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Gero is unable to do this because Dr. Myuu had reprogrammed Super 17 and proved it by telling Super 17 to kill Dr. Gero. Pan is knocked out and Giru is damaged when Super 17 fires the Full Power Energy Wave meant to destroy Dr. Gero.

After Goku defeats Super 17, Pan helps gather the Dragon Balls again to restore the Earth and the people who died during the battle.

Shadow Dragon Saga

Main article: Shadow Dragon Saga

" Wait a sec. These look like the same clothes Grandpa was wearing before he went off with Shenron. " — " Until We Meet Again "


After Goku set off to find the Shadow Dragons , Pan decides to follow him. When she catches up with Goku, she bribes him into letting her come with him by telling him that he will not be able to find the Shadow Dragons without Giru who Pan has brought along. The two combat (and defeat) Haze Shenron , Rage Shenron , Oceanus Shenron , and Naturon Shenron , with difficulties in each battle.

In the battle against Naturon Shenron, Pan is absorbed by the Shadow Dragon, who uses Pan's power against Goku, putting Goku at a stalemate. Pan constantly begs Goku to finish off Naturon and forget about her, but Goku cannot destroy the monster in fear of losing Pan. Eventually, after tricking Naturon, Goku manages to free Pan and kill the Shadow Dragon once and for all. When the pair come across Nuova Shenron , Nuova easily knocks out Pan, but does not finish her off, instead wanting to fight fairly in favor with Goku. Pan holding Goku's clothes

Later, Pan along with everyone on Earth and some from other planets across the universe (the ones which Pan, Trunks and Goku had visited to retrieve the Black Star Dragon Balls) give energy to Goku's Universal Spirit Bomb in order to finish off Omega Shenron . After Goku leaves with Shenron, Pan grabs his clothes, which Vegeta tells her to treasure dearly. After Vegeta leaves, Pan bids farewell to Goku.

Pan, 100 years later

The very last part of Dragon Ball GT also shows Pan as an elderly woman and is now a great-great-grandmother to Goku Jr. after 100 years. During the 64th World Tournament match between Goku Jr. and Vegeta Jr. , Pan meets a woman who resembles Bulma and is Vegeta Jr.'s mother. Later, she sees Goku in the stands (now all grown up again and without a tail), and tries to find and talk to him, but Goku disappears in the crowd. Pan is last seen in one of the flashbacks in the end of Dragon Ball GT . Film appearances Battle of Gods

Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods

Unborn Pan helping Goku from inside Videl in the power of five

Even before being born, Pan helps her grandfather, Goku, from inside Videl when he needs the power of five other righteous Saiyans to reach the Super Saiyan God form and battle the God of Destruction Beerus .

Resurrection ‘F’

Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’

Baby Pan sleeping in a carriage

Seen as only an infant, Pan is being taken care of by Piccolo at Gohan's house until Videl returns home after shopping with Gohan.

A Hero's Legacy

Main article: Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy

" You think you can get rid of me that easily? This old gal's not ready to kick the back yet. " — When she comes back at the end of A Hero's Legacy

An aged Pan 100 years after the GT battles

At over 100 years of age, Pan is shown to be a spunky old woman still in excellent physical shape, though somewhat frailer. She has a descendant called Goku Jr. , who is a spitting image of his ancestor, Goku.

Pan trained Goku Jr. as she sees him having the potential to be just like his ancestor, and hence she is sometimes exasperated by his apparent lack of interest in training. When she falls ill and is admitted to a hospital in the movie A Hero's Legacy , it sparks her decendant Goku Jr. to go on a journey to try and find a cure for her. She is shown to have gotten better by the end of the film.

Other Dragon Ball stories Dragon Ball Online

With customer claims that Mr. Satan's Telecommunicated Satan-style Martial Arts Course is worthless rapidly spreading, disgruntled customers flood Satan House in Age 794 , prompting Pan (age 15) to subdue them. The event becomes a big scandal and the Telecommunicated Satan-style Martial Arts Course is then re-branded as the Pan Fighting Network , with Pan as the instructor. Afterwards, Pan asks Bulma to help her develop a system for people to battle each other across long distances so that she could create a Telecommunicated Martial Arts Dojo. From this point on, the sports-like fighting course became very popular, especially among young people. In Age 820 when the remnants of the Frieza Force lead by Frieza's Guard troops invaded the, after the death of her grandfather Mr. Satan whom the Guard troops' had mistakenly assumed was responsible for killing Frieza due to his reputation, Pan at age 41 joins her father, uncle, Trunk, Krillin, and Tien in combating the Frieza Force. In order to hide their identities, she and the other Z Fighters put on Saiyaman-like costumes, but their ki-based fighting style still becomes a hot topic and global interest in " ki " (which had been introduced to the general populace by her father's book Groundbreaking Science ) escalates. [3]

Power Anime and Manga Baby Pan Powering Up in Dragon Ball Super

As a baby barely able to speak, Pan is already able to use her ki and to Power Up . After being kidnapped by the Pilaf Gang , an angry Pan destroys their flying robot . Once destroyed Pan manages to stay floating in earth's upper atmosphere before she eventually flies back to the ground, with the three members of the gang hanging on her leg.

