Character subpage for the Universe 6 characters.
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Universe 6 (第6宇宙, Dai roku Uchū) / The Universe of Challengers (挑戦の宇宙, Chōsen no Uchū)
Universe 6 is the twin universe of Universe 7, being the home of alternate counterparts to the Saiyans and Frieza's race, with them being more heroic than their counterparts. The Saiyans are a race of heroes, and the universe emperor, Frost, is a noble hero beloved by many of its residents. It is also known as The Universe of Challengers.
This universe is under the supervision of the God of Destruction Champa, who appropriately enough, is Beerus' twin brother.
On the multiverse scale, Universe 6 ranked 10th in mortal level quality, being the third worst.note In the anime, they had the second-most eliminations in the tournament, with Universe 7 being #1. In the manga, they scored the most eliminations by a very long shot.
This universe provides the following tropes:
- Cessation of Existence: The fourth universe to be erased, as of episode 118. It's undone in episode 131.
- Death by Irony: Out of all the Universes eliminated from the Tournament of Power, Universe 6 may be the most ironic way of getting erased. The universe was the last universe to lose their first fighter, which was in the same episode that Universe 10 got erased. After Frost's defeat and erasure, the numbers kept dropping like flies, with them getting eliminated at the exact same moment as Universe 2. To cap it off, most of their fighters in the Tournament of Power are eliminated by fighters from Universe 7, their counterpart universe, the only exception being Hit, who was eliminated by Jiren from Universe 11.
- Earth Is the Center of the Universe: Completely averted. Earth was rendered lifeless by pointless wars between humans. It was returned to life thanks to Super Shenron.
- Face Death with Dignity: When they're erased, Fuwa handles it well, with Hit remaining fully composed, Cabba bidding Vegeta good luck and Caulifla and Kale engaging in a playful 'attack' on the Namekians who accept their fate as well. Even Champa remains fully composed, giving his brother a final playfully rude gesture in a way that seems oddly affectionate for him.
- Fatal Flaw: In the Tournament of Power, despite being the last universe to lose a fighter in the Tournament of Power, they also lost fighters at an extraordinarily fast rate, especially after Frost/Magetta. The big reason to this was overconfidence.
- Botamo was confident that he was unbeatable with Magetta, which quickly got offed by Kale. Then when he was up against Gohan, he didn't expect Gohan to fire out a Kamehameha from underneath and blast him out so easily.
- Dr. Rota was confident in his "abilities" that he made a huge speech about it, leaving himself open to Hermila/Prum and Vegeta. We didn't even see such skills due to it.
- Magetta was confident blocking out his weaknesses to insults through covering his ears (first through Botamo and second through rocks) that he didn't expect someone to blast rocks and insult him, incapacitating him.
- Frost was overconfident that Frieza was betraying Universe 7, that he couldn't see that it was an act to trick him. It pissed him enough to try to attack him after getting taken out, causing him an early erasure from the Tournament of Power.
- Hit was confident that he could hold Jiren in a time cage for 25 minutes. Even if Hit was able to hold Jiren in successfully, he'd be left open to other foes, like Dyspo.
- Cabba stood out from the team, only after Frieza torturing him after defeating Monna.
- Caulifla was extremely overconfident in her abilities, feeling that she was more powerful than the other Saiyans from Universe 7. She even underestimated the Pride Troopers thinking they were "wimps".
- Kale wasn't confident in her abilities until she became a Super Saiyan, and Kale's Berserker Form was extremely careless.
- Kefla had Caulifla's overconfidence, so the newfound power made her consider herself the most powerful being in the multiverse. Considering that Ultra Instinct Goku defeated her, it could mean that someone like Jiren could've taken her out easily as well.
- The Namekians from Universe 6 seem to be confident that they can take out all of Universe 7's fighters after they are the remaining two fighters left from their universe. They intentionally stayed in the shadows to fully synchronize their fusions, but because of this they were unable to help their teammates until the burden of winning was left solely to them. Finally, despite their teamwork with each other and quite literally their planet Namek, underestimating Piccolo, a fellow Namekian, proved their downfall.
- The Friends Who Never Hang: The original five members of the Universe 6 team are shown to be really cooperative when it comes to fighting, but are never shown to be friends. Justified, as is implied they first met during the Universe 7 vs. Universe 6 Tournament. While Botamo and Magetta are Those Two Guys, Cabba and Hit never really interact with them or each other. Frost, ironically, is the one who interacts with everyone sans Botamo.
- The Gods Must Be Lazy: The gods of Universe 6 somehow manage to take this trope further, because both the God of Destruction and Supreme Kai are lazy. Despite this, however, they are shown to be better than Universe 7 and 9 gods, but not by much.
- Good Counterpart: Universe 6 Saiyan are not a race of Space Pirates who commit genocide for fun, but a race of heroic mercenaries who fight for justice. The Emperor of the Universe, Frost, is also not an evil bastard like Frieza. Except he is, but in a different way: Frost is A Wolf in Sheep's Clothing Villain with Good Publicity, while Frieza is a Card-Carrying Villain.
- Hard Work Hardly Works: Barring Universe 3, Universe 6 clearly put the most amount of effort in preparation in the tournament. They deliberately designed tactics around countering their weaknesses such as pairing Botamo and Magetta together, and planned for a potara fusion as their trump card. They brought a criminalized Frost back by acknowledging his slipperiness and cunning, and even their Namekians were worked around a survival strategy by avoiding fights until the very end where their fusion powers could stabilize. Despite all this, they still were the 4th Universe to go out, and most of their members were eliminated by Universe 7.
- Humongous Mecha: The Metalmen, a race of giant robot-like beings. According to the Supreme Kai, they should also exist in Universe 7.
- Mirror Universe: Universe 6 is a twin Universe, where things went a little off: In the 6th Universe, the Saiyans are a peaceful race of selfless heroes, who stopped having tails long ago and never heard of the Super Saiyan transformation, while Freeza's counterpart is a planet-trading pirate, except that he puts on a friendly face to the public and is known as a great hero. On the other hand, 6th Universe humanity was apparently so warlike that they annihilated Earth long ago. Its God of Destruction, Champa, is a vulgar brute with an even shorter-temper than his jovial-and-polite twin brother Beerus, but just like him is pampered/mothered/kept-in-check by his more mature and powerful Butler/Minder Angel, whom in this case is Whis' big sister Vados, whom essentially is a Gender Flipped version of Whis.
- Trauma Conga Line: U6 started out being one of the strongest of the tournament and it was the last universe who lost its first warrior. After that, they remained U7 equals, with U6 losing Magetta and Dr Rota and U7 losing Tien and Master Roshi in the same episodes. Later, Frieza ringed Frost out and that marked the point where U6 started to lose fighters like flies, with Jiren eliminating its best warrior and one of the best tournament fighters, Hit. A few episodes later, Frieza eliminates Cabba, leaving only Caulifla, Kale and the Namekians in the ring. The two Saiyan girls decide to fuse and form an extremely powerful fighter...who is defeated by Ultra Instinct Goku. Finally, Saonel and Pirina are defeated by Piccolo and Gohan, bringing about the end of Universe 6.
- Two Girls to a Team: Caulifla and Kale are the only female members of Team U6 in the Tournament of Power.
- Underestimating Badassery: Though Universe 6 undeniably has some very strong fighters, in the Tournament of Power, many of them so far have been eliminated in part due to underestimating whoever they are fighting. Botamo was eliminated by Gohan when he thought Gohan's punches were useless, Frost underestimated both Roshi's deterimination and Freeza's cunning, Cabba really badly underestimated Freeza's strength, Kefla underestimated just how strong Ultra Instinct Goku was, and Saonel and Pirina underestimed Gohan and Piccolo's own teamwork. Even Hit to some degree underestimated just how strong Jiren is when he thought he could hold him still for the rest of the Tournament of Power. As a result of this hubris, Universe 6 is the fourth universe to be erased.
Champa (シャンパ, Shanpa)
Beerus' twin brother and the God of Destruction of the Sixth Universe. He seeks the seven Super Dragon Balls for an unknown purpose.
- The Ace: A requirement to be appointed the God of Destruction. He officially holds the title as the strongest in Universe 6 and is Beerus' equal, although he could be little weaker given his girth. Even so, he could still destroy the universe if he desired so.
- Acrofatic: During his fight against Beerus in the baseball filler episode, he demonstrates surprising flexibility with high kicks and incredibly fast blows that tear the stadium apart. Of course, it makes perfect sense since he is a God of Destruction.
- Adaptational Jerkass: He is much more of a Jerkass God in the Super manga compared to the anime. He is also generally more polite to Goku and Vegeta in the anime. Episode 34 shows that he's pissed when someone as evil as Frost is fighting on his team after his true personality is revealed, despite his instructions to Vados to search for the strongest warriors in Universe 6 (not the strongest warriors with moral compasses), and was about to wipe him out until Vegeta intervened.
- Adaptational Nice Guy: In the anime, he planned on killing all of the Universe 6 fighters for losing and disgracing his universe. In the manga, he's only angry with Hit (and it's unknown if he even planned on killing him) and it's because Hit threw the match on purpose against Monaka.
- Anything You Can Do, I Can Do Better: Pretty much his main motivation when it comes to Beerus. He wants to prove he's better than him.
- Ax-Crazy: It takes a fair degree of pushing his buttons to bring it out, but he also starts sharing his brother's psychosis when his team loses. He was about to kill his entire team in a rage until Zeno shows up.
- Arch-Enemy: Champa and Beerus view each other as this, although in a somewhat friendly way since any real fighting between them can destroy their universes. Beerus also does care for his brother since he restores U6's Earth and advances the civilization to U7's Earth's standards so Champa can eat the food there.
- In reality it's more of a Sitcom Arch-Nemesis relationship and their last interaction before Zeno erases him is one of the most depressing points in Super.
- Arc Villain: The saga encompassing the tournament against U6 and U7 is called the Champa Saga, as the tournament was his idea. Although, Champa is never fought directly by anyone but Beerus, and that was only for a few seconds before Whis and Vados stopped them.
- Aw, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: Zig-zagged a bit. In episode 118, just before Universe 6 is erased, Champa seems like he's going to say goodbye to his brother Beerus, instead, he makes the akanbe gesture at him. You'd think this was subverting it, but given Champa, it's played as a last show of affection. Beerus is visibly distressed from losing him.
- Badass Baritone: Played With. His Latin American voice actor has a deep voice, and Champa does have the menacing tone when being serious, but most of the time, he sounds too goofy to be taken seriously, which is the point.
- Becoming the Mask: Initially, he only participated in a baseball match with Beerus because he intends to steal Earth's food there, but over time his gets more and more enamored into the match due to his desire to defeat his brother to the point that after the match, he trains his team to become better at baseball in hopes to win in the rematch, completely forgetting why he even played it in the first place. Vados even lampshades this fact.
- Beware the Silly Ones: Is fat to the point he tires out from walking too far and has many silly traits like his brother. At the same time, he is Beerus' equal and a fight between the two could potentially obliterate both universes. Episode 40 shows that he doesn't care about his own teammates and was going to murder all of them for losing; even Hit was freaked out.
