- Dream of the Endless, Prince of Stories was once a member of this pantheon, but ascended before time (and, yes, thereby before the existence of this pantheon... deal with it) resides in (some say lead) the Main House.
- There is also God of Humorously Revised Subtitles but due to his base persona and what he goes through, he permanently resides among The Fallen.
- There is also a designated Master of the Pre-Mortem One-Liner, but due to his threat levels among lower- and equal-ranked deities, was advised not to enter this house. He currently resides in the House of War.
- Hata no Kokoro, Goddess of Masks, has a small stage built for her so that she can perform her noh theatre acts here.
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William Shakespeare, God of Poetry, Theater and Melodrama (He who did it First, The Troperus Maximus, The Bard of Avon, Caster of Red, the Immortal Bard)
- Greater God
- Symbol: A pair of Tragedy-and-Comedy Masks.
- Alignment: True Neutral
- Portfolio: Poetry, Stage Plays, Olde English, Tragedy, Comedy, Being Ahead of His Time.
- Domains: Theater, Knowledge, Craft.
- Follower: Oscar Wilde (except on Uncyclopedia).
- Vitriolic Best Buds with: Dr. Seuss
- If someone, somewhere, has used a trope idea in a popular literary work, chances are This Guy beat them to the punch a long time ago.
- A great entertainer, his works have been shown daily in the Pantheon for the last three hundred years.
- The only known possible challenger to his title is Sophocles, but the Greek playwright had to admit Shakespeare's had the advantage in name recognition. Today they're said to be working together on an adaptation of the Great Pantheon War.
- Jack and Annie once visited him in the past, and played as fairies in "A Midsummer's Night Dream". When William found the two in the Pantheon, he asked if they could be on hand to act in a few more plays for him. Both graciously agreed to help.
- Is delighted that Romeo and Juliet were able to make it to the Pantheon, though annoyed at people not getting the meaning.
- Is a bit more apprehensive about Macbeth.
- Was surprised to learn that he and Dr. Seuss engaged in a rap battle. Although Shakespeare is unhappy that Seuss let his creations do all the rapping, Dr. Seuss responds that what happened when Shakespeare accuses him of writing the books.
Mickey Mouse, God of Toons (King Mickey, Mortimer Mouse)
- Greater God
- Symbol: A silhouette of his head
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Half Dressed Cartoon Animals, Chaste Toons, Characters Who Are Way Older Than They Look, Average Joes, Extreme Adaptability, White Gloves, Mime And Music Only Cartoons, Inept Mages (in Fantasia), Mouse counterpart of Yoda (in Kingdom Hearts)
Public, Detectives, Adventurers, Magic, Animal, Charm, Good, Law
- Allies: Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck (both Friendly Rivals), Kermit the Frog, Sly Cooper, Bentley Turtle, Murray Hippo, Dimitri Lousteau, Yoda, Jak, Daxter, Estonia, Ratchet, Clank, Captain Qwark, Sora, Kairi, Riku, Aqua, Ventus, Radical Ed, Otacon, Shiena.
- Friendly Enemy: Freddie Benson
- Enemies: Pegleg Pete, Vanitas, Wiseman, Penelope Mouse
- Opposes: Master Xehanort, Funny Valentine, Enrico Pucci
- Mickey is largely considered the great-grandfather of many animated characters. The explanations for this theory range from the nonchalant to the downright bizarre, since he is an anthropomorphic mouse, and many of his supposed offspring...are not.
- He personally redecorated his throne room into a posh nightclub, which is frequented by many of his friends from his youth.
- If you see him pointing something even slightly resembling a key at you, RUN! If he's wearing a blue, pointy hat, RUN FASTER! If he has a paint brush, LAY DOWN AND PRAY!
- He was more than happy to pass up being God of Mice for the position, since he never really considered himself a mouse. This coupled with his large size has alienated him from the inhabitants of Mouse World.
- Enjoys skydiving with Bugs Bunny over Toontown occasionally in his spare time. The two have an ironic friendship despite being from rival companies, and having extremely different personalities.
- He pulled the impossible as he managed to induce a Heel–Face Turn against someone as horrifying as The Mad Doctor. His former house in the Theater Pantheon is now empty, but Mickey achieved the thanks not just from the doctor himself, but also from many that was terrified by his debut cartoon. "That's what being a hero about."
- Mickey, Donald, and Goofy are often seen together, "even when they're made of wood". The trio once gotten themselves lost in Paris, France, after Goofy accidently dropped their luggage into the River Seine. They soon crashed into a party held by Dimitri Lousteau, though he forgave them, since they had no idea where they were. Very fortunate that Dimitri has diving equipment, since they need a diver to collect the luggage. Since then, he often takes the trio, alongside their friends, on his cruses, though swimming isn't allowed, due to a "misfortune" involving Donald and Goofy.
