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{{Faction Infobox
 
{{Faction Infobox
|name=Namekian (Demon Clan)
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|name=Dark Vassals
 
|image=File:Vlcsnap-2009-11-13-19h08m27s130.png
 
|image=File:Vlcsnap-2009-11-13-19h08m27s130.png
 
|activated=[[Age 461]]
 
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|located=[[Earth]]
 
|located=[[Earth]]
 
|leader=[[King Piccolo]]
 
|leader=[[King Piccolo]]
|members=[[Piano]]<br>[[Tambourine]]<br>[[Cymbal]]<br>[[Drum]]<br>Banjo<br>Bell<br>Viola<br>Conga<br>Harp<br>Mandolin<br>Maraca<br>Marimba<br>Organ<br>[[Ukulele]]<br>[[Gamelan]]<br>[[Bongo (Mutant Namek)|Bongo]]
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|members=[[Piano]]<br>[[Tambourine]]<br>[[Cymbal]]<br>[[Drum]]<br>[[Ukulele]]<br>[[Gamelan]]<br>[[Bongo (Mutant Namek)|Bongo]]
 
|allies=
 
|allies=
 
|conflicts=[[King Piccolo wars]]
 
|conflicts=[[King Piccolo wars]]
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}}The '''Dark Vassals'''<ref>[http://www.dbs-cardgame.com/europe-en/cardlist/?search=true&category=428004 DBS card game]</ref> are {{nihongo|"'''[[Demon Clan#Namekian|Demon Clan]]'''"|{{Ruby|魔|ま}}{{Ruby|族|ぞく}}|''Mazoku''}} [[Namekian]] spawns. They are [[demon]]<ref>''[[Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3]]''</ref> Namekians<ref name="Daiz2"/> birthed by [[King Piccolo]] and later the [[Dark Namekians]]. It is said that the evil spirit of King Piccolo warped them into horrible mutants.{{fact}} These creatures are actually the first Namekians to appear,<ref name="Daiz2">''[[Daizenshuu 2]]''</ref> making their first appearance in the chapter "[[The Death of Kuririn]]" and the episode "[[Enter King Piccolo]]". All of the named Mutated Namekians have names based on musical instruments, just like Piccolo.
The '''Dark Vassals'''<ref>[http://www.dbs-cardgame.com/europe-en/cardlist/?search=true&category=428004 DBS card game]</ref> are {{nihongo|"'''[[Demon Clan#Namekian|Demon Clan]]'''"|{{Ruby|魔|ま}}{{Ruby|族|ぞく}}|''Mazoku''}} [[Namekian]] spawns. They are [[demon]]<ref>''[[Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3]]''</ref> Namekians<ref name="Daiz2"/> birthed by [[King Piccolo]] and later the [[Dark Namekians]]. It is said that the evil spirit of King Piccolo warped them into horrible mutants.{{fact}} These creatures are actually the first Namekians to appear,<ref name="Daiz2">''[[Daizenshuu 2]]''</ref> making their first appearance in the chapter "[[The Death of Kuririn]]" and the episode "[[Enter King Piccolo]]". All of the named Mutated Namekians have names based on musical instruments, just like Piccolo.
 
   
 
==Biography==
 
==Biography==
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====King Piccolo Wars====
 
====King Piccolo Wars====
 
{{Main|King Piccolo Wars}}
 
{{Main|King Piccolo Wars}}
[[File:PDVD 071.jpg|thumb|left|Demonic Mutated Namekians]]
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[[File:PDVD 071.jpg|thumb|left|King Piccolo alongside Dark Vassals]]
 
Sometime after coming into being, King Piccolo [[Birthing an Egg|spawned]] several mutated Namekian children. They all had a similar winged and scaled appearance with various [[animal]]-like features. Unlike King Piccolo's spawn in more modern times such as [[Piano]] and [[Drum]], these offsprings' names are not revealed in the anime, and they are never heard to speak.
 
Sometime after coming into being, King Piccolo [[Birthing an Egg|spawned]] several mutated Namekian children. They all had a similar winged and scaled appearance with various [[animal]]-like features. Unlike King Piccolo's spawn in more modern times such as [[Piano]] and [[Drum]], these offsprings' names are not revealed in the anime, and they are never heard to speak.
   
