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    Michiru Kagemori, Nazuna Hiwatashi, and Shirou Ogami 
Michiru Kagemori, Nazuna Hiwatashi, and Shirou Ogami, Divine Representatives of Beastman (Nazuna: Déesse Louve || Shirou: Ginrou, Silver Wolf)
Left to right: Michiru and Nazuna in their human and beastman forms
Shirou Ogami's human and wolf forms
  • Lesser Goddesses for Michiru and Nazuna, Intermediate God for Shirou
  • Symbol:
    • Michiru: A basketball with a tanuki pawprint
    • Nazuna: Her merchandise as a pop idol
    • Shirou: A Silver Wolf Charm
  • Theme Music: Ready To, Night Running
  • Alignments:
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Beastman; Tanukis, Sports (Michiru); Kitsunes, Pop Idols (Nazuna); Protectors, Police, Wolves (Shirou)
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Complicated Relationship: Bigby Wolf
  • Michiru and Nazuna were the best of friends in high school, being the Tomboy and Girly Girl with differing dreams (Michiru wants to be a professional Basketball player, while Nazuna wants to be an Idol Singer). One day they both ended up hospitalized after a traffic accident, where they were unknowingly transfused with Beastman blood, causing them to transform into artificial Beastman themselves (Michiru becomes a tanuki, while Nazuna becomes a kitsune). After this incident, they both took different paths unwillingly as a result of their transformation. Nazuna was taken to a research facility only to be saved by Alan Sylvasta and Boris Cliff, who both used her as an Unwitting Pawn in their plan to turn Beastman into humans under the pretense of saving them from the Nyrvasyl Syndrome, all the while making her an idol as the popularity goes to her head. Michiru in the meantime traveled to Anima City both to get away from prejudiced humans and to find a cure for her "disease". When they eventually reunite, they both had a falling out before eventually reconciling, learning to accept the Beastman for who they are and saving the civilians of Anima City, eventually accepting their new circumstances as both human and Beastman.
  • Shirou was originally a wolf beastman of Eastern European descent from approximately a thousand years ago that lived in city known as Nirvasyl. One day the Beastman living there were massacred by humans, presumably due to Nirvasyl syndrome. Absorbing the blood and souls of the countless dead Beastman, Shirou became the first Silver Wolf and vowed to hunt the human general responsible for the massacre, leading him to resent humans, even after giving up on revenge. Shirou becomes the protector of Beastman in Anima City, and eventually crosses paths with Michiru. Though the two didn't get along, they eventually became close friends as Michiru helps to lighten Shirou opinion on humans, helping him to save the Beastman of Anima City from Alan Sylvasta's (the descendent of the human general Shirou was hunting down) plans.
  • One day, the Court of the Gods reviewed their case, and after learning of their origins, offered a position of godhood in the Pantheon. The three accepted (albeit reluctantly in Shirou's case) after some consideration, decided they can help promote peace for the Beastman in the Pantheon. There, the three were awed at the Pantheon's wonders, as they all explored it and expanded their horizons.
  • The three would cross paths with other Studio Trigger deities in the Pantheon, each with differing results. Michiru became fast friends with Akko Kagari and Ryuko Matoi, since they both had similar traits to hernote . Nazuna befriended Diana Cavendish due to how both wanted to pursue their dreams, Nazuna showing sympathy for Diana after hearing how she wasn't able to pursue her dream until Akko helped her, while Diana showed some sympathy for Nazuna after hearing how she was an Unwitting Pawn.
  • Raphtalia, Makoto Nanaya, and Blake Belladonna were among the first to greet the three in the Pantheon after hearing of their backstories. They knew what it was like to be on the receiving end of prejudice, so they wanted to help them in their goal of uniting humans and anthro-animals. The three were surprised when they found out Michiru and Nazuna were originally human, but they quickly accepted them after they helped to save the Beastman in Anima City. Makoto was once a lot like Shirou, initially hating humans for their prejudice before finding human friends who accepted her, and hopes to encourage him to meet more kind-hearted humans. Blake also saw a lot of herself in Shirou and had also met humans who became her friends, even one related to a cruel human who persecuted her race. Michiru, despite ironically claiming to hate Tanuki's despite being turned into one, became quick friends with Raphtalia after seeing her kindness and meeting Naofumi, whose behavior reminds her of Shirou, but coming to sympathize with him after learning how he was framed for sexual assault.
  • Ike and Micaiah (the former more so) had previously interacted with Beastman (or laguz in their world), so they immediately became friends with the trio. Shirou comes to respect Ike for his kindness and might as a leader, while Michiru and Nazuna befriended Micaiah and tend to visit the House of Health and Disease with her. Miciah was surprised to learn the two were formerly human, but she still accepted them as her friends, and actually felt sorry for Nazuna after learning she was used as a pawn for a cult and attempt at the equivalent of a genocide.
  • Despite the Beastman being similar to Faunus, Michiru, Nazuna, and Shirou have nothing but contempt for Adam Taurus, mainly for his extremist attitude and sense of entitlement. Shirou especially despises Adam for being dark reflection of his behavior towards humans, as well as being hypocritical enough to harm his fellow faunus. Adam in turn sees Michiru and Nazuna as fakes imitating Faunus, while seeing Shirou as a disappointment for not eradicating humans when he had the chance (though he does grow to fear his power).
  • The three are absolutely disgusted with the likes of Khazrak and Gorthor for their bloodhungry, savage and misanthropic nature. Shirou especially despises Gorthor for being so depraved and willing to kill his fellow Beastman, and he does not reciprocate the feeling when Khazrak sees him as a Worthy Opponent after seeing his power first hand. Shirou makes it bluntly clear that the two of them give Beastman a bad name, and would be more than willing to kill them so long as it doesn't upset Michiru.
  • She-Hulk and the Hunter both underwent a blood transfusion. The former received her powers as a result of the transfusion, just like Michiru and Nazuna. The latter's blood transfusion was a common medical procedure due to the blood's illness healing properties, reminding the girls of how their blood was able to cure the Nyrvasyl Syndrome in Beastman (though they were horrified to learn that the transfusion ended up transforming people into monsters, with a lot hunters included among those people). Michiru was surprised to hear about how She-Hulk embraced her transformation rather quickly, considering the angst she went through when she first transformed into a Tanuki.
  • Beast Boy in one timeline received a blood transfusion from Miss Martian, granting him his shapeshifting abilities. Beast Boy became fast friends with Michiru and Nazuna after hearing of their circumstances, and he offers to teach them more about their powers. He's impressed by how Nazuna managed to take on a full beast form and hopes to teach Michiru how to do the same thing.
  • Kipo is a mutant capable of partially or fully transform into a beast form, and she had save the mutes from being turned back into normal animals, which made them undergo a Death of Personality, which was very similar to how Michiru, Nazuna, and Shirou had to save the Beastman from being turned into humans, stripping them away from their old life. Kipo became quick friends with Michiru and Nazuna, even joining them in their friendship greeting.
  • Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde became fast friends with the trio, each for different reasons. Judy and Nick were honored to meet a fellow cop on the force join the Pantheon (even if Nick finds wolves howling stereotypical), while Shirou respects the two for overcoming their personal flaws (Judy's prejudice against predators, Nick's embrace of the sneaky fox stereotype). The duo saw how similar the girls were to themselves for the same reasons (Michiru had unknowing prejudice, while Nazuna embraced the sneaky fox personality), and showed support for their goal in coexistence.
  • Exclusive to Michiru:
    • Tom Nook was the first to greet the trio when they first got their individual temples, helping them get acquanited to their new home and settling in, while giving them several job offers in the Pantheon. Michiru comes to see Tom as a more honest and legitimate businessman version of Marie Itami, and is surprised when he tells her that she can buy and sell items at his shop. She does sympathize with him after hearing about how his dream was ruined by corrupt businessman.
    • The Tanuki of Tama Hill have a complicated relationship with Michiru, since she was born a human yet was transformed into a tanuki. At the very least though, it does seem to be positive, as they are willing to teach Michiru how to use her shapeshifting more efficiently. Though Michiru is a little disgusted at seeing them enlarge their testes and is at least glad it's only her tail that can change size and shape.
    • Michiru is a big fan of basketball and has always wanted to be professional player. Because of this, she gets along with the likes of Wilt, Tetsuya Kuroko, and Michael Jordon (even admiring the latter for being a professional basketball player). She also crossed paths with the Looney Tunes characters and the Mornstars after learning of their big game once. Michiru is all too eager to join former whenever they need to replace Michael Jordon.
      • To a lesser extent, Michiru has also played baseball, even though it's not exactly the same. She has proven herself good at it with her abilities, and she even managed to rekindle Animacity's love for the game after they spent so much time gambling and rigging. Sonic, Mario, and their companions have all played baseball before, and since they used their special abilities in those games, the invited Michiru to join them on occasion.
  • Exclusive to Nazuna:
    • Tamamo-nomae became fast friends with Nazuna after hearing the circumstances behind her story and comparing it to her own. Nazuna lied about being the Silver Wolf both for the sake of popularity and a misguided attempt to help the Beastman, only for the deception to be exposed and cause the Nirvasyl syndrome outbreak. Tamamo had hidden her ears for a month before she was exposed as a fox, being hunted down like an animal. Tamamo offers to show Nazuna how to use her shapeshifting powers without any deception, seeing the potential in her and being impressed by what she can do. Nazuna accepts the offer and agrees to train under Tamamo.
    • Yomi seems fascinated by Nazuna's transformation into a fox, took great pride in Nazuna and Michiru's shared goal in uniting humanity with Beastman, and fully supports her cause. She also shows great interest in her musical talents as a pop idol, wanting to see her shows alongside. Yomi once asked if Nazuna and Michiru are an item, which Nazuna awkardly denies, though that doesn't seem to convince Yomi at all and she secretly thinks the two would be a good couple.
    • Nazuna was fascinated by the aurora generated by the Guardians of the Northern Lights, comparing it to her ability to cast light and illusions when she was pretending to be the Silver Wolf. The foxes were in turn curious about Nazuna's power over light and came over to take a closer look. Nazuna was awed by their light and found the foxes rather cute, while the foxes came to see her as someone like them.
    • Ran Yakumo shows a slight interest in Nazuna after learning she started out as a human, yet ended up transforming into a kitsune. While it's ambigious to call Nazuna a Youkai, Ran nevertheless shows great interest in Nazuna's power and calls her an honorary kitsune, something that Nazuna is thrilled by.
    • Ahri was mistaken for a kitsune by Nazuna, only for the former to bluntly correct her that she is a Gumiho. However, she lets it slide after seeing that Nazuna is a fox idol just like her, becoming a good friend with and offering to teach her how to charm others. Nazuna turns it down because she wants people to like her for her instead being charmed.
    • Nazuna is downright terrified and revolted by the likes of SCP-953 for her sadism and appetite for human livers. The kumiho in turn calls Nazuna a filthy hybrid and abomination after learning of her origins, while desiring to trick Nazuna into eating Michiru.
    • Renamon has become a good friend to Nazuna after the two crossed paths, with Nazuna coming to admire Renamon's power and skills and helping her to protect the digital world once. After hearing of how Michiru can use chameleon camoflauge for stealth purposes, Nazuna had requested Renamon to teach her about stealth.
    • Reynard is another fox Nazuna has come to dislike for his dishonest and manipulative lifestyle. When Reynard points out she deceived the Beastman in her world, Nazuna retorts that she at least feels bad for doing and tries to make things right, whereas Reynard has absolutely no shame at all in what he's doing.
    • Nazuna became close friends with Tails, namely because Nazuna is good friends with children and Tails has come to enjoy her songs. Tails was also interested in Nazuna's backstory and her powers too, using his Miles-Electric to scan her abilities. Nazuna in turn also cheers for Tails and Michiru whenever they play baseball together.
    • Nazuna would come to meet with other Idol Singers in the Pantheon. Among them, she tends to get along with likes of Rise Kujikawanote , Plasmagicanote , the Mermaid Princessesnote , and Miku Hatsunenote . Nazuna also got along with the likes of Muse and Aqours, admitting that she envies the fact that they had more selfless intentions with becoming Idols than she did. Sonia Strumm became fast friends with Nazuna, who was shocked to learn about how Sonia originally quit as a singer, but understood her reasons after learning about what happened. She also ships Sonia with Geo after learning of how the two became friends.
  • Exclusive to Shirou:
    • Amaterasu is a protector wolf deity who was revered and respected throughout the land just like Shirou as the Silver Wolf. Shirou comes to respect Amaterasu for fulfilling her duty and helping to protect the people of her land, while showing a soft spot for her son, Chibiterasu.
    • Holo is a wolf goddess (despite not liking to be called that) who came to fell in love with a man and become his business partner. While Shirou isn't exactly comfortable around humans, when he saw how much the two care for each other, he's willing to support the relationship after seeing how happy Holo is with him. He's also willing to give his condolences to Holo when she inevitably outlives her husband.
    • Liar Princess was a wolf who was given the power to transform into a human, but eventually lost that, her singing voice, and her memories of the prince she fell in love with. Shirou is surprised to see another wolf who has fallen in love with a human, but nevertheless does admire her selflessness after seeing the sacrifices she made for the human she loved, especially after seeing how kind the prince is.
    • Moro and Shirou have come to see each other as kindred spirits due to how they disliked humans for their actions against them. Although Shirou finds it unusual to find a human adopted and raised by a wolf, seeing how San is against humans for their destruction of nature, as well as finding a human she trusts very much, has Shirou consider San to be an honorary wolf.
    • Bigby is a wolfman working for the police force just like him, though he used to be far more murderous in the past. Shirou, despite seeing how much Bigby has in common with him, still shows some caution around him due to some of his reckless stunts and more abrasive attitude in his worst moments. Shirou has decided to stay by his side to keep him in check and make sure he doesn't cause any unnecessary harm.
    • Shirou was surprised to find out how much he and Hohenheim were alike, both carrying the souls of their people within them after a horrible tragedy be felled them. Hohenheim came to sympathize with Shirou over what happened to him, while the latter would come to respect Hohenheim as a comrade and a friend after learning how he took the time to interact with every soul in his body and helped prevent the massacre of an entire country.

