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With the henchmen not to keen on being locked up, they itch at freeing themselves while also hinting that the artificial henchman of Moro might still be alive!
OG is revealed to have somehow survived being eaten by his boss, with his decapitated head being able to regenerate and be snatched up by his original creators.
This development acts as the perfect entry point for the arrival of Granola, the mysterious character that appears in a bid to target Moro's right-hand man for reasons yet unknown.
He eventually arrives on an alternate future earth, encounters that timeline's version of Trunks , and brings the remaining human population to the brink of extinction.
Trunks later manages to travel into the present timeline using the Time Machine; however, Goku Black also finds a way to follow Trunks into the same timeline using the Time Ring.
In the present timeline, Black meets Son Goku, but also recognizes Vegeta and Beerus. Wanting to get rid of him, Black challenges Son Goku to a duel.
However, he proves to be no match for Son Goku at his full power. In order to safely escape Trunks' retribution for what he had done, Black destroys Trunks' Time Machine and travels back into their future timeline.
He and Puar went to the same shapeshifting school together, before he was expelled for stealing the teacher's panties. Oolong joins Goku and Bulma in the search for the Dragon Balls to eventually steal them, but abandons this plan.
He does however make the first shown wish with the Dragon Balls, wishing for a girl's pair of panties. He is voiced by Naoki Tatsuta in Japanese,  and by Alec Willows and Richard Newman in the Ocean dub.
In Funimation's dubs he is voiced by Bradford Jackson , except in Dragon Ball Z Kai , where Bryan Massey voices him. Puar's abilities consist of transvection and shapeshifting.
He and Oolong went to the same shapeshifting school together, where he was constantly mocked by Oolong. They initially tail and assist the group in order to steal the Dragon Balls they are collecting, though they later reform and befriend the trio.
When Goku transforms into a giant ape for the first time in the series, Puar transforms into a pair of scissors and cuts off his tail to revert him back to his regular state.
In Funimation's dubs he is voiced by Monika Antonelli , up until Dragon Ball Z Kai onwards, where Brina Palencia voices him. As the daughter of Ox-King , she is considered a strong martial artist in her own right.
She and Goku first meet as children when Ox-King asked Goku to take her to Master Roshi's house. She later relaxes with her younger son Goten, even training him herself.
He is loosely based on the Bull Demon King from Journey to the West. He was trained in martial arts by Master Roshi alongside Goku's adoptive grandfather, Grandpa Gohan.
Despite his imposing name and stature, he possesses a gentle and laid-back personality in contrast to his daughter Chi-Chi.
He becomes the father in-law of Goku , the grandfather of Gohan and Goten , and the great-grandfather of Pan. The character is voiced by Mark Britten and later by Kyle Hebert in the Funimation dub of Dragon Ball Z , by Dave Ward in the Ocean Group dub of Dragon Ball Z , and by Dave Pettitt in the Blue Water dub of Dragon Ball Z.
Launch's blonde persona develops an attraction towards Tien Shinhan's fierce attitude. She is not seen after the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament, but is said to be chasing after Tien Shinhan.
She is voiced by Mami Koyama in Japanese,  Edie Mirman in the Harmony Gold dub, and Meredith McCoy in the Funimation dub.
Brief, is the father of Bulma and grandfather of Trunks and Bra. He is an elderly, brilliant and eccentric scientist and is one of the smartest and richest men in the world.
He also creates Goku his own spaceship to journey to Namek, while allowing him to train in x Earth's gravity. Following their return to Earth and in preparation for the battle with the Androids, Vegeta forces him into creating him a ship to allow him to train under x Earth's gravity, which he reluctantly complies with.
He later is essential in repairing the damaged Android 16 in preparation for the Cell Games, alongside his daughter.
He is voiced by Joji Yanami in Japanese. In English, he is voiced by Paul Dobson and Scott McNeil in Ocean dubs, and by Chris Forbis in the Funimation dub.
Briefs appears in the final chapter of Toriyama's manga series Jaco the Galactic Patrolman , which is set before Dragon Ball.
Korin was modeled after the pet cat that Toriyama had at the time. During their first meeting, Yajirobe gets mad at Goku for stealing his fish, and hates him.
Originally he was a wanderer that lived off the land, but after meeting Korin and discovering the Senzu Beans, which provide the nutrients of ten days worth of meals, restore energy and heal wounds, he lives with Korin.
He begins growing the beans with him, and often delivers them to Goku and his companions. He plays an integral part in Goku's first fight with Vegeta; although simply planning to watch while hidden, when Vegeta stares at a full moon and transforms into a giant ape, Yajirobe uses his sword to cut off his tail and turn him back to normal.
When Yajirobe and Krillin later appeared in the same scene together, Tanaka gave the former a Nagoya dialect in order to distinguish them.
Popo serves Dende as his attendant upon the latter's ascension as Earth's new guardian. His appearance has attracted controversy due to its association to depictions of racist caricatures or stereotypes.
Drawing inspiration from the Japanese word namekuji , which means "slug" in Japanese, the Namekians are a humanoid species with plant and slug-like characteristics.
