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"Yes, by all accounts, I should in fact be dead. Incinerated in the fires of your sun. But fate, it seems, saw fit that I'd have a second chance. And thanks to the power of the Big Gete Star, I have been reborn stronger and sleeker; new and improved, you might say."
— Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler

​​Meta-Coolers (メタルクウラ Metaru Kūra, lit. "Metal Koora") are mass-produced cyborg clones[5] of Cooler created by the Big Gete Star that can be remotely controlled from the planet's core. They are the decoy antagonists of Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler before it is revealed they are clones. Although there are many Meta-Coolers, the term "Meta-Cooler" is often used to refer to the first one encountered by Goku.

The army of Meta-Coolers is referred to as the Meta-Cooler Corps.[6] The exact amount of Meta-Coolers is inconsistent between media; hundreds according to Daizenshuu 6, thousands in the Funimation dub, and 10 billion per one interpretation of the movie's title.

In Super Dragon Ball Heroes, Cooler himself is converted into a Meta-Cooler.


The Meta-Coolers all look identical to their template, Cooler, however, due to being entirely mechanical, their body is completely silver other than their eyes - which are identical to their template's. The silver also has several shades depending on the portion of the body they were located, most being a darker shade, while his face, upper arms, and parts of his waist being of a lighter shade, in reference to the color scheme for his original body. They also lack joints in the area where the legs meet the hips. When Meta-Coolers speaks in certain dubs, he sounds mechanical and robotic. Meta-Cooler bears more resemblance to Frieza’s final form than Cooler himself.


Due to being replications of Cooler, the Meta-Coolers all possess identical personality traits to the original Cooler after he became Meta-Cooler Core. They are also all completely loyal to their template and have a hive mind mentality that seeks to absorb energy to fuel the Big Gete Star. To an extent, it is also implied the Meta-Coolers, or at least the one Goku encountered, shared the same memories as the original Cooler due to his confirming that he should have died in their prior encounter.

"So you are a descendant of my own race... Hmph! You look primitive compared to me. We are no longer related to your kind. We have evolved into an entirely new race. I see nothing but shame and embarrassment when I look at you. However, I will gladly use your energy to fuel my own ascension! If that makes you angry, then you should be angry at your own misfortune for being born into my race!"
— The Meta-Cooler Corps. views on the Frieza Race in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

In Xenoverse 2, the Meta-Cooler Corps. have come to see themselves as having evolved into an entirely new race that they consider to be superior and separate from the rest of the Frieza Race, which they view as primitive and hold nothing more than contempt for and as a potential source of energy to fuel Cooler's and his new race's ascension.[1] Interestingly, this is in sharp contrast to Cooler's original personality before becoming one with the Big Gete Star, as he exemplified a strong sense of pride in his race (which is said to be a common trait among members of the Frieza Race in Xenoverse 2).




One of the Meta-Coolers being created by the Big Gete Star

After Cooler fused with the Big Gete Star, he takes control of the machine and creates two new groups of henchmen: Cyclopian Guards and robotic duplicates of himself called Meta-Coolers. Cooler set a course for New Namek, intent on draining the planet and using the Namekians as fuel for the star. Dende, learning of this horrible news, calls the Dragon Team for help.

Super Dragon Ball Heroes[]

Demon Invader Saga[]

In one particular Space-Time, Meta-Cooler is absorbed by Majin Ozotto.[7][8]

Film Appearances[]

The Return of Cooler[]


A Meta-Cooler looking down at Vegeta

Goku, Gohan, Piccolo, Krillin, Master Roshi, Oolong, and Yajirobe travel to New Namek. Upon arriving, they fight the Cyclopian Guards. Throughout the battle, Goku is distracted by a familiar face; that of Cooler on a metallic body (a Meta-Cooler). Goku battles the Meta-Cooler, but it is apparent that Goku, even in Super Saiyan form, is no match for Cooler's "new metallic form", which gives him the ability to regenerate himself. Meta-Cooler reveals that the Big Gete Star constantly monitors his body and fixes any problems or glitches that may occur (like Cooler's arm getting torn off for example) while also strengthening him in such a way that it can't happen the same way twice. Goku goes in for a final attack, but Meta-Cooler grabs him and starts to strangle him. Vegeta suddenly appears and saves Goku, himself transforming into a Super Saiyan.


