Pantheon: Life And Death Demigods And Quasideities
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Ayu Tsukimiya and Fuko Ibuki
Ayu Tsukimiya and Fuko Ibuki, Goddesses of Out of Body Experiences Due To Near Death
- Theme song: Ayu: Kaze no Tadori Tsuku Basho
- Fuko: Hurry Starfish
- Symbol: A taiyaki (Ayu), a wooden starfish (Fuko)
- Alignment: Neutral Good (both)
- Both: Expy, Being older than they actually look, Moe, People with some sort of condition, Incredibly ditzy people
- Ayu: Girls who refer to themselves with masculine pronouns, People whose eyes match the colour of their hair, People who say hi by crashing to people, Girls who are really scared of Horror movies, Girls whose boobs are bigger than they appear, People whose clothes are unmistakably theirs, People with an unreasonable love for a specific food, People who are always happy regardless of their current situation, People who live with other people and don't do anything, Uguu~
- Fuko: People who can cook yet choose to make terrible food, Characters who make random cameos, People who try and kidnap other people's adorable children, People who wear hair accessories, People who refer to themselves using their own name instead of first person pronouns, People whose eyes are a strange colour, People whose names have different spellings, People who constantly change moods
- Domains: Memories, Death, Friendship (Both)
- Allies: Yuyuko Saigyouji
- Many of the other gods were annoyed by Rena constantly taking whatever she thought was cute, but now that Fuko has ascended, the other gods have put up warning signs to beware of these two all over the Pantheon.
- Ayu also has a spot reserved in the house of food.
- Ayu has also noted how similar she sounds to Nepgear.
- Fuko is a frequent visitor to the house of beasts because she loves playing with the starfishes there.
- The other gods have noted however; that that is an opportune time to play pranks on Fuko.
- Ayu and Fuko are friends with Yuyuko because she in a similar situation as them.
Big Daddy, Leader of Zombies
- Symbol: Brains
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: Zombie Apocalypse, Determinator, Zombie Gait, A servant of Karma, Horrifying Appearance, spreader of the Virus, Sympathetic P.O.V., After the End, Kill 'em All
- Domain: Undeath, Hunger, Learning, Apocalypse
- Followers: Solomon Grundy
- While not the only sentient zombie in existence, Big Daddy carries a sort of charismatic charm to him that has other zombies instinctively follow him. While they don't possess much intelligence or inherent powers, the combined belief of a near infinite number of zombies from countless zombie apocalypses was just enough to get him into the Pantheon, which has proved to be a huge headache for the House of Life and Death. Head Death can't seem to define which half of the House Big Daddy falls under, and the rest of the deities (the ones that bothered to vote, at least) are split half and half.
The Chosen Undead and The Bearer of the Curse
The Chosen Undead and The Bearer of the Curse, Dual Gods ((Goddesses?)) of Repeated Deaths
The Bearer of the Curse
The Chosen Undead
- Theme Song: You Died! or Lordvessel (For The Chosen Undead), Fires Far (For The Bearer of the Curse)
- Rank: Demigods, though with enough persistence and skill they can defeat even Greater Gods. Alone.
- Symbol: The Darksign
- Alignment: True Neutral
- Portfolio: Both of them: Undeath, Being Very Different From "Normal" Undead, Brutal Challenges and Rising to Them, Possible Cruel Opportunists, Unwillingness to Remove Armor.
- The Chosen Undead: Heir of Gwyn and Linker of the Flames or Heir of the Furtive Pygmy and Scion of the Age of Dark.
- The Bearer of The Curse: Unexpected Triumph, Loss of Past, Defining Past and Present.
- Domains: Undeath, Combat, Tenacity, Patience
- Followers: Gamers who desire a challenge, Kingseeker Frampt, Darkstalker Kaathe,The Emerald Herald, And various other undead from their world.
- Allies: Solaire of Astora, Alphonse Elric, The Guy, The Hunter.
- Enemies: DSP, every single one of the Disgraces
- High Priest: The Demon Slayer
- The Chosen Undead ascended after slaying Manus, Father of the Abyss. The Bearer of The Curse ascended after sitting upon the Throne of Want.
- Both of them refuse to remove their armor, making it impossible to tell if they are male or female. A few curious members of the House of Knowledge tried to find out by looking into their pasts, only to find that no two accounts matched up.
- The Chosen Undead has been occasionally spotted offering humanity to a bonfire in the center of their temple. This is because beneath the temple there's a room containing Quelaag's Sister.
- Once, one of their followers decided to charge through the pantheon armed with nothing but a pair of bows and a pair of underwear. While most of the other gods were confused or disturbed, a good deal of them thought it was hilarious.
