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|Premiered:||09 October 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||6.0% (5th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Sixth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Vegeta / Part B: Goku|
|Ending Animation:||“Chao Fan MUSIC”|
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Black says he is actually Zamasu’s mind inside Goku’s body. But Goku is confused: in that case, who is the other guy who looks like Zamasu? They explain that this is also Zamasu, from Goku’s perspective the “Future Zamasu” native to Trunks’ alternate timeline. After Past Zamasu was defeated by Goku, he discarded his own body and united his mind with Goku’s body.
Goku objects that he saw the Zamasu in the past destroyed by Beerus, but Black explains that thanks to the Time Ring, nothing that happens in the past can affect him. Only Kaiōshins can use the Time Rings, which is why he killed Gowasu, inheriting his role as Kaiōshin and taking his Time Ring.
Zamasu and Black suddenly interrupt their explanation, and begin to attack Goku and co. While Goku counterattacks, Zamasu’s immortal body immediately recovers from the damage. Black continues that in order to bring his idea of justice to fruition he needed someone who shared his ideals… namely, himself!
In his own timeline, Future Zamasu had likewise grown disgusted with the stupidity of mortals. Black used the Time Ring to come to that timeline, where he killed Gowasu and explained his identity to Future Zamasu. The two teamed up, and used the Super Dragon Balls to make Future Zamasu immortal. Then, using the Time Ring to jump forward a year, they wished for the balls to be destroyed beyond repair.
The two then began killing all the gods throughout the universe(s), so that now they stand as the supreme power in this world. This has all been in order to fulfill their “0 Mortals Plan”… a fancy name for their desire to “beautify” the world by killing off all mortals.
After wiping out many species throughout the universe, they have now targeted Earthlings, who with their endless wars and knowledge of time travel are the worst mortals of all. The fight recommences, but Goku and co. are still outmatched. Future Zamasu corners Goku, and asks if he wants to know what happened to his family.
Future Zamasu explains that after Past Zamasu used the Time Ring and gathered the Super Dragon Balls, he switched bodies with Goku, and even began calling himself “Son Goku”. Thus Goku Black was born! At the time, Goku was out farming, and was surprised to see his body suddenly turn into Zamasu’s. While Goku, Goten, and Chi-Chi wondered what happened, Black arrived and killed all three.
Hearing this story makes Goku quite upset, and his rage gives him the strength to seemingly turn the tables for a short time. However, this newfound challenge causes Black’s power to likewise swell up even higher, and he beats Goku with a new-and-improved version of his ki blade technique.
Trunks declares that he will take Black on, but Vegeta does not think he stands a chance. But Trunks is still determined, and asks Vegeta to handle Zamasu for him. While Trunks is disgusted with Black for using Goku’s body to kill people, Black and Zamasu claim Trunks is guilty of a greater sin: changing the past!
The two accuse Trunks of violating the gods’ taboo against time travel; the new Time Ring created when he changed the past is proof of his guilt. Goku should have died from his heart virus; it was Trunks changing history to save him that enabled Zamasu to steal his body in the first place. Everything is therefore his fault! They will cleanse the world of his sins by eliminating him and all Earthlings!
But Trunks is fed up with their talk. He only wanted to save everyone. If they want to call that a “sin”, then so be it! He snaps and powers up into a strange Super Saiyan form, declaring he will kill Black!
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