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Narrator: Far away, in an enchanted land that seemed untouched by the steady march of time, there lived an old master named Gohan who found a baby boy in the wilderness.
Goku doing his morning chores The story begins on Mount Paozu, with a young boy that has a monkey tail named, Goku.
Giant Fish goes after Goku's Tail One day after finishing chopping up wood, Goku comes inside to see his Dragon Ball glowing, thinking it is his grandpa talking to him. Goku and Bulma first meet On his way home dragging the fish, he gets run over by a teenage girl named, Bulma, in her car. Emperor Pilaf finds his first Dragon Ball Goku has always been told by his grandfather to be nice to girls, so he escorts Bulma to his home for dinner.
Bulma explaining the Dragon Balls to Goku Elsewhere, two strange figures named, Shu and Mai, who are headed by a small blue entity named, Emperor Pilaf, find a Dragon Ball in a dungeon seeking it to rule the world.
Back at Goku's House, Goku agrees to accompany Bulma on her journey to collect the Dragon Balls. Bulma pees herself Goku falls safely to the ground and uses his Power Pole to pin Bulma to a cliff.
When Goku punches the tree stump all the wood fell neatly in a stack but in the manga they all scattered on the floor and Goku is shown picking the pieces up. When Goku is looking for something to eat he finds an apple and takes a bite of it and throws it on a Sabertooth Tiger's head.
Bulma's Panties in this episode are white with pink polka dots, but in the manga version they are just plain white. When Goku defeats the Pterodactyl it falls down a cliff but in the manga it just falls on flat ground.
Emperor Pilaf and his minions make an early debut when he finds a Dragon Ball and Mai explains to him the legend of the Dragon. In the Ocean Group dub, footage from "The Nimbus Cloud of Roshi", "The Ox King on Fire Mountain" and the movie Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies is seen in a brief day dream segment when Bulma is explaining to Goku what the journey will be like. In the Ocean Group dub Goku is wearing underwear in the scene where he skinny dips to catch a fish. The part where Goku lifts Bulma's skirt up to see if she has a tail is still present in the Ocean Group Dub but her panties are oddly repainted pink to match her skirt.
In the Ocean Group Dub, scenes from the episode "A Wish to the Eternal Dragon" are seen while Mai is explaining the Legend of the Dragon. The scene where Bulma lifts up her skirt and offers to let Goku touch her butt if he gives her the Dragon Ball was completely removed in the Ocean Group dub. In the Ocean Group Dub Grandpa Gohan's voice is heard saying the last things he said before he died in the scene at the beginning showing the landscape. The Four Star Dragon Ball When Goku talks to himself on his way to the lake he originally talks about what he wants to eat while in the Ocean Group Dub he already knows he wants a fish (he told the 4-star ball) and asks himself where the "River Trail" was. The Giant Fish Goku catches talks in the Japanese version but doesn't talk in the English dubs.
Certain suggestive dialogue between Goku and Bulma is replaced with other bickering in the Ocean Group dub. Bulma apparently already knows Emperor Pilaf is after the seven dragon balls in the Ocean Group Dub because she says she needs to get them before that crazy emperor does. Goku originally assumes that Bulma's two Dragon Balls are two "Grandpa's", while in the Ocean Dub he says that she must have gotten them from her grandfather. When Goku throws his Power Pole at Bulma, it is shown flying towards under her skirt while high up in the air nowhere near a cliff but she is shown pinned to the cliff wall by her sleeves. Goku never eats the Giant Fish as the subject was changed to his Grandpa's Dragon Ball the second they get to his house.
This episode is technically the debut of Shenron since his image is shown but he does not physically debut until "The Penalty is Pinball". The scene of Goku doing martial arts stances while the narrator talks is shown playing on the television in Bulma's Capsule House in a scene in the 1990 Live Action Korean Dragon Ball film. One day after finishing chopping up wood, Goku came inside to see his Dragon Ball glowing, thinking it is his grandpa talking to him.
On his way home, dragging the fish, he gets run over by a teenage girl named Bulma in her car.
