The Galaxy Soldiers are a mercenary platoon who work closely with Bojack, a ruthless Race of Hera space pirate formerly locked inside of a star by the Kais of the universe. They make their debut in Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound.
With King Kai's death following the destruction of his planet during the Cell Games, the link holding Bojack trapped is shattered, leaving him to make his escape. Tracking the energy coming from the Cell Games to Earth, Bojack travels to the planet accompanied by the Galaxy Soldiers, Bido, Kogu, Zangya and Bujin. They murdered the Intergalactic Fighters (actors portraying aliens who came to Earth to challenge the winners of the Intergalactic Tournament) and posed as them at the Intergalactic World Tournament.
Infiltrating this World Martial Arts Tournament (funded by X.S. Cash for his son's birthday), Bojack seeks to eliminate every single fighter on Earth in order to be rid of any obstacles in the way of universal conquest. While the Galaxy Soldiers frequent the arenas, Bojack waits calmly in a ruined city where the final challenge of the tournament is meant to take place. The mercenaries eventually gather the bodies of Future Trunks (who was successful in slaying Kogu), Krillin, Yamcha and Tien Shinhan. Gohan, the only fighter still standing, lashes at Bojack but is interrupted by the Galaxy Soldiers whilst Bojack watches on.
Eventually Gohan ascends to Super Saiyan 2 and effortlessly wipes out both Bujin and Bido. Becoming desperate despite insisting that Gohan cannot stop him, Bojack sacrifices his fearful, remaining underling, Zangya, when he pushes her towards Gohan and fires an energy wave straight through her. Gohan evades this, prompting the delirious Bojack to attack head-on, only for Gohan to land a punch straight through the tyrant's stomach. Bojack launches his ultimate attack, the Galactic Buster, which Gohan counters with a Super Kamehameha. The two energies clash and result in an explosion through which both Gohan and Bojack rush through to attack each other, however one final punch into the flash of light ultimately kills Bojack.
Other Dragon Ball Stories
Dragon Ball Heroes
- Prison Planet Saga
They also appear in the Prison Planet Saga where they are among several historical fighters imprisoned on the Prison Planet by Fu. They are encountered by Beat and Vegeta guarding the Two-Star Special Dragon Ball which need to be collected to escape the Prison Planet. They are much stronger than in the film as Zangya is able to fight against Super Saiyan Blue Beat, while Bido can take on God-like Saiyan Vegeta, and Kogu was able to take on God-like Saiyan Goku. However, Kogu is defeated by Future Trunks (DB Super) and Cooler with a surprise attack from behind.
- Adventure Mode
In Adventure Mode, Bojack and countless others are revived by the warping of time and space caused by Omega Shenron's negative energy in an alternate version of the GT timeline. Bojack and the Galaxy Soldiers become servants to Frieza thus serve as part of the resurgent Frieza Force which has benefited greatly from the revival of its leadership and mercenaries like the Ginyu Force as well as new additions like the Galaxy Soldiers. However they are ultimately defeated by Goku and the Z Fighters once again, who later manage to seal Omega Shenron in Ultimate Dragon Balls using the power of Goku's Super Saiyan God form undoing the warping of space and time.
- Patroller Academy Instructor, Bojack
As part of the Super Pack 3 DLC, Bojack (Base) appears as a playable character and as a new Patroller Academy Instructor for the Future Warrior. The Future Warrior can find Bojack near the Dragon Ball Pedestal where they discover he is planning to invade Conton City though is cautious as he doesn't have his crew with him at the moment. The Future Warrior must collect Galaxy Soldier outfits which can be purchased at the TP Medal Shop then speck to Bojack wearing one of them. Bojack decides to recruit them into his crew though first tests them via an Initiation Test. After they pass he decides to train them to be one of his underlings though his training involves completing various challenges before they can take his School Quest Lessons. Like most villainous Instructors, Bojack plans to conquer Conton City eventually and trains the Future Warrior mainly in the hopes of recruiting them into his crew. Bojack however is aware of the Time Patrol as he knows it is lead by Chronoa and Trunks: Xeno. Bojack also believes God of Destruction Beerus to be a myth and even dares the Future Warrior to bring Beerus to him so he can see which one of them is stronger despite being fully aware of the existence of other deities such as the Kais, though fortunately for him the Future Warrior elects not to introduce him to Beerus, as they unlike Bojack know the depths of Beerus' power first hand. Bojack's training allows the Future Warrior to learn Bojack's skills though he has a habit of berating them when they make a mistake and requires his underlings to prove their strength which presumably explains why his underlings are so powerful and ruthless as it is what Bojack expects of them.
