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Greater Gods

    Metron 
Metron, God of Cool Chairs (God of Knowledge, Observer)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: His Mobius Chair
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: New God of Knowledge, The Spock, Cool Chair with an Omniscient Database, Can Go Through Time With It And Teleport, Surveillance as the Plot Demands, Finds Good and Evil Irrelevant, Playing The Long Game, The Watcher
  • Domains: Knowledge, Travel, Time and Space, Divinity, Neutrality
  • Interested in: Chiaki Hayasaka, Isamu Nitta and Hikawa, Yaldabaoth, Philemon and Nyarlathotep
  • Allies: The Justice League and the New Gods (occasionally) Stephen, The Three Seekers of Knowledge
  • On good terms with: Uatu the Watcher, Lucifer, The Oracle
  • Rivals: The Admins, Tzeentch
  • Enemies: Darkseid (though he's not above working with him), The Anti-Monitor, Krona, The Brainspawn, Merged Zamasu, Doctor Manhattan
  • Wild Card to: Cosmos and Melkor
  • Of the New Gods, Metron is one of the most enigmatic. A god of knowledge, he puts himself apart from the struggle of good and evil that New Genesis and Apokolips embody, searching instead to further enlighten himself. One of the smartest beings in the DC Multiverse, the Mobius Chair allows him to watch and explore along with having one of the greatest databases to exist at his disposal.
  • Peaking into some of his fellow New Gods' behavior led him to learn of other multiverses outside the DC Multiverse. He was very happy since as he puts it, the Trope Pantheon is a "nexus point" for said multiverses, giving him the chance to expand his scope of knowledge even further. The various alliances want to take advantage of his Above Good and Evil stance and curiosity to help their own cause.
  • States that he's not from New Genesis or Apokolips, though still qualifies as a New God. He's not giving any answers into how that would work. Those in the House of Religion and Faith want to know and don't seem to trust him. Guthix however finds him tolerable so long as he is just a watcher.
  • Has sold technology to both the sides of Cosmos and Melkor. He is not too worried about the fallen Valar, considering him "painfully ignorant and childish". Cosmos and Melkor don't like him mainly because he won't commit and has no interest in, as he thinks it, "a small-time game of morality".
  • Has also made deals with Lucifer's side, with Lucifer being the only one of the four main alliance leaders who'd bother to hold a conversation with him. He isn't bothering with YHVH because unlike Darkseid the Great Will is disinterested in gaining great knowledge and awareness, and like Darkseid believes in The Evils of Free Will that might prove problematic. The Grand United Alliance of Destruction have even less to offer, and the Grand United Alliance of Machines is too cryptic in his eyes to get much out of yet.
  • Is seeking to bring about the Fifth World, a successor to the New Gods' Fourth World. Humanity is the forerunners to this, which is why he cares about what happens to Earth. Interest in humanity's potential is something that he and Lucifer share, which is why he's the one alliance leader Metron seems to get along with. He gets along well more with Stephen since he's better in Metron's eyes and more neutral in bringing this potential of humanity out.
  • As Metron believes humanity are the forerunners for the New Gods' replacement, those who embody humanity's aspects have his attention. He is mildly disappointed that Philemon and Nyarlathotep haven't been majorly involved in a while, as it might help with mankind's development. He is keeping an eye on Yaldabaoth (humanity's desire for control), and the Reasons trio for their ability to shape mankind's future.
  • Has a cordial relationship with the Three Seekers of Knowledge due to their appreciation for knowledge and wanting more. That desire for knowledge leads to competition with the Admins, who claim that they have the superior database and don't want Metron near it. The God of Knowledge is also one of the few beings powerful and enlightened enough to approach Tzeentch up close and keep his sanity and competes with his own plans.
  • Has some respect for the Oracle because of her skill with the long game when it comes to prophesy and humanity. Metron thinks that her aiding mankind in getting back its own freedom and organizing a peace with machines will help his own plans for the Fifth World. He also sees much of himself in Uatu the Watcher.
  • Zamasu was initially neutral on Metron until he learned that Metron gave humans fire in the first place. And the Fifth World plan. The mad Kai screamed at Metron for recklessly giving wisdom to the very mortals that'd abuse it and threaten the gods, and wants the Mobius Chair so he can travel anywhere and everywhere and using the massive amount of knowledge the chair to be more efficient in slaughtering mortals. Metron has nothing for contempt towards Zamasu for being such a dangerous combination of ignorance and arrogance.
  • While he usually opposes Darkseid, it is mainly because his ambitions would hinder his own ambitions for knowledge. Metron is not afraid to make deals with him. He sees much of Darkseid in Thanos, but much of himself as well since Thanos was partially based on him and is a more philosophical villain than the Lord of Apokolips.
  • Sitting on his chair allows one to have access to almost all knowledge in the multiverse. Batman was able to learn who killed his parents (Joe Chill) and who the Joker is (he's three people). A lot of people want Metron's Mobius Chair. The Brainspawn covet the chair as they do all information. Metron had choice words for them:
    Metron: "You covet all knowledge, to the point of ending all existence so no more can emerge. But what do you even plan to do once you succeed? Bask in your wisdom? Feel happy no screeching mind grinds your lobes? Perhaps initially. But you'll have nothing to do with it. No foe to overcome. Nothing to improve or explore. Knowledge is power, but power without something to express it upon is meaningless. You'll be stuck with nothing to do but wish you could still hear the shrill minds of the rest of the universe as the deafening silence gets louder and louder. And you will wish you knew a way to stop it.
  • The Mobius Chair apparently used to belong to the Anti-Monitor. Monty wants his chair back. After trying to get that back, Owlman hijacked the chair and took Metron for the ride. Then Doctor Manhattan turned them into a greasy smear, and Metron was irate to learn that his killer was already present in the Pantheon.

Intermediate Gods

    Bass.EXE 
Bass.EXE, God of Cloaks (Forte.EXE, The Black Shadow, The Messenger of Darkness, The Cyber World's God of Destruction, Bass GS, Bass XX, Bass BX, Brave Fear Lord)
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    Clank 
Clank, God of Awesome Backpacks (Warbot Defect B5429671; Secret Agent Clank; XJ-0461; "Scrappybot")
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  • Intermediate God, bordering on Greater God
  • Symbol: His head
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Adorable robot with a giant form, plays a secret agent on Holo-Vision, fluent in "Nerd" and monkey, son of Orvus and the (former) Senior Caretaker of the Great Clock, adorable laugh
  • Domains: Backpacks, Secret Agents, Time
  • Allies: Ratchet, Captain Qwark, Aqua, Oerba Dia Vanille, Yuna, Bentley Turtle, Mickey Mouse, Sora, Melody, Jak, Daxter, Lea, Kairi, Absol
  • Enemies: Dr. Nefarious, Courtney Gears, Gleeman Vox, Lady Tremaine, Clu, Emperor Palpatine
  • Opposes: Funny Valentine, Enrico Pucci
  • Ascended upon Ratchet's request due to their close friendship, and out of envy towards Jak, Sora and Sly being with their friends in the pantheon. In fact, before he ascended, Clank was able to get past the guards by posing as a backpack, but when he was caught, the gods decided that he more than earned a title and allowed him to stay.
  • Thanks to a certain adventure in which he finds out where he, or rather, his soul came from, Clank has gained the power of "Time". He was supposed to be the Senior Caretaker of the Great Clock, but decided he'd rather resume his adventures with Ratchet.
  • Clank seems to get along with Bentley quite well, probably because they are both intelligent and experts with technology and time. In fact, when Gleeber and Lunk forced them into their Galactic Games, they co-operated in the hopes of being returned to their original worlds.
  • Since Clank's programming allows him to start any ship he chooses, he's often sought out by villains, most noticeably Emperor Palpatine, to gain an advantage on their space battles. Because of this, Ratchet has set up security in the House of Time and Space to ensure Clank, as well as everyone else in danger of being captured, is protected.
  • Gets along well with the monkey gods in the pantheon, due to his ability to speak in their "language". He can also speak in Techno Babble (dubbed "nerd" by Ratchet), which is helpful in translating what the more "intelligent" gods (such as Tron) are saying.
  • For some people (including Dr. Nefarious and Courtney Gears), he's best known for playing the titular protagonist in Secret Agent Clank, and is constantly is mistaken for said character. Although Clank seems to enjoy the spotlight at first, he begins to regret the show because of this annoying fanbase's constant mistakes, as well as viewing Ratchet (who played a butler named Jeeves until he was fired and replaced with Skrunch) as merely a bumbling sidekick.
  • Once helped Aqua with dealing with Lady Tremaine and her daughters when they and Courtney Gears terrorized Blackwater City and killed it's mayor, and intending to do the same with the Castle of Dreams, while also planning on murdering Cinderella out of hatred. Clank considers the Tremaine family to be "witches".
  • Clank has heard several rumors of a masked thief snooping around the Pantheon and was sometimes sighted near the House of Love. Thinking that their old friend Angela Cross had returned, both Ratchet and Clank did some investigation to learn of the thief's whereabouts. When they did manage to track the thief down, they found to their shock that it was Kairi, one of the seven Princesses of Heart. After hearing their story about the original owner of the suit, she promises to help them find out what happened to the Lombaxes, and hopefully Angela as well.
  • After the ascension of Melody, the daughter of Ariel and Prince Eric, Clank has begun to investigate on a rumor that her arch nemesis, Morgana, might have been a disguised Ursula all along.

