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Greater Gods

    Might and Magic 
Dia, Lucina, Darvan and Bran, Quartet Gods of Gaining Advantage over their Elemental Weaknesses (Group Name: Might & Magic; Members: Dianote , Lucinanote , Darvannote  and Brannote )
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Inferno Princess Dia with herald Grazool behind her
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Aqua Pura Lucina
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Impenetrable Darvan
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Blaze Guru Bran
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    Vaal Hazak 
Vaal Hazak, Dragon God of Maximum HP Reduction (Corpse Coat Dragon, Keeper of Hades)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: Its Hunter Icon
  • Theme Song: Keeper of Hades - Vaal Hazak
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Animalistic Abomination, Non-Malicious Monster, Lightning Bruiser, Invokes imagery of a Dracolich, Nested Mouths, Meaningful Name, Utilizes the Effluvium such as raising small monsters, Immune to the Water Element
  • Size: 1843.95cm - 2577.34cm
  • Domains: Dragons, Miasma, HP Reduction, Ecosystems
  • Allies: The Nameless King, The Nature Preservers, Paarthurnax, Ash Ketchum
  • Presides over: The Rotten Vale
  • Rivals: Sindragosa, Zhaitan
  • Commonality Connection: Gore and Shagaru Magala
  • Enemies: Miraak, Gwyn, Gravelord Nito, Ornstein and Smough, Acnologia, Abusive Precursors, Nurgle, Albert Wesker, William Birkin, Typhus, Grima
  • Source of Interest for: The House of Science
  • Opposed by/Opposes: The Monster Hunters, The Hunter, the Dragonborn and other dragonslayers, House of Fire & Heat
  • Taking one good look at the necropolis that is the Rotten Vale, you may think to yourself that no creatures there would ever survive. Staying a while, and assuming you're careful when traversing the place, you can find a bunch of monsters that make their home there in spite of the inhospitable conditions. And deep within the pits of the Rotten Vale, usually underneath a large mound of rotting flesh, lives an Elder Dragon just as dead looking as the environment it sustains. The Corpse Coat Dragon, Vaal Hazak. With an almost supernatural control over the miasma that blankets the deeper parts of the Rotten Vale, this Elder Dragon made itself known to the Pantheon after its very own signature haze started blanketing the House of Slaughter. While lesser creatures that happened to roam there went berserk, the House of Investigative Work looked into what was causing it. Having done their own research in the New World, and fully understanding who's behind it all, the Monster Hunters lead various deities to the deeper parts of the House until they found the monster itself roaming around. They managed to relocate it through bringing over its proper biome, after fighting it of course, and had to ascend it in the process.
  • Before you ask, no. While it most certainly looks dead, and is capable of bringing dead monsters back to life with the Effluvium, and it no doubt invokes the idea of a Dracolich it is not actually one. Believe or not, it is just as much as a living creature as any other monster, even as an Elder Dragon. Part of its appearnce comes from actually wearing the hide of another monster to cover for its weakness to the Dragon Element. Not to mention its "necromancy" is more of the bacteria puppeting around the small monsters and doesn't seem to be able to control larger monsters. When it comes to the Dracoliches in the Pantheon, Vaal's relationship with them isn't exactly positive. Compared to them, the Elder Dragon isn't at all malicious or as destructive.
  • Normally, contact with the Effluvium slowly drains one's health overtime until you get out of it or repel the surrounding fog with fire. Contact with Vaal's Effluvium is not only much more condensed despite dispersing faster, but being in Vaal Hazak's Effluvium may have the chance of cutting your health in half, which can be very crippling especially if you got it as its shooting a stream of gas at you where you're quick to fall in battle. Even if you avoid being hit after being afflicted, there's still the chance of it absorbing back the Effluvium from those who have it as a means to replenish itself and damaging its opponents. As an Elder Dragon that utilizes a unique biological status, it earned some comparisons to Gore and Shagaru Magala. While the two have little reason to be near each other, many believe they could hit it off if they did meet.
  • As an Elder Dragon, Vaal Hazak likely witnessed or has at least knows about the Ancient Civilization and their atrocities involving Elder Dragons such as the conception of the Equal Dragon Weapon. While not as vindictive towards humanity now and won't attack them on sight lest provoked, unlike the Fatalis trio, it's a very bad idea to even be associated with Abusive Precursors or really do anything that isn't any different from the Ancient Civilization like treating it as nothing but something to be used. Examples include Arthas wanting to turn Vaal Hazak into an actual Dracolich, one the Lich King believes to have a much greater potential in becoming a Frost Wyrm than any other. When it comes to its powers, Miraak wants to gain control of it, planning to use its hazardous vapors to kill off pretty much everyone that tries to defy him but has butted heads with Bowser who also wants in on Vaal Hazak's power, having brainwashed the Ruined Dragon before. The likes of Albert Wesker, Typhus, and Nurgle also wish to utilize it in their future machinations.
