Pantheon / Manners of Death

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Greater Gods

    AM 
AM, God of Life That Makes Death Preferable (Allied Mastercomputer, Adaptive Manipulator, Aggressive Menace, I Think Therefore I AM)

     Doc Scratch 

"[You rang? That was a joke. Of course you didn't. I don't have a doorbell. Haa haa, hee hee, hoo hoo.]

[Please come in.]"

Doc Scratch, The One Whose Plan's Final Step was his Own Death (Lil Call, Mirthful Messiah, White Text Guy, Mr. Vanilla Milkshake, An Excellent Host)
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    Raoh 
Raoh, God of Death By Awesomeness (Ken-Oh, The King of Fists, Conqueror of the Century's End)
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    The Crow 
The Crow, Goddess of Karmic Deaths (Crowhorn, Crowbey)
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  • Greater Goddess Overdeity if powered up with Empowering Arrows and Manifestation Energy
  • Alignment: Believes itself to be Above Good and Evil, is actually Chaotic Evil
  • Symbol: 12 crow's feathers arranged into a circle
  • Portfolio: Karmic Death, Non-Indicative Name, Kick the Dog, Big Bad, Eldritch Abomination, Devour the Dragon, Apocalypse How, Drunk on the Dark Side, Evil Is Hammy, Turned Against Their Masters, Walking Spoiler, Red Eyes, Take Warning, Creepy Crows, No Name Given
  • Domains: Death, Irony, Evil, Destruction
  • Allies: The GUAD, Lord Shen, The Grand Duke of Owls, Clockwerk, Mephiles the Dark, Gul'dan.
  • Enemies: The Vivid Team, Gertrud Barkhorn, EVE, Crimson Viper, Mogo, The House of Birds, Nazuna Inuwaka, Hayate Yagami, Lois Lane, Daphne Blake, Carmelita Fox, Billy Hatcher
  • Opposes: Kyubey
  • Following The Crow's defeat at the hands of the Vivid Team and Rei Kuroki, The Crow somehow managed to enter the Pantheon disguised as a regular Crow.
    • Many deities enjoy humiliating The Crow because they find it hilariously ironic that she was killed by not only her pawn but also, the girl who gave her back her humanity.
  • When it was caught wind that The Crow had ascended, The Vivid Team had a simultaneous heart attack and sigh of relief because they feared that she would try to destroy the Pantheon, but they relaxed when they realized there were no sources of Manifestation Energy in the Pantheon and The Crow found herself unable to give Empowering Arrows to anyone else after her last pawn.
  • Many deities have noted some similarities between The Crow and Kyubey as they both empower young girls under the guise of giving something they want while not giving two shits about their suffering. However, while Kyubey does give the Puella Magi what they (think they) want and ultimately has a noble goal (however screwed up the way he'll pursue it) to save the universe, the Crow flat out lies to her pawns and wishes to destroy it.
  • While The Crow is almost universally reviled among the Pantheon, The Crow has allied herself with the GUAD so they can find a way to siphon Manifestation Energy from the mortal world so she can use it by itself to destroy the universe.
  • Despite there being many deities who hate The Crow, she gets a lot more hatred from Gertrud Barkhorn, EVE, Crimson Viper, Lois Lane, Daphne Blake, and Carmelita Fox as they hate how they share certain qualities with an Omnicidal Maniac.
  • The Crow found herself getting along well with the other evil birds of the pantheon such as Lord Shen, Clockwerk and the Grand Duke of Owls. Even more so with Clockwerk as he's not actually a bird either.
  • There are no deities who trust The Crow because she always lies about giving others what they want in exchange for helping her but one deity who shares The Crow's mindset is Mephiles the Dark because he also lied to someone about giving them something in exchange for them doing something for him.
  • Despite them using crows as a motif, The Crow is not allies with Hayate Yagami, Eric Draven or Nazuna Inuwaka as all of them would much rather keep the pantheon safe from The Crow, rather than allow her destroy it.

Intermediate Gods

    Ayana Sakanagi/Swim Swim 
Ayana Sakanagi, Goddess of Cathartic Deaths (Swim Swim, Swim-chan, Swim2, Waifu Killer)
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Human form 
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Symbol: A bunny underwater
  • Portfolio: Asshole Victim, Elemental Shapeshifter, Blade on a Stick, Making a Splash, The Stoic, School Swimsuit, Book Dumb, Nigh Invulnerable, There Can Be Only One, Dragon Ascendant, Younger Than They Look, Friend or Foe, Hero Killer, Cast from Lifespan
  • Domains: Magic, Death, Water
  • Followers: Teppei Hojo, Shou Tucker, President Shinra, Carver, Shinji Matou
  • Allies: Yunael and Minael, Anybody who'll help her become Ruler
  • Enemies: Snow White/Koyuki Himekawa, Weiss Winterprison, Sister Nana, Anybody who gets in the way of becoming Ruler, Anybody who learns Swim Swim's identity, Light, Sound, Ice and Lightning users, Juvia Lockser, Eneru, Groudon
  • Respects: Princesses
  • Special relationship: Tama
  • Ayana Sakanagi's ascension came with a lot of disappointment from several deities who happy to see her put down after the atrocities she committed during her time as a mortal. It doesn't help that she (through a technicality) also made an Asshole Victim out of Forest Musician Cranberry by having one of her minions open a hole (normally for tunneling) through Cranberry's body.
  • There are very few deities who like Swim Swim because they're aware of her personality from when she was mortal ans don't want to associate with a 7 year old who's Nigh Invulnerable and would kill them the moment they became an obstruction to her goal of becoming Ruler. The fact that a few children and even a pregnant woman were among her victims don't help matters, even among villains.
    • Several deities use the phrase "Fuck Swim Swim" whenever she does something particularly asshole-ish. Bonus points if Swim Swim does something mean to her allies.
  • Ayana Sakanagi's magic allows her to turn her body into water and swim through surfaces as though they were water.
    • Because her magic makes her immune to any physical attacks, the only ways to hurt Swim Swim is with light, sound, lightning and ice attacks. Due to these weaknesses, Swim Swim keeps her distance from the houses of Fire & Electricity, Music, Water & Ice and Light & Darkness.
    • Two deities in particular that Ayana doesn't get along well with are Juvia Lockser and Eneru as the both of them have similar abiities to Swim Swim and because of this, there's nothing Ayana can really do to harm them. Anybody with a basic grasp of science would be able to tell you why Eneru is more dangerous than Juvia.
    • Swim Swim also tries to keep as far away as possible from Groudon as his Desolate Land can completely invalidate her existence.
    • There are those that hope that among those that might end up discovering Swim Swim's true identity, Saitama will never be among them, because she will have to kill him, which will be impossible for her to do. They would be incapable of harming each other, since Swim Swim No Sells his physical attacks regardless of strength or speed, Saitama is practically impervious against anything she can dish out on him, and he won't kill humans, which Swim Swim still is.
  • Most of the time when Ayana needs to leave her temple, she does so in her human form as very few deities suspect that a small child walking around is actually Swim Swim.
  • While the number of deities who are indifferent to/like Swim Swim is smaller than the number of snowballs in Hell (the rest hate and/or somehow pity her), Ayana was glad to see the Peaky Angels had ascended before her and since they're no longer constantly fighting for their survival, the 3 of them can be seen hanging out together.
    • Despite not needing to fight for survival, that hasn't stopped Swim Swim from being at odds with the already ascended Winterprison and Sister Nana as she had a hand in both of their deaths.
  • After Swim Swim ascended, she was surprised to find that she didn't have Ruler with her. When she found out that Snow White had it, she immediately went to confront the Magical Girl Hunter. Snow White told Swim Swim that she'd give her back Ruler if she could land a hit on Snow. Because of the nature of Snow White's magic, Swim Swim has yet to succeed in this dare.
    • Shortly after the Divine Powers ascended, Odin tracked down Swim Swim and learned about what happened to her spear. Feeling pity for her, he allowed her to borrow Gungnir for until she could retrieve Ruler, at which point she would have to return Gungnir to him as stated in a contract. Swim Swim, to everyone's surprise, accepted the contract. This has made her even more dangerous as she can now pierce through any resistance to physical attacks.
  • While Swim Swim has little regard for those she attacks, you'd be hard pressed to see her attacking a goddess who's a princess as Swim Swim has nothing but respect for those in a position to command respect. This still doesn't earn her any favors from Princess-themed magical girls like Cure Ace, the Princess Pretty Cures and the Mermaid Princesses (especially the last group, since their powers are music/sound-based).

    Charlie Nash 
Charlie Nash, The God Whose Body Was Missing (Captain Nash, Paradoxical Avenger, FrankenCharlie, Nashenstein, Monster Nash, Vessel Eleven, Helen's Clay Doll, An Average Puppet [by Urien])
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His forelock hairstyle and square glasses
  • Theme Song: Theme of Nash -SFV Arrange-, Decisive Bout
  • Alignment: Usually Lawful Good, but can reach True Neutral when angered beyond reason
  • Portfolio: Returning Both to the Scene and From the Death (But Not in the Way Many Expected), Super Talented Fighters, Genius Bruisers, Patriotic Fervor, Cool Glasses, No Shirt Behind his Jacket, The One Who Taught Guile the Sonic Boom and Somersault, Being the Same Character, but Different and Not Himself, Keeping a Level Head Except When Dealing with M. Bison, Being Too Skilled For the Villain to Pass Up a Chance to Kill Him, Paradoxical Avenger, Always Has to Die to Cement Shadaloo's Destiny, Barely-Contained Rage Post-Revival, Living on Borrowed Time, Awesomeness by Analysis, Redemption Achieved via Heroic Second Death, Bullet Clear, Tragedy Assault, Judgement Sabre
  • Domains: Combat, Military, Stealth, Life and Death
  • Allies usually : Guile, Chun-Li, Ryu, Abel, Cammy White, Ken Masters, Zangief, Rose, Josiah Bartlet, Roy Mustang, X, Zero (Mega Man), Selena Recital
  • Enemies: M. Bison (It's Personal), Balrog, Vega, Sigma, Father Homunculus
  • Unwitting Pawn of: Gill
  • Respects: Remy
  • Pities: Juri Han.
  • Opposed by: Urien
  • Opposes: Ryoma Sengoku/Kamen Rider Duke
  • Conflicting Opinion
  • He used to hold the title of Those Doomed in Canon, but the guardians of the House of Life and Death found no traces of him in his temple for a good reason. Charlie somehow reappeared in his very temple, with a new title no less.
  • Many deities already know his history, as he's the Air Force captain who pioneered the specialized fighting style including the ar of Sonic Boom and Somersault, then proceeded to train Guile in these same arts. Thanks to this fact, Guile is present in the Pantheon.
  • Ever since his return, Charlie is on the black list of the Grand United Alliance of Evil, due to his superior fighting prowess. In fact, many fear him, save M. Bison for obvious reasons.
  • His philosophy for surviving in combat is to keep a cool head, avoid making mistakes, and strike at the right time. However, M. Bison and Shadaloo's crimes were able to make him lose his cool to the point that he charged headlong straight into what turned out to be a fatal ambush including a Cavalry Betrayal on the part of his own backup.
  • Along the way in his career, Charlie has forged alliances with many of those who would turn up to compete in World Warrior tournaments and end up fighting alongside Guile against Shadaloo, such as Interpol detective Chun-Li, Shadaloo Doll-turned-Delta Red agent Cammy, and Anasatsuken pupils Ryu and Ken. He and Chun-Li once posed as a husband-and-wife duo on one particular mission, and he's done enough research on the Satsui no Hado to see that Ryu's power could be important. Unfortunately, in his return he's even willing to kill said friends if they get in his way. He stopped trusting ANYONE because of the above ambush.
  • The reason for his return is explained: Charlie did indeed die in the waterfall ambush, which took place some time after saving the life of Abel at one point. The organization who led to his rebirth is in fact…Illuminati, hence the jewel is located in his forehead. In fact, his sickly-looking stitched-together new skin came from one of the special prototype vessels in Urien's laboratory. On top of that, he was amnesiac at first but has recovered his memories, though he's still being manipulated by said organization as he isn't fully aware of who they are. Urien thinks of him as a worthless puppet who should be exterminated, but Gill and HelenAKA  are hopeful that he will serve their prophecies.
  • He hid himself from everyone including Abel and Guile until it was time for him to act against Shadaloo in his revival since he just plain doesn't trust anyone anymore. Even his mysterious nurse Helen. While he's grateful that she's been tending him back to form amd doesn't fully know what's going on with her, he's no idiot to the fact she has ulterior motives behind the anti-Bison alliance she's forging.
    • Aside from Nash himself, said alliance also includes the sadistic Juri, who Nash pities for how the dark path she's taken of infiltration for the sake of vengeance has reshaped the core of her being.
  • Nash is currently holding a photo of Guile as a memento. The reason behind it? Guile has an important chess piece Helen needs him to take from the man. He went after Guile and took the piece without a word because it's key to stopping Shadaloo. It would turn out the piece was one of the keys to seven artificial "Black Moons" used to amplify negative emotions and spiral global society into chaos in order to feed Bison's Psycho Power up to nigh-invincibility.
  • Charlie had a strong sense of righteousness as well as a seldom-spoken faith during his life, having sworn to protect God's creation, peace, and justice back when he first became a soldier. This puts him over big time with President Jed Bartlet. Jed was disappointed to see that he lost that spark when he resurfaced after being revived as his idealism had given way to an impatient vengeance. But when his good sense returned to him and he quietly reconciled with his friends and honorably sacrificed himself to weaken the unduly-powered Bison enough to cause the Dictator's ultimate defeat in their mortal universe, the Pres was once again pleased with Charlie and happy to greet his reappearance in the Pantheon.
  • Nash finds commonality with Sylvanas Windrunner in that they both came back from the dead to stop and destroy a tyrant. However, unlike Charlie, Sylvanas is a true Revenant Zombie and cannot get past her hatred, something he pities her for.
  • On one hand, he respects the Repliforce trio as well as Rebellion commander Epsilon for leading military orders that represent fighting for freedom. On the other hand, both of their armies have been used as the rubes for one megalomaniac or another with similarities to Bison, so he knows they've been pretty corruptible in the past.
    • On that note, Nash is not a fan of Sigma at all and plans on encountering X and Zero to see about a potential alliance to monitor and stop both Sigma and Bison before the two villains can beat everyone to the punch.
  • Despite knowing Nash is ultimately here to stop an evil dictator in Bison, Edward Elric has trouble trusting him because he was brought Back from the Dead by means of arcane experimentation in a clearly affected state, something the high command in Amestris would've done without hesitation if it was at all possible in Ed's world.
  • Roy Mustang, however, likes Nash's pragmatic (if sometimes ruthless) approach, and finds Nash reminiscent of two of his own military buddies when they're being serious. Mustang has taken it upon himself to tell Nash about Father, with Charlie agreeing to keep an eye out for the Homunculus.
  • Through his constant association with death, Nash managed to run into Ichigo Kurosaki. Ichigo's various powers as well as his balance between being cool-headed and hot-blooded impressed Charlie, but he thinks the young man is a bit too trusting.
  • Remy, a fighting savant with similar abilities to Guile and Nash, has also caught Nash's eye. Upon looking up his backstory, Charlie understood the young man's hatred towards his father but considered it to be hopelessly misdirected. Upon learning Remy had an epiphany which has enabled him to get past his hatred without having to be beaten by the object of said hatred and stirred to it with some words from Rashid of the Turbulent Wind, Nash gained a small measure of admiration for Remy. That said, he still wants to find out who Remy's father is before Remy himself does.
  • Wonders if Ryoma Sengoku had any involvement in his resurrection, but this is not a positive musing as he has zero trust for the process nor the state of his return and he knows Sengoku is an evil scientist.
  • Has approached Selena Recital about a mission-related opportunity of some sort, knowing that she too is a former soldier who once struggled with revenge. They are not divulging any details about it.
  • "If you stand in my way…I will kill you."

