Pantheon / Magical Items

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Greater Gods

    Gul'dan 
Gul'dan, God of Cursed Artifacts (Darkness Incarnate, Destroyer of Dreams, Betrayer of the Orcs, The Warlock, Handlock, Zoolock, Murlock and variants of "X"-lock, Bloodreaver Gul'dan)
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Bloodreaver Gul'dan 

    Kei Shirogane/Shiroe 
Kei Shirogane, God of Magically Binding Contracts (Shiroe the Strategist, Black Heart Glasses, Dark Shiroe, Kuroe, The Villain in Glasses, Machiavelli in Glasses, Arch Mage, Chronicler of the East, Chéng huì, City Benefactor, My Lord)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: Shiroe's guild, Log Horizon
  • Theme Music: Database
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, Chaotic Neutral when he needs to be
  • Portfolio: The Strategist, Awesomeness by Analysis, Sexy Mentor, Big Good, Hero with Bad Publicity, Creating contracts that even gods themselves cannot break, Tying together the Houses of Magic, Knowledge and Mentalism.
  • Domain: Magic, Paperwork, Mentorship.
  • Herald: Minori
  • Allies: Spock, Annabeth Chase, Kazuto Kirigaya and Asuna Yuuki, Yuuki Konno
  • Rivals: Ichigo Kurosaki, Beat
  • Enemies: Grand Admiral Thrawn, Master Li, Izaya Orihara, The Incubators
  • Partnerships: Kamina
  • The Mentor to: Han Jee-Han
  • No one is quite sure just how the heck Shiroe ascended to the Pantheon—let alone as a Greater God. When asked, he produces a 20,000-page document with numerous fine-prints which "clearly explains" that a majority of the members of the Pantheon recommended him for the position. Those whose signatures appear on the contract confirm that it's real, but have no memory of signing it.
  • Surprisingly, he works quite well with Kamina and the two's partnership has proved unstoppable. Shiroe prefers to remain back planning and running the logistics while Kamina inspires everyone with his speeches and keeps spirits high.
    • Shiroe initially did not get along well with Kamina besides respecting what he did until he learned of Kamina's deeper motiviations and insecurities, which let Shiroe befriend him. Meanwhile, Kamina has always respected Shiroe for being able to use logic's own rules against it to do the impossible.
  • Shiroe doesn't get along that great with Ichigo Kurosaki, largely because Ichigo keeps rushing forward and ruining Shiroe's well thought-out plans. Lately, they've reached a mutual agreement, which Shiroe describes as "Letting that idiot do whatever he wants." Uryu enjoyed that one.
  • Due to him being a class that doesn't specialize in combat, but rather combat support, Shiroe usually spends his fights at the back, buffing his allies and restraining his enemies.
  • Shiroe's magical contracts are so powerful that it's theorized he could even become an Overdeity if he wrote one well-thought-out enough.
  • He is convinced that his Arch-Enemy, Thrawn, isn't dead. Either that, or the man had more plans than anyone realized. He is conjuring a plan with Haruka Kotoura to make sure that is not the case.
  • Shiroe also appreciates Haruka's cooking, almost to Mundane Made Awesome levels! Even in the world of Elder Tale her food just will not explode into a poisonous purple paste.
  • Due to the fact that Shiroe was a normal person who became unable to leave Elder Tale, Shiroe gets along well with Kazuto Kirigaya, Asuna Yuuki and the previously-ascended Keiko Ayano.
  • Before getting into a fight, Shiroe will often be seen spending time with Annabeth Chase coming up with strategies for the fight.
  • Because he looks at everything logically, Shiroe gets along well with Spock and Harunobu Madarame.
  • Having had an apprentice studying under him while he was mortal, Shiroe can't stand Master Li, as the latter's protectiveness of his apprentices ends when they've outlived their usefulness.
  • Is trying to figure out the mechanical kinks behind the increased brokenness of Hit's Time Skip when combined with online lag, hoping to discover how this could be exploited before anyone else does.
  • Also has a place in the Houses of Mentalism and Knowledge.

