The House of Crime is the seedy criminal underworld of the pantheon. Home to many brothels, speak-easys, drug cartels, etc. This is a realm where back stabbing and violent confrontation is the norm. The gods in this house represent the king-pins of sorts. This house is in many ways the natural opposite of the House Of Justice. The house itself is often divided into many dens, as a way for the many thieves and the like to keep their loot separate from everyone else's. There's even a highly elaborate set of booby traps to try and keep other thieves out (not that this stops any of them)
It should be noted that those in the house are not evil in general. There have been some figures which is actually Good natured, while in the same time, there are also nasty Evil figures within the House of Justice. As they say, Dark Is Not Evil
. That said, it's a rather dangerous house to visit, as each of its natural residents are quickly out to take anything you have, even the shirt off your back. (not all of them of course, but by the time they're all done with you, they'll take even that.)
Due to his flagrant arrogance and exploitation of this House, Prince Charmles
is forever barred from visiting this house between WAAAAAAAAAGHs. And by that, we mean "he will be dismembered and have his head stuck on a pike if he ever sets foot in here again
", and even the good
deities will not hesitate on this.
Jack Sparrow, God of Piracy
Hotel Moscow, Gods of The Mafiya
- Theme Song: "He's a Pirate"
- Lesser God
- Symbol: A compass with a translucent heart overlaid
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: Pirates of the Caribbean, Bad Boys Wanted By Girls, Returnees from the Dead, Cool Boats, Those Who Enjoy One-On-One-On-One Fights, Lovable Rogues, Making Stuff Up on the Fly
- Domain: Greed, Charm, Glory, Ocean
- Followers: The Pirates of Dark Water, Guybrush Threepwood, Captain Ulrich Svensgard, Edward Kenway
- Allies: Carmen Sandiego, Lupin The 3rd.
- Friendly Rivals: Ryu Hayabusa, Peter Pan, Captain Marvelous.
- Engaged in an eternal battle with Ryu Hayabusa to determine which is greater once and for all...Pirates or Ninjas (This doesn't stop the mutual respect both Hayabusa and Sparrow have for each other.) Unfortunately, His support of internet piracy threatens to add Looten Plunder to his loooooong list of enemies. Keeps telling his drinking buddy Jiraiya to switch over to his side, but is always told that wenches never have clean teeth.
- Enjoys boating through the lowest level of the House, swiping waterproof merchandise and complaining that if he is a god, why isn't he floating on rum?
- Has Lupin The 3rd as a drinking buddy.
- The story of his accension began with yet another attempt to gain Immortality. He had taken over Will's position as captain of the Flying Dutchman enjoying the company of lovely squid humanoids when the ship was attacked by a mythical sea turtle that was three times as big as the ship. He wrestled the creature to the depths of the ocean and ripped its shell off. The explosion of magical energy energized him above the level of Calypso. Whether or not this story is true no one knows, but there was a sea turtle involved, somehow.
- Michael Bolton has recently become his prophet, telling tales of his adventures (with the unwitting help of The Lonely Island). Whether he approves is yet to be known.
- During another recent bid for immortality, Jack purchased a box from an scantily clad space pirate. Within the box, she claimed, was the power of a greater god and the ability to control a giant mechanical dragon. Upon opening the box once he had it on board his ship, he was disappointed to see what, in the words of Master Gibbs, was a ‘Green Candle, Jack.’ Suddenly, they saw a grey phantom like being appear from nowhere and grab Gibbs, tie him up, and disappear again. A rather large man looked to his tall, skinny companion and said “Was that really...Him?” The man replied “Him who?” The large man elbowed his companion in the gut, “Candle Jack, you dolt!” The tall man replied “Who’s Candle Jack?” Suddenly the grey phantom appeared next to them and said, “You two arn’t very bright, are you?” He then proceeded to tie them up and disappear again. Mass chaos ensured. Suddenly the entire crew sans the Captain ran around the boat screaming “Candle Jack!” The grey specter appeared next to the Captain, sighed, and said: “I’m goona need more rope.”
- Recently, he challenged Captain Marvelous of the Toku Base... in a Rice with Curry eating contest in the House of Food.
Carmen Sandiego, Goddess of Impossible, Improbable, and Charming Thievery
- Intermediate Gods
- Symbol: The Soviet Union flag
- Alingment: Lawful Evil
- Portfolio: The Mafiya, Reds with Rockets, Being the de facto leaders of a Wretched Hive as well as a paramilitary unit
- Domains: Crime, City, War, Guns, Military
- Balalaika, the leader, once went on a date with Vladimir Makarov, only for her to dump him, declare him trash, and have her men kill him after hearing of his motives.
- Unlike other organized crime groups, Hotel Moscow is sophisticated and powerful enough to be on the same level as a paramilitary unit.
John Marcone, God of Business
- Intermediate Goddess
- Symbol: A red trench coat and fedora
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: Classy Cat Burglars, Ever-Elusive Villains, Punny Named Mooks, Easily Escaping From Jail, Friendly Rivalry, Puzzles, The Color Red
- Domains: City, Craft, Knowledge, Liberation, Trickery
- Followers: Haley Starshine, Mouse, Garrett, Thief, Sam Starfall
- Allies: Catwoman and the Black Cat, Jack Sparrow, Waldo, Daiki Kaitou, Lupin The 3rd, Fujiko Mine
- Was originally a Lesser Goddess, but managed to steal the "Intermediate Goddess" title from Robin Hood when he was away from Sherwood Forest (and She stole that, too...She's just that good). She occasionally teams up with him on the more intriguing heists. Rumor has it that when he found out the forest was gone she let him figure out how to get it back, and then stole his grudge. He still remembers what she did, and thinks he should be angry about it. But he can't.
