Despite the fact that trunk As one of the greatest heroes in the Dragon Ball universe, he nearly destroyed it in his time. Dragon Ball GT career–and Super Dragon Ball explain exactly how that happened.
Trunks is the half-human, half-Saiyan son of Bulma and Vegeta, who has perhaps the best introduction of any Dragon Ball character in history. Initially, fans were introduced to a version of Trunks from the future (dubbed Future Trunks), a mysterious sword-wielding warrior who killed Frieza as if nothing had happened. While this new character is certainly great, the lore surrounding him became even more interesting when it was revealed that he wasn’t even the version of Trunks from the main timeline of the series. Dragon Ball, and the main version is still a child who will probably grow up. up to become a fighter similar to what fans get with Future Trunks. This means that when Future Trunks’ time with the Z-Fighters comes to an end, fans still have a main timeline version of the character to look forward to–and that excitement and anticipation has paid off with Dragon. Ball GT.
Dragon Ball Super reveals Trunks isn’t good with computers and GT confirms it
In Dragon Ball GT season 1, episode 22 (written by Aya Matsui, directed by Osamu Kasai, produced by Toei Animation), Trunks, Goku and Pan exposed a secret room inside Dr. Myuu’s lair evil – the room containing GT’s most powerful Mutant Machine Dragon Balls called the Baby. Baby is an incredibly powerful entity with the power to conquer any known planet in existence, essentially making him a threat to the end of the universe. In this episode, Baby is still just an artificial fetus growing inside a tank powered by a computer and generator. As the Z-Fighters confront the unconscious Baby, Trunks reveals that he had sneaked into this room before and loaded a virus into the computer designed to keep the Baby alive. Unfortunately, a while later, Baby wakes up to find himself too strong for the virus uploaded by Trunks – or because Trunks didn’t do it right.
Based on the official Dragon Ball timeline, Dragon Ball Super takes place between Dragon Ball Z (right after Goku’s battle with Majin Buu) and Dragon Ball GT (takes five years after Dragon Ball’s ten year time jump). Z). This means that whatever happens in Super is just a prelude to what will happen in GT – including an explanation of why Trunks’ attack on Baby didn’t work. In Dragon Ball Super chapter 88 by Akira Toriyama and Toyotarou, Trunks (main timeline version) and Goten are teenagers who decide to commit themselves to becoming superheroes. When Goten received a tip about a cybercrime and wanted to get into action, Trunks turned down the mission because it sounded too boring and didn’t require any physical action. Goten later admitted that Trunks’ feelings for the task were justified, noting that Trunks was not very computer savvy.
Dragon Ball Super confirmed that Trunks was no good at computers, but just a few years later, the same version of the character tried to stop perhaps the most dangerous creature in the universe through the use of a computer. Trunks could have just blown up Baby’s tank like Future Trunks did with Cell’s DBZ, but he’s trying to stop Baby with his seemingly nonexistent computer skills instead. No wonder the virus didn’t kill Baby, Trunks might not even have uploaded it correctly if the information given in Super was to be trusted. This means because trunk is bad with computers as established in Super Dragon BallHis mission to kill Baby through a computer virus failed, causing Dragon Ball GTThe entire universe is in danger of being completely destroyed.