    • Speaking of the Equal Dragon Weapon, it at first didn't realy care much of Grima despite both being supposed undead dragons other than the fact its a destructive entity, but after discovering it is an artificial dragon created by a foolish human alchemist that would soon usher in a potential Bad Future in its world, Vaal Hazak quickly became enemies with the Fell Dragon. The mere sight of Grima's Risen is enough to stir Vaal Hazak into a frenzy.
  • While Elder Dragons are shown to be much more intelligent than a majority of other monsters outside of their classification, Vaal Hazak deserves a special mention for wearing the hide of another monster to cover for its weakness to the Dragon Element, which is a good indicator of a monster's intelligence as its damage is affected by how intelligent its target is. Another mention goes to it resting in areas that are incredibly hazardous to its attackers, such as pools of acid.
  • Vaal's presence in the Pantheon has resulted in other unfavorable attention from other deities. It being a dragon the likes of Gwyn, Nito, Ornstein, and Smough all have it against Vaal Hazak due to their experiences with the Everlasting Dragons and are insistent at putting it down despite its influence towards the environment while Acnologia looks down upon Vaal due to its role of sustaining both the Rotten Vale and by extension the Coral Highlands, seeing it as nothing but aiding those lesser than dragons. It's safe to say Vaal Hazak has a frigid relationship with all dragonslayers, most notably the Dragonborn although Paarthurnax is working on recitfying such a relationship. A dragon Vaal may be, slaying it will do more harm than good.
  • Vaal Hazak's name derives from the Warrior Heaven Valhalla which obviously refers to its affinity with death, and the Semitic God Baal or what many better know as Beelzebub which refers to its rather unpleasant nature as a deathly Elder Dragon. No relation to the Beelzebub aside from that.
  • There are those who wish to study the Elder Dragon for more benevolent purposes in the Pantheon, however. When it comes to its symbiotic relationship with the Effluvium, the House of Science couldn't let that mystery be and has tried looking into it further, helping out the Monster Hunters with the research. Vaal Hazak tolerates it to an extent, but if it senses anything wrong it'll spray Effluvium on those who threatened it.
  • May or may not have a sore spot for those well versed in the Ansatsuken such as the likes of Ryu, Ken, and Gouken.
  • Considering its importance to the ecosystem of the Rotten Vale, it can't really leave to interact with the rest of the Pantheon. Even being stirred can potentially have disastrous results on the very necropolis it presides over. And considering the nature of the Rotten Vale itself, few have any good reason to go deep enough to peacefully interact with it. The Nameless King is among that few to ever do such a thing, but if he does it's usually to just appease it so that it doesn't ruin everything. It may change when Gwyn, his father who disowned him, and his forces actually try to start something with the Elder Dragon. Researching into the Great Dragon War and the events that lead up to it seemed to cut something deep, the Nameless King not wanting to think about if the same fate befell the King of the Storm were it to interact with the Ancient Civilization. Aside from him, the Nature Preservers also are willing to watch over and defend Vaal Hazak for its role, as morbid it may be. Death and decomposition is still natural, after all.
    • There was one time were Umbrella Corporation's Mooks disturbed the Elder Dragon in a failed attempt to capture it. After wiping them all out, it was forced to exit the Rotten Vale after Bowser and his forces decided to use this opportunity to try and control Vaal Hazak, but they were quickly halted by the Nature Preservers. Miraak meanwhile took to pursuing Vaal Hazak but ended up encountering the Dragonborn while they were on to pacifying Vaal. Given their history, they prioritized fighting each other while the Elder Dragon escaped. Vaal Hazak ended up being convinced to stop by the likes of Ash Ketchum after he saw it moving around the Pantheon and attempted to befriend it like he did with other Legendary Pokémon. Seeing the trainer harbor no ill intent, Vaal Hazak soon calmed down and was soon brought back to the Vale.
