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    The Monitor 
Mar Novu, Divine Herald of Crisis Crossovers (The Monitor, The First Monitor, The Over-Monitor)
  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: His Monitor spaceship
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: The Watcher, Guardian of the Multiverse, Embodiment of Positive Matter, 10 Billion Years Old, Cosmic Entity, Thanatos Gambit, First of The Monitor Race, Protectors On A Higher Plane, Good Counterpart, Cosmic Retcon
  • Domains: Monitoring, Positive Matter, Power, Retcons, Crossovers, Space-Time, Sacrifice
  • Heralds: Nix Uotan, Alpheus, the World Forger (his older brother)
  • Allies: All heroic DC Gods, The Endless, Chronoa, The Creation Trio (yes, even Giratina), Whis, Cosmos, Gary Gygax and Dave Arneson, Prismo, Finn and Jake, Arceus, Primus, The Homestuck Kids, Linkara, Eru Ilúvatar, The Living Tribunal, Eternity, Clockwork, Reiji Arisu and Xiamou
  • Headbutting Heroes with: Present and Future Zeno, Beerus, Eliphas
  • Enemies: The Anti-Monitor (his Evil Twin), Nekron, Darkseid, Krona, Lord English, Doc Scratch, Lord Fuse, The Lich, Merged Zamasu, Majin Buu, The Brainspawn, Don Thousand, Unicron, Sigma, Malal, Amatsu-Mikaboshi
  • Wary of: The House of Vampires
  • After the Super Celestial Perpetua created the multiverse, she created the first inhabitants of that multiverse—her sons Alpheus (the World Forger), Mobius (the Anti-Monitor), and Mar Novu (the Over-Monitor)—to oversee the three realms of the multiverse, which were formed of the three basic forms of substance: dark matter, anti-matter, and positive matter. While Alpheus and Mobius were assigned to supervise the first two realms and were tasked with the function of creation and destruction, respectively, Mar Novu was to govern the last realm and was tasked with observing and protecting the created universes from cosmic disasters. When the Anti-Monitor awoke and began the Crisis on Infinite Earths, it was the Monitor who gathered various heroes and villain for the mother of all crossovers with the fate of existence at hand.
  • Expecting to be betrayed by a mind-controlled Harbinger, he used the situation to save the remaining universes at the time. And after ages, he's finally managed to regenerate. He's a distant, higher-up protector of the multiverse, an embodiment of positive matter who's personal strength depends on the amount of positive matter universes. And the pantheon's grander multiverse was so full of the stuff it made him immensely powerful. He is also aware of the likes of Merged Zamasu who wish to destroy the multiverse, and he's ready to take arms against such beings.
  • During his retreat, he became the progenitor to an entire race of Monitors who guard a different universe. Having reviewed the poorly-received Countdown to Final Crisis, Linkara wasn't impressed and summarized them in "We should do something! Should we do something?" The Monitor agreed with him on this and hopes to sort things out with the only active member of these new Monitors, Nix Uotan, and respects how Linkara has defended his own universe from various threats. He was also horrified to learn of Mandrakk the Dark Monitor, and the vampiric nature of these new Monitors. There's a lot for him to clean up.
  • His ilk dwells in Monitor Space, which lies above the Sphere of the Gods and bordering the edge of the DC Multiverse itself. As such, he usually searches for friends and foes in the Main House. He found much in common with Primus-both are ancient, multiversal guardians who have an Evil Twin that wishes to destroy everything. He has also allied with Cosmos, as the Grand United Alliance of Good are an excellent alliance to oppose the Anti-Monitor and his like. Unlike her he is willing to get those from the other alliances(sans the Grand United Alliance of Destruction) if it means protecting the multiverse. Sometimes heroes and villains have to work together for an ultimate threat.
  • Because of his role as Guardian of the Multiverse, he plays an important role in the House of Time and Space. He was curious about Giratina, since it is a god of antimatter yet wishes to protect the positive matter universe of Pokémon. Giratina explained that the two need each other and the Anti-Monitor is an aberration that must be stopped. The Monitor wholeheartedly agreed and was happy to see that antimatter could be used for good. He has gotten along with both the Creation Trio for their role of guardians of dimensions, and their creator Arceus for how they guide the realities below them.
  • Has been making various tuning forks to buffer the defense of the many universes in the pantheon, across both space and time. Chronoa has been giving him advice for where and when to put them, and Clockwork has been helping upgrade them to be better at protecting space-time. While doing this, the tuning forks were being assaulted and burned down by Lord English. His ambition to destroy everything ever and ability to manipulate history using the Stable Time Loop makes him just as dangerous as the Anti-Monitor, possibly even MORE so.
  • The rebuilt Monitor Sphere serves as his mobile temple, containing vast amounts of information. The Admins still have more that he does, though. The Brainspawn have been assaulting it to satiate their lust for all the knowledge in creation, then destroy it afterwards. Whenever they do so he shoots them down, and proved too out of their weight class to stupefy.
  • Has been travelling to the different higher realms in the various multiverses the pantheon has access to. He ended up travelling to the center of the Adventure Time multiverse, and met Prismo in the Time Room. He found Prismo to be very friendly company. There he also learned of the Lich, who considers the Monitor to be one of his biggest obstacles against his goal of destroying all life. The Monitor is proud of how Finn and Jake have managed to fight against this menace.
  • Has some issues with Beerus-he's not exactly comfortable with a Destroyer Deity, much less a petty one like him. However he is about keeping balance in the universe and despises the likes of Zamasu who cause destruction on a multiversal scale. He is also not quite sure what to think of the Zeno for their childishness, but they are ultimately trying to keep order like their Secret Test of Character, so he ultimately sides with them.
  • He is also not quite sure what to think of Eliphas. While he desires order, he is a Knight Templar who has issues in enforcing too much of it. However Eliphas is improving his attitude and he is far more preferable to Don Thousand's desire to spread chaos everywhere. He considers Lord Fuse a major enemy as well for his power to merge different worlds so as to assimilate them to his will.
  • Appears to be unaffected by the various reboots and tweeks to continuity that DC Comics has undergone. This has led him to be aware of those rendered under Canon Discontinuity and the pantheon's various retcons. Malal saw the Monitor's ascension as his golden opportunity to escape the Retconnian, likely the pantheon's answer to Limbo and become the most powerful Chaos God of all. He has been assaulting the Monitor for this reason, who completely disapproves of the outcast for obvious reasons.
  • For their opposition to Lord English, he finds the kid heroes of Homestuck excellent champions for the safety of creation. He considers Reiji Arisu and Xiaomu important allies due to their prior experience with saving the day in massive crossovers. He has also found a kinship with the Living Tribunal, for being the Marvel Multiverse's guardian. The Living Tribunal doesn't think he's as impressive as he should be, but otherwise they are working together to safeguard both their multiverses. He has got to know Eternity as well.
  • Doesn't believe in being overt, and is more concerned with the biggest of threats. He's more about using the various superheroes for a larger goal. It's a philosophy that Eru Ilúvatar can understand, and so does Cosmos and Whis. Following his return, however, he might have to be more active in his goal as the monitor and guardian of the DC Multiverse.

    Lord Vortech 
Vortechius Vortell Vortech, God of Bizarre And Unusual Crossovers (Lord Vortech)
Giant Vortech 
“Welcome to the end of chaos, and the beginning of perfection!”


