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"Let us wash down the sweet taste of revenge by sipping from this cup of power. My friends, what the Saiyans have destroyed, we will rebuild. This is it."
— Baby in "The Game After Life"
Baby (ベビー, Bebii; FUNimation "Baby") is a Machine Mutant/Tsufruian.
- 1 Personality
- 2 Biography
- 3 Techniques
- 4 Transformations
- 5 Voice actors
- 6 Trivia
Initially, Baby is single-minded in reviving the Tsufruian race and exterminating the Saiyans. Over time, it is shown that he has extreme cunning enough to dominate the Z Warriors, possess Vegeta, and successfully restore the Tsufruian's homeworld. Baby is also incredibly childish and immature. He is very prone to taunting and flies into a rage if he is teased enough. Ironically, despite seeing the Saiyans as a barbaric race, he arguably finds more enjoyment in battle than they do. Upon becoming a Great Ape, Baby pretends as though he is in a mindless rampage (a trait common among all Great Apes and Golden Great Apes) and massacres countless followers as a means of testing out his abilities. He has a very intelligent and "extremely egotistical and selfish" personality. After he receives energy from his followers and becomes Super Baby 1, his cruelty becomes more pronounced and he states that each and every living being should be considered his slave. Due to the Tsufruian King's DNA within Baby, he is also tremendously prideful and prefers to fight one-on-one. Being the sole survivor of the Tsufruian race, who were all but exterminated by the Saiyans, he bares a deep hatred of the Saiyans. Unlike other villains of the series in its entirety, Baby is not instinctively acting on evil intentions alone. He is an antagonist to the protagonists of the storyline, but is seeking vengeance for all the misery that was brought unto him and his race by the barbaric Saiyans. He does want to pay back this pain and suffering ten-fold, but the desire to do so is a direct cause of what happened to his own race. If anything, through obtaining revenge against the Saiyans, he would inadvertently be fulfilling a heroic feat – at least, if he had done this before the drastic reform in Saiyan mentality caused by the influence of Goku's upbringing and Freeza's betrayal.
Dragon Ball GT
Baby first appeared in "The Baby Secret". His name was a testament to being what Dr. Mu referred to as his "baby". Seemingly created as a "last resort" by the demented Machine Mutant Mu, Baby was a parasite whose sole purpose for living was to see the annihilation of the Saiyan race and domination of the universe in the name of revenge for the Tsufruians. As his name implies, however, Baby was highly immature and prone to fits of rage and panic, as well as not taking his battles seriously. It was also implied that "Baby" was not his original name, or at least that this is not what he was intended to be dubbed, as Baby does not initially recognize the name and before long began to dislike it.
Baby was first confronted by Son Goku, Son Pan, and Trunks Brief while they were on Planet M-2. During the encounter, Baby was still confined to a tank of liquid where he was completing his regeneration. Although Trunks seemingly stopped the process and doomed the parasite, Baby's inner rage boiled over when the mention of a "Saiyan" caused him to awaken forcefully. Still, Baby proved to be no match for the three Saiyans and made his escape by stowing himself away within Mu's body.
Bursting his way out of Mu's body, Baby berated him for forgetting who the "true master" was, thus revealing that it was he who had created Mu to revive him and give him the ability to create the other Machine Mutants. What caused Baby to rely on Mu for his regeneration was never explicitly revealed, but there were several sequences during the Baby Saga that were believed to provide some hints. Baby found a Black Star Dragon Ball inside Mu's brain and used General Rild's body to plan a trap for Goku, Pan, and Trunks after failing to stop them from departing Planet M-2. Baby then slaughtered an entire space crew and took the body of a young alien boy, Shōnen, and hid the Black Star Dragon Ball in order to trap the Saiyans. The plan worked and Baby, as Shōnen, was taken by the trio to a hospital on Planet Pital where he later escaped the Shōnen's body and entered the body of a Pital doctor. Seeing his chance, Baby caught Trunks alone and entered his body through a cut in his shoulder. Unfortunately for Baby, Trunks proved to have enough willpower to withstand the parasite and Baby was forced to break out of the body. Being no match for the might of Goku, Pan, and Trunks, Baby fled the planet and made his way to Planet Earth to look for the remaining Saiyans.
