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Bujin
Bujin
ブージン Būjin
Personal Data
Universe 7th Universe Symbol 7th Universe
Galaxy North Galaxies
Race Herā
Status Deceased
Gender Male Icon Male
Voice Actors
English Christopher Bevins
Japanese Hiroko Emori
Professional Status
Affiliation(s) Galaxy Soldiers
Occupation(s) Extraterrestial Pirate
Partner(s) Bōjakku
Gokua
Zangya
Bidō
First Appearance
Movie Debut Movie #12
Techniques
Image Gallery

Bujin (ブージン, Būjin) was a member of the extraterrestrial Herā clan and a subordinate of Bōjakku's Galaxy Soldiers.

Personality

Appearance

BujinDokkan

Bujin's full appearance.

Abilities

Power and Physical Prowess

Ki Usage

Biography

Dragon Ball Z: The Galaxy's at the Brink!! The Super Incredible Guy

Bujin, along with his fellow Hera infiltrated the Intergalactic Tournament, he used his psychic powers to ambush Gohan by throwing clock hands at him, he then revealed the background was merely just an illusion. Later he, Zangya, and Bidō do battle with Tenshinhan and Yamcha, Bujin single-handedly beats Tien and later fought against Gohan with his team, until Piccolo arrives to fight his master, Bojack almost kills Piccolo, but a recovered Trunks intervenes, Bujin traps him in his Psychic Threads to incapacitate him for Bido to throw a sharp projectile at him, though Vegeta saves his son and enters the scene. Bujin and Zangya fought Trunks, the former used his Psycho Threads to hold him while the latter attacks. Bujin and his teammates later trap Gohan in their Psychic Threads, watching as the tyrant attacks him.

Thanks to Gokū's assistance, Gohan taps into his Super Saiyan 2 form, Bōjakku ordered both Bujin and Bido to trap him with their threads, but the young Saiyan was unfazed, he and Bido decide to charge at him head on, however they were no match for the Gohan's power and were killed.

Dragon Ball Z: The Rebirth of Fusion!! Gokū and Vegeta

In Other Media

Video Games

Trivia

  • His name comes from the four-character idiom "bojaku bujin" (傍若無人), meaning arrogance. Coincidentally, "bujin" (武人) means military man.

Reference

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