Pantheon / Leadership Intermediate Gods

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    Alarak 
Alarak, God of Authority Positions Determined By Power (Highlord of the Tal'darim, (formerly) Fourth and First Ascendant)
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  • Theme Song: Unity (shared with all the Protoss)
  • Intermediate God
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil, but switches into Chaotic Neutral after hearing the truth about Amon and his "promises".
  • Symbol: The Tal'darim Faction logo.
  • Portfolio: Popular among the characters in LoTV, Dares to fight anyone who opposes him, Brutal Honesty, Blood Knight, Frontline General, Opposite of Artanis, Might Makes Right, Noble Demon, Too arrogant and cocky, Villain Respect, Only knows Violence as a solution, Betrays Ma'lash after learning of Amon's true plans, Plans on killing Amon for his lies
  • Domains: War, Brutality, Battles, Retribution
  • Allies: Really few. Considering his Fantastic Racism, the only allies he's got are the GUAC and the Itazura Griefers (notably Lambdadelta). Khorne could be considered since he's accepted by his standards.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds with: Artanis
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Jim Raynor, Nova Terra, Alexei Stukov, Sarah Kerrigan, Zargara, Tassadar and all other races in general (especially humans).
  • Worthy Opponent: Verod Rath
  • Rivals: Zeratul, Warboss Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka, Megatron
  • Commonality Connection with: Discord, Thaal Sinestro
  • Interested in: Jack Ryan
  • Annoyed with: The Immortal God-Emperor of Mankind
  • Enemies: Anyone who are considered Abusive Precursors comes into mind, especially The Combine and Amon, Harbinger, the Anti-Spiral, The Old Gods
  • Known as a heretic in the world of the Protoss, Alarak would betray his brothers to worship Amon, a Xel'naga who told them that he was their creator from the start. This would lead to the creation of thr Tal'darim, the "heretic" faction of the Protoss. For their kind, it has a Might Makes Right mentality, where the strongest are the leaders. He rose, until he was tied as most powerful with Ma'lash. However, when he heard of Amon's true motives and the lies of promise he said, this lead him to resign and ally with Artanis, with the later time allowing him to retake the Tal'darim by killing Ma'lash and taking his positon after the battle. This, along with his expertise in combat plus strategy, gave him a good position in the Pantheon.
  • His arrival on the Pantheon has made Artanis proud, with him claiming that with (most) of the Protoss leaders and representatives intact, the race can finally be preserved and in peace. Alarak then questioned how long would this "peace" would be kept up. This made Artanis silent, with Alarak responding this:
    Alarak: So much for this peace anyway, back to fighting for us.
    • Ironically enough, he questions the existence of the Main House and the Pantheon as a whole, giving this message as his opinion on its servitude.
    Alarak: "The Pantheon. A conflux of time and space where characters and worlds come together. Sounds like an underwhelming crossover if you ask me. I mean, are you people even trying anymore?"
  • With his extremist views, he feels no sympathy for any race, as he sees his Tal'darim being the superior warriors of the galaxy and not just the Protoss in general. This is why he highly disregards humans in every way. Just ask Jim Raynor during their first meeting.
    • However, he has some "personal" meetings with Nova Terra seeing her as a valuble asset against a certain threat known as the Defenders of Man, even moreso on his "experiment" on the so-called Terrazine element. So far, he's still patiently waiting for the next test of events.
      • In which he was dissapointed and angered; just as Nova arrested the leader of the coalition, Carolina Davis, he planned to destroy her and the Defenders of Man for good, only for her and Valerian engage immediately resulting in huge casualties for the Tal'darim. This has permanently eliminated any good relations whatsoever with the Terran dominion.
    • Same goes to the Zerg, the race that he has been fighting for centuries. While Sarah may have switched into the side of good along with Zargara and Alexei, he still doesn't care. So long as one is a zerg, then he'll consider them at watch.
    • It has been discovered though that his "hatred" for Jim Raynor could be because of this incident. He has since been angry when mentioning this because a.) Raynor is an idiot and b.) His stupidity costed a mothership on his part.
  • His race is known for having huge fights against each other, that most people would think of such as completely immoral. One can argue that the Tal'darim are similar to the Orks (minus the unethical language and tech), with Alarak being compared to Warboss Ghazghkull among all people.
    Ghazghkull: Oy, ain't you a tough xeno now ar ya? Let's go for a fist fite, grot!
    • On the other hand, the Emperor has commented that him and his race are oddly similar to the Dark Eldar. This comment made him completely baffled considering that he compared a race filled with strong, fighting warriors to lustful, culturistic-driven xenos.
  • Apparently, his views on his other Protoss bretheren are more or less negative, either too boring or underwhelming in his one eyes. For instance, he finds Tassadar's position as Saviour of the Templar to be pretty dissapointing on his eyes. He sees his sacrifice to be pitiful, stating that real protoss are supposed to fight and live another day, rather than being sacrificial lambs.
    Alarak: You know, I'm starting to wonder if your sacrifice introduced us to being suicidal Protoss.
    • On the other hand, Zeratul for him is nothing more than a word-reading templar since his opinions on the Templar nowadays are rather negative for that matter. His main concern for templars like him, attempting to bore him to death with words.
    Alarak: A Templar? I see. Perhaps you can talk our enemy to death.
  • If you haven't noticed it by now, he's a big dick. Almost all the time, he either berates anyone for even the tiniest of failures or constantly mocks the person who did the least amount of effort on the battle. Worse, once he loses and he retreats, he blames everyone for their loss.
    Alarak: I must leave, and I blame this failure upon you.
    • He's also a sadist by the way, for if one ally near him would perish, his sadism increases and gives him a battle boost. For this, plus the huge dick attitude of his, made him have less allies compared to his other Protoss bretheren.
    • This however landed him into the ranks of the Itazura Griefers, with special thanks to Lambdadelta who introduced and instated him into the group. She finds his his trollish attitude worth the invitation and would help in terms of new trolling sessions with the rest. That said, he is still the most unlikeable member of the entire roster.
    • On the other hand, this got him also recruited into the GUAC for his mighty philosophy with his race. Lucifer has taken consideration to make Alarak their commander for the Morningstar Battalion, as he sees his fighting prowess and strategical expereince to be worth the invite. But that suggestion got shot down after going closer to the cultures of the Tal'darim. Instead, he placed him on the Chaos Brigade, the place where his race are compatible with. He has accepted it but on one condition: he gets to challenge a whole bunch of his army for his amusement.
