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The Gods of Destruction (かいしん Hakaishin, lit. "Destruction God"), also called Destroyers in the Funimation dub, are deities who destroy planets, races, or threats that put the development of their respective universes at risk, as opposed to the Supreme Kais, the Gods of Creation, who create and fill planets with life, in order to maintain the balance of the universe.[1] Along with the Kais, they rule and oversee the formerly eighteen, currently twelve universes, with each universe having its own destroyer.

Unlike the Angels and the Supreme Kais, with whom they work alongside, and who are all members of the same species, respectively, both being naturally divine, the Gods of Destruction vary widely in species, with none sharing the same species, except for Beerus and Champa, who are twins, and are mortal-turned-divine individuals from naturally mortal species.

Overview

Originally, there was a God of Destruction for each of the then-existing eighteen universes until Zeno destroyed six of them, leaving only twelve at the time of their introduction in Dragon Ball Super. Once every millennium, the Kais and the Gods of Destruction go to each other's realms and hold a coordination meeting.[2] In some occasions, the gods can also come together to deal with threats to existence or stability of their universe or universes. Gods of Destruction, due to being considerably stronger than Kais by nature, are usually more capable of dealing with universal threats than Kais, however, they seem to have no obligation to heed the commands of Kais, and thus tend to be whimsical as to which threats to eliminate.

Despite their almost absolute authority, even the Gods of Destruction have restrictions. They are not allowed travel through time or allow anyone else to (though Whis can transport Beerus through time to the Time Nest where Chronoa resides if he wishes to speak with her or at her request as shown in the Xenoverse series). They are also prohibited from fighting each other unless requested or authorized in a safe area. In fact, if a God of Destruction violates these restrictions or isn't doing their job to the best of their ability, Zeno has the authority to remove or even erase them from the position and appoint a new Destroyer.

Personality

Though the Gods of Destruction may enjoy their duty, some going as far as to revel in it, they are not inherently evil, as some can be somewhat benevolent (in the case of Sidra), and do not seem to revel in their destruction but instead use their powers to enforce "justice" in their own universe by destroying only planets or anything which they consider evil (like Belmod and the Pride Troopers), and are actually well-mannered and kind-hearted when in a good mood or at ease. Also, at least in the cases of Beerus and Champa, food is their natural way to calm down and socialize, with them going as far as becoming friends with mortals if they are pleased well enough, though they remain serious and do not joke around when doing their job.

Also, unlike Angels, and like the Supreme Kais, they share the emotions that mortals possess and are prone to the same revolt and rage, which may cause them to commit abuse of their power, injustice, evil, and tyranny. While the Gods of Destruction are generally fearless of deities and mortals alike, they are shown to respect both the two Zenos and the Grand Minister due to their position and power. This fear causes them to ironically behave in a manner similar to how mortals and deities react when in the presence of a God of Destruction or a similarly powerful and/or high authority entity.

Beerus and Whis observing the destruction of Mogina

While Gods of Destruction may destroy any individuals that oppose them or causes them trouble through their actions (whether intentionally or accidentally), they may spare mortals whom they find useful even if they are evil, as Beerus tolerated Frieza and his empire despite Frieza being evil to the core, though this was due to Frieza's willingness to serve Beerus as his Agent of Destruction due to his fear of Beerus' power, which was so great that King Cold ordered both his sons (Cooler mentions being warned in Xenoverse 2) to never oppose Beerus. Similarly, though he was disgusted by Frost's true nature, Champa was willing to support him if he helped Team Universe 6 win the Tournament of Destroyers.

However, Gods of Destruction may tolerate such individuals due and only due to their power and ability to follow their instructions, as Beerus disliked the Saiyans of Planet Vegeta mainly due to King Vegeta's stinginess and his being foolish enough to try and deceive him, instead of simply following his orders, as the Saiyan King had tried to keep the universe's most comfortable pillow for himself rather than deliver it as the God of Destruction asked, which likely contributed to Beerus' decision to order Frieza to destroy Planet Vegeta, while someone like Frieza would have been more likely to follow Beerus' instructions to the letter, which may be why Beerus tolerated him. Beerus, however, allowed the surviving Saiyans to live, as they were good people who possessed power greater than Frieza, and he even allowed Goku and Vegeta to train on his planet due to his seeing them both as capable, rivaling him in strength, though this was mainly due to knowing they had little desire to usurp him and were unlikely to misuse that power (though he was not above threatening to destroy them when they did something to annoy him in order to keep them in line).

