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.
Carrot Ironfoundersson, God of Heroes (Captain Carrot)
Allies: Commander Samuel Vimes (boss), Angua von Uberwald (girlfriend)
It is rumored that he is, in fact, the true heir to the throne of God of Tropes. Regardless of whether or not it's true, Carrot has been noted to prefer his current position and has, on several occasions, reacted very violently to attempts to force him up to the position. For the same reason, he refuses to allow himself to be promoted from Lesser Deity, despite many thinking he earned it.
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".
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.
Ascended upon defeating the Kaiju menacing Earth, and a little Headbutt of Love at their both living through their hellish war experiences.
Pilot Gipsy Danger, a Humongous Mecha so humongous that piloting it alone would cause massive neural damage.
Despite not passing the Bedechel test, Mako is much loved by feminist gods/godesses, for her strength and portrayal as a character. She, being a bit of a perfectionist, doesn't think that that's enough.
While Raleigh often prefers to be left alone, whenever there's asskicking to be done for the side of good, you'd better bet that he's going to be with Mako in their Jaeger Gipsy Danger doing it.
Share a Psychic Link called a Neural Bridge. Can do it very well for people who aren't related, although they do suffer hardships with both of the pilots' horrific pasts.
Raleigh lost his brother, while mentally connected to him. Mako is the sole survivor of a version of Tokyo. They've both now decided not to let this get in the way of their future.
What sets them apart is not their martial arts skill, or anything like that. It's their drift-compatibility.
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.
Despite the term "Creatures of Darkness", he holds no ill will towards Midna and those like her. However, they do hold a somewhat strained relationship, due to his ability to declare entire species fair game for holy powers.
If they do have a semblance of honor or tragic story, then lucky them, Kenshiro may shed some Manly Tears on their 'demise'. But if they don't... there's just no mercy.
Of late, his most constant target would be Yuuki Terumi, to the point that Kenshiro has adapted the stance of 'no matter what he's doing, he must be planning something nefarious. Therefore, strike on sight'. However, there were rumors that Kenshiro 'held back' and usually let Terumi not completely destroyed, for he's always ready to strike him whenever he returns... and the fact that he recognizes that the one deserving to deal with the ultimate finishing blow for him is Ragna the Bloodedge.
However, the finishing blow was done by Hakumen instead, although Kenshiro did thank him for killing Terumi for good.
At one point attempted to take on Lucifer for the Chaos Lord's stance on Survival of the Fittest, the ideology hitting too close to home in regards to the world Kenshiro originally came from. Lucifer simply smiled, telling him "If you don't want a world like that, you need only continue the actions you have done thus far. A world where the innocent do not have to fear being trampled by the ruthless...I have no doubt you can make your dream a reality. You're certainly strong enough." To the astonishment of everyone present, Kenshiro turned and left, deep in thought.
He, along with Sanger Zonvolt, are known to be the two Gods of the Pantheon that absolutely does not tolerate evil and are capable of dishing out massive punishment for evil without going to Knight Templar tendencies or running the risk of He Who Fights Monsters. Many would call them the 'Evil-Slaying Duo', and though they don't confirm it, there is a silent respect on both of them. There's one rule that both adheres though: They're not doing it for concepts like 'justice', but merely because Life is a privilege to all. True Villains don't deserve any of it.
Currently in deep training to discover the Pressure Point that he could hit in order to dispel the love and feeding of despair and negative emotions. Against scum like Terumi and also Monokuma and his mastermind that get off on despair, Kenshiro wants to make sure that if they don't get ecstatic in the despair of death, he expects something he heard on daily basis against those mohawked thugs he kills for being extremely evil: "I don't want to die! Someone help me!"
There has been, of course, more than one Robin. One (Dick) currently heads his own band of heroes in his spare time. Of course, not every Robins could ascend to the Pantheon. Especially the current case of Damian Wayne, in which Dick is still monitoring whether he's worthy to be in the Pantheon or not.
To add, there is one Robin that is never discussed among the presence of Dick, Tim and Bruce. That is of Jason Todd, he is considered the family's Old Shame and Black Sheep.
Due to the fact that they're no longer the respective Robins... they put Damian Wayne as their High Priest, so the legacy of Robin will endure on.
Dick also has a seat in the House of Love as the God of Blameless, Guilt-Free Sex.
Tommy does not get along well with Char, due to constantly wanting to sacrifice all giant robots for the greater good. However, while Heero agrees with him on this point, Primus, as a god of living machines, considers Tommy a genocidal maniac. As all are "good" aligned and know it, they are contractually forbidden to fight about this, and restrict themselves to very stern looks.
In the Toku Base, he's the High Saint of the Power Rangers.
