Some deities ascend to the Pantheon through their sheer power and mastery in combat. After all, Gods are supposed to be powerful. Whenever there is war, or there is an invasion, these beings are called into action and lays down sheer ass-kicking to those who dare endanger the Pantheon. These are the beings whose combat abilities have reached godlike levels and thus take their seat amongst the Pantheon.
The realm of War is a varied landscape, alternating between city and forest and tunnel and ruin and arena. Basically, if you can fight in it, on it, under it, or around it, it will be there. Any sparring between the gods tends to take place here, with surroundings chosen by mutual agreement (though most aren't all that picky). Sparring between the gods also tends to take place at the nearby House of Combat.
The place is always being constantly destroyed and rebuilt. So far, the House of Commerce has made a huge fortune off contracts to repair the damage caused by the constant battles. Some have questioned what, precisely, this section of the Pantheon is beneficial to. The traditional response is "absolutely nothing". The longer response: "It makes for a good place for the gods to get their stress out by beating each other to a pulp while also exercising their minds to maintain order in the pantheon among the other gods.
As a note, The Grand United Alliance of Good and The Grand United Alliance of Evil only occasionally fight their battles in this house. After all, what's the point of an all encompassing war, if you only ever fight in the same place? Mind you Cosmos is the one who tries to keep the fights in here, but Melkor won't have any of it.
Oh, for the record... don't expect some kind of War Gods joining this house... however, two of them joined in this house.
Mars, Maiden of Battles
Allies: The Unconquered Sun, Luna, the other Maidens
Followers: The Sidereal Exalted, particularly the Chosen of Battles
It is the role of Mars to determine how all conflicts, great and small, will play out. Many in this House recognize her as their leader—as for the rest, she's obliged to knock a few heads about when she wants something done. Don't let the term "Maiden" fool you; she's more than up to the task.
One of the Duumvirate of War, alongside Kratos. They take turns taking charge based on the situation, with Mars covering Tactical and Defensive warfare. Do not mistake this for a harmonious relationship, however; Mars cordially despises Kratos, and would much prefer his style of warfare to have no divine backing at all. His recent actions have given her another opinion though.
Has inevitably clashed with that pretty boy Dante, both frequently destroying entire countries in a completely awesome way. They have both agreed to limit their conflicts to constant one-upmanship.
He won his title from Kratos Aurion. He enjoys the increase to HP and INT.
Has an extremely short temper and a really good memory for grudges. The Gods of Prophecy stay as far away from him as metaphysically possible, and for VERY good reason, he has a bad habit of screwing destiny.
One of the Duumvirate of War, alongside Mars. They take turns taking charge, with Kratos covering offensive war, and all forms of berserker and mindless rage-based combat. Don't assume this means they get along, though; Kratos hates Mars and everything she stands for, and would utterly destroy her given half a chance.
Despite his nature, Kratos is actually driven by the power of hope, which he ultimately spreads to the mortals.
Has once been defeated by the trio of Cole MacGrath, Nathan and Sackboy at sometime in the tournament. He seemed to have respect and hatred for the three now.
His hatred for Sackboy further increased when him and Nathan were beaten later on.
Once, he faced the hellspawn known as Spawn in a Death Battle to see which was the greater God Slayer. It ended with Spawn impaling Kratos through the head. Kratos has yet to have forgotten that defeat, and trains rigorously in the event Spawn joins the Pantheon. He also refuses to speak at ALL about it. When Dante mentioned it after the battle, Kratos immediately challenged him to a fight.
Due to the recent arrival of his father, Zeus, The House of Magic is constantly on the look-out for Kratos as The Council of Shadows does everything in their power to make sure that the God of War never finds out about his father's whereabouts. The last time he found out that Zeus had entered the grounds of Pantheon, the House of Magic was nearly destroyed by his Roaring Rampage of Revenge.
Their champion, Fred Rodgers refuses to condone their actions in prolonging these "glorified gladiator games". Wiz and Boomstick for their part just ignore him. After all, putting him in the rink to fight is pointless, since he is the Ultimate God of the Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny. Although, they sometimes put him in the ring to put down any rowdy gods post-battle.
Many consider their work in pitting Superman against Goku to be their crowning achievement so far.
Despite being low in power, their authority is unmistakable, and nobody argues with these guys when they go to drag a god into the ring.
They work closely with the House of Life and Death whenever they go to work. After all, they might love watching the gods go at each other, but it's no excuse to have real death in a place where Death Is Cheap.
Boomstick sometimes gets into trouble around the house. Link in particular isn't too happy he called him a fairy.
Wiz and Boomstick have the power to remove some sense of pacifism in the combatants in order to ensure a combatant's emotional and mental issues do not get in the way of the fight. Unfortunately, this has caused many battles to end with great collateral damage. The Pantheon was still trying to fix the damage caused by Metal Sonic by the time of Goku and Superman's battle, which made things even worse.
Because of this Kenshin is hoping that he is not called upon for any future Death Battles.
Recently, Boomstick has been looking around the Houses of Weaponsand Treasures to look weapons and such to add into a list of greatest weapons in video games.
When he isn't busy with the above or his deific labor, Boomstick occasionally patrols the House of Music under the premise of "hunting annoying tween popstars". He wants to make damn certain that a particular "musicalabomination" never gets inside.
However, he gains the respect of the other Justin, one who's named Timberlake.
Bowser has some hate for Wizard, who has once dissected one of his Goombas.
Currently in mourning after Cortana's death. Right now, he's looking for a place for her to ascend.
He and Homura Akemi are on friendly terms, not only because both are rattled veterans of a Forever War, but also because they can respect each other's ability to make a girl a promise and try their hardest to keep it. Also, Homura sympathizes with the Chief, mostly because his farewell with Cortana reminded her of her farewell with Madoka. "Never forget."
In general, he aligns himself with most of the Puellae Magi, seeing them as Transhuman child soldiers akin to himself. He's even willing to salute to Madoka and calls her "Ma'am". He's reluctant to implicate Kyubey, however; though he knows that he shouldn't compare the Incubator to Dr. Halsey, he still remembers what Osman did to her...
