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Future Chi-Chi is the alternate timeline counterpart of Chi-Chi in the time Future Trunks came from.

Appearance

Future Chi Chi appears nearly the same as her counterpart (save for several strands of loose hair).

Her outfit is the same as her present self wore in the Android and Cell Saga (except for the pink bun holder).

Personality

Future Chi Chi looks to be extremely depressed and sad in this timeline due to the loss of her husband Future Goku from the incurable heart virus, and that her only son Future Gohan is battling and was eventually killed by the androids

Biography

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Framed photo Future Chi-Chi keeps in her home of Goku, a young Gohan, and herself

In her timeline, her husband Future Goku died of his heart disease and cannot be wished back to life with the Dragon Balls, due to his death being a natural cause. As she cried and mourned the loss of her husband, the Earth is dominated by the Androids, all of the Z Fighters (excluding Future Gohan) are killed by Androids 17 and 18 and because of Future Piccolo's death, the Dragon Balls disappear forever as all of the Z Fighters are unable to be wished back which also kills Kami. Future Chi-Chi is one of the very few survivors. A few years after Goku's death, Chi-Chi is shown at the age of 43 and still lives in her house on Mount Paozu, with her father Future Ox-King still visiting her often. She eventually loses her 23-year-old son, Future Gohan (her only son in this timeline) to the Androids. She managed to stay alive from the androids, most likely because her house is hidden in the mountains, away from major cities the androids seemed to target, although it can be assumed that she was killed by Infinite Zamasu's Chou Makouhou Barrage, if she wasn't already killed by Goku Black.

Trivia

  • It appears that Future Chi Chi doesn't associate much with Future Bulma.
  • Future Chi Chi appears to be more aged than her present counterpart.
    • Although this could be a byproduct of her sorrow, in which negative emotions can have a consequential effect to one's health.

Voice actresses

References

  1. Weekly Shōnen Jump #37, August 12, 1986