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"Kakarot, no!"
— Future Vegeta upon learning of Future Goku's death in Dragon Ball Z: The History of Trunks

Future Vegeta (らいのベジータ Mirai no Bejīta, lit. "Vegeta of the Future") is the Alternate Timeline counterpart of Vegeta who appeared in the alternate timeline in which Future Trunks and Future Gohan lived. Future Vegeta is the lover of Future Bulma and the father of Future Trunks.


Same as his present timeline counterpart.


Same as his present timeline counterpart.



Future Vegeta's life was exactly the same as his main timeline counterpart's until August of Age 764 when Future Goku used the Instant Transmission to arrive on Earth and kill Future Frieza and Future King Cold.

In the anime, sometime afterward, Vegeta trained and became a Super Saiyan.

Dragon Ball Z[]

Cell Saga[]

In "Mystery Revealed", Future Vegeta makes a brief cameo when Future Trunks explains to Goku about the Android threat and how they were responsible for killing all the Z Fighters leaving Future Trunks as the only Z Fighter alive in his timeline. Because of the Androids killing Future Piccolo which also killed Future Kami, Future Trunks was unable to use the Dragon Balls to wish any of his fallen comrades including his mentor and best friend, Future Gohan, back to life.

Future Vegeta's Death

Future Vegeta's death (anime flashback)

In the episode "Ghosts from Tomorrow", it is shown during a flashback that he dies after being struck by 17's Photon Flash while stuck in the ground after receiving a brutal attack. In both instances, he retains his Super Saiyan power and abilities. After his death, the Androids proceed to kill the rest of the Z Fighters except for Future Gohan and Future Trunks (Future Vegeta's only son). Because of Future Piccolo's death (and the consequent death of Future Kami), the Dragon Balls vanish permanently, rendering the deaths of Future Vegeta and the other future Z Fighters irreversible.

Dragon Ball Super[]

In a flashback in the "Bonus Story" bonus chapter of the Dragon Ball Super manga, Future Vegeta is shown fighting the Androids alongside his allies.

"Future" Trunks Saga[]

Future Vegeta's spirit was erased when Future Zeno wiped out all existence to end Infinite Zamasu's reign of terror. His spirit still continues to exist in the new timeline Whis (in the anime) created or by Future Trunks and Future Mai (in the manga).

Film Appearances[]

The History of Trunks[]

Two years later in Age 766, Future Goku is stricken with a deadly Heart Virus that has no cure. Future Vegeta, along with the other Z Fighters and company, await the news of Future Goku's health. But Future Goku passes away and he is unable to be wished back to life with the Dragon Balls due to his death being of a natural cause. His demise leaves Future Vegeta shocked and upset due in part to the fact that he will never get a chance to defeat his rival in battle.

Future Vegeta Death

Future Vegeta receives a hard knee to the gut (TV special prologue)

Six months later, on May 12, Age 767, the androids attack and Future Vegeta is the second Z Fighter to be killed by them. In the TV special, Super Saiyan Vegeta is shown receiving a hard kick to the stomach by Future Android 17. He was 35 years old when he was killed by the androids.



Future Vegeta had the same power level as his present timeline counterpart up until Future Mecha Frieza's arrival on Earth. Afterwards, due to being unaware of the impending threat of the androids, he did not train in preparation, therefore he was weaker than his present timeline counterpart.


Future Vegeta, despite still learning Super Saiyan, was killed by Future Android 17's Photon Flash.[2]


In The History of Trunks, despite still learning Super Saiyan, he was easily taken out with a heavy blow from Future Android 17. Because his life is cut short, Future Vegeta never masters the basic Super Saiyan form and is unable to ascend past its limits.