With the recent ascension of Warhead, he improved his title of Super Soldier in order to avoid a senseless rivalry. They are currently allied, through.
Joined Captain Walker's Alpha-Omega Force thanks to his sheer badassery and a long history against the Convenant.
Rivals: Master Chief, Jack Cayman (he covets his chainsaw arm)
Enemies: Khorne, Gig
Is in fact a 12.0 on a one to ten scale of badassery. He's dynamite, even...and cooking with gas!
The only guy bold enough to think he can take on both Khorne and Gig without the use of the BFG-9000. He'll let his uber-manly fists do the talking for him. Rip and tear!
He does have a little trouble following a conversation, remembering what allies are for, or keeping hold of a plot. The Doom Marine is most effective if you can drop him into the heart of enemy territory, point him at a foe, and say, "Kill them dead!"
Is concerned for our childrens' future due to all the radioactive waste, which he has fallen in. That can't be good.
Same thing goes for anyone who gives him de-caff when he's in the House of Food.
The Prayer Warriors, sent on a mission from Mary Suetopia, once entered his kingdom of Sparta and demanded that the people stopped worshipping Hercules and Zeus unless they wanted to be executed or enslaved. On their way, they decided to insult his queen. And as luck would have it, they just happend to be standing near a very large and deep well when Leonidas approached them. It took days untill the Prayer Warriors could remove the stench of dead Persians from their bodies once they found a way out of the pit.
The Spartan Way, according to him, is neither blasphemy nor madness. Tell him otherwise and you will end up with a dent in your ribcage shaped like his boot.
Her Ascension began after her eternal love, Percy Jackson, was ascended to the Pantheon, and did not wish to be without her. After some consideration, he approached the War Pantheon and briefly told of her tales. Not impressed, they laughed him out until he threatened to completely destroy the Pantheon's plumbing forever. This quickly gained her an audience.
After hearing of her exploits, including Batman Gambitting a giant humanoid spider into creating it's own prison and then suckering it into locking itself in, all the while on a broken leg and completely exhausted, the War pantheon quickly praised her deeds and welcomed her in.
She holds tremendous respect for the legendary Spartan stratagiest and King Leonidas, and is often seen walking the Pantheon's borders with him, discussing both defensive and offensive strategy. The King, meanwhile, considers Annabeth a daughter after his own heart, thus giving her two neigh-unkillable protectors.
When not in the War Pantheon, she can often be found spending time with Percy Jackson, her true love.
Shortly after Percy and Harry Potter became fire forged friends, Annabeth met Hermione Granger. Since then, Hermoine has been training Annabeth in the magic arts, and Annabeth has taught Hermoine battle strategy. Melkor has begun to fear this companionship.
She dyed her hair to brownonce (as seen in this picture), but later, it returned to her natural blonde... don't call her Dumb Blonde or she will quickly and efficiently prove you totally and completely wrong. While looking totally hot.
Allies: Any god of a good alignment who values courage and determination is his ally by default, but even moreso if they are Super Robot pilots. In specific, Noriko, Kamina, Viral, Simon, Ryoma and Musashi will always stand by his side. Aside of Super Robot pilots, one of his staunchest allies is Link.
He presides over an ultra-manly area of Valhalla, reserved mainly for killed-in-action Super Robot pilots, who in turn act as manly Valkyries for his brethren. This area was presumed to be the place where Guy used the Goldion Crusher at full strength.
Kamina always scheduled time to give a speech to the masses at his chambers about manliness, trust and general badassery when he first ascended, but after the second time the Pantheon got too crowded from the masses clamoring to hear him, so he began holding them elsewhere.
Simon the Digger was once Kamina's prophet and high priest, wandering the world and drilling through the impossible; he ascended as a lesser god in Kamina's service as the patron deity ofdrills. Simon has learned well from Kamina, and may well surpass his mentor . . . if he hasn't already.
Kamina is the only being to ever tolerate Leeroy Jenkins, because he does share his philosophy, "Reasoning should just be kicked to the curb!"
When the final battle of good and evil comes, Kamina has been pre-appointed by Cosmos to give a speech to get her warriors fired up and ready for the conflict. Reportedly, according to those who overhear him practicing, part of it goes "Don't believe in yourselves. Believe in the Tropers who believe in you!"
In addition to the usual, Kamina boasts he's the Trope Namer for Beyond the Impossible, and will show video footage of his battles with Simon to any who need explanation of what he was talking about.
Shares a strong friendship with the previous Unlosing Ranger Pirohiko Ichimonji, who is to Super Heroes as Kamina is to Super Robots. The two met briefly when Pirohiko had a near death experience via Car Accident. The two found that they both share the same life values and also a similar relationship to their younger successors.
Has taken interest in an Ace Pilot named Woolf Einnacle due to similarities in their roles, and the fact that he once quoted him.
He and Alexander the Great have complete mutual respect for one another. Alexander considers Kamina a true king, because of his ability to rally an army to conquer the surface, one that persisted and fulfilled its goal after his death. Likewise, Kamina can only stand in awe at the size of Alexander's Ionian Hetairoi, and hopes that he or Simon can eventually turn the entirety of Team Dai-Gurren into a similar Reality Marble. Also, given their similar boisterous personalities, they often like to drink together.
Elzam von Branstein and Rau Le Creuset were formerly his avatars, as both have ascended in their own right. (the former by overriding Char's theme music, the latter by becoming an intermediate god in this area of the Pantheon.)
His priests wear red robes and mieters with command antennae. This doesn't make them any faster, but bless them, they're trying.
Followers: Every Universal Century Gundam pilot (Recently added Banagher Links in response to Char's appointment of Full Frontal as High Priest).
The eternal and most worthy rival of Char Aznable. Whenever Char is there to stir trouble, Amuro will be there to oppose.
His Nu Gundam (and its successor Hi-Nu) is definitely not just for show.
