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Eliphas (Yu-Gi-Oh! ZEXAL)
Eliphas, God of Knight Templars
- Symbol: New Orders 13: Etherical Amon
- Alignment: Lawful Evil -> Lawful Neutral
- Portfolio: Wanting to Rank Up the chosen of the Astral World Methods be damned (Until his defeat... somewhat), Deconstructed Purity, The will of the Astral World, Order not being Good but still Somewhat Morally better than Chaos, Shining Draw whenever he feels like it, Angelic Transformations, Heroic Sacrifices, Egyptian Motifs
- Domains: Law, Order, Light, Decay (formerly), Space, Ranks, Purity, Extremism
- Heralds: The Yliaster
- High Priests: The Royal Knights
- Followers: Yomotsu Hirasaka, Danzo, The Forever Knights, Jet
- Allies: Astral, Dartz, Eiki Shiki, Saiou "Sartorius" Takuma, Madoka Kaname, Oriko Mikuni, Two-Face (good side only), Hotaru
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Yuma, Tsukumo, Rei, Shingetsu, Shark
- Enemies: YHVH, Metatron, Lucifer, Homura Akemi and practically anyone from the Grand United Alliance of Chaos (except maybe Asura), Sora Shiun'in, Judai "Jaden" Yuki, Sho Marufuji, Yusei Fudo, Yubel, Bruno/Johnny, Aichi Sendou, Shobu Kirifuda, Koichi Kimura, the Trollkaiger, Light Yagami, The OTHER Eliphas, Lucemon, Havik
- Opposes: Chaos (naturally and obviously)
- Conflicting Opinions: The Incubators
- He was ascended to replace Altena under the request of Yuma Tsukumo and Eiki Shiki to be able to reform the GUAL. They actually had a good case for this, with Eliphas being from the Astral World, under threat from the attacks of the Barians. The Astral World and the Barian World were once one realm, but its inhabitants separated the two in an attempt to remove chaos from their world so that they could achieve Rank-Up. However, removing chaos has only led the Astral World to stagnate and decay, with its citizens falling prey to diseases and despair. In the aim of saving Astral World he was willing to allow the Human World to be destroyed, and would have Mind Raped his own herald Astral in further service of that goal if Yuma hadn't kicked his butt.
- After his ascension, he tried to ally himself with YHVH and the GUAL due to sharing the same wish for a perfect world. Many feared he would go back to do similar stuff in the Pantheon as he did in the Astral World but Eliphas has started to work with Eiki Shiki to turn back the GUAL into its former Pure Law glory instead of the corrupted variant they both found. Also, because hey, he does owe Yuma for saving the Astral World.
- Though he blames Lucifer and believes he was somehow responsible for this because in his mind, corruption=chaos and chaos=evil. Eiki had to metaphorically (and some say that even literally) pull his ear and scold him for this ridiculous leap in logic.
- He rarely exits neither the Astral World nor his temple unless it's a very extraordinary situation. He prefers sending his herald Astral if something needs to be done. Eiki Shiki thinks that this is for the better, as Eliphas' Lawful Evil/Neutral and Astral's Lawful Good balance each other and this is what the Yamaxanadu was what she was planning to do with YHVH.
- This has made Astral and Metatron acquaintances but Astral does think that he and his Master could be a lot less extreme. He gets along a little bit better with Mastema, but the Angel of Hostility can be an asshole half of the time.
- Has started to oppose the Grand United Alliance of Chaos. While he agrees that they are not as abominable as the Barian World influenced by Don Thousand, he still thinks that a pure world can only be attained by eliminating chaos. Lucifer replied to him that his wish of evolution is a Chaotic one in nature, and as nasty as Don Thousand was, Eliphas was/is deluding himself if he believed no one would complain at his tyranny. Or for that manner, that change could be achieved without the intervention of chaos.
- Though he doesn't seem like opposing Asura. Possibly because Yuma asked not to, or simply because he is smart enough to not even bother.
- He also respects a little the Hope Bringers in the Pantheon, especially Madoka Kaname for ascending and attempting to work with the Incubators (as much as that backfired) and Kouta Kazuraba for more-or-less and his devotion to ideals. (Then again, being beaten by an untransformed Hope Bringer would make anyone respect them...)
- However, Eliphas is deathly afraid of Flynn and avoids him like the plague after hearing what he did to Ancient of Days.
- Absolutely hates the Trollkaigers, as not only it was one like them that temporarily corrupted his herald, they have started to annoy him due to that defeat he had and since the one who defeated him is considered a moron, they say he's a moron by proxy. He has a No Trolls Allowed! poster outside his temple ever since and is planning to make the order on the House of Commerce the standard for the rest of the Pantheon. It's not hard for most of the deities to agree on this one.
- Does not know what to make of the Incubators. He thinks he would have employed them back in the bad days of his world so that they could have that decay and despair that was unnecessary for the Astral World, but now that his world was rewritten, he has no need for that. He does think that the Pantheon and Homura have been a bit too harsh on them as they were doing what they were doing for a good cause.
- Does not like Light Yagami. Eliphas thinks he could have been such a prospective chosen one for rank up and the cause of purity, but he has been too consumed by his ego to be that. Shame, as he said.
- Has been trying to snap Sartorius out of his brainwashing as the first step towards a perfect GUAL. It would be better if he was conscious while he preaches about the Light, as he believes it to be.
- He earned the ire of one Judai Yuki by doing this because he wanted to help his friend to be outside the influence of the Great Will. The feeling is mutual since he feels that the humanoid duelist's ability to have lucky draws that aren't a Shining Draw must be somehow related to the Chaos Barian Draws he despises so much.
- Yusei Fudo also hates him for being similar to Paradox, Yliaster/Aporia and Z-ONE. He simply shrugged this time.
- May YHVH have mercy on thy soul, because Eliphas will not have any if thou even suggest he could ever be... Chaotic! - Eliphas 13:13
- . ..Not that it helps since most of the Chaos Marines like to annoy him by quoting lines from the Chaos Lord Eliphas the Inheritor in front of him the few times he is around the Pantheon. To which he always responds by zapping those Chaotic fouls.
- Then they started to delegate this to Astral. Eliphas almost smote his herald before Yuma stopped him. He has ever since banned him from going anywhere near them anymore. Which technically speaking, he already banned him to... He simply was more lenient with him about that.
- While he hates Lucifer for being Chaos Incarnate, there's someone else he hates even more: Homura Akemi. Hates, hates, hates, hates, hates her. Hates her guts. Hates how "damned" (aka selfish and driven by desire) she is. Hates how she cheated her way into "rank up" by stealing the powers of a worthy ascended one.
- Doesn't like the Lord of Nightmares, however, nothing has really come out of it since he's not stupid enough to provoke her.
Bizarro, God of Oddball Doppelgangers
(B-0, Kent Clark, Not-Bizarro
- Greater God (Overdeity under a red sun)
- Emblem: An "S" shield flipped horizontally
- Alignment: Goodly Law, which is the Bizarro version of Lawful Good that ends up translating into Chaotic Evil or Chaotic Stupid due to the inverted reasoning and diminished intellects of Bizarros. Standard Neutral Good if his intelligence has been enhanced by Synthetic Kryptonite.
- Portfolio: Weirdo Counterparts, Superman's Powers In a Manchild's Body, Flip-Flopped Reasoning, Failed Attempt at an Evil Knockoff, Dangerous Superpowered Toddlers, Trying to be Superman and failing, Humanizing Element for his superior
- Domains: Power, Ambiguity, Ditziness
- High Priest: Fake Crash
- Followers: Homsar, Doodlebob
- BFFs: Lex Luthor (his creator), Mr Mxyzptlk (his "step-creator"), Delirium, Axe Cop, Frankenstein's Monster, Voldo, Leeroy Jenkins, Old Man Henderson, Jason Todd/Red Hood
- Just Friends with: The Joker(other "creator"), Sinestro
- Frenemies with: Superman, Lois Lane, Supergirl, Diana Prince/Wonder Woman
- Enemies: Varies depending on mood, but Darkseid, High Councillor Kal-El and Doomsday are constants.
