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A hall that contains most of the Pantheon's aquatic beasts. It acts as the connecting point to House of Nature via their Hall of Water and Moisture.

It consists of a giant body of water and a large beach for those who can walk on land. Those who can't travel out of the water can use special channels that connect to other parts of the pantheon.

While it should be obvious, it should be noted that this place should not be treated as the pantheon's own private beach. Most of its inhabitants would most likely attack. Like Bruce.

The members of this hall respect the Spectral Toad.

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    Duke Fishron 
Duke Fishron, God of Flying Sea Creatures
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: A Truffle Worm
  • Theme Song: Duke Fishron Theme
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Originates as an April Fool’s joke, Bullfight Boss, Mutant Mix-and-Match Critters, Lightning Bruiser, The Juggernaut by nature and will never flinch, Flunky Boss, Bubble Gun, By the Lights of Their Eyes, Teleport Spam
  • Domains: Pigs, Dragons, Sea Monsters, Flight, Typhoons
  • Rivals: Lagiacrus, Rathalos and Rathian, Valstrax, Gyaos
  • Enemies: SpongeBob SquarePants, Sandy Cheeks, The Worms, Fin Shepard
  • Opposed by/Opposes: The Monster Hunters, Scarface
  • Feared by: Padak, The Master, Squidward
  • Intrigues: The Octonauts, The House of Science
  • The world of Terraria is home to many an oddity in nature. Able to be caught in the icy caverns deep below the surface in its lonely waters are Fishrons — Peculiar creatures that are part pig, part dragon, and part fish. And found in said caverns tainted by either the Corruption, the Crimson, or the Hallow are Pigrons — Rotund pig-dragon hybrids that are surprisingly elusive with their invisibility and intangibility to solid objects. Standing above them is the mutant terror of the sea, the one and only Duke Fishron. A boss summonable late in hardmode, it is quite the fearsome beast that should not be fought on a whim.
  • Once, it was thought to have been a myth spread by certain Pantheon goers. Such a bizarre being wouldn’t be too out of place within the Pantheon, yet no-one throughout the various Houses has ever seen it nor was any documented proof been published. Thus, a certain anonymous group of deities took it upon themselves to prove its existence for the sake of knowledge and/or fame. Others wanted to join in because they were curious on what it would taste like. Regardless, these brave men and women would undertake a treacherous journey into the Pantheon’s underground to retrieve its favorite food: The Truffle Worm.
    • After that was finished, they soon set off to the nearest ocean to bait and prepared to play the waiting game… at least until it immediately snagged the worm and emerged from the sea. Good news: It really exists. Bad news: It really exists. Not to fear, though, the expedition team made it out safely. Actually, no, they were all hideously slaughtered and their mangled body parts were found all across the Hall of Water and Moisture. Since then, Duke Fishron has been seen roaming the Pantheon’s various oceanic bodies.
  • Duke Fishron’s main ability is to soar across the air and skies and the Duke mainly puts it to good use by charging straight at its opponents with its large mass. It’s way faster than it looks, you see. Other than that it can also fire explosive bubbles and summon deadly storms in the form of Sharknadoes that fire off Sharkrons, its offspring, at rapid succession. When getting desperate, Duke Fishron becomes faster and its attacks even deadlier with its Sharknadoes becoming the bigger Cthulhunados. And when pushed into a corner it will darken its surroundings with a dark, blue fog as it turns invisible in a bid to try and rip apart its opponent. By then, only the glow if its eyes give it away though such a tell is a brief respite as the Duke won’t stop teleporting. For an easy experience, only fight it on its turf that is the ocean. However, if one wishes to fight outside an environment here’s a pro tip: Don’t. Just, don’t. You will make it very, very mad and you won’t like it when you make it very, very mad as you will find out too late and you will soon be very, very dead. Progression wise, it is usually fought after the Mechanical Bosses. You know, the giant robot monsters that are meant to replace Cthulhu's organs?
  • When the Duke gets out of hand the Monster Hunters and Scarface are often called to take care of it, earning its ire. When looking at their respective resumes as hunters Duke Fishron isn’t that weird of a being compared to previous experiences. But it is still very strong and as such still undergo the necessary preparations to make it out of the hunt.
  • While Duke Fishron does not really go around picking fights despite constantly patrolling the seas it does still garner quite the reputation. Among its fellow sea-folk it has set off the Lagiacrus and the two frequently fight over territory, although Duke Fishron’s reigns supreme in many of its confrontations thanks to its mobility advantage. Padak and the Master were both left scared and utterly confused that such a creature like Duke Fishron even exists in the Pantheon. Squidward was more-so terrified than the both of them given previous experiences involving camping out and getting attacked by a Sea Bear and a Sea Rhinoceros. That, and he was also attacked by the dear Duke and found out too late the precautions with his “anti-Sea Bear circle” didn’t apply (or he drew an oval instead, that’s pretty critical too). Surprisingly, he did survive the initial mauling by the green dragon fish. And the next one a second later. And the one after that. And th- okay, you get the point. Eventually, SpongeBob and Sandy managed to bail him out of that and lure it somewhere else but has since dreaded meeting the Duke again.
    • Having experience in aiding various marine life the Octonauts find Duke Fishron to be really, really bizarre. A rare sentiment, we know. Yet they also the beast intriguing and have aspirations in observing it from a distance. The House of Science shares this view with them, for good or for ill depends on who you ask, and have periodically sent out their own teams. Usually when Duke Fishron is already preoccupied fighting its opponents.
  • Outside of the seas, Fishron has also duked (heh) it out with the Rathalos and Rathian in control of the skies. Even with their combined might, however, the Duke proved to be just too agile in his element. Its bouts against Valstrax prove to be more evenly matched, though they only faught in the first place thanks to Valstrax crashing into the dear Duke and nearly OHKOing it on impact. Other than them, it also tends to bully the Gyaos out its territory whenever it gets the chance and only Super, Hyper, and/or Power Gyaos being of meaningful threat to it.
  • Has a particular craving for Truffle Worms found only in underground Mushroom biomes. Maybe the reason why it's so antsy is because it hasn't had its fill of Truffle Worms? In any case, on rare occasions it actually ventures out of the waters to actually find such critters. This caused it to encounter the Worms and in one of their battles with each other did they end up firing upon Duke Fishron. This enraged Duke Fishron, who hunted them down without quarter. The other House gods eventually kicked it out but it left a lasting impression on them.
  • Considering that it literally summons Sharknadoes on the fly (heh) Duke Fishron has earned the eternal enmity of Fin Shepard. Fin, you see, has quite the experience dealing with such catastrophes and naturally doesn’t appreciate someone like Duke Fishron who can create them at will and stands ready to oppose it. Good thing too, because at one point in its rampages it actually created a ronnado — a tornado with Fishrons, Pigrons, and Sharkrons. Yes, it is as stupid as it sounds, but stupid drives the world and its peoples, no? Anyways, Fin and a couple other gods put the nail in the coffin regarding that whole mess and the two have been at each other's throats since then. You could say it's like Captain Ahab versus Moby Dick all over again.