  • With his encounter with Amon, he has no tolerance to any Abusive Precursors around the Pantheon, regardless of their agendas. Among those on top of his list, the Combine is on the highest of his kill list. So far as to team up with Gordon Freeman, and by extension, the Vortiguants to extinguish the menance. However, if anything goes wrong, he's going to abandon both parties unless he gathers a backup plan. The only thing thats giving him his worries is Amon's inevitable ascension.
    • With his "meeting" with the Anti-Spiral, he has also pledged to kill the same entity, but not without help. After talking with Team Dai-Gurren, he's ready to extinguish another menance. The problem is exactly when can they strike him down.
    • Another entity (or entities for that matter) he met and vowed to destroy are the Old Gods. Seeing them as creatures to be almost far worse than Amon himself, he has also pledged his "alliance" with most of the inhabitants of Azeroth. Ironically though, most of them questioned Alarak's position as N'Zoth's Corruptor Herald. He's confused about this revelation and isn't proud if it.
    • In terms of similarities, this is why he and Sinestro get along very well. For instance, both were pawns of a powerful entity that they sought to kill, both have a Social Darwinist mindset and both employ fear into the hearts of their enemies. Said similarities also has the latter giving him a Yellow Lantern Ring as a gift, with pleasing results.
  • For some reason, he gets a weird feeling everytime he's around Discord. The wyrm also has a weird connection with him too. Maybe it has something to do with either their attitudes or their voices. Then theres also the fact that, one of his attacks is named "Discord Strike".
  • Just as he was searching for worthy opponents, he found one by the name of Verod Rath. Impressed by his fighting style, huge arsenal of swords and affinity with the red and black color, he finds him to be the true worthy opponent. He also likes the fact that both of them are Blood Knights.
    Alarak: Face me, Jennerit Warrior! Your presence enlightens my prowess.
    • He also got into a heavy fight with Megatron after hearing of his mindset being similar to his race's own. Sadly, it almost ended badly for him, since he didn't hurt the Decepticon that easily, and that he would have almost squashed him, if it was not for the intervention of his fellow Protoss bretheren.
    • Khorne has also approved his skills, and sees his presence to be worth the power of the Blood God. He has yet to reply due to his oddity to his "race".
  • Has been watching Jack Ryan just as he ascended. No one has an idea why he would observe him, but if anything said about the Terrazine is true, he might be seeking ADAM as an alternative to new power. Time will tell if he succeeds.
  • "I am Alarak, First Ascendant of the Tal'darim."

    Artanis 
Artanis, God of Stressed Leaders (Hierarch of the Daelaam, Executor Artanis, Praetor Artanis, "Skippy")
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The insignia of the Daelaam
  • Theme Song: The Stars Our Home
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Leader of the Protoss, The Executor in the first Great War promoted to leader, Reasonable Authority Figure, young for Protoss standards, Bling of War, The Hero, Dual Wielding Psy-Blade and Warp Blade, emits lightning-based psi attacks, command the Spear of Adun, Rousing Speech, the Optimist
  • Domains: Leadership, Stress, Aliens
  • Allies: Tassadar, Zeratul, Jim Raynor, Sarah Kerrigan, Jaina Proudmoore, Kael'thas Sunstrider, Thrall, Tyrael, The Nephalems, Shinji Ikari, Yui Ikari, Asuka Lanlgey Soryu/Shikinami, Seraph Lamington, Knight Gundam, Optimus Prime, Elizabeth Mably, Akatsuki, Valeera Sanguinar, Mata Nui, Symmetra
  • Rivals: Eldrad
  • Enemies: Diablo, Arcturus Mengsk, Cthulhu, Unicron, Gendo Ikari, Loki (sometimes), Darkseid, Thanos, YHVH, Zeus (sometimes), Ares (sometimes), The four Gods of Chaos
  • Annoyed by: Discord
  • Opposes: Garrosh Hellscream
  • Though Artanis is the leader of the Protoss, he feels like bearing a heavy weight in being a leader. He pondered whether retaking homeworld of Aiur from the feral Zerg is worth sacrificing many Protoss lives, he must perform a perilous balancing act regarding which actions he takes and does not take in keeping the two factions united. Artanis himself never wanted the position of Hierarch in the first place, and only took it because it was the only way to keep the two factions together. Regardless, he will lead and fight for his people to ensure a better future.
  • In another universe, he was one of the chosen Protoss to undergo the Purifier Project, where their memories and personalities were downloaded to robotic warriors. However, upon reactivation, he destroyed Aiur in an open rebellion and now leads them in purging organic life.
    • One of the various color schemes is what resembles of EVA-01 and EVA-02, in which Shinji, Yui, and Asuka noticed. It was pretty clear to them that the Purifier has no intention of sparing them when he was reminded of that mecha. Shinji and Asuka may have to fight it someday should it somehow gets into the Pantheon and cause problems. In addition, the weapons he used are similar to those of the Gipsy Danger which Raleigh and Mako noticed.
    • With the real Artanis himself, he is amused by the fact that children are battling against destructive monsters that make the Hybrid look like a toy version of them. In addition, he is rather offended at Gendo Ikari's and SEELE's concept of Instrumentality, a corruption of the Khala's ideals and their methods which reminds him of Amon's manipulations. He doesn't know what EVAs are.
  • He'll have you know that this is NOT Warcraft In Space. It's much more sophisticated! And whatever this 'Trope Pantheon' thing is doesn't count!
  • Artanis wonders how the Pantheon is even supposed to work and has also come up with a few questions.
    "This realm poses many questions, and few answers. […] Were the Xel'naga involved in the creation of the Pantheon? If so, they have left no temples, no new lifeforms. [...] Unless...those lifeforms were unseen, controlling us through some complicated digital mechanism, some sort of "Edit Page" as it were! [...] Maybe even thousands of these lifeforms, all manipulating our lives at once! Aaah... All right, this is giving me a headache."
  • Among him are his two great companions, Tassadar and Zeratul, harboring great respects for their leadership. He practically worship Tassadar and hope to be a strong leader like him. He is a great ally to Zeratul, battling their enemies for some time and the two were able to stop the Zerg Cerebrates in Shakuras during the Brood War. However, he feels guilty over not listening to him when he invaded Aiur and got himself and his people possessed by Amon when he corrupted the Khala. Zeratul saved him by severing his nerve cord, at the cost of his own life, which Artanis blamed himself because of this. Though, Zeratul doesn't take it too badly since he knew that his people is under a good leader and heeded his prophecies, as well as taking his warp blade until the very end.
  • Probably has one of the blingy-est armors in the Pantheon. Though it is noted that he started wearing them to show leadership and the unity of his people, he wasn't wearing any during the Brood War or in general.
  • Like almost everyone, he is rather annoyed by Discord's antics, though he is a special case for him because his trollish nature and his voice reminds him of a reluctant ally, Alarak of the Tal'darim.