- The Tournament of Power shows that, when threatened enough, he can be a terrifying planner: while the plan to deploy Hit and his nine brothers is Played For Laugh and fails because Hit does't have brothers, his first idea was to verify if his universe' strongest assassin had nine equals; in the Tournament proper he calls in Frost fully knowing how he actually is because he knows his true colors and that he can be of help, leading to the near elimination of Vegeta, sends Cabba to recruit more Saiyan and calls in two Namekians who fused with all the other Namekian warriors to become more powerful, plans for Hit's possible elimination by giving Potara earrings to Caulifla and Kale, also dealing with Kale's issues in Berserker form, and when things start to go bad and sees a glimpse of Jiren's true power instructs his warriors to eliminate all weak fighters and avoid Jiren at all costs so they'll end up winning by having more fighters when the time is up.
- Big Eater: He loves to eat as much as Beerus and wants the Earth so he can eat the food there. Unlike the other big eaters in the series, Champa's eating habit shows in his weight.
- Blue and Orange Morality: Being Beerus' twin brother and a God of Destruction, he also has an odd moral code. Overall, he treat mortals decently like sharing food with Goku and Vegeta, and felt sorry for Frost when he heard that he entered the tournament between U6 and U7 to gain his support for his charity organization. At the same time, he's extremely petty and a Sore Loser. He's willing to murder his entire team for losing to U7 during the tournament and sees his team as nothing but pawns in the game of the gods.
- Brilliant, but Lazy: He is around the same power level as Beerus, but he is so lazy that he won't even destroy his own planets.
- Butt-Monkey: Of all the all-powerful characters, he gets the least respect despite being a God of Destruction. Nothing seems to be going his way in the tournament, either: Vegeta alone defeated three of his five fighters and the two wins Frost did get for him turn out to be illegitimate (although Piccolo was still taking out of the tournament since Vegeta forces him to forfeit so he can fight Frost). However, he is more than confident that Hit alone can win him the entire tournament and isn't all that worried. He is right to be confident given that Hit takes down Vegeta without taking a single blow and Beerus is pushed to using his last good fighter since Monaka isn't strong at all and is only there as a Motivational Lie.
- Can't Live Without You: His life is tied with the Supreme Kais of Universe 6, similar to how Beerus's life is tied with the Supreme Kai of Universe 7.
- Cat Folk: Just like Beerus, he resembles a humanoid hairless cat, namely the Cornish Rex breed.
- Cats Are Mean: He is very much like his brother, except lazier.
- Character Development: During the Universe 6 vs. Universe 7 Tournament, Champa threatened to wipe out Hit and his team for not beating Beerus' team. By the time of the Tournament of Power, when Hit is eliminated by Jiren (and after giving a great performance), Champa only tells Hit "Good job out there. Your defeat won't be in vain". Likewise, when Cabba is eliminated by Frieza in the next episode, he doesn't get mad at him and directs his ire at Frieza for attacking Cabba while he was exhausted.
- Contrasting Sequel Antagonist: Surprisingly, despite literally being twins with one of the previous arc villains, hes notably different from previous Dragon Ball villains in a number of ways. For example:
- He's the first arc antagonist who has a lower stakes than world devastation since the Red Ribbon Army showed up.
- He doesn't fight, nor want to fight, Goku, something that hasn't happened since the original series.
- He's actually of a lower to, or equal to, threat level than a previous villain. Similarly to the first one, while he might be stronger than Freeza he is probably weaker than Beerus. However thanks to simply wanting to move the Earth to another dimension, he's less threatening than Freeza and all the Z villains and most of the original series villains.
- He's the first Arc villain who isn't an Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy again since the Red Ribbon Army arc. While Champa is a multiverse class fighter, being a God of Destruction, he has no particular need to prove anything in terms of martial arts skills. While he does briefly spar with Beerus, Vados and Whis put a stop to it quickly.
- He is the only arc villain so far that isn't (primarily) threatening because of either a raw power or his ability to command underlings. He does have both, but he starts the Champa saga more because of his position in the multiverse than anything else.
- Cosmic Entity: Like his brother, he is a God of Destruction who could destroy the entire universe if he desired it. He is also not too concerned about the lives of mortals, given how he destroyed countless planets while searching for the Super Dragon Balls.
- Defiant to the End: He makes a mocking face towards Beerus as he's being erased.
- Destroyer Deity: Just like his brother, he is the God of Destruction who destroys planets for the sake of cosmic balance on Universe 6. That said, however, he has shown to be lazier than Beerus, letting his assistant do the work, much to her annoyance.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Shows up much earlier in the manga adaptation of Super than in the anime; while the Battle of Gods arc was going on.
- Edible Theme Naming: Champagne. Yet another thing to establish him as a counterpart to Beerus.
- Everyone Has Standards:
- Zigzagged with Frost. When Vados explains she scouted Frost by promising him Champa's assistance if he wins the tournament, Champa can't help but feel bad for the poor guy knowing he has little chance of defeating all other tournament fighters, and is pretty upset to be told by Vados that he won't be supporting Frost if he loses. He also isn't happy to learn that Frost is a planet broker who cheated through his fights by poisoning his opponent. He was ready to kill Frost on the spot and didn't want the forfeit to be overturned when Vegeta wanted to fight Frost, not caring if it meant a loss for his team. He only changes his mind after Vados reminds him of his rivalry against Beerus, after which he's willing to turn a blind eye and even support Frost if he wins the tournament for him, although when Frost loses he doesn't really care (in contrast to his reactions when the other team loses) and he seemingly kicked him out of the team after this incident, as he does not participate in a baseball match afterwards.
- He's also upset when he finds out Vados offered Hit the universe-jumping travel cube if he won the tournament, even seeming unnerved by the idea of a legendary hitman and assassin possessing that. While he doesn't call off the deal due to Hit being the sole remaining member of his team and last chance to win by then, he's at least got the standards not to overlook the consequences of that action.
- Evil Counterpart: Played With. He is more boorish than Beerus, but he isn't really more evil. In fact, he comes off as fairly polite and treats Goku and Vegeta with a degree of respect while Beerus treated them like dirt when he first met them. He also doesn't show Beerus' habit of blowing up planets for petty reasons and doesn't have any of his twin's Berserk Buttons. The planets he does destroy are because he's searching for the Super Dragon Balls. And the fact that he tries to destroy Frost after learning his true identity shows that he has standards, even if it's just not to embarrass him with poor sportsmanship.
- Evil Is Petty: His motivation is at the end of it all simply to show up his brother and eat a lot of food. Champa was going to destroy his team for "dragging his name through the mud" as a result of losing the tournament.
- Evil Twin: More like Beerus' more blunt twin since he is no more evil than Beerus unless you count the manga's Adaptational Villainy.
- Evil Laugh: Gives one as he prepares to kill his entire team.
- Eyelid Pull Taunt: Does this to Universe 7 before the start of the Tournament of Power. It's also the last thing he does to Beerus before he's erased.
- Face Death with Dignity: For all his cowardice and bad attitude and sheer panic at the thought of being erased? When he realizes the jig is up and there's no avoiding his fate, he gives a last eyelid pull taunt to Beerus in an almost playful manner instead of freaking out as a way of saying goodbye to his brother.
- Doubles as Go Out with a Smile.
- Famous Last Words: "Hey Bro!" Followed by a last eyelid pull taunt to Beerus moments before getting erased by Zeno due to his universe losing the Tournament of Power.
- Fat and Skinny: He is the fat to Beerus' skinny.
- Fat Bastard: To contrast Beerus being Lean and Mean.
- Vegeta Say doesn't he kind of look like Lord Beerus?Goku Yah like if Lord Beerus ate another Lord Beerus.
- Friendly Enemy: Despite being at odds with Goku and his friends since they side with Beerus, he is actually quite nice to them and even shares food with Goku and Vegeta. When Goku loses to Frost, he mostly demeans and mocks Beerus, not Goku who he compliments as Beerus' ace.
- Greater-Scope Villain: In the Super manga Champa is portrayed as this. While Beerus causes chaos on Earth during the Battle of Gods Saga, Champa is flying around with Vados searching for the Super Dragon Balls, and giving grief to Old Kai and the Supreme Kai who don't know what he wants.
- Hot-Blooded: He is even more short-tempered than Beerus and is always willing to fight him for petty reasons. That said, he rarely takes his anger out on other people or planets, unlike Beerus. Subverted in Episode 40; Champa was going to destroy his team and nothing they said could calm him down.
- Inexplicably Awesome: Like his twin brother, he is a god among gods and nothing is really known about him. He could have been mortal at one point since Whis and Beerus have hinted several times that mortals like Goku and Vegeta can become the new Gods of Destruction. This is further supported by the appearance of Dypso in the Tournament of Power arc, as he appears to be of the same race of both Beerus and Champa but is definitely a Mortal, proving that others like Beerus and Champa exist elsewhere in the universes.
- It's All About Me: Champa doesn't give a lick about teamwork or honor, ultimately this tournament is just a way to vent his Sibling Rivalry with Beerus since fighting him personally would destroy both of their universes. He even outright admits that his team are nothing but pawns in his own game.
- Jerkass: Unlike Beerus, who even has moments of civility and compassion at his worst, Champa can be prick, since he wants to show up his brother. At the same time, Champa doesn't have anywhere near as many Jerkass moments compared to Beerus. His manga counterpart is another story.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: While less apparent in the manga, he's much more humane with his temper despite being more volatile and much more Hot-Blooded than Beerus, doesn't take it to Ax-Crazy omnicidal mania and is positively disgusted by Frost's true colours.
- Know When to Fold 'Em: Whenever the Second Time Patroller fights him in Xenoverse 2's Parallel Quests, Champa will bail out of the fight after losing enough health. He'll occasionally even admit he's impressed that the Time Patroller as the nerve to stand up to him and the power to back it up.
- Laughably Evil: He's really funny when he's eating good food, and his reaction to Vados's creation of tournament field is one too. In anime, he's simply moody so far, not evil.
- Lazy Bum: Tries to get Vados to do the work for him whenever he can, as by his own admission he's too lazy to do it himself. This comes back to bite him during the Universal Tournament. He was so lazy that he didn't bother to pick his own fighters, having Vados to do the work. So, he actually has no idea how powerful his own team is or what their abilities are, like him not knowing Cabba can't transform into a Super Saiyan like Goku. He also had no clue that Frost was a planet broker who only pretended to be a hero so he could buy planets on the cheap before selling them. When he yells at Vados for bringing someone like Frost, she says that he only ordered her to bring him the strongest fighters in the universe, not the strongest moral fighters in the universe who were also good people.
- Make Me Wanna Shout: Shows this ability when trying to get his brother's attention, yelling loud enough the force of it almost knocks Beerus back and Goku and Vegeta think it was an attack by Beerus.
- It's even a special attack he has in Xenoverse 2.
