The saga of the prisoner of the Galactic Patrol Dragon Ball Super now comes to an end with an incredible connection to the events told at the end of Dragon Ball Z. Let's find out together why Beerus and Whis weren't there after Majin Buu's defeat.

Despite the use of Ultra Instinct and Spirit Control, Goku and Vegeta had great difficulty defeating evil PierIn the end, this only succeeded thanks to the help of the Great Kaiohshin, who enabled Goku to access further divine energy and identify himself Uub a source of the same. The latter type is obvious Connection point between the super series and the final pages of Akira Toriyama's original manga, as he appears to be the warrior destined to become the new protector of the earth in Dragon Ball Super and to follow the protagonist.

Because of the new connection between the two acts, it is natural for many fans to be amazed where the god of destruction Beerus and the angel Whis were. During the fight with Molo the first one was ready to intervene, but afterwards both were called by the high priest unhappy with Merus' death. The alien actually sacrificed himself during the fight to allow Goku to master ultra-instinct, and Whis could indirectly be responsible for the character's sad epilogue that took place between the pages of Dragon Ball Super.

Waiting for a Punishment from the godsFans have speculated that it might understand the impossibility of Goku's two powerful friends to reappear on planet Earth. This would explain why the two did not show up during the protagonists' training in preparation for the 28th Tenkaichi tournament.

What do you think about it? What could they be the punishment of the gods? And where were Whis and Beerus at the end of Dragon Ball Z? Let us know with a comment.

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