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No because the Dragon Balls can only be used if someone died now. No to bring OK but i think dat vegeta knows about bardock why he dint mention goku about him. Sorry to just I would like to see Bardock brought back to life. to be young again see easy but he cannot ever meet goku Goku is with shenron. and the. The author also comments that all he really did was take Goku and give him the brutal . During their visit to the planet, the group encounters one of Frieza's most . peaceful and anyone who isn't doesn't or shouldn't pose a threat to Kakarot. .. opens a time hole with Burst Ki and like Bardock meets their son Kid Goku. Is it possible that Bardock and his wife survived in one of these universes and Goku will finally meet them? Would you want I suspect Gine is in heaven she was generaly a good person and it be odd not to show her after making her canon. A garbage pod!? dead or alive. I'd like it, but I doubt it'll happen.
They wish him back with the B star draon balls.
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Hopefully that would work. Bardock Lives If someone revived Red Shenron they could revive New Vegeta by making the wish in a spaceship and recollecting them in a year after ditching the ship. Then they could revive Bardock. Bardock would only have the same amount of power he did before dying though, so he would only have around 10, power lvl. He'd quickly gt beaten by a ton of fighters. If he still had that future sight ability he'd be better than most fighters but being weak he'd be more of an advisor because he could tell others the enemies attacks.
This could win wars. I'm a Bardock fan even if he doesn't have that future sight thing. Wolf77xkaioken Yes he can If Bardock or any other person that died of unnatural causes remains were moved to earths check in station they can then be brought back to live.
I read rule for this wiki and it states that the one year restriction is wishes to bring live more then on person.
Basically, Bulma could go to Namek, use the Namekian Dragon Balls, and revive Bardock, although Bardock would have to be in the check-in station first.
Or we could go with the Black star dragon ball theory. Yes He can be Revived But This previous post Bardock was never killed by Frieza when he unleashed that supernova ball on planet Vegeta.
He was transported nack into the past where he encountered Frieza's ancestor, Chilled, and transformed into a Super Saiyan making his PL way above 10, now. Somewhere aroundnow since the transformation increases a Saiyan's PL by 50X.
So lived out the rest of his days in the past and died naturally, and neither Porunga or Shenron have the power to wish a person back to live who died of a natural cause. So it is impossible for him to be revived with the Dragon Balls. It's sad that he never got to meet his son, Goku, or his grandsons, Gohan or Goten, either. Anyone here played the game? Should Dragon Ball continue after Super, which it more than likely will, bet your money on Pan taking the spotlight in a big way.Dragon Ball Super「AMV」 - Episode of bardock/story of bardock [HD]
Instead, Gohan and Goten have always been more interested in living a grounded lifestyle away from the action Goku seeks out. Take Gohan for instance. The first thing we learn about him is that he wants to grow up to be a scholar. His entire arc in the Saiyan saga revolves around getting him to understand he needs to fight. Not once does he actually want to fight. This is a theme that carries over through the entirety of Z and has its emotional peak during the Cell Games.
Why risk your life when your dad can just save the day? Goku cares about his friends and family, but he and Pan connect on a deeper level. He treats her as an equal, has genuine fun with her, and puts his life on the line for her during GT.
Pan is the one person Goku consistently shows a delicate amount of care for. It makes sense if you think about it. The interesting thing is, this is actually a retcon. When the time came for a volume release of those chapters, Toriyama ended up rewriting them so that Gohan was now four.
Given the dark subject matter he ended up dealing with during the saga, Toriyama likely felt it more appropriate to age Gohan up a year.
Who we know as Teen Gohan, the Gohan featured during the Cell Games, is actually 9 years old, and not 11 like the dub claims he is. If you ignore age completely, then the labels do make some sense. Boo arc Gohan does look like an adult and Cell Games Gohan very much resembles a teenager.
It should be noted that fans have always commented on how poor of a father was long before DBZA, but cases in favor of Goku have become harder to find. Goku raises Gohan for four years, he dies for one year, he protects Gohan during the Saiyan fight and on Namek, he disappears for almost two years, he trains Gohan for three years, trains him in the RoSaT for one year, and then dies for seven years.
Originally, the prevailing theory was simply that, because Goku could already turn Super Saiyan when Goten was conceived, Goten inherited Super Saiyan from birth. Later, Toriyama added new information and confirmed that Goten was born without a tail and that tailless hybrids can turn Super Saiyan easily.
With the very recent addition of S-Cells, though, it seems like the original fan theory has actually ended up being canon. Goten inherited Super Saiyan from birth.