Final Form Frieza
ListTagsExtrasBoosted Drop ItemsComparisonEXP LVLs
Frieza ForceTransforming WarriorLineage of EvilPowerful OpponentMaleSPARKINGMelee TypeREDFrieza Resurrected Saga (S)Frieza
Transform into "Golden Frieza". Transformation lasts for 45 timer counts. Restores own health by 20%. Requirements: 15 timer counts must elapse.
Draw a Special Move Arts Card next. -5 to own Strike Arts cost for 30 timer counts. +25% to damage inflicted for 20 timer counts. Requirements: 10 timer counts must elapse.
When this character enters the battlefield, the following effects are applied to self if a "Tag: Lineage of Evil" or "Tag: Frieza Force" other than this character is a battle member: +35% to Strike damage inflicted for 15 timer counts. +30% to Ki Recovery for 15 timer counts.
Applies the following effects to allied "Tag: Lineage of Evil" or "Tag: Frieza Force" when this character is switched to standby: +20% to damage inflicted against "Tag: Saiyan" for 15 timer counts. +20% to Strike damage inflicted for 15 timer counts.
- When this character enters the battlefield, the following effects are applied to self if a "Tag: Lineage of Evil" or "Tag: Frieza Force" other than this character is a battle member:
Applies the following effects to allied "Tag: Lineage of Evil" or "Tag: Frieza Force" when this character is switched to standby: +20% to damage inflicted against "Tag: Saiyan" for 15 timer counts. +20% to Strike damage inflicted for 20 timer counts. Applies the following effects to self until transformation ends: Reduces damage received by 20% (cannot be cancelled). +30% to damage inflicted against "Character: Goku" (cannot be cancelled). Reduces own Ki by 100 when transformation ends.
Deals major Explode damage. Inflicts enemy with Attribute Downgrade "+15% to Strike Damage Received" for 15 timer counts on hit.
Deals major Slice damage. +25% to Special Move damage inflicted for 10 timer counts upon activation. 100% chance to inflict Heavy Bleed on hit.
Restores own health by 10%. +10% to Strike damage inflicted for 15 timer counts.
+20% to Strike damage inflicted for 20 timer counts. Changes own Blast Arts Cards to Strike Arts Cards.
[On hit / Target is "Tag: Saiyan" / Self] ・+20% to damage inflicted (instant). [Start of 1st turn / Transform (lasts 3 turns) / Self] ・+45% to Strike damage inflicted for 3 turns (cannot be cancelled). ・+60 to Ki Recovery for 3 turns (cannot be cancelled).
[On Strike Arts attack / Multi-target] ・+10% to own damage inflicted for 1 turn. ・+10% to Strike damage inflicted by allied "Tag: Lineage of Evil" or "Tag: Frieza Force" for 1 turn.
SP Final Form Frieza (Yellow)
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SP Final Form Frieza YEL has received a Zenkai Awakening and his toolkit emphasizes his hatred for the Saiyan Race as he gets more powerful if you fight Saiyan Fighters.
This Fighter is also great at setting up Combos thanks to his Extra Move: Telekinesis which immobilizes the Enemy and increases Strike Damage dealt. This allows the Player a free Attack which, when coupled with his “Death Catastrophe” Ultimate Move, makes for a lethal Combo.
Even though he does not buff the Lineage Of Evil Tag, SP Final Form Frieza YEL is a great addition to the Lineage Of Evil Team.
The Saiyan Destroyer
As mentioned in the Overview, SP Final Form Frieza YEL is the Saiyan destroyer, which is an excellent niche to have due to the nature of the Dragon Ball franchise.
Against Saiyan Fighters, he gets a 40% Strike Damage Inflicted boost and with his Zenkai 7 stats, can deal monstrous amounts of Damage to Saiyan Fighters. He also draws a new card and gains 30 Ki if you go up against a Saiyan fighter and have 3 or fewer cards in your hand.
This is good for chaining together long combos, this ability is a card draw speed increase of some sorts but isn’t as effective as this only activates against a specific tag.
His Extra Move can immobilize the Enemy for a free Attack, which gives the Player a huge advantage. Costing only 15 Ki, it can be chained into a pretty powerful Combo.
SP Final Form Frieza YEL has an Ultimate Arts Card which got a significant upgrade in Damage and its support capabilities. His Ultimate Arts: Death Catastrophe, now supports Frieza Force and Lineage Of Evil Fighters with a 25% Damage increase and 405 Ki Recovery Increase.
He also receives a 40% Ultimate Damage Up increase when you use his main ability which makes this Ultimate art very powerful.
