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Hirudegarn is a fictional character from Dragonball Z.

Hirudegarn possesses enormous strength, as shown when he picked Mystic Gohan up in his hand and almost crushed him to bits. Hirudegarn has the ability to turn into clouds of mist to avoid all attacks from his enemies, and can reappear in a different place to launch a surprise attack. Hirudegarn gets paralyzed when he gets angry, and his tail, although a good weapon, can severely weaken him if cut off. One of Hirudegarn's attacks is to shoot large numbers of fireballs. This attack would have destroyed a building and all the people in it if Vegeta did not use all of his energy to conjure a shield that stopped the attack. Vegeta then passed out from exhaustion.

[edit] Plot Involvement


Hirudegarn is a gigantic monster that terrorized Planet Konats thousands of years ago. Two brave warriors named Tapion and Minosha each sealed half of its body inside themselves. One fateful day they joined back together due to the success of an evil plan by a villain in the final DBZ movie, and Hirudegarn started to wreck havoc everywhere.

Hirudegarn is gigantic in size, larger than most buildings. Hirudegarn has two forms, with the second form being more insect like. His first form was powerful enough to defeat Mystic Gohan easily. He would have killed Mystic Gohan if Vegeta did not arrive in time to save him.

In his even more powerful second form, Hirudegarn was able to mow Super Saiyan 3 Gotenks to the ground, forcing him to split back into Goten and Trunks. He dominated the fight against the rest of the protagonists. Eventually, Hirudegarn was weakened after his tail was cut off by Trunks, and was killed by Goku using the dragon fist technique when Goku figured out his weakness, anger control.

Hirudegarn only appears in the thirteenth Dragonball Z movie: Wrath of the Dragon. He does not appear in Akira Toriyama's original manga, making him a non canon character.

Last edited by Symphonic Abyss on 9 June 2011 at 19:29
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