VIDEO: This is the Strangest Rule Dragon Ball Villains Must Follow


The Dragon Ball franchise features some of the most dangerous and formidable bad guys in any genre. They're also relatively unique, despite having similar motives and patterns. However, there are a lot of bizarre rules those villains end up having to follow before they're, presumably, killed. Although these definitely don't apply to every villain, we've compiled a list of the fifteen weirdest rules the majority of Dragon Ball's bad guys have to follow.

We're starting the list off with the way pretty much every villain has an army of lackys. Frieza, Vegeta/Nappa and Cell all had minions they used to fight for them. Frieza definitely had the largest army, and even the formidably Ginyu Force. Vegeta and Nappa's minions managed to do a lot of damage to the Z-fighters. However, the miniature Cells definitely caused the most damage of any of them.

The next is transformations, which are used by both heroes and villains to increase power levels in pretty much every saga of the franchise. Each of these different transformations work to provide a new set of abilities that aid in fighting for and against Earth's heroes. All of the best villains have several forms, including Vegeta, Frieza, Cell and Majin Buu.

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Check out the video for more of the strangest rules characters have to follow in the Dragon Ball franchise, culminating in one that's just plain weird.

Although Dragon Ball: Super has already finished its run in Japan, dub-watching fans are still in the process of seeing what the popular franchise still holds. Super Dragon Ball Heroes is helping tide fans over in the short-term, but it's unknown at this time just when the series will return with new episodes.

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Newly translated episodes of Dragon Ball Super air on Saturdays at 11 p.m. ET/PT on Adult Swim.

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