Pantheon / Beast Other

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Greater Gods

    Telethia, the Endbringer 
Telethia, the Endbringer, the Divine Docile Monster (The Ruler of Fates, The Guardian of Mira)
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  • Greater god
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Symbol: The planet of Mira
  • Portfolio: Savage Setpiece, Adaptational Heroism, Token Heroic Orc, Telepathy, Bonus Boss, Gaia's Vengeance, Names to Run Away From
  • Domains: Life, Monsters, Peace
  • Allies: Captain Planet
  • Enemies: Yiazmat, Dark Samus, YHVH
  • Uneasy relationship: Shulk, Reyn, Dunban, Melia Antiqua, Riki
  • One of only two Telethia on Mira, Telethia, the Endbringer is the strongest creature on Mira and uses its strength to act as a guardian of Mira, purging the planet of tainted monsters that threaten the planets ecosystems.
    • Telethia is enemies with Dark Samus due to her being able to use Phazon to corrupt others.
    • Many deities have seen Telethia to be on god terms with the ascended Crystal Gems as they would often poof Dark Gems.
  • Not long after Telethia's ascension, Shulk and his ascended friends quickly made their way to Telethia's temple to confront it as they expected it to be like every other Telethia they'd faced; extremely vicious, however, upon learning from other deities that Telethia displays more intelligence than the average Telethia, but they also learned that Zanza was not aware of its existence.
    • While Shulk and friends decided not to instigate violence against a non-malicious creature, they keep their guards up at all times in the event Telethia were to attack innocent lives.
  • Despite Telethia having a fearsome appearance and the power to go with it, Telethia is indifferent to 90% of life entering its temple, preferring to spend its time flying around.
  • Because Telethia protects Mira from anything that would harm it, Telethia has become enemies with YHVH and his followers due to them nuking several planets to oblivion.
    • On the flipside however, Telethia is on friendly terms with Captain Planet and the Planeteers as they protect the Earth from anything that will harm it.

    The Tyranids 
The Tyranid Hive Fleets, The Horde of Alien Locusts (The Great Devourer)
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  • Theme Song: Xeno Presence
  • Collectively, Greater Deities
  • Symbol: The Tyranid insigina
  • Alignment: Neutral Hungry
  • Portfolio: Alien Kudzu, Bug Wars, Combat Tentacles, Extreme Omnivores, Healing Factor, Hive Minds, Living Ships, Living Weapons, Lots and LOTS of Teeth, Multi-Armed and Dangerous, Organic Technology, Psychic Static, Tyranoform, Endless Numbers, 'Nid Rush
  • Domains: Space, Hunger, Swarms
  • Rivals: The Facehuggers and the Xenomorphs, The Flood, Ungoliant, The Swarm
  • Enemies: Just about anyone, but primarily the Imperium of Mankind, the House of the Undead, Galactus, Unicron, The Lich, Mogo, Fix-It Felix, Wreck-It Ralph, Vanellope
  • While they are considered part of the Pantheon, they are, thankfully, locked outside of it with a magic seal that prevents their entry and are not to be let in unless it is an extremely dire situation and there is no better alternative.
    • The place that holds the Tyranid seal is a temple devoted to them that is located deep in the jungles of this very house. Said temple is guarded by a magically bound Carnifex who has been lovingly named "Cuddlefex" by some of the more intelligent members of the Bestiary.
  • Resembles the Xenomorphs, leading some of the Imperium to theorize Xenomorphs are Tyranids that Slaanesh got his/her hands on. It is not known what might happen if a Facehugger latches onto a Tyranid, but it'd be pure Nightmare Fuel and the Court of the Gods has forbidden anyone from letting the two next to each other.
  • The Tyrandis are after one and only one thing; to consume all that breathes. They'll consume every bit of organic matter and resources on a planet down to the bedrock, and leave the now lifeless planet behind to search for more. Their hunger is on par with the Swarm, and as such the two often butt heads. As does Ungoliant.
  • Currently engaged in a great battle with The Flood, who seeks to assimilate the Tyranids into itself, or at least turn them into willing soldiers. For now, they are at a stalemate.
  • Despite being able to eat almost anything, the Grox are completely indigestible to the Tyranids; something which greatly frustrates them but they can't be bothered dealing with. They also aren't able to digest any of the undead, which give them food poisoning, and while the House of Toxicity isn't that much of a problem, the Lich is. Mogo also screwed them over when they tried to raze the planet.
  • Even they are completely out-classed by the planet-eating Galactus and Unicron who ended up eating them instead and freaking out the hive mind.
  • For some strange reason, some of their Genestealers have developed an obsession with taking people's pants, leaving their victims embarrassed but generally unharmed.
  • Felix, Ralph and Vanellope are concerned over the matter of Tyranids, due to their similarities to the Cy-Bugs.
  • Recent evidence suggest that the Tyranids are actually running away from something else. Given what the 41st millennium is like, most don't want to imagine what that threat might be if the 'Nids don't consider the insanity that is the Milky Way galaxy frightening.

Intermediate Gods

    Arokh and Rynn 
Arokh and Rynn, God and Goddess of the Bond
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Arokh (the dragon) and Rynn (the human)

    The Metroid Hatchling 
The Metroid Hatchling, The Divine Rescuing Beast (The Last Metroid, The Baby, Super Metroid, The Hatchling, Metroid Larva, Infant Metroid)
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  • Theme Song: Metroid Hatchling Theme
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Itself
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Big Damn Hero, Heroic Sacrifice, Implacable Man, Insect Queen, Last of His Kind
  • Domain: Aliens, Power, Races
  • Allies: Samus Aran, Pikachu, Nana
  • Enemies: Mother Brain, Ridley, Phazon, SA-X, Dark Samus, HYDRA
  • Rival: Zinogre
  • Oppose: Ice users
  • Assigned with exterminating the entire Metroid race from their home world, SR388, Samus Aran decided to not kill a newly hatched Metroid who imprinted itself on her. This act of kindness would be awarded as a now Super Metroid would save Samus from Mother Brain and sacrifice itself.
    • That wouldn't be the last time it would help Samus. After being affected by an X Parasite, cells from the Hatchling were used on Samus to save her life.
  • Many in the pantheon were in utter shock when they saw a giant Metroid entering the pantheon. Before any retaliation could be taken, the Hatchling approached a confused Samus and nuzzled her in affection. It was at that moment everybody knew it was The Baby they heard so much about.
  • The Hatchling's size varies; most times it's the size of a Mini-Mecha, other times it's a slightly bigger Metroid.
  • Samus Aran is very protective of the Metroid. Maybe not to the point of calling it "the baby" every five seconds. But her Mama Bear instincts will kick in if it was ever harmed. Just ask Ridley and Mother Brain.
    • She is allowing some research on the baby Metroid from GUAG after it was revealed it can actually heal people and not just suck out their life. She is however keeping a watchful eye since Galactic Federation did clone metroids from the Hatchling.
  • HYDRA seems to show some interest in Hatchling. Clearly, they too have vapors for brains.
  • When not with Samus, the Hatchling can be seen hanging around the Diclonius, Nana. Since the two are considered the least hostile of a very dangerous race and have been used by others for nefarious means, it makes perfect sense.
    • It also found companionship with Pikachu as he too is friends with Samus. The Pokémon was also saved by the Bounty Hunter one time.
  • Analyzing the Metroid has revealed it to be a Queen. Yes, the Federation cloned a Queen. After some tinkering, it's been sterilized so there wouldn't be any chances of an overrun of metroids.
  • The GUAG have developed a alternate energy substitute for the Hatchlinng to feed on. Unfortunately, the baby still has the tendacy to latch onto others for energies. Luckily, most of them are evil.
  • Has been use as "violence deterrent" in the House of Beast because of its energy draining abilty. One noticeable case was a confrontation between it and Zinogre. The encounter has created a rivalry between the two creatures.
  • The SA-X is being very careful around the Hatchling since metroids were created by the Chozos to destroy X Parasites.