- Manchild: He is extremely childish. He holds petty contests against Beerus like who can bring the best food and is quite temperamental when he doesn't get his way. When Goku wins against his fighter during the first round of the Universal Tournament, he literally has a temper tantrum, accusing Goku of cheating by hiding his strength and using an energy attack before rolling on the floor crying. All that being said, Champa hasn't shown to be a Psychopathic Manchild like his brother, Beerus. He doesn't destroy planets for petty reasons (the ones he did destroys were during his search for the Super Dragon Balls), have nowhere near as many Berserk Buttons as Beerus, shows sympathy for others like him wanting to help Frost even if he didn't win at the tournament after hearing why he's fighting for him, and was somewhat polite to Goku and Vegeta when he meets them, while Beerus treated them like dirt (and still does to an extent).
- Mysterious Past: Like his brother, nothing is known about his past. By statements made by Zeno, he wasn't born a god, but appointed to the position.
- Never My Fault: Is quick to blame others (usually Vados or Beerus) for situations that result from his own lack of foresight. Vados likes to call him out on this.
- No Badass to His Valet: He may be a God of Destruction capable of destroying the universe, but that doesn't stop Vados from snarking about him being overweight and lazy.
- Obsessed with Food: Must be a family trait. The entire Universe 6 vs. Universe 7 tournament is about Champa wanting to move the Earth to his universe so he can eat there.
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Both Beerus and him are terrified of Zeno and immediately humble themselves in his presence. This is saying a lot since they're both Jerkass Gods with huge egos.
- Person of Mass Destruction: Like his brother, he's ungodly strong. If he and his brother ever fought, they'd destroy both universes. Just the two of them trading a couple of punches forms a Sphere of Destruction that reduces a good portion of the room they're in to ash without one energy attack being used.
- Pet the Dog: After Hit is knocked out of the Tournament of Power by Jiren Champa actually congratulates him on the splendid fight he gave and notes that his sacrifice likely inspired the rest of his team to do their best for the remainder of the Tournament.
- Physical God: The God of Destruction of Universe 6, and thus Beerus' equal in rank and approximate match in power. Vados jokes that he's weaker than Beerus since he's so out of shape, but that's still compared to Beerus, which puts him in a completely different league than nearly anyone else.
- Pragmatic Villainy: He goes back on his death threat and decides to spare his team after Zeno shows up not because he realized he was being selfish and unreasonable, but to keep them around to represent him in the multiverse tournament Zeno has planned some time in the future.
- Purple Is Powerful: His hue of purple is more of a red-violet than Beerus' blue-violet
- Red Oni, Blue Oni: The Red to Beerus' blue. But this seems to apply more to their Sibling Rivalry than anything else, as Beerus will go indiscriminately Ax-Crazy on an entire species if one member of it even so much as annoys him, while Champa, despite having maybe a vicious temper as well, doesn't turn into an Omnicidal Maniac upon being slighted and instead focuses his anger on the person who did it. He's also quick to forgive, unlike his brother who will annihilate Earth if they don't pay tribute to him, and holds even the most petty of slights as full-blown grudges.
- Sibling Rivalry: It's quite clear that Beerus and Champa have this sort of thing going on between themselves. Beerus even states that the entire tournament isn't really about the Super Dragon Balls or the Earth, but two gods finding an excuse to fight. They just can't do it directly between themselves or it'll destroy their universes in the process. During the tournament he is willing to overlook and even support Frost after finding out that he's evil if he can beat the last two members of Beerus' team, after he wanting to kill Frost for disgracing his universe. His rivalry with Beerus is so strong that he's actually willing to overlook his own standards.
- Smug Smiler: The first image of him has him mugging full force.
- The Sociopath: From what we've seen of Champa, he seems to be the same high-functional sociopath as Beerus, although his impulse issues are not nearly as bad. He care for little outside his own wants, thinks his team are nothing but pawns to the gods, and treats Vados even worse than Beerus treats Whis. He was also ready to kill his entire team for the shame of losing to U7 and he did this all while gloating with an Evil Laugh. However, much like Beerus, being a sociopath doesn't make him necessarily evil, but gives him a complicated moral code since he does show some level of care when he hears that Frost is fighting to help children, and he's disturbed and angry when he learns that Frost is really an underground planet broker. But he then turns around and promises to support Frost if he defeats Vegeta, since he really wants to beat Beerus during the tournament, although he doesn't care when Frost loses.
- Sore Loser: Does not take defeat well at all. When Botamo ends up losing in the first round he whines that it wasn't fair because Goku used energy projectiles in the match. Pretty much everyone from Beerus, the referee and even his own assistant, Vados, calls him out on his behavior and that Goku's victory was within the rules. He then rolls around crying for several seconds before Vados calms him down. Taken to the extreme in Episode 40 where instead of accepting his loss in the tournament, he decides to murder his entire team.
- Stout Strength: Despite his low stamina and laziness, he's the God of Destruction of Universe 6 for a reason. For instance, he's able to fight his brother and fellow God of Destruction Beerus to a standstill. One of their clashes even threatened to destroy both of their universes!
- Top God: He is the God of Destruction for Universe 6, making him the strongest being in his universe outside of Vados.
- Took a Level in Kindness: Although still a bit of a Jerkass, he's softened up by the time the Tournament of Power rolls around, being more accepting of his fighters getting eliminated despite the much higher stakes involved. He's still freaking out about it, but he doesn't lash out against them.
- Vocal Evolution: His voice actors from Japan, Funimation, and Latin America have something in common: Champa sounded more serious in his first appearance, but once his first encounter with Beerus happens, he started to sound more whiny and silly.
- The Unfought: Despite the Tournament Arc being called the Champa Saga, he never fights the heroes. This is mostly because he has no personal dislike towards Goku and the others, and he's so far above them that he can easily defeat them, much like Beerus in the Battle of Gods Saga.
- Ungrateful Bastard: Beerus wished Earth back for Champa's universe for seemingly no reason aside from hidden kindness, which Champa acknowledges and states that he owes Beerus one. Yet despite this, by the Tournament of Power, he doesn't hesitate to have his brother's universe erased just so he can beat his rival.
- Unwitting Instigator of Doom: Whilst every character talks about the fact that Goku was the one who went to Zeno and reminded him about the multiverse tournament in which eight universes must fight to escape deletion, it's actually Champa that's to thank for starting the entire ruckus. He was the one who approached Beerus with the idea of a team tournament between the universes. Not only was this Goku's first encounter with beings not of the Seventh Universe, the tournament would draw the interest of Zeno so much that it gave the Omni-King the idea for the Tournament of Power in the first place. Of course, when you add the other little detail that Zeno was going to erase all eight universes anyway and the tournament actually gave them each a fighting chance, it changes the game a bit so that this fat cat, much like as noted with Goku, is actually the winning universe's Accidental Hero with this one.
- Unknown Rival: Downplayed as Beerus acknowledges his rivalry with Champa but is otherwise apathetic about it. Champa on the other hand, takes the rivalry much more seriously to the point that based on the conflicts we see this far between them, he is always the one who started it first, from food fighting, to the tournament, even the baseball match.
- Villainy-Free Villain: With the exception of threatening to kill his fighters when they lose the tournaments, which only happened in the anime, he's largely this during the U6 tournament. He's a unlikable prick for the most part, but he's only the antagonist in so much as he represents the other side of a tournament that Goku and Vegeta actively wanted.
Vados (ヴァドス, Vadosu)
Whis's sister. She is the attendant to her god the same way Whis is to Beerus.
As an angel and possibly stronger than Whis, she was quite likely Dragon Ball's most powerful character at the time of her introduction and would remain so until Zeno showed up. She still remains one of the strongest females to date by far, considering Whis' Hypercompetent Sidekick status and that Champa seems to be "Beerus, but worse".
- Ambiguously Evil: Or at least affably amoral. Unlike her brother, Whis, who is a Nice Guy, she doesn't mind including sociopathic Villain with Good Publicity Frost, offering him Champa's help if he wins. She also promises Hit, Universe 6's best hitman, the Cube - the gods' transport of travelling between universes. Both events can have really bad consequences.
- Action Girl: As an angel, she is among the strongest characters in all of Dragon Ball, but she doesn't get involved in fights due to the angels having the role of observers. However, she is playable in video games like Xenoverse 2, where she plays just as silly as her brother, Whis.
- Adaptational Jerkass: She is more of a jerk in the manga. The most stand out example being the birthday cake incident where she set up Beerus and Champa to fight, which lead to several planets being destroyed. This incident never happened in the anime and she is actually quite civil and polite.
- Almighty Janitor: She is Champa's assistant and holds no rank of any real importance that we know of. Considering her job is to babysit Champa like Whis does with Beerus, she is also likely one of the strongest characters in the series. One of her feats, she manages to fly at full speed while carrying six Super Dragon Balls that are bigger than the Earth. Vados claims to be stronger than Whis, but Whis disagrees by saying that it's been 1000 years since they last fought each other so things could've changed since then.
- Blue and Orange Morality: Like with Beerus and Whis, Vados is shown to be quite morally gray as a character. She clearly enjoys the sight of a planet destroyed by her own hand, and was responsible for countless deaths by making Champa and Beerus fight over a silly reason. At the same time, the series never treats her as a villain, but just as someone doing her job despite how rude she may seem, and has moments where she is clearly shown to care about Champa.
- Can't Live Without You: Her life is tied to Champa's. If he were to die, she would cease to function until a replacement is selected.
- Cloudcuckoolander's Minder: Her job, like Whis, is to keep Champa from getting into trouble and doing too much damage. She isn't as strict as Whis, however, and lets Champa do what he wants as long as he doesn't fight Beerus.
- Combo Platter Powers: She's an Almighty Janitor who is stronger than Champa by a large margin and may be stronger than Whis. She's also a Reality Warper who can create nearly unbreakable shields, create her own atmospheres, hold items in a Pocket Dimension, find almost anyone or anything in the universe using her staff, heal wounds, and can travel faster than the speed of light with ease.
- Cosmic Entity: Although technically not a god, she is more powerful than Champa and have reality warping powers. She also not too concerned about the lives of mortals. It is later revealed that she's an angel.
- Deadpan Snarker: When Champa complains that she didn't do a good enough job with the seating of the U7 Vs. U6 tournament, she basically states that she was living down to him (which Beerus runs with, if only to insult his brother).
- The Dragon: Played With. She is Champa's servant and is Whis' equal in power, but she allows Champa to do whatever he likes and even helps him like destroying planets on his order. However, she does choose what orders she want to follow will interpret Champa's order loosely to troll him.
- Distaff Counterpart: To Whis, being his sister and all.
- Early-Bird Cameo: Shows up much earlier in the manga adaptation of Super than in the anime; while the Battle of Gods arc was going on.
- Edible Theme Naming: Vados from Calvados, name of an apple brandy and fitting in with the alcohol theme of the Gods of Destruction and their Angels.
- Evil Counterpart: Unlike Whis, she doesn't seem to be an Anti-Villain. At least in the manga. In the anime, she isn't as compassionate or as warm as Whis, but she isn't shown to be evil. That said, personally handpicking a Manipulative Bastard Galactic Conqueror with Good Publicity to join Champa's team and promising that Champa will assist him in his endeavors if they win, potentially putting at least a quadrant of her universe under the mercy of a "heroic" tyrant running a planetary real estate scam, may be a step in that direction.
