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Pramanthan Pantheon

Also known as the "New Orosian Pantheon". Following the Twilight of the Orosian Gods, the New Orosian Pantheon has formed in its wake to take its place, made up of survivors of the old Orosian Pantheon and a new generation of younger Gods. While relatively new, they made up for it with being much more benevolent than their predecessors. This group got its name from their leading god, Pramanthus.
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    Bellamos, the Divine Strategos 

Divine Classification: Ethereal

Portfolio: War, Strategy, Soldiery

Rank: Divine (Tier III/Intermediate)

"To ask why we fight is a pointless exercise: Quite simply, it is in our nature. Better to ask: what is truly worth fighting for?"

  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Embodies War, Strategy, and Soldiery.
  • Blood Knight: Defied. Despite being a War god whose very nature is empowered by conflict in general, he takes no pleasure in fighting, and treats it only as a duty and necessity. This stems from his birth and previous experiences with wars, which were often started by petty, arrogant gods who either wanted to one-up their rivals and/or stroke their own egos, leading to unnecessary destruction and death.
  • Curb-Stomp Battle: He once sent Terraton, a divine Gigantes and a fellow War god, crashing into a mountain shortly after their fight began. This led to Terraton giving his grudging respects, due to having greatly underestimated his younger peer.
  • Due to the Dead: Despite hating Ematha and Machis's pettiness and arrogance, and even let them die at the hands of their mortal subjects as punishment for their actions, he still honors their memory by carrying their favored weapons - for Ematha, he uses her legendary impenetrable shield, Protasia, to protect the innocent from the fallout of war, while for Machis, he uses his dreaded sword, Kratos, only for those who are genuinely evil and dangerous.
  • A Form You Are Comfortable With: Subverted; while he does appear as a tall and powerful bronze-colored pegasus stallion as his default form, he has appeared as other races in the Tauren regions such as Minotaurs and Griffons, showing off his impartiality as a benevolent War god.
  • Happily Adopted: Double-subverted. Machis and Ematha were terrible parental figures and would always chastise him for either not living up to their standards, or preferring one over the other. Hearth was far more loving than both of them, resulting in Bellamos seeing her as his parent more than the people who originally adopted him.
  • In Your Nature to Destroy Yourselves: As implied by his folder quote, he believes that fighting is in sapientkind's nature, and to ask why they fight would be a pointless exercise. Instead, he encourages people to ask, "What is truly worth fighting for?"
  • Kill It Through Its Stomach: After he and his worshipers were Swallowed Whole by Khakiston, Bellamos cut himself out through the Tyrannos god's stomach with his sword, Kratos. Unfortunately for him and everyone else he also rescued, it's subverted as Khakiston survived the experience.
  • Luckily, My Shield Will Protect Me: Despite his personal feelings towards Ematha, he still carries her legendary divine shield, Protasia, to honor her memory. Protasia is well-known for its impenetrable defense, which is rather appropriate for a benevolent War god who wants to defend the innocent and defuse conflicts as quickly as possible.
  • Murder by Inaction: When the "Twilight of the Orosian Gods" happened, he simply let Machis and Ematha die, rightfully believing that his "parents" and the other gods have brought the tragedy upon themselves with their petty, cruel actions. After everything Machis, Ematha, and their siblings/peers had done, it's not hard to blame him.
  • Swallowed Whole: He, along with a good chunk of his mortal worshipers, were devoured by Khakiston, the Tyrannos god of Amoral Warriors, in hopes that he'll get a divine power boost. However, Bellamos got out by using his sword Kratos to cut through Khakiston's stomach, freeing himself and his worshipers, along with various heroes/champions and cities that were devoured in the past.
  • Underestimating Badassery: He's often looked down by belligerent War deities for being, in their eyes, excessively soft and pacifistic. Since he's going against his nature as a War deity and worries over mortal casualties, he must be weak. Terraton made that mistake once, and paid the price.
  • Virtue Is Weakness: This trope is why he's often looked down by many War deities, especially those with more belligerent and hostile temperaments. They see him as excessively pacifistic, soft, and weak, since in their eyes, he's going against his very nature as a War deity and constantly worries over trivial things like mortal casualties. On the other hand, Bellamos firmly believes that avoiding unnecessary death and conflict is a strength, and his benevolence has earned him the admiration and respect of those like him, such as Válka, the Draconequus War god from the Bogolenya pantheon.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: At first, he wanted to please his official adoptive parents, Machis and Ematha, because they were the closest thing he had to "family" at the time. However, both of them were so petty and self-absorbed in their rivalry that they would constantly criticize his actions, either for supporting the other or not fitting their standards. Eventually, Bellamos grew so disillusioned with them, especially after learning that he was born because of the wars caused by his parents' petty rivalry, that he disowned them and let them die during the "Twilight of the Orosian Gods", instead helping those mortals who were caught up in the event and siding with Hearth, who genuinely had been like a mother to him.

