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"Super Saiyan Rosé Full Power" is not this article's official English name, it is used as there is currently no official translation.

"Even in this universe... you can't beat me! The energy that's been gathered from this meaningless fight... This light, all of this is MY POWER!"
— Crimson, prior to transforming into his Super Saiyan Rosé Full Power state.

Super Saiyan Rosé Full Power[1] (超サイヤ人ロゼフルパワー Sūpā Saiya-jin Roze Furu Pawā)[2] is the final transformation achieved by the Crimson-Masked Saiyan, serving as Super Saiyan Rosé's ultimate and final evolution of power.

Overview

Appearance

The form possesses a red line around the eyes in-game

Visually, the form greatly resembles Super Saiyan Rosé 3, though the user's eye ridges become smooth again and brows make a return. It also makes the user regrowth of their tail and gains a considerable increase in muscle mass. The game version of the transformation adds additional details, such as red, Super Saiyan 4-like shadow trim around the eyes, as well as the remains of his mask igniting into flames upon activating the transformation.

Usage and Power

Crimson in the form

In the game, Crimson achieves this form by siphoning energy from the fake mortals of the Pseudo Universe, while in the anime he appears to achieve it by taking energy from the universe itself. In the manga he achieves the form thanks to Saiyan Power after regenerating from Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta's attacks.

In the anime, though initially overwhelmed by Perfected Ultra Instinct Goku and Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan (Controlled Berserk) Vegeta after their special training, Crimson achieves Super Saiyan Rosé Full Power after siphoning energy from the Pseudo Universe. He then is able to completely overpower Vegeta, and easily deals with Golden Frieza and Golden Meta-Cooler, though he did not wish to battle them, instead opting to summon King of Destruction Omega Shenron to fight them so as not to be distracted.

In the manga, after being obliterated by Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta's attacks, Crimson achieves this form after regenerating completely.

In both media, against Super Saiyan Blue Gogeta, Crimson was at a slight disadvantage as he was overpowered, though his healing ability compensated for this. In the manga, his power ups from near-death each time eventually led to him becoming too strong for Gogeta. However in both media, upon facing Super Saiyan God SS Evolved Gogeta, Crimson's healing ability and newfound strength become utterly meaningless, as Gogeta deals him far too much damage for him to recover from, and in the anime Crimson is disintegrated by a final blow. In the manga however, Gogeta defuses before he can finish Crimson, though he is injure enough that Goku and the Warrior in Black Clothes are able to finish him off with a combined energy wave.

Video Game Appearances

  • Super Saiyan Rosé Full Power Crimson-Masked Saiyan card for Big Bang Mission 10.

    Dragon Ball Heroes

Super Saiyan Rosé Full Power made its debut in Dragon Ball Heroes, where it was added in Big Bang Mission 10 as the form of Crimson-Masked Saiyan's "BM10-SEC2" card.

Trivia

  • This form's long hair and tail makes it bear a resemblance to the original design of Super Saiyan 3 made by Akira Toriyama.

Gallery

References

  1. Past official translations for the similarly named 超サイヤ人フォーフルパワー (Sūpā Saiya-jin Fō Furu Pawā) - which also originates from Dragon Ball Heroes - choose "Super Saiyan 4 Full Power" over "Full Power Super Saiyan 4"
  2. Card

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