     Steve Irwin 
Steve Irwin, Keeper of Beasts (The Crocodile Hunter)
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  • Theme Song: Wildest Things In The World
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Saltwater Crocodile.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Catch Phrases, Crazy Awesome, Australia
  • Domains: All Biomes of the Earth, Courage, Animals
  • Follower: Brady Barr
  • On good terms with: The entire House of Beast, Philip J Fry
  • Opposes: Faceless threats of pollution, habitat destruction, and hippos. And Saxton Hale.
  • He died after a tragic sting by a stingray, and in sorrow all crocodiles in the earth shed sincere tears. Upon death, he entered the Pantheon, and all who had put "ironic crocodile fatality" in the betting pool lost dearly. He spends his spare time poking angels with sticks (avoiding the ones who are shrouded in holy fire and have multiple heads).
    • Xanatos suggested that the Council of Shadows bet that he would die in any way other than this, thus allowing him to fund phase three of his masterstroke.
  • He maintains a good relationship with Unohana Retsu, despite the latter's apology about her Shikai's form. He doesn't really hold a grudge against stingrays in general, and condemns those who slaughtered stingrays in the wake of his ascension.
  • The main tour guide of the Bestiary, who can keep visitors safe from any creature no matter how dangerous.
    • Even hippos, the one kind of animal he would not get near as a mortal, he can now pacify with just a word. It is a godly ability that makes his job much easier. Of course, before he discovered this ability, he was made uneasy when he first ran into Murray, a hippo. Now, however, the two of them are fine with each other. Not to the point of alliance, but Steve isn't afraid of Murray.
  • His heralds are his dog Suey, and two favourite crocodiles, Bindi and Graham.
  • Very good friends with Fry, having been impressed with his care of animals, most impressively the bone vampire. His head in a jar has taken Fry as a potential pupil.

    Tyranitar 
Tyranitar, Divine Representation of Those who Emulate Godzilla (The Armor Pokémon)
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    Yoshi 
Yoshi, God of Friendly Mount Creatures (T. Yoshisaur Munchakoopas, Omnivore of the Year, Mario's Happy-Go-Lucky Steed)
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Lesser Gods

    Billy Hatcher 
Billy Hatcher, Divine Guardian of Weird Eggs
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  • Theme Music: G.I.A.N.T.E.G.G.
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Legendary Chicken Suit
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Widget Series, Badass Adorable, Egg MacGuffin, Kid Hero, Fingerless Gloves, Color-Coded Elements, Improbable Weapon User
  • Domains: Eggs, Morning, Heroism
  • Heralds: Rolly Roll, Bantam Scrambled, Chick Poacher, the Chicken Elders
  • Allies: Sonic the Hedgehog, AiAi, Solaire of Astora, Tails, Knuckles, NiGHTS, Mega Man, Yoshi, Volcarona, Princess Celestia, Chibiterasu, Amaterasu, Django, Leona, Ness, Finn the Human, The Powerpuff Girls, Steven Universe, Amigo
  • Enemies: The Crow, Grand Duke of Owls, Nightmare Moon, David Zappa, Yami, Diana, Balanar
  • Morning Land is a place where this kid and his friends reside, and as one might guess, it's a sunny place. Things were normal until the place came under attack by Dark Raven and his goons, who wanted to cast an eternal night there. Billy donned the Legendary Chicken Suit and used it to save Morning Land. Along the way, he could use eggs and with sufficient care, it could hatch things like helpful creatures (including Sonic the Hedgehog) and powerups.
    • Sonic actually wasn't the only outside help Billy could get back in the kid's initial journey. Tails, Knuckles, and even NiGHTS and Amigo could be found in certain eggs that Billy could find. If needed, they will come by his aide to help him out in combat.
  • With his ascension, he serves as an additional member to those who protect the sun against malevolent night deities. However, Billy was told via Princess Celestia that there were a few benevolent moon deities such as Princess Luna, Usagi Tsukino, Tyrande Whisperwind, and Yuri Tsukikage. Billy has acknowledged this and has focused his effort on the villains who want an eternal night.
  • Much of Billy's mobility comes from the use of the eggs he finds, along with the powerups and aid that comes with it. If an egg gets destroyed, there's not much he can do. This is partially why Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, and NiGHTS tend to accompany him on his current missions, provided that they aren't magically stuffed inside an egg.
  • Billy was invited by Sonic and a few other Sega characters to participate in a race. Somehow, Billy wasn't able to arrive for a later round and on top of that, his friends were watching the later races, but Billy wasn't present at all. He hasn't really said if he was busy that time or not.
  • Billy gets along smoothly with AiAi, another Sega character who uses a sphere as one method of travel. The difference is that Billy rolls spheres (eggs) to get better movement speed while the monkey is inside a sphere (a ball) for improved mobility.
  • There is a significant difference in how he and Yoshi use their eggs. While Yoshi simply throws the eggs at enemies, Billy has to run over enemies with the eggs (in addition to the hatching bit). Despite these differences, Billy is on good terms with Yoshi, mostly since the eggs the dinosaur throws don't really have anything inside them (aside from the occasional coin).
  • A small number of deities (mainly the ones who like to make fun of others for petty reasons) have mocked the Legendary Chicken Suit for being a ridiculous costume for any hero to wear. Although Billy was a little surprised when he tried on the suit for the first time, he's gotten used to wearing it.
  • He has a really strong disdain towards The Crow, mainly for reminding him of what he has fought against back in Morning Land. That and this aforementioned crow is most likely creepier than the ones he fought against.
  • For whatever reason, people tend to think that his Spelling Song is done as G-I-N-T-E-G-G, without the A of course (to be fair, there's lack of enunciation between the I and A). Billy has tried to correct the matter, but SomecallmeJohnny hasn't let Billy hear the end of it.
    SomecallmeJohnny: That's some good G.I.N.T. E.G.G.
  • Unsurprisingly, Billy gets along really well with other kid heroes such as Ness and the Powerpuff Girls. With the possible exception of Steven Universe, most of Billy's kid hero friends aren't really interested in trying on the Legendary Chicken Suit.
  • No one really knows who exactly laid those eggs that Billy utilizes. Even the House of Knowledge got really frustrated just trying to figure out how those eggs came to be.
    • And for that matter, there's the other question of what those eggs taste like if Billy fails to hatch them. The kid is very hesitant to roll his eggs near the House of Food since there's bound to be a handful of hungry gods there wanting to try out these eggs.

