The current vote among MANY a fan is that all evidence is pointing to current Goku as SSB is stronger than SS4. Which would mean that Beerus is far stronger than SS4 being that as a SSB, Goku still couldn't beat Beerus.
12% difference. If both are at 100%, and one's 100%=75% of Beerus, while the other's 100%=66 percent of Beerus, then the percentage difference between the two is 12 percent. Being that SSGSS is 50X SSG, then that means that SSJ4 is 12 percent weaker, then the strength of SSJ4 is 44X stronger than SSG.
So, in conclusion: Super Saiyan 4 IS stronger than Super Saiyan God and even stronger than Vegetto, and there no doubt about it.
Dragon Ball GT gets a bad rap in the Power scaling community. Because if you do some research then you find that Dragon Ball GT Goku is dangerously stronger, and even in his BASE FORM, he's stronger than even Beerus, the God of destruction.
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Acronym. Definition. SSJ4. Super Saiya-Jin Level 4 (Dragonball Z Universe)
Even so, it's clear that Super Saiyan God and Super Saiyan 4 are comparable in terms of power. It stands to reason, then, that Super Saiyan Blue as a form is significantly stronger than Super Saiyan 4. It would be like comparing Goku's base form to his first Super Saiyan form in terms of power.
When you look at Dragon Ball Super's timeline, there is no way for Goku to have even learnt Super Saiyan 4, The hero unlocked that transformation in Dragon Ball GT, and that show is set after Dragon Ball Super. If Goku refers to SSG as his fourth form, then fans are not sure why the hero would name SSJ4 as such.
Despite what one might assume from its numerical name, Super Saiyan 4 is not a powered-up version of the standard Super Saiyan form like 2 and 3 are. The only way to transform into a Super Saiyan 4 is to first transform into a Golden Oozaru, then gain control of it.
Couple of reasons: SSJ4 is a form that requires Goku and Vegeta to grow back their tails. Since that isn't happening any time soon, they can't access SSJ4. Broly's Wrath State is a direct homage to SSJ4, as he is as strong as a Great Ape, yet is still in his base form (which is what a SSJ4 essentially is).
Broly is only above SSJ1 and is far below SSJ 2 so he would stand no chance at all against even base Goku after the Buu arc let alone SSJ4 Goku.
No SSJ4 is not canon, and neither is Dragon Ball Heroes. The closest thing to SSJ4 in canon would be Broly's Wrathful form, and that's merely due to the nature of that form utilizing the Oozaru's power while Broly remained in his base form.
As the brother of Beerus and the Universe 6 God of Destruction, Champa is said to one of the strongest gods in existence. Despite his pudgy build, it's implied that he has a power that nearly rivals his sibling's. Champa has also been trained by Vados, an Angel who is even more powerful than her brother Whis.
Super Sayian was first shown in Dragon Ball GT. And GT is not canon. So, the original story is the one written by Akira Toriyama. Akira doesn't make SSJ4, so it is not the part of the original story.
The only way Broly could win is if Goku read all of the Harry Potter series during their fight,And Broly's power would increase over Goku's, but Goku cant read, so Goku wins.
Originally Answered: How strong will Broly become if Whis began to train him? MUI Broli would logically be two trillion times stronger than ssjb gogeta or a full power non ui god of destruction. The only person who would be able to match him would be MUI spin offs of himself: MUI Cumber, or MUI Ssj4 Dark Star Broli.
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