The first method has the user prepare his index and middle fingers on both of his hands, and then he fires a Death Beam at the opponent at a very rapid rate, inflicting a great deal of damage. The second method has the user simply flicking his finger with deadly force.
While on Namek, Frieza uses the attack several times. In his third form, Frieza first utilizes the attack to hit Piccolo with a Full Power Death Bullet followed by a few regular Death Bullets at a rapid speed, severely injuring the Namekian. In his Final form, Frieza uses a similar finger attack to kill Dende and then in an attempt on Gohan until Vegeta knocks the young Saiyan out of the way, destroying a nearby island. Frieza later uses a similar attack on Goku but Piccolo is wounded instead. Frieza later fires the Death Bullet again at Goku, however, the Super Saiyan easily dodges the attack.
Video Game Appearances
The Death Bullet appears in many video games as part of Third Form Frieza's Crazy Finger Beam.
Frieza uses a similar attack in Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Son Goku Densetsu.
The single Crazy Finger Beam blast used by Frieza in his third form was named "Death Bullet" in Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit.
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, if the Future Warrior is a member of Frieza's Race, they can fire Death Bullets as their basic uncharged Ki Blast when they are using the Turn Golden Awoken Skill transformation. The Future Warrior (regardless of race) can also use Death Bullets as part of the Crazy Finger Shot Super Skill.
- ↑ Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, 2016
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 82, "Frieza's Second Transformation"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 84, "Dende's Demise"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 95, "Transformed at Last"
- ↑ Frieza's attack on Piccolo was either directly in the manga or the result of Piccolo pushing Goku out of the way in the anime.
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 96, "Explosion of Anger"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 167, "The Doomsday Broadcast"