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This subhouse is perfect for letting these gods vent out their anger on many issues. Obviously, it is never a good idea to infuriate these guys; The results won't be pretty for the offender. Visit this house at your own risk.

Of course, this house isn't filled with just angry Gods. There are Gods here that will incite your anger instead... (ﺧ益ﺨ)

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Greater Gods

    Altair/Military Uniform Princess 
Altair, Goddess of Autodestructive Anger (Military Uniform Princess, Donut Steel)
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  • Greater Goddess borderline Overdeity
  • Symbol: The Holopsicon
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil, now True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Antagonist Abilities, Attack Reflector, Big Bad, Combo Platter Powers, Cool Gun, Evil Albino, Evil Is Hammy, Exotic Eye Designs, From Nobody to Nightmare, Invincible Villain, Omnicidal Maniac, An Original Character created after another, Reality Warper, Villain Teleportation, Wanting to avenge her Creator
  • Domains: Fiction, Villains, Creations, Original Characters, Destruction
  • Herald: Setsuna Shirazaki (Her Creator)
  • Allies: Esdeath, Alcor
  • Rivals: Gilgamesh, Black★Rock Shooter
  • Enemies: Altria Pendragon, Madoka Kaname, Bob, Lord English, Masamune Dan/Kamen Rider Cronus
  • Evil Counterpart to: Haruhi Suzumiya
  • Opposes: People who had tried to sympathize with her
  • Opposed by: Most Magical Girls
  • Annoyed by: Deadpool
  • On good terms with: Other Original Characters
  • Complicated Relationships: Meteora Österreich
  • Banned from: The house of Narrative
  • What is known about this strange character is that she once manifested into the real world and decided to bring a handful of fictional character to life and join her. Altair intended to avenge her creator after the latter committed suicide and couldn't complete her story, which prompted to try and destroy the world. Several of the characters she brought ultimately fought her, but her inmense power proved to be a huge obstacle for her enemies and both the creators and their creations that opposed Altair had to create a crossover story featuring her as the main villain to try and contain her for doing further damage to the real world. It almost failed if not for a creation of Setsuna Shimazaki, her creator, didn't convince Altair to abandon her quest for revenge.
  • How she came to become a goddess in the pantheon is uncertain, she only recalls warping into this place after she was trying to create another world for Setsuna, which ultimately led her here. She was surprised for the huge number of fictional characters that reside in this place and having a few of them who looked familiar to her. The problem was that the Court of Gods denied her of taking control of the Pantheon since it wasn't a domain where she could change the rules at will even if she tried, which the only compensation that they allowed Setsuna to be her herald.
  • She was created as an Expy of a MMO character that her Author liked, but many have also noticed many other references to other characters in the pantheon. Her backstory of being a fanmade character who took the internet by storm is very reminiscent of Black★Rock Shooter, which Altair ended up confronting just to see if the rumors were true. She was not dissapointed.
    • Other people noted that she also resembles Esdeath in appearance and attire, even some of her mannerisms too. Surprisingly, Esdeath ended up befriending Altair on the principle that she admires how strong she is and how in the end she managed to end up with the one she loved, unlike Esdeath.
  • Unlike in the real world, in the Pantheon Altair is not as strong as she formerly was, mostly because of the Elimination Festival given her a proper canon and because of the fan reception that powered her being much more weaker. Not too mention that a sizable part of the real world consider her a rather divisive character to begin with.
  • Seems to look down on the Knight in Shining Armor type characters as boring and predictable. She especially does not get along with Altria Pendragon which reminds her of Aliceteria February and because Altair herself seems to have taken a few pages of Gilgamesh in a few of her moves.
  • Magical Girls are also another character that seems to get in her nerves, mostly because of how Mamika tried to talk her down and trying to convince her to abandon her mission, which prompted her to kill Mamika. The latter's resemblance to Madoka hasn't gone unnoticed by Altair, but she has no intention of talking with the magical girl.
  • Considering how much she loves her creator, the idea of killing your own creator seems alien to her. Yet, she found a few gods that did exactly that, who disgust her. Bob was one who was very close to killing his author and obviously does not get along with Altair. The same could be said for Lord English, who actually suceeded in doing so and is powerful enough to give Altair a run for her money.
  • Can't stand the likes of Deadpool for his constant breaking of the Fourth Wall and also because he made fun of her because of being an Original Character, constantly calling her names like Donut Steel. And given his Healing Factor, she can't even get rid of him.
  • Some may wonder if her feelings for her creator are either of a child loving their father or maybe something else. Altair has not made any clarifications on the matter.
  • She was named after the brightest of the Aquila costelation and that might probably mean why she has been confused for other people. That said, she does get along with Alcor given a few shared similarities plus his powers have peaked her interest.
  • Many good-aligned gods are absolutely disgusted by the fact that she got away with all the death and destruction she caused in her universe and have taken measures to fight her if she provokes them. Altair even had the gall of saying she doesn't really regret the she harm she has caused and she would do it all over again if it meant seeing Setsuna alive. Her unrepentantness means the friendlier gods like Ash Ketchum, Twilight Sparkle and Steven Universe want nothing to do with her, especially after hearing about what she did to Mamika and Aliceteria. They haven't made a move against her because the Court of the Gods ensured she cannot do as much damage in the Pantheon as she did in her homeworld and because Setsuna vouched for her. Still, if she ever steps out of line, they'll know.
    • Other more neutral leaning gods reasoned that while she did kill Mamika and debatably killed Alicetaria, she never killed any humans, (even though she planned to), and that both her kills were Creations that would have had went back to their worlds becoming subject to the will of the authors too. Some of the more sympathetic of them had said that while they died in the real world, they still got to live a happier ending when a crossover event was made featuring both of them.
  • Is angered and disgusted by the ascension of Masamune Dan. Having seen his arrogance and treatment of all creations, Altair has come to view the villainous Kamen Rider as the very embodiment of everything wrong with the land of the gods she wanted to destroy and the kind of inhumanity that caused her Creator to commit suicide in the first place.
  • Also present in the House of Life and Death.

