Narrative, Storytelling and Tropes
This house is commisioned by O-Haruhi-sama as a big library where stories are told from everyone's perspectives (including her own).
It connects in the middle with the Houses of Magic
. Some of their residents used to belong in the House of Theater
as a result of a separation.
The Book of Trope is localized right here.
Haruhi Suzumiya, Goddess of Tropes
(The Unstoppable Force, O-Haruhi-sama
Adam Young, God of Imagination
- Theme Music: Hare Hare Yukai.
- Symbol: SOS Dan Logo.
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral/Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: Tropes, Genki Girls, Being the Girl Goddess, Aliens and Monsters, Academic Athletes, Psionics, Time Travelers, Mutable Hairstyles, Defrosting Ice Queens, Altering Reality, She's Got Legs, Abrasive Yet Secretly Kind-Hearted People, Black Comedy Molestation, Tsunderes, Sweet Girls in Sour Uniforms, Friends to all Children, Deconstructed God Mode.
- Domains: Creation, Chaos, Charm, Destruction, Envy, Mentalism, Tyranny, Resetting the Status Quo.
- Followers: Minori Kushieda, Troy Barnes.
- Much like how the Roman pantheon absorbed those around it, if a fictional group believe in a supreme creator, they're probably thinking about Haruhi.
- Probably Not Kyon's girlfriend.
- A good friend of Adam Young, much to the dismay of Heaven and Hell.
- Some sects believe Haruhi's position rightfully belongs to Sasaki. But since Sasaki herself does not desire this or any other position in the pantheon, this would be a moot heresynote . Likewise, another group of schismatics believe Kyon is the true God of Tropes. He pretends not to hear them.
- Haruhi always keeps her trusty Reset Button, which has caused Status Quo Is God numerous times, such as how Shinji Ikari's moments of happiness get cut short from her pressing it.
- She may have a bit of an ego, but deep down she does care about those around her. Unless you're her enemy.
- Also has a spot in the Main House.
(the Adversary, Destroyer of Kings, Angel of the Bottomless Pit who in Hebrew is called Abbaddon but in Greek has the name Apollyon, Great Beast that is called Dragon, Prince of This World, Father of Lies, Spawn of Satan, Lord of Darkness, the Anti-Haruhi)
Shinichi Watanabe, God of Zaniness
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: Reality Warpers, Destruction of the World and Aversion Thereof, Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
- Domains: Darkness, Destruction, Happiness, Staticism, Meritocracy.
- Allies: Haruhi Suzumiya, Terry Pratchett.
- Enemies: Melkor.
- Adam is the son of Satan and the antithesis of Haruhi. Where Haruhi embodies established elements of stories, Adam represents the destruction of said elements and replacing them with something new. The forces of evil hoped he would tear down the Pantheon and allow them to take over; unfortunately for both them and their enemies, as soon as Adam and Haruhi met, they hit it off and quickly became good friends.
- Is also on very good terms with Trope-Tan, who considers him sort of a mix of a friend and a son-figure.
Littlefoot, God of Sequels and Sequelitis
Sybil Trelawney, Goddess of Foreshadowing and the Not-So-Phony Psychic
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: A Treestar (aka a large green leaf).
- Alignment: Neutral Good, edges on Lawful Good
- Portfolio: Dinosaurs, Executive Meddling, Formulaic Fiction, Recycled Scripts, Direct-to-Video.
- Domains: Theater, Commerce, Nature.
- Followers: Most of Don Bluth's other characters and many Disney hero/ines. Every single slasher villain. Also applies to characters/universes from the following: the American Pie films, National Lampoon, Species, Police Academy, etc.
- Superior: Don Bluth.
- Non-Ascended: The rest of his Prehistoric Pals (Cera, Ducky, Petrie, Spike (the spiketail, not the one in The Fallen), Chomper, and Ruby).
- Ascended: D'Leh.
- Littlefoot has not only been on the receiving end of one of the worst cases of sequelitis in recorded history, but he's lived to tell the tale. His long years suffering under contractually obligated sequels— the only things keeping Universal Cartoon Studios alive— have given him a full understanding of one of the most chaotic constructs of fiction: the sequel.
- Followers seeking relief from their sequelitis go to him for worship. "It's okay," he soothes, smiling sympathetically at them. "As bad as it is right now, at least you'll never co-star with an eight foot tall dinosaur-parrot voiced by Cuba Gooding Jr."
- Has had direct experience working with both George Lucas and Disney, and has had extensive experience working with a franchise run by someone other than the original creator. As such, he is watching the progress of the announced Star Wars sequels very, very closely.
- Oddly enough, despite having 13 sequels and a TV series to his name, there have been known well-wishers who find time to say that a couple were, "pretty good".
- There's a rumor that Batman and The Avengers both personally visited Littlefoot's temple with their recent sequels, begging him to grant mercy on their long term projects. The Question theorizes that Littlefoot agreed to grant them safe passage in return for a favor in the future, and that favor is the reason why My Little Pony has become highly proficient among the Gods. Most of the Gods just roll their eyes at such a ridiculous thought, though a few have worried over Littlefoot cursing them in the future. The God of Sequels is nothing to sneeze at.
- Recently, Dominic Toretto is giving him a run for his money.
Vince Russo, God of Implausible Plot Twists
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: Her large glasses.
