|Flame Shower Breath|
Fureimu Shawā Buresu
|Alternate names||Evil Breath|
|Debut||"The Warrior's Decision"|
|Inventor||Grand Supreme Kai|
|Users||Grand Supreme Kai|
|Color||& or & or & or &|
|Similar techniques||Crimson Scream|
Flame Shower Breath (フレイムシャワーブレス) is an attack Majin Buu inherited from the absorbed Grand Supreme Kai. Grand Supreme Kai was the first user of this technique, as seen during a flashback in the episode "End of Earth" when he used it against Ultra Buu.
First, the user inhales a huge amount of air and strongly exhales it, creating a huge gust of wind similar to a hurricane that can level a city. A smaller version, called Super Breath, can be used to knock a group of people over, as seen when Majin Buu used it in Dragon Ball GT. Evil Buu also used this attack (or the Super Breath) to deflect Majin Buu's Chocolate Beam back at him (technique called Buresu ni Yoru Henka Biimu-gaeshi, lit. "Deflecting the Transfiguration Beam with his Breath", in the Special Attack Index of Daizenshuu 7). When used by Grand Supreme Kai, his breath cuts Buu into squares and causes him to explode.
Appearances in Video GamesEdit
The technique appears in several fighting games. In the Butōden series, Majin Buu's version is called Majin Breath, while Super Buu's version is called Evil Breath. Majin Buu uses this technique during his meteor attack in Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension.
It is called Innocence Cannon (イノセンスキャノン) in the Budokai series and Dragon Ball Heroes, Hell Bliss in the Supersonic Warriors series (in Supersonic Warriors 2, "Innocence Cannon" is the name of another technique), and Hazard Breath in Super Dragon Ball Z.
The technique was named Flame Shower Breath in the Budokai Tenkaichi series.