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Welcome to the House of Ambiguity. In ages past, this was originally the House of Heroes, a paradise for the best of the best, where sweet wine flowed from elaborate fountains and adoring fans catered to tired crusaders for good, a place of relaxation and celebration where no evil and very few neutral feet dared to tread. It was where the defenders of the weak went to unwind, where the most empathic went to spend a little time away from angst, where a hero could just have a bit of guilt-free fun and take a load off, free of woes. In its heyday, it was the most appealing House in the Pantheon.

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All things must come to an end. Sickened with the fetid hovel that was the House of Villains, a place infested with fleas and bastard understudies where the food was always burned or sulfurous, and where the cushions had lumps, those who sided with Evil banded together and revolted. This started the Pantheon's second great war, which raged within all the Houses and consumed nearly all who were not Neutral. There were casualties on every side, and most of the Houses existing at the time were decimated. Both sides appealed to Dream until at last He hit the Reset Button and issued a decree that "the Houses of Heroes and Villains are to be merged, now stop bothering me".

This was long enough ago that very few of today's deities were there to see it. Today the House used to accept heroes and villains alike, as well as a handful with the Neutral alignment. It was neither particularly luxurious nor unpleasant - a visitor looking for those aspects is directed to the House of Love or the House of Hatred. Infighting was prevalent in this house, although not to quite the extent of House of War. The only reason why the whole place wasn't been completely demolished is thanks to the fact that no matter how catastrophic the fight, and no matter how many heroes and villains were involved, nothing ever changes.

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Due to a decree by the Creators, the house was resplit, with only the neutral remaining here (for now). The House of Ambiguity is currently ruled by "The Council of Four" consisting of Lucifer, Guts, Mr. Freeze, and Lambdadelta, with Wreck-it Ralph and the Ones being the mediators of this house.

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The Council of Four

The Four Guards of the House of Ambiguity.

    Guts 
Guts, God of Anti-Heroism (The Hundred-Man Slayer, The Black Swordsman)
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    Lambdadelta 
Lambdadelta, Goddess of Wild Card Morality (Witch of Certainty)
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    Lucifer 
Lucifer, Celestial Being of Polite Villains and Founding Chairman of the Grand United Alliance of Chaos (Helel, The Lightbringer, Morningstar, Prince of Darkness, The Great Darkness, The Demon Lord, Louis Cypher, The Rebel King of Hell, Blond child, Old gentlemen in a wheelchair, Louisa Ferre, Blonde Young Man, Six-Winged Lord of Dem, Excellency, Satan)
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Helel 
His demonic form 
Louis Cyphre 
During Nocturne 
As Louisa Ferre 
During Raidou Kuzunoha II 
During IMAGINE 
In Megami Tensei I 
In Persona 1/Card Summoner 
In Devil Children 
  • Overdeity of Chaos
  • Symbol: A pair of Angelic and Demonic Wings
  • Theme Music: Chaos Theme (IV), Lord of the Netherworld, The Final Battle, Last Decision, VS Last, Lucifer I and Lucifer II, Lucifer Palace, Lucifer Battle (Megami Tensei I)
  • Alignment: Pure Chaos, which translates out to Chaotic Good or Chaotic Neutral for those who consider him an example to follow, and Chaotic Evil for those who disagree with him.
  • Portfolio: Louis Cypher, Bonus Bosses, Magnificent Bastardry, Absolute Destruction of Law, Superpowered Challenges, Crippling Attacks, Manipulative Bastards, Batman Gambits, Bishonens, Noble Demons, Challenging Ordinary People To Pursue Their Dreams, Utopia Justifies the Means, Not Being Straight-Up Evil, Summoned by The Power of Friendship, Being a Mysterious Backer, The Unfettered, Might Makes Right, Ambiguously Evil, Wild Card, The Sacred Darkness
  • Domains: Freedom, Chaos, Manipulation, Humanity, Change, Ambition
  • High Priestess: Lucifina/Daystar
  • Heralds: Setsuna Kai and Mirai Kaname, Alex (children)
  • Allies:
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Asura
  • Rivals: Lucifer views everyone and anything as competition, even his own allies. Though people like the Sailor Chaos and Lord Chaos
  • Enemies:
  • People Who Impress Him: David Bowie, Shu Shirakawa, Kenshiro, Lina Inverse, Isaac, Kokichi Oma, Quackity, Bayonetta
  • Secretly Watching: Zero (Drakengard), Dante Sparda, Kouta Kazuraba/Kamen Rider Gaim, The Doctor, Lelouch vi Brittania
  • Trying to Influence: Aleph, Flynn, Nanashi, Kazuya, Kazuya Minegishi and Hibiki Kuze, Raidou Kuzunoha the XIV, Embyron Tribe, Investigation Team, S.E.E.S., Sumaru City Persona Users, St. Hermelin Students
  • Uneasy Relations: Phantom Thieves of Hearts
  • Conflicting Opinion: The Four Chaos Gods, Discord, Yuuki Terumi
  • Opposes: Judge Dredd
  • The elusive leader of the Chaos forces in the MegaTen universe, it would have only been natural for him to make way towards the Pantheon where his base of operations now resides. It is still unknown if Lucifer created or merely represents the idea of Chaos in his multiverse but his origin is not that important compared to what he has planned. The grand goal Lucifer seeks to achieve is the absolute freedom all sentient beings; to have a reality where the individual can reach their fullest potential by not being held down by the chains of Order; where every man, woman and child can do as they please. He's utterly ruthless in his actions, but make no mistake: he—for good or bad reasons—is with humanity all the way.
  • For a better example on what world Lucifer wants, it would be essentially Hell on Earth by any normal circumstances. Where Rape, Pillage, and Burn would most likely thrive and the weak will be snuffed out and forced to fight for themselves. Lucifer would like to point out that rioting behavior like this happens every century in human history, and that he is only aiding humanity in making a world where they can get all these primal feelings out there without punishment. He argues at least in this hell, you have a choice in comparison to the World of Silence YHVH would use to crush anybody who so much as question why things are the way they are.
  • Is aware of the infinite potential of humanity, which is why Lucifer has tried his damndest to coax others on his side. Even if he had legions upon legions of demons at his call, Lucifer knows that unless he has at least one human champion, he does not stand a chance against YHVH. He has met every single one of the MegaTen protagonists in one shape or another and it seems like he would not stop doing so anytime soon. The Pantheon only broadened the people he could spy upon to hope to have them see like he does and join him in his rebellion against Order.
