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* IntergenerationalFriendship: With Trunks.

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* %%* IntergenerationalFriendship: With Trunks.


* AnnoyingLaugh: Gets a ''very'' [[MostAnnoyingSound smarmy]] one in after he's done belittling Gohan's intelligence (or Goku's parenting in the English dub). Thankfully Chi-Chi quickly shuts him up.



* HateSink: With his constant badmouthing of Goku, as well as his whipping Gohan, literally ''every'' moment of his screen time seems devoted to making the audience want to cheer when Chi-Chi throws him out a window and then chases him off of their property. For some fans, her throwing him out [[RescuedFromTheScrappyHeap redeemed her entire character]].


* HereditaryHairstyle: Seems to me a common trait in the family.

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* HereditaryHairstyle: Seems to me be a common trait in the family.


* CanonForeigner: They are never directly stated to exist in neither the manga or ''Dragon Ball Minus'', being created by ''Z'' filler.

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* CanonForeigner: They are never directly stated to exist in neither either the manga or ''Dragon Ball Minus'', being created by ''Z'' filler.


* CanonImmigrant: Character created for the movies, he later debuts in the anime during the Garlic Jr. saga (an anime-only filler saga).

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* CanonImmigrant: Character CanonForeigner: He was created for the movies, he ''The Tree of Might'' and made subsequent appearances in ''Lord Slug'' and ''Cooler's Revenge'', all of which are {{Non Serial Movie}}s, and later debuts appeared in the anime during the Garlic Jr. saga (an anime-only filler saga).episodes.



* {{Expy}}: The producers of the ''Anime/TheTreeOfMight'' took inspiration from ''Taxi Dragon'' from ''Anime/DoctorSlump.''

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* {{Expy}}: The producers of the ''Anime/TheTreeOfMight'' took inspiration from ''Taxi Dragon'' from ''Anime/DoctorSlump.''Manga/DoctorSlump.''



* NonHumanSidekick: To Gohan in the movie and in Garlic-filler arc.

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* NonHumanSidekick: To Gohan in the movie and in Garlic-filler the Garlic Jr. filler arc.


A Japanese high school student from a more realistic Earth where the ''Dragon Ball'' series is fictional. After a potentially fatal accident, he is resurrected in the Dragon Ball world as Yamcha shortly before Goku starts his training with Master Roshi. Realizing Yamcha's fate throughout the series, the student seeks to make Yamcha a stronger fighter than Goku this time around.

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A Japanese high school student from a more realistic Earth where the ''Dragon Ball'' series is fictional. fictional, who appears in the SpinOff manga ''Manga/DragonBallThatTimeIGotReincarnatedAsYamcha''. After a potentially fatal accident, he is resurrected in the Dragon Ball ''Dragon Ball'' world as Yamcha shortly before Goku starts his training with Master Roshi. Realizing Yamcha's fate throughout the series, the student seeks to make Yamcha a stronger fighter than Goku this time around.



An elite student from the realistic Earth who was resurrected into the ''Dragon Ball'' world [[spoiler: as Chiaotzu]]. Despite his knowledge of the ''Dragon Ball'' series, Oushou would die and be resurrected again. Going mad due to this, he sought to take over the this world using the Dragon Balls.

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An elite student from the realistic Earth who was resurrected into the ''Dragon Ball'' world [[spoiler: as Chiaotzu]].Chiaotzu. Despite his knowledge of the ''Dragon Ball'' series, Oushou would die and be resurrected again. Going mad due to this, he sought to take over the this world using the Dragon Balls.



* AlternateSelf: Oushou is this to [[spoiler: Chiaotzu]], as he is stronger, more savvy thanks to his MediumAwareness and more is far less of a liability.
* CharacterDevelopment: After his resurrection, Oushu tried to work with the hand he was dealt and be a good guy. The problem was no matter what he did, he kept on dying to the point where he doesn’t remember how many times he was resurrected. When he first actually appears in the story, he’s frustrated and angry and decides to turn evil.
* ChekhovsSkill: Because he’s a ''Dragon Ball'' super fan, he can made his [[spoiler: Chiaotzu’s]] training more efficient than it was before. It only worked buts so well however as he kept on dying.

