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DBR Saiyan Transformations by The-Devils-Corpse DBR Saiyan Transformations by The-Devils-Corpse
Where is Broli's "Legendary Super Saiyan" form?
I really dislike the idea of Broli's "Legendary" form from the original franchise. It really served no purpose other than to confuse the fans. So, I've discarded it. I've applied the traits unique to the form to Broli himself and swapped him over to the standard, buffed-up grades of the Super Saiyan transformation like Vegeta and Trunks used during the Cell Arc, only without the drawbacks due to his unique traits and body proportions. This works much better in my opinion, as it was Trunks' Super Saiyan, grade III form that spawned the idea for Broli in the first place. Also, seeing how he was given a buffed-up version of Super Saiyan 3 in the games a couple years ago, I've also created graded stages for Super Saiyan 2 and 3, but they will be exclusively used by him.
Why is Super Saiyan 4 called Hitōzaru here?
Super Saiyan 4 is obviously not a linear transformation from the others. The GT Perfect Files guides even state that it is something entirely different and was only named "Super Saiyan 4" out of convenience, so that's what's going on in the project as well. Characters in-universe will still call it Super Saiyan 4, but the official terminology for it is Hitōzaru. As for the form and its traits, Saiyans take this form when they try to mentally master Super Saiyan and Ōzaru with a successful transformation creating a new Base-like state that has none of the drawbacks from the other forms (power drain, stress, rage, etc). So long as a Saiyan has a tail and has unlocked Super Saiyan, the first transformation can happen from any of the four forms; Base, Super Saiyan, Ōzaru or Super Ōzaru. The latter requires the least amount of effort by far, since it's easier to try and reign in the transformations when both are already active.

Despite technically being a hybrid transformation, the Super Saiyan form serves as little more than a catalyst. The Ōzaru form's are far more prominent and function as the foundation for the transformation. Even going so far as to shape the body into what is determined to be the best genetic state for each individual warrior to fight to their greatest potential.
How about those Saiyan's "God" forms?
Super Saiyan God, aka DB Redux's "Saiyan God"
Because of its forgotten place in Saiyan lore, as well as the fact that the Saiyans will be going "Super" in Resurrection 'F', I've taken to renaming this legendary transformation "Saiyan God". I've also changed the form's mechanics a decent amount from how it was showcased in Battle of Gods, with the biggest one being that it's no longer unlocked via a "magical" 6 Saiyan ritual. Instead of the transformation initially granting the user "Divine Ki", the form is only achievable when a Saiyan already has it. Said ki type can only be obtained by someone with an understanding of it performing an alternate, more traditional, ritual that places the partaking individual into the Dragon Ball god hierarchy by allowing their body to produce that godly power.

The form still alters physical traits like the hair, eyes and muscle mass. It grants unimaginable power, and takes minimal effort to maintain...but only lasts for brief periods at a time...at first.
Saiyan Beyond God, aka DB Redux's "It doesn't exist"...
Whether this is an official form or not is debated to some extent. Heroes briefly treated it as a transformation and in Resurrection "F" based material, Freeza was stated to be stronger than all of Earth's warriors facing off against his army, yet "Base" Goku was able to keep up with him. So, there's presumably something to it. However, for the sake of consistency in the project, I've decided to ignore the state...

Or, I guess I should say that I've simply replaced it with the continued appearance of the original red-haired Saiyan God form like Toyotaro does in the manga adaptation of Super's events. That way, there's a clear indicator of what form is being used and why. So, after the Divine Ki ritual has been reversed, a talented Saiyan's body will adapt to the divine state and continue to be able to produce Divine Ki with enough manipulation, thus making them able to keep tapping into the power of the form.
Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan, aka DB Redux's "Super Saiyan God"
Those Saiyans gifted enough to retain the Saiyan God state can continue to train and, by perfecting their ki control, further the evolution of their divine mutation by unlocking Super Saiyan God (the blue-haired form from Resurrection "F"). Unlike the original Super Saiyan forms, this transformation is completely "calm", but consumes decent amounts of stamina, making it difficult to use repeatedly in quick succession.
What's the deal with Black's version of the forms?
I'll tell you what the deal is. As you can read on Black's sheet, I don't have him swap minds with Goku. Instead, he uses the same possession technique Kami/God did during the 23rd Tenka'ichi Budōkai. This renders the Saiyan "impure" and causes a disconnect that disrupts the natural harmony of body, mind and spirit. The result is a further, superficial change to the aesthetic of the Super Saiyan mutations.

