"Creates an orb-shaped Ki Blast in front of the character. The orb itself does not move. The motion before creating the orb counts as an attack. While this move comes out quickly, its power is somewhat lacking."
— Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Tutorial description
It is a short-range version of Maiden's Rage where Pan combines the two energy spheres created in each hand into an pink energy sphere in front of her. If the opponent is too close to the user when they are charging up the energy spheres, they will be damaged by the aura of energy that surrounds the user as they charge the spheres, making the technique ideal for close quarters.
- Z-Assist Maiden Blast - A variation of Maiden Blast used by the Future Warrior in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse when performing the technique while Pan is their current Master. The Z-Assist causes Pan's soul (which appears as an astral projection of Pan performing the technique) to go into the Future Warrior's body while they're performing it increasing the power of the Warrior's Maiden Blast.
Appearances in games
Maiden Blast was named and first appeared in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse as one of Pan's Ultimate Skills. It can also be learned by the Future Warrior by completing Pan's training as the Warrior's Master, Master Training Quest 03: "Mastery". If used while Pan is the Warrior's current Master the technique will receive a Z-Assist. Despite its name, this technique is not exclusive to females and can still be used by a male Future Warrior of any race.
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Maiden Blast returns as one of Pan's Ultimate Skills which the Future Warrior (Xenoverse 2) can learn by completing School Quest: "Lesson 3" to complete Pan's Training. Unlike Xenoverse the Z-Assist version does not appear due to that feature being absent in Xenoverse 2.