- Vanitas's recent ascension has made him more nervous than he'd care to admit. upon learning of it, he's warned all of Madoka's friends about Vanitas's plot to forge the χ-blade in the aftermath of the Pantheonic Rebellion. He has no idea that Vanitas intends to use Sailor Moon instead of Madoka.
- Since many gods exist in the pantheon that are either pure light or pure dark, Mickey has formed a security group with the GUAG to prevent gods of the opposing elements from clashing with one another, lest resulting in them forming the χ-blade by "accident". Asides the clash between Vanitas and Ventus, the closest this has ever happened is the attempted murder of Cinderella (a Princess of Heart) by the Tremaine family (a chaotic evil family of darkness).
- Mickey can show good leadership, especially when it came to the Darkness Proxy during "Project: Alternate!Gentaro". Even when Sora and Riku became either sick or corrupted, Mickey never backed down for a minute, though he does somewhat blame himself for letting Sora almost die in the asylum's destruction.
- Mickey absolutely despises the Disney Channel sitcoms for being unfaithful to the name of Disney, and for being aimed exclusively at teenage girls. His hatred is so bad that he even praises the Nickelodeon sitcoms for having a larger target audience and for better writing.
- There was one time where Mickey played Bob Cratchit in a (surprisingly not Disneyfied) adaptation of A Christmas Carol. The way he acted in that film, especially in the scene where Bob is at Tiny Tim's grave, moved even the most stoic to tears.
- Unrelated to Penelope Mouse.
Charlie Chaplin, God of Silent Movies (Charles Chaplin, Charlot, The Little Tramp)
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: A silhouette of himself as The Tramp
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Auteur License, Silent Movies, His Iconic Bowler Hat and Toothbrush Mustache, Eating Shoes, Making Movies for the Art, Directing Movies He Starred In, Poking Fun of Hitler in One of His Movies, Being a Spawn of Pop-Culture References
- Domains: Film, Comedy, Slapstick, Silence
- Allies: The Three Stooges, Mickey Mouse, Tom and Jerry, Albert Einstein, Jackie Chan
- Enemies: All Nazi-aligned deities (and Hitler of the Downfall Bunker)
- Conflicting Opinion towards: The House of Technology
- Herald: His granddaughter Oona Chaplin
- High Priest: Buster Keaton
- Followers: Harold Lloyd, Sam
- Commonality Connection: Tony Stark, Sherlock Holmes
- When Charlie Chaplin first arrived in the Pantheon wearing his Tramp outfit and twirling his cane, the gods offered him a position as the God of Silent Movies, to which he accepted.
- Chaplin gets along well with Mickey Mouse, which isn’t surprising considering the fact that the latter’s creator cited him as an inspiration for the mouse himself.
- The same can be said with Tom and Jerry, whose creators cited Chaplin as a big influence on the slapstick and mostly wordless comedy in their cartoons.
- Chaplin is critical on the House of Technology, believing that it is dehumanizing.
- Several gods in the Pantheon noticed similarities between the physical appearances of Chaplin and Hitler of the Downfall Bunker (most notably the toothbrush moustache). While Hitler didn’t particularly like Chaplin, whom he mistakenly believed to be Jewish, he apparently owned a private copy of The Great Dictator that he watched twice. Chaplin himself had regret for that film, as he said that he wouldn’t have have made it had he knew about Hitler’s story.
- Being one of the most universally recognizable people of all time, it’s no surprise that several gods in the Pantheon have paid tribute to him.
- The aforementioned Mickey Mouse imitated Chaplin by dressing up like him in Mickey Plays Papa (1934).
- Michael Jackson was a huge Chaplin fan and once dressed up like him for some publicity pictures. He also covered Chaplin's song "Smile".
- Homer Simpson in one Couch Gag dressed up as Chaplin, imitating Chaplin in the process.
- Jackie Chan paid homage to Chaplin in Project A in which the clock stunt was inspired by Chaplin's Modern Times.
- Chaplin was once pitted against fellow silent movie star, Buster Keaton, in a brutal fight to the death which ended with Chaplin being ran over by a train. Despite this, he has great respect for Keaton, even giving him a cameo in Limelight.
- Albert Einstein is glad to see Chaplin in the Pantheon and once recalled the time the comedian invited him as a guest of honor to attend the premiere of his film, City Lights.
- It is claimed that a “time traveler” can be seen talking to a cell phone in his film, The Circus. The House of Time and Space denied the claim, suggesting that the mysterious individual is likely holding up an old-fashioned hearing aid.
- Has a complicated relationship with Stan Laurel, currently one of the High Priests of Pieing with his friend Oliver Hardy. They went to school together, but Chaplin never forgave Laurel for impersonating him in his early days, before finding his own voice. Laurel still has incredible respect for Chaplin, however. When they meet in the pantheon Chaplin tends to ignore Laurel.