He made it this way because he was slapped from a Wangsty wimp into a responsible man by Bright Noa. His line, "Not even my father hit me!" becomes legendary, though not in a way that is complimentary. Amuro doesn't seem to mind and humors himself with that line at times.
As a fellow 'White Devil' (and the originator of the title), Amuro is very close to Nanoha Takamachi and they kinda form a 'secondary duo' (aside of her legendary one with Fate), tales has it that Nanoha deals with small-sized threats, Amuro deals with big-sized ones.
Allies: All Gods who are in any way involved with Super Robots defer to him. Also, any Gods who represent ideals of hot-bloodedheroism earn his respect. His fellow Getter pilot Musashi, Guy Shishioh, Kamina and Noriko, in particular, are always there for him and him for them.
Followers: A great deal many, but he only respects those who live up to his very strict standards.
His place was supposedly reserved for Kouji Kabuto. However, after he was once reduced into the sidekick of Duke Fleed, Ryoma takes his place.
Any God who wants to earn Ryoma's respect must be manly, brave and determined. Ryoma does not suffer wishy-washy gods. Any God with an Evil alignment is a target to him.
Isn't quite sure what to think of ShijiIkari. On the one hand, the kid's practically King Wuss in day-to-day life. On the other hand, when push comes to shove, the little dude completelyflipshislid, which earns some of Ryoma's grudging respect. The question of where exactly Eva Unit-01 falls between Super Robot and GiganticHumanoid Abomination also causes some confusion.
Allies: Although the notion of "ally" is fleeting at best for such a wrathful being, anyone who does fight and kill for the sake of fighting and killing has the favor of Khorne. Alucard, Akuma, The Major, Kharn, Belkar, the World Eaters, the Warrios or Chaos, Thorkell... and many others.
Enemies: Potentially anyone, though Khorne reserves special hatred for Dirty Cowards, Actual Pacifists, and magic-users (i.e. anyone in the House of Magic). And don't even get him started on anyone from the House of Love, especially Slaanesh!
Battle cry: BLOOD FOR THE BLOOD GOD! SKULLS FOR THE SKULL THRONE! LET THE GALAXY BURN!!
High Warriors (Don't call them priests): Angron, Azariah Kyras, Kharn the Betrayer
Doesn't care when, where, why, and how. All Khorne cares about is whether the rest of the pantheon has met the minimum number of mortals killed, and he enforces that rule with sheer brute force... as well as his army of bloodthirsty, berserk Space Marines armed with chainsaws of almost every kind. Saw great potential in Omega and promoted him to god of Robotic Psychopaths.
Is quite interested in cooking, and likes to compare recipes with Mai Tokiha.
Has a strange feeling that she's known Chiyo-chichi for some time, but she can't quite put her finger on it...
Despite her outfit, is actually quite demure and shy. Most of the gods and goddesses were caught off-guard by this. Morrigan and Lilith in particular were befuddled as to "that new succubus-looking-girl's" behavior. Not that this dissuaded them from trying to get into her...umm... good graces, though.
Has quite easily made friends with most of the other non-Evil gods and goddesses, but especially dislikes I-No due to past altercations.
Sometimes her power sparks out of her control. Whenever it does, Sol always happens to be nearby and steps in to help her get it back under control. Anyone who questions him about this gets a non-committal grunt.
Lately, Dizzy has been rather shy and demure around Ky Kiske. The two tend to hang around each other and Ky seems to be quite protective of her. The fact that the two are an Official Couple might have a lot to do with this behaviour.
Having disintegrated the islands of Japan, is not very popular with the resident gods of Japanese origin. Upon hearing of this (and upon thinking of the possibilities with a certain section◊ of Justice's armor), Nina Einstein tried to curry favor with her, but Justice's more egalitarian brand of hatred put a stop to that right quick.
Despite her antagonism towards humanity, she gives anyone, human or not, who can put up a good fight against her a certain degree of respect. She finds Kenpachi Zaraki in particular most interesting.
For some reason, treats Dizzy semi-kindly. Dizzy finds this almost as perplexing as the strange sense of nostalgia she feels around Justice and Sol.
Drove into the House of war quietly in a red Mustang deciding to step out and let himself quickly get started with his abilities to twist the visions of the good aligned gods of the pantheon into thinking they are seeing their worst enemies and letting them attack each other while he often sits back and watches with a grin, often that grin turns into a frown when The Winchesters appear to investigate.
Often acts as though he is a harmless human victim, deceiving others into thinking that he is a regular person that somehow got caught up in the mayhem.
He was happy to find his brothers Death and Pestilence in the House of Life and Death, and through them found out about the Pantheon's Lucifer. While he thinks the guy is leagues above his universe's complete whiner, both in power and principal, he could care less about his views on humans, as he believes they are simple creatures that only need a little push to start slaughtering each other. Naoki and Raidou are two people that he utmost wants to prove his point that humans are easy to fool into murdering their brethren, though he avoids Yu Narukami ever since he saw right through War's illusions.
Laughs off others attempts to kill him when they discover his ruse, telling them: "C'mon, kids, you can't beat War", He is wary of The Winchesters, however, and even more so of Gods like the Demi-Fiend, Raidou or Flynn, who HAVE, indeed, destroyed his equivalent in the Fiends, the Red Rider.
Likes to hang around Khorne when he is not busy making others kill each other. Sees Khorne as an overexcited brother and a great helper in showing that humans only need little support from Khorne or himself to begin killing each other.
Likes to refer to most the Pantheon as "Kids" as he is the fourth oldest thing in his universe behind God, Death, and Pestilence.
Finds himself being friendly with Sundowner as he finds that this human was one of the best examples of his views on humanity and agrees with wanting people to give War a chance.
Also admires Millennium, owning a videotape of The Major's War Speech; he views the whole thing as a masterpiece of what War is actually about.
