"Getting stronger... Yes, much stronger... RRRAAAAAUGH!"
First, the user forms an Energy Shield around his body. Then, he brings his hands apart to each side and releases many powerful energy blasts that home in on the target, inflicting a massive amount of damage.
In Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan, Broly uses this attack in order to burn off the excess energy he built up on New Planet Vegeta. This likewise resulted in the destruction of a large portion of the planet, including the palace and Paragus' spaceship and most of Paragus' followers. Afterwards, he ends up panting in place as his aura dissipates, apparently out of slight exhaustion over having to vent the excess energy before turning his attention to Goku and Gohan.
During the Tournament of Power, Kale uses this technique while in her Legendary Super Saiyan form. Her usage of the attack apparently was more severe than with Broly above, as she was shown emitting steam during the cooldown period.
In Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods, God of Destruction Beerus uses a similar technique during his fight with Goku in the underground lake called God of Destruction's Wrath, though it lacks Blaster Meteor's homing effect.
Video Game Appearances
Blaster Meteor was named in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, where it is Broly's ultimate attack. It is named Blaster Burst in Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans, and Burst Eraser in Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z. In Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, Nuova Shenron's Ultimate Blast is also called "Blaster Meteor", with several notable differences: after forming an energy aura around his body, Nuova Shenron creates a sun-like energy sphere and sends it up into the air. Then, he scatters the smaller fireballs at his opponent, inflicting a great amount of damage.
Although the attack itself does not appear in Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit, it was indirectly referenced in both an unlockable scene and the ending of the game in Broly's story mode, both instances having Broly saying "My Ki is rising... overflowing...!" before promptly powering up.
"Fire countless Ki Blasts over a wide range and blow your enemy away!"
In Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden, it appears under the name Power... Surging Power! and is Broly's Final Ultimate Combo. The combo must be performed in the air and requires 200% SG to use.
In Dragon Ball Fusions, Blaster Meteor appears as a Special Move learned by Legendary Super Saiyan Broly after reaching Level 53 and Super Saiyan 3 Broly after reaching Level 70. It can also be used by the Great Ape Broly boss. It can also be acquired from Broly by his EX-Fusions, Karoly and Karoly Black. It can also be learned by Nenjo (Level 37), Nox (Level 33), and Zemma (Level 25). Tekka can access it by performing EX-Fusion with any Blaster Meteor user including either of Broly's playable forms.
"Fires countless Ki Blasts in a wide area, knocking opponents back."
— Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Tutorial description
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Blaster Meteor returns as Broly's Evasive Skill which the Future Warrior can learn by completing the first lesson of Broly's Training. As part of the Extra Pack 3 DLC, Kefla uses it as her default Evasive Skill, a technique which she inherited from Kale.
In Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle, Blaster Meteor appears as the Super Attack for the Dragon Ball Super incarnation of Super Saiyan Broly. The attack hits all enemies making SSJ Broly ideal for handling groups of enemies.
In Dragon Ball FighterZ, the technique appears under the name Meteor Shower as one of Broly (DBS)'s moves. Broly transforms into his Super Saiyan form when he uses the technique.
- Broly (DBS) utilizes this technique in his Super Saiyan form rather than his Legendary Super Saiyan form, like Kale and Broly (DBZ) do.
- Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans, 2009
- Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z, 2014
- Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden, 2015
- Dragon Ball FighterZ, 2018
- Dragon Ball GT episode 54, "The Four-Star Dragon"
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse, 2015
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, 2016
- Dragon Ball Fusions, 2016
- Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, 2005