- Annoys: Artemis
- Pities: Chin
- Bizarro was the result of a failed attempt to clone Superman. What Luthor thought of as a failed experiment(and before that just a means to and end) became, much to his and everyone's surprise, like a son to him. While Luthor tries to avoid being in public with him in order to not get embarrassed, you can see the two having a father-son picnic once in a while. Though technically a villain to Superman, his well-meaning but stupid nature makes him a Friendly Enemy instead. Clark Kent will sometimes even help him, even if it's just to keep him on Htrae so his "heroics" don't hurt anyone.
- Sometimes, Bizarro comes into being in another way. Back in the day, he was created using a faulty Duplicator Ray by Lex. Later, a cloning chamber, or sometimes another universe entirely. And on the one time, thanks to the Joker. The Joker has tried to use this in order to manipulate him, but he often gets annoyed by Bizarro's stupidity. There is a far more malignant incarnation of Bizarro in another universe called Brutaal, who masqueraded as Superman to cause terror. Bizarro has disowned this incarnation, and hates Darkseid for creating this "un-grave compliment to us Bizarros!"
- Feeling lonely, Bizarro made Bizarro World/Htrae with his bare hands, and populated it with Bizarro duplicates of Superman's family, friends and enemies. When a planet-sized monster came by and attempted to eat Htrae, Bizarro created his own Supergirl to help stop it. However, Bizarrogirl was just as loony as any her cousin and needed much coaxing from the original Supergirl to become a hero.
- Interestingly, one of Bizarro's fellow Bizarro Justice Leaguers was a Yellow Lantern before Sinestro even formed the Yellow/Sinestro Corps. Whenever his buddy is sick, Bizarro serves as his "deputy" for Sinestro.
- Bizarro was rather confused when he started reading TV Tropes and decided to make his own version. Under a red sun, he gained Bizarro vision and created TV Trope's Bizarro Universe: Tube Tropes. Though this scared a bunch of pantheon members at first, the fact their copies are like Bizarro calmed their nerves.
- On Bizarro World, there even exists Bizarro versions of the Cardinal Alignments(albeit at greatly reduced power as their influence is limited to the Bizarro Universe). Spacemos is Stupid Good, Natas the Valar is an Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain, Jahvayh is a nosy, tight-assed preacher and Lucy Fur is a rebellious teenager. Aside from Cosmos, the actual Cardinal Alignments are pissed off/really pissed off at these imitations. Some panicking resumed when Tube Tropes' base, Htrae, ended up invading the pantheon and spread a Bizarro Plague. They didn't get too far however, considering there were far more heroes and villains opposing him this time.
- On Htrae, Bizarro himself has an Oddball Doppelgänger in the form of Zibarro. While considered a loonie by Bizarro standards, he's the Only Sane Man to everyone else. The one normal-minded Bizarro in existence, Zibarro is distraught at being Surrounded by Idiots and wants to get off the planet. Sadly, he hasn't had much success entering the pantheon.
- Bizarro is great friends with Frankenstein's Monster; the two are both artificial monsters, who ended up being something their creator regretted.
- Yuuki Terumi attempted to troll Bizarro, which very quickly backfired because Bizarro couldn't "get" it. Eventually, Terumi got sick of trying and left him alone, at least until he can figure out how to get past his Blue-and-Orange Morality.
- Because of his...odd mindset, he gets along with Voldo and can be seen sparring with him. He also is one of the few who understands Delirium perfectly well, though a few things even he can't get.
- In his attempt to be a hero, Bizarro has teamed up with Axe Cop and Old Man Henderson. The Council of Cloudcukooland loves this, and can be seen making big bucks off of their adventures. So far, Bizarro is the only person in the entire pantheon who believes that Leeroy Jenkins is a brilliant tactician, in spite of Leeroy actually being more Chaotic Stupid than him.
- Rumors that he sometimes goes for strolls as "Not Bizarro" are not confirmed, though Lois will look awkwardly to the side when asked about it.
- Bizarro definitely didn't destroy the bizarro world, kill hundreds and then commit suicide. Bizarro considers this a very good joke as he doesn't want to hurt his "brothers", and doesn't really care about becoming some "perfect imperfect duplicate". Regardless, this gives many members of the GUAG pause to keep an eye on Bizarro to keep this from happening.
- Bizarro once took pity on the infamous character known as Chin, and allowed him to destroy Htrae's equivalent of China. Unfortunately for Chin, Htrae had its own Bizarro-equivalent of him, Nihc, who was the polar opposite of Chin in personality and powers—he is completely against violence, prejudice and genocide, and while he doesn't have Chin's destructive powers, he has Nigh-Invulnerability to make up for it and used this to defend his home. After a month long fight, Chin realized his attempts to destroy his counterpart were getting him nowhere, and he fled back to Earth in shame.
- Was very happy to be reunited with his good friend Red Hood, having previously been a member of his team, the Outlaws. Jason considers him one of the few "guy friends" he has outside of the Robins, and he genuinely enjoys hanging out with him and keeping him out of trouble. Bizarro's also been spotted visiting Wonder Woman, who reminds him somewhat of his other friend from the team, Artemis. She doesn't appreciate the attention as much as Red Hood does...
- Speaking of which, he's of course annoyed the actual namesake of his friend, the actual Greek goddess, Artemis. It takes forever to convince him that she's not the same person, and he often stumbles upon her while she's in the middle of hunting, which almost always results in him scaring off whatever her quarry happens to be. She's even gotten violent on him a couple of times when he did this, but unfortunately that only convinced him further that she is who he thinks she is, since the Artemis he knows is also a very violent person.
Reinforce Eins, The Goddess Who Wasn't Really Evil
(Eins, The Will of the Book of Darkness, Kurohane, The Tome of the Night Sky)
- Greater Goddess
- Symbol: The Tome of the Night Sky
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Wasn't really evil, Power Copying, All Your Powers Combined, Anti-Villain, being the most powerful character in her verse, Too Powerful to Live, Heroic Sacrifice, Dark Is Not Evil, Ridiculously Human Robots, The Juggernaut, Person of Mass Destruction being forced to destroy planets, when she didn't want to, using the most powerful magic in the universe
- Domains: Magic, Knowledge, Darkness
- Enemies: Relius Clover, Lucy, The Huckebein Family, Nero, King Ghidorah, The entire Grand United Alliance of Destruction.
- Ascended when she was revealed to be not so evil as one would have thought.
- Reinforce was once known as the Tome of the Night Sky, a magical tool meant to collect and store magical knowledge, and it was only when the defense program was corrupted was she called the Book of Darkness.
- When she was sealed away, she had no idea she would have ended up in the Pantheon. When she heard of her friends in the Pantheon, her smile was very warm.
- Reinforce is one of the few deities capable of stomping Nanoha. As such, members of the GUAE have been warned to withdraw from battle should she ever appear.
- Whatever you do, do not hurt any of Reinforce's allies, especially Zwei. You will get a Diabolic Emission in your face.
- Gets along with Takatora Kureshima, because like him they both weren't really evil.
- Likewise, she gets along with Lamia, reminding her of Signum.
- Often frequents the Houses of Knowledge and Magic to impart magical knowledge onto others.
- Does not like Relius Clover as his pursuit of "perfection" led him to inhumane methods. Not to mention the creation of the Huckebein Family...
- Is unnerved by the fact that Lucy sounds so similar to her.
- As she was forced to destroy planets against her will, she does not tolerate deities who revel in destruction. As this applies to the GUAD, she has made enemies with the entire Alliance.
- At one point she stumbled upon Reinforce Zwei's temple. At first, confusion was expressed who the other was, before they put two and two together. Afterward, they both are attempting to find out how both of them could exist at the same time. But not before getting to know each other first and making up. It looked similar to this◊.
