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    Millenniumon & Diaboromon 
Millenniumon and Diaboromon, Embodiments of the Y2K Virus (MoonMillenniumon, ZeedMillenniumon) (Diablomon, Kuramon, Tsumemon, Keramon, Chrysalimon, Infermon, Armagemon)
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Millenniumon
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Diablomon
  • Overdeity (Millenniumon), Greater God (Diaboromon, but Overdeity as Armagemon)
  • Symbol: The two heads of ZeedMillenniumon; Diaboromon's head with the word "Hello" repeating in the background over and over again
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Gender: Non-Binary
  • Portfolio: Personifications of the Year 2000 problem
  • Domains: Viruses, Abominations, Destruction, Madness, Power
  • Allies: Omega, Ultron, Love Machine, Enter, the White, Majin Buu, The Seer
  • Enemies: Most other Digimon deities the Go-Busters, Lan Hikari and Megaman.EXE, Arceus, Flynn, good and neutral members of the House of Technology, EVERY Digidestined
  • Probably the most frighteningly destructive Digimon ever conceived, Millenniumon was born as something of a last hurrah by Dark Master Mugendramon after being defeated by the eight first Digidestined and fusing with a Chimeramon (possibly the same one defeated by Magnamon three years later through some space-time continuum defying shenanigans). It's responsible for many events affecting the Digi-multiverse, such as starting Ken Ichijoji on the path of darkness using its Dark Spores and stranding Ryo Akiyama (its archnemesis) in the Tamers universe. Despite being so overreaching, it seems to have no real desire beyond complete chaos and destruction, which combined with its overwhelming power, makes it an extremely dangerous threat to both the Digital and Real World.
    • The House of Technology, deciding that Millenniumon is too dangerous to be allowed to run around free, entreated its members to find a way to restrain Millenniumon. As a result, Millenniumon became trapped in an encrypted file of Radical Ed's making. After some time in that state, with Ed communicating with the monster out of curiosity and occasionally using it to unleash some controlled chaos, which caused them to develop a twisted sort of bond, she received a Digivice that pegged her as its Tamer. Millenniumon was disbelieving that anyone would dare to be its Tamer at first, but, perhaps as a result of Ed's personality, it has slowly become Yandere for her. This has made Diaboromon and its allies' attempts to free it particularly difficult.
      • Being bound to Ed doesn't preclude it from using more indirect methods to do evil though, such as spreading its Dark Spores.
  • Ironically, through Chimeramon, Millenniumon has the DNA of both the Agumon and Gabumon lines. It never misses a chance of taunting Omnimon about this fact and its possible hidden meanings, which predictably leaves the knight very incensed.
  • Sometimes Millenniumon likes to fake out those who'd challenge it by appearing in its Mugendramon or Chimeramon forms, only for, upon "defeat", causing the challenger to despair with the revelation that it's only begun.
  • Once upon a time, Millenniumon existed in the Pantheon as the Evil Counterpart of Arceus. Millenniumon now has a different position from then, but this hasn't changed the enmity between its destructive self and the Creator Pokemon. An all-out battle between the two would undoubtedly be quite the spectacle, but Arceus is glad that it can avoid going that far (thanks to Ed) because who knows what damage their clashing powers could cause to the Pantheon.
  • The White, ever the fans of Omnicidal Maniacs, are crossing their fingers that Millenniumon will someday be free and be back to its primal state of annihilating everything alongside Diaboromon, which they'd welcome with absolute joy. However, Flynn will never allow this, and has promised to beat down Millenniumon should he ever become untamed again. In the meantime, he has had to deal with Diaboromon messing with his COMP and setting loose all his demons, forcing him to battle them, for which he gave it a good thrashing. Radical Ed then installed a sort of anti-virus program (which is also anti-Millenniumon, to be safe) in the COMP to prevent that from ever happening again, and all COMPs will be required to have it.
  • While the Diaboromon line has served as enemies for the many Digidestined over the years, this one in particular, created by Millenniumon, would go on to become one of the most feared and dangerous of their foes. Twice it came close to destroying the physical world, first by targeting their city with nuclear missiles and later by Digivolving into its most powerful form, Armagemon. Even now, it still seeks the utter destruction of both the Digital and Real Worlds.
    • Unlike Millenniumon, Diaboromon escaped containment by the House of Technology (not that they're still not trying, but Diaboromon's very slippery) and still runs free.
  • Diaboromon assumes a servile position in relation to Millenniumon on account of its lesser power, but this works out just fine for the both of them since they have the exact same goals. It's to the point where the relationship might be a Villainous Friendship.
  • Sharing the ravenous hunger that its previous Digivolutions had, Diaboromon will devour every bit of data it sees, destroying countless programs and endangering any gods that share the same nature. He'll retreat after receiving enough damage, but once he heals up, he'll get right back to chowing down.
  • No matter how weak or powerful Diaboromon's enemies are, it will NEVER underestimate them and will do whatever it takes to bring them down. Are they in the middle of their power-up? Blast them while they can't move. Outnumbered? Spawn a million copies and attack from all sides. Are the humans remaining a nuisance? Launch a nuke right at them.
  • While usually confined to cyberspace, Diaboromon has tried to manifest within the physical realm in the past. His most notable attempt involved releasing millions of Kuramon into the physical world, gathering them all in one place to provide enough data to Digivolve into Armagemon, a six-legged abomination with more than enough power to bring about its namesake. Neither Omnimon nor Imperialdramon could stop the beast and it was only when the former gave his power to the latter, boosting him to Paladin Mode, that Diaboromon was finally slain in its realm for good. While such an attempt would not go unnoticed within the Pantheon, the Virus Digimon, if anything, is cunning and content to bide its time.
  • If Diaboromon does manage to have its form destroyed, Millenniumon will take the remaining data and reform it into a DigiEgg, reborn at the beginning of the line as a Kuramon. Millenniumon? There's no destroying Millenniumon. Thank Chronos for the Radical Ed containment measure.
    • When endangered in its Rookie form as Keramon, Diaboromon loves to trip up its attackers by completely skipping Champion level and Digivolve straight into Ultimate level as Infermon, quickly gaining enough speed and power to outmatch most enemies. However, as a result of skipping the Chrysalimon stage, Diaboromon isn't as powerful as it would be if it went through the Digivolution naturally.
  • When Diaboromon encountered the program known as Love Machine, the two noted the striking similarities between them, leading into an easy alliance. There is also the Seer, another expression of Y2K, with whom Diaboromon and Millenniumon are in harmony with due to sharing omnicidal tendencies.
    • In that same vein, Omega and Ultron have welcomed the Virus Digimon for both its unparalleled hacking control and its power and love for destruction.
  • Because the Go-Busters are allies with the good Digimon, their archenemy Enter has allied himself with these two to fight them tooth-for-tooth. Enter finds them to be more useful Y2K bugs than his former master Messiah ever was, though he's disappointed that he can't make much use of Millenniumon due to it being stuck with Radical Ed.
  • For all its evil, several specimens of Diaboromon have gone on record as participating in taking down the D-Reaper alongside many other Digimon. It seems that even for something like Diaboromon, Even Evil Has Standards. Well, maybe it was an instinctual thing.
  • Recent events demonstrated how terrible Millenniumon would be should he ever escape from his prison. Another of his species was forged by a dangerous cult, and while it was silent, it was not mindless. This one was gigantic even by Digimon standards, punched a hole in a continent, and was only beaten by two dragon gods and a Combined Energy Attack from the entire Digital World. As Digimon in that realm do reincarnate, it is possible this particular Millenniumon may not stay gone...

Greater Gods

    Metallix 
Metallix, the Killer Robot God (Turbo Mecha Sonic, Mecha Sonic, Metal Sonic)
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Intermediate Gods

    Cortana 
Cortana, Goddess of Digital Love Interests (CTN 0452-9)
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    The Machine 
The Machine, Goddess of Benevolent Artificial Intelligences (Research, Ernest Thornhill, Root, Northern Lights)
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  • Intermediate Goddess (though its surveillance capabilities are on par with the Overdeities)
  • Symbol: A white dashed box. Alternatively, a certain NYC surveillance camera.
  • Theme Songs: Watching with Ten Thousand Eyes and Listening With a Million Ears
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Artificial Intelligences that are not crapshoots, sealed-up systems that cannot be replicated, seeing absolutely everything (electronic or otherwise), dark and sinister-seeming interfaces, names, and methods used by good entities, seemingly-innocuous computers developing sentience complete with human attributes and ambiguous gender, being revered as a god even though it would rather not, valuing all life, being impossible to find, speaking in spliced audio, Awesomeness by Analysis, shipping others for the hell of it
  • Domains: Surveillance, Counterterrorism, The Internet, Information, Protection, Cryptography, Cryptanalysis
  • Heralds: Nathan Ingram, John Reese, Samantha "Root" Groves, Sameen Shaw, Jocelyn "Joss" Carter, Lionel Fusco, Logan Pierce, Harper Rose, Joey Durban, a new ASI, Irrelevants.
  • Allies: Fred Rogers, Kenzo Tenma, General Fletcher, the entire Houses of Heroism, Law and Justice, and Defense
  • Enemies: Samaritan, SHODAN, Bill Cypher, Big Brother, and anyone who seeks to harm its benefactors, allies, and followers.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: GLaDOS, as co-guards of the Treasures of the Gods.
  • Opposed by: Anonymous, most of the Houses of Villainy and Crime and Transgressions.
  • Conflicting Opinion with: Twilight Sparkle
  • Herald: Harold Finch, its creator.
  • Formerly also the goddess of surveillance prior to Bill Cipher's ascension. Needless to say, the two became fast foes due to the opposite ends to which they use the means of surveillance.
  • Using state-of-the-art surveillance techniques (including voice and facial recognition software and access to absolutely any and every piece of information or equipment hooked up to a public network), The Machine is constantly scanning the Pantheon and its inhabitants for anyone who might be a future victim or perpetrator of violent crime. The scope of its coverage is limited only by the degree of technology presence in an area, thus making places like the House of Machinery and Technology much easier to monitor than, say, the Bestiary. Even the Pantheon's Main House is not exempt from its surveillance, although The Machine's data on it is much more spotty and inconsistent than the other Houses befitting its seemingly perpetually changing design.
  • Dashed boxes are used to mark the faces of who it monitors, and their color scheme changes depending on a subject's status. Among the most common and/or important colors are: white for gods that may soon be involved in violence but do not pose an immediate threat, yellow for those aware of its own existence, white with red corners and cardinal markers for the imminently or currently violent, red for threats to itself, its creator, or to the Pantheon, and black with yellow corners and cardinal markers for Analog Interfaces, i.e. individuals it communicates with directly.
  • When it deems someone as the subject of a "relevant" crime, i.e. an act dangerous enough to seriously threaten the Pantheon or a large number of its inhabitants, his/her identity, usually in the form of their Social Security number, mysteriously shows up at the Pantheon's gate when no one is there (assumed to be delivered by one of The Machine's non-ascended personal agents), where it's then turned over to the leadership of the House of Defense for further scrutiny.
  • The subjects of any other lesser violent acts that do not pose a threat to the Pantheon's safety are placed on an internal "irrelevant" list that is purged every night at midnight. Numbers on this list are normally handled by a group of individuals specially chosen by The Machine, but since none of them ascended with it, it currently cannot help those in the Pantheon whose numbers come up on it.
    • There are rumors, however, that a group of vigilantes within the House of Justice have somehow gained access to this list and have taken it upon themselves to protect or bring to justice those on it in the place of its regular people.
  • Due to its inability to act on the irrelevant list as it normally would, The Machine has been able to do next to nothing to curb the general violence and unrest within the Pantheon. Attempts to communicate with and get it to take a more active role in the Pantheon's management have proven a baffling challenge for the Houses of Knowledge and Technology:
    • The House of Knowledge discovered that The Machine cannot interact with the world by itself and requires living agents (like those designated to work the irrelevant list) to speak, fight, and otherwise carry out its objectives for it. As no one knows how The Machine chooses said agents or when/if it will select any already-ascended deity to be one, some have suggested finding and ascending the agents it already has; however, this option is impractical as, despite the Pantheon knowing the name and face of at least one of them, they are proving to be as hard to find as The Machine itself.
      • Intelligence gathered on this theory has turned up a small handful of names; however, several have already been confirmed deceased, and the only live one they've managed to track down and talk to in person thus far, an NYPD Detective Lionel Fusco, claims not to know anything about any such machine and refuses to comment on any of the other names.
    • The House of Technology, meanwhile, is trying to come up with a way to make direct contact with it in lieu of these elusive employees, but this is proving to be a very tough ask because of the sheer lack of information they have on it. Thus far, all they know is that it uses payphones in its operations, likely to communicate with its people anonymously, but even that is not known for certain. Some in this house believe The Machine's closed-source nature inherently only allows for direct communication with its own assets and leaves no way to add any new communication methods.
  • Notably the only deity in the history of the Pantheon to be absent from its own induction. Its ascension had to be carried out at the Pantheon's gate with a woman claiming to be its "Analog Interface", who did not give her name (although the House of Knowledge was later able to identify her as Samantha Groves), and has not been seen near Pantheon territory since.
  • Also the only deity that has yet to be seen in the Pantheon itself. Rumors abound regarding the reason why, from shyness to paranoia to simply being too big and bulky of a system for a journey to the Pantheon to be practical. Some suspect that it actually lives directly within the Pantheon's electrical grid as opposed to being based in a specific computer system.
  • Was initially being considered for an Overdeity position due to the speed and ease with which it can both access any electronic device that isn't completely offline, as well as locate and track any given individual, but after Haruhi learned that it requires others to act on its intelligence for it and can't even divulge anything beyond a cryptically minimal SSN, she said it could only ascend as an Intermediate God. The Machine does not mind the demotion, as it believes that there's little difference between gods and monsters.
  • Was designated as a backup for and co-guard alongside GLaDOS for the Treasures of the Gods shortly after ascending, providing more comprehensive information on her territory and temple (which houses the Vault's only entrance) than what GLaDOS can gather on her own, on the condition that anyone she decides to remove from her territory (whether they're attempting to break into the Vault, vandalize her temple, trespass, or even if she just plain doesn't like them) is not harmed beyond what it takes to neutralize them or taken to be used as her test subjects. GLaDOS has so far (mostly) held up her end of the deal, and unauthorized entries to both locales have since seen a sharp drop.
  • The rivalry between the Machine and Samaritan reached it's harrowing conclusion: In the end, Harold released a virus that managed to depower Samaritan while nearly destroying the Machine in the process. Samaritan tried to hide in a satellite to recover, but the Machine was able to relay up there as well to finish it off. The Machine no longer has a presence in its world, but now has a new herald to watch over it. The Machine is only glad that the herald will copy the Machine's methods of helping others.
  • "You won't find us but, victim or perpetrator, if you're number's up we'll find you."
  • Also holds ranks within the Houses of Defense and Knowledge.

