Majin Vegeta raises his index finger, middle finger, and thumb forward and fires a powerful bolt of energy at the opponent, inflicting a large amount of damage. The Final Impact looks similar to Vegeta's Maximum Flasher, except Vegeta is in Majin form when he uses the Final Impact.
Majin Vegeta uses the Final Impact during his battle with Majin Buu. The attack blows a hole right through the creature, but fails to inflict any lasting damage due to the pink monster's regeneration ability.
Appearances in gamesFinal Impact is featured in various Dragon Ball Z video games as one of Majin Vegeta's signature attacks, the other being Final Explosion.
The technique is named Atomic Blast (アトミックブラスト) in the Budokai series, Atomic Burst in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, and Baryon Ray (バリオンレイ) in Super Dragon Ball Z. This attack is also present in the game, Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors (ドラゴンボールZ 舞空闘劇) and it is Majin Vegeta's "Certain Kill" at 100% Ki. Atomic Flash (アトミックフラッシュ) in Dragon Ball Heroes used by Xeno Vegeta.
It is named Final Impact in the Budokai Tenkaichi series and the Raging Blast series. In the Raging Blast series, if the Final Impact collides with a beam, it will just pierce straight through it and hit the opponent rather than initiating a Beam Struggle.
- Final Blaster – Majin Vegeta fires a Final Impact that "bursts" into several bolts of energy. This is one of his attacks in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2.
- Meteor Burst – There are two versions of this move in Supersonic Warriors 2. The first version is done by Vegeta in his base form and involves him firing a small pink ki wave, inflicting an average amount of damage. The second version is done by Majin Vegeta, but this time, the Meteor Burst becomes yellow with drastic range.
- In the Budokai Tenkaichi and the Raging Blast series, when Majin Vegeta performs the attack, he yells "Nuisance!" However, he did not say anything when he used the attack in the anime.