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Top 10 saiyan transformation List from Dragon Ball Z / Dragon Ball GT / Dragon Ball Super

All saiyans can transform into Oozarus (Great Apes) when they look directly at the full moon.

The false Super Saiyan transformation is used only by Goku when he fights Slug in the “Lord Slug” Movie.

The Super Saiyan transformation is used by Goku, Vegeta, Bardock, Gohan, Goten, Trunks and Broly.

The transcended Super Saiyan transformation is achieved by Vegeta and Future Trunks in the Cell saga. It is an intermediate transformation between the SSJ1 and the SSJ2 state.

As for the SSJ2 transformation, it is achieved first by Gohan during the Cell Sage and then by Goku and Vegeta.

The Legendary Super Saiyan form comes next and it is only achieved by Broly. This transformation is superior to the SSJ2 transformation since in the movie “Broly the Second Coming”, LSSJ Broly defeats SSJ2 Gohan before SSJ2 Goku, SSJ2 Gohan and SSJ1 Songoten defeat Broly with a combined Beam Attack.

In the Dragon Ball manga and anime serie, only Goku can transform into a SSJ3.

Then, in Dragon Ball GT, both Goku and Vegeta transform into Super Saiyan 4s. For Vegeta, he managed to become a Super Saiyan 4 with Bulma’s help while Goku can transform freely into this form.

And next comes the Super Saiyan God form which is a special transformation which requires the power of 6 pure-hearted saiyans.

And finally, the blue super saiyan transformation which is how look saiyans characters when they have god ki. This new transformation is seen in the DBZ Movie “The Revival of Freeza”.

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