During the preliminaries of the 23rd World Tournament, Yajirobe is shown easily defeating everyone he was matched against until he fought Kami in disguise during his last match at the only World Tournament he entered. After King Piccolo is defeated, he saves Goku's life by catching him before he hits the ground. Yajirobe (ヤジロベー, Yajirobē) is a ronin (masterless samurai) who met Goku while the latter was searching for Tambourine. Yajirobe appears on the manga picture twice (#18 and #26) when all manga volumes are lined up. In 2006, Yajirobe made his first appearance as a fighter in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2, and he later returned as a playable character in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3. Yajirobe tries the water himself, only drinking a little sip, which caused him extreme pain. Additionally, the backside of the piece portrays Vegeta's tail being hacked off, the slicing motion of the sharp edge of the blade having a great effect as the perfect cut is delivered to recreate this glorious suspenseful moment in Dragon Ball Z history. In the Vegeta Saga he once again saves Goku from being crushed to death by the Great Ape Vegeta by severing the Saiyan Prince's tail and reverting him back into his humanoid form, which helps significantly in giving Gohan and Krillin the upper hand in the battle ahead. Yajirobe (who stood at about 5 inches) was included in this set due to his appearance in GT. Directory: Characters → Earthlings → Dragon Team, "Maybe I could just go back to bed and pretend I didn't see this." .FIYolDqalszTnjjNfThfT{max-width:256px;white-space:normal;text-align:center} He enjoys eating wild roast pig[1] and also possesses a particular affinity for steamed pork buns (butaman in Japanese), which he is depicted eating in several scenes throughout the series and regrets not consuming more when he thinks Vegeta is about to destroy the Earth during the Vegeta Saga. They were both restored to life with the Namekian Dragon Balls later on. Both were relieved when she left Korin Tower. His power level during the battle against Vegeta is 970. This specific piece was originally produced in 1996 (dated 1989) by AB Groupe but did not see a proper release until 2003 under the "Giochi Preziosi" lineup. Main article: Universe Survival Saga ", implying that at least at that point Yajirobe was superior to Tien Shinhan and Master Roshi. Additional details on the packaging include "1 Mini Toy + Action Card De Regalo." Yajirobe usually appears as a one-line character in cutscenes for most Dragon Ball video games, such as Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu, Dragon Ball Z Gaiden: Shin Saiyajin Zetsumetsu Keikaku - Chikyū-Hen and Uchū-Hen, Dragon Ball Z: Super Gokuden: Kakusei-Hen, Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai, Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3, Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo, and Dragon Ball Online. Yajirobe makes an appearance during the Frieza Saga during a filler only sequence, when he is forced to accompany Chi-Chi, Master Roshi and the others to Namek to bring back Gohan. Saiyan Saga Release date: 2000 Irwin Toy released the first Yajirobe figure in July, 2000 as a part of the series 2 lineup. Included with Number 38 of this wide range of volumes is none other than Yajirobe. Why is that? Goku once considered him a challenge, saying "I've never met someone so tough!" Yajirobe appears and gives Goku a Senzu Bean after he is knocked out by the meteor. Like (the lesser known, and filler character) Arale, he gets his power from seemingly nowhere. Yajirobe made his debut as a fighter in Budokai Tenkaichi 2. He is also shown holding the newborn Trunks on multiple occasions, always getting peed on by the infant. After training, Kami tells the Z Fighters that all of them have surpassed both Mr. Popo and himself. I know this was Just approved but it's received more downvotes than upvotes. All the figurines in this bagging come in a gray or navy blue monochrome color variation. at Mr. Satan's party and is briefly seen cutting through falling rubble caused by Aka's Super Wahaha no Ha. The character in the show barely acknowledge is presence, and in the show, it was shown way before that Yajirobe was on the battlefield hiding and watching the fight. Yajirobe and Korin were playing a game when Goku appeared and requested for a senzu. I'm sure he was introduced in Dragon Ball, and I think he even made brief appearances in Dragon Ball Super and GT. Yajirobe (ヤジロベー, Yajirobē) is a Human ronin who met Goku while the latter was searching for Tambourine. Yajirobe performs this task, but as usual, barely cares about the situation and would rather keep up his lazy schedule rather than attempt to fight the two invaders in the next year. This repaint Yajirobe and Korin pack was a re-release of the previous model originally produced by Irwin. When Goku transforms into a Super Saiyan, Master Roshi tells Yajirobe, who is drinking a soda, that he has a feeling that Goku underwent a major power increase that would change him forever. During the Garlic Jr. Saga, they receive a visit from Maron, Krillin’s girlfriend at the time. Yajirobe's appearance consists of small, beady eyes, long, untidy black hair and, due to his enjoyment of eating, he is quite overweight.   