While in the care of Future Trunks, she was able to single-handedly destroy an entire living room, and caused the former to struggle while handling her, although this was comic relief. Future Trunks acknowledged the fact that she is Gohan's daughter after all. Pan also kicks Future Trunks in the gut making him feel pain.

During the Peaceful World Saga, Pan (at the age of four) is already a skilled fighter, having been training with her grandfather, Goku, since her infancy. During the 28th World Martial Arts Tournament, she effortlessly defeats Wild Tiger, a giant and muscular man, with just two punches. In the anime she also manages to defeat Goten.

In the Baby Saga Pan is able to defeat Natt (Who was among the Sigma Force when it was stated by Goku that they were as awesome as the last foe he faced, Luud .) of the Sigma Force and is strong enough to knock down base form General Rilldo - who's ki was greater than Buu's - in two blows and after witnessing this, a shocked Trunks asks if Pan was stronger than him. However, during her second attempt on a now serious Rilldo, had barely even fazed the General, though in turn she was barely fazed by his attack against her. However, before both she and her grandfather were encased in metal by Meta-Rilldo's Metal Breath, Pan was able to dodge a swipe from the transformed General and even knock him away with a single kick. She is shown to be able to easily defeat Infant Baby alongside her grandfather & Trunks. During the Super 17 Saga, Pan is able to take Android 20 by surprise and restrain him, with the Android also expressing shock in Pan being so strong for her age. (Dr. Gero, says the same in the Blue Water dub )

In the Shadow Dragon Saga, Pan is able to easily overpower Haze Shenron and deal enough damage to force Oceanus Shenron out of her Princess Oto form with a Kamehameha. Like her mother, Pan's fighting style is to wait for her opponent to attack, and then using their own strength against them in a dodge or counter, playing on their momentum. Since she has inherited Saiyan blood and possesses a high power level, Pan has the potential to turn Super Saiyan when the proper conditions are met, such as the arrival of the evilest of dangers. [9]

Statements by authors and guidebooks

According to Akira Toriyama , his reason for never having any female Super Saiyans was that neither Pan nor Bulla had the incentive to transform, and that he never drew female Super Saiyans because he could not figure out what they would look like. Daizenshuu 7 implies that she may have the potential to become a Great Ape or Super Saiyan, but has never become one. As the Daizenshuu explains, Pan's inability to transform was not due to the small percentage of Saiyan blood in her, as Goku Jr. still was able to perform the transformation despite being the great-great-grandson of the already 1/4-Saiyan Pan which would reduce his Saiyan heritage to no more than one 1/64, making him almost completely human, however this merely was misinformation [10] . The Dragon Ball GT Perfect Files implies that Pan has the potential to transform and might have become a type of Super Saiyan never seen before.

Techniques and Special Abilities Flight – Pan can manipulate her ki to counter gravity and fly. Ki Blast – A simple bolt of energy launched at the opponent. Pan's version is yellow. Kamehameha – The legendary energy wave invented by the great Master Roshi , launches a very powerful, whitish-blue blast at the opponent. Pan first attempts to do so on the planet M-2 , and then again in conjunction with Goku and Trunks to destroy General Rilldo. Also used by her with Goku to defeat Haze Shenron. After she uses this technique to destroy Oceanus Shenron, Goku states this was the first time she ever performed it on her own successfully. She uses a yellow version named Atomic Side Blitz in Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout . It is also one of her Super skills in Dragon Ball Xenoverse and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 . Super Kamehameha – An advanced version of the Kamehameha invented by her grandpa Goku and one of her Ultimate Skills in Dragon Ball Xenoverse and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 . Full Power Energy Wave - A powerful energy wave fired with her right hand. One of Pan's Ultimate Skills in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 . Pan prepares an Energy Wave to blast Baby

