Herein is the vile house of villainy, rebuilt after eons past. These gods' goals are destruction and the domination of all existence, seeking to impose their own order upon the multiverse. Though it should be noted not all occupants are totally evil. This house was founded when several of the heroes such as Superman and Spider-Man decided they wanted to resplit the house of Heroes and Villains after the endless war had ground them all down for too long. While many of the elder gods were uneasy at the thought of another hero/villain house split after the first experiment, the case eventually went all the way to the court of the gods, where a very tired and irritated johnson ordered the house split up because, "All that noise makes sleeping very difficult for the rest of us! I tolerate the house of beasts out of necessity, but split the others up for now. Let them scheme in their own houses." Jean-Luc Picard facepalmed at this utterly arbitrary decision, but as Jack McCoy was leading the case, tired of having the lawless look over his notes, the decision passed with surprisingly little argument. The only dissenter was Harvey Dent, but after flipping a coin, he ultimately decided for it too, though it does create the awkward situation of him needed to drag himself between houses depending on his coin flip on who he was going to visit on off time.
Melkor often visits this house from the main house to plan with his hoard on how they might take down the other houses before long. Most of the resident villains admit that though keeping each other's company is difficult, this is something they'll need to deal with if they're ever going to crush those pathetic heroes under their boots.
However, the only thing they have in common with the Heroes is their shared hatred on the Disgraces.
Melkor, God of Evil, Patron Saint of Those who Aspire to be Diabolical and Leader of The Grand United Alliance Of Evil (Morgoth, Bauglir, The
Supreme Dark Lord, The Great Enemy, Dark Enemy of the World, Belegurth)
Alignment: Evil (varies between Lawful, Neutral and Chaotic depending on his mood)
Portfolio: Every single villain trope EVER.
Domains: Evil, Darkness, Corruption, Tyranny, Destruction, Hatred, Fear, Greed, and many more negtive things.
Allies: The Ebon Dragon, in an uneasy "backstab opportunity" truce. For the betting ring as to which one consumes the other first out of sheer hatred of anything powerful that is not of themselves to become the True Ultimate Evil, please see Marge Simpson and Tsunade of the House of Commerce. The long shot bet is Azathoth, for those betting on a surprise upset. Recently, a new bet on the line is Grima, due to the fact that no one knows exactly what he plans, expect for Melkor.
Has spend the past few score thousand years sealed away in the Void by gods now long forgotten. Is highly curious about this newfangled technology stuff mortals have come up with in his absence, but is learning fast enough that he's only set his hair on fire twice so far. Credited by ancient scrolls as developing genetic engineering roughly 20,000 years before any other villain.
Is rather pissed at Sauron for how poorly evil in Arda was managed in his absence. It took the gods themselves to dethrone Melkor's reign of terror, but all it took was a few midgets and a "hey, look at this squad over here" to dethrone that incompetent minion he had running things.
Has recently found a companion in Grima, due to both being almost unkillable by normal means. Melkor is the only one in the entire Pantheon who may know EXACTLY what the Fell Dragon intends to do when all is said and done.
It is believed that all who look upon him will be driven insane or brutally murdered. This is not because of any mystical properties on his part so much as it is that he will hunt you down, and he will break you.
Has gained the admiration and devotion of Hansel and Gretel and Yuno Gasai mainly gained from his ability to know which twin is male and which is female, personal experience helped, for the former, and manipulating the latter (in conjunction with Yuuki Terumi's trolling) to brutally kill Kaede Fuyou (The anime edition) in a fit of rage that had caught the attention of Guts, The Doom Marine, Kratos, and Jack The Ripper.
Plays the straight man sociopath to Joker's Ax-Crazy psychopath when the two meet, though no one is quite sure what goes on during these encounters as every non-Eldritch Abomination gets the hell out when they do.
It is rumored that the DNA Voice inside Lucy's head is actually Johan Liebert taking in the form of a naked girl wrapped in bandages commanding her and the Diclonius to kill humanity.
Discord used to hold this position, but it was felt that he was too dangerous to keep said position (and Zero was deemed more worthy of the title). The Elements of Harmony were used to turn him into a statue.
Overlord Zenon was supposed to be the replacement. However Meta Knight pointed out that Zero's bloody eye attack was in a E rated game. The fact that both Zero's game appearances were in games rated "E" secured Zero's position.
Often referred to as Zero-2, to avoid confusion with Zero.
Is tired of people asking it for effective plans, and redirects them to thatotherZero.
Enemies: Every single deity with a shred of decency in their souls. So all of the Good and Neutral deities, and some of the evil ones, too. But especially the Unconquered Sun.
Allies: Melkor, head of the Grand United Alliance of Evil, in an uneasy "backstab opportunity" truce. For the betting ring as to which one consumes the other first out of sheer hatred of anything powerful that is not of themselves to become the True Ultimate Evil, please see Marge Simpson and Tsunade of the House of Commerce. The long shot bet is Azathoth, for those betting on a surprise upset.
Followers: The demons descended from him, including but not limited to Erembour, Mara, Alveua, and Makarios. Also, the Green Sun Princes, particularly the Fiends. Additionally, Pride
Some deities, having met Midna and her ilk, wonder why the Unconquered Sun refers to his enemies as "Creatures of Darkness". Those who have met the Ebon Dragon wonder no longer.
The Ebon Dragon wants you to be at the absolute nadir of despair, your dreams crushed, your life ruined, and your body wracked by continual agony. Yes, you specifically. Also everyone else specifically. Ponder that for a few minutes.
Acolyte to The Joker. Not a lucky position. She insists that her pet name for him, "Puddin'", should be added to his entry, but no one dares to bring the matter up with him. She has also requested that he be moved from the "Evil" section of the pantheon to "Love". None of the Overdeities have yet considered this request, since immediately after hearing it they paid a visit to Nohamotyo.
Has a weird relationship with X-23. On one hand they're drinking, on a good day. On a bad day, they start a fight.
Considered the official announcer of the gods, as his voice is often used when battles happen.
Was the official announcer of Death Battle, but he stopped after the battle between Goku vs. Superman. It was because he was to be one of the combatants of the second Season.
