Tsumuri (ツムリ), the Namekian Hero (ヒーロー), is a human who utilizes the advanced time travel technology of the Dragon Ball Heroes machines, allowing him to become a Namekian.
Tsumuri looks like a younger version of Piccolo. He wears a white cape, along with a white turban and a purple Gi just like Piccolo. Tsumuri's outfit changes to a yellow color scheme when using his Super Class-up state, and a red and purple one in his God Class-up state. Tsumuri's Ultimate Class-up state then changes into a stylish purple variant, while his cape stays white. His eyes change to blue, and has cyan orbs embedded into his turban, belt, and boots.
In Victory Mission, the human player shown using the Namekian Hero, Tsumuri, looks like a Human version of his avatar.
The Namekian Hero is called Tsumuri (ツムリ) in the Heroes Road mode of Dragon Ball Heroes; this name comes from the Japanese word katatsumuri, which means "snail".
The Namekian Hero appears used by Tsumuri in the 10th chapter of the spin-off manga Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission. He has a battle with Nim in the first round of a tournament and tries to win using a Legendary Super Saiyan 3 Broly card, but Nimu makes a counterattack using his Android 17/Android 18 card. After that, the Tsumuri fuses with Piccolo and Nimu brings out Super Android 13. After this, Tsumuri is eventually defeated.
Video game stories
Dragon Ball Heroes
This Namekian Hero class first appeared in Dragon Ball Heroes. The other classes for the race are Elite and Berserker. In the seventh trailer for Dragon Ball Heroes, the Namekian Hero comes in to help Goku and the Saiyan Hero Beat in their battle against Legendary Super Saiyan 3 Broly and Hirudegarn.
In the Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission animation, the Namekian Hero Tsumuri and the Majin Hero Kabra battle Cell and Majin Buu until Legendary Super Saiyan Broly appears and attacks both them and their opponents.
- Namekian Fusion – The Namekian Hero has the ability to fuse with any other Namekians in the game.
- Light Grenade – He uses this move in-game.
- Spirit Sword – He uses this move in-game.
- Scatter Shot – In the game, he can use Scatter Shot along with Piccolo.
Forms and power ups
Main article: Class-up Tsumuri possesses the Class-up state throughout most of his appearance in Victory Mission.
The Namekian Hero can use the Class-up state in-game of Dragon Ball Heroes. This state is comparable to the Super Saiyan 2 level of power.
- Super Class-up
The Namekian Hero can use the Super Class-up state in-game of Dragon Ball Heroes. This state is comparable to the Super Saiyan 3 level of power.
- God Class-up
The Namekian Hero can use the God Class-up state in-game of Dragon Ball Heroes. This state is comparable to the Super Saiyan God level of power, granting the Namekian Hero a red-eyed Namekian form.
- Super God Class-up
Main article: Super God Class-up
The Namekian Hero can use the Super God Class-up state in-game of Dragon Ball Heroes. This state is comparable to the Super Saiyan Blue level of power, causing the Namekian Hero to gain a blue-eyed Namekian form.
- Ultimate Class-up Sign
The Namekian Hero can use the Ultimate Class-up Sign state in-game of Dragon Ball Heroes. This state allows the Namekian Hero to achieve Ultra Instinct Sign, and is the only form that doesn't change his clothing.
- Fuse with Piccolo
Main article: Namekian Fusion
The Namekian Hero can fuse with Piccolo in Dragon Ball Heroes to increase his power. In World Mission, Kagyu can fuse with Piccolo via his Merge of Justice CAA Special Ability.
Video game appearances
- Dragon Ball Heroes
- Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission
- Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission 2
- Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X
- Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission
Tsumuri appeared as the last boss in the Heroes Road mode of Dragon Ball Heroes, where he led a team of Piccolo, Gohan, Lord Slug and Nail. He later appeared in the limited-time mission Hero Special Squadron! Enlistment Test as the boss of the A Class alongside the other Namekian Hero Avatars.
- Japanese: Atsushi Kisaichi (私市淳)