    Red XIII/Nanaki 
Red XIII, God of Wise Beasts (Nanaki, "DogCat", "MeowBark")

    The Serpentine Generals 
The Serpentine Generalsnote , Deified Snake People (Skales: Lord Skales, King Skales | Pythor: The Snake King, The Mysterious Stranger)
The Benevolent Serpentine Generals (top, from left to right: King Scales (Hypnobrai) and Acidicus (Venomari); bottom, from left to right: Skalidor (Constrictai) and Fangtom (Fangpyre)
The Evil Serpentine Generals (from left to right: Pythor (Anacondrai) and Aspheera (Pyro Vipers))
  • Overall Intermediate Deities. Intermediate Deities (The Serpentine Generals). Greater Goddess (Aspheera with the Scroll of Forbidden Spinjitzu)
  • Symbol: The symbols on their staffs (the Serpentine Generals). The Scroll of Forbidden Spinjitzu (Aspheera).
  • Theme Song: The Lost City of Ouroboros (in general), Slither Pit (Skales), Lloyd Meets The Fangpyre (Fangtom), Pythor P. Chumsworth's Medley (Pythor), Aspheera's Medley (Aspheera).
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (the Hypnobrai, Fangpyre, Venomari and Constrictai tribes). Neutral Evil (Pythor and Aspheera)
  • Portfolio: Snake People, Initially a Big Bad Ensemble before uniting under Pythor's rule, Heel–Race Turn (except for Pythor and Aspheera), Went to War with Humanity over Misunderstandings and Deception from Master Chen, The Most Popular Enemy Faction of Ninjago with Multiple Reappearances
  • Domains: Snakes, Humanoids, Reptiles
  • Heralds:
    • Skales: Skales Jr. and Selma (his son and wife, respectively)
    • Aspheera: The Pyro Vipers
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • When the First Spinjitzu Master created the Realm of Ninjago, many races came into existence in it, with one in particular being the Serpentine, a large race of snake humanoids that came in various tribes and races. Though they initially had hostility with humanity, a truce was temporarily reached when both species agreed to keep out of each other's designated territories. Their days of peace almost saw an end when young Sensei Wu crossed into Serpentine territory and indirectly allowed an evil member of their kind, Aspheera, to start a conquest of Ninjago before he stopped her, allowing peace to return. But the truce would eventually collapse when the treacherous Master Chen, eager to conquer it all, used rumors and deception to trick both humans and Serpentine into believing the other wanted to go to war and so succeeded at it. The war lasted until the humans drove the Serpentine undergrounds with special charming flutes, trapping the Serpentine for hundreds of years; the Serpentine's leaders, the Anacondrai Generals, were all banished to the Cursed Realm as punishment for their actions leaving their souls stuck in a prison for a long time.
    • They would be eventually freed in the present day courtesy of Lloyd Garmadon, the son of infamous Lord Garmadon, who wanted to use their armies as means of conquering Ninjago to impress his father. But all tribes turned against him and eventually united to conquer Ninjago under the leadership of Pythor P. Chumsworth, the last member of the Anacondrai after all others died of starvation underground, he plotted to awaken the terrifying colossal snake, the Great Devourer so as to use her power to subjugate Ninjago and force humans underground as revenge. But the Great Devourer went out of control, seemingly ate and killed Pythor and forced the serpentine to lay low until Lord Garmadon himself killed the giant snake for good and took the group over, before General Skales, who had served Pythor, betrayed Garmadon and tried to lead the Serpentine to plummet Ninjago beneath the ground but was defeated and sealed with the others inside the catacombs of the Stone Army. However, months later the Serpentine managed to escape but reformed into a more benevolent race, eventually reconciling with the people of Ninjago and achieving true peace at last... With the exception of Aspheera and Pythor, both of who cling on to their evil ways to this day.
  • The most important members of the race were ascended after the threat of Aspheera was dealt with. The vast majority of the Serpentine took little time to earn friends and allies in the Pantheon, but some such as Pythor and Aspheera instead took to making a lot of enemies and allies, only seeking out some alliances with evil deities that can help them both defeat the Ninja and all their allies. The good-aligned ones instead have retained their alliance with the Masters of Spinjitzu and by extension their friendly relations with humanity.
  • As serpent people, they got some amusing views from Steven Universe, as the young hero remembers having had fears of snakes in his youth due to them lacking arms and fitting well into the delusions of conspiracy theorist Ronaldo Fryman, an odd figure of Steven's childhood. He was majorly glad to hear that their species now lived in harmony with humanity as opposed to the past where tensions were high enough to eventually lead into a war. Steven particularly respects King Skales for being the one responsible for it, and Skales himself found some connection with Rose Quartz over taking up the initiative to start reforming a rather rotten system into a more peaceful considerate one out of their own decisions to do so.
  • Exclusive to the good-aligned serpentine:
    • Having had issues with coexisting with humans, the good-aligned Serpentine saw some curious allies that had equal dealings with regards to coexistence. One of these was Star Butterfly, former princess of Mewni who after gaining sympathy for the monster race who she once used to see as enemies began a campaign to help them coexist as equals with her people, the mewmans and eventually helped her successor and rightful queen, Eclipsa, to further better relationships. Star in particular sympathizes with their initial situation and is glad to hear that they've gone back to being equals coexisting with humanity.
    • Kipo was another one of these allies, the mute-girl had to deal with a conflict involving mutated animals and humans having mutual disdain for each other's group. Kipo had to make sure to act as an ambassador to end the animosity between mutes and humans, which lead to her succeeding with time. Kipo herself bonded mostly with Acidicus, thanks to the Venomari General's knowledge on books and ancient texts which she has grown interested in learning about, she also greatly admires how Skales turned himself to the right path and helped his species do so as well with little prompting from anyone else.
    • As they've had two-way issues in regards to mistrust and hatred against or from humans, the benevolent Serpentine don't take kindly to anyone who wants to exterminate monsters or non-humans purely because of how they look. Some highlights in this category of enemies include the likes of B.B Hood, Simon Laurent, The Magic High Commission members Rhombulus and Omnitraxus as well as Mina Loveberry. Skales in particular was disturbed to hear about the latter three being willing to commit genocide even on monster children, and as such has made sure to keep his people safe from possible attacks.
    • The Serpentine are also wary of the human supremacist Colonel McCullough, who isn't really evil but is so strongly opposed to the existance of non-human sapient species that he'll go through great lengths to ensure their extinction for the good of mankind. This led them to meet Caesar, the Colonel's nemesis who guided his people until his death to a peaceful life and towards co-existence even when humans attacked them. And finally this led them to encounter the vile Koba, a raging cruel Bonobo with an hypocrisy towards humans and apekind, concerned only with his personal vendettas.
  • Exclusive to Pythor:
    • Found a great ally in Apophis, the evil snake God, Pythor took to becoming one of Apophis' underlings in order to gain power and a high position from whatever Apophis schemes. Though he does plan to betray Apophis and take his power in some way down the line or switch sides if the first option stops being a possibility. Apophis on his part views Pythor as a reliable ally in his quests given the snake's support of the Overlord, but remains on guard about possible backstabbing.
    • Due to his somewhat disdain for humans and bad relationships with them due to his species' past and his own actions, Pythor has found some common ground with the demon Mard Geer Tartaros, it helps that he had previously allied with the demoniac Overlord. Tartaros has found Pythor a bit amusing with his motivations towards antagonizing humanity but has remained civil with the Anacondrai regardless.
    • Due to his nature as an outcast and Black Sheep to his tribe, Pythor found some strange common grounds with Lord Shen. The peacock lord had initially suffered perceived discrimination for his status as an albino and sickly chick, with his budding vile behavior further alienating him from most of his peers and family besides the Soothsayer and Boss Wolf. Shen himself understands Pythor's views on revenge and getting even with those who wronged him, while also having ambitions of ruling many lands.
    • Because of his previous servitude to the Overlord, Pythor also found himself allying with Melkor in secret and joining his faction. He has thought of jumping ship with Sauron if things go south for Melkor, and is arranging things to do so. At the time being, Pythor does his best to remain on Melkor's good graces, even offering jobs as a spy to steal artifacts or get intel on other groups in the Pantheon as his services, Melkor has mostly taken up on it thanks to Pythor's expertise at disappearing and sneaking in various places with his invisibility.
    • His cruelty, jerkassery, capacity to turn invisible to the eye and general physical features give him more than a resemblance to Randall Boggs, who found Pythor to be something of a kindred soul. Randall has shared some of Pythor's issues and their moral compasses are more or less on the same level. As for Randall's nemesis, James P. Sullivan and Mike Wazowski, they both have little positive things to say about Pythor thanks to the latter's cruelty and attempted attacks against humanity. Another cunning and smart villain that Pythor came to like was Toffee of Septarsis, the Septarian also having a grudge against humanoid people and going to extremes to ensure his revenge was accomplished, while their alliance is a bit frosty, they nonetheless are on good terms with one another.
    • His attempts at overthrowing humanity got him allies in the likes of Koba, Joe and Mojo Jojo who all have tried to either exterminate or rule over mankind. While Pythor finds Koba to be somewhat unhinged and unreliable as an ally, he nonetheless appreciates whatever help the bonobo can provide to him. Joe caught his interest in regards to the Fish antidote since it could boost the intellect of sea creatures, which was something Pythor felt compelled to learn more about; Mojo Jojo himself was also able to bond with Pythor over their egos and perceived status as geniuses.
  • Exclusive to Aspheera:
    • As her motivation during her tenure as a major threat to Ninjago was to get revenge on Sensei Wu, she's made allies with deities who have been motivated entirely or highly by a desire for revenge against perceived slights. One of these allies was Frost, who like her felt disappointed by the teachings of someone they considered a friend, particularly in the part about not being taught everything about a certain technique. Frost has been interested in Aspheera's element-absorbing powers, and has tried to get closer to the Pyro Viper to learn more about this technique.
    • Aspheera finds little enjoyment in conquering that which she finds weak, preferring to destroy things as she likes up until she finds something powerful enough for her to gain interest in conquering, as such one of her strangest allies was Fatalis, a fire elemental dragon that has burned down entire kingdoms for its amusement and has a burning hatred of humans, Aspheera partnered with the beast for the sake of spreading further destruction on humanity and attaining a powerful ally to help with her plans, though like Pythor and Apophis, she only intends to temporarily team up and has no intent to let their alliance last long.
    • With her fire element stealing abilities, she's earned some dread from fire users, particularly those of the House of Fire and Heat, especially Flame Princess and Natsu Dragneel, whose fire abilities can reach particularly powerful levels and thus are wary of Aspheera targeting them and growing too powerful from stealing their abilities and their capacities. The fire-using Tom Lucitor, Zuko and Ozai were all wary themselves as well; especially the latter given that he has experience with having his elemental power stolen from him.
    • She spent time sealed away in a pyramid while craving power and then turned to destruction to achieve her revenge, this got her an unusual connection in Ultraman Belial, who like her felt "betrayed" by those that considered him a friend and was denied of power that he felt he deserved. Like her, Belial is also someone who considers just destroying it all when he grows too frustrated in his quest for power which made him see her in a rather positive light.

