Each villain has been vital to the growth of the Z warriors in Dragon Ball. In addition to representing a threat, they have become the forgers of new transformations and have motivated stricter training to improve the level of fighting.
But rarely has one of the Z Fighters been seen to take the worst of a villain and then imitate that practice in another battle. That was something we had never seen in the stories written by Akira Toriyama.
Not that we’ve never seen it. It’s just that it happened and all this time we ignored it. At least, in this editorial house we had not seen it until the colleagues from Alpha Beta Play in a review.
Frieza negatively influenced the development of the battle against Majin Buu. In fact, we can assure you that if this eventuality that we are going to describe below, had not occurred in the Namekuseí arc, things against the last villain of Z would have ended much faster.
This was the influence of Frieza in the fight against Majin Buu
While the battle against the evil Buu was going on, the Z Fighters could have defeated him, but this villain managed to get out of trouble.
In the first it was against Gohan. The young Saiyan surpassed him in power, but in an oversight he was absorbed by a pink piece of his body that was hidden.
And in the second it was with the fusion between Goku and Vegeta with the Pothala Rings. Vegetto’s creation gave the heroes a crystal clear advantage that they squandered by being arrogant. How? Well, they began to humiliate the villain by fighting without their hands, only with their feet.
Where has this been seen? During the battle against Frieza. The Emperor of the Universe did the same against Goku. Clearly this memory, combined with Vegeta’s arrogance, influenced the battle that could have been over sooner if they didn’t play.