Rahab, Unholy Progenitor of Sea Monsters (Dagon, Poseidon, Gigantopithecus Thalassa Cyclops)
Rahab's "true" form
"Dagon" / "Poseidon" form 
Final form 
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: Rahab's hand with five of the Seven Great Monsters at the fingertips
  • Theme Song: Dagon and Rahab for Rahab. Boss Theme for his Heralds.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil bordering on Chaotic.
  • Portfolio: Gigantic Terror of the Sea, Created five of the Seven Great Monsters of the Seven Seas in response to humanity's treatment of the oceans (or so he claims), Physical God of the Ocean, The last and most powerful of the Seven Great Monsters, Must be defeated in three phases before dying for good, Has a single red eye, Gains three eyes in "Final Form", Wields a huge, magic trident
  • Domains: Sea Monsters, Ocean, Legends, Terrors
  • Heralds: Leviathan, Ahuizotl, Karkinos, and Midgardsorm
  • Allies: Kraken, Scylla and Charybdis, Shen Gaoren and its associates, Bruce, Spinosaurus, Jörmungandr, SCP-169, Tamatoa, Lagiacrus and Ceadeus, Deep Sea King, Octogeddon, Orm the Ocean Master, Dracula (Castelvania), The Gill-Man
  • Rival: Kyogre
  • Enemies: Arthur Curry/Aquaman, The Monster Hunters, Pokémon Hunter J, The God-Emperor of Mankind, King Triton, Namor, Moby-Dick, Monstro, The Orca, All benevolent oceanic Pokemon (especially Lugia), Captain Ahab, Captain Nemo, Moana, Davos Seaworth, Franky, Dimitri L. Lousteau, ABZU Diver, The Cyclops, Popeye, The House of Piracy, Raziel, The SCP Foundation, Captain Planet and the Planeteers, Hexxus, pretty much every single human deity (excepting those that defend the oceans)
  • Disappointed with: Ika Musume
  • Feared by: The Inklings and Octolings, Spongebob and friends
  • Tolerated by: Kain
  • Born from chaos itself, Rahab is the guardian of the Seven Seas who fell into a deep slumber for millennia, awaiting for a time when "vanity and sea meet". And one day, that time came in the form of humanity, who disgraced the oceans by killing sea creatures wantonly, poisoning the waters with cities, and acting as if they owned the world. Enraged by mankind's arrogance, Rahab created powerful storms across the Seven Seas and conjured five massive, hostile creatures that would come to be known as "The Great Monsters" to humble humanity. Since then, the ocean became a place of horror as ships and harbors across the globe would get attacked by the Great Monsters, all humans within the waters getting ravaged by the behemoths. And even those who survive the Great Monsters themselves would fall victim to the lesser sea monsters or to carnivorous marine life that had been made hyper-aggressive to humans. In an effort to make the Seven Seas safe to travel again, huge bounties had been placed on what became known as the Seven Great Monsters in the hopes that hunters across the world would seek out those terrors and either capture them or kill them. As fate would have it, two hunters by the name of Torel and Chris would accomplish exactly that, braving each of the Seven Seas and defeating the Seven Great Monsters, including Rahab himself. Before he perished, Rahab told the two humans his story and then proclaimed that "all shall return to chaos".
  • Rahab made his entrance into the Pantheon by rising from the sea floor of the Hall of Aquatic Life. The sea deity didn't know how or why but he could sense an overabundance of humans in all the waters. And so, just as he did before, Rahab manifested typhoons and maelstroms in all of the Pantheon's bodies of water, revived the Great Monstersnote , and took control of all sea life to let them loose on all the humans. What was a normal, peaceful day in the Pantheon's seas and lakes turned to a nightmare as ships found themselves wrecked if not outright swallowed whole by massive beasts of the deep, and every human deity so much as treading the water surfaces got swarmed by all sorts of marine life. Fortunately, this oceanic horror would soon be quelled by the intervention of the many heroes of the Pantheon, most especially Aquaman; whose unique power to communicate with sea life enabled him to snap the marine life out of their unnatural bloodlust. However, the Great Monsters and their lessers were resistant to Arthur's ability, and with Rahab undeterred by this setback, the seas of the Pantheon became a much more dangerous place.
  • After getting acquainted with the Pantheon and how it works, Rahab immediately brought his domain of Panthalassa, the "Sea of Evil", and the massive underwater temple that he dwelled within into the Pantheon to act as his, well, temple. And just as in his world of origin, Rahab conjured up the lesser sea monsters: Kerberos (three sharks), Umi-Bozu (giant octopus), Black Dragon (giant marine iguana), and Vritra & Kaliya (two oarfishes), to guard his domain once more. The presence of those monsters combined with Panthalassa being a very deep and dark sea makes very few deities dare to intrude in Rahab's temple, so as to not become fish food. Afterwards he brough four of the Great Monsters of his seas as his heralds: Leviathan, Ahuizotl, Karkinos, and Midgardsorm. As before, Rahab sent each of them to oversee the four biggest bodies of water in the Pantheon and rid them of any humans, while allowing them the freedom to do as they please. For Karkinos, that would be snacking on any whales he can get his claws on. This being the Pantheon, those four Great Monsters haven't accrued as many casualties as they did in their native world. But Leviathan, Ahuizotl, Karkinos, and Midgardsorm have nonetheless gained a fearsome reputation by all seafaring deities and earned bounties for their capture or deaths.
    • Rahab tried to summon Kraken and Charybdis to be his heralds as well but found that his attempts for those two would only fail. Rahab soon learned that both Kraken and Charybdis are already in the Pantheon as deities of their own, and immediately the cycloptic god met with the two sea monsters in their respective temples. Kraken and Charybdis were delighted to see their old master again and Rahab was beyond proud of the two for managing to ascend into the Pantheon before even he. Though Rahab was really confused with Charybdis' primary form, resembling a tiny human girl in a royal dress with an elongated maw taking the place of one of her arms, as opposed to the giant anglerfish he created. And likewise, Rahab noticed that the lesser sea monster of Charybdis' domain, Scylla, is also a fancily dressed human girl with wolf heads for legs instead of a giant squid. The duo explained that they have incarnations in other universes and the human girl forms are what they appear as in the Battleground of the Gods, which is their most famous incarnation for the time being. Rahab was not sure how to feel about this, preferring Charybdis and Scylla did not take the form of the humans he so despises but ultimately let it slide since they are equals to him now and are still the punisher of humans who trespass in the seas.