Has a rivalry of sorts with Alexander The Great, as both believe there cannot be two conquerors of the Pantheon. The two faced each other in a battle to see who was the greater, but no one knows who won, if either did. The last anyone saw of the battle, it ended with Shao Kahn facing the entire Ionian Hetairoi alone. Neither will comment on who won.
Ascended to this position when Melkor read Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix, and was impressed with her year-long reign of terror. He helped her ascend to the position of Goddess of Tyrant Takes the Helm.
Applied for a position of teacher at the Academy, but was rejected once the Powers That Be read her introductory novel.
Knows almost every black magic spell in the book, and has recently written a thousand-page book with names of all of the enemies he plans to horribly punish. So far, he's only on page three, but has still made incredible progress. Black Mage writes in Microdot, and to the untrained eye, the pages all look like they've been dyed black.
Axel attained Reverse Nirvana, making him an evil Buddhist god with mind bullets, the ability to nuke cities at will, and make your head explode. However, Black Mage attained this state first.
Bowser's induction in the House of Villains has been an utter roller coaster in and of itself. The King of Koopas was always a viable candidate for a seat, the opinion torn over whether he would serve as an asset or a liability. While his ferocious temperament was appealing, his bumbling tendencies turned others away from the notion.
Upon Bowser's induction into the Beast house, the higherups and more influential of the Villain Pantheon decided to put him under observation. Due to the ways his actions always tipped the scales over the events of the Mario & Luigi titles, they came to notice something: Bowser was insanely powerful on his own. Come Fawful's takeover, Bowser's true potential was shown for all to see—however, as he'd unwittingly had assistance from the Mario Bros., it was settled that the case could not contribute to his nature as a villain.
Come Bowser's sudden blitzkrieg on his home universe, more began to stand and take notice. With a sudden attack and a pinch of ruthlessness, Bowser had nearly brought society to its knees on a galactic scale. The end result went even further, in that his actions resulted in a black hole that consumed the universe before a last-ditch attempt from the Lumas of the Comet Observatory revived it. While it was noted this had not been his intent, the simple fact he was so readily capable of such destruction under the right circumstances was astonishing within itself.
Bowser's final accomplishment that earned his entry was due to the events of Mario & Luigi: Dream Team. While at first it seemed Bowser would end up being used once again, an astounding event occurred: Bowser kicked the Bat King Antasma to the curb, declared he'd simply been awaiting the right time to take full control, and left him to the mercy of the Mario Bros. This cold-blooded act of ruthless objectivity was on the level of even the likes of Ganondorf, and so Bowser was finally contacted to be inducted into the villainy pantheon. Bowser even refused at first, restating he's not a fan of being a team player, which even more enticed his addition. Eventually, he finally cooperated, and gained his second position among the divinities.
Bowser quickly made contact with both Dr. Eggman and Ganondorf once he'd been added, forming alliances between the two of them. While he and Ganondorf openly have made clear they both expect the other to be planning to stab them in the back, his interactions with the mad scientist in past Olympic events have led theirs to be a much more friendly partnership.
Though King K. Rool is his ally, the Kremling monarch contests Bowser's seat and would claim it for his own if he ever got the chance. However, his power is so inferior to Bowser's that the Koopa King doesn't even recognize him as a threat. The on-and-off alliance of Donkey Kong and Mario usually results in K. Rool putting aside his ambitions to Bowser's seat to work with him to eradicate their respective archenemies first.
Upon learning of Bowser's retaining of the abilitiess the Mario Bros. released in his body, including growing gigantic under his own sheer might, it was decided he should be tested to discover just what the ceiling on his power is. Natural titan Hades stepped up to the bat, and the two engaged in a battle in the Underworld. However, when the tide turned against Bowser, Kamek was called to his side, resulting in an astonishing revelation: Giant Bowser's already-huge form itself could be made giant. The now Giant-Giant Bowser promptly punched the God of the Underworld through a mountain, causing Melkor to intervene. He forced their bout to end a draw, not wishing to attract attentions outside the Villain House.
Allies: A good amount of the Undead-oriented Gods of the Pantheon.
The world Azeroth may have Bolvar Foldragon as the Lich King. But in the Pantheon, that seat always belonged to Arthas. And he sure as hell wants to use it for his own purposes than the world.
Once a Wise Prince. Many stress from facing evils like Luca Blight, Dio Brando, Dracula and many others made him grew increasingly sadistic until he used an evil to 'beat' them, and decided that Evil Feels Good. Now he became allies with those he tried to defeat, and a mockery of the things he stood for.
"I was a fool to trust the light."
Though he is not a member of the House of Death, he has a massive ammount of undead creatures at his disposal, making him one of the gods with his own personal army.
Will insist that the being that was seen crying like a baby in the tortures of the underworld by Sylvanas Windrunner is not him.
Pearl has an oddly friendly relationship with Mike and the 'Bots, even as she forces them to watch bad B-Movies day in and day out. She fears that may try to blow up her ship if they're ever introduced to Uwe Boll and Joel Schumacher.
What the heck is it that draws so many female worshippers to Draco's temple? No one seems to know, and it's highly doubtful Draco himself seems to give a damn. Godhood is funny like that.
Ebony Dark'ness Dementia Raven Way, of the Disgraces, sleeps frequently with a Mary Suetopian who looks almost exactly like him but is "goffik". He may or may not have actually met her, and what theoretically happened then will never be explained. But it's certainly not impossible that he was utterly repelled.
Natural enemy of Madlax, Goddess of Extraordinarily Empowered Girls. Believed to have been killed by her, but for a true nihilist, Death Is Cheap. His plot to use Margaret Burton earned him the eternal enmity of Elenore Baker
They blast off at the speed of light, and kindly ask that their opponents surrender or prepare to fight. The opponents always choose the latter... and win... most of the time.
They infiltrate the House of Beasts daily to try to steal Pikachu. However, they're always quickly expelled. They swear that someday they'll succeed in their efforts, but nobody takes them seriously.
Have since become surprisingly competent, they lost one of their positions, but due to their newfound power, they flew off on jetpacks, and stole the empty temple and remade it so they would only be gods of the Terrible Trio. Giovanni is much more pleased with them.