Tezcatlipoca, God of Bad People Showing Kindness
(Smoking Mirror, The Mocker, Titlacauannote
, The Young Man, Necoc Yaotlnote
, Tloque Nahuaquepnote
, Yohualli Èhecatlnote
, Ome Acatlnote
, Ilhuicahua Tlalticpaquenote
- Greater God
- Symbol: His mirror/snake peg leg
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: Casting a Shadow, Trickster Archetype, Sinister, Yet Protected Slaves, Intimidating Epitaphs, Manipulative Bastard, Running Both Sides, Wild Card, Associated With Jaguars, Has a Mirror Or Snake Peg Leg, Disabled Deity, Cain and Abel, Everyone Calls Him Tezcatlipoca, Meaningful Name, Magnificent Bastard
- Domains: The Night Sky, Winds, Temptation, Sorcery, Earth, Obsidian, Change, Slaves, Jaguars
- Interests: The Evil Queen
- Interested in: The Alcohol sub-house
- Allies: Tzeentch, Set, Mr Mxyzptlk, Ratatoskr
- On good terms with: Slaves, Salem Saberhagen, The Magic Mirror, Al'Akir, Lucifer (SMT)
- Rivals: Quetzacoatl, John Constantine, Loki Laufeyson, Chernabog (friendly with John and Loki)
- Enemies: Quetzacoatl, The Slavers, anyone who abuses slaves, The Night's King, Apophis, The Dark Star, YHVH, Fused Zamasu, The Emperor of Mankind, Khorne, Osiris, Asdrubael Vect
- Wary of: Crocodilians like Feraligatr, Sobek and Ramon, Nox (Classical Mythology)
- On poor terms with: Taiga Fujimura
- The brother, rival and Arch-Enemy of the Feathered Serpent Quetzacoatl was Tezcatlipoca, god of the night sky and the bear constellation. Like many Aztec deities he supports Human Sacrifice, and the Smoking Mirror is known as a trickster who sets both sides against one another and causes general strife and discord. However he isn't totally evil; he has a soft spot for slaves, and will protect them from abuse. And as much as he hates Quetzacoatl, he teamed up with him to slay Cipactli and create the world from its corpse.
- Conspired to overthrow his brother, Tezcatlipoca tricked him into drinking a "medicine" that rejuvenates him until he continues to force him to drink the rest, after which Quetzalcoatl goes on a drunken spree of self-humiliation and allowed him to take over and introduce war and Human Sacrifice. He is interested in the Alcohol sub-house in order to trick other deities for his own purposes. He attempted to get John Constantine drunk, only to be Out-Gambitted and be humiliated himself. In spite of the humiliation he has a soft spot for the man due to how skilled a trickster and manipulator he is.
- He is a friend of Mr Mxyzptlk and Ratatoskr for being trickster figures, along with Loki. Loki and Tezcatlipoca are also fond of trying to one-up each other, however it done purely in a Friendly Rivalry fashion. Tezcatlipoca also has a fondness for the sarcastic tricky feline Salem. He may not be a jaguar, which is his sacred animal, but he's fond of him all the same.
- The Smoking Mirror does not remember his antics with Quetzacoatl turning her into a busty shotacon, but he laughs his ass off over it nonethless. He does acknowledge Taiga's Psuedo-Servant form as one of his naugul, but doesn't like her less than loyal personality in this form; she tried being Quetzacoatl's servant in his absence, and smuggled cacao from his territory. He suspects this is because her Psuedo-Servant form is also an Olemc werejaguar.
- He certainly doesn't recall being a doomsday weapon of the Old Gods, and would like to remind the JLA that while he does like stirring conflict for shits and giggles he is not a Mechanical Abomination seeking war to consume everything and everyone. One of the few times he and his brother will team up is to stop the wretched serpent Apophis' goals for universal destruction.
- Though known as the Enemy of Both Sides, he does not cause conflict just for the lulz; strife and discord are caused for the purpose of change. In that way he's a lot like Tzeentch, albiet more comprehensible. The rather anti-theistic Emperor of Mankind immediately recognized the similarities and considers him an enemy like the Ruinous Powers. Khorne also recognizes the similarities and his (extra) hatred of sorcery and trickery makes him rage even more than usual. As Tzeentch is a (un)witting agent of the status quo, it's unknown how long his alliance with Tezcatlipoca will last.
- Some may say that slavery is evil by default, and though Tezcatlipoca is not against the idea of slavery in itself he is very protective of slaves and ruthless against those who'd harm them. As far as he's concerned good slavers exist, and has pointed out Raphtalia and Filo are technically owned by Naofumi but he treats them as equals and is caring. Naofumi would prefer Tezcatlipoca not refer to him as a slaver.
- He would've gone to town on the Slavers had Frank Castle not gotten there first. The Punisher doesn't care about Necoc Yaotl, but is open for some of his suggestions on how to Pay Evil unto Evil towards human traffickers. He's thinking he should give them the Xipe Totec treatment. The Smoking Mirror is also aware that the Dark Elves use slaves, but so long as they don't act too cruel he won't try to end them. Asdrubael Vect and the Dark Elder, however? While most don't want to imagine how he's going to Kick the Son of a Bitch if he has the opportunity, Vect smirks that whatever it is, he has thought of and inflicted worse on those who definitely didn't deserve it.
- Either has a snake or a mirror for his lost leg. He lost it fighting Cipactli. He's often associated with mirrors, which interests the Evil Queen and gives him some kinship with the Magic Mirror. Being associated with obsidian makes him walking, talking kryptonite as far as the White Walkers are concerned, and the Night's King openly fears the Smoking Mirror. Tezcatlipoca's association with vulcanism proves further problematic for the Night's King desiring a never-ending winter.
- Tezcatlipoca has a sore spot for crocodilian deities. Nothing personal, but his experience with the crocodile-based Cipactli sours him on them. Sobek doesn't care much for the tricky Aztec god as he's a neutral figure who finds his manipulation of humans rather gauche and Tezcatlipoca a chaotic figure who's a spanner in the works of the Egyptian pantheon. He does respect the god's protective, fatherly nature towards slaves as Sobek is just as protective towards his own men.
- Like most literal deities, Tezcatlipoca has contempt towards YHVH. He may use Human Sacrifice and spread discord but he respects free will. YHVH regards all other deities as competition to be stamped out as they would deny worship from Him. He doesn't get why he was listed as Dark-Law, and when it comes to Law vs Chaos he is more likely to side with Lucifer and his freedom. Tezcaptlipoca, like virtually everyone, also has contempt for Zamasu. Zamasu thinks he abuses his responsibility as a god, which is rich coming from him.
- Tezcatlipoca is a god of hurricanes, and given his chaotic neutral alignment finds himself getting along with Al'Akir. He is also a god of the night sky and the night winds. He regards Chernabog as a rival for supremacy during the night, however doesn't outright oppose him. Instead he opposes the Dark Star, who would assimilate the darkness and destroy absolutely everything if given the chance. Despite his reputation for conflict and mischief the Smoking Mirror refuses to challenge Nox like he may Chernabog, as he stands no chance against a Protogenoi. However he does respect her role as The Sacred Darkness.
- Surprising some is that Tezcatlipoca is a god of beauty. Tezcatlipoca also is actually a title, however he prefers to go by it. He would like to tell the Soul Eater residents that he is not a teddy bear-looking Death Scythe and that he is not supporting one of Green Arrow's enemies.
- He and Set weren't the most obvious of allies, however they came to find they have more than a few things in common; antagonistic brothers who are seeking to usurp their brother, and have a reputation of being chaotic. Tezcatlipoca sees in Set a deity unfairly demonized, and was quick to point out to Osiris that he was not that good a guy in the original myths; originally he raped Set's wife Nephthys, instead of being raped by her in a Bed Trick. Set and Tezcatlipoca work in unison to once and for all defeat their brothers.
