This is a list of tertiary, inconsequential, and unnamed characters who exist in the Dragon Ball universe. Note that this list only constitutes of characters that are tertiary or lesser in their appearance. For a complete list of primary and supporting characters, please see the list of characters in Dragon Ball.
Actors in the Cell Games Reenactment
10 actors are seen in the Cell Games Reenactment film played at the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament. The 8 actors that made up the Z Fighters are Y. Ebisawa, T. Kanno, Y. Inoue, M. Tominaga, T. Ianifuji, M. Fukushi, K. Isiwata, and T. Ashida but the credits did not clarify which actor was which character. The other two characters that were clarified are M. Hashimoto as Mr. Satan and K. Fujicka as Cell. The roles that were not specified are Goku, Vegeta, Piccolo, Future Trunks, Krillin, Gohan, Yamcha, and Tien Shinhan. In the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game, the Goku actor is called Goku, the Puppet, the Piccolo actor is called Piccolo, the Puppet, and the Vegeta actor is called Vegeta, the Puppet.
K. Fujicka is the actor who played Cell in the Cell Games Reenactment at the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament. He is defeated by Mr. Satan (who is played by M. Hashimoto). His first name is unknown, and his face is not seen but it is shown that he has reddish hair. Dressed as Cell, the Cell actor is called Cell, the Puppet in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
M. Hashimoto is the actor who starred in the Cell Games Reenactment, playing the role of Mr. Satan. In the documentary, he wears a large Mr. Satan mask and defeats Cell (being played by an actor named K. Fujicka). In the FUNimation dub, Mr. Satan mentions that the mask Hashimoto wears has his expression entirely wrong, not to mention that it is embarrassing. Dressed as Mr. Satan, the Mr. Satan actor is called Hercule, the Puppet in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game.
The Arcade Gangster is a seemingly young troublemaking delinquent hanging around a gaming arcade (his "turf"), who is depicted as one of the Humans Goten attempts to evacuate during the Earth's imminent destruction at the hands of the Black Star Dragon Balls. While threatening to beat Goten to a pulp for trespassing, he is easily taken out by Vegeta along with the rest of his gang. Interestingly enough, he bears a slight resemblance to Kazuma Kuwabara from the YuYu Hakusho series, and is even voiced by Christopher Sabat, who voices him in the dubbed version, and in a similar manner. Like many gangsters, the Arcade Gangster also has quite a few of his friends ready to back him up.
Aru Village Residents
She makes a video game appearance in Dragon Ball: Origins, where she is seen in the same role. She also appears in the bonus level 2-6, where she runs away from Aru Village in hopes of living in the city for an easy life but gets lost in the forest instead. Goku and Bulma then have to find her and return her to the village. After she is returned it is said that she learned her lesson and that it is not so bad living in Aru Village. She is referred by the name "Villager D" in this video game.
Alexi's Father (Hedge's Father) is a farmer of Aru Village and the father of Alexi. When he is reunited with Alexi after Oolong's defeat he is surprised to see that she was living in luxury the whole time.
Johnny is a young boy who is a resident of Aru Village. In the battle between Goku and Oolong, while Oolong is the form of a robot, Johnny shoots a slingshot at the back of Oolong's head, which makes him become angry. Johnny's mom grabs him and runs away saying "Johnny, do you wanna get yourself killed?"
He is referred by the name "Villager I" in Dragon Ball: Origins.
Johnny's Mother is the mother of Johnny. After Johnny shot Oolong with a slingshot, she came out and grabbed him moving him to safety.
She is referred by the name "Villager H" in Dragon Ball: Origins.
Little Flower (Rî, "Lee"; or Becky in the Ocean Group dub) is one of the girls Oolong captured from Aru Village and was released after Goku defeated him.
She is referred by the name "Villager F" in Dragon Ball: Origins.
Little Flower's Father
Little Flower's Father (or Becky's Father in the Ocean Group dub) is a native American who lives in Aru Village, and he is the father of Little Flower. He is surprised when he finds out that his daughter was living in luxury the whole time she was kidnapped by Oolong. He bears a slight resemblance to the famous Sioux Indian chief Sitting Bull.
Sarah (Hoggu, Hogg) was one of the girls Oolong kidnapped from Aru Village. She is seen to be sitting around drinking a fancy drink and wearing new fancy clothing.
Sarah's Mother is the mother of Sarah. She apparently has "prayed for her babies return". She is surprised when she sees that Sarah was living in luxury the whole time she was kidnapped by Oolong.
Sarah's Father is a man who was in the crowd gathering around Sherman Priest's house when Goku and Bulma arrived. It is implied in the Ocean dub that he is the father of Sarah, since he asks for Goku and Bulma to bring her daughter back, with Alexi's and Little Flower's parents already been shown. However, in both the original Japanese and FUNimation dub versions, he does not mention having a missing daughter, instead asking if Goku has what it takes to beat Oolong.
In the bonus level 2-6 in Dragon Ball: Origins, this man asks Goku and Bulma if they can find a girl from the village, which is Alexi, and return her to the village after she ran away wanting to live in the city. He is referred by the name "Villager G" in this video game.
Barry Kahn is a handsome young man and an extremely popular celebrity on Earth during the Majin Buu Saga.
He is presumed to be an actor, a model or a singer. Barry Kahn is shown on the magazine from a young lady that Majin Buu meets while on a killing spree. Majin Buu morphs his face into the face of this "Super Star" to impress and make the girl kiss him, but he fails to do so, only terrorizing her.
- General Blue's redesign in Dragon Ball: The Path to Power is very similar to Barry Kahn.
- In the Dragon Ball GT episode "Collapse From Within", Majin Buu morphs his face into a style similar to Barry's yet again when trying to avoid detection.
Billy is a boy from Spinach Wastes. His only appearance is in the Dragon Ball Z episode The New Threat, where he is seen from a distance falling off the roof of a farm building into a haystack where one of the farmers is heard saying "Good one Billy".
Brown Country Cowboys
Chibi (チビ) is the short bearded member of Tall Man's group. He is unnamed in the FUNimation dub. His name roughly means "super-deformed" or "midget" in Japanese, and is possibly a reference to his short stature.
Tall Man (known as Noppo (ノッポ) in the Japanese version) is one of the cowboys seen in the Brown Country saloon. He is the only person to not be afraid of hearing Launch's name. When Launch shows up in her normal form (everybody only knows her as her bad form), he bought her a drink trying to hit on her. When she sneezed and became her bad counterpart, she knocked him out.
Tall Man seems to be a parody of the type of heroes in old westerns.
Tubs (デブ, Debu) is one of the cowboy followers of Tall Man shown in the beginning to Look Out for Launch. He is seen talking to him in the Saloon. When Launch shows up and transforms, he is beaten up along with everybody else.
Chenshi was a baby when his village was attacked by Terror and Plague. Terror and Plague had a man-eating gourd which would swallow someone if they did not reply when called by name, and so they gathered the villagers up and called out their names. However, there was no way that the two week old Chenshi could reply. Terror forced Chenshi's mother to tell him his name so that he could call it. But Goku had come to get rid of Terror and Plague at Chao's request, and unable to tolerate this, he dashed in and put a stop to it, and Chenshi was spared. His character design is exactly the same as Turbo Norimaki.
Chuu Lee's Family
Chuu Lee's Mother
Pippi is Chuu Lee's pet bird that ran away, causing Chuu Lee to wait for it. The bird is female in the Japanese version, but male in the English dub.
Cletus and Otis
Cletus and Otis are two Humans who are shown in a semi during Vegeta's battle with Android 18 in the episode "Deadly Beauty". Cletus has dark hair while Otis is big, bald, and has a beard. Cletus notices that Vegeta and 18 are on top of the semi, but Otis (who is driving) does not believe him.
Colm (ビッシュ, Bisshu) is the fishing boy who tricked Oceanus Shenron into revealing the negative effects of her tornado bringing fish to the villagers. After the Six-Star Dragon was defeated, he promises Pan to teach her his village's dance, and Pan promises to teach him how to fly. He owns a seagull pet named Gull (ガル).
Commander Red's painter
During the General Blue Saga, Commander Red has his portrait painted by an anthropomorphic goat. To please Red, the painter portrays Red as a tall, strong man, and Staff Officer Black as what Red truly looks like.
A young farm boy. He was the last one with his dog to be transported to the New Planet Plant when Earth was about to explode in Dragon Ball GT. His parents were too busy with their animals and forgot to take him on their truck. He gets saved on Earth by Piccolo, and then Goku arrives to transport them to safety. As Goku has run out of energy, Piccolo gives him some of his energy to allow Goku to transport back to the ship with Danny and his dog.
Demetrious was a Kanassan who briefly appeared in the TV special Dragon Ball Z: Bardock - The Father of Goku. During the events of the Kanassan war, he is able to draw blood on the Great Ape form of Shugesh with a small but powerful energy blast. After telling his commander of his success in injuring the Saiyan, he is stepped on and killed.