Followers: Lt. Frank Drebin (Police Squad!/The Naked Gun), the whole Police Academy gang, Police Chief Clancy Wiggum (in fact, in Wiggum's world, Clouseau's name is an adjective), Maxwell Smart, many others
Clouseau was once an undeserving victim, betrayed by the wife he loved and sent to prison for a crime he tried to prevent. He was rescued by receiving the breath and shape of the sympathetic God of Masks, which transformed him into a hero with amazing karma. He has since been forever protected from treachery, even death, without his realizing it; he only strives to do his duty as "an officer of the leu (sp.)". Supposedly he still exists in the mortal realm and might have even sired a child. But most believe when the God of Masks became immortal Clouseau followed and ascended, as he was still a part of him. Thus those who claim to be him or a descendant are ignored as imposters. Clouseau often asks his fellow gods to practice karate with him, but they are all hesitant to do so.
Moved from the House of Love in an attempt to stop the rampant shipping of his clergy. Which hasn't really worked. He still goes there on occasions though, mostly because Masaya Aoyama's temple has sheltered Mai on many, many occasions.
After Azula collapsed in the last part of her Villainous Breakdown, Zuko tried to ensure that her entrance into the Fallen was dignified. It might have worked if she hadn't been alternately sobbing, making inarticulate threats, and trying to kill him.
Mal's attention can be most easily summoned by placing his worshippers in situations of danger and dramatic tension, preferably so that they are threatened by hostile townfolk.
Ashley and Mal found common ground in their mutual desire to go their own way and be left alone by their respective governments. Unfortunately, Mal has a crew to protect and almost supernatural bad luck, so his plans are more or less doomed to failure. Which is just as well, because the last time Mal's plans bore fruit, a fleet of starships were decimated. When Captain Reynolds has a cause to fight for, nothing can stop him.
Rumor has it that Thrawn sets aside a number of minutes every day, simply to ensure that Mal does not come across anyone in the pantheon that may start a tussle. Several Gods forbid, the last thing any of them need is Mal finding a reason to do... Anything.
The Super Sentai changes members every year or so, and have been around since time immemorial. The only constant member is Tommy Oliver, God of Sixth Rangers, who somehow, always, finds a way to fit himself into the current generation.
Their usual representative is known as AkaRed, though there are two others who stand in known as Akarenger and Big One.
Ripley used to be the Goddess of Space Marines, until the actual Space Marines remembered she wasn't actually a Space Marine. The Dark Angels swiftly and brutally deposed her, setting up their Primarch in her place. Then Horus Heresy came out and it turned out that Lion'El Johnson was a huge douchebag whose most notable act was handing over the most powerful siege weapons in the galaxy to the enemy, so the Blood Angels kicked him out and set up their Primarch. Sanguinus was subsequently deposed when Leman Russ challenged the angelic primarch to a drinking contest and the Wolf of Fenris bested the Bishōnen with ease.
Recent information has come to light indicating that Sanguinus intentionally set the contest up so that he could be excused to return to the emperors side. After all Lemman Russ is one of the few Primarchs he could actually trust to do the job right.
Like the previous office holder, has issues with Marneus Calgar attempting to usurp his seat and claim the glory for himself. Leman Russ asserts that his chapter has their own codex and that the main battle tank of the Imperial Guard is named after him gives him precedence.
Followers: Rincewind, who is less following Cain than running away from something or other toward Cain's general direction.
One of three Commissarial candidates for the "Hero of the Imperium" seat in the Pantheon, along with Commissars Gaunt and Yarrick. In the ensuing duel for the title, Cain tripped up Gaunt while diving for cover, causing the latter to lose his grip on his chainsword, which disembowelled Yarrick. Yarrick then blew out Gaunt's chest with his laser eye as a sort of "last laugh" before dying himself. The rest of the Pantheon assumed Cain did them both in himself and therefore rewarded him with the position.
Is being actively monitored by the Council of Shadows due to his tendencies to turn the tide of any situation or unravel any plot that he happens to stumble across (generally achieved by accident while trying to avoid something else).
Naturally, later roped into the Pantheon of Defense against his will (although most just put his apparent unease down to modesty).
Ferik is usually avoided by Lamia Loveless, as even his name still invokes her bad memories. Now, she has visited him occasionally and kept a civil relationship, a proof that she got over her bad memories.
After his botched duel with Commissar Cain, Gaunt was resurrected by Saint Sabbat and given his own spot in the Pantheon. He's often working in the background keeping the secondary villains from taking over the Pantheon all by himself. However, the other heroes never notice because they're too busy fighting the big villains, and because they're all Jerkasses.
While both Gaunt and Cain seem uncomfortable about having to work together due to their rather checkered past history, they have managed so far to keep their animosities from interfering with their respective duties (Gaunt figures his time is better spent taking on their mutual enemies, while Cain's benefit is that it means that there's one less person trying to kill him at the moment). Of course, the fact that both of them have, by their very presence, managed to piss off allfourChaosgods tends to be a big motivator for cooperation, too.
As the ascended highest prophet of BRIAN BLESSED, it is of nominal importance that his name always be spelled fully, in bolded font, and with at least one exclamation point. The great and mighty Captain Gordon, Defender of Earth! will accept no less.
He was, at one point pushed off a cliff, after which the entire Pantheon wrote him off, save for Indiana Jones and BRIAN BLESSED himself, who insisted (quite correctly) that "GORDON'S ALIVE!"
