Well you can start off by just outright saying it.Boo Machine wrote:How do you even make it "apparent" in a character that they train? Why would it need to be? What the heck is "significant" training? Why else would a gang of Saiyans follow her as their leader? Because she is strong. She is obviously interested in power and fighting. They may not have gone on some exposition dump about how many push ups she does, but I don't understand why you would want to actually go with the assumption that she doesn't train. Unless she pulls a Freeza and says "I've never had to train" I think it's a safer assumption that she dabbles a little bit in the practice of punching and kicking.hardcorefakes wrote:I mean, we have no real reason to believe she's done any significant training in her life. Else that would've been made apparent in her character, but it wasn't. As far we know, she mostly just focused on running her gang.Kanassa wrote: Implying that she's never trained before?
And that's just the bare minimum; it would be lazy, for sure, but we'd get some indication that she trains. We don't even get that much.
Why would training need to be apparent? So that random power-ups are justified, instead of being forced to take it at face value?
It's the reason why Goku's, Vegeta's, and Gohan's transformations didn't feel forced. Because they worked their butts off for them. Even with Gohan's latent power, that didn't stop him from training.
I have more reasons to believe Caulifla doesn't train than to assume that she does. She controls a gang of weaklings mostly, her being stronger than them naturally doesn't mean much. Kale is her personal protege, and she's not particularly strong in base. Tells you all you need to know about the other guys she hangs around with.
Again, just saying that she trains would be better than just handwaving it away as "she's a prodigy".