Since Mosco can only communicate through electronic sounds, he has the duty to translate what is he saying, and mimics the God's tone.
Unlike many other angels who are usually unfazed by events, Campari like Ea was scared and hid behind Mosco when Narirama charged at the three of them possibly not expecting that to happen. Likewise, unlike most of his kind, he does seem to care for his fellow deities to some degree, as in the manga, Campari outright lied to Zeno to save Mosco and Ea from his wrath after they misspoke.
During the Tournament of Power, he is visibly confident on his Universe's modified warriors, however, unlike most other Angels, he is genuinely frustrated or shocked when they're outmatched and ultimately knocked out such as Narirama and Maji Kayo.
Dragon Ball Super
Universe Survival Saga
Main article: Universe Survival Saga In the manga, Campari gets summoned to Zeno's Palace alongside the other deities. When Mosco says something disrespectful and noticing Ea's inability to explain this to the Great Priest and Zeno, Campari lies to them, which diffuses the situation. Campari quietly advises Ea that he needs to learn when is a good time to lie. He then heals Mosco at the end of the manga's Zen Exhibition Match.
Campari, alongside Mosco and Ea, attended the Zen Exhibition Match. Since Mosco can only communicate through beeping sounds, he has to translate what he is saying. Later on, Nigrisshi shows him Narirama's functions. During the Tournament of Power, he is semi-shocked when Narirama' Super Survival Mode was stopped by Hit and Basil.
Being Mosco's martial arts teacher, it can be assumed Campari is stronger than him, making him the strongest being in Universe 3. However, as he was seen hiding behind his lord for safety when Narirama charges at them, it can equally be assumed that Mosco is actually stronger (or at least more resilient) than the angel.
Techniques and special abilities
- Japanese: Bin Shimada
- English: TBA
- Like all Gods of Destruction and Angels, Campari's name is a pun of a type of alcohol. Campari's name is a pun of the Italian liqueur of the same name.