The House of Technology has a rather drab, beige, boring, boxy exterior, the only departure being the ReCAPTCHAs that act as the doors. Inside, everything is scaled so that Humongous Mecha can have full access to the entire house, a courtesy that Transformers are rather appreciative of. This does have the side effect of making the place seem really huge to human-sized gods, and sometimes makes it difficult for them to navigate (Elevators, for instance, have buttons twenty-one feet off the floor). Some or all of the House itself is sentient, and not just because of the AIs within it.
Computer towers line the walls, humming purposefully as they maintain virtual intelligence. Hologram emitters and monitors are literally everywhere, and in places blinking lights and switches adorn the walls. It's extremely futuristic. There are several maintenance bays which also serve as good workshops not unlike those of the House of Craft.
There are two sides to this House - the mechanical side and the virtual side. Gamer gods link the two sides together - they have little power in the mechanical side and the rest of the Pantheon, and much more in Pantheonic cyberspace. The virtual realm is new territory, only very recently opened. It's not disassociated from nonvirtual reality, but it's not the same, either.
With the inauguration of the House of Gaming, this house is now located side-to-side with each other.
Newton Pulsifier, although he is allowed into the Pantheon, has been emphatically banned from ever stepping within seven hundred yards of this house. Some believe that if the Fallen are to get revenge, they will need to teleport him into it to disable the majority of the occupants.
Autochthon, the Great Maker (The Machine-God, The King of All Craftsmen, Autobot, Autochthonia)
Symbol: Six stylized gears representing Orichalcum, Moonsilver, Starmetal, Jade, Soulsteel, and Adamant
Domains: Artifice, Craft, Creation, Knowledge, Law, Mechanus, Metal
Allies: The Unconquered Sun, Luna, the Five Maidens, Primus, Tony Stark
Followers: The Alchemical Exalted, the Autochthonians
Autochthon's absolute mastery of technology of all sorts ensures his place at the head of the House of Technology. Much of the tech here is his own work, and many of the greatest engineers in the House of Technology were once his disciples before their own apotheosis.
HAL 9000 currently runs most of the systems in the pantheon, relinquishing a certain degree of control to the other AIs as needed. Those AIs who have tried to take over are currently out back, quietly humming "Daisy Bell". He is second only to Autochthon.
Ascended to her spot in the Pantheon in mere microseconds, thanks to her overarching command of the "Information Superhighway" and the "Series of Tubes". No trucks, please. Al Gore and Ted Stevens contest her ascension.
Has had quite a few discussions with Naoki Kashima on the nature of human society. Being that he's one of the few people who doesn't bug her for connections to the best the 'Tubes have to offer (at least...not as much as most), she tends to hang out with him a goodly amount of the time.
Symbol: A suit with a question mark in place of a head. Alternatively, a Guy Fawkes mask
Alignment: Changes constantly, but usually chaotic. The Internet follows none of your puny laws.
Anonymous just... showed up one day as Avatar of the internet. It didn't try to take Lain's job, but claimed to be the sum of all those who post on the internet, including Tv Tropes, and thus, the true mastermind behind the pantheon. Just in case Anonymous was right, no one has contested this. However, Anon's constantly changing viewpoint might mean that it removes itself, or at least its avatar in the Pantheons, from the houses of Tropes. No one can be sure about that.
Anonymous is usually content to snark and leave well alone, but does not take censorship well. Just ask the Church of Scientology.
Tick off Anonymous and it will destroy you.
Anonymous is legion.
Despite claiming several times to be evil, Anonymous has several times used its hate for the good of humanity, and the detriment of cat-abusers and pedophiles. This is because the highly amorphous nature of Anonymous means that its morals can change constantly. The only permanent thing about it is that it does not like censorship. At all.
Domains: Artifice, Good, Law, Sun, Radiance, Life, Metal, Transformation, Warforged (As Close to Transformers as D&D currently has)
Considers Tommy Oliver a genocidal maniac for his desire to sacrifice giant robots. Primus is the god of living machines, so it's a matter of looking after his children.
Except Starscream. He'd rather The Traitor be immortal than rejoin with him. Which makes Starscream the Satan, rather than Megatron. Huh.