    Majora 
Majora, God of Evil Masks (Majora's Mask)
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  • Theme Song: Majora's Theme, Majora's Wrath
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The mask itself wreathed in flames and shadows.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Wanting to consume everything, Treating its atrocities as nothing but fun and games, Dropping a moon onto Termina because why not?, Using the Skull Kid as a puppet for its schemes, Ancient relic to NEVER be trifled with, ruining countless lives for its own amusement
  • Allies: Yuuki Terumi, Cia (?)
  • Rivals: Ganondorf Dragmire, Jack of Blades
  • Enemies: LINK, Princess Zelda, Midna, Lana
  • A seemingly innocent, though disturbing, piece of wood used in not-so-innocent ancient hexing rituals, the true nature of Majora's Mask is that of psychotic and malevolent being that wants nothing more than to consume everything and bring about endless suffering. Just because it's fun.
  • Whether by forcing others to wear it or by enticing them to, anyone who begins to wear the mask will be granted incredible and terrifying power. At first, they might use this newfound strength for their own goals, but over time, they begin to lose sight of themselves as their most negative and darkest aspects are amplified, all the while engaging in petty and increasingly cruel tricks as the mask's influence slowly overtakes them. Eventually, all that remains is Majora's own will as it uses the host's body for its own.
  • Majora's ascension was heralded by the sudden appearance of its signature nightmarish moon in the sky above the Pantheon, which almost immediately began to descend upon the land. Knowing that the mask had appeared once more, Link brought Zelda and Midna with him to stop Majora as numerous gods and goddesses did all they could to halt the moon's descent. Though its efforts were inevitably stopped by the Hero, Majora's Mask still remains a dangerous and unpredictable threat to all who live in the Pantheon.
  • All efforts to uncover the origins of Majora's Mask have come up empty-handed, giving rise to endless speculation and rumors. Some say that Majora was once a mighty beast that resided in a timeless wasteland. Others think that it was an otherworldly being that came to ancient Hyrule during its infancy. In any case, what is clear is that the mask is easily one of the cruelest beings there is. It sees everything as a game and will do anything, from de-aging someone to a childlike form to trying to destroy the world with the aforementioned moon, just to sate its own twisted sense of humor.
  • Has NOT endeared itself to Ganondorf ever since the mask cheekily remarked that it found it hard to believe that a mere shadow of Demise could ever hope to surpass his legacy. Needless to say, the Gerudo King plans to show the mad god just what kind of power he wields.
  • Midna is particularly disturbed by the mask. It doesn't help that rumors have been circulating that her people may have worshiped Majora before...
  • People began to panic when Lana appeared one day wearing the mask, but she was VERY quick to reassure everyone that it was just a replica. Majora got a kick out of that, laughing at how terrified they were of a mere fake, but also declaring how the witch was going to suffer for daring to make a copy of it. Perhaps the next time Lana wears her costume, it'll really give everyone something to scream about...
    • Cia was later seen wearing a similar replica, but something seemed very off about it, leading people to believe that she actually was wearing the mask. Cia refuses to comment and Majora simply giggles.
  • For Terumi, it was practically Love at First Sight when he learned of the psychotic entity residing within the mask. What could be better than an insane god that only wants to spread misery just because it feels like it? Of course, he still plans to use Majora for his own devices. Likewise, the mask admires Terumi's cruelty and sees him as a potential new puppet.
  • Majora views the ascension of The Flood and The Gravemind as a wonderful thing, seeing a kindred spirit in the ancient being and wishing to ally with it to see how much FUN they can have. The Gravemind doesn’t share the sentiment, believing the mask to be far too childish and insane to bother associating with, though it has taken note of the amount of suffering Majora has caused and sees potential use for it.
  • Hata no Kokoro and Majora are to be kept absolutely far away from each other as humanly possible. There's no telling what kind of devastation that a Majora-possessed Kokoro could cause. One such disaster was barely averted when Reimu and Marisa subdued the mask after it attacked her when she tried to take a closer look at it. The poor girl was in shock for weeks and Majora now has its eye on making Kokoro its new puppet, if only for the irony of having the Goddess of Masks being controlled by one of her own.
    • As a result, a number of gods have begun to keep an eye on the two, lest the mask attempts to possess Kokoro again. Jack of Blades, of all people, has taken an active roll in warding off Majora from getting any closer to the goddess. He sees the mask as a threat to the vessel of the Queen of Blades and is doubling his efforts at finding a suitable vessel for the Knight of Blades to assist him. This isn't lost on Majora, to which it gladly welcomes this new game.
  • Has an unfathomable hatred for Hyrule's Golden Goddesses. If anyone worships or praises their goodness, it is one of the few times Majora absolutely loses it, ranting and raving that they are just as bad, if not worse than it is.
  • Aside from Terumi, the mask does not have many allies, if any. It gets along well enough with fellow Omnicidal Maniacs, but even then, they have to keep an eye on the mask in case it decides that it wants to play with them. Majora doesn't care who its tormenting; As long as it gains amusement from the pain and misery it causes, anyone is fair game.

