Top 10 Weakest Dragon Ball Characters

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Dragon Ball is an anime and manga series that follows the adventures of Goku, a powerful warrior who defends the Earth against evil. Over the years, many powerful characters have been introduced in the series. But not all of them are created equal. Some are stronger than others, and some are weaker than the rest. Here is a list of the ten weakest Dragon Ball characters.

1. Krillin

Krillin is one of the strongest human characters in Dragon Ball, but he is still far weaker than most of the other fighters in the series. Krillin is incredibly brave and has saved the lives of his friends on numerous occasions. However, his lack of strength and combat skills often puts him at a disadvantage against his opponents. Krillin is also very short, which makes it easy for taller opponents to take him down.

2. Hercule

The first time we see Hercule, he’s completely dominated by Cell. Despite his complete lack of fighting ability, he continues to try and take on strong opponents, usually with disastrous results.

3. Yajirobe

Yajirobe is one of the weakest characters in Dragon Ball. He is a martial artist and swordsman who first appears in the series when he meets Goku and helps him fight against Piccolo Daimao. He later becomes a member of Master Roshi’s team during the 23rd World Martial Arts Tournament.

Yajirobe is a coward and often runs away from fights. He is also lazy and only fights when he has to. However, he does have some moments of bravery, such as when he saves Goku’s life from Piccolo Daimao.

4. Chi-Chi

Chi-Chi is one of the weakest characters in Dragon Ball. She is not a fighter and has no combat skills. Her only purpose is to cook and clean for her family. She is often scared and cries easily.

5. Chaoitzu

After the first-ever Tenkaichi Budokai, Chaoitzu is ranked number five as the weakest characters in dragon ball. He was easily defeated by Master Roshi during the tournament and was never seen again.

6. Videl

Videl is the daughter of Mr. Satan and she makes this list at number six for the weakest Dragon Ball characters. During the Buu Saga, Videl was the one who trained Goten and Trunks to Fusion Dance and defeats Buu. However, Videl wasn’t able to defeat Buu herself and needed the help of Gotenks.

7. Emperor Pilaf

The seventh entry on this list is the leader of the Pilaf Gang, Emperor Pilaf. He may be a self-proclaimed emperor, but he is one of the weakest characters in Dragon Ball. He has no real fighting skills and relies on his minions to do all the work for him. When it comes to combat, Pilaf is nothing more than a coward who runs away at the first sign of trouble.

8. Oolong

Oolong is another one of Pilaf’s minions and, like his boss, he is also quite weak. Oolong is a pig-like creature with the ability to transform into anything he desires. However, his transformations are usually not very helpful in combat and he often turns into things that are of no use to him or his allies. Oolong is more of a comic relief character than anything else and is not someone who should be relied on in a fight.

9. Master Roshi

Master Roshi, also known as the Turtle Hermit, is one of the oldest and most experienced characters in Dragon Ball. However, despite his years of training, he is still one of the weakest characters in the series. Master Roshi is incredibly old and frail, which makes him very easy to defeat in combat. Additionally, he is not very skilled in the use of his ki and often relies on using dirty tricks to win fights.

10. Puar

Puar is a close friend of Yamcha and another one of the weakest characters in Dragon Ball. Puar is a cat-like creature with the ability to transform into anything she desires. However, like Oolong, her transformations are usually not very helpful in combat and she often turns into things that are of no use to her or her allies. Puar is more of a comic relief character than anything else and is not someone who should be relied on in a fight.

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