    The ThunderCats 

The ThunderCatsnote , Quarter Representatives of Humanoid Felines (Lion-O: Lord of the ThunderCats)
The 2011/Reboot Version from Top to Bottom: Panthro, Cheetara, Lion-O, and Tygra
WilyKat (Left) and WilyKit (Right)
The Original 1985 Version 
  • Intermediate Gods (Lion-O and as a group), Lesser Gods (Panthro, Cheetara, and Tygra), Demideities (WilyKat and WilyKit
  • Symbol: The ThunderCats Emblem
  • Theme Song: ThunderCats Theme (1985 and 2011)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good with both Lawful and Chaotic tendencies
  • Portfolio: Humanoid Felines, Panthera Awesome, Older Than They Look
  • Domains: Heroism, Warriors, Felines, Extraterrestrials, Loyalty, Companionship
  • Heralds: Snarf, Jaga, Lynx-O, Pumyra, Bengali
  • Followers: Avocato, Little Cato, Amelia, Kimahri Ronso
  • Allies: Prince Adam/He-Man, Adora/She-Ra, Catra, Clark Kent/Superman, Kara Zor-El/Supergirl, Son Goku, Vegeta, Mark Grayson/Invincible, Sigmar Heldenhammer, Arturia Pendragon, King Arthur Pendragon, Merlin, The SWAT Kats, Firestar, Bluestar, Jayfeather, Diana of Themyscira/Wonder Woman, Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Raiden, Link, Princess Zelda, Simba, Mufasa, Anne-Marie, Taokaka, Ragna the Bloodedge, Litchi Faye-Ling, Bang Shishigami, T'Challa/Black Panther
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Nolan Grayson/Omni-Man, Bardock
  • Enemies: Skeletor, Darkseid, Vril Dox/Brainiac, General Zod, Regime Superman, Frieza, Cooler, Megatron, Starscream, Shinnok, Katz, Scourge, Ganondorf, Evolto/Kamen Rider Evolt, Killbas, Scar
  • Wary Of: Teostra and Lunastra
  • Worthy Opponent: Barbara Ann Minerva/Cheetah
  • The planet Thundera was dying, and its inhabitants had to be quick about evacuating as many of its kind as possible, among them being a sect of nobility known as the ThunderCats. However, the ThunderCats were attacked by their sworn nemesis, the Mutants of Plun-Darr, who, in their attempt to find the fabled Sword of Omens that housed the Eye of Thundera. Despite the eye's power intimidating the Mutants, they had caused enough damage to the ThunderFleet, forcing the ThunderCats to change their original destination to a planet known as Third Earth, with the ThunderCats patriarch, Jaga, piloting the plane whilst the other members, consisting of a future successor, Lion-O, and fellow ThunderCats named Panthro, Cheetara, Tygra, WilyKat, WilyKit, and Snarf, were put into sleep in a suspension capsule to preserve their bodies. En route, Jaga dies of old age, seeing as the trip had lasted for years, though the ship was successful in reaching its destination.
    • When the remaining members of the ThunderCats, woke up from their sleep, Lion-O realized that because of the damage the ship sustained, his suspension capsule also took a hit, resulting in his chamber having slowed his aging as opposed to stopping it, and as a result, Lion-O instantly grew into an adult, albeit with the mentality of a child. Working with new friends made in Third Earth to establish a new base of operations, the Cat's Lair and the ThunderCats decided to reestablish themselves as warriors of good, with Lion-O being the one to wield the Sword of Omens and the Eye of Thundera into battle. Along the way, they have battled against several threats, including the Mutants and their newfound Arch-Enemy, the demonic mummy-sorcerer known as Mumm-Ra, who desire to steal the Eye of Thundera to achieve ultimate power for themselves.
  • Prior to the Pantheon, the ThunderCats were aware of the fact that beings from outside their universe did exist, but were rather unaware of the fact that there more to that... until one point where Skeletor and He-Man ended up taking one of their battles to the Third Earth, unwillingly on the latter's side. Having known Skeletor before, the ThunderCats once again united with Prince Adam to fend off the Lord of Destruction. Things got even more hectic when Superman showed up and turned the tide on He-Man and the ThunderCat's favor, forcing Skeletor to retreat. Confused about the situation, Lion-O approached the Man of Steel and the Master of Power about what had been going on. The two explained that Skeletor was seeking a means to power himself up in the House of Shape, and Adam and Superman were quick to chase him there. When questioned about the term "House", the two realized that the ThunderCats were unaware of the Pantheon's existence, much to their own surprise. But knowing that Third Earth had been exposed to all sorts of new threats, Superman and He-Man were aware that it was a matter of time that the ThunderCats learned about the Pantheon and had to contribute to it in some capacity. To that end, Adam and Kal-El made a pledge with Cosmos to get the quartet ascended, which she did. Initially, a bit intimidated first by the scope of the Pantheon, the ThunderCats didn't waver against their will to protect their kind and fight against evil, deciding to do the best they can to contribute to these divine realms.
  • The ThunderCats are quite the dynamic team, with each of them having some unique traits that distinguish each other, yet they're also very close to one another and are more than willing to fight alongside, determined to preserve their own kind and defend themselves and their close ones against whoever threatens them or attempts to use the Eye of Thunders for their own machinations. Lion-O has come a long way, having matured considerably from the manchild he used to be in his early days as a hero, whereas Panthro, Cheetara, and Tygra are just as dedicated to their cause and have forged new friendships whilst they grew to respect Lion-O more as he became more mature and better leader over time. Though they are careful about their predicament as they're aware that the Eye of Thundera would likely be sought by other villains in the Pantheon that they would like to use for their own machinations. However, with support from Cosmos, He-Man, and Superman, the ThunderCats have become assured and confident in being defenders in the Pantheon.
  • As humanoid felines, they naturally ended up getting accustomed to the Hall of Felines where they were met with an assortment of ascended cats, both primal and primordial. Of course, the ThunderCats couldn't help but get themselves acquainted with the pack. In particular, Lion-O saw himself hanging out with Simba a number of times. It seems that they were able to connect with one another in the sense that they have been given responsibility at a very unexpected timing, back when things were dire and they were inexperienced. Of course, after dealing with their issues and becoming more mature over their journeys, Lion-O and Simba quickly became revered leaders and they're been determined to protect and look after those they care about ever since. So it came as no surprise that they became good friends and supporters of one another. Simba himself has gotten along well with the ThunderCats generally, though he admits to being a bit too unfamiliar with Tygra, given that Tigers are not native to Africa. In spite of this, Simba and Lion-O are eager to promote unity, regardless of any feline species.
    • Of course, the ThunderCats's relationship with Simba would lead to them also learning about Mufasa and Scar. While Lion-O and his companionship became great allies with the former, they hold a big deal of disappointment and disapproval towards the latter, for Scar was more than willing to kill Mufasa and Simba, his own brother and nephew, just to take over leadership of the Pride Lands. Scar meeting them for the first time only furthered the contempt between the two parties when the malicious lion revealed just how self-absorbed and narcissistic he was. While Zira stood by Scar's side, most other felines were in support of the ThunderCats, who supported them in decrying Scar and his followers as disgraces to their family and species. While Scar has been greatly annoyed by his bruised ego, it hasn't stopped him from having thoughts to kill, or at least overthrowing the ThunderCats in some way, though he has to constantly remind himself that the ThunderCats would easily kill him is Scar isn't too careful.
    • Among other specific felines were a group of cats that formed communities known as clans and their struggles to look out for one another and ensure their survival led to a whole scale of stories that involved family drama, exile, struggles for leadership, fighting against other clans for dominance, preserving the next generation and beyond, and dealing with and coming to terms with death on a number of occasions. These tales reminded the ThunderCtats of their own experience, which helped them to further assert their unity and drive to protect their kind and others. On a personal note, they became well-associated with Firestar, Bluestar, and Jayfeather for trying to keep up with the needs of their communities and making sure they provided enough for their kin to survive, which was enough to earn the ThunderCats's respect. On the other hand, they pity the circumstances Scourge went through in his youth, but ultimately decided that he was too far gone to really reach out towards and instead condemn him for his villainous acts.
    • Unlike most individuals, or even felines for that matter, they were awed by Teostra and Lunastra... at first. The ThunderCats still appreciate the Elder Dragon couple, but after they had their first encounter, they knew better than to simply come across even one of them, seeing as Lunastra incited a battle towards the quartet for simply intruding on her territory. The ThunderCats were barely able to escape the wrath of the Flame Dragon Princess and decided that they needed to be more careful when approaching either of them, although Teostra is more amicable, if only somewhat. While the full power of the Sword of Omens and the Eye of Thundera can likely even the odds or even defeat Teostra and Lunastra, Lion-O thinks it's better to just leave them be, seeing as while territorial, they likely would be more focused on their domain. Though the ThunderCats have admitted that they would fight the Elder Dragon pair if left with no other choice.
    • While not a feline himself, T'Challa has stylized himself after the panther whenever he is going under his superhero alias, Black Panther. Being of royalty and positioned to be the leader of the nation of Wakanda, he would come into contact with the ThunderCats after Superman had offered them a like-minded hero to give them further guidance. Being no stranger to weird occurrences, literal humanoid felines included, T'Challa was very welcoming of the sextet upon learning of their exploits and allows them to fight him, mainly as a way to gauge their strengths, weaknesses, and their unity, to which he saw that it was close. Promising fun for the ThunderKittens, more cozy homes for them all, and upgraded gadgets and equipment for them, T'Challa is most focused on Lion-O, seeing as he is a budding leader and with his young age, T'Challa is keen on giving him pointers and tips on what makes a good leader and warrior, which the ThunderCat leader has taken seriously on. Overall, he has nothing but admiration and support for the ThunderCats and is willing to fight for their cause.
  • They are essentially aliens, considering their origins from a distant planet that eventually collapsed to destruction, leaving them among the Last of their Kind. They've been allies with Superman even before ascending into the Pantheon, so they were sure that there were others who've been through a similar experience as they did. They would quickly become friends with Kal-El's cousin, Kara Zor-El, better known as Supergirl for upholding similar heroic beliefs and responsibilities as they did, even if she held a temperamental and impulsive side to her. Much to the ThunderCats's delight, Kara had a pet cat, Streaky, who was a crime-fighting supercat, and it wasn't long before WilyKat and WilyKit wanted to play and have an adventure with Streaky. On her side, Kara found the ThunderCats to be endearing and can relate to their plights in settling down in an unfamiliar world. She also respected Lion-O for his maturity and his rising leadership, which she felt was something that Kara herself would need some lessons in.
    • Other alien survivors included the Saiyans and the Viltrumites, both of whom proved to be far more powerful than the ThunderCats expected. Fortunately, most of the ascended ones they came across were rather benevolent in nature, with Son Goku enjoying the fact that he and Lion-O have a childish mindset that they can endear themselves with as well as a protective instinct whenever their friends and family are concerned. The sextet also came to appreciate Mark Grayson for his superhero career as Invincible as well as him trying to do the best he can regarding leading the Viltrumites to a better age. Their interactions with Bardock and Omni-Man proved to be more complicated, however, due to their dark and murky history as galactic marauders and as an enforcer to an oppressive empire respectively and while both of them have tried to become better people over time, it hasn't changed Bardock and Omni-Man from retaining their ruthlessness in combat. That said, Bardock does respect the ThunderCats's determined nature in fighting for their cause whereas Omni-Man thinks that the group still needs refinement in their strength and skill, even if he does think Lion-O is a capable leader.
    • One of their most surprising allies came in the form of the Autobots. Despite their obviously different physiologies, they came to bond over the fact that they were among the last remnants of a bygone world and that they have set shop as defenders of a new home whilst fighting against threats that have persisted even before their previous homes' collapse. Seeing as he was many years his senior, Optimus Prime proved to be a good mentor for Lion-O, with the latter being open to learning more about pacifism and valuing others, whilst also learning when to stand up for one's self and for others. That, and despite Lion-O's temperamental nature, Optimus thinks his big heart would mean he's a naturally good leader, plus the two have surprisingly worked well as a team and as allies, with Bumblebee being a recurring presence for the ThunderKittens and making sure to protect them in case they venture off to other places out of curiosity. Of course, tris meant the ThunderCats would become enemies with Megatron, Starscream, and the Deceptions, whose aspirations for world domination are not dissimilar to Mumm-Ra's goals, though Megatron is dismissive of him as a whelp in comparison to his experience in villainy and infamy.
  • The ThunderCats treasure the Eye of Thundera not just because it is an artifact of incredible and cosmic power beyond comprehension, but also because it is literally the lifeblood of the ThunderCats. If the Eye is destroyed, it would kill Lion-O and every single member of his race, so while it may be their most powerful weapon and item, it is their greatest weakness at the same time. Not many people know about this, and He-Man learned to put it through a battle simulation which concluded with him destroying the Eye of Thundera to take the win, although it killed Lion-O and the ThunderCats. Adam didn't take the information too well, stating that he would never kill anyone, let alone Lion-O for a disagreement and simply wishes for his friends to be careful when it comes to the use of his sword and sacred jewel. Panthro has since taken measures to better the durability of the Sword of Omens as well as add more defenses to his team's arsenal as well as shield the Eye of Thundera. While Adam and the ThunderCats aren't fond of Wiz and Boomstick, they do cite them for taking better priority over their defensiveness in general combat.
  • With their story having heavy ties to the Sword of Omensnote  the topic of legendary swords wasn't new for the ThunderCats, considering they're also aware of He-Man's Power Sword, which is powered by the magic of Grayskull. By extension, Lion-O has seen himself bonding with Arthur Pendragon thanks to their story of being raised to be a great leader whilst also enduring a grand adventure as a way to build up their wisdom, leadership, and strength. The same was also applied to Arthur's Distaff Counterpart, Arturia, though her tale was already complete by the time she was involved in the Holy Grail Wars. Arthur and Arturia were willing to trade blows with their Excalibur against Lion-O's Sword of Omens in exchange for the two kings of England to impart their own wisdom and knowledge towards the ThunderCats, hoping that they can form a strong relationship with each other. Lion-O, more than eager to sate his desire for a thrill and for the sake of his companions, accepted. He eventually came to appreciate Excalibur when he fought Arthur and Arturia on separate occasions as well as seeing a worthy rival and ally in those two anytime he needs help.
    • The Sword of Omens and the Eye of Thundera were given some mention by the denizens of Hyrule, particularly it's greatest hero, Link, and its most notable monarch, Zelda, considering that the former also wielded a fabled sword, namely the Master Sword, and that both of them held a mystical relic, pieces of the Triforce. Both parties very quickly became friends with each other, with Zelda providing further aid and support for the quartet and Lion-O opting to fight against Link as a way to better their swordplay as well as their use of their items. Link took it a bit further and fought against all the ThunderCats at one point. Outside of their spar, the ThunderCats and Link enjoy each other's company, with the latter appreciating the former's camaraderie with each other and participating in some of their activities. That said, the quartet is wary of Ganondorf, given that his scheming nature, great power, and desire to rule the world isn't far off from what Mumm-Ra seeks to accomplish, hence their approval to help Link and Zelda in stopping the Great Evil King.
  • As survivors of destroyed worlds, they are quite cautious of other survivors who were either rejected by their kind or had a hand in destroying it. This is why they announced their opposition against General Zod as, while wanting to avert Krypton's destruction, he was not above using terroristic tactics and warmongering to achieve his ends. While Zod personally doesn't involve himself too much in the ThunderCats' matters, their alliance with Kal-El means cthat he would have to deal with them on some occasions. That said, he is willing to allow the quartet to surrender and pledge their allegiance to him, relating to their circumstances as survivors, though Lion-O sees past this and denounces him for his acts, greatly annoying Zod. That said, Zod is insistent that they may be forced into an alliance, whether they like it or not, considering he doesn't think of Mumm-Ra too highly and that there are greater threats looming in the Pantheon.
    • By extension, they found several enemies in the Pantheon, particularly those who treat destroying planets as a hobby, and considering that they're survivors, it's no surprise that they are appalled to learn of those kinds of beings. Frieza, Cooler, and Evolto were three of those examples, and given the amount of destruction and extinction they've caused and the sheer joy they take in their acts, the ThunderCats deemed to be just as heinous as Mumm-Ra, even though Frieza and Cooler honestly couldn't care about them and Evolto would rather toy around and cruelly belittle them for his own amusement. Brainiac was another destroyer, though he only does it for the sake of his own self-absorbed and narcissistic desire for knowledge, though he expresses interest in the Sword of Omens and the Eye of Thundera, thinking that they could be worthwhile items to hold for his collection. Not that Lion-O and his compatriots would ever back down from fighting against the Collector of World's, especially when they have Superman as a friend in need. Though from what Kal-El has told them, they are most wary of Darkseid, who also seeks the ThunderCats's most treasured items, though he's not above destroying the Eye of Thundera if he wants to see a threat eliminated as quickly as possible. So far, the quartet tend to avoid Darkseid as much as they could, knowing that the Lord of Tyranny is too overwhelming for them to fight back against unless they have heavy support.
  • Among their newest set of allies and supporters are Bang Shishigami, who want through a similar situation as the ThunderCats regarding seeing his home get razed, forcing him to become the leader of his people, much to his burden. That said, his sense of honor and responsibility is not too different from the ThunderCats's, which helped in him understand them enough to be empathetic towards their plight as well as aid them whenever he can. From Bang's own world, Taokaka, a humanoid cat herself, quickly saw the ThunderCats as new play-buddies. Although first impressions were mixed due to her clingyness, the ThunderKittens liked her to the point of them being willing to learn a few tricks from Taokaka. While the adult quartet see her as a bit annoying, they do respect that Taokaka simply wants to have some fun and that she would fight for them if need be. Of course, Ragna and Litchi have to keep Taokaka from going too bonkers and have to apologize to the ThunderCats in case her mischief goes out of hand. It helps that Taokaka, Ragna, and Litchi are all friends of Bang, and the ThunderCats are open to accept them in their circle of comrades, respecting their commitment and their struggles as well as sympathizing with what Ragna had to go through, and vice-versa.
  • Despite being the physical bulk and powerhouse of the group, Panthro is actually among the smarter ones. In fact, he's the one who's most well-versed in technology, having come up with some gadgets, including the ones the ThunderCats tend to use in their adventures and serves maintenance when opting to repair something. In his spare time, he would often be lounging at the House of Machinery and Technology, more than open to offer a helping hand to anyone who wants to have their tech or vehicle repaired. It's also there where he met up with T-Bone and Razor, who were a pair that went by the SWAT Kats who used their piloting skills and quick thinking to protect Megakat City from an assortment of threats. Incidentally, Panthro was assigned to repair their ship after an incident in the House of Crime and Transgressions and after the job was done, the three of them hung out for a while. It's there where the SWAT Kats decided to leave a notice to Panthro, thanking him for helping them out with their aircraft and promising to meet the ThunderCats at some point, which did eventually happen.
  • Of the group, only Panthro doesn't seem to express any romantic interest as far as the adults go. Furthermore, Cheetara and Tygra have pursued a relationship with each other, and they were surprised to discover that in one divergent timeline separate from the Pantheon, they would settle down and have twin sons, WilyCat and WilyCub. Of course, the Pantheon hasn't stopped Cheetara and Tygra from thinking about getting together at some point, though they've admitted that they still need to prioritize their work in regards to looking out for Lion-O and defending their race and the Pantheon. On another note, the knowledge of them having twin sons has the two consider having children at some point, but if need be, they'll try and see if they can get WilyCat and WilyCub into the Pantheon, even if they only have to be heralds for them.
    • Speaking of Cheetara, her description as an anthropomorphic cheetah caught the attention of Barbara Ann Minerva, who went by the alias of said species as a supervillain. While usually apathetic and more keen on stealing riches and fighting Wonder Woman, she expressed interest in Cheetara and made it a point to fight against her. This then escalated to Barbara wanting to fight the ThunderCats when she saw what they were capable of. The ThunderCats expressed dismay and disappointment over Barbara's primary motivations as well as her general apathy towards Humanity, though she feels as if she's found worthy prey in the quartet and she would like to savour the moment when she defeats the ThunderCats, genuinely respecting their power. That said, she's found a new way to frustrate the quartet, namely by mentioning off-hand that she'll take in WilyKat and WilyKit and raise them to be thieves like herself, though she only says this to provoke the ThunderCats into fighting them. Of course, Barbara would like to get her hands on the Sword of Omens, thinking that being in possession of the blade and the Eye of Thundera would make her an apex predator.
  • Being the youngsters of the sextet, WilyKat and WilyKit are usually told not to get themselves involved with danger and they comply... unless they decide to follow along anyway. With the Pantheon presenting far bigger stakes than their universe ever did, the ThunderCats were more assertive about their safety, but even that does little to stop them from venturing the Pantheon's vast locales and landmarks regardless. Unlike most children their age, they don't commute as much in the House of Childhood and Adolescence, though their nature as runaway cubs and orphans won them some new friends like Anne-Marie, who enjoys WilyKit's flute sessions, though being reminded of family can make them sentimental since they haven't been since since Thundera's destruction, so they admittedly feel too reluctant to visit the House of Family and Relatives. One thing that the ThunderCats try to do is make sure they don't think about stealing the House of Commerce, though they do state that they only want to rob the bad people and while precocious, they have to be reminded that said "bad people" can get them into a lot of trouble, something that the ThunderKittens are quite guilty of in the past several times.
  • They also maintain a place in the Hall of Humanoids.