I know the regular Super Saiyan forms are stated to be blond/gold in the manga, but I thought that connecting this with Bebi Vegeta was more fun, since it's the same thing going on. So those forms became white. The gods forms...well, the rosé colored one already had a color, and I basically just inverted the magenta form for that. Super Saiyan 4/Hitōzaru is the only transformation that can't have an "impure" variation, as Bebi was stated to be what was preventing Vegeta's body from achieving it.
Super Saiyan Rage, or any other new Super Saiyan "X"?
I left space for it on the chart, but I'm waiting till the manga adaptation of the Future Trunks Arc ends before I decide what I'm doing with it. The same will hold true for anything new that pops up in future arcs. So there's no need to ask why I haven't updated with the latest Saiyan bling.
So, what are the multipliers for the forms in your project?
  • False Super Saiyan -- Base x 25
  • Super Saiyan, grade I/II/III -- Base x 50/75/125
  • Super Saiyan 2, grade I/II/III -- Base x 100/150/250
  • Super Saiyan 3, grade I/II/III -- Base x 400/600/1000
  • Ōzaru -- Base x 10
  • Super Ōzaru -- Base x 4,000
  • Hitōzaru (SS4) -- Base x 8,000
  • Saiyan (Divine Ki) = Base
  • Saiyan God -- Base x 200,000
  • Super Saiyan God -- Base x 400,000

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D4rkS7ar013 Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2017
I noticed you mentioned that Super Saiyan 4 allows a Saiyan to fight at their greatest potential, but you also gave it an x8000 multiplier (makes sense to me considering how badly 4ku pummelled super baby vegeta). Hypothetically, if a saiyan achieved the Saiyan or Super Saiyan God transfomation, would their new potential be taken into account if they also had Super Saiyan 4/Hitozaru?

The Wiki and the guides give the idea that Super Saiyan 4 is akin to Gohan's 'Potential Unleashed', and it makes me curious to know which form would actually be a manifestation of a Saiyan's full strength, if they had access to both Hitozaru and Super Saiyan God. 

Or does Hitozaru have a fixed multiplier at all times?
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Edited Apr 8, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
It's their greatest natural potential, anyway. God forms aren't something that be naturally reached in the project; you need divine help. However, that "potential" just means it's the natural form with the highest multiplier. The guides state a similar maximum potential line, making it sound like it draws out all their hidden power...but they said the same thing about SS3 in Daizenshuu 7 before SS4 debuted, and most of us know it was later given the x400 multiplier. So I don't think the statement is supposed to be taken literally and the form shouldn't be treated like an actual potential unlock technique.
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D4rkS7ar013 Featured By Owner Apr 9, 2017
So in short, Super Saiyan 4 would be behind Saiyan God, or Super Saiyan God, and wouldn't use their power, with two reasons backing it:

1) Their "Divine" Ki is not naturally developed, so even if Super Saiyan 4/Hitozaru was a potential unleash, it can only unlock a Saiyan's natural ki which they were born with, not the full potential of the God ki they attained later in life

The only thing that really contradicts this is Vegeta in DBS Anime, where he trains himself to the point of turning his normal Super Saiyan into SSB, from which one could infer that he had the potential to become SSB from birth. And -possibly- the Manga, although the Manga doesn't cover RoF, and we don't know exactly how Goku or Vegeta attain SSB, other than that Goku had the Red God form, and through that he was able to attain Divine Ki. It's assumed by some that Vegeta went through the ritual and also got that form, but these are both moot in your DBR continuity since attaining Divine Ki is different from the main series.

2) Super Saiyan 4 may not actually be a 'Potential Unleash'. Super Saiyan 3 was considered as such once, and then it was given a base multiplier. Super Saiyan 4 also has conflicting sources that both give it a multiplier but then also call it a 'Potential Unleash'.

I get this explanation, I actually don't have a counter to it, and it wouldn't matter if I did. I was just curious about how the forms would work.

