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Dragon Ball: 10 Characters Who Should Have Stayed Dead

In the conclusion to the Tournament of Power, all of the universes erased by the Omni King were revived upon the wish of Android 17. It’s discovered that all along, they intended to erase everyone if this was not the wish granted upon the Super Dragon Balls.

Erasing the other universes was an opportunity to bring an edge of darkness to the series and it was a mistake to bring them back at all. It was a predictable conclusion that made the entire tournament feel as if there were no stakes at all.

Roshi

In truth, most characters in Dragon Ball shouldn’t have gotten a second chance at life and Roshi is one of those. Roshi’s death bit deep and left an unsettling air in the series. While it’s true there was more incentive to resurrect him due to suffering in limbo due to Piccolo, this easily could’ve been written differently.

Roshi served zero purpose throughout the rest of the series until Dragon Ball Super and wasn’t really needed in the series anymore. With Kami’s connections to the Other World, Toriyama could have written a more satisfying conclusion that let Goku meet with Roshi and hear that his old master was happy in the afterlife.

Chiaotzu

Neither of Chiaotzu’s deaths were very emotional and fans have constantly made memes about his second death. Toriyama’s decision to kill Chiaotzu the way he did against Nappa felt very forced, but it did serve as an intriguing rage and character focus on Tien.

Chiaotzu ultimately wasn’t used after this and it was clear that Toriyama really didn’t have any intended use for the character past the 22nd World Tournament where he was introduced. Fading into the background as a nonexistent character just seems pointless and needlessly makes the series feel weaker.

Yamcha

Yamcha is certainly an overhated character, but his character lost his importance after his death against the Saibaman. Yamcha likely was being set up for much more, but once he lost his relationship with Bulma and suddenly became a coward in battle it all began to go downhill.

The earthling characters were ultimately sidelined and replaced by all of the alien characters. Whether loved or hated, it can’t be denied that Yamcha serves no real point to the series anymore and should have stayed dead. This could have also left Bulma with a constant worry for loved ones making her overly cautious toward Vegeta and Trunks.

Tien

Tien has always utilized himself the best when he lost relevance and had at least one moment to shine in the Cell Saga and Buu Saga, proving he is one of the bravest characters in Dragon Ball despite his lack of strength. However, outside of these few moments, his character lost all relevance.

In truth, if Toriyama had been willing to work with the character he could have done much more, but permanent death would have served his character a bit better. And if Chiaotzu had stayed dead, Tien would have too, regardless of whether he could be revived or not.

Merus

Merus’s permanent death was a missed opportunity and this likely means that if Granolah is to die in the Dragon Ball Super manga, it won’t be permanent either. Merus’s death was something of a shock and it both gave further depth to angels and made the series begin to feel more serious.

However, this is all completely lost when Whis asks for Merus to be turned into a human. The edge that is beginning to be felt is lost and the angels just all feel like happy good guys again. Dragon Ball needs to feel as if there are stakes, but Merus’s death really hurt the series.

Krillin

Krillin has been the most utilized earthling character, but it never seemed necessary to bring the character back to life. It’s surprising that two of his deaths were so impactful and it’s really the second one that should have been his last.

Goku’s Super Saiyan transformation is one of the most iconic moments in anime, if not the most iconic, and also an incredible turning point for Goku’s character. By bringing Krillin back to life, a bit of flavor for this moment is lost making it feel slightly less special. Android 16 never returning to life helped Gohan’s transformation feel much better.

Goku

Without Goku, either Dragon Ball Super never would have happened or they would have found a way to bring him back anyway. Besides, his second death should have been his last and Toriyama had every intention of making it so. Toriyama’s inclusion of Goku in the Buu Saga was perfect, however, it made him realize Gohan wasn’t fit to be the main character so he quickly thought of a way to bring Goku back.

It hurt Goku’s conclusion and the Buu Saga both making the writing feel sloppy. Goku’s death is really one of the few characters that fans could have sat and have been content with as the man was all too happy in the afterlife.

Vegeta

Much like Goku, Vegeta should have stayed dead after his second death. His farewell is one of the most memorable and well-loved moments in Dragon Ball Z and this too loses its edge when he is brought back to life.

In Dragon Ball Z, he and Goku’s lives being resurrected are the two that feel the most forced. Vegeta didn’t really need a complete 180 redemption or to acknowledge Goku was superior. In fact, what was received in the Fusion Reborn movie felt a better fit for the characters’ end than the actual series.

Frieza

Frieza is the most problematic resurrection in the series and he’s come back more than once. Frieza’s initial resurrection makes zero sense as the Dragon Balls cannot revive someone if it’s been more than a year since their death. Additionally, his constant returning seems only to please fans, but it hurts the writing dearly.

Both good guys and bad guys can’t stay down and it makes fans wonder how many more villains they’ll bring back from the grave. However, it does make fans positive about one thing and that’s the hope that Vegeta will finally be the one to kill Frieza for good. The primary concern however is that fans don’t want the most iconic villain to become a hero.