It has been confirmed that Primus is the House of Technology, and maybe also several of the other Houses, or possibly also the bedrock(bedmetal?) of the Pantheon itself. Some gods were surprised by this. Face it, as big as this House is, there is no way that he could have fit into it. Considering that one of his alt-forms is a planet...
His sibling is Unicron. In this reality, they ignore each other despite being in very, very close proximity. It helps that Unicron's time is almost entirely taken up by the Death Star and Galactus.
Since Primus is a busy god, his public appearances are usually Rodimus Primecoloured gold. (Well, it's not like poor Rodimus has much to do these days anyway.)
Neo, God of Simulations (The One, Mr. Thomas A. Anderson)
Although he is the Son of Lain, he usually reports to Aslan.
His body jar is somewhere on the premises, convenient for his frequent jaunts into cyberspace, where he has the influence of a Greater God. There, he is often occupied in keeping SHODAN from taking over. The rest of the time, he changes into a level-37 night elf paladin and quests. This is a testament to his power within the realms of cyberspace; as normally there is no such thing as a night elf paladin.
When all hell is breaking loose, he shall be riding the eye of the storm.
Stopped Megatron from killing Tony Stark and Heero Yuy, further escalating an event that threatened to divide all gods associated with the House of Technology into one of two sides. Fortunately, cooler heads prevailed, and the House keeps a relative peace.
Optimus Prime's greatest weakness is his sense of nobility. If an adversary claims to have had a change of heart and discovered inner goodness, Prime will fall for it every single time. As their philosophies and color schemes are not dissimilar, gets along well with Captain America and Superman. They get together pretty frequently. No, they are not planning anything, and if they were, they aren't telling.
Regrets not being able to join Madoka at the regular "Saviors Tea Parties" due to the fact that as a robot, well, he can't drink tea even if he wanted to.
Opposed by : The Laughing Man (below), Neo, Lamia Loveless, Durandal (He's trying, at least), Cortana
GLaDOS is her high priestess, and she provides sacrifices by running people through ungodly death courses with the promise of cake.
Well, she was.
Constantly tries to spread outwards from her territory to take over the rest of the House, which for its part fights to keep her contained. Everything in her power is twisted, strange and nightmarish. This is even more true in the virtual realm.
Thinks that all artificial beings are meant to be consumed and be devoid of emotions. Thus, she attained the eternal enmity of Lamia Loveless.
After the God of Personalized Mechanical Suits laced his body with Extremis, allowing it to reshape itself to heal and incidentally letting him interface with any technology, SHODAN exploited the link, uploaded a copy of herself into him, and turned him into a woman. This was resolved eventually - everything's back - and theologists conclude that SHODAN sees no further use in uploading herself into humanoid bodies.
Enemies: Anyone who seeks to harm its benefactors, allies, and followers
Using state-of-the-art surveillance techniques (including voice and facial recognition software and access to absolutely any and every piece of information or equipment hooked up to a public network), The Machine is constantly scanning the Pantheon and its inhabitants for anyone who might be a future victim or perpetrator of violent crime. Those deemed dangerous enough to seriously threaten the Pantheon itself are turned over to the leadership of the House of Defense for further scrutiny, while the rest are placed on an "irrelevant" list that is supposed to be purged every twenty-four hours. (There are rumors, however, that a group of vigilantes within the House of Justice have access to this list and will go out of their way to protect or bring to justice those on it.)
Brainiac came to this pantheon stored in a tiny data chip. From that point, he built a new body and was making good progress at acquiring influence and carving out territory around his temple. This changed when he ran afoul of SHODAN, and was subsequently reduced to a suboordinate role as a system beneath her. After a year of service she allowed him to send a download of himself out to freedom. This Brainiac is much, much more cautious, even fearful, and mostly stays out of the affairs of other gods.
Romero has no idea that he has ascended to godhood, and probably won't figure it out until sometime in 2015, at which time he will air a special report on it.
He is, however, aware he has ascended to cult status, and has taken advantage of it (urging Farkers to donate thousands to charity in Christmas 2009). So godhood-wise he is - most ironically - ahead of the curve.
Enemies: All of the Evil Robot Deities (because they disobey the Three Laws).
