DBGT Episode 30
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"Goku is Annihilated?! I'm Dead"
The Game After Life is the fourteenth episode of the Baby Saga and the thirtieth overall episode of Dragon Ball GT. The original Japanese title is "Goku Shometsu!? Ora wa Shinjimatta" (悟空消滅!?オラは死んじまっただ). The episode first aired on November 13, 1996. It's original American air date was February 13, 2004.
After the recap, we find that Goku is in some unknown dimension. He discovers that the only way he can get out of this dimension is to play a game after life against Sugoro, and the loser dies.
Kibito Kai then shows up on the planet of the kais. He manages to mess up Elder Kai's fishing, so Elder Kai gets mad, but Kibito Kai reveals that he lost Goku in Sugaroku's dimension. Elder Kai worries, because that's the only place his powers won't work.
Meanwhile on Earth, Dende has come down and joined Baby and company at the site that Goku appeared to die at. He presents Baby with the Dragon Balls, so Baby Vegeta summons Black Star Shenron and wishes for the Tuffle Planet to be wished back into existence in Earth's solar system. The wish is granted.
Pan sees the wish occur, and she see's Black Star Shenron for the first time here, but she can't help but cry because she now will have to find all the Dragon Balls by herself within one year if Earth is to survive. Hercule comforts her, but Pan decides she wants to take the battle to the Tuffle's.
Bulma has been working at Capsule Corp. on a massive ship, and now the Tuffles gather around the corporation for a chance to gather to their new planet. Pan tries to call out to Trunks and get him to reconsider, but Hercule stops her, and they try to come up with a plan for getting to the Tuffle Planet in disguise.
Meanwhile, Goku keeps landing on all the unlucky spots in the game, while Sugoro keeps getting all the lucky spots. Goku fails the riddle challenge, but he manages to jam himself against the wall before he lands on spikes that would cause death, so he continues playing, but can Goku find a way to win this game after life, and can Pan free the others from Baby's control by herself? Find out on the next GT.
 Major Events
- Baby restores the Tuffle Planet (New Planet Vegeta) to be wished back into existence in Earth's solar system.
- Because of the wish made by Baby with the Black-Star Dragon Balls, Earth had a mere one year left before it's destruction, and that one year had passed. The Z Fighters then decided to transport all of Earth's people to New Plant (Vegeta), saving them from Earth's destruction.
- Although the Tuffle Planet was renamed to Vegeta after the Saiyan-Tuffle war (which the old planet is destroyed by Frieza), it is unknown what happened to New Plant, but it presumably stayed in Earth's orbit, acting as a replacement for the moon.
 See Also
|Brief summary||Just before the blast hits Goku, Kibito Ka … Just before the blast hits Goku, Kibito Kai appears and pulls him out of the way. But just as he makes his inter-dimensional shift, he is hit by the blast's shockwave, and accidentally drops Goku in a mysterious dimension. Neither Baby nor the others saw any of this happen. Goku meets a strange man named Sugoro, who challenges him to a life-sized board game. If Goku wins the game, he gets to keep his life and return to earth, but if he loses, he must give up his life. To make matters worse, Goku is stripped of all of his powers, as they are "against the rules". They begin to play a game of chance, and Goku always seems to have bad luck, unlike Sugoro, who never has anything bad happen to him. This is because he cheats while Goku isn't looking. Back on earth, Dende gives Baby the Black Star Dragon Balls, and he wishes for the Tuffle home planet to be restored in orbit around the earth. He then gathers all of the Tuffles on earth, and they begin to board a giant spaceship that will take them there. giant spaceship that will take them there.|