    Excalibur (Soul Eater
Excalibur, God of Annoyance and Irritation (Holy Sword, Seiken, Madness of Anger)
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  • Greater God (Though some wishes he's just self-proclaiming and instead being a Quasideity or Demigod)
  • Symbol: (ﺧ益ﺨ) (The 'I-Have-Met-Excalibur' Face (Yes, even his symbol is annoyed))
  • Theme Song: Excalibuuuurrr... Excalibuuurrrrr... From the United K, I'm looking for heaven, I'm going to Californiaaaa...
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Absurdly Sharp Blade, Catchy Songs, Annoying The Hell Of Anyone Who Meets Him, Making Everyone Who Meets Him Make This Face: (ﺧ益ﺨ), Cloud Cuckoo Lander, Talkative Loon, Infinity +1 Sword As Long As One Can Stand His Intolerability, "FOOL!", Crazy Awesome, Eldritch Abominations
  • Domains: Irritation, Weapons, Emotion, Mentalism
  • High Priest: The Annoying Orange
  • Those who can tolerate him: Arturia Pendragon, Sonic the Hedgehog, Bugs Bunny, Deadpool, Chuck Norris, Hades, Hakumen, Shu Shirakawa, Michael Carpenter, Tingle, Wander, Naughty Bear… and "You" can do it too!
  • Opposed by: Black Star ("SO ANNOYIIIINNNGGG!!!"), Death the Kid ("Disgusting…") and anyone that comes across him, especially those voiced by Takehito Koyasu and/or Troy Baker
  • This is a different form of the Holy Sword Excalibur found in the House of Weapons.
  • Doesn't matter who the person is, he has made everyone he comes across to make the face (ﺧ益ﺨ). Including even Melkor, of all people. Enter his temple at your own risk. Only those equally insane and nuts-driving go there. Those who do would be considered the great ones… though they still prefer their own methods of combat instead of becoming his Meister.
    • Hata no Kokoro, somehow is one of few gods which cannot make that face when Excalibur is around. However, she remade one of her masks to have that expression specifically for that kind of occasion.
    • Another exception is King Arthur, for obvious reasons.
  • Several people, especially those from the GUAG has been expressing interest in tossing Excalibur to Yuuki Terumi, if only to see the Trolling God get a taste of his own medicine and lose his temper with Excalibur's loonydom. Excalibur himself has no idea who the hell Terumi is, but he'd be more than delighted to tell his five-hour story. The GUAG's problem right now is to find a Meister who could STAND Excalibur to start an eventual fight.
    • Chuck Norris volunteered so he could add another feat to his scroll of divine fame. He tossed Excalibur next to Terumi and Excalibur started ranting and interrupting every of Terumi's bravados, enabling Hakumen to strike him with Time Killer, as he's also unaffected with Excalibur's rants.
  • Villains such as Frieza, The Joker, Cell, The Boss, Kefka, and Shinnok will skip to just blow up his house… only to find no scratch on it or him.
  • Excalibur cannot feel any anger. This is why he has no opinions on the struggle between Good and Evil, whether a man is an utter bastard or All-Loving Hero. However, he is seriously adamant in talking a lot about himself and his 'exploits' (and his 5 hour story time) to everyone he meets, in which the anger would get into those around him, irritating them regardless of their morality scale.
  • His legend begins in the 12th century…
  • He is SLIGHTLY more respectful to Arturia than to most other members of the Pantheon, as she is a Gender Flipped King Arthur. The "SLIGHTLY" means he doesn't interrupt her as frequently when she talks, doesn't call her a FOOL! as often, and is willingly to let her use him without fulfilling all 1000 provisions of his contract, only 500 of them. However, he still wants her to listen to his 5 hour story time and his 'exploits' in full detail. So, she still is annoyed with him.
    • On the topic of people who are like King Arthur that Excalibur is more respectful towards, he also is a bit respectful towards Wander upon learning how he managed to pull out a legendary sword that only a true hero can wield. Also helps that Wander is possibly the only person in the pantheon that not only enjoys Excaliber's visits, but looks forward to them as well. Add in the fact that Wander not only enjoys his 5 hour story and follows the 1000 provisions (not because he wants to use him, but just out of respect), and he is also one of the few here that Excaliber will let willingly use. The pantheon, mainly Wander's enemies, consider themselves lucky as Wander is a pacifist and thus doesn't want to use Excaliber.
    • Although Deadpool isn't remotely an Arthur-esque figure, the two buddy up when they feel like it — for fun, fighting and reasons nobody else wants to know about. Worryingly often, for anybody in the vicinity. The provisions, caveats and everything else don't come into it, just... kindred spirits of, well... being agro. And, some definitions of comedy. Maybe.
    • And then there's the actual King Arthur himself: after all, he is THE King Arthur, who was the only Meister he respected. And he's willing to not interrupt Arthur when he talks, and is actually willing to let Arthur use him in combat. As a matter of fact, he ceases to be annoying when in his presence.
  • When he stops being annoying and speaks seriously, it usually means he has something important to say to someone, and they'd better listen up. There is one problem, though: It's difficult to read whether he's in serious mode or not, difficult to read if serious mode stops, because once he stops, he'll continue being annoying.
  • He begins every afternoon with an afternoon tea, which makes him visit Iroh's house as it houses the best afternoon teas. The time of Excalibur's visit is dreaded by every of Iroh's customer AND Iroh himself.
  • Hades will often speak with him after-afternoon tea, and they get along surprisingly well. No one quite yet know how he does it, but it's been theorized that since Hades is essentially the Trolling God of his own universe, he's more capable of handling Excalibur's antics. That, and Hades' is apparently trying to learn new ways to annoy people. Other gods know to leave the room whenever they begin speaking to each other.
  • His status as Greater God can be confirmed as he is stated to be one of the Great Old Ones, on the same level as Shinigami, Asura and Eibon. He's stated to be the representation of Madness Through Rage and appears to do so via his annoying antics. Some have even hypothesized that his behavior is actually a clever way of dissuading whom he deems as "unworthy" from wielding him.
  • Does not give out autographs.

    James Heller 
Sgt. James Heller, God of Angry Black Men (Jimmy)
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  • Greater God, especially after consuming Alex Mercer
  • Symbol: A featureless icon of his face, depicting only his bald head, his eyes, and his collar
  • Theme Song: Resurrection
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral/Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Never Claims To Be A Hero, Sir Swears-a-Lot, Smarter Than You Look, Shapeshifter Weapon, can call on Brawler Hunters with the Pack Leader ability, Boisterous Bruiser, Cursed with Awesome, Deadpan Snarker, Determinator, Empowered Badass Normal, Hates Alex Mercer For Infecting Him, Hopeless with Tech, Papa Wolf, Lightning Bruiser, Plague Master, Superior Successor to Alex, Viral Sonar, Biobomb Ability, Horrifying Hero, Devours Alex Mercer In The End
  • Domain(s): Anger, Black Men, Viruses, Vengeance, Fatherhood
  • Herald: Amaya Heller (his daughter)
  • Followers: Brother Mouzone, The Prowler, Curtis Metcalf/Hardware, John Shaft, Sweet Sweetback, Marcus Savage, Abdul, George Jefferson, Bob Sapp, Bad News Brown, Purna, Grace Walker, Valygar Corthala, Thundecloud, Vince Chandler, Ollie Williams, Black Steve, Sideshow Raheem
  • Allies: Rick Taylor/The Terror Mask, Luke Cage, Labrys, Ken Kaneki, Commander Shepard, Fluttershy, Alucard, Asura
  • Enemies: ALEX MERCER!, Albert Wesker, Shiro Tagachi, The Gravemind, Pestilence the Horseman, Nurgle, Typhus, Thrax, Cioccolata, William Birkin, Alex Wesker, the Infested, Eren Yeager, Nemesis, Mr X., Jimenez
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Reverend Garterbelt
  • Conflicting Opinion: Kratos
  • James Heller was already in the Pantheon for quite some time now as a follower of Rick Taylor a.k.a. The Terror Mask. Given the serious concerns with Alex Mercer being…updated with the terrible sequel's events, it was decided that it was time to find a spot for Heller, given he already defeated Mercer and consumed him in that timeline, so that there's someone on call who can match him.
  • Here's one thing you should take note of regarding James Heller; everything Alex Mercer can do, he can do, too. Sometimes more, and sometimes better. Anyone he isn't in good terms with should exercise extreme caution, as much as they would in Alex's presence. Fortunately for the GUAG, he's on their side, though he's not really used to having allies who can fight by his side yet. Fortunately for the rest, he also possesses the same weaknesses, minus perhaps a few.
    • Speaking of Mercer, there are two popular theories regarding Alex's behaviour in he sequel. Either Real!Alex resurfaced and took control, or Virus!Alex was deliberately trying to create a warrior strong enough to one day fight against PariahWho? . It might actually explain his behavior in the Pantheon. In any case, Virus!Alex would either be grateful that Heller defeated Real!Alex, or otherwise glad that he accomplished his goal of creating a warrior stronger than himself. Either way, no matter the reasoning, because of the casualties he's mounted (not that he can call him out on that given his own actions), Heller still wouldn't particularly like him.
  • As Mercer's top enemy, he's gotten acquainted with the Blacklight Virus's enemies as well. Some who oppose Heller, and those who try to get along with him.
    • Among his new allies are Ken Kaneki, Labrys, and Fluttershy (he gets too annoyed by Discord). As for Eren, not so much, especially in light of his actions as Kruger and his willingness to turn on his former allies and harm children to reach his goal. He's also gotten acquainted with Commander Shepard, Master Chief, Doomguy, and Isaac Clarke, though so far only Shepard is most open with befriending the infected "hero".
  • As someone who's rebelled against his "creator", Alucard understands James in that regard, even if the latter's case is less literal.
  • Given he's also seemed to abandon his humanity just like Mercer, he doesn't like Jimenez either. Sure, the transformation was an emergency, and he chose to have it happen, but that's not the issue here.
  • As video game protagonists who are driven by anger, he's been compared to Asura and Kratos. He understands the former for his quest to save his daughter (at least the multi-armed god knew she was alive the entire time), while his opinion on the latter is a little mixed. For one, the god slayer did inadvertently bring his world to ruin, but he's also since turned his life around and raised a son.
  • Heller wouldn't approve of the fact that Garterbelt has a thing for children and would be particularly iffy of him having apparently been a member of the Ku Klux Klan at some point in the past. But the two would get along for the most part.

