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WATCH: Goku unveils latest transformation on ‘Dragon Ball Super’ episode

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WATCH: Goku unveils latest transformation on ‘Dragon Ball Super’ episode

By: - Content Strategist / @KIbarrolaINQ
/ 04:43 PM October 10, 2017

Editor’s Note: This post contains spoilers for latest episode of “Dragon Ball Super”

The Dragon Ball saga’s main protagonist, Son Goku, has gone through several physical transformations over the years.

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From a rampaging giant ape to multiple variations of the Super Saiyan form, it seems that Earth’s mightiest protector has gone through every metamorphosis possible.

But in the latest two-part episode of “Dragon Ball Super” over the weekend entitled “The Ultimate Enemy Approaches Goku! Now, Let Loose! The Killer Spirit Bomb!!” (109) and “This is the Ultimate Battle of All Universes! Son Goku vs Jiren!!” (110), the heroic Saiyan once again tapped his seemingly limitless power to come up with a whole new form.

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Goku’s latest transformation is dubbed as “Migatte no Gokui” (身勝手の極意), which  translates to “The Key of Egoism,” according to Kotaku. The English version, meanwhile, categorized the look as “Ultra Instinct.”

Although Goku’s appearance did not change drastically unlike in his previous transformations, a piercing blue aura can be visibly seen surrounding his body.

Currently, Goku does not seem to have full grasp of his powerful new form, but is expected to fully utilize it in the coming episodes. /ra

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TAGS: "Ultra Instinct", Dragon Ball Super, Son Goku, Super Saiyan, Transformation
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