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Blue appears in the alternate-retelling film Dragon Ball: The Path to Power , and as a member of Emperor Chiaotzu's army holding the rank of lieutenant in the film Dragon Ball: Mystical Adventure where he is also murdered by Mercenary Tao in the same aforementioned manner.

He also appears in the remade s version of the Dr. He is voiced by Toshio Furukawa in Japanese, who said it was a difficult role to play because of the character's homosexuality, [32] and Sonny Strait in the Funimation dub.

Doctor Gero's death at the hands of Android 17 was retold in the seventh Dragon Ball Z film, which features his other creations, Androids 13, 14, and 15 as the antagonists; they do not appear in the manga or anime series.

They succeed, though Myuu betrays Gero and has the newly formed Super 17 kill him once again. He is first introduced in the series by being hired by the Red Ribbon Army to take out Goku and retrieve the Dragon Balls he possesses.

His brother Master Shen later enters his disciples Tien Shinhan and Chiaotzu in the 22nd World Martial Arts Tournament, and attempts to avenge him by ordering his disciples to hurt and kill Goku and Master Roshi's other students.

Watsuki stated that as the first villain to defeat Goku, Mercenary Tao made "a strong impression" on him. Prior to Piccolo Jr.

The organisation controlled a majority of Universe 7 at the peak of its power and serves as the primary antagonistic force of the first half of the Dragon Ball Z series.

The organisation employs and enslaves powerful races, such as the Saiyans, to take over suitable planets so that they can be sold to the highest bidders, or alternatively to destroy planets which are determined to be not financially viable.

Frieza's forces are equipped with scouters, portable computers mainly used to measure power levels, and wear standard-issue battle armor which usually have dual shoulder guards, matching gloves and boots, and some form of skirt armor or crotch guard.

Frieza himself does not really consider his soldiers as an army, looking at them more as a convenient group of followers.

In reality, the soldiers follow him and his relatives out of fear, though some soldiers are known to be fiercely loyal to Frieza such as the Ginyu Force.

The self-styled emperor of Universe 7, Frieza first appears on Planet Namek, where he systematically eradicates most of the entire native Namekian population in his quest to obtain the Dragon Balls so that he can wish for eternal life [ ch.

It is eventually revealed that Frieza was responsible for destroying the Saiyan planet Vegeta, killing all but a few Saiyans, as he had feared their power.

Frieza later engages Goku and his associates in a protracted battle, with Goku transforming into a Super Saiyan after Frieza murders Krillin.

Sorbet was killed by his own master's ki blast towards the end of the battle, which was intended for Krillin but was deflected by Vegeta.

Even though Frieza utilizes a powerful new form developed as a result of intensive training, Goku defeats him once again and sends him back to Hell.

In the anime, Raditz later makes a minor appearance in Dragon Ball GT along with many of the other villains who escaped Hell.

He survives Chiaotzu's self-destructing attack, causes Tien Shinhan to die of exhaustion and kills Piccolo.

Upon discovering that Goku's new power level is well over , Vegeta orders Nappa to stop fighting due to Goku's clear dominance over him, but he refuses and is incapacitated by Goku.

Dodoria's demeanour is brutish and vulgar, while Zarbon appears to be a handsome, long-haired humanoid alien with a refined temperament. Bulma is blinded by her attraction to Zarbon's uncommon physical beauty during their initial encounter, and initially mistakes him for an ally.

While their former cohort Vegeta have little difficulty dispatching Dodoria, who inadvertably revealed to Vegeta that Frieza was ultimately responsible for the destruction of the Saiyan homeworld, Zarbon manages to defeat and capture him after transforming into a powerful reptilian beast following their initial encounter.

The duo have been referenced in Dragon Ball Super and make cameo appearances in flashbacks. Both also make cameo appearances in Dragon Ball GT when they escape from Hell along with various other villains.

In an issue of Beckett Anime , a Beckett magazine publication, Zarbon was voted as one of the top five greatest henchmen of all anime, and was the only character from Dragon Ball on the list.

Though physically some of the strongest individuals in the universe, the Ginyu Force's members delight in coming up with strange poses, betting candy on fights, and playing Janken.

Frieza calls upon them to assist in the defeat of Vegeta and help obtain the Dragon Balls on Planet Namek. King Kai reveals that he actually invited the Ginyu Force there in order to test their new strength subsequent to his training.

He and Burter attack Goku together, but when Burter is incapacitated, he flees to fetch Captain Ginyu. He is shown to be the most tactically skilled, as he deduced that Goku was masking his true power level by simply watching him fight.

After seeing Goku's increased power level when using the Kaio-ken , Ginyu inflicts a near fatal injury on himself. He takes the opportunity to swap bodies with one of Frieza's soldiers named Tagoma, but is killed by Vegeta not long afterwards.

In Dragon Ball GT , he is briefly seen among several escapees from Hell as they return to there after they're defeated by Goku and the others.

He is the brother of Frieza who travels to Earth to seek revenge on Goku. While he admitted that he never liked his brother, he felt that he needed to punish the one who had ruined his family's honor.

Despite transforming into his final form, which is one transformation higher than his brother, he is defeated by Super Saiyan Goku.

He tries to consume the planet New Namek, but is eventually destroyed by the efforts of Goku and Vegeta. He is an artificial life form created using the cells of several characters from the series, including Goku, Piccolo and Frieza.

As a result, Cell is able to perform techniques such as the Kamehameha , which he gains from the cells of Goku. Both his first form and his second Semi-Perfect form have a long tail that ends in a stinger-like appendage and allows it to absorb other organisms.

Requiring the androids 17 and 18 to evolve, he finds out that they are already dead in his timeline, so he kills the Trunks of his timeline and uses Trunks' time machine to travel back in time.

He eventually absorbs both after many battles and ascends to his perfect form. His backstory was that he was born with a power greater than most elite adult Saiyans, and is mentally unsettled as an adult due to the crying of the infant Goku in the incubator next to him when they were born, traumatic events during his childhood including nearly being executed as well as Frieza's genocide and also in part due to his extreme power.

A reworked version of Broly that fits into the canon series continuity appears in the animated film Dragon Ball Super: Broly. This version's backstory and physical appearance have been updated by Akira Toriyama , who had only created concept art of the original character for the Z films that featured him.

Babidi is capable of taking control of someone using his magic; a large "M" would appear on their foreheads as a result.

Babidi manages to take over the minds of many strong warriors in order to help him achieve his goal, including Dabura , [ ch.

Babidi uses them to collect energy for Buu's revival, and later enlists Vegeta to help him, though Vegeta is able to ignore his orders.

Babidi is referenced in Dragon Ball Super and appears in flashback scenes, and he also makes a cameo appearance in Dragon Ball GT when various villains escape from Hell.

Dabura proved to be a formidable foe for the group, and is compared to Cell in his perfect form in terms of power level; he obliterates Kibito single-handedly, turns Piccolo and Krillin to stone by spitting at them, and aids Babidi in corrupting Vegeta with a spell.

Not long after his successful awakening by Babidi, Buu would turn on Dabura by transmuting him into a large cookie and consumed him.

This in turn reverts his petrification of Piccolo and Krillin, restoring them to normal. In a filler episode of the Dragon Ball Z anime, an apparently redeemed Dabura was shown accompanying Bulma, Chi-Chi and Videl in their search for Gohan in the afterlife.

