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Roselle was a warrior from Universe 9 and a member of Team Universe 9.

Appearance

Roselle was a humanoid bat, he greatly resembled a Gargoyle or winged demon in appearance. He had green skin and an extra eye on his forehead which was red in color

Personality

Frieza stated that Roselle and the other Universe 9 fighters had a roughness about them. However, he was shown to be terrified when Frieza used his death beam to damage one of his wings, and jumped away without realizing he fell out of bounds.

Biography

Dragon Ball Super

Universal Survival Saga

Main article: Universe Survival Saga

Sorell and Comfrey being erased

Roselle and Sorrel being erased

During the Tournament of Power, Roselle tried to attack Frieza from behind, but Frieza fired a death beam over his shoulder, and damaged Roselle's wing, causing him to fall. Frieza approached Roselle, and told him he will be his playmate. After most of his team had been eliminated, Roselle begged Frieza to stop. Frieza said they were just getting started, and gave Roselle an evil smile, causing Roselle to leap off the stage. He appeared beside Sidra and Sorrel on the bench, and was relieved until Sidra reminded him he was out of bounds. He was later erased by Zen-Oh and Future Zen-Oh.

Power

He was confident in attacking Frieza even knowing he had defeated Napapa possible believing Freezia might have wasted some of his stamina enough, however he was effortlessly beaten by Final Form Frieza's Death Beam.

Techniques and Abilities

  • Flight – His wings allow him natural flight.

Voice actors

  • Japanese: TBA
  • English: TBA

Battles

  • Roselle vs. Frieza (Final Form)

Trivia

  • His name is the same as Roselle, a species of Hibiscus probably native to West Africa.
  • He seems to be based on a Gargoyle, a winged demon like statue which usually become guardian of tall buildings such as castle and towers.
  • Roselle was the seventh member of Team Universe 9 to be eliminated from the Tournament of Power. Overall he placed 72nd out of 80 competitors.

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