Highest point of the series

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Re: Highest point of the series

Post by djkalteraphine » Tue Mar 31, 2015 9:00 am

Since some folks have done movies, I'll throw in some of my favorites...

Sleeping Princess
Mystical Adventure
Return My Gohan!
World's Strongest Man
Super Battle for the Whole Earth
Ten-Billion Powerful Warriors
A Final Solitary Battle
Galaxy At the Brink
Rebirth of Fusion
The Path to Ultimate Power
Yo! Goku and Friends Return

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Re: Highest point of the series

Post by Kakacarrottop » Tue Mar 31, 2015 12:21 pm

From an in-universe perspective
* Kamehameha Galick Beam battle
* Goku fighting Tullece's henchmen in M3

From a real world perspective
* When Ocean were working for FUNimation
"I will literally dress as Goku and walk around jumping up and down, pretending to fly, in public if this ever gets an official release"

- ShadowDude112 on Ocean's Kai dub

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Re: Highest point of the series

Post by Dyno » Tue Mar 31, 2015 12:28 pm

The destruction of planet Vegeta. :roll:

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Re: Highest point of the series

Post by Tatakae!!Ramenman » Tue Mar 31, 2015 8:00 pm

The Freeza saga. So emotional and so much backstory. Vegeta begging Goku to defeat Freeza while crying makes me feel so sad, but in a good way.
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Re: Highest point of the series

Post by IDreamtIWasABee » Tue Mar 31, 2015 8:14 pm

Majin Vegeta. 12 years of mingled resentment and admiration just...bleeding out of Vegeta's gut.

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Re: Highest point of the series

Post by Captain Space » Wed Apr 01, 2015 6:25 am

I'd say, if you look at the saiyan and Namek arcs as a single extended storyline, taking our hero from discovering he's an alien and how low-down he is on that race's power-scale, to becoming the shiny kung fu messiah of that race, that is my favourite part of the franchise.

Take either of those sagas on their own, though, and they're still good but not my favourite.

(Other favourite moments being Fusion Reborn and Battle of Gods.)

To be fair, though, I don't think there's any part of the series, barring some filler, that I dislike.

(I have recently acquired a newfound love for the Ginyu Force and the Great Saiyaman, also.)
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