Additionally, even if they befriend mortals, Gods of Destruction are no more obligated to help them than their divine counterparts and some such as Beerus will even refuse to assist them on principle, though this is mainly for their benefit, as Gods of Destruction destroy mainly to encourage growth among the mortal population of their universe, thus Beerus' refusal is to prevent Bulma and the Z Fighters from relying on him to save the Earth from every crisis they can't handle, though this only applies to dealing with threats as Beerus may help them in indirect ways (such as providing information) and may destroy villains if they irritate him. In fact, one of Beerus' reasons for helping Goku kill Frieza by allowing Whis to assist was so Goku could correct his mistakes that had resulted in Earth's destruction, as it was Goku's naivety and overconfidence that lead him to underestimate Frieza's ruthlessness (thus it was meant to foster Goku's growth as a warrior). Beerus later decided he preferred Goku and his friends over the return of Frieza and his empire, only having Frieza revived after he assisted Team Universe 7 in winning the Tournament of Power even when it meant working alongside his hated enemies, though Beerus was fully aware that Frieza would seek his revenge once revived and only joined the team to save himself from being erased. However, Beerus was simply honoring the agreement that Goku made with Frieza (who was no threat to the God of Destruction himself), though Beerus likely trusted Goku and Vegeta to take care of Frieza and his empire, given that he was likely to seek revenge on them anyway.

Beerus was even less obligated to help Frieza when he was still in power and Champa felt no obligation to assist Frost if he failed as he remarked his dislike of Frost's evil nature, only willing to assist him as long as his power was an asset to him. Champa, however, had no problem with attempting to destroy Frost once he and the rest of Team Universe 6 lost the Tournament of Destroyers. However, some Gods of Destruction despise evil, such as Belmond and, to a lesser extent, Sidra (who was willing to work with assassins and even Frieza due to the threat posed by the Tournament of Power), thus are less likely to tolerate such individuals except in only the most extreme circumstances such as the Tournament of Power.

They, but not all, are shown to occasionally be short-tempered, to the extent that even the Angels know to steer clear from their path when their lords are pushed to the breaking point.

Additionally in the manga, with Belmond planning to retire he was more willing to find a successor. Though Beerus shows no indication he plans on retiring, he has taken an interest in Vegeta's potential and even starts training him during the Granolah the Survivor Saga, even informing the Saiyan Prince of his role in ordering Frieza to destroy Planet Vegeta. Through Beerus' training, Vegeta is able to achieve a new form which he dubs Ultra Ego. However this is partially motivated by a competition with Whis who has been training Goku in how to utilize Autonomous Ultra Instinct as his normal state, to determine which discipline is superior, Ultra Ego or Ultra Instinct.