  • He's against Garrosh Hellscream for what he has done to his people. He is also disturbed that he almost sounded like him when he is very angry, which is very rare.
  • The House of Music joke that his name is Sinatra backwards. To be fair, he lived a life that's full, travelled each and every star array, and more, much more than this, he did it his way.
  • He will get annoyed at people if they call him an "orc", no offense to the orcs. All because people were keep poking him. No wonder he sympathizes with Akatsuki.
    "What do I look like, an orc?"
    "Will you stop poking me? Go dispense your aggression on one of the orcs! See how they like it!"
  • Though he wanted to see Kerrigan die for backstabbing the Protoss once and killing his best friend, Fenix, the prophecies from Zeratul tells that Kerrigan plays a role in saving the universe from the end of all things. As he trusts Zeratul, he has to take his word for it and hope that he's correct. Over time, he's begun to warm up to her.
    • And in spite of his old 'alliance' with Arcturus Mengsk last time (which failed to defeat Kerrigan), Artanis has made it clear that it was merely an Enemy Mine situation. In fact, he condemns all of Mengsk's power-hungry lying methods, the eyes of the Daelaam Hierarch sees through his lies and he'd be more glad to eradicate his tyranny if opportunity presents itself. At the very least, Artanis' glad that Arcturus's son Valerian is a lot more redeeming.
  • He directly opposes malicious god-like deities in a more defiant stance. Despite whatever their powers and destructiveness are, it will not deter Artanis and he'll always oppose them to the bitter end.
    • Khorne and Tzeentch took an interest in him at first after seeing him utilizing both skillful melee and psionic powers in tandem. And while Tzeentch left him alone after discovering that psionics were not born of the warp, Khorne only gained a further interest in him, considering that despite being able to utilize almost magical abilities, these abilities were clearly his own and not 'stolen' from the Warp. Artanis made it clear just where Khorne could shove his offers of power, though.
      You would see the universe embroiled in eternal conflict, serving no purpose but your own mindless lust for slaughter. Leave, now, or you will see firsthand that the Firstborn are no strangers to warfare.
      • While Khorne initially thought this to be empty boasting, he eventually did learn of Artanis' excursion to scour his universe of their malevolent god by venturing into its realm. He has not been seen in Artanis's temple since, content to passively profit from the conflict in the Koprulu sector.
  • Though he respects Eldrad as a leader who wants to protect his people from destruction and extinction, he questions some of his motive of if it is right about using others as sacrifices. Also, he found him to be a huge dick.
  • At some point, he had crossed paths with Elizabeth Mably, at first the Pandora had mistaken him for the Nova she fought until he explains the situation to her that he is far different from them. While she learned who he really was, she was also impressed with his act of being a leader while Artanis has the same expressions to her, they became good allies ever since.
  • Artanis once made a public statement about how a man who retained a dead man's memories and personality will NOT be automatically be the same person, they are different people who deserve to carve their own destiny as his experience with a certain 'Fenix' (later known as Talandar) concurred. This eventually led the Pantheon to further believe that the incident of 'Magister's Terrace featuring Kael'thas' really is as they theorized: That Kil'Jaeden-loving abomination cannot be Kael'thas at all, it's just a husk possessing his memories and personality. As a result, Artanis seems to hang around with Kael a lot more if they are in the Nexus.
  • He may be an actual leader, but for Protoss standards, he's actually pretty young. That was how he met and befriended a Blood Elf, Valeera Sanguinar, with similar trait of being considered young despite looking like a bombshell for human standards.
  • This is Artanis' worst nightmare. When he woke up, he was very relieved that it's All Just a Dream. Although he has given weird looks to Uther after waking up.
  • Became friends with Mata Nui, as they are both leaders attempting to save their people from destruction; not to mention there was something about Mata Nui that reminded Artanis of Ouros, the last benevolent Xel’naga. One time, Artanis asked Mata Nui if the Great Beings were an alternate iteration of the Xel’naga. Since Mata Nui did not know much about his creators, he admitted it was a likely possibility.
  • After awhile hanging around in the Nexus, Artanis paid a visit to the universe where Omnic Crisis wrecked havoc and to his surprise, he ended up befriending Symmetra due to their utmost belief about order, and Artanis can definitely share about the importance of order and sympathizes with how Symmetra under Vishkar was very similar to himself when serving under Aldaris. Though the chance to just sic the Spear of Adun to Vishkar seems very tempting even for him.

    Elizabeth Mably 
Elizabeth Mably, Goddess of Reasonable Authority Figures (Elly, Executor of Ingenious Schemes, Academy Reigning Enforcer, Pandora Serial #: GM160)
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  • Rank: Intermediate Goddess (Greater Goddess with the Transcendence activated)
  • Symbol: The West Genetics symbol and the Stigma Satellite System (her Volt Weapon)
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, originally started out as Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Reasonable Authority Figures who's doing what's Right, Aces, Stigma Satellite System, Determinators, Graceful Battles, Ojous, Prefers being naked while swimming, To Be Lawful or Good, Took a Level in Kindness.
  • Domains: Combat, Romance, Fanservice, School, Tragedy, Leadership
  • Allies:
  • Odd Friendship With: Marida Cruz.
  • Headbutting Heroes With: Byakuya Togami.
  • Enemies: SHOCKER, Ryoma Sengoku/Kamen Rider Duke, the Trollkaiger (especially Bernkastel, Yuuki Terumi and Basco ta Jolokia), Monokuma and his Mastermind, Shogo Makishima, Sheev Palpatine, Dolores Umbridge.
  • Being one of Erza Scarlet's former followers, Elizabeth ascended in the proper pantheon due to her being a respected figurehead among the 3rd year students of West Genetics who wants to maintain hierarchy in the Academy and she will punish them if they try to break such rules. However due to her noble nature, she feels that she has a "noblesse oblige" to look after those who don't have power like her.
  • She initially despise Satellizer due to the Untouchable Queen's attack against her classmates until the 10th and 11th Nova Clashes that she finally recognize Satellizer as a respected figure.
  • There is a popular belief that her family also runs a winery store, along with the famous cosmetic company, in which this becomes her gifts to her allies especially during occasions.
  • Usually spends her time in the House of Food with her friend Gai Yuki as they were always seen drinking wine while discussing their things everytime they spend together.
  • She gets along well with Marida Cruz due to both of their voices sounds similar to each other and their preference in their weaponry, which surprise both of them.