Elsewhere, two strange figures named Shu and Mai, who are headed by a small blue entity named Emperor Pilaf, find a Dragon Ball in a dungeon seeking it to rule the world. Bulma's panties in this episode are white with pink polka dots, but in the manga version they are just plain white.
In the BLT dub, footage from "The Nimbus Cloud of Roshi", "The Ox King on Fire Mountain" and the movie Dragon Ball: Curse of the Blood Rubies is seen in a brief day dream segment when Bulma is explaining to Goku what the journey will be like. In the BLT dub, Goku is wearing underwear in the scene where he skinny dips to catch a fish. The part where Goku lifts Bulma's skirt up to see if she has a tail is still present in the BLT Dub but her panties are oddly repainted pink to match her skirt. In the BLT Dub, scenes from the episode "A Wish to the Eternal Dragon" are seen while Mai is explaining the legend of the Dragon.
The scene where Bulma lifts up her skirt and offers to let Goku touch her butt if he gives her the Dragon Ball was completely removed in the BLT dub. In the BLT Dub, in the scene at the beginning of the episode showing the landscape, Grandpa Gohan's voice is heard saying the last things he had said before he died. When Goku talks to himself on his way to the lake he originally talks about what he wants to eat, while in the BLT Dub he already knows he wants a fish (he told the 4-star ball) and asks himself where the "River Trail" was. The Giant Fish Goku catches talks in the Japanese version but does not talk in the English dubs. Certain suggestive dialogue between Goku and Bulma is replaced with other bickering in the BLT dub.
Bulma apparently already knows Emperor Pilaf is after the seven Dragon Balls in the BLT Dub because she says she needs to get them before that "crazy emperor" does. Goku originally assumes that Bulma's two Dragon Balls are two "Grandpa's", while in the BLT Dub he says that she must have gotten them from her grandfather.
When Goku throws his Power Pole at Bulma, it is shown flying towards her skirt nowhere near a cliff while high up in the air, but she is soon shown pinned to the cliff wall by her sleeves.
Goku's ordeal with the Sabertooth Tiger is repeated in the first episode of Dragon Ball Z with Gohan. This episode is technically the debut of Shenron, since his image is shown, but he does not physically debut until "The Penalty is Pinball".
Although Goku's character design was based on "Journey of the West" the beginning of the episode shows some close similarities between him and another character from Japanese lore, Kintaro. This is the first appearance of Goku's original outfit, which will be Goku's main outfit until his transformation into a Great Ape in "A Wish to the Eternal Dragon".
Captain Ginyu (????) is the leading member of an elite mercenary platoon, the eponymous Ginyu Force. Captain Ginyu is shown to care deeply about his teammates, becoming incredibly furious when learning from Jeice that his three other subordinates were defeated and killed. Like the other members of the Ginyu Force, Ginyu's special powers originated during his childhood.
Captain Ginyu and his comrades are commissioned after Frieza learns that Vegeta is searching for the seven Dragon Balls on Namek, and that the Saiyan's Power Level is growing rapidly, quickly surpassing Frieza's personal henchmen, Dodoria and Zarbon. Captain Ginyu transfers the Dragon Balls back to Frieza, using his telekinetic powers to levitate the Dragon Balls, but the two almost instantly discover that they can not activate the artifacts to summon the Eternal Dragon.
While guarding the Dragon Balls, Captain Ginyu is joined by one of his subordinates, a delirious Jeice, who confirms that a powerful warrior has arrived on Namek, and their comrades, Recoome, Burter and Guldo, have been brutally killed. Upon convening with Goku, Captain Ginyu determines that the Saiyan is capable of masking his true power level (as Ginyu is the only member of the Ginyu Force able to do so), speculating his true strength to be somewhere around 60,000 (in contrast to what has appeared on the Ginyu Force's scouters as a mere 5,000). Captain Ginyu realizes Goku is not using his full power in their fight, and requests Goku to reveal his full power, which he does, shocking Ginyu and Jeice, as Goku's power was 180,000, while Ginyu's was 120,000. With this, he is promptly forced into a losing battle against Gohan and Krillin while Vegeta battles Jeice. After a wish made to Porunga, the Eternal Dragon of Namek, Ginyu is later transported to Earth with all living beings on Namek except Goku and Frieza.


