Vegeta, named after his birth planet, was the son of Saiyan King Vegeta. Fans of the series can confirm that Vegeta is one of the best-written characters with an exciting development arc throughout the series.
Vegeta, in contrast to his character, has displayed extreme emotional range throughout the Dragon Ball Super arc. Here are five of the best Vegeta moments from Dragon Ball Super that may have had an impact on his character during this arc.
Best Vegeta Moments in Dragon Ball Super!
1. A Past Revisited
This scene reminded Vegeta of the first time he saw the Destroyer God as a child. That image of his father at Beerus’ feet had driven Vegeta to seek out and become a mighty warrior, and Beerus’ appearance on Earth has reignited that desire.
2. My Bulma
Beerus is about to destroy the planet because he believes it is unworthy of life when he is slapped by Bulma. Beerus slaps her back as part of an ingenious (and sick) plan.
Vegeta, who had previously been in awe and respect of the Destroyer, becomes enraged when anyone hits his wife and goes all out on Beerus. It demonstrates that Vegeta has matured from a cold individual to a loving husband who is unconcerned about his own safety even in the face of certain death.
3. Training Under Whis
Motivated by Goku’s Super Saiyan form, the once proud and regal Vegeta resorts to luring Whis with delicious instant ramen in exchange for allowing him to train with Whis. Vegeta loses all ego as he works tirelessly to persuade Whis to mentor him.
4. Spiritual Yardrat
Vegeta and Goku part ways after the Tournament of Power. Vegeta arrives in Yardrat, stunned by the elder Pybara’s immense power, who teaches Vegeta how to balance his spirit and body.
Following the training, Vegeta realises that even his body is capable of pushing the boundaries, and he hopes to one day match Goku’s Ultra Instinct technique. He learns the fundamentals of the Spirit Control technique and achieves Instant Transmission.
5. Ultra Ego: A Destroyer Technique?
Vegeta is thrown off balance while training with Beerus because he now knows a technique used by the Gods of Destruction. Vegeta demonstrates his power with Beerus by using a Hakai.
With additional training, Vegeta improves his understanding of Hakai and, along with Goku, responds to a distress call to assist in the defeat of a dangerous villain named Granola. While fighting the Cerelean, Vegeta discovers a technique that allows all attacks to graze harmlessly past him. He refers to this as the Ultra Ego.
While the story is still unfolding, it is interesting to note that Vegeta has grown as a person and a warrior (i.e., both in mind and body). Further speculation suggests that, while Goku follows the path of the Angels, Vegeta may also be following the path of the Destroyers.
So, here are the five best Vegeta moments from Dragon Ball Super that make him a character we never expected to see. Let us know what you think in the comments section below.
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