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Dragonball Z - 1 Arm or 2?
In the episod where Trunks is fighting Perfect Cell for the first time after Vegta was taken out Trunks tells Cell about his world and they show all the Z Fighters being killed by 17 and 18. Well when they show Gohon getting killed he has 2 arms but in the video 'History of Trunks' we see that Gohon got one arm amputated because it was almost destroyed by 17 and 18. Also in this eposide they show he was killed in front of Trunks, but in the video Gohon knocked Trunks out so he didn't get hurt and Trunks never saw Gohon get killed.
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Contributed By: eternaldragon77 on 06-18-2001 and Reviewed By: Webmaster
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superboy650 writes:
Similar to the DBZ movies, The History of Trunks is not directly connected to the series. But... The History of Trunks and Bardock, Father of Goku are connected to the series in that they tell stories started in the series. The reason slip-ups like Gohan's reappearing arm may happen is that animator's while following the script from Toriyama are not using the same continuity.
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Roby_NZ writes:
That's because that was what had happened to trunks in his time, but this is an alternative future so it doesn't happen!!
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juybuygo writes:
there were 3 seperate time lines introduced from the cell saga, the "present", the future that trunks came from in which all the z fighters but Gohan and trunks have been killed, and the future that cell came from in which trunk has killed the androids already so cell kills trunks and steals his time machine. so one could argue that in one of these time lines Gohan lost an arm, and in the other he didn't. however it's more than likely a continuity error, which is always introduced from the movies due to the amount of time that has passed between the series ending and the release of certain movies.
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