      • It should be noted that unlike Kraken, Leviathan, Charybdis, Ahuizotl, and Karkinos, Midgardsorm is not a creation of Rahab's; the colossal worm having existed independently of Rahab and was devouring humans before the sea deity even woke from his slumber. Despite not being one of his "children", Rahab was more than pleased with Midgardsorm and happily accepts the worm as a herald. And Midgardsorm, in turn, is satisfied with working under Rahab so long he can eat to his heart's content.
  • Like many gods, Rahab has appeared under different forms. When Chris and Torel first encountered Rahab, he appeared as a giant human with fangs and pointy ears. However, in the parchments depicting Rahab's story, he was consistently illustrated to be a cyclops with a massive horn on his head. Rahab would go on to state that how he appears in the illustrations is his true form and he took on the "giant human" form to combat the two hunters, knowing that his single eye would be a glaring weakness those humans would've exploited. Once pushed to the brink, though, Rahab's true eye returns as a third eye, and the sea deity transforms into what can be best described as a demonic merman with an eel tail. Rahab in this state is at his most deranged and powerful, and it has been advised for non-Greater Gods and above to get out of the water immediately whenever Rahab is in this form.
  • Rahab naturally took an interest in the many terrifying behemoths of the waters of the Pantheon and sought them out as allies: Bruce, and the Spinosaurus being the first of such creatures. Though apathetic at best to Rahab's protectionism of the seas, they'll take any opportunity to feast on humans en mass. Also even if they aren't inherently malicious, Rahab gained the favor of Shen Gaoren and his associates, as well as Lagiacrus and Ceadeus, since they are fellow sea monsters who met their ends from oceanic monster hunters, and formed a defensive partnership with Rahab and his heralds to that end. Rahab is also very eager for SCP-169 to awaken from its slumber, confident that he can sway it to his side and use its immense size to destroy any and all humans that dare enter the seas. The SCP Foundation considers this a very stupid idea and Rahab a fool for thinking he can control it. They are currently working to contain the many sea monsters Rahab has brought with him.
    • Rahab also found a very powerful ally in Octogeddon, a massive mutated octopus who can travel on land and morph its tentacles into the heads/appendages of other creatures (provided it gathers their DNA first), which enabled Octogeddon to lay waste to humanity's armies and destroy their beloved monuments. And indeed, Octogeddon did not hesitate to partner with Rahab as they too are enraged by mankind for their many transgressions. Much to Rahab's disappointment, however, Octogeddon only attacks humans in retaliation for any offense towards octopus kind, preferring to lounge in its home watching television otherwise. And even then, Octogeddon focuses on destroying man's great wonders as opposed to destroying man itself. Rahab has been trying to convince Octogeddon to be a lot more proactive and target humans especially in his rampages.
    • Very disappointed in Ika Musume. Very disappointed. In terms of her motives she would've been a good acolyte as she seeks to invade the surface world in retaliation for mankind's pollution. However, she is nothing short of an Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain who doesn't take her role seriously. As far as Rahab is concerned, she is "a slightly more capable answer to Zim". He is more fond of the Gill-Man even if he has no active desire for conquest, musing that he is a kindred spirit and "cute in his own way".
  • Rahab had attempted to recruit Moby Dick, Monstro, and the Orca as allies as well, having heard about their man-eating ways with the first two being especially famous. At first, the three whales were interested in an alliance with Rahab as they agree with him on mankind's evils and desire to punish them, with the bonus of getting good meals out of partnering with the sea god. But when the whale trio saw Karkinos snacking on a baby whale, they immediately rejected any sort of alliance with Rahab and declared him and his heralds as enemies, killing and eating as many of Rahab's minions to drive that point home. Rahab was greatly disappointed to have lost the support of such great and powerful oceanic beasts, but he's not going to deny one of his loyal creations of their favorite food for Moby Dick, Monstro, and the Orca. After all, there are plenty of monsters in the sea to recruit.
  • Soon after the failed recruitment of the man-eating cetaceans, Rahab was approached by the ruler of the Seafolk, Deep Sea King, who had heard about the ocean god's desire to end mankind and wanted to join the cause. After Deep Sea King explained his background and abilities, specifically how he can travel on land and gain a massive boost of power in the rain (enough to rival if not exceed himself), Rahab was all too quick to accept Deep Sea King and his Seafolk as allies. Tamatoa cared far more about collecting shiny things and keeping them, however he was still quick to become allies with Rahab since he loves the taste of humans and thinks an alliance with the ocean demon and his creations would help Tamatoa get revenge on Maui for taking his leg. Certainly helped that Rahab and his ilk possess many chests of treasures they gained from trespassing cargo ships, and Rahab was more than willing to give those riches to Tamatoa in exchange for his aid.
  • Rahab thought he would find another potential ally in King Triton, having heard about the sea king's hatred for humanity. But King Triton had long since become more accepting of humans thanks to his daughter, Ariel, and instead considers Rahab an enemy, thinking the ocean god as an even worse version of his past self. Rahab was severely angered by King Triton's changed views on mankind and warned the Sea King that his newfound kindness to humanity will become his downfall. King Triton was not swayed by Rahab's words, of course, and has since begun working with other deities in combatting the sea demon's monsters throughout the Pantheon's waters. In retaliation, Rahab began plotting to kill King Triton and to especially make Ariel pay for what he deems treachery to all ocean life.
  • Poseidon and Dagon have an interesting perspective on Rahab. They aren't exactly fond of him using their names without permission, and see him as a rival who postures too much. However that's not to say they don't like him. Rahab considers the former's cavorting with humans perverted, but sees there's a lot for him to like with both; Dagon is a patron lord and god of the Deep Ones, and Poseidon is really fond of the sea monsters he creates. Poseidon has admitted that sometimes he finds himself agreeing with Rahab about humans, though he admits to being a rather mercurial deity and wouldn't exactly be reliable in Rahab's crusade. Still, the three get along when they're not warring over territory. His feuds over territory with Kyogre are considerably more vicious.
