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This is a list of notable techniques used by Frieza which have appeared in the Dragon Ball manga, the anime series Dragon Ball Z, Dragon Ball GT, and Dragon Ball Super, and various video games spun off by the Dragon Ball series.

Physical and Natural Abilities

Thanks to being a mutant prodigy of the strongest race in space, Frieza possess incredible natural abilities.

  • Superhuman Strength: Frieza possess the capability to match the likes of Goku in physical strength and easily shatter plateaus, break the ground with kicks and punches and cause shockwaves. After his four months of training he produce shockwaves that could shatter cliffs while punching at cloud level and make a shockwaves that caused the ground to break shatter and break apart, he was able to make a larger crater, and cause several massive shockwaves that broke the clouds.
  • Superhuman Durability: Even without ki, whilst cut in half and with half his face blasted off, Frieza was capable of surviving the destruction of a planet. After training he could withstand a massive kamehameha and his own death ball exploding right next to him.
  • Superhuman Speed: Despite this ability not quite like Instant Transmission, Frieza can move so fast that he appears as if he's teleporting, even to characters like Goku, Vegeta and even King Kai, who can track faster than light vehicles, and in one scene Frieza runs on water and creates several sonic booms. After training, he could easily more faster than Gohan as a Super Saiyan could track with his first form and keep up with Goku in his fourth form.
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Frieza tries to put himself back together

  • Survivability: Frieza has the ability to survive anywhere, in any condition without sustenance, even the most horrifying injuries, a trait which was passed onto Cell. This is shown when he manages to survive being blasted into Namek's core and then the planet exploding with him inside it, he still survives even with his lower body sliced off and half of his head blown off, while floating in the vacuum of space. His most impressive feat in this area being how he managed to stay alive and conscious even when sliced into small pieces by Future Trunks. Even when in pieces, Frieza was still able to attempt to put himself back together via telekinesis - though he fell apart very quickly.
    • Oxygen Independence: Frieza can breathe without atmospheric air, enabling him to survive in space, which is why he is not afraid to attack a planet with the Death Ball, Supernova, or Earth Breaker.
  • Bio Suit creation: Frieza's race possess the natural ability to grow natural armor that they can shed at any time. In his true form, Frieza always wears the Z Fighting Suit. It is implied that Frieza can control the color of his Bio Suit in his Ultimate Evolution as he claims he made it gold so it would be easy to understand how strong he had become to his enemies.
  • Superhuman senses: Frieza seems to have enhanced senses even without ki. As he hear of Ultra-instinct from the stands, despite being in the arena during the Tournament of Power. Something of which only Kefla (who enhanced senses are doubled from fusion), Pirina and Saonel (both of whom are namekians thus have incredible hearing) seem to be able to accomplish. He's also shown enhanced sight during the Namek saga, as he witnessed Dende heal Piccolo despite being far away.

Techniques used in the manga and anime

  • Flight – The ability of flight through the manipulation of ki.
  • Ki Blast – The most basic form of energy wave.
  • Ki Transfer - The ability to transfer a portion of one's ki to someone else, used in the Universal Survival Arc when Frieza did this to Goku, in a twist of fate seeing as Goku did this towards Frieza on Namek
  • Eye Laser – Precise laser-like beam shot from the eyes. Mild potency, but fast and able to nullify lesser attacks and small projectiles, as well as destroy weaker opponents and obstacles. It is used by Frieza against King Vegeta's Elite Saiyan army who would try to save Prince Vegeta from Frieza (just after he killed King Vegeta with one blow and shortly before he destroyed Planet Vegeta), to enter the hut of the Namekian Grand Elder Guru while seeking the Dragon Balls, and in battle with Goku while fighting in final form.
  • Invisible Eye Blast – An invisible ki blast shot from the eyes. Used against Goku, who counters and cancels it out with the same technique.

