This attack is used while Gohan is training with Goten for the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament. Gohan asks Goten to throw rocks at him, so he will avoid them in order to train. Goten does so and starts throwing rocks at Gohan hitting the mountain behind and making them come out on the other side. It is proven to be harder to avoid the rocks than Gohan thought, so he tells Goten to move back.
Appearances in games
Here We Go! is one of Goten's Super Attacks available in both his base and Super Saiyan forms in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast and Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2. Goten changes what he says when he uses it in the game, with "Ready set!" and "Go!" It is Goten's ultimate attack in Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butōden. It appears under the name Slingshot in Battle of Z.
In Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, it appears under the name Stone Bullet and is one of Goten's Super Skills. This move is also used by Mr. Satan though it is used in place of basic ki blasts due to his inability to use ki. Jaco also uses this move in place of basic ki blasts as well. The Future Warrior can also obtain this skill as a reward in Parallel Quest: 32 "Super Saiyan Bargain Sale".
- Prior to Goten's usage, Master Roshi, Krillin, Goku and King Piccolo used similar techniques in Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z. Master Roshi utilizes it while training Goku and Krillin when he throws a rock marked with a symbol 30 yards into Jungle, with Roshi once hitting the latter on the head with a fake rock when the boy tried to trick Roshi into accepting it. Krillin then uses it himself to trick Goku into getting the fake stone while he made off with the real stone. Goku utilizes a rock throw on Ninja Murasaki and King Piccolo utilizes a rock throw on Goku during their fight at King Castle. During the ten day wait for the Cell Games, Krillin throws a rock on Goku while they and Gohan are relaxing near a lake, expecting Goku to catch the rock before impact, but it only resulted in Goku getting hit and becoming very angry at Krillin.
- In various videogames, Mr. Satan will throw rocks due to his inability to use Ki Blasts. Mr. Satan's rock throw in Xenoverse is powerful enough that it leaves behind a small crater if it hits the scenery.
- In Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, Jaco will also throw rocks instead of ki blasts.