Cooler's clones

While Piccolo goes inside the Big Gete Star to save the others who have been taken there by the Cyclopian Guards, he encounters another Meta-Cooler who attacks him with a green ki blast. During this encounter, Piccolo expressed shock at how Meta-Cooler got there as quickly as he did, unaware that the Meta-Cooler Goku and Vegeta were fighting was just one of several. Meanwhile, Goku and Vegeta run into difficulty handling the Meta-Cooler and only by working together in a joint attack, the Meta-Cooler is finally destroyed. However, hundreds (or thousands) of Meta-Coolers then arrive. Goku and Vegeta soon realize they have no chance of beating them all, especially as only a single Meta-Cooler gave them so much trouble. Beaten, they are taken inside the Big Gete Star and meet the true Cooler. The Meta-Coolers end up malfunctioning and self-destructing after Goku and Vegeta used the remainder of their Super Saiyan energies to overload the Big Gete Star and the true Cooler.

Other Dragon Ball stories[]

Shin Budokai - Another Road[]


Future Meta-Coolers appear as minions of Future Cooler in the story mode of Shin Budokai - Another Road. At some point in the past, Future Cooler had managed to acquire the Future Big Gete Star and with it created an army of Future Meta-Coolers to assist him in invading New Namek. When Future Babidi takes control of Future Cooler's mind, turning him into Majin Future Cooler, the Future Meta-Cooler's become minions of Future Babidi. The Future Meta-Coolers raid the Namekian villages to collect the Dragon Balls, but the Z Fighters manage to destroy every single one of them, including their command unit. Eventually, the Z Fighters collect the Dragon Balls and one of their wishes is for the Big Gete Star to be destroyed, the wish is granted, and so no more Meta-Coolers come into existence.

Xenoverse 2[]

"The Big Gete Star enabled me to cheat death! How could this be?!"
— Metal Cooler in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2


Meta-Cooler Corps. invasion of New Namek interrupted by the appearance of the Time Breakers Wormhole in Xenoverse 2

Metal Coolers appears as enemies in the game, having been recruited into the Time Breakers. A horde of Metal Coolers are released through a portal in Age 767 during the Cell Games, and request to join the event, to which Cell gleefully accepts. The Metal Coolers are destroyed by the 2nd Future Warrior, who heads into the portal they came through and arrives on New Namek, where he along with Future Trunks destroys them, ending with Future Trunks destroying the Big Gete Star and thus obliterating every Metal Cooler.

During Frieza's Siege on Conton City in Age 852, the Frieza Force from the Frieza's Spaceship time rift anomaly, deploys several Metal Coolers (presumably under the command of Cooler himself) during Frieza Force's battles with the 2nd Future Warrior and the Time Patrol, however they are once again defeated and the Time Patrol manages to stop the Frieza Force's invasion.

It is also implied in conversations with certain Time Patrollers, that someone is producing Metal Coolers within Conton City with one Time Patroller implying they are meant as a form of security, though finds the idea disturbing. However it would seem that the Time Patrol and some of its instructors employ Metal Coolers for training purposes (similar to its use of Saibaman).

"So, in the face of out race's might, Metal Coolers are no more than mere puppets? Clearly they are not ready for real combat yet if the likes of you can give them such a hard fight. While we're on the topic, have you a desire to metalize yourself, perhaps? I will gladly oblige that request at any time."
Cooler commenting on the Frieza Race Future Warrior's success on defeating his Metal Coolers in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2

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Frieza Race Future Warrior wearing Metal Cooler's Head & Suit in Xenoverse 2

Cooler himself decides to test his Metal Cooler's against the Future Warrior (after they become his student). If the Future Warrior is a member of the Frieza Race, Cooler will realize that his Metal Coolers' aren't ready for real combat yet if the Future Warrior could defeat them and while on the topic, Cooler notes that if the Warrior ever has a desire to metalize themself he will gladly oblige that request. However beyond wearing Metal Cooler's Head & Metal Cooler's Suit accessory and clothing options, the Frieza Race Future Warrior is unable to actually be metalized.

