Gokuu charging in to save the robbers from Lunch, when he didn't even know the full story. But 1) he's a sheltered child, and 2) he's, well, Gokuu. He'd been ordered by Roushi to bring him back a girl so he could get trained, and that's what he was going to do. Hi mindset was, "Save girl from perceived thugs = get training".
Gokuu giving Piccolo a Senzu so that he can escape because he wants to fight him again, rather than letting God or Tenshinhan use the Mafuuba to seal him again. Of course, this is his Saiyan bloodlust for battle coming through again, and Gokuu doesn't really
care about Earth. He wouldn't know if Piccolo ended up killing a bunch of civilians anyway.
Trunks believing that Super Saiyan Grade III’s strength alone would be enough to defeat Cell, while neglecting the bulky muscle of the form slowing him down. This is understandable because, while he’s been quite cautious throughout the arc, he’s still young and inexperienced, had a sheltered upbringing, and was trained by Gohan
, who himself probably doesn’t have much in the way of skill.
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Rostir wrote:Vegito not killing Buu.
Justification: He couldn't kill Buu because people were inside of him and the Dragon Balls were inert.
Hmm... not a bad explanation, and one that he used, but he really couldn't have just eviscerated Boo and gone to New Namek? I'm pretty sure with Dende alive that this would be a possibility, especially considering that the Kaioshins would have probably showed up to congratulate or something. Kill Boo, go with Dende and Kaioshins to New Namek, wish for Earth back to the way it was, boom - problem's already solved for the most part. Though if his decision was in-character then I can't just bring in more reasonable explanations.
Vegetto didn't know that the Great Elder, Muuri, had upgraded Porunga so he could bring multiple people back to life in one wish. So, to Vegetto, if he'd killed Boo, the most he could do would be teleporting to New Namek, restoring Earth with one wish (if not two, considering how much power bringing back a whole planet
would take) and Gohan and Blooma (if Vegeta's smart enough to think about repopulating the planet) with the other two.
So Earth's back to normal, but the only people that'd be on it are Vegetto, Gohan, Blooma, Dende, Mr. Satan, Tenshinhan and Chaozu. And then they all end up dying of starvation or something, or just commit suicide (uptight Blooma being the first probably; I
would if I had to get fucked by Chaozu, of all people, although perhaps Vegetto's spunk alone would be enough to kickstart the Earthling race again) because the afterlife isn't that bad and an empty planet would be doomed anyway.
Saiga wrote:Piccolo's brilliant plan of letting himself get shot by #20 and lying around on the ground until Vegeta showed up.
Also Piccolo thinking that his weights would make a difference against Freeza.
No offence, and I'm not being biased here or anything, but seriously, what's your beef with Piccolo? I'll say this now: he is not
an inherently stupid character.
And nothing contradicts the notion that his weights may've made a difference against second-form (which is what I'm assuming you're referring to) Freeza since, despite the fact that 100kg or whatever it was may not seem like that much of a difference to fighters of over 1 million BP, Freeza still decided to go ahead and transform before they even continued fighting (talking about the manga, btw; in the anime, after Piccolo removed his weights, he whooped Freeza's ass).