Pantheon / Theater Lesser Gods

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    Almaz Von Almandine Adamant 
Almaz von Almandine Adamant, God of "Respectable" Chew Toys (Fake Hero (formerly), Hero)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His coat, slightly roughened up
  • Theme Music: Unlucky Hero
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Chew Toy, Classical Anti-Hero, Heroic Wannabe (formerly), Nice Guy, Only Sane Man, The Heart, Man in White, Scarf of Asskicking, Preferring Swords the Most, Deuteragonist with Mao, Marrying Princess Sapphire
  • Domains: Guards, Heroes, Comedic Abuse
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: The Yandere Quartet, Super Hero Aurum
  • Pities: Meg Griffin
  • He seemingly just popped into the Pantheon one day. As he started wondering what was going on, Princess Sapphire dashed toward him and congratulated him from ascending. At first he was glad, but then he realized what position he got and that Mao was also in the Pantheon, making him fear that he is going to make him his slave again.
  • The reason why he is "Respectable" Chew Toy is because Meg Griffin is the Fallen as a negative example of this. What makes Almaz different from Meg is that after everything he had to endure through, he did get the bone (getting to marry Princess Sapphire), while having the chance of having his chain getting yanked (being turned into the Overlord, causing every one to turn on him) and even the chance of showing how miserable things can get (getting killed off and not reviving, causing things to snowball forwards the destruction of the universe). Plus, the people who chew on him are not really that evil and do care for him (even Mao).
    • He does feel pity for Meg, all things considered. Even if Meg has shown some "interesting" reactions because of it.
  • Even though he is The Chew Toy, don't think that he will just take everything thrown at him. Titles ultimately don't mean anything, it's actions that matter, as Almaz is quite capable of fighting back. Besides, do you want to evoke the wrath of Sapphire?
  • Looks up to Yu Narukami as a example of a true hero. Does help that they sound the same. Doesn't share this sentiment forwards Adachi, not just for the voice, but not liking when the "good guy" turns out to be a scumbag (just ask Super Hero Aurum).
  • Almaz is trying to protect the Princess from the Yandere Quartet, while she is trying to protect him from them. They work like that.
    • One reason why he wants to defeat the Yandere Quartet was because he completely missed out on "Vienna Burning" event, of which Sapphire told him about. He feels bad that he wasn't around at the time to protect the Princess, and wants some payback for that. Though he does admit that he is glad that he wasn't kidnapped by them, with results he doesn't want to imagine.
    • Because of this, he has been jokingly referred as the "Representative of the No. 2 Target of Yandere Quartet", which makes him nervous, because it means that they have a "personal" reason to go after him.
  • The pantheon has placed a restriction on how much love banter he and his wife can engage in, saying that anything that goes beyond a single exchange between the two of them and involves hearts and stars MUST be done within the confines of the House of Love.
  • Gets along with Mahiro. Where Mahiro finds pities Almaz for all the stuff he has gone through, Almaz also feels sorry due of how many times he has come across villain motives what are just stupid.

    Caleb Goldman 
Caleb Goldman, God of Hilariously Bad Voice Acting
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A zombie coming to eat your face.
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Narm, Large Ham, Bad Bad Acting, Creepy Monotone, Stylistic Suck
  • Domains: Darkness, LOYFE
  • Followers: everyone from Resident Evil, Dracula from Castlevania: Symphony of the Night, Dr. Light from Mega Man 8, and everyone else from House of the Dead.
  • Allies: Albert Wesker, GI Guy
  • Enemies: Dogs of the AMS, Isaac Washington, Jill Valentine
  • He wishes to be referred to as: Owah new rul-ah, the umper-roar!
  • It's commonly believed that his massive Venice zombie invasion in 2000 failed because his zombies misheard his order to 'rule over mankind' as 'rule older an kind', and thus mistakenly spent most of their time devouring the elderly.
  • Was once a follower of GI Guy, who wasn't too glad that Goldman ascended. GI Guy is trying his best to stay away from him due to his zombie incident.
  • He spends much of his time staring at the House of Nature. He's very concerned about protecting the sanctity of the "loyfe cycle".
  • Nobody can tell wether he's laughing or trying to cough up a grape that got stuck in his throat.
  • Stephen Colbert once approached him and accused him of stealing his look. Goldman unclasped his hands, stood up from his desk, and declared to Stephen: "This is thuh fuinal bad-uhl!"
  • Decided at one point that 'darn it, I want to be taken seriously', and began a rigorous voice training regiment. When his series' fourth game came out, Goldman gave his role his all, and to everyone's shock the result was actually quite intimidating. Unfortunately, the stigma remains, much to Goldman's chagrin.
  • Has been suspected that he became a being known as "The World" by combining his own genes with Queen Elsa's. However, those rumors are still in progress.