Domains: Being considered a joke In Universe, Villainous Valor, getting beat down a ton.
Followers: None for now.
Allies: Team Rocket (they sympathize, and point fingers as well).
Jack Spicer randomly opened a puzzle box sent to his home after moping about those "Xiaolin Losers" beating him again. The box promptly brought him to the pantheon, as Team Rocket declared him their new stand in for most inept villain ever.
Jack complained that he did score some handy victories early in his career, but Johnson, god of judgement quickly pointed out that no villain could fall so far as to have his underwear stolen as a trophy of war, and sent him back to his temple.
Spends a surprising amount of time in other houses, looking for things to steal, and ways to upgrade his robots. Optimus has quietly told the houses of weapons and craft to keep an eye on jack, but to always have a fly swatter on hand, and pudding cups to send him away.
Despite his low position, he admits it's not so bad, since he got there without the Xiaolin monks foiling him. (and the fact that none of his tormenters both good and evil have ascended yet makes him even happier).
Ascended after their supposed deaths in their former Master's underwater base. Even they don't know if they died down there.
Despite their alignment, they are not actually members of the GUAE, even if some of their allies are. The reason for this is because of Dr. Weil, who was responsible ultimately for their at least a century's worth of suffering.
They don't like Aizen or Xehanort due to reminding them far too much of Master Albert.
Cosmos apparently promised them new bodies in exchange for their alliance with the GUAG. They intend to hold her to that.
The only person they allow to perform maintenance on them when required is Tails, mostly because they trust he won't try to mess with their programming.
Prometheus has an interesting relationship with Mega Man and Shiro Emiya. Despite the fact that they both represent ideals that he calls worthless, he respects them for at least being able to back them up.
He finds Pit a little too upbeat, but is willing to work with him. Some believe it's because he reminds Prometheus of his younger sibling, Grey.
He often fights with other members of the Pantheon, but he especially likes training against Omega and Metal Sonic, considering them his equals.
Apparently, Grima has taken a special interest in him exactly for this reason.
Pandora is good friends with Crona, often finding time to speak with hir about different subjects. She has about as much idea as everyone else on what Crona's gender is, though.
She is also on better terms with their true allies and so-and-so allies than her brother, but that's because she doesn't yell as much.
No matter how many times people hear his nickname, Prometheus is NOT the God of Death.
They have a somewhat-strained with Harpuia. Despite the fact they share a common enemy in the form of Dr. Weil, he still cannot forgive Prometheus or Pandora for killing countless innocent people and being true Mavericks.
Zero also doesn't exactly trust them with their alliance with Omega.
Ultimately seeks to turn the entirety of the Pantheon at ends with one another to collect the most powerful of souls. Sadly—for him—he does an absolutely terrible job at concealing his intentions.
When confronted by the other Hades of the Pantheon, the Hades here promptly laughed and mocked him for being defeated by a single punch. Even upon being informed the punch had been delivered by Hercules, he did not waver from his initial statement. For THIS Hades to be defeated it took having his heart destroyed, getting cut in half, getting his head crushed, and FINALLY getting hit by a large WaveMotionGun to kill him, and he doesn't want to damage his reputation.
Hades was initially legitimately surprised that Hazama had already claimed the position of Trolling God. However, Hades was just as quick to laugh it off and comment that the other god was "merely keeping his crown warm for him".
Works with Grima in experiments involving souls, and together they have created several new types of monsters.
Also helped remake Grima's body after he decided to show that he could survive an attack from Asura.
He and Viridi were recently in a battle sparked after he commented that she and Pit should get married. They destroyed half of both the Houses of Nature and Villains and most everything in between.
His words on the subject afterwards? "Yow, she's a feisty one!"
He can sometimes be found speaking with Excalibur over a cup of tea. Supposedly, Hades is trying to new ways to annoy people and is receiving education from Excalibur. He denies this, though, claiming he's simply learning about his "friend's" world and history. Regardless, most gods leave the room whenever they start talking.
Recently, Hades spent several days keeping pressure off of his back. While he has refused to disclose any information to most anyone who asks, eavesdropping on a conversation between him and Excalibur has revealed that it was related to an unseen bout between him and the recent-recruited Bowser in the Underworld.
He and Link have done battle many, many times. However, no matter how many times Link kills him, Ganondorf continues to return to oppose him. Though some have speculated it has to do with Time Travel and his standing as Link's archnemesis, no one knows how he does this. He's gotten smarter in later years and has fought Link through a network of allies and minions to conceal the fact he's still alive, but it hasn't resulted in much more success than when he did it himself.
Some have prophesied that when the final battle of Good and Evil is almost done, Ganondorf will rise over Melkor's ashes and proclaim he was the controlling force of the House of Evil all along. Though few pay this theory any mind, Link fully expects it.
There was a short time where it was debated if Ganon should keep his position after it was learned that He's merely the incarnation of the hatred of a being even greater than himself: Demise. Ultimately it was decided he would remain a god as his predecessor is dead for good, and Ganondorf is more or less the same being.
Seeks to absorb Sauron in order to transform into something powerful enough to take on O-Haruhi-sama and destroy reality. To aid in this endeavor, he also has his eyes on Light Yagami's tactical prowess, yet to Buu's dismay, Light has already anticipated Buu's attempt on his body and prepared accordingly.
Upon developing omnicidal ambitions, Davros became Majin Buu's High Priest.
It should be noted that there are no true followers of the God of Omnicidal Mania. They're all plotting the destruction of everything else, so backstabbing will inevitably occur. The exception is when omnicidal maniacs decide to pair up in order to annihilate everything.
The only reason the Anti-Monitor isn't also the God of Omnicidal Mania is because he couldn't care less for the trope. As he put it: "I do not care what you classify my actions as. It will not change your fate."
He'll overtake Haruhi-sama. Someday. Until then, he's going to listen to Linkin Park. Oh, and since he and Cobra Commander sound so similar, he might make crank calls as well.
Was unexpectedly attacked by Iron Man in a giant suit; does not care to relate what happened after he utterly defeated the human. New scorch mark? No, that's always been there.
