Pantheon / Mammals

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Greater Gods

    Bugs Bunny 
Bugs Bunny, God of Karmic Trickery and Rascally Rabbits (Scwewy Wabbit, Wascawwy Wabbit, Long-Eared Galoot, Card-Sarn Idjit Rabbit)
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    Heracles 
Heracles, God-King of Horses
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: "AIR"
  • Allignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Cool Horse, Hero Killer, Titanic Size, Blow You Away, Aerovore, Immortality, From a Single Cell, Hellish Horse
  • Domain: Horses, Eight Kings
  • Followers: Daruma Horse, Janis Unicorn, Catastros
  • Enemies: Napoleon
  • Bearing the same name as the mythological hero, Heracles shocked many in the Pantheon with its ridiculously casual display of power when she snorted and blew off one side of Toriko's body. But Koku-Oh continued to stand proudly in the presence of one of the Eight Kings, and Heracles allowed him a place on Horse King Hill. The Beasts Pantheon was immediately seeded with fast-growing Air Trees for the diets of the fellow Aerovores that came into the Pantheon with Heracles.
  • Heracles has taken an interest in Godzilla, observing the God of Kaiju from afar, and Godzilla exchanged glances with him at one point. Many are worried about the Pantheon's survival if the two come to blows.
  • Hercules has expressed an interest in trying to tame the horse that bears his Greek name, and has tried to do so multiple times already. He was blown out of the Beast House and back into the House of Power every time with a contemptuous snort from Heracles for his troubles.
    • A notice was put up shortly after: Heracles is not meant for riding. That hasn't stopped Hercules from continuing to try.
  • He was seen smiling when he observed Rainbow Dash and Fluttershy playing with her young foal, a very rare sight indeed.
  • Recently gave birth to a healthy Herac foal when Komatsu successfully cooked AIR, and its Herac Response echoed throughout the entire Pantheon, and some believe the young foal will eventually grow up to succeed Heracles.
  • A heavy pressure radiated off of Heracles when she saw one of her rivals, the Monkey King Bambina, had entered into the Pantheon. Precautions have been taken to ensure the two don't come to blows.

    King Kong 
King Kong, God of Gorillas (The Eighth Wonder of the World, The Beast)
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  • Theme Song: The classic theme
  • Greater God.
  • Symbol: Himself standing on top of the Empire State Building
  • Alignment: Chaotic or True Neutral, depending on the viewpoint
  • Portfolio: Kaiju, destructive apes, having a more attractive partner, hailing from a dangerous place, Roaring Rampage of Revenge in New York City, tragic antagonistic deaths.
  • Domains: Apes, nature, inner beauty, strength, rage.
  • Followers: Kerchak, Tublat, Koko, Blizzard, Chaos, Kongor, George, and other gorillas of unusually large size.
  • Allies: Tarzan, Donkey Kong, The Librarian (Even though he's an Orangutan.), Son Goku, Sun Wukong
  • Enemies: Godzilla, Sharptooth, other carnivorous reptiles that remind him of the ones back on Skull Island (such as tyrannosaurs and 'raptors), biplanes, Frieza
  • Ascended to godhood when he defeated the King of Monsters: Godzilla. Though Godzilla won the first battle they had, King Kong had the luck of getting struck by thunder in the second fight.
  • In his mortal life, he was considered a god who had to be appeased through human sacrifices. Ever since he met Ann Darrow, he resorted to a more healthy eating habit.
  • Using thunder against King Kong is always considered a horrible idea when fighting him, since it gives a massive boost of strength. In fact, it made him strong enough to beat Godzilla to the bottom of the sea.
    • Due to this, he's Plan B for stopping Godzila's rampage when Plan A can't be enacted. (Plan A is have Fluttershy scold and him give him The Stare, which is more effective than it sounds).
  • Kong has a habit of changing his size, though he never becomes smaller than a T-rex or taller than a Kaiju. This is how he is able to go toe-to-toe against the King of the Monsters.
  • In his spare time, he tends to climb up and down on the tallest buildings of the House of Commerce. However, Kong knows they tend to respond with biplanes whenever it gets out of hand.
  • Has a vendetta against Frieza for his racist insult against monkeys, calling them filthy. However, Frieza really doesn't care, as he laughs it off because he blew up Kong's "planet" in one timeline.

    Sun Wukong 
Sun Wukong, The Monkey God (The Monkey King, The Handsome Monkey King, Protector of The Horse, Stone Monkey, Equaling Heaven Great Sage, Spirit Bright Stone Monkey, Son Gokuu, Monkey, Seiten Taisei)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: His Staff, Ruyi Jingu Bang, also known as the Compliant Pole, or to some, "Monkey King Bar".
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good at best or Chaotic Neutral at worst.
  • Portfolio: Carry a Big Stick, Inspiring hundreds of characters based on him, Mastering 72 Transformations, being a man of many tricks, possessing massive strength and speed, seeking a way to live forever.
  • Domains: Journeys, fighting, monkeys.
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Freeza (for being racist towards primates), Zeus (for looking down on him constantly)
  • Followers: Two others, named Wukong, another Monkey King, Infernape, Ozo
  • Odd Friendship: Most of the Equestrian abilities
  • His first day in the Pantheon consisted of him stealing the Aegis Shield from Zeus just for the sake of fun. The fight that ensued set much of the House of Beasts on fire, but it still proved to be a rather even fight between the two gods. Once the other gods managed to break to two warriors apart and return the shield to the Olympian King, they wondered how he was able to do it. His strange response was as follows: "Not the first time I have battled the old man. And if you thought that was impressive, you should see my fights against Guan Yu!"
  • Koku-Oh and Bela seem to be rather calm and happy around his presence, something that he hates due to his embarrassing first title. However, as evidenced in the world of Orochi, people say with some positive light that his horse-based moveset is quite a solid one (and that people will fear the day that Wukong gets himself a badass mount).
  • There are theories amongst the gods that Sun Wukong may have been the original creator of the Saiyans. Though there is little proof to support this claim, he does seem to get along well with Son Goku and a bit with Vegeta.
    • However, recently, it's starting to show that Wukong has had an epiphany with his name; it's been "stolen" by Goku via the same characters in a different reading. Because of this, Wukong's been getting annoyed by Dragon Ball fans having massive reactions when they're exposed to the Japanese script/dub of Warriors Orochi for the first time and hearing his name in on'yomi. Despite the fact that he's annoyed at people always using "Son Gokuu" to say "Sun Wukong" without even knowing it, Goku's willing to patch things up with the Monkey King, but is taking some time on the matter to make it count.
    • Some other gods are a bit worried when they also realize the Ox King from the Saiyan's universe ALSO has a ripoff name, from the Monkey King's sworn brother. Time will tell if the Handsome Monkey King will either give up or rage like there's no tomorrow.
    • He seemed to have found his answer when he discovered the existence of a separate timeline in which Goku's Super Saiyan powers were combined with the Saiyan's Great Ape form to create a brand new humanoid form with monkey fur and a slightly more apish face. This caused him to realize that Goku was truly an offshoot of him and not merely a name thief, to which he set out to study the process to unlocking this form, then teach it to Goku, who proceeded to get it done (with help from Bulma in producing the necessary conditions). Soon, Goku was drawn into a friendly challenge with Android 17, who'd also just achieved an ultimate upgrade originated from the same timeline; during this, Goku called himself the Ultimate Saiyan, which Wukong found more fitting and pleasing than the Super Saiyan 4 name the other timeline's Goku used, and ended up fighting Super Android 17 to a draw. Then Beerus, Whis, and the Super Saiyan God forms came along and eclipsed Ultimate Saiyan and Wukong was annoyed with Goku again.
  • Asura claims that Sun Wukong ripped off him at one point. His happy/suicidal response: "You say it like it's a bad thing!"
  • Sun Wukong is also occasionally seen in the Fields of Justice fighting with or against the likes of Garen, Darius, or his Runeterran counterpart, also named Wukong. Of course, Summoners always mistake him for a copy of the Runeterran Monkey King rather than the original one.
  • Can summon a cloud to fly around the pantheon, make clones of himself by pulling out a bunch of his hair and blowing on them (each hair turns into a clone), and has 72 Earthly Forms, allowing him into seventy-two different creatures. He also has several different appearances and voices for himself (such as the one dreamed up by a certain Jamie Hewlett).
  • Was rather disappointed that Sanzang wasn't in the pantheon; although he has gotten over it by now, he still wonders if he could somehow ascend his former master, not to mention his other fellow pilgrims...
    • Actually, he nearly got Sanzang into the Pantheon. But when the proposed title was in fact "Too Dumb to Live", an enraged Wukong beats up the suggester wildly. "Mock my master again, will you!?" As a result, the suggestion was pulled back.
      • However, with some portrayals like his Oriental Legend 2-portrayal taking the cake in some forms of badassery, and a few of his adaptations showing he's not as swayed as one thinks; Sanzang might make his way up there.
  • For some time after being elected to fight amongst the deities in the Battlefield of the Gods, Wukong suddenly went missing and his position was manned by the Howler Monkey God, Hun Batz. Apparently he was embarrassed that his prowess wasn't showing how much of a total badass he is. With a little help of Goku, Wukong was able to re-implement his badassery and returned, and rather than kicking Hun Batz from the position, he fought alongside or against him at times. He remarks that Hun Batz was an odd fellow and was facepalming on how the participants mistook him as the Wukong.
  • Not terribly fond, to say the least, of the robot that Doctor Wily built in his image, by dint of the fact that Buster Rod G is a bumbling idiot. Another type of robot from a similar universe, however, apparently reminds Wukong himself that he was likely inspired by the Hindu deity Hanuman, though he feels thankful that at least he and Hanuman don't actually share the same name.
  • A good way to make him mad is to remind him of his former position as Protector of the Horse. However, this made things complicated when Sun Wukong met the Equestrian deities. Back during his journey, his former position was recognized by the various mortal horses, who looked upon him with reverence. Similar reactions occurred as many of Equestria's ascended denizens felt at ease and in awe of him. The ponies are among the only individuals who could call him Protector of the Horse without making him mad, since they're literally calling him a great protector. Sun's views are not known, though he has spoken highly of Princess Celestia, having compared her to Guanyin.
  • On the recommendation of Mei-Ling Zhou, Wukong became acquaintated with Winston and was impressed with how he made his electric shock gun into a semi-replica of Ruyi Jingu-Bang. "I wish my staff can shoot out lightning too."

