Pantheon / Magic Casters

    open/close all folders 

Greater Gods

     Alduin 
Alduin, Nordic God of Words of Power (Destroyer Devour Master, The World-Eater, The Time-Eater, Firstborn of Akatosh, Harbinger of the Apocalypse, Bane of Kings, Satakal)
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/alduin_2808.JPG
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: A stone carving of his head, inscribed under which are runes in the Dragon Language reading, "AL DU IN".
    • Alternatively, the golden dragon priest mask Konahrik.
  • Theme Song: Watch the Skies
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Notable Dragon Shouts: Unrelenting Force, Fire Breath, Frost Breath, Resurrection Shout, Soul-Snare Mist, Dragon Storm Call
  • Portfolio: The World-Eater, Destroyer Deity, The Dreaded, Very Strange Dragons, Godly Dragons, Resurrecting Other Dragons, Devouring Souls, User of the Thu'um, Evil Overlord, The Most Powerful Dragon and Their Leader, A Malignant Aspect of Akatosh, Unable to Comprehend Mortality, Bizarre Standards of Morality, Hubris, Cowardice, Fearing the Dovahkiin, Evil Sounds Deep, Black and Evil, Sinister Spiky Scales
  • Domains: Words and Voices, Prophecy, Time, Immortality, Destruction, Dragons, Slavery
  • Followers: The Dragon Cult, The Knights Who Say "Ni!", Bel-Shamharoth
    • Former Followers: Paarthurnax (ascended), Odahviing
  • Allies: Maegor I Targaryen, Tiamat, Smaug, Dr. Weil, Darkseid, Vilgax, Teridax, Lord Voldemort, Ganondorf Dragmire, Apocalypse
  • Rivals: Grima, Ungoliant, Deathwing, Lavos, Tuska, Mordremoth, Unicron, Oryx, Zhaitan, Lord English, Hades, Nicol Bolas
  • Enemies: The Dovahkiin, Paarthurnax, Talos, Hermaeus Mora, Arokh and Rynn, Donkey, Bahamut, Caim and Angelus, Daenerys Targaryen, Spyro, Malygos, Zinnia, Acnologia, The Nameless King, Ignitus, Nico Minoru, Zatanna, Maxwell, Nozdormu, Gwyn, Aegon, Visenya and Rhaenys Targaryen, Dialga
  • Opposes: Io, Death of the Endless, Melkor
  • Opposed by: Eru Ilúvatar, Guthix, Sheev Palpatine
  • Feared by: The Adoring Fan
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Nekron
  • Herald: Nahkriin (formerly Miraak)
  • While the dragons of Tamriel in general are widely feared, none inspire more terror than their leader Alduin, the World-Eater. Present in the Nordic pantheon as the God of Destruction, Alduin built the dragons’ civilisation and is prophesied to reawaken after a long absence with an intent to destroy all life as he had periodically done before once the following events have occurred: when misrule takes its place at the eight corners of the world; when the Brass Tower walks and Time is reshaped; when the thrice-blessed fail and the Red Tower trembles; when the Dragonborn Ruler loses his throne, and the White Tower falls; when the Snow Tower lies sundered, kingless, bleeding.
    • However, it is also said that he will be defeated by a hero known as the Last Dragonborn, a mortal with the soul of a dragon and gifted with the ability to wield the Thu'um with unusually little effort and absorb the souls of other dragons. Yet it is possible that Alduin will be allowed to return once again at the end of time, when the world is finally ready to be consumed. This is supported by the Dovahkiin being unable to absorb Alduin's soul when he finally was slain.
  • Alduin grew in arrogance due to his status as a god among dragons. Eventually, in the primeval Merethic Era, he shirked his fated role and instead cruelly enslaved the mortal races of Tamriel and Atmora, granting power to the dragon priests who ruled as kings. A rebellion soon erupted against the tyranny of the Dragon Cult, and eventually the dragons themselves. Alduin himself was overthrown when a trio of Nordic heroes subdued him with the Dragonrend shout, before casting him forward in time to the year 4E 201 using an Elder Scroll. What few of his kin remained unslain scattered and hid themselves abroad the world of Nirn.
  • The most notable distinction of the dragons of the Mundus universe from other dragons is the fundamental connection of their souls to a magical force known as the Thu'um, which causes words spoken in their language to affect the environment around them, and so a dragon that appears to be breathing fire is in reality saying "fire" in their own tongue. So integral are the Words of Power to these dragons that each of them has a name consisting of three of these words, which can be used by other wielders of the Voice to summon them. It is thus fitting that Alduin, the leader of these dragons, would become god of the Words of Power upon his ascension.