Starscream has several degrees and specialties despite his complusion to shoot authority figures, a feat best explained by his hypnotizing sycophany and capacity to zero in on suckers. So far, he has conned McCoy into giving him Federation mapping grids, talked Heero Yuy out of several "outdated" humongous mecha, plus he used the Decepticon Space Bridge for unauthorized visits to Cybertron with the promise of bring back energon. Our sources are not sure who Starscream wishes to usurp this time, but they recommend that Starfleet captains of all timelines be on guard for their first encounter with Humongous Mecha.
He'd rather you not bring up the embarrassing incident where Optimus sliced off Starscream's left arm and then started bitch-slapping him with it. (Optimus: "Stop hitting yourself! Stop hitting yourself!")
Few in the pantheon trust him, as he is a well known Reliable Traitor. They figure that one day, he'll try to proclaim himself God of existence, and they'll have to backhand him back down, but due to his physical weakness compared to some of the other gods, most aren't that concerned about him.
Has quite a good relationship with God of Bishonen Line, Frieza. Maybe it's due to their voices. Is especially hated by Black Mage, who unlike Mayuri-sama can't get away with anything.
The only time he was ever punished was at the hands of Sanger Zonvolt, but that was only because it's compulsory for evil deities. Though he was split in two, he was able to survive by stabbing himself with Ashisogi Jizou right before he was smitten, thus turning into liquid and resurfacing later.
Has a section in Dr. Wily's house, where he dedicates himself to his research. 'Being unpunished in villainy merely counts as a job' after all, there's got to be something he can do For Science!.
Thoroughly dislikes Relius, not for his depravity, but because he sought perfection through science... Anyone who dares ask otherwise is forced to read "Mayuri 3:16" in Motor Mouth while being planted by a bomb inside their body that would explode if they slowed down. The epitaph ends in this line:
Surprisingly nonchalant with Miki Aono, one who sought perfection, but in a positive way. Mayuri's reasoning was that her pursuit of perfection doesn't involve science, so he could care less. This was why he could tolerate teaming up with Miki during his attempt to take down Relius.
At the dawn of time, Doom would regularly team up with other evil aligned deities, which always ended badly when one tried to doublecross the other. Doom has since given up on the concept. Doom has no need of allies.
Was invited into the Council Of Shadows, but decided that he'd rather work alone and doesn't need the help of other gods to achieve his goals, having had bad experiences with councils before. Doom observes their actions closely, however; Doom will not tolerate the possibility of such a potentially formidable power-base interfering in his affairs.
Took over the whole Pantheon for a time. However, due to his status as God of Villainous Diplomatic Immunity... well, nobody can legally take action against him.
Although he will never admit it to anyone, Doom secretly coveted the position of the God of Comic Book Science, and resents the hell out of the fact that they gave it to that Accursed Dolt Richards over him.
Due to a Stable Time Loop spanning countless millenia, Doom is now millions of years old.
Doom dislikes Red Skull. However, with his ally Lex Luthor forming an unholy alliance with him, it seems that he's forming part of their Supervillain Army representing the GUAE soon.
Given Xykon's extremely short attention span, people are taking bets on how long it'll take before he'll either step down or try to destroy the pantheon. Either way, he plans to look completely awesome doing it.
Tricked Starscream into making a suicide attack on Megatron. Megatron's death allowed Scorponok to take his place as Emperor of Destruction, but unfortunately for him, Starscream turned out to be immortal. Currently trying to work out how to use Starscream to eliminate Dream.
No one knows what Xellos' true goals are, so it's impossible to say who he really supports, if anyone. He's been allied at some point to nearly every deity in the Pantheon, but every single one of them has also been betrayed, double-crossed, moled, reverse moled, abandoned, and/or tricked into advancing their enemies' schemes. Sometimes all at once, and often multiple times in the span of five minutes. They put up with Xellos nonetheless because a) he's impossible to get rid of anyway, and b) his services, while they last, are just that valuable.
Due to him being part of the Akira Ishida family, Yuno has placed him on her shit list.
Enemies: Jin Kazama and Heihachi Mishima, King II, Ryu, Ken Masters, Dan Hibiki.
When he first came back from the dead, Kazuya was hailed as a hero for surviving the attack of a Disgraced Goddess (he was killed in Nena Trinity's unexpected attack). But Kazuya quickly showed the Pantheon otherwise by performing several villainous acts; however, he did so in such magnificent a manner that he was accepted here... as a villain, something he accepts with a smirk.
After the rise of Jin Kazama, Kazuya has steeled himself for an eventual showdown to establish his supremacy of his family.
Then suddenly he received a familiar letter saying "You should've found a steeper cliff!". Kazuya knew what this means... His father Heihachi has made it to the Pantheon. He'll have to put more efforts if he wants to reign supreme against his family.
Some wonder if he's a member of the 3rd street saints due to the purple suit he sometime wears. Kaz just chuckles and goes along with it for his amusement.
Enemies: Katara, Sol Badguy, Rushuna Tendo, L, Gig
Upon finding out about the Castaways, GI Guy was so morally offended by their existence that he decided that destroying the Pantheon justified getting rid of these abominations and so attempted to wake Yukari Yakumo. Naturally, most of the other gods disagreed with GI Guy's plan, sending in a strike force spearheaded by Sol Badguy, Katara, and L to stop him. Despite the power levied against him, GI Guy imagines that he would have succeeded had they not been successful in luring Yukari into a computer with no Internet connection at the last possible second. Naturally, this event isolated GI Guy, leaving Majin Buu and Light Yagami (who had given him the idea of how to destroy the Pantheon in the first place) as the only deities wanting anything to do with him.
Currently in a cell, waiting for the investigation to go through so it can be decided what his punishment will be. Plotting to destroy the Pantheon is a serious offense.
Enemies: Yuu Narukami, Yukiko Amagi, Kanji Tatsumi, Rika Furude, Link, Naruto Uzumaki
Is one of Link's most formidable foes in direct combat — though he mostly lacks the higher brain functionality to be a true villain, whenever he spawns from within Link he proves exceptionally difficult to take down, able to match Link in swordsmanship move for move. Unfortunately he has yet to figure out how to copy Link's wide array of other weapons, and this usually spells his defeat. He's never gone forever though and will usually be reborn a few generations of Link down the line.
