How to Get Broly AUT - A Universal Time

The question of how to get Broly in AUT – A Universal Time has been popping up quite a bit lately, and understandably so. After all, it’s basically a new character that you can unlock, so of course everyone wants to get him as soon as possible. If you’re a fan of Dragon Ball, you know how incredibly powerful the character is. So, in this guide, we’ll show you how to unlock Broly in AUT.

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How to Get Broly AUT – A Universal Time

How to Get Broly in AUT – A Universal Time

To get Broly in AUT – A Universal Time, the first step is to gather all seven Dragon Balls. They spawn somewhere on the map, at random, every thirty minutes or so. They also have a 1% chance of dropping from chests, so that’s not exactly the most reliable method. The easiest way to find Dragon Balls is to use the King Crimson stand, which allows you to see all the items currently spawned on the map. Since the items are bright orange, they’re relatively easy to spot.

Once you ave seven Dragon Balls, go and talk to Goku. He’s standing under a tree on the mountain above the soccer field, as shown in the image above. You can’t get up there without a stand like Shadow Dio and Gold Experience. Give Goku the items, and he’ll give you a quest. It’s a bunch of busywork, but you have to do it. To get Broly in AUT – A Universal Time, you’ll need to get 1,000 U-Coins, inflict 100 damage, block 100 damage, take 100 damage, and kill Dio once.

Most of these are pretty easy to complete, even if they do take some time to grind. Really, the only potential true challenge is defeating Dio. He’s the blond-haired yellow-glowing NPC that spawns in the Forest every so often. Anyway, once you complete all the steps, go back and talk to Goku. This will make the dragon Shenron appear, and you get to ask for a wish. In the multiple-option choice, select “Primal Power.”

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