[[File:Vlcsnap-2009-11-13-19h07m41s197.png|thumb|Mutated Namek offspring charging ''Chou Makouhou'' to attack a city]]
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[[File:Vlcsnap-2009-11-13-19h07m41s197.png|thumb|Dark Vassals charging Evil Cannons to attack a city]]
 
Anybody killed by these Namekians spend eternity in a state of limbo rather than being sent to the typical places in [[Other World]].<ref>''[[Dragon Ball (manga)|Dragon Ball]]'' chapter 162, "[[The Niyoi-bo's Secret]]"</ref><ref>''[[Dragon Ball (anime)|Dragon Ball]]'' episode 123, "[[Lost and Found]]"</ref> [[Master Roshi]] recounts how these creatures rampaged around the world, until they attacked [[Master Mutaito]] and [[Mutaito Training Academy|his students]]. In the aftermath, all the creatures are destroyed. Master Roshi and [[Master Shen]], along with a wounded Mutaito, are the only survivors.
 
Anybody killed by these Namekians spend eternity in a state of limbo rather than being sent to the typical places in [[Other World]].<ref>''[[Dragon Ball (manga)|Dragon Ball]]'' chapter 162, "[[The Niyoi-bo's Secret]]"</ref><ref>''[[Dragon Ball (anime)|Dragon Ball]]'' episode 123, "[[Lost and Found]]"</ref> [[Master Roshi]] recounts how these creatures rampaged around the world, until they attacked [[Master Mutaito]] and [[Mutaito Training Academy|his students]]. In the aftermath, all the creatures are destroyed. Master Roshi and [[Master Shen]], along with a wounded Mutaito, are the only survivors.
   
 
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==Known Mutated Namekians==
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==Known Dark Vassals==
===Named in the Manga===
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;King Piccolo's Demon Clan
 
*[[Piano]]
 
*[[Piano]]
 
*[[Tambourine]]
 
*[[Tambourine]]
 
*[[Cymbal]]
 
*[[Cymbal]]
 
*[[Drum]]
 
*[[Drum]]
 
===Named in Video Games===
 
[[File:Banjo.png|thumb|Banjo in the Pirate Cave in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu'']]
 
*{{nihongo|Banjo|バンジョー}}<ref name="DF">''[[Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu]]'', 1988</ref>
 
*{{nihongo|Bell|ベル|''Beru''}}<ref name="DB3">''[[Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden]]'', 1989</ref>
 
*{{nihongo|Viola|ビオラ|''Biora''}}<ref name="DB3"/>
 
*{{nihongo|Conga|コンガ}}<ref name="DB3"/>
 
*{{nihongo|Harp|ハープ|''Haapu''}}<ref name="DB3"/>
 
*{{nihongo|Mandolin|マンドリン|''Mandorin''}}<ref name="DB3"/>
 
*{{nihongo|Maraca|マラカー|''Maracaa''}}<ref>''[[Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure]]'', 2004</ref>
 
*{{nihongo|Marimba|マリンバ|''Marinba''}}<ref name="DB3"/>
 
*{{nihongo|Organ|オルガン}}<ref name="DF"/>
 
 
*[[Ukulele]]
 
*[[Ukulele]]
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<gallery type="slideshow" position="right" widths="200" hideaddbutton="true">
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Organ_sprite.png|Organ
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Banjo_sprite.png|Banjo
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Conga_sprite.png|Conga
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Maracaa.gif|Maraca
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</gallery>
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*{{nihongo|'''Banjo'''|バンジョー}}<ref name="DF">''[[Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu]]'', 1988</ref>
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*{{nihongo|'''Bell'''|ベル|''Beru''}}<ref name="DB3">''[[Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden]]'', 1989</ref>
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*{{nihongo|'''Viola'''|ビオラ|''Biora''}}<ref name="DB3"/>
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*{{nihongo|'''Conga'''|コンガ}}<ref name="DB3"/>
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*{{nihongo|'''Harp'''|ハープ|''Haapu''}}<ref name="DB3"/>
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*{{nihongo|'''Mandolin'''|マンドリン|''Mandorin''}}<ref name="DB3"/>
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*{{nihongo|'''Maraca'''|マラカー|''Maracaa''}}<ref>''[[Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure]]'', 2004</ref>
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*{{nihongo|'''Marimba'''|マリンバ|''Marinba''}}<ref name="DB3"/>
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*{{nihongo|'''Organ'''|オルガン}}<ref name="DF"/>
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;Dark Namekians
 
*[[Gamelan]]
 
*[[Gamelan]]
*[[Bongo (Mutant Namek)|Bongo]]
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*[[Bongo (Demon Clansman)|Bongo]]
   
==Appearances in other media==
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==Video Game Appearances==
===''Dragonball Evolution''===
 
{{Main|Fu-Lum}}
 
[[File:Fullum.jpg|thumb|left|A Fu-Lum from ''Dragonball Evolution'']]
 
The Demon Clan Namekians appear in the live-action film ''[[Dragonball Evolution]]'' and it's video game adaptation. In this media they are referred to as '''[[Fu-Lum]]''' or '''Regenerators'''.
 
