Summary of the plot
The series again continues the adventures of Son Goku, who is turned back into a child by Emperor Pilaf accidentally wishing this using the Black Star Dragon Balls in the beginning of the series and is forced to travel across the galaxy to retrieve them. The series follows the Z Fighters against far more powerful foes such as the Luud Cult, the Machine Mutants, Baby, Super 17, and the Shadow Dragons.
Power of this verse
GT is a powerful verse, with cosmic-levelled characters, ranging from higher ends of Multi-Solar System level up to Universe level at the highest ends. The heroes in GT are far more powerful than their Dragon Ball Z counterparts, and low-tier GT characters like Pan can easily beat a mid-high tier character like Dr Gero. This is, in part, due to Dragon Ball GT following the Animeverse, in which the top-tier Z fighters are MFTL+ in short bursts of reaction-time/combat speed (gauging from Piccolo busting the moon to Broly travelling through space) and can, at the very least, Star-bust (going by both Super Perfect Cell's statement of destroying the Solar System backed by secondary canon sources and, most importantly, by Kid Buu's feat of gradually destroying a Galaxy, in a similar manner to that described of Broly).
Note: The statistics of earlier Dragon Ball GT characters are based on a composite of the original Dragon Ball Z Anime and Movie feats, with the later GT characters following their own feats.
Supporters and Opponents of the Series
- Quincy King
- Glitch Trainer
- The Living Tribunal 1