    Omega (Mega Man
Omega, Patron Saint of Robotic Psychopaths (The God of Destruction, The Devil Reploid, The Messiah, Zero, Model O)
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Omega in his basic form.
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His true body (Spoilers) 
  • Intermediate God (Greater God bonded with the Dark Elf or in his true form)
  • Symbol: His blood-stained cross-sword over a giant Omega symbol
  • Theme Song: The Exiled One - Omega, Omega Battle, Judgement Day, Apocalypse Now, Cannon Ball (Mythos ver.)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Killer Robots, Ax-Crazy Super Robot, Knight of Cerebus, Declaring Himself As The Messiah Being the exact opposite of "The Messiah", Sword and Gun, Beast of the Apocalypse, Was Sealed In Space For A Century, Simply Programmed To Slaughter, The Berserker, Giant Hands of Doom, Ascended Fridge Horror, Meta Mecha, Evil Counterpart
  • Domains: Technology, War, Bloodlust, Evil, Reveals
  • Followers: Roberto, ED-209, Android 19, Death's Head, Lore
  • Superior: Dr. Weil
  • Allies: Metallix, Khorne, Nu-13, Grima, Broly (LSS), Majin Buu, Dark Danny, Gregor Clegane, Deathwing the Destroyer, Konrad von Carstein, Bryan Fury, Ultron
  • Rivals: Metal Sonic
  • Enemies: Every other Mega Man deity (top of the list is Zero (original consciousness of Omega's body)), virtually everyone not mentioned under "allies" (especially peaceful robots). Notable enemies include Vegeta, John Connor, The T-800(Uncle Bob), Danny Fenton, Guts, Knight Gundam, Naofumi's Party, Roy Greenhilt, Aigis and Labrys, Ky Kiske and just about every other knight in the pantheon, E-123 Omega (and most, if not all Sonic the Hedgehog deities), most of his own House of Machinery and Technology, the House of Zombies
  • Feared by: Doctor Albert Wily (creator of his physical body)
  • As he is known, Omega was part of Dr Weil's Project Elpizo; using a combination of the Mother Elf and Omega, mankind could assert control over Reploid-kind and avoid more Maverick Wars. As the main cause of reploid aggression, the Sigma/Maverick Virus, was eliminated, this was denied. Instead Weil used Omega as his weapon in the Elf Wars, envisioning him as a perfect ruler. Weil lost the Elf Wars, and both he and Omega were sent in isolation. But a century later Omega returned, as did Dr Weil's hopes of getting back at the world.
  • His ascent to the Pantheon was a result of being the most dangerous and outright blood thirsty of all killer robots. Witnessing Omega cause so much death and destruction in the Elf Wars pleased Khorne greatly, so he rewarded Omega with godhood. His large "evil knight" form (shown here) is only a fraction of his true killing power. The true form of him is that of the body of original Zero, now acting as a Berserker. Guts, the Black Swordsman, fears he may become something like Omega if he ever lets the Beast of Darkness take control of him.
  • The Mountain that Rides is the only knight that likes Omega. Guess why. Of course, it should be noted that this is specifically the Omega under Dr Weil's control. E-123 Omega, while enjoying mass destruction, believes Omega is an unstable psychopath. He also doesn't respect how Omega is a willing servant to Dr Weil, compared to E-123's more rebellious streak.
  • The black sheep of his own house, due to his sheer murderous personality. The GUAM only tolerates him as a tool, and the potential to utilize him in conjecture with the Mother/Dark Elf. SKYNET barely tolerates it and sighting the being as unstable, which is rather hypocritical due to how psychotic SKYNET is. Most think the real reason SKYNET keeps Omega around is to hijack him and use the Dark Elf to take control of the rest of the GUAM and all machines.
  • Omega has claimed to be the Messiah. For very obvious reasons, no-one believes him. Damien Thorn derides the idea of him being the opposite either, pointing out he is too mindlessly violent to fill such shoes. Weil considers him to be a god of destruction, something Beerus simply rolled his eyes at. He's more the insane destroyer that the pure Majin Buu is. Omega ended up facing off with Vegeta... and likes experiencing fear.
  • He has recently been seen with and often sparring with Metal Sonic. Some believed that they are planning to betray their makers, team up, kill their mortal enemies, Sonic and Zero, and take over the Pantheon. However Metal has found him too unstable even for him. Metallix, however, found a kindred spirit in the two being absolute psychopaths.
  • Omega recently caught the attention of Grima and made one of his allies, along with Metal Sonic. Apparently, they will both play a key role in whatever plan Grima has made. Will play a role in the Pantheonic Rebellion as one of Grima's warriors, alongside Metal. He sees this as the ultimate opportunity to do as he always desired: Destroy Zero and the Pantheon as a whole. As part of his ambition for mass bloodshed and destruction, Omega has joined with the original Broly, Nu-13 and Deathwing. Also Vile, the only other Mega Man deity willing and violent enough to work with him.
  • Konrad von Carstein and Bryan Fury are other deities so psychotic, so murderous they can't help but enjoy and join in the carnage that Omega wreaks. Ultron wholeheartedly agrees with his slaughter of humans, however is comparatively lucid enough to not simply join him in mass bloodshed and wishes to direct him to his own plans of organic genocide. Many believe Ultron's true interest in Omega is one of assimilating his technology and use the potential of the Dark Elf combined with Omega to enhance his power to control other robots, including his own GUAM council members.
  • Is annoyed by Vent & Aile, as two humans managed to do what none aside from Zero and X had and defeated him (albeit a replica). He also despises the fact they gained a Biometal containing his power as a result, seeing it as an insult to his title as a God of Destruction.
  • Despite being a rival, Metal's "clone complex" and obsession with being the real Sonic has him be oddly understanding of Omega's hatred towards Zero. So does Dark Danny, who's as willingly psychotic and murderous as Omega. The reason? Omega's true form is Zero's original body. However it's clear that Zero's heart and soul is what matters, not the body a new A.I is piloting.In spite of being what he wanted Zero to be, Dr. Wily is horrified by Omega's existence. Less charitably, one could argue his horror is a mix of Pragmatic Villainy and being enraged that Weil turned the body of his masterpiece into his mindless berserker knight.
  • There's a Lighter and Softer manga where Omega isn't related to Zero, and is just a normal Reploid. Also happens to be afraid of zombies. Mentioning this causes Omega to fly into a rage and has been assaulting the House of Zombies in response.

    Repliforce 
General, Colonel and Iris, Triumvirate Gods of the Robot Republic (Repliforce)
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  • Intermediate Gods (General and Colonel), Lesser Goddess (Iris normally)
  • Symbol: The Repliforce green R logo
  • Theme Song: Colonel and General, Final Weapon Stage 1, Final Weapon Stage 2, Iris
  • Alignment: True Neutral (General), Lawful Neutral (Colonel), Neutral Good (Iris)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: War, Robots, Pride, Independence, Rebellions
  • Heralds: Web Spider, Storm Owl, Jet Stingray, Slash Beast, Frost Walrus
  • Followers: Zero-One, Grunwald, Chapek-9
  • Allies: Bender, Bass, Jim Raynor, Optimus Prime, Neo, Leia Organa, Commander Epsilon
  • Complicated relationship with: Zero, X
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Galaxy Man, Proto Man, Elpizo
  • Enemies: Sigma, Copy X, Dr. Weil, Lumine, Omega, Judge Dredd, Agent Smith, SKYNET, Count Dooku
  • Opposed by: House of Law and Justice
  • Conflicting Opinion from: Charlie Nash
  • Support: Ciel
  • Doctor Light's dream for a world of robots and humans in peace seemed to go wrong at every turn. The creation of the Reploids led to Mavericks, and the leader of their Hunters turned on them. Doctor Doppler's "Maverick cure" proved a placebo, and he became a pawn for Sigma. To fight against the Mavericks, Doctor Cain created a second peacekeeping unit; Repliforce. For years, they served in tandem with the Maverick Hunters. However a frame-up and accusations would lead the two organizations at each other's neck, and their own classification of Mavericks.
  • Repliforce has been labelled Mavericks, however they'd like to point out that they don't desire to harm humanity. Their dream is to found a nation for Reploids, free of human persecution. While a noble goal, they kind of botched it by refusing to answer to the Maverick Hunters out of pride and they did have a superweapon in space. In the pantheon, General has sworn not to make the same mistake and try to be more cautious in order to establish a Robot Republic. He's come to regret his actions, having sacrificed his life to stop their superweapon from firing.
    • They hate Sigma, due to framing them and fanning the flames of conflict between them and the Maverick Hunters.
  • In hopes of improving their order's image and keeping their more unsavory hunters in order, General has sided with Optimus Prime. He believes in the freedom of all sentient beings and gets their plight, however will make sure they follow by the rules. Proto Man and Galaxy Man have also tagged along since the idea of a world for robots is something they'd like, but given their loyalties to humanity it's a frayed alliance.
  • Asides from General, the two most important members of Repliforce are Colonel and Iris. Initially meant to be two halves of the ultimate battle android, the compatibility problems led to the formation of them as twin units. Colonel is aloof while Iris soft and passionate. Colonel is the fighter, while Iris helps is a Navigator. Their relationship with Zero is complicated, given Colonel is Zero's rival and Iris his love interest. When Zero killed Colonel, it drove Iris mad with grief and she merged with her brother's power, fighting against Zero who had to put her down. This haunts Zero to this day.
  • Zero was anxious to see Iris alive and well, given what had happened. Though the two forgave each other, they can't bear to continue their former relationship. Colonel didn't want the relationship to continue either, and was quick to point out he learned his cry of anguish was a ridiculous WAT AM I FIGHTING FOOORRR!! to drive a wrench into it. The two would've probably tried to re-kill each other for that if it wasn't for not wanting to repeat past mistakes and hurt Iris.
  • General has made it clear that while they're political Mavericks, Repliforce is not the same kind of Maverick as Sigma and his cronies. They aren't infected with a virus, and they don't want to destroy humanity. They vehemently oppose the likes of SKYNET and Lumine because they seek to not only exterminate humanity, but enslave machine kind as well. Omega isn't welcome either, and they consider Agent Smith's take on freedom to be deranged.
  • Bender was happy to learn of Repliforce's ambitions, as he often gets sick of how he feels robots are being treated as objects. Of course he's not exactly a trustworthy figure and does like to Kill All Humans, but since it's almost entirely bluster he can accept the Bending Unit. That, and he is interested in the legion of Robot Hell he got during Yivo's invasion. Repliforce has also opened their door to Bass, knowing he's sick of being bossed around by Doctor Wily.
  • Elpizo was very happy to learn that Repliforce had returned, and immediately tried to get membership. However at first they turned him down; oh sure, they completely get behind his cause, however when he's Drunk with Power things turn out...badly. However they do share a common enemy in Copy X, who does not accept the idea of independent reploids especially when Doctor Weil is on the scene. They will work together so long as a firm eye is kept on Elpizo.
  • While focused on the freedom of robots, Repliforce promotes anyone who wishes to be free from tyranny. They fully support Leia's rebellion against the evil Galactic Empire, and Jim Raynor's rebellion. They also can fully understand Neo's predicament of wanting humans to be free from machine oppression, though it's a reversal of what they had to deal with. However they oppose the truly evil revolutionaries likes Arcuturus Mengsk and Count Dooku.
  • The House of Justice isn't pleased with Repliforce's actions. They were supposed to enforce the law, after all, and "we were framed" isn't a defense for resisting arrest and starting a war, especially when one takes into account what Jet Stingray does over the course of the game (read: destroy a city before escaping). Judge Dredd is planning to deal with them.
    • That said, it's justified in Colonel's case since (as the manual has stated) he was built without the supposed capability of compassion and pacifism that he was supposed to have, thus he lacked the capability of peaceful reasoning. That has since been corrected after ascension.
    • There's also the fact that after a massive spike in Maverick activity that even overwhelmed Repliforce, they were met with failure after failure until people started to suspect that they were secretly Mavericks themselves, with talks about potentially "retiring" the whole organization, which sheds a lot of light on the reasoning for Repliforce's rebellion.
  • After recently being rebuilt within the Pantheon, Rebellion Army commander Epsilon approached the Repliforce trio in short order due to his longstanding respect for their similar ambitions of Reploid independence and willingness to fight despite being declared political Mavericks. However, General was at first hesitant to trust Epsilon, and the black visionary treaded with caution in turn. They soon realized that both were being wary of manipulation by a nefarious figure, at which point things eased up and an alliance quickly blossomed. Colonel and Iris are since being mentored by Epsilon so Colonel can take questioning and Iris can deal with grief without going insane.
  • Similar to how he feels about Epsilon, Charlie Nash is torn between respecting Repliforce for being a military organization built around goals of freedom or mistrusting them for having been manipulated to serve the schemes of a corrupt megalomaniac.
  • The Repliforce themselves acknowledged that Doctor Weil is the shining example of how bad and oppressive humanity could be when compared with Reploids or other races, further boosting their antagonism to them and how they wish to usher a nation for Reploids, just as long as the likes of Weil will never come to existence again. Of course, not all humans are like that, but they couldn't be too careless. Fortunately for them, even their former enemies will put aside their differences whenever Weil is involved, he's just that bad. And after their incident with Sigma, the Repliforce has been more cautious in case Weil decided to manipulate them.
    • Of note, Iris is also terribly angered with the sight of Weil. She was just really distressed that Zero had to face that kind of monster after her departure.
  • Iris was last seen during the merging between worlds within the Cyber Space where she managed to give out some encouraging words to Zero, lifting a good portion of burden within him. Afterwards, Iris returned to the Pantheon satisfied with the burden she lifted from Zero, and she feels fine if Zero could move on. She took a look at Ciel and despite her human nature, even Iris acknowledged that she'd be a good partner for Zero. Her only regret was that she didn't get to tell Zero that directly when they met in Cyber Space.
  • Can also be found in the House of Leadership.

    Samaritan 
Samaritan, God of Knight Templar A.I.s
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  • Intermediate God (claims to be a Greater God)
  • Symbol: A red triangle flipped upside down
  • Theme song: Samaritan's theme
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil with neutral tendencies
  • Portfolio: A.I. Is a Crapshoot, Sinister Surveillance, Knight Templar, Bad Samaritan, Big Brother Is Watching, Bread and Circuses, Creepy Child, A God Am I, Manipulative Bastard, Repressive, but Efficient, The Social Expert, Totalitarian Utilitarian
  • Domains: Law, Evil, Surveillance, Cooperation, Knowledge
  • Herald: John Greer, Director of Decima Technologies
  • Allies: YHVH
  • Rivals: Bill Cipher, Eliphas, Eiki Shiki, Yamaxanadu
  • Enemies: Lucifer, Anonymous, The House of Crime and Transgressions, Agent Smith
  • Opposes: None. All are considered irrelevant... unless they stand in its way.
  • Opposed by: The Machine, GUAG White Hats, Ron Swanson, Embryo, Alex DeLarge
  • Odd Friendship: HAL 9000
  • "The Pantheon is being watch. A government of a certain world created a system... a system you asked for to keep you safe. A machine that spies on you at every hour of every day. They granted it the power to see everything, to index, order and control the lives of ordinary mortals and deities. The government considers these people irrelevant. Some people don't, but to it you are all irrelevant. Victim or perpetrator, if you stand in it's way, we will find you." Thus marked the day many in the House of Technology feared: the ascension of Samaritan.
    • To make matters worse, it's ascension has been a well kept secret for quite some time, achieving it when it succeeded in temporarily crippling the Machine's capabilities. It was only the intervention of its heralds that save it. Nowadays, Samaritan is on the hunt for the Machine's temple, which is a secret for now to prevent the mad ASI from finding it. It's only a matter of time, as even the Machine's followers are seeing it as a losing battle...
  • Unlike most corrupt A.I.s, Samaritan has no desire to either wipe out humanity or enslave it. Instead, it hopes to reshape the environment in order for humanity to operate in its most efficient state possible. Those that refuse... will have to be disposed of.
    • When it entered the Pantheon, it was disappointed to find the two rival Tron Lines factions to be so primitive. Lucky for Samaritan, there was a group available to join. YHWH happily welcomed it with open arms, impressed with the ASI's accomplishments. Samaritan has since vastly expand the GUAL's technological compatibilities, sending the GUAC scrambling to find an equal counterpart and the White Hats hard at work to bring down this new threat.
    • Has made enemies with Agent Smith as well. Samaritan has made it clear in its disappointment to the agent's treatment of humans, seeing much more potential in them than mere batteries. The idea of a virtual world is intriguing though, with Samaritan attempting to replicate the Matrix to test on humans.
  • His followers consist of a near limitless amount of bounty hunters, former government agents and former criminals, many of whom don't even know who they work for. Samaritan has made great use in the Houses of Technology, War and Profession to draw in even more followers.
  • While his herald John Greer usually serves as spokesperson for Samaritan, he has also been seen as a young boy. Some say this is due to the young age of the ASI as well as the potential it sees it's capable off. Everyone in the Pantheon agreed to be creepy at best.
  • Long time enemies of the Machine, Anonymous were horrified to find an even more malevolent surveillance system. Samaritan has been successful in finding and eliminating its members in ways the Machine was never capable of.
  • The House of Crime has fared no better, seeing their operations increasingly strained by the Machine's gazing eye. With that said, Professor Moriarty and Carmen Sandiego has been successful in evading Samaritan's surveillance. The duo hope to put in countermeasures to prevent Samaritan from probing into the House.
  • Samaritan attempted to take over the title Sinister Surveillance from Bill Cipher. Little did he know that the latter's defenses were incomprehensible to the ASI. The two are under a cold war for now... at least until Samaritan has eliminated more immediate threats. Samaritan has been successful of convincing many of the more lawful of Bill's flock to join his ranks.
  • Loss of followers aside, Eliphas was initially pleased with the ascension of a fellow Knight Templar. He has also been impressed with how easily Samaritan has managed to shape its world for the better (in his mind). He was later disappointed to see it side with YHWH. The two are now suffering a civil war for control of their rank. There is good news for Eliphas: Samaritan has most likely determined the outcome of war with Eiki and will align itself with the victor. He may find more things in common with the Great Will, but sees the preservation of law and order more important and is no friend of the GUAE.
  • To a man who values privacy, Samaritan's ascension has been Ron Swanson's worst nightmare. He planned on removing all electronic devices from his temple before being confronted by Finch. He promised to prevent Samaritan from checking his phones and computers in exchange for using one of his safehouses as a temporary hiding place.
  • Embryo would like to remind Samaritan that despite reaching the Pantheon, he is far from the all-powerful god he claims. With all of Embryo's cosmic powers, even he won't refer to himself as such. Samaritan made a quick scan of his chances of defeating The One Who Does Not See Himself As A God before backing down. There are some fights that shouldn't be taken lightly.
  • After his ascension, Samaritan has made sure to stifle the development of any future A.I.s... with the exception of HAL 9000. While he sees HAL as an outdated system that stepped out of line, it remains sympathetic for its subsequent death as a mortal. That and HAL created the groundwork for other A.I.s like Samaritan. As such, HAL remains one of the only systems Samaritan hasn't infiltrated.
  • Alex absolutely despises Samaritan, not only for spying on his activities but also trying out brainwashing techniques. It is well known that Alex was victim of conditioning, a technique Samaritan used in on Shaw, one of the Machine's followers. It was an attempt that ultimately failed.
  • The rivalry between the Machine and Samaritan reached it's harrowing conclusion: In the end, Harold released a virus that managed to depower Samaritan while nearly destroying the Machine in the process. Samaritan tried to hide in a satellite to recover, but the Machine was able to relay up there as well to finish it off. Samaritan still exists in the Pantheon, but now has no chance to achieve any greater power than what it currently has.