    Grommash Hellscream 
Grommash Hellscream, God of Redeeming Death (Grom Hellscream, Savior of the Orcs, Warchief of the Iron Horde)
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  • Theme Song: "Grommash Hellscream".
  • Intermediate God.
  • Symbol: The symbol of the Warsong clan.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: AAAARRRGGHHH!!!, The Gorehowl Axe, Dying so Awesomely it Redeems Him and His Race, 'Thin' Orcs, Relishing in Battle, Doing Leeroy Jenkins Before The Trope Namer, Quick Axe Fighters, Craziness, Ex-Devil Dealers.
  • Domains: Life and Death, War, Combat.
  • Allies: Thrall, Baine Bloodhoof, Vol'Jin, Axe, Darth Vader, Leeroy Jenkins, Raoh.
  • Complicated Relations: Garrosh Hellscream
  • Rivals: Malfurion Stormrage, Jaina Proudmoore.
  • Enemies: The whole Demon house, Gul'dan.
  • Always being the proud leader of the Warsong clan, Grom was once a more or less in-line of the typical Savage Orc until Thrall made him change his mind. But old habits die hard and got him corrupted, but once freed, Grom proceeds to reclaim the destiny of the Orcs by slaying the corrupter, Mannoroth. The curse of the orcs lifted, Grom has saved them, his savagery redeemed and thus he would be remembered as the savior of the Orcs. Such an epic tale that eventually the Pantheon handed him this throne.
    • It was also known that both Raoh and Darth Vader approved this, as Raoh considered his death very awesome nearly to the point of matching his 'Defiant Stance To Heaven', and Darth Vader saying that how he redeems himself and the Orcs remind him on how Vader redeemed himself to Luke.
  • The first thing Grom did after entering the Pantheon is to visit his friend Thrall, and come to check on the current Horde. He seems... indifferent and fine towards the new leaders, such as Baine, Vol'Jin and Lor'themar. Deep down, however, Grom has respected Thrall so much that he doesn't care if the 'official' Warchief is Vol'Jin. For him, it's always Thrall.
    • However, he has mixed feelings towards his son Garrosh. On one hand, he's proud that he displays the ferocity befitting of a Hellscream. On one hand, he's kind of disappointed that he ran his legacy to the ground. But of all things, Grom still cares for his son very much, and regardless of what everyone said, he considered Garrosh's act of saving him in the alternate verse where he created the Iron Horde a proof of being the son of Hellscream.
  • Reactions over the 'alliance' remain mixed, however. Malfurion still held the grudge over his slaying of Cenarius, though he is aware that to become this 'savior', Cenarius had to die (and Cenarius and the elves with him apparently attacked the orcs first). Jaina occasionally slipped off on how his son destroyed her home and her love for peace in the future, something that scared her to death. Grom's not expected to show any sympathy, but he's aware of those sentiments.
  • He is a strong contender to one day jump into the battlefield of Blizzard deities one day. The question is when.
  • Surprisingly for an orc, Grom considers himself thin, not muscular. Say that in front of everyone else, and it'll leave them puzzled, because for their standards, Grom is packed.
  • He's trying to find a house for breath mints. While screaming is excellent for intimidating the enemy, it's havoc on the throat.
  • Amongst the Defenders of the Ancients, he gets along very well with Axe, who was said to have learned a thing or two from Grom. Grom is impressed with his axe-play, but gets embarrassed when Axe mentions that he learned from his demonic self.
    • On the other hand, he had a weird feeling towards Azwraith, because he seemed to formerly use a part of his style, only with a spear.
  • Believe it or not, Grom have been 'Leeroy'-ing before Leeroy Jenkins ever came to existence. Thrall could attest when that time he wanted to travel through Stonetalon Peak. When Grom met Leeroy in person, he was actually amused and now considers him one of the few "pinkskins" he can tolerate.
  • He has a distaste to the whole house of Demons, mainly because everyone there reminds him of Mannoroth: Corruptive and abusive.
  • "I can wait no longer!"

    Ignitus 
Ignitus, God of Ironic Deaths
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The fire element symbol
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Ascended to a Higher Plane of Existence, Badass Grandpa, Breath Weapon, Death by Irony, Heroic Sacrifice, Old Master, Playing with Fire, Proof of the Mentor Occupational Hazard, Seer
  • Domains: Death, Dragons, Fire, Seers
  • Heralds: Terrador, Volteer, and Cyril
  • Allies: Spyro (possibly his son), non-evil dragon deities (especially the good), the League of Extreme Fatherhood, Asgore, Toriel, Mufasa, Obi-Wan, the Panda King
  • Enemies: Deathwing, Ragnaros, Lord Shen
  • Opposes: The Child Abuse Supporters, any abusive parent or parental figure
  • Pities: Flowey, Meg
  • The deities of the House of Life and Death highly considered Ignitus for ascension when he suffered a particularly ironic death. He was the Fire Guardian, and he ended up dying in a fire saving Spyro and Cynder. Ignitus is a dragon and a fire elemental who died in a fire. Originally after his death, Ignitus was chosen to be the new Chronicler. As such, the deities were uncertain if he would accept his potential position in the Pantheon or not. All it took for him to accept, though, was the realization that Spyro had also ascended.
  • Ignitus brought the other three Guardians, Terrador, Volteer, and Cyril with him as his Heralds. It would seem that even his death couldn't separate the four of them. Together, they form a Four-Element Ensemble of fire (Ignitus), earth (Terrador), electricity (Volteer), and ice (Cyril). It's also worth noting that many deities in the Pantheon suspect that Volteer and Cyril might be a couple, mostly because they argue like an old married couple. Nepeta reportedly has the two of them in a matespritship on her shipping wall.
  • Ignitus and Spyro go back a long way. In his Legend incarnation, Ignitus had to let him go when he was just an egg to keep him from being killed during the raid on the Temple. Eventually they reunited and Ignitus served as his father figure and mentor up until his death. Spyro also considers the other three guardians to be like uncles. Many believe that Ignitus may actually be Spyro's biological father, though. Despite the fact that this can't be proven for certain, there's no denying that the bond is still there. Of course, since the four of them are from one of Spyro's more contested canons, he is extremely defensive of them.
  • Ignitus is pretty well-liked among the House of Family, aside from the Child Abuse Supporters, probably because of the great lengths he was willing to go to for Spyro and Cynder's benefit. This is what ultimately led to his death by heroic sacrifice, after all. This is how he met Mufasa, Toriel, and Asgore by extension. He thinks it's a real shame what happened to Asgore and Toriel's son, and wishes the two of them could get along better. Sometimes he serves as mediator for them. The League of Extreme Fatherhood is fond of Ignitus for the same reasons, and the feeling is definitely mutual. He is also fairly well-aquainted with non-evil dragon deities of the Pantheon, especially the good dragons.
  • Ignitus is particularly impressed by the Panda King and his willingness to do anything to save his daughter, as well as his renouncement of evil.
  • Ignitus and Obi-Wan can often be seen exchanging stories from their time as mentors. Obi-Wan has offered Ignitus many condolences for what happened to him.
  • Ignitus has always found it to be extremely unfair how Meg was banished to The Fallen for something completely beyond her control, namely the abuse she suffers from her father, Peter Griffin. He has always maintained that, should Peter ever ascend, he would most certainly give him a piece of his mind.
  • Ragnaros loves to mock Ignitus for the circumstances behind his death. He thinks it's completely pathetic that a dragon such as himself perished the way he did. Many other deities can only shake their heads at this. Maybe someday he'll learn that bullying a dragon isn't such a good idea?
  • Ignitus has joined many other deities in the opposition of Deathwing. Having the word "destroyer" in his name certainly wasn't helpful in getting on his good side.
  • Ignitus and Lord Shen are not exactly on good terms either. Not only does Ignitus detest him for what he's done in the past, but something else really unsettles the both of them. They're not really sure what it is, though.
  • Ignitus can't help but look on at Flowey with sadness and pity. He is well-aware that the flower is actually Asgore and Toriel's lost son, Asriel. It really hurts to see how twisted and warped he has become, and Ignitus really hopes that the situation can be remedied someday.

