Mai shared the same past events with her present counterpart before Trunks used Time Machine to travel to the past. Their timing was during the Android 's attack on Earth , however, and the death of Piccolo rendered them inert from that point on; their wish turned them into infants. The trio planned to escape as Mai looked at baby Trunks in the eyes. Mai, now an adult, led one of resistance cells to continue the fight. She met Trunks and they eventually collaborated to corner Black, leading him into an area full of explosives. When the plan proved ineffective, Trunks stepped in to confront Black, but was easily defeated.
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And the fact that you keep going out there is what gives the rest of us courage. I would have given up a long time ago if it wasn't for you. Mai assists Trunks and the others throughout the entire story arc. In the end, Fused Zamasu had merged with the multiverse itself, causing Future Zeno to erase it. She is one of the three survivors and now lives in the new future timeline where another Future Mai exists - thanks to Whis warning Future Beerus of Zamasu's Project Zero Mortals. Future Mai is a young-looking and tall woman with fair skin.
It only takes a minute to sign up. Connect and share knowledge within a single location that is structured and easy to search. In the future Trunks timeline the Dragon Balls have been destroyed, during the Android Saga, the Pilaf Gang should not be able to wish for youth.
Alongside companions Pilaf and Shu, Mai was brought back into the supporting cast with Battle of Gods. Taking into consideration how infrequently Mai appears and the odd roles she fills, Dragon Ball fans missed quite a lot about the former villain. In the manga, Mai and the Pilaf gang are only introduced at the end of the arc, simply serving as the final villains. Even beyond this first arc, however, Mai only appears twice more in the manga in the Red Ribbon Army and Demon King Piccolo arcs, whereas the anime peppers in even more filler for the Pilaf gang, periodically reminding viewers that Mai and her cohorts exist. Although Mai may not be as prevalent in the manga as fans of the anime may have otherwise thought, she does still have an important role to play during the first story arc.