The first version has the user extend his index and middle fingers forward, charging a white energy sphere while streaks of electricity surround his body. He then fires the energy sphere in the form of an energy wave at the target or opponent, inflicting a large amount of damage. The second method has the user simply hold out his hand with index finger pointed outward and strikes the opponent with deadly force.
Vegeta first uses the attack as a kid. While attacking a planet with his father and several soldiers, Vegeta uses the attack to vaporize an alien. During training, Vegeta also uses the technique to destroy Saibamen.
On Namek, Vegeta uses the second version in an attempt to murder Tsuno when the village elder refuses to give the village's Dragon Ball, but a Namekian villager defends Tsuno from Vegeta's finger blast taking the shot instead.
Video Game Appearances
Galick Beam appears under the name Cyclone Shot in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle as a super attack for Super Saiyan Vegeta.
- Though it does not appear in the Xenoverse series, its alternate name Bang Beam is shouted out by Male Voice Option 8 (Curtis Arnott/Takahata101, voice of TeamFourStar's Nappa from the Dragon Ball Z: Abridged online parody series) in both games for Dodon Ray presumably as a reference to the similarities between it and Vegeta's Galick Beam.
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 88, "The End of Vegeta"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku, 1990
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 11, "Terror on Arlia"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 50, "Unexpected Problem"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler, 1992
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 275, "Deadly Vision"
- ↑ Dragon Ball GT episode 36, "The Tuffle Gorilla Attacks!"