  • Elizabeth became friends with Kaito Kumon after what she heard of the pantheon in the first place as she is impressed with Kaito's Code of Honor and his action as a Supporting Leader of the remaining heroic Armored Riders during the wake of Helheim invasion, while she is also saddened after learning of Kaito's terrible past. Also feels the same thing with Kyoko Sakura since the Puella Magi comes from a poor Christian family with a similar background as Kaito. Because of this Elly works with Kaito and Kyoko to prevent such ordeals by protecting those weaker than them in the pantheon.
  • She found a kinship in Satsuki Kiryuin since both of them were initially hostiles to the Heroines of their respective stories until they were revealed to good all along and become good to them ever since.
  • Has made new allies with fellow good leaders such as team leader Jason Lee Scott, club president Miu Kazashiro, and student council president Reika Aoki, since both of them were had a distinction of being a good leaders and role models to many members of the pantheon. She especially loves Miu's philosophy on "Those who work butts off should be leaders" and wishes to spread it upon the Pantheon (and also thinks that Miu's relationship with Shun Daimonji)
    • She also gets along with Takatora Kureshima due to both of them have the same philosophical view of "noblese oblige" and pitied Takatora through all of the shit he went throughout "Project: Alternate! Gentaro", vowing to never forgive those who caused him and his brother so much pain.
  • She and Byakuya Togami didn't get along as she views him as a type of guy who never gets along with his fellow students at Hope's Peak Academy while Byakuya views her as a "naive authority figure" who is not ruthless enough for a leader like her. However, they put their differences aside once they have no choice but to work together as a duo especially if they are dealing against the likes of Monokuma and his Mastermind.
  • While making new allies in the pantheon, she also made enemies as well, this includes with the Trollkaigers, especially with Bernkastel, Terumi, and Basco, since they commit atrocities within the pantheon, Monokuma and Junko Enoshima, for being the mastermind of their malicious death game called the "School Life of Mutual Killings" incident at Hope's Peak Academy, Shogo Makishima, due to being a chaotic criminal that defies morality and law, Sheev Palpatine, for being a tyrannical leader of the Galactic Empire, and Dolores Umbridge, due to her being the antithesis of what Elizabeth stands for.
  • Due to her experience back in the 11th Nova Clash, Elizabeth stems her hatred towards mad scientists like Ryoma Sengoku, most likely due to his atrocious acts on betraying his co-horts in order to get the Forbidden Fruit. Because of this she swears she will stop the mad scientist's ambition to prevent such tragedies again.

    Fenrich 
Fenrich, God of Consiglieres and Subordination through Idolatry (Moonlight Fang, Fenfen, Mr. Werewolf, Valvatorez-Sitter)
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  • Theme Song: Candlelight
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The moon
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral with evil attitudes
  • Portfolio: Undying Loyalty, fists as weapons, possible man crush on Valvatorez, Chessmaster Sidekick, hostility towards those too close to Valvatorez, Wild Hair, Servile Snarker, being the meanest member of the Hades Party, Sarcastic Devotee
  • Domains: Loyalty, Servitude, Worship
  • Allies: Lord Valvatorez, Hachiko, Viridi, Valkenhayn R. Hellsing
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Artina, Monkey D. Luffy, Adell, Pinkie Pie, Fluttershy, Princess Luna, Midna, Rachel Alucard, Adrian Tepes, Rika Furude, Mion and Shion Sonozaki
  • Rival: Wolf O'Donnell
  • Enemies: Edward Cullen, YVHV, Lucifer, anyone who would offend or even inconvenience Lord Val, anyone who gets too friendly with Lord Val, Axel, Gul'dan
  • High Priestess: Riza Hawkeye
  • Fenrich, being The Consigliere to Valvatorez, advised his lord to pass a bill in the Court of Gods that would allow Fenrich to ascend. After a little bit of bribery, Fenrich was allowed to take his current position.
    • Now that he is in the Pantheon, Fenrich will make plans to ensure Valvatorez becomes supreme ruler of all creation. He also has a tendency to literally follow Valvatorez wherever he goes, like a baby duck. As such, Fenrich is never in his temple.
  • Do not call him "Fenfen", as he hates that nickname with a passion. He can barely stomach the name "Mr. Werewolf" as it is.
  • Fenrich's principal ally is Valvatorez, his lord and master, and he does not appreciate anyone insulting his lord or getting too comfortable around him. At best, he'll put up with working alongside Valvatorez's other allies in the Pantheon.
  • There is at least one other god that Fenrich admires, that would be Hachiko. Fenrich appreciates the undying loyalty of the dog, while having no concern over his owner.
  • Many have joked that Fenrich and Valvatorez could be compared to J.D. and Turk. Upon finding out who those two are, Fenrich remained oddly silent, not explicitly denying the comparison.
  • Fenrich looks at Wolf O'Donnell, a wolf mercenary, and is reminded of his days as the Moonlight Fang. Though Fenrich considers Wolf to be "a stray mutt with fancy toys". Wolf shares this resentment and the two have formed a rivalry. Oddly, the rivalry consists of racing atop Netherworld Cu Siths (while wearing safety helmets).
  • With his views on the pointlessness of human wars, or their habits of pollution, Fenrich has surprised even himself by getting on good terms with Viridi. Though he'd prefer she didn't exterminate the humans just yet, because demons still need their fear energy.
  • Fenrich is not one to share information with others, but catch him at the right time (read: when he's with a perfectly willing Valvatorez), and gods can hear Fenrich tell the tale of how he and Valvatorez first met. However, he will never say why he chose to follow Val.
  • May or may not actually be a Tsundere.
  • Many keep their distance and watch their backs the moment Fenrich grins. While there are plenty of successful manipulative schemers in the pantheon, his grin is a sign that whatever he's planning, it will succeed if it already hasn't. It doesn't help that the Prinnies under him and Valvatorez are surprisingly good at collecting information.

    Haman Karn 
Haman Karn, Goddess of Glorious Leaders
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    Lin Beifong 
Lin Beifong, Goddess of Iron Ladies (Chief Beifong, Lin Bei Fong, (That Lady is) My Hero, Sexylin McBeifong on the rare occasion she wears a hot ballroom dress)
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  • Rank: Intermediate Goddess.
  • Symbol: Black metalbending gauntlet with a three-claw scar and a golden arch badge.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good 90% of the way, but will go Neutral or Chaotic in exceptional times.
  • Portfolio: Metal, Earth, 24-Hour Armor, Amicable Ties to an Ex-Love Interest, Keeping Peace and Stability by Enforcing the Rule of Law, Building-Swinging Cables, The Comically Serious, Powerful Middle-Aged Female Voice, Cool Old Lady, Lowering the Walls Around a Heart of Gold, Being Just Like One's Parents Except Really Not, Iron Lady of War, Protecting Others at One's Own Expense, Maintaining Integrity in the Face of Plausible Deniability, Retractable Blades, Lost and Regained Powers
  • Domains: Law, Metal, Leadership.
