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The Cereal Dragon Balls () are a set of Dragon Balls on Planet Cereal.


The One-Star Cereal Dragon Ball

Unlike the other sets of Dragon Balls, Planet Cereal has a set of two Dragon Balls. They are noticeably smaller than Earth's Dragon Balls, being about the size of a ping pong ball. They have black stars on them, and a password is required once they are gathered in order to summon Toronbo. These Dragon Balls are currently tied to Monaito, the last Namekian on Cereal. These Dragon Balls are unique in a number of other ways; they do not turn to stone for any length of time after a single use, allowing them to be used as long as they could be found.

It is unknown what limitations, if any, exist on the kind of wishes that Toronbo can grant; however, they are the only known Dragon Balls (other than the extremely difficult to gather Super Dragon Balls) which can increase a person's strength substantially. They are also unique in that some wishes may not be granted without incurring a cost or price, such as the loss of one's remaining lifespan.



The Namekians who arrived on Planet Cereal created the Dragon Balls.

The Two-Star Ball was lost forty-years prior to the Granolah the Survivor Saga, while Monaito kept the One-Star Ball in his possession.[1]

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Granolah the Survivor Saga

Main article: Granolah the Survivor Saga Monaito had one in his collection, while a young Sugarian had discovered the other by chance, leading scientists to investigate. Granolah steals both balls and summons Toronbo, wishing to become the strongest warrior in the universe.

Eventually, the Heeters discovered the existence of the Cerealian Dragon Balls from Granolah. They traveled to Earth and stole the Dragon Radar in order to locate the Dragon Balls. After successfully gathering the Cerealian Dragon Balls, Elec summons Toronbo and wishes for his brother Gas to surpass Granolah in power.

Known Wishes Granted

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  • The Cereal Dragon Balls' stars being colored black instead of the usual red are a reference to the Black Star Dragon Balls from Dragon Ball GT.
  • It is unknown if they exist in the timeline of Future Trunks.
  • The Cereal Dragon Balls are unique in that instead of the traditional seven, there are only two required to summon the eternal dragon Toronbo. Additionally they are the smallest known set of Dragon Balls in terms of both quantity and size.


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