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Android14
No. 14
14号 Jūyon-Gō
Alias Android No. 14 (人造人間14号, Jinzōningen Jūyon-Gō; FUNimation "Android 14")
Personal Data
Universe 7th Universe Symbol 7th Universe
Galaxy Milky Way, North Galaxies
Race Android
Birthplace Earth
Status Destroyed
Gender Male Icon Male
Voice Actors
English Chris Rager
Japanese Hisao Egawa
Professional Status
Affiliation(s) Red Ribbon Army Symbol Red Ribbon Army
Partner(s) No. 13
No. 15
First Appearance
Movie Debut Movie 10
Game Debut Dragon Ball: Raging Blast 2
Family
Techniques
Tools
Image Gallery

Android No. 14 (人造人間14号, Jinzōningen Jūyon-Gō; FUNimation "Android 14") was an Android created by Doctor Dr. Gero, a scientist in the Red Ribbon Army, and was one of the secondary antagonists of Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Battle!! The Three Great Super Saiyans. Similarly to many Androids before and after, No. 14 was created for the purpose of exacting his revenge on Son Gokū. He met his end in his battle against Trunks.

Background

Personality

No. 14 is extremely stoic and almost completely silent, and has a cold expression which he exudes through to his scowl.

Appearance

He is modeled after a Native American, a heavily built muscular man. Unlike Gero's other androids (who have blue eyes), he has brown eyes. He sports a brown brassard and a belt combination, large brown gloves, a green skirt, and yellow and black boots. His skin tone is shade of silver.

Abilities

He was able to trouble Goku and Trunks in their base forms, but was outmatched by the latter as a Super Saiyan (though not before laying some damage).

Ki Usage

Biography

Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Battle!! The Three Great Super Saiyans

Trivia

  • Lacking any defining personality characteristics in the original Japanese, No. 14 was given a "strong and silent type" demeanor in the FUNimation dub, speaking rarely but more often than in the Japanese version.
  • In Chapter 350, No. 18 states that Gero disposed of all the Androids he created up through No. 15.

Quotes

  • "Son Gokū."

References