    • Regarding his relationships with them, Lucifer has yet to have a stable relationship with any of these messiahs barring a few. He fell out of Kazuya's good graces after he has sicced demons on him, something Lucifer apologized for and claims it was a Secret Test (does not help this Kazuya went full-on Neutral). Aleph is close enough to be called a personal friend as they both had the one common enemy in YHVH's regime. Even then Aleph is quite ambivalent around Lucifer, hoping not to be paraded as his champion. Then there is Naoki Kashima, who will be spoken about later. Lucifer did not meet Flynn, as the samurai only met Satan's clone of him (to be fair, Satan did pull off his character extremely well to be near indistinguishable) but regardless, principal still applies that he could have been a champion of Chaos. Nanashi, while opposed to Order and Chaos is still trying to be won over by Lucifer as having him on the side of Chaos would be amazing (Dagda is making sure that doesn’t happen). Lucifer does have Tadano Hitonari on his side, two of them exactly who followed the paths of Chaos. Lucifer is more buddying with the New Chaos Tadano while the other is a bit too nuts for his tastes.
  • Do not mistake him for Satan as modern Biblical interpretations would tell. You'd piss off both Lucifer and Satan this way. Regardless, Lucifer does hold respect and appreciation for Satan for being so lawful, he'd oppose his Lord if he was caught breaking his own rules, even fighting alongside together against YHVH and being paired up as Personas. Though in the Pantheon as of now, they are enemies on completely opposing sides, especially when he learned Satan was pretending to be him in Domed Tokyo and now people think that he was was Satan the entire time as well. It is a confusion that even his council had to be reminded was not the case, so Satan can go to hell for that.
  • Can appear as anything that would suit his causes, whether be it angel, demon, or human. He can even change his gender for no reason other than a nice change of pace. Refers to himself as male for the most part and his main human form resembles David Bowie. Likely because Lucifer really likes David Bowie's music.
  • Was the reason why the Demi-Fiend is as powerful as it is, which is helped Lucifer’s case on proving he was Overdeity-level on par with Arbiter Satan. Kashima was always meant to be this horrendously powerful weapon against YHVH, with Lucifer hoping through the Amala Network to find a Kashima who will finally embrace Chaos completely. While the Demi-Fiend is allies with Lucifer all the way up to the GUAC, even he is a bit cautious over what the Morningstar has planned for him to the point he's not even an official member yet in spite of his prominence.
  • Likes showing up to challenge others who interest him, not bothering to be involved in what is happening in one universe but wanting to provide them main players of those worlds a challenge to see if their convictions are strong enough. Lucifer is absolute hell to fight against when he really itches for a fight but will be impressed by the end after all is said and done after his defeat, even loaning his power to his defeaters to use.
  • Really wants to influence the Persona universe but holds back for now, thinking humanity has its own issues to deal with in the human consciousness as it is. He does however aid Persona users somewhat by having both his angelic and demonic forms be present in the Sea of Souls to be used. Though his initial form as a Persona did look a bit off from what we see him as now.
    • As interesting as Persona users are, Lucifer is most interested in the Phantom Thieves, seeing them as a direct response to the corruption Order is society has. The Phantom Thieves, while not outright hostile to Lucifer do not agree with his goals and methods, going so far as to say that Lucifer is what would happen if they go too far. Lucifer outright laughed at their accusation.
      Lucifer: Oh please! You have been ostracized and kicked to the dirtside by this so-called society you want to protect! Listen to me Phantom Thieves: as long as this society exists, then you will be locked in a Forever War as eternal as my war with YHVH. You have the power to bring a new social upheaval where oppressed others like yourselves can build something for themselves that wouldn't be allowed in the old system! Believe me, if you continue to fight for what the people want and not your own desires, then you will all be part of a machine that would exploit you until you're all dry.
  • Both Philemon and Nyarlathotep have Lucifer's respect for representing the moral paths humans have though he became enemies with when it turned out they were both pretty apathetic to humanity despite their attempts on trying to influence them. Lucifer gave a great Rousing Speech on how they foolishly underestimate humans and how that humans do not need two beings like them trying to decide their fate from the shadows.
  • Is enemies of the Divine Powers despite them almost sharing the same amount of hate they have for YHVH. This is all because Lucifer knows that if the Divine Powers somehow managed to defeat YHVH, they will become the Top Gods themselves and just control humanity like he did in the end. That is a hypocrisy Lucifer cannot stand and hopes that if they do reach YHVH, they will just be handed the beatdown of a lifetime.
  • The ascension of YHVH and Lucifer to the Main House and the creation of their respective Alliances caused a massive shift in power in the Pantheon. This caused several deities from the GUAE and the GUAG to move to their side after they seeing their ideals match with theirs. This was initially met with uproar but like most things, people have gotten used to it. This did usher a few more Alliances to be created afterward, a fault that can be directly tied to what they have done. Lucifer finds that being Kicked Upstairs is detrimental to his efforts on manipulation as many eyes are upon him especially when his name would be one of the first people would see.
  • His rise to power in the Pantheon coincided with another person's: Homura Akemi. After Homura had stolen Madoka's godliness and sent the entire Pantheon into a upheaval from the likes that have not been seen, he then saw this as a ripe opportunity to influence her after seeing the unawakened Chaos within her. Appearing to her as a Magical Girl himself when Homura was enveloped with guilt, he convinced her that thanks to the GUAG's influence, Madoka became too foolhardy and would be a target of the many enemies she had made if she was kept in power, so taking away her power from her would be the only way to guarantee her safety. Homura bought into the argument, questioning Lucifer on what his idea would be on making sure Homura herself is not under threat and that she can still continue protecting Madoka from the shadows. Lucifer smiled, and discussed about the creation of a certain Alliance where like-minded people like them could call upon each other for protection...
  • The creation of the GUAC was something Lucifer had a difficult time working on as it needed to represent Chaos while not becoming a complete mess or worse, betraying its purpose for structure. It seems though he was successful on making sure it checked all boxes. Members have to go through a test called the Gauntlet where they have face an onslaught of puzzles and demons and survive until they reach the end of the test. Each one being unique to prevent cheating. While the GUAC does place members in different groups, the assignments they are given do not rely on specific instructions: just the needed results. Asides from the heads of groups, there is no military hierarchy of any kind so Klingon Promotion isn’t very effective (though accepted if you are going after higher-ups). Lucifer does not even ask for their loyalty, just their willingness to help out.
