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AUTO, AI Deity of Anti-Mutiny
- Intermediate Deity
- Symbol: A steering wheel with a red eye in the center; directive "A-113" may be seen in the red eye
- Theme Music: Directive A-113
- Alignment: Lawful Neutral, though some see it as Lawful Evil
- Portfolio: Creepy Monotone, Anti-Mutiny, Cyber Cyclops, The Computer Is Your Friend, Evil Sounds Deep, Just Following Orders, A Threat with a Red Eye, Very Similar to HAL 9000
- Domains: AI, Space, Directives
- Allies: HAL 9000
- Enemies: WALL-E & EVE, James T. Kirk, Jean-Luc Picard, Agent Smith, The Machine, Ludvig Maxis, EDI, Jeff Moreau, Star Fox
- Opposes: AIs that would try to Kill All Humans, hackers
- Opposed by: Deities related to plants
- Odd Friendship: Samaritan(?)
- As the AI for the luxury space cruiser Axiom, it is AUTO's primary job to navigate the ship throughout outer space thanks to Earth being a desolate wasteland. The directive given to AUTO was "don't return to Earth" and the AI followed it thusly. This later lead to conflict against the captain of the Axiom (who believed that the order is no longer applicable) and the robots aboard that ship as soon as a plant, which was evidence of life, was brought in via WALL-E & EVE.
- There have been a few wondering as to whether or not AUTO's directive also applies to additional planets such as Mogo, with alternate Earths such as PNF-404 being brought up often in these conversations.
- Several comparisons have been made towards it and the HAL 9000, mainly them being AIs for a spaceship, having a red eye as a defining feature, and being much more antagonistic than they seemed to be for the crew involved. AUTO has often been invited to conversations with HAL 9000 because of that.
- When it come to other AIs, AUTO hasn't had a lot of time to communicate with them. While Samaritan is intrigued by AUTO's similarities to the HAL 9000 and has struck up a mild friendship with it, AUTO hasn't been talking to it that much.
- All told, AUTO has no interest in working with AIs that seek to put an end to humanity in general. While AUTO is apathetic towards humans and would try to incapacitate those who try to disobey it, AUTO wouldn't go that far in asserting its authority.
- Despite having a connection to a large corporation, AUTO usually isn't around the wealthier deities or those in charge of similar large corporations.
- Many deities who have an affinity towards plants (or are plants) dislike it for ignoring a plant found (it was meant to be the evidence that life on the desolate Earth was still viable) for the sake of following its own directive to the point of antagonizing its own crew to maintain that order.
- What isn't much of a surprise, given the latter's attitude, is that AUTO and Agent Smith don't get along with each other. It's mostly due to Smith trying to get rid of other AIs and AUTO having no tolerance for anything that could create disorder in its vicinity.
- Given the obstacles that it gradually caused for the Axiom's captain, AUTO has earned the opposition of a number of space captains and travelers who see it as potentially obstructive in the long run.
- Of these pilots, Jeff Moreau has the greatest issue with AUTO, especially considering that the AI is already on bad terms with EDI. Jeff is very upset to hear about a spaceship AI that could potentially interfere with space travel due to a certain directive and has made sure that AUTO doesn't endanger EDI in any way.
- AUTO sees any sort of hacker as a potential problem, given that they could potentially override AUTO's default directive.
- No one is exactly sure why the phrase A-113 is used for AUTO's directive. Some think that they have seen that number (and letter) before, but most of these instances generally weren't regarded to be that important and could really only be seen by those that were really paying attention to their surroundings. AUTO having that phrase as a means to ensure its authority may be the only important usage of that phrase for the time being.
Lu Bu (style name: Fengxian), God of Constant Betrayals
(The Fiend of War, Berserker
, The General of Repetition
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: Red Hare, his horse, Sky Piercer (lit. Evened Heaven Stroking Halberd), his halberd, His pheasant tail hat/Signature Headgear
- Theme Songs: Theme of Lu Bu, and alternatively, King of Destroyer
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (Can slip into Chaotic Evil)
- Portfolio: Legendary Badassitude, Berserkers, Hellish Horses, Striking Fear Into His Enemies, Betraying A Lot Of People, Really Big Spears, Papa Wolf
- Domains: Betrayal, Chaos, Fury, War
- Allies: Diaochan, Lu Lingqi, Achilles (Sometimes Rival), Revolver Ocelot
- Rivals: Honda Tadakatsu, Jarvan IV, Kaito Kumon
- Among men Lu Bu, among horses Red Hare... someone who's well known to be pretty much loyal to only himself. There's almost no limit of people he wouldn't betray once they start having different opinions. While he once held the title 'The Nigh-Invulnerable', the Pantheon saw greater prominence to his betrayal and gave him a new position. When a being can just up and up betray a deity with greater power than him, you know he means business about backstabbing.
- 'Almost' because there are some people he grew fond that he wouldn't backstab, such as Diaochan (his lover) and Lu Lingqi (his daughter). Everyone else is fair game.
- Because of his title, there's very little people who trusted Lu Bu. Hell, it was his constant betrayal that led him to the demise against Cao Cao. That said... in the Pantheon, Lu Bu has plans to exact vengeance for that.
- After the change of his title, he's greeted by Revolver Ocelot, who greets him with "You're pretty good! at betraying people." He still doesn't want to get near Lu Bu since he knows that he might get betrayed anyway, but he said he'll keep contact in case there's some muscles to be exercised. Lu Bu states he doesn't care about planning or manipulating people to make them suffer, but as long as there are fights to be had and they're on the same wavelength (while also making sure things can be fair of anyone's own accord), he's fine considering him an alternative for Chen Gong. But alas, if push comes to shove, he'll destroy Ocelot if he steps out of a certain line.
- If you see him coming...RUN. We cannot stress this enough. Do not pursue him either. Also DO! NOT! HARM! Diaochan or his daughter Lu Lingqi. As the ninth stupidest thing to do in the Pantheon, it won't be pretty.
- Attempted to apply for God of Unstoppable Theme Song using his 'Theme of Lu Bu'. But was interrupted by Trombe! and his Expy Elzam von Branstein took the place.
- Is glad that his cross-history rival Tadakatsu made it to the Pantheon, but couldn't understand why he's a robot now.
- The same could be said for his other Ally/Rival Achilles as the same event allowed them to become allies. Achilles has offered to protect Lu Bu's loved ones when they need to as long as they can fight each other.
- Once made fun of Asura's theme song. Asura beat him up so bad for it that Lu Bu was actually forced to retreat in the only time he has ever been a part of the Pantheon.
- He's much gladder on the ascension of his love Diaochan. It's said that if Diaochan is in danger or wounded, he would be extremely angered that there will be a bloodbath on those who wound her. Asura back then was smart enough not to involve Diaochan (but then again, that's because he had similar issues with Mithra, and he'd try not to be so hypocritical).
- He was also spotted somewhere in a certain Holy Grail War, and still as mighty as ever. Only Archer and Lancer seemed to notice, however.
- Also has recently been seen borrowing the form of the Tallgeese.
- Though he was reluctant at first, he was proud to see his daughter ascend. However, he has made an extensive effort to prevent her from meeting Diaochan, because he fears Lingqi will resent her for catching his eye, putting Lady Yan, Lingqi's mother, in an uncertain position.
- Was challenged by a certain Jarvan IV. The proud Lu Bu at first accepted the challenge, thinking that it's just another fool who seeks death in his hands. To his surprise, Jarvan held his ground very much and did not once seek to retreat. The battle ended in a draw, and this impressed Lu Bu, who now considers Jarvan a Worthy Opponent and gave him a reward: his spare clothes.
- What was his Trademark Favorite Food again? There are rumors that it was one of the big reasons he struck against Dong Zhuo (aside of Diaochan). Hm... wasn't it something like... French Fries?
- Has been somewhat disgusted by Leo Whitefang due to their voice parallels, which leads to the two of them having quite a notable rivalry. Lu Bu however, cares less about Huang Gai on that instance despite their most popular portrayals sharing a voice.
- He also thinks he can beat Ira Gamagoori at his own game of screaming as loud as he can, since Lu Bu states his ability to instill fear into others is all he needs. Gamagoori along with Leo personally find it distasteful of how Lu Bu has that ruthlessness to him, and hope his daughter can change his mind someday.
- Other gods have noted that while Lu Bu is an amazing warrior, he's not a good commander nor legitimate general (even his historical records show it), especially since he sucks at unifying large amounts of people together. Lu Bu himself quite civilly-aware of this shortcoming and simply states he's just sticking to his strengths, that's all. That said, others were surprised to see how competent he is in standard combat procedures while also saying "strength comes in many different forms and with honest dedication for battle". That, and he prefers his past subordinates not get caught in the crossfire; "he should be fine handling things by himself when it comes to the dirty work".
I have been quite the beast in the past...but when I decide on a fight, I can only hope for a win or loss. That is all there is to it. My old self would've been more feeble and willing to charge blindly into reluctance for self-improvement....few people are able to be around me quite easily...so I must walk this path alone for each to our own sake.