- On her off days, she will sail the lowest floor with Captain Jack and steal the appeal of pieces of merchandise while talking about the time she stole the smile from the Smiling Enlightened, leaving the face of the goddess perfectly mobile but without the ability to smile.
- One night she broke into Looten Plunder's tower, stealing the abilities to keep her out and alert security of his locks and electronics systems, stealing the sound of her footsteps, stealing Plunder's ability to be awakened by soft noise. She did not then take everything that wasn't nailed down and then swipe Gordon Freeman's crowbar to pry up more, she did not take the floorboards and windows and doors and wallpaper, she did not take his stocks and his bed and his clothing. No. She stole the value of all these things; they looked and worked the same and yet their value was entirely gone. Plunder replaced it all in under three days, but he has not forgotten, and she has not stolen the sting of this insult.
- The only thief to successfully steal the Treasures of the Gods. She didn't just take the treasures, no. She didn't even take the entire complex; it was still there, doors and items and all. No, she took the powers of the items themselves, leaving them looking the same but utterly inert. She put it back after Insert Name Here tracked her down by the clues she left, but only a handful of gods know why or how she did it.
- Has a soft spot for people less competent than herself. Since she's Carmen Sandiego, this is a long list. The only forbidden place she cannot reach is the Main House, although she can and has stolen the entrance.
- Her power is alarming in its scope. Considering that she can not only steal languages and landmarks and stars, but also gods, time periods, and abstract concepts, many have wondered why she is not an Overdeity. She claims that she steals and leaves clues just to prove that she can. While she is friendly with gods of Good and Evil alignments, she truly owes allegiance only to herself.
- Has a friendly rivalry going with Lupin The 3rd, who thinks she's hot as hell and a great thief to boot. Sandiego thinks Lupin's a fun companion, and a great ally in bigger heists that could theoretically be too much for her.
- When Fujiko Mine ascended, there were rumoers that the two would get into an escalating war of who could steal the most stuff and how audacious they could be. Instead, the two get along quite well and team up together to pull off amazing heists.
- It's generally agreed that if something exists, Carmen Sandiego can steal it. If it doesn't, she can steal its lack of reality just so she can steal it.
- Was recently caught up in an impressive paradox with Candle Jack, in an incident where she was attempting to steal something, accidentally said his name, and when he appeared she tried to steal his powers to appear wherever her name was said. This resulted in a near-infinite portal jump sequence that took them to every location in time and space in an instant...the Denizens of the House of Time and Space are still working out what exactly happened.
- Was once invited to sit in at Bad-Guy Anon meeting, being a popular and well-known video game villain. Wreck-It Ralph especially agreed with her stance that while she is a villain, her role isn't to be evil but to pose a challenge because without bad guys there wouldn't be a game. And she loves it when agents play her game.
(Gentleman Johnny Marcone)
Robin Hood, God of Loveable Rogues
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: A pair of eyes the color of worn dollar bills
- Alignment: Lawful Neutral (with Evil leanings)
- Portfolio: The Don, The Mafia, Pragmatic Villain, Noble Demon, Papa Wolf, Vetinari Job Security, Knife Nut, Enemy Mine, Even Evil Has Standards, Affably Evil, Ambiguously Evil, Anti-Hero, Badass Normal, Deadpan Snarker, Crazy-Prepared, Friend to All Children, Lesser of Two Evils
- Domains: Crime, Business, Money
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork With: Harry Dresden, the GUAG
- When Marcone ascended to the Pantheon, he immediately organized a takeover of the Crime House. His incredible business sense has made it more profitable to those in it, but he keeps a short leash on those thieves who reluctantly work under him. Any unnecessary violence will not be tolerated, and any threat to children will be punished with extreme predjudice.
- Has an uneasy alliance with the House of Justice, as his rule is preferable to anarchy in the House of Crime, even if profitable crime is much more of a problem with his presence.
- Despite being a crime lord, works against Melkor. The universe being destroyed is bad for business.
(Robin of Locksley, Robert of Huntingdon)
Tom Nook, God of Outrageous Loans
Selina Kyle and Felicia Hardy, Co-Goddesses of Classy Cat Burglars
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: A green feathered cap
- Alignment: Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: Folk Heroes, Loveable Rogues, Archery
- Domains: Arborea, Hunt, Protection, Trickery
- Followers: Many, including His Merry Men, Locke Cole (Final Fantasy VI), Balthier (Final Fantasy XII), Han Solo (Star Wars), Remy Le Beau (X-Men)
- Allies: Jem
- Opposed by: Seto Kaiba, Looten Plunder Sherriff of Nottingham
- He robs from the richest of the rich, and gives to the poor, thus making Seto Kaiba his natural enemy.
- Is a bit miffed at Carmen Sandiego for stealing his previous title as well as Sherwood Forest. Fortunately, he at least managed to steal the forest back, and although intellectually he knows that he should be angry, he doesn't really hold it against her. He also teams up on her on rare occasions whenever he runs into a really tough job that interests her.
- Sometimes, he is an anthropomorphic fox.
(Selina: Catwoman. Felicia: Black Cat)
Mickey Stone, God of Confidence Tricks
- Symbol: The paw print of a cat
- Alignment: More or less Chaotic Neutral, often leaning Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Attraction To Worthy Opponents, Feline Themes, Dangerous Fingernails, Catfights, Stealing Gems.
- Domains: Thievery, Lust, Stealth.
- Friendly Enemies With: Harley Quinn (for Catwoman).
- Enemies: The Joker, The Riddler, The Penguin.
- They are allied with Carmen Sandiego. There is little conflict between them and the other gods of thievery; Selina and Felicia like going after gems and small idols in displays, rather than huge stashes of money or the entire contents of a CEO tower or hope.