Likes to mock people that think eternal peace is possible. "Give them ten, hell five years and my beeper will go off and all that you idiots sacrificed is just buying time for others to think of new ways to fight each other and for the easiest excuses"
Also quick to laugh at people that try and make excuses for war when they claim good intentions.
Domains: City, Corruption, Knowledge, Pain, Retribution, Trickery
Followers: The Order Of Black Knights. ...Kinda. Kallen Kouzuki, daughter of Domon Kasshu, depending on how badly he's teased her, recently. UFN Chairwoman Kaguya, ruler of half the known world. Probably the reason why his public appearances are heralded by busty Japanese and Chinese girls throwing black rose petals in his path. His little sister, Nunnally, ruler of the OTHER half of the known world. Well, since his ascension, at least.
When not plotting ways to overthrow evil empires, Lelouch engages in the game of kings: chess. Few people who have played him have asked for a rematch. He is one of the few who could challenge Light Yagami-one of his greatest nemeses-without using any form of magic.
As of this day, Lelouch is taking care of the rebellion of HIS OWN PEOPLE against him. Some say his mortal brother Schneizel is behind this, but Lelouch already suspects Light to be behind Schneizel. Turns out it's Aizen and Palpatine.
He sees Isara Gunther as someone he'd like to protect, as she reminds him of his mortal sister Nunnally Lamperouge. However, Isara is very much abhorred with him. Upon investigation, Lelouch found out that when she was mortal, she was killed in cold blood by someone who acted and sounded like him: Emperor Maxmillian. This hardens Lelouch's ambition to topple him, alongside the God he worshipped: Palpatine.
There are cults dedicated to an older god who held this post, whose name has been lost, but whose epithets "The Prince of Revolution" and "The Steel General" remain; there are prophecies that he will return on his eight-legged horse of steel and diamond one day, to reclaim his position. Only fitting, considering the nature of the position.
May or may not have implanted commands into the minds of the Gods - or their followers - that he doesn't get along with. And maybe some that he pretends to get along with.
Actually every bit as dangerous without his mind control powers as with. May or may not secretly be a Kamen Rider knockoff, or have the power to summon Giant Mecha with his eyes. Or both.
"Freedom is the right of all sentient beings" (Optimus 1:1). Seeks universal unity ("Till all are one" (Optimus 3:31)
Not very happy about being in the House of War, but he won't disobey an order from Primus, and will never hesitate to fight against tyranny. Has been killed multiple times, but is so guaranteed to get better that he simply hangs out at a bar instead of waiting in the Afterlife.
Domains: Right behind a Rebel starfighter ensnared in its tractor beam. Or a renegade Imperial starfighter. Or any starfighter. Or anything else that's airborne for more than ten seconds
While the Death Star and Unicron are locked in their endless battle in the skies above the Pantheon's garden, the Imperial Missile Boat circles them, engines roaring, ensuring that no one disturbs them or, indeed, gets too close. Leaves only at the order of Thrawn and for those occasional mandatory tune-ups and refueling. When the Death Star and Unicron part, the Imperial Missile boat has spare time on its landing struts. Mostly, it spends that time carefully hiding who or what, if anything, sits in its cockpit.
Commands the Imperial Missile Boat, but has so far only had to call it down to take out an enemy once.
Currently dead. Or is he?Yeah, he is. Had a few clones set up, and now waits for the right time. Being dead and in the Pantheon isn't as big a deal as being dead in the rest of the galaxy.
There was a time when Grand Admiral Thrawn and Lord Haverlock Vetinari had never been seen at the same time. It passed.
In a House filled with hot-blooded maniacal melee fighters and epic One-Man Army-on-One-Man Army fights, he's very out of place. But real War, the kind with armies and fleets and a command structure and supply lines and prisoners, requires strategy, and no one does it better than Thrawn. It's rumored that his inclusion is a sop to realistic war, so that its proponents don't have this House relabeled "The House of Fighting".
Got pissed at Anavel Gato when he blatantly nuked three platoons of the 501st.
Never actually became a god, and so isn't technically fallen; though he showed great potential many eons ago (in video game time; i.e. about twelve years back), his church never quite caught on, and so he lies dormant. There are always rumors among his few followers that he may be waking up soon, but since he has been surpassed in most of the categories he was once so impressive in, it is unlikely.
CATS would like to remind the rest of the pantheon that they have no chance to survive and to make their time.
After all, all their centers of operation have become his property.
Used to be the God of Conquest... until he was hit by Alexander's Ionian Hetairoi, stripping his former title of Conquest and reduced his Godhood level. He still managed to take over one base to retain his place here.
Also used to be the God of Cyborgs, but that throne also got taken over by the aptly-named Cyborg (real name: Victor Stone). For that, he hates the phrase "BOOYAH!" and is swearing revenge by trying to set up Cyborg the bomb.
The 501st, Legion of The Gods and Gods of Mooks (Vader's Fist, the Five Hundred And First)
Music: Imperial Attack, The Stormtroopers, The Imperial March
After seeing the House of Defense resembling a pigsty for the 37th time in a month, Captain America sought a restructuring of the House. Several failed attempts later, Cap decided to seek an already formed and properly unified military force to occupy the mostly-empty House. Darth Vader, seeing a chance for advancement, offered his squadron. From there, the 501st became stationed in most areas of the Pantheon (Although only this House and the gates to the Disgraces have more than a Five-Man Band regularly stationed).
While Lord Vader possesses their utmost loyalty, they do defer to Master Dream, Mistress Haruhi, and the Captain himself, if only so their Lordship will never be among The Fallen or Disgraced (the Captain is a favorite, as he hates it when they die and doesn't really punish them outside of non-violent reprimands). Lately, they started training under the Taskmaster and taking orders from Grand Admiral Thrawn, and they've actually started doing very well.
Enemies: pretty much everyone who looks at her son the wrong way, especially Gendo Ikari. She is also, perhaps ironically, openly hostile against Kaworu Nagisa, particularly since the latter is one of Shinji's precious few allies from his planar origin. Kaworu has yet to remark on his opinion of yui.
