Here lies the House of Heroes, who fight against destruction. These God's goals are peace and harmony, to restore order. Beware that some are less than noble in pursuit of this goal. This house was founded when several of the heroes such as Superman and Spider-Man decided they wanted a place to rest instead of the perpetual war in the house of heroes and villains. While many of the elder gods were uneasy at the thought of another hero/villain house split after the first experiment, the case eventually went all the way to the court of the gods, where a very tired and irritated Johnson ordered the house split up because, "All that noise makes sleeping very difficult for the rest of us! I tolerate the house of beasts out of necessity, but split the others up for now. Let them scheme in their own houses." Jean Luc-Picard facepalmed at this utterly arbitrary decision, but as Jack McCoy was leading the case, tired of having the lawless look over his notes, the decision passed with surprisingly little argument. The only dissenter was Harvey Dent, but after flipping a coin, he ultimately decided for it too, though it did create the awkward situation of him needing to drag himself between houses depending on his coin flip on who he was going to visit on off time.
Most of the resident Heroes are just glad to finally rest without needing to take watches to prevent their throats from being slit by the Villains. However, their only exception is a form of Enemy Mine when it comes to beating the Disgraces.
Despite being technically less powerful as Iluvatar, his duties as one of the Holy Trinity keeps him from being active all the time in the Grand United Alliance of Good. Thus, Cosmos rose through the ranks to be named leader of the Alliance until further notice. Many of the chaotic members grumbled about the appointment, but as Cosmos is also fully willing to get down and dirty in the war, most eventually came around to the leadership.
Frequents the House of Heroes quite often to help plan with the generals, but will just as soon visit the other houses in order to check on good recruits from the other houses.
Is taking part in a grand alliance of the most brilliant minds in the pantheon against the Mad God of Order, the Great Will. She profoundly detests his obsessive desire for all-encompassing order at the cost of every form of freedom, uncaring of the suffering some may endure for many to be preserved. However, she has paid close heed to the rumors stating the Tyrant God was once a kind, loving deity, and also devotes significant resources in finding exactly what, if anything, twisted him into the demented Control Freak he is today.
Clark Kent, God of Superheroes (Superman, Kal-El, The Man of Tomorrow, The Last Son of Krypton, The Man of Steel, The Big Blue Boyscout, Earth's Adopted Son)
Superman's adventures have been so varied and numerous that listing all of his accomplishments, allies, and his influences on the rest of the pantheon could keep us here a while. Just watch for him when he's in one of his moods.
As their philosophies, color schemes, and do-gooder attitudes are very compatible, Superman meets regularly with Optimus Prime and Captain America, along with a few others. Rumors that they make secret plans to thwart Evil are entirely unfounded. Everyone knows that they get together to play Bridge. Whatever that is. Surely the most powerful of superheroes, the robotic Messiah, and the head of the House of Justice can get together without making plans, right?
Most of the villains hate his guts, as his Super Speed, Super Strength, and other parts of his Superpower Lottery makes him a very persistent foe that is NOT easily gotten rid of (without a healthy dose of kryptonite of course).
Has fought Goku many, many times with no certain conclusion, except for that one time when they were nowhere near a yellow sun.
Has the distinction of being in one of the greatest friendly fights in Pantheon history: Him VS Son Goku. After a long and grueling battle that took every house of the pantheon to clean up, Superman was declared victorious.
In an alternate universe, he is a tyrant. if he had just one bad day. But to Superman, this still doesn't affect his reputation. Personally, however, the vision kinda shook his conviction, realizing that he could end up the same as his tyrannical version. He's asked not just close friends like Batman, but also the likes of Captain America to either come with a backup plan or work together to keep the morale, to never let that happen, continuing to live in what he'd call "The World of Cardboard".
That tyrannical version of himself eventually became motive for him to grab a shard of X-Kryptonite and take part in "The Pantheonic Rebellion".
He came back to the screen in a 2013's Man of Steel, under the direction of Watchmen director Zack Snyder. While the film has received a mixed reception from critics, it was a financial success and is getting a sequel that will team him up with The Dark Knight himself.
Shepard is a mysterious one. Gender, race, age, background, alignment: no data available. Because of this, Shepard is sometimes not entirely trusted by other Heroes (and don't start on the Citadel Council). However, regardless of their methods, Shepard is the galaxy's best hope against the Reapers.
One of the few traits known about Commander Shepard is that he/she can't dance. This is universally accepted as fact.
Shepard possesses the divine gift of releasing anyone from any brainwashing with only the power of words. Depending on the severity of the brainwashing, however, this may result in self-inflicteddeath.
Shepard can be seen visiting and giving consolations on Martin Walker. They may have existed in two different worlds with jarring difference in where idealism and cynicism are located, but Shepard always ensured that Walker did the right thing about his epiphany, and he/she would also be equally jarred if thrown in a world where he/she end up killing many fellow humans just doing their best to survive the harsh situation. "It's like when the Reapers invade the Earth. Except replace the Reapers with fellow humans who's just trying to survive, even through harsh methods. No aliens to help or co-invade... nothing. Captain Walker has my utmost respect."
