Dragon Ball Super brought a lot to the table when it began several years ago. The series brought in Whis, Beerus and a whole multiversal system. The deities were loved by the fandom but there were still some mysteries about Whis. But that’s no longer the case as a Netizen has learned a little about Whis and the secret language he uses.
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How To Crack The Language Used By Whis In Dragon Ball Super?
Whis speaking the language of the gods. Pic courtesy: Dragonball.fandom.com
Twitter user Herms98 said a little about Whis in the Dragon Ball Super Manga. It was there that Whis’s secret language was translated. It also revealed how the text could be read by Japanese readers even though it seems to be gibberish. The tweet said:
“In the DBS manga, Whis’ ‘language of the gods’ when using the Super Dragon Balls after the U6 tournament is just Japanese shifted one letter down in the katakana alphabet,”
Goku won’t ever be able to decode what Whis is saying. Pic courtesy: Dragonball.fandom.com
So Whis basically messed with the Japanese alphabets to get his message across to the Super Dragon Balls. Here the wish was made to restore Universe 6. But other appearances of godly languages are coded differently. The tweet also said that:
“When Super Shenlong speaks the ‘language of the gods’ during this later interstitial page though, the message is simply backwards Japanese (the same trick the anime uses for the ‘language of the gods’), with a translation helpfully provided in parenthesis.”