Once he sets his sight on something... practically nothing can stop him. Damages? He regenerates at the face of them.
Was about to be titled 'God of Warmongers With Cockroach Tenacities', but since he no longer actively seeks war, his title is degraded. His record, however, remains, causing him to be constantly contacted by Jade Curtiss to help him on war.
Likes to spend good times chatting with Zaraki Kenpachi, or fighting each other (Kenpachi likes the idea fighting someone far bigger than his size and regenerates practically endlessly), while letting their Perky Female Minions play around.
At one point, he's struck with amnesia, acts silly and starts wooing the girls in the Love Pantheon. He fails horribly, until he's knocked on the head and regains his memories.
Has constantly told his follower Seiya that there are limits of being a Determinator, taking it too much can make a dislikable character. Unfortunately for him, Seiya also never gives up in being so stubborn, making things harder for him, but he never gives up in telling him. He does find Seiya's tenacity... useful at times.
He snarks near-constantly, even when he’s been blinded, but that isn’t fooling anyone; his raw power when he does get into a fight can be absolutely terrifying, especially when he’s good and pissed – his reputation in the GUAG Combat Division is hard-earned and well-deserved.
One of the Pantheon’s must trusted field commanders and strategists. Although his sarcasm and his aloof demeanor make some soldiers hesitant to approach him, those who are closest to him – especially Hawkeye – are well aware of his knack for bringing out the best in the troops under his command.
This seat had previously been held by Jade Curtiss, the Necromancer, who willingly handed the position to Mustang. Curtiss now sits in the House of Knowledge as the God of Creating Combat Clones. The two are on good terms.
After that business with Father and the Homunculi, Roy’s particularly wary of anything that smells like a scheme. He keeps close tabs on Thrawn, and he sure as hell keeps his eyes on Kimball Kinnison.
Mustang’s determination to right the wrongs he committed in Ishval, even knowing full well that doing so would see him imprisoned for war crimes, has earned him a great deal of respect from some of the other gods; even Martin Walker and the Tenth Doctor agree that Mustang has long since atoned for his sins, but there’s no telling him that.
True to his word, on the day he took his seat on the Pantheon, the order was passed down: all goddesses and female officers are henceforth required to wear... TINYMINISKIRTS!
The entire Kampfgruppe is confined to their zeppelin, the Deus Ex Machina. However, they have little problem in escaping, especially Schrodinger.
Despite having access to massive caches of wealth, they prefer to stick to WWII weaponry. They're classics, after all.
Each of the members has their own pastimes:
The Major is often sought by other Chaotic Evil deities, as his famed "I Love War" speech can inspire bloodlust in even the most pacifist of hearts. Is an avid music conoisseur, though he specializes in grandiose war songs. May be a bit of an otaku as well.
The Doctor just as often is invited to myriad Mad Scientist symposia, where he has gained some notoriety. Currently seeks to obtain more research specimens. Human-demonfusions, SPARTANs, robotics of all rank and file and EVAs rank high in his list of interest, though he is closely watched so isn't allowed to get his mitts on anything that could serve to improve his technologies. Is rumored to be as much an otaku as the Major.
The Captain rarely leaves his post as the Major's bodyguard, but is quietly seeking someone strong enough to conclusively kill him. Given his sheer badassitude, his prospects look rather grim until either Alucard decides he's no fun anymore or until Seras Victoria ascends.
Rip wastes much of her salary in super-sugary merchandise. Other than that, she likes to hang around the House of Weapons, seeking challengers for marksmanship contests. Is often accused of cheating, though the accusers rarely last more than a few seconds before being killed by the same bullet. For some weird reason, she develops a relationship with Bullseye.
Zorin is a renowned Mind Rape technician, much to Johan Liebert's pleasure. Unlike her fellows, she has no funny traits. At all.
Schrodinger is making a bid for the throne of God of Teleportation to extend Millennium's hold. He's still waiting to see if any of the challengers can escape death itself.
The fact that both him and Hayate Ayasaki share the same voice is what bothers the latter so much.
Alhambra has been banned from all casinos hosted by Marge and Tsunade after he attended one of the largest and proceeded to effortlessly break the bank at every card game. Is currently seeking the title of God of Cards. Yugi Muto has vowed to defeat him, considering him an affront to card games.
Domains: Ant people, Plant Hybrids, Strength in Numbers, Nature
Followers: They don't have followers, but have a lot of leaders.
Upon ascencion, they've managed to infest every household. There are now billions of them all over the place. A few enterprising Gods and Goddess managed to put them to good use and get them to do gruntwork and menial tasks. Most others are merely annoyed.
Being so small and having very few survival skills, the Pikmin can easily be killed by alot of things. The most common way for Pikmin to die in the houses is to be stepped on by other gods and goddess. Great care must be taken when you are around Pikmin, or you'll be forced to listen to their plaintive death cries if you accidentally step on a few. Pikmin don't have graves.
Followers: Good luck finding them... most of them are still hiding after his last drills, Demonee-Ho.
Accended after he made an entire squad of demons make pushups untill they cried.
His main job in the Pantheon is to train mortals that wishes to join any of the military forces that makes up the Pantheons defensive force.
His obstacle course in the mortal world was not tough enough for the Pantheon, so he added some lava pits, crocodiles, laser beams, living thornbushes and bees!
A bunch of JackFrosts decided to apply to be trained by him. The sole Frost who managed to graduate did so with top honors, changed his name to Demonee-Ho, and joined the Counter-Demon Force. He credits Hartman for his success. And vocabulary.
The Commander continues to command countless battles across time and space. This supreme commander commands and conquers in total war often against total annihilation, from the dawn of war to beyond end-war, some say living only for the craft of war.
Despite skirmishing throughout the age of empires, the Commander is also a force of creation having guided civilizations, and fostered the raise of nations.
Despite having more command experience than everyone else on this page combined, the Commander's abilities varies greatly with very little constancy. Sometimes, the Commander can successfully hold against more than one third of the War Pantheon while the next day loses space battleships en masse to muggle spearmen.