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Intermediate Gods

    Carrie White 
Carietta "Carrie" N. White, Goddess of Rage Fueled by Arrogance of Others and Signature Scenes (Scary Carrie, Goddamn Total Spastic, Weirdo, Dumb Bitch, Destroyer of Chamberlin, Angel of Havoc, Darth Lord Carrie)
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  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: Her bloodstained prom dress
  • Theme Song: Carrie when she's sane, The Destruction and Kill 'Em All when she's at her breaking point
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, boarding on True Neutral; Chaotic Psychotic when pushed to the breaking point
  • Portfolio: Tragic Villain, Broken Cutie, Shrinking Violet, Outcast, I Just Want to Be Normal, From Nobody to Nightmare, Dumped With Pig's Blood, Ultimate Cautionary Anti-Bullying Tale, Truly Very Pretty, Dangerous People You Feel Sorry For
  • Domains: Espers, Bullying Victims, Humiliation, Vengeance
  • Superior: Stephen King
  • Allies: Jimmy Hopkins, Touma Kamijou, Mikoto Misaka, Matoko Itou (Yes, seriously), Jin Kazama, N, Pacifica Elise Northwest, Heinz Doofenshmirtz, Nana, Haruka Kotoura, Kick-Ass, Fubuki, Cinderella
  • Enemies: Bullies and abusive parents of any kind, (especially Ragyo Kiryuin, Biff Tannen), Pennywise, the Dancing Clown, Annie Wilkes
  • Conflicting Opinion: Lucy
  • Carrie White is a shy, awkward and quiet teenager who regularly deals with bullying and abuse from both her classmates at her high school and her mother, a raving Christian fanatic. She tries to take all the suffering with grace as best as she can, but it clearly hurts her. When she gets victimized by a mean-spirited prank on her prom night, the happiest moment of her life... it goes as well as you expect.
  • The disastrous event known as the "Black Prom" was so infamous that it's something everyone thinks about when they hear her name. Despite the incident being a climatic event, every trailer showing her story will always show the aftermath of the destruction she caused. It is that well known.
  • It should be noted that Carrie's story is often referred to as the greatest anti-bullying message ever told, better than any PSA in existence. Her tale is also what put Stephen King on the map. It's clear that both have mutual respect for each other.
  • Before she cast her mortal shell, she did research on other's who had powers just like she did to learn how to control her abilities better. She was pleasantly surprised to see that the Patheon was loaded with a lot of espers, giving her the feeling that she wasn't as alone as she used to be.
  • Was mistaken by Kick-Ass for his friend and partner Hit-Girl, and was pretty shocked to hear about all the shitty things that happened to her. He at least consoled her by telling her that her look-alike went through nearly the same problems she did and enforced her own brand of karma. It was... humorous.
  • Considering her backstory she absolutely dispises bullies. She hates people who abuse and oppress others simply because they had the power to do so. Abusive parents are also on her blacklist. This is why she was able to easily befriend Haruka who went through the same suffering she did. Carrie does wish that she had the same group of friends because then her life would have turned out differently.
    • It is also for the same reason that she was able to befriend a few bully hunters like Jimmy Hopkins, and Mikoto Misaka who is also an esper. And yes, she is also on friendly terms with Matoko Itou. Make of it what you will.
  • Despite being one of Stephen King's creations, she does not get along with Pennywise or Annie Wilkes at all. Obviously because Pennywise is a demon who eats children while Annie reminds her of her Control Freak of a mother. If given the chance, she'd personally tear them apart.
  • Also has a seat in the House of Theatric Production.

    Karin Yuuki 
Karin Yuuki, The Goddess who Subconsciously Breaks Things In Anger (The Saint Of Steel, Isht Karin Orte, Judas Iscariot)
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  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: Her tattoo
  • Alignment: Lawful Good dips into Chaotic Neutral when jealous
  • Portfolio: Action Girl, Immortality, Nigh-Invulnerability Because Destiny Says So, Psycho Lesbian Yandere, Drop the Hammer, Gender Flip
  • Domains: Love, Immortality
  • Superior: Yui Ogura
  • Allies: Evangeline/Yukihime, C.C, Jeanne D'Arc, Kirie Sakurame, Kuromaru Tokisaki
  • Enemies: Anyone who would try to take Yukihime from her
  • Opposes/Opposed by/Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Touta Konoe, Alexander Anderson
  • She ascended after hearing how Yukihime and Touta had both ascended without her knowledge. The first thing did was attack Touta, because she was jealous.
  • She has a habit of breaking things unconsciously in anger. For this reason, she has been banned from the House of Craft.
  • It turns out that she possesses a special kind of immortality: she can't be harmed Because Destiny Says So.
  • Is extremely obsessed with Yukihime; it's speculated that this is because of the kindness the latter showed her when she invited her to UQ Holder.
    • She was invited to join the Yandere Quartet, but she declined. Though she didn't give a reason, it's been theorized that she simply doesn't like anyone in the group.
  • The combination of her impervious body and mastery of the Hammer and Katana make her a formidable opponent.
  • Some of the more sadistic members of the pantheon look forward to capturing her; despite her immortality, she can still feel pain. Unfortunately for them, she is well-versed in combat and can beat back any attacker
  • It turns out she is over 2000 years old; she can sympathize with C.C and Jeanne D'Arc for being a victim of horrific torture.
  • She is trying to get Kirie or Kuromaru into a relationship with Touta so she can have Yukihime all to herself.
  • She apparently doesn't mind having her clothes destroyed; it won't hinder her ability to fight, unlike other goddesses.
  • She does occasionally work as a maid. However, she tends to break any tableware before serving whenever she gets angry.
  • She has started to gain ire from gods who originally from Christianity when it was revealed that she is the same Biblical traitor who sold Jesus Christ to the Romans. Alexander had even tried to kill her, to no avail.

    King Triton 
King Triton, God of Concerned Anger (Red, Sea King, His Majesty)
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    Namor, the Sub-Mariner 
"IMPERIUS REX!"

Namor, The Hair-Trigger Temper God (The Sub-Mariner)

