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"Ha ha ha ha ha ha! I got him. I got him. I got him. I got him. Ha ha. I beat you, dirtbag. I can see it now..."Earth's greatest threat brought down by Yajirobe." Ha ha ha ha ha. Oh, yeah! Took him down. You should learn not to mess with the best. You can't handle it!"
— Yajirobe right after striking Vegeta in Mercy

Miracle Ka-Blam Slash (ミラクルごっつぁんスラッシュ Miracle Gottsan Slash) is a rush attack used by Yajirobe.



Yajirobe uses the first slash of the rush to attack Vegeta

Yajirobe rushes toward his opponent and hits them with a slash of his sword, followed by a flurry of sword slashes, only to do a heavy slash at the end.


Yajirobe slashes Vegeta

Yajirobe slashes Vegeta's back

Yajirobe uses the first slash of this attack on Vegeta while the Saiyan is about to attack Gohan, whose tail has just grown back. He uses the rapid swings trying to kill Vegeta, but the Saiyan easily dodges them. He uses the final slash of this attack to cut Vegeta's tail while Vegeta is in his Great Ape form, reducing the seemingly invincible Saiyan to his normal form.

Video Game Appearances[]

DB Legends Yajirobe (DBL39-02E) Miracle Sumo Slash (Special Move Arts - slash in the back)

Yajirobe (DBL39-02E) slashing Vegeta in the back as part of Miracle Sumo Slash in Dragon Ball Legends

Miracle Ka-Blam Slash is Yajirobe's ultimate attack in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 and Budokai Tenkaichi 3. In Budokai Tenkaichi 3, it appears Yajirobe misses all the swings except the final slash, possibly to mimic the usage of the attack in the series.

In Dragon Ball Legends, it appears under the name Miracle Sumo Slash as the Special Move Arts for Yajirobe (DBL39-02E). In this game, Yajirobe rushes towards the opponent running through the air while moving rapidly before suddenly disappearing from view, as the bewildered opponent is suddenly slashed from behind in a manner that resembles how Yajirobe cut off Great Ape Vegeta's tail though the game depicts him slashing the opponent's back (presumably inspired by Yajirobe's sneak attack on Vegeta when he was momentarily distracted by Gohan's tail regrowing, which was powerful enough leave a slash mark on Vegeta's Battle Armor) instead. Additionally the character illustration for Yajirobe (DBL39-02E) features Yajirobe performing the technique on Great Ape Vegeta (this isn't possible in battle in-game due to Vegeta's Great Ape form only appearing via Legends Limited Vegeta's Legendary Finish animation).