    Xerneas 
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Xerneas, God of Marvelous Deer (the Life Pokémon, The Tree of Life)
  • Theme Song: Battle! Xerneas, Yveltal, Zygarde (shared with the other two Pokémon in that track's title)
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: A stylized blue X
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Gender: Genderless
  • Ability: Fairy Aura
  • Moveset: Geomancy, Moonblast, Thunderbolt, Psychic
    • Z-Move: Twinkle Tackle
  • Portfolio: Marvelous deer, Fay spirits, DNA, Exotic Eye Designs, granting eternal life, an X motif, Total Party Kills
  • Domains: Life, Deer, Fairies
  • Followers: The Deer God, the Deer of Shimmerwood, The Great Prince (Bambi's father), Stantler, Deerling, Sawsbuck
  • Allies: Yveltal, Tinker Bell, Ash Ketchum, Arceus, Pikachu, Fluttershy, Snow White, Bambi, Yuna, Diancie, Ratatoskr
  • Enemies: Hexxus, Shinryu, Grima, Frieza, Specimen 8, Zhaitan
  • In a flash of light, one of the oldest trees of the Bestiary suddenly vanished. Xerneas began roaming the Pantheon from then on.
  • Xerneas has been under attack at an alarming frequency by other members of the Pantheon for being able to grant eternal life to mortals. Why so many gods want this power when they themselves are already immortal is a mystery outside of common greed.
    • Of course, the gods of this pantheon can die, it just isn't permanent, and some respawn faster than others. Perhaps they seek to truly avoid death?
    • Of these gods, Frieza and Voldemort covet Xerneas' immortality the most. Frieza wants a back-up in case his rematch with Goku goes badly, and Voldemort is sick of using horcruxes.
  • When not in any danger, Xerneas is always found among the trees, carrying an air of serenity around it.
  • Is very willing to stand by Arceus in its conflict against Zeedmilleniumon, and has proven a dependable ally.
  • Is implied to have some sort of connection with Serena, on account of "Xerneas" being an anagram of "Serena", plus an "X"; a trait shared with the members of Organization XIII.
  • Is oddly feared by Bahamut and a few other dragons, though Xerneas has shown no hostility toward the good-aligned ones.
  • Has been known to eat Power Herbs, which greatly speeds up it's Geomancy. Do not let Xerneas do this if you're not on it's side.
    • Especially during the 4th Super Smash Bros. tournament, where a summoned Xerneas can redirect its Geomancy buffs to the summoner, allowing that summoner to launch his opponents farther with his attacks.
  • Has recently lended its powers to a boy named d.
  • Despite not being an Aeon, Xerneas has granted Yuna with the ability to summon it whenever she can.
  • Xerneas is one of the few gods Ratatoskr doesn't actively try to piss off. This may be due to the fact that something about the Deer God reminds him of Yggdrasil. Xerneas is usually kind enough to let the nutty squirrel climb on its horns without complaint.
  • Some believe Xerneas' power to grant eternal life is the reason Ash Ketchum always remains a ten-year-old. So far, both Xerneas and Ash have not commented on this.
  • Though they have never met, Xerneas detests the idea of turning animals into monsters; something Specimen 8 actively does, to deer nonetheless.

Intermediate Gods

    Antasma 
Antasma, God of Monstrous Bats (The Bat King)
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  • Theme: Antasma's Theme, The Final Antasma Battle (for fighting)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His mask and fanged grin
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Bat out of Hell, working with other villains, Vampire Vords, Dream Walker, Thinking Up Portals, acting as a pastiche of past Mario & Luigi villains, the ability to create a Dream Within a Dream, Emotion Eater, Big Bad Wannabe
  • Domains: Nightmares, Bats, Villainy, Darkness
  • Allies: Bowser (or so he thought)
  • Opposed By: Mario, Luigi, Peach, Bowser, Batty Koda, Riku
  • Antasma's ascension was literally like a Bat out of Hell. After his demise, Antasma conjured a dream portal in order to escape from his afterlife, and eventually found his way to the Pantheon through the dream world.
  • Ever since the incident where Bowser betrayed him, Antasma has been seeing red. Bowser is at the very top of his list of enemies because of it, and Antasma vows to get even. Anyone who crosses paths with him is in for a world of hurt. He'd also like to get revenge on Mario and Luigi, but first things first...
  • Antasma's true power is awakened when he is inside dreams. He takes on a larger and far more imposing form, and is capable of putting any Dream Walker that arrives to sleep, warping them to a nightmare realm where he can endlessly torment them until they either die or find a way out. The GUAE has taken an interest.
    • Due to this, Antasma looks forward to the chance to attempt this on Riku.
  • Should Antasma find himself hurt, he can summon his signature snack - Antasmunchies - so that he may eat them for a power boost. He can also sleep upside-down (he's a bat, after all) and allow the Antasmunchies to heal him. Anyone else who eats an Antasmunchie simply falls asleep and suffers nightmares.
  • He can also summon his music speaker and play the Dreambeats to put anyone in the vicinity to sleep, though covering one's ears can help them stay awake.
  • Some people avoid talking to him, as they don't like his constant screeching during his monologues.
  • Being another god of bats, Antasma considers Batty Koda a rival. The latter is actually afraid of Antasma.
  • Antasma was at one time just a normal bat, but by somehow feeding off of the nightmares of a Pi'illo he gained the power to become the nightmare being he is now.

