"Shish Kebab anyone? Ha ha ha ha ha ha. Personally, I prefer mine well done."
First, Guldo curls his fingers and powers up. Then, he fires a white-clear beam that paralyzes the opponent by surrounding them with a purple cloud-like aura. Guldo then summons a tree trunk skewer, and he launches it at the opponent with his telekinesis to inflict a high amount of damage.
Guldo uses this attack in an attempt to kill Gohan and Krillin during their battle on planet Namek. However, at the last second, Vegeta intervenes, severs Guldo's head, and then blasts it with an energy wave, killing Guldo and ending the "Guldo Special" technique just before it impaled Gohan and Krillin.
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, the user creates a pillar made of ice which is used instead of a sharpened tree trunk. This ice pillar has the added effect of freezing the opponent.
Appearances in games
This attack is named Tree Lift in Dragon Ball Z: The Legend. It was named "Guldo Special" in the Budokai Tenkaichi series and the Raging Blast games, where it is Guldo's Ultimate Blast. This technique is named Psycho Javelin in Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z and Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle as Guldo's Super Attack.
"Seal your enemy's movements with Psychokinesis and attack with a strong ice pillar!"
— Dragon Ball Xenoverse in-game description
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, it appears under the name Paralysis and is Guldo's Ultimate Skill. It can also be obtained by the Future Warrior in Parallel Quest 11: "Force Entrance Exam". Instead of a wooden stake used in most depictions of the technique, in Xenoverse the user attacks with an ice pillar that freezes the opponent it hits.
In the Xenoverse series, Guldo also uses a weaker version of the technique as his grab throw, though in this case Time Control is used to freeze the opponent instead of telekinesis and a chuck of ice is thrown instead of an ice pillar.