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Please note that this is the Dragon Ball Universe Wiki's article on the will of the merged Zamasu. If you are looking for the article on the alternative present timeline counterpart of Zamasu commonly called "Gokū Black" then you should head to Gokū Black. For other uses, see Zamasu (disambiguation).

Infinite Zamasu
Epithet Infinite Zamasu (無限ザマス, Mugen Zamasu)[1]
Personal Data
Universe 7th Universe Symbol 7th Universe
Galaxy Milky Way, North Galaxies
Birthplace Earth
Status Erased
Gender Male Icon Male
Voice Actors
English James Marsters
Japanese Shin'ichirō Miki
Professional Status
Team(s) Zero Mortals Executioners
First Appearance
Anime Debut DBS067
Image Gallery

Zamasu (無限ザマス, Mugen Zamasu; Viz "Zamas"; Literally meaning "Infinite Zamasu")[1] was the remaining cloud-like will of the merged Zamasu after losing his physical body.


This incarnation of Zamasu has completely lost any semblance of sanity he had prior to losing his physical body. Unlike his previous selves, he seems to no longer care about preserving the world and converting it into his own vision of utopia, and is ultimately driven by a single-minded desire to eradicate humanity.


Zamasu appears as a disembodied, spectral head of his former self, covering the planet in a giant mass.



Although his physical body is destroyed, Zamasu retains his immortality as he survived in the form as a strange, gas-like cloud and could merge himself with the universe.

Ki Usage

Part IV

"Future" Trunks Arc

Main article: "Future" Trunks Arc After his physical body being destroyed by Trunks' ultimate attack, Zamasu's energy is spread across not only the 7th Universe but the entire future multiverse, which haves an effect on the present due to the crack in time created by Goku Black's Time Ring. Unable to defeat Zamasu, Gokū summons Zen'ō, who finds Zamasu annoying, leading to him destroying the Kaiōshin along with the future multiverse.[2]

In Other Media

Video Games

Zamasu appears in Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2 in a cutscene where he invades the Time Nest in an attempt to destroy the Time Patrol. However, he is erased from existence by the Zen'ō.


  • The only time this Zamasu was ever shown speaking was in Dragon Ball XenoVerse 2.
  • The manga version of this version of Zamasu was merely Zamasu (Merged) continually cloning himself over and over and over again after his body is blown apart.



  1. 1.0 1.1 Dragon Ball Super Box #6, Booklet
  2. Dragon Ball Super episode 67
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