Statements by guidebooks and authors

In The History of Trunks special, Future Vegeta was on par with Future Goku.[3]


  • Dirty Fireworks - With the enemy on the ground or in the air, the user aims at his/her opponent with their outstretched index and middle fingers held together and creates a huge explosion on the opponent, inflicting a great amount of damage.
  • Galick Gun - Future Vegeta's signature technique, he curls his fingers and places both his hands together at chest level facing the same direction and then thrusts both hands forward to fire a powerful blast of energy once he has gathered enough energy. He first uses this while battling Future Goku in their first fight to clash with Future Goku's Kamehameha.
  • Galaxy Breaker - Future Vegeta uses this technique to kill Future Nappa after being crippled and defeated by Future Goku.
  • Power Ball - An Energy Sphere used by Saiyans to mimic the presence of a full moon.
  • Fusion Dance - A dance developed by the Metamorans to allow two people to fuse by performing a synchronized series of poses. Used by Future Vegeta and Future Goku to fuse into Future Gogeta.

Great Ape
Great Ape Future Vegeta (Cell's timeline)

Great Ape Future Vegeta

Future Vegeta took this form during his battle with Future Goku, as noted by Cell in his retelling of how he obtained Vegeta's cells.

Super Saiyan

Future Vegeta transformed into a Super Saiyan

In the anime, like his alternate counterpart, sometime after the battle with Future King Cold and Future Frieza, Future Vegeta manages to transform into a Super Saiyan after undergoing various training. However, because of the Androids' surprise arrival, the form was ultimately inferior to that of 17 and 18, resulting in his death.

Future Gogeta
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Super Saiyan 4 Future Gogeta in Budokai Tenkaichi

Future Vegeta fuses with Future Goku to form Super Saiyan 4 Gogeta, who then faces Future Trunks during his one-day on Earth in one of the scenarios in Budokai Tenkaichi.

  • Battle Armor - Like his main timeline counterpart, Future Vegeta has worn various battle armor models over the course of his life. While confronting the Androids, he wears Battle Armor developed by Future Bulma.
  • Vegeta's Clothes - Like his main timeline counterpart, Future Vegeta wore the infamous pink "BADMAN" shirt during Future Frieza and Future King Cold's invasion of Earth. Was named in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.

Video Game Appearances[]

In V.R.V.S., Future Vegeta appears in Future Trunks' ending, as Future Trunks' wish to Shenron is to bring him back to life.

Future Trunks' family

Future Vegeta revived in Trunks' ending

In Dokkan Battle, the confrontation with Future Mecha Frieza is depicted and Future Vegeta prepares to confront him with the other Future Z Fighters with Future Vegeta ordering the other's that they will approach the landing site from the ground to avoid detection via Scouter. Only Future Piccolo, Future Gohan, and Future Krillin join him in confronting Future Frieza with the other Future Z Fighters and Future Bulma staying behind. Future Frieza is surprised that Future Vegeta and Future Krillin are alive though plans to kill them again, but Future Goku arrives via Instant Transmission just as his son Future Trunks had surmised that he had needlessly altered history during the Trunks Saga. In the original version of the Story Event, Future Vegeta confronts Future Mecha Frieza wearing his Battle Armor, however after an update to the event, Future Vegeta is depicted confronting Future Mecha Frieza while wearing the infamous pink "Badman" shirt that was also worn by his main timeline counterpart during his confrontation with Mecha Frieza in the main timeline.

In Kakarot, Future Vegeta appears in the DLC -Trunks- The Warrior of Hope which depicts The History of Trunks special.

Voice Actors[]


Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball Super
  • Future Vegeta, Future Piccolo, Future Krillin and Future Tien Shinhan vs. Future Android 17 and Future Android 18 (manga)
The History of Trunks
  • Future Vegeta (Super Saiyan) vs. Future Android 17


  • In Future Trunks' flashback, he claimed that Future Vegeta was the first to die at the hands of Androids 17 and 18, and Future Piccolo was the second. However, in The History of Trunks, it is stated that Future Piccolo was the first to die and that Future Vegeta was the second.
  • In a what-if in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, Vegeta is the one who destroys the Androids and larval Cell.



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