Intermediate Gods

    Illya von Einzbern/Prillya 
Illyasviel "Illya" von Einzbern, Goddess of Magical Girl Alternate Universes, (Prillya, Ilyasviel, Ilya, Prisma Illya, Caster, Archer)
Her Class Card installs 
Her Archer form 
  • Intermediate Goddess, gains Greater Goddess status in her Zwei form.
  • Symbol: Kaleidostick Ruby
  • Theme Song: Starlog, Shoujo Shinka
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Magical Girl Warrior, Super-Aware of Magical Girl Tropes and Clichés, Magic Wand, Big Brother Attraction, Ascended Fangirl, Badass Adorable, Born Lucky, Dual Wielding, Dangerous Forbidden Technique, Little Miss Badass, Super Reflexes, From Unskilled, but Strong to Weak, but Skilled, Defeated the Strongest Full-Powered Heroic Spirit
  • Domains: Magic, Heroism, Youth
  • Herald: Kaleido Ruby, her talking wand.
  • High Priestess: Licca Kayama
  • Followers: Sasami Iwakura, Michiru Matsushima
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Illyasviel von Einzbern (Original Continuity)
  • Enemies: SHOCKER, Lord Tirek, Dormammu, Voldemort, Kyubey, Libby Chesler, Dolores Umbridge, Agatha Trunchbull, Chaos (Sailor Moon), Ursula, Broly (LSS)
  • On good/neutral terms with: Heracles, Cu Chulainn/Lancer, Medea Kuzuki/Caster, Medusa/Rider, Hassan of the Cursed Arm
  • Fears: Lord Kroak, Homura Akemi
  • Opposes: Blackbeard, Tsubame Kamoi, Meridia
  • Confused by: EMIYA
  • In a universe where the Holy Grail War Tradition has stopped, a young girl named Illyasviel von Einzbern arrives home after attending school at the elementary division of Homurahara Academy. As she settles in for the night, she meets her fate when a magical stick named Ruby introduced itself to her while she was having a bath. Thanks to the stick's trickery, she ended up becoming the mystic code's new holder. And thus, Prisma Illya was born!
    • Immediately after this, her universe's version of Rin Tohsaka immediately "recruited" her to find the Servant class cards loose in Fuyuki, alongside fellow Magical Girl Miyu Edelfelt and her handler Luvia. While Miyu started out using a Lancer-class card containing the Heroic Spirit Cu Chulainn, Illya started out with an Archer-class card containing EMIYA. Together, they took out corrupted versions of Medusa, Medea, Artoria Pendragon Alter, the various Hassan-I-Sabbah, and finally, Heracles. All of them risked damaging, and in the cases of the last two, outright wreaking havoc in Fuyuki should they be left to their own devices. As the story of her exploits continued, more and more of her Mysterious Past was revealed. Amongst them was the revelation that she was actually born and initially raised similarly to the main universe's version of Illya but the difference here is that the Kiritsugu Emiya of this universe chose to protect his family rather than pursue his ultimately selfish and pointless crusade of justice, and in the process saved himself, Irisviel von Einzbern and the young Illya from suffering grisly fates like their main universe counterparts. By extension, this has also prevented their world from suffering the tragedy that was the Fourth Holy Grail War.
    • During one Summer vacation she, Miyu, Chloe, Rin and Luvia ended up unearthing an eighth class card buried underneath Fuyuki. This card turned out to be the Archer Gilgamesh one, which once again came close to attacking and potentially destroying Fuyuki, though on a scale far worse than that of even Heracles. It was during this fight that Miyu was revealed to have come from an Alternate Universe. In addition, this is where Illya found out that she could combine the powers of Magical Ruby and Magical Sapphire to produce the Zwei Form, which eventually caused a Heroic RRoD due to an over-exertion of her Magical Circuits. Then, not long after defeating Gilgamesh, Illya became trapped in Miyu's alternate universe, where a family of mages known as the Ainsworth are hoping to "save" their world from harm... by sacrificing Miyu. Illya, being the All-Loving Hero she is, now seeks to Take a Third Option that would save Miyu and her world from destruction with the help of her long-time friends as well as many former enemies she had defeated prior.
  • Little Illyasviel was walking back to school one day when suddenly Chloe and Miyu approached her telling about a place even more extraordinary than their hometown of Fuyuki. Obligated to finish her homework yet also bored by her current routine, Illya thought it wouldn't hurt to follow her friends into a new place which she finally accepts. As she holds their hands, a light blinds her and she ended up in a divine-looking courtroom, overseen by The Judge who is evaluating Illya's pending position, Goddess of Magical Girl Alternate Universes. Chloe and Miyu reasoned that Illya's universe itself is a concept of putting an established character into another world and envision them as a magical girl wrapped up in the usual magical girl shenanigans; The Judge reviews said reasoning and finding not much suitable representatives, grants her position completely. With that out of the way, Illya joins her friends into the crazy world of the Trope Pantheons.
  • Compared to her main universe counterpart, this one has many, many differences. The most noticeable among these is her personality. While the original Illya started out as evil and turned good, this one was undoubtedly good-hearted from even before the beginning of her adventures. This is mainly due to this Illya being a completely new personality altogether. The cynical, knowledgeable Illya from the original universe ended up as Chloe von Einzbern.
    • Another notable difference between her and the main universe Illya is their age difference. While the former is 18 years look but looks 8 years younger, Prisma Illya really is 10 years old, or rather, 11 during the events of her respective story.
    • As it turns out, she was the result of her universe's Kiritsugu Emiya having a Heel–Face Turn and Heel Realization. Specifically, this Kiritsugu realized how foolish his ultimate goal of "justice" was, and decided that his family was more important than anything else in the world. With Irisviel's help, they sealed Illya's memories, and then rebelled and ultimately wiped out the other Einzberns sans themselves and their two maids, Sella and Leysritt. In the process, they ended up stopping the Holy Grail War tradition. They then moved to the city of Fuyuki to ensure this, with Illya living a normal, unassuming life alongside an adopted Shirou. Irisviel and Kiritsugu would then continue doing their "jobs" abroad, with their two children being taken care of by the maids.
    • At one point, she does meet her original universe counterpart alongside the latter's versions of Shirou, Rin, Magical Ruby, and Luvia. Unfortunately though, the interaction between the two Illyas was mostly offscreen... But then, some speculate that their first meeting is along the lines of this scene, with a little hostility from the older Illya and frightening from the younger one. Either way, their current relationship seems more cordial but retained some sense of contention.
  • Kiritsugu and Irisviel were surprised that there's an Illya who actually lived a good life they wanted her to have. The young magical girl at first thought her parents are finally here, but then her original self told her that's not the case; Iri still took a liking to the more innocent Illya and Kiritsugu is blessed that he basically has two daughters now, even if they share the same name. This is also the first time Saber has met the little Illya, and she managed to give her a good enough impression that Illya relies on her a lot and Taiga did gained some memories of teaching Illya back in her elementary school; she would still drag her to her Tiger Dojo both as herself and as Jaguar Man but Illya wouldn't want to have it any other way even if she barely has time to do her homework.
    • She later approached Shirou thinking it's her world's Shirou but it couldn't be farther from the truth. After clearing the air, they have no problem getting along though the only problem is that the original Illya hasn't tolerated her for once without resorting to bullying her. The Counter Guardian EMIYA however, often watches from afar for her safety which Illya finds weird and unsettling.
    • As the Class Cards borrow their power, Rider, Lancer, Caster and Cursed Arm all approached Illya and they are curious as to how the cards contained their power and how Illya handled them. While Illya is humbled and somewhat frightened by their presence, the Servants ultimately see that she is all okay with borrowing their power though for Caster, she might consider dressing up Illya herself should Saber is nowhere to be seen.
    • Of course once she heard about them, Illya began to hate Zouken Matou and Kirei Kotomine since they have done some atrocities, and was not surprised that the main Kotomine in the Pantheons is just like the Kotomine she met before. Zouken sees her as another copy of Justeaze and Kotomine sees some utility in using her as a magical power source, further unsettling Illya. And of course, Saber Alter is also not a pleasant interaction to be had with; Alter does have a feeling that she is Irisviel's daughter but she knows that their next meetings won't be civil and this extends to her companions Chloe and Miyu.
    • One of the biggest rules of Fate, in all verses, is that Gilgamesh is the mightiest of heroes ever and the reason why he doesn't instantly win is because he never fights with more than a fraction of his power and a piece of his attention. No one, not even Shiro, Archer or Saber had ever faced Gilgamesh at his best. Illya has the honor of being the very first to break that rule and mopped the floor with him. Cleanly. This could be a form of payback for him ripping her original self's heart out of her chest in one timeline. Either way, Gilgamesh is more irate than usual when he saw the magical girl again and even though he sees that she's strong enough to match him at his best, wants nothing more than to beat her just to best her.
    • In what was one of the biggest ironies, this incarnation of Illya was once opposed to the Servant version of Heracles, having fought the Berserker in order to prevent him from destroying her world's Fuyuki, as well as to save Miyu who had been fighting him in her lonesome.
      • Before, Hercules was saddened that one version of Illya antagonized him and did not rely on him for protection... until the time when she had to call on the power of his Class Card to save Beatrice Flowerchild's rampage. When he heard that happen, the Pantheon was treated to his face beaming with pride for a time. After all, no matter where, no matter when, he will always be Illya's protector.
  • At one point during her adventures, she, along with Miyu and Chloe, ended up trapped in a reality marble which was ruled by Servants who qualified as Magical Girls in life. It was here that she ended up meeting Ritsuka Fujimaru, the Master of Chaldea. Thanks to their help, Illya was able to save her two friends and return to their world. However, thanks to the memory and bond she had formed with this Master, they were later able to summon an alternate version of Illya, Miyu, and Chloe, who are essentially What If? versions of themselves if they had chosen to go to Chaldea's world instead. Due to this bond, Illya, along with Chloe, were among the many Servants summoned to assist Chaldea during the assault on Solomon's Temple of Time during the Incineration of Humanity, where they helped deal with a Demon Pillar that represented the Fuyuki Singularity, alongside other Servants like Edmond Dantes and Jeanne Alter.
    • When she found out that he has ascended, Illya ziplines to the Master of Chaldea's temple to join in his ascension party and give him a heartwarming hug and the Master likewise is also glad to see her. She even joins Ritsuka in his fight against the Beasts of Humanity Goetia, Tiamat and Kiara Sesshouin who all underestimate her potential to be on par with them, or at least her teamwork with the Master.
    • As one of the Master of Chaldea's Caster-class Servants, she retains her ability to use Magical Ruby as well as access to the Zwei form but what she does not retain however, is the ability to use Class Card Includes and Installs, something that the real Illya noted during the events of the reality marble. Ruby, completely aware of how Ritsuka's work functions, constantly points out to the Master of Chaldea about how Chloe would be much better than Illya in a lot of situations. Illya, naturally, isn't all too thrilled about it, and constantly tries to defend her usefulness as a Servant.
    • During one Summer, Illya got access to a swimsuit and subsequent class change to Archer. In this form, Ruby is now turned into either a water hose or a massive water gun, and her Noble Phantasm has her attack with multiple copies of herself in her Zwei form.
  • Illya was glad she got to meet Nanoha again after that one time and was also glad that Nanoha and Fate became friends before Illya met them again. They, in turn, introduce Illya to the other heroic Magical Girls such as Sakura Kinomoto, Usagi Tsukino and Koyuki Himekawa; she was both saddened and horrified that the three had their own situations that rival hers in bleakness and difficulty but they assured her that their journeys are supposed to be a life lesson to her that she must be strong against what the world will subject her through. Illya is somewhat relieved, though Koyuki does scare her a bit as she has hunted down corrupted magical girls for a while which is not an easy job to do.
    • Other magical girls Illya befriended are the Power Puff Girls Z and the Pretty Cures, with Momoka/Hyper Blossom in particular admires Illya and her journey since she is a magical girl fan herself through Illya is scared that Momoko might not like what she had gone through. Madoka Kaname also approached Illya in friendship and they both relate to the fact that they had gone through mentally and spiritually taxing journeys that involves innocents losing their lives; to an extent, Illya also got acquainted to the rest of the Puella Magi, though Sayaka Miki often scare her with her Knight Templar attitude. Illya's also scared of how Homura Akemi can be, though she can see why it all turned out this way which prompts her to oppose Kyubey and the Incubators for dragging innocent little girls into their despair; Kyubey's so vile even Ruby doesn't like him.
      Ruby: Okay, okay, okay! I admit to getting chicks to be magical girls to humiliate them and for my own amusement, but this weasel is off his rockers!
    • The bartender Jill Stingray came up to Illya as she reminds her of her favourite show, "Model Warrior Julianne" which she was a die-hard fan of when she was young but relentless mocking by her peers lead to her falling out of it and subsequently hating being called "Julianne" as she shared the same name of the show. Although, she is still a closet fan as attested with her conversation with Dana. Illya felt bad for Jill and what her interests had led her to and hopes to brighten up her day when she has the time to meet her while Jill vows to never give any alcohol to Illya since she's a minor.
  • There are other magic users Illya met that came from fantastical worlds of magic. One of whom is Luxanna Crownguard, who is impressed at Illya and her moves (which she seeks to copy) aa well as relating to being Little Sister Heroines to their respective brothers; another is Jaina Proudmoore, who managed to become another proper adult figure for Illya though the latter is sad Jaina has a Bad Future ahead of her and another is Arche Klein who became a fun companion for Illya on top of both of them sharing the same voice which they both are little weirded out at. There's also Gandalf who sees a lot of potential in Illya's magic potential (though irked at Ruby) and hopes to give her proper guidance and the best friends Harry and Hermione who felt bad for her during her journey since she was supposed to have a normal life.
    • Through their warnings, Illya came to antagonize Voldemort, Dormammu and Lord Tirek who all underestimate Illya and her potential even though she had beaten her own world's Gilgamesh. Lord Kroak tried to approach her one time but she ran for her life and even though he proclaims himself to be a friend of her father, she clarifies that it's not exactly her own dad's.
  • She along with Chloe and Miyu, are often seen as the Distaff Counterparts of the Ghost Kamen Riders since the riders use the Eyecons to assume forms based on various historical figures just like how Illya, Miyu, and Chloe use the Class Cards to assume the forms of various Heroic Spirits. As expected, they are getting along very well as they often seen working together battling their respective adversaries in the Pantheon on top of experimenting with switching their Class Cards and Eyecons to see if they could unlock new forms. As she transforms with cards, Illya also found allies in Ultraman Orb and the Goseigers who also join her in said fight against Pantheonic adversaries. Among them are SHOCKER which has more viler monsters than most enemies Illya had ever faced, and the Chaos from Usagi's world whose existence dictates everlasting evil.
  • Little Illyasviel got along with Yoko Littner and Gamera, as she finds the former a better and more competent teacher than her world's Taiga and the latter fun once she sees past his giant and scary exterior. Other children Illya made friends with are the Cutie Mark Crusaders and Matilda Wormwood who all are impressed with her feats and relate to her being belittled most of the time. They all warn her of the threats of Miss Trunchbull, Dolores Umbridge and Libby Chesler which she agrees to listen to especially since Libby is a lot like Miyu's sister, Luviagelita but less redeeming.
    • Of course, pedophiles are par for the course for Illya's fear which is why she asked for restraining orders against Edward Teach and Tsubame Kamoi. Blackbeard is comically saddened that Illya does not want to hang out with him while Tsubame is determined to go after her no matter what, seeing her as a substitute for her young master, Misha Takanashi.
  • As she is also a self-doubting heroine who tries to do her best in spite of everyone belittling her in some way, Illyasviel got in touch with Noel Vermillion, who strongly sees her as a kindred spirit. Noel then introduced her to Dr. Litchi Faye-Ling, who would love to look after her health and be her friend though once she found out Illya's mom and Ruby often embarrass Illya by subjecting her to embarrassing outfits not unlike getting Noel and others to cosplay while she's drunk, Litchi vows to not subject her through the cosplaying seeing she had enough.
  • As she is involved in alternate dimensions, Illya managed to befriend Yuya & Yuzu and to an extent their counterparts; all three exchange each other's stories and found sombre common ground in them, right down to starting over in new normal lives over one small detail. As she is supposed to have a perfectly normal life but still dragged to one filled with death and misery, Griffin can see that it's inevitable for Illya who while finding Griffin somewhat unsettling when he goes on about other possibilities, still find him quite friendly nonetheless.
  • Cosmos approached Illya one day when the latter was on her way out from school, inviting her ice-cream which Illya accepts even if she knew in situations like these she would be in danger but Cosmos seems harmless and welcoming enough to dispel that. Cosmos heard out Illya's story, shocked that there's little to none parental supervision in her world so she asks Illya to come to her whenever there's any big trouble ahead which Illya takes to heart though she herself is also concerned of Cosmos' safety as well. Illya also sees Meridia as nothing like Cosmos, disagreeing with her views that some people must be worthy to live in her ideal world while Meridia likewise dismisses her as very naive to see her goals.
  • As she is seen as a hero by adaptation, Illya is compared to Ursula as a Good Counterpart to her; Ursula would come to see her as a potential victim that might be easy to fool just like with Ariel but unfortunately for her, Illya isn't fooled by her temptations. This also gotten her and her original self in contact with the new Broly as like her, he stands out among his own race (Saiyans for him, homunculi for her) and they both share his disdain against the old Broly.
  • "Don't think, imagine!"

    Reiji Arisu and Xiaomu 
Reiji Arisu and Xiaomu, Duo Deities of Original Crossover Characters

