"Dragon Ball Super" Tournament of Power participants from Universe 3 is revealed. The universe that is inhabited mostly by Androids and Cyborgs is expected to have members that are androids or cyborgs. Meanwhile, there are also surprises that happen in Universe 6 and Universe 7.
So far, the only Universes that are shown to have updates are Universe 7, with Goku and other "Z Fighters", and Universe 6, with Saiyans from Cabba's planet. There is little information about Universe 11, with Toppo taking the scouting duties. "Dragon Ball Super" Tournament of Power is getting nearer every episode, and with the ticking of the clock, more participants of the other universes are getting introduced.
While most of the participants from known Universes has Saiyans, the Universe 3 begs to differ. This universe is known to be intellectually advanced, with almost all inhabitants has mechanical parts. It is also a universe linked with Universe 10, which creates a twin universe, as learned by Dragonball Wiki. Mosco is its God of Destruction, a being that is mostly of mechanical parts and is a unique God of Destruction in "Dragon Ball Super".
Universe 3 will have robots that are specialized in specific fields to participate in "Dragon Ball Super" Tournament of Power. There are robots that are designed to not fall in the ring, and other specific tasks, as reported by Blasting News. Though there is an obvious weakness for this technique, just like the warrior that is designed to not fall in the ring. It can be crushed into pieces or obliterated still. There is still the possibility that there will be androids as powerful as Android 17 and 18.
The main talk in the Universe 7 will be Frieza's revival and his participation in the "Dragon Ball Super" Tournament of Power. This is somewhat a controversial decision for Goku. While Goku is on his way to recruit Frieza, Caulifla of Universe 6 successfully transformed into a Super Saiyan. She will then teach it to Kale, and the Universe 6 will be surprised with Kale's berserker Super Saiyan transformation.