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    Arokh and Rynn 
Arokh and Rynn, Co-Gods of the Bond
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Arokh (the dragon) and Rynn (the human)
  • Intermediate Gods
  • Symbol: Arokh's soul crystal
  • Theme Songs: Arokh, Rynn's Despair
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio
  • Domains: The Bond, Dragon Riding, Synchronization
  • Allies:
  • Complicated Friendship: Caim and Angelus
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: The Dovahkiin
  • Enemies: Acnologia, Alduin, Deathwing, evil dragon deities in general, Gwyn, Ripto, Leatherface, Miraak.
  • Arokh and Rynn were originally among those under consideration to represent dragon riders. Ultimately, though, that honor went to Caim and Angelus. However, having their souls bound as one, they were eventually chosen as the God and Goddess of the Bond.
  • They get along fairly well with Caim and Angelus, but their friendship is not completely without hurdles. Sometimes, Rynn and Arokh just can't agree with Caim's methods. They're not exactly sure what to make of their relationship either. Other than being distaff and spear counterparts to Caim and Angelus respectively, other deities have also noted that Rynn and Arokh are often the blue to their red.
  • Offhanded comments have been made to Arokh and Rynn in regards to their uncertainty about Angelus and Caim's relationship. Some deities have suggested that they can learn a thing or two from Skitty and Wailord. This does not amuse them.
  • Arokh and Rynn have a bit of a rocky relationship with the Dovahkiin, but they respect him and are even willing to work with him as long as he respects their boundaries, those boundaries being that he isn't allowed to lay one finger on Arokh. If he dies, Rynn's fate will be worse than death.
  • Gwyn absolutely detests Rynn and Arokh for their Bond, and Ripto is definitely in agreement. The feeling is nothing short of mutual, but Rynn and Arokh especially dislike Gwyn for his treatment of the Nameless King.
  • Rynn especially is disturbed by Leatherface, who wears a mask made of human flesh. He reminds her of the Flesh Mage, who took it further by wearing the skin of women as a full-blown cloak. Rynn maintains to this day that he is one of the best contenders for the most disturbing enemy she has ever fought.
  • Arokh and Rynn's Bond is an ultimate attestation of the alliance between dragon and man. As such, they are in complete opposition to Acnologia, Alduin, and Deathwing. They are especially frustrated by Acnologia's extreme hypocrisy.
  • Rynn has earned a lot of sympathy from good members of the House of Family due to what happened with her younger brother, Delon. Rynn bonded with Arokh just to save him, only for him to die in the end. She appreciates the gesture, but really wishes that they would stop bringing it up. Understandably, it's still a sensitive subject for her.
  • Additionally, it's worth noting that bringing up the death of Rynn's brother as her greatest failure as a means to mock or taunt her is not well-advised at all. Rynn is usually a pretty level-headed person, but do this and you will regret it.
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    Caim and Angelus 
Caim and Angelus, God and Goddess of Dragon Riders
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Older Caim and Angelus 

    The Dovahkiin 
Dovahkiin, God of Dragonslaying (The Last Dragonborn, The One They Fear, Douchebag the Jew)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A silver dragon emblem.
  • Theme Song: Dragonborn
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Shouting, Action Survivors, Chosen Ones, Inspiring Fear in Dragons, One-Man Armies, Soul Absorption, Dragon Riding.
  • Domains: Dragons, Magic, Fighting.
  • Followers: Dragonhunters of Tyria
  • Allies: Talos, Paarthurnax, Bahamut, Spyro, Lady Amalthea.
  • Rivals: Natsu Dragneel, Caim
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: The Puella Magi, the Elric Brothers.
  • Enemies: Nearly any dragon out there, Alduin, Miraak, Seto Kaiba, Godzilla (He thought it was a dragon), The Ebon Dragon, Ornstein and Smough, the Colossi
  • While Dovahkiin's appearance (along with alignment and personality) is often different, his/her more frequently seen look is a male Nord with brown hair and a short beard, wearing an Iron Helmet, Studded Armor, Iron Gauntlets, and Iron Boots.
  • Once went to the House of Music and got challenged to do a rap. So he did. These, three, songs are what he sang.
  • Many gods have learned not to make any "arrow to the knee"-jokes in his presence, unless they want to have both of their knees impaled and be blown through a wall. They tend to be one of his biggest Berserk Buttons.
  • Though there are many members of the pantheon who have a history of killing dragons, not many of them actually know their language (that can be used for powerful spells) or even know how to kill them permanently, since some dragons can return from the dead. That is where Dovahkiin comes in. Because of the fact that any dragon that dies in his presence will have their soul drained by him, thus adding to his power, he is feared amongst nearly all dragons. Even a few dragon gods fear him.
  • He made himself an enemy of Seto Kaiba ever since the day he destroyed his Blue Eyes White Dragon-shaped jet by shouting it apart.
  • He's not sure what to think of Bowser since he can't understand if he is a dragon, or an overweight Argonian who happens to be able to breath fire. Nobody has seemed to tell him the answer for some reason.
  • Since he's known for killing Dragons permanently, Daenerys Targaryen has made a point of not fighting with or pissing him off. Viserys, however, lacked such wisdom, or even a dragon to fight with
    • Now that Dany has ascended, she puts a lot of effort in keeping her own dragons under control lest Dovahkiin comes after them. She also can't understand why a dragonslayer is in the House of Dragons.