  • Top God: Took over the deceased Ouratheros's position as leader of the Orosian/Pramanthan pantheon after most of the old Orosian gods were wiped out


Portfolio: Houses, Home, Family

Hearth was a member of the old Orosian pantheon, whose gods and goddesses were her siblings. However, she was unique in that she completely lacked their terrible behaviors, which played an important role in the upbringing of Bellamos, a new war god. Because Machis and Ematha, Bellamos's adoptive parents, were too busy skirting their responsibilities and occupying themselves with petty squabbles, Bellamos ended up hanging around Hearth more, who instilled in him the morals,

  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Embodies Houses, Home, and Family.
  • Expy: Of Hestia, a Greek goddess who shared a similar portfolio with her, and had the same kind, motherly personality.
  • Good Parents: For Bellamos, her surrogate son. She looked after him while Machis and Ematha occupied themselves with petty bickering, instilling in him the morals, compassion, and responsibility that her siblings lacked. Despite what Machis and Ematha's worshipers say, it was Hearth who gave Bellamos the spark necessary to achieve godhood. Appropriately, one of her divine domains is Family.
  • Karmic Jackpot: Because she was a good mother figure for Bellamos and the only Orosian deity that didn't act like a jackass in general, Hearth (somehow) ended up surviving the "Twilight of the Orosian Gods" that killed off most of her siblings, and became a member of the new Orosian pantheon.
  • Parental Substitute: For Bellamos, who didn't have any biological parents to speak of due to his unique birth, and his official adoptive parents, Ematha and Machis, were too self-absorbed and petty to provide him the love and support he wanted. Because she was a good parent, Bellamos saw her as his "true" family.



Portfolio: Messengers, Fools



Divine Classification: Ethereal

Portfolio: Screaming, Battle Cries, Strength

Rank: Divine (Tier IV/Greater)


  • Affectionate Parody: He's one to the Kiai and Screaming Warrior tropes that are both prevalent in anime, as he powers himself up by screaming for lengthy periods of time. But His power-ups are only temporary, and his screams also annoy people.
  • Anthropomorphic Personification: Embodies Screaming, Battle Cries, and Strength.
  • Birds of a Feather: It's noted in Fanged Paw's entry that Clamos befriended the demigod Alicorn Prince over each other's sheer loudness. This got Fanged Paw's brothers worried for the day when he'll get into a shouting match with either Clamos, the mortal hero Prince/King Vultus IV, or both of them.
  • Groin Attack: He was once subjected to this by Eephus, who tried kicking him, but he was so tough and manly that Eephus ended up injuring his own foot. As one deviantART commentator hilariously put it:
  • Overly Long Scream: He's a walking Affectionate Parody of the 'screaming while powering up' thing in anime. The longer he screams the stronger he gets when he stops. In preparation for the resurrection of Orochi, he screamed nonstop, uninterrupted for the entire Orochi Crisis to power up for the Final Battle.
  • Required Secondary Powers: Like Fanged Paw, his throat, mouth, and lungs are supremely though and enduring, and he may or may not need to actually breathe... though he's not too sure on the last part. However, this didn't stop him from suffering a minor sore throat and forgetting how to speak normally for a few weeks after fighting the Eighth Demon King, Orochi's demonic "spawn", during the "Orochi Crisis".


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