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    Zeno (Present and Future) 
Present and Future Zeno, Parallel Gods of Short Authority Figures (The Omni-King, King of Everything, Zen-oh, Zeno-sama, Grand Zeno, Zen-chan, Zenny)
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The two Zeno enjoying the Tournament of Power (Future Zeno is on the right)
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Greater Gods

    The Magic High Commission 
The Magic High Commissionnote , Deified Immature Mystical Council
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The Commission's Members, both current and former (from left to right: Reynaldo, Omnitraxus Prime, Rhombulus, Hekapoo, Sir Glossaryck of Terms and Lekmet)
  • Greater Deities (collectively). Intermediate Gods (Lekmet, Omnitraxus, Rhombulus and Hekapoo individually). Lesser God (Reynaldo). Overdeity (Glossaryck).
  • Symbol:
    • Glossaryck: His head gemstone.
    • Lekmet: His head.
    • Omnitraxus Prime: His face reflected in an orb.
    • Rhombulus: His snake arms and crystal head.
    • Hekapoo: Her dimensional scissors.
    • Reynaldo: His staff.
  • Theme Song: Blow Out This Flame (Hekapoo)
  • Alignment: Varies depending on the member.
  • Portfolio: Not-So-Omniscient Council of Bickering, Big Bad Slippage (except for Glossaryck, Lekmet and Reynaldo), Dimensional Travelers, Fantastic Racism to some degrees, Killed Off for Real, Made of Magic, Immature but Very Cruel and Deadly when they Feel Like It, Protected The Multiverse.
  • Domains: Magic, Councils, Immaturity.
  • Herald: Shawn. (their assistant)
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Toffee of Septarsis, Lord Voldemort, Sauron, Skeletor, Shadow Weaver, Horde Prime, Lord Tirek, Queen Chrysalis, King Sombra, The Lich.
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Discord (to Glossaryck)
  • The Magical High Commission were guardians of the magic of Mewni created by the omnipotent Sir Glossaryck of Terms to help keep magic in the Multiverse stable and not dangerous. As time went on, unfortunately, they would begin to deviate from this goal, growing corrupt and self-righteous in their belief of superiority and soon became accomplices in the monster-hating system of Mewni, even hiding away the half-monster daughter of Queen Eclipsa, imprisoning her and her monster lover, Globgor. Hundreds of years later they lost one of their members, Lekmet, who sacrificed his life to help Queen Moon escape an attack from Toffee of Septarsis and eventually help set in motion the defeat of the evil monster. Later on after Toffee's defeat, Star Butterfly managed to uncover their years of deception with some help from her mother, Moon and a freed Eclipsa herself. When Eclipsa was crowned queen, she was eventually targeted by the Commission's members and even helped Mina Loveberry start up a plan to kill Eclipsa and her family then follow suit with all monsters on Mewni, forcing Star to destroy all magic to stop Mina, and when she did with Glossaryck's and a redeemed Hekapoo's help she put an end to the Commission and their plans for good, with the Commission themselves dying after the magic was destroyed and reverting to inanimate objects.
  • Though fragmented, the Commission was eventually ascended into the Pantheon. However, with how things went on in their world it was decided to make separate temples for each of the members, especially to keep conflict from arising. While they're all back, they've made certain "territories" for one another, with Rhombulus and Omnitraxus keeping up their alliance with Mina while Hekapoo has long foregone it and is now a free spirit who occasionally jumps in to help good causes. Reynaldo and Lekmet appear to have taken a neutral approach staying on their own, while Glossaryck mostly does what he wants without any real alignment issues.
  • Their relationship with Star is all over the place, though for the most part Hekapoo and Glossaryck has remained friendly with her as they both assisted her in destroying the magic of Mewni to prevent Mina Loveberry's victory. As for Rhombulus and Omnitraxus, neither were amused to hear about the fact that Star was the one responsible for their deaths and that she and her friends sided with Eclipsa, Globor and monsterkind during their attempted coup and have labelled her and all her allies as enemies from now on. Lekmet has not come out of his temple to say a thing, as has Reynaldo. Meanwhile, Glossaryck would rather not say much other than staying with Star more often because he doesn't likes Rhombulus or Omnitraxus and would rather avoid their presence as much as possible.
  • All of them do share a common enemy in Toffee of Sepstarsis, as the evil monster has antagonized all of them at various points and tried to selfishly destroy magic and conquer Mewni out of hatred of the Mewmans. One of the few things that could actually make the fragmented council come together is the possibility of the septarian starting up his plans again, as he is quite effective at executing his goals and with the resources in the Pantheon could pose a threat to magic users outside of Mewni and Earth.
