"It gets activated if you manage to stay in control of a strong shock in your emotions. This is Ultra Instinct." So Merus Goku explained what the secret was to learn how to use the divine technique at will. Absurdly complicated total control over your own feelings, even for the gods of destruction.

Currently, Goku has only managed to use an incomplete level of Ultra Instinct, a variant that tends to absorb a significant amount of energy from its owner. Indeed, it is no coincidence that the Saiyans had special difficulties against them numerous aces in the sleeve of Molo. Still, there is an apparently crucial detail that can lead to severe narrative inconsistency.

By watching the scenes of the story during the "omen"The protagonist does it Keep a cold attitude, completely in line with the expectations of a technology that brings your emotions to a standstill. And so it was with the first duel against Jiren and even against Kefla and Molo himself. Things change drastically with the shape of theUltra complete instinct, used on the occasion of the last fight against the ace in the hole of the 11th universe. In fact, during the duel with Jiren, Goku completely lost control of his feelings when he desperately tried to meet the viewers of the seventh universe.

The Saiyan’s anger reaction, which is decidedly more coherent with the Super Saiyan’s secrets, does not conflict somewhat with statements about Ultra Instinct. Why, unlike the gods of destruction, could Goku use the impossible technique without meeting the minimum requirements? However, the recent transformation introduced in the franchise may still sound ambiguous, and a clear explanation is needed before new elements are introduced.

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