Kinda off topic, but I'm kinda sad seeing that SS4 will likely not make a return ever in modern DB, because to me, it felt unique in a way that SSB/Super Saiyan God doesn't. I like the idea of the characters (in the DBS Anime), training their Super Saiyan forms and (re)mastering them to the point of being able to tap into God ki, but Goku and Gohan, and presumably Trunks and Vegeta ALREADY mastered Super Saiyan waaaaay back in the Cell Saga, or in the case of Vegeta and Future Trunks, not long after. It felt weird that suddenly Super Saiyan was once again an unmastered form, and it felt lazy that the newest form was basically the fan made Super Saiyan 6 or whatever, but on Super Saiyan and not Super Saiyan 3. SS4 felt believable since it didn't seem likely that any saiyan could just attain the form, whereas the 'ritual' in DBS for SSG/Saiyan God just feels....off. 6 Pure Hearted Saiyans? Remember the last time something required a 'Pure Hearted Saiyan'? That was Super Saiyan. Now everyone is a Super Saiyan, and the 'Pure of Heart' requirement was dropped. It doesn't really have it's roots in the history/background of the Saiyans, atleast as far as we know (until DB Minus and recent materials decided to change how Saiyans acted), and it feels like any group of 6 Saiyans that just happened to hold hands could have done it if they were 'righteous' enough, by accident. In a way, Super Saiyan 4 seems more 'Legendary'/'Mythical', than Super Saiyan God, in that it can't be accomplished easily. The Super Saiyan, and Oozaru forms make sense to me, when you consider what the Saiyans are, and the Super Saiyan 4 form is bringing the concept full circle, combining the control and calm of a 'Human heart' with the rage of an Oozaru/Super Saiyan, turning it into the focused and directed fury that is Super Saiyan 4. It looked drastically different from the users normal form, and from what we know of Super Saiyans, but it fit with Saiyans being 'space ape warriors', and in terms of what it meant symbolically, it fit with the idea of Super Saiyan, and Oozaru. I don't really see that with SSG or SSB. The only new form I really felt at home with was Trunks' Super Saiyan Rage, which felt like a natural progression from Super Saiyan 2, rather than what we know as Super Saiyan 3. It actually felt as though there was finally a crossing point between the Lore of Super Saiyan, and divine ki.
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Zayarts Featured By Owner Apr 8, 2017  Student Digital Artist
I love your work man. keep it up
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JordanMcFIghter Featured By Owner Edited Mar 14, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Though I must ask why is Black's FSSJ yellow when the SSJ form is white?
Shouldn't Black's FSSJ be more of a white glow rather than a yellow?
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Edited Mar 15, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Only the hair becomes white; the aura remains yellow on the non-god forms. So Black's hair is still black, being tinted brown by an extremely dense yellow aura.

At least that's the current plan. This stupid thing is ever evolving.
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 21, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Changed my mind. I Bebi Vegeta would look better without the yellow aura, and changed the impure Super Saiyans to purple. 
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JordanMcFIghter Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Okay I see
But why doesn't Black have a SSJ4 or "Hitózaru" form?
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Read the notes.
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JordanMcFIghter Featured By Owner Mar 15, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Okay I see thank you for answering 
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JordanMcFIghter Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017  Hobbyist Artist
Awesome!
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NeoDCU Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017
So Bebi's Ōzaru form will be white just like the one shown here?I'd love to see one day an image of him like you did with Gogeta and Broli's Ōzaru transformations,if and when you'll have time obviously
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 14, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Fanart was already done of it a long time ago: pre06.deviantart.net/d711/th/p…
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NAGA909 Featured By Owner Edited Mar 14, 2017
Super Saiyan Rage seems to be a natural progression from Super Saiyan 2 then Super Saiyan 3 as it comes from great anger, compared to Super Saiyan 3 which is only obtainable from training. If anything Super Saiyan Rage is a true Super Saiyan 3 Because of this. 

Another thought, Hitozaru is shown in GT to get a power-up from multiple Saiyans in a way similar to Saiyan God, theoretically this could mean a Hitozaru God transformation is possible. Hitozaru Gogeta is even seen with red hair. 
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UberDarkGuardian Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2017
What happened to that odd middle form between SSJ and SSJ God? Or is that a TBD transformational gap lol
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 13, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
That was where I had stuck Rage while waiting to decide what I was doing with it.
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DragonLordJesus Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
This is fantastic, great work!! Completely slipped my mind that the concept of Goku Black is quite simpler to Bebi Vegeta lol. Now that does beg the question, and i would like to get your opinon, if Zamasu or Bebi were to steal the bodies of Goku and Vegeta respectfully after they  achieved the Hitozaru transformation, would they be able to access it? Or would there corruption of the saiyan body cut off access? (This does include the possible chance of stealing the body in mid transformation)  
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Edited Mar 11, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
At least for me, it doesn't matter if they possess them before or after the transformation. It would still result in the same state of disconnect that interrupts the harmony required to achieve and maintain the form. So the Saiyan's body would either be prevented from transforming or forced to revert; whichever is relevant to the situation.
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DragonLordJesus Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Interesting, thanks for the opinion!
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DragonLordJesus Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Theoretically speaking of course
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DragonRikaZangetsu Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Very nice rewamp of the chart, I like that you added Zamasu's version of each form. Also I like how you remade the Super Oozaru look. Keep up the good work :)
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Naruttebayo67 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
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rehbeh Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017  New Deviant
Very nice, the connection with Bebi and Black's form is a nice touch.
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connordragon Featured By Owner Edited Mar 9, 2017
I like the whole impure Saiyan forms concept you have made to better explain why forms are different despite being the same person
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NdelGenesis Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
I just remembered... Grades change the hairstyle as "levels" do so why you draw their hairstyle exactly like regular SS's? I know wasn't noticeable in the anime because Toei's shitty drawing changes how Goku hair looks every minute but was pretty obvious in the manga.
s14.postimg.org/4dzaehzbl/SS_g…
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
It was noticeable in the anime. I've just always chosen to ignore it. Everything stated about the grades says they aren't proper "transformations", the Saiyans are just manipulating their muscle mass with ki to inflate nerves or whatever. That's not a great reason to alter hair as well...so I don't. Makes my life easier.
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NdelGenesis Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
So do you think Grade 2 Vegeta is only physically stronger than SS Vegeta?
Also SS2 and SS3 aren't even proper transformations as well, Toriyama said are nothing more than "powered-up variations of Super Saiyan". I see no difference, I think of grades as a different way to power up the SS while "levels" are another one.
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
No. The multipliers on this chart already suggest I don't. However the increase isn't really natural, it's forced.

