Future Zamasu represents an alternate timeline iteration of Zamasu, distinct from the Zamasu encountered in Future Trunks’ timeline. He assumes the role of the secondary antagonist in the Future Trunks Saga. Originally, he served as the apprentice to the Supreme Kai in Universe 10, ultimately ascending to the position of Supreme Kai. This particular incarnation of Zamasu aligns himself with Goku Black, his past self from the original present timeline, and together, they stand as the sole remaining “deities” within that chronicle. Collaboratively, they embark on a mission known as Project Zero Mortals, aimed at eradicating all mortal beings.
|Created by||Akira Toriyama|
|Voiced by||JapaneseShin-ichiro Miki|
Zamasu is a tall, lean individual. His distinctive features include his mohawk-styled white hair, gray eyes, and light green skin tone. He also has white eyebrows. He is dressed in a gray and yellow coat over a long-sleeved violet shirt. A light blue sash, loose-fitting dark blue slacks, and white boots round out his ensemble. He also wears orange earrings that appear to be Potara fusion-inspired.
In his earlier days as an Apprentice Supreme Kai, Zamasu’s attire differed. He wore a traditional lower Kai ensemble, which included a black Manchu-style robe adorned with a sash that hung gracefully in front of him, bearing the Kai symbol on his chest. His lower attire featured baggy pants and small shoes, and his ears were left unadorned.
- He had a calm and methodical demeanor, with a thin frame and average height.
- He had distinctive features, including pale green skin, gray irises, and white eyebrows.
- He approached combat with composure, carefully analyzing his opponents’ styles and responding fluidly.
- His main concern was the universe’s development and prosperity, but he doubted mortals’ ability to resolve conflicts without warfare.
- Infinite Zamasu questioned why Kais didn’t have a more direct role in guiding mortals, unlike the more interventionist Gods of Destruction.
- In the manga, he openly mocked mortals’ ability to handle important matters or challenge the power of gods.
- Despite his reservations, Corrupted Zamasu acknowledged his own lack of personal experience.
- He was humble and level-headed, skilled in brewing tea, which impressed his teacher, Gowasu.
- Initially, he had just goals and a sense of justice.
- His views changed after encountering Goku, who irritated him with his carefree attitude and lack of respect.
- Infinite Zamasu’s distrust of mortals intensified, and he believed mortal life was inherently evil.
- His transformation into a radical figure was driven by his discovery of the Super Dragon Balls and their vast power.
- He abandoned compassion and patience, resorting to threats and endangering others for information.
- He betrayed and killed his master, Gowasu, to access his power for nefarious purposes.
- Infinite Zamasu showed no remorse for the devastation caused by his future counterparts and derived pleasure from his influence.
In his original future, He transformed into Goku Black and plunged Future Trunks’ timeline into terror and chaos. Shin from the manga visited this dystopian future to confirm Zamasu’s malevolence.
Due to Beerus being unaware of Zamasu’s future actions and not intervening, merged Zamasu successfully executed his sinister plans. He killed Gowasu, claiming his Potara Earrings and Time Ring. With these artifacts, Zamasu summoned the Super Dragon Balls to switch bodies with Goku, subsequently killing Goku in the merged Zamasu former body, as well as Chi-Chi and Goten. He then traveled to Future Trunks’ timeline and joined forces with his counterpart there.
This Goku Black and Zamasu initiated the core phase of his Zero Mortals Plan, eliminating the Supreme Kais, and consequently, the Gods of Destruction. He laid waste to multiple mortal planets in various universes and obliterated Earth’s civilization, adopting the names Goku Black and Zamasu . Throughout this time, he engaged in multiple battles with Future Trunks, relentlessly pursuing complete control over Goku’s body. Eventually, Future Trunks sought help from the heroes of the past and traveled back in time.