Lesser Gods

Caesar, God of Uplifted Animals
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Apes' tribal insignia (modeled after a circular attic window Caesar had back when he lived with humans)
  • Theme: Apes Together Strong
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Leading his Fellow Apes, Guile Hero, Ideal Hero, Intelligence that Surpasses Most Humans, Magnetic Hero, Raised by Humans
  • Domains: Leadership, Intelligence, Apes
  • Heralds: Will and Charles Rodman, Caroline Aranha, Malcolm and his family, Buck, Luca, Cornelia, Blue Eyes, Cornelius, Maurice, Rocket, Bad Ape, Red, the loyal apes of Caesar's tribe, Nova
  • Avatar: Andy Serkis
  • Allies: Winston, King Kong, Donkey Kong, Diddy Kong, pretty much all non-evil primate gods in the Pantheon, Fluttershy, Babar, Nezu, Moses, Littlefoot
  • Enemies: Koba, Mojo Jojo, Scar, Napoleon
  • Opposes: Zaius
  • Opposed by: The God-Emperor of Mankind
  • Odd Friendship with: Asterix
  • A scientist named Dr. Will Rodman set out to create a cure for Alzheimer's Disease, leading to the creation of ALZ-112. An ape known as "Bright Eyes" ended up getting affected by the virus and started acting aggressive towards humans. After she was put down, Rodman adopted her baby and names him Caesar. This ape shows intelligence beyond that of normal ones and as Rodman continues to work, Caesar continues to grow. Eventually, Caesar is taken away to an abusive animal plant, starts an uprising with his ape inmates, and parts ways with Rodman. From there, he establishes a tribe with his apes and following a failed attempt at a peaceful coexistence with humans, he and his tribe set out to find a new home. After running into an insane colonel, Caesar and his apes, alongside a mute human girl who tagged along with them, find a new home for Caesar's tribe, though it ended with Caesar succumbing to wounds he incurred earlier.
  • Despite having some clashes with humans in the past, Caesar has made it quite clear, having also seen the good side of humans, that he doesn't believe humans are real monsters nor are they bastards, which has put him at odds with most gods that actually do believe those things, but he always does what he can to avoid having to get violent with those gods whenever possible.
  • With many different kinds of primates from different worlds present, Caesar got an opportunity to get himself acquainted with them. He's friendly towards most of them, but of particular note are Winston and King Kong. In Winston's case, they can relate to them dealing with resentful apes that caused significant conflict with Koba's betrayal of Caesar and Winston's caretaker getting killed by other gorilla's present in the place Winston used to live in respectively. As for Kong, it could be some sort of similarity between them, along with Caesar being aware that Kong isn't that bad by default. As for some of the other primates, Caesar was a bit surprised when he found out Donkey Kong and his Kong Krew sometimes use unconventional weapons, but was quickly assured that the weapons are used whenever there's serious trouble and not for instigating wanton havoc.
    • Even though there isn't much in the way of primates that could cause trouble aside from Koba, Mojo Jojo was someone that Caesar is very wary of. While he knows of the circumstances that would lead to Mojo Jojo becoming who he is, all those attempts at taking over the world is more than enough for Caesar to keep watch on him. At the very least Mojo Jojo hasn't taken up on Koba's offers for an alliance yet.
  • He has gained a lot of sympathy from, oddly enough, Fluttershy, who was horrified to have learned the cruelty that he and his ape tribe suffered at the hands of very bad humans. Caesar in return has shown a great deal of respect for Fluttershy, due to the fact that Fluttershy is more than happy to treat apes with kindness. Though whenever they talk, Caesar would usually just use sign language since Fluttershy found his voice a little too intimidating (though she was amazed to learn Caesar was capable of speech).
  • Caesar gets along great with Babar, and was the first to note that he and the elephant king have had remarkably similar adventures; they both ended up raised by humans shortly after the deaths of their mothers, but eventually returned to their kind and formed thriving kingdoms using the knowledge they gained from their upbringing. Babar recognizes and admires that Caesar is, by all accounts, a good person and an excellent leader to his people even after everything the primate's been through.
  • Probably the only kinds of humans that he just doesn't like are people who are abusive to animals, given his past of living in an animal shelter and putting up with a cruel headmaster. Draco Malfoy, who somehow resembles the man that abused Caesar and other apes, is someone that Caesar would very much keep his distance from. Caesar is also aware that Draco is not quite as bad of a person now compared to back then, but prefers not to be near him just to be safe.
  • Despite Caesar doing his best not to cause too much trouble for humans, The God-Emperor of Mankind is incredibly distrustful of Caesar, seeing as how the circumstances that led to Caesar and the other ape's intelligence increasing would cause catastrophic damage later, especially for humans.
  • While he was able to a number of additional animals with increased intelligence throughout the Pantheon, he managed to get along really well with Nedzu and Crash Bandicoot (though "intelligent" is used pretty loosely for the latter's case). Caesar was actually friends with Crash for some time and, before Koba ended up becoming a major problem, Caesar talked to Crash about giving Koba a tour of the Pantheon. It was something that Caesar would later regret, especially since he didn't realize Koba's true nature until it was too late. And then there was another later incident where Koba tried to kill Nedzu, but failed. Nevertheless, Caesar, Crash, and Nedzu hang out together on a regular basis, usually to talk about Caesar and Nedzu's goals and good coexistence, with Crash simply tagging along.
  • Usurpers are a bit of a sore spot for him given what happened between him and Koba. Caesar really doesn't like Scar and Napoleon to say the least, given how the two caused plenty of problems for others under their rule after taking it over. It really doesn't help that the two are already allied with Koba, especially with Napoleon being similar to Koba in more ways than one.
  • His journey to lead his apes to a safe haven and being a strong leader for them while overcoming a multitude of hardships brought Caesar the attention of Moses and Littlefoot. The two also had their own adventures in finding a new home amidst troubling times and Moses can relate to Caesar's predicament of coming into conflict against someone that was once close to him. Littlefoot in particular was saddened to hear that Caesar never got to live to see a good life in his ape tribe's home after reaching it.
  • It didn't take that long for him to find out that there's another human named Caesar. More specifically, the Roman Emperor Julius Caesar. The ape is very cautious of this particular Caesar to say the least, especially with all of the divisive opinions people have on the Roman Emperor, along with experience in military and war. Oddly enough, both Caesars ended up being victims of being backstabbed by a former ally of theirs, though the ape survived the attempt on his life. Julius Caesar does see the primate as a good leader to the ape tribe and isn't fond of Koba all things considered.
    • This did lead Asterix to the primate, thinking that something is wrong there. The confusion was cleared up after a bit of time and Asterix was on peaceful terms with the primate. The primate's leadership skills and intentions, along with Asterix having a good heart, may have helped.
  • Apes alone weak, apes together strong.

    Hunter and Bianca 
Hunter and Bianca, Co-Gods of Carnivore Confusion
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: Hunter's bow and Bianca's spellbook
  • Theme Music: Spyro N. Friends (mainly for Hunter)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (Hunter) and Neutral Good (Bianca)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Anthropomorphic Animals, Interspecies Romance
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Spyro, Sparx, and Ignitus threw Hunter and Bianca a lively party in the House of Celebration when it was announced that they had been chosen to ascend. They weren't too amused when they found out what they were ascending for, though. They've been enjoying godhood so far, but the both of them prefer not to bring up their title whenever possible. All in all, they just try to enjoy their stay in the Pantheon, and to not think too hard on their title or second guess themselves.
  • While they were happy to join their friends among the ranks of the Pantheon, Hunter and Bianca weren't all too excited to find out that a few of their old enemies had also ascended. Ripto who had once attempted to take over Avalar, has a temple, as well as Malefor, the dragon who wanted to take over the entire world, and was responsible for Ignitus' death.
    • While Moneybags is also a jerk, and Hunter and Bianca very rightfully dislike him, he isn't quite as malicious as Ripto or Malefor. He's on Bianca's bad side especially, though, because of his willingness to sell a dragon egg rather than turn it over to Spyro.
  • Nabi and Doki, being a fellow cat-rabbit pair, have been majorly supportive of Hunter and Bianca and are always there for them to help them ease their doubts. They completely understood Hunter and Bianca's apparent dislike for their title and confided in them about the hardships they faced as an interspecies couple prior to their ascension.
    • Ruby has become fairly close with Hunter and Bianca for similar reasons. She once had a crush on a cat, and has been with both a human and a lion. She always assures them that it really is best not to think too hard on it, and to just enjoy each other's company no matter what. Ruby and Bianca can also be frequently seen practicing magic together.
  • Miyamoto Usagi and Judy Hopps, excited to see another member of their kin ascend, welcomed Bianca to the Pantheon with open arms. They're pretty fond of Hunter, too, but they do think that he needs to put some clothes on. Nabi and Doki have been thinking the same thing, but they've respectfully elected to never bring it up.
  • What finally motivated Bianca to turn away from evil was the revelation that the Sorceress, her former master, had been planning to kill the baby dragons they had stolen for their wings. As such, she has nothing nice to say about the Child Abuse Supporters or any other deity who willingly harms children.
    • Bianca was horrified when she found out what exactly "continuity" meant when used in reference to the Grineer. Warping the minds of children into complete despair before hijacking their bodies? Despicable! As such, Bianca absolutely detests the Twin Queens.
  • Bianca greatly admires Trixie and her efforts to become a better pony. She was evil herself once under the Sorceress and has never been better since she chose the path of goodness over evil. Trixie can often be seen tutoring Bianca in magic.
  • Hunter sometimes gets accused of being a stoner. He either gets disapproving glances from deities who think that he looks and sounds high, or deities asking where he hides his stash and where he gets it, because they want what he's having. Hunter is getting increasingly unamused by these allegations.

    "Hunter" Series 
Hunter Series, Divine Biologically-Made Reptilian People (MA-121)
Hunter α
Hunter β
Hunter γ
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: Their Claws
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Half-Human Hybrid, It Can Think, Made of Iron, Prone to decapitating their targets in a single strike, Sadist, Super-Soldier, Was Once a Man
  • Domains: Reptiles, Bio-weapons, Hunting, Virus, Killing
  • "Allies": Albert Wesker, Syzoth/Reptile, Mesogog, Indominus Rex
  • Rivals: The Green Flu Hunter, The Yharnam Hunter
  • Enemies: Chris and Claire Redfield, Leon S. Kennedy, Jill Valentine, Rebecca Chambers, Madame Vastra, Reiji Arisu and Xiaomu
  • The "Hunters" are a series of B.O.W.s developed by the umbrella corporation with the purpose of eliminating anyone that may have survived the impact of the T-Virus or is immune to it. These reptilian creatures are highly aggresive, predatory and sadistic, often preferring to playing with their victims before killing them. They are also incredibly smart, enough that a pack of them overwhelmed the House they currently reside and had it closed from the rest of the pantheon given that it took a while before all the Hunters were eliminated and promptly relocated to a new temple. They were kept imprisoned in their current temple to avoid any potential Hunter attack that they could attempt.
  • The temple they reside nowadays wasn't designed for them in mind, in fact it used to belong to Madame Vastra, a reptilian much like them but far from aggressive as the Hunters and apparently there are rumors that supposed invasion of the Hunters was something planned by Wesker to displace Vastra and force the pantheon authorities to contain the creatures in a temple. She doesn't mind being moved to a different place but she is very unhappy that these reptilian creatures don't help but create a bad impression about Reptilians.
  • While there are many variants for the Hunter Series, three in particular are the most common found in their containment temple. The Alpha are the standard reptilian creatures, prone to lunging at their enemies and slashing their heads off. Then there are the Betas who are as aggressive as their Alpha counterpart but because of a series of tumors in their upper body, they have limited vision but make it up by being much more intelligent. Lastly, the last Hunter variant, Gamma, are more amphibian in nature but lack eyes so they use sound to move around. Instead of decapitating their foes, they instead prefer to swallow them alive.
  • Reptile was curious about this creatures, reminding them of their extinct race of Saurians and wanted to learn more from them. Turns out he is one of the few deities that creatures are not hostile to, seeing him as a rare variant of a Sweeper who is more sapient as a result. Other more sensible deities have tried to keep Syzoth from spending too much time with the B.O.W.s in fear he becomes as aggressive as them.
  • Some deities, led by Albert Wesker, have snuck into the Hunters temple and experimented on them by throwing the Alpha variants into FEV. The results were mixed: some became a more mutated version of the Sweeper Alpha variants with a more lethal toxin, while others affected by the FEV suffered mutations that resulted into a Hunter Alpha becoming somewhat similar to their Beta counterparts, albeit the actual results have been redacted since most subjects have been terminated.
  • Hunters have been a huge godsend for many that are involved in the bio-weapons market, so they are heavily sought after for how effective they are at murdering certain targets. That was one of the many reasons Kano saw potential in the reptilians, besides that he really wants to use them against the S-F Team as well as the Cage Family.
  • Notoriously, a few of deities have met other deities in a certain interdimensional conflict where as always, attacked anyone. Two particular deities in the form of Reiji Arisu and Xiaomu are very familiar with them and were not happy to learn that a huge pack of them were contained in a part of the pantheon, so they have kept an eye on them.
  • The Gamma Variants don't tend to be lumped with their fellow Alpha and Beta versions, since they are closer to amphibians in nature and as a result need to be near bodies of water to survive. That's why those that managed to slip up from the temple tend to go to the Hall of Water and Moisture or Aquatic Life. This would have proven troublesome for the residing deities, since Gamma Hunters are still as dangerous as their counterparts, but the issues have been slightly fixed by the presence of the Plesioth and Zamtrios, who are known to feast on frogs and have taken advantage of the sudden appearance of the Gammas to feed on them.
  • Surprisingly they get along with the Indominus Rex of all creatures, given that both the Hunters and the Indominus Rex are genetic designed creatures of reptilian origin that are very smart for their supposed animalistic behavior. She also has some amphibian traits so she also tends to be surrounded by the Gamma variants from time to time.
  • Mesogog sees a lot of potential for his plans and has also forcibly taken a few of the Hunters from their temple to experiment on them. There is a rumor that he has managed to create another variant of a Hunter but so far nothing has been confirmed.
  • Not to be confused with either the Green Flu Hunter nor the Yharnam Hunter. The B.O.W.s have had encounters with both deities, the infected one behaves somewhat like them but his humanoid appearances makes the reptilians target him like any other human they see and while he can hold his ground, he can't handle more than two of them before he is overwhelmed. On the other hand, the Yharnam Hunter has been able to fend of several packs of Hunters in their related pantheon adventures, as the reptilians are nothing they haven't encountered before.

