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This article is about the technique used by Goku. For the decision-making process, see Rock-paper-scissors.
Rock, Scissors 'N' Paper (Jan Ken) is Goku's special attack in early Dragon Ball, but is soon replaced by the Kamehameha. In Japanese material, its user shouts "Jan Ken", then a name corresponding to the attack. "Gu", equals rock and will be a strong punch. "Chyoki", equals scissors and will be a poke in the eyes. "Pa", equals paper and will be an open palm strike. In the English dub of Dragon Ball, the scissor part was cut. Goku first uses this move against the Bear Thief that wanted to eat Master Roshi's friend, Turtle, and continues to use it up to his first fight with General Blue.de:Schere-Stein-Papier


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