In Dragon Ball Legends, Beerus with the assistance of King Kai is forced to set up the Tournament of Time after Shin is kidnapped by the tournament's mysterious "mastermind". Beerus is forced to comply due to his Life Link with the kidnapped Shin, thus he must be careful and cannot rely on the Dragon Team to handle the situation like he normally would. As a result, Beerus secretly forms Team Beerus to investigate the tournament discreetly with Goku supporting the team only when absolutely necessary. Like with the Project Zero Mortals affair, Beerus is more directly involved even to the point of protecting Earth's Capitol (which serves as the Team's primary base of operation due to the quality of its cuisine) when Vegeta and Nappa attempt to force Shallot to join them threatened to destroy it (though all he really did was threatening to Hakai Vegeta and defeating the ignorant Nappa with a simple Power Flick when he disobeyed Vegeta's order to stand down). However this is primarily due Shin's kidnapping being a serious crisis that required Beerus as God of Destruction to be more involved in dealing with the Mastermind and the chaos that resulted from the Tournament of Time. Beerus also confronts Babidi after the wizard identifies himself as Shin's kidnapper, though it is eventually revealed Babidi was just a puppet under the influence of the Dark Ki. Eventually the true Mastermind is revealed to be Zahha who had been secretly acting as a double agent to manipulate Shallot, Team Beerus, and their allies in order for his plan to have Shallot and his twin brother Giblet fight each other in their Super Saiyan God forms to complete the Omnificence Crystal, a failed prototype Super Dragon Ball. Though Beerus attempts to Hakai the traitorous Zahha after he reveals his true identity, the complete Omnificence Crystal negates the attack and Zahha then uses the crystal to perform Hakai on Beerus, present Goku, and Ultimate Gohan (Fusion Saga), though they are later revealed to have survived the attack. It is also revealed that Beerus had requested Champa and Vados assist Team Beerus should things go bad (it should be noted that Zahha's possession of the Omnificence Crystal, along with Future Zamasu and Goku Black allying themselves with the Mastermind's group makes the situation a potentially threat to the multiverse in addition to Universe 7).

Relationships with Other Deities

The Gods of Destruction are linked to the Supreme Kais of their universe, and, if all of the Supreme Kais were to die, the God of Destruction would too, as a way to maintain the balance of the respective universe.[3] Only the deities themselves and their assistants possess such knowledge, and only few outside superior high ranks including mortals have been entrusted with this knowledge.[4]

The Gods of Destruction are less vulnerable than the Supreme Kais in that sense, since they can continue to live on, as long as even a single Supreme Kai exists in their universe, whereas the death of a God of Destruction would instantly kill all Supreme Kais, regardless of how numerous. This link does not extend to the Apprentice Supreme Kais, however, as Gowasu's death caused Rumsshi to die despite Zamasu still being alive.

Beerus, the God of Destruction from Universe 7, is the one who sealed Old Kai in the Z Sword.[2] His administrative zone includes planet Earth. Each God of Destruction has an Angel attendant, like Whis for Beerus and Vados for Champa.

Despite the life-link and status as a god, a God of Destruction is not obligated to show respect or treat his or her associated Kai kindly. Beerus, for example, constantly belittles his universe's Kais and even went so far as to seal away Old Kai for some unknown offense. In the manga, Rumsshi threatens to kill his universe's Kai, Gowasu, if their summons to Zeno's palace was to berate their handling of Zamasu. Interestingly, while Beerus is careful to ensure no harm comes to his universe Supreme Kais, he never came into conflict with Kid Buu despite the Majin threatening to destroy them all on at least two occasions. However, on both occasions, Beerus was presumably asleep and unaware his universe's Supreme Kai were in trouble (Old Kai never mentioned Beerus or sought his assistance, possibly due to fear he might be sealed and the destruction that Beerus could cause if he were wakened from his nap prematurely). Thus in Universe 7, the Supreme Kai are more vulnerable when Beerus is asleep (presumably Whis is unable to assist without being expressly ordered to).

In the manga, it is stated that all the Gods of Destruction hold a grudge against Beerus because of his carelessness of falling asleep during Zeno's All Universe Hide and Seek Tournament, an antic that made Zeno furious and the other Gods of Destruction had to quickly plan to alleviate his anger, a life or death decision that they would always hold Beerus responsible for.