- Selina is mutually interested in Batman. Felicia was once an item with Spider-Man, and of late has been considering hooking up again, but half of the House of Defense feels bad enough for Mary Jane that they arrange things so that Felicia and Peter are never alone together for so much as five minutes. Felicia happens to be bisexual.
Arsène Lupin The 3rd, God of Phantom Thieves and Loveable Sex Maniacs
- Lesser God
- Symbol: The word "HUSTLE" formed from piles of banknotes.
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, shading to Good
- Portfolio: Con Men, Long Cons
- Domains: Trickery, Stealth
- Followers: "The team" (Hustle), Moist von Lipwig (Discworld), Locke and Jean (Gentleman Bastard) Mr. Wednesday (American Gods)
- Allies: Robin Hood, on occasion. The relationship is strained following Mickey's comment "Sure, we can give some of it to the poor."
Candle Jack, God of Kidnapping
- Theme Song: If you hear this, kiss your gold goodbye!
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: His calling card
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: Stealing The Shirt Off Your Back Without You Even Noticing, Impossibly Good Disguises, Every Type of Strategic Ploy Imaginable, Loooooving The Ladies.
- Domain: Thievery, Subterfuge, Sex, Wealth.
- Followers: Saint Tail, The Kisugi Sisters, Twenty Faces,
- Allies: Carmen Sandiego, Jack Sparrow, Inspector Zenigata(occasionally, and much to Zenigata's annoyance), Fujiko Mine, Daisuke Jigen, Goemon Ishikawa
- Just showed up in the pantheon, gave the gods his calling card with a bow and a wink and left. The gods noticed half their belongings missing. Instant godhood.
- Has a friendly rivalry going with Carmen Sandiego, whom he thinks is hot as hell and a great thief to boot. Sandiego thinks Lupin's a fun companion, and a great ally in bigger heists that could theoretically be too much for her.
- Likes to go out drinking with Jack Sparrow, but always wonders why he keeps asking why the rum is gone. Unless Lupin's the one taking the rum...
- Interestingly enough, Lupin's only a Phantom Thief when he's in the mood. He's perfectly capable and willing to perform less... subtle heists. Doesn't mean those heists are anything less than meticulously planned, though.
Say my name, Say my name
Professor James Moriarty, God of Criminal Masterminds
- Symbol: Candle with little kids tied up there, crying
- Alignment: Neutral Evil
- Portfolio: Tying All His Victims Up, Appearing Out Of Nowhere Once Invoked, Memetic Mutation, Lack of Rope
- Domain: Surprise, Evil, Children, Rope
- Former Follower: Fasalina, now co-deified with Micheal Garret in the Love Pantheon
- Followers: Mello (Death Note), Harbinger (Mass Effect)
- Opposed by: Freakazoid!
- Go ahead and pray for him. Just don't say his name. Saying Candle Jack has been proven to be a very bad idea.
- The only person he can't capture is... Chuck Norris. A-CHUCK-A-NORRIS!
- Harbinger tried in vain to ASSUME DIRECT CONTROL of Candle Jack, but gave up. That form was irrelevant.
- Was recently caught up in an impressive paradox with Carmen Sandiego, in an incident where she was attempting to steal something, accidentally said his name, and when he appeared she tried to steal his powers to appear wherever her name was said. This resulted in a near-infinite portal jump sequence that took them to every location in time and space in an instant...the Denizens of the House of Time and Space are still working out what exactly happened.
- During another recent bid for immortality, Captain Jack purchased a box from an scantily clad space pirate. Within the box, she claimed, was the power of a greater god and the ability to control a giant mechanical dragon. Upon opening the box once he had it on board his ship, he was disappointed to see what, in the words of Master Gibbs, was a ‘Green Candle, Jack.’ Suddenly, they saw a grey phantom like being appear from nowhere and grab Gibbs, tie him up, and disappear again. A rather large man looked to his tall, skinny companion and said “Was that really...Him?” The man replied “Him who?” The large man elbowed his companion in the gut, “Candle Jack, you dolt!” The tall man replied “Who’s Candle Jack?” Suddenly the grey phantom appeared next to them and said, “You two arn’t very bright, are you?” He then proceeded to tie them up and disappear again. Mass chaos ensured. Suddenly the entire crew sans the Captain ran around the boat screaming “Candle Jack!” The grey specter appeared next to the Captain, sighed, and said: “I’m goona need more rope.”
(The Napoleon of Crime, Jim)
Sly Cooper, God of Rascally Raccoons and Gentleman Thieves
- Demigod (May actually be a Greater God who is concealing his power)
- Symbols: A most curious absence of any identifying symbols. Occasionally, it's a copy of The Dynamics of an Asteroid.
- Alignment: Lawful Evil
- Portfolio: Evil Counterpart, Deductive Reasoning, Consulting Criminal, Forehead of Doom, Breakout Villain
- Domain: Crime, Knowledge, Secrets, Persecution
- Allies: An untold number of villains and underlings owe a debt of gratitude to Moriarty's machinations, but he'd never let you trace them back to him.
- Followers: See Allies.
- Enemies: Sherlock Holmes, Sam Vimes, Hercule Poirot, and other crime-solvers
- Moriarty's inclusion in the pantheon does not mark his acension, but rather the moment it became apparent that he'd been here all along, orchestrating crimes through a multitude of agents.
- As the evil counterpart to Sherlock Holmes, Moriarty uses the same brilliantly logical mind to orchestrate crimes as the detective does to solve them, and shares his arch-enemy's devoted interest in the works of the House of Justice.
- Has an aversion to waterfalls.
- Also holds a seat in the House of Mentalism, but prefers staying here to be closer to his element and contacts.
- Has been spotted playing high-stakes speed chess with Lelouch vi Britannia on a few occasions.
- Speculation abounds on exactly what it is that Dynamics of an Asteroid is about.