- Exact Words:
- When Champa yells at her for recruiting Frost, after finding out that he's a planet broker in the anime, her response is that he told her to find the strongest fighters in the universe. Not the strongest moral fighters.
- The same applies to recruiting Hit by offering the legendary hitman the ability to jump universes. Her response to Champa yelling at her for that is to remind him he told her to do whatever it took to get a strong team.
- Faster-Than-Light Travel: She is just as fast as Whis who can travel the universe in under an hour. She can even maintain her speed while hauling six Super Dragon Balls, which are three times the size of Earth.
- Holy Halo: Both Whis and Vados have rings around their necks like halos. It's later revealed that they're both angels.
- Hypercompetent Sidekick: She does all the heavy lifting since Champa is too lazy to do anything himself, including destroying planets and picking Champa's team for the Universal Tournament.
- Jerkass: In the manga, she certainly possesses a nastier streak than Whis. Her Kick the Dog moments only strengthen this claim. In the anime, she also recruited Frost knowing that he was actually a space pirate.
- Kick the Dog: She destroys an unknown planet, knowing that it's not the planet Champa and she are looking for, and clearly takes pleasure in destroying it. In the Super manga, she also intentionally starts a fight between Beerus and Champa, which results in the destruction of several planets and its people. In the anime, her allowing Frost, a space pirate, and Villain with Good Publicity, to participate in Champa's tournament and perfectly knowing who he is, definitely counts. She also teases Champa about his erasure during the Universal Survival saga, which Champa's obviously doesn't react well.
- Sixth Ranger: She joined Universe 7 bench after Universe 6 erasure.
- Only Sane Woman: She like her brother views her job this way. She points out when Champa is being childish and irrational, but unlike Whis, is much looser about reigning Champa in. During the Universal Survival arc, when all of the Gods of Destruction turn on Goku for his role in the creation of the Tournament of Power, she points out that if it weren't for him, they would all be dead already and that Goku actually bought them time and a chance to survive.
- Our Angels Are Different: Whis and Vados are a type of angel, according to U7's Supreme Kai, who only functions as long as their God of Destruction is alive.
- Pet the Dog:
- She actually comes to Goku's defense when the other Gods of Destruction are disparaging him, pointing out that Goku's idea for the Tournament of Power is the only reason any of their universes have a chance to begin with. It falls on deaf ears, but it's a thoughtful gesture nonetheless.
- In the anime, for all her snarking at Champa, she gives him a bow of genuine respect just before he's erased after Universe 6's loss.
- Physical God: As Whis' counterpart and sister, she is one. She can fly at her maximum speed while pulling six Super Dragon Balls, which are bigger than Earth, and has many magical abilities like creating force fields, and magic materialization.
- Pocket Dimension: Vados and Whis can seemingly store endless objects into a pocket dimension using their staffs. This includes food and even people.
- The Quiet One: Immediately upon Universe 6's erasure, she sits with her brother with Universe 7. However, as much commentary she provided, she has been completely silent since that point. However, she did make some brief dialogue when her sister, Marcarita asked about her seating next to Whis.
- Reality Warper: She prepares a planet for the tournament by creating field, atmosphere, and food buildings. There hasn't been a reality warper of this level since Buu.
- Servile Snarker: She tells Champa straight to his face that he's fat, somewhat slow, and has no sense of taste. And she makes it very clear who she thinks will win in a Beerus-Champa duel.
- Sibling Rivalry: Has shades of this with Whis by claiming to be stronger, while he argues against that notion. In the anime, she makes no claim about how strong she is and shows equal respect towards Whis.
- Simple Staff: Much like Whis.
- Sole Survivor: Of Universe 6 following the universe's erasure. Not so much after Universe 6 is restored after the tournament.
- Statuesque Stunner: She's over seven feet tall and nearly as tall as her brother, Whisnote Champa barely comes up to her chest.
- Troll: It's seems that Vados really loves trolling Champa. This gets highlighted during the Tournament of Power where Vados spends the entire time taunting Champa on the possibility of being erased. And then when all the Universe 6 warriors do in fact get eliminated, Vados immediately bails on Champa and joins her brother with Universe 7.
- World's Strongest Woman: Of Universe 6. It's also quite possible that she's also stronger than Whis of all people and everyone has seen what he's capable of. Just like Whis, she can knock out Champa with a single chop to the neck.
Fuwa (フワ) and Universe 6 Attendant (第６宇宙のアテンダント, Dai 6 Uchū no Atendanto)
Just like how Universe 7 has a Supreme Kai, Universe 6 has a Supreme Kai as well, named Fuwa. He's paired with his attendant as well. Fuwa is usually commentating on the battles, usually bickering with the Old Kai.
- Catchphrase: Fuwa started to say "Oh dear, oh dear" a lot during the Universal Survival saga.Champa: Stop saying that!
- Can't Live Without You: Their lives are linked with Champa's.
- Culture Clash: More like Universe Clash, but the Kais in Universe 7 are used to mortals chatting with them like it's nothing. In Universe 6, they find this very unusual and bizarre.
- Famous Last Words: "This, too, is fate" before he got erased.
- Hidden Depths: Fuwa, despite his nervous attitude all the time, has something of a hot blooded personality deep down. When he starts to shout for Kefla to win against Goku like a maniac, Beerus is freaked out by it , but Champa and Vados hardly react, implying this is something usual in him.Beerus: Has he always been like this?!Champa: That's just his hidden personality showing. Don't mind him!
- Fat and Skinny:
- Fuwa and his Attendant are fat and skinny respectively.
- Fuwa and Champa also serve as the fat counterparts to Shin/Old Kai and Beerus.
- The Gods Must Be Lazy: By his appearance, he gives off this vibe. Especially when Champa is doing things on his own time.
- Minor Major Character: Doesn't really have significant screentime compared to Champa/Vados and other major Supreme Kais, such as Shin and Gowasu, despite the fact his position is the one of the most significant in his universe. He is, however, the ones to suggest fusion during the Tournament of Power, and gives his Potara earrings to Kale and Caulifla.
- Nervous Wreck: Fuwa is shown to be very nervous at the time of the Tournament of Power. He also freaks out after seeing Jiren's power. Champa even tells him to shape up.
- No Name Given: The Attendant name hasn't been revealed.
- Not So Above It All: Despite appearing more cowardly, or at times much calmer, than Champa, during Kefla and Goku's fight Fuwa starts shouting and screaming for Kefla to kick Goku's butt right alongside Champa. Beerus is freaked out by it.Fuwa: KEFLA! Take him out with the fighting stage!
- O.O.C. Is Serious Business: The quiet Nervous Wreck who goes "Oh dear oh dear"? Well, it's quite frightening, but during the showdown between Kefla and Ultra Instinct Goku, he starts to outright shout at Kefla to win against Goku when Ultra Instinct Goku puts her in a disadvantage, something that Beerus notes is very different than what Fuwa normally sounds like.
- Put on a Bus: The Attendant hasn't appeared on the Universal Survival arc, with only Fuwa appearing. This is interesting to note since Kibito and Old Kai went with Shin and Beerus to the exhibition matches (At least in the anime), but then again, they were the only universe with any assistant appearing (unless if you want to count Toppo, who serves as a bodyguard to Khai (Anime) and Belmod's disciple (manga)).
- The Quiet One: Fuwa doesn't talk much, in comparison with Champa who likes to boasts and Vados who likes to snark at her boss expense. Fuwa, by comparison, just remains quiet watching the fights during the Tournament of Power. However, during the intense battle between Kefla and Ultra Instinct Goku, Fuwa outright shouts at Kefla not to lose against Goku.
- Satellite Character: The Attendant doesn't have any sort of individual characterization.
- Top God: Just like the Supreme Kai of Universe 6, he is the "God of Creation" of Universe 6, although he probably fears Champa as much as Shin and Old Kai fears Beerus.
- Underestimating Badassery: He's quite cocky and when watching the fight between Frost and Goku, he expects Frost to decimate Goku ... until he becomes a Super Saiyan.
Botamo (ボタモ, Botamo)
A warrior from Universe 6, resembling a large yellow bear. He fights Goku in the tournament and is the first opponent overall.
- Acrofatic: He's actually quite light on his feet for a guy his size, and uses his agility and Stone Wall ability to become briefly bounce around the arena to attack Goku.
- Adaptational Badass:
- Downplayed. Both manga and anime Botamo didn't take any damage from Goku's attacks, and he's still defeated in the same way as his manga incarnation. But he doesn't even flinch from Goku's attacks in the anime, since all of Goku's damage is transferred into another dimension; while in the manga, he was repeatedly knocked around like a rubber ball.
- In the manga, it's even possible that he scored a knockout in the Tournament of Power by taking out Monna from Universe 4 (he was shown fighting against her), although she was eliminated off screen.
- Anti-Climax: While his Stone Wall ability makes him a tough opponent to beat in a straight fight, in the tournament he is easily beaten by Goku once he realizes that he can just drag Botamo out of the ring with no trouble. It's zigzagged however, as manga Botamo displays speed and agility the anime version doesn't show.
- Bears Are Bad News: Bear-like, and caused Goku some trouble in his round due to him sponging Goku's attacks.
- Break the Haughty: After being defeated by Goku, he goes behind the sofa and cries. He gets over it rather quickly, however, to watch the next match.
- Butt-Monkey: He is the first member of his team to be eliminated in the Universe 6 Tournament and the anime version of the Tournament of Power he fought in. Both times are due to relying too much on his ability to absorb attacks and not actually having a way to fight back once this weakness is exploited and both times were by members of Goku's family, first against Goku then his son Gohan. In the manga, he's able to outlast at least Dr. Rota and Frost.
- The Cameo: An illusion of Botamo is summoned by Universe 4 fighter Shantza during episode 119. Ironically, he is shown fighting more as an illusion than the real deal (Who relied too much on his defenses and team work with Magetta).
- Crippling Overspecialization: While a good fighter in his own right, his strategy mainly relies on using his invulnerability to wear down opponents until they're too weak to fight back or to force them out of the ring by stonewalling them. In a tournament match against Goku, he realizes that he doesn't have to beat Botamo, just throw him out of the ring, something Botamo can't prevent because Goku is far stronger. He has also relied on his ability for so long that once it proves to be ineffective, he had nothing else to rely on. He does slightly better against Vegeta in the Tournament of Power, as he's able to keep Vegeta from throwing him out, but Vegeta compensates by simply tying his arms and hoisting him overhead to carry him to the edge. If Magetta didn't jump in for the save, he would have lost.
- Didn't See That Coming:
- He never considered that someone could drag and throw him out of the ring, negating his absorption ability.
- Later, he does see it coming, but then gets blindsided again as he never considered someone could just tie his arms and carry him to the edge to drop.
- Gohan pushes him out of the ring in episode 103 by punching him rapidly, the force of which lifts Botamo off the ground. As he's too large to reach Gohan with either mouth blasts or his limbs, Gohan is able to walk him to the edge and then send him flying off with a Kamehameha.
