There have been numerous warriors in the Dragon Ball world who have fallen to evil, but Vegeta is the most notable. He used to be a bad guy who went about destroying worlds, but he came over to the good side in the end. When he gave in to the evil sorcerer Babidi and became Majin Vegeta in the Majin Buu Saga, however, he was responsible for the deaths of countless innocents. However, Vegeta wasn’t the most sinister figure in the Dragon Ball universe. The Shadow Dragons were a new foe in Dragon Ball GT. The dark energy released by people’s desires on the Dragon Balls gave rise to these monsters. In one episode, Goku’s granddaughter Pan attempted to battle a Shadow Dragon but was devoured by it. The fearsome dragon with the capacity to destroy worlds was the result of the merger of Pan and the Shadow Dragon. This fusion was even more dangerous than Majin Vegeta because of the havoc and devastation it might wreak on a worldwide scale. It’s unsettling to consider that our favorite heroes may fall prey to evil, but it serves as a sobering reminder of the significance of free will. Pan resisted the blackness that threatened to swallow her, but Vegeta opted to let Babidi rule him. Both good and evil reside inside each of us; it is up to us to make the correct decisions and not give in to the bad.