    Irena Dubrovna 
Irena Dubrovna, Goddess of Sexualized Cat People
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: The statue of Jovan Nenad/"King John of Serbia" stabbing a cat
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Member of the cat people, nobody believes her, abhors her nature to the point that she kills herself, Animals Hate Her, Cat Scare
  • Domains: Felines, Werebeasts, Sex, Otherness
  • Allies: Larry Talbot/Wolf Man, Bruce Banner/Hulk, Remus Lupin, Cassandra, Elsa of Arendelle, Koneko Toujou, Blake Belladonna, The Monsters, Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Stella Hoshii, Ichigo Momomiya
  • Enemies: Vincent Godfrey
  • Opposes: Yuno Gasai, Alex Forrester
  • Avoids: Hircine
  • Irena Dubrovna is a Serbian woman who was born in a village with a superstition that their women would turn into ferocious felines if they felt any heightened emotion. Irena believed this, which strained her relationship with her American husband Oliver Reed, who did not understand her refusal to be intimate with him and thought of the superstition as pure hogwash. He would eventually learn that it was all too true after starting an affair with his coworker Alice, which caused jealousy and fury in Irena, leading to her transforming into a black panther and threatening both of them. Irena did not mean to be evil however, but as she could not control her transformation, she ultimately decided to end her life for everybody's sake.
  • Sightings of a black panther prowling around the pantheon's inhabited areas were being reported (and it was confirmed not to be a familiar, friendly panther like Bagheera). Authorities called for the panther to be returned to her proper place, and so hunters were sent out to capture her. They succeeded in shooting her with a tranquilizer, and everybody was surprised when the panther, upon collapsing, turned into a beautiful woman. She was brought to the House of Health and Diseases, where she was identified as Irena Dubrovna and as she was dead in her world she couldn't go back there, at least. Irena was not especially bothered by this, as she thinks she ought to stay away from people on account of her "condition", and thinks of the Pantheon as some sort of afterlife. Either way, the Main House determined her tale was significant enough and had her ascended.
  • Among the deities interested in her ascension, Larry Talbot, aka the Wolf Man, stands out in particular. Larry is cursed into turning into a werewolf much like how Irena has to deal with her cat people curse, and both are horrified by how their transformations turn them into vicious beasts. They have promised each other that if one of them ever goes on a rampage, the other will do everything in their power to kill the other before innocent lives are claimed. It sounds pretty sinister for an alliance, but then Death is Cheap is at play, which softens the blow.
  • It was through Larry that Irena came to know the likes of Bruce Banner and Remus Lupin, who likewise have problems with transforming into beings they can't quite control and which can cause untold damage. Both of them have high regard for Irena for refusing to embrace the viciousness of her panther form. Larry also warned Irena of a few deities that are better to steer clear from, such as Vincent Godfrey, who's known for absolutely detesting werewolves and whose hatred has extended to all kinds of were-beings since entering the Pantheon. Irena got a taste of this first-hand when they ran into each other and he tried shooting her, but fortunately her panther form was agile enough to avoid doom. Larry also warned her about others like Count Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster and Godzilla, but while she can see where he's coming from with Dracula, she finds herself a bit more sympathetic to the Monster and Godzilla. It helps that she has never previously battled them.
  • All things considered, she seems pretty okay with living at the House of Beasts surrounded by various types of animals. She often says that the roars of large felines are soothing to her, like the sound of pattering rain is to some. Incidentally, most animals back in her world were hostile to her due to sensing her nature, but the animals in the Pantheon tend to have sapience, which leads to them understanding Irena's plight, which leads to them being more tolerant of her. Irena can often be seen sketching the animals in the Pantheon. She occasionally has to be admonished not to litter the ground with her failed sketches.
  • Was surprised to be extended the friendship of Cassandra, the oracle of Greek myth. Probably because they both had a terrible time with trying to get people to believe their warnings, only to be dismissed. Fortunately, every deity who knows about her also knows about her cat people curse, so Irena doesn't really have problems with getting people to believe her anymore. Some deities even think her condition ought to be celebrated instead of feared, something she would have never thought possible (and she isn't sure whether she agrees).
  • Hircine, the progenitor of werebeasts in his universe, naturally took some interest in Irena, though not necessarily positive. The Daedric Prince is not happy with Irena for refusing to see her curse as a gift, and figures that making her spend a season or so in his Hunting Grounds will make her come around and embrace her true nature. Unfortunately for him, Irena's conviction that her curse is a curse makes her surprisingly mentally strong enough that she can successfully resist any of his attempts at beckoning her so far, although she generally tries to stay far away from such a powerful creature.
  • A rather unexpected ally for Irena turned out to be Elsa of Arendelle. As it happens, Elsa also struggled with a certain potentially dangerous supernatural trait that she was born with (in Elsa's case, it's ice powers). It caused her to shut herself out from other people to avoid hurting anyone, which is not too dissimilar from how Irena deals with her condition. There is one important difference in that Elsa eventually learned to control it, whereas Irena's never learning how to do so lead her to kill herself. For that reason, Elsa feels a lot for Irena and hopes that she can one day get her transformation under control and perhaps even use it for good.
  • Similarly to Elsa, Susan the Giant Woman took interest in Irena due to her own experience with struggling to accept the way she was after becoming a giantess. Her monster friends and teammates followed her lead and are pretty friendly to Irena, interacting with her in a similar way as with Susan when she was new to the team. Being accepted this much despite her dangerous transformation is rather moving for Irena.
  • Quite a few humans with a strong connection to felines predictably felt an affinity for Irena. There is Selina Kyle, aka Catwoman, who thinks Irena just needs to loosen up and embrace the panther in her instead of stressing out over it. Irena is not sure she would have it in her to live as wildly and lawlessly as Selina does, not that she doesn't feel somewhat tempted at times, seeing how comfortable with herself Selina is. Irena also came into contact with Stella Hoshii and Ichigo Momomiya after the two expressed curiosity for her, and was introduced to the concept of the Cat Girl through them. She doesn't really get what the appeal is, though she likes the two fine, helped by the fact that they are generally nicer and less edgy than Selina.
  • Despite the events that transpired in her world, she is not exactly the sort of person that goes murderous when thinking that her relationship might be threatened. Again, Irena has no control over her panther form, which can be activated through her jealousy. Though, she might not be above taking advantage of it purely to scare off undesirables. It's probably a good thing that she consciously refuses to be in a romantic relationship since ascending (which is too bad for the deities who shipped her with Larry). For these reasons, Irena does not appreciate being lumped in with deities like Yuno Gasai and Alex Forrester, who go to legitimately insane and nightmarish extents to protect their relationships. Those two don't seem to have much of an opinion on Irena in turn. Presumably they're too busy obsessing over their business.

    Porco Rosso 
Marco Pagot, God of Pig Men (Porco Rosso, Marco Rosselini)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Plane.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral bordering on Good
  • Portfolio: Pig Man, Extraordinary pilot of a Cool Plane but deeply flawed due to his Survivor Guilt, Bounty Hunter that refuses to kill, Rude and gruff, yet a good person, Cynical towards life
  • Domains: Aviation, Pigs, Curses
  • Followers: Pey'j, Oolong, Zhu Bajie
  • Allies: Nausicaä, Kiki, Chihiro Ogino, Howl and Sophie Hatter, Miles "Tails" Prower, The Beast, Tiana and Naveen, Richard "Dick" Best, Launchpad McQuack, Ted Cruz, Star Fox, Timon & Pumbaa, Porky Pig, Babe, Takumi Aldini, Greef Karga, Hal Jordan, John Wick
  • Rivals: Boba Fett, Zaeed Massani, Samus Aran, Captain Falcon, Wolf O'Donnel
  • Enemies: Napoleon (Animal Farm), Lobo, Lockdown
  • Annoyed by: Deadpool, Wilson, The Piglins
  • Pities: Seita and Setsuko Yokokawa, Gregor Samsa
  • Conflicting Opinion: Okkoto-Nushi,
  • Marco Pagot was once an ace fighter in the Italian Air Force during World War I. But during a disastrous mission, he saw every member of his unit die to enemy fire, becoming the Sole Survivor out of all his friends. After this, he was cursed through unknown circumstances into the form of a humanoid pig, as a symbol of his own self-loathing due to Survivor Guilt and of his growing disillusionment towards humanity. He defected from the army during the rise of Fascism in Italy and became an excellent bounty hunter, earning him the hatred of both sky pirates and the Italian government. Though he kept a cynical point of view during much of that time, his bonding with a young mechanic by the name of Fio Piccolo made him progressively regain some hope of humanity. But after a dogfight with a french mercenary, the two parted way as Porco ended up chased by the Italian military. After this, there were no records of his whereabouts...
  • Until when he suddenly entered the Pantheon, crashing in catastrophe in the House of Beasts after his plane took a nasty hit. As he left the wreckage, he was shocked to discover a wilderness populated by sentient animals and other hybrid-looking persons much like him. He was guided towards the Court of the Gods, where his life was reviewed. Finding that he was no doubt the most notorious Pig Man there was, he was given the role of being their divine representative. Though apprehensive at first, Porco took to his new life in the Pantheon pretty quickly. He doesn't mind having to live in the Bestiary either, as having a place to rest away from people suits him just fine.
  • Naturally, he has met several other deities originating from Studio Ghibli works:
    • As he was flying through the sky, he was shocked to see two young girls riding on a strange small machine and a broom respectively. There were none other than Nausicaä and Kiki, who was enjoying a stroll. Ever since this, the pig-headed man sometimes joins them in flying together through the sky, and he often calls on Kiki to send and receive deliveries from his isolated home.
    • He can't help but feel great pity when he learned about Seita and Setsuko Yokokawa, two children who got an even more ignoble death in the World Wars than his old friends. Still, he doesn't talk to them much as he figures it's because of selfish adults like him that they suffered in the first place. Not to mention that as a 'traitor' to Italy, he was technically an enemy of Imperial Japan.
    • Okkoto-nushi was at first confused by the presence of a porcine who worked on his two legs, but he quickly lost all interest in Porco Rosso when he smelled the stink of civilization and warfare on him. The bounty hunter doesn't blame him for resenting humans as he perfectly understood the boar god's situation.
    • Chihiro Ogino, upon hearing of Porco's condition, was immediately reminded of how her parents were once transformed into pigs. She went to meet the aviator to tell him that she'll do anything to find a way to change him back. He appreciates the thought but told her she shouldn't bother herself for him, as he's gotten used to his form. Still, the girl really wants to help him with it.
    • On another flight through the House of Pantheon's sky, he happened to notice a very odd building moving through the wilderness. He curiously approached it, which led to him meeting the great wizard Howl and Sophie Hatter. He gets along with both of them rather well despite the sorcerer's flighty attitude, as he empathizes with him wanting to stay out of a war and Sophie having been once under the effect of a curse respectively.
  • One thing he noticed very early on during his days in the Pantheon is that there was no way his 20s era biplane could keep up with the much more advanced technology in this place. And so, he wandered around to find someone who could help him upgrade it. Upon hearing that a so-called genius inventor was experienced with similar-looking planes as his, he went to meet the young fox Tails to ask him for help. The latter was happy to provide his services and so upgraded Porco's beloved ride so that it could keep up with more modern machines.
  • He got to meet other people who were once under the effects of curses that turned into something else, like the prince known as The Beast or Tiara and Naveen. They very much empathize with his situation and wish for him to eventually find a way to turn back into a human. He answered that he doubts it can be fixed with something as simple and idealistic as 'true love', but still get along well with them.
    • Some deities have noticed that he seems to return to human form at the rare moments when he's truly happy or optimistic about his life, though he tends to brush that off if people tell him about it. Howl has theorized that, much like Sophie's curse was, his form is tied to his emotional state and self-esteem, and that he would truly be able to break the curse only when he fully surmounted his trauma. The wizard has also noted that this information shouldn't be shared with him as he has to develop naturally.
    • He absolutely pities, Gregor Samsa, who had turned into an even uglier form as a representation of his self-loathing, and didn't even have the freedom that Porco got. Sometimes, he tries to give advice to the vermin-like man, but it's to no avail as Gregor doesn't have enough confidence to really change by himself.
  • He has met a few other aviators in the Pantheon and generally gets along well with them due to their shared interest. Despite Richard Halsey Best coming from a country enemy to his own, Porco had no love for Fascist Italy and by extension, the Axis Powers and so doesn't mind him at all.
    • Though he appreciates Launchpad's love for planes, he has explicitly forbidden the duck from trying out his own after learning what happens most of the time. The same thing applies to Joseph Joestar, who is forbidden from even being a passenger.
    • While he was enjoying his time at one of the Pantheon's bar, he happened to notice Ted Cruz drinking in his own odd way. Curious about this, Porco walked to the other ex-war pilot to ask what was up with that. Though the sheer boredom of the story was the thing that came the closest to ever killing Porco, he still emphasizes with Ted's trauma from the war. He just knows to not go drinking with him from now on.
  • After learning that there was a humanoid pig piloting a flying vehicle in the Pantheon, the members of Star Fox were worried that their old enemy Pygma had somehow managed to ascend. They were relieved to see that Porco was a much nobler person than his fellow pig ever was, and sometimes hang out with him to share stories about their lines of work.
  • There were already a few pigs in the Pantheon that were curious to meet him. He doesn't think much about Babe or Pumbaa, though he does find the first cute (not that he'd admit it) and can get behind the latter's philosophy of a carefree life. He was surprised to learn that Porky Pig also had experience as a pilot for the military, which allowed the two to bond over talking about such an experience. One pig he is absolutely disgusted with, however, is Napoleon after seeing the latter's despotic reign over his farm. In Porco's words, he's a man who grew disillusioned with mankind and became a pig, while Napoleon's a pig who became everything disgusting about men.
  • As was said before, Porco is a bounty hunter who specializes in going after sky pirates, though he refuses to kill them. Naturally, he has continued his work in the Pantheon, and so has competed with many of his fellow bounty hunters, such as Samus, Captain Falcon, or Boba Fett. Though he actually doesn't mind them on a personal level, purely seeing it as a professional rivalry. The exceptions are people like Lobo or Lockdown, whose absolutely odious behaviors disgust him. And he finds Deadpool completely insufferable, especially since the Merc with a Mouth keep making flying pig jokes.
    • Ironically enough, his relationship with the god of Sky Pirate, Balthier, is similarly cordial. Though he does go after him when he's paid to, they're fairly chummy with each other 'off the clock', as they're both far from the worse example of their kind the other has seen.
    • Naturally, he needs someone to provide him with contact and bounties, and so has been working with Greef Karga. He appreciates the latter's professionalism and understanding that he doesn't kill during his jobs. And so, naturally, he has joined up with the Pantheonic Soldiers of Fortune.
    • Another bounty hunter that he got to 'meet' was Wolf O'Donnel, who challenged the pig-man to a dogfight after learning of his skills. The combat ended inconclusively, but the wolf does enjoy testing his skills against the World War I veteran. Though Porco says it's annoying, he can't help but enjoy those bouts a bit.
  • He greatly enjoys the food of his homeland, and so spends a good while of his first days in the Pantheon searching for a way to get some nice Italian cuisine. He eventually tried out a meal at Takumi Aldini's restaurant. Though he was at first skeptical by the mixture of Italian and Japanese influence, a taste of the food won him over, and he's now a regular there.
  • When he saw Porco, Wilson mistook him as one of the pigs from The Constant, whose services could be bought for food. And so he threw raw meat right in front of the pilot in a bid to recruit him. Porco Rosso just stayed silent for a good minute before raising his head and telling the scientist to piss off.
    • A similar misunderstanding happened when his plane had to do an emergency landing in the Nether. Fortunately, he hadn't too much problem coming back to safer waters thanks to the help of some Piglins who mistook him as one of their own. Despite this help, he was very annoyed during the trip by the obsession those monsters had with gold, and so has done his best to avoid both them and their habitat.
  • At first, The Angry Birds often growl at Porco if he comes too close to their nest since their experience with egg-stealing pigs gave them a large distrust of all things porcine. He himself couldn't care less about those crazy birds and their eggs. Though after he heard about them burying the hatchet with those pigs, he was that at least their world was at peace.
  • One day, while he and Tails were working on his plane, it happened to catch the attention of Hal Jordan. After talking with the superhero about it, he learned that Earth's first Green Lantern was himself a pilot before becoming a superhero, and how his own Survivor Guilt upon losing his entire home city lead to his fall into insanity as Parallax. Though Porco was naturally disturbed by the tale, he is glad to see Hal has gotten a lot better from those days. And so the both of them now often meet to talk about planes and how to pilot them.
  • The Ancestor at first was bemused by Porco's resemblance to the swinefolk he had created. He then wondered if the bounty hunter could be a good asset to take care of the dungeon, but grew disappointed at the latter's refusal to kill. In the mage's eyes, indecision like this only leads to death.
  • He has bonded with John Wick over both of them wanting to retire from the horror of their previous professions, though the latter was an assassin for a crime boss instead of a soldier. He can't really condone his violent vengeance, but he perfectly understands what drove to him, and pity the fact that this prevented the hitman for truly retiring.