Dabura is referenced in Dragon Ball Super and appears in flashback scenes. Satan , which eventually causes him to expel his evil side.

The original Majin Buu is defeated and killed by Goku, who wishes for him to be reincarnated as a good person.

Baby desires to exterminate all of the Saiyans to avenge the extinction of his people and the loss of their homeworld to the Saiyans. Baby is first reactivated from a sleep state by Doctor Myuu ; he attempts to fight Goku, Trunks, and Pan, but is easily defeated.

To boost his power, Baby infects various people with his DNA and begins gathering energy from them. After a second defeat at the hands of the three Saiyans, Baby infects Trunks and travels to Earth with his unsuspecting host.

On Earth he battles Goten and Gohan, infects them both, and is able to infect Vegeta and make him his primary host.

Goku, Trunks, and Pan return to Earth to find the entire population is now under Baby's control. Baby is able to defeat Goku, then he begins using the Black Star Dragon Balls to restore the planet Tuffle and transport the Earth population to it.

During this time, Baby evolves into an even more powerful form and defeats Goku again. In this new form, Goku is able to defeat "Baby-Vegeta".

He has Bulma, also under his control, fire a radiation beam at him from her Blutz Wave Generator which enables him to transform into a Golden Great Ape as well.

After a lengthy battle, Baby separates from Vegeta and attempts to escape in a spaceship, vowing to return to destroy the Saiyans.

Goku blasts the spaceship with a 10x Kamehameha attack, sending it into the sun and obliterates Baby.

When attempting to undo the damage caused by Super 17 , the cigar-smoking Black Smoke Shenron, Evil Shenron in Japanese, is summoned from the Dragon Balls instead of the regular Shenron.

He splits out the tainted Dragon Balls before fading away, each manifesting into one of the seven dragons as they proceed to cause chaos across the world.

Being much more honorable than his brethren, Nuova helps Goku and turns on Eis. Bob Carter and Christopher R. Black travels to and wreaks havoc on many worlds, eventually destroying them "for the sake of justice" whilst calling himself Son Goku.

He eventually arrives on an alternate future earth, encounters that timeline's version of Trunks , and brings the remaining human population to the brink of extinction.

Trunks later manages to travel into the present timeline using the Time Machine; however, Goku Black also finds a way to follow Trunks into the same timeline using the Time Ring.

Wanting to get rid of him, Black challenges Son Goku to a duel. However, he proves to be no match for Son Goku at his full power. In order to safely escape Trunks' retribution for what he had done, Black destroys Trunks' Time Machine and travels back into their future timeline.

He and Puar went to the same shapeshifting school together, before he was expelled for stealing the teacher's panties. Oolong joins Goku and Bulma in the search for the Dragon Balls to eventually steal them, but abandons this plan.

He does however make the first shown wish with the Dragon Balls, wishing for a girl's pair of panties. Puar's abilities consist of transvection and shapeshifting.

He and Oolong went to the same shapeshifting school together, where he was constantly mocked by Oolong. They initially tail and assist the group in order to steal the Dragon Balls they are collecting, though they later reform and befriend the trio.

When Goku transforms into a giant ape for the first time in the series, Puar transforms into a pair of scissors and cuts off his tail to revert him back to his regular state.

She is very protective over the well being of her family, wishing to remove Gohan from Goku's lifestyle of fighting and constant conflict, but this is interrupted by the constant threats to Earth.

She later relaxes with Goten, even training him herself. In the Bang Zoom! Entertainment dub, she is voiced by Michelle Ruff. Despite his imposing name and stature, he possesses a gentle and laid-back personality in contrast to his daughter Chi-Chi.

He becomes the father in-law of Goku , the grandfather of Gohan and Goten , and the great-grandfather of Pan. Launch's blonde persona develops an attraction towards Tien Shinhan's fierce attitude.

Brief, is the father of Bulma and grandfather of Trunks and Bra. He is an elderly, brilliant and eccentric scientist and is one of the smartest and richest men in the world.

He also creates Goku his own spaceship to journey to Namek, while allowing him to train in x Earth's gravity. Following their return to Earth and in preparation for the battle with the Androids, Vegeta forces him into creating him a ship to allow him to train under x Earth's gravity, which he reluctantly complies with.

He later is essential in repairing the damaged Android 16 in preparation for the Cell Games, alongside his daughter. He is voiced by Joji Yanami in Japanese.

Briefs appears in the final chapter of Toriyama's manga series Jaco the Galactic Patrolman , which is set before Dragon Ball. Korin was modeled after the pet cat that Toriyama had at the time.

During their first meeting, Yajirobe gets mad at Goku for stealing his fish, and hates him. Originally he was a wanderer that lived off the land, but after meeting Korin and discovering the Senzu Beans, which provide the nutrients of ten days worth of meals, restore energy and heal wounds, he lives with Korin.

He begins growing the beans with him, and often delivers them to Goku and his companions. He plays an integral part in Goku's first fight with Vegeta; although simply planning to watch while hidden, when Vegeta stares at a full moon and transforms into a giant ape, Yajirobe uses his sword to cut off his tail and turn him back to normal.

When Yajirobe and Krillin later appeared in the same scene together, Tanaka gave the former a Nagoya dialect in order to distinguish them. Popo serves Dende as his attendant upon the latter's ascension as Earth's new guardian.

Popo's appearance has been considered an offensive racist stereotype related to Sambo or blackface by some, [55] such as Carole Boston Weatherford in an article she wrote in The Christian Science Monitor in May Popo as an example of racism in modern material.

Popo's lips by shading them in completely. Popo's skin was changed from black to blue. Drawing inspiration from the Japanese word namekuji , which means "slug" in Japanese, the Namekians are a humanoid species with plant and slug-like characteristics.

They possess green skin and antennae on their bald heads, and are able to make their own set of Dragon Balls. During the era of the Dragon Ball series, there were just over a hundred Namekians alive on their home planet, as most of their kind had died off a generation prior from a great calamity.

While extraterrestrial in origin, the first Namekian characters encountered by Goku, King Piccolo and his mutated offspring, were known as the Demon Clan and thought of more earthly origin by the rest of the world.

Namekians are hermaphrodites that possess physiques similar to those of human males and are seen reproducing asexually using a mode of reproduction similar to the parthenogenesis , by spitting an egg out from their mouths.

The Namekian homeworld is ultimately destroyed by Frieza as a last-ditch effort to kill Goku. All surviving Namekians are temporarily transported to Earth, where they reside for nearly a year before being resettled on another planet called New Namek.

The Namekians exist in both Universe 6 and Universe 7. Champa claims the Namekians of Universe 6 originally found the Super Dragon Balls and broke off pieces to create their own set of Dragon Balls.

He and King Piccolo were once one being, later revealed to be a Namekian, who expelled the evil inside him order to assume the mantle of Earth's guardian deity.

Because they are one, if either Kami or King Piccolo dies, then the other will as well and the Dragon Balls cease to exist. After Aono suffered a stroke, Bin Shimada voiced the character for his final appearance during the Cell saga.

He makes a cameo appearance at the end of the series giving energy for Goku's Genki-Dama to destroy Majin Buu. In an alternate future timeline, Android 17 is a mass murdering android who is eventually killed by Trunks.