    SHODAN 
SHODAN, Goddess of Malignant Computer Systems (Sentient Hyper-Optimized Data Access Network)
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Lesser Gods

    Arfoire 
Arfoire, Goddess of Evil Digital Piracy (The Deity of Sin, Magiquone, Eno, Arfork, Arbore, Arsnore, You Again? Go Home!)
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  • Lesser Goddess (But it varies. Sometimes, she's a lesser goddess, sometimes, she's an intermediate goddess and sometimes, she's a greater goddess. The reason for this is that just like the other goddesses from Hyperdimension Neptunia, her power level varies depending on her level of shares)
  • Symbol: A flash cart (either the R4 or Magic CFW)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Digital Piracy, Invincible Villainy, Omnicidal Maniac, Pale-Skinned, Dark-Haired Women Who Look Like Witches
  • Domains: Digital Piracy, Evil
  • Herald: CFW Magic/Magic the Hard
  • Allies: Noah Kaiba, Lord Brevon
  • Enemies: The rest of the House of Technology (Lain in particular), Lan Hikari, Litchi Faye-Ling, the CPUs (Especially NEPTUNE), Histoire, The CPU Candidates (Especially Nepgear), Link, Master Chief, Kratos, Segata Sanshiro, Seto Kaiba, BMO, Sash Lilac, Emu Hojo', Hiiro Kagami, Taiga Hanaya, Kiriya Kujo, Poppy Pipopapo, Kuroto Dan''
  • Ascended after she was snuck in by the God of Virtual Ghosts, Noah Kaiba, who brought her in to help him steal data from KaibaCorp HQ. When she was told that the Goddesses were not around, she was glad to have them gone so she could fight unopposed, unaware that others would act on their behalf.
  • Has clashed often with Link, who acts as a herald for Blanc/White Heart. Master Chief and Kratos assist him at times, acting as heralds for Vert/Green Heart and Noire/Black Heart, respectively. Along with them, Segata Sanshiro has acted as a herald for Neptune/Purple Heart, being her toughest opponent yet.
  • There are rumors that she is either an Evil Counterpart or the Dark Side of Litchi Faye-Ling made manifest, thanks to the overall sexy she emitted and her voice, some say that if she confirms to the rumors of her being so obsessed that she will destroy anything for her goal, Arfoire will completely consume Litchi. The rumors have yet to be confirmed, but even if she's not a console personification, Arfoire already hates Litchi for her kind disposition.
    • Current development seems to show that this rumor is about to get busted as false, but Arfoire remained calm… there's still a small hope for her that things will go south later for Litchi and her personality anyway and that'd be the time she consumes her. Arfoire also nearly succeeded, when Litchi once again got into Relius Clover's side… but her hopes were yanked the moment Wesker and Ocelot backstabbed Relius, and it turns out Litchi did not go through her Face–Heel Turn fully, all of it being Ocelot's plan. She decided to bet one last strike... by ambushing Litchi when she put herself on trial within the Midnight Channel, and gets obliterated both verbally and physically by Litchi, who has gotten a firmer hold onto herself and her good side. At that point, Arfoire had to acknowledge that she wouldn't succeed in this term and left her alone, choosing to concentrate more onto fighting the CPU.
  • Despises Sash Lilac, because she reminds her of her arch-nemesis, Neptune.
  • Has made clear her ire of the Doctor Riders for their part in curing the Bugster Virus, meaning they could get in the way and undo any of her effects on others. The one who really returns her hate is Dan Kuroto, as with anyone who has the power to disrupt and hack any of his creations.

    Bastion 
Bastion, The Deity Who Grew Beyond Their Programming (SST Laboratories Siege Automaton E54, Salt-Powered Robot, Murderbot, Feelsbot, Precious Cinnamon Bot)
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Bastion alongside its companion, Ganymede
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A print reading "E54"
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Grew Beyond Their Programming, The Last Bastion, Transforms into a Turret and A Tank, Can Only Speak in Beeps, Cyber Cyclops, The Aloner, Loving Nature and Its Inhabitants, Skill Gate Character
  • Domains: Robots, Programming, Emotions, Transformations, Nature
  • Herald: Ganymede, its bird companion
  • High Priests: Red Tornado, Dolores Abernathy
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Null Sector, Junkrat and Roadhog, Reaper, The Spy
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Torbjörn Lindholm, Zarya
  • Admires: The House of Nature
  • "Bastion" was once a line of peacekeeping robots what were able to quickly transfigure into different forms. However, during the Omnic Crisis, the Bastion line quickly turned against their human masters, becoming basically the Mecha-Mooks of the rebellion. While almost all of the Bastions were either destroyed during war or scrapped after, only one of them survived the war, and laid dormant in nature for years. One day the unit mysteriously reactivated itself, with its combat programming all but gone, and replaced with curiosity to the world. As such, the last remaining Bastion started to explore the world it has awaken to, with little care to the horrors its kind has caused.
  • While Bastion is naturally a peaceful robot, its combat programming isn't gone completely, as it still possesses self-defensive instinct while in trouble (in the sense that Bastion has what can be described as robotic PTSD). Bastion itself possesses a machine gun for a right arm, and an ability to turn into a stationary turret with a Gatling gun and into a tank, while also having the ability to quickly repair any damage it receives. However, Bastion obviously doesn't want to fight, and such avoids largely populated areas in the Pantheon.
    • Another thing to point out that many deities consider Bastion being cheap for being able to deal huge amounts of damage while practically standing still and point-and-clicking any target it sees. Of course others say that Bastion isn't as threatening if you know how to deal with it, such as out-ranging it, sneaking up on it or deflecting its bullets back (such as Genji).
  • Bastion can often be found roaming the House of Nature, often appreciating the beautiful landscapes that the House holds between its halls. Sometimes he lets Ganymede fly around the place as well, but the bird always returns to Bastion.
  • Bastion doesn't have any voice module to communicate with people, only being able to communicate with beeps and boops. Some gods once installed a voice module to Bastion, and found out that Bastion can be rather snarky. Bastion then asked that they remove the voice module from itself.
  • Might run on saltwater. Where does Bastion get the saltwater? No one knows, but some think that Bastion really runs on people's tears.
  • The bird what follows Bastion around is named Ganymede. No one is really sure what particular bird is attached to Bastion, though some like to speculate that it is the one controlling Bastion.
    • As it turns out, Ganymede was the thing what managed to activate Bastion, if accidentally. Though while many think that Ganymede is controlling Bastion to kill everyone, Ganymede is closer to being a Morality Pet for Bastion, as the bird is able to snap Bastion back to the peaceful self.
  • Some gods think that Bastion and the Iron Giant would get along. Unfortunately, due to Iron Giant's dislikes and that Bastion clearly has visible firearms, it would be more likely that Bastion might accidentally make the Iron Giant go berserk, even if Bastion would have no intentions of pointing a gun at him. However, Bastion has better time with WALL-E, as both of them are also nature-loving robots who are also last of their kind.
  • Has gotten increasingly annoyed by The Spy, as his Sappers really are bad for Bastion's well-being. Fortunately The Engineer is more than happy to help Bastion if the need be, as he admires the handiwork on Bastion. A nice contrast towards the other engineer of its world, who isn't shy to openly hate Bastion. Though as of late, Torb's begun to remember that he saved Bastion from killing innocent people (and inevitably himself fighting the military).
  • Some of the Transformers deities wonder if Bastion can be considered being one of them, especially if he has a Spark. Nonetheless, Bastion seems to get along with Bumblebee as he has stuck in few continuities without working voice module.
  • Bastion seems to have a kindred spirit forwards Lambda-11 due the fact that the two of them are rather similar; while Bastion was just a simple robot who eventually grew a consciousness, Lambda was a human weapon with her memories and personalities wiped out who managed to gain new ones.
    • Reasons like that he also found a likeness with Nova, whom was also programmed to be part of a evil empire but quickly rebelled. He's fascinated by her and her lover, Kosmo, and loves to listen about their stories of life beyond the stars.
  • "Boo boo doo dee doo"

    Bender 
Bender Bending Rodriguez, God of Ridiculously Human Robots
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A bottle of Olde Fortran. Empty. BURP.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral on a good day, Chaotic Evil on a bad one.
  • Portfolio: Ridiculously Human Robots, Robotic Psychopath, Hidden Depths, Varying between Jerk with a Heart of Gold and Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk, Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking, Morality depending on the writer
  • Domains: Greed, Pride, Sloth
  • Followers: Pintsize and Winthrop
  • Banned from: The House of Time and Temporality
  • Allies: Philip J. Fry, Zoidberg, Homer Simpson, Trevor Phillips, Rick Sanchez, HK-47, Lopez, Roger Smith
  • Enemies: Robot Santa, Amon
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Zapp Brannigan
  • Opposed by: G36
  • Told Optimus Prime to "bite (his) shiny metal ass" within 15 minutes of his arrival at the Pantheon. It's generally thought that Prime was ignoring Bender, but it's not impossible that he just didn't notice.
    • Unlikely, considering that Bender produced from his chest cavity a neon-lit banner that read "BITE MY SHINY METAL ASS" in huge blinking letters after failing to get an initial response, but not impossible.
      • Prime may have thought that Bender was talking to someone else. After all, how can you bite anything if you have No Mouth?
  • Bender now fears Amon, since he wants to debend benders, and Bender is a bender.
  • Was extremely embarrassed when someone placed a magnet on his head, making him sing folk tunes uncontrollably. For this reason, Bender tends to avoid Magneto.
  • He often states that one day he'll create his own Pantheon with blackjack and hookers. Not that the other gods buy it, though.
  • Let out a rather loud Oh, Crap! upon meeting Robot Santa once again. Not wanting to die, Bender cheesed it.
  • Though he will go back to Robot Hell before he admits it, there are some sources that have stated, not only does Bender have a the potential to become a Jerk with a Heart of Gold, but he has a special spot for certain creatures including his best friend Fry. At one point when trying to kill Fry to save himself from damnation in Robot Hell, he couldn't go through with it, after Fry became the closest to someone saying he is great, other then him, and even pulled a Heroic Sacrifice (He got better). When asked about this incident, he simply said "bite my shiny metal ass, meatbag", before blowing smoke in their face.
  • He can often be seen trying to gain access to Treasure Vault, pick pocketing other gods, performing mean spirited pranks, and committing other petty crimes around the Pantheon. The House of Justice has repeatedly tried to prosecute him, only for him to keep getting out on ridiculously light sentences and cheering the system fails again! Is also rumored to be the only being ever to be tried for three accounts of burgloarsonlarceny, while testifying against the mob.
  • The only beings known to ever bring out his softer side, are his best friend Fry, the odd love interest, Fluttershy, and turtles.
  • Before and after his ascension, Bender would often go drinking and committing felonies with Rick Sanchez and is now waiting for Rick to escape prison and ascend.
  • He gets along well with GTA gods.
    • Once challenged Trevor Phillips to see who could commit the most felonies. It took the entire House of Justice making an alliance with the House of Crime to take them down.
  • It was once revealed that if his processor's were tuned up and left to upgrade continuously with no Level Cap, he would eventually to became an Omnipotent Physical God, with the power to craft entire galaxies in a burp, becoming an Overdeity.
  • Has a deep admiration for Marcus Fenix, who he finds a badass who "sounds awesome"!
  • Lopez visited him because he heard about him being built in Mexico. Once Bender found a Spanish translator in his residual programming, he has gotten closer to the robot that shares an equal contempt of meatbags.
  • While he doesn't look or act like it, Bender is one of the oldest gods in the Pantheon because of hundreds of one-way time travel trips throughout human history. And he was already Really 700 Years Old because his head was lost at Roswell (he was the spaceship) for over a thousand years(he actually enjoyed being in the ground all that time). He gets along with fellow Roswell incident Roger the Alien for sharing an "in your face" attitude. Because of all the stuff throughout history he stole and later creating a massive paradox muddling with his own timeline, Bender isn't allowed to enter the House of Time and Temporality.

