Who did Android 13 fuse with?

Upon his arrival, 13 engaged Goku, while Trunks and Vegeta battled 14 and 15. Eventually the two androids met their end at the hands of the two, upon their transformation into Super Saiyans. However this worked in 13’s favor as he proceeded to absorb components from the destroyed androids and became Super Android 13.

Who defeated Android 13?

Goku finally defeats him by creating a Spirit Bomb, consuming it, and going Super Saiyan. Super 13, already damaged just by being near Goku’s new power, is destroyed by a single punch to the chest. With all of its creations destroyed, Dr. Gero’s supercomputer shuts down for good.

Who did Android 17 fuse with?

In Dragon Ball GT, Android 17 fuses with Hell Fighter 17 (A replica created by Dr. Gero) to become Super 17. He’s destroyed after Goku punches his way through his chest. In Super, Android 17 dies while protecting Goku (a wild turnabout considering he was created to kill him).

Will there be Android 13?

Android 13 is the next OD that is being developed by Google and the fans are curious about it. … A recent report from XDA Developers confirms that Google will be using the codename ‘Tiramisu’ for their upcoming Android 13. This is not surprising because every new Android OS usually gets such names derived from desserts.

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Who defeated Super Android 17?

Goku decides to transform into Super Saiyan 4. Goku uses a powerful Kamehameha (Kamehameha increased 10). The irony is that the Kamehameha was absorbed by Super Android 17. After a hard battle, Super Android 17 defeats Goku.

Why can’t Vegeta go SSJ3?

The reason Vegeta could’nt go SSJ3 is because Goku is a Honour Gene. Honour Gene’s can go SSJ3. However, Vegeta wasn’t a Honour, instead he is a Pride Gene. Pride Gene’s can only go SSJ, ASSJ, USSJ, SSJ2, and SSJ4.

Is Goten stronger than Gohan?

Goten is stronger than Gohan and Goku were at HIS AGE. Goku trained almost his whole life, and Gohan was the first one to achieve Super Saiyan 2 and had a lot of potential.

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