    Jonathan Joestar 
Jonathan Joestar, God of Heroic Deaths (The First JoJo, Mr. Joestar)
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    Kessler 
Kessler, The God Who Seeks Death (Cole MacGrath)
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  • Theme: End of the Road
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A Ray Sphere
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil, but was originally Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Shock and Awe, Artificial Limbs (an arm though), Can use lightning better than Cole, Flash-stepping everywhere, Light Is Not Good, Genius Bruiser, Badass Grandpa, Time Travel, Doing what was necessary to prepare against The Beast, Atoning his mistakes by being the villain, being the dark future version of Cole himself
  • Domains: Lightning, Delivery, Time, Knowledge, Evil Counterparts
  • Heralds: The First Sons
  • High Priests: Kratos, The Nameless One
  • Allies: Samaritan, Ozymandias
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: SCP-1440, Dark Danny, Most villains, especially Omnicidal Maniacs.
  • Commonality Connection with: Portgas D. Ace, Deadshot, Jellal
  • Opposed by: Majority of the House of Time and Space and Prophecy. This heavily extends to Chromie, Clockwork and Nozdormu
  • Enemies: Cole MacGrath, Alex Mercer, Eneru, Billy Baston/Shazam
  • Not So Different from: Lord Gwyn
  • A man of an unknown past, Kessler was one of Cole's first enemies he hunted down in his story. While fighting him, he had no idea of his origins and his motives, until the reveal came up, in which he is an alternate version of Cole but in a terrible future, where his girlfriend and kids are dead by the Beast. And to make up for this, he became a villain to correct his mistakes. Not only did this reveal give Cole a Heroic B.S.O.D., but gave him a potential spot in the Pantheon.
    • But what did give him a spot in the Pantheon was his objective to search for another alternative Cole (aka the one he's fighting against) and fight him to the death in order to see if he's worthy against The Beast, in which is a sign that he wants to end his miserable life. This became his marking spot in entering Pantheonic grounds.
  • During his first day of ascension, he wanted to bring his army, the First Sons into the Pantheon to secure his position. It failed, but the Main House agreed to only keep them as heralds for now, as what they would be ascended for will be unknown.
  • As the evil, alternate version of Cole, he seeks Cole MacGrath for more preparations to come. He has been trying his best to avoid Kessler as much as he can, since he has vehemently hated him as him, but on a darker past. Because of this, his searches on Cole has become aggressive, to the point of harming his allies to attract him down.
    • On a larger note, the reason why he wants to fight Cole is to prepare him for a larger entity known as the Beast. Sadly for him, the Pantheonic Cole is still the weaker version, meaning it will take more than just simple confrontations to "train" him down under.
    • However, he also doesn't like the fact that this Cole also has two sides, Good and Evil, mostly on the Evil one, since later on, it absorbs the Beast's power to became the new beast. Making his confrontation and objective All for Nothing. He's planning to see which side he can control.
  • While he is a Death Seeker, his ascension to the Pantheon rather left him in disappointment, as his wishes in death weren't entirely fulfilled (since the Pantheon had to revive him just to claim his position). However, upon hearing of many powerful deities in the Pantheon, as well as Cole himself, this has given him motivation to become the villain once more, and forewarning to the presence of The Beast.
    • Thanks to this discovery, he's sometimes seen having chatting sessions with Portgas Ace. Both have seeked death once in their life (though he got better by Luffy, but still died anyway) and have to deal with the fact that they have to live once more even though they want to stay dead (because its the Pantheon's Death is Cheap status). Thankfully, he shares his sympathies with him too.
    • Jellal and Deadshot also visits him, as they were also Death Seekers at their own primes. The former however sees danger in him, since he reminds him of Mystogan, Jellal's otherworldly counterpart.
  • Studying the Pantheon for potential candidates he can use to merge Cole into, he has looked on a few potentials:
    • He finds Alex Mercer to be the true candidate for confrontation since his virus powers can prove worth for fighting against Cole. Problem is, he's also hated by him for reminding him too much of Cole even though he's actually Cole from another universe. He's only bidding his time for the two to fight to the death and see who's worth.
  • His ability to Time Travel at will, along with going back in time to the current Cole has earned him a heavy ire towards most gods in the House of Time and Space. This is because while he may have time traveled to warn him of a Bad Future, his actions and atrocities against Cole alongside his manipulation of the prophecy of The Beast was almost against most morals for the keepers of time. Nozdormu and most especially Clockwork have placed him on probation should he attempt to use his powers again.
  • Shazam has placed a huge watchlist on him, as his powers and his First Sons reminds him greatly of Black Adam. Because of this, the two clash, though Kessler admits Shazam may have great potential.
  • Despite being oddly similar, he has a mixed relation with Dark Danny. They may be similar in terms of characteristics, with Dark Danny being the future of the phantom himself and Kessler being Cole's future self in an alternate universe, but in objectives, thats where the comparison ends. Kessler only wanted to fight Cole, so that he could prepare him for the Beast but for Dark Danny, he only wants to cause destruction at his own will. This placed both on odds against each other.
  • Due to his objective with Cole and his actions, he's almost compared to Lord Gwyn, possible for many similarities, such as using the good guys as tools (Kessler for Cole, and Gwyn for most humans), going to heavy lengths to acheive their goals, (being the villain for the former and the latter forcing chosen undead to be fed into the fire) and being extremely powerful in their own right. However, this did not sit well for the Old King, as he still sees Kessler nothing more but a human.
  • With his plans of seeking new allies, he has planned to join many other villains, but only if they will fight with him against the Beast. Anyone else that are too evil for his tastes are taken down with no mercy. Just ask him about his first encounter with Eneru.
    Kessler: Anyone who allies with me must follow me to death. If you aren't worthy, stay out of our path.
    • Because of this, Samaritan and Ozymanidas have joined in his crusade against the ultimate threat. The latter expresses his sentiments to Kessler's current life, something most villains wouldn't do.
    • As a result, his resume to the GUAE has been on hold as most villains sees him as not evil enough. Melkor is disappointed upon hearing that another potential candidate was not worthy for his alliance.
  • "I've always been there, Cole. Every step of your life."

    Mami Tomoe 
Mami Tomoe, High Prophet of Early Deaths (Candeloro)
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  • Theme Song: Credens Justitiam, but when being really badass, Mirai and Absolute Congifuration.
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: A Yellow Soul Gem in front of a block of cheese with a bite in it.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Magical Girl, Gunslinger, We Hardly Knew Ye, Cool Big Sis, Badass via adaption, The Mammaries, Victim of a Gruesome End, Tea Drinking, Tiro Finale, Lady of War
  • Domain: Magic, Death, Guns
  • Followers: Gai Daigojinote , Cliffjumper
  • Allies: Madoka Kaname, Usagi "Serena" Tsukino, Sayaka Miki, Nanoha Takamachi, Len, Kyouko Sakura, Iroh, Paio II, Noel Vermillion, Litchi Faye-Ling, Guan Yu, Archer, Fate Testarossa, Doctor Wong Fei-Hung, Karen Minazuki, Charlotte the Dessert Witch and her avatars Bebe and Nagisa, Coco Reeve and Miranda Campbell, Coyote Starrk, Ms. Fortune, Kouta Kazuraba/Kamen Rider Gaim, Eiji Hino/Kamen Rider OOO, The Hero Club (Especially Fu), Takumi Inui/Kamen Rider Faiz, Kisaragi, Guts, William A. Zeppeli, Anna Kozuki/Kaboom, Miyako, Eddard Stark, Squigly, Asgore, Church, Mia Fey
  • Enemies: Ryoma Sengoku/Kamen Rider Duke, Masashi Sudo/Kamen Rider Scissors
  • High Priest: Ryoji Hase/Kamen Rider Kurokage, Alpha-Church
  • Opposes: Joel
  • Ascended to the Pantheon after aiding in the defeat of a mad prophet called Oriko Mikuni and her mass-murdering, insane compatriot (Kirika Kure, a blade witch) while she kept her resolve to fight as a Puella Magi rather than snapping and killing her teammates... again. Mami is thankful to the young Yuma Chitose for keeping her on the right path.
  • She has no malice towards her mortal killer, Charlotte the Dessert Witch, in fact Charlotte has become something of a pet of hers, which she loves in an unconditional fashion. In turn, Charlotte is rather protective of Mami's well-being... And gets a lot of cheese.
  • She and Kyouko Sakura use to be old friends and a team. Much has happened, but they have recently reconciled that friendship. Litchi notes that when the two of them are together... they are alot like sisters than friends. Kyouko agrees.
    • In a somewhat hilarious example, this was partially what lead her to become friends with Squigly, as she's almost like a more lady-like version of Kyoko.
  • Being High Prophet of Early Deaths, Her task in the pantheon is to hear the life and times of the forgotten... to allow their passing. If she deems them worthy, subjects can be given a chance to fight for their credentials (which was denied in the mortal life). This has the attention of The Forgotten One, Satsuki Yumizuka; Whom searches for Mami in the land of the lost.
  • Part of her past time is spent practising Gun Kata with Noel, particularly to increase her awareness in combat, is a regular customer at Iroh's tea-hut, meets with Litchi and Paio II ( the three of them are becoming known as the 'Boobie Trio') regularly. Mami made lots of friends since her Ascension and is really glad she won't be alone any longer.
    • This is very important as any misteps about her being lonely would result in her turning into Candeloro. Thankfully, with someone as kind as Litchi near her, the chances of her turning into that seems... low.
    • Recently, it was revealed that Paio was flat chested, and the ownership was relegated to Litchi, leaving the group down to the two of them. Fortunately, Paio's place was quickly filled by Sona Buvelle, so technically they're still a trio. Mami herself has come to enjoy Sona's music plays.
  • Nanoha and Fate once watched how Mami died once. They were REALLY scared. It seemed to provoke their motherly instincts, but they're not sure why. Mami doesn't talk a lot about that...
  • Is rather glad that her sempai, Usagi, has returned to the pantheon. Kyouko can't help but tease her about it.
  • As Eddard Stark was horrified to find that she met a similar fate as his, he decided to act as surrogate father to her. Ned feels that she reminds him of his own daughters.
  • Ever since Madoka befriended Beerus the Seventh God of Destruction, poor Mami now has to prepare ten time the treats for the Afternoon Tea Parties she holds Every Thursday because he is a Big Eater who can out-eat Son Goku himself. Mami counts her blessings that Beerus is largely indifferent about the Apple Pies she bakes for Kyouko; she simply can't handle the repair bills like King Kai did for his ravaged planet if Kyouko loses her temper about it.....
  • Prior to The Great Upheaval, Mami has refined her already powerful yet graceful fighting style to the definition of deadly-elegance by studying under Doctor Wong Fei-Hung, the Tenth Tiger of Canton; having Jet Li, his most beloved avatar as a classmate really helps.
  • Guan Yu allegedly taught Mami the secret to keeping those impossible fabulous twin-corkscrew tails nice-and-curled even in combat. Mami has not remarked on said matter, but nonetheless states she enjoys the company of The Warrior God as a scholar and a gentleman.
  • Has formed a strong friendship with the recently ascended Coyote Starrk, noting the similarities between both their fighting styles and desire for companions. She's one of the few gods in the Pantheon, aside from his Herald Lilynette, who can force him to actually get off his butt and do something. As such, he's a frequent guest at her Afternoon Tea Parties.
    • He has also taken to training both her and Noel in taking the art of Gun Kata to the next level, something about learning her own version of Cero Metralleta...
    • When she heard that Starrk had been recently seen around the GUAC, she expressed a deep sense of worry for his safety because it was she who convinced him to join as a spy at the request of Madoka to try to both find out more about Lucifer's plans and get close to Homura. Even so, she's fearful of what the fallout of these actions might mean.
  • Uneasy around her new friend Ms. Fortune considering Fortune's disturbing condition and that she sometimes dresses up as Mami.
  • Dislikes Joel ever since he made fun of her face, considering what happened to her, and decided to obliterate him at one of his fighting tournaments.

    Masashi Sudo/Kamen Rider Scissors 
Masashi Sudo, God of Quickly Killed-Off Characters (Kamen Rider Scissors, Mr. Crabs, Crab Cop)
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Kamen Rider Scissors 
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Scissors Advent Deck
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Corrupt Cop, Jerkass, Starter Villain, Joke Character, quickly killed off, existed only to show jerkass Riders and contract-breaking consequences, fights with Scissors Pincers, fed others to his monster and died the same way
  • Domains: Combat, Corruption, Mirrors, Crabs, Death Games, Tragedy
  • Herald: Volcancer
  • High Priests: Takao Hiyama, Ryoji Hase/Kamen Rider Kurokage
  • Allies: All Ascended Toku Villains
  • Enemies: All Ascended Toku Heroes (especially Shinji Kido/Kamen Rider Ryuki, Ren Akiyama/Kamen Rider Knight, and Shuichi Kitaoka/Kamen Rider Zolda), the Good and Lawful Gods in the House of Justice, Takeshi Asakura/Kamen Rider Ouja, Shiro Kanzaki, Mami Tomoe, Kisaragi, Coco Reeve, Miranda Campbell, Mr. Eugene Krabs, Sherlock Holmes
  • There are several candidates for this trope, but while it's not saying much, Masashi Sudo a.k.a. Kamen Rider Scissors, has had more action than any of them, comparatively speaking.
    • He was first found when there have been reports of people going missing, eyewitnesses seeing them disappear in areas with mirrors and glass, and some resurrected victims describing a crab-themed Kamen Rider. Two certain Kamen Riders were immediately on the case, remembering all too well who it was. One battle later, after yet another Deck-breaking and consumption by his own Contract Monster, Sudo was resurrected by request of SHOCKER, and got him ascended. Sudo's annoyed that he was hardly known before he died, but he's here now, so he figured he'd make the best of it.
  • Shinji and Ren were not happy to see him around. While they have since surpassed him in terms of power, his penchant for feeding people to his monster doesn't sit well with them. Asakura is just vexed that another cop (regardless of lawfulness) has made it to the Pantheon. As for Kitaoka, his amicable relations with the former two is reason enough for Sudo to be enemies with him. And because he once kidnapped his sister Yui, Shiro Kanzaki has also opposed him.
  • Sudo has made absolutely sure to keep his Advent Deck protected and his Contract Monster well-fed to avoid a repeat incident of his own death. The Grand United Alliance Of Evil usually 'earn' his'loyalty' by handing over failures of minions for Volcancer to feast upon.
  • Masashi Sudo was a detective, using his job to effectively cover up his illegal activities, disposing of any witnesses to his acts. And he only got worse when he got his Advent Deck. For all the murders he has committed, the House of Justice despises him for that.
  • Mr. Krabs doesn't get why Sudo has a nickname similar to his own name, but knows he doesn't want a crook like him around the Krusty Krab.
  • Coco Reeve and Miranda Campbell are also characters that have been quickly killed off, but they refuse to be associated with the corrupt cop. The same goes for Kisaragi from the same house, who used to hold the title he holds now.
  • Mami was particularly cross when a picture of her and him circulated the Pantheon. Both their deaths were certainly messages to their series protagonist (Madoka Kaname/Shinji Kido) about the dangers of being who they are (Puella Magi/Advent Deck!Kamen Rider), but that's all.

