- Who learns instant transmission?
- Why hasn’t Goku taught anyone the instant transmission?
- Who did Goku get trained by?
- Can Vegeta use instant transmission?
- Is Goku the only one who can teleport?
- Does Goku black know instant transmission?
- Who taught Goku the most?
- Can Vegeta do instant transmission?
Vegeta has been on Yardrat for awhile now training, and when things got hairy back on Earth, Dragon Ball Super made a big decision. After years of waiting, Vegeta has learned how to use Instant Transmission, and fans could not be happier for the hero.
In his case, it is because he accepted his proper father and Goku as his masters. They trained him since he was little, so it is only natural that he takes them on as mentors.
Goku is later trained by the martial artist Master Roshi, alongside a monk named Krillin, who later becomes his best friend.
On Earth, Goku is shocked Vegeta was able to use Instant Teleportation. Vegeta almost certainly won’t use Instant Teleportation again, but the fact he used it at all shows he’s just as capable as Goku when it comes to using spirit-based techniques.
Instant Transmission enables Goku to travel great distances in seconds just by concentrating on even the faintest ki signature and teleporting to its location. He’s used this technique to get himself out of trouble many times, but over the years, fans saw that Goku wasn’t the only fighter with access to this technique.
6 Goku Black After taking over Goku’s body, Zamasu gained access to his Saiyan powers and the techniques that by that point had become instinctive to Goku. When he and Goku fought in the future, Goku was shocked to see that he knew Instant Transmission.
Many of Goku’s signature techniques were learned while training under King Kai, the most notable being the Spirit Bomb that Goku has used consistently throughout the series, although usually without success. King Kai also taught Goku the Kaio-ken technique.
Vegeta was able to successfully pull the technique off, but voiced an open dislike for Instant Transmission, vowing to never use it again, mostly due to its association with Goku.