    Lord Fredrik 
Lord Fredrik, God of Evil Walruses (The Snowmad King)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Snowmad Emblem, and his horn
  • Theme Music: Volcano Dome
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Evil, Fighting Ruler, agility in spite of his girth, wielding a magical horn, summoning ice dragons with said horn, Endless Winter
  • Domains: Conquest, Ice, Walruses, Vikings
  • Followers: The Snowmads
  • Allies: Bashmaster
  • Enemies: Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong Cranky Kong, Elsa, Ymir the Tusk, the entire Main House
  • Rival: King K. Rool
  • He's quite Acrofatic despite being an Adipose Rex, which may have been what helped him earn his seat. He can keep up with Donkey Kong himself through the use of electric helmet horn tackles, and jumping around. Then there's getting into his ice powers and dragons...
  • There are many fat kings and queens, but none of them dare to think of conquering the Pantheon. Lord Fredrik, on the other hand, will conquer all that he sees, including the Pantheon. His ship appeared on the horizon of the Pantheon's ocean view, and he blew into his horn to summon an ice dragon to create an Endless Winter in the Pantheon.
  • Lord Fredrik led a force to take the Main House, but was outclassed by all of the Gods within, especially after calling in the Kong family to help out. This would normally have Lord Fredrik removed from the Pantheon or worse, but the GUAE- impressed by his accomplishments- managed to pull some strings, and he now has a seat in the House of Royalty.
  • That time he conquered Donkey Kong Island was merely another conquest for Fredrik, but after Donkey Kong and his family beat him up and kicked him out, he's developed a deep grudge for the Kongs, and is planning revenge on them in the Pantheon, starting with a siege on the House of Weapons. But given how well-armed the house is, this may not come to pass.
  • King K. Rool is quite jealous of how Fredrik managed to completely take over Donkey Kong's home and have him removed. Fredrik himself doesn't like that there's someone else who's out to get Donkey Kong, so he and K. Rool have become rivals.
  • Due to his knack for causing an Endless Winter as a means of warfare, Elsa finds him quite offensive, giving her trope a bad image.

    Po 
Po Ping, God of Pandas (The Dragon Warrior, Kung Fu Panda, The Big Fat Panda, Little Lotus)
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  • Theme Song: Kung Fu Fighting (Kung Fu Panda cover)
  • Intermediate God ( Greater God if he's given, note given, enough Chi)
  • Symbol: The Dragon Scroll
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Strength Through Obesity, Ditzy Geniuses, Kung-Fu, Ascended Fanboys, Awesomeness, Supreme Chefs, Big Eaters, Has 2 dads, eventually growing in power
  • Domains: Pandas, Martial Arts
  • Herald: Master Shifu (to represent the red pandas while Po represents the giant pandas)
  • Followers: Panda, Lao Jiu
  • Allies: The Furious Five, Chen and Li Li Stormstout, The Panda King, Noel Vermillion, Litchi Faye-Ling, Rufus and Bob, Wreck-it Ralph, Ling Xiaoyu, Shrek, Trafalgar Law, Scyther, all martial artist deities in the Pantheon.
  • Friendly Rival: The Murray
  • Enemies: Lord Shen, Tai Lung
  • Spends a lot of time in the House of Combat, partially to train with other martial arts legends but also so he can gawk in awe at them, to the point that he has decided to carve figurines of all of his favorite legends at the House of Craft.
    • Has a rivalry with The Murray due to how similar they are. They've fought each other in eating competitions and fights between The Murray's wrestling and Po's kung-fu. They've been banned from driving go-karts after they nearly destroyed the House of Travel in one of their races.
  • He's also known to be very good at cooking, and sometimes aids his father (a goose) in making delicious noodles for everyone to enjoy.
  • Occasionally visits the House of Personal Appearance, particularly Litchi's house, to visit his 'little brother' Lao Jiu, offering to teach him as much Kung-Fu as a miniature panda can muster. Lao Jiu is always reluctant to accept, but Po is always happy to meet other pandas in the Pantheon. Sometimes Po also shares noodle-cooking and Kung-Fu skills with Litchi.
    • Is known to immediately cheer up Noel Vermillion whenever she's having a bad day.
  • Recently, the Wisdom Panda has made a challenge to Po to see who really should be the God of Pandas.
  • When he was called for ascension, he had to climb a multitude of stairs to reach the Pantheon. Needless to say, it took him a while to get up there.
  • After looking for a worthy High Priest, Po settled on Chen Stormstout, who also doubles as Po's Trainer in his patented Drunken Boxing. When the oddity of a high priest giving a god combat training seemed a bit backward and that Chen should take up the position, the Brewmaster declined, stating that he's too focused on living life and enjoying his drinks to settle down for the responsibilities of godhood.
    • …Until Po suggested that Chen could be a potentially good candidate for Drunken Master, which prompted Chen to challenge the current holder and win himself a spot in the Pantheon. Po is really happy that his trainer now is able to come here more often.
  • He gave a big bear hug to his friends, the Furious Five, when they ascended into the Pantheon. His stay in the Pantheon wasn't the same without them, so he could finally eat and fight with them.
  • After the events of Kung Fu Panda 3, Po has just taken a huge bump up on the other alliances in terms of threat level. Now, not only can he fight as a master of Kung Fu, and deflect cannonballs, but he's also a master of Chi too. As such, the GUAC, GUAL and GUAE take him far more seriously—especially since he's started teaching Kung fu and Chi to the rest of the GUAG.
    • During that time that he met up with Uncle Chan, the uncle of Jackie Chan, who is amazed at how Po is so good with chi. Po is now learning to be a Chi Wizard and gets to hang out with Jade and Tohru (and of course Jackie Chan) more often.