  • Is on relatively good terms with Bahamut, Bahamut explaining he isn't evil and the Dovahkiin pointing to his history with Paarthunax in his home universe as proof that he doesn't kill good dragons. Some reports say Bahamut taught him a Thu'um to summon him for aid if the Dovahkiin should be overwhelmed in battle, but considering his levels of power, it is unknown if this will ever be proven.
  • Despite showing prowess on par with a Lesser or even an Intermediate God, he has no wish to ascend beyond demigod status, as being partially mortal is the key to his Dragonrend shout, which cripples any dragon it hits.
    • However, the bureaucracy behind granting power positions seems to have forgotten that fact and now he's an intermediate God. Thankfully, his Dragonrend shout does not seem to have diminished in power.
  • After finding out that Mehrunes Dagon, perpetrator of the Oblivion Crisis, is apparently a powerful daemon affiliated with Tzeentch, the Dovahkiin has expressed hatred towards the God of Chaos, as Dagon's downfall resulted in the resurgence of the Nazi-like Aldmeri Dominion in the land of Tamriel (a series of events which was most likely planned by Tzeentch). However, the Dovahkiin has been rumored to wield Mehrunes' Razor, Dagon's powerful dagger that has a small chance of killing anything it cuts, so he may not be enemies with Tzeentch after all…
  • He has an intense hatred towards bears, claiming that they are stronger than a good number of the dragons he has slain. And don't even get him started on Giants. He has had some bad experiences with them to say the least.
  • The Puellae Magi are rather uneasy around him, mostly because his Item Crafting involves the destruction of Soul Gems. As such, whenever the Dovahkiin is taking quests from Madoka, he and any Puellae Magi involved have Teeth-Clenched Teamwork at best.
  • Despite being both dragonslayers, Dovahkiin does not exactly get along well with Ornstein and Smough, partly because the fanbases of the games they come from aren't on really good terms. He also dislikes the fact that Ornstein hunts dragons for sport and definitely does not approve of him obsessively hunting down Hyodo Issei. It doesn't help maters that Ornstein has begun calling him "Sir Douchebag the Jew".
    • Issei is instinctively afraid of him due to his nature as a dragon slayer, which is understandable given Issei's second death due to Samael's curse. Bahamut does reassure him that he would not attack allies, though, as long as Issei doesn't make any references to arrows and knees. Nonetheless, many have positively compared Issei to Dovahkiin as they're both equally badassnote .
    • After a certain revelation, both Issei and the Dovahkiin made peace and consider each other as friends as well as partner-in-crime.
  • After a little fiasco involving the first Dragonborn and a deal with Hermaeus Mora, the Dovahkiin gained the power of a Compelling Voice; when used on a dragon, it is forced to become his servant and steed. This has made his lethality on the battlefield increase tenfold; all beings, dragon or not, now have more reason to fear him.
  • Annie Leonhart, Reiner Braun, and Eren Yeager are amongst the few deities who he fears to fight without the aid a dragon. The reason for this is because they are shown to be FAR worse than any of the giants inhabiting Skyrim. This goes double for Bertolt Hoover, whose Titan form is larger than any of the others.
  • Horses and other steeds gain the odd ability to defy physics whenever he seats himself upon one. Some gods have begun to wonder what would happen if he used Derpy Hooves as a mount for one day.
  • May or may not have a mortal avatar in the form of The New Kid.
  • Dovahkiin and Spyro became friends after Hermaeus Mora tricked Dovahkiin into trying to attack Spyro. The two plan to attack Hermaeus Mora in retaliation, but before then, Dovahkiin wants Spyro to teach him the Words of Power for the Superflame shout.
  • After spending some time in the House of Sports, he picked up a few wrestling moves.
  • Was NOT happy to see Miraak during the fiasco that was his ascension. After Miraak escaped to the GUAE, the Dovahkiin has taken upon himself to go warn every person about Miraak and what he could do.

    Shino Aburame 
Shino Aburame, God of Insect Controllers (Shino-Sensei)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Aburame Clan symbol
  • Theme Song: His theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Controls insects, Beetle Maniac, Friend to Bugs, Heroic Host, Creepy Good, Combat Pragmatist, The Comically Serious, Cool Shades, The Quiet One, The Stoic, The Strategist
  • Domain(s): Insects, Ninjutsu, Strategy, Teaching
  • Followers: The Aburame Clan
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Terraformars, Oogie Boogie, Zouken Matou, Marguerite Baker
  • Avoids: Bacchus
  • A member of the Aburame Clan, Shino was offered to several special breeds of insects as a nest shortly after birth. These insects then lived in symbiosis with him as their host from that point on, feeding on his chakra and, in return, serving him in combat and allowing him to perform his clan's insect-based techniques. After graduating from the Academy, Shino was assigned to Team 8, becoming teammates with Hinata Hyūga and Kiba Inuzuka. Following the end of the Fourth Great Ninja War, Shino became a teacher at the Academy.
  • Shino and his clan originally ascended into the Pantheon as followers of Rick Taylor/The Terror Mask and Agitha. Impressed by his abilities, both deities sought to grant him a title. Eventually, they settled on Pest Controller, successfully ascending him as a god, much to the pride of his clan.
  • Shino spends most of his free time in the House of Insects, seeking to find and breed new insects. He's often accompanied by Agitha and Sig, who are both quite fascinated by his symbiotic relationship with his insects.
  • Due to his insect expertise, he's frequently called upon whenever any evil insect deities start causing trouble. He's particularly shown a special interest in trying to render the Terraformars less dangerous. However, their instinctual hatred of all Humans has made his efforts to approach and reason with them incredibly difficult and, so far, unsuccessful.