 
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===Video Games===
 
 
King Piccolo's spawn appear as enemies in the video games ''[[Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu]], [[Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden]], [[Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure]]'', and ''[[Dragon Ball Z: Scouter Battle Taikan Kamehameha - Ora to Omee to Scouter]]''.
 
King Piccolo's spawn appear as enemies in the video games ''[[Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu]], [[Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden]], [[Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure]]'', and ''[[Dragon Ball Z: Scouter Battle Taikan Kamehameha - Ora to Omee to Scouter]]''.
   
[[File:Vlcsnap-2009-11-13-19h03m04s246.png|thumb|right|A Ukulele-type Namek spawn]]
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Alongside [[Tambourine]], [[Cymbal]], and [[Drum]], three other spawn appear in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu'': Ukulele, Banjo, and Organ. '''Ukulele''' is a green gargoyle/platypus-like spawn with [[pterodactyl]] features (like [[Piano]]). He is the lowest ranking member of the clan; his level varies from 1 to 4. He can either attack with his [[tail]], with a sword, or with the ''[[Chou Makouhou]]''. '''Banjo''' is a Dark Vassal that looks like a humanoid version of [[Octopapa]]. He is first encountered as boss in the [[Pirate Cave]], and later reappears as a regular enemy. Banjo's techniques are the Revolving Attack and the [[Hasshu-ken]]. '''Organ''' is a pink alien-like spawn and Piccolo's personal aide in the game, like Piano in the original manga. Organ also has the ability to transform into different enemies such as Drum. In the game's story, Organ creates an elixir created from the souls of humans, which restores King Piccolo's power.
Alongside [[Tambourine]], [[Cymbal]], and [[Drum]], three other spawn appear in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu'': Ukulele, Banjo, and Organ. '''Ukulele''' is a green gargoyle/platypus-like spawn with [[pterodactyl]] features (like [[Piano]]). He is the lowest ranking member of the clan; his level varies from 1 to 4. He can either attack with his [[tail]], with a sword, or with the ''[[Chou Makouhou]]''. '''Banjo''' is a Mutated Namek that looks like a humanoid version of [[Octopapa]]. He is first encountered as boss in the [[Pirate Cave]], and later reappears as a regular enemy. Banjo's techniques are the Revolving Attack and the [[Hasshu-ken]]. '''Organ''' is a pink alien-like spawn and Piccolo's personal aide in the game, like Piano in the original manga.
 
   
Alongside Tambourine, Cymbal, and Drum, six other Mutated Namekians are enemies in ''Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden'': '''Harp''' (a blue Tambourine), '''Mandolin ''' (a red Tambourine), '''Bell''' (a teal Cymbal), '''Marimba''' (a dark blue Cymbal), '''Viola''' (a blue Drum), and '''Conga''' (a gray Drum).
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Alongside Tambourine, Cymbal, and Drum, six other Dark Vassals are enemies in ''Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden'': '''Harp''' (a blue Tambourine), '''Mandolin ''' (a red Tambourine), '''Bell''' (a teal Cymbal), '''Marimba''' (a dark blue Cymbal), '''Viola''' (a blue Drum), and '''Conga''' (a gray Drum).
   
[[File:DemonKingPiccoloFirstRampage.png|thumb|left|A Cymbal/Godzilla-type Namek spawn resisting soldiers' gunfire]]
 
 
Tambourine, Drum, and a Ukulele-type Namekian are both enemies and playable characters in ''Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure''. '''Maraca''', a Tambourine-type Namekian without wings, also appears as a regular enemy in this video game. Green, red, black, and white Tambourine monsters appear as regular enemies in a special mission in ''Scouter Battle Taikan Kamehameha''. The [[power level]] given by the [[scouter]] is 1,500 for the green Tambourine monsters, and it is 1,800 for the red, black, and white Tambourine monsters.
 