They possess green skin and antennae on their bald heads, and are able to make their own set of Dragon Balls.
During the era of the Dragon Ball series, there were just over a hundred Namekians alive on their home planet, as most of their kind had died off a generation prior from a great calamity.
While extraterrestrial in origin, the first Namekian characters encountered by Goku, King Piccolo and his mutated offspring, were known as the Demon Clan and thought of more earthly origin by the rest of the world.
Namekians are hermaphrodites that possess physiques similar to those of human males and are seen reproducing asexually using a mode of reproduction similar to the parthenogenesis , by spitting an egg out from their mouths.
During sixth volume of the Dragon Ball Z manga or Nama Saga arc of the anime , Planet Namek is terrorized by Frieza and his army.
The Namekian homeworld is ultimately destroyed by Frieza as a last-ditch effort to kill Goku. All surviving Namekians are temporarily transported to Earth, where they reside for nearly a year before being resettled on another planet called New Namek.
Later in the series, the young Namekian named Dende becomes the guardian deity of Planet Earth and its Dragon Balls. The Namekians exist in both Universe 6 and Universe 7.
Champa claims the Namekians of Universe 6 originally found the Super Dragon Balls and broke off pieces to create their own set of Dragon Balls.
He and King Piccolo were once one being, later revealed to be a Namekian, who expelled the evil inside him order to assume the mantle of Earth's guardian deity.
Because they are one, if either Kami or King Piccolo dies, then the other will as well and the Dragon Balls cease to exist. He is voiced by Takeshi Aono in Japanese,  who would do so up until the Frieza arc in Dragon Ball Kai.
After Aono suffered a stroke, Bin Shimada voiced the character for his final appearance during the Cell saga. In English he is voiced by Michael Dobson and Dale Wilson in the Ocean dub, and Christopher Sabat in the Funimation dub.
He is voiced by the late Tomiko Suzuki in the original Japanese series up to episode of Dragon Ball Z ,  by Hiro Yuuki in episodes of Z ,  and by Aya Hirano in Dragon Ball Kai and all media since.
He makes a cameo appearance at the end of the series giving energy for Goku's Genki-Dama to destroy Majin Buu. In an alternate future timeline, Android 17 is a mass murdering android who is eventually killed by Trunks.
After Goku and his companions stop attending the World Martial Arts Tournament, Mr. Satan starts winning them and becomes the reigning champion for many years.
During the Cell Games, he attempts to fight Cell, but even after being swatted away, he is given credit for Cell's death by the media.
Though Goku and his companions find his inflated ego and arrogance very annoying, he becomes their trusted friend after befriending Majin Buu.
He helped defeat the evil version of Buu by using his celebrity to rally the people of Earth to contribute their energy to Goku's Genki-Dama.
The benevolent incarnation of Buu later moves in and lives with Mr. In their initial dub of the series, Funimation changed his name to "Hercule".
However, when they recorded a new dub for uncut home video releases, they switched to using the original Mr. Satan the eleventh most popular character of the Dragon Ball series in a poll.
In Filipino dub, in order to censor his name, he was given the name Master Pogi. Her name is an anagram of "Devil", a play on words with her father's name.
Like her father, she trains in martial arts, even surpassing him in strength. She uses her abilities to fight crime in the city, and after Gohan appears as the Great Saiyaman, she quickly figures out his identity.
She uses that to blackmail him into teaching her how to fly. After Buu is defeated, the two form a relationship, eventually having a daughter named Pan.
In the fourteenth Dragon Ball Z film and Dragon Ball Super , Videl participated in a ritual while pregnant with her unborn daughter to enable Goku to transform into a Super Saiyan God, her hair briefly becoming golden like that of a Super Saiyan.
Japanese fans voted Videl the twentieth most popular character of the Dragon Ball series in a poll. As a toddler and later young child, she resembles her father: she has his eye shape and apparent lack of a nose.
However, she does indeed have a nose, though small, and as she grows older, Marron begins to resemble her mother. Unlike her parents, Marron is not a martial artist and does not appear to possess any fighting ability or special powers.
In Japanese media she was initially voiced by Tomiko Suzuki , by Naoko Watanabe in the TV special Yo!
Son Goku and His Friends Return!! After befriending Mr. Satan who convinced him of the error of his murderous ways, the Dai Supreme Kai's influence within Buu moved the creature to reform, leading him to expel his evil tendencies which become a different lifeform altogether.
This aspect of Buu is identical in appearance to his chubby progenitor, although any malevolent behaviour previously displayed are gone. He is also much weaker in power, and lacks some of the original Majin Buu's unique capabilities.
Buu moves in with his best friend Mr. Satan after the original Majin Buu's demise, and continues to appear as a supporting character in subsequent Dragon Ball media.
Pan appears as a young child in the final instalments of the original manga and Dragon Ball Z anime series. In Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods film and Dragon Ball Super , Videl, pregnant with Pan, volunteers for a ritual on behalf of her unborn daughter as a sixth Saiyan participant is required.
She shows signs of being a prodigy in subsequent episodes of Dragon Ball Super , being able to fly as a toddler. In Super, Baby Pan is voiced by Jeannie Tirado.
