A Hopeful Final Barrier! One of the most recurring tropes in the Akira Toriyama's Dragon Ball franchise, to the point of parody at times, is the concept that the fighters throughout the iconic manga and anime franchise consciously hold back from using their full potential in combat. For the past several episodes of Dragon Ball Super , Jiren has similarly teased that he had only been using a fraction of his true power during the entire Tournament of Power, briefly unleashing its full force when angered by Goku after nearly being eliminated from the martial arts competition. With Jiren as the only remaining fighter in the contest of champions opposing the main characters from Universe 7, the Universe 11 Pride Trooper appears nonplussed that he is outnumbered by Goku, Vegeta, Frieza and Android 17 in the final minutes of the tournament, despite the fate of his entire universe being at stake. As the Z Fighters launch simultaneous attacks to the fully powered Jiren, the stoic warrior easily outmatches them all though Android 17 is successful in landing a blow visibly injuring his opponent and proving that, even at his most powerful state, Jiren is still not completely invulnerable. As the fight rages on, Belmod, the God of Destruction of Universe 11, finally provides the backstory of the sullen, silent champion. Belmod explains that Jiren's parents, friends and, eventually his martial arts teacher were all killed by a powerful villain in Universe 11 while the fighter was just a boy. With his family and many of his friends dead, and his remaining surviving friends leaving him, the traumatized Jiren grew to deeply distrust personal relationships and cut himself off from others for the rest of his life. Instead, Jiren focused entirely on bettering himself physically and attaining new levels of combat strength, dismissing an offer to become Universe 11's next God of Destruction in favor of continuing to focus on his own advancement. Hearing his opponent backstory for the first time, Android 17 deduces that Jiren is planning to use the Super Dragon Balls to resurrect his former martial arts teacher while all the other universes would be completely erased from existence by the Grand Zeno overseeing the tournament.
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By creating an account, you verify that you are at least 13 years of age, and have read and agree to the Comicbook. One of the strongest additions to Dragon Ball Super 's Tournament of Power was Universe 11's Jiren, but as the series went on it never quite revealed what Jiren would wish for if he had won. The manga run of the series has changed quite a bit of how the Tournament of Power has progressed, and one of those changes had Jiren finally reveal what he would wish for if he wins: to bring someone back to life. Jiren's suitably boring wish: to resurrect his master, who's named after "Kitchen" also suitably.
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