Is having his/her members create a group called the Paragon club, consisting of Him/Herself, Superman, Spiderman, Captain America, Yuu Narukami, Naruto Uzumaki, Nanoha Takamachi, Kamina, and Simon. Cyclops, however, turns it down.
Likes to swap stories with chaos on occasion about their respective adventures fighting against omnicidal monstrosities in outer space. Shepard has also shown interest in recruiting KOS-MOS to be part of the crew of the Normandy, citing how handy the X-Buster turned out when facing off against a Gnosis Cathedral Ship. With something like that, a Reaper or two would be no problem.
No matter what scars you bear, whatever uniform you wear, you can fight like a krogan, run like a leopard, but you'll never be better than Commander Shepard.
Rivals: Anyone who presents a threat to his title as World Martial Arts Champion
Enemies: Anyone who presents a threat to his fans, family and friends or status, Cell
He shows moments of great courage when his family and friends are threatened by evil. Mr. Satan's true colors are foreshadowed when he risks his life to get Android 16's head near Gohan, which leads to Gohan's transformation to Super Saiyan 2. In the Majin Buu Saga, Mr. Satan is revealed to be a fundamentally good man as opposed to the arrogant showboat persona he exhibits, and his bravery and kindness towards the good Majin Buu play a major role in Kid Buu's defeat at the end of the Kid Buu Saga. Prominently, he has saved the lives of his pet dog Bee, Vegeta, and even Majin Buu.
Although he may not have the courage of a hero, but he certainly has the heart of one. His willingness to do good in spite of his cowardice and incompetence is enough to earn Piccolo's respect and approval as the "True Champion of the World." The few times the bad guys he's fighting are normal (but dangerously armed) criminals instead of superhuman monsters, he effortlessly beats them down.
And that's how he became the champion of the world while Goku and the rest of the Z-warriors were out.
Mr. Satan's civilian name is "Mark." In kana, that would be maaku, which is an anagram of akuma, which is, you guessed it, is Japanese for "devil."
In a series where death itself is treated as an inconvenience, Mr. Satan stands out as having Plot Armor so thick he could probably survive getting hit by a nuke through some improbable circumstance. You would think that getting fly-swatted by Cell and attempting to murder Buu via video games would get him killed. And you would be wrong. Mr Satan, Fortuneteller Baba, and East Supreme Kai are the only main characters in the entire series to never die, which is quite an achievement in this series.
At first he only pretended to be Majin Buu's friend so he can get close enough to kill him. It wasn't until Fat Buu's Heel-Face Turn that he became friends with him for real.
He may be a greedy, lying skirt chasing coward, but he is still a fundamentally decent, sensitive and kind-hearted human being who wants to make the world a better place.
He's NOT fearless; but his willingness to stand up and do something when it matters in spite of being a weakling makes him the bravest of all the Z-Warriors.
Under normal circumstances, he would be an incredible fighter, and legitimately won the World Martial Arts Tournament multiple times. Unfortunately for him, these are not normal circumstances.
With a power level rivalling Master Roshi, he'd have been quite a force in the old days. Unfortunately, by the time his career takes off, he's long since been Overshadowed by Awesome.
He is frequently credited as stronger than any other professional fighter, although this usually does not bother any of the main characters despite their world-saving ventures being unrecognized. However, a few characters are not above blackmailing him about the secret. Of course, he is the strongest normal human who doesn't know how to use ki when he first appears, and the good guys in fact would rather stay out of the spot-light, so it suits them just fine. When push comes to shove however, Mr. Satan is actually a rather decent and kind-hearted man who genuinely cares about people and wants to help them. He at least has the Heart of a Hero, if nothing else.
At the age of 57, Mr. Satan retired from the world of martial arts. His official reason for retiring is to give the next generation a chance. However, the truth is that it became impossible for him to continue rigging the tournament without his partner Majin Buu.
Mr. Satan ends up being very active as a movie star. Appearing in all sorts of films, he played the role of various types of characters in everything from romance films to action flicks.
The film "Satan Legend" starring Mr. Satan was released, which, while it did not do well at the box office, it nevertheless, gained a cult-like popularity among different parts of the world for the special effects which were used to emulate Goku and his friends' techniques in order to fight against the movie's antagonists.
Mr. Satan is an incredibly sensitive soul who is able to shed tears for a demon who wiped out the human race, and on top of that has faith that Buu can become a better person.
Taken into consideration how well he treats his family and children in general, despite of how arrogant and chauvinistic he may be, Mr Satan is very well received and welcomed by every good God in the Pantheon house for Relatives and Family, specifically Piccolo and Edward Newgate.
Even Asura is on good terms with him, but is annoyed with the fact that Mr Satan declines every invitation Asura gives him for a friendly battle, after hearing how strong he supposedly is.
Even without powers like Goku and his friends, he's helped save the universe twice. Granted the first was by convincing the Big Bad that killing was wrong and the second was by helping collect the energy for the spirit bomb, but this still counts as neither would've happened without him.