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Greater Gods

    Koh 
Koh, The Divine Face Stealer
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The silhouette of his normal face surrounded by his claws.
  • Theme: "Koh."
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Known for stealing and collecting faces, One of the oldest spirits in existence, Son of the Mother of Faces, resembles a human-faced centipede, Arch-enemy to Avatar Kuruk, Blue-and-Orange Morality, Affably Evil, Big Bad of the Spirit World flash game, Only Known By His Nickname, White Mask of Doom, Malevolent Masked Men, estranged from and misses his mother.
  • Domains: Spirits, Faces, Theft, Horror, Antiquity
  • High Priest: Jaqen H'ghar
  • Respects: Raava and Vaatu, Giratina
  • Interested In: Arya Stark, No Face, Charles Victor Szasz/The Question
  • Odd Friendship: The Slender Man, Starro The Conqueror
  • Enemies: Yukako Yamagishi, Koichi Hirose, Sean Archer and Castor Troy, Mario, Cyrus
  • Opposes: AM
  • Feared By: The Hall of Facial Attributes
  • Opposed by: The Doctor, The Five Survivors, Chihiro Ogino, Toph Beifong
  • Pities: Christiane Génessier
  • Complicated Relationship: Avatar Wan, Avatar Aang, Avatar Korra
  • There are two plains of reality; the Mortal World and the Spirit World. Long ago, the two realms existed as one, but during the Harmonic Convergence, as the tension between the humans and spirits blossomed into conflict, the first Avatar, Wan, sealed the portals to the Spirit World, separating the two realms. Travelling to the Spirit World, especially for non-Avatar humans, is extremely rare... but anyone who dares set foot must do so with the utmost caution, for there exists an ancient spirit with an infamous reputation. His name is Koh, but most know him simply as... the Face Stealer. Show any emotion, even the slightest expression, and he will steal your face and add it to his collection. And the victim? Their body is left a blank slate; trapped between life and death in a cruel purgatory. This fate has befallen many in the past and not even the Avatar is safe from Koh. When Aang came to the Spirit World to find the moon and ocean spirits, Koh provided the young Avatar with the information he needed... while still trying to steal his face. The attempt failed, but as Aang left, Koh knew they would meet again... And sure enough they did. After his near-death experience with Princess Azula, Aang's spirit wandered the Spirit World, trying to reconnect with his previous Avatar lives. Koh was a constant torment for the young Airbender, testing his knowledge on the past lives and trying to steal Aang's face. Alas, Koh failed and Aang was able to reconnect with the other Avatars. But if Koh is anything he is patient. He would meet Aang again, even if it took another few reincarnations.
  • It was a normal day as ever in the Pantheon, but it quickly turned ugly when several mortals were reported to have lost their faces. and were still alive. Avatar Aang was called in to investigate and upon looking at the victims, quickly realized who was responsible. Aang travelled to the Spirit World to confront Koh, only to discover his successor, Avatar Korra, was evading the ancient being. Aang managed to quell the fighting before Korra could have her face stolen and asked how Koh found his way to the Pantheon. Koh explained he had known of the Pantheon for a long time and had travelled to it in search of faces to take. Despite his attempted theft, Koh held no ill will to the two Avatars and happily welcomed himself into the Pantheon as a God... not that it made either Aang or Korra happy.
    • Koh's temple leads directly to his lair; deep beneath an ancient tree in the Spirit Wilds. Most don't dare go there, considering what he does to his "guests." Only those with strong emotional control can enter and meet Koh... but it's better to have an Avatar with you. Trust us.
  • Koh's obsession with faces led to him discovering the Faceless Men of Braavos. These assassins specialize in wearing the faces of other people and shapeshifting to carry out their assignments. Though initially wanting to steal every face in the guild's collection, he decided against it. The Faceless Men served to grant the gift of death to appease their Many-Faced God and Koh figured he could use that to his advantage. Koh struck a deal with the Faceless Men. They'd assassinate a few victims and allow the Face Stealer to take the price. Through them, Koh encountered Arya of House Stark, who managed to remain calm before the great spirit. So impressed as he that Koh will sometimes enlist Arya in "acquiring" new faces for him to collect. Arya's family, particularly her father Lord Eddard, was unhappy about the arrangement and has tried to keep her away from Koh.
    • As part of their aforementioned deal, the Faceless Men offered one of their own as Koh's High Priest. A skilled assassin. A man who, at one particular point, was a Lorathi prisoner known as Jaqen H'ghar. He was freed by Arya and in return, offered to kill three targets for her, which she used to save herself and a few of her companions from enemy forces at Harrenhal. The two humans don't speak to each other much anymore, but Koh calls upon Jaqen to lure the occasional unsuspecting soul to his lair. It's a risky partnership; Koh could take Jaqen's face at any time... except Faceless Men have many faces to wear. And besides, good assassins are hard to come by.
