Vegeta has long devoted himself to overcoming his opponent Goku in Dragon Ball, but it seems that the Saiyan prince’s efforts have become impossible.
Ever since Goku defeated Vegeta at the end of the first arc of Dragon Ball Z’s Saiyan Saga, the Saiyan prince has always been obsessed with and continuously sought to outdo his opponents for much of the series, by any means necessary. set. Although the friendship between the two characters grows more and more from this fierce rivalry, Vegeta still trains diligently to become the strongest warrior of the universe for a long time.
As Vegeta and Goku’s adventures unfold in the Dragon Ball Super series, it’s clear that Vegeta’s power will never surpass his longtime rival, but this is probably for the best.
In Dragon Ball Super, Goku and Vegeta are both trained by Whis, the Angel in the service of Beerus, the God of Destruction of Universe 7. This allows both warriors to use divine energy, combined with their status. their normal Super Saiyan form, allowing them to transform into Super Saiyan God and Super Saiyan Blue. While Goku surpasses Vegeta for achieving serenity in combat, leading to him mastering Infinity Instinct, the Saiyan prince’s potential is increasingly linked to the God of Destruction himself. This causes him to attain the powerful Ultimate Self, rivaling Goku in terms of power when two Saiyan warriors go head-to-head with the character Granola.
For Vegeta, the Ultimate Self has allowed him to harness the power he’s craved his whole life, empowering Vegeta through his absolute love of fighting and raw fury, the Ultimate Self has the ability to endanger those around him when he uses this state. However, Vegeta realizes that it is impossible to maintain his new state. The responsibility and power of the God of Destruction will make him change himself, having to give up his family and the current life that Vegeta has built since becoming a Z warrior in Dragon Ball Z. This is a point. makes the Saiyan prince different from Goku and better than the monkey.
While Goku certainly also loves his family and he spends most of his time with them since being revived near the end of Dragon Ball Z, Goku loves the feeling of fighting and the improvement in his physical strength. own strength above all things. He used to leave his family for a long time just to focus on his training, and even endanger the entire universe by always facing the most dangerous opponents.
The most prominent example of this is in Dragon Ball Super, when Goku proposes to hold a Tournament of Power, at which point the risk of Universe 7 being completely wiped out is quite high. This personality persists until the end of Dragon Ball Z, when he leaves his family behind to train with Uub, with the sole purpose of creating a worthy opponent for himself.
Goku is a hero and family man, but he is nothing like Vegeta, the Saiyan prince who has changed over the years. Although Vegeta lives on Earth to strive to surpass Goku and is quite angry that his own family stands in the way of that goal, he still cares for his wife and children, not wanting to leave them behind to achieve that goal. Get the power you’ve been wanting for a long time. Although this may have cost Vegeta many chances to help him surpass Goku for good, the Saiyan prince eventually accepted this fact, always prioritizing the important things in his personal life over the important things in his personal life. is power.
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