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* AlternateSelf: Oushou is this to [[spoiler: Chiaotzu]], Chiaotzu, as he is stronger, more savvy thanks to his MediumAwareness and more is far less of a liability.
* CharacterDevelopment: After his resurrection, Oushu tried to work with the hand he was dealt and be a good guy. The problem was no matter what he did, he kept on dying to the point where he doesn’t doesn't remember how many times he was resurrected. When he first actually appears in the story, he’s he's frustrated and angry and decides to turn evil.
* ChekhovsSkill: Because he’s he's a ''Dragon Ball'' super fan, he can made his [[spoiler: Chiaotzu’s]] his/Chiaotzu's training more efficient than it was before. It only worked buts so well however however, as he kept on dying.



* MediumAwareness: Like “Yamcha”, Oushou changes his character’s destiny with his knowledge about what happens in the series.
* IDontKnowMortalKombat: The student regularly got first place in events in ''Dragon Ball Dokkan Battle'' but as Chiaotzu has dies dozens of times.

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* MediumAwareness: Like “Yamcha”, "Yamcha", Oushou changes his character’s destiny with his knowledge about what happens in the series.
* IDontKnowMortalKombat: The student regularly got first place in events in ''Dragon Ball Dokkan Battle'' Battle'', but as Chiaotzu has dies dozens of times.



* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Started as good, showed up as evil and ended up good again [[spoiler: right before the end of Beerus and Champa’s resurrection game]].

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* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Started as good, showed up as evil and ended up good again [[spoiler: right [[spoiler:right before the end of Beerus and Champa’s resurrection game]].


Vegeta and Bulma's great-great-grandson, who made his first (and thus far only appearance, [[note]] though he has since appeared in the video game ''Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle''[[/note]]) in the final episode of ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' as Goku Jr.'s opponent in the World Martial Arts Tournament Junior Division.

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Vegeta and Bulma's great-great-grandson, who made his first (and thus far only appearance, only, [[note]] though he has since appeared in the video game ''Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle''[[/note]]) appearance in the final episode of ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' as Goku Jr.'s opponent in the World Martial Arts Tournament Junior Division.


* AchievementsInIgnorance: He managed to obtain the Super Saiyan form as a child with seemingly little effort, not even having clue he'd done something amazing.

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* AchievementsInIgnorance: He managed to obtain the Super Saiyan form as a child with seemingly little effort, not even having a clue he'd done something amazing.

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* AchievementsInIgnorance: He managed to obtain the Super Saiyan form as a child with seemingly little effort, not even having clue he'd done something amazing.


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* InnocentProdigy: He didn't even know what a Super Saiyan was when he transformed during his match with Goku Jr. at the tournament.


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In Characters who either only appear in filler, movies, and specials, in order of appearance.



[[folder: The Saiyans]]

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[[folder: The Yardrats]]
!! Yardrats (ヤードラット星人, ''Yādoratto-seijin'')

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!! Yardrats !!Yardrats (ヤードラット星人, ''Yādoratto-seijin'')



[[folder: The Tuffles]]
!! Tuffles (ツフル人, ''Tsufuru-jin'')

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!! Tuffles !!Tuffles (ツフル人, ''Tsufuru-jin'')



* TheFarmerAndTheViper: According to Dr.Raichi, the Tuffles tried to help the Saiyans but were instead exterminated by them. It should be noted, however, that this account isn't exactly backed up by what we see in flashbacks: while the Saiyans did make war on the Tuffles (and ultimately wiped them out), they were shown as living in primitive conditions prior to King Vegeta's war, implying that the Tuffles weren't quite as generous to the invaders as Lychee paints them as being.