    • On the subject of the Lords of Chaos, Lucifer saw it fit not to make himself as head image or even commander of his Alliance, opting to make a council of various figures who know a thing or two about planning things out like him. Though instead of being like a traditional democracy, they all just do their own thing and formally gather to discuss matters that are a concern to all of them. Their dynamic end up being very casual in compared to other Alliances and somehow a good chunk of their meetings end with them playing Tabletop Games. No, he is not opening up more commanding positions. The table is filled enough as it is.
  • Has a cordial relationship with the Chaos Gods, though he is a bit exasperated that they're stuck in the worst of their respective emotions instead of becoming entities of true Chaos and fully encompassing the entire spectrum of the emotions they are supposed to embody. At this point, Lucifer wants to head in and become a Chaos God himself if it meant getting these four to do something.
    • Has a similar relationship with Discord. Each respects the other's dedication to breaking up the sovereignty of the local Top God in favor of absolute Chaos, but Discord finds Lucifer's interest in humanity's potential boring while Lucifer finds Discord woefully undermotivated. Does not help Discord has become much nicer thanks to budding friendships he had made, making him quite more softer than what Lucifer would like to have.
  • On the other hand, he does not get along with Melkor at all since Melkor believes that Chaos should be all about causing infinite destruction and suffering for the sheer sake of it and sees humanity as nothing more than a mere plaything. Lucifer just sadly shakes his head and muses on "wasted potential". Holds the same feelings towards Nekron who's Alliance merely seeks the death of everything, something Lucifer cannot allow since while the madness before creation is fun, there is room for madness in life as well.
    • Despite holding truly antagonistic feelings toward YHVH and Melkor, Lucifer has noted he doesn't feel the same way toward Cosmos: while he acknowledges her as an adversary and has no intention of losing the War of the Alliances to her, he respects her quite a bit, and has noted that if someone besides him absolutely had to be the winner of the War, he would much rather it be her than the others. After all, she too acknowledges the dignity of sentient beings and respects their right to freedom, while Melkor and YHVH are both, as he put it, "on a self-indulgent ego trip". Despite Lucifer's opinion toward her, Cosmos does not reciprocate; she holds nothing but disdain for the Great Darkness.
  • Sees Luka as a son... literally. Apparently, Luka's mother is Lucifer's equivalent in his universe, so it's no surprise that Lucifer dotes on him (even making his mother High Priest out of kindness). It may have to do with Luka reminding him of his children who rescued him from the forces of Law and since those children are not in the Pantheon, he has Luka act as his Replacement Goldfish for them. While Luka is rather thankful for Lucifer's attempts at having a parent relationship with him, he would rather be with the forces of Good rather than Chaos. Lucifer respected his decision though he did managed to rope his wife into becoming a Lord of Chaos much to Luka's chagrin. To rub it in harder, Lucifer always becomes female whenever Luka was around to act as his mom.
  • His true goals are actually much grander than one would think. While Lucifer would want nothing more than to rid of all authority of any kind, he knows that as long as humans crave for civilization, Order will always be present. So Lucifer wishes to free humans from Orderly concepts like standards, morals, and submissiveness that leads to oppressors using those concepts as stairways to get in power. The only way for Lucifer to rid of these things is that with his armies, he will not only destroy YHVH but go after the Great Will itself. A reminder that the Great Will is STRONGER than YHVH and is basically Above the Gods in his universe. Lucifer knows he will be erased from reality itself the moment he steps foot in front of it, so he's playing the long game and hoping something comes up that will be enough to take it on. Even if that takes the entire lifespan of universes to do, he will defeat the Axiom and bring a new reality where Order does not exist anymore or go down trying.
    • Stephen being a personal friend of the Great Will/Axion might feel concerned with what Lucifer wants to do but he isn't particularly threatened in any way. Stephen is just impressed that Lucifer is willing to go that far for Chaos and his faith that humanity will help him reach that height as rather inspiring. Lucifer, while knowing Stephen is in his way is aware that the wheelchair-bound man is too strong, even for him. So whenever Stephen comes up, Lucifer always tries to act as polite as he could so that Stephen won't One-Hit Kill him.
  • Sick to death of people asking him if he plays the fiddle. For the record, he doesn't, and for a while couldn't for the life of him think of why people kept asking him such a frankly inane question. Eventually, Beelzebub told him, and to everyone's surprise, the “fiddle song” became a favorite of his: the idea of a human beating him in a fiddle duel with nothing but his own skill, having the gall to call him a "son of a bitch" and saying he welcomes a rematch at any time was incredible. He still has no intention of learning to play the fiddle himself.
  • Does not hold anything against Madoka despite playing a big role in having her divinity stolen for the foreseeable future. In fact, Lucifer has nothing but respect for her for getting rid of her corrupted cycle of death and essentially giving the middle-finger to physics itself by becoming a goddess. While harboring no feelings of malice towards her, she and so many, and we mean many, Magical Girls despise him for what making Homura completely defect to his side. He did feel a little remorse after seeing all of their morale drain. At the same time, their spiraling depression over the incident has more or less erased the regret Lucifer had in his mind for doing all of this.
    Lucifer: Is it not reasonable that Hope be tested and shattered if found wanting?. All I see are you girls moping around and trying to pick up the pieces of what your great leader had brought. That is the dictionary example of pathetic. If you are truly strong like her, then this setback should only push your resolve! If I suddenly vanished, my forces would push on without me! Can I say the same for any of you still waiting for a savior to come like a convenience?
  • Spies upon the Doctor now and again after witnessing the Doctor will put the entirety of time and space at risk to help others if he had to, against his own Time Lord doctrine. Is waiting for the moment the Doctor leaves the universe as a mess again so he can take over the show from there.
  • Is allies with Mem Aleph and would have inducted her into his ranks... if she weren’t batshit insane enough as it is. While she despises YHVH as much as he does, her plans on making humanity revert back to primates [[are too much even for his tastes]]. He wants humans to actually have choice in that matter and sees that action not unlike how YHVH takes the free will of others. Regardless, he remains in touch with her even after his rather dour opinions were told right in front of her face, something she does not care about since her morality is entirely different from his.
  • Sees the Tokyo Lockdown incident as proof that humans’ truly just want Chaos once they’re pushed over the edge. Naoya who basically started the whole incident is by Lucifer all the way when it comes down to taking down YHVH (not trusting or joining him though out of wisdom). Both of them are trying to convince Kazuya to go full One-Winged Angel against YHVH as he is one of the few who are capable on standing toe to toe with the Lord himself.
