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|Premiered:||04 September 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||6.8% (5th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Sixth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Goku / Part B: Vegeta|
|Ending Animation:||“Easy-Going Dance”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #05 (06 January 2017)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #05 (06 January 2017)
Zamasu descends from the sky, saying that he came to meet Goku. Everyone is shocked to see that Zamasu and Black are not the same person after all, and Goku asks Zamasu if he is Black’s comrade. Zamasu maintains that the two are not comrades but simply a pair of like-minded individuals. As far as Goku’s concerned it is the same thing: they are both his enemies! Vegeta passes out, but Trunks is relieved to still be able to sense his ki.
Zamasu professes that soon his ideal will become a reality, a world of righteousness that will not need mortals… especially mortals like Goku who fight against the gods! Black and Zamasu attack Goku, and while Zamasu insists Goku is his prey, Black says that “this body” wants Goku. This desire cannot be stopped! Zamasu calls Saiyans the biggest failures in the world; powerful, yet lacking in spiritual development. He therefore has no qualms about tag-teaming with Black to destroy them.
Trunks comes to Goku’s aid in the battle, and while Goku says these will not be easy opponents to beat, Trunks says he is ready to die if necessary. Goku takes on Black, who demonstrates the ability to teleport just like Goku. Meanwhile, Trunks faces Zamasu, and while he manages to stab Zamasu with his sword, the wound quickly heals.
Zamasu continues to ramble on about mortals selfishly misusing the gift of intelligence the gods so graciously bestowed on them. Trunks does not share Zamasu’s low opinion of humanity, and blasts him with a Final Flash… but like the sword attack, this has absolutely no effect. Zamasu proclaims that this immortal body is indeed godly, truly befitting of him! He thanks the Saiyans for using their strength to help him even further show off his immortality.
Trunks cannot believe his eyes. The Final Flash was his greatest attack as a Super Saiyan, yet it and his sword were useless. Zamasu says all their attacks are naturally powerless against the gods, but if they still feel like fighting, he will continue to show them just how weak they are. Goku and Trunks seem out of options, but they cannot just run away, not after coming so far!
Suddenly Zamasu grabs Goku and Trunks, holding them in place while Black fires a Kamehameha. All three are hit, but Zamasu remains unharmed. Goku and Trunks though take heavy damage, and with Goku seemingly no longer in fighting shape, Trunks wonders what to do next. Black and Zamasu charge up a joint attack to finish the two off, but at the last moment their attack is repelled by another blast from the sidelines. It’s Vegeta!
Vegeta collapses unconscious again, but now Goku and Trunks have vanished. They should not have had the power to get too far away, so Zamasu decides to deal with Vegeta first. It turns out Yajirobe has grabbed Goku and Trunks, retreating back near an entrance to the underground resistance base. Trunks asks where his father is, but Yajirobe insists saving two was the most he could manage. Thankfully though, Mai and the resistance manage to swipe Vegeta away before Zamasu and Black can finish him off.
Black concentrates to search out Goku and co.’s ki, which is faint and mixed in with that of all the other people around them. Mai meets up with Trunks and brings the time machine out of its capsule. With Goku, Trunks, and Vegeta inside, Mai gets out just before the time machine takes off. She will stay behind with the rest of the resistance, but Trunks absolutely must stay alive, for the world’s sake!
Black finally pinpoints Goku and co.’s ki, but it is too late: the time machine has successfully left for the past. Zamasu is unconcerned though, confident that they will come back eventually, and when they do, he will personally destroy them in his utopia!
The time machine arrives at present-day Capsule Corporation, and Bulma freaks out to see Vegeta in such bad shape. Meanwhile, in Universe 10 the present-day Zamasu finds Gowasu watching footage of the Universe 6 and 7 tournament on “God-Tube”. While Gowasu jokes about becoming a “God-Tuber”, Zamasu is amazed to see Goku fighting in this tournament. What is more, he is covered in godly ki! How could a mortal have obtained the power of a god?
Next Zamasu notices the strange objects floating in the sky above the tournament arena. Gowasu explains that these are the Super Dragon Balls, the objects the Gods of Destruction held the tournament over. Hearing that they grant any wish, Zamasu becomes even more curious…
Sometime later, on Zuno’s planet, Zamasu barges in on the galactic know-it-all, demanding he explain everything about the Super Dragon Balls!
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