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Videl crouches down and summons a blue aura around her, then, she charges at the opponent and delivers a destructive punch to send them away, with the blue aura around her resembling a hawk's wings. It is also possible to charge the attack by holding the buttons down for a second, and then the aura will disappear for a moment, and electricity will appear in Videl's hands. After the second is over, every thing goes as normal, Videl charging the opponent, only inflicting much greater damage.
In Dragon Ball: Xenoverse it is performed differently. Instead of a punch, Videl delivers an charging elbow strike to the opponent, which she can then follow up with a Kiai-enhanced palm strike capable of knocking back the opponent.
Appearances in games
Hawk Arrow was named in the Budokai series, where it is one of Videl's super attacks. In Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World and Dragon Ball Heroes, Videl can also use it in her Great Saiyaman 2 uniform; the technique is called Justice Hawk (ジャスティスイーグル) in this case.
"A Charge attack with reach. Enter a command during the charge to unleash a palm strike!"
— Dragon Ball Xenoverse in-game description
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, it appears under the name Hawk Charge and is one of Videl's Super Skills. In the game, the user will deliver a charging elbow strike to the opponent, which can be followed up by a palm strike if another button input is made during the charge. It can also be learned by the Future Warrior during Videl & Gohan's training as the Warrior's Masters.
"Performs a charging attack. A shockwave follow-up will happen if an opponent is hit by the charge, or if the button is pressed again during the charge."
— Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Tutorial description