Ed was the man piloting the helicopter that Videl rode to the burning building in the FUNimation dub episode called "Gohan's First Date". After Videl jumped out of the helicopter despite Ed warning her that it was too dangerous, she nearly died before the Great Saiyaman assisted her in putting out the fire. Ed is voiced by Christopher Sabat.
Emi is one of the children traveling in the mirror ship that Krillin, Bulma, and Gohan meet during their travel to Namek in the episode "Held Captive". She is saved by Gohan when a fire breaks out in the spaceship. After Krillin, Bulma, and Gohan save the ship from destruction and leave, Emi is never seen again.
Characters who are fictional in the Dragon Ball Universe.
Bongo the Rabbit
Bongo is a large pink robot rabbit that shook hands with Pan while she was on Goku's shoulders at the 28th World Tournament. Bongo told Pan that she was his best friend. He is not to be confused with the other character named Bongo (the muscular man serving King Gurumes in the movie Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies) or Krillin as he is named in the Harmony Gold dub.
Chad and Loretta
Chad and Loretta were two characters in the romantic movie that Gohan and Angela went to in the Satan City Theater on their first and only date. At about the time Angela was offended by Gohan falling asleep, Loretta was on the verge of breaking up with Chad because of an alleged letter he wrote to a third unseen party named Katie in the movie.
Marsha was a blond character on a TV Soap Opera who was seen being dumped by her boyfriend on the television shortly before Cell's broadcast to the world about his Cell Games.
Rex and Natalie
Rex and Natalie were two more characters in a television show that was being watched by Master Roshi and Maron in the episode "Last Ditch Effort". The show concluded with Rex breaking up with Natalie, and then walking away from her, while Natalie pleaded for him to come back. In the Ocean Group's dub, their names are Blake and Crystal.
Fred was a man in the audience of the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament who was speaking with a friend before Trunks fought Mr. Satan in the exhibition match. Fred told his friend that he would not even let his kid in the ring with Mr. Satan if they were in Trunks' position, since he thought Mr. Satan was too strong for him.
This alien who has geko traits seen in Dragon Ball Minus accompanying Frieza, and discusses with him on their way to Planet Vegeta about the threats that the Saiyans' pride can poses to the Planet Trade Organization, and the possibility that there may be a warrior as strong as described in their legends of the Super Saiyan or the Super Saiyan God among them. In the end of their conversation, Frieza has decided to wipe out the Saiyan race, in the anime it was Zarbon who advised Frieza to kill the Saiyans.
3 soldiers on Planet Frieza #79
These are the first PTO soldiers to have a speaking role in the anime. These 3 soldiers welcome Vegeta on the space pod landing place when he returned to Planet Frieza 79 heavily wounded from his defeat on Earth and wondered about Nappa's whereabouts, they noticed his power level and health were drastically low and immidately evacuate him to the Medical Machine where Malaka treated him.
One was humanoid, another was a geko like creature and the last was a dog-like henchmen.
According to the Dragon Ball Cardass, these 3 soldiers' combined battle power is 2,500.
Control tower soldier
His first appearance is in the late Vegeta Saga, when the heavily wounded Vegeta returns to Planet Frieza 79 to get recovery from his hard battle against the Z Warriors on Earth. He's seen later in the Namek Saga, watching the Ginyu Force heading to Planet Namek. His last appearance is in the Frieza Saga, where he's moderating both Final Form Frieza's and Super Saiyan Goku's power levels with Malaka, using the planet's special Scouter-like computer system that eventually exploded due to Goku's high power level. His fate is unknown but he might have died as the rest of Frieza's henchmen who were around.
According to the Dragon Ball Cardass, the control tower soldier's battle power is 3,000.
Appule's race Control Tower soldier
This is a purple Appule's race member who is first and only seen once Vegeta returns to Planet Frieza 79, he can be seen playing chess or similar game with the blue haired humanoid Control Tower soldier (listed above_, till a sirene that indicates Vegeta's space pod is coming is cutting their game. He is later can be seen taliking with Malaka when Vegeta is out from the Medical Machine.
According to the Dragon Ball Cardass, the Appule-like control tower soldier's battle power is 3,000.
Banan (バナン) and Sūi (スーイ) are two humanoid aliens who work together as foot soldiers in Frieza's interplanetary operations. They made their debut in the episode "Frieza Strikes!". Their names derived from the fruits banana and suika (Japanese for watermelon).
The appearance of Banan is marked by lilac-pigmented skin, horns, orange hair with a mustache and a blue scouter adorned over his face. Sūi has purple-pigmented skin, a fin atop his head, a skull-like nose and wears a red scouter, which his arm cannon connects to. The partners are sent to investigate two unknown power levels detected by Zarbon on Namek. During their search, they encounter Bulma, Krillin and Gohan, the latter two being the source of these power levels, who had only recently touched down on Namek. The two soldiers damage the group's spaceship, rendering them unable to leave the planet. In response they are easily overwhelmed by the Earthlings, who had been suppressing their power levels (a tactic they learned from their experiences with the conflict against Vegeta and Nappa, who relied too heavily on the readings of their scouter, a standard issue accessory among Frieza's army). Banan is kicked in the face by Krillin and Sūi punched by Gohan, causing them to fall into a lake.
According to the Dragon Ball Cardass, Banan and Sui's combined battle power is 2,800.
- Techniques and special abilities
- Flight – The ability to fly with the use of ki.
- Arm cannon – Used by Sūi to damage the group's spaceship.
- Energy Wave – The most basic form of Ki Blast. Used by Banan in Legend of the Super Saiyan, and by the two of them in Harukanaru Densetsu.
- Continuous Energy Wave – A combination of many energy waves fired at a rapid rate. Used by Banan in Legend of the Super Saiyan.
- Video game appearances
Banan and Sūi were given their names in the Game Boy game Dragon Ball Z: Goku Gekitōden, where they appear as recurring foes. Banan shown to be slightly stronger than Sūi: Sūi has 840 HP and BP, and Banan has 980 HP and BP. Also, the fighting style of Banan relies more on physical combat, while Sūi incorporates use of energy wave techniques.
Banan (バナン; called "Bun" in the English version) also appears as a recurring foe with Appule in Dragon Ball Z: Legend of the Super Saiyan. In this video game, Banan gets two color edits as separate enemies: the green haired Beach (ビーチ, Bīchi; called "Bud" or "Cuel" in English versions) and the purple haired Grep (グレップ, Gureppu; called "Bund" or "Regne" in English versions).
They are seen in the background of the Frieza's spaceship battle stage in Dragon Ball Z Arcade. Sūi and Banan, along with Appule, are regular enemies that appear on Namek and Earth in Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu.
- Voice actors
- Japanese: Daisuke Gōri (Banan), Hitoshi Bifu (Sūi)
- Ocean Group dub: Michael Dobson (Banan), Scott McNeil (Sūi)
- FUNimation dub: Merk Harbour (Banan), Troy Williams (Sūi)
- See also
This Frog-Face soldier is a purple-red-headed, reddish-pink-skinned humanoid dilophosaurus-like alien. He was shown giving Frieza a Dragon Ball in one of the first episodes Frieza appeared in. He is the same alien race as Goose , who appeared later in the saga. In the Ocean dub, Frieza refers to him as "my little frog-faced warrior", and he is also named "Frog-Face" in the Frieza Saga card set from the collectible card game. He is killed when one of the three Namekian warriors deflects energy blasts from another soldier in different directions, and one of the blasts ricochets and fries him to death.
According to Dragon Ball Carddass his power level is 2,900.
- Voice actors
One of Frieza's soldiers on Namek who only appears in the anime, and who is named Orlen in the Ocean dub subtitles and Ōren (オーレン) in the Japanese version. He is the same alien race as Appule. He is a yellow humanoid octopus-like alien and has large fangs, no spots on his arms, head, and legs, and red eyes.
This soldier is the one who finds the Namekian village that Vegeta had attacked for its Dragon Ball. He interrogates the only survivor, and learns that it was Vegeta's doing. He then kills the Namekian and returns to Frieza's ship to report.
He lets it slip that he killed the survivor without first asking where Vegeta may have hidden the Dragon Ball, angering Frieza, who then kills Orlen without a second thought, zapping him with Eye Lasers as Zarbon watched (in the Ocean dub, Frieza killed him for cowardice instead, as he did not want to encounter Vegeta), which also was intended to be a demonstration to Zarbon as to what would happen if he failed to locate Vegeta. In Dragon Ball Z Kai, Frieza does not kill Orlen; he merely calls for Appule and before Appule comes in, Orlen is gone and is not shown again at all from that point on in the series, though he would likely have been killed by Vegeta when he attacked Frieza's ship.
In the Dragon Ball manga, it is Appule who discovers the village Vegeta destroyed, and upon returning to report, Frieza does not kill him but orders him to summon The Ginyu Force. In the Ocean dub version, although his name is never mentioned onscreen, he is referenced to as Orlen in the subtitles.
