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oH BOY I SURE DO! I’ve always pictured Miguel as a hard working woman. I think before Hercule became a big star, winning the world martial arts tournament and etc. she was the one that provided for the family. She was a business woman with a kind heart, strict at times, but loving and generous too. She wasn’t a fighter, but she was strong willed. Videl gets her heroics and stubborn personality from her father, but, she is hard working and determined like her mother. If you have ever seen OHSHC I kind of picture Miguel as Haruhi’s mom, and even the affect it had on both her and Herule are similar to that.
She was definitely the thing that held the family together through hard times. But, Hercule eventually became a world champion and, soon after, the savior of the world. He got a lot of attention from other women and I think it had an impact on their relationship together. But, Miguel was a smart woman and she knew he’d never cheat on her. Despite the wealth, she remained humble and even continued to work. But, it required her to spend weeks away from home, so Videl could get a little lonely. Still she admired her mother more then anything else.
Miguel’s death would be related to health. She didn’t like people fussing over her and would continue to work even though she was very sick. When her mother died, Videl’s relationship with her father became distant. He was preoccupied with his fame and Videl would try to get his, and everyone elses, attention by becoming the junior champion. She looked up to her father, but, she also despised the fame and distance it brought.