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"Unleashes Ki Blasts in a wide area centered on yourself. This technique is useful both offensively and defensively."
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Tutorial description

God of Destruction's Wrath (破壊神の逆鱗) is a Continuous Energy Bullet used by Beerus.

Overview

A technique where the user unleashes multiple ki blasts in all direction from their aura.

Usage

This technique was used in Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods by Beerus during his battle with Goku in the Underground Lake after Goku's Super Saiyan God form had timed out. Beerus used the technique out of anger after being hit with a high speed punch by Goku.

Video Game Appearances

"Fire Ki Blasts in all directions."
Dragon Ball Xenoverse in-game description

God of Destruction's Wrath was named in Dragon Ball Xenoverse and is one of Beerus' Super Skills. In the game, the user preforms a backflip then is surrounds themselves with a violet-pink aura and fires multiple pink ki blast in all directions. This skill can also be obtained by the Future Warrior as a reward in Parallel Quest 44: "God of Destruction and His Master".

In Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden, it appears under the name 360° Ki Blast.

In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, God of Destruction's Wrath returns as one of Beerus' Super Skills which the Future Warrior can learn by completing School Quest: "Lesson 2" of Beerus' Training.

Trivia

  • The term Gekirin (or Nilin via Chinese/pinyin reading) from the Han Feizi records is a term to describe the wrath of either a ruler or dragon invoked by someone (and is often translated as "imperial wrath"). Via the motifs that rulers and dragons share with each other in past times, the literal translation of the characters used in the term is "inverted scale", which is meant to describe the anger of a benevolent dragon having a specific scale on their throats being rubbed the wrong way.
    • This coincidentally also ties into the Beerus' god motif, since dragons during that time period were considered to be divine/godly creatures, much like the inspiration for Shenron.

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