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Dragon Ball Pedestals are special alters created to store or hold Dragon Balls, usually for summoning Shenron.


Dragon Ball Pedestals are designed with seven slots designed to each hold a single Dragon Ball. Once all seven are collected the collector places them within the Pedestal in order to summon Shenron while the balls remain secure. Once the wish is made the Dragon Balls are released and scatter once more.

In Age 850, Toki Toki City had a pedestal in the Plaza of Time which Time Patrollers could use to summon Shenron after collecting Toki Toki City's set of Dragon Balls (as Dende had created multiple weaker sets of Dragon Balls by this time) in order to have a wish granted. Future Trunks uses these Dragon Balls to summon Shenron in order to wish that Shenron summon a warrior powerful enough to defend history. Shenron summons the Future Warrior to the Plaza of Time where they are attacked by Xeno Trunks to test their poor. The warrior would later go on to saves the universe from destruction when they defeat Demon God Demigra and becomes the Toki Toki City Hero. The Future Warrior can use the Pedestal to summon Shenron after collecting all 7 Dragon Balls in order to wish for techniques, items, and playable characters.

In Age 852, Chronoa uses the pedestal to summon Shenron at the behest of Tokitoki and Beerus to summon a feast to celebrate the return of Tokitoki's Egg and Mira's defeat at the hands of Super Saiyan Blue Goku and the second Future Warrior. Despite Elder Kai complaining over them misusing the Dragon Balls to order Take-Out, though stops when Beerus reminds him that it is a special occasion so it wouldn't hurt. The 2nd Future Warrior can use the pedestal to summon Shenron and make wishes as well like the Future Warrior in Xenoverse.

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