Egil, God of Well-Intentioned Antagonism
(Leader of Mechonis, Aegir
- Intermediate God, Greater God, bordering on Overdeitiy as the Soul of The Mechonis
- Symbol: His Mechon Unit Yaldabaoth
- Theme Song: Tragic Decision
- Alignment: Lawful Neutral, seen as Lawful Evil, formerly Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Misery Combined With Power, Hatred For Zanza, Vengeance For His People Despite Being Against Their Wishes, Believes In Zanza's True Nature, Fallen Hero, Possessing Similarities to Shulk
- Domains: Revenge, Sorrow, Mechanus
- Allies: Shulk, Steven Armstrong, Klaus Wulfenbach, Oriko Mikuni
- Enemies: ZANZA, All Jerkass Gods
- Opposes: Metal Face, Sundowner
- Many gods have seen similarities between him and Shulk, due to how their homes were destroyed and how they sought to destroy their enemies for the sake of revenge. As such, the two have gone on good terms ever since.
- Sees a common ground with Senator Armstrong, which helped the latter's cause.
- However, one of Armstrong's men, Sundowner, reminds him too much like Metal Face, which even he can hardly stand. And with the Mechon ascended, he tries to keep him in check.
- Is very rarely seen without his mechon, Yaldabaoth. Even then, he is still a capable fighter on his own, though he had the Apocrypha Generator's help.
- While he claims that Yaldabaoth is the strongest Mechon ever built (Admittedly, replacing Meyneth as the soul of the Mechonis is an impressive feat.) He has not commented on the Ancient Daedala, which was ''33'' levels higher than it, though Chuggaaconroy tried to justify it as a secret, but uncontrollable weapon if his plan failed.
- Gets real tired of being called a half-onion.
Kuvira, Goddess of Villains With Valid Arguments
(The Great Uniter)
- Intermediate Goddess
- Symbol: The Earth Empire insignia
- Alignment: Lawful Evil, maybe Lawful Neutral now
- Portfolio: Exceptional Earth- and Metalbender, Iron Lady of War, Utopia Justifies the Means, Ambiguously Evil and Virtuous Anti-Villain, The Generalissimo, Sees Teammates as Tools But is Otherwise Polite So Long as She is Not Questioned, The Chessmaster, Combat Pragmatist, Consummate Liar and Professional, Crazy-Prepared Control Freak, Well-Intentioned Extremist, Forgot Her Original Goal Only to Remember in the End, Drunk with Power, Proud and Temperamental, Long-Range Fighter, Travels On a Maglev, Will Chain Dissenters to Railways, Skilled in Metal Strangle, Sour Outside, Sad Inside, Parental Abandonment, Break the Haughty, Life Owed to Korra, Surrenders After Defeat
- Domains: Earth, Metal, Order
- Allies: Satsuki Kiryuin
- Enemies: Zaheer, Amon, the House of Plants, Hero Killer Stain (former holder), High Councilor Kal-El/Regime Superman, Ahtal-Ka, Hilda
- Respects: Avatar Korra
- Opposed by: Asami Sato, Tenzin, Lin Beifong, Bolin, Mako, Varrick, Toph Beifong, Katara, Zuko, Greed, Olivier Armstrong, Maes Hughes, Princess Zelda, most in the Hall of Nature Preservers and the House of Plants
- Opposes: Ozai, Ragyo Kiryuin
- Coming from the wake of losing the Earth Queen to the Red Lotus, the chaos that ensued in the Earth Kingdom required order to return. With the Avatar in recovery and later missing, someone had to pick up the slack. However, the replacement king-to-be was unfit to rule given his privileged life (and even he realized that), and Suyin Beifong, the only leader in a position to fix this chaos, had refused to provide any aid, not even supplies. That's where Kuvira came in. Dejected at Suyin's refusal to help, and resolved to not let the feeling of abandonment affect the Earth Kingdom as it did her, she left Suyin's city of Zaofu behind, picked up the slack, and became the Kingdom's temporary leader, only to then reform and unite it as a militaristic force of authoritarian purity known as the Earth Empire.
- After a harrowing fight against bandits, dissidents within her ranks, the resistance of Zaofu as well as Republic City, and finally against the Avatar herself and her friends, Kuvira and her forces were eventually defeated, and Korra managed to convince her to surrender.
- As for how she was ascended to the Pantheon, someone in the Grand United Alliance of Law decided they could use someone like her and hope to turn her to their side once more, so they set a course for her to ride in on her really cool maglev. Fortunately, Eiki Shiki managed to get to the former commander as soon as she could and brought her into the Magistrate Judges. She also sent word to Korra about Kuvira's arrival.
- Upon meeting with the Avatar again, as well as being told of what goes on in the Pantheon, Kuvira asserts that she still plans on atoning for the crimes she's done and hopes to do that by helping Eiki Shiki's faction; YHVH's agenda definitely does not have the interests of the masses in mind, which was why she became the Great Uniter in the first place.
- One of the few allies she's genuinely made in the Pantheon was Satsuki Kiryuin, who also was a military-style dictator who did try to save the world but in the wrong way. That said, Satsuki did hold to some morals despite that, unlike Kuvira who lost sight of what was right. Kuvira has pledged to assist Satsuki in keeping Ragyo from having her way in the Pantheon.
- Knows full well that not everyone else would be as forgiving of her being here as Korra, especially Lin (for betraying Suyin; Greed and Olivier both agree on this part), Asami (for killing her father), and Varrick (for forcing him to make that spirit vine cannon). She'd also rather not face Toph, especially since she's her younger self here (but still with the experiences of her 'present' self).
- Is a pariah in the Houses of Nature and Plants, due to her use of spirit vines to power her heavy weaponry. Most of the more extremist members of the house (such as Battra) actively marked her as an enemy and vowed to bring her down.
- The metal in her uniform isn't just fashionable, she also uses them as binders, anti-dissenter tools, and even wristblades. She is a Metalbender, after all, and very good at it. If there's metal on your uniform, she will use it against you in ways such as tossing you around like a ragdoll or tying you down in dangerous situations. If you don't have any, she'll take strips of her own metal, latch it onto you, and do the same thing anyway.
- Has drawn the interest of many mecha pilots, as while hers isn't impressive compared to theirs, the fact that she managed to create one at all in her setting is a commendable feat in and of itself. It's also made of platinum to prevent metalbenders from affecting it, though other metal manipulators like Magneto and Pyrrha aren't subject to that workaround as their powers exclusively affect metal.
- Speaking of mechas, Kuvira's bending would serve as a hard counter for Ahtal-Ka's mech. It's gigantic and capable of fighting entire armies, sure, but is ultimately made out of stone and metal. As such, she's one of the people out there trying to keep it from causing trouble.
- Re-education camps are a sore reminder of what she had once been, and has denounced those means.
- Other villains (such as Giovanni) have approached Kuvira with the intent of bringing her to their side, but she turned them down, not wanting to go down the path of darkness once more.
- Hilda might be well-liked by her subordinates just like her, but she doesn't have the best intentions in mind, and this makes her feel dedicated to stop her both to redeem herself and so that Hilda won't have her way.
- When Kuvira embarks on a project, she will have both a best-laid plan and a contingency safeguard for that best-laid plan. Case and point, that 25-story-tall platinum mecha? Was the backup plan to carry and fire shots from a giant spirit energy cannon in case she needed the cannon in place sooner than she planned to get it there by railway. Her proficiency in combat and authoritative presence are one thing. That she's able to plan on top of her plans makes her even scarier. As a good man who's served armies he had to discover were led by evil manipulators in two different lifetimes, Maes Hughes is keenly watching out for anything out of the ordinary with her to make sure it doesn't lead to another empire march.
- Like her, Ozai tried to conquer the world in the name of his own cause. Unlike her, Ozai's cause was simply "the strong should rule the world and the head of the Fire Nation is the strongest of all" and he's still an unrepentant believer in this idea even following his defeat. Furthermore, Ozai was cruel and repressive even to his own family, mirroring a far worse variant of what she and her husband had perceived the latter's situation to be. Even prior to her repentance she would despise such a ruler.
