|Please note that this is the Dragon Ball Universe Wiki's article on the original artifact. If you are looking for the article on the variation on Earth then you should head to Dragon Ball (object). For other uses, see Dragon Ball (disambiguation).|
|Super Dragon Ball|
|Rōmaji||Sūpā Doragon Bōru|
|Other||Wish Orb (
Wishing Planet (
|Manga Debut||Volume 1 (Super), Chapter 6 (Super)|
|Game Debut||Super Dragon Ball Heroes|
The Super Dragon Ball (
The Super Dragon Balls are enormous, planet-sized Dragon Balls with a diameter of 37,196 km and perfect sphere in shape. They are light yellow in color and had red, five-pointed star markings which appear as stars from every angle.
Background and Usage
The Super Dragon Balls, according to Zunō, were created by the dragon god known as Zalama, in the 41st year of the "History of Gods" (
Wish Granting Capabilities
Because they are the original set of Dragon Balls, Champa implies that there are either less or no limitations to the wishes that the Super Dragon Balls can grant. This is demonstrated by Champa's desire to use the artifacts in order to switch the positions of the planet Earths in the Sixth and 7th Universes. Once a wish is granted, the Super Dragon Balls scatter across the twin universes. Beerus claimed he could destroy a universe if he wanted with the Super Dragon Balls, implying the orbs can grant any wish. However, the dragon spawned from these dragon balls, Super Shenron only speaks the language of the gods, as such only someone who speaks such a language can make a wish. The Super Dragon Balls lose their powers for a full year after a wish is granted like any Dragon Balls.
- The Super Dragon Balls share a similar characteristics to the Dark Dragon Balls of the anime series Dragon Ball GT in the fact they have a wider range of scattering after the normal Dragon Balls and the fact their Shenron is more powerful and thus has a wider range of wishes it can grant.
- Beerus originally speculated since the 6th Universe had Super Dragon Balls, the 7th Universe must also have one. This was later proven false as the Super Dragon Balls scatter across the two universes once a wish is granted. This suggests the Super Dragon Balls are the only known exception to the twin universe rule in which a universe must share an identical set with its twin.