"Hey, we're still the baddest ogres in the land. No one can beat us."
Goz (ゴズ Gozu) is a large ogre in charge of Hell alongside Mez. King Yemma is his boss and also the only oni who is stronger than Goz. In original Japanese, Goz speaks with adding おに ("oni") to the end of each sentence.
Goz's skin is blue, he has purple hair, and one horn.
Dragon Ball Z
Main article: Vegeta Saga
He stops Goku from eating Ensenji (King Yemma's Fruit) by hitting him with a spiked club. Then, Goz challenges him to wrestling match and toys with him for some time, pretending to help him leave Hell, such as Goz's Flying Machine.
Majin Buu Saga
Main articles: Great Saiyaman Saga and Kid Buu Saga Goz and Mez later reappear in "Warriors of the Dead" where they are shown to be in hiding from Cell, King Cold, Frieza, and the Ginyu Force. It was also implied in this scene that they would have told Cell and his rioters how to escape from Hell had they caught them in order to save their own lives, as they mentioned that they would tell them where the secret lair was when they thought Goku and Pikkon were with Cell and his rebels.
They reappear watching the fight between Kid Buu and Goku (and were also impressed by Kid Buu's putting up a fight).
Dragon Ball GT
Super 17 Saga
Goz is the second strongest ogre in Hell, losing only to King Yemma.
- Video Games
Video Game Appearances
- Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan
- Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku
- Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu
- Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans
- Japanese: Masaharu Satō (DBZ ep. 13), Ryōichi Tanaka (DBZ ep. 95), Hisao Egawa (DBZ ep. 195), Ryō Horikawa (DBZ ep. 280)
- Latin American Spanish dub: Jose Luis Castañeda
- Brazilian Portuguese dub: Bruno Rocha, Fadu Costa
- Jose Luis Castañeda provides the voice of Goz in the Latin American dub, except in the episode "Warriors of the Dead" when Cell and his fellow villain rioters wreak havoc in Hell. This is probably because Castañeda also voiced King Cold and Burter and both appeared in that same episode. That would make him the third character in the same scene so the change may have been intentional.