He appears in the fifteenth Dragon Ball Z film, and becomes a recurring character in Dragon Ball Super. Jaco is voiced by Natsuki Hanae in Japanese and by Todd Haberkorn in English.
A close friend and potential love interest of her timeline's Trunks , they work closely with their allies from the main timeline in an effort to defeat Goku Black and foil his so-called Zero Mortal Plan, which involve the complete annihilation of all mortal life in the multiverse.
This version of Mai also appears as a supporting character in Super Dragon Ball Heroes , an original net animation based on the arcade game of the same name.
Mai's voice in English is provided by Colleen Clinkenbeard for Battle of Gods and Resurrection 'F' , and by Julie Franklin for the Funimation dub.
Gero, modeled in the likeness of Gero's deceased son Gebo. Unlike the other two, 16 processes a sophisticated mechanism to sense and track power levels in real time.
Like 17 and 18, 16 was designed with the ability to self-destruct, but the device was removed during his repairs. This is made known only when 16 tries to self-destruct and destroy Cell, with Cell retaliating and destroying him.
Arale is often accompanied by two cherubs known as the Gatchans that are capable of eating almost anything and shooting lasers from their antennas.
Goku meets her during his final encounter against General Blue of the Red Ribbon Army and easily does away with him when Goku was unable to defeat him.
In Dragon Ball Super , she easily defeats Vegeta when being controlled by her creators archenemy Dr. Mashirito and has a seemingly even match against Goku, a feat attributed in-universe to her origin from a joke-based manga.
She is also able to travel to the afterlife, where she recruits deceased individuals and brings them back to the living world to fight for her, albeit only for one day.
She normally charges a very high price for her services unless her team of fighters are defeated. In English she is voiced by Ellen Kennedy in the Ocean dub, and by Linda Chambers-Young in the Funimation dub.
The idea to have two characters "fuse" together was suggested by Akira Toriyama's long-time friend and fellow manga artist Masakazu Katsura , leading to the introduction of amalgamations of characters formed through various techniques.
In the anime, the resulting fused characters tend to be depicted as speaking with a dual voice consisting of both fusees' voices.
The purpose of this technique is to temporarily merge two or more bodies into a single, superior entity with characteristics from both fusees. The newly fused body is dressed in Metamoran attire; a dark colored vest lined with light colored linen, white pants with a cloth belt and boots.
When the ritual dance is performed properly, the single being created possesses an astounding level of power, far beyond what either fusee would have had individually by combining each other's attributes from strength and speed to reflexes, intelligence and wisdom.
The resulting fusion only lasts up to 30 minutes, after which the fusees revert to their normal selves. However, there are alternate methods of dissolving the fusion regardless of whoever the participants are, usually by forcing the fusees apart such as being magically split through a wish granted by Shenron.
Each participant must willingly consent to fuse in this manner and usually the pair agrees to the stronger of the two to serve their body as the host.
The agreed host places his hand over the chest of the other one and through unknown means, they merge with a blinding flash.
Only the body of the host remains in the aftermath, and the non-host is assimilated and ceases to exist as a body. The current incarnation of Piccolo is a notable example, having assimilated two other Namekian individuals into his very being.
Villainous characters like Cell and Majin Buu are also capable of forcibly absorbing other characters in order to acquire greater power by taking advantage of their unique physiology.
He is voiced by Osamu Saka in the Japanese version of the original series, by Kinpei Azusa in Bardock: The Father of Goku and by Shigeru Chiba in Dragon Ball Kai.
In the Funimation dub of the series, he is voiced by Christopher Sabat. He is portrayed by Randall Duk Kim in the American live-action film Dragonball Evolution ; his voice was dubbed by Hiroya Ishimaru in the Japanese version.
Grandpa Son Gohan briefly appears in the final chapter of Toriyama's manga series Jaco the Galactic Patrolman , which is set before Dragon Ball.
Later in the series it is revealed that Supreme Kai exist; they are themselves in charge of the Kai. It is possible for an individual Kai to be promoted to the rank of the Supreme Kai after a period of training as an apprentice.
The North Kai of Universe 7, named King Kai in the English anime dub and as the Lord of the Northern Worlds in the Viz Media localization, trains Goku after his self-sacrifice to defeat Raditz, and eventually trains Yamcha, Tien Shinhan, Chiaotzu and Piccolo.
When Goku brings a self-destructing Cell to his planet, the explosion kills King Kai and Bubbles and destroys his planet.
After the Saiyans were annexed by Frieza as a vassal state, he had no choice but to pledge allegiance to him, while at the same time retaining power over his own people as a vassal.
King Vegeta is killed by Frieza when he leads a rebellion against him and boards his spaceship to retrieve his son. After his death, Frieza destroys his home planet and commits genocide of the entire Saiyan race.
In Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods and in both the anime and manga versions of Dragon Ball Super , King Vegeta is seen in flashbacks depicting his encounter with Beerus during the latter's visit to Planet Vegeta.
Regardless of what happens, the "Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga" is sure to have major ramifications for the future of the Dragon Ball universe and Majin Buu as a character.
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