Maiden's Rage – When angered by an enemy, Pan forms a ki orb on each hand and then combines them to unleash a huge ki blast. She first used this technique to destroy Natt of the Sigma Force Cannon. She also used this attack when angered by Great Ape Baby but to no avail. Named in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (she uses a series of slaps before the energy wave). Also used in Final Bout . Maiden Blast - A short-ranged version of Maiden's Rage, where combines the energy collected into each hand to create an large energy sphere directly in front of her. GT Pan's Ultimate Skill in Dragon Ball Xenoverse and Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 . Maiden Flash – A weaker version of the Maiden's Rage. It is Kid Pan's super attack in the arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes . Reliable Friend – Pan charges yellowish-orange energy spheres in both of her hands in a fashion similar to her Maiden's Rage energy wave and fires several powerful energy blasts at a very rapid rate. It is Pan's ultimate attack in Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World . Maiden's Burst – An Explosive Wave technique. Pan used this during her match against a giant in the 31st World Martial Arts Tournament. Maiden Burst - Pan's evasive skill in Xenoverse . Pan creates an explosion of pink clouds and sparks which propels her upwards diagonally. Feint Shot - Uses Rapid Movement while moving sideways then suddenly reappears to fire off a pink-colored ki blast. One of GT Pan's Super skills in Xenoverse and Xenoverse 2 . Masenko – An energy attack passed down from her father Gohan, who was taught the technique to him by Piccolo. Pan's version is red and orange. She is shown to use it on Baby, but it's not effective. Afterimage Strike – A technique that allows one to move at high speeds and appear to disappear and reappear. One of her Blast 1 in the Budokai Tenkaichi series. Explosive Wave – Pan uses an Explosive Wave on the planet M-2. [11] Saiyan Soul – A Power Up that is one of her Blast 1 in the Budokai Tenkaichi series. Spirit Attack – A blue blast of energy fired from both hands used by Pan. Named and used in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game . Spirit Shot – A sparkling yellow energy ball with a pink outline. Named and used in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game . Invisible Eye Blast – Pan uses this to destroy an alarm going off on the planet M-2. Meteor Crash - A powerful melee rush. One of Pan's Super Skills in Xenoverse . Rolling Hercule Punch - Her grandfather Mr. Satan 's Megaton class punching technique is one of Pan's Super Skills in Dragon Ball Xenoverse . Presumably Mr. Satan passed down the technique to his granddaughter. Justice Rush - A super skill used by Pan's mother Videl in her Great Saiyaman 2 alter-ego and one of GT Pan's super skills in Xenoverse and Xenoverse 2 . When using the technique she mentions that she learned it from her mother. Justice Combination - An Ultimate Skill Rush technique used by Pan's mother in her Great Saiyaman 2 alter-ego and one of GT Pan's Ultimate Skills in Xenoverse and Xenoverse 2 . Likely taught to her along with the Justice Rush by her mother. Dancing Parapara - The signature hypnotic dancing technique of the Para Brothers which Pan fell victim to on Beehay , is one of Pan's Super Skills in Xenoverse and Xenoverse 2 . In Xenoverse , while performing the dance she will regain stamina. Prepare to be Punished - One of Pan's Super Skills in Xenoverse and Xenoverse 2 , where while pointing her finger she shouts " I'm going to teach you a lesson! Prepare Yourself! ", then powering up causing an increase in some of her stats, though she also becomes unable to switch lock-on. Energy Wave Combo - An energy barrage that allows Pan to fire 2 to 6 Ki Waves in succession. One of Pan's Super Skills in Xenoverse 2 . Charged Ki Wave - A technique where Pan uses ki to regain stamina. One of Pan's Super Skills in Xenoverse 2 . Destructo-Disc - One of Pan's attacks in Xenoverse (at least according to the sound files). She might have learned it from Goku. Solar Flare - One of Pan's attacks in Xenoverse (at least according to the sound files). She might have learned it from Goku. Villainous Mode – Pan is given the Villainous Mode power up in Dragon Ball Xenoverse during DLC Parallel Quest Event: " Revenge of the Tuffle ". While using this power up her eyes glow red, and she gains a purple and black aura. Supervillain Mode - Pan gains the Supervillain Mode state by shaving off some of her life in order to obtain greater power in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 in Parallel Quest 92: "" Revenge of the Tuffle ". While in this state her eyes glow pink, and she gains a dark black and white aura. Rage Saucer - A technique where Pan uses rapid movement to deliver a darkness infused rush attack. If multiple enemies are present she can use rapid movement to deliver the rush attack on one opponent after another until the rush ends. Used by Supervillain Mode Pan in Xenoverse 2 . Pan performing Five-Way Fusion in Dragon Ball Fusions