- Techniques and special abilities
- Flight – The ability to fly with the use of ki.
- Ki Blast – The most basic form of energy wave. Used to kill the only survivor of Tsuno's village.
- Exploding Wave – One of Orlen's techniques in Dragon Ball Z: Legend of the Super Saiyan.
- Video game appearances
This orange soldier appears as a recurring foe named Orlen (オーレン, Ōren; renamed "Bugy" or "Shuku" in English versions) in Dragon Ball Z: Legend of the Super Saiyan. In this game, his power level is 4,600-5,600.
Soldiers similar to him appear in the Pinball mode of the Dragon Ball Z TV game.
- Voice actors
- Japanese: Kazumi Tanaka (Dragon Ball Z), Yūsuke Numata (Dragon Ball Z Kai)
- Ocean Group dub: Paul Dobson
- FUNimation dub: Chris Cason
Soldiers who try out for the Ginyu Force
These are the characters who try out for a spot in the Ginyu Force, who appears in the anime only.
He is the same alien race as Raspberry , and has darker skin. He holds the rank of captain. Unfortunately for Strong, he messes up while posing during his tryout and is knocked into the sky by Captain Ginyu. In the FUNimation dub and Ocean dub, the reason for Ginyu knocking Strong into the sky was changed into him being a Captain like Ginyu. As Ginyu knocks him away, he yells "There's only one Captain on the Ginyu Force, and that's me!". His voice actors are Yukimasa Kishino in the Japanese version, Adam Henderson in the Ocean dub, and Justin Pate in the FUNimation dub.
Goose is a green-headed, pale-yellow-skinned humanoid dilophosaurus-like alien. He is the same alien race as the Frog-Face soldier (who appeared in the Namek Saga). During his tryout for the Ginyu Force, Captain Ginyu knocks him into the sky because, according to Ginyu, Goose did not have enough style to be on the Ginyu Force. His voice actors were Kōzō Shioya in the Japanese version, Ward Perry in the Ocean dub, and Sonny Strait in the FUNimation dub.
Oggers is a short, orange alien who appears in the anime only. During his tryout, Captain Ginyu grows tired of the activity and declares the tryout over, knocking Oggers into the sky, along with all the other remaining candidates. His voice actors were Kenji Utsumi in the Japanese version, Paul Dobson in the Ocean dub, and Sonny Strait in the FUNimation dub.
Strock is of the same alien race as the teal Frieza Soldier and Banan. Ginyu knocks him into the sky when he brings the tryout to an end. His voice actors were Kōji Totani in the Japanese version, Michael Dobson in the Ocean dub, and Kyle Hebert in the FUNimation dub.
A Commander from the same alien race as Cui who only appears in the anime. His facial appearance and armor are similar to Cui, with the exception of him wearing a cape over his armor. His loyalty to Frieza is strong, as shown when he orders to kill another of his own race when that soldier insulted Frieza in front of other warriors by presuming Frieza was dying. Upon executing the soldier, the Commander mentions that he owes Frieza for raising his family's station (social rank).
He monitors the battle between Frieza and Goku along with a person similar to Malaka in appearance. However, when they try to read Goku's power level, the machine overloads and the Commander presumably dies in the explosion along with the rest of the soldiers. He was voiced by Masato Hirano in the Japanese version, Jason Gray-Stanford in the Ocean dub, and both Mark Britten and Bill Townsley (onwards) in the FUNimation dub.
Bird-Like Frieza Soldier
In the Garlic Jr. Saga, Vegeta ruthlessly slaughtered some of Frieza's men on a distant planet in search of Goku. This bird-like soldier was the last surviving soldier on the battlefield, from a dodo bird-like alien species called the Litts (though the species is only named in the Japanese version). He wondered why Frieza would order Vegeta to do something like that to his race. Vegeta interrogated this soldier, hoping to get some answers on Goku's whereabouts.
The soldier, who had never met or heard of Goku/Kakarot, said he knew nothing. Vegeta then went on to explain about how Kakarot was the one who killed Frieza and that Vegeta had betrayed Frieza. This left the soldier in shock and he was angered at this, thinking that the Saiyan prince was lying. He tried to shoot him with his arm cannon. In reciprocation, Vegeta grabbed and crushed the gun in front of his face before he even had a chance to fire and Vegeta then blew his face up with a ki beam. This soldier was voiced by Kazumi Tanaka in the Japanese version, Terry Klassen in the Ocean dub, and Chuck Huber in the FUNimation dub.
This Captain is a fictional character in the Dragon Ball franchise. He makes his debut in "The Coming of King Cold", the 330th chapter of the Dragon Ball manga, issued on November 8, 1991. He makes his first animated appearance in "The Mysterious Youth", the 119th episode of Dragon Ball Z, which premiered on December 4, 1991. This Captain is a humanoid who works as a soldier in King Cold's interplanetary operations. His appearance is marked by the curious combination of blond hair coupled with a white beard. The captain is responsible for the discovery of what remains of Frieza, after his climactic battle with Super Saiyan Goku. He oversees the journey to Earth upon Frieza's recovery, where King Cold and Mecha Frieza intend to exact revenge on Goku. After Future Trunks interferes, however, this Captain and his comrades effortlessly fall victim to the youth from the future. He was voiced by Ken Yamaguchi in the Japanese version, Michael Kopsa in the Ocean dub, and Christopher Sabat in the FUNimation dub.
His power level should be over 75,000 at least since Frieza considered him and his crew to be able to defeat the Z-Warriors who fought him on Namek, of whom Krllin who was the weakest had that kind of power level in the begining of the fight.
- The Unnamed Captain is first seen with wrist protectors (as he's seen in the rest of his DBZ appearance), but while he shouts that he found Frieza his hands are covered with gloves despite being bare exposed in the previous scene. He's also seen wearing gloves in Dragon Ball Heroes.
- On his first appearence his battle armor lacks leg pads, afterwards he has them.
Fire Safety Kids' Parents
The parents of the Fire Safety Kids which are seen in Goku's Fire Brigade. They are only seen in their pajamas in one scene of the film. The boy tells their mother that they should make sure that the gas is completely off and the daughter tells the father that he should not be smoking a cigarette in bed.
General White's Sisters
General White's sisters are two younger women only seen in a photo that Ninja Murasaki drops when fighting Goku in Muscle Tower. The picture is of them in their underwear getting dressed in ninja outfits. He was supposed to be showing them around the tower at the time, so he likely tricked them into changing so that he could use his stealth to take the picture. One has purple hair and is shown putting on blue while the other one is blonde and is seen putting on pink. Murasaki also has a picture of the blonde (possibly whom he sees as the most attractive of the two siblings) posing alone in her pink ninja outfit in his hut.
Jimbo and Slimjim
Jimbo and Slimjim were the first two members of the Red Shark Gang to be seen, when they are on a joyride terrorizing citizens. Gohan steps up to fight them, but when he sees Videl watching, he lets his guard down because he does not want her to know of his strength, and Jimbo lands a punch to Gohan's face. Then, Videl jumps in and takes out Jimbo with ease, and the two flee back to their gang. It is implied that his punching Gohan still managed to injure him to a certain extent, even with Gohan faking his lack of strength, because Jimbo remarked that punching Gohan was "like punching a wall of solid steel." Shortly later, they are seen with their gang, who held the Satan City Mayor at knife point, demanding that Mr. Satan come out to fight their leader, Rock.
They both later appear in "People of Earth Unite" when Gohan tries to convince people to give energy to Goku's Super Spirit Bomb, although Slimjim now has blonde hair. A short while later into the same episode, when Mr. Satan thinks of the people on Earth, one of the people he thinks of is Slimjim with his hair now back to the brown color.
King Wonton & Queen Harumaki
The king and queen of a land that Goku visits in "Goku vs. Sky Dragon". They held a match that was to be between Master Chin of the Chin-Star School and Sky Dragon of the Panther-Fang School for the title of Master of Martial Arts, but instead Goku filled in for Chin.
Mack is one of Maron's many boyfriends who shows up on Kame Island to pick her up in the episode called "Last Ditch Effort". He and the other boyfriends each come in their own small boats. He and Tommie are the first two of Maron's boyfriends to show up, followed shortly thereafter by roughly a dozen more.
Mermaid appeared in episode fourteen of Dragon Ball, "Goku's Rival" (in Dragon Ball SD, she is replaced by Otokosuki). Master Roshi asked Goku to find and bring him a pretty girl, and if he did, he would train him. Goku brought her back to the island on the Flying Nimbus, where Roshi proceeded to hit on her, though he was put off by the tail at first. She then punched him and jumped back into the ocean. Her riding on the Flying Nimbus when Master Roshi met her implies that she was pure of heart.
The mermaid appears in the video game Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen.