    • While each Word of Power can be learned almost instantaneously by a dragon (or a Dragonborn, provided that they absorb a dragon's soul or "absorb the knowledge" from another), a regular mortal can learn the words and put to use their effects through rigorous training and meditation. This fact allows the Thu'um to be turned against the dragons, as a group of humans invented the Dragonrend shout which forces them to experience mortality, a concept completely alien to them, and land to leave themselves vulnerable.
  • One of the main reasons why the World-Eater is so dreaded is because not only can he kill most other beings with ease, but he can consume their souls afterwards to replenish himself, thus destroying them both physically and metaphysically.
  • There is much debate about the precise connection between Alduin and Akatosh, the Dragon God of Time and chief deity of the widely revered Nine Divines. It is thought by many outsiders of Skyrim, such as scholar and High Priest Alexandre Simon that the former is an aspect of the latter, marking the Great Dragon as both the creator and destroyer of time, and Alduin himself boasts that he is the Firstborn of Akatosh. The Nords themselves, however, generally see the World-Eater as a similar but entirely separate deity, making such arguments as that it is illogical seeing as Akatosh is seen as a benevolent being while Alduin makes himself known through destruction and tyranny.
  • One legend has it that he was responsible for the corruption of a being then known as the Leaper Demon King as punishment for hiding parts of the world from him that he was "entitled" to consume. The Leaper was cast into Oblivion and could only make infrequent returns to Mundus through great effort, but would never be truly free until he found and destroyed what he had shielded from the World-Eater. The denizens of Tamriel recognise this being today as the Daedric Prince Mehrunes Dagon. If indeed this legend is true, this means that Alduin is indirectly responsible for the Oblivion Crisis which became the catalyst for the collapse of the Tamrielic Empire.
  • As they are both feared enemies of Tamriel, there initially was worry among the gods that Alduin would form a duumvirate with Hermaeus Mora. This did not happen, however, as Alduin hates Mora almost as much as the Dragonborn and Paarthurnax for turning a portion of the Dragon Cult against him, including their leader Miraak.
  • The Adoring Fan is terrified of him, even more so than he is of other hostile creatures. It is speculated that this is because if Alduin were to eat his soul then it would permanently stop the Fan from respawning. For some reason, not many gods seem very upset about this possibility.
  • In his quest to destroy most of the Pantheon and enslave what remains of it, he has allied himself with Darkseid. He is currently wondering if he can unlock a Dragon Language translation of the Anti-Life Equation in order to control the gods.
  • Is surprisingly amiable with Voldemort, since he approves of his contempt for apparently lesser and weaker beings, his garnering of respect through fear and power, and is impressed with how he put a taboo on his own name in order to seek out insolent enemies who try to use it freely, although he still considers spells to be inferior to dragon words. Voldy is also currently safe from having his soul eaten by Alduin, as there is so little of it left inside him that it would do nothing to sate the dragon.
  • Has rivalries with many other Destroyer Deities, Planet Eaters and Omnicidal Maniacs, as he desires as much for himself to destroy as possible.
    • His fiercest antagonism is towards Deathwing- while he has uncharacteristically praised the Destroyer for the magnitude of the destruction that he has wrought, and still fondly remembers the days when they slaughtered terrified villagers and smoked pipe-weed with Smaug, Alduin asserts that if there is going to be a dragon deity who will bring forth the end, then the right belongs to himself and himself alone.
    • Finds himself competing with Oryx since both feed their everlasting hunger through ruin and carnage. The Taken King has an advantage in that, while both of them are very difficult to kill, he can only die permanently in his throne world. He is, however, hindered by the constant threat of being consumed himself should he fail to keep himself satiated.
    • Became miffed when he came across Hades munching on a bowl of souls that could have been his. The Lord of the Underworld remained undeterred.
      Hades: Now, now. I know how tasty these are, but there’s no need to be greedy. There’s plenty to go around, and even more are being formed with each grisly, senseless death. Ha, why don’t we two go for dinner sometime and order the most exotic souls painstakingly prepared by the most esteemed cooks in the Underworld? You would like that, wouldn’t you? Of course, you would! Here, have one now to appetise yourself. *gulp* Whoops! Oh pity, it would appear that I’ve already eaten the las- OOAAAARRRRGHHHH!