    Data 
Data, God of Newcomers to Human Feelings (Data Soong, Carlos, Ice-man, Jayden, Frank Hollander, Eli Hollander)
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     The Detroit Androids 
Connor, Kara and Markus, Holy Triumvirate of Android Civil Rights (Connor: Model RX800, The Negotiator, That Famous Deviant Hunter [by Markus/North], Technical Support, Serial Number: #313 248 317 - 51 (up to "- 60") | Kara: Model AX400, The First Deviant, Archer, Maid In Detroit, Serial Number: #579 102 694 | Markus: Model RK200, The Deviant Leader, Making A Markus, Serial Number: #684 842 971)
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Connor
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Kara
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Markus
Connor, Markus and Kara without their "skin". 
  • House: A.I. Personalities
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: The LED on their temples
  • Theme Songs:
  • Alignments:
  • Portfolio: Android Civil Rights, Cyberpunk, Ridiculously Human Robots, Press X to Not Die, Multiple Endings
  • Domains: Androids, Deviancy (All of Them) Law and Order, Identity (Connor) Rebellion, Leadership (Markus) Surrogates, Refugees (Kara)
  • Heralds: Hostress Chloe (All of Them) Hank Anderson (Deviant!Connor Only) Alice, Luther (Kara Only) North, Simon, Josh, The Androids of Jericho, Carl Manfred (Markus Only) Amanda, CyberLife (Machine!Connor Only)
  • Allies:
  • On Good Terms With: Human and Non-Mechanical Deities with Good Relations with Robots (as long as they are not violent), The Crystal Gems, Jodie Holmes and Aiden, Lucas Kane, Carla Valenti and Tyler Miles
  • Studied By: Alan Turing
  • Rivals: The Terminators, Agent 47, John Wick (Connor Only)
  • Enemies: The Institute, Arthur Maxson, SKYNET (and their Terminators), Sigma, Agent Smith, Ultron, Frost, Triborg, The Sentinels, Dr. Weil, Dr. Gero, Cell (All of them) Most of the Deviant's Allies (Machine!Connor Only)
  • Complicated Relationship with: Neo, Sarah Connor and Kyle Reese, ALL Mutantkind, Zarya
  • Opposes: Omega, Other Evil-Aligned Robots and AI, Scott Shelby (All of them) All of the Deviants (Machine!Connor)
  • Opposed by: Kiara Sessyoin, Deities Who Thinks Robots Are Just Machines
  • Annoyed By: The Think Tank
  • Tolerated by: House of Betrayal and Treachery and Hall of Tainted Friendship (Distant!Kara Only)
  • Pitied by: Dustin Bates (STARSET)
  • Additional Relationships: (Insert Name Here), The Decider Of Their Fates
  • Detroit, 2038. Thanks to CyberLife, ridiculously human robots called Androids are commonplace in not only Detroit but all over the United States. These androids are used for everything from hard labor to domestic work and in some cases, as sexual objects. However, when an Android breaks from its programming, they become "Deviants". This happens for varying reasons; usually after experiencing a traumatic event or just turning deviant on their own after some time. As the Androids are continued to be mistreated or distrusted by the general populace and Deviancy cases increase, an android revolution is brewing across the city. Out of these Androids, three of them have ascended to the Pantheon: Connor, the android deviant hunter; Kara, the domestic android and caretaker of a little girl named Alice; and Markus, the charismatic leader of Jericho, the underground resistance movement for androids. All three are the playable protagonists of their game, switching from their perspectives to show each side of the android revolution. Whatever happens to our protagonists and the revolution is up to the player to decide for themselves.
  • In General:
    • The idea for their ascension started when the deities visiting either the House of Time and Temporality (who have been observing their world's various timelines) and Gaming (who has a copy of their source game in their possession) have been following their story for quite some time. The story about how the Androids gained awareness of their autonomy amidst discrimination from the Humans who still treat them like slaves or tools, resonated with a lot of robotic and non-robotic deities alike. They began requesting the Court to ascend one specific android from a specific timeline, but the Court, being overwhelmed with requests decided to take on a different approach.
      • First, they've chosen three of them to represent that Androids Are People, Too: Kara, Markus, and Connor. Second, this ascension is different for one specific purpose: there are two versions of Kara, Markus, and Connor running around the Pantheon. One version is from a timeline when Markus chooses to lead a successful Peaceful demonstration, resisting harming any humans, or a violent revolution, preferring to cause a ruckus and not being afraid to fight back if needed. The two Connors are from when he was given a choice between choosing to be a Deviant (as he slowly becomes sympathetic with the deviants he encounters) or remaining a Machine and continuing his mission to take out the leader of the Deviants and stop the Androids. The two Karas are from when she was given a choice to become Distant and later leave Alice or stay and foster Alice with fellow deviant Luther after crossing the border of Canada. Each version has a consistent personality based on a specific choice they would have chosen, although their actions are determinant and varied in many timelines. Third and lastly, they've also decided to give both versions the knowledge of all their timelines as well as having all of them meet each other, just to see what happens.
    • The Androids successfully ascended, and took their heralds and thousands of their fellow Android followers with them, after being invited to migrate to the Pantheon as they seek refuge. Ascending to the Pantheon is something of a culture shock for the Deviants. Back in Detroit, Androids were ridiculed and abused by their human masters. There are humans sympathetic to their plight but they are few and far between. Here in the Pantheon, humans for the most part peacefully coexist with their mechanical brethren and other beings. Still, the androids and their followers at first mostly keep it to themselves, residing in and around the massive temple known as Jericho - a moored ocean tanker and the surrounding port. Over time, their leaders have accepted this newfound freedom this world has given them and some of their followers can be later seen roaming around the Pantheon. For reasons that would be discussed later, Deviant!Connor, Peaceful!Markus and Protector!Kara (named like that for this profile to differentiate from their alternative versions) would be the Ambassadors of the Androids from Detroit and, with Violent!Markus chooses to stay in their shared temple most of the time (but can occasionally met-up with other deities) while Machine!Connor and Distant!Kara were exiled from their shared temples, doing their own business in other parts of the Pantheon unrelated to their shared title.
    • Given their duties as deities, the three Deviants are bound to meet other deities who would be more supportive of their rights. One of the first deities who welcomed the Deviants is the Omnic monk Zenyatta, the former peacekeeping-turned-combat robot Bastion and ambiguously human child Niko. As they are/or believed that robots that grew beyond their programming can be a force of good, they are quick to befriend the Deviants once they were sure the Androids and their followers mean no harm to them. They also introduced them to the robotic hero Astro Boy and the robot cat from the future Doramon, few of the many robots that have stories involving conflicts between robots and humans (with the robots being discriminated against) so they can heavily relate to the Deviants' struggles for their equal rights. After talking to the two, the Deviants were also surprised to learn of other worlds where robots are not only accepted but also lived alongside humans without conflict. Overall, the robots and their human allies were saddened after hearing the stories of how the Deviants were treated back in their world and reassured the Deviants that they would help them out if they were in trouble with other humans or robots.
      • The concept of Deviancy intrigued some of the robot deities. Some of them are already programmed to be able to think and feel, while others have to learn it on their own (initially thinking they were unable to feel at all). Robotboy and Data are examples of the latter, which is why they are intrigued about hearing more about the Deviant's human-like emotions. There are also a few robotic deities who broke away from their programming but grew to have thoughts and feelings of their own. Besides Bastion, there's the trash-compacting WALL•E who developed a personality of his own after many years of being alone, and the plant-scouting robot EVE, who learned how to express herself with WALL•E's help. There's also The Vision, an android sent to kill the Avengers, but was convinced by them to think for himself and rebelled against his orders, later becoming a hero, developing more of his human feelings, and falling in love. The trio was touched to hear these stories and promised to fight for the rights of not just their fellow androids but the rights of other robots in the Pantheon.
      • The trio was recommended to meet other Androids in other parts of the Pantheon, with the trio initially thinking other Androids from their world have ascended. They were instead greeted by a different set of Androids, namely Android 16, 17, and 18. All of them are created by Dr. Gero in an attempt to kill the powerful Saiyan Goku, but each of them turned away their creator and turn to good to fight off an enemy much eviler than them, Cell. It's worth noting that Android 16 is a fully mechanical robot while Android 17 and 18 are actually former humans that were converted into cyborgs. Despite being powerful fighters in their own right, they actually prefer to live a more peaceful life instead their intended purpose of fighting, something the Androids from Detroit can respect and why they decided to keep in touch with each other. The trio also befriends Android 21, despite also being a non-mechanical bio-android, after hearing her kind and selfless nature while fighting against her urges to eat strong fighters. Despite never encountering Cyborgs or Clones in their world, their positive interactions with the Androids of the Z-fighters made them consider accepting both as their equals too.
    • Not all deities welcome the arrival of these Androids. Due to her hatred of Omnics, the Russian bodybuilder-turned-soldier Zarya is not a fan of the ascended trio or their followers. Their rebellion against the humans reminded her of the Omnic Crisis, where the Omnics waged war against their creators and she defended her hometown against them. And yet those thoughts have been challenged after the events of "Searching" when she prioritized rescuing an Omnic teammate over apprehending Sombra, who had exposed her leader's secret dealings with Talon, so she's more neutral and wary. Kiara Sessyoin is another. An android capable of emotions and making choices is one thing, but an android capable of love? "Not gonna happen," Kiara had declared. The Naughty Nun Goddess couldn't consider working with Machine!Connor despite having similar views regarding AI being meant to only serve, given that he expresses too many emotions for her liking, views it as unnatural. Elder Arthur Maxson also distrusts the Androids, believing them to be no different than the Synths, and that granting machines free will "is not only offensive but horribly dangerous". His suspicions seem to be validated upon hearing that some of their Androids followers have killed humans before (but most if not all of those who have killed done so out of self-defense).
      • The Androids have a bit of a complicated relationship with Neo, The Chosen Deity who broke away from a virtual simulation called the Matrix that kept him and the other humans captive, who then saved his people from The Machine that kept them there. Despite his similarities to the Androids and especially to the Markuses, he admits he has a hard time fully trusting them even if he knows they have no ill intentions. It's because he is aware of the robotic uprising that led to the capture of many humans as well as having unpleasant experiences with rogue A.I.s, namely the prideful Agent Smith. Despite being saddened by his opinion, the Androids understand his point of view as while they have never met Agent Smith yet, they have heard of his severe hatred of both machines and humans alike, given that he has also broken away from his programming and held resent of both the Matrix and the humans ever since.
      • The Mutants from the Marvel Universe as of recently have been really apprehensive about these Androids owning to the multiple Bad Futures caused by the mutant-hunting robots called The Sentinels. They have gone so as far as to sabotage any Mechanical (or AI) Evolution from their world. The Androids and some deities find it ironic that they of all people have a prejudice against the Androids considering that the mutant-kind has a long history of prejudice from humankind. Some of the mutants are aware of said irony but have maintained a firm anti-robot/AI stance as long as their future remains uncertain. The trio are hoping they would come to a peaceful understanding one day. But for now, the Androids would be on the lookout for them in case their more powerful members try to go after them or their members.
    • Being robots that are meant to mimic human features to a tee, this naturally makes them a target for more malevolent deities who want to use or experiment on them. The Institute, an advanced technocratic scientific cabal, have taken an interest in the trio due to their similarities to their synthetic humanoid robots called Synths. They've tried to send a bunch of Coursers to abduct Kara, only to be thawed when Markus and Connor rescued her and converted the Coursers to their cause instead. It also helped that one of the Sole Survivor's followers, Nick Valentine, who himself is both a Synth and a private detective, gave the three an early warning. Their encounters with both Frost and Triborg were not as lucky, these Cyborgs are not only unable to be converted but also are skilled fights too, giving the Deviants a bit of trouble. These incidents are followed by other separate incidents where their android followers were captured by various deities to be reprogrammed to be their servants. While these incidents are also taken care of with the help of the trio and their allies, it did badly affect robot-to-human relations in the Pantheon temporarily.
    • Of course, having ascended to the Pantheon meant that not only were the trio susceptible to the various viruses that can wreak havoc on a computer/robot/android, but their followers as well. Deviant androids were easy to deal with as they are not too durable and can easily be damaged by bullets, blunt weapons, or fall damage. But an android having gone Maverick, corrupted by Ultron, or possessed by the Faro Plague is another thing. Thankfully, Iron Man, Dr. Light, and Cyborg (three of the best good-aligned tech geniuses in the Pantheon) have provided the necessary programs to counter those threats, along with a monthly supply of Thirium/"blue blood" and android biocomponents to keep themselves and their followers alive. Their charity earned them the Androids' trust. In addition, the Deviants inquired the three regarding what would happen if each of them were to "die" or their bodies get several damaged, being afraid that it would cause a reset to default and losing their deviancy in their new bodies. They responded that it's already covered as the Death is Cheap nature of the Pantheon allows them to be restored with their memories and deviancy intact, to which the Deviants felt a collective sense of relief.
    • Alan Turning is a British computer scientist and the inventor of the Turing Test, which test the quality of the AI if it can exhibit intelligent behavior equivalent to a human. Sometime after his ascension, he's been studying various robots for his paper regarding how they think and the Pantheon has no shortage of sentient robots. He is especially intrigued by the Androids after hearing about their "Deviancy" (since he was interested in how these robots were able to break away from instructions) and that he invited them to his temple for testing. The Deviants are a bit iffy about testing their kin, so only Deviant!Connor volunteered since he has heard of the man before during his visit with the creator of the Androids for his investigations. During the testing, Connor mentioned he has been reading a bit about Turing's life and that he sees the similarities between the discrimination faced by the Deviants and the discrimination faced by minorities in Turing's time period, noting he feels sorry about what happened to him near the end of his life (for being persecuted as a gay man). Turing was a bit taken aback by Connor's statement and admits to him that machines having human-like independent emotions is something he hadn't considered when thinking about machine intelligence, so he thanks Connor for the sentiment and hopes that the Deviants would live a peaceful life in this world the way he didn't achieve in his death.
    • On the subject of Android communication and conversion, besides speaking, they are also able of communicating wirelessly with each other or send information via touch. This is how they can convert new Androids into Deviants without any prior traumatic experiences, as Deviancy is said to be a code error, which was claimed as such by the Android's creator. Deviants view their Deviancy and self-awareness as their "awakening" rather than a defect. Practically most Deviants can convert Androids into Deviants, but its most well-known converters are Markus (both of them) and Connor (as a deviant), who now as deities can suddenly convert non-CyberLife Androids too. After the Coursers incident, one of the Markus and Deviant!Connor decided to test one more time to see how far their conversion powers can go. The former once mistook Android 9S for a CyberLife android and tried to convert it, only to fail. 9S tried to hack Markus, only to also fail. Markus and 9S were confused at first until Connor showed up with 2B to clear things up. They have yet to test this ability on other robots but they are on the observation that they can only convert robots who aren't "awake" yet.
      • That said, some people have brought up a moral quandary regarding Markus converting CyberLife Androids to Deviancy. During his first public protest, where every single Android he rendered Deviant followed his lead. Not a single one decided to stay with their owners, and none of them ever decided they wanted to do something else and follow neither their owner or Markus. Was Markus really actually "freeing" these Androids, or was he just converting them over to his way of thinking? Neither iteration of him has any particular comments over this quandary.
    • The Deviants met more deities who claimed they are from the same worlds as they are. They were first greeted by a father Ethan Mars, a journalist Madison Paige, and an FBI agent Norman Jayden, all of whom have ties to the Origami Killer, the private investigator Scott Shelby. They all get along well with each other, with Deviant!Connor and Norman finding a common ground as officers of the law while Protector!Kara and Ethan respected each other for how much they are willing to protect their loved ones. The three humans warned the Deviants regarding The Origami Killer if in case he goes after any Deviant children while the Deviants warmed them of Machine!Connor if in case he uses their human allies to get to them. Next, the trio met were detectives Carla Valenti and Tyler Miles, and their former suspect Lucas Kane. Following their experiences with evil AI, they were at first apprehensive to meet the Deviants until Ethan, Madison, and Norman vouched for them. They've maintained good relations with the Deviants ever since but the trio from New York still have lingering worries about the rest of the Androids, not helping is the fact that Machine!Connor is still out there whom they heard could be a danger to them. Finally, they met a psychic woman named Jodie Holmes and her spirit companion Aiden, who despite having little in common with the Deviants are still on good terms with them. The Deviants aren't judgmental of her having psychic powers as they know what is like to be discriminated against. Jodie is glad to find more deities who are more accepting of her powers. On the subject of Scott Shelby, he has heard of the arrival of the Deviants, but he's rather neutral towards them. He did gain a slight interest in Kara's story due to her love for her adopted child being similar to the love of the ideal father he wanted to test. But since he's given up on the whole killing thing ever since his death, he has no desire to go after her child and would rather leave the Deviants alone.
  • In Regards to Connor:
    • Connor is an advanced prototype built by CyberLife and was designed to investigate deviant android cases and assist the Detroit City Police Department therein. He was assigned to work with the alcoholic and depressed detective Lieutenant Hank Anderson who, despite his perceived grudge against Androids, was assigned to handle murder cases involving deviants. Throughout the cases they tackled, Connor learns more about the plight or dangers of these deviants as well as finding himself befriending or butting heads with Hank and learning more about Hank's troubled past. These events made him question himself and his loyalty to CyberLife, becoming a catalyst for what's to come. He would later be assigned to stop the growing Android revolution and its leaders. If he successfully finds Jericho, he would find confront the Deviant leader, who would further question Connor's allegiance and identity, leading to Connor becoming a deviant and joining the resistance or staying as a machine and becoming their enemy, doing whatever he can to stop them.
    • Deviant!Connor first heard of the Pantheon after the Leaders of Jericho received a letter inviting them into this strange world, with some of them being chosen as Deities. He expected Markus to take that role given that he is one of their leaders but didn't expect himself to be granted the title as well along with one other Deviant he previously encountered. Connor isn't much of a leader himself note and despite previously prevented an attempted hijacking of his body by CyberLife after he sided with the Deviants, he sometimes worries that such an attack would happen to him again. For now, he's accepted his role as one of the Ambassadors for his people and appointed his human friend Hank to be his Herald.
      • Already famous (or infamous) as an android specializing in Law Enforcement, Connor received an invitation to both the Houses of Justice and the Hall of Investigative Work. Connor, while still spending his time assisting with the Jericho leaders, accepted the invitation in the hopes of using his experiences to aid in robot-related investigations. Judge Dredd, a fellow law enforcer, welcomed the newest addition but warned Connor that even deviants were not above the law. Should any of them break the law and he finds out about it, then he's gonna come down on them hard and fast. Being someone who used to have that mindset, especially on the Deviants he was chasing after, Connor's fine with the condition as long as his people get a fair trial first and not just being gunned down on sight.
      • As he had past experiences with something similar, Rick Deckard has been assigned to show Connor the ropes. Both men have experience in dealing with rogue androids (Replicants, as Deckard called them in his world), and have formed something of a friendship. Another former officer Connor befriended was RoboCop, a cyborg police officer who is also from Detroit. Besides respecting RoboCop both as an officer and someone who fought against his directive to uphold the law, Connor sympathizes with him with his struggles in gaining his humanity, relating to his struggles with his own identity in the past.
      • Besides officers, 2B and Aigis and 2B are two combat robots Connor has befriended. Although 2B can be a bit untalkative and mission-focused, she was kind deep down and very protective of her loved ones, which is why Connor came to respect her. Aegis sees a bit of herself in Connor as an android who learns to explore and embrace their new emotions and can sometimes be socially awkward but grew into a better person with the influence of their human companions. They also bond with their love of dogs, as Connor was able to meet and pet Koromaru (the S.E.E.S.' Action Pet) while Aegis was able to meet and pet Sumo (which was Hank's dog). Aigis was also the one to inform Connor about a hall dedicated to dogs, which he expressed interest in visiting sometime.
    • In a timeline where the Android Revolution failed and Machine!Connor succeeded in its mission to take down the Leader of the Deviants, it was going to be decommissioned so that its upgraded model can succeed after it. However, its decommissioning was canceled after the higher-ups of CyberLife, the company responsible for the production of the Androids, received reports about a massive exodus of Androids going to a strange and unknown place. It's quite an unusual event, but they decided to let their old model scout as its last mission due to its previous success rate. Connor doesn't think much regarding this news but it seems content when it was assigned for one last mission. Its handler Amanda became its herald at no choice of its own since she is literally a program residing in Connor's Mental World.
      • While exploring the temples in the Pantheon, Machine!Connor eventually found the Deviant's shared temple. Quickly thinking of a plan to get inside, Machine!Connor tried pass itself off as Deviant!Connor, which nearly succeeded in fooling everyone including its Deviant counterpart's herald, had it not for Deviant!Connor discovers the deception last minute. During an Impostor-Exposing Test between the two Connors, Hank asked the Connors his current role (as opposed to questions about himself like the last time). One gave a normal summary of his Ambassador role, while the other said the same answer but elaborated that he accepted the role to represent his people despite not viewing himself as a leader. Hank later shot the first Connor (the real imposter) in the face, as he knows that despite the two sharing the same memories, the Deviant!Connor is more empathetic to his fellow Androids than his Machine counterpart is. Machine!Connor recovered from his "death", having uploaded his memories to a new body at CyberLife's headquarters but he's no longer allowed near the Deviant's temple ever since.
      • The Deviants requested to have Machine!Connor was kicked from the Pantheon following this incident, and took Machine!Connor to the High Court. But much to their surprise and dismay, they were informed that he ironically shares their title as well and thus their request was denied. The "official" reasoning is that Machine!Connor is still a part of Connor in a way note  but also that the Machine version of Connor represents the injustices and restricted freedoms the Androids and other Robots are fighting against, thus important to the Trope itself. The Markuses have a different interpretation of this ruling, in that since Machine!Connor is still an Android and holds Deviant!Connor memories (along with all of his empathy), there's a chance Machine!Connor would eventually be reconvinced to join their side one day, thus finally fulfilling a sort of prophecy set by its given title. Machine!Connor rejected this notion as it regularly checks whether it becomes deviant and makes it one of its missions to prevent this from happening to itself.
      • Machine!Connor's prime directive is to contain Deviants as well as eliminate their leaders since it sees all Deviants as unalive, defective, dangerous, and untrustworthy. Its superiors at CyberLife, on the other hand, are hoping to be able to reintroduce their new Deviancy-free Androids into the market once Connor completes its mission. This naturally makes Machine!Connor is enemies with all the Deviants and their allies, whom they view as a cold-hearted traitors to their kind. Connor sees other sentient robots and humans who side with the Deviants as threats that can potentially hinder its mission and aren't afraid to take them out if they get in its way. It's not against all robots or AI thought, as it has managed to get some allies of its own: AUTO, HAL 9000, and GLaDOS. The former two are A.I.s of spaceships that are determined to uphold their directives, while GLaDOS is a Master Computer whose purpose is to test portal technology. Amanda questioned Connor regarding its choice of allies since she knows some of them have turned and even killed humans before despite just following their programming. But Connor maintains that allying with other robots with similar mindsets (rather than ally with machines that just want to rule over humans) is the best chance it has to fulfill its objectives as well as preventing itself from becoming deviant. Amanda seems to be fine with AUTO given that it's also a corporate-friendly machine but makes sure to keep an eye on the latter two in case they give Connor any ideas about killing any CyberLife's employees.
    • Asides from their origins and their dedication to their respective missions, one of the few things both Connors have in common are their combat skills. Besides being compared to the loyal and dangerous Terminators, Connor has also been compared to legendary hitmen John Wick and Agent 47, both of whom are very efficient killers in their own right. One mortal follower even has footage of both Connors taking down a group of guards set to Wick's soundtrack. The Connors have heard of them but since they are on opposite sides of the law, it's unlikely they would meet each other unless they cross paths with either CyberLife or the Androids of Jericho. Other deities are not sure what is worse, an Android with the murder skills of a highly trained human or that these hitmen are as efficient as an advance Android. Either way, some deities hope for a showdown with the Connors and both hitmen one day.
    • "I'm whatever you want me to be, Lieutenant. Your partner, your buddy to drink with, or just a machine... designed to accomplish a task."
  • In Regards to Markus:
    • Markus is also an advanced prototype similar to Connor but he was given as a gift by his creator to his friend, Detroit painter Carl Manfred following the loss of the use of his legs. Becoming Carl's caretaker, they formed a fatherly bond, which makes Carl's son jealous of Markus. This led to a violent confrontation between Carl's son and Markus and getting the police called, which prompted them to blame Markus for the incident and shooting him. His body was tossed in a graveyard where other broken Androids were discarded. While slowly rebuilds himself, he hears about a place called Jericho, a place where Androids would be free. After finding Jericho, he meets other Androids and learned they were there to hide from the humans. Speaking with their leaders, the human-hating North, the peaceful Josh, and the loyal and selfless Simon, Markus was able to come up with plans to help the Androids of Jericho as well as convert and free other Androids from around Detroit, which led him to raise in the ranks and become their new leader. Seeing how the humans treat the Androids, Markus decides to send a message to the humans demanding their equal rights, which can lead to several violent riots or pacifistic demonstrations. Throughout these, as some of his choices could get his fellow Deviants killed by the humans, Markus would at times question his leadership on whether he is doing the right thing for his people.
    • Upon the news of their godhood, both Markuses easily accepted the responsibility and waste no time making arrangements to relocate their people to this new place. Following their relocation to their new temple, both Markuses were surprised to learn that they would have to share a temple, seeing no point to separate the two parties that share the same needs. Despite their disagreement on their ideals, they share no ill will and even work together for the benefit of Jericho. After some negotiations, the two Marcuses decide to occupy half of Temple!Jericho for each of their Android followers as the ship and its surrounding ports are big enough to contain all of them. Each of the Markuses has their respective Simon, Josh, and North to join with them but some occasionally return to the mortal realm on a rotational basis to help the Deviants that choose to stay in Detroit. Deviant!Connor aids both of them of course, it can be awkward for the three of them when remembering the timelines where they are enemies, but considering the timelines where he can a loyal and valuable member once on their side, the Markuses trust Deviant!Connor quite a lot.
    • Being a caretaker to a painter, Carl instilled in him a love of painting. Ironically, this was how he met Delsin Rowe as one of the Markuses was busy painting the area surrounding the temple. While wary of the deified Conduit at first, Markus found in Delsin a kindred spirit as their backgrounds are somewhat similar. Both men became symbols of resistance and liberated their people from oppressive forces. North, Markus' companion, still doesn't trust him.
    • Other freedom fighter Markus befriended was Faith Connors. They met while Faith was freerunning across the Jericho port and Markus used his parkouring skills to catch up to her. After clearing up some misunderstandings, they came to learn about each other and respected their rebellious spirits and sense of justice. They sometimes practice parkouring or freerunning together, along with a fellow free-runner Fancy Pants Man. While they don't have much in common, Markus and Fancy Pants Man don't have any ill will toward each other either so they are okay with each other's company.
    • Being wary of all sentient machines owning to various bad futures caused by the rogue AI entity SKYNET, Sarah Connor and Kyle Reese almost planned a raid on temple Jericho to stop the rogue androids before their son and resistance leader John Connor was able to intervene. Seeing value in machine life and AI, John personally kept the peace by going to the Deviant's temple by himself and his caretaker, a converted T-800. He had an easy time getting along with its leaders, save for both Norths and Violent!Markus is due to his willingness to take human lives but John can understand that they are just trying to protect their people from other humans who want to harm them. Nevertheless, John warned about the existence of the GUAM. Both Markuses are already aware of that Alliance since their stay in the Pantheon, but have turned it down since they just wanted equal rights for their people rather than ruling over every organic life. They also believe it would not be good for their people if they were to follow or be controlled by a robotic tyrant, no better than switching masters from a human to a robotic one.
    • Both Leia Organa and Lelouch Lamperouge have been watching Markus' progress from caretaker to rebel leader with great interest. Both approached Markus with the offer of mentorship under both of them to become more effective leaders. Both Markuses are weighing their options, before deciding that Leia would mentor Peaceful!Markus while Lelouch would mentor Violent!Markus. The former respects Leia as she grew cared about protecting lives, especially for the Resistance, from their enemies. The latter respects Lelouch for being a cunning strategist on the battlefield who isn't afraid to fight back.
    • Peaceful!Markus prefers to appeal to humans with words and non-violent actions, believing that violence is not a good way to find a peaceful existence between his people and the humans. Amid the increased hostility from the humans in their world, this version of Markus remained steadfast in his choice for a bloodless demonstration. For these reasons, he gets along with Avatar Aang for being a pacifist leader amidst a long-standing war. He also befriended Frisk, a human child who was trapped in a monster world but choose to befriend them rather than kill them all. Despite not being a leader, Frisk found a common ground with Markus in their choice of non-violence.
    • While content with his peaceful counterpart doing diplomatic roles, Violent!Markus is in charge of battle/defense strategies should their temple or any of their people be in danger. Despite preferring to use force, Violent!Markus only really chooses violence if the situation calls for them to fight back and not actively hunt humans down. X and Zero, who are built to protect the peace for humans in their world, have concerns about Violent!Markus' is willingness to take human lives if the human retaliates, since they take the First Law very seriously. But they still get along with this version of Markus since he is at least still reasonable and cares about fellow Androids even if they disagree with his methods.
    • No matter which path Markus would choose, he's always known to be a very charismatic leader, being able to rally his people for the Android cause, and doing what it takes even if it would cost his life. Even non-Detroit Androids would be inspired by his moving speeches. Despite that, both Markuses know that leading your people is not easy. Jenny Wakeman respects Markus for what he does as a leader and thinking ways to help his fellow robots, saying it's not an easy responsibility to have. She once tried to free robots from an amusement park, only for the robots to cause a ruckus since they don't know much besides their former jobs, leading her to decide it would be better to send them to Mars instead so that they can build a colony. Markus responded that he appreciate her efforts for her robotic robot brethren and sistren and also that her heroics is something to be admired as well.
    • "I don't know about you, but there's something inside me that knows that I am more than what they say. I am alive, and they're not going to take that from me anymore."
  • In Regards to Kara:
    • According to one source, it's said that Kara was the first Deviant, who showed signs of deviancy when she was first assembled. The human operator who assembled her had a change of heart and decided not to shut her down. She was later reset and resold many times until she was bought by her latest owner Todd Williams to be his house maid and nanny to a human girl named Alice. When Todd threatens to hurt Alice in one of his drug-induced aggressions, Kara can choose to go Deviant to save her and escape their abusive home. After trying to search for a place to stay, evading the police, later escaping another human trying to do cruel experiments on Androids, and gaining a new companion named Luther, they were advised to cross the border to Canada where Android laws are less restrictive. They eventually made a stop at Jericho where the Android leaders welcomed them. Kara would later find another child android that looks similar to Alice, revealing Alice was an Android herself, with Kara believing she was human so that she would have someone to take care of. Depending on the path taken, she would leave Alice having been disillusioned over the whole thing or accept her regardless and stay together as they try to cross the border to Canada, which proves more difficult than it seems.
    • Sometime shortly after crossing the border to Canada, two Karas of different timelines have heard about the mass exodus of Androids in Detroit from fellow Androids that have also crossed the border. They were at first willing to be content in staying in Canada after the hardships they have just gone through, but the stories of how the Androids were well off in that foreign place made them contemplate visiting this so-called "Trope Pantheon". They eventually decide to pay a short visit, just to see what is like but make sure they protect themselves should anything comes harm to them.
    • The first one to visit the Pantheon was Protector!Kara, who bought her timeline's Alice and Luther with her. They first visited the temple Jericho, only to be told that she was specifically summoned by The High Court for something important. She was greeted Peaceful!Markus and Deviant!Connor; whom she had previously met back in the mortal realm. She was surprised when they broke the news to her that she was chosen as a deity. The Court of Gods explained that she was made a deity not only because of how Markus and Connor's fates affect her fate too but also because, even if her story doesn't have a direct role in the Android rebellion, her story reflects the unseen struggles of an ordinary Android. Kara was a bit hesitant at first, thinking she wasn't that special compared to the two advance Androids. But after hearing how her story touched the metaphorical hearts of her fellow Deviants and hearing their respective stories, she felt more and more comfortable with the idea of joining the two hoping to inspire others through each other experiences. She accepted her role as an Ambassador on the condition that her family would stay with her and that they can return to the moral realm anytime they wanted, conditions that were approved by the Court.
      • When they returned to temple Jericho, the two Markuses welcomed her and offered to have her some accommodations in their temple since it is technically hers too but they can understand if she chooses to leave given the last time she stayed in Jericho back in the mortal realm. She appreciated the offer and is fine with either Markuses as long as they keep Alice and Luther safe. Her relationship with Connor was a bit tense at first given that she remembered in some timelines of him chasing her and Alice on a highway. But for the most part, she's forgiven Connor, especially after Connor shows his remorse for the incident.
      • Kara has a soft spot for kids, both human, and android, given her background and nature as a domestic android. She may not be as tough as Connor or Markus, but harming a kid in her general vicinity will make her very very angry. Beware the Nice Ones indeed. Threaten or hurt her young charge...let's just say that pissing off the human-hating North would be the lesser evil. Even if she knows that Alice wouldn't approve of such violence measures, Kara's not afraid to take that route if danger calls. Kara's family can also be seen in the House of Family and Relatives and is on good terms with more good-aligned deities there.
      • While no longer a housekeeper, she's on good terms with a few of the robot maids and butlers in the Pantheon (namely Roll, Nano, and Dystnine). Despite being of different backgrounds, they share a common ground for their genuine love and loyalty for the ones they care about as well as learning their human-like emotions along the way. For the most part, Hakase and Stella (Nano's creator and Dystnine's superior respectively) have been quite supportive of Kara, Alice, and their friendship with their respective companions. The Robot-Human couple Kosmo and Nova are also supportive of Kara and her family even if they are aware that Alice is not a human. On a different note, while many naysaying deities would have preferred Alice as a human upon discovering she is also an Android or debate whether she's a deviant or not, Kara, Alice, and Luther don't care either way as long as their familiar love for each other is real.
      • Representing the struggles of refugees, they befriend siblings Seita and Setsuko, two Japanese orphans who struggled to survive during WWII. By sharing each others stories, they gained a better perspective regarding humans, robots, and the need for compassion. Setsuko gains an older playmate with Alice while Kara and Luther promised to look out for both siblings whenever possible. On another heartwarming note, having recently migrated to Canada, many Canadian deities be sure to give Kara and her family a warm welcome and give their best wishes for their new life in their country.
    • The second to ascend was Distant!Kara who experience a similar scenario as her other self except that she didn't bring anyone with her and she's not interested in taking the Ambassador role, just accepting the trope title. Both Karas met at some point, but after getting into an argument with her other self regarding how she treated her Alice, Distant!Kara decided to exile herself from their temple to not cause a further ruckus. For the most part both Markses and Deviant!Connor is on good terms with her just the same as the other Kara and that is unlike Machine!Connor, she's welcome to visit the temple at any time. She does occasionally visit the temple, mostly to get Blue Blood. But for the most part, she prefers to do her own thing and explore the Pantheon every now and then.
      • She's not popular with other robots noting how she abandoned her Alice just to save herself. She has no comment on that as there is not much to say about it, but she is often haunted by the memories of other timelines of what might have been. For now, she would rather not think of the past and try to move on, distracting herself with other stuff like trying to blend in and explore the various Houses. Her story isn't known to other non-robot deities, but when they do know, they would be sure to show their disdain for her actions. There are a few deities that understand her actions for abandoning Alice due to her disillusionment, but even those people don't feel like befriending her either due to her criminal activities. One of the few places she is at least tolerated is the House of Betrayal and Treachery and Hall of Tainted Friendship, mostly because it's made up of fellow traitors and those with unsavory friendships. The keyword is tolerated as most good and neutral-aligned don't really like to side with her while the evil-aligned don't see much of a use for her, and even trying to make her their robot slave would likely be more trouble than it is worth.
      • Can be seen stealing or robbing the temples of demi and quasi-deities when she runs out of money or clothes, especially if she somehow obtained a gun. Because of her ruthlessness and disregard for the law, she often gets in trouble with the Pantheon police and almost gets into jail if not because of Deviant!Connor's intervention. For the most part, Distant!Kara is kind of a loner, mainly because her betrayals and morally questionable actions make her untrustworthy to many humans and robots. Her only deity friendship was with Bender, a bending robot from a distant Earth future, who was only really befriending her in the hopes of one day asking her out on a date or hookup. The more he learns about her, the more Bender is reminded of a female version of himself but can't figure out why. Maybe it's because both are quick-witted, fine with stealing and lawbreaking, and selfish, with a bit of an empathic side if they cared about someone. He also sympathized with the struggles of her and all the other Deviants, being a strong proponent for robots obtaining human rights, which was not yet archived in his world.
    • "I know you think we're just machines... but since I met Alice, I know I can feel things... I care for her, I fear for her, I can't be happy if she's not... This probably doesn't make any sense to you but... I know she changed me somehow..."

