|Height||204 cm (6'8")|
|Weight||162 kg (357 lbs.)|
|Previous Affiliation||Aizen's Arrancar Army|
|Previous Occupation||Nel Tu's Fracción |
|Partner||Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck, Pesche Guatiche, Bawabawa|
|Base of Operations||Las Noches, Hueco Mundo|
|Manga||Volume 28, Chapter 245|
|Video Game||Bleach: Heat the Soul 4|
Dondochakka has a large, heavyset, but dumpy body with short appendages with small, white hands and feet. He wears a hooded yellow bodysuit which is covered with black polka dots of varying sizes. His head is very large, being almost as big as his body, and unlike most Arrancar, his Hollow mask covers his entire head, and the eyes and mouth also function properly as if it was his real face. His mask resembles a stereotypical tiki mask with exaggerated colorful features, including large eyes and teeth, as well as a prominent nose. 
Despite his large, menacing appearance, Dondochakka is prone to tear-filled outbursts at the slightest provocation, particularly when he is worried about something or someone, such as Nel. He tends to be dimwitted at times, more so than Pesche, at one point resolving to follow Nel, only to run after Renji Abarai instead. He does so believing that Pesche is with him, not noticing that his fellow Arrancar had not been present for some time. He seems to be rather proud of the polka dots on his back, becoming offended when Uryū Ishida refers to them as just "dots."
Dondochakka once served as the 42nd Arrancar in Aizen's army as one of Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck's Fracción, alongside Pesche. However, Nnoitra Gilga and Szayelaporro Granz forcibly removed their masks and used them as bait to lure Nel into a trap. After Nnoitra critically damaged Nel's mask, he threw her, Dondochakka, and Pesche off the dome of Las Noches, leaving them all to die. Having survived, Dondochakka and Pesche realized that Nel had taken on a childlike form, and had lost all of her power and memories. The two of them resolved to protect the peace-loving Nel by keeping her former identity a secret, so that she would never have to fight again. They went so far as to modify their own appearances, in fear of Nel recognizing them and regaining her memories. Under the guise of Nel's "brothers," Dondochakka and Pesche spent their time traveling throughout the deserts of Hueco Mundo, keeping her occupied with various games. Meanwhile, they trained in secrecy so that they could better protect her.
Hueco Mundo arc
Dondochakka appears alongside Pesche and Bawabawa, chasing a seemingly terrified Nel. In the midst of their pursuit however, they are attacked by Ichigo Kurosaki, Uryū Ishida and Yasutora Sado, who believe that they mean to do Nel harm. Nel intervenes, after which she apologizes for the misunderstanding with her "brothers," saying that they were merely playing a game of "eternal tag." They then introduce themselves, with Dondochakka saying that he is Nel's eldest brother. Later on, as the trio rides on Bawabawa with Ichigo and his friends, Dondochakka becomes terrified when Nel realizes that Ichigo is a Shinigami. This panic subsides after a subsequent encounter with Runuganga, who is promptly disposed of by Rukia Kuchiki.
Dondochakka, Pesche, and Nel soon follow Ichigo and company into Las Noches, with Nel reasoning that since they helped him get there, Aizen would view them as traitors and kill them. When Ichigo's group splits up at a five-way impasse, Dondochakka is left behind with Pesche and Nel, the latter of whom follows after Ichigo. Dondochakka and Pesche resolve to follow her, but realize that they have already forgotten which path she has taken. He ends up taking the wrong path, accidentally running in Renji's direction whilst crying for Nel hysterically. Despite Renji telling him to turn back, Dondochakka continues to chase after him.
As the two of them continue running down the hall, Renji abruptly stops for a reason he cannot describe, which frightens Dondochakka. However, pit traps abruptly open beneath their feet, causing them to fall into a large chamber. There they meet Szayelaporro Granz, whom Renji proceeds to fight. The ensuing battle causes Dondochakka to get stuck in a pile of rubble headfirst, where he is later found by Pesche, who arrives on the scene along with Uryū. Pesche attempts to hide from Szayelaporro's Fracción, but Dondochakka bursts out of the rubble on his own, shouting for his fellow Arrancar. This draws the attention of the Fracción, but they are promptly slain inadvertently by one of Renji's attacks. Soon after Szayelaporro retreats to change his clothing, Dondochakka and the others flee from the chamber, with Uryū reasoning that defeating him is not their top priority. However, they all wind up back in the same room as a result of Szayelaporro's machinations.
Dondochakka and the others watch as Szayelaporro releases his Zanpakutō, Fornicarás. Dondochakka is the first in the group to be struck by the Espada's ooze-like secretions, which results in a carbon copy of him forming.
