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    Incubators 
The Incubators, Divine Weasel Mascots (Kyubey, QB, Jubey)
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Left: Jubey; Right: Kyubey
  • Greater Divine Beings
  • Symbol: /人 ◕ ‿‿ ◕ 人\
  • Theme Song: Sis Puella Magica!
  • Alignment: True Neutral in their own minds, roundly considered Lawful Evil or Neutral Evil by everyone else, particularly Post-Upheaval
  • Portfolio: Devil Deals, Super-Empowering, Truly Alien Morality, Manipulative Bastards, Weasel Mascots, Batman Gambit, Lack of Empathy, Cat Smiles, Hijacked by Ganon (for Kyubey), Wreaking Suffering For The Sake Of The Universe
  • Domains: Magic, Wishes, Despair, Hope, Emotion, Secrets, Reincarnation
  • Allies: Bernkastel, Nui Harime, Satan, Nagi Homura, Monokuma, Mard Geer Tartaros, Kogane/Kamen Rider Mars, Yuu, Bill Cipher
  • Former Allies: The Anti-Spiral
  • Enemies: The House of Emotion, Homura Akemi, Sayaka Miki, Madoka Kaname, Lord Kroak, Kyoko Sakura, Mami Tomoe, Charlotte, Nagisa Nomoe, Niko Kanna, anyone that hails from Gensoukyou, Kanji Tatsumi, Rika Furude (for Kyubey), The Four Chaos Gods, especially Tzeentch, Guts, Gust, Shu Ouma, Mana Ouma, Ermac, Tracer, the SCP Foundation
  • Evil Counterpart to: Haro, Morgana, Luna, Daxter
  • Special Relationship: Madoka Kaname
  • Opposed by: Shiro Kanzaki (their former High Priest)
  • So far there are two known Incubators, one known as Kyubey (who goes by many names) and one known as Jubey. There are likely more of them - though whether they differ significantly from the ones already known is up for debate, and Jubey is a special case: an incomplete Artificial Incubator created by Kazumi's friends to replace Kyubey.
  • Incubators lack an understanding of emotion, believing it a rare mental illness, and as such have made an enemy of the entire House of Emotion. Kyubey is uninterested in the rivalry, but they keep punching it in the face anyway.
  • Residents of Gensoukyou may bring a chill to Kyubey, if it could show fear. Especially Flandre Scarlet, who seems to think of Kyubey as a doll to play with. Jubey doesn't understand this fear of Kyubey's.
  • Can't be in the same room as Sayaka Miki/Oktavia von Seckendorff because of her habit of impaling them with her swords.
  • Can't be classified as Gods/Goddesses due to the fact that they are not of earth.
  • Kyubey can't understand why, after everything his kind did for them, those humans hate him so much (then again, Kyubey has trouble understanding the very concept of hatred).
  • Kyubey's emotionlessness caught the eye of Discord, who attempted to pull one of his signature discordings on him. Discord first tried to provoke Kyubey, which failed, leaving Kyubey as untroubled as ever. Then he attempted to manually reverse his emotions, which again failed because Kyubey has none. Rather than give up, Discord developed a new spell that forced Kyubey to experience every emotion that exists at once and left him like that until he was rescued by Madoka. Needless to say, this experience has not improved Kyubey's view of human emotion. It DID, however, earn Discord an earnest round of applause from Johan: THAT is how you Mind Rape someone.
    • This last spell left something of a side effect, he is forever connected to Discord first (and maybe only) friend, Fluttershy. In response of discovering this, Fluttershy has made it a mission to subject Kyubey to THE Stare... which couldn't work; the Stare can only work with someone that has some emotion. And Kyubey has none.
  • Kyubey once expressed interest in Mithra's power to manipulate Mantra, but only did so when Asura was outside of the Pantheon. Like everyone else, even he admitted that making Asura angry is a mistake no matter who you are.
  • Has since found out that Tzeentch was the one who was behind the system for contracting Magical Girls and their eventual transformation into witches. Thankfully, Madoka Kaname reworked the system and excised the corruption.
    • Kyubey would like it known that they had no idea that the previous system was powered by such a force as The Warp. Using that to keep entropy at bay would have ended up causing a worse end to the universe than simple heat death, and they are genuinely concerned with the fate of the cosmos.
    • All this considered, everyone was genuinely stunned when Kyubey tried to bring the Witch system back during the events of the "Great Upheaval". When questioned, he revealed a shocking truth: the entire above statement turned out to be patently untrue! The Witch System never ran on the Warp! The entire time, that had been a lie spread by Madoka Kaname, in order to dissuade Kyubey from trying to bring the System back. Unfortunately, the little weasel had learned the truth. Its former ally, Kroak became furious with it, and if not for Homura pulling her own retribution, he would have nuked the little weasel with a "Deliverance of Itza".
  • Their Resurrective Immortality has made them a target for many gods who've had off days and need to blow off steam. Issei Hyodo enjoys using a decidedly lethal variant of "Dress Break" to reduce them to what vaguely resembles pulled pork. After, of course, his best Kenshiro impersonation. Broly frequently enjoys blasting the little weasels to hell, since he'll never run out.
  • Beerus absolutely detests the little creatures; the reason least of which is that they insist on preserving a decaying universe by creating despair and destroying hope, but more importantly that they made his beloved friend Madoka cry. Perhaps worst of all is that no matter how many he vaporizes, there's ALWAYS more of them.
  • Has lately found good company in Satan, who enjoys his deceptive nature and common view of humans as cattle: the two are scheming a two-pronged plan that benefits them both, where Satan gains dominion over the Earth and rules it with an iron fist, while Kyubey convinces the oppressed masses to make contracts and fight back against Satan (efforts that would be doomed to failure) and thus gain tons of energy for the universe. He has since joined up with The Usurper faction.
    • It's for similar reasons that he has good company with Mard Geer, who is pleased to meet another who thinks of humanity as he does and likes the method by which Witches are made. Kyubey, in turn, is impressed with the Mard's utter dedication to his goals and allows nothing to get in the way.
  • They have shown a great fear (or as much fear as they can show) of Mr. Slave, due to an incident where he shoved both of them up his ass. They have since refused to go anywhere near him.
  • Gust is enemies with Kyubey because she hates his methods of business.
  • Their lack of emotion means Nekron can't see them, something they plan to use against him one day.
  • Kyubey used to be great allies with the Anti-Spiral, who also utilizes despair for the greater good until Kyubey decided to find Madoka following her deification. The Anti-Spiral didn't like the idea of bringing back a Hope Bringer from another plane of existence, and declared Kyubey insane for crossing the line.
  • If they were capable of hatred, the one group they would despise more than anything else would undoubtedly be the SCP Foundation. Obviously, the Foundation seeks to thwart their efforts to make contracts, as the creation of magical girls and witches is directly antithetical to the Foundation's goals of maintaining normalcy, but that on its own would be little more than an inconvenience. The reason for their hatred is because the Foundation created entropy.

    MGM Lion 
Leo the Lion, God of Studio-Identifying Symbols (The Bald Lion)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The Stylized Lion, The Marquee, the red drama mask, and the phrase "Ars Gratia Artis"
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Those idents at the start of movies, lion's roar, the roaring became more impressive as the years went on, The Golden Age of Hollywood, shadow of former self
  • Domains: Advertising, Cinema, Lions, Logos
  • Followers: CLG Wiki
  • Heralds: The MGM lions before him, mostly Jackie and Tanner.
  • High Priest: TriStar Pictures Pegasus
  • Allies: Cosmos, Dream of the Endless, House of Theatre and Spectacle and cinema-related deities in general, Aslan, Bugs Bunny
  • Enemies: Onaga
  • Rivals: Walt Disney, Mickey Mouse, Simba, Mufasa
  • Complicated Relations: Don Bluth
  • Opposed by: Eric Cartman
  • MGM. One of the oldest, most important and influential film studios in existence, although it's lost a big chunk of its immediate importance as time went on. Has a really memorable logo, or vanity plate, consisting of a lion roaring. Said lion, known simply as Leo, ascended on the strength of his "church", the Closing Logos Wiki, praying hard enough for it. And because he's one of the few vanity plates who's actually viable as a character.
  • Though it's agreed that he's supposed to be the very personification of Hollywood studio MGM, some deities and theologists go a bit further and believe him to be Irving Thalberg reborn and given immortal status after his untimely death at the age of 37. Whatever the truth, Dream of the Endless respects him as a fellow storyteller deity, and Cosmos because of so many of his films created essential heroes and have brought people joy.
  • His temple is a generic one, except for the entrance, which was sculpted to resemble the film ribbon that surrounds him in the logo. The Ars Gratia Artis motto is carved on the upper part of the ribbon, while the drama mask is painted on the floor right at the entrance. It creeps out some deities to have to walk over the mask to enter Leo's temple.
  • The House of Beasts and Fauna had to investigate whether the claims going around of Leo being a victim of animal abuse were true. Leo spoke for himself; no, he was never strapped to a table to do his thing in the logo. He was simply incited by his trainer and photographed as is.
  • Nostalgic for the Golden Age of Hollywood and the Hays Code, the latter to some deities' alarm. Though it's understandable to some degree because he was far more imposing in those times. His reminiscing often takes the shape of a Rambling Old Man Monologue, which other deities, including his subordinates, roll their eyes at. Despite everything, he's learned a long time ago to accept that times and people just change.
  • Has quite an amount of influence over the House of Theater and tends to be involved with any arts program that's going on in there, especially if it's film-related. He gets a significant say in the organization of film cycles, helping choose themes and selecting films to be shown. Of course a little bit of bias towards his films is inevitable, but then that's why these things are decided in a committee.
  • Has authority over any deity created under him, and to a lesser extent over deities whose tales were spread by him. Most of those deities perceive him as a Benevolent Boss who can take a joke (like how Tom the cat takes his place in the logo sometimes), even if he's a bit out of touch with modern times. Evil deities like HAL 9000 and the Wicked Witch of the West don't like having to obey him, but they don't have much say in the matter. But Leo knows better than to make any of his creations do anything that goes against their nature.
  • He had become estranged from Don Bluth back in the mortal world, on account of creating sequels of questionable quality to some of his tales made under his banner. Now that both are present in the Pantheon, Leo has been trying to apologize and rekindle ties. Bluth refuses, having developed a distaste for the big studios. Mrs. Brisby remains loyal to both of them.
  • Doesn't much care for Walt Disney since they've always had a bit of a feud over The Wizard of Oz. It's gotten especially bad since his successors have made a sequel, a prequel and are in general trying hard to make people associate Oz with the Disney name. Leo would have less of a problem with this if these efforts weren't blatantly using MGM's vision of the work. He regularly reminds Walt that even if he ends up taking possession of Oz in the end, it's still MGM's beloved classic they are building on. His relations with Mickey Mouse (who's pulled Vanity Plate duty as well, sometimes) are coolly civil at best, for related reasons.
    • Leo has also has a rivalry with Disney creations Simba and Mufasa, but it's more a good-natured rivalry; they like to compete to see who has the most impressive roar. Given how unnaturally loud they are, other deities in the vicinity clear away to avoid the risk of becoming deaf. Ironically it's been pointed out by the more animal-savvy deities that their roars all sound like an enhanced tiger's, with a dash of plane engines.
  • Very good friends with Aslan, as Leo has a similar benevolent role towards his subordinates as Aslan to Narnia, besides having similar moral views. Aslan is sort of related to Disney, but that's not a problem since he wasn't created by them.
  • Much of MGM's pre-1986 library is owned by Warner Bros., in the mortal world. In the Pantheon, Leo has full guardianship of MGM's library; this fact has served to assuage some of the bitterness he has over having to rely on others to take care of his creations in the mortal realm, so now he's on pretty good terms with Bugs Bunny, the closest thing to a top WB representative in the Pantheon, and therefore the guardian of MGM's library until Leo ascended; he didn't have a problem with passing on those duties to the lion. After patching things up, Leo has discovered that MGM and WB's close ties now manifest in the ability to summon the Warner shield to defend himself. Many deities find this fascinating and wonder if other logos can be summoned and what their effects would be.
  • Is a target of mockery for Eric Cartman because MGM was founded by Jewish people, so Leo serves as a proxy for Cartman to take out all his antisemitism and create conspiracy theories about how the Jews are taking over the Pantheon. Leo has nothing but contempt for the badly raised, foul-mouthed boy and is offended at his prejudice, not just for himself but because many other studios in his time were founded by Jewish people. The lion has decided that an insignificant kid isn't worth mauling and that it's better to pay no attention to Cartman other than yawn boredly at his rants.
  • He and Onaga are natural antitheses to each other, both being logo gods but of polar opposite alignments. Leo absolutely despises the gratuitous violence and evil that someone like Onaga promotes.

