“Dragon Ball Super.” Goku and Vegeta copied each other’s deaths as they battled powerful opponents on many occasions – including many times when both met their unexpected consequences. But one defeat in the Dragon Ball Super game at the hands of magician Moro ended abruptly, both of the Asians survived somehow.
While Moro easily defeats both of his Super Saiyan enemies, he surprisingly leaves them behind when he could have quickly eliminated them. Here’s how Moro made his last mistake – and why this consideration is another hubris case that has called for the Drag Ball bullet victory in most cases throughout franchise history. Dragon Ball Super.
After liberation from millions of years of captivity, Moro sought to regain his full potential by using the green energy of anyone and everything in his path, including gravity on all planets. Encountered with other inmates who escaped from the Galactic Patrol cell, (Dragon Ball Super) Moro headed to New Namek to use the Namekian Dragon Balls to wish for a full recovery after the dry days.
Vegetables join Moro first, pretending to be defeated to learn the villain’s plan before taking it seriously. However, Moro reveals that he too has taken control, easily defeating both Goku and Vegeta and beating them within an inch of their lives. Moro uses his magical skills to unleash power on two defeated Saiyan before turning back to recapture seven Namekian Dragon Balls scattered throughout the world.
There are a few reasons why Moro has turned his attention elsewhere and left abruptly on the battlefield while with Goku and Vegeta with his full kindness. (Dragon Ball Super) First of all, by all appearances, both the Saints were already dead, with Moro pulling them out with such force that he began to regain his youthful appearance. Even after a small Namibian moon Esca rescued the two warriors and used his power to heal them to the best of their ability, Vegeta and Goku remained the same for three days, their wounds and their strength being so intense.
Moro was also informed by his right-hand man Cranberry that a nearby Namekian village with Dragon Ball had been found. While Moro could have finished with Vegeta and Goku in just seconds because of how weak they were both, he had a greater desire to follow the Dragons Balls to achieve his real goal rather than let the Namibians escape with them to continue his quest. If Cranberry had been informed of Moro, the villain may have been very careful in ensuring that the Saudis were dealt with fairly.
From Frieza taking his time to destroy the Z Fighters to Vegeta allowing Cell to achieve his ideal, overconfidence and undue pride have long been Achilles’ heel for many Dragon Ball characters. Moro did not finish Goku and Vegeta in their first battle in New Namek – even though he took the lives of defeated Saiyans – is one of a long list of mistakes made by hubris. The move will eventually be seen as Moro’s postponement after the final game on Earth. Dragon Ball Super.