Dragon Ball Super: Episodes 98–101 titles revealed


Episodes 98–101 titles for Dragon Ball Super have been revealed and they give us some insight on whats to come.

The Tournament of Power is finally here in Dragon Ball Super‘s “Universal Survival” saga. The tournament pits eight out of the twelve existing universes against each other. Each universe will select ten of their strongest warriors to participate in a “Battle Royale” style match. The losing universes will be eliminated by the Omni-Kings.

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We saw in the recent episode each universe arrive at the World of Void (where the tournament will be held). With everyone ready, all that remains is for the tournament to begin. We anticipate many epic storylines to play out. Knowing how the Dragon Ball franchise is structured, this story will definitely be spread out across many episodes.

The only remaining question: what can we expect in the tournament? Well, thanks to Twitter user @Herms98, we have translations for episodes 98–101:

"Episode 98: “All in Vain! The Universes Despair!”Episode 99: “Krillin’s Hidden Strength!!”Episode 100: “The Berserker Awakens!”Episode 101: “The Warrior of Justice Closes In!”"

It appears we should expect some epic moments in the upcoming episodes. Episode 98’s title is a bit vague, but it promises to focus on each universe so we can expect a lot of development. Episode 99’s title is quite surprising since Krillin has been flying under the radar entering the tournament. Dragon Ball Super has yet to fully focus on Krillin’s ability and strengths, so it is worth wondering what we can expect.

Episode 100 seems to be the most anticipated of the bunch. Ever since the debut of the trailer for the “Universal Saga,” we’ve been itching to see the “female Broly” in action. It seems Episode 100 will grant our wish. The episode promises utter carnage from Kale, and we only hope it lives up to the epic hype.

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As for Episode 101, it could either focus on Jiren or Toppo. The Pride Troopers have been known to fight for Justice, and their leader, Toppo, embodies this philosophy. Jiren, on the other hand, is their strongest warrior (and arguably the strongest in the tournament), so it is plausible to believe he’ll be the focus. In any event, the tournament already promises to be action-filled.

Dragon Ball Super airs on Crunchyroll Saturdays at 7:15 pm. CST.