Main articles: Saiyan-Tsufruian war and Genocide of the Saiyans
In the battle between a Baby-possessed Son Gohan, Son Goten, and Vegeta, Baby revealed to Vegeta his true Tsufruian background and how he had been created. During the Saiyan-Tsufruian war, the last of the Tsufruians created genetically superior life forms, parasite-like organisms, which they infused with the DNA of the Tsufruian King. These organisms were spread throughout the galaxy, with the overall goal to destroy the Saiyans in revenge for the destruction of Planet Plant by King Vegeta and his Saiyan forces. Baby was the first Tsufruian parasite to return and try to obtain vengeance against the Saiyan race. However, this is merely the translation provided in the FUNimation dub in regards to Baby's history.
Upon arriving on Earth, Baby began his rampage first by seizing the body of Goten. Goten Baby challenged Gohan to a battle during which he switched possession of bodies in favor of Gohan's, but not before leaving an egg implanted inside of Goten, rendering him under Baby's control. Goten and Gohan Baby located the next Saiyan, Vegeta, which ensued in an even duel between the latter two. This was until, with the help of an ambush by Goten, one of Gohan Baby's attacks pierced Vegeta's skin and allowed Baby to commandeer Vegeta's body, gaining control of a far superior host.
Having brought the population of Earth under his control, Vegeta Baby (ベジータ ベビー, Bejiita Bebii) was stunned by an encounter with Goku, who had recently returned to Earth. Vegeta Baby revealed to Goku that he had Earth's population under his control, unaware that Pan, Majin Boo, and Mister Satan were free from his possession as well. Kid Trunks, who appeared not to suffer any repercussions after Baby's attempt to control him, appeared to have been captured after all. As with Goten, Baby had implanted his seed within Kid Trunks in an effort to overtake him at a later time. Goku then challenged Vegeta Baby to a fight that was evenly matched. Vegeta Baby gained the upper-hand, however, when Goku reverted back to his base form and the hypnotized Saiyans lent Vegeta Baby enough energy to assume his final transformation. During this match, Goku discovered Baby's greatest weakness: his temper. Though he was clearly losing, Goku taunted and goaded him, with Baby falling for every taunt and unable to shrug off Goku's remarks. With his new power, Vegeta Baby easily toppled Goku before unleashing a presumably fatal Revenge Death Ball upon Goku, who was nowhere to be seen following the explosion that ensued.
Baby decided to carry out the final phase of his plan: to use the Black Star Dragon Balls to wish for the return of the Tsufruian homeworld – which Baby re-dubbed Planet Tsufuru – and to relocate the Earthlings to the rebirthed planet via spaceships. When his progress was intervened by Pan, Mr. Boo, and Satan, Vegeta Baby ordered Gohan and Videl to execute Pan. Fortunately, the young Saiyan was rescued at the last minute by Oob, Goku's esteemed pupil.
Oob and Vegeta Baby then engaged one another in mortal combat, but seemed to be evenly matched. Gohan, Goten, and Kid Trunks came to assist Vegeta Baby, but their aid was revealed to be unnecessary since Vegeta Baby claimed to have been merely toying with Oob, and he blasted them aside for their lack of faith. Vegeta Baby then fought against Oob with his full potential and moved in for the kill by firing a Revenge Death Ball at the young warrior. However, unknown to Vegeta Baby, who had received a report from Bulma and left for Planet Vegeta, Oob survived the attack thanks to the timely intervention of Mr. Boo.
To his shock, Vegeta Baby was confronted once again by Oob, the latter having fused with Mr. Boo since their last encounter and been rechristened Majoob. The fight between Vegeta Baby and Majoob was once again evenly matched until Maoob demonstrated one of his abilities inherited by the Fusion, the Chocolate Beam, against a number of hypnotized bystanders, transforming them into chocolate. Vegeta Baby was on the verge of defeat when Majoob fired a Chocolate Kamehameha at him. Vegeta Baby, however, declared that he had had "enough playing" and further exerted himself by deflecting the energy wave back at Majoob, resulting in the fighter being reduced to a harmless piece of chocolate which Vegeta Baby proceeded to eat.
