List of Krillin facts:
Krillin is a fictional character from the Dragon Ball manga and anime series.
His full name is Krillin (クリリン) but his birth name is actually Kuririn (クリリン).
Krillin was created by Akira Toriyama and first appeared in the manga in 1984.
He is a small, bald-headed humanoid with pointed ears.
Krillin is known for his fighting skills, which he developed through intense training and martial arts tournaments.
He is also known for his kind-hearted nature and loyalty to his friends.
Krillin is one of the few characters in the Dragon Ball universe who does not have any special powers or abilities.
He was originally introduced as a rival to Goku, but the two later became close friends.
Krillin has been killed several times throughout the series but has been revived by the Dragon Balls each time.
He was trained by Master Roshi along with Goku and Yamcha.
Krillin has a close relationship with Android 18, who later becomes his wife and the mother of their daughter, Marron.
Krillin’s signature attack is the Destructo Disc, a razor-sharp disk of energy that can cut through almost anything.
He is also skilled in hand-to-hand combat and can fly using his ki energy.
Krillin is often portrayed as the underdog in battles, but he has been known to defeat opponents much stronger than himself.
He has a fear of attractive women, which is often played for comedic effect.
Krillin was once a monk-in-training before he became a martial artist.
He has a lifelong rival in the form of the Saiyan warrior Vegeta.
Krillin has participated in several World Martial Arts Tournaments, but has only won once.
In the Dragon Ball Super anime, Krillin quits fighting due to his fear of death, but later returns to battle after receiving training from Android 18.
Krillin has made appearances in several other Dragon Ball media, including video games, movies, and spin-off manga.
He is a popular character among fans of the series, and is often considered one of the most relatable characters due to his lack of special powers.
Krillin is voiced by Mayumi Tanaka in the Japanese version of the anime.
In the English dub of the anime, he has been voiced by several different actors, including Sonny Strait and Brian Drummond.
Krillin has appeared in crossover games such as Jump Force and the Dragon Ball Z/Sailor Moon crossover video game.
He is one of the few characters in the series who has never transformed into a Super Saiyan.
Krillin’s first on-screen appearance was in the Dragon Ball anime’s second episode, “The Emperor’s Quest.”
He was originally supposed to be a one-off character, but his popularity among fans led to him becoming a recurring character.
Krillin has a large scar on his forehead, which he received during the 22nd World Martial Arts Tournament.
He is often used as a comedic relief character in the series.
Krillin’s birthday is on May 13th.
Krillin’s power level is often depicted as being lower than that of other characters, but he compensates for this with his quick thinking and technique.
He was originally introduced as a student of Master Roshi’s Turtle School.
Krillin is one of the few characters in the series who is entirely human.
He has been depicted with a variety of hairstyles throughout the series, including a buzz cut, a short spiky cut, and a longer, wilder style.
Krillin’s first appearance in the manga was in chapter 25, “The Tenkaichi Tournament Begins!!”
He has a close relationship with Goku’s family, and is often shown babysitting his children.
Krillin is a fan favorite character, and is often cited as one of the most iconic characters in the Dragon Ball franchise.
He has appeared in numerous video games, including Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi and Dragon Ball FighterZ.
Krillin has also made guest appearances in other anime series, such as One Piece and Toriko.
In the Dragon Ball Super manga, Krillin is recruited by the Galactic Patrol to help fight against the evil sorcerer Moro.
Krillin is known for his diminutive stature, standing at only 5’0″ tall.
He has been depicted as having a crush on several female characters throughout the series, including Android 18 and Maron.
Krillin has a close relationship with his daughter Marron, and is often shown doting on her.
His signature outfit consists of a yellow and orange martial arts uniform, with a red and white “Kame” symbol on the front.
Krillin has a habit of cracking jokes and making puns, which is another reason he is often used as comic relief.
In the Dragon Ball Super anime, Krillin becomes a police officer after quitting martial arts.
He has been shown using a variety of weapons throughout the series, including a bo staff and a laser gun.
Krillin has been voiced by various actors in different language dubs, including Jeannie Tirado in the English dub of Dragon Ball Super.
He has been depicted with a variety of hobbies, including cooking and playing video games.
Krillin’s Japanese voice actress, Mayumi Tanaka, has also provided the voice for several other anime characters, including Monkey D. Luffy from One Piece.
He is one of the few characters in the series who has never killed anyone, despite being involved in many battles.
Krillin has been depicted with several scars throughout the series, including a large one on his back that he received during the Saiyan invasion.
He has been depicted with a variety of personalities throughout the series, ranging from shy and reserved to bold and confident.
Krillin has been shown using a variety of energy attacks, including the Solar Flare and the Kamehameha.
He has been depicted with a variety of occupations throughout the series, including a martial artist, a police officer, and a farmer.
Krillin has a close relationship with his best friend Goku, and is often shown supporting him in battles.
He is one of the few characters in the series who has never been possessed or controlled by an outside force.
Krillin has been depicted with a variety of facial hair styles throughout the series, including a mustache and a goatee.
He has been depicted with a variety of power-ups throughout the series, including the potential unlocked by Guru and the power-up granted by the Kaio-Ken technique.
Krillin has been depicted as being very skilled at sensing and reading ki energy.
He is one of the few characters in the series who has been shown to be able to fly without the aid of technology or magic.
Krillin’s training with Master Roshi has involved many unconventional methods, including carrying milk crates and catching fish.
He has been depicted with a variety of fighting styles throughout the series, including boxing and wrestling.
Krillin’s signature move is the Destructo Disc, a razor-sharp energy disk that can cut through almost anything.
He has been depicted with a variety of vehicles throughout the series, including a motorcycle and a flying car.
Krillin has been depicted with a variety of outfits throughout the series, including a suit and tie when he was a police officer.
He has been depicted with a variety of love interests throughout the series, including Android 18 and a girl named Maron.
Krillin’s baldness has been a running joke throughout the series, with other characters making fun of him for it.
He has been depicted with a variety of fears throughout the series, including a fear of ghosts.
Krillin has a close relationship with his teacher, Master Roshi, and is often shown seeking his advice.