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  • Theme Song: "Namor" by J. B. Blake
  • Intermediate God (Greater God underwater)
  • Symbol: His foot complete with the wings
  • Alignment: True Neutral, with shades of Neutral Good, Chaotic Neutral, and Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Apparently Human Merfolk Jerkass with Mercury's Wings and a Trident, Marvel's First Mutant, has a Catchphrase of partially made up Latin, the Anti-Hero Nobody Likes due to constantly switching sides, Is Most Powerful Underwater, Warrior Prince, Extreme Omnisexual, has both powerful and unusual powers, often only wears Underwear of Power, ultimately kickstarted the Marvel Universe
  • Domains: Strength, Water, War, Nobility, Rage
  • Allies: None that last that long.
  • Rivals: Arthur Curry/Aquaman, Ariel, King Triton, Prince Eric, Percy Jackson, Poseiden
  • Enemies: Red Skull, HYDRA, Trollkaiger, Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin, Thanos
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Iron Man, Professor X, Black Bolt, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Milas, Doctor Doom, The X-Men
  • Fire-Forged Friends: Bruce Banner/The Hulk, Doctor Strange, The Silver Surfer
  • Respects: The Gill-Man, Rikuo, Emma Frost
  • Pitied by: Elisa and the Asset
  • On Bad Terms With: T'Challa/Black Panther
  • Special Relationship: The Fantastic Four
  • The former high priest of Arthur Curry, also known as Aquaman, Namor felt he should be more than just second best. The two's egos often led to skirmishes, but it all came to a head one day at Aquaman's pool. All was well... until the DC hero splash on Namor after diving in a cannonball. Enraged at the condescension, Namor challenged him for the title of merfolk. the two dueled it out, fighting from the sky to the deepest depths of the ocean. Ultimately, Aquaman used a unique skillset to take Namor down. It came to the Court of the Gods to make a decision. It was decided that Aquaman would keep his title, but Namor will ascend and move to a temple left behind by a moving deity. It was a position Namor accepted, seeing that his rage fit perfectly with his new followers.
  • Just like his DC counterpart, he is considerably weaker upon land. Once he gets in the water, he's as strong as anyone in the Marvel Universe. He's even overpowered the Hulk at times. He is an Intermediate God as long as he is within the Pantheon, but that changes whenever he gets a chance to immerse himself in the water.
    • Trollkaiger had fun with this by comparing his weakened state with the infamous Snickers commercial stating that he's not himself without water. Namor responded in typical fashion... dropping an ocean-liner on their headquarters.
  • Namor managed a rare achievement: He has earned the ire of not only the heroes, but also the villains of the Marvel Universe as well. he has betrayed both sides too many times to consider him a consistent ally. As such, he has been seen working for both the GUAG and the GUAE. For instance, he drew ire from both the Illuminati and Thanos' Black Order when he left both in that order.
    • His only true friend has been the Hulk as Namor first came to him to help seek vengeance upon the Avengers. Sure Namore betrayed the Hulk as well, but he has changed his view to consider the green giant a Worthy Opponent.
    • With his ascension, the reunion with The Defenders originals is now complete. As such, he holds some degree of a relationship with Dr. Strange and the Silver Surfer. Supervillains pale at the prospect at facing such a formidable team. Potentially powerful alone, together they can be absolutely devastating. Thankfully, they hardly ever team up except under duress.
    • He and Strange are part of a secret group called The Illuminati, who's membership is now complete with his ascension. Previous versions fell apart in the past, but they hope that they can make things work this time around.
    • The partnership already strained due to his utter contempt with the Black Panther. It all started when Namor flooded Wakanda when he and the X-Men battled Black Panther and the Avengers. It appeared as if T'Challa was willing to bury the hatchet... until he betrayed Namor at a critical time during the last Illuminati team-up. Now the two can barely stand seeing each other in the same room.
  • There is no group that has had as much of a history with him than the Fantastic Four. It was Johnny Storm who contributed to Namor's return to his reign of terror upon the world. It was an ironic twist, as it was an older and robotic version of the Human Torch that faced him in one of the first superhuman battles in the Marvel Universe. After a few bouts with the Avengers, he turned his attention to the group once more where he has had a hot-and-cold relationship with them ever since.
    • Mr. Fantastic was naturally displeased with this new development, and with good reason. Namor has pined for Sue Storm from the moment he first met her. Her reaction has varied a lot over the years. She may have been interested in him in the past, but now stand firmly with her husband.
    • Interestingly enough, Namor keeps tabs with Doctor Doom on occasion. The leader of Latveria understood the value of having Namor at his side which is why he helped rebuilt Atlantis at one occasion. Still, the relationship is rather cold at the moment due to Namor siding with Thanos first to deal with the incursions. Doom reinterated he is no second man.
  • The first group of heroes that Namor worked with was with Captain America and The Invaders. He may distrust humanity, but he'd be damned if he was going to let it be ruled by the Red Skull, HYDRA and other Nazis. Naturally, he was pleased to have another shot of kicking their asses. Cap remains one of the few heroes he respects to a degree.
  • Is more or less the ruler of Atlantis... provided a rival hadn't taken over behind his back. Yet, some people don't realize that his ability to breath air is a mutant ability his people don't have, making him Marvel's first mutant. He actually enjoys working with the X-Men as they have plenty of enemies to beat up.
  • Sue wasn't the first human he sought after. A policewoman named Betty Dean tried to force him out of New York when he tried to drown the city. She help convince him to leave the city be. It wasn't long until the two became close companions. Namor admitted he had feelings for her, but never got the chance to ask her out, even in her death. Elisa felt a bidding romance could have been possible, even with Namor's slow-aging rate compared to humans. It's a topic tries not to dwell too much in.
    • While he pushes back against most of the crew, he does like occasional member Emma Frost. The two joined the X-Men at around the same time and have similar turns of judgement such as when they teamed up with Norman Osborn. The Green Goblin hadn't forget the time when the two eventually betrayed him and left his version of the X-Men.
  • Considers King Triton to be nothing than a cheap imitator, even mocking his rule of Atlantica. He does consider the merfolk as a capable fighter as when the two would duke it out. He also asked Ariel out for a date, but with Eric in the Pantheon she's unlikely to take him up on that offer.
  • Scoffed at Percy Jackson's claim to the title 'God of Water' deeming the demigod unworthy of the title. Still, he is a bit wary of directly challenging Percy with Poseiden standing in the way as well as the various other deities who would be vying for the title with Percy's ousting.
  • Understands that the Gill-Man only wants to have his homeworld left alone. He even offered to help out when enemies more powerfully than the Gill-Man threatens his home. It helps that the Gill-Man has no interest in Atlantis.
  • Milas saw him as the legend of old, one who was willing to get rid of all humanity in order to protect his homeworld. Milas met up with Namor in the hopes of convincing him to permanently joining him. Unfortunately for him, Namor is fond of just enough humans to reject the notion of wiping them all out.
    • Rikuo is another fish person Namor has largely left alone. Namor recognizes him as one of the last of his kind and did not want to be the one to snuff out his species. Still, Namor is regarded as an unreliable asset at best and only as honorable as his rage can handle.
  • Is one of the most sexually active people in the Pantheon, with little regard to gender or species Namor stated he simply likes what he sees and is willing to fancy his interest. He is a popular choice among many of the more promiscuous members of the Pantheon.
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    Natsu Dragneel 
Natsu Dragneel, God of Anger Fueled Flames (Salamander, The Great Demon-Lord Dragneel, The Third God of Fire, E.N.D.)
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    Terra (Kingdom Hearts
Terra, God of Vengeance Against Their Mentor (Lingering Will/Sentiment, Terra-Xehanort, Seeker of Darkness, The One Behind)
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  • Intermediate God (If the Lingering Will is any indication of what he's truly capable of, Greater God)
  • Symbol: His keyblade, Earthshaker (Chaos Ripper as Terra-Xehanort)
  • Theme Song: "Terra", "Destiny's Union" when with Ventus and Aqua, Rage Awakened as Lingering Will, "Dismiss" or "Terra-Xehanort" as Terra-Xehanort
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good, though gullible enough that his actions appear Lawful Evil at times (Chaotic Evil as Terra-Xehanort)
  • Portfolio: Rage Against the Mentor, Incapability Of Realizing That Someone Is Evil, Dark Is Not Evil, Dishing Out Dirt, Unwitting Pawn, Victim Of Grand Theft Me, Waging A Battle in the Center of the Mind, Being one of the Kingdom Hearts' most difficult Secret Bosses, Human of a different world, Team Fathers
  • Domains: Earth, Darkness, Good
  • Allies: Aqua, Ventus, Sora, Rikunote  (extra points for getting tricked by two of the same villains as Terra himself), Mickey Mouse, Darth Vadernote , Luke Skywalker, Jaden Yuki, Gardevoir (Team Charm), Sailor Mercury, Absol, Jak, Rei Shingetsu/Vector, Sakura Matou, Liezerota, Luke Fon Fabre, Fighter McWarrior
  • Rivals: Naoki Kashima/the Demi-fiend
  • Enemies: Xehanort, Vanitas, Larxene, Count Veger, Number 96: Black Mist, Bernkastel, the Incubators, YVHV, Orochimaru, Satan, Count Olaf
  • Feared by: Konata Izumi
  • There has been talk among the Court of the Gods about Terra's title of Horrible Judge of Character in consideration that he isn't anywhere near as gullible as everyone thinks he is (it's actually due to severe exaggeration by the fan base). The list with the villains he interacted with are as follows.
    • Maleficent: She actually did help him, by giving him information about Xehanort and pointing him towards somewhere. Sure, it wasn't the most accurate information, but how was Terra supposed to know that? Besides, the moment she mentioned the Keyblade and said anything suspicious he got on guard almost immediately. Taking Aurora's heart was out of his control.
    • The Evil Queen: Terra didn't even trust her, he never had any intention of giving her Snow White's heart, because based on her words it was clear she wasn't.... Nice.
    • Lady Tremaine: Did not trust her at all. Sensed that she was evil from the start.
    • Hades: Terra was mistrustful of Hades the moment he laid eyes on him. Maybe it was the blue fire, blue skin, and black clothes, or his nonchalant talk of darkness, but Terra wasn't actually fooled by Hades at all. Terra was just fighting, nothing bad happened until Zack got involved, and that didn't have anything to do with Terra.
    • Doctor Jumba: In Terra's defense, Jumba is a really petty "villain", Terra himself was also unjustly incarcerated, and Stitch was a swell experiment so there was nothing to worry about at all.
    • Captain Hook: We know how Terra is with figures of authority, Hook was disrespectful but he wasn't suspicious. Not to mention that he really wasn't doing anything suspicious; he found that box of treasure fair and square! Peter Pan was also attempting to steel the box from him without any explanation as to why.
    • Master Xehanort: We already talked about him, but he's the easiest to explain honestly. Eraqus trusted him, he told Terra everything he wanted to say, Figure of authority, Eraqus trusted him, really placed himself in positions that were really convenient, and Eraqus, mister light is absolute, didn't think there was anything wrong with him. In different circumstances, Ventus and Aqua would have trusted Xehanort too, if he actually, you know, tried to talk to either of them at all. Which he didn't.
  • The Court eventually settled on Rage Against the Mentor due to such things occuring twice. Once against Eraqus via serious Poor Communication Kills and again against Xehanort
  • He's been spending more time with Riku, however, as well as Jaden Yuki, Sailor Mercury, and Absol the first due to being rather fascinated by Jaden's powers as The Supreme King, the second at Usagi Tsukino's request, and the last because she's partnered with Riku.
    • Since then, he's become rather fond of Mercury, as she reminds him a bit of Aqua. Upon learning that she had one time fallen to darkness due to being brainwashed by Nephrite, he confronted Nephrite, blasting him with Ultima Cannon. Considering Nephrite also got a taste of Riku's Dark Aura, it's safe to say Nephrite won't be bothering her for at least a while. Jak has even stated that he'd help take care of Nephrite with his Dark Eco Bomb should the latter attack again.
  • For a period of time before his deification, he was a follower of Master Xehanort, but their relationship didn't turn out well for him. He's claimed to have wizened up, but Xehanort still manages to get Terra to do favors for him, though nothing too bad has come of it so far. If Terra's actually that Genre Blind, or if Xehanort's just that good of a Manipulative Bastard is hard to tell.
    • For whatever reason, he was extremely wary upon learning of Vanitas's ascension, and it's rumored he's trying to get Ventus ascended.
  • Terra is banned from Haven City by Count Veger because of his bad judgment and his use of Darkness. However, Ashelin considers the ban to be pointless, considering others with similar backgrounds, Riku included, are also banned by Veger following Jak's exile.
  • Terra is considered a suspect in the theft of Princess Aurora's heart when she picked her finger and fell into a coma, since he was seen near the castle by the guards before they succumbed to a sleep spell. However, more evidence shows that the real culprit was Master Xehanort, who only made Terra think he stole Aurora's heart to further manipulate him.
  • Has an awkward friendship with Luke Skywalker, who Terra met through the latter's father, Darth Vader. The reason Terra is a little uneasy around Luke is because his voice reminds him of Master Eraqus, whose death he still feels guilty about indirectly causing. Luke has tried to reassure Terra that it's not a problem. After all, Vader did much worse in his time and was still redeemed in the end. The fact that Terra didn't jump off the slippery slope under almost the same situation where Anakin did is something to his credit.
  • Terra was banned by Cosmos and the rest of the G.U.A.G. from participating during the Friendship Asylum incident. It was bad enough that Riku got corrupted during this time, and Terra would have been even more vulnerable. Terra wasn't happy about sitting out, but he still helped Aqua from the sidelines, and he's glad that his successor is now recovering.
  • Was almost speechless hearing that Ventus finally ascended, in the same house as him, no less! Though he's confused on why a Gardevoir is sometimes hanging out with him. Absol had to explain through Telepathy to Terra about the Pokémon Partnerships to settle his confusion.
  • Many gamers in the pantheon are flat out scared of Terra. This is for two reasons: His reputation for being the most difficult main story boss in the entire Kingdom Hearts series, requiring a very specific form of attack to beat him, and most of all, being one of the most difficult Bonus Bosses in gaming history. This includes people like Konata Izumi.
    • This reputation, however, has drawn the attention of the Demi-Fiend, who wants to clash with Lingering Will.
  • Beware when Terra's hair is white, for that is a sign of him becoming Terra-Xehanort.
  • The House of Prophecy has a dread prophecy about him. One regarding Terra being one of the 13 Seekers of Darkness in the Second Keyblade War.
    • It happened and Terra was finally freed and restored to his original self that day. Many of his friends and allies were ecstatic of his return.