Satan starts winning them and becomes the reigning champion for many years. During the Cell Games, he attempts to fight Cell, but even after being swatted away, he is given credit for Cell's death by the media.

Though Goku and his companions find his inflated ego and arrogance very annoying, he becomes their trusted friend after befriending Majin Buu.

He helped defeat the evil version of Buu by using his celebrity to rally the people of Earth to contribute their energy to Goku's Genki-Dama.

The benevolent incarnation of Buu later moves in and lives with Mr. In their initial dub of the series, Funimation changed his name to "Hercule".

However, when they recorded a new dub for uncut home video releases, they switched to using the original Mr.

Satan the eleventh most popular character of the Dragon Ball series in a poll. In Filipino dub, in order to censor his name, he was given the name Master Pogi.

Her name is an anagram of "Devil", a play on words with her father's name. Like her father, she trains in martial arts, even surpassing him in strength.

She uses her abilities to fight crime in the city, and after Gohan appears as the Great Saiyaman, she quickly figures out his identity.

She uses that to blackmail him into teaching her how to fly. After Buu is defeated, the two form a relationship, eventually having a daughter named Pan.

In the fourteenth Dragon Ball Z film and Dragon Ball Super , Videl participated in a ritual while pregnant with her unborn daughter to enable Goku to transform into a Super Saiyan God, her hair briefly becoming golden like that of a Super Saiyan.

Japanese fans voted Videl the twentieth most popular character of the Dragon Ball series in a poll. As a toddler and later young child, she resembles her father: she has his eye shape and apparent lack of a nose.

However, she does indeed have a nose, though small, and as she grows older, Marron begins to resemble her mother. Unlike her parents, Marron is not a martial artist and does not appear to possess any fighting ability or special powers.

Son Goku and His Friends Return!! After befriending Mr. Satan who convinced him of the error of his murderous ways, the Dai Supreme Kai's influence within Buu moved the creature to reform, leading him to expel his evil tendencies which become a different lifeform altogether.

This aspect of Buu is identical in appearance to his chubby progenitor, although any malevolent behaviour previously displayed are gone; he is now a chidlike entity of good who is kind, caring, and is less likely to throw tantrums of anger.

He is also much weaker in power, and lacks some of the original Majin Buu's unique capabilities. For example, he no longer needs to hibernate for incredibly long periods of time - instead entering an unwaking sleep for a brief period of time.

Buu moves in with his best friend Mr. Satan after the original Majin Buu's demise, and continues to appear as a supporting character in subsequent Dragon Ball media.

After Buu was destroyed, Goku asked for him to be reincarnated as a good person, so they may battle again. After fusing with Buu, he experiences a slight alteration of his physical appearance, and gains a massive boost in power as well as new abilities such as Buu's signature ability to turn enemies into candy.

He is deemed a failure, and is deactivated until Android 18 reactivates and releases him. Unlike the other two, 16 processes a sophisticated mechanism to sense and track power levels in real time.

Like 17 and 18, 16 was designed with the ability to self-destruct, but the device was removed during his repairs. This is made known only when 16 tries to self-destruct and destroy Cell, with Cell retaliating and destroying him.

She is very naive and fights as if she is simply playing around possessing the ability to run at mach speed and unbelievable strength.

Arale is often accompanied by two cherubs known as the Gatchans that are capable of eating almost anything and shooting lasers from their antennas.

Goku meets her during his final encounter against General Blue of the Red Ribbon Army and easily does away with him when Goku was unable to defeat him.

Mashirito and has a seemingly even match against Goku. She is also able to travel to the afterlife, where she recruits deceased individuals and brings them back to the living world to fight for her, albeit only for one day.

She normally charges a very high price for her services unless her team of fighters are defeated. The idea to have two characters "fuse" together was suggested by Akira Toriyama's long-time friend and fellow manga artist Masakazu Katsura , leading to the introduction of amalgamations of characters formed through various techniques.

In the anime, the resulting fused characters tend to be depicted as speaking with a dual voice consisting of both fusees' voices.

The purpose of this technique is to temporarily merge two or more bodies into a single, superior entity with characteristics from both fusees.

The newly fused body is dressed in Metamoran attire; a dark colored vest lined with light colored linen, white pants with a cloth belt and boots.

When the ritual dance is performed properly, the single being created possesses an astounding level of power, far beyond what either fusee would have had individually by combining each other's attributes from strength and speed to reflexes, intelligence and wisdom.

The resulting fusion only lasts up to 30 minutes, after which the fusees revert to their normal selves. However, there are alternate methods of dissolving the fusion regardless of whoever the participants are, usually by forcing the fusees apart such as being magically split through a wish granted by Shenron.

Each participant must willingly consent to fuse in this manner and usually the pair agrees to the stronger of the two to serve their body as the host.

The agreed host places his hand over the chest of the other one and through unknown means, they merge with a blinding flash.

Only the body of the host remains in the aftermath, and the non-host is assimilated and ceases to exist as a body.

The current incarnation of Piccolo is a notable example, having assimilated two other Namekian individuals into his very being.

Villainous characters like Cell and Majin Buu are also capable of forcibly absorbing other characters in order to acquire greater power by taking advantage of their unique physiology.

In the Funimation dub of the series, he is voiced by Christopher Sabat. Later in the series it is revealed that Supreme Kai exist; they are themselves in charge of the Kai.

It is possible for an individual Kai to be promoted to the rank of the Supreme Kai after a period of training as an apprentice.

When Goku brings a self-destructing Cell to his planet, the explosion kills King Kai and Bubbles and destroys his planet. After the Saiyans were annexed by Frieza as a vassal state, he had no choice but to pledge allegiance to him, while at the same time retaining power over his own people as a vassal.

King Vegeta is killed by Frieza when he leads a rebellion against him and boards his spaceship to retrieve his son. After his death, Frieza destroys his home planet and commits genocide of the entire Saiyan race.

He is a deliveryman whom the God of Destruction Beerus recruits for the Tournament of Destroyers and is used as motivation for Goku to get stronger.

At the conclusion of the storyline, he inadvertently won the tournament on behalf of Universe 7 after Universe 6's Hit threw their fight.

He is voiced by Masami Kikuchi in the Japanese version of the series. After initially succeeding in obtaining the Dragon Balls, he is foiled by Goku and his companions after Oolong's wish is granted by Shenron just before he can speak his fully.

They later attempted to infiltrate Bulma's birthday party in order to claim the Dragon Balls again, with Pilaf being mistaken for a monkey while Trunks proclaim Mai to be his girlfriend.

During the course of the Dragon Ball Super series the Pilaf Gang would gradually reform, much like several of Goku's past adversaries, and they even become Trunks' classmates at school.

She is initially depicted as a beautiful, calculating enemy of Goku and his friends who always resorts to weaponry and technology; her serious tone is a foil to the comic personalities of her colleagues.

At some point in time prior to the Cell Games , Mai and her colleagues had used the Dragon Balls to wish for their youth, resulting in them being turned into children.

During the Trunks Saga arc of Dragon Ball Super , a once again adult Mai is revealed to be leader of the resistance forces on Earth against the evil Goku Black in an alternate future timeline.

