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Krillin charges a first Destructo Disc, and then he throws in rapid succession a series of discs which have the ability to cut the opponent apart. Another variation of the move sees Krillin throwing a single Destructo Disc that splits into numerous smaller discs that attack the opponent from all directions.
Krillin uses this attack against Frieza in his second form. After successfully cutting Frieza's tail with a single Destructo Disc, Krillin tries the Chain Destructo Disc, but Frieza dodges at the last second. Krillin then proceeds to try the second variation of the Chain Destructo Disc against the tyrant, but only succeeds in stalling Frieza briefly.
Appearances in games
Chain Destructo Disc was named in Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team. It appeared under the name "Destructo Disc" in the English versions of the first three games of the Budokai Tenkaichi series, while it is called Kienretsuzan (the Japanese name of "Chain Destructo Disc") in the Japanese versions. Kienretsuzan is also the name of this technique in the Butōden series.
It is named Continuous Destructo Disc (連続気円斬, Renzoku Kienzan) in Dragon Ball Z: Legend of the Super Saiyan and Dragon Ball Z: Goku Hishōden, Fierce Destructo Disc in the Budokai series, Super Destructo-Disc in Super Dragon Ball Z, Rapid-Fire Destructo Discs (気円斬連射) in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors and Dragon Ball Heroes, and Chain Destructo-disc Barrage in Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans. It is referred to as Multiple Kienzan when used by Krillin in Dragon Ball: Tap Battle.
It is called Consecutive Discs in the computer game Dragon Ball Online, where it appears as a spiritual attack of the Turtle Hermit skill tree, learned at level 48. This a rapid-fire technique leaves the target stunned. Furthermore, it deals 50% of its dealt damage when performed behind the target and has area-of-effect properties.
In Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, it is appears as one of Krillin's Ultimate Skills and can be obtained by the Future Warrior as a reward in Parallel Quest 16: "Super Saiyan Legend". It also appears in a moveset used by the non-playable Tuffle Trunks in the GT Pack 1 DLC.
In Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden, it appears under the name Multi Destructo-Disc and is Krillin's Ground Ultimate Combo.