Lesser Gods

    Painwheel 
Painwheel, Goddess of Retaliation (Carol, Subject 0-84, Strashun)
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    Primeape 
Primeape, God of Cross-Popping Veins (The Pig Monkey Pokemon)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The veins on its forehead
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Ability: Anger Point
  • Gender: Male
  • Moveset: Swagger, Outrage, Close Combat, Stomping Tantrum
    • Z-Move: All-Out Pummeling
  • Portfolio: Hair-Trigger Temper, Violent Pig Monkeys, Fast But Can't Take A Hit, Cross-Popping Veins, Unstoppable Rage, Fighting-Type Primates, Glass Cannon, Will Not Stop Until Its Rage Is Abated, Varied Type Moveset, Ax-Crazy
  • Domains: Aggression, Fighting, Violence, Primates
  • Followers: Mashiro Blanc de Windloom, Trestkon, Rei Kiriyama
  • Those it's at least passive towards: Ash Ketchum, The Red Gyarados, King Kong, Beedrill, Tauros, its sub-house, Eren Yeager, Grouchy Smurf, Arya Stark, Charizard
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: The House of Sports
  • Enemies: Anyone who looks at it funny
  • Those it loathes entirely: Psychics, Fairies and Birds sub-Houses, Team Rocket, Freeza, Wyald, Yuuki Terumi, Bandit Keith and oddly enough Atrocitus
  • The Pig Monkey Pokemon, Primeape is the evolution to Mankey and quite possibly the angriest Pokemon around. Its Hair-Trigger Temper causes it lose it if it's so much as looked at funny, and when given chase it will never stop. It's this anger that, upon someone in the pantheon pissing it off, led it here in a rage. Dominated by its anger and always showcasing a cross-popping vein, it managed to become a god here.
  • Quickly got along and became the partner to the Incredible Hulk. It was a pretty obvious partnership; both are associated with incredible rage, becoming more powerful the madder they get. While this partnership gave the GUAE more to fear, the GUAG has become slightly more cautious as it has a tendency to go ballistic at them out of slights.
  • When it comes to other Pokemon, it'll team up with those who share its temperamental personality. As such, it gets along with the Red Gyarados, Beedrill and Tauros, along with its sub-house. Interestingly it also teams up with Charizard, despite normally getting mad at flying types due to its weakness. This comes from the fact that trainers in Kanto who pick Charmander will usually have to pick up a Mankey to help with the first, Rock type gym leader. There's somewhat of a bond between the two evolutionary lines.
  • On account of it being a primate, it associates with other primates in the House of Beast. Because of his own anger issues, he can understand where King Kong is coming from. However he hates Wyald despite the primate motive, because he gives a horrible name to primates everywhere. Freeza considers Primeape to epitomize the true brutality he sees with all filthy monkeys.
  • Ash successfully managed to catch an enraged Primeape, who as a Mankey stole his super-valuable hat. The Primeape would later participate in a wrestling tournament, proving itself viable and went into training to better itself. No-one's seen it since then, though the Primeape in the pantheon was impressed by Ash's showings. It has decided to enter the House of Sports, trying to be on its best behavior-a behavior that was tested upon meeting the cheating Bandit Keith
  • Spends time in the House of Hatred due to its own loathing, though it doesn't seem to like the evil members as they tend to inspire hatred rather more than be full of it. Yuuki Terumi was able to easily exploit Primeape's temper to troll it mercilessly, with the Pig Monkey Pokemon being too predictable in its rage to counter him. It'd rather be around Eren Yeager, Grouchy Smurf and Arya Stark.
  • Atrocitus felt that Primeape would be a perfect choice for the Red Lantern ring. It latched on to Primeape and gave him a power-up, but the Pokemon was already so pissed off it barely affected his mind. He later went on a rampage against the Red Lanterns for daring to control him in any way. Atrocitus removed the ring, however thanks to The Power of Hate Primeape was able to restart its own heart from sheer fury at being used by the Red Lantern Corps.
  • Went upon a rampage in the House of Fairies out of anger from being weak to them. While he wasn't too much of a hassle, he kept fighting until he had to respawn. Immediately went after them again, leading them to ban him. He also is aggressive to psychics and birds for similar reasons. Most Pokemon don't get angry at others just because they have their weakness, but most Pokemon aren't Primeape.
  • Despite being defined by its rage, calm-nautred Primeape do exist. However they're the exception rather than the norm, and the Primeape in the pantheon is certainly not calm-natured in any way whatsoever. It can also learn Iron Tail without a tail. Do you know what that means?
  • Being incredibly temperamental makes it hard for Primeape to make any friends, however people have come to pity it due to information revealed from the Rotomdex. It has been known to become so angry it dies as a result. Its face looks peaceful in death, however.