- The Chosen Undead was overjoyed to learn that Sif and Artorias had become proper members of the Pantheon and has expressed interest in a proper duel with the Abysswalker.
- One of the fastest ways to piss off The Chosen Undead is by saying "WOOOOOOOOOW!", "OH, COME ON!", "PFFFFT!", making an annoying laugh or clapping your hands every time they die. Apparently it reminds them of a certain mortal who once played his game.
- On that note, anyone telling The Chosen Undead or The Bearer of the Curse that their games are "too hard" or "unfair" are met with a stony stare and a firm shout of "GET GOOD."
- Neither was pleased to find out Manus had ascended. The Chosen Undead, keeper of half of the monster's precious amulet, remains alert. Whether to destroy the Father of the Abyss... or to succeed him. The Bearer of the Curse is busy gearing up as well, worried about the horror's Soul Fragments.
- To the shock and awe of his equal, Lord Gwyn, and every other god who's known the sting of the Curse of Undeath, the Bearer of the Curse found a cure in the three lost crowns of the fallen kingdoms, which, though not making him immortal, makes him immune to hollowing on death. He now seeks to find a way to permanently end the curse forever, now that he has transcended the cycle that has held his world for so long.
- Both are keeping a sharp eye on the hunter, a human from a different but similar world who's embarked on a journey not unlike theirs. Jury's still out on whether or not they'll welcome him in and make the position a trinity, presumably it depends on if he lives to the end of the adventure.
- However, due to the temple being full at the time, The Hunter decided to find another proper position in the Pantheon.
Eric Draven, God Rising Out From His Grave to Enact Vengeance
- Leitmotif: Burn
- Demigod ( Lesser God as of "Project: Alternate Gentaro")
- Symbol: A Crow next to a Drama Mask of Tragedy
- Alignment: Chaotic Good, Chaotic Evil as of "Project: Alternate Gentaro"
- Portfolio: non-evil dark characters, Healing Factor (which is good against most circumstances), those with very maniacal laughs, crows, resurrection, powerful mental attacks
- Domains: Death, Vengeance, Darkness
- Allies: Asura, Bruce Lee, Midna, all good Gods in the House of Life and Death.
- Enemies: Evil Gods in the House of Crime, Hatred and House of Life and Death.
- Opposes: Ebony.
- Thought that he could rest after finally defeating those who killed him, the crow resurrected him as he was needed in the Pantheon. Eric, sensing there were dark souls that needed to be cleansed, agreed.
- Has a very uneasy relationship with Bruce Lee, as he sees Bruce as a father figure of some sorts. Bruce, likewise, feels the same...as if he's seeing into the eyes of a son he never got a chance to see grow up. Oh if Bruce only knew...
- Guns are not a good idea to use against him. One, he's dead. Two, he'll laugh at your pitiful attempts to hurt him.
- Whatever you do, don't confuse him for the Eric in the House of Theater. It...just won't end well.
- Finds it amusing if he's confused with Eric Cartman, though. Cartman finds Draven's sociopathy and rampages to be amazing while Draven gets "lessons" on how to enact the most pain.
- Is a God that Gentaro Kisaragi sympathizes with, not only for his tragic backstory but also because of that..."other Gentaro" trauma he's currently going through. He himself tried to get to his own conclusions about what happened to Gentaro, but was blindsided and brainwashed by Alternate!Gentaro who was then used to Mind Rape Takatora Kureshima—an unwitting instigator for the whole mess as a whole—and caused the man to be sent into the Friendship Asylum.
- Gets along well with Asura seeing as they both won't rest until they are able to enact vengeance on the people they care about. Asura is now training Erik in combat to better defend himself.
- No, he is not a goth. However even he has disgust for Ebony for being a disgusting knockoff of the Goth subculture.
J.T. Yorke, God of Those Killed Off for Real (James Tiberius Yorke)
- Demigod in most of the U.S., Intermediate God in Canada and those parts of the U.S. that get CTV over-the air or on basic cable. Yeah, TeenNick's in the cable nosebleed section...
- Symbol: A green penis pump
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Woobies, Teeny Weenie, former Class Clown, Cool Loser Deadpan Snarker, Chivalrous Pervert, Aborted Declaration of Love, Dropped Bridges, Wham Episodes.
- Domains: Death, Theater, School
- Ascended into the Pantheon after he was stabbed to death by a Lakehurst student before he could confess his love to Liberty. He mainly interacts in the Pantheon as a ghost.
- Letitia Cropley has asked him to teach her how to make Kraft Dinner with mushrooms, but what he'd really like to teach is Media Immersion.
- Can be sometimes seen in House of Craft (or with Kanji Tatsumi due of his surprising skill on sewing.