  • When Rahab first learned that multiple worlds connected to the Pantheon contained ocean-dwelling humans, often called 'Atlanteans', the sea cyclops was beyond furious with their existence: viewing Atlanteans and the like as his worst fears come true. But as he looked into these "sea humans" more, Rahab's wrath calmed as he realized that Atlanteans and their equivalents are not much different from himself; caring deeply for the oceans they live in and live in harmony with all sea life, and many fervently protecting their waters from their land-swelling counterparts that are much more harmful to the seas. As Rahab reconsidered his stance on the ocean humans, he was approached by one of such men: Orm the Ocean Master, an Atlantean from the DC Universe. As per his title, Orm cares deeply for the ocean of his world and despises surface humans for their many transgressions against his seas. So when Rahab first arose from the Pantheon's seas and sicced his monsters on the humans in the waters, Orm immediately took an interest in the God of Sea Monsters and offered an alliance to purge all surface-dwellers from the oceans. Seeing truth in Orm's desire to defend the seas from "land humans", Rahab accepted his offer and allowed both him and other likeminded Atlanteans into his temple of Panthalassa.
  • Ironically though, Rahab has developed a near-Arch-Enemy relationship with Orm's half-brother, Arthur Curry, better known as Aquaman, who represents Humanoid Merfolk within the Pantheon. For as much as Aquaman defends the oceans of his world and cares for all sea life, Arthur is also an avid protector of land-dwelling humans in his world and permits them into the seas, being half surface-dweller himself. That latter part alone makes Rahab hate Aquaman's guts, especially since this 'half land human' is deemed "King of the Seas" by his world. But Arthur Curry's power to communicate/control all ocean life makes Rahab want Aquaman dead since said power greatly limits the cyclops' ability to keep humans out of the waters, as he can't reliably send swarms of bloodlusted marine life at them (as demonstrated with Rahab's initial attack in the Pantheon's seas). The antagonism is very mutual on Aquaman's part as while he understands Rahab's hatred of humanity for the harm they cause to the oceans, he believes there are better ways to protect the seas than to attack humans in gruesome fashions. Aquaman also thinks that Rahab's method of defending the oceans from human activity actually does more damage to the very seas he wants to protect, as the storms, sea monsters, and bloodlusted marine life are more unnatural than anything humanity could do, and the sea monsters especially cause all sorts of damage to their designated bodies of water, such as Karkinos eating the local whales into extinction.
  • Second only to Aquaman in Rahab's shitlist are the Monster Hunters, since a duo of ocean hunters are what killed him and his sea monsters in his original world. Humans killing ocean life wantonly was also one of many things that spurred Rahab to try and exterminate mankind, and the Monster Hunters are devoted to killing all sorts of life, both land and sea. Given that the Monster Hunters regularly kill monsters that border on god-like, if not are gods, Rahab takes extreme precaution with them and urges his heralds and other sea monsters to group up whenever those hunters enter their waters, figuring that sheer numbers will overwhelm them. The Monster Hunters, of course, welcome Rahab and his sea monsters as great new challenges whose bounties they look forward to collecting.
  • Rahab has been called out for his hypocrisy in that many of his sea monsters cause damage to the environment, yet this is the very thing that he condemns mankind for. Either he doesn't think sea creatures should have to be held to as high a standard, or he is merely a unpleasant deity who uses the pretext of environmentalism as justification for simply hating humanity for invading his territory. After all, it doesn't seem like he has known about humans for all that much time. Captain Planet and the Planeteers are quick to point out his BS and fight him over his hypocritical actions. That being said, Rahab actually respects them for being environmentally conscious, and holds no contempt towards them (mainly Captain Planet). At the very least, this shows he believes his own propaganda.
  • The Emperor of Mankind is another major enemy due to his "humanity-first" views, and the heavily polluted, ocean-less Holy Terra basically being Rahab's greatest fears of the future and what mankind will do. Both parties are equally ready to point each other's hypocrisy. If anything good can be said by the Imperium about the Sea Monster, it's that Rahab has no interest in Chaos due to seeing it as almost as destructive to sea life as mankind. And in truth, the force of the Chaos Gods makes him quite wary. As, at this point it goes without saying Rahab despises Hexxus for being a gleeful pollution elemental. On another note, he has a rapport with the Dracula from Castlevania due to their shared hatred of humans, and connections to Chaos. Also, there's a Rahab that works under Dracula, so there's that.
  • Mused "If I had a drachma for every vampire I know of associated with my namesake, I would have two drachmas. A pittance, to be sure, but how odd that it happened twice". This was in reference to Kain, who has a Rahab loyal to him. Said Rahab can withstand the effects of water is that he is weaker to sunlight than his other vampires brothers and as a fish monster with a tail he can't walk on land anymore, and it has its own clan called the Rahabim. Raziel opposes Rahab's desire to kill any humans within the waters and has had a bad experience with the other Rahab. Meanwhile Kain runs a human-enslaving empire with large bodies of water being the one safe haven for humankind...that said he tolerates him for the most part as said bodies of water are the only places he can't enslave humanity, so if the sea monster serves as a deterrent for humans to flee he's fine with that. Rahab is also confused by the variety of beings claiming to be the Primordial Chaos such as Chaos (Sailor Moon), since he claims to have "emerged from chaos". He's not exactly fond of said Chaos for being an Omnicidal Maniac though; he seeks to destroy humanity, not everything.
  • Rahab is no fan of humans "masquerading" as great monsters, like the Cyclops diver, since he finds it "insulting". Though he easily crushed the diver, it also inspired fear within the residents of Bikini Bottom as he was a far greater and mightier beast than they had ever seen. Rahab doesn't seek to be The Dreaded among their kind as they are fellow sea life, but given his nature and powers he might as well be a vengeful god to them. He is also a figure of great fear by the Inklings and Octolings, as a great and terrible god. Personally the Sea Monster is proud to see those originally from the sea take over and dominate the land as well so he restrains from being hostile in their timeline, unless they should provoke him somehow. He is also no fan of whalers like Captain Ahab and pirates, as they keep hunting or bothering his precious sea monsters.
  • "All shall return to chaos."

