Final Explosion

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The Final Explosion (ファイナル エクスプロージョン, Fainaru Ekusupurōjon) is an offensive technique used against Majin Buu as a last resort by Vegeta in his Majin form. After bidding farewell to his family, as well as Goku and Goten, Vegeta released his entire energy and life force in a deafening scream, which causes an enormous, devastating golden-yellow explosion wave. In addition to turning his body into stone, this attack was able to destroy most of Buu's body, leaving only confetti bits behind. However, due to Majin Buu's regeneration ability, it was able to reform its body, rendering Vegeta's explosion and sacrifice pointless.


Dragon Ball Z

Vegeta using a similar attack, most likely the Super Explosive Wave, during the Vegeta Saga.

Vegeta also used a scaled down version of the attack during the Vegeta Saga against Goku. In this variation, Vegeta did not lose his life. It is named Super Explosive Wave in the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series.

Dragon Ball GT

During the Shadow Dragon Saga, Goku attempted to use the same move to finish off Omega Shen Long, but was stopped under the prompting of Vegeta, who was ready to execute his plan to join Goku as a Super Saiyan 4.

Video games

Final Explosion is named in the Budokai video game series.

It also appeared in dbz:legendery super warriors and when used only one bar of life is left and also does a huge amount of damge to the opponent

It later appeared in the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series and is Vegeta's Ultimate Blast in his Majin form.

It is named Vegeta Final Blast Bomb in Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22 and I'll Blow You To Pieces! in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors.

Its usage costs him nearly all of his health, with the exceptions being in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout, and Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World.

Data books

It is named Ultimate Final Skill in official books.
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