|Appearances:||Dragon Ball: Heart of the Dragon|
|Birthdate:||June 11, Age 778|
|Date of Death:||n/a|
|Birth Power Level:||227|
|Maximum Power Level:||<REDACTED>|
|Height:||5'4" (at 15 years old)|
|Weight:||109.4 lbs (at 15 years old)|
|Organizations:||Starchasers (Age 793 - present)The Pink Taco (Age 794 - present)|
|Favorite Food:||Sticky rice, strawberries|
|Favorite Vehicle:||Mrovian transport|
|Hobbies:||Drawing, dancing, traveling|
|Family:||Lascon (paternal great-grandfather)|
Layeeck (paternal grandfather)
Cyleria (paternal grandmother)
Artachoc (maternal grandfather)
Ocra (maternal grandmother)
Chari (チャリ, Chari) is a Saiyan. She is the daughter of Ledas and Chaiva. Chari is the twin sister of Olivien. She is the protagonist of Country Matters and is featured as a significant character in Dragon Ball: Heart of the Dragon.
Chari is a lean girl of medium height who has short spiky hair and pink eyes. Being a Saiyan, she also possesses a brown furry tail. She is described as having a somewhat boyish face, and she does not like wearing much makeup. Chari is most often seen wearing her West City High School uniform, as shown in the pictures above. When she is not wearing her uniform, she enjoys wearing large hoodies and jeans. She has been known to wear her twin brother Olivien's clothes on occasion too. Chari enjoys wearing fingerless gloves, a trait she picked up from her father. Her sparring armor, created by Bulma is white and black with red straps. Chari's aura is teal.
Chari is a little more extroverted than introverted. While she enjoys the company of large groups of friends, she can just as easily function in solitude or with only a single friend as company. She enjoys cooking and dancing. Unlike her brother, Chari prefers planning her day out meticulously and despises messes. Her penchant towards order and neatness distinguishes her from her father and twin. While she was trained by Ledas as a young girl, she stopped training sometime in elementary school, only deciding to pick that up again at the age of 15.
Often, Chari acts as a motherly figure towards her twin, as seen in Country Matters, when she shows serious worry over Olivien's drinking tendencies. She can become exasperated easily by her brother, however, for he rarely matches her passion. Chari can be quite emotional and impatient, but if she is, that is usually a sign that she is stressed. Like her brother and father, she is a mild-mannered Saiyan for the most part. She has less patience than either of them, so her emotions bubble over more than theirs do. She is excitable and may change fancies seemingly without reason, a trait she shares with her brother and father.
While she can be impulsive, Chari tries not to let her emotions dominate and control her. This is seen in Country Matters, when she refuses to act on her lust for Bulla. Her sense of morality is a defining characteristic for Chari. She is a realist and a rational thinker. Despite that, she hates being put in charge of projects, and despises being made the leader of any group she is a part of.
She is also essentially a lesbian; while she does not want to share this fact with even her close friends, such as Bulla, she is not ashamed of her sexuality in the same way that her brother is ashamed of his. It is a fundamental aspect of her personality, but not more so than her love of cooking or dancing. Chari has been attracted to her best friend, Bulla, since puberty. This fact was not revealed to Bulla until several years later.
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At the start of this story, Chari and Bulla were playing in the backyard of Chari's house while Jia was inside cooking dinner. Bulla showed her friend Android 21, whom her mother had taken from Gero's laboratory many years ago. His appearance scared Chari. Bulla told her not to worry, for the android was not yet completed and was in lockdown. Her mother had been trying to reactivate him for many years, but had been unsuccessful so far. Then, the girls tried to bring his infinite energy device back online. While they were doing so, Chari looked up to the sky and reminded herself that her father was up there somewhere hunting space vermin.
She heard Jia get a phone call from someone that stressed the woman out. Bulla's attempt to bring 21 back online didn't work. She was shocked that he wasn't turning on and gave credit to Dr. Gero for programming the android so well. At that moment, Jia came outside and asked Chari where Olivien was. She told her that he was sparring in the gravity training unit. Jia called Oli over, asked Bulla if she was staying for the night (she was), and then told the kids that she had to step out for a few hours for some reason. She did not tell them why, but instructed the three to go to bed at once, though they were allowed to watch television for an hour or so. She promised to tell their father if she caught either of them out after their bedtime.
