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"A powerful combo that will overwhelm your opponent. Use it while transformed to easily break your opponent's guard."
Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Skill description

Impulse Rush is a physical rush attack used by Cabba.

Overview

IS 4

Cabba sending the opponent upwards

In order to use the attack, Cabba charges at the opponent and stuns them with a powerful punch. Then, Cabba unleashes a barrage of punches and knocks the opponent with one kick and then sends upward with a using his two legs. Cabba teleports behind the opponent in the air and knocks them down with a Double Axe Handle. To finish the assault, Cabba unleashes a huge barrage of ki blasts at the opponent.

Cabba used this attack in his fight with the Saiyan prince Vegeta during the Universe 6 vs. 7 tournament. When Vegeta begins to overwhelm Cabba and threatens to not only kill him but destroy his home planet, Cabba snaps and attains his Super Saiyan form. In the heat of his anger, Cabba uses the Impulse Rush rush attack on Vegeta, pressuring the Saiyan prince and forcing him on the defensive. Vegeta then withstands the attack and Cabba stops attacking, realizing he only acted harshly to goad him to transform as the form is triggered by rage.

Video game appearances

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Cabba preparing to fire the energy barrage finishing blast in Xenoverse 2

This attack was named in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2 where it appears as Cabba's signature Ultimate Skill. It can also be obtained by the Future Warrior (Xenoverse 2) by purchasing it from the TP Medal Shop (open from Friday to Sunday) for 50 TP Medals. If performed while using an Awoken Skill transformation (Kaio-ken, Potential Unleashed, Turn Golden, and any of the various Super Saiyan forms), it can easily break the opponent's guard.[1]

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Trivia

  • In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, the name of this attack in the English version is apparently mistranslated as Impulse Slash, while in Japanese is Impulse Rush (インパルスラッシュ, Inparusu Rasshu). If it was Impulse Slash, then in Japanese it should be (インパルススラッシュ, Inparusu Surasshu). However it is possible that the attack was renamed at some point during the localization of the game.

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