Vegeta is the polar opposite of his close friend, and greatest rival, Goku, in terms of personality; being consistently arrogant throughout the franchise, boastful, and highly prideful. Vegeta was initially antagonistic, caring for nothing more than gaining immortality with the Dragon Balls and defeating the tyrant Frieza, who had destroyed his people along with his home of Planet Vegeta. After meeting “Kakarot” on Earth, Vegeta becomes obsessed with the notion of becoming a Super Saiyan, so that he could kill both Frieza and Goku. Vegeta remains his evil self after Frieza’s death on Namek, deciding to consume himself with his rivalry with Goku, aiming towards the goal of becoming a Super Saiyan at all costs. After he eventually does become a Super Saiyan, his arrogance seems to double, believing himself to be the strongest warrior in the universe, even after being outclassed by Android 18 and then again after his battle with Semi-Perfect Cell. During this time, Vegeta doesn’t seem to care a single bit about his wife, Bulma, or newborn son, Trunks. Following the Cell Games, however, Vegeta undergoes a significant change.