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Cosmic Suits are specialized armor worn by members of the Frieza Race in order to increase their power and combat capabilities. It is a special type of Bio Suit that combines Frieza Race tissue and mechanical parts.

Overview

Frieza equipped with a Cosmic Suit

Cosmic Suits are made by combining the natural Bio Suits of Frieza's race with technology. They increase the power of their user. It can also be used as a way to repair the physical damage to a Frieza's race's member's body after being heavily injured, as members of their race are capable of surviving horrific injuries that would be fatal to most other races. Unlike cybernetic parts and other machines made by humans, however, the Cosmic Suit's mechanical parts are unable to prevent the user from having their ki being sensed.

Usage

After being heavily injured by Super Saiyan Goku on Namek, Frieza was upgraded with a Cosmic Suit by his father King Cold, becoming Mecha Frieza.

The same thing occurred to Future Frieza in both Future Trunks' and Cell's timelines. In Future Trunks' timeline, Super Saiyan Future Goku was responsible for killing Future Frieza thanks to arriving in time via Instant Transmission. In the main timeline due to being unaware of Goku's Instant Transmission, Future Trunks ended up mistakenly slaying Mecha Frieza instead when he assumed their was a time discrepancy only to realize his mistake after Goku informed him of Instant Transmission thus he had altered history needlessly.

In Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ and Dragon Ball Super, Frieza retains his Mecha form in Earth's Hell and when he is later resurrected by Shenron at Sorbet's request though since Mecha Frieza died with his body cut to pieces, which he survived due to his survivability, thus he was revived cut up though Sorbet had planned to use the Frieza Force's new Medical Machines to restore Frieza's broken body which proved successful and allowed Frieza to revert to his first form his organic body restored free of his cybernetics.

Cooler modified into Meta-Cooler

In Super Dragon Ball Heroes, after the events on the Prison Planet Saga have concluded, Fu modifies Cooler into Meta-Cooler so that he can use Cooler as an underling. Cooler also retains his Golden Cooler state in his Meta-Cooler form allowing him to transform into Golden Meta-Cooler. However, using Golden Meta-Cooler form too much causes his cybernetic body to overheat.

Film Appearances

In Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler, Cooler's fusion with the Big Gete Star functions similar to a Cosmic Suit though on a larger scale as the Big Gete Star is the size of a planet that Cooler controls and can create a giant makeshift cybernetic body to fight with directly as unlike Frieza, Cooler was reduced to just a head forcing him to be more reliant on cybernetics. Additionally, the Big Gete Star allows Cooler to control an army of completely artificial Metal Coolers as an extension of himself though the Big Gete Star requires large amounts of energy forcing him to consume the energy of planets and living beings to power the Big Gete Star.

Video Game Appearances

Mecha Frieza appears as a playable character and transformation in many Dragon Ball video games.

In the Budokai series, Frieza transforms into Mecha Frieza via Frieza's Spaceship. Cooler can also transform into Meta-Cooler via Cooler's Spaceship.

In Super Dragon Ball Z, Frieza gains an enhanced version of his Cosmic Suit called Full Armor Mecha Frieza which includes armaments such as a rocket launcher mounted on his shoulder, the ammunition for which are stored behind his other shoulder, he has a belt of explosives around his waist, and his tail is upgraded with additional armor and sharp blades. The design for Full Armor Mecha Frieza was created especially for Super Dragon Ball Z by series author Akira Toriyama.

Clone Frieza wearing his Cosmic Suit in Supersonic Warriors

In Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors, Dr. Gero creates Clone Frieza whom he converts into a cyborg by fitting the clone with a Cosmic Suit identical to the one worn by the original Frieza before his death.

In Dragon Ball Heroes, when the Frieza Clan Elite uses the Super Class-up he gains a Cosmic Suit.

In Dragon Ball Online, Cosmic Suits similar to the one utilized by Mecha Frieza are available for Time Patrol members to wear. Frieza Force Combatants are also shown to have been modified into cyborgs via Cosmic Suits.

In Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle, Mecha Frieza is playable in both versions (Global & Japanese) and also appears as a team card with his father King Cold in the Japanese version. Cooler's Meta-Cooler Core form acts as a Giant Form for Meta-Cooler which the core controls remotely until he transforms which like Great Apes and other Giant Forms occurs randomly in battle. Additionally in the Story Event "Fight Against Despair", the confrontation between Future Mecha Frieza and Future Goku is depicted. Future Mecha Frieza is represented by one of his main timeline counterpart's cards.

A Frieza's race Future Warrior equipped with a Cosmic Suit

The Cosmic Suit appears as an outfit for Frieza's race custom characters in Dragon Ball Xenoverse and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2. In Xenoverse 2, after training in his fifth form, Cooler gains the ability to transform into Metal Cooler, the transformation simply being a metallic Cosmic Suit over his fourth form. A Frieza race Future Warrior can utilize their Cosmic Suit in conjunction with their Turn Golden form.

Trivia

  • In Xenoverse 2, it is shown that the Turn Golden form can be utilized alongside Frieza Race Cosmic Suit.
    • In Dragon Ball Heroes, it is further shown that Cooler retains his Golden form after being converted into Metal Cooler by Fu allowing him to transform into a Golden version of his Metal Cooler form called Golden Metal Cooler.
  • In the English dub for "The Mysterious Youth", during the flashback showing how Frieza got the Cosmic Suit, the scientist personnel's description of Mecha Frieza's enhanced capabilities with the Cosmic Suit matches the premise of the series "The Six Million Dollar Man".

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