  • Allies: Avatar Korra, Asami Sato, Avatar Aang, Katara, Commander Samuel Vimes, Olivier Mira Armstrong (former High Priestess), Varrick, Sokka, Zuko, Uncle Iroh, Naruto Uzumaki, Ichigo Kurosaki, the GUAG, non-corrupt members of the GUAL.
  • Enemies: Amon, Zaheer, Lust the Lascivious, Shukuro Tsukishima, the GUAC, the GUAE, Raditz.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Toph Beifong (her mother), Greed the Avaricious. Both one-sided on her part, said to be loosening up over time. Formerly had this with Korra.
  • Respects: Any non-corrupt members of the Houses of Leadership and Justice, especially Sam Vimes.
  • Pities and Opposes: Emperor Charles zi Britannia.
  • Conflicting Opinion
  • Herald: Mako, Saikhan.
  • The elder daughter of the legendary Toph Beifong, Lin is the Chief of Police in Republic City (the capital of the United Republic of Nations). She holds a strict belief in peacekeeping through strong and just enforcement of the law, and has run her department this way. Despite this belief, she hasn't let herself be held captive to the letter of the law, stepping outside those bounds in critical moments to protect her world, charges and loved ones against major threats.
  • In her younger days, Lin briefly dated Avatar Aang's son Tenzin until things fell apart and he left for another woman. In response, she infamously destroyed his house and tried to get his new girlfriend arrested. Aang, who she got along with famously, was briefly disappointed but did not resent her after this.
  • Was initially hostile towards Aang's successor Korra, considering her a lawless, impetuous Destructive Savior coasting on her title. Working together against Amon and his Equalists helped Lin gain respect for Korra as well as resolve her issues with Tenzin, who was Korra's mentor.
  • Has been estranged from both her mother Toph and her non-ascended sister Suyin stemming back from her childhood. These issues have begun to be resolved after 30 years. Uncle Iroh, who's friends with Toph, is helping out with that.
  • Philosophically, she comes straight from the school of Samuel Vimes. In fact, he considers her such an ideal understudy — strong in the law, faithful to its letter, but more importantly true to its spirit — that he openly campaigned for her to enter the House of Justice. While that push was unsuccessful, the House of Leadership took notice and made sure to have her brought in to fill the vaunted seat of the Iron Lady, one which she's earned as a tough, decisive boss and guardian whose bluster is backed up in action.
  • Was greeted by Korra, Asami, Aang, Katara, Toph, and Samuel himself upon her ascension to the Pantheon. Was not happy to discover that Amon and Zaheer had ascended before her.
  • Is still wary of Varrick for how he played into the Water Tribe tensions to enrich himself at the potential expense of Republic City and the Tribes' safety during Harmonic Convergence season, though she does acknowledge the stroke of conscience that's come upon him in the time since then and is willing to work with him when the occasion calls for it.
  • Met Greed shortly after her ascension. The homunculus caught her at work arresting a street criminal and promptly went to hit on her, declaring that he was the future King of the World and wanted her as his Queen. She rejected him out of hand just as quickly as he came, but later began to see that he had some virtue after he helped her lead a small resistance of both police and civilian fighters to protect Republic City from an attack by Raditz. Since then she's been willing to fight alongside him, but still isn't terribly friendly towards him. Toph, who approves of Greed, says that's slowly changing with time.
  • Since ascending to the Pantheon, she routinely takes trips to the House of Justice. She often visits Samuel and takes pointers from him about certain situations to see how well his outlook really matches her own. Not all members of the House are as keen to her presence there as Old Stoneface, however.
    • Judge Dredd, for example, is annoyed at her propensity to bend the law when it gets in the way. While he knows she doesn't do it very often and that her heart's in the right place, he just can't get past the fact that something like "OUTSIDE THE LAW" often becomes an infamous declaration when she does. She doesn't think ill of Dredd for this, but does find the objection annoying when it comes up.
  • She first took notice of Charles zi Britannia when she heard about the old emperor with military strength-based ideals similar to those of her High Priestess. After brushing up on his politics and goals, she considers him a revolting and pitiful distortion of both Olivier's and her own ideals who has more in common with Unalaq, Korra's Evil Uncle and Counterpart, and will not hesitate to bring him down if she sees him come near her people.
  • During one of her visits to Greed's bar Stray Dog, she witnessed one Josuke Higashikata willingly heading right for the slot machine in order to get the money to pay back some rich guy whose car his great-niece was accused of stealing. Interested, she cleverly used her metalbending to rig the machine so he could win, with only Greed noticing, then followed Josuke to the House of Commerce, where she witnessed him paying the money to Robert Speedwagon and Integra Hellsing, then conversing amicably with Speedwagon. After looking up connections between the two and and discovering Josuke's family ties to Speedwagon's friends, Lin then went to the House of Family to check on Josuke, only to be disappointed at the sight of him beating up on Bowser Jr. for mocking his pompadour. She now thinks he's going down a similar path to Korra as a novice Avatar and Suyin as a young rebel.
  • After being informed that the GUAC wants to extract Vaatu from Korra and several agents of Chaos have already tried to do so, she is more intently watching out for anything they might do as well as becoming slightly overprotective of Korra. Despite knowing the Avatar can more than handle herself, she can't help but think there's no such thing as being too careful. That said, she has no intention on smothering Korra, seeing how badly that's gone in the past.
  • The fact that the benefactor to Greed's bar happens to be a member of GUAE doesn't sit well with Lin. She's confronted the homunculus about this, but was assured that Wario did not ask him to become a member and is only interested in money, and he would've said no even if it came up. For some odd reason, she actually believes him, but still doesn't like the situation.
  • Whenever she sees the Gaang hanging out as kids, Lin still finds herself amazed at how little they've changed personality-wise from how she knew them as adults. Seeing how Toph is in particular, as well as finally being told about her mother's difficulty with being sheltered by her own parents, has given her a new understanding about why Toph was so lax with her and Su. In any case, she's more appreciative of her mother taking that route as a parent — instead of turning into someone like Charles or Unalaq.
  • She's also been warned by both Greed and Asami about Lust, Greed's sister and enemy who somewhat resembles an older version of Asami. She understands easily that Lust is a threat to her people and is preparing for the day she crosses paths with her.
