Magic and Spells
The House of Magic really isn't all that different from the Houses of Knowledge and Narrative, as both Houses often find themselves having the same motivations. As a result, it is very common to see Deities from outside Houses confusing the House of Magic for Knowledge, Narrative and vice versa. Rumors persist that the three Houses are actually connected to each other via secret passage while others go even further to claim that all three Houses are in fact housed in the same building. However, there is much debate among those who believe these theories on whether Magic, Knowledge or Narrative is dominant, culminating in numerous magical duels in the halls.
Madoka became a conceptnote (Due to being a cosmic force, Madoka's physical form is one of four that that is an avatars of herself in the abstract. One of herself as a human before her ascension, another is her as a magical girl, another her last appearance during ascension (pictured), and the last remains unseen but is said to be Kriemhild Gretchen. And note that outside of Kriemhild Gretchen, all forms are of the same personality.) to end the suffering of Magical Girls. As such, she ascended to the pantheon to administer to the system of Magical Girls from within in. Should anything befall them, Homura Akemi is her herald to act on such matters unless it is something serious.
The names Kriemhild Gretchen and Penitent Gretchen are aspects of herself as a concept. It is rumoured that Kriemhild is a harbinger ofthe endnote (Which can not/must not be allowed to materialize at any cost. The simple appearance of Kriemhild can set the Apocalypse in motion... to see it means you are about to die. The only person that has "seen" Kriemhild and lived is Homura.) and that Penitent is the bringer ofheaven. In either case, it is said that her power is so great at that point that she is said to rival Haruhi, Goddess of Tropes. Due to this, Madoka's name is spoken of in whispers by most others.
The Chaos Gods of The Warp are a little worried, as she actually succeeded in making her multi-verse less Grim Dark. Despair Demonsnote Known to some as the Wraiths aren't that far removed from Warp Daemons, if they're not the same thing.
Less so with Tzeentch. The fact that witches still exist after her wish for the erasure of all witches and her accession is testament to that.note His involvement in their transformation may also have something to do with it...
Similarly, she has earned the friendship and respect of Kenshiro's brother Toki, as she proves his belief that love and kindness can save the world, much to the incredulous disbelief of his Aloof Big Brother Raoh.
Sakura and Madoka are known to be friends, due to this Sakura doesn't wish to fight her; not to mention she finds the stories of her world(s) interesting and wants to have a daughter like Madoka.
Though initially intimidated by his reputation, Madoka became fast friends with Bills the God of Destruction, who governs destruction and rebirth in the Seventh Universe. Aside from being able to relate to each-other's common purpose of giving new life and hope by destroying decaying and decrepit concepts, Bills becomes quickly accustomed to the affectionate chin-scratches that Madoka readily gives him, like the overgrown cat that he really is.
Finding out that Tzeentch was the one who was the driving force behind the creation of witches from Magical Girls and the warping of their wishes has left an... impression on her. note Having been mending most of the damage of the old system with her own, having this happen again will force her to seek the end/rebirth of the Pantheon. NO-ONE will be safe from the effects save for other Warpers of Reality and Homura.
Kyubey would just like to say that the Incubators had nothing to do with this, they had no idea that the system his race implemented was backed up by The Warp.
When Mars Maiden of Battles spotted Miho Nishizumi on the verge of exalting, it was Madoka who spoke on her behalf. When asked later she said the girl reminded her of herself as a mortal; desperately trying to bring hope to a hopeless situation.
The House of Prophecy has foreseen a time of "great upheaval" in the future of Madoka's world. What this entails remains a mystery even to Madoka herself, beyond a recurring word: Rebellion.
The Great Upheaval has unfolded. Madoka is currently awaiting her trial and reassignment. The Sisterhood is now under the dual control of Sakura and Usagi until things settle down.
Madoka has varying opinions on his followers, however: she has nothing but respect for Raidou Kuzunoha and Flynn, for example, as the two of them are kindred spirits, and feels a deep gratitude toward Yu Narukami after he helped her friend Sayaka conquer her witch. Naoki Kashima, on the other hand, intimidates the crap out of her, and the less said about Mara the Magnificent, the better.
Satan often appears to Madoka, trying to persuade her to reclaim her power through her newly found Hatred.
"Hate can bring you back, give you strength. Embrace it!"