- Edible Theme Naming: His name is derived from "Botamochi", a dumpling made of sweet rice coated with Azuki bean paste.
- Enemy Mine: He joins members of Universe 9 and 4 in order to attack Universe 7 during the Tournament of Power.
- Expy: His ability to not be hurt by any of base form Goku's attacks makes him similar to Buyon from the original Dragon Ball series. Both took direct hits from a Kamehameha and weren't affected at all.
- Fusion Dance: Parodied in the Universal Survival Arc. He rides on Auta Magetta's shoulders and covers his ears to keep him from hearing insults, calling the formation: "Bota Magetta".
- Gradual Grinder: His strategy is simply to sponge attacks until his opponent tires out and he can easily beat them.
- Informed Attribute: His character biography in Shonen Jump states that he is very proud of his strength. It may have been how Overshadowed by Awesome he was, but he never displayed any great strength in his match and instead had to resort to his durability.
- Nigh Invulnerable: His special ability is to transfer damage he would've taken to another dimension, negating it. No matter what hits him, he never takes any damage himself. Though nothing is shown to overcome it, it does have its weaknesses. Piccolo and Vegeta speculate that Goku could have damaged him if he were to go all out (which goes untested), he is terrified of Champa (showing that his ability wouldn't protect him from Champa), and, in episode 100, he's sent flying when one of Kale's stray blasts explodes near him. His opponents usually result to immobilizing him then throwing him out of the ring.
- No-Sell: He is able to redirect any damage he would take to another dimension. Nothing is shown to breach this defense, though there are ways of working around it.
- Odd Friendship: In episode 70, Botamo works together with Magetta to catch a baseball after it's thrown over Magetta in an attempt to keep it from being caught since he can't fly. This act of teamwork suggests that they became friends after the tournament as a result of Botamo comforting Magetta after his loss to Vegeta. After Magetta saves him from being ringed out by Vegeta in the Tournament of Power, the two even team up to take the Saiyan Prince on. Pretty odd pair, a bear and a metal man.
- Overshadowed by Awesome: He's suppose to be one of the strongest warriors from U6, and indeed, his character biography states that he is very proud of his strength. He is still far below Goku, who in fairness is literally a Physical God, and is beaten by him without transforming. This only goes further in regards to the other tournament participants. Both Frost and Magetta were able to force the Saiyans to transform, Cabba became an even match for Super Saiyan Vegeta after he ascended, while Hit is the most powerful member in Universe 6 who destroys Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta. On the U7 side, Vegeta is almost as strong as Goku, and Monaka is hyped up to be the strongest in Universe 7, which turns out to be a lie created by Beerus to encourage Goku and Vegeta to become stronger. With the possible exceptions of Monaka, Piccolo, and Buu, Botamo is physically the weakest of the tournament participants.
- Pet the Dog:
- While he is cocky and smug, he is also the only person on his team to comfort Magetta after he loses his match due to Vegeta insulting him.
- In the manga, he and Goku both bow to each other before their match, showing that despite Botamo's smug attitude, he does have some honor.
- Red Is Violent: Botamo dons a bright red sleeveless shirt while being a formindable damage sponge.
- Rubber Man: Downplayed. His body is balloon-like, able to stretch and compress with no apparent discomfort to Botamo. His body has enough elasticity to allow his arms to be tied into a knot without any bones breaking (assuming there are even any bones to break).
- Smug Super: Whenever he smiles, it's always a smug little grin. But he's one of the five strongest warriors in his universe, so it makes perfect sense.
- Stone Wall: His main ability is being able to No-Sell any kind of attack. His durability is so great that a Kamehameha from an untransformed Goku causes no damage. In the manga, Piccolo and Vegeta speculates that Goku could damage him if he transformed, but Goku intended to preserve his strength for the tournament. This is not to say that he's completely safe from harm, as he can still be manhandled or sent flying by indirect means like explosions near him. He is also shown to be afraid of Champa, showing that his durability wouldn't protect him from Champa.
- Story-Breaker Power: He can transfer attacks to his body to another dimension, negating all the damage. This unique damage absorption ability can even keep him safe from Saiyan Beyond God Goku's Kamehameha. If Botamo was in a regular fight, he would certainly beat most opponents by wearing down their stamina before finishing them off. However, since he has only fought in tournament fights, his opponents are able to simply ring him out through indirect means.
- Superpower Lottery: His unique damage absorption ability. He can absorb damage from Goku, including the Kamehameha. In the manga, it's suggested that Goku could have overwhelmed him if he went Super Saiyan. In the anime, Goku says he would have probably lost in a straight fight, although it was unknown if Goku simply meant that he couldn't win without transforming.
- Taking You with Me: He tries this on Gohan, firing an energy blast at him before falling from the ring. Gohan just dissipates it.
- Unskilled, but Strong: A unique mixture of this and Stone Wall. He was more than capable of taking Goku's attacks with no trouble, but he is far outclassed by him in combat. His strategy is to No-Sell his opponent's attacks while they run out of stamina or he can push them out of the ring, but he didn't think about being defeated by a ring out, and couldn't do anything about being thrown out of the ring by Goku, who even in base was much stronger, faster, and skilled. Goku specifically notes that he has relied on his ability for so long that he neglected his training.
Auta Magetta (オッタ マゲッタ, Otta Magetta)
A Universe 6 warrior from a race called the Metal Men who also takes part in the tournament for Champa. He fights Vegeta in the tournament and is the third opponent overall.
- Adaptational Wimp: He gets a minor case of this in the Super manga. In the anime, he gives Vegeta a hard fight and nearly rings him out twice thanks to his species' ability to produced and withstand heat, having a nearly indestructible body that can withstand a Final Flash from Super Saiyan Vegeta, and can drink and spit up lava. In the manga, Vados doesn't produce a second barrier, which greatly limits Magetta since he can neither fly nor can he suffocate Vegeta with his heat. He does no real damage to Vegeta during their match and the entire fight is treated as a gag similar to the early Dragon Ball fights.
- Aliens Speaking English: Averted; he seems to speak in his own language. His species language primarily seems to consist of "Choo-Poo!" In the dub, he speaks entirely in onomatopoeia for robotic sounds.
- Bizarre Alien Biology: The Metal Men look like robots, but they're actually living creatures. They drink lava, can withstand high heat, and are super tough to the point of tanking energy blasts that can destroy planets. They also don't seem to have natural ki like every other character in Dragon Ball, although Magetta does have a standard Battle Aura in the anime.
- Catchphrase: "Choo-po!", changed to "Chug-chug" in the English dub.
- Convection Schmonvection: Subverted. Thanks to a secondary barrier surrounding the arena, his lava attacks increase the ambient heat enough that even Vegeta begins to feel it. Naturally also justified with him being unharmed as he literally eats lava, so of course heat doesn't bother him at all.
- Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass: At first, he looks like your typical filler character, a weak and unimpressive fighter with a goofy design that would probably be defeated quickly by the Z fighters. When he fights Vegeta, he also appears slow and clumsy, nothing that could cause someone like Vegeta any trouble. However, Magetta turns out to be quite a strong and absurdly durable fighter that puts Vegeta in deep trouble in their fight (at least in the anime).
- Exploited Immunity: He is immune to heat since he eats lava and doesn't seem to need to breathe. He uses this to heat up the ring (where the heat is trapped by Vados' second barrier) when he fights Vegeta and nearly suffocates him.
- Fartillery: His species farts are evidently incredibly explosive. He's aware of this and weaponizes it, triggering an explosion that nearly ring outs Vegeta.
- Flanderization: In the Universe 6 Saga, Magetta said several (incomprehensible) things besides "Choo poo!", and he did not say that phrase that often. From the baseball game onwards, he hardly says anything but "Choo poo!". This was probably done to give him a catchphrase, as well as because it was the only thing he said that could really be said or remembered by the audience.
- Gathering Steam: He grows more powerful as he gets angrier, and specifically invokes this by hitting himself.
- Genius Bruiser: He doesn't look like it, but he's very aware of his species' abilities and is adept at using them to give himself the advantage.
- Gentle Giant: A mighty, metal living volcano with the grits to take an enraged Vegeta head-on with no fear... but hurt his feelings, and he won't take it very well. He and Botamo work out a strategy to counter this mental block by the Tournament of Power, having Botamo cover Magetta's ears so he can't hear insults.
- Handicapped Badass: He is one of the very few non-Earthlings who can't fly. It doesn't stop him from giving Vegeta a hard time. He is without a doubt, the most powerful flightless character introduced. However, in the Tournament of Power, flying is prohibited (except for those with wings), so the "handicapped" part is crossed out here for him.
- Home Field Advantage: One of his abilities is to superheat the environment around him. While he eats, and is filled with, molten lava, this has no effect on Magetta, but fatigues and weakens his opponent. Of note, this actually has an impact on Vegeta, who normally is unaffected by this trope being invoked by his opponent.
- Humongous Mecha: The first we've seen in the series since the Pilaf Machines, at that!
- Improvised Weapon: Uses a piece of his hardened lava breath as a club to great effect and comes literally within an inch of ringing Vegeta out by smacking him with it.
- The Juggernaut: Magetta is Nigh Invulnerable and strong enough to fight Gods. However, the real reason he's this trope is because of his special ability: the longer he fights and the angrier he gets, the more powerful he becomes. Once he gets going, he can be hard to stop, as Vegeta finds out. In the end, even as a Super Saiyan, Vegeta can't actually do anything more than stun him for a few moments and has to ring him out. We also got to see him trade blows with Toppo without any serious issues (who was strong enough to take on Goku during the exhibition match). Later, Frost asks Magetta to assist him in his fight with Vegeta, with the metal man absorbing the saiyan prince´s ki attacks like if they were nothing. Magetta only gets eliminated at the end due to Vegeta, again, exploiting his weakness to insults. Were not for his Weaksauce Weakness, Magetta could be virtually unstoppable and one of the top threats of the tournament.
- Lightning Bruiser: Given his size, he employs brute power. Once he's angry, not only does he grow stronger, he's also a lot faster as well.
- Living Lava: While his outer body is metal, his internal biology is lava and he eats the stuff.
- Made of Indestructium: His metal body seems to be impervious to all attacks. Even Vegeta going all-out with his strongest attacks fails to cause even the slightest bit of damage. He and Toppo also traded blows as well without any serious consequences to the robot. That said, his durability does have its limits, as Kale was able to break apart the Bota Magetta combo in the anime, and in the manga, she knocked Magetta out while in a berserk rage.
- Mechanical Lifeforms: Despite being robotic in nature, he is an actual lifeform from an entire race of beings like him, though given he was chosen in particular, it's likely his power is unique to him, or at least his mastery and degree of the power is to him.
- Manchild: He's emotionally weak and loses his will to fight if insulted, something Whis only mentions after he is defeated.
- Magma Man: The guy seems to be a living geothermal power plant fueled by lava. He can also use this for offense. He's also capable of hardening it into an effective club.
- Mighty Glacier: As much as someone can be at the God-tier powers, anyway. He can neither fly, nor is he nimble, but he is incredibly heavy, extremely durable, and insanely strong.
