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A Namekian. Son of Piccolo Daimou. Originated in the anime and manga Dragon Ball. Formerly Goku's rival, he was forced to join forces with him when Raditz, a Saiyan from the planet, Vegeta, invaded Earth. Killing Goku and Raditz in one decisive blow, Raditz warned everyone that two Saiyans would appear on Earth in one year. Piccolo took Gohan, Goku's son, and trained him to become a strong warrior.

Through the series, Piccolo went from a bad guy to defeat Goku to a hero with a strong, unshakable will. He battled some of the major villains in Dragon Ball Z, including Frieza, Cell, and some of the movie villains as well.
Piccolo is capable of strong abilities such as the Special Beam Cannon and the Hellzon Grenade. In addition to his strong fighting ability, he also has the ability to regenerate any limbs he loses in battle.
by Durango January 31, 2007

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In video games, it's when you collect a bunch of a certain item in order to power yourself up.
Orb farming in Devil May Cry 3.
Soul farming in Castlevania: Aria/Dawn of Sorrow.
by Durango December 30, 2005

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The awesome catchphrase used by Quinton Flynn playing his role as Axel in the video game Kingdom Hearts II.
Got it memorized?
by Durango September 20, 2006

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Metal Gear Online, the Online feature for Metal Gear Solid 3: Subsistence.
Wanna play Deathmatch, Team Deathmatch, Rescure, Sneaking, or Capture in MGO?
by Durango June 02, 2006

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In Dragonball Z, it's the power boost a Saiyan gets whenever he recovers from a mortal wound after losing a fight to an opponent.
Zarbon beat Vegeta to an inch of his life, but let him live. Vegeta, having lived the battle, got a zenkai and made a full recovery inside the healing tank of Frieza's ship. Zarbon was killed by Vegeta during their next encounter.
by Durango August 29, 2006

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Someone who wants no change to their favorite video game series. They are the reason why some series become stagnant with no new ideas because fanboys whine about them, so when the new games come out, they can complain about how similar it is to predecessor and thrive on old games. They contribute absolutely nothing to the future of video games.

While it's true that great games should never change their formula to the point that it alienates their fans, purists take it too far and seem to be against any good new ideas that may affect their series in one way or the other.
Purists will whine about any new change that comes their way. Whether it was multiplayer in Metroid Prime 2: Echoes, third party characters in Super Smash Bros. Brawl, or any idea not mentioned by the creators for The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess, a purist will continue to whine that their series must stay the same until we all die.
by Durango January 09, 2007

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That is how you do the fusion dance.
Goten and Trunks did a fusion to become Gotenks and kicked the crap out of Majin Buu.

Related, Goku and Vegeta did the Fusion dance to become Gogeta to defeat Janemba and battle Omega Shenron.
by Durango June 26, 2006

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