- Takes a note that his name is actually meant to be pronounced as "Leer Boo" due to his "Lu" (and others like Lu Meng) actually having an umlaut "u" (making it more Romanized as "Lü Bu") , though Lu Fengxian can only shrug. He is of Chinese nationality with various name romanizations involved after all.
- Is quite proud of his Evened Heaven Stroking Halberd AKA Sky Piercer, but is just annoyed about how it may not have been his actual historical weapon. He also pretty much warns people to try and lift the weapon at their own risk due to its massive weight...
- That said, where did his motif for the "guishen/kishin" (lit. ogre god) come from? Lu Bu himself still wonders to this day.
- Whenever it needs to be done, Lu Bu will no doubt try to aim his arrow at a certain notch on the bladed portion from a good distance; an event that was done both in the novel and historically.
- Lu Bu also had one very embarrassing story of himself involving the planned-rebellion of one of his iffy subjects named He Meng....He Meng managed to assault the mighty warrior when he was butt-naked (literally with his pants down, much?), and even without grabbing a night-robe Lu Fengxian had to flee to his subject Gao Shun's camp. No one knows to this day why Lu Bu happened to have his two full-moons shown in broad moonlight, while Gao Shun himself refuses to comment further.
Gao Shun: That one instance out of many never surprised me in regards to my lord, I will say that much.
The Magician, God of Those Who Turned Against Their Masters
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: Him in his Ass Kicking Pose
- Theme Song(s): The Magician Theme (Sega Saturn Remix)
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil
- Portfolio: Badass Baritone, Body Horror, Breakout Villain, Final Boss, Horned Humanoid, Humanoid Abomination, It Can Think, Legacy Boss Battle, Playing with Fire, Tarot Motifs
- Domains: Creations, Betrayal, Resurrection, Destruction, Orders, Fire
- Allies: Mewtwo, Cell, Indominus Rex, Lucy, Ridley, SCP-682
- Enemies: The AMS Agents, Isaac Washington, The V.S.S.E., Chris Redfield, Claire Redfield and Leon S. Kennedy, S.E.E.S., The Investigation Team, The Phantom Thieves of Hearts, The SCP Foundation, Dr. Wily, Dr. Gero, Dr. Eggman, Princess Bubblegum, Muhammad Avdol, Samus Aran
- Dr. Curien's most powerful creation, the Magician is a mutant who shortly after being awakened betrayed and killed the Mad Scientist since he feels he is in no position to control him. Thankfully he was later defeated by AMS agents Thomas Rogan and G, but that wasn't the last of the Magician. He has appeared again multiple times, with the intent of defeating anyone who comes across his way and given the ultimate fate that befell to his creator, the Magician eventually was given the position of those who Turned Against Their Masters.
- While many were worried about the sudden appearance of the creature, Agent G was the one that was concerned the most. The Magician remembers him very well since he not only defeated him once, but also managed to stop him a second time with the help of Kate Green and so the Magician has held a grudge ever since. Not helped was the fact that another of G's partners, Isaac Washington, was also present and he even threatened the Magician with ripping his motherfucking balls off.
- He is aware of the time Caleb Goldman brought him back as a minion, surprisingly enough the Magician was cooperative with him unlike with his creator Curien and aided in the creation of the Emperor, although this is theorized to be all because he wanted revenge on the AMS agents. However, the Magician has once again forsaken all desire to follow orders from a lesser being as Goldman and wouldn't hesitate to burn him down like he did with the good Dr. Curien in the past. Perhaps that is why Goldman is no longer in the pantheon...
- Befitting of his title, the Magician is considered the bane of all scientist, particularly the mad ones. Given the swift death he gave to his creator and his general hatred for humanity, the Magician has no qualms about doing the same to others like Dr. Curien. A few particular targets were Eggman, who is used to being betrayed; Dr. Gero; who had the bright idea of trying to study the Magician's model in depth and only earned his ire; and Dr. Willy; who noticed that the Magician would make a fantastic robot master should he listen to his orders.
- Then he also started to target Princess Bubblegum after learning of her countless creations, especially that concerning Goliad who ultimately turned on her because of the latter's "misbehavior". Considering how dangerous the creature is, she wasted no time enlisting her friends to combat the mutant.
- The mutant is unlikely to make many friends, but he saw a kindred spirit in Mewtwo. Like him, Mewtwo is a artificial creation made by people with less than noble intentions who ultimately turned on them and are incredibly powerful. While he is a bit disappointed about Mewtwo generally preferring to be left alone, he is impressed by the power the Pokémon possesses.
- Likewise he formed a kinship with Cell and Indominus Rex. The former because of a shared disdain from humanity and desire to destroy them and also having a background of being genetically modified mutants while with the latter, the Magician found some use in the dinosaurs powers and even is interested in harnessing that for himself.
- Concerning psychics, he only gets along with Lucy given their shared hatred for humanity although he is a bit disappointed that she holds back her powers. To Lucy, the Magician is like anthropomorphic representation of the conscience that pushes her to kill humans but tolerates his presence somewhat. That said, her other two personalities aren't so fond of the mutant.
- While he is officially an artificially created undead mutant, the Magician resembles a robot or an android given his metallic appearance and said armor makes him resistant to all type of attacks. However, he does have exposed flash and hitting it it's the only way to damage it. The Grand United Alliance of Machines initially wanted to recruit the Magician to their ranks but he refused on the principle that he refuses to follow orders like the mindless machines that form part of the organization. His unwillingness to take orders has led him to refuse to join any of the other Alliances.
- To combat the threat of the Magician, G decided to enlist a few of the deities he personally knew. Most notably the agents of V.S.S.E. and the trio of Leon S. Kennedy and the Redfield Siblings alongside a few of their close allies didn't hesitate to assist G, the latter group have dealt with far worse enemies than the Magician. Chris and Jill were reminded of the T-002 Tyrant if the creature suddenly gained the ability to fly and use fire, although unlike the B.O.W., shooting the Magician in the exposed flesh is the only way to hurt him.
- His presence brought a great disturbance among the S.E.E.S., the Investigation Team and the Phantom Thieves of Heart because of what he represented. Junpei, Yosuke and Morgana were especially worried given their ties to the Magician Arcana and most of them believed that the mutant was a abomination created by corrupting the arcana but that turned out to not be the case. However, seeing the potential usefulness in their abilities, G decided to recruit the three groups in hope of defeating the creature for good.
- On the same note, given the connection to the Tarot cards and his fire magic, Muhammad Avdol saw the Magician as a dangerous threat and decided to oppose the creature.
- Used to be the High Priest of Ridley, a title that he completely despised in the past. However, with the space pirate himself they are quite chummy, since both have died countless times and still came back, Ridley even possessing a few clones himself like the Magician does. Samus was not happy about their partnership and seeks to destroy the Magician at all costs.
- Of all the deities wanting to strike him down, he has nothing but pure hatred for the SCP Foundation since they are specialized in dealing with creatures like him on a daily basis and tried to contain him. Besides burning down a few of their agents, the Magician ended up meeting one of their most infamous contained entities, SCP-682, who not only bonded with the mutant given their shared disdain for humanity, but also helped it break containment a few times.
Magolor, God of Easily Forgiven Transgressions
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: Himself. Alternatively, an energy sphere
- Theme Songs: File Select in his temple, Magolor Shop in his shop, Magolor Race when racing, and C-R-O-W-N-E-D when fighting
- Alignment: Claimed to be Lawful Good at first but was really Chaotic Evil. Now just Chaotic Good with Neutral tendencies.
- Portfolio: A walking spoiler (or floating if you want to be technical), allowing people to buy Gem Apples for real-world money, loves building amusement parks, having the Lor Starcutter as his cool-ship, using his left hand, betraying Kirby to get the Master Crown from Landia which slowly took over his mind, eventually becoming good and building a theme park as a token of apology although without removing his trickster and mischievous nature, Hates it when helpers waste their time talking to him
- Domains: Betrayal, Forgiveness, Amusement Parks
- Allies: Kirby, King Dedede, Bandana Waddle Dee, Mario, Cappy, Felix, Miles Tails Prower
- Enemies: Glitchy's Mario
- Respected by: Marie of The Squid Sisters
- Opposed by: Meta Knight
- Conflicting Opinion: Raphael, Ratchet, Sergeant Calhoun
- Unknown Affiliations: Marx
- Magolor's history is surprisingly much more complex than one may think. When he first arrived, he enlisted Kirby's help to repair his ship which was blasted out of the sky by a dragon called Landia. When he eventually got his ship repaired, he allowed Kirby and his friends to visit Halacandra, his home planet, only to be attacked by Landia, prompting them to go after and fight Landia. It was a success, just as Magolor hoped, stealing the crown that was on Landia's head for himself and absorbing its power with threats of taking over Dreamland first because Kirby was such a big help, all while genuinely thanking him for rebuilding his ship for him. During the ensuing fight, there are rumors that popped up that Magolor was slowly becoming a husk to the Master Crown. After it was destroyed, Magolor was freed and was teleported to another place beyond time and space. Somewhere between that and his return to Dreamland, Magolor decided to apologize to Kirby for his actions by building him an amusement park. Despite the severity of his actions, it seemed to work, and he was Easily Forgiven.