His very presence instills respect in the mechanical lifeforms, robots, and AIs of the Pantheon. That does not mean that they will do as he says, but they will listen when he speaks. Uploaded intelligences, however, are not bound by that.
Took over the portfolio from CATS' once again after displaying the sheer force of what a half-man, half-machine could be. Of course, he also got help from his fellow Titans, but still, most of them, Cyborg did it.
Pulls double-duty occasionally, on both the Teen Titans or the Justice League.
Said events turned out to be a dark Alternate Universe, in which Cyborg got thrown into and participated in the battle against Snapped!Superman, which thankfully the real Superman came to help and fix things. Cyborg is particularly surprised to see Lex Luthor being a good guy... then promptly Face Palm when he returned to the Pantheon and saw Luthor being himself: a bad guy. "Coulda learn a thing or two from his alternate self..."
As Starscream is the first Mechanical Ghost, Noah asked for a collaboration, but Starscream refused the deal, which went against his core values: antagonizing humans and having only followers that look like him.
Whenever a machine breaks down anywhere in the Pantheon, Gadget and her followers will usually have the right tool for the job. They spend most of their time helping the Elric boys maintain their armor and weaponry.
Is the god of all hackers, but doesn't care, because no one knows who he is, and he much rather prefers to read books, making him a frequent guest at the Library. Still, his temple is quite impressive, consisting of several data servers and a dozen hacked Gibson supercomputers...which he did himself.
According to some news sources, the Laughing Man becomes an entity known simply as "Anonymous" by taking steroids. He has attempted to refute these allegations on the grounds that hackers don't need steroids to be deadly effective. A few minutes later, a news van in Los Angeles exploded.
Allies: Captain America. Together, They Fight CrimeAnd spammers. As a mere mortal when outside of the Pantheon, unable to remember what he knows as a god, Tony grieves for his friend. And has dreamed of Steve beating him up and solving his problems.
Followers: Cornelia Li Britannia (once made a There Is No Kill Like Overkill robot in a cave with some Mecha-Mook scraps as an homage to him once. Stark was quite impressed and reported feeling extremely honored.)
Does double duty, as a member of the House of Craft.
Once built himself a Humongous Mecha in an attempt to challenge Starscream; due to "power supply issues" was almost killed and ended up being bailed out by Heero Yuy, who himself was beaten badly when Megatron showed up, and only the intervention of Optimus Prime saved them both. Bears a touch of resentment towards everyone who got involved in that mess.
After the SHODAN things, a Cooldown Hug or two, and a great deal of effort on behalf of Gadget and Doctor McCoy Tony's body was returned to normal. He is now searching for something, anything, to do to return the favor so he can forget about it already. And he still uses Extremis. Just with better virus protection.
There was a point when Tony was in the running for the position of the Butt Monkey of the Pantheon... That is, until the introduction of the Goddess of Butt Monkeys, Hong Meiling China. Tony can now rest easier.
Allies: Will work with any good-aligned deity, as long as they're American.
Opposed by: Any deity he finds working with the Chinese, regardless of alignment.
Since coming to the Pantheon, the Laughing Man and Gadget have reprogrammed him to recognize his fellow deities and visitors to his seat as Americans so he will not attack them on sight. For this same reason they try to keep him away from the entrance to the Pantheon for the time being until they finish fine-tuning his systems. If any visitors hear the words "COMMUNIST DETECTED ON AMERICAN SOIL, LETHAL FORCE ENGAGED" booming in a mechanical voice, they are encouraged to flee for their lives.
According to his creators, he was not constructed as a tribute to Optimus Prime, but the similarities are unmistakable. Optimus doesn't mind the idea and would be willing to work with Liberty if the situation called for it, but is quite concerned with Liberty's rampant destruction of any non-Americans.
Kamina has expressed interest in riding on Liberty Prime's shoulder during the final battle between good and evil, pending being able to teach the robot to say "JUST WHO THE HELL DO YOU COMMUNISTS THINK I AM!?"
So leet, she can hack reality. Challenged O-Haruhi-sama once, but got beaten badly.(Or, at least, that's the official version. There are some who believe that Yuki would have destroyed Haruhi entirely if not for Kyon's influence. At any rate, nowadays she is much more preferably a follower of Kyon.)