  • Considering the amount of comments regarding various things as "the Dark Souls of X", many are inclined to believe Vaal Hazak is a product of all of those comments coagulating into a physical being. Its presence has also earned some comparisons to Bloodborne and while it's no Eldritch Abomination, the Hunter is ready to subdue Vaal should it try to start trouble. Vaal's use of Effluvium also makes people think it's just weaponizing vaping.

Intermediate Gods

    Brachydios 
Brachydios, God of Powerful Elements (Crushing Wyvern, Brachy, Bracchi, Bura, Dios; Raging Brachydios: Critical Brachydios, Critical Brachy, Nuclear Brachy)
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Raging Brachydios 
  • Theme Song: Brave Icon
  • Rank: Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The hunter's guild's icon for both versions
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Theropods with Developed Forelimbs, Exploding Slime, Agile Destructive Creatures, Very Good Jumper, Resists Explosions for Defensive Reasons
  • Domains: Slime, Explosions, Combat, Monsters
  • Size: 1339.18cm-1902.213cm
  • Rivals: the Ghostbusters
  • Opposes/Opposed by: The Monster Hunters, the Houses of Water & Moisture, Ice & Cold and other deities that can use water and ice attacks
  • The world of Monster Hunter has various monsters that are classified by elements. They include water, fire, thunder, ice, and dragon. Slime is another element and compared to the others, it is very powerful as it does well against other elements and can explode. Brachydios is a monster that is capable of using such element. Obviously, it's one of the more powerful monsters that's out there.
  • It was briefly in the Pantheon at one point Having a Blast (pun intended). However, it disappeared not long after, with its title taken by Solf J. Kimblee. It later resurfaced in the Pantheon, this time, with the title of Infinity +1 Element as the Court of the Gods noticed how powerful the slime element is in its home universe.
    • Ironically enough, the Slime element was later changed to the Blast element.
  • The Brachydios is allowed to roam free throughout the House due to the fact that attempts to physically quarantine the beast end with smoldering debris of the containment walls, ruined environments, and the fact that casual layabout of its slime puddles turns any territory of the beast into a minefield. To prevent outright destruction, restraining teams are called in to engage and subdue the beast on a regular basis.
    • Members of the Houses of Combat! and Weapons regularly volunteer themselves for these restraining teams to test their abilities against one of the more formidable species in the House of Beasts. Only the most powerful return on their own feet, and even then they tend to be covered in scorch marks from slime charges.
    • In the times they volunteer for the restraining team, the House of Friendship tackle the Brachydios en masse, and are markedly more successful due to heightened coordination between members.
      • Any members of selected restraining teams that are capable of using water and ice attacks seem to have an easier time dealing with this monster.
  • The secretions of the Brachydios are being tested for military applications due to its unique explosive properties. Restraining teams are ordered to bring in any samples they manage to salvage from it when it is subdued.
  • There was an incident where Makoto Nanaya unleashed the Planet Crusher on the Brachydios, causing the fragments of the shattered moon to explode from slime dispersion. She is allowed to continue facing the beast, but was lectured on the consequences of using that particular move on that particular monster at great length.
  • Compared to the other Brute Wyverns, this one doesn't use it's head for attacking. Instead, it relies on its fists. The House of Knowledge is still trying to figure out why that is the case.
  • A variant known as the Raging Brachydios has been seen roaming the Pantheon. The fact that this version's slime explodes faster (and is more volatile as such) has made restraining this monster more difficult than doing the same things against the regular kinds.
  • Given that the Ghostbusters have dealt with slime before, they are among those who are called in to deal with the monster. They have mentioned that taking on this creature is more of a challenge compared to taking on ghosts.
  • The wyverns have been aggressive to the point of invading the temples of other large monsters to try and claim the territory as their own. The attempts haven't been successful for the time being, due to restraining teams having to drive Brachydios out.
  • Also has a spot in Elements & Nature Other.

    The Scout 
The Scout, God of Double Jumps (Scoot, Ass Pancakes, Jeremy)
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    Usalia 
Usalia, Goddess of Damage Reduction (Toto Bunny Overlord, Overlord Usalia)
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Lesser Gods

    Jun Manjoume 
Jun Manjoume, God of Useful Useless Items (Chazz Princeton, Thunder, The Chazz)
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    Madeline (Celeste
Madeline, Goddess of Mountain Climbing Journeys and the Air Dash (Celeste)
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"Badeline" 
  • One can find a PICO-8 computer in her temple that has a freeware version of her game, which can be played here.