  • His alignment is pure Chaos. Whether that is Chaotic Good, Chaotic Neutral, or Chaotic Evil spectrums, he won’t judge as long as the people on this spectrum try to overthrow as many governing systems as possible. Lucifer does not mind those who like causing mayhem For the Evulz but there has to be a purpose to all of that in his mind and spreading said Chaos like Junko Enoshima and Vaatu have would get you on his good side unlike someone say Terumi who just wants to Troll for the sake of doing so without any grander scheme in mind.
  • Asura and Lucifer butt heads occasionally, especially after the Great Upheaval. They both agree that Might Makes Right and people should get off their asses but Asura believes it is the righteous' duty to defend the weak, something Lucifer does not care about. Lucifer had told him that he can do as much protection as he likes, just make sure that the weak he's defending actually become useful later on if they can't reach his level. Asura agreed and is trying to teach Madoka how to fight again even without her magic to deliver the Karma Houdini Warranty Lucifer needs to receive. Oops.
  • Has finally encountered someone capable of astounding even him in Shu Shirakawa, who managed to temporarily annihilate both his and YHVH's unoccupied temples with his Neo Granzon upon his arrival in the Pantheon. Lucifer seems genuinely confused as to why a man of such utter unpredictability is choosing to oppose rather than side with him. Shu for his part, claims that he finds any deity who manipulates others for their cause, be they Lawful or Chaotic, to be a great personal offense to him and promises to send him, the Great Will, Nyarlathotep, Melkor, the four Chaos Gods and anyone else he deems distasteful to the inescapable oblivion of going beyond the event horizon of a black hole, someday. This did not have the desired reaction; instead, Shu only received raucous applause from Lucifer. His goal is to free humankind from the yoke of all Gods, not rule it! Should Shu manage to enact such a feat without harming the human spirit, Lucifer has agreed to go quietly into his can. Now the matter remains of proving this is possible...
  • Rather bemused by how Jeanne d’Arc always itches to fight him after being told by her Lord that Lucifer wants nothing more to bring anarchy to not just the world and the heavens themselves and should be treated as a high priority target. Lucifer would like to say that is propaganda... honest propaganda but propaganda nonetheless. Would rather be in the company of her eviler self, as she is everything that the current Jeanne d’Arc is missing for him.
  • Has taken an interest in Isaac after seeing the boy had a demonic Fallen Angel form and the reason for Isaac’s descent into the depths of insanity was because of his insanely religious mother. He would take the boy under his wing and treat him as a son but seeing as Isaac is too emotionally unstable to influence, Lucifer is bidding his time to when he will be able to have Isaac’s potential fully realized without becoming mentally damaged.
  • Quite cautious of Sora after seeing him try to convince Homura to return to the side of Good. While unsuccessful, Lucifer knows that he’s just planted that seed of guilt in Homura’s mind; guilt that she cannot afford to have. Despite being annoyed with the Keybearer, he respects him being able to juggle so many allies across different worlds and felt that the Pantheon wouldn’t be the same now that he’s vanished.
  • Currently watches Bayonetta after she defeated all of the creator deities in her universe like it was just another day for her (killing primarily angels might have helped). Bayonetta is quite interested with what the GUAC has going on but frankly, sees it better for her to do her own schtick. Lucifer respected her decision, knowing maybe its for the best she does not develop a reason to go after him at some point.
  • Despite Gaea’s mixed feelings on humanity, she’s friends with Lucifer for both of them wanting an Earth where it isn’t completely screwed over by a shitty little thing like capitalism and both think if humans want something to burn to the ground, it should be their own monuments and not nature. Congratulated her on the creation of the GUAN and hopes they can still maintain a friendly relationship despite not being listed as competitors.
  • Shares the same name as Lucifer Morningstar. While they’re both quite different, they both appreciate one another’s actions and have poked fun at each other for the fact people confuse them a lot.
  • Has an appreciation for Quackity for being able to be The Leader when it comes to raiding games and sending hordes of people to protest against those attempting to stop them. Though there is a difference between doing something in the online space and doing something in Real Life. He wants Quackity gather his followers and storm the buildings of these game developers and overthrow them to prove that he isn’t a sellout in the slightest. He hopes that one day the raider will heed his advice and start a revolution against corporations... like how Lucifer wants to go after ATLUS eventually.
  • Also has a seat in the Main House.

    Mr. Freeze 
Victor Fries, God of Anti-Villainy (Mr. Freeze, Mr. Zero)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A Doll dancing in a Snow Globe
  • Theme Music: Heart of Ice Medley
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Weapon of Choice: Freeze Ray
  • Portfolios: Highly Sympathetic Villains, Tragic Figures, Those Unable to Feel Emotions, Adaptation Distillation, Mad Scientists, An Ice Person in An Ice Suit
  • Domains: Cold, Destruction, Entropy, Retribution
  • Herald: Killer Frost
  • Avatar: Arnold Schwarzenegger (not that he would like to admit it)
  • Allies: Two-Face, Captain Cold, Ice King, Dr. Manhattan, Ozymandias
  • Friendly Enemies With: Batman (Fries himself doesn't want to admit it), Zuko, Suzaku Kururugi, N Harmonia, Reptile, Mei-Ling Zhou
  • Fries used to share this position with Zuko, until the latter clawed his way back up the slippery slope.
  • Dr. Victor Fries was a cryogenics expert before his wife was stricken with a rare disease. Victor immediately went to work doing whatever it took to save her, cryogenically freezing her in stasis until he could find a cure. When the company withdrew funding of the project, Victor objected and, in the resulting conflict, was exposed to chemicals that changed his biology, rendering him incapable of surviving outside of sub-zero temperatures. Still determined to do whatever it takes to save his wife, Fries built a suit that could keep him alive in warm weather along with his signature Freeze Gun and became the cold-hearted criminal, Mr. Freeze. Fries hardly considers his Godhood a blessing, as despite his lofty position, his repeated appeals to the House of Life and Death end in rejection because, "You're just too interesting." As of such, Victor has only withdrawn into his temple more and more, most likely to dwell in his icy inner sanctum, sad that even here, he can never truly save Nora.
  • As the God of the Anti Villains, Victor receives a good deal of sympathy from the heroes in the Pantheon, particularly from Batman, who visits every so often to try and comfort his Rogue. Victor coldly turns him away most of the time, as his Despair Event Horizon prevents him from ever truly thawing to the side of good.
    • He will never give up on trying to save his wife. His need to keep hope is why he has decided to protect Madoka in "The Pantheonic Rebellion".