Fusion - In Dragon Ball Fusions , Pan can perform two different types of fusion. Five-Way Fusion - In the main story of Dragon Ball Fusions , Pan learns how to perform Five-Way Fusion along with rest of Tekka's Team from the Ginyu Force . Unlike the rest of her Team, Pan dislikes the dance-like poses they have to perform in order to fuse into the Ultra Fusion . EX-Fusion - In Dragon Ball Fusions , by using a Metamo-Ring and performing the Fusion Dance Pan can perform EX-Fusion. Pan can perform EX-Fusion with Bulla to create Bulpan or with her mother Videl to create Pandel . [12] Arsenal & Equipment Giru - In Dragon Ball GT , Pan befriends the Machine Mutant Giru who aided Pan, Goku, and Trunks in searching for the Black Star Dragon Balls and helped save the trio from Dr. Myuu on M-2 . Giru is Pan's best friend and faithful robot companion. Dragon Radar - Giru became fused with the Dragon Radar after he had eaten it allowing him to detect Dragon Balls. As a result, he assists Pan and Goku when they are searching for either the Black Star Dragon Balls, the Earth's Dragon Balls, or the Shadow Dragons (who each possess one of the cracked Earth's Dragon Balls). Gill Missile – One of Pan's attacks in the Budokai Tenkaichi series . Pan attacks the opponent and Giru appears and fires a missile at the enemy from his Rocket Launcher . Great Saiyaman-like Costume - In Dragon Ball Online in Age 820 at age 41, Pan and the remaining Z Fighters don Saiyaman-like costumes to conceal their identities while fighting remnants of the Galactic Frieza Army who had attacked Earth after the death of Pan's grandfather, Mr. Satan. Metamo-Ring - A device developed by the Capsule Corporation which allows two people to perform EX-Fusion. Pan can uses it to perform fusion with either her mother or fellow female Saiyan hybrid Bulla in Dragon Ball Fusions . Fusions Ultra Fusion

Main articles: Ultra Fusion and Five-Way Fusion After learning how to perform Five-Way Fusion from the Ginyu Force in Dragon Ball Fusions , Pan can fuse with Tekka , Kid Goku, Kid Trunks, and Goten (or any other four members of Tekka's Team) to create an Ultra Fusion . When this fusion initiated by Pan herself, it takes the form of an Female Earthling Ultra Fusion (as hybrid Saiyans such as Pan are classified as Earthlings in Dragon Ball Fusions ).


Main article: Brapan


Bulpan is the EX-Fusion of Pan and Bulla introduced in Dragon Ball Fusions . She also appears as a card in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle .


Main article: Pandel


Pandel is the EX-Fusion of Pan and Videl  introduced in Dragon Ball Fusions . She also appears as a card in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle .

Video games Pan in the opening for Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout

Pan has been playable in several video games:

Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout (GT Pan only) Dragon Ball GT: Transformation (GT Pan only) Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (GT Pan only) Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (GT Pan only) Dragon Ball Z: W Bakuretsu Impact (GT Pan only) Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World (GT Pan only) Dragon Ball Z: Dragon Battlers (GT Pan only) Dragon Ball Heroes Dragon Ball Xenoverse (available via DLC GT Pack 1 and GT Pack 2) Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle Dragon Ball Fusions  (Pan,  Pandel , Bulpan & Ultra Fusion ) Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

She also appears in the following video games, albeit non playable:

Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 Dragon Ball Z: Bakuretsu Impact Dragon Ball Online Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden Voice actresses Japanese: Yūko Minaguchi ( DBZ , GT , Super ), Shino Kakinuma ( Dragon Ball Kai ) English dubs: Ocean Group dub : Brenna O'Brien FUNimation dub : Susan Huber (DBZ), Elise Baughman (DBGT, Dragon Ball Z Kai ), Kate Bristol (young, DBGT), Jeannie Tirado (DBS) Blue Water dub : Caitlynne Medrek AB Groupe dub : Sharon Mann  (old; DGBT special) Tagalog dub: Lyrah Padilla Spanish dub (Latin America): Circe Luna Catalan dub: Meritxell Ané Portuguese dubs: European: Cristina Cavalinhos, Joana Castro (DB Super) Brazil: Jussara Marques, Maralisi Tartarini (old) Italian dub: Federica Valenti Hun omega-replica-watch-bands-rid-0.html. omega james bond spectregarian dub: Anikó Haffner Battles

Dragon Ball Z

Pan vs. Wild Tiger Pan vs. Goten ( Anime only )