She raced out the front door, not even bothering to take care of the curry. Moments later, it boiled over, leaving Jia a huge mess to clean up when she returned. Bulla laughed at that. The Saiyans went to bed afterwards, though they didn't remain there for more than three minutes before they opened their bedroom window, flew out, and pursued Jia to wherever she was going.
In the second scene, Chari, Olivien, and Bulla tracked Jia to Seikishi City. They tracked her to a Morizakura warehouse on the ocean's edge. There, Morucan and Tresparson, associates of Cardinal, waited for her. They told her that something had gone amiss at Ledas' house. They had installed something there that had run out of batteries. Jia was greatly worried about that, telling them that if anything had happened with the children, she could have died. They promised to replace the device's batteries that night while the kids slept. Morucan did not make it clear what the device they were talking about did. He told Jia that Cardinal was waiting in the warehouse and wanted to talk to her. She went inside to see him.
The Saiyans moved in, trying to see where Jia had disappeared to. Olivien tried to pronounce the kanji for 'Morizakura', but was unable to read them properly. Chari corrected him, although her voice rose high enough for Morucan and Tresparson to hear them. The men ran over, noticing immediately that the kids had tails. They drew their weapons, trying to scare off the kids, for they didn't want them entering the warehouse. At the sight of the guns, however, Olivien instinctively blasted Tresparson with a Kyorra Flash, and Chari did the same to Morucan, lest the men inform Jia that the Saiyans had followed her to that place.
Afterwards, Bulla scolded the other two and then they flew back home in silence. They watched television for a short while before falling asleep. In the morning, Jia returned and reprimanded them for leaving the television on. Regardless, neither Chari nor Olivien felt guilty about killing Cardinal's men, and Jia's words hardly mattered to them, either.
At the start of this story, Olivien was seen exercising in the backyard of his house at night during a rainstorm. When he came inside, his twin, Chari, rebuked him for being so foolish. She asked him to clean himself up, for Bulla had come over to hang out. He barely acknowledged the other girl, which embarrassed Chari. Because of the rainstorm, they decided to stay inside the house and play games. While the girls waited for Olivien, Bulla promised to upgrade the house's CLEAN-BOT 6000s.
They played some card and board games for a while before Olivien got himself some vodka. Chari was none too pleased with that, but it was not like she could stop him. Bulla didn't care, for she had plenty of texting to do. Once they had finished with their games, Oli went to the kitchen to make handmade pasta, while Chari and Bulla watched a movie together on the couch. Chari remembered that Trunks had told her that Bulma had been a rare beauty in her youth, and she thought that that beauty was clearly coming out in Bulla. She was feeling aroused sitting next to Bulla and it took a lot of willpower for her to not make a move.
Once the movie was over, Bulla requested Oli to give her the vodka bottle. He did so, teleporting back and forth, while eating his tortellini and pesto. The bottle was empty. Chari was once more concerned that Olivien had drunk the entire bottle, but he dismissively replied that it had been an old bottle. Chari was not soothed by that response, for it implied that he had other bottles stashed around the house. Bulla cut in, telling them that she wanted to play truth or dare with the bottle (after spinning it, whoever it pointed at would have to tell a truth or do a dare).
The first spin landed on Chari. Bulla asked her who her crush at school was. She lied and told them that it was a boy named Billy Shears. She admitted that she didn't know if she wanted to be his girlfriend, though. The second spin landed on Chari again. Olivien asked her how many boys she had given blowjobs too. While she offended at the question, Chari nevertheless admitted that she had gone down on four boys. Her answer made Bulla giggle. The next spin landed on Olivien. He decided to do a dare. Chari told him to spend ten minutes outside in the rain. He did not like that, but those were the rules, so he left.
Afterwards, Chari asked Bulla if she liked Olivien. Bulla told her that she saw Oli as a friend and nothing more. They continued the game. The bottle landed on Bulla. Chari asked her what type of boy was her type. Bulla responded by asking for some vodka. Chari could not refuse the princess, so they took a bottle from Olivien's hidden stash (which Chari knew the location of). She used the bathroom before returning. When she did, she was surprised to see that Oli hadn't come back inside. She wanted to look for her twin, but Bulla thought that he would be alright out in the cold.