  • Shino's ability to control insects has caused Oogie Boogie and Zouken Matou, whose bodies are composed of insects, to generally avoid him. While Shino doesn't regard Oogie Boogie as much of a threat, he's interested in acquiring a couple of Zouken's crest worms in order to tame and even use them against him.
  • Shino strongly sympathises with Taylor Hebert, as she's a fellow insect controller. Shino wishes to get her away from a villainous lifestyle altogether to give her a better life.
  • Shino is enemies with Marguerite Baker, whose infection has made her bond with mold-infested insects, mostly wasps and centipedes. At one point, he fought against her while she was in her mutated form, which looks like an utterly grotesque walking insect hive. Although he opposes her on principle, he also began to pity her after learning that she is not crazy by choice but because she was infected and turned into that.
  • Being a teacher, Shino frequently visits the House of School. He's on good terms with Suzune, respecting the fact that she really cares for her students despite her occasionally harsh training. He also envies Onizuka, as he's respected and loved by his students while Shino himself receives almost no respect from his own students and isn't considered a particularly good teacher by his peers.
  • He generally avoids the House of Alcohol due to his alcohol abstinence. On one occasion, Bacchus, out of curiosity, tricked Shino into consuming alcohol. This resulted in Shino's insects becoming drunk as well and wreaking havoc across the pantheon until they were finally subdued. Shino has generally tried to avoid being anywhere near Bacchus ever since.
  • At one point, Shino and Naruto went on a mission during which Shino ate poison that forced him to laugh uncontrollably, which he normally never does. As Naruto is the only other person within the pantheon to have witnessed it, Shino has sworn him to silence on the matter.
  • Although normally quite stoic, Shino has a soft spot for cute fluffy animal dolls, which he denies whenever asked. He has also asked Boruto, who had once seen him doting on such a doll, to not tell people about it.
  • He strongly respects Spock, as they both serve as the logical members within their respective groups. Spock was quite fascinated by Shino's symbiotic relationship with his bugs and the two can occasionally be seen together playing either shogi or three-dimensional chess.
  • Surprisingly, Shino managed to become friends with Lea, as the two bonded over their shared desire to be remembered by others.

    Steve Irwin 
Steve Irwin, Keeper of Beasts (The Crocodile Hunter)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Saltwater Crocodile
  • Theme Song: Wildest Things In The World
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Catch Phrases, Crazy Awesome, Australia
  • Domains: All Biomes of the Earth, Courage, Animals
  • Follower: Brady Barr
  • On good terms with: The entire House of Beast, Philip J Fry
  • Opposes: Faceless threats of pollution, habitat destruction, and hippos. And Saxton Hale.
  • He died after a tragic sting by a stingray, and in sorrow all crocodiles in the earth shed sincere tears. Upon death, he entered the Pantheon, and all who had put "ironic crocodile fatality" in the betting pool lost dearly. He spends his spare time poking angels with sticks (avoiding the ones who are shrouded in holy fire and have multiple heads).
    • Xanatos suggested that the Council of Shadows bet that he would die in any way other than this, thus allowing him to fund phase three of his masterstroke.
  • He maintains a good relationship with Unohana Retsu, despite the latter's apology about her Shikai's form. He doesn't really hold a grudge against stingrays in general, and condemns those who slaughtered stingrays in the wake of his ascension.
  • The main tour guide of the Bestiary, who can keep visitors safe from any creature no matter how dangerous.
    • Even hippos, the one kind of animal he would not get near as a mortal, he can now pacify with just a word. It is a godly ability that makes his job much easier. Of course, before he discovered this ability, he was made uneasy when he first ran into Murray, a hippo. Now, however, the two of them are fine with each other. Not to the point of alliance, but Steve isn't afraid of Murray.
  • His heralds are his dog Suey, and two favourite crocodiles, Bindi and Graham.
  • Very good friends with Fry, having been impressed with his care of animals, most impressively the bone vampire. His head in a jar has taken Fry as a potential pupil.

    Yousuke Otoha/Karas 
Yousuke Otoha, God of Animal Motifs (Karas of Shinjuku, Doctor Karas, Otoha)
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Karas (with Yurine) 
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Lesser Gods

    Agitha 
Agitha, Goddess of Bug-Fanatics (Insect...Princess?)
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    Eliza Thornberry 
Elizabeth "Eliza" Thornberry, the Goddess Who Speaks Fluent Animal
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    Hazel Levesque 
Hazel Levesque, Goddess of Female Horse Enthusiasts (Favorite of Hecate, Centurion Levesque, Hedy Lamarr)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A bar of gold being clenched by a skeletal hand
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Girls who Love Horses, Natives of New Orleans, Heroic Sacrifices and Eventual Resurrections, Time Displacements, Pensieve Flashbacks, Geokinesis, Capable of Summoning Cursed Gemstones and Precious Metals, Unwanted Powers, Liminal Beings, Manipulators of the Mist
  • Domains: Death, Resurrection, Jewelry, Magic, Horses
  • Herald: Arion
  • Allies: Percy Jackson, Frank Zhang, Leo Valdez, Nico di Angelo, Annabeth Chase, Hecate, Tiana, Black Beauty, Maximus, Spirit, The Mane Six, The Crystal Gems
  • Enemies: Gaea, Kratos, Hades (Kid Icarus), Gregor Clegane
  • Opposes: Any death-related deities that want to reap her soul, such as Thanatos, Rin Tohsaka, Ghauri
  • Opposed by: The House of Commerce, Sam and Dean Winchester
  • Special Relationship with: Hades (her father), Persephone (her stepmother)
  • Interests: Madame Xanadu
  • Annoyed by: Biscuit Krueger
  • Daughter of a Louisianian fortune teller from the 1920s and Pluto, the Roman God of the Dead, Hazel was born with a very strange power; namely, she is able to control gems and other precious metals such as gold. Her mother, who was able to contact Pluto through magic, wished that he would give her all the riches of the earth itself so that she can escape poverty. However, this wish came with a terrible price, as all the jewels Hazel was able to conjure up turned to out be cursed to anyone who touched said jewels, leaving them just as poor as they were before. Soon after, Hazel's mother, under the possession of Gaea, whisked Hazel away to Alaska and forced her to use her cursed gems to construct the body of the giant known as Alcyoneus. However, before the process could be complete, Hazel called forth all the riches she could muster to sink the island that housed Alcyoneus' body, killing Hazel and her mother as well as delaying Alcyoneus' rise by several decades. Fortunately for Hazel, her sacrifice would not be the end of her story, as Nico di Angelo would revive her decades later, giving her a second chance to defeat Gaea once and for all.