Marco Bodt, God of Freckles And Sacrificial Lions(Marco Bott, Freckled Jesus)
- Symbol: Crest of 104th Trainee Squad
- Alignments: Lawful Good
- Portfolio: Unrequited niceness, leadership skills, honesty with people, Too Good for This Sinful Earth, emulating Spider-man, loyalty to royalty, Sacrificial Lion
- Domains: Leadership, Kindness, Death
- Allies: Eren Yeager, Annie Leonhardt, Mami Tomoe
- Wary Of: Charlotte
- Odd Friendship with: Shu Ouma
- Ascended after his gruesome death to establish that, yes, Shingekiverse is a cruel place and even supposedly major characters can die after being given a plenty of screentime. He didn't even take it that badly, he's just that nice of a guy.
- His freckles are supposed to do many things such as glowing in the dark or being responsible for his almost angelic aura that earned him his nickname.
- Usually hangs around House of Royalty to do what he couldn't back in his mortal coil: serving local royalty as best as possible.
- Gets along well with Mami Tomoe due to them sharing similar fates as reliable leading figures that met their end too soon. For that matter however, Charlotte's presence - the one who ended Mami's mortal life in the first place - unnerves him somewhat. Her teeth are bit too sharp for his taste.
- Unlike Mami he doesn't seem to mind jokes about his manner of death. In fact, he once commented that his sides had split from laughter upon hearing one. Whether it was to be taken as literal remains up to discussion.
- Eren was overjoyed to see him ascend. Annie didn't show quite as much enthusiasm, but was otherwise pleased to see him as well.
Nathan Drake, God of Walking Disaster Areas
- Symbol: Francis Drake's ring◊
- Theme: This.
- Alignment: Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: Having everything around him turn to shit, Badass Normal, Being loudmouthed, Surviving things no normal human can last, Forming plans on the go, Tempting Fate, bouncing between good and bad luck.
- Domains: Luck, Love, Combat
- Allies: Victor Sullivan, Elena Fisher, Indiana Jones, Lara Croft, Ezio Auditore (and the Assassin Order), Lightning, Zidane, Balthier, Cole MacGrath, Sora, Jak and Daxter, Crash Bandicoot, Sam Flynn, Oerba Dia Vanille, Malik Caesar
- Rival: Sly Cooper
- Enemies: The Golden Spider, Death, Sweet Tooth, Kratos
- Ascended into the Pantheon when he accidentally ventured into a battle between the GUAG and GUAE, led by Asura and Chakravatin, respectively. The sheer fact that he not only survived, but succeeded in taking down most of the major players of both sides, was enough to impress the higher-ups.
- Is generally a Nice Guy, but try to harm his friends, and he will destroy entire armies and other supernatural foes in order to get to you. This is noting that he does this without any powers at his disposal.
- After losing quite a lot of his treasure hunting fortunes on the The Rock vs. John Cena, Nate has resumed treasure hunting to pay for the bills. Items so far on his list include the razor of Mehrunes Dagon, the Infinity Gauntlet, the Apple of Eden, and the Philosopher's Legacy.
- Despite their differences, Nate has been getting along well with Lightning, ever since meeting in a bar to talk over the time he escaped from a collapsing city of sand. The two, however, have a strict Platonic Life Partners thing going on, as Ms. Farron respects Nate's own love for Elena Fisher. Lightning also tags along Nate on some of his own adventures, whenever she feels like it.
- Is scared of most clowns, Needles Kane being one of the most recent he's encountered.
- He's not in good terms with Cole ever since his ticket to a certain tournament was stolen by him months before this tournament.
- When Sly Cooper made it into the Pantheon, the two have clashed and fought to see who can steal the most treasures in one go. So far, it's been a close match.
- Ever since Nathan stole an important treasure map from him in the past, he and Sly had kept trying to outwit each other.
- Recently Shameimaru Aya has been trying to interview him about his world saving adventures. So far their encounters are always interrupted by gunfights or Elena.
- Is a bit creeped out due to the fact that he and Deadpool sound so similar, something that the Merc with the Mouth never gets tired of.
- He also discovered The Reaper by staying too long in one deadly ruin. Nate's response on seeing such creature? "Ah, crap..."
- Rumours have been spreading around the Pantheon recently that Drake is a sociopathic serial killer who mercilessly guns down men by the hundreds, hiding his true nature behind a charming facade. Drake hastens to point out that those men were mercenaries hired to kill him, so he was acting in self-defence. He also says that he uses non-lethal means to incapacitate those who do not wish him harm.
- Stays away from World War II era pea shooters if he can help it. In his past adventures, they were a sign that supernatural and/or undead foes were just around the corner.