    Captain Qwark 
Captain Qwark, God of Miles Gloriosus (Copernicus L. Qwark (his real name); Steve McQwark, Abercrombie Fizzwidget)
  • Lesser God (claims to be a Greater God)
  • Symbol: A Circle with a Lightning bolt to make it resemble a "Q"
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral (formally Lawful Evil)
  • Portfolios: Brought To You By the Letter 'Q', Charles Atlas Superpower, Small Name, Big Ego, Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass, Starting off as a Dirty Coward and a Fake Ultimate Hero before Taking Levels in Badass, Speaks Fluent Monkey, Our Presidents Are Different
  • Domians: False Heroes, Stupidity, Nature, Politics
  • Allies: Ratchet, Clank, Sora, Axel, Hercule, General Fletcher
  • Enemies: Dr. Nefarious, Lawrence
  • Learned of the Pantheon while searching for Ratchet and Clank through web-calls, and somehow managed to get ahold of them in the House of Nature. Despite Ratchet trying to tell him that they were only on "a business trip", and he should not worry about them, Qwark was able to join his friends inside.
    • Sora was even debunked on how Qwark was able to get ahold of his temple's number at this reveal. Qwark just calls this a lucky coincidence, though both Sora and Ratchet refuse to believe this claim.
  • Qwark spends a lot of his time telling stories about his heroic days, like how he took out Captain Blackstar and his robotic pirate ghosts, or when he took out the Momma Tyhrranoid with only his "iron-hard abs". A lot of this, of course is made up or stolen from other heroes. Most of the time, Qwark is just too cowardly to fight large monsters.
    • He is also often seen taking part in plays, especially after staring in the films "My Blaster Runs Hot" and "Unicop".
  • Qwark was once beloved by his home galaxy until Ratchet and Clank exposed him as working for Chairman Drek, which forced Qwark to sell Personal Hygenators that caused itchiness in the rear end, claiming them to be Gadgetron products. After he was caught, Qwark fled to the Bogon Galaxy and, posing as Megacorp CEO Abercrombie Fizzwidget, tried to sell murderous protopets in the hopes of restoring his popularity. This, too, went under thanks to the interference of Ratchet and Clank, and Qwark ended up being a test subject for the cruchotiser.
    • After this, Qwark then tried to protect the endangered species of the Florana jungles, but became amnestic and thought of himself as a monkey until Ratchet restored his memories through a vid-comic.
    • Soon after, Dr. Nefarious began to terrorize the Solana Galaxy again. After being lured into a trap, Qwark faked his death to avoid fighting his archnemesis, but Ratchet tracks him down and calls him out for his cowardice. Though thanks to Clank's words of encouragement, Qwark proves himself to be a hero at last by flying into Nefarious' command center and helping Ratchet take out the Bioblierator.
  • Qwark refuses to believe that Courtney Gears is evil, even after Ratchet gave him evidence of her alliance with the Disney Villains (Lady Tremaine, in particular).
  • Qwark is often seen at the House of Beasts playing with some of the monsters there, as they remind him of his War Grog, Snowball. Many gods are amassed that he's not been eaten by one... yet.
  • He met up with fellow Fake Ultimate Heroes, Axel and Mr. Satan, and they've been trying to convince everyone of their "great feats".
  • Qwark often visits the House of Nature, as it reminds him of the Florana jungles that he once protected. Though the recent clashes between Groudon and Kyogre have made the house more hostile and dangerous, making Qwark's visit there less frequent.

    Christopher Walken 
Christopher Walken, God of Creepy Villains and Patron Saint of Bad Movies

CuteFuzzyWeasel, God of Cannibal Trolls
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A burning pizza box
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Going after other trolls and making jokes at their expense, Supporting gays and 'human rights', having unsettling moments at times, possibly being a robot, a tenuous grip on his sanity.
  • High Priest: Nasuman, his earthly editor
  • Allies: Certain Good-aligned deities in the House of Faith, Oyashiro-Sama, the Lol Rangers
  • Enemies: Trollkaiger and other trolls in the pantheon
  • Opposes: Judge Frollo, Ultima & The Lucavi, YHVH, various trolls
  • His ascension began one day when he, being depressed and having had a bad day, decided to do a normally foolish action; feeding a troll and making a video of himself doing it. This gained him followers and eventually secured his position as the god of Cannibal Trolls.
    • With the God of Cannibal Trolls being an odd position, at first, people weren't sure on where to put him. In the end, however, it was decided to put him into the house of Theater, as his primary goal is to entertain people and due to his followers helping him find trolls to feed.
  • Has made regular trips to the house of Technology, with the intent of making sure he doesn't have a repeat of the BSOD Saga. Its occurrence cost him many followers and the stress from it and other things happening actually made him physically ill.
  • Was surprised to find out that there was an organized team of trolls in the pantheon, much less two of them. Granted, he has no problems with the Lol Rangers, even being a friend of theirs, but Trollkaiger remains high on his list, due to being actively malicious trolls. Since his most notable trolling group he has taken on has been the Call of Duty Enlightenment Army, it'll be... interesting to see how things turn out.
  • Has implied and, at one point, outright stated that he was an android from the future and possibly working with evil robots. Whether as some sort of weird Terminator, a double-agent spy... or just something he's saying to screw with people, people are a little bit wary.
  • Nasuman took up the role of High Priest after an incident where he tried to take Weasel's place. He even went so far as to say he was the real power behind the God of Cannibal Trolls and that Weasel was a 'stain'... until he noticed Weasel behind him, looking rather annoyed. And with an armed gun. Due to his position as an editor, though, he managed to get off easy.
  • Has also made rants on several radical conservatives like James the Preacher and Caiden Cowger, which he has termed 'Right-wing Trolls'. These videos have gained him a few allies in the House of Faith... as well as a few enemies.
    • Most notably in the House of Faith, he has gained an ally in Oyashiro-sama, mainly because of how her religion has been corrupted and twisted. The various right-wing trolls he's done have done something similar to their religions, although not to the same extent, and Weasel's sympathy to her plight helped earn her friendship.
      • By the same token, he despises Frollo, Ultima and the Lucavi, and YHVH. Frollo due to reminding him FAR too much of James the Preacher, Ultima due to their twisting of a religion and redirection of hate to people who don't deserve it, and YHVH because... it's YHVH. Weasel has speculated that James probably actually worships him, given his attitude.
    • Being an acquaintance of The Devil back in his native universe, one would think that he would get along with Lucifer. While Weasel doesn't per-say dislike the Great Darkness, and certainly supports Lucifer's stance on humanism, he is quick to point out that the Morning Star is his OWN brand of crazy: having no issue stepping on anyone or committing any atrocity to further his agenda. As such, Weasel doesn't want to declare himself really allied with him. That being said, he is considering feeding both at some point: just as soon as he can pay off that indestructible bunker.
  • No mention is to be made of him having turned Super Saiyan. Vegeta would probably either have an aneurysm from the fact that a human gained that power or, less likely, challenge him to a fight. And Weasel isn't exactly interested in fighting a guy who can blow up planets.
  • Has wondered why Dethklok doesn't have a planet to use as their temple. Knowing Dethklok, however, they're probably going to get one somehow, now that he's mentioned it.
    • He had a good laugh about a self-proclaimed God of Rap with Eminem, the ACTUAL God of Rap.
  • Whenever he's in a lull of videos, wants to keep the heat off of him, or just blow off some steam, he usually feeds one of the Disgraces. Given the ease of feeding them and the lack of risk regarding them blowing up his temple in a rage, he considers them easy, risk-free targets to take on every so often. He hasn't fed targets like Berri or Scrappy, however, due to his own rules regarding wanting to avoid feeding people who are 14 and younger.
  • Was VERY surprised to to meet an actual evil tree in the form of Exdeath.
  • Has only ever rejected one troll by name of Captain Crazification. Reason being is not only his insensitive video regarding a real-life person's suicide due to depression but the sheer amount of pestering he did to try and get the video out. End the end, Weasel decided that they weren't worth it. He would have done nothing else, had someone not found a way to make him feed Peckcella von Peter. Trollkaiger's involvement is suspected, although unconfirmed.

