Pantheon / Betrayal

Et tu, Pantheon?

Despite its dubious reputation, The House of Betrayal isn't just home to the least trustworthy members of the pantheon. Though, they make up the majority. It's also home to those who forsake their evil ways and try to be good. But they are few in numbers.

The house also have members of the false friend variety. While they are also part of the House of Friendship, they spend most of their time here.

Currently there's no Guardians assigned to the house. While it's unknown why, most think it's because any Guardians would be backstabbed by the other members for their seat. Others think that a certain someone in the house keeps teamkilling them when they ask for help.

For some odd reason, there's one lone Riot-Control Stormtrooper who shouts out "Traitor!" whenever he passes by the house. He has since been identified by First Order members as FN-2199, or "Nines".


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Greater Gods

    Arthas Menethil 
King Arthas Menethil, God of Embracing One's Inner Darkness (Crown Prince of Lordaeron, King of the fallen Lordaeron, Slaughterer/Butcher, First of the Lich King's Death Knights, Champion of The Scourge, The Lich King)
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  • Theme Song: Arthas, My Son (O, Thanagor) and Invincible
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The Crest of the Scourge
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil, formerly Chaotic Good
  • Weapon of Choice: Frostmourne
  • Portfolios: From The Wise Prince To Evil Overlord, Cool Sword, Evil Ice, Thinking That "Light Is For Fools", Jumping Off the Slippery Slope, One-Man Army, Values his soldier even after his descent into evil, Evil use of Ice, Death Knight
  • Domains: Evil, Undead, Villainy.
  • Allies: Kel'thuzad, Anub'arak (Albeit unwillingly for the latter), Diablo, Sindragosa, Arcturus Mengsk, Luca Blight, Dio Brando, Dracula, Lucifer the Doom, Deathwing, Ostarion, Napoleon, Zhaitan, Sektor, Esdeath, Kaldr and Lissandra and a good amount of the Undead-oriented Gods of the Pantheon
  • Enemies:
  • Interested in: The Wendigo
  • Evil Counterpart to: Zuko
  • Once the prince and future King of the Human Kingdom of Lordaeron, Prince Arthas Menethil was a Paladin who wanted to avenge his people, to the point of doing whatever it took to protect them. This proved to be Arthas's downfall, because after taking his troops to Northrend to enact vengeance on the Dreadlord known as Mal'ganis, and on the way claiming the cursed sword Frostmourne, Arthas unwillingly ended up becoming the very thing he was fighting against.
    • This was cemented when he "succeeded" his father, and after slaughtering countless victims in his path, Arthas ended up becoming the Lich King. The world of Azeroth may have Bolvar Fordragon as the Lich King right now, but in the Pantheon, that seat belongs to Arthas, and he is far less benevolent than Bolvar is.
    • How nice Arthas was before becoming the Lich King is debatable, but some sources state that he wasn't the All-Loving Hero he pretended to be (nor is it looking like he is going to be anytime soon).
  • Though he is not a member of the House of Death, he has a massive amount of undead creatures at his disposal, making him one of the few gods in the Pantheon with his own personal army, better known as The Scourge.
  • Insists that the being that was seen crying like a baby in the tortures of the underworld by Sylvanas Windrunner was not him. To enforce that insistence, he registered himself in the battlefield of the Blizzard heroes, as the dark, evil glory of the Lich King. Side by side with him is a fellow demonic ally, The Lord of Terror Diablo.
    • However, the organizers had only one condition for Arthas. He had to be the sparring partner of every new hero that entered the nexus. While it sounded good on paper, Arthas later found out that the job was much more painful than that.
    • To his surprise, his old love Jaina has ascended and will be participating in said battle. However, Arthas brushed off any attempts to rekindle the old flame, claiming that he will still crush her without mercy.
  • Elsa despises him for his evil use of ice, and for reminding her too much of Prince Hans.
  • Nobody actually expected that Arthas would instead make his move during the 25-Year Prophecy. He approached Liu Kang and managed to convince him to embrace his inner demons. He convinced him that deep down, he's tired of having to play up the goody two-shoes Mortal Kombat Champion persona, and he truly is fitting for conquest and rule...and that he shouldn't be bogged down by any "mentors", be it Raiden or Rachel, he should "make his own destiny", just like how Arthas broke away from the light. In this endeavor...Arthas succeeded, Liu Kang started to embrace his lust for power as the new ruler of the Netherrealm, and broke away even from Rachel, and in one fell swoop, not only Arthas made it clear what he does best, he also started a chain reaction smearing Rachel's reputation as the 'new, better Kombatant mentor' to dirt, if she couldn't even keep the main Kombatants in line.
  • Arthas's story heavily mirrors that of the fabled King Arthur, except that Arthas took a darker path in contrast to Arthur, and the latter hates him for daring to betray the people that he so desperately tried to protect. Arthas dismisses the King and is only interested in making Arthur his greatest champion. The fact that both Excalibur and Frostmourne might be evenly matched could potentially make for a fantastic battle if they ever decide to trade blows...
  • He helped Diablo to ascend Arcturus Mengsk, proving himself as an example that death is not the end of everything. With that, along with Sarah Kerrigan's swing towards Anti-Heroism, the 'Blizzard Big 3 Evils' are reunited (Amon still needs time to establish himself). However, Arthas usually gets annoyed whenever Mengsk compares him with his 'pretty boy son' Valerian.
  • He was not happy to hear that his old rival, Illidan Stormrage, ascended along with his ally Kael'thas Sunstrider. This was made even worse when Sylvanas Windrunner also ascended. Because of his presence, all three of them decided to join the GUAG Token Evil Teammates with one goal: destroy the Lich King permanently.
  • Clashed with the paladin Yrel upon her ascension; while he won the fight, the good Blizzard deities stopped him before he could kill her. For the moment, Arthas was glad he kept himself in shape by fighting in the Nexus, and gladly challenged Yrel, telling her she was welcome to go apply herself there. "Next time," he claimed, "I'll turn you into one of my many Death Knights. Draenei Death Knights sound like a good experiment..."
  • He was bemused when he learned that in an alternate timeline, he was known as Count Arthas du Menethíl, a vampire who was one of the potential suitors of Sarah Von Kerrigan.
  • Once was confronted by Ashley Williams, given that the latter was killing a lot of his Undead Scourge. Ash barely escaped his encounter with the Lich King, and since that day, Arthas likes to taunt him for his failure.
    • But it was Ash who had the last laugh; he directed Arthas to his good friend and undead-slaying partner, Artix von Krieger. Arthas thought Artix was a weakling—until he saw how Artix's special ability to collect the souls of every undead he slays to empower him, his axe being so shiny gold because he slayed so many undead, the fact that getting rid of the axe does not weaken Artix because Artix's power comes from souls, the fact that Artix has a shadow of a giant darkness dragon oh and Artix is the Champion of Darkness—his world's equivalent to a god, and Arthas immediately found himself utterly decimated. Arthas thought he had the last laugh after he tricked Artix with "Your shoe's untied"note ...and then got mauled by Artix's undead-slaying Pomeranian, Daimyo. Arthas avoids him like the plague.
  • He is tired of people mispronouncing his title as "The Lick King". The two are very different jobs you know?
  • Was once enemies with Esdeath, but he eventually got on her good side by convincing her to give in to her inner demons. Esdeath admits that he was right all along.
  • He is interested in recruiting The Wendigo to The Scourge, but the creature would prefer not serving under the Lich King. Arthas himself is not afraid of it or even the spirit that possesses it, as Frostmourne can make short work of that nuisance.
  • Even though they share similar titles, he has nothing to do with The Lich.
  • As if Arthas's days couldn't get any worse, when he heard of Uther's ascension, he lost his shit. He personally went to meet Uther and taunt him about his failure back in Lordaeron, and tell him that he won't hesitate to kill him again. Uther isn't afraid of Arthas, but instead of feeling utter hatred for his old protégé Uther felt disappointed in himself
    • It got worse when his old combat instructor and formerly very close friend, Muradin Bronzebeard, managed to also get in. Reports say that Arthas was throwing a temper tantrum so high that everyone in his house couldn't calm him down.
    • Even moreso, with the return of Turalyon and Alleria, the two has been vowing vengeance for his betrayal and ravaging of both Quel'Thalas and his own home, Lordaeron, as well as the fates of both Uther and Sylvanas. In response, Arthas just sighed on his throne. "It's not easy being the Lich King. I still like it, though."
  • Arthas once lent his Frostmourne to Abaddon. However, as time went on, Abaddon started to gain some nobility as he felt more content about supporting and protecting his allies. Before Frostmourne could claim him, he returned it right at Arthas' gates and adopted his own 'Curse of Avernus' to make up for that. Arthas just sighed, "Some people just don't appreciate power when they are offered a chance." Though he swore that one day, he might stage an assault on Avernus and show him the extent of what his Frostmourne can do.
  • Arthas was also the one responsible for capturing and brainwashing Tryndamere, and he sent him to wreck his home in Freljord, only to be stopped by his love for his wife Ashe, which, in turn, drove him away with his Undying Rage. However, Arthas still counted it as a victory... The real purpose of this was actually to steal information from Tryndamere about a friend he made with a certain Guan Yu. Arthas used the information to create his own 'Mystical Warrior' set. Needless to say, Guan Yu is pissed that Arthas would dare to use his image for evil.
  • "Frostmourne Hungers"

    Starscream 
Starscream, God of Betrayal (Screamer, The Silver Snake, Stiletto-Heeled Freak)
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Intermediate Gods