Toriyama said a lot of things during the Battle of Gods promotion period. Some of which contradicted existing info and continues to still apply, some of which was applied and then contradicted by later "F"/Super info, and some of which was just outright ignored to begin with. I'm doing the latter and making a hard distinction. 1-2-3 are unique, sequential transformations only Saiyans can do. While the process of achieving the grades, even if there are differences in the details for them, could probably be accomplished by any race capable of ki manipulation. 
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NdelGenesis Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017
How can SS3 be a "really natural" form? Both ways follow the same pattern, upgrade the balanced SS form in exchange of some defect which become too much disadvantageous when you go to the "3" version. The hair change is stupid but is stupid whatever upgraded form you use.

Why do you think that? Cell had saiyan cells if you think he use an actual "grade" form and is the only one with a "musculated form" ever compared to Grades, while Freeza musculated state precisely comes from not control his ki properly (so its real ki controled form isn't supposed to look different as we see in FnF) and we know Turtle Hermit ki control isn't good either since he never trained with Popo or God.
I know when we are talking about Toriyama we must to ignore some things he said if we want a consistent story but I don't really see any problem with "Levels" being subforms as Grades are, but the opposite. I think is consistent with we see in the original manga and DBS ("3" versions being total failtures, "2" versions still usable", balanced forms being the right way to train, being still stuck in "SSB1" instead force the form again, etc).
Well... I think I'm just complaining about you having a different interpretation of Toriyama work from mine, sorry for that.
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 11, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
SS originally increased all stats, but consumed stamina and caused a "restless" feeling. SS2 does the same thing, just a bit worse. SS3's drain isn't a new problem, unlike the grades, it's just an exaggeration of one that already existed (but was mastered for SS). It's a natural progression.

Nothing about "A power-up where every nerve is concentrated, sending ki throughout the body and inflating the muscles." is exclusive to Saiyan biology. Cell is the only one directly shown to use it, but someone could probably make a case for every buff form to tie back to this in some manner. Maybe accidentally doing the buff thing to access their reserves because they dunno how to do it properly? IDK, it's not really the point. But if Trunks can accidentally create a Genki Dama and turn it into a sword without knowing anything about the technique,...well, nothing is truly off the table anymore. (That's only partially a joke.)

In that same batch of info, Toriyama said that Goku absorbed the power of SSGod and that we probably wouldn't see SS2 or SS3 because Base/SS would be best (from the pre-existing forms at the time) to increase his strength...except all that got tossed out the window when he started writing "F" and moved onto the Universe 6 material and beyond. There seems to have been a soft retcon to reverse the absorption of SSGod's power, and we've seen SS2 and SS3 quite a bit considering his statement. I used to put stock in it, but I just don't feel much of anything said about forms or power during that period applies anymore. It was something relevant to the period it was written, pre-Super, but now it's better left ignored.

Different people have different interpretations. While that can be super annoying, because we're fanbase so divided on many things fundamental to the series rather than being on the same page, it's also part of the fun. Plenty to discuss
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Kira192015 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
I could have missed something when reading the descriptions, but if Hitōzaru is not part of the linear Super Saiyan transformations, is it possible that one could transform from the Hitōzaru state, or is that going into Dragon Ball AF territory?
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
It's covered/implied in that text mess. Hitōzaru is technically a hybrid form of Ōzaru and Super Saiyan, and since the latter serves as a catalyst for the transformation process, it can't be used again afterwards. 