Candidates and Substitutes

Despite their immense power and longevity, Gods of Destruction are known to be capable of dying. Due to this, their angel attendant will seek out and train potential replacements. The candidates do not have to be of a divine race as mortals are selected as candidates if they possess adequate power. The only known God of Destruction candidate (破壊神候補 Hakaishin kōho) is Top of Universe 11,[5][6] although before, Jiren was chosen, but turned down the offer. Goku and Vegeta of Universe 7 were both offered candidate positions by their universe's guide angel, but turned down the offer due to simply wanting to become stronger on their own. Candidates, once chosen and accepted, can take on the power of destruction with training from an angel to control its power and Godly Ki. Additionally, in the Xenoverse series, Whis seeks to train Time Patrollers mainly in the hopes of finding potential candidates to replace Beerus, though the Supreme Kai of Time lashes out at him for trying to headhunt Time Patrol personnel when he asks the Future Warrior if they would like to be the next God of Destruction, thus presumably this practice is frowned on by Chronoa and Elder Kai, though they still permit Whis to work as an Instructor at the Time Patroller Academy. During a New Parallel Quest, Whis secretly requests the Time Patrol's assistance in helping him scout potential canididates to replace Beerus in the distant future as Whis notes Beerus should remain God of Destruction for quite sometime though he finds it preferable to have a perspective candidate (presumably due to the amount of training involved to prepare a mortal to acquire the divine power of a Destroyer).

Super Saiyan God SS (Evolved) Future Warrior (Female Saiyan) producing a Hakai Energy Sphere while performing Destructive Fission in Xenoverse 2

Both Beerus and Whis work as Patroller Academy Instructors allowing the Future Warrior to train under them. Completing Beerus' School Quest 4: "Lesson 3" allows the Future Warrior to learn Sphere of Destruction. Likewise in Dragon Ball Xenoverse, the original Future Warrior could also learn Sphere of Destruction by completing Beerus' training as their Master. As part of the Legendary Pack 1 DLC, the 2nd Future Warrior can randomly obtain Toppo (God of Destruction)'s Strike Super Skill Destructive Fracture by defeating Toppo (God of Destruction) in New Parallel Quest 145: "Other World Challenger" and can randomly obtain his Destructive Fission Ki Blast Ultimate Skill in New Parallel Quest 146: "Zen-Ohs' Earthly Excursion" by defeating Toppo (God of Destruction) during a Legendary Finish after clearing the PQ in under 15 minutes.

Gods of Destruction do not always work alone in their destruction and sometimes can appoint someone else the duty of destroying, thus becoming an Agent of Destruction (破壊の代行 Hakai no daikō).[7] The only example of this in Universe 7 being Frieza, who prior to Age 739 was known to aid Beerus in destroying things, and was also told by him to destroy Planet Vegeta. Beerus also allowed Frieza to maintain an galactic empire which controlled 70% of Universe 7. Presumably Beerus also tolerated the activities of other members of the Frieza Clan such as King Cold and Cooler, which is supported by King Cold advising both of his sons not to challenge Beerus, which may have played a role in allowing them to maintain a vast empire as they respected Beerus' position as Universe 7's Destroyer. After Frieza's resurrection, however, Beerus was less inclined to allow Frieza to act freely, as he allowed Whis to turn back time to prevent the Earth's destruction due to his love of Earth cuisine and having become acquainted with Goku and his friends.

In Universe 11, the Pride Troopers work under and/or are overseen by Belmod and, therefore, are also agents of destruction, though in their case, to destroy evil only. They also work with and even protect the Supreme Kai if need be.

In the lead up to the Tournament of Power, Sidra had Universe 9's Assassins act as agents of destruction, gifting their leader with some Energy of Destruction to use.

It should be noted that in Dragon Ball GT, the Luud Cult worships the Machine Mutant Luud whom they have been mislead to believe is their universe's God of Destruction, though in reality Luud is little more than a pretender who has usurped Beerus' title. Fortunately for Luud and his cultists, Beerus does not appear in GT.

In Super Dragon Ball Heroes: World Mission, in an alternate timeline their is a Universe 6 counterpart of Mr. Satan who unlike his Universe 7 counterpart is strong enough to be considered next in line to become Universe 6's God of Destruction and is actually stronger than the Time Patrollers Xeno Goku and Xeno Vegeta thus proving that his selection as a God of Destruction candidate is well deserved. This also reinforces the idea that pure Earthlings can become sufficiently powerful to become a God of Destruction candidate as shown by the Earthling Future Warrior in Xenoverse 2 and the Mr. Satan of Universe 6 in World Mission.

