Dragon Ball Super may have notoriously poor pacing and animation flubs, but by the time it wrapped up its as-of-yet final arc, the Universal Survival Saga, the show was able to transform itself from something mediocre to a show worth watching for fans of the Dragon Ball franchise and even some newcomers.
Speaking of transformations, Super delivered an enormous amount new forms, along with a slew of old favorites, so we’re going to be tallying them up in our list.
Our criteria for the list is simple: any transformation, whether it debuted in Dragon Ball, Z, or Super, is eligible as long as it appeared in Super (or its movies) at some point. So that means that incredibly old forms such as Master Roshi’s Max Power or the now incredibly outdated Super Saiyan forms are game.
We’re also only judging transformations, not specific characters. So even though there are more than a handful of characters who go Super Saiyan 2, we’re looking at Super Saiyan 2 as a whole.
On the other hand, there are certain characters who go through unique transformations, which we’ll be addressing too.
Lastly, despite us using the term “worthless” in our ranking system, there is no transformation on this list that didn’t show its merits at least once, so you won’t find any shaming of favorite (or not-so-favorite) characters, just a cold look at the raw power their forms show off.
With that said, here is Every Transformation In Dragon Ball Super Ranked From Most Worthless To Most Powerful.
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