Goku and Vegeta journeyed to the future with Future Trunks, where Vegeta confronted Goku Black and Zamasu. Although Black initially fought in his Super Saiyan form against Super Saiyan 2 Vegeta, he found himself outmatched. Vegeta transitioned into Super Saiyan Blue and urged Black to do the same, but Black revealed his inability to access that form, resulting in his defeat at Vegeta’s hands. Simultaneously, in Future Trunks’ timeline, Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta concluded his initial battle with Super Saiyan Goku Black and Zamasu. This timeline split due to Beerus’ intervention in Universe 10, erasing infinite Zamasu and preventing the original future’s events from occurring in the altered present (main) timeline.
Nonetheless, the infinite Zamasu who had succeeded in the original present timeline remained alive, thanks to the Time Ring. He continued his existence and eventually learned of his past self’s demise from Goku and Vegeta during their first trip to the future in the manga. Ultimately, this infinite Zamasu met the same fate as Present merged Zamasu , being erased from existence, albeit by the hand of Future Zeno.
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During the era of the Timespace Tournament, Goku Black calls upon Zamasu to become his ally, with both harboring sinister intentions of exploiting the Timespace Rift to annihilate mortals. When they are compelled into battle against Tekka’s team and Future Trunks, Goku Black and Zamasu merge into the formidable entity known as Fused Zamasu. It becomes apparent to the group that other Namespaces are vanishing, and Fused Zamasu discloses that his comrades are responsible for these disappearances. To confront this menace, Fused Zamasu summons his associates, including four other Zamasus from different Namespaces, with two of them being Goku Black and Zamasu. The group deduces that the Zamasus are interconnected with Fused merged Zamasu , allowing them to persist in this Timespace. Consequently, they resolve to defeat Fused Zamasu. The two Super Saiyan Rosé-powered Goku Black and Zamasu engage in battle, ultimately resulting in Fused Zamasu’s defeat.
He initially served as a lower Kai but quickly gained recognition as a prodigious genius among the Kais. His extraordinary ki and innate power, coupled with his exceptional combat talents, led to him receiving the rare opportunity to train as a Supreme Kai.
In the manga, he effortlessly outmaneuvers Kibito during an exhibition match. He demonstrated his formidable skills, though the match was prematurely halted by Gowasu. Shin, another Supreme Kai, acknowledged that Zamasu’s abilities were likely unparalleled among all Supreme Kais from the twelve universes.
He held the Supreme Kais of Universe 7 in high regard due to their victory over Majin Buu. In the anime, during his battle with Super Saiyan 2 Goku, merged Zamasu displayed the ability to skillfully intercept Goku’s punches. Despite his competence, he struggled against Goku and was astonished by Goku’s power, which Gowasu recognized as approaching the level of a God of Destruction.
Ultimately, Goku proved his dominance over Zamasu with sheer strength, defeating him. However, merged Zamasu later claimed that he could have performed much better during their fight, expressing his distress.
Zamasu’s transformation into Goku Black in the manga’s original future witnessed a significant power increase. He repeatedly defeated Future Trunks to the point where he no longer required Super Saiyan transformation for these victories, showcasing his substantial.
- Flight: He can fly using his ki, granting him aerial mobility.
- Kiai: He possesses the ability to release invisible ki blasts that push opponents away, often employed before executing Instant Severance.
- Teleportation (Kai Kai): He can teleport to any desired location, even crossing between different universes with ease.
- Pure Heart: Despite his malevolent deeds, Zamasu’s heart remains pure, rendering him immune to the effects of the Devilmite Beam. His misguided beliefs justify his extreme actions.
- Regeneration: He can regenerate injuries, a skill displayed in Dragon Ball Fusions and available as one of his special moves.
- Taunt: He can taunt his adversaries to provoke their anger, a technique used strategically to gain an advantage.
- Speed Boost: He has the ability to enhance the speed of all allies in his vicinity, promoting swift combat.