Takatora Kureshima/Kamen Rider Zangetsu (Shin)
Takatora Kureshima, God of Token Good Teammates
(Kamen Rider Zangetsu, Armored Rider Zangetsu, New Generation Rider Zangetsu Shin
, The White Armored Rider, Kamen Rider Gridon II)
Kamen Rider Zangetsu
Kamen Rider Zangetsu Shin
- Intermediate God, Greater God in Kachidoki Arms
- Symbol: The Zangetsu symbol, the Yggdrasil Corporation Logo, and his two Melon Lockseeds
- Alignment: Lawful Neutral at first, revealed to be Lawful Good all along
- Portfolio: Token Good Teammates, Showing One's True Personalities, Big Brother Instinct, Badasses in Cool Suits, Corporate Samurais, Every Scar Has a Story, Those Who Revealed to be Truly Good, Relying on Evil People, Being the Last New Generation Rider on Earth
- Domains: Law, Authority, Good
- Superior: Gen Urobuchi
- Allies: All Ascended Toku Heroes (especially Mitsuzane Kureshima (his brother - former enemy), Kouta Kazuraba and Shiro Kanzaki), Kiritsugu Emiya, Dean Ambrose, Roman Reigns, Aila Jyrkiäinen, Zhang Xingcai, Setsuna Higashi, Elizabeth Mably, Reinforce Eins, Nana, Princess Peach (long story), Shino Asada, Akane Tsunemori, Shinya Kogami
- Enemies: Those who want to mess with him, SHOCKER, YHVH, Lucifer, Ryoma Sengoku, Shogo Makishima, BROKEN Matt Hardy
- Responsible for revealing the Awful Truth to Kouta about Yuya's final fate, said fate involves turning into an Inves and then killed off by accident.
- Attempted to tell his brother Mitsuzane to reveal the truth about the Helheim Forest, not knowing that Micchy's on the dark side. That is... until The Shield knocked some sense into him.
- Has a disdain for both YHVH and Lucifer... ironically, he's of the same Lawful spectrum as the former.
- He's the man-crush of Oren Pierre Alfonzo, whom he saves his life in the Helheim Forest incident after fighting with several Inves. Oren pretty much thanked him for that.
Vayne Carudas Solidor
Vayne Carudas Solidor, God of Evil Virtues
(The Emperor of the Archadian Empire, The Dynast King, Vayne Novus, The Undying)
- Intermediate God (Greater God as The Undying)
- Symbol: His Sky Fortress, "The Bahamut"
- Theme Songs: Theme of the Empire, Battle for Freedom
- Alignment: Lawful Neutral
- Portfolio: Affably Evil, Anti-Villain, Authority Equals Asskicking, Bare-Fisted Monk, The Chessmaster, The Conqueror, Cultured Badass, His Sephira swords, Kung-Fu Wizard, Nay-Theist, Utopia Justifies the Means
- Domains: Virtues, Conquering, Speeches, Fighting, Freedom, Kingship
- Allies: Gaius Van Baelsar, Funny Valentine, Corypheus, Nikolai Bulygin, The Illusive Man, Golbez, Victor Von Doom, Mateus Palamecia, CLU, Solidus Snake, Cao Cao
- Rivals: Shao Kahn, Alexander The Great, Garland
- Enemies: Ashe Dalmasca, Gabranth, Balthier, Penelo, Squall Leonhart, Artorias, Lightning, Hawke, Odin, YHVH, Sora, Gilgamesh, Arturia Pendragon, Ashe
- Seeks to overthrow the Main House and give himself the Title of "Dynast King". At first it seemed to be a purely villainous goal and he has not denied it. But he has upheld his own virtues of Honor, Love and Determination to be able to do what he believes to be the right thing to do to free the Pantheon from "The Tyranny of The Gods".
- Tried to win people over to his side with a speech similar to this one. So far it seems that his Enemies had to go out of their way to convince others that he was villainous.
- He has shown a large distaste for YHVH, his angels, and anyone similar to him, because his goal is, in his words:
"The Pantheon will know a new Dynast King, and Man will keep his own history! The tyranny of the Gods is ended! We shall be their puppets no more! The freedom for which we have longed is at hand!
- Though on the same token he does not wish to join any of the other alliances as to him "Good" is limiting, "Evil" just for the sake of it is worthless and "Chaos" is not what he is after.
- He has allied with Valentine and Bulygin though he has tried to convince them to break away from The Great Will, time will tell what becomes of it.
- Has shown hatred for those that opposed him in his Realm and has since plotted for their destruction.
Your lives are forfeit, and your insurgence along with them. This Pantheon will again know order. For good and all, I shall put your futile attempts at rebellion to an end.
- While he and Gilgamesh have similar goals in mind, he believes that the so-called King of Heroes has failed to serve his people well and sees him as a petulant child throwing his toys around when he has a tantrum.
- Has allied with The Illusive Man and Solidus Snake as he agrees that only Humanity should be in charge of its own Freedom and Destiny.
- His temple has been relocated at his Sky Fortress and with the help of his allies he can now become "The Undying" at Will there. It provides him with the power to destroy those that would dare to invade.
- Despite his hatred for most Gods, he has treated those that honestly want to help humanity with Respect after his dealing with Venat. Though it will not stop his attempt to conquer their realms, he attempts to have them come to his side first rather than be flat out hostile.
- Due to both sharing the same name and he not seeing her as able to do what is necessary he has shown dislike for Ashe.
"Such a woman is not fit to bear the burden of Rule. Weep for Freljord if you defy my Reign, for She will be lost."
- Shares similar sentiments for Arturia Pendragon. He often questions her ability to deal with Her Subjects, if she dealt with them as he would then her tragedies would not have befallen her. When questioned on this he gave one response.
"What am I to do with those who would oppose me...but show them death?"
- Vayne has been seen in the cross-dimension created by Shinryu. He's a bit behind on the struggle between Cosmos and Chaos, as well as Materia and Spiritus, but he will make good use of his time there.
Zaheer, God of Enlightened Antagonists
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: Guru Laghima's locket
- Theme Song: Theme of the Red Lotus
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, but can lean towards Chaotic Evil
- Portfolio: Empowered Badass Normal, Ascended Acolyte, Warrior Poet, Villainous Friendship, Enlightened Antagonist, Airbending, Unholy Matrimony, Attempts To Bring Freedom Created A Dictatorship, The Unfettered, Flight, Advocator of Anarchy
- Domains: Air, Flight, Chaos, Freedom, Void
- Heralds: Ghazan, Ming Hua, his beloved P'Li, and the rest of the Red Lotus
- Allies: Lucifer, Xenagos
- Enemies: Kuvira, Korra, Aang, Asami Sato, Mako, Bolin, Katara, Sokka, Zuko, Toph, The Joker, Rei Shingetsu, most of the House of Royalty, all authority figures, The Grand United Alliance of Evil, The Grand United Alliance of Law, The Grand United Alliance of Machines
- Respects: Lucifer
- Uncertain Relationship with: V
- Avoids: Asura, Mithra, Vegeta
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: The Grand United Alliance of Good (when needed against the GUAE or the GUAL)
- The Order of the White Lotus is an ancient philosophical society in the World of Avatar, consisting of world-traveled masters seeking beauty and truth beyond the boundaries set by the four nations. Originally its existence was generally shrouded in secrecy; however, following the end of the Hundred Year War, they began to act out in the open as supporters of Avatar Aang's efforts to broker peace between the war-torn nations. This ran afoul of certain members, who felt that the organization had been subverted into acting as the Avatar's enforcers, leading to the creation of the antigovernment absolutist splinter faction known as the Red Lotus Society.
- Zaheer became a member of the Red Lotus, eventually creating a powerful terror cell within the organization who would carry out its goals of either converting or killing Avatar Korra, with hopes of destabilizing the world's governmental structures, ushering in anarchy, and opening the links between the physical realm and the Spirit World. Their first attempt saw them all get arrested and locked away in separate prisons designed to disable their abilities so they had no hope to escape. However, thanks to the Harmonic Convergence in 171 AG, Zaheer gained Airbending powers; this enabled him to escape, free his comrades, and try again. Still, as deadly a threat as they posed, Zaheer would be caught and incarcerated, and his teammates all killed; however, his group did terrible damage in the process which culminated in creating the exact opposite of the conditions the Red Lotus hoped to achieve.
