Sugoro and his son Shusugoro had been marooned in the Sugoroku Space region when their ship was destroyed. Assuming the shape of a bluish alien, Sugoro inhabited the region with his son secretly assuming the shape of a board game die. Both challenged visitors to a life-sized board game, with the promise that the visitor could leave Sugoroku Space if he or she won; but the game also carried the consequence of death to any visitor who lost.
Dragon Ball GT
Main article: Baby Saga
After Kibito Kai's attempt to save Goku from Baby Vegeta, Goku was caught in a realm known as Sugoroku Space. Sugoro's "lucky streak" had won him 32,547,000 games by the time Goku arrived, though this was undoubtedly due to his die-shaped son manipulating the outcome of the rolls. Goku accepted Sugoro's challenge, and Sugoro easily advanced through the rigged game, while Goku struggled to make any progress. Shortly before Sugoro won the game, Goku discovered the duo's deception, and accused the two of cheating. At that instant, a number of ambient voices belonging to the caretakers who oversee the realm expressed outrage over Sugoro's "tampering with fate", and began shaking apart the entire area. Despite almost losing the game to Sugoro's cheating, Goku opted to help the lemur and his son escape, and then Sugoro explained his story to Goku and that they had only continued rigging the game so they could keep winning and stay in Sugoroku Space rather than die.
Goku, Sugoro and Shusugoro managed to escape from Sugoroku Space and, from there, they were transported to the Sacred World of the Kais by Kibito Kai. Sugoro expressed his gratitude, and later had his son transform into a pair of pliers to expedite Old Kai's plan of regrowing Goku's tail.
Video game appearances
Sugoro appears in the cutscenes in Dragon Ball GT: Transformation.
- Japanese: Bin Shimada
- FUNimation dub: Brice Armstrong
- Blue Water dub: Jonathan Love
- Brazilian Portuguese dub: Ivo Roberto