The White recently contacted her via dreams, casually asking her to explain the difference between the "salvation" she dispensed to Witches and their own attempts to annihilate reality, as both are in essence a liberation from the horrors of existence. She woke up in a cold sweat, trembling all over. While The White have been temporarily defeated by Flynn and a close eye is being kept on the Monochrome Forest in the event of it spreading, many fear the worst of the damage has already been done with that simple question: before the incident, Madoka pitied the White: even after the Reactor incident, she couldn't bring herself to hate them, as she knows what a terrible existence they lead. Now she's genuinely afraid of them.
Mickey Mouse has requested that she never be left unattended, or at the very least not let Vanitas anywhere near her.
Currently she is stated to be an Intermediate Goddess, but her power is known to fluctuate greatly. In the rare times when her Silver Crystal is working at full power, she may even be more powerful than Madoka....
Between herself, Sakura and Madoka, they form the Magical Girl Sisterhood and are it's founding members. They are currently gathering like minded allies in "a place among the stars".
She has a striking pair of Innocent Blue Eyes, so much so that it's said to be magical. They are not, but what they lack for in magic they make up for in seeing the truth. Anyone that seeks darkness can't help but be unnerved at her penetrating pitiful gaze.
Mami Tomoe looks up to Usagi greatly, and considers Sailor Moon her hero. Should the two be in the same room, Mami will always refer to her as sempai. Also, Mami penchant for calling out her attacks is something that she picked up from watching Usagi work.
She and Sayaka disagree over The Power of Love... Usagi believes fully that love has no limits, Sayaka would agree but is confused to why it limits her. Sayaka also resents Usagi because Usagi has something that Sayaka never could obtain.
The Warhammer Chaos Gods are actually scared of her. The fact that she managed to destroy the 4 personifications of Chaos of her universe and then defeated the very concept of it is a very worrying fact to them. Tzeentch even lost his usual smug Just as Planned attitude upon hearing news of her return.
She tends to 'spy' on Yuri Tsukikage on her 'spare/naughty' time. Usagi made up an excuse that she's thinking that Yuri could be a harbinger of the arrival of the whole Pretty Cure armada to the Pantheon, but the real reason was because she reminded her of a great friend of hers, who happens tosound the same, just far more stoic.
Lately, she has also noticed that the aforementioned friend no longer sounded like Yuri... butmore likeYayoi Kise.
Is desperately trying to maintain order in the Sisterhood with Sakura's help after the "Great Upheaval". Poor Usagi is running on coffee and willpower trying to keep together.
Recently, she received an offer of help from the seraphMetatron and his master's legions. However, considering said master'spedigree, she's doing her best to ignore the offer until the situation becomes untenable. She has asked Sakura to stop her by any means necessary if that time ever comes.
Fortunately, she has had less need for the offer after Flonne's induction into the Sisterhood. Her boss, Seraph Lamington is a known Chess Master with a reputablepedigree. Lamington made it very clear he's fighting tooth and nail to stonewall Metatron's advances, knowing full well that for all his bluster, the crazed seraph does not have the authority to wake up the really nasty archangels by himself. That being said, he's also hoping their boss didn't get the memo Metatron sent him. He does however, have three different back up plans in case the worst happens, co-developed by Cosmos, Philemon, and Batman.
Rumors have it she may get a power-up in the coming days. The word hint? Crystal.
She has sworn to never let Vanitas lay a hand on Madoka. along with everyone else, she is completely unaware that she is Vanitas's true target. The thought of what Vanitas could do with even the incompleted X-Blade, and Sailor Moon's body and power, is rather terrifying.
When asked her opinion on the matter of her avatar(s) in Tsubasa Reservoir Chronicle and their romantic choices, her response was a confused hooee?. Upon looking into the matter, she simply repeated herself, extending the statement for several minutes.
Dismayed to learn of the source of the witches, she has been helping with the rebuild project. She helps with others with therapy and cookies.
Often joins Subaru in rollerblading.
Finds Rin Tosaka's protests over the existence of Kaleido Ruby cute and adorable. She also happens to be Ruby's mentor.
Is working alongside Usagi to try to keep order in the Sisterhood after the events of the "Great Upheaval".
The Three Magicians
These are the Three Gods that are currently guarding the House of Magic.