Dragon Ball GT

Pan vs. Armed Robbers Pan vs. Martial artists Pan, Goku and Trunks vs. Imeckian Soliders Pan, Goku and Trunks vs. Sheela and Gale Pan, Goku, Trunks and Giru vs. Mouma Pan, Goku and Trunks vs. Son Para, Bon Para and Don Para Pan and Goku vs. Luud (Full Power) Pan and Goku vs. Natt Pan vs. General Rildo Pan, Goku and Trunks vs. Baby (Infant Form) Pan, Goku and Trunks vs. Baby General Rildo Pan, Goku and Trunks vs. Baby (Infant Form) Pan and Goku vs. Baby Gohan and Baby Trunks Pan vs. Baby Gohan and Baby Videl Pan vs. Giant Pan vs. General Blue, Captain Yellow, Staff Officer Black and Major Metallitron Pan vs. Super 17 vs. Dr Gero Pan and Goku vs. Haze Shenron Pan and Goku (Base, Super Saiyan 4) vs. Rage Shenron Pan and Goku vs. Oceanus Shenron Pan and Goku vs. Naturon Shenron (Mole Absorbed) Pan vs. Nova Shenron Pan vs. Eis Shenron (unseen) Trivia Pan's name comes from the Japanese word, "pan", which means bread, continuing the food-based names of Gohan's family . Pan is the first offspring of a Saiyan-Earthling hybrid (Gohan) and an Earthling (Videl) making her the first 1/4-Saiyan 3/4-Earthling. Additionally she is also the first female Saiyan-Earthling hybrid as she was born a year before Bulla who was the first female 1/2-Saiyan 1/2-Earthling hybrid. Interestingly, her father Gohan was the first 1/2-Saiyan 1/2-Earthling and first male Saiyan-Earthling hybrid born, as well as the only Saiyan-Earthling hybrid to be born with a tail . So far, Pan is the youngest character in Dragon Ball history to have the ability to fly. Pan in Nekomajin

