Vegeta might be pretty gruff and have once been a pretty major villain in the Dragon Ball franchise. However, the Prince of Saiyans is actually one of the better father figures on the show, at least compared to Goku. However, there are still rules that his children have to follow in the franchise. We're going to take you through ten of them with this exclusive video.
One of our first points on this list regards training. Vegeta, despite his many losses, always attempts to train harder and harder. This also ends up applying to his parental style. When younger Trunks attacks his older counterpart, it says a lot about the way he's been raised, which is never to give up and to always push forward. Vegeta's children also all must respect Bulma, which shouldn't shock anyone, as she's one of the most powerful women in the Dragon Ball franchise, despite her lack of fighting prowess. Bulma and Vegeta are a bit of a weird pairing, but having a family really does change the latter, meaning that he instills that same love in his children. Trunks nearly does the same thing when he sees Bulma insulted, showing how they've got a similar demeanour in that way.
Check out the video below for more of the strange rules Vegeta's children must follow in the Dragon Ball franchise.
Although Dragon Ball Super has finished its run, 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, or if it will adapt the current "Galactic Prisoner Saga" that's going on in the manga. Still, the franchise seems unlikely to stay gone for long, as it's remained one of the most popular media properties in the world for decades.
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