Future Trunks' Timeline

As a result of the actions of Future Dabura and Future Babidi, all the Kais of Universe 7 have been killed, and by extension, Future Beerus. Also, it is revealed that Future Zamasu and Goku Black have killed the other Supreme Kais from all universes and, by extension, all of the Gods of Destruction, rendering the evil duo, both of them Kais, as the only remaining gods save for Future Zeno. Due to this, the Kais' roles changed radically, taking the Gods of Destructions' place in destroying worlds for their own evil/selfish goals.[4]

Gods of Destruction

The 12 Gods of Destruction

  • Iwan (Universe 1)
    • Future Iwan (former God of Destruction: deceased)
      • Alternate Future Iwan
  • Heles (Universe 2)
    • Future Heles (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Heles
  • Mule (Universe 3)
    • Future Mule (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Mule
  • Quitela (Universe 4)
    • Future Quitela (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Quitela
  • Arak (Universe 5)
    • Future Arak (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Arak
  • Champa (Universe 6)
    • Future Champa (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Champa
  • Mr. Satan (Universe 6) (candidate; time rift only)
  • Beerus (Universe 7)
    • Future Beerus (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Beerus
    • Beavis (fictional God of Destruction)
    • Vegeta (God of Destruction's trainee)
  • Liquiir (Universe 8)
    • Future Liquiir (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Liquiir
  • Sidra (Universe 9)
    • Future Sidra (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Sidra
  • Rumsshi (Universe 10)
    • Future Rumsshi (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Rumsshi
  • Belmod (Universe 11)
    • Future Belmod (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Belmod
  • Top (Universe 11) (God of Destruction candidate)
  • Giin (Universe 12)
    • Future Giin (former God of Destruction; deceased)
      • Alternate Future Giin

God of Destruction Elite, God of Destruction Berserker, & God of Destruction Hero from Super Dragon Ball Heroes

Fusion Gods of Destruction

Power

Main articles: Aura of a God, Power of Destruction, and Ultra Ego The Gods of Destruction are among the mightiest entities in the multiverse, strong enough to be universally feared, not only by mortals, but even by other Gods. While Gods of Destruction are incredibly powerful beings, it is possible for a mortal to surpass one in power - with Jiren of Universe 11 being the first known individual mortal to accomplish this feat.

Gods of Destruction possess the Aura of a God and their signature ability is the Hakai. Even with training from their guide Angel, the Autonomous Ultra Instinct ability is hard for a God of Destruction to properly access and only Beerus has shown any skill with it.

It appears that the lowest level of power required to even be considered as a qualifier to be a God of Destruction is power on the level of the Perfected Super Saiyan Blue form, as Goku was able to use an imperfect copy of Hakai in this form, Beerus noted Vegeta was strong enough to be a candidate for God of Destruction in this form, and Top - a God of Destruction candidate - rivaled users of this form in power.

Despite each Destroyer holding the same authority and standard powers as another, their individual might and combat ability can vary. Champa is implied by both Vados and Beerus to be weaker than the latter, Belmod (in the anime) and Quitela (in the manga) are said to have previously defeated Beerus in arm-wrestling, with Belmod being referred to by Whis as being stronger than Beerus, though Beerus believes he wouldn't lose in actual hand-to-hand combat.

Sidra granting Energy of Destruction to the Universe 9's Assassins Boss

The aura of a God of Destruction

In the anime, all Gods of Destruction possess the potent "Power of Destruction". This power allows Gods of Destruction to "destroy" a particular object or being on contact without the need to fight, such as a planet or a criminal Kai as punishment. All Gods of Destruction also hold this power. This ability is absolute as it can even destroy non-corporal entities such as ghosts of deceased beings, as it is capable of destroying their souls; however, they cannot destroy immortals. The Power of Destruction can take energy form whereupon it is known as Energy of Destruction - powerful energy that can be used for both destructive and defensive purposes. As shown by Sidra, a God of Destruction can grant some of their destructive energies to other beings. This ability is not absolute however, as powerful entities can resist, nullify or even manipulate the Energy of Destruction for themselves, as displayed by Frieza and Vegeta.

