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Old school fans of Dragon Ball will remember Mai as a long term member of the Pilaf gang.

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Alongside companions Pilaf and Shu, Mai was brought back into the supporting cast with Battle of Gods. Taking into consideration how infrequently Mai appears and the odd roles she fills, Dragon Ball fans missed quite a lot about the former villain. In the manga, Mai and the Pilaf gang are only introduced at the end of the arc, simply serving as the final villains.

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Alongside companions Pilaf and Shu, Mai was brought back into the supporting cast with Battle of Gods. Taking into consideration how infrequently Mai appears and the odd roles she fills, Dragon Ball fans missed quite a lot about the former villain.

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In the manga, Mai and the Pilaf gang are only introduced at the end of the arc, simply serving as the final villains. Even beyond this first arc, however, Mai only appears twice more in the manga in the Red Ribbon Army and Demon King Piccolo arcs, whereas the anime peppers in even more filler for the Pilaf gang, periodically reminding viewers that Mai and her cohorts exist.

Although Mai may not be as prevalent in the manga as fans of the anime may have otherwise thought, she does still have an important role to play during the first story arc.

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Goku is the protagonist who more or less carries his team; Pilaf is the antagonist who is more or less carried by his team; Oolong is an incompetent animal sidekick; Shu is a competent animal sidekick; Bulma calls the shots but otherwise does nothing, Mai gets things done while deferring to Pilaf.

Mai is also purer than Bulma as far being a prude goes.

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Although everyone at the start of Dragon Ball is funny, some characters are intentionally so while others are funny by… circumstance. Take Goku for instance. Kind of.

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In a reference to Dr. While the anime does add in filler villains while trying to make Violet seem more like a character in the Red Ribbon Army arc, the next female villain after Mai in the manga is Android 18— a character who is introduced in the penultimate arc. That said, this is exactly why the relative gender diversity in the first story arc is so interesting.

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Toyotaro further expands on the connection between Future Trunks and Future Mai through a short side-chapter which shows the Pilaf gang wishing for youth right as the Androids start killing off the Dragon Team. The two babies briefly intersect at the Dragon Ball gathering point, Gohan and Bulma having arrived too late to make their wish. Goku intervenes, however, and Pilaf accidentally wishes for him to turn back into .

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Goku is given his youth, while the Pilaf gang remain elderly. Dragon Ball Super essentially flips the script on them.

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In general, the Dragon Ball Super anime indulges far more in fan service than its manga counterpart. The manga even has Future Mai referencing Pilaf off hand, so logic dictates that anime Future Mai would do the same.

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Yet she does not. Future Mai in the anime makes no direct or meaningful mention of either Pilaf or Shu, two of her closest and only companions before developing a relationship with Future Trunks.

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With no connection between Trunks and Mai in the anime beforehand, this relationship comes off borderline inexplicable. By far the single most nauseating thing about Mai is the fact that she is romantically linked to Trunks— a character young enough to be her son. Quite literally. By Renan Fontes Published Mar 21, Share Share Tweet 0.

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