Zen-Oh's attendants (全王の付き人 Zen’ō no tsukibito) are a pair of tall identical entities that serve Zen-Oh.
All attendants share the same appearance. They are tall and cyan-skinned individuals that wear large high collared purple jackets with golden lining, buttons and shoulders that cover their face. Underneath, they appear to wear a sectioned grey full body suit, with gold and purple tipped boots. At all times they have their arms folded behind their backs, leaving their hands not visible. They also wear a long pointy tipped bronze hat, that ends in a silver ball at the top. They typically have very angry and menacing looking eyes.
As attendants to Zen-Oh, they take guarding and respecting him very seriously. They also act in unison with each other and stand in a very disciplined posture, motionlessly hovering above ground for most of the time. They rarely speak, only briefly uttering "Bye-cha!" before leaving.
As expected of the guardians of the single most important entity in all universes, they are constantly vigilant and will fiercely protect him from potential threats and enforce the proper manners and deference from his subjects. They become noticeably wary of strangers upon arriving at the Nameless Planet: first giving a menacing glare to the referee after he loudly announces them as intruders; then, preventing Goku from approaching and addressing the Zen-Oh with his casual and naïve nature, standing down only when commanded to, or threatened by the powerful deity. This shows that like the Gods of Destruction and Supreme Kais, they have great fear of the King of All.
Other than that, they became appalled by Goku's boldness towards Zen-Oh (much like everyone else) and the nickname Goku gave him. Eventually, they become used to Goku's presence and let him approach Zen-Oh without interfering or saying anything.
Dragon Ball Super
Universe 6 Saga
Main article: Universe 6 Saga Zen-Oh's attendants watch the Tournament of Destroyers along with Zen-Oh from a distance, away from the Nameless Planet. After the tournament concludes, Champa, angered that his team lost, plans to destroy them for their failure but is interrupted by Vados who informs him of Zen-Oh and his attendants' arrival in the tournament ring, terrifying him enough to abandon his plan in order to properly greet Zen-Oh. When Goku attempts to speak with Zen-Oh, the attendants open portals under their feet and appear in front of Goku, preventing him from doing so. However, Zen-Oh allows Goku to speak and even accepts the latter's offer to shake his hand, leaving both attendants with a somewhat surprised and nervous look on their faces when Goku lightly picks Zen-Oh off the ground in the process. Afterwards, the attendants escort Zen-Oh back home.
"Future" Trunks Saga
Main article: "Future" Trunks Saga They are seen next to Zen-Oh during his attempts to find a friend.
Universe Survival Saga
Although they are never shown fighting anyone on camera and haven't displayed any fighting techniques, they are hinted to be extremely powerful. Their mere presence is capable of instilling fear in the Supreme Kais and even the Gods of Destruction. It is possible their power is comparable to that of the Angels.
Techniques and special abilities
- Warp - When Zen-Oh has finished talking with the Gods of Destruction, the two attendants use the warp technique to take him home.
- Flight - The ability to take flight with ki.