Just then, Jia, their caretaker, returned home. She asked the girls if they had had dinner, and they confirmed they had. She asked Bulla if she was staying the night. The half-Saiyan said she was, and promised to text her mother about it. She asked where Olivien was. Chari told her that the boy had gone out and that she would go fetch him soon. Then, Chari told Jia it would be perfectly fine for her to go to bed, as she looked tired. The woman did not need to be asked twice.
After Jia retired to her quarters, Chari admitted that she wasn't going to go looking for her brother. She poured them each a cup of vodka and soda. Bulla never ended up answering the question that had been posed to her. Instead, the girl asked Chari what her deepest, darkest fear was (which Chari had tried to ask her moments before). Chari said that it was disappointing her father. Bulla agreed, although she was probably pressured more to follow in her mother's footsteps.
Bulla was getting drunk and started teleporting around the room. She found one of the CLEAN-BOT 6000s, caught it, and threw it into a wall. The next thing Chari remembered was her and Bulla outside, throwing up into the grass. As it started to rain more, she raced into her father's gravity training unit to escape from the cold. The AI Theodosius greeted her. She requested bots to dry the two of them off and a bed for them to sleep in, all of which Theo provided instantly. Drunkenly, Bulla thought the two of them should spar. She swung at Chari, hitting her in the nose and breaking it. Then, she passed out on the bed.
At that moment, Olivien appeared at the door. He ordered Theo to bring him bandages and tissue paper so that he could clean his sister's face. He then ordered Theo to prepare glasses of water for the girls so they wouldn't get hangovers in the morning. He carried his twin to bed and told her not to do anything stupid. She pretended not to know what he meant. Then, Oli left. Chari drank some water and then got Bulla to do the same (though she spilled a lot of it). She pressed her body against Bulla's and felt her up a bit before falling asleep.
The next morning, in the second scene, Chari went to Capsule Corp., figuring that that was where Bulla had gone, as she had not woken up next to the princess. She passed a bearded, well-dressed man in the Central West City Park who was pulling papers from his briefcase and turning them to ash with a lighter. When she arrived at Capsule Corp., she met with Bulma and learned from her that Bulla had not returned home that morning.
Chari asked her to craft her a new set of armor, in the style of Vegeta's, but black and white in color. She wanted to start sparring again, for Bulla wanted to as well. Bulma was surprised to hear that about her daughter. She remarked that not even Vegeta had been able to get Bulla to spar. All Bulla had wanted to do was help Bulma work on activating Androids 21 and 22, a pair of unfinished creations that Bulma had found in Dr. Gero's laboratory. Nevertheless, taking Chari's word for it, Bulma promised to craft armor for the girls later that day.
She returned home, noting that the bearded man had left the park as she trudged back through it. She arrived back at her house to find Bulla in the dining room, working on repairing the CLEAN-BOT 6000 she had damaged the previous night. She told Bulla about Bulma making them armor. Bulla was confused, as she did not remember bringing up sparring the previous night, nor punching Chari. She grew tearfully sorry when she learned what she had done. Nevertheless, the two agreed to spar in Ledas' gravity training unit later, and they also both agreed not to disfigure each other's faces.
Bulla had not remembered that they had sparred when they had been much younger. Bulla did not want to take the blame for the hole in the wall, but Chari would not let her get out of that one. Jia would know one way or another. Then, Chari told her that she needed to run a few errands before her father returned, so she would be gone for a few hours. Bulla decided to return home to finish up her homework, work on cracking the deactivation codes of Androids 21 and 22, and finish updating the CLEAN-BOT 6000.
Chari returned to the kitchen, looking for Olivien's hidden bottles of alcohol. They had been moved, however. Just then, Olivien appeared behind her in nothing but his boxers and socks. She asked him where he had gone the previous night, but he didn't answer her. Instead, he told Chari that she should tell Bulla about her feelings for the girl, regardless of the outcome. Bulla deserved to know, and Chari deserved to know her answer. The boy walked off back to his room with a bottle of pineapple and mango juice, not waiting for a response. Chari was embarrassed and didn't know what to say, thinking to herself that Bulla was surely not bisexual.