The final battle
Majoob's defeat signaled the return of Goku, who it was previously believed had been decimated earlier by Vegeta Baby's Revenge Death Ball. Having regrown his tail in the absence, Goku engaged Vegeta Baby in combat, but was still overpowered by the possessed Saiyan. Vegeta Baby moved in for the final blow when Goku suddenly underwent a mysterious transformation by staring at Earth. Vegeta Baby witnessed Goku transform into a Golden Great Ape. Free of reserve, Golden Great Ape Goku proceeded to rampage the surface of the planet, with Vegeta Baby barely able to dodge Golden Great Ape Goku's blows.
Eventually, the raging Golden Great Ape Goku was confronted by Pan, who calmed his senses and signified his ultimate transformation, Super Saiyan 4. Vegeta Baby and Super Saiyan 4 Goku resumed their fight when Vegeta Baby instantly realized his inferiority to a Super Saiyan 4, unable to even hurt him. In a desperate move, Bulma targeted Vegeta Baby with the Blutz Wave Amplifier, transforming him into Great Ape Baby. Although Baby's power has increased beyond that of his adversary, he went into a blind rage, destroying much of his own city. Goku attempted to sway the uncontrollable monster to an uninhabited area until Great Ape Baby curiously blindsided him with a Ki Blast, something he would be incapable of tactically doing if he were out of his mind.
Great Ape Baby confessed that he was in complete control of his senses, and explained that the destruction he previously caused was again an act of "playing". He went on to remind Goku that while his host Vegeta had become a Great Ape, Baby remained the dominant identity in control (this dialogue was removed in the Funimation dub of this particular episode, replacing it with an explanation of why Great Ape Baby's mouth does not move when he speaks). After swatting Goku away, Great Ape Baby decided to further demonstrate his superior power by blasting the Saiyan with a series of devastating energy waves. Because Goku managed to avoid these, Great Ape Baby changed tactics and targeted Goku's family. Finally, Great Ape Baby and Goku came to blows, leading the parasite to spite Goku further by blasting Earth with an uncharged Super Galick Gun, destroying much of Satan City in an explosion visible from Planet Tuffle. In retaliation, Goku blasted Great Ape Baby with a 10x Kamehameha, which appeared to have no effect.
While the force had not affected Great Ape Baby, its potency was enough to paralyze him for a few moments. Eventually, Great Ape Baby and Goku both landed knockout punches on each other and collapsed in exhaustion. This prompted Bulma, still possessed by Baby, to use the Blutz Wave Amplifier to replenish Great Ape Baby's energy. However, these waves also reached Goku and were enough to revitalize him. Fully refreshed, however, Great Ape Baby's power was far beyond Goku's reach. Making matters worse, Great Ape Baby set his target towards Goku's friends and family, who had joined the battle since being freed from Baby's control. Because Great Ape Baby was aware of the power Goku had lost over the course of the struggle, Goku's taunting and psychological tactics proved helpless, and Great Ape Baby ignored him as he attacked the others.
Deciding to bring the circumstances to an end with a heavily charged Super Galick Gun, Great Ape Baby prepared to wipe everyone out when Majoob, revealed to still be active inside Vegeta's body, powered up within and attacked his innards, causing him great pain and halting his lethal blast. Great Ape Baby was frustrated at being relatively powerless against an attacker that was inside of him, driving him to regurgitate Majoob. Great Ape Baby noticed that during this commotion, Kid Trunks, Goten, Gohan, and Pan had all been lending their energy to Goku, which enraged Great Ape Baby. To stop them, Great Ape Baby launched a Super Galick Gun at the five Saiyans. Although Pan, Kid Trunks, Gohan, and Goten were all knocked out, Goku emerged from the explosion unharmed, renewed and prepared to resume the battle against the Tsufruian parasite.