    Donquixote Doflamingo 
Donquixote Doflamingo, God of Fashionable Feathers (Joker, Heavenly Demon, Doffy, Tanjiahdo Lofulamingo)
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  • Intermediate God (Greater God through Devil Fruit Awakening)
  • Symbol: The Donquixote Pirates' Smiley Jolly Roger; alternatively, his sunglasses
  • Theme Song: Donquixote Doflamingo
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil with Neutral Evil traits
  • Portfolio: Absolute depravity, Scary Sunglasses, Feather-based Fashion, Flamboyant Fighters, Razor-sharp Strings, People Puppetry, Constant Smiling And Laughing, Villains Adored By The Public, Social Darwinism, Arms Dealing
  • Domains: Sunglasses, Feathers, Strings, Charisma, Manipulation (literal and metaphorical), Businesses, Wealth, Piracy
  • Heralds: His pirate crew, the Donquixote Pirates
  • Allies: Kaido, Caesar Clown, Ragyo Kiryuin, Kefka Palazzo, The Joker, Dr. Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn, Dimentio, Clients interested in his Devil Fruit products
  • Enemies: He even has a list of them, some even with their own star rating:
  • Friendly Enemy: Blacker Baron
  • Rivals: Marcus Kincaid, Albert Wesker
  • Opposed by: Sir Crocodile, Ho-Oh, Alice Margatroid, Carl Clover
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Risky Boots.
  • Formerly one of the Celestial Dragons, a group of nobles who hold the highest authority in his world, Donquixote Doflamingo's life drastically changed after he and his family lost their noble status after his father, Donquixote Homing, chose to live life like "humans".
    • When word about his (former) status reached the ears of the common people, him, his father and his brother Rocinante were endlessly persecuted and eventually caught, and he cursed and threatened the mob that were torturing him.
    • Doflamingo tried to get in the good graces of the Celestial Dragons by killing his father and bringing his head as a gift for the nobles. Unsurprisingly, he and his "gift" were rejected and chased off the nobles' homeland.
  • Doflamingo managed to ascend by taking hostage tributes that were meant for the deities of the Pantheon. While this tactic wouldn't usually work, many Gods were taken by his apparent charisma and eccentric, yet stylish fashion sense, so they gave in to his demands pretty quickly and gave him a seat in the House of Costumes.
    • Immediately after ascending, Doflamingo was confronted by his Arch-Enemy Law and his ally Harry Potter. With Harry's help, Law did manage to surprise hit Doflamingo with his organ-destructing Gamma Knife technique, but Doflamingo simply used his strings to stitch up the internal damage. Law and Harry ended up retreating in order to formulate another plan to take down Doflamingo.
  • Doflamingo is known for always wearing sunglasses since he was an 8-year old and has never appeared in public without them, to the point that no one has ever seen how his eyes look like.
  • It's unknown if Doflamingo's trademark pink feather coat was made with actual flamingo feathers, but considering that he once stated that a coat made with Ho-Oh's feathers would look great on him, it probably was.
  • It turns out that he is a big investor of the REVOCS Corporation, having a great interest on the selling of Life Fiber clothing, which he believes "will take over the world by storm". After all, he is a man that knows a thing or two about fashion and parasitic strings.
    • Has a generally positive opinion of the company's CEO, Ragyo Kiryuin, both in terms of business, fashion and sociopathy. Doflamingo doesn't appear to care about the fact that Ragyo is quite abusive to her daughters (in more ways than one) and has avoided commenting on the issue, but that might be because he is not one to talk about how people should treat their own blood.
  • Doflamingo often has the tendency to use his string powers to manipulate two Lesser Gods into fighting each other when feeling especially bored. He's been told to knock it off several times already, but it appears he still does it every now and then.
  • There are rumors that he started making deals with some of the Grand Alliances for Devil Fruits, using his position as a measly Costume God to avoid suspicion. Marcus Kincaid views him as competition, as his advanced and futuristic weapons now have to compete with superpower-granting fruits.
  • Doflamingo looked forward to Edward Newgate's death at the Battle of Marineford and took great delight when it happened, causing the world to fall into chaos and war due to the vacuum of power left by the Pirate Emperor. At the Pantheon, it doesn't take a genius to figure out that they don't like each other.
    • Despite the fact that both he and Fleet Admiral Sakazuki view Newgate as an enemy, both also don't trust each other. Doflamingo views Sakazuki as too controlling and authoritative while the Marine views the Warlord as just another pirate to be magma-punched down.
    • He tried to start an alliance with former Warlord colleague Crocodile probably in order to take on both Newgate and Sakazuki, but the co-God of The Desert Sand wasn't interested. This ended up in a clash between the two, although both of them gave up on starting a real fight for unknown reasons. However, Doflamingo can still be occasionally seen stalking Crocodile in the House of Nature.
  • Being a king of his own nation and a noble by birth, he sometimes is seen hanging out at the House of Royalty. Most of the Gods over there don't appear to like him though, as his story about how he attained kingship is filled with shady details, not to mention the fact that he's a pirate.
  • He appears to be a big fan of The Joker, being inspired by his psychotic views, flashy attitude and even name. The Joker himself finds Doflamingo's Devil Fruit ability very interesting thanks to its high potential to cause chaos, destruction and pranks.
    • He has also grown fond of Harley Quinn, as her mad devotion for her "Mr. J" is not unlike the devotion his own crew has for him, so he encourages it, much to The Joker's chagrin.
    • His good relations with the Joker has also made him closer to Kefka Palazzo and Dimentio. It helps that they all share a penchant for colorful flamboyance and omnicidal madness.
  • Has a sort of silent rivalry going on with Albert Wesker, as both are charismatic, sunglasses-wearing manipulators who believe that only the strong should survive. As such, although neither of them is actively antagonistic against the other, they are both very wary of the strings the other could try to pull on them (literally on Doflamingo's case).
  • Despite sharing a lot of similarities in terms of flashiness and subordinate protectiveness, Doflamingo and Blacker Baron are enemies on the virtue of one being a pirate and the other a bounty hunter. They're still relatively non-hostile with each other, having some fun bantering during fights (mostly in regards to their own quirky fashion choices).
  • There are concerns that Doflamingo one day might encompass the entire Pantheon with an indestructible birdcage made of incredibly sharp and tough strings, with the purpose of turning all Gods against each other in order to get rid of certain deities that annoy him (in particular, the ascended members of the Straw Hat crew), essentially starting a divine cage match. He charismatically denies the possibility of such a thing happening, although there are rumors that he already has a list of Gods and Goddesses that he wants to see gone.
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    Lilith (Shin Megami Tensei
Lilith, Goddess of Feather Boa Constrictor (Yuriko, The First Wife, The Black Samurai, Harlot of Desire)
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  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: A snake wrapped around an apple
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, with strong leanings toward Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Demonized First Woman, Sexy, Sinister Reptiles, Mother of the Lilim, Yandere Towards Adam, Casting Temptation on men, women, and even demons, Biblical Villains, Manipulative Bitch, The Vamp, Optional Fights
  • Interested in: Quetzalcoatl, harem leads like Issei Hyodo and Shido Itsuka, Luka
  • Allies: Lucifer and the forces of Chaos (particularly Homura Akemi), Yubel, Flynn, Medea, Medusa, Boa Hancock, Morrigan and Lilith Aensland, Mad Moxxi, Calistra, Kyu Sugardust, Panty Anarchy, Sekai Saionji, Alice(Monster Girl Quest)
  • On good terms with: Samael aka Lucifer Morningstar, Satan (South Park)
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Slaanesh
  • Rivals: Calistra, Shelyn, Desire of the Endless
  • Enemies: YHVH and the forces of Order, Yaldabaoth, Gabriel, Satan, Apophis, The Ghostbusters, Merged Zamasu, Lucifer (Supernatural), rapists like Roose Bolton and Griffith, Judge Claude Frollo, Malthael
  • Opposes: Voldemort, Jafar, Cersei Lannister, the House of Angels
  • Opposed by: Laharl, Wonder Woman
  • Pities: Those who try but never can get their true love
  • The first woman created to be the partner of Adam by YHVH, she was originally a naive and idealistic soul who believed peaceful coexistence was possible between man and demon. YHVH, furious at the idea that humans and demons could coexist, demonized her and kicked her out of paradise. Although she would embrace her newfound nature as a demon, a part of her always yearns for Adam and those days of old. She was eventually manipulated by Lucifer using those same feelings, convincing her to join the forces of Chaos to be with Adam's reincarnation and to remove her replacement Eve. Eventually, Lucifer's honey-coated words made her realize she should ascend into the pantheon, in order to become powerful enough to be with Adam again.
  • Her most common design bears a lot of similarities to Gozer. The Ghostbusters mistook her for the destroyer having returned and hassled her for it. She's still pissed off by that. She's also taken a Fallen Angel look and acted more like a Babylonian goddess, though it's worth noting that's closer to where the name "Lilith" originally came from.
  • Extracanonical Judeo-Christian sources state she was kicked out for trying to be on top of Adam during intercourse instead of submitting. This has been perceived as an anti-feminist tale, though later on, some have seen her as a feminist symbol for this. She's taken great interest in Wonder Woman as she's a feminist superheroine who's people, the Amazons, were originally meant to represent the dangers of women in power before DC Comics flipped it around. While Diana notices a parallel, she's not a fan of her more amoral behavior. However, they do share a contempt towards Cersei Lannister because she's a Female Misogynist.
  • The snake wrapped around her is the Archangel Samael, taking the form of a simple serpent around one of the many women he has slept with. Lilith does not seem to mind his appearance, having been demonized to have reptilian traits herself like three fingers. The only time she is ever seen without Samael upon her is the form she takes that gives off a Fallen Angel vibe, even taking a human-like appearance that resembles Gabriels human form Gabby. She is also at her worse in this form, where she seeks to spread knowledge and wisdom without care and amused by the death caused by the formerly ignorant mindless people becoming demons due to the knowledge they gain. This form may be influenced by the Babylonian Goddess who shares the same name with her and the Demonic Gene experiments that happened in the past. Lilith was a failed test subject in those experiments.
    • In this form she goes out of her way to spite Gabriel, viewing her as YHVHs lapdog and a slave to order. Gabriel, in turn, comes to view her as an enemy due to mocking both her appearance and actions.
  • Her snake helps make her come off as even more attractive, and Sigmund Freud had a field day with it. Voldemort and Jafar were both interested in her due to their borderline fetish with snake imagery, however, she quickly rebuked them-Voldemort because he's completely incapable of feeling love, and Jafar because he's a creeper who probably just wants to marry her for power. And she considers Apophis' desire to destroy everything horrifying. On the other hand, she's on really good terms with Boa Hancock, and it's easy to see why they both wear a Feather Boa Constrictor that further extenuate their Proud Beauty and are in love with a man who won't reciprocate their feelings. She gets along with the lamia Alice as well. Lilith seems to be interested in Quetzalcoatl because of his busty succubus form, Lucoa.
  • Considered to be a succubus, if not the main succubus of her faith. As such, she gravitates towards Morrigan and Lilith Aensland, the latter even sharing her name. She also seems interested in Slaanesh, though She Who Thirsts has obsessions that disturb even Lilith. She sees Calistra, Shelyn and Desire of the Endless to be rivals, though is friendly with Calistra. On good terms with a number of the lovable sex maniacs like Panty Anarchy.
  • Men must be wary of her special ability to make all men blindly fall for her. While Mystic/Curse protection may help, this barely helps when she's just as skilled without even using her natural magic. Demons of both genders and women amongst the pantheon are more lucky, as there's only 1/3 of a chance it will work on them. Nevertheless, those that fall under her thrall follow her blindly to their deaths. She has an interest in Luka for his ability to attract various attractive monsters and is thinking of studying him to buff her own love potions. She's also interested in the power harem leads like Issei Hyodo and Shido Itsuka have.
  • Has nothing but contempt for the many rapists in the pantheon, which isn't too surprising given her background and mythology. She takes particular umbrage with Roose Bolton and Griffith. Roose considers his raping of lowborn women to be his right as a lord and wanted to kill Ramsay and his mother when she came back to him. That kind of patriarchal psychopathy utterly revolts her. Griffith she hates additionally for using his charm to ruin people's lives and being a demon who completely sold out his humanity.
    • Very sympathetic towards Medusa for how she was cursed for being raped by Poseidon and generally being seen as a villainess by their respective faiths.
  • Welcome in the House of Demons, for her desire to seek co-existence between humans and demons, and for siring many half-demons with other demons. This and her sexuality utterly disgusts Judge Claude Frollo, and she's rightfully disgusted by him. She also wishes to spread knowledge and wisdom to humans. This got Zamasu riled up, as she was both a mortal and demon(which he sees as even lower) spreading knowledge he believes mortals abuse. Were she a time-traveller, it would've hit every single one of his berserk buttons.
  • Sympathizes greatly with and developed an odd kinship with Yubel, both of them yearning for the one they love. She is happy that Yubel and Judai are united and hopes to one day be with Adam too. Yubel, in turn, has agreed to help her one day show Adam her bottomless love. Also became friends with Medea after the two let out some frustration about their past when they thought no one was watching. The two realized they had both been screwed by the Gods and then had the relationship with their first love completely ruined. Though Lilith does envy the fact that Medea found love again with Souichirou while she can never move on from her precious Adam.
  • Has taken the role of the GUAC's librarian. With the help of her myriad Lilim daughters, she cares for the various banned books that the organization has rescued throughout time and space to store in The Lab. Though she is all too willing to give them out, so that knowledge and wisdom can be spread to all, woe betide anyone who she believes is attempting to harm them. More than a few gods and goddesses were lured by the prospect of a library full of forbidden, arcane knowledge, only to find Captain Underpants or Fifty Shades of Gray among the enshrined volumes. When Lucifer says the library holds any book that has been historically silenced, he MEANS any book.
  • Wants to remind the deities of Neon Genesis Evangelion she isn't related to the giant Lilith angel Rei Ayanami was partly cloned from. And for God's sake, don't compare her to the Lilith in Supernatural. The Lucifer of that universe utterly disgusts her due to his complete contempt towards humanity essentially because "daddy doesn't love me most of all!" or how he tortures people in Hell into becoming demons.
  • While she hates the Supernatural version of Lucifer, DC Comic's Lucifer Morningstar is someone she can respect given his similarities to the Lucifer she follows. She called him by his real name of Samael to avoid confusion, he's told him he's not a fan and thinks she should refer to him as "Morningstar" to avoid confusion instead. She was interested to learn of a demonic Satan, and while thinks he's rather wimpy he is a courteous host and knows how to have A Hell of a Time. He's considering making her a VIP, and it's thought he may want some love advice from her.
  • Can also be found in Reptiles.

