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Melee has light-pink colored skin, red hair, pointy ears, and wears a blue crown on her head. Her primary weapon is a kunai-like weapon tied to a red string. Alongside Gola, she guards the inner entrace to the Demon World. She meets Goku in his attempt to find Shula, the demon ruler, who has kidnapped a girl, Princess Misa, from the human world. She was originally going to fight him, but after she sees his small fight against her partner Gola, she changes her mind. Instead, Melee decides to let him pass, but not before trying to give him a chance to turn back. Goku chooses to keep going, and Melee lets him go onward, to Shula's party.
Misa also distracted Shula with her Kunai, when Goku was about to use his Kamehameha. When Goku defeats Shula, and has Misa in tow, the other demons chase after him. Melee adviced Goku to pull out the sword at the door of the realm. Melee and Gola block the path of the demons chasing them under the pretext of requirement of pass.
Goku then shuts the door to Demon World forever. After the door is shut, Melee tells Shula that now only those with a special key can enter the Demon World, the way that it should have been from the start. She then tells Shula, that its good for people to learn defeat. Afterwards, Shula decides to continue on with the party rather than punish Melee for interfering. Melee and Gola follow him back into the depths of Demon World.
- Swordsmanship – Melee is seen carrying a sword with her. She is then assumed to be skilled in combat with a sword.
- Kunai – Melee uses a single kunai to fight. This kunai is tied to her right arm by a red string that she wears like a necklace on her neck. She uses her kunai for her super attack Dark Kunai Attack in Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle.
Video Game Appearances
- Melee's name is a reference to melee combat, which is close-quarters combat using a non-missile weapon like a sword, spear, axe, club, or halberd. Melee is also a French word for "brawl".