    Dolph Ziggler 
Dolph Ziggler, God of Selling (Ziggles, Nicky, Nick Nemeth)

    Fat Mario 
Fat Mario, the Off Model God

    George Carlin 
George Carlin, God of Black Comedy and Patron Saint of the Seven Dirty Words (That Old Fuck, Mr. Conductor, Rufus)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A microphone with seven particular words encircling it
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, but loves playing as Chaotic Evil for the audiences
  • Portfolio: Acceptable Targets, Knowing How Far to Push a Joke, Swearing, Age-induced cynicism, Nice People Who Play Mean Characters, Enjoying Suffering, Refuge in Audacity
  • Domains: Dark Comedy, Swearing, Ranting
  • Followers: Many, many mortal comedians.
  • Upon ascending and having it explained to him what it meant, he proceeded to launch into a twenty-five minute long rant about how ridiculous the idea was that now he's the invisible man people pray to, what the hell sort of universe is this, although if it's for real, now that he's a god he can have fun playing with the mortals, especially the ones who were assholes to him while he was alive on earth. He concluded by saying "fuck the pantheon, fuck the gods...and fuck everyone now that I think of it!"
  • He still performs his famous routines on-stage every week for packed audiences. When it was once asked how he can continue to mock religion now that he himself is a god, he replied "You're just gonna have to figure that shit out on your own". He's eagerly waiting for the final battle between good and evil, as he think it's funny when a lot of people die — now a lot of gods dying, that's hilarious.
  • Is actually a very nice and gentle man, and is happy to receive visitors and chat with them when he isn't on stage.
    • In fact, when Ringo Starr of the Beatles isn't telling stories to child deities about Thomas the Tank Engine and friends, Mr. Carlin is happy to take over.

