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    Don Diego de la Vega/Zorro 
Don Diego de la Vega, Patron God of Recognizable Marks (Zorro, aka The Fox)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His famous Z Mark
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Theme song: The 1958 Zorro theme
  • Portfolios: Tall, Dark and Handsome, Master Swordsman Royal Rapier, Whip it Good, Has Many descendants that take up the mantle. Implausible Fencing Powers, Cool Mask, Inflicts Humiliating Clothing Damage
  • Domains: Weapons, Liberation, Charm, Chaos, Good
  • Followers: Puss n Boots, Lady Rawhide
  • High Priestess: Elena Montero
  • Allies: Batman, Robin Hood, The Phantom, Asterix, Speedy Gonzalez, Simon Belmont, Indiana Jones, Amélie Poulain, Fox McCloud
  • Enemies: The Sheriff of Nottingham
  • Rivals: Inigo Montoya, The Basterds
  • Was highly considered for the tile God of Rapiers, but lost out to Weiss. That didn't stop his admires to long for his ascension. Sure enough, found a niche thanks to the famous Z mark he places on his opponents. Weiss herself isn't too distraught for the loss of her High Priest, considering the clashing of their personalities.
  • Many other gods that have done similar acts have paid tribute to him. The Phantom, another Proto-Superhero, plants the mark of the skull ring on his enemies.
    • Asterix showed his appreciation of his ascension by performing the mark on an enemy Roman.
    • The Basterds claimed they used Zorro as an inspiration for leaving marks on Nazis they kept alive. Zorro himself doesn't approve of their brutal methods.
    • Fellow Mexican Speedy Gonzalez leaves an S on some of his cheese heists. The two became fast friends, with Zorro lending a hand if it's with someone who deserves it.
    • Amélie once imagined herself as the masked man, earning his approval.
  • Many of the Spanish speaking gods recognized his name meant "The Fox" in English. Many gods were certain Fox McCloud hatched a smirk upon his ascension.
  • A surprising figure entered his temple unannounced recently; Batman arrived looking rather traumatized. It would be little surprise since the movie he watched just before his parents were killed was the Mask of Zorro. Bruce muttered a quiet "thank you" before disappearing into the night. For Zorro, the gratitude was more than enough for him.
    • Many superhero gods see him as an early example of the genre in the 1920s, complete with mask, secret identity and doing good for goodness sake. As such, he was welcomed into the GUAG, especially the Superhero Division.
  • Was challenged by Inigo Montoya, whom claimed he reminded him of a certain Dread Pirate. After defeating the interloper, Zorro spared his life, offering up to challenge him once he trains a bit more.
  • Though Robin Hood initially scoffed that a rich man could ever care for the needy, he warmed up to his capers. It didn't take that much longer for the two to join together in heists, drawing the ire of the Sherrif of Nottingham.
  • Although well-known for his rapier skills, he is also one of the best whip users in the Pantheon. The God of Whips finds his methods distasteful, but admits he does it for a good cause. He gets along far more with Indiana Jones as his reliance on instinct is more up his alley. He sometimes lends a hand whenever Indy needs help exploring a dungeon.
  • It may not be well known, but he is actually the spirit of various mortals who take up his costume. He and his wife are currently training his son to take up the mantle in the future.

Eko, Goddess of Drawing Art to Life (The Innocent, Doodling Princess)

    Hattori Hanzō 
Hattori Hanzō, the Ultimate Blacksmith (Oni-Hanzō)

    Inferno Cop 
Inferno Cop, God of Still Image Animation

    Jill Valentine 
Jill Valentine, Goddess of Unlocking (Master of Unlocking, Jill Sandwich)

