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. 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. 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.
Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods - Wikipedia
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gods of destruction
The Gods of Destruction, also known as Destroyers, are among the most powerful beings in the world of Dragon Ball. The mythology behind these divine beings originated in the movie, Dragon Ball Z: Battle of Gods , before becoming one of the central concepts of Dragon Ball Super. A God of Destruction is an extremely powerful deity whose purpose is to destroy.
It was the first Dragon Ball movie in 17 years to have a theatrical release, the last being the tenth anniversary movie in , and the first to use digital ink and paint , which followed the first three Dragon Ball films and the thirteen Dragon Ball Z films. Unlike previous theatrical Dragon Ball releases, this was a full feature-length production with a stand-alone release and not shown as part of the now-discontinued Toei Anime Fair formerly the Toei Manga Matsuri. Madman Entertainment acquired the Australasian rights and screened the movie at the Japanese Film Festival in Australia before screening the English dub to select theaters in August