Tsumuri looks like a younger version of Piccolo. He wears a white cape, along with a white turban and a purple Gi just like Piccolo.
In Victory Mission, the Human player shown using the Namekian Hero, Tsumuri, looks like a Human version of his avatar.
The Namekian Hero is called Tsumuri (ツムリ) in the Hero Road mode; this name comes from the Japanese word katatsumuri, which means "snail".
The Namekian Hero appears used by Tsumuri in the 9th chapter of the spin-off manga Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission. He has a battle with Nimu in the first round of a tournament and tries to win using a Super Saiyan 3 Broly card, but Nimu makes a counterattack using his Android 17/Android 18 card. After that, the Tsumuri fuses with Piccolo and Nimu brings out Super Android 13. After this, Tsumuri is eventually defeated.
Video game stories
Dragon Ball Heroes
This Namekian Hero class first appeared in the arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes. The other classes for the race are Elite and Berserker. In the seventh trailer for Dragon Ball Heroes, the Namekian Hero comes in to help Goku and the Saiyan Hero Beat in their battle against Super Saiyan 3 Broly and Hirudegarn.
In the Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission animation, the Namekian Hero Tsumuri and the Majin Hero Kabra battle Cell and Majin Buu until Legendary Super Saiyan Broly appears and attacks both them and their opponents.
Techniques and special abilities
- Namekian Fusion – The Namekian Hero has the ability to fuse with any other Namekians in the game.
- Light Grenade – He uses this move in-game.
- Spirit Sword – He uses this move in-game.
- Scatter Shot – In the game, he can use Scatter Shot along with Piccolo.
Forms, fusions and power ups
Fuse with Piccolo
Main article: Namekian Fusion
In Dragon Ball Heroes, the Namekian Hero is able to fuse with Piccolo in order to increase his power.
Main article: Class-up Tsumuri possess the Class-up state throughout most of his appearance in Victory Mission.
Tsumuri can use the God Class-up in-game of Dragon Ball Heroes. This state is comparable to the Super Saiyan God level of power and grants him the red-eyed form Namekians take to increase their power.
Video game appearances
- Japanese: Atsushi Kisaichi (私市淳)
|Castes||Dragon Clan (Dende Priest, Poko Priest) • Warrior-type Namekian (Shadow Knight, Dark Warrior) • Mutated Nameks • Dark Namekians|
|Namekians||Bibra • Bongo • Cargo • Cymbal • Dende/Future Dende • Drum • Fargo • Gamelan • Guru • Kagyu • Kami • Katas • King Piccolo • Lord Slug • Maima • Moolin • Moori/Future Moori • Nail • Nameless Namekian • Naraka • Piano • Piccolo/Future Piccolo • Tambourine • Tsumuri • Tsumuri (Namekian Hero) • Tsuno • Ukelele • Unnamed Namekian warrior • Vic|
|Fusions||Biwanei • Colohan • Daccolo Daimaoh • Den-Goku • EX Prilin • Kibicoloshin • Ultra Fusion (Namekian) • Piccon • Prilin • Unnamed fusion of Piccolo and Dr. Mashirito|
|Transformations|| Great Namek (Super Giant-Form)|
Red-eyed Namekian form
|Related articles||Ajisa • Battle on Planet Namek • Cell • Cell Jr. • Lord Piccolo • Lord Slug's spaceship • Namekian Dragon Balls • Namekian Frog • Namekian language • Nameless Namek's spaceship • New Namek • Birthing an Egg • Porunga|