Old Man Henderson, God of Plot Derailment Eli Burning, Young Old Man Henderson Eli Burning
While Old Man Henderson is a free spirit, he likes to work most against villains and the Disgraces. Especially the Disgraces. He has no love for them, and especially not the railroading that comes with the logical fallacies of their stories. He still doesn't like to be affiliated with the GUAG.
Old Man Henderson was reincarnated as Eli Burning by Nylathortep, as part of a Batman Gambit to get Hastur back in the game. Needless to say, it didn't work out well. Henderson sealed Hastur's power and fled to the Pantheons, where the Crawling Chaos can't touch him.
The only known investigator to ever win Call of Cthulhu, and the only known player ever to cause the DM to flip the table over in anger.
Although he was originally considered for the House of Ambiguity, his last actions got him a place in the house of Heroes.
Is, along with Mr. Welch and Noh, a member of the Trinity of Games Gone Off Track, representing the Serious aspect, also known as the Against a Bad DM aspect.
Has an alternate universe Clone called Wodan Ymir, who, after a very Crowning Moment of Awesome of a sword fight that shook the very boundaries of the multiverse from the sheer force of the Badassery, forced Haruhi to rewrite the universe so Wodan was merely an Avatar of Sanger, to prevent the existence of everything from exploding due to the extreme awesome emitted by TWO Sangers.
Kyosuke Nanbu Bright Slapped Sanger out of some serious emo over his ability to serve his role in the Pantheon at one point, and hence Sanger and he regard each other with great respect. Bright Noa later heard of this event and was greatly pleased.
Minsc considers him best buds as they share mutual dislike for evil and tenacity to smite them or kick them in the butt. Sanger was amused to have such weird acquaintance, but as long as Minsc has the heart of good, he's cool with him.
Some GUAE mooks attempted to assasinate him while he's out of the Dygenguard. The poor schmucks instead got cleaved with a human-sized Zankantou he recently found. Thus it's been declared that attempting to attack Sanger on foot is a bad idea.
He was once mistaken as The Dark Kingdue to his voice and was attacked by both Nagisa Misumi and Honoka Yukishiro. Sanger was quick to straighten up the misunderstanding, but in the same time, he's impressed enough with their teamwork that they became friends, with Sanger noting that if there's the Pantheon's "Bash Sisters", it'd be them. That, and somehow he felt that there's something familiar with Honoka's voice with how he attainedhis human-sized Zankantou. Regardless, Sanger assured them that the Dark King is... just another evil that will be cleaved/smited.
Is a member of a stable group called the Mighty Majors. Alongside that, he's silently known, along with Kenshiro, as one of the 'Evil-Slaying Duo' with Sanger taking the business of smiting evil that is too big in size (like if they're (in) giant robots).
Is blamed for nearly everything good he's done. Still, Ramza would always take that full front as long as he's doing the right thing. Whether some other people restored his status or not, that's second matters to him.
Some mortals declared him a heretic after his death, but the Pantheons knew better and instead elevated Ramza... and gave those mortals who trashed a hero like him some REALLY HEAVY PUNISHMENT.
Became furious after the death of Artina as a result of circumstances even more unjust than his own. After personally killing her murderers, Ramza condemmed their souls to Limbo (via an agreement with Virtuous), forever barring them from reincarnation and rebirth.
He later discovered that the ones who blamed every goods he did, manipulated people to declare him heretic... Ultima & The Lucavi and their Glabados Church, has made their way to Pantheon. Ramza swore to once again stop them before they end up fooling and hurting other people rather than to restore his glory.
Ninten originally held this position, but inexplicably disappeared shortly after ascending. It is unknown where he went, but many speculate that he was reincarnated in the form of a bee (or not) and escaped to pass his godhood on to Ness.
Is currently trying to have a spot on the house of Mentalism by either staging a takeover against Lucy or obtaining a spot as her Good Counterpart.
Was very close to Speedball before his fall at the hands of Joe Quesada.
Would much prefer that Deadpool was not her follower, thank you very much.
Once invited her new bud Makoto Nanaya into beating up Doctor Doom. It was a success, and now they're making plans to do the same to Deadpool now that he's officially ascended long ago.
Was recently seen unleashing something called Wrath Of The Raging Squirrel a move so deadly that words cannot do justice describing the pain. This accidentally got the interest of Akuma who sought to fight one who 'copies' his move. There's already those who bets that Doreen is going to steamroll over Akuma.
Speaks to other gods sparingly (often disparagingly), but holds Kenshin, Vash and Zuko in decent regard as fellow atoners (though he'd never say it to their faces). Openly dislikes Light Yagami for his utopian tendencies.
Is pestered almost constantly by Dante Sparda and Kenpachi Zaraki for a fight. After the mess with GI Guy, Sol finally did respond to the two of them, engaging in a chaotic melee that set the chosen arena aflame, cut it into pieces, then scattered those pieces far and wide. Domon Kasshu and Kamina were rather impressed.
Was briefly considered to be in the running for God of Fire, but after seeing Shigekuni Yamamoto-Genryusai in action, he turned around and walked away, muttering to himself. Not even after Yamamoto's "death" that Sol was thinking of a takeover, he's got other business.
