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I haven't read the Super manga at all, but... if memory serves, a Saiyajin's lifespan is slightly longer than a humans, or at least they live in their "prime" for longer.Of course, most of them die young, due to being battle hungry idiots. XD
Krillin is nearly as old as Roshi at the beginning of Dragon Ball
I once read (and I bet Nia will correct me on this since most of what I read is just wrong) that Saiyans take longer to get old. That's why Goku looked so young since the beginning of Dragon Ball and why he remains the same through most of Z, barely aging at all while everyone else had gotten older.Not sure if it goes as far as GT does it, or if they exaggerated it. Krillin is nearly as old as Roshi at the beginning of Dragon Ball, probably, but Goku looks the freaking same till he gets turned into a kid (first spoiler! )Not considering GT canon, just comparing that to the whole Saiyan aging deal.
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Actually, that was exactly what I meant by them remaining in the their prime longer.Also, in the case of Goku, remember that he was dead for the 7 years before the Buu arc, so he never aged while he was dead, so really the one who should be noted is Vegeta. XDAnd honestly, we can safely ignore GT because... GT.Also, Roshi is like over 100 years old, so Kuririn in GT really wasn't close in age comparitively.He was saying Kuririn in GT was as old as early Dragon Ball's Kame'senin (which isn't accurate either, I don't think), but it seems you misinterpreted that!
After reading Chapter 7 of super, it's essentially changed my view of saiyans lifespans.Whether you have or haven't read the manga, how long do you think they'll generally live for?
Also, Roshi is like over 100 years old, so Kuririn in GT really wasn't close in age comparitively.
skip to 1:40 and listen to what vegeta say
Actually @Nia you are wrong here.When Goku climbed Korin's tower(during the Red Ribbon Arc.), we clearly see Korin stating that the only one who managed to climb Korin's tower before Goku, was none other than Master Roshi. Who climbed all the way to Korin's tower 300 years before Goku did. Making him over 300 years old !!!!Also if my memory serves me right, Turtle pointed out that Master Roshi drank from mountain of youth. Making him more or less immune to aging further beyond and dying from natural causes.
Goku Dies around Age 806~, which is 22 Years after the end of DBZ.Which would make Goku around 72~and they are just about done.So i'd say they live the same length, their bodies just don't degrade early or at all, so probably 75~ the peek for a saiyan.
I just knew he was over 100 years, not the specific number (even my Dragon Ball information occasionally has a Goku-sized gap in it). Is that taking into account the years he was dead?Let me do a rough count.12 at at the 21st Budokai> 15 at the 22nd> 18 at the 23rd> 23 when Raditz appears> Remains dead while training, so he doesn't age and is still 23 during the Raditz arc> Ages by around a year and a half after the Freeza arc, so at least 24> 27 when the Jinzoningen arrive> Remains dead for 7 years so is still 27> 34 during the end of Z...So, he'd be around 56 when he presumably dies settling the score with Vegeta.If Vegeta had at least 8 years on him (plus, Vegeta was already a little older, as is), which means... Goku's kinda a naughtyword to his rival."Hey, I'm feeling like an old fart; time to settle our rivalry!""God damn it, Kakaroto..."
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I just knew he was over 100 years, not the specific number.
Oh my god. I swear i saw "about 100 hundred years old". My bad
He was saying Kuririn in GT was as old as early Dragon Ball's Kame'senin (which isn't accurate either, I don't think), but it seems you misinterpreted that!
No biggie. I did word it in an admittedly derpy way.
I'm quite sure it wasn't accurate but I think it's the best comparison I can give...It's Nia's fault.
This one is on your head!
I am pretty sure it's 75.Toriama said it. True.