  • After seeing a recording of Madeline escaping the Mirror Temple in Celeste Mountain with a crystal-imprisoned Theo in tow, someone noticed strange sounds that were akin to speech recorded backwards. This is what they found after reversing recorded footage, and they discovered two things: 1) Madeline had been suffering from depression prior to her trip to the mountain, and 2) she really is older than she looks.
    • How old is she actually, despite looking like a kid? Enough to own and drive a car, have a job, and even drink.
  • Usually, her hair is red, but it turns blue after performing a single dash, after which she can't do so again until it turns red again once she makes contact with the ground (or a spring [even if it's on a wall], or some other non-wall surface) but it does flash white before that, and if she dashes at that moment, she gets a quick jump and her hair turns red again for another dash. After fusing with Badeline at Celeste Mountain, her hair turns pink, where she gets an extra air dash, after which her hair turns red until she lands again. She actually has a lot of advanced movement techniques that she can pull off, enabling her to overcome most any platforming obstacle, no matter how obscenely difficult they are (so long as they're not Unwinnable, of course).
  • Got along well with Spider-Man (a fellow wall-climber among other things) as well as Mario and Link (whose adventures involve climbing to high places, like mountains, castles or skyscrapers). As a result, though, she's also gotten into the bad side of Bowser and Ganondorf.
  • Heard that there was another Madeline and admires her pluckiness, as well as having been able to endure suffering appendicitis and having it treated.
  • Made friends with Scott Pilgrim where they shared their stories of having their own dark sides (Badeline and Nega-Scott respectively) that they needed to accept to become better people.
  • Wanting to find a way to allow Badeline to manifest outside her temple's bounds, Madeline sent a plea to the Court of the Gods. They replied that if she desires it that badly, she should prove it with a test and recommended her to Yu Narukami. Upon visiting him and discussing stuff, Madeline realized that in a way, her acceptance of Badeline is just like how the Investigation Team got their Personas. Getting an idea, she requested a trip to the TV World.
    • Her resultant dungeon was, fittingly, a version of Celeste Mountain, where she had first met Part of Her, though shrunken to the size of a typical dungeon, its floors themed after areas she's climbed. Additionally, Badeline, who has since gotten acclimated to the dungeon and can manifest in the TV World, was supportive of the idea, having already reconciled with Madeline in the mountain, though she warned she wasn't going to make it easy.
    • One arduous trip later with Yu and some of his friends (as well as a member of the Court to observe the test), she reached the top floor, and Badeline threw down against the party. At the end of the fight, Badeline was defeated and proud of Madeline for finding a way, and the Court enabled Badeline to manifest outside Madeline's temple and the TV World. Madeline still got a Persona card out of the deal, though. Also, her default hair color has turned to pink.
    • Since her trip to the TV World Madeline's default hair color has turned to pink, only turning red once again after one air dash before ground contact or when Badeline's summoned to defend her, However, for some reason, she can't summon Badeline when her hair's blue from expending her air dashes (though she can summon while mid-air after one air dash, after which her hair then turns blue), and needs to land first.
      • For the record, Badeline has not become Madeline's Persona, and can come out whenever she wants to.
  • Has an additional temple in the sub-house of Touring.

    The Point Man 
The Point Man, God of Bullet Time (The New Guy, Buddy, Bad Motherfucker)
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  • Lesser God, sometimes Intermediate
  • Symbol: His old F.E.A.R. uniform
  • Alignment: True Neutral, leaning towards Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Tense relationship with his brother Paxton Fettel, Death Glare, Only known as the Point Man, Abused because of being weaker than his brother, Never Says a Word, Implacable Man, Lightning Bruiser, Made of Iron, One-Man Army, The Un-Favourite, Alma's first child
  • Domains: Reflexes, Guns, Soldiers, Dark Pasts, Experiments
  • High Priest: Jack Joyce
  • Allies: Gordon Freeman, Link, Samurai Jack, James Ramirez, Master Chief, Adrian Shephard, Max Payne, Neo, The Ghostbusters, Luigi, Simon Henriksson
  • Enemies: The Child Abuse Supporters, Dark Danny, The Slenderman, Alex Mercer
  • Acquiantanced with: Wander, The Human Child, Samantha Maxis, Erma Williams
  • Distrust: The SCP Foundation
  • Special Relationships: Alma Wade (His mother)
  • Known simply as the Point Man, this strange man was one of the newer recruits of F.E.A.R., who were tasked with the mission to hunt down Paxton Fettel after he initiated an uprising with the replica soldiers of Armachan Technological Corporation. But the point man's role was more important than that when Alma Wade got involved, who was constantly stalking him whenever he went. In truth, he turned to be Alma's first son, born for the sake of Project Origin to test his capabilities as a powerful psychic like his mother was. Needless to say, the Point Man's life wasn't all that cheerful either and the reason he doesn't remember anything is because it's been erased from his memory.