    Warrior King 
Warrior King, God of Crossovers Through Linked Events
  • Intermediate God (was a Greater God when wielding Warrior World’s orb)
  • Symbol: The Warrior World orb
  • Alignment: Lawful Good. Might be Neutral Good now.
  • Portfolio: Royals Who Actually Do Something, Simple Staff, Original Generation, The Good King, You Can't Go Home Again, Weird Crossover, Crown of Horns, Heroic Build, Barbarian Longhair
  • Domains: Crossovers, Warriors, Royalty
  • Allies: Chun-Li, Raiden (Mortal Kombat), Merlin, Arthur Pendragon, Altria Pendragon/Saber, Ryu, Ken, Guile, Commander Shepard, Conan the Barbarian, Alexander the Great, Hercules, Illyasviel von Einzbern, Leia Organa, Satsuki Kiryuin, Scathach, Team Voltron, Worf, Urdnot Wrex, Thor
  • Rivals: Tsukasa Kadoya/Kamen Rider Decade
  • Enemies: M. Bison, Shao Kahn, Shang Tsung, Sephiroth, Professor Hojo, Sheev Palpatine, Sauron, Ragyo Kiryuin, Mateus Palamencia, Wilhuff Tarkin, Gregor Clegane, Aku, Zarkon and Lotor, Melkor, Kronika, Vortech
  • Pitied by: Samurai Jack
  • Opposes: Daenerys Targargyen
  • A strange anomaly to say the least. Thanks to certain executives, four cartoons on the USA Network had to share a crossover between each other. Not a crossover in the traditional sense (Capcom an Midway Games were rivals in the Western market, their lawyers wouldn’t allow this) but a crossover where the shows would be tied in a specific event happening simutaneously. Enter Warrior King, the ruler of the planet Warrior World. Warrior World is at war with a group of unnamed Evil Sorcerors riding dragons, wanting to claim the magical orb of the planet that is said to harness unlimited potential that keeps Warrior World running. These invaders almost capture the orb but it is thrown into a portal across time and space, with Warrior King chasing it soon after. This is the beginning of his series-hoping adventures.
  • Unsurprisingly, it would only take awhile until he managed to reach the Pantheon. Quite impressed with the place, he wandered around until he discovered a familiar face: Chun-Li. Shocked by the fact she is somehow still alive, he approached her with the idea of rekindling their potential romance. Unfortunately, Chun-Li here is not aware of those events (his Chun-Li followed the movie timeline) and asked who Warrior King was. Dishearted, Warrior King was forced to explain who her was to her. Chun-Li realized that he wasn’t lying and struck a friendship with him. They remain friends until now though both aren’t comfortable yet to having a relationship thanks to their unique circumstances. Warrior King cannot catch a break.
  • Was not happy with how M. Bison managed to arrive here as well. The Bison he knows of is just as terrible here as he knew him there. Luckily, Sagat and Zangief are not his minions in the slightest currently though Warrior King is still quite wary of them.
  • Since Shao Kahn was in possession of his orb for a good chunk of time as well (yes, this is the film continuity Kahn), and the warmongering just handing it over to his treacherous subordinate like it was nothing really ticks Warrior King in the wrong sorts of ways. Kahn would like to say he does not need that “pathetic” orb to rule. Warrior King could not tell to be insulted or relieved.
    • Since Raiden made the orb lost again in the first place, Warrior King was slightly pissed at him for not holding onto it. Raiden apologized to Warrior King, if his counterpart knew the Warrior King was searching for it, then he would have just held onto the orb a little bit more for at least a but more since Warrior King arrived a minute too late. Letting go of his anger, Warrior King respected Raiden’s decision for not taking the orb’s power himself and became good friends.
  • The wizard Merlin reminds Warrior King of his magical advisor who sent him on his journey. Merlin then introduced King Arthur to him (both of them), knowing they would find some kindship over the fact they had both failed to save their fallen kingdoms. And to his delight, he was correct.
  • As a warrior (no kidding), Warrior King would obviously find good friendships to pure-unbridled fighters like Alexander the Great, Conan, and even Hercules as good sparring partners. Even they find Warrior King a rather formidable battler thanks to his ages of experience outlasting all of them combined (unless Hercules goes full-on Berserker/Archer). His staff and his cheapshot lazer-belt are a bit infamous in combat tourneys.
    • Got into a rather harsh match against Gregor Clegane, who’s pure ferocity caught Warrior King by surprise. Again, he was able to beat the Mountain with a blast from his belt as a finishing blow. After the matches for today ended, Gregor jumped on Warrior King, enraged to be beaten. However—with his more honed skills—Warrior King was able to defend himself and knock his enemy out, waiting for the authorities arrived. Gregor swore to make sure Warrior King pay for the humiliations.
  • As those who helped finally recover the orb aren’t here, Commander Shepard would have to fill for them, being a Space Marine after all. Shepard think that they are serving as a Replacement Goldfish for Warrior King though realized that Warrior King stuck by Shepard because of their charisma and combat prowess impressing him, making their friendship far less uncomfortable.
  • Knowing what it was like for going on a hopeless journey without end, Samurai Jack and Warrior King found their former situations a whole lot similar. To be fair on Warrior King’s part, he suffered even longer and much earlier than Jack did, making Jack wonder if his rather shorter in comparison suffering made him a Broken Hero, how is Warrior King doing since his travels were All for Nothing.
  • Probable a person who is able to understand Warrior King is Scathach, who also has centuries of experience as well. Just don’t mention her age in front of her. She challenged him to a duel and after managing to disarm Warrior King, Scathach said that perhaps Warrior King to prove his mettle... in the bedroom. Warrior King, extremely tired from the battle, said no. Scathach wonders if her mentioning of her age might have something to do with the rejection.
  • Tsukasa Kadoya went to meet with Warrior King after hearing his dimension-jumping might rival his own. Wanting to see if Warrior King has the mettle as told about, Tsukasa challenged him to a fight. However, since this was immediately after the Scathach battle, Warrior King walked away. Tsukasa still tries challenging Warrior King whenever he can but somehow, Warrior King is always tired from doing another fight from earlier and ditches him. Tsukasa is a bit miffed on being unable to have what he wants.
  • His story of losing his home struck a cord with the Alderaan princess, knowing the pain of having (most) of your people being snuffed out by evil forces. She told Warrior King if he ever wanted to rebuild his kingdom, she would do everything in her power to help.
  • People point to Wreck-It Ralph are perhaps the first time Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter crossed over (though Kano is called the generic name of Cyborg for some reason) though Warrior King beat them to the punch. Though in that case is VERY lenient thanks to not interacting with anybody from the Mortal Kombat tournament.
  • Warrior King is enraged of how Palpatine and Tarkin were willing to blow up planets, leaving their minuscule remaining population who were fortunate to be out of the worlds refugees, something Warrior King cannot experience because for all he knows all his people are dead. He has sworn to take them both to justice for these crimes along with a whole plethora of reasons as well.
  • With the extreme power the orb possesses, some from the villainous lot have expressed interest on taking the orb from Oasis themselves. With Warrior King knowing the dire consequences if they do manage to get their hands on it, has sworn to go against anybody who dare even thinks of taking its power.
    • Hojo truly does want to obtain the orb for scientific purposes... and likely in those said scientific purposes, make an unholy monster like how Sephiroth turned out. Yeah, Warrior King is saying no to that. Even worse is the One-Winged Angel himself and even Mateus Palamencia have become quite fascinated of what the orb’s power will bring to themselves.
    • A real concern Warrior King has is the Zarkon likely has the technology capable of making the orb and endless power source for him to use, as it can be capable of producing as much Life Force as he wants to make. Warrior King is also keeping his eye out of Lotor too, and while the prince has done nothing in the Pantheon to be deemed an enemy, his past atrocities made Warrior King quite distrustful towards him.
    • Melkor and Sauron’s sources remind Warrior King of the Obviously Evil invaders he had to fight. Warrior King is investigation if the invaders are being backed by Melkor in some way, suspicious after seeing the familiar sight of mages riding dragons going into the offensive.
  • Disgusted by how Ragyo Kiryuin sold out the human race, and even worse— molesting her daughters. As tempting the idea of power is, there is a reason why Warrior King did not become a full-on tyrant. He’s working with Satsuki to take down Ragyo once and for all.
  • Kronika became quite interested in Warrior King, appearing to him with the offer of bringing Warrior World back to a time when it was still a paradise, with no threats from his enemies. Suspicious, Warrior King denied the request, not knowing who Kronika even was. Kronika thought this answer may have come up, so just to see what happens, she sent Warrior King to an illusion of his kingdom being ransacked after he had vanished. Horrified, Warrior King begged for her to stop the vision. Kronika then asked again if he wanted to prevent this suffering done to his people but Warrior King refused despite being traumatized. Until the bitter end, he knows his people must have been strong if he could not be there to be their strength, so he rejected the Titan once more. Disappointed at a potential pawn not manipulable, Kronika left Warrior King to wallow in his sadness.
  • Doesn’t like being reminded of dragons too much, especially if those in charge of dragons order their steeds to start burning down everything in their path. Those factors made Warrior King somewhat loathe Daenerys, even before her Sanity Slippage.
  • Do not expect him to show up as a Guest Fighter at any point. That should go without saying.


Lesser Gods

    Bucky Barnes/The Winter Soldier 
James Buchanan "Bucky" Barnes, the God Redesigned for the Modern Times (The Winter Soldier, Captain America, The Man on the Wall, Canary, W.S., Jim Barnes, the White Wolf)
  • Theme Song: Steadfast, The Causeway, The Winter Soldier in long battle
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Domino Mask or his metal arm
  • Alighnment: Neutral Good, formerly Lawful Good; Lawful Evil as the Winter Soldier
  • Portfolio: Cap's former sidekick, atoning for his actions as the Winter Soldier, gains a metal arm made by the Russians, inconsistent memories, either through cryostasis or certain keywords, working great with Cap, wants to make up for his wrongs and has doubts on the mantle of justice, less dignified fighter, mysterious hitman by the Soviets or HYDRA, highly modified soldier, masterful skillshot, similar skillset as Cap, hidden as his Winter Soldier identity, developed as a weapon by the Soviets but regains his memories and emotions
  • Domain: Assasins, Anti-Heroes, Mercenaries, Metal Arms, Soldiers, Amnesiac Memories
  • Allies:
  • Vitriolic Best Buds with: Namor, the Sub-Mariner
  • Annoyed with: Rocket Racoon
  • Commonality Connection with: the Iron Giant
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Frank Castle/The Punisher
  • Avoids: Tony Stark/Iron Man
  • Enemies: Johann Schmidt/Red Skull, HYDRA, Thanos, Reaper, Yuri, Gauron, Nikita Dragovich, Vladimir Makarov, Zoran Lazarevic
  • Odd Friendship: Asuka Tenjoin
  • Pities: Widowmaker, Jack Ryan
  • In the 1940s, when Steve Rogers was beginning his heroic profession as Captain America, one certain camp mascot at that time where he resided was forced to be his sidekick during the war. That sidekick was James Buchanan Barnes, also known as Bucky. When Cap disarmed a bomb that was heading to the US and dropped into the icy waters only to be retrieved by the Avengers, Bucky's fate did not end well. Thought to be dead after the explosion, his death haunted Cap for years on end, until a certain author who saw his short-lived story saw it as a joke and revised him completely. Now his past story was that he was a 17-year-old highly-trained commando who was tasked with assassinations and missions that even the heroes would consider to be immoral, especially under Captain America, the hero he was assigned to as his sidekick. Still, his past would be altered more. Remember that explosion that resulted to his "death"? Well it turns out that he survived, albeit lost his left arm and his memories, but was taken in by the Russians and remolded into an assassin under Soviet command. Donning the legendary moniker of The Winter Soldier, he would use his assassination instinct and skills to bring terrorism under US soil, and would become one of Steve's most known adversaries, that was until he regained his memories and started atoning for most of his sins. Now he remains one of the Avengers' allies, although an untrusted one at that.
  • His ascension finally brought Steve with mutual respect, given their war history together. Cap is also one of the few who still trusts him even after all the conflicts they have gone through while his time as the Winter Soldier, so much so that the Captain America title was given to Bucky after the former's death, though Cap decided to take back the helm after returning.
    • Many deities have noticed that when it comes to Bucky, Steve would do absolutely anything for him. No matter what. While there are some who see this as a result of their mutual friendship, others see it otherwise. Some people also have noticed that Steve has become selfish when it comes to anything related to him, solidifying the undying allegiance with him despite all the damages done.
  • Some portion of the Avengers have forgiven his actions, even if the actions in question are very horrible, as Bucky is almost always atoning for all the sins he has caused. Black Widow remembered who he was considering the number of times she was forced to forget about him due to her status as an Avenger. Now that he's here, both of them can continue dating as her memories of him are regained. Hawkeye on the other hand knew him by Cap since he was persuaded that he voluntarily did nothing wrong, and the same can be said for Wanda Maximoff, who also fought alongside Hawkeye when an Avenger Civil War took place.
    • Out of all the heroes however, he cannot be more grateful towards T'Challa as it was him who helped in his redemption. Even after going against him, he understood Bucky as a person and knew that he wasn't the criminal he was touted to be, although his skills from such did remain. This also lead him to be in cryostasis once more and was renamed by Wakandan citizens as The White Wolf.
    • A few days into his ascension, two other unlikely heroes paid a visit to Bucky's temple; one being a teammate of his in The Invaders, the Human Torch, and another who being a friend and fighter from his World War II days who he constantly snarks at, that being Namor. The two commended James' efforts with Johnny calling him the odd one out of the group and Namor has taken a small piece of gratitude for him.
    • His welcome was however short-lived when he took a small visit from Nick Fury, who gave him a new arm as a welcoming gift. He says it's a small "token of appreciation" for being Captain America when Steve was dead and for doing S.H.I.E.L.D a favor back then despite his status as the Winter Soldier. As the Spymaster of the Pantheon, he will still watch him over in case he goes back to his Winter Soldier mindset.
  • While Steve Rogers had the chance to punch Hitler, Bucky actually killed the dictator and the Red Skull. Most are skeptical of these events. He did however lose the original arm, but was replaced with one developed by SHIELD, which has an EMP gadget and enhanced throwing abilities or a Vibranium made arm from Wakanda after years of cryostasis. Considering his ascension, he was brought in with the original look, but is free to switch to whatever style suits him best.
    • This also lead to a recent bout with Rocket Racoon, who has been trying to steal his metal arm, especially his Vibranium made version. He tried stealing it, then bribing him with as much as a hundred thousand credits, even resorted to trading it with his weapons, but ultimately none of his attempts worked out.
    Rocket: Oh I'll get one someday.
  • Bucky's ascension unfortunately led to a lot of criticism from many deities, claiming that the damages he has done outweighs his heroic redemption. One person in particular who saw him in anger was Tony Stark as the later has been trying to hunt him down the moment news came in on his presence. When asked as to why Stark has such hatred against him, he responded with this:
    Tony: I don't care. He killed my mother.
    • The Punisher has also joined in this statement, and has even personally hunted him numerous times. Even with all the reasoning he has, Frank doesn't care and kept blasting against him until a ceasefire by Nick Fury called both of them out. Now the two are working with each other (with rather untrusting results) in most operations in and out of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • Despite all the crimes he has done, some people have taken his redemption sincerely and some have outright forgiven him. Superman was among those to welcome him back as a hero and despite his conditional memories, he still sees good in him and has trusted Cap to take care of Bucky whenever something goes wrong with him. Cap responded well and sees this as a guardian aspect, though Superman has also taken the back seat and oversees his condition from time to time.
  • Funnily enough, there was a rule in the world of Comic Books that stated "Nobody stays dead in Comic Books except Jason Todd, Bucky Barnes and Ben Parker". This rule was furthermore reinforced upon his meeting with his DC Counterpart, Jason Todd, who almost everyone can see his similarities to, with their roles as sidekicks then turned weapons/villains and either being dead or faking their deaths. Now that the two are in the Pantheon, the rule can pretty much be only Ben Parker.
  • Oddly enough, the name "Bucky" threw confusion onto Asuka Tenjoin, thinking that it was her brother who shares the same name with him. She was disappointed (and terrified) to hear it was a brainwashed assassin of all Buckys to ascend, though she did sympathize with him due to experiencing the same ordeal. Well, in technicality it was her daughter who was brainwashed, not her.
  • Nathan has felt cold chills whenever he's near the Winter Soldier, with many people pointing out numerous similarities from the military expertise to their metallic arms. Willing to challenge him, they duked it out in a one-on-one fight, with Spencer nearly winning, until Bucky decided to just whip out a pistol to finish the match. Even after the fight, Spencer still respected him, especially when Cap told him of Bucky's situation and how he's slowly working towards a heroic path.
  • Being a victim of brainwashing, he pities anyone else who has become a victim of such methods, and chief among them was the sniper of Talon, Widowmaker. However, her reaction to this was without sympathy since she is very dedicated to her job as a Talon agent and moreso, has little to no chance of coming back, which was signified when she killed her husband in cold blood. His perception of her has still been pitiful, albeit that he will kill her if she dares to take the first shot. As for her, she remarks seeing him back as the villainous Winter Soldier.
    • Jack Ryan was also pitied by him the moment he read his bio and all the events that slowly transpired in the city of Rapture. What hit him the most was his brainwashed condition and that compared to others like him, Alex, Tommy and the like, Jack's brainwashing might have permanently changed him forever, and not for the good.
  • Alex Mason, Tommy Oliver and even Ellen Kurokawa understand his pain for being brainwashed to the side of villainy before shifting back to good thanks to one of their own compatriots. Mason moreso as one thing that he and Alex share is that their brainwashing protocols still remain in their heads and when activated, almost cost them their lives, with Bucky causing unrest to the world and the leadership of the Avengers and on Alex's side being that he may have killed the President of the United States.
    • Other people started pitying him as well despite knowing his actions. Bladewolf saw him as another compatriot similar to Raiden, mechanically engineered to be a weapon and partially brainwashed. Chase and Tommy Oliver also follow his atonement, and sometimes Chase can be seen with Bucky in times of forgiveness. Cammy White also helps Bucky in regards to continuing his path as a hero as she has experience with his pain after all the events that have happened with her and her former organization Shadaloo. Jill can also vouch in that regard after she was taken by Wesker and brainwashed shortly before being rescued. To say that many people understood Bucky would be an understatement.
  • Sometimes he is seen clinging to his sniper rifle, probably for defensive and surgical removal reasons, but mostly the former as well as his proficiency with it. Lockon has taken a liking of him and sees his revenge as reasonable. They'll sometimes be seen within the shooting galleries firing while having some drinks.
  • After all the brainwashing and damages both HYDRA and the Soviets have done to him, he has become wary to anyone connected with HYDRA. This explains why he has immense hatred for Red Skull, so much that when donning the Captain America helm, he said it's best to kill the Red Skull by shooting him in the head over capturing him. Though he did get better and eventually got used to the whole heroes-capture-villains job.
    • This wasn't limited to HYDRA though, as other notorious Russians knew of his existence. Yuri and Nikita Dragovich are especially known for their mind control tendencies. Dragovich in particular is hated more due to the fact that his brainwashing of Alex Mason brings him memories of his time under the Soviets as a sleeper agent. Thankfully, despite going through the same trials, both him and Alex also got better eventually.
    • And later on, terrorists have taken notes of his ascension, with Reaper talking out about his recruitment. Considering what happened with Widowmaker and the questionable actions Talon's agents have been up to, he has laid his eyes and his weapons on Reaper should he try to approach him again.
  • Has been seen making small talk with Soldier: 76 about their fates as soldiers. As far as their actions go, Jack has seen Bucky's ruthless actions, even before he became the infamous Winter Soldier, seeing it as similar to how he was condemned on Overwatch for breaking protocols. On the other hand, the latter sees Morrison as a fallen version of Steve Rogers or a more cynical version of himself. If he falls, he'll be glad to support him.
  • Being in the hands of the Soviets led him to being a weaponized asset. His functions were akin to a sniper rifle, surgically removing targets that would seem problematic for HYDRA and the Soviets (depending on the interpretation). Him discarding that and slowly upholding the heroic mantle (he is still considered an Anti-Hero rather than a full-fledged good guy) was given props by the Iron Giant, who was happy to see a human almost similar to him, though the Giant has attacked Bucky out of the arm, considering that it was a weapon. The former has slowly warmed up though.
    • Suzaku also saw something similar between the two of them, except without the pleading for death aspect. That said, he can understand why Bucky would feel frustrated after his problematic memories. Of course if they get triggered that is.
    • In essence of sentient weapons, one hitman did not like his reputation and that would by the psychotic hitman Gauron. He even says that Bucky doesn't deserve the dangerous moniker of the Winter Soldier for switching to the side of good, even though he himself reverted to that identity after numerous occasions. To this day, he still despises him and will drag his body back to HYDRA just to shut him up.
  • One would ask why he would place Thanos as an enemy when he's just a super soldier and not a cosmic being. Well, that's because he was able to meet and tried to fend off Thanos in one alternate timeline and as a result, was one of the first to get snapped by the Infinity Gauntlet.
  • Due to his dangerous nature, he's more often active in his temple where he atones for most of his actions. If he's not there, he'll be present in the House of Faith, where people are more willing to give him penance for his actions.
  • Wiz and Boomstick have recently discovered a timeline in which SHIELD sent Bucky to kill the Red Hood and he tracked Jason down to a vacated restaurant. Bucky won, due to his greater strength, experience, and durability, and ended up crushing Jason's skull with his mechanical arm. Needless to say, Bucky's pretty disturbed by that timeline, and prefers to be on friendly terms with the Red Hood.
  • "Who the hell is Bucky?"