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* TheFarmerAndTheViper: According to Dr. Raichi, the Tuffles tried to help the Saiyans but were instead exterminated by them. It should be noted, however, that this account isn't exactly backed up by what we see in flashbacks: while the Saiyans did make war on the Tuffles (and ultimately wiped them out), they were shown as living in primitive conditions prior to King Vegeta's war, implying that the Tuffles weren't quite as generous to the invaders as Lychee paints them as being.



[[folder: The Plants]]
!! Plants (プラント, ''Puranto-seijin'')

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!! Plants !!Plants (プラント, ''Puranto-seijin'')



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[[folder: Miguel]]

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[[folder: Arqua]][[folder:Arqua]]



!! Gure (グレ)

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!! Gure !!Gure (グレ)


* BullyingADragon: Even after Chi-Chi throws him out of her house, he continues to shout at her. This just results in Chi-Chi chasing him and yelling at him to never return.

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* WarriorPrince: Technically he's this since he is descended (however distantly) from Saiyan royalty, but it's unlikely he even knows it.


Vegeta and Bulma's great-great-grandson, who made his first (and thus far only appearance) in the final episode of ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' as Goku Jr.'s opponent in the World Martial Arts Tournament Junior Division.

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Vegeta and Bulma's great-great-grandson, who made his first (and thus far only appearance) appearance, [[note]] though he has since appeared in the video game ''Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle''[[/note]]) in the final episode of ''Anime/DragonBallGT'' as Goku Jr.'s opponent in the World Martial Arts Tournament Junior Division.

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* GodzillaThreshold: He realized there was no chance of him and South Supreme Kai beating Moro and they ''couldn't'' win, so he resorts to using a technique that sacrificed most of his godly power to seal Moro away. He outright admits the attack is too dangerous to teach anyone else and only uses it when he has no choice.


* AuthorityEqualsAssKicking: Zigzag. Although he was very powerful to the point of being able to hurt Majin Buu in some way and was the [[TopGod leader of the U7 Supreme Kais]], the strongest of them was South Supreme Kai.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: He was called peaceful and fun-loving by East Supreme Kai, and he had a breath attack that could chopped a person into pieces before blowing them up with a single blow.

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* AuthorityEqualsAssKicking: Zigzag. Although he was very powerful to the point of being able to hurt Majin Buu in some way and was the [[TopGod leader of the U7 Supreme Kais]], the strongest of them was South Supreme Kai.
Kai. Justified: he originally ''was'' far stronger than South Supreme Kai, but sacrificed most of his power to seal away Moro.
* BewareTheNiceOnes: He was called peaceful and fun-loving by East Supreme Kai, and he had a breath attack that could chopped a person into pieces before blowing them up with a single blow. He also fought and imprisoned [[PlanetEater Moro]] before that.



* HeroicSacrifice: It is speculated by East Supreme Kai that he allowed himself to be absorbed by Buu in an effort to give the unrepentant demon a MoralityChain. Although Buu was still violent and Bibidi easily manipulated him to do his bidding, his efforts ''did'' save the universe. Buu became far more tamed, not as powerful as before, and later redeemed by Mr. Satan.

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* HeroicSacrifice: HeroicSacrifice:
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It is speculated by East Supreme Kai that he allowed himself to be absorbed by Buu in an effort to give the unrepentant demon a MoralityChain. Although Buu was still violent and Bibidi easily manipulated him to do his bidding, his efforts ''did'' save the universe. Buu became far more tamed, not as powerful as before, and later redeemed by Mr. Satan.Satan.
** He did so far earlier in the battle with [[PlanetEater Moro]]: he and South Supreme Kai were struggling to ''survive'' against Moro, so he ultimately permanently sacrifices most of his power to seal Moro away.



* PhysicalGod: Not only was he a Supreme Kai, but he was the [[TopGod head god of all of them in U7]] and the second strongest after South Supreme Kai. With a single breath attack, he managed to chopped Buff Buu into pieces and blow him up.