Lesser Gods

    Detective Pikachu 
Detective Pikachu, Divine Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal (Pikapool)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A Deerstalker Cap and Magnifying Glass
  • Theme Songs: Holding out for a Hero or Carry On
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Gender: Male
  • Moveset: Thunderbolt, Electro Ball, Volt Tackle
  • Portfolio: Amnesiac Hero, Badass Normal and Badass Adorable, Can speak properly but only towards Tim, Loves Coffee, Uplifted Animal, Cloudcuckoolander, Cannot use any of his attacks because he forgot how to
  • Domains: Detective, Mysteries, Investigation, Animals, Accessories, Coffee, Friendship
  • Herald: Tim Goodman (His partner)
  • Allies: Pikachu, Ash Ketchum, Deadpool, Sherlock Holmes, Dr. Watson, Cole Phelps, Batman, Superman, Godot, Phillip J. Fry, Gamera
  • Enemies: Giovanni, Ghetsis Harmonia, Lysandre, Galeem and Dharkon, Ratigan
  • On good terms with: Mewtwo, Godzilla
  • Meet Detective Pikachu. While at first he may look like any other Pikachu with a funny hat, he is actually much more than that. This Pikachu belonged to Harry Goodman, a detective of Ryme City investigating a series of strange events happening around the city but then he mysteriously dissapeared to thin air, with his Pikachu remaining in the location where he was last seen. Once his son Tim came to the city, he discovered he and Pikachu could talk and understand each other and so they teamed up to find out what was going on in Ryme City and where the mysterious R gas comes from.
  • He wound up to the pantheon completely by accident after he got curious and decided to check a shifty looking portal that ended up bringing him here. He was then chosen to represent the title of Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal, given that his hat is what makes him distinct from other Pikachu. He accepted, since he felt the pantheon could use a detective like him.
  • Speaking of the other Pikachu, both are good friends and Detective Pikachu has even met regular Pikachu's trainer, Ash Ketchum, who he is a little jealous that he lets his Pikachu climb to his shoulder, unlike Tim. Sometimes, both Pikachus like to switch positions to pull a prank on unsuspecting deities.
  • Shortly after ascending, he was visited by Mewtwo. The latter thanked him for helping him free himself from Howard Clifford's control in one timeline and is wondering how this Pikachu still remembers all the events that transpired in that timeline considering that Pikachu had the essence of Harry Goodman inside him. Pikachu just responded that some things are better left unanswered and left shortly, leaving Mewtwo confused.
  • Became an unlikely ally of the Houses of Justice and Investigative Work. Few expected him to be of any help but Pikachu turned out to be surprisingly good at solving mysteries. He tends to work a lot with Sherlock Holmes and Watson, usually competing with the former to see who can solve the case better.
    • Pikachu is also a frequent partner for Cole Phelps, ever since the two got involved in a Pokemon related case that Phelps happened to be investigating with leads towards Team Rainbow Rocket. While Pikachu thinks his driving skills need improvement, he likes Phelps because at least he takes him somewhat seriously (even if he can't really understand Pikachu). This joint investigation has made the two keep an eye on certain members of Team Rainbow Rocket, with Giovanni, Lysandre and Ghetsis on top of their list.
    • Speaking of actual Partners, Pikachu found out late that several ascended Pokémon had a partner except him, so he decided to look into potential candidates. While he was considering asking Sherlock to be his partner, he ended up noticing that he wasn't the only rodent detective, and thus met Basil and Dawson, both being remarkably similar to Holmes and Watson. Both ended up accepting Pikachu's offer and while they are a bit taken aback by having a fellow rodent bigger than them, at least this Pikachu is on the side of good. On the other hand, this ended up putting Pikachu on Ratigan's radar, who scoffed at the idea of another mouse detective in the pantheon.
  • Sounds remarkably similar to Deadpool and the Merc with the Mouth quickly took notice of that. They hit it off immediately and Deadpool started calling him Pikapool, which Pikachu doesn't mind at all. Although he is a bit bothered that Deadpool keeps insisting that Pikachu should wear a custom made Deadpool suit made just for him. He tried it once and he felt it look a bit ridiculous but he secretly liked it anyway.
  • He can speak, but only to a select few. At first he only believed that only Tim was able to understand him and then he found out that there were other deities that can talk to animals. Batman can also understand him (Don't ask him how, you know what Batman will answer) and later invited Pikachu to the Super Café, where he met Superman who turned out to be a huge fan of him
  • He claims to always know about spoilers of the newer shows. Those who end up believing him are then surprised by a video of him dancing.
  • Likes coffee and frequently goes to the House of Food in his downtime to drink some. He tends to be joined by Fry and Godot, who also love coffee but unfortunately they also can't understand him and tend to find him mildly amusing.
  • Surprisingly familiar with Kaijus after he witnessed giant, genetically-altered Torterra emerge from the abandoned laboratory. He find Godzilla to be cool albeit a bit too destructive for his taste and surprisingly ended becoming friends with Gamera who was surprisingly friendlier than he looks. Pikachu even managed to convince the latter to aid him whenever Pikachu finds himself in trouble and Gamera was surprisingly ok with that.
  • He was mildly curious about the Super Smash Bros. tournament after hearing about it from the other Pikachu but that unfortunately just made him fall victim to Galeem's devastating attack and become a spirit alongside a hundred other characters. Once freed, he wanted nothing to do with the Smash Universe and decided to stick with detective work and once he heard that Galeem and Dharkon were part of the pantheon, he got a bit scared that they would break free and imprison him again. Thankfully, they have been subdued and locked up which he felt relieved after hearing that.
  • "I can feel it in my jellies!"
  • Can also be found in Beast Other.

