Yamcha

Yamcha

Yamcha (or Yamucha) is a fictional character from the Dragon Ball universe created by Akira Toriyama as a main figure for the media franchise.He is introduced as a thief and started out as an antagonist of Son Goku but quickly reformed and became an ally and Z Fighter. His constant companion is Pu'ar, and throughout Dragonball, as well as earl... Show more »
Yamcha (or Yamucha) is a fictional character from the Dragon Ball universe created by Akira Toriyama as a main figure for the media franchise.He is introduced as a thief and started out as an antagonist of Son Goku but quickly reformed and became an ally and Z Fighter. His constant companion is Pu'ar, and throughout Dragonball, as well as early Dragonball Z, his romantic interest was Bulma, Goku's first companion. Some time during the period between the Trunks saga and the Androids saga of Dragonball Z, Yamcha and Bulma break up for the final time due to Yamcha's habit of being a cheater. Yamcha was never given another chance, as Bulma got together with Vegeta.During the Android Saga, Yamcha is the first to encounter Android #19 and #20, and is left for dead when #20 absorbs his chi and drives a hand through his chest. Yamcha later joins the others in the Cell Games and teams up with Tien to protect the weakened Goku from the Cell Juniors, though they are easily beaten. By the time of the Majin Buu Saga, Yamcha has given up fighting and goes to the 25th Tenkaichi Budokai with the others to be a spectator. Yamcha is later killed again when Majin Buu turns him into chocolate and eats him, along with Krillin, Bulma, and the other allies. During Goku and Vegeta's battle against Buu, Yamcha is brought back to life by the Namekian Dragon Balls, and he and the others on Earth give their energy to Goku's Super Genki-Dama, which he uses to destroy Buu and restore peace to the universe. In the final episode of Dragon Ball GT, Yamcha is seen fixing his car in the middle of a desert, possibly returning to his vagabond life with Puar. Show less «