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what if bardock lived through his encounter with Frieza and crash landed outside Goku's earth home and was able to meet his son then was. In Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku, he displays several . While in recovery after the platoon's return to Planet Vegeta, Bardock is met with what he. So bardock is kakarot's (goku) father. Bardock never met goku later on. After one of his battles, bardock started having premonitions of what may happen in the.
He shivered as the cold air touched his bare skin. He looked down at the display on the inside of the stasis pod and ripped the breathing mask off his face in anger. Frieza could've tracked down the rest of his race and exterminated them, by now!
His mind clouded over, and Bardock saw a vision of his son, Raditz It took Bardock a moment to recognize them: Prince Vegeta and his comrade, Nappa.
Apparently, Nappa had lost his hair in the past three decades, not that he looked very good before, either. Then, he'll have no choice. It'll take me a few years to get there from here. The last thing Bardock saw before the vision collapsed were the coordinates Raditz put into his pod's navigation controls. The little Prince is, too.
His pod could suspend him for long enough to get to Earth. After shutting the station back down, Bardock input the coordinates he recalled from his vision.
Apparently, Raditz was on the opposite side of space from where he was with relation to this "Earth," but his navigation system told him that he'd arrive there at roughly the same time. He honestly didn't know what to do when he got there, but he'd figure it out as he went along. As his pod sped off away from the now-vacant space station, Bardock initiated the suspension systems.
As the sedatives mixed with the air, Bardock drifted off to sleep, hoping to arrive in time to keep his sons from killing one another.
Another electric jolt awoke Bardock from his slumber. Checking his navigation systems, he was only a few hours from Earth. He could almost make out the trail that Raditz's pod left as it streaked toward the blue planet before him. Once again, Bardock's mind started to cloud over, and he felt the now-familiar sensation of a vision forming.
He saw his two sons face-to-face, poised for battle. Next to Kakarot was a green alien. He couldn't hear what they were saying, but Bardock got the distinct impression that Raditz and Kakarot were fighting.
This was later confirmed as they started to trade blows, the green alien joining in the fray shortly after Kakarot. Raditz easily outmatched the two of them, but Kakarot kept fighting hard as the green alien stood off to the side, charging some kind of attack.
A few minutes later, Kakarot got Raditz in a full nelson and yelled something inaudible to the green alien. The green alien unleashed his attack and a spinning, purple beam of energy hit Raditz in the chest and, soon, penetrated through both him and Kakarot and, in a moment, both were dead.
I'll be damned if I'm losing my sons, too! He might not make at the same time as Raditz, but he wouldn't be more than a few minutes behind him. On the planet, Goku was preparing to square off against this Raditz guy with Piccolo when he noticed an enormous ki speeding towards the planet. An instant later, something crashed into the ground, sending debris flying everywhere as the three warriors stared at the smoking crater.
As the dust settled, a Saiyan space pod could be seen in the middle of the crater. The front of the pod opened and out of it stepped the last person Raditz had expected to see: That's kind of lame, if you ask me.
He could've at least blamed it on his brother or something. He failed in his mission to destroy the life on this planet, and is now refusing to come with me! You'd be pissed off, too! Just rolled over for the bastard like good little dogs! Its our job to kill him, and yet, three of the strongest Saiyans left alive are little more than his yes men!
At least Kakarot has an excuse! Except that Frieza is stronger than all of us put together. Bardock tuned his scouter to that frequency. Your cowardice dishonours the memory of our people! His power level is 18,! Piccolo, what about you? Raditz, let the boy go. Walking over to his pod, he hit the release just above the hatch, allowing it to open. Gohan ran toward his father, and looked at the new man that was standing with them My wife's name is Chi Chi!
No matter, you think he might be a strong fighter? Earth women were apparently quite differently conditioned compared to Saiyan women.
That's why I destroyed ours, so the little Prince couldn't listen in on our conversations. Besides, you're my son, and Raditz knows that, if he causes any trouble, I'll smack him senseless.
Dragon Ball: Crazy Things You Didn’t Know About Goku’s Family
We might not need them against Vegeta, but they'd be useful against Frieza. Kakarot, you, me, Raditz, and the green guy will train since we're the strongest ones here. The others can train somewhere else so they don't get in our way. Together, we might just have a chance at this. Popo, but I bet they'd get a whole lot stronger like I did! Just don't slow us down when the fighting starts. Compare these feats to what we saw of Baby Trunks in the Cell saga.
Pan is actually threat, even as a babbling baby, Trunks just did normal infant things. Should Dragon Ball continue after Super, which it more than likely will, bet your money on Pan taking the spotlight in a big way. Instead, Gohan and Goten have always been more interested in living a grounded lifestyle away from the action Goku seeks out. Take Gohan for instance. The first thing we learn about him is that he wants to grow up to be a scholar. His entire arc in the Saiyan saga revolves around getting him to understand he needs to fight.
Not once does he actually want to fight. This is a theme that carries over through the entirety of Z and has its emotional peak during the Cell Games. Why risk your life when your dad can just save the day? Goku cares about his friends and family, but he and Pan connect on a deeper level. He treats her as an equal, has genuine fun with her, and puts his life on the line for her during GT.
Pan is the one person Goku consistently shows a delicate amount of care for. It makes sense if you think about it. The interesting thing is, this is actually a retcon. When the time came for a volume release of those chapters, Toriyama ended up rewriting them so that Gohan was now four. Given the dark subject matter he ended up dealing with during the saga, Toriyama likely felt it more appropriate to age Gohan up a year.
Who we know as Teen Gohan, the Gohan featured during the Cell Games, is actually 9 years old, and not 11 like the dub claims he is. If you ignore age completely, then the labels do make some sense. Boo arc Gohan does look like an adult and Cell Games Gohan very much resembles a teenager.
It should be noted that fans have always commented on how poor of a father was long before DBZA, but cases in favor of Goku have become harder to find. Goku raises Gohan for four years, he dies for one year, he protects Gohan during the Saiyan fight and on Namek, he disappears for almost two years, he trains Gohan for three years, trains him in the RoSaT for one year, and then dies for seven years.
Originally, the prevailing theory was simply that, because Goku could already turn Super Saiyan when Goten was conceived, Goten inherited Super Saiyan from birth. Later, Toriyama added new information and confirmed that Goten was born without a tail and that tailless hybrids can turn Super Saiyan easily.
With the very recent addition of S-Cells, though, it seems like the original fan theory has actually ended up being canon. Goten inherited Super Saiyan from birth. S-Cells are cells found in Saiyans that allow them to turn Super Saiyan. The more S-Cells you have, the easier you can trigger Super Saiyan. Then again, Goku does hunt so maybe he was just out looking for dinner when Chi-Chi gave birth. At this point in the story, Goku is dead.