During this time, he also used Broly to destroy the remaining planets in the South Galaxy, such being the main cause of the realization of disturbance in the universe from King Kai, which caused him to contact Goku and inform him of the Super Saiyan threat. He seems to favor a fighting style which resembles wrestling to a certain extent. Garlic Junior, Dr. Uiro, Tullece, and Lord Slug were all… After the Legendary Super Saiyan, Broly's defeat on New Planet Vegeta, he makes a frantic escape in his Saiyan Pod as the planet is demolished by Comet Camori. Trunks and Goten prepare to destroy Bio-Broly before he can be fully replenished, but the clone simply catching sight of Goten is enough to awaken both the Saiyan instincts and the personal vendetta of his source material. Broly's name is a pun off of the vegetable broccoli, which is even stated in the English version of the movie when Master Roshi accidentally refers to him as "Broccoli" while drunk. Bio-Broly is the first of three consecutive villains in film who have very few speaking lines, besides grunts and other agitated sounds (although in his first form. He has great muscle mass, eyes which lack pupils, pale skin, and a greenish yellow hair color. Rampant with the freedom of insanity, even the combined Super Saiyan strength of Goku, Gohan and Future Trunks are futile. execution likely thanks to his amazing power level, Broly faces yet another threat that day, when Frieza's Supernova destroys Planet Vegeta after commencing his genocide of the Saiyan race, vanquishing all but eight Saiyans (4 in the original manga and anime, 8 with movies and specials, though thanks to Super's latest chapter, it has been revealed that there are NUMEROUS Saiyans in Universe 6, as their original planet was never destroyed.). Legendary Super Saiyan Broly. It is a form that has very little disadvantages and allows Broly to overwhelm his opponents. Bio-Broly shatters his stasis cell by transforming into a Legendary Super Saiyan, only to be drenched in culture fluid which, upon becoming exposed to air, becomes corrosive. In order to maintain the great increment of muscle mass proportionate to the body, Broly's height also increases as a Legendary Super Saiyan by a great amount.Unlike other Super Saiyan forms which cause the inexperienced user to suffer exhaustion, this transformation maintains a constant flow of energy as a battle is prolonged. In Bio-Broly, Trunks admits to having a "problem" with dogs. Now an unemployed vagabond, Maloja wanders about until he discovers Broly's blood-tarnished Saiyan Pod. Bio Broly: A clone of Broly that becomes disfigured by containment slime and wreaks havoc in an island laboratory in DBZ Movie 11. * Ki Blast, the most basic form of energy wave. Now an unemployed vagabond… This may explain why his skin tone becomes incredibly pale and gray-tinged. Over time the pod finally reaches Earth, soon after which Broly collapses from exhaustion and enters a sort of coma, where for seven years the elements expand around him. Few others are this simplistic in their dialogue exchange, with, A common misconception is that Broly is the same Saiyan that Vegeta refers to when relating the Super Saiyan legend to Goku in the episode ", Aside from flashbacks to his infancy, Broly lacks a Saiyan tail, despite Akira Toriyama's character design sheets of him depicting him with a tail even in adult form. The series' Japanese fanbase responded so well to Broly however, that Toei decided to produce a sequel to The Legendary Super Saiyan, set seven years later while Goku. Having survived this. Paragus narrowly manages to survive adorning Broly with the ring, Broly's calmness vanishing as soon as he notices the ring that Paragus tries to place on his forehead. This anomaly meant that by birth, Broly's power had already been close to that of Bardock and King Vegeta at the time of their deaths (which coincidentally happens during the afternoon of Broly's birth). It is during a tour at their destination, an island where Jaguar's laboratory fortress resides, that Trunks and Goten discover an incomplete Super Bio-Warrior, uncanny in resemblance to the Legendary Super Saiyan. Find great deals on eBay for bio-broly. Movie villains in Dragon Ball tend to be a one and done deal. 1 Character Synopsis 2 Character Statistics 3 Other Attributes 3.1 Ki 4 Others Broly(ブロリーBurorī) is a pure-blooded Saiyan born on Planet Vegeta. Because of his father's wishes to take re… Broly was born in 737 Age, during the period of intense turmoil between Frieza and the Saiyans. Over time, the pod finally reaches Earth, soon after which Broly collapses from exhaustion and enters a sort of coma, where for seven years, the elements expand around him. While Maloja is claiming his reward for supplying Jaguar and Collie with Broly's DNA, the now rampant and extremely dangerous culture fluid oozes upon him, killing him in the midst of an evil-banishing prayer. 