This version of Mai also appears as a supporting character in Super Dragon Ball Heroes , an original net animation based on the arcade game of the same name.

After the wish is granted the balls scatter across the planet, turn to stone and are useless for a year, meaning, during this year they can not be detected by Bulma's Dragon Radar.

Unlike Shenron, he can only bring a single person back to life at a time, but he can bring that person back multiple times which Shenron can not.

He is voiced by Christopher Sabat in the Funimation dub of the series. He is summoned when the Dark Dragon Balls, Black Star Dragon Balls in the Funimation dub, are gathered, and can grant any single wish, regardless of any restrictions placed on the other dragons.

Summoned from the same Earth Dragon Balls, he splits into the seven Evil Dragons and they spread out over the Earth, causing the heroes to defeat each one.

Like the Kai whom they govern, all Supreme Kai hail from a race of naturally divine beings [82] While the Kai watch over the living world, the Supreme Kai watch over both the "Other World" the afterlife in the Dragon Ball series and the living world.

The Dai Supreme Kai in particular was absorbed by Buu, who then takes a chubby form with an uncanny resemblance to the deity. The Dai Supreme Kai's spirit would continue to manifest within Buu, his benign influence dulling the creature's destructive nature to an extent.

The sword is accidentally broken during Gohan's training, releasing an ancestor of the East Supreme Kai. He uses his power to increase Gohan's and his own life force to resurrect Goku, who made the decision to remain in the afterlife after his death by a self-destructing Cell.

Tetsuya Iwanaga provides the voice for the Elder Kai's younger self in flashbacks. At some point in time in the past, Gowasu chose Zamasu, the North Kai of Universe 10, to be his successor based on his battle talent, a decision he would later regret as he chose an apprentice without noticing the potential for evil within him.

Unlike many of his peers from the other Universes, he does not resent Goku or view him as being disrespectful, as he is the only deity outside of Universe 6 and Universe 7 who actually knows him on a personal level.

Gowasu, along with his counterpart from Universe 7, traveled to an alternate future world where Zamasu has ravaged the world to assist Goku and his associates in dealing with his former apprentice.

During the Tournament of Power arc, Gowasu is shown recruiting team members to fight on behalf of Universe 10, as well as recording and uploading their exploits on a channel known as "GodTube".

In an alternate future timeline, Zamasu succeeds Gowasu as the ruling Supreme Kai of Universe 10 after he successfully assassinates the latter.

Instead of conquering other planets, the Saiyans of Universe 6 tamed their desire to battle for good, and use their skills to protect the civilizations of their universe from danger and unrest.

Characters from this universe were the first outside of Universe 7 to be introduced upon the reveal of there being multiple other universes.

He fought Vegeta where his lava-spewing abilities started to heat up the ring. After breaking the barrier, Vegeta recovered from the overheating and knocked Auta Megetta out of the ring.

Vegeta managed to knock him out of the ring after insulting him. In the Tournament of Destroyers, he faced off against Goku in the tournament against Universe 7.

Goku had a hard time landing a blow on Botamo until he grabbed him by the arm and threw him out of the ring. In the Tournament of Power, Botamo faced off against Gohan.

The punches from Gohan started to lift Botamo off the ground until it was enough for Gohan to use the Kamehameha to blast Botamo out of the ring.

Planet Sadala is also the original homeworld of the Saiyans of Universe 7, but according to Vegeta , it has been destroyed by internal discord long ago and no longer exists.

Unlike the arrogant and savage nature exhibited by the vast majority of Saiyans from Universe 7, Cabba is presented as a good-natured and humble individual who speaks respectfully to everyone and sees himself as a protector of the weak.

As one of Universe 6's strongest warriors, he is recruited to join Champa's team during the Tournament of Destroyers.

Cabba bonds with Vegeta following the events of the tournament and looks up to him as a mentor, in spite of the fact that they fight for opposing teams.

He is voiced by Daisuke Kishio in the Japanese version of the series. Brash and headstrong, she is the leader of a group of Saiyan punks.

She shows a strong contrast to the rest of her people, acting more akin to the Universe 7 Saiyans who are known for being naturally aggressive and prideful.

She also displays a love for getting stronger, which is evident after she heard from her Universe 7 counterparts about various advanced, more powerful forms a Saiyan could attain.

He has a long-running rivalry with Beerus, and the brothers often bicker or engage in acts of one-upmanship like food contests and proxy wars.

During the Universe 6 Saga , Champa holds a fighting tournament known as the Tournament of Destroyers; he forms a team by gathering the strongest warriors from Universe 6 to challenge Universe 7, which consists of Hit , Cabba , Frost , Botamo , and Auta Magetta.

Champa is voiced by Mitsuo Iwata in the Japanese version of the series. In the Funimation bub, his voice is supplied by Jason Liebrecht. He is first introduced in Dragon Ball Super as a competitor for his universe during the Tournament of Destroyers.

Unlike Frieza, he is apparently perceived in a positive light by the majority of his subjects in Universe 6. Frost's characterization differs between the manga and anime adaptions of Dragon Ball Super , being a malevolent being not unlike Frieza in the anime, while on the other hand the manga version of the character is simply amoral and unsportsmanlike.

In the anime, Frost faces off against Goku, Piccolo and Vegeta in successive rounds in the tournament and defeats Goku and Piccolo by cheating and using his secret poison; Goku is allowed to return to the tournament after this is revealed and Frost is defeated by Vegeta.

Nonostante questo rimane un personaggio molto introverso e solitario che preferisce vivere in luoghi isolati per affinare le sue tecniche di combattimento.

In Dragon Ball Super , ma solo nella serie animata, si scopre che Tenshinhan ha aperto un dojo con molti allievi al seguito.

In questa occasione lo si vede nell'inedita veste di insegnante severo e giusto che attende con pazienza i progressi dei suoi allievi.

Onda dell'argimento demoniaco? Di seguito l'evoluzione del livello di combattimento di Tenshinhan nelle varie avventure della serie:. La voce storica di Tenshinhan in lingua giapponese fu Hirotaka Suzuoki.

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He tries to consume the planet New Namek, but is eventually destroyed by the efforts of Goku and Vegeta. He is an artificial life form created using the cells of several characters from the series, including Goku, Piccolo and Frieza.

As a result, Cell is able to perform techniques such as the Kamehameha , which he gains from the cells of Goku. Both his first form and his second Semi-Perfect form have a long tail that ends in a stinger-like appendage and allows it to absorb other organisms.

Requiring the androids 17 and 18 to evolve, he finds out that they are already dead in his timeline, so he kills the Trunks of his timeline and uses Trunks' time machine to travel back in time.

He eventually absorbs both after many battles and ascends to his perfect form. His backstory was that he was born with a power greater than most elite adult Saiyans, and is mentally unsettled as an adult due to the crying of the infant Goku in the incubator next to him when they were born, traumatic events during his childhood including nearly being executed as well as Frieza's genocide and also in part due to his extreme power.

A reworked version of Broly that fits into the canon series continuity appears in the animated film Dragon Ball Super: Broly. This version's backstory and physical appearance have been updated by Akira Toriyama , who had only created concept art of the original character for the Z films that featured him.

Babidi is capable of taking control of someone using his magic; a large "M" would appear on their foreheads as a result. Babidi manages to take over the minds of many strong warriors in order to help him achieve his goal, including Dabura , [ ch.

