Before the events of the series, one of the users of this form discovered that the form drains too much energy if in prolonged battle, and thus developed a way to use limited versions of this form. This is seen when a Chaos Drive is used to induce the Super transformation, or less than seven Chaos Emeralds are used to transform.
For each Emerald used, the user's multiplier increases by seven, with 1 Emerald being 7 times base power, 2 Emeralds being 14, 3 being 21, and so on.
Suppressed Super forms are used in either sparring situations or situations where a power up is needed to overcome an obstacle.
Commonly, when seven Emeralds' worth of Chaos Energy is used, the user's power level is multiplied by 49; however, there are two main exceptions to this rule.
In Episode 12, when Power Prof. transforms to a complete Super form, his suit was still unaccustomed to large amounts of Chaos Energy, and thus multiplied his power by 4 while still draining his power quickly.
In Sonic 3 and Knuckles, Tails uses this form with the use of the Super Emeralds, multiplying his power even higher while still draining at a regular rate. The increase was by 147 times base power.
Usage in CanonEdit
Its first usage in the series is by Power Prof. against the Saiyans, as previously noted. His usage of the form, however, was poor, leading to his defeat.
Later, Sonic, Shadow and Knuckles use this form against the Saiyans to test the extent of their fighting abilities, though at a lesser extent.
- Tails (with Super Emeralds)
- Power Prof.
- It seems that with the right training and conditions, the Super Form could out class a Super Saiyan.
- As stated by Corey, the Chaos Fighters easily could have defeated the E Fighters in Episode 15; but held back to test their skills without hurting them fully.