    SCP-096 
SCP-096, The God of Not Liking Being Looked At (The Shy Guy)
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The safest possible view of SCP-096
  • Lesser God, Greater God when enraged (Euclid by SCP standards)
  • Symbol: Himself, turned backwards so as not to face the viewer
  • Theme Song: Chase
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Having a morality system based on its face, Creepily Long Arms, Not wanting to have its face to be looked at, Humanoid Abomination, The Juggernaut, Lean and Mean, Will not stop until it kills anyone who looked at its face, To Serve Man, Volumetric Mouth
  • Domains: Faces, Skinniness, Rage, Rampages
  • Contained by: The SCP Foundation
  • Interests: Majora, Jack of Blades
  • Allies: None, he tries not to interact with anyone
  • Enemies: Anyone who sees his face. More specifically? Excalibur, Medusa, The Weeping Angels, SCP-173, SCP-682
  • Feared by: Cappy
  • Unclear opinion: The Boos
  • During the containment breach that resulted in SCP-106 ascending to the Pantheon, it was discovered that two other SCPs had also broken out. One was SCP-035, and the other was SCP-096. The Foundation's first priority was to find 096, not wanting to know what would happen if someone looked at its face.
  • SCP-096 was soon discovered wandering in the House of Anger, but unfortunately, Excalibur got too up in 096's face. Thankfully, the Foundation managed to get the other gods out of there without them looking at 096's face, while Excalibur dealt with 096's wrath. In the end, 096 was unable to kill anyone, thanks to, and including Excalibur, and thus 096 made the ﺧ益ﺨ face instead. Unfortunately, 096 was endorsed by Nekron, who desires to use 096's rampages for his own ends, and SCP-096 stayed in the Anger House once the Foundation rebuilt its containment chamber.
  • The SCP Foundation has advised everyone not to take photographs or any pictures of SCP-096. Artistic renderings won't trigger SCP-096, but it's probably best not to do so. And no, SCP-173 with a picture of SCP-096 is absolutely forbidden as a means of terminating SCP-682 or anything dangerous. Repeated suggestions for this will be demoted to D-Class. They tried getting 096 to terminate 682, 096 was traumatized afterwards.
  • Basically the polar opposite of the Boos. Neither of them like having their face looked at, however the Boos are paralyzed in fear while SCP-096 will go berserk. And while the Boos attack those who aren't looking, 096 is peaceful when its face isn't seen. There was a test to see what would happen if the two came in contact; as the Boos closed their eyes at the exact time SCP-096 turned its face, they didn't count as being seen and the two were paralyzed. At least until someone else saw SCP-096's face and it went on a rampage.
  • No relationship with the Shy Guys from the Super Mario Bros. series. SCP-096 isn't even properly sentient, it's just that the two don't want their face to be seen. At least, one hopes there's no relation. Mario deities are advised to stay far away from 096.
  • As it goes berserk even if the picture only has four discolored pixels, the Foundation tried to get it to attack SCP-173(who can't move if something's looking at it). SCP-173 was too fast and snapped it's neck, 173 healed and the cycle went on for about five hours before it escaped its cell. The Weeping Angels tried to gang up on SCP-096 and it proved a bloody stalemate that led both sides traumatized, the Angels unable to feed on it's potential life energy and SCP-096 unable to break them in their quantum-locked state.
  • As whoever looks at Medusa's face is petrified, she tried to pacify SCP-096. At first, it actually seemed to work as before 096 could get at her it turned to stone. Then the statue of SCP-096 started to move again, except now it was made of rock, making it even harder to deal with. Woops.
  • Majora and Jack of Blades were interested in SCP-096, due to its status as The Juggernaut. They want it to serve as their Big Dumb Body. The SCP Foundation is completely against this happening. It's theorized that while Jack of Blades wouldn't prevent SCP-096 from going berserk because the eyes would still be visible, as Majora would cover the whole face so no-one could look at it. Majora might be able to pull a Hijacking Cthulhu, but this would probably be much worse.
  • The Grand United Alliance of Good made a deal with the SCP Foundation to have Cappy be put on SCP-096 as a way to permanently pacify 096. They could trust the hat ghost. Unfortunately the Shy Guy's...nature caused Cappy to be in great pain, unable to exert any control and powerless whenever SCP-096 goes on a rampage. He was too traumatized to go anywhere near SCP-096 or anything Foundation-related again.
  • Theoretically you could pacify SCP-096 by putting a paper bag on its head. Don't tell them about it, they'll feel like massive idiots for not thinking about that first.

Demigods

    Benson 
Benson Dunwood, God of Visible Anger (Death Dragon, the Fifth Disc Master)
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    Bill "D-FENS" Foster 
William "Bill" Foster, God of Snapping Out (D-FENS)
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    Cranky Kong 
zzzzzzzzz-SNORT Huh?! Whazzat? Aw, dagnabbit!

Cranky Kong, the Grumpy Old God (The original Donkey Kong)

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Huh? You still here? Beat it! And let this old ape get some sleep!

    Gordon Ramsay 
"Delicious. Finally, a good *bleeping* profile. Serve it, please!"