Babidi uses them to collect energy for Buu's revival, and later enlists Vegeta to help him, though Vegeta is able to ignore his orders.

Babidi is referenced in Dragon Ball Super and appears in flashback scenes, and he also makes a cameo appearance in Dragon Ball GT when various villains escape from Hell.

Dabura proved to be a formidable foe for the group, and is compared to Cell in his perfect form in terms of power level; he obliterates Kibito single-handedly, turns Piccolo and Krillin to stone by spitting at them, and aids Babidi in corrupting Vegeta with a spell.

Not long after his successful awakening by Babidi, Buu would turn on Dabura by transmuting him into a large cookie and consumed him.

This in turn reverts his petrification of Piccolo and Krillin, restoring them to normal. In a filler episode of the Dragon Ball Z anime, an apparently redeemed Dabura was shown accompanying Bulma, Chi-Chi and Videl in their search for Gohan in the afterlife.

Dabura is referenced in Dragon Ball Super and appears in flashback scenes. Satan , which eventually causes him to expel his evil side.

The original Majin Buu is defeated and killed by Goku, who wishes for him to be reincarnated as a good person.

Baby desires to exterminate all of the Saiyans to avenge the extinction of his people and the loss of their homeworld to the Saiyans. Baby is first reactivated from a sleep state by Doctor Myuu ; he attempts to fight Goku, Trunks, and Pan, but is easily defeated.

To boost his power, Baby infects various people with his DNA and begins gathering energy from them. After a second defeat at the hands of the three Saiyans, Baby infects Trunks and travels to Earth with his unsuspecting host.

On Earth he battles Goten and Gohan, infects them both, and is able to infect Vegeta and make him his primary host.

Goku, Trunks, and Pan return to Earth to find the entire population is now under Baby's control. Baby is able to defeat Goku, then he begins using the Black Star Dragon Balls to restore the planet Tuffle and transport the Earth population to it.

During this time, Baby evolves into an even more powerful form and defeats Goku again. In this new form, Goku is able to defeat "Baby-Vegeta".

He has Bulma, also under his control, fire a radiation beam at him from her Blutz Wave Generator which enables him to transform into a Golden Great Ape as well.

After a lengthy battle, Baby separates from Vegeta and attempts to escape in a spaceship, vowing to return to destroy the Saiyans. Goku blasts the spaceship with a 10x Kamehameha attack, sending it into the sun and obliterates Baby.

When attempting to undo the damage caused by Super 17 , the cigar-smoking Black Smoke Shenron, Evil Shenron in Japanese, is summoned from the Dragon Balls instead of the regular Shenron.

He splits out the tainted Dragon Balls before fading away, each manifesting into one of the seven dragons as they proceed to cause chaos across the world.

Being much more honorable than his brethren, Nuova helps Goku and turns on Eis. Bob Carter and Christopher R.

Black travels to and wreaks havoc on many worlds, eventually destroying them "for the sake of justice" whilst calling himself Son Goku. He eventually arrives on an alternate future earth, encounters that timeline's version of Trunks , and brings the remaining human population to the brink of extinction.

Trunks later manages to travel into the present timeline using the Time Machine; however, Goku Black also finds a way to follow Trunks into the same timeline using the Time Ring.

Wanting to get rid of him, Black challenges Son Goku to a duel. However, he proves to be no match for Son Goku at his full power.

In order to safely escape Trunks' retribution for what he had done, Black destroys Trunks' Time Machine and travels back into their future timeline.

He and Puar went to the same shapeshifting school together, before he was expelled for stealing the teacher's panties. Oolong joins Goku and Bulma in the search for the Dragon Balls to eventually steal them, but abandons this plan.

He does however make the first shown wish with the Dragon Balls, wishing for a girl's pair of panties. Puar's abilities consist of transvection and shapeshifting.

He and Oolong went to the same shapeshifting school together, where he was constantly mocked by Oolong.

They initially tail and assist the group in order to steal the Dragon Balls they are collecting, though they later reform and befriend the trio.

When Goku transforms into a giant ape for the first time in the series, Puar transforms into a pair of scissors and cuts off his tail to revert him back to his regular state.

She is very protective over the well being of her family, wishing to remove Gohan from Goku's lifestyle of fighting and constant conflict, but this is interrupted by the constant threats to Earth.

She later relaxes with Goten, even training him herself. In the Bang Zoom! Entertainment dub, she is voiced by Michelle Ruff.

Despite his imposing name and stature, he possesses a gentle and laid-back personality in contrast to his daughter Chi-Chi.

He becomes the father in-law of Goku , the grandfather of Gohan and Goten , and the great-grandfather of Pan.

Launch's blonde persona develops an attraction towards Tien Shinhan's fierce attitude. Brief, is the father of Bulma and grandfather of Trunks and Bra.

He is an elderly, brilliant and eccentric scientist and is one of the smartest and richest men in the world. He also creates Goku his own spaceship to journey to Namek, while allowing him to train in x Earth's gravity.

Following their return to Earth and in preparation for the battle with the Androids, Vegeta forces him into creating him a ship to allow him to train under x Earth's gravity, which he reluctantly complies with.

He later is essential in repairing the damaged Android 16 in preparation for the Cell Games, alongside his daughter. He is voiced by Joji Yanami in Japanese.

Briefs appears in the final chapter of Toriyama's manga series Jaco the Galactic Patrolman , which is set before Dragon Ball. Korin was modeled after the pet cat that Toriyama had at the time.

During their first meeting, Yajirobe gets mad at Goku for stealing his fish, and hates him. Originally he was a wanderer that lived off the land, but after meeting Korin and discovering the Senzu Beans, which provide the nutrients of ten days worth of meals, restore energy and heal wounds, he lives with Korin.

He begins growing the beans with him, and often delivers them to Goku and his companions. He plays an integral part in Goku's first fight with Vegeta; although simply planning to watch while hidden, when Vegeta stares at a full moon and transforms into a giant ape, Yajirobe uses his sword to cut off his tail and turn him back to normal.

When Yajirobe and Krillin later appeared in the same scene together, Tanaka gave the former a Nagoya dialect in order to distinguish them.

Popo serves Dende as his attendant upon the latter's ascension as Earth's new guardian. Popo's appearance has been considered an offensive racist stereotype related to Sambo or blackface by some, [55] such as Carole Boston Weatherford in an article she wrote in The Christian Science Monitor in May Popo as an example of racism in modern material.

Popo's lips by shading them in completely. Popo's skin was changed from black to blue. Drawing inspiration from the Japanese word namekuji , which means "slug" in Japanese, the Namekians are a humanoid species with plant and slug-like characteristics.

They possess green skin and antennae on their bald heads, and are able to make their own set of Dragon Balls. During the era of the Dragon Ball series, there were just over a hundred Namekians alive on their home planet, as most of their kind had died off a generation prior from a great calamity.

While extraterrestrial in origin, the first Namekian characters encountered by Goku, King Piccolo and his mutated offspring, were known as the Demon Clan and thought of more earthly origin by the rest of the world.

Namekians are hermaphrodites that possess physiques similar to those of human males and are seen reproducing asexually using a mode of reproduction similar to the parthenogenesis , by spitting an egg out from their mouths.