- Professor Ratigan prides himself in being Moriarty's mouse equivalent, and one of his more devoted followers.
Dallas, Hoxton, Wolf, Chains (The PAYDAY crew) and Michael De Santa, Trevor Phillips and Franklin Clinton, Masters of The Caper
- Intermediate God
- Theme Song: Thieves in Time (Shared with Bentley and Murray)
- Symbol: The Thievius Raccoonus (Alternatively his Calling Card)
- Alignment: Chaotic Good leaning toward True Neutral
- Domain: Thievery, Honor, Companions
- Portfolio: Domino Mask, wielding canes, an obvious thief, Honor Before Reason, Gentleman Thief, snarking, following the legacy of his ancestors, wearing a shirt but no pants, jumping high, skills coming from his father, appearing/reappearing out of nowhere, not being able to swim (despite being a raccoon)
- Allies: His gang (Ascended members: Bentley, Murray, Dmitri}}, Non-ascended: Panda King, The Guru), Carmelita Fox (on and off again relationship)
- Rival: Nathan Drake
- Enemies: Most gods in the house of Commerce, Clockwerk, Neyla, Dr. M, Le Paradox, Penelope (former Cooper Gang member)
- Having surpassed the skills of his ancestors in the Thievius Racoonus, Sly decided to head up to the Pantheon for more challenges. He only steals from the villainous and rich because "there's no honor, no challenge, and no fun stealing from the poor".
- To quote Sly: "The Thievius Raccoonus doesn't make great thieves. It takes great thieves to make the Thievus Raccoonus!"
- Many have noted that he acts similar to Lupin when it comes to thieving, and the two have challenged each other to a thieving contest. The two haven't decided when to hold their thieving spree, but it would be a feat to talk about for years to come.
- Has gotten a rivalry with Nathan Drake due to their ways of gathering treasure: while Nathan goes to ancient ruins in search of treasure, Sly and his ancestors acquired their treasure by stealing from other thieves.
- This rivalry has come to a head recently.
- He also doesn't get along with Robin Hood either. While Robin Hood is about stealing from the rich and giving it to the poor, Sly steals as it's part of his family honor as a thief and seals it away in the Cooper Vault. Still, Sly does respect Robin Hood enough to be taught archery lessons from him.
- After an event that caused Sly to go travel back in time, he completely vanished and no one has been able to find him. Although, there have been hints that he is currently trapped in Ancient Egypt.
- The majority of Sly's treasures has been placed in the Cooper Vault on a secret island hidden far, far away. Only those of Cooper ancestry are capable of entry, and he has ensured that only he can enter it.
- Many have questioned why Sly, a raccoon, can't swim. He simply answers that he, Bentley and Murray skipped swimming lessons back at the orphanage.
Wolf, Chains, Dallas and Hoxton
Trevor, Franklin and Michael
Omar Little God of Sympathetic and Justified Criminals
- Theme Songs:
- Michael, Trevor, Franklin: $100 bills
- PAYDAY crew: Their clown masks
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil
- Domains: Thievery, Stealth, Violence, Aggression
- Portfolio: Stealing lots of money against all odds, and in extreme (and stylish) ways. Fighting together as one, Ax-Crazy (Trevor and Wolf), Badass Driver (Franklin), Cool Mask (PAYDAY crew), Retired Badass (Michael), Badass in a Nice Suit (Michael and the PAYDAY crew), Gangbanger (Franklin), Canada, Eh? (Trevor), Evil Brit (Hoxton I), Legacy Character (Hoxton and Chains II), The Engineer (Wolf), Villain Protagonist, Only Sane Man (Franklin), Papa Wolf (Michael)
- Allies: Bain (PAYDAY crew), Lester Crest (Michael, Trevor, Franklin), Sly Cooper, Danny Ocean, Leverage Consulting Inc., Carl Johnson, Max Payne (Michael),
- Enemies: Moriarty, Most of the evil members of the House of Justice, The Joker (PAYDAY crew), The Federal Investigation Bureau (Michael, Trevor, Franklin), the entirety of the House of Commerence (for obvious reasons), Marcus Kincaid (Trevor), Basically anyone whom they rip off
- Initially, the PAYDAY crew ascended to the position after their recent crime spree across America (including breaking into the skyscraper of the Garnet company and robbing the First World Bank) made waves among the Pantheon. However, the trio from Los Santos would go on to challenge the crew for their positions, after their own spree (which included hitting armored convoys, the headquarters of the FIB and the San Andreas Union Depository.) Eventually, Haruhi-sama declared that the two competing crews would pull off a simultaneous heist on a target of her own choosing. The exact details of the heist are unknown, but Haruhi, after tasking the story to be placed in the Tales of the Pantheon, decided to name both crews co-deities. Of course, these career criminals knew better than to oppose Haruhi's decisions and accepted their uneasy alliance.
- Despite only being assembled for heists, the guys have develop a close sense of camaraderie and trust in each other, almost in the same manner as the Green Flu survivors and The Investigation Team. This does not stop each of them from taking "additional cuts" from their heists. Money is indeed the reason why they have banded together, after all.
- Aside from being trained marksmen, both crews tend to take extraordinary measures in performing heists. For instance, when tasked to steal money from a panic room, the PAYDAY crew (instead of prying the door open or hacking the console) detached the room from the building and proceeded to carry the room away via helicopter. Michael's crew on the other hand managed to steal a bullion of gold more than $200 million from the San Andreas Union Depository.
- The PAYDAY crew's Mission Control Bain, on the other hand, is capable of creating the crazy plans the crew must carry out in the field, as well as improvising new ones should things go awry, including bailing out the team within mere days (even if they've managed to kill thousands of cops in their failure). On the other hand, Michael and Trevor's old associate Lester Crest plans out their heists, planning locations of enforcers and back-up drivers in case the crew decides to play it loud or smart.