    Ren Akiyama/Kamen Rider Knight 
Ren Akiyama, God of Bat Combat (Kamen Rider Knight)
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Kamen Rider Knight 
  • Theme Song: "Lonely Soldier"
  • Rank: Intermediate God (Greater God as Knight Survive)
  • Symbol: The Knight Advent Deck
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Seondary Riders, Badass Biker, Badass Cape, Teaming with Darkwing as his Contract Monster, Lightning Bruiser, Took a Level in Kindness, Considers Shinji Kido as his only Friend, The Last Rider Standing.
  • Domains: Combat, Mirrors, Bats, Knights, Death Games, Tragedy.
  • Herald: Darkwing.
  • Allies: All Ascended Toku Heroes (especially his brethren Secondary Riders), Bruce Wayne/Batman, Katniss Everdeen, Connor and Duncan McLeod, Shiki, Rouge the Bat, Sayaka Miki, Iona Hikawa/Cure Fortune.
  • Vitriolic Best Buds With: Shinji Kido/Kamen Rider Ryuki.
  • Enemies: All Ascended Toku Villains, Gleeman Vox, The Kurgan, Monokuma and his Mastermind, Sark, Antasma, Nobuyuki Sugou/Oberon the Fairy King.
  • Conflicting Opinion: Kaito Kumon/Kamen Rider Baron.
  • Ascended from the Toku Base's Knight Division after he became the sole victor of the Rider Battle back in the Mirror World, Ren was originally a cold loner who fights constantly and frequently unemployed due to that said personality until he accepted Shiro Kanzaki's offer after receiving his Advent Deck as he joined the war between the 13 Riders as Kamen Rider Knight with his Contract Monster Darkwing in order to win the battle so he can heal his fiance Eri Ogawa, who was mysteriously put into coma due to her encounter with Darkwing.
  • Shinji was glad that Ren had made into the pantheon proper, however even he treats Shinji as a friend, the two of them might clashes in battle someday.
  • He is also allies with Batman due to them having the same bat motif in their heroic forms. They were often seen working together fighting their respective adversaries.
    • He also became allies with Shiki since both uses bats to fight their enemies. Of course since his rider motif was based on a knight too, Shiki starts calling him "Knighty" much to Ren's dismay.
    • On the other hand, he became enemies with Antasma due to his nature as an evil bat. They often seen dueling whenever they crossed paths in the pantheon.
  • He is somewhat being close friends with Sayaka Miki since both gained powers due to their similar wish of healing their loved ones.
  • Due to his participation in the deadly Rider Battle back in the Mirror World, he gained a symphaty towards the McLeods and Katniss Everdeen after knowing their similar stories of them being participants of death games in their respective universe.
  • He became enemies with the Kurgan since the immortal warrior's thirst for battle reminding him too much of Takeshi Asakura.
  • He also gaining an ire on Gleeman Vox after he heard of him running his Death Game called the "DreadZone II" in the Gladiator's Pit which reminds him of his time in the Mirror World. Because of this, he joins the fray along with Shinji and the rest of the deities who had involved in a death game in the past in order to stop this devilish game once and for all.
    • This will also apply his hate towards Sark, Monokuma, and Junko Enoshima, since they initiated their respective death game in their respective universe.
  • Also gained an ire towards Ryoma Sengoku since the mad scientist's actions of creating Rider belts and distribute it to the Beat Riders of Zawame which leads them in a war between Riders reminding him of Shiro Kanzaki's actions. Because of this, Ren joins the other heroic Riders to stop Ryoma's malicious plans.
  • Had a conflicting of sorts with Kaito Kumon because Ren thought the Knight-themed Armored Rider walked in his footsteps after he found that Kaito's reason of being a Rider is to break the world's status quo through the power of the Forbidden Fruit, which Ren cannot accept his ways.
  • He can also be seen in the House of Combat.

    Sly Cooper 
Sly Cooper, God of Rascally Raccoons and Gentleman Thieves (Ringtail)
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Lesser Gods

    Bambi 
Bambi, God of Woodland Creatures
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A pair of antlers. Alternatively, a butterfly.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Bambification, Being tougher than he looks, Being a Heartwarming Orphan, Infamous Tear Jerker moments.
  • Domains: Forest animals, animals who've been wronged by mankind, orphaned animals
  • Allies: Sora, Fluttershy, Littlefoot, Jerry, N, Batty Koda, Xerneas, David the Gnome
  • Followers: The Great Prince, Faline, Flower, Thumper, Skippy Squirrel.
  • Enemies: Hunters, rival male deers, Godzilla, Hexxus, most carnivores, Gaston.
  • He will not go anywhere near Godzilla, due to a certain incident back in the 1960's.
  • He still believes Humans Are the Real Monsters after what happened to his mother (He especially loathes Gaston since he was the one who killed her); however, in spite of this, there are a few humans he has managed to warm up to and considers exceptions:
    • It all started when he took an unusually quick shine to N, which he thought made no sense until he learned about N's close connection to Pokémon. N sympathized with Bambi's view of humans and told him about how he grew up with and held the same exact belief, before the nobler humans that he met over the course of his journeys were thankfully able to prove him wrong. This was able to convince Bambi to start opening up to the idea of becoming friends with humans.
    • Eventually, Steve Irwin was able to win him over by continually demonstrating his long-term commitment to keep everyone in the Bestiary, animal and non-animal, safe and sound from threats both foreign and within.
    • He is also occasionally seen in the company of Jean-Luc Picard, who he says sounds a lot like his father.
  • Many members of the House of Beasts are worried that he has been hanging out with the pig Napoleon a lot as of recently, speaking about how evil humans are. Bambi, however, seems conflicted; there are now two people in the pantheon who sound like his father, and they have conflicting worldviews. He doesn't know who to trust...
  • Has actually allied himself with Sora twice before.

    Bashmaster 
Bashmaster the Unbreakable, God of Evil Bears
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Snowmad Emblem, and his hammer
  • Theme Music: Punch Bowl
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Wielding a hammer, ice powers, Lost Food Grievance, being able to leap off the screen In a Single Bound
  • Domains: Ice, Bears, Eating
  • Followers: The Snowmads, Mor'du, the San Diego Zoo bears, Kuma II.
  • High Priest: The Rabid Bear
  • Allies: Lord Fredrik, Teddie.
  • Enemies: Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong Cranky Kong, Winnie the Pooh, Po.
  • The biggest reason Bashmaster is in the Pantheon is because he is one of Fredrik's lieutenants, and was with him at the time of Fredrik's attempted conquering of the Pantheon, even causing his fair share of damage. Like Fredrik, he was defeated by the Main House and the Kong family, but managed to find his own place in the Pantheon.
  • Bashmaster serves as a darker application of Pooh's trope. Bashmaster cares not for any of the bears in the pantheon who aren't as strong as he is, therefore Pooh is on his blacklist. He also finds Po to be quite annoying, despite being quite strong.
  • When not causing chaos for the Snowmads, Bashmaster lounges around his temple, licking one of his many fruit popsicles. Destroying or otherwise making sure Bashmaster can't finish his snack is the one surefire way to get him into a rampage.
  • Hammer-wielding gods in the Pantheon admire how his hammer is designed to cause maximum damage and can even create ice projectiles, but recommend that he make both ends spiny, so that people can no longer jump onto the flat end and then onto his head.
  • Has actually forged a friendship after realizing he was Not So Different from Teddie, due to the latter proving to be a strong bear (or bear-like creature), having an affinity for ice, and also being a fan of popsicles (or "Topsicles").