  • While they might've once been noble protectors of all magic, their years ruling over Mewni corrupted them and fed a feeling of superiority in them ultimately leading to a big fall from grace. Due to this, the House of Magic considers their ranks to be rather untrustworthy and most of them are banned from entering the House. Only exceptions to this have been Reynaldo and Lekmet as neither got involved in the more malevolent schemes of the Commission or in Glossaryck's case, the destruction of all magic itself with additional motivation in his jerkassery and unhelpfulness towards anyone who associates with him. Hekapoo's been recently allowed to actually enter the House in spite of her initial compliance in the corrupt goals of the Commission, though she's still got a long way to go before she has fully redeemed herself in the eyes of the good-aligned deities in it.
  • While they might be too fragmented to still hold a fully common list of enemies and allies, they still oppose those who employ dark magic and seek to absorb or destroy it. Notable examples include the Dark Lord Voldemort, leader of a dangerous group of wizards who have expertise in dark magic and seek to rule everything. Similarly there's the evil My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic Deities, who all are either dark magic users or want to keep all the magic to themselves, all of the Commission fears mostly Tirek who has magic-draining abilities not unlike Toffee with Star's wand and becomes stronger with the more magic he gets; as well as Grogar who is perhaps the most powerful evil sorcerer of MLP's universe and can pose a threat to everyone with his dimensional abilities.
  • With their wariness of magic also came being wary of dark lords such as Sauron and his former master, Melkor. Their control over evil magic is further motivation for them to watch out for their threat. While many of them are heavily disliked by the other Tolkien deities for their countless crimes, they will team up if necessary to defeat these common foes.
  • They all are wary of Bill Cipher, a powerful "Dream Demon" who once threatened all of existence with his desire to unleash Weirdmageddon and gain godly power to remake the universe into something fit to his twisted desires. The fact that their world may be connected to Bill's furthers this, though all of them have learned thanks to the Pines about his weakness to pony hair and other special magic materials, therefore giving them means to combat Bill and prepare for any possibility of him recovering his full power.
  • Another potential multiversal threat they're wary of is the Lich, a being who desires to end all life. Rhombulus was at first eager to try and crystalize him, only for deities to point out that the one time the Lich was imprisoned in crystal in a secured galactic prison he easily broke out and destroyed the prison while nearly taking over all its prisoners as their leader to destroy all life. Therefore Rhombulus has scrapped those plans but has turned to other ideas such as employing life magic to counter the entity.
  • Exclusive to Glossaryck:
    • Due to his general jerkassery, he's entered a comical yet fierce rivalry with Discord, as the trollish spirit of chaos enjoys doing what he can to mess with the all-mighty magic deity. Glossaryck has occasionally taken time off his isolation to return Discord's trolling antics in full force back at him. Their allies were at first concerned with the possible ramifications of this, though once it became clear that neither side planned to cause much trouble besides what each would do to the other, this subsided.
    • Glosaryck's plan was seemingly to destroy all magic in his Multiverse all along, given that he willfully assisted Star and her allies in their destruction of magic. Some deities have come to question why he'd do so given that he took himself out in the process, with most coming to the conclusion that since he was the one who gave magic to the Multiverse in the first place, he'd grown disappointed with how it was used and therefore wanted to take it all down with himself so no one would abuse it anymore. This drew some criticism as deities believed Glossaryck potentially could've killed millions with his actions, but so far he's defended himself saying that no one so far has really been hurt. Whatever the case is, Glossaryck's stance is that he did what he had to do to end the abuse of magic and isn't all too happy about it being restored, but with the looming amount of threats in the Pantheon he'll let this be.
    • With his omniscient knowledge of the Multiverse, Glossaryck has encountered various deities interested in his overall wisdom and power. One of these was Xerath, who has shed his form in favor of becoming pure magic, though he isn't exactly a good guy. Xerath was interested in how Glossaryck's own universe worked in regards to their magic and the possibility of acquiring power in it, though Glossaryck refused to share things.
    • Glossaryck has something of a connection with the equally cryptic Stealth Mentor, Ghaleon, who will mentor supposed enemies that he actually supports. Ghaleon has found it interesting how Glossaryck has managed to arrange for multiple instances of Star getting stronger and helping to ultimately undo the terrible actions of the other Commission members and ending Mewni's abuse of magic and monsterkind.