Inventions include the following: Newtonian Matter Generator, Interdimensional travel, Faster Than Light Travel, a better Time Machine than Doom's or his dad's, computer virus that crashed and rebooted the most powerful servers in the multiverse, the "unstable molecule" fabric that is all the rage these days, the anti-matter regulator, toasters. Awesometoasters◊.
Now and again he will see fit to "improve" something. Usually this involves adding rockets, mechanical legs, or something else that is Awesome, but Impractical. Reed spends nearly all of his time in the lab, building.
Domains: Right behind a Rebel starfighter ensnared in its tractor beam. Or any other starfighter. Or anything flying.
...just...the King Hell God Emperor Starfighter of Death. Everyone agrees on this point.
While the Death Star and Unicron are locked in their endless battle in the skies above the Pantheon's garden, the Imperial Missile Boat circles them, engines roaring, ensuring that no one disturbs them or, indeed, gets too close. Leaves only at the order of Thrawn and for those occasional mandatory tune-ups and refueling in the House of Technology.
When the Death Star and Unicron part, the Imperial Missile boat has spare time on its landing struts. Mostly it spends that time dodging the question of what, if anything, sits in its cockpit. It's rumored to be Blackmoon Eleven, the Greatest Pilot of All Time, but the Imperial Missile Boat isn't saying anything, and Wedge, when asked on the ground or in his X-Wing, flatly denies it. He thinks he'd know if he was working for Thrawn, thank you!
The undisputed master of the skies. No matter how skillfully you fly, how powerful you are, how many weapons you carry up, the King Hell God Emperor Starfighter of Death can take you out. Theorists have had knock-down drag-out fights over what would happen if Mr. Rogers ever fought it in the air. Fortunately, it only attacks you if you are attacking it or get too close to the stalemate. Or if you have pissed off Grand Admiral Thrawn. It's far, far less fearsome when it comes to ground targets - a carefully aimed laser beam will take it out. But if you jump while firing, it survives the hit and kills you.
Use extreme caution when requisitioning one- its catalog number is only one digit removed from that of a '78 Ford Pinto wagon.
Another friend of Adam Young (who doesn't understand why he'd want to hang out with gross girls all the time)
"In five, four, three, t-OOOWW! SAM! That really hurt!"
Once met up with Carly Nagisa, almost mistaking her for a similarly named Carly that he knows. The two got along pretty well, and Freddie is working on helping her make her own news show when he has free time on his hands.
There are conflicting reports on how he ascended to the Pantheon. Some say he won a high-stakes game of Gambit Roulette to win control of the south-eastern United States and achieved godhood with his newfound powers and others say he was killed by the very person he counted on to tip the odds in his favor and was released from his mortal shell. When asked about this, House simply smirked and replied "The Housealwayswins."
He once plotted to become an Overdeity, but delivery of a MacGuffin was 20 hours too late and he lost his chance. He's now rumored to be planning to usurp Cosmos and take over the GUAG, as he considers himself the most worthy leader of the universe and the best choice to lead the alliance to victory.
While he hoped to shed his body upon his ascension and so rid himself of his one potential weakness, in order to hold the title he must still have a physical form. His body now exists under heavy guard deep inside an exact replica of his beloved Lucky 38 casino. Through his computer network he commands an army of Securitron robots and sees visitors to his seat via a wall of monitors displaying his face. He's petitioning other gods to let him send his Securitrons out on patrol to protect the House of Technology and perhaps other Houses as well, but after the whole NCR business, no one trusts him enough to agree.
Upon meeting Seto Kaiba in the House of Commerce, House challenged Kaiba to see if he could hack House's network, and House detected him and blocked him out within 30 seconds. Kaiba responded by challenging House to a children's card game, which House summarily lost. The two have since come to agree the other is a Worthy Opponent.
Told Optimus Prime to "bite (his) shiny metal ass" within 15 minutes of his arrival at the Pantheon. It's generally thought that Prime is ignoring Bender, but it's not impossible that he just didn't notice.
Unlikely, considering that Bender produced from his chest cavity a neon-lit banner that read "BITE MY SHINY METAL ASS" in huge blinking letters after failing to get an initial response, but not impossible.
Prime may have thought that Bender was talking to someone else. After all, how can you kiss anything if you have No Mouth?
