The Gods of Destruction destroys planets by his own judgement to maintain balance within the universe. There are twelve designated Gods of Destruction for each universe. However, there were once 18 before Zenoh destroyed six of them because he was slightly agitated. To become a God of Destruction, one must be chosen by the current God of Destruction and the current God of Destruction must train the candidate to replace them. Though, you do not have to be the God of Destruction of one’s native universe, as Beerus, the God of Destruction of the Seventh Universe, and Champa, the God of Destruction of the Sixth Universe, are twin brothers but the God of Destruction of different universes. Beerus also suggested for Vegeta to become the God of Destruction of another universe after their sparring match.
As a God of Destruction, the God of Destruction is given a servant to be their martial arts teacher and their attendant. The Angels assist the God of Destruction and train them in the martial arts to become stronger and various techniques for battle. They also help their God of Destruction for decisions for the fate of the universe, but the God of Destruction’s judgement overrides theirs. The Angels also train the God of Destruction to become better mannered and will reverse their mistakes with the Do-Over ability.
In the hierarchy of the gods, the God of Destruction rank the same as the Daikaiohshin. The Kaiohshins and the Gods of Destruction do not get along well, but once every millennium, the Kaiohshins and the Gods of Destruction go to each other's worlds and hold a coordination meeting. In a meeting, the God of Destruction Beerus sealed Roh-Kaiohshin in the Z Sword because the gods were disputing over some trifling thing, and Beerus was afraid of his power. Beerus did not destroy the Kaiohshin World because it would have been improper. However, the Gods of Destruction and the Kaiohshins work together to make their universe developed by destroying and creating. The Gods of Destruction and the Kaiohshins are connected to each other, meaning if the Kaiohshin die, the God of Destruction dies because of balance and vise versa.
Known Gods of DestructionEdit
- The Gods of Destruction's names are puns of various alcoholic beverages.
- ↑ Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods
- ↑ Dragon Ball Super Manga Chapter 28
- ↑ Dragon Ball Super Manga Chapter 27
- ↑ Chouzenshuu 1, 2013
- ↑ Dragon Ball Manga Chapter 479
- ↑ Saikyo Jump June 2014 Issue
- ↑ Dragon Ball Super Manga Chapter 15