- By no means do the team actively hurt civilians during their heists. This can be attributed to either their moral code or the fact that they get a pay cut in the end. While at the very least Michael and Franklin refrain from hurting innocents as well, Trevor, on the other hand...
- Exclusive to the PAYDAY crew:
- The PAYDAY crew refuses to work with (moreso under) The Joker, having been aware of the last crew of clown-faced robbers that served under him. This has put the crew on Mr. J's shit list, with the Crown Prince of Crime having attempted to kill them time and time again.
- Recently raided the Mercy Hospital in a heist for infected blood, where they met a Vietnam veteran named Bill. Not too long afterwards, a zombie outbreak ravaged said location.
- Have resurfaced in Washington D.C. for another crime spree. Due to having either retired or being caught by the police, Hoxton and Chains are succeeded by new members who have assumed their codenames and masks.
- Aside from their heists, each of the team members have their own agendas around the Pantheon. Dallas finds himself doing business with some of the other members of the Pantheon, mainly to sell off stolen goods. Hoxton can sometimes be found wandering the House of Love, or competing with other thieves, like Zidane Tribal. Wolf's tendencies to live out his favorite action films puts him in contention with some of the other fight-happy deities. Chains provides mercenary work for some extra dough.
- Will take on any contract and fight anyone (including gods and demons), provided that the payoff is big. Their ability to survive almost anything is thanks to the provisions and planning done beforehand between themselves and Bain. Recently, they stormed the Imperial City of Cyrodiil to steal an Elder Scroll and the Infinity Gauntlet from Thanos. Currently, they are after the most valuable treasure in the Pantheon: The Games of Divinity. Only time will tell if they succeed.
- Once, the PAYDAY crew threw down the gauntlet and succeeded in stealing several items from the Treasures of the Pantheon: the Sweet Tooth truck, the Reiji Maigo, The BFG-9000, Index Librorum Prohibitorum, The One Ring, The Ark of the Covenant and the Smash Ball. The crew was eventually forced to return the items, but many deities found themselves impressed with the crew's plan, which included saws, cardboard boxes, Kryptonite, schoolbuses, and the Smash Ball itself.
- Exclusive to the Los Santos crew:
- Trevor's Blood Knight tendencies have made waves amongst the Pantheon. He has attracted the attention of the Crawling Chaos himself, Nyarlathotep, who sought to harness Mr. Phillips' rage for his own. Trevor's response? Flipping the bird.
- Trevor's company, Trevor Phillips Industries/Enteprises/Corporation/basically anything that sounds important, is currently competing against Marcus Kincaid's own Marcus Munitions. There is some bad blood between the two, probably hailing from the fact that Trevor was denied the ability to break into the arms race on Pandora.
- None of the fellows seem to be too fond of the 3rd Street Saints, Michael in particular. While this could be attributed to a brief Mushroom Samba involving a purple haze and aliens, he claims that he is just wary of the gang's actions.
- Franklin, along with other Badass Driver deities and associates (such as Speed Racer, Takumi Fujiwara, Dominic Toretto and Captain Falcon) are planning to create a racing league for the members of the Pantheon to buy in.
- Michael is a very fierce Papa Wolf to his children Tracey and Jimmy, and will tear through anyone to protect his children. This also extends to his proteges or anybody whom he considers to be like his own children, including Franklin. Even Kratos and Asura, two of the more vengeful gods in the Pantheon, give Michael their blessings to go crazy when his kids are threatened.
- Recently, the trio have agreed to cease their "practices of capitalism" following their clashes with Corrupt Corporate Executive Devin Weston and Dirty FIB Agent Steve Haines, but have promised to return when the scores become bigger.
- Trevor's attempts to break into the meth business puts him in contention with none other than Heisenberg himself, Walter White. Now, he waits for the day where he can gloat about destroying everything Walt has created before his cancer deals the final blow.
- Michael can often be found with a good friend of his, Max Payne. It's been said that Max himself taught Michael everything he knows about marksmanship. He is also allies with the cowboy John Marston, who sympathizes with Michael's desire to be a good father and staying out of the life of crime despite circumstances.
(The King, The Terror)
Walter White, God Of Better Living Through Evil and Using Great Knowledge For Crime
- Symbols: Badass Longcoat, his Shotgun, a bag of stolen loot.
- Alignment: True Neutral, edging towards Neutral Good or Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: Anti-Hero, Badass, Determinator, Karmic Thief, Gayngsters, Did You Just Flip Off Cthulhu? (the man steals exclusively from drug dealers and crime syndicates) Ensemble Darkhorse, being feared by those who usually inspire fear themselves, tough guys who don't swear.
- Domain: Poor children forced into a life of crime, stealing solely from other criminals or Asshole Victims, those inspired by Robin Hood, criminals with surprisingly strict moral codes, never harming civilians, morally ambiguous characters who will fight to the death against the truly evil, criminal Guile Heroes.
- Allies: Robin Hood, Jack Sparrow, Carmen Sandiego
- Enemies: Walter White, Moriarty and all his followers.
- After his surprisingly sudden death, no one could believe the truth about how he died, and elaborate stories about his heists and him making a Last Stand spread. As a result, his legend grew and grew, until his spirit ascended to the Pantheon.
- Although he no longer needs the money, he still will steal from those who are needlessly cruel, greedy, or harm others. Now even immortal Criminal Masterminds with the powers of gods have learned to be afraid when they hear someone shout "Omar Comin'!"
- Oh indeed
- It's even gotten to the point that he once went to the House of Food for some Honey Nut Cheerios in nothing but a turquoise silk bathrobe and pajamas. Just the sight of him walking around, even in that getup, caused everyone within a fifty foot radius run for the hills.
