All Easter Eggs in Dragon Ball’s Gods of Destruction

All Easter Eggs in Dragon Ball's Gods of Destruction

The Dragon Ball universe is the universe teeming with creativity and intricacy, where even the names of characters hold a deeper significance. Among the pantheon of mighty beings, the Gods of Destruction stand out not only for their immense power but also for their cleverly crafted names that pay homage to the world of beverages. Let’s explore the delightful origins of these names and the subtle references they make.

All Easter Eggs in Dragon Ball’s Gods of Destruction

1) Iwan and Awamo

Iwan and Awamo and Dragon Ball anime series
Iwan and Awamo and Dragon Ball anime series (Image via Toei Animation Studio)

The tradition of naming Gods of Destruction after beverages continues with Iwan and Awamo, the God of Destruction and attendant of Universe 1, respectively. Iwan’s name pays homage to wine, a staple of celebrations across cultures. Meanwhile, Awamo’s name is a nod to “awamori,” a traditional Okinawan liquor. These names infuse the characters with cultural richness.

2) Heles and Sour

Heles and Sour  in Dragon Ball anime series
Heles and Sour in Dragon Ball anime series (Image via Toei Animation Studio)

In Universe 2, Heles and her attendant, Sour, bring a unique twist to the beverage-inspired naming convention. Heles’ name originates from “sherry,” a fortified wine, while Sour’s name alludes to a type of drink mixer. Together, they offer a flavor of distinction to the divine lineup.

3) Mosco and Camparri

Mosco and Camparri  in Dragon Ball anime series
Mosco and Camparri in Dragon Ball anime series (Image via Toei Animation Studio)

Universe 3 introduces us to Mosco, also known as Mule, whose name pays tribute to the Moscow Mule cocktail. Similarly, Camparri, Mosco’s angelic counterpart, draws inspiration from an Italian beverage of the same name. These names add a touch of international flair to the ensemble.

4) Quitela and Cognac

Quitela and Cognac in Dragon Ball anime series
Quitela and Cognac in Dragon Ball anime series (Image via Toei Animation Studio)

The God of Destruction from Universe 4, Quitela, tips his hat to tequila with his name. This choice not only aligns with the naming tradition but also adds a touch of fiery spirit to his character. Cognac, his angelic attendant, shares her name with the renowned brandy, infusing elegance into the pairing.

5) Arak and Cukatail

Arak and Cukatail  in Dragon Ball anime series
Arak and Cukatail in Dragon Ball anime series (Image via Toei Animation Studio)

Universe 5 brings Arak and Cukatail to the forefront, with their names being inspired by diverse sources. Arak’s name draws from the Malay word for alcoholic beverages, reflecting a global influence. Cukatail’s name, on the other hand, tips its hat to cocktails, embracing a contemporary touch.

6) Champa and Vados

Champa and Vados n Dragon Ball anime series
Champa and Vados n Dragon Ball anime series (Image via Toei Animation Studio)

Champa, the God of Destruction of Universe 6, brings effervescence to the divine table. His name draws inspiration from the bubbly world of champagne, invoking celebrations and festivity. Champa’s attendant, Vados, complements this theme with a name derived from “calvados,” a French apple brandy known for its elegance.

7) Beerus and Whis

The most powerful God of destruction Beerus with Whis in Dragon Ball anime series (Image via Toei Animation Studio)

Beerus and Whis are two of the most powerful characters in the Dragon Ball universe. Beerus is the God of Destruction of Universe 7, while Whis is his attendant and martial arts teacher. His name is a playful nod to the popular alcoholic beverage – beer. But Beerus isn’t alone in his homage to libations. Whis, his angelic attendant, shares his connection to beverages by being named after whiskey, adding a touch of sophistication to the duo.

8) Liquiir and Korn

Liquiir and Korn in Dragon Ball anime series
God of Destruction and his attendant from Universes 8: Liquiir and Korn in Dragon Ball anime series (Image via Toei Animation Studio)

Liquiir and Korn are the God of Destruction from Universes 8 and his martial art attendant respectively, add a distinct flavor to the mix. Liquiir’s name is a nod to “liquor,” encompassing a wide range of potent beverages. Korn’s name, on the other hand, finds its roots in “Kornbrand,” a German spirit.

9) Sidra and Mojito

Sidra and Mojito in Dragon Ball anime series
Sidra and Mojito in Dragon Ball anime series (Image via Toei Animation Studio)

Universe 9’s God of Destruction, Sidra, brings a refreshing twist to the naming convention. His name is derived from “cider,” invoking images of crisp and invigorating beverages. Mojito, his angelic attendant, echoes this theme with a name associated with the classic cocktail.

10) Rumsshi and Kusu

Rumsshi and Kusu are the God of Destruction and attendant of Universe 10, respectively. They are both named after alcoholic beverages. Rumsshi’s name finds its origin in “rum,” a spirit known for its depth of flavor. Kusu’s name draws inspiration from “kuusuu,” a term associated with beverages in the Okinawan dialect.

11) Belmod and Macarita

Belmod, also known as Vermoud, from Universe 11, embodies sophistication with his name. Drawing from “vermouth,” a fortified wine used in cocktails, Belmod’s name aligns with his refined character. His angelic counterpart, Macarita, echoes this sentiment with a name inspired by the classic margarita cocktail.

12) Giin and Martinu

Giin and Martinu  in Dragon Ball anime series
Giin and Martinu in Dragon Ball anime series (Image via Toei Animation Studio)

Last but not least, Universe 12’s Giin and Martinu bring the world of spirits to a fitting close. Giin’s name is a playful take on “gin,” a beloved botanical spirit. Martinu’s name pays homage to the elegant martini cocktail, adding a touch of class to the duo.

Conclusion

In the enchanting universe of Dragon Ball, the Gods of Destruction wear their beverage-inspired names with pride, making the show more arousing to its viewers. These names serve as delightful Easter eggs for fans and a testament to the creative ingredients that make the series so beloved. So, here’s to a universe where divine power and delightful inspirations converge.

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