This same attack is used on Super Saiyan 4 Goku by Omega Shenron, except it is shot down from the sky as a lightning bolt which sends the air-born Goku crashing down like a lightning bolt, but still not affecting him very much.
Omega Shenron also uses this attack in a painful variation on Vegeta, where he extends his spikes long enough to stab Vegeta right through his left shoulder and electrocutes him, nearly killing him.
Video Game Appearances
In Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 and Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World, this attack is simply Omega Shenron calling down thunder from the sky just like the first time he used it on Super Saiyan 4 Goku, but he will also be able to store the energy in his body. He can wait to use it later, then calling the thunder down on the opponent.
Omega Shenron's second version of the technique is used as his Rush Attack in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2, Budokai Tenkaichi 3, and Ultimate Tenkaichi. However, unlike in the series, the spikes impale the opponent on more than just one shoulder.
In Ultimate Tenkaichi, Ultimate Shenron uses the first version of the technique during a boss fight in the Hero Mode.
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, it appears as one of Omega Shenron's Super Skills. Due to Omega Shenron's spikes being used as part of the technique, it is among the few techniques in the game that can not be learned, nor obtained by the Future Warrior. Also due to the way the technique is performed, it is somewhat of a difficult move to hit an opponent with.
- In the English Dub of Dragon Ball GT, this attack is called "Dragon Thunderclap" when used by Rage Shenron and the first time by Omega Shenron. The other time Omega Shenron uses this technique, he says only "Dragon Thunder" and adds the impaling of his victim.