Ssbstomps cause ssr it Lacks in strength but strong in ki cause thats why ssr goku black was able to beat ssb vegeta but if ssr is stronger ssb, but Kaioken combined with ssb with kaioken curbstomp ssr
Because I could say the same about Base vs Super Saiyan 1. Yes, Base is more "efficient", but SSJ1 is 50x stronger. So it really wouldn't be a choice in this example - either your opponent is at SSJ1 level, and you MUST transform to stand a chance. OR, if your opponent is much weaker than SSJ1, then you would STILL transform, because you can end it quite quickly.
The only way that it would be rational to choose between using SSR and SSB is if it will be a long fight, AND the difference between the SSB/SSR is not that much - definitely not close to 2x (think SSJ2 Gohan v SSJ1 Gohan).
Last edited by Placidity on May 7th, 2017 at 07:17 AM
It's hard to say exactly, but definitely nowhere in the ballpark of 50x. We know from the U6 tournament that SSB is in the ballpark of a ~10x multiplier on top of (post-Whis) SSJ. SSR is somewhere in between.
We do know is that a SSR has no chance of beating a SSB in a straight-up contest, though.
Last edited by NewGuy01 on May 7th, 2017 at 03:24 PM