Ginyu makes infrequent appearances in later episodes as a frog, such as outside Goku's house during Gohan's 11th birthday[7].
Ginyu appears later when he is picked up by a Great Saiyaman-disguised Gohan, after an attempt by Sharpner to unmask him.[8] Ginyu is ultimately killed when Kid Buu destroys the Earth. Ginyu, first seen as a frog, sees Sorbet and Tagoma put Frieza's body parts into their containment.
When Tagoma lies on the ground after having been hit by Gotenks, Ginyu appears and changes bodies with Tagoma by tricking him into reading the word "Change" that he wrote in the dirt in a foreign language. In response to Ginyu overwhelming them, Ginyu is challenged by Gohan in a one on one fight, but he later transforms because he proved no match for him due to not training. After Goku and Vegeta arrive, Ginyu joins in the discussion, stating his contempt for Goku and Vegeta having trapped him in a frog's body. Captain Ginyu is shown again in the Super 17 Saga of Dragon Ball GT, but he is defeated again and sent back to Hell.
During his battle with Goku, Frieza stated that he did not think anyone in the universe had surpassed Ginyu.[9] Jeice states that Captain Ginyu's maximum power level is 120,000. In the Resurrection ‘F’ Saga, after taking over Tagoma's body during Frieza's revenge, Ginyu gains access to all of the power of Tagoma and then powers up further to bring out Tagoma's full power, but he isn't used to his power from the start.
Ginyu Strike – Ginyu punches the opponent up in the air, and then he punches him more in mid-air and elbows him down again. Ginyu Storm – A team attack that is Captain Ginyu's Ultimate Attack in Supersonic Warriors 2. Triple Milky Cannon – A variation of the Milky Cannon that is Captain Ginyu's ultimate attack in Dragon Ball Z: Burst Limit.
Dynamite Pressure – A variation of the Milky Cannon used by Ginyu while he is in Goku's body. Ginyu Smash – Ginyu created an energy sphere in front of him from his two hands joined together, then he slams the sphere with his open hands or a kick, hurling the it towards the opponent. Ginyu Fighting Pose: Heart – One of Ginyu's fighting poses, named in the Raging Blast series.
Ginyu Fighting Pose: Technique – One of Ginyu's fighting poses named in the Raging Blast series.
Revival Special Fighting Pose – A special fighting pose created by Ginyu to commemorate his revival, used in Tagoma's body while talking to Frieza.
Kamehameha – Used by Ginyu (in Goku's body) to defeat Goku (in Vegeta's body) in Dragon Ball: Xenoverse. Namekian Frogs – Mega Ginyu Frog can summon other types of Namekian Frogs to aid him in battle in Dragon Ball Online.
This form of Ginyu is playable in several video games and is called Captain Ginyu Transformed in the Dragon Ball Z Collectible Card Game. When trying to steal Vegeta's body during the battle on Namek, Goku throws a Namekian Frog in the way, causing Ginyu to become trapped in its body.
This sixteen-year-old girl named Bulma has  blue hair and is wearing a shirt that says "Bulma." She grabs a device from her pocket. He was found by a martial artist named Gohan, and was adopted by him as his grandson, who Gohan trained to be a powerful fighter. On his way to find something to eat, he ends up angering a Sabretooth Cat and outruns it off a cliff and into a river losing it. Goku has never seen a car before and attacks, thinking that it is a monster, he picks up the car and throws it into the distance. Finally reaching there, Bulma sees an item that she has been desperately seeking, which is his Dragon Ball. Pilaf becomes enraged when Mai tells him that he needs to collect all seven of them to summon the Dragon. The Tiger chases Goku down a cliff which then, Goku gets the idea of catching a Giant Fish for dinner. Pilaf and his minions don't debut in the manga until Goku got to Pilaf's Castle which isn't until "The Dragon Balls are Stolen".