      • To make a long story short, the collateral damage took quite a while for the gods to clean up.
  • Naturally, he receives little approval from other magic users who wield the power of words in their spellcasting.
  • Detested by Malygos due to reminding him far too much of Deathwing and due to his presence in the House of Magic.
  • Perceiving his own kin as the supreme race and seeing other life as slaves who are obligated to pay tribute to them (or more specifically, to him), he harbours disgust for any dragon who willingly forms bonds or alliances with lesser beings.
    • Considers Arokh a disgrace for going so far as to bond his soul with his rider. He is looking forward to making a meal out of their shared soul.
    • Was utterly repulsed upon hearing of the relationship between Angelus and her rider. She and Caim do not consider Alduin particularly pleasant either, and note that he does not help with their preternatural prejudice for black dragons.
    • For the same reasons as Caim and Angelus, he has no love for Donkey. The presence of the Dronkeys baffles him almost as much as the concept of mortality.
  • Upon hearing of Alduin's rampages, Daenerys Targaryen rode out on Drogon, accompanied by Rhaegal and Viserion, to confront him in the skies of the Pantheon. While remaining cautious, after enduring a blast of fire from Alduin and remaining unburnt, she became quite confident that by telling him that she was blood of the dragon, she could bring him over to her side as she had done with Smaug. She was wrong.
    Alduin: Kos nahlot, bein jul! You would abase yourself by likening your filthy mortal body to the flesh of a dovah?! You may have braved my fire, but can you truly assert your claim? Kod hi fin Thu'um? You will have the chance to prove yourself... after your insolence has been punished.
    • Alduin then blasted Dany off of Drogon. Immediately, the three Essosi dragons attacked the World-Eater in a frenzied panic. He simply subdued them with Frost Breath and said with a chuckle, "Your false master is dead. Now you will serve me." He then noticed a shadow pass over him, and looked up to find that the sun had been eclipsed by Balerion, carrying King Aegon I. This was the last thing he saw before he was rammed by both Vhagar and Meraxes, ridden by Aegon's sister-wives. After Daenerys was caught in mid-air and deposited back onto Drogon, the four Targaryens and their six steeds proceeded to charge Alduin who, while outmatching the other dragons in his intelligence and range of abilities, could only put up only so much of a fight against so many opponents at once and was eventually forced to flee, albeit with the belief that the six exhausted dragons would make useful servants once he had devoured their masters. The Targaryens then looked around and saw that the surrounding area was in ruins. In awkward silence, they flew away in search of deities who could fix the place up again.
  • Despite being an enemy of most of the ascended Targaryens, he has respect for Maegor the Cruel. Praising his oppression of his subjects and brutal treatment of his enemies, he has gone so far as to say that Maegor is "almost worthy" of being a true dovah and has considered inducting him as a dragon priest. He would never dare, however, to allow Maegor to use him as a mount.
  • While Gwyn and his knights are generally indiscriminate about the dragons they kill, they have taken special notice of Alduin due to him being uncontrollably destructive and knowingly malicious. Even the Nameless King, who opposes Gwyn in his crusade against dragons, agrees with him that he needs to be put down.
  • Is intensely disliked by fellow temporal dragons Nozdormu and Dialga. The possibility that he is an evil aspect of Akatosh reminds them too much of their own evil selves (Murozond and Primal Dialga, respectively).
  • While they do have a commonality connection in being deities who went against their duty for selfish and egotistical reasons, he is annoyed by Melkor's claim that he created dragons (as evidenced by the fact that he was known to breed them in his own world of Arda), claiming that nobody, not even a god, could make such great beings if they were not a dragon themselves.
  • In spite of his insatiable desire for destruction and dominance, he occasionally takes some time off from being the World-Eater, but not before hiring a carefully-selected substitute. Thomas adamantly denied any association with Alduin when he was accused of being a very naughty engine.
  • Also present in the House of Quirks and in the Main House.

