Vegeta demonstrates his strength and skill by parrying an attack from Granolah in his Super Saiyan Blue form, proving that titles such as “strongest” and “second strongest” are not the only factors that determine the outcome. war. Vegeta unleashes a new power, Ultra Ego, which grows stronger as the fight continues. This contrasts with Goku’s Ultra Instinct, which focuses on reflexive defense rather than pure strength. While Vegeta temporarily surpassing Goku is nothing new, he clearly outclassed Goku in his battles against Granolah, demonstrating the ability to fight longer and more brutally.
While vegetable often looked down upon for playing second fiddle GokuRecent chapters of Super Dragon Ball suggests that the Saiyan prince may have finally surpassed his rival. Although Vegeta has never officially lost to Goku alone in battle, he has been eclipsed in power many times and thus has a reputation for always being “second best” among the Z Fighters. While this trend may be common to much of Dragon Ball, both Goku and Vegeta’s fight with rogue sniper Granolah paints a different picture.
In chapter 73 of Dragon Ball Super, Goku steps up to fight Granolah, but quickly realizes he is outmatched and uses his Ultra Instinct mastery in an attempt to overwhelm his foe. At first, it appeared that Granolah was being pushed to the ropes by Ultra Instinct, but it was soon revealed that Goku had been pursuing a weaker clone all along. When the real Granolah arrives on the scene, Goku is knocked out with a single move, both weakening him and rendering him unconscious. This only leaves Vegeta fighting Granolah, and things play out very differently from there.
Vegeta’s super ego proves that Vegeta’s power is greater
Even without the power of Ultra Instinct, Vegeta was able to withstand many attacks from Granolah in his Super Saiyan Blue Evolved form. While Granolah is arguably the strongest warrior in the universe at this time, Vegeta’s skill and experience allow him to continue fighting back, even when at a disadvantage. As the battle progresses, Vegeta emphasizes that the titles “strongest” and “second strongest” only reflect certain times and that the battle is not decided solely by one’s rank. This line both refers to the time when Vegeta was considered the second strongest and serves as a foreshadowing of him eventually surpassing Goku.
With his back against the wall, Vegeta unleashes a new power based on his abandonment and desire for battle: Ultra Ego. Almost immediately, Vegeta begins to overwhelm Granolah with this new move. Additionally, it is revealed that fending off Granolah’s attacks makes Ultra Ego Vegeta even stronger over time, in direct opposition to Goku’s Ultra Instinct which weakens in power over time. time. Vegeta was also hit with the same move that took down Ultra Instinct Goku, and although it momentarily stunned him, the Saiyan prince was able to power back up and continue his fight. war. Through being able to directly encounter Granolah, Vegeta is clearly strong enough to wage a much longer and more brutal fight than Goku.
The Super Ego is stronger than the true Super Self
Ultra Ego is a purely strength-based ability, designed to grow stronger the longer the battle goes on. That’s completely different from Goku’s newest form, True Ultra Instinct, which allows him to tap into the reflexive attack and defense abilities of Ultra Instinct without completely separating himself from his emotions. . Ultra Instinct proved difficult to use for Goku because of his emotions, and luckily he was able to find a way around that, but Ultra Instinct isn’t ultimately about strength. strong; Much of its utility lies in the “autonomous” defense it provides, keeping Goku from taking too much damage too quickly.
That’s a stark difference from Ultra Ego, which wanted the user to get hurt and take damage to gain ever-greater levels of power. In that sense, there’s no debate about which form is more powerful: Ultra Ego is power, plain and simple, while Ultra Instinct is a more complex ability that has utility beyond just attacking. labour. Of course, Ultra Ego is said to have one major drawback, as Vegeta’s attack ability is not automatically increased by Ultra Ego; Upon receiving too much damage, Vegeta collapsed, despite the power still flowing through his body. As the technique of a god of destruction, it expects its user to also have the durability of a god, which Vegeta does not.
For the most part, Goku and Vegeta maintain a relative relationship with each other, sometimes surpassing each other and pushing each other to greater heights. Vegeta temporarily exceeding Goku’s power is not new territory for Dragon Ball, as he was not only stronger than Goku when they first met but was also the strongest Z-Fighter on two separate occasions during the Cell Saga. Can’t say though vegetable it will still be better for both of you over time Super Dragon BallIt was clear that he absolutely performed better Goku in the battle against Granolah.