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  • Meshack

    First, I'm going to start off by saying what canon means. A lot fans just throw out the word canon but they do not actually know what it means. Canon is what the author creates for continue the story. So, now that you know that, let's get rid of what is not canon. Know that this is not suppose to change the wikia's rules or anything like that. It's to educate what is the continuity.

    The Dragon Ball manga is the first thing people should consider canon, it's what came first to start Dragon Ball. I'm not going to use the terms manga canon, anime canon, or even head canon because that doesn't make sense. Now let's get rid of what Toei made themselves, filler. Filler is made in Dragon Ball for Toei to either get the 23 time limit they need for …

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  • Meshack

    Toei and Dragon Ball is not that good combination anymore. Toei has treated Dragon Ball recently like it's trash and doesn't see it as the most iconic anime series in the world, not in just Japan. I know Toei main cares about their Japanese audience but that doesn't excuse the fact that they should put effort into their work I'm not just blabbing about Dragon Ball Super, other things Dragon Ball related.

    First off, I have to talk about Dragon Ball Super. Dragon Ball Super is a new series in over 18 years since Dragon Ball GT. When it was first announced, it got people talking. When Dragon Ball Super first aired, you can try to figure out that Toei was putting time into it and trying to make Dragon Ball Super a bigger deal. However, as time …

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  • Meshack

    The Point of Resurrection F

    December 28, 2015 by Meshack

    Fans have the misconception about what Resurrection F was really about. Some think that Vegeta should have killed Frieza. Some think that Frieza should have lived. However, none of these or any others you might hear about is what this movie or saga was about.

    Goku and Vegeta asked Whis to train them so they could become stronger. They train with him for six months and in that time, Whis began to learn Goku and Vegeta's fighting skills, their strengths and their weaknesses. When Whis has the discussion with Goku and Vegeta about their weaknesses Whis mentions that Vegeta is Goku's lesser. However, fans thought he was speaking about his strength and that Vegeta is weaker than Goku but that's not the case. Whis even explains this in the movie,…

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  • Meshack

    Recently, fans of Dragon Ball have been bringing up the question, "do Saiyans have the ability to breathe in space?" Here, I have the answer for you. The quick answer is no but I will explain my answer.

    In several scenes of Dragon Ball and Dragon Ball Z, Goku has been in space for short while. Frieza has told Goku that Saiyans are unable to survive in space. Frieza however has the ability to do so, also Cell, Majin Buu, and Beerus. When talking about this subject, fans begin using the word "breathe". Breathing and surviving are two different things. First of all, there's no air in space. Space is a vacuum so there's nothing to breathe in there.

    Now let's begin with Dragon Ball. Goku has encountered Monster Carrot and his gang. Goku beat him by…

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    The wishes in Resurrection F

    December 27, 2015 by Meshack

    I figured it out. People have been saying that Resurrection F messed up because of the wishes that were made. It has been said that Dende made Shenron grant three wishes. However, Sorbet and Shao made two. Shenron just left afterwards, not granting a third wish. They still have a wish left. Four months later, Frieza returns to destroy get revenge on Goku. When he shows up, he destroys North City. At the end of the movie, Bulma says that she'll gather the Dragon Balls to revive North City. But wait, doesn't she have to wait a year? No. They have a third wish so she's going to use it for reviving North City. In Dragon Ball Super Shenron made three wishes then when Sorbet, Tagoma, and the Pilaf Gang were making wishes. But when Frieza returns…

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