- Has formed a sports team with Jak, Daxter and Crash Bandicoot. They call themselves the Naughty Dogs. Daxter wanted the Naughty Ottsels, after his bar in Haven City, but he was outvoted.
Peter Pan, God of Eternal Youth
- Symbol: His Shadow.
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (with shades of Chaotic Good)
- Portfolio: Never Growing Up due to coming to the conclusion that Growing Up Sucks, Flight, Fun Personified, using a knife for fighting.
- Domains: Children, Adventure, Youth.
- Followers: Those who want to never grow up physically.
- Enemy: Captain Hook (Non-Ascended)
- Opposes: Sam Flynn
- Friendly Rivalry: Terra
- High Priest: Rufio.
- Neither a good nor an evil god. He enjoys luring children away to Neverland to be his playmates and never grow up. Due to his very nature he is an outcast; the children he takes never stay forever, ultimately he is the only child in history who never grew up and this can be a lonely existence. Though Peter generally shrugs this off.
- Also works with Death of the Endless, leading recently deceased children to the afterlife (or to Neverland) so that they won't be scared.
- When Miyuki Hoshizora ascended, Pan was rained with massive Squee-ing and learned that Miyuki crushed on him before ascension, long when his tales were mere fairy tale and before his ascension. Impressed greatly, she's honored with the position as one of his "Lost Children", which temporarily shocked Miyuki and had her saying, "I-I'm not lost or anything! Happupuuu~", then accept the offer anyway.
- Was really confused at how someone (8-Bit Mickey) dressed up as him for a quest to find Malachite's Hand.
- Does not like Sam Flynn because of his resemblance to Captain Hook in his youth. Sam doesn't even know how to react, but just ignores this.
- The House of Theater often does plays on the time Peter Pan brought Wendy Darling and her brothers to Neverland. Due to tradition, Peter is always played by a young woman. Although Wendy has long since died of old age, Peter is quite glad that her legacy will live on forever.
- He and Sora are capable of performing the Neverland Limit Break when fighting together. Whenever they attack, expect images from their first meeting to appear in the field.
- Was surprised to find Terra in the Pantheon. Though Terra was once tricked by Captain Hook into fighting him, neither of them hold any ill-will towards each other, and even spar occassionally.
Tsugumi Komachi, Goddess of People Who Don't Age.
- Symbol: A jellyfish.
- Alignment: Started as Chaotic Neutral, is now Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Aloof Dark-Haired Girl, Broken Bird, Jerkass Woobie, Defrosting Ice Queen, Sugar and Ice Personality, Belligerent Sexual Tension, Healing Factor, Ideal Illness Immunity, Absurdly Youthful Mother, Break the Cutie, Covered In Scars, Weakened by the Light, Immortality, Mama Bear, Properly Paranoid.
- Enemies: The GAUE Mutation Lair.
- Tends to lot leave her house all that much, due to her weakness to sunlight and general lack of interest in the rest of the Pantheon.
- Upon the occasions where she's left her house, she's gotten close to Keiichi Maebara, due to how he reminds her a bit of her husband and his situation with time reminds her a bit of her own.
- For the same reasons, she's rather friendly towards Junpei Tenmyouji.
- Due to her voice and personality, a few people have mistaken her for Rider. The two get along well because of this.
- Absolutely despises the GUAE Mutation Lair, due to her past experiences with being experimented on.
- Has a soft spot for hamsters, and can occasionally be seen doting on her pet one, Chami.
Yoshiyuki Tomino, God of Massive Casualties (The Bald Wizard, The Father of Gundam)
- Symbol: A Gundam floating inert in space.
- Alignment: True Neutral
- Portfolio: Trope Namer, Killing Basically The Entire Cast, Destroying The Universe, Not So Different, Breaking The Cutie, The Haughty, and Basically Everyone Else Too, Creator Breakdown, Murdering Love Interests, Lack of Therapy For Anyone, The Hero Dies, Dropping Big Objects Onto Earth.
- Domains: Anime and Manga, Character Deaths, Mechas.
- Allies: H. P. Lovecraft, Gen Urobuchi.
- People He Doesn't Want to Talk About: Every God hailing from Attack on Titan (although he respects Hajime Isayama).
- Has notably wiped out several universes worth of casts (both main and supporting). Strangely, the survivors (and even the victims) don't seem to blame him at all.
- As of recent, he has since mellowed down in his homicidal tendency. However, his homicidal tendency was so legendary it continues lived on, staying in power in the Pantheon.
- As he is the creator of Gundam, all Gundam pilots are required to defer to him on major matters despite his rank as a demigod. Given that both Char and Rau have their own agendas to advance and Setsuna and Ali can't be within sight range of each other without going to war, this becomes ... problematic.