    Crash Bandicoot 
Crash Bandicoot, God of Species Rarely Represented in Fiction (Willy the Wombat, Infernal Bandicoot, Orange Delivery Boy)
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  • Lesser God (Intermediate God with three Aku Aku masks)
  • Symbol: His extra life mugshot and a Wumpa Fruit.
  • Theme Songs: N. Sanity Beach, The Great Hall, Crash Bandicoot 2 Warp Room and Time Twister
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Spin attacks, Those who are off in their own little world, Star of a big Playstation game, Seldom-Seen Species, Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal, Those who are easily distracted
  • Domain: Marsupials, Spinning, Collection, Gaming
  • Herald: Crunch Bandicoot
  • Allies: Coco Bandicoot (His younger sister), Aku Aku, Polar and Pura, Jak, Daxter, Nathan Drake (the last three his successors), Ratchet, Clank, Sly Cooper, Bentley, Murray, Sora, Lightning, Parappa the Rapper, Sir Daniel Fortesque, Androids 17 and 18, Garen and Yurnero, Balthier, Caesar, Perry the Platypus
  • Rivals: Ripper Roo
  • Friendly Enemy: Neo Cortex (though Cortex won't admit to such)
  • Enemies: Uka Uka, Dingodile, Nitrus Brio (Sometimes allies), N. Gin, Ripto, Polygon Man, Cell, Dr. Robotnik
  • Odd Friendship: The Tasmanian Devil
  • Crash Bandicoot is an unusual marsupial who was mutated by Dr. Cortex to serve as the general of his Cortex Commandoes, but the process never quite finished like he expected and Crash ended up escaping his facility, only to return for his girlfriend Tawna and trashing all of Cortex henchment. The bandicoot went to become Cortex biggest headache and one of the most popular platformer mascots of his generation. While he underwent a period where he dissapeared, he eventually and triunfally returned with a retelling of his first adventure.
  • Crash Bandicoot was ascended into the Pantheon by Polygon Man, who forced him to fight Spyro as the main event in Round 2 of Polygon Man’s Battle Royale. Unfortunately for him, Crash and Spyro had been tricked into fighting each other once before by Cortex and Ripto, and they didn’t fall for the same trick twice. They vowed to put a stop to Polygon Man’s scheme with the help of Sora, Lightning, Riku, Dante, and the ascended competitors of the first Battle Royale.
  • Ever since his inception, Crash has had a fierce rivalry with both Mario and Sonic being the mascots of the rival companies that published his games. Nonetheless, Crash is a good sport and actually gets along rather well with them, moreso with Sonic since he also had to deal with Arch-Enemy Mad Scientist Dr. Robotnik.
  • Crash presence was enough of a motivator for his sister Coco to eventually ascend and get a temple of her own. The first thing she did was berate Crash for not telling her earlier but thing quickly were mended after she gave him a big hug.
  • Parappa was overjoyed that Crash had finally come to the Pantheon, since they were such good friends in the PlayStation era, but hadn’t seen each other since.
  • He was formerly a follower of Androids 17 and 18 along with his sister Coco. Now that Crash is in the Pantheon himself, he remains on good terms with them and is always ready to help stop Cell whenever he tries to absorb the Androids. Later down the line her little sister also joined in to support the Android twins.
  • Has joined a sports team alongside Jak, Daxter and Nathan Drake. They call themselves the Naughty Dogs. Daxter wanted the Naughty Ottsels, after his bar in Haven City, but he was outvoted.
  • He has bonded with Balthier over their mutual dislike of mad scientists and offered Crash to be a part of his crew. Crash politely turned him down, but accepts Balthier help whenever Dr. Cortex is up to no good.
  • Caesar is pleased to see that Crash doesn't let the fact that he was experimented upon by humans get him down. If Koba ascends, Crash has agreed to meet him upon his ascension and introduce him to the Pantheon.
  • When the more aggressive residents of the Bestiary get out of control, Crash uses the powers of his mask friend Aku Aku to jack the beasts and calm them down. Eventually Aku Aku himself ascended to aid Crash, at the cost of bringing his Evil Twin Uka Uka and share a temple with him. Crash is not happy about the latter.
  • Unlike many half dressed cartoon animals, Crash wears pants but nothing on his upper body.
  • When he receives Aku Aku’s protection three times, he becomes temporarily invulnerable to most damage. In this form, only pitfalls can harm him. To that end, in preparation for the final battle, the GUAG have arranged for three mask boxes to be placed near Crash’s location. The GUAE, on the other hand, have ordered Team Rocket to dig a number of holes in the hopes that he will fall in.
  • He's not exactly fond of the fact that Psycho Mantis made fun of him, and was glad that Snake shot him in the face mid-sentence.
  • Crash has decided to join the Skylanders after a few years of thinking, which has pleased his rival, Spyro the Dragon. Both are looking forward to duking it out again.
  • Crash is rather suceptible to any kind of damage, usually resulting in a One-Hit Kill. For that, he got parnered with Shedinja in case he needed some protection, although it's not going to do much considering they are both One-Hit-Point Wonder.
  • Crash got acquaintanced with the Tasmanian Devil, not only for being peculiar and rare seen marsupials, but also for being fond of using a Spin Attack. Plus, neither is very bright.
  • People have reportedly seen a rather strange version of Crash uttering his signature "WOAH!" in a rather bizzare way.
  • "WOAH!"

    Eliza Thornberry 
Elizabeth "Eliza" Thornberry, the Goddess Who Speaks Fluent Animal
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    Garfield Logan/Beast Boy 
Garfield Logan, God of Animorphism (Beast Boy, Changeling, Grass Stain, Gar, B.B.)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A circle with different animals inside.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Beware The Nice Silly One, Nice Guy, Adorkable, Butt-Monkey, Plucky Comic Relief, Keet, The Heart, I Just Want to Be Special, Let's Get Dangerous!, Cute Monster Boy, Idiot But Really a Badass, Ascended Fanboy, "Dude!"
  • Domains: Animals, Justice, Jokes.
  • Allies:
  • Just Friends (Maybe): Raven.
  • Enemies: Deathstroke, Lex Luthor, The Joker, Team Rocket
  • Ascended to the Pantheon after leading a rag tag-team of Titans who were not captured by the Brotherhood Of Evil and showing actual leadership skills.
  • Even though Gar is mostly seen as a laidback person by most of the Pantheons, he is actually a very capable person when he gets serious in a fight. He is especially dangerous when he get mad enough.
  • Once fought Deathstroke one on one and actually had the advantage.
  • Gar's animal transformations aren't just limited to Earth-based animals or dinosaurs and he can actually transform into mythical animals and alien beasts. He can even transform into a Pokémon.
    • Because of the aforementioned Pokémon transformation, he was captured by Team Rocket, mistaking him for a rare colored Pokémon. Fortunately, he was rescued by Greninja and blasted Team Rocket away.
  • Once had his shampoo bottle replaced with red dye by Victor Stone. He chased after his friend for "ruining" his beautiful green fur.
  • While he never noticed it before when they were both mortal, Gar can't help but ogle at Raven's legs. Was once caught by Raven when he transformed into a dog and "wolf whistled" at her. He was expecting a swat in the head, but to his surprise, he actually saw a small smile on her face.
  • Has been seen hanging around with the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. While Leo, Donny, and Mikey don't mind him, Raph is mostly annoyed by him because it feels like there are two Michelangelos now.
  • Became instant friends with Teddie, finding his bear puns hilarious. The two have joined forces to try and make both Raven and Yukiko laugh. Emphasis on the try part.
  • Has a seat in the House of Shapes.
  • An alternate version of this character was involved in an incident that led to his departure from the Teen Titans. Beast Boy does not enjoy comparisons to this character, though he's as willing to joke about it as anything else.

