Planet Sadla (サダラ, Sadara) is the native planet of the Saiyans.
Planet Sadla was the Saiyan's original home planet, however, the planet is soon destroyed by internal conflict and discord caused by the Saiyans living there. The Saiyans that lived there moved to another planet and renamed it, Planet Vegeta.
Altered Timeline (Universe 7)
"Hey, have you heard of the Planet Sadala? It's apparently the home planet of the Saiyans. It was destroyed due to internal conflict between the Saiyans, but a change in history has enabled it to live on in peace. Unfortunately, we have no choice but to rekindle the conflict between them, so I spread rumors about both sides. It feels pretty crummy, but it had to be done. That's the way history was supposed to go."
— Time Patroller Jierra talking about his mission to Planet Sadla of Universe 7
In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, Frieza Race Time Patroller Jierra mentions going on a mission to the Saiyan home world (known as Planet Sadala in Xenoverse 2) to the Future Warrior. He reveals that due to a history change, the internal conflict that destroyed the planet never occurred allowing the Saiyans to continue living there in peace. As this conflicts with the original history of Planet Sadala of Universe 7, Jierra was reluctantly forced to rekindle the conflict in order to correct history. Despite being a member of Frieza's race, Jierra reveals he feels pretty bad about it despite fulfilling his duty. Planet Sadala is only mentioned and does not actually appear in Xenoverse 2.
Planet Sadla still exists in Universe 6 and Cabba is a Saiyan from the existing planet. According to Cabba, it is ruled by Universe 6 Saiyan King who has a strong and prideful personality similar to Vegeta's. As part of the Super Pack 1 DLC, Planet Sadla of Universe 6 is referred to as Planet Sadal in the name for Cabba's main skillset, Battle Suit (Planet Sadal).
- Sadla is an anagram of the word "Salad".
- Planet Sadla was first revealed in the Dragon Ball Super manga under the name "Planet Salada" (惑星サラダ, Wakusei Sarada), but this was later changed to "Sadla" in the anime, as well as the collected volume of the manga.
- When reporting that Saiyans are not originally from Planet Vegeta, the authors of the Dragon Ball GT Perfect Files wonder if the original planet of the Saiyans is still around and even call it Planet Saiya.
- ↑ The mysterious "Planet Saiya": Planet Vegeta (formally Planet Plant) was originally the Tuffles' planet, and not the homeland of the Saiyans. The roots of the Saiya are unknown, and all that is recorded is that "the primitive Saiyans drifted to Planet Plant on mysterious spaceships." Perhaps the launching point of these spaceships could possibly itself be the Saiyans' true homeland. And just maybe the Saiyans' home world still exists somewhere in space!? - Dragon Ball GT Perfect Files, 1997