Milk Delivery Man
The Milk Delivery Man is an anthropomorphic white cow who appears in the episode entitled "Milk Delivery". Master Roshi requests that he allow Goku and Krillin to deliver the milk in his place. They begin to deliver the milk following the route but without any vehicle or transport as a part of their training.
- See also
- Voice actresses
- FUNimation dub: Stephanie Nadolny
Mr. Henderson is a business man scheduled to have a golf game with Trunks in Dragon Ball GT.
Ami is the brother of Dabu and the younger brother of the warrior Nam. His address is SAM 275508 S.
Dabu is the brother of Ami and the younger brother of the warrior Nam. Dabu appears as a heavily starved boy, and has almost no body mass. It is presumed that after Master Roshi sponsored Nam's village by giving them food, Dabu becomes a normal, healthy boy. His address is SAM 275508 S.
Barry Walters is a reporter who hosts a live broadcast in one of the cities desecrated by Cell during his absorption outbreaks. Here, Walters suggests various ways that viewers can avoid being absorbed, as Cell is still at large and imperfect during this time. He appears in the episode "Our Hero Awakes".
Beverly Jones was a news reporter who was reporting an update on Cell's destruction. She said that Cell was attacking South City, and hearing this gave the Z Warriors the idea to try and ambush him in South City by flying there in a ship so their powers would not be sensed. While on their way to South City, Goku healed and teleported into the ship. She has the same hairstyle as the female Saiyan Fasha.
John Johnson is a reporter during the time Cell was absorbing people. He appeared in the episode "Our Hero Awakes". After reporter Barry Walters was done with his report, he went back to John Johnson (though he said he was going back to someone named Roy). John told everyone to stay safe and be prepared. Cell, who had just absorbed a gunman and was watching the report at the time, responded by kicking the TV, shattering its screen.
Nick Hornby is a news anchor who interviewed the Great Saiyaman after he rescued a falling jet in the episode called "I'll Fight Too! ". He was said to work for channel 10.
After the Cell Games, Lionel and Jimmy Firecracker are seen at Mr. Satan's victory parade.
Tony is a cameraman who works for ZTV. He was covering X.S. Cash's Intergalactic World Tournament, the world tournament featured in the movie Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound, but he was knocked out by one of the Intergalactic Fighters (Mr. Satan's fighters dressed up).
Paperclip truck driver
In the episode "Deadly Beauty", Vegeta threatens to blast Android 18, who is standing several meters away from him on the road. A truck drives behind Android 18 and the driver yells for her and Vegeta to get out of the middle of the road, as he has a truckload of paperclips he needs to unload. With no regard for the safety of the driver, Vegeta shoots a Big Bang Attack at 18. Naturally, she dodges and the blast hits the paperclip truck and blows it up, killing the driver. Android 17 comments that he likes to see destruction such as this. He bears an uncanny resemblance to Android 13, and the logo on his truck's passenger door closely resembles the insignia of the Ginyu Force. It is worth noting that, due to the nature of his death at the hands of Vegeta, he is never wished back to life in the original series.
In the dubbed version of Dragon Ball Z Kai, the driver is left alive instead of dying from Vegeta's attack, as he can be heard exclaiming "Dude, my truck!!" as the explosion subsided. It is possible that he got out the truck before it exploded, in the Japanese version he actually doesn't say anything.
In the Japanese original version of this scene, there's no referece to the content of the truck.
In the episode "Blackmail", a big truck with a similar-looking driver nearly collides with Great Saiyaman in Satan City. Both this driver and the paperclip driver are wearing a hat that says "98CIAL".
Patrol 15 are two soldiers of King Furry's army that appear in "Earth's Guardian Emerges". They discover a dead bear which was killed by a young Piccolo Jr. They first mistake him for an innocent child and warn him that there might be poachers, but Piccolo uses his powers to damage their guns, scaring them away.
- Voice actors
- Tai's father, a character who appears during the King Piccolo Saga, looks like Penny's father. But Tai's father is voiced by Naoki Tatsuta.
Penny's Mother is a resident of the Land of Gurumes. She was watching the kingdom being bulldozed down in search of Blood Rubies. She yelled out when Penny attacked one of King Gurumes' soldiers. When her dad came out to save her he was beaten up by Bongo. She came out of the crowd to rush over to her beaten husband. She is identical to Suno's mother.
- Voice actresses
- Japanese voice: Reiko Suzuki
- Ocean Group dub: Kathy Morse
- She looks very similar to Suno's mother.
Pinfu (ピンフ) is the child that had constantly moved with his parents due to the attacks on the villages that he and his parents had lived in by InoShikaCho, a giant boar. Pinfu appears in the episode "The Rampage of InoShikaCho".
After the first village they lived in was attacked, Pinfu and his parents were forced to move to a second village, as this seemed to be a wiser decision than to stay in the village that was attacked. As they are moving to the other village, the brakes on their tractor fail and they find themselves in an out-of-control vehicle, with all of their belongings in the tractor. Luckily, they are saved by Goku, who was passing through.
The village they move to is soon attacked by InoShikaCho as well, and Pinfu and his parents have no choice but to move once again.
Poperu (ポペル), also called Popell or Pablo, is the boy seen dating Pan in Dragon Ball GT. Pan thinks he is cute, gentle, and ladylike. He runs away after seeing Pan fight bank robbers.
- Voice actors
- Japanese: Hiroshi Kamiya
Princess Misa's Parents
King Kress (クレス王) and Queen Kress (クレス王妃) are the rulers of the Fiend Village, a land that Goku visits in the episode "Goku Goes to Demon Land". They sent Goku to the Demon Realm so he can save their daughter Princess Misa, who was kidnapped by Shula, the king of the Demon World, who was planning to marry her.
After Goku rescued her and left Demon Land, he met back up with the king and queen. The king appeared to be very grumpy when first meeting Goku, but became very happy and grateful to him when he saw that Goku saved his daughter. He also is aware of the existence of Master Roshi.
Princess Snake's Attendants
Princess Snake's servant girls are always at her side. In the FUNimation dub, one of them is named Nina (her name is mentioned by princess Snake). Likewise, in the old Ocean Group dub, one is referred to as "Keely."
In a scene cut from televised airings, one of the servant girls pulls out a magnum pistol, explaining she likes to play Russian roulette to pass the time and quickly loses the game when the gun's bullet goes through her head.
They appear in the Nintendo DS games Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu and Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans. In the latter, they are enemies that show the ability to contort and elongate their arms to attack their opponents. Also in Attack of the Saiyans, those called Princess Servants are blonde and wear green dress while those called Princess' Guards have dark hair and wear purple dress.
Red Ribbon Army Soldiers
Silver's henchmen (RR軍兵士, RR-gun heishi) are a Human and an anthropomorphic wolf who work for Colonel Silver. They are the only soldiers under the command of Colonel Silver who appear in the Dragon Ball manga.
While they were snoozing instead of searching the Dragon Ball, Colonel Silver rudely awakens them with his gun. They talk about how pointless the search is when Goku comes and finds the Dragon Ball in less than a minute. They try to steal it, but Goku easily defeats them.
Silver's henchmen are featured in a boss fight in the video game Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen. They are seen in a cutscene in Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Son Goku Densetsu. The human soldier also has a brief appearance in Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo, while the anthropomorphic wolf is used as a model for regular soldiers in the game. In Dragon Ball: Origins 2, this duo is replaced by a soldier wearing a Red Ribbon Army uniform and a Leopard Man.
White's scouts are a Human and an anthropomorphic dog who work for General White. The human is ranked a sergeant, while the dog is an ordinary soldier. Out of White's regular soldiers, they are the only two to have a major role in the Dragon Ball anime.
They are first introduced when they report a plane crash to White. White orders them to investigate the crash, according to the report he received from Red Ribbon Army Headquarters about Goku on board the plane. The sergeant responds that all they found were remnants of the robot that was piloting the plane. The soldier, however, manages to find a trail (resulting from Suno dragging an unconscious Goku), and the two follow it via a tank. When White calls them for progress reports, the sergeant responds that the trail is too hard to see due to a blizzard; White simply barks at him to not waste any time, under the pretense that the boy was not far.
The sergeant then orders his platoon to fan out and search for Goku, while he and his underling continue to follow the trail. It eventually ends at the edge of a cliff, so they decide to turn back. Suddenly, the sergeant discovers a small number of dome-shaped houses (Jingle Village) below the cliff, one of which he assumes that Goku is in hiding. One by one, they search the houses, leaving inhabitants terrified and their furniture destroyed by gunfire. When they finally reach Suno's home, they discover Goku in the bathroom and open fire; but to their horror, they find that their guns had very little effect on the child. Goku misidentifies the sergeant as Suno's father, but Suno explains that they are Red Ribbon soldiers. Before the soldiers can fire a second round, they are knocked out by Goku's swift attacks. The sergeant is never seen again after this.
