Takahiro Yoshimizu (Kai)
|Manga Debut||Volume #21, Chapter #250|
Due to his short appearance not much is known about Appule’s personality. Appule like many of his other comrades of Freeza's Army carried amorality on the topics of torture and extreme interrogation as a sensible solution in order to achieve Freeza's motives. Appule also held Vegeta's toughness to pain in high regard. But expressed it be fruitless endeavor if put under the torture of Freeza.
Appule bore the appearance a purple, yellow-speckled humanoid alien creature. He had a flat face without a nose, but his most distinctive feature was his overly large cranium, and bulbous eyes. He wore the standard Fighting Jacket of Freeza's Army.
Dragon Ball Z
During Freeza’s operations on Namek Appule appears alongside Zarbon, surveilling a defeated Vegeta in their medical room. The two exchange comments pertaining to the hidden Dragon Ball. Zarbon ask's Appule on the timeframe of his recovery. Appule briefs to Zarbon, that Vegeta has suffered a great deal of damage and notes that it should take a couple of hours to regain consciousness.Zarbon then departs telling Appule that he shall inform Freeza of the information. After Zarbon leaves the room, Appule decides to approach the unconscious Vegeta and denigrates Vegeta. Appule is ensured that after being tortured by Freeza even the likes of Vegeta would confess the location of the hidden Dragon Ball, waking the unconscious Vegeta, to the surprise of Appule. Vegeta then removes his breathing mask and releases a Kikōha that breaks through the medical device and incinerates Appule on contact enough to break through the hull of Freeza's spacecraft.
Majin Bū Arc
In Other Media
Dragon Ball GT
Ultimate Android Arc
Appule commonly makes appearances in the Dragon Ball Z video games as a villain. His first appearance as a villain was in Dragon Ball Z II: Gekishin Freeza. Nabana (ナバナ) and Robery (ロベリー) are two color edits who appear in certain video games, such as Gekishin Freeza and Dragon Ball XenoVerse. Appule is a playable character in the following games:
|Game name||Japanese release||English release|
|Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2||October 5, 2006||November 19, 2006|
|Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3||October 4, 2007||November 13, 2007|
|Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle||July 16th, 2015||July 16th, 2015|
|Dragon Ball XenoVerse||5 February 2015||24 February 2015|
- Appule's name derives from the fruit Apple (アップル, Appuru).