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English Localized Name(s) Mye
Personal Data
Universe 7th Universe Symbol 7th Universe
Galaxy Milky Way, North Galaxies
Race Earthling
Birthplace Earth
Age 41[3]
Gender Female Icon Female
Voice Actors
English Julie Franklin
Colleen Clinkenbeard(Movies 18, 19)
Japanese Eiko Yamada
Professional Status
Affiliation(s) Pilaf Group Symbol Pilaf Gang
Partner(s) Pilaf
Counterpart(s) Mai (Future)
First Appearance
Manga Debut Volume 2, Chapter 18
Anime Debut DB001
Movie Debut Movie 18
Image Gallery

Mai (マイ) is the only Human-type Earthling member of the Pilaf Gang that has appeared throughout the series. She débuts in the first portion of the series, serving as Pilaf's henchmen along with her partner Shū, with the goals of assisting her boss's goal of collecting the Dragon Balls so he can wish to rule over the world. But their goals were always thwarted by Son Gokū and his friends. She and the Pilag Gang reemerge in the second portion of the series prior to their return she and the Pilaf Gang gathered the Dragon Balls, and succeeded and used Shenron to wish themselves younger. This caused them to revert into children.[3][4]




Mai art

Mai as a child.

Despite being chronologically in her 40s, Mai currently bears the appearance of a prepubescent child. She has long black hair, matching black eyes, and fair skin. She wears a dark green overcoat, tied with a belt and buttoned to the neck; at her waist is a small pistol. Her footwear consists of black boots.

As an adult, she has the same physical features, albeit, in the anime only, her hair was colored lighter, she was given blue eyes, red eyeliner, and red lipstick. She wore a similar overcoat, light blue, and tied together with a brown belt. She also wore beige trousers and brown boots.


Part I

Hunt for the Dragon Balls Arc

Red Ribbon Army Arc

Uranai Baba Arc

Piccolo Daimaō Arc

Part II

Cell Arc

Main article: Cell Arc While they were not seen, Pilaf, Mai, and Shū, are always operating in secret, intending to take over the world. The emergence of Cell, however, caused them to postpone any attempts at world domination.[5]

Part III

Majin Boo Arc

Main article: Majin Boo Arc When Majin Boo's presence became known to Earth, it again forced Mai, Pilaf and Shū to postpone their plans for world domination.[6] Shortly later, the three were killed by Boo during his assault on the entire population of Earth. Afterwards, the group alongside the rest of Boo's victims were resurrected by the Nameccian's Dragon Balls.

Part IV

Dragon Ball Z: God and God

Main article: Dragon Ball Z: God and God

Dragon Ball Z: Revival of "F"

Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Revival of "F"

God and God Arc

Main article: God and God Arc

Revival of "F" Arc

Main article: Revival of "F" Arc

Hakaishin Champa Arc

Main article: Hakaishin Champa Arc

"Future" Trunks Arc

Main article: "Future" Trunks Arc

In Other Timelines

Trunks' Timeline

Main article: Mai (Future)

In Other Media

Dragon Ball Super (manga)

See also: Dragon Ball Super#Manga

God and God Arc (manga)

Hakaishin Champa Arc (manga)


  • Mai's name derives from the japanese spelling of the cantonese steamed pork buns called Shumai (焼売), she shares this pun with Shu.[7]
  • Mai along with the Pilaf Gang make a cameo in Akira Toriyama's other work such as the movie Dr. Slump and Arale-chan: N-cha! Love Comes From Penguin Village.
  • Despite originally being coloured with raven hair, blue eyes, and red eyeshadow in the anime, this was revealed to be an error on the part of the animation department; in the manga, Mai was coloured with black hair and eyes, and no make-up. This colour scheme would be used in Dragon Ball Z: God and God and Dragon Ball Z: Revival of "F".



  1. Dragon Ball Super Start Guide, page 30
  2. Dragon Ball Volume "F", page 18
  3. 3.0 3.1 Dragon Ball Z: God and God
  4. Dragon Ball Super episode 4
  5. Daizenshū 7: Large Encyclopedia: Secret Stories of the Dragon Ball Characters
  6. Daizenshū 7: Large Encyclopedia: Secret Stories of the Dragon Ball Characters
  7. Dragon Ball Forever
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