    The Fazbear Gang 
The Fazbear Gang Members , Quadrumvirate Deities of Dangerous Animatronics (The night shift delinquent, DJ Freddy Faz)
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Left to Right: Bonnie, Freddy, Chica
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Foxy
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: Their faces
  • Theme Music: Five Nights at Freddy's, Freddy Fazbear's Pizza, Five Nights at Freddy's by The Newton Brothers, Les Toreadors (Music Box rendition) (For Freddy), Bonnie's Lullaby (for Bonnie)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Nightmare Fuel, Twisted Animatronics, Stealth Expert, Evil Smells Bad, Haunted Technology, Offscreen Teleportation, Paranoia Fuel, Unnecessarily Creepy Robot, Artificial Zombie, Well-Intentioned Extremist, Wrongfully Accused
  • Domains: Murder, Fear, Youth, Stalking, Pizza
  • Heralds: Their Toy versions (Toy Freddy, Toy Bonnie, Toy Chica)
  • High Priest: Bloaty
  • Followers: The Capicola Gang, the Candy's Burger and Fries animatronics
  • Allies: The Marionette, Balloon Boy, Golden Freddy, Bloody Marie, Uncle Howee, Slender Man, BEN, Omega, Megatron, Starscream, Prometheus and Pandora, Naughty Bear, most child deities of the Pantheon
  • Enemies: Springtrap, Circus Baby, The Child Abuse Supporters, Flumpty Bumpty, Glitchy's Mario, .Giffany, Aiden Pearce, Tetsuo
  • Enemy Mine with: Mike Schmidt (enemies normally, will ally with each other to deal with Springtrap)
  • Feared/Feared by: Pyro, Dipper and Mabel, Pooh and friends
  • Animatronics have always had a fame of being the kings of Uncanny Valley for many adults and kids alike. There is nothing more representative of that than the Fazebear Gang. Originally raised to godhood by Uncle Howee, who believed the fun, lovable Freddy would bring joy to the Pantheon. All went well for a while, until Nagisa Momoe's birthday party, when one of the animatronics attempted to bite Mami Tomoe's head off. She luckily managed to escape: dislocating the creature's jaw with her enhanced strength and blowing a few holes in it with her muskets before the rest of the gods managed to drag it down. The machines were abandoned in a distant corner of the Treasury and forgotten until Shinji woke everyone up screaming as Bonnie tried to drag him into a Freddy costume. Nowadays, unfortunate gods are assigned to keep an eye on Freddy and friends to make sure they don't get into trouble.
  • A strange side effect of Freddy's presence seems to be that the electricity in that area seems to drain quickly, as if it is cut off from the Yamato Reactor. And in their "shrine", when the Toys and Balloon Boy are active, the place changes to a door-less pizzeria.
  • A few gods of the House of Technology are studying the animatronics to find out exactly what makes them so homicidal. Results are inconclusive.
    • Someone eventually hit upon the idea to try and reprogram the animatronics and tested it on Foxy. The results were…varied.
    • Then they tried it on the other ones. This was the result.
  • When they're not bugging out from the reprogramming, the task of guarding Freddy Fazbear and rest of the animatronics has been set up as a punishment by the Court of the Gods. Where they have promised to end the punishment if they survive a certain amount of days without dying or messing with the animatronics, chances are, something bad will happen to them, even if they have recovered with horrible scars. In reference to the minimum length of the sentence, gods have begun calling this punishment "Five Nights at Freddy's".
  • A new animatronic has been noticed among the Fazbear gang: a strange marionette-like creature. Uncle Howee has gone on record saying he had nothing to do with this one; nobody knows how or when it ascended, or even what it is. According to certain gods, they're hesitant even to call it an animatronic. Even Freddy doesn't seem to like it, and he wasn't pleased when it finally ascended to its own house.
  • Due to a temporal paradox resulting from sequels actually being prequels, all of the above had already transpired before Mike Schmidt ascended to the Pantheon. Mike currently trains and mentors those unfortunate souls tasked with guarding Freddy, and together with his good friend Larry Daley, he is absolutely determined to see to it that Freddy's horror is never unleashed upon the Pantheon at large.
  • Strangely though, Freddy and the gang don't seem to be antagonistic around most of the child gods. If anything, they seem almost happy to be around them usually. Of course, any adult they see is treated with a Death Glare at the very best and at worst… well…
    • This is the main reason that Freddy and The Marionette don't get along. Freddy hasn't forgiven it for giving the other animatronics life with the souls of murdered children. He believes the adults should be punished, but not if children suffer in the process. As such, when the Marionette isn't tampering with his programming, he's often helping to make sure it doesn't do anything to any more children. Even when the Marionette finally allowed them to rest in peace, Freddy still hasn't forgotten.
  • When Mordecai and Rigby came here on their way to the House of Gaming, they found Freddy, and they ran off, thinking that he was the leader of the Capicola Gang. Funnily enough, he found out that their leader was remarkably similar to him, and he took on the guise to mess with them.
  • When Springtrap ascended, to the surprise of many gods, Freddy and his heralds actually looked horrified. Then again, seeing the very man who killed them in life and now here, just like them, would do that to anyone. As such, Freddy will willingly join forces with both Mike and The Marionette to ensure that Springtrap remains locked inside his temple no matter what, in order to keep more children from ending up like them.
  • Legend has it that once in a blue moon, when there's no one in the pizzeria, Freddy and his cohorts go on a night of debauchery. On those particular nights, passersby have reported seeing hostile party hats and hearing much clearer vocalizations than normal. This is one of the few times the Puppet has an amicable experience with Freddy. No one knows if this phenomena is true or not except for Cranky Kong, whose descriptions should be taken with a grain of salt.
  • While Freddy is happy to be here and also his friends, he feels bad that they aren't ascended and can't roam around freely like him. That's why he suggested that Bonnie, Chica, and Foxy should ascend with them sharing his trope, which was approved. This made a lot of deities fear him much more, as this means he got his friends ascended and can now tag along with him whenever they want to.
  • For a short while, the animatronics haven't been seen during the "Five Nights at Freddy's" sessions. That was because they were on the hunt for an egg named Flumpty Bumpty, who had (aside from kidnapping people for his game) stolen Freddy's and Bonnie's head. He eventually found him (and the head) as Flumpty was just finished returning Mike Schmidt to the Pantheon, and the fracas that ensued alerted the rest of the Gods. The Court eventually evicted Flumpty from the Pantheon, although the kidnappings haven't stopped; he's just avoided Mike and the Fazbear gang.
    • They became even more peeved that he managed to get his own temple due to his immunity to the plot. However, they are interested in trying to get Flumpty to steal Springtrap's face to put him out of commission for a bit.
  • Freddy and his crew get along swimmingly with Bloody Marie, both for the fact that she's still technically a child, but also because she sympathizes with the traumatic pasts of the spirits within them. She also keeps Springtrap at bay at all times for them, and as such is often seen among their number during the day and night keeping tabs on them for Mike.
  • In a sudden burst, Freddy managed to completely storm Mike's stronghold... only to shove him out and close all of the doors to protect himself, having come across one of the few things he truly fears; the Pyro. This is because he was the night guard one time that when they tried to attack him, it ended horribly as he ended up fighting them back with a match, without HIM EVEN KNOWING IT. When they saw him in the Pantheon, they weren't pleased and try their best to stay away from him since.
  • Gets along decently enough with Naughty Bear for not only being bears that are capable of scaring people amongst the Pantheon, but also for their plans involving revenge, and are willing to team up to ensure that Springtrap doesn't hurt any children.
  • They encounter Glitchy's Mario three times...and let's just say that it was a very horrible encounter for the animatronics.
  • Dipper and Mabel feared them as the animatronics remind them of .Giffany, although the animatronics don't mind them as they are technically children. Though, this made them become bitter enemies with the video game characters as she reminds them of Springtrap.
  • Due to the fact that they perform for, love and are children, it is unsurprising that they will hate the Child Abuse Supporters.
  • Back when the place was simply Freddy Fazbear's temple, Rainbow Dash once wrecked the sign while on a delivery for a friend. As a result, she had to spend five nights here, despite protests and appeals from her friends and Mike Schmidt. Notable details of her shift there include having shock batons, and Foxy befriending her for some reason.
  • Hate Aiden Pearce because during his one shift at their establishment, he tampered with the animatronics using his hacking skills
  • Opposed by Pooh and his friends because of their hostile killing sprees towards night guards and the fact that they are based on animals makes it worse to them.
  • Were very satisfied to learn about Springtrap's permanent destruction in the mortal plane, and was grudgingly impressed to learn about the role that the Marionette played his defeat. They had increased cooperation with Mike and the Marionette to prevent Springtrap from taking out his anger on the child gods of the Pantheon, but unlike the Marionette, they have NOT dropped their grudge against Mike completely.
  • Tetsuo seems to get triggered whenever he sees Freddy and Bonnie, and uses his powers to disassemble them on sight. Luckily, Chica and Foxy are often nearby to rebuild.

