There is no shortage of forces of unbelievable destructive power in the legend of the Dragon Balls, although one of them – was introduced in Dragon Ball GT– standing above the rest is the most detrimental to the entire universe (and no, that’s not Hakai).
While fighters like Goku, Vegeta, Broly, and Frieza appear to be at the top of the food chain in Dragon Ball, they’re not. As it stands, the strongest warriors in Universe 7 are Beerus and Whis – God of Destruction and his angel. Whis is not exactly a warrior, as angels are forbidden to interfere directly in mundane affairs other than training and the occasional time slip. However, his base state is Perfect Super Instinct, which means no one can touch him. Lord Beerus, on the other hand, is heavily involved in mortal affairs, as he regularly destroys entire planets and sometimes challenges a worthy mortal to battle whenever he feels like it. feel the urge – with Beerus’ battle with Goku being a prime example. Although he possesses combat skill, Lord Beerus really doesn’t need it, as he can perform a technique shared by all Gods of Destruction: Hakai. Hakai is pure destruction. Whatever Beerus uses this technique against will cease to exist, all of its particles will disappear forever from the universe. Although Hakai is destructive in its most primitive form, it is nothing compared to the true greatest destructive force in the universe: Negative Energy.
Dragon Ball GT’s minus energy is more destructive than Hakai’s (for 1 reason)
In Dragon Ball GT episode 62 (written by Atsushi Maekawa, directed by Osamu Kasai, produced by Toei Animation), Goku and Vegeta are confronting Omega Shenron, although at the time, the Dark Dragon was of little concern. their best. Dark Dragons were born from the Yin Energy accumulated in the Dragon Balls with all the wishes granted to them in the past. After accumulating too much, the Dragon Balls cracked and released the mystical Yin Energy into the universe. While the energy gives life to the seven Shadow Dragons, much of the Subtract Energy remains ever-expanding and formless—a literal structure of pure carnage pervading the universe.
As explained by Kais in this episode, the Negative Energy emitted by the Dragon Balls will continue to propagate automatically from the source and will not stop until the entire universe is engulfed – and the resulting continuation Exposure to Negative Energy is catastrophic. Negative energy damages and destroys everything it touches, from the entire planet to the entire plane of existence, and it does so without being used or exploited by anyone. While Hakai is purely destructive, it must be transmitted by either the God of Destruction or a mortal capable of unlocking the Ultra Ego–unlike Minus Energy.
Once Minus Energy is unleashed on a universe, there’s nothing anyone can do to stop it. No one has to constantly weaponize Negative Energy for it to be as destructive as they need to do with Hakai, despite the fact that the universal destructive power between them is relatively equal. Therefore, Dragon Ball GT confirmed the most destructive power of the series is Minus Energy, not Hakai.