    Leo Valdez 
Leo Valdez, God of Utility Belts (Commander Tool Belt, Bad Boy Supreme, Admiral Leo, Super-sized Mc Shizzle, Latino Santa's Elf, Leonidas, Uncle Leo, Supreme Commander of the Argo II, Flaming Valdez)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His toolbelt. Alternatively, the Physician's Cure
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Utility Belts that Serve as Bags of Holding, "Ladykillers", Comic Reliefs, Greasy Mechanics, MacGyverers, Fire Powers that Resulted in the Death of his Mother, Stepford Smilers, Those who Look Like Their Grandparents, "Ladykillers" in Love, Heroic Vows, Heroic Sacrifices and Recoveries, Chessmasters
  • Domains: Humor, Mechanics, Fire, Death, Resurrection
  • Heralds: Festus the Dragon, Buford
  • Allies: Percy Jackson, Nico di Angelo, Annabeth Chase, Chiron, Apollo, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Link
  • Enemies: Gaea, Caligula, Medea, Calypso
  • Pities: Kratos
  • Special Relationship: Vulcan (His father)
  • A child of Hephaestus and Esperanza Valdez, Leo lived a relatively simple life helping his mother around her mechanic shop. However, that life came to an end when Gaea, Goddess of the Earth, appeared in his workshop, and manipulated him into using his Pyrokinesis to start a fire that would burn down his workshop, killing his mother in the process. From that point forward, Leo would find himself down a road that would lead to him discovering that he was a child of Hephaestus, fixing Festus the robot dragon after it had gone haywire, and eventually building the Argo II, which would serve as The Seven's main mode of transportation as they travelled to Europe to defeat Gaea and her forces. This road would ultimately culminate in Leo sacrificing his life to destroy Gaea's physical form, but not before he installed the Physician's Cure into Festus so that he can come back to life and reunite with Calypso, whom he had swore upon the River Styx that he would return to her.
  • Upon his ascension into the Pantheon, he was immediately greeted by Nico di Angelo, Annabeth Chase, and Chiron, with the former taking turns punching Leo repeatedly while the latter introduced a centaur hoof to Leo's gut. Percy Jackson, on the other hand, was so relieved that Leo had finally made it into the Pantheon that he had embraced Leo without even punching him. While many were initially confused by this eccentric welcoming, it was soon revealed that Leo had sent them a holographic scroll that informed them that Leo would be ascending to the Pantheon... well over a month before he had actually ascended.
    • Hephaestus roman form, Vulcan, was quite pleased that the child his Greek form had with Esperanza Valdez had ascended, although Vulcan was not there to greet Leo into the Pantheon. Leo didn't seem to mind though, as Hephaestus has explained to Leo that he wasn't very good with people, hence why he doesn't see his children often.
    • Apollo was ecstatic that the demigod who helped him fight against Emperor Commodus had ascended to the Pantheon, and figured that the only way to properly celebrate Leo's ascension was with a celebratory tune from the Valdezinator, a musical instrument that Leo himself invented. Unfortunately, the tune was ended prematurely by the Court of the Gods, who had received an influx of complaints regarding what sounded like a car engine blaring from Apollo's temple.
    • Not all were happy with his ascension, however. After hearing about Leo's arrival, Gaea was absolutely furious that the demigod who incinerated her had managed to ascend, and it reportedly took the entire House of Nature to prevent her from reducing Leo's temple to a pile of rubble. Leo himself isn't exactly thrilled to find out that the Goddess that killed his mother was already in the Pantheon, and is trying to get the House of Manners of Revival to develop a second Physician's Cure so that he can envelop Gaea in a supernova yet again.
  • Being a fellow Gadgeteer Genius whose parents were killed at a young age, Leo naturally got along greatly with Bruce Wayne/Batman, who seems to have taken an interest in Leo's Utility Belt, which is said to be enchanted to contain an infinite number of garage too. This has sometimes led to arguments between the two where Batman would argue that taco ingredients do not count as adequate supplies for a utility belt, to which Leo would often remind Batman that neither does Shark-Repellent Bat Spray.
    • Leo has also had a run-in with Link, who, having mistaken Festus for a dragon from his universe, tried to farm Leo's mechanical dragon for dragon parts. However, the two were able to get over their misunderstandings rather quickly and became fast friends, with Link sometimes serving as the Straight Man when having to deal with Leo's antics.
  • Given that she had not only tried to manipulate Leo and his friend, Jason Grace, into killing each other, but had also warned Gaea about Leo eventually rising up to oppose her, which resulted in the workshop fire that killed Leo's mother, Medea has naturally found herself pretty high up on Leo's shit list. The only reason he hasn't made any moves against Medea because he's waiting for his friend Piper McLean to ascend so he can allow her to do the honors.
    • Was also not thrilled when he found out that Caligula, the Roman emperor who attacked Camp Jupiter and killed Jason Grace was also in the Pantheon, especially since unlike Medea, Caligula had another form that could easily ward off any attacks that Leo could make.
  • Having heard about someone named Calypso in the House of Magic Casters, Leo swiftly raced towards the House to reunite with his Love Interest. His impromptu visit ended with Leo dismayed that the "Calypso" he was told about was actually a Jackass Genie that hosted a tournament that led to the deaths of countless innocents and Calypso disappointed that a pyrokinetic riding a mechanical dragon wasn't as interested in joining the Twisted Metal tournament as he was in burning down Calypso's temple.
  • At first, Leo, like his fellow demigods, had hated Kratos for what he had done to the Olympians, especially since he had killed a version of his father who was trying to protect his daughter from Kratos. However, upon hearing from Vulcan about how Kratos had tried to stop Pandora, Vulcan's daughter, from sacrificing herself, Leo couldn't help himself from feeling anything but pity for Kratos, and like his father, Leo mostly avoided Kratos from then on.