    Angel (Lilo & Stitch
Angel, the Goddess who Defected for Love (Experiment 624, Boojiboo, Hotcakes)
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  • Theme Song: Her Siren Song, but played or sung in reverse for a good reason. (Even then, she refuses to sing it for another good reason.)
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: A pink microphone with the number "624" etched on it, with a small image of the "V-crest" on her chest underneath the number
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (used to be Neutral Evil until she met Stitch)
  • Portfolio: Aliens Speaking and Singing English, Ascended Breakout Experiment, becoming Stitch's girlfriend after initially pretending to be so, Cute Artificial Alien Girl, Damsel in then later out of Distress, looks like a pink, female Stitch, Defecting for Love, Experiment Magnet, Enthralling Siren, ex-Evil Diva, Ironic Nickname becoming Meaningful, "(You're [Formerly] the) Devil in Disguise", Siren Song Controls Good/Evil Alignment, Captured for Her Betrayal, Love Redeems, Stitch's "boojiboo" and second Morality Pet, the Pink Girl to Stitch's Blue Boy, Pint-Sized Powerhouse to some unknown extent, Somewhat Inconsistent Back Marking, You Are Number 624
  • Domains: Brainwashing (formerly), Love, Redemption, Family, Genetics, Music
  • Allies: Stitch, Lilo Pelekai, Sparky, Margaret Moonlight, Zuko, Hinata Hyuuga, Rio, Bubbles
  • Complicated Relationship with: Reuben
  • On good terms with: Good-aligned members of the Houses of Family and Love
  • Enemies: In general, anyone who is against love (especially between her and Stitch) or family. Specific enemies include Gideon Graves and Raynare.
  • Observed by: The Men in Black
  • "Angel" was the 624th of Dr. Jumba Jookiba's illegal genetic experiments and the penultimate one he made with Dr. Hämsterviel's funding. 624 was primarily made to make sure Jumba and the 623 experiments made before her stay evil, singing a siren song that converted reformed beings back to their evil ways. She worked for Gantu and Hämsterviel until Stitch, who she tried to manipulate, won her over with his sheer kindness (and because he was immune to her siren song). Feeling guilty about what she did to Stitch, Angel turned on Gantu and Hämsterviel by converting the "cousins" she brainwashed back to good. A displeased Gantu took her away from Stitch for nearly two-and-a-half years for betraying him. After he and Lilo got themselves captured by Gantu when they attempted to free Angel and the other experiments, Stitch confessed his love to the pink experiment, motivating her to break herself out of the containment capsule she was in and free him, Lilo and the other captured experiments. Now Stitch and Angel are a happy couple, spending plenty of their free time going out on dates together or being with their 'ohana.
  • Stitch's influence has caused her to become a better person overall. While her music career has caused her to develop some diva-like traits, and she still has some of her older seductive personality, she is a nice person in general. Her relationship with her family is not perfect, since she prefers to be with Stitch more than anything, but Angel does care about them and will fight to defend her family.
  • Stitch vowed to get his girlfriend ascended to the Pantheon more than any other experiment (and he's still working hard on getting as many of his "cousins" in as possible), but he wasn't successful himself. Many times he was unable to convince the gods, mainly because he just begged for her to be in without making a solid case for why she should ascend. Every time he was denied, he solemnly went back to his temple to mope and/or cry in front of his personal shrine for her.
    • He went to talk to Margaret Moonlight backstage for comfort after one of her performances. The assassin was surprised when Stitch told her how much her voice reminded him of his "boojiboo" (which finally explained to Margaret why Stitch became a fan of hers in the first place), and how much he missed his girlfriend: dearly. Margaret would then go talk to Lilo about Angel, and the little girl gave the whole story about how the pink experiment redeemed herself. From there, Margaret made a solid argument to the Court of the Gods about why they should ascend Stitch's love to the Pantheon. The gods didn't expect the assassin to actually try to help someone else out like this, but nonetheless, they agreed that her argument was convincing enough to grant Angel godhood.
    • Angel just finished her latest intergalactic tour at Hawaii's Aloha Stadium when Margaret met her backstage and told the pop star experiment about her new role in the Pantheon. Angel wasn't willing to go at first, but then she was told that Stitch was waiting for her there. At that point she and Margaret immediately boarded a plane to the Pantheon. Some time after, as Stitch was wandering around the Pantheon, he heard a familiar voice coming from the House of Betrayal. He thought it was Margaret at first, but he could tell that it wasn't her upon entering the House; "Can't Help Falling in Love" is not one of her regular songs. He rushed over to where the voice was coming from and entered a pink temple. Angel came out from behind a curtain in the room, continuing to sing the Elvis song, much to Stitch's delight, and the adorable experiment couple shared a hug once she finished singing. Since then, they have happily maintained their loving relationship, going on frequent dates around the Pantheon.
  • Her relationships with the other gods from her world aside from Stitch are mostly good. Even though they didn't get along at first, Angel and Lilo are fine with one another. They do see each other as friends and have no issues with the other's relationship with Stitch. The two sometimes even hula dance together, with Angel singing traditional Hawaiian tunes (or Elvis Presley songs sometimes) for background. She also is well-acquainted with Sparky, who has forgiven her after she apologized for making him evil again back then.
    • Her and Reuben's relationship, on the other hand, is a bit more complicated. Like Stitch, Reuben's always been attracted to her, and often tries to woo her whenever they meet. She is usually annoyed by him as a result, and doesn't like how he calls her "Hotcakes" either. She's told him several times how she did not appreciate him for allowing her to be in Gantu's captivity. She especially didn't like that time he tricked her into singing her song backwards just to record it and play it backwards in an effort to try to make the experiments evil again.note  To his credit, he's apologized numerous times for all that, but she's not ready to forgive him, considering his continued behavior when he's around her. She sees him as 'ohana, but barely, and prefers to keep her distance from him.
  • She is BIG in Japan. There is a lot of merchandise modeled after her that's sold over there, her albums are often top of the Japanese charts, and her frequent concerts in the country are always sold out. She and Stitch sometimes visit the Land of the Rising Sun together for vacation, and every single visit, the cute and fluffy couple are swarmed by their Japanese fans at almost all times.
  • She has been accused of being unfaithful towards Stitch by leaving him for Experiment 627 when he supposedly disguised himself as a human prince, and then later for Reuben, who supposedly became a "rebel without a cause" at one point. She has angrily refuted these claims, saying that she will always love her boojiboo. (Reuben has also denied that he charmed her away from Stitch, though he wishes he had.)
  • Her primary ability has garnered the interest of evil gods who wish to brainwash others into becoming evil, and it doesn't help that her siren song also works on her own creator. Even if her life depended on it, she refuses to sing the song either forwards or backwards ever again, out of fear that someone would be secretly recording her just like Reuben once did.
  • Despite that ability she no longer likes, Angel's voice is still very alluring, becoming a very successful pop singer with it. She has performed multiple hit concerts in the Pantheon since her ascension. Stitch joins her on stage in some of these concerts to play either acoustic guitar or ukulele on her slower, "unplugged" performances, and audiences find the two adorable every time they perform together on-stage.
  • Don't be fooled by her looks, she can fight. As mentioned above, she's at least strong enough to bust open those sturdy containment capsules. She also once took down four Leroy clones in rapid succession using her martial arts skills. If you really want to see her get serious, take away her boyfriend (if you even can).
  • Stitch has expressed great concern about Angel being in the House of Betrayal instead of the House of Love, worrying that she could be manipulated back into evil. Thankfully for him, Zuko, Stitch's ally in the House of Betrayal, promises that he will make sure that nothing bad ever happens to Angel in there and she will remain on the side of good.
  • Loved hearing the story of how Hinata's love and devotion to Naruto made the Byakugan Princess a strong person. Angel and Hinata have gotten along very well since meeting each other; the former told the latter how she inspires her to become a better person for herself, her boyfriend, and her family.
  • Has met Rio, who applauded her for defying her evil programming through love.
  • Is appalled at Gideon Graves for using love as a means to support his wicked motives. He is very interested in using Angel's siren song to not only further maintain control of his ex-girlfriends, but to also make it easier for him to try to brainwash Ramona Flowers and complete his collection of ex-girlfriends. Angel called him a dick in Tantalog when she first heard about his, er, exploits.
    • Also despises Raynare for completely manipulating Issei until she killed him. To the experiment, the Fallen Angel is a cautionary tale of how she could have turned out if she stayed evil.
  • Besides Margaret, Angel has also met at least one other deity who sounded like her (and there are plenty). For example, while Angel was shopping at the House of Commerce's mall looking for dresses to wear on future dates, Bubbles was flying around looking for stuffed animals to add to her collection, when she noticed Angel from a distance. Mistaking the experiment for a pink koala plush, the Powerpuff Girl excitedly rushed down and hugged Angel from behind. Surprised by the random hug, Angel instinctively wrapped her antennae around the hugger and threw her into a rack, causing Bubbles to cry loudly, saying that she didn't mean to make the "cute pink koala" mad. Feeling guilty and slightly embarrassed for hurting a young (albeit superpowered) girl who apparently liked her, Angel apologized for the aggressive reaction and comforted Bubbles by hugging her back. Bubbles accepted the apology and the hug, quickly going right back to her cheerful self. The two got to know each other from there and became good friends.
  • As with Jumba's other experiments, Angel is under the watchful eye of the Men in Black.

    Ash Crimson 
Ash Crimson, God of Fake Antagonists (The Sneering Blaze, Dark Ash, Ash Crazed by the Spiral Blood)
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  • Theme Song: Splendid Evil, Joker, The Second Joker, Diabolosis
  • Intermediate God on a good day, Greater God on a bad day.
  • Symbol: A joker card engulfed in green flames.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (Jokes on you! More of a dark shade of Chaotic Good with Necessarily Evil tendencies, though he was forced into Chaotic Evil at one point)
  • Portfolio: Playing With Green Fire, A Pretty Boy Who Looks Like a Lady, Questionable Sexual Preferences, The Fighting Narcissist, Everything Sounds Sexier in French, Guile Hero, The Trickster, Teen Genius, Youthful Freckles, Wild Card, Lots of Zippers, Well-Intentioned Extremist, Deconstruction of the Author Favoritism, Victim of SNK Boss Syndrome, Paint It Black, Heroic Sacrifice, Go Out with a Smile, Ret Gone.
  • Domains: Flames, Mischief, Combat, Trickery, Tragedy.
  • Allies: Kyo Kusanagi, Iori Yagami (former enemies), Xion, Himeko Kurusugawa, Chikane Himemiya, Alucard (Lords of Shadow), Beatrice, Lambadelta, Asuka, Homura
  • Enemies: Orochi, Vanitas, the GUAE Trollkaiger (especially The Joker)
  • Unknown Rival: Kurt Hummel
  • Not So Different from: Homura Akemi and Oriko Mikuni.
  • Pities: Superboy Prime.
  • Intentionally thought to be the Villain Protagonist of KOF, Ash caused a stir by targeting the powers of the Three Sacred Treasures team, stealing the powers of Chizuru and Iori, and seemingly planning to go after Kyo next. The truth was that he was fighting a lone war against the cult known as Those From the Distant Land led by his ancestor Saiki who piloted to revive Orochi. Saiki, unhappy with the betrayal of his grandson, overtook Ash's body and forced him to fight the winners of the 13th KOF championship. When the portal to the past began to close, Ash retook control of his body long enough to keep him and Saiki from leaving as the portal closed shut, consequently causing the both of them to be erased from existence. Thus, it's a surprise to find that he appeared in the Pantheon one day, looking no worse for wear.
  • As soon as he ascended, he encountered his old rivals Kyo and Iori. It was at that moment that their lost memories of him came flooding back. They would've tried kicking his ass, but they came to realize that he wasn't as bad as he made himself out to be.
  • Once encountered Elizabeth while snooping around the Pantheon. The only thing he said was, "Nope, you aren't Betty" and walked away.
  • Lambdadelta is thoroughly impressed by his efforts and planning, calling him the living embodiment of the Wild Card. Beatrice also expressed amazement in his ability to defy the impossible.
  • Made fast friends with Xion and is very present company for her. Not much of a surprise as he is her former High Priest.
  • Kurt Hummel doesn't seem to be happy that there is now another "ladyface" boy in the Pantheon. Ash doesn't pay much attention to him, though.
  • Was very unhappy to discover that there was a creature called Orochi in the Pantheon, even if this one looks like some kind of large deformed woman. He remembers all too well the pain and burden the Orochi of his world caused his Only Friend Elizabeth, which was what lead him to do what he did in the first place. He has since arranged for an alliance with Asuka, Homura, and their teams to ensure that Orochi will regain its power again.
  • Verily opposes the Trollkaiger, especially the Joker who he ironically shares a namesake with. He doesn't find the Agent of Chaos' jokes to be funny at all.
  • When asked about Homura Akemi and Oriko Mikuni, his answer was:
    "Huh, it's a shame really. Under different circumstances they would've been friends. Too bad they both went over the edge to ensure their victory."
  • A few of the more feminine goddesses admire his nails art designs and would like to learn his secrets. Ash was more than happy to let them in on it.
  • Feels that Superboy Prime deserves better, due to the Earth-Prime Kryptonian's characterization being derailed and as a result, Superboy Prime curses the fanbase in the sense they abandoned him after the initial rescuing from the unlikability heap. He even said the following: "Poor guy; I wish I could sympathize with him, but ultimately, his rants wouldn't convince the audience to root for him."
  • Has also aligned himself with LOS!Alucard, which worries many considering what these two masterminds are capable of. Their first order of business is to undermine Vanitas' plans for Sailor Moon.

    AUTO 
AUTO, AI Deity of Anti-Mutiny (Autopilot)
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  • Theme Music: Directive A-113
  • Intermediate Deity
  • Symbol: A steering wheel with a red eye in the center; directive "A-113" may be seen in the red eye
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral, though some see it as Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Creepy Monotone, Anti-Mutiny, Cyber Cyclops, The Computer Is Your Friend, Evil Sounds Deep, Just Following Orders, A Threat with a Red Eye, Very Similar to HAL 9000
  • Domains: AI, Space, Directives
  • Allies: HAL 9000
  • Enemies: WALL-E & EVE, James T. Kirk, Jean-Luc Picard, Agent Smith, The Machine, Ludvig Maxis, EDI, Jeff Moreau, Star Fox
  • Opposes: AIs that would try to Kill All Humans, hackers
  • Opposed by: Deities related to plants
  • Odd Friendship: Samaritan(?)
  • As the AI for the luxury space cruiser Axiom, it is AUTO's primary job to navigate the ship throughout outer space thanks to Earth being a desolate wasteland. The directive given to AUTO was "don't return to Earth" and the AI followed it thusly. This later lead to conflict against the captain of the Axiom (who believed that the order is no longer applicable) and the robots aboard that ship as soon as a plant, which was evidence of life, was brought in via WALL-E & EVE.
    • There have been a few wondering as to whether or not AUTO's directive also applies to additional planets such as Mogo, with alternate Earths such as PNF-404 being brought up often in these conversations.
  • Several comparisons have been made towards it and the HAL 9000, mainly them being AIs for a spaceship, having a red eye as a defining feature, and being much more antagonistic than they seemed to be for the crew involved. AUTO has often been invited to conversations with HAL 9000 because of that.
    • When it come to other AIs, AUTO hasn't had a lot of time to communicate with them. While Samaritan is intrigued by AUTO's similarities to the HAL 9000 and has struck up a mild friendship with it, AUTO hasn't been talking to it that much.
      • All told, AUTO has no interest in working with AIs that seek to put an end to humanity in general. While AUTO is apathetic towards humans and would try to incapacitate those who try to disobey it, AUTO wouldn't go that far in asserting its authority.
  • Despite having a connection to a large corporation, AUTO usually isn't around the wealthier deities or those in charge of similar large corporations.
  • Many deities who have an affinity towards plants (or are plants) dislike it for ignoring a plant found (it was meant to be the evidence that life on the desolate Earth was still viable) for the sake of following its own directive to the point of antagonizing its own crew to maintain that order.
  • What isn't much of a surprise, given the latter's attitude, is that AUTO and Agent Smith don't get along with each other. It's mostly due to Smith trying to get rid of other AIs and AUTO having no tolerance for anything that could create disorder in its vicinity.
  • Given the obstacles that it gradually caused for the Axiom's captain, AUTO has earned the opposition of a number of space captains and travelers who see it as potentially obstructive in the long run.
    • Of these pilots, Jeff Moreau has the greatest issue with AUTO, especially considering that the AI is already on bad terms with EDI. Jeff is very upset to hear about a spaceship AI that could potentially interfere with space travel due to a certain directive and has made sure that AUTO doesn't endanger EDI in any way.
  • AUTO sees any sort of hacker as a potential problem, given that they could potentially override AUTO's default directive.
  • No one is exactly sure why the phrase A-113 is used for AUTO's directive. Some think that they have seen that number (and letter) before, but most of these instances generally weren't regarded to be that important and could really only be seen by those that were really paying attention to their surroundings. AUTO having that phrase as a means to ensure its authority may be the only important usage of that phrase for the time being.