His temple pulls double duty as a shelter for good characters falsely accused of being Mary Sues. As most of his followers don't ever bother coming in, this tends not to cause problems.
Rex, THE WONDERDOG, being an immortal dog who fought the Nazis in WW 2, killed a dinosaur with an atom bomb, and saved a kingdom larger than the Tengen Toppan Gurren Lagan in a jousting duel, was allowed in as soon as a admissions clerk was found who didn't immediately faint at the sight of his pure awesome. It took a while.
Can also be found in the House of Justice working together with Phoenix Wright and She-Hulk in his civilian identity. As a lawyer, Matt has a fair amount of dignity and restraint, but he can still get carried away during an exciting case.
Due to fairly similar last names, he and Jeff Murdoch have been confused. Being a sensible man, Matt tries to take care of it by explaining, but Jeff's flailing and red face tend to balance that out.
He's good friends with Spider-Man. Several times various gods have tried to introduce him to Toph Bei Fong, but they keep missing each other somehow.
This throne was also given to Toph, but the crown was given to Daredevil solely because he can read.
Very much one of the Good Guys, Spidey can range from extreme Wangst to Fun Personified. He rarely lets up on the comments. Some heroes find him annoying, most villains find him infuriating, but it seems like every time something big happens, he's there.
Spidey was once amongst The Fallen, but he's been allowed out on probation, partly because the Dan Slott stuff is "okay", but more because of his long and rich history, and his continuing heroism in The Spectacular Spider-Man.
Didn't he have a wife-? Oh, no, he would be completely impossible to relate to if he did. Spidey and the Black Cat are clearly intrigued by each other and have gone on a few not-quite-dates which gods affiliated with the House of Defense have disrupted.
Is heralded as being one of the most skilled heroes of the Pantheon, having beaten many more powerful deities above him. Just ask Superman. Or Galactus. Or Thor. Or Wesker. Or...
Because of this, he can be more formidable than Batman as long as he does research on his enemies (if they're supernatural.) before he fights them.
Recently challenged Batman to a friendly fight. Batman thinks it was due to his recent time spent saving superheroes together, and that he wanted to test his skills against him. Of course, it was revealed to be a little payback for rejecting him from becoming a member of the Justice League, though the way Spider Man said it ended up casting in doubt whether he was being serious. There was a huge betting pool among the gods over who would win, with the odds before the battle were in batman's favor, mostly because of the "He's Batman" defense in setting the odds.
In the end though, due to the conditions of the battle making it impossible for Batman to use his special book, Spider Man ended up the victor, eagerly bragging to the whole pantheon on how he beat the Batman in a fist fight. Many tears were shed by the gambling losers.
In process of bringing forth his backup body for the Pantheon, the former Goddess of Heroes With Bad Reputations, Jessica Drew/Spider Woman, a good friend of Peter, had to sacrifice most of her Goddess essences, rendering her a mortal once again and entrusting Peter with her previous house, making Peter taking double duty. As much as he's going to miss her, Peter swore to take care of her old house, also empowered with the days J. Jonah Jameson berated him as a menace.
Artix von Krieger is also someone she looks up to, considering that he's the Champion of Darkness whose hometown was burned down due to the dark invaders coming for him, and that he is considered one of the shining lights in the House of Good as its founder of the Sacred Knights.
Never, ever misses a chance to sit in on a lecture from Great Teaching God Onizuka, and even shows up for class five minutes early when he announces that his class is being cancelled for the day.
Amongst all the gods from the Nippon Ichi multiverse, Beryl is the only one to show a bit of satisfaction in Mao's ascension, saying that she was a little worried that her rival was falling behind.
In celebration of his ascension, Beryl dragged Mao into Great Teaching God Onizuka's class. The records will show that Mao was kicking and screaming the entire time.
Sigurd ascended despite dying like a traitor, because the Pantheon knows better. True enough, his name soon enough becomes cleared in the mortal world, while his descendant Celice succeeds his battle, thankfully with less tragic story.
Was more than willing to let Jin Kazama enter his temple, but after seeing him gone evil, has refused his entry. But Sigurd will let him enter, if it turns out that it wasn't an act of pure evil and based on hunger of personal power. After it's proven that he's good, Sigurd still put the status on 'Pending', in case Jin once again turns evil shortly after.
Is responsible for restoring Ramza's status. Sigurd was extremely cross at those who'd brand him heretic for their purposes despite his goodness and was one of the people to administer heavy punishment for that.
Link, God of Silent Protagonists and Diversified Weaponry (The Hero of Time, The Hero of Winds, The Hero of Twilight, Fairy Boy)
Symbol: The Triforce
Weapon of Choice: Master Sword
Alignment: Varying with each incarnation, but always good.
Has sacrificed himself for his friends SO many times over SO many incarnations(one manga, one anime series, two OVA series and an animated movie), the sacrificial energy built up to the point he shot straight to godly status after his last one. He likes being a mediator between the more hot-headed gods. Do NOT make fun or light of his sacrifices, or War God Ryoma will come down on you like the rain.