    The Ghost Planet Staff 
The Ghost Planet Staffmembers , Collective of the Two For One Show (Space Ghost: Tad Ghostal, S.G.)
Left to right: Space Ghost, Moltar, Zorak
  • Theme Music: Hit Single; Ghost Planet National Anthem (and its remix)
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: Space Ghost's desk, Zorak's 360 keyboard, and Moltar's lever; alternatively, the Ghost Planet building
  • Alignment: True Neutral, though Zorak has Chaotic Neutral tendencies (originally, Space Ghost was Lawful Good and Zorak & Moltar were Neutral Evil)
  • Portfolio: Completely Different Personalities Compared to Their Original Appearances, Talk Shows That get Derailed, Medium Blending, Stylistic Suck, Jerkasses
  • Domains: Talk, Comedy, Vitriol
  • Herald: Brak
  • Allies (or more accurately, those they can tolerate): TOM, Powerpuff Girls, Dexter, Batman, Homer Simpson, Nanoha Takamachi, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Eric Cartman (mostly for Zorak), Kenny McCormick
  • Enemies (or nuisances to their show, mostly for Space Ghost at least): The Spy, Trollkaiger, Itazura Griefers
  • Originally, Space Ghost was a superhero and among his enemies included Zorak & Moltar. Times have changed and now S.G works as a talk show host. The aforementioned villains are stuck working with him as punishment (Zorak is bandleader and Moltar is director/producer). Although the main point of the talk show is to interview guests, the on-set antics between the host, bandleader, and director/producer make their way into the interviews, often leading to comedic disasters (and they happen off-set as well).
  • Prior to discovering the Pantheon, the three have had difficulties following the end of their show in the mortal world (since their former superior disowned them). They just happened to encounter the Pantheon by chance after being approached by Haruhi Suzumiya for something. Haruhi enjoyed their antics and offered to help them continue their show by doing a Pantheonic version of it. The three agreed to the offer, even if the schedules proved to be highly irregular (along with annoyance that they couldn't represent Talk Shows in general).
  • Although Pantheonic deities are sometimes called to be a guest on their show, mortals have also appeared as well. There is a decent chance that someone who went on the three's show will get ascended at a later point in time. Not that it matters to them much, since these kinds of people may be a guest on their show again if possible.
  • For whatever reason, regardless of if someone has powers or not, Space Ghost will ask his guests what superhero they are and what powers they have. It tends to get awkward for those who don't have powers and for those who do have powers, it isn't much better.
  • Space Ghost previously met Batman one time. During Batman's interview, S.G remarked that Batman could have his own talk show if motivated enough, though the Caped Crusader turned down the idea. There was also that time Zorak attempted to be "Batmantis" on the show (though only in a dream), though the mantis is willing to do it again if possible.
  • TOM went on the show one time and was surprised to encounter Moltar since the very early looks of the former resemble that of the latter (or Moltar may have hosted TOM's programming back then before TOM came along, it's hard to say). TOM did give the three credit for serving as a springboard for both Toonami (it was before anime was part of the block) and [adult swim].
    • The show also provided an early look at Dexter and the Powerpuff Girls one time. During their guest appearance, the girls told Space Ghost that showing a clip for less than a second didn't really count as a preview. The host responded that time issues was the reason, though the girls don't really buy into it.
  • They are all on really tense terms with French deities since Space Ghost attacked France over inventing the word montage (after seeing a montage full of his mishaps). Some (mainly the more dickish ones) went as far as refusing to appear on his show just to spite him, though the nicer French deities have attempted to reason with the production staff. Given S.G's attitude, it's proven difficult to say the least.
  • During the time that Nanoha Takamachi was a guest, S.G assumed that she was a popular star of an original franchise. She corrected him by saying that her popular adventures were originally rooted in a different outing. There was some awkward silence following that (since the three knew their original outings weren't going to be as popular as their talk show), though the rest of the interview didn't go as bad as some of the other ones.
  • The three all have very limited movement for some reason. This led to trouble when Inferno Cop was called in to guest star. During that interview, S.G called the cop out for "simply standing there for no reason at all" and an unexplained calamity between the two ensued. Those who were involved with the incident refuse to say anything about it.
  • The Spy has proven to be a significant disruption to the show thanks to his ability to disguise himself as anyone (including those involved with production, interviewees and Chad Ghostal, much to Tad's frustration). Even though Haruhi helped S.G get his show back on track, she hasn't acknowledged his requests to keep The Spy off the air, partially since Zorak and Moltar tend to enjoy S.G suffering from these kinds of incidents.
    • And on that note, devious pranksters such as Trollkaiger (and the Itazura Griefers to a lesser extent) have derailed the show several times. Most of the time, it's Space Ghost who gets upset whenever they turn up on the show uninvited.
  • The trio gets along pretty well with the South Park kids, given that both of them are groups who have a member that they can't tolerate much, but keep around anyways. Zorak in particular, enjoys Cartman's company and are seen talking in their free time.
    • To a lesser extent, this could be applicable to the Survivor Crew as well, as far as that "intolerable member of a group is kept for reasons" thing is concerned (though if anyone were to ask S.G about his group, he'd say that Zorak & Moltar are intolerable. The two think S.G is the intolerable one).
  • They have known a few gods prior to ascension thanks to having brief references to them on their talk show. Among the interviewees they had included Adam West, Weird "Al" Yankovic, Hulk Hogan, and Jerry Springer. S.G knows Homer Simpson due to interviewing the latter's superior and even watching bits and pieces of Homer's show (they have conversations whenever S.G isn't busy). Much to Luke Skywalker's bewilderment, Space Ghost somehow can't get Luke's name correct. James T. Kirk finds it odd that Moltar is writing fan-fiction about Star Trek. Even Tommy Wiseau was interviewed as S.G., Zorak, and Moltar were watching The Room. The three didn't like or understand the movie.
  • Zorak is largely known for his keyboard, which can produce a variety of sounds depending on what is happening. He's also the one who tends to talk to music-related guests whenever S.G isn't around. Zorak himself plays an electric guitar at times whenever he visits the House of Music.
  • Aside from their talk show, Space Ghost and Zorak, alongside their herald Brak, host a variety show. As of late though, only Zorak and Brak have done much of the work on that variety show (and Zorak is trying to find something for Brak just so the latter can shut up about not being ascended properly).
  • It doesn't happen often, but the three do become more dangerous if their original personalities come to surface. It really only happens if either the GUAG (in Space Ghost's case) or GUAE (as far as Zorak and Moltar are concerned) want them for more serious matters that don't pertain to the talk show.

    Gleeman Vox 
Gleeman Vox, God of Immoral Reality Shows (Vox, Mr. Vox)

    Jar Jar Binks 
Jar Jar Binks God of Plucky Comic Relieves

    Kaori Ishihara and Yui Ogura 
Kaori Ishihara and Yui Ogura, Goddesses of Shared Voice Acting Roles (Yuikaori)
  • Lesser goddesses
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Symbol: A puppy and a bunny wearing headsets
  • Portfolio: Hey, It's That Voice!, Relationship Voice Actor, Moe, Idol Singer
  • Domains: Acting, Dialogue, Theatre
  • Allies: Those that use Kaori and Yui's voices:
  • If Kaori Ishihara has been in a role, chances are high that Yui Ogura will be right there with her because; together the both of them have been in around 20 roles together.
  • Many other deities are really glad to finally find out why they sound like other deities. This has made the other deities think that a human gives them their voice and does the sames for other characters.
  • Kaori and Yui often hold concerts in the house of music as their idol group, Yuikaori.
  • Many deities were surprised to fin that Yui can match Hatsune Miku's dancing perfectly, when asked about this Yui said that she's Miku mo-cap actress. The two can sometimes be seen dancing together.
  • Both Kaori and Yui have been seen by many deities getting along well with several of the other seiyuu's and voice actors of the pantheon such as Nana Mizuki, Norio Wakamoto and Mel Blanc.

