|Debut||Dragonball: Evolution (March 2009)|
|Appears in||Dragonball: Evolution|
|Family||Lord Piccolo (genetic parent)|
Fu-Lums are a race of humanoid monsters created from Lord Piccolo's blood and DNA and make their debut in Dragonball: Evolution. They have the distinction of being the only one of the movies' four villains (the others being Piccolo, Mai, and Oozaru) who is not based on a character in any previous work in the Dragon Ball franchise.
The Fu-Lums are Lord Piccolo's servants. These warriors have several eyes and have several bones out of their bodies. Fu-Lums carry Naginata Blades. They are created by a machine that drains Piccolo's blood and animates the bodies in side the tubes. Originally, there was only one Fu-Lum. They have the ability to multiply whenever their body parts fall off.
The first Fu-Lum was created on Mai's ship after she releases Piccolo and gathers some of the Dragon Balls. After many more are made, they later attack Goku and his friends by a volcano, but despite proving themselves dangerous enemies they are all killed when the heroes knock them into the lava, when melee attacks prove ineffective.
Video game appearance
In Dragonball Evolution: The Game on PlayStation Portable, Fu-Lum is an unlockable playable character. The Fu-Lum can turn their defeated enemies into one of them as seen in the Fu-Lum's Arcade Mode epilogue.
- The Fu-Lum are a homage to King Piccolo's deformed sons in the original Dragon Ball series (and possibly to the Saibamen).