    Segata Sanshiro 
Segata Sanshiro, God of Abusive Advertising (Son of Sega, Defender of the Sega Saturn)
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Intermediate Gods

    Brand X 
Brand XLeaders , Unholy Generic Brand Products (Pusly: Lady X)
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Priscilla Pusly 
Lady X 
General X 
Lieutenant X 
Brand X Lunch Lady 
Mr. Clipboard 

Lesser Gods

    Ash Ketchum 
Ash Ketchum, the Merchandise-Driven God (Satoshi, Pokémon Master, Twerp, "Ashley," "Satoko", "Tom Ato", The Champion of Alola, Riolu's Trainer)
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Ash in Journeys
Ash in the original series 
Ash in the Advanced Generation series 
Ash in the Diamond & Pearl series 
Ash in the Best Wishes series 
Ash in the XY series 
Ash in the Sun and Moon series 
  • Lesser God (Intermediate God when using Aura)
  • Symbol: A PokéBall next to his trademark hat (it varies with each region that he goes to)
  • Theme Songs: Gotta Catch 'Em All, Mezase Pokémon Master, Type Wild (Sun and Moon Ver.), OK!, Advanced Adventure, Boku no Best Friend (shared with Pikachu), High Touch (shared with Dawn), Ikuze! and Instrumental Version (shared with Ash-Greninja). OK! (Orchestra and Guitar Arrangement), Advanced Adventure (Orchestra and Guitar Arrangement), Sinnoh Ash's Theme (when in battle)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, mostly
  • Portfolio: Monster Hunting, Collection, Being A Master, Mass Media, having the ability to use Aura, always being ten years old, Befriending Beings Worthy of Divinity, Absolute Benevolence, Determination, Chastity, Winning the Alola Conference after a 22-year losing streak, The Best Trainer in the World, Has Been Retired from the Series Forever After a Long Time
  • Domains: Destiny, Glory, Spirit, Temptation, Trade, Innocence, Beasts, Traveling
  • Heralds: Ash has an entire lab full of Pokémon back in Kanto he can use in the Pantheon and Pokémon spread out all over the Pokémon world who will come when he needs them to. Human-wise, his mother Delia, Professor Oak, Tracy, Iris, Cilan, Korrina, Clemont, Bonnie, Kiawe, Mallow, Lana, Sophocles, Goh and all other unascended friends he's made.
  • Pokémon Partynote :
    • Kanto: Bulbasaur, Squirtle, Charizard, Kingler, Muk, 30 Tauros, Snorlax, Mimey (his mother's Mr. Mime which he caught and is occasionally loaned back to him), Lapras, Pidgeot, Primeape
    • Johto: Heracross, Bayleef, Quilava, Totodile, Shiny Noctowl, Donphan, Larvitar
    • Hoenn: Swellow, Sceptile, Corphish, Torkoal, Glalie
    • Sinnoh: Staraptor, Torterra, Infernape, Buizel, Gliscor, Gible
    • Unova: (Female) Unfezant, Oshawott, Pignite, Snivy, Scraggy, Leavanny, Palpitoad, Boldore, Krookodile
    • Kalos: Talonflame, Hawlucha, Noivern, Goodra
    • Alola: Rowlet, Dusk Lycanroc, Incineroar, Melmetal, Naganadel, Solgaleo
    • World Coronation Series: Dragonite, (Gigantamax) Gengar, (Mega) Lucario, Sirfetch'd, and Dracovish
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Red, Guzma, Hareta, Kazuya
  • Enemies: Giovanni (his somewhat nemesis), Ghetsis Harmonia, Cyrus, Pokémon Hunter J, Lysandre, Chairman Rose, Melkor, the Goliath, Reynard the Fox, Simon Laurent, Raven Beak
  • Friendly Enemies: Jessie, James and Meowth
  • Ash Ketchum is a boy from Pallet Town, a Pokémon Trainer who wishes to be the best like no one ever was. With his Pokémon partner Pikachu, he travels across the Pokémon world to fight off trainers to become a Pokémon Master.
  • Was challenged by Yugi Muto to a card game for his powers; the duel is still going on. The rest of the Pantheon breathes a sigh of relief at keeping these two busy.
  • Is rather annoyed when Gods prefer the girth of his first rival, Gary Oak, and not his.
    • It was yet another day when Terumi was rambling about his magnificence to the pantheon yet again. Ash, along with Brock and Misty, secretly went to his temple without getting caught to write in posters of what Gary would say to Ash when he was a Jerkass. The Next thing he knew, there posters on Terumi's temple saying "Gary was here; Terumi is a loser." Many deities find this very funny.
  • Seems to have a kindred spirit with Cosmos. It's probably because they have similar voices.
    • Also has cheered up one Carly Nagisa since they too share voices (more specifically, Ash is startled to find her sound similar to both his friend, May and his mom).
    • Ash even made a comment on Aqua and Pyrrha sounding like Dawn, and Riku sounding like Cilan. Not only that, Oda Nobunaga has sounded like either Dawn, Cilan, or Clemont in a few incarnations.
    • This caused some confusion when he met the Alternate Counterparts. Yuya and his counterparts sound like Clemont and Yuzu and her counterparts sound like Dawn (both only in English) and that they also look similar with one another. Yuri couldn't help but troll the boy for quite some time over the confusion. He likes the idea of Action Dueling as it reminds him of many of his female companions and them being Performers/Coordinators (and he's even dabbled in that back at the Sinnoh Region).
      • Ash was interested to see if he could try being an Action Duelist, especially since they remind him of his Serena and her being a performer. He heard that (his) Serena read of a world where the two of them were Action Duelists...except that the world they came from had no qualms in killing and resurrecting people ("repurposed" the terminology was) and that he himself was one of these repurposed souls, not to mention that he was also a proficient master of Aura. But what horrified him the most was learning that Serena (or Yvonne in that world) murdered Yusho Sakaki in front of a live audience before breaking down in tears. He was consoling his friend for days after.
  • Is happy to find his friends Misty and Brock also in the Pantheon, but is also weary on Team Rocket as opposing gods. He is willing to put that aside though when it comes to Ghetsis, since the Team Plasma member tested his mind control technology on Pikachu as part of another plot to gain control of the Legendary Pokémon in the Pantheon.
  • Became quick friends with Chase, sharing their deep passion for their respected Mons. Chase had once attempted to try his hand on landing a position in the House of Commerce with his Foodons to share Ash's position, however, they didn't make nearly as big an impact as Pokémon had. Despite this, Chase holds no grudge and still enjoys his company.
  • Has the ability to use Aura. While many Gods have suggested that he train with that ability, he's declined. But with Lucario's ascension, Ash has decided to give it a try once more.
    • A discovery has noted that whenever he battles alongside Greninja, Greninja somehow obtains a form dubbed "Ash-Greninja", and their minds become one, to the point that whatever pain Greninja obtains, Ash also feels. There's now a big case of study between the two gods. Unfortunately, this lead to Lysandre kidnapping Ash and Greninja in order to claim them both as "guides" for his new world. One thing is for certain, Mega Evolution energy can't control both of them. Has become good friends with Lan and Megaman.exe, who helped him control the Ash-Greninja form although that wasn't enough for him to win the Kalos League, though he did finish in second.
  • Do not confuse him with the trainer Red and any of his different versions. It will most likely not end well. Naturally, Ash is oblivious to the whole conflict. Some gods do wonder what would happen if The Mob decided to possess him though.
  • Was pleasantly surprised to find Latios and Latias in the Pantheon, particularly after Latios' Heroic Sacrifice. It doesn't seem he's noticed the blushing, affectionate way Latias acts around him.
  • Once, Curious George went to the House of Commerce and stole his hat. He gave it back after a while and quickly became friends with him. The Man with the Yellow Hat has Ash on speed dial after that incident in case he needs help taking care of George in parts of the pantheon he cannot reach as a non-combatant non-deity. He is actually grateful to find someone who can understand George as well as he can.
  • Along with Misty, Brock, Pikachu and Team Rocket, Ash is expressly forbidden from entering Cyberspace after a certain incident.
  • One of the nicest gods in the Pantheon, Ash has earned the friendship of many gods of different genres:
    • He quickly befriended Samus Aran after hearing she saved Pikachu in the Subspace Emissary. "Any friend of Pikachu is a friend of mine." he said.
    • Both the Master Chief and Jim Raynor speak fondly of Ash; John because he finds a kindred spirit in Ash for his heroism and determination; Raynor because Ash reminds him of his second-in-command Matt Horner.
    • Arceus, God of all Pokémon, enjoys Ash's company, because Ash returned the Jewel of Life and proved humanity's inherent goodness. For that reason, both Arceus and Tyrael, the Archangel of Justice, have made a covenant to protect the boy from demonic threats.
    • Other Nintendo gods, such as Mario, Link, are friends with Ash and wish him well on his travels.
    • Ash was happy to see Diancie and Xerneas again after their last adventure together. He felt a bit nervous around Yveltal but Xerneas was able to smooth things over. Ash and Xerneas are yet comment whether or not Xerneas is behind Ash's ability to remain a ten-year-old.
    • Is best friends with Twilight Sparkle since they both believe in The Power of Friendship. Ash agrees with Twilight that friendship is the greatest power of all. This has also made him really good friends with Gentaro Kisaragi, the god empowered by friendship. When they first met, they exchanged handshakes.
    • Also BFFs with Steven Universe, thanks to sharing the same all-loving nature as him.
  • Because of his wholly heroic nature, Ash has a bad habit of making enemies with evil gods in the Pantheon:
    • Ash harbors a deep hatred of Melkor, because for every virtue Ash represents, Melkor represents the complete opposite. However, Melkor being the original evil and well above even the most dangerous Teams in his world in depravity (Pokémon is a franchise for the younger demographic after all) prevents him from taking action. He is perfectly aware that Melkor, or any big villain in the Pantheon would aim to kill his Pokémon, not just knock them out like in his world, and eliminate him too for good measure. May want to join the proposed GUAG Animal Advocates as a show of support against Melkor.
    • Yuuki Terumi is another notable example. His love for wanton cruelty and destruction always causes Ash to try and stop him whenever he shows up. Ash also REALLY hates it when Terumi takes advantage of his Chronic Hero Syndrome.
    • Frieza has earned Ash's ire as well, mainly because of the fact that he treats his minions like utter garbage and wipes entire planets of their life and sells them to other powerful villains, including many evil deities in the Pantheon.
    • Don't even get started on Albert Wesker. Just thinking about his very actions sends Ash into a fit of rage.
    • Apophis is someone that Ash refuses to believe could exist. Considering how in the Pokémon world, there is no such thing as an inherently evil Pokémon.
    • Ash hates Simon Laurent due to how Simon has slaughtered many denizens for the sake of "power", refuses to change his ways and even went as far as to attempting to murder his best friend. Furthermore Simon's continued attitude towards Nulls that has extended to Pokémon has left little of a good taste in his mouth towards the guy. Ash has even suspected that Simon could go as far as harming his friends if he caught wind of them given his manipulations of a group of children that were part of the Apex.
    • Most evil gods in the Nintendo pantheon have a low opinion of Ash as well. Bowser thinks he's an annoying pest, while Ganondorf views him as a foolish, naïve child. Naturally, he opposes all of them, but the one who draws his ire the most is Raven Beak. Ash was utterly horrified to learn from Samus Aran that the Mawkin chief slaughtered an entire tribe of his own race and reportedly intends to conduct highly unethical experiments on Pokémon to exploit their abilities.
  • Ash might not be the brightest kid of his age, but he's kind, benevolent and courageous, qualities that have earned him many allies and friends. Harming Ash for a petty reason is considered one of the cruelest and most terrible crimes in the Pantheon and will cause almost every single Pokémon in the Pantheon to gun after the perpetrator's head. The Goliath attempted to kill Ash simply because the latter thought he was a Pokémon, and since then, the evil beast has been wary around any Pokémon he comes across. Reynard the Fox thinks twice about attempting to do anything to Ash, especially after Uxie punished him.
  • He occasionally visits the House of Food, whenever he feels hungry. Which is a lot. Quite a few gods are amazed at how a kid can eat so much.
  • A common subject of debate among the Pantheon is how Ash attracts the attention of several females in his home universe and yet is too oblivious to notice.note  The Nurturers of the House of Love and Affection have joked that perhaps they should help Serena ascend to the Pantheon, if only to make things more interesting for Ash. After all, she was the subject of his first kiss (not counting Latias).
  • Met Atalanta after the latter had heard his reputation of befriending beings worthy of divinity. After hearing Atalanta's story, Ash couldn't help but feel sorry for her, as she had come from a world harsher and crueller than his own. Even so, he said that her desire to protect children was truly admirable and promised to do whatever he could to support her. He is also fond of patting her in the head the same way he does to Pikachu, and amazingly, Atalanta doesn't complain.
  • Ash dislikes Kazuya for several reasons. To start with, the battles he participates in are far more brutal (summoners are expected to attack and be attacked with live weapons), often end with the losing party forced to give up their valuables at swordpoint (if they survive at all), and summoners have the nasty habit of fusing off their old demons once their usefulness has passed. Kazuya retorts his world is nowhere as well-off as Ash's, so everyone has adopted a dog-eat-dog mentality, and since his demons don't grow or evolve like Pokémon and he only has a limited amount of storage, as much as he might want to keep his old demons, he needs stronger ones to survive.
  • Many deities believed that Ash was being controlled by the Status Quo, and that the Status Quo would never allow him to win any League in any region. The Status Quo’s control, however, was broken when Ash won the Alola League by defeating all opponents, up to and including the Guardian Pokémon of Alola, Tapu Koko who challenged Ash's Pikachu in Ash's final match against the region's technical Champion and Ash's father figure, Prof. Kukui. As such many deities have been very happy to hear of this. Furthermore, since Ash is planning on taking on the best Pokémon trainer of his world, Leon, many look forward to see him succeed and truly crown himself the best like no one ever was.
    • It only got better once Ash officially reached the Masters Eight and is preparing himself to take on the World's best trainers whose ranks include the likes of Lance, Steven, Diantha, Cynthia and Leon making even more deities gain massive respect for the once-underestimated trainer of Pallet Town. In fact, his recent victories against Steven Stone and Cynthia managed to increase the respect for him tenfold among all circles of the Pantheon, with many that don't even follow his adventures getting to learn just how incredible his feats now are and how much he's not to be triffled with.
    • And at last he's become the World Champion after defeating the long-reigning World Monarch, Leon, who had previously beaten other Champions himself and thus at last is truly the greatest trainer of his world. Any who once disrespected Ash now either respect or are amazed by his newly-proved battle prowess.