    King Harkinian 
King Harkinian, God of CDi and Youtube Poop (The King)

    Krusty the Clown 
Krusty the Clown, God of Jaded Performers (Herschel Shmoikel Pinchas Yerucham Krustofski)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A pacemaker scar across his chest
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Embittered Clowns, Jaded Actors, Kids' Show Hosts
  • Domains: Suffering, Trade, Trickery
  • Followers: Baby Herman
  • Allies: Bart and Homer Simpson, Al Bundy
  • Opposed by: Sideshow Bob, Mr. Burns
  • As a relatively harmless clown, Krusty was allowed to take the spot when he thought he was auditioning for a big-budget Hollywood production called "My Slice of Heaven". He soon realized that he had been tricked when neither Elizabeth Taylor nor any of her ex-husbands showed up to congratulate him, but was happy to learn that his new role moved him to a bigger house (rent-free!)

    Kyoshiro Senryo 
Kyoshiro Senryo, God of Kabuki

    Lucy and Ricky Ricardo 
Lucille McGillicuddy and Enrique Alberto Fernando Ricardo y de Acha III , Divine Couple of Sitcoms (Lucy and Rick Ricardo)
  • Theme Song: the show's theme song
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: The 'I Love Lucy' logo
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (Lucy), Neutral Good (Ricky)
  • Portfolios:
  • Domains: Good, Laughter, Trickery
  • Followers: Many participants of sitcoms
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Ato-ko Shirogane
  • Rivals: Barney Stinson
  • Feared by: All celebrity deities (Lucy only)
  • To the surprise of many in the Pantheon, there has yet to be a single god of Sitcoms, even though many of their ranks have been deified. Thus the ascended members of the Pantheon were asked to pick one who would represent them all. After constant bickering and hijacks, a person was chosen, a redheaded troublemaker named Lucy. Initially she refused, not wanting to leave her husband Ricky behind. After a bit of discussion, it was decided that the two can share the title together.
  • The couple are now tasked with selecting a few mortals among their followers to become deities themselves, filling a much-needed gap in the Pantheon. Time will tell who they will choose.
  • It's safe to say that they are adored by virtually all of the sitcom gods. They are willing to defend the couple against anyone who is foolish enough to tarnish their temple.
    • Since their ascension, the two have received a massive assortment of gifts from both deities and their followers. The couple sure have their work cut out for them.
  • Often gets a lot of help on planning dates with Aphrodite. Although the Most Beautiful Goddess' intentions are sincere, Lucy can't help but feel she's trying to draw her husband away from her.
  • The two thought that they had met Superman before on an earlier time. Turns out they only met one of his avatars. The real Man of Steel dropped by to meet them. Although he slightly chided Lucy for lying to kids about his appearance, the two groups left in good terms. Ricky in particular appreciates that he has a reliable set of eyes and ears to keep Lucy in check.
    • In fact, the couple were one of the first gods to seek out crossovers with other mortals, among them included Susie Mac Namara of Private Secretary and Danny Williams of the Danny Thomas show. Though not as popular as in their heyday, they received a renaissance of support when CBS started to air episodes of their adventures.
  • Probably the only sitcom deity not to adore her, Barney remains nonplussed about them. Perhaps the biggest opponent to their ascension, he preferred someone from a more current show to take the mantle. It took the pleading of Ted's wife to convince the two not to bar any more mortals from her world from ascending.
  • Various gods have advised the couple to stay far away from Ato-ko. The Destroyer of Couples has taken an interest in Ricky Ricardo, hoping to snatch him away from her if only temporarily. One theorized that she planned to break the two up for only one of them to take the title. The subsequent fight over said title will surely be devastating for many in the Pantheon.
    • She may have already succeeded in one aspect. Ato-ko gleefully pointed out how their real life actors broke up shortly after they finished production of the show. The couple were quick to point out that the actors had nothing to do with their lives. Still, the new info but a significant dent in their relationship.
  • Exclusive to Lucy:
    • It is not uncommon seeing Lucy dressed up as a man at times, usually to pull off some of her schemes to make some money. When she found out there was a god for that, she immediately bolted to her temple for a blessing. Mulan herself accepted it, though she does not always approve her deceit.
    • Many gods see similarities between her and Kushina. It was no surprise that the two mothers shared a bond between the two. She's even one for the two gods in the Pantheon that goes along with her in her ZanySchemes.
    • Also pays lip service to Fiery Redhead Asuka, especially when she prepares for the wrath of her husband when arguing.
    • It was a massive surprise to Ed, Edd and Eddy when Lucy turned aside in one of their schemes for jawbreakers. It was an even greater surprise when she joined in on one of their hijicks. The boys are too similar to her to scold them too harshly.
    • Sees Erza as an inspiration, given how she manages to own a huge assortment of clothing while managing to kick ass. She's taken up lessons from her as well... with poor results so far.
    • When Lucy discovered that various current and past celebrities resided in the Pantheon, there was much rejoicing from her. Not so much with the celebrities, as they often have to take the brunt of the antics she put them through. She's become especially fond with relics of her time such as Albert Einstein, John Wayne and Humphrey Bogart.
    • She's sworn never to go anywhere near an assembly line as she's one of the first deities to discover the horror of managing one.
  • Exclusive to Ricky:
    • When Lucy does something particularly grating, Ricky tends to go off in Spanish at speeds that even some Spanish speaking gods in the Pantheon fail to hear. However, it should be noted that he does NOT said "Lucky, you've got some 'splaining to do." He has yet to track down the perpetrator of that meme to this day.
    • Sees Al Bundy as an inspiration that all other American fathers should strive to be, much to the surprise of the God of Failure. The ego boost does help ease the pain, and the two became close friends in no time.
    • He can be seen in the House of Music, showing off his Broadway skills to the crowd. Still wishes that more people from Broadway could ascend.

