Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue, Anime & Dragon Ball Statues, Dragon Ball Heroes 9th Anniversary Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue

Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue, Anime & Dragon Ball Statues, Dragon Ball Heroes 9th Anniversary Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue

Dragon Ball Heroes 9th Anniversary Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue

Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue, from Super Dragon Ball Heroes comes a 9th Anniversary statue of Super Saiyan 4 Xeno Gogeta. Xeno Gogeta is the fusion between Xeno Goku and Xeno Vegeta using the Fusion Dance. He is the alternate world counterpart of Gogeta. Soaring through the air, Gogeta is gearing up for a powerful attack. Born as a character belonging to alternate stories such as Dragon Ball Z: The Diabolical Warrior of the Underworld and Dragon Ball GT, he is inserted into the main continuity with the movie Dragon Ball Super: Broly. Gogeta is very famous for his incredible power and speed and, as with his counterpart created with the Potara Fusion, Vegetto, is regarded as one of the strongest characters in the series. Being a dance fusion of Metamor, Gogeta wears the same clothes as Gotenks, that is, those of the planet Metamor. The only difference between his costume and Gotenks’ is the color combination of the vest: Gogeta’s is black instead of Gotenks’ light blue, plus the padding at the neck is orange rather than yellow. Last difference, however, has been eliminated in its version present in Dragon Ball Super. Gogeta looks a lot like Vegetto, but in the forehead instead of having 2 tufts, he only has 1. His build looks like Goku’s, while in his face there are many of Vegeta’s features.

Metamor’s Dance (also called fusion dance) is a precise set of positions and movements that allow 2 distinct individuals to unite into a single being, endowed with a power enormously superior to that of those who perform the technique. It was invented by the Metamorian warriors of the Planet Metamor, who taught it to Goku in the afterlife, in the period between the narrative arc dedicated to Cell and that of Majin Buu. For the fusion to take place, the strength and build of the 2 performers must be similar. The warrior created will resemble those who generated him while the clothing will be that of the warriors of Metamor, consisting of a black and short vest, with rounded golden decorations, tight black cuffs, wide white trousers, held by a wide blue band. Gogeta, in his first appearance, has a completely different personality from that of Vegetto, even if it is difficult to define which is the dominant personality between that of Goku or Vegeta.

When Goku and Vegeta merge in Dragon Ball GT, Gogeta has, instead, a personality similar to that of Vegetto and in the fight he “plays” with the enemy and makes fun of him. This transformation is seen in Dragon Ball GT, in which Goku and Vegeta battle Super Yixinglong at the Super Saiyan 4 stage. Too strong for the 2 Saiyans, Vegeta asks Goku to merge, creating a powerful Gogeta beyond belief. Unlike Goku and Vegeta Super Saiyan 4, Gogeta has inverted colors, that is, brown fur and red hair, with blue eyes like Vegeta. Unlike the fight with Janenba, in this form he is bold and impertinent. After realizing that he is much stronger than the dragon, instead of annihilating him immediately he makes fun of him by even making him a Kamehameha Bluff. The power of him is beyond all limits so as to consider himself the most powerful being in the series. His only weakness is the duration of the fusion as he can only stay for 10 minutes (instead of the normal 30) due to the immense energy he wastes to maintain form. He splits just as he was about to deliver the final blow to Super Yixinglong. Dragon Ball Heroes 9th Anniversary Xeno Gogeta Super Saiyan 4 Statue sizes: 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 3 inches / 7.5 cm x 7 inches / 18 cm.


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