Puck (パック Pakku) is a supporting character in the movie Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy. He has two phases in the movie, bullying Goku Jr. in the first half and becoming a good friend of him in the second half. He also appears in the spin-off manga Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission.
Dragon Ball GT
Shadow Dragon Saga
Main article: Shadow Dragon Saga A century after Omega Shenron is defeated by Goku, Puck is at the 64th World Martial Arts Tournament cheering for Goku Jr. in the stands along with his great-great-grandmother, Pan.
A Hero's Legacy
Main article: Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy
Puck is first shown in Satan City Primary School playing, for which he is condemned by the teacher. He is shown a few times bullying Goku Jr., the most memorable being the one in which he steals away his Rocket Pen.
Later, Puck's view towards Goku Jr. changes and he accompanies him towards Mount Paozu. On the way, they spend a lot of time discussing about one another and Puck eventually returns the Rocket Pen back to Goku Jr. They both fight against Mamba, a cannibalistic witch, to save themselves. When Goku Jr. was hanging from a single rope due to the hanging bridge's collapse, Puck apparently gives up his own life in an attempt to save Goku Jr.
In the end, both of them meet again, when Puck and Pan fly from a helicopter due to the utter resilience of Goku Jr., who was keen to bring his grandmother and friend back to life.
Other Dragon Ball stories
Dragon Ball Heroes: Victory Mission
Puck appears as NPC in the Story Event based upon A Hero's Legacy. He also appears with Pan at the end of the Shadow Dragon Saga Story Event where it is revealed that Pan was telling Puck the story of Goku's fight with the Shadow Dragons while they are waiting for the World Tournament to begin. Puck is surprised when he realizes she is the Granddaughter of the legendary martial artists Goku and Mr. Satan. Afterwards he watches Goku Jr. fight against Vegeta Jr..
Video Game Appearance
- Japanese: Tōru Furuya
- English dubs:
- Brazilian Portuguese dub: Orlando Viggiani
- Latin American dub: Luis Daniel Ramírez