Intermediate Gods

    Brightwing 
Brightwing, Goddess of Depowering Transformations (Faerie Dragon, Fey Dragon, Sprite Darter)
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/brightwing.jpg

    Calypso 
Calypso, God of Literal Wish Granters and Wish Corrupters
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Calypso_smiling_5130.png
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Calypso.Corp logo.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Evil rich guys, those who change reality
  • Domains: Magic, Chaos, Evil.
  • Followers: Anybody he DIDN'T screw over when they wanted him to grant wishes.
  • Allies: Hazama, Nyarlathotep, The Joker, Johan Liebert, Chaos, Bernkastel
  • Enemies: Sweet Tooth (after he gave him his last wish), almost every competitor of the Twisted Metal Tournaments, Rubick
  • He is confirmed to posses some of the strongest magics in the Pantheon, due to his ability to easily warp reality, space and time. The only thing that keeps him from becoming a Greater God or even an Overdeity is the fact that he can only use his magic in order to grant someone wishes. To make matters worse for him, he can't refuse to grant a wish either, even if it may end up badly for him. Of course, he always finds a way to screw around with the wishes he is demanded to grant.
  • Due to his vast amount of money, he spends a lot of time in the House of Commerce, planning new ideas for his Twisted Metal tournament as well as growing the influence of Calypso Corp.
  • He seems to have a soft spot for people seeking revenge or incredibly simple wishes, since most people that had had those kind of wishes has always gotten their desires fulfilled without any strings attached. Maybe that's because the simpler a wish is, the harder it is to twist it around.
  • He always has a large amount of mooks nearby to use as cannon fodder in case Sweet Tooth would ever appear. The clown is still pissed about being buried alive.
  • Due to their love of causing chaos just for the hell of it, Calypso has become good friends with Hazama. That doesn't mean he won't try to screw up any of his wishes, though. This gives Nyarlathotep the giggles, as Terumi claimed to be higher than him in every way possible.
  • Davy Jones seems to have a very strange relationship with him. Calypso, for his part, can not figure out why.
  • Kyuubey doesn't seem to like him much, citing the waste of energy that comes from Calypso's habit twisting the wishes to end with the wisher's death almost instantly, rather than letting the victim 'simmer'.
  • May or may not be Satan. The Nostalgia Critic tried to see if Calypso was the devil by using the ever working trick of "Jelly-Side Down on Toast". The toast landed on its side.