- Super Tough: Zamasu’s Super Tough ability significantly hinders timeline reversal, contributing to his resilience.
- God Split Cut: Zamasu concentrates ki around his hand, utilizing it as a blade to slice through opponents.
- Heavenly Arrow: A variation of God Split Cut that allows for the extension of the blade or long-range projectile attacks.
- Energy Blade: He creates a ki blade around his hand to strike foes; multiple variations of this technique are at his disposal.
- Super Energy Blade: An enhanced version of Energy Blade, attainable after reaching a certain level of expertise.
- Planet Bomb: He generates a colossal Energy Sphere, akin to the Big Bang Attack, to unleash destruction.
- Black Kamehameha: A black-colored version of the Kamehameha used by Goku Black in his original future timeline.
- Instant Transmission: Black employed Instant Transmission to swiftly approach Trunks and launch an attack in the manga.
- Saiyan Power: Goku Black’s Saiyan Power allows him to gain power boosts when recovering from injuries, similar to other Saiyans. This power strengthens his connection between his “god mind” and Saiyan body.
Forms And Transformations:
- Super Regeneration: He possesses a superior regeneration ability, obtainable after reaching a higher level of proficiency.
- EX Regeneration: A passive skill in Dragon Ball Fusions, which gradually restores a moderate amount of Zamasu’s HP each turn.
- No specific fusion techniques or partners are mentioned in the provided information.
- No specific equipment is mentioned in the provided information.
Video Game Appearances:
Zamasu, the enigmatic character from the Dragon Ball series, has made his mark in several video games, showcasing his powers and abilities across various digital realms. Here are some of his notable appearances:
- Dragon Ball Heroes:
He enters the gaming scene as a playable character in Dragon Ball Heroes, premiering in the tenth installment of the God Mission series (GDM10).
- Dragon Ball Fusions:
Zamasu, under the moniker “Zamas,” joins the roster of playable characters as part of a free DLC update following the Version 2.2.0 Update. Players can explore his unique abilities and traits in this game.
- Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle:
While the majority of units bearing the corrupted Zamasu name in Dokkan Battle represent his future counterpart, the present Zamasu does make an appearance as a card alongside Gowasu. Another intriguing unit features Zamasu in possession of Goku’s body, aptly named “Zamasu (Goku).
These video game adaptations offer fans the opportunity to engage with the corrupted Zamasu character, providing a platform to experience his powers and adventures in the DragonBall universe.
List Of Characters Eliminated By Zamasu:
Zamasu, the enigmatic and powerful character in the DragonBall series, left his mark by eliminating several characters during his tenure:
- Babarian: He used the lethal “Instant Severance” technique to end the life of a Babarian.
- Gowasu: He unleashed the devastating “God Split Cut,” resulting in Gowasu’s demise. However, this death was ultimately reversed through the manipulation of time, with Shin (in the manga) and Whis (in the anime) providing Beerus with advance knowledge of the event.
- Rumsshi: As a consequence of Gowasu’s death, Rumsshi’s life link with him led to Rumsshi’s own demise. Like Gowasu, this fatality was undone thanks to time travel, granting Beerus advanced awareness of the impending tragedy.
- Zamasu’s name may have been inspired by the Japanese verb “zamasu“, meaning “to be.” This naming convention aligns with his former mentor, Gowasu.
- In the Funimation dub, Gowasu appears to playfully reference this linguistic connection by saying “Not to be” after Beerus destroys Zamasu.
- Zamasu held the unique distinction of being promoted from the position of Kai to that of Supreme Kai, albeit temporarily.
- During his time as a Kai, Zamasu was known to have a small, winged pig as his pet, reminiscent of King Kai’s pet monkey, Bubbles. Interestingly, both corrupted Zamasu and King Kai served as North Kais in their respective universes.
Zamasu’s anime attire shared a color scheme similar to Shin’s outfit in the manga, further highlighting the intriguing connections between characters in the DragonBall universe.