Then they get serious and start fighting for real. Murasaki slashes Goku and Goku slashes back with the Power Pole, causing a crash and they jump away from each other. Goku counterattacks with a few more Power Pole slashes, which Murasaki barely blocks. Ultimately, Goku leaps in the air, slashes again with his Power Pole, and the sword breaks in two.
Video Game Appearances
- Dragon Ball: Advanced Adventure
- Dragon Ball: Revenge of King Piccolo
- Dragon Ball: Origins 2
- Dragon Ball Z: Dokkan Battle
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse
- Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2
- Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot
In Advanced Adventure, Sasanishiki is trophy No. 30.
In Revenge of King Piccolo, Sasanshiki is a treasure item found in Stage 2.
In Origins 2, Murasaki and his Sasanishiki are seen in the trophy gallery.
In Dokkan Battle, Ninja Murasaki wields his Sasanishiki.
In Kakarot, Sasanishiki is referenced by the Sasanishiki Shard item and its Memorial Spot entry "The Nefarious Ninja Murasaki", which tells of Goku's assault on Muscle Tower and breaking Sasanishiki with his Power Pole, with the Sasanishiki Shard being its broken remains. Goku doesn't recognize it as Ninja Murasaki's sword, as he simply notes it is broken and looks pretty cheap. Once collected, it will be kept in the playable Z Fighters Event Item inventory for the rest of the game.
- Murasaki's sword is called "Sasanishiki", like the Japanese rice from Sendai.
- The Murasaki Brothers have swords that look exactly like Murasaki's. Of Murasaki's four brothers, Kon is the one who uses it the most.
- A continuity error is Murasaki's sword being broken by Goku's Power Pole, yet in later scenes, he has it again (namely those where he threatens Dr. Flappe). However, he could have taken a sword from one of his brothers.