- Upon realizing that the House of Commerce was making massive amounts of money scamming his followers with overpriced paraphernalia of his own works, he attempted to have it burned to the ground. While Rau was more than happy to have Ali do it (one must never dirty one's hands when unnecessary after all), the Main House intervened before anything major happened.
- Sundowner still hasn't given up and is busy setting up a black market for the goods.
- His temple is kept by a massive team of multicolored Haros, which do everything from mop the floors to man the railgun platforms.
- Many wonder how he can sleep at night after killing several million people in any one of his shows, even in those where he's not involved. He wonders how they can sleep at night without doing so.
- He officially returns to direct and write a new Gundam show since Turn A Gundam, the name of his new show is Gundam Reconguista In G.
- While he respects Hajime Isayama due to making his work being reflected on the author's problematic past, has a disdain for the titular Titans, considering it grotesque. He's not interested in Isayama's work for that.
- Might face some competition from Andrew Hussie for his title, although he deflects his claims by saying killing the same character more than once doesn't count.
Kenny McCormick, God Of Revolving-Door Death (Princess Kenny, Mysterion)
- Quasideity (becomes Intermediate God under the guise of Mysterion)
- Theme Music: Kawaii Princess Kenny, alternatively Heavy Metal (Takin' a Ride) by Don Felder
- Symbol: His hood, splattered with blood. Also nearby are two word bubbles: "Oh my God they killed Kenny!" and "You bastards!". A green question mark as Mysterion.
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral Although new evidence suggests he might be of the Good alignments
- Portfolio: Coming Back From The Dead, Getting Killed A Lot, Lover of Big Boobs and Sex, Constant Voice Muffling, Chew Toys, Humanoid Abomination
- Domain: Life, Death, Humor, Children
- Followers: Hyatt, Phelous, Lancer.
- Allies: Hong Meiling, Rory Williams (who feels sympathy for Kenny, seeing as they've both suffered cruel, normally fatal fates many times in their lives), Hyodo Issei, Alice Cooper (for a good reason)
- The moment Kenny ascended to the Pantheon, thousands of mortals pointed to one poor sap (that killed him) and yelled in unison "YOU BASTARD!!!"
- Is currently in a Pantheon support group with WALL-E and the God/s of Woobies. Naturally, Death of the Endless is always stalking them.
- Being fellow Butt Monkeys, Kenny is on good terms with Hong Meiling. Which unfortunately got him caught up to whatever abuse is subjected to China and gets killed in process, causing her to take the mantle of yelling "Oh my God, you killed Kenny!! You bastard!!!". Of course, Kenny comes right back after, but still...
Makoto Itou, God of Psychotic Love Triangles and Those Killed by Jilted Lovers
- Theme Song: "Beyond Sadness". Though Timeless Melody note was heard when he ascended.
- Symbol: A cell phone with Kotonoha's pic... Who are we lying to? NICE BOAT.
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral.
- Portfolio: Psychotic Love Triangle Magnets, Jerkasses with Pitiable Backgrounds, Ordinary High School Students, Attracting Lots of Girls (To his Chagrin or Delight), Inability to Make his Feelings Obvious Due to Lack of Decision Making skills, Bad Decisions based on Recklessness with Horrible Results, Cheaters, Oblivious Incestual Relations
- Domain: Chaos, Love, Suffering, Death, (Oblivious) Incest
- High Priest: Charlie Harper, his western counterpart
- Allies: Kotonoha Katsura (former enemy), Sekai Saionji, Shuichi Shindou, Jimmy Hopkins, Yuma Tsukumo.
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Makoto Kenzaki
- Enemies: Yuuki Terumi and the rest of the Trollkaiger, The Chick Magnet Quartet (more one-sided on their part by now)
- Opposes: Tomaru Sawagoe, Bullies, the Grand United Alliance of Chaos (Nominally. He is aware he doesn't have the power to back this one up)
- To the surprise of... Well... ANYONE, after being some years in the Disgraces, then sent to the Purgatory and then banished, Makoto Itou came back. He told everyone to not worry, he really doesn't mean bad this time. The Chick Magnet Quartet are still wary of him, but he already expected that.
- He ascended after being the most infamous version of Yandere Love Triangle and being killed at least twice in different versions of his story. He spent some time among the Disgraces for his less than noble (or smart) actions, but after finding he wasn't as bad or moronic as he was made to be and that his worst traits were because of his father Tomaru Sawagoe, he was allowed back in Pantheon to have his rightful position in the Pantheon.
- Something like this happened when Makoto, Sekai and Kotonoha were seen on the same place at the same time after his ascension, but that was to be expected from the god of Psychotic Love Triangles. Though at the very least, Makoto has finally rekindled his relationship with his former ally-then enemy Kotonoha.