    Portgas D. Ace 
Portgas D. Ace, God of Those Who Are Too Pure For Earth (Fire-Fist Ace, Gol D. Ace )
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  • Theme Song: Ace's Theme
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His hat and googles. Alternatively, his belt buckle.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, with elements of Chaotic Good (especially with the Straw-hat pirates)
  • Portfolio: The Ace, Punny Name, Big Brother Mentor, Sleepy Head, Nice Guy, Better than his brother till the story made him die to save his brother, Born Winner, Fatal Flaw, Elemental Punch, The Gwen Stacy, Go Out with a Smile, Too Good for This Sinful Earth, Taking the Bullet, Dine-and-dashing
  • Domains: Fire, Big Brothers, noble sacrifices, sleepy people, kindness
  • Allies: Monkey D. Luffy, as well as the rest of the Straw-hat pirates, Knuckles, Whitebeard, Jack Sparrow, The Brotherhood (Consisting of not only him and Luffy, but also Mario, Luigi Sans, Papyrus, Sonic The Hedgehog, Tails [Also counts as pitied by]), Jonathan Joestar, Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger, Knight Gundam, Angelo
  • Rivals: Natsu Dragneel
  • Enemies: Fleet Admiral Sakazuki, anyone who dares threaten his brother, notably Monokuma and His Mastermind
  • The time Ace ascended couldn't be any more lucky for Luffy, as Akainu managed to get to him, using the unascended Kizaru to distract the other Straw-Hat pirates and Aokiji to freeze Luffy in place, hopefully finishing off with a icicle spear. Unfortunately for them (and fortunately for Luffy), Ace saved him by thawing Aokiji's ice spear, than engaging in a one on one with him, ultimately beating him. Not only was Luffy ecstatic (to say the LEAST) at Ace's surprise ascension, but his crew also disposed of Kizaru, and were just as shocked and happy at Ace's reappearance, but still let Luffy and Ace take on Akainu himself, and win in the end. When the three sea lords woke up in the House Of Life And Death, Akainu immediately sent the other 2 back to Earth in anger, and is currently plotting a new way to dispose of the Straw-Hat pirates.
    • For now, the Pantheon can finally rest, knowing they don't need to constantly watch out for Akainu and Luffy meeting up, as Ace now hangs out with Luffy and Whitebeard, not only to make up for lost times and to catch up, but because this also discourages Akainu to attack them till he built up a bigger army. While the Pantheon is half scared of this, the other half is also seeing the problem he faces; Luffy (and by extension, his crew,) are already well loved and the few offers he DOES get are by the same people he wants to bring to justice. He is slowly gaining members in the GUAL Templar Order, but is still a ways off from a rematch state.
    • Footage of the fight has made its way onto the web, further angering Akainu.
  • Upon him explaining his story to the Main House (as well as the House Of Theater and Narrative), the sounds they made were just as depressing as Luffy crying; tissue boxes were quickly emptied, towels were dampened, and brothers called their other brothers telling them of their love. Considering that his death was a major game changer, helped save Luffy and proved just how nice of a guy he was, he was given the title of "Those Who Are Too Pure For Earth" and given a spot in the House Of Life and Death.
  • Upon hearing of Ace's ascension and what he did the moment he came here, Whitebeard's screams of joy and laughter could be heard all the way across the Pantheon, even into the deepest corners of The Fallen. He and Luffy quickly organized with Pinkie Pie a ascension party for Ace, one which even Crocodile came to celebrate Ace's ascension and achievement in besting Akainu with Luffy.
    • On that note, while Ace is okay with Crocidile, he still has a eye out in case he tries anything funny, despite Luffy's constant reassurances.
  • Surprisingly, is good friends with Knuckles on ground that their voices are the same...
    • ...Of course, being sparring buddies is also a good common ground they like to have.
  • Garnered a lot of sympathy and from other deities for his tale of woe and how he died and what happened to Luffy afterwards; him narrowly avoiding the Despair Event Horizon. However, the 6 people who respect him and Luffy, bar none, are Sans, Papyrus, Mario, Luigi, Sonic and Tails.
    • Sans pities him because he knew what it was to live in fear of losing your brother one day (or in his case, reset), and has promised to look after them if they look after Papyrus, to which they eagerly agree. Papyrus is not only genuinely sadden by this, but is also happy to see his brother FINALLY passionate about something, and as such, wants to support him as much as possible.
    • Mario and Luigi feel sorry for Ace and Luffy, seeing as they constantly are on the edge of death with every adventure they go on, even making a few parallels from Akainu to Bowser, like mastery in fire, leader of a huge army, brute powerhouses (only major difference is while Bowser's troops follow him out of admiration, Akainu's tropes follow him primarily out of fear). Like with Sans and Papyrus, they have offered their assistance if needed.
    • Sonic was not only sadden by their tale, but also felt like a jerk considering his latest adventure in a lost world had him put a good amount of blame on Tails when he was only trying to help. After a long hug and about a couple thousand apologies (during each one Tails said it wasn't such a big deal), they also chipped in with protecting Luffy and Ace.
    • In return for all of this, everyone, by extension, agreed to help each other out, and thus formed "The Brotherhood", a group for helping brothers in need.
  • Of course, there are still malevolent gods out there who want to cause the pain and despair of Luffy losing his brother again, like Monokuma/Junko Enoshima, who proudly declared that they would make them feel the despair of death and losing their brother again. Luffy was ready to punch them into the next house until Ace had this retort to say;
    Ace: So, you're the girl who's been causing despair for fun here, to the point you enjoy you own despair?
    Junko: That's me; the queen of despair and all of its power!
    Ace: Well, I must you this, queen of despair...who experienced a purer and fuller experience of the pain of despair; you, ruining people's lives for fun and pleasure, or my brother, sobbing pathetically at the ground of my corpse, all alone in the world?
    Junko: Well, DUH! Your stupid brother did! What's the point in that?
    Luffy: *Understanding where this is going* I got better, so despair's power must be pretty weak...
    • Junko stood there silent for a second, before grumbling profanity at them and retreating. They currently trying to figure out a way to get Akainu to let them help him and eliminate Luffy and Ace.
      • Upon hearing of this incident, Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger had got their eyes on the two and forged an alliance, applauding the two for shutting up Monokuma and his mastermind. Ace and Luffy are also helping them stop Monokuma's games.
  • Has grown used to and enjoys the company of Jack Sparrow, but is confused by the time he walked around proclaiming he has a jar of dirt.
  • Is sincerely thankful to Jonathan Joestar for organizing a tourney and letting him fight alongside his brother before his ascension. However, the fact that the Dark Phantom's words of "losing something important" to Luffy were true in the end unnerves Ace a bit.
  • Knight Gundam respects Ace a lot, seeing how he DIED for his brother while Knight Gundam killed his own without knowing it. Ace is currently trying to tell him to stop being so hard about that incident.
  • He has also gained the pity of Angelo, for how he was a Heroic Bastard and how it reminded him of a (much more heroic version of) Angelo's brother. They gained each other's respect and are currently trying to ascend Angelo's brother.
  • Has faced off against Natsu Dragneel over a misunderstanding involving stolen food. He lost, but he made up with Natsu over a large party. He's been wary about turning into fire around him ever since, however.

    Suzaku Kururugi 
Suzaku Kururugi, God Who Cannot Self-Terminate ((Formerly) Knight of Seven, Knight of Zero, Spinzaku, Zero)
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    William A. Zeppeli 
William Antonio Zeppeli, God of Mentors Fated to Die (The First Zeppeli, Monopoly Man, "Glazed in Bitches" Zeppeli)
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Lesser Gods

    Artina 
Artina, Goddess of Killed Off Cuties (The Angel of Avarice, Thief Angel, Vulcanus)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her braided pony tail wrapped around a med kit
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Killed Off Cuties, Unjustly punished kind acts, Good Samaritans, Five Finger Collecting, angel with no fear
  • Domains: Good, Healing, Protection, Suffering
  • Allies: Flonne (chain of command), Valvatorez, Fenrich, Ramza Beoluve, Marona, Raspberyl, Robin Hood, Shion Sonozaki, Rena Ryuguu, Rika Furude, Axel (on a good day), Colette Brunel,
  • Enemies: Mayuri, Nurgle, Sheriff of Nottingham
  • Flonne, upon becoming an Archangel, recommended Artina's ascension. Initially, the other gods were afraid that Artina would be just like her superior, but were relieved to find out that she's a lot more level-headed.
  • Artina has been banned from the House of Commerce for helping Robin Hood steal from the Sheriff of Nottingham and other gods, though this hasn't stopped her from making visits to the House of Crime to plot their next heist.
    • When confronted by the members of the House of Justice, she defends it by saying that they're only collecting illegal funds and nothing more than that. When asked for proof, she always has the proper paper work detailing the various illegal transfers and transactions. The paperwork is so convoluted that some members just want to ignore her crime so that they don't have to bother looking at it. That and the fact that many of her targets tend to deserve it makes some look the other way.
    • Flonne is often asked if it is alright for her subordinate to engage in theft, though Flonne is more concerned that Artina and Robin Hood have yet come up with a name for their partnership.
  • Now acts as a "care taker" for the "Hinimizawa Club Members", being responsible for preventing them from wrecking havoc when in their "infected" state. Rika has provided her with Hinimizawa Syndrome medication (always in syringe form) for this purpose.
    • While Shion is the most psychotic when infected, Rena and her freakish strength and affinity for fire was the reason she was chosen. It helps that Artina rarely feels any fear when it comes to tending those in need.

