Energy Finger Beam

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The Energy Finger Beam (指先 から 気功波, Yubisaki Kara Kikōha; Literally meaning "From Fingertip Spirit Work Wave") is an energy wave attack used by many fighters. The user holds out their fingers and releases small yellow energy beams from their fingertips.


Dragon Ball Z

Kid Boo used a variation of the Energy Finger Beam very similar to Super Boo's Finger Vanishing Beam to kill Alphans during a flashback, as well as to destroy planets, in the episode "True Saiyans Fight Alone".

Dragon Ball GT

Omega Shen Long used this attack in Dragon Ball GT to prevent Goku from getting his vision back. After that, he instantly fired a second energy beam to kill Goku, but Nuova Shen Long got in the way to save him and was killed. He also used it multiple times against Goku, as well as using a continuous version of the attack. Omega also used a red finger beam variation similar to Kid Boo's Energy Finger Beam against both Goku and Vegeta in their Super Saiyan 4 forms.


Future No. 17 and Future No. 18 killing Kuririn.
Freeza charging the Energy Finger Beam in Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans.

The Energy Finger Beam was a signature move used by the Artificial Human duo of Future Artificial Human No. 17 and Future Artificial Human No. 18 in Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks. Future No. 17 and Future No. 18 used this attack in various occasions during the film. This attack debuted during Kuririn's assassination. They executed this attack many times during the destruction of Metro West and its people and in the battles against Future Son Gohan and Future Trunks Brief.

Salza used this attack in Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge. Salza could even use the one-handed version, the Banshee Blast.

Freeza used the Energy Finger Beam in Dragon Ball: Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans.

Video games

It appeared in the Budokai Tenkaichi video game series where No. 18 uses the attack to end her rush attack, the Sadistic 18.

It later appeared in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast.

Data books

It is named Yubisaki Kara no Shōgekiha (指先 から の 衝撃波, Yubisaki Kara no Shōgekiha) in Dragon Ball: Daizenshū 7.