Changeling was the term given to species that Frieza, Cooler and King Cold belonged to. Seemingly rather rare in number, Changelings are a very powerful race, and were the most feared beings in the universe before the Super Saiyans appeared. The Changelings got their name because of their ability to transform their appearance, greatly increasing their strength and speed with each new transformation.
The first form is very short, not very muscled, and arguable looks quite feminine, especially with the facial expression and voice. This form is still very strong though, and was the appearance that Frieza choose to spend his time in, unless of course he wanted to change further during a fight.
The second form looks a lot like the first, except extremely tall, extremely bulky, and looks a lot more menacing overall with a much lower voice and more evil facial expression. This is the only form that King Cold was ever seen in.
Next is the third form, which overall looks a lot more monstrous, with a look extremely reminiscent of the designs of the creatures featured in the movie “Aliens”, with the reformed mouth, elongated head, and spikes sprout from one’s back. Frieza was the only Changeling shown in this form, albeit he didn’t use it for very long.
Next was the form of Changeling that marked the end of the transformation series for Frieza. Here, the appearance has become a lot like the very first one in terms of size and bulk, but with smoother skin structure. Frieza’s version of this form is completely white except from purple plates on the chest, head, shoulders, lower arms and lower legs. Cooler’s version of this form is somewhat different in terms of color scheme, going for a purple body with a mostly white upper body.
Finally, there was an extra transformation that Cooler discovered that Frieza was unable to master. Here, the Changeling becomes much taller and bulkier again, but with the external shoulder plates separating and rising up, the head set reforming spikes, and even a cover for the face coming into being.
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