The Namekian homeworld is ultimately destroyed by Frieza as a last-ditch effort to kill Goku. All surviving Namekians are temporarily transported to Earth, where they reside for nearly a year before being resettled on another planet called New Namek.

The Namekians exist in both Universe 6 and Universe 7. Champa claims the Namekians of Universe 6 originally found the Super Dragon Balls and broke off pieces to create their own set of Dragon Balls.

He and King Piccolo were once one being, later revealed to be a Namekian, who expelled the evil inside him order to assume the mantle of Earth's guardian deity.

Because they are one, if either Kami or King Piccolo dies, then the other will as well and the Dragon Balls cease to exist.

After Aono suffered a stroke, Bin Shimada voiced the character for his final appearance during the Cell saga. He makes a cameo appearance at the end of the series giving energy for Goku's Genki-Dama to destroy Majin Buu.

In an alternate future timeline, Android 17 is a mass murdering android who is eventually killed by Trunks. Satan starts winning them and becomes the reigning champion for many years.

During the Cell Games, he attempts to fight Cell, but even after being swatted away, he is given credit for Cell's death by the media.

Though Goku and his companions find his inflated ego and arrogance very annoying, he becomes their trusted friend after befriending Majin Buu.

He helped defeat the evil version of Buu by using his celebrity to rally the people of Earth to contribute their energy to Goku's Genki-Dama. The benevolent incarnation of Buu later moves in and lives with Mr.

In their initial dub of the series, Funimation changed his name to "Hercule". However, when they recorded a new dub for uncut home video releases, they switched to using the original Mr.

Satan the eleventh most popular character of the Dragon Ball series in a poll. In Filipino dub, in order to censor his name, he was given the name Master Pogi.

Her name is an anagram of "Devil", a play on words with her father's name. Like her father, she trains in martial arts, even surpassing him in strength.

She uses her abilities to fight crime in the city, and after Gohan appears as the Great Saiyaman, she quickly figures out his identity.

She uses that to blackmail him into teaching her how to fly. After Buu is defeated, the two form a relationship, eventually having a daughter named Pan.

In the fourteenth Dragon Ball Z film and Dragon Ball Super , Videl participated in a ritual while pregnant with her unborn daughter to enable Goku to transform into a Super Saiyan God, her hair briefly becoming golden like that of a Super Saiyan.

Japanese fans voted Videl the twentieth most popular character of the Dragon Ball series in a poll. As a toddler and later young child, she resembles her father: she has his eye shape and apparent lack of a nose.

However, she does indeed have a nose, though small, and as she grows older, Marron begins to resemble her mother. Unlike her parents, Marron is not a martial artist and does not appear to possess any fighting ability or special powers.

Son Goku and His Friends Return!! After befriending Mr. Satan who convinced him of the error of his murderous ways, the Dai Supreme Kai's influence within Buu moved the creature to reform, leading him to expel his evil tendencies which become a different lifeform altogether.

This aspect of Buu is identical in appearance to his chubby progenitor, although any malevolent behaviour previously displayed are gone; he is now a chidlike entity of good who is kind, caring, and is less likely to throw tantrums of anger.

He is also much weaker in power, and lacks some of the original Majin Buu's unique capabilities. For example, he no longer needs to hibernate for incredibly long periods of time - instead entering an unwaking sleep for a brief period of time.

Buu moves in with his best friend Mr. Satan after the original Majin Buu's demise, and continues to appear as a supporting character in subsequent Dragon Ball media.

After Buu was destroyed, Goku asked for him to be reincarnated as a good person, so they may battle again. After fusing with Buu, he experiences a slight alteration of his physical appearance, and gains a massive boost in power as well as new abilities such as Buu's signature ability to turn enemies into candy.

He is deemed a failure, and is deactivated until Android 18 reactivates and releases him. Unlike the other two, 16 processes a sophisticated mechanism to sense and track power levels in real time.

Like 17 and 18, 16 was designed with the ability to self-destruct, but the device was removed during his repairs. This is made known only when 16 tries to self-destruct and destroy Cell, with Cell retaliating and destroying him.

She is very naive and fights as if she is simply playing around possessing the ability to run at mach speed and unbelievable strength. Arale is often accompanied by two cherubs known as the Gatchans that are capable of eating almost anything and shooting lasers from their antennas.

Goku meets her during his final encounter against General Blue of the Red Ribbon Army and easily does away with him when Goku was unable to defeat him.

Mashirito and has a seemingly even match against Goku. She is also able to travel to the afterlife, where she recruits deceased individuals and brings them back to the living world to fight for her, albeit only for one day.

She normally charges a very high price for her services unless her team of fighters are defeated. The idea to have two characters "fuse" together was suggested by Akira Toriyama's long-time friend and fellow manga artist Masakazu Katsura , leading to the introduction of amalgamations of characters formed through various techniques.

In the anime, the resulting fused characters tend to be depicted as speaking with a dual voice consisting of both fusees' voices. The purpose of this technique is to temporarily merge two or more bodies into a single, superior entity with characteristics from both fusees.

The newly fused body is dressed in Metamoran attire; a dark colored vest lined with light colored linen, white pants with a cloth belt and boots.

When the ritual dance is performed properly, the single being created possesses an astounding level of power, far beyond what either fusee would have had individually by combining each other's attributes from strength and speed to reflexes, intelligence and wisdom.

The resulting fusion only lasts up to 30 minutes, after which the fusees revert to their normal selves. However, there are alternate methods of dissolving the fusion regardless of whoever the participants are, usually by forcing the fusees apart such as being magically split through a wish granted by Shenron.

Each participant must willingly consent to fuse in this manner and usually the pair agrees to the stronger of the two to serve their body as the host.

The agreed host places his hand over the chest of the other one and through unknown means, they merge with a blinding flash. Only the body of the host remains in the aftermath, and the non-host is assimilated and ceases to exist as a body.

The current incarnation of Piccolo is a notable example, having assimilated two other Namekian individuals into his very being. Villainous characters like Cell and Majin Buu are also capable of forcibly absorbing other characters in order to acquire greater power by taking advantage of their unique physiology.

In the Funimation dub of the series, he is voiced by Christopher Sabat. Later in the series it is revealed that Supreme Kai exist; they are themselves in charge of the Kai.

It is possible for an individual Kai to be promoted to the rank of the Supreme Kai after a period of training as an apprentice. When Goku brings a self-destructing Cell to his planet, the explosion kills King Kai and Bubbles and destroys his planet.

After the Saiyans were annexed by Frieza as a vassal state, he had no choice but to pledge allegiance to him, while at the same time retaining power over his own people as a vassal.

King Vegeta is killed by Frieza when he leads a rebellion against him and boards his spaceship to retrieve his son. After his death, Frieza destroys his home planet and commits genocide of the entire Saiyan race.

He is a deliveryman whom the God of Destruction Beerus recruits for the Tournament of Destroyers and is used as motivation for Goku to get stronger.

At the conclusion of the storyline, he inadvertently won the tournament on behalf of Universe 7 after Universe 6's Hit threw their fight. He is voiced by Masami Kikuchi in the Japanese version of the series.

After initially succeeding in obtaining the Dragon Balls, he is foiled by Goku and his companions after Oolong's wish is granted by Shenron just before he can speak his fully.

