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Ghost Nappa
Ghost Nappa
Name Ghost Nappa
Debut Episode 10 (finale)
Species Ghost/Saiyan
Occupation Haunting/Troubling/Annoying Vegeta
Likes Troubling Vegeta, Pokémon, Singing "Ghost Nappa"
Dislikes Nothing (As far as we know)
Ghost Nappa was an on-going gag in Season 2 of Dragon Ball Z Abridged. During his life, Nappa had driven his Saiyan partner Vegeta nearly insane with his stupidity and obnoxious attitude, which resulted in Vegeta finally ending his life violently at the end of Season 1 of the series. However, in spite of Vegeta ridding himself of Nappa in life, Nappa returns from the grave to haunt Vegeta. His insistence to haunt Vegeta leads to a temporary mental breakdown of Vegeta's on Planet Namek. (Dragon Ball Z Abridged, Episode 18: "It's a mad, mad, mad Saiyan.")

Nappa is one of the most popular characters in DBZ Abridged, and his ghost is often referred to as a separate character. he admits to many things he should not

He vanishes seemingly forever after Vegeta is killed by Freeza, as he is not seen with him when Vegeta visits Goku.

As of Episode 30, however, a loophole in the wish made to revive those killed by Freeza and his men led to Nappa's resurrection as well, as Vegeta was technically one of Freeza's men when he killed Nappa. When Nappa was alive he was more of a mental wreck, as shown when beating up Krillin and Piccolo. He sings patty cake, subsequent to Piccolo wondering "What kind of mental torture has this guy been through?" He is noted to be very impatient throughout the series; he asks Vegeta "Are we there yet?" constantly, and due to Vegeta's irritable and impatient virtue, Vegeta hated the living crap out of him and did not regret killing him. The vengeful Ghost Nappa seemed slightly more cunning when faced with the challenge of screwing with Vegeta on purpose, possibly due to him being so good at it when he wasn't trying in the first place. Although, when brought back to life by the loophole in the wish that brought back the people Frieza's men killed, he settles down on earth and gets a job as a movie director.

Other AppearancesEdit

Ghost Nappa has guest starred/cameoed in several other abridged series as well, most notibly in Little Kuriboh's Yu-Gi-Oh the Abridged Series (where he is summoned by Yami Bakura along with several other ghost monster cards) and HBI2K's Escaflowne the Abridged Series (where he was one of the visiting spirits, and constantly hummed the "Doug" theme song in the background while the other characters were talking). He is also revealed to be the father of Mokuba Kaiba in the Yu-Gi-Oh Abridged special "Kaiba's Real Father- Conclusion." Nappa has also guest starred as a antagonist to Dean and Sam in episode 6 of "Supernatural the abridged anime", where he was ultimately destroyed when his scouter was burned, as opposed to burning his body, since he was vaporized by Vegeta.


  • Despite the fact that he wanted to haunt Vegeta, he's happy to help Vegeta in a Tyler Durden-esque fashion by explaining that Vegeta was injured by falling down some stairs to hide the fact that Vegeta was actually beaten up by Recoome, who Goku beat in an instant.
  • Nappa has a song called "Killing in the Nappof", a parody of Rage Against The Machine's number one hit "Killing In The Name".
  • Ghost Nappa's personal logo is, naturally, a parody of the Ghostbusters logo, specifically the logo to Ghostbusters 2. Both logos have ghosts giving a thumbs up (In Nappa's case) or peace sign.
  • During one of Yu-Gi-Oh: The Abridged Series' "Deleted Scenes", Tristan finds the remote to Duke Devlin's theme, and begins randomly changing it. The chain ends to Ghost Nappa's theme, but Yugi promptly breaks Tristan's kneecaps with a wrench in response for "referencing an abridged series not made by Little Kuriboh".
  • It's debatable whether or not Ghost Nappa is real or a figment of Vegeta's imagination. When Nappa comes back to life, he makes no mention of haunting Vegeta.
  • The eighth customizable voice for a custom character in Dragonball Xenoverse is Takahata101, which sounds nearly identical to Ghost Nappa.

Ghost Nappa (song) with lyricsEdit

Vegegeta geta g-g-g-g-geta
Vegegeta geta

Yeah,if there's something strange
In your neighborhood,
Guess who it is?

If there's something weird
And it dont look good
Guess who it is?

Here we go
Vegeta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta
You know you love me as a ghost
Vegeta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta

All right yeah! Come on! Sing this! Clap, clap baby clap!

Vegegeta geta, g-g-g-g-geta
All your things
running through your head
Guess who it is?

An invisible man
sleeping in your bed
Guess who it is?
OOOH OH Ghost Nappa! Come on baby sing it!

Vegeta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta
You know you love me as a ghost
Vegeta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta geta


  • (During Christmas Tree of might) Vegeta: This is so non-canon it hurts. Nappa: Vegeta! Tonight you will be haunted by three ghosts! And they're all me, hi. Vegeta: God damn it, I hate Christmas.
  • (While Vegeta is in the healing Tank on Freezas ship there is a Whistle then two tapps on a microphone) Is this thing on? (two more taps on the microphone) Is it on? Okay there we Go! (clears throat) You are now thinking about what Zarbon did to you while you were unconscious. Have fun with that!
  • GN: Vegeta... Vegeta... <appears> I'm haunting you.


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