The Commander has never actually been seen anywhere in the Pantheon, but receives and accepts missions from all Houses and Factions by way of Full Motion Video Cutscenes.
One day in the pantheon everyone was doing there own thing when some of them heard this weird noise, like a distant rumbling sound. Glancing around, they deduced it was coming from one the larger Gods. Most went back to what they were doing, others walked around the Pantheon trying to find out who or what was making the noise, when suddenly a hundred Baneblades roar out from nowhere, crushed the walls of the War house, and gunned down some of the 501st. How the hell can a hundred tanks sneak into the Pantheon unnoticed? Must have taken some kind of tactical geni-
As a result, Thrawn has laid down the gauntlet as to who is the best tactician among them. This battle is still ongoing, as evidenced by the variety of new craters visible daily across the Pantheon floor... and countless soldiers from the 501st and the Imperial Guard littering the landscape.
Nonetheless, he shares his rage with Thrawn over Anavel Gato, since the latter also nuked three battalions of the Imperial Guard under his command.
Still has a standing debt with Kaurava's Governor-General Vance Motherfucking Stubbs. (He wants his Baneblades back.)
Ozma Lee: "So the Galactic Fairy has become the Goddess of Battle?"
Really, do we need any other justification?
Her official artwork from the second movie by itself makes it clear she's a War Goddess, wearing a shredded military uniform against a battlefield covered in fire and planting a flag of victory into the ground.
Was tempted to stay in the mortal realms after being offered Godhood after the success of Home Alone 2: Lost In New York; then was persuaded to reconsider when his avatar Mcauly Culkin saw the script for Home Alone 3'', and wisely accepted the offer.
Has achieved infamy throughout the Pantheons for his supernatural ability to turn the most benign everyday household items into sadistic deathtraps of torture with the most minimum of preparation time. This has been the painful downfall of many an evil deity that tried to assail the House of War.
He has an interesting friendship with Angus Mc Guyver: when not playing games of table-hockey with him, the old Phoenix Foundation Agent tutors the boy on how to refine his mechanisms while simultaneously trying to convince him not to be so cruel with them.
He also has a friendly rivalry with Jackie Chan and Kirika Yumura, and have an ongoing competition in the ruins littered throughout the house of defeating each other with whatever items happen to be lying around the area. So far the battles have all been fought to a draw, for although Yuumura and Chan are equally as adaptable, the ingenuity of Kevin's well-prepared traps are more than a match for his older rivals.
Vehemently denies that he taught the Jigsaw Killer his skills, insisting that he's just a friend who comes over to play Battleships with him; though one wonders when you witness his sadistic glee at the sufferings of the Wet Bandits who assailed his house...
Recently became friends with Homrua Akemi, and the skills he taught her allowed her to almost defeat the mighty Walpurgisnight by luring her into an football stadium laced with C4 Mines.
A duel deity with a dangerous nature: one moment she is a kind, tragic figure who sacrifices her own peace for this of others. One moment later, she can be a cold murder machine who doesn't care who she kills as long as they scream nicely.
Enters the Pantheon by trampling the former God of Conquest, CATS, with his Gordius Wheel. When CATS retaliated, he instead used the Ionian Hetairoi on his whole fleet, decimating him and lowered his level. Alexander has stated that CATS was just the beginning, the whole Pantheon is next!
He possibly amassed the strongest army in the Pantheon, nameless they may be.
Admiral Thrawn has expressed a sense of fear upon hearing CATS' defeat in Alexander's hands. General Creed, surprisingly, doesn't feel all too worried... yet...
The commander sees Iskander as a challenge and entertainment, it is not known if he refers to aiding or opposing him.
After a group that consisted of a scientist, a doctor, and a computer wiz announced that Attila the Hun would defeat Alexander in a battle based on extensive research and the results in their battle simulator, Alexander waits for the day Attila ascends so that he can do battle with him, hoping that he lives up to what the analysts have said.
Although he respects Keima Katsuragi for being a similarly brilliant tactician in his own right, he denied him of using the "God of Conquest" title.
He has complete mutual respect for Kamina for his ability to rally an army to conquer the surface like a king of his caliber, one that persisted and fulfilled its goal even after his death. Likewise, Kamina can only stand in awe at the size of Alexander's Ionian Hetairoi, and hopes that he or Simon can eventually turn Team Dai-Gurren into a similar Reality Marble. Also, given their similar boisterous personalities, they often like to drink together.
He and Shao Kahn are rivals, due to the fact that they both believe there cannot be two conquerors of the Pantheon. Both faced each other in a battle to settle the dispute, but all anyone knows is that it ended with Shao Kahn facing the full might of the Ionian Hetairoi alone. Neither will comment on who won the battle.
Embodies the will of every clone unjustly made and cast aside for science or otherwise. There are some who feel enough attached to humanity to oppose him, but compared to the sheer breadth of those that feel that Humans Are Bastards, these ones are in the minority.
His nearly successful plan for killing off humanity without using any sort of special powers or even being the one with the finger on the trigger has earned him the respect of several other deities that have similar aims. It takes skill to convince the human race to essentially self destruct at a moment's notice, yet still believe they're focused on self preservation.
Char Aznable respects his piloting skills and understanding of human nature despite him being a lesser incarnation of him. He still believes that instead of complete destruction, Rau should be focusing on partial destruction with the survivors evolving into a better form of life.
Lelouch finds his destructivenihilism repulsive, yet at the same time admits that he has sympathy for the man's past, having himself been crushed under the weight of a Social Darwinism system.
Unconfirmed sources point to his involvement in the starting and escalating in several global, intergalactic, and even celestial wars that claimed untold amounts of human lives. None have been able to successfully prove anything though.
The House of Leadership has been double checking their subordinates to make sure none have been manipulated by him.
Is best friends with the God of Misanthropy, Shinobu Sensui. They often spend time plotting to destroy Humanity together.