In the original Japanese subtitled version of the FUNimation DVD, Goku Jr. is said to be Pan's great-great grandson, instead of her grandson. Since Pan would have been at least 100 when he was born, this would make much more sense considering the huge age gap between the two, giving more room for the other generations. This also decreases the Saiyan blood in him, though, he is still able to transform refuting the idea that Pan's lack of a Super Saiyan transformation was due to her Saiyan blood being diluted (which would not make sense as Goku Jr. and Vegeta Jr. have even less Saiyan blood than Pan, yet both can transform). Another strange fact is that while Pan lacks the Son surname that all her paternal relatives (except Chi-Chi) possess, her great-great grandson is referred to as Son Goku Jr., which is not possible (even if Pan did use the surname, after all), as that would mean whichever parent that Goku Jr. inherited his last name from would have inherited it from Pan, who would be their great grandmother. It is however possible that they merely stuck the surname to the boy for his similarity to his ancestor. In " Sorry About the Wait, Lord Beerus — Finally, Super Saiyan God is Born! ", when the others learn of Videl's pregnancy, Chi-Chi suggests they name Pan "Gomen" (which is both the puns on the Son boys "Go" and noodles "men") [13] However this was before Chi-Chi or anyone knew the child's gender and was just a suggestion to Gohan and Videl. Pan appears with Goku, Trunks and Giru in a chapter of the Dr. Slump Returns manga. In Xenoverse 2 , if the Future Warrior (Xenoverse 2) is a Saiyan while training under Pan she may ask them " If I trained really hard, do you think I could transform into a Super Saiyan, too? Wouldn't I look super cute with blonde hair? Look at that reaction! You totally want to see it! " This indicates she wishes to one day attain the form herself. Ironically, in both Xenoverse and Xenoverse 2 , if Pan's Bandana is worn by Female Saiyans (which causes their hair style and color to match Pan's) and a Super Saiyan or Super Saiyan 2 transformation is used, the hair will turn golden blonde, despite Pan having yet to achieve the transformation herself. Interestingly, in the latest patch of Xenoverse 2, the hair on Pan's Bandana no longer turns blonde, instead simply glowing like other wigs. It should be noted that Daizenshuu 7 and Dragon Ball GT Perfect Files both state that Pan and Bulla have the potential to attain the transformation if the proper conditions are met, such as the arrival of the evilest dangers. The main reason why she and Bulla never did was Akira Toriyama that at the time couldn't figure out how to draw female Super Saiyans (this was before female Super Saiyans appeared in official Dragon Ball media such as video games as well the appearance of Caulifla and Kale in Dragon Ball Super ) which is the main reason why Pan and Bulla lack Super Saiyan forms despite both possessing the potential to do so. However given the appearance of female Super Saiyans in other media and canon female Super Saiyans like Caulifla and Kale, it is possible that she may acquire the transformation at some point in the future. Gallery Pan after flying around the world Kid Pan as she appears in Dragon Ball Z Pan arriving at the 28th Budokai Tournament Pan mocking Mo Kekko Pan flying towards Mo Kekko Pan after her winning Pan as a baby, on the beach with her family and friends Pan artwork in GT Pan in the GT opening Pan on a date Pan with Goku Pan downtown Pan at home Pan training at her grandfather's gym Mr. Satan coddling Pan Pan accidentally launching the ship Pan surprised Pan on Monmaasu Pan fires a Ki Blast, on Beehay Pan fires a Ki Blast, on Beehay Pan dances the Para Boogie Pan dancing the Para Boogie Pan dancing the Para Boogie Pan dancing Pan dancing the Para Boogie Pan as a Mouma is approaching Pan gets the Six-Star Black Star Dragon Ball back Pan as a doll, on Planet Luud Pan inside Luud's body Pan inside Luud's body Pan on Rudeeze Giru and Pan on Rudeeze Pan on M-2 Pan surrounded by Minibots A metal apple in Pan's hands Pan on M-2 Pan charges the Maiden Rage Pan fires the Maiden Rage Giru falls on Pan Pan unconscious Pan eating inside the spaceship Pan punches General Rilldo Pan on M-2 Pan shocked Pan looking out the window Pan with a baby deer, on Pital Pan faces Baby Pan prepares an attack Pan makes a face Mariachi Pan Pan on Polaris Pan in front of the seven Dragon Balls Pan and Goku leave Kami's Lookout Pan coming home from the space journey Pan strangled by Baby-possessed Gohan Pan upset about her father's betrayal Pan Pan when Baby Vegeta summons Ultimate Shenron Pan discussing with her grandfather Mr. Satan Pan in her grandfather's arms Pan before the Earth explodes Pan and Giru at Bulma's party at the end of the Baby Saga Pan poses Pan at the 31st World Tournament Pan at the tournament Pan as Mr. Satan's successor Pan after she gave up the tournament Pan with her parents Pan after she destroyed the Red Ribbon Army Pan with her father after he defeated General Rilldo Pan, Chi-Chi, Bulla Pan with the One-Star Dragon Ball Pan finds the Three-Star Dragon Ball Pan and Goku Pan blushes when she seeing Oceanus ripping of Goku's clothes Pan with the Six-Star Dragon Ball Pan inside Naturon Shenron Pan with Giru and Goku With little energy, Pan manages to find her bag Trunks and Pan after the battle against Omega Shenron A photo of Pan with Giru and the Four-Star Ball Pan sick in bed Pan is fine Pan at the World Tournament Pan cheering for Goku Jr. Pan attacks a robot in the Final Bout opening Pan destroys the robot in the Final Bout opening Pan in a GT: Final Bout magazine scan Pan in Budokai Tenkaichi 2 Baby Pan along with her parents and Piccolo in Fukkatsu no F manga Female Future Warrior wearing the GT Pan Costume form the GT Pack 2 DLC Pan in Dragon Ball Fusions Pan Xenoverse 2 Scan Add a photo to this gallery See also Pan (Collectibles) References ↑ Dragon Ball Chapter 519, " Farewell, Dragon World! " ↑ Daizenshuu 7 , 1996 ↑ 3.0 3.1 Dragon Ball Online , 2010 ↑ Dragon Ball Xenoverse , GT Pack 1 ↑ Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 , 2016 ↑ 6.0 6.1 6.2 Dragon Ball Fusions , 2016 ↑ Japanese anime ↑ English FUNimation dub ↑ Dragon Ball GT Perfect Files , 1997 ↑
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Megatron takes extreme measures to harness the power of the Primes, while Optimus learns the secret of the Omega Keys.

Contents 1 Synopsis 2 Featured characters 3 Quotes 4 Notes 4.1 Continuity notes 4.2 Transformers references 4.3 Real-world references 4.4 Errors 4.5 Trivia 4.6 Foreign localization 5 Home video releases Synopsis

Dreadwing volunteers to counterattack the Autobots , but Megatron points out that with the power of the Star Saber in the hands of Optimus Prime , the Decepticons will not stand a chance against him and must find a means of meeting that power. As the Seeker mentions the Forge of Solus Prime , Megatron counters that it will only work for a Prime, but then comes up with an idea.

Optimus telepathically communicates with Alpha Trion , or rather a recorded message from same, through the Star Saber. Alpha Trion tells Prime that through the Covenant of Primus , he foresaw the battle against the Decepticons on Earth and intentionally transported the Iacon relics there for use by the Autobots . He furthermore informs Prime of the most important of the relics: the Omega Keys which hold the power to restore Cybertron . After Optimus comes out of his trance, he tells the other Autobots about their new mission to retrieve the keys.

