"Time to seal you in your icy grave!"
A large, pink brute with red hair tied back in a ponytail, Ebifurya can freeze his victims in a huge ball of ice with one blast from his hand.
Ebifurya appears to not have sentience of his own, only doing what his creator orders him to do. If anything, he seems to be ruthless when fighting, determined to succeed in his programming.
Dragon Ball Z
The World's Strongest
Main article: Dragon Ball Z: The World's Strongest
Ebifurya, Misokatsun and Kishime are unleashed to fight Master Roshi in an arena to test Roshi's strength, and easily beat him. Later, Ebifurya, along with Kishime, is faced by Goku in the second level of Wheelo's fortress, where after Kishime stuns Goku, Ebifurya freezes him solid with the Toketsu-ken.
Gohan and Krillin show upon before he can finish Goku off, however, and he freezes them inside balls of ice. As he is gloating, he is shocked as Goku uses his Kaio-ken technique to free himself from the ice. He launches himself at the unprepared Ebifurya and punches him so hard he flew across the room and crashes through the wall, killing the Bio-Warrior instantly.
He is shown to be stronger than Master Roshi when fighting alongside Misokatsun and Kishime and manages to get an advantage against Goku when fighting alongside Kishime though proves to be no match for Goku using Kaioken who kills him with a enhanced punch.
- Statements & Guidebooks
Techniques and Special Abilities
- Flight – Ebifurya is shown to have the ability to fly in Dragon Ball Heroes.
- Ki Blast – The most basic form of energy wave. Used in Dragon Ball Heroes.
- Freezing Fist – Ebifurya's special ability to freeze his victims. The name of this technique was stated by Dr. Kochin.
Video Game Appearances
Ebifurya made his debut in Dragon Ball Heroes.
- Japanese: Ken Yamaguchi (originally), Yasunori Masutani (Dragon Ball Heroes)
- Brazilian Portuguese dub: Wellington Lima
- Greek dub: Panagiotis Tsitsas
- Ebifurya, Misokatsun and Kishime vs. Master Roshi
- Ebifurya and Kishime vs. Goku
- Ebifurya and Kishime vs. Gohan and Krillin
- Ebifurya and Kishime vs. Goku (Kaioken)
- His name is a play on the word Ebi Fry, or "Fried Shrimp" in Japanese.
- He is the only one of the three bio-fighters with a speaking part in the film.