Dragon Ball: 5 Bad Guys Who Reformed (& 5 Who Never Did)

0
93
Dragon Ball
Dragon Ball

In Dragon Ball Z we have seen many evil guys. But eventually by the end when they lose their fight they realize their mistakes and join the Z Warriors or Son Goku himself. Not all of them change though.

There has been a fair share of antagonists who have stayed bad. Here we have made a list of people bad guys who have changed and another set of people who have not!

The Bad guys who became Good!

#1 Yamcha

Though he started out as an untamable bandit, he eventually joined San Goku. It’s funny to think about how the series’ protagonist was himself a bad guy once!

#2 Tien

Tien Shinhan is a disciplined, reclusive, and heavily devoted martial artist, and one of the strongest Earthlings within the Dragon Ball universe. It’s a good thing that the good side got such a strong man’s alliance.

#3 Piccolo

From being an antagonist, Piccolo became one of the most beloved characters of the series. When later loses himself by fusing with kami, fans were heartbroken.

Dragon Ball
Dragon Ball

#4 Vegeta

When he first set foot on Earth, he was an overconfident power-hungry dude, but he was soon humbled down by the Dragon Warriors.

#5 Majin Buu

When he started out as a villain, he was so dangerous that they had to put up special recruitment to deal with him. But eventually, when transformed, he started loving to sleep more than anything!

The Bad guys who STAYED Bad!

Frieza, Goku Black, Mercenary Tao, Dr. Gero, and Frost- These people never changed. Its funny how some are too dumb to even recognize their own faulted thinking yet they think they are smart enough to rule the world.

We hope you enjoyed this trivia!

Previous articleWhy Josh Hartnett Took A Break In His Acting Career In Hollywood
Next articleTitans Shares First Season 3 Photo of Starfire’s Anna Diop
Even as a little girl, I was fascinated by words. The idea of stringing words together to form meaningful sentences which could alter the emotions of other human beings excited me. At first I wrote fiction. It gave me a chance to live the different lives I’ve always wanted to. The way my friends reacted when they read my story gave me the greatest of joys. As I grew older, I realised that there are thousands of stories of people around me that deserved to be told. Then I started incorporating their stories to my fictional stories. Over the time, I leaned more towards article writing. I have always felt that writing is my super power. A power I could wield to bring joy and comfort to me and the people I care about.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here