Dragon Ball Chapter 99

"The Five Warriors"
Kanji 5人の戦士
Rōmaji Gonin no Senshi
Viz The Five Champions
Chapter Info
Author(s) Akira Toriyama
Volume Volume 9
Previous Chapter 98
Next Chapter 100
Arc Uranai Baba Arc
Japanese November 1, 1986
Anime Adaptation
Corresponding episode(s) DB070
Character debut(s)
Technique debut(s)
Tool debut(s)
None in this chapter

"The Five Warriors" (5人の戦士, Gonin no Senshi; Viz "The Five Champions") is the ninety-ninth chapter of Part I of the Dragon Ball manga.


After hearing Uranai Baba's conditions, Gokū, Kulilin and Yamcha are the ones that end up having to face off against Baba's five warriors. Kulilin offers to go first, and has to fight against Dracula Man. Kulilin and Dracula Man then charge towards each other, but the latter transforms into a bat and flies around in circles in order to confuse Kulilin. Dracula Man then reverts and manages to bite Kulilin on his head and suck his blood.

Kulilin is able to knock the vampire, but the loss of blood distracts Kulilin, and he is knocked out by Dracula Man. Next up to face the vampire are Pu’ar and Upa, who initially did not want to participate in the tournament. Upa then exposes his garlic breath to weaken the vampire, and Dracula Man resolves to suck blood once more, but Pu’ar counters this by shapeshifting into a spiky echidna. Upa then raises his arms to resemble a cross, acknowledging that vampires hate crosses above all else. This causes Dracula Man turn into a bat again and attempt to retreat from the ring, leading Pu’ar to finish the vampire off by transforming into a big glove and slapping Dracula Man in his bat form out of the ring, giving the Dragon Team the victory.

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