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Super God Fist is a rush attack technique used by Goku.


Goku charges up ki in his hand, then launches forth with a punch to the opponent's face, dealing a large amount of damage.



Super Saiyan Goku using Super God Fist on Frieza in Xenoverse

The technique was first used by Goku during his epic first fight with Vegeta, used shortly after Goku being using the Kaio-ken.

During the Frieza Saga, Goku uses during his epic fight with Frieza. During the initial stages of battle, Goku tried to use the technique on Frieza but the tyrant managed to dodge. Later in the battle, after Goku became a Super Saiyan, Goku managed to hit Frieza with the technique.

During the Other World Tournament, Goku used a Super Kaio-ken enhanced Super God Fist during his match with Pikkon.

In Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest, Goku uses this technique along with the Kaio-ken on Ebifurya punching him so hard he flew across the room and crashes through a wall, killing the Bio-Warrior instantly.

In Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound, Goku used this attack to save Gohan from Bojack after appearing on Earth after temporary becoming alive. Though he broke the rules to do so.

In Dragon Ball Super, Goku has used this technique against Monaka, resulting in Monaka having a fist print on his face and caused him to cry.


Appearances in games

Xenoverse - Super God Fist on Goku

Goku landing a Super God Fist in Xenoverse

Super God Fist was named in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse where it is one of Goku's Super Skills. Upon connecting with an opponent, the camera will zoom in on Goku punching the opponent in the face. In the Resurrection ‘F’ Pack DLC, Super Saiyan Blue Goku also has the technique as part of his main skillset. It is among the few skills that the Future Warrior is unable to learn or obtain. Though the Future Warrior is unable to obtain this technique, two random offline Time Patroller NPCs (Brianna and Brian) have this Super Skill as part of their skillsets. In Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2, this technique can be obtained by the playable Future Warrior.

In Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden, SSG Goku uses a variation called Dash Power.



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