Enraged at the God of Combat Clones, Jade Curtiss due to his work in introducing cloning in his home world. The unfortunate clones created due to this were used exactly as Rau had forewarned that they would be, as expendable tools on the field of battle, without identity, will, or hope.
Currently manipulating Ali Al-Saachez so that he might use the man's lust for battle to wipe out as many humans as possible. Saachez is aware of this string pulling, but as Rau constantly provides him with both targets and weapons to indulge his favorite pastime, he has no issue with him.
His first order of business in becoming a god of war is to try to get out of it. Try as he might, he only succeeds in drawing more attention to himself. He often gets into fights with the members of the gods of war by trying to make them stop making war.
Sharing the same disgust towards war with Martin Walker. Setsuna considers him a kindred spirit and they often team up to stop his Arch-NemesisAli Al-Saachez. Though he appreciates Walker's presence, he'll never admit about treating Walker as a new father figure (at least, not in public).
Accended to the Pantheon after assisting Arnold, Sylvester Stalone, Chuck Norris and Sam Jackson in a battle against the GUAE by hangliding from the top of a mountain with a giant dragon (that he killed with nothing but a stone axe and some wodden arrows) wile firing with a massive man-sized machinegun with 12 bulletholes against soldiers from the GUAE as the ground behind him was exploding with the force of a hundred burning napalms before finally dropkicking Red Skull (who was leading some Nazi forces for that battle) while letting out his famous shout that could be heard through the entire world, driving back the Nazi troops of the GUAE! All of this as the Yor theme song was playing!
SanadaYukimura, God of FearlessSoldiers (Sanada Nobushige, Sanada Genjirou Yukimura, Japan's No 1 Soldier, The Tiger of Kai's Young Cub, The Red Tiger, Spear of Divine Rule, Scorpio)
Rose to Godhood once it is said that even his corpse holds off the line of many enemy soldiers, allowing his Lord Cao Cao escape. To this day, even in the Pantheon, if Dian Wei ever gets assigned to guard something, nobody gets past it.
Despite her reluctance to become part of the dysfunctional pantheon, the day she created a barrier around a 35 story building, the gods promptly ordered Reed to take his wife up to the pantheon, as no other candidate could possibly count for such a powerful barrier warrior.
Unlike her husband, is a little more flexible in believing in magic.
Due to her ascension, she had to take her kids Franklin and Valeria with her, leaving them often with the other gods when Daycare is necessary. While she'd love to see her brother Johnny and her friend Ben to ascend in some way, the jury's still out on them.
The Civil War thing was a rocky bit in her relationship with Reed, but thanks to some time off, and a few more supervillians, they're better now.
Rose to godhood due to going home and reaching spiritual enlightenment. The Gods chose him to represent humanity, weighing the ethical ramifications of their decisions. They granted him a position as a leader of an elite force of operatives, despite his protesting against leading anything, so that the harsh lessons he learned in Dubai could be put to use.
Outside of leading the elite force, Walker doesn't have much to do with the other gods, finding many of them either too alien for his sensibilities or disturbingly familiar. However, Yahtzee genuinely likes him and praises his personal philosophy, though you'd have one heck of a time getting him to actually say so.
Walker reserves special contempt for Wiz and Boomstick, and finds the death battles an immature glorification of war. His dislike of Ali al-Saachez, who views war as a playground to murder for fun, is even greater - claiming that even pre-enlightenment, he wasn't that deluded. Thus he is fond of Setsuna F. Seiei, teaming up to stop Ali and even attempting to become a father figure for Setsuna, one of his means of atoning for his crimes.
Walker chose Captain America for the elite force due to his strong moral compass and experience in battle. Cloud Strife was the final member chosen for the elite force due his skill and relatablity to Walker. When Captain America questioned Walker about three quarters of the elite force having very serious emotional issues, Walker replied "That's why you're here."
He's been known to lecture his people about "the line" that should not be crossed by individuals for any reason, no matter how good you think that reason is, and claims that his own restraint in turning back from the line led to his spiritual enlightenment. (He refuses to publicly discuss the specifics.) For this reason, Walker despises Griffith, the one who represents crossing the line with glee.
Has found a kindred spirit in Raiden, especially with regards to their shared moments of desperation and insanity.
Is friends with newcomer with Kiritsugu Emiya, due to having the similar views on war - though he is a little shocked by the latter's extreme pragmatism.
Has been seen sharing several moments with Sayaka Miki, thanks to both being forced to have their views about justice and heroism uprooted which drove them both to terrible breakdowns. He is thus...not fond of Kyubey, but admires Madoka for remaining uncorrupted by selfishness in her heroism and her role in easing the burden of her soldiers. Even if he does find the concept of cute pubescent girl soldiers weird.
Is often on the receiving end of various Paragon Interrupts by Commander Shepard, one of his friends. Walker is always grateful for Shepard's company and agrees that were he in Shepard's place - fighting aliens, irredeemable men like Cerberus, and the Reapers - instead of getting into the whole Dubai incident, he'd have spared himself a lot of suffering and be a less damaged person overall (in spite of Shepard dying that one time. The irony is not lost of either of them). But Walker has no intention of rewriting the past. He respects Shepard for still fighting for the right reasons and considers the lessons he himself learned too valuable to erase. "I do hope Konrad was like Shepard once upon a time, but I also hope that Shepard never ends up Konrad did. I don't think that'll happen. He/She is a great friend."
He possesses the divine gift of stripping away personal delusions and denial to reveal the way things really are. It is not an easy, painless or pleasant experience - frequently the sudden loss of self-aggrandising, self-justifying illusions leaves the subject horror-struck and profoundly shaken (somewhat like being knurd). However, if things have gone far enough for Walker to resort to his gift, the subject and everyone around them is probably better off.
Ascended to the Pantheon for discovering a way how to end a war that has raged for millenia that would eventually end humanity by creating a duplicate world where the Denizens can live without having to consume humans to survive.
