Today’s episode on Dragon Ball Super losses one major Dragon Ball Z fighter. While saving Goku-Vegeta from Jiren’s deadly KI attach, Android 17 counter attack it and cause self-destruction along with it. By doing so, he made Jiren’s attack nullified but it cost him to lose his life forever.
From the leaked spoilers, all DBS fans already knew that No. 17 is going to eliminate from the Tournament of Power but they didn’t know that Dragon Ball Super will take such an unexpected turn.
Some of the fans guessed that this was a violation of Tournament’s rule and Jiren’s should have receive penalty for it. But according to the Great Priest, it was Android 17’s self-destruction, not Jiren’s own attack that causes his death.
The guys entered the franchise as a villain who sought to kill Goku and in this year, he just save his life by giving himself.
Last year, when fan-favorite character-Android 17 joined the Universe 7’s team, no one expects him to do such a wonderful performance in the fight. Series just gave him MVP title and we don’t have any rights to forget his sacrifices.
Over a social media, fans respect his decision over his team and appreciate him but it felt very sad to see such a splendid character left the series without giving any notice.
Here are fans reaction over a Twitter media who made their own opinions about Android 17’s tribute.
One year ago if someone told me that this guy was going to become one of my favourite characters in DB, I would've laughed 😩 pic.twitter.com/L6lRuUPjum
— Ken Xyro ᕕ( ᐛ )ᕗ (@KenXyro) February 11, 2018
17's last words (since I'm sure he will never ever get revived, not ever). Another example of his longstanding love of stuff that seems human (人間臭い), which goes all the way back to him opting to drive to Goku's place instead of fly in the original series. pic.twitter.com/FXDKC3j1mw
— Todd Blankenship (@Herms98) February 11, 2018
Android 17 is MVP… I can’t believe a character I never cared for, never used in any game, just became one of my favorite characters.
— Bardock Obama 🐝🇩🇴 (@SavinTheBees) February 11, 2018
Android 17 is the best character in Dragon Ball Super.
— KING AZURE (@SacredFireNegro) February 11, 2018
Arguably best scene of Episode 127
Android 17 Sacrifice!
We Will Never Forget!
Thank you No.17!
You are a Real Human! pic.twitter.com/JMbVT2Aozl
— Josie Wales (@DragonStar2017) February 11, 2018
Android 17 pic.twitter.com/4vyYQBCGgr
— Kaz Kaan ⚡️ (@LOOT_Raichu) February 11, 2018
I have said since the re-introduction to Super. Android 17 is the best fan-service that could've been provided with the Tournament of Power arc. We don't deserve you, precious cinnamon roll. pic.twitter.com/FrCW0vmAaQ
— Chase (@CrimsonCBAD) February 11, 2018
Can you believe there are actually people who don't want Android 17 playable in DBFZ, he's consistently been MVP this entire arc. He deserves all the respect! pic.twitter.com/yyruhEbaQB
— Tsuntenshi (@Tsuntenshi) February 11, 2018
First things first RIP Android 17
— VI Seconds (@visecs) February 11, 2018
— Junior Galette (@JovaisG) February 11, 2018
Android 17….. pic.twitter.com/kLrW9JWhLE
— John X (@48john) February 11, 2018
— jack (@msmp__) February 11, 2018
*Android 17 sacrifices him self*
— Von ♐™️ (@dev_bando13) February 11, 2018
RIP ANDROID 17 😭😭😭😭😭😭 retweet asap pic.twitter.com/p81chTL1RM
— Escanor abbara (@jasperabbara) February 11, 2018
In loving memory of our fallen hero #android17 , i would like everyone to take this time to reply to this tweet with some words they would like to say about him
— CarNeezy (@ItsAfroBoiii) February 11, 2018
I swear android 17 deserves the MVP award in T.O.P. …smh to be 1 out of 5 people left is really a accomplishment. I’m still annoyed gohan didn’t have a great moment like he did when he fought cell; or buu. But what ever, good shit 17!
— 🤴🏾Founder Of Anbus ✇🎭 (@AnbuBlackOp_) February 5, 2018
Android 17 the greatest MVP of the entire tournament. pic.twitter.com/pxTKiAqJrN
— nexus (@NumbNexus) February 11, 2018
|Universe Survival Saga is the fifth major Saga of Dragon Ball Super under the name Tournament of Power Saga. The Arc has featured a continuous battle of elites from each universe. Dragon Ball Super anime will airs on Crunchyroll Saturdays at 7:15 p.m. CST. Toonami will begin airing the English dubbed of the original Dragon Ball Super on Adult Swim Saturdays at 9:30 p.m.|