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Stripping (剥ぎ取ること) is a technique where the user removes their clothes in order to seduce the opponent to reach their goals. The person may get naked if she wants to increase the effect.
The technique was used two times in Dragon Ball. In the first time, it was used by Bulma to get a Dragon Ball from Goku, but the attack did not work due to Goku's naive nature. It was also used by Ranfan, who tried to seduce Nam so she could win the match. In the U.S. broadcast edit version, the stripping was excluded. Instead, the scene of one of Nam's failed attacks is shown followed by her twitching foot to show she was knocked out. This is strangely not edited in recaps, which clearly show her in her underwear.
Strengths & Weaknesses
The technique is quite effective when used upon modest males like Nam and most heterosexual men.
The technique can easily fail if the target fails to be seduced by the user due to the target's age and/or lack of lustful desires like Goku. Nam also overcame it by simply closing his eyes and relying on his other senses to attack. It also would likely fail if used by a woman against any heterosexual female or homosexual men, as they would not be seduced, though it may cause them to become disgusted (similar to General Blue's reaction to Bulma's Irome). It could also backfire if preformed on a lecherous male like Master Roshi who while disguised as Jackie Chun admitted he would enjoy it if Ranfan had used it on him. Roshi later took advantage of scantily clad Ranfan, groping her after she was knocked unconscious by Nam.