They later attempted to infiltrate Bulma's birthday party in order to claim the Dragon Balls again, with Pilaf being mistaken for a monkey while Trunks proclaim Mai to be his girlfriend.

During the course of the Dragon Ball Super series the Pilaf Gang would gradually reform, much like several of Goku's past adversaries, and they even become Trunks' classmates at school.

She is initially depicted as a beautiful, calculating enemy of Goku and his friends who always resorts to weaponry and technology; her serious tone is a foil to the comic personalities of her colleagues.

At some point in time prior to the Cell Games , Mai and her colleagues had used the Dragon Balls to wish for their youth, resulting in them being turned into children.

During the Trunks Saga arc of Dragon Ball Super , a once again adult Mai is revealed to be leader of the resistance forces on Earth against the evil Goku Black in an alternate future timeline.

This version of Mai also appears as a supporting character in Super Dragon Ball Heroes , an original net animation based on the arcade game of the same name.

After the wish is granted the balls scatter across the planet, turn to stone and are useless for a year, meaning, during this year they can not be detected by Bulma's Dragon Radar.

Unlike Shenron, he can only bring a single person back to life at a time, but he can bring that person back multiple times which Shenron can not. He is voiced by Christopher Sabat in the Funimation dub of the series.

He is summoned when the Dark Dragon Balls, Black Star Dragon Balls in the Funimation dub, are gathered, and can grant any single wish, regardless of any restrictions placed on the other dragons.

Summoned from the same Earth Dragon Balls, he splits into the seven Evil Dragons and they spread out over the Earth, causing the heroes to defeat each one.

Like the Kai whom they govern, all Supreme Kai hail from a race of naturally divine beings [82] While the Kai watch over the living world, the Supreme Kai watch over both the "Other World" the afterlife in the Dragon Ball series and the living world.

The Dai Supreme Kai in particular was absorbed by Buu, who then takes a chubby form with an uncanny resemblance to the deity. The Dai Supreme Kai's spirit would continue to manifest within Buu, his benign influence dulling the creature's destructive nature to an extent.

The sword is accidentally broken during Gohan's training, releasing an ancestor of the East Supreme Kai. He uses his power to increase Gohan's and his own life force to resurrect Goku, who made the decision to remain in the afterlife after his death by a self-destructing Cell.

Tetsuya Iwanaga provides the voice for the Elder Kai's younger self in flashbacks. At some point in time in the past, Gowasu chose Zamasu, the North Kai of Universe 10, to be his successor based on his battle talent, a decision he would later regret as he chose an apprentice without noticing the potential for evil within him.

Unlike many of his peers from the other Universes, he does not resent Goku or view him as being disrespectful, as he is the only deity outside of Universe 6 and Universe 7 who actually knows him on a personal level.

Gowasu, along with his counterpart from Universe 7, traveled to an alternate future world where Zamasu has ravaged the world to assist Goku and his associates in dealing with his former apprentice.

During the Tournament of Power arc, Gowasu is shown recruiting team members to fight on behalf of Universe 10, as well as recording and uploading their exploits on a channel known as "GodTube".

In an alternate future timeline, Zamasu succeeds Gowasu as the ruling Supreme Kai of Universe 10 after he successfully assassinates the latter.

Instead of conquering other planets, the Saiyans of Universe 6 tamed their desire to battle for good, and use their skills to protect the civilizations of their universe from danger and unrest.

Characters from this universe were the first outside of Universe 7 to be introduced upon the reveal of there being multiple other universes.

He fought Vegeta where his lava-spewing abilities started to heat up the ring. After breaking the barrier, Vegeta recovered from the overheating and knocked Auta Megetta out of the ring.

Vegeta managed to knock him out of the ring after insulting him. In the Tournament of Destroyers, he faced off against Goku in the tournament against Universe 7.

Goku had a hard time landing a blow on Botamo until he grabbed him by the arm and threw him out of the ring. In the Tournament of Power, Botamo faced off against Gohan.

The punches from Gohan started to lift Botamo off the ground until it was enough for Gohan to use the Kamehameha to blast Botamo out of the ring.

Planet Sadala is also the original homeworld of the Saiyans of Universe 7, but according to Vegeta , it has been destroyed by internal discord long ago and no longer exists.

Unlike the arrogant and savage nature exhibited by the vast majority of Saiyans from Universe 7, Cabba is presented as a good-natured and humble individual who speaks respectfully to everyone and sees himself as a protector of the weak.

As one of Universe 6's strongest warriors, he is recruited to join Champa's team during the Tournament of Destroyers.

Cabba bonds with Vegeta following the events of the tournament and looks up to him as a mentor, in spite of the fact that they fight for opposing teams.

He is voiced by Daisuke Kishio in the Japanese version of the series. Brash and headstrong, she is the leader of a group of Saiyan punks.

She shows a strong contrast to the rest of her people, acting more akin to the Universe 7 Saiyans who are known for being naturally aggressive and prideful.

She also displays a love for getting stronger, which is evident after she heard from her Universe 7 counterparts about various advanced, more powerful forms a Saiyan could attain.

He has a long-running rivalry with Beerus, and the brothers often bicker or engage in acts of one-upmanship like food contests and proxy wars.

During the Universe 6 Saga , Champa holds a fighting tournament known as the Tournament of Destroyers; he forms a team by gathering the strongest warriors from Universe 6 to challenge Universe 7, which consists of Hit , Cabba , Frost , Botamo , and Auta Magetta.

Champa is voiced by Mitsuo Iwata in the Japanese version of the series. In the Funimation bub, his voice is supplied by Jason Liebrecht. He is first introduced in Dragon Ball Super as a competitor for his universe during the Tournament of Destroyers.

Unlike Frieza, he is apparently perceived in a positive light by the majority of his subjects in Universe 6.

Frost's characterization differs between the manga and anime adaptions of Dragon Ball Super , being a malevolent being not unlike Frieza in the anime, while on the other hand the manga version of the character is simply amoral and unsportsmanlike.

In the anime, Frost faces off against Goku, Piccolo and Vegeta in successive rounds in the tournament and defeats Goku and Piccolo by cheating and using his secret poison; Goku is allowed to return to the tournament after this is revealed and Frost is defeated by Vegeta.

He is eventually exposed as a devious manipulator who feigns benevolence as a facade, and is in fact a space pirate and planet broker who discreetly profits from warmongering activities in his universe.

In the Tournament of Power, Frost meets Frieza before the tournament begins. Then he met up with Frieza where they fought Gohan. Frieza then double-crosses Frost and blasts him out of the ring.

When Frost tries to attack Frieza for double-crossing him, both Zenos erase Frost for violating the rules.

This served as a warning to Champa to not let something like this happen again or else their entire universe will be erased. Frost is later restored when Android 17 uses the Super Dragon Balls to restore the erased universes.

In the manga, there is no mention of Frost being involved in criminal activities nor any indication of him being evil, and he appears to have a genuinely pleasant personality.

He is indifferent to accusations of being a dirty fighter for using his poisonous stingers, as the tournament offers no prize money and the battles are ultimately pointless according to his perspective.

Over a millennium old, he is the strongest member of his universe's team during the Tournament of Destroyers. In Japanese, Hit is voiced by Kazuhiro Yamaji.