- Alignment: Chaotic Weird
- Portfolio: Cloudcuckoolanders, Those Not Taken Seriously, Fainting Seers, Genius Ditzies, Fortune Tellers, Not-So-Phony Psychic, Woolley Guesswork That Turns Out to be Accurate.
- Domains: Prophecy, Strangeness, Fortune.
- Trelawney's temple has the look of a room, at the top of a tower, looking like a cross between an antiques shop and an old person's attic. A fire constantly throws intoxicating fumes in the air, and her worshipers can be seen consulting crystal balls and tea leaves, and making predictions. If you come up there and endure the atmosphere, you can find hints to the future in their activities, but often it's not clear until whatever it was has already happened.
- Trelawney is often thought of as a fraud, but if you look closely, every prophecy she makes comes true, though often not in the way everyone expected.
- One day, before the first whisper of the word 'rebellion', Trelawney read the fortunes of Madoka Kamane and Homura Akemi. In both of their tea readings, she saw the Grim, omen of death. In the reading of the crystal ball, she saw a dark figure looming up behind both of them. This was dismissed as her usual habit of seeing death omens, but when the Upheaval came, that all changed.
- Her glasses make her look like a fly.
- Just because she has her head in the clouds, does not mean you underestimate her. In the Battle of Hogwarts she defeated THE most powerful werewolf all by dropping crystal balls on his head with a simple Wingardium Leviosa.
(Mr. Russoriffic, Mr. Crash TV)
Rod Serling, The Crypt Keeper, and RL Stine, Gods of Hosting Horror Anthologies
- Symbol: A mash-up of the WWE, WCW and TNA logos.
- Alignment: Varies, depending on the storyline
- Portfolio: Shocking Swerves, Double Face Heel Turns, Signature Styles, Fingerpokes of Doom.
- Domain: Avarice, Chaos, Craft, Retribution, Wealth.
- Follower: M. Night Shyamalan.
- Opposed by: Smarks, Jim Cornette.
- Russo recently challenged and defeated M. Night Shyamalan for the throne in asteel cage match. The cage had an invisible electric grid on it, and Shyamalan burned to death trying to escape... or did he?
Joanne Murray, Current Wielder of Chekhov's Gun
- Leitmotif: "Twilight Zone opening" (Rod Serling), "Tales from the Crypt intro" (The Crypt Keeper), "Goosebumps intro" (R.L. Stine)
- Demigods (RL Stine is more of a Lesser God for having more diverse works and if Rod Serling tapped into the true potential of the Twilight Zone he borders on as Intermediate God)
- Symbol: A starry nebula with the words "Twilight Zone" (Rod Serling), A cobweb covered chair (The Crypt Keeper), and Slappy the Dummy (R.L Stine)
- Alignment: Neutral Good (Rod Serling), Chaotic Good (R.L Stine) and Chaotic Neutral (The Crypt Keeper)
- Portfolio: hosting horror shows, telling collections of stories (some of them for kids) (R.L. Stine), unexpected endings (that may be cruel, happy, have the protagonist learn a horrifying truth, have karma get characters in the end, have everything start all over again, the protagonist or characters dead, the enemy winning but most of the time mandatory), teaching lessons to people (Rod Serling), making "ghoul" puns (The Crypt Keeper).
- Domains: Horror, Stories, Aesops, Unexpected Endings.
- Allies: HP Lovecraft, Voltaire, Uncle Howee (for RL Stine).
- High Priest: The Midnight Society.
- There was a bit of a debate for these three gods as they all had their own tales of horror that gave them a right to obtain godhood. After a debate by the powers that be, it was decided that all three would each share the title. Seeing as the three all had their own stories to tell—and could probably learn more from each other on their own breed of story telling, the three agreed.
- Each of the gods have their own stories to tell for whomever wants to listen to them. Traversing through their temple, however, is a bit difficult due to Rod Serling's temple unexpectedly leading people into the Twilight Zone as it were. It should be noted in that Rod Serling does not have control of the Twilight Zone; he only tells the stories in relation to them.
- R.L Stine has warned many of the child gods who read his works to beware... they're in for a scare!
- Miyuki Hoshizora has read many of their works and is slightly angry that the majority of them don't have happy endings. The three have pointed out that Horror stories aren't supposed to be happy to begin with. However, she is thankful and relieved for the ones that actually do have happy endings.
- The Cutie Mark Crusaders once came by here to have a story help them gain their Cutie Marks. Instead, the three gods weaved a story so horrifying that the had nightmares for weeks. Thankfully Princess Luna was there to approach them in their dreams and help them face the horrors that came from the stories.
- Nicholas St. North was said to weep tears of joy when he saw the episode of The Twilight Zone called "Night of the Meek", thanking Serling for making such a beautiful tale about Christmas.
- Many gods in the House of Technology worked together to create an arcade pinball machine that replicates the tales and eeriness of Rod Serling's anthology. It's a huge hit and now is located in the House of Gaming.
- He also has a ride known as the "Tower of Terror" where visitors get to reenact the story of how a family of five died after lightning struck the elevator that was taking them to the thirteenth floor. Again, this is also a huge hit.
- The three are very popular with many of the darker gods in the pantheon for their horrible stories (and also because many of them don't have happy endings, but Rod Serling stories do have good endings). Alice, alongside Hansel and Gretel have them read as bedtime stories.