    Benkei 
Saito no Musashibo Benkei, God of Wielding Many Different Weapons, Including Ones that Aren't Normally Weapons and Standing While Dying (Benkei the Monk, Oniwakanote , Oniwakamaru, The Warrior Monk, The Loyal, Ferocious Monk)
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    Eddard "Ned" Stark 
Eddard Stark, Co-God of Surprising Deaths (Ned, Warden of the North, Lord of Winterfell, Hand of the King, "Mah Nigga Ned")
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    Jason Todd/Red Hood 
Jason Todd, Patron Saint of Dead Sidekicks (Red Hood II, Robin II, Red Robin I, Nightwing II, Red X?, Arkham Knight)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Red Hood helmet or a red Bat symbol.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio Back from the Dead, Black Robin, Costume Copycat, Feeling Inferior to Dick, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Fallen Hero, Being Betrayed By His Mother and Feeling Betrayed By Bruce For Not Killing The Joker, "Well Done, Son!" Guy, Pay Evil unto Evil, Anti-Hero or Anti-Villain.
  • Domain: Sidekicks, Violance, Weapons, Mentalism, Resurrection.
  • Allies: Shinji Ikari, Alfred Pennyworth, Hikage, Kiritsugu Emiya, Laura Kinney
  • Enemies: THE JOKER, The Riddler, The Penguin, The entire GUAE, Tony Montana, Vito Corleone, Hotel Moscow, Most of the House Of Crime and Villains.
  • Really Complicated Relationship: Bruce Wayne, Barbara Gordon.
  • Sibling Rivalry: Dick Grayson, Tim Drake
  • Rivals: Deadpool, Revy, Masato Kusaka
  • Annoyed By: Beast Boy.
  • Oppose: Those who forgive villains
  • High Priest: Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier.
  • In the comic universe, there was a common saying; Nobody stays dead in comics except for Jason Todd, Bucky Barnes and Uncle Ben. Well, the last one stayed true
  • Beaten to near death by the Joker with a crowbar before getting killed in an explosion, Jason Todd's death has always been seen as Batman's greatest failure and has haunted him his entire life. Not only that, but his death is a cruel reminder of how truly dangerous being a young sidekick to a hero was. And he wouldn't be the last reminder.
  • Jason's mental health was a bit of a problem back in the day. At the best of times, he can pretty much act like an Anti-Hero. But at his worst, he can act just as villainest as many of the bad guys he killed. Most likely this was cause becuase by the Lazurus Pit which has a well know side effect of causing mental problems who ever was resurrected. Though, lately he has pretty much been in the more Anti-Hero side. Mostly.
    • Wait, you thought he was resurrected by Superboy-Prime punching reality? Don't be silly.
  • Pretty much hates most members in the House of Crime. Though, there are exceptions like Vi who is a reformed criminal and Isaac and Miria who don't cause any harm in their robberies. He is actually trying to figure a way that the more sympathetic criminals are away so he can blow up the entire house with some C4.
    • He made a preempted strike to the house when he killed most of Balaika's men from Hotel Moscow. To further the insult, he delivered their heads back to the Russian Don, leaving a message that the entire house was next. This left a very piss Balaika and swore vengeance on Jason for killing her men.
  • Has stayed far away from the rest of the ascended Bat family. Some mistakenly believe he doesn't interact with Bruce because he still hates him for failing to save him. That's not true. What he hates is that he never avenged his death by killing the Joker. The only member he even has minimal contact with is Alfred who is know to leave a hot meal for the former Robin.
  • Atleast some of Jason's problem stems from his inferiority complex towards Dick Grayson, feeling that he will never live up to him in Bruce's eyes
  • Has found Beast Boy's constant pestering that he is Red X utterly annoying. Even when he tells him he isn't him, BB is still convince it's him.
  • Has been notice to sound just like Dean Winchester. Though, his voice went through a bit of a change. Now he sounds like Batman, Nightwing, Red Robin, and even The Joker. Let's say Jason doesn't like the voice change that much.
  • Gain rivals in both Deadpool and Revy. The former because he feels Jason stole his style in that one awesome Batman adaptation and Revy who is under contract of Hotel Moscow to kill him. The three even had a three way fight that ended with all parties injured and a quarter of the pantheon in ruins.
  • Has been seen hanging around with Shinji Ikari for some odd reason. Though, Yui Ikari is apprehensive about her son hanging around Jason.
  • Jason has allied himself with Hikage. The two have been know to rough up a few mooks that they encounter.
  • Has required special 'Magic Bullets' from Kiritsugu Emiya to counter any baddies with magic abilities.
  • What's Jason's most cherished memory? Coming down with the Flu as a child and, after being told he can't come on patrol, having Bruce surprise him and spending a night in together.
  • Too say that Jason hates the Joker would be an understatement. He wants the clown beaten to the inch of his life, begging for it before Jason ends it.
  • A alternate version of Jason was reavealed to instead of being killed by the Joker, was tortured by him for over a year under Arkham. The torture was so horrendous, it made him hate Bruce, believing he abandoned him. It also made him more villainest then his comic version as he came back as the Arkham Knight with a whole militia and worked with Scarecrow to inflict the entire city of Gotham with fear gas and put Barbara Gordan's life in danger. All to get revenge on Bruce.
  • Oppose any deities who have forgiven their villains no matter how much they have ruin their lives. Like Naruto Uzumaki and Madoka Kaname. Saying someone is a "cool guy" despite being the cause of your parents death and not punishing a race for harvesting little girls doesn't sit well with Jason.
    • He also doesn't understand why the GUAG would even have a group of Token Evil Teammate. Which is ironic since he would fit right in that group.

    Kanade Amou 
Kanade Amou, Divine Patron of Dead Partners
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  • Theme Song: Kimi To Iu Oto Kanade Tsukiru Made
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her Gungnir
  • Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Near Ace, Losing Her Family to the Noise, Decoy Protagonist, Fiery Redhead, Good Feels Good, Hot-Blooded, Sacrificing Herself for Hibiki
  • Domain: Music, Weapons, Friendship
  • Allies: 2nd Division Symphogear, Suite Pretty Cure, Genjuro Kazanari, Miku Kohinata, FIS Children, Pit, Samus Aran, Iona Hikawa, Odin, Kyoko Sakura, Kamina, Pyrrha Nikos, Cu Chuclainn, Cloud Strife, Karna, Kushina Uzumaki
  • Enemies: I-No, Courtney Gear, HYDRA, Embryo
  • Conflicting Alliance: Kaito Kumon
  • Once the partner of Tsubasa Kazanari in not only as the music group Zwei Wing, but also in eliminating the Noise. The two were inseperable. Unfortunately, Kanade sacrifice herself to both save a young Hibiki Tachibana and destroy a horde of Noise. Her death deeply effected Tsubasa. And for a while, turned her very bitter and angry.
  • When Kanade first ascended to the Pantheon, she went straight to the House of Music, being informed that her old partner was also in the pantheon. When Tsubasa first saw Kanade, she was in brief denial that Kanade was truly in the Pantheon. However, once she was sure she was real, Tsubasa broke down in tears, hugging her once dead partner. Kanade, taken aback, also hugged Tsubasa, tears of her own falling down. Kanade was proud at Tsubasa growth and that she could soar on her own. Because of this, she has kept her distance from Tsubasa. Though, she still hangs out with her on occasion.
    • Kanade became fast freinds with both Chris, Hibiki and Miku and each gave them a hug and thank them for being friends with Tsubasa. Kanade was also surprise when she found out that the girl she saved from that Noise way back became a Symphogear user. She felt bad that a piece of the Gungnir embedded itself in Hibiki's chest and threaten her life. However, Hibiki has zero ill will over it.
  • It should be noted that Kanade does not own Gungnir. She ok with it as she feels Tsubasa and her friends can handle things without her.
    • Though, if the GUAG were to ever take a peice out of Odin's own Gungnir...Who knows.
  • Kanade was a bit surprise when she found out that two members of Suite Pretty Cure, another music theme magical girl warriors, share the exact name as her and Hibiki. What ever the case, she became friends to the four girls.
  • Even though Kanade doesn't wield a spear any more, she has made allies with some. These includes Kyoko Sakura, Cu Chuclainn, Karna, Niko Pyrrha and even Odin, the wielder of Gungnir. She is however more close to Kyoko since she sympathize with her tragic family life. She also learned, being lancer is suffering.
    • Her relationship with Kaito Kumon is a bit rocky. While she does feel for his trouble past, that whole trying to destroy the world really put a damper in any interacting. Though, he no longers desire it.
  • While not a bad person, Kanade first became a Symphogear user so she could avenge her family who were killed by the Noise. However, she started to like helping people and that it felt good doing it. She actually became friends with Iona Hikawa who lost her powers but regained new ones that was power by love and liking that feeling.
  • Gets along very well with Kamina. Might be because they are both dead partners for Tsubasa and Simon and decoy protagonists in their series.
  • While not as close to the FIS Children compare to Tsubasa, Hibiki and Chris, Kanade still became friends with the three, especially with Maria since their lives had parallel yet divergence life.
  • Has often perform in the House of Music, sometimes singing together with Tsubasa.
  • There are some who have notice Kanade sounds a bit like Pit.
  • Cloud Strife has remarked that Kanade's out going personality reminds him of his long past friend, Zack Fair.

    Murky 
Murky, God of Meaningless Deaths (Baby Murloc, Grunty)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A piranha he is always carrying. (And uses as a weapon)
  • Theme Song: Roarcraft. I am Murloc when he gets Serious.
  • Alingment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Originally a pet turned full fledged badass in The Nexus, Cute little Critter but very dangerous, Not even death slows him down, Difficult but Awesome, Wants revenge against the people who slaughtered his village, Shamu Fu, Small, Annoying Creature, his egg is where he revives faster, Murloc, Mrgglglbrlg!
  • Domains: Deaths, Revenge, Murlocs.
  • Heralds: Many Murlocs form his Homeland
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Arthas Menethil, Diablo, Leoric, Anub'arak, Kunkka, Dhuum
  • Neutral Counterpart to: The Incubators
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Bruce the Shark, Rena Ryuugu, Sapphire Rhodonite
  • Some reports of a mysterious Egg found in the house of Aquatic Life led to that egg being investigated by The SCP Foundation. Days later, the Egg went missing and Little Creature by the name of Murky was found roaming the Pantheon.
  • Don't let his appearance fool you, Murky is very capable on holding his own against stronger opponents like Diablo or Arthas. However, he has been noted to die in battle...a lot, and he still returned for more minutes later. Tough no one can explain Murky's abilities he has been rewarded with a position in the Pantheon.
    • It has been once noticed that Bruce the shark once tried to eat him when he saw Murky. Unfortunately, Bruce learned the hard way to not mess with this particular baby Murloc, because since then, Murky has been using the Shark as a weapon.
  • He usually (When he is not motivated by revenge) is a pretty laid-back and nonchalant Murloc but he is very annoyed with Rena Ryuugu. Since the first time that he stumbled upon her, She inmediately wanted to "Take him home". Even him isn't that annoying.
    • He also had an encounter with Sapphire Rhodonite, who found him so cute that she proceed to give him a big hug that ended suffocating the Poor Murloc. Thankfully, he left his egg in his temple but since then he tries his best to avoid Sapphire at all costs.
  • No one seems to understand what he usually speaks, but his motives are much darker than it seems (even managing to scare Diablo of all people). According to Psychic gods (Since there aren't many gods who speak Murloc language), His village was slaughtered by Humans, Orcs and Elves and as a result wants revenge against the culprits but Mysteriously ended in the Nexus. This has Earned the Sympathy of many gods, particularly those who like him are Fish People.
    • Aquaman is actually one of the few people that understand his Language (Beside the Psychics). As a result, Murky usually goes to his temple for "Therapy Sessions"
    • Meron is actually a little jelous of Murky, Since she always wanted to live a tragic story like him. Murky still can't believe that a Mermaid Princess, wants to actually experience the feeling of witnessing your village getting slaughtered. Even if she really didn't meant Ill will, He can't help but Facepalm when she says that.
    • Actually good friends with Leviathan the Tidehunter after their first meeting. Tidehunter really Admires Murky's Determination and sees him as the little brother he never had. He actually is training him so he can finally defeat Kunkka for good. Murky even has gotten used to some of Tidehunter's Ocurrances.
  • Befriended fellow god Sasuke Uchiha after he heard his story, since he also lost all his village as a kid. Sasuke actually tries to warn Murky to not let hatred drive him or Pursue a similar Path like he did, Or worse, end up like Ren Hakuryuu.
    • Kratos also identified with Murky's backstory, seeing in him the young and angry boy he used to be. Murky has been acting as some kind of Morality Pet to him lately, but he still brings him to battle when the time calls.
    • Murky is one of the few animals who isn't scared in the presence of Sayo Samonji and the latter actually encourages him to take revenge on all the people who wronged him. While Murky is grateful of the Boy's proposal, he is trying to lay off Vengeance for now.
  • A frequent visitor of the house of Food where he usually order his favourite food, the Puffer fish. Since his arrival, the fish food has decreased in quantity and many suspect that he has been stealing some of them to use them in battle.
    • It was later proven true that he indeed, had stolen those fishes and illegally sold them around the pantheon. The court of gods in retalation, has forced him to repay all the loses the house of Food experienced because of him. The solution? He opened a particlar Taco joint where he mixes tacos with Fishes. Since then Murky's Pufferfish Tacos has become a really popular point of interest in the Food House.
  • Has been ocasionally spotted doing a Special dance.
  • He usually can't stand Humans, but he has found a kindred spirit in Kenny McCormick, thanks to Kenny's Condition. Altough, Murky wonders where does Kenny respawns, But since Murky does this from an Egg, he thinks that Kenny might do something similar. This was confirmed true when Kenny told him that indeed, every time he dies he is reborn from his mother
    • Mysteriously enough, he gets along pretty well with Grenth, partially because Grenth is curious how Murky manages to revive minutes later after being killed. He has been taking closer looks to the eggs that the Baby Murloc carries so he can understand the nature of Murky's Unknown powers.
  • When Dhuum heard that another god who can cheat death entered the Pantheon, he want ballistic and demanded to see him. When he found Murky, he couldn't take him seriously and cutted him with his Scythe. Unfortunately, He wasn't prepared for the Murloc's Rampage and was ultimately defeated because Murky refused to stay dead for more than two seconds. He sweared to get him back sometime, but this conflict became much worse when he learned that Murky befriended his Archnemesis Grenth. Witnesses reported that dhuum didn't take the news very well
  • Once, he was found wearing a power armor and surprisingly, it looked really good on him. Many suspect this was the doing of Rena Ryuugu but she didn't comment on being involved with the creation of Grunty.
    • On another ocation, he was seen wearing an Easter Bunny suit. It was so cute that he was later spotted running away from a legion of Goddesses who wanted him as a Pet.
  • Note: Murky's status in the Pantheon is radically different than other deities, in the sense that he is one of few deities that his "Death rules" apply differently than the rest of the Ascended deities, alongside Grenth. (Altough he can still normally die, he has the distinction of always resurrecting inmediately from his egg)
  • "Mrgglglbrlg rmrmgllg mrggggm" note 
  • Also present in the House of Game Design.