    Maxwell 
Maxwell, Divine Owner of Magical Notebooks
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  • Theme Music: Scribblenauts Unlimited Title Screen
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The Rooster Hat
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good/Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Rewriting and/or Warping Reality, Controlling Things Small Children Shouldn't, Awesome Hats, Awesomeness In General, Imaaaaaagination!, Using Really Cool Powers For Stupid Things
  • Domains: Children, Summons, Imagination
  • Herald: Lily
  • Deities He Can Summon: Mario, Goomba, Luigi, Peach, Zelda, Yoshi, Cicadas, Anubis, Bowser, Ganondorf, Link, Hercules, Medusa, Scylla, Cthulu, Adrian Tepes, Solid Snake, A ton of characters from DC Comics
  • Allies: Emmet Brickowski, Fix-it Felix Jr., The Creator, Sackboy, Steve?, Finn the Human
  • Enemies: GUAD, Light Yagami, Auditors of Reality, Head Pixie, The Evil Queen, Alduin
  • Feared by: Zeref
  • He may just be a little kid, but Maxwell is in possession of a highly unusual notebook that allows him to summon almost anything simply by writing into it. They can be anything including (but definitely not limited to) wings, nukes, houses, dinosaurs, and chainsaws. He can even include adjectives to the objects for more variety. With that notebook, Maxwell has gone on a journey to solve puzzles and help people, with magical objects known as Starites being given to him whenever he completes certain tasks. Of course, he can use that notebook for his own amusement as well (like having God and Cthulu battle against each other).
  • Even with what he is capable of, he isn't able to conjure up everything. More specifically, Maxwell cannot summon characters from other fictional works and a select number of real-life figures to use for whatever it is he wants. There have been a few exceptions to this rule (Maxwell can summon a few deities from Greek mythology for instance) and he has even gotten involved with the DC multiverse. It was that involvement that essentially allowed him to summon characters such as Batman and Superman (including alternate versions of such) if the need arises.
    • With him being able to summon people in addition to objects, Maxwell essentially has some degree of control over them. He can also use adjectives to change the appearance and attitude of the things he summons. Depending on the initial temperament of the person Maxwell summoned, his control over that specific person can be made easier or harder.
  • One of his most notable features is his hat, often dubbed by others as the Rooster Hat. Surprisingly enough, the Mann's Co. mercenaries have taken a liking to the hat, wearing it on a few occasions and even adding a few different colors to it. While Maxwell doesn't seem to mind that much on the name the mercenaries have given to his hat and is fine with them wearing that item if they want, he is willing to put the more unhinged mercenaries in check if they put others (including himself) at risk.
    • This tendency to wear a hat almost every time has led Maxwell to meet up with Finn, who also has his own distinct hat. While Finn has taken his hat off every so often, Maxwell hasn't (though there have been instances of Maxwell wearing a different hat on top of his own Rooster Hat). Regardless, the two like to exchange stories of their own adventures, with Finn being impressed with Maxwell's capabilities.
  • He really likes to hang out with other creatively-minded deities, often helping them solve any sort of problem that they encounter or just using their skills to do things for fun as long as Maxwell doesn't get too carried away with his summoning.
    • Unsurprisingly, this made him a high-priority target to be rid of by those who seek extreme order to the point where creativity is essentially forbidden.
  • A popular activity amongst those who have witnessed his shenanigans is to describe them in detail to their friends. This has managed to creep out some who are wondering why a kid like that would do potentially dangerous things to and around others for his amusement even if he is mostly obligated to do good.
    • One of the most popular stories involving him was one that took place during a zombie invasion. According to eyewitness reports, Maxwell summoned a time machine and used it to bring a T-rex to combat the zombies.
  • Light Yagami became furious upon finding out that there was another person who was in possession of a book that can do unusual things. Both he and Maxwell have viewed each other as a great threat since Light believes that Maxwell's notebook is far more capable than the Death Note and Maxwell finds Light's preferred book to be very deadly, especially in the hands of someone who is quite unhinged.
  • Even though the House of Sports sometimes calls him in to replace any missing sports equipment, he was told by that house not to summon any vuvuzelas during any soccer competition (or for anything else for that matter, though Maxwell doesn't really summon these instruments unless he gets really bored somehow) since it can incite anger around anyone who listens to it (and it's been reported to anger trees as well).
  • As a result of giving an old man a rotten apple as part of a prank, Maxwell's sister was cursed to turn to stone and he had to work hard to undo the curse's effects. Maxwell doesn't like The Evil Queen very much due to using a poisoned apple for much more malicious and self-centered reasons. He has also tried to avoid causing unintentional harm towards others.
  • In case anyone is wondering, yes; Maxwell can summon a duplicate of his own notebook. However it will randomly summon items by itself in brief intervals, so no one can really use the copy.
  • Since the Pantheon is highly prone to destruction thanks to the various battles that happen be it small-scale or something on the level of the Grand Alliance wars, he is often called in to fix the damages by using his notebook to make the landscapes in good condition once more.
    • He can also summon a number of items that have great destructive potential, though he usually isn't willing to do that unless he comes across a very powerful threat. The GUAD hates Maxwell for not only not utilizing these potential destructive items that often, but the fact that Maxwell can fix heavily damaged worlds made the organization set up plans to fully get rid of him.

    Shinnok 
Shinnok, God of Magic Increasing Artifacts (The Fallen Elder God, The Ruler of The Netherrealm, The Demon Shinnok, Corrupted Shinnok, Grandpa (by Johnny Cage))
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     Zeref 
Zeref, Creator Of Eldritch Tomes (The Black Wizard, The Killing Mage, Emperor Spriggan, Zeref Dragneel)
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Intermediate Gods