  • The reason he found the pantheon are a little hard to explain. He didn't exactly ascend but lured into the pantheon by unknown entity to him, who he mistakenly assumed to be his brother Paxton Fettel. It actually turned out to be Dark Danny, who provoked the Point Man into coming after him to see if he was as good as the rumors about him were. The actual reason for that? Alma asked him to do it, and after hearing of the news that her child has ascended he wasted no time and came to see him before anything bad happened to him. It speaks volumes of the appreciation she has for her son when Alma of all people stops a fight
  • Quickly settled down with the title of Bullet Time, given his impressive reflexes and speed which are implied to come from his Psychic Powers. He also managed to befriend Max Payne who also happens to have both super reflexes and a Dark and Troubled Past.
    • Max wasn't the only one with super reflexes though. Samurai Jack and Neo both were impressed by the Point Man's ability and a friendly spar occured between the three. They remain on good terms.
  • He doesn't this very well, but he remembers that he was treated like garbage when he was a child and it's rumored that the reason of why he is such an effective soldier is because of him channeling that hatred into his enemies. He doesn't hide the fact that he wants to brutally kill all the Abusive Parents in the pantheon but he will limit himself with the most heinous ones, primarely the Child Abuse Supporters.
  • The Point Man never utters a words, not even in the most intense moments. Some say that because of the experimentation and abuse he underwent in the past he might have become mute as a result. That's why he ended up befriending a few people who also don't talk, those being Gordon Freeman, Link and soldiers like Adrian Shepard and James Ramirez, who sympathize with his situation of being the guy who gets things done for their team. In the case of Gordon, he heard about incident involving his mother where Gordon was transported to the almaverse and it wasn't pretty, so he feel obliged to apologize on her behalf, even if she doesn't want to.
  • F.E.A.R. as a team was specialized in dealing with the supernatural, and while the Point Man is no longer a part of it, he nevertheless is experienced enough to deal with the pantheon's paranormal events. That's why he keeps a formal relation towards the Ghostbusters and Luigi, since he has had his fair share of encounters with ghosts. Not to mention the fact that they have been trying to deal with Alma and he would be perfect addition to the team if his mother ever goes on a rampage again.
  • Strangely enough, he never though that of all the people in the pantheon that would sympathize with him the most with him was a depressed teenager. Simon understand the toll he underwent knowing that him being the child of a psychic must be harsh while the Point Man felt strangely brotherly to simon given his own fragile mind reminding him of Alma's. The Point Man also once tried to venture into Simon's book world, apparently it's not that different from the Almaverse.
  • The topic of Alma is always a heated one considering there is a special group of people that want to help her. So when they heard that one of Alma's son was present in the Pantheon, they wasted no time in meeting him. Wander and the Human Child have told him that they made some significant progress in calming down Alma, the key player being Erma whose similarities made Alma calm down a little and be protective of her. The three have also tried to involve the Point Man into their little "Therapy Session" since they believe he would the final piece they need to finally calm Alma down. He is hesitant to say the least, his mother was never the most normal person around and he himself has his fair share of issues but he is willing to try.
    • After a few sessions with Wander, Frisk, Erma and the Point Man, Alma has shown some incredible progress, her desire for destruction toned down a lot and even shown some faint smiles when she sees her son. But she has demanded the four that in order to be at peace she needs to see a special person again, that being Paxton Fettel, her other son.
  • The Point Man, given his past, has a hard time trusting secretive organizations one of those being the SCP Foundation. One because the poor treatment he received in the past and the other because the SCP Foundation have some plans regarding Alma and how to contain her so she won't cause trouble again. The Point Man didn't take lightly to the latter considering that when they intended to terminate him things went ugly when the task force they sent after him was utterly annihilated by the the Point Man alone, so they are considering other less violent options.
  • Unlike Alma, the Point Man knows fully well that Alex Mercer is up to no good and that he intends to do something horrible to Alma whenever he gets the chance to find her physical body. Their confrontation is at a stalemate, mostly because the Point Man doesn't have viable means to combat Mercer while the latter won't try to harm the Point Man else Alma would surely find a way to kill him for good.