- After being ascended to the Pantheon and meeting Lucifer, Zaheer signed the entire Red Lotus up with the GUAC. None of them protested.
- Avoids Asura, due to the multi-armed god finding similarities between Zaheer's attempt to kidnap Korra, and what the Seven Deities did to his daughter Mithra. He also avoids Mithra herself, for that matter, taking no chances of incurring Asura's wrath.
- Has an odd relationship with V, due to their differing beliefs on anarchy, with Zaheer wanting to completely tear down order and leaders forever, and V simply wishing to destroy and replace the established order with something better.
- Informed upon his ascension by Katara that she would shove his poison down his throat if he ever tried to go after Korra again, or especially Aang for that matter.
- The chaos caused by his group's murder of the Earth Queen saw one woman from Zaofu resolve to restore order and save her kingdom no matter what the cost, and his poisoning of Korra during their battle rendered her unable to do anything to stop or temper Kuvira's ambitions. The two share a hall and are both antagonists of Korra's team, but they are in no way fond of each other. Zaheer has been deeply ashamed of his role in bringing about the rise of the dictator of the Earth Empire, and Kuvira despises him for putting her country into the tailspin which she had to act to solve and ultimately driving her down the road to darkness.
- While Aang was originally delighted that another Airbender ascended to the Pantheon, upon being informed of his actions by Korra, he now has a heavy dislike of Zaheer due to his trying to kill Korra, disgracing the culture and beliefs of the Air Nomads, and threatening the reborn Air Nation and his family.
- Upon meeting the Joker, he was disgusted by his claims to be an "agent of chaos," and has been attempting ever since to remove him from the Pantheon.
- Is aware that his path to understanding and realizing the teachings of Guru Laghima, and in particular the conclusion of abandoning all attachments to the point of chaos being his only principle, have earned him the disgust of Prince Vegeta IV. This is another would-be enemy Zaheer knows he can't take and has instructed his Red Lotus heralds to avoid like the plague.
Leonard Snart/Captain Cold
Leonard Snart, God of Villains With Standards
(Captain Cold, Mr. Freeze
, Robber of ATMs
- Lesser God
- Symbol: His Cold Gun (his Weapon of Choice); alternatively, his alternate self's emblem from Injustice 2
- Theme Song: Captain Cold
- Alignment: Lawful Evil, sometimes Lawful Neutral
- Portfolio: Even Evil Has Standards, Ice Themed Characters, A Father to His Men, Deadpan Snarkers, Refuses Killing the Innocent, Breaking His Frozen Enemies Into Pieces if They Mock Him, Anti Villains, Noble Demons, Wielding a Cold Gun, Doesn't Really Like His Given Name, Forbids His Fellow Rogues to Consume Drugs
- Domains: Villainy, Crime, Ice, Technology, Morality, Rules
- Heralds: The rest of the Rogues
- Allies: Lex Luthor, Doctor Doom, Ecliptor, Mister Freeze, Lambadelta, Kazuya Mishima
- Enemies: Barry Allen/The Flash, Clark Kent/Superman, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Diana of Themyscira/Wonder Woman, Sonic the Hedgehog, Rainbow Dash, Cygnus Hyoga, Sub-Zero, Jin Kisaragi
- Headbutting Villains With: Red Skull (naturally), Joker (he's an Omnicidal Maniac, and Cold has rules), Mori Motonari (for leading soldiers to their deaths), Basco ta Jolokia (For killing children and backstabbing everyone), Yuuki Terumi, Relius Clover, Eobard Thawne/Professor Zoom
- Worthy Opponent: CM Punk
- Enemy Mine With: Erik Leshnerr/Magneto
- Respected by: Queen Elsa
- The Friendlier Arch-Enemy in the Rogues Gallery of Barry Allen, Leonard Snart was a small time crook who invented a molecular slowing gun to help with committing crimes. When the scarlet speedster kept foiling him, he decided to form a group called, yes, The Rogues, to better survive.
- While all crooks and criminals, Snart decided to set some ground rules of respect and honor for the crew: "No Rogue inherits a title while one of them's still alive, and just getting the gear won't be an automatic entrance. Stay focused on the heist above all else. Try not kill unless absolutely necessary, and no drugs." While much of this is Pragmatic Villainy to keep the group from attracting too much attention, this code eventually got him a seat in the pantheon as villainous God with a standard.
- He was formerly a Demigod until the events of New 52, where he leveled up to a Lesser God by recurring to the method of transferring the properties of his Cold Gun into his own body, becoming a Metahuman in process.
- After the events of Forever Evil, Snart lost his Metagene, and as a result, grabs back his ever reliable Cold Gun.
- He also antagonizes the rest of the speedsters and the superhero community in the Pantheon, usually when he's got something to steal or gain from it. Although he's not out to be public enemy number one, he does enjoy playing the supervillain and appreciates the challenge of getting past heroes trying to stop him, so long as it's not more than two at a time.
- Gained enmity of both Basco and Motonari due to their inhumane methods of killing children (Basco) and mistreating comrades that doesn't fit to his standards (Motonari).
- On the other hand, he doesn't want to team up with both Red Skull (for being a Nazi) and The Joker (a very sadistic yet funny murderer).
- Generally likes to stay away from schemes to Take Over the World for the same reason as his main Rogues code: going for the big prize tends to attract way too much attention. However, he will on occasion join bigger groups for more personal reasons.
- While not as well known as his Gotham counterpart, Cold has the upper hand when it comes to everything else, especially his freezing powers. Mr. Freeze is aware of this, and tries his best not to antagonize him.
Melvin "Big Smoke" Harris
Melvin Harris, God of Sympathetic Villain Deaths
(Big Smoke, El Grando Smokio)
- Symbol: His hat
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (Dipped into Neutral Evil when he sided with C.R.A.S.H.)
- Portfolio: Affably Evil, Ambition Is Evil, Big Eater, Big Fun, FaceHeel Turn, Fat Bastard, Flunky Boss, Unwitting Pawn, Walking Spoiler
- Domains: Loyalty, Betrayal, Drugs, Fame, Money, Food
- Allies: Tommy Vercetti, Those who fell into ambition
- Enemies: The House of Justice, Franklin Clinton, Trevor Phillips, Niko Bellic, Dimitri Rascalov
- On good terms: The House of Religion and Faith
- Complicated Relationships: Carl Johnson
- Melvin Harris, also known as Big Smoke, was once the right hand man of Sweet Johnson and a loyal member of the Grove Street Families. However, Smoke later was corrupted by the ambition of being powerful and famous and decided to side with the corrupt cops of C.R.A.S.H. and organized the death of the mother of his best friends. However, even after he got what he wanted, he was struck down by CJ and realized that everything he did was become he became addicted to power and died saying that everyone was going to remember his name. His friend CJ regrets killing him but it was something that had to be done.
- The House of Justice has kept a close eye on Big Smoke after his rise of power in the crack empire. However, since his mortal his influence has died down overtime and he might not even try to regain his power back.
- CJ was confused when he saw his old buddy Smoke around the pantheon and actually confronted him. He hasn't forgotten that he was the one that betrayed him but Smoke actually regrets his actions. However, they decided to cut ties and never speak again.
- Big Smoke ascension didn't sit well with a few other deities from his home franchise. Franklin found Smoke having too many similarities with Stretch, the man who constantly set up his friend Lamar and Trevor doesn't like him because of how he betrayed his friends (He doesn't take betrayal lightly). Niko Bellic is also another one who doesn't like Smoke, given his backstabbing actions reminds him a lot of Dimitri Rascalov.