    Grimm (American McGee
Grimm, God of Grimmification (Dark Man, The Bad Man, Dirty Man)
  • Rank: Lesser God
  • Symbol: His smiling face on a coin
  • Theme Song: The Hearse Song, but sung by himself
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: The Corrupter, Crapsack World, Evil Brit, Walking Wasteland, Groun-Erm, Butt Stomping, Abusing absolutely ANYONE, The Pigpen, Spoof Aesop, Sophisticated as Hell, Villain Protagonist
  • Domains: Grimmification and mean spirited morals
  • Herald: The Master Thief
  • Followers: Kaori Yuki, A large amount of Red Riding Hoods, American McGee himself!
  • Allies: The Cryptkeeper, Rod Serling, and R.L. Stein, Herr Drosselmeyer
  • Rivals: Discord, Chrysalis
  • Enemies: Many of them, pretty much everyone unlisted in his profile, but ESPECIALLY those who believe in the forces of good and love
  • Friendly Rivalry: Wario
  • Friendly Enemy: Alice Liddell and, oddly enough, Fa Mulan
  • Respects: The Grim Reaper or any personification of death (with exception of Light Yagami)
  • Opposed by/Opposes: Almost anyone working under the Disney Banner, Sora, Roxas
  • Conflicting Opinion: Grimm DESPISES weddings, as well as luck and bowdlerization
  • High Priest: Gregory Maguire
  • Grimm ascended upon conquering both the world of fairy tales and comic books, tearing genres asunder to the horrified reactions of those within. When first ascending, he did a number of things such as turning Superman into a villain, giving Maleficent even more power, and wilting all the flowers in the gardens. Thankfully, it was determined that Grimm's abilities only worked on those from print and its various forms, allowing him to be quickly dispatched.
    • Many fear what would happen if Grimm were to gain his powers over other forms of media, but the likelihood of this has been determined to be "stunningly low" by the most intelligent of the pantheon.
  • Grimm is not allowed near children. Ever.
  • Grimm and Wario often compete at... being gross. It's a sight to behold, assuming you have a bucket nearby.
  • With so many enemies many wonder how he ascended in the first place. Many are quick to point to the house of villainy, but oddly enough, Grimm seems to prefer heroes to win over the villains, but only if they do it without dumb luck or cop-out powers.
    • Others say the gods of his world just plumb got sick of him meddling with things and tossed him to another multiverse.
  • Grimm hates weddings, but loves ruining them.
  • Grimm has an unusual relationship with Alice. On one hand, Liddell and him get along fine due to their similarities in tone and understandings of the world. On the other, Kingsleigh represents everything he HATES in modern storytelling and he will go out of his way to turn her to his preferred version of her should their paths cross.
  • Despite his preference to harm children, Grimm avoids Billy and Mandy due to A. There being nothing to corrupt and B. They just plain scare him.
  • Rumor has it Grimm also has a way to turn good, as well as more cutesy.
  • Grimm has attempted to find a way into the World of Remnant, after all Fairy Tales ARE his domain. Whether he has been there before has yet to be determined.
  • Grimm has found interest in his corrupted of Fa Mulan, finding her tale of destroying the Huns and outsmarting all the men of China rather attractive, much to the conventional version of Mulan's disgust.
  • There are many, many, many Grimms, try not to get him confused any of them. ESPECIALLY The Brothers Grimm, who he blames for the Bowdlerisation of Fairy Tales.
  • Gods are advised if they ever spot Grimm trying to corrupt something to throw any form of liquid at him (anything, even vomit, will do). He can't stand it.

    Kirito and Asuna (Abridged
Kazuto Kirigaya and Asuna Yuuki (Abridged), Dual Deities of Canon Improvement (Kazuto: Kirito, "Kurt", xVx_K1r1t0_xVx_KillMe, xHeroOfAincradx. Asuna: Asuna, "Ass", Titania)
Don't ask.
  • Lesser Deities (Quasideities in their real life forms)
  • Symbol: Asuna's face with cat whiskers drawn on it
  • Theme Music:
  • Alignment: Neutral Jerkass (Trying to be Chaotic Good)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Gamers, Virtual Reality, Parody, Douchebaggery
  • Allies: Yui, Sora and Shiro, Rodin (Kirito Only), The Yandere Squad (Asuna Only)
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Kei Shirogane/Shiroe, Shizuka Hanekura/Akatsuki
  • Enemies: Nobuyuki Sugou, Mordecai Heller (Kirito Only)
  • Complicated Relationship: The Canon Cast of Sword Art Online
  • Annoyed By: The Narrator (Kirito Only), Nappa (Kirito Only)
  • 20 Minutes into the Future, there exists a game known as "Sword Art Online", a Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game based in Virtual Reality where players have to make their way to the top of Castle Aincrad in order to beat the game. Unfortunately, due to the machinations of a game developer known as Kayaba Akihiko, 10,000 players have found themselves trapped within the game until they reach the 100th floor, and should they die in the game, they die in real life as well. One of those trapped players turned out to be Kazuto "Kirito" Kirigaya, who, having lived their life as an antisocial nobody, found himself as a god amongst men within the virtual world of Aincrad. Together with Asuna, a fellow player who matches Kirito in terms of skills and sociopathy, the two hope to ascend the castle's floors in order to escape to the real world... preferably without killing each other first.
  • Their interactions with their canon counterparts have been... complicated.
    • Abridged Kirito and Asuna's first encounter with Canon Kirito and Asuna didn't exactly end well. While it started off hopeful with the four sitting down for a friendly chat to discuss their differences, it ended with Canon Asuna pulling on Abridged Asuna's hair whilst calling her a bitch repeatedly as Abridged Kirito attempted to disembowel Canon Kirito in the hopes that he can turn Canon Kirito's body into a makeshift meat toboggan. Thankfully, the four were broken up and a resolution was reached: namely, Abridged Kirito and Asuna are not allowed within fifty feet of their canon versions and vice versa. Whomever violates either sides' perimeters will have the cops called on them.
      • Although their relationship with their canon versions is rocky at best and violent at worst, Abridged Kirito and Asuna do share their canon counterparts love for their adopted daughter, Yui. To the point where Abridged Kirito and Asuna are currently engaged in a legal battle with Canon Kirito and Asuna over who gets custody of Yui. Nobody knows who exactly will emerge victorious, but they do know that Yui is receiving so many presents from both sets of parents in an attempt to win her over to their respective sides.
    • Their relationship with the rest of the canon cast has not fared much better. While Canon Sinon and Canon Yuuki consider the two to be irritating jackasses, Canon Suguha has tried to maintain an alliance with the pair. Abridged Kirito and Asuna were even initially willing to befriend Canon Suguha, especially since she doesn't beat the everloving crap out Kirito like her abridged counterpart... only to learn that Canon Suguha is in love with Kirito. For the next few weeks, Abridged Kirito and Asuna were physically incapable of making an expression that didn't involve a dropped jaw and shrunken irises.
    • All of this said, the abridged pair and the canon cast has agreed to put aside their differences whenever it comes to dealing with Canon Nobuyuki, who is overjoyed that there are now two Asunas for him to play around with.
  • The two have obtained a somewhat shaky alliance with the likes of Sora and Shiro, who themselves live in a world where violence was outlawed and disputes were settled with games. Asuna wondered what kind of pathetic loser would want to live in a world like that only to find out that her husband was outside their temple, demanding that he be let into the world of Disboard.
    • The two have an even shakier alliance with Shiroe and Akatsuki, whom, being allies of the original Kirito and Asuna, consider the pair to be absolute pain to be around. The feeling is mutual on the couple's end, especially since Shiroe helping Akatsuki out with her avatar situation has made Asuna self-conscious of the fact that Kirito left her to her own devices rather than help her open a menu, which has led to many arguments about who actually gets custody of Kirito's Badass Longcoat.
  • It did not take long for Kirito to reopen the "Kirito is Always Right" foundation, and soon enough, this advertisement was airing on every single television screen within the pantheon. So far, the "Kirito is Always Right" foundation has attracted little to no potential investors, but it did once convince Ed to donate all of the Ed-boys' jawbreaker money to the cause. Eddy's screams of anger were heard from across the pantheon on that day.
  • Asuna has inadvertently gained the approval of the GUAC Yandere Squad after she burned down Lisbeth's shop when she thought Lisbeth was "flirting" with Kirito. The members didn't even hold it against her when Asuna burned down each of their respective temples when she heard rumors that they were also "flirting" with Kirito, noting that they would have done the same thing if they were in her place.
  • Convinced that Mordecai Heller is secretly aligned with Don Fluffles, a cat that somehow learned how to play Sword Art Online and founded a mafia inside it, Kirito immediately stormed out to Mordecai's temple, planted his sword in the ground, and swore that he would spend every waking hour of his time opposing whatever evil schemes Mordecai plans to inflict upon the pantheon in the name of Sachi. Mordecai, having hailed from a decade where the concept of video games didn't even exist, had absolutely no idea what Kirito was even talking about.
  • Kirito can often be seen heading into the Gates of Hell to buy weapons from Rodin. While some believe that Kirito frequents the bar because Rodin reminds him of his friend Tiffany, the truth is that Kirito frequents the bar because unlike Tiffany, Rodin won't try to sell him broken equipment. It has gotten to the point where Kirito has dubbed Rodin as "the cooler Tiffany".
    • Rodin, for the most part, doesn't seem to mind Kirito. Asuna, however...
    Asuna: Heeey, R-dawg. What is up in dis... hizouse?
  • Kirito would be lying if he said he wasn't at least mildly interested when he heard that there was another deity within the pantheon that takes after their abridged characterization more than their actual canon characterization. His interest quickly transformed into a fusion of disappointment and horror when he realized that the deity happened to be the exceedingly stupid Nappa, whose childish antics proved to be too much for Kirito to handle:
    Kirito: [Groans slightly while blood trickles down their nose]
    Nappa: You ok Kirito?
    Kirito: Yes, just... just an aneurysm out of sheer stupidity.
    Nappa: Wow... didn't think you were that stupid Kirito.
    Kirito: [Screams]
  • During a stroll in the Pantheon, Kirito ended up encountering The Narrator, who tried to guide Kirito like he does with Stanley and others. The results were predictable:
    Narrator: Kirito was trapped in a game of life or death, where the participant either lived or died.
    Kirito: Oh, WOW. What brilliant insight. It's so deep it loops right back around to being stupid.
    Narrator: Kirito ranted at nothing in particular before it slowly dawned on him how alone he truly was.
    Kirito: Wait, what was that?
    Narrator: Kirito asked the sky, like a preacher to his silent gods.
    Kirito: What gods? What are you talking about?! It's all bullshit metaphors with you.
    Narrator: Kirito was fat and ugly, and really really stupid. He probably only got his position in the Pantheon through some sort of family connection, that's how stupid he is. That, or with drug money. Also, Kirito is addicted to drugs and hookers.
    Kirito: Narrator off.
    Kirito: Dick.

