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Dragon Ball Z Fighters
Fighter ID:
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Alignment
Red Ribbon Army
Date of death
May 12, 767 A.D.
Eye Color
Pale Blue
Hair Color
White
Occupation
Mad Scientist
Species
Android

Games
DragonBall Z: Super Butōden
Super NES
Dragon Ball Z 2
Arcade
Dragon Ball Z: Idainaru Dragon Ball Densetsu / Dragon Ball Z Legends, Dragon Ball Z The Legend
Playstation
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 2 / Dragon Ball Z 2, Dragon Ball Z 2V (Limited Edition version)
Playstation 2
Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors / Dragon Ball Z: Bukū Tōgeki (JPN)
Game Boy Advance
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 / Dragon Ball Z 3
Playstation 2
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi / Dragon Ball Z: Sparking! (JPN)
Playstation 2
Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2 / Dragon Ball Z: Bukū Ressen (JPN)
Nintendo DS
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 / Dragon Ball Z: Sparking! NEO (JPN)
Playstation 2
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3 / Dragon Ball Z: Sparking! METEOR (JPN)
Playstation 2
Dragon Ball Z: Infinite World
Playstation 2
Dragon Ball Raging Blast
Xbox 360
Dragon Ball Z: Tenkaichi Tag Team / Dragon Ball Tag VS
Playstation Portable
Dragon Ball Raging Blast 2
Playstation 3
Dragon Ball Kai: Ultimate Butōden
Nintendo DS
Dragon Ball: Zenkai Battle Royale / Dragon Ball: Zenkai (title update)
Arcade
Upgrade character released via operator download at a later date.
Dragon Ball Z: Ultimate Tenkaichi / Dragon Ball Game Project Age 2011 (preliminary title), Dragon Ball: Ultimate Blast (JPN)
Xbox 360
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Z
PlayStation Vita
Dragon Ball Z: Extreme Butoden
Nintendo 3DS

Storyline
Background
Pre History
A brilliant scientist under the employ of the Red Ribbon Army, Dr. Gero was in charge of the army's automaton division, creating Androids to use as soldiers. Upon the disbanding of the Red Ribbon Army due to Goku's decimation of their ranks, Gero worked for years to formulate a revenge plot against the young Saiyan - even though they had never met. At one point, his own age and health began to turn against him, so he had his brain implanted into an Android body resembling his own human form, thus becoming Android 20.

With Android 19, Gero attacked Earth's warriors. Goku, now grown up, began to suffer from a heart disease he contracted in space. The heroes' side of the fight was taken up by Vegeta and Piccolo; Vegeta destroyed 19, while Gero was severely beaten by Piccolo. Desperate, Gero fled to his lab, where he dispatched the twin cyborgs 17 and 18. In rebellion, 17 kicked off Gero's head and stomped on it.

Years later, Gero met up with the Machine Mutant Scientist Dr. Myu in Hell. Together, they fashioned a second Android 17, which they used in conjunction with the original (who was on Earth) to open a portal between Hell and Earth, thus letting thousands of villains escape into the realm of the living.