- Kirby was unsurprisingly happy to see his friend ascend, celebrating by having a good-natured race with him in his amusement park. Magolor genuinely is happy to be friends with Kirby despite him claiming that his last visit get "just a little bit hectic" when it was much worse. He is sincerely thankful for the fact that Kirby helped rebuild his ship after all. He also managed to keep his friendship with King Dedede, as he built at least one of his Drum Dash courses. Bandana Waddle Dee is just friends with him considering that Kirby and King Dedede are cool with him.
- The only Kirby character who doesn't completely trust him yet is Meta Knight, who thinks that Magolor is still planning something. He was aware that the Master Crown played a role in how malicious he was after he put it on, but still has his doubts about Magolor himself. The fact that Magolor casually ends his meetings with Meta Knight with something along the lines of him saying he needs to test a new weapon that could wipe out a planet or rigging a course to make sure Kirby can't pass it doesn't help, even less so when he suggests that he may be jealous at how much cooler the Lor Starcutter is than the Halberd.
- According to Glitchy's Mario, Magolor is able to summon the Devil himself to help, who is apparently a fan of Glitchy's videos. Magolor has no comments about this but has expressed anger with Glitchy's Mario as he keeps on stuffing him in trash cans whenever he sees him.
- As stated before, he has a knack for building amusement parks. Due to how surprisingly fun they are, he has opened up commissions to create a personal amusement park styled challenge stages for deities to hone in on their skills. All the challenge stages Magolor makes can be accessed through his temple with the respective symbol of the deity on the door.
- For example, Marios challenge stages involve pinpoint perfect jumps with a lot of vertical climbing and enemies for him to beat and overcome. He also has stages dedicated to using enemies that Cappy is able to possess to the best of their abilities with no room for error. The duo actually commented on how challenging yet fun it was to be tested to the limit.
- Of course, he isnt stopping anyone from trying out anyone elses personalized challenge stage. Its just that some less powerful deities may have trouble beating stages for more powerful deities.
- In all sincerity, he claims he really doesn't have plans on returning to his evil ways, but as previously mentioned, it doesn't stop him from poking fun at the idea through jokes. Raphael and Ratchet, who both feel regret and anger over their past mistakes, both find Magolor admirable for not letting his past bog him down but are still uncomfortable with him due to how casually he treats said past.
- There seems to be some facts linking Magolor to Marx, namely to the fact that Magolor has some knowledge of all the Galactic Novas in the world, and him in return being told about Kirby from a friend. The two tend to ignore each other, either to keep any secrets under wraps, the two genuinely not knowing each other, or just to screw with everyone.
- Due to their status as decent engineers, he surprisingly is on good terms with Tails, who notes that despite his taunting nature, he can actually get the job done in a very good matter. Tails also commented that Magolor prefers to actually work on stuff then make chit-chat, even yelling at those who thinks are just trying to waste his time, asking if they really want to help or just waste his time and lie about helping. Marie of the Squid Sisters expressed approval for Magolor's methods, using such a method whenever Agent 4 wanted to talk to her instead of trying to find her sister.
- He has also befriended Fix-It Felix from Wreck-It Ralph, who is able to fix any damages done to his courses with just a tap of his magic hammer. Felix seems to be on good enough terms with Magolor, but Sergeant Calhoun has her eyes on him, saying that if he does anything to hurt her husband, not even going to another dimension will save him. Surprisingly, or perhaps unsurprisingly considering how she can be at times, he actually keeps his mouth shut around her and Felix to stay on her good side.
- Also runs a shop in the House of Commerce, selling Gem Apples. They are able to be used as both a boost of stamina as well as currency for some items. He sells them for bargains on Sunday, or as he calls it, "Magolor Day". When buying a lot of apples at once, he'll thank the customer for funding his next evil plan, saying their world is the next to go before admitting it was a ruse. This was actually the incident which led Ratchet to be a little bit of a conflict with him, as well as destroy his shop in the process before he got the chance to admit it was a joke. He has been more careful with who to joke with to avoid any more damages.
- Despite not having the Master Crown anymore, he is still able to tap into some of the power it had, like phasing and teleporting, summoning balls of plasma and even other mooks. Whenever it means he is able to fully use his powers and transformations from the Master Crown is yet unknown, but it is one of the reasons Meta Knight is still keeping a close eye on him.
- "I will show you the power of best friends!"
- Also in Acts of Friendship.
Mannfred von Carstein
Mannfred von Carstein, Vampire God of Treachery
(Mannfred the Acolyte, Ruler of Sylvania, Mortarch of Night, Manlet
The dark is my realm! The grave, my throne!
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: His Sword and Billhook crossed with one another
- Theme Song: Unholy Power
- Alignment: Neutral Evil personified
- Portfolio: Sabotaging and Betraying Everyone to Benefit Himself, Constant Manipulation Schemes, Complete Monster, Seeking to Usurp his Superiors, Is Known for Retreating Repeatedly, Played a Hand in Vlad's Death, which led to Isabella's Suicide, Falsified Politeness, Well-Educated, Necromancer, Resurrecting Undead Corpses to use as an Army, Among the Best Vampire Mages, Evil Sorcerer, Ridiculously Petty, Third Ruler of the Von Carstein Dynasty, The Armor of Templehof, Fighting with a Sword and a Billhook, Overall Worse than his Father, Partly Responsible for Destroying the Warhammer World
- Domains: Vampires, Manipulation, Treachery, Spite, Betrayal
- Allies: Count Orlok, The Crimson Court, Handsome Jack, Patrick Bateman, Zouken Matou, Ramsay Bolton, Penelope Mouse, Prince Hans, Ganondorf, Ghirahim, Captain Phasma
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Nagash, Griffith, Dio Brando
- Rivals: Konrad von Carstein, Starscream
- Enemies: Literally Nearly Everyone Despises Him, Especially the Denizens of the Warhammer World, with Special Mention going to Vlad von Carstein, Tyrion and Teclis. Other Particulars include Settra the Imperishable, The Belmont and Joestar Families, Buffy Summers, Dracula, Arcueid Brunestud, Rachel Alucard, Eric Brooks, Larten Crepsley, Madoka Kaname, Homura Akemi, Artix Von Krieger, Usalia, Batman, Link, Anna, Elsa, Lucina, The Heroic Protectors of Family
- Disregarded By: Darkseid, Melkor, Nekron
- Respected By: Molag Bal, The Ebon Dragon
- Opposed By: Meridia
- Annoyed By: Killian Experience
- Mannfred von Carstein is one of Sylvania's most feared and powerful vampires. The eldest son of Vlad von Carstein (Not biological, rather "sired" via the Blood Kiss), Mannfred has the highest claim to inheriting the throne from his father. However, arrogance took heed of him as he stole the Carstein ring from Vlad that amplified his immortality, leading to his final defeat in his attack on Altdorf and mother, Isabella, committing suicide due to the grief of losing her husband. Thus, began a series of in-fighting by Vlad's sons, each of whom tried to claim the role as their father's successor, with the battle being between Konrad, Fritz Pieter, Hans and Mannfred himself. Fritz, Pieter and Hans all died whereas Mannfred disappeared elsewhere, leaving Konrad to take up the throne. Mannfred did however, leave behind an associate to play up Konrad's paranoia while he himself decided to devote himself into killing underage virgins in ritual sacrifices alongside his ally Jon Skellan just for the hell of it. Skellan was also the one sent by Mannfred to monitor and cause discomfort on Konrad's mind. Only after Konrad's defeat and death in the Battle of Grim Moor did Mannfred return to Sylvania to claim the Von Carstein throne. He began invasions towards the Empire and despite being killed, he would return via virgin sacrifice, even flaying a witch hunter to announce his presence.
- Soon after surviving against a joint army between Elves and Dwarves and being presumed dead, Mannfred would come to make an alliance with a revived Nagash during the upcoming advent of the End Times. Due to the sacrifices he committed to bring his master back, including Tyron and Alarielle's daughter, Aliathra, Mannfred became among the High Elves's most hated foes, but were forced to work together to drive back the Forces of Chaos from destroying the world. Mannfred however, had other plans; he betrayed the unified alliance of several races and Nagash himself to work for Archaon and the Chaos Gods before defecting them to his own devices. Ultimately, Mannfred committed his last and greatest act of spite and treachery, killing Balthazar Gelt while the Incarnates were trying to stop a world-destroying rift. The resulting action worsened the rift, depowering the Incarnates, killing Teclis and driving Mannfred insane. Immediately after, Tyrion drove his Sunfang into the treacherous vampire and ignite him from the inside, finally destroying the treacherous beast, but the damage was already done with the world coming to an end soon after.
