Dragon Ball Z Movie Villains Tv Tropes

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  • Black Star Dragon Ball Saga
  • Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge (Anime) - TV Tropes
  • Dragon Ball / Characters - TV Tropes
  • Dragon Ball Z Movie Villains - TV Tropes
  • Dragon Ball Original Series Villains / Characters - TV Tropes
  • 9 Anime Cliches that are Secretly Awesome

    Black Star Dragon Ball Saga

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    Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge (Anime) - TV Tropes

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    Random Tropes Random Media. Community Showcase Explore More. Page Actions Watch Random Characters. You need to login to do this. Get Known if you don't have an account. In order of appearance. See Dragon Ball Saiyans. See Dragon Ball Frieza's Empire. The Yardrats as they appear in Dragon Ball Z. A race that was destroyed by my old man. Planet Vegeta was originally inhabited by them, but when the Saiyans stumbled on their world, they wiped out all of the Tuffles, and took the planet for their own.

    The Demon Realm's Race. Voiced by Latin American: Voiced by French dub: Satan and the mother of Videl. She died not long after giving birth to her or "left", according to one English dub.

    She is never seen in the anime or manga, being only mentioned by Videl while training with Gohan during the early part of the Majin Buu Saga, and most information about her comes from Daizenshuu and Dragon Ball Full Color. This follows the theme naming of Mr. Even though she's described as a very nice woman, it is also said that she was "strong in her own way", which pretty much also describes her daughter Videl's personality in Dragon Ball Super ; while retired from fighting in favor of becoming a gentle wife and mother, Videl is shown to have retained her strong attitude, as shown during the Breather Episodes about the making of a Great Saiyaman movie.

    Never never seen in the anime or manga, being only mentioned by Videl. Satan; although he loves the attention he gets from other women, he never remarries. She's described as having passed away in every media she's mentioned except for one English dub, where Videl instead says that she "left" when complaining about Mr.

    Satan "Just because Mom left, it does not mean he can go out with all these women! She is described as having been a nice, friendly, gentle and kind woman. By the time she's first mentioned in the series, she's long dead.

    While no pictures of her are shown, she's described as bearing a striking resemblance to her daughter Videl. It's even said that she had the same hairstyle as Videl, only in inverse: She had short hair as a teenager before letting it grow as a singer.

    Too Good for This Sinful Earth: One can only assume Miguel's angelic qualities were a little too on the mark Gero's son The son of Dr. Gero, who served as a soldier of the Red Ribbon Army, and was killed in combat by a enemy bullet. He became the basis for Android This man was never mentioned in the manga or anime, only revealed in an interview with Akira Toriyama, and then finally being mentioned in Dragon Ball FighterZ.

    Implied, as he was a member of the Red Ribbon Army and became the basis for Android However, is unclear what his personality was like, as Gero made Android 16 soft on purpose. He was a massive mountain of muscle with a soft side for nature, if 16's any indication. His name has never been revealed. He has been long dead by the time Dr. Gero starts to make his move in the Android saga.

    Toriyama states he was killed by an enemy bullet at some unclear point in time before the Red Ribbon Army's demise by Goku, but fans otherwise tend to ignore this detail and think he was killed by Goku during the Red Ribbon saga, which is not the case it doesn't help that Dragon Ball Z Abridged goes by that route.

    It's safe to assume that he's a massive mountain of muscle, since 16, whom is based off him, is practically all muscle. Voiced by Latin American Spanish: Joana Brito Z and Movie Each fighter is the best of the best of their respective quadrants.

    Even the weakest of them gave Post-Cell Games Goku some trouble. Almost all the tournament fighters have some kind of quirk or gimmick about them. Some are quite feathered-brained. Make no mistake, however, that they are all heroes who earned the right to keep their bodies upon death and were trained by their respective Kai for hundreds if not thousands of years. All the fighters, save for Goku, are created exclusively for the anime. A surprising number of the contestants have out there personalties and quirks.

    They are all heroes who were deemed worthy enough to keep their bodies after death, so no one has any ill-intention for anyone, not even the aloof Pikkon. While all the contestants are powerful, they are all much weaker than Super Saiyan Goku and Pikkon.

    Even Olibu, the third strongest fighter at the tournament, didn't even make Pikkon remove his weighted clothes. Despite none of them being gods, they're much stronger then the Kais who trained them. Goku and Pikkon specifically surpasses the Grand Kai in power, although he tries to hide that. Yamil Atala Z and Movie See Dragon Ball Son Goku. By the way, how didn't you know of the Potara time limit?

    I'm sure your master told you about it Is because Grand Supreme Kai was a lax person Perhaps he didn't even know that they could be used for fusing in the first place. He fought Majin Buu without fusing and got absorbed This is just some fanboy trapped in his body.

    Dragon Ball / Characters - TV Tropes

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    Dragon Ball Z Movie Villains - TV Tropes

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    Dragon Ball Original Series Villains / Characters - TV Tropes

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