    Riki 
Riki, Godpon of Gradual Status-Based Damage (This Year's Legendary Heropon, Your Rikiness, Big Ball of Fun, Stupid Furry Volleyball, Fuzzball, Old Geezer, Gramps, Cheeseball)
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    Yasuo 
Yasuo, God of Critical Hit Chances (The Unforgiven)
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  • Theme Song: "Yasuo Theme"
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A very long katana shrouded within a whirlwind
  • Alignment: They think he's Neutral Evil. He's actually True Neutral.
  • Portfolio: Lots Of Critical Hit, Samurai (and its ponytail), Wanderer, Wind-Based Technique, Former Arrogance Of Power, Trying To Atone For A Sin, Handling His Drinks, Being Accused Of Murder, Eagerness For Battle, Iaijutsu Practitioner
  • Domain: Combat, Travel, Wind, Gaming Archetype.
  • Allies: Several Champions of Runeterra, if they didn't accuse him, or not being ninjas. Also, Haohmaru, Raiden, Miyamoto Musashi, Samuel Rodriguez, Asura, The Nohrian Royal Siblings
  • Rivals: Defenders of the Ancients. Also, Riven. And ninjas.
  • A wanderer from the realm known as Ionia, Yasuo was framed for something he did not do and costed him big because of his hubris. He has heard that the murderer might be here in the Pantheon, and afterwards, made several passes in the House of Travel. The time Yasuo entered was not a pretty sight in the House of Travel, death follows thanks to several pursuers trying to kill Yasuo, and he defended himself even if he had to kill them...
    • ... Until the Pantheon noticed that these victims were almost always hit in their vital parts when they tangle with Yasuo. So they offered him a position, and Yasuo accepts in order to have a safe haven while finding this certain murderer. But it's not like his name is already clear... it probably would never be.
  • He ascended because of the fact that he has the innate ability to just increase his chance to score a Critical Hit in an astounding number, even if by holding just one item. Give him several, and he can even have a 100% Critical Chance. His house is never seen without at least two of his favorite items: The Infinity Edge and Statikk Shiv. He does gives a handicap: His critical strikes deals slightly less damage... but he still remains a dangerous combatant in spite so.
  • As wandering is his style, Yasuo often left his house empty and wanders from house to house. It's a habit of his, aside of killing and striking the vitals.
  • The presence of Yasuo probably put a halt on Riven's quest to restore Noxus, when Yasuo witnessed her prowess in combat, he has a big suspicion that Riven could be the culprit of the murder he's been framed into. Yasuo has asked for help from the likes of Phoenix Wright to investigate this mystery.
  • Who says he can't handle his drink?
  • For some reason has a HUGE distaste of ninjas. No one knows why they thought it's irrational. This is why even Yasuo doesn't show respect to various ninjas, even Ryu Hayabusa.
  • The last thing you want to be when Yasuo is nearby and out for blood is if you get sent airborne. Because he'll just instantly teleport in and slice and dice you while juggling you in the air.
  • There are also rumors that after hanging around with Raiden and also Sam Rodriguez, Yasuo has come to visit the Technology house and ordered a Cyber-Samurai suit... It's kind of a sight to behold.
  • Even if he's friends with a God from the House of Justice like Raiden, Yasuo didn't really respect the word 'justice' much. Says it's just another pretty word, and it's been used by so many falsely-informed hunters that wanted him dead.
  • As much as he has his distastes on Ninjas, he ended up picking up a Blood Moon mask that the Kinkou Order has. But since it's for Ionian ceremonies and not all Ionians are ninjas, no one complains about hypocrisy on him.
  • Yasuo seems to be on good graces with the Nohr house as they seem to believe him and how his hunters were just using the word 'justice' to prettify their attempt to kill a seemingly innocent man. He's kind of considering their house as a 'stopping place' if he had to wander far.
  • As of late seems to have usurped Teemo as the most hated champion in League of Legends. He doesn't really care but some people think it affects him.
  • An alternate world was seen with him Riven and him as the embodiments of chaos and order. He is known as The Nightbringer and ushers in a world of chaos and freedom in contrast to Riven's order and unity. However, Yasuo doesn't care for that and is still looking to investigate and clear his name.
  • "A lot of people want me dead - they call it justice. I'm the only one who knows the truth. All I have left is the wind by my side."