Frieza using Eye Lasers to destroy Guru's house

  • Death Beam – Also known as Frieza Beam, this is Frieza's favored killing technique. He extends one arm and fires a small, bullet-like beam of ki from his index finger. It is able to be fired very quickly while maintaining precise aim. It can vary from either an explosion or piercing attack; killing Dende and Vegeta, respectively in this fashion, and also heavily wounds Piccolo, as well as Gohan in Dragon Ball Super when he tortures him in order to get Goku to arrive. Called Death Beam in the U.S. releases of recent Dragon Ball Z video games. His third form uses a variant of this attack called Crazy Finger Beam, where he fires continuous Death Beams all at once; this attack is used on Piccolo during the Frieza Saga.
    • Death Bullet – A single small burst of energy that is usually used as part of the Crazy Finger Beam technique. Named in Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit.
      • Full Power Death Bullet – A powerful finger blast shot from the index finger. Named in the video game Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, where it is used by Frieza in his third form.
      • Finger Beam – Two beams shot at the same time from the index fingers on each hand. Named in the Raging Blast games and Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, where it is used by Frieza in his third form.
      • Crazy Finger Beam – An incredibly fast burst which explodes at a location Frieza points to. He uses this ability many times in rapid succession after transforming into this third form to quickly attack Piccolo.
    • Barrage Death Beam – A rapid-fire version of the Death Beam.
      • Death Counter – A technique where Golden Frieza fires an incredibly fast long-range Death Beam. The attack fires like a gatling gun. Named in Zenkai Battle Royale.
    • Death Laser – An alternate version of the Death Beam used by Frieza in the anime only.
    • Golden Death Beam – The most powerful version of the Death Beam, used by Golden Frieza during his battle with Goku in Dragon Ball Super.
      • Emperor's Death Beam – The most powerful version of the Barrage Death Beam, used by Golden Frieza against Super Saiyan Blue Goku. Named in Dragon Ball Xenoverse.
      • Great Death Beam – Death Beams fired from each finger that home in on targets, pierce through them and continue locking on to other targets. It is Angel Golden Frieza's super attack in Dragon Ball Heroes.
  • Death Comet – A technique used by Frieza during Namek Saga. When Frieza is unable to control his anger at the fact that Vegeta stole his Dragon Balls, he starts firing massive spheres of energy that demolish the Namekian countryside.
  • Whirlwind Blow – Frieza uses this attack against three Namekians by lightly blowing, which produces strong winds that forms a tornado. Since he is shown to only use this once and in his weakest form, it may hint Frieza only uses this attack on feeble opponents.
  • Force Positioning – Frieza stands perfect still and focuses on defense. Used in first form against both Nail and Vegeta. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
  • Punishing Rush – This is a rush attack used by Frieza in the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series. Part of this attack is used in Frieza's fight with Nail in the Frieza Saga. Frieza uses a technique very similar, called Meteor Crash, in the Budokai video game series (not to be confused with Goku's Meteor Crash).
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Frieza charging a Death Beam

  • Death Ball – Frieza creates a spark of ki lights on the index finger and, once enough energy is gathered, this spark may grow to the size of a small moon. When ready, this Death Ball is thrown towards the target. Typically, this attack is used to destroy planets or as a last-ditch effort to kill an opponent.
    • Fingertip Ball – A small energy sphere used to threaten Moori. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
    • Supernova – A more powerful version of the Death Ball used by both Frieza and his brother Cooler. Used by Frieza when he destroyed Planet Vegeta and the second time against Future Trunks. The name of the technique comes from the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series, and Frieza has a variant of it called Countdown to the Destruction in the Dragon Ball Collectible Card Game.
    • Destroy The Planet! – A variation of the Death Ball that Frieza uses in an attempt to destroy Planet Namek following Goku's transformation to Super Saiyan. However, he held back too much power, resulting in the planet being nearly destroyed. Named in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3.
    • 100% Death Ball – An enormous pink energy sphere covered with electricity which is thrown at Goku while he is underwater during their battle on Namek. Though Goku is able to punch it into space, it still hits another planet, destroying it faster than any other planet destroyed by Frieza in the series. This attack was never used in the manga.
    • Golden Death Ball – The more powerful version of the Death Ball, used by Frieza against Goku in Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection "F". Named in Dragon Ball Heroes.
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Frieza pummels Gohan

