"It's simple. You want to wish for the things you obviously don't have...good taste, clothes that fit, a little height."
Haze Shenron, known as Liang Xing Long (二星龍 Ryan Shinron, lit. "Two-Star Dragon") in the Japanese version, is the Two-Star Dragon and represents the element of pollution or toxicity.
Dragon Ball GT
Shadow Dragon Saga
Main article: Shadow Dragon Saga
"I wasn't born yesterday! Actually, I was born today, but I still know why you want the Dragon Balls!"
Although he seems to have tremendous durability, Haze Shenron is physically one of the weakest of the Shadow Dragons; he felt a great amount of pain when a single brick fell on his foot, and Pan was able to completely dominate him by herself. However, his elemental abilities are his trump card; the pollution he generates slowly weakens normal beings, so while he remains relatively weak when it comes to scouter readings, his opponents gradually weaken until he is able to overpower them. However, his pollution has no effect on non-organic beings, such as the Machine Mutant Giru.
After his pollution brings Goku and Pan to manageable levels of power, Haze Shenron beats up the heroes and throws them into a polluted lake. Unfortunately for him, Giru drags them both to a fresh water geyser, which Goku and Pan blow up to clear the lake of Haze's pollution. With his only advantage gone, the Two-Star Dragon is destroyed when Goku and Pan combine Kamehamehas to blast him into the water.
Haze is the weakest among the Shadow Dragons (at least according to Rage Shenron). He is shown injured by a brick falling onto his foot and is easily knocked around by Pan. He is only proficient in battle after his element of toxicity/pollution has taken its toll on his enemies, and even then with their ki completely drained he still takes time to finish them off. His frailness makes him more a comic relief than an actual foe. Overall, his endurance more than his raw power is what prevents to be taken lightly by his opponents and by the time they discover his strategy it might be already too late to defeat him. In the Japanese version, Goku also states that he's very weak.
In his base form Haze Shenron is no match for Froze, however when he is transformed into Super Haze Shenron by Oceanus Shenron he is able to overwhelm Froze for a brief time before he is destroyed by Froze's Spirit Excalibur and Death Psycho Bomb combo.
Techniques and Special Abilities
- Flight – The ability to fly with the use of ki.
- Pollution – The ability to pollute an area, which slowly weakens the energy of people until they are powerless. In the 18th Dragon Ball Heroes promotional movie, he spreads the Poison from his mouth.
- Strength Drain – Haze Shenron's pollution slowly drains the energy of beings who are inside it. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
- High Endurance – Despite his low power, Haze Shenron has very high endurance, likely so that he can survive against his foes until his pollution takes effect.
- Tail Attack – Haze Shenron attacks with his tail. Haze used this attack several times during his fight with Pan and Goku.
- Haze Shenron Dragon Great Vibration – Haze fires a rainbow Mouth Energy Wave. Named Dragon Large Vibration in the Dragon Ball Heroes, and called Rainbow Glistening Shot in Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
- Afterimage Technique/Rapid Movement – A technique that uses short bursts of extreme high speed movement, that moves faster than the opponent can sense. Haze Shenron's version is named Accelerated Escape in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
- Bear Block – A forearm block used against Pan. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
- Round Throw – A grapple throw used on Pan and Goku. He grabs the opponent, spins them around, and throws them or rolls them like a bowling ball. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
- Possession – Used in the spin-off manga Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission manga. First used to possess Rezok, and then used to possess Fasha (Mizore).
- Unnamed spike shooting technique – A technique used by Super Haze Shenron in Victory Mission, Haze Shenron twirls his spiked shoulder pads, launching many spikes at his opponent.
- Dark Dragon – Haze Shenron channels the power of Black Smoke Shenron and fires a huge wave of dark ki. This attack is a Card Action Ability for the Shadow Dragons in Dragon Ball Heroes.
Forms and Transformations
Super Haze Shenron
Main article: Super Shadow Dragon
Haze Shenron attains this form in the arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes, introduced in the eighth mission of the Jaaku Mission 8 series (JM8).
He also appears using this form in the Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission manga, after being forced out his host's body, Haze Shenron takes on a "Super" form thanks to Oceanus Shenron in order to face the Frieza's race Hero Froze himself.
Video Game Appearances
Haze Shenron makes his very first debut in a video-game and as a playable character in the arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes, since the second mission of the Jaaku Mission series (JM2).
- Japanese dub: Chafurin
- Italian dub: Pietro Ubaldi
- Brazilian Portuguese dub: Nestor Chiesse
- Dragon Ball GT
- Haze Shenron vs. Pan
- Haze Shenron vs. Goku and Pan
- Haze Shenron vs. Giru
- Haze Shenron vs. Goku and Pan
- Haze Shenron is one of the two Shadow Dragons (along with Oceanus Shenron) that Goku did not use his Super Saiyan 4 form against.
- Out of all the Shadow Dragons, Haze is the only one that closely resembles a dragon.
- Haze Shenron is formed around the two-star ball. Appropriately, this was the Dragon Ball that Bulma found lying around Capsule Corporation which led to the creation of the Dragon Radar and her hunt for the other six that started the entire series.
- Haze Shenron's Japanese name, Liang Xing Long, is grammatically incorrect in Chinese, as the Two-Star Dragon Ball is known as Er Xing Qiu (二星球 Arushinchū) in Japanese. While "liang" means "two" in Chinese, it is only used for counting and measuring things, and should not be used in the name of a proper noun.