(Heisenberg, The Danger, The One Who Knocks)
Vito Corleone, The Don of Mafia
- Lesser God (but seeking the power of a Greater God)
- Symbol: A chemistry beaker, a piece of blue meth.
- Theme Song: Baby Blue
- Alignment: Neutral Evil
- Portfolio: Using scientific knowledge for criminal purposes, Evil Genius, being embittered by missing out on his life's big chance, massive egoism, being Too Clever by Half, becoming less sympathetic over time, Freudian Excuses and criminal justifications that break down over time, Jumping Off the Slippery Slope, Chronic Backstabbing Disorder, Protagonist Journey To Villain.
- Domain: turning to crime because it pays better, those who feel unfairly treated by society, intelligent people compelled to prove their superior intelligence and worth, using knowledge and abilities for evil, choosing to do evil because it's what one is good at, Pride Before a Fall, From Nobody to Nightmare.
- Allies: Has a number of uneasy alliances, most notably with Moriarty, but he hates feeling like a subordinate to anyone else and thus will tend to look for opportunities to betray, backstab, or wrest power from anyone who holds power over him.
- Enemies: Vimes, Sherlock Holmes, Omar Little, all criminals that he feels are too stupid or chaotic to Do Wrong, Right.
- High Priest: Stringer Bell.
- While he claims to only be in the game of crime for the sake of bettering the life of his family, his raging ego has only increased since his ascension and he now demands respect and adulation from everyone around him.
- His behavior is unpredictable, going back and forth between careful plotting and rash, ego driven action. Between this and his issues concerning other people controlling him, he is unpopular among many would-be allies.
- Is on the edge of declaring Omar Little his Arch-Enemy, both because Omar keeps stealing his money and product and because Walter can't stand being defeated by someone he sees as an intellectual inferior.
(Vito Andolini, Don Corleone, The Godfather
The Leader of the 3rd Street Saints, God/dess of Gangsters
- Rank: Lesser God
- Theme Song: Do you even have to ask?
- Symbol: A bottle of Genco Pura olive oil with a revolver to its side. Alternatively, a hand holding a marionette control bar.
- Alignment: Lawful Evil with Neutral tendencies
- Portfolio: Italian-born crime boss, charismatic yet vicious tough old man, strict code of honor among gangsters, kind to subordinates and equally respected by them, making offers others can't refuse, Dangerously Genre Savvy strategies and plans, tragic childhood.
- Domains: Italian-born Crime and Family, Honor, Pragmatism
- Followers: The Falcones & Maronis, Tony Soprano, Fat Tony
- Allies: The Corleones (especially his sons Santino & Michael) and his subordinates, Omar Little. Shaky truces with other crime bosses like Professor Moriarty and the 3rd Street Saints Leader.
- Enemies: Walter White, Good-aligned Equestrian deities
- Originally this position was offered to Al Capone, until Don Vito made him a much better one, as well as pointed out that since he wasn't Sicilian he couldn't be in the Mafia, and Capone stepped down. A gang war broke out between several of the multiverse's known mafiosos in order to occupy the vacant spot until the Corleone crime family consolidated their hold and now reign over them all.
- His turf in the House of Crime is the only place in the entire Pantheon to get an authentic Italian cuisine experience. He has personally made sure that the Italian restaurants and cafés under his protection are considered conflict-free zones and anyone who breaks the neutrality will be expelled at best or whacked at worst.
- His sons, particularly Sonny and Michael, work directly under him and lead the various fronts and sometimes visit other Houses in his stead.
- He is a normal calm man until you mention drugs, which make him furious as they were the cause of his family's decline in the mortal world. He has made it clear that any drug dealers seen in the vicinity are to be shot on sight. Ergo, this has made him enemies with Walter White.
- He considers Omar Little an ally as they both share a similar philosophy on drug dealers.
- Due to an event that involved a certain racehorse named Khartoum, it has earned him the ire of the Mane Six and the Princesses of Equestria. The feeling is not mutual as Vito simply made its owner one of his trademark offers and he refused.
- Has a new target in the form of Jacuzzi Splot's after hearing the former raided 18 speakeasies in one night, with the possibility being one of Vito's. With assistance from Mello and Candle Jack, he's determined to catch him. Along the way, two outlaws named Isaac Dian and Miria Harvent manage to steal his precious money, thus adding him to their hitlist.
(Playa, The Boss, The Butcher of Stilwater
, President of the United States, Imperator of the Zin empire
Isaac Dian and Miria Harvent, Gods of Lovers Committing Crime
- Lesser God
- Theme Song: Power by Kanye West
- Symbol: A purple fleur-de-lis
- Alignment: Switches between Lawful, Neutral, and Chaotic Evil (Occasionally Chaotic Neutral)
- Portfolio: Being a gangster and loving it, From Nobody to Nightmare, Heroic Sociopathy, Those Without a Past, One Man Armies, Badass Crews, President Evil, Galactic Conqueror.
- Domains: Crime, City, Travel
- Allies: The 3rd Street Saints (Johnny Gat, Shaundi, Pierce Washington, Oleg Kirlov, Kinzie Kensington, Angel de la Muerte, Zimos, Vice-President Keith David, Benjamin King, Matt Miller, Asha Odekar, CID). Uneasy alliances with Prof. Moriarty and the Corleone family
- Enemies: Good-aligned deities, House of Justice
- Was once in the House of Villians, where s/he really disliked sharing with the other villainous deities until the opening of the House of Crime where s/he is pleased that his/her new crib puts all previous ones in Stillwater and Steelport to shame.