    C.C. 
C.C., Goddess of Product Placement (The Witch of Britannia, the Mistress of Zero, Pizza Butt)
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    dado 
dado, God of Mentioning Side Effects
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The best picture one can get of dado
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Any of his medical products like SCP-3521 with an instruction on how to use them
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: all lowercase letters, Side Effects Include..., Mad Pharmacist, Might Be An Alien, A Demon Or Former Factory Worker, Genius Ditz, Wild Card, Cop Hater, Makes Strange Products, But Not Recreational Drugs, Don't Abuse His Customers Or You'll Pay, Ambiguous Syntax, Unwitting Instigator of Doom, Third-Person Person
  • Domains: Medical Drugs, Pharmacists, Anomalies, Strange Speaking Patterns, Quirkiness
  • Under the watch of: The SCP Foundation
  • Ambiguous relationship with: The Factory
  • Interested in: Vought-American, the more mystical side of the Hall of Diseases like Peyrite, the Hall of Medical Conditions
  • Allies: John A Zoidberg, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Bubs, E.Gadd, Buy n Large, Hubert J Farnsworth
  • Customers: Qyburn, Mordin Solusnote 
  • Rival: Eirin Yagokoro
  • Enemies: Clancy Wiggum, Conal Cochran, Jonathan Crane/the Scarecrow, the Joker
  • Opposes: Any and all cops, Nigel West Dickens
  • Sitcom Archnemesis with: Fawful, Dr Heinz Doofenshmirtz
  • Respects: Bucciarati's gang, Lewis Anthonio, Senku Ishigami
  • Disrespects: Walter White
  • Pities: Ash Lynx, Eiji Okumura
  • The SCP Foundation has a number of "persons of interest", people not classified as SCPs but associated with them. Many pharmaceutical SCPs are created by the enigmatic dado. A brilliant pharmacist and entrepreneur with an absolutely terrible grasp of communication skills, marketing and especially the English language, dado makes many products with weird and even deadly side effects if used incorrectly. However to his credit dado will always mention the side effects and give an instruction on how to use his medicine. More recently, he's begun diversifying his income with ventures into everything from mundane dry cleaning to anomalous convenience stores.
  • dado is always mentioned in lower case, and like Drax the Destroyer and Amelia Bedalia he's Literal-Minded. He's a foreigner with a bad grasp on English... or human. Depending on who you ask he is a defector from The Factory, an alien who manipulates space-time for money or a greed demon. He has no idea that his English is bad, which funnily enough has lead to him complaining about Fawful's engrish without any irony. The two have ended up feuding on message boards complaining about poor grammar and other relatively meaningless disputes. Tommy Wiseau joined in to make the conversation weirder, bringing up "how is your sex life". Fawful said "what." and dado replied "do you need dado boner pills?" The chat ended afterwards.
  • dado ascended to the Trope Pantheon as he heard the SCP Foundation, who has their eyes on him, has reduced influence there, so moving there would be more financially advisable. Looking to build his influence, he soon met an inventor just as odd as him with his own curious language quirks; Professor E.Gadd. dado tried to reach Mario first in his "Dr Mario" form only for him to not be able to accept in good conscience his weird medicine. E.Gadd was quirkier and more experimental with his stuff, so he was more willing to show dado the ropes. The two want to understand more about each other's crafts. Mordin Solus was dado's first customer, though this is for the sake of studying and synthesizing more reliable versions of his anomalous drugs; he feels he needs to keep an eye on dado so pharmacies don't get screwed over by purchasing from him, so he exploited dado's Greed.
  • Due to it being much harder (or more like an exercise in futility) to hide anomalies in the Trope Pantheon, dado has managed to make money from selling his anomalous drugs. Unfortunately it soon became clear why the SCP Foundation works to contain them. Professionals in the House of Health and Diseases can't ban dado's products but they'll remind you to always consider the side effects dado lists. Some examples of his medicine include
    • SCP-3521 are a bunch of pills that when ingested, spawn enough bananas in the stomach cause death by radiation poisoning. As the amount is 9150 tons of bananas, it immediately causes whoever has the banana pills to explode. Even Donkey Kong was turned off from eating bananas, at least a while, after reading it. Pretty much the only deities who were able to ingest it were Kirby and Gluttony, who are also able to avoid the radiation poisoning that'd kill a human. Researchers are trying to create a machine that can simulate ingesting as a way to get an immediately huge resource of bananas without any squickiness or fatality.
    • SCP-3929 are meant to act as Viagra and greatly boost the libido of the subject however much to the chagrin of the Lust Halls while in effect the user ages by 77 years. Being immortal, Jack Harkness tested these pills and found that if you don't age the negative side-effects are cancelled out. He doesn't want to admit how much he spent on condoms or his search engine though, due how libidinous the pills made him.
    • SCP-3494 is a laxative which while harmless, causes the user to expel more waste than their body weight, let alone what someone should logically excrete. Some have speculated this created the Great Mighty Poo. The Angry Video Game Nerd is investigating these pills, which annoys dado as "super-lax is no toy". This led to the Turbo Toilet 2000 demanding dado's head for... reasons best left unexplained.
    • SCP-4257 transforms someone into an automobile. Instances of SCP-4257-1 are capable of moving in only two directions: the direction opposite of Earth's gravity and forward. Naturally people wonder "why the hell did dado think this was a good idea?" It probably wouldn't have any effect on a Transformer, but none of them want to test it.
  • In hindsight, the banana pills were revealed as "not so much medicine as much as it is pill to make banana and also kill u. very effective treatment for ailment that is life". Basically it's an elaborate assassination tool via radiation poisoningnote  so it seems people just made the mistake of thinking it's a medicinal drug. dado decided to make the side effects clearly in the print with the next batch. He also banned Thief from having any of his stuff. Why? Well first off he's a thief who got in trouble with dado taking his stuff, but the fact he exploits fine print to legally get away with it pisses dado off. Also, Thief gets away not paying his taxes, when even dado makes sure to do his taxes.
  • Some have made comparisons between dado and Eirin Yagokoro. They are both pharmacists capable of producing rather fantastic products. dado considers her to be a major rival in his business ventures, as her ability to make any drug is something he's envious about. And it's true that she's a much more successful pharmacist than him in the Trope Pantheon, but a large factor behind this is that dado's poor grasp of English and/or human, alongside his own unique inventions being Awesome, but Impractical at best. Personally he has never forgiven her for remarking that she doubts he has a legitimate medical license.
  • In an attempt to prevent distribution of his anomalous medicine but lacking the influence in the Trope Pantheon to outright prevent it compared to their sheer power in their native reality, the SCP Foundation chose another tactic; they would push Zoidberg a being dado's biggest promoter! Who else but Zoidberg to give them a bad name by being the main proprietor? Hilariously neither dado or Zoidberg have caught on to this scheme, which has led to plenty of complaints from the Planet Express crew levied at dado... but more at Zoidberg. The exception of these complaints was Professor Farnsworth, as he is contemplating working with dado on something and thinks he could make money moving his anomalies.
    Professor Farnsworth: "Good news everybody! You'll be delivering packages of SCP-3802 to the planet Lepusa 6!"
  • Due to the sometimes hazardous traits his products have, he usually sources people who are willing to make dodgy decisions with selling products like Bubs and Apu. dado wants to branch out to the Hall of Medical Conditions as he wants to make products to help them out, but they consider him more of a nuisance. dado has also been interested in the Hall of Diseases because he wants to figure out how to make anomalous drugs to counter-act the supernatural disease causers. In addition, dado wants to study Compound V and is trying to make a business deal with Vought-International. The SCP Foundation believes what he's really after is befriending their crack team of lawyers so he can better dodge complaints from angry customers.
  • Despite his questionable products, dado still values his customers and would never knowingly harm them. This is where his disgust for Conal Cochran comes from; he outright sells deadly products, and that is unforgivable to dado. dado isn't fond of Nigel West Dickens either, though not to the level of Conal. Some consider this hypocritical given how bizarre and potentially deadly dado's products are, but in his defense they always have some intended purpose and he never truly lies about them. Also, he doesn't intend anything he makes for recreational drug use. dado respects Giorno and his friends from keeping Italy free of drugs (even if to simply prevent his pharmaceutical products being abused), but has also stated that for legal reasons he cannot publicly endorse gangsters. By contrast, he disrespects Walter White for being a chemistry teacher who used his knowledge for drugs, when dado thinks he should've made money in medicine. Heisenberg can't take dado seriously enough to comment.
  • If dado is not a fan of drugs used for recreational use (well, mainly his drugs), you better believe he's livid at Jonathan Crane's use of Fear Toxins. dado can see the potential use of a controlled variation as a form of "exposure therapy", but he is appalled by the psychological and often physical damage Scarecrow causes for... well, For Science! at best, For the Evulz at worst. And you can bet he hates the Joker for, among other crimes, using Joker Venom and other toxic chemicals. On another note, while he doesn't care much for those that willingly take drugs he does pity those forced into it like Ash Lynx and Eiji Okumura. dado is horrified by the effects of Banana Fish, since it is a potent tool of brainwashing.
  • He has a really low tolerance for cops. He hates them ever since he saw his customers being victimized by Police Brutality. He made a donut-dispensing machine to tempt police, causing them to crap out living squealing pigs that are bigger the more offenses they committed... God only knows how big that'd pig would be if the Dark Judges ate one of dado's donuts; Tenpenny and Pulaski shudder at the thought. Few fall for it due to the bad grammar, though Chief Wiggum did. Naturally he was traumatized by the experience and has sworn to bring in dado. Homer loves his donuts and dado's donuts wouldn't affect him negatively, but he's still pretty disgusted by this "perversion of donuty goodness!". Inevitably dado was blacklisted by the Hall of Officers and a rule never to take anything from dado was established for its members.
  • Despite his oddities and questionable inventions dado does respect those who are passionate about science and try and use it for the greater good, like Lewis Anthonio and Senku Ishigami. In particular, that they never give up. They aren't sure about dado's medical inventions, but they'll give him credit for his inventiveness. Qyburn wants to see dado improve his craft as he has been purchasing some of his anomalies for study, and wants dado to make drugs with more utility; ethical considerations notwithstanding. dado was able to get a deal with Buy n Large for additional promotion, along with possibly showing up Jeff Bezos... though the latter doesn't seem to know who dado even is.
  • dado has a silly little feud with Dr Doofinshmirtz due to a case of mistaken occupation. Because of his labcoat he is repeatedly mistaken for a pharmacist and dado is no exception to that. Due to his many -inators, some of which having very weird effects, dado keeps pushing his products on Doof and sends advertisements that clog up his mailbox on how they should be partners. Having reformed he isn't going to go seek revenge on dado, but he is sick of dado not getting the hint and is considering some sort of lawsuit against him.