    Azrael 
Azrael, God of Power Limiters (The Mad Dog, King of Atrocity, Genocider, The DeathBringer, Massacre King, Azu-nyan, and many more.)
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  • Theme Music: The Tyrant.
  • Intermediate God (Can rise higher if he decides to release his Enchant Dragunov)
  • Symbol: His chest tattoo (Enchant Dragunov), imprinted into the back of his coat, on his emblem.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil (on a good day, a really dark shade of Chaotic Neutral)
  • Portfolio: Thristing for battle and being crazy when being in one, Power Limiting Tattoos, Applying weak points and then hitting them, Being really destructive, Feared by All, Being Near Unstoppable
  • Domains: Bloodlust, Combat.
  • Allies: None. He is known attacking his own allies due of his bloodlust so no one wishes to be near him.
  • Rivals: Any one who he considers being Worthy Opponent, like Ragna.
  • Enemies: None in normal basics.
  • Opposed By: Iron Tager, Kokonoe.
  • After hearing of all the warriors who lived in the Pantheon, Azrael considered it being the perfect feeding ground for him and wanted in. Originally he wanted to usurp Kenpachi Zaraki as the God of Blood Knights, but got tired of waiting and started searching for open thrones he would apply do.
    • After the fact that he was able to defeat Rachel Alucard, Valkenhayn H. Hellsing, Iron Tager, Jin Kisaragi and Ragna the Bloodedge, without removing any levels out of Enchant Dragunov, most gods were afraid what he could do if he could completely remove it. As such, he was able to get his godhood that way.
    • When Gods ask what he can do if he would loosen up Enchant Dragunov or remove it, they are directed to these videos. He keeps it on to draw out the battle and not kill people instanly for a reason.
  • Azrael also has another thing what limits him: A restriction from Sector Seven which prevents him from attacking people who have no will to fight, aside of Tager, Kokonoe and maybe Ragna, who he can attack anyway. Where this causes him being unable to just fight any god he wants, there are enough gods who will fight him to keep him satisfied and he also attacks Mooks if he needs to.
  • Wesker has found some interest on Azrael. It would be that his inhuman strenght has peaked his interest, or that they sound a kind.
  • Before he ascended, Terumi spread a rumour in a radio podcast which claimed that he might be gay. Azrael denies this and in worst case will put the person in the recieving end of Valiant Crash combo. This has gained him some sympathy from Kanji Tatsumi, but he tries to keep his distance from Azrael anyway.
  • He can also dance to the tune of the Love Phantom.
  • Believe or not, Azrael has a good side for him: he actually cannot stand strong bullying the weak. Whenever it is because he thinks that wasting their strength on the weak is waste of time or not, it is possibly a good idea to stop what you are doing and run away.
  • Considers himself to be somewhat of a opposite to Hyodo Issei due to them having quite the opposite positions. Azrael has made it clear that he wants to fight Issei one day and if he refuses, well, it wouldn't be the first time Azrael has attacked a lady to anger some one. Issei tried to attack Azrael because of that, but had to retreat when Azrael almost broke Issei's arm after he caught his punch. Some gods are currently taking bets on the clash between limiter-free Azrael and Cardinal Crimson Queen Issei.
    • On Issei's part, it ticks him off how he sounds like Kokabiel, and wonders if the two of them and Asura are somewhat related or not. To pile up on this, Ikaruga honestly thinks that Azrael is like if his brother, Murasame, was Drunk with Power.
    • When asked about Shinnok and his plans to steal away the Boosted Gear, Azrael shrug, saying that he would only be interested on him if he was that bored, or if he actually manages to take away the Boosted Gear, giving him a even stronger opponent to feast upon.note 

    Haru Glory 
Haru Glory, God of the Morph Weaponry (The Second Rave Master)
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    The Toa Mata/Toa Nuva 
The Toa Nuva (originally the Toa Mata)members , Gods and Goddess of Masks of Power
The Toa Mata 
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Kopaka, Lewa and Pohatu in their Adaptive Armor's sky form 
Onua, Tahu and Gali in their Adaptive Armor's swamp form 
Takua 
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The enlarged, partially light-drained Takanuva 

