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Electric Shock (電撃 Dengeki)[1] is a technique used by Kishime in the film Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest. It was installed by Dr. Kochin as a secret weapon.


A Giant Electric Eel utilized this attack on General Blue, but he was completely unaffected by the attack, thus resulting in him killing it in turn by snapping its neck.


Gohan about to be shocked by Kishime

Kishime sprouts Electric Whips from his arms and chest. Then, he wraps the opponent in the wires, and electrocutes them.

This technique is used against Krillin and Gohan when they arrive in Wheelo's fortress on the floor where Goku was fighting Ebifurya and Kishime.

Later on, Kami's predecessor uses the attack to blast Kami, but Mr. Popo steps in front of it. This attack was named in Daizenshuu 7.

Kid Buu uses the attack in combination with his Mystic Attack in order to torture Vegeta.

Fused Zamasu using Electric Shock.

Fused Zamasu using Electric Shock on Goku.

In the anime, Fused Zamasu used this attack after his birth. Once Goku and Vegeta destroyed the Wall of Light, Fused Zamasu caught the two and began to shock them, then thow them to use his Blades of Judgement on them. After Future Trunks transformed into Super Saiyan Anger, Zamasu used this once again to catch his sword and broke it. Fused Zamasu in his Half-Corrupted form later used this one final time when Goku attacked him with his legs. Goku then retaliates by transforming into Super Saiyan Blue Kaio-ken then kicking Zamasu on his scarred face, breaking free from Zamasu's grasp.

In the Tournament of Power, Ganos utilizes electricity multiple times in his fight against Master Roshi.

Using his remote, Paragus was able to shock Broly when he was wearing his control collar.

Video Game Appearances

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Fused Zamasu using Electric Shock in Xenoverse 2.

In Dragon Ball Heroes, it is Kishime's special attack and was named Lightning Flash (雷光閃).

In Xenoverse 2 Super Pack 4 DLC, Fused Zamasu uses this as his unique grab.



  1. 1.0 1.1 Daizenshuu 7, 1996
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