  • Exclusive to Omnitraxus and Rhombulus:
    • They were glad to find their ally, Mina Loveberry, in the Pantheon. Loveberry has continued to benefit from their support in her eternal anti-monster quest. Some have come to question why the duo would continue allying with Mina given that there's no guarantee that Mina won't turn on them the moment she's done with Mewni's monsterkind and all others. Rhombulus and Omnitraxus have dismissed it on the grounds that they are not "monsters" but rather "sacred magic beings", leading to disgust from many.
    • Both of them still hold on to their prejudices to monsterkind even in the Pantheon and as such have sought out anti-monster deities which to ally with. One of these allies is B.B Hood, a sadistic girl who likes to kill all monsters that fall within her definition regarding the usual view of monsters. Her psychopathic tendencies did little to make the alliance feeble, as the duo has experience working with unstable people like Mina and see nothing wrong in her.
    • Kipo has made a big enmity with them, as both support segregation and discrimination against non-humans for their own selfish benefits and prejudice. She in particular feels disgusted that they had the gall to throw a party while Mina and her warriors very nearly came close to killing all monsterkind in a genocidal crusade.
    • Heavily oppose the House of Otherness and all its inhabitants, enough that at one point they thought of attacking the House with Mina's help, only to get beaten and nearly killed by Godzilla who didn't take kindly to their visit and drove them with their tail between their legs back to their temple; the King of the Monsters has ever since remained one of their biggest enemies. Also opposed were Musashi Haruno and Ultraman Cosmos, a duo of monster-protectors that have made an utopia for all creatures and don't take kindly to hatred and discrimination being spread.
  • Exclusive to Hekapoo:
    • Hekapoo's mastery over magic dimensional portals make her quite prone to end up visiting various alternate dimensions. For this she's had quite the bad run-ins with Rick and Morty, who tend to jump between dimensions very often. While she's gained an interest in Morty, due to him potentially being capable of growing into a strong warrior not unlike Marco, his association with his annoying uncle has become a reason for her to avoid him.
    • Her realm known as the Neverzone is one where time flows much more differently, therefore letting decades inside be mere minutes outside. A few people have tried going into it to have adventures for a long time without having to worry about leaving their whole life behind. One of these was Finn the Human, who once got into a lifetime adventure in the Pillow Kingdom/Dimension where he grew up into an adult, had children and even grew old and died before he returned back home in his youth. The two have even been seen flirting a bit with one another, per usual for Hekapoo and those who enter the Neverzone.
    • Her laid-back and fun-loving attitude gave her her two allies in Marceline the Vampire Queen and Amethyst. Marceline likes how her attitude is remiscent of one of her friends, Lumpy Space Princess, and how Hekapoo has started moving past her initial prejudices towards monsters and turning nicer; they tend to hang out to mess with other Deities or just talk about their lives. As for Amethyst, the two enjoy hanging out either in the Neverealm or the Pantheon itself, with Amethyst even borrowing Hekapoo's dimensional scissors for her own antics.
  • Exclusive to Lekmet:
    • The extent of Lekmet's complicity in the Commission's most questionable past actions has so far been debated, and answers have been attempted to be taken from the old goat monster, however because Lekmet speaks his own tongue no real answers have been given so far. However given that the Commission's eventual turn to evil seems to have happened not long after Lekmet's sacrifice, most believe that Lekmet was possibly the Morality Pet of the Commission as a whole, therefore making him quite responsible for them not turning bad earlier and quite possibly making sure Eclipsa and her family were only non-fatally broken up rather than killed.
    • Lekmet functions as a healer and was created by Glossaryck to be representative of the cost of life, as any time he heals someone he will lose part of his life and grow weak and old. While he's been restored back to his prime, he still will gradually die if he heals someone. He made a connection with Heinz Windermere, whose power also requires him to use his own lifeforce as fuel for it.
    • His sacrifice that involved using up all his lifespan to resurrect Moon and allow her to escape from Toffee got him an ally in Luke Skywalker, who sacrificed his life to create an astral projection to distract the First Order's forces with and save the remaining members of the Resistance from them so they could regroup and prepare to fight back against the Order. Luke has made sure to use his force powers to communicate with the old goat, knowing that they speak two different languages entirely.
    • He's considered something of a Good Counterpart to Grogar, being an old goat magician with great power that comes at a price, but while Grogar is selfish and tyrannical, Lekmet is so far kind-hearted and noble. Lekmet views Grogar's actions as despicable in regards to his goals and abuse of minions, while Grogar views Lekmet as a weakling. For what its worth, the MLP deities have become closer to Lekmet over his magic power and have even helped him stay in better shape after using his powers, viewing him as a resourceful friend and ally.
