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After Majin Buu dispelled the evil from his body a tall, thin, gray emaciated form appeared. This Evil Buu

represents the dark side of Fat Buu and has the bulk of the original Majin Buu's power, being that Majin Buu was originally created through pure evil. This also explains why his reaction to the shooting of Mr. Satan was so despicable, and even appalled the Fat Majin Buu. He is a polar opposite of the
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"good" Majin Buu in all aspects apart from apparel, (except for him having a dark blue cape where Fat Buu has a purple cape), including the color of his flesh (a drab grey), his incredibly thin body, and gravelly manner of speech.

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Evil Buu immediately proceeds to mercilessly eliminate crazed gunman Van Zant in the mountains. He then battles against Majin Buu, with the evil incarnation quickly gaining the upper hand and consuming "Good Majin Buu" after reflecting an attack meant to turn him into chocolate. Evil Buu then eats the chocolate Good Buu causing them to re-fuse, this time with the evil on the outside instead of the inside resulting in Super Buu.

Evil Buu appears as a playable character in the Dragon Ball Z Budokai Tenkaichi series, under the name "Majin Buu (Pure evil)." In these games, he can use the Kamehameha but doesn't know the Chocolate Beam. His stats are very similar to Fat Buu's.

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Because Evil Buu is directly split from Fat Buu it can be assumed he possesses the same techniques.The only technique unique to Evil Buu was an orange ball of energy similar to Fat Buu's
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Koukyuu Gata Kikou Ha. Evil Buu charged up the ball and then used it to kill Van Zant. The technique decimated the gunman and the entire mountain he was on at the time.

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Evil Buu has appeared in the following Dragon Ball related video games:

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  • Japanese: Kozo Shioya
  • Ocean Dub: Brian Dobson (Evil Buu and Super Buu)
  • Funimation Dub: Justin Cook (Evil Buu and Super Buu)
  • Latin American Dub: Mario Sauret

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  • Evil Buu's voice is high-pitched in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi. This is fixed later on. However, Evil Buu still only yells and grunts in the Budokai Tenkaichi games despite being able to speak in the series.
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*Evil Buu is the only Buu form to refer to himself with correct grammar (without the absorption of Piccolo). He says "I'm Majin Buu" instead of Me Majin Buu or simply Buu like all other forms. This could mean he is the most intelligent of the four main forms.
  • He is the only form of Buu not to display any stretching of his body parts as well as the shortest lived Buu, his appearance has little over half an episode in the anime.

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