During Goku's fight with Ninja Murasaki, the dog soldier is seen again at Muscle Tower (having recovered from his wounds), serving the imprisoned Jingle Village Chief his supper in his jail cell. When the chief asks the soldier about the battle's ruckus, the soldier answers that Goku was coming to rescue him but warns him not to get his hopes up, as he assumes the boy was already dead anyway. Enraged that the army would go so far as to kill a child, the chief grabs the soldier, yelling at him what he do if he had a son in the same situation; the soldier pushes him away and responds that he would not have his own son wandering around the tower in the first place before leaving the jail cell. Afterwards, the soldier is never seen again.
In the GBA game Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure, the Red Ribbon soldier enemies look like the dog soldier. They are unlockable as playable characters in certain modes. Both appear in Dragon Ball: Origins 2 as regular enemies in chapter 2.
White's Binoculars Soldier
The binoculars soldier is a random soldier who works for General White. He is most likely the NCO of the squad patrolling the vicinity where the soldiers forced the citizens of Jingle Village to dig through the snow for one of the Dragon Balls supposedly near them. When he noticed Goku running towards the digging site, he alerted a tank to pursue him. In the episode "A Real Bind", a soldier similar to this one was seen spying on Yamcha and the others while they were flying towards the Red Ribbon HQ.
The Tank Soldiers were three of General White's troops who drove a single tank. They were sent by the binoculars soldier who discovered Goku heading near their digging area. After the boy dodged their cannon fire, the leader of the trio stepped out of the tank and yelled out to him, demanding to know where he was going. Goku answered that he was on his way to Muscle Tower; this amused the soldiers, as they teased him about his business there and suggested that he turn back. When the boy asked them if they were Red Ribbon soldiers (to which the leader responded yes), he ordered them to fight him. They did via gunfire, but Goku managed to evade their bullets by traveling beneath the snow, intimidating the confused soldiers. After a brief moment of hiding, Goku finally popped out, surprising them, and defeated the gun-toting trio.
Muscle Tower Guards
The Muscle Tower Guards were a small group of General White's soldiers patrolling the vicinity around Muscle Tower. Among these soldiers is an anthropomorphic bear, who is most likely the NCO of the group. When they saw Goku rushing towards the tower, the NCO alerted his superior, who ordered them to immediately open fire. Goku, however, shielded himself from the soldiers' bullets and knocked them all out simultaneously using his power pole.
2nd Floor Guards
The 2nd Floor Guards were four of General White's soldiers Goku encountered on the second floor of Muscle Tower. Two of the soldiers fought via kicking and boxing, while the other two wielded a gun and a knife.
They were at first seen lounging about (possibly bored), waiting for their intruder. They were quick to react as they heard the outside door open but were surprised to find that the trespasser was a mere child (Goku). Amused, the troops "scolded" Goku for startling them and, with granted permission from General White, prepared to kill him.
Intent on sharing the killing of the boy among his comrades, the leader of the group (the kicking soldier) slowly reared in on Goku to strike first but missed, and Goku kicked back, sending the soldier flying into the wall, the impact knocking him out. Angered, the knife-wielder and the boxer both lunged at the boy but were easily defeated as well. The gun-toter then attempted to sneak on Goku and shoot him, but Goku dodged too quickly, and the soldier found himself firing at an illusion. Confused about his enemy's whereabouts, he panicked, and Goku tapped his shoulder from behind (much to the soldier's shock) and sent him flying into a nearby table with a powerful punch, knocking him out too, much to the intrigue of White and Murasaki.
The Maze Soldiers were the last group of General White's men (5 soldiers, to be exact) who were sent to the 4 1/2 floor to kill Goku. Android 8, putting his ear to the floor, sensed their approaching footsteps, causing Goku to be on the offensive. When they arrived, Eighter reluctantly tripped one of them (who just happened to be running while on the search), sending the soldier flying into a wall, knocking him out cold; Goku easily defeated the other four by pushing two of the soldiers into another one, sending all three flying to the wall to knock them out, and landing a powerful punch to the last soldier.
The soldiers who were piled together can be seen under Colonel Silver's command: Two were chasing the monkeys that were in possession of one of the Dragon Balls; the third (a bearded soldier) was destroying a forest with a flamethrower.
Scout 0-1 is a soldier in the Red Ribbon Army. He saw Goku, Krillin and Bulma leave Kame House to search for the Dragon Ball in a submarine. He told General Blue that his base was Kame House and they only people there are an old man, a turtle and a woman who were all unarmed.
Soldier 23 was one of the last soldiers of General Blue's sector. He was sleeping back at General Blue's Camp during the time Goku, Krillin, Bulma and Mousey escaped the Pirate Cave. When he woke up, he overheard Goku's conversation about he defeated General Blue, to which the soldier panicked and hid in a shelf while they investigated the base. When they left General Blue returned and, after being informed by the soldier that the three had been in the base and that he had been sleeping on the job and had hid from them instead of trying to stop them, killed him using a gun (mentioning to the dying soldier "now you can sleep all you want"). He has a slight resemblance to Senbei Norimaki from the Dr. Slump series.
Violet and the trio first appeared on a boat, searching for one of the Dragon Balls in a swamp. While the wolf soldier was fanning his relaxing superior, the human soldiers (following the radar confiscated from Goku) discovered the Dragon Ball at the swamp's bottom and quickly alerted her of the discovery. As they prepared to leave, a giant alligator impeded their path; one of the human soldiers attempted to subdue it with a gatling gun. Violet understood that it was merely hungry and pushed the human soldiers off the boat as meal offerings to distract the alligator so that she and her last goon could escape. The two soldiers begged their commanding officer to let them back on, but their pleas fell on deaf ears, and the behemoth reptile instantly devoured them, much to the horror of the wolf soldier.
When they finally reached land, Violet and the wolf soldier attempted to return to Red Ribbon HQ via an airplane that was parked nearby. Their efforts, however, were delayed by hostile natives throwing spears, and the soldier realized that he and his leader were on their turf. Making haste, he tried to start the plane's engine but failed to do so in time when he was stabbed by one of the flying spears, killing him. Violet then took control of the plane herself and flew back to HQ safely with the Dragon Ball in her possession. Despite losing her men, she managed to successfully complete her mission.
In the FUNimation dub, Samuel is General Blue's long lost brother. At Penguin Village, when General Blue was going to Senbei Norimaki's house in order to steal an airplane, he mistakes Obotchaman for Samuel while Obotchaman was fixing his stolen car. In the original Japanese version, Samuel is never referred to and General Blue instead expresses his attraction for Obotchaman.
Tai is little boy who only appears in the Dragon Ball anime. He is celebrating his birthday with his family during the Piccolo Jr. Saga, when Kid Piccolo Jr. becomes angry at the sight of them and throws a rock through their window. While they are distracted, Piccolo Jr. enters their house and approaches them from behind. The Namekian ransacks their house and then runs off into the woods. The family sicces their dog on him, but Piccolo Jr. blasts it away, thereby discovering some of his power.
Tailor Ford is the man who made a new Turtle School uniform for Goku right before he goes to Fortuneteller Baba's Palace with Yamcha, Puar, Krillin and Upa. Yamcha bribes him to have it done in an hour. Tailor Ford lives in a town in the northeast part of the Southern Continent.
The Tiger Thief is an anthropomorphic tiger (who is just like Bear Thief) who was being offered to save Chao's village in "Terror and Plague". He declined the offer and was going to attack Chao but was defeated by Goku.
- Video game appearance
- The armor the Tiger Thief wears resembles that worn by Chinese soldiers during the Ming and Qing Dynasties. The Bear Thief, the Tiger Thief, the nameless warrior trapped in the Gourd of Mist, Sky Dragon, and Lord Yao also wear similar armors.
- Tiger Thief might be based on an unnamed demon warrior from the king of the yellow wind in the Chinese novel Journey to the West.
Tommie is one of Maron's many boyfriends. He makes his first and only appearance in the series during the 137th episode of the Dragon Ball Z anime, "Last Ditch Effort". This is during the Android Saga. He is a muscular Human with black hair. When he arrives on Master Roshi's island, he is seen wearing a light blue-green top (the same color as his boat), red shorts and black sunglasses.
Tommie shows up on Master Roshi's Island while Maron is watching a sad, love story movie. When the movie is ending they hear a noise outside that is when Mack arrives on Master Roshi's Island, followed by Tommie. They are followed by many of Maron's other boyfriends. When Master Roshi asks who all of the men are Maron replies by saying, "I was bored so I called up a few boyfriends". Maron then runs inside, grabs her bags and hops into the boat with Tommie. She and all of her boyfriends are never seen again in Dragon Ball Z.
The Aerobics Women (エアロビの女人) are women that appear on Master Roshi's favorite television program, "Wide-Thigh Aerobics" which he watches whenever he is able to. He claims watching them could unlock the key to creating a new technique, when in reality he just wants to watch it for the pleasure of seeing beautiful women work out. Everytime he is seen watching the program, the women seem different.