As Renji is attacked by one of the clones, Dondochakka attempts to intervene, but nearly hits the real Renji. Uryū explains the differences between themselves and the clones, revealing that Dondochakka's copies do not have spots on their backs. Dondochakka is annoyed that he calls them spots, insisting that they are polka dots. Uryū then points out that Pesche's duplicates are wearing trousers rather than loincloths, stunning Dondochakka. After Renji and his clones use their Bankai, destroying the building, Dondochakka finds himself on top of Pesche. As they extract themselves from the rubble, Dondochakka hurts himself on Pesche's horns and runs off in pain.
Sensing from afar that Nel has begun to fight, Dondochakka and Pesche resolve to end the battle with Szayelaporro, resorting to using their true power. Dondochakka ejects Bawabawa from his mouth, as well as his kanabo, which he promptly uses to defeat two of Szayelaporro's Fracción. He and Pesche then work in tandem to launch their Cero Sincrético at Szayelaporro. However, Szayelaporro, who knew who the former Fracción were from the start, negates the attack and prepares to finish the group off. Before he can kill the group, Mayuri Kurotsuchi arrives and kills Szayelaporro. Afterwards, while Mayuri's artificial daughter, Nemu Kurotsuchi, digs through the ruins of Szayelaporro's lab, she uncovers and attacks Dondochakka and Pesche, believing them to be enemies. Mayuri orders her to get rid of them, prompting her to throw them far away.
The Thousand-Year Blood War arc
After the Vandenreich conquers Hueco Mundo and kidnaps Tier Harribel, it is mentioned that Dondochakka is among the additional Arrancar taken by them. Later, while Ichigo is battling Quilge Opie, Kisuke Urahara and Pesche rescue him, running away from Ichigo and Quilge's battle. When Urahara is contacted by Akon as they watch Ichigo's battle with Quilge, Pesche and Dondochakka chastise Urahara for being so laid back while there is a battle raging nearby.
Powers & Abilities
Stomach Containment: Dondochakka possesses an unknown number of insect spirits within his stomach. Among these is the worm-like Hollow, Bawabawa. He can eject these spirits from his mouth at will, allowing them to be used as allies in combat. In addition, he carries his kanabō inside his stomach.
Cero: As an Arrancar, Dondochaka has the ability to fire a yellow Cero from his mouth. However, the only time he is seen using it is when he combines it with Pesche Guatiche's Cero to create the Cero Sincrético.
- Cero Sincrético (融合虚閃 (セロ・シンクレティコ), sero shinkuretiko; Japanese for "United Hollow Flash", Spanish for "Synchronized Zero"): A synchronized Cero attack with Pesche. They both fire Ceros, which combine to form a much more powerful one, which produces a large explosion on impact. However, Szayelaporro is able to exploit a weakness in the technique that renders it useless. He states there is a small fissure where the two Ceros are not perfectly mixed; he touches this spot to split the attack into two, causing it to pass by him harmlessly.
In addition to his other powers, Dondochaka wields a large kanabō, which he stores inside his stomach. He refers to it to it as his "katana," despite it looking nothing like a sword. Its name and abilities are unknown.
- In the original Japanese version, he speaks with a yakuza-style accent, and often says "Don'tcha know!" (-de ariusu in Japanese) at the end of his sentences. The English dub uses "You know what I mean?" or "Know what I'm sayin'?" instead, and replaces his yakuza accent with one resembling that of an Italian-American mobster.
|Tier Harribel||Emilou Apacci • Franceska Mila Rose • Cyan Sung-Sun|
|Baraggan Louisenbairn||Abirama Redder • Charlotte Chuhlhourne • Findorr Calius • Ggio Vega • Choe Neng Poww • Nirgge Parduoc|
|Nelliel Tu Odelschwanck||Pesche Guatiche • Dondochakka Birstanne|
|Nnoitra Gilga||Tesra Lindocruz|
|Grimmjow Jaegerjaquez||Shawlong Kūfang • Edrad Liones • Nakeem Grindina • Yylfordt Granz • Di Roy Rinker|
|Szayel Aporro Granz||Lumina • Verona • Medazeppi|
|Non-Fracción||Aldegor • Aisslinger Wernarr • Demoura Zodd • Hammerhead Arrancar • Kukkapūro • Lilynette Gingerbuck (Pre-Release) • Loly Aivirrne • Menis • Menoly Mallia • Patros • Rudbornn Chelute • Unnamed Female Arrancar • Wonderweiss Margela|