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|Premiered:||06 November 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||5.7% (7th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Sixth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Black & Zamasu / Part B: Super Saiyan Blue Goku & Vegeta|
|Ending Animation:||“Chao Fan MUSIC”|
Dragon Ball Super DVD Box #06 (04 April 2017)
Dragon Ball Super Blu-ray Box #06 (04 April 2017)
Zamasu and Goku Black have used the Potara to merge into a single being, who declares himself the immortal and mightiest of gods. With a halo of light appearing behind his back, Zamasu brags to all that his immortal body’s power has infinitely risen. It feels good!
While Goku and Vegeta hold Zamasu off, Bulma places her garage back into its capsule, and Trunks takes her and Mai to safety. Zamasu then attacks Goku and Vegeta with his “Blades of Judgement”, a volley of red energy blasts that rain down from the heavens.
In the underground resistance shelter, the tremors caused by the battle make the survivors flee to the surface, where some get killed by the Blades of Judgement. After things seem to calm down, they get Yajirobe to go out and confirm things are safe.
Once Yajirobe gives the all clear, the group emerges and spots Zamasu in the distance. They wonder if this is a god, but Haru (one of the kids Trunks saved) says there is no way a god would wreck the city like this. One resistance fighter has a crisis of faith, believing all their efforts are in vain, but another one tries to raise his spirits. Meanwhile Yajirobe just hopes Goku can beat this monster, for the children’s sake!
Goku and Vegeta continue to be utterly outmatched by Zamasu. Goku thinks this must be the power of a god, but Vegeta says god or not, he has never met anyone who emits this sort of ki before.
Vegeta is mad that Zamasu is merely playing around with them, while even the Kaiōshin say he has gone far beyond anything they can even comprehend. Still, Goku and Vegeta still refuse to give up; they will not rest until they beat him!
Trunks and co. have fled to the outskirts of the city. Bulma takes her garage out again, and Mai offers to help her finish repairing the time machine. Trunks meanwhile decides to return to the battlefield, so Mai gives him a bag of two Senzu before he goes.
Zamasu reiterates his intentions to complete his “0 Mortals Plan” and creating a new world. He creates a strange bird-like creature out of energy which hovers over him and fires “Absolute Lightning” at Goku and Vegeta, hurting them to the point that they revert from Super Saiyan Blue to their base forms.
The survivors flee the crumbling city, and Trunks dives in to save Maki (Haru’s sister) from falling debris. He tells Yajirobe to take the whole group up to the plateau where Bulma and Mai are, then flies off again to fight Zamasu.
Bruised by not broken, Goku and Vegeta get up and use their combined power to destroy Zamasu’s purple energy bird. However, when they try and attack Zamasu himself, he easily blocks their attacks and knocks them down again.
Trunks arrives, and when he sees Vegeta in such bad shape, he powers back up into his bulky Super Saiyan form. He declares that it will be mortals, not Zamasu, who make a new world. Thinking of Mai and the others, he fires off a Gallick Gun, which Vegeta joins in on.
Though this father-son Gallick Gun overwhelms Zamasu’s “Holy Wrath” technique, it fails to harm him. He fires more Blades of Judgement, and Vegeta shields Trunks from the onslaught, which shatters his armor.
Zamasu prepares another Holy Wrath blast to finish them off, but Goku steps in and counters it with his own Kamehameha. As the two attacks struggle against each other, Goku refuses to give up!
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