Stephen Strange, God of Pure Sorcery, The Wizard Who Did It (Sorcerer Supreme, Doctor Strange, Master of the Mystic Arts, Dumb Magician (only Hulk can get away calling him this))
Allies: Luke Skywalker, Obi-wan Kenobi, Yoda, Captain America, Superman, Batman, Goku, Iron Man, Mr. Fantastic, Black Bolt, Namor (uneasily)
Enemies: Dormammu, The Anti-Monitor, Nyarlathotep, Perfectio
Was once a wealthy and highly prominent neurosurgeon, albeit cold and unsympathetic to his patients. When a dreadful accident damaged the nerves of his hands he searched long and hard for a cure, eventually coming to the Ancient One. When he became aware of demons, interdimensional conquerors, and unspeakable things, he learned to think of people other than himself and took up the study of the mystic arts so that he could defend the world.
Over the course of forty years developed an unparalleled mastery of magic. Knew something of the Pantheon and the gods therein long before attaining godhood himself. He is rarely seen within the Pantheon.
There's a joke going around the pantheon that he only shows up when it's important due to his high sorcery rendering most conflict pointless. Stephen admits that his constant battles with monsters keeps him very busy indeed, but he tries to show up whenever he can.
Part of the Illuminati of Marvel which includes Iron Man, Mr Fantastic, Black Panther, Black Bolt, Namor and Professor X.
He has learned The Dread Lord ascended into the Pantheon and is getting ready to send him back into The Dark Dimension.
Now that his brother's back in his human form, he'll just serve justice although he isn't very noble.
Is utterly disgusted at the depravity of Relius Clover because the latters actions are similar to Shou Tucker. Wesker's also high on his target list, considering he and Relius are allies, with the purpose of seeking perfection. Ghetsis is no different than the rest of his enemies.
This causes him to reluctantly strike an alliance of sorts with Mad Scientist Mayuri Kurosutchi, who somewhat respects his philosophy, but still doesn't think very highly of him.
Has a huge amount of contempt for Basco ta Joloka for abusing the concept of Equivalent Exchange, sacrificing and betraying humans for his own benefit.
The fact that Ragyo Kiryuin has the same voice as he does is what disturbs him deeply.
It's not a good idea to pull Grand Theft Me on him. The last time he was on the receiving end of it, he destroyed them by turning himself into a Philosopher's stone, making it backfire.
For some reason, Guile reminds him of his superior, Roy Mustang, due to having the same voice. He does learn that Guile has a friend he lost as well, reminding him of another military buddy, Maes Hughes.
Now with the return of Homunculus (Father), Ed's alchemy will be more of use than before in case of a Homonculi attack.
Is rather uneasy with Dovakhiin due to the fact that the God of Dragonslaying keeps using Soul Gems so carelessly due to how they are so similar to Philosopher Stones. He has confronted him about it, but Dovahkiin always defends his actions by claiming that they either contain the souls of bandits, wolves or giant rats. It does little to make Edward feel more comfortable about it.
Due to the many evil gods that betray their family members to achieve some depraved goal, he is willing to be a member of Jin Kazama's anti-parental abuse club. However, since none of his parents abused him in his childhood, he is not a full-time member.
Often confused with Negi Springfield, because they've scarcely been seen in the same place at the same time... until now.
Evangeline has encouraged Negi to try to defeat Harry and take over this position, but Negi doesn't really seem to care too much. Other deities have expressed interest in such a match up, if only to see Who Would Win. Harry, for one, claims that Negi would likely triumph, if only because Harry's close-combat skills are... lacking compared to Negi's melee/magic-hybridization expertise.
Dumbledore was originally considered for the position, but he turned it down to be the headmaster of the Academy. Harry sometimes serves as a student teacher there.
Is one of the main foes of the Disgraces, since a good deal of their powerful members have tried to take over, replace or otherwise oust him.
The last attempt resulted in a team up with Percy Jackson, in which they became Fire-Forged Friends. After all, who can not be friends after kicking Edward Cullen and Bella Swan's butts?
After that, the Protectors of the Plot Continuum offered him to join in their group. Harry accepts due to his experience on hunting every Sue in existence.
He has, on rare occasions when he sees Voldemort in the pantheon while he's in a good mood, teased him about how Xehanort has outdone him with his Time Travel gambit. It quickly turns awkward when neither of them say or do anything for about a whole minute, before they both agree that Xehanort's plan is way over their heads. It's one of the only things Harry will ever agree with Voldemort on.
There is a rumor that in a parallel world, Harry became an evil sorcerer whose depravity eclipsed even Voldemort's. Taking the alias Lezard Valeth, he became consumed by lust for Lenneth Vakyrie, and did unspeakable things to get to her. These rumors are thankfully unfounded.