This is a list of notable techniques used by Vegeta which have appeared in the Dragon Ball manga, the anime series Dragon Ball Z and Dragon Ball GT, and various video games spun off by the series. As a Saiyan, Vegeta is extremely strong. He is also able to develop an abundant amount of energy-based techniques as the series progresses.

Techniques appearing in the manga and anime

Energy-based attacks

  • Atomic Blast - Vegeta fires a fierce bolt of energy from his index and middle finger. This technique appears usable in Vegeta's Majin form only.
  • Big Bang Attack - Vegeta discharges a medium-sized ball of ki in his hand. On impact, this technique causes a violent explosion. In the later Budokai video game series, Vegeta can throw a small ball of ki into the Big Bang Attack, causing a more powerful and massive explosion.
  • Cosmic Cannon - He creates a superheated, blazing sphere, surrounding his own hand. He then throws it like a grenade and it burns any opponent whom it comes in contact with. Vegeta uses it against Goku in the Vegeta Saga, but it was later replaced by his Big Bang Attack.
  • Dirty Fireworks - Vegeta punches the enemy's stomach, stunning them before being punched into the air before exploding at the command of Vegeta pointing his index and middle fingers, like the move used to kill Cui. Vegeta first used this technique to kill a Saibaman who was holding back in a battle. This technique is used in the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series, and inflicts a great deal of damage.
  • Energy Rings - Vegeta shoots out strong rings made of pure ki to bind his opponents by the limbs for further assaults.
  • Final Explosion - Vegeta detonates his body, resulting in a devastating, golden-yellow explosion that leaves Vegeta a fragile, stone like corpse. This technique appears in Vegeta's Majin form only.
  • Final Flash - Vegeta conducts ki in both of his hands that places next to each other, combining the ki that discharges in the form of a devastating stream of energy.
  • Final Galick Cannon - Vegeta delivers several rapid attacks before punching the enemy's stomach and discharging a beam of potent purple ki through the enemy, like the technique used to kill Zarbon. This technique is used in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.
  • Final Shine Attack - Vegeta fires a massive green ki wave that is much greater than Final Flash and uses with one hand.
  • Galick Gun - Vegeta bends to the side while holding the back of his hands parallel to each other, conducting purple ki that discharges a superheated, concentrated, powerful beam. In select video games, Vegeta releases a barrage of ki bolts.
  • Power Ball - A ball of Blutz ray, which simulates the effects of a full moon to allow a Saiyan with a tail to become a Great Ape.
  • Super Energy Wave Volley - Vegeta releases a rapid barrage of energy blasts at his opponents, causing a massive accumulation of damage.
  • Kaiser Wave Attack- Vegeta charges his fist and release giant wave like barrier the adjacent direction.

Speed and movement techniques

  • Afterimage - The user moves at ultrahigh speeds, leaving an afterimage where he was previously located.
  • Flight - The user uses their ki to give them the ability to levitate.

Other appearing abilities

  • Telepathy - Vegeta can speak with his targets mentally.


Techniques appearing in video games

Budokai Tenkaichi series

Special techniques

Rushing techniques

Signature techniques

Combination techniques

Super Dragon Ball Z

Burst Limit

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