Tambourine, Drum, and a Ukulele-type Namekian are both enemies and playable characters in ''Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure''. '''Maraca''', a Tambourine-type Namekian without wings, also appears as a regular enemy in this video game. Green, red, black, and white Tambourine monsters appear as regular enemies in a special mission in ''Scouter Battle Taikan Kamehameha''. The [[power level]] given by the [[scouter]] is 1,500 for the green Tambourine monsters, and it is 1,800 for the red, black, and white Tambourine monsters.
   
In ''[[Dragon Ball Online]]'', the Mutated Namekians reemerged because the breeding spot of some of the refugee Namekian's was in close proximity to Demon King Piccolo's throne; [[Poko Priest]]s can [[Birthing an Egg|summon]] Mutated Namekians to do their bidding.
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In the mobile game ''Dragon Ball RPG'', several Tambourine-type Namekians appear named {{Nihongo|'''Castanet'''|カスタネット|Kasutanetto}}, {{Nihongo|'''Harmonica'''|ハモニカ|Hamonika}}, {{Nihongo|'''Electric'''|エレキ|Ereki}} and {{Nihongo|'''Monkey Tambourine'''|モンキータンバリン|Monkī Tanbarin}}.
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In ''[[Dragon Ball Online]]'', the Dark Vassals reemerged because the breeding spot of some of the refugee Namekian's was in close proximity to Demon King Piccolo's throne; [[Poko Priest]]s can [[Birthing an Egg|summon]] Dark Vassals to do their bidding.
   
 
[[Piccolo]] discovered that some of his father's mutant spawns had survived the King Piccolo wars, with some incubating in places like [[Pilaf's Castle]] while others had continued to breed in the wild. Piccolo himself realized that he couldn't deal with the problem on his own and accepted it. Eventually after the Namekians had settled on Earth, at Grand Elder Moori's suggestion, Piccolo and several other Namekians managed to capture these spawns and kept them secure. In the midst of this, some Namekian Dragon Clansmen started to research these spawns and were able to master handling them. This knowledge lead to the birth of [[Poko Priest]] class.
 
[[Piccolo]] discovered that some of his father's mutant spawns had survived the King Piccolo wars, with some incubating in places like [[Pilaf's Castle]] while others had continued to breed in the wild. Piccolo himself realized that he couldn't deal with the problem on his own and accepted it. Eventually after the Namekians had settled on Earth, at Grand Elder Moori's suggestion, Piccolo and several other Namekians managed to capture these spawns and kept them secure. In the midst of this, some Namekian Dragon Clansmen started to research these spawns and were able to master handling them. This knowledge lead to the birth of [[Poko Priest]] class.
   
The fins and horn styles of Tambourine and Drum are available to regular Namekians, and Mutant Namekians summoned include pterodactyls, muscular dinosaurs, Tambourine-like mutants, etc.
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The fins and horn styles of Tambourine and Drum are available to regular Namekians, and Dark Vassals summoned include pterodactyls, muscular dinosaurs, Tambourine-like mutants, etc.
   
In ''[[Dragon Ball Xenoverse]]'', Frieza Race Time Patroller Percel mentions an alternate timeline where King Piccolo [[Namekian Fusion|absorbs]] Kami causing him to become a Super Namek capable of giving birth to more powerful Mutated Namekians strong enough to wage war against the [[Red Ribbon Androids]] and [[Organization of Babidi]] in a three way war that devastates much of Earth. However Percel manages to defeat them and undo the damage to the Earth using the Namekian Dragon Balls.
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In ''[[Dragon Ball Xenoverse]]'', Frieza Race Time Patroller Percel mentions an alternate timeline where King Piccolo [[Namekian Fusion|absorbs]] Kami causing him to become a Super Namek capable of giving birth to more powerful Dark Vassals strong enough to wage war against the [[Red Ribbon Androids]] and [[Organization of Babidi]] in a three way war that devastates much of Earth. However Percel manages to defeat them and undo the damage to the Earth using the Namekian Dragon Balls.
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==''Dragonball Evolution''==
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{{Main|Fu-Lum}}
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[[File:Fullum.jpg|thumb|left|A Fu-Lum from ''Dragonball Evolution'']]
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The Demon Clan Namekians appear in the live-action film ''[[Dragonball Evolution]]'' and it's video game adaptation. In this media they are referred to as '''Fu-Lum''' or '''Regenerators'''.
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
 