Intermediate Gods

Cloyster, Goddess of Bivalves (The Bivalve Pokémon, Parshen)
  • Intermediate Goddess; Greater Goddess when Dynamaxing
  • Symbol: Her head
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Ability: Skill Link
  • Gender: Female
  • Moveset: Iron Defense, Icicle Spear, Hydro Pump, Shell Smash
    • Z-Move: Hydro-Vortex
  • Portfolio: Clam Trap, Mighty Glacier, Water Type That Became An Ice Type As Well, Super-Toughness, Trap Master, Pre-Evolution Can Form A Bond With Slowpoke, Really Low Special Defense, Perplexing Pearl Production
  • Domains: Water and Ice, Bivalves, Defenses, Clamping, Spikes
  • Interests: The Houses of Knowledge and Science
  • Allies: Ash Ketchum, SpongeBob SquarePants, Qwilfish, Shuckle, Nibbler, Arthur Curry, King Triton, Ariel
  • On good terms with: Archie (main universe)
  • Enemies: Team Rainbow Rocket, Pokémon Hunter J, Mara, Daimyo Hermitaur, Mr Krabs, Smaug
  • Opposes: The Hall of Electricity, the Hall of Piracy
  • Fears: Yoshikage Kira, Solf J Kimblee
  • On poor terms with: The Hall of Explosives
  • Commonality Connection with: The Venom Symbiote
  • Cloyster is the evolution of Shellder through the Water Stone. A Water/Ice bivalve, it usually only opens its shell to attack its opponents. Cloyster does this by clamping down hard on them with Clamp, or attacking them with its horn. No-one has truly seen the full extent of the creature within the shell, and with its incredible physical defense this is unlikely to change for only a handful of Pokémon can boast a higher base defense stat than 180. Just don't tell it about its special defense.
  • Cloyster did not enter the pantheon as she was. Rather, she started as a Shellder that Greed fished up while looking for clams with pearls. He had the luck of finding one with the Big Pearl; a 5% chance. Greed became interested in Shellder's evolution for her defensive powers, and after training her evolved her with a Water Stone. He then requested that Cloyster could become his partner, as their defensive abilities and other powers would compliment each other. The pantheon eventually agreed if Cloyster was put under the trope of Clam Trap.
  • Cloyster's pre-evolution is known for occasionally latching onto Slowpoke, triggering evolution; if it latches onto a Slowpoke tail, they will evolve it into the upright Slowbro. If it latches onto a Slowpoke's head, they will evolve it into the super-intelligent Slowking. Shellder's venom boosts the creature's intelligence, and the Hall of Toxicity is trying to figure out how the hell that works instead of making Slowpoke even stupider. This symbiosis relationship intrigues the Venom symbiote, as it can see Cloyster's pre-evolution has a symbiote dynamic like itself.
  • How tough is Cloyster's physical defense? It's described as harder than diamond and bombs can't even crack it. The spike is even tougher and can survive a missile launch. This has not stopped some of the more "eager" explosive experts from trying to break through the Bivalve Pokémon's shell, which deeply annoys Cloyster. However she only fears the explosives of Yoshikage Kira and Solf J Kimblee; the latter can turn someone into an explosive, and the former's Stand which can blow someone up so severe nothing is left of them would bypass her defense.
  • Cloyster had the usual friends and enemies almost immediately after ascending. Ash is friendly with pretty much all Pokémon because that's just the kind of person he is, and Hunter J is opposed by pretty much all Pokémon because that's just the kind of person she is. Cloyster doesn't like Team Rainbow Rocket either, though the main universe Archie has a soft spot for the Water type. Among her fellow Water types she gets along best with Qwilfish as he uses his body of spikes as a weapon; not too different from the bivalve. She also gets along with the ultra-defensive Shuckle due to their similar strategies, though Cloyster is not a pure Stone Wall and can give a good offense.
  • Another friend Cloyster has is Spongebob. He's a generally friendly guy and once raised a lost clam like it was his own child. He also has a pet clam. She doesn't like his boss Mr Krabs, who has a bad history with big bivalves; he once stole a pearl egg from Clamu, and fought a giant clam for his millionth dollar. Krabs still hasn't learned his lesson and had to have his arms re-attached after trying to grab a pearl he thought he saw within Cloyster.
  • Cloyster doesn't like the Hall of Piracy; while there are good deities in that Hall, she is paranoid members there will try to poach her and her fellow Shellder and Cloyster for the sake of their pearls. They would've gone after Clampearl, but it is unascended. Nibbler, having been battery farmed for his dark matter dung along with other members of his kind, is sympathetic to this. He protects Cloyster, though is privately curious about her pre-evolution's venom being the cause of Slowking's intelligence. Nibbler wonders if a variant of the venom could make Fry a genius while still lacking the Delta Brainwave. Fry isn't interested because of prior experience.
  • Among those who wish to harvest Cloyster are Smaug and Damiyo Hermitaur. The former is purely motivated by wanting any potential pearl, and the latter wants to incorporate her shells into its armor. Fortunately Cloyster has defenses outside of herself in King Triton and Arthur Curry, what with them being defenders of the sea. They and Ariel are on good terms with her, though they do wonder why the Bivalve Pokémon counts as as Ice type.
  • Doesn't like when people compare her to a certain part of the anatomy. The fact that this Cloyster is female certainly doesn't help with the lewd jokes. To no-one's surprise Mara makes plenty of these jokes and innuendos about Cloyster, including calling her shiny a "blue waffle". Don't look it up, but unfortunately Cloyster did and was outraged at Mara. Fortunately for her, Mara is usually weak to her Ice type attacks. Besides the phallic menace, she has a natural enmity for electric attacks. While she has other weaknesses they either aren't too bad due to usually being physical attacks (Fighting types), she can retaliate with super-offensive moves (Grass types) or both (Rock types). Can't really do that with Electric types.