World Mission[]

SDBH World Mission Ch3, Sub Ch4 - "Legendary Super Saiyan Awakened!" Metal Cooler Corps attacks Hero Town (Three-on-Three Team Battle)

The Dragon Ball Heroes, Xeno Goku, & Xeno Vegeta confront Metal Cooler Corps attacking Hero Town in World Mission

In the chapter "Legendary Super Saiyan Awakened!", Xeno Goku, Xeno Vegeta, Great Saiyaman 4, and the rest of the Dragon Ball Heroes team find the game world Metal Cooler Corps attacking Hero Town. Metal Cooler recognizes Xeno Goku & Xeno Vegeta, mistaking them for their game world counterparts.

Great Saiyaman 4 and his teammates fight the Metal Coolers in a three on three team battle with Great Saiyaman 4's deck facing three Metal Coolers while his two allies face off against other Metal Coolers off-screen. After KOing the team of Metal Coolers, the three Dragon Ball Heroes perform a Multiple Kamehameha that annihilates the Metal Cooler Corps.



"That metal freak! I can't even pick myself up and we haven't even put a dent in him!"
Super Saiyan Vegeta fighting a Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler

In terms of raw power, even a single Meta-Cooler is very formidable, with the first one encountered being strong enough to defeat Goku in his Super Saiyan state and requiring the combined efforts of both Super Saiyan Vegeta and Super Saiyan Goku to be destroyed. A Meta-Cooler was also able to overwhelm the Super Namekian Piccolo (who had previously fused with Kami).

The Return of Cooler - Goku battles Meta-Cooler

A Meta-Cooler battles with Goku on New Namek

Cooler's metal body duplicates are incredibly deadly as they have the ability to repair any damage done to them up to a certain point, forcing Goku and Vegeta to blast the Meta-Cooler they were fighting into pieces so small it could not repair itself. These repairs also had a much deadlier side effect. When repairing itself, a Meta-Cooler could also analyze how it was damaged and upgrade himself, accordingly, increasing its armor's capabilities so as to avoid being damaged in the same way. However, there was a limit to this, as the Big Gete Star could not upgrade them to the point where they could survive against the combined attack of the (non-full power) Super Saiyans Goku and Vegeta, due to being unable to create armor that could withstand this. It instead opted to create one thousand Meta-Coolers to resist the Saiyans. All of the Meta-Coolers were destroyed when Super Saiyan Goku and Super Saiyan Vegeta unleashed their full power at the same time, overwhelming the Big Gete Star's capacity with their energy and causing the Meta-Coolers to explode from the energy overload.

Statements by authors and guidebooks

Daizenshuu 7 states that each individual Meta-Cooler possess power rivaling a Super Saiyan (the only Super Saiyans at the time were Goku and Vegeta).

It was stated by Takao Koyama, that when making Dragon Ball movies was that the next movie villain that Goku fought would always have to be at least stronger than the previous villain Goku fought. Thus, Meta-Cooler was stronger than Cooler but weaker than Android 13.

Video Games

In Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2, the Meta-Cooler is implied to have a power level of 10 billion by the title for the story mission, "Revived! A Power Level of 10 Billion" where the Future Warrior is forced to deal with the Meta-Cooler Corps. after they are transported from New Namek to the Cell Games via a wormhole created by Towa. It is unclear if the power level refers to a single Meta-Cooler or is the power level of the entire Meta-Cooler Corps. combined. When Metal Cooler is revived during Frieza's revenge, he is greatly upgraded and then even further enhanced by dark magic - making him much stronger - however he is still defeated by Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta, even after gaining the powerful Supervillain transformation (though he does manage to hold his own for a period of time).


