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Why didnt Frieza destroy Namek immediately?
Frieza made a big mistake by killing Krillin, thus triggering Goku’s Super Saiyan transformation. Frieza held back too much power when attempting to blow up Planet Namek when he destroyed the planet’s core, hence why it took so long to actually blow up.
Is hit part of Frieza’s race?
Facial wise, he physically resembles members of the Frieza Race while they are in their final forms. Hit has lines framing his face with the skin on his face appearing in a lighter shade of purple.
Does Super contradict GT?
Dragon Ball Super takes place after Goku’s original story, and while the sequel doesn’t directly erase the GT anime, there are many inconsistencies. Dragon Ball Super introduces a host of new characters and concepts that contradict the widely-criticized Dragon Ball GT series.
Can DBGT be canon?
Given the series wasn’t written by Akira Toriyama and therefore is not a part of his original story, Dragon Ball GT isn’t considered canon to the franchise’s manga. That means Super takes place before the epilogue that ushers in the characters for Dragon Ball GT.
How does Frieza use his energy attacks?
In Dragon Ball Z, everyone has their own energy attacks, but Frieza seems to have an endless supply of them that he uses in combat against anyone who gets in his way. In his first form, he is shown to be able to shoot lasers out of his eyes and emit pure destructive energy from his form.
Is Frieza stronger than the other villains?
While each new villain in the series is far stronger than the next, Frieza is the only one given the opportunity to improve, and given the opportunity, he becomes one of the strongest fighters in the universe. From the time he showed up during the Frieza Saga, he has been the most feared and hated villain in the entire franchise.
Who has Frieza never taken down?
Based on the group of heroes that were spared by Whis, the only major characters Frieza has failed to take out are Master Roshi, Tien Shinhan, Bulma, and (probably) Goku. Frieza has managed to gain so much power in his lifetime that he proves himself to be something of a master at manipulating his ki.
What is Frieza’s true form in DBZ?
Frieza’s hypothetical true form is a form that appears briefly in Episode 83 of the anime, it is Krillin’s imagining of how Frieza’s final form will appear. It appears as a technique for Frieza in the Dragon Ball Z CCG under the name “Nightmare”. His fourth form looks much less intimidating than the previous three.