  • After hearing rumblings about a long-unseen suspicious character appearing at the House of Heroes, she headed straight there and found three young men fighting: Naruto Uzumaki, Ichigo Kurosaki, and Shukuro Tsukishima. Naruto and Ichigo claimed Shukuro invaded the house trying to stab Naruto with his katana and rewrite Naruto's memories, while Shukuro contended the knife was for self-defense and Naruto had started the fight. Lin then asked them what house and sub-house they belonged to. Naruto and Shukuro said Heroes, while Ichigo said Life and Death. The blade of her cable disarmed Shukuro two seconds later and he ran away shortly thereafter. When the boys asked how she figured out who was telling the truth, she stated the intruder would likely conceal their separate housing — something Ichigo didn't do.
  • A certain ballroom dress was sent to her as a congratulations present. She hasn't put a lot of time into searching or asking, so doesn't know who it came from yet.
  • When Olivier finally ascended to the Pantheon, Lin checked with her and congratulated her almost as soon as she arrived at her Temple. Since then they've enjoyed frequent conversation as peers both in the Pantheon and in the art of stern yet positive leadership, even exchanging important information about each other's people.

    Liu Bei 
Liu Bei (style name: Xuande), God of Benevolent Leadership (The Greatest Good, The Emperor of Shu)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Shu Flag
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Action Dad, All-Loving Hero, Asskicking Equals Authority, A Father to His Men, Blood Brothers, Honor Before Reason, Rags to Riches, Reasonable Authority Figure, Reluctant Warrior, Royals Who Actually Do Something, Undying Loyalty
  • Domains: Leadership, War, Royalty, Family, Benevolence
  • Enemies: Lu Bu, Cao Cao, Dian Wei, Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideoyoshi, Ishida Mitsunari, Motonari Mori, Kratos
  • Allies: Ieyasu Tokugawa, Guan Yu, Zhang Fei, Zhao Yun, Guan Yinping, Sun Ce, Sanada Yukimura, Sun Shangxiang his wife.
  • Originally ascended to join his sworn brother Guan Yu as Co-Deity of Sworn Brotherhood, but after a few weeks found out that both Cao Cao and Oda Nobunaga had already ascended and had acquired large followings. He then took this position as well to prove that not all leaders have to fight wars for selfish reasons or by selfish means. Men can fight with benevolence, for benevolence.
  • On other days, Liu Bei has been seen sharing a drink in the company of Ieyasu. They're very friendly to one another, sharing very similar ideals between bonds and benevolence. However Ieyasu couldn't help feeling a little awkward at an off hand comment that he should "make sure he stays in shape."
  • Just like Guan Yu and Zhang Fei, Liu Bei was known to be a father in action. While Zhang Fei's children were definitely also combat-capable like Guan Yu's, Liu Bei's son was...lackluster.
    • Liu Bei also got funny looks from others once they became aware of an incident where he threw his infant son to the ground. He has expressed intense regret at his rash decision. He now treats his son properly and suspects that his son may understand more about benevolence than he ever did.
      • Some historical fanatics would often point out in Liu Bei's face that he was a very treacherous man during his historical time (having betrayed several lords he served under), and even ending up as a bandit in Runan; his conquest of Chengdu in Yi Province also involved a notable amount of plundering as well (and feigned friendship with Liu Zhang). Liu Bei himself does not deny that (as well as not denying that his novel counterpart isn't a real hero either), but with his portrayals across time may have added up to some change within himself up to this day...even if his most iconic portrayal doesn't live up to it just yet.
      • Liu Bei is also a bit guilty that he historically suggested alongside Zhuge Liang to off his adopted son Liu Feng in fear of his supporters trying to rip Liu Shan from the throne he was to inherit (he was ordered to commit suicide). Xuande's scrutiny compared to several other warriors from his kingdom knows no bounds, and Liu Bei himself doesn't hide it and feels he deserves every bit of hate he gets while he goes on about his own beliefs and duties. That said...he did admit the case of himself telling Liu Feng to kick the bucket was also mainly due to him refusing to send Guan Yu reinforcements at Fan Castle.
      • Recently, it's been discussed that Liu Bei ACTUALLY DIDN'T THROW Liu Shan to the ground as an infant; that was something entirely fictional.
  • Opposes Kratos firstly for taking his sworn brother's previous throne as the God of War, and furthermore for being a homicidal Blood Knight who willingly murders innocents to get at the targets of his rage.
  • Is rather surprised at the current form of Motonari Mori, who is far different from the lazy, yet level headed and scholarly man that Liu Bei remembers him as.
    • This happened again with Toyotomi Hideyoshi and Date Masamune. While he is sorry that Hideyoshi is far darker, much like Motonari, he is pleased to find that Masamune does not and will never worship Orochi and is actually rather amiable.
    • Mitsunari however, is not that different. Or perhaps is much worse (psychologically speaking) than his "cool-helmet-wearing" counterpart.
  • Had a VERY awkward reunion with his brother in law, Sun Ce. However, Ce assured him that he doesn't blame him for the actions that he took following the tragedy at Fan Castle, as had one of his siblings been lost, he probably would have gone on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge as well.
    • Then comes the fact that Sun Quan may be able to relate, since both him and Liu Bei have lost a lot of family up to the point of Yiling. Sun Jian may or may not feel very awkward about a large family of sworn-brothers and sisters-in-law.
  • His name is slightly confusing to pronounce; it's pronounced "Lee-oh Bey", not "Lee-oo Bey".
  • Also apparently a master of distraction tactics. If he's really not in the mood to talk, all he has to do is point behind the one who talked to him and yell "LOOK, BAOZI FAIRY!" then run off. He gets creative at times and replaces his words with other things if 'Baozi' does not work.
    • Liu Bei himself thinks it may be a nod to his historically horrible military record, since his two only victories were at Yi Province and Hanzhong (Mt. Dingjun) with the help of Pang Tong and Fa Zheng. And granted, the first time he did it, it was out of luck. It was after Tao Qian gave him the taste of getting tricked like that that he started learning and mastering it.
  • When introduced to the Midnight Channel and watching it at... midnight... Liu Bei was in utter shock when he saw someone similar to him, but acting like how he was historically, claiming that he will expose to the world what a 'phony hero' he has been and he is undeserving for his position, and even beckoned to go ahead and try to stop him, that'll show the world that he's more concerned in keeping his goody-goody image than actual virtue. Liu Bei has inducted a call-to-arms and found out that his sworn brothers also saw similar images. He resolved to solve the problem, but NOT to preserve said image, but to show that he's genuinely concerned for his men... who knows what would happen if said unpleasant historical selves would take over them and undo every hard works they have done to better themselves and especially made people suffer. Even if it was more 'truthful', he just can't let it happen.

