How to Get Ginyu Force Relic in Project Baki 3

Want to pose like the Ginyu Force in Project Baki 3? Well, now you can by acquiring the Ginyu Force Relic! Use our guide to find out how to get it.
Project Baki Ginyu Force Pose
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Project Baki 3, the popular Roblox experience, has an exciting feature for Dragon Ball Z fans – the Ginyu Force Relic. For those who want to wield the might of the elite group of mercenaries, Captain Ginyu, Jeice, Burter, Recoome, and Guldo, you can do just that, and here’s how to do so.

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Project Baki 3 Ginyu Force Relic Guide

Players can acquire the Ginyu Force Relic by defeating the Jiren boss at the Cell Games Arena in Project Baki 3. However, obtaining it is not a straightforward matter, as it has a 10% chance of dropping after the boss battle. You’ll know when you have received the Ginyu Force Relic as a message pops up saying, “GINYU FORCE RULES!.”

What Does the Ginyu Force Relic Do in Project Baki 3?

This relic grants the user the standard issue V-neck battle armor, a trademark of the mighty mercenaries in Frieza Force. It also enables using Ginyu Force as a Sub Ability on ANY Style. Upon activation, the user strikes a pose, summoning their comrades, the rest of the Ginyu Force, who appear behind them and pose as well. This empowerment lasts for 38 seconds and provides a substantial increase in speed, a 1.2x boost in durability, and a 1.5x increase in damage on ANY Style. It’s important to note that this powerful mode has a cooldown period of 70 seconds.

Excitingly, thanks to Goku Day, the homage to Dragon Ball Z in Project Baki 3 now allows players to experience the strength and camaraderie of the Ginyu Force through this remarkable relic. So, gear up, defeat Jiren, and harness the incredible power of the Ginyu Force in Project Baki 3!

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter

Mark Carpenter is the Managing Editor at Try Hard Guides, and main guide writer. With over five years of experience in games media, including almost three years as an Assigning Editor for Pro Game Guides, and before that a Staff Writer.

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Mark's future goals are to grow the Try Hard Guides network as much as possible while helping gamers everywhere with gaming guide content. When not immersed in gaming, Mark enjoys delving into the worlds of D&D (Dungeons & Dragons), strumming his guitar, and indulging in a good read. His heart belongs to RPGs, the Final Fantasy series, and The Legend of Zelda. Moreover, he has a keen affection for dogs.


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