- This article is about the stronger variation of the Dragon Fist. For the Rush Attack used in Video Games, see Super Dragon Attack Fist. Directory: Techniques → Offensive Techniques
In his Super Saiyan form, Goku begins to gather energy for a Spirit Bomb, but cannot fully control it. He absorbs the massive amount of energy into his body, which covers him from head to toe in a blue aura with sparks surrounding him, and then proceeds to throw a punch that takes the form of a giant golden dragon, which devours his opponent and inflicts a massive amount of damage.
Usage and Power
Goku uses the Super Dragon Fist against Super 17, this time as a combination of Dragon Fist and Penetrate!, before finishing the evil Android/Machine Mutant hybrid off with a Continuous Kamehameha.
- Final Strike - A weaker variant used by Goku against Super Android 13. It is the energy of the Spirit Bomb used in a normal punch instead of a Dragon Fist.
Video Game Appearances
"Super Dragon Fist" is the name of Goku's desperation attack in Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension (though it is also known as "Meteor Smash" in some scripts of the game). Goku, as a Super Saiyan, uses Instant Transmission to get close enough and attack the opponent with a series of punches and kicks. He then transforms into a Super Saiyan 3 and uses the Dragon Fist. Finally, he charges and uses the Super Spirit Bomb.
This enhanced version of the Dragon Fist also appears in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 and Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World. In Infinite World, if the defending opponent's gauge is higher than the attacker's while GT Kid Goku's Super Dragon Fist is executed, the opponent will dodge the attack and no damage will be done. Kid Goku may say "I'll put everything I've got into this move! COMING THROUGH!" during the cinematic.
Also in Budokai 3, "Super Dragon Fist" is the name of Kid Goku's Penetrate! technique. The Dragon Fist used on Super 17 is called "Super Dragon Fist" in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.