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Dragon Ball Chapter 100

"A Great Bloody Battle"
Kanji 大流血戦
Rōmaji Dairyūketsusen
Viz Battle of the Bleeders
Chapter Info
Author(s) Akira Toriyama
Volume Volume 9
Previous Chapter 99
Next Chapter 101
Arc Uranai Baba Arc
Japanese November 11, 1986
Anime Adaptation
Corresponding episode(s) DB070 & DB071
Character debut(s)
Technique debut(s)
None in this chapter
Tool debut(s)
None in this chapter

"A Great Bloody Battle" (大流血戦, Dairyūketsusen; Viz "Battle of the Bleeders") is the one hundredth chapter of Part I of the Dragon Ball manga.


After defeating Dracula Man, there are four of Uranai Baba's fighters left, and Yamcha offers to go up next. He ends up having to face off against a foe that cannot be seen, and Yamcha is dominated by the invisible fighter. After seeing Yamcha struggle, Kulilin pleads to Gokū to bring over Muten Rōshi and Bulma, and the boy flies off on his Kintoun.

Yamcha finally becomes able to sense the invisible fighter's presence, but Baba decides to distract the former bandit by singing, leading Yamcha to be pushed into a corner. Subsequently, Gokū arrives with Rōshi and Bulma, and Kulilin informs the confused two that he would like for them to observe the battle. Kulilin, after getting the turtle hermit to look up while watching the battle, turns Bulma around and manages to undress her and reveal her naked chest, causing Rōshi's nose to excessively bleed. The blood then lands on the invisible man and gives Yamcha the opportunity to finally see his opponent and knock him back with his Wolf Fang Wind Style Fist, forcing the foe to give in, handing the Dragon Team victory once again.

Bulma becomes enraged at Kulilin for using her nakedness as a tool for battle, and Rōshi chastises his disciple for making him lose so much blood, but then secretly tell Kulilin that he'll thank him later. Uranai Baba, still confident, informs the team that the last three opponents are much tougher than the previous two.

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