Unlike most Saiyans who are assertive or at least strong-willed, Kale is by nature a very meek and timid individual.

Her greatest desire is to fight alongside Caulifla as equals; her devotion to Caulifla have also become a strong trigger for her in battle.

Much like Broly from Universe 7, she is the latest Legendary Saiyan of her universe, a demonic warrior who appears once every years. When accessing her Super Saiyan powers, Kale's personality becomes a polar opposite; shifting through emotions while in her berserker state, she would become excessively violent and savage, showing no mercy to anyone who stands in her way.

Vados openly displays concern with Champa's physique and health problems and often teases him for being overweight, blaming his weight issues as the cause of his low stamina and his difficulty in keeping up with her training.

She is also shown to be polite and respectful, even when addressing lesser beings or those who are not from her universe such as Goku. Vados is voiced by Yuriko Yamaguchi in the Japanese version.

Universe 11 is linked with Universe 2 as twin universes. He dislikes evil and is proud of the Pride Troopers' work.

Top is his candidate for God of Destruction when Belmod retires. He is usually accompanied by his attendant and martial arts teacher Marcarita.

In the Tournament of Power, he used his own super-speed when fighting Hit before retreating. During his fight with Frieza, Dyspo also fought against Gohan who sacrificed himself to get Dyspo out of the ring.

His quiet, stoic demeanor is but a glimpse of his solitary nature; he is haunted by his past losses and desperately tries to undo it all by forging his own path of justice.

While fighting for justice, he has no loyalty to anyone beyond himself, believing that trusting in others will ultimately backfire. Jiren is very proud of his strength and refuses to accept the help of his comrades even in dire moments where he is under severe pressured from his opponents.

A hot-blooded yet humble fighter who passionately believes in the concept of justice, Toppo is a candidate to become Universe 11's next God of Destruction, being the second most powerful mortal within his home universe after his comrade Jiren.

His commitment to pursuing justice is further seen from his tendency to name his techniques as an extension of justice, such as the Justice Flash.

Depicted as a childlike humanoid figure, Zeno ranks above all other mortals and gods in the series and has the power to erase entire universes from existence at will.

He is served by a pair of identical-looking attendants and is advised by Grand Minister. First appearing during the aftermath of the Tournament of Destroyers between Universes 6 and 7, Zeno is treated with utmost reverence and fear by the other gods and mortals.

Part of the caution others have around Zeno comes from the fact that he acts and behaves like a child, destroying entire planets and universes out of amusement or dismay.

Since the "Future" Trunks Saga , there are two coequal Zenos. He is the father of all twelve Angels in the multiverse. The Grand Minister's principal tasks are to implement Zeno's decrees and welcome guests to his palace.

The manga's anime and film adaptations feature some original characters not created by Toriyama but by Toei Animation staff; the vast majority of the film adaptations in particular exist in their own unique continuities which branch off from the anime television series at various points, hence original characters introduced in the films are usually unknown to the characters in either or both of the official anime and manga series continuities.

Garlic Jr. His father was imprisoned by Kami in the realm of darkness, leaving Garlic Jr. Nell'anime, invece, viene presentato in un episodio filler precedente all'inizio del torneo.

In questo episodio, lui e Jiaozi salvano, in cambio di denaro, gli abitanti di alcuni villaggi dalla minaccia del mostro InoShikaCho.

Denunciati dal bambino, Tenshinhan e Jiaozi si danno alla fuga [10] e ricompaiono, come nel manga, in occasione del torneo.

Desideroso di vendicare il suo senpai , Tenshinhan incomincia a combattere ma durante la sfida l'Eremita della Gru ordina a Jiaozi di utilizzare i suoi poteri telepatici per immobilizzare Goku.

Questo gesto fa comprendere a Tenshinhan la vera natura del proprio maestro e, dopo aver esortato Jiaozi a liberare Goku, ammette di volersi lasciare alle spalle la vendetta e di vincere lealmente.

Dopo il torneo, a seguito del ritorno del malvagio Grande Mago Piccolo , Tenshinhan si unisce a Goku nella lotta contro la nuova minaccia.

Insieme con il Maestro Muten e Jiaozi parte alla ricerca delle sfere del drago per anticipare Piccolo che brama anche lui le sfere. I due si affrontano nei quarti di finali, dove Tenshinhan surclassa nettamente il suo avversario, sconfiggendolo e intimando sia a lui sia all'Eremita della Gru di sparire per sempre.

Cinque anni dopo, Tenshinhan vive un'esistenza tranquilla con Jiaozi e Lunch , continuando comunque ad allenarsi. Dopo il vano sacrificio di Jiaozi, che si era fatto esplodere per uccidere Nappa, [30] Tenshinhan, scosso emotivamente per la perdita del suo migliore amico, scaglia un potente Kikoho per eliminare il Saiyan, prima di esalare l'ultimo respiro.

Nell'anime, Tenshinhan dimostra i suoi miglioramenti affrontando da solo e sconfiggendolo Jeeth e Butter della Squadra Ginew.

Gelo , ultimo superstite del Red Ribbon , intento a vendicarsi di Goku. In quest'occasione, dopo aver salvato Gohan, [44] viene sconfitto con un semplice calcio da Majin Bu [45] e muore, poco dopo, nell'esplosione della Terra causata dal mostro.

Qualche tempo dopo la sconfitta di Majin Bu, Tenshinhan viene invitato alla festa di compleanno di Bulma, dove si ritrova, a suo malgrado, a dover fronteggiare la minaccia del Dio della distruzione Beerus.

Un anno e mezzo dopo, Tenshinhan percepisce l'aura di Freezer, resuscitato con le sfere del drago, e si precipita sul luogo dell'atterraggio del tiranno spaziale.

Qui, insieme con Piccolo, Gohan, Crilin e il Maestro Muten nel film si aggiunge anche Jaco , affronta e sconfigge l'intero esercito di Freezer, [50] prima di essere a sua volta battuto da Ginew , trasferitosi nel corpo di Tagoma.

Partecipa, ma solo come spettatore, al torneo tra il Sesto e il Settimo Universo. Quest'ultimo, dopo essere stato messo alle strette, approfitta una distrazione del terrestre per gettarlo fuori dal ring.

Tenshinhan riesce comunque a pareggiare i conti, ordinando alle sue tre copie di Shi Shin No Ken di attaccare Hermira e di condurlo verso l'eliminazione.

Tenshinhan, insieme con l'amico Jiaozi, compare solo in tre occasioni, senza avere un ruolo parlato: prima sul pianeta Plant , poi alla festa alla Capsule Corporation per festeggiare la sconfitta di Baby , [58] e infine nell'ultimo episodio, quando scorge Goku allontanarsi in cielo con il drago Shenron.

Per tutta la serie indossa solo ed esclusivamente divise di arti marziali, dette Gi. Solitamente lo si vede combattere a petto nudo.

Contro i cyborg, invece, indossa una tunica verde che gli lascia scoperto il pettorale destro. Tenshinhan, nelle sue prime apparizioni, era un guerriero arrogante e spietato, intenzionato a seguire le orme del suo senpai Taobaibai e diventare un assassino professionista.

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Faekora says:

Darin ist etwas auch mir scheint es die gute Idee. Ich bin mit Ihnen einverstanden.

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