Goku Black has killed almost all human beings and with them Bulma, who’s the scientific mind behind the time machine. Trunks feels hopelessness for not having his greatest ally at his side. Thanks to Bulma’s willing to save the earth Trunks got the ammount of energy enough to travel one more time to the past.
Trunks lets Mai know of Bulma’s death, and they go to find a way to the past when Goku Black intercepts them killing Mai
Trunks realises that Black’s able to track on him easily. Suddenly a huge ammount of destructive energy appears and a fiercy brutal battle starts. The enemy form looks very terrifying causing Trunks to be overwhelmed by such power and leaving Trunks without any chance to save Mai from the evil enemy after she tried to protect Trunks from his beam attacks.
Unfortunately, Trunks has to suffer seeing another loved one die in front of him. Trunks has to deal with this repeatedly through the multiple states of time that the universe of events of the future takes place. The fact of needing to return to the past is a pattern that is repeated from the Androids and the Cell’s saga. If this wasn’t for such events, there would be no recurring bridge between the misfortune that continually accompanies the future of the Z Warriors.
In the same way the truth that prevails to everything is that Trunks has never given up because the spirit of struggle and protection that surrounds his heart counts with the fierceness and courage that his father and mother have engendered in him, making him the warrior of hope
Goku Black Facts
Goku Black meets all the requirements that a super villain can have. Infinite ability to increase his powers and a large amount of destructive energy whose main feature is to be the counterpart of Goku’s, character whose spirit has been the creation model of such a villain, worthy of being depicted as an anti-god.