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After the release of a certain book, Groundbreaking Science, which informed Earth's general populous of advanced martial arts and ki control, Humans took great interest in fighting. Years prior, Tien learned of Goku's triumph over Kid Buu through launching a powerful Spirit Bomb and concluded that even the strongest enemy could be defeated with a powerful enough spiritual attack. With his newfound belief, Tien opens the New Crane School to educate Goat City's new generation of warriors.
Fighting style and techniques
The most powerful techniques of this school require the sacrifice of health to produce powerful energy attacks with area-of-effect capability. This is similar to the series of self-sacrificial energy techniques used by Tien and Emperor Chiaotzu in Dragon Ball Z.
Techniques of the New Crane School are seen through the Spiritualist's Crane Hermit skill tree, and include Dodon Ray, a more powerful, rapid-fire variation Dodon Barrage, and the wide-ranged Tri-Beam Cannon. The New Crane School teaches the two most powerful attacks of the game, Tri-Beam (Kikōhō) and Self Destruction (Jibaku), which use large amounts of power. This makes Crane Spiritualists the greatest DPS, but also one of the most kamikaze class and healer dependent.
Crane Hermits are also designated with a fan weapon that grants them access to powerful long-ranged wind attacks, which may be a reference to the Bansho Fan. These techniques include Crane Cyclone, Fan Out and the more powerful Master Fan Out and Mystical Crane Typhoon.