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Instantaneous Movement
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Alternate names Instantaneous Transmission
Debut "Nappa's Rampage"
Users Kami
Mr. Popo
Kibito Kai
Fortuneteller Baba
Kid Buu
King Horn
Class Movement techniques
Similar techniques Instant Transmission

Instantaneous Movement (Kai Kai) is a technique that allows its user to instantly teleport to another planet, place or person. Unlike Instant Transmission, the user does not actually need to focus on a specific energy signature to use as a target. This means that the user can transport anywhere within the universe.


Fortuneteller Baba and Kami only use this technique to transport people from the Other World to the living world.

Instantaneous Movement

Kibito using Instantaneous Movement

Kibito uses this technique after being resurrected to find Supreme Kai and Gohan, and take them to the Sacred World of the Kais. He uses it again to take Gohan back to Earth after the latter had his full potential unlocked by Old Kai.

Kibito Kai, who gathered this technique from Kibito when Kibito and Supreme Kai fused, uses this technique on many occasions: he used it to save Goku, Vegeta, Dende, Mr. Satan and Bee from being killed when Kid Buu blew up Earth, and later, in Dragon Ball GT, to save the whole population of Earth from the planet's explosion.


Kid Buu using Instantaneous Movement

Kid Buu learned this technique by watching Kibito Kai perform it (in the anime, Kid Buu's technique was called by the generic name Instant Transmission).

In the special Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy, Mamba uses this technique to teleport from the top floor of her house to the basement where Goku Jr. and Puck were.

Appearances in Video GamesEdit

Kibito Kai can use this technique in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 and the Budokai Tenkaichi series.