The ability to release life-force on a specific target area. Sub-power of Life-Force Attacks. Variation of Blast Attacks. Opposite to Death-Force Blast.
The user can release life-force over a specific target area causing great damage and/or delivering great shock waves of pure force.
- The user may have to use their own life-force as attacks.
- Nemu Kurotsuchi (Bleach)
- Mask De Masculine (Bleach)
- Users of Ki (Dragon Ball series)
- Hinako Ninomiya (Ranma 1/2); via circular form
- XII Razortime (Wakfu)
- Users of Spirit Energy (Yu Yu Hakusho)
Nemu Kurotsuchi (Bleach) using Gikon Jūrinjū, releasing 6% of her soul in the form of a destructive energy blast.
Mask De Masculine (Bleach) firing his Star Flash: Super Nova, a highly destructive blast of spiritual energy.
Piccolo (Dragon Ball series) can gather his ki into his body and release his Chōbakuretsumaha to create a massive blasts with him as the nexus.
Son Goku (Dragon Ball series)
Raditz (Dragon Ball Z) can gather his ki into his hand and throw his Saturday Crush, a powerful energy blast that homes in on its targets.
Nappa (Dragon Ball Z) can gather his ki into his hand to create his Bomber DX and release it in the form of a devastating blast.
Vegeta (Dragon Ball series) can gather his ki into hand an unleash it in the form of his destructive Big Bang Attack...
...he also gather his ki into his body, essentially turning it into a bomb, allowing him to unleash his Final Explosion and create a destructive omni-directional blast.
Majin Buu (Dragon Ball Z) using a simple Ki blast that is powerful enough to obliterate Babidi's corpse.
Garlic Jr. (Dragon Ball Z: the Dead Zone)
After touching an opponent and taking their Spirit or Demon Energy, Genkai (Yu Yu Hakusho) can use her Spirit Reflection Blast to turn it against them in the form of a powerful blast.