    Dr. Viktor 
Dr. Viktor, God of Obvious Traitors (King Viktor- formerly, Frankenfreak, Dr. Monster- by Ben Tennyson)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A purple lightning bolt
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Back from the Dead, Blood Knight, Conflicting Loyalty (with Zs'Skayr), Cyborg Alien, Developed an Austrian Accent as of Omniverse, Dropped a Bridge on Him (he got better, though), Enemy Mine (also with Zs'Skayr), Even Evil Has Standards, Former Dragon (again, to Zs'Skayr), Former Member of a Terrible Trio, Genius Bruiser, Mad Scientist, Shock and Awe, Super Intelligence, Technopath, Transylians Can Breathe In Space and Speak English
  • Domains: Betrayal, Blood Knightery, Electricity-Based Powers, Mad Science
  • Allies: Zs'Skayr, Penelope Mouse, Toriel, many members of the Houses of Knowledge and Combat!
  • Enemies: Starscream, Ragyo Kiryuin, Stormtrooper FN-2199 "Nines", considered to be as such by the Grox
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork With: Zs'Skayr, Kuphulu
  • Somewhat Resentful Of: Viktor
  • Avoids: Michael Morningstar
  • Admires: Patrick Star, surprisingly
  • Opposes: Charmcaster (somewhat) and occasionally Zs'Skayr
  • Opposed By: Ben and Gwen Tennyson, Kevin Levin, and Frankenstein's Monster
  • Observed By: Agents K and J
  • Fascinated By: The Grox
  • Dr. Viktor earned his ascension into the Pantheon under the House of Betrayal due to an extreme lapse in judgment on his master, Zs'Skayr's part, as well as that of his colleagues. Viktor made it very clear that he was in opposition to Zs'Skayr's plan to resurrect the Vladats, which had formerly enslaved his people. It should have been no secret that Viktor was probably going to eventually be the Judas in the midst of Zs'Skayr's henchmen. He outright stated his disapproval, even going so far as to call the scheme "madness," complete with a very distraught expression. But even then, everyone was somehow still surprised when Viktor went against orders and dropped Ben Tennyson at the last second before the newly-resurrected Lord Transyl could take control over him, like he had already done with the rest of Anur Transyl's populace. He proclaimed that Transyl and the other Vladats must never rule again, and because of his betrayal, Ben was able to defeat Zs'Skayr and weaken Transyl to a point where Viktor could deal with him himself.
  • Viktor is a member of the Transylian species from Anur Transyl, a planet in the Anur System. He served as the unwitting genetic donor for Ben Tennyson's Transylian form, Frankenstrike. His species bears a clear resemblance to Frankenstein's Monster. This has caused quite a bit of confusion between the two of them. Almost a case of alien Furry Confusion, if you will. The Monster is also somewhat afraid of Viktor, because not only does he share an eerily similar name to his creator, Victor Frankenstein, but he is coincidentally also a scientist.
  • At one point, Viktor was killed off-screen by Kevin Levin. King Xarion used one of Ben Tennyson's alien forms, Ampfibian, to transfer his mind into Viktor's deceased body. From this point on, Viktor/Xarion was known as "King Viktor." After he was defeated, Ben and the gang left him to be encased in molten metal. Eventually, Zs'Skayr was able to free Viktor by entering his body and destroying Xarion's soul. This allowed Viktor to regain control of his body. Viktor tries not to blame Kevin too much for this, especially seeing that he probably wasn't entirely in control of his actions at the time.
  • Despite everything, Viktor still considers himself loyal to Zs'Skayr. Their relationship, along with his and Kuphulu's, has been very complicated since their ascensions, though. Zs'Skayr especially is still angry over what happened, and Viktor is still wary of his master's plans from time to time, causing their alliance to be much more teeth-clenched than it used to be.
  • Like with Zs'Skayr, Viktor's relationship with Ben, Gwen, and Kevin has been somewhat complicated. Though their relationship has improved somewhat because Viktor saved Ben's life, the group is still wary of him due to his dealings with Zs'Skayr.
  • Again, speaking of complicated relations, Viktor isn't sure how he feels about Charmcaster. Sure, she stole the Alpha Rune from Zs'Skayr, but this was the artifact whose power was needed to resurrect Lord Transyl, and said power had already been sufficiently drained by the time she got to it. In all honesty, after everything that transpired, he really wishes that she would've gotten to it sooner.
  • Dr. Viktor is wary of Michael Morningstar. He caught Morningstar looking his way once, and was not impressed. Morningstar, similarly to Kevin Levin, can drain the energy of others. This actually happened to Viktor once at the hands of Kevin, and it did not end well. As such, he is definitely not keen on the idea of it happening again.
  • Viktor is secretly kept under close watch by Agents K and J. They are uncertain of whether or not he can be considered a trustworthy alien. He is from the House of Betrayal, and his dealings with Zs'Skayr have also raised some concerns.
  • Viktor is one of the few deities in the Pantheon who legitimately loves Toriel's snail pie. As such, the two of them often bond over said pie. Though their conflicting alignments can make things awkward (Neutral Evil and Neutral Good respectively), Toriel can do nothing less than nod and agree whenever Viktor goes on one his tirades about everything wrong with Ragyo.
  • Dr. Viktor is a frequenter of the Houses of Combat! and Knowledge. He often helps out in the House of Knowledge's labs and classrooms in hopes of possibly gaining access to its more restricted areas. He was there for the infamous Ugly Barnacle incident. Unlike most members of the House of Knowledge, though, Viktor can't help but give Patrick credit where it's due for being able to erupt the entire House into chaos so quickly with only three sentences. The House of Combat, on the other hand, has thus far proved to be a very viable means of letting off steam for Viktor.
  • Dr. Viktor is somewhat resentful of Viktor for sharing a name with him. It's because of him that most members of the Pantheon have to call him Dr. Viktor to avoid confusion. At least everyone usually calls Dr. Frankenstein, whose first name is Victor, by his last name as opposed to his first name. Dr. Viktor still acknowledges that this isn't exactly Viktor's fault, though. He can't help his name, after all.
  • Dr. Viktor vows that one day he will wring Nines' neck. He's had enough of this whole "traitor" business every time the Stormtrooper walks by the House of Betrayal. So far, though, Viktor has not managed to get ahold of him.
  • Dr. Viktor absolutely despises Starscream, who he blames the most by far for the House of Betrayal's inability to elect Guardians. He also hates Ragyo for the abusive and incestuous tendencies toward her own daughters. Even Viktor has standards! He wouldn't have been able to make his ascension in the first place if he didn't. Viktor often retreats to other houses, most usually the House of Knowledge, as a means to give himself a break from the frequent arguments with the two of them. When that doesn't do enough to calm his nerves, picking mostly friendly fights in the House of Combat usually works quite nicely. Viktor doesn't get along poorly with everyone in the House of Betrayal, though. He and Penelope bond over their shared interest in gadgetry all the time.
  • Viktor has always harbored a strange fascination with the Grox. It most likely stems from select similarities that their species has with his species, namely their cyborg appearance. He attempted to approach them once, but any further attempts to get in with them were made practically impossible when he made an offhanded remark about how physically weak they seem to be despite their cybernetic implants. All attempts to explain himself only dug his grave deeper, and as a result he can no longer be in their general vicinity without violent retaliation. As such, Viktor has had to rely on archives in the House of Knowledge for any further information on the Grox.
  • Dr. Viktor has always been intrigued by Twilight and Fifty Shades of Grey since copies of the books are not allowed on any shelf in the House of Knowledge. All inquiries made on them so far have proven to be unfruitful. He has only heard very brief and abridged summaries of the books or claims that he should stop asking questions he isn't prepared to hear the answers to. Despite the warnings, though, he still wants to know what all the fuss is about.

    Loran Cehack 
Loran Cehack, God of the Conflicting Loyalty (Laura Cehack)
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    Ragyo Kiryuin 
Ragyo Kiryuin, Goddess Who Forsake Her Own Humanity (Disco Milf - call her that at your own peril, Mama Bad Touch, Rainbow McFeelYouUp, World's Greatest Mom)
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    Shay Patrick Cormac 
Shay Patrick Cormac, The God Who Keeps Switching Sides (The Assassin Hunter, Templar Enforcer, The Traitor)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A shattered Assassin Symbol, behind the Red Cross of the Templar Order.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral with Lawful Good tendencies, but is considered Lawful Evil by the Assassin Brotherhood.
  • Portfolio: Betrayed the Assassin Brotherhood, Afterword’s Purging It From North America, Slaughtered Countless Assassins In His Quest For Retribution, Betrayed The Assassins After They Unknowingly Slaughtered Thousands Of Innocents, Takes No Pleasure In Killing His Former Comrades, Decimated The Assassins In The North American Colonies Almost Singlehandedly, The Most Feared Assassin Hunter In History, Believes He Is, And Is In fact Heavily Implied To Be, Doing The Right Thing
  • Domains: Hunters, Turncoats, Order
  • Followers: A small group of Templars, at present.
  • High Priests: Christopher Gist (Cormac's first mate), Haytham Kenway.
  • Allies: None at the moment. Potential ally might be Eiki Shiki
  • Person of Interest for: YHVH
  • Opposes: The Pyro
  • Target of Jealousy for: The House of Luck and Fortune
  • Enemies (Targets for Assassination): Esdeath, Corvo Attano, Niko Bellic, Solid Snake, Agent 47, The Spy, Valeera Sanguinar, Jack the Ripper
  • Lawful Counterpart to: Shiro Tagachi
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Night Raid (one-sided)
  • Formerly a member of the Colonial branch of the Assassin Brotherhood, Shay devoted his Templar career to hunting down his prior associates. Aboard his ship, the Morrigan, Shay's travels brought him to New York and the Appalachian Mountains, among other locations. Reasons being the Assassins meddling with Precursor artifacts, resulting in the deaths of thousands. Shay’s attempts at changing this were all shot down, and after being betrayed and left for dead, decided to join the Assassins' sworn enemies.
    • Later on, when he discovered an unknown island, he thought it was an assassin hideout, only to be teleported to the Pantheon a few minutes after. There, he accepted a position in the House of Ambiguity, until he was kicked out due to his info being outdated, especially with the ever-changing requirements of the Trope Pantheons. The most disgusting part about this, according to him, is that he ended up in a Humiliation Conga that none dare to recount, and that ended with Ezio kicking him while he was down, as a "punishment" from the Brotherhood. Obviously, Shay was pissed.
    • It turns out, the Humiliation Conga was initiated by The Spy simply to troll the ex-assassin. He disguised himself as a non-ascended Connor Kenway just to validate it. With that mis-step, the Pantheons re-assigned Cormac back to the same house.
  • Assassins of all alignments stay far away from Shay when he’s around. There is a reason why he got the moniker of The Assassin Hunter.
    • Even modern spies and assassins aren't going to be taken lightly. Shay still believes that even with the new years, modern spies are just the same, uncaring and ruthless. He's going to make his first strike on them, starting with Solid Snake.
    • Somehow, he can even sense the Spy through his disguises. He mocked him for being a useless spy compared to the other ones he fought. On the other hand, he has opposed the Pyro to being a bane of assassins; after all, he is still an assassin himself.
    • Out of all the assassins out there, there is one person he hates so much. That would be Shiro Tagachi. For someone who betrayed the emperor for listening to a false warning from a fortune teller, saying that he would be killed by the emperor, which lead to his first attack, this really has gotten on Shay's nerves, so much so that it gave him a Heroic B.S.O.D.. Not only that, he even heard how Tagachi's other actions worsened. As a person willing to kill for the good of the people, Shiro will be his first primary target.
  • Later made an enemy in Corvo Attano, who not only is an Assassin, but is angered by Shay’s betrayal of The Assassin Brotherhood, which he not only is allied with, but it reminded him of Admiral Havelock and the Loyalists betraying him. Shay has avoided contact with Corvo, knowing about his supernatural power.
  • When Eiki heard of Shay's intentions for his betrayal, she decided to recruit him as her herald in her "white" judgement times. While she is a bit wary of his killing motives, she actually understands Shay's situation, that the assassins in his time were causing more damage than good by using the Pieces of Eden the wrong way.
    • YHVH however, is not letting Eiki recruit Shay into her authority, his reason being that he can instead be a division leader for his Templar group. Too bad Shay's objective isn't gathering power but killing his former advocates for the good of the people, and is willing to defect from the Templars should the time arise. While this has given a limit for YHVH's criteria, he's not going to let the opportunity slip away.
  • The House of Luck and Fortune became envious when they heard that he can make his own luck. At first, many deities never bothered listening to it since it was almost impossible for a mere mortal to create his own luck, but after hefty evaluation and even surviving the odds of his adventures, it made it clear that Shay has indeed been lucky ever since.
  • It's weird that Haytham, Shay's superior in the Templar Order, is now a follower.
  • Ezio became enraged when he found out Shay Cormac ascended into the Pantheon (again), dropping his usual cheerful personality in place of Cold Fury which greatly disturbed many of his followers. Ezio’s hatred stems not only from the Assassin-Hunter’s status as a Turn Coat, or the fact that he personally butchered hundreds of his brothers, but because Shay is a constant, living reminder of all of the Order’s shortcomings and flaws. Shay himself is entertained by Ezio’s resentment, actually having a rather high opinion of the man (seeing many aspects of himself in the Assassin). Nonetheless, even with a heavy heart, Shay will not hesitate to kill the Mentor.
    • Part of his respect towards Ezio is the Mentor's willingness to help and provide for those around him, similar to a dear friend who helped him join the Templars. Shay bitterly mutters that if someone like Ezio was his mentor, perhaps he wouldn't have defected in the first place.
    • Weirdly, one thing they share in common is their contempt for Esdeath, whose Social Darwinism worldview (Strong oppress the Weak) conflicts with Shay's Templar beliefs (Strong shepherds the Weak). Another common trait between them is that they both have a Teeth-Clenched Teamwork status with Night Raid, whose…measures when dealing with their foes are more extreme than the Templars at their worst, insofar as Shay knows. The main reason why Shay has yet to go after them is that he's fully aware that one: they outnumber him, and two: as much he hates to admit it, their skills outweigh his own. The only solution he knows for his problem with Night Raid, as well as Esdeath, can only be solved by teaming up with the Assassin mentor, Ezio. Surprisingly enough, both Shay and Ezio are open to the idea, knowing the Assassins and Templars have both unified on occasions in history.
    • Also a note for both: Please do not mention a certain timeline in front of them. Shay has condemned its presence and its speaking that he is a Big Bad, despite being canon.
      Shay: Let us not talk of that. I'd rather keep my mouth shut.
  • Has gained another target in the form of Jack the Ripper, upon discovering that the serial killer is in fact a rogue assassin just like him. Shay is still trying to figure out how such a man went off the deep end.
  • "History may brand me traitor, rebel or renegade. But in the end, it doesn't matter how history remembers me... What matters is that I followed my own creed."