    Desiree 
Desiree, Goddess of Being Defeated By Her Own Wish Magic
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/s1_what_you_want_9.jpg

    Muhammad Avdol 
Muhammad Avdol, God of Ethnic Magicians (Mohammed Abdul)
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/muhammad_avdol_1.png

Lesser Gods

    Alice Margatroid 
Alice Margatroid, Goddess of Puppetry (Seven-Colored Puppeteer)
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/th105alice_1505.png
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Theme Music: Doll Judgement ~ The girl who played with people's shapes
  • Symbol: Two dolls ("Shanghai" and "Hourai") guarding her Grimoire.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Magical Puppeteers, Tsunderes (maybe), Holding Back, Badass Bookworm, Danmaku, Magicians, Alice Allusion, Lonely Doll Girl.
  • Domains: Puppets, Magic.
  • Followers: Kankuro, Dave's Bro/Dirk Strider.
  • Marionette: Suigintou.
  • Allies: Marisa Kirisame, Carl & Ada Clover, Haruka, Voodoo, Satori Komeiji, Fiona Mayfield, Haruka Takayama, Rubick, Banette
  • Enemies: Relius Clover
  • She is good friends with Marisa... apparently after she stole her precious heart.
  • She found Suigintou and nursed her back to her health after the latter was thoroughly discarded and abused by Tomoe Marguerite. Alice has since gained Suigintou's respect and at one point came to blows with Tomoe... with Alice on the winning side, of course.
  • Is currently hiding Carl Clover in her house per his request since he needs time to plan his counterattack against his evil father Relius. Alice accepts him, if only his mastery over BIGGER puppets (Nirvana) interests her.
    • She eventually used information from interacting with him to develop her "Goliath Doll".
    • Kind of annoyed with how Amane Nishiki pesters her with handing Carl over to him. Not only her "Goliath Doll" is still in development, Alice has kind of grown fond to the boy. There's usually a battle that broke out with Amane's... whatever skills and Alice's Danmakus, but none of them are able to gain upper hand.
    • At one point, Carl decided to left her house and ended up helping Relius on one his plans. Alice was first shocked about this, but was relieved to hear that Carl had no plans to actually help Relius and is currently watching him until he turns Ada back to normal. Carl and Alice still keep contact with each other, helping each other in need. Alice is also fine if Ada gets turned back to human as she can then harvest any parts what is left from Nirvana and use them on her Goliath Doll.
    • Unfortunately later on, Carl stopped keeping in contact with her for good, and the last Alice heard was that he had a 'talk' with Relius, who is then freed from his containment. With the Goliath Doll project put on indefinite hiatus because of this, that was the last straw for Alice. She would hunt down Relius and make him regret to ever mess with her plans.
  • She possesses a staggering amoung of dolls in her arsenal, being able to sent them at her opponent in huge numbers. And the fact that she tends to blow them up, one does wonder where does she keep them.
  • She refuses to open her Grimoire up at any cost, even if it makes her even powerful. She has only opened it once as far as any one knows.
  • Has been hanging around Uncle Howee because of the latter being interested in her puppetry skills and has asked her to teach him how to garner more viewers to his show. However, Alice wishes not to know where Uncle Howee gets his marionettes from.
  • Was little more than acquaintance at first with Haruka when she first ascended, because where Alice doesn't view Haruka in such a good position, her puppet creations impress Alice and she wishes to learn from her. However, their interaction did eventually lead to the creation of "The Grand Puppeteer Court" with the two of them, Carl and Ada Clover, Suigintou and Uncle Howee, with her being The Leader.
  • Is really interested in the new doll that ascended in the House of Living Objects, Banette and can be seen hanging out with him and Suigintou.

