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Despite its name, filler is not necessarily designed as pure padding. Sometimes, the anime may make changes that do not seem to extend the story length, but rather, seem to be mere creative changes to the story itself. For example, in the Tournament Saga , in the manga, Goku and Krillin meet Yamcha in the preliminaries, but in the anime, they meet when they are registering for the tournament. It appears that it would have taken the same number of frames to draw this plot point the way it was originally written; as such, giving it the term "filler" is dubious. Rather, it seems that the animation team simply decided to re-write that portion of the story.

Additionally, "filler" might be done simply to write away plotholes from the manga, rather than pad the episodes. One of the earliest examples of this also comes in the Tournament Saga. In the manga, Krillin draws #1 for the quarter-finals of the tournament, forcing him to face off against Bacterian , who drew #2. However, after that, Krillin and Bacterian were shown inexplicably switched around, with Krillin as #2 and Bacterian as #1. The anime changed this so that Krillin had always drawn #2, another change that did not extend the episode length at all.

The Gokuden series includes several anime filler characters and events. Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan is the first Dragon Ball game to feature movie characters, being Garlic Jr. and his henchmen ( Ginger , Nikki and Sansho ). Anime-only characters such as Scarface , Shorty , Princess Snake, Mez, Goz, and Gregory also appear in this game. Like Piccolo does in the anime, every character in the game is able to use cloning in order to train.

The anime-only Mirror spaceship and Fake Namek make brief appearances during the group's journey to Namek in Dragon Ball Z II: Gekishin Freeza . Planet Kanassa and Kanassan , from the TV special Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku , are also featured in the game.

Jeice and Burter can use their anime-only combined technique Purple Comet Crash in Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu .

Characters from the movie Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge are featured in Dragon Ball Z III: Ressen Jinzōningen . The movie characters Cooler , Lord Slug , and Turles appear in Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku .

GON and DNR offer opportunities for anglers to set records and receive rewards for their achievements. Do you love the…

Port Clinton, OH (2018) – A longbeard approaching in full strut is one of the most exciting and memorable moments…

Despite its name, filler is not necessarily designed as pure padding. Sometimes, the anime may make changes that do not seem to extend the story length, but rather, seem to be mere creative changes to the story itself. For example, in the Tournament Saga , in the manga, Goku and Krillin meet Yamcha in the preliminaries, but in the anime, they meet when they are registering for the tournament. It appears that it would have taken the same number of frames to draw this plot point the way it was originally written; as such, giving it the term "filler" is dubious. Rather, it seems that the animation team simply decided to re-write that portion of the story.

Additionally, "filler" might be done simply to write away plotholes from the manga, rather than pad the episodes. One of the earliest examples of this also comes in the Tournament Saga. In the manga, Krillin draws #1 for the quarter-finals of the tournament, forcing him to face off against Bacterian , who drew #2. However, after that, Krillin and Bacterian were shown inexplicably switched around, with Krillin as #2 and Bacterian as #1. The anime changed this so that Krillin had always drawn #2, another change that did not extend the episode length at all.

The Gokuden series includes several anime filler characters and events. Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan is the first Dragon Ball game to feature movie characters, being Garlic Jr. and his henchmen ( Ginger , Nikki and Sansho ). Anime-only characters such as Scarface , Shorty , Princess Snake, Mez, Goz, and Gregory also appear in this game. Like Piccolo does in the anime, every character in the game is able to use cloning in order to train.

The anime-only Mirror spaceship and Fake Namek make brief appearances during the group's journey to Namek in Dragon Ball Z II: Gekishin Freeza . Planet Kanassa and Kanassan , from the TV special Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku , are also featured in the game.

Jeice and Burter can use their anime-only combined technique Purple Comet Crash in Dragon Ball Z: Super Saiya Densetsu .

Characters from the movie Dragon Ball Z: Cooler's Revenge are featured in Dragon Ball Z III: Ressen Jinzōningen . The movie characters Cooler , Lord Slug , and Turles appear in Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku .

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GON and DNR offer opportunities for anglers to set records and receive rewards for their achievements. Do you love the…

Port Clinton, OH (2018) – A longbeard approaching in full strut is one of the most exciting and memorable moments…


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