    Shiro Tagachi 
Shiro Tagachi, God of Treacherous Bodyguards (The Betrayer, Legendary Assassin)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Harbinger of the Deceiver
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Assassin by Profession, Big Bad of Factions, Dual Wielding Cool Swords, Dying Curse, Fallen Hero, Marked With Scars, Master Swordsman, Melee Fighter With Magical Abilities, Meditation Powerup, One-Man Army, Usage of the Hate Plague and Animated Armors
  • Domains: Assassins, Death, Revenge, Combat
  • Followers: Raven, Vossler
  • Allies: Alex Mercer, Albert Wesker, Gul'dan
  • Rivals: Ezio Auditore, Katarina du Couteau, Golden Darkness, Valeera Sanguinar, Lanaya the Templar Assassin
  • Enemies: Auron, Brock Samson, Kallen Kozuki, Peko Pekoyama, Ichigo Kurosaki, Undyne, Artoria Pendragon, Rider, Hercules, Corvo Attano
  • Chaotic Counterpart to: Shay Patrick Cormac
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Mana Ouma
  • Opposed by: The House of Royalty especially Jaime Lannister
  • Nobody but Shiro Tagachi himself knew why the Emperor's most trusted bodyguard slew him. Did he want the throne? Did he seek revenge? No matter the motive, Shiro's act of betrayal became legendary in Tyria as one of the most significant events in Canthan history. Though Shiro died, he returned to Cantha after two hundred years as an Envoy. When he was meant to use his powers to guide the dead to the mists, he instead exploited it to create a powerful disease known as the Affliction and to enslave souls to seal inside armors known as the Shiro'ken with which he built an army to use for his plans to return to life. Though he succeeded with resurrection, he faced his second death by the hands of eight Tyrian heroes. As a punishment for his actions, he was sent to the worst prison in the afterlife, the Realm of Torment.
    • With his ascension, however, Shiro was freed from the prison, much to his relief. Now he looks for opportunities within the Pantheon for ways to be resurrected.
    • The story of Shiro Tagachi has become legendary to the point that Revenants are capable of channeling his power in the form of the Legendary Assassin Stance, granting them great strength and mobility like Shiro himself.
  • May have respect for other assassins; in timelines where the Tyrian heroes defeating him were all assassins, he bowed to them. Ezio Auditore in particular has earned respect from the Betrayer for earning the throne of Assassins, though Shiro wouldn't mind trying to take the throne himself if he desires.
  • His betrayal and murder of the Emperor made the House of Royalty ban him from the house in a public declaration of opposition. Shiro cares little for that however, viewing the House of Royalty as "not worth his time" for the moment.
  • For his act of treason toward the Emperor, Shiro Tagachi has earned the ire of many good-aligned bodyguards throughout the Pantheon, especially by Auron.
    • While not a bodyguard per se, Undyne is still the head of a royal guard, and as such, has a low opinion of Shiro Tagachi. In fact, she considers him to be one of the worst humans for breaking the Emperor's trust in him.
  • Alex Mercer is quite interested in the Affliction disease, because of the similarities between that and the virus from his homeworld.
    • Albert Wesker has also expressed an interest in the disease, especially when he heard that it's incurable. The afflicted may not be zombies, but it's close enough in his eyes. While Shiro is unlikely to simply regain the powers of an Envoy and recreate the Affliction, Wesker believes that he is more than capable of helping the Legendary Assassin with that, and possibly become capable of creating a similar disease himself.
    • However, Shiro is not exactly fond of Mana Ouma. Her incestuous feelings for her brother creeps him out.
  • Ichigo Kurosaki is appalled that Shiro Tagachi abused his powers as an Envoy (a Psychopomp like the Soul Reapers) for his desire for revival and revenge. The assassin himself hates Ichigo for being a reminder that the other Envoys banished him to the Realm of Torment after his second death.
    • Ryuk, on the other hand, found Shiro Tagachi to be very interesting for basically ignoring his duty as Tyria's equivalent to Shinigami and getting away with it until his second death. For now, Ryuk is making sure to observe the assassin whenever possible for his own amusement.
  • Gets along with Gul'dan, someone who is also famed for betrayal. The Warlock is especially impressed by how Shiro executed his plan to return to life and the fact that he possess powerful magical abilities even as an assassin.

    Xellos 
Xellos, God of Lovable Traitors (The Mysterious Priest, The Trickster Priest, The Dragon Slayer)
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    Zuko 
Zuko, God of Embracing One's Goodness (The Blue Spirit, Lee, Fire Lord Zuko)
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Lesser Gods

    Akechi Mitsuhide 
Akechi Mitsuhide, God of Fatal Close-Associate Betrayals (Akechi Juubei Mitsuhide, Reaper, Tenkai, Nankobou Tenkai)
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Mitsuhide on a good day
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Mitsuhide on a bad day

    Arvis (Fire Emblem
Arvis, God of Surprise Betrayal By Reinforcements (Alvis, Duke of Velthomer, The Successor of the Divine Flame, The Head of the Velthomer Family, The Emperor of Grannvale)
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    Bryan Fury 
Bryan Fury, God of Repaying Kindness With Evil (The Wicked Replicant, Snake Eyes)
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  • Theme Song: Bryan Fury
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Tattoo on his neck
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Absolute Insanity, Returning From the Dead Thanks to Abel's experiments, Kicking Defeated Opponents When He Wins, Blood Knights, Combat Sadomasochists, Cyborgs, Loves to Laugh, Doing Evil Things Because He Likes It, Having a Black Heart and White Hair.
  • Domains: Destruction, Evil, Cybernetics, Pain, Fear, Combat, Ungratefulness
  • Allies: Vali Lucifer, Juri Han, Liquid Snake, Sadira, Jinx, Aran Ryan (the latter doubles as a Worthy Opponent)
  • Enemies:
  • Follower: Emperor Tachyon
  • When Bryan was on the verge of death after confronting Dr. Abel, Yoshimitsu saved him out of the kindness of his heart and entrusted him to Dr. Bosconovitch, who in turn said that he'd transfer Bryan's consciousness into a new, metallic body. When Bryan's design was shown to be too complex, Dr. B instead installed a perpetual generator into Bryan. The next thing anyone knew, corpses of Manji-clansmen piled up, and Yoshimitsu found a wounded Dr. B, all courtesy of Bryan, without an ounce of shame.
  • Since then, Bryan has been on a rampage of destruction doing whatever he wants when he wants; this even led him to find a Jack Series Robot, with which he went to try and uncover Pandora's Box. Along the way, he ran into many fighters, including Juri Han, whom he found admiration for.
  • He also finds that he works well with Jinx, and the two sometimes rampage together, though he finds her silly behavior annoying.
  • He is known to laugh at people who claim to be good for the sake of being good (he would even say this to the faces of Madoka Kaname, Cosmos and even Superman). As far as Bryan is concerned, good is inherently hypocritical — it can't exist in the first place. Only the naive, the deceptive, and the monstrous exist. He admits to being the third.
  • He loves fighting and always claims: "Reasons and motives are just afterthoughts. It's fighting that keeps us monsters alive."
  • He surprises others with the fact that he sometimes sounds like Johann Liebert when speaking his native English language, but he personally just uses the fact to mess with others around him when he fights.
  • One time, he got into a fight with Issei. Bryan knew Issei wasn't fighting with all his power, so he decided to push his Big Red Berserk Button: he harassed Issei's harem physically. Suffice to say, Bryan got a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown he wouldn't forget.
    • In response, Bryan laughed; to him, that was a fight worth a damn and the most fun he ever had, and he has planned to try and get stronger to fight him again. This is how he chose to train. Issei, in response, says that Bryan actually reminds him of Vali Lucifer and, on a worse note, Freed Sellzen, but won't forgive what he's done to his girls — although he does know it was all just a ploy to make him fight harder.
  • One day, he stumbled upon Aran Ryan and immediately was challenged by the Irish boxer to a fight. Bryan, without a drop of hesitation, accepted the challenge and confronted him. Rumor has it that they kept fighting for 3 days straight until they got tired. They became good friends afterwards and they often spar in their free time.
  • Despite all the douchebaggery he gets up to, even he knows better than to incur Asura's wrath. Not after the last time he drove Mithra to tears.