     Oswald The Lucky Rabbit 
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, God of Explosively-Breeding Creatures
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  • Theme Song: Oswald's Story
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His head over a sky blue circle
  • Alignment: True Neutral leaning to Good
  • Portfolio: Proliferative gene-seed, bad luck, Anti-Villain, Badass Adorable, The Everyman
  • Domains: Bunnies, Family, Toons
  • Heralds: Ortensia and their 420 children
  • Superior: Walt Disney
  • Allies: All Ascended Disney Heroes (especially Mickey Mouse, Roger Rabbit, and Judy Hopps & Nick Wilde), Reisen Udongein Inaba, Bugs Bunny, the Rabbit of Caerbannog, Mr. Freeze, Zuko, Tewi Inaba, Cream the Rabbit, Peppy Hare, Hibari, Usalia, The Gochi Usa girls, Rukia Kuchiki
  • Enemies: All Ascended Disney Villains, Freddy Krueger, Springtrap, The Joker, Dr. Wily, Dr. Eggman, The Professor
  • Oswald has a rather unusual history for a cartoon character. He originally came to be before Mickey Mouse arrived and Oswald was, more or less, forgotten after Mickey became famous. Enough time passed and the Lucky Rabbit was originally jealous of Mickey's fame. In one of Mickey's adventures, the Rabbit met the Mouse and eventually worked with him in the Wasteland, a place where forgotten Disney characters reside. Oswald was able to get enough mortal supporters for him at this point. Also, he has 420 children with his wife Ortensia, but don't ask for specifics on how they got so many kids (especially considering that Ortensia is a cat).
    • Following his initial endeavor with Mickey, Oswald got a little more than annoyed that there were some who thought he would just outright antagonize Mickey after the rabbit looked through some old records. Oswald is only slightly less annoyed when others assume that this relatively recent adventure was his debut (as mentioned, it only made him more relevant).
  • A little after his arrival in the Pantheon, Oswald noticed that there were deities hailing both from popular and obscure works. Since Oswald was originally not that well-known before gaining his fame, he has spent some time talking to lesser-known deities to give them support and hope that they don't languish in obscurity.
  • Being a very early creation of Walt Disney, Oswald once asked Walt himself if he prefers the Lucky Rabbit or Mickey Mouse. Walt didn't really answer the question, but was quite pleased when he learned that both Oswald and Mickey are working together after the two cartoon stars overcame their differences.
  • Finds it somewhat weird that he sounds similar to Fred Jones. Though he does get a little more annoyed if the vocal similarity extends to Megatron and would often say that Megatron sounds different and inconsistent.
  • Ortensia actually wasn't Oswald's first girlfriend back in the Lucky Rabbit's early days. Oswald had a Love Interest named Francine Cottontail and they, weirdly enough, had several kids at first. Then he had a few other love interests prior to Ortensia, but once he met her, the Lucky Rabbit has stuck with Ortensia.
  • Despite his moniker, Oswald's luck usually isn't the best. It has become a source of mockery by a number of jerkish deities. The rabbit has some sort of resentment towards Gladstone Gander for being ridiculously lucky by default, though the duck doesn't acknowledge the resentment most of the time.
    • Speaking of luck, much of the rabbit's luck comes from his detachable foot. It's become a source of interest for many deities, particularly those who are normally unlucky. Sometimes, others would just take the foot away from him just to mess with him.
      • And on top of all these luck-related shenanigans, he has been made an unofficial mascot of the House of Luck and Fortune, likely due to his varying luck. Oswald isn't sure what to make of it, but he keeps a rather professional relation with Bugs Bunny at that house.
  • He sometimes carries a remote control with him in case he is confronted with weaker enemies. It more or less functions the same as Mickey's paintbrush, only the remote doesn't spew paint out.
  • Probably the only rabbit in the Pantheon which The Rabbit of Caerbannog doesn't really care about. Oswald himself doesn't have much to say about that rabbit's current superior, Tewi Inaba, though they do keep in touch every now and then.
  • Oswald likes to hang around with the other benevolent rabbits, as well as those associated with them, and those who just simply like rabbits in general. In particular, he has a strong friendship with Usalia given their experience in ruling over a peaceful realm.
    • Like all the other rabbits, Oswald is highly wary of Springtrap. Given the animatronic's background, the Lucky Rabbit is making more of an effort to make sure his children doesn't get harmed or near the killer.
  • Oswald doesn't like mad scientists such as Dr. Wily and Eggman since their penchant for evil machinery remind him of The Mad Doctor. He's even more annoyed at the fact that the two even had different plans at different points in time that involved feigning redemption, akin to the Mad Doctor's second attempt at conquest (neither plan from Wily nor Eggman had any songs in them, though).
  • It's worth noting that Oswald at least thought that the Mad Doctor genuinely reformed at the start of Mickey and Oswald's second adventure together (and they may or may not have redeemed the Doctor at the end of it). Regardless, if there is a villain who has done multiple attempts to enact an evil plan by claiming that they reformed themselves, chances are Oswald would ask for Mickey's help to investigate it.
    • In regards to that, Oswald doesn't like The Joker given that the clown had pulled off similar stunts before. His craziness and penchant for chaos on a level Oswald hadn't heard of before earned further scorn from the rabbit.
  • Strangely enough, Oswald was once considered to be a participant in Vanellope Von Schweetz's Sugar Rush races, but plans fell through. The two like to talk to each other on occasion, though it's not clear if these conversations involve the rabbit being a proper contestant in the races. At the very least, Oswald would sometimes watch these particular races in his spare time.
  • Doesn't everybody deserve a second chance?

    Polar and Pura 
Polar and Pura, Duo of Domesticated Wild Animals
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Polar
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Pura
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: Their faces
  • Theme Song: Bear It, Bear Down and Totally Bear theme (Polar), Orient Express and Midnight Run theme (Pura)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Power Up Mount, Ridiculously Cute Critter, Team Pet
  • Domains: Wild Animals, Mounts, Pets
  • Allies: Crash Bandicoot, Coco Bandicoot, Aku Aku, Yoshi, Damian Wayne
  • Enemies: Neo Cortex, N. Gin, Uka Uka, Cruella De Vil
  • Odd Friendship: Heihachi Mishima
  • The World of Crash Bandicoot is not strange to unusual animals with unusual behaviour, mostly because of the scientist that took over the island experimented on the local fauna and creating evolved animals as a result. But these two creatures are different, they aren't altered and are wild animals that you wouldn't in an island living with anthropomorphic bandicoots. Polar and Pura are the pets that have helped both Crash and his sister Coco in their quest to defeat Dr. Neo Cortex, but for wild animals they certainly don't behave like one.
  • They quickly were received by both Crash and Coco, since they act as their Power Up Mount in certain missions and have helped them in other ways too, like the time Pura fused his ship with Coco's to help her defeat N. Gin. They also know how to pilot karts and have competed in races before
  • Their tour around the House of Beast was given by Yoshi, since he is also a Power Up Mount for Mario and is happy to welcome fellow deities that have a similar function as him. It was stated that Yoshi does remind them of the Baby T-Rex crash once found in the prehistoric era, but they don't know what happened to it.
  • Polar behaves a lot like a dog, to the point that he even barks like one. Korra found him adorable after meeting him one day, since she does own a polarbear dog named Naga, but was weirded out by the Polar cub being a regular bear.
  • Being a South Chine Tiger, Pura was glad to find another one of his kind in the form of Tigress of the Furious Five. She acts like a Cool Big Sister to him since he still a child and still learning the ins and outs of the pantheon, but is impressed but other things a regular animal like him could do. He also befriended Tigger after meating him thanks to Coco introducing Tigger to him and ofter like to play together.
  • Pura would often wander around the pantheon when he has nothing better to do, and that's how he came across Jasmine who found him adorable and reminded her of her own pet tiger, but cuter.
  • Surprisingly, Damian Wayne is really fond of them as he has a soft spot for animals. He asked Bruce if he could adopt the two but unfortunately they already the pets of Crash and Coco, but he still visits them from time to time.
    • An even bigger surprise was Heihachi Mishima finding them adorable too, considering what he is. Being reminded of Kuma, he wants Polar to be trained in the same martial art as him and Pura reminds him of his late wife Kazumi's pet. The animals don't really mind him that much as long as he doesn't harm his friends, but Polar is interested in taking on his training, for personal reasons that he as off yet has to explain.
  • There is a lot of confusion about Pura's gender, since her name would indicate he is female. Well, he used to be female but things changed during the events of Crash Team Racing and he has been male ever since.
  • Polar befriended Bashmaster for being a fellow Polar Bear like him, even though he is actually evil. He doesn't mind the little cub though, some company won't hurt after all.
    • He also is willing to befriend Teddie, even if he isn't a polar bear.
  • Polar will often visit the House of Water & Ice since it's the closest thing the pantheon has to resemble his home before Crash adopted him. A lot of deities that are present in there often play with him when he comes along. Sub-zero tends to be the one he approaches the most, since he does smell like a polar bear (which he used to transform during his animality).