Was extremely embarrassed when someone placed a magnet on his head, making him sing folk tunes uncontrollably.
The side of war between the Technology Pantheon. Is very thankful for The Guy to provide him fun and challenge for his skills, though he wished he could put up more Super Robot amongst his maze guardians.
Has declared that should there be a Goddess of Fembots, he will be sure to be its number one worshipper... even when he has ascended
Domains: Technology, Evil, Death, Knowledge, Creation, Time
Followers: The Adeptus Mechanicus, Tech Support
In truth, merely a cosmic entity, but more powerful than some true gods, and hence earned a place in the Pantheon as the lord of evil from technology. Has few true followers or allies, merely pawns and food it has yet to consume. Likely boasts the largest army of the entire Pantheon, including multiple doomsday weapons. Fortunately for all concerned, it is prone to taking really long naps.
His ascent to the Pantheon was as a result of being the most dangerous and outright blood thirsty of all killer robots. Witnessing Omega cause so much death and destruction in the Elf Wars pleased Khorne greatly, so he rewarded Omega with god hood.
He has recently been seen with and often sparring with Metal Sonic. Some believe that they are planning to betray their makers, team up, kill their mortal enemies, Sonic and Zero, and take over the Pantheon. No one is entirely sure if it could happen, but the GUAG and even the GUAE are keeping a close eye on both of them.
Has recently caught the attention of Grima and made one of his allies, along with Metal Sonic. Apparently, they will both play a key role in whatever plan Grima has made.
Has found a training partner in the form of Prometheus, and they often hang out together. As in, fighting to the death.
He is the inventor who bridged the realms of the supernatural and programming; as thus he is revered as the father of Summon Magic through Magitek. His unique software, loaded into any sufficiently advanced computer, is able to summon otherworldly entities into the real world. However, caution is required as several iterations of the program exist, including at least an extremely glitched and dangerous one. Stephen helped him refine the program and improved upon the original demon summoning technology. Nowadays he's mostly retired, but still participates occasionally in Magic Versus Technology debates as a respected moderator, and more rarely, as an advocate of technology.
All Mons owe their existence to him. Due to this, he's held in very high regard by Pokémon trainers and summoners of all kinds.
Often visits the House of Magic to visit Rydia and discuss the merits and drawbacks of both his program and her own magic.
Noted to have made an inferior program which tended to backfire nightmarishly. His successors have improved upon the original program with every iteration; they range from Naoya, the Anguished One, the Three Wise Men, Mido, to Stephen himself.
Was a Jerkass God in his previous life, doing things like abandoning Izanami in the underworld and exiling Susano-o for wanting to see her. He's cooled a lot these days, and seeks to fix some of the atrocities he inflicted back then.
Followers: Rask the drow arachnomancer, Steb the mute dwarf, Washal the Pale, the Whispered of the Shadovar Enclave, etc. Her clergy is an eclectic gathering of human, drow, druegar, orc, goblins, and kobold, most of whom used to be slaves in the Underdark until freed by Skuld.
The Toady One, God of Dedication and Ambition (Tarn Adams, Armok)
As Ieyasu's most trusted man, Tadakatsu is hailed as one of the more powerful beings in the realm. He doesn't talk much, but his ass-kicking capability was unmatched.
His loyalty unquestioned, as such, he is one of the people that wasn't affected in any forms of Trolling, especially from Terumi. In fact, Tadakatsu has grew to hate Trolls so much that anyone who tried doing that right on his face will face his drill right on their faces. Approximately in a half second flat.
This is his second home other than House of Time and Space, due to his appearance, which is astounding judging on the fact WHERE he was created.
Despite being an Eldritch Abomination, is very appreciative of technology, to the point that its cult is partly known for its advanced weapons and war machines.
Even more notably, directs its resources to preventing the end-times.
Operates the captchas that act as the gateway to the Technology House, and as barriers within the House itself. Even malignant AIs aren't immune to his sometimes inane commands, if they want the captchas to go away.
Ascended due to him being the brains behind Kamen Rider Fourze's success. Is so far trying to create more switches than the original 40 his father made for Fourze.
Many of the gods are in wonder as to how the so-called Cosmic Energy is able to help manifest the 40-something weapons that Fourze uses in battle and have constantly tried to replicate its power. Kengo has been trying to shut these projects down, for fear of causing a Zodiarts invasion.