SP Final Form Frieza YEL’s main source of Damage comes against the Saiyan Fighters. Hybrids, Regeneration, and Androids are all teams that you are going to run into frequently and he loses a lot of Damage if you bring him against those teams.
Yellow locked Z-Ability
Unfortunately for SP FF Frieza YEL, his Z-Ability specifically Buffs Yellow Strike and Blast Defense. While this is good for a Yellow Color Counter Team, the Lineage of Evil Tag has grown significantly and is where he fits best.
Lineage of Frieza Force
SP Final Form Frieza YEL has overtaken SP Full Power Frieza YEL as the main YEL Fighter for the Lineage Of Evil and Frieza Force team.
SP Final Form Frieza YEL is greatly amplified from the support of his teammates: SP Final Form Cooler and SP LL Frieza PUR which make him an absolute beast.
He adds an extra layer of offense to the Lineage Of Evil and Frieza Force Tag.
|You're Going to Die|
Draw the Ultimate Arts Card "Death Catastrophe" next.
Requirements: 25 timer counts must elapse.
Zenkai Main Abilities
You're Going to Die Draw the Ultimate Arts Card "Death Catastrophe" next. Restores own Ki by 40. +30% to Ultimate damage inflicted for 15 timer counts. Requirements: 25 timer counts must elapse. Character(s) Affected
Zenkai Unique Abilities
Path Towards Extinction +40% to Strike damage inflicted against "Tag: Saiyan" (cannot be cancelled). +20% to damage inflicted when battle starts (cannot be cancelled). Applies the following effects to self every time when faced with an enemy "Tag: Saiyan" character: Randomly draws 1 new card when you have 3 or fewer cards. Restores Ki by 30. Ambitions of Total Domination +20% to damage inflicted against "Tag: Frieza Force" or "Tag: Lineage of Evil" except "Character: Frieza" (cannot be cancelled). Restores own health by 10% when this character enters the battlefield if there is a defeated "Tag: Frieza Force" or "Tag: Powerful Opponent" ally (activates twice). Restores own health by 10% when this character is switched to standby if there is a defeated "Tag: Frieza Force" or "Tag: Powerful Opponent" enemy (activates twice). I'm no longer in the mood to be nice... (Unlocks at Adept) Applies the following effects to self once 30 timer counts have elapsed from battle start: +20% to damage inflicted (cannot be cancelled). -5 to Arts costs (cannot be cancelled). Desperate Power (Unlocks at Powerful) Applies the following effects to self when this character enters the battlefield: +30% to damage inflicted (cannot be stacked). Reduces damage received by 15% (cannot be stacked).
|You're Going to Die|
|Draw the Ultimate Arts Card "Death Catastrophe" next. Restores own Ki by 40. +30% to Ultimate damage inflicted for 15 timer counts. Requirements: 25 timer counts must elapse. Character(s) Affected|
Zenkai Unique Abilities
|Path Towards Extinction|
|+40% to Strike damage inflicted against "Tag: Saiyan" (cannot be cancelled). +20% to damage inflicted when battle starts (cannot be cancelled). Applies the following effects to self every time when faced with an enemy "Tag: Saiyan" character: Randomly draws 1 new card when you have 3 or fewer cards. Restores Ki by 30.|
|Ambitions of Total Domination|
|+20% to damage inflicted against "Tag: Frieza Force" or "Tag: Lineage of Evil" except "Character: Frieza" (cannot be cancelled). Restores own health by 10% when this character enters the battlefield if there is a defeated "Tag: Frieza Force" or "Tag: Powerful Opponent" ally (activates twice). Restores own health by 10% when this character is switched to standby if there is a defeated "Tag: Frieza Force" or "Tag: Powerful Opponent" enemy (activates twice).|
|I'm no longer in the mood to be nice... (Unlocks at Adept)|
|Applies the following effects to self once 30 timer counts have elapsed from battle start: +20% to damage inflicted (cannot be cancelled). -5 to Arts costs (cannot be cancelled).|
|Desperate Power (Unlocks at Powerful)|
|Applies the following effects to self when this character enters the battlefield: +30% to damage inflicted (cannot be stacked). Reduces damage received by 15% (cannot be stacked).|
Directory: Characters → Villains → DBZ villains → DBS villains → Movie villains
"I doubt I need an introduction, but just in case, I am the mighty Frieza, and yes, all the horrible stories you've heard are true."