Having been weakened by Majoob's earlier attack, and due to the Z Warriors' borrowed energy, Goku was more than a match for Great Ape Baby. Due to his complete lack of focus and ever-increasing rage, Great Ape Baby found himself unable to get the better of the Super Saiyan 4, who took this opportunity to slice off Great Ape Baby's tail, reverting him to a battered Super Baby 2. In the Spanish dub, Baby remarked that Vegeta's shell transforming into a Great Ape caused Baby to undergo a change as well, as in his adult form Baby would not have been able to stay within Vegeta's body had it returned to normal size.
In a last resort effort to survive, Super Baby 2 left Vegeta's body and attempted to escape from Planet Tsufuru in his spaceship. To his shock, Baby's last sight was that of Goku firing a 10x Kamehameha towards his craft, hurdling him into the Sun and killing the evil Tsufruian parasite for good. After Baby's demise, the Sacred Water at Kami's Lookout was used to cure all of Baby's victims.
Super Vegeta 2 and Great Ape Baby are the final bosses in Dragon Ball GT: Transformation.
Super Baby 2 can be unlocked as a playable character.
Golden Ape Baby appeared in Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi.
Baby can liquefy himself in order to enter through a cut or scrape in his target's skin. As he matures, his liquidation ability grows more advanced. Although he has some strength of his own, Baby's combat abilities are best suited to exploiting the full potential of a host body. It appears that when he has chosen a permanent host, he begins to alter the host's appearance to mirror his own (as evidenced by the appearance of Super Baby 1). As he gains more power through possession, Baby's own physical body appears to mature as well. In his first appearance, Baby is a skinless, mechanical infant. When he appears before Goten, he is blue-skinned and appears to be somewhat of a teenager, with facial markings and his standard outfit. Finally, when he escapes Vegeta's body, Baby's shape has reached adulthood. Baby's state of puberty is apparently met upon his first transformation as Vegeta Baby, as evidenced in the Japanese dub by his voice becoming raspier.
After possessing a host, Baby combines their power with his own. He decides whether to plant an egg inside the victim before leaving them, or to completely seize their energy. The eggs he inserts in potential victims eventually hatch, releasing a substance that alters their mind into becoming willful servants to the parasite. He also gains the ability to assimilate the techniques of those who he has possessed, although under his usage they emit a pink aura despite the color they emit when used by their untampered host.
Potential victims appear to be the most vulnerable when they are at the pinnacle of their power, as Baby waited for Goten, Gohan and Vegeta to ascend to their Super Saiyan forms before possessing them. During his fight with Vegeta, Baby Gohan and the possessed Goten trap Vegeta in a ball created by the two flying around him at high speeds. While in this ball, Baby seems able to create ghost-like images of Gohan and Goten, both speaking with his voice.
Baby, as Great Ape Baby, is one of the leading superpowers in the Dragon Ball franchise. In the final battle, he greatly overpowered Goku in his Super Saiyan 4 transformation, and has to be fought using psychological tactics, rather than brute force. At a fraction of his power his uncharged Super Galick Gun is able to do enough damage to the surface of the Earth to be visible from Planet Tuffle, and as Elder Kai fears, could destroy the planet if met with one of his charged attacks. In addition, the expulsion of his aura as Vegeta Baby powers up levels much of his city; even his screams are capable of considerable damage.
- A razor-sharp disk of ki used against Oob, similar to the Kienzan.
- Multiple razor shards of energy to create wounds he can enter a body through.
- Big Bang Attack, a technique used by Vegeta Baby. In the Japanese dub, he performs the Final Flash stance, but declares "Big Bang Attack" launching the blast. In the Funimation dub, this was changed to Baby calling out "Final Flash", possibly to avoid the confusion experienced with the Japanese dub, coupled with the fact that FUNimation's dubs have never used the words "Big Bang Attack".
- Eye Flash, a technique similar in essence to the Solar Flare, where Baby releases a bright flash of light from his eyes, blinding his opponents temporarily.
- Final Flash, a technique Vegeta Baby uses against Goku and Oob (existing only in the English dub, as a result of a change to the dialogue).