    Mr. Slave 
Mr. Slave, God of the Ass Shove

    Needles Kane 
Needles Kane, God of Monster Clowns (Sweet Tooth)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His burning mask.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Monster Clown, Complete Monster, Serial Killer, Ax-Crazy, Bad Humor Truck.
  • Domains: Chaos, Evil, Death, Suffering
  • Allies: Khorne, Omega, The Joker, Hannibal Lector.
  • Rival: Kratos
  • Enemies: Batman, Garrus.
  • He keeps his ice cream truck (Also named Sweet Tooth) inside of the Pantheons' vault. Many weaker deities tends to hide the very moment they hear the distorted jingle that it makes when he drives around the realms of both mortals and gods.
  • He has been seen talking to a paper bag at times while spreading terror in any neighborhood he has caused carnage in. Nobody has any clue to why.
  • He ascended to godhood after winning a Twisted Metal tournament. He wished to be sent to where the daughter of his host has been hiding so that he could kill her. Sadly for him, she had been dead for 10 years when he made the wish, leading to him getting buried alive in her casket. To this day, he has tried to find Calypso in order to get his revenge.
  • He has made a plan to make sure that if anything should happen to him, he will make sure that his son will be the next driver of the truck. And if that should fail, he can always try to get Yukari in it somehow.
  • When Kratos spilled his ice cream, he became extremely pissed, wanting the God of War to pick it up and pay for it. The two have been in a recent clash over the whole thing.

    Ray Harryhausen 
Ray Harryhausen, God of Stop Motion Animation
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Seven skeleton warriors
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Greek Mythology, Middle Eastern Mythology, Cowboys fighting dinosaurs, Giant monsters
  • Domains: Stop Motion Animation, Giant monsters
  • Followers: Tim Burton, Willis O'Brian, Phil Tippett, many of his creations
  • Allies: Jack Skellington, King Kong, Gwangi
  • Ray's temple is guarded by many of his more famous creations, such as the Cyclops, the Ymir, the Giant Octopus, and Mighty Joe Young.
  • Harryhausen's ascension was celebrated by many gods, with Jack Skellington and King Kong chief among the revelers. As a creature of stop-motion animation himself, Jack acknowledges Ray as a father-like figure, while Kong is proud to claim Ray as one of his greatest followers. One of the main attractions at the event was a staged fight between the Man with No Name and Sharptooth, in honor of Ray's love for cowboy/dinosaur fights.
  • Although the Kraken is only truly a follower of Davy Jones, it is known to respect Ray Harryhausen and refuses to harm him.
  • He is one of the sole people Gwangi will not harm, as the dinosaur knows he is the one that created it and respects him for that. As such he can enter Gwangi's valley without the risk of harm by Gwangi or his followers.
  • His craft is feared by Mabel Pines, due to her fear of stop motion animation.

    Robert Pattinson 
Robert Pattinson, God of Actors Who Openly Hate the Roles that Made Them Famous (RPatz)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A dagger speared through a Twilight novel.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Adorkable, The Cast Showoff, Deadpan Snarkers, Digging Yourself Deeper, Being a Member of the Hatedom of the Series He Starred In, Those Who Aren't Edward Cullen, Good Actors Portraying Neutral Characters
  • Domains: Good, Snarkery, Movies.
  • Followers: A surprisingly large number of Internet denizens.
  • Allies:
    • Non-Ascended: Kristen Stewart and Taylor Lautner.
    • Ascended: Most of the Gods of Theater, even the ones that hate Twilight, the Harry Potter gods, the PPC. Anonymous has also warmed to him, even though Anon hates Twilight, because of Rob's open contempt for his role in it.
  • Enemies: Edward Cullen (his avatar) and every other individual hailing from Twilight.
  • When he took the role of Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter, he feared that he might be typecast forever, but his later role in Twilight erased that problem forever. It's common knowledge that Rob would rather be typecast as Cedric.
  • Would like everyone to know that he only took on the role of Edward Cullen in Twilight for the money, and that he actually hates the character.
    • In fact, he has stated straight out that he played Edward as a manic-depressive who hates himself, and has said that the secret to playing Edward is to look 'slightly constipated and stoned.' Needless to say, Cullen was not happy about finding this out.
  • Even though he played the main character in a movie hated by most of the internet, he is still commonly liked due to his open hatred for the role.
  • Also present in the House of Popularity.

    Roddy Piper 
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper, God of Talk Show with Fists (Hot Rod, George Roderick Toombs)