158 cm (5'2"; final form)
Frieza (フリーザ,Furīza) is the emperor of Universe 7, who controlled his own imperialist army and is feared for his ruthlessness and power. He is the descendant of Chilled, the second son of King Cold, the younger brother of Cooler, and the father of Kuriza. Frieza is the main antagonist of the entire franchise as his actions led to multiple conflicts and is even considered Goku's greatest foe and arch nemesis. He has made several comebacks since his fight with Goku on Namek, including multiple invasions of Earth. Recently, he has been chosen to represent Universe 7 as the tenth member of Team Universe 7 for the Tournament of Power as a replacement for Good Buu. This makes him the most recurring villain of the Dragon Ball series. After the events of the Tournament of Power, he is revived and recovers his title as Emperor of Universe 7.
Frieza is the main antagonist of the Namek, Frieza, Trunks, Gods of the Universe, and Golden Frieza Sagas. He is also the main antagonist of the Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku special and Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ film. He later serves as a villainous protagonist in the Universe Survival Saga and secondary antagonist in the Broly Saga.
Concept and creation
His name is a rephrase of "freezer". Akira Toriyama however envisioned a fridge when creating him, and so all of his underlings are named after items you would find in a fridge.
According to Akira Toriyama, Frieza's design is an amalgamation of what he thought monsters looked like in his childhood. According to the Daizenshuu, Frieza was also inspired by Toriyama's second editor, Yū Kondō. According to Daizenshuu 2, Toriyama was also inspired to create Frieza due to the events of the Japanese economic bubble that had occurred at the time he was writing the Saiyan Saga, with Frieza specifically being based on real estate speculators, which Toriyama claimed were "the worst sort of people".
According to an interview done by Shonen Jump with Toriyama, Frieza's final form was purposefully made to look small and less menacing: Toriyama wanted to go against the expectation that villains and monsters become bigger and meaner looking the stronger they are.
Frieza is one of the villains in the series who possesses an entire range of transformations, each one being quite different than the others. It is implied by Vegeta and Frieza himself in the series that Frieza's fourth, most powerful form is actually his original form, with the other three being forms that suppress and conserve his enormous power. Frieza later confirms this while fighting the main protagonist, Goku. His forms seem to revolve around both western and Japanese concepts of demons.
In his first form, Frieza usually wears battle armor with a purple chest plate. When in his true natural form and also his golden form, Frieza wears his race's ultimate Bio Suit, the Z Fighting Suit. When in his Mecha form, his body is equipped with a permanent Cosmic Suit. In the Universe Survival Saga, he has a halo on his head due to being dead, although this is removed after the tournament due to Whis restoring his life for "good behavior."
A series of stamps promoting Dragon Ball Super showed "Ideal Boss Frieza", some depicting the tyrant wearing a black tuxedo with a white undershirt and a red tie. Frieza wears this outfit in the Society Survival Saga.
"Oh, to see the Dragon Balls turn to stone at the very moment your wish might have come true. Quite a pill to swallow, eh, Vegeta? Of course, even more so for myself. As a matter of fact, in all my years, I have never been so angry as I am now. How incredibly irritating not to have seen the writing on the wall... now you pay! You vile, filth-sucking maggots! You will rue the day you crossed my path! Prepare yourself to face oblivion!"
Unlike most primary antagonists, Frieza displays a civilized and refined demeanor, talking with a regal and eloquent nature. He even utilizes the Keigo dialect in the Japanese versions, which utilizes exceptionally respectful and formal phraseology. In the original and remastered dubs for Dragon Ball Z, while his polite demeanor is somewhat retained, it also ends up downplayed by emphasizing his more brutal nature. He tends to handle most situations with a systematic approach. He commonly utilizes dark humor, making twisted jokes and tasteless mockery of his foes before killing them. Frieza is fully aware of his reputation for brutality and makes no effort to deny it, but instead revels in it as evidenced by his introduction to the Namekians. Likewise, he has shown great anger at the idea of his cruel deeds being undone, such as the revival of all his previous victims from the Dragon Balls. Frieza can be best summed up as an intelligent, composed (for the most part), yet extraordinarily sadistic and completely heartless sociopath. His final form's character biography in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 states that Frieza has unparalleled cruelty. He has even been commonly referred to as "The most evil guy in Universe 7". In Cooler's Revenge, Goku, when condemning Cooler, noted that Frieza was "filled with hatred."
While Frieza himself never attempted to kill either his father or brother during his lifetime, and will work together with them to deal with threats to their family's reign (as shown in the Trunks Saga, Plan to Eradicate Super Saiyans, and Xenoverse 2), he has hardly any real love or attachment to them, and even scoffs at the notion of reviving his father when Sorbet suggested it in both Resurrection ‘F’ and Dragon Ball Super. This is further shown when Universe 9 Supreme Kai Ro asks why Frieza would willingly betray Universe 7, asking him about any memories or loved ones Frieza may have, Frieza only coldly dismisses him, saying he has no idea what he is talking about, causing Ro to label Frieza a psychopath when discussing the possibility of Frieza joining Team Universe 9 with Sidra. While he has no real love for his family, he is proud of his clan and respected his father during his lifetime, as he took his father's warning about never opposing either Beerus or Majin Buu seriously. While they can work together, Frieza and Cooler have a strong sibling rivalry, and it is implied that they would at some point have come into conflict over control of the universe, were it not for Frieza's defeat on Namek. In Dragon Ball Super: Broly, he is shown to be mildly annoyed when his father affectionately pats him on the back when they are on Planet Vegeta, showing his general dislike for affection, even from his father.
