Dragon Ball GT concluded with the descendants of Goku and Vegeta failing to recognize each other, implying a separation between the two families.
In the original Dragon Ball series, the friendship between Bulma and Goku played a significant role as they embarked on adventures together in search of the Dragon Balls. This connection carried over into Dragon Ball GT, but it appears to have dissipated by the end of the show.
The final episode of Dragon Ball GT took place at the World Martial Arts Tournament, a pivotal location in the series. During the tournament, Goku Jr., the descendant of Goku, faced off against Vegeta Jr., the descendant of Vegeta. Bulma Leigh, Vegeta Jr.’s mother and the head of Capsule Corporation, was also present. Surprisingly, the descendants didn’t recognize each other, indicating that the bonds established in Dragon Ball didn’t endure beyond a certain generation of Z-Fighters.
The outcome raises questions about what transpired between the Sons and the Briefs, considering they were seemingly the only remaining Saiyan families and Goku and Bulma shared a close relationship. It’s possible that tensions arose from the Sons perceiving Bulma as a catalyst for Goku’s detachment from his family, leading them to sever ties with the Briefs.
Towards the end of Dragon Ball GT, the Dragon Balls lost their wish-granting abilities, partly due to Bulma’s Dragon Radar making them easier to locate. To rectify Bulma’s mistake, Goku had to leave behind his friends and family, potentially straining his marriage to Chi-Chi. This may have caused Chi-Chi to harbor resentment towards Bulma for disrupting their family dynamic. It’s plausible that after the friendship between Goten and Trunks’ generation, the two families grew apart.
This notion is reinforced in Dragon Ball GT: A Hero’s Legacy, where Goku Jr. embarks on a quest for the Dragon Balls without employing the Dragon Radar. If his family still had ties with the Briefs, Goku Jr. could have used the Dragon Radar to locate the restored Dragon Balls and wish for Pan’s recovery. Similarly, if the families were still close, the Capsule Corporation could have easily covered Pan’s medical expenses. The absence of these actions suggests a prolonged separation between the Briefs and Son families, likely stemming from the power and influence of the Dragon Balls.
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