"Unleash a super-powered Ki Wave that fuses two techniques together! It's powerful, but also uses up a lot of Ki!"
Final Kamehameha (ファイナルかめはめ波 Fainaru Kamehameha) is a combination of Goku's Kamehameha and Vegeta's Final Flash used by Vegito. The move can also be created when Goku and Vegeta combine the Super Kamehameha and the Final Flash simultaneously.
First, Vegito puts both of his hands forward as if he were performing the Final Flash and then towards his side like the Super Kamehameha, combining the massive power of the Final Flash and the Super Kamehameha into one attack. Then, Vegito fires the attack, as it appears as a giant, blue energy wave (resembling the Super Kamehameha) with swirls of yellow ki (resembling the Final Flash), inflicting an enormous amount of damage.
Super Saiyan Blue Vegito uses this attack during his battle against Fused Zamasu in Dragon Ball Super. As Fused Zamasu grows more and more powerful due to his intense emotions, Vegito knocks Fused Zamasu away and proceeds to finish him off with the Final Kamehameha. Fused Zamasu emerges the attack unharmed and Vegito attacks him further, however he immediately defuses and Goku and Vegeta are then defeated. Having used the Final Kamehameha as Vegito, both fusees were drained of their energy which left Goku and Vegeta too weak to transform into Super Saiyan Blue again. In the manga, however, Vegito was unable to complete the attack before defusing.
During the Tournament of Power, Goku and Vegeta both went Super Saiyan Blue to finish off the Trio De Dangers, Goku used his Super Kamehameha alongside Vegeta's Final Flash to create the Final Kamehameha without having to fuse. Even the unfused version of the attack was devastating enough to easily overpower the combined attack of the Trio De Dangers, the Danger Triangle Beam, and momentarily stopping the battle that were raging in the background with everyone looking in awe of the powerful attack.
Video game appearances
Final Kamehameha makes its debut appearance in Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout and since then, it appears as one of Vegito's techniques in Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai, Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team, Raging Blast series, Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, Dragon Ball Z For Kinect, Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 and Super Dragon Ball Heroes. In Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle it is one of Vegito's Super Attacks. In the games, he holds it out like a Final Flash and moves it back like a Kamehameha, and then releases it in a golden-yellow colored beam (it is a blue and white color in the Raging Blast series and Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi).
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, the Final Kamehameha appears as one of Vegito's Ultimate Skills which the Future Warrior can obtain by purchasing it from the TP Medal Shop (which is open from Friday to Sunday). Though it is powerful, it uses up 5 Ki Bars to fire (in contrast both the Final Flash and Super Kamehameha only require 3 Ki Bars). Plus, the attack in the game does not look like the attack in the show.
In Dragon Ball Fusions, it can be learned as a special move by Vegito after reaching Lv 52.
- This is the first move to be introduced in video games that later appeared in the main series.
- This is also the first technique that can be used by either the fused character alone, or be a combined attack by the characters that are parts of the fusion character.
- Vegito performed a yellow energy blast similar to the Final Kamehameha in the episode "The Incredible Fighting Candy". However, he does not say the name of the technique, and it happens very briefly. This attack may have been the basis for the Final Kamehameha.
- In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, when used by a Future Warrior with Male Voice Option 8 (which is actually the voice of Curtis Arnott/Takahata101, voice of TeamFourStar's Nappa from the Dragon Ball Z: Abridged online parody series) he will shout "Last Kamehame-hoo!".
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Future Warrior 2: Male Voice Option 8
- ↑ "Dragon Ball Super" ep. 98 - "Oh, Uncertainty! A Universe Despairs!!"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22, 1995
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z: Shin Butōden, 1995
- ↑ 5.0 5.1 Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, 2016
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