    Reuniclus 
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Reuniclus, God of Mega-Microbes (The Multiplying Pokémon)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A green blob with an embryo and other objects inside it (basically itself)
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Gender: Male
  • Ability: Magic Guard
  • Moveset: Psychic, Acid Armor, Signal Beam, Thunder
  • Portfolio: Psychic Powers, Mighty Glacier, Potential Homunculi, Surprisingly Cute Creatures, Mindlink Mates.
  • Domains: Psychic, Odd Creatures
  • Allies: Ness, Usagi, Luke Skywalker
  • Enemies: The Ghosts in the House of Otherness, Giygas, Lucy, bug-like and dark-and-gritty deities
  • Reuniclus is an odd creature, looking like an embryo or a homunculus inside some sort of green jelly. He can potentially live anywhere.
  • He has incredible psychic powers, being able to control his arms to crush even boulders and use other powerful psychic attacks. Combined with the jelly being durable enough to repel hazardous elements, Reuniclus is as deadly as he is cute.
    • Due to these powers, he has become allies with Ness. However, after this chance encounter, he discovered both Giygas (who stirred up some Primal Fear surrounding his body shape...or lack of it), and Lucy (who just plains scares him). For these reasons, he flees at the sight of them.
  • Whenever a Reuniclus holds hands with another of its species, their minds become linked, increasing their psychic power. For this reason, he has become allies with Luke Skywaker (who had a similar relationship with a woman named Mara Jade), as well as the favorite Pokémon of Usagi "Serena" Tsukino. For this reason, Reuniclus is another that has joined the Great Upheaval.
  • Also present in House of Otherness.
  • Stays far away from the Ghosts sub-house since he's weak to Ghost-type attacks.
    • Also tries to avoid insectoid and dark deities ("dark" meaning "gritty" more than "shadowy") due to its weaknesses.

    Rubeus Hagrid 
Rubeus Hagrid, God of Naive Animal Lovers
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(Hagrid, Hagger)

    Sarlacc 
The Sarlacc, the Deified Creature of the Deep Pit and Entrapment
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One spotted in the Great Pit of Carkoon in Tatooine
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The creature's beak in a pit full of sharp teeth
  • Alignment: Blue and Orange Morality
  • Portfolio: Carnivorous Plant, digest their victims for thousand years, has sharp maws on its side, Combat Tentacles
  • Domains: Antlion, Plant, Carnivorous
  • Followers: Trapinch
  • Allies: Jabba the Hutt
  • Enemies: Luke Skywalker, Leia, Samus Aran
  • High Priests: Antlions
  • Deep within the Pantheon, in the Other subhouse of the House of Beasts, lies a Sarlacc (plural: Sarlacci), a carnivorous plant-like creature. Though Sarlacci have been spotted on different planets, including the infamous Great Pit of Carkoon on the desert planet Tatooine and an utterly gigantic specimen on Felucia, this one landed in the Pantheon quite some time ago, and has since grown mature. It can sometimes be seen in the Earth and Metal subhouse in the House of Nature, an appropriate location as it would function similarly to the one on Tatooine. Though it was once thought that a Sarlacc could only survive in a more damp location, the Great Pit of Carkoon proved otherwise.
    • No one is sure how it is able to move from one part of the pantheon to the other, but most are just glad it only moves to those two locations, for whatever reason.
  • Many have taken pre-cautions to ensure that the creature doesn't snatch anyone and devour them. It has tentacles that could grab any potential food.
  • Almost no one is sure what the creature truly looks like, because no one would be stupid enough to get close to it, though some sketches suggest that this may be what its true form is.
  • Though the creature would devour anything within the vicinity, it has the intelligence to preserve its victims and devour them rather slowly. It may be a sign of sadism, a thought which causes some to question the Sarlacc's alignment.
  • The only known report of anyone falling into the pit and escaping to tell the tale is from the bounty hunter Boba Fett, but he hasn't been seen since then.
    • There was one time when Samus Aran fell into the Sarlacc. Unfortunately for the creature, Samus was prepared and set a Power Bomb to cause the creature to spit the Bounty Hunter out.
  • Jabba the Hutt likes to use this Sarlacc to feed his opponents into the pit, just like the one back on Tatooine. Just like old times.

    Sash Lilac 
Sash Lilac, Goddess of Informed Species (Lilac the Dragon Girl, Little Miss Heropants)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: An orange leaf, or alternatively her Dragon Boost
  • Theme Music: To the Rescue!, Pangu Lagoon
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Being a Sonic clone that actually works, Cute and awesome, Feminine Brawler, Informed Chinese Girl, Same name as her... fur?, Can spin to gain extra height, Hair Whip, Kind-hearted thief, Doesn't quit easily, More narm than a Playstation One game, Nostalgia Throwback, Descendant of Ancient Dragons from Space
  • Domains: Theft, Nature, Aliens
  • Allies: Carol Tea, Milla Basset, Commander Torque, Sonic the Hedgehog, Miles "Tails" Prower, Knuckles the Echidna, Amy Rose, Bahamut, Spyro, Twilight Sparkle, Spike, Rachet, Clank, Issei Hyodou, Neptune
  • Enemies: Lord Brevon, Carmelita Fox, Dragonslayer Ornstein, Ancologia, Deathwing, Arfoire
  • Not many people have actually heard of her, mostly because her exploits are overshadowed by the haunted playhouse known as Freddy Fazbear's Pizza. That was until Sonic heard about her battle against Lord Brevon and freed her planet from his clutches, also seeing how similar she is to him. He quickly offered her a place in the Pantheon. She accepted, and hopes to get her friends Carol Tea, Milla Basset, and Torque into the Pantheon as well. While godhood is increasingly unlikely, being High Priest(es)s or even a Follower will suffice for Lilac.
    • She's also trying to figure out how Sonic can breathe in space so easily, as she herself can't do it.
    • Her prayers have been answered as both Carol and Milla managed to acquire spots in the Pantheon as goddesses, and they had a heartfelt reunion. Now they all wait for Torque.
    • With Torque's arrival, all of Liliac's friends have all been accounted for.
  • Being a former thief, she tends to avoid the House of Justice as much as she can. She particularly doesn't get along with Carmelita Fox, as the latter reminds Lilac too much of Neera Li.
  • Even though she doesn't look remotely like a dragon (western or eastern), which is what she ascended for, she seems to get along rather seemingly with most friendly dragons such as Bahamut and Spyro. It could be due to the fact that they want learn more about dragons who exist in space, though even she doesn't know much about that.
    • However, there are dragons who scoff at her and even out right despise her. One such evil dragon is Ancologia who views her as nothing but a disgraceful dragon and not worth his time. Deathwing, on the other hand, took a more hands-on approach in introducing himself to her, and by that we mean chasing her around the Pantheon and shooting flames of destruction at her. Luckily, with her smaller size and speed, she was able to avoid his attacks while striking his eyes whenever she got the chance. Issei, Rachet, and Clank even gave her assistance after seeing her in trouble, the battle ending with Deathwing getting trapped in a small cave, the the Dark One roaring in frustration as he struggled to break free. To point, the battle went something like this.
  • Of course, being a dragon means that she is also on Ornstein's hunt list. Lilac is not at all amused.
  • Lilac has found kinship with Twilight Sparkle, as the both have strange and unique friends, and reacting violently when any of them are threatened.
  • Lilac's heart skipped a few beats upon hearing that her homeworld's invader Lord Brevon ascended to the Pantheon. And the worst part, he managed to do this by attacking the Main House. In response to this, she arranged for an alliance with Sonic and his friends to ensure that Brevon is stopped once and for all.
  • Gets along well with Neptune and her sister, due to their similarities and due to the fact that they are both the spiritual successors of Sonic The Hedgehog.
  • The sequel shows a few changes for Lilac. In addition to a couple of new techniques, the fact that she might be able to get a set of Wing Gliders in the future that will enhance her Dragon Boost makes her feel giddy.

