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"Right, let's do it. So now we've been reduced to petty sneak attacks...Alright!"
Jeice to Burter before launching the attack

Crusher Ball (クラッシャーボール Kurasshā Bōru) is an Energy Sphere that is Jeice's signature attack.[8]



The Crusher Ball

As he announces the attack name, Jeice focuses an extreme amount of energy in his raised left hand, palm upward, before shaping it into a red energy sphere. Then, Jeice spikes it downwards with his open right hand (much like a volleyball), damaging his opponent.


Jeice was a pitcher in the Galactic Little League during his childhood, and it is there that he developed the Crusher Ball as his special technique.[9]

Jeice uses this attack once while fighting Goku on Namek. After swiftly evading Burter and Jeice's previous attacks, Burter suggests that Jeice uses the Crusher Ball as a distraction so Goku can leave his guard down. Jeice does so, however, Goku easily deflects the attack as if it were a beach ball.


Video Game Appearances[]

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Jeice charges a Crusher Ball in Budokai Tenkaichi

This attack appears as Jeice's ultimate attack in Dragon Ball Z II: Gekishin Freeza, Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu, Dragon Ball Z: The Legend, the Budokai Tenkaichi series, Raging Blast series, Dragon Ball Heroes, and Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z. In Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi and Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, it is a Blast 2 attack (Jeice's ultimate being the Red Comet Attack). Jeice uses this attack when Captain Ginyu summons him in the Supersonic Warriors series.

DBZ TTT Jeice's Firestorm Bomb

Jeice fires a Crusher Ball in Tenkaichi Tag Team

Zarbon is capable of performing the Crusher Ball in Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 and Dragon Ball Z: Shin Butōden, named Destructive Sphere in the English version of Ultimate Battle 22. Captain Ginyu uses it in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors, and Jeice also uses it when summoned by Ginyu.

DB Legends Shallot (DBL00-01) Jeice (DBL01-28H) Crusher Ball (Special Move Arts - Crusher Ball prep)

Shallot (DBL00-01) performing his Crusher Ball Special Move Arts learned from Jeice (DBL01-28H) in Dragon Ball Legends

In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, it appears as Jeice's signature Super Skill and can be obtained as a Super Skill for the Future Warrior in Parallel Quest 12: "Fierce Battle! Ginyu Force". There is also a more powerful version called "Crusher Volcano" which is Jeice's signature Ultimate Skill and can also be obtained by the Future Warrior in Parallel Quest 18: "Return of the Ginyu Force".

In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, it returns as one of Jeice's Super Skills and can be obtained by the Future Warrior as a reward in Parallel Quest 34: "Return of the Ginyu Force!".

In Dragon Ball Legends, Crusher Ball appears as the Special Move Arts for Jeice (DBL01-28H) and Jeice (DBL14-08E). Jeice (DBL01-28H) can also teach it to Shallot (DBL00-01) after reaching Friendship Rank 2. Additionally the interactive character illustration for Jeice (DBL01-28H) features him performing the Crusher Ball.[7]

In Dragon Ball FighterZ, Jeice performs this attack when he's called in by Captain Ginyu.


  • During the time Funimation started dubbing the series, it was called "Fire Ball". This was changed in the redub.
  • In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, 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 Space Australia which is both an in-joke and reference to DBZ: Abridged, as TFS's Jeice is from Space Australia (which is Australia in Space) which is parody of Jeice's Australian accent in the Funimation dub (TFS Jeice also has an Australian accent due to him being Space Australian).
  • Despite Jeice developing the Crusher Ball based on his time in the Galactic Little League, the way he performs the Crusher Ball is more akin to volleyball than baseball.