The problems don’t end there though, as the Frieza Saga also establishes the biggest power gap between Goku and the rest of the Z Fighters up to this point. Zenkai’s constant boosts as well as ridiculous Kaioken and Super Saiyan multipliers put him far in a league of his own compared to everyone else. So going forward, the story will start the trend of leaving Goku aside until the time comes for him to show up at the last second to save the day. Frieza and Goku have almost no narrative connection outside of the Bardock special, which is barely mentioned in the manga. The characters that have created tension with Frieza so far, such as Gohan, Krillin, and Vegeta, are more or less left out and have to sit back until Goku fixes the problem. It makes sense in Vegeta’s case, but Gohan and Krillin become completely irrelevant in the final battle after all their hard work is frustrating to say the least.
The Frieza saga is extremely crucial in Dragon BallThe story of as it marks several major changes coming to the series. With the introduction of Super Saiyan, the series quickly begins to focus solely on Saiyan characters as they quickly become the only ones relevant in terms of fighting power. Goku will also start to get busy at the start and middle of each arc, only to come back with a new technique or form to win at the last second. While the frieza Saga It was undoubtedly one of the greatest arches of Dragon Ballit had several glaring flaws that managed to creep into everything else in the series.