BrolyKale wrote:So does that make Zamasu a Makaioshin? since he turned into evil.shadowfox87 wrote:Grimlock wrote:But it's cool to see Ozotto, it may take a long time, but Heroes will never forget someone. Now, if only Heroes used the Makaio/Makaioshin concept.
It's only speculation since it's not explicitly stated but according to this interview: http://www.kanzenshuu.com/translations/ ... agon-ball/
There are Makaios and Makaioshins in the Demon Realm. At the same time, there are "delinquent Core People with evil hearts; these ones fall under the Makaiō." Core People meaning Shinjins. One can imply that this means evil Kaios and Kaioshins are considered Makaios and Makaioshins but it's not clear.
Dabura was the king of the demon realm but that could mean he's just a Makaio while Mechikabura could be a Makaioshin. What's also interesting is that in the same interview, Toriyama says that Kaioshins' power is currently greater than a Makaioshin. Though that could just mean Mechikabura in his old age is weaker but in his prime could be stronger.
I like to believe Zamasu was always a Makaiōshin, as to me, he somehow just was able to sneak his way into becoming a Kai of the Northern Quadrant through as of yet unknown means, and did such a wonderful job as one, he had become the Kaioshin Apprentice of Gowasu, the Supreme Kai of Universe 10.