- Misery Trigger: Despite how tough Magetta is, he and his race are apparently very sensitive, and insulting him will result in him crying and losing the will to fight.
- Nigh Invulnerable: Literally nothing has ever been shown to physically harm him. Vegeta could neither hurt or even fatigue him during their battle, only winning by ring-out thanks to unintentionally exploiting his weakness to insults. During the Tournament of Power, he's briefly shown trading blows with Toppo, who fought Goku to a near-standstill, and shows up later no worse for wear.
- Not Quite Flight: Though he can't fly like practically every other fighter, he can jump very high.
- Odd Friendship: In episode 70, Botamo works together with Magetta to catch a baseball after it's thrown over Magetta in an attempt to keep it from being caught since he can't fly. This act of teamwork suggests that they became friends after the tournament as a result of Botamo comforting Magetta after his loss to Vegeta. Magetta is even the one to come to Botamo's aid against Vegeta during the Tournament of Power and even team up on him. Pretty odd pair, a bear and a metal man.
- Offscreen Moment of Awesome: Magetta fought Toppo; and when he later arrived to save Botamo; showed no sign of injury or fatigue.
- Saying Sound Effects Out Loud: The dub adds robotic onomatopoeia to his vocabulary in top of his normal Catchphrase.
- Shout-Out: His name is a portmanteau of the mecha franchises Mazinger Z and Getter Robo.
- Smarter Than You Look: Champa, and Vegeta, both mistake him for being dim, due to his nature. He's smart enough to use his heat powers to give himself a Home Field Advantage and uses a mixture of his species' natural abilities to trigger a powerful explosion that nearly ring outs Vegeta.
- Superpower Lottery: His naturally hard metal body makes him immune to all of Vegeta's attacks, including the Galick Gun and Final Flash. His magma spit can even push back Vegeta's most powerful energy blasts. His ability to increase the heat of the area he's in is so great it can irritate a Saiyan Beyond God in a closed enough space, and his power increases with his anger. Because of all this, Magetta comes VERY close to defeating Super Saiyan Vegeta, nearly ringing him out twice after Vegeta knocked out Frost in a single punch. To note, he eventually gets so powerful that he's able to counter Vegeta's fully charged Final Flash and what managed to hit him only succeeded in stunning him for a few moments. To note, the last person who got hit by a fully charged Final Flash (Cell) was much stronger than Vegeta at the time and was badly wounded by a glancing blow. Vegeta ultimately only defeats him by ring out.
- Super Spit: He can spit up lava powerful enough to overpower base form Vegeta with enough force to actually hurt him(though Vegeta is able to stick his hand through some of this lava without burns, the increased osmosis seems to be the only hazard brought on by the heat). Powered up more, he managed to overpower Vegeta's Super Saiyan Galick Gun.
- Synthetic Voice Actor: In the English dub, he is voiced by a text-to-speech program.
- Unskilled, but Strong: His first moments show exactly how uncoordinated and clumsy a fighter he is, but what comes afterwards He also can't fly, something that most other characters in the franchise can do. Doesn't stop him from giving Vegeta trouble.
- Wake-Up Call Boss: He is the first opponent to truly challenge the Saiyans. Even as a Super Saiyan, Vegeta can't physically harm him and nearly loses by ring out, twice. Vegeta is forced to destroy part of the stage in order to win, although Goku says Vegeta could have easily won if he used his god ki, to which Vegeta responds he wasn't ready to reveal it to Hit yet.
- Weaksauce Weakness: Very durable and could even withstand Vegeta's Final Flash along with the punch afterwards, but he is quite sensitive emotionally. Vegeta calling him a piece of metal junk costs him the battle. He has Botamo cover his ears during the Tournament of Power, protecting him from Vegeta's insults. After Botamo is eliminated, he changes to using rocks to cover them. Vegeta destroys one of them and insults him, causing him to lose.
- Wrong Context Magic: He is one of the very few fighters to not use Ki Attacks, and powers up completely differently than others do, using anger to amplify his molten lava and geothermal power. That said, the anime shows he has the same kind of Battle Aura every other ki users has, suggesting Magetta is simply ki in a less direct manner.
Dr. Rota (Dr.ロタ, Dokutā Rota)
A red boar who's a fighter for Universe 6.
- Butt-Monkey: In episode 106, he gets knocked out by Hamira and Prum before he can fight Gohan and Piccolo. He later recovers and goes after Prum to get his revenge, only for them both to be ringed out by Vegeta. He doesn't even get a chance to show his power, and never gets to reveal his special ability.
- Casting Gag: In Latin America, he is voiced by the same actor as Pumba, an iconic red boar character.
- Catchphrase: "Let me show you why I, Dr. Rota, am called Doctor. My ability is-"
- Explaining Your Power to the Enemy: He repeatedly tries to boast about his special ability, but gets interrupted each time.
- Foil: Is one to Monaka from Universe 7. Both are Joke Characters who oddly stand out for their respective universes and aren't really that powerful. However, while Dr. Rota was able to at least grapple with Prum, Monaka is barely able to lay a dent on anybody. Plus, both are somewhat Accidental Heroes in a way, while Monaka has accidentally won the Universe 6 & 7 Tournament (due to Hit's disinterest in the prize), Dr. Rota indirectly helped Vegeta beat Prum, as he was able to No-Sell almost all Ki attacks. Plus, Monaka showed up for the first tournament and didn't show up for the second one, while Dr. Rota showed up for the second one and not the first one.
- Genius Bruiser: A doctor who is also one of the 10 most powerful beings in his universe (or at least one of the 10 most powerful beings that could be found in his universe within the 48 hours before the tournament). He never gets to show his power though, thanks to Prum, Hamira, and Vegeta. Episode 106 implies that he might not really be an actual doctor though, as he states that his (unrevealed) technique is supposed to show people why they call him Doctor Rota.
- Idiot Ball: He stands right out in the open boasting of his special ability to Piccolo and Gohan. Prum and Harmira shoot him mid-speech. When he wakes up, he tracks down Prum looking for revenge and makes the same speech, while Prum was in the middle of a fight with Vegeta and Goku. Vegeta shoots him mid-speech, again, this time knocking him out of the ring. Doctor he may be, but Einstein he ain't.
- Joke Character: His only purpose in the series is to pretty much be Universe 6's jabroni.
- Mad Scientist: Given his spectacles, and the fact that he's called Doctor Rota, but is apparently not a normal doctor, if he's even a real doctor at all, this is likely.
- Nice Job Fixing It, Villain!: His ill-advised attempt to get revenge on Prum for attacking him not only got him eliminated by Vegeta, but also allowed Vegeta to eliminate Prum in the same shot by using Rota as a meat shield to avoid Prum's Energy Absorption.
- Not That Kind of Doctor: It's implied that he's not a normal doctor, or even a real doctor at all, and that it's just a title, as he says that his special technique is supposed to show why people call him Doctor Rota.
- Overshadowed by Awesome: He's at least powerful enough to be a part of the Universe 6 team, and was able to grapple with Prum, showing that he does indeed have some fighting prowess. He's an insect compared to Vegeta though, who rings him out with a Galick Gun in base form.
- Pig Man: Looks like a red pig boar with a black mohawk.
- Specs of Awesome: Wears a pair of glasses and is fighting for the Tournament of Power, so Champa (or whoever recruited him) is really confident in his abilities.
- Talking Is a Free Action: Subverted. His current opponent allows him to speak, only for the ones he's not paying attention to blast him mid-speech.
- The Un-Reveal: He states that he has a special technique, but he gets taken out before we learn what it is. He says that it's supposed to show why people call him Doctor Rota. The manga does nothing to him at all, just simply knocking him out off screen. They do, however, state that he has some sort of magic when Champa questions him on his offscreen defeat.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: Taken out before he has any chance to fight in the anime. We never got to find out why people call him Doctor Rota. In the manga, he does absolutely nothing. We don't even know how he got eliminated. He just appears at the Universe 6 bench after Frost eliminates Krillin.
Saonel (サオネル, Saoneru)
One of the two Namekians participating in the Tournament of Power for Universe 6.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: He and Pirina are outright shown at the beginning of the Tournament of Power in the manga, and they're shown fighting Napapa from Universe 10.
- Demoted to Extra: In the manga, he appears only a few times in the background before Kale throws him out while in her berserk state.
- Determinator: Caught between a beam struggle from Gohan's kamehameha and Pirina's Breath Weapon, Saonel manages to push through the two energy waves and grapple with Gohan despite the enormous force he's tanking.
- Combat Pragmatist: Has no issues attacking a weakened Goku from behind, but seem to challenge Gohan and Piccolo to a fair fight.
- Early-Bird Cameo: His existence is known by a magazine scan, yet he's shown in the godPad in Episode 102. Not even Universe 4's "hidden warriors" are shown like this. He and Pirina are also shown fighting with Universe 3 warriors in Episode 101.
- Fusion Dance: The source of both his and Pirina's great power. Upon learning about the tournament, a massive number of Namekians let themselves be absorbed by them for the sake of victory.
- Laser Blade: Can create an energy blade with his energy, similar to Zamasu and Kahseral.
- Last Stand: In the anime only. He is one of the last two fighters for Universe 6, so he has to defeat Piccolo and Gohan or his entire universe will be wiped out.
- Power Incontinence: At first, he and Pirina explain that they were waiting on the sidelines for their bodies to stabilize from fusing with so many others.
- Smug Super: The first picture we see of him is a smug smile, and he's quite the powerhouse if Champa/Vados are confident enough to put him in the Tournament of Power.
- Theme Naming: Named after the Japanese pronunciation of "snail" in keeping with the Namekians' slug motif.
- Those Two Guys: With Pirina. Toei descriptions don't really describe much about their individual personality.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: He doesn't do anything worth mentioning in the manga before Kale takes him out.
- Worthy Opponent: After being defeated by Piccolo, he shows his appreciation for him before being eliminated.Saonel: So, this is the power of the Namekians from Universe 7? Well done.
One of the two Namekians participating in the Tournament of Power for Universe 6.
- Adaptational Early Appearance: He and Saonel are outright shown at the beginning of the Tournament of Power in the manga, and they're shown fighting Napapa from Universe 10.
- Breath Weapon: Can launch an energy wave from his mouth, like Lord Slug.
- Combat Pragmatist: Has no issues attacking a weakened Goku from behind, but seem to challenge Gohan and Piccolo to a fair fight.
- Demoted to Extra: In the manga, he appears only a few times in the background before Kale throws him out while in her berserk state.
- Early-Bird Cameo: His existence is known by a magazine scan, yet he's shown in the godPad in Episode 102. Not even Universe 4's "hidden warriors" are shown like this. He and Saonel are also shown fighting with Universe 3 warriors in Episode 101.
- Expy: His design and abilities, plus what little we get of his personality, makes him a dead ringer for Lord Slug.
- Fusion Dance: The source of both his and Saonel's great power. Upon learning about the tournament, a massive number of Namekians let themselves be absorbed by them for the sake of victory.
- Healing Factor: Can regrow his body parts, fittinly for a Namekian. His arm was crushed during his fight with Piccolo and Gohan. He, however, has a pretty powerful healing factor as stated by Piccolo due to him fusing with many Namekians.