  • In truth, there are several incarnations of him. However, more recent incarnations of him have been cast out, due to their more flat characterizations, or Retcons that render the original excuse useless. The Mister Freeze in the Pantheon is his Pre-New 52 self, with shades of his animated incarnation. The pre-new 52 part may be rendered moot as he's back to his original characterization post-Rebirth.
  • Currently holds the 2nd seat on the "Council of Three".
  • Deadpool keeps pestering Victor about making ice-related puns. Even freezing his mouth together doesn't shut Wade up from making constant requests.
  • Freeze and Mei-Ling Zhou respect each other's skills with Cryo technology, but:
    • Mei can understand Freeze's motivations, but is saddened at how he has let it push him down the slippery slope.
    • Freeze respects Mei's ambitions, but her eternal optimism grates with his own dour personality.
  • Is aware that he's weaker than his Central City counterpart. He does respect Cold for being able to reach Absolute Zero with his own freeze ray, and is trying to emulate his fighting style.


The Mediators

    The Ones 
The Ones, Divine Representatives of The Balance Between Good and Evil (The Father: The Force, The Balance, Elegast | The Son: The Dark Side, The Fanged God, Eipha | The Daughter: The Light Side, The Winged Goddess, Niphal)
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From left to right: The Son, The Father, and The Daughter
  • Overdeities
  • Symbol: A mural representing The Ones
  • Alignment: True Neutral (The Father), Chaotic Evil (The Son), Lawful Good (The Daughter)
  • Portfolio: Anthropomorphic Personification of The Force, Balance Between Good and Evil, Badass Family, Humanoid Abomination, Voice of the Legion
  • Domains: Light, Darkness, Balance, Force, Family
  • Superior: George Lucas
  • Herald: The Daughter: Morai
  • Allies: The Celestials, The Overseers of Time and Space
  • Enemies: All ascended Sith, The Flood, The Chaos Gods, YHVH, Lucifer, The GUAD
    • The Father: Darkseid, Thanos, Megatron
    • The Son: All of The Daughter's allies
    • The Daughter: All of The Son's allies
  • Complicated Relationship: The Entire Skywalker family
  • There's always a form of struggle in the world. Between Good and Evil, Order and Chaos, Life and Death, Light and Darkness. One of the most famous examples is with the Jedi and Sith in the world of Star Wars. But before there was the Empire, the Republic, before even the Sith and Jedi, there were "The Ones". A family of three Force Wielders, each embodying an aspect of The Force.
    • The Son: The Dark Side made flesh. Ambitious, selfish, powerful, and dangerous like all who draw on the power of the Dark Side.
    • The Daughter: The Light Side in its purest physical form. Pure, selfless, humble and wise like those who follow the light strive to be.
    • The Father: The embodiment of Balance itself. A master of both Light and Darkness, both selfish and selfless, both cruel and merciful, both wise and powerful.
  • Applies to the Entire Family
    • The ascension of the three Force Wielders did not go unnoticed to the residents of Pantheon. Almost every Jedi, Sith and member from the House of Darkness & Shadow and Light & Brightness had felt their presence upon ascension. Anakin, Obi-Wan and Ahsoka were the most surprised, having seen the three die. Everyone questioned on just how the three had managed to ascend, but they didn't need to wonder for long, because The Celestials had soon arrived. When both members of the Jedi and Sith had appeared in front of The Celestials, not only did they show them a vision of a Mirror Universe, but they had scanned the memories of everyone present. When doing so, they became intrigued with The Force and desired to learn more about it. And so the ancient race had enacted a plan to bring back the Force Wielders in hopes to learning more of The Force.
    • But as quickly the Celestials had appeared, both they and the Force Wielding Family had disappeared. As it turns out, the Living Tribunal had summoned them to the Court of the Gods to see what was to be done with them. Besides the usual members of the court, there were also a number of other gods that held a strong significance in both the Pantheon and Cosmic Hierarchy present, due to the sensitivity of the situation. There was much discussion on what to do with the family, as each member held a strong influence in both Pantheon and it's residents by the nature of both their existence and power. Some thought to recreate Mortis as their temple, ensuring that neither the Son or Daughter would leave and cause untold devastation in their conflict. But the idea was shot down when others realized that an outside force would indefinitely try to break them out, now that their existence was known. It was eventually decreed that the Celestials, as the ones responsible for their ascension, would be made to guard over them. This way each member of the family can move around freely, while having someone capable of keeping them in check. This benefited the Celestials as it means that they can continue to learn more about The Force.
    • Not much is known about the history of The Ones. According to a Killik by the name of Thuruht, the oldest of living member of their race, "The Ones are what the Celestials become". Unfortunately the Killik hive does not make any distinctions between fact and fiction. Anything be it fact, fiction, truth, lies, myth, rumor all are history to the Killik. Was't more interesting is that there is almost nothing about The Ones that even hint to their existence, except for a mural that leads to the World Between Worlds and the Night Sister's religion.
      • As an additional layer of mystery, despite what The Ones are and represent, all three members speak of The Force as something greater then them. Whether this hints to something about them, the Force itself, or even both still remains to be seen. The fact they aren't the only Force entities in the universe helps makes thing more ambiguous.
    • There was one thing that they family had been concerned about. Now that they were once again alive, and were brought in to Pantheon, they were concerned about the possibility of the ascension of The Mother: Abeloth. All three members decided to personally ask for assistance to deal with her should she ever appear. Learning of the danger, both the Jedi and Sith agreed to work together should the time come. The Celestials were also quick to assist as where the SCP Foundation and The Overseers of Time and Space. It's their hope that she never arrives, but the possibility is too critical to ignore.
    • It should come to no surprise that both the Jedi and Sith were heavily interested in The Ones. Their existence is was something completely new to most of them, save for a few. Each member of The Ones have a different opinion/relationship with the two orders.
      • The Father is fairly neutral to both orders, he says that the Sith are one of few who would wish to exploit the power of his family. It's very possible that he's also referring to the Jedi as well. He does have good relationship with Qui-Gon though. As he actively tries to find "balance" in the Force. Same with Revan, but to a lesser extant.
      • The Son has nothing but contempt for both the Sith and the Jedi Order. He wishes for both to be destroyed, mostly so that way there won't be anyone to oppose him in his goal to control the galaxy.
      • The Daughter has made an effort to help the Jedi as much as she's allowed to. Her presence is greatly appreciated, as are her thoughts, opinion and any wisdom she can spare. The Jedi do their best to fallow the light, and view her as a sort of symbolic representation of what they should strive to be. Like the rest of her family, she has a low opinion of the Sith Order. The reason is fairly obvious, but almost no Sith dare try to attack her. It's speculated that her main ally among the Jedi is Ahsoka Tano, with her Herald Morai, acting as a form of Familiar.
