"Careful, kingy. We wouldn’t want to mess up your crown."
|Appearances:|| Dragon Ball: The Great War|
Dragon Ball Z: The Forgotten:
|Birthdate:||October 12, 706 Age|
|Date of Death:||November 3rd, 762 Age|
|Birth Power Level:||180|
|Maximum Power Level:||5500|
|Personal Pronouns:||俺 (おれ)|
|Rank:||General of the Saiyan Army, Soldier in the|
|Organizations:||Frieza's Empire (731 - 762 Age)|
|Favorite Vehicle:||Space Pod|
|Hobbies:||Training, destroying things|
Nappa (ナッパ, Nappa) is a
Nappa is also featured as a supporting character in Dragon Ball: The Great War.
Personality and Canon HistoryEdit
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Dragon Ball: The Great WarEdit
In the second chapter of this story, King Vegeta told Paragus and Layeeck that he didn't plan on fighting Zhukin's or Nappa's tribes in open combat, as such wars would likely result in many casualties on both sides. He stated that he planned on absorbing both tribes, first by defeating Nappa in single combat and then gaining his soldiers and then forcing Zhukin to surrender after showing the tribe leader King Vegeta's superior army. After King Vegeta learned from Ocra and Artachoc that the
At the start of the third chapter, Nappa was with King Vegeta as they came upon King Vegeta's old settlement which had been destroyed by the Tuffles. Nappa then talked with King Vegeta and the king's other advisers about what had happened. Later that night, as Layeeck was questioning Nappa on his loyalty, the two were attacked by three masked assassins. Layeeck fought and killed one of them while Nappa took on two of them and killed them both. Afterwards, the two ran over to King Vegeta's tent and found that he had also been attacked by assassins. There, they also met with Dogom who also reported being attacked by assassins. The group quickly realized that it was Zhukin who had sent assassins against King Vegeta and his advisers. This prompted King Vegeta to move against Zhukin at once. The next day, King Vegeta set out with some guards and advisers for Zhukin's settlement. Nappa was one of those advisers. He went with King Vegeta to Zhukin's settlement (which was the old seat of the
In the fourth chapter, Nappa was first seen with King Vegeta and his war council. He didn't really offer much advice, his only contribution being to call the Tuffles cowards. Nappa later fought against General Amanito's army in the battle that took place near the end of this chapter.
In the fifth chapter, Nappa was amongst the Saiyan army that pursued General Amanito's Tuffle army to Shintake Square. Under the order of King Vegeta, he formed a legion that attacked the town from the far right side. Nappa led his troops against the Tuffles, resulting in a particularly bloody conflict. Nappa himself killed hundreds of Tuffles before being separated from his fellow warriors. Eventually, he found the mech that had forced Paragus and Layeeck to retreat and attacked it. After a short battle, Nappa defeated the mech. However, at that time, General Amanito and his personal guards appeared and attacked Nappa. The result of their battle was not revealed in this chapter, but when Amanito was later seen, he was bruised and covered in wounds, implying Nappa got a few good hits on him. However, as Nappa was not seen again after Amanito attacked him (even when the Saiyans retreated), it was implied, in this chapter, that Amanito killed him.
Nappa was one of the last Saiyans to return to King Vegeta's camp from Shintake Square in the sixth chapter. When he returned, he was quite angry at King Vegeta and demanded to duel him for ordering the retreat (as Nappa saw that act as a sign of weakness). King Vegeta, who was still weak from the wound he had suffered in that battle agreed to see Nappa. After trying to talk to Nappa, he realized he could not reason with the brute - they had to fight to settle matters. King Vegeta was weakened when Nappa hit him on his wound, opening it again and slowing down King Vegeta significantly. However, despite that, King Vegeta was able to defeat Nappa and knock the Saiyan unconscious after a short battle. This firmly showed that King Vegeta was the rightful king of the Saiyans and that Nappa was not wise to challenge him.