In the third scene, Chari and Bulla began their duel in the gravity training unit. Olivien was the referee. Their fight was bloody and brutal, with neither girl blocking much, but both landing many hits. Bulla got very mad every time Chari hit her in the face, but that did not stop Chari from getting even with the princess. Bulla mocked Chari by calling her the granddaughter of a King's Guard.
Then, Bulla shot off a ki explosion/energy beam (known as Cut Thrust) which overwhelmed Chari. The Saiyan fell to her knees and noticed a ton of blood on the ground. With horror, everybody realized that she had been nicked bad just beneath the heart. One of her breasts had been exposed as the blast had peeled away the armor on half of her chest and left a hole in her lung. Olivien picked her up and told her that he was taking her to Korin while Bulla just stood there, regretfully, crying. Later on, Chari and Bulla both agreed to retroactively consider that sparring session their first date.
In the first scene of this story, while Olivien was in the 'Great Saiyaman 2' club, he was reminded of a song, Baby Blue Sedan, that his sister liked. When he flew home in the second scene, Oli could sense Jia, Chari, and Ledas inside their house. He was unwilling to go inside, for he knew that Chari could get him to spill his guts in the vulnerable state he was in, and he didn't want to do that. However, there was an annoying drunkard outside, so Olivien returned home.
Chari was waiting for him inside. She demanded to know where he had been all night. He didn't answer, but took off his shoes and slid down the cherrywood hallway in his socks, sliding right into the wall, where a picture of his family (including his mother) fell and shattered on the floor. The two went to Chari's room. Oli began texting Akina, the name of the girl he had met at the 'Great Saiyaman 2'. Chari was incredulous that he had met a girl at all. He handed her his phone to prove it.
As she texted Akina back, he went rummaging through her underwear drawer. He pulled out a floppy silicone dragon dildo, which embarrassed the hell out of Chari. She threw his phone back at him. When he saw what she had texted Akina, though, he forgot his trolling and became distressed. He complained that she had made him sound lame in how she had responded to Akina. He asked his sister if he could borrow her dildo, but she refused. He then made a comment about her wanting to save it for Bulla, but left her room before she could respond.
In the third scene, Olivien awoke and went to the kitchen, where he found Jia. His caretaker told him that both Chari and his father were out. She did not know where his father was; Chari was at Capsule Corp. He told her he would be going out that day, but did not tell her where or when he would be back. Jia did not press him to answer either question, though. He asked Jia to tell Chari and Ledas that he was staying over a friend's house that night. She promised she would. Later, Okinaro stated that Chari was stronger than Olivien (a lie) in order to motivate Olivien to train in earnest. He later told the boy that Chari and Bulla would be joining them in their upcoming training.
In the fifth scene, Oli and Chari were in their kitchen. It was the next morning. Chari was baffled that a girl had dyed his hair pink, but he swore Akina had. She made some rude comments and looked at him with the disappointment only a sister could, for she believed that he was hiding that he had been out all night with some boy (which was not true). Bulla soon came into the kitchen, yawning. She complimented Oli's hair. Not wanting to confront what Chari was about to say about him, Olivien turned their attention to the fact that Okinaro was out back, waiting for the three to come out so he could train them. Bulla ran out to Okinaro.
Chari asked her brother he if was going out with Akina again that night, but he said he probably was not. He had felt something when he had kissed her, but it had not been enough. She remarked that she was glad she was a lesbian and not bisexual, for to have weak feelings towards one gender, like Olivien did, must be maddening and cruel, knowing that he would never like women so much as to date one, but desired them ever so lightly every now and then regardless.
Oli was happy, at least, that Chari was comfortable with who she was. He asked her if she had slept with Bulla yet. Chari looked away, biting her lip and blushing. He knew she had, and thus revealed to her that he could smell Bulla on her breath. That severely embarrassed Chari, but Olivien just marched off to Okinaro, thinking to himself that he was not nearly as happy as his sister, but perhaps one day he could end up in a situation like hers.