- On the other hand, Tommy Vercetti is open to make negotiations with Smoke, provided he becomes one of his henchmen in the drug business. Smoke is considering the offer, but doesn't want to fall into the same trap as before.
- He is not welcome in the House of Friendship given his betrayal. Big Smoke agrees this is a fair punishment.
- He doesn't have the best relationships with the Russian Mafiya, mostly because he had a few run-ins with the Los Santos Russian mafia and even tasked his friends CJ in getting rid of a few members for him. Dimitri Rascalov, notorious russian snake, has had Big Smoke in his sights for a while.
- Smoke can be often found in the House of Food, not surprising given his love for eating. He often makes a particular order every time he goes.
- It is adviced to never enter his temple without his permission. He has become very paranoid ever since his mortal death and since he no longer has the Ballas protection, you'll be surprised at what he is going to do to you.
- People have asked him about following the damn train. He still blames CJ for those countless failures.
- It's not unlikely to see Smoke in the House of Travel chasing trains.
- Apparently, he is a devout Christian, so he sometimes visits the House of Religion and Faith. That said, he can believe that he became a god after death, so he figured that he must be right that people would remember his name.
- "Respect has to be earned, Sweet. Just like money."
- Can also be found in the House of Life and Death, in the Hall of Death Archetypes.
The Amoeba Boys, Godly Trio of Villainous Misdemeanors
(Bossman, Junior and Slim, The Most Pathetic Criminals Ever to Walk Townsville)
L-R: Slim, Bossman, Junior
- Symbol: A stolen orange
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (desperately trying to be Chaotic Evil)
- Portfolio: Harmless Villain, Giant Protozoans, Poke the Poodle, Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain, Dumb Criminals, The Dividual, Goldfish Poop Gang, Only Ever Causing Serious Trouble By Accident, Terrible Trio
- Domains: Microbes, "Criminals", Incompetence
- High Priest: Garland (Corneria version)
- Followers: Mara, Bowler Hat Guy, Doctor Hix
- Allies: Silico, Bizarro, Murkrow, Doctor Drakken, Jack Spicer, Team Rocket, The Professor
- Enemies: Are you kidding? No-one is concerned about them, except maybe germaphobes, Osmosis Jones (even then, he's a Friendly Enemy) and Gangplank
- Admire: Vito Corleone
- Opposed by: The GUAE, HIM, Mojo Jojo
- Pitied by: The Powerpuff Girls and Professor Utonium
- Unwitting Pawns to: Nurgle, Pestilence and Typhus
- Banned from: The House Of Technology
- The City of Townsville is home to numerous villains, who had the town at their mercy before the Powerpuff Girls arrived. There's the unspeakable evil of HIM, the mastermind Mojo Jojo, the violent hick Fuzzy Lumpkins...and then there are these three. The Amoeba Boys, Bossman, Junior and Slim are possibly the most pathetic villains in Townsville. Dreadful in their villainy, it was perhaps an act of pity that got them into the Pantheon.
- Originally followers of Reuniclus, as they were giant microbes like him. However, Reuniclus felt bad for them and petitioned their ascension. They can sometimes be seen hanging out with the Multiplying Pokemon.
- The problem they face in being villains is mainly that they have an incredibly low bar set for acts of evil. Rather than steal something valuable, they seem content on doing misdemeanors likes stealing oranges and walking on grass. To their credit, when they set their mind to something they'll do it; they once underwent mitosis and stole every orange in town, unintentionally causing scurvy. Because of their orange theft, they actually made a legitimate enemy in Gangplank.
- Mojo Jojo and HIM could be heard groaning upon learning the Amoeba Boys ascended. Interestingly, when their plan to destroy the Powerpuff Girls was lost, these three managed to rescue the plan and trick the girls into getting it to work, thinking it was a scavenger hunt.
- They Almost immediately tried to join the Grand United Alliance of Evil. The majority reaction of the members was to laugh, kill them for stupidity, facepalm and in Melkor's case all three. Still, they were able to make friends with Doctor Drakken, Jack Spicer, and Team Rocket, mainly because they're almost as pathetic as the Amoeba Boys. They tried to prove their meddle to the GUAE by making voodoo dolls of Cosmos, YHVH and Lucifer, but since they don't know anything about voodoo, they ended up being normal dolls instead, and if that weren't embarrassing enough, they screwed up the mailing order by giving them to the rival leaders.
- They seem to be fans of Vito Corleone, stylizing themselves on old-timey gangsters. Vito doesn't even know they exist, and probably wouldn't care if he did. They also know about Murkrow, and try to help in their thieving.
- One of the few places where they can actually feel like a villain is in Bizarro World, which they were introduced to by — who else? — Bizarro. This world is a backward place with weird "heroes" and soft "supervillains". In this world, they're finally treated as the villains they see themselves as, and are eternally grateful to Bizarro for this chance.
- Sometimes, completely by accident, they cause trouble. One time, back in the mortal world, when they sat on grass they weren't supposed to in the rain, they got sick and ended up spreading an epidemic. They didn't comprehend the full extent of this and wanted a cure as well, but it resulted in a plague covering the city and almost completely incapacitating the girls. Nurgle, Pestilence, and Typhus were intrigued by this and are planning on using them as minions without their knowledge. The Plague Knight has shown some interest in them as well.
- Because of this incident, they proved an actual problem for Osmosis Jones. Of course, considering it was a complete accident, Ozzy doesn't hold it much against them.
- That being said, there was one documented time where the Amoeba Boys were actually very competent. It was when a man came up to them by the name of Silico and managed to get them to infect the world-wide-web because that would really annoy the Powerpuff girls, where they did a surprisingly decent job, if only because they were a distraction for Silico's real plan. This ended up with them getting banned from the House of Technology as a safety precaution. Of course, they were ecstatic to tell everyone about this feat, being more excited about the idea of being treated as actual villains to the point they they are banned because of their actions.
The Professor (Felix the Cat)
The Professor, God of Pitiful Villains
(Professor Nutmeg, Professor Besserwisser
- Symbol: His Eyebrows and Mustache
- Theme Song: "It's Not Easy Being Mean"
- Alignment: Stupid Evil
- Portfolio: Not-Quite-Main Villain, Extremely Unlucky, Genuine Fondness for his Prodigy Nephew, 0-1 Victory Streak, Harmless Villain, Mostly Commits Petty Crimes
- Domains: Toontown, Mad Science, Selfishness
- Heralds : Poindexter, Rock Bottom
- Followers: The Toiletnator, The Condiment King, Stilt-Man
- Allies: Dr. Eggman, Dr. Wily, Bowser, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, Team Rocket, Nostalgia Critic (one sided on the Professor's part), Wile E. Coyote, Mega Man X and Zero (albeit reluctantly), Ebeneezer Scrooge (who he considers one of his heroes), The Grinch, Sheldon J. Plankton, The Amoeba Boys, Robbie Rotten
- Rivals: The Brain, Doctor Doom, Mojo Jojo, Dr. Nefarious, Scrooge McDuck, Professor Utonium
- Enemies: Felix the Cat, Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Oswald The Lucky Rabbit, Sonic the Hedgehog, Mega Man, Dr. Light, Mary Poppins, The Mane Six, Princess Celestia and Luna, The Doctor, Harry Potter, Sigma, Gate, Dr. Weil, Judge Doom, Omega, Freddy Krueger, The Dursleys, Dolores Umbridge, AM, Robot Santa Claus, Mother Brain, Scar, Count Dooku and the C.I.S.
- Non-Ascended: The Master Cylinder
- Pities: Johnny Turbo, Fred
- Pitied By: Lex Luthor, Glass Joe
- Opposes: The Houses of Magic and Justice, the GUAM
- Conflicting Opinion on: Dr. Wily on whether robots should have anything beyond basic A.I., especially considering what happens in the future of the latter's world because of it, and also because of one instance of the Professor's own machines abruptly turning on him. Eggman likewise sides with him thanks to an incident he had with one of his own robots betraying him.