This program first appeared in chapter 24 "The High Price of Education" of the manga and episode 14, "Goku's Rival" in the anime. In one instance in the episode "Find that Stone!", Arale Norimaki can be seen on the TV instead of the woman but when the screen shifted back to Roshi regular woman are seen again. In one episode Roshi is seen listening to workout tapes on a cassette player rather than watching it on TV. In the episode "The Doomsday Broadcast", the program was briefly interrupted when Cell burst through the floor right underneath an aerobic woman, causing her to get into a screaming fit as well as alerting the Z Fighters to Cell's presence on TV.
Emperor Pilaf's Mother
During the Emperor Pilaf Saga, in the anime only, Emperor Pilaf has a dream with his mother saying "Pilaf, did you steal those Dragon Balls?" Then, Pilaf says "Mommy," causing him to trip and drop the Dragon Balls. She is never mentioned again in the series.
Four Professional Boxers
A Muscular Lady brought to Kame House when Goku went there to receive training from Master Roshi.
Roshi told Goku to find him a curvy girl first. When Goku arrived back, Roshi found he brought him back this very large woman. After this, Master Roshi showed Goku a photo of the type of girl that he wanted.
- Video game appearances
This lady makes a minor appearance in the video game Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen and is a boss in Dragon Ball: Origins. In Dragon Ball: Origins, Goku finds this muscular woman in the Mushroom Forest after a villager from Monster Carrot's Village told him a robust woman was there seeking for a mushroom that would make her stronger. After the boss battle, she accepts to travel to Kame House with Goku because she wants to learn martial arts.
A woman who looks like the Muscular Lady is later seen at the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament, during the brief scene in which Goku is naked following his Great Ape de-transformation.
Mother with sunglasses
A woman with red/blonde hair and sunglasses who lives in West City. She makes several minor appearances in the series. She is often seen rolling a stroller, like in her first appearance, in "A Trip to the City". She is seen fleeing West City in "Prelude to Vengeance", with her daughter watering flowers in Dragon Ball: Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans, pushing a stroller in "People of Earth Unite", rolling a stroller with three kids in Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!! She also appears in Dragon Ball Online.
A Rich Couple is a husband and wife that had lost their money. They visit Fortuneteller Baba to retrieve it; she reveals to them that they had hid it in a cucumber, something they had forgotten. Then, they leave Baba's palace in their limo. This rich couple obviously had the financial means to pay Baba's massive fee to have their fortune told, so they did not have to fight her five warriors.
According to Master Roshi, long ago there was a Mighty-but-compassionate Warrior. His power was beyond measure, yet many foolish upstarts tried to destroy him, in hopes of making a name for themselves. They were all unsuccessful, until one day, Spike the Devil Man appeared. Knowing he could not compete against the warrior's strength, the Devilman attacked using his mind. He discovered he could exploit his opponent's negative thoughts, no matter how faint, and convert them into an energy beam of immense power, the Devilmite Beam.
The Mighty-but-compassionate Warrior looks very similar to Nam.
Strong King's Guard
This guard attempts to thwart Piccolo's takeover of King Castle, but is killed with a hand through his chest after he refuses to tell King Piccolo where King Furry is located. It is presumed he was soon after revived with the other recent victims of King Piccolo and his sons.
Parsley City Old Man
An old man was one of the survivors of the attack of Future Android 17 and Future Android 18 on Parsley City, trapped in an overturned car. The man had a son who was murdered by Android 17 during the attack (implied in the FUNimation original and remastered dubs to be the same boy who Android 18 thought was cute and was angered with 17 for murdering), getting him enraged enough to attempt to shoot Android 17, weakly shouting "You demon! That was my son you killed!". Unfortunately, Android 17's enhanced body structure allowed the bullet to bounce off his head and notice the old man, with the old man attempting to drive him away futilely by repeatedly shooting at him with his handgun. He then ends up at the mercy of 17 (who intends to play "draw" with him by pointing his laser gun inches from the old man's chin), stating he can not spare the old man since "he shot first". However, he is narrowly saved by Future Trunk's Ki Blast aimed at 17, bracing for the Ki blasts impact with a building. He is later helped up after Androids 17 and 18 are vanquished by Trunks, who expresses sympathy to his mourning for his son by stating that he knew a man he viewed like a father who was killed by the Androids. In the manga, however, he is killed by Android 17 before Trunks shows up.
Piccolo's Adoptive Parents
An old couple who found King Piccolo's last egg, which contained Piccolo Jr. The old lady spotted the egg, and she and her husband brought it to their house. There, they witnessed Piccolo Jr.'s birth. Later, the young Piccolo Junior burned down the couple's empty house and vowed revenge. The couple only appears in the anime episode Lost and Found and does not appear in the manga.
The son of Hero. When his father's body had been borrowed by Kami, Hero's son was rooting for his father during in the whole 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament. After Kami freed Hero while he was sucked into an Evil Containment Wave Container by Piccolo, his father woke up in the ring confused and the boy was seen congratulating his father.
Lucky Foods workers
Two men who work for Lucky Foods. They had their car stolen by Android 18, Android 17, and Android 16 while they were having a hot coffee. They attempted to stop the Androids, but stopped when they saw Android 16 lifting the car, leaving them in awe.
Men with "The Super Saiyan" shirts
Two men with "The Super Saiyan" shirts are seen twice in the series. It is not clear if they even know about Saiyans. This was probably a joke.
The first man appears in "Saiyans Emerge" when Semi-Perfect Cell is threatening to kill the people on the nearby islands if Android 18 will not show herself. He has light brown hair, and wears a plain white t-shirt with gold letters which read "The Super Saiyan". The screen at this time shows a couple of citizens, and he is shown standing to another man. Another man with a shirt that reads "The Super Saiyan" appears in Bojack Unbound.
Capsule Corporation Explorer
The Capsule Corporation Explorer is a man who works for Capsule Corporation. He meets Goku in the Northern Wastelands desert and tells him about the upcoming tornado while the Saiyan was searching for one of the seven Dragon Balls during the ten day period before the Cell Games.
An unnamed tailor who lives in a city south of the Sacred Land of Korin and east of the Red Ribbon Army Headquarters. Mercenary Tao appears to this tailor right after Goku had ruined his outfit during their battle. The tailor says to Tao that the outfit would take a whole week to remake, but Tao gives him only three days, and the tailor remakes his outfit without sleep. When he asks for his pay, Tao wonders why he would ask the world's greatest assassin to give away money. Tao tells him he does not carry any money and instead offers to kill someone for him, as his services normally cost 10 billion zeni, but as the tailor does not want anyone killed, Tao kills the tailor with a Pressure Point Attack and leaves the shop, telling him to keep the change.
- Video game appearances
Tao's tailor appears in the video game Dragon Ball: Origins 2, but is not shown being killed by Tao. He is even shown in level 7-1, replacing the tailor who remade Goku's Turtle School uniform in the series. In the bonus level 5-6, the tailor is the one who tells Krillin about a fabulous treasure and the "giant bird" who protects it inside the pyramid in the Sacred Land of Korin.
Unnamed Asian Child
A unnamed Asian Child who helps Sharpner get a picture of the Great Saiyaman (Gohan) unmasked. As part of Sharpner's plan, the boy asks Gohan if he can help him see, so Gohan lifts up the child and the child takes off Gohan's sunglasses. Sharpner gets a shot of him unmasked, but Piccolo destroys all the cameras so it was useless. In the FUNimation dub, this character is voiced by Laurie Steele (the voice of Young Krillin).
Unnamed Big Fighter
An unnamed fighter who fought the Bruce Lee Impersonator for 100,000 zeni in the Red Ribbon Army Saga episode "A Trip to the City". This big fighter only appears in the anime. All of his attacks are dodged by the Bruce Lee Impersonator, and he is then knocked out with an uppercut causing the impersonator to win. He bears a slight resemblance to retired USMC drill instructor and actor R. Lee Ermey. He also has a resemblance to General White, but with a flat top haircut.
Big Fighter's Friends
Two men who are the Big Fighter's friends. They wear identical clothing, and are seen cheering the Big Fighter on during his fight with the Bruce Lee Impersonator. Once the fighter loses, they drag him out of there.
A couple that appears on a TV in Bulma's Capsule House. The couple are about to kiss and Bulma is really enjoying it until Goku changes the TV to a Godzilla show that scares Bulma. The woman calls the man Chad.
An Arabic-looking assassin that attempted to kill Mercenary Tao while he stayed in the village where he got new clothes. When attempting to kill Tao, Tao flipped his sandal off of his feet into the air which prevented the bullet from hitting him causing the unnamed assassin to fail. He only appears in the 61st episode of the Dragon Ball anime titled "Korin Tower". His weapon appears to be an Armalite AR-15, the semi-automatic civilian model of the M16A1.
