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  • Saiyan
  • Gender
  • ギネ
  • Date of Death:
  • Age 737
  • Debut:
  • Manga: Dragon Ball Minus - The Departure of the Fated Child,
  • Movie: Dragon Ball Super: Broly
  • Occupation
  • Soldier (formerly)
  • Meat distribution employee
  • Allegiance
  • Frieza Force
  • Saiyan Army
  • Other World Defense Force
  • Address
  • Bardock's House
  • Relatives
  • Bardock (husband)
  • Bagge (father in law)
  • Raditz (son)
  • Kakarot (son)
  • Chi-Chi (daughter-in-law)
  • Gohan (grandson)
  • Goten (grandson)
  • Pan (great-granddaughter)
  • Maaku (great-grandson)
  • Gochan (great-grandson)
  • Goku Jr. (descendant)

  • Gine (ギネ) is a female Saiyan, the wife of Bardock, and the mother of Raditz and Kakarot.

    Appearance Edit

    Gine is a woman of average height and slender build. She had a lighter-pale skin complexion, onyx eyes, and shaggy black hair reaching her shoulders. Her hair bears a resemblance to her eldest son Raditz's, except much shorter and with bangs. She wore a sleeveless black bodysuit and dark green combat armor highlighted with bronze and outlined by white, in addition to purple armbands and white boots. Her armor also had a thigh-length hoop. Like all Saiyans in her respective universe, she naturally possesses a tail, which unlike most adult Saiyans, she lets sway freely rather than securing it around her waist.

    • Gine in Dragon Ball SF

    Personality Edit

    Gine had a gentle and caring personality similar to her youngest son and both her grandsons, and because of that, she was not cut out for fighting. Even more, she developed a genuine union of companionship with Bardock; a rare case for Saiyans, who normally do not develop male-female relationships except for breeding purposes.

    However, despite her gentleness, she is shown to be protective of her youngest son, as she briefly argues with Bardock about sending Kakarot to Earth as an infiltration baby, knowing it is dangerous. She is also shown to be proud of Raditz for being assigned to invade a planet with the Saiyan Prince Vegeta, showing that she loves both of her sons.

    Background Edit

    Gine used to be a member of Bardock's Planet Elite Force. While she was a part of that team, Bardock routinely saved her from many dangers on the battlefield. This caused her to develop romantic feelings for him, which Bardock eventually began to return and the two grew to have a special bond. As she was not cut out for fighting, Gine went on to work at the meat distribution center on Planet Vegeta. She bears Bardock two sons, the first named Raditz, and the second named Kakarot.

    Dragon Ball Minus: The Departure of the Fated Child Edit

    Dragon Ball Super: Broly Edit


    Gine and Bardock

    On Planet Vegeta, Gine is butchering meat when Bardock returns from a mission and both greet each other in a hug. She tells Bardock that Raditz is already a fighter, and is working with Prince Vegeta. Since they are far away, though, they have not returned yet. When

    Bardock asks if Kakarot is still in the incubator, she replies affirmatively and tells that it took three years. Gine then says that she will take Kakarot out soon. A while later, Bardock tells Gine that he will steal an Attack Ball in the night so that they can send Kakarot to another planet. Gine questions Bardock, who reassures her that it is for Kakarot's sake. Gine remarks that it is not like a Saiyan (specifically Bardock) to worry about his children. Bardock shoots back that her uncharacteristic softness rubbed off on him.


    Gine, Kakarot (Goku) & Bardock

    Later on, when Bardock brings the Attack Ball at night, he and Gine put a little grown and distraught Kakarot in it. Gine suggests they all run away, but Bardock says it is no use since they would immediately be found through the scouters. Gine nervously reassures her son that if his father is just overthinking this, they will come after him right away. Bardock warns Kakarot not to look for too long at the full moon; they will tell Raditz about this too and Kakarot's whereabouts. Bardock also warns Kakarot to watch out for the Galactic Patrolmen as the pod rockets Bardock puts his arm around Gine and both watch their son leaving. Gine is presumed to be killed along with most of the other Saiyans when Frieza destroys Planet Vegeta.