Frieza is shown to be something of a perfectionist, expecting nothing less from his soldiers as any failure in his eyes will be met with extreme punishment if not death. Even more, he has absolutely no qualms with slaughtering his own forces, no matter how loyal to him, simply for being in his way, as seen from when he destroyed Planet Vegeta despite most of his men being within the trajectory, as well as his reason in the Japanese version for executing a soldier before deciding to personally deal with Future Trunks. In addition, in Resurrection 'F', when executing Tagoma by shooting him out into space, he also made no attempt at activating the secondary window to save his forces from being sucked into the vacuum of space (with only Sorbet doing so). He also reacts violently to criticism or if his plans either fail or if his pride is abashed.
At his core, Frieza relishes glory, power, agony, dominance, control, and destruction, as shown in his enjoyment of Planet Vegeta's destruction, as well as his maniacal glee from destroying planets and making his enemies suffer before he kills them. He is one of the most sadistic and megalomaniacal beings in the known universes, without any sympathetic or redeeming traits. Even more, he has an outspoken disdain for such joyful environments. Due to these combining traits, Frieza is more of a malignant narcissist rather than just a psychopath. During his imprisonment in Hell, he found his constant company of stuffed animals, fairies, and angels joyfully and cheerfully dancing and serenading him to be absolute torture, which ultimately turned out to be a fitting eternal punishment for the evil tyrant. Frieza holds a very profoundly cynical view of others, believing everyone to be selfish and untrustworthy as himself. Ironically, Frieza is outspoken against all forms of nobility, finding it an appalling concept. When Kikono states that the Frieza Force are criminals, Frieza retorts by saying that they merely overtake planets to sell them to those who need a new planet, viewing the interactions as transactional and demonstrating how he makes excuses for his malicious crimes and feels no responsibility for his actions.
Frieza's actions have greatly influenced Universe 7's perception of his race, as shown in Xenoverse when a heroic member of his race named Reso says his race being evil is a misconception. Future Zamasu notes in Xenoverse 2 that the Frieza Race is not well-liked, which again is likely due to Frieza and his family's evil actions. Frieza's amoral and selfish nature, even towards his own kind, could be seen when he met his Universe 6 counterpart, Frost. During their first meeting, they seemingly took a liking towards each other, as they both lived for conquest and destruction. Frieza even points out they have several things in common which leads to Frieza and Frost allying. Ultimately, once Frost outlives his usefulness, Frieza betrays Frost and eliminates him from the tournament. By this time, Frieza openly views Frost as an amateur, presumably due to his reliance on deception and sneak attacks. Frieza has been shown to have a strong influence over people, commonly corrupting them and bending them to his will over a long period. The two most notable examples of this corruption are Vegeta and Tagoma, who both have drastically changed demeanors due to Frieza.
"That is what I said - wipe out humanity. Although finding myself short on minions, thanks to you, I guess I'll have to roll up my proverbial sleeves and dish out the carnage personally."
Perhaps Frieza's most noteworthy trait is his enormous ego, matched only by his malice and power. Because of his high opinion of himself, he tends to react to any given situation relatively evenly. Accordingly, Frieza is quite confident in his abilities, commonly referring to his foes as lower life-forms such as insects, and often cherishes the opportunity to mock them (e.g., not using his limbs in some fights). For much of his life, Frieza was viewed as among the most powerful beings in the universe. As a consequence, Frieza believes no force can challenge his authority. Owing to his arrogance, Frieza generally refrains from fighting his foes. Instead, he relies on his minions to deal with challengers, and only personally confronts his opponents when forced to do so; this is best shown during the events on Planet Namek and after his first revival. Overall, Frieza seems to simultaneously possess a superiority and inferiority complex, as he can quickly be driven over the edge in anger when foes prove able to overpower or even rival him. At the same time, Frieza possesses a competitive nature, enjoying a foe that can endure his power. As an example, he "congratulates" Goku for hurting him in his true form.
