Dragon Ball Z Adventure - Roleplay: Making your own Dragon Ball Z character. Showing 1-50 of 115
My picks for the top strongest DB characters. Will not be using GT or hypothetical characters, and all the characters will be taken from when they were in their prime. Feedback is welcome. Attendant of the God of Destruction, Champa, and sister to Whis. Has trained Whis in the past, and says she's stronger.
Dragon Ball Super loves to mix in strange western influenced references. From using werewolf references or a Winnie The Pooh like character, there is many Easter eggs for western culture. One of the most known facts of this is the vegetable related names of primary characters, the Saiyans. It is well known that many of the character names are silly in Dragon Ball Z. But one of the funniest play on names starts in Dragon Ball Z. This is when Goku discovers members of his home planet, Planet Vegeta, and his birth name. Vegeta, a twist on the word vegetable, is a hint at all the names.
Raditz – Radish
Many of us remember waking up on Saturday morning, and rushing down to watch the morning cartoons, where we would discover what would happen next in the amazing adventure seen on this show. There were many things which made this show unique and utterly captivating.
So, I grouped the names according to foods that go inside it. This is a list of origins of character names in the Dragon Ball franchise. Each character's name, particularly their original Japanese name, is a pun on regular words, often the names of various foods. King Piccolo and his creations are all named after musical instruments, while native Namekians are all named after multiple different Japanese words for "snail". Members of the Demon Realm race are named after magical incantations, time-related words and sauces.