1.1 broly (kid) 1.2 broly; 1.3 broly (wrathful) 1.4 super saiyan broly; 1.5 super saiyan broly (full power) 1.6 legendary super saiyan broly; 1.7 bio-broly; 1.8 super saiyan 3 broly; 1.9 super saiyan 4 broly; 1.10 broly & cheelai & lemo; 1.11 paragus & broly Also, Broly in this form is capable of surviving lava, which is evidenced when Broly emerges from the lava pool shortly after Gohan tricked him into being caught in the lava in a last ditch effort of defeating him, but ONLY thanks to his Ki Shield. He obtains the Super Saiyan 3 form in both Raging Blast and Dragon Ball Heroes.In the same game, he obtains the Super Saiyan 4 form! After the Z Fighters leave the vicinity of Natade Village, the people expel the village priest Maloja, whose incompetence before the arrival of the Z Fighters led to the arrangement of a number of per-year human sacrifices. Main article: Bio-Broly No less popular than in his debut, Toei commissioned a third Broly film, entitled Bio-Broly, in July 1994. With this, Goten, Trunks and Krillin strike the clone with enough energy to shatter him into pieces. The blood sample is processed by Dr. Collie's team of scientists and a clone is born. It is implied that Broly might have grown insane from living with the pain and fear endured by the father and son for so long. The attempted execution also increases the strength of both father and son, due to the Saiyan ability to greatly increase their strength after recovering from near-death experiences. Broly's name is an allusion to the broccoli vegetable, which is even stated in the English version of the movie when Master Roshi refers to him as Broccoli by accident. Broly is capable of transforming into a Golden Great Ape, referred to simply as Great Ape Broly (much like Baby Vegeta's Golden Great Ape state), though Broly's variant of the form is distinct from that of other Saiyans. Broly is unsuccessful and is ultimately launched into the Sun by a Family Kamehameha fired by Goten, Gohan and the spirit of Goku, apparently ending the life of the mighty Saiyan. In the Japanese dub, Bio-Broly only says one word in the whole film: Kakarot. This glaring weakness ultimately resulted in Bio-Broly's demise. At birth, his most curious feature was his inordinate power level of 10,000. I wanted to tell him they were shit and he shouldn’t bother, but decided otherwise and just let him watch them without my commentary and he enjoyed TF outta 2nd Coming and Bio Broly. Trunks' method of defeating Bio-Broly, albeit temporarily, by having him to be consumed by the culture fluid is similar to Gohan's attempts to have the original Broly swallowed by a river of lava in. Once exposed to open air, the culture fluid became a very corrosive fluid that devoured any cellular matter that was not like itself and gained strength and energy as it consumed, allowing the clone to survive in it. Before long, Trunks and Goten encounter Maloja, who confirms what he has selfishly done, before escaping to claim his reward. As his world is decimated, Broly shields himself and his father using an Energy Shield, which allows both Broly and Paragus to survive without air; this is the first time Broly demonstrates what just his infantile power is capable of. But due to his extreme, latent power, Broly survived the assassination attempt and then the destruction of Planet Vegeta at Frieza's hands, escaping alongside his father and … In Bio-Broly, it is revealed that after the Z Fighters leave the vicinity of Natade Village in Second Coming, the people expel the village priest Maloja, whose incompetence before the arrival of the Z Fighters led to the arrangement of a number of per-year human sacrifices. Broly's height and muscle mass also increase by a great amount after transforming; during his transformation, his skin cracks and peels back to reveal green-colored energy in his body. The Legendary Super Saiyan form erupts from underneath the flesh of his previous form. The battle is drawn to an early close when Paragus arrives and is able to rectify his control