Frieza arguably desires absolute control more than being viewed as the most powerful being in the universe; this may be illustrated by the events on Planet Namek, as, by that time, he already controlled around 70% of the universe. By the time he fights in the Tournament of Power, he shows little fear around deities and angels. In fact, he slights Zeno, going so far as to address him simply as "Zeno" without the royal title "lord"; later in said tournament, he even refers to the deities as "colorful brats". In said tournament, he was annoyed by how Zeno and his future counterpart so casually destroy entire universes, whilst vowing one day to overthrow both Zenos. This serves to show that even Frieza's genocidal nature and love of destruction has its limits; that perception is supported by the fact he tends to only destroy on a planetary scale, and usually resorts to such extreme measures only when he believes them to be necessary.
Given his ceaselessly opportunistic and unrepentantly malicious intentions, Frieza knew that the Tournament of Power was the perfect chance to manipulate deities and use them to his advantage. When confronted by assassins hired by Sidra and Roh, he ignored Goku's pleas and slaughtered them. Further, Frieza offered his services to Universe 9 if they would revive him. The deities in attendance were disgusted by Frieza's lack of loyalty to his own universe. Ro noted Frieza's detached and destructive nature showed him to be even better-suited to serve as a God of Destruction than Sidra.
Despite his evil nature, Frieza can be quite gregarious towards people who treat him with reverence, such as the Ginyu Force, who worship Frieza and exhibit extreme loyalty towards him. In Xenoverse 2, both Beerus and Whis note Frieza's charisma. In the Frieza's Spaceship rift, it is implied he has a unique leadership style, through which he allows his subordinates to fight amongst each other in an attempt to get in his good graces. However, Frieza has shown mercy towards some of his fighters by giving them second chances; one example is when he allows Dodoria and Zarbon to live after being defeated by the Future Warrior (who was working undercover at the time). However, Frieza rarely shows mercy, and such mercy is generally a one-time thing, as he admits he never gives them more chances. Frieza's leadership style favors the strong, and the in-fighting keeps his soldiers on their toes. Accordingly, his leadership effectively weeds out the weaker members and motivates his staff to become stronger to protect their positions, rank, and lives.
Following his crushing defeat on Namek, Frieza became obsessed with taking his revenge on Goku and his friends. Frieza's desire for retribution is so all-consuming that he is determined to exact revenge by destroying all his nemesis holds dear. Frieza also apparently suffers from a form of PTSD, as he sees hallucinations of Goku, which frightens him. The mere sight of Future Trunks in Super Saiyan form made Frieza noticeably shake in fear, struggling to recompose himself. However, by his first revival, Frieza overcame his trauma, again firmly confident in his capacities. To that end, he smirked at Kale ascending to her Legendary Super Saiyan form (and in the manga even expressed complete confidence he could beat her).
For all his arrogance, Frieza does not totally disregard potential threats to his rule, to the point of paranoia. Frieza destroyed nearly the entire Saiyan race once even their low-level warriors showed strength comparable to his elite soldiers. The Saiyans' growing strength made him concerned about the possibility of a revolution, and added to his nagging fear of the Super Saiyan legend. Similarly, after his humbling defeat against Goku on Planet Namek, he willingly admits he cannot defeat certain foes, as shown by his refusal to fight Beerus or Majin Buu. Likewise, Frieza is willing to help others defeat common foes. For example, in the Tournament of Power, Frieza repeatedly aided Goku in his ultimate defeat of Jiren, a mortal warrior with power beyond a God of Destruction.
Following the defeat of Majin Buu, Frieza's unwavering desire for victory is tempered by a newfound sense of humility and patience; upon learning of Goku's victory over Majin Buu, Frieza puts his revenge on hold to begin training himself, despite his open disdain of such a "lowly" task. Frieza's drive for supremacy ultimately allowed him to reach vastly greater levels of power, leading him to unlock a new Ultimate Evolution. However, this discovery only serves to bolster Frieza's sense of confidence and blind drive for revenge. Rather than continuing his training to master his new form, Frieza immediately rushed to Earth. Though it is possible Frieza was convinced he could defeat Goku before his lack of mastery over his new form would become a factor, his impatience became his downfall. While Frieza's calculating nature leaves little room for failure, he nevertheless prepares contingency plans, such as destroying host planets to defeat his foe or using his followers to conduct sneak attacks. Ultimately, however, his execution proves sloppy. Nevertheless, his tactical skills are noted to be brilliant by Vegeta in Dragon Ball Legends, after witnessing Frieza enact a plan to eliminate Frost without transforming himself.