    Excadrill 
Excadrill, God of Drill Moles (Subterrene Pokémon, Simole)
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    Felicia & Jon Talbain 
Felicia & Jon Talbain, The Divine Female Feline & Male Canine Duo (Talbain: Gallon, Barky)
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    Killer Rabbit 
The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog, God of Little, Lethal Creatures (The most foul, cruel and bad tempered rodent you ever set eyes on)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A bloodstained white rabbit
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Badass Adorable, Deadly Fluffy White Bunnies, Arthurian Legend, Ascended to Carnivorism
  • Domains: Bunnies, Murder, Cuteness
  • Followers: Infernal Spawn of Evilnote , Vorpal Rabbits, The Fury, Bunnicula, Coney Dewclaw, Bun-Bun
  • Enemies: the Catachan Devil, Sir Lancelot, Reisen Udongein Inaba, Springtrap, Hoto Cocoa, Kafuu Chino, Tedeza Rize, Ujimatsu Chiya and Kirima Sharo
  • Master: Tewi Inaba
  • Fears: John Marston
  • Ascended to the immortal plain upon meeting its Achilles' Heel: High explosives, charged with a powerful divine blessing.
  • Even the Catachan Devil avoids it, since it's not sure of its chances and it doesn't wanna lose to a freaking bunny.
  • Constantly tries to take over the house owned by Useless Little Bunny Only Good For Her Sex Appeal to ensure its dominance as the only God of Bunnies. However, its attempts always end in eye contact with Reisen and reliving its destruction with high explosives.
  • His flesh-eating ways and tendency to wreak carnage completely traumatized Fluttershy, Friend to All Living Things, when she tried to pet the cute little white bunny and it didn't work out too well. Thankfully, The Stare kicked in on time to prevent her from being mangled and devoured.
  • Rumor has it that Bun-Bun seeks to usurp him.
  • Arturia hates him with a passion, as Deadpool will never stop mentioning how her knights were beaten by it.
  • Despite its fearsome reputation, there are those who would still willingly challenge it to combat. A group of six mighty warriors gained much fame by besting the beast in combat without the use of holy explosives.
  • For whatever reason, he has gained enough hatred forwards Steve? that in rare occasions he will exit his temple in order to bite his face off.
  • When Reisen stepped out of her position as the Goddess of Bunnies, The Killer Rabbit tried to kill Rabbit in order to become the God of Rabbits, thinking that Reisen was completely gone. However, Reisen quickly blasted The Rabbit of Carbannog before anything would happen.
  • Tried to attack Hibari, or more accurately, the bunny which she can summon. He ended getting shocked by the bunny before Hibari kicked him away.
  • The one bunny-related creature it has never once attacked is Springtrap. He beats out even it in the scariness department.
  • One day, Tewi have come infront of his cave to meet him. Chasing the intruder away, the Rabbit have come to attack her. After a bout of fighting that involed a carrot and Holy Hand Grenade, he have been captured by Tewi and forced to become her's surbodinate.
    • The Rabbit feared no deity (except those wielding the Holy Hand Grenade), until the day John Marston arrived. At first, the Rabbit thought him an easy kill as he was fast and immune to bullets. All that changed with a double unload of Dead Eye-infused Buffalo Rifle shots with blessed phosphorous bullets. All the Rabbit remembered after it was revived in the House of Life and Death was a huge headache and the flash of blue phosphorus. Since then, it stays as far away from the ex-outlaw, even if Tewi forbade John to come near it again.

    Miltank 
Miltank, Goddess of Bovines (The Milk Cow Pokémon, Sailor Moo)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A bottle of Moo Moo Milk
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Gender: Female
  • Ability: Scrappy
  • Moves: Milk Drink, Rollout, Stomp, Attract
  • Portfolio: High HP, High Defense, and High Speed, Friend to All Children, feminine pink, Secret Art: milk that heals, mother of the team, Wake-Up Call Boss under Whitney's command
  • Domains: Cows, Milk, Surprising Strength and Speed
  • Followers: Bat-Cow, Gene, Cow Knights, Grunties, Ushi, the Wild West COW Boys Of Moo Mesa, Arizona
  • Allies: Ash Ketchum, Pikachu, Misty, Brock, N Harmonia, Ruby Rose, Baine Bloodhoof, Applejack (a farmer who knows her way around cows), Audino (a fellow support Pokémon), Elite Tauren Chieftain, Tauros (her mate), many child deities, especially in the Children sub-house, with the exception of the nasty ones
  • Enemies: Team Rocket, Ghetsis Harmonia, Lysandre, those cruel to animals, antagonists to farms
  • Opposed by: lactose-intolerant mortals and deities
  • Opposes: Edward Elric
  • Miltank's milk is packed with nutrition, making it the ultimate beverage for the sick or weary, a very tasty drink for many, and can heal Pokémon.
  • It is said that kids who drink Miltank's milk grow up to become hearty, healthy adults. Ruby Rose fully sponsors this for some reason, and so does Kaguya. She's since become a valuable asset in the House of Food's kitchens.
  • A lot of scientists have been wondering how Miltank developed the body parts needed for milk production as she, like all Pokémon, came from eggs.
  • As a result of the Pokémon Partnership program, there have been arguments as to whom she should be partners with; Baine Bloodhoof or Kaguya Nanbu. The two have taken turns in appealing for the Milk Cow Pokémon's partnership. While Miltank herself sees some bovine commonality with Baine, she also sees Kaguya as another appealing choice with her outfit colors (more perverted individuals muttered something about cows being associated with large breasts). Eventually, she decided on Kaguya; when her mate, Tauros, ascended, he became Baine's partner.
    • Speaking of Tauros, when the multi-tailed bull-like Pokémon ascended, Miltank was the first to greet him. The reunion was a heartwarming one.
  • For those who look down on the Normal-type for its mundanity, Miltank is a reminder that they should underestimate such types at their own peril. This Miltank, having taken on the same moveset and ability as the dreaded [[one owned by Whitney, can bring the hurt with the increasing-damage attack known as Rollout, the STABnote  called Stomp that makes opponents flinch, Attract to leave male Pokémon vulnerable, and Milk Drink to patch herself up. On top of a beefy defense (*ba-dum-tsh*) and surprising speed, she also has the Scrappy ability, which means she can also land hits on ghosts, which her type are normally incapable of even touching.
  • Was absolutely insulted when she heard that Edward Elric called her milk "cow's piss", and plans to give him a piece of her mind when he least expects it.
  • Elite Tauren Chieftain got along with Miltank as well, not only because of bovine kinship, but also because he really loves the color pink.
  • The Mob was once again thrilled to have a representative of a Pokémon they allied with in the Pantheon. The Miltank in question being a fan of the Sailor Moon gods and nicknaming herself after the titular character. Also stated to have a crush on a Venusaur known as Tux.