    Daimyo Hermitaur, Shogun Ceanataur, Shen Gaoren and Taikun Zamuza 
Daimyo Hermitaur, Shogun Ceanataur, Shen Gaoren and Taikun Zamuza, Divine Quartet of Giant Crabs (Daimyo: Stonefist Hermitaur, The Ultimate Shield, Shield Crab [Crab Ramparts, Spearbreaker Hermitaur, Daimyou Zazami] | Shogun: Rustrazor Ceanataur, Sickle Crab, Blue Sickle, Blood Stained Blades [Armor Shredder Shogun Ceanataur], Shougun Gizami | Shen: The Walking Fortress | Taikun: Multi-Shell Crab)
Left to Right: Daimyo Hermitaur, Stonefist Hermitaur
Left to Right: Shogun Ceanataur, Rustrazor Ceanataur
Shen Gaoren
Left to Right:Taikun Zamuza 1st Form slightly showing its 2nd and its 3rd Form
  • Daimyo Hermitaur and Shogun Ceantaur are Lesser Deities; the 'Taur Deviants, and Taikun Zamuza are Intermediate Deities. Borderline Greater Deity (Shen Gaoren).
  • Symbols: The Hunter Icons of Daimyo Hermitaur, Stonefist, Shogun Ceanataur, Rustrazor, Shen Gaoren, Taikun Zamuza
  • Theme Songs:
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Giant Enemy Crabs, Skulls for shells (sans Taikun), Power Pincers, Dig Attack for Daimyo and Shogun
  • Heralds: Hermitaurs, Ceanataurs, other Carapaceons
  • High Priest: Actagawa
  • Domains: Crustaceans, Claws/Pincers (of carrying types), Size
  • Allies: SCP-169, Kingler, Mr. Krabs
  • Opposed by/Opposes: The Monster Hunters, Ika Musume, The Eight Travelers (All) Plankton (Daimyo Hermitaur) House of Craft (Shen Gaoren)
  • Size: 835.2 cm — 1451.2 cm (Daimyo Hermitaur) 1449.89 cm — 1793.68 cm (Stonefist Deviant) 690.4 cm — 1294.5 cm (Shogun Ceanataur) Large (Rustrazor Deviant and Shen Gaoren) 757 cm — 1163.9 cm (Taikun Zamuza)
  • As a Monster Hunter, there's no shortage of the different kinds of Monsters you can encounter in your career. Regardless if the the Quest is something as minor as gathering or as exciting and pivotal as chasing an earthquake causing Elder Dragon, the many creatures are endless. Outside the many, many different classifications of caverns there exists a stand out: Carapaceons. Defined by a hard shells and exo-skeletons with monsters defined as such falling under gigantic crustaceans for the most partnote .
    • Hermitaurs are red Carapaceons that resemble the much smaller hermit crabs and live in deserts and jungles where they scavenge for whatever food they can find. While they grow their own shells over time they will ditch them in favor of living under the skulls of much larger monsters which are oftentimes ones once belonging to a Monoblos. These Carapaceons are now called Daimyo Hermitaur, and their once small pincers have now grown large enough to serve as shields for their own bodies.
    • Related to the Hermitaurs are blue hermit crab monsters known as Ceanataurs and display similar behaviors to their red cousins, right down to living in a shell they grew themselves before leaving it for a larger home upon maturing. Unlike their red cousins, Ceanataurs have much sharper claws and can spit poison. As Shogun Ceanataur, their scythe-like pincers not only became serrated but they can also extend their reach upon being enraged.
    • Shen Gaoren is a gigantic Carapaceon identifiable by the skull of Lao-Shan Lung on its and the long limbs that allows it to tower not only its fellow crustacean-like brethren but most other monsters it comes across. It’s difficult to fight as a result as while it is hard to reach Shen Gaoren it has no problem doing the same with its pincers or just by stepping on them, and it is strong enough to tear away at man-made structures.
    • Unlike the above listed Carapaceons, Taikun Zamuza sees no need to live under a shell. The exoskeleton and thick layers of earth, barnacles, and fungi are often enough to defend against any potential threats it encounters in large, underground caves. While slow, Taikun Zamuza becomes faster as its armor is chipped away and shed from damage. With or without armor, it always retains its physical strength upon being stripped to its barest defenses, Taikun Zamuza will utilize the now revealed electrical organs from its back to turn against its attackers.
  • Shen Gaoren originally ascended after it sort of just... walked in, skipping over the the Inspectors checkpoint early on in the Pantheon. Its presence later faded to myth before being forgotten by its many denizens. It had never left, however, and after its sudden return other Carapaceons would soon appear right after it.
    • When the Inspector and some members of the House of Defense were waiting for another Giant Enemy Crab at the checkpoint they were greeted with nothing. At first they assumed the order was arriving late until they got calls from the other Houses. Those new gods they were expecting? Two of them were already there. When some deities from the House of Food were looking for ingredients for crab cakes they ended up stumbling upon the Daimyo Hermitaur. They got the usually docile creature mad and it in turn tried to turn them into divine pancakes. The Shogun Ceanataur's encounter was less violent, nearby deities found the thing just feasting on recent carrion and simply left it be. Lastly, Taikun Zamuza did actually have to enter the Pantheon, it just took the caverns instead of the surface. Finding it wasn't exactly easy, partly due to the size of the networks and the fact its dirt that covers it also doubles a camouflage.
      • Despite the trouble to rounding the other three up for godhood, they prefer drastically different environments and rarely in their own temples in spite of its recreation of their respective environments. As stated before, Taikun Zamuza prefers cave networks and thus is sighted underground, Daimyo Hermitaur and its Stonefist Deviant wander the sandy parts of Metal and Minerals and the forests in the House of Plants, Shogun Ceanataur and its Rustrazor Deviant roam the swampier parts of the Plants house and the volcanic regions of the Hall of Fire and Heat, and lastly the Shen Gaoren prefers mountainous areas and can occasionally be seen near the House of Prophecy.
  • These overgrown crustaceans are relatively docile lest provoked, although Shen Gaoren is an exception to such behavior. Shen Gaoren is regularly guided away from any artificial constructs, especially the House of Craft, as it can never seem to stop trying to walk through them. When investigating why it does that it turns out it considers much of the Pantheon to be its territory and that said constructs such as cities are considered intruders and won't hesitate on destroying them. Its Variants, Teppeki Shen Gaoren and Guren Shen Gaoren have done the same thing its original has and pose as a greater threat due to their destructive potential.
    • Even though the Hunters are capable of felling Shen Gaoren on their own, others have theorized on more efficient methods of disposing of it. However, Shen Gaoren's extreme height and disproportionate body structure have prevailed over some of these methods. Many say the best method is to flip it on its back and hit its weak point for massive damage. But since Shen Gaoren's body is round, most, if not, all attempts of getting it to stay on its back have been unsuccessful. Surprisingly, Shanoa of all people suggested dropping a giant elevator on it. The only problem is finding an elevator tall enough to tower over Shen Gaoren. No one knows if the same can be said for its Variants as well.
  • Though they obviously have no verbal way of showing it, all the deified Carapaceons hold this fondness towards SCP-169 due to the agreed assumption that its an arthropod. Whether that fondness is out of respect or fear is another question. Picked off of Shen Gaoren's relations, the rest of the Carapaceons seem to like Kingler and Mr. Krabs. The Ceanataurs seem to appreciate Kingler out of all of them, given their own pincers are able to pierce through bedrock and in the case of its Deviant, many types of armor as well. Krabs meanwhile has been helped by the Daimyo Hermitaur when Plankton tries to steal the Krabby Patty formula, smashing him with his BIG. MEATY. CLAWS. (which aren't just for attracting mates!)
  • Ika Musume constantly attacks Shen Gaoren to make a feast out of it. Being oblivious as it is, Shen Gaoren never notices Ika and every attempt ends up with her under its foot or blasted with acid. Hearing of its other co-gods' ascensions she thought about trying it out on the others. Other members from the House of Food seem to want to pitch in as well.
    • Although he does enjoy eating other giant crabs, Tamatoa doesn't plan on going after the Carapaceons. He'd rather that his prey come to him as opposed to the other way around and that they are capable of holding their own or outright defeating him. On their end, Tamatoa is just another competitor for food; not really an enemy to any of them but they aren't allies like the previously mentioned crustaceans.
  • While traversing underground areas within the Pantheon aren't exactly a shining definition of safe, Taikun Zamuza's ascension hasn't made it easier as there's the possibility of disturbing it inadvertently. But this point is made especially clear when you're down doing something like excavting items of interest or building/expanding underground structures. Setting aside the fact it's a dangerous animal, it has a habit of destroying the floor beneath it when it's getting closer to death.
  • For no apparent reason, some deities have been petitioning for Rarity to fight the giant crabs with others even willing to give out some gear and aid. Said unicorn doesn't know why she should entertain this notion.