If it helps, think of it like Lego. You build something representing an Ōzaru out of brown bricks, and something representing Super Saiyan out of yellow bricks. Hitōzaru uses bricks from both items that were built. Therefore you don't have all the pieces to the Super Saiyan "thing" afterward, because they're being used elsewhere.
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Kira192015 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
So basically Hitōzaru is the be all end all of the transformations?
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Yeah, unless something official comes out that is set after GT and changes things by adding another new form after it.
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Kira192015 Featured By Owner Mar 10, 2017
Okay. It makes sense now!
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Teoma-The-Naraotor Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017  Student General Artist
If you were to explain the process of the Super Saiyan transformation in a science/biological view how would you see it ?
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ERICKRIVERA225 Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
se imaginan un black goku ozaruu
vs goku y vegeta
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supersaiyan3goku Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I've been curious. Super Saiyan can't be combined with Kaioken because of the strain, but SSJB (Your Super Saiyan God) can take it for a short time. What about Hitozaru? It alters the body to better adapt to a four thousand fold boost, and seems like a new base form with now higher levels. Could Kaioken be used as naturally with Hitozaru as it is used with base form?
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Feb 26, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Maybe. Dragon Ball Fusions has SS4 Goku using a "Maximum Kaio-ken" technique. I don't know what the intended multiplier is (the one in the Slugg movie is suggested to be x100 in guides), but I don't want to bloat battle powers too much if I do end up using it. So I guess the multiplier would have to be decided after looking at the surrounding material, but I can't really account for GT era stuff with Super still running right now.
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Demigodofshinigami Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017
I mean, even if Kaio-ken could be stacked with Hitōzaru to the x20 version, Saiyan God would still be 25% stronger than it. 

Plus, seeing as how you're maxing out God Kaio-ken to the standard x2 boost, you could probably just do the same thing with a hypothetical Hitōzaru Kaio-ken. 
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 9, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
It's not a matter of keeping the god forms stronger. It's how much more their bases are going to increase, and what that will do to the intended strength gaps I had originally portioned out. (Character A compared to Bad Guy B compared to Fusion C compared to Super Bad Guy D, etc.)
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UberDarkGuardian Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2017
I stand by my thoughts that that is actually a misprint and it's supposed to be Kaioken x10 or something, kinda like how Tree of Might was supposed to be x10 but the english version says it's x20 (which is silly, consistency considered). There's no way that Kaioken x100 wouldn't rip Goku in half or something (especially if he only takes it x20 against Freeza and Cooler)
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Mar 3, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
Eh, it's from a movie. They didn't really care about logic.
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RageVX Featured By Owner Feb 25, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I always saw Broly's form as a Grade III Super Saiyan without the loss of speed. It can curbstomp a Super Saiyan but gets wrecked by a Super Saiyan 2. And that Legendary Super Saiyan 3, is just the most silliest shit ever created, also his "SS4" form being super bulky LSS form is also stupid. 

I like your statement on Hitozaru, I started to explain it to people aswell that it's part of the Oozaru transformation line and not the Super Saiyan.
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I see someone is using their head when it comes to Broly and not being a fanboy of him. I also like TDC's revision of SSJ4, Hitozaru. Not only the name makes sense, but if he were a writer of Dragon Ball officially, I could see him putting A LOT of questions people have about the series to rest. 
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RageVX Featured By Owner Mar 16, 2017  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I fully agree on this.
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ramasioti Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2017
I love the forms and your explanations. The only one that I don't get is the Super Ozaru's multiplier. Why does it multiply 4,000 times the base form if the multipliers of regular SS is 50 and Ozaru is 10?

But other than that It's still awesome
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The-Devils-Corpse Featured By Owner Feb 11, 2017  Hobbyist General Artist
The project sees Super Saiyan as a mutation of the Saiyan's genetics, including the Ozaru gene. Saiyans can push the Super Saiyan form further (to SS2 and SS3) by tapping into their Ozaru power a bit more for each form. That's where the extra multipliers come from, and why SS3 gains the brow ridges, massively increases hair length, etc.

Even though part of SS3's multiplier comes from the Ozaru form, when properly used together, the forms output is greater than their individual parts. So even if the Saiyan hasn't unlocked SS3, if they become a Super Ozaru, the form will still utilize all that potential and give the 400x10=4000 boost.

And..all of that is a very roundabout way of saying I had to come up with a reason in-universe to try and give some logic to my battle powers for Bebi Vegeta and SS4 Goku's transformations in my project. A x500 boost just was nowhere near enough.
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