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Sherman Priest is a villager of Aru Village who suffered from Oolong's early shenanigans.

Biography[]

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Emperor Pilaf Saga[]

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Sherman Priest with his daughter

Sherman Priest has a daughter named Pocawatha that Oolong wanted to kidnap and marry. When Goku came to the village, Sherman thought he was Oolong at first and attacked him. The Priest thanks Goku when he stops Oolong's plan, and takes him away from the village.

Tournament Saga[]

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Sherman Priest at the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament

Sherman can be seen in the audience of the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament along with Grandma Paozu (the Old Lady who gave Goku and Bulma the Six-Star Dragon Ball).

Dragon Ball Z[]

Cell Saga[]

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Pochawatha, Sherman and Grandma Paozu make cameo in Dragon Ball Z

He also appears at the Protective Dome's unveiling with Grandma Paozu and Pocawatha in the Dragon Ball Z filler episode "A Girl Named Lime".

Other Dragon Ball stories[]

Dragon Ball SD[]

In the spin-off manga Dragon Ball SD, he exactly the same role as he does in the original series.

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Live-action Movies[]

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Sherman Priest in Dragon Ball: Fight Son Goku, Win Son Goku

Sherman Priest appears in the Korean live-action film Dragon Ball: Fight Son Goku, Win Son Goku. He plays exactly the same role as he does in the original series.

Video Game Appearances[]

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The man who has Sherman Priest's design in The Legacy of Goku

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Trivia[]

  • Sherman Priest is likely named after the M4 Sherman and M7 Priest tanks used during World War II, as several of the other citizens of Aru Village, namely the three girls Oolong kidnaps, are also named after tanks.[2]
  • Sherman Priest's design would be reused numerous times throughout the anime series such as a spectator at the 21st World Martial Arts Tournament, the headman of Chao's village, the old scientist who was studying the Hikui Birds, and a villager in the crowd at Mr. Bourbon's Protective Dome's unveiling.

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