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14 Facts About Arale Norimaki
Arale Norimaki is a robot built by Senbei Norimaki who looks like a young girl.
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Arale Norimaki is known for her naivete, energetic personality, lack of common sense, and amazing strength.
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Torishima later elaborated on this, saying that Arale Norimaki was initially only a guest character for one chapter.
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Arale Norimaki believes that having weak-looking characters turn out to actually be strong is more interesting; Arale and Son Goku are prime examples of this.
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Arale Norimaki is usually shown with purple hair, although it is dark brown in the 1997 anime.
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Arale Norimaki poses as Senbei's sister or daughter, depending on who Senbei is talking to.
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Arale Norimaki is able to ride on the Kinto'un, which indicates her as being pure of heart.
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Arale Norimaki has appeared twice in Dragon Ball Super, first making a brief cameo appearance in episode 43 and later playing a key role in episode 69.
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Arale Norimaki is a playable character in the crossover video games Jump Super Stars, Jump Ultimate Stars, and J-Stars Victory Vs She is playable in several Dragon Ball video games, including Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3, Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo and Dragon Ball: Origins 2, and makes a non-playable appearance in Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot.
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Arale Norimaki is voiced by Taeko Kawata in the second Dr Slump anime and by Yuko Hara, keyboardist of the popular rock band Southern All Stars, in the radio drama.
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In 1982, Arale Norimaki came in 12th place in Animages fourth annual Anime Grand Prix for Favorite Character.
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