The Nemesis reaches Earth's Moon , beyond which is the Decepticon space bridge , hidden there after the Autobots discovered its previous location on Earth. Megatron and Dreadwing head through it to Cybertron.

The Autobots are overjoyed at the fact they're going to be able to go back to their homeworld and truly restore it, but quickly realize they will have to leave their human friends behind. Smokescreen wonders if the keys can really restore Cybertron, and Optimus assures him that the Ancients possessed knowledge beyond current sciences and so starts decoding the last four coordinates.

Insert Voldemort joke here.

On Cybertron, Megatron and Dreadwing break into a sealed tomb which contains the lifeless shell of a Prime. Though Dreadwing does not like the place, as it reminds him of his lost twin, Megatron has him crack open the coffin and "respectfully" takes what he needs.

Arcee , Bulkhead and Bumblebee ponder if they really want to go back to Cybertron if it means leaving their friends on Earth, with Bulkhead wondering if he can do anything other than fight. Ratchet suggests he go back to construction as the cities will still be in ruin. Arcee reminds everyone that they still need to locate the four Omega Keys first before leaving Earth.

Having returned to the Nemesis , Megatron directs Knock Out to attach his new arm. Though the doctor suggests inducing stasis lock for the procedure, Megatron refuses and insists he witness the transplant.

Optimus finishes decoding the first Omega Key coordinates. Smokescreen immediately volunteers to go look and Arcee joins him to keep an eye on him. They arrive in Egypt and start tracking down the relic. As they search, Smokescreen attempts to apologise again for endangering Jack , but Arcee rebuffs him by saying that she does not want to lose a third partner.

Megatron tests his new appendage on the Forge and is elated to see it react to his touch. He starts using the Forge to pound out a new weapon from a chunk of Dark Energon . He is interrupted by Soundwave , who has decoded more Iacon coordinates.

Why do the Decepticons always get the good shit?

Arcee and Smokescreen follow the signal through underground ruins until they pull aside a stone and find the Omega Key they're after. They're soon back in the open air, only to find Megatron waiting for them with a shiny new sword. He sends them flying with an energy wave and when Smokescreen tries to charge at him, the Autobot is sent flying into the side of a pyramid. Megatron spares Arcee so she can tell Optimus to come get the Omega Key personally. Returning to base, Arcee reports Smokescreen's death and the other Autobots are ready to exact revenge. Optimus insists on going alone with the Star Saber. When he arrives, he's shocked to see Megatron has a new arm and a Dark Star Saber . The pair use their swords to send energy waves at each other but each manages to dodge or dispel the energy waves. They move in to close combat but it doesn't take long before Megatron's sword smashes right through the Star Saber. Megatron's about to make the killing blow when Smokescreen speaks up, having grabbed the Omega Key while Megatron was occupied. Optimus takes advantage of Megatron's distraction to renew his assault on the Decepticon leader, but after a short struggle, Megatron throws him off and flings a wave of energy. The energy wave passes right through Prime and Smokescreen, who disappear through the GroundBridge .

Back at base, Smokescreen reveals that he borrowed the phase shifter again, and that's how he escaped destruction. Ratchet says Smokescreen can keep the device, but Smokescreen's joy is short-lived as they contemplate the destroyed Star Saber. Optimus, however, is right back at work decoding coordinates.

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Autobots Decepticons Optimus Prime (3) Ratchet (4) Alpha Trion (5) Arcee (6) Smokescreen (7) Bulkhead (8) Bumblebee (9) Dreadwing (1) Megatron (2) Knock Out (10) Soundwave (11) Quotes

"So, did Alpha Trion ask about me?"

—Ego, thy name is Smokescreen

"Yeah, I don't think I'd ever wanna leave Miko." "We've made friends here. Family." "We could always... 'text' them."

Bulkhead, Arcee, and Ratchet.

"By the AllSpark, Megatron, what have you done?!" "This? I find it affords me certain... advantages , such as the use of the Forge of Solus Prime."

Megatron and Optimus Prime discuss Megatron's new arm.

"My first creation, fashioned from the very blood of Unicron! I call it the Dark Star Saber, Slayer of Primes, if you will."


"At last we take our rightful places, Optimus, as gods ! Wielding the power of the cosmos." "I am but a soldier, Megatron, and you are a prisoner of your own twisted delusions!"