PlasmagicaMembers , Goddesses of Anime Adaptations of Video Games
From left to right: Chuchu, Cyan, Moa, Rotoree

    Yondu Udonta 
Yondu Udonta, God Of Being a Lot Different in the Adaptation (Cap, Old Man, Drama Queen, Blue Doofus, Mary Poppins, David Hasselhoff)
Original Yondu 

Zilla, Avatar of Extremely Loose Adaptations (Godzilla, American Godzilla, Godzilla In Name Only, G.I.N.O., Trizilla, Tuna-Head, Cyber-Godzilla, Cyber-Zilla)
  • Theme Song: "Come With Me" by Puff Daddy and Jimmy Page
  • Lesser Deity (Intermediate Deity as Cyber-Zilla)
  • Symbol: A sihoulette of itself
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (Lawful Evil as Cyber-Zilla)
  • Portfolio: Fragile Speedster, Capable of Making Many Offspring, Monster Is a Mommy
  • Domains: Iguanas, Distinction
  • High Priests: Aki Ross & Dr. Sid
  • Followers: G-Crew, Jonathan Hunter
  • Rivals: Godzilla, King Kong, Indominus Rex
  • Enemies: Lucas, Monster Hunters, Hunter J, Any deity associated with militaries
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Siskel & Ebert
  • Source of Interest for: Evil members of Grand United Alliance of Machines, Hircine, Zonda & The Seven
  • A nuclear test off a distant island results in a reptilian nest being exposed to high levels of radiation and one of these creatures growing to an enormous size and unleashing plenty of destruction in its wake. This creature is...not Godzilla, but rather a giant iguana known as just Zilla; certain military personnel believed that Americans confused this creature for the real Godzilla when it initially attacked their shores. It is known to have a preference towards eating fish and tried to lay a lot of eggs in New York that would hatch into a lot of monsters later on. It's surprisingly agile and has some degree of intelligence for a creature of its size despite lacking most of what the real Godzilla has.
    • Sometime after its death, it ended up being rebuilt as a cyborg weapon by aliens and ended up fighting against its sole offspring after Zilla Jr. broke free of the aliens' control. This cybernetic form has plenty of upgrades that regular Zilla doesn't have such as a reflector and heat-ray.
  • Another night in the Pantheon would bring yet another unforeseen threat into the place. This time, it was another giant monster that some deities originally thought was Godzilla, but didn't really look like the real thing and was more of giant mutated iguana. That didn't stop select deities from coming in to stop whatever rampage the monster was causing. It took a bit of time, but Zilla ended up being subdued by multiple missiles and sent to a contained spot in the Pantheon before it could recover. The eggs had to be taken care of as well after some deities found them, believing that if something hatched from them, then dealing with Zilla again could be worse.
  • It ended up getting into a fight against the real Godzilla as a result of being used by a group of aliens hell-bent on dominating Earth (those specific aliens are not related to the ones that created Cyber-Zilla). That particular battle did not end well for Zilla to put it mildly. A later fight that happened between them under different circumstances did have Zilla fare better than it did under the aliens' control, but within the Pantheon, fights between Godzilla and Zilla don't happen too often.
  • Zilla stumbled onto Skull Island at one point, getting itself into a violent encounter with King Kong. Zilla resembled some of the giant monsters that King Kong fought against back on his island and the giant ape did fight against Godzilla in the past. It also didn't help much that both King Kong and Zilla have gone on different rampages through New York. Their fight got violent enough that some deities had to be called in to stop it and send Zilla back before the damage done to Skull Island became drastic.
  • During its rampage, Zilla ended up attacking someone named Mayor Ebert and an assistant called Gene. The real Siskel & Ebert did not enjoy Zilla's rampage then (even finding the perceived jab at them to be not that effective) and even in the Pantheon, the two still find the mutated oversized iguana to be very ridiculous. Even if by some weird circumstance Zilla ends up meeting the two, it couldn't care less about them at all.
  • Both it and Indominus Rex are genetically altered lizards who became who they were as a result of different circumstances. Given Indominus' bloodthirsty nature, it's a fairly common occurrence for her and Zilla to get into fights. Things get a bit deadlier whenever Zilla's eggs and offspring are involved and there have been a few instances of Indominus fighting against Cyber-Zilla, with a lot more damage done to their surroundings in these circumstances.
  • As someone who has experience in going after strange and unusual creatures, Hunter J saw Zilla as yet another target to go after. She initially thought that this creature was related to the real Godzilla, but was quickly told otherwise. Compared to Godzilla himself, Zilla is a bit of an easier target for Hunter J, but she's still going to need a fair amount of effort in order to have a chance of capturing it. Cyber-Zilla will more than likely end up being a bigger challenge for her should Hunter J encounter it.
  • The Monster Hunters are among those who are willing to keep Zilla and her offspring in check should it go on another rampage. Given the good amount of hunters present in that group and their overall skill level, their fights against Zilla haven't been too difficult. Cyber-Zilla on the other hand has proven to be more of a challenge for the group overall. Some of the more experienced Monster Hunters will step in to stop Cyber-Zilla's rampage, but due to the big weapon and technological gap present between them and Cyber-Zilla, they're likely going to need some outside help in bringing it down.
  • Zilla's eggs and potential offspring have caught the attention of Hircine, seeing them as potential new game for the hunts that he arranges. He's even interested in gifting his offspring lycanthropy similar to what he tried to do with the weredeadroth and is also hoping that these offspring won't suffer an embarrassing death comparable to the weredaedroth killing itself while trying to rake a songbird.
  • Lucas is very terrified of this creature, especially when it comes to Cyber-Zilla, which has some level of resemblance to the Mecha-Drago that killed his mother. To make things even nastier for him, Zilla is considered to be a mother due to its ability to create a lot of offspring. Unlike the Drago creatures (that the Mecha-Drago was part of) which are generally friendly, Zilla can get pretty destructive and its behavior is even worse as Cyber-Zilla.
  • On its own, Zilla is generally seen as a quick creature that can go down easily with enough hard hits to it. Cyber-Zilla on the other hand is seen as a more dangerous problem due to it posessing more power than what the regular Zilla has. Some evil members of the GUAM have expressed interest in capturing Zilla and turning it into a Cyber-Zilla that they can use. Given the kinds of weaponry that the GUAM has, there's a possibility that their version of Cyber-Zilla might be even more dangerous than before.
  • While looking for more allies in their fight against humanity, Zonda and The Seven learned about Cyber-Zilla and saw some use for it in their future plans. When they managed to get ahold of Zilla at one point, Asroc used his powers over machinery after converting it into their own version of Cyber-Zilla to control. There have been a few instances of Cyber-Zilla being uncontrollable that prompted Desna to use her hair powers to force the kaiju to stand still and have Teseo digitize the mechanical parts to put Cyber-Zilla back in control. Even then, the creatue ends up breaking free of their control more often than not as a result of it fighting against other deities, prompting the group to think of additional ways to ensure better control of Cyber-Zilla.
  • Even if some have mistakenly referred to it as "Godzilla", this technically isn't the Godzilla (and generally isn't referred to as such anyways) due to certain factors. Since it's still a giant monster, deities who see it should still run like it's the actual Godzilla even though it technically isn't.


    Dr. Kawashima 
Dr. Ryuta Kawashima, God of Works Based on Advice Books
Kawashima in Real Life
Kawashima's virtual avatar 
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His virtual head
  • Theme Music: Brain Age Menu
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Edutainment Game, Specs of Awesome, Having a Virtual Talking Head of Himself
  • Domains: Neuroscience, Edutainment
  • Opposes: Baldi, Dr. Zomboss
  • Intrigued towards: Alakazam
  • Frustrated at: Billy
  • Dr. Kawashima is a reknowned neuroscientist and expert in brain imaging, with mapping regions of the brain to various faculties such as memorization and cognition being a notable research topic of his. He authored a successful book known as Train Your Brain: 60 Days to a Better Brain and wrote a follow-up book later. When it comes to video games, Kawashima (or rather, a virtual head of him) appears in Brain Age, a game series inspired by the aforementioned book where in addition to a variety of puzzles related to math, puzzles, and concentration, the games also measure how well someone's brain is doing via "Brain Age".
  • As a person, he actually isn't seen in the Pantheon that much. Rather, his virtual avatar is what's more often seen by others. The real Kawashima is still busy with his research (the House of Knowledge is where he tends to do his studies in addition to his normal temple) whilst the virtual avatar goes around helping others improve their brain with training exercises whenever they need it.
    • Some of these training exercises involve Kawashima's virtual avatar taking on a decidedly more devilish look. It has more to do with these concentration exercises being generally harder than normal than anything serious, though some find it a little surprising at first.
  • One of the weirder things that Kawashima's virtual avatar has done was showing up as an Assist Trophy during various fights between Nintendo characters. He doesn't really attack others; rather, a bunch of numbers show up and whoever summoned him will be able to use them to create larger numbers. Numbers higher than 10 will explode and if it's exactly 10, then a more potent explosion will occur. This led some to wondering if incorporating Kawashima's other brain exercises with more strenuous activity is possible.
    • Arguably stranger than that is a specially designed Mario course named after Kawashima and even a special mushroom that lets Mario take on Kawashima's virtual avatar's appearance. Some who enjoy designing levels for Mario to go through have used that special mushroom for some courses, though Kawashima's virtual avatar hasn't had much, if any, say on these course aside from the initial one.
  • Being in the Pantheon meant that Kawashima's work was only going to get weirder and more complicated due to what's present there, mostly different people whose intelligence varies wildly between them. And then there's the fantastical species, many of which are more likely than not to have differing brains from regular humans.
    • Trying to work with Billy has actually proven to be very frustrating. It's one thing to have his negative intelligence befuddle Kawashima, but his overall stupidity has made it very hard for Kawashima to understand what is even going on inside that kid's brain. Even trying to get Billy's IQ up by just a few points has been challenging to put it mildly.
    • Alakazam has been something that Kawashima has been trying to understand for a while given it's extreme intelligence. Not only that, it's an entire species and not just a regular being, meaning that Kawashima has a lot to figure out when it comes to what their neurological functions are like and if there's a thing or two holding it back.
  • Studying brain activity is important for Kawashima, but his job in the Pantheon led to a few unexpected and weird obstacles with it. Dr. Zomboss has been a major inconvenience for Kawashima, especially given the zombie's habit of trying to get his army to eat living brains. This isn't even getting into the fact that Zomboss' brain looks abnormal compared to what Kawashima has been used to.
  • Having been a university professor before at the university where he was a student at prior, Kawashima saw the Pantheon's School to be a great opportunity to place his works there. Not only does he function as a part-time professor for the older students that attend, he also has his books and Brain Age games there as well for those looking to improve their IQ. He is a bit weirded out at some of the more eccentric students and teachers and kind of upset at hearing about some of the crueler teachers and students that go there though.
    • One teacher who particularly earned Kawashima's ire was Baldi. Mercilessly punishing someone over an incorrect answer is something the neuroscientist finds completely unacceptable, and this isn't even getting into the fact that the notebooks Baldi hands out contain what's practically an unsolvable problem due to it looking very messed up.
  • The Brain Age games aren't the only edutainment games that Kawashima has had a hand in; a mobile game as well as a game involving mild physical exercise to answer questions also featured him. That said, the virtual avatars in them are not the same as the ones from Brain Age and haven't been used as much in the Pantheon overall.