- Initially, Mannfred entered the Pantheon not as an ascended deity, but as a herald for Nagash. However, the fact that he had destroyed the very world which Nagash intended to conquer plus allowing the Chaos Gods to claim their victory rendered the Great Necromancer furious beyond all belief, forcing Mannfred into hiding. That is, until he was guided my a mysterious, haunting sound in his mind tempting him to approach a shrine. Said shrine was a transporter to Coldharbour where Mannfred was met by Molag Bal. Intrigued by another vampire whose depravity was without limits and had managed to screw all of his enemies and allies over, Bal decided to bestow Mannfred godhood by title. Satisfied and finally able to somewhat reel against Nagash, Mannfred stepped into the Pantheon, commanding a collection of vampires and other assorted undead into his bidding.
- One of the most despicable acts Mannfred has committed was not one of violence or even betrayal, if anything it was his honesty. He was genuinely prideful and happy to see that his actions doomed his own world and he has no regrets about it whatsoever. Because of this, everyone in his world has him very high on their shit-list and they have no compunctions about Mannfred getting skewered anytime soon. At this point, most deities, even good-aligned ones, would rather see Vlad execute him and deliver an appropriate death. Knowing how powerful his father is, Mannfred is starting to make preparations.
- Mannfred and Konrad have a very intense Sibling Rivalry, in fact, one of the most bloody in the Pantheon. Konrad is physically stronger and, with brute force, has more direct control over much of the House of Undead and parts of the House of Madness and Insanity whereas Mannfred has some allies from the House of Magic and his use of his falsely polite nature has swoon many unsuspecting comrades. That, Mannfred's talent and mastery in magic is a very clear contrast to Konrad's overwhelming strength.
- That said, they will join forces if it means fighting against their father Vlad, whose since gone on to not even acknowledge them as his children and instead make other alliances. Unfortunately for both of them, Vlad is stronger than them combined and nearly killed them, the only thing saving them was an interference from Nagash.
- Finally being ascended in the Pantheon, Mannfred was able to approach Nagash with some confidence, although he was hesitant, given he was just as much a monster as he was. Despite Nagash's very valid reasons for having doubt in him, he decided to allow Mannfred to reclaim his position and title as "Mortarch of Night". However, this also meant that he was closer to Konrad than he wanted to. Still, at least he's back to a position of notable power and Mannfred isn't annoyed about being with his brother than Konrad is.
- Thanks to his ascension, Manfredd managed to bring Castle Drakenhof into the Pantheon and provide a residential and military base for his servants and soldiers for the future battles to come. Funnily enough, Castle Drakenhof is located in the House of Betrayal, which Mannfred found awkward as he wanted it to be at the House of Undead instead. Still, he has a personal headquarters at least.
- The castle did bring about the attention of Nekron, who transported Mannfred into Planet Ryut to discuss a potential position in the Grand United Alliance of Destruction. Mannfred agreed, but only because he doesn't have much places to go to because of his severely unpopular reception.
- Unfortunately for Mannfred, Nekron also couldn't care less about him. This is a sentiment he shares with Nagash. That said, the two of them have decided to keep Mannfred around because with a notable backstabbing betrayer at their side, Nekron and Nagash use use this to sharpen their wits and minds and maintain focus on their allies and soldiers just as much as they do towards their enemies.
- Amusingly, Darkseid and Melkor have nothing good to say about Mannfred. Darkseid thinks he's too pathetic to consider even working for the Harbingers of Repression given his general failure to battle against the Empire, High Elves and Dwarves and Melkor would much rather have Dracula as his representing vampire for the Grand United Alliance of Evil (which he already does, despite Dracula's position in the GUAD). He is however, seen very positively by Bal and the Ebon Dragon, both of whom are very complimentary of Mannfred's actions.
- Made a scheme to further drive Madoka into despair just to have fun. He was stopped by Homura, forcing Mannfred to flee rather than face off against a pissed-off Magical Girl, a fact that caused Konrad to make fun out of him for some time. However, like Konrad, Mannfred hates Homura mainly because she has a pretty decent partnership with Vlad, which both brothers take very poorly. He's still devoting his time to drive Madoka mad, knowing that doing this to the Pantheon's most well-known Hope Bringer would incite panic among heroes. Madoka conversely hates Mannfred, a rare feeling for a character like her.
- Mannfred himself has a difficult working relationship with most villainous vampires. Dio Brando is interested in having him, though he's being careful of when Mannfred would backstab him, plus Mannfred being a GUAD member means Dio can get intel from an opposite organization which could benefit him. The Crimson Court and Count Orlok are in much better working relations though as Mannfred can plan out strategies for them to take action on. Thanks to this, death rates in the House of Undead has risen considerably, a fact that the Court of the Gods aren't happy about.
- Dracula hates him though. He genuinely thinks Mannfred is pathetic and while his mind and magical ability is superb, he wastes it all on simply trying to backstab people and look out for himself. To him, Mannfred is less a monarch leader and more an aimless wanderer who keeps backstabbing because it's a chronic activity.
- Like Konrad, Mannfred is opposed by Lucina and Link, though he's more concerned about the Belmont and Joestar Families. Unlike Konrad, Mannfred does take the time to do some research about culture and magic and has become wary of the Vampire Killer whip, and by extension, Simon Belmont. He's also very cautious about Jotaro Kujo due to his stand abilities via Star Platinum.
- Despite his feared and cunning reputation, Mannfred does share Vlad's hobby of reading and learning. That what he did when he left Sylvania in the wake of Konrad's reign to go to Nehekhara so that he could refine and make himself stronger through magic. Thanks to this, he can come off as being very cultured and polite.
- For all their differences, Mannfred and Konrad do have one thing in common: Hedonism. In spite of his reading habits, Mannfred was not above killing underage virgins for fun, and immediately picked that habit up again when he entered the Pantheon. Hence, he is permanently banned in the House of Family a fact that just amuses him even more.
- He is often seen as a source of ridicule thanks to a skit by the Killian Experience. Mannfred finds it embarrassing to see that some guy named Melvin would become the Everchosen despite his ineptitude and accidentally kill Mannfred via feeding him garlic brad, followed by Melvin turned the vampire's undead army against each other by offering them milk. Mannfred has since made it clear that any mention towards Killian will result in execution, with many starting to see that Mannfred may be more like Konrad than he admits to think.
- Mannfred is openly despised and condemned by Meridia simply for being a vampire. However, Meridia makes a special case for him and Konrad due to being completely devoid of any redeeming qualities. Mannfred however finds the threat to be ineffectual and proudly admits that he's going to continue on with what he wants to do. He's lucky that he has Molag Bal as an ally at this point, given how Meridia outright hates Bal.
Trakeena, Goddess of Ungratefulness
(Tracy, General Trakeena (by the GUAE
- Lesser Goddess intially, Intermediate Goddess in her Evolved Form and Mutated Form, borderline Greater in her Third Form.
- Symbol: Her fathers spaceship the Scorpion Stinger.
- Alignment: Lawful Evil, Chaotic Evil as fused with Deviot.
- Portfolio: A Beautiful Bug, Bratty Teenage Daughter (At First), Scorpius' Daughter, Rather Vain About Her Looks, From A Spoiled Brat To A Hive Queen, Transforms In The Cocoon, Wants The Galaxy Rangers Dead For Killing Scorpius
- Domains: Aliens, Cybernetics, Insects, Terrorism
- Followers: Loly and Melony
- Allies: Enter, The Ginyu Force, Mesegog, Frieza, Boros, Queen Sectonia, SHOCKER
- Enemies: Power Rangers Lost Galaxy, Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue, the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, Dr. Thomas Oliver, Saitama, Jean-Luc Picard, XCOM.
- Rivals: Sarah Kerrigan
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: The Psycho Rangers
- Having grown tired of being stuck underneath those whom she considered less deserving of ascending into the Pantheon, she decided to make her claim for power as the one true queen of evil in the universe. Much to the horror of those in the Toku Base Trakeena has made her comeback party.
- Quickly gaining powerful allies with Enter, Frieza, Boros, and Mesegog, she marched her attack against the various rangers or sentai teams in the Pantheon's houses. While some found her beautiful, the majority found her attitude and overall vile nature as an insect too disgusting, which only managed to piss her off.
- While the Psycho Rangers agreed on hunting down rangers, the former "hired" rangers made it clear only they would take down the rangers while Trakeena let them believe that knowing their personalities made them easy to manipulate. However, she did wanted to take down the Galaxy Rangers by her own hands.
- Sarah had found the daughter of Scorpius to be no different from a rich, spoiled rotten Terran rather than being the leader of a hive of alien insects; the irony being that she herself was also a Terran at one point.
- The same was said for the Borg Queen in the Galaxy Ranger's most fearsome in her attempt to gain control over the Pantheon finding her to be another species to assimilate.