    • Dark Death Ball – A more powerful version of the Death Ball used by Xeno Frieza (fused with Dark Dragon Ball).
  • Death Storm – A variation of the Exploding Wave used by 2nd Form Frieza. Its name comes from the Budokai Tenkaichi video games. Also used in Dragon Ball Z II: Gekishin Freeza and Dragon Ball Z: Legend of the Super Saiyan.
  • Death Fork – The first part of the HAIL Frieza rush. Frieza flies at the opponent, impales them with his horn, and then tosses them away. Named in Battle of Z.
  • It's Just Getting Exciting! – A rush attack used by 2nd form Frieza.
  • You Thought That Was It? – A counterattack used by 2nd form Frieza.
  • Punishing Counter – A counterattack used by third form Frieza.
  • Featherlight Touch – Frieza touches the opponent with minimal effort, killing weaker enemies. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
  • Transformation – This is Frieza's ability to morph himself from a weaker state to a more powerful one. These transformations were originally a containment of his true power, with his actual form being what's commonly referred to as "Final". In all, Frieza demonstrated three transformations and four altered states, overlooking his muscle enhancements at 50% and 100% power and his later cyborg augmentation. Frieza's transformation ability is named Super Makeover Nightmare on several Frieza cards in Dragon Ball Heroes.

Frieza using his telekinetic ability

  • Kiai – One of the techniques Frieza against Super Saiyan Goku. At 50% power, it was enough to stun Goku for several minutes. Also used in the Butōden series.
  • Telekinesis – Frieza has strong psychokinetic powers, allowing him to freely levitate objects, such as boulders and Dragon Balls so that he does not have to carry them himself. He can even lift or move large objects through the air and blow up objects as big as mountains with only his mind. Used in his fight with Goku in the manga/anime series, and called Psychokinesis in the Budokai Tenkaichi series, where he uses it in his first, final, and 100% Power forms.
    • Psycho Beam (サイコビーム) – One of Frieza psychokinetic techniques in Legend of the Super Saiyan.
    • Psycho Blast – Using his telekinesis, Frieza lifts and throws rocks at his opponent. Used against Goku.
    • Imprisonment Ball – A special attack used on Goku, where he captures his opponent in a ball of energy they cannot break out of. Frieza can manipulate this ball as much as he wants, but it explodes as soon as it touches any surface other than Frieza himself. It is called Psylock Smasher in Budokai Tenkaichi 2. Also, a similar attack is used in Budokai Tenkaichi 3, called I might die this time (perhaps due to that being any victim's thoughts), in which Frieza shoots some rocks at the opponent, and if it hits, uses the Imprisonment Ball, and throws the opponent to the ground.
    • Death Psycho Bomb – Frieza's version of one of Vegeta's deadly attacks, Dirty Fireworks. Frieza shoots a small energy sphere into the opponent, lifts them up with telekinesis, then detonates the opponent by clenching his fist. He uses this technique to kill Krillin.
  • Divination – Seemingly thanks to his psychic abilities, Frieza possess a small amount of premonition powers, as on Namek he can feel that a Saiyan is developing in power somewhere, despite being unable to sense ki, and so sends for the Ginyu Force.[1]

Frieza performing the Frieza Stance in Dragon Ball GT

  • Frieza Stance - A Fighting Pose often used by Frieza where he holds both arms and his hands out stretched. Original used by Frieza when he was powering up to 50% power during his fight with Goku. Named in Xenoverse.
  • Frieza Head Smash – Frieza flies at the enemy head first and smashes them with his head. Used during the battles on Namek, and named the Butōden series.
  • Powering Rage – A defensive technique used to block Goku's Kaio-ken x20 Kamehameha. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
  • Death Wave – A powerful long blade-like energy beam Frieza creates with two of his fingers and that can slice through anything, as stated by Frieza. Named in the Budokai series, it is also called Energy Cutter, Fissure Slash, and Death Slash. In Xenoverse 2, Death Slash and Death Wave are treated as variations (Death Slash is fired diagonally while Death Wave is fired vertically).
    • Emperor's Edge - A strong red and gold variation of the Death Wave used by Golden Frieza against Super Saiyan Blue Goku. It appears as one of his Super Skills in Dragon Ball Xenoverse.
    • Psychic Move – Frieza creates invisible Ki blades and swipes them at the opponent, knocking them back and creating a crater. Used in Dragon Ball Xenoverse.
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Frieza preparing a Death Saucer