  • Flight – The ability to fly without the use of ki through the use of wings or special mechanisms.
  • Ki Blast – The most basic form of energy wave.
  • Supernova – The user raises his finger and gathers their energy in the form of a giant yellow-orange, sun-like energy sphere. Once it is ready, the user launches the attack against the target. Like the normal Death Ball, it is mostly used to destroy planets, or as a last ditch effort to kill an enemy.
    • Supernova Cooler - The user raises his hand and gathers their energy in the form of a giant yellow-orange, sun-like energy sphere. Once it is ready, the user launches the attack against the target. Like the Death Ball and Supernova, it is mostly used to destroy planets, or as a last-ditch effort to kill an enemy.
    • Metallic Supernova - Meta-Cooler's variant of the Supernova Cooler.
    • Ultranova - Used by Meta-Cooler transformed into Meta-Cooler Core in Dragon Ball Heroes.
    • Golden Supernova - A more powerful version of the Supernova used in Golden Form.
  • 3D Scan Mode – A mode that allows for advanced scanning of enemies.
    • Lock-On Buster – First, the Meta-Cooler uses his 3D Scan Mode to locate his target and lock-onto them, then creates a small amount of sparkling energy in front of his face. Then, he shouts, "I got you!" and fires a fast-moving beam that leaves behind a sparkling trail and creates a huge blinding explosion upon impact.
  • Finger Blitz Barrage – First, the user extends his index finger forward and charges an energy sphere on his fingertip. Then, he fires many small energy spheres that home in on the opponent, inflicting a high amount of damage.

A Meta-Cooler battles with Super Saiyan Goku on New Namek

  • Full-Metal Avalanche – As he says, "You won't win like that!", Meta-Cooler punches the target in the stomach, spins them around with his tail, knees them in the back, and then throws them away, inflicting heavy damage.
  • Spirit Control - An advanced ki manipulation technique that allows its user to achieve a multitude of potent abilities through their ki.
    • Instant Transmission – A technique for traveling long distances instantly. In the Funimation dub, Meta-Cooler claims it to be "one of his favorite moves". Originally, he was surprised Goku knew the technique.
  • Hyper Movement - The user teleports and attacks the opponent from behind, knocking them downward. It can also be used after knocking an opponent away as a follow-up attack. The teleport can also be used to evade and counterattack.
  • Feint Crash - Meta-Cooler teleports suddenly at his opponent's blind spot and knocks them away with a punch, inflicting a great amount of damage.
  • Flash Throw -
  • Blitz Shoot - When Meta-Cooler and the opponent get into a hit struggle, Meta-Cooler knocks the opponent away. Then, he flies toward the opponent and knocks them away with a kick. Lastly, Meta-Cooler flies toward his opponent and knocks them away with a Kiai from his hand, inflicting a great deal of damage.
  • Rebirth – Once Meta-Cooler has been damaged, the Big Gete Star analyzes and repairs the Meta-Cooler unit, regenerating any lost body parts and upgrading them so that their armor will be more durable in order to avoid the same injury twice. However, the Rebirth ability cannot repair a Meta-Cooler that has broken into pieces.
    • Super Regeneration - The ability to regenerate to recover health that is even stronger than normal regeneration. One of Meta-Cooler's Special Moves in Dragon Ball Fusions.
      • Perfect Regeneration- A supportive technique even stronger than Super Regeneration. One of Meta-Cooler's Special Moves in Dragon Ball Fusions.