over Broly. Meanwhile, Jaguar plans to pit Bio-Broly against Mr. Satan. King Vegeta closes the argument by sentencing Paragus to death for dis-allegiance, shooting him with an energy wave, and throwing him to the garbage holding area within a space ship along with Broly. Paragus eventually loses whatever influence he might have had over his son when Broly is in his. Broly (ブロリー, Burorī; "Broli") is a Saiyan who makes his debut in the movie Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan. Eventually, he is awakened underneath a thick pool of ice by the incessant cries of a nearby Goten, and after escaping this grave, Broly resumes his conquest against the Saiyans who double crossed him, particularly Goten, as Broly's sanity has been breached so heavily since the encounter on New Planet Vegeta that he can hardly tell Goten and his now deceased father apart. However, since Broly is a non-canon character, it wouldn't technically count as a plausible outcome in the chronological timeline. Broly also has a tendency to toy with his victims, as evidenced by his statement that, and "If you'd just let me kill you all before, you wouldn't be dealing with this pain now," Broly enjoys playing with his feeble foes with sadistic sarcasm, often teasing his opponents with a plethora of "free punches". It is possible that Broly is the youngest pure-blooded Saiyan to have achieved the Super Saiyan transformation, as the sequence where Broly is rampant as a child depicts his hair styled in the manner of a Super Saiyan's. Also, when Broly attacked Goku in his restrained Super Saiyan form, he was completely unfazed by everything that Goku threw at him, and Goku only survived this encounter by running away for the most part. This is especially evident when Krillin was actually able to put up a decent fight against Bio-Broly, whereas the real Broly managed to knock him out in one strike before Krillin could even move in to attack. When Jaguar "invites" Mr. Satan to his abode, intending to pit the martial artist against other Bio-Warriors in his collection as revenge for his defeat long ago, Android 18, Trunks and Goten follow. Broly's final transformation puts him in a class of his own. The day he was born, he was noticeably disturbed by Goku's incessant cries in the adjoining cradle. Aside from grunting and yelling, the character often shouts Goku's Saiyan name, "Kakarot", a psychological effect of Goku's persistent crying on Broly as a baby exacerbated by the violent events in his early life. On August 19th, 2009, a scan was released in V-Jump showcasing and revealing that Broly will have an exclusive Super Saiyan 3 transformation in the game Dragon Ball: Raging Blast, as part of a what-if scenario in the story mode. This form is also recognized for generating a great deal of fan art prior to word of its official widespread release. Beyond his initial Super Saiyan transformation, Broly's final form is very similar to a 3rd Stage Super Saiyan, but without the same physical flaws of massive ki consumption and speed loss. They are all a light green shade in color and there are three main types of attacks that he uses. This is one of the two "exclusive characters" said to be coming to Raging Blast. When Broly encounters Goku for the second time, Broly's anger grows out of control and the ring shatters, allowing Broly to transcend to his ultimate transformation: Legendary Super Saiyan.It is not until Broly - Second Coming that Broly's regular Super Saiyan transformation makes its onscreen debut (in the previous movie, his unrestrained Super Saiyan form was only seen in a flashback). body's stability, meaning that there initially is a limit to how much his power level can increase at one time (though he seemed to have overcome that setback when he attacked Earth). Bio-Broly shatters his stasis cell, only to be drenched in culture fluid which, upon becoming exposed to air, becomes corrosive. It is implied in Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan that Broly's father, Paragus, was in fact the inventor of at least one of the techniques Broly is known to use, as Paragus is seen charging an energy wave with a green aura in his left hand, assuring his servant Moah that "there is no need to be afraid anymore," before a long shot shows Paragus' palace illuminate with the wave's aura. Since the power level in this form is so vast, Broly has been shown to take extremely powerful attacks without so much as flinching. Broly's personality is