Has become an Intermediate God following the events that helped him revive Gentaro Kisaragi/Kamen Rider Fourze from death via the Cosmic Switch. He states that it was because of the bond/friendship the two shared that saved him.
Recent events showed that Alice was the one who resurrected Gentaro before Kengo even made it to the Pantheon. However, once he heard about this tragedy, he used the Cosmic Switch to bring Gentaro back to his true self through the bonds of his closest friends. He has forgiven Alice for the mess she made, as she only did it because she loved having Gentaro around as a friend, and has currently spent time with her as a 'friend' alongside Gentaro.
Recent events have shown that he is actually created from the Core Switch and is known as "The Core Child", and was sent to return to the being known as The Presenter. Has decided not to return so he can stay with his friends for a little bit longer.
Is sometimes accompanied by the Robot Buddy group known as "Foodroids". They're mostly harmless, and are only used for surveillance.
Gets along with Philip due to their love of knowledge and because of their similar backgrounds.
Was completely horrified when he learned of Gentaro's alternate self if Kengo didn't resurrect him. He found himself alone in his temple for days not eating anything at all. It took a heartfelt hug and talk from Gentaro, the rest of the Kamen Rider Club and many gods in the House of Friendship to tell him that everything was going to be all right.
Followers: Every scientist who has ever used the Cave Johnson approach to SCIENCE!
Allies: GLaDOS, Wheatley, every single Aperture Science product ever.
Enemies: Wallace Breen and all of Black Mesa.
It's not really known whether he's dead or alive. However, his pre-recorded messages suddenly started being broadcast across the House, and GLaDOS and a very large contingent of mad scientists have decided they like the idea of listening to Cave. The fact no pre-recorded message seems to have been heard twice supports the idea that at the very least, Cave is present in some form in the House.
Cave's life is the holy grail for aspiring mad scientists, who hope to achieve at least a fraction of his genius. Money and sanity optional.
Cave was one of the few who sponsored the ascension of Polybius, although he refuses to say why.
Enemies: The rest of the House of Technology (Lain in particular), Litchi Faye-Ling.
High Priest: CFW Magic/Magic the Hard
Ascended after she was snuck in by the God of Virtual Ghosts, Noah Kaiba, who brought her in to help him steal data from KaibaCorp HQ. When she was told that the Goddesses were not around, she was glad to have them gone so she could fight unopposed, unaware that others would act on their behalf.
Has clashed often with Link, who acts as a herald for Blanc/White Heart. Master Chief and Kratos assist him at times, acting as heralds for Vert/Green Heart and Noire/Black Heart, respectively. Along with them, Segata Sanshiro has acted as a herald for Neptune/Purple Heart, being her toughest opponent yet.
There are rumors that she is either an Evil Counterpart or the Dark Side of Litchi Faye-Ling made manifest, thanks to the overall sexy she emitted and her voice, some say that if if she confirms to the rumors of her being so obsessed that she will destroy anything for her goal, Arfoire will completely consume Litchi. The rumors has yet to be confirmed, but even if she's not a console personification, Arfoire already hates Litchi for her kind disposition.
Current development seems to show that this rumor is about to get busted as false, but Arfoire remained calm... there's still a small hope for her that things will go south later for Litchi and her personality anyway and that'd be the time she consumes her. Arfoire also nearly succeeded, when Litchi once again got into Relius Clover's side... but her hopes were yanked the moment Wesker and Ocelot backstabbed Relius, and it turns out Litchi did not go through her Heel Turn fully, all of it being Ocelot's plan.
Ed, Goddess of Playful Hacking (Radical Ed, Edward Won Hau Pepelu Tivrusky IV, Francoise Appledelhi)
Enemies: Evil gods in the House of Technology (particularly Noah and the Laughing Man)
After leaving the Bebop to find the place that was her own, she and Ein eventually went on a hacking spree arresting criminals left and right. Then, she found out about the Pantheon and decided to rest there.
Before she made it to the pantheon, there were reports that Radical Ed was a seven foot tall ex-basketball pro, Hindu guru drag queen alien (or perhaps all of them combined). Those who betted that she wasn't any of these things became quite rich.
