Dragon Ball Super has finally given new villain Moro the power of Ultra Instinct. It was a transformation that many fans suspected would occur - but then those hopes got somewhat dashed when Moro seemed to be on the ropes and ready for the final defeat. However, in the latest chapter of the Dragon Ball Super the tables get turned (in true Dragon Ball tradition), and Moro is able to make one last-ditch effort to seize the power of Ultra Instinct for himself. As with anything this villain does, the new ability quickly transforms Moro into yet another new form, for an epic battle with Ultra Instinct Goku!
Warning: Dragon Ball Super Chapter 65 SPOILERS Follow!
As stated, Dragon Ball Super Chapter 64 ended with Goku achieving Perfected Ultra Instinct and using that power to utterly embarrass Moro in battle. The chapter ended with Moro beaten down, crippled, and buried under rubble - but that wasn't enough for Goku to finish him off for good. In typical Goku fashion, the Saiyan warrior shows mercy to his opponent; Goku takes a timely Senzu Bean delivery from Krillin and uses it to restore Moro vitality.
Of course, while Goku is trying hard to provide redemption for Moro, the nefarious villain is busy looking for any kind of advantage. First, Moro tries to outright kill Goku in battle, but still can't best Ultra Instinct. So, instead, Moro adheres to the old adage, "If you can't beat 'em, join 'em." He spots his severed hand and remembers that he once absorbed the powers of Merus with it. Upon recovering the lost limb, Moro is able to 'upload' the full power of Ultra Instinct into his body
Like with Goku, Ultra Instinct makes Moro's body even leaner and harder than it was (additional ab row!). Ultra Instinct also replaces the dark eyeshadow and collar of his Android 73 form with a mane of silver hair on around his collar and legs, and silver eyes, and (presumably) matching eye-shadow coloring.
The function of Moro's Ultra Instinct is almost as terrifying as the form. Moro and Goku finally show us what a true battle between Ultra Instinct fighters looks like, with speed and power so insanely great that Goku can't even keep the battle confined to Earth, lest they destroy it. In fact, one fist-to-fist punch from Moro and Goku creates a shockwave that nearly wipes out Krillin and Galactic Patrolman Jaco, if not for a last-second save from Whis.0comments
In the end, Moro makes one grave miscalculation: Ultra Instinct requires a steady mindset, which can't be stolen. Moro's body ultimately pays the price for that mistake.