    Nathan Algren 
Nathan Algren, God of Fictionalized Telling of Real-Life Stories (Algren)
  • Rank: Demigod
  • Symbol: The kanji (Japanese writing) for Samurai.
  • Theme: "A Way Of Life."
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Bookworm, Combat Pragmatist, The Determinator, skilled in western war tactics, Was Captain in the 7th Cavalry which he regrets immensely, Doesn't like to be reminded of the Indian Wars, Was an alcoholic until Taka forced him into sobriety, Goes into battle without a helmet, Not Afraid to Die, Learns and embraces the Samurai way of life, Cares for and protects Taka's children, Attracted to Taka during his captivity, Chooses to fight with the Samurai to atone for his actions in America, Likes to throw his Katana in battle, Story very loosely inspired by the Boshin War and Satsuma Rebellion
  • Domain: Samurai, Honor, Traditionalism, Reconciliation
  • Herald: Taka
  • Allies: William Adams, Kenshi Takahashi, Himura Kenshin, Sunny, Samurai Jack, Flynn, Isabeau, Sanjuro Kuwabatake, Shizuku Tsukishima
  • Respects: Leonidas I, Chen Stormstout, Captain Haddock
  • Enemies: Governor Ratcliffe, Colonel Quaritch, Apollyon, Gregor Clegane, Masataka Shima, Banzai Chargers, Adam Taurus, Mori Motonari, "Demonic" Oda Nobunaga
  • Conflicting Opinion: John Basilone, The Marine Squads,note  Cole Phelps,
  • Complicated Relationship: Oda Nobunaga note , Pocahontas, Nightwolf
  • Avoids: The House of Alcoholnote 
  • It was the turn of the 20th century, and Japan was changing. After two hundred-and-twenty years in isolation, the island nation opened its doors - albeit by force - to the outside world. Thus began the Meiji Restoration, which saw the rapid modernization and expansion of Japan, in order to keep up with the already advanced western nations. Experts from all over were brought in to advise and build upon various aspects of Japanese society, including agriculture, industry, and military. This is where Nathan Algren, a Civil War and Indian War veteran, comes in. Skilled in western warfare and something of a combat pragmatist, Nathan was tasked with training the fledgling Japanese military... and it couldn't have been at a worse time. A samurai rebellion was underway, their leader Katsumoto, the Emperor's teacher, leading the charge. Their first encounter on the battlefield... didn't end well. For the military, that is. Nathan though held on, even killing a red-clad samurai in a broken flagpole. This surprised Katsumoto, and so Nathan was brought back to the samurai leader's village for the winter. There, the American soldier began to learn and appreciate the samurai way of life, came to terms with his own terrible past, and later joining the samurai forces in one last battle against the technologically superior military. Both he and Katsumoto were surrounded, and it was then that the last samurai, Nathan's enemy turned friend, asked to aid him in harakiri (Seppuku). Later on, Nathan returned his comrade's sword to the Emperor, reminding him of the importance of Japan's own traditions and cultures, before returning to the village to live out his life in peace.
    • Not long after returning to the village, one of his adopted sons went missing, resulting in Nathan having to leave and go find him. His investigation led to him encountering another man... a white-skinned man in samurai armour and brandishing a katana. The two shared a few words between each other, with the stranger, who turned out to be the famous samurai William Adams, explaining he had seen a young boy captured by warriors loyal to one named Adam Taurus. before Nathan could ask for more information, the pair found themselves surrounded by warriors loyal to Taurus and the White Fang. The White Fang had the two outnumbered. Unfortunately, they had also brought Nathan's son with them. It was more than enough to set Algren off. The pair quickly put down the thugs and rescued the young boy, getting him back to their homeworld in the process. Afterwards, William decided to put in a good word for Nathan, allowing him a spot in the Pantheon and a temple as well. For his part, Nathan thanked the first Western Samurai for the help and has kept in contact with him since ascending.
  • At first, Nathan was confused as to the meaning of his divine position. He did a little research in the House of Knowledge and came upon a startling discovery. The events that transpired in his homeworld were in truth, based on two separate events in Japanese history. First was the Boshin War, a revolutionary war/coup which saw the toppling of the Tokugawa Shogunate and 'restoration' of the Meiji Emperor as the head of the country. The second, smaller conflict was the Satsuma Rebellion, a revolt of disaffected samurai against the imperial government, nine years into the Meiji Era. Nathan himself was based upon French army officer Jules Brunet, who fought alongside the Shogun's forces during the Boshin War, and Frederick Townsend Ward, an American sailor and mercenary who aided in the Westernization of the Chinese army via the Ever Victorious Army. Nathan was admittedly surprised, if still a little confused, by this revelation but he's come to accept it.
  • But Nathan didn't come to the Pantheon alone. Joining him as his Herald is Taka, Katsumoto's sister... and the widowed wife of the red samurai Nathan had killed on the battlefield. Suffice to say, things were awkward at first. They did, however, develop feelings for each other and eventually, Nathan and Taka chose to continue their relationship further after the conflict was over. Taka was initially skeptical about the Pantheon and its inhabitants, especially after her son's abduction. But over time she has become more and more accustomed to the place... so long as no ninjas burst into their temple.
  • It didn't take long for Nathan to become acquainted with the Pantheon other samurai, some even more skilled in their craft than he was. Besides William Adams, there is the blind swordsman Kenshi Takahashi, the young pacifistic Kenshin Himura, the wanderers Sunny and Jack. They're his closest allies and training companions, oftentimes coming to the village to spend time sparring and enjoying an idyllic existence away from the Pantheon's chaos.
    • That being said, it took Nathan a while to befriend a couple of other Pantheonic samurai, most notably the trickster Sanjuro Kuwabatake, and the demon tamers Flynn and Isabeau. They were hesitant towards him, considering him a soldier wanting to play dress up. But eventually, they warmed up enough to speak with Algren, with Sanjuro even coming to his homeworld to train.
  • Back in his homeworld, Nathan kept a journal with him, writing about his experiences and the people he met in different parts of the world, not to mention chronicling his time in captivity. He had given it away to British interpreter Simon Graham to help him with writing a book about the Samurai. So it came as an incredible surprise that the journal was found in the Pantheon's Infinite Library, by a young inspiring writer named Shizuku Tsukishima. She has shown interest in Nathan's travels, even the gritty details, and wishes to incorporate it into her own stories. Nathan admittedly found her interest a bit surprising but he did offer to help as a "historical consultant."
  • Though he participated in the American Indian Wars, serving as Captain in the 7th Cavalry Regiment, Nathan takes no pride in it. After all, he was against the slaughtering of men, women and children at Wounded Knee, which left him in a bitter, alcoholic state for a significant period of time. The Pantheon's Native American deities, Pocahontas and Nightwolf, in particular, weren't too keen upon learning that little detail. The first few interactions Nathan had with the pair only ended with silent glares, mostly from Pocahontas. Eventually, though, Nightwolf brought the two together and they sat down, allowing Nathan to explain his past actions, how it traumatized him and how his time with Taka helped him confront his demons and move on, choosing to help Katsumoto to further atone for his actions. Both Nightwolf and Pocahontas understood and accepted his reasoning, and while still not friends, all three still remain on good terms.
    • On a side note, Nathan has openly expressed his disdain for Governor Ratcliffe and Colonel Quaritch, noting their disrespect and willingness to eliminate the native peoples in their homeworlds. Ratcliffe especially made Nathan think of his old commanding officer, Colonel Bagley.
  • Given his experiences both in America and Japan, Nathan isn't particularly fond of the Pantheon's Forever War and would rather stay out of it. Yet, he's often forced out of retirement by the GUAG for tips, advice and training, due to his reputation as an expert marksman, skilled swordsman, an excellent tactician who is well versed in western, native, and eastern warfare, and can fight with pretty much any weapon he can get his hands on. But his desire for a peaceful life usually means his time within the Alliance is short-lived. He has made a few enemies who are all about warfare. The Blackstone warlord, Apollyon, who has a history of killing samurai in her homeworld, sees Algren as another adversary to add to the corpse pile. The same applies to the Westerosi born Ser Gregor Clegane, who has fought against the samurai several times and nearly killed him on several occasions.
  • Speaking of his tactical experience, Nathan has been known to criticize General Custer, calling him an arrogant idiot whose terrible tactics got his entire battalion slaughtered. As a result, Nathan has compared these tactics to what he has seen from Mori Motonari, who treats his soldiers like trash and cares for no one but his own personal glory, even if it meant the deaths of his own men. Motonari attempted to call out the white samurai, citing his own Last Stand and how he survived while all the samurai he fought alongside died in a futile attempt to save their culture. All that did was cause Nathan to throw those words back, explaining that Katsumoto's samurai went in knowing they would die, and they died with their honour intact, unlike Motonari's followers. Understandably, they've been enemies ever since.
    • Surprisingly, king Leonidas and his 300 soldiers faced a similar Last Stand situation at Thermopylae, facing off against the might of the Persian army and ultimately paying the price with their lives. It was a moment in history that Algren has read about and is well versed in, which made it even more surprising when Leonidas came to the village to speak with the samurai, praising him for his courage on the battlefield. The two have sat and spoken about their respective histories and while Leonidas is a little disappointed by Nathan's lack of interest in warfare, he respects his wish to be left in peace.
  • In his time learning about Japanese history, Nathan took an interest in the warlord Oda Nobunaga, and was surprised to learn he existed in the Pantheon as well. But when he got the chance to meet Nobunaga, there seemed to be a major complication. Turns out there are two incarnations of the warlord. One, a demon king hellbent on slaughtering every person in his path to achieve absolute rule. The other, the original unifier who led Japan out of a century of civil war. As expected, Nathan immediately became an enemy to the Demon King, and while he has a healthy respect for the original, he still stays away from him due to his interests in western weapons.
  • Nathan's opinions of Japan in the centuries following his time have been, to put it bluntly, complicated. Initially, he was surprised by the country's rapid rise to imperial status, before quickly turning to horror when he discovered the atrocities that were committed by the Imperial Japanese military. Commander Masataka Shima considers Algren a "foreign spy" and has sanctioned the Banzai chargers to dispose of him should they meet on the field of battle...
  • On the flip side, the Pantheon's WWII American soldiers aren't too fond of Nathan, viewing him as a "Turncoat" for siding with the Japs. Sgt. John Basilone, and the Pantheon's two Marine Squads, have orders to detain Algren and bring him back to their home time periods should the opportunity arise... and to make sure he doesn't fall into enemy hands, forcing them all to work together to deal with any Banzai chargers looking to kill them. Nathan doesn't blame them for their animosity towards him but feels they're fighting for the wrong cause.
    • In fact, the only marine Nathan can have a decent conversation with is LAPD detective Cole Phelps. The two have had talks about their times at war, their shared interests in culture and their respect for Japanese culture. But that's where the decency ends. Nathan knows full well of Phelps' incompetence as a marine, comparing him to Custer - just like Jack Kelso once did - and didn't approve of him burning of a civilian hospital and affair with Elsa Lichtmann. Phelps took it all in and didn't once try to fight back, and after that, the two keep to themselves.
  • After a much needed sobering up thanks to Taka, Nathan isn't quite fond of alcoholic beverages. It's for best, as his constant drinking was another reminder of his traumatic past. As a result, he avoids the House of Alcohol, despite its inhabitants occasionally offering drinks. Nathan doesn't care much for the Gods in the house, save for two individuals. Chen Stormstout, due to his strong sense of honour, and Captain Haddock, who reminded Nathan of his deceased comrade Zebulon Gant. Nathan doesn't drink with him but it's always fun to chat with fellow like-minded individuals.
  • Out of respect for Katsumoto, Nathan is quick to correct people who honestly mistake him as "The Last Samurai". However, if people call him Last Samurai in a mocking fashion, they will be met with a katana aimed at their throat, followed by some choice words.