- Last Stand: In the anime only. He is one of the last two fighters for Universe 6, so he has to defeat Piccolo and Gohan or his entire universe will be wiped out.
- Muscles Are Meaningful: Of the two Namekians, he looks the most buff.
- Power Incontinence: At first, he and Saonel explain that they were waiting on the sidelines for their bodies to stabilize from fusing with so many others.
- Reused Character Design: He takes most of his overall appereance from Lord Slug from the non-serial movies, like his use of White Gloves, plus his ability to have a Breath Weapon.
- Smug Super: The first picture we see of him is a smug smile, and he's quite the powerhouse if Champa and Vados are confident enough to put him in the Tournament of Power.
- Theme Naming: Named after pilina, an extinct class of mollusc, in keeping with the Namekians' slug motif.
- Those Two Guys: With Saonel. Toei descriptions don't really describe much about their individual personalities.
- We Hardly Knew Ye: He doesn't do anything worth mentioning in the manga before Kale takes him out.
- White Gloves: Unusually for a Namekian, he wears white gloves, like how Slug used to do. Like Piccolo, he can generate clothing from thin air, allowing him to replace the gloves when he loses his arms.
Kefla (ケフラ, Kefura)
The Potara fusion between Kale and Caulifla.
- Adaptational Wimp: Kefla in the anime is one of, if not the second most powerful opponent in the Tournament of Power, with Goku needing to exploit both Ultra Instinct's strength and Kefla's main weakness in order to win. In the Manga, while her strength is still impressive, she's comparable to Gohan's improved ultimate state due to Caulifla being significantly weaker than her anime counterpart. Kefla freely admits that Gohan is putting up a challenge that; "Even though I'm merged, I can't even beat a single Saiyan".
- Amazonian Beauty: She looks attractive enough in her base form, but once she transforms, she gains some lean musculature compared to Kale's weightlifter physique.
- Anime Hair: A spiky combination of their fusee hairs.
- Break the Haughty: Despite being very full of herself in regards to her strength, Kefla begins to have second thoughts after the unexpected and sudden reemergence of Gokus Ultra Instinct transformation.
- Blood Knight: The Saiyan blood floods through her veins, as her fight with Goku clearly indicates.Roshi: That Kefla is well beyond her limits, and yet she fights back.
Whis: What drives Miss Kefla is the Saiyan blood flowing in her.
- Climax Boss: Serves as one of them in the anime and the "sole" one in the manga before the Pride Troopers. In the anime, she's fought after Goku discovers his Ultra Instinct form and serves as a very tough opponent (while Anilaza serves as the last non-Universe 11 fighter that Universe 7 fights). In the manga, not only does she take Anilaza's role as the last non-Universe 11 fighter, she also takes out a ton of fighters herself as well!
- Curb-Stomp Battle:
- In the manga, Kefla tools the Pride Troopers minus Jiren and Toppo, knocking six minor members out and decking Dyspo with a single punch, all in about two pages.
- In the anime, Kefla toys with SSBKK Goku and nearly knocks him out with one kick.
- Curb-Stomp Cushion:
- In the anime, at max power, it's remarked that Kefla is stronger than UI Goku when he first awakened his ability. While she never landed a single blow against him and was ragdolled constantly, she never took any damage either and actually mocked Goku's punches as weak. She comes close to outlasting him too, with him acknowledging that if he makes a single mistake, it's over (and if he had gotten hit by her last blast, he would've been finished).
- In the manga, while Kefla never stood a chance against Jiren or the combined powers of more than one of U7's heavy hitters (as she herself admits), she still did do a decent amount of damage to their team by knocking out Gohan (in a Mutual Kill), who was about as strong as CSSB Goku and Vegeta.
- Desperation Attack: When Ultra Instinct Goku powers up a finishing move, she concentrates her energy into intense lasers that can cut through anything, trying to keep Goku on the defensive. She also mixes in regular ki blasts to keep him on his toes.
- Did Not See That Coming: In her last gambit, she throws everything at Goku to keep him away, including blasting as much of the arena around her as she could, in addition to firing massive laser blasts at him. It looks to hit, until Goku uses his Kamehameha to grind on her laser to get close enough to her. She barely has time to give an Oh, Crap! before Goku blasts her point blank out of the ring.
- Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu?: Once Champa starts to call her out on losing the fight with Goku, saying how he'll never forgive her if she loses, Kefla simply tells the "peanut gallery" to shut up. Luckily for her, Champa evidently decided to let it go.
- Energy Ball: Kefla's main spherical blasts come in the form of "Fist Cannonball" and "Continuous Energy Bullet". Additionally, she can have six energy balls at once follow her around, as she demonstrates when chasing UI Omen Goku down a mountain side.
- Establishing Character Moment:
- Anime: Her base form effortlessly spirits past Super Saiyan God Goku after being formed, much to Goku's immediate surprise.
- Manga: She proceeds to tear through Universe 11's numbers once she unveils her form very easily.
- Fusion Dance: She is the potara fusion between the two Saiyan women, thanks to Champa and Fuwa's assistance. She takes more of Kale's appearance without the lipstick, with eyes and a personality closer to Caulifla's. The fusion, however, is temporary, since neither of them are a Supreme Kai.
- Godzilla Threshold:
Champa: See that? A real trump card is saved until the last moment!
- When Champa gave Caulifla and Kale the Potara, he told them to not use them lightly, likely due to a combination of not being sure if the Potara is permitted in the tournament and that, if they fuse, they might be considered only one fighter, bringing down U6s remaining fighter count. Its only when Goku decisively defeats them, and is about to ring them out, that Caulifla brings up fusing.
- In the manga, she instead was only used as a last resort because Kale's power grew so dangerous that nobody could stop her. When Kale began knocking out her own teammates, Caulifla, after being told what they do, has no choice but to use the earrings to stop Kale and calm her down.
- Hour of Power: Under normal circumstances, their Potara fusion lasts an hour since neither are Supreme Kai. However, there's always the possibility they'll burn it out faster like Goku and Vegeta did against Zamasu. Ultimately, the fusion is broken when they're hit by Ultra Instinct Goku's Kamehameha, shattering the Potara as they're ringed out. According to the narrator, she only existed for around 5 minutes before being taken down by Goku, though it also doesn't help that her final attack was barrage of Ki blasts that likely drained what time was left like what happened with Vegito.
- Impossible Hour Glass Figure: Carried over from Caulifla. Her waist and belly are very slim.
- Last Stand: In the manga, she serves this for Universe 6. Ironically, this is because of her own doing, thanks to Kale knocking out almost all her remaining allies.
- Mythology Gag: As the fusion of a female Broly and a female Goku, Kefla is the closest thing to an official appearance of Karoly from Dragon Ball Fusions in the canon series.
- Oh, Crap!: After seemingly defeating Goku and aiming to finish him off, she has this reaction when he unexpectedly reawakens Ultra Instinct and dodges her attacks as if they're child's play. She has another one when he unleashes a point-blank Kamehameha in her face and eliminates her.
- Overshadowed by Awesome: Unfortunately, she came into being after Goku had discovered Ultra Instinct. Once Ultra Instinct kicks in, he blasts her out of the ring. She also wouldn't of been able to beat Jiren with her power, and God of Destruction Toppo would've likely been enough to defeat her as well.
- Physical God: Thanks to being the fusion of two powerful Saiyans, she becomes among the strongest fighters in the Tournament of Power, managing to give a hell of a fight against a tired Goku. Whis states her power rivaled the Spirit Bomb made by the members of Universe 7, and she could even break the Tournament arena casually. However, her power is not enough to awake Jiren from his meditation, but was enough to trigger Goku's second time using Ultra Instinct.Kefla: Ha ha ha! I like this one! I feel I could blown up an entire universe in one shot with the power that's is bubbling in me!
- Smug Super: A trait she inherits from Caulifla. Shes very aware of her monstrous strength and taunts Super Saiyan God Goku over his weakness while smacking him all over the place. She even deliberately Flash Steps right past Goku just to freak him out with how disturbingly fast she is.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Her name should technically be "Kafla" (Kale, Caulifla), but the Crunchyroll subtitles name her Kefla, due to be a better romanization of Kefura (Keru, Karifura). It appears that, like Vegito, fusion names fall on the Lost in Translation.
- Sphere of Power: In one of Dragon Ball Heroes' advertisements for the Universe Conflict arc, she demonstrates this ability to surround herself in a green energy orb before engaging the Tuffle twins Kamin and Oran.
- Super Mode: She gains Kale's unique controlled Super Saiyan transformation, which gives Kefla some musculature into her body. She, like Caulifla, states she isn't satisfied with it and brags to Goku she will obtain the Super Saiyan Blue transformation. The manga instead gives her a slightly better version of Super Saiyan, due to Caulifla not having the Berserk transformationKefla: Don't you wanna see me go Blue?!
Goku: (Enjoying the fight) If you even can!
Kefla: I swear I will! After I surpass you!
- Super Power Lottery: Being a Saiyan is this in itself. The ability to grow by leaps and bounds even in the middle of a fight is Goku's trademark, and it served Kefla nearly as well as her fight with Goku pushed her to extreme levels of power that she couldn't have accessed otherwise.Kefla: Hooray for being born a Saiyan!
- Super Speed: The first thing she did during the Tournament was to do a flash step behind Super Saiyan God Goku just for the kicks, not unlike Jiren.
- Underestimating Badassery: In the manga, she refers to Jiren as trash and tries to butt in on his fight with Goku by attacking. She's damn lucky that Gohan jumped in to challenge her first, or that attempt likely would've ended with her on the receiving end of a One-Hit Kill.
- Unskilled, but Strong: Like her component parts, Kefla has little battle awareness or restraint, and her techniques consist of increasingly large, often impractical energy blasts. She clearly not in total control of her power either, and over reaches and unbalances herself twice through her inability to regulate her speed. In terms of raw power though, she is the strongest person from her universe, and stands among the top fighters in the tournament without any doubt. Her raw power as a Super Saiyan was on par with Goku's Spirit Bomb, and was on par with Ultra Instinct Goku. It ultimately costs her, as while as as Super Saiyan 2 she was actually stronger than UI Goku, she lacked the skill of someone like Jiren to actually keep up with and hit UI Goku, thus allowing him to outmaneuver and ultimately ring her out. It's telling that she's ultimately beaten not by her final Kamehame Hadoken being overwhelmed by Goku's, but by Goku dodging around it and blasting her when she can't react to counter it.
- Voice of the Legion: Like all non-Kai fusions, she speaks with the voice of both Caulifla and Kale in unison.
- Walking Spoiler: The likelihood of a fusion, much more a potara-based one subtly teased since the Tournament of Power's intro, was deemed as unlikely due to the ambiguously flexible rules surrounding item usage. The creation of Kefla shattered those beliefs.
- World's Strongest Woman: She is not only the strongest female mortal of Universe 6 but is also the strongest warrior of Universe 6 in terms of battle power thanks to her status as a fusion. As a byproduct of this, she's also the strongest female character that isn't a God of Destruction, or an Angel in Super. It's quite telling she can give a match to Super Saiyan God Goku and alert Vegeta of her presence in her base form.Vados: The new body and personality born from a Potara fusion are more than the sum of their parts, and their power increases tens of time.