  • Speaking of Nico di Angelo, he, along with Frank Zhang, Percy Jackson, Leo Valdez, and Annabeth Chase, were amongst the first deities to welcome Hazel into the pantheon, and celebrated her ascension with shrimp gumbo that Tiana had cooked up for the occasion. Hazel wouldn't stop crying Tears of Joy throughout the celebration.
    • Given that she was now in the same realm as her father, Hazel has made sure to stay away from Hades whenever she isn't in her temple. While some may find this cruel, Hades perfectly understands why she is keeping her distance, as although he knows that Hazel is still alive and well, he'll be forced to drag her back to the underworld should he encounter her again.
      • However, Hades did encounter Hazel once when she met his eviler counterpart. While Hazel made preparations for avoiding her father, she was completely unprepared to come face-to-face with the second Hades of the Pantheon, especially since this Hades had no familial love for Hazel like the original Hades did. Eager to stick it to his original counterpart, the second Hades swiftly destroyed Hazel's body so he could harvest her soul. Just as Hazel's soul was about to be erased from existence, a royally pissed off Hades punched the second Hades right in the jaw before proceeding to beat the everloving shit out of him as the ascended members of the Seven ran off with Hazel's soul to get her revived. After revival, the shaken Hazel has taken precautions to ensure that she would never encounter the second Hades again.
    • When she was informed of Hazel's arrival within the Pantheon, Persephone, who hates any children that Hades has had with mortal women, said that she held no ill will whatsoever towards Hazel right before she subconsciously crushed a wine glass she was drinking out of. Rather than have Hazel and Persephone talk their issues out, Nico has opted to keep Hazel as far away from Persephone as humanly possible, as he knows that Hazel's encounter with Persephone will simply end with her being turned into a dandelion.
    • Like Frank, Hazel dislikes the fact that Thanatos is here in the Pantheon with her, especially since unlike Frank, she has to go out of her way to avoid him since he'll take her back to the underworld should he find her. Her irritation has increased when she heard about Frank having to outrun a soul-hungry, hooded version of Thanatos.
    • Hecate was quite pleased to hear that her favorite had managed to ascend to the Pantheon, especially since she helped Hecate fight off her giant counterpart, Clytius. Unfortunately for Hazel, Hecate's approval of her has inadvertently attracted the attention of Sam and Dean Winchester, both of whom have decided to monitor Hazel for the time-being in case she turns out to be as dangerous as Hecate.
    • Upon hearing about her upcoming ascension, an infuriated Gaea stormed into the Court of the Gods to petition for her son Alcyoneus to ascend intsead of Hazel. To the surprise of noone, her demands fell on deaf ears as Hazel was able to ascend unimpeded. Unperturbed by this chain of events, Gaea has resolved to do the next best thing: ensure that Hazel stays dead this time around.
  • In addition to Thanatos, Hazel has made sure to avoid the House of Life and Death out of fear that at least one of the numerous death entities that roam its halls would try to reap her soul. Given that Death (Final Destination) has made public its plans to have Hazel trampled by a stampede of horses, this fear is not unfounded.
  • Given her powers, it was inevitable for her to cross paths with the House of Commerce. Initially, the House was elated to have encountered a girl who could summon the earth's riches to her location, and quickly gathered as many of said riches they could find in spite of Hazel's objections. Soon after, however, the cursed riches began to take their toll on the House when its inhabitants started gruesomely dying all over the place. The most noteworthy deaths were that of the House's three managers, which consisted of Scrooge Mc Duck breaking all of his bones trying to swim through his gold, Mr. Burns being reduced to a skeleton after another meltdown at his nuclear plant, and Seto Kaiba somehow getting his soul sucked out during a children's card game. The only one who managed to avoid an untimely end was Mr. Krabs, who, after acquiring the largest amount of cursed riches within the house, stated that there was no curse to begin with before he was transported to an unknown location:
    [Cut to a steamed Mr. Krabs lying down on a plate in a pitch-black room]
    Mr. Krabs: Ugggh where am I?
    [A plastic cup full of melted butter is placed next to Mr. Krabs]
    Mr. Krabs: What's going on here?
    [A gigantic man sits down in front of Mr. Krabs and puts on a bib that says "THE END"]
    Mr. Krabs: Uh oh. I do believe in curses! I do believe in curses! I do believe in curses! Ooooh Nooooooooo!!!
    • Unsurprisingly, the House quickly fell out of love with Hazel and now views her as one of the biggest threats to the House's continued existence. It has gotten to the point where several members within the House have hired thousands of picketers to protest Hazel's deification outside the Court of the Gods, much to the court's annoyance.
