Even Gods suffer ignoble fates. Though many still maintain some level of pride, in many cases it has been chiseled away here through bad character development and their use as the Worf one too many times. Never forget many of these were once much greater than the position they have been forced to stoop to. Some even manage to claw their way out of it, but these are their descriptions of when they were at that low point.
Some of the Fallen were tried in the Court of the Gods and cast out, a ceremony that is rather less humiliating than the one given to the Disgraced. Others were caused to fall. All of them walked out on their own steam, heads low. They're allowed to go back into the Pantheon proper, but none of them stay until they have redeemed themselves. They have one point of pride- they're not as bad as The Disgraces. Valvatorez is the current head of the reformation department of here and Purgatory due to his work as a Prinny Instructor.
Unlike the Disgraces, various Fallen Gods are still linked with the rest of the Gods, as long as they can't cause a lot of trouble.
One day, they will have their Revenge. Also, they can't get up.
The Fallen, Patron of all Fallen Gods and God of Lucifer Metaphors (Megatronus Prime)
Lesser God (Greater God when acting in the lands of the Fallen)
Symbol: A stylized version of his own head as it appears in universal stream designate Primax
A devout follower of Unicron, having fallen from the service of Primus.
Used to be God of Entropy, until got a bit distracted by his new master.
Would also fit in nicely in the Villains pantheon, but with a name like his, he is placed here for the sake of convenient filing.
Despite what others may tell you, he's been Unicron's minion all along. In all continuities. During The Transformers: The Movie he was... out shopping for... lychees.
Chance of Redemption: Will be redeemed if he: A. renounces Unicron and returns to the service of Primus, B. manages to successfully kill an Optimus Prime or C. when he is the only one left in the Fallen, and thus there is nobody for him to be Patron of.
The Wiki Witch of the Web, Evil Twin to Trope-Tan, Goddess of the Evils of TV Tropes
Symbol: The Tv Tropes Logo, with the colors inverted
The Wiki Witch of the Web is the Anthropomorphic Personification of the evils of Tv Tropes. None know her real nature, though. Some say that she's the evil twin of Trope-Tan, while some say that she's Trope-Tan's split personality. What all agree is that the two can only be told apart by the Wiki Witch's constant Slasher Smile, and the constant feeling that something is wrong.
While not as powerful as Trope-Tan herself normally, every so often she can increase her power to the point that it equals or betters Trope-Tan's. Always, though, she carries the same Big Frickin' Quill that Trope-Tan carries, and uses it for the same things. Her most common means of attack and defense, however, are the Walls of Text.
Followers: None, even those who wish to follow him are turned away.
Not actually a member of the House of the Fallen itself, he was appointed to guard the gates of the House by Chaos. Anyone who tries to return to their seat without earning redemption deals with him. Or rather, he deals with them.
Chance of Redemption: Unneeded, characters in-universe consider him redeemed for his misdeeds and he's fairly popular with the fans, but Gabranth considers himself unworthy of either and is resigned to remain here until Chaos releases him from his duty, believing his loyal servitude the only honor he has left after past disgraces. When he chooses to put his past behind him, the seat of God of Violent Judgement awaits his arrival in the House of Justice.
Azula claims to have banished her fandom reasoning they would eventually betray her like Mai and Ty Lee.
Last heard sobbing miserably and shrieking incoherent revenge on her brother, her friends, the entire Water Tribe, and Revolver Ocelot.
Light Yagami attempted to overthrow Azula, deliberately putting himself in the Fallen as part of a Gambit Roulette. But Spike, claiming that Azula and her constant ravings are "too much fun around here to lose", thwarted Light's plan by releasing this◊ out into the open. Nobody could take Light's Villainous Breakdown seriously after seeing that, and Light's claim to Azula's position became null and void.
Adolf Hitler has also attempted to overthrow Azula's position. When informed that his attempt had failed, he did not take it well.
Chance of Redemption: Pending psychological re-evaluation.
Formerly the God of Magnificent Bastards, but was kicked out because he became a fool for love and fell hard. He was banished before Azula usurped the pantheon. The forces of Good have expressed some interest in him...
Is gloating heavily at Azula's banishment.
He sometimes likes to comfort himself by saying "At least I'm better off than that loser of Edward".
He still holds to that confort especially even with Edward being the current King of Mary Suetopia; that's not exactly something to be proud of.
