This attack is used by the Androids in Future Trunks' timeline, during their second battle against Future Gohan After the two androids knock down Future Gohan to the ground, they try to attack him again but the Super Saiyan flips backwards a couple of times and fires his Super Kamehameha. 17 and 18 retaliate by firing the Non-Stop Violence energy beams, creating a Beam Struggle that they end up losing.
Android 15 and Android 14 use an attack very similar to the Non-stop Violence against Goku in the movie Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13!, as well as did Gale and Sheela to attack Goku (who countered with a Super Kamehameha), Pan and Trunks, and some time later Goten and Trunks to kill Android 19 in Dragon Ball GT. In promo for the arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes, the Saiyan Hero Beat is shown performing a combined Energy Wave technique with Goku that is very similar to the Non-stop Violence. This combined Energy wave attack can also be used by various characters in-game.
Appearances in games
Non-stop Violence was named in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2, where it is triggered by Android 17's Full Power Energy Ball; the opponent will block the attack, while the two Androids knock them to the ground before firing the technique. It also appears in Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi as his ultimate move. Android 17 and Android 18 use the attack to finish their Sadistic Dance technique in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle.