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If anger can be a source of strength, then the anger I hold, greater than anyone else's, makes me the strongest.

—Gokū Black in "Praise and Adore Him! The Explosive Birth of Merged Zamasu!!"

Indignation Scythe
悲憤の大鎌 Hifun no Ōgama
Other Sickle of Sorrow[1]
First Appearance
Anime Debut DBS064
Game Debut Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle
Type Ki Manipulation Technique
Sub-Type Alteration type
Class Offensive
Range Short to Long Range
Parent Violent God-Splitting Cutter
Derived technique(s)

The Indignation Scythe is an altered Ki Manipulation Technique exclusive to Gokū Black.


The special technique that Zamasu used to refine his ki to alter the shape, length and features of his myriad of techniques. This is done through the physical application of grabbing onto his weapon-based ki techniques to improve their qualities.

The result is a technique which is an enhanced version of the Violent God-Splitting Cutter, completely detached from Black's hand and formed into a long scythe of pure ki. This scythe is immensely powerful, capable of firing blasts of ki that created unique rifts within space and time.

While Vegeta proved able to dodge them, the rifts created by this scythe have strange powers, such as generating copies of Zamasu himself which disperse into smoke when hit. Zamasu refers to this technique as the culmination of his anger — the anger at the mortals, the gods, and himself.[2]

In Other Media[]


Gokū Black using the Indignation Scythe in Dragon Ball FighterZ.

The Indignation Scythe first debuted in Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle. It later appeared again in Dragon Ball FighterZ, with Gokū Black using it as his Level 3 Super, leading into the Work of the Gods.



  1. Dokkan Battle localisation
  2. Dragon Ball Super episode 64