|Kami and Demon King United|
|'Namekians' Category Ki +4 and HP, ATK & DEF +170%; or 'Worthy Rivals' Category Ki +3 and HP, ATK & DEF +150%|
If players lack the previously suggested guests, Battle as a Namekian - Piccolo also leads the Namekian category, albeit with considerably smaller Buffs.
Even though rotations are decided by RNG, Players will want Piccolo, Nail, Demon King Piccolo, and Lord Slug on their main rotation. Kami and Saonel & Pirina should be the Team’s floaters.
Base form Piccolo is an incredible asset thanks to his ability to foresee Enemy Super ATKs and stack DEF. Piccolo shines in this Namekian Team because players can easily use his Active Skill to turn Piccolo from a tank to a heavy hitter. Piccolo is a straightforward Card that will hold his own in most fights.
Nail is incredible thanks to Piccolo being on the Team, gaining a 200% ATK & DEF Buff, reduces Damage received the lower player HP and stacks ATK & DEF. In Short, Nail is the second most powerful Namekian on this Team.
Demon King Piccolo is a terrifying sight for the first 5 turns of battle, but even after his 200% ATK Buff runs out, it gets converted into a 120% ATK Buff which is still considerably high. This Card provides itself with Ki, making up for some lackluster Link Skills.
Lord Slug hits hard, tanks hits, and Debuffs Enemy DEF, so what more can you ask for? Lord Slug’s Giant Form can be a bit of a gamble, but when it does activate it can help with tanking Damage and getting some free hits.
Kami’s role is a support Card thanks to his Passive Skill, and ability to significantly lower Enemy DEF with his Super ATK. Kami’s ATK & DEF are not the greatest, so keep an eye on him on tougher fights.
Saonel & Pirina are a F2P Card but due to their Buffs from Namekian Allies, they can perform considerably well on this Team. Truth be told they get a spot on this Team considering Dokkan’s unfortunate choice to make nearly every Piccolo Card have the same name, making Team composition for the Namekian category rather restrictive.
Post-EZA this Piccolo is quite an impressive F2P Card that would make an incredible addition to the Namekians Team. However, good luck trying to run this Piccolo with the Dokkan Fest Piccolo because they both share the same name.
This Piccolo Card is an amazing support Card thanks to his incredible DEF Buff, and when his EZA arrives in Global this will be kicked up a notch. Unfortunately, players would need to run Nail as the Team leader in order to swap out the Dokkan Fest Piccolo for this Card.
While not the heaviest hitter, if players lack other Piccolo Cards this one can hit considerably well with his AOE Super ATK. Moreover, this Card has a 25% chance to stun Enemies, and is best suited in fights against 2 or more Enemies.
Piccolo Jr. fills a role similar to Lord Slug thanks to his Giant Form, but this Card operates more as a Debuffer and Stunner thanks to his Passive Skill.
The Namekians category is limited at the moment, with its biggest hindrance being the majority of Piccolo Cards sharing the same name. If players have the core Team listed above, they can tackle a majority of Dokkan Events thanks to the Nail and Piccolo’s stacking ability. Can this Team take on something as challenging as the Fighting Legend: Goku Event? Sort of, it is not impossible but it takes some serious luck and item management considering the Team composition.
While the Namekians Team may not be the best Dokkan Team, they should not be slept on and hopefully grow as a category with future updates.