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Vegetto's Final Kamehameha
Final Kamehameha
ファイナルかめはめ波 Fainaru Kamehameha
First Appearance
Manga Debut Chapter 23 (Super)
Anime Debut DBZ272
Game Debut Dragon Ball Z: Hyper Dimension
Type Ki Manipulation Technique
Sub-Type Basic type
Class Offensive
Range Long range
Related technique(s)

The Final Kamehameha is a powerful Ki Manipulation Technique used by Vegetto, and one of his most powerful techniques. It is a combination of Vegeta's God Final Flash and Son Gokū's God Kamehameha into an ultimate technique.


Vegetto was never able to utilise this technique properly in the manga, as it built up too much energy for his fusion in the manga when he tried to use it against the fused Zamasu, causing it to become unstable.

In the anime, during his fight with the evil fused Majin Boo, Vegetto used this technique. When used against Majin Boo, it creates a powerful golden sphere of ki, which incinerated the creature, destroying his lower half of his body, right arm, and inflicting severe damage.[1]

Once again, in the anime, during his battle against the merged Zamasu, Vegetto utilized this technique. Placing both hands apart, akin to the Final Flash, Vegetto then cups them at his sides, akin to the Kamehameha, and charges a powerful sphere of energy. Declaring the name of the technique, he releases a powerful blue blast of ki, crackling with a powerful lightning accent. When colliding with the target, it creates a powerful explosion. Despite having no noticable effect on Vegetto's energy reserves, it depleted the energy needed to maintain the fusion and deprived both Gokū and Vegeta of their powers, leaving them unable to transform.[2]


  • The name, and Vegetto's method of performing the technique in Dragon Ball Super, come directly from the Dragon Ball Z video games. Additionally, when it first appeared in Dragon Ball Z filler, the technique was released a powerful sphere; in the games, it became an energy beam, and this was also carried over to Dragon Ball Super.
  • The Final Kamehameha was not used in the manga; Vegetto defused before he could fire the technique, though he did call it by name.
  • In the anime, the technique used up the energy that was used to keep Veggeto fused. In the manga, it was stated charging up this technique caused the fusion to become unstable.


  1. Dragon Ball Z episode 272
  2. Dragon Ball Super episode 66