    Energizer Bunny 
The Energizer Bunny, God of Animal Drummers and Commercial Switcheroos
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  • Lesser God. Has the energy output of a Greater God.
  • Symbol: The Energizer Logo.
  • Theme Song: His drums' beat.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good with some Chaotic leanings.
  • Portfolio: A drumming bunny with an attitude to match, Commercial Switcheroo, Cool Shades, His commercials keep going and going, Has had various Unusual Crossovers, Parody Commercial, Was Once a Man, Real Men Wear Pink, No Name Given, The Voiceless, Victory by Endurance, Is more well-known in the USA than the concept it was parodying
  • Domains: Rabbits, Drummers, Batteries, Electricity, Energy
  • Herald: The Duracell Bunny
  • Follower: Terry Crews
  • Allies: The Ascended Looney Tunes Deities (Especially Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck and the Roadrunner), All Good-Aligned Star Wars deities, Po, The Furious Five, Shrek, The Muppets (Especially Animal), Santa Claus, Epic Sax Guy, Houkago Tea Time, Segata Sanshiro, MGM Lion, Hello Kitty, Old Spice Man, GEICO Gecko and Trix Rabbit
  • Friendly Rival: Animal, Ritsu
  • Enemies: Wile E. Coyote, Darth Sidious/Emperor Palpatine, Boba Fett, Dracula, The Wicked Witch of the West, Lord Farquad, Mom, The Incubators
  • Source Of Interest for: Various deities in the House of Commerce (Mainly Scrooge McDuck, Mr. Burns and Buy n Large)
  • On Bad Terms with: Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, King Kong
  • Despite his simple design, this Bunny has a long story behind him, he's traveled through various Universes, meeting all kinds of characters. With nothing but promoting his companies' batteries as his goal, all while avoiding the evil schemes of Supervolt, Energizer's rival.
    • His origins may have been detailed in a commercial where a man seeking eternal life by freeing a genie, was transformed into the Bunny by his wish. Despite how horrible it sounds, the Bunny seems unfazed by his past and mostly remains committed to his duty of promoting Energizer's batteries.
  • He's made himself many foes in his adventures:
    • One notable was Darth Vader. On Palpatine's orders, he attempted to capture the Bunny to obtain it's battery for his master, he managed to track it down to Bespin, the same day where he captured Han Solo, but things went downhill for Vader when his lightsaber failed to work properly due to him employing Supervolt batteries for it, leaving him humiliated and throwing a tantrum with the Bunny escaping unscathed. Though he pulled a Heel–Face Turn long ago, Anakin still doesn't feels like talking to the Bunny and avoids his presence, mainly because of how embarrassing that was, and also because all of the other Star Wars Deities, evil and good alike, won't ever stop bringing that up.
    • King Kong was tricked by Supervolt into capturing/killing the Bunny, the giant ape attempted to do so by climbing a building to get it, but wound up failing due to a woman closing a window on his feet and causing Kong to plummet into the street below. Like Anakin/Vader, Kong does not like to remember or talk about this.
    • The Wicked Witch of the West tried to obtain his battery as well, chasing him through the Emerald City in the Land of Oz, she came close to capturing him via threatening him with a burning broom, but wound up activating a fire alarm and caused a downpour of water to melt her into a puddle. To this day, she still plots to obtain the battery successfully.
    • Dracula had the misfortune of having the Bunny invade his castle, much to his frustration and set out to kill it, only to end up accidentally following it out of his castle and getting killed by the sunlight. Dracula has sworn that he'll catch and kill the bunny when he can, ever since.
    • Wile E. Coyote was hired to catch the Bunny by Supervolt, who also provided him with batteries for his ACME gadgets, unfortunately for Wile E., the incompetence of all antagonistic parties led to miserable failure and the Bunny escaped once more unscathed.
  • On the other hand, he's had a friendly encounter with Po when the latter was starting his training, with Po trying to prevent the Bunny from being hurt by the Jade Palace's obstacle course, but the Bunny was fine afterwards, with Po getting himself injured in the process. That said, the two became friends afterwards and Po even got the Furious Five to befriend him as well.
  • His power output isn't all talk, after more than 30 years on the market, the bunny hasn't stopped even once. In fact, his battery once was able to power up a stranded and inactive alien saucer back to full power with the Bunny completely fine afterwards.
    • In another occasion, he skillfully dodged a drone attack of Supervolt's, outlasting his enemies' batteries once again. Also proving in the process that could be even faster than he usually is.
  • He's become a target of various corporations and CEOs in the Pantheon, who seek out his battery as a power source for their plans and businesses.
    • Among them is Buy n Large, which has not come close to catching the Bunny despite their best efforts at it.
    • Another one is Mr. Burns who tried to have the Bunny captured and used as a power source to improve his company's performance. Like everyone before him, he failed and was left in the dust by the Bunny.
    • Scrooge McDuck is a more benevolent party than the others, and is mostly seeking out the way the Bunny keeps it's battery going and going after years of service. As such, the Bunny has been willing to cooperate with McDuck industries in their operations.
  • While on the Hall of Singers and Performers he met up with the various good aligned Deities of the House and was part of a very large concert held in the House of Musicality. When it was over, he befriended various of the performers and singers:
    • Due to their memetic status, Epic Sax Guy and the Bunny became great friends, sometimes they even perform as a duo in random places in the Pantheon. Not that anyone's complaining as their music meshes well together.
    • He also befriended fellow drummer, Ritsu, her energetic brash personality bounced off the Bunny's equally energetic but more reserved one. Likewise she finds him cute and petted him for a while after meeting him. He's also not made fun of her forehead, much to her delight. The two have also developed a rather friendly rivalry.
  • He's not quite happy with the Incubators' amoral methods of obtaining energy for the survival of the Universe, and tried often to suggest using Energizer batteries as a replacement to them. They didn't listen, of course, and ever since they've been on real bad terms with each other.
  • His antics have earned him a great friendship with the Looney Tunes deities, who consider him a Looney Tune in spirit, most especially the Roadrunner, Bugs Bunny and Daffy, who've all had to deal with similar situations to the ones that the Bunny finds himself in. Helps that the Bunny also had to deal with Wile E. Coyote chasing after him.