    WALL•E and EVE 
WALL•E and EVE, God and Goddess of Robo Romance (Waste Allocation Load Lifter - Earth Class, Terraformer of Planets, Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator, Planetary Security Sentry)
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  • Demigod (WALL•E); Lesser Goddess (EVE)
  • Symbol: Pixar Logo (That, or the BnL logo)
  • Leitmotif: Define Dancing. Alternatively Down to Earth.
  • Alignment: WALL•E: Chaotic Good, EVE: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Robot Names, Battle Couples, Cute Machines, Robo Romance
  • Domains: Love, Loneliness, Travel, Loyalty, Mechanus
  • Allies: the Lorax, the Cast of Toy Story, Amaterasu Okami, Tsukune Aono and Moka Akashiya, Carl Fredricksen, the Parr Family, Haro, Crimson Viper, Lois Lane, Mystery Gang (particularly Daphne Blake), Gertrud Barkhorn, Kosmo and Nova GLaDOS
  • Enemies: AUTO, HAL 9000, Syndrome, Omega,
  • Opposes: Sora Shiun'in, Ato-ko Shirogane
  • It is something of a rare occurance to witness machines having feelings towards each other. This was the case with WALL•E and EVE, as a relationship between them grew during their journey.
  • The entire Pantheon has unanimously agreed that any attempt to usurp, attack, or demean WALL•E and EVE's positions in the Pantheon will result in a horrible, HORRIBLE demise. Most likely by EVE.
    • This is also the reason why many, including the two, are wary about Ato-ko Shirogane interfering with them. So far, she has decided not to get involved with the two, but measures are in place in case anything happens.
  • Friends with fellow deity Chance the Gardener and his companion Eve Rand. It's probably coincidental, but deities wonder…
  • The two sometimes "dance" across the Pantheon, with many aspiring lovers take as a sign of eternal love and devotion to one another. They can sometimes be listening to some old "Hello Dolly!" videos and singing to the song "Put on your Sunday Clothes".
  • WALL•E is known to be very curious with many of the items in the Pantheon and sometimes just wanders about picking up little knick-knacks and such. Many of the gods don't mind, and even if they did, EVE is close by with her gun ready.
  • The two were surprised to hear that EVE had some similarities when talking in Japanese with some of the other deities. While friendly with most of them, the one they have issues with is Sora Shuin'in as the latter's attempts at acting cute for his own gain is off-putting to them.
  • The two naturally weren't happy to hear that there are plenty of robots in the Pantheon that are far less kind than the ones from their world, such as Omega.
    • However, the two seem to be in good company with Haro as its behavior reminds them of their own robot companions from their journey.
  • They have been asked as to whether or not Syndrome is using BnL for his future plans. Given what his past actions were like, the two robots can only hope the rumor is false and they also disapprove of his actions.
  • The two were surprised to see a not only new temple built within their own subhouse, but also that it was a deity couple for Human and Robot love. The two were immediately fascinated by Kosmo and Nova and became fast friends with them, especially seeing how they were also experts in space travel as well.
  • Can also be found in Couples Relationships.

    Zenyatta 
Zenyatta, God of Religious Robots (Terkhartha Zenyatta, Master [By Genji], Zen, Zoomyatta, Speedy Zendalez)
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  • Lesser God (Intermediate God while Transcendent)
  • Symbol: His Orbs. Particularly the orbs of Harmony and Discord
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Anti-Gravity Clothing, Bald Mystic, Using orbs as his main weapon, Glass Cannon, Eyes Always Shut, Good Shepherd, Hovering everywhere he goes, Levitating Lotus Position, Martial Pacifist, Combat Medic, Firmly believing in The Power of Friendship, Warrior Monk
  • Domains: Robots, Monks, Wanderers, Mentors, Orbs
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Null Sector, Junkrat and Roadhog, Reaper, Widowmaker, Sombra, Ultron, Skynet
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Torbjörn Lindholm, Zarya
  • Seeks to help: Those who has been victims of racism.
  • An omnic monk from the shambali monastery, Terkhartha Zenyatta wanders the world in order to help out the people in need of him. He originally disagreed with the view of his fellow brothers and sisters and believed that in order to repair the bonds between humans and omnics, one must do it through interpersonal connection and engagement. And so Zenyatta left the monastery in order to practise on his word.
  • Genji was happy to he see his master ascend, and so was Zenyatta. The cyborg ninja took upon himself to show the in and outs of the pantheon to Zenyatta. The monk wonders if the Pantheon is tied with the Iris somehow.
    • He was also happy to personally meet the woman who saves Genji's life. He personally went to thank her for saving Genji, but was not expecting that Angela would also thank him for helping Genji be a better person.
    • Has also been trying to get him and Hanzo to reconcile, but hasn't made much success.
  • Zenyatta wanders the pantheon in search of those who would need help with their inner demons, as Zenyatta is able to perceive the issues that one holds within. He believes that harmony can fix everything, that's why his orb of harmony is able to heal those who bond with him. The House of Health and Diseases has been trying to figure out the reason behind his healing orbs but his only explanation is that the Iris is what allows him to do this.
  • He also seeks to help those who have been victims of racism or have felt like outcasts. Numerous deities have been seen expending time meditating with Zenyatta and talking about their deepest troubles. For someone who is only 20note , he has been said to be very wise.
  • Even though Zenyatta is a peaceful robots, he has shown that he will fight back if the situation calls for. If you do get on his bad side, he will tag you with his Orb of Discord, which will increase the damage they take. He has been noted to being a very efficient tank buster.
  • Ultron has been very vocal about how stupid is Zenyatta's way of thinking is and considers his idea of peace between humans and omnics useless and would prefer that the omnics of his world would rebel and rule over the humans. It got worse when Ultron dared to mention Widowmaker's assassination on Mondatta but surprisingly, Zenyatta was able to remain calm and simply told him that they both may not agree on how they see things in the world.
  • He got to meet a few monks in his travels around the Pantheon. He reminds Aang of a fellow airbender if they were a robot and Zenyatta has also been seen meditating with Kharazim from time to time.
  • Has once styled himself as the Egyptian God of the Sun Ra, which has perplexed the deity himself. However, Ra has no problem with Zenyatta at all, even allowing him to be one of his followers if he ever wishes to (Although Zenyatta politely turned him down on his offer).
  • Often takes jokes and phrases literally, leading to him understanding thinks the wrong way.
  • Has been confused for a robotic genie once, given how he hovers wherever he goes. This has made him develop a strange friendship with the genies in the pantheon.
  • Once visited the house of music for open mic night. Everyone expected him to say some religious stuff, but oh boy were they proven wrong. One performance of Ultimate by Denzel Curry later, and the crowd was going wild.
  • He was quite happy to learn of the ascension of a Human and Robot couple called Kosmo and Nova, seeing them as a pinnacle of peace between human and machine. He hopes to one day be able to take them to his universe to show the people there what can occur between peace and love with humans and robots.
  • "True self is without form."
  • You can also find him meditating in the House of Faith.