By the Tournament of Power, Frieza's long period of mental training seems to have returned him to his previous composed and self-confident self from before his defeat on Planet Namek. Additionally, he corrects his previous mistake and has refined his Golden Form to absolute mastery. At the same time, he is shown willing to temporarily put aside his rivalry with his sworn nemesis Goku to aid him in the Tournament of Power in exchange for his full-revival. Still, when revived by Fortuneteller Baba for a single day, Frieza and Goku greet each other by punching each other in the gut, showing that while they are technically allies, their animosity towards each other remains. Frieza proves to be just as devious and scheming as before, playing mind games with his new "allies" by giving the impression that he intended to kill Goku instead of helping him. To that end, Frieza also makes it clear he will not take orders from Goku.
During the Tournament of Power, Frieza develops a measure of respect for Goku. For example, he shows gratefulness for Goku's naïve nature, and fights by the Saiyan Warrior's side to take down Jiren, in such perfect synchronization and understanding of each other's techniques that it is enough to shock Vegeta. Similarly, Frieza acknowledges Goku's might, and is seemingly unsurprised by Goku's ascension to his Ultra Instinct Sign state. At Goku's request, Frieza willingly donates energy to the Universe 7 Spirit Bomb, even as Vegeta proves unwilling. Frieza even saves Goku from Jiren by giving the Saiyan enough energy to return to his feet, as he realizes Goku's Ultra Instinct is the best chance of beating Jiren. Frieza also uses it as an excuse to square himself of his debt to Goku.
As previously stated, Frieza proved to be a surprisingly capable tag-team partner during the Tournament of Power. While teaming with Gohan, the two are able to follow each other's lead and come up with an effective battle strategy on several occasions to eliminate troublesome opponents, with Frieza even admitting to enjoying working with Gohan and openly admiring and complimenting Gohan's leadership skills on a few occasions. This respect also appears to have extended to several other members of Team Universe 7 as well. By the end of the Tournament of Power, despite still being openly as evil and selfish as ever, Frieza has come to respect Goku and his allies, and willingly celebrates with them for a little bit as well after being revived by Whis. His growing admiration for the Z-Fighters is shown with the happy flick of his tail at Goku's declaration that he will take him down if he does go back to his evil ways, implying the motivation for his inevitable showdown with Goku may have grown from simple hatred to the spirited joy of being able to fight a warrior who he can regard as his equal, admittedly viewing Goku as "a rare breed" of fighter. In Broly, he expresses some disappointment upon seeing Goku being easily defeated by Wrathful Broly, appearing to expect Goku to win and then fight himself.
In Broly, Frieza also reveals that he no longer seeks immortality, for his experience in Hell has made him fear the prospect of being left crippled and with no way out. This is interestingly enough one of the few instances where Frieza actually learns from his previous experiences. Similarly, he ordered one of his men to find out how to make a wish with the Dragon Balls of Earth, presumably to avoid a failure similar to that of Planet Namek, acting as another instance of Frieza learning from his past experiences. A third instance can be seen at the end of the movie, where, after being defeated, Frieza decided to just retreat from Earth for the time being rather than risk being killed by Goku (or rather, a fusion of Goku and Vegeta). At the same time, Frieza is still filled with vanity. As revealed by Berryblue, Frieza is sensitive about his True form's height to the point that Frieza Force soldiers have been executed in the past for daring to call Final Form Frieza short. He appears to have a rather casual relationship with Berryblue and even allows her to comment on his short stature without killing her, implying a form of genuine fondness for his childhood nanny. More to the former, Frieza's insecurity of his height led him to steal the Earth's Dragon Balls to increase his height. At the same time, valuing how people perceive him, Frieza refuses to revert to his weaker yet taller forms to satisfy his vanity. Even more, he planned to make a wish for his True Form to only gain 5 centimetres, to create the illusion that he was still naturally growing while anymore would look unnatural.
Frieza also showed an interest in Broly's power and potential for growth using Paragus as a means to control him at first. However, once Paragus had outlived his usefulness and lost the remote to the Broly Control Mechanism, Frieza, reminded of how Krillin's death triggered Goku's Super Saiyan transformation, decided to use Paragus' death to trigger Broly's anger through tricking Broly by claiming a stray blast killed Paragus. However, his plan backfires as Super Saiyan Broly blindly attacks him after Goku and Vegeta fly by Frieza as they escape to Piccolo's location. Frieza responds angrily to Broly's attack and tries to fight back in his Golden Form, but is no match for Broly's might. After leaving Earth in defeat, Frieza, having learned that the defectors Cheelai and Lemo have joined Broly on Vampa, decides not to hunt them down, hoping that they might tame Broly, whom Frieza hopes may one day serve under him, apparently recognizing the Legendary Super Saiyan's potential. This contrasts with his past fear of Super Saiyans that led him to exterminate most of them as he seeks to make Broly his subordinate.