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Dragon Ball: 10 Characters Who Should Have Stayed Dead

In the conclusion to the Tournament of Power, all of the universes erased by the Omni King were revived upon the wish of Android 17. It’s discovered that all along, they intended to erase everyone if this was not the wish granted upon the Super Dragon Balls.
Erasing the other universes was an opportunity to bring an edge of darkness to the series and it was a mistake to bring them back at all. It was a predictable conclusion that made the entire tournament feel as if there were no stakes at all.
Roshi

In truth, most characters in Dragon Ball shouldn’t have gotten a second chance at life and Roshi is one of those. Roshi’s death bit deep and left an unsettling air in the series. While it’s true there was more incentive to resurrect him due to suffering in limbo due to Piccolo, this easily could’ve been written differently.

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Roshi served zero purpose throughout the rest of the series until Dragon Ball Super and wasn’t really needed in the series anymore. With Kami’s connections to the Other World, Toriyama could have written a more satisfying conclusion that let Goku meet with Roshi and hear that his old master was happy in the afterlife.
Chiaotzu

Neither of Chiaotzu’s deaths were very emotional and fans have constantly made memes about his second death. Toriyama’s decision to kill Chiaotzu the way he did against Nappa felt very forced, but it did serve as an intriguing rage and character focus on Tien.

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Chiaotzu ultimately wasn’t used after this and it was clear that Toriyama really didn’t have any intended use for the character past the 22nd World Tournament where he was introduced. Fading into the background as a nonexistent character just seems pointless and needlessly makes the series feel weaker.
Yamcha

Yamcha is certainly an overhated character, but his character lost his importance after his death against the Saibaman. Yamcha likely was being set up for much more, but once he lost his relationship with Bulma and suddenly became a coward in battle it all began to go downhill.
The earthling characters were ultimately sidelined and replaced by all of the alien characters. Whether loved or hated, it can’t be denied that Yamcha serves no real point to the series anymore and should have stayed dead. This could have also left Bulma with a constant worry for loved ones making her overly cautious toward Vegeta and Trunks.

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Tien

Tien has always utilized himself the best when he lost relevance and had at least one moment to shine in the Cell Saga and Buu Saga, proving he is one of the bravest characters in Dragon Ball despite his lack of strength. However, outside of these few moments, his character lost all relevance.
In truth, if Toriyama had been willing to work with the character he could have done much more, but permanent death would have served his character a bit better. And if Chiaotzu had stayed dead, Tien would have too, regardless of whether he could be revived or not.
Merus

Merus’s permanent death was a missed opportunity and this likely means that if Granolah is to die in the Dragon Ball Super manga, it won’t be permanent either. Merus’s death was something of a shock and it both gave further depth to angels and made the series begin to feel more serious.

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However, this is all completely lost when Whis asks for Merus to be turned into a human. The edge that is beginning to be felt is lost and the angels just all feel like happy good guys again. Dragon Ball needs to feel as if there are stakes, but Merus’s death really hurt the series.
Krillin

Krillin has been the most utilized earthling character, but it never seemed necessary to bring the character back to life. It’s surprising that two of his deaths were so impactful and it’s really the second one that should have been his last.

Goku’s Super Saiyan transformation is one of the most iconic moments in anime, if not the most iconic, and also an incredible turning point for Goku’s character. By bringing Krillin back to life, a bit of flavor for this moment is lost making it feel slightly less special. Android 16 never returning to life helped Gohan’s transformation feel much better.
Goku

Without Goku, either Dragon Ball Super never would have happened or they would have found a way to bring him back anyway. Besides, his second death should have been his last and Toriyama had every intention of making it so. Toriyama’s inclusion of Goku in the Buu Saga was perfect, however, it made him realize Gohan wasn’t fit to be the main character so he quickly thought of a way to bring Goku back.

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It hurt Goku’s conclusion and the Buu Saga both making the writing feel sloppy. Goku’s death is really one of the few characters that fans could have sat and have been content with as the man was all too happy in the afterlife.
Vegeta

Much like Goku, Vegeta should have stayed dead after his second death. His farewell is one of the most memorable and well-loved moments in Dragon Ball Z and this too loses its edge when he is brought back to life.
In Dragon Ball Z, he and Goku’s lives being resurrected are the two that feel the most forced. Vegeta didn’t really need a complete 180 redemption or to acknowledge Goku was superior. In fact, what was received in the Fusion Reborn movie felt a better fit for the characters’ end than the actual series.
Frieza

Frieza is the most problematic resurrection in the series and he’s come back more than once. Frieza’s initial resurrection makes zero sense as the Dragon Balls cannot revive someone if it’s been more than a year since their death. Additionally, his constant returning seems only to please fans, but it hurts the writing dearly.

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Both good guys and bad guys can’t stay down and it makes fans wonder how many more villains they’ll bring back from the grave. However, it does make fans positive about one thing and that’s the hope that Vegeta will finally be the one to kill Frieza for good. The primary concern however is that fans don’t want the most iconic villain to become a hero.

