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Super Goten Strike is an energy sphere attack used by Goten in his Super Saiyan form.

Overview

To perform the attack, Goten raises his hands in the air and charges white-colored energy on them. Then, he releases the energy in a form of a giant, white energy sphere and hurls it towards his enemy, inflicting a huge amount of damage.

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Goten propels himself after Trunks

During the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament, Goten in his base form uses a weak energy blast to propel himself on the arena while performing his Assault! rush against Trunks. Goten also uses this attack during his battle against Baby, in the Baby saga. After Goten knocks Baby down to the ground, Baby retaliates by firing small energy waves at Goten, cutting him on the left arm. Angered, Goten transforms into a Super Saiyan and fires many small energy blasts at Baby, and then fires the Super Goten Strike energy sphere, creating a massive explosion and a giant crater in its wake. However, the Tuffle secretly dodges the attack and continues his fight with Goten. When Goten is infected by Baby, he uses a pink version this attack during a treacherous and violent confrontation against Goku and Pan. Afterwards, Goten in his base form also uses a similar attack against the Saibamen and other villains who manage to escape from Hell during the Super 17 Saga.

Appearances in games

Super Goten Strike was named in Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22, where it appears as one of Kid Goten's Super Attacks. This attack also appears in Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 3, under the generic name of Energy Ha (lit. "Energy wave"), and in Dragon Ball Online, named Dragon Power.

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