{{Scroll box
 
{{Scroll box
 
|content=<gallery widths="120" captionalign="center">
 
|content=<gallery widths="120" captionalign="center">
STKUkulele(DF).png|Ukulele appears in the [[Southern Transformation Kindergarten|Shapeshifting Academy]] in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu''
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DemonKingPiccoloFirstRampage.png|A Godzilla-like Cymbal-type Namek spawn resisting soldiers' gunfire
YukuleleDFEnd.png|Ukulele in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu''
 
BlueUkulele(DF).png|A blue version of Ukulele in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu''
 
 
Organ1(DF).png|Organ in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu''
 
Organ1(DF).png|Organ in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu''
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daimao20.PNG|Banjo appears in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu''
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Banjo.png|Banjo in the Pirate Cave in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu''
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daimao21.PNG|Banjo attacks
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daimao22.PNG|Goku attacks Banjo
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daimao38.PNG|Organ in ''Daimaō Fukkatsu''
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daimao39.PNG|Organ transforms into Drum
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daimao47.PNG|Organ and King Piccolo
 
Conga(DB3).png|Conga in ''Dragon Ball 3''
 
Conga(DB3).png|Conga in ''Dragon Ball 3''
 
GokuVsConga(DB3).png|Goku vs. Conga
 
GokuVsConga(DB3).png|Goku vs. Conga
Ukulele(AA).gif|Ukulele in ''Advanced Adventure''
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BlackRobotGBA.png|Dark Vassals attacked by a [[Battle Jacket]]
Maracaa.gif|Maraca
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Evil mutant namek dbo 5.png|A Dark Vassal who resembles Tambourine in ''Dragon Ball Online''
BlackRobotGBA.png|Mutated Namekians attacked by a [[Battle Jacket]]
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Evil mutant namek dbo 4.png|A Bongo-like Dark Vassal
Evil mutant namek dbo 5.png|A Mutant Namekian who resembles Tambourine in ''Dragon Ball Online''
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Mutant namek dbo 3.png|A Gamelan-like Dark Vassal
Mutant namek dbo.png|A Dragon-like Mutant Namekian created by the Evil Namekians
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Evil mutant namek dbo 2.png|A Gamelan-like Dark Vassal created by the Dark Namekians
Evil mutant namek dbo 3.png|A Dragon-like Mutant Namekian
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EvilNamekMutant1.PNG|A Dark Vassal created by the Dark Namekians
Evil mutant namek dbo 4.png|A Dragon-like Mutant Namekian
 
Evil Mutant Namek DBO.png|A Dragon-like Mutant Namekian
 
Mutant namek dbo 2.png|A Pterodactyl-like Mutant Namekian created by the Evil Namekians
 
Mutant namek dbo 3.png|A Pterodactyl-like Mutant Namekian
 
Evil mutant namek dbo 2.png|A Pterodactyl-like Mutant Namekian created by the Evil Namekians
 
EvilNamekMutant1.PNG|A Mutant Namekian created by the Evil Namekians
 
 
</gallery>
 
</gallery>
 
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[[Category:Nameks]]
 
[[Category:Nameks]]
 
[[Category:Villains]]
 
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[[Category:Mutants]]

Latest revision as of 22:16, January 31, 2020

The Dark Vassals[1] are "Demon Clan" (ぞく Mazoku) Namekian spawns. They are demon[2] Namekians[3] birthed by King Piccolo and later the Dark Namekians. It is said that the evil spirit of King Piccolo warped them into horrible mutants.[citation needed] These creatures are actually the first Namekians to appear,[3] making their first appearance in the chapter "The Death of Kuririn" and the episode "Enter King Piccolo". All of the named Mutated Namekians have names based on musical instruments, just like Piccolo.

BiographyEdit

Dragon BallEdit

King Piccolo WarsEdit

Main article: King Piccolo Wars

PDVD 071

King Piccolo alongside Dark Vassals

Sometime after coming into being, King Piccolo spawned several mutated Namekian children. They all had a similar winged and scaled appearance with various animal-like features. Unlike King Piccolo's spawn in more modern times such as Piano and Drum, these offsprings' names are not revealed in the anime, and they are never heard to speak.

Vlcsnap-2009-11-13-19h07m41s197

Dark Vassals charging Evil Cannons to attack a city

Anybody killed by these Namekians spend eternity in a state of limbo rather than being sent to the typical places in Other World.[4][5] Master Roshi recounts how these creatures rampaged around the world, until they attacked Master Mutaito and his students. In the aftermath, all the creatures are destroyed. Master Roshi and Master Shen, along with a wounded Mutaito, are the only survivors.