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Dragon Ball: 10 Characters Who Should Have Stayed Dead

In the conclusion to the Tournament of Power, all of the universes erased by the Omni King were revived upon the wish of Android 17. It’s discovered that all along, they intended to erase everyone if this was not the wish granted upon the Super Dragon Balls.
Erasing the other universes was an opportunity to bring an edge of darkness to the series and it was a mistake to bring them back at all. It was a predictable conclusion that made the entire tournament feel as if there were no stakes at all.
Roshi

In truth, most characters in Dragon Ball shouldn’t have gotten a second chance at life and Roshi is one of those. Roshi’s death bit deep and left an unsettling air in the series. While it’s true there was more incentive to resurrect him due to suffering in limbo due to Piccolo, this easily could’ve been written differently.

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Roshi served zero purpose throughout the rest of the series until Dragon Ball Super and wasn’t really needed in the series anymore. With Kami’s connections to the Other World, Toriyama could have written a more satisfying conclusion that let Goku meet with Roshi and hear that his old master was happy in the afterlife.
Chiaotzu

Neither of Chiaotzu’s deaths were very emotional and fans have constantly made memes about his second death. Toriyama’s decision to kill Chiaotzu the way he did against Nappa felt very forced, but it did serve as an intriguing rage and character focus on Tien.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr3’); });

Chiaotzu ultimately wasn’t used after this and it was clear that Toriyama really didn’t have any intended use for the character past the 22nd World Tournament where he was introduced. Fading into the background as a nonexistent character just seems pointless and needlessly makes the series feel weaker.
Yamcha

Yamcha is certainly an overhated character, but his character lost his importance after his death against the Saibaman. Yamcha likely was being set up for much more, but once he lost his relationship with Bulma and suddenly became a coward in battle it all began to go downhill.
The earthling characters were ultimately sidelined and replaced by all of the alien characters. Whether loved or hated, it can’t be denied that Yamcha serves no real point to the series anymore and should have stayed dead. This could have also left Bulma with a constant worry for loved ones making her overly cautious toward Vegeta and Trunks.

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Tien

Tien has always utilized himself the best when he lost relevance and had at least one moment to shine in the Cell Saga and Buu Saga, proving he is one of the bravest characters in Dragon Ball despite his lack of strength. However, outside of these few moments, his character lost all relevance.
In truth, if Toriyama had been willing to work with the character he could have done much more, but permanent death would have served his character a bit better. And if Chiaotzu had stayed dead, Tien would have too, regardless of whether he could be revived or not.
Merus

Merus’s permanent death was a missed opportunity and this likely means that if Granolah is to die in the Dragon Ball Super manga, it won’t be permanent either. Merus’s death was something of a shock and it both gave further depth to angels and made the series begin to feel more serious.

googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display(‘div-gpt-ad-1535570269372-ccr5’); });

However, this is all completely lost when Whis asks for Merus to be turned into a human. The edge that is beginning to be felt is lost and the angels just all feel like happy good guys again. Dragon Ball needs to feel as if there are stakes, but Merus’s death really hurt the series.
Krillin

Krillin has been the most utilized earthling character, but it never seemed necessary to bring the character back to life. It’s surprising that two of his deaths were so impactful and it’s really the second one that should have been his last.

Goku’s Super Saiyan transformation is one of the most iconic moments in anime, if not the most iconic, and also an incredible turning point for Goku’s character. By bringing Krillin back to life, a bit of flavor for this moment is lost making it feel slightly less special. Android 16 never returning to life helped Gohan’s transformation feel much better.
Goku

Without Goku, either Dragon Ball Super never would have happened or they would have found a way to bring him back anyway. Besides, his second death should have been his last and Toriyama had every intention of making it so. Toriyama’s inclusion of Goku in the Buu Saga was perfect, however, it made him realize Gohan wasn’t fit to be the main character so he quickly thought of a way to bring Goku back.

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It hurt Goku’s conclusion and the Buu Saga both making the writing feel sloppy. Goku’s death is really one of the few characters that fans could have sat and have been content with as the man was all too happy in the afterlife.
Vegeta

Much like Goku, Vegeta should have stayed dead after his second death. His farewell is one of the most memorable and well-loved moments in Dragon Ball Z and this too loses its edge when he is brought back to life.
In Dragon Ball Z, he and Goku’s lives being resurrected are the two that feel the most forced. Vegeta didn’t really need a complete 180 redemption or to acknowledge Goku was superior. In fact, what was received in the Fusion Reborn movie felt a better fit for the characters’ end than the actual series.
Frieza

Frieza is the most problematic resurrection in the series and he’s come back more than once. Frieza’s initial resurrection makes zero sense as the Dragon Balls cannot revive someone if it’s been more than a year since their death. Additionally, his constant returning seems only to please fans, but it hurts the writing dearly.

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Both good guys and bad guys can’t stay down and it makes fans wonder how many more villains they’ll bring back from the grave. However, it does make fans positive about one thing and that’s the hope that Vegeta will finally be the one to kill Frieza for good. The primary concern however is that fans don’t want the most iconic villain to become a hero.

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