"How... dare you!? That's my BULMA!!!"
The user's skin and body take on a slight pink tone and their bio-electricity grows wilder, in addition to their eyes momentarily blanking from fury. Their hair also takes on the same caramel gold shade that is normally displayed with Super Saiyan 3.
Usage and Power
After Beerus the Destroyer slapped Bulma and knocks her down, Vegeta becomes fully enraged and, after being transformed into a Super Saiyan 2, he undergoes a furious mutation. Vegeta powers up so much that he was able to briefly hold his own against Beerus. In the anime this power up is strong enough that Beerus says he had to use 10% of his power and that fighting him was even more fun than fighting Super Saiyan 3 Goku at King Kai's Planet. In the movie version, Roshi exclaims in amazement that Vegeta's power has finally surpassed that of Goku's.
In the anime, after the battle Vegeta begins training himself in order to further power up and surpass Goku and Beerus, however, he finds out from Whis that in order to do so he will need to learn how to control his ki from Whis, and goes back to Beerus' Planet to train with him.
In the manga, Vegeta retained his enhanced Super Saiyan 2 form, utilizing it to initially outmatch Super Saiyan Goku Black - whose base form alone outclassed Future Trunks's Super Saiyan 2 form.
This form is very similar to the Super Saiyan Rage state, as both are massive power-ups to the Super Saiyan 2 form which temporarily blank out the users eyes and are achieved through rage, however, the Super Saiyan Rage form seemingly involves the Super Saiyan Third Grade in its usage, while the Quake of Fury power up does not.
Video game appearances
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, Vegeta uses this form after Bulma is pushed back by Beerus' power in the altered timeline of Age 778 created by the attempts of Demigra's Mirage to take control of Beerus with Dark Magic. However, Vegeta is defeated by Beerus as he was in the original history only to be saved by the appearance of Goku.
Quake of Fury is named in IC Carddass Dragon Ball, where it is used by Vegeta: Battle of Gods. While in the form Vegeta is named "Prince of Rage Vegeta".
Vegeta can use Rage Mode in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle to take on his Furious Vegeta state, where his special attack is the Furious Galick Gun. The Outburst of Emotions Super Saiyan 2 Vegeta & Bulma card transforms into Outburst of Emotions Furious Vegeta via the Pride Discarded Passive Skill which triggers Rage when HP is 30% or below.