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Dragon Ball Chapter 11

"Gyūmaō of Mount Frypan"
Kanji フライパン山の牛魔王
Rōmaji Furaipan Yama no Gyūmaō
Literal English Ox Demon Lord of Mount Frypan
Viz …And Into the Fire!
Chapter Info
Author(s) Akira Toriyama
Volume Volume 1
Previous Chapter 10
Next Chapter 12
Arc Hunt for the Dragon Balls Arc
Japanese November 27, 1984
English June 27, 2002
Anime Adaptation
Corresponding episode(s) DB007
Character debut(s)
Technique debut(s)
None in this chapter
Tool debut(s)
None in this chapter

"Gyūmaō of Mount Frypan" (フライパン山の牛魔王, Furaipan Yama no Gyūmaō; Viz "…And Into the Fire!"; Literally meaning "Ox Demon Lord of Mount Frypan") is the eleventh chapter of Part I of the Dragon Ball manga.


After two days pass, Gokū and friends finally arrive at Frypan Mountain, which is engulfed in flames. Oolong, in evident fear, warns Bulma and Gokū not to go near the mountain, claiming anyone who crosses paths with Gyūmaō ends up killed. As Gokū and Bulma hypothesize that Gyūmaō is within the castle with the Dragon Ball, Oolong once again informs them that Gyūmaō and his daugther cannot return to their own castle due to the flames. As Oolong attempts to run away yet again, Bulma once again counters by activating the PP Candy to force Oolong to stay.

As Yamcha and Pu'ar watch Gokū and friends from a distance, Yamcha deduces that Gokū should be able to befriend Gyūmaō due to being Son Gohan's grandson, as both Gyūmaō and Gohan were disciples of Kame-Sennin.

Suddenly, a seemingly defenseless young girl runs away from a Tyrannosaurus Rex, only to behead the dinosaur with the blade from her helmet and obliterate the remnants of the dinosaur with a laser from the helmet, much to the bandits' astonishment. The young girl then shoots a laser at Yamcha out of fear, only to earn a knockout punch by the bandit to her helmet, as Yamcha reveals he is not afraid of young girls, as opposed to young women.

Near the burning castle, Gokū uses his Kintoun to attempt to find the sixth Dragon Ball within the castle. As Gokū is in the sky, Gyūmaō, assuming Bulma and Oolong want to steal his treasure, attacks the two from behind, much to their trepidation. As Gokū arrives, Gyūmaō questions where Gokū received his Kintoun, only to learn that the young boy received it from Rōshi, leading Gyūmaō to frantically ask of his master's residence.

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