In full fever for Dragon Ball, with Kakarot we can relive some episodes identical to anime. But Gohan's training is already far away, as well as his epic battle against Cell and his subsequent disintegration. Dragon Ball Super introduced characters and new universes to discover. If someone has left their mark during the last episodes of the anime, those are Beerus and Whis, his angel from Universe 7 that accompanies and serves him. While at first the God of Destruction was shown as a threat to Universe 6, the Tournament of Power changed that perspective. Beerus summoned Super Shenlong to make a wish in your secret language
From the context, it is quickly understood that Beerus and Whis have revived Universe 6 and all its inhabitants, but the manga used another language that had not been decoded so far. A Dragon Ball fan named Herms98 has found a way to understand the message, which use the Katakana alphabet in another way. Yes, the Japanese natives had the solution ahead all this time. According to this user, what they did in the manga was to move a letter down one of the alphabets used in Japanese writing. This was not seen later in the anime, since only the same message was used backwards.
In the DBS manga, Whis ’“ language of the gods ”when using the Super Dragon Balls after the U6 tournament is just Japanese shifted one letter down in the katakana alphabet. (Part 1 of several) pic.twitter.com/WW5VxuIqnR
– Todd Blankenship (@ Herms98) January 20, 2020
You can see the explanation in the previous Twitter thread, where the system used in detail transcribing the message
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