- Fire Breath, a technique used by Great Ape Baby. Here, Vegeta has the ability to launch streams of intense flames from his mouth capable of engulfing much of his city in a blazing inferno.
- Full Power Energy Blast Volley, a technique where Baby launches a barrage of Ki Blasts. He used it against Oob in "The Return of Uub".
- Kamehameha, a technique used by Gohan Baby, which appears to defeat Piccolo in a single strike. In its first usage it is blue but later on it seems to turn pink in color.
- Ki Blast
- Kiai, a technique used by Kid Baby where he releases an explosive wave of Ki through his scream, causing severe damage to his surroundings. As Great Ape Baby, his screams are capable of causing collateral damage.
- Revenge Blast – Revenge Blast (リベ���ジ ブラスト, Ribenji Burasuto)
- Revenge Death Ball, a technique used by Vegeta Baby. It is a large black ball of ki that would have killed Goku had East Kaioshin not rescued him at the last minute. This technique is similar to the Genki Dama, as Baby has to draw energy from his slaves in order to use it. This accumulation of power is only needed once, however, with the power being evidently stored within Vegeta's body, as he is able to generate it at will upon each subsequent use.
- Flaming Death Ball, a Revenge Death Ball coated in a flaming layer.
- Revenge Death Ball Final, a fiercer version of the Revenge Death Ball technique used by Great Ape Baby.
- Super Galick Gun, Great Ape Baby's full-powered variation of Vegeta's Galick Gun, capable of destroying an entire planet if appropriately charged. Baby uses the Super Galick Gun while Vegeta's body is in the Great Ape transformation.
- Continuous Super Galick Gun, a technique used by Great Ape Baby as a frenzied attempt to destroy a Super Saiyan 4 Goku. Baby prepares the wave of a Super Galick Gun, but only releases concentrated energy bullets from within it.
Speed and movement techniques
In his initial form, Baby is very small and must crawl as a form of movement just like a baby. At first, he seems very simple and easily takes orders from Dr. Myuu. Afterwards, however, he becomes self-aware and very intelligent. On his own, Baby is no match for Goku and the others. When liquefying, he becomes a thick and silvery ooze capable of partially emerging from the body of his host.
Shortly after he is revealed to have survived his first encounter with the three Saiyans, Baby invades Trunks' body for a brief period of time, attacking Goku and Pan, before separating, having implanted a mind-controlling egg within Trunks.
After invading several peoples' bodies on Earth, Baby's physical body assumes its first transformation, taking on a more mature appearance, and carrying shoulder pads. He also becomes fairly stronger, but is still unable to fight any of the Saiyans one on one. In this form, he also becomes more adept at utilizing his liquefied state, even to the point of being able to shift through energy waves, as well as possessing people much more effeciently.
Upon becoming teenaged, Baby takes control of Goten, who he is content with possessing until Gohan appears. Baby does not hesitate to take action, and engages Gohan in battle, during which he is successful in passing into Gohan's body, but not before leaving a mind-controlling egg within Goten's body.
While in possession of Gohan's body, Baby briefly fights Piccolo. Baby seems confident when he engages Vegeta in battle but Vegeta quickly begins to best him. However, thanks to a possessed Goten, Baby is able to take control of Vegeta. Again, before taking control of Vegeta, Baby leaves an egg planted within Gohan. The power of Baby Gohan is second only to the parasite's Baby Vegeta transformations.
Vegeta Babyベジータ ベビー, Bejiita Bebii) is the form assumed when Baby takes control of Vegeta. Due to Baby settling on Vegeta as his permanent host, Vegeta's body experiences some physical alterations, such as red lines across his face, crosshair-like lines on his eyes (a common trait among Machine Mutants), and white hair in place of the golden blonde typically seen of Super Saiyans. By combining the power of Vegeta with the energy he absorbed from his former hosts, Baby's strength becomes even greater and he is able to best goku even in his super saiyan 3 form.