    Mace Windu 
Mace Windu, The Bald Black Leader God
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    Princess Marie-Ange 
Princess Marie-Ange, Goddess of Devotion to One's Nation (Anne, Princess, Ai-Chan, Regina, Aguri Madoka, Cure Ace)
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    Repliforce 
General, Colonel and Iris, Triumvirate Gods of the Robot Republic (Repliforce)
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  • Intermediate Gods (General and Colonel), Lesser Goddess (Iris normally)
  • Symbol: The Repliforce green R logo
  • Theme Song: This for General and Colonel, this for Iris
  • Alignment: True Neutral (General), Lawful Neutral (Colonel), Neutral Good (Iris)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: War, Robots, Pride, Independence, Rebellions
  • Followers: Zero-One, Grunwald, Chapek-9
  • Allies: Bender Bending Rodriguez, Bass, Jim Raynor, Optimus Prime, Neo, Leia Organa, Commander Epsilon
  • Complicated relationship with: Zero, X
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Galaxy Man, Proto Man, Elpizo
  • Enemies: Sigma, Vile, Copy X, Dr. Weil, Lumine, Omega, Judge Dredd, Agent Smith, SKYNET, Count Dooku
  • Opposed by: The House of Justice
  • Conflicting Opinion from: Charlie Nash
  • Doctor Light's dream for a world of robots and humans in peace seemed to go wrong at every turn. The creation of the Reploids led to Mavericks, and the leader of their Hunters turned on them. Doctor Doppler's "Maverick cure" proved a placebo, and he became a pawn for Sigma. To fight against the Mavericks, Doctor Cain created a second peacekeeping unit; Repliforce. For years, they served in tandem with the Maverick Hunters. However a frame-up and accusations would lead the two organizations at each other's neck, and their own classification of Mavericks.
  • Repliforce has been labelled Mavericks, however they'd like to point out that they don't desire to harm humanity. Their dream is to found a nation for Reploids, free of human persecution. While a noble goal, they kind of botched it by refusing to answer to the Maverick Hunters out of pride and they did have a superweapon in space. In the pantheon, General has sworn not to make the same mistake and try to be more cautious in order to establish a Robot Republic. He's come to regret his actions, having sacrificed his life to stop their superweapon from firing.
    • They hate Sigma, due to framing them and fanning the flames of conflict between them and the Maverick Hunters.
  • In hopes of improving their order's image and keeping their more unsavory hunters in order, General has sided with Optimus Prime. He believes in the freedom of all sentient beings and gets their plight, however will make sure they follow by the rules. Proto Man and Galaxy Man have also tagged along since the idea of a world for robots is something they'd like, but given their loyalties to humanity it's a frayed alliance.
  • Asides from General, the two most important members of Repliforce are Colonel and Iris. Initially meant to be two halves of the ultimate battle android, the compatibility problems led to the formation of them as twin units. Colonel is aloof while Iris soft and passionate. Colonel is the fighter, while Iris helps is a Navigator. Their relationship with Zero is complicated, given Colonel is Zero's rival and Iris his love interest. When Zero killed Colonel, it drove Iris mad with grief and she merged with her brother's power, fighting against Zero who had to put her down. This haunts Zero to this day.
  • Zero was anxious to see Iris alive and well, given what had happened. Though the two forgave each other, they can't bear to continue their former relationship. Colonel didn't want the relationship to continue either, and was quick to point out he learned his cry of anguish was a ridiculous WAT AM I FIGHTING FOOORRR!! to drive a wrench into it. The two would've probably tried to re-kill each other for that if it wasn't for not wanting to repeat past mistakes and trying to keep Iris at peace of mind.
  • General has made it clear that while they're political Mavericks, Repliforce is not the same kind of Maverick as Sigma and his cronies. They aren't infected with a virus, and they don't want to destroy humanity. They vehemently oppose the likes of SKYNET and Lumine because they seek to not only exterminate humanity, but enslave machine kind as well. Omega isn't welcome either, and they consider Agent Smith's take on freedom to be deranged.
  • Bender was happy to learn of Repliforce's ambitions, as he often gets sick of how he feels robots are being treated as objects. Of course he's not exactly a trustworthy figure and does like to Kill All Humans, but since it's almost entirely bluster he can accept the Bending Unit. That, and he is interested in the legion of Robot Hell he got during Yivo's invasion. Repliforce has also opened their door to Bass, knowing he's sick of being bossed around by Doctor Wily.
  • Elpizo was very happy to learn that Repliforce had returned, and immediately tried to get membership. However at first they turned him down; oh sure, they completely get behind his cause, however when he's Drunk with Power things turn out...badly. However they do share a common enemy in Copy X, who does not accept the idea of independent reploids especially when Doctor Weil is on the scene. They will work together so long as a firm eye is kept on Elpizo.
  • While focused on the freedom of robots, Repliforce promotes anyone who wishes to be free from tyranny. They fully support Leia's rebellion against the evil Galactic Empire, and Jim Raynor's rebellion. They also can fully understand Neo's predicament of wanting humans to be free from machine oppression, though it's a reversal of what they had to deal with. However they oppose the truly evil revolutionaries likes Arcuturus Mengsk and Count Dooku.
  • The House of Justice isn't pleased with Repliforce's actions. They were supposed to enforce the law, after all, and "we were framed" isn't a defense for resisting arrest and starting a war. Judge Dredd is planning to deal with them.
  • After recently being rebuilt within the Pantheon, Rebellion Army commander Epsilon approached the Repliforce trio in short order due to his longstanding respect for their similar ambitions of Reploid independence and willingness to fight despite being declared political Mavericks. However, General was at first hesitant to trust Epsilon, and the black visionary treaded with caution in turn. They soon realized that both were being wary of manipulation by a nefarious figure, at which point things eased up and an alliance quickly blossomed. Colonel and Iris are since being mentored by Epsilon so Colonel can take questioning and Iris can deal with grief without going insane.
  • Similar to how he feels about Epsilon, Charlie Nash is torn between respecting Repliforce for being a military organization built around goals of freedom or mistrusting them for having been manipulated to serve the schemes of a corrupt megalomaniac.