- Jack Skellington has asked them for new material for his Halloween performances and has a collection of their stories in his Temple for a bit of light reading.
- The Crypt Keeper has become very annoyed with one Artix von Krieger who can't control that paladin impulse to smite the undead. For this, the Crypt Keeper has started to buy lots of pink things to make Artix turn the other direction.
- The Crypt Keeper can be a pretty nice guy when he's not making stories to scare the shit out of people. In fact, Arnold Schwarzenegger actually helped host a tale with the Crypt Keeper...while training the Crypt Keeper with heavy weights.
- RL Stine was happy to find one of his creations, Uncle Howee, in the Pantheon. Rod Serling was mixed as there was An Aesop regarding television as a teaching aid (but also agreed that the main character got what was coming to him), and Crypt Keeper laughs at the craziness of the titular Uncle Howee.
Naraku, God of Filler
- Demigoddess (Normal Human, but with a great power over Chekhov's Gun that allowed her into the Pantheon)
- Symbol: The Harry Potter series.
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: All Manner of Things that are Used, Forgotten About, and Then Come Back To Bite.
- Domains: Secrets, Hidden Things, Details You Didn't Notice the First Time.
- Followers: All previous wielders.
- Ally: Alan Wake.
- Underlings: Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Luna Lovegood, Lord Voldemort, Bellatrix Lestrange, Dolores Umbridge, Draco Malfoy, Cornelius Fudge, Sybil Trelawney.
- All of the Harry Potter disgraces hate her, as she the author of the canon that they seek to refute. They have attempted to attack her directly, and have learned the hard way that Jo is not to be messed with, as not only can she use the powers that Chekhov's Gun grants her very well, but every character that she created can be expected to come to her aid in times of need.
- Is hated by a lot of Sue-Authors (as well as Rose Potter) because they don't understand how Jo's work was hailed as great literature, while their own creations are condemned to the Disgraces, even though Jo uses characters that are "lesser" than those made by Sue-authors. Jo does not respond to their various challenges, preferring to let the true merits of the Harry Potter series and the fan reaction to the Sues speak for itself.
- Although that's her official policy, it is suspected that she created the character of Nymphadora Tonks as a response to these characters, as Tonks is a fully-realized character with many of the superficial traits of Mary Sues.
- A group of schismatics has also claimed that she wrote My Immortal, just to prove that she was better at everything writing-related than her fans, including writing badly. This sect is mostly ignored.
- J.K. Rowling was not the first wielder of Chekhov's Gun. That belonged to the one who invented it, whose name is lost to time. She is simply the current one. Before her was Anton Chekhov, who named the fool thing, so his wielding of it was kind of inevitable. J.K. ascended to her position by her use of many and varied styles of Chekhov's Gun, aside from the basic Chekhov's Gun and Chekhov's Gunman (not that she doesn't have a lot of them too). She has Chekhov's Gift, Chekhov's Classroom, The Legendof Chekhov, and more. Nothing in Harry Potter comes without Foreshadowing. This quality of hers led to her being presented with the power over the artifact, which she uses to great effect (of course, a savvy viewer could have found that out long beforehand).
- The Gun itself is still an artifact, and still kept in the Pantheon Treasure chambers, but J.K. can summon it out, and lend it for the use of lesser writers, and use it herself, to great effect due to the nature of reality in the Trope Pantheons.
- Has written books other than the Harry Potter series; The Casual Vacancy and The Cuckoo's Calling. The latter she wrote under a pen name, Robert Galbrath. It took four months before she was outed.
(The Unkillable One)
The Snarl, Tangle of the Threads of Reality
Wade Wilson, Destroyer of the Fourth Wall
(Deadpool, Merc With a Mouth)
Parker Lewis and Ferris Bueller, Dual Gods of Zany Scheming
Lieutenant Mary Sue, Goddess of Parody Sues
- Theme song: "Never Do It Now".
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: A yellow Narrative Box.
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (many believe i'm intentionally playing Chaotic Stupid)
- Portfolio: The No Fourth Wall, Lampshade Hanging, Meta Guys, Being Genre Savvy, Medium Awareness, Crazy Awesomeness.
- Domain: Madness, Chaos, Destruction, Illusion.
- Allies: Pinkie Pie, Lambdadelta, Etna, The Warner Brothers and their Warner Sister Dot, Ambush Bug, who did it all first... and Lobo, my fourth wall breaking buddy.
- I'm a God now? Awesome!
- I wonders if this means I can talk in bullet-point format now...
- We're good.
- Oh, little bullet point format, I've missed you so! We will have so much fun together!
- I've had some really good times with the Doc down there, let me tell you!
- I'm in the Main House now! Suck it, Wolverine!
(The Original Sue)
Sol Badguy, God of False Marty Stus
- Symbol: A Starfleet Badge, but shinier than usual.
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Parodies Of The Mary Sue Concept, The Youngest Lieutenant In The Fleet At Fifteen And A Half Years Old, Half-Vulcan, Incorruptible Pure Pureness.
- Domains: Space, Beauty, Perfection.
- Followers: All Non-Disgraced Mary Sues (though she wishes that they wouldn't, they just missed that her fanfiction is a parody).
- Allies: James T. Kirk, Spock, Leonard McCoy (she met them in her fic).
- In Good Terms With: The Protectors Of The Plot Continuum.