The Question actually has a theory on how Spike would end up in the Disgraces: Spike was originally never meant to fall as he was a fun character regardless of how strong he was, but he became The Mole in the enemy camp for the forces of good due to the influences of Buffy and was found out by Melkor. Enraged at his Face-Heel Turn, Melkor offered Spike an ultimatum: Reject his new soul, or be cast out from the main pantheon. Melkor thought that Spike would never truly change, saying, "I know how this ends." However, Spike replied smugly, "No, you don't. But thanks for saying it." At that point, the army of Good charged into the area, beginning Melkor's long exile in the void, but not before he banished Spike for his betrayal. Most roll their eyes at such a preposterous idea as Spike was around far after Melkor's return from the void, but then again, some of the more paranoid gods say that he must have enlisted help from The Doctor to make it happen properly.
Chance of Redemption: With the image of vampires these days, things are looking for him to make vampires cool again.
Enemies: Absolutely hatesPeter Griffin, as his abuse of her is one reason that she's in the fallen in the first place. She still takes pleasure in the fact that while she is only in the fallen, and might be redeemed, he is in the disgraces, with at this point zero chance. She hates Louis too, but a little less than Peter. Also is greatly opposed to the Status Quo and Haruhi Suzumiya for very good reasons, as it is what is keeping her in a life of great misfortune.
Ascended when the Family Guy universe started using her as the Designated Butt Monkey, and when even her mother didn't love her. And, due to the Status Quo, even when she called them out, or took a level in badass, it never stuck. Poor girl is now a Yandere who will stalk anyone who shows kindness to her, as she has been starved of it otherwise.
Chance of Redemption: If the writers tone down the abuse of her and stop making it Dude, Not Funny!.
However, she's present at the moment of the death of her dog Brian Griffin. Meg is sad that her pet is now in the heavens... which means she reaches to low at her best. Afterwards, she got a new dog, Vinnie. How long is going to endure is unknown.
Followers: Michael Patterson (For Better or For Worse), Nicolae Carpathia (Left Behind).
Sent to The Fallen after the release of former holder Mai Valentine, who in retrospect was visibly quite competent and thus miscast.
Originally it was decided that only 4 of the Knight of Round spots would be vacant, but with the already huge cast, these two hapless members were given minimal focus, to the point where they were left with standard issue Knightmare frames when it was finally their turn to go into combat. Their quick defeats in battle, however justified, became instant sources of unintentional hilarity.
Was to ascend to the Pantheon, change its form to that of Mr. Rogers, and lead Light and his allies into overtaking the Main House, but a meddler changed the ritual. Its powers are now effectively locked, leaving it incapable of taking the shape of any god with more influence than a Lesser deity. Its, ahem, "stamina" was also lowered to less than a ninth of its previous capacity.
Embarrassed beyond belief, it is now summoned by adventurers on which it can unleash its rather ineffectual fury.
Is made the butt of a lot of jokes based on endurance. Even Milhouse can get away with it (and he's not even a God anymore). That's just depressing.
GundamFan Dumb took one look at the design and cast it here without giving the show a chance.
Chance of Redemption: Pretty low. Time hasn't been kind to the Turn A Gundam or its pilot.
It is unknown what the reaction would be if anyone in the pantheon realized that even from here, the Turn A is capable of Reducing All The Gods to mortals... however no one but the Council of Shadows is aware of the true Terror of Turn A and its Moonlight Butterfly.
Unfortunately for some, Fortunately for others, recent inclusion in the video games Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 1,2 may result in a boost in popularity.
His soon-to-be released English DVD boxset is sure to help, as well.
Little has been revealed about Chuck's background or whereabouts since his first steps into the Pantheon garden. He apparently was one of the regulars during its initial construction, and then simply disappeared without a trace. Fonzie and Steve Urkel have denied all involvement in his disappearance.
Chance of Redemption: Unlikely, even if someone actually finds him.
Followers: The Doomed Ones, and at least three Renegade Space Marine Chapters (The Sons of Malice, the Disciples of Malice, and the Ghosts of Malice)
Enemies: Khorne, Tzeetch, Nurgle, Slaanesh.
For a long time the other Gods of the pantheon wondered why Malal was with the Fallen. Some believed he was cast out of the Pantheon by the other Chaos Gods, others believed it was a self-imposed exile as part of a plan to kill the other Chaos Gods... But then it was revealed he was here because Games Workshop weren't entirely sure who owned the copyright to Malal so all mention of him was dropped, but if you know where to look you may fine references to him.