    The Weird Sisters 
The Weird Sisters, Goddesses of Cooking Unusual Magic Ingredients and Unexpected Prophecy Completion (Phoebe, Luna, Seline)
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  • Intermediate Goddesses
  • Symbol: A magical cauldron surrounded by three dark figures
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Domain: Prophecy, Magic
  • Portfolio: Unusual magical ingrdients cooked in a cauldron, have a familiar, really petty, has really weird features, kill Banquo to prevent witness, seemingly impossible prophecy condition that was completed
  • Allies: Esmeralda Weatherwax and Gytha Ogg
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Ysera, Alexstrasza, Ariel, Gul'dan.
  • Enemies: Macbeth, Lady Macbeth, Ursula, Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Neville Longbottom, Sabrina Spellman, Artoria Pendragon
  • Opposed by: Goliath, David Xanatos
  • Complicated Relationship: The ascended Puella Magi Madoka Magica deities and Zeref.
  • In the middle of one of their temple is their famous cauldron, always bubble with magical brews that holds various power to know the future. Various deities have asked the three witches what is in the cauldron as they have heard about the weird ingredients from Macbeth. The sisters just reply in very vague terms, prodding the entire Pantheon to be even more curious about the content.
  • Their ascension caused Macbeth and his wife went on a witch hunt as because of their vague prophecy leading Macbeth's fall and death. This got the couple banned from the House of Prophecy and Magic.
    • Because of said witch hunt, as well as one of Lady Macbeth's high priestess is their mortal enemy and the sisters are similar to them, Granny Weatherwax and Granny Ogg proposed an alliance to protect them from the couple.
  • Goliath is very uncomfortable about their ascension as he still has bad experience with one of their version in his world. David is also very uneasy around given the fact that they can see the future and sometime ended up manipulating him. The sisters just gleefully take joy in this incident at the thought of how they can strike such fear upon mortals and other supernatural creature.
  • Because of how petty and cruel they are, the three sisters earned the ire of a portion of good witches and warlocks in the Pantheon. Most notably include Harry, Hermione, Ron and Neville, as all four of them are uncomfortable sharing the House of Magic to someone who would so casually drive people insane. Sabrina Spellman also not their biggest fan either, as they recently had an interest in her as she shares a lot of tropes with them.
  • In her quest to reclaim her power, Ursula the sea witch heard about their temple and once broke in so she can steal their cauldron so she can make new bargains and regains of her power. Fortunately, the three sisters foresaw her visit using their power and asked Ariel for help to successfully repels the witch (the mermaid is very reluctant to help them but reasoned that it was the lesser of two evil). The sisters have swore revenge on Ursula ever since.
  • Was very confused when discover the tree deities from the House of Plants that are sentient and say that is just silly. Everyone just roll their eyes and state that witches can predict the future and cast spells, dead men can come back as ghosts, apparitions can rise from cauldrons in their world so tree certainly can move if they want to.
  • Because their temple is related to finding loophole in destiny and future, Ysera and Alexstrasza have been reluctantly enlist their help to see any possibility that their brother Nozdormu would not fall to evil in exchange for some of the ingredients the witches need to brew some of their more complex spells. The sisters have been working on it but warn the Dragon Aspects that the possibility is as likely as the Horde and the Alliance came to a compromise.
  • Because of the long-running nature of the work they are from, the witches have appeared in various forms with different jobs and even species aside from their traditional Old Hag look. Goliath and Xanatos saw them as various forms but the most prominent is as a trio of Hot Witch. Pokemon usually saw them as a trio of Gardevoir; any Cute Monster Girl seeing them as monster girls. They also appeared as practitioners of Wicca, Gothic schoolgirls, Japanese forest spirit, black garbage collectors, nurses/organ poachers and many more.
  • Hates Artoria since they faced her original male counterpart in their world.
  • Entered a reluctant alliance with Gul'dan in order to ally against the Macbeths. They still approach him carefully as they heard that he betrayed the Horde and they don't want to lose their deal with Ysera and Alexstrasza.
  • Has a complicated relationship with the Magica deities. While the sisters admired the girl's witch form for being such powerful witches, they don't like the magical girls themselves as the girls are technically witch hunters. This was even more complicated as in their world witches have almost disappeared and replaced by wraiths. Both side usually prefer staying out of each other's path.
  • They recently visited Zeref to explain about a certain vision they gained about him. They explained that Zeref's curse of immortality would be broken, but not in the way or by the person he expected. Naturally Zeref wanted to learn more about this however they could not tell him all of the details for an unknown reason.