Rarity, Goddess of Pre-Cut Gems and Jewels

    Ray Harryhausen 
Ray Harryhausen, God of Stop Motion Animation
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Seven skeleton warriors
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Greek Mythology, Middle Eastern Mythology, Cowboys fighting dinosaurs, Giant monsters
  • Domains: Stop Motion Animation, Giant monsters
  • Followers: Tim Burton, Willis O'Brian, Phil Tippett, many of his creations
  • Allies: Jack Skellington, King Kong, Gwangi
  • Ray's temple is guarded by many of his more famous creations, such as the Cyclops, the Ymir, the Giant Octopus, and Mighty Joe Young.
  • Harryhausen's ascension was celebrated by many gods, with Jack Skellington and King Kong chief among the revelers. As a creature of stop-motion animation himself, Jack acknowledges Ray as a father-like figure, while Kong is proud to claim Ray as one of his greatest followers. One of the main attractions at the event was a staged fight between the Man with No Name and Sharptooth, in honor of Ray's love for cowboy/dinosaur fights.
  • Although the Kraken is only truly a follower of Davy Jones, it is known to respect Ray Harryhausen and refuses to harm him.
  • He is one of the sole people Gwangi will not harm, as the dinosaur knows he is the one that created it and respects him for that. As such he can enter Gwangi's valley without the risk of harm by Gwangi or his followers.
  • His craft is feared by Mabel Pines, due to her fear of stop motion animation.

    Reisuke Houjou 
Reisuke Houjou, God of Nightmare Fuel Coloring Books (The Fifth)
  • Lesser God
  • Theme Music: Perfect Trap
  • Symbol: His Hyper Vision Diary, next to his hand puppets.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (His Third World counterpart is Neutral Good)
  • Portfolio: Coloring Book Doubling as his Future Diary, Competitor of the Survival Game, Cute Cheerful and Creepy Enfante Terrible, Troubling Unchildlike Behaviour, Redheaded Evil Orphan, Trap Master, Go Out with a Smile, Kid Sidekick (His third world incarnation)
  • Domains: Books, Predictions, Children, Traps
  • Allies: Yukiteru Amano, Yuno Gasai (former enemies), Minene Uryuu, The Balloon Boy, Miu Matsuoka, Alice (Shin Megami Tensei), Sora Shiun'in, Hansel and Gretel, Angelia Avallone, Momo Karuizawa, Uncle Howee, Aru Akise
  • Commonality Connection: Satoko Houjou (to an extent)
  • Worthy Opponents: Satoko Houjou, Kevin McCallister
  • Enemies: Springtrap, Oyashiro (one-sided), Takuma Saiou
  • Opposes: Teppei Houjou
  • Reisuke Houjou was one of the participants of the Survival Game but what made him stand out among the other Diary Holders was the fact his "Future Diary" was a coloring book that aided him in his attempts to kill the rest. So he was ascended into the Pantheon for that reason.
    • It should be noted that the Reisuke in the Pantheon is a literal Composite Character of the Reisuke Houjou from the Second World and the one from the Third one. Yukiteru Amano had Mur Mur save and give the memories of his second incarnation to the third one (with permission, of course, and the child was actually ecstasied to become a god) so he could ascend, out of guilt of having had a child implicated into the Survival Game.
  • Apparently has a Precocious Crush on Yuno Gasai. Nobody knows if to think of this as cute or horrifying, all things considered. Especially since Yuno is ten years his senior.
  • Though he is Neutral Evil, he is often more "neutral" than "evil" unless provoked. This is particularly true after Yukiteru's and Mur Mur's meddling. And believe us, the last thing you want to do is provoking him.
  • Not related to Satoko Houjou, though the two of them have a bonded a little for their rather shitty family life and the lack of social services to do anything about it. It also helps that both of them like set up traps.
    • However, he was pissed to find out he shared a last name with that despicable Teppei. Let's just say a certain Evil Uncle didn't like what he found in the mail one day...
  • Has Kevin McCallister in a high regard for being really good at setting traps. He is an "elite", to put it in his own words and is often seen trying to compete with him.
  • Was rather horrified when he heard that there was a god of Corrupt Churchs, given that his parents became mean to him and were killed in one. Satoko is actually sad that he can't see Hanyuu because she thinks that he would like her otherwise.
  • Can often be seen in play dates. Though given the type of child he is (Especially since he is 4. That tends to creep out most potential friends), he had problems looking for friends. He eventually made some out of Alice, Balloon Boy, Sora Shiun'in, Miu Matsuoka and Hansel and Gretel.
    • Though Reisuke had to be extra careful to not make Alice go "Die For Me!". He doesn't know if he would be able to live through that and does not want to know.
  • Became a huge fan of Uncle Howee's show after his ascension. Then again, most children like it and the kids show host really pitied him for his really bad family life.
  • He was really excited to see Aru Akise ascend. He has decided to join once again on his Great Detective adventures.

