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Tomatoman TOM remake screenshot.png
3D model of a tomatoman from Trials of Mana remake
First appearance Secret of Mana (1993)
Latest appearance Legend of Mana (remake) (2021)

The Tomatoman, sometimes written as Tomato Man, is a recurring enemy in the Mana series. They first appear in Secret of Mana, and are demons with odd-looking faces carved over tomatoes and floating on cauldrons. As necromancers, the flying fruit-men can call upon shadow magic and even summon the undead. However, depending on the world in which they live, tomatomen can also be weak against Shade and the very dark magic they so deftly wield.


Secret of Mana[edit]

“Tomato Man (Fire) -- Attack with offense magic. Summons Ghouls.”
Secret of Mana Official Game Secrets, (page 160)

Trials of Mana[edit]

Legend of Mana[edit]

“TOMATO MAN -- Demi-human -- STR: Aura, Salamander ; WK: Dryad, Undine -- A clan of black-magic priests. It is said that they never leave their pots.”
In-Game Encyclopedia

Sword of Mana[edit]

Children of Mana[edit]


Names in other languages[edit]

Language Name Meaning
Japanese ダークプリースト
Dark Priest
Spanish ???
French Tomata (SNES)
Maraboulet (remake)
Corruption of tomate (tomato)
Portmanteau of marabout (islamic saint) and boulet (drag)
German Tomatenmann (SNES)
Dunkelpriester (remake)
Dark priest
Rabite icon EOM artwork.png Randi --"Whoa! What's a Rabite doing in a place like this?"
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