  • Exclusive to Reynaldo:
    • He's been a disgraced member of the Commission ever since Queen Rhina left him speaking only in rhymes. Glossaryck also considers him annoying for his talkative tendencies. While he's tried to regain his father's respect and position, he was quite shocked to learn about the unofficial dissolution of the Commission after the destruction of magic. His status and current situation as an outcast of his group has led to major sympathy from other deities.
  • "Nature is like a runaway dump truck: hot, fast, and full of garbage"

Intermediate Gods

    Elizabeth Mably 
Elizabeth Mably, Goddess of Reasonable Authority Figures (Elly, Executor of Ingenious Schemes, Academy Reigning Enforcer, Pandora Serial #: GM160)
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  • Intermediate Goddess (Greater Goddess with the Transcendence activated)
  • Symbol: The West Genetics symbol and the Stigma Satellite System (her Volt Weapon)
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, originally started out as Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Reasonable Authority Figures who's doing what's Right, Aces, Stigma Satellite System, Determinators, Graceful Battles, Ojous, Prefers being naked while swimming, To Be Lawful or Good, Took a Level in Kindness.
  • Domains: Combat, Romance, Fanservice, School, Tragedy, Leadership
  • Allies:
  • Odd Friendship With: Marida Cruz
  • Headbutting Heroes With: Byakuya Togami
  • Enemies: SHOCKER, Ryoma Sengoku, the Trollkaiger (especially Bernkastel, Yuuki Terumi and Basco ta Jolokia), Junko Enoshima & Monokuma, Shogo Makishima, Sheev Palpatine, Dolores Umbridge
  • Being one of Erza Scarlet's former followers, Elizabeth ascended in the proper pantheon due to her being a respected figurehead among the 3rd year students of West Genetics who wants to maintain hierarchy in the Academy and she will punish them if they try to break such rules. However due to her noble nature, she feels that she has a "noblesse oblige" to look after those who don't have power like her.
  • She initially despise Satellizer due to the Untouchable Queen's attack against her classmates until the 10th and 11th Nova Clashes that she finally recognize Satellizer as a respected figure.
  • There is a popular belief that her family also runs a winery store, along with the famous cosmetic company, in which this becomes her gifts to her allies especially during occasions.
  • Usually spends her time in the House of Food with her friend Gai Yuki as they were always seen drinking wine while discussing their things everytime they spend together.
  • She gets along well with Marida Cruz due to both of their voices sounds similar to each other and their preference in their weaponry, which surprise both of them.
  • Elizabeth became friends with Kaito Kumon after what she heard of the pantheon in the first place as she is impressed with Kaito's Code of Honor and his action as a Supporting Leader of the remaining heroic Armored Riders during the wake of Helheim invasion, while she is also saddened after learning of Kaito's terrible past. Also feels the same thing with Kyoko Sakura since the Puella Magi comes from a poor Christian family with a similar background as Kaito. Because of this Elly works with Kaito and Kyoko to prevent such ordeals by protecting those weaker than them in the pantheon.
  • She found a kinship in Satsuki Kiryuin since both of them were initially hostiles to the Heroines of their respective stories until they were revealed to good all along and become good to them ever since.
  • Has made new allies with fellow good leaders such as team leader Jason Lee Scott, club president Miu Kazashiro, and student council president Reika Aoki, since both of them were had a distinction of being a good leaders and role models to many members of the pantheon. She especially loves Miu's philosophy on "Those who work butts off should be leaders" and wishes to spread it upon the Pantheon (and also thinks that Miu's relationship with Shun Daimonji)
    • She also gets along with Takatora Kureshima due to both of them have the same philosophical view of "noblesse oblige" and pitied Takatora through all of the shit he went throughout "Project: Alternate! Gentaro", vowing to never forgive those who caused him and his brother so much pain.
  • She and Byakuya Togami didn't get along as she views him as a type of guy who never gets along with his fellow students at Hope's Peak Academy while Byakuya views her as a "naive authority figure" who is not ruthless enough for a leader like her. However, they put their differences aside once they have no choice but to work together as a duo especially if they are dealing against the likes of Monokuma and his Mastermind.
  • While making new allies in the pantheon, she also made enemies as well, this includes with the Trollkaigers, especially with Bernkastel, Terumi, and Basco, since they commit atrocities within the Pantheon, Junko Enoshima and Monokuma, for being the mastermind of their malicious death game called the "School Life of Mutual Killings" incident at Hope's Peak Academy, Shogo Makishima, due to being a chaotic criminal that defies morality and law, Sheev Palpatine, for being a tyrannical leader of the Galactic Empire, and Dolores Umbridge, due to her being the antithesis of what Elizabeth stands for.