Roy, God of Early Appearances (The Young Lion, Our boy)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol/Weapon of Choice: The Binding Blade
  • Theme Song: Winning Road - Roy's Hope
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Red-Headed Hero, Bishōnen, A Child Shall Lead Them, Kid Hero, Chick Magnet, Playing with Fire
  • Domains: Cameos, Lord, Fire
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Ike, Roy Koopa
  • Enemies: Grima, Shinobu Sensui
  • Ambiguous Relation: Lyndis
  • Before his journey in his home continent of Elibe, he first participated in the second Smash Bros. tournament, though he fought with a similar fighting style with another deity, Marth. He doesn't participate in the third, however made an unexpected return in the fourth Smash Bros. tournament with a new look. Fellow Fire Emblem deity, Robin, noted that he fought an Einherjar of the Young Lion who wore the similar armor.
    • When he began his journey, he was… rather underwhelming, to say the least. At least he has the Binding Blade with him, otherwise the debate over the weakest Lords in the franchise would escalate further.
  • Though he is friendly with other heroes and deities from beyond the Outrealm Gate, he is slightly annoyed by Ike, who took his position as a representing fighter for the Smash Bros. tournament. Nevertheless, he manage to return and has the potential to settle it in Smash.
  • Roy got annoyed when people told him that "he" is in the game, but in fact were referring to Roy Koopa. This began to die out when he himself showed up and began having a quick match with him.
  • He once hung out with the fighters, until when he doesn't appear in the third Smash Bros. tournament and was kicked out. He does return, but nobody cared as he was overshadowed by Ryu and Robin thought he was his father, Eliwood. He was unamused of the situation, even baffled that the Duck Hunt dog got in.
    Roy: They hired a dog.
  • Not many know of his mother, nor could they gain correct identification. The mother could possibly be Ninian, Lyn, or Fiora. If it is the former, then he could be a quarter-dragon hybrid.
    • It doesn't help that Lyndis has ascended and she even acknowledge that she is not sure if he is her son or not. Roy doesn't want to talk about because it will get very confusing in the very end.
  • It is worth noting that Roy potentially have SIX brides to choose from: his childhood friend, the granddaughter of a Sacaen chieftain, a cheerful pegasus knight, a dancer, his own teacher, and a mysterious shaman.
  • He cannot understands humans that despise other humans like Shinobu Sensui, similar to Zephiel, the King of Bern, who wants dragons to rule the world. He understands that his kind have done evil, but also sees that they are constantly trying to avert those evils.
  • Somehow managed to find Sain when looking around in the Pantheon. He actually gave him some sort of respect as he served his father, Eliwood, twenty years ago.
  • "Mamoru beki mono no tame ni makerarenei!" Translated 

    Sean Connery 
Sean Connery, God of Film Improvement

    Sideshow Bob 
Sideshow Bob, Patron of Rake-Related Injuries (Robert Underdunk Terwilleger)
  • Theme Music: Cape Fear theme (or something similar to it)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A pair of big floppy shoes
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Monster Ex-Clown, Affably Evil Erudite Bastards, Recidivism, Revenge, The Chew Toy, Evil Redhead, Has Generally Been Targeting Bart, Even if Bob's Plans have been Ruined by Others
  • Domains: Retribution, Knowledge, Spite
  • Allies: The Penguin, Ratigan
  • Enemies: Bart Simpson, Homer Simpson, Marge Simpson, Krusty, Stewie Griffin, Billy
  • Commonality Connection with: Wile E. Coyote
  • Wary of: Norman Osborn
  • Dislikes: Chiaki Nanami, Travis Touchdown, Umaru Doma, anyone that likes (in his view) lowbrow entertainment
  • Bob originally served as Krusty's assistant and one who has a preference in high-class entertainment. Unfortunately, he became the victim of slapstick that happened on the show and his interests were not acknowledged in that stint. This made him hate Krusty, and to an even greater extent, Bart Simpson, who exposed him for a crime after Bob took over Krusty's show. Rakes are Bob's other archenemy; he has a life outside of Bart.
  • Originally the holder of Wicked Cultured, Sideshow Bob's title was changed for some unknown reason (most believe that it was a group of pranksters behind it). Naturally, when he found out that his new title represented slapstick and not something related to his interests, he was rather agitated to put it mildly.
  • He shares quite a few things in common with Wile E. Coyote. Both of them have intellectual quirks and are trying to defeat a prey that they consider inferior (Bart for Bob and the Roadrunner for the Coyote). They only talk about their escapades and don't exchange plans with each other whenever they meet.
    • Bob later found out that, on a darker note, he had a bit in common with Norman Osborn. Mainly, both were relatively decent people at first until a turn of events led them to be evil and have been constantly targeting someone (again, Bart for Bob and Peter Parker for Norman). While Bob had his family to support him and he even tried to be a nice person on occassion, Norman seems to have embraced his own insanity to torment Peter and others who have loved ones. Although Norman liked how Bob was tormenting the Simpsons family through trying to murder Bart, Bob doesn't want much to do with Norman and has kept the interactions between each other at an extreme minimum.
  • A highly notable trait of his is the big feet (this is what led to him getting busted the first time). If there is a use to it, it would be to crush grapes for wine. He sometimes goes to the House of Food to do just that. The wines are often served to villainous deities looking for something classy to drink.
  • As previously mentioned, Bob used to be a clown, but hated the job. Even if that's the case, that doesn't stop deities who are afraid of clowns, such as Billy and Wakko Warner, from opposing him by virtue of being an ex-clown (there's the evil thing as well, but that's a different matter).
  • Bob grew to dislike Stewie Griffin quite a bit after the baby kidnapped and tortured him one time. Of course, plans for payback against Stewie is in a lower priority for Bob compared to retaliation against Bart. To be fair though, Bart did get weirded out by what Stewie did in regards to Bob.
  • As someone who champions high culture, he has a distaste towards anyone that likes, in his view, inferior entertainment. Bob has been trying to get these deities to share his interests, but hasn't been really successful in that regard.
    • In an attempt to try and spread his highbrow interests further, Bob has been trying to convince some members of the House of Commerce to fund a new program that would be similar to his failed original attempt back at Springfield. Progress has been slow, but Bob is confident that it will work this time around.
  • Whenever he isn't planning revenge against Bart, Bob would visit the House of Knowledge to read up on some classic media. He would encounter a few other cultured villains there such as The Penguin and Ratigan on an infrequent basis, usually talking about their interests.
  • While Bob has still planned his revenge against Bart in the Pantheon, those plans have recently been thwarted by some more resourceful deities. Even these particular deities find it odd that Bob is still hellbent on defeating Bart, even if Bob's plans failed as a result of the interference of others.
  • Decided to make a visit to the House of Prophecy to see if he can get any positive news. He was frustrated upon learning that a rake would apparently be involved in ending his life. It goes without saying that Death Is Cheap in the Pantheon, but this only made Bob hate rakes (and his current title by extension) even more after that.
  • After enough time passed, Bob finally got his chance to kill Bart...over and over again, in fact. Unfortunately for Bob, that experience was short-lived and the Reanimator machine he used has apparently disappeared shortly thereafter. Despite that, Bob is still looking for a real victory against Bart.
  • Even though he's no longer Krusty's assistant, he still goes by the monkier Sideshow Bob rather than his real name, Robert Terwilleger. Of course, for simplicity's sake, most simply refer to him as Bob. Surprisingly enough, he's not angry that often if people call him Sideshow Bob; the anger only happens if someone reminds him of his clown past.

