It's proven multiple times throughout the series that energy isn't used to make the Spirit Bomb. Goku even confirms during the Kid Buu Saga that, had he pulled anymore LIFE FORCE away from the people of Earth, they'd die. It doesn't work the same with energy, which just exhausts them, as we've seen many times before. 17 and 18's infinite energy supply would not have made the Spirit Bomb any stronger. ExyleCage (talk) 18:15, April 27, 2018 (UTC)
Vegeta's role was to actually defend Goku while he was gathering energy. Because if one actually pays attention (after his initial refusal), he saw Ribrianne about to fire an attack and he attacked back, thus protecting Goku. He then decided (reluctanly) protect Goku in case anyone else had the same idea. I really hope this will get through to Orion's head. He's been of an "edit war bug" lately and I don't like that.Rogeta234 (talk) 00:40, June 27, 2018 (UTC)
The way you word it makes it seem as though that was Vegeta's intent from the very beginning. It wasn't. It was clearly an after thought, and therefore doesn't have a place on this page until worded properly. ExyleCage (talk) 00:50, June 27, 2018 (UTC)
There seems to be a contradiction
The article here says that this version of the Spirit bomb "is the most powerful version of the Spirit Bomb," But on the Universal Spirit Bomb's article, it says that version "is the final and most powerful version of the Spirit Bomb used by Goku." So which one is it? Both versions can not be the most powerful version of this attack seen in the series. 0551E80Y (talk) 08:49, July 25, 2018 (UTC)
The one from GT is the most powerful. It draws energy from every living thing in U7. This one doesn't even have the power of 10 warriors. That was probably added by a GT hater.