  • Due to her experience back in the 11th Nova Clash, Elizabeth stems her hatred towards mad scientists like Ryoma Sengoku, most likely due to his atrocious acts on betraying his cohorts in order to get the Forbidden Fruit. Because of this, she swears she will stop the mad scientist's ambition to prevent such tragedies again.

    Mace Windu 
Mace Windu, The Bald Black Leader God (Text How Big)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Purple Lightsaber
  • Theme Song: Fighting the Destroyer Droids (Battlefront II Edit)
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Bald, Black Leader Guy, Badass Baritone, Master Swordsman, Being one of the most powerful and respected members of the Jedi Order, Having an Amethyst colored Lightsaber, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Dislikes the New Guy, Cyncial Masters, No-Nonsense Jedi, Reasonable Authority Figure, The Shatterpoint, Being one of the few Jedi masters to have mastered the Vapaad Form, Stoic Snarker, Second Only To Yoda
  • Domains: The Force, Leadership, Lightsabers, Combat, War
  • High Priest: Captain Sisko
  • Followers: Dutch, Cobra Bubbles
  • Superior: George Lucas
  • Avatar: Samuel L Jackson
  • Allies: All ascended Jedi and Rebel Members (especially Yoda, Obi-Wan, and Luke Skywalker), Nick Fury, Commander Shepard, Captain America, Kal-El/Superman, Batman, John Stewart and the other Green Lanterns, Optimus Prime, The Tenno, The Guardians, Raven, Riku, Ragna the Bloodedge, Hakumen
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Darth Vader/Anakin Skywalker, The 501st, Count Dooku, General Grievous, Revan, The Imperium of Man
  • Enemies: All ascended Sith (especially Sheev Palpatine), Boba Fett, Melkor, Sauron, Thanos, Darkseid, Frieza and his family, Megatron, Vilgax, Voldemort, Dormammu, The Chaos Gods, The Grineer
  • Mace Windu was a force-sensitive child from the tough planet of Haruun Kaal, quickly taken in for his potential. In time, he would rise to the position of the Jedi High Council. He is second only to Master Yoda himself in both rank and skill. He would prove an essential part of the Clone Wars and even managed to fight Palpatine as a near-equal.
  • When Mace Windu first appeared in Pantheon, he was understandably i confused. His last memories were of him being blasted out the window via Force Lighting. Yoda and Obi-Wan were the first to greet him when he ascended. They were quick to explain everything that happened after his death, about Pantheon and its current activities. It was difficult for him to take in everything at once, but it was even more shocking to hear Yoda say that the Jedi Order needed to change. They quickly explained how the flaws in the order helped lead to the rise of the Sith, and the end of the Republic. How their own arrogance lead to the doom of the galaxy, and death if billions. Even for Mace, this was difficult to swallow. But for the sake of the Order, the galaxy and all who live in it, he will accept change in the order. He only wishes that Galaxy didn't have to suffer for the, to see the error of their ways.
  • Naturally, Mace wasn't too fond of seeing Anakin again. As Anakin both betrayed and cut of his hands, directly leading to him dying by Palpatine's Force Lighting. It also didn't help hearing that he would later be blamed for having a hand in orchestrating the Clone Wars and having lead a criminal empire. Even with Anakin's redemption, he has very little trust in him. He does however have a strong sense of respect for his son, Luke Skywalker. This sense of respect was in fact mutual, as Luke describes Mace Windu as a "true defender of the Jedi Order and all that it stood for".
    • Besides just Luke, Mace Windu is also greatly respected by members of the Rebel Alliance. While most of the Galaxy viewed him as a villain, the Rebels viewed him as a hero who tried to stop the creation of The Empire before it was too late. Happy to see that he was that people still had faith in him and the Jedi, Mace has willingly joind forces with the Rebels.
    • As he wondered how things could've gone differently, the House of Prophecy showed him a possible future where it was he and not Obi-Wan who mentored Anakin after Qui-Gon's death. Inwardly, it nearly tore him to discover What Could Have Been.
  • Mace Windu is the second highest command in the Jedi Counsel because not only is he one of the most well respected Jedi's in the Order, but because he's also one of it's strongest. Here's a list to why.
