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The Organization of Babidi[1], also known as Babidi's Forces (バビディの部下 Babidi no Buka, lit. "Babidi's subordinates"), is the group created by the evil wizard Babidi to aid in the revival of Buu.

Babidi's minions are unwilling servants, their loyalty being the result of a mind control spell. This spell unlocks their potential and thus increases their power and places a large "M" on their forehead (the "Demon mark"; the kanji for Demon being 魔; Ma).[2]


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Spopovich and Yamu

The duplicate of the powerful wizard Bibidi, Babidi uses his sorcery to take control of a number of prime fighters. His forces make their debut with Yamu and Spopovich, who are sent to the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament to steal energy from other contestants so that Babidi may resurrect his father's ultimate creation, Majin Buu.


Dabura and Babidi

Upon receiving the energy, Babidi betrays and murders Yamu and Spopovich with help from another more powerful minion, Pui Pui. Babidi also has control over the King of the Demon Realm, Dabura, whose spit is enough to overpower Krillin and Piccolo, and who killed Kibito. At his base of operations, Babidi unleashes Pui Pui and yet another more powerful minion, Yakon, on Goku, Gohan, Vegeta, and Shin.

Pui Pui is slaughtered by Vegeta, and Yakon is slain by Goku; but it is during these battles that Dabura learns Vegeta is vulnerable to Babidi's spell due to the evil still lingering in his heart. After reporting this to the wizard, Babidi casts his magic on Vegeta, turning him into another mind-controlled soldier. Later, when Majin Buu is hatched from the Sealed Ball, Babidi takes some degree of control over the creature, mostly through bribery.


Vegeta under Babidi's spell.

Vegeta however, does battle with Buu, and sacrifices himself in a vain attempt to kill the monster. Babidi and Buu begin a reign of terror over Earth, killing millions until being confronted by Goku. During his battle with Buu, Goku chides the Majin for being the wizard's lackey, leading Buu to kill his former master and setting into motion the later events of the saga. After his resurfacing, Buu defects to the Dragon Team's side. With Babidi and his subordinates either dead or free from his possession, the wizard's influence crumbles and becomes a thing of the past.

Known Members


Babidi's Forces in Dragon Ball Heroes

Video game only

Majin Soldiers


A group of 10 foot soldiers seen in "The Long Awaited Fight"

Babidi has many foot soldiers called Majin Soldiers[3] or Babidi's Minions[4] under his control, with their uniforms resembling Pui Pui's. They really posed no threat to any of the Dragon Team. Two of them were eaten by Yakon in the anime, and most of the others were killed by Gohan during his assault with Supreme Kai on Babidi's spaceship. Since these men were ordered to fight and were located on the level above Babidi's lair and below level three where Dabura and Gohan fought, it can be said they would have been the 4th and final stage fighters before reaching the Sealed Ball, if Gohan had defeated Dabura the first time around.

Those Majin Soldiers appear as common enemies in Babidi's spaceship in the video game Dragon Ball Z: Buu's Fury.


The footsoldiers are extremely weak compared to the Z Fighters, as Gohan killed them with a burst of energy just by powering up in his base form.

Techniques and special abilities
  • Majin Soldiers (foot soldiers) - Every alien soldier under Babidi's command is a part of the same unknown alien species.[3]
    • Majin Shield Soldiers
    • Elite Majin Soldiers
    • Super Majin Soldiers
    • Super Majin Shield Soldiers

Majin Fighters

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Spopovich and Yamu, the only two Majin Fighters in the anime

Majin Fighters are Human-type Earthling martial artists who have been converted over to Babidi's side, they can be empowered into Elite Majin Fighter or Super Majin Fighter.

Notable Majin Fighters

Team Attacks


  • The names of Babidi's allies are based on popular magical words. Notably Bibidi, his son Babidi, and his creation Buu's names are a pun on the name of an incantation in the 1950 film Cinderella, "Bibbidi-Bobbidi-Boo".



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