    Hello Kitty 
Hello Kitty, Omnipresent Goddess of Mascots (Kitty White, Kitty-chan)
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  • Lesser Goddess, can become stronger in certain situations
  • Symbol: A pink flower bow
  • Theme Song(s): Hello Kitty and Friends (English version), original Japanese version by Megumi Hayashibara
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Color Pink, Merchandise Everywhere, Funny Animals, Civilized Animals, Appealing to Girls, Boys, Children and Adults, Japanese Cuteness, Action Girl
  • Heralds: Mary White (mother), George White (father), Mimmy White (sister), Dear Daniel (boyfriend), the rest of the Sanrio cast
  • Allies:
  • Odd Friendship: Amuro Ray, Kouji Kabuto
  • Every product that wishes to make it big in the eyes of the public requires a Mascot for easier identification. Whether it's "cute", "hot", or otherwise, this mascot has to represent it as a whole, be easily identifiable, and be distinguishable from other mascots. As a long-running Cash-Cow Franchise mascot in Japan for Sanrio, Hello Kitty was nominated to represent this trope.
    • Actually, she used to hold Series Mascot, but didn't exactly qualify since her series came after her conception, so Mario decided to surrender one of his titles to her and keep Rule of Fun.
  • Kitty has no actual powers, but she was elevated from Quasideity to Demigoddess once the gods learned of her true secret ability: being in many places at once.
    • And then when her Roller Rescue adventure was made known, as well as what she's got there, not to mention her crossover with Gundam, her rank was corrected again into Lesser Goddess.
  • Despite her Japanese origins, she's apparently British because she was originally a British fashion label. She's also only as tall as stack of 5 apples, and weighs about three of them.
  • Has befriended a few of her heavily-merchandised western counterparts, such as Garfield, SpongeBob SquarePants, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Mickey Mouse. None of them realized that she could talk, because they rarely ever saw her mouth (though she does have one). Likewise, she was confused by Garfield, another Talking Animal who (rarely) opened his mouth when he spoke.
  • Her cuteness pretty much caused a three way struggle between Chiyo, Yotsuba and Rena Ryuguu who immediately went into I'm Taking Her Home with Me! mode when they met for the first time. This then caused other gods to pretty much die of cuteness overload from the four until Hello Kitty handed the three stuffed toys of her liking, that way they had their own Hello Kitty of their own. Then other younger goddesses came and begged for their own Hello Kitty toys from her. Let's just say that Hello Kitty's been going into the House of Craft often because of that.
  • Once got into a Street Fighter mood and soon had dolls of her dressed up as Ryu, Chun-Li and M. Bison (OF COURSE!). Ryu's reaction was confused, Chun-Li cooed over hers, and M. Bison just took a doll of his own and stormed off.
  • Denies being a cat, despite her appearance. She was placed here instead of the house of Felines at her own request. What she is is a gijinka cat; just like Mickey Mouse, she's not human, but not quite the animal she looks like either.
  • If fighting becomes necessary for her, she has a magic wand (or "toy hammer" or "Mambo" maraca) and roller skates at her disposal for whacking foes with (as well as an area-of-effect Love Radiation) and smooth maneuvers. It's also where she first tangled with a Humongous Mecha driven by the main boss, even if all she could do was stall it long enough for Keroppi's Photon Cannon to charge and finish it off.
    • And in the face of Kaiju-size threats, if the usual heroes aren't available, she has a CHOGOKIN mecha in her likeness as a reward for answering an Honest Axe situation correctly when she dropped her Mazinger Z action figure in a lake. It has three modes of travel besides walking; Drive Mode for vehicle-like cruising, Dive Mode for underwater travel, and Flight Mode for traversing the skies. As for weapon systems however, it only has a Rocket Punch that isn't even that powerful but seems to be able to sap an opponent's will to fight. She can likely attack physically with her mecha, too.
  • Street Fighter isn't even the strangest crossover she's been a part of; She once received a distress signal from Haro through a TV to save Amuro Ray. It was a…confusing affair, to say the least. While he doesn't remember that incident, he appreciates her desire for peace.
    • It wouldn't be her first crossover with mechas, either. During a stroll on her Chogokin Hello Kitty, she saw a certain Jet Scrander flying overhead. Seconds later, as she heard someone call for her to get out of the way, Mazinger Z crashed into her mecha, and for some inexplicable reason, their color themes were swapped (with Kitty's mech getting the black scheme and red heat chest plates, and Kouji's mech getting Kitty's ribbon in place of his usual Breast Fire panels). Still, when the opposition came, they managed to send those goons packing.
    • As a result of this, she has an honorary spot in the GUAG Robot War Division and is undergoing training in order to provide support.
  • Was represented in a Splatfest hosted by Off The Hook that included her and other Sanrio characters. With Pearl of that duo representing her both times she won against Cinnomoroll, but lost against My Melody. The Inklings and Octolings were joyed to meet her and even invited her to a few of their Turf War games.
  • You can never have too many friends!

    The Noid 
The Noid, God Of 30-Minute Delivery Challenges

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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The N insignia on his chest
  • Theme Song: Avoid The Noid's Title Theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: The Anti-Mascot of Domino's Pizza, Exists Solely To Destroy Your Delivered Pizzas, Because He Hates Pizza In General, The Physical Manifestation Of The Challenges Of Thirty-Minute Pizza Deliveries, Never Got To Sabotage Any Of Domino's Pizzas, Instead Getting Hurt By His Own Devices, Mascot Was Temporarily Abandoned Due To An Unfortunate Incident
  • Domains: Anti-Mascots, Pizza, Sabotage, Deliveries, Failure
  • Allies: Wile E. Coyote, Plankton
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: The League Of Super Evil, Dr. Cortex
  • Odd Friendship: Iron Checkpoint Crate
  • Rival: Hatsune Miku (completely one-sided on the Noid's part)
  • Complicated Relationship: Brand X
  • Enemies: Every pizza-related deity in the Pantheon, Spider-Man, Crash Bandicoot, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Power Rangers Jungle Fury, Takotoshi Hijiyama, The Samurai Pizza Cats, Wario, Roadrunner, Adam West, Dante, S.A.T.8, Colonel Sanders, Ronald McDonald, Spongebob, Squidward, Mr. Krabs
  • Have you ever ordered a pizza delivery from a non-Domino's restaurant and your pizza ends up arriving as a huge mess? Then you may have been a victim of the infamous Noid, a quirky, malicious gremlin that only lives to ruin your pizza. The Noid's specialty is pizza destruction, whatever method that may be- freeze it, crush it, incinerate it, throw it on the pavement, the Noid doesn't stop at anything to ruin the pizza you ordered, and is generally unrivaled at his craft. However, the pizzas made at Domino's Pizza have always managed to Avoid the Noid, and as absurd as the Noid's methods can get, none of them have enabled him to thwart Domino's pizza deliveries, whether by well-trained deliverymen or even their self-driving vehicles. Even their pizza boxes prove to be indestructible towards the Noid's antics, for reasons we cannot really explain. Whenever the Noid goes after Domino's Pizza, he ends up just as ruined as the pizzas of competing brands he messes up, which demonstrates that Domino's Pizza is better at pizza delivery than the rest.
  • When Domino's Pizza had been made to move away from the idea of enforcing such a precarious challenge, due to the real dangers of rushing such deliveries, it would be inevitable that the Noid who represented such challenges lost some relevance in turn. But the very idea of having to deliver a pizza quickly, or else the payment would be void, it had already made its mark on pizza culture, and its influence still lingers, as does the Noid. While the Pantheon already had its share of its own pizzerias, the likes of the Domino's Pizza brand still ended up having a good hold on its significance in the Pantheon, with one of its main reasons being a certain anti-mascot that followed the likes of pizza deliverymen into the Pantheon. Frequent reports of pizza delivery craft being wrecked and pizza delivery workers getting hospitalized were showing up, and even worse, higher frequency of ruined pizzas. It wasn't long before the Pantheon found its culprit, the Noid, bouncing around on his Pizza Crusher in his personal war on pizza himself. As much as the gods tried to remove him in the name of pizza, he always ended up coming back, and so they realized that the Noid had already ascended with a long disregarded trope, 30 Minutes, or It's Free!, or perhaps the trope itself had manifested into the Pantheon through The Noid himself. Who knows?
    • The Noid's advertising campaign had been hampered by the gradually declining emphasis on quick, 30-minute deliveries, but there was also an incident involving another person with the last name of Noid. A man in real life named Kenneth Lamar Noid, due to a similar namesake to the Noid himself, got paranoid of Domino's Pizza targeting and tormenting him based on the coincidental names alone, and it dropped his mental health to the point where he went to a nearby Domino's and took its employees hostage. Though no one was hurt, and he was deemed not guilty by insanity, Kenneth had committed suicide later on. While people do speak of how it impacted The Noid's status as a mascot, The Noid himself surprisingly doesn't hold much against the man for it. People would wonder why he doesn't seem to hold much resentment, but given that The Noid would eventually get more modern commercials later despite it all, some people theorize that The Noid has moved on from such an unfortunate history.
  • The Noid's temple can be described as a small industrial city sector where the tenant cost is cheap for mortals to take shelter in, though if they hope to get a non-Domino's Pizza delivery there, they're out of luck. Pizza does get delivered there, but it's mainly for the Noid to ruin and destroy with his various gadgets, machines, and even sorcery, all in the name of ruining pizza deliveries. There have been sightings of multiple copies of the Noid running about, chasing unwary pizza deliverymen to turn their pizza boxes into pizza garbage piles. It does explain how the Noid manages to ruin so many pizza deliveries at once. Sometimes, people see the Noid just trying to enjoy mundane activities that have their fun ruined by Domino's Pizza, somehow. If someone's delivering pizzas to the temple and it isn't the Noid himself, they better have a big tip for the deliveryman, since it's a lot of grief avoiding being blown up by a group of Noids attempting to destroy their pizza through various tricks and traps.
  • Being an odd case of being an "anti-mascot" for Domino's, trying to sabotage the brand's product but failing, which indirectly promotes Domino's pizza in the process. While the Noid's antics may not sway every consumer (certainly not The Nostalgia Critic, who doesn't want to deal with either), the other brand mascots have varying opinions on the Noid. On one hand, fast-food mascots like Ronald McDonald and Colonel Sanders don't worry too much about the Noid given that their main dishes aren't pizza, but are wary of what the Noid will do to them if they expand to pizza delivery. As for Brand X, who is antagonistic toward other brand mascots, they managed to set up an interesting relationship with the Noid. They sometimes help the Noid ruin pizza deliveries from rival brands and sometimes other mascots standing in his way, figuring that the Noid's activities could further their agenda. That said, they haven't thought about what they'll do when they want to serve Brand X Pizza.
    • While a cereal mascot, The Trix Rabbit, who has endured much trouble trying to get Trix cereal for himself and failing, doesn't get why the Noid would go as far as to deny pizza to anyone but himself, and suspects some form of insanity in the gremlin's mind. Similarly, Takotoshi Hijiyama strongly despises the Noid's treatment of pizza, for even if the Noid hates pizza, he doesn't see it just to waste food so harshly. Given that he grew up in a time where food was scarce in his world, he's more deeply offended by the Noid's treatment of pizza to the point where he seeks to pummel the crazy Noid's face in if they ever meet.
  • The Pantheon happened to already have a team of villains dedicated to sabotaging pizza deliveries, known as the League of Super Evil, who sometimes order pizza with the intent of deliberately giving the delivery service a miserable time, planning out nasty contraptions to stop them from a 30-minute delivery to the point pizza deliverymen have made counter-plans against them. Hearing about the Noid, the League of Super Evil decided to enlist the Noid for the purpose of gaining his help in troubling pizza deliverymen. Usually, their attempts end up failing anyways, especially if it's Domino's, but whenever they get close to succeeding, that was when their relationship got more tense. The Noid would sometimes ruin the pizza delivered to L.O.S.E. in the process, angering them because they sabotage pizza deliveries so they can eat it for free, while the Noid simply hates pizza in general, so it gets dicey when it comes to getting a good pizza delivered late.
  • Crash Bandicoot has actually delivered pizzas for Domino's before, so inevitably, the Bandicoot and the Noid were bound to meet and become enemies. Whenever Crash ever gets asked to deliver pizza (and sometimes, even when he's not), the Noid will sometimes attempt to ambush Crash and freeze him solid, though it usually doesn't work out for the Noid. Dr. Neo Cortex would try to employ the Noid more often to stop his nemesis, but even he enjoys pizza enough to find the Noid's hobbies sickening. Oddly enough, the Noid got along with the Iron Checkpoint Crate who also had a history of trying to stop Crash at around the same time, and the latter even managed to get the Noid interested in kart races. The Noid doesn't really mind since it would help him in his attempts to trouble other driving pizza deliverymen.
  • In the House of Gaming, The Noid is known for starring in a game where the Noid saves the city and also pizzas while being opposed by an evil lookalike named Mr. Green, who was basically like the normal Noid but green. There was some sort of sequel to that game where the Noid entered a void, continued to save pizzas, and had his mascot status being threatened by someone wanting to replace him. The Noid doesn't really embrace either of those games, just for one big reason: The Noid really isn't the type to be on the side of pizza lovers. The Noid refuses to acknowledge those two games because they not only got his overall purpose wrong, but utterly flipped it around. In fact, the Noid speculates that somehow, the developers confused the Noid and Mr. Green's roles and swapped their positions as protagonist and antagonist, with Mr. Green being what he considers some defective Noid that chose to save pizza instead of ruining it.
    • Additionally, Mona, who sometimes handles pizza delivery for Mona's Pizza, has been the target of the Noid by default, though her animal friends tend to make the Noid's job a lot harder. Having escaped the Noid's wrath multiple times, it eventually led up a point where Mona was delivering pizza to Wario, and when the delivery was given to Wario, the Noid's pursuit had ended, but not before Mona alerted Wario of the Noid, convincing Wario that the Noid needed a big, shoulder-sized warning, knocking the Noid into a nearby wall, which was painful for the Noid. Hopefully, the Noid won't have to deal with similar brutish people again.
  • Some people had the creative idea of having the Roadrunner deliver pizzas due to his overall speed, which eventually managed to work after a decent amount of training, where much of it was making sure the Roadrunner wouldn't eat them either, and to take the payment money as well. As expected, Wile E. Coyote would attempt to intercept the Roadrunner, but this time with a bonus incentive of pizza. And of course, due to the Roadrunner's attempts at pizza delivery, the Noid also attempted to crush the Roadrunner and the pizzas being delivered, but failed to catch the Roadrunner as well. Both pursuers eventually met, and realizing their aptitude with absurd technology and devices for dealing with fast targets, they decided to work together from then on whenever the Roadrunner has to deal with a pizza delivery job. Neither have yet to actually succeed in stopping the Roadrunner's pizza deliveries, though.
  • Hatsune Miku's concerts have also been the target of The Noid's sabotage despite many of them having nothing to do with pizza at all. Regardless of what The Noid tries however, the attempts always fail miserably and Hatsune Miku has yet to even realize that The Noid has something against her. Some deities have made wild speculation on why The Noid dislikes Hatsune Miku, and many fingers have been pointed at a particular collaboration between Domino's and Hatsune Miku in Japan. Some people even went on about how it also had to do with an attempt by someone named Hatsune Mike who wanted to replace the Noid as a mascot with "Vocal Noids". But The Noid's enmity toward Hatsune Miku is really simply the fact that Miku happened to represent The Noid's most hated pizza brand at one point, and by that point already earned her place in The Noid's hate-list, not that it's even bothered her, or even hospitalized anyone besides The Noid himself.
  • There's a particular tendency for heroes to either love pizza, or deliver it as a job of some sorts. Of course, given The Noid's hatred towards pizza, all of those heroes have another villain to add to their Rogues Gallery. The likes of Spider-Man, the Jungle Fury Power Rangers, and the Samurai Pizza Cats, they were tired of more people getting in the way of their precarious pizza deliveries, and have learned to expect the Noid coming for them in their day-time jobs, and sometimes work together to find better ways to avoid the Noid. Both the Teen Titans and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles also have a love for pizza, and are appropriately distressed when they hear that The Noid has ruined their deliveries, resulting in some hot-headed heroes hunting for The Noid to show him how they feel about his work. Even getting caught in the receiving end of a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown by Michaelangelo (the 1997 version no less, who isn't usually the type to get this personal) hasn't stopped The Noid from continuing his crusade against pizza. These heroes, along with the likes of Dante and S.A.T.8, other fellow pizza-lovers, have been working together to find better ways to repel The Noid.
  • Since the main shtick of the Noid is to ruin pizza deliveries, as angry as he may be if a pizza sabotage attempt fails, he doesn't really attempt to ruin the pizza after said delivery is completed, and instead leaves to find another pizza in the middle of delivery to ruin instead. There was one universe where The Noid happened to break this rule, and and it ended very badly for that Noid. Such an incident only gives the Noid more reason to keep following his usual rules even more, given that there are a heavy amount of deities would gladly do the same thing. As for the Adam West in the Pantheon, while he doesn't approve of the Noid's actions, he knows that if he goes after The Noid, dealing with the Noid's array of destructive technology and gadgets would be an overwhelming challenge for Adam West, so he doesn't try to pursue the Noid, but he is certainly watching out for when the Noid is on a rampage again.
  • Spongebob and Squidward are sometimes sent by Mr. Krabs to deliver a Krusty Krab Pizza, and this time they remember to check if they have to bring drinks. However, it hasn't made their deliveries go more smoothly. Not only is Mr. Krabs too stingy to provide any automated vehicles for them (not that Spongebob can drive them anyway), but the Noid has been after the two whenever they're delivering pizza. Even being underwater won't stop the Noid from messing up pizza deliveries, and it has given Spongebob and Squidward a lot of trouble, though Squidward ends up taking the brunt of the damage. What none of them know is that the Noid's pursuit of their pizza has been assisted by none other than Mr. Krabs' arch-nemesis, Plankton, who wants the Noid to crush the two deliverymen for the purpose of getting ahold of the Krusty Krab Pizza himself, obviously for getting some Krusty Krab formula out of it. Even if what he can get out of a Noid-ruined Krusty Krab Pizza wouldn't be enough to figure out the original Krabby Patty recipe itself, he'd be content with taking the Krusty Krab Pizza formula.