    Esmerelda Weatherwax and Gytha Ogg 
Esmerelda Weatherwax and Gytha Ogg, Goddesses of Mature Witches (Granny Weatherwax and Nanny Ogg)
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/635733dc_4a86_11e5__963798b_3.png
  • Lesser Goddesses (technically, two aspect of a greater goddess)
  • Symbol: a 4000-horsepower broom and a Greebo
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (Granny), Chaotic Good (Nanny)
  • Portfolio: Headology, Being 'Not Ded', being the 'other one' for Granny Weatherwax, Dirty Old Woman, Really Gets Around and The Alcoholic for Nanny Ogg.
  • Followers: Minerva McGonagall
  • Granny Weatherwax lives in a small cottage in the edge of the Pantheon, rarely straying too far unless visiting Nanny Ogg or other witches. While she may look frail, her power and mastery of Headology make her a force to be reckoned with. Of note, her tiny kitten, You, is one of the few things capable of cowing Greebo.
  • Nanny, on the other hand, lives in a larger, more accesible house, where she still lords over her immense family, and, when he's around, Greebo.
  • Both are highly respected and feared as elders by most of the House. Every now and then, though, they will be challenged by some upstart newcomers. One Curb-Stomp Battle later, they both get helpers for most of the tasks they don't feel like doing that day.
  • They have been joined by Magrat Garlick (now queen of Lancre), Perdita X. Dream, and Tiffany Aching to complete the power of three needed to unlock their full potential, and hold each in high regard.

    Teana Lanster 
Teana Lanster, Goddess of Magical Gunmen (Tea/Tia, Tiana Lanstar)
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Tea_372.jpg

    Tharja 
Tharja, Hex Goddess (Sallya, Grim Stalker, Sunshine, Rhajat, Black Magician (maybe?))
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/ae6e88fdcccbb7e877e1d6522f75fb4a.jpg
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her Tomes
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Stripperiffic, Crazy for Robin, Regardless of Gender, Brutal Honesty, Deadpan Snarker, Dark Is Evil, Tharja Has Standards, Hidden Depths, Has a Somewhat Kind Side, Ms. Fanservice Who is Reluctant, Abusive Parent or Parental Neglect,
  • Domain: Costume, Magic, Appearance
  • Allies: Robin, Lucina, Juvia Lockser, Tomoko Kuroki, Tomoko Nozama, Kellam, Anna, Rubick, Tailto
  • Rival: Charmcaster
  • Enemies: Grima, Ragyo Kiryuin, Zeref, Sofia Lamb, Medusa Gorgon
  • Uneasy Alliance: The good aligned mothers
  • Conflicting Relationship: Yandere Squad
  • Odd Friendship: Rutile, Hinata Hyuga, Orihime Inoue
  • Realizing that the pantheon lacks a person who specifies in Curses, the Court of Gods went through the list and chose Tharja for her wide variety of curses. Though, some believe she was ascended because of other reasons.
  • Is absolutely obsessed with Robin, whether its male or female. She couldn't help but smile madly when she found out that there were two Robins in the pantheon. She's been sleeping very well after hearing this.
    • In one alternate route, Tharja would marry Robin and give birth to both Noire and Morgan. And if she does get him, she said she'd murder him if he leaves her. Oddly, if Robin gets together with another girl, Tharja doesn't mention the classic yandere trait of murdering the love rival. Though, by that time, she might be with someone else. Still, she hasn't said anything when he hangs around Lucina.
    • With the reveal of Rhajat probably being Tharja reborn, it has shown that gender, lives, and even dimensions are a mere annoyance to being with the love of her existence.
  • Is in a very weird position when it comes to other Yanderes, especially for the former Yandere Quartet. On one hand, Tharja doesn't want to associate with YQ because they do have a body count, especially Yuno in her murdering of Yukki's classmates. However, Tharja isn't a rose as she has used her curses on her daughter which means she would be on odds with Yuno because of her own Abusive Parents. Though, Tharja has shown she does cares about her Noire with her future self sacrificing herself to save her. Because of these factors, the two won't interact if only under THE MOST EXTREME CIRCUMSTANCES. Though, currently it's not the best since Tharja did curse the YQ. Nothing serious, just a case of running noses. The curse broke after the fall of YQ, but she still keeps her distance from Yandere Squad.
