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Sadal vs Salad

We probably shouldn't go around changing every instance of "Salad" to "Sadal" until we get an official name for it. It could always be the "Bills" vs "Beerus" thing. Thoughts? -- Final ChidoriTalkContribs 21:56, February 21, 2016 (UTC)

Agreed. We need to change the page name to Salad though. It's also similar to the Super Saiyan God Super Saiyan and Super Saiyan Blue situation. The manga and anime for Super like to conflict each other. Meshack (talk) 22:15, February 21, 2016 (UTC)
Yes, but the anime is official, whereas the manga is not. The manga is promotion *for* the anime. We're likely just going to have to change it back to Sadal anyway. --Silver Sinspawn (talk) 00:47, February 24, 2016 (UTC)
we should just wait Meshack (talk) 04:15, February 24, 2016 (UTC)
"Sarada" was changed to "Sadara" in the collected volume of the manga, meaning in the manga, "Salad" is no longer the name of the planet. https://twitter.com/herms98/status/720117495512883203

"Planet" in article names

There really needs to be consistency with this. Some planets have "planet" in their names while others don't. For example, Earth is named "Earth", not "Planet Earth", where Sadala is named "Planet Sadala". Same goes for "Potaufeu" and "Planet Vegeta". "Tritek" and "Planet Litt". The whole "planet" part should just be removed from all articles. -- Final ChidoriTalk 19:59, June 17, 2016 (UTC)

Conjecture on the Super Saiyan Myth

In Dragon Ball lore, the Original Legendary Super Saiyan had a power so great that it could only be contained in the Oozaru form, but even that became too much and he ended up destroying the planet he was on.

As we know that Sadala has been destroyed in Universe 7 and the Saiyans of Universe 6 had never heard of the Super Saiyan before meeting Goku and Vegeta, could it be that the reason Sadala has been destroyed in 7 be because of this fate, that the original Legendary Super Saiyan destroyed it, forcing the Saiyans to evacuate on a ship, ultimately landing on Planet Plant and becoming slaves of the Tsufuru which turned their formally peaceful people into more aggressive and combattive people?Lightningbarer (talk) 14:49, September 13, 2016 (UTC)

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