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FagnerLSantos
The Yamoshi Saga was an arc that I personally really looked forward to in Ericyagami's Dragon Universe. Sequel to Dragon Ball Unlimited and prequel to Dragon Ball NEXT, a perfect bridge that connects these two great stories. This story is based on the premise of a retelling of what would be Dragon Ball Super: Broly at a time when rumors about the film suggested that the film's antagonist would be Yamoshi, before Broly was revealed. Here we see a simpler plot compared to most of the author's stories, a smaller cast and plenty of space to work on the characters and the relationships between them, but still without straying from the author's style, a fan of great conflicts. Despite Android #17 being the main cog due to the antagonist being who he is, the fanfic does not have a defined protagonist and instead distributes a group spotlight and does this very well, giving small important roles to each of the characters. characters involved, I believe it is the fanfic that did this best among all that the author wrote. We will see a deepening of the master and disciple relationship between Yamoshi and #17 brushstroke in Limitless and also the brotherhood relationship between Uub and Buu that culminates in something great in NEXT, an epic and immersive tale that is perfect even For new readers who want to dive into the author's universe for the first time, this story can be a good starting point, given its length and simplicity, I guarantee you won't regret it!
"WHO'S" and "WHOSE"

"Who's" is a contraction for "who is." "Whose" indicates possession. Ex.: Who's attending the conference? Whose jacket is this?

"LED" and "LEAD"

"Led" is the past tense of the verb "to lead." "Lead" can be a verb meaning to guide or a noun referring to a type of metal. Ex.: She led the team to victory. He will lead the project. The pipes are made of lead.

Recommended by FagnerLSantos

FagnerLSantos
Dragon Ball Unlimited is a story where there is no canon, there are no limits, all the realities of the franchise, animes, films, OVAs, spin-offs, games and even some fanmades are united into a single reality by the Eternal Mages, a New World reigned by chaos. At first, the story's proposal and its first chapters may give the impression that its quality is not that good, but don't underestimate it, as it contains a deep, cohesive plot, made with great care by part of the author, as you get involved in the story, it weaves its plot, things gain meaning and it becomes better and better. It's an epic story, full of battles, very well narrated to be read from beginning to end!