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Alternate names Miira
The Pale Man
Demon King Mira
Debut Dragon Ball Online
Race Earthling[1]/Artificial Being[2]/Demon[2]
Gender Male
Address Demon Realm
Allegiance Time Breakers
  • Towa (creator/wife)[2]
  • Fu (son)[2]
  • Dabura (brother-in-law)
  • Beelzebub (nephew)
  • Mira (ミラ) is an artificial being from the Demon Realm, and one of the two main villains in the computer game Dragon Ball Online, and also a major villain in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse. His name is an anagram for mirai, meaning "future" in Japanese. He is said to be the new Demon King after Dabura's death.


    Mira's goal is to become the strongest being in the universe, and to do this he integrates the DNA of various masters into himself; he and the Time Breakers seek Goku's DNA for this purpose. It is also implied that Mira possess Frieza's DNA.



    Mira is a Demon Earthling[1] from the future who was created by Towa, accomplished by condensing the DNA of various masters. He and Towa, a brilliant scientist from the Demon World, have a son named Fu, who will have a big influence on the world when he grows up.[2] Towa and Mira are the commanders of the Time Breakers. Mira eventually stole the "Time Passport", a device that made leaping through time possible. Mira's forces' constant leaping through time began creating paradoxes and threatened the stability of reality.[1]

    Dragon Ball Online


    Mira in-game appearance

    In Age 853, Mira and his army of androids attack New Namek attempting to find the Dragon Balls; the Namekians will not surrender the balls, so Mira destroys New Namek using a Spirit Bomb with energy gathered from all of his soldiers, causing the Namekians to evacuate to Earth using Porunga just before the planet's destruction.[1]


    Mira in Dragon Ball Online

    Mira invades Earth in Age 1000, and successfully conquers it in Age 2000. He recruits remnants of Frieza's Planet Trade Organization, as well as powerful Earthling mercenaries known as the Red Pants Army. He then proceeds to use his might and manpower to gather life energy. However, he eventually learns of Goku, and uses a Time Machine to travel back in time to steal Goku's DNA. During his time travels, Mira is discovered by Dende, who enlists Future Trunks to hunt him down, resulting in the formation of the Time Patrol.


    Mira in-game appearance

    In the fourth Time Travel Quest, Mira uses a surprise attack to knock out Trunks. Bardock, whom Mira had collected and taken under his control, regained his self-control and betrayed Mira, using a Kamikaze explosion attack to seemingly kill both of them. After Future Trunks leaves in his Time Machine, Mira emerges from the smoke unharmed, revealing that the enemies are tougher than they seemed.

    Dragon Ball: Xenoverse

    Towa and Mira xenoverse

    Towa and Mira on Earth

    Mira continues his quest to become the strongest. He and Towa travel through time and make history darker by transforming numerous villains and heroes alike into "Villainous" characters under their command. At some point during the story, Mira and Towa encounter Future Trunks on Earth. Mira later takes part in a battle on Namek, fighting the Future Warrior.

    When the Future Warrior attacks Towa after the battle with the Future Androids, Mira suddenly appears and protects her.

    XN - Mira dies

    Mira's death

    When Super Saiyan 3 Goku is about to fight Majin Buu, Towa sends Mira to interrupt the battle. However, the Future Warrior arrives and engages Mira in battle, Mira and the Future Warrior fight until the two charge each other; Mira then attempts to kill the Future Warrior with an energy wave, but the Future Warrior dodges and fires an energy wave at Mira, disintegrating him.

    However, when Démigra is defeated, it is shown that a small, cell-like piece from within Mira's chest crystal survives and is retrieved by Towa. This seemingly appears to be his core, which beats similar to a heart. Mira seems to still be able to communicate even if this piece is all that remains of him.


    Piccolo states that his power is not enough to deal with Mira.[1] Mira is able to remain equal in battle against Future Trunks and the rest of the Time Patrol. Mira is also able to survive Evil Bardock's self-destruction technique without taking any damage. 

    In Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, Mira and Towa both believe that Mira could quickly defeat both Super Saiyan 3 Goku and Majin Buu at the same time. However the Future Warrior manages to defeat Mira during their final battle.

    Techniques and special abilities

    Mira energywave

    Mira fires an energy wave

    • Flight – Mira is capable of flight.
    • Ki Blast – The most basic form of energy wave. Used in Dragon Ball Heroes. Mira's are pure black with red lightning.
    • Power Up – Mira can amplify his energy to increase his power.
    • Time Travel – Using the "Time Passport", Mira can freely travel through time.[1]
    • Spirit Bomb – Mira uses a Spirit Bomb with energy gathered from all of his forces in order to destroy New Namek.[1] He can also use this technique in Dragon Ball Heroes.
    • Death Slash – Frieza's technique, A purple energy wave that slashes enemies.
    • Minus Energy Power Ball – Omega Shenron's technique. Mira uses this technique as one of his ultimate blasts in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse.
    • Full Power Energy Wave – Mira uses a large energy wave against Future Trunks in Dragon Ball Online. He is capable of using a yellow Full Power Energy Wave in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse, and also a more powerful red one. 
    • Shining Friday – Raditz's technique, Mira uses this technique in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse.
    • Bomber DX – Nappa's technique, Mira fires a giant cylinder of ki out his palm in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse.
    • Weekend – A stronger version of the Double Sunday attack originally used by Raditz. One of Mira's Ultimate Skills in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse.
    • Time Breaker mind control – Used in Dragon Ball Online to turn Bardock into Evil Bardock.
    • Galick Beam Cannon - A Galick Gun imitation filled with dark energy.
    • Android Kick - Mira preforms a spinning jump and then launches a dark energy enhanced flying kick.
    • Majin Kamehameha - A imitation of Kamehameha technique used by Majin Buu and the Majin race, that Mira can use thanks to Majin Buu's DNA. One of Mira's Super Skills in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse
    • Death Beam - Frieza's technique and One of Mira's Super skills in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse.
    • Perfect Kamehameha - One of Mira's Ultimate Skills in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse.
    • Infinity Explosion - A chargeable explosion of dark ki.
    • Serious Bomb - Mira's as-of-yet incomplete Ultimate move, An uppercut followed with a one-handed ball of energy. Mira's personal Ultimate Skill in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse.

    Video games appearances


    Mira with Evil Bardock in Dragon Ball Heroes

    In Dragon Ball Heroes, Mira makes his debut as a boss in Jaaku Mission 8, he will make his debut as a playable character in the God Mission series.

    Voice actors

    Major battles

    • Mira vs. Time Patrollers and Evil Bardock
    • Mira vs. Future Warrior
    • Mira vs. Future Warrior (Base/Super Saiyan/Super Saiyan 2)



    1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 Dragon Ball Online Korean guidebook
    2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 Dragon Ball Online Taiwanese guidebook

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