|Appears in||Dragon Ball: The Mrovian Series|
|Similar techniques||Explosive Wave|
Explosive Shine is an energy technique used by Dogom and Cuber. The user releases a small explosion from his body in all directions, stunning the opponent. Explosive Shine is most frequently utilized in tandem with physical strikes to produce devastating rush combinations. Dogom's has been known to push opponent's away at a slight downward angle, while Cuber's vertically launches his targets.
Like his grandfather's, Baochoi's Explosive Shine pushes his opponents away at a slightly downward angle.
Rush attacks that utilize Explosive ShineEdit
- Infinite Explosive Shines – Dogom starts with a Drill Kick, followed by an immediate Explosive Shine that pushes the opponent away. He then follows the opponent with additional Explosive Shines, constantly knocking him/her/it away with each repeated Explosive Shine. Dogom eventually knocks the opponent into a cliffside, and then fires off barrages of Explosive Shines, with the occasional Drill Kick or Stun Blaster beam in between some Explosive Shines, pushing the opponent deeper into the wall. Dogom then reaches for the opponent with his right hand, grabs the opponent by the throat, and then tosses him/her/it behind him afar over the edge of another cliff. As the opponent attempts to fly back to Dogom, he drops over the edge of the lower cliff, jumps off of it, and then hits the opponent with one final Explosive Shine, incapacitating him/her/it. The intense gravity of Planet Vegeta then kills Dogom's opponent at the bottom of the canyon. Dogom specifically used this extensive sequence of attacks to kill the Tuffle commander Exitalia.
- Grounded Explosive Shine – Cuber grabs his opponent by the throat with his right hand, uses his another hand to help lift the opponent up over his head, slams the opponent into the ground, jumps over the opponent while firing a barrage of Stun Blaster beams downwards at the opponent, and then launches the opponent vertically with an Explosive Shine as he lands. Cuber uses this particular sequence in his fight against Tenrin.