What's on your mind?
Wtf is wrong with you, no.
21 Votes in Poll
@King SSS 3103 , The former God of Posts, a god of art, with his Detailed and Edgy art style
@Bharath 145 THE God of art, so good... it looks just like the anime, his artsyle is smooth and clean
The Goddess of, OC's, roleplays, and art her rather unique pencil art style, and a great friend :)
These 3 have been here for 3 years since 2017, i just want to appreaciate there dedication, and there all still kinda active, they should remembered as legends!
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Send me the greatest or most interesting profile pictures you can find, and I will change it to that for a day! (Make it anime related) (Mods, please don't delete)
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15 Votes in Poll
Black’s Super Saiyan God
Black’s Super Saiyan Blue
12 Votes in Poll
He's committing spine-breaker dance
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Now before you get your pitchforks and say I hate every single girl that ever existed, let me explain. The issue is not their gender, ok. I don't care about that, they are just bad characters. So let's start with how they got SSJ. What took goku, Vegeta, and even Gohan to an extent years to train. She got in on her first try. I know Goten and trunks did as well. You are right about that, but not only did she get SSJ, but she also got ssj2 the next day. Are you kidding me? This is ridiculous. Just no effort at all. And it's not like she is interesting, she is just bland. Her personality is not memorable. And Kale is just awful. She is literally created for fan service. She is a female Broly. And she is really annoying like she is just simping the whole time. All Caulifla did was fight goku, and that was enough to set her off. This isn't interesting, it's stupid. You can like it sure, but it's not amazing. And they are ridiculously strong. They should not be able to content with goku unless it's clear he was holding back. And Kefla being that strong is just no, why? Both of them if you want to highball them should be equivalent to ssj2 goku. Maybe Kale is a little stronger. Combined, they should be able to contend with SSG goku maybe. This is all a highball btw. So that's where they should be realistic. I think they should have fought Gohan like in the manga. She should have come in, cause trouble while goku is really weak or something. Maybe he had a fight with Jiren or something. Gohan comes in and beats her, no need for UI sign to be the only form that can beat her. Tell me, who thinks this is ok. I want to hear everyone's opinions. Maybe you do like what she did, tell me. I want to see who can defend this.
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You mere mortals cannot defeat the definition of power...
39 Votes in Poll
I'm boutta start this like it's a rubber goose Youtube video.
Two clashing continuations with multiple clashing flaws! From their characters, to their antagonists, and hecc, even their endings! Both legends in the Dragon Ball continuity, arguably live on in the hearts of others, but they both have left their mark on the series, good or not.
Super Saiyan Blue vs Super Saiyan 4
Super Saiyan 4:
Design: One of, if not the cleanest in all of the Saiyan transformations. From the hair to the tail, it's truly iconic and one of the most original Super Saiyan transformations. I love it personally.
Power: A little more on the balanced side, but the Alpha of GT. The Omega. The strongest of the strongest. It's balanced in its series, which makes it perfect for battle.
Usability: No strains or weaknesses besides its tail, which makes it combat efficient. Very powerful, with little ki drawbacks and has excellent stamina. "I WANT TO BE MONKE."/10
Super Saiyan Blue
Design: Zzzz... Oh, OH, uh. Do I need to talk about this? It's okay as a design, but it's nothing new, just a Blue Super Saiyan. Basically, it was cool when introduced, but the blue shine wore off far too fast to be remarkable.
Power: Man, do we Pinapples talk about the influx in power? It's literally the definition of Overpowered and Underwhelming. It's so inconsistent, a giant inexperienced Saiyan who is the definition of a crying child.
Usability: Pretty useful in combat, strained by its stamina weakness is a bit of a drag, but it's not shown to show much strain in battle. "Dipped in Sugar and Dyed Blue."/10
Don't look at me like that. You know what you did.
GT's Antagonists: Mostly villains, but the main antagonists stole the show. Baby was interesting to a point, the way his infection spread. And his Revenge on the Saiyans was actually.. a new concept really. Omega was also something else, though the other Shadow Dragons are kinda.. boring? Besides Eis, Nuova and Oceanus, the other 3 freakin' suck. Like, real suck. So unimportant Pan killed one. Super 17 is one of my favorites for some reason, I don't know why I just love him. I just find him nice for some reason.
Super's Antagonists (& Villains): Okay so, God of Destruction Saga aside, they're pretty unoriginal. Goku Black is a dumbed down Baby, and while the concept of body changing is cool, Zamasu's utopia is far fetched, which fits his character so it's perfectly fine. Golden Frieza is literally.. Frieza. How many times do we have to meet him and get his shit kicked in? Broly did it literally though. It was pretty entertaining, we should get an hour loop of it. And turns out you can find it. Hit aside, his motives are fine enough, I liked his character and what they did with it. Now Beerus is, probably my favorite antagonist in Super, sure he turned good and that's common, but alright nonetheless, at least he didn't become a Z Fighter. And Copy Vegeta.. Zzz.. Broly was alright though, he's okay at best, just nothing to note here. He's better than "KAKAROOOOOOOOOOTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT."
Super's 'ending': Yeah no we don't care about this. Sit the zamboni down.
GT's ending: A real tearjerker, and a closing of Dragon Ball Z as a whole. The track, the flashback and the goodbye scene is just all amazing.
And that's what I feel about both series!
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