Now that it has become clear that Black and Zamasu are indestructible and the Saiyans don't seem to stand a chance at defeating them, it looks like the Zero Humans Plan will soon be underway.
But when the Japanese anime series, "Dragon Ball Super's" 63rd episode airs next week, it will see Saiyans Goku and Vegeta return to the battlefield with a promising plan courtesy of their Namekian ally, Piccolo. Vegeta will also be more motivated to succeed against the enemy after hearing Bulma's overconfidence in Goku's strength. Also, Gohan will finally be around to lend help whenever he can.
What this could all mean for the upcoming episodes remains to be seen. Will they be successful in sealing Black and Zamasu via The Mafuba? Will Vegeta's training in the Room of Spirit and Time and Goku's crash course on executing a successful Mafuba with Master Roshi prove enough to incapacitate their immortal enemies? Will Gohan eventually decide to join the fight?
The gods have also decided to get invovled, with the 10th Universe god Gowasu taking responsibility for his mistake in choosing Zamasu as his apprentice. Since Beerus, the god of destruction, cannot travel across time, Gowasu himself will be taking the trip to the future to try and put Zamasu down.
Future Trunks will also get mortally wounded, but will be saved in the nick of time by Goku and Vegeta's return.
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The preview for episode 63 titled, "Don't Disgrace the Cells of Saiyans! The Curtain Rises on Vegeta's Intense Battle!!" shows an intense match between Black and Vegeta, who has vowed in the previous episode that he would make the evil duo pay for what they did to Trunks before sealing them with The Mafuba.
Meanwhile, there are rumors about an upcoming fusion between Black and Zamasu in episode 64 titled "Praise and Adore Him! The Explosive Birth of Merged Zamasu!" Will this merge make it easier for Goku to seal their enemies, or will this ultimately crush all hope of salvation for humanity?
"Dragon Ball Super" episode 63 airs on Sunday, Oct. 23, at 9 a.m. JST on Fuji TV.