- The Leader of the Saints has an ever chaging appearance. One day s/he maybe male, another female. Some days s/he is dressed in nice clothing, other s/he dress in the weirdest getups you have ever seen. No one is ever around when their appearance changes and the rest of the 3rd Street Saints act as if thats the way they always looked. Taking a picture seems to cause some kind of Glamour Failure and reveals the boss to be a medium-built Caucasian with slicked back black hair, though if this is his/her true form is still in the air.
- Is aware of the situation between the GUAE and the GUAG and was given offers from both sides to join, instead the Leader of the Saints decided to try and take both of them on in order to have control of the pantheon. Because in his/her words, "being in charge is better than being a bitch who kept his/her mouth shut and does what s/he's told."
- Any lower deity, follower or enemy mook that displeases him/her is punished by starring in Professor Genki's Super Ethical Reality Climax. While the show itself is frowned upon by the Good-aligned gods and goddesses, Marge & Tsunade make a hefty bundle placing bets on players' survival chances.
- In his/her universe recently, s/he has been elected to the position of PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. What this will do to his/her ego in the Pantheon remains to be seen.
- As if being the above was bad enough for his/her stature, he/she overthrows Zinyak and earns the allegiance of the most advanced and militaristic army in their universe, needless to say, the threat he/she presents now is something that the other gods are growing exceedingly wary of.
- Considers himself/herself to be a "puckish rogue" rather than a sociopaths.
- There's one thing he values more than his freedom, that being his crew. That purple Fluer De Lis worn in the name of the Saints is a sign that the boss will go through hell and back to help you.
- Since the Zin invasion, the Boss has been slipping away from Villain Protagonist and becoming an Anti-Hero at best and Chaotic Neutral at worst. The Boss' response to these claims was a "I'm just looking out for my crew, fuck what anyone and everyone else thinks of me, it all comes down to me and mine." This outlook has made some of the gods of Friendship and Family consider giving aid to the saints if they need it.
Fujiko Mine, Goddess of Femme Fatales
- Lesser Gods ( Their immortality and their unintentional Spanner in the Works actually gives them Greater God status)
- Symbol: A collection of costumes next to an elaborate presentation of dominoes.
- Alignment: Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: comedic characters in tense situations, really likable thieves, unintentionally spreading happiness around them, somewhat atoning for crimes by acting like Robin Hood (but not really good at it), having similar attributes and personalities, constantly dressing up in many costumes, being complete idiots yet on the side of good (yet hiding some smarts) realizing that immortality rocks 70 years later, getting away with crimes due to sheer craziness, not main characters but helping others, unintentionally derailing plans, being full of energy
- Domains: Crime, Love, Costumes, Idiocy
- Allies: Most of the House of Crime, Itachi Uchiha, Wizardmon, Bentley, Murray, Jacuzzi Splot, Claire Stanfield
- Enemies: Most of the House of Technology and Commerce (for constantly stealing items from them), The Trollkaigers.
- High Priest: Bonnie and Clyde
- "Say Isaac?" "Yes Miria, my dear?" "I think we've just become gods!" "Incredible!"
- They met up with their 'idol' Robin Hood and have been trying to become his Merry Men in the hopes that it'll help them on the right track on their 'path' to becoming good.
- Batman personally requested that these two come to the Pantheon after learning about the Grand Panacea and how they unraveled the plan of an evil alchemist known as Szilard. He's also working on trying to get the Rail Chaser also ascended.
- The two constantly go to the House of Craft and try on all of the costumes that they can. They were excited upon hearing Chiyoko opening a cosplay cafe and have become employees just so they can wear her costumes every single day.
- Vito Carlone has gotten very miffed at these two due to the fact that they took some precious money from him while dressed up as baseball players.
- Many of the times they're able to get away with their crimes due to the fact that they are so ridiculous. The house of Justice turns away from them because they just can't believe that they're criminals and leave them to do whatever they please. The fact that they don't intentionally harm or even threaten to kill people is a plus.
- They somehow got involved with the legendary group known as the Dollars. Izaya just smirks at that.
- Whenever the two aren't planning an elaborate heist, they're playing dominoes and they take them very seriously.
- The Trollkaigers really despise the two because 1) they're too idiotic to troll and 2) their Spanner in the Works mishaps derail their plans. Not to mention that they're immortal and any harm done to them will just regenerate.
- They're even more miffed in that the two don't even understand the concept of death, thus killing them produces no fun at all.
- The two were excited to find how Jacuzzi Splot made it to the Pantheon when he proclaimed that he had a "gun in his heart". Jacuzzi's just glad that he's found someone he knows in the Pantheon and cried twice as hard as he usually did when he found them.
- Prior to this event, the House of Crime warned the two about the one known as Prince Charmles. Issac and Miria didn't understand why he was so mean until they found him insulting poor Jacuzzi and causing him to cry. This act of hurting their dear friend caused Issac and Miria to get very, very cross and the two sent the Prince to their good friend Clair Stanfield (aka the Rail Tracer). The last the two saw of the Prince was Charmles completely covered in blood, courtesy of the Rail Tracer himself.
Vi, Goddess of Ex-Criminals(The Piltover Enforcer, Force)
- Leitmotif "New Wuthering Heights"
- Symbol: An owl next to a butterfly
- Lesser Goddess
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: horrible pasts, likable despite her backstabbing, being Lupin's rival in thievery, beauty thatshe makes good use of, beauty that women fond over, using disguises, ability to repress horrible memories, Mod riders
- Domains: Thievery, Beauty, Crime
- Allies: Lupin, Daisuke Jigen, Goemon Ishikawa (Only if it benefits her though), Selina Kyle, Felicia Hardy, Carmen Sandiego, and Nami
- Ascended with the advent of her origin story with Lupin. She didn't want to go into the Pantheon at first, but once she found about Lupin's crazy antics in stealing stuff in the Pantheon, she couldn't resist.
