Sherman Priest has a daughter named Pochawompa that Oolong wanted to kidnap and marry. When Goku came to the village, Sherman thought he was Oolong at first and attacked him. The Priest thanks Goku when he stops Oolong's plan, and takes him away from the village.
Sherman Priest appears in the Korean live-action film Dragon Ball: Ssawora Son Goku, Igyeora Son Goku and in the spin-off manga Dragon Ball SD. He plays exactly the same role in both media as he does in the original series.
Video game appearancesEdit
- Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden
- Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen
- Dragon Ball Z: The Legacy of Goku (as a design)
- Dragon Ball: Origins
- Japanese: Tesshō Genda
- Ocean Group dub: Ian James Corlett
- FUNimation dub: John Burgmeier
- Blue Water dub: Byron Close
- Sherman Priest is likely named after the M4 Sherman and M7 Priest tanks used during World War II, as several of the other citizens of Aru Village, namely the three girls Oolong kidnaps, are also named after tanks.