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Gyumao Epilogue

Gyumao

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Gyūmaō[1][2][3]
牛魔王
Alternative Name(s) Ox King[4]
Personal Data
Universe 7th Universe Symbol 7th Universe
Galaxy Milky Way, North Galaxies
Race Earthling
Birthplace Earth
Birthday May 6[5]
Gender Male Icon Male
Blood Type O[5]
Voice Actors
English Kyle Hebert
Japanese Daisuke Gōri
Ryūzaburō Ōtomo
Professional Status
Affiliation(s) Dragon Team
Kame-Sen Style School
Occupation(s) King of Mount Frypan
Disciple(s) Chi-Chi
Master(s) Muten Rōshi
Headquarters Mount Frypan
First Appearance
Manga Debut Volume 1, Chapter 11
Anime Debut DB007
Movie Debut Movie 18
OVA Debut OVA2
Family
Image Gallery

Gyūmaō (牛魔王; FUNimation "Ox King"; Literally meaning "Ox Demon King") is the incumbent, reigning king of Mount Frypan. Formerly a Martial artist training under the tutelage of Muten Rōshi's Kame-Sen Style School in his youth. Where he learned Martial arts alongside his rival Son Gohan. He is the father of Chi-Chi and the grandfather of Son Goten and Son Gohan.

Background

Personality

Appearance

Abilities

Dragon Ball

Son Gokū Training Arc

Red Ribbon Army Arc

Saiyan Arc

Majin Bū Arc

Dragon Ball Z: God and God

Main article: Dragon Ball Z: God and God

Dragon Ball Super

See also: Dragon Ball Super

God and God Arc

Main article: God and God Arc

Hakaishin Champa Arc

Main article: Hakaishin Champa Arc

Epilogue

In Other Timelines

Trunks' Timeline

In Other Media

Dragon Ball Super (manga)

See also: Dragon Ball Super#Manga

God and God Arc (manga)

Gyūmaō is invited at Bulma's birthday party on a luxurious passenger ship and watchs the conflicts between Dragon Team and the Hakaishin Beerus. Later, Gokū shows up, summons Shenron and eventually transforms into a Super Saiyan God, along with other people, he also witnesses the beginning of Beerus and Gokū's fight.[6]

Hakaishin Champa Arc (manga)

Creation and Conception

Trivia

Quotes

References

  1. Daizenshu 3 page 131
  2. Daizenshū 4, page 64
  3. Dragon Ball Super: Start Guide, pp.25
  4. FUNimation Dub
  5. 5.0 5.1 Weekly Shōnen Jump Issue: 1986 #37 (12 August 1986)—Character Biography Data
  6. Dragon Ball Super chapter 4
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