07 December 2018 by VegettoEX
07 December 2018 by VegettoEX
04 December 2018 by VegettoEX
27 November 2018 by VegettoEX
|Premiered:||11 September 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||6.4% (7th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Sixth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Goku / Part B: Goku|
|Ending Animation:||“Easy-Going Dance”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #05 (06 January 2017)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #05 (06 January 2017)
At Zuno’s planet, the all-knowing one gives Zamasu the same explanation of the Super Dragon Balls as he gave Bulma earlier: they were made by the Dragon God Zalama, are spread throughout Universe 6 and 7, etc. Zamasu quickly gets fed up with this: all he asked about was how to use them! He doesn’t care about this other stuff! Zuno gets to the point, nervously informing Zamasu about the need to state one’s wish in the language of the gods, though Zamasu is a bit annoyed to learn that he needs to make a cheesy pun to summon the dragon (saying chonmage/topknot instead of choudai/please).
Zamasu next asks where the Super Dragon Balls are located. While Zuno at first refuses to answer any further questions, Zamasu says he’s through playing around and physically threatens Zuno. The increasingly nervous Zuno explains that they were used just a little while ago and so cannot be used again for a period of time equivalent to the lifespan of a cockroach… in other words, roughly one year. Zamasu repeats his demand for Zuno to tell him the location of each ball, and also asks to be told everything about Son Goku.
At Capsule Corporation, Bulma revives Goku, Vegeta, and Trunks with some Senzu. She chews out Goku for leaving the bag behind in the bathroom. But Senzu aside, it’s surprising the three of them together weren’t able to defeat Black. Goku and co. explain that it wasn’t just Black: Zamasu was there too, and had become immortal. Kid Trunks asks if Zamasu is immortal because he’s a god, but Bulma explains even gods aren’t really immortal. Bulma’s surprised to hear about Black’s new Super Saiyan Rosé form, but thinks Black must not be very good at naming things.
Goku wants to return to the future right away and finish the fight, but Bulma and Vegeta are both against it: how can they fight an opponent they can’t damage? Goku has an idea though: they can become immortal themselves… by constantly eating Senzu! Except, sadly, their supply of Senzu isn’t nearly large enough for that.
Outside, Future Trunks tells Mai that her future self is alive after all. Beerus and Whis arrive, with Kaiōshin in tow. It seems Kaiōshin has news for Goku: Zuno contacted him telling him how Zamasu had asked him all about the Super Dragon Balls and Goku. Everyone wonders why Zamasu would ask about those two topics in particular. While Goku and co. fill their divine visitors in on what happened in the future, in Universe 10 Gowasu notices that Zamasu isn’t around. Where could he have gone off to?
With all this new information, Whis has a theory: Zamasu is probably after the power to enforce his own brand of justice. After losing to Goku, he became obsessed with Goku to the point of asking Zuno about him, perhaps thinking of how to acquire a powerful ally to achieve his goals. While Whis stresses that this is all merely speculation, he suggests that Black is therefore a copy of Goku which Zamasu created through a wish to the Super Dragon Balls. His sparring match with Goku made him interested in Goku’s power, possibly leading him to desire a servant with those same abilities.
Whis’ speculation continues: perhaps Zamasu then waited another year to use the Super Dragon Balls again, this time wishing to become immortal. At this point, he and Black could have left to attack Trunks’ future. In fact, if Zamasu used the Time Ring, he could have immediately warped a year into the future to use the Super Dragon Balls back-to-back without waiting. In that case though, why does Black now have the Time Ring? Did he simply borrow it from Zamasu?
Actually, Whis explains, only Kaiōshins are capable of using Time Rings; they can’t simply be borrowed. And present-day Zamasu is still only an apprentice Kaiōshin… the obvious assumption then is that Zamasu will kill Universe 10’s Kaiōshin, Gowasu, and steal his Time Ring. However, none of this explains why Black’s ki would resemble Zamasu’s. If Black really is a copy of Goku, why would only his ki be similar to Goku’s? Still, they’ll have to solve that mystery later: their priority right now is saving Gowasu’s life. Kaiōshin takes Goku, Beerus, and Whis to Universe 10, while Vegeta stays behind.
In the future, Mai and Yajirobe regroup with the resistance and other survivors (including the two children Trunks helped cheer up before, Haru and Maki). The resistance fighters are in low spirits: not only have Trunks and his allies lost, but now they have got a second enemy to worry about, Zamasu. But Mai urges them all not to give up. They must stay alive, and believe in Trunks!
Goku and co. arrive in the Universe 10 Kaiōshin Realm and meet Gowasu, who explains that Zamasu has not been around since this morning. Goku blurts out that Zamasu is doing terrible things in the future, but Beerus makes him keep quiet. Instead, they ask Gowasu if he’s noticed anything wrong with Zamasu. He explains about the doubts Zamasu has been having, regarding the role of the gods and their relationship with mortals. However, he feels certain these doubts have lifted and Zamasu is now on the right path.
At that moment, Zamasu walks in: “I’ve brought the tea!”
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