- Headbutting Heroines With: Ichigo Momomiya.
- Enemies: The Disgraces, for trying to bring her back to Mary Suetopia.
- High Priest: Ensign Sue (her successor).
- Mary Sue died heroically saving the Enterprise, but members of the House of Theater found her casket floating through space and discovered that she was not quite dead. They revived her, and she immediately stood trial for being a Mary Sue (in fact, the one who named the trope). She was thrown to the Disgraces, but changing standards of what makes a Sue rendered her sins small potatoes, and that combined with her satirical intent allowed her to jump to Purgatory, and then return to the Pantheon.
- Despite her redemption, many of the Disgraces still see her as the original Sue and follow her. This greatly embarrasses Mary, and she has tried to get them off her back, but with no success.
- Spends most of her time in the Pantheon trying to prove that she's worthy of being a true Goddess. She has won over several of the members of the Pantheon, mostly Gods with a sense of humor, but others remain hostile and suspicious of her.
- Surprised everyone, including the PPC, when she asked them for a role as an agent. They accepted (though not without first checking to make sure they hadn't gone hallucinatory), and now Mary Sue works for their organization, taking out Sues her own way.
- She's currently happy with her current role in this house... however, Kirk is trying to seduce her like the another time, she's not pleased. She's having a hard time convincing him that she's not that type of Sue.
(The Guilty Gear, The Corrupted Flame, Frederick
, Marty Stu done right
Elan, God of Genre Savvy Morons
- Theme Song: Keep Yourself Alive 2 or 3.
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: The Fireseal or the Mark of the Gears.
- Alignment: Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: People With Baggage, Rampant Badassery, Cauterizing and Cutting All at Once, Stoicism, Good Sentiments Hidden by Bad Words, Being Strong, Yet Smart, Power Limiters, Standing in for the Creator.
- Domains: War, Freedom, Revenge, Fire.
- Follower (or those who hide in his temple): Duke Fleed.
- Allies: Ichigo Momomiya, Mana Aida/Cure Heart, Souji Tendou/Kamen Rider Kabuto.
- Sets the examples of a well-made character that skirts the line of Marty Stu and Mary Sue after the Disgrace of Eragon (formerly) and Berii Shirayuki. Currently, his temple is a safe haven for those falsely-accused Sues/Stus hiding from the wrath of Ichigo Momomiya. Any misbehavior, however, will be repaid with a headbutt straight into the Court of the Gods for them to be judged and eventually be sent to the Disgraces, or right onto Ichigo's vengeful wrath. Best not talk about what fate befell on the ones who suffer the second category.
- Souji Tendou of the Toku Base was sent to his temple as a recommendation of Zordon. Sol feels that he's obviously overpowered, but at least got a reason for that. Tendou says that he trained 7 years to achieve said strength and skills instead of just gaining it without a reason, which is a common Stu trait. Sol gains Tendou's respect.
- Would be a Greater God if he ever removes his headband, but since that would give him something in common with Eragon, he refuses to do so.
- Pulls double duty as the God of Atoners in the House of Heroes.
The Lorax, God of Green Aesops
- Symbol: Banjo, God of Puppets.
- Alignment: Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: Genre Savvy, Lack of any other Savvy, Banjos.
- Domain: Illusion, Wisdom (only aplies to genre related knowledge), Inspiration.
- Allies: Flonne
- Elan was raised up by Banjo himself, as his high priest.
Tony Schiavone, Master of Hyperbole
- Lesser God
- Symbol: A Truffula Tree.
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Nature Spirits, Those That Are Ignored Even Though They're Right, Somewhat Bittersweet Endings.
- Domains: Knowledge, Nature, Renewal.
- Followers: Hei Bai, Crysta (FernGully), Earth Maiden Arjuna.
- Allies: Captain Planet, Aang, Tinkerbell, WALL-E and EVE.
- Enemies: Looten Plunder, Azula, Hexxus.
- Serves as the caretaker of the House of Nature and the Pantheon's garden.
- (Sigh...) his new Mazda will come in handy for that, I guess.
- Also present in the House of Nature.
King Gator, God of WTF Moments
- The Greatest God in the history of the Pantheon!
- Symbol: The WCW Monday Nitro Logo.
- Alignment: Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: Hyperbole, Two and Three-Announcer Teams, Shocking Swerves.
- Domains: Theater, Competition, Temptation.
- Former Superior: Vince Russo.
- Opposed by: Jim Ross.
- As an announcer, Schiavone never directly gets involved in any of the numerous fights that take place in the Pantheons. Instead, he offers his insights on the action alongside a jolly fat guy and a former manager who actually knows what he's doing. Schiavone is also incredibly easy to please, as evidence by his overwhelmingly positive review of a match between Iron Chef Morimoto and a bale of hay, which ended in a time-limit draw.
Tanaka Yutaka, God of Mood Whiplash
Alan Wake, God of Badass Authors
- Theme Song: "Let's Make Music Together"
- Symbol: A thought bubble filled with question marks.
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: Randomness, Crossdressing, Talking and Singing Animals
- Domains: Animal, Chaos, Trickery.
- Ascended in a massive, freaky, suggestive all-singing-all-dancing show that nobody has ever talked about since. 'Cept Deadpool, but he's weird like that.
- Rumors still abound, however, that he still shows up and tries to convince various deities to do a dance number with him. These rumors remain unconfirmed, mostly because very few ever actually talk about them afterwards.
