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|“||I remember and you were a loud mouthed bully. He always picked on me and stole my lunch money because I was smaller than him. It's just like in the old days the swine still hides behind someone when ever he's afraid.||„|
|~ Puar remembers Oolong|
Puar is a shapeshifting animal that is Yamcha's life long best friend. Puar's name is a pun on Pu-erh tea.
He is voiced by Naoko Watanabe in the Japanese version of the anime, and by Cheryl Chase, Jodi Forrest, Kathy Morse, Brina Palencia, Dave Bridges, Chris Simms, Monika Antonelli, and Cathy Weseluck in the English version of the anime.
Puar has an unwaveringly loyalty to Yamcha and carries his orders without question. He also cares for Yamcha's well being, which became evident after the latter dies by the Saiyans.
Powers and Abilities
Puar is a skilled shape-shifter, as displayed throughout the series. Although not a skilled fighter like his best friend Yamcha, Puar (as a young woman) was shown sending Master Roshi flying into a window, due to fighting off the latter's perverted antics during the Universal Survival Arc.
Puar also has the ability to levitate, as he is always airborne while moving around, in the anime's version of the Battle of Gods Saga, Puar was seen flying alongside Yamcha to Bulma's birthday party.
Dragon Ball Z
Dragon Ball Super
Dragon Ball GT
- Puar's gender varies in some dubs, as the character is voice by female voice actors and is referred to as female in some Saban's edited English version of Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, as well as FUNimations Entertainment's Dragon Ball website.
- Although Akira Toriyama himself had always thought of the character as male while writing the manga.