    • He's one of the few to master the seventh lightsaber form of Vapaad. It's an aggressive fighting style, channeling both the user and the opponent’s inner darkness and aggression into the duel. Essentially, it takes your aggression, channels it with your enemy’s, then accepts it and weaponizes it without giving into it. It basically turns the user into a conductor loop that turns the opponent’s bloodlust and aggression against them. It’s a Dangerous Forbidden Technique that few Jedi can master, because if the user isn’t careful or trained enough, then usage of Vapaad could end up corrupting the user and making them fall to the dark side. Thankfully, Mace has completely mastered Vapaad and keeped both his dark and light side in balance. His lightsaber even signifies this, as the purple color itself represents the balance the balance between both sides of the Force. It's this reason to which allowed him to initially defeat Palpatine in their duel.
    • Mace is also a master of the Shatterpoint. A rare Force Power capable of seeing the weak points of people's minds, the wills of armies and even interstellar nations. He regularly uses it to physically shatter objects in battle, droids, blasters, ships, ect.
  • Listing off his abilities, it's easy to see why Mace was not only considered to be one of the best his time, but in all of Jedi history too. To those who believe that action speaks louder than words, they are directed to a recorded battle found here.
  • As Mace obviously despises what Palpatine has done to both him, the Jedi Order and more importantly, the Galaxy at large. He's opposed to all Galactic Tyrants and Dark Lords like him. This has obviously made him a great amount of enemies in Pantheon.
    • While he made a large number of enemies in short time, Mace also made a large number of allies to join him in his efforts to defend and bring peace to Pantheon. People like Superman, Batman, Captain America, Nick Fury, Hakumen, Commander Shepard and Optimus Prime. He initially took pity on. He initially took pity the Kryptonian, having lost his home world before he had the chance to even remember it. But he respects what he was able to grow and become despite the loss. Batman and Nick Fury are in an understanding of one another, leaders that have a more cynical approach and understanding on the worldnote . The same can be said about Hakumen, both feel the strong necessity to eradicate any threat to world and its order. Mace's most positive partnership is with Captain Rogers, Commander Shepard and the leader of the Autobots, Optimus Prime. The three are not blind to the harshness of the war, but this only motivates them to further defend and save everyone they can. Mace respects and admires their way of thinking, and hopes that others can learn from them.
  • It should come to no surprise that he's marked all members of the Sith as enemies. Even those who are aliened to the Light Side, or are at the very least enemies to Palpatine, are (understandably) met with great distrust. That said, there are some wielders of Darkness that Mace trusts and has complete faith in. Some like Raven, Riku and Ragna the Bloodedge.
    • Raven, for doing everything in her power to not fall into evil and to keep her emotions in check. Here, Mace Windu does her best in giving her Jedi training to balance her emotions and her inner darkness.
    • Riku, for initially falling into darkness, but then concurring it and completely redeeming himself. Now Riku does his best to control his darkness, fight for the light and what's right.
    • Ragna, while initially distrustful with the criminal, he heard of how he ended his life and existence to save everyone. Ragna makes no illusions on how dangerous he and his powers are, but asks Mace to be there to stop him when he loses control.
  • As with his other Jedi, he suspects that Melkor may be where the Dark Side originates from. The Dark Lord fully admits it, but Palpatine states that Melkor is a mere agent of the Dark Side. Neither can be trusted, and both are just as much an enemy of Mace Windu as any other Jedi; they are still dripping with evil.
  • Mace Windu is enemies with Boba Fett, even though he wishes that he wasn't. Mace understands why he hates him though, It's Personal for Boba Fett because Mace killed his father. Something Mace himself regrets doing.
  • Because of his skill with Vapaad, he's more prepared than most Jedi at facing the Chaos Gods, whom he sees as "the dark side on steroids laced with cocaine". As of now, however, it's too much for even him. He would go to form an alliance between the Jedi and the The Imperium of Man to fight against the forces of Chaos. Although Mace understands their reason, even he believes them to be too aggressive.
  • Having become acquainted with both Superman and Batman, the two would later introduce him to the Green Lantern John Stewart. The two made quick partnership between not just them, but the Jedi Order and the Green Lanterns in an effort to bring peace across the galaxy. This would also influence Mace to form an alliance with the Tenno and the Guardians.
  • Unlike other the Jedi of his era. Mace Windu still has a good opinion and relationship with clones. He's actually proud of the how the 187th didn't participate in Order 66, and that they actually fought against the clones they did. Although Mace is fully aware that this is only because he was killed directly before Order 66 was initiated. Had he been alive, they probably would have turned against him, he would have had to fight back.
    • When he learned about the existence of The Grineer, Mace was in complete and absolute disgust. Believing that they give all clones a dishonor and hopes that the clones that served under him will never have to encounter them.
  • Can also be found in the House of Cultures.