A doctor who works in Wukong Hospital. He slightly resembles Dr. Brief (and sounds quite similar to him), except with slightly spikier hair, a smaller mustache, and is remarkably taller. This doctor takes care of Goku when he is in the hospital after his battle against Vegeta. He and the nurse refuse to let Goku train with his bad arm. Later, he does not want Yajirobe to give him a Senzu Bean, and both he and the nurse are quite shocked to see it completely heal Goku. They then watch shockingly when Goku leaves the hospital and flies away on his Flying Nimbus.
The doctor is briefly seen in a cutscene in the first Dragon Ball Z: Budokai video game.
Unnamed Fighter injured by Tien
This fighter was savagely beaten in the ring of an unnamed tournament held before the 22nd World Martial Arts Tournament. As they fought in front of the large, cheering audience, Tien wins the fight, but instead of stopping when he has got the win, he breaks the man's leg mercilessly.
While searching for the Dragon Balls in the King Piccolo Saga, Tien, Chiaotzu and Master Roshi arrive at a near-vacated town. Tien knocks at the door of the house where the Dragon Ball is indicated to be. When the man's wife opens the door, Tien finds himself face-to-face with the ex-fighter. Sitting at a table, the man recognizes Tien. He says he suffered 13 broken bones and it took him 2 years to make his way back to his house after what Tien did to him.
While the man's wife calls the police, believing Tien is responsible for the series of murders being committed by Tambourine, Tien gives a heart-felt apology and asks for the Dragon Ball. The man laughs at him and refuses outright to have anything to do with Tien. Outside the house, Master Roshi and Chiaotzu note a bunch of police cars arriving. They bust into the house and wish to arrest Tien for the murder of all the martial artists. Master Roshi walks into the house to try to diffuse the situation. One officer recognizes him, and listens to Master Roshi as he vouches for Tien. Master Roshi is able to prove Tien's innocence and the police soon leave. Tien again asks for the Dragon Ball. Not trusting Tien, the man wearily predicts that the former Crane student will proceed to tear his humble house apart in his search for the object. Instead of getting mad, Tien grovels at the man's feet, begging him for forgiveness for his previous cruel actions and for the Dragon Ball which can help stop the current crisis, even offering to let the man take his revenge on him and break his arms if he so wishes. Surprised by Tien's humbleness, the man lowers his gun and grants Tien his forgiveness. He says that he may have the Dragon Ball, which his sleeping baby is currently holding.
Unnamed Namekian Warrior
After witnessing a fellow Namekian falling from exhaustion and being dragged without mercy by one of the guards, the Namekian warrior breaks out of his chains and attacks the robot. He is evidently stopped and caught in the guard's clamping hands, and is then thrown viciously to the ground. Before the guard is able to kill the Namekian with his blaster, Gohan shows up and deflects the blast.
Unnamed Saiyan Elites
The first elite has black hair and black Battle Armor, the second elite has blonde hair and green Battle Armor, and the third elite has reddish-like hair and black-and-green Battle Armor. Interestingly, all three have the same green scouter and their Battle Armor designs are nearly identical from each other's and from Bardock's.
On an unnamed planet, the three Saiyan elites and Nappa were laughing in entertainment after Prince Vegeta sadistically blasts one of the inhabitants. When the inhabitants tried to fight back, the Saiyans were protected by an Energy Shield. The first one was kneeling and looked bored, while the other two were standing behind Nappa as they and Prince Vegeta witness King Vegeta destroying the inhabitants, the planet and two other planets in the vicinity with an Explosive Wave.
Unnamed Saiyan Messenger Soldier
This was one of King Vegeta's messenger soldiers of the Royal Guard. King Vegeta gave him the mission to capture planet Tazba for Frieza, but the Saiyan failed to capture the planet on time due to the full moon being three days away. Because of this, King Vegeta kills the Saiyan messenger using his Execution Beam.
Unnamed Truck Driver
The truck driving man (トラックの運転手, Torakku no unten-shu; lit. "Truck Driver") seen in Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy. He offers Goku Jr. a ride only to steal the young boy's food while he is turned around urinating. Other than being a thief, the unnamed man is a slob and very overweight. He works for a company known as Mac Macs, which apparently is a hamburger distributor.
An unnamed warrior who was trapped inside the Gourd of Mist. He is seen when Chao tells Goku about the gourd in "Terror and Plague". This warrior wields a sovnya (a Russian naginata-like weapon), and wears an armor that resembles that worn by Chinese soldiers during the Ming and Qing Dynasties.The Bear Thief, Ox-King, the Tiger Thief, Sky Dragon, and Lord Yao also wear similar uniforms.
Other World Fighter
This Other World Fighter is a long-haired fighter from the East Quadrant of the universe. He is seen beating the Gorilla during the Other World Tournament, but did not make it to the final rounds. During the final of the tournament, East Kai makes him run laps along with her other students for losing their fights.
Giant from Monmaasu
He owns a hawk that he uses to hunt. One day, he eats an apple where one of the Four-Star Black Star Dragon Balls was stuck and ends with a toothache. To retrieve the Black Star Dragon Ball, Goku removes his tooth by firing a Kamehameha at it. This ends the giant's toothache.
- Video game appearance
The giant is the Monmaasu stage in Dragon Ball GT: Transformation, with the giant's tooth being his weak spot.
- See also
Luud Cult Mercenary
A machine gunner who is taken down by Gohan in his Great Saiyaman outfit in the movie Wrath of the Dragon. This machine gunner wears a bandolier and holsters a machine gun, as well as a skull cap. In his actual appearance, he is portrayed with a red shirt, but he is seen with a green shirt for his figurine included in the Super Guerriers series.
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A member of the Motorcycle Police Squad who makes a brief appearance in the movie Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods. She observes the battle against the God of Destruction Beerus from afar and wonders if Capsule Corporation is using fireworks again when she sees an explosion cause by one of Vegeta's attacks on the God of Destruction. She is modeled after and voiced by the Olympic gold-medalist Kaori Matsumoto.
A girl Majin Buu was interested in until she did not show any interest back and was eaten.
The girl catches Majin Buu's interest while he is attacking her city. She is asked if she thinks he is sexy. Scared, she replies with a yes to not anger Buu, but when Majin Buu tries to kiss her, she screams. Her magazine falls out of her bag and when Majin Buu sees it, he made his face look like a celebrity in the magazine, Barry Kahn. However, the girl still does not kiss Buu as he did not change his fat body. When Majin Buu gets tired of her, he turns her into candy and eats her.
It is assumed she was later brought back to life with the Dragon Balls.
Walter was one of the police officers pursuing the Androids after #18 shoplifted an outfit from a clothing store. While on the chase, #18 got out of the van and took out all of the police cars with ease, halting their pursuit. After the police cars had been taken out of commission by #18, Walter and another police man laid beaten and dumbfounded in their car.
West City Taxi Driver
A Taxi Driver who works in West City and drives a hovercar taxi. When Goku makes it to the city and does some exploring for Bulma in the episode "A Trip to the City", he gets in a cab and asks the driver to take him to Bulma's house. When the Taxi Driver learns that Goku does not have money, he gets angry and tells him to leave his taxi.
The West City Taxi Driver later appears in Dragon Ball: Plan to Eradicate the Super Saiyans, where he is shown knocked out after a car crash. Also, his car makes a brief appearance in Dragon Ball: Yo! Son Goku and His Friends Return!!.
World Martial Arts Tournament Staff Members
Unnamed Tournament Staff Member
An unnamed man who works at the World Martial Arts Tournament primarily seen in the Tournament Saga. He is seen at times with a megaphone directing fighters to go to the Elimination Rounds. Bulma gets mad at him because he will not allow her to see Yamcha fight. Notably, Master Roshi also refers to him as a loud-mouth.
He also appears in Dragon Ball Online and several other video games.
Marvin was the man in charge of the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament. He appeared in both the manga (in cameos during the world tournament saga where he acts as a background character) and anime (in "Learn to Fuse!"). After Babidi made his telepathical broadcast to the Earth demanding the whereabouts of Trunks, Goten, and Piccolo. Marvin, who had their information from the Tournament, contacted Babidi and told him their names (he said that one of them was named Ma Junior, since Piccolo registered under that name), hoping Babidi would spare him. However, Babidi wanted to know where they were located, something Marvin did not know. Babidi then ruthlessly kills him by using his powers to inflate his head until it exploded and then tells all the people of Earth that if they could not find their addresses in 5 days, Majin Buu would kill them all. One assumes he was revived by the Dragon Balls.
Registration Staff Member
The man who works at the registration office of the World Martial Arts Tournament. He also appears in the video game Dragon Ball Z: Gekitō Tenkaichi Budōkai and in the second trailer for Dragon Ball Online.
The referee of the preliminary rounds in the World Martial Arts Tournament, and the main referee of the Intergalactic World Tournament. He also appears in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 as the referee of Mr. Satan's tournament.
