Primarily I can answer questions regarding Dragonball, Z, and the respective films and specials, though I do have knowledge of GT and its television special as well.
I've watched the anime several times in both the original Japanese and the Funimation dub, as well as having read and owning the manga and the seven volumes of the Daizenshuu.
I'm a high school graduate and currently in college studying for a bachelor's in Graphic Design and Video Editing.
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1) We have seen instances before of someone getting significantly stronger through training of some fasion and not knowing about it until after they were done. For example, when Goku was trying to get
1) The way Gohan comes up with the notion that his power increase might have been what the legend was actually about suggests that, until the sword broke, he hadn't even considered his own strength as
1) He thought the sword itself was exaggerated in terms of being an all-powerful weapon capable of defeating Buu. Up to that point, it was clear that everyone (him, Kaioushin, etc) thought that the weapon
1) It's not 100% clear which of the two is stronger, but Piccolo, upon seeing Goten and Trunks fuse into base form Gotenks following the boys training, let out hopeful indication that their strength had
He never made any kind of comment, at least as far as the manga is concerned, about his capacity to win the Budoukai. Most of his concerns regarding the Budoukai were centered around keeping himself and