Lakasei (ラカセイ, Rakasei) is one of the two short, plump henchmen who work for Turles, the other being his brother Rasin. Lakasei and his brother can merge into a singular being as well as being able to split in two at will.
Lakasei is purple skinned, ovular-headed and rather short. He wears a green scouter over his left eye, just like most of Frieza's army wore.
Lakasei and Rasin are revived by Turles from fossils of the long extinct Beenz people by using extract from the Tree of Might. Their species is extremely intelligent, and the two of them build Turles' spaceship and the rest of their ordnance.
The Tree of Might
On Earth, Lakasei and Rasin easily defeat both Chiaotzu and Tien Shinhan. Lakasei is then defeated by Gohan, and later slain along with his brother when Goku goes on a rampage against all of Turles Crusher Corps., defeating them at exactly the same time.
The Tree of Might
Lakasei and Rasin later appear in the movie Dragon Ball Z: Fusion Reborn.
Dragon Ball Carddass and the movie pamphlet for "The Tree of Might" state that Lakasei has a power level of 7,600.
- Flight – The ability to fly with the use of ki.
- Continuous Energy Bullet – Used while chasing Chiaotzu. Also used in the arcade game Dragon Ball Heroes.
- Gemini Shot – A Full Power Energy Wave technique used against Chiaotzu, and later against Gohan, but was countered by Gohan's Masenko. It is also his special attack in Dragon Ball Heroes.
- Merge – Lakasei can merge with Rasin into a singular being, as well as split in two, at will.
Lakasei makes his first appearance in a video game as a playable character in Dragon Ball Heroes.
- Japanese: Masaharu Satō
- Ocean Group dub: Alec Willows (Saban version), Don Brown (Pioneer version)
- AB Groupe dub: Sharon Mann
- FUNimation dub: Robert McCollum
- Brazilian Portuguese dub: Sérgio Corsetti
- Latin American Spanish dub: Gustavo Melgarejo
- His named is a pun on Rakkasei (落花生(らっかせい)), the Japanese word for "peanut"/"monkey nut".
- In the AB Group dub Lakasei and twin Rasin are given feminine sounding voices, suggesting they may be female, although in most versions it is implied they are male.