Oddly, he and Link's Arch-Enemy Ganondorf have never been direct allies, Dark Link usually acting of his own accord and Ganondorf only indirectly being involved with his creation once. Ganondorf has reportedly tried to contact Dark Link to hire him as a minion, but his messages haven't been returned.
There are theories that he is an aspect of Demise.
Do not bring up his defeat at the hands of Jenna Silverblade in front of him. He would much rather forget that happened.
Allies: Sauron, Khorne, Majin Buu, Darkseid, Johan Liebert, Lord Voldermort, Mayuri Kurotsuchi, Kefka Palazzo, Albedo Piazzolla, Luca Blight, Frollo, Davros and Griffith. Swarm, as the Pantheon's other Nazi, is also technically on the Skull's side. Recently, formed an unholy alliance with Lex Luthor.
Enemies: Two thirds of the Pantheon but especially Captain America, Magneto, Lelouch Lamperouge and Sanger Zonvolt. He may be a Greater God, but their interference makes it hard for him to do anything.
Is perhaps the most hated member in all the Pantheon, to the point that only the most depraved gods are willing to associate with him. And even they will randomly betray him. Memorably, he and the Joker once teamed up, only to end up trying to kill each other.
The only people he truly fears are Captain America and The Basterds. The former because he's his sworn nemesis and the latter because they keep killing his Mooks.
Even he has one standard... don't mess with him everytime anyone's doing evil deeds without profit. Yes, Red Skull uses profit to commit his crimes.
The only thing that he and Captain America agree on is their shared dislike for Sally Floyd.
Recently, he approached with his unholy partner Lex Luthor about forming a Supervillain Army to counterattack the GUAG Superhero Division... so the villains finally win in first place.
While Doctor Doom dislikes him, it seems that he's one of the first candidates to join in the Supervillain Army.
Ali was once Gauron's follower, but for some reason backstabbed him. Says Gauron doesn't pay him enough, but in truth, he just did it because he wanted to. Many Evil Gods saw this as a potential ally and set up a house for him, but they keep an eye on him... since he could betray them any time (and given his fighting record, he might be able to pull it off).
Ali's current plan is to burn down the peaceful Neo-Venezia and turn it into a war zone.
Found a truly willing apprentice called Desil Galette. Ali promises to make him the worst kid ever, one that appalls even Setsuna.
Rau Le Creuset is currently manipulating him in order to fan the flames of war and maximize the amount of humans killed over the duration. Ali figured this out a while ago, but doesn't really care so long as Rau keeps giving him targets and plenty of new toys to shoot them with.
As much as they are often side-by-side, Ali is not quite fond with Kirei Kotomine, because for Ali, when one finds amusement in others' suffering and doing evil things, that's not a defect at all and should be enjoyed full force rather than considering it a 'mental defect'. For that, Ali's pet name to Kotomine is 'Mr. Hypocrite''
He was supposed to take in Archibald Grims as his disciple, but refused it since he did not get much important killing done the last time he sortied. Others would say it's because of his tacky Lennon Specs, or the fact that his Gravilion would just be a sitting duck when pitted against the more agile Arche.
Allies: Harry Dresden, albeit often unwillingly on Harry's part.
Enemies: To much to count.
When the previous top gang of Chicago fell, Marcone rose in its place and has been turning crime into profitable business ever since. When the supernatural comes too close to home, he's often one that Harry Dresden ends up grudgingly turning to.
His propaganda blitz and misdirection of The Daily Planet led this Lex to oust Darla Dimple from her spot, demoting her to janitor for daring to overshadow Lex Luthor.
Rumoredly, it was this one yell that eventually started his rise over from the shadow, by interrupting Darla's whatever speech with: "WROOOOOOOONNNGGG!!!!"
This Luthor despises the counterpart from Smallville, upset that he could ever take up with the alien.
He often spends his time spreading rumors about the heroes, all while using comany resources to prevent any connections being made to him.
In an alternate universe, he's leading a resistance against a regime lead by none other than Superman. Luthor was savvy enough to devise a plan to amass power there by tricking the residents that the Luthor of that universe survived. How it come off, we have no idea.
Recently, he approached with his unholy partner Red Skull about forming a Supervillain Army to counterattack the GUAG Superhero Division... so the villains finally win in first place.
Enemies: Sonic the Hedgehog, Shadow the Hedgehog, Dr. Robotnik
Became a God by copying the data of one of the Pantheon during a visit to the mortal realm. Don't ask how that works.
He has recently been seen with and often sparring with Omega. This has caused a bit of concern, as some believe the two have partnered up and are planning to destroy their mortal enemies, Sonic and Zero, and take over the Pantheon.
Is apparently a key conponent in Grima's plans, whatever they entail.
Was part of Dr. Eggman's forces during his battle with Dr. Wily, but during the battle, he was infected with the Roboenza virus after he started to defeat all of Robot Masters. He then proceeded to destroy EVERYONE on the battle field, and the majority of the world. Wiz and Boomstick wisely decided to declare him the victor after he stopped rampaging. Which was after they called in Asura to defeat him.
Followers: Pretty much anyone who is a villain because of other people's say-so. Which is a surprising number.
Ascended from the power of the Dragon Hearts he had collected. Few people noticed, since Galby is a quiet fellow.
Considered to be somewhat of a Paradox among the House, since while he is supposedly evil, while he was mortal he formed an empire that was overall quite successful. Well, except for the terrorist dragon attacks, but you can't please everyone.
Since he ascended, Eragon has frequently come from the House of Disgraces to challenge Galbatorix to a battle to the death. He was thrown out each time, because, hey, Eragon's annoying. When Eragon was banished, this stopped.
Allies: the House of War (they love his definition of Love), Bender (he appreciates the term "Meatbag.")
Opposed By: the House of Love (they don't like his definition of Love), human or non-robotic members of the pantheon (they don't appreciate the term "Meatbag.")