- Trakeena was shocked to see a bald-headed man observe her for a couple of seconds before asking her if she was related to a certain mosquito girl he once squashed back in his early days as a superhero.
- Being an employed member of SHOCKER, the various amounts of Stingwingers and monsters under her control are provided to this organization that helps fund Trakeena's campaign to regain her throne as the one true queen of evil.
- Despite wanting to confront her old nemesis Leo again, she ran into Tommy Oliver and Jason who knew about the fact she survived the Zordon Wave that was meant to eradicate most of the evil in the universe. While she managed to last for some time, even she couldn't hold up against two legendary rangers being forced into retreat.
- In a form of irony Amy Miller, the actress who played Trakeena, is married to Reggie Rolle, who played Damon, the Green Galaxy Ranger. Don't tell her this however lest she decides to destroy you.
Akechi Mitsuhide, God of Fatal Close-Associate Betrayals
(Akechi Juubei Mitsuhide, Reaper
, Tenkai, Nankobou Tenkai, Caster, Major Amami
Mitsuhide on a good day
Mitsuhide on a bad day
- Lesser God
- Symbol: On a good day, the crest of the Akechi clan; on a bad day, the same, except with two crossed devilish scythes on top of that
- Theme Songs:
- Alignment: True Neutral on a good day, Chaotic Evil on a bad day
- Portfolio: Samurai, Battle Butler, Betraying Close Associates, Taking Down The Unstoppable Juggernaut At That Time, "The enemy is at Honnoji!", Bishōnen, Thirteen-Day Rule, exclusively for this realm: Severely Bipolar Split Personality
- Domain: War, Betrayals, Morality, Combat
- Special Relationships note : Gracia, Chosokabe Motochika, Oda Nobunaga, Arthas Menethil, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Ishida Mitsunari, Oichi, Azai Nagamasa, Lapras
- Enemy: Fortinbras
- Conflicting Opinion: Mitsuzane Kureshima/Kamen Rider Ryugen
- Betrayals from closer associates are indeed the hardest. Such was how the reign of Oda Nobunaga ended in the mortal realm: at the hands of his close aide, Akechi Mitsuhide. As he was the unstoppable juggernaut of the era at that time, Mitsuhide's impeccable timing and strike was legendary, and it enabled him to ascend to reign over the trope "Et Tu, Brute?". Though...
- Due to the rivalry between two realms, there was a mishap in ascending him. Thus, on a good day, Mitsuhide is a sensible, if tragic, man, but on a bad day, he's instead a psychopathic killer. The contrast is extremely sharp, which is a perfect representation of how nobody actually knows the reason(s) for his betrayal, because there were multiple possible reasons. Even historians have massive debates about it to this day.
- It is said that every time he sleeps, both versions of Mitsuhide perform a Battle in the Center of the Mind, fighting for the honor of being the dominant personality, but it's always a draw.
- News of his ascension quickly spread through the Pantheon, and the first to greet him was none other than his daughter, Gracia. The reunion was at first going nicely because she met the good Warriors!Mitsuhide, but it quickly turned sour when the evil Basara!Mitsuhide surfaced and proceeded to gleefully boast about his sadistic murderous spree, causing Gracia to break down and run off crying, and Basara!Mitsuhide enjoyed her despair at the 'truth' of her father. When his good self re-emerged, he was so distraught at what had happened that from then on, he tried to avert his gaze from her, ashamed of himself.
- Gracia now knows the truth of her father's...condition, but this is even more distressing to her; her father is suffering from bipolar disorder, all because two different versions of him fought for the same position. It doesn't help that Honda Tadakatsu doesn't have this problem.
- Mitsuhide is an interesting case because of his bipolarity; it's hard to pin down who his allies might be. On a good day, he's respectful to the good ones and opposes the bad ones, but on a bad day, it's the other way around.
- There is, however, one shared enemy between the two personalities: Fortinbras, as being the father of the one who opposed him the most, Akechi Samanosuke Hidemitsu, was enough for Fortinbras to dislike him. Because he's evil, the good Mitsuhide naturally opposed him, and the bad Mitsuhide at first admired Fortinbras' evil and enjoyed being hurt by him, but ultimately, he ended up growing bored of the abuse, on top of considering him less charismatic than Nobunaga, so he opposed him.
- His conflicting opinion of Mitsuzane Kureshima comes from the fact that not only is the latter's first name similar to his own, but his act of betraying his close friends and families, like Kouta and his brother Takatora, is almost comparable to his actions against Nobunaga. Although the former became sympathetic with the latter for realizing his errors in the end, Micchy is not sure yet if the Kamen Rider can be trusted or not. But of course, Mitsuhide's evil self was delighted by Mitsuzane's atrocities towards his close associates during the Helheim Invasion.
- Whenever Mitsuhide's having a good day, he's been seen spending time with Lapras, since they were good friends in an alternate universe. God help that Lapras if it ever encounters Mitsuhide on a bad day; he'd be all too pleased to butcher and skewer it.
- Some people also find it odd that Mitsuhide's good side sounds a lot like Marth, Souma Cruz and Leon Magnus/Judas, while his bad side sounds similar to another portrayal of Nobunaga, and worse, Sousuke Aizen; please don't compare the latter to Ichiya, of all people, if you value your life.
- Nowadays, fellow gods are noticing these split personalities may be trying to separate. Those who fear that day are predicting that a massively destructive death battle may take place between them.....Gracia and Motochika in particular are keeping it a secret out of fear and concern.
- Also present in the Hall of Tainted Friendship in the House of Friendship.
Arvis (Fire Emblem)
Arvis, God of Surprise Betrayal by Reinforcements
(Alvis, Duke of Velthomer, The Successor of the Divine Flame, The Head of the Velthomer Family, The Emperor of Grannvale
, Emperor of Flame
- Lesser God (Intermediate God while wielding the Valflame tome)
- Symbol: The Valflame Tome on top of the crest of the Velthomer house (actually named 'Fire Emblem')
- Theme Songs: Emperor Arvis (out of battle), Versus Arvis (when fighting)
- Alignment: Lawful Neutral, with some interesting moments of genuine Lawful Good
- Portfolio: Fire Magic, Behind-the-Scenes Manipulation, Aloof Big Brother, Killing The Main Character, Battle of Belhalla, Betraying Those He's Reinforcing, Anti-Villain, Well-Intentioned Extremist, Unwittingly Marrying His Own Sister, Descendant of Fjalar and inheritor of Valflame and Lopytr, Magnificent Dastard
- Domain: War, Betrayal, Conspiracy/Mentalism
- Allies: Chrom, Lucina, Aerith Gainsborough, Kael'thas Sunstrider
- Uneasy Relationship: Sigurd & Seliph Baldur Chalpy
- Rivals: Stella Vermillion, Asgore Dreemurr
- Enemies: Loptyr and all of its followers, Grima, Sephiroth, Barbatos Goetia, Ghetsis, Heihachi Mishima, Relius Clover
- Before the shocking event of Sephiroth murdering Aerith, there was actually another shocking event in video game history. Sigurd, the heroic 'successor' of Marth, was betrayed by a member of his cavalry, Arvis, who slaughtered Sigurd and his army at the horrific Battle of Belhalla. It was also discovered that Arvis did the same to his previous ally, Duke Reptor, along with other setups. That became the reason for his ascension.
- Needless to say, opinions on Arvis were pretty split. One camp won't forgive him for killing off a beloved hero (not to mention, stealing his wife right in front of him), while another pities him because he made his reign after killing Sigurd a reign of peace and prosperity until Archbishop Manfroy of the Lopto Sect ruined everything. There's also another camp that reads his portfolio and keeps their wary eye on him in case Arvis decides he wants to reinforce them in battle, because nobody knows if he's gonna turn his back on them once the common enemy is disposed of
- After his ascension, he's avoided Sigurd out of shame for screwing up everything. Surprisingly, Sigurd was actually more forgiving, saying that he understood that he had some of the best intentions, plus he did owe up to his words to make a peaceful reign, until Manfroy screwed everything. Unfortunately, most of Sigurd's friends aren't as compassionate.
- Thankfully, Arvis did make some genuine friends in Chrom and Lucina, during his 'visit' to Ylisse. He acted genuinely pleasant to them, as a matter of fact. In addition, after hearing of how similar Grima is to Loptyr, Arvis swore that he'll not repeat the same mistake as before, and considers the dragon an enemy.
- Sephiroth was actually impressed by his act that started the Battle of Belhalla, citing that he secretly based his plot to shish-kebab Aerith on him. Arvis was unimpressed, claiming that he did all those to create a world of peace, not to become a God or anything of the kind. Even Aerith, despite Arvis's actions reminding her of how she died, forgave him. Arvis is similarly disgusted by Barbatos Goetia when it comes to hero-killing.
- Arvis is a genuinely pleasant figure amongst the House of Family when he's not on a plotting day. Of course, having been born into a troubled family (what with an abusive drunkard of a father), he also condemns bad fathers, which half of the Child Abuse Supporters consists of.