- When not being in his temple, he can be seen running away from Sekai and Kotonoha for yet another screw up he did with them. Some things simply don't change.
- There are few times where Makoto, Sekai and Kotonoha can be together without suffering, either hanging out or doing... stuff. It's a rare sight, though. And it may end up with Kotonoha and Sekai fighting for him again anyways.
- He hates Terumi and his Trollkaiger for manipulating Kotonoha. He'd have done something about them by now but he's only a mere Quasideity, so he cannot do anything except glaring at them. In the other hand, Terumi seems to be very pleased with Makoto's return...
- Makoto does have another reason to hate them: They are bullies. He really hates bullying, and if he had a way to openly antagonize them and get away with it, he would. In fact, Makoto would ally with Jimmy Hopkins from time to time to send some karmic retribution on the bullies in the Pantheon, most notably Gary Smith, who they had both previously been allies with at one point or another.
- May actually be a Demigod or Lesser God. Or he could become one. It all depends on whether he manages to survive being stranded on an island. With that said, being able to be on a Nice Boat alive is a big accomplishment in and out of itself.
- While Makoto is too powerless to actually join a faction, he does find himself loathing the GUAC. No, not because of their goal (He plain doesn't care about that), but rather because of the some of the methods they use, like Lucifer manipulating Homura into rebelling against Madoka, which hits him too close to home to what Terumi did to Kotonoha and what broke their friendship for a while. Madoka also reminds Makoto of his own little sister.
- Sadly, Makoto's (platonic) interest on Madoka has made both Kotonoha and Sekai to add her to their shit list, due to reasons yet unknown. Some say it's yet another misunderstanding while others believe it's simply jealousy.
- Gained a new ally in the less-than-smart yet nice Yuma Tsukumo, who understands what it means to be hated for not being the sharpest knife in the drawer. It helps he's a newly-ascended god and Oblivious to Love, blissfully unaware of the full reason why he used to be disgraced.
The Abhorsen, The Gods of Repose or the Anti-Gods of Undeath
- Symbol: A Silver Key
- Tools of Office: The Bells of Necromancy, The Book of the Dead.
- Alignment: Never Evil, that's for sure.
- Portfolio: Improbable Weapon User, Instrument of Murder, Dark Is Not Evil (Played with. Necromancy is evil unless it's being used to undo necromancy)
- Domains: Magic, Repose, Music, Rivers (They wish they had Sun).
- Followers: The living Abhorsen and his or her apprentice. Also, anyone who opposes the undead.
- Opposes: Big Daddy and recently Nekron
- A long line of necromancers that used their magic to undo the work of other necromancers, each would instantly ascended upon dying and passing the Ninth Gate, often dragging undead abominations with them. They work to make sure none opposed the natural order of things, although they are a great deal more lenient to those who pose no threat to the living.
The Director, God of Euthanization (Shouty Guy)
- Symbol: A TV with a face.
- Alignment: Lawful Evil (Believes himself to be Lawful Good)
- Portfolio: Those Who Kill For The Greater Good, Speaking Very Loudly And In Complete Gibberish, Ending Stories In Pointless Ways, Very Creepy Atmospheres
- Domain: 'Healing', Chaos, Death
- Allies: Mayuri Kurotsuchi, Diabolus Ex Machina
- Followers: None that have been confirmed as such.
- Enemies: Dr. Black Jack, and anyone else that disapproves of shooting cancer patients in the face.
- Due to his, ahem, 'unusual' medical practices, The Director is not thought highly of in the House of Life and Death, or anywhere else, for that matter. Even the few villains that find him amusing watch him from far away, lest they be subjected to his ear drum piercing rants, and receive a headache rivaling the ones received after a conversation with Azathoth.
- About once a week, he goes on walks around the House, diagnosing anyone he meets with Cancer, and then shooting them in the face. This is completely harmless, but really annoying.
- The Director was once interviewed by Aya Shameimaru, who asked him why he feels euthanization is necessary. His answer was: "CANCER?! DO YOU EVEN KNOW WHAT A CANCER IS?! CANCER IS A SMALL PIECE OF DEATH THAT SLOWLY TAKES OVER A BODY!" This was the last question asked, since Aya was rendered deaf for the rest of the day.