    • This same reason is also why any of the good mothers in the pantheon are reluctant to work with her because of how she treated her children. However, Tharja despises the evil matriarchs here. This is especially true with Ragyo Kiryuin in which the former would taunt that the two aren't so different since they both experimented on their daughters. This only makes Tharja hate Ragyo more as there are two major differences between the two; one being that she would never rape her own daughter and two she still loves Noire and would die to protect her, which her future self did. Tharja actually cursed the abusive mother by giving her sores all over her body.
  • While Tharja might seem like a jerk, which she can be, she does have a good heart, a well hidden heart. Most notably, which nobody knows, was when she help cured half the pantheon who were inflicted by a new disease created by the GUAE by cursing the disease away.
  • Has struck an Odd Friendship with Hinata Hyuga. The two bonded over the fact that the two kind of have the same voice. The two also also converse at the fact the two are stalkers. However, Hinata is more sympathetic on that compare to Tharja. Though, Hinata is willing to help her curve her Yandere tendencies.
    • Has also made friends with her total opposite in both power and personality in Orihime Inoue. The two are so close that Tharja actually considered offering her her own outfit to wear but reconsidered after seeing her in her new attire.
  • Has also been hanging out with Rutile, the half demon reminding Tharja a little bit of Nowi.
  • Some of the ascended Strike Witches thought they heard their friend Gertrud Barkhorn. They were disappointed when that wasn't the case.
  • Has been followed around by Tomoko Kuroki. The reason for this is because Tomoko believes she can be more like her; a Yandere who stalks boys around and would make her more popular. She also wants to learn curses to inflict on stuck up high school girls. While Tharja is ok with the socially awkward teen hanging out with her, she's totally against teaching her any curses as it's too much of a burden to teach someone.
    • She has also been seen around with Tomoko Nozama. The reasons are unknown but some believe it's because of their share creepy aura. Incidentally, if both Tomokos and Tharja were together at the same time, some deities would suddenly collapse. Something about 'too much waifu material'
  • Many were shocked when they found out Tharja hates wearing bikinis because it exposes too much skin. Many would point out that her attire pretty much does show skin already. She points out that she is still covered up and that the only way she could wear a bikini is by putting a curse on herself not to feel embarrassed.
  • The existence of a newcomer to Fire Emblem by the name of Rhajat has not escaped her attention. When told that she and Rhajat might in fact literally share the same soul her curiosity has only piqued further. The idea that Rhajat's Avatar might also be another version of her beloved Robin gives her comfort in that she will not only love Robin in one lifetime but in fact in several and that not even gender, time, lives, or dimensions will ever stand between them and that she will always find them.
  • Seems to have a bond with fellow mage Tailto, but the real reason is that Tharja felt that they have a lot in common together, including motherly instincts, though she gets called out for some abuses she did to her child, though she gets pass for ultimately being protective to the extreme. Her creepy stalker attitude creeped Tailto out, though from this friendship, Tharja has wondered if she could go back in time, go meet that Hilda, then put the worst hex ever on her... but then she backed away, saying that hex is too good to be wasted on monsters like her.