After the 1.09.00 Update, Bojack gains a custom skillset which allows him to be customized via Partner Customization. Bojack also gains an new Dual Ultimate Attack called DUAL Grand Smasher which is a two person team attack version of Grand Smasher that can be added to Bojack's custom skillset via Partner Customization. After reaching Partner Level (maximum friendship) with Bojack as an Instructor they can learn Dual Grand Smasher by speaking to Bojack.
"What are you doing walking around here gawking like an idiot? You're a member of my crew! You need to work harder! Who ever said you could take a break, anyway? Tch... You worthless imbecile! Fine, I know just the way to light a fire under you! What we need is a fight! That ought to set you straight. Now come with me!"
— Bojack before teaching his Dual Ultimate Attack in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
He will berate them for their lax attitude and decides the best way to light a fire under them to get them to work harder is to fight alongside Bojack himself in battle and attacking together as a team using DUAL Grand Smasher the power of which increases as the level of Bojack's partner gauge fills up. This serves as just another example of how tough Bojack is on his subordinates as he doesn't even tolerate them slacking off or taking a break without his say so.
- Galaxy Soldier Outfits & Accessories
Though Bido, Bujin, Kogu, and Zangya do not appear physically they are referenced as each member of the Galaxy Soldier has an obtainable outfit while Bojack, Bujin, and Kogu have accessories as well. The male members' clothes can be worn by all races and genders (however the upper body portions of Bojack, Bido, and Kogu's clothes all feature an additional black bra-like undergarment to cover their chest when worn by females as their chest would be left exposed where it not present as it is when worn by males), though Zangya's Clothes can only be worn by females (Earthling, Saiyan, or Majin). Bojack and Kogu's Bandanas both come with wigs based on the hair style of their wearers. All Galaxy Soldier clothing and accessory options can be purchased at the TP Medal Shop in Conton City.
- Bojack's Bandana (Head Accessory) - "The bandana worn by Bojack, who once rampaged across the north, south, east, and west galaxies before being sealed away by the four Kais."
- Bojack's Clothes (Upper Body, Lower Body, & Feet) - "Clothes worn by Bojack, who once rampaged across the north, south, east, and west galaxies before being sealed away by the four Kais."
- Bido's Clothes (Upper Body, Lower Body, Hands, & Feet) - "Clothes worn by Bido, who rampaged across the galaxies with Bojack."
- Zangya's Clothes (Upper Body, Lower Body, & Feet) - "Clothes worn by Zangya, who rampaged across the galaxies with Bojack as the only female member of his company."
- Bujin's Turban (Head Accessory) - "The turban worn by Bujin, who rampaged across the galaxies with Bojack."
- Bujin's Clothes (Upper Body, Lower Body, & Feet) - "Clothes worn by Bujin, who rampaged across the galaxies with Bojack."
- Kogu's Bandana (Head Accessory) - "The bandana worn by Kogu, who rampaged across the galaxies with Bojack."
- Kogu's Clothes (Upper Body, Lower Body, & Feet) - "Clothes worn by Kogu, who rampaged across the galaxies with Bojack."
- New Parallel Quest 108 - Doppelganger Dispute!
In a time fragment timeline where Goku Black follows Future Trunks through time and faces Goku. The Time Patrol is dispatched to help out. Goku Black wanting to see more of Goku's power leaves the battle and Bojack suddenly appears to confront Goku and the Time Patrol. However, he is no match for them in his base form, but fortunately he receives the 1st stage Supervillain power-up, which causes him to bulk up slightly before reverting to normal and powering up. However even with his new power up he is ultimately defeated. It is implied that Goku Black used his Time Ring to summon Bojack in order to see more of Goku's power in order to strengthen himself as he apparently summons other villains such as Broly, Super Janemba, and Mira in their Supervillain forms to test Goku as well (in the Warrior of Hope Saga Black misuses his Time Ring to create a rift in time that allows Turles, Lord Slug, Metal Cooler, Janemba, and Broly to travel to Age 796 in Future Trunks' altered timeline so this scenario is completely plausible).
Video Game Appearances
- Dragon Ball Z: Super Butōden 2 (Bojack and Zangya only)
- Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi (Bojack only)
- Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (Bojack and Zangya only)
- Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 (Bojack and Zangya only)
- Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2 (Bojack and Zangya only)
- Dragon Ball Heroes
- Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butōden (Bojack only; part of the Frieza Force)
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (Bojack only; Future Warrior recruited as a perspective new member; other members referenced but do not appear physically)