    Lulu (Final Fantasy
Lulu, Goddess of Having Lots of Belts (Lu, Yuna's Guardian)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her Moogle Doll
  • Theme Song: heard here
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Goths who can use magic Elegant black magic users, Slaps that can be used as a Counter-Attack, Dolls as weapons, Not evil at all but really having lots of baggage, Dark haired, reserved women who slowly warm up, Snarkers, Mama Bear
  • Domains: Belts, Black Magic, Family, Goths
  • Heralds: Wakka (her husband), Kimahri, Rikku
  • Allies: Yuna (and Rydia also), Tidus, Jecht, Midna, Tomoko Nozama, the other Lulu, Vivi Ornitier, Tharja, Alice Margatroid, Charmcaster, Zatanna Zatara, Nine, the Phantom, Lucy Heartfilla, Ranko Kanzaki
  • Enemies: Yu Yevon, Chaos, Kefka Palazzo, Ultimecia, Ouroboros, Grima, Acnologia, Emet-Selch, and essentially evil gods in the House of Faith
  • Pities: Jecht, Zeref
  • Lulu grew up with Yuna in Besaid akin to an adoptive sister for the young summoner in training. After losing her first summoner and lover, she decided upon completing the pilgrimage with Yuna becoming her guardian during their journey to defeat Sin, and as fate would have it Lulu ended up being wedded with her Fiance's brother despite the earlier hesitation after Wakka's brother passed away. Initially, the personality she gave towards the group was bottled within however after meeting Tidus and becoming closer to Wakka eventually she overcome this mindset letting her feelings be known to everyone.
    • Naturally, the idea of monsters who either exist to cause suffering or fanatic worshipped deities who take delight in slaughtering millions for their own pleasure sickens the black mage resulting in her hatred for the teaching of Yu Yevon and inhuman beasts like Grima, Ouroboros, and Acnologia. Yu Yevon, the former man in particular is something Lulu hates because of how his ideas ultimately led to the deaths of people like Jecht and other summoners for a worthless cause that will only make more false pilgrimages for years to come until Yuna and her guardians broke this cycle.
  • Lulu doesn't seem to mind being in the House of Personal Appearance as she is still able to meet with Yuna all the time. Many gods are in wonder as to how the hell she manages to put that belt skirt of hers on (and why she even has one in the first place). She just answers that someone of a 'higher power' put it in as a challenge.
    • Yuna and Tidus are thrilled to see her getting along with others in the Pantheon, but she still prefers to hang out with her fellow guardian and sister having to no longer deal with Spira's endless cycle of suffering.
    • Lulu is very conflicted with Jecht, a man who could be seen as a terrible father figure however considering the circumstances he didn't really have many other ways to handle the situation. She also knew Auron wanted nothing more than for him and Tidus to become closer even with all the history between them. A sentiment Lulu knew would come true without Yu Yevon getting in the way something that everyone agreed upon.
  • Alice Marguretoid sometimes helps with her doll collection, but Lulu's uses of dolls are different: they're more of a way to channel her focus into using her magic. Alice was curious about how certain dolls look and behave quite differently such as Lulu's Moogle or especially her personalCactuar. Once the black mage explained how rare and dangerous these kinds of ones were Alice knew she had to get one someday.
  • Tomoko looks up to her as a big sister due to Lulu's Goth-like apparel and attitude. What Lulu told Tomoko about her experience in Spira from finding and losing her beloved Chapuu before finding her current husband made Tomoko realize how important it was to open up to everyone else making both goths smile. Having said that Lulu considers Tomoko's own relationship with Ryusei to be rather adorable and healthy.
  • After meeting the other Lulu, she admits that she starts to become fond of her at times, and in exchange, teaches her some black magic in hopes to further break out of the shell of being distant from others in the vast houses of the Pantheon.
  • Other dark magic users such as Charmcaster, Zatanna, and Tharja were impressed by how Lulu was able to bust out powerful spells while looking the way that she does in Spira. Chuckling at the compliment, such magic users quickly took a fondness with Lulu and her many belts as well.
  • Zeref had to wonder how Lulu could live in a world where life and death continued to led to pointless deaths for a short moment of peace, which reminded him of the many tragedies and people he cared about who would die while he still lived forever due to his curse. She quickly reminded the former black mage that life wasn't easy for neither of them, but the fact he and Yuna's best friend did overcome all their pain and suffering to finally be "reborn" both figuratively and in Zeref's case literally made the losses worth it.
  • Lucy might not dabble in the darker arts, she is still quite a talented mage of Fairy Tail and her carefree spirit reminded Lulu of the Al-Bhed guardian Rikku. She only hoped that someday she and the other guardians could meet the rest of Lucy's guild in person. The Celestial Mage also shared Lulu's dislike for the Black Dragon Acnologia as Lulu imagined how powerful that beast was to another dragon-like being in her world one of Yuna's summon Aeons Bahamut. Lucy also hated to learn about how Yu Yevon's teaching had over time resulted in a corrupt system of needless killing be made for no reason at all. It's a kind of world Lucy is glad is free of such a fate, a thought Lulu agreed with.
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    Orihime Inoue 
Orihime Inoue, Goddess of Prominent Hairpins (Big Boobies, Hime-chan, Jiggles, Princesa, Orihime Kurosaki, Loituma Girl)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her six-petaled hairpins
  • Theme Songs: T'en va pas, Orihime's Line
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: All-Loving Heroine, Barrier Warrior, Really Strange Cooking, Being Waaaaay Out There, Weaving Princess Motif, Huge Breasts, Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak, Healing Others, Prominent Hairpins, Nice Girl, The Pollyanna, Reality Warper, Ichigo-Sexual, Super Cute Superpowers, Took a Level in Badass
  • Domains: Hairpins, Healing, Love
  • Herald: Tatsuki Arisawa
  • High Priestess: Komari
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Yhwach, Shūkurō Tsukishima, Cinder Fall, YHVH, The Trix, Mina Loveberry, Xehanort, Larxene
  • Complicated Relationship: Ulquiorra Cifer
  • A classmate of Ichigo's who is secretly in love with him. Despite having left her abusive parents and now living alone after the death of her older brother, Orihime has a cheerful, somewhat scatterbrained personality as well as a carefree smile. She has the special power, Shun Shun Rikka, which manifests six spiritual beings that "reject" events, forming barriers that shield and undo injuries. After gaining her powers, Orihime joins Ichigo's group of friends and helps him save Rukia in Soul Society. Orihime is later captured to Hueco Mundo because of her powers, leading Ichigo and their friends to go and try to rescue her. Gradually, the hostage situation takes its psychological toll on Orihime, leading her to have a breakdown as she watches her friends get grievously injured trying to save her. After being rescued and recovering from her emotional distress, Orihime has regained her cheerful disposition while having a much firmer resolve in battle, resolute in healing all of Ichigo's injuries and fighting alongside him.
  • Formerly the Goddess of Catchiness, Orihime had stepped down from her role and returned to normal life in Karakura Town. She was in her apartment, eating her strange homemade meal that she made herself, when she was transported to the Pantheon. Upon arrival, she immediately brought out the power of her Shun Shun Rikka to shield herself from any harm in what she perceived to be a dangerous situation. However, Orihime was only informed to bring out her signature pair of six flower-petal hairpins. A gift from her late brother Sora, that she had refused to wear at first until he had died, they are the manifestation of her healing and reality-changing powers, which she has used to save many people. For this, Orihime was bestowed the new title of Goddess of Prominent Hairpins. Now wearing her hairpins as lapel accessories, Orihime is glad to be back in the Pantheon to help her love Ichigo in his many battles, as well as heal the injuries of those in need.
  • She shares a special friendship with Hinata Hyuga of the House of Love and Affection. Their shared kind personalities and love for the boys they've pined for for years due to their courageous, selfless natures and desire to become stronger out of love led the two women to easily bond. When together, many people can even mistake the two mid-conversation due to having identical English voices on top of their similar personalities. While hanging out, Orihime often provides Hinata with her special cooking, which she's politely refused thanks to its strangeness, to say the least, and unappetizing taste to most people who eat it. Hinata has been teaching Orihime some techniques from her clan's signature Gentle Fist taijutsu style. Orihime, who's actually a black-belt martial artist, has been enjoying the lessons with her beloved friend. Their hangouts are a source of much joy for both of the two.
  • Orihime once heard someone shouting "NADESHIKO!!!" before hugging her from behind and giving a handshake. Turns out that was Gentaro Kisaragi who mistook her for his "girlfriend" Nadeshiko Misaki. Orihime was taken aback because with a bit of hair dye and a change of wardrobe, Gentaro looked similar to her beloved Ichigo. Gentaro, upon meeting Orihime, was surprised to see that, despite her startling resemblance to Misaki, her sunny, happy character was very different from his quiet, observant girlfriend. Nevertheless, she became close friends with him and the Kamen Rider Club; she gets along the most with Yuki Jojima and absolutely loves Yuki's Hayabusa song. The boisterous, fun "school club" of teenagers were happy to have another friend in the kind Orihime. Orihime was only happy to reciprocate her friendship with them, which reminds herself of her friends in Karakura High School now that she's in the Pantheon.
  • Orihime's Sōten Kisshun has become renowned within the Pantheon for its incredible power to reject reality, reversing phenomena to return an object or individual to its former state. The House of Health and Diseases, for cases in which even some of its greatest healers cannot do anything, has requested Orihime for her assistance, requests that the kind, selfless healer is unable to ignore. However, with this amazing ability there have arisen people who want to use it for their own selfish motives. After having lost her left arm and eye, Cinder Fall wants her original, healed body back to continue her quest for power. Orihime, who refuses to help a power-hungry villainess, has made herself a target for the cruel sociopath. Orihime, mentally stronger after her ordeal in Hueco Mundo, will use her shields to defend herself against any enemy, Cinder included, if needed.
    • Not only has Orihime's power attracted unwanted attention from the crippled evil in the Pantheon, but also from the House of Religion and Faith. Its rejection of phenomena has been deemed a violation of divine law, a cause of concern for the most sacred deities within the Pantheon who see her as a threat to their divinity. Most offended of all has been the YHVH, who does not take kindly to affronts to His power. However, He was surprised to learn that Orihime Inoue wasn't a Dark Messiah, but a kind, somewhat ditzy teenage girl who cooks weird food in her free time. At the moment, she's not a huge concern to Him, but is wary of her becoming a false prophet for his enemies. Given Orihime's kindness and pacifism, that possibility is very low.
  • Haruhi Suzumiya desired to meet Orihime upon learning that there was a goddess in the Pantheon with that name, which comes from the mythical weaver girl of the Japanese Star Festival legend. When Orihime told Haruhi that her symbolic number is 7/7 and her name can be translated as "Vega Highwell", Haruhi realized Orihime's connection to the Tanabata, which holds a lot of importance in Haruhi's heart. She had written letters to the mythical Hikkoboshi and Orihime, along with meeting the mysterious John Smith, beginning her belief in supernatural beings and making the SOS Brigade write wishes to Vega and Altair. Haruhi is grateful to have met and befriended Orihime. In a way, she fulfilled her wish of meeting the mythical weaver in the Pantheon — a beautiful, kind girl in the sewing club with an unyielding love.
  • Orihime was originally the Goddess of Catchiness for being the Loituma Girl, famous for twirling her leek to a loop of the song "levan polkka". However, Hatsune Mikku, Goddess of Virtual Celebrities, would overshadow Orihime with her cover of "levan polkka" while waving a welsh onion. There was momentary rivalry between Orihime and Miku over their chosen vegetables, but soon after the duo became like a sisterhood, no thanks to their similar kind, out-there personalities (which is Miku's usual programmed personality that can change depending on the role the singer needs to perform). Strangely, they tend to toast their onions in greeting. For her many concerts within the Pantheon, Orihime has VIP tickets to her friend's performances, getting the best seats to see the famed Digital Diva. She can be seen cheering on Miku during her concerts while holding up her signature leek into the air.
  • Orihime had thought she found a companion who could relate to her traumatic captivity in Hueco Mundo, in which she was mistreated, abused, and could only watch as her friends endangered their lives trying to rescue her, when she met Princess Peach, whose repeated kidnapping by Bowser and other villains earned her the title of Goddess of Princesses Constantly in Need of Saving. However, Peach's experiences were much less distressing no thanks to Mario and other's efforts and Bowser's less inhumane behavior, and so she could not empathize as much with Orihime, to her mild dismay. Instead, the two shared about how they've grown out of being damsels, with Orihime becoming a full-on Barrier Warrior and Peach honing her innate magical powers, vegetables throwing, golf clubbing, and hindside attacks. Determined to empower each other and not be burdens, the two kindhearted young women can actually be seen sparring of all things, with Peach trying to break Orihime's barriers. Orihime's barriers become stronger as Peach tries to destroy them with her attacks, training to become one of the best fighters in her tournament. Now close, Peach plans on bringing Orihime to visit the Mushroom Kingdom and letting her try its unique cuisine.
  • Orihime's powers, purely benevolent nature, name literally meaning "weaver princess", and friendship with the similar Kairi has led her to catch the attention of Xehanort, who thinks she has power similar to the Princesses of Heart in his world, whose power together would lead to the fabled Kingdom Hearts. His interest was only piqued further with learning of her power to overrule reality, opening many possibilities for him to attain his goal. However, after his final defeat at the hands of Sora and his friends, Xehanort has abandoned a lot of his villainous aspirations, but Orihime's existence has brought back some of the evil Keyblade master's ambition. A few of his incarnations such as Ansem and Xenmas, however, have their own motives and continue to act villainously, wanting the power of Orihime for whatever schemes they may have. Although, at the moment, they have not made any moves, not wanting the wrath of Ichigo Kurosaki, who has vowed to save Orihime from any threats.
    • With Xehanort's attention, she has also caught the sadistic eye of his former minion Larxene, the Savage Nymph. Seeing the kind, pacifistic healer who avoids violence, Larxene wants to toy with Orihime to fulfill her twistedness. Upon meeting Orihime, she spewed out cruel verbal abuse at her. However, despite her agileness and electrified kunai, Larxene was unable to break through Orihime's defense in both power and mental strength, having been hardened against such verbal abuse after repeated harassment by Loly and Menoly during her captivity in Hueco Mundo. Orihime was unaffected by her insults and pointed out an inner emptiness underneath her callousness, enraging Larxene. Larxene, knowing she was not strong enough just yet, retreated in hopes of mentally breaking her eventually.
  • Meeting Seita and Setsuko Yokokawa stirred in Orihime memories of her beloved older brother Sora, who took care of her, seeing her more as a daughter than a sister, after fleeing from their abusive parents until his tragic death in a car crash. Orihime pitied the siblings, who died during wartime Japan after losing both of their parents in World War II. Orihime was disappointed to hear that Seita's pride led to his refusal to go back to his aunt and Setsuko's death. However, Orihime kept this to herself, not wanting him to have any regrets after death, knowing all too well the pain of this after Sora became the Hollow Acidwire. Orihime hoped that the two tragic siblings could be at peace in death and now in the Pantheon, free from the hardship they had to endure in life. She wished the two of them well, with Seita and Setsuko grateful for her kindness and compassion.
  • "Kurosaki-kun, you know I had a lot of things I wanted to do... I want to be a teacher... I also want to be an astronaut... and also make my own cake shop... I want to go to the sweets bakery and say 'I want one of everything'... Ohhhh, I wish I could live life five times over. Then I'd be born in five different places, and I'd stuff myself with different food from around the world... I'd live five different lives with five different occupations... and then, for those five times... I'd fall in love with the same person..."