Super Baby 1
Once Baby Vegeta gathers energy from Gohan, Goten, Trunks, and Bra, Vegeta's body goes through further developments and becomes Super Baby 1 (スーパー ベビー 1, Sūpā Bebii 1). These include an increase of muscle mass that rips apart his shirt, his eyes becoming blue-colored visors, red lines sprawling across his chest and forehead, the acquiring of large metallic shoulder pads, and Vegeta's hair returning to its original length. Baby does not assume this form for long as he soon gains enough energy to prompt his next transformation.
Super Baby 2
After sapping his mind slaves of their energies worldwide, Baby again transforms into Super Baby 2 (スーパー ベビー 2, Sūpā Bebii 2), his being dominating Vegeta's body so much that it bares a great resemblence to his real form. He now wears a black bodysuit with red and gold-colored gloves, boots, and shoulder pads. His physical structure has been completely altered, now bearing almost no resemblance to Vegeta, but rather mimicking a humanoid version of Baby's adult form. With this new strength, he defeats Uub both before and after his Fusion with Mr. Buu. However, Baby soon finds himself at the mercy of Super Saiyan 4 Goku. This is until a possessed Bulma is able to target Baby with the Blutz Wave Amplifier. It is a highly debated subject, but many Dragon Ball GT fans claim that this form is a version of Vegeta as a Super Saiyan 3. These claims have resulted from the fact that Vegeta could have used Baby's extra power to reach the form, and the fact that this form lacks eyebrows, and has the augmented browline just as Goku's Super Saiyan 3 body does. They argue that the extremely long hair is absent due to Baby shaping it to match his own appearance.
This claim, however, is made even more dubious by the fact that Vegeta never again assumes any form of the Super Saiyan 3 transformation after Baby has left his body, only transforming to his Super Saiyan 1 and 2 forms before assuming his Golden Great Ape and Super Saiyan 4 transformations, both of which are completely involuntary alterations that require a huge supply of Blutz Waves, unlike Super Saiyan 3 which is accessed at any point after attainment by both Goku and Gotenks.
Great Ape Baby
"What am I doing? Anything I can to see that horrified, confused look on your face."
— Great Ape Baby in "The Tuffle Gorilla Attacks!"
After receiving the Blutz Waves from the Blutz Wave Amplifier, Super Baby 2 transformed into Great Ape Baby (大猿 ベビー, Ōzaru Bebii). At first, the blind rage among Great Apes appeared to have gotten the best of the parasite, until it is revealed that this was simply an act demonstrated to test out his newfound power. However, Baby still shows some signs of delirium and is unable to fully control his power as a result of his fury, with Goku's taunting only helping to further Baby's rage. In this form, Baby's power is way more powerful than super 17 and that of a Super Saiyan 4.
Like all the other Great Apes, he was much larger than his normal form. It is shown that his fist is bigger than Goku's entire body. He has golden fur that covers most of his body, but retains the armor that Baby naturally possesses. His eyes are also different from normal Great Apes, as is his skin, which is dark-blue colored rather than the brown color that normal Great Apes have. Unlike other Great Apes, Baby is in absolute control of his actions (due to Baby being the one in control, while Vegeta, his host body, is the one who became the Great Ape). He does, however, pretend to go berserk at first to "play" with his newly acquired power. As his battle with Goku went on, he slowly but surely began to lose control due to his actual increasing rage brought on by Goku's taunting (a weakness in Baby that Goku had discovered in their previous fight).
It is notable that, in this form, Baby's mouth does not move when he talks. In the English dub, dialogue was added to have Baby state that this is due to telepathy. Originally, there was no such explanation.
When Super Baby 2 realized that he could not defeat Super Saiyan 4 Goku at his current battle power, he enlisted Bulma to give him more power. The result was a device she called the Blutz Wave Amplifier which allowed Super Baby 2 to transform into a Great Ape. His first action with this new power was to immediately pound Goku to death, which he was doing quite effortlessly. After beating Goku senselessly, he then wanted to destroy Earth with his charged Super Galick Gun, which Goku countered with his 10x Kamehameha, but was severely overpowered. The aftershock of the blast paralyzed Great Ape Baby for a few moments.