One of Meta-Cooler's Nest Ice blasts fired at Piccolo

  • Nest Ice – Meta-Cooler charges the attack with a hand backward, and then puts his hand forward as he releases several teal energy beams.
  • Death Wave - One of Frieza's techniques that Meta-Cooler can use in Dragon Ball Z 2 V via being an alternate costume of Frieza's Mecha Frieza form.
  • Core Smash – Used in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2.
  • Machine Rain – Meta-Cooler's Ultimate K.O. in Supersonic Warriors 2.
  • Death Blaster - A smaller variant of the Supernova fired forward from the hand. Used in Supersonic Warriors 2.
  • Death Laser - Individual Meta-Coolers are capable of firing Cooler's Death Beam variant.
  • Clan of Terror (恐怖の一族集結) – An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes that increases his damage dealt by 300, an effect which is increased by any allies with the same ability.
  • Guard Drain (ガードドレイン) – An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes. When a Super Attack is used, 1000 Guard is stolen from the enemy.
  • Iron Stance (鉄壁の構え) - An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes, that increases his Guard by 1000 during Round 3 of the battle.
  • Iron Will (鉄の意志) - An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes as a boss in the Big Gete Star Saga that permanently protects him from Stamina damage.
  • Killer Instinct (するどい殺気) - An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes that prevents the enemy team from increasing their Hero Energy based on their Power Level during Round 1 of the battle.
  • Metal Cooler Core (メタルクウラ・コア) - An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes that increases his team's health by 800, and the Power and Guard of every Meta-Cooler on the team by 800, every time he is attacked.
  • Metal Form (メタル形態) - An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes as a boss in the Big Gete Star Saga that greatly reduces damage and Stamina damage when he wins a Charge Impact while being attacked.
  • Power to Resist (対抗する力) - An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes that increases his Power by 1500, multiplied by the amount of Hero Energy held by the enemy team, at the end of Round 1.
  • Rejuvenation (Team) (ハイテンション(チーム)) - An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes as a boss in the Big Gete Star Saga that fully restores the Stamina of his team at the start of each round.
  • Self-Repair (自己修復機能) - An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes. The first time his team's health drops under 30%, he will restore 3000 Health.
  • Strength Unleashed (発揮する力) - An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes as a boss in the Dark Demon Realm Genesis Saga that permanently increases his Power by 5000 if his team takes less than 2000 damage during Round 1 of the battle.
  • Transmit Battle Data (戦闘データ送信) - An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes. At the end of Round 1 of the battle, his Power will be increased by the total Health of the enemy team.
  • Ultranova S (スーパービッグノヴァS) – An ability used by Meta-Cooler in Dragon Ball Heroes, which summons Meta-Cooler Core from subspace to attack the enemy with an Ultranova and destroys two of the enemy team's Hero Energy.
  • Clone Death Laser (クローンデスレーザー) – An enhanced version of Cooler's Death Laser. Meta-Cooler summons two more Meta-Coolers and they all fire Death Lasers. Used in Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z.
  • Lighting Attack - Meta Cooler's signature attack in Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2.
  • Energy Blade - One of Meta-Cooler's Special Moves in Dragon Ball Fusions.
    • Super Energy Blade - A stronger version of Energy Blade used by Meta-Cooler as one of his Special Moves in Dragon Ball Fusions.
      • Hyper Energy Blade - A version of Energy Blade even stronger than Super Energy Blade used by Meta-Cooler as one of his Special Moves in Dragon Ball Fusions.
  • Death Ball - One of Meta-Cooler's Special Moves in Dragon Ball Fusions.
  • Destructive Ray - Used in Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2.
  • Death Beam - One of Meta-Cooler's Super Skills in Xenoverse 2 and one of his Special Moves in Dragon Ball Fusions.
  • Full Power Energy Wave - One of Meta-Cooler's Ultimate Skills in Xenoverse 2.
  • Full Power Charge - Used in Xenoverse 2.
    • Maximum Charge - A ki charging Super Skill that allows ki the be charged up more quickly than Full Power Charge.
    • Darkness Mixer - Used in Xenoverse 2.
  • Rage Saucer - One of Dark Meta-Cooler's Super Skills in Xenoverse 2.
  • Psychic Move - Used by Meta-Cooler as one of his Evasive Skills when fought in certain Parallel Quests in Xenoverse 2.
  • Afterimage Technique - One of Meta-Cooler's Super Skills in Expert Mission 07: "The Big Gete Star Strikes Back" in Xenoverse 2.
  • Death Meteor - One of Meta-Cooler's Ultimate Skills in Expert Mission 07: "The Big Gete Star Strikes Back" in Xenoverse 2.
  • Gigantic Ki Blast - Used by Meta-Cooler in Expert Mission 07: "The Big Gete Star Strikes Back" in Xenoverse 2.


In Frieza's scenario in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2, a Meta-Cooler alters itself to appear as Fourth Form Cooler, in this state the Meta-Cooler can use Cooler's techniques, including summoning the armored squadron for assistance and transforming into his Fourth Transformation.

Meta-Cooler Core (Battle Form)

In some media Meta-Cooler is able to transform into Meta-Cooler Core's Battle Form.