Lesser Gods

    The Carpet (Aladdin) 
The Carpet, God of Magic Carpets (Carpet, Rugman)
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    Felix the Cat 
Felix the Cat, God of Bags Of Tricks (The Wonderful, Wonderful Cat)
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  • Theme Song: This
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His head
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Adorable, Cartoony Tail, Cute Little Fangs, The Determinator, Cute Kitten, Friend to All Living Things, Funny Animal, Rubberhose Limbs, Species Surname, Story-Breaker Power, Walking the Earth, The Voiceless
  • Domains: Chaos, Good, Travel, Hammerspace, Animal
  • Allies: Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Wander, Tom and Jerry, The Pink Panther, Charlie Chaplin, Mary Poppins, Cayden Cailean, Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Opposes: Very few. He almost never truly sees anyone as a foe, with the sole exception of his archfoe Master Cylinder, and for good reason. Like the rest of the pantheon, he also despises Dr. Weil, and for very, very good reasons.
  • Opposed by: The Professor, Joel, GiIvaSunner, Judge Doom, Nostalgia Critic
  • Annoyed by: Garfield
  • Pitied by: Oswald the Lucky Rabbit
  • Most mortals regard Mickey Mouse and Bugs Bunny as the original pioneers of cartoons back in the The Golden Age of Animation. Little did they know that there was a toon that precided them both. Back in 1919, a certain cat rose in prominence to be the leading animated toon of his time. Unfortunately, his creator's insistence of sticking to the old ways of silent cartoons coupled with the new upstarts brought him down to obscurity. Many still remember his tales, and it was only a matter of time before he set up a temple for himself, mainly for his famous Bag of Tricks.
    • When Bugs and Mickey found out of his ascension, they were worried that the cat would take offense to their popularity. It looked that way when he gave each of them a massive present. Both toons decided to check it out at the same time. A quick check revealed... giant cakes. Turns out Felix was just excited to enter the Pantheon at least.
    • Felix himself was pleased to discover that his longtime friendly enemy The Professor had ascended into the Pantheon, but the feeling was anything but mutual on Professor's part due to his envy of Felix ascending before him, and it's considered a bad idea to bring it up in the scientist's presence.
  • Melkor had hoped that capturing his Magic Bag of Tricks would allow him to amass deadly weaponry for his army. But there's a reason Felix is so lax with securing his Bag of Tricks: only he can operate it. To the Big Bad's chagrin, he just couldn't produce anything useful. Melkor tossed the bag aside in frustration, giving it back to its owner.
  • One of Felix's biggest traits is altruism, his eagerness to help out anyone in need of help. With that and his Bag of Tricks, it's little wonder what so many deities draw a parallel with Wander. Naturally, the two love hanging out with each other, helping out those in need along the way. Rumor has it that Lord Hater is plotting to wipe Felix off the face of the earth.
  • People may think of him as one of the nicest deities in the Pantheon, but Joel claims of a darker side, when playing one of his games, he exposed what happens if Felix loses. The cat has denied such claims, citing it as out of character.
    • Gilva tried to join that criticism with a skit of his own. That... didn't end so well, and he has since back tracked from it.
  • Plays more of a Karmic Trickster when it comes to observing Tom and Jerry. While he may be more sympathetic towards Jerry, he isn't afraid to call out the mouse for annoying Tom. He's especially displeased with Clint Clobber, the short-tempered owner who abused Tom during the Gene Deitch era.
  • Has taken it to himself to help Garfield lose more weight. Given the cat's title, one can guess how that went. With that said, Garfield respects the fellow cat for being one of the few felines who are friendly with mice.
  • Is also fond of the Pink Panther and his antics as well as another lesser known toon from back in the day.
  • Has been advised by various toons to never visit the temple of Judge Doom. Felix may insist on trying to show him the error of his ways, but such a prospect seems impossible. Indeed, the judge merely added him on the list of toons to cleanse off the face of the Pantheon.
  • Most toons revere him while others see him as a rival. For Oswald, Felix represents as someone who may have just as rotten luck as him. Both were overlooked over the course of history and looked to be ultimately forgotten. It took persistence by their followers to gain spots in the Pantheon. For that alone, the two enjoy company while making jokes about their peril.
  • Was recently seen in the company of Dreamworks deities. Rumor has it that they are hoping to make a new cartoon starring the cat.
  • He was surprised to find Charlie Chaplin in the Pantheon, thought not so much when he was being honored for his work in the Silent Movie genre. Charlie was impressed with Felix's impersonation during one of his visits in Los Angeles.
  • Ran into Mary Poppins recently. The Magical Nanny Goddess was intrigued with his Bag of Tricks, a device that can rival her own portable bag. Felix agreed to see if he can improve on her bag.
  • Many of his followers reside in fantasy, as they are highly depended of similar bags of holding. One such deity named Cayden Cailean offered a deluxe version for Felix to keep. The cat placed it into his own bag... and ran in horror as the combination as a 10 foot rip in reality sucked everything in its path before dissipating. Turns out Cayden in his stupor gave him a Portable Hole instead, destroying the two items in the process. The God of Blackouts set out to repair his temple as well as repair the bag for a crestfallen Felix, courtesy of some favors from Torag. He even modified it into a Handy Haversack.
  • The Nostalgia Critic was not impressed with his movie debut. He's made a herculean effort to avoid the cat. Felix himself has no hard feelings towards the Critic and hopes he'll come around some day.
  • His Magic Bag of Tricks is currently property of the Dreamworks Pantheon, who sometimes lease it to the Treasury for safekeeping with his permission. However, only Felix is allowed to wield the bag, and all of the Dreamworks deities (sans Professor) have entered a mutual pact to never try and claim the Bag for themselves. So far, Felix and Dreamworks have rejected all attempts by the SCP Foundation to contain or study the bag.