Lauren Faust, Goddess of Rebooting A Show The Right Way
- Symbol: A pen crossed with a revolver.
- Alignment: Lawful Good
- Portfolio: Typewriters, Revolvers, Flashlights, Flare Gun, Genre Savviness.
- Domains: Light, Literature, Knowledge
- Follower: Rick Riordan.
- Allies: Maxwell, Stephen King, J. K. Rowling.
- Shortly after ascension, Alan mysteriously vanished from the face of the earth, unable to be found by any god or goddess. He is believed to have orchestrated this disappearance in some way, although none know how.
Overlord Zenon, Goddess of Those Who Earned Their Bad Endings, HSQ and Knights Of Cerebus
- Greater Goddess
- Symbol: An ink bottle and a quill.
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Awesome shows, cute creatures that kick ass, likable characters in girl shows, being worshipped by fans and being close to them.
- Domain: Animation, Art, Creation.
- Followers: Notably, Bronies.
- Allies: almost any of the Gods hailing from the shows she has worked on.
- Can appear both in human form◊ or as a white alicorn with ink and quill for a cutie mark◊.
- Albeit she has willingly given up some of her power, she remains a force to be reckoned with in the Pantheon. The amount of devoted followers she has rivals ZUN's, and a growing amount of powerful deities from her works are ascending to the Pantheon.
- It is rumored that Lauren Faust is the Queen above Princesses Celestia and Luna.
- It is not known whether she has made any interaction with the Elements of Harmony, who have also ascended at separate times. Or what her say is about Queen Chrysalis.
- Rumors abound that she achieved her level of success with the show by making a contract with the Incubators. Sources for these rumours often include references to her name. She has not yet commented on this, and neither have the Incubators, Tzeentch, or any of the Magical Girls.
(God of All Overlords
, The Being of Solitude)
Ryuukishi 07, God of Mind Screws
- Greater Goddess (in terms of raw destructive capability however, she is just as powerful as an Overdiety)
- Symbol: A shattered Four-Leaf Clover Emblem.
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil
- Portfolio: Bad Endings, Shocking Swerves, HSQ, Beings Of Solitude, Knight of Cerebus, Cannibals, Nightmare Fuel, Humanoid Abominations, Psycho Electro, Omnicidal Maniacs, Vile Villain, Saccharine Show
- Domains: Chaos, Evil, Destruction, suffering.
- Allies: No one. She is a being of solitude.
- Enemies: Everything and everyone. Her main targets though are the God of Fist Fighting: Adell and now Hannibal Lecter because he caused her access to Painis Cupcake videos to vanish.
- Her ascension was an omen of dark times for Cosmos, knowing just how insanely powerful and batshit insane Zenon truly is. Much like Gig, she has no compunctions against using her full power upon the slightest provocation.
- Zenon is the being that Adell has prepared his entire life to fight. Normally he would have stood a good chance if it wasn't for the fact that Zenon is using Rozalin as a host.
- Plans on making Hannibal Lecter's end via devouring.
Abed Nadir, God of the Genre Savvy
- Greater God
- Symbol: His name with red text in the middle.
- Alignment: Lawful Good
- Portfolio: Mind Screws, Trolling Creators, Nightmare Fuel, Ground Hog Day Loop, Religious Horror, Extremely Cerebral Entertaining Murder Mysteries, Dysfunction Junction, Big Screwed-Up Family.
- Domains: Law, Good, Community, Knowledge, Illusion, Trickery.
- Allies: Batman, N, most good aligned detective deities.
- Enemies: Light Yagami, Scar, Precia Testarosa, Ghestis, Relius Clover.
- Opposed by: Garrus (he does NOT approve of vigilantism).
- Underlings: Rika Furudae, Oyashiro Sama, Bernkastel, Lambadelta, Mion and Shion Sonozaki, Shion Sonozaki, Kinzo, Satoko Houjou, Rena Ryuugu, Keiichi Maebara.
- Successfully trolled Tzeentch as a result of giving him a copy of Umineko. Not even his supremely insane mind could avoid being confused by the mother of all Mind Screw works. Not "Just As Planned".
- Unfortunately, one of his underlings, Teppei Houjou, ended up in the Disgraces.
Miyuki Hoshizora, Goddess of Earning One's Happy Ending
- Lesser God
- Symbol: A video camera, a fortress made out of pillows, and a room with dark walls and orange tape arranged in squares on the walls.
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: The Genre Savvy, Meta Guys, Tropers and Other Pop Culture Fanatics, Cosplayers, those with Ambiguous Disorders and those who those who lean heavily on the fourth wall without quite managing to break it.
- Domains: Stoicism, Craft, Creation, Balance, Knowledge, Insight, Awareness, Analysis.
- Enemy: The Joker.
- He's a God now. Cool. Coolcoolcool.
- He actually made a video about his ascension to the Pantheon for his film studies class... one week before his ascension to the Pantheon. He's not an actual prophet or anything (although this did lead him to almost be assigned to the House of Prophecy at one point), he's just that good at recognising what tropes are going to be applicable to his current situation. Some will still approach him as an oracle, however, but those who do are usually too Genre Blind to heed his advice until it's too late. He doesn't mind; he knows as well as anyone that Cassandra Truth is a trope and that it works that way for a reason.