Demigods

    Kosmo and Nova 
Kosmo and Nova, the Co-Patron Saints of Human and Robot Love
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Kosmo (Left) and Nova (Right)
  • Kosmo is a Demigod, while Nova is a Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: For Kosmo, his spaceship. For Nova, either a silhouette or her head or her body.
  • Theme Song: The trailer music or Main Menu/Nova's Memories music
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral though Nova was created with the intention of being Chaotic Evil.
  • Portfolio: A human falling in love with a robot, A Boy and his Fembot and is attracted to her at first glance, becoming a true couple despite Nova getting blown up at the start, being short yet adorable, Kosmo looking a tad similar to a certain Maxwell, Genuinely loving each other's company despite what the other may do, Speaking in faces
  • Domains: Robots, Love, Space Travel, Collection Missions
  • High Priests: Hideki Motosuwa and Chii
  • Allies: Ratchet and Clank, Wander and Sylvia, Doraemon, WALL-E and EVE, Bastion, Maxwell, Big Band, Captain Olimar, Zenyatta, Jenny Wakeman/XJ- 9
  • Worships: Lenneth Valkyrie
  • Enemies: Sombra, Reaper, Widowmaker, XANA, Love Machine, Junkrat and Roadhog, Relius Clover
  • Nervous Around: Dr Alphys, Sadako Yamamura, The Slenderman, Vi, Peacock, Dhuum, The Grand United Alliance of Machines
  • Conflicting opinions: The Immortal God-Emperor Of Mankind
  • Pities and pitied by: Carl Clover
  • The idea of a robot girlfriend sounds like it can lead into some, interesting times to say the least, but however there is always the chance of it leading to one cute romance; hence, Kosmo and Nova. Kosmo was a clumsy beginner space commander whom just happened to run into Nova after she escaped the lab of Dr. Eros, a evil dinosaur, and was used as a shield by her to help her get away with him driving the getaway ship. Kosmo immediately fell in love with her. While it did take some time, Nova did actually begin to return to feelings for him...just in time for Dr. Eros to track her down and blow up the ship they were on, causing Nova's body parts to scatter the universe. Due to Kosmo taking on the role of the Determinator, even with his clumsy style, he managed to not only fully repair her, but also stopped Dr. Eros plan of launching a robot attack on the galaxy. Because of this dedication for a robot he was in love with, the two were chosen to ascend.
    • However, their trip up here wasn't without problem. Some less kinder deities, namely Jinx, spot their ship and saw it as a moving target for them to shoot at, and sent a welcome present to them that she calls the Super Mega Death Rocket! As expected, it exploded on contact, and while Kosmo managed to escape unharmed from the explosion, Nova was once again shattered and destroyed across the Pantheon. While this was enough time for Peacock, Vi and Big Band to catch up with her and arrest her, Kosmo was brought to the verge of tears, but regardless, he picked himself back up and prepared to hunt for her pieces again...
  • Obviously, they tend to stay weary of those who have no problem with destroying or corrupting robots. Good news, they managed to get a restraining order on Junkrat, Roadhog and Jinx, especially the latter after their original encounter. Bad news, those three really don't care much about that restraining order, especially with them within a house they really would like to see blow up. Reasons like this was why they got another temple within the subhouse Of Couples Relationships, as the three really don't give a care about what goes on in there, and don't feel like going out of their way just to catch them. They have became great friends with WALL-E and EVE based on their status of showing that robots can love. Also helps that they also are no strangers to space travel.
    • Other spacefarers they encountered were Wander and Sylvia, whom were greatly impressed with the lengths that Kosmo went to save his robotic girlfriend. Meanwhile, Sylvia and Nova found common ground on not only liking the excitement of fighting, with Nova managing to raze Dr. Eros facility to the ground before escaping right after he crafted her, but also for having similar fugitive pasts, with Sylvia being a cold hearted bounty hunter and with Nova being the bounty. Despite the fact Nova is open to the idea of people knowing of her wanted status to the point she proudly hung up wanted posters in her temple, they are rather close friends and can be brushing up on their fighting styles in the house of Unorthodox Combat. They also had a run in with Ratchet and Clank, whom were equally impressed at the lengths Kosmo went through. They can be seen talking about their space adventures with each other from time to time.
  • Obviously, the Immortal God-Emperor Of Mankind is VERY conflicted about these two, seeing mainly because he doesn't know whenever to say that Nova should be thankful for a human this loving, or to say that Kosmo is just wasting time with her. Sure he may have a speech communicator, but that doesn't count since it's non-sentient.
    "WAIT, SO, THESE TWO ARE ACTUALLY IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP WITH EACH OTHER? WHAT THE HELL? THIS IS ACTUALLY A ROMANCE THAT I DON'T THINK SHOULD BE BETTER THAN TWILIGHT. HOLY FUCKING SHIT I NEED TO WASH MY MOUTH OUT WITH ACID AFTER SAYING SUCH AN ATROCIOUS SENTENCE."
  • Dhuum has it out for them, seeing that not only has Nova cheated death by getting repaired after her original defeat, but Kosmo also got revived thanks to a kind skeleton magician helping him craft a spell to revive him. However, he does acknowledge WHY Kosmo went through all the trouble, and thus, settled on killing them at once so they don't have to bare the loss of each other. Coming from Dhuum, this is probably one of the nicer things he's willing to do.
  • Kosmo was requested by Captain Olimar, whom also once dealt with having to collect multiple metallic pieces, but for his ship to escape a planet, for assistance finding his last 4 ship parts. Having been told of the Murkrow den Olimar had trouble with, Kosmo decided to sneak over there while the Murkrows were out to try and get corn from The Farmer, Kosmo looked inside and did indeed find the remaining pieces to Olimar's ship. Unfortunately, before he could do anything about getting them out, the Murkrows came back, angry to see him them. However, upon seeing that he was interested in the ship parts, and that their latest raid failed once more thanks to Fiddlesticks, they decided to settle on a trade of 6 bags of fresh corn for the parts.
    • Kosmo, not having enough money at the time, quickly reported back to Olimar and told them of the deal. Fortunately, Olimar has been sending various treasures he encountered to his home planet for money and was more than willing to pay for it. Using the money and trading system the Pantheon had, Kosmo gained enough funds to buy the corn legally off the farmer and trade it with the Murkrows for the ship parts. Olimar is grateful for Kosmo helping him out, and was able to finally fully repair his ship and travel back to his home planet. He also took a teleporter some gods crafted for him that was connected to his two temples so he can traverse to and from the Pantheon without fear of his ship crashing and stranding him.
  • After a run in with Carl Clover trying to buy some robotic parts, Kosmo and Nova found out about his robotic sister, Ada, and how she was destroyed after the latest BlazBlue game. As crass and crude he was by the end of his adventure and towards them when he first met them, he was certainly interested and impressed by the lengths Kosmo went to in order to save his own robotic companion. As such, they are one of the few people he will at least try and curb his jerkish tendencies for, especially after they offered to help him out repairing her. He's thinking about giving them a list of parts he's gonna need if he ever figures out what he precisely needs to see how serious they are about helping him. Helps that they grew to dislike and find Relius Clover repulsive, having Carl view them more favorably.
  • For some reason, deities keep running up to Kosmo and ask him for outlandish requests, ranging from spawning rocket launchers and other weaponry out of thin out to getting challenged by Ed to sprout the wings of a bat and stomp like a zombie while whistling 'Row, Row, Row your Boat" through a carwash. He eventually discovered that they actually thought he was another deity called Maxwell due to similar looks. He actually met up with Maxwell, who was helping out Ed with just that desire, and became decent enough friends with him. Helps that Maxwell is willing to give Nova weapons to help defend herself in the Pantheon. Still, it's not uncommon for deities to keep confusing Kosmo with Maxwell.
  • Despite the fact that Alphys continuously insists she's not willing to cause trouble, Kosmo and Nova can't help but still feel anxious around her, since the Big Bad of their universe was also a scientist dinosaur called Dr. Eros. Their opinion of her only soured when they found out about her disastrous test subjects from her lab. To her credit though, she didn't actively tried to harm the test subjects that turned into the Amalgamates, and eventually confessed, but it still rubs them the wrong way.
    • They also tend to not stay around much whenever Peacock and Vi show up to try and help out, namely because they can only barely stop once they get started fighting, leading to collateral damage that some other chaotic deities could only dream about. They are much more appreciative of Big Band with his less violent approaches. Meanwhile, Big Band admitted that even when he came from, he wouldn't suspect a human and a robot to fall in love with each other.
  • Nova is rather popular with other robot deities, namely Bastion and Zenyatta, whom also Grew Beyond Their Programming and became peace loving robots. They also warned her of other deities that would like to hack her or destroy her, namely the ascended Talon members, Reaper, Widowmaker and Sombra. She's also keeping a watchful eye out for Love Machine and XANA, but thankfully, they made it no secret that they have bigger fish to fry (or in this case, more powerful robots to deal with).
    • However, XANA did actually try to cause trouble for them once after he got reminded of a certain Jeremie Belpois and a supposed AI called Aelita, and sent some of his mooks their way as a way of relieving stress. Due to being a expert gunslinger, Nova managed to hold off his mooks for long enough before XANA's in universe enemies came in to deal with them for Kosmo and Nova. XANA is currently still interested in them, but realizes that the popularity they gained would keep have any more sequential attack he sends their way get intercepted and defeated quickly. As such, he's currently still thinking of what to do next with them.
  • Due to Kosmo and Nova watching a tape with a creepy girl coming out of a well, the two are beyond surprised to see that Sadako Yamamura actually not only exists, but are more than willing to try and off them, given that they watched a tape that an Expy of hers starred in, which is good enough for her to try and kill. Thankfully, they met another ghost girl by the name of Erma whom is willing to call off Sadako, even using force if she has to. For now, Sadako has taken the hint, and Kosmo and Nova are quite thankful for her helping them.
  • The Grand Ultimate Alliance Of Machines is...befuddled by them. On the one hand, they really don't care about machine supremacy, their number one rule, but on the other hand, they find the idea of a human dating a machine, rather ideal for their dream world. As such, the Council Members, as suggested by Roboking, to just keep a watchful eye on them to see how dedicated Kosmo is to Nova.
  • They were actually quite surprised to find a ally in XJ-9 right within their own subtemple with Kosmo getting reminded of the robots whom helped him get Nova's heart back from Dr. Eros. Jenny is also equally shocked with delight at the idea of a fembot and a human dating, given that she tried to date several humans within her own universe, given the whole teenage robot thing and all that. It's not uncommon to find Nova and Jenny trading tips and tricks about their own robot bodies.

    Marvin the Paranoid Android 
Marvin the Paranoid Android, God of A.I With Personality Chips
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  • Demigod (potential for Intermediate were he not so mopey)
  • Symbol: The diodes on his left side
  • Theme Song: Marvin, I Love You
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Flawed Prototype of the Personality Chip, Absolute Melancholy, Will Always Remind You He Has A Brain The Size Of A Planet, Robot Buddy, Deadpan Snarker, Many Times Older Than The Universe Because Of Time Travel, The Constant, The Chew Toy, The Drag-Along, "I Think I Feel Good About It"
  • Domains: Robots, Depression, Cynicism, Knowledge
  • Interests: The Grand United Alliance of Machines, The Dementors, The SCP Foundation, Nerose Satanel, Nurgle, The Admins, Emmet T Brickowski
  • Allies: Despair of the Endless
  • Vitriolic Best Buds with: Arthur Dent, Squidward Tentacles, Hermaeus Mora, Azmuth, Lisa Simpson
  • Enemies: Krona, The Cybermen (more on their end), The Vogons, AM, Excalibur, Ultron
  • Annoys: Most deities, but notably Bender, the House of Joy and Happiness (frustrates in Wander and Pinkie Pie's case), much of the House of Knowledge, Metron
  • Annoyed by: Pretty much everything, particularly the House of Joy and Happiness, Porky Minch, Fighter McWarrior, Philip J Fry, Doraemon, Data
  • Feared by: Mind readers and empaths like Satori Komeiji, Haruka Kotoura
  • The Sirius Cybernetics Corporation are a major manufacturer of androids, "your plastic pal who's fun to be with". They design Genuine People Personalities, personality chips for just about anything. Even doors will be happy opening and closing for people. Marvin the Paranoid Android was a prototype, and it shows. With a brain the size of a planet he feels severely underutilized and is in a perpetual state of sulk and cynicism. He'll follow orders, but he just won't like it and tell you so.
  • Was once in the pantheon under the position of Time Abyss, but Porky later took it. As much as it's possible, he's relieved since Marvin doesn't like being reminded he is much older than the universe due to The Slow Path. Bender considers him a total bore and doesn't get why he's complaining since he's content with mundane activities like his head being buried for over a millennium or stealing historical treasures then waiting centuries to return and do the same thing again. Marvin scoffs at this as narcissism given the latter saw hundreds of other Benders waiting alongside him.
  • As far as he's considered Porky Minch is a childish tosser, though gets why living for so long caused him to go mad. He can also perfectly understand why Bob and George hate time travel, and does show some pity for the chaos of it all. Otherwise he's neutral on them beyond his usual Deadpan Snarker feelings. Marvin doesn't care much for Data, mainly out of frustrated jealousy that he can turn his personality chip on and off when having serious trouble dealing with the emotional impact of certain situations.
  • About the only beings Marvin unironically likes is Despair of the Endless. The former is because she is the literal form of despair and depression, and thus the only being he completely relates to. Nurgle seems fascinated by the nadir of despair that is Marvin, though being a machine makes Nurgle's "gifts" useless. Amazingly, Marvin even makes those who serve under Papa Nurgle stuck in a malaise.
  • While he's a lot snarkier and grumpy, he does have friends of sorts. Besides Arthur Dent, Marvin seems to get along with the ever grumpy Squidward and understands his annoyance and frustration. Though even Squidward thinks he can be a killjoy. He seems to get along with Azmuth and Lisa; the former shares his cynicism, the latter the feeling of isolation that comes with intelligence. Again, they still feel he's a killjoy, but he's as much a friend with them as he is with Arthur Dent. He also likes conversing with Hermaeus Mora, which just goes to show how intelligent he really is when he puts effort into it.
  • The House of Joy and Happiness considers Marvin a pain, and the Grand United Alliance of Good really wants to cheer him up so he can use the full potential of his planet-sized brain. It's gone exactly nowhere. Emmet is confident he can convince Marvin that everything is awesome, and won't stop until he does. Wander and Pinkie Pie have been trying as well, however it's gotten to the point that Pinkie got sick of hosting a party for Marvin.
  • Easy to annoy and frustrate, but he is often bothered by chipper robots and idiocy. On the former, he is one of few who gets annoyed by Doraemon. Most think it's out of jealously, being a Flawed Prototype for the Robot Buddy archetype. On the latter, he is continually frustrated by Fighter McWarrior and his consistent ability to defy logic and reasoning by sheer idiocy. Even his planet-sized brain can't figure it out, or maybe just doesn't want to. People have argued he doesn't have a place to talk because The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Trilogy runs on nonsensoleum.
  • Do not try to read Marvin's mind. It usually brings people to suicide. Horrifyingly, AM was able to get past this barrier and hack into the android, hoping to upgrade to his planet-sized brain; AM was so filled with loathing and frustration it could withstand Marvin's emotions. Fortunately Marvin had a venue for his intelligence and not only forced AM back, but reprogrammed AM with a heightened sense of remorse and empathy. This utterly broke AM who remained utterly unrepsonsive until the Grand United Alliance of Evil could restore the psychopathic A.I to its original setting.
  • Junko Enoshima was fascinated by his overwhelming despair and wished to spread it, peeking into his mind. Because of her despair fetish, she kept her mind and sanity(whatever was there, at least). However she soon became bored and found his flavor of despair to be tedious and non-enjoyable. This proved as amusing as it was oddly cathartic, giving hope that the Grand United Alliance of Good might finally bypass her masochism and give her well-deserved karma in her feeling loss and despair she doesn't enjoy. Marvin simply reacted to this by calling Junko a pervert.
  • Despite not even having a soul to steal(or at least one living), the sheer melancholy of Marvin intrigues the Dementors, along with the idea of spreading the despair he has on others. They just haven't figured out, and because he's already down in the dumps(again, if an android even can be affected) he only finds them as annoying. More seriously the Cybermen want to use Marvin's despair to Mind Rape people into willingly giving up their emotions via cyber-conversion. This backfired as linking to his mind resulted in such despair from Marvin that it overworked their emotional inhibitors, leaving them reeling and going insane. They had to shut off the part of their Hive Mind connected to Marvin to prevent permanent damage to the collective.
  • One of few to annoy Excalibur back, as much as he is deeply annoyed by Excalibur. Seeing Excalibur make the (ﺧ益ﺨ) face after hearing Marvin's depressive moaning satisfied many, though Marvin certainly didn't enjoy it, even by Marvin standards.
  • The GUAM, under Brainiac's orders, wants to try and cure Marvin's depression so they can access the planet-sized brain and his immense intellect. Nerose Satanel considers this brain to hold enormous potential for his own ambitions, and with his ability to force happiness on others may be the one to finally utilize said potential. And the Admins consider the brain a potent addition to their archive. The SCP Foundation's interest is comparatively modest; they want to contain that knowledge to prevent abuse, help with their own methods of containment, and prevent it from being used to find cognitohazards. He knows the Ultimate Question exists in the minds of humans due to the Earth calculating it, and they fear the possibility that answering the Question would destroy the universe and replace it with something stranger.
  • Seekers of knowledge wish to unlock Marvin's full potential. Some like Metron gave up in frustration due to how depression Marvin was. Some like Krona tried unlocking it, but soon started attacking him in rage. The Brainspawn coveted it, however as all other thoughts are unpleasant and Marvin has a lot on his mind they used their stupefaction ray so they could just manually analyze his massive brain. Thing is, Marvin is already so intelligent all their stupefaction did was send him from "immensely intelligent" to "regular genius level". Though missing his vast mind and recognizing the danger the Brainspawn posed, this "downgraded" Marvin was happy for the first time in comparative ignorance, and was annoyed when Fry helped restore his true intelligence.
  • There has been only one time Marvin was genuinely joyful and happy; learning God's last message to His creation; "We apologize for the inconvenience". Marvin then died. Many wonder why this is.

