|Alternate names||Hokaku Kōdan|
I May Die This Time
You Might Die This Time
|Debut||Manga: "Aerial Battle"|
Anime: "Clash of the Super Powers"
|Color||or or & &|
|Similar techniques||Charging Ultra Buu Buu Volleyball|
Frieza appears behind the opponent and holds his hand out, ensnaring them in an inescapable golden sphere of energy. He then toys around with this containment like a soccer ball. When Frieza is finished beating the victim around, he kicks the ball away, where it detonates on contact with anything other than Frieza himself. The resulting implosion is so immense it creates a vacuum that sucks in anybody near by.
Frieza uses this attack during his battle against Goku on Namek. When Goku blasts through a large landmass Frieza threw at him, Frieza appears behind him and captures him with the Imprisonment Ball. Frieza spends time smacking Goku around and fires an enormous energy wave at the sphere, blasting it crashing into Planet Namek. However, it is revealed that in the nanosecond between the impact and the explosion, Goku is fast enough to escape not only the explosion, but the vacuum as well.
Appearances in Video GamesEdit
It is one of Frieza's Blast 2 attacks in his final form in the Budokai Tenkaichi series; it was originally named Psylock Smasher (サイコロックスマッシャー) in Budokai Tenkaichi 1 and Budokai Tenkaichi 2, but was oddly changed to I May Die This Time (今度は死ぬかもね) in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3. The technique is named You Might Die This Time in the Raging Blast games and Dragon Ball Z For Kinect; in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2, instead of Frieza simply tossing the ball back to the ground, he kicks it around for a while until kicking it to the ground.
Frieza also uses this technique in Super Dragon Ball Z.