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Broly is a powerful Legendary Super Saiyan. He was born on the same day as Goku and hates the Dragon Ball hero for his annoying crying. In DBFZ, Broly is a great zoner and grappler. He is effective in dealing damage but requires resources and might be relatively slow.Know more

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The chart shows this character's most frequent matchups, and also the most favorable ones based on win rate.

Broly matchup chart

Win rate

CharacterWin rateTotal usage
Android 2157 %30
Vegeta52 %21
Super Saiyan Blue Vegito47 %19
Ultra Instinct Goku61 %18
Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta54 %13
Beerus54 %13
Kefla46 %13
Kid Buu80 %10
Android 1833 %9
SS4 Gogeta33 %9

Broly matchups

Matchups based on at least on 50 games.

Most played vs:

Android 21
Android 21


17-13 (57%)

Best vs:

Adult Gohan
Adult Gohan


3-0 (100%)

Worst vs:

Goku Black
Goku Black


0-2 (0%)

top Broly mains

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Character abilities

  • Power: 10

  • Speed: 3

  • Range: 10

  • Technique: 6

  • Energy: 8

  • Accessibility: 8


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Every thousand years, an immensely powerful being enters this Universe. They are  Legendary Super Saiyans, much stronger warriors than any other man of their race. Broly is one of such guys, the latest Legendary Super Saiyan in the world of Dragon Ball.

His breathtaking might was noticed right after the birth. Baby Broly had a power level of 10,000, which is close to the life-long achievements of other “regular” Saiyans, such as Bardock. Seeing this, King Vegeta decided to kill the boy — who needs this threat? The attempts of Paragus, Broly’s father, to persuade the king that the Legendary Super Saiyan might be helpful for the throne were pointless. King Vegeta decided to execute the father as well.

Broly was stabbed in the heart. Everyone thought the boy would inevitably die alongside Paragus, but then Frieza attacked Planet Vegeta and destroyed it. He did that for the same reason — to get rid of this potential enemy. Broly, who was alive even with that horrific injury, managed to protect himself and the father.

Quite soon, Paragus realized that King Vegeta wasn’t that wrong about Broly. The guy has two personalities. One is calm and pretty peaceful. But the other is more like all the other Saiyans: violent, with addiction to destructive fights. The bigger Broly grows, the more obvious his “evil” nature becomes. It reached the point when Paragus decided to try and mind control his son with a special device. This plan was successful, and Broly was turned into a kind of weapon in his father’s hands — for revenge on King Vegeta.

Still, Broly has an act of personal revenge — on Goku. Reasons for this are pretty weird, but they are substantial enough to trigger the final transformation of Broly into Legendary Super Saiyan. When these two were babies, Goku annoyed Broly by constantly crying in his incubator (they were born on the same day). Once they met around 30 years later, Broly’s internal hatred burst out, and he proved to be much stronger than Goku, Gohan, Goten, and Trunks together. Only their joint efforts and a critical blow by Goku helped the anime heroes get rid of Broly.

As the main antagonist, this character is present in three films of Dragon Ball Z: Broly Triple Threat (or Broly Saga). In Dragon Ball FighterZ, Broly is not part of the main story  — he was added to the roster with the first FighterZ Pass.

Playstyle of Broly in DBFZ

Broly is good as a zoner, thanks to his impressive projectiles. His ki blast is arguably the best in the game. In close-range fights, this character is even stronger. His neutrals deal big damage. He has effective tools for pressuring opponents and keeping them in a corner. Armor and mix-up options make Brolly a terrifying opponent.

His big body and somewhat slow moves affect the fighting style of Broly. He is especially sensitive to whiff punishes. To play his game, Broly requires significant resources, but then he spends them very quickly.

Attacks and Moves for Broly in Dragon Ball FighterZ

8-Way directional Inputs:

  • 1 — Down Back
  • 2 — Down
  • 3 — Down Forward
  • 4 — Back
  • 5 — Standing
  • 6 — Forward
  • j — Jumps
  • 7 — Up Back
  • 8 — Up
  • 9 — Up Forward

6 Attack Notations:

  • L — Light
  • M — Medium
  • H — Heavy
  • S — Special
  • A1 — Z Assist 1
  • A2 — Z Assist 2 

DBFZ | Broly — Basic Attacks

  • 5L a very strong jab with a good range
  • 5LL a punch after making a step forward
  • 5LLL — an upward kick
  • 5M — a chest bump. It has a good range and armor, but the damage and speed could be better
  • 5H — a chargeable downward punch
  • 5S shoots of green energy, very effective projectiles
  • 2L — similar to 5L, a crouching punch
  • 2M a low kick
  • 2H — an upward kick, a very effective anti-air option
  • 6M overhead
  • j.L this punch is shorter than the others, and it’s directed upwards
  • j.M a slightly downward punch
  • j.H it hits opponents down
  • j.S the energy shoots are directed downwards
  • j.2H — a mighty stomp, it’s often used to end Broly’s combos

DBFZ | Broly — Special Moves

  • 236L/M/H — Lariat Express. Broly rushes forward and pushes the opponent into a corner. This move has armor starting from frame one. Only Super Attacks can stop Lariat Express. It is punishable on blocks.
  • 214L/M/H — Gigantic Claw. With this move, Broly shines as a grappler. 
  • j.214L/M/H — Gigantic Strike. It’s also a grab. Broly uses it against opponents in the air.
  • 236S — Eraser Blow. Broly uses an energy orb as a projectile.
  • 214S — Powered Shell. It’s a protective barrier.

DBFZ | Broly — Z Assists 

  • Assist A — Eraser Blow.
  • Assist B — Machine Gun Shot.
  • Assist C — Lariat Express.

DBFZ | Broly — Super Moves

  • 236L+M or 236H+S — Eraser Cannon. It’s a chargeable energy orb.
  • 214L+M or 214H+S — Gigantic Meteor. A shoot of an energy orb downward (if in the air) or after teleportation (if on the ground).

Key Information

First Manga Appearance: “Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission”; September 2012.

First Anime Appearance: Dragon Ball Heroes, Episode 29: "Push Forward to the Battlefield! Dragon Ball Heroes"; November 15, 2020.

First Game Appearance: Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 2; December 17, 1993.

Dragon Ball FighterZ introduction: 2nd character of the first FighterZ Pass; March 28, 2018.

Availability: DLC

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