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Hasky's followers (ワル Waru, lit. Bad Guys) are two street thugs that work with Hasky in West City.


One is a human and the other is an anthropomorphic boar.


Dragon Ball[]

Red Ribbon Army Saga[]


Hasky's followers

Hasky's followers are first seen when they come across Goku in a street alley as he searches for Bulma's house. They want to steal his money, but they are easily defeated by Goku. When they meet up with Hasky at their apartment, they begin to search West City for Goku again, which leads them to Dream Land. They first help her by staging a fake kidnapping, with Hasky disguised as a fortuneteller, in order to get Goku's attention so that they can steal his Dragon Balls.

At the Fortuneteller house they hide behind a curtain to turn the power off and switch the Dragon Balls with fake ones, but end up failing when they accidentally fall over. They run out of the house through a window and Goku, Oolong, and Puar chase after them. After running through several rides, Goku and his friends eventually catch, tie them up and return them to the Fortuneteller House. It is likely the two were later given to the police.

King Piccolo Saga[]


Hasky's Followers causing trouble in the West City

The duo appear again fleeing West City.[2] It is possible that they were just reused character designs.

Dragon Ball Z[]

Majin Buu Saga[]

DBZ-205 West City Robbers

Actors in the Great Saiyaman film

They later appear as actors in the Great Saiyaman Film.[3] It is possible that they were just reused character designs.


  • Gun - Used by the human.
  • Knife - Used by the boar.

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Video Game Appearances[]

In Daimaō Fukkatsu, the human appears as a West City citizen.

In Super Gokuden: Totsugeki-Hen, both are enemies.

In Origins, the anthropomorphic boar appears as an enemy in Oolong's mansion and Pilaf's Castle.

In Origins 2, the anthropomorphic boar appears as an enemy in the Red Ribbon Army Headquarters.



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