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"I just did them a favor by fusing them with Lord Luud. They'll be of much better service to him now, rather than dancing and prancing around like a bunch of show-tune obsessed idiots!"
— "Lord Luud's Curse"

Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy, known as Mutchy Motchy (ムッチー・モッチー Mutchī Motchī) in the original Japanese version, is the puppet leader of the Luud Cult, he is subservient to the Machine Mutant disguised as a whip: Mutchy.


Dragon Ball GT[]

Black Star Dragon Ball Saga[]

Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy is a prominent dignitary of the cult. Using the Para Brothers he lures and later attacks Goku, Pan and Trunks when they arrive on Planet Luud, but is defeated when his robot named Leon explodes on him.


Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy is able to use whip Mutchy at rapid speeds to hit foes, with a sneak attack he downs Trunks, however he is unable to hit Goku until Goku gets in close, at which point he uses Trick Shot to injure the Saiyan.

Afterwards, he is easily killed by the explosion caused by Leon's death.

Techniques and Special Abilities[]

  • Flight – The ability to fly with the use of ki.
  • Mutchy - Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy uses Mutchy's whip form as his primary weapon.
  • Trick Shot (トリックショット) – Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy fires his Ray Gun at his opponent. Named in Dragon Ball Heroes.



In Dragon Ball GT: Transformation, Mutchy is the transformation of Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy. Additionally in the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball GT, Mutchy claims Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy was a part of him while the narrator calls Mutchy the "true form" of Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy. In the original Japanese version, Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy and Mutchy are separate entities.

Video Game Appearances[]

Under the name Motchī (モッチー), he playable since the sixth mission (GDM6).

In World Mission, Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy and Mutchy appear as separate playable characters.

Voice Actors[]


  • Cardinal Mutchy Mutchy and Mutchy (Whip form) vs. Trunks and Goku


  • His name is based on the Japanese words for "whip" (鞭, muchi) and "carry" (持つ, motchi), referencing the fact that he is always seen carrying a whip around.
  • The original Funimation dub has Cardinal Mutchi Mutchi's voice pitched down from the original recordings whilst the remastered version keeps the voice at its original pitch. This happened with Super Buu in Dragon Ball Z as well. Weirdly enough, both are voiced by Justin Cook.