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Rasin (レズン Rezun) is one of the two short, plump henchmen who work for Turles in Dragon Ball Z: The Tree of Might.

Appearance[]

Rasin is purple skinned, ovular-headed and rather short.

Biography[]

Background[]

He and Lakasei are revived by Turles from fossils of the long extinct Beenz people by using extract from the Tree of Might. Their species is extremely intelligent, and the two of them built Turles' spaceship and the rest of their ordnance.[1]

Super Dragon Ball Heroes[]

Supreme Kai of Time Saga[]

During round two of the Super Space-Time Tournament, Rasin is shown as one of the warriors on a stylized version of Planet Namek.[3]

Demon Invader Saga[]

In one particular Space-Time, Cacao is absorbed by Majin Ozotto.[4]

Film appearances[]

The Tree of Might[]

The Tree of Might - Rasin and Lakasei observing the Tree of Might

Lakasei and Rasin in The Tree of Might

On Earth, Rasin and Lakasei easily defeat both Chiaotzu and Tien Shinhan, but they are defeated when Goku goes on a rampage against all of Turles Crusher Corps, defeating them at the same time when he uses the Kaio-ken.

Fusion Reborn[]

Rasin along with several other antagonists reappear briefly when the dimensions between the living world and Other World are broken down.

Power[]

Films

In The Tree of Might, Rasin and Lakasei were able to use their teamwork to overpower and defeat both Tien Shinhan and Chiaotzu without effort. However, Rasin were defeated by Gohan. Rasin was defeated and killed by a Kaio-ken-empowered Goku.

Video Games

Dragon Ball Carddass state that Rasin has a power level of 7,600.

Statements by authors and guidebooks

The movie pamphlet for The Tree of Might state that Rasin has a power level of 7,600.

Techniques and Special Abilities[]

The Tree of Might - Rasin firing Continuous Energy Bullets at Chiaotzu

Rasin fires Continuous Energy Bullets

Fusions[]

Rasin and his identical younger twin brother Lakasei can merge into a singular being as well as being able to split in two at will.

Equipment[]

Video Game Appearances[]

Rasin makes his first appearance in a video game as a playable character in Dragon Ball Heroes.

He and Lakasei also appear as playable characters in World Mission.

Voice Actors[]

Battles[]

Films

Trivia[]

  • His name is a pun on "raisin."
  • In the AB Groupe dub, Rasin and twin Lakasei are given feminine sounding voices, suggesting they may be female, although in most versions it is implied that they are male.

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