    Kiki 
Kiki, Goddess of Delivery Services via Flight and Flying Broomsticks
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    Kisuke Uzuki 
Kisuke Uzuki, The Celestial Wielder of Blood-Thirsting Blades (Kanbei)
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  • Lesser God with any of his other 107 swords. Greater God with Oboro Muramasa
  • Symbol: A katana or nodachi and its sheath crossed together and seven skulls
  • Theme Music: Tacit Understanding
  • Weapon of Choice: His 108 Demon Blades, including the Oboro Muramasa
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Amnesiac Anti-Hero, Wielder of Demon Blades, Oboro Style, Ninja, Scarf of Asskicking, Sir Swears-a-Lot, Soul Fusion, Dead All Along, Mental Time Travel, Walking the Earth.
  • Domains: Swords, Ninjas, Heroes
  • Allies: Odin, Goemon Ishikawa XIII, ArtoriaPendragon, Ryu Hayabusa, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Homura and the Crimson Squad, Dust
  • Enemies: Soul Edge (and Nightmare due of that), Arachne, Aya Shameimaru, Yuugi Hoshiguma, Nyotengu
  • Opposes: Anyone who wields a Muramasa (or demonic blades in general)
  • Ascended into the Pantheon after gods noticed that he can wield many swords what thirst for blood without succumbing to their will thanks to the mastery over the Oboro Style. He would have ascended with Momohime, but after discovering that her skills come from being possessed by the ronin Jinkuro, who always ends up in some sort of situation no matter what path he and Momohime takes, two of which being Kisuke's fault, making her unable to ascend with him.
  • He has one of largest collections of weapons in the Pantheon, having about 108 Demon Blades. Aside of having different attributes, all of them are extremely sharp, being able to cut almost anything, like demons, dragons, gods and even a soul out of some one's body without damaging the body itself. Unfortunately, they break a lot, and where he can fix them by sheathing the broken blade, he has an unofficial title of God of Breakable Weapons.
    • However, the rest of those cannot compare to his last Demon Blade, the Oboro Muramasa, which is sharp enough to allow him to cut through fate itself, allowing him to transfer him memory and the blade into his past self.
  • Is trying to get the Soul Edge to himself, so that he can expend the evil within it, leaving behind just the sword, just like what he intents to do with Kuzuryuu Muramasa. Considering that he would most likely be able to resist Soul Edge's influence, the Soul Edge is understandably afraid of him.
  • He seems to have a bad habit of accidentally walking into women taking a bath in hot springs (or women walking into him while he is taking a bath). Fortunately he has managed consistently avoid Pervert Revenge Mode. He does wonder if Sun Wukong is messing with him as he usually is accompanied with monkeys as he goes to take a bath.
  • Yusuke Fujisaki once tired to have a Boke and Tsukkomi Routine with him due of having two guys who sounds the same doing one being brilliant. Kisuke offered to be the "Straight-the-hell-out-of-here Man".
  • One of few people he can be genuinely nice to is Arturia. The only reason is that hearing her talk bring him memories, but refuses to say anything further. Only further hint he gives is that he wonders if she has ever carried a bow.
    • However, where their relation is just a man protecting a royalty out of personal reasons, some gods at House of Love have tried matching them together. Kisuke sometimes mutters to himself that "why he had to ask help from that kitsune in the first place..."
  • He once visited Bahamut as a way to find out if he was mad for a possibility that he beat some sense to what he assumes is one of his avatars, though Bahamut did not take offense to that. He is already after many different youkai, or creatures what are closely related to some youkai, just in case. He is also keeping his eyes out for Cerberus and Great Grey Wolf Sif, in case they turn out to be as bad as that damned dog god Inugami.
    • He also gathered enough courage to tell Tokugawa Ieyasu that he killed one of his descendants. However, after Ieyasu heard why he did it, he forgave him for his actions, feeling ashamed how one of his descendants would turn out to be so evil.
  • If you were to ask him why he has a dislike for anyone else who wields a demonic blades, he wouldn't really tell you. Only think he knows is that he feels like he made a promise to desroy all blades made by Muramasa. Of course he is doing this so that no one ends up being corrputed by those blades.
  • At first, he tried to attack Homura because he wanted to destroy her Engetsuka, thinking it was a Demon Blade. However, after they found out that the both of them are renegade ninjas out to destroy greater evil forces, he let her go and he is now an ally of sort to the Crimson Squad.
  • There is an interesting reason why he isn't called a god. When he realized that in one timeline, he went ahead and lashed out at Amitabha for letting Torahime die before she would complete her mission and as such, he isn't worthy of being called a god.

