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Baby Gamera D7
子ガメラ (ko-gamera)
Name Pun: Gamera, a famous Japanese giant film monster
First Appears: Dragon Ball Chapter 013, “Kame-Sen’nin’s Bashō Fan”
Dragon Ball Episode 008, “Kame-Sen’nin’s Kamehameha”
Notable Skills: Flight
Seiyū: Naoki Tatsuta

Baby Gamera is a really neat mini-version of Gamera, which Kame-Sen’nin uses to travel to Mount Frypan while riding on his back. He can pull his arms and legs into his body and release a fire through the holes, propelling him and his rider through the air while spinning.

Gamera was a popular series produced by Daiei Motion Picture Company in 1965 to rival the success of Toho Studios’ Godzilla. In the films, Gamera was an ancient species of gigantic tusked tortoise who protected and befriended children. Hence in Dragon Ball, Baby Gamera is a mini-version or pun on the original Gamera series.
Buyon D7
ブヨン (buyon)
Name Pun: The Japanese phrase “buyo buyo”, which means “soft and flabby”
First Appears: Dragon Ball Chapter 064, “Floor Five: The Hair-Raising Buyon”
Dragon Ball Episode 040, “Now What, Goku!! The Hair-Raising Buyon”
Notable Skills: Antenna Beam, Stretching Tongue, Tail Attack
Seiyū: Daisuke Matsubara (video games only)

Buyon is the mysterious monster that lives on the fifth floor of Muscle Tower in Jingle Village. His elastic body makes him virtually immune to any of his victum’s attacks. However, Goku realizes his one weakness is the extreme cold, and after freezing him, shatters Buyon into tiny pieces with a single kick.

Giran D7
ギラン (giran)
Name Pun: Sounds like a typical Japanese movie monster name
First Appears: Dragon Ball Chapter 035, “The Competition is Decided!!”
Dragon Ball Episode 021, “Watch Out! Kuririn”
Ht / Wt: 179 cm (5’10”) / 210 kg (463 lb)
Birth Year: Age 717
Notable Skills: Guru-Guru Gum
Seiyū: Banjō Ginga

A contestant in the 21st Tenka’ichi Budōkai, Giran faces off against Goku in the first round. A very strong opponent himself, he throws up the white flag and forfeits after witnessing Goku’s true strength.

Pilaf D7
ピラフ (pirafu)
Name Pun: Pilaf, a Middle Eastern fried rice dish
First Appears: Dragon Ball Chapter 018, “The Dragon Balls Are Stolen!!”
Dragon Ball Episode 001, ” Bulma and Son Goku”
Ht / Wt: ? cm (it’s a sensitive subject) / 32 kg (71 lb)
Birth Year: Age 715
Seiyū: Shigeru Chiba

Pilaf is a greedy, childish, midget-looking monster who shows up from time to time in Dragon Ball and always stirs up trouble of some sort. His goal is to rule the world and he comes close to realizing his dream several times, but his plans are always thwarted by Goku and co.