His father was killed by the Grand United Alliance Of Evil. Inigo worked hard to attain his godhood, and when he did reach it, he hunted down his father's killer, was beaten at first, but made a swift comeback. His last words to said murderer after killing him were "I want my father back, you son of a bitch."
He is the White Void. He is the Cold Steel. He is the Just Sword. With blade in hand shall he reap the sins of this world and cleanse it in the fires of destruction! He is Hakumen! The end has come!
Serves to atone for his sins committed as Jin Kisaragi.
He was the only one not present at the induction of Terumi, God of Trolling, into the Pantheon. Ironically, nor was Jin. His associates, however, report having seen him close the door to his sanctum and roar furiously while swinging Ookami around like a madman.
Held Sol in great respect since Hakumen considers him a shining example of redemption. He also gets along well with Sanger, occasionally sparing in swordsmanship and competing in "Who can make the more Epic Creed" contests.
Also gained another Worthy Opponent in the form of Vergil, though their interaction is a bit complex. Vergil views Hakumen as a Worthy Opponent because he is Jin's future self. Hakumen, however, detests him for three reasons. One, because of his lust for power, which Hakumen views as evil. Two, because he utterly loathes his past self, and he views Vergil's "compliment" as an insult. Three, Vergil reminds him of his past self.
Although commonly misconstrued as a Jerk Ass (like his past self), those who have seen his "Old Man's Tale" scene towards Tsubaki Yayoi know better. Some gods have even cried when they viewed that particular moment in his history.
In addition to shivering spines upon hearing the resonance of Nu-13's voice on her ascension, a rumble was also felt within the Pantheon. Hakumen was the cause, due to a combination of his Power of Order and his quiet, but intense rage at realizing she had arrived reaching critical levels. It should also be noted that Hakumen has a long and personal history with Nu.
Regained his status as Greater God as a result of him killing Yuuki Terumi for good. In addition to that, since he was able to bypass his legendary Mind Raping techniques and kill him easily, Hakumen is able to at least withstand Mind Rape. This has made Terumi's ally Johan place him on his higher-up shit list, as Hakumen is able to at least withstand and resist against his Mind Raping and corruption skills, which were though to have been irreversable without Doktor Tenma intervening or having what's an overdose's worth of Heroic Resolve, and since Hakumen killed Terumi and the former was just at a quarter of his full power...
It is also said that while he could've done it without help, Hakumen this time slays Terumi because the latter was distracted by Excalibur's loony rants. For as much as a stoic man himself, Hakumen can't help but be entertained with Terumi losing his shit on Excalibur's loonydom, and that's before he told Terumi to face him and got him killed.
Minsc always say that Boo is a Miniature Giant Space Hamster, and can be a match of Sanger's Dygenguard. A match in kicking and smiting evil's butts, that is.
Boo was actually offered a place in the House of Beast as the God of Hamsters, but... what is Boo without Minsc, and what is Minsc without Boo?
"We're all heroes. You and Boo and I... HAMSTERS AND RANGERS EVERYWHERE!! REJOICE!!!!'
Minsc is occasionally seen hanging around Commander Shepard's home as he says he found Boo's girlfriend in Shepard's house. He also ends up engaging Butt-Kicking/Blasting For Goodness with Tali'zorah, maybe because they like to have their 'pets' (Boo and Chiquittita vas Paus) to Go For The Eyes/Optics.
Often seen in the House of Food, since he's really good with meat dishes. No one can understand how can someone with his attitude can cook really good. When hearing the comments, he simply shrugged it off.
Is glad that his formerly psycho brother Jin Kisaragi has repented. Which means, he can now concentrate more on hunting down Terumi and his cronies.
Lately shown to be comforting a crying Heart after she was being ridiculed by Sasuke Uchiha for promoting love instead of hatred. Though Ragna doesn't necessarily like such heavy promotion of love, he didn't seem to mind this girl.
Upon encountering the Ghost Lady, Ragna didn't even scream - he collapsed on the spot, having suffered the equivalent of 10 heart attacks at once, as diagnosed by Dr. Litchi Faye-Ling, the most she's seen out of anyone who has encountered it. He was also noted as waking up a week later screaming at the top of his lungs, forcefully, as someone (presumably Terumi) left an MP3 player at his bedside playing the Ghost Lady's theme in secret. This is how the scream sounded as emulated by this certain mortal named Gintoki Sakata. Although he tried denying screaming like a little girl, nobody was fooled.
Has many similarities in regards to Itachi Uchiha, in which the two are good friends.
When he heard the voice of Nu-13 resounding throughout the Pantheon, his eyes immediately widened and he suddenly burst off running as fast as he could. Eyewitnesses say that this is what would have happened if he had not collapsed after meeting the Ghost Lady.
Has recently grew a begrudging respect on Kenshiro, seeing how many times he ruthlessly whacked Terumi's butt and unaffected with his massive plannings. Kenshiro is kind enough to let Ragna knew that he'll always reserve the final blow for Ragna, and to achieve that, encourages Ragna to steel himself, as Kenshiro has been crawling back from the depths of Hell to punish the wicked despite the miseries of his life... and it's Ragna's turn now.