Likes to mess around the pantheon, but she never does any harm. Her hacking skills come to good use seeing as she can go through many traps and viruses laid out by some of the evil gods in the Pantheon and pull up information that most people would be unable to find. And if there's some that she can't get through, that's where Ein, the Data Dog, comes in.
Has gotten the eye of the other hacker The Laughing Man and the two have been going on in a never-ending chess match to see who's the smartest.
Has found good friends in Bentley and Otacon. The three have now dubbed themselves, "The Hacking Trio."
She has access to a satellite that she calls "MPU" (it's like CPU, only cooler!). She hasn't used it to cause harm—but rather to doodle smiley faces onto the Pantheon.
Spends lots of time with two gods: Steve Blum and Haruhi Suzumiya because they remind her of her old Bebop crew members Spike Spiegel and Faye Valentine. Haruhi really warmed up to Ed, mostly because her computer skills would definitely come in handy to generate new members for the SOS club.
When Ralph came into the Pantheon, Felix asked to come along for the ride. His reasons: 1) it's his job to fix up any messes Ralph makes and 2) so he can be with his good friend.
His hammer has become a blessing to the Pantheon. With one strike, he's able to fix anything whether it be walls, fortresses, injuries, broken hearts, etc.
That hammer is a double-edged sword, however. One time when he was stuck in jail, Felix accidentally used it to make the weak bars become twice as thick than usual. Moreover, it cannot be used as a weapon so he's only good for support and not for combat.
A couple gods have asked if he's Mario's long lost third twin since he arrived, but with good charm he points out, "No mustache."
Has been seen "fighting" Ralph whenever the two are working, and then going to the House of Food with him once they get time off.
Often asks why Sergeant Calhoun never ascended, since she's now his wife. The gods at this time haven't found a proper place for her. So for now, they made her one of the acolytes of the Action Girl house, so that he can visit her.
Allies: Chris Redfield, Leon Kennedy, Frank West, Ellen Ripley, Tallahassee, Gadget Hackwrench, anybody who has experience in slaying alien/zombie-like creatures
Enemies: The Black Lantern Corps, The Engineer (Dell Conagher), Zeus
Ascended upon stopping three Necromorph invasions, with the last one stopped via destroying a Necromorph Moon.
As an engineer first rather than a soldier, Isaac prioritizes the use of his 211-V Plasma Cutter to deal damage and repair the occasional gadget. He won't pass up on other weapons when given the chance, though. As of his latest outing, he has decided to craft his own weapons using available resources. This has brought about a friendly rival with the Engineer.
Is watched closely by the leader of the Black Lantern Corps, Nekron, because of his possibly being a threat to the plans of a second Blackest Night.
While he would avoid violence if neccessary, Isaac will launch a One-Man Army assault on anyone who manages to hit his Berserk Button. Ask Jacob Danik and the renmants of the Unitologist Inner Circle. Seeing as how he is capable of killing almost anything when he isn't provoked...
Once picked a fight withZeus (As in, the Greek God of Thunder and almost everything in existence) AND WON. Making this feat more badass is that Isaac, a normal human being, had no idea of who he fought and bested.
Is currently teaching Frank West in the ways of improvised weaponry.
Played a key role in finalizing ascension of both Raiden and Steven. Ironically, the latter doesn't find it amusing in the slightest. Bladewolf's ascension also overjoyed Samuel who retained a friendly relationship with him even after they found themselves on opposite ends of the barricade.
His opinion on the rest Winds Of Destruction vary, while he considers Monsoon and Sundowner insane and repulsive, respectivly, he has no out-spoken opinion on Mistral, dispite some sayings about the two having some "History". Bladewolf remains quiet on the subject, while Mistral has been known to smirk when the subject is brought up, but otherwise says nothing. This implies that he was abused by Mistral.
Does not take kindly to anyone restricting other's free will in one way or another.
He understands your jokes. He just doesn't find them funny.
Used to have a chainsaw tail.
Has an unfortunate tendency to be cut into bazillion pieces when defeated by anyone wielding a sword.
Since his ascension many have considered his theme to be the catchiest battle theme aside of Trombe. It's also the most fitting.
