|Epithet||Zunō the Wise (賢者ズノー, Kenja Zunō; Viz "Zuno the Wise")|
|English Localized Name(s)||Zuno|
|Manga Debut||Chapter #7 (Super)|
Jaco when talking to Bulma refers to him as an all-knowing sage who would be able to pinpoint the purpose of the Super Dragon Balls and the location of the undiscovered seventh Super Dragon Ball.
See also: Dragon Ball Super
Hakaishin Champa Arc
Main article: Hakaishin Champa Arc
"Future" Trunks Arc
Main article: "Future" Trunks Arc Zunō was in his palace when his attendant was attacked by Zamasu, who threatened him to demand knowledge about the Super Dragon Balls. The constrained Zunō gave the Kaiōshin apprentice the same explanation of the Super Dragon Balls as he earlier gave Bulma. When Zamasu quickly got fed up to ask about was how to use them, Zunō informed Zamasu about the need to state one's wish in the language of the gods, though Zamasu was a bit annoyed to learn that he needs to make a cheesy pun to summon the dragon.
Zamasu next asked about the location of all Super Dragon Balls, Zunō at first refused to answer any further questions but after physically threatened by the former Kaiō, the all-knowing entity explained that they were used just a little while ago and so could not be used again for a period of time equivalent to the lifespan of a cockroach — roughly one year. Zunō later was enforced to told him the location of each ball, and everything about Son Gokū.
Dragon Ball Super (manga)
See also: Dragon Ball Super#Manga
Hakaishin Champa Arc (manga)
In Other Media
While he did not make an appearance himself, Zunō's hairstyle appears as a "wig" in Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2, entitled "Lord Zuno's Topknot Wig".
- Zunō's name is likely taken from "brain" (頭脳, zunō), reflecting his special ability, with the same pronounciation but spelling to katakana.
- His designation is based on the traditional Japanese character of Fukusuke, a figure representing good luck.