Demigods

    Elizabeth I 
Queen Elizabeth the First of England, Goddess of Regal Ruff (Elizabeth Tudor, The Virgin Queen, Gloriana, Good Queen Bess, Bloody Bess)
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Elizabeth, as portrayed by Cate Blanchett

    Georgy Zhukov (The Death of Stalin

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Georgy Konstantinovich Zhukov, The God with a Chest Full of Medals (Marshal of the Soviet Union Georgy Zhukovformerly , Field Marshal Zhukov, The General, The Generalissimo, Marshal of Victory, Hero of the Soviet Union)

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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The insignia of the Red Army; alternatively the many, many medals on his uniform
  • Theme Song: "Moscow, 1953" and officially the State Anthem of the Soviet Union
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (he's far too unpredictable to be Chaotic Good, and principled enough to not be Chaotic Evil)
  • Portfolio: The Most Decorated Soviet General in History, Swooped in at the Last Minute to Arrest Beria, Four-Star Badass, Deadpan Snarker, Calls His Guns "Ladies", Large Ham, The Paragon of the Red Army, His Achievements Protect him from Petty Politics, Has a Rugged Scar Down his Brow, Talk to the Fist, The Token Good Teammate of the Central Committee, Commands a Badass Army
  • Domains: Coups, War, Popularity, Achievements, Mother Russia, Communism, Fighting
  • Heralds:
    • His family: Galina Alexandrovna Semyonova (second wife), Era Zhukova, Ella Zhukova (children from first wife), Margarita Zhukova (child from mistress), Maria Zhukova (child from second wife)
    • His fellow Generals: Marshal Vasily Sokolovsky (his former chief of staff), Marshal Ivan Konev, Marshal Boris Shaposhnikov, Marshal Aleksandr Vasilevsky, Marshal Leonid Govorov, Marshal Konstantin Rokossovsky, Marshal Vasily Chuikov, Army General Nikolai Vatutin, Marshal Semyon Timoshenko, Admiral of the Fleet Nikolay Kuznetsov, Marshal of Aviation Sergei Khudyakov, Chief Marshal of Aviation Alexander Novikov
  • High Priest: George S. Patton
  • Followers: Kris Longknife, Audie Murphy
  • Allies: Dozle Zabi (his best friend in the Pantheon), Vasili Ivanovich Koslov, Viktor Reznov, Dimitri Petrenko, King Bradley (but not who he works for), J. Jonah Jameson, Draco Malfoy
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork/Fair Weather Friends: All American presidents and soldiers, including Chester W. Nimitz, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Lt. Randall and Sgt. Bill Taylor, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Conrad S. Hauser
  • Enemies: Masataka Shima, Gihren Zabi, The Major and Millennium, the Fallen Primarchs
  • Respects: Napoleon Bonaparte, Grand Admiral Thrawn, Erik Lehnsherr/Magneto, The Doom Slayer, Master Chief
  • Respected by: Jack Barnes, Tashkent
  • Opposes: Lucius Malfoy, Zapp Branigan
  • Opposed by: Lt. Karl Fairburne
  • Disappointed in: Garma Zabi
  • The imposing commander in chief of the Red Army. As far as Georgy Zhukov is concerned, the buck stops with him and only with him. In a political landscape where dissidents and traitors are shot left, right and centre, he can count on his wartime reputation to save him from any purge the guy above him is planning. Among his many achievements are suppressing the Tambov Rebellion, hammering the Imperial Japanese Army in Soviet-Mongolia territory (for which he was made a Hero of the Soviet Union), and most importantly, absolutely everything to do with the Eastern Front during World War II, up to and including the final battle in Berlin. Zhukov's tremendously proud of everything he has done for the Soviets and because of that, he literally does not give a shit. Not about money, not about Marxist-Leninist ideology, not about Military Brats and certainly not Lavrentiy Beria. He should know: he had that bugger killed himself.
    Military and Warfare Official: -hereby award Marshal of the Soviet Union Georgy Zhukov with three Orders of Lenin, the Order of the October Revolution, three Orders of Sukhbaatar, the Garibaldi Partisan Star, a Grand Cross of the Order of Merit of Egypt, the Yugoslavian Order of Freedom, a second Medal of Sino-Soviet Friendship, and ordain him a Hero of the Mongolian People's Republic and a quadruple-awarded Hero of the Soviet Union.
    Zhukov: (as Soviet Gold Star is pinned to chest) The fuck is this? You know what they say, three's a crowd and four's a shitload of suck-up.
    Military and Warfare Official: It was for your 60th birthday, sir.
    Zhukov: [...] Well, guess I know what I'm wearing to parties.
  • His family are heralds, and contrary to belief Zhukov actually cares for them and puts them above all else, even his career and personal glory. More importantly, Zhukov commands the full might of the Workers' and Peasants' Red Army, and among them some of the Soviet Union's greatest heroes and champions. Such heavy-hitters as Vasily Chuikov, Ivan Konev, Boris Shaposhnikov, Aleksandr Vasilevsky, Vasily Sokolovsky (his Number Two) and Nikolay Kuznetsov are under Zhukov's command, loyally serving in their posts despite any personal opinions on the egotistical and bombastic Marshal. Refusing to serve any side because he's Marshal Zhukov and he can do whatever the hell he likes, he runs his command (generally the size of one Soviet front, 100 000 men) as his own personal unit, and only occasionally under the auspices of the House of Defense.
  • Has a contentious relationship with the Americans in the Pantheon, as much as he doesn't enjoy it. Zhukov doesn't hold anything against the United States and only opposes them because the Cold War pushed him into it. He's a great guy if you don't cross the line. The only thing that Zhukov considers when talking to people is competence. If you can do your job right, you're good in Zhukov's book. Anyone who he considers a fool or Dirty Cowards just gets a good decking in passing. The apparent continuation of the Cold War in the Pantheon always gives Zhukov pause if he meets an American or anyone allied with the country, since a lot of them avoid him anyway. Soviet soldiers mostly view Zhukov as a hero for saving them the otherwise hopeless war against the Germans, and Zhukov is happy to respond to their fanboyism. If Zhukov really was that anti-American, he wouldn't be such a fan of Coca-Cola, of which he drinks a clear version that resembles vodka called "White Coke".
    • The tension between and Soviet and American deities doesn't abate Zhukov's courtesy towards anyone - something he shares with Daily Bugle editor-in-chief J. Jonah Jameson, another hot-tempered, straightforward man who holds zero prejudices or Irrational Hatred because he Hates Everyone Equally. Jameson for his part has written both positive and negative exposes on Zhukov's conduct, and that untempered streak of objectivity sort of impresses the general.
    • Has worked with many American soldiers in the GUAG, though only if many civilian lives are at stake and the rewards are plentiful. Captain America is thankful for what Zhukov did to help them during World War II, but openly scorns how Zhukov let his soldiers Rape, Pillage, and Burn German civilians on the way into and in Berlin itself. Zhukov doesn't regret it, and he's certainly not apologizing for it. Lt. Karl Fairburne actively avoids Zhukov, having dealt with his unfriendly troops during the Battle of Berlin.
    • Veterans of the Battles of Stalingrad and Berlin like Vasili Ivanovich Koslov, Viktor Reznov, and Dimitri Petrenko admire Zhukov for his tenacity under fire. He visits their fronts often and commends their performance during Stalingrad. Zhukov will take time to remind them and other Soviet troops around the Pantheon to trust and rely on the Soviet ideology to boost them, even if he doesn't buy into it himself.
  • Aside from the obvious thing, Zhukov isn't a fan of Lucius Malfoy. First of all, Lucius is a wannabe evil aristocrat who tries to look competent and calm but became a complete wreck when he lost his wealth and standing after a stint in Azkaban. Zhukov almost wanted to laugh at Lucius getting caught with Death Eaters in the Ministry of Magic, a problem that Lucius couldn't throw his money or influence at.
  • Zhukov despises radicals, thinking that even for a hardcore offensive officer like him, taking things too far, too often will compromise a government immensely. While he went along with the move against Beria simply because he hated the man, the camp led by Khrushchev wasn't pleased that Beria released the bishops from jail to gain favour with the general public and the capitalist bloc.Zhukov wouldn't like his more extreme fellow countrymen like Nikita Dragovich and Yevgeny Borisovitch Volgin, who were hardcore supporters of Stalin in their timelines. Dragovich he focuses his rage on specifically because he wanted to annihilate America with brainwashed sleeper agents despite his own country not wanting to go that far.
  • His experiences in World War II (particularly the concentration camps) have led him to oppose any and all Nazis in the Pantheon. If you're a Nazi, good or bad, Army or SS, civilian or military, you're Zhukov's enemy until you abandon their cause and even then he might shoot you dead just to make himself feel better. HYDRA, Shocker and Millennium are on his shit list, especially The Major for wanting to spark an eternal war with literal Nazi vampires just to thrill himself because he loves war.
    • A bit conflicted on the Zeon civil war. One one hand, Vice Admiral Dozle Zabi (a fleet commander for Char Aznable) is one of his best friends in the Pantheon due to their shared love of frontline duty and a tendency to choose violence over words, and Char's desire to force humanity into space while barbaric has some pure intentions behind it. On the other hand, Gihren is a complete megalomaniac with a mad 'survival of the fittest' ideology not unlike Adolf Hitler and Garma is a complete failure who only got a high position because his father was Sovereign of the country he fought for.
    Zhukov: Took all' me effort not to deck that Spoiled Brat on the floor. Bless him, because unlike Vasily, Garma at least tries not to look like a fuck-up. I still want to give that purple-mopped little scoundrel the beatdown he needs. Punishment builds character I always say.
    • Sympathizes with those who survived the Holocaust, especially those who came out of it completely broken. Erik Lehnsherr's experiences during the Holocaust formed his anti-human rhetoric certainly strikes a chord with Zhukov discovering the concentration camps on the way to Berlin. He may not enjoy being on the receiving end of Magneto's violent mutant revolution (badass or no badass, he's still a regular human), but he understands where Magneto is coming from.
  • Has a strong Yorkshire accent. Don't laugh at it just because it doesn't sound Russian. Zhukov doesn't like being made fun of. At all.
  • Has another temple in the Soldiers and Warriors sub-house.
"When you want a job done right, call the Army."