- Worthy Opponent: Something she takes from Caulifla, but she admits to herself she loves to fight against Goku, and wants to surpass him.Kefla: This is great! You really are outstanding! A worthy foe to defeat!
Other Universe 6 Residents
Universe 6 Saiyans
Saiyans (サイヤ人, Saiya-jin)
The Universe 6 Saiyans are mirror counterparts to the Universe 7 Saiyans. Unlike their U7 counterparts who were remorseless Space Pirates who caused mass genocide, the U6 Saiyans are protectors of peace across the universe. They also identify themselves as a warrior race, just like the U7 Saiyans, except they see it as their duty to use their power to help people, not terrorize them.
Little is known about the U6 Saiyans except that they didn't destroy their home planet, unlike the Universe 7 Saiyans. They also evolved differently, namely they don't have tails and appear to be overall stronger than their U7 counterparts. They are more comparable to the hybrid Saiyans of U7 than the pure-blooded Saiyans.
- Alternate Self: The Universe 6 counterpart of the Saiyans. Rather than being Space Pirates like the U7 Saiyans were, most of them are instead a Space Police.
- Animal Motifs: Monkeys, although Downplayed since they're not born with tails. Calling them "chimpanzee" and "gorilla" is still highly offensive.
- Blood Knight: Despite being Good Counterparts to the Universe 7 Saiyans, they fully identify themselves as a warrior race.
- Cessation of Existence: The Universe 6 Saiyans go along with the erasure of their universe.
- Fantastic Slurs: Just like in Universe 7, calling a Saiyan a 'monkey' or some form of primate is a major insult. Caulifla uses them in an attempt to get Kale to transform into a Super Saiyan.
- Golden Super Mode: They actually never discovered the Super Saiyan transformation, despite being stronger than their counterparts, maybe due to their pacifist nature. Thanks to Vegeta, Cabba was the first Super Saiyan in the history of Universe 6, and he taught this form to many others, giving the Saiyans a proud tradition for years to come.
- Good Counterpart: They are this to the Universe 7 Saiyans. While the U7 Saiyans were coldblooded mass-murderers who happily committed genocide, the U6 Saiyans devote using their power to protect people. Even Saiyans like Caulifla who are more selfish and morally questionable are nowhere near as bad as the U7 Saiyans at their worst.
- Human Aliens: The Saiyans lost their tails centuries ago and their development makes them more similar to Universe 7 hybrid Saiyans than the Space Pirates that were the pure-blooded U7 Saiyans.
- Japanese Delinquents: In the anime, Caulifla runs an underground gang inspired by the yankii.
- Karmic Jackpot: What they are to the Universe 7 Saiyans. The Saiyans in U7 were remorseless Space Pirates who not only destroyed their own planet and stole another world, but they also helped Frieza wipe out countless civilizations to satisfy their own bloodlust. In the end, they are all but destroyed by Frieza's own hand. The U6 Saiyans, on the other hand, kept their homeworld and fight to protect the universe. For this, they are respected and revered across the universe and are thriving as a species. Furthermore, since they weren't abruptly snuffed out, their entire race has had decades to improve, so U6 Saiyans on average are more powerful than the U7 Saiyans were before their destruction.
- Little Bit Beastly: Noticeably subverted. Goku and Vegeta are shocked that Cabba doesn't have a tail and Cabba doesn't know what they're talking about when they asked about it. The Saiyans from Universe 6 have evolved past the need for them.
- Long-Lived: If they're similar to their U7 counterparts, they are still considered young up to their 80s and age slower than humans.
- Noodle People: In contrast to the musclebound Saiyans of Universe 7, and almost all fighters throughout the franchise, U6 Saiyan fighters have much smaller builds, with almost no muscle definition. The stand-out exception is Kale, who goes berserk in her Super Saiyan form and bulks up significantly. Even then, she's still slim otherwise.
- Planet of Hats: According to Cabba, the Saiyans in U6 are all peace-loving freedom fighters who fight to protect the innocent since it's their duty as a warrior race. This appears to be mostly true since the only morally questionable Saiyans we have seen are Caulifla and Kale who are part of a gang, yet they can't be that bad since Cabba never tries to arrest them. Renso also speaks highly of his sister.
- Power Trio: Cabba, Caulifla and Kale form a Saiyan variant during the Tournament of Power. They even stick together after the tournament.
- Proud Warrior Race Guy: Downplayed. Cabba proudly calls the Saiyans a warrior race and looked down on the Universe 7 Saiyans for abusing their great power to terrorize others.
- So Last Season: Regarding the Universe 6 Saiyan trio, tapping into the Super Saiyan transformation.
- Spell My Name with an "S": Their home planet is either called Sadal, Sadla or Sadala, depending on the medium.
- Super Mode: Like their U7 counterparts, they have access to the Super Saiyan transformation and its offshoots, which presumably includes the god forms.
- Superpower Lottery: They have all the benefits of the Universe 7 Saiyans outside of not having the Great Ape form, since they're born without tails. Despite never having learned of the Super Saiyan transformation until the U7 Saiyans revealed it to them, once transformed they display power nearly equal to Goku and Vegeta, who have trained with those forms for years. Immediately after learning to transform, Cabba was able to put Vegeta on the defense in his rage, even though Vegeta has been training with Whis for almost two years and had an additional three years of training in the Hyperbolic Time Chamber.
- Token Yuri Girls: Caulifla and Kale's relationship, especially with how the latter calls the former her Onee-sama is something that feels straight out of the pages of a yuri series such as Maria-sama ga Miteru.
- Unwitting Pawn: They are this to Frost. The Saiyans and Frost's Empire worked together a number of times since they're all freedom fighters who wants to protect the citizens of Universe 6. Cabba then learns that Frost has been using them since he starts the wars that he stops so he can buy and sell the planets he ruins at a high price. Cabba reports this, putting Frost on the wanted list.
- We Help the Helpless: They are practically the police of Universe 6 who fight to stop wars and bring in criminals.
The king of the Saiyan race on Universe 6.
- Egopolis: The manga implies that, much like Planet Vegeta in Universe 7 was named after King Vegeta, he named Planet Sadala after himself.
- The Ghost: Has only been mentioned by Cabba once.
- Good Counterpart: Is heavily implied he is one to King Vegeta, as "a strong and proud" man brings to mind Vegeta, but the fact the planet is named after himself brings King Vegeta to mind.
- The Good King: Implied, since the Saiyans are a race of heroic mercenaries.
- Proud Warrior Race Guy: Cabba states that the king shares Vegeta's Saiyan pride.
- Small Role, Big Impact: He has never been seen on screen, but Cabba's promise to introduce Vegeta to Planet Sadala and him one day is half of what drives Vegeta's actions for most of Super.
As a well-known delinquent, Caulifla has a band of followers that follow her around. In the anime, they are a band of punks, while in the manga, they are all female bandits.
- Black Sheep: They are this to the other Saiyans.
- In the anime, Caulifla and Kale appear to be this since they belong to a gang instead of fighting for justice like the other Saiyans. At the same time, they don't come across as bad people since Cabba never felt the need to arrest them and Renso has nothing but good things to say about his sister.
- In the manga, Caulifla and Kale live in a poor territory of Sadala as Robin-Hood-esque bandits, and Caulifla herself is The Dreaded, with no one on the army being able to beat them until Cabba became a Super Saiyan.
- Depending on the Writer: In the anime, they are a band of delinquents, inspired by the Japanese delinquent stereotype. In the manga, they are an all-female group of bandits.
- Pet the Dog: In the manga, they first appear stealing food and water from the Sadala Squad, but then are shown to share it with poor kids from the turf, meaning they aren't that bad.
Renso (レンソウ, Rensou)
A Saiyan from Planet Sadal, and the older brother of Caulifla. He was formerly the captain of Planet Sadal's Defense Squad but had to retire due to a leg injury. He trained Cabba.
- Adapted Out: Renso appears to not exist in the manga version. Or at least hasn't been mentioned.
- Ambiguously Brown: Compared to the lighter shade of melanin of his younger sister, Renso is quite tanned.
- Career-Ending Injury: His leg injury meant the end of his time as the captain of Planet Sadal's Defense Squad.
- Edible Theme Naming: Like all Saiyans, his name is taken from a vegetable, spinach in Japanese.
- Foil: To Raditz. Both have siblings that are considered the black sheep of the family and alert their peers to them when they need new recruits, but the similarities end there. Renso is brave, well-respected by his fellow Saiyans, is a captain and has above-average strength. Raditz was cowardly, considered an embarrassment to the Saiyan race, died a low-class warrior and had below-average strength.
- Handicapped Badass: Prominently sports a splinted leg when Cabba requests he participate in the Tournament of Power, requiring a cane to move around.
- The Hermit: Since his retirement, he lives in an isolated cabin on a place that appears to be otherwise uninhabited.
- Refusal of the Call: He turns down Cabba's offer of a spot on the team, as his injury would be a greater liability than any benefit his years of experience might provide.
- Retired Badass: Was formerly the captain of his planet defense forces, and trained Cabba, who went toe-to-toe with a Post-God base Vegeta. That definitely qualifies.
Universe 6 Namekians
Namekians (ナメック星人, Namekku-seijin)
The Universe 6 counterparts of the Namekians.
- Alternate Self: The universe 6 counterpart of the Namekians. They aren't that explored compared with the Saiyans, and is unclear how different they are from their counterparts.
- Early Installment Weirdness: In Xenoverse 2. Since the Namekians were never mentioned in the Universe 6 saga of the anime, none of the Universe 6 fighters seem to recognize the Namekian Time Patrollers in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, implying they didn't exist or something else. Come the Universal Survival Arc, and two of their fighters join Universe 6 for the Tournament of Power, maybe thanks to Piccolo presence during the Universe 6 tournament.Frost: Wow! I must say your power intrigues me to no end. I would love to sit and hear about your homeland sometime.
- Fusion Dance: Like their counterparts, the warrior-type Namekian can fuse with another to create a more powerful one. Pirina and Saonel took it further, by fusing with all of the warrior Namekians for the Tournament of Power.
- Last Stand: In the anime only. Saonel and Pirina end up as the final remaining fighters for Universe 6 in the Tournament of Power after Kale and Caulifla are ringed out by Goku. Just like Universe 10's remaining fighters, it's also a showdown between Gohan and Piccolo. In the manga, they end up getting taken out by Berserker Kale.
Singer (歌手 Kashu)A small penguin-like creature in a red bow tie who sings the (underwhelmingly brief) inter-universe anthem in the opening ceremony of Beerus and Champa's Tournament of Destroyers.
- Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal: His only garment is that oversized bow tie.
- Badass Baritone: Has a comically deep singing voice for a little guy.
- Bit Character: Has barely a minute of screentime and solely exists to set up a purposefully lame gag, yet he was specifically designed by Toriyama himself, so he incrementally appears in both the anime and manga versions of the story.