"Son Goku and Trunks. Many times you have shown insolence towards the Gods. It is time to receive your retribution firsthand! "
Super Black Kamehameha (超ブラックかめはめ波 Supa Burakku Kamehameha) is an enhanced version of the Black Kamehameha used by Goku Black in his Super Saiyan Rosé form. It is also his own version of the Super Kamehameha.
Black first used this attack in an attempt to finish off Goku but was interrupted by the arrival of Zamasu. Black later used this attack on a beaten Goku and Trunks, with Zamasu holding them in place to prevent them from dodging. Goku and Trunks are injured from taking the full brunt of the attack, left unable to even stand, while Zamasu was unhurt due to his immortality.
Video Game Appearances
Super Black Kamehameha made its debut appearance in Dragon Ball Heroes as Goku Black's technique in his Super Saiyan Rosé form.
"Send your opponent flying with a potent punch, then follow up with a Kamehameha that is the nasty amalgamation of both a Saiyan and a deity's power!"
— Xenoverse 2 Super Black Kamehameha Rosé Skill description
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, the Black Kamehameha appears as an Ultimate Skill under the name Super Black Kamehameha as base Goku Black's Ultimate Skill. As part of the Super Pack 3 DLC, the Super Saiyan Rosé Goku Black's Super Black Kamehameha appears under the name Super Black Kamehameha Rosé (超ブラックかめはめ波・ロゼ Supa Burakku Kamehameha Roze). The Future Warrior can obtain Super Black Kamehameha Rosé Ultimate Skill as a reward in New Parallel Quest 109: "A Fateful Fight with Deity!". The Future Warrior can obtain the Super Black Kamehameha by purchasing it from the TP Medal Shop for 300 TP Medals.
While both variations of the technique are performed similarly in that the user punches the opponent away before firing the Kamehameha, with the Rosé version fires a pink and black-colored Kamehameha, while the Super Black Kamehameha fires a dark blue and black-colored Kamehameha. Also the Super Black Kamehameha costs only 3 ki bars, while the Rosé version requires 5 ki bars to perform. If the punch fails to hit the opponent it is still possible to hit them with the Kamehameha that follows.