    The Magic Mirror 
The Magic Mirror (Sidney Glass, the Genie of Agrabah)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Itself
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Ambiguously Evil, snakes around his frame, always truthful, Creepy Monotone, Face Framed in Shadow, Just Following Orders, can tell a false heart, always rhyming, could've been used for so much more, Punch-Clock Villain, The Stoic, Sickly Green Glow
  • Domain(s): Mirrors, Query
  • Followers/Similar Artifacts: the Mirror of Opposition, Kagamiko, the Lilith Mirror, the Mirror Card, Charlotte Brulee, MirrorMask, the Lasser Glass, the Mirror of Erised, the Mirror of Llunet, Eluvians, Zonda, SCP-412, SCP-739, SCP-919, SCP-944, SCP-987, SCP-2645
  • Allies: The Evil Queen
  • Enemies: Lord Faruqaad, Bloody Mary
  • Under Protection Of: The SCP Foundation
  • Nothing Personal with: Disney!Snow White
  • Respected by/Respects:
  • Opposed by: Aqua, Terra, Fables!Snow White, Bigby Wolf
  • Unknown Relation: the Genie
  • After his queen's demise, the Mirror sat alone in her castle, his task thought to be over. Eventually, his Queen decided to bring the Mirror to the Pantheon. She wanted to keep him in her temple, but an offhand comment from one of her GUAE allies caught the attention of the Court of the Gods, who then declared for the mirror's ascension, which means deifying him. As compromise to the Queen though, a copy of the mirror was conjured for his own temple so he can represent his position there while still serving his queen at hers in the original. As a spirit, he's granted the ability to traverse between those mirrors easily. There are a few other copies created as well that he can move between, though no one's telling who has them.
  • One of these copy mirrors can be found at the House of Mouse, installed in the lobby of the club by Mickey Mouse. There, he helps answer questions guests may have or provide assistance for Mickey and his stage crew. He also generally refuses to help his Queen while there for some reason, though he's still loyal to her while in her or his temple.
  • Given its massive potential ("thankfully" wasted by the Evil Queen), limits have been mandated and enforced by the SCP Foundation so that the Mirror cannot be asked by the same person twice in one day, can only be asked a number of times per hour, and cannot be stolen from where it hangs by would-be thieves (not that that sopped Carmen Sandiego from doing so anyway before returning him after pilfering another copy). In addition, queries regarding anything that can significantly change the course of the Pantheonic war like enemy tactics, identities of spies, troop locations, etc. are not permitted.
    • Similar limits have been mandated for the Mirror's "followers", and a few even barred from use completely.
    • A magic ward has also been cast over his temple so that Bloody Mary can't use him or his followers as a shortcut.
  • Harbors no ill will to Snow White; he was just following orders. The princess he implicated can't bring herself to hate him, but the Fables incarnation does, especially since her world's version of the mirror has been a steadfast ally of hers and Bigby's, who doesn't quite like him either.
  • As a result of his Queen using a potion on him, the Mirror now has the power to pull people within his own Pocket Dimension and fight them, and has kept this power upon ascending. That said, as Terra and Aqua can attest to, he's not that hard back when they were still beginning their adventure out of the Land of Departure, but he can be somewhat aggravating. Nowadays, he only uses this power on particularly irritating customers, and always spits them out when he's done with them, or when they're done with him. It does have the side effect of his battles then being available for others to view through his mirror, which people sometimes gather to watch.
  • Given that Lord Farquaad was willing to shatter another of his incarnations for not sucking up to him (he didn't, but he threatened to), the Magic Mirror does not like him, but will answer any of his questions regardless (so long as they don't violate the regulations). And threats to shatter him mean nothing, given how Death Is Cheap, his mirrors can be replaced, and because the Queen he serves would certainly not approve.
  • Apparently, in another universe, he was a Genie from Agrabah who got sealed inside a mirror, and then when Regina brought him and several others to the "real world", he took on the identity of a freelance reporter named Sidney Glass.

    Premium Sachiko 
Premium Sachiko, Goddess of Heavily Sought-After Magical Items
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  • Anywhere between Lesser Goddess to a Greater Goddess
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Symbol: A gold sheet of paper with a skull on it
  • Portfolio: Artifact of Attraction, Cursed with Awesome, The Runaway, Nice Girl, Winds of Destiny, Change, Life-ending Fortune, Four-Leaf Clover
  • Domains: Magic, Death, Luck
  • Allies: Snow White, Anne Hanakoizumi, Scarlet Witch, The Fresh Pretty Cures, Shiroe
  • Enemies: The Incubators
  • One of Puk Pucks adoptive daughters, Premium Sachiko is a very cowardly girl who doesn't like hurting others so she tends to spend most of her time trying to avoid others.
  • Sachiko ascended to her position a while after her death when sh was being searched for by Puk Puck and targeted by Pfle because both of them wanted Sachiko for her magic contract.
  • Sachikos magic gives her access to a magic contract that allows whoever signs it to experience a moment of extreme luck but then experience a moment of extreme misfortune (Such as getting hit by a derailed train or a meteorite), usually resulting in their death.
    • Since Sachiko doesn't want people to die left and right from their greed, Sachiko spends most of her time in her temple and whenever she does need to leave her temple, she tries her best to avoid contact with others.
  • Not long after her ascension, Sachiko had caught wind of Snow Whites presence in the pantheon. Sachiko then made a beeline to the house of Profession to learn of the current state of the Land of Magic. Snow informed her that everything had remained as normal since Puk Puck had died. While Sachiko was deeply saddened by the news of Puk Pucks death, Sachiko was also glad to know that the people of the Lo M remained normal.
  • After she made friends with Anne Hanakoizumi and learned from her happiness in the face of constant unfortunate events, Sachiko became a lot cheerier in spite of the misfortunes she bestows upon others.
  • While they both can grant wishes to others that don't ever end in sunshine and rainbows for the recipient, Sachiko can't bring herself to like the Incubators because of their indifference towards the sadness their granted wishes cause or their recipients.
  • After hearing about Sachikos plight regarding her magic, Shiroe has been hard at work writing new contracts for to lessen the misfortune bestowed upon others.
  • Sachiko frequently gets targeted by the house of Crime despite the fact that Sachiko makes it well known that whoever uses her magic wouldn't be able to enjoy their fortune.

    The Pure Elements 
The Pure ElementsMembers , Goddesses of Power Crystals (Experimental Bodies Akari: Princess Inferno, Fire Body Nami: Princess Deluge, Water Body Chiko: Princess Quake, Earth Body Mei: Princess Tempest, Wind Body)
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In clockwise order: Princess Tempest, Princess Inferno, Princess Quake, Princess Deluge

Demigods

    Rom and Ram 
Rom and Ram, Goddesses of Magic Staves (White Sisters, Rom: Shy Little Girl Ram: Determined Little Girl)
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White Sisters 

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