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Final Shine Attack

November 08, 2021 2 min read

Final Shine Attack

The Final Shine💥 Attack (ファイナルシャインアタック, Fainaru Shain Atakku, Final Shine Attack), is a derivative technique, more powerful than the Final Flash, used by Vegeta and one of his most powerful attacks in the 🐲Dragon Ball GT anime.

Mode of use

First, the user places his right hand to the side and charges it with a sphere of green energy. Immediately, he brings his arm forward and shoots the accumulated energy in the form of a powerful ki wave, creating a large explosion when it hits the target.

This technique can be performed in a different way: the user extends his arms out to the sides, Final Flash💥 style, and then brings them together to instantly attack the opponent with a fully charged energy wave.

Story

Ultimate Android Arc

Vegeta first used this attack in his Supersaiyan form during the fight against Super-17. After withstanding the enemy's devastating attack, demonstrating his new deadly technique, the Saiyan prepares the Ultimate Glow Attack, and launches it against the super Android, however, it doesn't affect him in the slightest, as Super-17 absorbs the attack.

Final Shine Attack

Bow of the Seven Evil Dragons

Later, Vegeta applied this technique with the Supersaiyan 4 transformation. Vegeta performs the Final Glow Attack with a stance similar to Final Flash, in combination with Son Goku's Kamehameha x10 in an attempt to destroy Super Yi Xing Long, though they were unsuccessful.

Appearance in video games

The Final Glow💥 Attack is used by Vegeta Supersaiyan 4 in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3, Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World, Dragon Ball Z: W Bakuretsu Impact, and also in the Budokai Tenkaichi series of games as Vegeta's strongest ultimate blast in that form. Also, this attack is a special technique of Vegeta Supersaiyan 3 and Froze in the arcade card game Dragon Ball Heroes.

It also appears, in 🐲Dragon Ball Xenoverse, as the ultimate attack of Vegeta Supersaiyan 4 (if you have access to the pre-sale bonus) and usable by the Patrolman (XV) by purchasing it in the Toki Toki City skill store, after purchasing the paid downloadable content, GT Pack 1. In this game the attack is very useful if the character has enough ki or if he is transformed into Supersaiyan, thus being able to abuse the technique and extend it. In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, it reappears as Vegeta's ultimate attack Supersaiyan 4 and that the Patrolman (XV2) can obtain in the TP medal store in Conton City, in the base game.

Final Shine Attack

Curiosities

  • Although Vegeta charges this move as a Final Flash💥, in his fight with Super Yi Xing Long, the position he takes when firing it is slightly different, particularly because of the placement of the hands, in which Vegeta exposes the open palms without bending the wrists, which makes the performance of the technique on that occasion become more similar to the Big Bang Kamehameha.

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