|Final Shine Attack|
|Other||Twinkle Beam Attack|
|Game Debut||Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3|
|Type||Ki Manipulation Technique|
The Final Shine Attack was most likely created some time after Son Gokū's defeat of Majin Bū, as Vegeta had never been seen using the technique prior to his battle with Super No. 17.
Unlike the Final Flash, which has only ever been seen using two hands, the Final Shine is typically charged with a single hand. Cupping the hand at his side, akin to a one-handed Kamehameha, Vegeta charges an energy sphere of emerald hue within his palms, and releases a vibrant blast of energy. One of the attacks trademark traits is its sheer luminescence; even the explosion itself was blinding. Despite the vast power of this technique, and Vegeta's confidence in the blast, Super 17 was unharmed by the technique.
Additionally, a Super Saiyan 4, Vegeta shows the ability to charge the technique with two hands, resembling its parent technique, the Final Flash. Whether the difference posture bears any changes to the attack's strength is known.