In the manga, beings who can use the God of Destruction's signature Hakai technique display this fact through wearing a special golden earring. Unlike in the anime where all Gods of Destruction can use Hakai, only a few display this earring and ability in the manga, namely: Beerus, Champa, Belmod, Rumsshi and Liquiir. Arak possibly wears multiple sets of these on his "whiskers", while it unknown whether or not Heles wears one.

Contrary to the Supreme Kais, Gods of Destruction seem to manifest their godhood in raw destructive power, while Supreme Kais manifest it in the ability to create and spread life across the universe. Due to the nature of their abilities, Gods of Destruction have much higher combat abilities than their counterparts.

A God of Destruction's greatest weakness is their Life Link to all active Supreme Kais of their respective universe. If all said Supreme Kais are to die, so will their respective God of Destruction. They also gain immense longevity of several million years when given the position of being God of Destruction. As the Life Link is their Achilles' heel, the Gods of Destruction tend to be protective of the Supreme Kais of their Universe and presumably helps ensure that they will work together especially when the life of their Supreme Kai is threatened, as well as keeping the Gods of Destruction from destroying them, as shown by Beerus choosing to seal Old Kai rather than destroy him. After the death of Future Shin and Future Beerus, Goku Black killed Future Gowasu and recruited Future Zamasu to enact their Project Zero Mortals, then killed the Supreme Kais in each Universe resulting in the deaths of the remaining Gods of Destruction.

Despite their power and position, the God of Destruction govern each of their universes in different and sometimes more effective ways, as well as working on improving the long term development and evolution of their universe in a working relationship with the respective Supreme Kais. This effort helped some universes evade possible destruction in the Tournament of Power due to the better results of developing.

Gods of Destruction appear to have vast political power in their respective universes. An example in the anime being Frost asking Champa to have his crimes wiped free. Thus, it can be implied that a God of Destruction authority seems to go beyond just universal balancing, and they have recognized political influence. Interestingly, in the manga they are said to be able to eliminate anyone without due process. As a result, in the manga they are beyond the authority of mortal law enforcement such as the Galactic Patrol as any destruction and death they cause is lawful due to their power (both real and political) and divine status which presumably extends to their Angel Attendant given that Jaco overlooked the use of Temporal Do-Over by Whis under Beerus' orders during the Golden Frieza Saga though he may also have overlooked it due to its use leading directly to Frieza's second death.

Ironically, in the manga, it appears that the other Gods of Destruction who were spared from possible universal erasure are weaker in comparison to other Gods of Destruction of competing universes, as several of their attacks were ineffective against said Gods of Destruction, and they were later knocked out by the latter.

In Dragon Ball Fusions, EX-Fusions involving Beerus retain his position as Universe 7's God of Destruction. Additionally Kibeer Kai retains both Beerus' God of Destruction status and Kibito Kai's Supreme Kai status, while Whirus retains Beerus' God of Destruction status and Whis' Angel Attendant status. Any Freeform Fusions involving either Beerus and/or Champa also inherit their God of Destruction status. Also during the Timespace Tournament, Beerus asserted his authority as God of Destruction within the Timespace Rift first to stop the Time Breaker controlled Great Ape Broly after it revived following his battle with Tekka's Team and after Ultra Pinich destroyed the Timespace Rift and killed Super Saiyan Blue Goku, Beerus had Whis use Temporal Do-Over allowing to deflect Ultra Pinich's attack forcing him to flee in terror. Adult Goku and Vegeta stop Beerus from destroying Ultra Pinich as his fusees Pinich, Wanta, and Paprika are innocent as Cell and Frieza control the fusion.

In Dragon Ball Heroes, Gods of Destruction are shown to possess the ability to telekinetically throw small planets when using Super Star Break.

Transformation

Main articles: Destroyer Form and Ultra Ego

Vegeta's Ultra Ego transformation

Top's Destroyer Form

In both the manga and anime, a state is attained by one who has received God of Destruction training and has gained the ability to use the powers of one. In order to access this transformation, one must make the conscious decision to embrace destruction. This can also change the user's mentality making him/her sadistic in nature an putting the user at risk of being undermined by his/her own ego.