Frieza for an extremely short time even had the thought about an end goal of eventually defeating the Omni-Kings and ruling above even them, but he realized that was a pipe dream and crazy and decided during the Tournament of Power to drop that goal.
Relationship with Frost
"Oh and though you probably already know this, there is one more bit of wisdom I would like to impart. And that is, you should never trust anyone ever."
Since Frost and Frieza are universal counterparts, they have several similarities and are nearly identical in many ways. When they first met each other, both smiled, with Frieza pleasantly surprised that there was another Emperor. The two Emperors conversed in private and presumably got to know each other, as Frieza noted they had several things in common. When Frieza asked if Frost wanted to work with him, Frost said he would be delighted to do so.
SP Final Form Frieza: DBS (Red)
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The menace of the DBS Broly movie, SP Final Form Frieza RED, has arrived and looks to be a real terror in the PvP meta-game.
His toolkit is sort of a hybrid between SP Demon King Piccolo YEL and SP Omega Shenron RED where Frieza can steal Dragon Balls from opponents and also gets stronger, depending on the amount of Dragon Balls that he has.
SP Final Form Frieza RED is a great addition to the Lineage of Evil Team and has made the team better.
The Psycho Capture
SP Final Form Frieza RED’s Extra Arts - “ Psycho Capture” is nothing short of the word broken. With this card, Frieza can continuously steal your Dragon Balls which will prevent the opposition from using their Rising Rush while simultaneously allowing you to get yours quicker.
It also has a 100% chance of paralysis which some consider is better than faint. This RNG status effect can cause real problems for your opponent and put them in situations that will be devastating.
SP Final Form Frieza RED is similar to SP Champa YEL where they continuously debuff the enemy whenever they attack or enter the battlefield. With every Strike or Blast arts that Frieza uses on the opponent, he debuffs them to take 25% extra Damage and reduces their healing capabilities by 50%.
This ability is great against Fighters that heal after taking a combo, have healing capabilities from their Extra Arts, Main Ability, etc.
Frieza is great at stalling opponent’s attacks by reducing their ki by 50 each time he lands a Blast Arts. This will force your opponent to charge up their Ki before engaging which is useful for stalling.
The Nova Storm
SP Final Form Frieza RED’s Ultimate Arts - “ Nova Storm” has some very powerful effects.
He regains 40% of his HP which is similar to SP Full Power SSJ4 Goku GRN. It destroys your opponent’s cards and removes all of their buffs. The ability to remove buffs with his Ultimate Arts is powerful against Fighters such as SP SSJ2 Youth Gohan RED.
By using his Main Ability, Frieza can severely reduce the length of an opponent’s combo since he reduces their card draw speed by 2 levels.
While SP Final Form Frieza RED has good Damage at certain points in a match, his Damage becomes low at the beginning of a match and after a Rising rush has been used because he won’t have any Dragon Balls to increase his Damage.
Lineage of Evil
Lineage of Evil has been in desperate need of a new RED Fighter since SP Golden Frieza RED has become severely outdated, and SP Final Form Frieza RED is more than they could have asked for. He certainly has made the team better due to his good Damage and utility against other top meta teams.
With SP Final Form Cooler BLU and SP LL Frieza PUR supporting him, SP Final Form Frieza RED can be a real menace to any team in the game.
Sagas From The Movies
Sadly, SP Final Form Frieza is not the best RED fighter for the Sagas From The Movies team as he falls behind SP Super Gogeta RED. Nevertheless, SP Final Form Frieza RED is a viable option if you don’t have the aforementioned Fusion Fighter and gives a double buff with his 6 star Z Ability.
|Shall we put you to a little test?|
Shall we put you to a little test?
Requirements: 25 timer counts must elapse.
|The Emperor Arrives|
The following effects occur when this character enters the battlefield:
+80% to damage inflicted (cannot be stacked).
Also increases damage inflicted according to the number of Dragon Balls you possess:
3-6: +30% to damage inflicted.
The following effects occur upon landing a Strike or Blast Arts hit:
Restores own Ki by 10.
Applies the following effects to enemy when this character lands a Blast Arts hit:
Reduces Ki by 50.
|Surprise Death Beam|
Deals massive Pierce damage.
Applies the following effects to self upon activation:
Randomly draw 1 card.
Takes your opponent's Dragon Balls and adds them to your own on hit.
1 or more: Take 1, Gain 1
100% chance to inflict Paralyze on hit.
Deals massive Explode damage.
Restores own health by 40%.
Soul Boost Stats
|Strike Art Level||2||3||4||5||5||5||5|
|Blast Art Level||2||3||4||5||5||5||5|
|Special Art Level||1||1||2||2||2||2||2|
|Extra Art Level||1||1||2||2||2||2||2|
|Ultimate Art Level||1||1||2||2||2||2||2|
Recommended Soul Boosts
SP Final Form Frieza: DBS (Red)
Why this Tier?