This is the only time Grandpa Gohan is heard in the Ocean Group Dub because it was canceled way before they got to the episode he debuts in. This is also a bad plothole created due to the fact the he just got his dragon ball while Goku and Bulma were still talking. On his way to find something to eat, he ends up angering a Sabretooth Cat and outruns it off a cliff and into a river, losing it.
Goku has never seen a car before and attacks, thinking that it is a monster; he picks up the car and throws it into the distance. Pilaf becomes enraged when Mai tells him that he needs to collect all seven of them to summon the eternal dragon, Shenron. The Tiger chases Goku down a cliff, and then Goku gets the idea of catching a Giant Fish for dinner. This is the only time Grandpa Gohan is heard in the BLT Dub, because it was canceled way before they got to the episode he debuts in. This is also a bad plot hole in the story due to the fact the he just got his Dragon Ball while Goku and Bulma were still talking. However, he also can be quite harsh to his team members if they fail a mission, as shown when he harshly scolds Jeice for letting Burter and Recoome lose to Goku and running away from the fight. When Ginyu first learned of his Body Change ability, he swapped bodies with the richest kid in his class, which made him popular with girls but also stupid, and he soon realized that men should compete in terms of strength rather than money.[3] Only a few people have seen Ginyu's true form, and Salza is among them.
The force spends five days traveling the stars en route to Namek, and upon reaching the planet, Frieza dispatches the team to capture Vegeta, kill his two companions (Krillin and Gohan), and recover the Dragon Balls which have since been stolen by Vegeta.
Remembering one of his previous Namekian victims whose last words told of how Frieza could never make a wish even with the seven Dragon Balls gathered, Frieza deduces that there must be a secret Namekian language custom used to activate them. Captain Ginyu scolds Jeice for running away from the battle, and advises against Jeice's proposal to warn Frieza, as he does not want this to compromise his reputation. The commander's first advance on Goku is only amplified when Vegeta escapes the scene in flight, in spite of the alliance he and Goku had formed specially for the encounter. However, midway through the battle, he begins to learn how to draw out Goku's full power and begins to fight back and win against Gohan and Krillin, even when Goku (having also learnt how to utilize Ginyu's body's power) tries to come to their assistance, Ginyu easily defeats all three of them.
Though Vegeta has the opportunity to finish the captain off after Ginyu switches bodies with the frog, Vegeta opts not to kill him so as not to get "toad guts" all over his "nice clean boots" (in the manga and Kai, Vegeta lets him live after Goku mentions that he is no longer a threat, and states that the life he has ahead of him is torture enough). Afterwards, Ginyu goes on to live among the frogs surrounding Capsule Corporation, apparently becoming the ruler of the pond. However, he is revived alongside the Earth and its citizens later but is still trapped in his Namekian frog body.
Several months later, at the start of Frieza's revenge, Ginyu sneaks into Jaco's ship so that he can fly to the battlefield. Ginyu—now with the body of Tagoma—has a brief discussion with Frieza explaining how he's still alive and has always been faithful to the belief that one day he would fight for Frieza once more despite his hardships as a frog.
As a Super Saiyan, Gohan manages to easily defeat Ginyu in a two blows, but spares him, saying there is no point in continuing the fight. Almost immediately after, Vegeta kills Ginyu with a ki blast, noting that he could interfere with their upcoming fight with Frieza.
When Ginyu eventually takes over Goku's body, the Time Patrol fights him in order to stop him from getting to close to a brainwashing machine. By comparison, the rest of the Ginyu Force members, who were the strongest fighters in the galaxy other than Frieza, were stated to be between 40,000 and 60,000. Ginyu is able to decimate the Z Fighters, even Piccolo and Gohan, who he calls a disappointment. In addition to the regular Milky Cannon, Ginyu uses a variation called Painful Awakening in the Butoden series.
In the Budokai series, Ginyu kicks the opponent up in the air, then he punches and kicks them down again, and finally Ginyu kicks his opponent in the back when he is down. This fighting pose is also one of Ginyu's Blast 1 in the Budokai Tenkaichi series, renamed SP Fighting Pose 5. In Supersonic Warriors 2, this pose is named Special Pose and lowers the energy of Ginyu's opponent by 25%.


