Canonbutton Manga Super
You use your head too much. Change your ways of thinking. Think with your muscles, not your head. You can call it an instinct.

—Rumoosh to Gowasu in Facing the Wall that Must be Overcome! Gokū versus Gohan

Ruumosh alternate image
ラムーシ Ramūshi
Personal Data
Universe 10th Universe Symbol 10th Universe
Race Alien
Gender Male Icon Male
Voice Actors
English Oliver Tull
Japanese Yasuhiko Kawazu
Professional Status
Team(s) 10th Universe Team
Occupation(s) Hakaishin
Partner(s) Kusu, Gowasu
First Appearance
Manga Debut Chapter #28
Anime Debut DBS078
Game Debut Super Dragon Ball Heroes
Image Gallery

Rumoosh (ラムーシ, Ramūshi) is the Hakaishin of the 10th Universe, who alongside Gowasu is responsible for maintaining balance within it.


In the anime, when Zamasu killed Gowasu, it resulted in Rumoosh dying as a result. Upon Whis witnessing Gowasu's death, he turned back time to save the Shinling, altering his death.[2]


Despite being a Hakaishin, Rumoosh is quite lazy at destroying things, finding it too much of a pain.[3] However, he also likes to be fawned over for his position.[4]


U10 ramuushi Render

Rumoosh's full appearance.

Rumoosh bears the appearance of a bipedal elephant; pink in color, his build is rather scranwy, and he has an elephant's head on a humanoid body. He wears the standard Hakaishin attire, consisting of a thick white collar, and a black cloth around his shoulders, lined in white and striped with orange, and a orange triangle in the center. His pants are orange gi, with a dark blue obi and a black sash covering his front, with two white triangles and another orange triangle, lined in gold. He wears simple brown shoes, and has golden wristbands and armbands, as well as two golden anklets.


Like the other Hakaishin, Rumoosh possesses the capability to destroy organisms that exist in his universe in order to upkeep the balance within it.

Dragon Ball Super

Universe Survival Arc

Rumoosh accompanied by his guide Kusu the 10th Universe Kaiōshin, Gowasu after being summoned to attend the Zen Exhibition Match. Where he watches alongside Gowasu the 7th and 9th Universe contestants fight each other. In the company of the other gods of the universe.[5] During the battle between Basil and Majin Boo Rumoosh spectates without much change in his expression as debris hits his face.[6]

After the events in the Zen Exhibition Match, the other Hakaishin have a summit, through communication through their guide's Wands. Rumoosh expresses a negative opinion over Son Gokū, which he found disrespectful during the duration of the exhibition match. Hours later in 10th Universe's Kaiōshin Realm, Rumoosh appears to meet an overwhelmed Gowasu. Gowasu troubled on what fighters he will pick for the representative team of the Hakaishin emerges alongside his angel, Kusu. After hearing how overwhelmed Gowasu is, Rumoosh criticizes Gowasu that the Kaioshin uses too much of his head. Where he insists to Gowasu overthinks everything to the point where the Kaiōshin becomes too overwhelmed, whereas Rumoosh notes he takes the opposite route of Gowasu where Rumoosh bases himself on his instinct of their muscular appearance.[7]

Kusu presents the 10th Universe Team, led by Murrichim each of them being bodybuilders recruited by the Hakaishin himself. Gowasu speechless, becomes reassured that Rumoosh was able to gather such a team taking the burden from him. Rumoosh rejoices before his newfound team of its universe's strongest warriors as Murrichim promises to ensure the survive of the 10th Universe.

In Other Timelines

Trunks' Timeline

In Zamasu's quest for justice, he killed Gowasu, resulting in Rumoosh subsequently dying as a result.


  • Rumoosh's name is most likely taken from the typically spelled Japanese word for "rum" (ラム酒, ramu-shu), a distilled alcoholic beverage made from sugarcane.
  • Rumoosh was designed by Toyotarō.
  • Rumoosh has drawn ire from the Hindu community due to bearing a resemblance to one of their chief deities, Ganesha. It is also believed that this 'depiction' of Ganesha displays him as evil, despite the role of the Hakaishin being largely neutral within the series.[8]


  1. V Jump April 2017, page 37
  2. Dragon Ball Super episode 59
  3. Dragon Ball Super episode 90
  4. 10th Universe Bio Page
  5. Dragon Ball Super episode 78
  6. Dragon Ball Super episode 79
  7. Dragon Ball Super episode 90
  8. Lord Ganesha shown as evil in Japanese animation series