    Ricotta Elmar 
Ricotta Elmar, Goddess of Animals That Look Incredibly Human (Rico)

Tawna, Goddess of Females Being More Humanoid (Tawna Bandicoot, Karmen)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A mugshot of her face (Original Tawna), a grappling hook (Alternate Tawna)
  • Theme Music
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Damsel in Distress, Satellite Love Interest, Pamela Anderson Expy, (allegedly) broke up with Crash for Pinstripe, Impossible Hourglass Figure
  • Domains: Love, Rescue, Adventure, Appearance, Time Travel
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Dr. Neo Cortex, Dr. N. Tropy (especially with Alternate Tawna), Dr. Nitrus Brio, Dr. N Gin, Bowser, Reed Richards/The Maker
  • Complicated Relationships: Pinstripe Potoroo (alleged boyfriend)
  • Tawna is one of the many experiments created by Dr. Neo Cortex and his assistant Dr. Nitrus Brio in the attempts of taking over the world and she was his second choice after Crash was deemed a failure. Given she was Crash's own Girlfriend, the latter returned to Cortex castle and put an end to his operations. But then Tawna's own whereabouts were unknown as she shortly disappeared after getting rescued by Crash, seemingly dumping him for Pinstripe according to some sources. Truth is, she had other matters to attend to and she eventually returned to the limelight in the Pantheon, welcomed by her fellow bandicoots with open arms.
  • Notable among most of the other evolved animals, Tawna is a very attractive female whose proportions are far more realistic among her peers which allowed her to claim the title of Humanoid Female Animal even if she isn't the only one of this type. She even returned to the Pantheon commanding her own racing team, the Nitro Squad alongside of other bandicoot ladies but she decided to strike on her own and her fellow teammates were happy although somewhat sad that she was departing their shared temple. Still, Tawna makes some time to often check what he fellow ladies are up to.
  • Tawna is unique in the sense that she is actually 2 different people. Well, after the Quantum Masks were awakened and rifts through time started happening, an alternate version of Tawna appeared to combat the new menace. This Tawna is much more of an Action Girl than the original, motivated into action after her version of Crash and Coco were killed by her universe's version of N. Tropy, which is why this Tawna has a huge grudge against N. Tropy. According to her, "she flies solo" so she isn't seen as often as regular Tawna and many aren't sure if they even met but she shows up from time to time.
  • Naturally, Tawna still has some bad blood with both Dr. Cortex and Dr. Brio in part for creating her and being the potential replacement of Crash as the Cortex Commandos' General. She obviously wants to get even but more often than not she would rather not antagonize them. Alternate Tawna briefly worked with Cortex to take down the N. Tropy duo but she is still weary of Cortex after he ultimately betrayed them later.
  • Some wonder who is Tawna dating. Initially her dissapearance was attributed to leaving Crash for Pinstripe Potoroo, which soured the opinion of others about her and making her seem ungrateful about Crash rescuing her. But in later years she seems to have returned to Crash and proudly wears his face on her shirt, implying they either got back together or she never left him in the first place. Alternate Tawna doesn't seem like she is still dating Crash but considering what happened to him, maybe she never got the change to rekindle that relationship
  • Tawna finds a lot in common with Pauline, both being girlfriends of the main character that were forgotten but later made a comeback. Initially Pauline didn't like Tawna after hearing some bad rumors, but she came around once she actually got to meet her and later introduced her to Princess Peach, who also shares certain similarities with Tawna. Jessica Rabbit also has a similar connection to Tawna, with her being married to the silly Roger Rabbit, and is glad to see that even if it was once true that she and Crash split up, it doesn't seem to be true anymore (if the aforementioned new shirt is any indication).
  • Tawna made an unlikely ally in Gwen Stacy, except, this was the version that became Spider-Gwen and related a lot to the plight of her alternate universe version. That Tawna finds her pretty cool and often hangs out with Gwen trying to perfect the use of her grappling hook while training alongside Gwen. The same can't be said for the alternate version of Reed Richards, who in many ways is a mad scientist who resembles N. Tropy a lot in terms of goals and considering her grudge against the aforementioned doctor then it's no wonder alternate Tawna hates his guts.
  • Definitely not a great fan of deities that kidnap people given her original role. Bowser often comes up as someone she personally isn't very fond of, and is surprised how often he is allowed to capture Princess Peach and wonder why Mario is that forgiving towards the Koopa King. Then again, considering how complicated Crash and Cortex's relationship is, one has to wonder if it's a force of habit that one develops with their arch-nemesis. At the very least, alternate Tawna is not willing to go down that path with N. Tropy.
  • Has been offered a spot in the GUAG Relationship Enchancers but decided to turn it down as she was more focused on herself rather than on any relationship, be it with Crash or Pinstripe. Instead she find herself mostly hanging out with other adventurers and the occasional race enthusiast, seeing as she is technically the founder of the Nitro Squad and what got the other bandicoot girls to finally start racing (though Ami certainly helped by pushing her own dream towards the other three).
  • Some say she looks quite similar to Pamela Anderson and she certainly was based on her initially but Tawna is trying to move on from those comparisons. There are also people that confuse her with fellow bandicoot Isabella, but the two just got used to the confusion.

    Madame Vastra 
Madame Vastra, Goddess of Reptilian Aliens (The Veiled Detective)


Babar, God of Civilized Animals (Babar the King, King Babar, King of the Elephants)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The flag of his kingdom
  • Theme Song: Babar Theme Song
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Anthropomorphic Shift, Civilized Animal, The Good King, Happily Married to Queen Celeste, Honorable Elephant, Reasonable Authority Figure, Royals Who Actually Do Something
  • Domains: Elephants, Royalty
  • Followers: Ernest and Celestine, Peter Rabbit
  • Heralds: Queen Celeste (his wife), Pom, Flora, Alexander, Isabelle (his children), Badou (his grandson)
  • Allies: Dumbo, Lazlo, Raj, and Clam, Ganesha, Bambi, Simba, Winnie the Pooh, Tarzan, Mowgli, Madame Foster, Nicholas St, North, Madeline, Pippi Longstocking, Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde, Rango, Good-aligned gods in the House of Royalty
  • Enemies: Napoleon
  • Wary of: Most hunters in the Pantheon.
  • When Babar was a young elephant, his mother was shot by a hunter which led him to flee the jungle and into a large city, There, he befriended an elderly lady and learned to behave like a human. Upon returning to the jungle, Babar shared what he'd learned about human ways with his fellow elephants, and the elephants decided to construct a city, which they named Celesteville. Finally, Babar was made king of the elephants.
  • Originally, he was considered for the title of Honorable Elephant before that title was eventually given to Ganesha given that he ascended earlier. That said, the two seem to get along pretty well.
  • He is good friends with other elephant deities such as Dumbo and Raj. Through Raj, he befriended Lazlo and Clam, especially the former since he reminds him of his monkey friend Zephyr.
  • He is very wary of most hunters in the Pantheon since they remind him of the hunter that shot his mother. This led him to be allies with Bambi, another animal whose mother met a similar end. Is also allies with Simba; he finds his story to be a little similar to his own.
  • Winnie the Pooh was at first wary of the elephant because he initially mistook him for a heffalump, but it wasn't long before the misunderstanding was cleared up and he became friends with him. It might have something to do with his creator helping to introduce his stories to English-speaking audiences.
  • While he’s a nice guy for the most part, he doesn’t like Napoleon for his abuse of power over the rest of the animals on his farm. He hopes that his children won’t be manipulated by the pig’s actions.
  • He is on much friendlier terms with Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde due to both of them also being benevolent civilized animals. He will sometimes pay a visit to their temple.
  • Is welcomed by the House of Royalty, who respects him for being a benevolent king.
  • Was surprised to see Nicholas St. North in the Pantheon; seeing him reminded Babar of the time he helped his children invite the legendary Father Christmas to vacation in their home country and received a gift that promised a visit from him every year. Is also good friends with Madame Foster, who somehow reminds him of the Old Lady who helped him during his mortal life.
  • Fellow children’s book characters such as Madeline are happy to greet him in the Pantheon and enjoy talking to him about their respective adventures. Somehow, he also gets along well with Pippi Longstocking, probably because his voice reminds her of her father. It was easy for Mowgli to befriend Babar given his encounters with other elephants, such as Colonel Hathi and his son.

