However, they instead ended up witnessing Dr. Kochin use the Dragon Balls to unseal Dr. Wheelo's Fortress from the arctic. When everyone gathers the Dragon Balls and summons Shenron, Oolong is visibly nervous seeing him. Oolong and Beerus match scissors the first time around. Unable to open it, the Dragon Team go and retrieve the Dragon Balls and Oolong is present to see Shenron open the box and release Tapion. Oolong usually appears as nothing more than a one-line character in cutscenes for most Dragon Ball Z fighting games, such as Dragon Ball Z 2: Super Battle, Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Battle 22, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 and Super Dragon Ball Z. Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Wrath of the Dragon Main article: Galactic Patrol Prisoner Saga Ten years later at the end of the series, Oolong is at the 28th World Martial Arts Tournament, once again supporting his friends. Just like in the anime series, he's shown to be slightly perverted (not as much as Master Roshi) and has a hobby of collecting panties (particularly Bulma's). Afterwards, Oolong accompanies the others on the rest of their adventure as Goku defeats King Gurumes and Pansy uses Shenron to restore her land. Oolong at Kame House with Bulma during the Red Ribbon conflict. Those two forms appear in the game as enemies. He then, along with Master Roshi, attended Capsule Corps. Later, Kame House is flooded with water due to the final transformation on Cell. In Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu, Oolong is a support character with Puar. In Dragon Ball Z: Budokai, when all the seven Dragon Balls are gathered, Oolong appears and summons Shenron, giving the player a choice of 3 Breakthrough capsules. Tekka can choose to let him go or bring him back to Peco. Oolong is a relatively weak fighter though by using his Shapeshifting, he can take on various forms which he can use to either intimidate, seduce, fight, or escape though unlike Puar, Oolong's transformation time is limited forcing him to shift between forms to fight as shown by his battle with Goku. Oolong was born in Octagon Village, a village filled with other talking perverted pigs like himself. Similar to the stereotypical depiction of pigs, he is also shown at times to be a huge glutton, as in Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan, he was enjoying the immense feast that Paragus prepared for him, Goku, and Roshi, and even went as far as to threaten to eat the entire banquet if Goku didn't start eating (as Goku at the time was pondering who the Legendary Super Saiyan was after deducing it wasn't Paragus). In Dragon Ball Z: Harukanaru Densetsu, Oolong is a support character with Puar. Future Oolong and Turtle He was one of the unfortunate ones to witness the death of Future Goku in Age 766. Oolong wets his pants while he appears and thinks he's going to be killed, but then finds out that they are friends with Gohan's grandson Goku and spares them. Oolong appears as a boss in early Dragon Ball video games, such as Dragon Ball: Shenron no Nazo, Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Shin Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku - Chikyū-Hen, and Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen. Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13! His favorite hobby is collecting women's underwear.  He was able to get a nice mansion next to Aru Village by ripping off lots of people. After Master Roshi tells them that Goku and Krillin have gone to the Devil's Hand, the group head there by plane to look for them. While he himself does not appear in Dragon Ball Z: Shin Budokai, he is referenced and is implied to have stolen a wish if the player acquires all the Dragon Balls as Cooler. When giving Earth a chance to redeem themselves from being destroyed, Beerus chooses Oolong to have a rock-paper-scissors match. He plays a large role in the beginning of Dragon Ball, but by the end of Dragon Ball Z, he just shows up from time to time in the company of Master Roshi. Thinking that this means that Beerus will play rock, they tell Oolong to play paper. Years later, when the Earth is about to explode, he moves with everyone else to the new Tuffle Planet, and later reappears at the Capsule Corporation in a party. Team Four Star Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. In Dragon Ball: Origins, Oolong plays mostly the same role as he did in the Pilaf Saga, except that the player must navigate his/her way through Oolong's maze-like mansion to battle him. This whole concept is dropped with the beginning of the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament. While not wanting to go near the mountain due to the risk of possibly encountering the Ox-King, Bulma still forces him to go. During the battle with Cunber, Oolong impersonates Goku in order to lure the evil Saiyan away in order to buy time for Future Mai to give Goku and Vegeta the Potara so that they can fuse. In the film Dragon Ball: The Magic Begins, he is named Piggy and portrayed by Pang Sam. In some of his first appearances, Oolong is shown wearing a Mao suit, made famous by Chinese Communist leader Mao Zedong. Oolong (ウーロン) is an anthropomorphic, shapeshifting pig who makes some minor appearances in Dragon Ball Z Abridged. In the event, Tekka's Team meet Female Earthling Peco at the Cell Games Arena and she asks them for a favor. Dragon Ball Wiki is