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Towa
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東和
Tōwa
Debut Dragon Ball Online
Race Demon
Gender Female
Address Demon Realm
Occupation Scientist[1]
Allegiance Time Breakers
Family
  • Mira (creation/husband)[1]
  • Fu (son)[1]
  • Dabura (brother)[2]
  • Beelzebub (nephew)
  • Towa (トワ or 東和) is a female demon from the Demon Realm and one of the two main villains in the computer game Dragon Ball Online and a major villain in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse.

    Overview

    Name

    Towa's name presumably comes from the Japanese word "Towa" which means "eternity".

    Personality

    Like Mira, Towa thinks she is better than everyone else. She is cold and cruel, as shown by her attitude toward the apparent loss of Mira. She enjoys brainwashing people, and does not hesitate to use the technology on anyone.

    Biography

    Dragon Ball Online

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    Towa's first appearance in Online

    Towa was originally a brilliant scientist from the Demon World, and the younger sister of Dabura, but she "betrayed" the Demon World after joining up with Mira, an artificial being created by condensing the DNA of various masters. In reality Towa plans on collecting enough energy to break the seal on the Demon Realm. She and Mira have a son named Fu, who will have a big influence on the world when he grows up.[1]

    Towa is seen on Namek in the fourth and following Time Travel Missions. She manages to possess Cui, Zarbon, Dodoria, Recoome, and even Captain Ginyu as a frog. Also, she displays the ability to transform characters into giants; she first attempts this ability on Cui, but had not perfected it and causes him to shrink slightly instead. She perfects her ability shortly after, and uses it on several Planet Trade Organization commanders and soldiers. She also collects a sample of blood from Nail, and turns the frog in Ginyu's body against the heroes.

    Towa also gave Captain Bacterian on Earth the mission to gather energy for helping Cell-X to grow. When Cell-X became impatient, he left Captain Bacterian's dungeon for an abandoned cave behind a waterfall where other Cell-like creatures continue to help him collect energy.

    Dragon Ball: Xenoverse

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    Towa and Mira on Earth

    Towa and Mira continue their quest to bring about the destruction of history, with Towa also aiming to collect Kili energy.

    They are first encountered by the Future Warrior on Namek after the Warrior successfully helped defeated Captain Ginyu, the Ginyu Force, and recovered the Namekian Dragon Balls. While the Z-Fighters are celebrating the defeat of the Ginyu Force, the Future Warrior notices Towa hiding nearby behind a rock. Realizing the Future Warrior has detected her presence, Towa walks out from her hiding spot with Mira, complementing the Warrior by saying their pretty sharp. Towa realizes the Future Warrior is the one who's snooping around and sarcastically hopes they are not planning on interfering with their plan, say that it would be a mistake to cross them to which Mira adds the words a costly mistake, before he tells the Warrior he will eliminate them here and now, then powers up. Mira then fights the Future Warrior while Towa watches the battle from afar. As the Warrior fights Mira, Towa mentions to the Warrior that they've been altering history and making it far more interesting, though due to the Warrior's actions their changes have been undone, much to Towa's dismay. However she did find the Warrior's accidental body Body Change with Ginyu amusing, taunting the Warrior by calling it a splendid move on the Warrior part and that it made her laugh. After the brief fight Mira is revealed to be unimpressed by the Warrior's power and is disappointed. Mira then states it's over and he will take their energy and put it to good use, but is stopped by Towa who begins interrogating the Warrior asking who they work for and who is helping them, realizing they couldn't have managed to travel through time alone just to fight her and Mira. However the Future Warrior gives her the silent treatment. Towa decides not to force the issue and tells Mira they will leave them alone for now, as long as Mira doesn't mind that is. She also states that the Warrior is nothing to them at this point and she can't extract enough energy from them at this point anyway, indicating that she senses some latent potential in the Warrior. Towa and Mira then decide move onto the next era. Before leaving, Towa says she will let the little Warrior live for now, but if the Warrior interferes with their plans again they we'll have the Warrior erased from existence.

    While trying to alter the events of the Cell Games, Towa and Mira encounter Future Warrior and Future Trunks on Earth. Towa has Mira fight them while she goes and takes away Gohan's energy in order to have Cell defeat him, she then retreats with Mira.

    A secondary part of Towa's agenda is that she wants revenge on Majin Buu for killing her brother Dabura. So she sends Mira to kill Goku and Majin Buu and take their energy.

    After the defeat of Demigra, Towa finds what remained of Mira, and begins to make plans for revenge.

    Power

    Towa is strong enough that when base Future Trunks fights her off-screen, she is able to escape from him.

    Techniques and special abilities

    • Flight – Towa is capable of flight.
    • Time Breaker mind control – Using her staff, Towa can launch a beam which transforms the entity hit into a Time Breaker.
      • Resurrection – Towa can revive people when turning them into Time Breakers.
      • Size Manipulation – Using her staff, Towa can shrink or grow someone under her control.
        • Giant Form – After finalizing her experiments, Towa can increase the size and power of a Time Breaker.
    • Towa's Dark Magic – Towa is capable of using dark magic invented by Démigra in order to power up people into darker, eviler, and more powerful entities.

    Voice actors

    • Japanese dub: Masako Katsuki
    • English dub: Stephanie Young

    Gallery

    References

    1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Dragon Ball Online Taiwanese guidebook
    2. Dragon Ball Xenoverse, 2015

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