Is on surprisingly good terms with Legion, despite their polar opposite views on organic-synthetic relations. They play paintball on the weekends, and while HK appreciates having a Worthy Opponent in a synthetic who is just as skilled with a rifle as he is, he remains baffled as to why Legion always sides with the "meatbag" team.
Due to his considerable power and the suspicion he'd probably betray his fellow gods, Solego is not actually present in the Pantheon, having been sealed in his amulet which was split into two when Melkor decided it was easier than having to keep an eye on him constantly. Though he'll reform if the pieces are rejoined, the gem which contains his spirit is kept at his seat, where at least his spirit can talk to visitors. The setting for the gem is kept in the House of Treasures under heavy guard.
Nobunaga competed the first title with Skeletor, but after learning that Skeletor's archenemy He-Man has yet to receive deification, Skeletor lost interest, enabling Nobunaga to seize the throne. He also took the second title's placeholder left by Yagyu Munenori, quite possibly taking it over FOREVER.
He once held his sister Oichi in his grip and made her his plaything, sending her into battles despite her pleads not to. Needless to say, when the Gods of goodness actually rescued her from his clutches, he was mightily pissed that someone DARED to take away the plaything of The Demon King of the Sixth Heaven.
As of recent, it looks like he managed to put up enough influence on her so she broke loose again; now only controlled with her darkness and tailing to him again. It was a big influence enough that he might soon make his grand comeback after sleeping so long... To everyone's suprise, Oichi singlehandly stopped and subdued him to his throne.
In another world, he was sealed away for years until his faithful servants reawoken him in Steampunk 20th Century New York. He once again began about his conquest to rule over the mortal realm under the Sixth Heaven, almost succeeding. While different in realms, there is no denying their strength and abnormal powers to bring their opponents to their knees.
Apparently controls a Zekrom, presumably on loan from N. Presumably. He later returned Zekrom back to N due the fact that he had captured a shiny Rayquaza for himself.
Barbatos has never set his foot on the Food Pantheon as long as Popeye is around. Everytime someone eats, he considers it 'using an item', so he grabs the eater, yells "NO ITEMS EVEEEERRRR!!!!", throw the eater to the ground, stomps on him, then uppercuts him.
If Popeye is around, however, Barbatos is easily thrown away when he grabs some spinach. He really hates Popeye.
Many would say that he looks like Sakura Oogami if she's male. Infuriated at this 'impersonator', Barbatos challenged Oogami into a duel, but surprise... the fact that she is the High-School Level Martial Artists and that she never uses item in fighting actually gave Barbatos trouble. He wouldn't admit that Oogami would be hisWorthy Opponent, however.
Responsible for Kenshiro's deification. And even if it's done after inflicting a good dose of pain to him, Kenshiro thinks of him more highly than the usual villain as a reminder of their friendship.
Likewise, Shin also has a better opinion of Kenshiro after his mortal death, in which it's revealed that his villainy was due to him being had by Jagi. He's still a bastard, but has developed some standard in his villainy.
At one point, Xehanort's manipulation got so bad that Cosmos had to put out an APB to her forces to absolutely, under no circumstances trust this man with anything. The memo apparently arrived too late to the KH 'verse circa-Birth by Sleep (through Xehanort's own meddling, of course), resulting in the three heroes plus Master Eraqus not realizing he was a villain until it was almost too late to stop him. And then it turned outthey still didn't.
His alter-egos are currently staging a protest over why only the original got to enter the Pantheon and not them. Official ruling has come down that since they are all technically the same person, the original shall be the one to hold the seat, but Master Xehanort is considering letting them challenge him for his title. This is a man whose various voice credits across his incarnations include Leonard Nimoy, Richard Epcar, Billy Zane and Norio Wakamoto. Were such a battle to occur, the resulting Ham-to-Ham Combat would be the stuff of legends.
As Alice and Sora have worked to help the Princesses of Heart ascend, Xehanort put his own plan into motion. With each new goddess, Master Xehanort has traveled to the various houses to spread a warning. He informed the other gods that these women were not to be trusted, as they were part of a plan for Disney to usurp the entirety of the Pantheon into their ever growing collective. While some have brushed off his words, others have shown increased caution when around Disney affiliated gods, just as he intended.
In the wake of recent events, Shang Tsung lost grip onto some of his souls and it latched onto Soul Edge. The amount of souls eventually called forth another of its storage, thus the deification/entry of Nightmare in the Pantheon.
Has an Unknown Rival in form of the other Black Knight, who kept insisting on fighting him and wouldn't even stop, even after Nightmare chops off his limbs.
It has recently come to light that he has a new host body. This new host has made him much more dangerous because his intelligence now rivals that of some of the Chessmaster gods. Rumors say that this is because his new host is likely that of Raphael Sorel, a French aristocrat who had been malfested by one of Soul Edge's fragments.
Will show his victims the greatest nightmare.
While he has become much more strategic as of late, at his core, Nightmare desires nothing but to drown the world in bloodshed. His targets recently have been forces of Order, in a gambit to force the hand of his opposte, Soul Calibur. Eventually he intends to do battle with Elysium, once it possesses its own host for the fate of the Pantheon proper.
Rumored to have created Evil Overlord List. Even is he didn't, he is clearly trying to standardize it. Many other gods are trying to stop him, because the last thing the world needs is for every villain to become as savvy as him.
Often seen visiting houses of Knowledge and Theatre.
Lelouch wants to defeat him to destroy his evil reign and Light wants to dispatch him as a part of some scheme. Knowing he has no chance against their combined skills and knowledge, Tarquin does everything he can to fuel the flames of their rivalry, so they'll keep fighting each other.
Joker wants to kill him for turning down his offer for Villain Team-Up. While his explanation that he "doesn't work with loose cannons" was actually considered a compliment, Joker has a reputation to maintain.
Rather fond of Yuno Gasai and had used several of her methods to "win over" his soon-to-be wifes. However, he still won't work with her - again, he doesn't work with loose canons.