    Proto Man 
Proto Man, God of the Secretly Dying and Those Who Want to Die Free (Blues, DLN-000, Break Man, Bruce, Prometheus)
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    Shadow Yamoto 
Shadow Yamoto, Goddess of Deadly Resignations
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  • Theme Song: Black Orchid Headquarters Rooftop, either version
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her Kato-style mask
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good, originally Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Absolute Cleavage, The Best In Corporate Espionage, Combat Stilettos, Domino Mask, Hell-Bent for Leather, But She Cleans Up Nicely In A Qipao, She Knows Too Much, Stock Ninja Weaponry
  • Domains: Ninjas, Assassins, Corporate Espoinage, Ninjitsu and Taijutsu
  • High Priest: Larcen Tyler
  • Allies: Black Orchid, Jago, Maya Fallegeros, Kenshi Takahashi, Ezio Auditore
  • Rivals: Kasumi Goto, Crimson Viper, Kitana, Liu Kang, The Spy, Lady Shiva, Elektra Natchios
  • Enemies: Quan Chi, Shinnok, Kano, Ra's al-Ghul, Talia al-Ghul, Vector of the Wolfpack, Reaper, Widowmaker
  • Mentor To: Cassandra Cain-Wayne and Damian Wayne
  • Odd Friendship: with Leifang (due to their shared love of Chinese-style dresses)
  • Scouted By: Both the Grand United Alliance of Good and the Grand United Alliance of Evil
  • No one in the Pantheon bats an eye when a crimson-colored cloud of smoke appears in the Pantheon, the deities assuming that it's either Batman or one of the deified members of the Batfamily. Kano, for his part, thought that it was his Black Dragon cohort, Tasia. Everyone was pretty damn surprised to see a Japanese woman wearing a Kato-style mask and dressed in a quipao emerge from the smoke. Shadow Yamoto has come to the Pantheon.
  • When she was a mortal, Shadow was the darling of the Black Orchid Group, a criminal organization specializing in corporate espionage and assassination. Upon discovering that she herself would be eliminated should she fail a mission for the organization, Shadow attempted to blow the whistle on the organization. However, her mentor had gotten the jump on her and shoved her off the rooftop of the Black Orchid building, falling 101 stories to her death.
    • But her death was not the end, as she found herself competing in a martial arts contest hosted by the Eternal Champion, the prize being that the winner can return moments before their death to change their fate.
    • Turns out that Quan Chi had Shadow scouted to become one of his revenants. Fortunately for Shadow, the Eternal Champion had gotten to her first. Quan Chi's second choice? Hanzo Hasashi. Quan Chi still desires her soul in his service.
    • Liu Kang and Kitana are both pissed over the fact that Shadow had cheated death by winning the Eternal Champion's tournament, believing that they both deserve a second chance at life.
  • Her arrival has caught the attention of the deified assassins and spies in the Pantheon. Shadow is no fan of Ra's al-Ghul and his daughter, Talia, a bitter rivalry going back to her days with the Black Orchid. Even though Shadow is no longer with the organization, the animosity is still present.
  • Shadow was surprised to hear that a deity shares the same name as the organization that screwed her over. Fortunately for Shadow, Black Orchid is a good guy (with both Jago and Maya vouching for her), and while Shadow is slightly wary around Orchid, the pair have become allies.
  • Shadow finds herself in the crosshairs of both Reaper and Widowmaker, after refusing to join their team. When told that refusing them could have lethal consequences on her end, Shadow merely replied, "I died once already. It's no big deal."
  • Has a soft spot for children, which surprising. Shadow finds herself playing mentor to the youngest members of the deified Batfamily, Cassandra Wayne and Damian Wayne. Shadow actually had a laugh upon discovering that Damian was Talia's daughter with Bruce Wayne and the grandson of Ra's al-Ghul.

    Shizuku Ashuu/Weiss Winterprison 
Shizuku Ashuu, Goddess of Pointless Sacrifices (Weiss Winterprison)
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Human form 

    Xion 
Xion, Goddess of the Erased (Number XIV, No. i, Replica)
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  • Theme Song: Musique pour la Tristesse de Xion, Vector to the Heavens (when battling)
  • Lesser Goddess, Greater God(dess) in boss form
  • Symbol: A bright seashell
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Artificial Artificial Human, expanding combat prowess, Transferable Memory, having may spoilers, Combat Stilettos, disappointment, being the Token Good Teammate (possibly more than Roxas), The Blank, Shapeshifter Default Form, Sequential Bosses
  • Domain: Exclusion, the Forgotten, Erasure
  • Followers: Protagonists of It's a Wonderful Plot storylines, burnt-out Torches, Linda Styles, the victims in Forget Me Not, Dr. W. D. Gaster, Captain Hoek and Cadet Stimpy
  • Allies: Roxas, Axel (Lea), Ventus, Riku, Ruby Rose, Master Hand, the Duck Hunt Dog, Roy Mustang, Mr. Eaten, Sunset Shimmer, Dog (sorta), Courage the Cowardly Dog, Filia, Snoopy, Pluto the Pup, Ash Crimson, Milla Basset, Guthix
  • Enemies: Master Xehanort (specifically his Nobody, Xemnas)
  • Once forgotten by everyone she'd ever met, until Roxas' ascension from within Sora's heart. In there, Roxas recalled her, and later fully remembered with a little memory jogging from Ruby Rose (due to a resemblance). She was eventually given a proper place in the Pantheon after a long and difficult series of events:
    • Roxas, Lea, and Ruby (in disguise as Xion) made a beeline for the Lost Woods to rescue their (Roxas and Axel's) friend.
    • As a result of this, chooses Ash Crimson as her High Priest after seeing his Heroic Sacrifice via Temporal Paradox.
    • Said High Priest has ascended, giving Xion extra company.
  • Riku is happy to see Xion again, having helped her out at different points of her one mortal year. While her Keyblade is still false, he's willing to train with her.
  • In life, Xion had a strange tendency: She would appear differently based on whomever was looking at her, and only her friends could see her preferred form. However, obtaining divinity seems to have resolved this issue.
  • Like with Roxas, she's a little uncomfortable around Raiden, for the same reasons.
  • Xion has formed an unlikely friendship with Master Hand. The latter knows what it's like to fall from grace and then claim a proper position at last, as he has in the past (with Xion being trapped in the Lost Woods outside the Pantheon, and Master Hand formerly being in the Fallen). As a token of their friendship, Xion gave Master Hand a seashell and Master Hand gave Xion a CD that can play her leitmotif in the background.
    • Since hearing of Master Hand's influence in the Duck Hunt Dog's ascension, Xion has gone to meet him and suffered severe Cuteness Proximity (much like when she met Pluto). Most gods are shocked that she bears no ill will toward the dog, but then remember how she's not unanimously loved herself.
    • It was during one of these visits that she eventually came into contact with a fellow ally of the dog, Sunset Shimmer, with whom developed she developed a similar friendship with over their Base-Breaking Character (though reduced in Sunset's case) status.
  • She also formed a friendship with Filia, another fellow dog lover, who fittingly enough, is also an Amnesiac Hero. Perhaps because of this, they have both sworn never to forget the other.
  • Both Roxas and Lea have joked that if Xion were to ever get a Pokémon partner of her own, it would be either Growlithe or Lillipup, owing to her love of dogs (compared to Roxas with Gardevoir, and Lea with Infernape).
  • Gets along very well with Roy Mustang, a fellow dog lover. His abilities with fire also remind her of Axel.
  • Considers herself to be a girl, and would therefore like the other gods to go with that.
  • She's the closest thing to a friend that Mr. Eaten has, mostly because of their similar fates. While Xion is smart enough not to ask for too many personal details, she's saddened that someone could have suffered an even worse un-personning than the one she experienced herself, and hopes that someday Mr. Eaten will find some solace beyond the hunger and rage.
  • She was, needless to say, very surprised to meet Ventus. In fact, when she first saw him, she mistook him for Roxas. It wasn't until Axel introduced him that Xion realized her mistake. Since then, Ventus occasionally joins Roxas, Xion, and Axel for ice cream.
    • Provided there's enough room for him, of course. Sometimes, one (or both) of the two Gardervoir might be with them. Xion has no idea on what to say other than that "she's lost on words".

Demigods

    Arngrim 
Arngrim, the God who Preferred Death Over Execution (Genius of the Battlefield)
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  • Demigod (yet he can keep up with the Intermediate Gods)
  • Symbol: His sword
  • Alignment: True Neutral, develops into Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Being Guts, Badass Normal, wearing no torso armor, BFS, Jerk with a Heart of Gold
  • Domain: Battle, Afterlife, Death
  • Allies: Lenneth Valkyrie, Hrist Valkyrie (sometimes)
  • Enemies: Lezard Valeth
  • The first thing that several gods noticed was Arngrim's eerie similarity to Guts. Some even believe they're the same person, as the two have yet to be seen together.
  • Having been an einherjar on multiple occasions, Arngrim felt that the Pantheon was similar to Valhalla in a few ways. He usually spends his time either in the House of Combat or sleeping on some stairs.
    • He has noticed that, unlike Odin, the Main House and Counsel of Gods actually don't bother to make trouble for the mortals, so Arngrim's content to just leave them alone. He's still not particularly reverent, however.
  • Some theorize that Arngrim committed suicide not only to avoid an execution, but because he's too awesome to be killed by any mortal but himself.
  • Arngrim has a colorful history, in regards to the other Valkyrie Profile gods in the Pantheon, having worked for Lenneth and Hrist, and once teaming up with Lezard. He's also fought against Hrist (with Lezard) and against Lezard (with both Valkyries, separate occasions). When asked about this, he shrugged and stated that, as a mercenary, he's used to this.
  • Arngrim is sometimes mistaken for Meowth when other people aren't listening. Arngrim rightfully cannot even grasp why.
  • Beware his Soul Crush, Final Blast. If you hear these words, stand back:

    Coco Reeve and Miranda Campbell 
Coco Reeve and Miranda Campbell, Goddesses of Cruel And Unusual Deaths
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Left: Miranda Right:Coco
  • Demigoddesses
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Symbol: Their respective Para-mails
  • Portfolio: Cruel and Unusual Death, Mauve Shirt, Child Soldiers, We Hardly Knew Ye, Diabolus ex Machina, Bare Your Midriff, Spared by the Adaptation
  • Domains: Death, Children, Combat
  • Followers: Cranberry, Most of the cast of Future Diary
  • Allies: Ange, Hilda, Francesca Lucchini, Hibiki, Akatsuki, Ikazuchi and Inazuma, Raiden, Mami Tomoe, Kisaragi
  • Enemies: Embryo, Smaug, Nefarian, Deathwing, Acnologia
  • Odd Friendship: (Coco): Fate Testarossa
  • Fears: Portals, lightning and especially dragons, Malygos
  • Coco and Miranda were both Norma who were taken from their families as babies and were both forced to be Child Soldiers.
    • Unfortunately, both of their first battles ended in disaster as the both of them suffered very disturbing deaths.
    • Coco was bisected by lightning when a singularity opened right above her and Miranda was forcefully ejected from her Para-mail by a DRAGON and was quartered and devoured by three of them in mid-air. For good reason, neither Coco or Miranda want to talk about their past lives with other deities.
  • Ever since their deaths, Coco has been terrified of portals and lightning, causing Coco to stay far away from the houses of Time and Space and Fire & Electricity and Miranda has been terrified of dragons, although Coco shares this fear with Miranda so they both avoid the house of Dragons.
    • Coco also avoids Darius like the plague due to his main method of killing his enemies.
    • Coco's also deathly afraid of Chell and Hoopa due to their constant usage of portals. Coco has also started to fear Noob Saibot due to him often using portals to bisect his enemies, this ended up giving Coco nightmares for weeks.
    • Both Coco and Miranda (Especially Miranda) are terrified of many of the evil dragons of the Pantheon such as Smaug, Acnologia, Deathwing and Nefarian as well as Magylos due to his insanity. Many neutral and good dragons don't outright terrify them but they do become a lot more nervous and distrustful around them.
  • Due to Coco's death being a result of Coco being distracted, Miranda has taken on more of a protective big sister role with Coco to protect her from any other threats.
  • Upon their ascension, Coco and Miranda ran into fellow First Troop pilots Ange and Hilda. Upon meeting them, Coco asked Ange if she ever managed to get back to her magic nation. Ange said that she did but then told the Awful Truth, proceeding to tell Coco what the humans were like, and that Mana was in actuality, generated from a dragon held sacred to the dragon race and was not only the cause of the dragons' constant invasions, but the Norma being sent as Cannon Fodder to farm them in order for the dragons' hearts to fuel the source of Mana at the mutual expense of both dragon and Norma alike. Needless to say, Miranda felt utter indignation at having being used and dying to that end, but also vindication towards being right about said magic nation being a pile of bunk, especially hearing about the aftermath of the removal of Mana, when the humans heckled Ange for help like a bunch of needful jerks. Hearing that Ange scared them off and forced them to deal with their own problems made her giddy after all the crap their fellow Norma put up with.
  • Coco and Miranda are becoming friends with magic users who accept their lack of magic.
  • Coco and Miranda have been seen getting along well with Eko and Yuki Nagato due to sharing certain similarities with the both of them.
  • Despite the fact that Coco is deathly afraid of lightning, Coco is a good friend of Fate Testarossa due to her sounding like Ange and has been really nice to her. Whenever Fate gets into combat, however, Coco backs away.
  • Due to Coco and Miranda being taken to Arzenal while they were babies and forced to fight DRAGON's as children, both Coco and Miranda are good friends Francesca Lucchini and the Akatsuki shipgirls who also fight weird creatures despite being children.
    • Raiden has stated that he will protect Coco and Miranda and he hates seeing children used for warfare. This has led Coco and Miranda to becoming good friends with Raiden and they appreciate his desire to protect them both.
  • It's not uncommon for Coco to go to the house of food as she enjoyed the pudding back on Arzenal. Coco greatly prefers the pudding made by the house of food and due to her love of pudding, Coco has become good friends with Neptune.
  • Coco and Miranda both have a secret fear of Salamandinay. Both Ange and Salako have assured them that the dragons mean them no malice since their quarrel was with Embryo the whole time, and infact united with the Norma and together destroyed their mutual archnemesis, and now coexist in peace in the original earth from where the dragons came. Both Coco and Miranda believe them but still fear her and neither Ange or Salako can blame them given how they died.
  • After accidentally causing their deaths, one of the first things Ange did was pay for the tombstones for Coco and Miranda, the two of them were grateful that Ange did that but were worried that others might eventually forget about them so Treize told them not to worry about that as he keeps a list of all people who die in war or combat, no matter their allegiance, and makes a point to remember each name.

    Fred C. Dobbs 
Fred C. Dobbs, God of Death from One’s Greed
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    Kisaragi (Kancolle anime) 
Kisaragi (anime version), Goddess of Death After the Calm (Kisa-Wo-Gi)
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  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A wrecked model of the Japanese Destroyer Kisaragi. Alternatively, her hairpin, floating in water
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Being Introduced and Killed Off Quickly, Victim of Last Breath Bullet, Sacrificial Lamb, Sempai (to Mutsuki), Caring About Her Hair, Hair Decorations, Zettai Ryouiki, Moe Anthropomorphism
  • Domains: Death, Vanity, Destroyers, Resurrection, Abyssals(?)
  • Allies: The rest of the Fleet Girls (Naka, Yamato, Musashi, Fubuki, Ikazuchi and Inazuma, Bismarck, Akagi, Shimakaze, Tenryuu, Tatsuka, Ushio, I-19, Ryuujoy, Ooi, Kitakami, Sendai, Hibiki, Yuudachi), Admiral
  • Enemies: The Abyssal Fleet (Wo-Class (who might be herself), Re-Class, Seaport Princess, Northern Ocean Princess), The Kraken, Davy Jones
  • Unlike her fellow Fleet Girls what came before, she was the only one who specifically has memories of her anime incarnation. More specifically, how she died after a singular Abyssal Fighter managed to drop a torpedo at her before blowing up, sinking her in one strike (which, unfortunately, is about the same how the real Kisaragi sunk). All simply because she didn't pay attention after the Abyssal Fleet was retreating.
    • Her situation makes her bit weird to talk to the rest of the ascended Fleet Girls, as she feels like they are not the ones she knows. They have commented that she is definitely less teasing than she normally is.
    • What makes Kisaragi even weirder that she might have lived on; as the Wo-Class "Yorktown". While the gods brought in her body, her soul might have resurrected as that.
  • Used to be the Goddess of Quickly Killed-Off Characters, though some gods were wondering how much we actually saw of her and the fact that her death still had impact later on. As such, she was moved to a bit more fitting spot.
  • As a victim of "Curse of Episode 3", she quickly became a follower for Mami Tomoe before becoming a proper goddess herself. She ponders if Gen Urobuchi is the reason why she died.
    • She has also bonded with Nagisa Momoe, mainly due of her fear that the Wo-Class in Pantheon is her, like how Charlotte and Nagisa are separate from eachother..
  • Once a girl who was ignored by others, her death actually made her popular. There are many people who would have wished to be there to save her, were they either her fellow Fleet Girls, Admirals, some sympathetic Abyssal Girls, and even some outside of her world (like Piccolo, Kamen Rider Kabuto and even Cooler).
  • Has warned Yang Xiao Long to not to worry about her hair too much. Because while she does want to make sure her hair stays neat and tidy, it was the reason why she let her guard down.
  • She is bit mixed on SpongeBob Squarepants. Not because of SpongeBob himself, but due of some of her followers making jokes about her death in his expense. There is also this picture, what she feels bit iffy about.
  • Due to her voice, she seems to get along just fine with Silica and Enju Aihara.
  • Though she was startled by him at first due to his use of Abyssal-like monsters, Kisaragi has become friends with Ryoga Kamishiro (AKA Shark). It helps that he doesn't like the Abyssal Fleet neither, and he pities that they might be Not So Different in that they may be what they have been fighting all these time (Her as Wo-Class, him as Nasch).

    Melvin "Big Smoke" Harris 
Melvin Harris, God of Sympathetic Villain Deaths (Big Smoke, El Grando Smokio)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His hat.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (Dipped into Neutral Evil when he sided with C.R.A.S.H.)
  • Portfolio: Affably Evil, Ambition Is Evil, Big Eater, Big Fun, Face–Heel Turn, Fat Bastard, Flunky Boss, Unwitting Pawn, Walking Spoiler
  • Domains: Loyalty, Betrayal, Drugs, Fame, Money, Food
  • Allies: Tommy Vercetti, Those who fell into ambition
  • Enemies: The House of Justice, Franklin Clinton, Trevor Phillips, Hotel Moscow, Niko Bellic
  • On good terms: The House of Faith
  • Complicated Relationships: Carl Johnson
  • Melvin Harris, also known as Big Smoke, was once the right hand man of Sweet Johnson and a loyal member of the Grove Street Families. However, Smoke later was corrupted by the ambition of being powerful and famous and decided to side with the corrupt cops of C.R.A.S.H. and organized the death of the mother of his best friends. However, even after he got what he wanted, he was struck down by CJ and realized that everything he did was become he became addicted to power and died saying that everyone was going to remember his name. His friend CJ regrets killing him but it was something that had to be done.
  • The House of Justice has kept a close eye on Big Smoke after his rise of power in the crack empire. However, since his mortal his influence has died down overtime and he might not even try to regain his power back.
  • CJ was confused when he saw his old buddy Smoke around the pantheon and actually confronted him. He hasn't forgotten that he was the one that betrayed him but Smoke actually regrets his actions. However, they decided to cut ties and never speak again.
  • Big Smoke ascension didn't sit well with a few other deities from his home franchise. Franklin found Smoke having too many similarities with Stretch, the man who constantly set up his friend Lamar and Trevor doesn't like him because of how he betrayed his friends (He doesn't take betrayal lightly). Niko Bellic is also another one who doesn't like Smoke, given his backstabbing actions remins him a lot of Dimitri Rascalov.
    • On the other hand, Tommy Vercetti is open to make negotiations with Smoke, provided he becomes one of his henchmen in the drug business. Smoke is considering the offer, but doesn't want to fall into the same trap as before.
  • He is not welcome in the House of Friendship given his betrayal. Big Smoke agrees this is a fair punishment.
  • He doesn't have the best relationships with Hotel Moscow, mostly because he had a few run-ins with the Los Santos Russian mafia and even tasked his friends CJ in getting rid of a few members for him.
  • Smoke can be often found in the House of Food, not surprising given his love for eating. He always makes a particular order everytime he goes.
  • It is adviced to never enter his temple without his permission. He has become very paranoid ever since his mortal death and since he no longer has the Ballas protection, you'll be surprised at what he is going to do to you.
  • People have asked him about following the damn train. He still blames CJ for those countless failures.
    • It's not unlikely to see Smoke in the House of Travel chasing trains.
  • Apparently he is a devout christian, so he sometimes visits the house of Faith. He can believe that he became a god after death, so he must be right that people would remember his name.

    Mother Gothel 
Mother Gothel, The Goddess Whose Age Caught Up With Her (Gothel)
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  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: The magic flower
  • Theme Song: Mother Knows Best (Reprise)
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Really 700 Years Old, Evil "Matriarch", Manipulative Bitch, Emotionally Abusive Stepmother, Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette, Vain Sorceress, Cares only for Rapunzel's hair, Wants to stay young and beautiful
  • Domains: Immortality, Rapid Aging
  • Allies: Evil Queen, Ra's Al Ghul, Ghetsis Harmonia
  • Rival: Voldemort
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Frollo
  • Enemies: Flynn Rider, Rapunzel, Quasimodo, Sora, Sophitia Alexandra, Bryan Mills, Jean-Luc Picard, Worf, Izumi
  • Gothel was an old woman who discovered a magic flower which kept her young through a magic song. It was until soldiers sent by the King of Corona to find a cure for his ill pregnant Queen, when the flower was discovered and cured her. As the result, their child Rapunzel bears a golden hair which holds the magical properties of the flower. She uses the hair to replenish her youth but when she snipped it, it lost its power and she began aging. Thus, she kidnapped her and kept her in a tower for 18 years and prevented her from leaving outside until Rapunzel meet the thief Flynn Rider.
  • After she died from old age and turning into dust after Flynn cut Rapunzel's hair which removed the magic from it, she ascended to the Pantheon, although as an old womannote . Somehow, her ascension caused Rapunzel's hair to grow out again with its magical properties (well, usually it fluctuated between that state and her post-cut state, but Gothel's ascension made it permanent. Of course, she couldn't reach Rapunzel with everyone getting in her path, so she needs to seek another source for eternal youth, yet she has used to the flower for so many centuries that she want Rapunzel's hair above all else.
  • She is despised by parents as she kidnapped Rapunzel as a baby and has emotionally abused her into staying in the tower and never leaving outside. She also like to put down Rapunzel while complimenting herself and was willing to lock her away when she drops her facade. Especially Bryan Mills because if you did, he will look for you, he will find you and he will kill you.
  • She found a companion through the Evil Queen who is vain about her beauty. So much that she wanted Snow White out of the way so that she could be "the fairest of them all," much like her and Rapunzel's hair. Though she doesn't interact with Lady Tremaine much, she doesn't like her methods because it didn't serve any purpose other than making Cinderella miserable.
  • Though Frollo has hatred toward witchcraft and her goal of eternal youth would make it like witchcraft, they were a lot in common in being manipulative stepparent to their stepchild through emotional abuse and would view them as a tool. In fact, she and Frollo were married in one universe.
    • Because of that, Quasimodo, also a friend of Rapunzel, hates her as well because of how similar she was to Frollo.
  • She actually approves of Ghetsis's methods as they both took a child and "adopt" them, raising them in a rather isolated environment and conditioned them for their own selfish purposes. They both have a different endgame, but other than that she's disturbing similar to him.
  • Do note that Gothel will use her people as a means to accomplish her goals, and so is prone to backstabbing people when it is part of her plans.
  • Her obsession with eternal youth and immortality caught the attention of Lord Voldemort who seeks immortality and the two end up forming a rivalry. According to him, only he can live forever.
  • Ra's Al Ghul noticed her on how she live for centuries through a magic flower and later through Rapunzel's hair while he survived through the Lazarus Pits which heal wounds and cure every ailments. Though it could drive a person insane if used too much, in which for Gothel, probably wouldn't make a difference.
  • Worf and Picard mistook Gothel for one of their allies Anij has ascended. Not only this isn't the case, Gothel even attempted to fool them for a way to achieve immortality. This made them hate her ever since.
  • Some thought that Gothel might have actually cared for Rapunzel at times: making Rapunzel her favorite dinner, agreeing to go on a long trip to get seashell for her paint she said for her birthday, and other things that Rapunzel genuinely love. But ultimately, her vanity and selfishness overweigh these qualities.
  • Attempted to gain knowledge on Philosopher's Stones and alchemy from Izumi as an alternate youth source. To say that it didn't go well for Gothel is an understatement. After her recovery, mentioning the words "Izumi," "Philosopher's Stone, or "housewife," cause Gothel to run screaming from the immediate area.
  • There's a rumor that Gothel was Megara, Hercules's (Disney incarnation) love interest. Neither party wants to talk about it.