    Sylvia 
Sylvia, Goddess of Sapient Steeds (Syl, Zbornak)
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  • Lesser Goddess (has the power of Intermediate depending on the situation)
  • Symbol: Her face
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (formerly True Neutral)
  • Portfolio: Action Girl, Mama Bear, Bizarre Alien Biology, Boisterous Bruiser, Cloudcuckoolander's Minder, Deadpan Snarker, Fiery Redhead, Good Is Not Nice, Horse of a Different Color, Hot-Blooded, One Woman Army, Only Sane Woman, Prehensile Tail, Slapstick Knows No Gender, Tomboyish Voice
  • Domains: Fist, Good, Strength, Protection
  • Allies: Wander, Yoshi, Chocobos, Banjo and Kazooie, Lucky Luke, He-Man/Prince Adam
  • Enemies: Lord Hater and Commander Peepers, the GUAE, the GUAD
  • Opposes: Lobo, Cruella De Vil
  • Odd Friendship: John Marston, TJ Detweiler, Tarzan
  • Admired by: Goofy Goof
  • Long have Lord Hater and Commander Peepers been relieved that a certain Zbornak wasn't in the Pantheon. That changed one fateful day. While Hater and Peepers prepared to invade the House of Heroes, Wander made his usual appearance, offering friendship. Hater set off to eradicate the pest as usual while Peepers started the invasion... only to see half the Watchdogs in a battered mess. The second in command watched in horror as Sylvia single-handedly laid waste to the army. When confronted about not being an official god, Sylvia gleefully showed him her papers officially adding her to the Pantheon. A quick fight later saw Wander and Sylvia setting off, hugging it out while the two villains recovered from their latest clobbering.
    • On occasion, she would team up with Commander Peepers, mainly to break up any sort of teamwork between Wander and Hater when they have more pressing matters at hand.
    • It was discovered that Sylvia was once a follower of Bounty Hunter Lobo before she discovered Wander, who eventually showed her the error of her ways. It's also why she does her hardest to look away from his temple, ashamed of her past self.
    • If you thought Lord Hater is vengeful, you should see Sylvia should anyone mess with Wander. She will unleash rage that would make Asura proud. It wouldn't matter what rank you were: she will deliver a beating to remember.
  • If Wander serves as The Face of the duo, convincing villains to to abandon their ways, then Sylvia provides the muscle for those who refuse. Melkor grows increasingly annoyed as invasion after invasion has been halted by her fighting prowess.
    • She has recently made enemies with the GUAD, the faction believed to have sponsored Lord Dominator's goals to destroy her galaxy. Wander and Sylvia proved to be victorious, due to some surprising help from Lord Hater.
  • Upon Wander's insistence, Sylvia set out to meet other mount deities. First was Yoshi, a creature she admits has an appetite that rivals her own. While she finds eating her opponents to be mildly disgusting, she was moved by the creature's loyalty to Mario.
    • Next up were the avian mounts known as Chocobos. The conversation was predictably short with Sylvia deciding to give the birds some seeds before setting out. The Zbornak may have taken away some of the birds, but the Chocobos don't seem to mind.
  • She and Wander sometimes hang out with fellow duo Banjo and Kazooie in the House of Music. When they decide to play music, Sylvia sits out and watches the other three play. Her singing and banjo skills were capable of clearing out the room in no time.
  • While she dislikes her time as a Bounty Hunter, she has grown fond of John Marston. One day, when she was feeling down, the Retired Outlaw went up to her temple, telling her not to be too hard on herself. She has done much to rectify what she had done and she should be proud for taking that path.
  • It took a lot of convincing to get it in everyone's heads that she is not a horse. She doesn't mind horses, though, it's just annoying to be mistaken for something you're not.
  • Once went to the House of Combat to test her skills and promptly cleared the room in the process.
  • For a moment, TJ Detweiler thought that the infamous Ms. Finster made it to the Pantheon. Instead, he found an equine alien, one who's much more laid back. He especially loves hanging out with Wander. There were other interactions Sylvia had due to her voice.
    • Tarzan has grown to love roughhousing with her like he did with Terk. Thankfully, Sylvia can easily handle it.
    • Cruella thought it would be a good idea to capture the Zbornak and turn her into a leather coat. All she got was a trip to the hospital. Sylvia outright despises the fact that Cruella has a similar voice to her own sometimes.
  • Goofy can't help but feel attracted to her, given her similarities with Peg Pete. After one conversation that turned a little awkward, he quickly apologized to her before going on his way.
  • Was given an offering by Jolly Jumper, herald of Lucky Luke. The horse initially turned down the offer, hoping someone worthy would take the title. The two converse over their mounters, especially on how annoying they can be at times. Nevertheless, they are never too far from them.
  • Was also met by Battle Cat, He-Man's loyal steed, in his battle form. His normal form, Cringer, is a bit too nervous to interact with Syl.