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* PhysicalGod: Not only was he a Supreme Kai, but he was the [[TopGod head god of all of them in U7]] and the second strongest after South Supreme Kai. With a single breath attack, he managed to chopped Buff Buu into pieces and blow him up. He used to be ''much'' stronger, but permanently sacrificed most of his power to seal Moro away.



* SmallRoleBigImpact: He's the reason why Fat Buu exists. Without him, Buu would've remained the powerful Buff Buu, giving the Z-Fighters almost no chance of surviving once he's revived on Earth.[[note]]Going by the {{Filler}} which depicts South Supreme Kai as a match for Kid Buu, Buff Buu would about twice as strong as Super Saiyan 3 Goku, their most powerful fighter at the time of Buu's revival. Base Super Buu is implied to be slightly weaker than Buff Buu and Goku outright admitted that he would stand no chance against base Super Buu in a fight.[[/note]] It is through his goodness that Fat Buu is able to accept Mr. Satan as a friend and changes into a good person.

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* SmallRoleBigImpact: He's the reason why Fat Buu exists. Without him, Buu would've remained the powerful Buff Buu, giving the Z-Fighters almost no chance of surviving once he's revived on Earth.[[note]]Going by the {{Filler}} which depicts South Supreme Kai as a match for Kid Buu, Buff Buu would about twice as strong as Super Saiyan 3 Goku, their most powerful fighter at the time of Buu's revival. Base Super Buu is implied to be slightly weaker than Buff Buu and Goku outright admitted that he would stand no chance against base Super Buu in a fight.[[/note]] It is through his goodness that Fat Buu is able to accept Mr. Satan as a friend and changes into a good person. He's also the one who originally sealed Moro away.



* TopGod: He was the leader of the Supreme Kais in Universe 7, although he wasn't the strongest. That title goes to South Supreme Kai.

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* TopGod: He was the leader of the Supreme Kais in Universe 7, although he wasn't the strongest. That title goes to South Supreme Kai. He ''used'' to be the strongest and much stronger, but he sacrificed most of his divine power to seal away the immensely powerful PlanetEater Moro.
* WorfHadTheFlu: He could've beaten Buu, likely easily, had he not sacrificed most of his power to seal Moro (a threat even greater than Buu and capable of delivering a CurbstompBattle to both him and South Supreme Kai ''at the same time'') away much earlier.



* TheAce: He was far and away the strongest Supreme Kai seen in the series until [[spoiler:Zamasu stole Goku's body and later fused with an alternate version of himself using the Potara earrings]]. He was the only one able to hurt Kid Buu, who easily killed West and North Supreme Kai. In comparison, only Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Ultimate Gohan, and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks managed the same feat.

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* TheAce: He was far and away the strongest Supreme Kai seen in the series until [[spoiler:Zamasu stole Goku's body and later fused with an alternate version of himself using the Potara earrings]]. He was the only one able to hurt Kid Buu, who easily killed West and North Supreme Kai.Kai, and only lost when absorbed by surprise. In comparison, only Super Saiyan 3 Goku, Ultimate Gohan, and Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks managed the same feat. He's also the only Supreme Kai shown who stood with the Grand Supreme Kai against Moro.



* PhysicalGod: The mightiest Supreme Kai seen in the series until the introduction of Zamasu. He was able to fight and hurt Kid Buu, making his power rival Super Saiyan 3 Goku from the Buu Saga.

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* PhysicalGod: The mightiest Supreme Kai seen in the series until the introduction of Zamasu.Zamasu (though the Grand Supreme Kai was stronger originally before sacrificing most of his power to seal away Moro). He was able to fight and hurt Kid Buu, making his power rival Super Saiyan 3 Goku from the Buu Saga.



* TopGod: He was a Supreme Kai who oversaw the southern quadrant and the strongest of them all in Universe 7.

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* TopGod: He was a Supreme Kai who oversaw the southern quadrant and the strongest of them all in Universe 7.7 after the Grand Supreme Kai sacrificed most of his power to defeat Moro.

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