There were rumors he has a plan to get Azula back into sanity, have her reclaim position of Goddess of Manipulative Bastards and then torture her until she breaks again and agrees to marry him. This is supposed to trigger large variety of reactions from both mortals and other gods that he will harvest and steal both Draco Malfoy's and Griffith's positions at the same time. Tarquin denied it, saying that such plan, while possible, would be way to risky and there are much easier and safer ways to obtain more power. Most of gods were convinced. The Question just added another conspiracy to unfold to his list.
Is very self-centered, when finding about anything suspicious going on, he is likely to assume it concerns him personally in some way.
Once he (as Oersted the Knight) was one of the champions of mankind. But mankind instead put him through such emotional wringer and crushed all his hopes and faiths, and thus Odio was born... With some tinkerings from Nerissa, of course.
He was also once old friends with fellow Gods (Knight-like Gods) Ky Kiske and Siegfried Schtauffen, but he couldn't understand how they didn't fall so hard as him.
Has many forms. His symbols are his current known forms.
Has the ability to destroy all existence, something that troubles all good Gods.
1000 years ago, Yamamoto failed to kill him. The Pantheon is now fearfully awaiting the rematch after the two have met once more.
Thinks Aizen Sosuke is a pussy, and the Pantheon even agrees that he's even worse than Aizen in his worst. Likewise, Aizen isn't too fond of this guy.
To the point where Aizen refused to join with Yhwach's Vandenreich after Yhwach paid him a visit in Mugen. The Yhwach inducted into the Pantheon and the one that defeated Kenpachi was actually Royd Lloyd, a Stern Ritter that had taken on his appearance. Consideration is being given to making Royd Lloyd the God of Humanshifting, or the new God of Shapeshifting.
And now, he's possibly killed Yamamoto himself. One has to wonder what the fates have in store for the Pantheon.
And now, it's confirmed - Yamamoto is dead. Not just dead, either. Yhwach has completely erased him from existence. However, the meddling of Masaki Andoh has rendered 'the erasure from existence' futile by bringing back some of memories of Yamamoto's existence from the Akashic Records. Yhwach is more than eager to bring about punishment for defying his plans... but then the fact that the four heralds' has the thing called 'Possession' would make beating them difficult, even for himself.
There have been many with the title of Shredder in the history of the universe, but as it is just a title, many were given a share of the temple, after one of them tried to DESTROY THE PANTHEON IN ONE STROKE!
Despite this, there are two Shredders who receive the disdain of the Shredders. The first is the original Shredder, who was killed of in his first issue. The other is A whiny Shredder with a striking vocal resemblance to Uncle Phil. Most other Shredders consider this Shredder a wimp, but had to bring him along as without him, none of the others could have ascended.
The Shredders typically spend most of their time in the House of Beasts, trying to kill the turtles, but eventually got rebuffed by Steve Irwin saying, "You all keep scaring the animals. Can't you guys get beyond your Revenge Before Reason and scheme elsewhere?
Forced his way onto the Pantheon after bragging that he has seen the end of the world and beyond it, and has gone back to watch humanity's folly all over again. He also brags that he'll never die, and saw that fit to become a God despite several other Gods of this house had him beat in this respect.
Ultimately, what made the Gods consider him was his sheer thoughtless abandon at the idea of destroying a peaceful community and his willingness to kill the last humans on earth in his universe without so much as a second thought, which interested Melkor greatly.
No god, good or evil, is more familiar with complete failure than Eric Raymond. From losing his half of the Temple of Corporate Corruption in a Battle of the Bands to holding the record for rejected applications into the main Gods of Evil, if you can name it, Raymond has failed at it. Things seem to be looking up in recent times, though. Raymond has passed the Misfits onto Team Rocket and is working out deals with Starscream and Looten Plunder concerning their applications to the main Gods of Evil...
Unknown to him, all of his enemies are informing Jerrica Benton of any plans he might concoct.
To make matters worse, two pretenders to Eric's title have arisen to challenge his dominion over the Throne of Smugness: Dan Mc Neely, leader of the Armor Gamsees, and the Game Genie, ruler of Videoland. Though they will inevitably come to blows, the two work together for now; however, for all that Eric frets over them, few outside observers think that their efforts will amount to anything.
Ascended partly due to his legacy and popularity among certain worshippers and partly due to an incident where he walked into the Gladiator Pit of Maryseutopia and locked a still-recovering Gobbledy Gooker in the Camel Clutch, "humbling" the Gooker and rendering him injured again.
Is forbidden from entering the House of Combat to prevent him and Hogan from getting into another fight.
Whenever not antagonizing non-Irani or non-Russian gods, he pretty much spends most of his time rambling for hours against anybody who he thinks has dissrespected him, mentioning how he will "make them humble" with the "Iranian Loch Ness". Let's just say that it is a big list of people.
"If you no wanna show respect to the Sheik, I suplex you, put you in the Camel Clutch, break your back, make you humble and FACK YOUR ASS!"
For some strange reason, he keeps walking up to stronger Gods and claims that "they are the man, but shooting-wise, he can beat the fuck out of them" only to walk away. Most people don't know if that is considered a compliment or an insult.
Surprisingly enough, he accepts the offer of appearing in the Pantheon version of The Jerry Springer Show. The Iron Sheik has many memories of that show when he appeared as a guest star.
He may or may not be an anti-semite. He is confusing like that.
Allies: The higher members of the GUAE, Darth Vader
Enemies: Most of the GUAG, Starscream
Rivals: Sir Daniel Fortesque
Ascended upon joining a battle between certain gods in the Pantheon (such as Kratos, Drake and Sackboy) as well as certain unascended battlers.
He is very loyal to the higher members of the GUAE, that said, he is disgusted by Starscream's traitorous attitude.
However, his loyalty lies first to the Helghast Empire. This was proven when Nyarlothep and Chakravatin attempted to test Radec by sending him into combat against unknown foes, who were later revelaed to be members of Radec's personal guard. This infuriated the Hound of Visari to no end, and is currently preparing the 501st and the Helghast Army in battling the above two deities and their demon army. Vader has agreed to loan resources to Radec's endeavour.
Like Selvaria Bles who is trying to ascend Maximillion, Radec is finding a way to ascend Scholar Visari.
