Although fans are certainly excited when vegetable quickly returned to his villainous ways in time Super Dragon Ballof Granolah the Survivor Arc, this seems quite sudden and unexpected. However, the series explained why that happened and then established that the Saiyan Prince would likely never relapse like that again.
Vegeta opposes Goku in chapter #76 of Dragon Ball Super, fighting Granloah himself, but what Vegeta mutters to himself as the Cerealean prepares to kill him proves that Beerus has led him to believe that he needs to changes into an effective user of the Power of Destruction (Hakai). In chapter #69 of Dragon Ball Super, Beerus tells Vegeta that his God of Destruction’s power is limitless because he only thinks about destruction and if Vegeta wants to use Destruction, he will have to destroy all thoughts. Lost thoughts that you have.
Vegeta’s return as a villain in Dragon Ball Super is just an act
At that time, Beerus was reprimanding Vegeta for spending so much time feeling responsible for the sins of the Saiyan race. However, Vegeta clearly interpreted Beerus’ words as needing to return to his old cruel ways. During the fight against Granloah, Vegeta forces his opponent to destroy the ruins of his civilization, then even attacks Goku, telling him that he would rather die than cooperate with him again. To fans, this may seem like a completely random twist, but it all makes sense since Vegeta is actually trying to master his new powers, which came to fruition with the Ultra transformation. His ego.
However, as proven by his subsequent apology to Beerus, Vegeta only fought dirty against Granolah and said those terrible things to Goku because he was trying to use Destruction in the most effective way, as Beerus had told him. This explains why Vegeta can stop acting like before, almost too quickly, as if nothing had happened. Sure enough, soon Vegeta teams up with Goku again and the two Saiyans witness Bardock’s memories together, creating an even stronger bond over their species’ heritage.
Vegeta’s redemption is real and he will still be a good guy
So while many fans may feel that Dragon Ball Super promised to make Vegeta a villain again and then failed to deliver, Beerus’ comments to Vegeta about how he is able to master Destruction and is followed by Vegeta’s admission of how he was unable to return to the way he was before. they all explain everything perfectly. vegetableHis return to villainy failed because he was trying to be someone he was no longer, and Super Dragon Ball just giving fans one last look at this version of the Saiyan Prince before closing that chapter of his life forever.