    Sherlock Hound 
Sherlock Hound, God of Anthropomorphic Animal Adaptations (Hound)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His hat
  • Theme Music: Sherlock Hound English Opening Theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Anthropomorphic Animal Adaptation, Detective Animal, Funny Animal, Sherlock Homage
  • Domains: Detectives, Dogs
  • Heralds: His universe’s versions of Watson and Mrs. Hudson
  • Allies: Most detectives (especially Sherlock Holmes, John Watson, Basil & Dawson, Detective Pikachu, Hershel Layton, The Mystery Gang, and Conan Edogawa), Jake the Dog, Snoopy, Nintendogs, Judy Hopps & Nick Wilde
  • Enemies: James Moriarity, Cruella de Vil, Ratigan, Dick Dastardly & Muttley, Team Rocket, Napoleon
  • Sherlock Holmes is one of the most notable literary works that’s been conceived, so it’s bound to have numerous different adaptations, ranging from the faithful, to the more action-oriented, to the comedic. One such version of the story featured an all-canine cast and the eponymous character was named Sherlock Hound. Together with his trusty sidekick, Sherlock Hound foiled the numerous dastardly deeds carried out by the wolf Moriarity and his goons. While Sherlock Hound does have intellect at his disposal, he often got into action-packed chases trying to stop the criminals.
  • As is to be expected of events in the Pantheon, some criminals managed to break into a high-end department store and steal all the valuables there. While the criminals were identified, there were concerns about where they were hiding and someone decided to ask a detective for help in finding those crooks. They ended up getting a dog who claimed to be Sherlock Holmes and despite some doubts, the worried people accepted his help. He was able to pinpoint where the criminals were hiding and ended up having to pursue them when the crooks were trying to make their getaway. With his smarts, the dog was able to get these criminals to surrender to the police and he was welcomed to the Pantheon after that adventure.
  • Compared to the real Sherlock Holmes, Hound (as he is referred to in the Pantheon to avoid confusion with Mr. Holmes) is a nicer man and is more inclined to take up any case that heads his way. Even so, Hound does hold his inspiration in high regard in terms of solving mysteries. Mr. Holmes did tell Hound to be careful as the Pantheon has a much more varied selection of criminals and that much more than missing items are at stake depending on what he’s up against, alongside the fact that the Moriarity in the Pantheon is much more cunning than the criminal Hound was familiar with.
    • Not only did he learn of the dangers of the Pantheon, but Hound learned of some of the stranger instances of Holmes’ career as told by the detective himself as part of getting the dog acquainted with the eccentricities of the Pantheon, including a time where Tom and Jerry worked with him on one case. Hound ended up having Tom and Jerry as partners for a day, which happened during a daunting case. Even with the cat and mouse’s normal mayhem in the Pantheon’s relaxing moments, Hound was surprised that the two were able to work together pretty well during that time much like their time with Mr. Holmes.
  • Of the numerous detectives in the Pantheon, Hound has plenty of kinship with Basil and Dawson given that they’re also animal detectives and are based on Sherlock Holmes. Basil and Dawson were in the middle of solving a case when they encountered a dog who was investigating something. Hound was friendly with them and showed them the evidence he found, which lined up with what Basil and Dawson were looking for. Hound worked with Basil and Dawson for the remainder of that case and once the pieces were put together, they discovered that Ratigan, Basil’s arch-enemy and the rat version of Moriarity, was responsible for the crime. After finding Ratigan, a chase ensued with Hound, Basil, and Dawson on an old-fashioned airplane pursuing Ratigan’s makeshift blimp. Things proved tense, but ultimately, Basil caught up with Ratigan, grounded the blimp, and got him arrested once more. Basil and Dawson saw Hound as an effective ally that they can work with since then, with Detective Pikachu also willing to join this team of animal detectives. The Pok´emon's moves have proven useful for Hound in solving cases and stopping criminals.
  • Hound ultimately found himself in the company of other sleuths in the Pantheon beyond the real Holmes and his mouse equivalent. While some of these sleuths aren’t on the same level of professionalism overall, Hound was willing to meet up with others in his field. He learned about the pseudo-supernatural exploits of Mystery Incorporated and how many of the criminals they catch get creative in their plans. Hershel Layton found it a bit odd to learn of a dog detective, but was more than welcome to Hound's help, with the dog being fascinated by the numerous puzzles Layton had to solve in order to close a case. One rather awkward moment for Hound happened when he encountered Conan Edogawa, a Sherlock Holmes fanboy. Seeing a dog dress up like Sherlock and have some characteristics of him, Conan assumed that Hound was a Sherlock Holmes fan, though he simply stated that he was someone who was very similar to Mr. Holmes in terms of how he gets things done. Nevertheless, Conan was thrilled to have met someone who owed much of their career to Mr. Holmes.
  • The police that Hound was used to often had to pick up his slack in order to find the criminals. In contrast, the Pantheon had a much more varied selection of police officers that are fairly competent in going after whatever crime they’re looking for, though Hound was a bit disappointed at learning about some morally corrupt officers within the Pantheon and simply saw them as “officers not doing their job”. The officers that Hound has taken a liking to were Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde. The two heard about Hound from Basil and Dawson and were eager to have the help of another capable animal detective that can help in snuffing out known criminals that the police are having trouble finding.
  • Snoopy has been someone who admired Sherlock Hound for being a canine based on a literary icon. Snoopy has often followed Hound’s adventures and has looked to them for inspiration for some detective stories he’s attempting to write. Some deities found Snoopy’s attempts at writing mystery novels to be a bit questionable and Hound ended up reading some of Snoopy’s manuscripts when the latter paid Hound a visit. Hound finds these incomplete manuscripts to be a bit amusing, though notes that there’s a lot to improve on and has given Snoopy some advice on how to make the stories more engaging whenever they meet directly.
  • Children have sometimes been involved with Hound’s cases and much of this also applies to the Pantheon. He’s proven to be good with kids as a result of those experiences. One time, he encountered Finn and Jake while looking for a criminal’s hideout, with the two eager to work with the dog detective for an adventure. They ended up working with Hound in thwarting the criminal’s escape and returning the items to their rightful owner. Hound found Finn to be an excitable fellow and has found Jake and his shapeshifting powers to be unusual. It hasn’t stopped Hound from being friends with them, with Jake interested in taking up the role of a shapeshifting detective for another adventure at a later point in time.
  • As with many other canines in the Pantheon, Hound has nothing but disdain towards Cruella De Vil over her attempts at getting a fur coat made out of dogs, especially dalmatian puppies. He ended up getting involved in a case that led to her mansion after receiving a tip related to some Nintendogs that haven’t returned to their kennel after a week. After successfully finding the Nintendogs and bringing them to his car, he found himself chased by a deranged Cruella, who was furious that there was another dog that opposed her. Hound was able to lose her after tricking her into crashing her car into a lake and returned the Nintendogs back to their kennel. While Hound has accepted his role in making sure the Nintendogs are safe, Cruella has grown vengeful towards Hound over the fact that there’s another canine that’s not a dalmatian that’s regularly thwarting her schemes.
  • One devious duo that Hound has ended up confronting a few times was Dick Dastardly and his sidekick Muttley. The two have often cheated in races, but they have sometimes made attempts to use their Mean Machine or airplane for more ambitious ends (which amounts to them stealing riches from somewhere). Hound has used his own vehicles for pursuing them, with the two often captured after attempting to cheat their way to freedom and even if the two didn’t cheat, Hound is smart enough to find some way to block their escape.
  • In terms of schemes and dynamics, the Moriarity that Hound has clashed with seems to be more comparable to the Team Rocket trio than the wolf’s own namesake. After Jesse, James, and their Meowth went into hiding after stealing some valuables to be given to their boss, Hound was on the case and gave chase to the trio after being driven out of their hideout. Thanks to Hound, the trio was blasting off again and their stolen items were returned to their original owners. However, it wasn’t the last time Hound heard of Team Rocket in the Pantheon as he was told Jesse, James, and their Meowth were just members of a larger crime syndicate whose leader is no laughing matter. Hound has kept that information in mind should another crime related to them head his way.
  • Napoleon has a special disdain towards Hound as the latter’s intuition could prove troubling for the pig’s power-grabs. Hound being able to deduce who was responsible for a certain crime and trace it back to the criminal’s hideout has made the pig double down on covering his tracks in making sure his tyrannical rule goes unopposed. Hound, learning of how Napoleon managed to corrupt some puppies into working for him among other nefarious deeds, has done what he can to thwart Napoleon’s plans should someone notify him of the pig moving forward with his goals.

Wishbone, God of Allegory Adventures and Kid-Friendly Adaptations (The Little Dog with a Big Imagination)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His face
  • Theme Music: What's the Story, Wishbone?
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Heroic Dog, "Reading Is Cool" Aesop, Whole Plot Reference, Having Adventures take Place in both Real Life and the Setting of a Certain Story he's Reading, Compressed Adaptation (a number of them, in fact)
  • Domains: Dogs, Storytelling, Imagination
  • Heralds: Joe Talbot, David Barnes, and Samantha Kepler
  • Allies: Mr. Rogers, Barney the Dinosaur, Curious George, Sherlock Holmes, Miyuki Hoshizora, Clifford, Jake the Dog, Pluto the Pup, Pongo & Perdita, Hachiko, Krypto the Superdog, William Shakespeare, Romeo & Juliet, Quasimodo, Edmond Dantes, The Time Traveller, Odysseus, Snoopy, Droopy, The Pagemaster, The Storyteller, Jack and Annie
  • Odd Friendship: Faust, Lemony Snicket
  • Enemies: Napoleon, Cruella de Vil
  • Avoids: The Narrator
  • In a rural Texas town, there lives a Jack Russell Terrier known as Wishbone, alongside his three human companions. Whenever something of interest happens, Wishbone is often reminded of such things through various literary classics. His imagination allows him to play out these stories in his head, with the dog playing some sort of role in it, be it a major character or someone with not as much importance. Given the family-friendly nature of these adventures and the fact that they occur within a very short timeframe, the stories that play out in Wishbone's imagination are much shorter than the source material, but the more important parts of the original stories are, for the most part, still intact.
  • After settling down in the Pantheon, Wishbone was very excited to hear that the many literary characters from the works he read were indeed real. The dog even got to play a select few of these characters such as Robin Hood in the former's imagination, something that these particular deities find a bit interesting. Although they had to get used to the fact that their stories would have to be significantly shortened to accommodate Wishbone's adventures, they didn't take much issue to it since the parts that made their original stories important are more or less kept.
    • He was also told that there were many more stories besides the ones he initially read back then, including various other forms of books such as manga. Wishbone took it as an opportunity to read these books whenever possible and is rather interested in those who tell stories for fun.
  • Despite having a lot of thoughts in his mind and the fact that the characters in his interpretations of classic stories are able to talk to him normally, he isn't really a talking animal and some deities initially didn't understand him. A special collar that allowed others to understand him whenever he "speaks" (not actually opening his mouth to talk, but the "speaking" occurs if something's on his mind at the moment) was made and given to him, thus making it easier for him to communicate with others.
  • Being a dog, Wishbone got himself acquainted with others of his kind. In particular, he is very friendly towards other dogs that originally came from books. He likes to hang out with Snoopy frequently due to having an imagination just as good (and maybe more inventive) as Wishbone's. He also got to read some of Snoopy's made-up stories from the beagle's typewriter, though he found them a bit odd to say the least.
    • Through them, he was also told about Napoleon, a noted enemy of dogs (at least, to most of the dogs that are in the Pantheon) due to what the pig did back then. Since the pig was originally from a literary work, Wishbone decided to read up on it and determine just how bad Napoleon really was. Wishbone had every bit of reason to agree with the other dogs after finishing that story.
  • Authors of books weren't the kind of people Wishbone expected to meet given what he goes through whenever he isn't imagining a story featuring himself, but he was willing to take up the offer even if he hadn't got around to reading their books yet. Following visits with J.K. Rowling, Stephen King, and even George R.R. Martin, Wishbone opted to read their stories when possible. The stories they've written are quite long to say the least (and dark in the case of King and R.R. Martin).
    • Of those kinds of people, he initially thought that Lemony Snicket was just another author after reading his books, but he later found out that Snicket was much more than that during a chance encounter. Snicket learned that the dog had plenty of adventures, albeit nowhere near as bleak as what Snicket went through, and that Wishbone is an avid reader. Snicket ultimately has no issue with Wishbone, though he'd prefer that the dog not get involved with things that could prove beyond troublesome.
  • Wishbone was happy to hear that William Shakespeare was present and paid the Bard a visit, especially since the dog covered a handful of Shakespeare's works prior. Shakespeare, on his part, was thankful to have a stable admirer of his stories, even if said admirer was a dog. Wishbone also attends performances of Shakespeare's plays when they happen in the House of Theater.
    • One day, while Shakespeare was doing rehearsal for A Midsummer Night's Dream, Wishbone met up with two children who were playing fairies: those were Jack and Annie of Frog Creek. Wishbone was in awe in that the two not only met Will in the past but they have a treehouse that can literally take them into any book they wish and interact with historical figures. Wishbone also has been willing to discuss about different literary works and was awed at how the treehouse was enchanted by Morgan le Fay. He hopes to join them on one of their missions in the future.
  • He managed to find a sort-of unlikely friend through Miyuki Hoshizora as someone who enjoys stories. Wishbone found it a bit weird that rather than imagining herself as a character in different stories, Hoshizora and her friends ended up in a world that owes a lot to fairy tales and had superpowers to get through whatever conflict was going on there.
  • More than once did Wishbone not only imagine himself as Sherlock Holmes, but had often involved himself in various mysteries. Droopy, who has done part-time work as a detective, is willing to help Wishbone with being a better detective by allowing him to follow Droopy during his detective stints. Most of Wishbone's mysteries outside of the story world aren't really dire, but he's more than appreciative of Droopy's help even if the cases the latter tackles are more ridiculous than what Wishbone is used to. Wishbone being able to find out if someone is up to no good (such as when Cruella de Vil decided to take a bunch of dogs for herself for something she insisted wasn't related to fashion) helps quite a bit.
  • While Wishbone isn't really a storyteller, he made good friends with a couple of other deities who had that role, mainly Barney and another person simply known as The Storyteller. Wishbone likes their tales, especially the ones from the latter. Given that Barney is able to transport others to a storybook world whenever he tells a story, it came as a shock to Wishbone at first when he realized that he was actually in a story and not just imagining it.
    • In addition to Barney, Wishbone is also associated with Mr. Rogers and Curious George, thanks to being associated with edutainment. The dog has also made a few visits with Mr. Rogers whenever the latter has a story planned.
  • As much as he loves a good story, even Wishbone has a bit of an issue with The Narrator. Telling a story about someone's life is one thing, but it's a whole other issue to use that narration as a means to force someone to follow a fixed path to the point of being antagonistic if it doesn't go his way. Even if Wishbone doesn't mind a good tragedy in the books he reads every now and then, he just can't agree with The Narrator's mindset and prefers to stay away from him even if the dog's reaction to things going crazy in certain stories is more confused than anything critical.
  • It's very likely that Wishbone has been reading books since he was a young pup and even picturing himself in whatever it was that he read back then, such as when he read the story of Hansel & Gretel and imagined himself as the former.
  • Whoocha!


