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Vegeta (ベジータ Bejīta), more specifically Vegeta IV (ベジータ四世 Bejīta Yonsei), recognized as Prince Vegeta (ベジータ王子 Bejīta Ōji) is the prince of the fallen Saiyan race and one of the main characters of the Dragon Ball series.
Regal, egotistical, and full of pride, Vegeta was once a ruthless, cold-blooded warrior and outright killer, but later abandons his role in the Frieza Force, instead opting to remain and live on Earth. His character evolves from villain, to anti-hero, then to hero through the course of the series, repeatedly fighting alongside the universe’s most powerful warriors in order to protect his new home and surpass Goku in power.
Vegeta is a slim yet very well-built man of a below-average stature, standing at 164 centimeters tall. His hair is black (or dark brown, depending on the media) and spikes upwards. Vegeta has a prominent widow’s peak. Like most Saiyans, he possesses defined eyes with a consistently stern look to them. Like other Universe 7 Saiyans, he was born with a prehensile brown-furred tail, until it was permanently cut off by Yajirobe.
Over the course of the series, Vegeta’s physical appearance changes. While originally appearing very short and lean, especially compared to his massive partner, Nappa, he later seems to be somewhat taller and noticeably more muscular. His hair and forehead appears to be shorter and his facial features, which are perpetually in a scowl, also look more distinct and sharply defined as the series progresses, making him look much older in later sagas compared to what he looked like in his debut.
A major characteristic of Vegeta’s is the fact that he is one of the only Saiyans who have continued to don the traditional Saiyan armor in combat. His general look is a dark blue, full-bodied jumpsuit with white gloves and boots with the said armor on top. He has also been seen wearing alternate forms of the armor, customizing it to better suit his persona. When first arriving on Earth, he wore a white armor with yellow shoulder pads and also padding at his hips and groin. Along with it, he wore a red-lens scouter on his left eye. During the Frieza Saga, he replaced his heavily damaged armor with a similar one, minus the padding around his waistline.
He also briefly wore another scouter until deeming it unnecessary and destroying it. When his armor was damaged in battle against Recoome, he replaced his outfit with an older model design consisting of a black bodysuit, white gloves and boots, and a near-purely white armor without shoulder pads. In the Trunks Saga, he wore a pink short sleeved loose button shirt with the sign “Bad Man” at the back, a white sleeveless undershirt, yellow pants and green shoes with a brown trim. During the Androids Saga, he wore an updated version of his original armor, but without pads.
During the Buu Saga, to be allowed to fight in the World Martial Arts Tournament, Vegeta sported a sleeveless blue bodysuit with white gloves and boots. He later wore this outfit during his sparring match against Goku in Dragon Ball Super: Broly as the color of his bodysuit is blue gray/navy blue.
Originally in the Dragon Ball Z anime, Vegeta appeared with a totally different color scheme from his usual one, having red hair and a battle armor consisting of a green khaki chest piece and burnt orange guard pieces, orange gloves, a navy blue jumpsuit, and his boots with orange tops and brown footings to them. This color scheme also appears as an alternate color for his Battle Armor in various video games.
In Dragon Ball GT, Vegeta swaps out his armor in favor of clothing more characteristic to an Earthling, wearing a crimson tank top, violet gloves, dark blue jeans and violet boots along with a black leather vest. He also cropped his hair, which still spikes upward, and grew a mustache (albeit temporarily, as he shaves it off after Bulla mocks him for it).
In Dragon Ball Super, Vegeta returns to wearing the same modified battle armor he wore during the Androids/Cell Sagas. During the early part of his training under Whis, Vegeta wore a new armor made by Bulma, which changes to have a grey bodysuit and a sleeker armor. Whis also placed his insignia in the left side of the armor’s chest without Vegeta noticing when they were training.
After the Tournament with Universe 6, Vegeta again returns to wearing the same outfit he wore in the Android/Cell sagas. In Broly, to compensate for the Ice Continent’s cold weather, Vegeta also wears a light green winter jacket on top of this outfit which consists of a high turtleneck, a long white line on each sleeve of the jacket with a bold violet colored “SAB” marking in the left chest side of the jacket. Underneath the jacket, his bodysuit has a dark teal shade. In the Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga, Vegeta wears traditional Yardrat armor while training on Planet Yardrat.
In Dragon Ball Heroes, when he appears in the Prison Planet Saga, Vegeta is back to wearing the armor he wore during Resurrection ‘F’ and the Universe 6 Saga, but with a Capsule Corp logo in place of Whis’ symbol. He also has small white leg paddings handing at his hips. In the latest mission of Super Dragon Ball Heroes, the gray sections of the armor have changed to a bright blue, similar in color to Vegeta’s old bodysuit.
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