- He tends to unsettle a lot of the other Gods who pass his way due to his calm, stoic and emotionless nature, his ability to predict what's going to happen to them based on the tropes they're dealing with at any given moment, and his insistence that the Pantheon itself is merely an unofficial collection of various characters from different media assigned various ranks and roles of Godhood for the amusement of those doing the ranking.
- Although he does enjoy and dabbles in creating fiction, he tends to act best as a documentarian, and has a tendency to follow the members of this House and others with a video camera to record their actions. Even the less Genre Savvy Gods have noticed that whenever Abed's filming them, a lot of chaos tends to follow.
- He is a huge admirer of Batman and tends to cosplay as him, which has drawn the attention and ire of the Joker. Both the Jokerís attempts to do battle with him and Batmanís attempts to discourage him have met with failure, since Abedís just so Genre Savvy heís aware of what theyíre doing, and thinks that it's absolutely awesome. Heís also admires the Doctor, although he does believe that the Doctorís Inspector Spacetime cosplay leaves a lot to be desired.
- There are rumours that an evil, twisted version of Abed from a timeline where everything went wrong due to a failure to catch a dice exists somewhere out there in the multiverse, as equally versed in tropes as Abed himself but malevolent to boot, seeking to replace Abed and warp reality into a mirror of his own darkest timeline.
- He is particularly strong at noticing when the Pantheon has undergone a Art Shift, but due to his many issues many — the other Gods included — tend to just view this as symptomatic of a breakdown on Abed's part.
- Although Abed is one of the lesser-powered Gods, it is unwise to pick battles with him — not only does his innate knowledge of genre tropes enable him to hold his own regardless, but he is also part of a study group of True Companions who will not tolerate any one of their number being messed with.
(Cure Happy, Ultra Cure Happy)
Theodor Geisel, God of Rhyming
- Lesser Goddess in her regular Cure form, Greater Goddess in her Ultra Cure form.
- Theme Songs: Happy Song (Lyrics here) and Ultra Cure Happy Tanjou.
- Symbol: A bookshelf full of Fairy Tale stories.
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfollio: Energetic and Cute Clumsy Girl, Having a Star-Referencing Name and Fated to Live by It, Light Magic along with Weaponized Love, Unashamed Fairy Tale Otaku, Being The Universe's Butt Monkey (Gender Be Damned) and The New Girl at School and the Pantheons, Doing Good Deeds For Happiness and For Great Justice, Insisting on saying "Happy" instead of "Shiawase".
- Domains: Love, Emotion, Courage, Justice, Light, Magic, Combat.
- Followers: Everyone from CLANNAD, Ano Hana The Flower We Saw That Day, KOn, and Hidamari Sketch; Yuuko Aioi, Mio Naganohara, The Professor, Nano, Sakurai-Sensei.
- Allies: All of the Pretty Cures (especially the Smile ones), All Good alligned Gods and Goddesses, especially the ones for the Magic, Emotion, Philosophy, Combat, Love, Faith, Theater, and Heroes Pantheons; Haruhi Suzumiya, Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Nanoha Takamachi.
- Enemies: All Evil aligned Gods and Godesses, especially those that directly threaten happiness.
- Not to be confused with: Miyuki Ozu.
- Like with Yayoi Kise before her, Miyuki entered the Pantheon gates crying Tears of Joy because by doing so, she just earned her ultimate happiness: being able to share it with everyone throughout the known universes.
- Peter Pan immediately accepted Miyuki as one of his Lost Children after hearing that she loves him. Wendy, Jane, and Tinker Bell all became jealous of Miyuki, but they gradually warmed up to her when they saw how happy the other Lost Children became when she introduced herself to them. Miyuki also tells stories about how much the kids remind her of Nao Midorikawa's family.
- She empathizes with Fluttershy because Miyuki used to be a Shrinking Violet herself; however, she has trouble in convincing her because Miyuki reminds Fluttershy of Pinkie Pie sometimes. They still get along just fine despite this.
- Amaterasu was especially impressed with Ultra Cure Happy's Big Entrance in that it lifted an entire world from Gaia's Lament to an Arcadia in mere seconds. Because of this, these two often play together in the Ghibli Hills section of the House of Nature. Yes, Miyuki can see Ammy's Facial Markings and knows the meaning behind them from reading into Japanese Mythology.
- She can often be heard mumbling (Ultra) Happupuuu~ whenever something disappoints/displeases her or is generally upset (But not to the extent of extreme anger). Other Pantheon members have taken notice. Miyuki's response?
- After this incident, the Demonic Legion immediately began to think of ways to make it happen again much to her chargin. Yayoi and Reika are also highly opposed to this idea.
- She may have reached out to Gen Urobuchi judging from her rather intimate, but good-hearted relationship with Madoka Kaname. The stories Madoka tells Miyuki often frieghten her, but they motivate her at the same time because this is exactly why Miyuki decided to ascend in the first place.
- Her belief is that villains will enrich a story, thus Miyuki usually tried to engrave genuine smiles on villains' faces and caring for them instead of treating them like the villainous scums they are (usually via Defeat Means Friendship). However, she came across a series of videos displaying that there are utterly despicable scumbag villains amongst the Pantheon, causing Miyuki to have a slight Heroic BSOD that there are villains that while enriching the story, she couldn't feel any feeling on them except seething hatred and doesn't even want to bring smiles on these scums. Thankfully with Madoka's help, and the support of her predecessor, Nozomi Yumehara, Miyuki is able to recover and becomes more careful of the villains, now realizing that destroying these monsters are part of how one could earn a happy ending.