Just when Goku was about to meet his end, Trunks arrived and shot Great Ape Baby in the eye, temporarily blinding him. Son Gohan, Son Goten, Trunks, and Pan circled around Goku and began to transfer their energy into him, increasing his power dramatically. On top of that, Majoob was damaging Great Ape Baby from the inside (showing that he had not died when he was turned into a cookie) bringing him down to Goku's level. After Goku was fully charged, he proceeded to battle and defeat Great Ape Baby. After the fight, he cut off his tail turning the Great Ape back into Super Baby 2.
Great Ape Baby made his first playable appearance in Final Bout as Super Baby 1. He is later made a playable character in Budokai Tenkaichi 2 and Budokai Tenkaichi 3 as Great Ape Baby.
- Super Galick Gun – Vegeta Baby's full powered version of the Galick Gun and his most powerful attack. In his Great Ape form, Baby fires a very powerful energy beam that is capable of destroying whole planets when charged and causing astounding damage even when uncharged. Unlike the Revenge Death Ball, it can cause global destruction and beyond.
- Renzoku Super Galick Gun – Vegeta Baby rapidly fires many powerful, fast-moving blasts at a target. Though inferior to the Super Galick Gun, they can still cause significant damage.
- Full Power Energy Blast Volley – As a Great Ape, he can also fire flurries of rapid energy blasts at his opponents, dealing a gigantic amount of damage.
- Bukujutsu: Despite his size, he can fly.
- Explosive Wave – Used only once against Super Saiyan 4 Goku.
- Ki Blast – Amazingly, he could fire a Ki Blast, gowever, they can inflict tremendous damage, as shown in Dragon Ball GT: Final Bout. Baby's Ki Blasts, while in this state, has its power, speed, size, and color varied.
- Kiai/Blaster Wave – Just like his other forms, the power of his Kiai in this state skyrockets ferociously, as he can scream with excruciating noise that severely damages the area Baby was standing on.
- Mouth Energy Wave – The Great Ape user fires an enormously devastating energy wave from their mouth.
- Flaming Death Ball – A somewhat more powerful version of the Revenge Death Ball. It has a fiery coat around that upon impact causes a blazing explosion.
- Revenge Death Ball Final – The full powered variation of the Revenge Death Ball. Unlike the original, this version can cause global destruction, as shown in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 and Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3.
- Fire Breath – He fires a breath of high-intensity infernos that cause incineration and major destruction.
After being defeated by Goku, a desperate Baby escapes Vegeta's body. His form here is similar to his teenage form, except aged to an apparent adulthood. His liquefication appears to have advanced to the point where he can mold into other shapes, first appearing as a ball, for example. In a fit of mindless panic, Baby attempts to flee the planet, however, he is blasted by Goku's 10x Kamehameha and hurled into the Sun where he is finally destroyed along with his spaceship.
Baby at one point takes over Janemba and turns into Janemba Baby (ジャネンバ ベビー, Janenba Bebii) in Dragon Ball Heroes.
- Japanese dub: Yūsuke Numata
- FUNimation dub: Mike McFarland
- Blue Water dub: Adam Hunter
- Latin American dub: Uraz Huerta (infancy) and Enrique Mederos † (adulthood)
- Portuguese dub: João Loy
- Italian dub: Luca Sandri
- Brazilian dub: Sergio Rufino
- German dub: Gerald Schaale
- Baby is the only main villain whom Goku has defeated as a Super Saiyan 4. The rest of the main villains, Super No. 17 and Omega Shen Long, were defeated by Goku his child form. Goku did defeat Naturon Shen Long and Eis Shen Long as a Super Saiyan 4, but they were both only supporting villains.
- Baby is the third villain to be defeated by being launched into the Sun, the others being Broly and Cooler. On that note, Baby is also the only anime villain to have been blasted into the Sun. (Cooler and Broly were film characters.)
- Baby's defeat was the last victory mentioned in the final episode of Dragon Ball GT. It was also mentioned in Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy.
- The first four Humans possessed by Baby on Earth are named in the Data Carddass video game series. Their names are Hanma (ハンマ), Akusu (アクス), Nidoru (二ドル), and Ronge (ロンゲ).