  • Even though she tries to downplay her curse as much as possible, a few deities have taken interest in her specifically because of her curse:
    • Initially, she had earned the enmity of the Crystal Gems, as they believed that power to summon cursed jewels was some sort of euphemism for summoning corrupted gem monsters. Thankfully, hostilities were cleared up when Steven managed to have a talk with Hazel, where he learned about her powers and the origins of her curse. Empathizing with her situation, Steven offered to have the Crystal Gems help her out by collecting whatever cursed gems pop up in her midst, since Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl can reform should their physical bodies be damaged; an offer which Hazel accepted for the time-being. While Hazel was and still is hesitant about her alliance with the Crystal Gems, she is still appreciative of the fact that she doesn't have to carry the burden of the curse alone.
    • Unlike others in the Pantheon, Rin Tohsaka actually likes Hazel's curse, as she sees Hazel as her chance to gain an infinite supply of gems for her Jewel magic. Because of this, Hazel has made it a point to make sure that her gems do not end up in Rin's hands. After all, she already has to deal with gemstones that cause misfortune to fall upon anyone that takes them. She doesn't want to start dealing with gemstones that explode.
      • Speaking of those who wish to weaponize her gemstones, Ghauri, an adept who was capable of manipulating and creating crystalline objects, once arrived outside her temple with an offer to join Zonda and the Seven. Hazel declined however, as although she thought Ghauri was friendly, he was still working with Super Supremacists that hated humanity with a passion. That, and Ghauri's rhymes were too horrible for Hazel to tolerate.
    • Having heard about her ability to summon precious gemstones, the jewelry-obsessed Biscuit Krueger started camping outside Hazel's temple until Hazel caved in and summoned forth some gemstones in spite of Hazel's objections. Unfortunately for Hazel, gemstones would still pop outside of temple for Biscuit to snatch up. As a result, this kickstarted a cycle where Biscuit would suffer some form of Cruel and Unusual Death (Ranging from being run over repeatedly by Dom Toretto, drowning in the House of Water & Moisture, getting accidentally stomped on by Eren Yeager's titan form, or simply dropping dead just a few feet outside Hazel's temple), only to come back later to camp outside Hazel's temple for more Jewels, much to Hazel's dismay.
  • In her world, Hazel had a natural affinity for horses as they were only living creatures that didn't mind her presence whereas everyone else feared and hated her due to her lineage. Not to mention that when she was riding horses, she would go so fast that there was no chance for cursed gemstones to pop up in her wake, making it seem as if she momentarily free from her curse. So when she found out about the House of Ungulates, she was positively giddy, and explored the house for the better part of the day. By the end, she successfully managed to befriend Black Beauty, who sympathizes with Hazel's plight, and Maximus, who ended up making Hazel laugh with his dog-like behavior.
    • Hazel also took a shine to Spirit due to his resemblance to her horse in her original world, Arion. Although the horse is hostile to anyone who tries to ride him, Spirit in turn respects the young lady not only for her love of horses, but also for her role in freeing Arion from the Amazons in her world, which endeared her to Spirit even further. Hazel's friend Percy was actually glad that Hazel was bonding with Spirit, as unlike Arion, Spirit doesn't swear like a sailor.
    • Hearing about how the temple of Female Horse Enthusiasts has finally been filled, Pinkie Pie, along with the rest of the Mane Six, almost instantaneously threw one of Pinkie Pie's infamous parties to commemorate the occasion, much to Hazel's delight. Her delight promptly gave way to horror when she found out that Rarity had made Hazel a gem-encrusted dress with some of the gemstones that laid outside Hazel's temple. Just as Rarity was about to ask if that was a bad thing to do, Hazel's temple was enveloped in one gigantic explosion, destroying the temple and everyone in it. Still, in spite of the explosive ending, Hazel admits that the party and the dress were still some of the nicest things that anyone has ever gave her.
    • After learning about how he beheaded his horse for failing him in a joust, Hazel immediately confronted Gregor Clegane to have him explain why he committed such a heinous deed. Defiant, Gregor stared at her in the eyes and listed all the crimes he committed during his time in Westeros. As Gregor went through his list, Hazel simply stared wordlessly at him. After Gregor was done, Hazel grabbed a few of the gemstones that laid scattered around feet and handed them to Gregor before running back to her temple. Initially, Gregor laughed, thinking that the girl was some coward who ran away at the first sign of trouble. Before he could do anything with the gems, however, the scattered remains of the Black Cat Mantaray came crashing down onto his head, killing Gregor. Watching the whole thing from afar, Hazel smiled and went to gather more gemstones so she could send them Gregor's temple later.
  • Having heard about her proficiency for sorcery in addition how her mother was a fortune-telling sorceress as well, Madame Xanadu has taken an interest in Hazel, and plans on keeping an eye on her to track her progress through the Pantheon.
  • Shares her fellow demigods' disdain for the likes of Kratos, especially since he ended up killing Hades even though her father had legitimate grievances against Kratos. Unlike Nico, she also took umbrage with Kratos' killing of Persephone, even if Persephone absolutely deserved her death at Kratos' hands. When Nico asked about this, Hazel simply stated although she's well aware of how horrible Persephone is, she still condemns Kratos for killing since she believes that Persephone's death caused her father to be more susceptible to the sin of Rage.

