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This castle is seen various times during the Dragon Ball series, but most notably when King Piccolo takes it over as the Earth's new ruler. It becomes the place where Tien Shinhan challenges Drum to a fight, and where Goku fights and kills King Piccolo. During their deadly battle, Goku threw King Piccolo into the castle. King Piccolo destroyed the original castle and an identical castle was later built to take its place, but it was later destroyed twice by Frieza and Omega Shenron.
- King Furry (dies here, later revived)
- Captain of the Guard (dies here, later revived)
- Strong King's Guard (dies here, later revived)
- Earth's Military (several members die here and are later revived)
- King Piccolo (dies here)
- Piano (dies here)
- Drum (dies here)
Video game appearances
In Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu, King Castle is renamed Dark Castle (ダークキャッスル, Dāku Kyassuru) while under King Piccolo's control. It is the final target destination of the game, as well as where Goku confronts King Piccolo.
It is also appears in Famicom Jump: Hero Retsuden and Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden. It is the final stage in Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure and Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo, and a playable battle stage in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3.