WHO Is This NEW Character? Fu EXPLAINED: Dragon Ball Heroes Episode 1 Spoilers

WHO Is This NEW Character? Fu EXPLAINED: Dragon Ball Heroes Episode 1 Spoilers

Hey guys its your boy ARJ, back again with some Dragon Ball heroes episode 1 spoilers, this time answering the question a lot of us have on our minds – WHO IS FU? Yes today we will find out exactly who is this new character in dragon ball heroes, the true origin story of Fu and the Fu origin Story that barely anyone knows. An artificial Demon from the demon realm, Fu who has debuted in super dragon ball heroes and Xenoverse 2 is the biological son of Mira and Towa who both have yet to make appearance in Dragon ball heroes episode 1. Dragon Ball Heroes Fu however has however featurd in already in sdbh episode 1, where Fu vs Trunks was seen and Fu captures Trunks… or atleast we thought from the Dragon Ball Heroes episode 1 preview, in actual fact Fu is a good guy despite being the underling of Dabura. Fu Explained in full is here, so sit back and enjoy and make sure to subscribe for more dragon ball super and dragon ball heroes goodness!
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