In the anime and Heroes manga, God of Destruction candidates are able to channel the full force of their Energy of Destruction, allowing them to access a Destroyer Form. In this state, the user's body gains a large increase in muscle mass and definition. The user's skin tone becomes much darker and his/her sclera turn light purple. The user also gains a red symbol identical to the cuirass of a God of Destruction of a particular universe on his/her chest extending to the midsection. The user's aura is purple in color and completely made of Energy of Destruction, allowing anything it touches to be instantly destroyed, they can utilize Energy of Destruction for offensive and defensive purposes like coating his/her body in aura and strengthening their attacks in order to overcome other opponents. When the user is fully charged up in this state, the markings on their body turn a glowing purple color.

In the manga, those trained in the ways of destruction are able to use the Ultra Ego transformation. The user gains larger, more defined muscles, their hair becomes spikier and their brow ridges become hairless and very pronounced, similar to that of Super Saiyan 3. They also gains colored eyes irises with visible pupils.

Trivia

Gotenks calls himself a "God of Destruction" in Legendary Super Warriors

  • God of Destruction is a title used by several other characters in the Dragon Ball franchise:
    • Frieza - Although Frieza never claimed the title for himself, Roh once commented that Frieza was more of a God of Destruction than Sidra, who actually held the title, upon witnessing the tyrant's cruel nature and impressive power.
    • Cell – A Bio-Android referred to as a "God of Destruction" in the Japanese title of the episode "Cell is Complete" (戦闘力無限大!! セルという名の破壊神誕生; lit. "Infinite attack power! A God of Destruction called Cell is born").
    • Kid Buu – Was described like a God of Destruction by Shin. This is fitting as he came very close to killing all the active Supreme Kais of Universe 7 which would have in turn killed Universe 7's God of Destruction.
    • Luud – A Machine Mutant worshiped as a God of Destruction by the Luud Cult, who is an antagonist in Dragon Ball GT. However, Luud is actually a false deity created by Dr. Myuu to gather energy for Baby.
    • Syn Shenron – A Shadow Dragon who, upon reabsorbing the other six Dragon Balls, proclaims himself as a "God of Destruction".
    • Gotenks – Calls himself a "God of Destruction" when formed in Dragon Ball Z: Legendary Super Warriors.
    • Broly was called a "Destruction God" in Goku's mission to fight Broly, and the "God of Destruction" in Gohan's mission to fight him in Dragon Ball Z: Supersonic Warriors 2. There is also a Capsule Skill exclusive to Broly in Dragon Ball Z: Budokai 3 called "God of Destruction Body Wrap."
    • Future Warrior - In Xenoverse 2, during the story mission "The Pudding Problem - Beerus' Fury", The Future Warrior must help Whis subdue Beerus after the latter flies into a fury. After reducing Beerus' health to a certain amount, Whis will admit that he is impressed that a mortal could be so powerful, saying that the Future Warrior surpasses Super Saiyan God Goku in strength and may one day surpass Beerus himself, and offers the Future Warrior the job of "God of Destruction", to which Chronoa refuses to allow as she tells Whis she will not have him stealing any Time Patrol personnel. After the story mission, Beerus appears in Conton City by the Patroller Academy and becomes available as an Instructor for the Future Warrior, teaching them his skills as Universe 7's God of Destruction. Additionally, the Future Warrior can unlock "God of Destruction" as a title for their Play Data profile. Additionally, the Saiyan Future Warrior can achieve their Super Saiyan Blue form through Whis after reaching Level 90 and achieving maximum friendship with Whis. Whis himself, before granting them the transformation, notes that their own power may have even surpassed the gods. He also states that the power of this transformation surpasses the gods themselves. The Saiyan Future Warrior can also achieve the Super Saiyan Blue Evolved form.[8]
  • In Xenoverse 2 Masters Pack DLC, Whis mentions after the Future Warrior completes his training that "With abilities like yours, entry into the championship to decide the next God of Destruction wouldn't be out of the question." indicating that there may be some sort of tournament or competition involved in selecting a God of Destruction's replacement.