Greninja, God of Frog Ninjas (The Ninja Pokémon, Master of Stealth, Gekkouga)
  • Intermediate God (Greater God as Ash-Greninja or when Dynamaxing).
  • Symbol: A Water Shuriken
  • Theme Music: Battle! Trainer - Pokémon X & Y (SSB Wii U remix); Ikuze! and its instrumental version as Ash-Greninja (shared with Ash)
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Gender: Male
  • Ability: Protean
  • Moveset: Dark Pulse, Water Shuriken, Substitute, Double Team
    • Z-Move: Hydro Vortex
  • Portfolio: Being both water and dark type, using water to create weaponry, having the Protean Ability, using the Substitute move, due to being a Ninja Frog, tongues that double as scarves
  • Domains: Water, Ninjas, Frogs
  • Allies: Pikachu, Ash Ketchum, Lucario, Chesnaught, Aegislash, Jiraiya, Ryu Hayabusa, Gondar the Bounty Hunter, Big the Cat, Espio the Chameleon, Misty, Calem and Serena
  • Enemies: Lysandre, Plesioth
  • Direct Rival: Kaede Nagase (due to her fear of frogs)
  • Opposes: Vali Lucifer
  • Opposed By: Cirno, Mewtwo
  • Odd Friendship: Terrorblade
  • Back when Frogs and Toads was a trope, Greninja ascended by defeating Wart, the previous god, with a Water Shuriken to the face, and being handpicked to represent the Generation VI Pokémon line for the 4th Smash Bros. Tournament. Mewtwo wasn't happy to find out that he was once again overruled, especially when he saw Greninja's announcement for said tournament.
  • Cirno hates his guts, as he's preventing her from freezing frogs (her favorite hobby). The two have an on-and-off again fight with Greninja, being a ninja, teleporting and escaping her every time, with the additional advantage of naturally resisting ice. Cirno is training herself to learn Freeze Dry and see how he likes it.
    • It is unlikely to work, however, due to the Protean Ability and his access to the fighting move Low Kick.
  • Despite being a frog, Greninja's weak against Bug-type Pokémon. Thus he stays away from Lord Tommyrod and all other insects. This made him good friends with Misty due to him being a water type and also one who doesn't like bugs.
  • Has been evading Kaede ever since he ascended, since her fear of frogs tend to augment her ninja skills on occasion.
  • No comment has been made at this time if there's any connection between Greninja, and The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
  • Greninja has been getting along well with Asuka and is partners with her due to the latter's love of frogs and being a ninja as well. He's also been shown getting along swimmingly with Jiraiya, especially after learning that his design is inspired by the exact same folk hero the Pervy Sage draws his own design from.
  • The Pokémon has been trying to keep its distance from Plesioth, given the latter's appetite for frogs. Greninja is also opposed to the idea of being used as bait to lure out the creature.
  • Since the original trope he represented had been cut, a few Gods have been taunting him with "Better Nerf Greninja".
    • However, Overly-Long Tongue was removed from Midora and given to Greninja at the suggestion of the Court of the Gods, since the frog uses his tongue as a scarf. Midora isn't happy about that.
      • In addition, Greninja is getting tired of the nerf jokes it's been getting and has grown to have a Berserk Button towards them to the point where he started to hate Vali lucifer just for his title.
  • Keeping an eye on Ash's Greninja, as it is a special one that has a form known as "Ash-Greninja".
  • Diancie was afraid of it and Chesnaught and Aegislash, due to the three of them trying to make off with her. However after they assured her that they were working under orders, she became good friends with them.

The Kraken, God(dess?) of Giant Cephalopods (Horror of the Deep, The Bane of Sailors, The Nightmare of Pirates, The Slayer of the Navy, The Terror of Fishermen. The Destroyer of Ships, Sea-Mist, Hafgufa, Microcosmus marinus, The Crab Fish)
  • Intermediate Deity that borders on Greater Deity
  • Symbol: A ship wrapped in tentacles
  • Theme Song: The Kraken from Pirates of the Caribbean
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Large extremities, Rows of sharp teeth and beaks, Serving as the muscle of a higher power
  • Domains: Seas, Octopi, Horror
  • Followers: The Giant Cuttlefish, Giant Squids, Octopus Devil
  • Allies: Cthulhu, Ika Musume, Yagyuu, Giygas, SCP-169
  • Enemies: Jack Sparrow, May (Guilty Gear), whales (Moby Dick in particular), pirates, the navy, fishermen, scuba diving bounty hunters with steam-punk hairdos, Miki Aono, Ness, Inklings, and pretty much anything else that dares to go inside the ocean.
  • Teethclenched Teamwork: Tidehunter
  • Is able to drown any ship that the Gods build in mere seconds.
  • Since it works as the pet and favorite weapon of Davy Jones, most Gods know not to get on its master's bad side if the Kraken Hammer is nearby.
  • Because of the fact that it is larger than an island, it is even feared by Bruce, the God of Sharks, to the point where Bruce will flee at the mere knowledge that it MIGHT be heading his direction. However, even the Kraken dreaded the day when Moby Dick, one of the few sea creatures able to stand a chance against it, would rise to godhood.
    • Now that said whale has ascended into the waters of the Pantheon, they have been in almost constant conflict with each other, considering how Moby keeps eating the Kraken's 8-limbed followers. Even though their fights are always even, with both combatants leaving scars, Moby always manages to tear off many of The Kraken's tentacles.
  • Its rumoured temple is said to be at the very bottom of the ocean, in an area even harder to find than Atlantis. So far, only a handful of Gods knows where it is.
  • There is dispute whether the Kraken's name is pronounced "Kraa-ken", with a short "a", or "Kray-ken", with a long "a". So far, the Kraken itself has refused to comment (though the jury's out on whether it can speak at all), but one pirate has expressed the opinion that "It's a mythological creature. I can call it what I want."
  • Occasionally, the Kraken manifests itself as a reptilian creature rather than a cephalopod. In this form, it once served the god Zeus until a nasty encounter with the hero Perseus turned it to stone for a while. Davy Jones rescued the Kraken from this fate, and they've been on great terms ever since.
    • Another form gives it vocal chords (if it didn't have any already), a more developed brain, and worst of all, land-treading legs. For reasons unknown, however, it hasn't used this form in the pantheon...yet...
  • To this day, the gods are still arguing if it is Greek, Caribbean or Norwegian.
  • Is thoroughly feared by Miki Aono; merely 'seeing' it reduces her to a hysterical wreck. It's unknown if the Kraken is sentient enough to comprehend it (or care).
    • Those few gods who are aware of the Kraken's (as-yet unused) amphibious and sentient Newerth form pray it never takes that form, for if it does, it may find out about Miki's fear and see her as easy prey...
  • Was once beaten by Ness in his adventure to stop Giygas. It evidently hates Ness and wishes to crush him if he goes in the House of Beasts.
  • The legendary cephalopod is currently part of the Deep Blue Trio, a group of divine beasts who spread fear across the waters of the Pantheon. The Kraken's domain is the Seas.

Lesser Gods

    Gial Ackbar 
Gial Ackbar, God of Terrestrial Sea Life (Admiral Ackbar)