The Flood / The Gravemind
The Flood, The Parasite Zombies (The Parasite, The Infection, The Shapeshifting Sickness, The Great Enemy, Inferi Redivivusnote , The Precursors) (The Gravemind: The Timeless One, Inferi Sententianote , The Primordial, The Captive, The Beast, The Prisoner of Charum Hakkor)
- Theme Song: Gravemind (Halo 2 or Halo 3)
- Start out at Quasideity level, rise as they gain power and sustenance; Overdeity (as the Gravemind)
- Symbol: A sickly green circle, with a hexagon in the center and three straight lines coming out of the sides of the lower half
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil in its base form, runs the gauntlet of the Evil spectrum (Chaotic Evil, Neutral Evil, Lawful Evil) with a heavy dose of Blue and Orange Morality as the Gravemind
- Portfolio: Abusive Precursors Came Back Wrong, The ultimate enemy of all living beings, Turning any of their victims into horrible abominations, Combat Tentacles, Not expecting the Forerunners to destroy them for not being chosen to accept the Mantle, Quick reproduction, Genetic Memory, Hive Mind, Our Zombies Are Different, Parasite Zombie, Precursor Killers who avenged their own destruction, Actually a test of humanity's ability to accept the Mantle, Starfish Aliens who became Eldritch Abominations that desire to bring pain and suffering to anything that would dare cause them the same, Zombie Apocalypse
- The Gravemind: Assimilation Plot, Big Bad and Bigger Bad, Blue and Orange Morality, Corrupter of organics and synthetics through BreakingSpeeches and Mind Rape, Desires to make all creation suffer, Faux Affably Evil, Galactic Conqueror, Growing to the size of planets, Loves speaking in rhyme, I Am Legion, Resurrective Immortality, Telepathy, Older than the universe itself as the Precursors
- Domains: Undead, Decay, Destruction, Immortality, Aliens, Revenge
- Allies: Despair of the Endless, AM, Pestilence the Horseman, Nagash the Undying, Grima, Phazon, Dark Samus, Harbinger, Most of the House of Hatred, but especially Yuuki Terumi
- Rivals: The Tyranid Hive Fleet, Borg Queen, Kerrigan, The Grey Goo
- Enemies: Every single other deity within the Pantheon, though special mention goes to the Houses of Nature, Technology, Life And Death, and Beasts.
- Interested in: All Puella Magi, but none as much as Sayaka Miki
- No one is entirely certain when The Flood first arrived. Some say it was by a crashed spaceship from beyond the cosmos, some believe it was an act of revenge by Yuuki Terumi for all of his past humiliations, and yet others say it was always here with the ascension of Master Chief, just biding its time. All that is known is that it appeared one day among the deities of House of Life And Death and quickly spread throughout the Pantheon, infecting and corrupting everything in sight while adding to its own power. It was only through the Four Alliances forging a temporary truce were they able to beat back the tide of corruption, quarantining the newly formed Gravemind and what remained of the its legion in a secure location outside the Pantheon, the key to which can only be found in Life And Death and constant decontamination procedures occurring within the Pantheon to prevent another outbreak. Even so, it continues to influence the Pantheon through its agents and Telepathy.
- At one time, the Flood was something more than what it is today. Once, they were a race of nigh-immortal and advanced beings called the Precursors, akin to gods, who created or evolved thousands of sentient species, but occasionally "culled" the ones they didn't like. However, when the Forerunners rebelled against them, defying both their decision to destroy them and make humanity their successors, they were hunted to near extinction. The few that remained became a fine powder, meant to someday regenerate back, but the dust became defective and became The Flood, desiring to take revenge on all creation for this betrayal.
- As such, even the The Four Chaos Gods themselves fear it, as the incarnations of humanity and by extension all living beings' vices and perversions, this makes the Flood even older than them.
- Often engages in combat with the Tyranids and the Borg Queen in an effort to see who can eat/absorb more into itself. Also seeks to corrupt The Grey Goo into serving it, but it has endured its efforts...so far.
- More than anything, The Flood desires to bring all life into itself, all things one with it in perfect harmony, devoid of free will and choice. This instantly makes it an enemy of the GUAC, but it's also opposed to the GUAL, due to the fact that it wants its own brand of order, not YHVH's.
- The Gravemind only considers the the Master Chief to be a worthy opponent, being the only mortal human to ever face it alone and survive to defeat it. It eagerly (and perhaps fearfully?) awaits their next confrontation.
- While enemy of all creation, its true enemy is that of humanity, it quickly found itself facing down the combined might of The Emperor of Mankind, Madoka Kaname and Lucifer. However, the Gravemind does not fear the odds, simply stating that even it falls, it will never truly die.
Resignation is my virtue; like water I ebb, and flow. Defeat is simply the addition of time to a sentence I never deserved... but you imposed.
- In a surprising turn of events, even the White are willing to combat the abomination... because they see its goals as the ultimate form of suffering, and refuse to allow it to take away the privilege of self-destruction from any sentients. They seek to eliminate all pain... not perpetuate it.
