God of destruction are some of the most powerful beings in the entire Dragon Ball multiverse, and although no one really knows where they come from, Dragon Ball GT confirmed that they can be crafted with Dragon Balls (in a very specific case).
Very little is actually known about the God of Destruction. The first God of Destruction ever introduced was Lord Beerus in Dragon Ball Super chapter 1, but aside from enjoying eating, sleeping, and destroying things (mostly entire planets), he’s a total mystery. . The same goes for his brother, Champa, and every other God of Destruction in the multiverse. What is known about them, however, is that their purpose is to control life in their universe by regularly destroying entire worlds, and while they live for an unusually long time, they can was killed. For instance, the whole reason Lord Beerus is even a character in modern-day Dragon Ball is because he has the image of being killed by a Super Saiyan God, so he went and found himself some Saiyans. , and they didn’t leave him alone. While it’s safe to bet that fans will learn more about Gods of Destruction as the series goes on, there seems to be a decent amount gathered from the previous anime series, Dragon Ball GT as well.
GT’s Omega Shenron is one step away from becoming the God of Destruction
In Dragon Ball GT episode 62 (written by Atsushi Maekawa, directed by Osamu Kasai, produced by Toei Animation), Omega Shenron – a Shadow Dragon that has absorbed all seven Dragon Balls – thinks he has defeated Goku and Vegeta, and announced his travel plans. universe and destroy every planet he finds. On top of that, Omega Shenron actually calls itself the ‘God of Destruction’, which is more than likely a legitimate nomenclature. In Dragon Ball Super, Shenron knows about the Gods of Destruction, so it makes sense for Omega Shenron to know about them as well. But, more importantly, Omega Shenron may well know how to be one.
Vegeta and Top are two perfect examples of mortals capable of harnessing the power of Destruction through a form known as the Ultra Ego. So if they can do it, why can’t Omega Shenron? At this point, Omega Shenron is definitely powerful enough to unlock Ultra Ego, and he also has the necessary knowledge to get him there. A little practice, and he’ll wield the proper destructive power while simultaneously carrying out the mission of all Gods of Destruction in his quest to wipe out all life in the universe.
While it is true that the Gods of Destruction may not be able to coexist with the Dragon Balls, it seems likely that the Dragon Balls can still create them through Shadow Dragons such as Omega Shenron. Had it not been for the destruction of the Super Ultra Spirit Bomb, Omega Shenron would certainly have been proud of his self-proclaimed name, achieving the title of God of Destruction that he so desperately wanted. Sure it’s a case-by-case and may just be the ultimate evolution specific to the most powerful Dark Dragon, but that doesn’t take away from the fact that Dragon Balls can technically create God of destruction–and almost did in Dragon Ball GT.