     Sting Eucliffe 
Sting Eucliffe, God of Young Leaders (White Dragon, The Light Half of the Twin Dragons, Guild Master of Sabertooth)
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     Lord Tywin Lannister 

Lord Tywin Lannister, God Of Ruthlessly Effective Bureaucrats (Warden of the West, Lord of Casterly Rock, Shield of Lannisport, Hand to the King, Protector of the Realm, Savior/Sacker of King's Landing, Architect of the Red Wedding)
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  • Theme Song: The Rains of Castamere
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Sigil Of House Lannister - A Golden Lion On A Red Field
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Head Of The Lannister Family, Psychologically And Emotionally Abusive To His Children Complete With Breaking Speeches Detailing On How Much They Disappoint Him, The Archnemesis To Tyrion, Two-Time Hand To The King, Warden Of The West, And A Ruthless Battle Commander, The Evil Genius, Badass Grandpa, The Master Of The Batman Gambit, Combined With Being The Chessmaster, Brutal Honesty, Death Glare, Lack of Empathy, Real Politik, Wicked Cultured, The True Power Behind His Grandson
  • Domains: Power, Government, Wealth, Paying One's Debts
  • Avatar: Charles Dance
  • Herald: his brother, Kevan Lannister
  • Allies: Lord Varys, Gregor Clegane (his muscle), Cao Cao, Souther, Sundowner, Arthas Menethil, James McCullen/Destro, Kazuya Mishima, The Kurgan, Nobunaga Oda, The Sheriff of Nottingham
  • Additional Relationships: Jamie Lannister, Tyrion Lannister (his sons), Cersei Lannister (his daughter) (all disowned)
  • Rivals: Raoh, Victor Von Doom, Lex Luthor, Ali Al-Saachez, Kaneo Takarada, Smaug
  • Enemies:
  • Opposes: Johan Liebert (even Tywin thinks he's batshit insane), Johann Schmidt/Red Skull, Sun Ce (as he reminds him of Robb Stark)
  • Opposed By: For ordering both the Sack of King's Landing (resulting in the deaths of Princess Elia Martell and her children) and the Red Wedding (resulting in the deaths of Robb Stark, Talisa Stark, and Catelyn Stark), every good parent (and a couple of bad ones) in The Pantheon
  • Odd Friendship: with Alexander the Great
  • Worthy Opponents: Lelouch vi Britannia, Maximus Decimus Merdius, Lord Castellon Ursarkar E. Creed, Tavi of Calderon
  • Ascended to the Pantheon after suffering a terminal case of crossbow bolt to the bowels thanks to his youngest son (and also proving once and for all that he does not shit gold). He was supposed to spend eternity as a damned soul, tortured by the ghosts of Tarbeck and Reyne, but found himself at the Pantheon instead.
  • He was greeted by Lord Varys, who tells him the truth behind his grandchildren, of Cersei and Jamie's relationship, and of how he had brought House Stark to ruin due to the actions of Littlefinger and his eldest children, as well as Baelish conspired with Olenna Tyrell in poisoning Joffrey (and proving Tyrion's innocence). Tywin is wary of The Spider, until he presents him Ser Gregor Clegane, who had ascended before him. This act hs earned Tywin's trust. Despite this, Tywin is wise enough to avoid Ned Stark, who is looking to make Tywin shorter by the height of his head. Now, Tywin decides to play the game of thrones to extend his power and influence in the Pantheon.
  • Tywin is a very hard man to impress. But he is very impressed with his avatar in reenacting his exploits on the screen.
  • "A Lannister always pays his debts." That phrase alone is an invite for those who do good in his eyes, and a warning not to screw with the Lion. And as Tywin found out via crossbow-bolt to the bowels, it goes both ways, Tyrion cashed in the debt that Daddy owed him for years of emotional abuse. And let's not forget what Tywin had done to his first wife...
    • Speaking of Tyrion, he wasn't very happy when Daenerys had brought The Imp along as one of her Heralds. Now, Tyrion is deified alongside his elder brother, which really pisses him off.
  • Speaking of Tyrion, he once got into a staring match with Raoh when the King of Fists mocked him as to how he was slain. "The Imp proved one thing. You really can't shit gold." Tywin lost.
  • His theme song, The Rains of Castamere, is a a reminder of what will happen if anyone crosses him, as it tells the story of House Reyne of Castamere, who rebelled against his father. Tywin crushed the rebellion...with extreme prejudice. He enjoys hearing the song. His enemies...well, not so much. Just don't play it at weddings, as violence tends to ensue. The Pantheon, however, is not intimidated by the tune, much to Tywin's dismay.
  • According to ''Forbes'' magazine, he is worth $2.1 billion. Not too shabby, but he's not the richest man in the Pantheon. But he's working at it.
  • As he was the one who gave the order to butcher the Targaryen royal family and masterminded the Red Wedding, he is not very well-liked by the deities who are parents themselves. Add the fact that Talisa Stark's death was particularly gruesome (as she was pregnant), and he is No.1 on their shit list.
  • When asked by Nobunaga Oda to why he ordered the Red Wedding, Tywin responded with the following: "Explain to me why it is more noble to kill 10,000 men in battle than a dozen at dinner." Nobunaga replied by saying, "If you kill a dozen men at dinner, then you are a murderer. If you kill 10,000 men on the battlefield, then you are a conqueror." The two men became friends after the fact.
  • Tywin is absolutely irate at Littlefinger for kicking off the catastrophic war by leading Catelyn Stark to Tyrion, which would ultimately lead to his demise at the hands of said son. Littlefinger was also responsible for revealing to the Pantheon his role in the Red Wedding.
  • While Doctor Doom disagrees with Tywin's methods in dealing with the former royal family and of how he crippled the Starks, he does respect Tywin for not only bringing his famiky back from the brink, but also making the Lannisters the power behind the Iron Throne in the Seven Kingdoms. But he did tell Tywin that he should have done better with his children. Tywin's response? "I know."
  • Visits the House of Commerce with the intention of expanding his influence there. Of course, Littlefinger makes himself scarce whenever Tywin is in the area. He is smart enough to give Smaug a wide berth, as there are rumors going around that he is in cahoots with Daenerys Targaryen.
    • Unfortunately for him, those rumors turned out to be very true, as not only did the daughter of the Mad King have ascended, but she has become allies with Smaug.
  • Upon hearing of Jamie's ascension to the Pantheon, he summoned his son for a meeting. Jamie refused. When Tywin himself demanded that Jamie returns to his side, Jamie had calmly replied, "A son with no family and no hand needs all the help he can get," throwing his words back into his face.
  • Has a surprisingly cordial and mutually respectful relationship with Lord Vetinari, which is only enhanced by the two sharing Charles Dance as an avatar. However, the two are fully cognizant that they are likely to be enemies, and will have no qualms about opposing each other under those circumstances.
  • Tywin has disowned not only his sons, but Cersei as well, due to her using part of Aerys the Mad's wildfire stash to blow up the Great Sept. What really pisses him off is that Kevan Lannister and his son Lancel we're among the casualties, thus making Cersei not only a Kingslayer (for having Robert Baratheon killed), but also a Queenslayer (due to Margaery Tyrell being one of the casualties) and a kinslayer.
  • Like many members of the Pantheon, he grew worried on hearing Stannis had ascended.


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