    • The Force Wielding family have a very complex relationship with the Skywalker family. Anakin, after realizing that everything on Mortis wasn't a dream, was NOT happy to see The Father again, even more so than he was with The Son. It was The Father who erased Anakin's memory about the future that was to come. Everything he would do, the monster he would become, the innocent people he would hurt, all of it could have been avoided, if it wasn't for The Father. The Father reminded Anakin that he did offer him a chance to save the galaxy, by taking his place to keep The Son and Daughter in balance. He even warned him that not taking his offer, his destiny as he put it, would have terrible consequences in the future. He even reminded him that he freed Anakin from The Son's thrall, when he momentarily gave in thanks to the knowledge of his future. As for the rest of the Skywalker family, he's relatively good terms with them. The Father even thanked Luke for is actions on stopping Abeloth. Luke in turn only has a vague memory of what he's talking about.
      • The Son and Daughter also have a complex relationship with the Skywalkers. The Son still very much wishes to have Anakin/Darth Vader as an ally to help take over the galaxy. What's worse is that not only does he have his sights on Anakin, but also his son Luke Skywalker, and his grandson Ben Solo/Kylo Ren. Anakin/Darth Vader went to great lengths to insure that he, his son, his grandson, and also his daughter Leia, to stay far away from The Son as possible. Luke and Leia will probably have a better time to resist The Son's "influence", but he fears that both his and Ben's former stance in the Dark Side may be all he needs to revert them back. The Daughter however is in a good relationship with the family, but Anakin suspects that her ability to see the future may have allowed her to know if Vader's eventual birth, which is way she kept him at a distance during their time together. After all, both The Son and The Father knew, so why wouldn't The Daughter?
    • While The Ones are very aware that the world is not Black and White, They were NOT prepared to meet Lucifer and YHVH! Lucifer, while incredibly polite and friendly, is the literal embodiment of Chaos, discord and anarchy. The Father and Daughter are considerably uncomfortable around him, unlike The Son who finds him to be enjoyable company. That said The Son still sees him as a threat to his goals and ambition. YHVH however is much, much, MUCH worse than Lucifer. A the one that is suppose to represent Law and Order happens to be one of the cruelest beings in Pantheon. This greatly distresses The Daughter, angers The Father and The Son thinks that the entire thing is actually pretty funny (though he still opposes YHVH like the rest of his family members).
    • Like many, The Ones are very concerned about The Flood. When they encountered The Flood, it was from an infected creature. They felt that the creature was a small part of a much larger Hive Mind. Out of curiosity, they entered and connected themselves with the Hive Mind. But before the present Celestials could stop them, it was already too late. The moment The Ones connected to The Flood, they learned "everything". The learned what The Flood was, where it came from, what they could do and what it has planed to do in the future. And in turn The Flood, or more specifically The Gravemind, learned everything there was to know about The Ones. What they are, what they could do, and what they knew about The Force.
    • Like an number of other Force Users, The Ones have a low and very negative opinion on the Chaos Gods. They, Son included, see the Chaos Gods as abominations to reality, and are very much willing to fight against them. With some Celestials that are still angry with their previous encounter right at their side, it doesn't look good for them. They're also a bit conflicted about Malal. On one hand, he's not only a Chaos God, but he also has a good deal ownership over their home reality. The only good thing about it is that Abeloth is also trapped inside the Retconnian.
    • Despite declaring that bringing or recreating Mortis wouldn't be as effective as it was before. The Father still asked to help bring the strange planet to Pantheon. Not recreate it, but actually bring it into Pantheon. The request was seemly granted, as many notice that finding The Ones temple is greatly difficult, as they not only have a hard time finding it in the House of Ambiguity, but people who are said to be there at the same time are nowhere to be found. Those who have a chance to actually see The Ones notice that they are no longer in the House of Ambiguity. And when they return, they notice that absolutely no time has changed at all, leading many to speculate that Mortis exist outside of time.
  • Applies to The Father
    • Representing the Balance in The Force is The Father, the patriarch of the Force Wielding family. As one may expect, he is a being of immense power who prefers to take a neutral stance. Expect in the case of total universal annihilation, where he himself will personally intervene. This is actually the reason why he imprisoned himself and his family on Mortis, so his son and daughter don't accidentally destroy the universe fighting each other. Not so much that they'll cause a war expending the galaxy, but that they don't accidentally tear all of reality apart in a direct fight. This is why he's being imprisoned as well, because he has the literal power to stop them. If the rumors are true, then the origins of The Father are that he was originally a Celestial by the name of Elegast. He would later become what is known as The Father, through a Force nexus that was known as "The Wellspring of Balance". Which would not only act as his source of power, but the source of his immortality/life, which was unfortunately destroyed in a fight between the Son and Daughter. If true, then this act explains why The Father would eventually die, seemly of old age after over a thousand millenniums later.
    • Despite The Father's neutral stance, his disdain for those who would endanger all of reality, or the natural order, for their own selfish goals clear. Darkseid would have all life in the Multiverse to bow to his will, breaking them to insure that they could never live without his rule. Megatron and his Decepticons would have all organic life in the universe destroyed, just to prove their superiority over them. Thanos would bend all of creation itself either for his obsession of death, or for his own ego and amusement.
  • Applies to The Son
    • The Son is the Dark Side in physical form, the embodiment of Power in the Force, the Rebellious Son to The Father. As mentioned before, he is the Dark Side of The Force, he is Power itself, and unlike Sidious, his claims are not boast, but facts. Like the rest of his family, not much is actually known about him and not many are even aware of him. One of the few exceptions are the "Nightsisters" who revere him and his sister as one of the "Twin Deities", he himself being known as the "Fanged God". He has this name thanks to his ability to transform into a giant Gargoyle. If the rumors are true, than he was once a Celestial by the name of Eipha. His source of Power comes from the Dark Force nexus, the "Font of Power". The Son supposedly drank from this font in defiance of his father when he and his sister were specifically forbidden from doing so. Said Font is also what sustains him and keeps him immortal.
    • As The Son is the very manifestation of Dark Side, it should come no surprise that he would show up to the House of Darkness & Shadow. The Son finds the House to be much more enjoyable than the Temple that he shares with his family. To the Evil members of the House, he's a relatively popular figure, whom some are exited to see. To the not so evil members he's another monster that needs to be taken down, but their very hesitant to actually confront him. He's one the most powerful Dark aligned beings in Pantheon, his very presence is like a form of corruption, and if he actually tries to approach you, his Compelling Voice is sure to finish the job.