    Oswald the Lucky Rabbit 
Oswald the Lucky Rabbit, God of Abandoned Mascots
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His head over a sky blue circle
  • Theme Song: Oswald's Story
  • Alignment: True Neutral leaning to Good
  • Portfolio: Proliferative gene-seed, bad luck, Anti-Villain, Badass Adorable, The Everyman
  • Domains: Bunnies, Family, Toons
  • Heralds: Ortensia and their 420 children
  • High Priest: Bosko, the Talk-Ink Kid
  • Followers: Alex Kidd
  • Superior: Walt Disney
  • Allies: All Ascended Disney Heroes (especially Mickey Mouse, Roger Rabbit, and Judy Hopps & Nick Wilde), Reisen Udongein Inaba, Bugs Bunny, the Rabbit of Caerbannog, Mr. Freeze, Zuko, Tewi Inaba, Cream the Rabbit, Peppy Hare, Hibari, Usalia, The Gochi Usa girls
  • Enemies: All Ascended Disney Villains, Freddy Krueger, Springtrap, The Joker, Dr. Wily, Dr. Eggman, The Professor
  • Oswald has a rather unusual history for a cartoon character. He originally came to be before Mickey Mouse arrived and Oswald was, more or less, forgotten after Mickey became famous. Enough time passed and the Lucky Rabbit was originally jealous of Mickey's fame. In one of Mickey's adventures, the Rabbit met the Mouse and eventually worked with him in the Wasteland, a place where forgotten Disney characters reside. Oswald was able to get enough mortal supporters for him at this point. Also, he has 420 children with his wife Ortensia, but don't ask for specifics on how they got so many kids (especially considering that Ortensia is a cat).
    • Following his initial endeavor with Mickey, Oswald got a little more than annoyed that there were some who thought he would just outright antagonize Mickey after the rabbit looked through some old records. Oswald is only slightly less annoyed when others assume that this adventure was his debut (as mentioned, it only made him more relevant).
  • A little after his arrival in the Pantheon, Oswald noticed that there were deities hailing both from popular and obscure works. Since Oswald was originally not that well-known before gaining his fame, he has spent some time talking to lesser-known deities to give them support and hope that they don't languish in obscurity.
  • Being a very early creation of Walt Disney, Oswald once asked Walt himself if he prefers the Lucky Rabbit or Mickey Mouse. Walt didn't really answer the question, but was quite pleased when he learned that both Oswald and Mickey are working together after the two cartoon stars overcame their differences.
  • Finds it somewhat weird that he sounds similar to Fred Jones. Though he does get a little more annoyed if the vocal similarity extends to Megatron and would often say that Megatron sounds different and inconsistent.
  • Ortensia actually wasn't Oswald's first girlfriend back in the Lucky Rabbit's early days. Oswald had a Love Interest named Francine Cottontail and they, weirdly enough, had several kids at first. Then he had a few other love interests prior to Ortensia, but once he met her, the Lucky Rabbit has stuck with Ortensia.
  • Despite his moniker, Oswald's luck usually isn't the best. It has become a source of mockery by a number of jerkish deities. The rabbit has some sort of resentment towards Gladstone Gander for being ridiculously lucky by default, though the duck doesn't acknowledge the resentment most of the time.
    • Speaking of luck, much of the rabbit's luck comes from his detachable foot. It's become a source of interest for many deities, particularly those who are normally unlucky. Sometimes, others would just take the foot away from him just to mess with him.
      • And on top of all these luck-related shenanigans, he has been made an unofficial mascot of the House of Luck and Fortune, likely due to his varying luck. Oswald isn't sure what to make of it, but he keeps a rather professional relation with Bugs Bunny at that house.
  • He sometimes carries a remote control with him in case he is confronted with weaker enemies. It more or less functions the same as Mickey's paintbrush, only the remote doesn't spew paint out.
  • Probably the only rabbit in the Pantheon which The Rabbit of Caerbannog doesn't really care about. Oswald himself doesn't have much to say about that rabbit's superior, Tewi Inaba, though they do keep in touch every now and then.
  • Oswald likes to hang around with the other benevolent rabbits, as well as those associated with them, and those who just simply like rabbits in general. In particular, he has a strong friendship with Usalia given their experience in ruling over a peaceful realm.
    • Like all the other rabbits, Oswald is highly wary of Springtrap. Given the animatronic's background, the Lucky Rabbit is making more of an effort to make sure his children doesn't get harmed or near the killer.
  • Oswald doesn't like mad scientists such as Dr. Wily and Eggman since their penchant for evil machinery remind him of The Mad Doctor. He's even more annoyed at the fact that the two even had different plans at different points in time that involved feigning redemption, akin to the Mad Doctor's second attempt at conquest (neither plan from Wily nor Eggman had any songs in them, though).
  • It's worth noting that Oswald at least thought that the Mad Doctor genuinely reformed at the start of Mickey and Oswald's second adventure together (and they may or may not have redeemed the Doctor at the end of it). Regardless, if there is a villain who has done multiple attempts to enact an evil plan by claiming that they reformed themselves, chances are Oswald would ask for Mickey's help to investigate it.
    • In regards to that, Oswald doesn't like The Joker given that the clown had pulled off similar stunts before. His craziness and penchant for chaos on a level Oswald hadn't heard of before earned further scorn from the rabbit.
  • Strangely enough, Oswald was once considered to be a participant in Vanellope Von Schweetz's Sugar Rush races, but plans fell through. The two like to talk to each other on occasion, though it's not clear if these conversations involve the rabbit being a proper contestant in the races. At the very least, Oswald would sometimes watch these particular races in his spare time.
  • Doesn't everybody deserve a second chance?

    Pepsiman 
PEPSIMAN!

