Whilst, the angelic attendant of Universe 7’s God of Destruction, Beerus, as well as his martial arts teacher. Along with his sisters, he is a child of the Great Priest. Like all attendants, This is bound to the service of his deity and usually does not leave Beerus unaccompanied. His voice actor in Japanese versions of Dragon Ball Super and related video games is Shō Hayami, who also voices Goku’s father Bardock in some video games outside Japan; in the Funimation English dub, his voice actor is Ian Sinclair.
This is a member of a race of angel-like creatures who all have wings and halos. This is an indication that they are from Heaven. Also like angels in our world, Whis has white hair and blue eyes. He also wears gold jewelry on his body including a pair of earrings, three necklaces (with two pendants), a choker around his neck, and bracelets on both wrists that possess some form of magic or telekinetic ability as they can stop bullets to protect himself.
He is a child of, one of Universe 7’s four Gods of Destruction. He appears to be on good terms with all three other attendants and refers to them by their names – he calls Vados ‘old lady’ (though he has referred to her as his sister as well), and Beerus. He also takes care of them by cleaning up after Beerus if he is slacking off and feeding him food. In return for his services, Whis had previously received one hundred million Zeni from Beerus for unknown reasons.
This was born from a magic ball of light alongside his sisters. In Dragon Ball Super: Broly, Whis states that he was previously friends with King Vegeta and when Frieza invaded Planet Vegeta; he saw King Vegeta try to protect his son, Prince Vegeta, but both were killed by Frieza and later absorbed their ki as part of his Super Evolution. However; it is also stated that Frieza destroyed Planet Vegeta in Age 762 (three years before Whis’birth) so these events may not be canon.
Sometime after his birth, Whis became King Vegeta’s martial arts master and trained him in fighting. His power is such that he can fight on par with Goku and Vegeta even though they are both Super Saiyans and also fight alongside them as part of Team Universe 7 during their battle against Universe 6. However; his biggest lesson is to always be calm because it takes tremendous energy to get angry and lose your cool when fighting a strong opponent.
Beerus and Whis – The Equals
You might think that Beerus is responsible for all of Universe 7’s destruction but it’s Whis who does most of it. This doesn’t mean that This isn’t powerful.
He’s one of (if not)the strongest being in all 12 universes. It just means that Beerus has such a horrible temper and thirst for fighting stronger opponents that he ends up destroying everything before anyone can get a hold of him. This prefers to sit back and watch Beerus take out bad guys so that no one gets hurt…except for his enemies of course! Here are some quotes from his character biography: Before creation itself, there were two beings of infinite power known as deities.
Because Beerus and his have been working together for such a long time, they share an unusually strong bond. The two can read each other’s minds and see into their opponent’s strategies. However, it would be wise not to underestimate Hiei despite his angelic demeanor. This fighter is much more than meets the eye! He is regarded as one of (if not)the strongest being in all 12 universes.
Whilst as a Martial Arts Teacher
While many of us think of martial arts as physical combat, there’s a lot more to it than that. Before you can punch or kick someone effectively, for example, you have to be in top physical shape. You also need mental discipline and control over your body; when practicing karate or kung fu, for example, forms (kata) are practiced to help build muscle memory.
Instructors practice with their students during training and sparring sessions to help develop reflexes and mental toughness. Lastly—and perhaps most importantly—martial arts help instill respect for one’s opponents and the sport itself by treating everyone with courtesy both on and off of the mat.