    Veigar 
Veigar, God of Unlimited Magical Potential (the Tiny Master of Evil, Vivi)
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/veigar_originalloading.jpg
Final Boss Form 

Demigods

    Lord Tirek 
Lord Tirek, God of Stealing Magic
http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/300px-tirekg4_3056.png
  • Demigod (Overdeity when free and sufficiently fed)
  • Symbol: A pair of horns with a fireball between them
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: major villains, magic drain, demon centaurs and primates, fire casters, Satanic entities, unexpectedly evil villains from cutesy shows, manipulators, giant monsters, imprisoned villains, wanting to become godlike
  • Domains: Evil, Magic, Demons, Fire
  • Allies: After what he did to Discord? Hahahaha, no. Aside from Mard Geer, even Melkor stays clear of the guy.
  • Enemies: All of the Mane Six in the pantheon, Discord, Queen Chrysalis, and the entire House of Magic due to what he could (and most certainly would, if given the opportunity) do to them, Anyone who relies on somekind of Mana to survive, The Lich, Zeref, Kiritsugu Emiya, Han Jee-Han, GUAE Malum Magia, Mordremoth
  • Fears: The Lich, Kiritsugu Emiya
  • Opposed by: Ventari
  • He is one of the very rare Gods who have been deemed too dangerous to even be given the permission of freely wandering around the Pantheon. He is currently drained of all magic and sealed inside his own cavernous temple to make sure he will remain that way. Given how powerful he can grow if only he is allowed to devour enough magic, considering that there seems to be virtually no limit to how much he can absorb, and seeing how many magically affiliated Gods exist in the Pantheon (a lot), this is probably for the best.
  • Considering that he is also known to betray his allies, not even Melkor wants anything to do with him. He is fully aware that if Tirek is allowed free rein in the Pantheon, he will eventually turn on him, and could full well succeed.
  • Being a very powerful unicorn, aka a very appetizing meal for Tirek, King Sombra stays as far away from his temple as possible. Tirek himself laments the fact that he never got a chance to have a taste of Sombra's dark magic, which he surmises would have tasted delicious and could have been of great help against Princess Twilight Sparkle. Unfortunately for him, Sombra's de-ascension has led Tirek to have to find another source of power, and the Pantheon took a sigh of relief.
  • Rumor goes that, long ago, he may have wielded a powerful magical force known as the Rainbow of Darkness, with the power to bring a neverending night and to transform victims into dragons subservient to the user. Tirek himself has so far refused to comment on that, but many villains are interested in the possibilities. What they don't know is that Tirek is just waiting for a gullible villain searching for the Rainbow of Darkness to make a deal with him and break him out of his prison…
    • Mard Geer is one of the few to express enough interest in this very same force and Tartarus in order to revive his master, E.N.D, but he's not foolish enough to allow Tirek to be free just yet. In addition, since his powers rely on "Curses", not magic, Tirek can't absorb them at all in his current state, to his eternal anger. Still, it's the best hope of freedom he's gotten yet, so he endures. As for the question of Tartarus, Tirek would only reply with…
    "Only a foal dares to walk into Tartarus willingly. But…there might be something of use to you there…"
  • Is scary enough that even the likes of Bernkastel and Lambdadelta are afraid of what he could do to them. If you can frighten a member of Trollkaiger into submission, you know you're a threat.
  • The only being that actually terrifies him is The Lich. It was one day in the Pantheon when he somehow managed to escape his prison, and went around doing what he usually does. However, not too long into his rampage, The Lich showed up. Seeing that he possessed magic, Tirek absorbed it, not knowing that he would absorb The Lich as a whole, and ended up getting a Mind Rape. Tirek resorted to begging Twilight and her friends to use their Rainbow Power, knowing it was the only way to remove him. It was sucessful, but Tirek didn't bother trying to get out for weeks after that. Many gods speculate The Lich was the one behind his jailbreak, wanting to steal his ability to absorb magic.
  • Despite one of its heads being afraid of him, Tirek stays far, far away from the House of Ambiguity, for that house is the domain of the other being that manages to terrify him.....Kiritsugu Emiya. Tirek does not want to have an encounter with the dreaded "Origin Bullet", a weapon that is the bane to his existance due to its effects being more lethal the more mana its target has. Then again, who in the House of Magic isn't afraid of that to some extent.
  • He is a walking nightmare for every deity hailing from the Underground. The reason for this is that, while most magic users are simply stripped of their magical powers upon being drained by Tirek, the monsters of Mount Ebott are made of magic. To them, being drained of magic is not only a death sentence, but an extraordinarily painful death at that, akin to being slowly eaten alive. The exception is Undyne, who claims that if Tirek just tries, she will pull a Lich on him and take control of him from within using her sheer willpower and determination. While Undyne has accomplished extraordinary things in the past, no one is sure that such a feat of strength is even possible, and no one - except Undyne herself, of course - wants to find out.


http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Pantheon/MagicCasters