It starts with the Special Fighting Pose 2 and is finished with the Special Fighting Pose 1. Thanks to this he became practically impervious to attacks from people of the same power level as him or lower. He does have some differences from the usual Goku in this state, such as more menacing eyes and a green scouter. Goku is now on his own, after his grandfather's death and now guards his Dragon Ball that was given to him just before Gohan died.
In defense, Bulma takes out a gun and fires at Goku, but due to being so powerful, the bullets only sting him.
In the manga Goku does not encounter the tiger and peacefully walks by a cliff and voluntarily jumps off to go catch a fish.
Strangely the fight between Goku and King Gurumes from Curse of the Blood Rubies is used, even though it does not occur in the television series. Goku is now on his own, after his grandfather's death, and now guards his Dragon Ball that was given to him just before Gohan died. In the manga, Goku does not encounter the tiger and peacefully walks by a cliff and voluntarily jumps off to go catch a fish. Ginyu is one of the few men who pure-heartedly reveres Frieza,[2] and so he is shown to be very loyal to Frieza, and follows any order Frieza gives him.
Efficient as they are, the Ginyu Force do not take long to track down their targets and locate all seven Dragon Balls, with the rest of his team showing off their special talents, such as Burter's tremendous speed and Guldo's time freezing.
The tyrant uses his scouter to investigate the vicinity for Nameks, finding three of them in an area that his forces left untouched (Nail, Guru and Dende). Ginyu decides to confront this new fighter called Goku himself, leaving his subordinates in the care of the Dragon Balls (in the manga, Jeice is left to hide the balls, while in the anime, they are left to be buried by Frieza's low-class soldiers). It is not until Vegeta, having finished off Jeice, appears and pummels Ginyu with his new maximum power that they survive.
He also ends up living in the greenhouse of Bulma's home.[6] It is never revealed what becomes of the frog whose soul is within Ginyu's shell, save for one scene where he hops around the Earth forest where Porunga evacuates the people of Namek to Earth. After many of Frieza's soldiers are defeated and Tagoma is about to engage the Z Fighters in battle, Ginyu climbs out of Jaco's ship. After doing his new pose to commemorate his revival he attacks the Z Fighters on Frieza's orders, decimating them in combat.
Frieza then steps in and exclaims that he will finish Gohan off in Ginyu's place, blasting him with a barrage of Death Beams. After beating Ginyu, when the Hero changes his mind and disagrees to leadership of the force, Ginyu gives the Hero his first Dragon Ball to summon Ultimate Shenron. Later, back in his original body, Ginyu attempts to take Vegeta's body, but Goku saves Vegeta by throwing a Namekian Frog between Ginyu and Vegeta, giving Ginyu the frog's body.
However, Ginyu is completely outclassed by Gohan when he transforms into a Super Saiyan and is defeated in two hits.
He remains in this body for years, until Frieza's revival and return to Earth, at which point he takes advantage of the situation at hand and switches bodies with Tagoma. Goku then starts to charge at her, but stops when she reveals herself to be a human girl, not a monster.
Bulma shows Goku her two Dragon Balls, that she has and tells him that there are seven Dragon Balls total, and they are spread all around the world. Bulma shows Goku her two Dragon Balls that she has, and tells him that there are seven Dragon Balls in total, and they are spread all around the world. His loyalty to Frieza appears to be so extreme that even after he has swapped bodies with a Namekian Frog, he tries to sneak a Namekian Dragon Ball away from Gohan to make sure that they do not use the Dragon Balls before Frieza can (or it may simply have been as revenge for such a humiliating defeat), and during his long tenure as a frog he endured the hardships without giving up hope due to his belief that one day he would be able to one day serve Frieza again. Initially, Captain Ginyu intends to slay Vegeta by himself, but when his subordinates complain that they have not had the opportunity to fight, Ginyu concedes, allowing them to deal with Vegeta and the others while he returns the Dragon Balls to Frieza's spaceship. Captain Ginyu volunteers to force the secret out of them, but Frieza declines in favor of handling the task himself. Goku and Ginyu continue to do battle, with Ginyu eventually realizing his shortcomings against the Saiyan from Earth. The body change is a success, but Captain Ginyu fails to make the most of Goku's shell's power level of 180,000, stopping short at just 23,000. After realizing that the frog understands human dialect, Bulma creates a device to translate his croaking into speech, which Ginyu in turn uses to betray Bulma with his regained ability to pronounce the Body Change technique.
