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@reikai: Only ting that happened after his crash was that he collapsed from exhaustion and entered a sort of coma. Water poured over him and froze, due to weather conditions, trapping and preserving sleeping Broly. I haven't seen any landscape or animals dying. As for his healing? He was in suspended animation for 7 years, his body healed itself.
I agree that Broly got stronger through Zenkai
Even in his "controlled and suppressed" state, he was capable of destroying remaining planets in the South Galaxy, as a part of his father's plan.
As for "energy release"? It is not a voluntary action. What I mean is, energy release is part of his genetically exclusive Legendary Super Saiyan transformation. That is how he transforms. And it is unique only to him because it is a genetic trait. It doesn't affect his power increase, but makes his transformation more theatrical. That is my opinion.
You have you opinion, and i can respect that. I really don't want to waste my time debating about this anymore.
Bottom line, Broly can beat Kid Buu and SS3 Goku!
@reikai: After seeing both movies, I am convinced that Broly needs to release some energy. Because, going from SSJ to LSSJ, his power level increase vastly. And that's why his body grows in height and his muscle mass greatly increases, to compensate. If he doesn't release energy, he would explode. That is why Legendary Super Saiyan form erupts from underneath the flesh of his previous form.
In first movie Broly had special control device on his head, to keep him under restraint. That is why it took him "longer" to transform. Also, because of a dramatic effect. It was his debut in DBZ.
Both transformations, in first and second movie, are pretty much identical.
First movie LSSJ transformation:
Second movie LSSJ transformation (37m 10s):
The film opens with a Saiyan Spacepod flying through space and crash-landing on Earth. The crash causes a small crater to appear, and a seriously injured, but alive Super Saiyan crawls out: Broly, the Legendary Super Saiyan. As the weather gets colder, Broly's power decreases, and he reverts to his original Super Saiyan state, until he finally loses consciousness and turns back into a normal Saiyan.
@reikai: I don't know about those "billions". But i agree with you on one thing, Broly's death was pure PIS. As for ever growing power level, I don't think it's limitless. Legendary Super Saiyan form erupts from underneath the flesh of his previous form. It is implied that Broly must release some of his power in order to maintain his body's physical stability, meaning that there initially is a limit to how much his power level can increase at one time.
These are information from dragonball.wikia.com
Goku Super Saiyan = 150,000,000
Goku Super Saiyan 2 = 2 x Goku Super Saiyan = 300,000,000
Goku Super Saiyan 3 = 4 x Goku Super Saiyan 2 = 1,200,000,000
According to the video game Dragon Ball Z: Scouter Battle Taikan Kamehameha Kid Buu's power level is 1,150,000,000!
According to V-Jump, Broly's power level in Legendary Super Saiyan form during his battle against the Z Fighters on New Planet Vegeta was around the 1,400,000,000!
Vegeto and Super Vegeto are too powerful for Broly, even in his Legendary Super Saiyan form. His only chance for victory are SSJ3 Goku and Kid Buu.
Super Vegito easily plays around with Super Buu (who had absorbed Gohan) and puts little effort into fighting. The anime comics for Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy states that Vegito is perhaps even stronger than a Super Saiyan 4 (Goku was the only Super Saiyan 4 at the time the anime comics was released).
The Legendary Super Saiyan form erupts from underneath the flesh of his previous form. It is implied that Broly must release some of his power in order to maintain his body's physical stability, meaning that there initially is a limit to how much his power level can increase at one time.
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I think there's a lot of difference between a rip off and something that draws inspiration from something as no one man can own a concept of something. If that were the case then everything in the world is basically just a rip off of something Superman included
I couldn't agree more. Having similar powers doesn't make character a rip-off.
If that was a case then Superman is Hugo Danner rip-off, Batman is Zorro rip-off, X-Men are Doom Patrol rip-offs, Cyclops is Comet rip-off, etc.