Enemies: Every good aligned member of the House of Family, all child members of the pantheon Bryan Mills, Terra Branford, The Super Sentai, Abare Killer, Tommy Oliver, Rena Ryuguu, Shion Sonozaki, The Elric Brothers
He was once but a mere member of the Demonic Legion, but has now risen. His Dangerously Genre Savvy attitude combined with his cheery attitude and tendency to backstab anything if he sees it fit (hey, gotta sacrifice something to get another) makes him a feared foe to many. And unlike Ocelot who's doing it for Big Boss, Basco pretty much does things for himself
He did kind of miss that Marve-chan isn't around (stuck in Toku Base) for him to fool around, but he settles that he'll find another victim to toy around.
With his acension comes the 5th member of Terumi's band of trolls, which now calls itself "Evulz Sentai Trollkaiger". His designation is "Trollkai Red". The fact that he's not the leader despite his color is infact an act of trolling directed at The Super Sentai.
He doesn't know that its also trolling him as well, which the more veteran members of the team snicker about behind his back.
Ascended for having taken over a lot of mooks during his battle against Commander Shepard. Was quite shocked when he found out that he was already residing in the Pantheon before him.
A lot of those who were already serving other Gods are utterly wary of his presence as he could-ASSUMING DIRECT CONTROL.
He recently had problems with controlling GUAE mecha grunts every time Elzam is around, since he could out-Trombe! anyone from his Demonic Possession. Nonetheless, he's willing to work with Perfectio in bringing destruction to their adversaries... as long as Harbinger does not subject him to indoctrination.
Was called to the pantheon by Chaos to serve the GUAE. Considering his heart's weakness and ability to be summoned a sign of his unworthiness of redemption, Golbez has pledged himself to the forces of evil again, but hopes their efforts will fail. In his heart he wishes to be a force for good, but considers himself unworthy of standing alongside the more noble and selfless heroes.
Is rumored to be working with Kain Highwind to undermine Melkor's position. Kain has spoken in hushed tones of Golbez considering their past together, if he's being secretive or just prefers not to talk about it is unknown for now.
Pointedly bans his brother Cecil from visiting him more than once a week, as when he first arrived Cecil heard about his servitude to evil and tried to convince his brother to cast off his past and return to the light. Golbez got annoyed with Cecil after the seventh visit in two days and zapped him with a Cosmic Ray as a hint to let him deal with these matters on his own.
Though not the best of friends, he and Darth Vader have come to an understanding with each other. Vader respects Golbez's admirable efforts to emulate him, and they share a mutual sympathy for the other's struggles with their pasts and their families. However, Vader has warned that if Golbez has not chosen a definitive side when Melkor's forces march, he will choose for him. Golbez has not been reached to discover his response.
Ascended to the pantheon when his series concluded with record high ratings and critical praise, securing his legacy in television history. Since ascending Walt has strangely begun to amass large piles of cash around his seat and bags of blue crystal meth have been sighted in the hands of departing visitors, making some wonder if Walt is up to his old schemes again.
While his genius and piles of cash are of value to anyone wishing to make an ally of him, and he has no supernatural powers unlike so much of the pantheon, Walt has a history of turning even the most powerful allies into corpses and securing their power for himself. Thus, many are hesitant to trust him, and those that do keep an eye on him at all times.
Walt has been seen discretely leaving David Xanatos' chambers on occasion. When the two are questioned, Walt has feigned ignorance and Xanatos has said he just wants to get to know a fellow schemer he hasn't met before. If they're sizing each up as enemies or if they're concocting some sort of plan together, no one knows.
While his family is still back on earth and has disowned him, Walt still tolerates no danger to them. Anyone who threatens them, regardless of power levels or alignment, will make a permanent enemy of him and he will use all in his power to destroy them.
The Ginyu force originally had eight members in their squad, however, three of them were cut due to not being powerful enough and having bad choreography when it came to practicing the Ginyu Forces signature pose. The three members that were cut would later form their own mercenary platoon under Freiza’s brother, Cooler.
The Ginyu Force is still unimpressed with the three of them in terms of their choreography and timing. They also think their pose is amateurish and unrefined.
2013 has left Jeice in a very bitter mood as his beloved Space Broncos failed to qualify for the finals of Space NRL season finals for the first time since 2010 and Space Australia were beaten by Space British and Irish Lions in the 2013 Space British and Irish Lions Tour to Space Australia.
Vegeta once took the role of captain of the Ginyu Force and as soon as he was in charge he renamed it, The Vegeta Force.
Vegeta’s initial impression of the Ginyu Force were less than impressive when he was in charge. He thought the fighting poses were pathetic and thought that the current members of the Ginyu Force were losers for having poses. Recoome had requested that Vegeta gives comment on how they can improve their pose to please Vegeta… Vegeta declined to comment.
When confronted by Vegeta on a separate occasion on Namek, Vegeta claimed that the Ginyu Forces was now disbanded and invited Captain Ginyu to "The Vegeta Special Forces" instead. Ginyu considered it, but rejected the invitation, thinking that Vegeta will have a better pose than him. Vegeta was pissed with Ginyu’s response and told Ginyu that he was a pathetic fool for that decision.
When the Ginyu Force were re-united in Hell, Captain Ginyu made an order to his men to find and torture any dead being who resembled a frog, the rest of the Ginyu Force were confused as to why they were given the order and have asked Ginyu as to why they were given such a specific task… he refuses to answer the question to this day.
Having seen Recoome’s performance against Vegeta, Vince Mcmahon has entered talks with Recoome into signing a ten year deal with WWE. However, negotiations have hit a road block in light of Recoome’s supposedly outrageous wage demands. The deal is still pending.
Ginyu Force rules! Ginyu Force rules!!TOUKUSENTAI!!!
Whenever Captain Ginyu has been questioned by Recoome if the body he has is his original one, Ginyu’s response has always been the same: if Recoome can beat him Rock-Paper-Scissors he’ll tell him the truth, if Recoome loses, he has to buy space sodas for the whole force… The Ginyu Force have enjoyed free space soda on behalf of Recoome for many years now.