Hey everyone! Dragon Ball Super’s Tournament of Power is in its final stages now, with Universe 7 and Universe 11 fighting it out between themselves. Only one can emerge victorious here, and at the moment, Universe 11 looks to be in the front seat. We’ve got 7 minutes left in the Tournament of Power, so that’s about 7-8 more episodes at max. In the previous episode, we saw Vegeta get his new form and attacking Jiren along with Goku.
But that’s not all. Toppo’s fight against Gohan and 17 is heating up as well. Meanwhile, Freeza is unharmed from Dyspo’s attacks. Now, we have spoilers for Episode 124, and Episode 125 as well. So, we basically know what’s going to happen. If you don’t like reading spoilers, I suggest you leave the post. However, if you don’t mind being spoiled, then let’s begin.
The spoilers for Dragon Ball Super Episode 124 aren’t that interesting. They just state that Goku and Vegeta begin fighting against Jiren, and even though Jiren is getting pushed back, he starts powering up even more. We already knew this. On the other hand, the spoilers for Dragon Ball Super Episode 125 are different. There’s new content in there, and the episode looks like it will be focused on Toppo.
The title for Episode 125 is “Majestic! Advent of the God of Destruction, Toppo!”. It’s pretty clear that Toppo is powering up in this episode as well. According to the spoilers, Toppo is going to fight against Freeza, and 17 in Episode 125. They succeed in pushing him back. Just as they think they have the upper hand and Toppo might lose, something happens to him.
We don’t know what it is that happens to him, but I’m sure it’s a power-up. Toppo will likely rise to God of Destruction level in Dragon Ball Super Episode 125. That’s what the title hints at as well. Furthermore, it is interesting that Gohan isn’t fighting against Toppo anymore. In fact, Gohan isn’t even mentioned in the spoilers. Could it be that he is eliminated? I’m not sure, but it is a possibility.
It is also possible that he is busy fighting against Dyspo. I think a fight between Gohan and Dyspo would be very interesting. If that’s not it, then maybe they’ll both be eliminated in the next episode of Dragon Ball Super. At this point, all we can do is speculate. We’ll have more spoilers coming our way very soon, and hopefully, we’ll have something on Gohan as well.
The Counterpart To Zeno, One Who Created Everything
Hey everyone! Today, I want to tackle something really interesting about Zen’ou that has been on mind for a while now. Before I begin this post, I want to let you all know that this post is based on my opinion. It is a theory, and that’s all there is to it. If you don’t like reading theories, then i suggest you don’t continue. With that out of the way, let’s begin.
The main concern that I want to address in this post is Zen’ou. He was introduced in Dragon Ball Super during the Tournament of Destroyers, when Universe 6 took on Universe 7 in a bid to win the Super Dragon Balls. We were told that Zen’ou is really powerful, and that nobody comes even close. During the Black Saga, we saw the proof of that, as he proceeded to wipe out an entire timeline of Omniverse.
He did it like it was nothing. Along with Zen’ou, we were also introduced to the Daishinkan, or the Grand Priest. He was introduced shortly after Zen’ou. Now, the Grand Priest’s introduction was really weird. In a way, his job is the same as the Angels, who are all his children. The Angels are there to guide the Gods of Destruction. Similarly, the Grand Priest is there to guide Zen’ou.
He holds a very important job, and because of that, he is someone really powerful as well. But this certainly does get one thinking. If the Grand Priest is so similar to the Angels, then Zen’ou is like an OP version of the Gods of Destruction. He can destroy everything, but he doesn’t create life. We haven’t seen him do that so far.
So, this raises the question of who created everything? When you look at the lower pecking order, the Gods of Destruction are there to destroy, and the Kaioshin are there to create life.