    Mojo Jojo 
Mojo Jojo, The Maniac Monkey God
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    Pepe Le Pew 
Pepe Le Pew, God of Skunks
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    Rhydon 
Rhydon, God of Rhinoceri (The Drill Pokémon)
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    Toon Patrol 
Toon Patrolmembers , the Wicked Weasels (The Weasels, The Weasel Patrol; Smart Ass: Smarty, Smart Guy, Wiseguy)
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  • Theme Music: The Weasels (Version A), (Version B)
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: A 1937 Dodge Humpback panel truck with the Toon Patrol emblem on it
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Quirky Miniboss Squad, The Dreaded, For the Evulz, Obviously Evil, Wicked Weasels, Not So Harmless Villains, Toons that are Helping Someone who Hates Toons get rid of Toons, Laughter as a Weakness (Which does All of them Except Smart Ass in)
  • Domains: Weasels, Villainy, Insanity
  • Allies: Judge Doom, The Psycho Rangers, The Koopalings, Nack, Alex DeLarge
  • Enemies: Roger Rabbit, Jessica Rabbit, Ripper Roo, Mickey Mouse, various other toons, most of the House of Justice
  • Opposes: Duck Hunt Dog, Luxanna Crownguard, Kardel Sharpeye, Naga
  • Distrusts (especially for Smart Ass): The Ginyu Force, most of the House of Laughter
  • Despite the fact that they are called the Toon Patrol, they don't seem to have done much in the way of law enforcement. In fact, these weasels appear to be using their position as law enforcers just to cause chaos (they're hired by Judge Doom, himself a crooked judge). However, laughter is a shared weakness between them, as reminded by Smart Ass, their leader.
    • Aside from Smart Ass, the rest of the quintet consists of Greasy (he wears a green outfit and is apparently the number two of the group), Wheezy (a chain smoker), Stupid (as stupid as his name would suggest), and Psycho (the most insane out of an already insane group). They are every bit as wicked and ruthless as Judge Doom is in spite of the group's quirks.
  • Nack was once on another endeavor when he encountered the group by chance. The five have taken an interest in him and have occassionally hired him to go along with the Patrol's schemes. On his end, Nack seems to be OK with having met additional weasels, even if he admits that they're a bit too crazy for him.
  • By virtue of being villain squads, the Weasels have gotten along very well with both the Psycho Rangers and the Koopalings. The three groups have been working together on occasion to improve their effectiveness in confronting the heroes.
    • Strangely enough, this does not extend to the Ginyu Force, since despite being effective in combat even though that group is known for being silly, the Weasels (especially Smart Ass) feel that said silliness may lead to problems for the Toon Patrol, mainly uncontrollable laughter as a result of the Ginyu Force's hamminess and Smart Ass doesn't want that to happen, despite the Force's insistence on flair.
  • Many members of the House of Justice (the ones that aren't corrupt, that is) don't like them for presenting themselves as a "law enforcement" group, only to do that just to instill terror on others. The Weasels' association with a Hanging Judge just worsened the relationship between them and that house.
  • For the most part, the Weasels have a fairly cordial relationship with Alex DeLarge, given their penchant for creating chaos for the hell of it and they often like to share their exploits with each other. That said, the Weasels have a hunch that Alex's craziness may be a bit too much for them since they learned through these same conversations that Alex has done far worse things than what the Patrol has done.
  • They once tried to get Ripper Roo to work alongside them. It didn't work out as the weasels' offer was rejected via them getting blasted out of Roo's location by explosives. The weasels later decided the talk wasn't worth it since Roo's Split Personality schtick (having a smart side and a Laughing Mad side) would have been too much for them to handle anyways.
  • The fact that there was a place dedicated to laughter was something that Smart Ass did not take well. The laughs of those that reside there such as Kardel Sharpeye and Naga are enough to make him cringe easily. Not only that, but there are others that don't reside there whose laughs are just as annoying as those two.
    • The laughter issue seems to be the reason why an alliance between the Patrol and The Joker is unlikely for now (even though the Weasels admitted that they are interested in working with him). The fact that The Joker has a presumably lethal form of laughing gas with him put Smart Ass on edge.
  • Despite the fact that they are trying their best not to laugh that much, there have been moments where the weasels (even Smart Ass) are prone to laughing at something stupid. Many others have assumed that the warnings of Smart Ass to the other weasels not to laugh is only applicable whenever they're on duty.
  • Supposedly, there were two additional weasels (Slimy and Flasher, according to select reports) besides these five (and the aforementioned five probably weren't even called what they were initially). That said, no one has bothered to look for them, out of fear that they might be as insane as the current five.
    • In addition, there may have been a sixth weasel in the group (reportedly called Sleazy), but the current weasels are not interested in talking about it.
  • Even though there were similar looking weasels serving Pete one time or ones that just have a similar appearance in general, these five weasels have no connection at all to those aforementioned ones.
  • Since the weasels were originally killed off before they learned what Judge Doom really is, they don't have any knowledge of that truth. There is uncertainty about how they will react to the truth about Doom, but the Patrol is very much content with causing chaos and misery regardless of if the aforementioned truth comes to them or not.

    Twitch 
Twitch, God of Mean Rats (the Plague Rat, Sneakrat, Shitrat)
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    Winston (Overwatch
Winston, God of Space Primates (Monkey, Harambe)
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  • Lesser God (borderline Intermediate if he is enraged)
  • Symbol: His Glasses, which belonged to his father; alternatively, a jar of Peanut Butter
  • Theme Song: "The World Could Always Use More Heroes" (shares with Tracer)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good with Lawful leanings
  • Portfolio: Born and raised on the moon as part of a special program, Adorkable, Badass Baritone, Barrier Warrior, The Big Guy, Deflector Shields, Deployable Cover, Handy Feet, Jump Jet Pack, Lightning Bruiser, Power Armor, Looking to recall all Overwatch agents even if it is illegal, Primal Rage
  • Domains: Gorillas, Scientist, Electricity, Rage
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Reaper, Widowmaker, Mojo Jojo
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Soldier: 76
  • Winston is a brilliant scientist who happens to be a talking Gorilla. He grew up in a base on the moon and, given his rapid brain development, he was taken under the wing of Dr. Harold Winston, the man he considers a father. However, his peers were unhappy about Winston's special treatment and revolted, killing everyone in the facility, including Dr. Winston. This made a big impact on Winston, who took the deceased doctor's name and returned to Earth, where he became one of the most important members of Overwatch.
  • Winston is unfazed whenever someone expresses amazement at him because he reminds a lot of deities of a certain famous gorilla. He actually got to meet the real Donkey Kong and actually found him to be a pretty nice fellow.
  • He can often be seen in the House of Food eating Peanut Butter. Apparently, he has a crippling addiction to it and he often gets excited by the smallest mention of it.
    Winston: Did someone say "peanut butter"?
    • On the other hand, unlike most other primates, he doesn't like bananas, so it's not advisable to offer him one. He gets that often, but not enough to make him fly to a primal rage.
    Winston: For the last time, no more bananas!
    • He does realize that it should be unnatural, and made sure that at least he'll fix that addiction for 2017.
    Winston: My New Year resolution? Less peanut butters, more bananas.
  • Between their voices and their tendency to display incredible strength when they're angry, Winston has developed a strong friendship with Shizuo Heiwajima.
  • Has bonded with Caesar over the fact that they are both Uplifted Animals, although at first Winston was hesitant to meet him, given his past with his fellow gorillas who revolted back on the moon. On the other hand, he doesn't like Mojo Jojo because he reminds him of those same gorillas that killed his caretaker.
  • Winston has found that he is technically not the only ape from space; there is the Saiyan race that has the ability to turn into giant, destructive apes. While initially he was scared of meeting such people, he did end up befriending Vegeta and especially Goku.
  • Mei often likes to compare Winston to Sun Wukong, which got awkward once both got to meet the Monkey King himself. Winston was fanboying the moment he met him since he was reminded about the times his caretaker would read him the story of Journey to the West, and Wukong was certainly happy that Winston decided to pay homage to him when the Lunar New Year arrived.
  • Many deities from the DC universe initially confused Winston with Gorilla Grodd, but thankfully everything was cleared up before anyone was hurt. Superman especially values how idealistic and heroic Winston is.
  • Winston has no family ever since he abandoned the moon. Overwatch used to be like his surrogate family until it was shut down, making him feel alone for a couple years until he decided to recall all agents. Even then, Tracer and her girlfriend Emily do spend Christmas with Winston so he doesn't feel lonely.
  • It's heavily advised not to break his glasses since those are an important memento to him. If you do, you might trigger his Primal Rage; just ask Reaper.
  • Became very good friends with Tarzan when the two learned that they have very similar background; the two were raised by a different species who cared for them deeply, gorillas for Tarzan and humans for Winston, they have a desire to help and protect others, and they feel strongly of the importance of family regardless if they are related by blood.
  • "Imagination is the essence of discovery"