Enemies: Noah Kaiba resents him and managed to steal one of his estates, but is kept in check by threats to overwrite his memory tape with bootlegs of Johnny Mnemonic. Sees Kevin Flynn as an interloper.
Maintains the house's Firewall, which he insists on calling ICE for some reason.
Any hacker that accesses him immediately flatlines.
Has existed since the house was built, but was hidden within the depths of the house's network for a very long time until Ed stumbled across him. Once her brain was jumpstarted and she told of what she had seen Lain and Noah were sent to speak to him.
Has been known to hire hackers through intermediaries to take out rival AIs.
Allies: Some less sane Chaos-aligned deities, Steven Armstrong, surprisingly enough
Enemies: Bladewolf and Mistral are both targets of his most primal rage. To a lesser extent, most Lawful-aligned deities.
One of the very few - if not the only one - cyborgs to perform a voluntary cyborgization. Unlike most of them he picked out a truly peculiar frame, making him more into Dreadnaught than an actual Cyborg.
Bladewolf - being his killer - is the prime target of his raging. However, when he found out that the whole incident was orchestrated by Mistral who he believed to be an ally in his cause of bringing freedom, Khamsin completely demolished good half of House of Technology in a berserker amok that found Asura feeling uneasy. Subsequently, he reacted to a history of Mistral being shattered by trudging to the House of Justice and asking Raiden for a high-five.
Very dedicated to his cause of bringing freedom even "if it kills us". However, another sentence "or better yet, them" cements that he surely ain't going to aim and be a martyr.
His unwavering resolve earned him respect of many deities, even those who don't really like or even actively oppose him. In one particularly unusual example, Senator Armstrong supports his cause, saying that "he's fighting his own war".
While he hits like a semi, he's also slow as molasses and as such presents a far less threat than he himself thinks. It doesn't help that he leaves his organic body completely exposed. He's slow to embrace the idea of a full-body mecha-suit, but once he does, he might become a legitimate threat.
Word is he's got a spare RC frame◊ in case he needs to get somewhere quickly and not be armed to the teeth. Khamsin himself does not comment on the matter.
While he's a complete Jobber in terms of combat capability - subjectively speaking - he makes up for it with his catchy theme. Most of the House is conflicted whether his or Bladewolf's themes are catchier.
KOS-MOS re-ascended after the events of Project X Zone and other spinoff projects redeemed her of her earlier status. Rather than take her old position however, she felt more comfortable in the House of Technology, which reminds her of Shion's lab. She did however, reserve a spot in the House of Philosophy as well, to be close to Chaos.
Must still explain to people that she is merely the container for Mary Magdalene's soul, and not Mary herself (not completely anyways). This makes walking by the House of Faith rather awkward.
Is one of the most powerful weapons present in the Pantheon, capable of battling the highest of divine beings on equal terms, but chooses to distance herself from that label at the behest of her creator, Shion Uzuki, who wishes her to live as a normal girl.
Has set herself against any mechanical or digital lifeform that seeks to harm humanity. These include anything from rogue AIs to extraterrestrials. This has earned her several powerful enemies in the Pantheon, including Starscream and SHODAN. Oddly enough, HK-47 finds her rather amiable, citing her destructive potential has often been turned on large quantities of "meatbags" as well.
Her frame gets dirty rather quickly during a battle. Unfortunately, Shion Uzuki isn't always around to clean her so she often has to settle for Dell Conagher instead. He's alright most days, but she wishes he'd spend less time trying to adapt her design for his turrets.
Her greatest wish is to become fully human so she can be true family to her creators, Shion Uzuki and Allen Ridgley. However, she accepts her inhumanity for now as it allows her to combat the greatest threats to humanity.
Other than challenging others or accepting challenges to combat, Mewtwo prefers a secluded existence and spends most of its time within its shrine.
As one of those who took part in Master Hand's competitions, Mewtwo is often called on by other "Smashers" to join the fray. his arrival is often met with much fanfare by followers.
Mewtwo has demonstrated, under some situations, the ability to grow even greater in power, as either a martial artist or an even more powerful psychic. However the conditions required to reach this power are rare to come by for someone as anti-social as Mewtwo, and its overall influence doesn't change in these forms. As such Mewtwo is still classified as Greater God despite the power boost.