Gordon Ramsay, God of Angry Chefs

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  • Demigod, but more than capable of throwing Greater Gods out of his House if they anger him
  • Symbol: A pitchfork flanked by the letters H and K, a Michelin Star, and/or a meat cleaver
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (Lawful with his care of the food safety and kitchen health, absolutely apeshit Chaotic when it doesn't follow his standards)
  • Portfolio: Angry Chef, Jerkass Has a Point, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Laser-Guided Karma, Serious Business, The Mean Brit, Dropping all kinds of F Bombs, Expects others' cooking to ALWAYS be good
  • Domains: Cooking, Anger, Fire
  • Followers: The staff of Baratie, Chef Louis, Chef Skinner, Colette Tatou, Gene Jenkinson, The McDonald Brothers, Chef Vlad, Anatoly, Dieter Schwartz, Mel Sharples, Garrett Blackstock, Angus Cook, The Swedish Chef, Yev Kaseem/The Soup Nazi, Chef Sun Woo, Quasimodo, Gerome, The Lunch Lady Ghost, Chef Hatchet
  • Allies: All good-aligned Food and some Commerce deities, The Nostalgia Critic, The Angry Video Game Nerd, The Cutie Mark Crusaders, Maes Hughes, Gamera, Benson Dunwood
  • Enemies: Anyone serving bad food like The Mafia of Cooks, Starjun, some evil-aligned Consumption deities, Sheldon J. Plankton, Asroc
  • Opposes: The very existence of the Flesh Eaters sub-house, Kurei, Donkey Kong, The Investigation Team
  • Disappointed by: Tomoe Gozen
  • For the longest time, Gordon Ramsay has been around the Trope Pantheons ever since the House of Food was first established as the God of Perfectionist Cooking. One day, he took a good look at his title and found that it's kind of non-indicative; sure, he expects a lot out of other chefs but all he wanted for them is to be the best they can be. He decided to rectify this by bringing his case to the Court of the Gods.
    • The Judges decided to give him a fitting trope: Angry Chef. Why? He infamously loses it in Hell's Kitchen and Kitchen Nightmares quite often, which add to his already existing fame. Mr. Ramsay found it fitting for him and accepted said trope, becoming one of the heads of the House of Food once again.
  • The House of Food has been a lot louder since his ascension and reascension. He still keeps his tone very civil and tranquil around customers and children. Nevertheless, many chefs there look up to Ramsay, valuing his knowledge and work ethic. He also has several allies in the House of Commerce due to his business savvy and well known cooking empire.
    • He is also responsible for enforcing a code of cleanliness in the kitchen. Anyone that allows their cooking station to go uncleaned for any longer than the standard dinner service gets his full fury.
  • He has declared that anyone who even thinks of serving raw food should be thrown out of the kitchen (and has done it several times already). Upon his ascension, he realized that some Gods prefer raw food and has modified his menu to reflect this, but anyone who attempts to serve raw food to customers that didn't order it gets a tirade of expletives at a minimum.
    • Obviously enough, badly-skilled cooks grinds his gears so much so he opposed the Mafia of Cooks and Plankton for making food so bad it drove away customers. They both are trying to find a way to get their food onto the main menu though chances are that won't be happening under his watch. Starjun seeks to take over the House of Food for himself, but Ramsay makes sure he stays in his assigned post and nothing beyond that. There are some evil-aligned sub-house of Consumption deities Ramsay had a bad footing with and he greatly opposed the very idea of the sub-house of Flesh Eaters; calling it, "an unfathomable and horrid mess that I refuse to ever set foot," though he admits a few deities there are not all bad.
    • He calls Chie, Yukiko, and Rise "very big disappointments" when it comes to Mystery Food X which he personally calls, "a pile of donkey *bleep* that makes raw meat look delicious". They did try to improve under his guidance but so far minimal progress has been made, much to his chagrin.
      Ramsay: How the *bleep* can you let this slip by, huh?
      Naoto: I don't know! It's a miracle that I'm still friends with them.
    • He considers Tomoe Gozen as another disappointment due to a certain incident involving an attempt to something at "cook 10 minutes over high fire" when the direction written was "cook 20 minutes over low fire". While she handled his tirade calmly, that facade completely broke the moment he threatened to call in someone else to straighten her out (his imitation of a sparrow chirping was overkill).
      Gordon: Oh my god... like Persona, like user eh? You call yourself a housewife, huh? Would you like me to call HER over?
      Tomoe: [visibly shaking] That will be unnecessary, sir.
  • Some consider him to be a God of Emotion as well due to his constant outbursts. He maintains that he is a chef and his anger is a tool to make his fellow chefs learn from their mistakes. He did got so mad once, he swore for a whole day, causing even Cartman to listen in stunned silence.
    • This gave him Odd Friendships in the Angry Video Game Nerd and the Nostalgia Critic since the three often swear a lot. Surprisingly, the two don't lose it in front of Ramsay that much; in fact they respect him and like his food. Of course, when they start to bicker, Ramsay had to kick them out for a while to prevent another ruckus.
    • When pissed, he usually calls those around him "donkeys" or "doughnuts". He had to bite his tongue when he said that to Donkey Kong for many reasons. First, Donkey Kong laughed at his face. Second? The ape had a barrel ready to be thrown at the House of Food. Of course, this still led to the ape being thrown out. This is Gordon Ramsay we're talking about.
    • Benson is someone Ramsay can relate to due to getting pissed at their employees a lot and their anger towards them shows. Ramsay often tell Benson to not lose himself when giving his employees a yelling, especially after hearing that as a child, Benson never wanted to yell at first.
  • Has been known to stay his temper around children and amateur Chefs, but his reputation still intimidates them. That legendary temper got put to the test the day he met up with the Cutie Mark Crusaders coming into his Temple screaming, "CUTIE MARK CRUSADERS MASTER CHEFS! YAY!!!" What happened next is between him, the CMC and the other Equestrian Gods.
    The CMC: We're sorry, Mr. Ramsay.
    Gordon: ...That's okay, kids. Uh... let's forget about this, alright?
    • He is surprised that a giant creature like Gamera can be friendly to kids. They've been allies since and Gamera is willing to be Ramsay's muscle should the head chef face a very powerful enemy.
  • Was nearly beaten up by Charlotte LaBouff after she believed he was hurting Tiana's feelings, when he was actually commending Tiana for her diligence and determination. They are on better terms now (thanks in no small part to Tiana's gumbo).
  • Is not afraid to admit that he loves his mum, even curbing his swearing in front of her. He heard that even Kurei also behaved around his mother, though that didn't stop Ramsay from opposing him and his violent ways.
  • Ramsay and Asroc don't really get along even if the latter is a great chef (with a specialty in sweets). While Ramsay is a Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Asroc is just a jerk period, even setting aside his murderous hatred against normal humans. At the very least, he can agree with the notion that Mystery Food X is an atrocity to the culinary arts.
  • Has welcomed the KiraKira PreCures and congratulated them when the KiraPatisserie opened in the Pantheons. He finds their desserts to be exqusitely delicious, unlike a certain baking company...
  • Was featured in a rap battle against Julia Child. Nobody knows who won. Though he himself implied that he won.
  • Apparently, he acts the same way whenever he's the boss of something besides cooking. When a mortal studio wanted to make a video game based on him and Diner Dash, Ramsay himself made sure that they followed "exactly" what he wanted it to be like. Needless to say, he gave the House of Gaming quite the scare.
  • He got on Hot Ones after a lot of people were pestering him about appearing in an episode. He came in prepared... and refuses to have an experience like that ever again. That doesn't stop him from serving spicy chicken wings, since he knows there's a demand for it in the Pantheons.
  • "Raw, raw, raw! Get out of my kitchen!"
  • Also one of the Guards of the House of Food.

