When it was first announced that two female Saiyans would be participating in the Tournament of Power, the Dragon Ball fanbase exploded. One of the two female Saiyans, Kale, is who this article will focus on. While not much is known about Kale outside of her role in the Tournament of Power, there are a few interesting snippets about her that can be gleaned from the source material of the anime and the manga, and from the fandom. Hardcore fans will probably know most of these facts already, but newcomers to the series might be interested to learn a little more about the Universe 6 Saiyan, Kale. Very few opponents have made him admit to quaking in fear. She may not have been a seasoned fighter like Goku or most of the other contestants in the Tournament of Power, but she was strong enough to bring things in the tournament to a temporary halt.
Dragon Ball: How Universe 6's Legendary Super Saiyan Compares To Broly
She is the latest Legendary Saiyan of Universe 6, a demon warrior who appears once every 1, years. Kale is a Saiyan girl with a slender frame and average height, slightly taller than Caulifla. She is tan-skinned with downcast eyes and grey irises. She has shaggy shoulder-length black hair normally worn in a high ponytail secured by a white hair-tie, while a bang hanging over the left side of her face. Her outfit consists of a red shirt exposing her midriff matching her lower outfit—a red skirt with a brown belt attached along with a silver circular buckle and a pair of black compression shorts underneath. She wears a pair of golden boots with red tips, along with golden bracelets that cover her wrists and most of her forearms, and a pair of golden hoop earrings. In the anime, Kale wears red lipstick while she does not in the manga.
Keeping the canon and non-canon debate aside and assuming that we have erased the mess that was Bio-Broly out of our minds, lets get into to the question. Lets just say that Broly was non-canon which he obviously was. Even if he was canon, Broly is dead during the events of Dragon Ball Super.
Broly, one of the most iconic Dragon Ball villains of all-time, has always been recognized for his one-of-a-kind Super Saiyan transformation, the Legendary Super Saiyan form, but Dragon Ball Super creates a second character who can achieve this transformation. At the time of his first appearance, Broly wasn't canon, and the only version fans knew was the uncontrollable killing machine who has harbored a deep-seated hatred for Goku ever since he heard him crying when they were children. His power as a Legendary Super Saiyan made him one of Goku's greatest enemies. He appeared in three Dragon Ball Z movies, which is more than any other villain. He was finally made canon in the film, Dragon Ball Super: Broly , which reimagined Broly with a new look and a much more sympathetic origin story.