    May Chang and Xiao-Mei 
May Chang and Xiao-Mei, Duumvirate Deities of Owners and Pets Who Mimic Each Other (May: Mei Chan, Princess Chang | Xiao-Mei: Shao May)
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    Rubeus Hagrid 
Rubeus Hagrid, God of Naive Animal Lovers (Hagrid, Professor Hagrid, Hagger)
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(Hagrid, Hagger)

    Sabrina Spellman 
Sabrina Spellman, Goddess of Witches With Feline Companions (Sabrina Sawyer, Kirby)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her silhouette with white hair
  • Theme Song: This or "Here Comes Sabrina" for Japanese deities
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, but can slips into Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Naïve Everygirl, Plucky Girl, being half-human in a Witch Species, Badass Adorable, Cute Witch, Extraordinarily Empowered Girl, has a Missing Mom, Inept Mage because she is Brilliant, but Lazy and has to fix her problem
  • Domain: Magic, Family, Love, Personality, Profession
  • Herald: Her crush, Harvey Kinkle
  • Followers: Morwen
  • Allies: Her cat Salem Saberhagen, Frank West, April O'Neil, Lois Lane, Jade, Sonic, Kiki, Coraline Jones and Chihiro Ogino
  • Enemies: LIBBY CHESSLER, CTHULHU, any evil deities in the Magic house, Nyarlathotep, HP Lovecraft, Cheryl Blossom, Arthas Menethil, Taria de Castillo.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Philemon
  • Conflicting Opinion: Archie Andrews, Veronica Lodge, Betty Cooper (mostly from their side)
  • Opposed by: Lee Everett and Clementine (mostly from their side)
  • Pitited by: Tallahassee, Jaina Proudmore
  • Herald: Her aunt Hilda and Zelda Spellman
  • People wonder how her position works, as they point out that Salem also has a temple of his own while he is by default required to be on her side most of the time. She solves this problem by taking Salem's lesser known comicbook version to her temple while let the live-action version to manage his own temple.
  • Asked for help from the House of Health and Disease to figure out what mitosis is.
  • Tries to stay away from Libby Chessler as far as possible after their ascension. However, this proves to be futile as Libby actively seeks out Sabrina to torment her. Although Libby is confused about Sabrina position, she still taunting Sabrina anyway because of the effect from the Status Quo (and just because).
  • Strikes up a friendship with Inuyasha due to their experience of being discriminate because of being a Half-Human Hybrid. She wished him the best and hopes for Kagome's effort to rescue him.
  • Became friends with fellow journalists in the Pantheon like Lois Lane, Jade, April O'Neil and Frank West over their love for journalism. However, they expressed that they think it might effect journalistic integrity given the fact that Sabrina is a witch. She responds by saying that she will only reports news from the magic world and let them handle the rest.
  • Her life has been... interesting after the discovery of an alternative universe in which she unwittingly triggered a Zombie Apocalypse and was sent to Purgatory by her own aunts due to her recklessness.
    • Sabrina's initial action after this discovery is to plunges into a deep depression and hides alone in her temple for days because of how much tragedy her action cost. It took a pep talk from Salem and a visit from her aunts for her show her face out of the outside world.
      • During her crisis, she was visited by Arthas Menethil who tried to convince Sabrina to embrace her dark side like he did in order to develop this power further while also suggests that his faction always welcomes a good necromancy-related magic user with open arms and maybe a new Lich King / Queen... only for her to throws his words back to his face by saying that she would never work for the forces of darkness and points out that at her worst, this version of her only turned to necromancy out of a well-meaning action to resurrect her friend Jughead's dog. Arthas's action drew Sabrina and Jaina closer together as the latter cannot believe that he would stoop so low to exploit a teenager at her weakest moment.
    • Her action from this timeline caused her former friends Archie, Betty and Veronica to become wary of her after her ascension while Cheryl Blossom outright declares her to be an enemy. While Cheryl's official reason if that she is upset because she was forced to flee Riverdale because of Sabrina and, unlike the rest of her friends, she doesn't really know enough about Sabrina as a person to sympathize with her, most deities think it is because she is rightfully Squicked out because of her "relationship" with her twin brother Jason in this timeline, as well as his death (whatever the heck that caused it).
    • Her action also earned the ire of Lee Everett and Clementine as they had first hand knowledge of how harsh such apocalypse can affect a person. The only zombie-related person that support her is Tallahassee, and that mostly because she reminds him of Witchita and Little Rock from his world and feels pity for her because of the Heroic BSoD she went through.
    • After this discovery, she has been seeking help from the House of Magic to stop things like this from happen ever again.
    • Was horrified when she discovered that her action also cost the awakening of Cthulhu and she was forced to his bride. This caused her to be wary of ever come close to the vicinity of the House of Otherness. She also became wary of Lovecraft after encountering a doctor with the same last name at him in Purgatory.
    • Her action of awakening Cthuhlu attracts the attention of Nyarlathotep who saw what kind of Chaos Sabrina is capable of and seeks to corrupt her into working for him. This caused her to enter an uneasy alliance with Philemon in order to keep Nyarly at bay.
  • Was NOT pleased when she heard a predator has ascended into the Pantheon. While somewhat relief that it is different from the one that killed her, Sabrina still doesn't take any chance.

