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Spirit Bomb Super Saiyan[4] (げんだまスーパーサイヤじん Genki Dama Sūpā Saiya-jin, lit. "Energy Sphere Super Saiyan")[5] is the result of a Super Saiyan becoming empowered via absorbing a Spirit Bomb.


Due to the rageful and thus impure nature of the Super Saiyan transformation, a user of the Spirit Bomb runs the risk of being unable to gather energy for the technique. Thus, the user must begin gathering energy before transforming in order to then absorb the resulting Spirit Bomb's energy for themselves. Additionally, if the user has attained Super Saiyan Full Power and desensitized themselves to the initial negative effects of Super Saiyan, they are able to create a Spirit Bomb for absorption with far less struggle.

Both known users appear to have attained the form without realizing it, as Goku was unconscious while using it[5], and as such, his actions were not his own. After using the form, his aura increased in power and intensity to the point where Super Android 13 couldn't get close to him, as his fist nearly shattered and incinerated before he could touch Goku. Future Trunks created his Spirit Bomb at first without realizing the energy he was accumulating, and when he did absorb the Spirit Bomb to create the Sword of Hope, the energy left Fusion Zamasu astonished.


Goku utilizes this form in Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13! by transforming into a Super Saiyan while he creates a Spirit Bomb, and then proceeding to absorb the Spirit Bomb into himself because of the impurity in his heart caused by his Super Saiyan state. After Super Android 13 was halted by the other members of the Dragon Team from attacking Goku until it was too late, he attempted to strike Goku through the giant aura of energy, but his hands nearly disintegrated in the process. Goku then struck the android with Final Strike, punching through his chest and obliterating him.

In the final battle with Fused Zamasu, every human, plant, and animal on Earth unconsciously send their energy to Super Saiyan Rage Future Trunks, resulting in a Spirit Bomb appearing above him. Trunks then absorbs it, allowing him to create the Sword of Hope and slices Fused Zamasu in half.

Spirit Bomb Super Saiyan Rage Future Trunks on the cover of Super Volume 5

While Future Trunks does not use this state in the manga version of the storyline, he does appear in it on the alternate cover for The Decisive Battle! Farewell, Trunks!.

In Dragon Ball GT, during his final battle with Golden Great Ape Baby Vegeta, Super Saiyan 4 Goku absorbs Baby's Revenge Death Ball Final and uses its power to defeat him.

Video Game Appearances

Vegeta as a Spirit Bomb Super Saiyan

Goku is able to utilize this form in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 and Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World. In these games, he can absorb the Spirit Bomb in Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 2, Super Saiyan 3, and Super Saiyan 4.

In the story mode of Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai, Vegeta becomes a Spirit Bomb Super Saiyan during his battle with Super Janemba.

In Dragon Ball Fusions, during the battle with Golden Great Ape Ultra Pinich, the Saiyan Ultra Fusion created by Tekka's Team absorbs a Super Spirit Bomb containing energy from everyone gathered at the Timespace Tournament inside the Timespace Rift, allowing them to become stronger than even God of Destruction Beerus and defeat Golden Great Ape Pinich. Additionally, there is a Special Move called Spirit Bomb Absorption, which allows the user to create and absorb a Spirit Bomb which grants "Spirit" status, causes Melee and Ki Blast power to go up, and also increases defense and speed as well. When used by Super Saiyan Goku (DBZ, Super, and GT), it allows him to become a Spirit Bomb Super Saiyan. However, Spirit Bomb Absorption can be used by characters of other races such as Tekka's EX-Fusions and Earthling Quiche.

Spirit Bomb Super Saiyan Trunks wielding the Sword of Hope in Dragon Ball FighterZ

In Xenoverse 2 DLC 4, Future Trunks is capable of utilizing this form by transforming into Super Saiyan 2 and then using the Sword of Hope on top of it. A Saiyan Future Warrior can also use this technique by transforming into either a Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan 2, or Super Saiyan 3 and then using the Sword of Hope. The Future Warrior can also utilize Sword of Hope alongside their Super Saiyan God, Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan, and Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan (Evolved) forms as well. As part of the 1.15.00 Update DLC, after randomly obtaining Customization Unlock Key 3 as a Raid Reward which unlocks Time Patrol Future Trunks in Partner Customization, Sword of Hope can be added to his Custom skillset after purchasing it for 15 TP Medals in Partner Customization. This allows him to utilize it alongside his Future Super Saiyan form.

In Dragon Ball FighterZ, Future Trunks utilizes this during his Dramatic Finish against Fused Zamasu as a part of the Sword of Hope.

In Dragon Ball Legends, Goku from the end of the Android 13 fight was added a new character. His ultimate attack has him summon the Spirit Bomb, absorb it as a Super Saiyan, and then landing the same final blow he landed to Android 13 to whoever he's currently fighting.


  • Similar to the effects of the S.S. Deadly Bomber, the negative risks of assuming the state as mentioned by Krillin due to rage creating impurity within the heart was only stated in the Japanese version, while in the Funimation dub, Krillin expresses surprise that Goku's heart retains its purity even as a Super Saiyan.
  • This form's appearance in Super Android 13! may be the inspiration for the anime version of Ultra Instinct Sign, as Goku absorbed the Spirit Bomb and gained new powers and entered a state where he fights unconsciously. They also produce the same dual-voice, at least in the Japanese version, where Goku has the voice of the Great Ape alongside his grunts and screams.
  • Interestingly Vegeta & Future Trunks,the two Z Fighters other than Goku capable of utilizing the Spirit Bomb Super Saiyan were coincidentally present when Goku used it in Super Android 13!.



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