TrunksGoku Black is stabbed through the back by Future Trunks, but takes him down and transforms himself into Fused Zamasu. Future Zamasu also transforms into his Fusion form as well.
Episode 71Dragon Ball Super Episode 71 Review: Goku Dies!
It's more or less super complicated for no real reason. Goku Black and the Zamasu from the original timeline are the same being, BUT, when Beerus destroyed the other Zamasu, he created another timeline that led to Goku Black existing.
He also renamed the organization the Black Ribbon Army and got ready for a battle with Goku in his Battle Jacket. He was ultimately defeated by Goku's Kamehameha after Black destroyed Android 8.
In the recent story of Dragon Ball Super, the present Zamasu has been killed by Lord Beerus but is still alive in the future. It has been told that Goku Black is Zamasu in Goku's Body, while Zamasu is the one from the past.
Actually, it is explained how Zamasu survived in DBS. After Zeno erased Zamasu along with the timeline, Future Trunks was stuck in the main timeline. But Whis decided to rewind time, and he and Beerus went in and sealed evil Zamasu away. Hearts plucked Zamasu out of his timeline/dimension before Zeno could erase him.
First, off Gods aren't supposed to be Immortal, they can be Immortal. And the reason Beerus died is that his life is directly connected to the God of Creation AKA Supreme Kai Shin. Zamasu likely killed Shin which in turn killed Beerus.
Overview. Zeno charges twin blue spheres of energy in his hands that is used to erase anything from existence, seemingly including immortals (the Dragon Ball Heroes manga indicates that it is ineffective against immortals who gained their immortality from the Super Dragon Balls).
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