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I already know that this is a fan-made interpretation of Pan's design from DBGT.
Why would you think that I didn't know that?
Lastly, Toriyama barely had any involvement with DBGT's series production whatsoever, so I have no idea why you are blaming Toriyama.
Toei Animation produced the DBGT series on their own; it was not Toriyama who made the series.
1. Your interpretation of my comment is your own responsibility; it is not my responsibility to spoon-feed you my thoughts. You assumed too much, which caused you to misunderstand my original comment.
2. Like I said before, Toriyama barely had any involvement with the DBGT production. Art concepts do not equate to Toriyama automatically being at fault for Toei Animation's contribution of a badly written plot / story-line for DBGT, which is a whole separate issue from Pan's character design.
Now lets talk about Pan's DBGT character design:
Pan was suppose to be represented as the successor of Gohan, who was the single strongest DBZ series character in known existence at that time. Instead of giving Pan her DBZ aspects of character development that Toriyama actually designed for her (which was shown at the last Arc of the DBZ Anime and Manga), Toei Animation decided to absolutely ruin her DBGT character by making her personality a rebellious edge-lord and also making her fighting ability have no Super Saiyan form potential. She didn't even have any Ultimate form potential from Gohan's Ultimate form transformation; she was a completely wasted character.
That is what I was talking about in my original comment. If you had just asked me what I meant initially, instead of assuming what I meant, then you would have avoided this miscommunication in the first place.