|English Localized Name(s)||Otto Magetta|
|Galaxy||Galactic System 66950|
|English||Unknown computer program|
|Team(s)||6th Universe Team
6th Universe Baseball Team
|Manga Debut||Chapter #7 (Super)|
|Game Debut||Dragon Ball Heroes|
Autta Magetta (オッタ・マゲッタ, Otta Magetta; Viz "Otto Magetta") is a Metalman warrior from the 6th Universe. He was one of the five members from 6th Universe Team that represents the 6th Universe in 6th Universe and 7th Universe Hakaishin Selection Martial Arts Competition.
Magetta appears to be intelligent as he was able to pass the written test necessary to compete in the tournament between the 6th Universe and 7th Universe. Magetta is also tactful as he used the ring barrier to his advantage by releasing heat from his body to entrap Vegeta in the enclosed space, making it more difficult for Vegeta to fight. Being a Metalman, Magetta is emotionally weak and becomes upset once insulted; Vegeta's insult towards Magetta during the final stages of their fight was enough to make him completely lose focus and caused him to be defeated. Magetta continued to sulk after their fight.
After Botamo comforted Magetta after his loss to Vegeta, the hairless bear like alien and metal man became friends. The two work well together. During a baseball game between Universes 6 and 7, Botamo worked with Magetta to catch a baseball after it was thrown over Magetta in an attempt to keep the ball from getting caught by exploiting Magetta's inability to fly. During the Tournament of Power, Magetta came to Botamo's aid when Vegeta was about to throw him out. Magetta and Botamo teamed up to take Vegeta down. The two performed the "Bota Magetta" maneuver; by having Botamo ride on Magetta's shoulders, the two could cover each other's weaknesses; Botamo could cover Magetta's ears so he couldn't hear insults, while Magetta could protect Botamo from people who tried to get on top of Magetta to throw Botamo off, which, combined with Magetta's durability and Botamo's Botamo Shield and improved lower balance, made the two a formidable force.
Magetta is a tall individual, composed entirely of metal. His top half is out of proportion in comparison to his lower, with a bulging torso to fit his magma chamber, and similarly large arms. He has bulbous eyes, and atop his head rests a smokestack. His lower body have legs nearly as large as his arms, ending in flat feet.
Magetta is a powerful warrior as he was able to compete against Vegeta, a Saiyan trained by Whis, and hold his own. Magetta was even able to pressure Vegeta in his Super Saiyan form. Magetta was also able to battle against the strongest warriors of all the universes, when competing in the Tournament of Power.
Magetta has great raw strength and specializes in close quarters combat. Being a Metalman, Magetta's body is made of strong metal which gives him great defense; the defense of his metal body is great enough to withstand Vegeta's fast and strong kicks with ease and Magetta was not dented or damaged at all from Vegeta's kicks. Magetta's metal body is also resilient against ki blasts as he was able to withstand Super Saiyan Vegeta's full power Final Flash and fight back against it. However, Magetta does not show the ability to fly. Magetta has the ability to rotate his body and attack his opponents like a spinning top. This spinning attack is both fast and powerful as well as compensates for Magetta's slow speed.
Magetta can generate magma inside his body which he can use to attack with; Magetta's magma spit was powerful enough to overpower Vegeta's ki blast barrage. Magetta can use the magma to increase his speed and strength, which caused Vegeta to evade Magetta's attacks with more caution. Magetta can release the magma's heat from his body, which heats up his vicinity. Magetta can solidify his magma spit into stone and use the stone as a weapon in battle. Magetta, by expelling both gas and steam from his funnel, can fire his magma spit into the gassed steam to create explosions.
