Dragon Ball's Resurrecting Dead Characters: Ruining Franchise

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The longevity of the "Dragon Ball" franchise is a testament to its success and popularity.

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The constant revival of characters through the use of the Dragon Balls takes away the impact of death in the series.

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 The broadness of the magic wishes granted by the Dragon Balls undermines the consequences of characters' actions.

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 The show breaks its own rules regarding the limitations of the Dragon Balls, leading to inconsistencies in storytelling.

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 Characters living on in the afterlife diminishes the emotional impact of their deaths.

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The return of Goku after his sacrifice in the battle against Cell undermines the significance of his sacrifice.

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Villains, such as Frieza and Cell, are repeatedly brought back to life, reducing the stakes and tension in the series.

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The lack of consequences and the ability to bring back characters regardless of how they died diminishes the overall impact of the storytelling in "Dragon Ball."

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