In the first scene of this story, Chari woke up Olivien and told him that he had a customer at his taco shack. The boy made a snarky comment, then asked her to keep the customer busy if they ordered one of his new tacos, as he would only use fresh ingredients for them. He asked her to be his line cook, but she refused.
Later, Oli noted that he had named his restaurant 'The Pink Taco', even though Chari had wanted him to name it 'Oli's Ramen Shop'. He had found her name suggestion boring, so he hadn't gone with it. When Oli began gathering the ingredients for the tacos, he thought about how he and Chari had made the tortillas fresh in the restaurant.
When Olivien returned to the restaurant, he found it to be a mess. The tables had been flipped (one had been half-melted by an energy attack), the chairs had been broken, and Dhuka had been thrown into a wall near the condiments corner. He was unconscious. There were blast marks on the walls, too. One hole was deep enough to lead out into space, so the restaurant was quickly losing air. He noticed Chari standing near the only standing table. Her clothes were torn and burnt. He noticed that her eyes had gone red and she had a lavender antenna poking out from her forehead. As well, her muscles were bulging out in an unnatural way.
He confronted her, but she responded with unusual aggression. Before he could react, she leapt at him. She launched a flurry of punches at him, and the longer she went at it, the harder it was for him to block and dodge the attacks. The blows started landing, and he noticed that they were growing in power. He was close to falling unconscious, and many fractured memories of old beckoned him to join them in the dreamscape. He barely managed to remain conscious, blocked Chari's attack, and gained space from her.
Spitting blood, he asked her what was going on. She reveled in her power and once more stated that she would destroy him. He didn't understand. She said that he had too much drama, was too stupid, hogged their father's attention too much. She would put a stop to that. He raised his fists, ready to fight her, and went Super Saiyan. He thought of his family line: his father was one of the strongest Saiyans in existence, and the leader of the Starchasers; his grandfather had been King Vegeta's best friend and his Captain of the Guard, and he had distinguished himself in the Tuffle War; his grandfather had been a skilled warrior too, and had taught his father and Prince Vegeta how to control their Great Ape forms. The pride of his bloodline overwhelmed him. He was eager to fight, and it didn't matter that his sister was his opponent.
In the second scene, fifteen minutes prior, Chari confirmed Dhuka's order. She asked if he wanted his #2 meal (and side of space ice) now, for the tacos wouldn't be ready for a few more minutes. He did. She returned to the kitchen, put on a hairnet, and started preparing the ramen. She remembered how half of the items on The Pink Taco's menu were her creations. She and Olivien had come up with much of this when they had been kids. The #2, the Xuvi bird ramen, was mostly Chari's idea, though Olivien had added ginger and saké to spice up the flavor. She noted that it had only been a month since their father had let Olivien open up The Pink Taco. The shop wasn't getting too much business, but it was getting enough to survive. As she prepared the ramen, she felt guilty, for she knew that Olivien had kept up with his training, while she hadn't, and that he could turn into a Super Saiyan.
She gave Dhuka his meal. He hastily slurped it down, swallowed the ice, and leaned back in his chair, asking for the tacos. He thought the meal was alright. He got agitated and ordered Chari to go back into the kitchen and make him some tacos. He jumped up, spittle flying from his snout, and pointed at the kitchen. She reminded him that she didn't have the ingredients to make it; Olivien would be back soon with those ingredients. Dhuka didn't like that answer. His rage began to grow. He demanded the tacos, as he had been contemplating ordering them for a week. Since he had spent so much time thinking about them, he couldn't wait any longer.
He called Chari a thief for taking his money, then slapped her. She elbowed him back; he kicked her into a table, then rose into the air and fired red energy blasts all around the room, heavily damaging it. The girl created a jade green energy shield to absorb the incoming attacks. Finally, Dhuka fell to the ground, exhausted. She released a slender energy beam upon him, which was her Danfu technique. Master Okinaro had helped her refine that move. She threw him into the wall by the condiments corner, then began to choke him.
Thinking to herself that it would be best to end his life, she suddenly felt the eerie sensation of Watagash moving from Dhuka to her. She felt a surge in power and adrenaline. She thought of Oli and her father, and how unfair it was that she had to help out at The Pink Taco. She thought that her father liked Olivien more, since they trained together. Her thoughts shifted to Bulla, and she shuddered, perceiving her own lust.