    Gigabolt Man-O-War 
Gigabolt Man-O-War, God of Electric Jellyfish (Gigabolt Dokragen, High Voltage Drifter)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A jellyfish with a thunderbolt symbol
  • Theme Song: Dynasty
  • Alignment: Obliviously Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Not Brainwashed, Electric Jellyfish (Mainly In The Original Japanese), Airborne Robo-Jelly, Psycho Electro, Chain Lightning, More Oblivious Than Villainous And Has A Few Screws Loose, Lightning Gun, Flunky Boss
  • Domains: Electricity, Androids, Rebellion, Jellyfish, Rampages, Madness
  • Followers: Gekka, Jelectos, AmpFibian
  • Allies: Lumine, Sigma, Eneru, the Grand United Alliance of Machines
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Sting Chameleon
  • Enemies: X, Zero, Axl, Alia, Repliforce, Copy X, Dr Weil, Eelektross, Thor, Cole MacGrath, Sparky, Red Gyarados, the GUAG White Hats, Monkey D Luffy
  • Opposes: Anything involved with crystals
  • Opposed by: Anyone who lives in city regions
  • Gigabolt Man-O-War is one of the new generation Reploids, developed with the copy chip technique and an immunity to the Maverick virus. Stylized after a jellyfish(or Portuguese man-o-war in the English dub), he helped supply energy to Megalopolis. That is, until Sigma's plan to take over the Jakob Space Elevator which led him to join Sigma's cause and start stealing energy from the city.
  • As a New Generation Reploid, he is not affected by viruses. He chooses to rebel on his own free will. Though for Gigabolt, he doesn't realize he's being Maverick and doesn't register the chaos he's causing. Somewhat childish, and tends to make name his attack and death cries off random objects(usually food). He didn't exactly ascend to the pantheon as he simply drifted in like a real jellyfish.
  • Has electrical powers, due to his prior occupation of supplying energy. He was attracted to the urban areas of the pantheon, seeking to drain the energy from them. He was pushed back to the Hall of Fire and Electricity, and seemed happier due to the experience. He ended up becoming a good friend towards Eneru. Both are rather peculiar psycho electros who have vested interest in the moon. Gigabolt's attacks don't work on Luffy either, which annoys him.
  • Has been trying to steal the electricity of other gods in his house, resulting in him getting smashed by Thor and on Cole MacGrath's hit list. Sparky opposes him due to trying to drain the power from his lighthouse.
  • As he is working for Sigma and Lumine, Gigabolt has an allegiance to the Grand United Alliance of Machines. Lumine is somewhat disappointed that of the new generation models who worked for them, it's the weirdo jelly who ascended. The GUAM isn't that impressed since Gigabolt wanders around and doesn't take his job seriously. Sting Chameleon doesn't like having to work for him, Gigabolt Man-O-War doesn't like an old generation Reploid susceptible to the Maverick Virus.
  • Though an ally to the GUAM, the Eliksni don't want him being near them. This is because he interferes with the Deflector Shields, as electricity doesn't work around electricity. His foolish attitude is rather annoying compared to their zeal to the alliance.
  • Dr Weil despises him as he is further proof in his deranged mind that Reploids don't deserve free will and that his actions in the Elf Wars are justified. While the New Generation Reploids choose to go Maverick at free will, it doesn't begin to justify Weil's actions in the Elf Wars, let alone what he did when he returned. The fact he is a free-will android also furthers Copy X's contempt towards his own Reploid kind.
  • Isn't popular in the Hall of Aquatic Life, despite it being one of his homes. This is probably due to his electrical powers causing problems with anyone who lives in water. Especially in the case of the Red Gyarados. While also based on an electrical sea creature, Eelektross is no fan of him as Gigabolt wants to drain the Pokémon for its electricity.
  • Doesn't like anything involving crystals at all. This is because he is vulnerable to Earthrock Trilobyte's weapons, notably the Crystal Wall. He avoids the Hall of Metal and Minerals for this reason.

Pincurchin, God of Sea Urchins (The Sea Urchin Pokémon, Bachinuni)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Seaweed with a lightning symbol
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Ability: Lightningrod
  • Gender: Male
  • Moveset: Poison Jab, Zing Zap, Toxic Spikes, Curse
  • Portfolio: Electric Sea Urchin, Armored But Frail, Spikes of Doom, Can Also Set Spike Traps, Mighty Glacier
  • Domains: Sea Urchins, Spikes, Electricity
  • Allies: Ash Ketchum, Eelektross, Ferrothorn, Steve Irwin, Spiny, Toxie, Elsa(Frozen)
  • Enemies: Team Rainbow Rocket, Gigabolt Man-o-War, Ripper Roo
  • Opposes: Ground-related deities
  • Opposed by: The Spongebob Squarepants cast
  • Spiny, toxic, hurt like hell if you step on one. These are traits commonly associated with sea urchins, and when one wriggled its way to the Trope Pantheon it was a Pokémon. Coming from the British-based Galar region, Pincurchin is an Electric type who scrapes seaweed off rocks with its teeth. It stores electricity in its spines. Anyone who stands on Pincurchin is in for a nasty surprise.
  • From a British region, though if Australia ever becomes a region it'd likely exist there too. Steve Irwin, having had experiences with many poisonous marine life, treated Pincurchin with respect. The Sea Urchin Pokémon appreciates his open mind, given most English deities tend to ignore it.
  • Rare specimens of Pincurchin can have Electric Surge as a Hidden ability, however the Pincurchin fished up in the pantheon has the Lightningrod ability. Because of this it has an awkward relationship with the Hall of Electricity and tends to stay away from the deities there. The exception is Benjamin Franklin, whose skill at the lightning rod led him to keep the Pokémon in his aquarium as a pet and partner.
  • While part of the Hall of Aquatic Life, the various animals there tend to give Pincurchin distance, what with being an Electric type. Fortunately the spikiness of Pincurchin also keep hungry gods like Bruce from trying to eat it. It at least has found common ground with Eelektross in being sea creature Pokémon who aren't Water type.
  • Pincurchin likes the company of Spiny as well, given their status as spiky creatures and Spiny isn't really malicious so Pincurchin doesn't judge. The Sea Urchin Pokémon is fond of Ferrothorn as well, given they're both spiky Pokémon and would rather mind their own business. Helps that not being a Water type it isn't weak to Ferrothorn.
  • Sea urchins are considered a pest for Bikini Bottomites, and Pincurchin being an electric sea urchin that's a foot tall didn't endear him to them. How dangerous his electricity is in the town's seawater is unclear, given how water acts there. It's also unclear if citizens might find Pincurchin's attacks super-effective like Water types generally experience or not.
  • Recently, it had to feed off Gigabolt Man-o-War trying to absorb its electricity for himself. Pincurchin was apprehensive seeing Bender as he can get high on electricity, but fears were put to ease after reminding the Pokémon he did electricity, and isn't going to do it again.
  • Surprisingly enjoys frigid environments, as asides from Max Raids Pincurchin are found in the arctic conditions of Route 9, right outside Circhester. Might be why the Sea Urchin Pokémon seems fond of Elsa. Also, while not a Poison type Pokémon Pincurchin has access to poisonous moves. Of the members of the Hall of Toxicity, it likes Toxie the most since he's a sweetheart and his appearance makes Pincurchin feel a lot less self-conscious about its own.
  • Doesn't care for anything related to ground and earth-based powers, on account to Ground-type attacks being Pincurchin's sole weakness. It has warned people not to make the mistake of stepping on it, even if the spikes aren't poisonous. Ripper Roo made the mistake of doing so and has hated Pincurchin ever since. Still hurt for Pincurchin too, just much less so.


    Mr. Krabs 
Mr. Eugene Harold Krabs, God of Penny-Pinching Crabs (Mr. Krabs, Rags, Armor-Abs Krabs, Sir Pinch-A-Lot, Cheapy the Cheapskate, Moar Krabs)