"A move where you toss multiple Ki Blasts in succession. Time the button presses to fire in succession rapidly!"
First, Broly bends over slightly and charges an Eraser Cannon in his right hand. Then, he fires the attack and follows up by firing a barrage of Eraser Cannons from both hands at the opponent, inflicting a huge amount of damage.
Broly uses this attack against Gohan, causing many explosions that destroy the forests of New Planet Vegeta. Later, Broly uses the attack against Super Saiyan Goku after blasting Gohan into a building and rendering him unconscious, Broly attacks Goku and Future Trunks, and knocks them into a building. Falling down to the ground, Goku sees his son Gohan hanging from the building he was blasted in and rushes to save him. However, Broly intervenes and attacks Goku with the Eraser Shot Volley, though Goku braces for impact against the attack. However, as soon as Goku lets his guard down, Broly blasts him away up into a building with another Eraser Cannon.
Appearances in gamesEdit
Eraser Shot Volley was named in the Raging Blast series, where it is one of Broly's super attacks in his base, Super Saiyan, and Legendary Super Saiyan forms. It also appears as Super Saiyan Broly's Blast Spark in Battle of Z.
In Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, it appears under the name Blaster Shell and one of Broly's Super Skills. It can also be obtained by the Future Warrior as a reward in Parallel Quest 54: "Saiyan Warriors".
"Fires a Ki Blast. Tapping the button repeatedly will increase the firing speed."
— Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Tutorial description