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Difference Between Super Saiyan 1 and 2


Super Saiyan is the dragon ball manga series fictional extraterrestrial race. Outlining the difference between various Super Saiyans, especially Super Saiyan 1 and Super Saiyan 2 is a difficult. As a result of this, this article tends to outline these differences. Here are some of the differences between Super Saiyan 1 and Super Saiyan 2.

The brightness of the Aura: This is a major difference you can’t figure out from the manga, but can be figured out in the anime. Aura’s Super Saiyan 2 is brighter than aura’s Super Saiyan 1. Just by looking at the body and head of Goku, you can easily outline this difference.

The size of the aura: You can clearly see that when Goku is Super Saiyan 2, his aura is bigger than when he is a normal Super Saiyan 1. This difference is more obvious when Goku cycles through his first transformations into Super Saiyan 3 in the realm of the living.

The hair: Apparently, there are more strands of hair on Goku’s forehead when he was Super Saiyan 1. Telling the difference is easy with him as with Super Saiyan 2 Teen Gohan. But Adult Gohan and Vegeta are a bit difficult. Also, Super Saiyan 2 hair is stiffer and the spiked gold color of his hair is intensified.

Another difference between Super Saiyan 2 and Super Saiyan 1 is that the golden color shade of SS2 is also present over his clothes.

There is also an internal difference between Super Saiyan 1 and Super Saiyan 2. In the case of Gohan, Super Saiyan 2 reacts more violently than Super Saiyan 1. This was regarded as a kid’s sadistic turn that does not want to hurt Cell before as a Super Saiyan 1.

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  1. They also have different eye color

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