similar to that of a psychopath, as he generally exhibits tremendously uncontrollable rage, and is uplifted by the very idea of bringing destruction and inevitably crushing his enemies. This renders the clone a horribly deformed and slime covered mutant. This anomaly meant that by birth, Broly's power had already been close to that of Bardock and King Vegeta at the time of their deaths (which coincidentally happens during the afternoon of Broly's birth). In his physical form, Bio-Broly in his base and Legendary Super Saiyan forms appeared identical to Broly in Broly - Second Coming, though without Broly's articles of clothing. Biography Edit. In Broly - Second Coming, it was easier for Broly to transform because the ring that Paragus put on him was not on his forehead. Bio Broly is eventually defeated when the ocean water causes him to solidify and turn to stone by chemical compounds, after which Goten and Trunks blow him up. At birth, his most curious feature was his inordinate power level of 10,000. (Guardbreak) Damage: 20 Cooldown: 20 seconds (Note: has a long startup time and a slightly long cooldown.) Broly's energy waves also work in a manner similar to Yamcha's Spirit Ball and Piccolo's Chasing Bullet, as Broly has control over their flightpaths. Broly makes his first playable appearance in a Dragon Ball video game spin-off in Super B'utōden 2 ('although a cheat code is required to access him). Broly's power level not only shoots upward tremendously, but it also steadily increases as long as he stays in this form, so the longer he fights the stronger he gets. Before Broly transformed into the Legendary Super Saiyan, Vegeta, in his Super Saiyan form, threw a kick, then used a charged energy attack which had absolutely no effect on him. Bio-Broly … Additionally, Broly lacks eyebrows in this form, and has the trademark long Super Saiyan 3. hairstyle. In his Mastered Super Saiyan transformation, Gohan is able to cause some damage to Broly, but not enough to shift the battle in his favor. Template:Directory Broly (ブロリー, Burorī; "Broli") is a Saiyan who makes his debut in the movie Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan. The result is a Super Saiyan with a seemingly endless supply of energy. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Because Paragus himself is not seen launching the blast and the character is not playable in any Dragon Ball video game spin-offs, it is uncertain exactly what technique he uses here, although its aura and execution are not unlike the Eraser Cannon technique (it is also similar to Broly's Omega Blaster, but as Paragus' energy wave was less catastrophic to his surroundings, this more than likely is not the case). Broly has only appeared in three Dragon Ball Z films; Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan, Broly - Second Coming, and Bio-Broly. While transformed, Broly made quick work of Super Namek Piccolo, Super Saiyan Fourth Grade Gokū and Super Saiyan Fourth Grade Gohan, the Super Saiyan Second Grade future Trunks, and even Super Saiyan Second Grade Vegeta. Bio-Broly is even more mindless and rage-filled than his original counterpart. As the Legendary Super Saiyan, Broly's strength and speed extraordinarily excel that of any Super Saiyan shown previously. In the video game Budokai Tenkaichi 3, the Strategy Style Z item Broly Style describes his fighting method as "doggedly pursuing the opponent." Vegeta at the time of their deaths (which coincidentally happens during the afternoon of Broly's birth). As astonishing as his son's power level becomes in such short time (especially considering the lifespan of the typical Saiyan), his disturbance and emotional instability are always one step ahead. Broly is unsuccessful and is ultimately launched into the Sun by a Family Kamehameha fired by Goten, Gohan and the spirit of Goku, apparently ending the life of the mighty Saiyan. This renders the clone a horribly deformed and slime covered bio-mutant. According to Vic Mignogna, Broly's English VA, Broly is the one character he has the least interest in reprising the role, as he views having to voice a character who screams, shouts and laughs most of the time as being a very disturbing part of a VA's job. While it appears that the planet's destruction would have killed Broly if Goku's attack hadn't, Broly proclaims after launching his father's Saiyan Pod at the comet earlier in the film, "Did he really think I would die just because this planet was about to explode?"