Yajirobe doesn't have a tail. Yajirobe (ヤジロベー, Yajirobē) is an overweight samurai that is often considered to be rude, unmannered, timid, lazy, and cowardly. Included in this 2003 set were Yajirobe, Tien, Piccolo, Vegeta, Gohan, Master Roshi, Krillin, Majin Buu, and Baby (from DBGT). In the anime, they receive a visit from Maron, Krillin’s girlfriend at the time. Despite his usual nature, he is shown to be sorely disappointed at Oolong's cowardace and requests that he act more like Master Roshi, although this falls apart when Roshi also asks where they parked the ship, implying that he too wants to flee. Yajirobe's favorite vehicles is stolen cars. and "You should learn not to mess with the best, you can't handle it". Each of these mini figurines stands at 4 cm (1.5 inches) and comes on top of a red base. Yajirobe helped Master Roshi with his training for the Tournament of Power. He enjoys eating wild roast pig. Both of them are surprised at each other's power and stamina. He also helps Goku get the Ultra Divine Water. One year later, after the Saiyan's arrival on Earth, Yajirobe tells some journalists in East City about the Saiyans and about "his men" fighting them. They are named crazy bones due to the craze revolving around the collection of these pieces. They were both restored to life with the Namekian Dragon Balls later on. The only logical explanation i can think of is that Yajirobe is last descendant of a long forgotten group of renegate saiyan that came to earth to flee their race or something like that. Press J to jump to the feed. Yajirobe appears to watch Goku fighting King Piccolo at Central City, but he sees all the damage that King Piccolo had caused and decides that it is too dangerous to stay there. He then dodges a missile that the good Launch accidentally fired. He spends most of his time with Korin at Korin Tower, and he usually delivers Senzu Beans to the Z-Fighters. He spends most of his time with Korin on Korin Tower, and usually delivers Senzu Beans to the Dragon Team. According to the Daizenshuu, Yajirobe enjoys driving stolen cars. I really think that it look like a story arc that was not developped. Yajirobe (ヤジロベー, Yajirobē) is a Human swordsman who met Goku during his time going after King Piccolo. [3] After training, Kami tells the Z Fighters that all of them have surpassed both Mr. Popo and himself. Also, this is a very unique piece as it features Yajirobe with a moustache. Well I'll give you something to talk about!" Each set connects to the other volumes to create an astonishing combination of characters as a complete diorama piece. Then he trained with Kami-sama, and was then able to hurt Vegeta (even though Vegeta was weakened, it's still impressive) Spopovitch gets bisected. Released in November, 2009, this piece was no exception to the great deal of detail Hachette has placed on the Dragon Ball manga characters. This piece was included with the Dragon Ball Kai releases as the keychain sets. This specific set was entitled "Gohan," concentrating on the Saiyan/Vegeta Saga. A hole in the top portion of this tower fits Goku's Nyoi-bō (Power Pole), which serves as the link between the tower itself and Kami's Lookout. She said that in scenes with Krillin and Yajirobe together, Yajirobe's Nagoya accent is intensified to tell them apart. Despite his overweight appearance and desire to avoid fighting, he is actually quite strong and is highly skilled with his katana. One of Bandai's Keshi series, it has included characters such as Raditz, Ox-King, Chi-Chi, Yajirobe, Mr. Popo, Bulma, Piccolo, Kami, Gohan, Goku, Chiaotzu, Tien, Yamcha, Krillin, and Hero for a total of 15 pieces in the part 1 set. He attacks using his katana, and he is also able to eat a Senzu Bean restoring him to full health. https://dragonball.fandom.com/wiki/Yajirobe_(Collectibles)?oldid=1845352, DeAgostini's Dragon Ball GT Collection: Your Heroes in 3D, Sonokong Dragon Ball Super Battle Collection. By the end of Dragon Ball Z, he grows a mustache. Yajirobe is introduced as a samurai mountain hunter with an insatiable appetite, and his first appearance is a confrontation between him and Goku at Yajirobe's hideout. Included with the manga volumes is a miniature figurine. How is he strong enough to easily climb Korin tower and defeat one of King Piccolo's dudes? All his intricate details remain intact, including his sandals, hair, and sword. He also gives them Senzu Beans after Lord Slug is killed. 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Yajirobe was released in this set performing his katana swipe technique, with blue sparks of energy and aura emanating underneath him as he propels upward and off the ground.