    Gust 
Gust, Goddess of Expressive Accessories
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    Miles Edgeworth 
Miles Edgeworth, God of Cravats (Reiji Mitsurugi, Demon Prosecutor, Edgey, Edgey-poo)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His three-layered cravat
  • Theme Song: "Triumphant Return"
  • Alignment: Lawful Good with shades of Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Awesomeness by Analysis, Badass Longcoat, Brutal Honesty, Chaste Hero, The Comically Serious, Deadpan Snarker, Defrosting Ice King, Gentleman and a Scholar, Internal Reformist, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, No Social Skills, Only Sane Man, Perpetual Frowner, Pride, Smart People Play Chess, To Be Lawful or Good, Why Did It Have to be Earthquakes?
  • Domains: Law, Good, Investigation, Nobility, Reform.
  • Herald: Dick Gumshoe
  • High Priest: Virion
  • Allies: Wright Anything Agency, The Judge, Matt Murdock/Daredevil, The Doctor
  • Rivals: Perry Mason, Godot, Shuichi Kitaoka
  • Enemies: Dracula, House of Crime, Lex Luthor
  • Annoyed by: Robin, Austin Powers
  • Opposed by/Opposes: Simon Keyes
  • Former Herald of: Manfred von Karma
  • Edgeworth's ascension was a long time coming. He had worked tirelessly with his legal partner Phoenix Wright along with Wright's assistant Maya Fey for many years, demonstrating his intelligence, logic, and legal prowess at every turn. However, it was his honorable neckwear which finally opened the door to his ascension. He was immediately hugged by Phoenix and Maya upon arrival, to his great embarrassment.
  • When he paid Manfred's temple a visit, all he did was stare at him, grin... and show the papers of his ascension, sending the Amoral Attorney into a fit of rage. Those who knew their history were already aware that von Karma had murdered Edgeworth's own father and then attempted to recreate his son in his own image — when that failed, he tried to dispose of Edgeworth through the legal system. The irony was particularly sweet since von Karma was the one who introduced him to the cravat in the first place!
  • Edgeworth also worked under Jack McCoy for a time, even helping him win the God of Prosecutors title from his former mentor.
  • Do not under any circumstances imply that he and Phoenix Wright are anything more than friends.
  • While both he and Godot work as prosecutors in the House of Justice, Miles has started to become more concerned with finding the right person guilty instead of just convicting the defendant. Their existing rival turns even more bitter if Phoenix sides with the accused.
  • Did not take it well when Robin called someone wearing his sacred cloth a "grown man in a bib." As if to spite the tactician, he quickly made Virion his high priest. Nevertheless, his fellow Awakening brethren were grateful to see him at least occasionally.
  • As a prosecutor, it is his duty to prove defendants guilty as charged. Before, he believed anyone who came before him must be guilty — if not of that crime, then something else. He grew out of it by learning to seek only the truth of the case, though that certainly doesn't mean he's gone soft. He has worked with Perry Mason in the past, who always seems to pick innocent clients: once Mason's client was shown to be innocent, the two would work together to force the true culprit to confess.
  • He also competes with Shuichi. The two have different motivations for their careers; the Kamen Rider only helps those who can return favor for him. Miles has always been more about the conviction over money.
  • He has a lot more in common with Matt Murdock, especially after his Heel–Face Turn. The two often help take down convicted criminals. And if further evidence is needed, Daredevil can provide some welcoming back up for the prosecutor during his investigations.
  • Most of his followers wear their cravats with dignified grace. Austin Powers is not one of those men. His flamboyant congrats on his ascension erred Edgeworth to no end. Still, the spy still knows how to make it look good on him.
  • Dracula once tried to use mind control to convince the prosecutor to give away his title. Luckily Phoenix Wright challenged him to court to defend his friend. Together, they won the case that very day and forced Dracula to pay a fine for the damages.
  • Criminals, in general, fear his ability to take down their lawyers, especially after working more closely with Phoenix Wright. Even Lex Luthor admits him to be one of his most challenging foes in the courtroom.
  • Before he thought bowties were cool, the Doctor was fond of cravats, especially the Fourth and Eighth versions. The time lord joked that meant he has been wearing them before Miles Edgeworth even existed.
  • Takes great pains to avoid the subhouse of Earth. He wants to make sure that no one else knows of his fear of earthquakes. He can at least be grateful that the Pantheon doesn't have as many of the sort as Japan.
  • Make sure never to mention his devotion to the Steel Samurai franchise. He will coldly scoff at you for associating him with such a childish endeavor... before hastily walking out.
    • He HAS been seen around Toku base a few times, though he claims he's studying the layout in case he's ever accused of something and ends up in the same courtroom as his abovementioned rival Shuichi Kitaoka. It pays to be able to defend yourself against a Kamen Rider, even in a court of law.

