Uub (ウーブ) is a supporting protagonist who appears near the end of the Dragon Ball manga and the anime Dragon Ball Z, and who has a much larger role in the Dragon Ball GT anime. He is the Human reincarnation of Kid Buu. Due to being the positive reincarnation of the completely evil Kid Buu, his name is a result of reversing "Buu".
Powers and Stats
Tier: 4-A | 4-A
Name: Uub | Majuub
Origin: Dragon Ball GT
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Skilled in martial arts, Fusionism, Flight, The ability to manipulate and use ki both defensively, Possibly Portal Creation (Any character stronger than Buu Saga top tiers can perform the Vice Shout with sheer power) | Shapeshifting, Transmutation, Forcefield Creation and likely other Innocent Buu abilities, Resistance to Absorption
Attack Potency: Multi-Solar System level (Superior to his previous incarnation of the anime version of Kid Buu, who in Supreme Kai's flashback gradually obliterated a Galaxy) | Multi-Solar System level (After absorbing Good Buu, he defeated General Rilldo in a single blow)
Speed: Massively FTL+ | Massively FTL+
Durability: Multi-Solar System level | Multi-Solar System level (After absorbing Good Buu)
Lifting Strength: Unknown (Physical stronger than Kid Buu and Innocent Buu)
Stamina: Very high, but can lose energy if he takes enough damage.
Range: Standard melee range. Interstellar with ki blasts and attacks.
Standard Equipment: None notable
Intelligence: Combat smart
Weaknesses: After becoming human, Uub lost both his incredible regeneration and body manipulation abilities that he had possessed as a Majin, and the extreme unpredictability and wild, ruthless nature that made Kid Buu virtually unstoppable.
- Ki Cannon: Uub's primary move before being trained by Goku. Uub blows an invisible wave of ki through his mouth.
- Flight: Taught to Uub at the beginning of his training, it is the ability to fly with the use of ki. Called sky dancing in the anime, most Z Warriors and other fighters possess this skill.
- Full Power Energy Ball: Uub used it against Goku during their training fight at Kami's Lookout.
- Final Flash-like energy wave: Uub used an attack very similar to Vegeta's Final Flash during his training with Goku at Kami's Lookout.
- Super Kamehameha: An upgraded version of the Kamehameha. The hand movements to perform the attack is the same as the Kamehameha, however the charging time takes longer due to more ki energy being put into it. He notably uses this technique during his battle against Baby Vegeta.
- Fusion (permanent): Uub and Majin Buu's ultimate weapon. When overpowered by Baby, Majin Buu and Uub use this technique and fuse permanently into a stronger version of Uub, who is soon dubbed Majuub. After fusing, his power up aura becomes pink.
- Energy Barrier: Majuub put a barrier around his body to avoid being killed when he was eaten by Baby Vegeta.
- Chocolate Beam: This was once the mighty Majin Buu's signature move, turning anything it hit into whatever the user pleases (usually chocolate, candy, or food). As Majuub lacks an antenna (Majin Buu normally fires the beam from his antenna), Majuub fires the beam from his index and middle finger instead.
- Super Energy Wave Volley: Majuub releases a rapid barrage of energy blasts at his opponents, causing a massive accumulation of damage.
- Lightning Arrow: One of Majuub's most powerful attacks. He exerts flurries of swift energy waves that inflict a large amount of damage.
- Chocolate Kamehameha: A combination of Uub's Chocolate Beam and Kamehameha, hence the title. Majuub uses this technique in an attempt to defeat Baby Vegeta, but the Tuffle parasite counters it with his own attack and hits it back at Majuub, turning him into a piece of chocolate. However, it has been stated that Uub purposely allowed Baby to deflect the attack.
- Wrestling moves: Majuub performed many wrestling moves during the 31st World Martial Arts Tournament, the most notable being a German suplex and an elbow drop/cross armbar combination.
Key: Uub | Majuub
Note: This profile is strictly for the Dragon Ball GT version of the character. The statistics of Dragon Ball GT/Movie characters are clearly part of a separate continuity, and as such tend to differ greatly from the current canon.