    Felix (Red vs Blue
Felix, the God of Fake Friendship (Sunkist McScouty, Pumpkin Patrol, Isaac Gates)
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    Gharnef 
Gharnef, God of Pupil Turned Evil (Dark Pontifex, Garnef)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Darksphere and the tome Imhullu
  • Theme Song: Gharnef, Lord of Shadow (cutscene), Bellowing Darkness (battle)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Big Bad, Evil Sorcerer, Obviously Evil, a former ally of good without a caring heart, Evil Makes You Ugly, change from ally to enemy through the corruption of the Darksphere, Uses brainwashing, resurrected once with some problems, cannot be harmed with Imhullu in hand, planned to kill Medeus with no obstacles in the way, resurrecting Medeus again and awakening the Earth Dragons to destroy Archanea, all of the tragedy and crisis because he was denied a single tome
  • Domains: Pupil, Evil, Corruption
  • Allies: Gul'dan, Ragyo Kiryuin, Johan Liebert, Loki, Sosuke Aizen, Yuri
  • Enemies: Marth, Caeda, Lyndis, Tiki, Lucina, Chrom, Darth Vader, Arvis, Sunset Shimmer, Alex Mason
  • Opposes: Lelouch di Britannia
  • Once a student to the White Sage, Gotoh, when he was denied the inheritance of Aura, which instead went to Gotoh's other student, Miloah (Linde's father), because of Gharnef's uncaring heart. Out of jealousy, he stole The Darksphere and created the dark spell Imhullu. After killing Miloah and taking over the magic kingdom Khadein, he resurrected Medeus and the Dolhr Empire and worked with him in taking over Archanea (though he planned on removing Medeus once the war was over with, using Imhullu and the stolen Falchion). However, he was defeated by Marth and his comrades, and he cursed Marth and his lineage, swearing to destroy them all. He was later resurrected by his heretical followers, and offered the Darksphere to King Hardin of Archanea which twisted his soul into a tyrant and made him declare war on Archanea, while he and his followers kidnapped four noble ladies as sacrifices for the resurrected Medeus and awakening the Earth Dragons to destroy Archanea, only to be defeated by Marth again.
    • Of course, even in death, he managed to ascend into the Pantheon and plans to conquer it. First, however, he must gather allies.
  • Gharnef is invincible with Imhullu in his hand, but the only thing that can harm him is the spell Starlight, which his former master created from the Starsphere and the Lightsphere. And since there currently isn't anyone who has Starlight, nothing can harm him yet.
  • Historians have noted that the sorcerer Gharnef is the first among evil dark-wielding Sinister Ministers, at least in the Fire Emblem universe. Arvis is very wary of him due to how similar he is to Manfroy and Nergal, and, in fact, may have inspired them both.
  • He uses brainwashing as his M.O.; he had used it on several people like Tiki, Hardin, Eremiya, and (to a lesser extent) Ellerean, though it has been questioned whether he is himself brainwashed by the corrupting influence of the Darksphere.
    • Even without it, he could still manipulate others like he manipulated Michalis to murder his father and become his ally; he accomplished this by tricking Michalis into believing that he would be denied his supposed birthright in favor of his sister, Minerva.
    • When he learned that there are others much like him in terms of mind control and manipulation in the pantheon, he found them to be valuable allies. The only one he shows no interest in is Lelouch, whose morality is all over the place; Gharnef can't trust someone he can't predict.
  • He sided with another evil sorcerer named Gul'dan, the Orc Warlock. When he found that he betrayed his own master for more power, he found not only kinship in the old orc, but also a reliable ally, and Gul'dan, in turn, thinks that Gharnef is a perfect Warlock, given his backstory and motivation.
  • The Dark Pontifex became an enemy of Darth Vader, who, despite turning to the Dark side of the Force and leaving Obi-Wan's mentorship for Palpatine's, had a change of heart to save his son. Gharnef was disappointed; such power, wasted (in the wizard's eyes).
    • His title once belonged to Sunset Shimmer, but when they found Gharnef to be a much worse pupil-turned-evil — not to mention Sunset's Heel–Face Turn — he claimed the title for himself. Sunset Shimmer agrees that Gharnef turned out even worse than herself; he twisted his own soul to conquer the world.

    Jake Sully 
Jake Sully, God of Sympathy Equated With Treachery
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Jake in his original and Na'vi bodies
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A human symbol in a tree
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good, formerly Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Category Traitor, I Just Want to Be Badass, Na'vi Enemy Turned Supporter, Former Humans, Good-aligned Transhuman Treachery, Shell-Shocked Veteran, Embracing Alien Cultures, Human-Na'vi Hybrid, Interspecies Romance, Audience Surrogate, Former Paraplegic, Becoming the Mask
  • Domains: Marines, Na'vi, Invasions, Transhumanism, Natives
  • Allies: Neytiri (his mate), Ellen Ripley, Angel, Loran Cehack, James Vega, Captain Planet, Ood Sigma, Torin, Swamp Thing, Trevenant, Alex Mason, Cael Cynder, Lucasnote 
  • Enemies: Colonel Miles Quaritch, The Imperium of Mankind, Ragyo Kiryuin, Hexxus, Sundowner, Lysandre, Emperor Zurg, Xenomorph Drone
  • Jake Sully was a marine on the mission to Pandora for unobtanium, having become a paraplegic in Venezuela. Selected for the Avatar Program, which would allow him to become a Na'vi, and infiltrate them so as to give the invading humans a better advantage. However he would embrace his role, choosing to side against the RDA and protect the Na'vi. He would become one of a few to ride a great leonopteryx(a Toruk Makto), and permanently migrate into his Na'vi body.
  • Because of his siding with the Na'vi, he is considered a traitor to humanity. He considers this unfair as he wanted to protect the Na'vi from the ruthless colonialism mankind brought, however that's still regarded as treachery. Colonel Quaritch was enraged to learn that he had ascended, and immediately went after him. The Imperium of Mankind have declared him "the worst kind of xenos-loving filth" for his actions (though some of the higher-up ones are merely disappointed with him). However most good-aligned human gods understand where he's coming from.
  • Perhaps it's shared creative influence. but he works well with Ellen Ripley; they've both had to deal with some amoral companies that have tried to taken advantage of the alien, albeit with rather different contexts. He's more worried about the Xenomorph and the devestation it right reek on Pandora. Artists' impression of the encounter gives a good reason why.
  • Though having embraced his Na'vi side, he still values the existence of humanity. As mankind invaded Pandora out of a need for resources to overcome their polluted world, he's all for gods that want to fix that problem. Given the movie he comes from was a Green Aesop of sorts, Captain Planet seems to have a lot of respect for him and is happy to help clean up his version of Earth. He approves of the work that Swamp Thing is doing as well.
  • Appears to get along with Loran Cehack due to relating to his own Conflicting Loyalty and Going Native. He also seems to understand Angel as like her, he defected for love. However in spite of his treachery to mankind he vehemently opposes the likes of Ragyo Kiryuin. Sure, he turned his back on them but she wanted to slaughter all mankind to feed the life fibers and is in general horrifically depraved.
  • Currently exists in sort of interconnected consciousness, similar but not completely like a Hive Mind. A close approximation in the Pantheon would be the Ood, who share a lot with the Na'vi; they're relatively peaceful, in-tune creatures who were victim of human invasion. Ood Sigma is reminded of Klineman Halpen when looking at Jake Sully, though this annoyed Jake and stated he was a marine, not a corrupt businessman. Sigma apologized and the two parted ways peacefully.
  • Lysandre, given his contempt for humanity, at first was one to admire him from leaving mankind and the environmental balance that Pandora was in. Initially it seemed they would get along, until he learned what Team Flare's solution to overpopulation was. He was horrified at this, since even though his loyalties are now with the Na'vi, he doesn't want his former species to be genocided like that.
    • Aside from Lysandre, he considers Hexxus an enemy due to embodying pollution and helping to ruin the Earth, of which the cloud prides himself on. He also opposes Sundowner for his depraved actions towards the military, and the evil Emperor Zurg for trying to hijack hive minds.
  • Given his actor Sam Worthington, a number of gods had noticed him from somewhere else. Macbeath and Perseus were puzzled as to why they look alike, while John Connor initially believed that his old ally Marcus Wright had ascended. He sounds like Alex Mason, who ended up being a friend of his as they're both soldiers who were modified in a sense and went against their superior. He is also somewhat crippled.

    Michael J. Caboose 
Michael J. Caboose, God of Teamkilling (Captain Caboose, the Vehicle Destroyer, Teamkilling F*cktard, the Beast, Cabose)
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    Mitsuzane Kureshima/Kamen Rider Ryugen 
Mitsuzane Kureshima, God of Renouncing Evil (Kamen Rider Ryugen, Micchy, Kamen Rider Zangetsu Shin II, Kamen Rider Ryugen Yomi)
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Kamen Rider Ryugen 
  • Theme Music:
  • Lesser God (Intermediate God in Jimber Dragon Arms)
  • Symbol: The Ryugen Logo and the Budou (Grape) Lockseed
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, After a full trip from good to evil
  • Portfolio: Doing a Full Run Around the Alignments, Feeling Great Guilt Over his Actions, and Realizing Because of It, Redemption Promotion, Atonement, Teen Geniuses, Being Easily Forgiven, Bash Brothers With Kouta Kazuraba, Recovering Kindness, Being Evil Sucks, Being the Last Armored Rider on Earth no longer.
  • Domains: Dance (Resigned), Combat, Guilt, Good (formerly Evil)
  • Superior: Gen Urobuchi.
  • Mentor: Shuichi Kitaoka/Kamen Rider Zolda
  • Allies:
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork With: Kaito Kumon/Kamen Rider Baron, Guts
  • Odd Friendship With: Kamen Rider Double (Shotaro Hidari and Philip)
  • Enemies: SHOCKER, Masato Kusaka/Kamen Rider Kaixa, Lock Dealer Sid/Kamen Rider Sigurd, Redyue, Ryoma Sengoku/Kamen Rider Duke, Katsumi Daido/Kamen Rider Eternal, Takeshi Asakura/Kamen Rider Ouja, Monokuma and his Mastermind, Basco ta Jolokia, Johan Liebert, Handsome Jack, Kogane/Kamen Rider Mars, Lambdadelta, Quan Chi, Griffith, Dolores Umbridge, Ragyo Kryuin, Kyubey, "Broken" Matt Hardy, and pretty much every single god who's involved in "Project: Alternate Gentaro", Prince Hans
  • Bittersweet Relations With: Yoko Minato/Kamen Rider Marika, Nyarko, Mahiro Yasaka, AJ Lee
  • Oppose: Homura Akemi, Sasuke Uchiha, Obito Uchiha
  • Conflicting Opinion: Akechi Mitsuhide (Especially his Samurai Warriors persona; Although his Sengoku Basara persona is more likely on the enemy side), Mr. Mundy the Sniper
  • Mitsuzane Kureshima, known by his Beat Rider friends as "Micchy", is the younger brother of Yggdrasill Corporation R&D leader Takatora, he was first introduced as a young man who lives a double life as both student of a prestigious school and member of the Beat Riders street dance group "Team Gaim" alongside Kouta Kazuraba and Mai Takatsukasa in the city of Zawame who later become Team Gaim's second Armored Rider, Kamen Rider Ryugen. However, things got worse for him once he learned the Helheim Forest's dark secret from his brother, which caused him to commit evil deeds, such as betraying his allies during the Helheim conflict, until he finally took a path to redemption, after the fated battle where he teamed up with Kouta and defeated the revived Kogane who fought as Kamen Rider Jam. His redemption placed him in the House of Betrayal after he accepted his new position for Being Evil Sucks through the recommendation of fellow Urobutcher deities Madoka Kaname and his spiritual predecessor Sayaka Miki; his new position in the Pantheon is now a reminder to him that he will never make the same past mistakes again.
  • After renouncing his Evil ways, Micchy strove to become a Hero once again in Kouta's stead, and he finally made amends with his brother Takatora, the Beat Riders, and the rest of his enemies-turned-allies, like Dean Ambrose and Roman Reigns. As of now, most of his former allies from the "Project: Alternate Gentaro" incident are now his enemies, as they weren't pleased with his atonement at all; some of them, like Akechi Mitsuhide's Ax-Crazy side, wanted to finish what Micchy started.
    • Despite his atonement, some of them still hate his guts for specific reasons, which causes problems whenever they work together against their enemies. This is especially true of Kaito Kumon, because he doesn't trust Micchy for his previous underhanded backstabbing tendencies, and Guts, because of his terrible actions during the Project: Alternate Gentaro. The latter was, however, satisfied that Micchy managed to piss Griffith off when the former opposed his actions.
    • Matt Hardy once forgave him for his redemption as a hero. However, when Matt descended into utter brokenness, he has once again set his sights on Micchy as an enemy, believing him to be the one for his current state and is off to "DELETE!" the boy.
  • During the "Neo Baron Incident", Micchy worked alongside Takatora after they found out that Neo Baron managed to steal their data about the Lockseeds and Sengoku Drivers. To counter this new threat, Takatora managed to give Zack a replacement Sengoku Driver along with the new Kurumi and Marron Energy Lockseeds. He also thanked Micchy for providing the equipment, allowing Zack to transform once again to fight the Neo Baron's leader.
  • Like Kouta before, Micchy had often visited the mortal world, working with Kouta in their campaign to inspire many and not to lose hope despite its difficult troubles. He also stopped doing it for a while, and was surprised that most of the people he befriended in the mortal world, such as Rana Linchen, Shino Asada, Ryusei Sakuta, and Hikari of the ToQgers, finally ascended into the pantheon. They aided him in his battles ever since.
  • Due to the color of his base suit as well as his main fighting preference in his Budou Arms form, he is under the apprenticeship of the older green-colored gunslinger rider Shuichi Kitaoka/Kamen Rider Zolda.
  • He seems to be on good terms with other gun-wielding deities in the pantheon, and, in fact, can be seen training with them during their free time. However, Mr. Mundy the Sniper seems to be keeping an eye on him due to his actions during "Project: Alternate Gentaro". It doesn't help that he's friends with Sinon; in fact, this is the reason why he's in conflict with Mundy in the first place.
  • Upon learning that AJ Lee finally redeemed herself and teamed up with Paige in WrestleMania, Micchy is currently giving her a second chance. While the Geek Goddess is still in conflict with him, at least they admit that their respective mistakes are now in the past.
    • Yoko Minato, Mahiro Yasaka, and Nyarko, also forgave him after he began to fight the good fight once again. The three of them remarked that what was past was past.
  • Most of the good-aligned deities rib Micchy for the fact that he went through multiple seats in the pantheon before settling on Being Evil Sucks. He might have set a record.
  • He and Colette sympathize with each other regarding their shared tendencies of not telling people the information they learned for fear of making them unhappy. Colette was horrified to learn of his treachery against his allies, but she was also relieved and happy that he managed to redeem himself.
  • Due to him having been a villain who became a hero in the end, he is very sympathetic with fellow atoners like Riku, Shinn Asuka, Anakin Skywalker, Minene Uryu, Roberta, Setsuna Higashi, Ellen Kurokawa, Towa Akagi, Sakura Matou, Judai Yuki, Tommy Oliver, and Chase. Riku gave Micchy a spot in the Way to the Dawn redemption group to help other deities who were seeking redemption just like them.
    • However, he doesn't like Katsumi Daido, probably because his fall from grace reminds him of how he used to be towards his allies in the past. He opposed Homura Akemi for the same reasons.
  • He has a complicated relationship with both Sasuke and Obito Uchiha. It's not that he hates them, and he is glad they redeemed themselves. It's more that neither really had any comeuppance for what they did, compared to Micchy.
  • While he was happy to reunite with his allies from Zawame, Micchy was not happy that Kogane, Sid, and especially Ryoma Sengoku were present in the pantheon; he cannot forget that Ryoma tricked him into believing he can save Mai's life, when in reality, he intended to kill her just to snatch the Forbidden Fruit from her. He also doesn't like Takeshi Asakura, Basco ta Jolokia, and Masato Kusaka, as most of their heinous actions reminded of himself during his villainous streak.
    • Both he and Takatora were all the more disgusted at Sengoku upon finding out he started providing Sengoku Drivers and Lockseeds to SHOCKER. In response, they managed to hold one of the new Sengoku Driver prototypes and Lockseeds which was stolen from Sengoku by Iron Man, and the Kureshima brothers worked with good-aligned scientists in the House of Technology to research the stolen driver and Lockseed for more benevolent uses. The brothers made a point to stop Sengoku and SHOCKER from committing any further evil.
  • Absolutely feels sorry for what happened to Hardy Brothers and hopes to make things better between them. Unfortunately, Matt Hardy became BROKEN, Jeff Hardy became "Brother Nero" and the two sent The Cutie Mark Crusaders into Limbo and the Pantheon into wide-spread panic. Micchy is now off to stop their madness alongside his brother, hoping to atone for what he caused during "Project: Alternate!Gentaro".
  • His relationship with The Shield wrestlers has been rocky: Dean Ambrose still doesn't trust him, Roman Reigns is trying to forgive him, and it took Seth Rollins a good wake-up call after betraying Reigns and Ambrose before he truly understood Mitsuzane's position. Micchy is grateful that the three understand where he's coming from and hope to help him out with the events of "Tarot Crusaders".
  • HATES Prince Hans as the prince's actions remind him of what happened to Mai. He REALLY didn't like him after he learned that Hans stole his Sengoku Driver and Lockseed and left it at Elena's doorstep so that she could instigate the Iron Giant's rampage during the "Friendship Asylum". He was about to go after the prince, but was stopped by Gentaro Kisaragi—or rather, his shadow—who has promised Hans to hunt him down if Hans ever did such a thing again.