    Tauros 
Tauros, The Divine Multiple-Tailed Beast (The Wild Bull Pokémon)
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    We3 
Bandit, Tinker & Pirate, Triumvirate of Weaponized Animals (Bandit: 1; Tinker: 2; Pirate: 3)
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Tinker, Bandit, Pirate
  • Lesser Deities with the cybernetic upgrades; Quasideities without them
  • Symbol: An ID tag with "We3" on it
  • Alignment: Somewhere between True Neutral and Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Phlebotinum Rebels, Secret Project Refugee Family, Xenofiction, Mature Animal Story, Speech Impaired Animals, Power Trio, A Group of Cyborg Animal Weapons Meant To Be Used For Military Operations, What Measure Is a Non-Human?
  • Domains: Animals, Warfare
  • Allies: Red Genesect, Fluttershy, Cyrax, Bladewolf, Kotaro Minami, Sonic, Tails, Knuckles, Crash Bandicoot, Buddy Baker, Takeshi Hongo & Hayato Ichimonji, Inori Yamabuki
  • Enemies: Ghetsis Harmonia, Cruella de Vil, Napoleon, Viktor, Dr. Eggman, Sundowner, Senator Armstrong, Monsoon, Mistral, Sektor, Neo Cortex, The Grox, Metal Face, Fulgore
  • Opposes: Muruta Azrael, Lord Djibril
  • Commonality Connection with: Kiryu
  • Pitied by: Judy Hopps & Nick Wilde
  • In a slightly futuristic world, a government decided to set up a program known as We3, which was meant to create animal weapons to be used in wars. Consisting of a dog (Bandit AKA "1"), a cat (Tinker AKA "2"), and a rabbit (Pirate AKA "3"), the project got shut down despite some progress being made. The one who spearheaded that project decided to let the animals go and from there, the trio was left to fend for themselves. Did these animals ask to get turned into weapons of war? Most likely not, but one thing was certain: their ordeal took a toll on them.
  • When their journey came to an end, Pirate was the only one of the group that didn't survive and the others removed their cybernetic upgrades a while after that. The House of Life and Death took care of bringing Pirate back to life, though the House of Technology did something unusual in regards to the armor. They can be removed from the animals and put back on if necessary, though only if someone among the group's friends does that.
  • A few animal lovers such as Fluttershy and Inori Yamabuki heard about the group's ordeal and have offered to take care of them whenever the trio isn't in action to fend for themselves.
  • Some animals are capable of human speech while others aren't. Although these three can't "talk" in a traditional sense, their suits are able to translate their thoughts into what can be considered simple articulation. All of their "thoughts" have differing speech patterns as well depending on the animal. Those who are capable of talking to animals are hoping to provide a clearer translation of the group's thoughts.
  • This trio came as a surprise for Sonic, Tails, & Knuckles as the latter three had been used to freeing animals from robots while battling against Dr. Eggman. Animals that were being used as cyborg weapons and not fully stuffed inside a robot was a different thing. Nevertheless, Sonic, Tails, & Knuckles befriended We3 given what that group had gone through.
    • As for Eggman, he's quite interested in the capabilities of these cyborg animals and is hoping to enhance them to move closer to his goals (and by that, it means stuffing them inside some sort of giant robot that is capable of using that group's individual abilities and then some). Needless to say, We3 and Team Sonic are not going to let that happen.
  • Judy Hopps & Nick Wilde learned about what this trio had gone through and were quite saddened to hear about it, especially since before being turned into cyborg weapons, the trio were just normal animals (in particular, Pirate's final fate hit Judy & Nick the hardest). The two are hoping that these three don't end up worse than before.
  • The trio was not pleased to hear about Cruella de Vil and Ghetsis Harmonia, both of whom are known to treat animals poorly (in Ghetsis' case, the animals are more fantastical than normal ones). Fortunately, for unknown reasons, neither of them really pay much attention to the trio.
  • Even though they had to deal with humans that performed some questionable actions, the group learned that there were a few reasonable ones out there, such as a homeless man they encountered during their journey. This is partially why they don't want anything to do with Napoleon and his agenda to make animals superior to humans.
  • Despite Crash Bandicoot not being a cyborg, he ended up being made to fulfill the goals of an evil scientist. Regardless of his eccentricity, We3 were able to become friends with him since they all had to escape from being used for something bad. The unusual capabilities of this trio gave Neo Cortex another idea about using altered animals for his schemes.
  • Although Bladewolf is a robot and not a cyborg, it didn't stop him from being friends with these three (Bandit is particularly friendly with Bladewolf, due to canine kinship). Not only were they also built for less-than-noble purposes, but he and this trio were also looking for freedom from their creators (or at least trying to survive, in the case of Bandit, Tinker, & Pirate).
    • It was through Bladewolf that Bandit, Tinker, & Pirate learned about the group that Bladewolf was originally created from. We3 became antagonistic towards Desperado Enforcement, especially Sundowner for using war for little justification other than profit. One would have to wonder if an equivalent of We3 is being planned by the Winds of Destruction, though Sundowner appears to be really interested in that idea in addition to his already-in-use child soldiers.
  • Both this group and Kiryu are animal-based weapons that went off on their own thanks to circumstances. Kiryu's inspiration is destructive, so to speak, and Kiryu's potential tendencies have made the group a bit unsure whether they should interact with it or not.
  • Lord Djibril & Muruta Azrael have earned the group's ire thanks to the two having an affinity for war and being heartless humans in general. What bothers the animals most is that Muruta & Djibril were involved in a program that turned normal humans into ruthless killing machines and the three dread thinking of what would happen if these plans become applicable to animals as well (in addition to the cybernetics).
  • Many ruthless cyborgs such as Sektor and Viktor became interested in the trio's capabilities and have tried to get these animals to join them. A lot of the meetings so far have resulted in violent battles. These cyborg animals are only trying to survive, and causing more misery for others to please other ruthless cyborgs is not part of the trio's plans.
    • On the other hand, the animals are much more friendly towards less hostile cyborgs such as Cyrax, Kamen Riders 1, 2, and Black, mostly due to the fact that all of them received cybernetic upgrades and became a deadly force against their will.
  • Their real names are indicative of their outsider status and have no direct relation whatsoever to the profession of their names in question.
  • They also have a spot in Other Weapon Tropes. If they are in that house, then they are almost guaranteed to be wearing their cybernetic upgrades.

Demigods

    Donkey 
Donkey, God of Second-Rate Equines
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  • Theme Music: A cover of I'm a Believer
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His face
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: A Donkey named "Donkey", The Lancer, Nice Guy, Talking Animal, Motor Mouth, Deuteragonist, Friendless Background, The Pollyanna, Large Ham, Plucky Comic Relief, waffles
  • Domains: Donkeys, Sidekicks
  • Heralds: Dragon & the Dronkeys (His wife and children)
  • Allies: Shrek, Yoshi, Lapras, Chocobos, Sylvia, Skitty & Wailord, Pinkie Pie, Tigger, Pollyanna Whittier
  • Enemies: Lord Farquaad, evil dragons
  • Opposes: Merlin
  • Odd Friendship: Eeyore, Mushu
  • Since Shrek's world has largely been defined as a parody of fairy tales, it would only make sense that the hero's steed is something that wouldn't be considered a steed by normal standards. The obviously-named Donkey is exactly that, being rather frail compared to a typical stallion that a number of other fairy-tale heroes use. Donkey is also rather talkative, but in spite of those quirks, he has an optimistic attitude and has remained loyal to Shrek since their first meeting.
    • At one point, Donkey actually transformed into an actual white stallion thanks to a potion that he, Shrek (who was turned into a human due to that potion), and Puss in Boots found. Unsurprisingly, it was only temporary and Donkey turned back into a donkey and stayed that way after the potion's effects wore off.
  • One bizarre thing about him is that he has a dragon (named Dragon appropriately enough) for his wife, but what can be considered the strangest thing about him is that their kids are a mix of donkeys and dragons, referred to as Dronkeys. Even though many are still wondering as to why or how that is even possible to begin with, Donkey has been hanging out with Skitty & Wailord since the two Pokemon have been used to the issue of great size difference in breeding.
  • Pinkie Pie, having learned that there was a donkey in the Pantheon, believed that Cranky Doodle Donkey had ascended and decided to look for him. While she didn't find him, she was very happy to see that this donkey was quite as energetic as she is, even though Donkey is not on the same level of zippiness that Pinkie Pie is. The two are often seen talking to each other, with Donkey occasionally helping out with her parties.
  • Tigger was able to find an opportunity to meet up with Donkey, partly since this donkey was more energetic than Eeyore was (whom Tigger is already good friends with). Through Tigger, Donkey got to meet with Eeyore and has made a handful of visits with Tigger's glum companion to try and at least get him to feel better.
  • Donkey managed to make good friends with a number of other steeds in the Pantheon. In particular, he gets along great with Sylvia since the two of them have had less-than-favorable pasts (Sylvia being a Bounty Hunter; Donkey being bullied by others, having his previous owner treat him badly and almost being sold out) before meeting their respective companions and being loyal to them.
  • Fa Mulan once heard a voice from a distance and believed that it was her animal sidekick Mushu. When Mulan got to the source, she found out that the source was a completely different animal sidekick, though one that also talked quite a bit.
    • Donkey did find Mushu while strolling through the Pantheon and accidentally stepping on him. Donkey was happy to meet a new friend, especially one with a similar voice to his own. He wasn't fazed when Mushu warned him that his "real" size would scare the equine to death — Donkey is already married to a large dragon.
  • Having been used to the dragon from his world, Donkey decided to learn about other dragons when he heard there were dragons in the pantheon. He quickly learned that some of them are nowhere near as friendly as his mate and has been avoiding them because of that.
  • Evidently, as an actor for a film franchise, he visited Las Vegas once and even had a stunt double with him. Even though most don't believe that Donkey is selfish, some think that his fame made him act like that during the aforementioned instance.
  • Likes waffles and even named one of his Dronkeys after that food. There are some who have been trying to warn him that waffles left out in the middle of nowhere are suspicious and could lead to trouble if Donkey took the bait.
  • He doesn't like Merlin, because one time — when the wizard teleported him, Shrek, Puss-in-Boots, and Prince Arthur back to Far Far Away — he and Puss switched bodies (they were holding hands during the spell). While in Puss's body, he had difficulty walking on two legs, among other things Puss did. Merlin eventually used his magic to return Puss and Donkey back to their respective bodies...except for their tails. That side-effect eventually wore off, but since then, Donkey hasn't trusted any of Merlin's magic.

