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Gure (グレ) is a fictional character in the Dragon Ball franchise. She makes her debut (and ultimately, her only appearance) in the 2008 film Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!, the first film adaptation of Dragon Ball Z since 1995's Wrath of the Dragon. She is a peculiar alien and wife to Vegeta's estranged brother Tarble.


Gure's background is almost devoid of any information. At an early age, Tarble was ordered by his father, King Vegeta, to be sent to a remote star on the grounds that he lacked the aggression and fighting skills required to be a Saiyan warrior. It is on this star that Gure presumably meets Tarble, and the two wed sometime after.

Two years after the defeat of Kid Buu, Tarble, accompanied by Gure, flee to Earth to seek Vegeta's assistance in defeating the brother duo Abo and Kado, former henchmen of Frieza whom Tarble confesses have since become as powerful as their master and have been terrorizing his home. Abo and Kado pursuit Tarble and Gure to Earth using Saiyan Pods, where Trunks and Goten are unleashed on the two. After struggles from both sides, Abo and Kado fuse into Aka, prompting Trunks and Goten to fuse into Gotenks and incite another battle. When Aka begins to demonstrate more significantly devastating power, Goku and Vegeta prepare to destroy him, however a trick Goku plays on Vegeta results in Goku successfully being the one to vanquish Aka.

There is speculation that the "remote star" where Tarble meets Gure is in fact the planet Raudo. This is evidenced by Gure's appearance closely resembling that of aliens featured in Awawa World, Dr. Slump, Neko Majin ga Iru 2 and later a one-panel appearance in Neko Majin Z 2. Gure also bears a striking resemblance to a typical Picchi in Akira Toriyama's 2000 manga Sand Land.

Voice actors

  • Japanese dub: Kumiko Nishihara

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