    Peter Pettigrew 
Peter Pettigrew, God of Breaking Oaths (Wormtail, Wormy, Scabbers)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His animagus form (a rat), or his silver hand
  • Theme Song: This
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil, with some True Neutral leanings
  • Portfolio: Slimeball, Walking Spoiler, Treacherous Secret Keepers, Dirty Coward, Alliterative Name, Rat Motives, All the Other Reindeer, The Resenter, Being Ungrateful, Sacrifing His Friends For His Own Safety, Animorphism
  • Domains: Magic, Rats, Betrayal, Cowardice, Animagi, Opportunism
  • Followers: The Wolfenritter, Hirom the Shamed, Cassiopeia
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Evil Counterpart to: Neville Longbottom
  • Opposes: The House of Felines
  • Opposed by: Most gods, particularly Jaime Lannister, and the rest of the House of Friendship. Also Caboose, Vita and Signum
  • Fearsnote  Voldemort, Emperor Palpatine, Sauron, Orochimaru
  • Peter Pettigrew was the friend of Harry Potter's father James, and member of the Marauders alongside Sirius Black and Remus Lupin. At first, people believed he was a victim of Sirius Black's betrayal, when the truth was that he had turned traitor and become a spy for Voldemort. Despite being given the role of guarding the secret of the Potters' location, he would expose their location out of fear for his life, and later play a key role in the Dark Lord's revival.
  • Better known as Wormtail, he's a man defined by his cowardice, betraying his closest friends simply to stay alive. It's not quite clear why he was sorted into Gryffindor considering their main virtue is courage, though it's possible he had the potential but simply didn't live up to it. Even Voldemort looks down on him for it, though it's more because he was disappointed that Pettigrew, of all people, was necessary in bringing him back; even Voldemort has standards.
  • The House of Friendship is disgusted at him for selling out his friends, especially Dunban. Pettigrew's actions remind him of when his companion Mumkhar turned traitor out of cowardice. As Metal Face, Mumkhar seems to get along with Wormtail, albeit in a Red Oni, Blue Oni way. As the treacherous friend, he's allied with Penelope Mouse, albeit more out of convenience than anything.
  • He was initially a follower of Pride the Arrogant. He tried to hide in Pride's shadow, but the homunculus wasn't impressed, and even now, he would rather not get involved in his plans or allow him to be involved in any plans made by the homonculi. Voldemort has other plans; he wants any Philosopher's Stones from the FMA universe in the hopes of achieving Complete Immortality, and wants Wormtail to retrieve any he can find.
    • Also was a former follower of Vector, though they don't care for each other.
  • As an oath-breaker and friend traitor, he believed he'd have common ground and understanding with Vita and Signum. Vita and Signum made it clear that's the only thing they have in common and just barely; they betrayed their oath to save their master and they truly regret it, while he got his friends killed to save his own skin. Wormtail proceeded to slink away and try to get along with Caboose, but it had been pointed out to Pettigrew that while Caboose is a team-killer, it's mainly out of incompetence and never the craven lengths Peter'd lower to. The three haven't seen Peter Pettigrew since.
  • Tries to justify his treachery by stating that he was the Butt Monkey of the group, with Remus being the only one who was consistently nice to him. While not entirely false, the truth is that they did truly care for him and thus were all the more saddened and horrified when he turned traitor. Feeling like he's The Friend Nobody Likes, he can understand where Jah'Rakal is coming from. He believed he could find common ground with Jack Atlas, who had also betrayed his friends. This immediately angered him; Jack sincerely regrets turning on his friends and has already reconciled.
  • The Doctor is pretty revolted by him because he reminds him of Gibbis, who, like Pettigrew, was a rat-like Dirty Coward. Jaime Lannister considers him as contemptible as Walder Frey. Peter responded by saying that they're both oath-breakers, and thus Not So Different. Jaime's response?
    Jaime: So many men have looked down on me for what needed to be done. I killed a psychotic tyrant to save King's Landing, to save my family. You had your friends killed by a psychotic tyrant to save yourself, and only yourself. Never compare yourself to me, even for a second.
  • An opportunist, he tends to find a larger shadow to stick around. He was more of a hanger-on to the Marauders, and continues to try and benefit under Voldemort's shadow. While Argus Filch may look like Walder Frey, most gods from Westeros agree that he's the Harry Potter character most like him in personality; cowards and oath-breakers who profit off opportunity. Him and Walder get along, mainly because they don't have anyone else who likes them.
  • Has tried to get unicorn blood under Voldemort's orders, leading him to try and attack Amalthea, Princess Celestia and Princess Luna. It went as well as you'd imagine, and he has been banned from their sub-house as a result.
  • Seen as a bit of a dunce, but besides being able to make an impressive frame-up and successfully bring back Voldemort, he's one of only 11 known animagi in the 20th century...even at the age of only 15, no less. He takes the form of a rat, which most agree is the perfect animagus for him. He managed to hide away as the Weasely's pet rat Scabbers, who apparently didn't notice that his pet was over thrice the age any rat should live to. His skill in this subject led to him trying to find allies in the House of Shape, specifically in Beast Boy, but he earned the enmity of the young hero due to his craven nature.
  • Despite his rat form, none of the rodents in the pantheon particularly care for him. Chip and Dale caused him some problems when he tried to hide once, exposing some crimes he recently committed as Scabbers. Murkrow mistook him for an actual rat and tried to eat him. In his rat form, he naturally fears the house of Felines, and is especially worried what Len could do to him.
  • Mainly follows Voldemort out of fear than anything else. He fears those similar to him, such as Palpatine, Sauron and Orochimaru.
  • As treacherous as he is, Peter is not without some sliver of humanity. At one point he hesitated handing Harry over to Bellatrix because he was reminded of a life debt due to Harry sparing him. Ironically this'd do him in, as the silver hand Voldemort had gave him strangled him for this perceived treachery.

    Renly Baratheon 
Renly Baratheon, God of Usurpers (Lord of Storm's End, Master of Laws, The King in Highgarden, The King In South)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His horned crown. Alternatively, the same black stag on a yellow background as his brothers
  • Theme Song: Ours Is The Furynote 
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with good leanings, though other interpretations have him as Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Desires to Usurp Leadership, The Charmer, Sorta Evil Uncle(not really), More Noble in the Adaptation, Stag-Themed Crowns, Looks Great, Admits He Is a Usurper, Sort of Villain with Good Publicity, Non-Stereotypical Homosexual, Sleazy Politician, At War With His Polar-Opposite Brother, Loves the Attention, Pride, Beards Both Figurative And Literal
  • Domains: Charisma, Rebellions, Successions, Beauty
  • Spiritual Precursor: Daemon Blackfyre
  • Followers: Yzma, Henry Clay, Claudius, King Knight
  • Allies: Vayne Carudas Soldier, Scar, Loki, Chou Chou, Jafar, Xerneas
  • Special relationship with: Robert Baratheon (his older brother)
  • Rivals: Doctor Doom, Keiichi Maebara, Prince Eric
  • Enemies: The Lannister family(particularly Cersei) and their muscle Gregor Clegane, Daenerys Targaryen (rival claimant), Aerys II Targaryen, Lord Varys, Dark Link, Stannis Baratheon
  • Opposes: Prince Charmless
  • Opposed by: Eddard "Ned" Stark
  • Renly Baratheon is one of three children to Steffon Baratheon, and the youngest brother to King Robert Baratheon. Though lacking in the battle experience of his brother, Renly nonetheless made up for this with incredible charisma. When it became apparent that Robert Baratheon's "children" were fathered by Jaime Lannister, Renly would use the opportunity to stake his claim as king of Westeros, despite his older brother Stannis being the true heir. Now, Renly seeks to try his hand again at the War of the Five Kings, as the God of usurpers.
  • Ned Stark isn't happy to see Renly in the pantheon due to trying to usurp Stannis; Renly is considering whether he'd be better off if they united. Both will put aside their differences to stop the Lannisters, however. Robert himself was rather annoyed by Renly for not uniting with Stannis, as the Baratheons would likely be sitting on the throne by now had his brothers not squabbled.
  • Has a reputation of being an Evil Uncle due to trying to usurp Joffrey. Renly objects to this comparison, mainly because his "nephew" is an absolute psychopath and illegitimate.
  • Though a usurper, He is quick to point out the royalty is full of usurpers; his brother took the crown from the Mad King, and 300 years ago the founding king Aegon the Conqueror took it by conquest. He admits he's a usurper, and simply believes he's the best man for the job. Many in the House of Leadership disagree, believing him to be an opportunist inexperienced to run a kingdom. Varys is particularly doesn't buy Renly's bull.
  • Used to be a follower of Scar, being a (sort of) Evil Uncle and evil brother who sought to become king. The two naturally remain allied, however due to Scar's approval ratings it's at arms length. He's more cordial to fellow younger brother Loki, due to being more charismatic and sharing Renly's fondness for green. Having being clued into Lady Melisandre, the King in Highgarden has sought out fellow usurper Jafar for his sorcerer abilities. Sometimes they have a drink over serving a bumbling leader.
  • His greatest skill lies in charming and befriending allies. As such, he admires the works of Chou Chou. Given their difference in rank, Renly's not stupid enough to fight her and has instead pledged allegiance to the Undisputed God. Through serving her, Chou Chou has promised to help him gain the Iron Throne. He can also get behind Vayne's schemes, charismatic methods of conquest and fondness for green. Believes he deserves to have the position of Prince Charming, and would rather apply to that trope rather than The Usurper. He is competing against Prince Eric for the title.
  • Considers Keiichi Maebara and Doctor Doom to be major political rivals in the pantheon. With the latter he's impressed by how a usurper managed to make his nation great and seeks to emulate Doom, but Doom isn't impressed by Renly. He and Keiichi are more equal and friendly in their rivalry, trying to prove who's the better charmer.
  • As the brother of the king, he has a seat in the House of Royalty. It's not a comfy one, as many gods there give him the stink-eye for his usurper ways, and a few are concerned he might wish to take over the House of Royalty. As of now, his ambitions don't extend that far, but he does concede to desiring more power in their house.
  • Not a fan of his own House, due to the image problems it gives him. Despite the negative attention he gets in the House of Royalty, he feels more comfortable there than Betrayal. As with almost all royal gods, He finds Prince Charmless as annoying as Joffrey. Charmless found this comparison insulting.
  • Lacks Robert's passions for food, drink or sex. He does share Robert's passions for tournaments and hunts however, and often can be seen chasing the creatures in the House of Beast. Like Robert he's intrigued by Xerneas, whom he's befriended as part of a scheme to appear as a more legitimate successor. He has been trying to host jousts and other sport to entertain his followers, but he found the House of Sports not to his liking. Is secretly homosexual, however everyone can see it. Not that his mannerisms were a hint. As one can imagine, Renly is upset by the actions of the High Sparrow.
  • Has done his best to avoid negative attention outside of his own universe, and he's been rather successful of it. He did freak out on meeting Dark Link however, seeing as how a Living Shadow killed him. He's unsure what to think about Brienne killing Stannis for Stannis assassinating him in one continuity, though in another he sneers at Brienne behind her back. Tends to avoid the House of Fire and Electricity, as it reminds him of the Mad King's pyromania. This worry over fire, along with his contempt for Cersei, only magnified upon learning Cersei's destruction of the Great Sept and the massacre of the Tyrells. He also steers clear of the House of Slaughter due to being Afraid of Blood.
  • He's rather intrigued about Jon Snow being the son of Rhaegar Targaryen, and a possible contender for the Iron Throne. As of now, it's not his concern.
  • Got very worried on hearing Stannis had ascended and was still not pleased with Renly.

