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Omega Shenron(Dragon Ball GT Profile)

Updated on February 12, 2010

Omega Shenron

This is the ultimate of the ultimates, Omega Shenron. This is the form that Syn Shenron assumes after swallowing the Dragon Balls. He is dubbed "The Ultimate Dragon of Absolute Destruction".

At first glance, Omega Shenron's appearance doesn't look any different from that of his previous form, but there are actually a few changes after the transformation. A slight increase in his muscle-mass and height should be noted. The one-star Dragon Ball that was previously located on his forehead now appears on his chest along with the other Dragon Balls. His horns also appear to be more upright than they were before.

Syn Shenron was no match for the fully-energized Super Saiyan 4 Goku and was getting the run for his money. However, after swallowing the six Dragon Balls, Syn mutated into what he referred to himself as Omega Shenron, a being with all the abilities of the Shadow Dragons. With his awesome new power, he easily beats on Goku who was dominating him not long ago. By using the ability that he got from Rage Shenron, Omega Shenron survived the powerful Super Dragon Fist from Super Saiyan 4 Goku that seemed to obliterate him.

Later, Vegeta appears and also transforms into a Super Saiyan 4 with the help of the technology built by Bulma to assist Goku in subduing the rogue dragon.

Omega Shenron was ultimately killed by the Super Spirit Bomb which was fueled by the energy of everyone in the universe who knew Goku.

Power Level

Without Gogeta around, Omega Shenron is a hundred percent unstoppable, but due to Goku's superior fighting experience, he was still able to land a few hits on Omega. Omega Shenron is strong enough to take down two Super Saiyan 4s with apparent ease. His already superior strength as Syn Shenron was multiplied by approximately tenfold after devouring the corroded Dragon Balls, making his strength over ten times greater than Super Saiyan 4 Goku's. Omega Shenron can fire a powerful red energy-ball called the Negative-Karma Ball, a ball generated by the Dragon Balls from his chest which starts out as a gigantic power ball, which he then condenses into a much smaller ball and lets it go, which has more than enough energy to blow up planets bigger than the Earth several dozen times. The Negative-Karma Ball packs much much more energy than most energy-balls that have appeared before it, making it exponentially more destructive than the ones that Super Buu and Kid Buu launched during the last portion of the Dragon Ball Z series as neither Super Saiyan 4 Goku nor Vegeta can stop it. If the Negative-Karma Ball was only as strong as the one that Super Buu released, then Majuub would easily send it back up into space. In addition, the Negative-Karma Ball is much more dangerous than any energy-balls made by villains from the past because it not only destroys one planet, it can destroy the entire Solar System in one go as the negative-energy that it releases spreads through the blown pieces of the planet that is destroyed. Omega Shenron is undeniably the most powerful super villain in the Dragon Ball Universe, he nearly made Goku and Vegeta beg for mercy for the first time.


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      6 years ago

      Omega Shenron

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      Joel Acosta 

      7 years ago

      Who is more powerful Omega Shenron or Majin Buu?

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      8 years ago

      Great post... I really enjoyed it!

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