    Zul'jin 
Zul'jin, God of Surviving through the last Hitpoint (Warlord of the Amani, Chieftain of the Amani, Warlord of Zul'Aman)
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Zul'jin before losing his arm 
  • Lesser God (Arguably Intermediate or Greater God when harnessing the power of the Loa or using Taz'Dingo)
  • Symbol: The Amani empire emblem and his throwing axes
  • Theme Song: Zul'jin's theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: An Axe to Grind, Anti-Villain, Eye Scream, Final-Exam Boss, Handicapped Badass, Life-or-Limb Decision, Scarf Of Asskicking, Well-Intentioned Extremist, The Berserker, Forest Troll, Attack! Attack! Attack!, Critical Status Buff, Heal Thyself, What the Hell Is That Accent?.
  • Domains: Trolls, Axes, Limbs, Berserker
  • Allies: The Fortress Dwarves, Rexxar, Talon of the Draconians, Riptor
  • Rivals: Draven, Nightwolf, Tryndamere, Troll Warlord
  • Enemies: All ascended Elves, Thrall, Vol'jin, Zeratul
  • Opposes: The Raptor Pack
  • Good Counterpart: Usalia
  • Leader of the Amani trolls, Zul'jin has been a revered figure among his kind for leading the war against the elves of Quel'thalas. His tribe used to belong to the horde during the second war, but didn't end up on the best of terms with them after they inducted the Blood Elves to their ranks, an act that greatly enraged Zul'jin. Now having ascended to the pantheon after his mortal death, Zul'jin plans to have his revenge on both the elves and the horde.
  • Shortly after ascending, Zul'jin underwent a radical change of appearance. Now he has his arm back and is able to fight like in the old days. Many believe that his arrival to the nexus might have been the reason why he went back to normal. In addition, he seemed to have notice that beforehand, he has suddenly grown a taste in destroying the world with dark Loa magic. Contrary to what others believe, Zul'jin was ashamed at that, he just wanted the Amani Trolls to survive and have a place in the world. For that, he now just concerns himself with his people or anyone that dares disturb them and limits his Loa magic to render himself unable to die, the reason why he ascended in the first place, and activated with the sacred words of Trolls:
    TAAAAAAZ-DINGO!
  • Given past experiences, Zul'jin despises elves of all kinds given how he was at war for years with the High Elves, not to mention he ended up losing an arm and an eye to them. The pantheon has taken the time to warn all ascended elves of the potential wrath that Zul'jin might inflict upon them.
  • Originally he wanted to ascend for the title of Trolls, but was dissapointed to find that the spot was already taken and by none other than a weakling such as Darkspear troll. Needless to say, neither Vol'jin nor Zul'jin can stand each other and there have been times where both were about to fight. He is not even impressed about how Vol'jin became the Warchief of the Horde and has long considered the horde to be a waste of time.
  • The Amani Warlord used to respect the old Warchief Orgrimm Doomhammer and even thought that he would see him here as the God of Orcs. He was dissapointed to find Thrall instead, who considers him an unworthy successor to Orgrimm.
    Zul'jin: You may carry his hammer, but you be no Doomhammer, boy!
  • Zul'jin has found about another creature who bears some similarities to him and he was surprised when it turned out to be Usalia. Both are heavily motivated by their people and both also have access to powers that allow them to go berserk. However, Usalia managed to not succumb to her inner darkness and managed to rebuild her empire whereas Zul'jin underwent a darker path and she pities the Troll for that. Zul'jin doesn't really care about her and a couple of times he did attack her just to fend her off, but he has kept his distance to her because he is wary of her demonic powers.
  • His Weapon of Choice are a pair of throwing axes and he would not hesitate to throw at anyone who dares to look him funny. He also found a couple of deities who uses similar weapons like Draven or Nighwolf, which has sparked some interest in him.
  • Surprisingly, Zul'jin gets along with the fortress dwarves given that they also hate elves. In fact, they often allow him to slaughter all the elves that try to bother them.
  • Zul'jin once came to blows witht he barbarian warrior Tryndamere after an argument and the fight proved to be a brutal one given that neither the troll not the barbarian backed out and kept fighting despites the odds. Eventually they called out the fight but have declared that they will meet again.
  • Zul'jin was curious to meet other types of Trolls that could be found in the pantheon (besides the darkspear trolls, to him they don't deserve any mention). He was confused by Totoro given how peaceful he was for a Troll and he didn't have the best start with Troll Warlord and actually both came to blows.
  • He can't stand the presence of Zeratul, stating the he stole the look from him. Zeratul in turn said that the attire looks better on him rather than Zul'jin, which the latter doesn't like one bit.