Being an Anthropomorphic Personification of ending long-running wars, he found enmity with many evil Gods who promoted the warmongering and bringing forth the Apocalypse, such as Yuuki Terumi, Darkseid, Johann Schmidt, and The Millennium.
Seeing his actions and goals, The God-Emperor of Mankind is impressed by this newcommer, as his Crimson Denizens fought the good fight much like his followers
He and Madoka Kaname are known to be friends due to their goals rectifying the very laws of physics. Because of this Madoka doesn't want to fight him; not to mention she finds the stories of his world interesting.
Rumors say that his favorite catchphrase is "How well have you matured!".
Even more so with Tzeentch. The fact that Yuji and the Crimson Denizens inputed the rule the Flame Hazes created that completely prohibits the Crimson Denizens from consuming humans as part of the creation of Xanadu, as well as bringing forth peace between the Crimson Denizens and Flame Hazes as a result of Xanadu's creation and his ascension is testsment to that.
Finding out that Tzeentch was the one responsible for the Flame Hazes and Crimson Denizens fighting against each other because of him manipulating the Flame Hazes by telling them that the Great Binding Chain was an act that the Snake of the Festival made in order to fuel his interests in destroying them all in one shot has left... an impression on him.
His act of cancelling the impending Apocalypse from occuring was what likely inspired Guillermo Del Toro to create Pacific Rim, since both Yuji's and the protagonists of the protagonists of the film's goals involve cancelling the Apocalypse. The end result is that he unintentionally brought Raleigh Becket and Mako Mori into the Pantheon.
He's currently atoning at Xanadu by teaching the Denizens how to co-exist peacefully with the humans, which led to his spiritual enlightenment.
Has found a kindred spirit in Raiden and Captain Martin Walker, especially with regards to their shared moments of desperation and insanity.
Is friends with Kiritsugu Emiya and Setsuna F. Seiei, due to having the similar views on war.
Also has a spot in the House of Prophecy and recently ascended to the Main House.
Recently, he severed ties with Homura Akemi, however, after witnessing the "Great Upheaval" and hearing the following news about it. After hearing that Kyubey was responsible for bringing back the Witch system, he has declared him his biggest enemy, moreso than Tzeentch.
Flies an F-22 Raptor, painted in a light metallic blue and marked with his signature Moebius strip insignia.
Already known as a badass combat pilot in his own time, he cemented his status by being judged as equivalent to an entire air squadron, then sent out solo to defeat The Remnant... and exceeding expectations even then.
Whenever there's an army locked in a hopeless struggle, there's a chance he or one of his followers will appear in the skies overhead and singlehandedly turn the tide of battle with a few well-placed bombs or missiles.
Notoriously tight-lipped. He prefers to let his deeds speak for themselves.
No one has ever seen his face, or indeed seen him at all outside the cockpit of his personal fighter. Unsubstantiated rumors place him in the cockpit of the Imperial Missile Boat, but if he is, no one's saying anything (least of all himself).
A former follower of Char Aznable, he ascended to this part of the pantheon upon hijacking the GP02A Physalis that was kept under maximum security within the confines of the GUAG Robot War Division. A lot of the deities there are still scratching their heads as to how he managed to infiltrate AND escape the base with the suit, without being detected.
Admiral Thrawn and Lord Castellan Creed are particularly pissed at him when he abruptly interrupted one of their skirmishes in the War Pantheon; some deities who were present in the incident heard a loud cry of "PANTHEON! I! HAVE! RETURNED!!!" from within the halls, followed by a very large nuclear explosion, and later the sight of charred remains from three whole battalions each of both the 501st and the Imperial Guard.
Walking the path of glory by himself, Motonari's body count of both sides, enemies or allies alike with his plans granted him a place in the Pantheon, challenging many about the arts of 'treating your soldiers like disposable pawns', something that he mastered and reaching legendary levels. However, so far none has ever reached the level of style and efficiency Motonari had. It's the reason why he ascended as well: He may treat his soldiers like dirt, but his genius makes up for it with high efficiency.
He surpassed Doug Neidermeyer, the Trope Namer himself, when he just deflected the attempt to be shot by his soldier, and proceeds to publicly execute said backstabber for insolence, then bring victory for his side with his genius. It's also why he's in the Pantheon, not the Disgraces (Neidermeyer would get there instead). For that, he also made Neidermeyer kiss his feet and swear loyalty to him. Oh, and he stomps on his head afterwards.
He can't stand those who are Too Dumb to Fool. They are more likely to serve as his Spanner in the Works. Aside of Yukimura, there's also that dumbass cat Taokaka. Facing those two, Motonari would usually revert into the strategy Attack! Attack! Attack! as much as he usually dislike such thing. He will very likely flee on the fly if Itachi Uchiha (Who, unlike Yukimura and Tao, isn't Too Dumb to Fool,) enters the fray, putting the latter on the top of his Spanner list
Has a dislike to Gods that are pirates. It kind of reminded him with that pink-coated pirate buffoon from Shikoku.
Now that Motochika ascended... a fierce battle between the two is coming.
Has earned the eternal enmity of Nozomi Yumehara (Cure Dream) due to constantly tossing his soldiers into deaths and treating them like garbage everyday. Motonari just treats her like a noisy little girl that can't even comprehend his genius.
He also has a keen dislike towards the House of Faith. Merely standing on the gate of the houses kept reminding him the day he used to 'get converted into Xavism' and calling himself 'Sunday Mori'. And it was like brain cancer to him.
There is a rumor floating about that he also evades the House of Faith because prolonged exposure to such an environment could cause him to regress into that former persona.
With the recent ascension of Voodoo, his old school rival in the times when they're Deities outside of the Pantheon, Warhead is ready to challenge him in a warfare vs. magic battle.
However, he's recently thrilled by seeing Cy-5, the God who has a serious business to attend.
Fellow Super Soldier, Master Chief, improved his title in order to avoid a senseless rivalry. While he's a literal Super Soldier, Master Chief has a bigger influence in this House. Since then, they are working as allies.