"I wish you baboons could read minds so you could have heard the thoughts of my troops as you slaughtered them!"
Dragon Ball Z
Bardock - The Father of Goku
After all the other members of his species are killed by Bardock's crew, Toolo emerges from the rubble, runs towards Bardock, and hits him on the back on the head, cursing Bardock with the ability to see into the future. Toolo is soon tackled by Shugesh and then shot with Tora's Flame Ballet. Before dying, Toolo tells Bardock that he will now see the horror of his end just as the Kanassans had to, while laughing maniacally. Angered at the alien, Bardock kills him with another blast. Toolo's voice still continues to haunt Bardock until the events of Dragon Ball: Episode of Bardock, which occur when Frieza blows up Planet Vegeta.
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According to Dragon Ball Carddass, Toolo's power level is 1,100.
Techniques and Special Abilities
- Divination – A psychic ability that gives Toolo the gift of foresight.
- Future Punch – A secret Kanassian technique. Before his death, Toolo uses this technique to grant the divination ability to Bardock as a form of retribution for the misdeeds of Bardock and the Saiyan race in general.
- Energy Transmutation - An ability that allows the user to transform an opponent's destructive attack into a more tolerable energy. Toolo uses this after being hit by Tora's Flame Ballet and set on fire to convert the ki/fire into a more tolerable energy, allowing him to initially survive and continue to speak to Bardock before being finished off.
- Japanese: Banjō Ginga
- Latin American Spanish dub: Enrique Cervantes
- Spanish dub: Idilio Cardoso
- German dub: Uli Krohm
- Hebrew dub: Efron Atkin
- Italian dubs: Pasquale Anselmo (original dub), Patrizio Prata (2003 redub)
- Toolo, Kanassan Commander, Demetrious, Toolo, and Kanassan warriors vs. Bardock (Great Ape), Tora (Great Ape), Fasha (Great Ape), Borgos (Great Ape), and Shugesh (Great Ape)
- Toolo vs. Bardock, Shugesh, and Tora
- His name is based on "Toro", a used for Japanese food Sushi, it means a part of tuna.
- In Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’, an unnamed Kanassan survivor appears as a member of the Frieza Force, thus Toolo is actually not the last surviving Kanassan.