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Except that sky being blue or not change nothing when Vegeta can easily fly around the world or high enough to see the moon anyway.
 
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So no, this mean nothing, having a scene cut because you can't leave Goku's POV like that in game doesn't suddenly uncanonise the manga.

Latest revision as of 22:24, January 18, 2020

Mister Fix It 200 wrote:

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Dragomer wrote: No, Piccolo and Goku scale to Piccolo's direct feat of blowing up the moon, we see it happen on screen and then Vegeta actively searching for the moon and not finding it, stop the reaching, DB Kakarot was talking about the fake moon from the filler episode, not the moon Piccolo blew up.

The scene you’re talking about doesn’t even show up in the game. They are talking about Kid Gohan pre training with piccolo. As in the picture it shows Gohan pre Orange Gi.

Toriyama retconned Vegeta not finding moon in the game as well as after the Kamehameha and Galick Gun clash Vegeta doesn’t say anything about the moon and just makes his own. Also the sky is still quite blue so the moon would not even be visible.

No, Toriyama didn't retcon anything and i'm talking about the illusion thing, that's what it was refering to, nothing else.

Given that Vegeta can fly around the whole world easily, talking about blue sky is meaningless, Vegeta searched for it (meaning he could find it if it hadn't been destroyed) and didn't find it, nothing was retconned.

No it was indeed retconned.’ Akira Toriyama retconned Piccolo busting the Moon he made a illusion the moon was destroyed. Kid Gohan in his yellow and green suit getting chased by a dinosaur is proof that they are referring to when Gohan first transformed. As this happens in the game. The hologram moon epis de that you are talking about DOES NOT appear in the game, and in the anime Gohan was already far into his training with piccolo when that episode happened and had his Orange gi, the picture next to the statement is Gohan still in his yellow and green clothes.

https://imgur.com/a/EPVBuO2

The Japanese Dub you can still see the Moon when Nappa and Vegeta arrive to earth https://m.imgur.com/a/OLvHgiZ

The Here scene of Vegeta looking for the Moon does not happen in the game

https://imgur.com/a/cmso7iz

Instead this happens

https://imgur.com/a/w0OWrUI Right after the Kamehameha Galick Gun struggle Vegeta lands back down to make his own power ball. He never once mentions that there is no Moon. Also the sky is blue and not dark yet, so the Full Moon would not be visible. This means major CRT downgrade to Saiyan Saga Tiers being 6-B - 6-A scaling from their 23rd Budokai counterparts.

No, he didn't, what appear or not in the game doesn't change what the codex entry refer to.

That's the anime and that's just a minor scene's inconsistency to make a shot look better, that change nothing.

Obviously it doesn't happen, you can't just leave the playable character's point of view in the middle of a game, unlike a manga.

Except that sky being blue or not change nothing when Vegeta can easily fly around the world or high enough to see the moon anyway.

So no, this mean nothing, having a scene cut because you can't leave Goku's POV like that in game doesn't suddenly uncanonise the manga.

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