    Tanya (Mortal Kombat
Tanya, Goddess of Betraying One's Homeland
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     Walder Frey 
Walder Frey, God of Nasty Parties (The Late Walder Frey, Lord of the Crossing, Old Frey)
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  • Theme Song: The Lannisters send their regards.
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Twin Towers of the Crossing
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: The Cavalry Arrives Late, Dirty Coward, Dirty Old Men Marrying Teens, Pettiness And Trolling, Evil Old Folks, Big, Screwed-Up Family, Really Gets Around, Being Utterly Despised, Opportunistic Bastard, Complete Arrogance
  • Domains: Guest Right (violated), Lords, Treachery
  • Followers: Set, Polyphemus, Procrustes, Ixion
  • Allies: Kinzo Ushiromiya, his grandson-in-law Roose Bolton, Macbeth, Starscream, Shay Patrick Cormac (sometimes), Tanya, Eric Cartman
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Tywin and Cersei Lannister
  • Enemies:
  • Opposed by: Almost all of Westeros, especially the North and the Riverlands.
  • Tried using the Crossing to get a position in the Pantheon of Travel, but was treated with suspicion by the other members because of how unreliable he is and not allowed in. He's constantly asking for huge fees in using his Bridge.
    • Commands the bridge into Mordor now, however not even the Grand United Alliance of Evil trusts him, knowing he would happily take a better offer.
    • Walder Frey wanted to be the god of troll bridges, however Sr Didymus had the position. Walder has sworn vengeance on him for this.
  • Loves trolling other members of the Pantheon, who find him repulsive, even most villains. Even most purely evil villains don't like it because, as Terumi puts it; "he's got shit for brains when it comes to trolling plans".
  • Has brought with him to the Pantheon his huge family and keeps asking for marriages, however the Pantheon keeps declining, as they don't dare to go to weddings involving Freys.
  • His reaction? "Heh."
  • Absolutely loathes Arya Stark for not only killing him, but serving up both Lothar and Black Walder Rivers in a meat pie (at least in the TV series). He's not a big fan of the Lannister brothers, as Jamie reminded him that the kingdom fears his family, and not him. In regards to Tyrion, one scenario has Tyrion lay siege to the Twins, in which Walder gets the crossbow-bolt to the nuts, rather than Tywin himself.
  • But there was that one time that he honored the guest right, and did not go through with the Red Wedding, as he saw the benefit of his grandson being Lord of the North. That, and Ned still has his head and Robb didn't screw the medic.
  • He and Aegon the Unworthy argue over which of them has slept with more women when they met due to Walder offering his descendants to Aegon hoping for favor. Walder Frey has lived for longer but Aegon had access to more women over his reign, claiming he slept with 900.
  • Aegon then mocked Walder about the fact his seventh wife may have been cuckolding him with his great-grandson Black Walder, remarking "Walder Frey is their father, but which Walder Frey?"
  • Walder Frey commented that at least he had more legitimate children then Aegon, 31, while Aegon only had two... at which Aegon muttered "Maybe."
  • The Harry Potter characters mistook him for Argus Filch, but when they saw the mess his parties produced realized he wasn't. However they wondered if Filch might be one of his bastards... which could explain the lack of magic.
  • The Doctor mistook him for the space pirate Solomon at one point, and felt they had similar personalities, both being utterly selfish people.
  • Despite his alliance with Eric Cartman, was horrified at their feeding people their relatives revenge... considering it either happened to Walder or some of his kin.

    Wizardmon 
Wizardmon, God of Reverse Moles
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Staff.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Goodly Infiltrators, The Power of Friendship, Heroic Sacrifices, Heartbreaking Moments.
  • Domains: Good, Magic, Stealth.
  • Followers: As a god of infiltration, Wizardmon has no open followers, as to claim to follow him would place a petitioner in the sights of every evil god in the Pantheon.
  • Allies: Gatomon and Kari Kamiya, Solid Snake, The Boss, Itachi Uchiha, Satsuki Kiryuin, Shu Shirakawa, Batman, Kain Highwind.
  • Enemies: MaloMyotismon, Saiou "Sartorius" Takuma.
  • Though he is rather low-key in public, Wizardmon is secretly working to gather a resistance against the forces of the Grand United Alliance of Evil, in coordination with his allies.
    • And for this, he is planning a counterattack alongside Itachi and the Boss should things go south for the GUAG. Whenever it comes to fruition is unknown.
  • Every year on August 3rd, many of the Pantheon gather atop Odaiba TV Station to remember Wizardmon's sacrifice, not only out of respect but also to cover up his secret work against the evil deities.

Demigods

    Hans Westergard 
Prince Hans Westergard, God of Love Interest Traitors (13th Prince of the Southern Isles)
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  • Demigod
  • Theme song: Love Is An Open Door
  • Symbol: A winter cloak or a frozen sword
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Evil Beauty, Evil Ambition, Those Who Help With Harm In Mind, Those Driven by Envy, Those whose true attitudes contrast their looks, Just Wanting to Be Better Than His Older Brothers, Being Unloved and Unnoticed Throughout Childhood, Those With 12 Older Brothers, Wearing White But Not Being Good At All, Opportunism
  • Domains: Evil, Mirroring Other Characters, Fake Personas, Seduction, Frozen Hearts
  • Allies: Gaston, Syndrome, Scar
  • Enemies: Queen Elsa, Princess Anna, Olaf, Bentley Turtle, Kaldr and Lissandra, Balthier, Panda King, Dr. Neo Cortex, Princess Leia Organa, Jak
  • Rival: Penelope Mouse
  • Opposes: Miyo Takano
  • Followers: 'A', Erik/Synthodrone 901, Adam Taurus
  • As the thirteenth in line for his kingdom, Hans knew that he was never going to get the throne. So, to stand out among his 12 brothers, he attempted to marry into the throne of Arendelle. He found a perfect opportunity with Anna, the second princess, who had affection issues, and so agreed to marry him after one day. It didn't quite work out that way, as Queen Elsa was somewhat more level-headed. However, given that Elsa was also hiding mostly uncontrollable ice powers that activated when she was feeling scared or stressed... that evening didn't work out like anyone intended. Hans was forced to adjust the plan, and was given another opportunity when Anna returned to the palace, freezing to death due to her sister's accidental curse. He abandoned Anna, saying that he was not able to save her, and that they married right before she died, and went to kill Elsa, who had frozen the kingdom into eternal winter, so that he could be a hero and next in line for the throne. Too bad for him that Anna wasn't dead and The Power of Love does not always mean romance…
  • Gets on with Scar due to both heavily resenting their older, luckier and overall more successful brother(s). He can also get behind Syndrome's desire for adoration, and Gaston's issues with Belle. He is trying to help manipulate Belle to be with him, in hopes of getting Gaston's aide in rising in rank.
  • Hopes to get rid of Kaldr and Lissandra, due to wishing to cover the world in ice. It's only because they'd ruin things for him, and Elsa can clearly see that; probably why they've refused any Enemy Mine situation (plus he's woefully unprepared for them).
  • Many Villainous Gods were impressed with how capable he is of faking good and heroic actions to hide a dastardly and sociopathic ambition. This is why the residents of the Pantheon rigged the ship Queen Elsa sent to the Southern Islands to ditch him to head straight to the Pantheon, where Hans ascended. Needless to say, the sisters were shocked at this revelation. However…
    • Hans has been rather inactive in villainy after his ascension. All he did was just hold Q&A sessions about how villains can follow his example of hiding their nefarious plans with an extremely good and charming front. There are some who thought that he might have been too devastated by his past failure to cook up another plan and his history with his brothers who was said to "never let him enjoy the warmth of love" is often seen as a way of possible redemption. Most villains here and Elsa and Anna remain convinced that this is yet another part of him hiding a nefarious plan so they continue to play along and stay alert.
    • In fact, once the Court Of The Gods made a verdict that he violated one of the "Arch Laws" of fiction (There must be a proper use of foreshadowing of one's betrayal) and getting his title moved to Miyo Takano, he's forced to compensate by having the title of Love Interest Traitors.
  • As of 2015, Hans is being forced to scoop up manure from a stable in the House of Beasts. His only comment: "I hate manure".
  • Even though both of them betrayed their love interests for selfish motivations, Hans is on negative terms with Penelope Mouse. The two often accuse each other of being more despicable, and tend to fight a lot. Both Anna and Bentley agree that Hans and Penelope are both equally bad, with Anna claiming that the two are meant for each other.
  • Most of the GUAE, including a lot of Disney villains, don't like him, seeing him as scum for manipulating Elsa and Anna the way he did. Hans feels this is unfair and hypocritical of them; after all, he never tried to Take Over the World, turn people into robots, imprison heroes and make them fight to the death, create a timeline where heroes always lose, destroy worlds, seek ancient trees for power, become an all-powerful genie or after big-time villain schemes; is what he did to Elsa and Anna REALLY that bad by comparison? They conceded he had a point, but he's still not liked.
  • Seems to have become even more of a jerk in recent appearances. This is mainly because people are treating him as an even bigger prick than he actually is, despite many Disney villains doing far worse than him as mentioned. Still pretty bad all things considered, but likes to think of himself as A Lighter Shade of Black to baddies like Maleficent.
  • Despite his normally Affably Evil personality of being a noble, Angelo is keeping a watchful eye on him in case he tries a similar stunt like before again, claiming he gives nobility a bad name.
  • Hans seems to have given up on his antagonism towards Anna and Elsa, and has instead tried to marry into other kingdoms with the same goal in mind. Not only has he been unsuccessful with any of them, most of these kingdoms have permanently banned him from returning.
    • His attempt to woo Ashe failed before she even met him thanks to Balthier knowing that, as the "Leading Man", his job is to keep suspicious men away from royalty.
    • Hans failed to pass the Panda King's suitor test to allow him to marry Jing King. Granted, she was forced to marry General Tsao earlier.
    • Hans even tried to marry Leia Organa to become King of Alderaan. Problem: Alderaan was destroyed, and Leia is already married to Han Solo (though now widowed because of her evil son, Kylo Ren).
    • He also went for the defunct Kingdom of Haven City by requesting marriage to Ashelin Praxis, but was chased out by Torn and the Freedom League. Hans blames Jak for his failure, even though Jak had nothing to do with this. He's just being blamed be default for being the prince of the kingdom.
    • Cortex even mentioned that he once caught Hans trying to flirt with his young niece, Nina. In his own words:
    Cortex: I'm not a king, and Nina is not a princess, but I just don't understand why that prince would try to marry her. Unless, he wanted to steal my lab for his own uses against those who've wronged him. I may be an evil scientist, but even I would never think to allow Nina to date someone who'd just kill her once his goals are accomplished anyway.
  • If you thought he couldn't get anymore despicable, then what he did during the events of "Project: Alternate!Gentaro" made the shit-list of gods who hate him grow even bigger. He allied himself with Alternate!Gentaro out of pure envy of not getting a throne, and went as far as to frame Elena for the Iron Giant incident by leaving Mitsuzane's Grape Lockseed and Sengoku Driver on her doorstep so that she'd be the one who was to blame for the Iron Giant to be destroyed and that set the chain reaction of numerous deaths (including that of the Giant) and destruction of the Pantheon by the Egyptian God Cards. And then he tried to kill Audino and Riku (who was hospitalized) that even made Team Rocket look at him with disgust. Needless to say, there's not a lot of gods who find him endearing now.
  • Also present under Tainted Love.