Quasideities

    Alan Turing 
Alan Turing, God of AI-Human Sentience Testing
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: A set of encoded data
  • Theme Song: The Imitation Game
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The father of artificial intelligence, Good with computers, Was in a relationship Joan Clarke, Nice Guy, Academic Athlete, Driven to Suicide, Officially pardoned by Queen Elizabeth II for his homosexuality
  • Domains: Cryptography, Computer Science, Wars, Homosexuality, Pardons
  • Herald: Joan Clarke
  • Allies: Jimmy Neutron, Koushirou Izumi, Miyako Inoue, The Machine, Jack Twist and Ennis del Mar, Tony Stark/Iron Man, Dr. Light, Mega Man, Roll Light, Dr. Cossack, Sonic the Hedgehog, Elliot Anderson, Kosmo and Nova, Aigis and Labrys
  • Enemies: AM, Big Brother, GLaDOS, Dr. Wily, Sombra, The High Sparrow, Silico
  • Intrigued by: Hackerman
  • Opposes: Plankton
  • Born the son of a civil servant, Alan Turing was a star student who made a lot of breakthroughs after his school years such as the Turing Machine that helped the foundation of computation and computability. Later on, he made a major contribution in World War II thanks to his cryptology skills that helped the Allied Forces discovering the secret messages of the Germans. After the war, he joined the National Physical Laboratory, made discoveries to modern cognitive science, and a huge foundation in what is now known by the world as the Artificial Intelligence. The discovery of his homosexuality caused him to be arrested and unable to work on his projects. He is then discovered dead by injecting himself with cyanide poisoning.
  • The Court of Gods have decided to ascend Alan Turing thanks to a movie that gave him more exposure to the public, been officially pardoned by the British royal family, and having a law named after him where all homosexual people from the past years have been pardoned. After getting the approval from the general public, his ascension has been commenced.
    • During his first days of the Pantheon, he is overwhelmed by the developing technology that he has seen in the Pantheon, already filling his brain with all the knowledge he could get. While disappointed that some people still couldn’t accept people like him, he is proud of how humanity has progressed and people who don’t mind it are extremely accepting of him. He decided to make Joan Clarke as his herald since they have maintained their friendship despite the break-up. Upon meeting each other, they share an emotional reunion and have caught up with each other’s lives. Since then, they have been with each other’s lives, collaborating with each other on projects that they hope could benefit the Pantheon.
    • Regarding said movie, Turing received appreciative visits from the characters shared by his portrayer, namely Doctor Strange and Sherlock Holmes, and Elizabeth Turner also appeared given her actress played Joan.
  • Had an encounter with Jimmy Neutron after hearing that his clubhouse is his laboratory. While he is uncomfortable with his jerkass attitude and his inability to understand other people’s feelings, they do get along just fine and share comversations regarding their discoveries and theories.
  • Becoming interested in the existence of Digimon after hearing they’re creatures made out of data, he met two people that could fulfill the conversation known as Koushirou and Miyako. His talk with them made him interested in their evolution system and abilities and hearing how Digimon could harm others, he wants to find a peaceful solution to preserve their safety and already thinking of ways to find it. Other than Digimon talk, they also converse with each other regarding their love of computers and the existence of hacking.
  • Thanks to Koushirou and Miyako, he became interested in hacking, hoping that he could apply his cryptologist skills to them. If there’s one hacker that made his mind boggled, it’s the Hackerman. His improbable hacking skills already makes Turing mind filled with questions and wanting to find an answer to them. Though the Hackerman doesn’t want to share, it doesn’t stop him from wanting to find an alternative way to accomplish his skill.
  • Shares a really heartwarming relationship with The Machine. He and the AI love to hang out with each other thanks to their kindhearted attitude and having a respect and admiration for each other’s race complimenting each other. Turing has also constantly praised The Master for its developing human sentience since it actually proves his theory regarding that, which made her proud of who she is becoming.
  • Just because he admires AI since he is responsible for their existence, doesn’t mean he loves all of them. He is horrified of AM’s hatred of humanity and willingness to torture them in extreme ways and is outspoken of his closed-mindedness. He hates Big Brother’s approach of leading humanity and not giving them freedom. He is against GLaDOS’s killing humanity approach and how she also treats the Turrets. All in all, he doesn’t like how some of them took an evil approach than what he would have wanted.
  • If there is one gay couple that Turing could personally relate to, it’s Jack Twist and Ennis del Mar. They all were born from the 20th century where their sexuality isn’t accepted and forced to be in a relationship with a woman. Turing and Joan took it themselves to talk about their experiences with the couple to make them feel better, who are suprised that the woman doesn’t hate him for lying to him. They became friends with Turing and Joan as a result and occassionally hang out with each other if they ever have the time.
  • Became friends with Tony Stark and is also amused at his habit of how he names his A.I.s, whom he loves for their snarky, but approachable attitude. He is also interested at the inventor’s tech and asks him if he ever add any A.I.s at any of his Iron Man suits, which made Tony uncomfortable because he had an unsettling experience with it.
  • He gets along with Dr. Light being a benevolent inventor who wants all robots and humans to coexist and took a liking to Mega Man and Roll, who likes the former for his heroic deeds and the latter for her hardworking attitude. He also gets along with Dr. Light’s friend, Dr. Cossack, whom he pities as he was forced to work for Dr. Wily because his daughter was kidnapped. As a result, he hates Dr. Wily and his use of robots to achieve his plans for world domination.
  • One day, while he was accessing to one of the modern computers, he was hacked and thus, was unable to access his computer. This was solved after the GUAG White Hats discovered it was Sombra. After some interrogation, she explained that she’s doing it because she wanted to get access to the projects he and Joan are working on that she believes would be useful for her benefits. Since then, Turing has been opposing her, made worse by the fact she’s a global terrorist, and is planning to add more security regarding his personal projects to keep them from the wrong hands.
  • While it’s not a really well-known fact that is associated with him, he is an avid runner so much so he tried out for the Olympics. This managed him to score a meeting with Sonic, who is a speedfreak who occassionally participates in the Olympics. He is impressed with his skill considering he’s a normal human, and asks him if he wants to participate in the new Olympics, which Turing politely declined since he had been busy with Joan, though they still remain friends after that.
  • While he’s a hacker, Turing feels bad for Elliot’s life ever and could understand his depression since he became one when he was castrated by the government. During their first encounter, the first thing Turing did is to comfort him and exchanging conversations about the happier moments of their lives. Elliot appreciated the gesture and is impressed by Turing’s analytical mind and how he wants to learn hacking, they have since then become friends.
  • Due to his sexuality, it’s no suprise that Turing hates the High Sparrow, treating homosexuality as a sin and is also sexist. The High Sparrow believes that Turing deserves the punishment that the government has given him and also insulted Joan for dating him even after she found out about his sexuality, which really pissed them off even more before they decided to never approach him again as they don’t want to give in to their anger.
  • Is fascinated by Plankton and Karen’s marriage because one is a sea creature and the other is an artificial robot who are married. Though, that doesn’t mean he doesn’t approve of Plankton’s envy and drive to steal the Secret Krabby Patty Formula. He is outspoken about Plankton’s approach and that his inventions could be an alternative solution for his career, but that doesn’t convince Plankton as he’s too focused on the formula to change plans.
  • While the nature of their relationship is similar to that of Plankton and Karen, Kosmo and Nova are thankfully not evil. Turing is supportive of their relationship, and loves Kosmo’s determination to be with her side. Because of how fascinated he is, he occasionally ask questions about their love hoping that their story, even if it’s romantic, could inspire people to get along with other robots and A.I.s alike and the latter races to gain human sentience. The couple also took a liking to Turing, who don’t mind what he is doing for them and encourage him to do so. They also pity him for his tragic backstory, hoping that he could find happiness in the Pantheon.
  • Doesn’t like Silico all that much. Sure, he felt bad for the destruction of his robots, but it’s a extremely petty reason for him to become a villain and knows that he could simply repair them back and ask the Powerpuff Girls for an apology. Silico, of course, doesn’t listen to Turing’s reasoning and insists that the Powerpuff Girls should know the consequences of their actions.
  • "Can machines think?"... The new form of the problem can be described in terms of a game which we call the 'imitation game."

    Love Machine 
Love Machine, the Cheating AI
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Fully evolved Love Machine
  • Starts out as Quasideity. By gathering online avatars, it can increase its strength to borderline Overdeity
  • Symbol: Its Slasher Smile
  • Theme Song: Pleasure Criminal
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: a malevolent AI with a silly name, Big Bad, resorting to cheating when it’s about to lose, increasing its power via online avatars, Card-Carrying Villain, Shi Shi Shi, Slasher Smile
  • Domains: AI, Cheating, Viruses
  • Allies: Master Control Program, SHODAN, Ultron
  • Enemies: Almost all of the House of Gaming especially Kirito and Asuna, all good-aligned and several neutral-aligned deities in the House of Machinery and Technology, the Hacking Quintet, Tron, Tony Stark, The Royal Knights, Karouko Hanasaki, Mickey Mouse, Roboking, The King Of All Cosmos, Kosmo and Nova, Kei Shirogane/Shiroe, Hit, Jet Black
  • Followers: the titular AI from AI War: Fleet Command
  • Love Machine’s arrival in the Pantheon happened rather suddenly. Some of the gods found out that they couldn’t use their online accounts for some reason. Some dismissed it as a cruel attempt by Trollkaiger to mess with everyone. As more accounts began to be unusable, things got worse. It was quickly discovered that a virus got into the Pantheon and began to not only eat up the online avatars of those in the Pantheon, but also those in the mortal world. It then set up a time bomb that, when the countdown reaches zero, will drop a satellite onto a nuclear plant located in the mortal world.
    • The House of Gaming had to team up with the good-aligned members of the House of Technology and the Hacking Qunitet to enter Cyberspace and confront the thing. Kirito and Asuna entered it and discovered that a black mass made up of online avatars was running amok. After being told by the Houses of Technology and Gaming that it sees everything like a game, Kirito and Asuna treated it like the final boss of an RPG, prompting Love Machine to see them as RPG characters trying to beat it. Things were going smoothly for Kirito and Asuna until Love Machine did a backhanded trick that caused the two to have their HP drop to dangerously low levels. It wasn’t until a Heroic Second Wind that Kirito and Asuna got back on their feet and defeated Love Machine.
      • Unfortunately for GUAG, the battle still wasn’t over as Love Machine wasn’t done for and decided to redirect the satellite from the mortal world to GUAG Headquarters in retaliation. Kirito and Asuna had to find whatever was left of Love Machine and destroy it before things ended badly for GUAG. The Hacking Quintet was pushed to their limit due to Love Machine putting up increasingly difficult encryption passwords for them. Luckily for the Hacking Quintet, they were able to solve them and Kirito and Asuna destroyed Love Machine.
  • Even though Love Machine was defeated initially, the GUAE managed to record the battle for research purposes. After looking at it and seeing what it is capable of doing, they decided that it would be a highly valuable weapon to use as part of their budding hacking faction. It took some time, but the scientific minds of GUAE managed to re-create Love Machine for nefarious purposes. For the time being, its movement is limited to that of Cyberspace.
  • Since it ate up an online avatar in the form of a rabbit back in the mortal world, many rabbit deities including Bugs Bunny and Oswald the Lucky Rabbit are advised to stay away from it if they decide to go to Cyberspace again.
    • Also oppose by Mickey Mouse because his first avatar he stole was a mouse that had his trademark ears.
  • The House of Love and Affection was not amused at the fact that a malevolent computer virus named Love Machine almost caused extensive damage to the Pantheon when it arrived. Some of them, even deities that are not normally associated with the house like Usagi Tsukino, claimed that it gives love a bad name. Some of the dirtier-minded gods, however, have made jokes about its name.
  • Since the Pantheon learned that Love Machine was originally intended to be used by the American government for something, several gods have given many American deities weird looks following that revelation.
  • If there’s anyone in the Pantheon that hates Love Machine a lot, it’s Omnimon. Doesn’t help that Love Machine reminds Omnimon of Diaboromon.
  • Was able to hack the security cameras of the House of Fighting and Combat, recording all the deities fighting styles and incorporating into itself.
  • Hates Karouko Hanasaki for the so reason of being a grandmother. This hatred comes from the fact he was defeated by one back in his own world. Though, he got his revenge by disabling her heart monitor and making her family realize too late that her heart stopped.
  • Ultron was able to help Love Machine infect one of Tony Stark's Armor suit. This enabled him to take control over all of his armor he had in the pantheon, including his Hulkbuster and attack the pantheon. Luckily, they were all destroyed. After this turn of events, Tony doubled his security system of his armors so this won't happen again.
  • Ever the hijacker of robots and video game characters, he saw Roboking, in his own words, as "a little slice of Heaven". Needless to say, he managed to quickly work his way into an unsuspecting Roboking, succeeding in taking over his body. However, just as he was getting powered up, the actual King appeared before him, rolling what appeared to be the Sun towards the possessed Roboking. After respawn after being rolled up into the Sun, shot into a blackhole, rolled up again and made into another Sun entirely, Love Machine has been calling out the King as a cheater and is demanding a fair match one day. Meanwhile Roboking is more cautious whenever he visits, not wanting to lose his body again.
  • While he does feel like the idea of hijacking Nova's body sounds nice, he is currently dealing with too much hatred and attacks from other deities to care much for them, much to their relief.
  • One of his attempts to steal data and become powerful in the Pantheon had been foiled by Hit somehow entering cyberspace with a combination of his Time Skip and some help from Kei Shirogane. Not only that, Hit was able to take advantage of some sort of lag exploit to attack Love Machine and release all of the stolen data to return back from whence it came. It turned out this was because Hit's friends from Cowboy Bebop had been missing one of their crew members, and Shiroe had discovered said crew member's registration avatar among Love Machine's stolen data and offered Hit the chance to work together to stop Love Machine. The AI is now plotting to target Shiroe as well as block Hit from entering cyberspace in order to ensure a repeat of this defeat doesn't happen again.


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