- Frieza Force is a little bit more enticing now.
- His Extra Move is ridiculously powerful, as it takes away a Dragon Ball and adds it to his own count, and inflicts Paralysis
Frieza can not only dish out great Damage, but indirectly helps his Team via Debuffs and Dragon Ball manipulation. Even if he starts off a PVP Match in a rough spot, his Ultimate Move heals him for a whopping 40% of his Health.
Form frieza final
Frieza (Namek/Frieza Saga)
Frieza 1st Form
Frieza states that in his first form his maximum power is 530,000.
Frieza 2nd Form
Frieza calmly handled the trio with little effort and claimed his power level to be over 1,000,000. Only against Piccolo (recently trained by King Kai and merged with Nail) did Frieza fight seriously. Once outmatched, Frieza used Third Form
Frieza 3rd Form
Frieza used Third Form, quickly dominating Piccolo with a torturous onslaught and managed to repel Gohan's massive rage-charged blast. Frieza claims it would be easy for him to defeat Krillin, Gohan, Vegeta, and Piccolo in his Third Form, but transforms into his Final Form
Frieza Final Form (Heavily Suppressed)
Frieza's suppressed power was more than a match for the four fighters, moving so fast that they couldn't see his movements. Frieza was able to easily defeat Vegeta who had received a massive power boost after being healed by Dende.
Frieza Final Form 50%
Once utilizing 50% of his full power, Frieza quickly dominated Goku, even overpowering his Kaio-ken x10, noting that a mere third of his full power would be more than enough to handle Goku. Against Goku's Kaio-ken x20 assault, using 50% was enough to disperse Goku's Kamehameha×10 with a single hand, with him only sustaining minor burns on it.
Frieza Final Form 70%
Once Goku becomes a Super Saiyan, Frieza uses even more of his power upon realizing that Goku has achieved the Legend of Super Saiyan.
Frieza Final Form (100%)
Frieza utilizes 100%, holding his own for a while against Goku, landing some blows, and nearly killed Goku, but he is ultimately outclassed.
Frieza Final Form 100% (Battle Worn)
As the Battle between Goku and Frieza continued on the dying planet Namek. Goku states that Frieza power is decreasing with every blow.
Frieza (Trunks Saga)
One year after his defeat on Namek, he was restored with cybernetic parts and, being much stronger than before, was certain he could defeat the mighty Super Saiyan Goku. Additionally, in the anime, King Kai notes that Frieza's Supernova is ten times stronger than the Death Ball he used to destroy Planet Namek. Despite this, he was easily killed by Super Saiyan Future Trunks.
Frieza (Resurrection F)
Frieza Base Form (Revived)
Frieza's states that he lost some of his strength from being dead for so long.
Frieza Base Form (4 months of training)
Frieza's power increased dramatically, as even Gohan openly felt that even with his full power could not defeat First Form Frieza. Frieza then easily defeated Super Saiyan Gohan and killed Piccolo with a single shot.
Frieza Final Form
Frieza is strong enough to fight on par with Goku, who has reached the level of gods.
Once witnessing Goku's Super Saiyan Blue, Frieza still believes himself able to fight him using just his final form, but is quickly proven wrong. Frieza transforms into Golden Frieza, shocking nearly everyone, including Goku and Vegeta who'd attained the same godly ki. While Goku and Frieza initially seeming on par with each other, Frieza proved much stronger than Goku once he became serious, easily pressuring Goku with no damage on Frieza's part.
Golden Frieza (Battle Worn)
Frieza begins tiring rapidly from not yet fully mastering his new form, until eventually Frieza's blows become completely ineffective. Goku is able to turn the tide in battle in his favor.
Frieza (Tournament Of Power Saga)
Final Form Frieza
During the Tournament of Power, in the manga, Final Form Frieza easily caught Lavender and Basil off guard to eliminate them. In the anime, Frieza easily defeats Catopesra and Napapa. He also damages Roselle's wings, causing the latter to ring out to avoid Frieza's threat of torture. Later, when Kale took on her Legendary Super Saiyan form, Frieza was not intimidated by her power, simply smiling as she transformed.
True Golden Frieza
Frieza still maintained his Golden form, demonstrating his superior ki control. In the manga, Goku and Frieza battle each other during Goku's negotiation with Frieza to join Team Universe 7, ending with both equally beaten up. Based on this fight, Goku is unsure of who would win between Vegeta and Frieza. However, Frieza acknowledges that he is still weaker than Beerus.
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