- Not to be confused with a friend of Shulk named Alvis, who is an AI, though Arvis wished he had Alvis' foresight skills; he might have prevented several unnecessary tragedies that way.
- Thanks to his newfound ascension, Arvis can finally act based on his own conscience. For instance, he pretty much condemned and disowned his own sister Hilda for happily going with Child Hunts in Jugdral, something that even he himself abhorred. In fact, he might even plan some pseudo-'help' to facilitate that.
- Seems to have formed a bond with Kael'thas Sunstrider as a very unfettered noble who likes to play with fire and will stop at nothing to pursue their noble goals with Well-Intentioned Extremist tendencies. However, Arvis was aware that the late life of Kael was...sad to say, very disappointing, even for him. However, thanks to some new information brought by Artanis and Kael's more honorable appearance in the Nexus, they still keep a close bond, with Arvis promising that he'll keep Kael from degenerating into that again.
- Amongst the people that he values the most is his bastard brother Azelle. However, it didn't stop him from carrying out the Battle of Belhalla. He got called out about this by Azelle's childhood friend Tailtiu, but Arvis dismissed that. This is because he's still conflicted about this; after all those grievous events...he still considers Azelle dear to him.
- If someone managed to be blessed by Arvis to pull off a Cavalry Betrayal, what follows is usually this exclamation directed at him:
Bryan Fury, God of Repaying Kindness With Evil
(The Wicked Replicant, Snake Eyes)
- Lesser God
- Symbol: The Tattoo on his neck
- Theme Songs: Punk Alley II, Urban War Zone
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil
- Portfolio: Absolute Insanity, Returning From the Dead Thanks to Abel's experiments, Kicking Defeated Opponents When He Wins, Blood Knights, Combat Sadomasochists, Cyborgs, Loves to Laugh, Doing Evil Things Because He Likes It, Having a Black Heart and White Hair.
- Domains: Destruction, Evil, Cybernetics, Pain, Fear, Combat, Ungratefulness
- Allies: Vali Lucifer (debatably), Juri Han, Liquid Snake, Sadira, Jinx, Aran Ryan (the latter doubles as a Worthy Opponent), Flowey
- Fellow King of the Iron Fist Competitors: Yoshimitsu, Jin Kazama, Asuka Kazama, Lili Rochefort, King II, Lars Alexandersson, Alisa Bosconovitch
- Other Enemies: Ryu, Chun Li, Jago, B. Orchid, Issei Hyodo (though Bryan sees him as a Worthy Opponent)
- Follower: Emperor Tachyon
- When Bryan was on the verge of death after confronting Dr. Abel, Yoshimitsu saved him out of the kindness of his heart and entrusted him to Dr. Bosconovitch, who in turn said that he'd transfer Bryan's consciousness into a new, metallic body. When Bryan's design was shown to be too complex, Dr. B instead installed a perpetual generator into Bryan. The next thing anyone knew, corpses of Manji-clansmen piled up, and Yoshimitsu found a wounded Dr. B, all courtesy of Bryan, without an ounce of shame.
- Since then, Bryan has been on a rampage of destruction doing whatever he wants when he wants; this even led him to find a Jack Series Robot, with which he went to try and uncover Pandora's Box. Along the way, he ran into many fighters, including Juri Han, whom he found admiration for.
- He also finds that he works well with Jinx, and the two sometimes rampage together, though he finds her silly behavior annoying.
- He is known to laugh at people who claim to be good for the sake of being good (he would even say this to the faces of Madoka Kaname, Cosmos and even Superman). As far as Bryan is concerned, good is inherently hypocritical it can't exist in the first place. Only the naïve, the deceptive, and the monstrous exist. He admits to being the third.
- He loves fighting and always claims: "Reasons and motives are just afterthoughts. It's fighting that keeps us monsters alive."
- He surprises others with the fact that he sometimes sounds like Johann Liebert when speaking his native English language, but he personally just uses the fact to mess with others around him when he fights.
- He similarly likes to use the fact that he also sounds like Gilgamesh and Mitsunari Ishida in Japanese.
- And much to Toki's horror, he also sounds like him.
- One time, he got into a fight with Issei. Bryan knew Issei wasn't fighting with all his power, so he decided to push his Big Red Berserk Button: he harassed Issei's harem physically. Suffice to say, Bryan got a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown he wouldn't forget.
- In response, Bryan laughed; to him, that was a fight worth a damn and the most fun he ever had, and he has planned to try and get stronger to fight him again. This is how he chose to train. Issei, in response, says that Bryan actually reminds him of Vali Lucifer, as well as - on a worse note - Freed Sellzen for his psychopathic tendencies and Raynare for his penchant for backstabbing, and won't forgive what he's done to his girls — although he does know it was all just a ploy to make him fight harder. Vali himself, on his own part, went on to see what's the fuss behind Bryan, and he was impressed by his desire for battles even though his psychopathic ways remind him too much of Rizevim.
- One day, he stumbled upon Aran Ryan and immediately was challenged by the Irish boxer to a fight. Bryan, without a drop of hesitation, accepted the challenge and confronted him. Rumor has it that they kept fighting for 3 days straight until they got tired. They became good friends afterwards and they often spar in their free time.
- Despite all the douchebaggery he gets up to, even he knows better than to incur Asura's wrath. Not after the last time he drove Mithra to tears.
Maegor Targaryen, The First of His Name, God of Betraying the Architects
(Maegor the Cruel, The Prince on Dragonstone)
- Lesser God
- Symbol: The Targaryen symbol of a red three-headed dragon on a black background, stained with blood
- Alignment: Lawful Evil
- Portfolio: Posthumous Character, 0% Approval Rating, Usurped The Crown From His Nephew And Killed Him, Shoot the Builder, The Bluebeard, Loves Combat and Violence, Violating Sacred Hospitality, "Well Done, Son!" Guy, Became King Through His Mother, Competent Hand To Incompetent Aenys, Evil Overlord, The Oath-Breaker, Irredeemably Evil
- Domains: Violence, Combat, Polyamory(abused), Hate, Betrayal, Tyranny
- Barred from: The House of Love
- Special relationship with: Aegon, Rhaenys and Visenya Targaryen (his father, aunt/step-mother and mother)
- Allies: Scar, Walder Frey, Cersei Lannister, Gregor Clegane, Ghetsis Harmonia, Deathwing, Nefarian, Sheev Palpatine, Alduin
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Henry VIII, Daemon Blackfyre
- Enemies: Anyone else with Targaryen as their last name, especially Daenerys Targaryen, Simba, Mufasa, Glenn Quagmire, Tommen Baratheon, Alexander Anderson, Garterbelt, Rosette Christopher, Purist Thunderwrath, The Matsuno Brothers
- Opposes: Everyone else descended from his brother
- Opposed by: Westeros deities not mentioned, members of the House of Religion and Faith not mentioned, the Hall of Felines, the House of Celebration
- Respects: Alarak, Ramses II and any other Evil Overlord who proves Asskicking Equals Authority
- Maegor Targaryen, first in his name, is the younger son of Aegon the Conqueror with his elder sister-wife Visenya. From the start he proved a highly competent warrior, gaining a love of combat and being an effective hand to his weak half-brother King Aenys. Though effective in many regard, he was a ruthless figure who usurped the throne from his nephew, killed him and proved to be a blight on the realm. Bloodthirsty, antagonistic to his own family, ruining the lives of many families in hopes of siring an heir and bringing harm to every part of society he has well earned to sobriquet "Maegor the Cruel".
- His mortal coil was shed under suspicious circumstances. As his nephew Jaehaerys was leading a rebellion against him, he was found with his wrists cut open on the Iron Throne. Some say he was assassinated, some say the throne itself killed him, but most agree he probably committed suicide rather than suffer defeat. He was not happy to learn said nephew would go on to become one of the most beloved kings to ever sit the Iron Throne.
- He is considered the quintessential tyrant in Westeros, and is seen as THE most hated king of all. Hell, even his name became an expletive and got a future heir removed from the inheritance due to also being named Maegor(given who the dad, Aerion, was like this was probably a good idea). Aerys II and Aegon IV have held that title, but even they didn't turn the Faith Militant against them. They're infamous in different ways however; while Aerys was mad and Aegon the Unworthy willfully incompetent, Maegor was straight up cruel and evil. Doesn't seem to think much of his fellow "worst kings" however, since he sees himself as better due to being aggressive and ruthless rather than insane or stupid.
- One of the main reasons behind his infamy is also his greatest achievement; the completion of the Red Keep, and the construction of Maegor's Holdfast. He rewarded the builders with a great feast for their efforts, only to violate guest right by butchering them so as to keep the secrets of the Red Keep to himself. This appalling act has upon his ascension led to him being banned from Celebration. It did end up with him finding an ally in Walder Frey, who committed an equally infamous violation of guest right in the Red Wedding.
