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Pantheon: Nature
Nature and Elements

Technically not a House, in the sense of everything being under one roof, although there are buildings in it. Visitors stumbling here often ask if this is the Pantheon's Garden. It isn't - they will know the glory of the Garden when they see it - but it's a forgivable mistake.

The House appears to be a vast cross-section of forests, oceans, deserts, mountains, valleys - all kinds of climates are in evidence, inhabited by all manner of plants, wild animals, minor wilderness spirits and a large variety of mons. For the most part they are pristine with only a few structures to mar the landscape. There are a few oddities, like the plain covered in fire spouts, the one where no light shines, and the clouds that can bear the weight of humans.

The Bestiary is contained within here, to make the place more survivable for visitors.



The Mediators of Nature

Aang, Avatar Of The Elements (Kung-fu Action Jesus, The Avatar)
  • Avatar of the Gods, an incarnation of the soul of the world. In other words, Greater God.
  • Symbol: Airbender Tattoos.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Kid Heroes, Unstoppable Rage, Chosen Ones, The Elements.
  • Domains: Water, Earth, Fire, Air, Spirit, Balance, Mercy.
  • Allies: Katara, Sokka, Toph, Zuko, Captain Planet, Haruto Sohma, Spyro.
  • Aang was the latest incarnation of Avatars, the sole being that maintains balance between the nations of his world. Unfortunately he was made a Human Popsicle when he tried to run away from his destiny. 100 years later, he returned, and upon his defeat of Fire Lord Ozai, earned a spot in the pantheon.
  • Aang often joins Captain Planet in making sure that pollution is confined. Or just because he's the only one who laughs at Captain Planet's puns.
    • He also gets along well with Aquaman when he's in his Outrageous! mode.
  • Despite being a greater god at his most powerful, Aang is still relatively human nonetheless. He likes having fun, going to plays, chasing penguins and playing air ball. (which he introduced into the pantheon since all the flying gods could play on his level) Though he never likes to talk about his lost years.
  • After years of courtship and dating, he married Katara. They even had 3 kids. Eccentric normal Bumi (named after Aang's best friend), Smooth waterbending Kaya (After Katara's mother), and stoic airbender Tenzin.
    • Sadly, while Aang loved all his children, as the only other airbender on the planet, he showed some Parental Favortism to his youngest son. Some time after Tenzin was declared new head of the airbenders, Aang ascended to the pantheon full time, having existed for 180 or so years.
  • His successor, Korra, wants to know if she could one day replace him, though most of the Pantheon doubts it. Aang himself is supportive of Korra's continued growth, but privately considers that once you save the world, end a 100 year war, and can stand being with Captain Planet for more than a couple hours, it will definitely be hard shoes to fill.
    • Now that his spiritual connection to Korra via Raava has been shattered, he can no longer guide her and is stuck in the Pantheon plane.
  • Witnesses the battles of Toku Base member Haruto Sohma, also known as Kamen Rider Wizard.
  • There's an unspoken rule among the GUAG that whenever Aang is going into the Avatar State to give him extra protection. After what happened with Azula, they don't want to risk him losing this spot again.
  • Aang has shown an interest in Spyro’s ability to use various elemental breaths. He never thought other worlds would have their own Avatars, and non-human ones at that!
  • As a spirit of Balance in the world, he hates what Lucifer and YHVH have been trying to do to the Pantheon. He especially is saddened by what happened with Madoka, as he found her position as a Hope Bringer to be something he did a lot as well. As of such, he's thrown himself in with Cosmos for the Great Pantheonic Rebellion.

Captain Planet, God of Nature (Our Hero)
  • Theme Song: Captain Planet
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Earth
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Elemental Powers Combined, Unsubtle Aesops, Puns, Good Captains.
  • Domain: Earth, Fire, Wind, Water, Heart, Purification, Renewal.
  • Followers: The Planeteers.
  • Allies: Toph Bei Fong, Aquaman, Percy Jackson, Temari, Human Torch, Nakoruru, Viridi... kind of.
  • Enemies: Looten Plunder, Kefka, Xykon, Black Mage, Hexxus
  • Can often be seen leading environmental protests in front of the House of Commerce, much to Looten Plunder's chagrin.
  • Constantly cleaning up the ash and smog that wafts off of Hexxus's patch of territory.
  • Hitler can kill him just by hating him enough. Xykon, Kefka and Black Mage would presumably make him explode if they got within a mile of him, and being in the same universe as Bonecrusher would probably cause him to melt into a puddle of primordial slime.
  • Any of the following situations would summon his young followers, who would take what's left of his power, resummon him, and proceed to kick butt (and clean up after, because real heroes don't litter).
  • It is still unknown if he is simply Ted Turner in a costume and body paint. Considering that according to the House of Prophecy, Turner has karate-chopped meteors in the future, there might be some truth to this.
  • He may be allies with Viridi, but he still finds her stance on humans extreme. While he stands firmly against humanity's polluting ways, he's in no way willing to flip the table and wipe them all out: he has full faith in their ability to learn from their mistakes. As such, he's as willing fight by her side against Hexxus as he is willing to reign HER in if the situation demands it.
  • Has expressed honest confusion on Master Bison being compared to him by Boomstick.

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