  • All the Gods of Destruction and their attendants are named after alcoholic drinks: Beer(us), Whis(key), Champa(gne), (cal)Vados, Rum(sshi), Gi(i)n, Quileta(Tequila) and so on. The gods of Universe 6 are also named after finer drinks than the gods of Universe 7, since champagne and calvados are generally considered higher-class than beer and whiskey.
    • That said, Beerus' name was originally based on "virus".[9] However, series creator Akira Toriyama thought it was a pun on beer and named Whis as a pun on Whiskey, leading to the alcoholic naming trend which was repeated with Vados and Champa.
  • Though Gods of Destruction are prohibited from traveling through time, this rule is seemingly ignored in the Xenoverse series, as Beerus is allowed to travel from Age 778 to the Time Nest in Age 850 (in Xenoverse), as well as from Age 779 to the Time Nest in Age 852 (in Xenoverse 2) via Whis' Warp. Gods of Destruction may be permitted to travel through time if the Supreme Kai of Time or a God of Creation assisting them asks for their assistance.
    • However in New Parallel Quest 142: "Timespace Tussle", Chronoa admonishes Champa for treating time travel as a form of vacation (which is presumably a reference to "New Parallel Quest 105: "Champa's Hellish Holiday" where Champa goes on a sightseeing tour of Hell) and tasks her Time Patrollers with defeating him, Vados, and Hit when Champa refuses to return to his proper time.
    • Additionally after the Time Patrol fixes alterations during the Tournament of Destroyers, Vados discreetly visits the Time Nest to check things out (either bypassing Chronoa & Elder Kai's defensive barrier or being allowed due to her status as a Guide Angel as the reason for her presence is to observe the situation as any alterations to history could impact her universe and presumably to ensure Chronoa isn't playing favorites by assisting Team Universe 7 due to the Time Nest being located on the edge of said universe). However both Champa and Vados are permitted to visit Conton City like Beerus and Whis.
    • However if spoken to in the Time Nest, Vados does note to the Future Warrior that it is improper for a God of Destruction like Beerus to travel through time.
  • In Dragon Ball Fusions, God of Destruction appears as a passive Skill available to both Champa and Beerus which causes them to do 30% extra damage. This skill is also inherited by Beerus' EX-Fusions Whirus, Kibeer Kai, and Gorus as well. Presumably, the skill represents the destructive power of their position which is inherited by Beerus' fusions.
  • The Gods of Destruction may be based on different kinds of beings and creatures, perhaps ones from different mythologies and fiction, such as:
    • Sidra appears similar to a Dwarf, a Norse mythological creature.
    • Rumsshi bears a resemblance to the Hindu deity, Ganesh, due to his humanoid form and elephant-like head and face. This has resulted in controversy surrounding the character.
    • Belmod bears the appearance of a clown. He is somewhat similar to Pennywise from It - another name given to Consumption, the Eater of Worlds that existed before the universe and is opposed by The Turtle, a force of creation from the same place that Consumption came from. This lend some similarity to Belmod and Pennywise as Gods of Destruction.
    • Heles appears to be similar to the Egyptian goddess of love and beauty, Hathor. A goddess who when infuriated has the ability to turn into her alter-ego, the warrior goddess Sekhmet.
    • Mosco appears to incorporate design elements Luud from Dragon Ball GT as a reference to Luud's "status" as a God of Destruction.
    • Liquiir bears resemblance to the nine-tailed Fox Spirit from Eastern mythologies.
  • Unlike the other Gods of Destruction, Quitela and Sidra are the only two not to have golden rings around their shoes.
  • It was noted by Whis that there used to be 18 universes, which means there should at least be 6 more Gods of Destruction in the series. This could mean that the gods have been erased along with their universes.
  • According to Beerus, the reason that the Gods of Destruction are not able to learn to fully use the Autonomous Ultra Instinct is because their inherent natures prevent them from achieving the emotional balance necessary to master the ability.

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