He also has been going by the name of "Malice" in the Warhammer40000 universe which may be a sign of his return to Canon but time can only tell.
...And no man looked to Malal then, save those that serve that which they hate, who smile upon their misfortune, and who bear no love save for the damned. At such times as a warrior's heart turns to Malal, all Gods of Chaos grow fearful, and the laughter of the Outcast God fills the tomb of space...
— Great Book of Despair
Chance of Redemption: When the copyright issues get resolved and Malal is reintroduced to canon or if the Sons of Malice get their own codex.
Alas, the new Chaos Space Marines Codex has no mention of neither Malal nor the Sons of Malace. Maybe next time, most likely in 2017-2018.
To paraphrase V. V., it really was the woman who led the man astray. An Ensemble Darkhorse in the earlier part of the series for his clearsightedness, Ohgi was looking to ascend to a more desirable spot in the Pantheon, until he was led astray by an enemy spy who had been on his leader's tail nearly the whole time. He would later face one of the biggest fandom face heel turns ever when he sold out his leader based on the suspicious if half-true testimonies of not only her, but Schneizel, leading the former leader to act the world's worst dictator as quite possibly an elaborate hidden excuse to off himself. And said traitor couple is one of the few to get a Happy Ending instead. This injustice would not stand, yet, considering the fall-from-grace nature of his character, it was decided he would join the Fallen.
Considering also the woman he loved tried to kill him to rid her association of his leader who she led him to betray, that he tried making an under the table deal for Japan's freedom in exchange for Zero without the UFN's consent or knowledge, and ended up as the Prime Minister of Japan despite his worst blunders, Ohgi also serves as a prime example of falling upward.
Chance For Redemption: Barring the improbable postscript My God, What Have I Done? revelation, very little. To paraphrase Dante, the lowest circles of Scrappy hell are reserved for traitors.
Everyone thinks he's being one mean father and hates his son. In truth, he genuinely loves his son and wants him disciplined. Despite the public appearance as The Hero who opposes his 'tyrannical' father, Yagyu Jubei actually respects him and wishes Munenori can one day escape the flak of being cast as a dastardly villain all the time time.
Chance of Redemption: Good, especially given the sort of treatment Oda Nobunaga gets, though he probably revels in it. Rises into 'slightly above Good' when he finally receives a completely non-bastard portrayal in Sengoku Musou Chronicles 2nd, but since the game gets a No Export for You, he'll have to wait if he's included in the 4th main game and the game gets localized to finally get redeemed.
Master Hand was the god of the world of Super Smash Bros., a world of his own design. It was the being that hosted two grand tournaments, watched over the many, many battles fought in its world, who laid claim to the infamous Final Destination, who held dominion over the ones who fought, and who would, occasionally, fight with its creations for a bit of amusement.
Before the third tournament could begin, Master Hand was lured into the strange world of Subspace, caught off guard, and literally chained to Tabuu's will. Over time, Master Hand became more and more a part of Subspace, so when he finally broke free, Tabuu was able to easily defeat Master Hand, due to his control over the realm. This defeat was so shameful that the Master Hand resigned its godhood for the time being, and appointed the heroes who defeated his captor to fight against Crazy Hand until Master Hand is ready to retake his throne.
Chance of Redemption: With the advent of the fourth tournament coming up, time will tell if he returns to his throne. Until then, he has decided on a replacement: Polygon Man.
Originally, Newt was accepted into the House of Technology when he falsely claimed to be a computer programmer. Five mintutes after his entry, all the computer terminals had switched off, Tony Stark's armour was malfunctioning, all of the Power Rangers were cut off from the Morphin' Grid, and Optimus Prime lay dead yet again. All Newt had done was turn on a light switch. Consequently, he was exiled to this Pantheon for their protection, even though he has done nothing wrong.
This is, of course, Just As Planned. The Council of Shadows is keeping him around in case they need to deal with any gadget-based opponent.
Was going to get into the House of Commerce as the God of Self-Made Men, until it transpired that his wealth had ultimately brought him no fulfillment, at which point he got exiled himself here to exist in lonely splendor.
Chance of Redemption: Dependent on when he'll actually share his money with someone... especially in the House of Commerce.