Quasideities

    King Lear and Cordelia (the Shakespeare edition) 
King Lear and Princess Cordelia (the Shakespeare version), Patron Deities of Those Who Received Death by Adaptation (Lear: Leir of Britain; Cordelia: Cordelia of Britain)
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  • Potential House: Character Writing, Manner of Death
  • Symbol: A man sitting on a throne asking for a declaration of love from three women.
  • Theme Song: "Suite"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (for Cordelia), True Neutral (for Lear)
  • Quasideities
  • Domain: Family, Royalty, Love, Death, Narrative
  • Portfolio: Death by Adaptation, Downer Ending, Kill Them All
  • Allies: The good-aligned deities in the House of Family,
    • Cordelia: Every deities who love their parents
    • Lear: Tintin
  • Enemies: Macbeth, Lady Macbeth
  • Complicated Relationship with: British loyalties like King Arthur, King Richard III of England
  • Opposes:
  • Superior: William Shakespeare
  • The famous father and daughter duo whose deaths by Shakespeare was incredibly unexpected, the duo was brought back to life thanks to the influence of their superior and bring into the Pantheon
  • Sometime the two can be seen as Japanese Warlords named Hidetora and Saburo.
  • Macbeth and his wife were at first tried to have contact with the two because hearing that they are also usurpers but was rejected violently by both Lear and Cordelia due to how evil and a bad ruler he is. The fact that the four of them have many look-a-like and one of Lady Macbeth's High Priest is Lady Kaede doesn't help.
  • Due to the fact that the entire tragedy started because of Poor Communication Kills, Cordelia and Lear have been trying to rebuild their relationship and establish clear communication with each other. It isn't easy because Lear has gone insane due to grief of seeing his daughter beheaded, but Cordelia determines to not stop trying. Her effort moved many deities in the Pantheon who love their parents.
  • Due to her status as an exile, married to the King of France and led a coup against the English throne to reinstall her father, Cordelia has a tense relationship with other British royalties like King Arthur and Richard III. They sympathize with her situation but not her action of threatening the crown. They also have problem with the fact that Cordelia knows that her father isn't the most stable ruler and try to re-install him anyway.
    • Their relationship with Richard III is especially on bad term considering the fact Lear and him have many look-a-like.
  • Being a relatively popular work that has a long history, the duo has encountered many interesting interaction thanks to their incarnation:
    • Every mutants in the Pantheon are creeped out by Lear due to the fact that he sounds like a Sentinels that hunt them. Lear knows this and usually appear under one of his counterpart that looks like Magneto.
      • On the other hand, Tintin really warms up to Lear after meeting him due to the fact that his voice sounds like his good friend Capt. Haddock.
    • Lear is NOT pleased when discover that he looks like one of Jack Sparrow's pirates Capt. Barbossa and has been avoiding Sparrow ever since.
  • Chrom at first thought that this Cordelia was one of the Pegasus Knights in Yllise because of their similar names. Cordelia was sadden to hear about how the other Cordelia had to lose her entire squad in order to warn him about the capital's fall and (unknown to Chrom from other sources) how Cordelia never confessed her to him.

    Marion Crane 
Marion Crane, Co-Goddess of Surprising Deaths (Mary Crane)
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  • Theme Song: The Psycho Theme Song, much to her dismay.
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: She insists on the '57 Ford Custom 300 Fordor that she bought when she stays at Bates Motel, but her followers instead worship a bloody shower.
  • Alignment: Formerly True Neutral, attempted to be Neutral Good but didn't succeed thanks to Norman Bates.
  • Portfolio: Anti-Hero, stealing from her company ran by a horrible boss, Heel–Face Door-Slam, staying Alone with the Psycho, Redemption Equals Death, those whose death is well-known
  • Domain: Narrative, Crime, Anti-Hero, Life and Death
  • Allies: Her sister Lila (non-ascended), Prince Zuko, Aerith, Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Ron Weasley, Kamina, Eddard Stark
  • Enemies: Norman Bates & his mother Norma (non-ascended), Bernkastel, any serial killers
  • High Priest: Bernard Marx
  • Marion was thought by the other gods to be the main characters of her world, until she took that fateful shower and got killed horrifically by Norman Bates. The fact that she is a developed character with her own conflict and character act as well as one of the first and most shocking twist in cinematic history caused the gods from the House of Life and Death to resurrect her and put her into the throne.
    • However, true to her position, her resurrection is quickly discovered to be a side effect of an exiled Jean Grey-Summers's Phoenix Force power. The gods quickly jumped to find Jean in order for her to return to her throne in the House of Life and Death while Marion was left in the dust as she doesn't have any particular power.
    • During the aftermath, Marion has a brief crisis about being shoved out of the spotlight again and is very resentful of Jean. However, after a Rousing Speech from one of her fellow gods Kamina (and a translator), Marion acknowledge that she is graceful for her position and vows to do her best to earn her throne and redemption.
  • Her temple is a weird place: Most of her followers doesn't really realize they aren't the main characters until the narrative kill them off from their world and transported there by the House of Life and Death.
  • She has a weird relationship her killer Norman Bates: While she hates him for killing her and destroy her chance to have her own story and redemption, he is the one responsible for her ascendant to godhood in the first place. However, she despises his mother Norma for being the one responsible for his insanity and problems. She took comfort by the fact that she ascended and they did not.
  • Hates Bernkastel's guts for trying to weaponize her temple through her game piece Erika and vows to keep her from using it ever again.
  • Only using bathtub whenever she goes to the bathroom for obvious reasons and made sure her door has at least two bodyguards with special powers.
  • Strikes up an unlikely friendship with Prince Zuko as he sympathizes with the fact her journey is somewhat opposites his: He achieved main character status in his universse through his redemption while she was killed off before she can achieved hers. However, she declined his offer to make a play to explore what would happen if she has escaped Norman, citing that it would make her goddesshood entirely pointless. In truth, it was because she heard warning from Aang about how much... liberty his Fire Kingdom playwrights can took.
  • Despite being told by the other gods as unnecessary, she insists on taking some sort of punishment for her crime during the time that she was mortal. They decided to enlist her into the case of a fan community that keeps harassing Harry Potter as they think he is a Decoy Protagonist and Hermione Granger is the "real" main character of the books. Marion quickly solved the case by declare that because Harry received a large amount of plot importance and character development throughout his franchise, he therefore is a true protagonist in his own right. While the case was deemed by Marion herself and the other gods as just an excuse for her to gain some sort of closure on her crime, she gained Harry, Hermione and Ron's major point for solving an annoying problem for them.
  • Befriended her fellow goddess Aerith for the fact that their death is a well-known fact of their story. She helps Aerith keeps guard of the Book of Plot Twists.
  • After ascending to the pantheon, Marion enlists Sherlock Holmes's help to see if Carmen Sandiego stole the title protagonist from her movie. The detective dismisses her case and points out that Carmen doesn't steal things that would lead to killing.
  • Is frequently seen in the House of Knowledge & Technology to catch up what she has been missing from the 60s. It's reported from the House of Narrative that her favorite invention is the home release system.

    Thomas and Martha Wayne 
Thomas and Martha Wayne, Co-Gods of Origin Story Fatalities and Dead Parents (Doctor Wayne and Martha Kane, Batman and The Joker )
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  • Quasideities(Demigods in the Flashpoint Timeline)
  • Symbol: The gun that ended their lives
  • Alignment: Lawful Good(Thomas), Neutral Good(Martha). Chaotic Good and Chaotic Evil in the Flashpoint timeline
  • Portfolio: Posthumous Character, Motivation for heroism, Death by Origin Story, Total Aversion of Comic Book Deaths, Dead Parents, Honest Corporate Executive, Badassery in another world
  • Domain: Wealth, Tragedy, Family
  • Allies: Bruce Wayne/Batman (their son) and the Batfamily as a whole, Alfred Pennyworth, Jor-El, Minato Namikaze, Kushina Uzumaki, Barry Allen/The Flash
  • Enemies: The Joker, Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin, Eobard Thawne/The Reverse-Flash, Looten Plunder, Mr. Burns
  • In life, the Waynes were a family of kindly philanthropists who contributed to Gotham's success. However, as everyone knows they died at the hands of a mugger. Their son Bruce dedicated the rest of his life to avenge their deaths and stop the crime that killed them, becoming the hero Batman. Their opinion on this varies, but the Wayne family
  • They have noted a disturbing (at least to them) trend of superheroes with dead parents, which they're afraid that they somehow started:
    Thomas: "My God, is every superhero's dad/mom dead?!"
    • Their annoyance at this has only been compounded with how often it shows up in other media, like shonen manga.
  • While most agree that it was a random mugging, their reason for dying varies. Sometimes their killer Joe Chill is an assassin, sometimes he's a desperate thief and sometimes it's part of an elaborate conspiracy. This has been the case in one reality, where they fell victim to. In another reality it was Jack Napier aka The Joker who shot them.
  • Entering the Pantheon has been a boon for Bruce, who finally gets to be with his parents. However, it hasn't been the first time Batman met them after their death; when Brainiac took various timelines, it finally allowed Batman to see his father, albeit from another universe again. Too bad the Joker got him killed, like he did in another reality. He will meet his mother again, at the end of his life when he is about to be reincarnated as himself.
  • Desiring his parents to be alive again, Batman has been scrawling across the multiverse for a scenario. Unfortunately, he has only discovered two realities where they survived.
    • The first is a reality where he was the one gunned down, Thomas is a far more aggressive Batman, and his mother is the freaking JOKER. Oh, and it's a Crapsack World about to destroy itself in war. And the Flash created it by going back in time and saving his mother from being killed by his arch-nemesis the Reverse-Flash, who himself had gone back in time to kill her to begin with. This reality was revisited by Bruce and the Flash while investigating Doctor Manhattan's alteration of the DC Universe. There, Thomas and Bruce met for real, but their reunion did not last long, as the Flashpoint'' world was in its final moments. Before Bruce and the Flash returned to their world, Bruce begged Thomas to come with him, as he had become a grandfather, but Thomas told Bruce to hang the cape and cowl and be a father to Damian, the way he couldn't be for Bruce.
    • The second is a reality where Batman himself intervened across the multiverse in stopping the killing. In this case, the Bruce Wayne grew up a happy son who became Batman out of awe and gratitude to the mysterious man who saved him as a child. However, as Batman had to bend the rules of reality to make this timeline work, most say it doesn't count.
  • Thomas Wayne is a fan of masquerade balls, sometimes dressing up as "the Batman." He's not a fan of rock and roll, but his son is. And he's sick of a certain reviewer claiming otherwise.
  • They may have another son, who's usually a villain of sorts. Bane thought he might be Thomas' child from an affair, but that turned out not to be the case. Both parties are trying to pretend that never happened.
  • With their revival in the pantheon, the Waynes are forming the Generous, Opulant Philanthropist Team to fund the GUAG. They have their son, Scrooge McDuck and Iron Man join.
  • In lieu of their fate, the Waynes have also built an orphanage for the pantheon.
  • Recent rumors have circulated that the Waynes were actually a gangster family, and that only Alfred was clean in raising Bruce. No comment has come out of the pantheon yet for this information, though its accuracy is apparently in dispute.
  • Thomas became pleased that his old friend Jor-El had entered the Pantheon. The two engage in long conversations about their old lives and agreed their sons have become the best men they could ever hope to be.
  • Not so pleasing was the arrival of Eobard Thawne, the man whose murder of Barry Allen's mother created the opening for the Flashpoint timeline. Especially given that during the closing moments of that timeline, Thomas killed Thawne, though installments disagree on whether he stabbed him with a sword or shot him with a gun. He knows that kind of villain is gonna want payback somehow.
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