Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Guide: Namekian Build

Check this guide out for help with building a Namekian character in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2!

Namekians in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 have a mix of nice bonuses that can make them tanky characters. They have high health, quick stamina recovery, and health regenerates when low. This is at the expense of low attack, but that doesn't mean they can't deal good damage.

I'm going to go over an example of how to build your character if you are a Namekian and why it is a good idea. You can check out my guide on Racial Bonuses to get a better idea of the bonuses Namekians get.

This guide will go over building Namekian characters in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 including:

  • Stat/Attribute Point Build - Examples of what to put points in.
  • QQ Bang - QQ Bangs that work well with Namekian builds.

Stat/Attribute Point Build

Namekians only have 1 gender, so the bonuses are always the same. In addition to regenerating health when low, refilling stamina quickly, and having high health, items are more effective for them.

Though the attack is lower, the other bonuses make up for it and they can still be good attackers. This leads to them being tanky by nature. More health and stamina means they can take more hits, vanish more, and use evasive skills more often.

The below build also takes into account the boost you get from the Guru's House that lets you raise stats to 125. Check my Conton City guide if you don't know how to do that.

The max level is 80 and you get 332 attribute points to put in.


  • Health - 38
  • Ki - 42
  • Stamina - 42
  • Basic Attacks - 85
  • Strike Supers - 0 or 125
  • Ki Blast Supers - 0 or 125

The health can still be raised some, even though they have high health. It is an awkward number because of how the other stats end up.

Ki and Stamina are 42 because you will get an extra bar of Ki or Stamina for every 42 points. You will naturally get Ki and Stamina from leveling and gear/QQ Bangs.

Basic Attacks are lowered since Namekians have low attack, but still raised to a decent amount so you can deal some damage.

The final section is where things can be flexible. I use max Ki blast because I wanted to focus on most of my damage coming from Ki Blast attacks. You could do Strike Supers instead if you wish, but only raise 1 and put 0 points in the other.

You can also lower your Super and put them in Health, Stamina or Ki for an even tankier build.

QQ Bang

dragon ball xenoverse 2 qq bang

The main thing you want is something that does not lower Ki. You also don't want Health and Stamina lowered too much, but it can be lowered some since you get bonuses to it already

Basic Attack can also be lowered, unless you want to max out that stat. If you are going for a Supers based build, get one that raises your desired super.

Below is an example of a decent Level 3 QQ Bang to use.

  • Health -2
  • Ki +4
  • Stamina -2
  • Basic Attack +1
  • Strike Super -3
  • Ki Blast Super +4

This is for those that want to use a Ki Blast build. It is fine to lower Stamina sine they recover quickly, and the health isn't lowered much in this QQ Bang for it to make a huge difference.

Basic attacks are only 1, but that is better than going negative, especially if you only want to use them to build up KI. 

Lowering Strike Super by that much is great since you won't use them. Ki and Ki Blast are raised a lot, which is perfect for the Ki Blast build.

That's all for my Namekian build guide for Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. Let me know if you have any questions or builds of your own!

Guide Editor

After gaming for 25 years, Synzer leveraged his vast knowledge of RPGs and MMOs into a job as a games journalist, covering the games he loves. Five years later, he's still writing about Kingdom Hearts, Pokemon, and Knights of the Old Republic. Synzer has a bachelor's degree in English and creative writing. You can see him in action on his YouTube channel (https://bit.ly/2F97BrR) and Twitch (https://www.twitch.tv/synzergaming).

Published Nov. 9th 2016

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