While Frieza is attacking Gohan, Ginyu holds off the other Z Fighters who tried to help him against the tyrant.
Towa appears and, disappointed at not being able to take over Goku, transforms Frog Ginyu into Mega Ginyu Frog, giving him red eyes, a Time Breaker gem, and extra power and size (being the largest of the brainwashed Galactic Frieza Army soldiers). When Ginyu trades bodies with Goku, his power level decreases to 23,000 (as well as decreasing even further, according to Jeice's reading on his scouter in the English dub), as he could not unlock Goku's power.
However, despite his flaws, Ginyu has displayed a strong sense of honor in combat and prefers fairness in his battles, as shown when he refused to break Goku's neck due to Jeice interfering in their fight, and even threatening to kill Jeice if he did it again. Seizing Bulma's body, Ginyu uses Bulma's air-ski to visit the site of Frieza and Goku's showdown, also attended by Piccolo, Krillin and Gohan; Bulma takes hold of the air-ski, and despite Ginyu's attempt to lose the frog, Bulma is able to reach her oblivious friends. In Bulma's case, her wish is to have a perfect boyfriend, but Goku stubbornly refuses to give all that is left of his grandfather.
Goku takes note of this and insinuates that Ginyu may not be all bad and even capable of redemption. However, he disproved this as no Saiyan he ever encountered or heard about was as sympathetic as Goku. The second time, the further injured Goku successfully tosses a Namekian Frog within the trajectory of the Body Change's energy wave, thus rendering Captain Ginyu's soul trapped within the shell of the frog.
Captain Ginyu attempted to pose as Bulma and watch the fight between Goku and Frieza, although he lets slip about his true identity when he blurted out cheers directed towards Frieza. Even though he is still defeated by the Time Patrol, Towa finds him to be a success (compared to her other experiments). Goku eventually suspects the monster's intention, and comes to the rescue, taking the motorcycle's reins and driving off a ramp into the air.
Goku eventually suspects the monster's true intentions, and comes to the rescue, taking the motorcycle's reins and driving off a hill into the air.
As Ginyu and Goku continue their battle, both Ginyu and Goku manage to trick each other, using certain tricks and stealth attacks to land hits, as they seem evenly matched. Sensing that he ended up exposing himself, Ginyu wages an attack on the trio, before deciding to switch bodies with the most powerful of the three, Piccolo.
He then takes out his Power Pole, that he carries behind his back, and orders it to extend, smashing the pterodactyl and sending it falling dead to the ground below. He then takes out his Power Pole that he carries behind his back, and orders it to extend, defeating the pterodactyl and sending it falling to the ground below. Despite managing to capture Goku in a full nelson, Ginyu releases him upon deducing that he was only able to take hold of Goku as a result of Jeice's interference, blasting Goku with a beam, which distracted him.
Likewise, Ginyu's original body is inhabited by the Frog's soul, and in a similar manner, can only speak in croaks.
Gohan comes to realize that the frog is in actuality Bulma, which leads him to throw Bulma in the path of the wave, reverting Ginyu to the shell of a frog once again, and restoring Bulma to her human body. For this, he admonishes Jeice, even threatening to kill him if he intrudes on the conflict once more.
Bulma and Ginyu are then blown away by the force of one of the blasts from Goku and Frieza's fight.
Ginyu is eventually used to scout out to see where they are by Bulma, who is still sore about Ginyu's earlier betrayal. By the time Ginyu reports back to Bulma, she notices the immense aura overtaking an island in the vicinity: The same island Frieza, Goku, and Gohan are on as Goku transforms into a Super Saiyan.



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