- Gets well along with Souji Tendou due to the fact that they share the same main writter of their respective shows: Shoji Yonemura.
Tidus, God Who Tells His Own Story
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: A red and white striped top hat.
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Strange Building Designs, Nonsensical Words, Random Insanity, Moral Messages
- Domains: Writing, Rhyming, Silliness
- Allies: The Lorax, Fred Rogers.
- Since ascending he's taken to touring the Pantheon for inspiration on new stories. Many of the gods and their dwellings are so strange they're beyond human comprehension, but if anyone could come up with something to rival or even surpass them, it would be Dr. Seuss.
- Some time after he cast off his mortal shell in 1991, mortals back on Earth tried to make live-action adaptations of his works, with...less than stellar results. The Seuss legacy has since been safeguarded by his wife.
- Animated films, cartoons and even a Muppet-based show, however, are still allowed. The Lorax was pleased in how his film came out and Horton the Elephant also loved his. The Cat in the Hat has also taken the mantle in staring in some cartoons, his recent one helping kids learn all that he knows.
- There exists a portal in his chambers that, so it is rumored, leads to an alternate universe of Earth as his imagination perceives it. We say "rumored" because even some of the Overdeities are worried the potential for bizarre insanity the prospect holds could be used for evil purposes, and so the portal has been sealed to all but Dr. Seuss himself.
- Is a good friend with Mr. Rogers and the two team up to help create some fantastic stories for the child gods.
(The son of Jecht, Star player of the Zanarkand Abes, "You-Know-Who", the Spry Striker
Aerith Gainsborough, Goddess of Long-Spoiled Spoilers
- Theme: "To Zanarkand".
- Lesser God
- Symbol: The Brotherhood propped next to a Blitzball.
- Alignment: Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: Telling his story, being very chipper, a star athlete who's still nice, being in his father's shadow, mastery of Haste, Slow, and Stop, using Blitzball skills in combat, intending to protect Yuna, asymmetrical clothing, those who were really beings of the Fayth's dream.
- Domains: Narration, Water, Combat, Professional Sports, Love, Dreams
- Followers: Flynn Rider, Megamind, Kuzco, Oerba Dia Vanille, Lester Burnham, Susie Salmon.
- Non-ascended: Wakka, Kimahri, Rikku.
- Ascended: Cosmos, Warrior of Light, Cloud Strife, Squall Leonhart, Firion, Cecil Harvy, Sora, Aquaman, Yuna, Auron, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Lulu.
- In Friendly Competition with: Percy Jackson.
- Enemies: Mateus Palamecia, Seymour Guado, Chaos, Ghetsis Harmonia.
- High Priest: Ishmael.
- Longing to ease her unhappiness, Cosmos led Yuna to the gates of the Pantheon, the closest they could reach to the mortal plains. There Yuna was given another chance to whistle at the top of her lungs. After a few tries, the two feared it was a lost cause. Just as Cosmos was about to command the 501st to close the gates, the swift figure Tidus dashed through at breakneck speed, knocking into Yuna in the process. He finally kept his word.
- Unusual for the gods within the Narrative House, Tidus' shrine is in some way connected to the House of Sports, where a newly created Blitzball stadium had been built. Tidus has been teaching many a curious deity about Spira's favorite pastime.
- As it stands, he's still trying to get better to be a match for Aqua Man, who boasts aquatic skills he'd never thought possible.
- Tidus has something of a love-hate relationship with his father Jecht. He's gotten to know the man on a much deeper level, and is willing to accept him. However, there are many times where his father's actions as the muscle head or sex god he is makes Tidus just want to clock him over the head with a few dozen blitzballs.
- He would like to remind everyone that his name is "Tee-dus", not "Tide-us".
- As one of the youngest of the Sons of Square, many seem to ridicule the striker for a number of things, chief being when he attempted to laugh at Yuna's suggestion. Always exasperated by this, Tidus has repeatedly mentioned that he was ''purposefully'' laughing like that.
- Naturally Tidus was quick to join up in the GUAG as one of Cosmos' original Warriors, and is working with Ieyasu to make raids against the GUAE's Reeducation Facility and bust out his old man.
- Is having a hard time explaining to Sora just how he "got so much bigger."
- Was sought out after his ascension by Ratchet to see just who Yuna had mistaken him for. It was an unusual meeting, but physically Ratchet reminded Tidus of Zidane and was able to warm up faster that normal.
- However, he gets disgusted to see Johnny Test, giving the fact that said annoying kid sounds identical to him.
- Shortly after the Pantheon Blitzball Stadium was finally finished, Tidus noticed many gods and goddesses using it as a standard pool. Exasperated, he exclaimed 'That's not what it's there for!' and quickly explained what Blitzball was. Enrollment for the Pantheon's first Blitzball teams has begun.
- Due to their extremely similar personalities, daddy issues, and love of the water, he and Percy Jackson have developed a friendly rivalry. Percy finds the Brotherhood sword awesome to behold and Tidus thinks Percy would make an awesome Blitzball player.
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Gen Urobuchi, God of Deconstruction
- Symbol: Her hair Ribbon.