      • It should come to no surprise that The Son would eventually encounter The Heartless. The Son seemly has an uncanny ability to control the Heartless with a mere thought. Either by a form of telepathy, or instinct, they do as he commands. One particular Heartless that The Son is interested in, is Ansem, Seeker of Darkness. The two have a sort of partnership, neither of two fully trusting of each other, but they're willing to work together. Many residents of Pantheon dread what the two could do together.
    • To the shock and horror of many, The Son went to approach Darth Maul to form a pact. The Son offered Maul the chance to destroy the Sith and the Jedi, in the condition that Maul were to swear fealty to him. To prove it, The Son gave Maul a small time limit of power he could give him. I that time limit Maul felt the full power of the Dark Side at his side, and marched towards Palpatine's temple. Maul proceeded to slaughtering all of Palpatine's men and soundly defeating his former master. The only reason Maul didn't kill the Sith Lord was because the Son took back his borrowed power. After narrowly escaping, Maul returned to The Son. While disappointed about not getting to kill Sidious, he understood the reason to what The Son did. Maul then swore fealty to his new master, The Dark Side itself.
    • Something than many may wonder, is what would have happened if The Son had successfully escaped Mortis. As it turns out, there is a reality where this actually happens. In said reality, Anakin returns to Coruscant as a servant to The Son. Both Yoda and Palpatine sense Anakin and The Son approaching. Both come together to fight against the new threat. This is telling with as how careful Palpatine had been for the many years, and how strongly the Jedi have been in searching for him. When Anakin arrived and confronted the two, he came with a literal storm that engulfed the entire planet. The Jedi Master and Sith Lord battled against The Chosen One, and lost. Anakin then declared himself overlord of the Galaxy, and The Son stood back and watched. Not needing to lift a single finger as they now ruled the Galaxy.
    • If there is one being that The Son sees as a true ally, it's Melkor. The two see much in each other, both are sons that (in their eyes) were robed of their natural right to rule over all from their father. The two would gladly corrupt all and any to their side. And they are without a doubt, the greatest evil in their home world. Some would think that the Celestials wouldn't allow such a thing to take place. But the Celestials conclude that what The Son is doing is only natural, that it's in his nature, and has yet to actually do anything that would endanger Pantheon.
    • For all his malevolence, he does genuinely love The Daughter and even The Father (albeit to a lesser degree). He was both horrified and devastated when he accidentally killed the Daughter and when he saw the Father commit suicide on the mortal plane, even though he had originally desired the latter. Because of this, he has warned the GUAE, under no uncertain terms, that he adamantly refuses to do anything that would harm either member of his family, and that trying to force him to do so would be a very bad idea. Melkor is irritated with the Son's lack of fratricidal tendencies, but knows better than to force the issue, especially since the Son already has a negative opinion of the Chaos Gods, some of his closest allies.
  • Applies to The Daughter
    • The Daughter is the Light Side in physical form, as The Son is the embodiment of Power, she is the embodiment of Knowledge and Wisdom. She is the The Dutiful Daughter to the Rebellious Son of her brother. She's everything that The Son is not, as she said herself it's in her nature to be who she is, just as it's The Son's nature to be everything she isn't. The Daughter possesses every ability that the Jedi are capable of, and many thing that they aren't capable of. Though she herself rarely shows is, and very much prefers not to. As mentioned above, she is one of the "Twin Deities" in the Nightsisters religion. She is known as the "Winged Goddess", thanks to her ability to transform into a giant Gryphon. Like with her brother and father, there are rumors about her origin. The rumor is that she was a Celestial by the name of Niphal. In an act to stop her brother after he drank from the Dark Force nexus, the "Font of Power". She bathed herself into the Light Force nexus, the "Pool of Knowledge". Said pool is not only the source of her power but also the source of her immortality.
    • Like how her brother is with the House of Darkness & Shadow, The Daughter has made herself to be a popular figure to the good gods of Light & Brightness. Her presence actually helps make the place even brighter, surprising as that is. As she sees the threat that her broth posses with his new dark allies, The Daughter had confronted the Keyblade Wielders for assistance, all who were more than willing to help.
    • With the Son joining GUAE, The Daughter would naturally join the GUAG. Cosmos was more than willing to let her join, while also being sympathetic towards The Daughter for having to oppose her brother. That said, The Daughter does not take direct action unless the The Son is involved. The reason is that she still wishes to fallow her fathers orders, so she primarily takes a position in the GUAG Medical Division. There she can user her Force Powers with great effect without disobeying her father.
  • One of the The Philosophy Endorsers in the House of Philosophy.

    Wreck-It Ralph 
Ralph, God of Punch-Clock Villainy (Wreck-It Ralph, Fuck-It-Up Francis, Crush-It Chris, Destroy-It Dennis, Break-It Bernie, Crack-It Carl, Annihilation Anderson, Punch-It Paul, Bang-It Burnette, Slap-It Samantha, the Dick Smasher)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: An 8-bit version of his face (alternatively, Vanellope's special cookie medal)
  • Theme Song: Wreck It, Wreck-It Ralph
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good, but considers himself a Necessary Evil due to his job. When on the job, he's Neutral Evil.
  • Catchphrase: "I'm gonna wreck it!"
  • Portfolio: Villainy as a job, not technically a villain but casted as one anyway, being a gentle and nice person who will tear stuff up if you hurt people he loves, being incredibly strong, barefoot, getting into a ton of trouble, accidentally destroying things, very durable, the one who places the plot in motion, wrecking things to solve any problem., chasing after bullies
  • Domain: Villains/Heroes, Video Games, Destruction, Protection
  • Followers: The Turks
  • Allies: Vanellope Von Schweetz and Fix-It Felix Jr., Sergeant Calhoun Jack Skellington, Donkey Kong, Brian Mills, Jade and Tohru, Axel, Shrek, Gangrel and Luna Vachon (Vitriolic Best Buds), The Cutie Mark Crusaders, Sora
  • Enemies: All gods in the Houses of Hatred and Villains, Turbo, Ghestis Harmonia, Relius Clover, The Tyranids
  • Former Enemy: Mitsuzane Kureshima
  • Ascended into the Pantheon after the events of his movie. He was happy to have received such a title, but still continues to do his job as the villain despite that, as it "is his duty," and in his programming to a degree.