  • After a while, Zul'jin decided to take a break from pantheonic matters and wander off for some reflection. Eventually, he pledged allegiance to Halazzi, the Lynx Loa and participated in the Rastakhan Rumble, becoming the Hunter Champion. Having returned to the pantheon and with the powers of Halazzi at his disposal, he has become more in tune with the beasts, befriending fellow hunter Rexxar, although the latter's connection to the Horde do hurt their relationship. The side effect is that having entered under Halazzi's tutelage, Zul'jin is unable to grow his arm back, but he doesn't care; he can still fight.
  • As an Azerothian troll, Zul'jin has an affinity for raptors; many such trolls have ridden raptors into battle, or kept them as pets. Due to this affinity, Zul'jin managed to find respect from Talon of the Draconians for his tribe treating raptors so well, and the troll also respects Riptor's strength and ferocity. However, he resents Blue and her pack for serving "de high 'n mighty hu-mons".
  • "Make way for da bad guy!" "You wanna stay here? You stay FOREVER! I gonna bury you here."

Demigods

    Colin 
Colin, God of Discounts (Ewan)
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  • Demigod, Intermediate God when using Power of Money
  • Symbol: Blue Moon Symbol and money
  • Theme Song: Colin's Theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Naïve Newcomer, Cowardly Lion, Tagalong Kid, Cheaper units, but weaker in which he can spam and swarm, Game-Breaker, CO Power Gold Rush (getting more money), Super CO Power Power of Money (doing more damage based on his money reserves)
  • Domains: Rich, Discount, Commander
  • Allies: Andy, Gust, Batman, Ironman, Emilie de Rochefort, Recette Lemongrass, Anna, Charlotte LaBouff, Umi Ryuzaki, Karen Minazuki, Reika Aoki, Chikane Himemiya, Olaf, Queen Elsa, Luna Platz, Valeera, Jaina, Thrall, Uther, Malfurion, Rexxar
  • Enemies: HYDRA, Red Skull, SHOCKER, Millennium, Sundowner, Eliza and Neil Reagan, Princess Morbucks
  • Oppose: Seto Kaiba
  • Herald: Hachi
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Gul'dan, Garrosh
  • There was a difficult decision of whether he or Hachi will ascend for the title. After a bit of discussion and coin flip, it was decided that Colin will represent the trope. Colin however did a favor to Hachi that he will run the Battle Map shop for him when Hachi established it without the knowledge of the ascension.
    • He ended up becoming a business partner with Recette Lemongrass since she too runs a shop.
    • While he and Anna never get into a bad feud, especially since they are almost like kin, she doesn't like the fact that Colin would reduce her prices and nearly kicked him out for almost ruining her business.
  • Do not underestimate him for his age and his anxiousness, he is perhaps one of the strongest commanders as his status reduce the cost of his troops and can supply some much troops or even acquire strong troops early that his lack of experience would not matter. It was his talent that helped Blue Moon repel the Black Hole invaders from their lands.
  • The Ashleys once called him cute so that he could be friendly to them and they could get stuff with a discounted price since he's a rich boy.
  • He once held a Silver Card in his hand at one point, but he reduces the prices so low that he nearly broke the economy. The Pantheon made a new rule that he is prohibited from holding it because not only for the economy but also the potential going too far.
  • Despite using money for their own benefits, he doesn't like Kaiba since he can be a total ass about it while he is while nervous but also very kind. He does it to give his troops the benefit while he can use money to do whatever he pleases.
  • While many of the rich kids he meets are girls, he sees them all as sister-figures like his older sister, Sasha.
  • He doesn't like the Reagan siblings or Princess Morbucks who are rich but are total snobs, in which he joined the army to save and serve his country, despite his status.
  • When he heard of Olaf, he thought it was his commander-in-chief Olaf, though he found himself disappointed that it was a living snowman. Though he does hug him since a snowman reminds him of home in Blue Moon and that his creator can also create snow.
    • He heard there was another Olaf, but this one is a fat Viking.
  • He doesn't approve of Sundowner who want to use war for profit. When he gets money, he gain them from the people of Blue Moon so that he has the economic advantage to win his battles and war.
  • He is friendly with heroes of Hearthstone as his ability to reduce prices is almost similar to the Emperor Thaurissan minion card, which reduce the mana cost on the player's hand by 1. Even if it includes Gul'dan and Garrosh.
  • With his money, he help benefit heroes with reduced cost products and materials that could help them. He is the provider for heroes like Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark so that they could improve their equipments.
  • Can be found in the House of Commerce.


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