Back to page. In Dragon Ball Fusions, Pan is also shown to hate the dance like poses used to perform Five-Way Fusion and like Vegeta she hates having to pose to perform fusion even stating she does not want to perform Five-Way Fusion again after fusing with Kid Goku, Kid Goten, Kid Trunks, and Tekka to form an Ultra Fusion, though despite this she is seen smiling when performing Five-Way Fusion. Say it. After Goku's departure, Pan continued to train during the twelve years of peace between GT and Absalon, finally reaching the Super Saiyan level of power. Once they reach the town everyone hides and Trunks finds the three of them on Immecka's most wanted list. Pan watches as Goku faces down Baby's Revenge Death Ball and presumes him dead when it hits (in reality Goku was transported to an alternate dimension). When Goku turns into a Golden Great Ape, Pan confronts him, shows him the Turtle School uniform that he gave her and a picture of the family at the beach, and then finally breaks down crying, asking, "Grandpa, you wouldn't hurt me, would you?" Pan is introduced at the end of Dragon Ball Z, and only appears in the written series for a few chapters in the manga. In the Baby Saga, Pan is able to defeat Natt (Who was among the Sigma Force when it was stated by Goku that they were as awesome as the last foe he faced, Luud.) After the end of Dragon Ball Z, Pan is first seen in GT stopping Goku (not knowing who he was) from foiling a bank robbery and does so herself, but scares off her date in the process. Pan gets fed up and convinces Goku and Trunks to go face Don Kee head on. However despite this she uses the technique herself in the Xenoverse series and in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, she is shown to be more interested in fusion and even asks the Future Warrior if they want to try fusing sometime while she is their instructor. Dolltaki reveals that Pan must strike the inside of Luud's mechanical heart while Goku strikes the outside at the exact same time. Pan jumps in the carrying car while Goku moves the ship onto the car and Pan drives the ship out of the palace with Goku and Trunks. The two combat (and defeat) Haze Shenron, Rage Shenron, Naturon Shenron and Oceanus Shenron. Just click the "Edit page" button at the bottom of the page or learn more in the Plot Keywords submission guide. During the Peaceful World Saga, Pan (at the age of four) is already a skilled fighter, having been training with her grandfather, Goku, since her infancy. Apr 12, 2015 - This Pin was discovered by julian schuurman. As a baby in Dragon Ball Super, her hair is tied in a tiny ponytail and has four strands of her hair on front and wears only a light pink onesie and a pink bib with her name imprinted. Once destroyed Pan manages to stay floating in earth's upper atmosphere before she eventually flies back to the ground, with the three members of the gang hanging on her leg. RELATED: 10 Questions We Still Have After Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Giru tracks her down and saves her, finding both water and the Dragon Ball inn the process, and Goku and Trunks, upon discovering this, decide to allow Pan to stay. Dr. Gero is unable to do this because Dr. Myuu had reprogrammed Super 17 and proved it by telling Super 17 to kill Dr. Gero. In the anime, she also manages to defeat Goten in his base form. Her role is extended into the anime-only series Dragon Ball GT, which takes place. Pan gets fed up and convinces Goku and Trunks to go face Don Kee head on. They escape without paying and stumble upon the house of an old couple and their children. — Pan after discovering the little boy is her grandfather, Goku, "I'm tired of everyone treating me like a little kid." Trunks and Goten are strong, young teenagers! Then Dolltaki turns everyone except for Trunks, Himself and Goku into dolls and feeds them to the machine deity Luud. As a kid, she has a hairstyle that resembles Fasha's. She and Bulla are good friends and, along with Vegeta Jr.'s mother, are the only featured female partial Saiyans seen in the Dragon Ball series. Goku suggests that they go and fight Don Kee but the couple says that is impossible because of his grand army. For the video game, see Dragon Ball Z: Sagas. Pan realizes that he can not cause earthquakes only predict them but now he is so tipsy that he did not realize that the quake was over. , Pan does not exist due to the fact that her parents never met, her father, 's timeline, but it's unknown if Videl is alive just like. Groups of merchants swarm Pan and the others and they have to go to the gold star hotel to hide from the swarms of sellers. The Para brothers escape and fly to planet Luud., Pan is one of the only two Saiyans (who were born after Frieza blew up planet Vegeta) that never went Super Saiyan (both were girls) since she has 1/4 Saiyan blood inside her, Although her 1/4 blood is diluted, even though. On the closing scenes of the Dragon Ball Z anime, she is fighting Goten and appears to have won (Due to Goten allowing her to win) as Trunks holds her hand up in victory. See more ideas about dragon ball gt, dragon ball, dragon ball z. Pan is an exceptionally powerful fighter and was already a well trained fighter by the age of four, having been training with her grandfather, Goku, since her infancy. Pan and the others escape but Trunks says they have to go back into town for more more parts due to Pan's "reckless driving". With Sean Schemmel, Kyle Hebert, Robert McCollum, Christopher Sabat. Pan also kicks Future Trunks in the gut making him feel pain. They find the Four Star Ball in the tooth of a giant and they go to the next planet. When Goku, Trunks, and Goten are preparing to go into space to recover the Black Star Dragon Balls, Pan secretly sneaks aboard and launches the ship before Goten can climb aboard. It is unknown who trained her, possibly Gohan. Discover (and save!) Pan attempts to force Goku to disguise himself as Leena in order to cut off Zoonama's whiskers after he lets his guard down, but upon realizing that Goku is too short to pull it off convincingly, the two force Trunks to do so. She's the younger cousin of Melissa and Tommy. After a short fight Goku defeats Ledgic and they take down Don Kee and make him give everyone free rent and give them back their ships free of charge. Thus, Pan's name also continues the family naming traditions of her mother and grandfather. Though very young, she is well trained by Goku, as she effortlessly defeats Wild Tiger, a large, muscular man, with just two punches that knock him straight into a wall and nearly kills him. However in GT, Pan herself is shown to reject the idea indicating that while she enjoys martial arts she has little interest in taking her maternal grandfather's place. When Goku turns into a Golden Great Ape, Pan confronts him, shows him the Turtle School uniform that he gave her and a picture of the family at the beach, and then finally breaks down crying, asking "Grandpa, you wouldn't hurt me, would you?" When she was 4 years old, she was already regularly flying around the world, and attempting to beat her best times. Pan is a minor character in Dragon Ball Z and one of the main characters in Dragon Ball GT, . Bulma, Chi-Chi, Android 18 and Videl all serve as secondary characters and Bulla and Marron serve as tertiary characters. The very last part of Dragon Ball GT also shows Pan as an elderly woman. As an old woman, her voice is still very similar to when she was a kid (in the english anime). Dolltaki then awakens Luud who takes him and Pan inside of Luud's body to gain their energy. While running from Don Kee's men they fall into the house of a nice old couple who offer them food after realizing Goku and company mean no harm. The amphibian creature Zoonama was threatening the village with earthquakes and volcanoes if they did not give him Leena. Pan then takes back his Dragon Ball and they leave the planet. (This wasn't an official match, as indicated by the "Canceled" sign above the outside of the arena, the concept that the crowd was departing and Trunks being referee. Anime/Manga Dragon Ball Z. Follow/Fav Blood Cry. She has been absorbed three times, more than any other character in the series.