  • "Jedi do not fight for peace. That's only a slogan, and is as misleading as slogans always are. Jedi fight for civilization, because only civilization creates peace. We fight for justice because justice is the fundamental bedrock of civilization: an unjust civilization is built upon sand. It does not long survive a storm."

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Lesser Gods

    Jim Raynor 
James Eugene "Jim" Raynor, God of Rebel Leadership (Former Marshall of Mar Sara, Commander of the Raynor's Raiders, Rebel Commander, Renegade Commander, "Jimmy", Jim Laynor)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The insignia of the Raynor's Raiders.
  • Theme Song: Heaven's Devils and Public Enemy
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Hero but with a bad reputation, a normal terran, a heavy drinker, Only decent man in the universe, Rebellious Rebel, very snarky
  • Domains: Rebellion, Leadership, War
  • Allies: Sarah Kerrigan, Thrall, Tyrael, Zeratul, Jaina Proudmoore, Tassadar, Artanis, The Nephalems, Lelouch vi Britannia, Serious Sam, Tychus Findlay, D.Va, Lucio, Mario
  • Respect: Leman Russ, Vulkan, Sanguinius, Marneus Calgar, Gabriel Angelos.
  • Conflicted Opinion: The God Emperor of Mankind
  • Enemies: Arcturus Mengsk, Arthas, Diablo, Big Brother, Tyranids.
  • Rebelling might be a 'bad', unlawful act... but as James Raynor inspiringly coined, "Because some things are just worth fighting for.", if it is for a good cause, then it's worth doing it, one of the causes of his ascension (that, and trying to calm down Sarah Kerrigan in the past)
  • Is one of the more friendlier Gods as long as they're one of good men. He usually greets good visitors akin of a Big Brother Mentor with "He-hey, man!"
  • He fought alongside many of Blizzard's heroes and villains in which he called in some little helps, such as a squad of Banshees and his flagship, the Hyperion.
  • He detests the Tyranids, thinking that the Zerg weren't enough of an infestation, not helping that they are both alike.
  • When he isn't doing anything, he would be seen drinking whiskey at the House of Food.
    • He also brought in his own jukebox from the Hyperion to listen to his country tunes and for others that are in the bar.
    • And for your own health, do not break his jukebox.
  • He appears in the House of Weapons, showing off some of the weapons he found, such as an experiment weapon he found in a lab, his sniper rifle with piercing rounds, and his own personal revolver which he keeps a spare bullet for Arcturus Mengsk should he cross paths with him in the Pantheon.
  • He doesn't trust the God Emperor at all because although he has a decent goal, his method is what doesn't draw him in. At least he believes that he isn't as terrible as Mengsk who never was well intentional in the first place.
    • Despite his distrust of the Emperor, he respects the Primarches and Chapter Masters (Vulkan, Sanguinius, Leman Russ, Marenus Calgar and to a lesser extent Gabriel Angelos), quite a lot; the first on the grounds of being very restrained in combat, being absolutely dedicated to making sure innocents don't get hurt, and for his War Is Hell attitude, the third for dedication to protecting civilians (and going apeshit on anyone who targets them), and the fourth for being a Reasonable Authority Figure (a trait Ultramarines strive to be).
  • Is not particularly thrilled about his middle name. Not that he'd disparage anyone else named Eugene, like a certain panther with surname Gallardo, just that he got personal issues with his own name.
  • After Mengsk's death, Jim has been busy helping the Terrans in the Koprulu sector rebuild from Kerrigan's messy but necessary assault on Korhal to depose the dictator. Unfortunately, with Amon's imminent arrival, he's having to have his ragtag-group-turned army gear up for the war of the millennia, though he's thankful he knows he can count on Kerrigan and Artanis to have their backs.
    • Unfortunately, he did not expect that Diablo, in response of his newer animosity with him, brought back and allowed his Arch-Enemy Arcturus Mengsk to the Pantheon. His response: "Aw, c'mon, I already got my hands full already! Well, at least he won't be in that one battlefield with Red, right? Right?"
  • Raynor became friends with Lelouch vi Britannia because of their status as rebel leaders. Although Jim is concerned for the boy's amoral methods, he can at least know he has good intentions. Meanwhile, Lelouch admires Jim because his rebellion was more successful than his own and did not cause the death of the girl he loved, accidental or otherwise.
  • Raynor's adventures in the mortal plane came to an end two years after the battle with Amon. It is said that Raynor saw an image of Kerrigan in a bar of Mar Sara and set out to follow her, leaving only his badge behind. Whatever the truth behind this event is, Raynor has taken permanent residence in the Pantheon. The most common interpretation? Kerrigan just called him to team up with her in a battle in the Nexus...
