Super Saiyan 3 is one of the formations that are rarely found in the Dragon Ball series. But did you know that Super Saiyan 3 is one of the strongest forms of Saiyan? Do you know Super Saiyan 3 data and facts that are not widely disclosed? Super Saiyan 3 is a unique form that often looks like an exception in the Super Saiyan ranking system.
Super Saiyan 3 takes the form of a myth that requires extraordinary dedication. Super Saiyan 3 seems almost foreign to the Saiyan race due to its perversions.
Another Super Saiyan 3 fact is that only a handful of people were able to acquire Super Saiyan 3 during the episodes of the Dragon Ball canon. Uniquely this thing stands out because it is an extraordinary form and ordinary at the same time. With a few lists of Super Saiyan 3 facts that will be outlined below, you can find out how “unusual” this form is.
1. Original Design Concept
The Super Saiyan 3 form underwent several design variations before it was first introduced during the Buu Saga. Initially this form was drawn with long hair similar to Super Saiyan 2 but with a more beautified version.
However, at the last stage of development, it was decided that the shape of the eyebrow removal on the user was considered to make the form more intimidating than the previous Super Saiyan form as well as to make it stand out from the rest.
2. Saiyan Must Master Super Saiyan 2
To be able to reach Super Saiyan 3 form, a Saiyan must master Super Saiyan 2 first. This state is also known as “Ascended Saiyan” which is where Super Saiyan 2 pushes the user past the Super Saiyan powers. If it wasn’t difficult enough to become Super Saiyan 2, one had to master this form if they wanted to reach Super Saiyan 3.
3. Super Saiyan 3 Has Weaknesses
It turns out that this form has its drawbacks as well. Under normal conditions, the Super Saiyan 3 form is highly ineffective against powerful foes like Beerus and Majin Buu. Super Saiyan 3 makes the user’s physical fatigue quickly and it is difficult to control his enormous power. It is because of this that Goku chooses not to use Super Saiyan 3 unless he is out of options.
4. Have No Myths
Super Saiyan 3 was shown a bit late considering the age of Dragon Ball Z. This transformation only makes a few appearances in Dragon Ball Super. For example during the Buu Saga, Goku couldn’t do the best of any Buu form with Super Saiyan 3, even though he came close on several occasions.
The only victories in Super Saiyan 3 form have been in the form of movies and games, most notably against Hirudegarn in Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon.
5. Vegeta and Broly
In Dragon Ball: Raging Blast, two of the fan-favorite characters receive Super Saiyan 3 transformations. Broly’s hair turns a slightly darker green and makes him look even more intimidating than before.
6. Raditz Long Hair
Raditz’s hair grows longer in his Super Saiyan 3 form. His hair almost hits the ground which makes it a bit difficult to fight. Raditz proved to be stronger than Piccolo and Goku when we first met him on Earth.
7. Goku Rarely Uses Super Saiyan 3
If you’re aware, Goku doesn’t seem to be turning into Super Saiyan 3. As someone who changes Super Saiyan form on a regular basis, Goku probably doesn’t care about mastering Super Saiyan 3. This is because Goku can easily use Super Saiyan 2 and get faster.
8. Goku Uses Super Saiyan 3 Against Janemba
Sometimes it does happen when a Dragon Ball movie is considered canon but it is often removed due to some facts contradicting the television series. Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn isn’t canon, but it’s worth watching as Super Saiyan 3 comes out.
Goku’s mastery in his Super Saiyan 3 form is better than when he fought Majin Buu. To defeat Janemba requires a combination of fusion and Super Saiyan 3.
9. Dragon Ball SD Appears
Like many “SD” manga, Dragon Ball SD is a chibi version of the original story. This “SD” version is intended for younger readers. It turns out that this SD series already covers the original Dragon Ball story to the newer Dragon Ball Z. Even this edition has more humor than the original series.
10. Will Be Super Saiyan God In The Beginning
Before Super Saiyan God it was decided to have signs of majesty, red hair and would be a simpler design using Super Saiyan 3. The only major difference with that form would be to give Goku a cloak, which is definitely quite a weird transformation.
11. 400x Stronger
Super Saiyan 3 users almost always come from the good side. How one controls their emotions and their mindset plays a significant influence in advancing to the next level of Saiyan. As a 400x base level form of Saiyan strength, Super Saiyan 3 is one of the strongest forms we’ve ever seen.
12. Goku Still Has Pupils
Goku is the only Saiyan who still has pupils when using Super Saiyan 3. There are several reasons to explain why Goku still has pupils in his Super Saiyan 3 form. For starters, it should be noted that Goku attained the form for the first time in the afterlife (heaven). Maybe his pupils were affected because he did it there.
13. Nappa’s Future Shapes In The Arcade Trading Card Game
Despite bearing similar titles, Super Dragon Ball Heroes is a separate show from Dragon Ball Heroes. Vegeta, Broly, Raditz, Nappa, Bardock, Cunber, and Gohanks (a fusion of Gohan and Trunks) are among the ones to reach Super Saiyan 3 in Super Dragon Ball Heroes.
Each form makes the appearance of the user change to be extraordinary. This also happened to Nappa. Nappa’s beard grows while performing Super Saiyan but he remains bald.
14. Doesn’t Waste Energy
The full power of Super Saiyan 3 was first revealed in the Super Dragon Ball Heroes episode entitled “Goku Revived!! Strongest vs. Strongest Collide!” Super Saiyan 3 Full Power is a variation of Super Saiyan 3 which has no weaknesses from its original form. This is a fact that is hard to deny.
The elimination of wasted energy and body fatigue makes Super Saiyan 3 Full Power one of the most competent forms of Super Saiyan. The only person known to reach Full Power Super Saiyan 3 is Cunber, an ancient Saiyan.