    Mr. Blik, Gordon, and Waffle 
Mr. Blik, Gordon Quid, and Waffle, Godly Triumvirate of Pet Heirs
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From left to right: Gordon, Mr. Blik, and Waffle
Jimmy Neutron, ''Patrick Star, Sam Manson, GIR, Ren and Stimpy, Jenny Wakeman
  • Enemies: Cruella de Vil, Ghetsis Harmonia
  • How did these three make it to the Pantheon? Well, things were really weird…and that's all there is to say, and because there is no representative for it yet, the Court of the Gods decided to set them up in the Pantheon to represent Pet Heir.
  • While not technically having battled alongside them, Mr. Blik seems happy to meet up with the Nicktoons again.
  • Gear, their car, can be converted into any vehicle the cats want. Spaceship, travel through the Atlantic Ocean, giant drill, whatever is needed, it has become.
  • Mr. Blik once got the power of Magnetism Manipulation from static buildup in his fur. But he suffered Power Incontinence, and once he managed to lose his powers, he's since been cautious of superpowers in general, and very scared of the likes of feerokinetics like Magneto and Pyrrha Nikos.
  • Gordon's 'Song of the Sea' is known to be a Brown Note. Thankfully, it's not too damaging to living matter, but it does crack walls, break glass bottles, turn banshees to stone, and even rip beards off.
    • Saoirse was a little curious about that and went for a visit (with Ben, of course) to ask about that song, although Gordon was hesitant to demonstrate it to the kids. They managed to become friends after that after sharing stories, though neither human nor selkie like Mr. Blik that much.
  • Gordon is way around ducks, since there was one he feared from his childhood (and proved a competent fighter as Mr. Blik and Waffle found out). The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog didn't help matters either.
  • "Yeah!"
    • "Great Gopher!"
      • "Splee!"

    Ratigan 
Ratigan, God of Species Confusion (Professor Padriac Ratigan, The World's Greatest Criminal Mind, the Napoleon of Crime)
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  • Theme Music: The World's Greatest Criminal Mind; Alternatively, Goodbye, So Soon
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His cape and hat
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Faux Affably Evil, Evil "Big Mice", I Am Not a Rat, I am a Big Mouse, Sissy Villain, Evil Is Hammy, Would Hurt a Child, Evil Brit, Evil Genius
  • Domains: Villainy, Ham, Rats Big Mice
  • Herald: Felicia, his cat, who also serves as his executioner in the Mouse World
  • Allies: James Moriarity, Gaston, Sideshow Bob
  • Enemies: Basil and Dawson, Sherlock Holmes, Watson, Jerry, Doraemon, Speedy Gonzales, Fievel Mousekewitz, Remy the Rat, The Minions, Twitch
  • Opposed by: Mickey Mouse, deities that are protective of children
  • With a name like Ratigan, it would be easy to assume that he is a rat. However, this is not the case. Well, he is a rat, but he prefers to be called a "big mouse." It's just easier to assume he's a rat going off his name.
  • As one of James Moriarity's followers prior to ascension (and the Mouse World counterpart to the noted mastermind), he was happy to meet his inspiration. Both Sherlock Holmes and Watson are wary of the rat and are arranging the ascension of their counterparts, Basil and Dawson, to keep him in check.
    • Basil and Dawson later ascended properly and Ratigan is currently setting up a plan that would ensure their defeat for good.
  • He was originally a mouse, but he is more known for being a rat. Ratigan certainly wishes the former were the case.
  • Gets along rather well with fellow Disney villain Gaston, due to both of them being hammy and being admired for their ego.
  • While Doraemon is wary of many of the cartoon mice within the Pantheon, Ratigan is one of the few that he is openly afraid of due to his track record.
    • Speaking of cartoon mice, the other mice (and rats) present don't really have a high opinion of him.
      • Mickey, being a Disney character like Ratigan is, usually has to make sure Ratigan doesn't get too out of hand with his plans.
  • Earned the ire of many deities that are protective of children, as he has had a history of drowning orphans. He also drowned widows, which has also irritated some other deities, to put it lightly.
  • Despite not having a role in Maleficent and Xenahort's plans, he has been watching it with interest.
  • Has a bit of a tendency to create overly complicated death traps if he can't decide on a single way to kill anyone that gets in his way.
  • By default, he keeps a calm and collected composure. If a major plan of his fails, he'll pretty much lose it and become more feral.
  • Back in his own world, he kept a cat named Felicia that he seems to care about. Some are wondering what will happen if he tries to make Greebo his successor in terms of having a cat to use against his enemies or Ratigan's own incompetent mooks.
  • Because of Ratigan's Bad Boss tendencies (using his cat on someone that messed up his Villain Song and called him a rat, for instance), the Minions have shown a dislike towards him.
  • He was originally going to be God of Rats, but he objected to it as it would make more beings call him a rat and not a "big mouse." The Court of the Gods then decided to go with something else instead.

Quasideities

    Iwashiro Tesshou 
Iwashiro Tesshou, God of Kindly Veterinarians
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: His goggles; the R.E.D.symbol
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: A Kindly Vet who is a Friend to All Children and Living Things; Has a Perfect Pitch; A Skilled Surgeon who is Awesome by Analysis and Passionate Determination despite being an Idiot Hero; Named his pet nurse-dog, Dog
  • Domains: Vets, Keen Sense of Hearing, Passionate Idiot Heroes
  • Followers: His friends and allies from R.E.D. and Meiou University, as well as the people and animals that he had helped (though he is still scared witless of Tsukasa Ryoutou); any vet who wishes to save lives, even the smallest of animals
  • Herald: His nurse-dog, Dog
  • Allies: Many of the good-aligned Gods, especially in the Houses of Beasts, Nature, Friendship, Family and even Knowledge
  • Opposes: Anyone who takes advantage of the misfortune of others, be it human or animal
  • The Gods in the House of Knowledge noted that they lacked a suitable representative of veterinary knowledge despite having a God of Medicine (a.k.a. Dr. Gregory House), and Tony Tony Chopper who can speak to animals. While they were discussing about electing a God of Veterinarians with the Houses of Nature and Beasts, which was a given as the two houses would need a good vet for the animals that live in there, Steve Irwin remembered that he had met a vet from the R.E.D. before his own ascension and thus decided to contact them to recommend a vet for ascension. Seeing no harm in it, the other gods agreed to it.
  • When the vet failed to appear at the scheduled time, the gods got frustrated and assumed that no one would come for the ascension. They got a pleasant surprise when they realised that the representative vet from R.E.D., Iwashiro Tesshou, had actually arrived earlier than expected but had ended up spending most of his time in the House of Beasts to treat the sick animals there alongside with Fluttershy who quickly accepted him as a friend. After witnessing his dedication and skills first hand, despite his book dumb nature, the gods quickly decided to make him the official vet-deity of the pantheon.
  • Although Tesshou was originally supposed to be placed in the House of Knowledge, it was decided that he would be placed in the House of Beasts instead. The reason is twofold:
    • Firstly, Tesshou's major characteristic is his determination to help sick and injured animals, not his "encyclopaedic" knowledge of veterinary work. Nevertheless, he is known to do a lot of studying so that he can better help his patients, thereby granting him an honorary place in the House of Knowledge.
    • In addition, being placed in the House of Beasts would allow Tesshou to respond more quickly to give treatment to his patients, something which Tesshou is happy to accept.
  • Given his position as a vet, Tesshou is given a considerable amount of respect, or at least tolerance, by even some of the more aggressive animals in the House of Beasts (few would want to harm one's own well-meaning doctor/vet after all). He also visits the House of Technology on occasion given his skills in modifying motorcycles.
  • As Tesshou has a bad habit of overworking himself, Tony Tony Chopper and Fluttershy volunteered to give him a helping hand so that he can get some rest. Sakaki, who aspires to become a vet, was more than happy to accept him as her veterinary teacher.

    Pongo and Perdita 
Pongo and Perdita, God and Goddess of Pet Perspective
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