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Prominence Flash

Why the heck is Prominence Flash listed as a variation of Gamma Burst Flash when it's clearly a variation of Final Flash, it shares as many similarities as with Final Flash as it does Gamma Burst Flash. Just wondering what the reasoning behind this is since it makes no sense to me. Tenevhrael (talk) 04:22, July 16, 2019 (UTC)

Because before the attack is fired, ki is gathered up in separate hands similar to gamma burst flash that is why it is listed as a variation of gamma burst flash. Unlike Final flash where the users generate ki around the body and generates the attack when the arms are thrusted in a forward position along with the bottom of the palms being placed together before discharging the attack (ready to fire sign) and you only see a ball of ki once Vegeta is ready to fire the attack (Sosuagwu17 (talk) 05:16, July 16, 2019 (UTC))

That is a similarity with Gamma Burst Flash I was already aware of, I however would like to point out that within the game Final Flash does generate two balls of ki on either hand first before being placed together to fire the attack (which does have a much more similar hand gesture to Prominence Flash's firing gesture than Gamma Burst Flash) so it being a variation of Final Flash would still be consistent with game lore, as least as much as it being a variation of Gamma Burst Flash. After thinking about it some more, my argument isn't that Prominence Flash should be a variation of Final Flash or Gamma Burst Flash per se, it kind of seems like it's own thing as it's kind of a halfway point between the two attacks as it starts with Gamma Burst Flash's charging stance before transitioning to Final Flash's firing stance. However, after being given time to mull it over, it being a Gamma Burst Flash variation is concrete enough that I'm happy to drop my opinion on the matter. Tenevhrael (talk) 08:09, July 16, 2019 (UTC)

Okay thanks for understanding. (Sosuagwu17 (talk) 04:50, July 17, 2019 (UTC))

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