a FANDOM Anime Community. The design Oolong stuck with was the appearance Toriyama came up with in his third draft. Peco will tell them that the thief was piggish looking, causing both Kid Goku and Kid Trunks to suspect Oolong's involvement. Despite managing to kidnap several girls using his Shapeshifting to convince the villagers that he was a dangerous monster when in reality the girls he kidnapped lived in luxury within Oolong's mansion and is forced to team up with Bulma and Goku after the truth is discovered. He and the other non-Saiyan Z Fighters attempted to evacuate the Shamoians, but ended up tripping, with Oolong also accidentally running on Krillin's head in an attempt to escape Broly. Meanwhile, Puar, disguised as Goku, goes upstairs to Oolong. In, Oolong is the first to make a wish in the, Oolong is the first to speculate that Goku is not an Earthling, raising the question of whether he is "some kinda space alien" after the destruction he causes as a Great Ape at, Coincidentally regarding Oolong's inspirations from. This is possibly due to the fact that his character is based on a Chinese Legend. Not wanting Goku to snitch at Bulma that he was upstairs in the bedroom, Oolong takes the form of Bulma and is led outside by the false Goku. Main article: Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods. After seeing Goku easily split a tree in half, Oolong transforms into a bat to escape. He later stayed behind and had Icarus lick Krillin to have him regain consciousness. Oolong (ウーロン) is an anthropomorphic, shapeshifting pig who met Bulma and Goku while on their quest finding the Dragon Balls. Oolong was chosen due to the fact that he is pink and was thought by Beerus to be part of the same race as Good Buu. Two days later, Oolong and the rest of the gang arrive at Fire Mountain. Main articles: Garlic Jr. Saga and Trunks Saga, Oolong and Puar under the influence of the Black Water Mist. Tien is set on beating Goku in the Tournament to avenge Master Shen's brother, Mercenary Tao. In a rare moment of compassion, he cries out when Puar faints, their rivalry long forgotten. , Bulma decides that he might be useful on her Dragon Ball quest and persuades him to join their expedition. At Kame House, he watches the battle against the Saiyans from television, and later with Fortuneteller Baba's Crystal Ball. When he finds out that they are heading to Fire Mountain, Oolong tries to ditch them by transforming into a fish, but he fails as he is captured again. Oolong and Puar are able to fly out of a hole made by Goku's Kamehameha so they can prevent Emperor Pilaf's plan to wish himself world domination. Oolong is loosely based on the character Zhu Bajie from the classic Chinese novel Journey to the West. They eventually tried to search for Goku and Gohan while at the same time evading the Armored Squadron, eventually finding them in a collapsed cave. Later, Oolong is seen at Kame House, and then at the Red Ribbon Army Headquarters as he and everybody else from the Dragon Team wants to help Goku fight the Red Ribbon Army. He then, along with Master Roshi, attended Capsule Corps. Later, Oolong, Puar, Master Roshi, Yajirobe and Chi-Chi try to go to Namek with Dr. Brief's ship, but to Oolong's delight, their ship breaks down before takeoff. Goku and Oolong soon run into the desert bandit Yamcha and his old classmate Puar and Oolong asks Goku if he can beat him. They accidentally find Cell while Roshi and he are watching a female exercise channel, with Cell rising through the floor. Oolong helps Yamcha and Puar cut off Goku's tail after the destruction of Pilaf's Castle to revert him to his normal state. He is an anthropomorphic, shapeshifting pig who met Bulma and Goku while on their quest finding the Dragon Balls. Artwork. Oolong (ウーロン) is an anthropomorphic, shapeshifting pig who makes some minor appearances in Dragon Ball Z Abridged. Oolong ends up preventing the wish by quickly jumping in and telling Shenron that he wants a girl's pair of panties (in the English Dub, he wished for "Comfort in a pair of underwear"). , Bulma decides that he might be useful on her Dragon Ball quest and persuades him to join their expedition. When Goku comes to her aid, Oolong attempts to threaten him, but it doesn't work. He is also perceptive enough to realize the anonymous female fighter at the 23rd World Tournament was in fact the grown-up Chi-Chi, a revelation that shocked the rest of his friends none of whom recognized her. He is a boss and a playable fighter in Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure (transformed into a bat, but changes into a rocket for his specials). While heading out with them, Oolong disagrees with the whole idea of going. At the Tournament they learn of Master Roshi's rival Master Shen and his two students Tien Shinhan and Chiaotzu. The gang is forced to team up with Yamcha and Puar, who've been following them from a distance for some time. which Bulma uses to make him obey her and not try to leave. In Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest, soon after discovering the Dragon Balls have all gathered in one place, Oolong steals Bulma's Dragon Radar, and lures Gohan with him to the Tsumisumbri Mountains to verify their discovery and hopefully wish for another pair of panties. Oolong is last seen in the final flashbacks in the final episode of the Dragon Ball anime. The character's current form was developed in the third draft.