    Beagle Boys 
Beagle Boys, Deified Group of Human-like Dogs
Some generic Beagle Boys from the Disney Ducks Comic Universe
Grandpa Sherman “Blackheart” Beagle
Ma Beagle (center) with various members from DuckTales (1987)
DuckTales (2017) Designs
  • Demideities
  • Symbol: The face of a generic member of their team
  • Theme Music: Beagle Boys’ Boss Theme from Donald Duck: Goin’ Quackers (PC version, N64 version)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: The Family That Slays Together, Don’t look like Actual Beagles, Card-Carrying Villain, Stupid Crooks, Blatant Burglar (May Sometimes Wear an Outfit with a Big “B” on it), Massive Numbered Siblings
  • Domains: Crime, Family
  • Allies: Pete, Giovanni (mainly for Ma)
  • Rivals: Toppat Clan, The Empress (friendly towards the former)
  • Enemies:
  • Foil to: Bowser (towards Ma and Grandpa)
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: League of Super Evil
  • Being The Richest Duck in the World meant that Scrooge Mcduck was going to have his wealth targeted one way or another by various entities. The Beagle Boys, a crime family led by Grandpa Beagle and later Ma Beagle, are one such group focused on stealing from Scrooge’s Money Bin and have used a variety of methods to try and pull it off. Beyond the Mcduck Clan putting up a good fight, the Beagle Boys fail in their objective often through humiliating defeats. Despite their general incompetence at their main goal, the Beagle Boys have plenty of members ranging from regular crooks to having some sort of gimmick to make them stand out and have shown to be effective when they put their minds to it, at least until they inevitably get defeated.
  • Ma Beagle was growing more and more irritated by the day over the fact that the Beagle Boys still haven’t found a way to steal Scrooge Mcduck’s wealth. It wasn’t until a bank robbery spearheaded by Bigtime, Burger, and Bouncer (three members of the Beagle Boys and arguably the most prominent of the ensemble) that the team was able to get one step closer to having at least more than one step towards success. While they were able to steal some money, they ended up stealing a few extra things that Ma initially thought wasn’t necessary until she was told that one of the magazines they took might be of interest. As it turned out, the magazine covered a place known as the Pantheon and an interview with Scrooge Mcduck talking about adventure and finance was the cover story. Not only that, but it talked about criminals and covered various facets of the Pantheon, including how to make the most of the place for anyone from any line of work. Ma Beagle saw it as a great opportunity to finally steal from Scrooge’s money bin and from there, the Beagle Boys were prepared to take on the Pantheon (even if it sometimes involved staying at Duckburg whenever the Mcduck Clan is there) and continue their criminal activity there.
  • While Grandpa Beagle was the one who founded the Beagle Boys, it’s Ma Beagle that many perceive as being the leader of such a syndicate (and it’s been mentioned that she took the leadership role from him when she was a child). While it’s true on some level, Grandpa Beagle has still been involved with the family, mainly through leading his own group of Beagle Boys and sometimes giving advice to Ma on how to ensure her Beagle Boys can thrive (as much as they can given that the Beagle Boys are one of the more incompetent criminal groups out of many in the Pantheon). The aforementioned Bigtime, Burger, and Bouncer are primarily part of Ma’s group of Beagle Boys alongside a number of members who have gimmicky themes to make them stand out from their own kind. All things considered, Grandpa Beagle and his ensemble of Beagle Boys tend to lay low before following through on their criminal activity in contrast to the comparatively more open antics that Ma’s Beagle Boys engage in before and after they spring into action.
  • Pete has sometimes let a couple of Beagle Boys work with him in antagonizing Mickey Mouse and his friends. One of Pete’s more notable team-ups with them happened when Mickey, Donald, and Goofy took up the role of musketeers and three distinct Beagle Boys worked with Pete to prevent them from succeeding. Such an attempt by those Beagle Boys didn’t work out and a later attempt to stop Sora and Riku when the latter two were visiting the Country of the Musketeers also ended badly, not helped by the fact that the two were highly skilled combatants. Ma Beagle has visited Pete every so often to give him advice on how to keep the Beagle Boys’ antics in check so that they can be more effective in causing mayhem, though she told him that those Beagle Boys from the Country of the Musketeers need to be toughened up if the other Beagle Boys were to effectively apply swashbuckling to their capers.
  • Looking to gain a more serious reputation for themselves, the League of Super Evil sought out the Beagle Boys after Voltar took notice of how a crime family had problems dealing with children. Ma was skeptical about this particular team of villains, but some Beagle Boys were eager to gain some potential friends to help them better the odds against the triplets so that they can get a better path to Scrooge’s Money Bin. Once Voltar showed off a plan to get all forms of candy to taste bad (among other plans that would be considered little more than pointless pranks), the Beagle Boys realized that working with the League of Super Evil wasn’t going to work out at all. Ma Beagle knew that the team’s acronym sounded off and Bigtime (who had his fair share of ridiculous plans that tend to fail) got into an argument with Voltar over what an evil plan should actually be. It culminated with some Beagle Boys led by Grandpa stealing items from L.O.S.E’s lair and the quartet throwing eggs at the Beagle Boys’ hideout in retaliation. As much as the Beagle Boys are far from the greatest criminal team in the Pantheon, they see themselves as at least more evil compared to what they saw as glorified pranksters while L.O.S.E. (or Voltar more specifically) is determined to get the Beagle Boys to understand what true evil is like and a petty rivalry resulted between the two groups.
  • Frustrated at the lack of progress in being a feared and respected criminal syndicate, Ma ended up learning about Team Rocket on the news and while the other Beagle Boys were interested based on what they heard, Ma decided to personally talk to their Rocket leader Giovanni to make sure that Team Rocket was a group that wouldn’t waste the Beagle Boys’ time. Giovanni was willing to accept a meeting with Ma after being told about a similar crime syndicate that specialized in stealing things. During that meeting, Ma learned about three of Giovanni’s most loyal, yet inept, members in the form of Jessie, James, and a talking Meowth and was reminded of how she also had three loyal, yet idiotic, Beagle Boys in Bigtime, Bouncer, and Burger working with her. Giovanni set an arrangement for Ma that involved a few Beagle Boys working with Team Rocket and giving her a small list of appropriate Pokemon that would work for both her and the rest of the Beagle Boys as a means of improving their odds of success. While the Beagle Boys haven’t gotten around to actually using Pokemon for their schemes, Ma is fine with what Giovanni has provided for the Beagle Boys (in addition to understanding the difficulty of managing several inept lackeys at once) and has sometimes let Grandpa Beagle talk to him if she’s busy with something.
  • When The Nyakuza set up an attack across various streets in the Pantheon, Bigtime assumed that a gang of cat criminals was stealing the Beagle Boys’ thunder and set out to steal a valuable item from their hangout as proof that the Beagle Boys should be taken seriously by anyone. This ended up being yet another bad idea from him as it resulted in members of the Nyakuza surrounding the Beagle Boys’ hideout shortly afterwards and their leader, The Empress, demanded that the leader or whoever was responsible for the theft show up and explain themselves. Ma stepped out and The Empress became aware of what was going on: a potential crime war between cats and dogs, with the dog crime gang being every bit as stupid as what others have described about them. Ma was insulted by what The Empress was saying about them and threatened The Empress that there will be more trouble if they try to attack them again. The Empress isn’t bothered by it knowing how inept the Beagle Boys are, but still had a bone to pick with Ma over the latter’s arrogance and after the Nyakuza stole back what Bigtime took in addition to stealing another item or two to make a point, the Beagle Boys and Nyakuza went to war over who is the better crime gang.
  • The Toppat Clan was an organization of interest to the Beagle Boys given the former’s specialty in keeping unusual items, but Bigtime had to be told that if the Beagle Boys are to meet them, he’s not to steal anything from them to avoid a similar fiasco as that with the Nyakuza. When the Beagle Boys arrived at the Toppat Clan’s hideout, the first thing they were told was if they’re interested in joining the Clan. Some of the Beagle Boys were interested, but were told to trade their prison hats with top hats that other members of the Clan wear. Ma had some resentment towards the Clan having a lot of rare items to the point she believed that they made it look easy, but given how some of the Beagle Boys were involved with the Clan, she was at the very least hoping that they had better luck with stealing than before. Despite the rivalry between the two groups over who can steal more valuable items, they maintain a mostly friendly relationship with each other (partially due to the Beagle Boys that are part of the Clan) and Ma and Grandpa Beagle have even talked to the Toppat Clan’s leader(s) on occasion.
  • If they aren’t trying to steal from Scrooge’s Money Bin, then the Beagle Boys are going around stealing from other places including other people’s homes. While it has been argued that they do this as a means to get closer to the Money Bin when they get the chance to do so, some houses ended up being just as difficult as taking on the Mcduck Clan and Kevin Mccallister was one such kid whose house proved difficult to navigate. Kevin was creative when it came to setting up traps to fend off burglars that threatened him and the Beagle Boys fell victim to such antics multiple times. It didn’t help that Kevin sometimes talked to the Huey, Dewey, and Louie on occasion not only for advice on how to take on enemies if they end up bypassing his traps, but to also contribute to said traps. Ma and Grandpa Beagle were infuriated at the fact that the Beagle Boys get humiliated by children regularly and they didn’t need another one to make things harder for the Beagle Boys, especially coming from a kid who shared some of the same smarts as that of the triplets.
  • While The Richest Duck in the World is the Beagle Boys’ primary target, there were other equally rich folks that the crime family has attempted to go after. While there were plenty of wealthy figures who are morally bankrupt that the Beagle Boys could go after (and most people wouldn’t care too much if such a thing happened), they mostly haven’t gone after Flintheart Glomgold’s money due to having worked with him a few times (alongside Magica de Spell). Despite such partnerships ending in failure, their shared grudge against the Mcduck Clan and their friends may be the primary reason why the Beagle Boys haven’t gone after such evil rich entities. Partially out of anger for repeatedly being outwitted by youngsters and their uncle, the Beagle Boys have tried stealing money from younger people such as Richie Rich, but given how Scrooge is on good terms with benevolent rich folk such as Richie combined with the Beagle Boys’ relative incompetency, such attempts only added to their resentment of Scrooge and his extended family.
  • Managing the Beagle Boys as both a criminal organization and as a family was fairly difficult for both Ma and Grandpa Beagle, especially with Ma’s frequent frustrations at the group’s failures. There were plenty of villainous parents in the Pantheon, but some were very over-the-top with their abuse of their offspring (and in some cases it was to try and make that offspring work with that villain) to the point that said offspring would fight against them and the one thing that Ma and Grandpa want to avoid is for one of the Beagle Boys to leave the group behind over poor conditions. One villainous parent who has an army of minions by their side was Bowser, who was far more dangerous than the Beagle Boys as a whole, but cared for his troops and was a good father to Bowser Jr. to the point where the latter idolizes his dad in addition to being a potential successor to him. While Bowser’s plans are more wild than anything the Beagle Boys can do, they are still susceptible to failure, but it hasn’t done anything to harm any goodwill the troops have towards Bowser. Grandpa believed that if the Beagle Boys can be as well-managed (and Ma does a better job at restraining her anger towards them) as Bowser’s troops are, they’d have much better luck not just at their jobs, but at getting close to Scrooge’s Money Bin and stealing at the very least something from there.
  • Besides their regular criminal activities, the Beagle Boys took a go at soccer in order to gain access to a valuable trophy, but being the devious criminals they are, they resorted to cheating to give Scrooge, the triplets, and an unusually competent Goofy a hard time. Following that failed attempt at breaking into sports, this ended up gaining the ire of Tsubasa Ozora, a highly revered soccer player who saw the Beagle Boys’ antics as antithetical to what soccer is about, no matter how eccentric the triplets and Goofy can be. The Monstars also had nothing nice to say about the Beagle Boys’ attempt at cheating, seeing it as a reminder of how they resorted to playing dirty back when they worked for Mr. Swackhammer. The Beagle Boys haven’t looked into cheating at other sports, but it’s going to be more difficult for them to cheat their way into entering other sports compared to back then if they decide to act on it.

    Gadget Hackwrench 
Gadget Hackwrench, Goddess of Female Animals with Hair (Our Lady of the Workshop)

Medli, Goddess of Bird People (Sage of Earth)
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: The Rito Harp
  • Theme Songs: Earth God's Lyric, Dragon Roost Island
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: One of the Rito, The Sage of Earth, Owner of the Rito Harp, Power Through The Earth God's Lyric, Smart for her age
  • Domains: Bird, Humanoid
  • High Priest: Garuda
  • Followers: The Teppan, the Haspur, Turians, Harper the Hummingbird, Bird Person
  • Allies: Link, Zelda, Ruto, Midna, Agitha, Fi, Lana, Papi, Hawkgirl, The Villager, Edward von Muir
  • Enemies: Ganondorf, Cia, Zant, Ghiraham, Gengar, Beetlejuice, Spooky
  • Medli is one of the Rito, a race of bird-like people who are capable of flight through the scales of Valoo, their guardian deity. She served as Valoo's apprentice attendee and the successor to Laruto as the Sage of Earth.
  • She was dragged into a battle against Cia and her forces. She weaponizes the power of her harp much like the mysterious Sheik.
  • When she needs a headstart for flight, she'll ask to be picked up and thrown into the air. She used to be rather indiscriminate about who she asked, but some more mischievous (at best) deities would throw her into a wall, which caused her to see little Ritos and speak nonsense each time. Combined with the crash landings and the concussions, her friends had become worried for her. She's more careful who she asks for help now.
  • Medli was surprised to learn of bird-like people other than the Ritos, probably because she hadn't ventured far from the Great Sea. One fateful day, she sailed out to sea on her own for the first time, and found some new land. This land turned out to be a gateway into the pantheon.
  • She doesn't seem to like ghosts. Understandable, since Jalhalla, the leader of the Poes, was responsible for killing her predecessor, Laruto.
  • She makes occasional visits to the Villager's town and can be considered a resident of his place.
  • Her race were evolved from the fish-like Zora after the events of the Great Flood. Some questioned why a fish-like race would evolve into a bird-like race. The most popular theory about this in the pantheon is that the Goddesses intervened to protect the Zoras from the Sea, which was too hostile for Zora life. It was also due to the lack of fish that lived in the Sea, and to keep the sunken Hyrule a secret.
    • She met one of her ancestors, Ruto, while playing on top of her temple. As she succeeded a Zora Sage named Laruto as the Sage of Earth, Ruto showed some respect for her. The relation between the two could be speculated as grandmother and granddaughter, though Ruto don't like the idea of the former.
    • However, in one era, Rito were found living in a remote region of Hyrule, coexisting with the Zoras, the race they seem to have evolved from. In addition, the Rito of this era have adopted a more avian-like appearance than in the Wind Waker era. Questions of the Rito within the Era of the Great Sea and these Rito is currently being investigated.
  • In her off-time, Medli may play with her harp at the top of her temple. It's said that Edward agreed to play the harp with her, and thus, the two sometimes can be seen playing together.

