Finally, everything we said about Vegito, and his joining the saga of Trunks was true. While there were official hints about his possible appearance, nothing was confirmed until the premiere of Chapter 65, which resulted in the episode number 66, where the warrior appeared. Overall, the appearance of Vegetto is the same as in "Dragon Ball Z." This time, he is in Super Saiyan blue phase, with a really powerful technique, which was revealed in Japan. Next, we will be sharing all the new information about the long awaited return of this powerful warrior, and everything about his new technique, and his possibility of beating fused Zamasu.

The plot

This new technique is the Final Kamehameha, a technique used 2 times by Vegito against Majin Buu. This technique combines the powers of two techniques of the fused warriors.

(Goku's Kamehameha), and Final Flash (or final glow) of Vegeta, hence the name KameHameHa Final. Many fans will seem that the technique actually takes more power than the Galick Ho, However, Akira Toriyama originally thought of merging that technique with Goku's, but finally decided on the Final Flash.

What is Vegito's new technique?

The technique is about holding hands in the position of the Final Flash, until one gathers all the energy needed, throwing the ball of energy in the same way of the KameHameHa. Power is highly efficient, and if we consider that now Vegetto can become a Super Saiyan Blue, it is highly likely that this technique can seriously hurt Zamasu. Even in the preview of the episode 66, it’s seen as Vegito puts his hands in a clearer position, referring to the Final Flash.

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Of course, with this technique, it is not possible to beat Zamasu, who still remains immortal, but at least it could weaken him enough. Next, we will show you the progress of chapter 66, with some leaked information about this saga. Enjoy it, and stay tuned. And, in the meantime, we await the arrival of the next chapter. The saga continues to get more and more interesting, giving fans more to look forward to.