DBS Reveals the Origin of the Nameks |  Atomix

DBS Reveals the Origin of the Nameks | Atomix

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DBS Reveals the Origin of the Nameks |  Atomix

By Sebastian Quiroz
08/9/2021 3:34 pm

When Akira Toriyama, creator of Dragon ball, gave the reins of the series to Toyotaro, many of us believed that this was only going to have repercussions in the future of the manga. However, since the Moro arc, we have seen how this mangaka has changed some details that already seemed stable. In this way, it was recently revealed that Nameks, the race to which Piccolo belongs, did not originally come from the planet Namek.

In a recent episode of Dragon ball super, Monaito’s character confessed to Granolah that, originally, the Namekians come from the Cereal Planet, where the antagonist in turn is also a native. But nevertheless Piccolo’s race eventually moved to a world they christened Namek.. Even Toriyama was surprised by this change, and this is what he commented:

“Who would have thought that the Nameks were never actually a race born on Planet Namek? I mean, I definitely can’t make such an important decision. That came from Toriyama. “

At the moment it is unknown if this new information will have any kind of impact on the main plot that is developing at the moment. But nevertheless, with a battle between Vegeta and Granolah going on, we may have to wait longer before we have more details on the Nameks.

In related topics, this is what Henry Cavill would look like as Trunks from the future. In the same way, here we tell you who the first Super Saiyan was.

DBS Reveals the Origin of the Nameks |  Atomix

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DBS Reveals the Origin of the Nameks |  Atomix

Sebastian Quiroz

24 years. Editor at Atomix.vg. Consumer of pop culture.

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