    Sakaki 
Miss Sakaki, Goddess of Cat Lovers
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Maya, her pet Iriomote Cat
  • Theme Songs: Shin wa Shoujo Parachute (The Heart is a Girl's Parachute) and Mahou Neko Ni Aeru Hi Wa (The Day I Meet the Magic Cat) (feat. Chiyo-chan)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Profile: Kind Hearted Cat Lover, Huge School Girl, finally getting a cat to respect her
  • Domains: Good, Strength, Healing, Nature, Protection
  • Allies: Chiyo Mihama, Ayumu "Osaka" Kasuga, Yukari Tanizaki, Alphonse Elric, Steve Irwin, Mufasa, Yutaka Kobayakawa, Red XIII, Bagheera, Yotsuba Koiwai,
  • Enemies: Greebo (because he reminds her of that cat that would torment her), Omega, anyone who encourages cruelty to cats
  • Odd Friendship with: Beerus, Asuka Langley Soryu
  • The day Miss Sakaki ascended was the day that cats finally figured out that she is their friend. She cried Tears of Joy from that act of kindness. Is very protective of Chiyo, who she sees as like a little sister.
  • Has an understandably tense relationship with Jerry. The two have an uneasy truce due to the fact that because of his Karmic Trickster nature, Jerry usually only inflicts his wrath on a cat after being provoked first. But, like many cat lovers, Sakaki's sympathies are usually with Tom when the two of them clash.
  • Even Eric Cartman respects her kindness towards cats, as he himself went so far as to hide all the cats of South Park inside his own home after they became outlawed for their urine proving to be an influential drug.
  • It should be noted that Sakaki likes a lot of animals commonly considered cute; it's just that cats are her favorite animal. One example of Sakaki liking animals other than cats: one time, back in the mortal world, when someone compared her to a fearsome wolf, Sakaki pictured a wolf pup. At another point, she seemed jealous that Chiyo was able to ride on the back of her pet dog, Tadakichi-san. As she followed Chiyo and Tadakichi, she focused on Chiyo and murmured: "So lucky... Tadakichi-san... So lucky..." Yet another time, Yomi heard that Sakaki thought bears were cute and got her a can of "bear stew". Sakaki, needless to say, was absolutely disgusted.
  • One day, Lord Shen had caught Sakaki's Iriomote mountain cat kitten Maya spying on his scheming. He decided to make an example and captured the tiny feline. It was Bagheera the panther who came to the rescue, managing to fight off the Peacock long enough to escape with the kitten in tow. Sakaki was so grateful for the Panther's help, becoming close friends afterward. In fact, Sakaki often turns to Bagheera to watch over Maya when she's away at school.
  • Is on fairly good terms with Yotsuba, whose legion of depraved Poisonous Friend followers are also known for their love of cats.
  • She also gets along well with Alphonse Elric due to their love of cats.
  • She is on surprisingly good terms with Asuka Langley Soryu, and is one of the few people whom the fiery, red-headed Tsundere will have a calm conversation. The reason? It turns out Asuka is nearly as much of a cat-lover as Sakaki herself.
  • She has even managed to gain the respect of Beerus, believe it or not. Despite being a god of destruction, Beerus was flattered by Sakaki's amazement at such a powerful feline being, and as a result she is one of the few humans in the Pantheon he bears no ill will towards.

    Sig 
Sig, God of Bug Catchers
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A ladybug above his red left arm
  • Theme Music: In the Middle of a Stroll; Rapid Carefree Advice
  • Alignment: True Neutral with mild Good tendencies
  • Portfolio: Friend to Bugs, Half-Human and Half-Demon, Very Unemotive (But Not Always), Hair Antennae, Weird-Looking Left Arm
  • Domains: Bugs, Appearance
  • Fascinated by: All ascended bugs (notably Bug-Type Pokemon)
  • Allies: Arle Nadja, Agitha, Villager
  • Opposes: Barroth
  • Annoyed at: Ragnaros
  • Odd Relations: Guzma, Schezo Wegey
  • Half-human, half-demon, and not very expressive, Sig is someone who would rather keep to himself most of the time in addition to not being too hung up on the fact that he's half-demon. Other than his friends, bugs are the one thing that consistently interest him, evidence being that not only is he kind towards them, he also collects him. That red arm he has as an indicator of him being half-demon has been used to house a family of bugs. There's also a ladybug that follows him around quite a bit.
  • While he didn't have much of a reaction to being told he got a spot in the Pantheon, Sig did take an interest in the fact that it housed plenty of bugs that he had never heard of before. Among the bugs that he's been looking at are the various Bug-type Pokemon, many of which are stronger than normal insects. Sig has considered having a Bug-type Pokemon follow him around, but he's pretty content with that ladybug of his for now.
    • There were also a variety of insects that he found could be considered malicious, such as Queen Sectonia. It doesn't really mean much to Sig, given his stoic demeanor and his interest in insects, and while he does run the risk of potentially getting attacked by antagonistic bugs, Sig does have magical abilities.
  • Sig became fast friends with fellow bug fanatic Agitha and the two are often seen together looking for bugs. Agitha does find it strange (even taking into account her own eccentric attitude) how Sig's red arm is a place to store bugs that he collects.
  • Whenever the Villager goes bug-hunting, there's a good chance that Sig will tag along with them and sometimes engage in a friendly competition: catching the most insects in a short period of time. Sig even tried showing off some of the bugs he has to the Villager once, though they politely declined that request.
  • A bug-searching outing of his resulted in him chasing around a scorpion and a tarantula for a bit. Eventually, the scorpion and the tarantula retaliated against him, causing a skirmish between them, though Sig came out of the fight with only a few injuries. He was later told by someone that the scorpion and tarantula weren't insects, much to his indifference.
