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|Premiered:||13 November 2016 (9:00 – 9:30AM, Sunday, Fuji TV)|
|Ratings Share:||6.6% (4th)|
|Opening Animation:||“Chōzetsu ☆ Dynamic!” (Sixth Animation)|
|Eyecatch:||Part A: Super Saiyan Blue Goku & Vegeta / Part B: Black & Zamasu|
|Ending Animation:||“Chao Fan MUSIC”|
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Goku’s Kamehameha continues to struggle against Zamasu’s gigantic energy ball. While he is pushed back for a while, Goku refuses to give up, and uses his full power to pierce straight through the ball. The resulting explosion scars Zamasu, leaving the right half of his face and right arm swollen and purple. Goku rushes in to attack Zamasu at close range, but Zamasu grabs him by the leg. Goku counters by using the Kaiō-Ken, and manages to destroy the halo around Zamasu’s back. While Goku is too worn out to attack further, Zamasu charges up by calling upon the “Light of Justice”.
On the sidelines, Vegeta wonders why Zamasu’s wounds have not healed. Gowasu explains that while Zamasu himself was immortal, Goku Black was not. The mortal half of Zamasu’s body is affecting his immortal half, leaving his mind and body unbalanced. This might give them a shot at victory! But to take advantage of this, they will probably need an even more powerful attack than before. Goku suggests that he and Vegeta use Kaiōshin’s Potara to merge. Vegeta swore he would never merge with Goku again, but now there is no other way!
Goku eats a Senzu, and recalls being told that merging with the Potara had no time limit, yet ultimately they split back up anyway. What gives? Gowasu explains that for those who are not Kaiōshin, the effects of the Potara only last one hour. So, they will have to win within that time limit.
Vegeta is relieved that he will just have to endure being one with Goku for an hour. They put on the Potara and become Vegetto, who tells Zamasu that two can play this whole “merging” game. Vegetto transforms into a Super Saiyan Blue, and accordingly dubs himself “Vegetto Blue”. It’s time to finish this!
As “Vegetto Blue” powers up, Trunks is amazed at the height of his ki. Meanwhile, Zamasu wonders to himself why mortals try and imitate the gods. Is it because gods are so powerful and beautiful? As Zamasu babbles on, Vegetto grows tired of his talk and punches him square in the face.
The two begin fighting, and at first Vegetto seems to have the upper hand. He mocks Zamasu, asking if this is really the power of a god. Then Zamasu seems to come out on top, knocking Vegetto to the ground, where he stays face down.
Zamasu closes in with his ki blade to finish the job, but Vegetto counters with an extra-long ki blade of his own. He says Zamasu is no longer immortal and cannot eliminate mortals either, because part of Goku remains in his body.
But this is precisely what Zamasu wanted: Goku had obtained power surpassing the gods, despite being mortal. As such, he symbolizes all the failures the gods have made. By incorporating Goku into his own body, Zamasu intends to atone for the sins of mortals and the mistakes of the gods.
Zamasu begins to cry, saying that his tears will purify the world. Not only is his body not regenerating, but now his right side keeps growing larger and more grotesque. Gowasu believes that this ugly form represents Zamasu’s conflicted feelings, caught between the contradictions of gods and mortals.
Bulma arrives in the now repaired time machine, bringing Mai and the kids Haru and Maki with her. Maki returns Trunks’ broken sword to him, and Trunks creates a ki blade to replace the sword’s missing metal blade, then flies off to rejoin the battle.
Back on the battlefield, Vegetto taunts Zamasu for not being able to keep up with his speed, now that his body has grown so bulky. He fires a “Final Kamehameha” to finish the job, but Zamasu survives it… and even worse, Vegetto splits back up into Goku and Vegeta!
Universe 7’s Kaiōshin wonders why they split since it has not even been an hour yet, but Gowasu thinks it might be that they used up too much power to sustain the fusion. Zamasu closes in to finish the pair off, but Trunks steps in, blocking Zamasu’s ki blade with his own.
Zamasu accuses Trunks of being weak, and mockingly asks where he will seek help from next: the past, the future? How long will he continue to defy the gods? But Trunks says he is just fighting to save everyone; helping one another to survive is what it means to be human.
As Trunks holds out against Zamasu, he begins gathering ki from Yajirobe, Haru, Maki, and the rest of the refugees watching the battle. Goku and Vegeta contribute their ki too, and with everyone’s power channeled into his sword, Trunks slices Zamasu in half!
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