  • 50% Power – A rush attack used by Frieza in his final form against Goku. Frieza first appears behind his opponent and knocks them off their feet with a low kick, and then he catches the opponent by their neck using his tail and brings them closer to himself so that he can elbow them in the ribs.
  • Death Break – A rush attack used by Frieza in his 100% Power form.
    • Death Raid – A powerful Heavy Finish used by 100% Power Frieza several times during his battle against Super Saiyan Goku. Named in Battle of Z, where a blast of energy can alternatively be added while jetting into the air.
    • Palm Strike – A kick to the stomach used against Super Saiyan Goku as part of his Death Break. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
  • Right Cross – A powerful punch used by 100% Power Frieza against Super Saiyan Goku. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
  • Nova Strike – An attack where he places a purple sphere of energy around himself and charges at the enemy. He uses this when he reaches 100% Power. The name of this attack is taken from the Budokai Tenkaichi games.
  • Death Saucer – Similar to the normal Destructo Disc (most commonly used by Krillin), Frieza's are faster, a different color (purple), and can be controlled remotely. Frieza creates two of these to hound Goku until he's sliced in half by his own attack. Named in the Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi video game series. Frieza can also use the regular Destructo Disc.

Frieza charging a Death Cannon

  • Death Cannon – A more powerful form of Death Beam shot from the palm of the hand. Used by Frieza only in his Final form and 100% Power form.
    • Red Energy Blast – Frieza fires a red energy wave at his opponent.
    • Killer Ball – A Full Power Energy Barrage Wave used by Frieza several times during his battle against the Z Fighters on Namek. Named in the Budokai series, and also used in the Budokai Tenkaichi series. The version used against Goku in Dragon Ball GT was named Ki Surge in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
    • Last Emperor – The powerful blast Frieza uses in a final attempt to kill Goku, who counters with the Angry Kamehameha.
    • Death Blaster – A Full Power Energy Wave used by Mecha Frieza against Super Saiyan Trunks.
  • Tail Attack – Frieza can attack his opponents using his powerful tail. He uses this to strangle Vegeta, and later to strangle Goku. This is Frieza and Mecha Frieza's signature attack in the Raging Blast Series.
    • Mystic Attack – Frieza can extend his tail across long distances to attack opponents and take them off guard.
    • Tail Whip – Using his tail, Frieza catches and throws his opponent. Used in the Butōden series.
    • Tail Smash – Frieza hits his opponent with his tail. Used in the Butōden series. Named Super Tail Hit in Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout.
  • Hug Maneuver – A technique that 100% Frieza uses against Super Saiyan Goku. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
  • Ruthless Blow – An attack used by Mecha Frieza where he impales his opponent with his right hand. Mecha Frieza uses this attack to kill one of King Cold's soldiers after all the other soldiers were sliced up by Future Trunks' sword.

Earth being destroyed by Frieza's Earth Breaker in Resurrection ‘F’

  • Bad Ring Laser – Golden Frieza summons his minion Sorbet, who uses a surprise Bad Ring Laser on the opponent. Used against Super Saiyan Blue Goku. In several video games he can use it on his own.
  • Earth Breaker – A final desperation attack used by Frieza to detonate the planet he is on. Used in Resurrection ‘F’ and Dragon Ball Super to destroy Earth. Named in Dragon Ball: Zenkai Battle Royale. Successfully manages to kill Goku and all the Z Fighters originally saved by Whis in an altered timeline created by Towa tricking Beerus and Whis into leaving Age 779 in Xenoverse 2. However the 2nd Future Warrior was saved from the attack by Xeno Trunks and via Whis' Temporal Do-Over rewinding time the Warrior manages to stop the technique with a ki blast.
  • Energy of Destruction – After being hit by Sidra's Energy of Destruction, Frieza proved to be able to manipulate it himself, and utilized it against Goku.
  • Vengeance – A rapid punches and kicks combo finished with a Left Chop. Used against Goku in Dragon Ball GT, who manages to barely block the blows. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.

