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Shin
Shin[1]
シン
Alternative Name(s) Kaiōshin of the East (ひがしかいおうしん, Higashi no Kaiōshin; FUNimation "Eastern Supreme Kai"; Literally meaning "World King God of the East")[2]
[3]Kaiōshin (かいおうしん; FUNimation "Supreme Kai", Viz "Lord of Lords"; Literally meaning "World King God")
Personal Data
Universe 7th Universe Symbol 7th Universe
Galaxy East Galaxies
Race Shinling
Birthplace World Tree
Gender Genderless
Voice Actors
English Kent Williams
Japanese Yūji Mitsuya
Professional Status
Occupation(s) Kaiōshin Symbol Kaiōshin
Partner(s) Kibito
Previous Partner(s)
Headquarters Kaiōshin Realm
First Appearance
Manga Debut Chapter 437
Anime Debut DBK102
DBZ213
Family
Techniques
Tools
Image Gallery

Shin (シン) is one of the 7th Universe's Kaiōshin, who alongside Elder Kaiōshin and the Hakaishin Beerus, maintains balance within their universe.

Background

During Shin's service as the Kaiōshin of the East (ひがしかいおうしん, Higashi no Kaiōshin; FUNimation "Eastern Supreme Kai"; Literally meaning "World King God of the East") of the 7th Universe's Eastern quadrant, Shin was the youngest and most inexperienced amongst the fellow Kaiōshin.

Personality

Appearance

EastKaioshdin

Shin's full appearance.

Shin is a being of short stature, with light pink skin — light purple in the anime — a large mohawk, and stern black eyes. He wears the traditional Kaiōshin garb — a puffed sleeved outfit with a blue sash, dark blue pants, a dark blue robe with gold lining, buttoned at the chest, and white boots. In the anime, Shin's sleeved outfit is colored light blue, the sash is orange, the pants are the same light blue, and his shoes are a vivid red. Like some Kaiōshin, he wears green Potara earrings, which are colored yellow in the anime.

Abilities

As a Kaiōshin, Shin has many abilities that are beyond most mortals ability to comprehend or accomplish. In terms of power, he was vastly superior to Piccolo during the time of the 25th Tenka-Ichi Budōkai despite his large gains in power since the Cell Game. His attendant Kibito even claimed he could kill Freeza at full power with just one blow (prior to his training to become Golden Freeza at least), something which Son Gokū thought was amazing.

Part III

See also: Dragon Ball Z

25th Tenka-Ichi Budōkai Arc

Shin alongside Kibito enter the 25th Tenka-Ichi Budōkai and qualify after passing the preliminaries, he meets the Dragon Team during the break before the matchmaking, Son Gokū is who he is interested in having a spar with and see how strong he is and before going to where the matchmaking takes place he hand shake with him.[4] During the matchmaking Piccolo is assigned as Shin's opponent.[5]

Majin Bū Arc

Part IV

See also: Dragon Ball Super

God and God Arc

Hakaishin Champa Arc

"Future" Trunks Arc

Universe Survival Arc

Dragon Ball Super (manga)

See also: Dragon Ball Super#Manga

God and God Arc (manga)

Kibito Kaioshin defuse

Shin and Kibito apologize for using the dragon balls.

After Kibito Kaiōshin collected the Nameccian Dragon Balls to get them out of Champa's grasp, only to find that they were not what he was looking for. Kibito Kaiōshin eventually used them to defuse themselves back into Shin and Kibito, much to Elder Kaiōshin's annoyance.[6]

Hakaishin Champa Arc (manga)

"Future" Trunks Arc (manga)

In Other Timelines

Trunks' Timeline

Main article: Shin (Future) In Trunks' timeline in the future, Shin overlooked his training in preparation for Majin Bū's revival. Upon taking action, Shin lost its life in the aftermath of fighting Babidi's Forces.[7]

In Other Media

Trivia

KibitoShinKanzenban

Shin's colour scheme.

  • On Kanzenban volume covers, Shin is depicted with light pink skin, contradicting his earlier colour scheme in Dragon Ball Volume 37. Furthermore, Shin's coloratization in the Digital Color Edition is a blend of the Kanzenban and the anime's rendition of Shin, leaving him with the light pink skin of the Kanzenban but the clothing color scheme of the anime.
  • In the localization for the Supersonic Warriors series, Shin is erroneously called "King Kai" and yet referred to as "Supreme Kai" in dialogue.

References

  1. Daizenshū 5, page 120
  2. Daizenshū 4, page 54
  3. Dragon Ball: Super Exciting Guide: Character Volume, page 66
  4. Dragon Ball chapter 437
  5. Dragon Ball chapter 438
  6. Dragon Ball Super chapter 4
  7. Dragon Ball Super chapter 15, pages 38-39

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