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"Toss a huge Destructo-Disc! It uses more Ki than the normal one, but does more damage and has better tracking! Be careful though, because you can't guard!"
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 in-game description

Super Destructo-Disc (超ぶっちぎり Sūpā Kienzan) is a larger variation of the Destructo Disc used by Krillin in Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.


By using more Ki than that used by the standard version, the user can create a larger Destructo-Disc with better homing capabilities. Like the standard version, it will damage the opponent regardless as to whether they are guarding or not, making it useful for cutting through an enemy's defenses. Its size and homing capabilities also makes it harder to avoid.

Video Game Appearances

The Super Destructo-Disc was named and first appears in Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit. It later appears in Xenoverse 2 as one of Krillin's Super Skills. The Future Warrior can also obtain it by completing Expert Mission 05: "The Galactic Tyrant".


  • In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, when used by a Future Warrior with Male Voice Option 8 (which is actually the voice of Curtis Arnott/Takahata101, voice of TeamFourStar's Nappa from the Dragon Ball Z: Abridged online parody series) he will shout "Pizza Time".[1][2] This is due to the Super Destructo-Disc skill using the same voice samples as the Destructo-Disc skill.
    • It is in fact a reference to a joke from the show's parody of the Frieza Saga in which Frieza promises Goku two stuffed crust pizzas in exchange for allowing Frieza to achieve 100%. Later during the fight when Goku quits fighting and is about to leave, Frieza fires a Death Slicer at him while saying "You Forgot Your Pizza!" comparing the disc's shape to a pizza. Since the name of either Death Slicer and Double Death Slicer isn't shouted out when either of those techniques are performed, Pizza Time was used as the shout out for the Destructo Disc in both Xenoverse games and the Super Destructo-Disc in Xenoverse 2 as it fits the joke.