Turles shouts "I'm done with you!", and charges at the opponent to knee them up into the air. He then flies up to punch the opponent away and teleports above to kick them down to the ground. Just before the opponent hits the ground, he charges down and knees them in the stomach and double axe handles them into the ground. Finally, Turles stomps on the opponent's head and shouts "Die!" as he blasts them with a single purple energy wave or a barrage of energy waves that, upon hitting anyone or anything, causes a second larger wave of purple energy to erupt from the target or a large purple explosion, inflicting a huge amount of damage.
Turles uses parts of this attack during his battles with Piccolo and Goku in the movie Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might. While observing Goku's fight with his henchmen, Turles is ambushed and blasted by Piccolo's point-blank Special Beam Cannon. However, Turles withstands it and blasts Piccolo, defeating the Namekian. Turles later uses the Meteor Break's melee attacks to overpower Goku during their fight, after enhancing his strength from eating the Fruit of the Tree of Might.
Appearances in games
The attack is named Meteor Burst in the Budokai Tenkaichi series, where it appears as Turles' Ultimate Blast. It was later renamed Meteor Break in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2. In Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi, the move appears as a customizable super attack despite Turles not being in the game. In Dragon Ball: Xenoverse 2 it is Turles' Ultimate Attack and consists only of the blast he used against Piccolo. It's name has also been reverted to Meteor Burst.