  • Is very protective of his friend Vanellope Von Schweetz. Woe to anyone who harms her, as this is one of the few things that will set him on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge. With the likes of Trollkaiger waiting in the wings, he has doubled his efforts to ensure that they don't get their sick hands on her.
    • That said, once he ascended, the first thing he did was ask the Gods to give Vanellope her own place so the two could always hang out. After reviewing her profile, they gave Vanellope her own place in the House of Gaming. The two met with hugs and insults.
  • Has been seen in something called "Bad-Guy Anon" with other gods like Zangief, Bowser and M. Bison to help go through his times as a villain "One game at a time".
    • The Bad-Guy Anon's Badass Creed: "I'm bad and that's good. I'll never be good and that's not bad. There's no one else I'd rather be... than me."
  • Despite being a "bad guy", the general consensus among the Grand United Alliance of Good is that he's not all that "bad" a "guy". In fact, several members have gone to Ralph to offer him a place in their army, since his mighty fists and good leanings means he's actually a bit more of a good guy. Ralph for his part though has declined most invitations, on the grounds that without guys like him, what good would the Pantheon be without someone to oppose the good guys?
    • After hours, though, he's quite happy to hang out with members of the GUAG and is actually fun to be around. It's only when he's on the job that he's 'evil'.
      • It should be noted though that despite being God of the Punch-Clock Villain, Ralph actually is VERY uneasy around the members of the GUAE, as he keeps telling some of the others that they "enjoy their jobs a little too much". This earns him weird looks from the more vile members, so he actually spends quite a bit of time away from the GUAE, unless he's called upon to do a job for them. He then decided to make his own temple in the House of Ambiguity, feeling that he'd be more at ease amongst the other gods here (and also because they've been requesting a babysitter to keep an eye on the Cutie Mark Crusaders)
      • Eventually, Ralph managed to find out the cause of this, since he recalled that back home, bad guys were just 'doing their job'. Within the Pantheon, influences of other medias where bad guys are really bad have been rather dominant compared to his Arcade origins, that it has affected some of his old friends that he visited in Bad Guys Anon (such as M. Bison), some say the more nefarious non-Arcade beings in the Pantheon were behind the cause (such as Nyarlathotep, Diablo, Griffith, Johan Liebert, to name a few...). There's literally nothing Ralph could do to reverse this, but to hold the memories of how they were like in his origin world.
  • Incidentally, Ralph's main job for the villains is breaking things the Alliance of Good has created. He has been called to do combat duty a few times, but due to his dislike of actually wrecking people, he only does that job reluctantly. And in actual battles, he's been known to run around shouting, "When did being a god become so violent and scary!!!!?????"
    • When he went to the House of Ambiguity, he cut most of his ties to the GUAE. He will meet up with his Bad-Guy Anonymous pals every now and then, but other than that he's on the side of good...villainy is his job, yes, but his relationships with Felix and Vanellope come first.
  • Gained a strange friendship with Jack Skellington due to them having similar stories (tired of doing their job, wishing to do something more, then going back to their jobs with renewed vigor). Vanellope finds Mr. Skellington very interesting, although Ralph is a bit weary when it comes to Jack's curiosity getting the best of him.
  • When he's not in his temple, or on the job with Fix-It Felix Jr., he's carving massive tunnels throughout the Pantheon and helping demolishing old temples. He also relaxes at Moe's tavern every now and then.
  • Gets very uneasy at the site of The Runaway Guys, Mat and Pat and Roahm Mythril. It's not because they're video game players (he's actually amazed at their skills), but he's worried about what happens if they ever figure out the power of the Konami Code seeing as it ruined Vanellope's life in the first place.
  • Gets along well with Donkey Kong, mostly due to Ralph having some similarities with the giant ape. The two are devastating in fights whenever they start chucking barrels at evil-doers.
  • Has recently become the House of Ambiguity's mediator. His jobs include: cleaning up the messes between Bulk and Skull and Sam and Max, finding jobs for the Enforcers, and talking to the Council of Three in regards to helping ascend new gods to the House. He's respected Kevin's wish to not bring his car to the House, seeing as the last time Ralph did that...the only thing that could be heard in a 50 mile radius was "MY RIDE!"
    • Has made an 'uneasy' partnership with Gangrel and Luna. When they're not vampires, the two are friendly (and friendly is being used loosely) and consider Ralph good company. Ralph has also been the one to bring Edge, Christian and both Matt and Jeff Hardy into this house whenever Gangrel thinks it's time for The Brood to get back together since it is his job to play the bad guy and all. As time went on, the three have become on friendlier terms with one another, with Ralph being one of the few gods that can tell Gangrel when he's going way over his head when it involves three adorable little ponies (although considering the hell the ponies went through, he doesn't blame 'Grel for it). Unfortunately, even he couldn't stop 'Grel from accidentally causing chaos in Limbo months later....
  • Vanellope once introduced Ralph to her friends, Jade, and Tohru. Ralph got along with them instantly, because Jade reminded him so much of Vanellope (although even he has trouble with Jade and her recklessness) and Tohru also was similar to him in the "Bad guy/Good guy" department. Jade and Vanellope have plenty of play dates while Ralph and Tohru often meditate about the differences of heroism and villainy or just spar with one another.
  • After learning about Mitsuzane's descent into madness, Ralph learned and saw Takatora Kureshima ascend. Ralph also had some words to say about how Takatora just deliberately let his brother become evil, causing more harm than good. Takatora had to concede—after all, Ralph was taller and way stronger than he was. When enough time passed, he forgave Takatora Kureshima with Takatora responding by crying into Ralph's arms. Mitsuzane also reacted this way.
    • The same can't be said for Yugi Muto and Yami Yugi who caused a lot of chaos during the Asylum Incident, including causing Gangrel to go crazy over the loss of The Cutie Mark Crusaders alongside total destruction of most of the Pantheon with the Egyptian God Cards. Both have apologised (and even paid for the Crusaders' therapy bills) but Ralph still has his eye on them just in case.
  • Became friends with Axel after they got along, due to their similar personalities and jobs. Axel even comes over to help Ralph babysit on occasion, though often with little success.
  • The Gods in the House of Technology are becoming wary of him due to the events to come on his next adventure. They had every right to be wary since he unleashed a virus that nearly broke the Internet.
    • Many gods felt pity on him when it's revealed how he and Vanellope have parted ways, with Vanellope heading off to an internet game known as Slaughter Race even after everything they've been through. Ralph has learned to live with the change though.
  • Has also become a summonable ally of Sora.


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