Demigods

    Chip and Dale 
Chip and Dale, Heralds of the Mouse World (Dale: Rubber Bando)
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Quasideities

    Babe 
Babe, God of Pigs (Pig, The Sheep-Pig, The Gallant Pig, a Large White)
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: The phrase "That'll do, pig."
  • Theme Song: If I Had Words (Mice version)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: All-Loving Hero, A pig named Pig, Friend to All Living Things, Heartwarming Orphan, adopted by a sheepdog, Cute pig, Stayed young looking in the movies
  • Domains: Pig, Adoption
  • Followers: Wilbur, Gordy, Waddles
  • Allies: The Farmer, Fluttershy, Jake the Dog, Clifford, Krypto, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Ampharos
  • Enemies: Napoleon, Pudge, Wolf O'Donnell, evil cat deities
  • He arrived in the Pantheon after he was chosen to be a representative of pigs. Resting in a barn that serves as his temple, he found a home other than the Hoggett's farm.
  • Nobody actually gave him a real name since his mother called all of her babies "Babe" and the farm went with it. Even his other name, Pig, was given because Mr. Hoggett wasn't interested in him at first. Hence, people decided to officially name him "Babe".
  • He dislikes the idea of being eaten by people, but he managed to avert this fate by becoming a sheep-pig, herding sheep when called for. Granted, he basically asks them to move, but whatever works. He is rather friendly to the sheep and, as a result, managed to befriend Ampharos, a sheep-like Pokémon.
    • He also knows the secret password for sheep, so that unfamiliar sheep could trust him. "Baa-ram-ewe. Baa-ram-ewe. To your breed, your fleece, your clan be true. Sheep be true. Baa-ram-ewe."
  • Though he is happy to find a bunch of friendly dogs in the Pantheon — this makes sense because his new family were a pack of sheepdogs — he is aware that sheep dislike dogs because they are like wolves to them. He learned why they call them that as a bunch of wild dogs attacked Hoggett's sheep herd and one of them killed Maa.
  • He directly opposes Napoleon for giving pigs a bad name, and for claiming that human are evil while doing evil deeds himself. The communist pig sees him not as a threat, but as a naive little one who has no idea what is going on.
  • Babe is horrified to find that there is at least one butcher in the Pantheon, and believes that he'll cut him up and serve him on a plate. Fortunately, Pudge doesn't seem interested in slaughtering a little piglet. Then again, he somehow got fresh meat from a rock monster, skeletons, plague bearers and balls of light, so it might not matter.
  • The Nostalgia Critic pointed out how his follower Gordy appeared in live form a few months earlier than him, though Babe's adventures are much more interesting than his. While Babe isn't quite sure what the Critic is talking about, he has admitted to enjoying the "Pig Power" music video.
  • He doesn't trust evil cat deities, because there was one living on his farm who was very spiteful of him and told him the truth about humans eating pigs.
  • "That'll do pig, that'll do."

    Kuzco 
Kuzco, God of Llamas (Emperor Kuzco)
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As a human
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As a llama
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: His crown and gown
  • Theme Song: Perfect World
  • Alignment: Formerly Neutral Evil, currently True Neutral with Neutral Good tendencies
  • Portfolio: Very self-centered, The Emperor of the Incan, Royal Brat, Transformed into a llama, Prideful Humiliation, The Caligula, Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist, "no touchy"
  • Allies: Naveen, Beast, Sully
  • Enemies: Lion, Catwoman, Kars, Dr. Facilier, Scar
  • Opposes: Brightwing, Ratatoskr, Makoto Nanaya, Squirrel Girl, Couvert Eschenbach Pastillage
  • Afraid of: Eugene Gallardo, Simba, Aslan, Mufasa
  • Opposed by: Some members of the House of Love
  • Kuzco was a selfish emperor until he was transformed into a llama by his recently-fired adviser Yzma. When Kronk tried to dispose of him, he somehow got into a cart driven by a man named Pacha and had to return home to change himself back. With help from Pacha, he was able to turn back into a human and learn some life lessons about how not to be selfish.
    • Granted, Kuzco still has some selfish streaks here and there, but credit where it's due, he is certainly trying to improve himself. He even broke the fourth wall at one point and told his narrator self to shut it when the former realized that his selfishness drove off the only friend he had at that point.
  • Jimmy Neutron knew that his friend, Carl Wheezer, would be excited by Kuzco's llama form, seeing as he loves llamas. Of course, he also knows that if Carl had been ascended and tried to hug Kuzco, he'd probably get an earful of snark for his troubles, if nothing more.
  • Kuzco was transformed into a llama via a magic potion, and for him, it was an unpleasant experience (despite gaining friends and learning important lessons during this time). When he found out that there are people in the pantheon who can transform others, he wasn't happy; none of the transformations he had already experienced were helpful. At the very least, he got used to being a llama for being stuck as one for days.
    • During one Giftmas, Kuzco turned himself into a llama to help Papa Santos when one of his reindeer was frozen by Yzma and he wanted to get off of his naughty list. While some of the multiple Santas in the Pantheon didn't like how spoiled Kuzco was in the past, they agree that he is certainly improving his behavior.
  • Kuzco befriended Sully, despite the latter being a monster. This is because Sully's kindness and his voice remind him of Pacha.
  • Stan, Kyle, Cartman, and Kenny show respect for the Emperor; they say they don't want him to summon giant guinea pigs to attack them. Kuzco doesn't seem to know what they're talking about, and he probably doesn't care.
  • Doesn’t like Catwoman since her voice sometimes reminds him of Yzma.
  • He hangs out with both Naveen and the Beast since, like Kuzco, they were once self-absorbed royals who were transformed into different creatures and changed back into humans after learning to be better people.
  • Some of the members of the House of Love oppose him the way that Kuzco treated his potential brides. ...Some, but not all, thanks to his relationship with Malina.
  • He was once a follower of Gilgamesh, but he has since rebelled against him.
  • Due to his bad experience with Bucky the Squirrel, he is a bit unkempt around squirrels and squirrel-like people and creatures, since they seem to have the potential to cause trouble for him. Not helping matters is the fact that Kars can turn his hand into a murderous squirrel, which scares the hell out of the young emperor.
  • Ever since he was chased by jaguars when he was llama, he is very scared of — or at least uneasy around — many of the large wild cats in the Pantheon.

