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Kami vs. Piccolo (どっちが強い!?神VSピッコロ大魔王, Docchi ga Tsuyoi!? Kami Tai Pikkoro Daimao) is the twentieth episode of the Piccolo Jr. Saga and the one hundred forty-second episode in the Dragon Ball series. The episode first aired on January 25, 1989.
Finally, Kami battles his evil half. He tells Goku that he must be the one to kill Piccolo because Goku cannot and would not allow himself to kill Piccolo. Goku agrees and says that he can defeat Piccolo without killing him. Kami knows that he must die, he must kill Piccolo, killing himself in the process. Kami/Hero walks out to the ring and puts on his act, but only for a minute. Immediately, he tells Piccolo he knows everything about him. Piccolo does not see that he is his other half. The battle starts ferociously. There is a lull in the fighting and everyone notes how powerful Hero/Kami is.
Kami attacks, taking Piccolo off guard. Piccolo shoots an energy ball at Kami, but Kami deflects it. Piccolo reads Kami's mind and realizes that he is Kami. They begin to speak in their native language, much to the crowd's confusion. Kami tells Piccolo that he is going to kill him. Piccolo does not believe him, so Kami reveals a bottle, which he is going to put Piccolo into. He launches the Evil Containment Wave, but Piccolo reverses it and instead imprisons Kami. He releases the human he possessed and screams that Goku is the only one left and he must kill Piccolo.
- Hero vs. Piccolo
- Kami and Piccolo speak to each other in a strange language, which no one at the World Martial Arts Tournament can understand (though their language in the actual episode remains the same). Additionally, equally strange symbols/letters appear. Eventually, in the Dragon Ball Z episode "Plans for Departure", it is revealed this was actually the native language of Namek.