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[[File:GarlicFortress.png|thumb|220px|Garlic Castle in ''Dead Zone'']]
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{{Location Infobox
'''Garlic Castle''' (ガーリック城, ''Gārikku-jō'')<ref>''Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan''</ref> was once [[Garlic Jr.]]'s main residence. The palace rises to the surface of the [[Red Sea]], south of [[Kame House]].
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|JapName=ガーリック城
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|RomName=''Gārikku-jō''
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|Planet=[[Earth]]
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|Ruler=[[Garlic Jr.]]
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|Neighboring Regions=[[Red Sea]]<br>[[Kame House]]
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{{nihongo|'''Garlic Castle'''|ガーリック城|''Gārikku-jō''}}<ref>''Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan''</ref> was once [[Garlic Jr.]]'s main residence. The palace rises to the surface of the [[Red Sea]], south of [[Kame House]].
   
 
==Overview==
 
==Overview==
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==Video games==
 
==Video games==
Garlic Castle is named in ''[[Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan]]'' where it is the location of the final confrontation with Garlic Jr. and the [[Makyan]]s in the game. It is also a battle stage in ''[[Dragon Ball Heroes]]'', and is named '''Demon Clan's Castle''' (魔族の城 ''Mazoku no Shiro'') in one of the game's 3DS ports, ''[[Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X]]''.
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Garlic Castle is named in ''[[Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan]]'' where it is the location of the final confrontation with Garlic Jr. and the [[Makyan]]s in the game. It is also a battle stage in ''[[Dragon Ball Heroes]]'', and is named {{nihongo|'''Demon Clan's Castle'''|魔族の城|''Mazoku no Shiro''}} in one of the game's 3DS ports, ''[[Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X]]''.
   
 
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==References==
 
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Latest revision as of 00:36, October 17, 2017

Garlic Castle (ガーリック城 Gārikku-jō)[1] was once Garlic Jr.'s main residence. The palace rises to the surface of the Red Sea, south of Kame House.

OverviewEdit

GFortressMainRoom

Throne room

Garlic Castle was first seen in the movie Dragon Ball Z: Dead Zone. Inside the fortress, there is a garden, a fruit tree, a cuckoo clock and a storey with a balcony.

Nicky was in charge of doing baby sitting for Gohan when the child ate a fruit from the fruit tree and became euphoric. Goku fought Ginger and Nicky at the entrance room, while Piccolo fought Sansho on a higher story. Kami fought Garlic Jr. in the garden; it was also in the garden where Garlic Jr. opened the Dead Zone.

The ruined Garlic Castle is later seen in the first episode of the Garlic Jr. Saga, "The Heavens Tremble", when Garlic Jr. escapes from the Dead Zone and comes back to Earth with the Spice Boys.

Video gamesEdit

Garlic Castle is named in Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan where it is the location of the final confrontation with Garlic Jr. and the Makyans in the game. It is also a battle stage in Dragon Ball Heroes, and is named Demon Clan's Castle (魔族の城 Mazoku no Shiro) in one of the game's 3DS ports, Dragon Ball Heroes: Ultimate Mission X.

GalleryEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Dragon Ball Z: Kyōshū! Saiyan

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