     Rabbit (Winnie the Pooh) 
Rabbit, God of Rabbits
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: A carrot
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: A rabbit named Rabbit, Jerkass with a soft side, Only Sane Rabbit, Ambiguously Gay, Grumpy Rabbit, Super OCD, Control Freak, Token Jerkass Teammate, constantly getting the end of the stick of misfortune
  • Domains: Gardens, Rabbits, Jerks
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
    • (in general) Crows
    • (ascended) The Rabbit of Caerbannog, Trollkaiger, Springtrap
    • (non-ascended) Heff Heffalump, Stan Woozle, The Pack Rats
  • The third member of the 100 Acre Wood gang to ascend, Rabbit mainly tries to stay out of events in the pantheon to work on his garden. He would only allow those he can trust into his temple, though many gods would just get in through the "back door" anyways.
    • Rabbit has started to really consider widening his "front door", considering Pooh got stuck in it more than once.
  • If Rabbit is within earshot whenever a god is telling a story, expect something bad to happen to him! One inaccurate telling of "The Three Little Pigs" even ended with him drenched in Hunny.
  • Although he is always willing to give Pooh some Hunny, Rabbit always tries to keep a stash hidden for emergency situations. One example was when Pooh was struck with amnesia, and it was believed that feeding Pooh with the emergency Hunny would help cure it. It didn't work, but Pooh regained some of his memories, anyway.
  • Never, ever, mess with Rabbit's garden. Especially if you're an insect, a crow, or Tigger. While pulling pumpkins or cabbages out of the garden can net the vandal with some Elixirs, Rabbit will be outraged if this happens.
    • One incident back in the 100-Acre Wood that especially ticked Rabbit off was when Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and Gopher played pirates and dug a hole in the garden, then knocked him into the hole by accident. Rabbit's reaction: "I am not going to get mad. I AM GOING TO TEACH THEM A LESSON"!
    • Probably the biggest offense was when Trollkaiger deliberately provoked Jareth into summoning his Cleaner and tricked it into chasing them throughout the pantheon, including through Rabbit's garden.
  • His ascension did not happen without problems; The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog tried to kill him and take the position for himself, thinking that Reisen Udongein Inaba, the previous holder of the position, was completely gone. But Reisen just became the Goddess of Lunar Rabbits in House of Otherness (and has since moved to the Ancient Beasts subhouse of the House of Beasts), so she was still around to blast him away before he could even get near Rabbit.
    • After that mess was settled, Pooh wandered over to greet Rabbit. After the scare he had just received, Rabbit, for his part, was very happy to see Pooh. From then on, Pooh had begun to visit him frequently, which Rabbit both appreciates and dreads, because even though he considers Pooh a very good friend, the bear of very little brain seems to have a bad habit of cleaning out Rabbit's Hunny... Since Pooh sometimes loses pots of Hunny to Trollkaiger's bullying, Rabbit has put them on his List of People Never to Let Near His Home, as he has started to suspect they're doing that to force Pooh to seek him out and clean out his pantry. Rabbit is grateful that he thought of keeping an emergency stash.
  • Is scared out of his wits by Springtrap, who looks a lot like a zombie-robot version of him.
  • He's very grateful for Christopher Robin's ascension, as it meant that he didn't have to keep his stock of hunny for pooh so full.

    Winnie the Pooh 
Winnie the Pooh, God of Friendly Bears (Pooh-bear, Edward Bear, Silly Old Bear)
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  • Leitmotif: "Winnie the Pooh" or "New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh"
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: A Hunny Pot (yes, that's the correct spelling)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: those who eat a lot (especially if it's honey), simple-minded and sweet characters who have strokes of genius every now and then, "Oh bother".
  • Domains: Bears, Kindness
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: None. He's just too sweet to have any.
  • Scared of: Freddy Fazbear
  • High Priest: Baloo
  • Somehow traveled all the way to the Pantheon in search of "Hunny". He was so sweet and innocent, the Gods decided he was a perfect fit for the Beary Friendly seat, and convinced him to accept a second home in the House of Beasts.
  • Sora is very protective of him, seeing as the last time the Heartless attacked, it caused Pooh to lose all his memories. Even before that, the Heartless took all of his friends and it seemed like Pooh himself was going to disappear along with them. The simple idea of others having to say goodbye to Pooh mortified many good-aligned deities and put Master Xehanort high on their shit-list.
  • Waits for the day that Christopher Robin can ascend.
    • Eventually, that day finally came. Yes, their reunion did indeed make other deities who saw it cry. They are now working on bringing the other characters of Pooh's world. The ascension was heralded by a party by the Avatars of Friendship, and Gentaro Kisaragi bursted out sobbing upon seeing Christopher Robin and Pooh together. It has also been promised that no one in the House of Friendship is allowed to talk about the "Asylum Incident", considering what happened to poor Pooh.
  • If he exercises/eats too much, his stitches will burst at the seams. He's usually seen in the House of Craft, where at least one of the sewing gods can be found cooing over him and sewing him up right as rain.
  • Rena Ryuguu immediately went into "Take it Home!" mode when she crossed paths with Pooh. Pooh, being the innocent bear with very little brain he was, went along with it.
  • Is usually seen either in the House of Food eating honey or with Fritz von Meyer...also eating Honey. Fritz von Meyer would usually be against such a thing, but Pooh is so sweet and kind that he begrudgingly lets Pooh have his share of honey every now and then.
  • Like Taokaka, Pooh is immune to the effects of the Trollkaiger. He's so sweet and simple-minded that any attempts to troll him are useless. He tries to befriend them and give them Hunny, and every time they knock a Hunny pot out of his hands, all he does is say "Oh bother" before heading off to get another one.
  • Chiyo and Yotsuba hang out with Pooh a lot. The sight is so sugary sweet, it causes even some of the most hardened gods to melt into piles of goo at the cuteness.
  • He also hangs around a lot with Minsc, because he's a ranger that is "charming" to bears and Pooh likes his tales of BUTT-KICKING FOR GOODNESS. They also kind of sound similar, and Boo likes to play with Winnie too.
  • Is one of the only Gods that can actually tolerate both Excalibur and Alice. Being a "bear of very little brain" makes Excalibur's narcissism and Alice's Die For Me! moot point as he will simply agree to them without hesitation. Johann can't even Mind Rape him because of that.
  • He seems to be very skilled at baseball for some reason. Rumors say that Babe Ruth gave him lessons.
  • If, for whatever reason, a criminal has honey with their stash, Sly Cooper is more than willing to steal it as a gift for Pooh Bear. Considering that Pooh himself steals honey from bees, no one, not even the other residents of the 100 Acre Wood, is calling Sly out on this.
  • Learned that Eeyore also had a House and found him. Pooh is one of the only Gods that can brighten Eeyore's day, and the two get along over honey and thistles.
    • After Rabbit had ascended, Pooh Bear has begun to visit him frequently, which Rabbit both appreciates and dreads, because even though he considers Pooh a Very Good Friend Indeed, the bear of very little brain seems to have a bad habit of cleaning out Rabbit's Hunny...
  • While he's always a welcome visitor to the House of Friendship, he was BANNED from entering the House when the Friendship Asylum stood. Pooh didn't understand just why the house was so dark and gloomy but understood that it would come to pass that the House would return to normal. Now that it has, Pooh has resumed visiting Sora and the other members of that House.
    • Out of all the gods that were traumatized by the incident, Pooh probably had it the worst. Jak-as-Sora didn't recognize Pooh at all, and Pooh ended up causing many gods to cry as Pooh talked how he had lost Sora forever. Fortunately, things went back to normal and Sora and Pooh hang out more.
  • All of the good deities try to keep him away from the House of Technology for fear of him encountering Freddy Fazbear and his gang, or worse, Golden Freddy/Fredbear.
  • Despite his hostile nature towards others, Naughty Bear greatly enjoys Pooh's company, and is sometimes even seen sitting down with him for a picnic. Obviously, trying to hurt Pooh in front of Naughty is never a good idea.
  • "It is rather funny, what I will do for hunny."


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