Pantheon / GUAE Vile Specialists

Despite the overarching response of the GUAE, there are simply some specialties which do not fulfill the other categories. Within the GUAE the attitude to this particular wing stands divided. There are some who respect the title for what it is given, recognizing that herein lays a multitude of experts on the art of infiltration, sabotage, kidnapping, stealing, financial funding...and so on and so forth. Less interested members of the GUAE simply deride this house as the 'miscellaneous bunch who sit around doing nothing really evil.' However, with Gray Mann's arrival to this section, he decided to "ramp the place up, albeit."

This is complicated by the fact that members of this group are precisely comprised from the combination above. With Mr. Burns and Gray as the Headmasters to the group, and the rest are nothing more than the Specialists.

The Headmasters

Charles Montgomery Burns, God of Old Money (Mr. Burns)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Blinky, the three-eyed fish
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Reason for joining: The promise of his own bajillion-dollar note.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Dude, did you see how much Melkor paid Ungoliant last time? Burns wants a piece of that action.
  • Threat to Cosmos: Probably low, but hey, money makes the world go round.

Gray Mann, CEO of Money Spiders
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Australium-powered life-extender machine
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Reason for joining: Simple. The total annihilation of Mann Co. and every single rich company in the world in order to use the funds for weapon productions.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Like most financial evil-doers here, should Melkor supply the money to him, he will do as he please.
  • Threat to Cosmos: He is barely even useful if you face him personally. On the other hand, his robotic mooks will tell you otherwise. So HIGH.

The Specialists

Looten Plunder, God of Corporate Corruption
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A fake $1,000,000 bill with his face on it
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Reason for joining: The destruction of Captain Planet.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: As long as Melkor keeps the money flowing, he'll stay on board.
  • Threat to Cosmos: Low. With Captain Planet on his side, his capacity to pollute doesn't have much of an effect.

Wario, God of Greed
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His distinctive mustache and big nose
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Reason for joining: Complete control of the video game market beyond Diamond City
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Wario knows which way the money-scented wind is blowing... for now.
  • Threat level: Medium/Low. His motive is money, and not destruction.

I-No, Goddess of Musical Assassination
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: A flashing red "WARNING" sign
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Reason for joining: That Man wanted her to, and also so she can use her time travel powers to troll the universe.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Moderate, given that "That Man" may be a manifestation of Melkor.
  • Threat to Cosmos: Moderate, depending on whether or not she's being controlled by someone.

Sae Kashiwagi, Goddess of Crocodile Tears
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: A Peach Girl manga with Momo's face scribbled out
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Reason for joining: To prove that she's better and more popular than Momo. Really, it's all she's got.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: None. She's not all that interested in serving a higher power.
  • Threat to Cosmos: None. She COULD have caused trouble by pulling that shtick on some of the more impressionable members of the GUAG, but Kenshiro sees right through her.

Ghetsis Harmonia, God of Abusive Parents
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A Hydreigon
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Reason for joining: Promised to rule over the Black and White World and every Pokemons under his command.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Low.
  • Threat to Cosmos: Moderately high, even without his signature Hydreigon. Just ask N.

Dr. Drakken, God of Harmless Villainy
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A flag with his face on it
  • Alignment: Chaotic Stupid
  • Reason for joining: Everybody else was doing it.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Pretty low, actually. Drakken's a cartoon villain, and Melkor is...friggin' Melkor.
  • Threat to Cosmos: Low. He's a villain on a Disney Channel series.

Mandy, Goddess of Children From Hell
  • Greater Goddess
  • Symbol: Her hair shaped like yellow devil's horns
  • Alignment: True Neutral, sometimes slips into Lawful Evil
  • Reason for joining: She already control a Grim Reaper, so she's looking for more "infernal" beings to control.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Looking for a back-stab opportunity
  • Threat level: Moderate. She's "friends" with a Grim Reaper.

Xellos, God of Lovable Traitors (The Mysterious Priest, The Trickster Priest, The Dragon Slayer)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His staff
  • Alignment: Always Chaotic Evil
  • Reason for joining: That is a secret.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Also a secret.
  • Threat Level: ...guess.

Eric Raymond, God of Smugness
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Misfits logo
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Reason for joining: Money.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Melkor is paying him.
  • Threat Level: Low.

Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz, God of Obstructive Bureaucracy
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: An enormous stack of papers
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Reason for joining: The paperwork. Oh, the paperwork.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Very high. Bureaucrats have rules to follow, so it's hard for Jeltz to just get up and leave, even if he wanted to.
  • Threat Level: Low, but depends on how bad his poetry is.

Freddy Krueger, Avatar of Nightmares
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A glove with very sharp fingernails.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Reason for joining: Mostly For the Evulz. His other goal is to finally kill and destroy The Angry Video Game Nerd in revenge for what he did to him in the past.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: None. He plans to kill off Melkor when the war ends.
  • Threat level: High. Able to kill someone in dreams.

The Riddler, God of Riddles (Edward Nigma)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A question mark.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Reason for joining: A chance to prove he's smarter than Batman.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: If Melkor gives him challenges well suited for his intellect, he'll be quite content as a strategist.

Hexxus, God of Pollution
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A pitch-black skull
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Reason for joining: To spread his pollution across all universes.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Mild.
  • Threat level: Medium.

Cave Johnson, God of The Pursuit of Pointless Knowledge
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Aperture Science Logo
  • Alignment: Chaotic Stupid
  • Reason for Joining: Basically, there's a lot more potential for SCIENCE to be expanded without those damn safety laws.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Zero. Science knows no loyalty except to SCIENCE!
  • Threat Level: As the man responsible for GLaDOS, Cave Johnson is considered a man to be feared, or at least be cautious of. With an obsession for go-nowhere experiments and creating fantastic items for mundane and totally unsuitable purposes, Johnson is a special type of crazy.

Polybius, Divine Game of Malevolent Video Games
  • Rank: Unknown (rumored to have power on par with a Greater God. No one is willing to find out.)
  • Symbol: A skull and crossed joysticks
  • Alignment: Most likely Evil of some kind, likely Chaotic or Neutral
  • Reason for Joining: Unknown. Cave Johnson, GLaDOS, and Gygias actually sponsored its inclusion into the ranks of the GUAE, and Melkor, having heard of Polybius' potential, decided to let it in.
  • Loyalty to Melkor: Unknown. It's not even known if Polybius is sentient or not. Many of the lesser GUAE members are wary of the machine, and Melkor likely won't take any chances with it.
  • Threat Level: High, especially to video game players and characters. Polybius is almost certainly Melkor's trump card for dealing with deities whose domains include gaming.