Was also attacked by Hibiki Tachibana of the Music house on basis that he might be a certain Dr. Ver in disguise and up for no good, on Hibiki's charge, what crossed Ragna's mind was, "Was it that two-personalities brat again!?". Ragna easily fended her off, until Hibiki's friends Tsubasa and Chris had her stop and explained the situation and who Ver is. Although Ragna forgives and befriends the Symphogear, he couldn't help but think if this Ver is a spawn of Terumi created to Troll him and smear his name.
He was once forcibly turned into a beastly abomination that wreaks havoc to everything despite his pleas for everyone to run. It was undone by Haruhi's Reset Button, but it made Ragna aware of the things to come. Thus, when he experienced the same thing again, he proceeds to lock himself inside his house, never wanting to meet anyone again until things settled down.
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."
Much battles where he kept on a standstill with Sol has proven enough to get him elevated. Now Ky devotes to preserve righteousness in the Pantheon, working well with the house of Justice.
Is married to an entity known as Maiden of the Grove. Also known as Dizzy. Family reunions are a tense affair.
Is also a father, through Sin is known to hang out with Sol more than him.
Unfortunately due to his naivety, Ky is often the butt-end of Terumi's trolling, since he's so easy to manipulate due to his devotion to justice. This doesn't sit well on Ky, knowing full well on how evil Terumi is, and even he has a hard time trying to keep his goody-goody face if the topic is about him.
He considers Siegfried a steadfast ally, although Siegfried is kinda put off with Ky's optimism, which Ky is trying to adjust with the much more realistic world.
Is a member of the GUAG Five Sacred Knights.
Like Sol, he has also been seen smiling in relief, uttering 'Finally...'
Ascended after overcoming his trials into a Holy Dragoon. But other Gods look at him funny, thinking that he may betray them anytime. Some, however, knew his true alignment, which is good.
There was a really huge reunion when Cecil came to the Pantheon, attended with especially him and Rosa.
Reportedly fell against an army of creatures known as Manikins. Upon hearing that even Cosmos was unable to revive him, the Elder Gods began searching for someone to succeed him. Before they could begin accepting applicants, however, Kain crashed through the roof of the building, very much alive, apparently having leapt there from the battlefield. Turns out he just got so bored slaughtering the Manikins that he fell asleep.
Most people agree on hir outfit, equipment, and personality, but there appears to be some sort of individual-specific perception filter over gender and name.
Anyone bearing hir blood in their veins has the potential to be a hero capable of slaying the devil himself.
Has absolutely no idea where hir great^n grandson found that "Erdrick's Helmet" of his, and stalwartly maintains that s/he never found nor crafted any such thing, and that it was probably created later to fit the design style of his/her custom-made legendary armor, shield, and sword.
It was as if a million antiques dealers cried out in agony, and were suddenly silenced.
Daredevil declared himself JJ's enemy because he thinks that the boy is trying to steal his position. However, JJ is the God of those with superpowers that nullify their disabilities. Daredevil is the God of those with superpowers that help them deal with their disabilities.
Tosen was a follower but became an enemy after recently gaining the ability to see. Oddly enough, you'd think he'd be even more of a follower.
Despite the title, he's still a well respected God. K' himself doesn't really bother, and accepts that even if he's stuck in shadow, he's still him.
Despite his portfolio, he doesn't associate himself with Guts or thinking of replacing him. However, in any case a straightforward hero is out of commission, he's always ready to temporarily take the place... even if that means darkening the presence.
He never ran out of glasses, and he never lent his to Horatio Caine.
Enemies: Dr. Wily, Dr. Weil, Dr. Eggman, E-123 Omega, Omega, Metal Sonic, HK-47, Nu-13, Megatron, Star Scream, Bender, Glados, Shodan, Sentinel, The Void Dragon, Prometheus, Pandora. Besides the first 3, he considers all of his enemies Mavericks to be terminated.
Followers: General Leo, Kronk
Is extremely uncomfortable around Katara, Cygnus Hyoga, Mr. Freeze (despite not being so different) and Sub-Zero for obvious reasons.
After his conversion, has been trying to convince Magneto that peaceful coexistance is possible.
Adell is seeking his aid against Overlord Zenon, seeing that Harpuia's nigh immunity to lightning and super sonic flight speed would (at least in theory anyway) give her trouble.
Spent three decades with out making a Face-Heel Turn, cementing his status as God of Faces.
Due to his age, he mostly train mortals and dieties who wish to become wrestlers in the Pantheon Wrestling Federation. He can still kick the crap out of most of his students with his martial arts skills and firebreath, though.
Reigns over his seat with four priests: The Chosen One, The Initiate, The Lone Wanderer, and The Courier. The four appear shrouded in dark hoods, so their names and genders are a mystery.
The Vault Dweller once decided to just leave his seat one day, wearing nothing but his Vault 13 jumpsuit. He returned three months later wearing Powered Armor, wielding a minigun and carrying the heads of several lesser evil gods. Business as usual for him.