Meta-Cooler transformation card for Dragon Ball Heroes

In the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game, he appears as Meta-Cooler's strongest form, appearing as "Meta-Cooler" LV. 3, while regular Meta-Cooler appears as LV. 1 and LV. 2. Meta-Cooler is also capable of transforming into Meta-Cooler Core's Battle Form in Dragon Ball Heroes and Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle.

In Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission, this form is called Metal Cooler Core. Metal Cooler can transform into Metal Cooler Core through the CAA Giant Ability Universal Metal Cooler Core which appears as an accessory. By creating a Metal Cooler card via Card Creation, the player can equip said ability to his card either by sticking the Accessory to his card or by equipping it to the card in a custom deck (sticking it on the card allows the player to equip Ultimate Unit and other CAA/TAA accessories via custom deck, though equipping the Giant ability through the custom deck allows it to be equipped without the cost of custom points which are needed to stick accessories on a custom card in Card Creation). The ability can be triggered in battle from R2 (Round 2) and onwards.

Fu-type Meta Cooler Corps.

Rampaging and Golden Meta-Cooler Corps.

When Meta-Cooler takes his Rampaging state, it improves upon his previous level of power and durability against enemy attacks.[9]

In a mission for UVM12, the Meta-Cooler Corps. appeared in the Rampaging state.

Golden Meta-Cooler

Meta-Coolers can take on the Golden Form, becoming Golden Meta-Cooler.

In a mission for UVM12, the Meta-Cooler Corps. appeared in the Golden Form.

Villainous Mode
DBXV2 Metal Cooler Corps Villainous Mode (Revived! A Power Level of 10 Billion - Cutscene 4)

Metal Cooler Corps in Villainous Mode in Xenoverse 2

A state used by several Metal Coolers in Xenoverse 2. In this state, the Metal Coolers are stronger than they were in the history they're from, gaining glowing red eyes and a dark aura.

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Supervillain Metal Cooler

In Xenoverse 2, after being revived alongside Frieza and then upgraded, Metal Cooler shaved off life and underwent the Supervillain transformation, with his new power he became strong enough to hold his own against Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta but was still destroyed by him in the end. In this form, his body color has changed to a shade of white, and his eyes to glow a hot pink color. He also gains a glowing Time Breakers' broken infinity symbol on his forehead, as well as a black and white aura.

Video Game Appearances[]


Meta-Coolers in Dragon Ball Heroes

In Dragon Ball Z 2 V, Frieza in his Cooler costume can transform into a Meta-Cooler via item.

In Budokai 3 and Infinite World, Cooler can transform into the Meta-Cooler form via item.

The Meta-Coolers appear as playable characters in Dragon Ball Heroes, debuting in Mission 5.

In the trailer for Jaaku Mission 2, Meta-Coolers are released from the Big Gete Star at Frieza's order to attack Beat and Note, however, they are destroyed by Super Saiyan 3 Adult Gotenks when he arrives to help the heroes.

A challenge mission involves fighting an army of Rampaging Meta-Coolers created by the Big Gete Star. Some of the Meta-Coolers use the Golden Form.[10]

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Frieza Race Future Warrior wearing Metal Cooler's Head & Tracksuit (Metal Cooler Colors) in Xenoverse 2

In Xenoverse 2, the Future Warrior can unlock random pieces of Tracksuit (Metal Cooler Colors) which is a Tracksuit featuring the metallic color of Metal Cooler that is dropped by Metal Coolers during Frieza's Siege. There is also an accessory called Metal Cooler's Head and Metal Cooler's Suit which are a helmet and suit modeled after Metal Cooler.

In World Mission, Metal Cooler is playable through card creation. A Metal Cooler card can be created once the player has obtained one of the Metal Cooler character stickers (the Metal Cooler 3 sticker becomes available for purchase at the Creation Shop after starting Chapter 3) either through purchase at the Creation Shop or won as random rewards by completing high difficulty story missions.

Voice Actors[]


  • Meta-Cooler vs. Goku (Base/Super Saiyan)
  • Meta-Cooler vs. Goku (Super Saiyan) and Vegeta (Base/Super Saiyan)
  • Meta Cooler vs. Piccolo


  • In some versions of the remastered Funimation release, Meta-Cooler's vocal effect was removed.


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