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|Premiered:||30 October 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||5.6% (7th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Sixth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Vegeta / Part B: Black & Zamasu|
|Ending Animation:||“Chao Fan MUSIC”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #06 (04 April 2017)
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Vegeta continues to give Black a good pounding, but he knows the imposter will not die so easily. Getting back up, Black realizes that anger at Trunks’ injuries was what allowed Vegeta to improve so quickly. Though he considers it a dirty mortal technique, he uses his own anger that way, creating a fancy new scythe attack.
Though Vegeta dodges the scythe’s slash, it cuts open a hole in the sky. Even Black does not know where it goes: perhaps another universe, perhaps the distant past or future. His power even amazes himself! Off on the side, Zamasu is likewise rejoicing at Black’s new power, when suddenly Goku punches him. Goku thinks Zamasu leaves himself open too much, due to being immortal.
Away at Capsule Corporation, Trunks asks Mai to use her binoculars to check on how the battle’s going, but she sees that Zamasu is heading straight for them! In the garage, Bulma says the time machine is not ready yet. There is only one way to hold off Zamasu: the Mafūba! Thankfully Trunks has glued the jar back together; now he just needs to master the technique.
Meanwhile, Goku and Vegeta both face off against Black. Smoke from around the edges of the rift in the sky form into clones of Black, and no matter how many Goku and Vegeta defeat, even more constantly form. Black taunts them, saying they will never be able to chase after Zamasu like this. He will have killed Trunks and co. by now! Goku tries to teleport to Trunks, but all the ki from the clones prevents him from focusing in on Trunks’ ki.
Trunks practices the proper Mafūba pose, but it is not going well. Bulma happens to have recorded a video on her phone showing Piccolo demonstrating it. She gives her phone to Trunks and says she will go stall Zamasu, so he had better learn the Mafūba quick!
Trunks objects, but Bulma tells her to trust his mother. Outside, Bulma approaches Zamasu and begins shamelessly flirting with him, but Zamasu only scowls at her. Trunks runs out in time to see Zamasu attacking Bulma in much the same way Black did to Future Bulma. Zamasu casts her aside, seemingly dead, and Trunks snaps. Powering up, he fires off a perfect Mafūba, sealing the astonished Zamasu inside the jar with Mai’s help.
Bulma congratulates Trunks on a job well done. It turns out she was not dead after all, but the experience was still scary for her. She tells Trunks to affix the magic talisman onto the jar in order to complete the seal, but it turns out they have left it behind with Rōshi!
Zamasu pops back out of the jar once again. Black senses Zamasu’s ki has weakened, and teleports off to see what has happened. His clones and the rift vanish, allowing Goku to likewise teleport himself and Vegeta to Trunks. Now everyone is all in one spot.
Zamasu warns Black that mortals are not simply bugs after all; they cannot let their guard down! The two decide to show their true divine power. As Goku and co. look on in horror, Zamasu and Black use their Potara earrings to merge together into one being, who declares himself “the supreme god Zamasu”!
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