There have been rumors around the Pantheon that he has an alternate-universe pony counterpart called Littlepip, who could give Twilight a run for her position as Goddess of Telekinesis. These rumors are unsubstantiated, but he has been sometimes seen with a small gray pony with a short brown mane and tail. Whether this is Littlepip or not remains to be confirmed.
Allies: His friends (Grimoire Weiss, Kainé, Emil), Bryan Mills, Coop.
Enemies: Shades and The Heartless, anyone who can/will threaten Yonah's life.
Mainly seen as a large, muscle-bound father, some have also seen him as a younger, slimmer man.
While a good man who does good whenever he can, Nier's refusal to think about his actions tend to have some horrifying consequences. What he sees as monsters he refuses to see as possibly more than that.
On the plus side, he's willing to do even the most meager of tasks for the sake of just helping others.
Followers: Akari Hinomoto, Zenjiro Tsurugi, Nene Amano, Kiriha Aonuma, Tagiru Akashi, the entirety of the Xros Heart Army, Ash Ketchum, Sora.
Enemies: The Bagra Army, Quartzmon.
Driven by a desire to help others, Taiki's catchphrase "I won't turn my back on them!" has become a bit of a support chant for his biggest followers and friends.
Once attempted to aid the House of Villains in order to make them his friends, but was so shocked by their evil intentions that he had to be dragged out of the house by Shoutmon to stop his urge to stay and help out.
Has a monthly get-together with other goggle-wears, dubbed the "Goggle Head Union" by Rika Nonaka.
The last of the Kamen Rider Club members to ascend, Shun used that time to do good deeds in the Power Dizer unit. He states that he's doing it because even though he won't get the praise he should deserves, he knows he's doing a good thing in the end.
Hurting any of the female Goddesses (particularly Miu) will incur his wrath. However, it also pushes him to do the impossible as he once saved a bus filled of innocents (that was being telekinetically controlled) using nothing but his own will.
Has recently proposed to fellow goddess Miu Kazashiro with a ring. It's unknown as to whether or not she said yes, as she last caught a glimpse of Haruto's Flame Ring and asked for a ring similar to that. However, upon seeing the future, it is said that both he and Miu were in a relationship of some kind.
Would very much like it if people would stop calling him Andrew, seeing as even though the two have similar backgrounds, Andrew never had to fight off against monsters in the hands of a giant mecha.
Gets along fine with the newly ascended god of Bully Hunters, Jimmy Hopkins due to their stance of fighting against bullies. Jimmy states that Shun's past as a jerk was water under the bridge, considering that Shun is now fighting off bad guys in a giant mecha.
Whenever he dies, he's brought back to level 1, but with higher starting stats each time. As a result, the GUAE has began plotting ways to stop him without killing him in order to prevent him from becoming too powerful.
Allies: Every Precures (especially the Fresh ones, so far, Inori Yamabuki), Zuko, Axel Almer, Lamia Loveless, Cliana Rimskaya, Tsukasa Kadoya.
She was once a servant of evil who went by the name Eas. She was asked to infiltrate the GUAG to spy on them, but had every of her former evil philosophies shattered due to growing the role of being a good person for real, thus as she redeemed herself, Zuko saw it fit that she becomes an ally or 'aspect' of him, whenever there's a bad guy infiltrating a good guy and felt too comfortable with the role of a good guy, Setsuna would be there to quicken the process of redemption. She says that she'll do her best in her job.
Although she's not that good at robots, she seemed to gather several friends from the GUAG Robot War Division, both Axel Lamia shared the mutual feelings of how it's like to grow to like their infiltration role for real. Rim also felt something similar with her friend somewhere within Setsuna... the voice, maybe?
Spends her spare time when not quickening the redemption process of bad guys being comfortable with their good guy masquerade with dancing, sometimes with Miki and Inori. Only Love is currently missing to complete the Clover dance team.
Is rather wary towards the Technology house. She has no qualms with them, but she always knew that they always have a chance to commit something that may repeat the Moebius incident. So she remains careful in what they're developing and encourages them to 'do their best' instead of overdependency.
It's unknown on how she got it, but among her personal collection is a working replica Decade Driver.
He ascended after he destroyed the event of High School of Mutual Killing engineered by Monokuma and bringing about several survivors, keeping them from falling to despair. Nobody expected him to be the one to pull it off, since they think Naegi is average. But... his constant optimism made it happen. Right now, he's working to rehabilitate victims of Monokuma.
Cosmos saw it fit that he be put in this House, as he's always ready to yell "YOU MUST NOT GIVE UP HOPE!" whenever things go south for the force of Good, which contributes as big as any strong or intelligent force of good anyway. Philemon is also impressed, he saw Naegi's undying spirit as one shining example of how Nyarlathotep will be proven wrong.
Even if he survived or ascended, Naegi is known to have never gotten over the other victims of the High School of Mutual Killing. As long as he's in his seat, he would keep the memories of his deceased friends no matter if they're amoral, Maizono Sayaka, Kuwata Leon, Fujisaki Chihiro, Oowada Mondo, Ishimaru Kiyotaka, Yamada Hifumi, Celestia Ludenberg/Yasuhiro Taeko, Oogami Sakura... Which strengthens his drive to spread the hope.