Pepsiman, God of Products Transformed Into Superheroes

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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Pepsi Logo
  • Theme Song: PEPSIMAN!
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, Chaotic Evil in the The Angry Video Game Nerd's universe
  • Portfolio: Amusing Injuries, Mundane Made Awesome, The Blank, Butt-Monkey, Long Song, Short Scene
  • Domains: Drinks, Superheroes, Advertising, Injuries, Products
  • Allies: Segata Sanshiro, Protonjon, Vinny, The House of Heroism
  • Enemies: Morris, The Angry Video Game Nerd, Anyone who makes fun of Pepsi
  • Opposes: Jontron, Soldier: 76
  • Pepsiman is the living embodiment of Pepsi, bringing all the thirsty people the refreshing and tasty drink that is Pepsi. He arrived one day where the House of Food was a having a shortage of drinks, quickly arriving and using his signature powers to fill the house with Pepsi. Before he got the chance to leave, he tripped over and ended up accidentally destroying half of the House he was in. The court of Gods later allowed him to have his own temple to keep doing his job in the pantheon.
  • By default he is considered a superhero, even if he doesn't do much crimefighting. He is more or less a delivery boy (Or Super Delivery Boy if you will) of Pepsi, but even then, he seems to be on good terms with the House of Heroism and he did help the authorities of his world a few times (At least for Pepsi related things that is).
  • Pepsiman's claim to fame comes from his videogame, which is a source of his constant Amusing Injuries and bizarre hijinks he gets involved with. The other most notable from said game is the live action segments featuring an unknown man with a Pepsi addiction, said footage make some people believe it comes from a Snuff Film.
  • It's obvious that Pepsiman is not fond of his parent company's biggest competitor, Coca-Cola. In fact, whenever someone brings up the Pepsi Invaders/Coke Wins game, he gets very mad.
  • He doesn't pay too much attention to other competitors outside of Coca-Cola, but one in particular has been bothered by his ascension and that's none other than the CEO of Joja Corporation, Morris. He is pissed that with Pepsiman's sudden arrival, his products have been getting less and less attention (besides obviously many people knowing they are terrible) and instead prefer to seek Pepsiman for a more refreshing drink.
  • A former follower of Segata Sanshiro given their shared over the top advertisements and (surprisingly for Pepsiman) being from Japanese origins. Segata himself welcomed Pepsiman to his temple, but he was initially upset that his main game was on the Playstation. Before Segata tried to beat him up, as he usually does, he did mention the time he appeared as a Guest Fighter in Fighting Vipers, a Sega Saturn game, which was a Sega Saturn game and so Segata spared him.
  • There have been a few deities that are familiar with the Pepsiman videogame, like Protonjon for example. However, one particular deity that stood out for Pepsiman was Jontron, who mistakenly assumed his game didn't have any music, ignoring the trademark theme song that is characteristhic of Pepsiman or that he believes that because his world is very centered in Pepsi that maybe there is a hidden conspiracy pulling the strings from the shadows.
    • There was also Vinny from Vinesauce, who did manage to beat his game but also tried to corrupt it, but arguably had a hard time doing so. Initially he had a conflicting opinion on him but because he let it slide after he heard he finished the game for real.
  • Some people are a bit unneverd about Pepsiman's lack of features besides his mouth that he tends to open when using his powers, which doesn't help much.
  • Can also be found at Heroic Archetypes.
  • As of 2019, there's an evil alternate version of him that's pretty much the opposite of what the ascended version stands for, who forced the Angry Video Game Nerd to review the video game adaptation of his exploits and plotted to transform the entire world into Pepsi. This one was defeated by the Nerd with the help of the "TV-Game Guy" from the game's Engrish-laden FMV cutscenes. Thanks to this traumatic experience, the Nerd refuses to drink Pepsi, much less allow Pepsiman anywhere near him.

    PewDiePie 
How’s it going TV Tropes? My name is PewDiePie!

Felix Arvid Ulf Kjellberg, God of Web Channel Subscribing (PewDiePie, Pewdie, Pewds, Poods, Poodiepie, Family Friendly Felix, Nice Guy PewDiePie, JackSepticEye2, pewpewpewPEWDIE, Anders Cooper, Brooke Baldwin, Don Lemon, Gloria Borger, Guillermo Arduino, Poppy Harlow, Poppy Gloria, Gloria Poppy, Wolf Blitzner, Kate Riley, Michelle Obama, Oopsie Doopsie, Alleged Nazi, Mary Katherine Ham, Ham-Bad, Mary Ham, Ham Borger, Pewdelia, tittymcswag, Beast Master 64 Pokémon Hunter, pewdsiepie, sub2pewdiepie12)

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WHAT?! You’ve never played Tuber Simulator?

    SpongeBob SquarePants 
SpongeBob SquarePants, God of Cash Cow Franchises (The Invincibubble, Dirty Dan/Pinhead Larry, SpongeBoob, Cheesehead, The Quickster, Spingebill, Destroyer of Evil)
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  • Lesser God (can reach Intermediate God status as The Invincibubble, and was once turned into a Greater God by King Neptune, and when he wielded the Magic Pencil)
  • Symbol: His pineapple house; alternatively, his face on a background resembling his yellow-green body
  • Theme Music: His show's very own theme song; alternatively, Goofy Goober Rock from the first movie, Squeeze Me as the Invincibubble, Jellyfish Fields (NASB2 Remix)
  • Alignment: Varies between Neutral Good and Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Franchises That Still Make Money, Alliterative Names, Character Titles, Life Partners With Patrick Star, Workaholics, Burger Fools, Signature Laughs That Are Also Annoying, Married to the Job, Keet, Idiot Heroes, Nice Guys, Genius Ditzies, Neat Freaks, Weirdness, Childishness, Femininity, All Loving Heroes, Healing Factor, Multiplying Oneself, Being Innocent But Also Insensitive, Crazy Driving, Inconsistent Physical Strength, Inconsistent Characterization
  • Domains: Popularity, Cartoons, Regeneration, Food, Cleaning, Laughter, Imagination, Bubbles, Water
  • Heralds: Gary (his pet snail), Patchy the Pirate (his biggest fan).
  • Followers: Pretty much every non-ascended, non-SpongeBob-series Nicktoon
  • Allies: Patrick Star, Sandy Cheeks, Squidward Tentacles (mostly one-sided on SpongeBob's part), Mr. Krabs, Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, fellow good-natured Nickelodeon deities (Aang, Korra, Toph Bei Fong, Sokka, Katara, Zuko, the cast of iCarly, CatDog, Dora The Explorer), Arthur Curry/Aquaman, Rikuo, Ariel, The Inklings, Ika Musume, Octodad, Misty, Omastar, Kingdra, Ecco The Dolphin, Spyro The Dragon, The Ice King, Steven Quartz Universe, Makoto Nanaya, Doreen Green/Squirrel Girl, Dell Conagher/The Engineer, Mordecai and Rigby, Bob Belcher
  • Rivals: Mickey Mouse, Mario, Pikachu, Ben Tennyson, Bugs Bunny, The Minions, Homer Simpson and several other iconic franchise mascots. Also, Tidus
  • Friendly Enemy: Plankton
  • Friendly Rival: Undyne
  • Opposed by: Cthulhu, The Kraken, Blooper, Davy Jones, Ursula, Pearl, Light Yagami
  • Afraid of: Mello, Uncle Howee, Morpho Knight
  • Mixed Opinion by: Benson
  • SpongeBob ascended after his second movie was released for a generally positive reception from critics and fans alike as well as outgrossing the first movie, showing that his franchise was still going strong. His best pal, Patrick Star, ascended alongside him for being, well, his Fat Best Friend.
    • In fact, SpongeBob had the chance to ascend even earlier as the God of Hamburgers after beating King Neptune in a cooking duel, but refused once he was told that he couldn't bring his best friend Patrick with him at the time.
  • SpongeBob is well-acquainted with all the deities originated from the Nickelodeon universe. In fact, he is even seen as a sort of leader by them, despite the presence of powerhouses like avatars Aang and Korra. This might because of all the attention he receives in their own universe.
  • Dog from CatDog is particularly loyal to him, probably because they sound similar.
    • SpongeBob's own voice has also allowed him to form Odd Friendships with Spyro the Dragon and The Ice King. It's not every day that people see a talking, cheerful sponge befriend a little, cocky dragon and an insane, old wizard.
    • However, SpongeBob appears to be scared of Uncle Howee, who he finds too creepy even for him. Even stranger is that SpongeBob thinks Howee looks a lot like his #1 fan Patchy The Pirate, which makes things even creepier for him.
  • SpongeBob has tried to befriend every cephalopod deity in the Pantheon with mixed results. Octodad reminds him of his old "pal" Squidward and they seem to get along nicely, The Inklings think he is fresh enough thanks to being "pals" with this Squidward figure that keeps popping up on street art in their world, Ika Musume likes him on virtue of him being a sea creature in the first place. SpongeBob also received a magic conch shell fossil as a gift from Omastar, using it frequently to tell him what he can do or not and occasionally worshipping it as a greater deity called "Lord Helix".
    • The more malevolent cephalopods are not very fond of SpongeBob though. Blooper dislikes sponges as one was once used to defeat its superior, Gooper Blooper. Cthulhu doesn't appear to scary him at all, and his presence annoys the ancient God. The Kraken once tried to eat SpongeBob, but spat him out for being talkatively obnoxious while inside its stomach. Ursula was busy preparing a new magic potion, but SpongeBob's well-intentioned ditziness made Ursula screw up the recipe and have it all backfire on her, causing her to send her eel henchmen, Flotsam & Jetsam, after SpongeBob.
    • The worst would be his relationship with Davy Jones. It all started when SpongeBob came to the legendary pirate in order to return all the dirty gym socks that were left inside Jones' locker, which ended up with Patrick accidentally showering the pirate with them. Davy Jones swore revenge at both SpongeBob and Patrick for that.
  • He is a big fan of Aquaman (Arthur Curry), although the Atlantian is a bit confused on why SpongeBob keeps referring to him as "Mermaid Man".
    • He and Patrick once tried to befriend Kingdra, Aquaman's partner, in order to ride her around. After several attempts and Dragon Pulses to the face, they eventually succeeded.
  • Sometimes, SpongeBob joins Ariel in spontaneous musical numbers at the House of Music. The numbers are usually a hit or a miss as SpongeBob tends to vary between being an amazing singer or an atrocious one.
  • Oddly enough, despite being a confirmed asexual (never mind about him having an actual gender in the first place. The House of Knowledge is still conducting studies about this), SpongeBob has a curious attraction for the fishman known as Rikuo, as such, he sometimes tries to act as a sort of manservant, competing with Patrick.
  • While strolling around the Pantheon one day, he eventually had a Random Encounter against Undyne, who challenged him to a duel. Unfortunately for SpongeBob, it was one of those days where he could barely lift a teacup, so he stood no chance against her. He did, however, challenge her to a rematch, which she accepted. As such, SpongeBob is now training every day by practicing his karate at the House of Combat and working his muscle mass by lifting plushies.
  • He and Patrick tend to get along with Steven really well, usually dragging him along on for some fun, reckless antics, much to Pearl's chagrin.
    • Things didn't get better when SpongeBob casually mentioned that Pearl reminded him of his whale friend who also shares the name "Pearl".
  • SpongeBob, being a lover of karate, has found a sparring partner in Makoto Nanaya at the House of Combat. He thinks Makoto resembles a lot his squirrel friend Sandy Cheeks, except for the lack of an astronaut suit.
    • Through Makoto, SpongeBob has also met Doreen Green, a.k.a Squirrel Girl, who claims that she does know his friend Sandy, having summoned her and several members of her family once in order to defeat Doctor Doom (again).
    • The Engineer also claims to have met a super smart, karate squirrel back in Texas, although he admits it could have been a hallucination caused by him accidentally ingesting a piece of peyote cactus.
  • SpongeBob is works at the House of Food under Bob Belcher, who thinks the sponge is a talented fry cook, albeit a bit too eccentric.
    • He also has a side job selling chocolate bars to deities around the Pantheon alongside his best friend Patrick. Needless to say, they had some trouble [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Rfiq_cwYf4 when they tried to sell some to the more...unstable members of the Pantheon. Mainly those with an unhealthy desire for chocolate.
    • Being the workaholic he is, he also has another side job restoring certain parts of the Pantheon, working alongside Mordecai and Rigby and under Benson. The gumball machine admires the sponge's dedication to his job (unlike a certain blue jay and raccoon), although he often gets annoyed by SpongeBob's more childish traits and occasional clumsiness. SpongeBob himself loves working with Mordecai and Rigby, even though the latter two barely do any work at all.
  • SpongeBob once made a hilarious Light Yagami impression during a skit at the House of Theater, which everybody loved, except Light himself of course, who was not amused at being mocked by a talking sponge.
  • SpongeBob sometimes gets into debates with other mascots about who has the most popular and profitable franchise, although those tend to get nowhere.
  • SpongeBob has an almost paralyzing fear of the Butterfly of Paradise known as Morpho Knight. The reasons for this are twofold. Firstly, the Butterfly looks hauntingly similar to "the monster" that ate his "late" friend Wormy and "terrorized" Bikini Bottom. Secondly, the Butterfly is a harvester of souls, specifically the souls of people who have died but come back or have moved past the point when they should have died, and SpongeBob has suffered a Disney Death before and come back...