    Long John Silver 
Long John Silver, God of Antagonistic Friends (Barbecue, Captain Silver)
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  • Demigod
  • Alignment: True Neutral (with a dose of Neutral Evil)
  • Portfolio: Big Bad Friend, Karma Houdini, Lovable Traitor AND Rogue, Polite Bastards
  • Domains: Piracy, Betrayal, Treasure
  • Followers: Everyone who eats, works, and runs the restaurant.
  • Rivals: Jack Sparrow.
  • He met up with Kermit the Frog and praised the actor of their version of Muppet Treasure Island.
  • Like Captain Hook, he tries to avoid Bruce at all costs.
  • Looks down on the Straw Hats for not following the classic concept of pirates, and wishes the old days of piracy back. However, he does hold a bit of respect for Jack Sparrow and wishes to challenge him to a pirate match sometime.
  • Strangely, Silver's physical form is one of flux. When in the presence of some other gods, he becomes a cyborg, but will change to human again when far enough away.
    • It should be noted that he is at perhaps his kindest during these situations, and many of the other disney rogues find Silver during these times to be "ruthless but in danger of going soft."
  • It should note that Silver isn't a nice guy by any means. He's not a pirate for nothing. However, sometimes he'll lend some old fashioned wisdom to you so you can grow up in your own way, and then he'll try and rob you.
  • Is eternally in search of Captain Flint's treasure, as no matter what or when he tries, he'll never hold onto the treasure until the end of the movie.
  • There has been rumors that he is secretly dating an inhabitant of Mary Suetopia. The last person who brought this up to him recived a flintlock bullet to the forehead.

    Penelope Mouse 
Penelope Mouse, Goddess of Evil Former Friends (Black Baron, Black Knight)
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    The Spy 
OK, who's— (gets backstabbed)

Gentlemen.

The Spy, God of Double-Reverse-Quadruple Agents (SPAH, SHPEE)
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  • Theme Song: "Right Behind You"
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A butterfly knife in a circle.
  • Alignment: As indeterminable as his loyalty.
  • Portfolio: Paranoia Fuel, Using Knives As Weapons, Chronic Backstabbing Disorder, Actual Back Stabs, Invisibility Cloak, French Jerk, Wicked Cultured, Magnificent Bastard, Your Mom, Superior Over Many Spies Around, Has A Paranoia Over Fire, Master of Disguise, Expert Assassin, Stealth Expert.
  • Domains: Espionage, Paranoia, Invisibility.
  • Followers: Ryoji Kaji.
  • Allies: Revolver Ocelot, Nova Terra, Zeratul, Saxton Hale, Ryuko Matoi and Senketsu, and Serious Sam. Other than that, the rest are temporary allies until they break his contract.
  • Commonality Connection with: Pepe Le Pew, Carl "CJ" Johnson.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Every single member of Mann Co's Mercenaries, more notably The Scout ,his son.
  • Enemies: Gray Mann, Merasmus, Monoculus and the HHH, The Pyro and Dell Conagher/The Engineer (they never consider the Spy to be an ally, ever), Garfield Lynns/Firefly, Esdeath, Ragyo Kiryuin, GLaDOS, anyone who the Spy orders to kill or he has an interest with.
  • Respects: John Carmack
  • Worthy Opponent: Bruce Wayne/Batman, John Wick
  • Rivals: Ezio Auditore da Firenze, Sniper Wolf, Corvo Attano, Night Raid, Niko Bellic, Solid Snake, Gondar the Bounty Hunter, Mr. Mundy/The Sniper, Shay Patrick Cormac.
  • Extremely Complicated Relationship with: Charlotte Dunois, Haruhi Suzumiya.
  • Opposed by: Every robot deity around the Pantheon (hell, even Ultron hates him so much to his chargin).
  • Opposes: Every single Fire-user and Sniper in the Pantheon.
  • Fears: Raul Menendez, The Slender Man, Dokuro
  • His ascension was actually a complicated one. He was actually the first of the Mercenaries to ascend within the Pantheon (the Court of the Gods didn't even know his presence), and after many years of new ascensions and tales, he disappeared later on. However, with all the Mercenaries being part of Pantheon proper, he decided to reveal himself and as a result, was placed as the God of Double-Reverse-Quadruple Agents.
    • His revelation to the Mercenaries was followed with a sound of a cloak and a phrase:
    "Hello again!"
  • Often in his free time, he goes in every temple around the Pantheon, without being caught. In fact, he is too well hidden, that the Main House doesn't notice him (he either stays invisible or goes in another disguise). Many gods have started to become very paranoid (especially Kane) due to his Paranoia factor.
    • His espionage did not last long though, due to him getting bored of being disguised as John Carmack for too long, he decided to use Haruhi instead. It only took fifty seconds for the real Haruhi to reveal the Spy's appearance. However, rather than to kick him out horribly, Haruhi decided to allow the Spy to enter the Main House, but under three conditions:
      • NEVER reveal any info to any god regardless of alignment.
      • When entering the House, stay invisible and check if anyone is following you.
      • Follow Haruhi.
    • As a result, he accepted such an ordeal, though he is still pretty embarrassed on how she found him out that quickly.
  • Due to his very habit of hiding in plain sight, he was rumored to know every single tale and ascension that occured within the Pantheon. The Spy admitted he knew some of the people involved in Alternate!Gentaro and The Pantheonic Rebellion. However, he doesn't know much about the Grand Disappearance. Or does he?
  • Is really annoyed by Batman's presence. Mainly due to him knowing what the Spy has on his sleeve. Here was one example of Spy's encounter.
  • He has a bit of a nasty habit of seducing the mothers of his enemies and sending the pictures to them in the act to the enemy in question, using it as mental warfare. Needless to say, this is an extremely effective tactic. Except for those who don't love their mamas, but the Spy has other methods or those people.
  • Widely regarded as one of the least trustworthy individuals of the Pantheons, as befitting of his position. His catch phrase of "I never really was on your side" is a completely justified one, as countless members of the Pantheon have noted.
    • He is also known as one of most annoying spies to take down in the Pantheon. If he is being chased, he can either turn invisible or disguise as another person. And if someone thinks they got him? He probably used the Dead Ringer to fool you.
    • His characteristics followed by his expertise in espionage (remarkably equal skill with Solid Snake) has gotten him the complete hate from every single robot deity due to being machines, in which his sapper can make short work of them, and that the information they have on their databases can be tampered or worse, spread around the Pantheon. Its not only that though, even snipers around hate him due to his habit of tricking, backstabbing and owning every sniper in existence.
      • Speaking of snipers, the only sniper that can outsmart and outmaneuver him is non-other than Mr. Mundy. He curses the Australian for creating a shield meant to fend off his backstabs. Due to this, many snipers and archers have bought said item and used it ever since. However, that doesn't stop bullets though.
  • He loves copying or stealing other people's weapons, more notably knives. A recent example of this is his replica of the Hidden Blade, which earned him a rivalry with Ezio, a very strange knife that Jafar owned, a kunai that he recently stole from Jiraya and an icicle that he modified from using Jaina's Ice Lance ability.
    • Regarding the icicle, after he modified it, he used Esdeath as a test dummy. It worked. After the incident, he gave her a note.
    "Playing fire with fire, more like playing ice with ice!"
  • Has gained an "ally" of Nova Terra for many reasons: They are very well hidden from the Pantheon, they are very dangerous, and that their sides are a little confusing, though Nova has truly changed at the end. Ironically though, she complains that the Spy keeps on mocking her "Unreleased Projects". She also introduced him to Zeratul, who was also interested at the Spy due to his expertise in espionage.
    • The Spy is also accompanied by another Manipulative Bastard, Revolver Ocelot. They both love changing sides and how they are able to extract information without getting caught. Ocelot sees The Spy as a potential weakness to Snake, though the The Spy refuses to kill or even provoke him.
  • With CJ's recent ascension, the Spy has been seen hanging out with Carl a lot. Mainly due to the fact that they have a lot of customizable traits. The Spy however, is giving CJ some tips, regarding cosmetics, weapons, and hats.
  • While his present aspect's loyalty is extremely indeterminable, there is actually another Spy in the Pantheon who is actually loyal to his teammates (constant snark aside)…
    • However, the current Spy's behavior has made his relations with the Pyro and Dell Conagher difficult, with the former being the only weakness to him (and them being insane anyway) and the latter despises the Spy due to his constant sapping of his inventions (and because it's become impossible to differentiate the official aspect from the one he could trust). This got him immediately banned from the House of Technology, though that did not stop him. Which is probably the reason why Dell decided to employ the Pyro to keep watch of the House.
    • For the Scout however, he has a somewhat love-hate relationship with the Spy due to being a bigger Jerkass than him, spreading a rumor regarding him fearing rainbows and the fact that, since he seduced his mother, he is officially his dad.
      • This ended up reaching a boiling point once Scout found out one of the Spy's biggest secrets; that Spy is all but confirmed to be his actual biological dad, yet he didn't have the guts to tell him unless he was wearing a Tom Jones disguise (It Makes Just As Much Sense In Context). This has led Scout to barge into Spy's temple and brutally attack him with his bare hands, calling him out for being a coward who couldn't tell him the truth. It was only due to being reminded of his mother did he, if very reluctantly, spare him. The two have since rarely, if ever, been in the same room as each other.
      • Upon also finding out that God has called Scout his "Gift To Women" and has ascended into Intermediate godhood, his response was a resounding;
    Spy: You have got to be #$%^*@& kidding me.
  • While he does love to make a "visit" to every single temple in the Pantheon (hell, he's even glad when he visited Giygas's temple), the only gods that he will NEVER meet is The Slender Man and recently Raul Menendez. The former is just too bloody creepy to begin with and the latter brain-manipulated him into killing his teammates and invading the Main House. Due to the aforementioned reasons, he will never attempt to have contact ever with them.
    • Dokuro is also quickly racking her way up to this status as well, with her devotion to Scout, whom she calls "Big Bro", and just how bloody dangerous she can be if provoked. Doesn't stop her from taking his body to be glued up onto a piece of dry wood or head lobbed off for a makeshift baseball though.
  • Has given a few advisories to Pepe Le Pew if he wanted to help attract the ladies. Ironically though, the skunk thought that he was copying him, instead he became interested in the Spy's technique: the "Stalk, then Meet" method.
    • However, the Spy had a horrible memory of doing the same method to Charlotte Dunois, because he almost got caught. If he did get caught, he would have been turned into ashes. At the same time, Charlotte fears him as well due to his sapper being a weakness to her IS unit, and the fact that he can turn into anyone in a quick second.
  • Somehow recently, he likes to hide in a cardboard box and sneak around, much to the confusion of Snake.
    • He also seems to have an addiction to cigarettes. However, it should be noted that once he starts pilling up cigarettes, his face results into this.
  • In his free time, the Spy often call sessions with other gods to practice the art of "Spy-crabbing". Many gods however, saw the taunt to be very funny up to the point that they attempt to migrate literally.
  • At one point, the Spy called for a contest with him to see who can catch the Scout while he is delivering a certain package. Many of these attempts failed to his dismay, but thanks to the Road-Runner-esque nature of the collab, many people loved watching the skits.
    "Wow, you couldn't even catch him? All you did was say that you are invincible, and you still got kicked in the balls. It's official, YOU SUCK!"
  • He also got involved in a race with Sonic and other Sega characters. He wasn't alone though, Heavy and Pyro joined in as well. Many of them, especially Tails, were complaining at Spy for allowing a plane to be considered at the race.
  • "I never really was on your side."

"Now, if you will excuse me, go buy yourself a hat!"
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