    The Aquabats! 
The Aquabats!, Gods of the Excited Show Title!

    Tom and Jerry 
Tom and Jerry, Gods of Slapstick (Tom: Tommy, Thomas)

    Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner 
Wile E. Coyote and the Road Runner, Deities of One-Sided Pursuits (insert any sort of fake scientific name describing them)
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: A box labeled "ACME" in the middle of a desert
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral (Wile E. Coyote); Chaotic Neutral (the Road Runner)
  • Portfolio: Cartoon Physics, Canis Latinicus, Road Runner vs. Coyote (of course)
  • Domains: Pursuit, Comedy, Animals
  • Heralds: Calamity Coyote & Little Beeper
  • Allies:
  • Rivals (Road Runner only): Sonic, Rainbow Dash, Dash Parr, The Flash, Mercury, Charlotte E. Yeager, Speedy Gonzales (friendly)
  • Enemies:
    • Coyote: Speedsters in general
    • Road Runner: Not aware of such in normal basics, though he is amused whenever someone tries to go after him and fail
  • Commonality Connection: Tom & Jerry (both)
    • Coyote: Sideshow Bob
  • The hungry Wile E. Coyote is almost always in pursuit of the Road Runner. No matter how elaborate the trap may be, it's almost always guaranteed to fail in the most hilariously spectacular way possible. The Road Runner usually minds his own business, whatever it is.
  • It was a normal day for nearly everyone in the Pantheon, Coyote included. A loud "Beep Beep" came from afar and sped past the Coyote, knocking him onto his back. The Coyote knew that the Road Runner arrived in the Pantheon and proceeded to get some traps ready, though as expected, all of them failed.
    • The Coyote was also the original holder for Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain, but he gave up the title after the Road Runner came along. Despite the two sharing a title, they are almost always never at their temple.
  • Although the Coyote isn't as talkative as some other members in the Pantheon, he is noted to speak with a rather refined accent.
  • Wile E. can relate to Chuck rather well, by virtue of having so much crap and abuse piled onto them, yet still come out alive and kicking after that (after a certain period of time, that is). The Coyote makes visits to Chuck whenever he can.
  • When it comes to speedsters, the Coyote has a very low opinion on them, simply because he believes that they will flawlessly avoid all of his traps the same way that the Road Runner does. On their part, said speedsters haven't paid much attention to him or consider the Coyote a mere nuisance at worst.
    • As for the Road Runner, the speedsters are interested in having him participate in a race throughout the Pantheon...once more important matters have been settled of course (and there's quite a bit to list anyways). Speedy Gonzales is looking forward to having a rematch with the bird since they have raced each other before.
  • There is an almost always constant reminder that the Road Runner is saying "Beep Beep!", not "Meep Meep!" Unfortunately, the misquoting still happens quite a bit.
    • Many are wondering if the Road Runner has anything to say within those beeps and while a translation device has been built, they haven't been able to catch the Road Runner and translate the beeps into something more fluent (and if the way a beep is said can translate to different words, not just having a beep translate into a different singular word).
  • There was one instance where the Coyote tried to imitate Batman. Most think he would be a good imitator if it weren't for the fact that he was doing such to try and catch the Road Runner.
  • Surpirsingly enough, there's a number of people who ship them. For a self-proclaimed "super-genius" like Wile E., he couldn't really understand why people do that.
  • The coyote hangs out with fellow low-level villains Dr. Draken and Jack Spicer. Even though no one takes them seriously, they're still determined to at least get a victory in their favor.
  • Wile E. has made several visits with Dr. Boom to see if the goblin's inventions help can him capture the Roadrunner. The outcomes don't change, but at least the coyote has found a decent partner that can provide explosive inventions.
  • The coyote saw a little bit of himself in Sideshow Bob, mainly as villains who view themselves as intellectual, but are outwitted by prey who they consider to be of inferior intelligence (the Roadrunner for the Coyote and Bart for Bob).
  • The Road Runner actually got run over a couple of times (one of these instances had the coyote as a passenger in a car at the time). Most believe that said collisions are accidental and that the offenders weren't aware of the Road Runner at that time.
  • Wile E. has refused to say anything about two possible scenarios in which he is successful in killing the Road Runner. This only raised more questions as to why the Coyote is chasing the Road Runner and why those traps constantly fail.
  • The coyote has been visiting various houses (mainly Weapons and Craft) to look for new ideas on how to capture the Roadrunner. The gods in these houses can only guess how each of those attempts of the Coyote using the things from their houses is going to end.
  • While the pursuits are generally viewed to be comedic, there's a certain number of people who think that the chases are a tragedy. Case in point, they think it's about a pathetic coyote who is in futile pursuit of a roadrunner, who beeps at him mockingly for every failure that happens at the coyote's expense.
    • Then again, the Road Runner does find it amusing that there are people who are constantly trying to catch him.