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Dragon Ball Super: Vegeta’s worst crime that not even the Saiyan prince can forgive

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The continuation of the “Dragon Ball Super” manga has finally acknowledged Vegeta’s worst crimes, which are the murders he committed against the Nameks.
” Dragon Ball ” and its franchise is finally recalling Vegeta’s most evil deeds in anime. After years of being ignored, the atrocities Vegeta committed against the Nameks were properly addressed in the continuation of the Dragon Ball Super manga.

It is unknown what he did during the time he served in Freeza’s Forces, but what happened to Piccolo’s people were easily his worst on-screen crimes. Before becoming a respected Z Warrior and Bulma’s husband, Vegeta was a ruthless and evil character who once worked for Freeza.

Seeing his enemies suffer often amused him, and his decision to execute Nappa for not killing Goku was indicative of his potential for cruelty. However, it finally became apparent that Vegeta was capable of change.

Over the years, he has become a trusted ally to Goku, a good father to Trunks, and a hero Earth can count on when threatened by powerful forces like Zamasu and Freeza.


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One problem is that the Z Warriors, including Vegeta himself, seem to have forgotten the horrible things Vegeta did as a villain, but the series is making an effort to correct that by reviewing Vegeta’s search for the dragon balls on the planet Namek. Vegeta, while laughing like crazy, killed an entire Namek people and left no survivors.

Not even the children were spared from his wrath. In his search for the Dragon Balls, Vegeta expressed his willingness to do whatever it took to get what he wanted, and what made it worse is the sense of enjoyment he gained from the experience. Vegeta felt no regrets, and even after becoming a hero, he didn’t look back on this dark period of his life.

However, the Saga of the Prisoner of Patrol Galactic in continuing manga “Dragon Ball Super” called this moment and saw Vegeta recognize the things he did wrong. When the new villain of “Dragon Ball”, Moro, launched an attack on the Namekians, Vegeta quickly stepped in to save them.

He then admitted that he had hurt them in the past and was, therefore, determined to make sure that none of them died again. Vegeta giving everything he had to protect the Nameks amounted to a much-needed act of atonement for the character. Before the Moro arc, “Dragon Ball” had done very little to address Vegeta’s murderous story.

It is understandable that characters like Tien and Piccolo were hesitant to let him walk among them in the Android saga, but these problems fell by the wayside as time passed. After Vegeta turned against the z warriors to side with Babidi, Vegeta later redeemed himself for his betrayal by sacrificing himself, but not until the continuation of the manga has he really tried to make up for what happened in ” Freeza Saga”. But now that he has taken steps to make amends for the Namek people By becoming his self-proclaimed protector, Vegeta’s transformation into a hero feels a little more earned.