|“|| His power is rising at an extraordinary rate! ...Three-fold... four-fold... no..."|
"Ten-fold!!! Ten-fold Kaiōken!
—Hit and Son Gokū in "A Fully-Developed "Time-Leap" Counterattack?! Is It Coming?! Gokū's New Technique!"
|Ten-Fold Super Saiyan Blue Kaiōken|
|Literal English||Ten-Fold Super Saiyan Blue World King Fist|
|Game Debut||Dragon Ball Z Dokkan Battle|
|Type||Ki Manipulation Technique|
This is the state the user achieves when they go above the normal double increase of the Super Saiyan Blue Kaiōken. The user instead increases the power of their Super Saiyan Blue by a factor of ten. This increase is great enough to nearly defeat Hit during the 6th Universe and 7th Universe Hakaishin Selection Martial Arts Competition, and could shatter the barrier that Vados had created with ease. Even the Hakaishin Beerus and Champa were weary of this form, a single Kiai glare from Goku made Champa fall out of his seat for example.
- Gokū has limits on how long he can use this technique, as it can even undo his Super Saiyan Blue transformation.
- After the technique expires, Gokū experiences extremely painful muscle spasms and temporary paralysis.
- He also contracts Delayed Onset Ki Disorder as a direct result of this transformation.
- Furthermore, Gokū states the technique is, as of the moment, incomplete, and has only 10% chance of working properly.
- In the Dragon Ball Super manga, this state was not seen; instead, Gokū alternated between Super Saiyan, Super Saiyan God, and Super Saiyan Blue during his battle with Hit. Later, he completed Super Saiyan Blue.
- While this technique was not named in the anime, it was first named in the first DLC of the Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 video game.