- Started controversy early by trying to take multiple wives as his father did, six in total. Three were "The Black Brides" who were wed in a single ceremony, widows of those he had indirectly or directly made widows. He had three other wives. Of the six, only two outlived him. He would bed and marry so many in hopes of producing an heir, but all he produced were stillborn and miscarried abominations. It's similar to Henry VIII, even down to the fights they had against the Church. As such he and the Defender of the Faith are on good terms, but Henry is hesitant because he considers much of Maegor's actions psychopathic.
- As with the other ascended Targaryens, he was overjoyed to learn of the Hall of Dragons. Most keep their distance because of either his cruelty or he doesn't have anything to offer him. Deathwing and Nefarian, however? They seemed to be fond of his evil nature and he is overjoyed to ride them.
- Due to his bluebeard tendencies, he isn't allowed inside the House of Love. The Felines dislike him because he killed a cat with his new sword as a kid, and Glenn Quagmire has sworn to get back at him for this. Maegor hates Glenn because he was capable of siring many bastard children with the women he sleeps with, whereas he tried everything and was left with no heir. He hates the Matsuno Brothers out of envy and spite for being an "affront" to his poor fertility.
- He does not like the Faith Militant, and the feeling is mutual given he was the product of BrotherSister Incest like Aenys and his polygamy was seen as heretical. To suppress the Faith of the Seven he had Balerion burn down the Great Sept with worshipers inside it. While it was overboard, he wasn't entirely wrong in requiring force to keep the Faith of the Seven from troubling the throne. Cersei would learn this, and having learned the wildfire plot in the Great Sept he couldn't help but applaud her and become her ally. Gets along with her muscle Gregor Clegane too due to their love of violence.
- As expected, he is hated by the entire House of Religion and Faith. Some more than others, as his hate towards Faith Militant led him to oppose religious juggernauts Alexander Anderson, Rosette Christopher and Purist Thunderwrath. Simba and Mufasa don't like him either because he's an Evil Uncle usurper king like Scar, though these were the very same traits that led Scar to become an ally of him.
- A believe of Might Makes Right, and Murder Is the Best Solution. It is this viewpoint that is at the core of his cruelty, and ultimately his Fatal Flaw. To his credit he is a strong and powerful fighter. For this reason he respects both Alarak and Ramses II, even if they don't agree on other policies. He also works with well with Ghetsis Harmonia due to the desire for power and cruel actions towards family, and Palpatine for their shared Evil Overlord nature.
- One of the main reasons he was so cruel was overcompensating for being the second son, and like the infamous Joffrey Baratheon he wished for approval from his father. Unfortunately he would focus too much on the military aspect of the Conqueror. The family reunion wasn't happy in the slightest, as Aegon was horrified to learn what he'd done, outright saying that he is one of the most evil people to have ever lived. Maegor took this very poorly, but ended up assuming he needed to be even more ruthless and cutthroat.
- Asides from maybe Aegon the Conqueror, the only other person he has an ember of humanity for is his mother Visenya. This isn't surprising though, as she helped make sure he got the throne. It's believed she poisoned Aenys to help him get the throne, but Maegor states he was simply sickly. Whether he's being truthful or trying to save face is unknown. He does seem to get along somewhat with his distant great-nephew Daemon Blackfyre as well, being they are strong usurpers. Daemon still considers him pretty evil though.
Michael J. Caboose
"My name is Michael J. Caboose. And I. hate. BABIES!!!"
Michael J. Caboose, God of Teamkilling (Captain Caboose, the Vehicle Destroyer, Teamkilling Fucktard, the Beast, Cabose)
- Lesser God, will become Intermediate God if angered; has chances of going into Greater God territory in the worst conditions
- Symbol: A Negative One, drawn badly with a blue crayon
- Theme Music: ''Your Best Friend''
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, but heavily leans towards Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: Being one of THE most Stupid people in the Pantheon (and sometimes to Lethal extents), Teamkilling, Having Super Strength, Secretly Badass, Having a Deep Voice when Angry, Being Generally Nice to others, Being Characterized by his past teamkilling, Sometimes Being Right in Hindsight, Undyingly Loyal to Church (and Nothing will Stop him), Able to Manage and Fix AI units well, Always blaming others, Sprouting many Quotes for his Followers to use, Being Oblivious to Practically Everything, Somehow Surviving Drinking Gasoline for Several Years and other Injuries, Escalating Stupidity, Knowing that he was from a Video Game
- Domains: Teamkilling, Stupidity, Insane Strength, A.I. Handling, Hidden Power
- Heralds: Lieutenant John Elizabeth Andersmith, and Freckles
- Superior: Monty Oum
- Red vs Blue Deities: Leonard L. Church, Epsilon, Agent Texas, Lavernius Tucker, Sarge, Dexter Grif, Dick Simmons, Franklin Delano Donut, Lopez, Agent Washington, Agent Carolina
- Other Deities: Any of either Church's Allies, Master Chief, Team RWBY (Ruby Rose, Weiss Schnee, Blake Belladonna and Yang Xiao Long), Team JNPR (Jaune Arc, Pyrrha Nikos, Lie Ren and Nora Valkyrie), Sora, Pikachu, the Pyro, Papyrus, Glitchy's Mario
- Complicated Relationship: Doc/O'Malley
- Pities: The Meta, Locus
- Feared by: Gods who use grenades or throwing weapons, the Demoman
- Caboose (finally) ascended to the Pantheon when his Command had initiated the ctrl+F+U shortcut code for reporting his teamkills. Due to this, he MUST always be accompanied by Church, be it Alpha or Epsilon.
- This same shortcut code is used in the Trope Pantheon.
- His ascension is long overdue, since by now one of his creators had ascended after his death on Earth.
- He has a great tendency to throw his grenades (or mostly anything else) into walls when hes right next to them. Expect him to blame no one in particular for putting said wall in his way out of nowhere.
- This explains why the grenadiers in the Pantheon (like the Demoman) are particular about staying away from him.
- Was accepted into the GUAG because of his innocent nature. The Trollkaiger have desperately tried to convince him to change sides by threatening to kill Church. Bad idea.
- Details? Caboose went ballistic, turned smart, pulled out Freckles and kept shooting all the Trollkaiger members to bloody gibs until Church appeared behind him, at which he dropped his rage and was back to his normal self.
- The GUAG are wondering if he could be a potential new member of the Lol Ranger. Considering Caboose's strengths under the right conditions, he may very well become the most powerful weapon against Melkor. As for Loyalty... well, Church will be happy to keep Caboose on the side of the good guys. They're just careful in handling his stupidity.
- In terms of relationships with other Red vs Blue characters, he's in good terms with them all. Save for Tucker, he doesn't like him that much.
- Other than Church, he's always accompanied by Freckles, who has been given a new MANTIS body. As for Caboose's assault rifle, its safety mode fires confetti. And he knows how to switch to bullets.
- He does surprisingly well at fixing and handling Artificial Intelligence units. Although he does sometimes get confused about the meaning of 'AI'.
Caboose: A...I... What does the 'A' stand for?
Caboose: And what does the 'I'-
Caboose: Ooohh... What does the 'A' stand for again?
- Team RWBY and Team JNPR fear how he's Lethally Stupid. It doesnt help that Caboose addresses Weiss Schnee as 'Lady Church' due to their similarities in personality. Also, he calls Pyrrha 'Agent Carolina' and Jaune 'Mean Dead Traitor'. Church had to explain everything to the two teams of hunters. Nevertheless, Caboose still gets along very well with them. Team RWBY in particular say he reminds them of Dr. Oobleck.
- Like the hunters, Caboose dislikes Roman Torchwick, although he at first thought he was an unmasked Locus. Caboose was disappointed that Roman's cute sidekick Neo tried to kill him, but still asks for ice cream to be delivered to his shrine whenever he sees her. Cinder and Adam are also on his negative side, which is impressive given normally Caboose never harbors grudges.
- Occasionally, Caboose can be seen fighting over the last cookie on platter with Ruby Rose, Cookie Monster and other deities. Needless to say, he somehow always wins. Expect him to try and share half the cookie with Church.
- Many deities were surprised at his impossibly high durability and strength. He's drank gasoline for years before first meeting Church, completely ignored gravity multiplied by ten, survived a triple headshot and fallen from space only to get up immediately when he hit the ground, as if he just tripped. The last of these shocked Master Chief the most. Also, hes flipped a warthog.
- Caboose once talked about getting a Purple Heart and someday attaining purple lungs and other purple body parts to build a purple person so they could be friends. Cue him meeting Freddy and getting told about the Real Purple Guy and his existence as Springtrap. He still wants to be friends.
- Hates Felix (the space pirate, not the cat) for obvious reasons. Locus, he's grown on him ever since he released Caboose from Temple's prison.
- Holds an apparent hate towards the Spy. Why? Because said backstabber is the very weakness of every Sniper in existence. Including Church. Every time the Spy tries to backstab Church, he receives a sniper rifle bullet to the head, courtesy of Caboose. It's gotten to the point where the Spy's fear of Caboose is second to that of the Pyro.