  • Hoping to find another deity who shared an interest in bugs, Sig ended up witnessing a quick Pokemon battle between Guzma and Red. Sig noticed that Guzma relied on Bug-type Pokemon and after the fight was over, Sig asked Guzma if he liked bugs as well. Guzma simply said it was his choice to have a team of mainly bug-type Pokemon, but Sig told him that he's interested in bug-type Pokemon. Guzma took it as a sign that Sig wanted to be a Pokemon trainer, to which Sig replied something along the lines of "I would if I could have bug-type Pokemon follow me around". Guzma told him that it may take a bit of time for Sig to be skilled with Pokemon, but could oversee his progress should Sig take up being a part-time trainer. No one's sure how all this could turn out, but since Guzma has been mostly behaving himself, plenty are confident that this won't turn out bad (or at least, Sig won't pick up on his more unsavory habits).
    • This ended up getting the attention of Ash Ketchum, who had a feeling that Guzma was going to do something bad to Sig. Even if he's used plenty of other Pokemon in addition to Bug-types, Ash insisted that if there's someone who wants to teach Sig about Pokemon and Bug-types, it would be him and has reached out to him a number of times, with some of these instances causing him to come into conflict with Guzma.
  • Ragnaros and his tendency to call beings inferior to him "insect" is something that Sig isn't amused by to say the least (even if by "insects", Sig means bugs, not anything else). The fact that Ragnaros seems to enjoy setting things on fire (which in turn would lead to burnt bugs) just adds to Sig's dislike of the Firelord.
  • Despite being part-demon, Sig doesn't spend much of his time with other demons (or other part-demon deities for that matter). Even if his demonic heritage isn't a major issue for him, some evil demons have considered targeting him, but he's a low priority for them for the time being. While Sig has some decent magic abilities, they definitely aren't on the same level compared to a lot of other demons or half-demons.
  • He had a rather bad run-in with Barroth when Sig was watching some bugs one time. Barroth decided to eat some bugs that Sig was watching and ended up making him just a bit annoyed enough to cause a brief skirmish between Sig and Barroth. That spat wasn't anything significant as it ended with the Barroth getting some scratches and Sig having plenty of mud covered on him.
  • One time, Schezo Wegey went after Sig's red arm, believing it to house some sort of potential power. By the time Schezo caught up to Sig, Schezo found out that the red arm was used to house a family of bugs and since Sig was defeated in Puyo-Tetris battle (the whole thing happened when the worlds of Puyo Puyo and Tetris merged, though Sig knowing about how to play Tetris to some degree is another discussion), Schezo would be responsible for the well-being of the bugs. Needless to say, Schezo changed his mind about the arm after that. This could be considered some weird analogy about marriage and the realization of having to tend to a family, but it's possible that that would be reading too much into it...

Quasideities

    Iwashiro Tesshou 
Iwashiro Tesshou, God of Kindly Veterinarians
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: His goggles; the R.E.D.symbol
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: A Kindly Vet who is a Friend to All Children and Living Things; Has a Perfect Pitch; A Skilled Surgeon who is Awesome by Analysis and Passionate Determination despite being an Idiot Hero; Named his pet nurse-dog, Dog
  • Domains: Vets, Keen Sense of Hearing, Passionate Idiot Heroes
  • Followers: His friends and allies from R.E.D. and Meiou University, as well as the people and animals that he had helped (though he is still scared witless of Tsukasa Ryoutou); any vet who wishes to save lives, even the smallest of animals
  • Herald: His nurse-dog, Dog
  • Allies: Many of the good-aligned Gods, especially in the Houses of Beast, Nature, Friendship, Family and even Knowledge
  • Opposes: Anyone who takes advantage of the misfortune of others, be it human or animal
  • The Gods in the House of Knowledge noted that they lacked a suitable representative of veterinary knowledge despite having a God of Medicine (a.k.a. Dr. Gregory House), and Tony Tony Chopper who can speak to animals. While they were discussing about electing a God of Veterinarians with the Houses of Nature and Beasts, which was a given as the two houses would need a good vet for the animals that live in there, Steve Irwin remembered that he had met a vet from the R.E.D. before his own ascension and thus decided to contact them to recommend a vet for ascension. Seeing no harm in it, the other gods agreed to it.
  • When the vet failed to appear at the scheduled time, the gods got frustrated and assumed that no one would come for the ascension. They got a pleasant surprise when they realised that the representative vet from R.E.D., Iwashiro Tesshou, had actually arrived earlier than expected but had ended up spending most of his time in the House of Beasts to treat the sick animals there alongside with Fluttershy who quickly accepted him as a friend. After witnessing his dedication and skills first hand, despite his Book Dumb nature, the gods quickly decided to make him the official vet-deity of the pantheon.
  • Although Tesshou was originally supposed to be placed in the House of Knowledge, it was decided that he would be placed in the House of Beasts instead. The reason is twofold:
    • Firstly, Tesshou's major characteristic is his determination to help sick and injured animals, not his "encyclopaedic" knowledge of veterinary work. Nevertheless, he is known to do a lot of studying so that he can better help his patients, thereby granting him an honorary place in the House of Knowledge.
    • In addition, being placed in the House of Beasts would allow Tesshou to respond more quickly to give treatment to his patients, something which Tesshou is happy to accept.
  • Given his position as a vet, Tesshou is given a considerable amount of respect, or at least tolerance, by even some of the more aggressive animals in the House of Beasts (few would want to harm one's own well-meaning doctor/vet after all). He also visits the House of Technology on occasion given his skills in modifying motorcycles.
  • As Tesshou has a bad habit of overworking himself, Tony Tony Chopper and Fluttershy volunteered to give him a helping hand so that he can get some rest. Sakaki, who aspires to become a vet, was more than happy to accept him as her veterinary teacher.

    Rusty 
Rusty, God of Chronic Pet Killing
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