- What defines Professor Nutmeg more than anything else is just how pitiful, ineffective and pathetic of a villain he is. He has never once earned a true victory over his enemies, and the world he lives in seems to have it in for him and will go out of its way to screw him over. Despite his intellect and resources, he has the temperament and ego of a petulant five year old and is prone to serious lapses in common sense and judgement that Felix frequently takes advantage of, and he'll be defeated as often by his own hand as he will from Felix's.
- The Professor is believed to be stuck with a perpetual streak of bad luck inflicted on him by Felix the Cat, hence his 0-1 victory streak against him. Felix himself insists that the curse was placed on him by a cult of evil (or at least jerk-ish) corporate executives.
- While the Professor is by and large a pitiful personality due to his endless conga line of failures, those close to him know that there is a very, very good reason why you should never allow him to get within even a hair-breadth of victory—the normally composed the Professor will relish the opportunity so much, that the uglier, more sadistic side of his personality will rear its ugly head and his desire to make his foes or victims suffer will not only drive him into becoming a legitimate threat, but will also supersede any other goal, as Felix the Cat discovered the hard way on one occasion.
- Despite having an acrimonious relationship with the House of Magic, the Professor is eager to exploit its potential in spite of being a scientist, and he is in constant search of magical artifacts to heighten him to the status of a true villain. Initially, he sought to just claim Felix's Magic Bag of Tricks for himself, but as he discovered the wide multiverse, he broadened his options to try and find other forms of magic to exploit, especially once Dreamworks began to store the bag in the Treasury, which he is barred access to.
- The Professor idolizes Ebeneezer Scrooge due to their once-mutual contempt for Christmas and anything associated with it, and even after a life-changing experience made Scrooge undergo a face-about attitude towards the holiday, he has nothing but utmost respect for him. Ironically, he envies Scrooge McDuck's incredible wealth, but ultimately respects him as a person due to his good relationship with his nephews. The Professor likewise respects Donald Duck for the same reason as McDuck, and also due to him being just as unlucky as he is.
- Due to his close relationship with his nephew Poindexter, any form of child mistreatment (beyond harmless pranks) is a big Berserk Button to him. When he heard about Scar's treatment of his own nephew as part of his plan to conquer the Pridelands, the Professor immediately lost his composure and attempted to fight him despite clearly being no match for the lion in combat. And despite his dislike of The Boy Who Lived, he has no respect at all for the Dursley family due to their appalling treatment of their nephew (although he eventually let up on Dudley due to him learning to treat Harry better). And he absolutely despises Dolores Umbridge for her unbridled sadism and cruelty towards Harry and the students of Hogwarts.
- The Professor's age is unknown, but he seems to be showing signs of reaching senility due to his aforementioned childish nature and frequent lapses in judgement and common sense. To say nothing of the fact that he'll forget his rivalry with Felix at the drop of a hat if his nephew needs babysitting.
- Has been visited by several DreamWorks deities. Felix the Cat himself was pleased to discover that his friendly enemy had ascended into the Pantheon, but the feeling is not mutual on the Professor's part, who is envious of his longtime foe managing to ascend before him. It's not a good idea to bring up the subject within earshot of the scientist.
- The Professor is often used as the butt of a joke in sections of the Pantheon, and finding out just how outclassed he is by so many other villains has only driven the Professor's resolve to seek power further.
- The Professor has been lifelong friends with Dr. Ivo Robotnik, and is rumored to have helped fund some of his more ambitious experiments. Despite this, the Professor refuses to team up with him due to realizing he's out of his element when it comes to dealing with an insectivore who can reach mach 7 speeds, while still being unable to capture a housecat and his trinket; Eggman likewise refuses to help him defeat Felix due to understanding that it's impossible for him to exploit the Magic Bag of Tricks and not wanting to have yet another powerful animal adversary to deal with. The Professor is believed to be a poker buddy with Dr. Albert Wily as well, and even outsourced materials to help him build more robots despite their disagreements about robot A.I. He has a seething hatred for Sigma due to his xenophobia towards humans, but he despises Dr. Weil even more so; while the Professor isn't in favor of robots with human-level A.I., he is even less in favor of Weil's racist genocide and sadistic cruelty. He eventually formed a reluctant alliance with Mega Man X and Zero (the latter after the Professor tried and failed to harness the power of the Dark Elf in a misguided attempt to destroy Weil, and was saved from it by Zero with the help of Felix) since they're the only ones around who can defeat Sigma and Weil. He has a special contempt for Robot Santa Claus, not only because the mere thought of Christmas brings back unpleasant childhood memories, but because he has absolutely no tolerance for Robot Santa's extremist form of justice.
- Due to a mix-up, the Professor was once accidentally sent to Arkham Asylum instead of a lower level prison for his crimes, which was an experience so thoroughly unpleasant that it traumatized him and gives him nightmares to this very day, and further soured his relationship with the House of Justice. However, he was eventually able to build a rocket out of spare parts and escape on it.
- He once took up a bet with Swiper the Fox that he could defeat Dora the Explorer, and lost. Despite this, Swiper still follows and respects him as a superior villain, if just because he admires the Professor's undying resolve and knows that unlike him, he can't be foiled by someone just telling him to stop (unless your name is Sergeant Mike Cosgrove).
- He also attempted to steal Mary Poppin's magical bag once, but had as much luck with it as he does with stealing Felix's own bag. He likewise tried to hijack the Doctor's TARDIS to study it and improve his own Time Machine from the notes he would take, but both were sent packing by a flock of Weeping Angels.
- He once visited Neo Arcadia and, upon discovering the devastation Dr. Weil wrought upon it, made a misguided effort to try and find the Dark Elf for himself so he could overpower the deity (if just to take over Neo Arcadia for himself as a self-proclaimed hero, although undoubtedly even he would have made a better ruler than Weil) and potentially overcome Felix and his Bag of Tricks as a bonus. Zero got word of his actions and attempted to intercept him with the help of Felix the Cat. Unfortunately, the Professor succeeded in finding the Dark Elf first and refused to listen to Zero's warnings about the Dark Elf's effects. The subsequent merger resulted in transforming the Professor into an insane robotic abomination. Despite getting considerably more powerful in this form, he was still no match for the combined efforts of Zero and Felix the Cat, who defeated him and returned him to normal, while the Dark Elf fled the scene. The Professor reluctantly formed an alliance with Zero after the fact once he found out he was built by Dr. Wily and was also capable of defeating Dr. Weil.
- He once attempted to form an alliance with Count Dooku and the C.I.S. in a shrewd attempt to elevate his villain credentials, hoping to win his favor by exchanging the Magic Bag of Tricks (which Dooku was intrigued by and hoped to exploit with the Force to further expand his army) for millions of credits. Unfortunately, the deal quickly turned sour when the Professor found out Republic Credits were worthless in Earth money. Infuriated with Dooku's scam, he briefly formed a Power Trio with Eggman and Wily, and led a Roaring Rampage of Revenge with an army of their robots to fight through the C.I.S. droid army and retrieve the Bag. While Wily and Eggman's forces were quickly overwhelmed by the superior numbers and firepower of the C.I.S. droids, the Professor successfully reclaimed the Bag in the crossfire. Unfortunately, the trio ended up having an argument over who got to keep the bag (the Professor felt entitled to it since it was the reason he spearheaded the operation in the first place, but Eggman and Wily wanted to sell the bag on the black market to alleviate the cost of the heavy losses of their robots in the battle)—which was quickly stolen by Boba Fett while they weren't looking. Infuriated that their efforts were all for nothing, Wily and Eggman swore off any future team ups with the Professor. The Professor later discovered that Felix had hired Fett to trail the Professor and track down his bag for him, who safely returned it for an undisclosed fee. The Professor promptly waterboarded himself in his lab to relieve his subsequent meltdown.
- Should not be confused with Professor Utonium, who is far more benevolent in personality.
- He was impressed with the Nostalgia Critic's takedown of Felix's movie debut and even attempted to form a partnership with him, but the Critic turned down his offer.