Oli entered through the front door, and their confrontation from the first scene played out again from Chari's point-of-view up until the two prepared to fight for real. Oli powered up, his hair turning golden. Enraged, Chari mocked him for going Super Saiyan. The boy said that he had been training with Okinaro in the gravity chamber a lot. This form he was showing off was not Super Saiyan, but Super Saiyan 2. He asked her if she could even go Super Saiyan.
Chari had heard enough. She ran at him, but he sidestepped, kicked her legs out from under her, and pinned her to the floor. He asked her what was going on. She thrashed about, refusing to answer. Just then, she felt the power of Watagash leave her, and she lamented that. Olivien stopped talking in mid-sentence, and she felt unbelievably tired. Not understanding how she had gotten there, she looked up at her brother and saw his eyes had turned red.
In the third scene, Ledas and Okinaro arrived at The Pink Taco. They saw Dhuka slumped over by the condiments corner, Chari passed out on the floor, and Olivien sitting up against a wall, eating a Xhaichi fruit. After Ledas killed Watagash, Okinaro took Olivien, and Ledas picked up Chari. They resolved to return to their base on Xikal.
- Ki Sense
- Afterimage Strike
- Wild Sense
- Energy Shield
- Great Ape transformation
- Super Saiyan
- Ki Blast
- Energy Punch
- Finger Beam
- Explosive Wave
- Darkness Eye Beam
- Energy Beam
- Energy Sword
- Beam Wave
- Continuous Energy Bullet
- Explosive Impact Energy Attack
- Ki Explosion Attack
- Energy Disk
- Energy Sphere
- Kyorra Flash
- Lightning Strike
- Chari's name follows the normal Saiyan pattern of being named after vegetables. Her namesake is chard.
- Chari was named by her mother, Chaiva.
- Chari is the last full-blooded female Saiyan to be born in Universe 7.
- Chari is approximately one minute older than her twin brother Olivien.
- Chari's theme song is Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots Pt. 1 by The Flaming Lips.
|KidVegeta's Alien Characters|
|Frieza's Minions||Zarbon • The Benefactor • King Vegeta • Queen Kusa • Prince Vegeta • Nappa • Paragus • Zorn • Lascon • Layeeck • Cyleria • Ledas|
|Cooler's Parlimentary Minions||Guva • Banas • Payar • Lieme • Meloon • Aprido • Ledas|
|Cooler's Stomping Grounds Minions||Digranite • Konatsu • Anango • Mullpy • Sika • Sarpack • Grif • Nepar|
|Other Aliens||Verlate • Lauto • Cubas • Yuki • Kirka • Naro • Zhukin • Creissa • Amanito • Nivalus • Viros • Solitarn • Vitandi • Exitalia • Lenomi • Chari • Olivien • Audacci • Soba|
|Characters in Dragon Ball: Heart of the Dragon|
|Starchasers||Ledas • Linessi • Vizzer • Naemi • Okinaro • Theodosius • Beelzebub • Tarble (temporary member)|
|Starchasers (second generation)||Chari • Bulla • Rikyu • Android 11 • Android 12 • Olivien|
|Champions of Mrov||Cuber • Chaiva • Kailon • Yuki • Salhior • Aysuida|
|Venyi Academy||Master Jabo • Master Sharu-Kan • Master Levion • Master Caktir • Master Qono • Master Kyomu Tachi • Master Xutol • Master Hotal|
|Planet Trade Organization||Icer • Jahu • Tanarilo|
|Planet Trade Organization Splinter Faction||Kuriza • Aranya • Kracchus • Pukcoläsic • Dhuak • Commander Lingon • Master Sapras|
|Zalama's Triumvirate||Audacci • The Benefactor • Majin Sesami|
|Telnauki Empire||Haimaru • Raimie • Admiral Nectarian • Empress Tliccu Nakki|
|Kingdom of Melirion||King Malus • Queen Veniderre • Prince Jari • Princess Aran • Prince Ryn|
|Cardinal's Team||Cardinal • E • G • Jia|
|Space Rabble||Nishi • Maimas • Mushin • Somen|
|Universe 12||The Keeper • Dr. Kommon • Myaku|