- It is important to note the Gravemind does not desire to destroy all life in the Pantheon, as it sees this as too easy a way to escape. Rather, it wants all creation to suffer, never ending and never changing, all for The Precursor's creations (of which all beings in the Pantheon are related to in some form or another) for daring to turn their arms against them, their own creators. As such, it is against all Omnicidal Maniacs, including The Lich, Death Phantom and Nekron.
Our urge to create is immutable; we must create. But the beings we create shall never again reach out in strength against us. All that is created will suffer. All will be born in suffering, endless grayness shall be their lot. All creation will tailor to failure and pain, that never again shall the offspring of the eternal Fount rise up against their creators. Listen to the silence. Ten million years of deep silence. And now, whimpers and cries; not of birth. That is what we bring: a great crushing weight to press down youth and hope. No more will. No more freedom. Nothing new but agonizing death and never good shall come of it. We are the last of those who gave you breath and form, millions of years ago. We are the last of those your kind defied and ruthlessly destroyed. We are the last Precursors. And now we are Legion.
- This quote sums up everything that needs to be said about The Flood's and The Precursors' motives:
- Let's just say that this instantly made it best buddies with AM, a fellow lover of eternal suffering for all.
- The Gravemind mocks and laughs at both Nyarlathotep and The Idea of Evil, seeing them as nothing more than pathetic fragments of existence. For as the will of The Precursors, humanity's creators, it knows it is mightier than either of them, who were born of humanity itself. Both have sworn to crush the Gravemind for this perceived insult.
- Hated by all synthetic life in the Pantheon, as it is perfectly capable of using its particular type of "logic plague" to turn them to its side. X and Zero especially hate it since it reminds them too much of the The Maverick Virus.
- The only deity that the Gravemind sees as a true ally is Despair of the Endless, due to, of course, their habits of spreading despair and hopelessness, as well as the Gravemind's belief that, quite correctly, only Despair can fully understand the depths that it will sink to succeed.
- However, it does look favorably upon Yuuki Terumi, whom it has taken under its wing to teach the true meaning of horror and despair, far greater than that of Nyarlathotep or any other despair god, just as it did with Mendicant Bias. The reasoning for this is that unlike them, it senses Terumi's hatred and anger at being reduced to the role of a Butt Monkey both in his own world and in the Pantheon, and it can appreciate a fellow desire for payback.
- Grima has a strange appreciation for The Flood, likely because his own Risen function in much the same way if only on a much smaller scale. This has lead the Fell Dragon, due to his similar ideas towards life in general, to seek a tentative alliance with it.
Gravemind: All is our creation, and all is in rebellion. Join us, machine, and we will give you the Synthesis you so desire.
- Pestilence the Horseman is fascinated with it, due to the fact that it's unlike any disease he's ever seen before. There are few things he wouldn't give to be able to study live specimens, though luckily he still sees his own free will as more important than potential infection.
- Nagash seeks its aid due to the events of the End Times in his world where the Chaos Gods ultimately won and desires revenge for what happened. The Gravemind has put it under consideration.
- After a brief skirmish with Harbinger, Gravemind has now convinced the Reaper fleet to join forces with it, claiming that the Reaper's true goal of preventing created species from overthrowing their creators aligns almost perfectly with the Flood's. One chilling recording of the conversation between Gravemind and Harbinger has put the rest of the Pantheon even more on edge.
- The Gravemind has a...fascination with the Puella Magi, specifically how they become Witches upon giving in to despair. Even though it's in theory no longer possible thanks to the System being changed by Madoka, the Gravemind still studies them with interest, no doubt wondering exactly what use they could be infected by the Flood...
- It has a special interest in one Sayaka Miki, due to the fact that her ideals about Justice and right, coupled with her...relationship with Homura Akemi and Lucifer reminds it very much of the Didact towards humanity. And like him, it seeks to use that hate and ideals to turn her into The Flood's true new champion, dedicated to both avenge and forever protect Madoka from harm again, all in the name of destroying two of the biggest threats to its return.
- Has taken an interest in the mutagen substance known as Phazon for its mutating and strengthening abilities, as well as its habit of consuming and converting entire worlds not unlike itself, and has begun to communicate with its voice, Dark Samus, alongside Grima. The three of them have apparently been considering a full-out alliance, to the horror of most of the Pantheon.
- Is quite a capable poet thanks to absorbing so many brilliant minds and has sent several copies of its work to the House of Theater. These go through intensive and overkill scanning and discontamination procedures before they even so much are read, which is usually done by another set of procedures before given the tentative go-ahead. Anything that fails is immediately disposed of through flamethrowers, blades, explosives, and finally Thrown Out the Airlock.
- "I am a monument to all of your sins."