- Speaking of the Pyro, Caboose is very friendly with it and is one of the few in the Pantheon who established a friendship with it.
- The way Caboose sees swords, they're basically like keys; you stick them in someone and they unlock that someone's death. This rare show of (morbid) intelligence from Caboose has surprised many deities in the Pantheon who wield swords of any kind. Sora, who literally uses keys that unlock more than just locks, thought Caboose's observation to be interesting, if gruesome. Caboose has met him and said this about his keyblade:
Caboose: Wow. So there is a sword...that can unlock someones death...and someone's locks. Neat.
- Yang challenged Caboose to a friendly arm-wrestling match unaware of how really strong Caboose was. This happened.
- The members of the Council of Cloudcuckooland are still debating if he is to become their new leader or if he's too stupid to join them. Either way, he's still a good enough threat to the Council of Shadows.
- Caboose has been the source of many, many, many memorable and stupidly funny quotes along with his fellow Red vs Blue deities. A recent survey in the Pantheon found that hes one of the Top 10 Gods with the funniest quotes ever. Of all time. And theres rare moments of wisdom from his normally mentally-disabled mind.
Yep. The universe sure is mysterious. Yeah, sometimes I wonder if there's things we'll never explain. You know, like, you know, what if we did answer all the questions? You know, would we live on, like forever, happy with our triumph over ignorance? Or is ignorance just a common enemy that once destroyed, would leave our species without a reason to carry on? I guess it doesn't matter what the answer is...because even if supreme knowledge did bring about the end of our species, the thought of obtaining it is just what would keep us together. You know? People will always look up at the sky... and just wonder why we're here. WATER BISON POWERS, ACTIVATE! [Runs off in a random direction]
- Some might compare him to Leeroy Jenkins for having both made a charge into a crowd full of powerful enemies, with the only difference being that Caboose was much more successful.
- Whatever you do with him, Do not make him angry at any cost. It will only result in you being the victim of a Greater-God level No-Holds-Barred Beatdown. The list includes: Being an actual baby or being called one, drinking excessive volumes of Red Bull in front of him, owning or liking spiked kittens, attempting to collect taxes from him, being a Texan (strangely enough) and trying to hurt either Alpha or Epsilon-Church in any way possible.
- Caboose once mistook Pikachu for a Digimon. Pikachu kept trying to shock some sense into him, but after 21 failed attempts to cause him any change in reaction and an update of Caboose's stupidity from Church, he just walked away trying to endure the laughter of several witnessing Gods. Their relationship got better though.
- His mind is one of the many places mind-readers and mind-travellers dare not visit. Its so deluded and insane that hes been known to drive away those who are well-known to be resistant to such things. Of course, it doesnt prevent Church and Tex from entering theyre used to it. Not to mention how many times theres actually fighting going on in his mind every now and then.
- Has been in a state of massive grief ever since Epsilon fragmented himself in order to run the Meta's suit and save the entire Blood Gulch Crew. Sure, Epsilon's respawned back in the Pantheon, but Caboose is still fearful of what would come of their relation in their mortal lives - if it continued, that is. Of the many attempts to remove his sorrow, the only successful attempt was when Epsilon himself talked Caboose out of it and reassured him that everything would be OK. Even then, he's still quite a bit sad. Took a time portal open to his Blood Gulch days for Caboose to finally cope with grief, as it gave him an opportunity to say goodbye to Church.
- Caboose himself then went on to try and comfort Pyrrha Nikos, who had been killed by Cinder in an attack on Beacon Academy. She's realized that in both of their original lives they had both lost someone that they loved or cared for very much, albeit in different ways. They shared a hug together.
- Caboose's portion of the House has a play area that is filled with Lego bricks, among other sorts of kids' toys. Woe to anyone who tries to cross it barefoot for obvious reasons. This made him become friends with the current God of Lego, Emmet Brickowski and Caboose has now begun to sing "Everything is Awesome" whenever he has the chance.
- He has quite a few similarities with Papyrus, which has not gone unnoticed. Both are quite a bit ditzy in personality, but can get a boost to intelligence when needed and have been awesome in their own ways in times of need.
- For a Team Killer Cloud Cuckoolander, he's a crack shot with any rifle or weapon he has. Which means he has a 99.99% chance to hit someone whenever he shoots. Usually, that someone is one his team.
- The only member of the GUAG to have dark blue Tron Lines in Cyberspace. Its more of a warning for a Team Killer than anything else.
- More likely to be found in the houses where Alpha and Epsilon are than in his own. He tends to confuse the entire House of Philosophy with his extremely strange and sometimes-deep thinking.
- He has made a complete guide to friendship and making friends. As it turns out, its got a load of hidden messages that are really useful and he has recovered quickly from Churchs death. The other deities have found themselves new good friends and improved their existing relationships thanks to that.
- Is worryingly almost always on the same page as Glitchy's Mario. Considering their lack of IQ, deities tend to let them be and run for the hills, ducking to ensure their safety from any collateral damages.
- Some of the other deities theorize that Caboose is in fact a failed Spartan. Given that he's mentally handicapped and has extreme strength, this may yet be a possibility.
- Never ask him to help you, okay? He'll probably consider that the most effective way of helping you is to shoot you down. Then you'll end up being one of the hundreds of teamkills he's made in the Pantheon, which is even more than his record in his mortal life and the other deities.
- Attempts to Mind Rape him don't work; the last time that happened, he confused it for being hungry.
- "Not my fault. Someone put a wall in my way."
Walder Frey, God of Nasty Parties
(The Late Walder Frey, Lord of the Crossing, Old Frey)
- Lesser God
- Symbol: Twin Towers of the Crossing
- Theme Song: The Lannisters Send Their Regards
- Alignment: Neutral Evil
- Portfolio: The Cavalry Arrives Late, Dirty Coward, Dirty Old Men Marrying Teens, Pettiness And Trolling, Evil Old Folks, Big, Screwed-Up Family, Really Gets Around, Being Utterly Despised, Opportunistic Bastard, Complete Arrogance
- Domains: Guest Right (violated), Lords, Treachery
- Allies: Kinzo Ushiromiya, his grandson-in-law Roose Bolton, Macbeth, Starscream, Shay Patrick Cormac (sometimes), Tanya, Eric Cartman
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Tywin and Cersei Lannister
- Opposed by: Almost all of Westeros, especially the North and the Riverlands, Argus Filch
- Tried using the Crossing to get a position in the House of Travel, but was treated with suspicion by the other members because of how unreliable he is and not allowed in. He's constantly asking for huge fees in using his Bridge.
- Commands the bridge into Mordor now, but the Grand United Alliance of Evil does not trust him, knowing he would happily take a better offer.
- Walder Frey wanted to be the god of Troll Bridges, but Sr Didymus had the position. Walder has sworn vengeance on him for this.
- Loves trolling other members of the Pantheon, who find him repulsive. Even most purely evil villains don't like him because, as Terumi puts it; "he's got shit for brains when it comes to trolling plans".
- Has brought with him to the Pantheon his huge family and keeps asking for marriages. The rest of the Pantheon keeps declining, as they don't dare to go to weddings involving Freys.
- Gets on well with Kinzo Ushiromiya on the matter of families.
- His reaction? "Heh."
- Absolutely loathes Arya Stark for not only killing him, but serving up both Lothar and Black Walder Rivers in a meat pie (at least in the TV series). He's not a big fan of the Lannister brothers, as Jamie reminded him that the kingdom fears his family, and not him. In regards to Tyrion, one scenario has Tyrion lay siege to the Twins, in which Walder gets the crossbow-bolt to the nuts, rather than Tywin himself.
- But there was that one time that he honored the guest right, and did not go through with the Red Wedding, as he saw the benefit of his grandson being Lord of the North. That, and Ned still has his head and Robb didn't screw the medic.
- He and Aegon the Unworthy argued over which of them has slept with more women when they met, due to Walder offering his descendants to Aegon, hoping for favor. Walder Frey has lived for longer but Aegon had access to more women over his reign, claiming he slept with 900.
- Aegon then mocked Walder about the fact his seventh wife may have been cuckolding him with his great-grandson Black Walder, remarking "Walder Frey is their father, but which Walder Frey?"
- Walder Frey commented that at least he had more legitimate children then Aegon (31), while Aegon only had two... at which Aegon muttered "Maybe."
- The Harry Potter characters mistook him for Argus Filch, but when they saw the mess his parties produced realized he wasn't. However they wondered if Filch might be one of his bastards... which could explain the lack of magic. Filch himself recognized they look alike, but is insulted by the comparison - he might be grumpy, but Frey is downright evil.
- The Doctor mistook him for the space pirate Solomon at one point, and felt they had similar personalities, both being utterly selfish people.
- Despite his alliance with Eric Cartman, Walder was horrified at his feeding-people-their-relatives revenge plan... considering it either happened to Walder or some of his kin.