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Dragon Ball super saga rankings | Spaghetti code

Date: April 20, 2024 Time: 07:16:01

Throughout its long history, Dragon Ball has captivated audiences with thrilling battles, memorable characters and epic plots. From Goku’s early adventures to the intergalactic battles of Dragon Ball Super, each saga has left an indelible mark on anime history. In this ranking, we will look at the sagas of Dragon Ball Super, the official continuation of the series created by Akira Toriyama.

9. Saga of the Battle of the Gods

The Battle of Gods Saga marks the beginning of Dragon Ball Super and follows the arrival of Beerus, one of the most powerful gods of destruction, and his quest to become the legendary Super Saiyan God. Goku and his friends face the God of Destruction in an epic battle that tests their limits and unlocks new transformations. The saga features characters like Whis and Bilss, as well as the return of old acquaintances like Pilaf and his gang.

Image: Shueisha

8. Frieza’s Resurrection Saga

The Frieza Resurrection Saga is found in the animated series, film, and manga special and follows Goku and his friends as they fight against Frieza’s resurrection. The saga features intense battles between the Z Fighters and the forces of the evil emperor, including Goku’s transformation into Super Saiyan Blue.

Image: Shueisha

7. Saga of Universe 6 and 7.

This saga features the Z Fighters in an interdimensional tournament between Universe 6 and Universe 7. It introduces new characters such as Heath and Cabba and features exciting battles between universes. The saga is exciting and full of highlights such as the confrontation between Goku and Hit, as well as the canonical introduction of techniques such as the Augmented Kaio-ken.

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6. The superhero saga

The latest film in the franchise, also adapted from Toyotaro’s manga. It introduces us to Gohan and Piccolo’s fight against the Red Patrol and a new variant of Cell, including transformations for everyone (we’re talking about you, Gohan the Beast). The movie isn’t that good, the manga is better, but it lags far behind other super sagas.

Image: Shueisha

5. Zamasu Saga

This saga follows the events following the tournament between Universes 6 and 7 and introduces us to Zamasu, a Kaioh-shin student from Universe 10 who begins his plan to eradicate all mortals and create a world without them. In the process, he takes over Goku’s body from the alternate reality only to cause chaos in the reality of Future Trunks, who calls the Z Fighters for help.

Image: Shueisha

4. Broly Saga

After the conclusion of the Tournament of Power Saga, this film appeared and is canonically inserted into the Super Timeline, although it was barely mentioned in the manga. As the title of the saga suggests, characters such as Broly are introduced in a canonical manner.

Image: Shueisha

3. Granola Saga

The latest saga to date starring Goku and Vegeta, with nostalgic looks at Goku’s past and enemies with not very good designs, but yes: full of epic battles. This is where the granola comes in, and at the end Frieza showed us a new transformation.

Image: Shueisha

2. Saga of the Tournament of Power

The Tournament of Power saga is one of the biggest and most exciting in Dragon Ball Super. This is a multiverse tournament in which teams from different universes fight for their survival. The saga features exciting battles, the introduction of new characters such as Jiren and Caulifla, and the return of classic techniques. This is an epic saga that shows the strength and determination of the Z Warriors.

Image: Shueisha

1. Moreau’s Saga

The Galactic Patrol Prisoners Saga is one of the last Dragon Ball Super titles, but it left a lasting impression on fans. It features Goku and his allies facing off against Moro, a powerful sorcerer who threatens to destroy entire planets. The saga is exciting and action-packed, with shocking moments and unexpected discoveries. It stands out for its intriguing villain, epic battles, and character development.

Image: Shueisha

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