Dabura puts his hand forward at a 90 degree angle and charges a reddish-pink energy sphere. Then, he fires the attack at the opponent, inflicting a lot of damage.
Dabura first uses this attack to kill Kibito, firing it from point-blank range, destroying him. Later, he uses it during his battle against Super Saiyan 2 Gohan; after teleporting and avoiding Dabura's Evil Flame, Gohan charges at Dabura and tries to punch him. However, Dabura avoids the attack using Afterimage Sorcery and then fires the Evil Impulse at Gohan, blasting him into a lake.
Video Game Appearances
The technique is named Ball of Death in Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 3, Happy Bomb in Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22, and Hell Blitz (ヘルブリッツ) in the Budokai series and Dragon Ball Heroes. It is named Evil Impulse in the Budokai Tenkaichi series, where it is one of Dabura's Blast 2. It is also used as Dabura's super attack in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle. Evil Impulse also appears in the Raging Blast series, Dragon Ball: Zenkai Battle, and Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z. In Battle of Z, a weaker version appears as Dabura's Blast Spark.
"Trick your opponent with an illusion and counter their melee attack with a powerful Ki Blast from behind!"
— Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 Skill description
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 as part of the Extra Pack 1 DLC, it appears under the name Evil Blast where it appears as a counter-attack move used by Dabura where the user uses Afterimage Sorcery and if attacked during the afterimage they will use vanishing to appear far away be behind the opponent and fire Evil Blast at the opponent, thus is performed in the same manner in Xenoverse 2 as Dabura did during his fight with Super Saiyan 2 Gohan. It can be obtained as a reward by the Future Warrior randomly in Parallel Quest 114: "The Majin Revival Plan" by defeating Dabura during an Ultimate Finish. Dabura also uses the version he used to kill Kibito as his grab throw.