- She's made a bit of a thieving team with the female members of Crime (not counting Miria or Vi), and the girls are known for their mad dash to steal any types of treasures whether they be big or small. Fujiko's main reason for stealing is because she loves the thrill of it and nothing more.
- Has an on and off again rivalry with Lupin III, due to Lupin finding her to be very beautiful, and Fujiko finds him fun as a rival for their mad dash of crimes. Zenigata's job in arresting criminals has gotten a lot harder with Fujiko now in the Pantheon.
V, God of Anarchy
Mokkan, God of Those who Cannot Resist Betraying Everyone They Know and their Little Dogs
- Theme Song: Here Comes Vi
- Lesser Goddess
- Symbol: Her hextech gauntlets. Alternatively, a "VI" tattoo.
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with good tendencies
- Portfolio: You Gotta Have Pink Hair, Cowboy Cop, Good Old Fisticuffs with Power Fists, Criminal Backstories, Taunting, Dynamic Entry, Genius Bruiser
- Domains: Violence, Law, Combat, Technology
- Allies: Caitlyn, most of House of Justice and more sympathetic members of House of Crime
- Enemies: Jinx, Less sympathetic members of House Of Crime, most of House of Villains as well.
- Though she was originally supposed to take place as a Goddess in a House Of Justice, strict regulations of the house - as well as a lack of bad guys to punch - were rather unbearable. As such, she was assigned as a representative of House of Justice in here, to monitor slier and more malignant members of the House from a better position.
- The tattoo on her cheek from which she got her name means a new word every week.
- While she tends to be a bit brutal in her methods of handling the criminals, she reserves a special treatment to the ones that endanger civilians and otherwise innocents which stems from her backstory.
- Though she might not seem like it, she is a talented mechanic, having built her gauntlets from a devastated mining drill and maintaining them in a perfect condition.
- The number of flipped tables had increased significantly after her ascension.
- Hoping and praying that Jinx doesn't ascend, for fear of the utter chaos her almost Reality Warper terrorist shenanigans would most definitely cause. She's been seen patrolling all the entrances to the house of justice when she's not in the house of crime, just to be certain.
( Marlfox High King
Jinx, Goddess of Completely Senseless Havoc-Causing
(The Loose Cannon)
Aladdin, God of Street Urchins
- Theme Song: Get Jinxed
- Lesser Goddess
- Symbol: Fishbones, her rocket launcher
- Alignment: Chaotic Stupid with Evil tendencies
- Portfolio: Carrying lots of weapons, Stuff Blowing Up, More Dakka, having no reasoning behind actions, Too Many Belts... for no reason at all, You Gotta Have Teal Hair, Expressive Hair, Slasher Smiles, Fashionable Asymmetry, Psychopathic Manchild
- Domains: Explosions, Guns, Bullets, Havoc, Terrorism
- Allies: Joker, everybody insane enough to actually work with her
- Enemies: Vi, the entirety of House of Justice as well as House of Technology, most Lawful-inclined deities including evil ones.
- One day, the havoc ensued, completely demolishing two aforementioned Houses as well as a good chunk of each House, bit by bit. Lots of explosions, bullets and tacky pink spray was involved into matter. Before she was caught, Jinx had managed to break open the vault with Maximum Security Treasures(unleashing Ark of the Covenant, Hinamizawa Syndrome and The FATAL Sourcebook in the process), blow up a few buildings in a House of Knowledge and finally decorate Megatron of all people with a crudely written "X wus here".
- When questioned about her reasons for this rampage, Jinx only laughed and responded with "Who needs reasons?".
- Vi is, obviously enough, completely outraged by her nemesis' ascension and has made it her personal goal to put her down permanently. So far she's not seeing much success.
- Joker seems rather fond of her due to her similarities with Harley Quinn.
- Her rocket launcher, Fishbones, acts as her conscience, trying to futilely stall Jinx's rampage through the Pantheon. Considering that Jinx herself voices Fishbones' qualms and complaints, we might as well be waiting a little bit for results of this therapy.
- Is to be shot on-sight if she ever again sets a foot near House of Technology. Not that it stops her from gleefully entering.
- Whenever she's away from her tools of the trade, Jinx just sort of rampages through the Pantheon as a rather dark example of a Genki Girl, much to the chagrin of the actual patron of Genki Girls.
- One night, She and Joker went on a rampage through the Pantheon and wreaked such chaos that Batman and Vi were both helpless to stop it. It only ended when both of them thought it would be hilarious if they shot their partner in the head... at the same time. Joker regenerated in his temple the next day, while Jynx was seen bouncing around on Fishbones like a pogo stick not long after. When asked about the double-cross, they described it as "Hilarious" and "Way too fun", expressing their desire for another night on the town even if it ends the same way, something the gods of Law are dreading.
- Theme Song: "One Jump Ahead", "Prince Ali" (when he's in a boastful mood), "A Whole New World"◊ (shared with Jasmine)
- Lesser God
- Symbol: His fez and magic carpet.
- Alignment: Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: those who grew up on the streets, those helping others, likable thieves, those who are good with kids, making plans on the fly, those who have reasons for thieving and giving it to the poor, Pragmatic Hero
- Allies: Jasmine, Sora, Donald Duck, Goofy, Genie, Robin Hood, Omar Little.
- Domains: Crime, Heroics, Royalty.
- Not to be confused with: Ali Al-Saachez.
- After Alice ascended Jasmine, she also brought Aladdin into the Pantheon to help in should Maleficient try anything funny. Aladdin agreed, because it also means he could see Genie again.
- The Doctor is very interested in Aladdin's fez and has been trying to get one for his own. The other gods have tried to warn Aladdin just what he'd be getting into if he agreed to the Doctor's terms.
- Spends time with Robin Hood and Omar Little when it comes to thieving in the House of Commerce.