Goku and Vegeta Meet A New Powerful Villain Who Goes By The Name of Moro.
If you like many Dragon Ball Super fans were left yearning for more Dragon Ball after the conclusion of the Tournament of Power in the Super Anime, then the Dragon Ball Super Manga has been your go to for new stories featuring Goku, Vegeta and your favorite Dragon Ball warriors. The latest story arc in the manga, the Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga finds Goku and Vegeta facing off against their greatest threat yet, Moro The Planet Eater. after the seal on his magic power was broken allowing him to escape from the Galactic Patrol’s prison and head towards New Namek where he initially faces off against Goku and Vegeta giving them a real headache.
Who is Moro and Where Does Moro Come From?
Moro is a powerful wizard with the appearance of a humanoid goat who threatened Universe 7 over 10 million years ago. At the height of his power, Moro destroyed the Iragi Star System and brought about extinction to 320 planets. After destroying nearly the entire galaxy, Moro met his match in the South Supreme Kai and Daikaioh. Daikaioh used up all of his remaining God powers to seal away Moro’s magic allowing him to be imprisoned and sentenced to death. Though he was sentenced to death, no one was nearly strong enough to end his life so he remained locked up for 10 million years.
What Are Moro’s Powers?
Moro is arguably the strongest character to ever appear in Dragon Ball canon. In addition to having an extremely high power level, Moro is an extremely powerful wizard with the ability to drain energy as well as manipulate it from planets and other fighters. Upon first meeting Goku and Vegeta, Moro was rendered helpless against a Super Saiyan God Vegeta until he absorbs energy from New Namek and Vegeta rendering the warrior incapable of combating him. Moro has telekinesis, energy absorption, planet life energy manipulation, magic scanning, electric shock, among other massive power boosts. It’ll be interesting to see how the Goku and Vegeta deal with a villain of this magnitude.