Near the beginning of the seventh chapter, Nappa was seen with King Vegeta's war council as they formulated a new plan to take on the Tuffles. During that meeting, he made it known that he was opposed to Zorn's idea that they should use stealth to combat the Tuffles. At the conclusion of that meeting, Nappa was given command of a Saiyan army and sent to a different location on the planet to wage war on the Tuffles. He soon led a force against Vitandi's army in the night. Nappa's force sneaked up on Vitandi's camp and overwhelmed them silently. Nappa himself pulled Vitandi from his bed and executed him by blowing up his head with a ki blast. Near the end of this chapter, one of Nappa's guards warned Nappa against attacking a Tuffle army that was much larger than Nappa's Saiyan army. Nappa ignored him and led the attack anyway. In the ensuing fight, many of the Saiyans (as well as many Tuffles), including Nappa's guard, were killed. Though Nappa fought valiantly, he soon realized that his group of warriors was too few to take on the Tuffles. Ignoring his Saiyan pride, he eventually ordered his army to retreat through the air.
At the beginning of the ninth chapter, Nappa was present with the rest of King Vegeta's war council as they argued about how to rescue King Vegeta when a Tuffle holo-recording device appeared before them. Nappa, like the other members of King Vegeta's war council, watched the message on that device relayed by their king himself. In the message, King Vegeta asked his war council to come to the Tuffle capital to negotiate a peace treaty between the Saiyans and Tuffles but to not bring any guards with them. He did not know how they would be able to assault the Tuffle capital, but after Lascon came up with an idea, all of the Saiyans left with him. Nappa later went to the Tuffle capital with the rest of King Vegeta's war council and army and fought an army of Tuffles there. Nappa fought with Layeeck during the battle. At one point, the two were seen standing on a pile of Tuffle bodies, repelling waves of Tuffles from all sides with energy and physical attacks. Soon after, they were attacked by a massive mech. After double-teaming the mech for a short while, Layeeck and Nappa combined their energy beams into a single more powerful beam and shot it at the mech, obliterating the thing in a gigantic explosion.
Near the beginning of the tenth chapter, Layeeck told King Vegeta that Nappa and Paragus had already returned with their armies back to their old posts across the planet (they had abandoned these posts to rescue King Vegeta in the previous chapter). Later, Nappa and his army were shown transforming into
Near the beginning of the eleventh chapter, some Saiyans were shown to be rioting in the streets of the Saiyan cities (for they wanted to fight, and with the Tuffles gone, they had no one to fight but themselves). Nappa took part in one such brawl. Later, Nappa left the planet and conquered many planets, murdering billions of aliens in the process. Later, Nappa went to an alien world with King Vegeta, Layeeck, Cyleria, Ocra, and a few unnamed Saiyans. They easily wiped out all native life. Nappa complained that the natives hadn't been worth the trouble, as they had been so weak. When the
Dragon Ball Z: The ForgottenEdit
Prince Vegeta SagaEdit
Nappa was the General of the
- Nappa is the only major Saiyan who does not kill anyone in The Forgotten.
- Nappa's survival of the Genocide of the Saiyans is completely by accident, as explained in The Forgotten.
- Nappa's theme is I'll Make A Man Out Of You.
|KidVegeta's Alien Characters|
|Frieza's Minions||Zarbon • The Benefactor • King Vegeta • Queen Kusa • Prince Vegeta • Nappa • Paragus • Zorn • Lascon • Layeeck • Cyleria • Ledas|
|Cooler's Parlimentary Minions||Guva • Banas • Payar • Lieme • Meloon • Aprido • Ledas|
|Cooler's Stomping Grounds Minions||Digranite • Konatsu • Anango • Mullpy • Sika • Sarpack • Grif • Nepar|
|Other Aliens||Verlate • Lauto • Cubas • Yuki • Kirka • Naro • Zhukin • Creissa • Amanito • Nivalus • Viros • Solitarn • Vitandi • Exitalia • Lenomi • Chari • Olivien • Audacci|