Formerly in the House of Sports, he tried to get himself a research position in Academy to write research papers and books, but that turned out to be a very bad idea. He ended up getting himself not only sacked from the Academy, but cast out of the entire Pantheon, forcing Clarkson, Hammond, and May to head down to their Stig Farm and find a replacement Stig for the House of Sports. The new Stig has inherited this Stig's former domain, followers, and basically everything else, leaving this Stig with nothing. Some say the sacked Stig now spends his time driving around in a Lego car at Legoland Windsor. All we know is, he's no longer called The Stig.
To be fair, this has happened twice. The former Stig (known as The Black Stig for his all-black outfit and helmet) met a more gruesome end, thrown to Davey Jones' Locker by Clarkson, Hammond, and May.
As Herself: Raiden, Scorpion, Sub-Zero, Reptile, Smoke.
When Mind Controlled: Shao Kahn, Shang Tsung, Quan Chi.
Enemies: Same but inverting.
Fell as a result of an infamous scene in Mortal Kombat 9 resulting in much rage and eye rolling. Alas, the events of the story mode of Mortal Kombat 9 ruined many characters, causing the Fall of Raiden and the temporary Disgrace of Quan Chi. As a result, much of the Pantheon feels sorry for her.
Chance Of Redemption: Medium. Her chances lie upon Mortal Kombat 10's story mode.
The violence she subjects Urashima Keitaro to on a regular basis had gotten to the point where it was predictable... but the last time he crashed into a collapsing skyscraper, it took the combined efforts of House, Dr. Litchi AND Dr. Mordin to put him back togethernote And that's after a lot of explosive, wacky medical hijinx by Dr. Faust who's with them. Not to mention, Domon Kasshu and Master Asia assisted in clearing the rubble with their bare hands (i.e. half of the collapsed skyscraper was sent flying by just one punch and kick, allowing Nakajima Subaru to pull Keitaro from the wreckage). In retaliation, Keitaro's sister Kanako gave her a punch powered by her love, her anger, and all of her sorrow, sending her anime incarnation here.
Naru's manga incarnation nearly ended up sharing the same fate as her anime incarnation; a timely Breaking Speech from Rin Tohsaka stopped her habit of hitting Keitaro before it grew out of control.
Chance of Redemption: Unlikely but possible, since Love Hina has been finished. It's only a matter that it gets a remake staying truer to the source material. Otherwise she'll remain here for the foreseeable future.
Hitler wanted to be in the House of War, stating his actions in World War II and his ability to stare Captain Planet to death should be enough to secure him a position there. He was not happy upon being informed that he entered the pantheon only because it was funny to hear him rant.note Use the Goering Telegram scene
Hitler was informed that the one who suggested his position was Yuuki Terumi. Furthermore, Terumi got this suggestion from Hermann Fegelein, one of his own generals who has been known for his antics. This has led to the following:
Downfall 13:6-13: I should've known that imbecile would side with that troll. And look what happened! Because of those two, I'm fucked! All I wanted was to have a position in the House of War. And they ruined it! They will pay for this, starting with Fegelein! FEGELEIN!!! FEGELEIN! FEGELEIN!
Hitler's officers and staff members of his bunker have expressed interest in joining the pantheon as separate gods, which Hitler completely rejected. These include Otto Gunsche as God of Informing, Hans Krebs as God of Maps, and Alfred Jodl as God of Objections.
Hitler is especially adamant about not letting Jodl get into the pantheon for his constant objections of his plans, including his plan to leave the Fallen. This has led to the following conversation:
Jodl: But my Fuhrer, I want to be God of Objections!
Hitler: Phoenix Wright is already God of Objections!
Jodl: I object better than him!
Hitler: Oh, for fucks sake, there is no way you object better than him! So you will remain here! And there's no way I'd allow a shiny-headed moron like you enter the Pantheon!
Hitler's Brain considers this Hitler a pretender, and vice versa. In fact, there are varying rumors of who this Hitler really is. Some say it is indeed Adolf Hitler, but has been punished so thoroughly for his crimes that it warped his mind. Others say he is actually an actor named Bruno Ganz.
He claims he did not commit suicide on April 30, 1945 and wants to stop such rumors even if all the history books in the House of Knowledge say otherwise.
Chance of Redemption: Nil, even when accounting for his hatred of Justin Bieber. Thisnote Along with the prohibition against Real Life persons in its ranks is the only reason why Adolf Hitlerhimself is not among the Disgraces.note The aforementioned brain notwithstanding.