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: White Magician Girls, Magically-Inclined Mysterious Women, Martyrdom, Dying, Staves and Pole Weapons, Flower Girls.
- Domain: Spoilers, White Magic, Protection, Light.
- Allies: Cloud, Tifa, and most good-aligned Final Fantasy deities.
- Enemies: Sephiroth, and to a lesser extent, most of the other Warriors of Chaos.
- After her ascension, someone hung a flashing neon sign reading "SHE DIES" over her resting quarters in the Pantheon. It's become a sort of running gag among the more mischievous gods to come up with some sort of humiliating punishment should they come across someone surprised by said sign. Thus far, no victims have been reported.
- It has been said her position came with a book containing knowledge of every spoiler and plot twist in every work of fiction that does, has, or will ever exist. Fortunately for everyone she's kept a close eye on it and is considerate enough to not reveal anything too drastic from its contents. However, she has mixed feelings about her death being listed on the first page.
- She's also present in the House of Knowledge.
(Urobutcher, Gen The Butcher)
Spike, God of Those Who Represent the Audience
- Symbol: The "Love" kanji in his shirt.
- Alignment: True Neutral
- Portfolio: Massive Body Count On His Shows, Deconstructions, Yuri Genre Enthusiasts, Trolling Creators, Darker and Edgier Cosmic Horror Stories, True Art Is Angsty, Being One of Us.
- Domains: Anime and Manga, Character Deaths.
- Allies: H. P. Lovecraft, Yoshiyuki Tomino.
- Underlings: Madoka Kaname, Sayaka Miki, Homura Akemi, Kyoko Sakura, Mami Tomoe, Charlotte the Dessert Witch, Kyubey and the Incubators, Kota Kazuraba (Kamen Rider Gaim), Mitsuzane Kureshima (Kamen Rider Ryugen), Hideyasu Jonouchi (Kamen Rider Gridon)
- Many Deities are impressed that his involvement on Puella Magi Madoka Magica is the reason why his underlings ascended to the Pantheon in first place.
- He's impressed that his new underlings, Kota and Micchy, joined the Toku Base in the Kamen Rider division, as well as Hideyasu joining the Demonic Legion.
- Which is pretty meaningful, since Urobuchi is a Kamen Rider fan too.
- After the "Great Upheaval" unfolded, Urobuchi was the first one everyone blamed. To everyone's shock, he WASN'T behind it.
- He used to occupy the throne of Massive Casualties in the House of Life and Death, but was swiftly booted from his position following The Great Upheaval: not only did all five of the main characters survived, he managed to resurrect a sixth one. He was replaced by Yoshiyuki Tomino (the Trope Namer, who was finally compelled to take the job after months of negotiating to keep his damn mecha pilots in line) and reassigned to this position, as his ability to deconstruct genres are second to none.
- Has a Reality Marble known as Dead End Catharsis: Heaven & Hell Drop, which lowers the luck of all characters in his stories by one rank. Urobuchi's ascension however, now allows it to affect any character. Be afraid. Be very afraid.
(Spike the Dragon, Spikey-Wikey)
- Intermediate God (Originally Demigod until his stand against Lord Sombra)
- Symbol: His green flames surrounding a Fire Ruby.
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Dogged Nice Guy, Subverting Reptiles Are Abhorrent (mostly), Firebreathing, Taking abuse without comment or complaint, Tagalong Kid, Cross-Species Love Interests, One of Us, Occasionally being smarter than given credit for.
- Domains: Friendship, Loyalty, Studying, Companionship
- Followers: Bronies
- Allies: Luigi, Alfred, Applejack, Rainbow Dash, Twilight Sparkle, Rarity, Fluttershy, Princesses Celestia and Luna, Yugi Moto, Many deities in the Houses of Magic and Friendship, The Cutie Mark Crusaders
- Enemies: Queen Chrysalis, Lord Sombra, Pinkamena and XenoCelestia
- Friendly Rival with: PaRappa
- Just Friends: Rarity
- High Priest: Bilbo Baggins
- Originally ascended as assistant to the Mane Six, Spike worked his way up in order to impress Rarity and be on the same plane as various super-heroes similar to those in his favorite comics. What really sealed the deal was how he single-handedly derailed Lord Sombra's total victory over the Crystal Empire due to his true loyalty to Twilight, which was commemorated with his own stained glass window.
- Is occasionally seen holding discussions with Alfred and Luigi, asking for advice and to compare mustaches, respectively.
- Is not to be confused with Spike the Vampire, the Spikes of instant death, or Parappa's other rival, Spike
- Parappa, having heard that a Spike had taken up a throne, was quick to take to battle with him. Although the specifics of this match and the winner is unknown, Spike and Parappa still remain on somewhat friendly (albeit shaky) terms.
- Does not enjoy the attention John Cena receives from Rarity after having learn what happened when John Cena employed his "This is whining" skills and Rarity offering to make shirts for him, but knows better than to call him out on this.
- To Spike's credit, John Cena congratulated the dragon on his never-give-up attitude and loyalty to his friends against the threat of Lord Sombra.
- Is banned from the House of Commerce, mostly because he will become consumed by greed and transform into a hulking behemoth that can only be taken down by a few giant gods (King Kong and Godzilla being the prime ones) without harm.
- Occasionally visits the House of Love for advice on Rarity. Hilarity often results.