  • Jim happily greet his buddy Tychus and hoped that he didn't take him shooting him too hard. Tychus respond with that we all made their choices and is gonna give Mengsk a piece of his mind now that he is no longer on his leash.
  • For some reason, his legacy lived on into a certain game named 16-Bit Hero where the protagonist is modeled after him. Raynor even had to deal with the mass Squee! coming from Hana Song/D.Va who not only played his tale, but learned shooting from that one game and his avatar. Raynor quips that the kid got talent. For that, he's arranging some preparations to let her eventually enter the Nexus. This has finally come into fruition when Raynor handed the invitation letter to enter the Nexus to D.Va, in which she gratefully accepted.
    • In that preparation, Raynor also managed to befriend Lucio and becoming another Big Brother Mentor for him. He's actually impressed with Lucio's rebellion against Vishkar as it pretty much follows his spirit: "Because some things are just worth fighting for." Like the people's honest freedom. In addition, he saw Lucio's bright idealism similar with his previous assistant Matt Horner. However, he also advises that perhaps he shouldn't generalize that everyone in Vishkar is evil, as based on his experience, the only problem with the old Dominion was Arcturus Mengsk, once he was slain for that time and replaced with his son, the Dominion became a more moral group (and even Matt became the adjudant of its new leader), the same thing can happen to Vishkar. Raynor suggests that Lucio checks on who is the CEO of Vishkar and make it his target, before he commits a mistake he can never repair.
    • Oh and that jukebox, as Lucio pointed out? Costed him a lot of money, but he managed to finally get some of the finest repairmen in the Pantheon to fix it. It was worth it at least.
  • "Anytime you're ready!"

    Shiro Amada 
Shiro Amada, The Newbie in Charge (Ensign Newbie, 1st Lieutenant Amada/Shiro-chūiformerly )
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The head unit of his RX-79[G] Ez-8 Gundam Ez8
  • Theme Song: Shine in the Storm
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Normal, Ensign Newbie, Reasonable Authority Figure, The Leader, Nice Guy, Technical Pacifist
  • Domains: War, Newbies, Pacifism
  • Heralds: Aina Sahalin (his wife) and their unborn child
  • High Priest: Otto Midas
  • Allies: Amuro Ray, Heero Yuy, Relena Darlian, the rest of the good aligned Gundam pilots, Wesley Collins, Vash the Stampede, Simon, Kamina, Guy, Shishioh
  • Enemies: Char Aznable, Rau le Creuset, Muruta Azrael, Charles zi Britannia, Knight Gundam
  • Odd Friendship: Viral, Banagher Links
  • Conflicting Opinion: Zechs Marquise
  • Ascended after being assigned to become the Captain of the 08th Team, and being a badass at it.
  • He eventually deserts the army after realizing that warfare is pointless and destructive, and so he can be with his beloved Aina. Shiro thought he would be in trouble when he met Amuro Ray, but Amuro said he appreciated Shiro's dedication to doing what he believes is right.
  • Viral thought he was listening to an audio recording of his voice when he heard the sound from the cockpit. Shiro Amada decided to befriend him.
  • Shiro Amada admires Simon for rising into badassery from the humblest, least likely beginnings, and knowing what Simon would do for his lover.
  • Is known to hold his ground. Especially in certain situations, where he's said to be on par with the likes of Newtypes or Ace Customs. Why? It's because he's a Badass Normal.
  • He has a conflicted opinion on Zechs Marquise, because of him planning on destroying the Earth (even as a ruse), it would've lead to deaths on innocent people. He, however, is happy that Zechs admits his wrongs.
  • He is surprisingly not hot-blooded as other people who sound like him are. Outside battle, that is. If things got severe, those yells just came off...
  • Avoids the House of War because of the many tragedies that occur there. He makes exceptions when he visits Kamina, however. Or Guy Shishioh, who gives a commendation of his courage to do the right thing in spite of tragedies, more than just their similar voice. Well, Shiro has kind of wished that, should the fighting find him again, he'll have the chance to fight by their side.
  • Isn't sure if he should apply to the Gundam Corps, considering his views on the pointlessness of war. He'd certainly fit in skill-wise.
  • Gets along with Banagher Links, probably because when they converse in English, they sound the same

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    Pops Maellard 
Pops Maellard, God of Alleged Bosses (The Naive Man from Lolliland, Marvolo the Wizard, Mega Kranus, Chosen One, The Embodiment of Pure Good
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