    Dragon Ball SF Edit

    Azure Saga Edit


    Gine and Bardock flashback in Dragon Ball SF

    Bardock makes a appearance in the first chapter of Dragon Ball SF. In Age 737, Bardock and Gine secretly send Goku off on the opposite side of the planet so Frieza's ship can't see him escaping in an unauthorized departure to Earth.Gine informs Raditz of Kakarot's departure to Earth which he mistakenly assumes to be a Saiyan Army authorized mission to invade Earth.

    Gine vs Mutchy (DBSF)

    Gine defeats Mutchy in Dragon Ball SF

    Years later in Age 797, Gine is still deceased and him along with Bardock and Raditz now work for King Yemma and are apart of the Other World Defense Force. In Chapter 6 of Dragon Ball SF, She is seen helping his team fight against deceased villains in Hell.


    • Manga

    Before she retired from Bardock's team, Gine was a low-class Saiyan warrior. However, unlike her husband and sons, her gentle personality apparently made her unsuited for combat and Bardock routinely had to save her from the dangers of the battle field, indicating either low fighting ability and/or due to her lacking the ruthlessness of her husband and comrades. As a result, Gine retired from the army and went to work as a Saiyan meat distribution employee.


    • Flight – Gine can manipulate her ki to counter gravity and fly.
    • Ki Blast – A simple bolt of energy launched at the opponent.
    • Guard Boost - A supportive technique where the user transfers some of their ki to an ally to increase the ally's defensive guard power.
    • Full Power Energy Wave - A powerful Eenrgy Wave capable of causing massive damage.
    • Chou Makouhou - used while transformed into a Great Ape.
    • Energy Ballet - learned from Fasha. a barrage of powerful ki blasts.
    • Ki Sense - An ability that allows the user to sense ki and power levels. learned in Dragon Ball SF.

    Great ApeEdit

    Gine has a tail and, by extension, the ability to turn into one when exposed to Blutz Waves produced naturally from sunlight reflected off celestial bodies like a full-Moon or an artificial sources such as a Power Ball just as all Saiyans with tails can. While it is unknown what her mental state was in this form, it is likely that as a low-level Saiyan of below-average capacities, she was reduced to a feral beast much like her sons and eldest grandson.

    • Scouter - Like most members of the Saiyan Army, Gine uses a Scouter to read and detect power levels as well as a communication device before she retires from the Saiyan army.


    • Like other Saiyans, her name is based on that of a vegetable; in this case, the spring onion (葱, negi in Japanese).
    • Coincidentally, her name also makes up the last four letters of the word aubergine, the French and British name for the eggplant.
    • Ironically enough, with the retcon of Bardock and Gine themselves sending Goku to Earth, it further enhances the similarities between Superman and Goku. Namely being, both were aliens sent in spaceships off world by their parents in wake of their homeworld's imminent destruction, who landed on Earth, were found raised by kindly elderly adopted parents and became the Earth's greatest heroes, though in the case of Planet Vegeta it was purely coincidental as opposed to the destruction of Krypton, which was known of ahead of time.
    • Though her gentle hearted personality was considered by the Saiyan Army to be a weakness, unbeknownst to herself or Bardock her gentle spirit would have ironically made it easier for Gine to accumulate S-Cells through training and/or Saiyan Power. Though she herself hasn't achieved it in any official media, her son and grandsons were able to accumulate enough S-Cells to transform into Super Saiyans due to sharing her gentle spirit.

    Dragon Ball Extended Universe
    Dragon Ball Minus
    Dragon Ball Minus Warrior Saga - Kami Saga - Conflict Saga - New Era Saga
    Dragon Ball SF
    Dragon Ball SF Azure Saga - After Future Saga - 32nd Tenkaichi Budōkai Saga - TBA - TBA

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