Megatron and Optimus Prime

"And so it ends, just as I'd envisioned! With your head beside my new trophy-"

Megatron Notes Continuity notes The episode continues from the end of the previous one , showing the message from Alpha Trion. The Autobots learned the location of the second space bridge in " Orion Pax, Part 2 ", necessitating its relocation. Dreadwing feels uneasy being in a tomb due to what happened to his twin brother Skyquake , and Megatron uses that and recalls Dreadwing's proclamation that every Autobot shall pay to egg Dreadwing on. Megatron uses the Forge of Solus Prime , which he acquired in " Operation Bumblebee, Part 2 ". The Dark Energon he uses it on was acquired in " One Shall Rise, Part 1 ". Smokescreen uses the phase shifter again , and Ratchet allows him to keep it as a "signature weapon". Transformers references The idea that the Covenant of Primus could give Alpha Trion a blurry glimpse into the future as well as be a recording of the past was belabored in Transformers: Exodus . The Omega Keys are an amalgam of the Omega Lock and Cyber Planet Keys from Transformers: Cybertron , which together had the power to reawaken Primus . A singular Omega Key also appears in War for Cybertron , which grants access to Cybertron's core. Megatron and Dreadwing loot the tomb of an unnamed Prime. In Transformers: The Covenant of Primus , the Prime was revealed to be Liege Maximo . Strangely, though, the stolen arm is red, but Liege Maximo is not depicted as having any red coloration. The Dark Star Saber is most likely based on the Dark Sabers from Transformers: Armada , one of which appeared in the comics as a form of the Star Saber when held by Megatron , and the other of which was used by Nemesis Prime (which was ultimately renamed the Vorpal Saber ). Real-world references The battle takes place at the pyramids of Giza , which was also the site for the final battle of Revenge of the Fallen . The outdoor plaza in front of the tomb containing the Omega Key strongly resembles the area where Optimus Prime killed the Fallen . Errors While the green glow can be seen from Arcee's right side, there is no rupture sound when the GroundBridge portal opens while Megatron tells Arcee to send Optimus his challenge message. When asking Optimus about the validity of the Omega Keys, Smokescreen has his pre-earth paint job. Megatron's eyes become purple when he's around Dark Energon due to the fact that he has Dark Energon within him, but this is not consistently depicted in this episode. When Smokescreen and Arcee enter the groundbridge from the base, Smokescreen's wrists are bare. When they exit the groundbridge, Smokescreen is wearing the phase shifter. Trivia Smokescreen has a vague knowledge of Earth religion. Maybe Jack told him about it. Foreign localization


Title: "Die Omega-Schlüssel" ("The Omega-Keys") Original airdate: 20 February 2013


Title: "Yogen Henkei! Toki wo Koeta Message" (予言変形!時を超えたメッセージ, "Prophetic Transformation! A Message from Beyond Time") Original airdate: 23 February 2013 Like the Star Saber in the previous episode, the Dark Star Saber is renamed and said to be one of the Super Combo Weapons from the Arms Micron gimmick present in TakaraTomy 's Prime toyline. It's now called the "Dark Energon Saber", which in the toyline is an upgraded form of the Dark Matter Calibur included with Final Battle Megatron .

Brazilian Portuguese

Title: "Alfa/ Omega" ("Alpha/ Omega") Original airdate: 15 July 2013


Title: "Alpha - Omega" Original airdate: 13 February 2013 Home video releases All releases listed are in English audio unless otherwise noted. DVD

2012 — Transformers Prime — Season Two ( Shout! Factory ) 2013 — Transformers Prime — Vol. 24 ( Avex Trax ) — Japanese audio only. 2013 — Transformers Prime — Folge 11: Die Omega-Schlüssel ( EDEL:kids ) — English and German audio. 2014 — Transformers Prime — Volume 5: Advance on Cybertron ( Madman Entertainment ) 2014 — Transformers Prime — Season Two Collection (Madman Entertainment) 2014 — Transformers Prime — Saison 2 Vol. 4: Bataille épiques ( Primal Screen ) 2015 — Transformers Prime — Season 2 Vol. 4: Darkest Hour (Primal Screen) 2015 — Transformers Prime — Intégrale Saison 2 (Primal Screen) 2015 — Transformers Prime — Stagione 2 Vol. 4: L'ora più buia (Primal Screen) — English, Italian, Swedish, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian audio. 2015 — Transformers Prime — The Complete Season 2 (Primal Screen) 2015 — Transformers Prime — La Seconda Stagione Completa (Primal Screen) — English, Italian, Swedish, Finnish, Danish and Norwegian audio.


2012 — Transformers Prime — Season Two (Shout! Factory) 2015 — Transformers Prime — Season Two Collection (Madman Entertainment)

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