    Fritz the Cat 
Fritz the Cat, God of Disowned Adaptations

    George Lucas 
George Walton Lucas Jr., God of Altering One's Own Work (The Maker, The Flannelled One)
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Lucasfilm Ltd. logo
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Auteur License, Occidental Otaku, Determinator, Genre Throwback, Merchandise-Driven, Creator Breakdown, World Building
  • Domains: Creation, Writing, Technology, Merchandising.
  • Heralds:
  • Followers: J. J. Abrams, the new Star Wars fanbase.
  • Underlings: All Star Wars deities, Indiana Jones
  • Best Friends: Steven Spielberg
  • Allies: Flash Gordon
  • Enemies: The old Star Wars fanbase, The South Park boys, Grand Admiral Thrawn (formerly)
  • Arch-Enemy: Mr. Plinkett
  • Ascended after completing the Star Wars saga with the original and prequel trilogies. Not only that, but he also mentored Dave Filoni to take care of the Star Wars mythos, trusted J.J. Abrams and new directors to make the Sequel Trilogy, and finally donated the 4 BILLION dollars he revived from selling the license to Disney for education.
  • "Art is never finished, only abandoned."- Leonardo da Vinci. George's mentality in a nutshell about his work.
  • Hollywood thought that Star Wars was going to be a disaster. So they sold the movie and merchandising rights to him. When the movie became a hit they thought they were making millions, only to remember they gave the rights to Lucas.
    • With the Star Wars brand in his possession, he built his own company to rival Hollywood. Complete with perfect visual and sound technology along with a merchandise empire. George got the last laugh.
  • He also builds the company Lucasarts that made many great point and click adventure games. And many of the great games of that genre from other companies can be traced back to this one.
  • His tendency to re-update his finished work got some bad blood even before he started making the Prequels. Mostly they are only visuals, but some are more divisive.
    • Greedo shooting first, which didn't happen in the original. Making him gain some IQ points for trying to kill Han before he kills him, but lost some marksmanship points for missing him point blank range. And that's just the start.
  • After making the Prequels his fanbase got VERY divisive.
    • At the beginning there are two kinds of Star Wars fans. Those who hate the Prequels and those that do not (which are mostly the ones who were born with them).
    • To make things right George built a new company "Lucasfilm Animation" and hired Dave Filoni to make the TV show called Star Wars: The Clone Wars. The show became so good that fans of the Original trilogy begrudgingly admit that it made the Prequels much better. Some say that the show is what the Prequel movies should have been.
  • Successfully mentored Dave Filoni in the ways of Star Wars. George trusted the franchise on to Dave. Then he sold the rights to Disney, who then made the Star Wars old EU non-canon (made some fans very angry) except the 6 movies and The Clone Wars TV show. He later suggested giving the directing of episode VII to his friend J.J. Abrams, along with bringing all the stars of the Original trilogy back for Episode VII. After that, he left his own company to ascend the Pantheon make Indy projects.
  • In the Pantheon he suggested to up-date the Houses. Knowing his reputation they made a contract that basically said, "Yes. You can update, but after you talk with the representatives of each House and agree with them which works for the House and which doesn't." Lucas has no problem with that (since the Pantheon is not his creation).
  • After a week in the Pantheon he received a present with a note that reads: "When I heard that you ascended I wanted to give you something. Thankfully, I had a relic I found a year ago that will grant the user only one wish. So I hope you like the wish I made for you."
    • When George opened the box he found a puppy. Not just any puppy, but the reincarnated dog he knows and loves. When he picked the pup up Lucas found another note that reads: "From the man who made your friends name here his very own"-Indiana Jones.
  • One day George had a knock on the door. When he opened it, he found none other than Indiana Jones and every Star Wars Character telling him that Grand Admiral Thrawn has made him the #1 person to kill for not protecting him and having Disney make him non-canon, and thus non-existent.
    • So, they all made a treaty. Light and Dark side can fight each other to their heart's content, but the moment Admiral Thrawn makes a move against George Lucas they will protect their creator as allies.
    • In addition, Vader and Luke sent proven soldiers from their ranks to serve as bodyguards for his home. Despite not liking his ultimate fate under George, Palpatine also agreed to share intelligence from the Imperial network keeping an eye on Thrawn.
    • In the middle of all of that George managed to separate Luke, Ahsoka, Obi-wan, Padmé and Vader from the rest of the group so that they could have a moment alone without House and alliance politics breathing down their necks. After all, what kind of creator couldn't give his "kids" some alone time?
    • With the new season of Star Wars Rebels, it has been revealed that Grand Admiral Thrawn has not only been officially restored to the Star Wars canon but has also claimed the spotlight as the main antagonist of Season 3, with all of his characteristics that defined him as an incredibly intelligent and dangerous enemy of the Rebels carefully preserved. Incredibly pleased with this turn of events, Thrawn has decided to abandon his vendetta against Lucas not because he has set aside his grudge, but because his time and intellect would be better utilized on more important matters than enmity with a source that has been rendered meaningless.
  • While Lucas has managed to escape most of his criticism in the Pantheon, Mr. Plinkett is adamant on making sure that he never hears the end of his Prequel reviews. Lucas once tried to kill Plinkett in his sleep, but he survived, much to Lucas' chagrin.

    Walt Disney 
Walter Elias Disney, Divine Protector of Softened Up Adaptations (Walt, Uncle Walt, SCP-2805)
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: The Disney Company logo.
  • Theme Song: "When You Wish Upon a Star" (a shortened version of it serves as theme song to The Walt Disney Company)
  • Alignment: True Neutral, although some people think he is a varying shade of Evil.
  • Portfolio: Softened up adaptations (Trope Namer), Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant (surprisingly), All Animation Is Disney, really likes slapstick, HATES UNION, Dark and Troubled Past, Control Freak, Mickey Mousing (Trope Maker), Mistaken for Racist, Rags to Riches, really likes railroads, unclear job description.
  • Domain: Animation, Cinema, Theme Park
  • Herald: Walt Disney Animation Studios
  • Allies: All characters created by him and his company or been made famous by him, Charlie Chaplin, Alfred Hitchcock, any actors employed by his company, Don Bluth, Stan Lee
  • Rivals: All characters created by Warner Bros. (such as the Looney Tunes) and DreamWorks Animation.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Ed Wood, George Lucas
  • Enemies: Abusive parents, Judge Doom, Grimm
  • Opposes: Marion Crane, Melody, Sam Flynn, Maestro Forte, Cassim
  • Admired by: All characters created by Pixar; all characters that took inspiration from his works; every and all anime characters.
  • The creator of the Disney multimedia empire, the man who gave birth to Mickey Mouse and his cast, pioneer of theme park industry by proving that it can turn in a huge profit, the person who proved that animation can be feature films and are more than paintings and helped influence both Western and Eastern animation in the early 20th century, Walt Disney returned from retirement in the 2000s after a period that was dubbed the Disney Revival. Not wanting to compete with Don Bluth for the temple, Walt accepted his position as the god of Disneyfication that is named after him. While Walt isn't particularly proud of a few movies that helped him to get his title, he is still grateful for the position because he gets to reunite with characters he and his company created ever since.
  • Because of his long years in the cinema world and his vast legacy, Disney has created an enormous amount of characters belong to his studio. All of them had a tearful reunion with Walt when he ascended. After all the dust has settled, the Pantheon witnessed a few characters with… special connections with Disney and his company emerges:
    • Disney deities with deceased or absent parents (which there is a lot) poured in a big crowd in front of his temple to figure out why is that is so frequent in works made by him. He told them about his own Dark and Troubled Past with his own parents, resulting in no dry eyes left in the house and led to a massive depression by Disney characters within a period of several weeks.
    • Was overjoyed that Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, his very first creation that was taken away from him by Charles Mintz, has been returned to the Disney company. After he ascended, Oswald and Mickey engaged in a rivalry for a while to see which one is his favorite until Disney personally asked them to stop because he can't answer that question.
    • Despite being on bad terms with her author P. L. Travers to produce the movie to his vision, Walt is still excited to see Mary Poppins again. With his return and ascension, Mary can finally have an excuse to play her theme song because it was his favorite.
    • Has a personal hatred for sequels and live-action remakes of his animated movies to the point that he disowns any character created by them. This brought Melody to run away in tears after Disney refused to meet and acknowledge her. Fellow sequel protagonist Sam Flynn also mentions having been given bad treatment despite not even being animated.
    • Blacklisted Judge Doom from his temple after Doom showed up in disguise the day Disney ascended in order to kidnap and attempted to kill Walt for "creating" Doom as a Toon actor. The fact that Doom has hatred for his own Toons species and wants to kill them for profit is just the final nail in the coffin for Walt.
    • Was very surprised when characters from Frozen (2013) and The Little Mermaid (1989) appeared in the Pantheon because he had failed to bring those tales to the big screen when he was mortal. While he is a little wary because both finishing products are so different from what he envisioned, Disney still acknowledges the change was necessary for their films to be a success and welcomes them to his temple.
    • Knowing his legendary hatred for sequels, deities from Kingdom Hearts were surprised when Walt doesn't disown them. Walt explained that he's flattered to the fact that a company is such a big fan of his works that they were willing to make a crossover featuring his characters and respected his original vision. Nevertheless, they choose to side with Sam and Melody and acknowledge some of the sequels.
  • Met Stan Lee and George Lucas after hearing the news that their companies have become divisions of his own. Disney got along fine with Stan because of their images as Cool Old Guys, but has a disdain for George Lucas for altering his works significantly after release, something Walt disapproves from his own companies. Disney still respects both men's work and acknowledges that, like Walt himself, both their companies took huge risks that pay off fantastically.
  • He and Hitchcock got along well with each other because both of them share an admiration for each other's talents in film-making. However, Walt refused to acknowledge Marion Crane's existence, calling her movie "disgusting" to the point of refusing to let Hitchcock using his theme park for filming.
  • Because of their shared love for slapstick, their long-time friendship when they were mortals and Disney took inspiration from him, Walt is grateful to see Charlie Chaplin again.
  • He is also incredibly respected by every anime and manga characters ascended to the Pantheon because of his influence on their works through his that allowed the industry to cut cost without sacrificing the emotional impact of their works and the fact that one of their pioneer authors Osamu Tezuka's adoration of Disney to the point that he watched one of Walt's work Bambi more than 80 times.
  • Was annoyed to see Ed Wood because of how terrible his finishing products are and the fact that the bio based on Wood's life distributed by his company didn't turn in a profit. While Walt can't deny that the man has passion for his job, he refused to let Wood touch any of his property.
  • Annoyed when someone asked whether or not Walt's body was placed in a cryostasis chamber under the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Disneyland, Cinderella's Castle at Disney World or Epcot, and is working furiously to debunk it by stating that he was cremated.
  • Can be seen spending a lot of his free time around the House of Travels because of his love for trains.
  • Was at first excited to hear that Grimm ascended to the Pantheon because Walt took them as inspiration for many of his work. He was then severely disappointed when finding out that not only this isn't the Brothers Grimm, but the antithesis of everything his temple represents. This Grimm is also blacklisted from his temple.
  • Do NOT mention the perception that Disney is pro-Nazi or anti-Semitic in his temple. While Walt Disney himself would just peacefully decline the rumor and cite that he did a lot propaganda cartoons for the US during World War II and that two of his favorite collaborators—the Sherman brothers—are Jewish, the same CANNOT be said about his creations, followers, or people who admired and were influenced by him.
    • Also declines Seth MacFarlane's entry to his temple after the latter accused Walt of being pro-Nazi and anti-Semitic and frequently portray him that way in his works.
  • Deities who have encountered people with similar appearance and various exaggerated traits of Walt's personality are unnerved to see the real man ascended in the Pantheon. After clearing some misunderstandings, they were very excited to see the real Walt because a lot of the works they ascended from are influenced by him and his company.
  • Sometimes footage of the time Disney presented an anthology series as a mortal can be seen floating around and circulating within the Pantheon. When asked whether or not he will return now that he is ascended, Walt just laughed and declined with the explanation that he is enjoying managing his own temple and is satisfied enough with the hands that are managing the new series.
  • Was not amused when saw his less than flattering portrayal during a rap battle between Jim Henson and Stan Lee. Reasons were given that Walt thinks the portrayal doesn't say anything about Walt himself personally and is just a mash-up the worst stereotypes of his company, unlike the other participants.
  • Reportedly, the SCP Foundation has his frozen head in one of their sites, and are taking great efforts to keep all things Disney, including Disney himself, away from it.


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