DeleteBeerus is not evil, and he is not an anti-hero. He's merely an antagonist who was doing his job (gods of destruction must destroy). We at Dragon Ball Wiki discussed this already here
He isn't pure evil or anything but he is a Necessary Evil since he destroys entire civilizations as his job much like the Grim Reaper only takes souls as it is his duty so as I see it he fits this wiki.Jester of chaos (talk) 00:47, March 27, 2015 (UTC)
"Beerus is not evil, and he is not an anti-hero. He's merely an antagonist who was doing his job (gods of destruction must destroy). We at Dragon Ball Wiki discussed this already"
That excuse holds no weight, as most of the planets he blows up are for petty reasons such as being denied food, him not liking the food, or being mildly irritated in some way.
- it's his job to destroy planets anyway. there's no evil to it if you have to Meshack (talk) 00:29, December 27, 2015 (UTC)
Haven't seen the full film so Whis might very well need to go however Beerus is simply a villain by proxy as he has destroyed worlds and with it a minimum of billions of lives. Yes it's part of his job description and necessary to balance the universe but that makes him necessary and one by proxy. I'd say it's like a villain who only does evil as part of a job not malice. Once the jobs done he's a very likable character who only did what he did because it's his job. He's from what see is basically a punch clock villain. Jester of chaos (talk) 00:46, December 27, 2015 (UTC)
- Whis needs to go. He's only his attendant. Nothing is bad about him. But, I see what you're saying about Beerus but a villain is someone who has evil motives or does evil actions. Beerus' job as God of Destruction is to balance the universe so there aren't so many lives. An evil deed is something that has no purpose for doing. If Beerus were to destroy for no reason, he'd be classified as a villain. Meshack (talk) 23:15, December 27, 2015 (UTC)