Frieza and Cell perform their new combo attack against Goku

  • Hell's Buster – A technique that Cell and Frieza developed together while in Hell. Both Cell and Frieza begin to glow, then a yellow ki emits from both of their bodies, which then envelops their opponent, trapping him/her in an inescapable ki orb. Then, both the users throws the orb prison down into the deepest part of Hell, with the prisoner in it. Named Almighty Light Cage in the FUNimation dub. In the video game Dragon Ball Z: W Bakuretsu Impact, Frieza fires a Death Ball into the attack and Cell fires a Super Kamehameha, creating a giant orange orb of energy. Alternatively, Frieza can use it alone under the name of Fierce Detonation.
  • Dual Tech – A combined attack used by Frieza and Cell: Cell charges an energy wave and Frieza charges a finger beam, and they then fire the blasts together. They prepare this attack in Dragon Ball GT, but do not fire it. Named in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
  • Power Up – One of Frieza's techniques in Legend of the Super Saiyan and the Budokai Tenkaichi series.
  • Kick Combo – Frieza attacks his opponent only with his feet. Named in Final Bout, it is also Frieza's throw move in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.
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Frieza uses Sonic Warp

  • Sonic Warp – Frieza does rapid movement that looks like he teleports, similar to the Afterimage Technique. He uses the technique several times during his battle against Goku on Namek. Named in Super Dragon Ball Z, and Wild Sense the Raging Blast games. It is also used as part of Frieza's Psychic Move Evasive Skill to circle around behind the opponent to deliver a ki slash shockwave in the Xenoverse series.
  • Roar – Used in anger before attacking Vegeta. Named in the Dragon Ball Collectible Card Game.
  • Pump Up – One of his Blast 1 in his first form in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.
  • Full Power – One of his Blast 1 in his final form in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.
  • Long awaited-for 100% – Frieza powers up even further beyond his 100% power. Named as one of his Blast 1 in his 100% Power and Mecha forms in the Budokai Tenkaichi series and Raging Blast games.
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Ghost Frieza protects himself

  • Regeneration – While minor injuries seem to be of minor nuisance to him, his ability to regenerate lost body parts is not as advanced as the two other major villains of the series. In the English dub only, Frieza makes a copy of the ability on his scouter for future use when Nail regenerates his arm during their battle. During his battle against the Z Fighters on Namek, Frieza's tail stump seems to cope with the bleeding after some time, and grows back to its regular stage when he transforms from his third to his final form. After gaining immortality in Supersonic Warriors, Frieza restores his body to how it was before being damaged by Super Saiyan Goku. Regeneration is also used by the Ghost Warrior Frieza through Destron Gas.

Frieza performing Emperor's Sign

  • Emperor's Sign - A Fighting Pose technique used by Frieza to inspire his henchman in battle, increasing their speed. Named in Xenoverse.
  • Ki Sense – At the time of the Battle on Namek, like the rest of his minions, who use scouters as a compromise, Frieza seems to be unable to sense the ki of other people. However, he is able to have a glimpse of a "powerful Saiyan developing and heading to Namek" before the person in question (Goku) actually appeared in front of him. Also, given enough time, Frieza can lock his senses and his mind onto his opponent to read his/her position at any given moment; he demonstrates this when he begins fighting Goku with 50% of his power. In Shin Budokai, Frieza gains the ability to sense ki and suppress his own ki, and he also displays the ability in Dragon Ball GT.
  • Freezing – In the Hebrew dub of Dragon Ball Z, it is stated that Frieza possess freezing powers, as he threatens to freeze Zarbon.


