Dragon Ball Filler List

Dragon Ball Filler List : Ultimate Filler Guide!

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Whenever anyone Hear about Dragon Ball, You immidatly know that it’s not an ordinary name. Dragon Ball is a legendary anime series that run from 1986 to 1989.

It has over 150 episodes (153 to be precise) and there are about 23 dragon ball filler episodes which makes it 15% filler episodes from all over the series.

Dragon Ball Filler List – What to Watch ? What to Skip ?

Let’s get to the guide of Dragon ball filler list shall we ?

Filler Episodes

29-33, 42, 45, 79-83, 127-132, 149-153

Mixed Canon/Filler Episodes

1-3, 6-7, 9-15, 17-20, 44

Note: Mixed Canon/Filler Episodes contain some part of additional content that doesn’t exist in the manga. On the other hand, manga canon episodes define the story that follows the original events of the manga. But to enjoy and understand the anime completely, you need to watch these Mixed Canon Episodes too.

10 Best Dragon Ball Filler Episodes That are Worth Your Time!

This Dragon ball filler list does not have many filler episodes and also the series is too long you might want to skip them to save some time.

But there are some of the best dragon ball filler episodes that you might consider watch afterwards from this dragon ball filler list.

So, Here are my top 10 picks from the filler episodes that you can enjoy after watching the series.

1. Pilaf and the Mystery Force (30)

Pilaf and the Mystery Force Dragon Ball Filler List

Goku is enjoying traveling the world on the flying nimbus–that is, until his dragon radar is stolen while he is swimming.

He must track down the thief and get it back so that he can find his grandfather’s dragon ball. Meanwhile, Emperor Pilaf is trying once again to assemble the dragon balls.

There is also a mysterious military force that is searching for the dragon balls.

2. Goku vs Sky Dragon (80)

Goku vs Sky Dragon (80)

On the advice of an old woman whom he helps, Goku goes to a small town looking to battle Master Chen, the strongest fighter in town.

Chen, however, has his own fight with Sky Dragon, a rival martial artist from the same town. In order to win the title of Master of Martial Arts, and save his struggling dojo, Chen must defeat Sky Dragon the next day in the King’s Match.

Unfortunately, Chen is in poor health and cannot fight, so Goku fights in his stead.

3. The Rampage of InoShikaCho (82)

The Rampage of InoShikaCho (82)

Goku meets a family who has fled its village, which is being rampaged by a monster called InoShikaCho.

Goku goes to the village to fight the beast, but two other mysterious fighters get there first and defeat it, for a fee.

Later, Goku learns that they are working together with InoShikaCho to scam villagers out of money, and he confronts them.

Meanwhile, Roshi continues to train Krillin and Yamcha, and he tells the story of InoShikaCho.

4. Secret of the Woods (128)

Secret of the Woods (128)

After recovering from being struck by lightning, Goku is sent to the woods to train. While there, he meets a family and stays with them.

He learns from the grandfather of a fighter named Yao Chun, and he heads to the mountains to fight him.

Meanwhile, Tien, Yamcha, and Krillin continue to train.

5. The Time Room (129)

The Time Room (129)

Goku travels back in time to train with Master Mutaito, and he learns about spirit energy.

While there, he meets a young Roshi, and he runs afoul of Shen.

Meanwhile, Tien, Yamcha, Krillin, and Chiaotzu decide to climb Korin Tower.

6. The Fire Eater (150)

The Fire Eater (150)

Goku and Chi-Chi visit the Kame House to find Roshi’s instructions for making the Bansho fan.

They see that they need a feather from a mystical bird called a fire-eater, so they go to Mt. Kiwi to retrieve one.

Once there, they are followed by Mai and Shuu, who are also looking for the bird.

7. Outrageous Octagon (151)

 Outrageous Octagon (151)

Goku and Chi-Chi reach the mountain that reportedly holds the Bansho fan, but a heavy snowstorm causes them to crash at the mountain’s base.

They meet an old woman who explains to them that no woman can climb the mountain without causing a storm. She also tells them that there is no fan on the mountain.

Goku scales it hoping to gather enough snow to put out the fire at the Ox King’s castle. While Goku is climbing the mountain, the old woman teaches Chi-Chi about being a good wife. Meanwhile, Goku is followed by Pilaf, who thinks the fan might be worth something.

8. Mystery of the Dark World (152)

Mystery of the Dark World (152)

The Bansho fan has no effect on the flames because the fire was forged in the Magical Furnace.

Goku and Chi-Chi must travel to the other side of the world to Mt. Five Elements, where they must venture through the Gate of the Five Elements into the Dark World.

There, they must find Tajoro, the keeper of the furnace, and convince her to help put out the flames.

9. The End, The Begining (153)

The End, The Begining (153)

Goku tries to convince Tajoro to extinguish the flame long enough to fix the leak that causes the Ox King’s castle to ignite, but she refuses.

This is because the flame is what creates the fog that shrouds Mt. Five Elements, and the fog is what allows spirits to pass between the spirit world and the world of the living–without it.

No spirit could ever visit the world of the living again, and all spirits already in the world of the living would be trapped forever. Therefore, they must find another way to put out the flame at the Ox King’s castle.

10. The Flying Fortress- Vanished! (32)

The Flying Fortress- Vanished! (32)

Pilaf leaves the village with the dragon ball. Colonel Silver follows him, but Pilaf shoots down Silver’s plane.

Goku returns to the ruined village with Chi Chi, and they learn what happened from the Ox King.

Goku leaves to find the dragon ball. He and Silver both track Pilaf to his underground desert fortress, where a battle ensues.