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Kikaza (キカザ Kikaza) is a member of the Galactic Bandit Brigade.

Appearance

Kikaza is a slender and attractive alien woman, having pointed and sharp ears. She has uneven hair with the left side of her hair flowing down her face while the right goes to her scalp. Kikaza wears an outfit resembling Miza's and her uniform is wrapped around her waist. She wears black arm sleeves and a mini tube top.

Personality

Kikaza, like Iwaza, is rather obident towards Miza and follows her orders, just as she did to agree to fuse upon being cornered.  

Biography

Dragon Ball Super

Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga

Main article: Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga Alongside the other prisoners, Iwaza and Kikaza are released by Moro's second wish, they then proceed to take over the facility and re-secure Saganbo's Ship - promptly using it to head to New Namek.

Roshi vs Female convicts

The female convicts against Master Roshi

When the Galactic Bandit Brigade head for Earth, Iwaza and Kikaza along with Miza are among the criminals who head off in order to steal some of the planets treasure. When Master Roshi gives chase to them, the trio beat him and knock him through the forest clearing. Miza vows to get payback, calling him an old creep but when Roshi decides to fight blindfolded, the trio are unable to land a single blow. Frustrated and refusing to take Roshi's advice of returning to the Galactic Prison, Miza suggests that the trio fuse together though it is ultimately defeated by Goku upon returning to Earth.

Power

Miza, Iwaza and Kikaza together were initially able to overpower Master Roshi. Krillin noted that while they had powerful chi, they should not be a match for Master Roshi when utilising his Ultra Instinct-like ability that he used against Jiren. Upon covering his eyes to rid himself of distractions, the trio of female convicts were unable to land a single blow against him.

Techniques and special abilities

Battles

  • Miza, Iwaza and Kikaza vs. Master Roshi

Trivia

  • Kikaza and her teammates all get their names from the Japanese maxim of the "three wise monkeys", with Kikaza's own name coming from Kikazaru (聞かざる), the "hear no evil" monkey.

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