    Dr. Perry Cox 
Percival Ulysses "Perry" Cox, God of Perpetual Grumpiness (Dr. Cox, Jesus H. Cox M.D.)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Symbol of Sacred Heart
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: he does drink a lot, Un-sociable sarcastic Jerk, He genuinely wants to help people, Calls everyone by a nickname, Using harsh methods to turn interns from nervous newbies into competent doctors ready to save lives, Fondness for delivering long, sarcastic and often highly colorful rants to punish slip-ups, Having a huge ego but being good enough to back it up, Working tirelessly to make the world better despite his own constant cynicism and pessimism.
  • Domains: Ranting, Medicine, Tough Love, Anger, Helping
  • Allies: J.D. and Turk, The Janitor
  • Opposes: James Howlett / Wolverine, Jean Valjean, The Vogons
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Dr. Gregory House, Ron Swanson
  • Is usually seen as a loud, sarcastic, angry, yelling Jerk that has a huge ego and loves the attention, Yet his reasons for doing this are not clear cut as having an ego, in this approach; he wants his interns to learn, as quickly as possible, that lives depend on them, and that eventually they must rely on their own skills rather than outside assistance.
    • Formerly the God of Tough Yet Firm Mentors, his position was overthrown by Izumi Curtis just on the basis on how terrifying she was. With nowhere else to back up on, he was forced to hang up his lab coat to the disappointment of his students. It was an unlikely source that called one day: longtime rival Gregory House. He noted that the Care Bears left a new position for him to take over. For being the one perpetually grumpy man in a hospital comedy, Grumpy Bear handed over his old title to Perry Cox. With that, he was ready to return to the Pantheon.
  • He will teach them what they need to but he will be tough on them with disrespect until they can do everything themselves. J.D. and Turk know well. As much as they get chided on their childish escapades, they know he knows the best for them at heart. They wouldn't be the doctors that they are without him. Cox does like the title change for one reason; he now doesn't have to hear Dr. Dorian say that he is his mentor.
  • That doesn't always mean that he does it just to help as he does actually have giant ego and a bit of a God Complex. For example, see his self-congratulatory rant which included the lines "I did it, I'm a genius, I'm a huge brain in a ripped-up body, I am Jesus H. Cox M.D.!"
  • Keeps the Janitor for one good reason; the Almighty Janitor has a knack for getting back at people who have wronged him. Cox can at least rely on the Janitor to be reliably serious about his work.
  • He also has been know to long, angry rants towards others for anything stupid, irresponsible, or perceived wrong, whether or not they deserve it is another question. Given just how many outlandish people there are in the Pantheon, you can expect this to happen a lot.
  • Has a long and storied rivalry with Dr. House. Appearing a few years apart, some may think that the two are like two peas in a part. That is the quickest way to a beating from either of them. Cox thinks House is irresponsible with his pills and treats his patients terribly. House thinks of his fellow doctor as a terrible mentor to J.D. and Turk. Thankfully, they can put their differences aside when it comes to both saving lives and cutting the red tape of bureaucracy.
  • He has little patience for bureaucracy and often goes out of his way to help his patients even if its against rules or not profitable. The Vogons have long been a thorn to his side when it comes to this. He was glad when they were removed from the Pantheon... only to sigh when they made their return.
    • Ron Swanson is seen as a marginally better person. It's a case that Ron also dislikes bureaucracy, but is unfortunately unable to get it to work his way. He is at least more likely to help Cox clear things for him.
  • One time entered The GUAG Medical Division and offers to help work there and tutor some of the other members that are not doctors, though he is quick to point out that they should listen to what he has to teach otherwise something like this may happen.
  • His opinion on you can sour quickly if you even give slight praise to Hugh Jackman. Wolverine and Jean Valjean have yet to escape his bitter tongue foe accepting that actor as one of their avatars.
  • Like Taokaka he has nicknames for almost every member of the Pantheon, for example he calls Dorian every girls name he can think of and calls Turk "Ghandi".
  • Not allowed in The House of Technology after he destroyed a tech lab due to the Tech Guy not being there, although he claims that in defense he did leave that guy a note.
  • Many in the House of Love are unsure of how to feel on his views on love.
  • He tries his hardest to help the patient and when he's incapable of doing so it affects him strongly.
  • Many others that get tired of his ego or rants are often told that they can't let him leave again as he is too good at his job to leave and that he is actually a better person then they think.
  • Does not like to be told that people are nicer on the inside or that they hard outer shell and they have a creamy center.
    "Do you know what people are Bastards, bastard coated bastards with bastard filling."

    Scrappy-Doo 
Scrappy-Doo, Patron Saint of Fan-Hated Characters and Being Provoked into Fighting (Scrappy-Dappy-Doo!)
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    Squidward Tentacles 
Squidward Quincy Tentacles, God of Cranky Neighbors (Big Nose, Squidzzy, Squidward Tennisballs, Squidward Tentpoles, Squidward Tortellini, Captain Magma, Sour Note)
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Quasideities

    Nicky Cavella 
Nicholas "Nicky" Cavella, God of Literally Pissing People Off
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  • Quasideity
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy, Hate Sink, Snivelling Coward Behind A Tough Guy Facade, Excrement Statement, Eviler Than Thou Deconstructed, Suicidally Stupid Sadism, I Am A Humanitarian, Smug Snake (Was Initially A No-Nonsense Nemesis), Faux Affably Evil, Bad Boss, Killed His Parents And Sister As A Child, Utterly Evil Even By Punisher Villain Standards
  • Domains: Depravity, Organized Crime, Aggression, Cowardice, Intimidation
  • Allies: Ethan Roark Junior, Wyald, Gregor Clegane, Wild Hunt, Prime Minister Honest, the 456 Ambassador, Cioccolata, Kevin, Junko Enoshima
  • On speaking terms with: Black Manta, Diavolo
  • Enemies: FRANK CASTLE, Night Raid, Jason Todd, Leonard Snart, Ren Amamiya and the Phantom Thieves of Heart, Giorno Giovanna, Vito Corleone, Al Capone, Juzo Sakakura, Bruce Wayne/Batman, John Hartigan, Marv, Matt Murdock
  • Opposes: Ragyo Kiryuin
  • Opposed by: The whole House of Family (except Scar), most of the Houses of Justice, Crime and most figures in organized crimes like Wilson Fisk, Walder Frey
  • Nicholas Cavella, preferring to go by Nicky, was the son of a respected mafia leader. Usurping his family, he built a reputation by being the most vicious, ruthless mafioso possible. One of his worst crimes being feeding an obstinate Chinese gangster his own son. In order to destabilize the Punisher, he filmed himself urinating on the corpses of his loved ones to piss him off beyond belief. It worked, just not in how he wanted.
  • His act of desecrating the remains of Castle's family backfired tremendously since the Punisher was in a state of pure Tranquil Fury, targeting everyone besides the mobsters. Before shooting him in the gut he made it clear that even though It's Personal, he has not shaken him at all. Upon his ascension Nicky was utterly terrified that the Punisher was also there. And that it wasn't just the Punisher, but the Punisher from the Earth-616 universe, where superpowered beings exist. He really doesn't want to tackle the mainstream Marvel universe yet.
  • He tries to come off as an affable gang member to his cohorts, but it's a barely maintained veneer. The real Nicky is a depraved psychopath who thinks that he's The Dreaded, when in reality other gang members steer clear of him because he's repulsive. And beneath his Ax-Crazy personality, he's an utter coward who dies an Undignified Death. Most of the House of Crime has contempt for his depraved, sniveling ways. He's only really useful for the dirtiest of dirty work.
  • Giorno Giovanna despises Nicky for representing the worst of organized crime. Despite their villainous ways, Vito Corleone and Al Capone think he gives crime a really bad name. Due to his similar appearance to Andy Garcia, Vito was ashamed to see such a scumbag look like his illegitimate grandson Vincent Macini. Capone noticed he looked like George Stone, and didn't like it.
  • Has been a psycho since a young age, killing his immediate family as a kid and acting innocent afterwards while blaming it on his uncle. For this he has been permanently banned from the House of Family, leading him to curse his relatives, the world and God Himself. The only person in that House he comes close to getting along with is Scar, since he murdered his brother and tried to kill his nephew in order to get the throne.
  • Despite being about as depraved as her, he can't stand Ragyo Kiryuin, mainly due to how she molested her daughters. This has nothing to do with his non-existent standards, but his own background. He conspired with his aunt for the family massacre and takeover, and she would routinely force herself on him.
  • Secretly bisexual. He really doesn't like it and will kill anyone who says a word of it. Whether this has something to do with his aunt molesting him is unknown.
  • While Walder Frey may be as much of a scumbag as Nicky, he doesn't like how he cooked his enemies their kid since it happened to him. Kevin however was interested in this, given his cannibalistic tendencies. Kevin reminded him of his silent but deadly minion Ink, and can count on his help so long as he supplies enough prostitutes and others to eat and supposedly take their souls.
  • Has found it hard to find people to serve him. His needlessly sadistic acts and seeing his men as expendable has alienated potential allies in and out of the pantheon. Most of the time he has to rely on those as or more psychotic than himself. As such Wyald and Wild Hunt help with his dirty work, with Prime Minister Honest approving of his depravity.
  • Though hated by much of organized crime, there are those as inhumanly despicable as him who are perfectly fine with his practices and see him as useful. Both Black Manta and Diavolo sometimes make deals and drug shipments, and he was more than willing to find kids to give to the 456 Ambassador. Cioccolata in particular loved temporarily working with him since he could be as sadistic as he wanted.
  • The Sniper thinks his use of piss is sloppy and petty. Nicky doesn't bother responding to him, since it was done in a completely different context.
  • Upon his ascension, Junko Enoshima showed interest and had her cohorts, the Wild Hunt, capture him at once for 'recalibration'. But after hearing him boast about his depraved actions, the Despairs offered him a spot in their organization, rendering him in charge of handling prisoners and captives. Nicky's favored tactic, of course, is literally defecating and urinating at his tied-up victims.

Alternative Title(s): Anger Emotions

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