That being said, Naegi was actually surprised to see his 'friend' Maizono Sayaka hanging around the 765 Pro group. A slightly tearjerking and heartwarming reunion occurs as Maizono repeatedly apologized for trying to frame him during the High School of Mutual Killing, in tears. Naegi responded by saying that whatever her reason is, he never blamed her. Since he got his duties, he kindly asked Maizono's recruiter, Haruka Amami, to take good care of her.
He's actually surprised that Celes also made it to the Pantheon, despite witnessing her execution. Instead of being paranoid that she would restart her amoral scheme to fulfill her dream, Naegi instead takes it that dying as victim or executed in High School of Mutual Killing doesn't mean they won't meet again in the Pantheon. He now resolves to reunite with the other Hope Peak Academy's students. After seeing Oogami inducted, Naegi rejoiced.
He gets along really good with Makoto Nanaya, as they find a lot in common, not just the name, but how they treat friends and how they 'thwarted' their despair-loving enemies (Monokuma and Terumi). Naegi also bonds with Shinji Ikari, and promises that if he would fall down in depression for whatever reason, he'll think up something and say "That's wrong!"
They say that secretly before even going to Hope Peak's Academy, he trained in finding contradictions and spewing objections from none other than Phoenix Wright. He's currently 'training' a successor, Hajime Hinata. But... about that Komaeda guy? Naegi felt a little... off.
Once gained the abilities to create forcefields and called himself "Push". Unfortunately, he had to relinquish those powers after finding out how much he had to pay for them to have them permanently. He would later obtain his own super power and thus become a prominent partner with good friend Virgil Hawkins (Static Shock).
Was a bit sad at the fact that Virgil couldn't ascend along with him, but is glad that Virgil is the High Priest to Cole MacGarth, meaning that they can still see each other.
Nearly fainted at seeing all of his favorite superheroes gathered in the Pantheon. Is currently getting his autograph book prepared just for the occasion.
Has an Intergenerational Friendship with Yayoi Kise, Goddess of Tender Tears. This is due to their love of superheroes and comic books, and because of Yayoi's electrical abilities as Cure Peace, which reminds Richie of his good friend Virgil.
When he's not fighting bad guys, he's in the House of Technology, working on new gadgets to live up to his namesake. Recently met up with Kengo Utahoshi, and is considering on using Cosmic Energy based weaponry.
Nobody knows when he actually ascended, he just showed up one day looking for crimes to stop.
His ridiculously average look and dull costume causes villains of the Pantheon to belittle and not take him seriously. They are then taken completely caught off guard when he quite easily tanks anything they throw at him. By the time they wise up, it'susuallytoolate.
Thinks of heroism as a hobby. This doesn't sit well with some heroes but his heart's in the right place and if he can get the job done (albeit in a most likely gory fashion) no one's complaining.
Technically a princess, but is never treated or referred to as one.
Rainbow Dash offered to take her literally over the rainbow, but Dorothy declined, commenting it would defeat the purpose of the song.
Has a love/hate relationship with Alice Liddell. She often has to take cover when Alice brings out the Vorpal Knife and blood starts flying.
After killing two wicked witches, Dorothy feels it would be awkward to ever visit the House of Magic, believing they may shun her for what she has done. However, the Wizard and several major members of said House have invited her to visit to help put her fears to rest.
Seeing how quickly the forces of the GUAE grew in number and power, Cosmos personally traveled to the Main House to beseech the Holy Trinity for one mortal in particular to be ascended. After much study and review, the gods permitted her request, and brought the nameless warrior into the Pantheon.
Though in a new world, the Warrior quickly learned that the only thing that changed from their previous situation was the overall scale. undeterred, the Warrior of Light visited the leaders of his goddess' new organization to gain the full scope.
The Warrior now serves as Cosmos' protector. He is always by her side, serving as the last line of defense should any GUAE members attempt an assassination. Nothing will pass him while he still breathes, be it an army in the thousands or Melkor himself.
Met up with Artix von Krieger in the House of Faith, and was amazed with his abilities with light. Artix then had to tell him the truth: he's the Champion of Darkness but was trained to using the abilities of Souls to make it seem like he has light powers. The Warrior still treats Artix as a true warrior of light despite that, and is recently signing up to become a full member of the GUAG Sacred Knights.
Is glad that his master Philemon has ascended the pantheon, as Nyarlathotep too has entered the pantheon.
Anyone who enters his shrine will instead find themselves inside the Velvet Room. A relaxed area between dream and reality where he observes the events of his home universe.
Was recently relieved of his former title within the House of Love with vouching by Philemon. Though he is now recognized for his status as a force of good, people are still offset by his overall demenour.
While he may not be too proud of the "creepy" aspect of his godhood, he feels it necessary, as a great many things are about to happen within the Pantheon that he'll be needed to assist in.
Rumor has it many influential gods who can reach the Velvet Room have been seeing Igor for tarot readings, and not just for serious matters.