Techniques used in video games

  • Death Sphere – A weaker but faster charged variant of the Death Ball, used by First Form Frieza in Battle of Z.
  • HAIL Frieza – Frieza impales the opponent with his horn and tosses them away, only to blast them with a Punishing Blaster. He uses this attack to heavily injure Krillin. It is named in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.
  • Full Power Energy Ball – First Form Frieza's Blast Spark in Battle of Z.
  • Flaming Headbutt – Frieza homes in on the opponent with a flaming headbutt. Used in the video game Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors.
  • Frieza Invisible Blast – A variation of Frieza's Fissure Slice that is present within Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22, where he forms an invisible arcing blast towards his opponent.
  • Death Spike – A powerful long range energy blast utilized by Golden Frieza. Named in Zenkai Battle Royale.
  • Emperor's Blast – A technique where Frieza spins around to fire a large powerful short range blast, meant to attack opponents trying to flank around him and attack his backside. Utilized by Golden Frieza and named in Xenoverse.
  • Baked Sphere – A dark explosive wave utilized by Villainous Mode Frieza.
  • Nightmare's Awakening – An ability utilized by Golden Frieza in Dragon Ball Heroes. When he is damaged enough that he only has less than 30% of his health left, Golden Frieza instantly fully recovers and his full power doubles.
  • Bomb Shield – A melee attack used in Supersonic Warriors.
  • Fly Away – Frieza shoots a large wave of purple energy across the stage left to right. He uses this attack in Supersonic Warriors.
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Frieza fires a Kamehameha

  • Kamehameha - Frieza is capable of using the Kamehameha technique, as shown in Super Dragon Ball Z.
    • Frieza Cutting Beam – Frieza's variation of the Kamehameha named in Supersonic Warriors. It is a beam with a white color and a purple hue, which can switch the direction while firing it.
  • Death Junk – From below, Mecha Frieza shoots energy blasts into a formation, which strikes the opponent in groups of two. Used in the Nintendo DS game Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2.
    • Nightmare Blast – From above the opponent, Mecha Frieza shoots energy blasts into a formation different from that of the Death Junk, which strikes the opponent. Also used in Supersonic Warriors 2.
  • Super Explosive Wave – A technique used by Mecha Frieza in the video games Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi and Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2.
  • Blind Meteor – A combo move exclusive to Supersonic Warriors 2. Frieza summons Zarbon and Dodoria who blast the opponent. Then, Frieza attacks the opponent and blasts him to the ground to finish him off.
  • Ghost King – A team attack used by Mecha Frieza and King Cold in Supersonic Warriors 2. Mecha Frieza releases a Barrage Death Beam and blasts the opponent to the right, where King Cold punches the opponent down into the ground.
  • Cold Family Power – A team attack where both he and King Cold attack the opponent as a team, followed by King Cold finishing off the opponent with a Dirty Slash and an energy blast. It is King Cold's Ultimate Blast in Budokai Tenkaichi 3.
  • Freeze Storm – A combo move where Cooler and Mecha Frieza create a blizzard and fire it at the opponent. Used Supersonic Warriors 2.
  • Absolute Evil – A team attack used by Frieza and Cell in Supersonic Warriors 2.
  • Sly Downward Hit – A diving kick followed by a tail hit. One of his techniques in Final Bout.
  • Frieza Nightmare – Frieza kicks the opponent up in the air, then he kicks and punches him down again, and finally Frieza kicks his opponent in the back when he is down. Used in the Budokai series.
  • Evil Dance – A rush attack finished with a Kiai. Used in the Budokai series. In Supersonic Warriors 2, "Evil Dance" is the name of Mecha Frieza's Barrage Death Beam technique.
  • Round Dash – Frieza circles his opponent and fires energy attacks. Used in Super Dragon Ball Z.
  • Warp Whip – A devastating throw used by Cyborg Frieza in Super Dragon Ball Z.
  • Finish Sign – One of his Blast 1 in his second form in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.
  • Explosive Wave – One of his Blast 1 in his second and third forms in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.
  • Hi-Tension – One of his Blast 1 in his third form in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.
  • 100% Activation – A power up used by Frieza in his Final Form. Named and used in Supersonic Warriors 2.
  • Double Attack of Fighting Spirit – A special ability used by Frieza in Dragon Ball Heroes. It doubles Frieza's power when he attacks with an ally.
  • Eyes of Fear – A special ability used by Frieza in Dragon Ball Heroes. It downs the ability of the enemy when Frieza attacks them.
  • Guard Break – A special ability used by Frieza in Dragon Ball Heroes.
    • Ultra-Guard Break – A special ability used by Frieza in Dragon Ball Heroes.
  • Power Break – A special ability used by Frieza in Dragon Ball Heroes. When the opponent is hit by a super attack, Frieza also decreases their power.
  • Ultra Spirit Sphere – A special ability used by Frieza in Dragon Ball Heroes. It puts Frieza into sparking mode, and quadruples his power.
  • Blow of Contrition – A special ability used by Mecha Frieza in Dragon Ball Heroes, which causes a deathblow upon activation and increases damage.
  • Cruel Attack – A special ability used by Mecha Frieza in Dragon Ball Heroes, which increases attack power.
  • Emperor's Sign - A Fighting Pose used by 1st Form Frieza in Dragon Ball Xenoverse, in order to inspire his troops while in battle. When used by Frieza it grants Movement Speed Buff to his Allies.
  • Super Spirit Spheres of Destruction – A special ability used by Mecha Frieza in Dragon Ball Heroes. It puts him into sparking mode and increases his attack power.
  • Evil Energy Manipulation – While in Hell, Frieza somehow managed to learn how to manipulate evil energy, as shown in Shin Budokai.
    • Evil Energy Generation and Absorption – Used in the story mode of Shin Budokai in order to generate and absorb large quantities of evil energy in order to power himself up.
  • Immortality – While never attained in the world of the living in the manga or anime, Frieza gains Immortality in several what-if scenarios in video games. In the Another Age scenario "Spirit Bomb" in Battle of Z, after wishing for immortality, Frieza becomes completely invulnerable to anything other than the Universal Spirit Bomb. While in Hell in GT, Frieza and Cell have some sort of immortality, coming back everytime they are defeated as they are already dead.
    • Cloning – After wishing for immortality in Battle of Z, Frieza is able to release non-immortal copies of his forms.
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Frieza in Villainous Mode