Rishid, The God Who Forces You Into Traps (Odion)

    Rukia Kuchiki 
Rukia Kuchiki, Goddess of Bunny Drawings

Scooter, Dirty Deity of Gunge-laden Mechanics
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Catch-A-Ride sign
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (can tend to be Chaotic Good or Chaotic Evil depending on actions)
  • Portfolio: Greasy Mechanic & Engineer, Lacking in intelligence but makes up for it with uncanny mechanical abilities , Momma's Boy, Casanova Wannabe / Abhorrent Admirer, Space Redneck, Bad with Analogies, Dying Moment of Awesome via riding a rocket, Catch-A-Ride!
  • Domains: Mechanics, Vehicles, Savants
  • Allies: Mad Moxxi (his mother), The Crimson Raiders, Tiny Tina, Sir Hammerlock, Claptrap (one-sided, of course), Dell Conagher the Engineer, Fix-It Felix Jr., Max Rockatansky, Isaac Clarke, The Outlaw Star Crew but specifically Jim Hawking
  • Enemies: Handsome Jack, Yukari Tanizaki, anyone who messes with Moxxi, Aran Ryan, Immortan Joe
  • Abhorrent Admirer to: Imperator Furiosa, Agatha Heterodyne
  • Ascended after riding atop a rocket out in space back towards Pandora. Suffice to say, Mad Moxxi was overjoyed to see her son again and the Crimson Raiders were proud to have him again after his Heroic Sacrifice. Scooter's reply to all this?
  • After seeing how big the Pantheon is, Scooter set about placing Catch-A-Ride stations everywhere he could. Now for deities who are unable to fly, teleport, or run really fast, the Catch-A-Ride vehicles are a welcome addition. Of course, Scooter made sure that only deities he personally approves of can use them. Those not approved can try and hack the stations, but should he learn someone is riding his vehicles without permission, start praying.
    • One of the biggest offenders is Yukari Tanizaki, who Scooter actually programmed the Catch-A-Ride stations to actually shoot axle grease at her if she should so much as press a button. He really hates anyone who destroys his vehicles.
  • Aside from wrecking his vehicles, his other 'major' Berserk Button is mistreating and "messing" with his mom, Moxxi. If he so much as hears someone getting rough with her, he will kill the perpetrator, no matter how powerful he/she may be. Some say he's way over his head challenging greater gods than he, but the Raiders warn that he is very creative when it comes to planning an enemy's demise.
  • While he has nothing against Irish deities within the Pantheon (even if he was the instigator of the last major feud between the Zafords and the Hodunks) , he hates Aran Ryan for being batshit crazy and totalling every single vehicle from his stations. The only reason he hasn't had him killed yet is because he's one of his Brick's sparring partners, but Scooter is waiting for his time...
  • Scooter may not be the smartest card in the deck, but put him with any broken machine and he'll have it fixed in no time flat. Nobody knows just why he's so good with machines, but he just is. Naturally, he offers his services in the GUAG Robot War Division. The other engineers there actually revere him not just for his uncanny mechanic ability, but also when he managed to get the Raiders' HQ of Sanctuary floating off the ground and, of course, his Heroic Sacrifice.
    • He gets along well with the other well-known engineers, Dell Conagher and Felix. Conagher has helped Scooter upgrade the guns on his Catch-A-Ride vehicles while on the other hand Scooter is working alongside him on a prototype system to give Conagher's Sentry Guns greate mobility. Scooter's relation with Felix is more beneficial as his Golden Hammer can automatically make any broken parts Scooter finds in vehicles good as new without having to scavenge for anything.
  • As a fellow Desert Punk deity and an avid road warrior, Max Rockatansky is Scooter's #1 client after the Raiders. Max trusts nobody else to repair vehicles for him and has even improved both offensive and driving capabilities to make him a repeat customer. However, Scooter sometimes asks him if he's related to former Pandoran bandit leader, Mad Mel, to which Max just give him an odd stare. Being an ally of Max, though, has placed Scooter on Immortan Joe's enemy list. Scooter doesn't care about it as he has the Raiders backing him up.
  • Scooter considers himself quite a ladies' man but unfortunately for him nobody at the Hall of Lust wants anything to do with him. To put it simply, even Panty and Slaanesh wouldn't go near him. Even with Moxxi trying to help put in a good word for him being a member of the Hall, he's still out of luck. It doesn't bother him as he has plenty of girly mags to pass the time.
  • The time Scooter tried to woo none other than Agatha Heterodyne is used as a cautionary tale to never piss off the Spark. Details are sketchy of the incident, but what is known is that Agatha had him sent to Castle Heterodyne, where the sentient structure did 'something' to him. Many deities later saw him get tossed through the door of his workshop wearing nothing but his birthday suit by a group of Agatha's Jägermonsters. One Jäger in particular was wearing Scooter's cap who kept it after the entire group went back to Agatha's side.
  • One character in particular Scooter met when he arrived at the Crimson Raider HQ in the House of War was Isaac Clarke, who was looking for assistance in fighting against a necromorph infestation that somehow got into the Pantheon. At first he didn't believe the tales about necromorphs, until Roland told him he was going with them as they needed an extra mechanic's aid to get a shield generator working again. Now, after witnessing firsthand how horrible they are as the Raiders and Isaac defended him as he got down to work, he respects Isaac even more.
  • One day as he was working at the GUAG Robot War Division hangars, he saw the Outlaw Star touch down and was looking worse for wear after a dogfight with the GUAE Mecha Cohort. Scooter was amazed at the craftsmanship of the ship (and was even more surprised at when Gilliam spoke back to him about how prideful it is about its build, but also bemoaning the fact that someone as dirty as Scooter would be fixing him) and agreed to fix it up. Gene was unsure of having Scooter around, but Jim, as always, agreed to stay behind and watch over things. Eventually both Scooter and Jim bonded as they worked together on the Star, although the young boy was embarassed at how much Scooter lacked intelligence-wise and his misuse of metaphors. That, however, was a trifle compared to Scooter's uncanny knack with machines and he even told Jim to never give up his engineering dreams and make it big. For that, Jim was grateful to meet him.
  • Also has a spot in the House of Profession.