Known Dark VassalsEdit

King Piccolo's Demon Clan
  • Organ
  • Banjo
  • Conga
  • Maraca
  • Banjo (バンジョー)[6]
  • Bell (ベル Beru)[7]
  • Viola (ビオラ Biora)[7]
  • Conga (コンガ)[7]
  • Harp (ハープ Haapu)[7]
  • Mandolin (マンドリン Mandorin)[7]
  • Maraca (マラカー Maracaa)[8]
  • Marimba (マリンバ Marinba)[7]
  • Organ (オルガン)[6]
Dark Namekians

Video Game AppearancesEdit

King Piccolo's spawn appear as enemies in the video games Dragon Ball: Daimaō Fukkatsu, Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden, Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure, and Dragon Ball Z: Scouter Battle Taikan Kamehameha - Ora to Omee to Scouter.

Alongside Tambourine, Cymbal, and Drum, three other spawn appear in Daimaō Fukkatsu: Ukulele, Banjo, and Organ. Ukulele is a green gargoyle/platypus-like spawn with pterodactyl features (like Piano). He is the lowest ranking member of the clan; his level varies from 1 to 4. He can either attack with his tail, with a sword, or with the Chou Makouhou. Banjo is a Dark Vassal that looks like a humanoid version of Octopapa. He is first encountered as boss in the Pirate Cave, and later reappears as a regular enemy. Banjo's techniques are the Revolving Attack and the Hasshu-ken. Organ is a pink alien-like spawn and Piccolo's personal aide in the game, like Piano in the original manga. Organ also has the ability to transform into different enemies such as Drum. In the game's story, Organ creates an elixir created from the souls of humans, which restores King Piccolo's power.

Alongside Tambourine, Cymbal, and Drum, six other Dark Vassals are enemies in Dragon Ball 3: Gokuden: Harp (a blue Tambourine), Mandolin (a red Tambourine), Bell (a teal Cymbal), Marimba (a dark blue Cymbal), Viola (a blue Drum), and Conga (a gray Drum).

Tambourine, Drum, and a Ukulele-type Namekian are both enemies and playable characters in Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure. Maraca, a Tambourine-type Namekian without wings, also appears as a regular enemy in this video game. Green, red, black, and white Tambourine monsters appear as regular enemies in a special mission in Scouter Battle Taikan Kamehameha. The power level given by the scouter is 1,500 for the green Tambourine monsters, and it is 1,800 for the red, black, and white Tambourine monsters.

In the mobile game Dragon Ball RPG, several Tambourine-type Namekians appear named Castanet (カスタネット Kasutanetto), Harmonica (ハモニカ Hamonika), Electric (エレキ Ereki) and Monkey Tambourine (モンキータンバリン Monkī Tanbarin).

In Dragon Ball Online, the Dark Vassals reemerged because the breeding spot of some of the refugee Namekian's was in close proximity to Demon King Piccolo's throne; Poko Priests can summon Dark Vassals to do their bidding.

Piccolo discovered that some of his father's mutant spawns had survived the King Piccolo wars, with some incubating in places like Pilaf's Castle while others had continued to breed in the wild. Piccolo himself realized that he couldn't deal with the problem on his own and accepted it. Eventually after the Namekians had settled on Earth, at Grand Elder Moori's suggestion, Piccolo and several other Namekians managed to capture these spawns and kept them secure. In the midst of this, some Namekian Dragon Clansmen started to research these spawns and were able to master handling them. This knowledge lead to the birth of Poko Priest class.

The fins and horn styles of Tambourine and Drum are available to regular Namekians, and Dark Vassals summoned include pterodactyls, muscular dinosaurs, Tambourine-like mutants, etc.

In Dragon Ball Xenoverse, Frieza Race Time Patroller Percel mentions an alternate timeline where King Piccolo absorbs Kami causing him to become a Super Namek capable of giving birth to more powerful Dark Vassals strong enough to wage war against the Red Ribbon Androids and Organization of Babidi in a three way war that devastates much of Earth. However Percel manages to defeat them and undo the damage to the Earth using the Namekian Dragon Balls.

Dragonball EvolutionEdit

Main article: Fu-Lum

Fullum

A Fu-Lum from Dragonball Evolution

The Demon Clan Namekians appear in the live-action film Dragonball Evolution and it's video game adaptation. In this media they are referred to as Fu-Lum or Regenerators.

GalleryEdit

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

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