Dragon Ball Super
See also: Dragon Ball Super
Hakaishin Champa Arc
Main article: Hakaishin Champa Arc After Vegeta defeats Frost, Magetta is chosen to fight next. The fight between Vegeta and Magetta begins. Vegeta is faster than the slow and bulky Magetta which allows Vegeta to easily lands attacks on Magetta, but Vegeta's attacks have little effect against Magetta's robotic body. Magetta pumps himself up which causes him to become faster, allowing him to keep up with Vegeta's speed. Magetta spins his body around and rotates himself like a spinning top to attack Vegeta at great speed. Vegeta responds by jumping into the air and launching ki blasts at Magetta, to which Magetta counters by firing his magma spit. Eventually, Magetta's magma spit overpowers Vegeta's ki blasts, causing Vegeta to evade.
Magetta continues firing his magma spit at Vegeta, until Vegeta transforms into a Super Saiyan which blows Magetta back and stops his attack. Vegeta decides to show Magetta the overwhelming power of a Super Saiyan. However, Magetta starts releasing great heat from his body; the heat within the ring barrier starts affecting Vegeta.
Magetta fires his magma spit at Vegeta, although he dodges. Vegeta gets close and prepares to land an attack, but Magetta repels Vegeta back by blowing steam out of his funnel. Magetta fumes gas out of his funnel into the expelled steam; he then fires his magma spit at the gassed steam, creating a great explosion that strikes Vegeta. The explosion sends Vegeta hurling towards the tournament barrier, but he manages to recover by firing a ki blast that prevents him from touching the barrier.
Vegeta decides to charge a Galick Gun. Magetta responds by increasing the heat from his body and powers up as a result. Vegeta fires his Galick Gun at Magetta which hits him. However, Vegeta’s attack does not affect Magetta. Magetta counters by firing his magma spit which overpowers Vegeta’s Galick Gun. Vegeta prepares fighting back, but he evades once he sees Magetta turning his magma spit into stone. Magetta fires his magma spit at Vegeta, causing Vegeta to strike at it. However, this magma spit was a diversion to allow Magetta to close in on Vegeta and strike him with the stone club forged from the magma spit. Vegeta is unable to evade and is hit by Magetta’s stone club. Vegeta is sent out of bounds, but he manages to recover; however, his foot has unfortunately touched the out of bounds ground.
The announcer checks Vegeta and sees that his foot has landed on a piece of the tournament ring; he declares that Vegeta is not out. Angry that he was saved by the rules and tired of the barrier, Vegeta power up greatly and shatters the tournament barrier in the process, which allows Vegeta to breathe normally again. Vegeta further powers up and prepares a Final Flash; Magetta responds by also powering up. Vegeta finishes powering up and fires his Final Flash while Magetta fires his powered up magma spit. The two attacks collide, but Vegeta's Final Flash overpowers and strikes Magetta at point blank range. Surprisingly, Magetta holds his ground against the Final Flash and tries pushing it back with his magma spit. Vegeta's Final Flash hits Megetta and slightly confuses him.
Seeing an opportunity now that Magetta has left himself open, Vegeta uses his enhanced speed to appear before Magetta and punches at him; Magetta blocks Vegeta's punch and manages to hold Vegeta back. Vegeta insults Magetta, which makes Magetta lose focus, causing Vegeta's charging punch combined with Magetta's great weight and loss of focus eventually causes the ring to collapse and as a result, Magetta lands out of bounds. The announcer declares Vegeta the victor.
Magetta returns to the 6th Universe waiting area and sulks due to Vegeta's insult while Botamo tries to comfort him.
Hakaishin Champa Arc (manga)
In Other Media
Magetta is a playable character in the following video games:
|Game name||Japanese release||English release|
|Dragon Ball Heroes||November 11, 2010|
- "Magetta" is a reference to and combination of the famous giant robots "Mazinger" (マジンガー, Mazingā) and "Getter Robo" (ゲッターロボ, Gettā Robo).
- His full name could possibly be derived from "automatic" (オートマチック, ōtomatchikku).
- In Dragon Ball Fusions, Autta Magetta is simply called "Magetta" — this is despite longer names being fitted into the game, such as "Super Saiyan Rosé Goku Black".
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 V Jump March 2016 Issue, page 121
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 Dragon Ball Super episode 35
- ↑ Dragon Ball Super chapter 7, page 18
- ↑ Dragon Ball Super episode 36
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