    Olivia 
Olivia, Goddess of Jewelry (Lychee)
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  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: The Rockinium Z crystal
  • Theme Songs: Initially the Kahuna Battle Theme, the Alolan Elite Four theme on her Rank Up, her battle theme from Masters
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Ms. Fanservice, Pink Means Feminine, Owns A Jewelry Shop And Decked Out With Jewelry, Badass Kahuna, The Ace, Girls Love Stuffed Animals, Uses Rock Types, Becomes Part Of The Elite 4, Hartman Hips, Christmas Cake, Implied To Be Waiting For A Good Man, Let's Get Dangerous!
  • Domains: Rocks, Jewelry, Affection, Challengers
  • Herald: Her main Pokemon, a Midnight Form Lycanroc
  • Party Pokémon: Probopass, Gigalith, Armaldo, Cradily, Carbink, Relicanth, Alolan Golem, Midnight Form Lycanroc
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Wary of: Guzma, Sableye, the House of Otherness Abominations
  • The Alola region's path to being champion is a lot different from most other Pokemon regions. Along with a trial or two, each island has an Island Kahuna chosen by the guardian deity. Tapu Lele and Akala Island has this in the form of Olivia. A shapely, kind-hearted and powerful trainer, she specializes in Rock-type Pokemon. Her ace in the hole is the Dusk Form Lycanroc. Later on she became part of the Elite 4 Professor Kukui founded.
  • Olivia is decked out in jewelry, and this isn't just a fashion statement-she owns a jewelry and accessory store in her hometown of Konikoni City. You can also buy some evolutionary stones, and one fossil per customer. She's made her temple that very store, and has opened it to serve as the pantheon's jewelry store. She was very happy to learn of the Mythical Pokemon Diancie, being both a Rock type Pokemon and capable of naturally producing gemstones.
  • Her expertise with jewelry made her an asset for Rarity, along with Rarity being a Fashion Designer. Keeps an eye out for Spike since he eats gems, but isn't too concerned since he behaves. She's more worried about the mischievous Sableye stealing and eating her products.
  • Smaug was interested in her jewelry, given he has never come across things like evolutionary stones and wondering if he could strengthen his hide with them. Olivia attacked him like he was a significantly stronger Pokemon, and her attacks were ineffective. Fortunately his flame breath retained its lack of effectiveness against her Rock Pokemon. Smaug was chased off by other members of the House of Costumes, while Ripto began pilfering evolutionary stones in the chaos to help fuel his own magical spells. She wasn't amused by these turn of events.
  • Her ascension was helped thanks to Professor Kukui. Tapu Lele helped, given Olivia is its patron Kahuna. She's friendly with all the Rock type Pokemon in the pantheon, who she sees as rugged and oddly enough adorable. She was especially happy to see Probopass, given she had one of them on her own team. Olivia has been using the House of Earth and Rock for training her Pokemon more. She was happy to meet Geb, due to him being a benevolent Rock Monster.
  • Has a bunch of Stufful dolls in her home, along with an actual Stufful. They're popular with single women. Along with her fondness for jewelry and pink clothes, she's pretty girly. She was horrified to learn of SCP-1048, and what it can do and make. She considers Lotso despicable as well. She was happy to see there's a good bear, Winnie the Pooh, in the pantheon. Her herald and ace is the Midnight Form of Lycanroc (Midday Form in the anime), and is hoping to get him in the pantheon one day. Experience with the Rockruff line has led her to get along well with other wolves, like Grey Wolf Sif and Zingore.
  • She and Ned Stark also get along, both because of the wolf symbolism and their responsibilities as Lord and Kahuna respectively. Ned advises her to cover up if she wants to visit the North, it's far colder than Alola. She's also friendly with Lilo and Stitch, given they are heroic figures from Hawaii, of which Alola is heavily based on. Seems interested in the different experiments, noticing that they're similar to Pokemon. Sparky could really help out her home town's light house.
  • Deeply disturbed by Ragyo Kiryuin. Lusamine(original Sun and Moon games) proved similar to her, being a public philanthropist seeking to turn the region into a place cosmic horrors would be free to cause havoc. Except Ragyo is far worse since she doesn't even have the excuse of being under More Than Mind Control and wishes to betray ALL humanity despite originally being human. She keeps away from the House of Otherness Abominations.
  • Olivia is the youngest Kahuna who was chosen and didn't inherit the job. She insists she's just an average girl. She's not as normal as she claims. Also, don't call her ma'am.
  • Has found herself fawned over by a fellow Rock-Type Specialist named Brock. Surprisingly, she reciprocates those feelings as well. Gods are absolutely ecstatic to ship these two together.

    Yogi Bear 
Yogi Bear, God of Delimitative Ring Collars
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: Hs head with the ring collar
  • Theme Song: The Yogi Bear Show Intro
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: The First TV Breakout Character who's "smarter than the average bear, Has 'Bear' as his last name, Loveable Rogue, Big Eater, a Funny Bear, will still give you a beating for hurting Boo Boo
  • Domains: Animal, Trickery
  • Herald: Boo Boo Bear
  • Allies: Casper, Mystery Inc., The Care Bears
  • Rivals: Fred Flintstone
  • Opposed By: Smokey the Bear, Justin Timberlake
  • Feared by: Billy
  • Observed by: Steve Irwin
  • Uneasy Relationship: Winnie the Pooh, Paddington Bear
  • Odd Friendship: Lazlo, Raj, and Clam
  • Fears: Zangief
  • It all started with reports in the House of Nature that campers kept on losing their picnic baskets. Sherlock Holmes and Watson were hired to find the culprit. Holmes' stellar detective skills deducted that the culprit resided in the House of Beasts. Clues led them over to a forest. It was there that the two encountered two bears who had already eaten the food. While the bears made their getaway thanks to a clever diversion, the detective had enough information to reach a conclusion; that Yogi Bear and his partner Boo Boo Bear have established a home there. Parks have subsequently blanked the area with 'Do not feed the animals' signs, but it's unlikely that will stop them. After all, Yogi is smarter than the average bear.
    • As with quite a few deities in the Pantheon, they have another show to thank for their meteoric rise. Their first appearance was in The Huckleberry Hound Show.It wasn't long before their popularity earned him his own show before becoming the mascot of Hanna-Barbera. The two are remorseful for the hound's failure to ascend and they hope to help him do just that.
  • Their ascension and subsequent mischief exposed a shocking revelation: there was no official park ranger in the Pantheon. As it is rare to have such characters as protagonists, the park rangers were divided into several fates. While Yogi was delighted that this makes the likelihood of the Park Ranger Smith ascending slim, he does miss the antics he played on him.
  • Steve Irwin was up to the task of tracking the two bears. But instead of capturing them, the Australian had decided instead to keep watch over the two. Sure he would try to get them to turn in any picnic baskets if he sees them in the act, but he figured it would be better if he teaches them how to eat a bear's natural diet. Steve has his work cut out for him on that, as Yogi has frequently voiced his disgust in such edibles.
  • One would expect for scouts to adhere to the notion not to feed the animals. Instead, Lazlo respects their free-thinking as bears trying things out of the norm. He has stopped short of openly helping the bears in their schemes, but he has offered food for them at times when pickings are low.
  • Shaggy and Scooby were already acquainted with the duo. While they haven't met before, he told a story of genies in their likeness in such a detailed way that one had to wonder if it was a real tale. Most would chalk it up to interpreting the classic Aladdin story, but the two bears have sworn that the tales were indeed true.
  • Fred Flintstone share a more antagonistic relationship despite having the same creator. Yogi can't help but steal Fred's lunch whenever he goes into the forest fr his lunch break. Fred does have ways around this though; for one, his bowling skills are more than enough to bowl the two over.
  • The two also were part of a crew that celebrated Casper's first Christmas. While things were delayed by a scrooge of a ghost, the gang was eventually able to change his mind on the subject. Yogi agreed to keep the friendly ghost company every Christmas since their ascension.
  • The wrestler Zangief was excited to have another bear to wrestle. Neither Yogi nor Boo Boo are the type to raise fisticuffs and instead have taken an astonishing amount of effort to avoid the Russian wrestler at all times.
  • Meanwhile, Billy has his own reasons for avoiding the bear. The two nearly assaulted him while he was walking down the park. The two admitted it wasn't their best picnic basket heist, blaming it on the last meal they had.
  • Bear deities Winnie the Pooh and Paddington do try to be friendly towards Yogi Bear, but have distanced themselves from their antics. It wasn't that they were antagonistic towards Yogi Bear, just that they didn't think it was nice to steal from others. Winnie the Pooh was especially against stealing from Christopher Robin. For their part, Yogi and Boo Boo have avoided doing so.
  • Smokey has been more antagonistic towards the two. While the two done a good job in preventing wildfires, he was not a fan of their basket-stealing ways. As the only park ranger deity, he tasked himself for keeping the bears from stealing food from campers.
  • Has been under the watch of the Care Bears for some time now. While the group is wary of his capers, the bears are alright with his healthy display of emotions. They also liked how Yogi cares for Boo Boo.
  • When Boo Boo found out his voice sounded like a certain pop star, he had an idea on how to use that to their advantage. The bears staged a meet and greet with a hologram and dome good old-fashioned ventriloquism. Boo Boo told his adoring fans to give them food in exchange for a conversation. The plan went well...until the real actor found out about it. Justin Timberlake marched over to the place and chased the bears away. He has since warned passers-by of someone who may impersonate his voice.
  • Nowadays, Yogi can meet his dietary needs in the House of Food. He was astonished at the variety and makes sure to go there for items he can't find (or steal) anywhere else. With that said, he hasn't stopped pilfering baskets. Some say he prefers the thrill of the steal.

Quasideities

    Linus van Pelt 
Linus van Pelt, God Of Security Blankets
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