During one murderous rampage, Kratos accidentally killed his wife and child. Kratos renounced Ares, became a tormented soul including imprisonment by the Furiesand served the gods for ten years in hopes of becoming free of the nightmares. He eventually killed Ares and became the God of War, but was betrayed by his father, Zeus.
Unlike the Angels and the Supreme Kais, with whom they work alongside, and whom are all members of the same species, respectively, both being naturally divine, the Gods of Destruction vary widely in species, with none sharing theirs, 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.
They are not allowed travel through time or allow anyone to travel time though Whis can transport Beerus through time to the Time Nest where the Supreme Kai of Time 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 even is not doing their job to the best of their ability, Zeno has the power 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 Sidraand 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 Vermoud and the Pride Troopersand 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, 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 Angelsand like the Supreme Kaisthey 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. While Gods of Destruction may destroy any individuals that oppose them or causes them trouble through their actions whether intentionally or accidentallythey 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 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 only tolerate such individuals 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 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 is presumably why Beerus tolerated him.
Beerus however allowed the surviving Saiyans to live as they were good people who possessed power greater than Frieza, even allowing Goku and Vegeta to train on his planet due to 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' reason 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 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 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 Powerthus are less likely to tolerate such individuals except in only the most extreme circumstances such as the Tournament of Power.
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