    Napoleon (Animal Farm
Napoleon, God of Walking Animals (Comrade Napoleon, Father of All Animals, Terror of Mankind, Protector of the Sheep-fold, Ducklings' Friend)

Otis, God of Gender-Blended Animals (Oaty, Oat, Ben's Kid)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A red barn
  • Theme Songs: Mud by North Mississippi Allstars; Sam Elliott's cover of Tom Petty's I Won't Back Down if he's getting serious
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: A Male Cow with an Udder, Butt-Monkey, Actually makes good plans for a fun-loving goof, Genius Ditz, Happily Adopted by Ben until Dag killed him, Has more brains compared to his friends at times, Often Snarky, Four Legs Good, Two Legs Better, Halfway Plot Switch
  • Domains: Farm Animals, Comedy, Fun, Maturity
  • Heralds: His friends including (but not limited to) Pip, Pig, Peck and Freddy
  • High Priest: King Julien
  • Followers: Gazelle, Hedwig, Joey the Kangaroo, Lord Woo Fak Fak, Liz the Lizard
  • Allies: Judy Hopps & Nick Wilde, Fluttershy, Miltank, Po, Babe, Kaguya Nanbu, Baine Bloodhoof, Chanticleer, Nedzu, Tauros, The Angry Birds, Kaban and Serval, Those from Flonyard, Firestar, Bluestar, Jayfeather
  • Enemies: Dag, Cruella De Vil, Dr. Alfred Drevis, Napoleon, The Grand Duke of Owls, The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog, The Toon Patrol, Twitch, Ratigan, Sharptooth, Indominus Rex, Scourge, The Grox
  • Friendly Rivals: John Egbert
  • Opposes: The Chosen One, Robot Chicken, Cael Cyndar
  • Opposed By: Angel Bunny
  • Pities: All humans who have lost their parents
  • One day, a group of animals were seen hill surfing that ended with them covered in oil and chicken feathers. This has happened before, because it turns out they are Otis and his friends Pip, Pig, Peck and Freddy who are then summoned to the Court of the Gods for further judgement. They were afraid that they will be punished, but then they were relieved to hear that Otis will have a position in the Pantheons, who became delighted about it. But he doesn't want to leave his friends behind, so they designated them as his Heralds as per Otis' request. With Otis officially in the Pantheons, they are ready to goof off once more.
  • Napoleon tries to coax him into hating humans by using the same method he used on Judy Hopps, who luckily was in the area at the time. Judy saved him before he is fully convinced by Napoleon, who is now a big enemy in his list considering he is no more monstrous than the coyote Dag. He is very much neutral on humans anyway... unless they cowtip.
    • ...And then Dag got in at the same time Otis got ascended. Otis quickly fortifies his temple, the same barn he calls home and ask his Heralds to be on guard for Dag. The two won't be playing nice next time they meet.
    • Judy is glad that another animal did not fall into Napoleon's clutch since she saved him and she later introduced Otis to her partner, Nick Wilde. They both hit it off pretty quickly and they team up to goof off or to grab some money, which Judy left exasperated at their antics.
  • Has gotten along with fellow bovines Miltank and Tauros despite them not being conventional animals and this extends to their partners, Kaguya Nanbu and Baine Bloodhoof. The four are baffled as to why would a male cow have an udder which most females do have, though Otis says it's probably for a joke. Otis is fascinated by Baine's appearance of a humanoid bull which Baine replies it comes with being a minotaur.
    • After hearing how The Chosen One is treating cows badly from Miltank and Tauros, Otis stay far away from him. The Chosen One calls it a shame, given that they both share a creator.
    • Otis has also heard of Cael Cyndar eating livestock to power himself up from Miltank and despite hearing that Cael means well, he's still scared of Cael and his insistence on eating him.
  • Otis has warmed up to Fluttershy, which is not surprising given that she is a Friend to All Living Things; he even cheers her up at the barn every now and then. Her pet, Angel Bunny however doesn't like his compulsion to goof off a lot and gives him looks of disapproval whenever they meet, which still does not deter Otis one bit.
  • Has befriended Chanticleer and Foghorn Leghorn due to them reminding him of his barnmate, Root the rooster; they even hang out and perform at the barn, which Chanticleer admits the place is more fun to sing at than his own temple. The Grand Duke of Owls hates Otis for siding with Chanticleer, and tries to appeal to his and the barn animals' habits of partying all night by promising him eternal nights just for such an activity. Otis angrily refuses his offer because that would mean his temple would be vulnerable to attacks, not to mention hearing of the Grand Duke's atrocities making him as monstrous as Dag.
  • Otis and Po quickly got along, seeing that Po lost his home village (as well as his mother) reminds Otis of losing his father Ben; they both get to cheering each other up with Po serving noodles at Otis' barn and in turn Otis gives Po all the food he wants. Babe also come by to have fun too, as well as hanging out with Pig. Nezu's appearance baffles Otis, though he is still welcome to the barn anyway.
    Otis: That mouse-guy-whatever... he seems nice.
  • Otis has not heard of human-looking animals before, though his housemate Ricotta Elmar resolves to change that by introducing him to her fellow kin from Flonyard; they have not heard of animals like him, but they are willing to befriend him anyway. Kaban and Serval also befriend him after some intial mix-up on whether he is a Friend or not.
  • Of course again, not all of Otis' confrontations are not positive. Besides Dag, the Grand Duke and Napoleon, the Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog is so insane to the point that he ordered the barn a highly defensive protocol on the Rabbit, though the Toon Patrol is more manageable than him just by making them laugh and he's not letting Twitch go near the barn as well as Ratigan due to their respective atrocities they have committed.
    • Scary dinosaurs like Sharptooth and the Indominus rex scare him to no end and stay away from them as far as possible. If they attack the barn, well... he does have friends this time.
    • Animal cruelty is a line Otis feels should NEVER be crossed. Unfortunately, Dr. Alfred Drevis and Cruella De Vil have done so with their abuse on animals and for Dr. Drevis, taxidermy them making them more worse than Snotty Boy. Otis now hates them just as much, if not more than Dag. And that's not getting into the Grox problem...
  • He feels sorry for humans who lost their parents like he did, though he can't do anything to comfort them 'cause he is a talking animal and allnote . Instead, he left letters to those like Hilda and Tetsuya Tsurugi saying that there is someone out there who does feel for them (of course under anonymity).
  • One day, he was out pranking some human deities by himself... until he was spotted by John Egbert and T.J. Detweiler. Feeling vulnerable from getting caught, Otis prepared for the worst. Surprisingly, they are okay with him being a talking cow, seeing they have seen more stranger stuff going on around the place. Since then, the three prank nearly everyone they can and John and T.J. became Otis' Secret Secret Keepers of his Funny Animal status.
  • The heroic cats Firestar, Bluestar and Jayfeather are impressed that a cow is capable of fending off a coyote pack, with or without help, so they ally with him and he gives them as much milk as they want. They also warn him of Scourge, their enemy who is also as ruthless as Dag, which Otis accepts and agrees to look out for; one savage animal is supposed to be enough already.
  • No, he swears he is not transgender. No matter how much Robot Chicken is insisting that he is.
  • "I'll just say this; as long as I'm still kicking, no animal will be harmed inside that fence."

    Pluto (Disney
Pluto the Pup, Patron Saint of Furry Confusion


    The Plantars 
Sprig, Hopediah, and Polly Plantar, Divine Family of Frog People (Sprig: Frog-Man; Hopediah: Hop Pop)
From left to right: Sprig, Hop Pop, Polly

  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: The Plantar’s “P” banner
  • Theme Song: Welcome to Amphibia
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Frog Men, Farm Boy, Badass Family, Family of Choice for Anne, Perpetual Poverty, Secret Identity while on Earth
  • Domains: Frogs, Farmers, Anthropomorphism, Swamps
  • Heralds: Bessie (Hopediah), Ivy Sundew (Sprig), Frobo (Polly)
  • Allies: Anne Boonchuy, Sasha Waybright, Marcy Wu, Kermit the Frog, Tiana and Naveen, Frog of Crono’s Party, Greninja, Mr. Toad, Swamp Thing
  • Enemies: Most of the Hall of Birds, Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy, The Harvesters, Hexxus, Metallia, The Ur-Quan Kzer-Za
  • Welcome to Amphibia, a world of humanoid frogs, toads, and newts. Within the swamp, you’ll find the humble, yet worn-down frog town of Wartwood, home to this family of farmers struggling to make a living while avoiding any chaos; but in a Death World like Amphibia, there’s plenty of that to go around. Hopediah Plantar and his grandchildren, Sprig and Polly, were just minding their business one day, doing their usual town routine, when Sprig heard of a beast in the forest and went to take it down with his slingshot. He then tripped a trap, and found out this “beast” was actually a human teenage girl, Anne Boonchuy. The actual beast was a giant red mantis. Sprig was the first on Amphibia to befriend Anne after she saved him from the mantis. Working together to take it down, it convinced Hopediah, or “Hop Pop” as his grandchildren call him, that Sprig is responsible, and he also offered Anne to stay in his basement as she looked for a way home. And good thing to, because Anne would later help them take down a tyrannical king who would have destroyed their home, and livelihood, beyond repair.
  • It was a quiet day in Wartwood, when all of a sudden, a portal opened up! Thankfully, it wasn’t from the Calamity Box, but it was colored blue, pink, and green; indeed, the Calamity Trio had arrived, and reunited with their old friends. Anne, Sasha, and Marcy told the Plantars everything about the “Trope Pantheons”, and while Sprig and Polly were invested, Hop Pop stood in bewilderment towards the “Gods” and “TV Tropes” nonsense, being a man (er, frog?) who grew up in a world without religion or technology. The girls attempted to coax the frogs into another adventure, but they were understandably hesitant, since they almost died on their last adventure. They ultimately agreed once Polly learned about the Hall of Robots and started geeking out. Thus, the Court of the Gods ascended the Plantars under the title of Divine Family of Frog People.
  • The Plantars were delighted to see the Calamity Trio in the Pantheon, especially Anne. She spared no expense introducing the frogs to other amphibian deities, including Kermit the Frog, Tiana and Naveen, Greninja, and Mr. Toad. They were fascinated by how Tiana and Naveen were humans turned into frogs by witchcraft, as in Amphibia, magic exists, and no, not just the power of the Calamity Box. Sprig once had a girlfriend, Maddie, who was a practitioner of curses, but he only agreed to the relationship in exchange for pizza dough. (It’s a long story...) The Princess and the Frog’s transformations, unfortunately, brought back memories of he and Anne transforming into birds through curses, which Maddie had to save them from.
  • Despite his fearsome appearance, the Plantars get along well with Swamp Thing, a protector of nature who became a swamp monster. His appearance reminded them of a mythical creature from Amphibia called the Moss Man; Alec’s thoughts on being compared to a grass monster remain contentious. His stark opposite would be Hexxus, who the Plantars hate for his fearsome appearance and being the personification of pollution. Pollution almost destroyed the entirety of Amphibia, and the frog family has promised amongst themselves to stay clear of Hexxus at all costs.
  • The Ur-Quan are a race of aliens who were enslaved by frog-like creatures called Dnyarri to oppose all living things, and in retaliation, the Dnyarri were reduced to sub-sentience. Amphibia also had a problem with a creature who sought to enslave them; an infectious fungus known as Apothecary Gary. Being reduced to mere animals also horrified the frog family, being sentient animals themselves. Hop Pop especially hates the Ur-Quan, as he was tricked into spreading the “Gary” fungus in the first place, and it later became a weapon Andrias used in his revolution, enslaving his defectors, as well as the herons who killed Sprig and Polly’s parents.
  • The aforementioned herons deserve special mention. None of the Plantars are fans of birds in general, for in a world where all living creatures are insect and amphibian-sized, birds are the only animals in Amphibia that are proportionate to the bugs they eat. They could either be tamed and ridden as a steed (as Marcy has proven), or they can be vicious predators who eat people. The sight of herons in general is a trigger for the Plantars; a reminder of the family they have lost.
  • Sprig was known for his recklessness before meeting Anne, and even after. Confusing his irresponsibility for weakness is enough to get a slingshot pellet to the face, though even he can’t match his girlfriend, the adventurous Ivy Sundew. Though she hasn’t ascended, Sprig always has his eye out in anticipation of an AMBUSH! Once he actually got ambushed by the Wallmasters, though, he immediately regretted his wish.
    • His irresponsibility never truly went away after ascension. The first thing he tried to do was get a feel for every temple he came across, literally. This frog’s compulsion for touching things is unrivaled. He soon became a friend of resident troublemaker Bart Simpson, who is ecstatic to introduce Sprig to the world of prank calls. Until now, Sprig’s only experience with a phone was Anne’s smartphone, which had no cell service in Amphibia and was only used to binge Anne’s favorite show, Suspicion Island.
    • There was one incident on Earth where Sprig, inspired by a superhero film, tried to become a superhero himself in the vein of Spider-Man, dubbed Frog-Man. And just like Spider-Man he became a Hero with Bad Publicity shortly after thanks to the collateral damage inflicted on Los Angeles during a villain chase. He told Peter Parker about Frog-Man’s escapades, and the aforementioned backlash, and the two had a good laugh.
    • Frog was originally a human who was cursed to turn into a frog man. While the Plantar’s aren’t Bewitched Amphibians, Sprig could still relate to his plight; he and Anne were cursed to turn into bird-like monsters and had to be saved by Maddie.
  • Hop Pop is a follower of tradition, for better or worse. The aforementioned pizza dough incident with Sprig and Maddie? It was planned by Anne to get away from his awful cooking, which he justifies by pointing out his cookbook passed down by the Plantars for generations. For this, he was banned from the House of Food; after all, who’d want to eat bug soup where the bugs are still alive?
    • On a less disgusting note, Hop Pop is a fan of theatre, and before becoming a farmer, he wanted to build a career in acting. He is a huge fan of Shakespeare, so much so that he could recite all of Romeo and Juliet on his own! Many deities not part of the House of Theatre find his acting boring, but he writes them off as uncultured.
    • When he warped to Earth, he fell in love with khon dancing at the Thai Temple, got a role in a commercial that went viral, and almost became a movie star. He also met an old man named Humphrey who looked suspiciously like him and was also an aspiring actor. Ever since returning to Amphibia, though, it’s unlikely he’ll ever partake in human-style acting again. Besides, without the music box, technology in Amphibia is quite limited.
    • Like all frogs in Amphibia, Hop Pop rides a giant insect like a horse; in his case, a large purple snail named Bessie. Strangely, some Gods have recalled him owning a yellow slug that pulled a chariot and was lead by a leaf on a stick. Where the slug went and was replaced by Bessie, nobody knows, and Hop Pop’s memory of said slug is quite foggy, too.
    • He’s great friends with Goofy. Voices notwithstanding, they are both old, doting parents who deeply care about their children (or grandchildren, in Hop Pop’s case), even if they don’t completely understand them, or tend to bungle things while trying to be the responsible parental figure. It’s worth mentioning that, during his stay on Earth, Hop Pop and the Plantars were fascinated by a real Earth frog. He’s quite confused why, in Goofy’s universe, there’s both a humanoid and regular dog in the same room, and no one’s questioning it.
  • Polly Petunia Plantar. She may be a baby, but she’s also bloodthirsty. With an affinity for lethal weapons and death threats, she’s always itching for trouble, and despite Hop Pop’s belief that she’s more responsible than Sprig, her actions say otherwise. Oh, and ever since the family’s trip to Newtopia, Anne and Sprig, itching for adventure, activated an ancient factory and produced a frog robot that proceeded to follow them for the rest of their journey, even on the way back. Polly took a liking to this robot, named him Frobo, and... remember what Hop Pop said about her responsibility? Let’s just say, Polly initially had trouble keeping her new friend under control...
    • Ever since befriending Frobo, Polly’s had a love for all robots, even the ones trying to kill her. She scoured the Pantheon for any robot deities to befriend, and lo and behold, there’s an entire hall for such: the Hall of Robots and Automata. The Court of the Gods has advised caution whenever she enters the Hall, though, for she has a tendency to… destroy things.
    • One robot she took great interest in is Jenny Wakeman. Polly asked the teenage robot to show her some of her favorite gadgets to use, and, among others, was a huge fan of the laser gun arms. Jenny saw Polly taking notes, and was curious to know why; the notes were for what upgrades to add to Frobo. When asked, Polly showed her robot off, and Jenny was struck with awe. The teenage robot made sure to inquire Nora Wakeman on a pink and gold color scheme.