  • Evil Energy power up – Frieza is given the evil energy power up by Towa in Dragon Ball Xenoverse. When using the power up, Frieza's eyes glow red, his skin darkens, he gains a purple and black aura temporarily, causing his power to increase.
  • Villainous Mode - Frieza is given the Villainous Mode power up in Dragon Ball Xenoverse. While using this power up his eyes glow red, and he gains a purple and black aura.
  • Wormhole - Frieza uses a wormhole in order to transport his spaceship to Conton City in order to invade it.

Arsenal & Equipment


Frieza's New Scouter Model (Red)

  • New Model Scouter (Red) - For most of his life Frieza lacked the ability to naturally sense ki and relied heavily on Scouters to detect ki, a trait which Moori took advantage of by destroying Frieza and his henchman's scouters to prevent them from finding more Namekians. Frieza was later forced to order the Ginyu Force to bring along replacement Scouters. This newer model red lens scouter allowed him to locate Guru and leading to his fight with Nail, during which he used it to recorded Nail's regeneration for future study (English dub only). However it was later destroyed by Vegeta powering up while fighting Vegeta in his 1st form. Was named New Model Scouter (Red) in Xenoverse.
  • Battle Armor - In his first form, Frieza often wears Battle Armor much like his father and soldiers do. Though resilient to damage, the armor lacks the elasticity of other models as it was unable to take the strain of Frieza's transformation into his Second form and shattered. Interestingly, Frieza somehow is able to regenerate it after he is revived and the pieces of his Mecha Frieza form are placed in a medical machine and reverts to his 1st form (it is possible he fashioned it using the surviving components of his discarded Cosmic Suit), indicating it may be a composite of Bio Suit and Battle Armor technology.
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Cyborg Frieza with his arsenal in Super Dragon Ball Z

  • Rocket Launcher – A weapon which can launch missiles, grenades, as well as mines. It is mounted on Cyborg Frieza's right shoulder in Super Dragon Ball Z, with his left shoulder holding the ammunitions.
    • Crack Bomb – Cyborg Frieza fires an explosive from the cybernetic part on his shoulder. Used in Super Dragon Ball Z.
  • Grenades – Cyborg Frieza utilizes power grenades which he keeps attached to his waist in Super Dragon Ball Z.
  • Spaceship – Vehicle utilized by Frieza and his soldiers during interplanetary travel and Frieza's Siege of Conton City in Xenoverse 2. In Dragon Ball Heroes, a special technique named Attack from the Spaceship! (宇宙船からのこうげき!) has the spaceship turning its headlights on, which decrease the stats of the opponents.