Demigods

    Old Spice Man 
The Old Spice Man, God of Nonsensically Awesome Commercials (Isaiah Mustafa, The Man Your Man Could Smell Like)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: Old Spice Body Wash
  • Alignment: Uncertain, depending on what he can do at the time.
  • Portfolio: Memetic Badass, Mr. Fanservice, Memetic Mutation, Nonsensical Advertisements, Deadpan Snarkers, Large Ham
  • Domain: Commercial, Bathing
  • Followers: Ladies, Men, Camels who love wednesdays
  • Friendly Rivalry with: Terry Crews
  • Enemies: Those who use lady-scented body wash, Albert Wesker.
  • He's on a horse (backwards).
  • Surprise, he's actually on a mountaintop playing those sweet "sha-la-las" you love to hear.
  • Can turn tickets into diamonds.
  • Asks any ladies to 'look at her man, then back to him, now back to her man, now back to him'… before starting an awesome conversion.
  • While he was flattered that Wesker would parody him, being a good man he is, he is not amused with Wesker's evil acts and, in a deadpan tone, wishes that Old Uroboros wouldn't sell.
  • One of his followers revealed a parody of his commercial starring [[{{Magic and Sorcery Madoka]]. She chuckled after watching it. Her friends had different reactions, though. Kyoko laughed raucously at the ridiculousness. Mami smiled at its silliness. Sayaka and Homura agreed that it was insulting to Madoka as it also promoted Kyubey. The Incubator was amused and hoped to use this to lure girls into making Contracts but was…forcibly prevented. Charlotte…turned away in shame, as cake was why she ended up a Witch in the first place.
  • It's rumored by some that he is actually an Overdeity hiding his true power. The Old Spice Man has laughed at the idea and denied it — it's just that his manly scent is so overpowering to even the greatest gods of the Pantheon that it distorts their view of his other abilities.
  • There's actually another Old Spice Man in existence, a constantly-shouting bald muscleman who loves showing off his muscles and yelling mostly about "POWEEEEERRRR!!!!" (unrelated to one of Emperor Palpatine's more infamous moments). Both the ascended Old Spice Man and this man have been seen in the same space, often engaged in contests of one-upmanship, and might be debating who should get to sit on the throne...or whether they should share.
    • At least, until that man decided to occupy another spot with a suitable trope so they can continue their rivalry in the Pantheon proper.
    Isaiah: It's YOU.
    Terry: IT'S ME! OHHHH- *Terry morphs into a shark with Terry's head and charges at Isaiah only to get blocked by a glass wall*
    Isaiah: Not today, mister.

Quasideities

    The GEICO Gecko 

15 minutes can save you 15% or more on car insurance

The GEICO Gecko, Patron God of Advertising Campaigns

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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: The GEICO logo
  • Theme Song: Doesn't really have one, but reluctantly chose "Somebody's Watching Me"
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Herald: Other famous characters from the company, including but not limited to Maxwell the Pig, the GEICO Cavemen, Kash and Hump Day Camel among many others
  • High Priestess: Flo from Progressive, even though they're from competing companies
  • Domain: Advertising, Reptiles, Insurance
  • Portfolio: Advertising Campaigns, Mascot of the company, Deadpan Snarker, Hollywood Chameleon,
  • Allies: The House of Anthropomorphic Animals, the House of Travel, Fred Flintstone, Babe, any homeowners in the Pantheon, Aurora, any superheroes in the Pantheon, the Blorg
  • Enemies: The House of Ruins and Destruction, the House of Crime, Sideshow Bob
  • Opposes: Bigby Wolf, most of the House of Reptiles, except for the TMNT, Wile E. Coyote and the Roadrunner
  • Rival: Segata Sanshiro
  • The small and charming gecko one day appeares and challenges Segata Sanshiro for his position. The Pantheon as a whole favors the gecko with the reasoning that Sanshiro only appeared for one year while the gecko has appeared for much, much, much longer and more numerous commercials than him and thus give the former the position while Sanshiro was given a new position of Abusive Advertising.
    • Sanshiro was NOT happy with losing his position. He tried to get back at the gecko by trying to step on it when the latter was still mortal, which the gecko retaliates by trying to bite any body parts of Sanshiro he is able to reach. Fortunately, the Pantheon was able to intervene before any serious damage was done. The two have been rivals ever since.
  • A representative of the GEICO auto-mobile and homeowners insurance, the gecko has extensive relationship with many homeowners and the House of Travel in the Pantheon.
    • However, his position as representative of an insurance company has earned him the ire of the House of Ruins and Destruction as well as the House of Crime since, according to them, he and his company "took out the joy of destroying properties".
  • Dissociates himself with the House of Reptiles since he thinks many of them are too destructive and is bad for his reputation. The only one he is willing to talk to is the TMNT, even though he is sometimes confused by their lifestyle.
  • He is one surprisingly good terms with most superheroes since the superheroes job creating a lot of need for Hero Insurance paid for by their world's government, something which he is happy to provide. The fact that he sounds like one is just a bonus.
  • Because the gecko represent the GEICO company as a whole, the gecko has many different heralds from his company in order to run the temple for him when he is busy making a new commercial. These heralds has made him many allies in the Pantheon. Most notably Babe, a friend of Maxwell the Pig and Fred Flintstone, whose followers is the GEICO cavemen.
  • He has an extensive network of connection with many fairy tales characters since his company put out quite a few ads that parody classical fairy tales. Of notes is his friendship with Princess Aurora since he pities her being cursed and unable to wake up unlike the Sleeping Beauty of his world while being wary of Bigby Wolf since the guy blew down an entire house in his warpath.
  • Has nothing but disgust for Sideshow Bob because of Bob's destructive behavior, threatening children and voice that sounds similar to him.
  • Form a solid relationship with the Blorg race after the aliens mistook him for another ally aliens. The gecko is interested in their culture and selling spaceship insurance for them while the Blorg have an interesting specimen to study.
  • Grows to dislike Wile E. Coyote and Roadrunner because of their destructive tendency after an encounter with the two of them.
  • Most people who visit his temples are unnerved when encounter Kash standing in a corner and just staring at them while wearing a paper note that said "This is the money you could have saved with GEICO". It happens often enough that the gecko made a designated area for Kash in order to not freak out visitors.

    The Trix Rabbit 
The Trix Rabbit, God Of Commercials That Encourage Bad Behavior (Silly Rabbit, Tricks)
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  • Quasidiety
  • Symbol: A bowl of Trix and a cup of Trix Yogurt
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Harmless Villain, Butt-Monkey, Wears Easy To See Through Disguises, Always Fails
  • Domains: Cereal, Yogurt, Breakfast, Rabbits, Sadism
  • High Priests: Sonny the Cuckoo Bird, Chip the Wolf, The Crazy Good Kids, Toucan Sam, The Craver, Lucky The Leprechaun
  • Allies: Anyone who lets him have a bowl of Trix, Bugs Bunny, Wile. E Coyote, Miltank, Nostalgia Critic
  • Enemies: Anyone who does not let him have a bowl of Trix and taunts him while doing so, Calvin, The Trix, all members of the GUAE Trollkaiger
  • The gods noticed one day that there was no one occupying the Cereal Vice Reward trope. They also noticed a surprising lack of Trix cereal and yogurt at the House of Food. When they investigated the cause, they found that this rabbit had stolen it all. He was eventually forced to give it all back, but some gods took pity on him after learning that he was constantly bullied by children from his world who never let him have Trix, even after he bought some with his own money, and so they gave him his own temple.
  • The Rabbit can often be found trying to steal Trix from people. Sometimes the gods are nice and let him do so, but sometimes they aren't and stop his attempt and taunt him by saying, "Silly Rabbit, Trix are for gods!"
  • Every year there is an election in the US, the gods allow the Rabbit to eat a bowl of Trix unimpeded. They have scrapped having votes because it's clear that the Rabbit would always get an overwhelmingly high Yes vote.
    • On some days, though, the GUAE has the members of the Trollkaiger steal it anyway and make him look even more pathetic. When this happens, he usually spends the rest of the day sulking in his temple, refusing to speak to anyone. Some gods asked him if he would like to punish the Trollkaiger for messing with him, but he replied that he was not a violent rabbit.
  • Some gods have suggested letting the Rabbit buy his own Trix from the House of Food. The Rabbit replied that he didn't think that was any fun or sneaky, and he likes being both. However, it should be worth noting that at one point he did by his own Trix, but the kids stole it anyway.
  • In another sick event while he was mortal, the Rabbit did actually buy some Trix on his own.... But his milk carton was empty. He has since made certain to buy milk to go along with any Trix he gets. He gets it from Miltank, who doesn't mind helping after hearing how badly he was treated while he was mortal.
    • When the Nostalgia Critic was looking through commercials to review one day, he saw that paticular incident. Viewing the people who made it as bad as the kids who constantly tormented the Rabbit while he was mortal, he decided to help the Rabbit get Trix whenever he could.
  • It was discovered that once the Rabbit got Bugs' help to try to steal some Trix, but even this was not enough to actually get a bowl. Still, he remains on good terms with Bugs.
  • Once, when Calvin was eating some Trix, the Rabbit tried to steal it from him. He wasn't successful, and was humiliated thoroughly after being forced to play Calvinball and finding it extremely confusing. The Rabbit still isn't over that.
  • After hearing that there were a god known as the Trix, the Rabbit tried to go over and see if they were the cereal. However, Icy, Stormy, and Darcy were none too pleased with the Rabbit, viewing him as an oddball. The Rabbit ended up being blasted by magic and forced to retreat, later making sure to stay well away from their temple.
  • The Rabbit has often tried to get Wile E. Coyote to help him with his schemes to steal Trix, but, unfortunately, Wile. E's reputation for failure proceeds him and things just get worse whenever he does. Notably, the Rabbit insists that he cannot eat Trix if it is blown up, but Wile. E still insists on using explosives.

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