World Martial Arts Tournament competitors
Fighter 40 was a blue anthropomorphic wolf fighter who lost in the Elimination Round of the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament. He made it to the final elimination round which would have resulted in being in the tournament but he was set up against Yamcha. He thought Yamcha's Wolf Fang style was a silly name, but then he was defeated by a technique from this style, the Blinding Wolf Fang Fist. His fight with Yamcha is the only time Blinding Wolf Fang Fist has been shown in the anime, but the technique reappeared in video games.
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Fighter 69 is a fighter who lost in the elimination round of the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament.
He is first seen fighting Yamcha in a dojo in "Milk Delivery" (scene present only in the anime). At the World Tournament, Fighter 69 is first seen lifting a huge weight before his fight. When he saw Goku was his opponent, he and the rest of the audience thought that it was a joke. Goku then pushed him with one finger, causing him to lose balance and fall out of the ring, surprising him and everyone in the room watching (most of which assumed it was luck).
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- Japanese voice: Daisuke Gōri
- A fighter similar to Fighter 69 is Yajirobe's opponent in the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament. Contrary to Fighter 69, this fighter appears as a light-skinned man and is voiced by Yukitoshi Hori.
- In Dragon Ball: Origins, Fighter 69 is an anthropomorphic boxing boar who looks similar to one of Hasky's followers.
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Fighter 83 (ランラン老師, Ranran Rōshi; "Lang Lang Roshi") is a fighter who lost in the Elimination Round of the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament. He is a master of the Lion-style Kempo (獅子牙流の拳法家, Shishi kiba-ryū no kenpō-ka).
Fighter 83 made it to the final elimination round which would have resulted in being in the tournament, but he was set up against Goku. He thought Goku's stance was weird because it left all of his area's open, but then was quickly defeated from Goku throwing him out of the ring.
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He is a boss in Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen, named Lang Lang Roshi. His design is used for the enemies Would-be Fighter, Rowdy Fighter, and Instructor in Dragon Ball Z: Attack of the Saiyans.
The filler character Mr. Lao, who appears years later in Dragon Ball Z, resembles an aged version of Fighter 83. Also, Mr. Lao's granddaughter, Lime, mentioned that her grandfather once fought in the World Martial Arts Tournament.
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Fighter 97 is an anthropomorphic bear with a British English accent who wears a karate gi who lost in the Elimination Round of the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament. He was first seen in the audience laughing along with the other fighters because of Goku's size when he was going to fight Fighter 69 and later seen amazed when Krillin beat the Orin Temple Bully. He made it to the final elimination round which would have resulted in being in the tournament but he was set up against Krillin. Krillin easily beat him by kicking him straight in the face where he fell to the ground and raised a white flag forfeiting the match.
His character model appears in the video game Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Kakusei-Hen as a generic fighter in the 23rd world martial arts tournament preliminaries. The model appears three times losing against Yamcha, Piccolo and Chi-Chi. In Dragon Ball: Origins, Fighter 97 has a gray fur and wears a military uniform.
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Great Lee (グレート・リー, Gurēto Rī; "Great Lee"), also known as the Bruce Lee Impersonator, is a character who resembles the real life martial artist Bruce Lee. He is first seen in a vision when Krillin tells Goku about the World Martial Arts Tournament in the episode "Milk Delivery". In the vision, he fights a boxing monkey, then gets burned by Baragon. Later, the Bruce Lee Impersonator is seen several times in the Elimination Round at the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament. He is first seen at the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament training just before the fights starts. When Goku comes into the ring to fight Fighter 69, he can be seen saying "What is this? The Diaper Brigade?!" He is then shown fighting against Krillin in a match where he hits him a few times and uses Bruce Lee's famous "Dragon Stomp." When Krillin gets back up, the Bruce Lee Impersonator gets scared and hides behind the referee and surrenders.
Another character that resembles Bruce Lee is seen in West City in the episode "A Trip to the City", where he challenges people to a street fight and anyone who beats him will get 100,000 zeni. Goku and him fight, but after seeing Goku's tremendous strength, he gives up.
This character is a boss in the video game Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen.
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The Kickboxer is an African fellow who wears an orange shirt, blue shorts, and orange shoes. He also has hand-wraps designating his fighting style as a kickboxer. When Goku is seen proceeding for his match in the Elimination Rounds, he, along with Great Lee, teases Goku. He says "I just hope he doesn't make a mess on the fighting ring floor." Goku proceeds to win the round and this leaves the Kickboxer and Great Lee baffled by his might. He later goes up against Goku only to be knocked out by a single kick to his chin, sending him sprawling into the air and he is knocked out as he hits the ground.
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The Mohawked Fighter is an unnamed fighter that fought Yamcha in the elimination round of the 22nd World Martial Arts Tournament. The mohawked man tosses some boards into the air, which he wrecks with one punch. Yamcha says that boards do not fight back, and Mohawk man replies that Yamcha will not be able to fight back when he is trashing him. Yamcha wins the match though. After the match, Tien mentions that Yamcha had the chance to deal his opponent a crushing blow but chose not to. Yamcha tells him that he did not wish to hurt the man badly, but only to win the match.
In the video game Buu's Fury, bandits in the Thieves Den are based on the mohawked fighter's appearance.
The Sumo Wrestler is an unnamed sumo wrestler that fought Tien in the elimination round of the 22nd World Martial Arts Tournament. The sumo wrestler steps into the ring ready to fight Tien. Another fighter insults the sumo wrestler, calling him a blob of fat. The sumo wrestler steps out of the ring, and angrily tells the fighter to say that to his face. The fighter punches the sumo wrestler in the stomach, to no effect. The sumo wrestler then slaps the fighter into a wall (looks pretty painful, the guy's teeth were knocked out). Yamcha says he is pretty strong, and Jackie Chun adds that fighters like that are tough to beat. The match begins, and the sumo wrestler lunges at Tien. Tien swiftly hits the sumo wrestler in the head, and he collapses. Tien wins the match, shocking everyone.
Catman is a fighter who is seen registering for the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament. Despite being called Catman, he shows no cat-like traits. He is not seen fighting in the Elimination Rounds but he apparently lost them since he was not one of the eight finalists. His only appearance is in the anime episode "Changes".
Koryuu (コウリュウ, Kouryuu) was a sumo fighter in the child division of the 25th World Martial Arts Tournament. He cornered Mooki with his sumo attacks, and in the end won by shoving him off of the arena. However, he also knocked the announcer off as well. He seemed like a fairly strong contestant, but unfortunately he lost midway through, and did not make it to the finals.
Mooki is a fighter in the Junior division of the World Martial Arts Tournament. He loses his match when Koryuu pushes him out of the ring. Although he loses his match, the crowd cheers for him as Mr. Satan (shown in one of his more heroic moments) hoists him above his shoulder.
Charlie is a competitor in the junior division of the 31st World Martial Arts Tournament. He competes at the beginning of the tournament, and faces Goku. He is defeated by Goku making him cry with a little tap of the finger.
Mad Chilli was a semi finalist in the 31st World Martial Arts Tournament. He lost to Papayaman (who is Majuub in disguise).
Yamcha's Fan Club
Yamcha's Fan Club is a group of girls from West City that are romantically interested in Yamcha, despite him dating Bulma at the time. They appear in "Master Thief, Hasky" where they yell outside of Capsule Corporation wanting Yamcha but are disappointed when Goku shows his face out the window instead. Bulma then gets mad and tells them all to go away.
Zorn is an anime-only Saiyan character that appears in one of Frieza's flashbacks.
Zorn stands to the left of King Vegeta's throne and briefly pleads with him to not hand Prince Vegeta over to Frieza, which King Vegeta angrily responds to by saying he has no choice in the matter. Zorn possibly died along with the King and other Elite Saiyans during their failed assassination attempt on Frieza or perished with the rest of the Saiyans in Age 737, when Frieza blew up Planet Vegeta.
- FUNimation Entertainment created the name "Zorn", obviously being a pun on "Corn". In the original Japanese version, the name of this Saiyan is not mentioned.
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 97, "Namek's Destruction"
- ↑ Dragon Ball episode 29, "The Roaming Lake"
- ↑ Dragon Ball episode 124, "Temple Above the Clouds"
- ↑ 4.0 4.1 Daizenshuu 7, 1996
- ↑ Dragon Ball episode 11, "The Penalty is Pinball"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 173, "Dende's Dragon"
- ↑ Dragon Ball anime Episode 119, "Battle Cry"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 209, "Camera Shy"
- ↑ Dragon Ball episode 2, "The Emperor's Quest"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 196, "Tournament Begins"
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z episode 198, "Final Round"
- ↑ Weekly Shōnen Jump #52, 1995
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z: Bojack Unbound, 1993
- ↑ Dragon Ball anime Episode 20, "Elimination Round"
- ↑ Dragon Ball anime Episode 135, "Battle of the Eight"
- ↑ 16.0 16.1 Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen, 1995
- ↑ Dragon Ball episode 85, "Preliminary Peril"
- ↑ Dragon Ball episode 108, "Prelude to Vengeance"