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Full Power Energy Blast Volley (フルパワー連続エネルギー弾 Furu Pawā Renzoku Enerugī-Dan, lit. "Continuous Full Power Energy Bullets")[1] is a variation of the Continuous Energy Bullet.


The user fires flurries of large, bright Ki Blasts that is more powerful than the average energy volley. It is useful for quick, effective, as well as causing massive accumulations of damage to the foes. The difference with the Full Power Energy Barrage Wave is that the user does not move his hands while firing it. The waves themselves just chase the opponent.


Dabura uses this attack during his battle against Majin Buu.

In Dragon Ball GT, Super Saiyan Goku uses the technique during his battle against Meta-Rilldo. After Goten punches him during their battle, Baby uses the Full Power Energy Blast Volley while he is buried under the broken street. As Baby Vegeta, he uses the Full Power Energy Blast Volley against Uub, as well as later in an attempt to defeat Super Saiyan 4 Goku. While firing, Baby shouts "DIE!" with each blast in a rapid motion. Unfortunately for Baby, his attack has no effect on Goku.

Majin Ozotto's clone of Baby Vegeta uses this technique against Super Saiyan 4 Xeno Goku who dodges most of the blasts and have the rest hit Baby Vegeta.<ref name="SDBHMMch3">

Film Appearances[]


Angila and Medamatcha's combined Full Power Energy Blast Volley

It is first used in Dragon Ball Z: Lord Slug by Angila and Medamatcha against Piccolo while he is protecting Gohan.

In Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13!, Android 14 and Android 15 use a variation of the Full Power Energy Blast Volley called Energy Squall.

In Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon, Gohan uses this technique against Hirudegarn.


Video Game Appearances[]


Gohan using the Full Power Energy Blast Volley in Budokai Tenkaichi 3

In the Budokai Tenkaichi series, GT Goku, Gohan, Goten, Raditz, Guldo, Android 18, Android 17, as well as Dabura fire it with both hands, while Baby Vegeta only uses one hand much like how Turles fires his Full Power Energy Barrage Wave.

Dabura's attack is called Hate Ray Cannon in the Budokai series and he also used this Renzoku Energy Dan technique in the Butōden series, Budokai Tenkaichi series and Raging Blast series.

Gohan's version is called Gekiretsu Hadan in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2 and he fires it from one hand like Baby does. Also, in Supersonic Warriors 2, when Captain Ginyu summons him, Guldo uses a version called Psycho Triangle which he guides to the opponent using his telekinesis.

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Goku fires his Full Power Energy Blast Volley in Xenoverse

In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, it is a common Ultimate Skill used by many fighters including the Future Warrior who has it as their default Ultimate Skill. Interestingly all five members of the Ginyu Force have this technique as an Ultimate Skill in the 2nd skillset of each member (Recoome, Burter, Jeice, Guldo, and Ginyu).

In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, it returns as a common Ultimate Skill used by many fighters making it one of the most commonly used Ultimate Skills along with Full Power Energy Wave. Like in Xenoverse, it is the Future Warrior's default Ultimate Skill.