    Tomoyo Daidouji 
Tomoyo Daidouji, Goddess of Costume Designing (Madison Taylor)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A white wing
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, although rumors persist she is Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Extremely Complicated Costumes, Camera Fiends, Fangirl, The Fashionista, Meta Girl, I Want My Beloved to Be Happy, I Want My Beloved to Be Fashionable, Muggle Best Friend.
  • Domain: Love, Costumes, Cameras.
  • Allies: Sakura Kinomoto, Kero-chan, Syaoran Li, Meiling Li, Uryu Ishida, Rarity, Yuko Ichihara, Shiki
  • Has volunteered to be the official costume designer for the whole Pantheon, but the higher-ranked gods have declined her offer, believing the effort and requests may be too much for her. She was instead invited to be a costume designer for the Sisterhood of Magical Girls.
  • Incredibly devoted to Sakura Kinomoto. When Sakura was chosen to join the Pantheon, Tomoyo was over the moon with joy and produced a dozen or so costumes for Sakura to wear during her ascension ceremony.
  • Previously met her counterpart from another world, the princess of an alternate Tokyo. They spent hours discussing the different incarnations of Sakura they knew.
  • Works quite well with Uryu Ishida and Rarity.
  • Remained with Sakura during the Great Upheavel, but the chaos that followed knocked her through a portal into a certain universe. Trapped there for some time, Tomoyo gained the trope of Love Makes You Crazy. By the time she returned home, the Great Upheavel was over and the Sisterhood was picking up the pieces. Tomoyo has regained much of her calm, caring personality but has displayed slight overprotective qualities around Sakura, and openly supports Sakura to becoming the new leader of the Sisterhood, much to Sakura's confusion.

    Uryu Ishida 
Uryu Ishida, God of Sewing and Needlework (Arrowlad, Fletch, The Antithesis)