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It is the first Dragon Ball anime produced in 18 years and is set after the defeat of Majin Boo, when the Earth has become peaceful once again.

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Most likely it was the fondly nicknamed Super (or ultra) transformation. The wiki calls it the Second Grade and Third Grade. It is simply turning power into Muscle mass, which greatly enhances strengt …
answered Aug 8 '16 by Ryan
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Having watched every Dragon Ball Super episode as they came out, I would say that so long as you have watched at least Dragon Ball Z, you are good. Everything important in Dragon Ball is roughly glanc …
answered May 29 '16 by Ryan
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In the Manga, Goku and Vegeta both thought up methods to conserve stamina when using SSB. They demonstrated these in their fight against Zamasu. Vegetas in particular is what we want, but understandin …
answered Aug 14 '17 by Ryan
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Edit, Tl;DR Zamasu from Future Trunks Timeline is likely Zamasu from the regular timeline, who learned about Goku from Shin, and then traveled into Future Trunks timeline because Shin (and therefor Be …
answered Sep 26 '16 by Ryan
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He did hit his head as a baby, and that is what turned him from a vicious destroyer to the calm and kind child he became. This could have caused amnesia, though he was still a very young child/baby an …
answered Oct 10 '18 by Ryan
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The biggest thing is that Ultra Instinct is not a power up, but a technique. It is literally just your arms and legs thinking for themselves, defending without you needing to be involved. There is no …
answered Oct 19 '17 by Ryan