  • As one of the oldest spirits in his home realm, Koh has a fair amount of respect for Raava and Vaatu, the primordial personifications of light and darkness. He tries to not get in their way, knowing full well their true powers and their shared connection to the Avatar. Koh discovered there were other deities in the Pantheon that matched Raava and Vaatu's power, even surpassing them. One such being was the Renegade Pokémon, Giratina, who resides in the topsy-turvy Distortion World, a plain of existence similar to the Spirit World. Koh and Giratina, though not friends, share a mutual respect for one another, with the latter allowing Koh to travel to the Distortion World and punish anyone who would dare disturb the peace. One such target is Team Galactic's leader Cyrus, who's proven to be quite difficult due to his normally blank expression. Apparently, being around so many Eldritch Abominations doesn't phase him anymore.
  • It's no secret that Koh and the ascended Avatars have a, suffice to say, complicated relationship. The reason for it doesn't lie with Korra, Aang or even Wan. No, it really lies with Koh punishing Korra and Aang's past life, Avatar Kuruk, for neglecting his duties to the spirits. You see, Kuruk was set to marry a young woman named Ummi, but just before they could tie the knot, Koh lured Ummi into the Spirit World and stole her face. In response, Kuruk ventured into the Spirit World to kill Koh in revenge. But he couldn't do it, knowing that his lost love would die alongside the Face Stealer. Despite this, Koh holds no true grudge against other Avatars, knowing that they're all different incarnations. Doesn't stop him from trying to steal their faces if they ever decide to enter his lair.
    • Surprisingly, Aang and Korra's blind Earthbending friend Toph Beifong didn't trust Koh all too much, not just because he's hard to throw a rock at. Turns out that Toph had an encounter and fight with the Face Stealer in an alternate timeline, which ended in her losing her face after letting loose a Grin of Audacity. Koh remembers the incident well and is looking forward to taking the Blind Bandit's face once more.
  • In a realm full of deities with expressive faces to choose from, it's no surprise that Koh has made a few enemies along the way. A few of his unfortunate victims include Yukako Yamagishi, who had stumbled upon his lair while waiting for her boyfriend Koichi Hirose. Her signature eye twitch nearly spelt her doom but Hirose saved her at the last second. With Aang's help, the two managed to escape with their faces intact. But they weren't the only ones to run into the Face Stealer. FBI agent Sean Archer and terrorist Castor Troy may hate each other's guts, but their time swapping faces drew Koh's attention, forcing them to team together and try to kill the spirit. It didn't work out so well. They nearly lost their faces but Koh is a patient one. He'll get some new additions to his collection one way or another.
    • He also learned of five particular human beings - Gorrister, Nimdok, Benny, Ted and Ellen - survivors of a post-apocalyptic future who were kept prisoners for the Allied Mastercomputer to torture. Koh was initially intrigued by these five survivors and AM offered them to the spirit to torment. But Koh wasn't interested in torture for the sake of torture. The faces would be stolen on his own accord, not if they were served to him on a silver plate. He left the temple but made one simple request to AM. "Let them free. Only then will we see if they can scream without a mouth." AM has yet to follow through, fearing that Koh's face stealing will ruin his fun.
  • Interestingly enough not everyone in the Pantheon has a face. Charles Victor Szasz, better known as The Question, caught Koh's eye due to his lack of facial characteristics. He inquired to the detective on where his face had gone, to which Question led the spirit on with various conspiracy theories and ludicrous ideas on what happened. Of course, Koh could tell a liar when he hears one, but he decided to let the human off the hook. But he trails the Question from time to time, hoping to steal a criminal face before they can be brought to justice.
    • Italian plumber and gaming icon Mario isn't a being one would consider being a potential enemy to the Face Stealer, but as it turns out Nintendo's mascot has a lot of reasons to distrust Koh. In the Paper timeline, Mario had to contend with the Disco-loving Hole Punch, who had a habit of punching the faces of the toads in their captivity. They also put Mario through the same ordeal. Not that it stopped him. In fact, Mario was able to still attack and decimate the hole puncher even after his face was stolen. Koh knows better than to tangle with someone who can still fight without a face. Not that Mario wants to lose his face in the first place.
  • The reason Koh collects faces isn't out of true malice. In a way, it's a way of remembering his mother, the aptly named Mother of Faces. This longing to be reunited with his mother led to Koh making a few rather unexpected friends. Along with the Slender Man, Koh found an ally in the form of Starro, a starfish-like alien race who control their victims by latching onto their faces and mind-controlling them. Koh will use Starro and its legion to bring in additional victims to spice things up a bit. On one such occasion, Koh and Starro found themselves being confronted by The Doctor. The Face Stealer had heard about The Doctor and their multiple incarnations, comparing them to the Avatar in terms of faces. So many faces, so many opportunities... The Doctor avoids Koh as a result.
  • Koh has very few allies in the Pantheon, given his infamous reputation. Among the few deities he managed to "befriend" was The Slender Man, a strange faceless being who often hunts down unwary beings travelling in its forest. Koh got along well with Slender, often letting it lure victims to his temple for, well, face stealing purposes. It was how they encountered a young woman named Christiane Génessier, whose original face was destroyed in a car accident and having to witness her father kidnap innocent women to remove their faces to restore her own. In a rare moment of disgust and pity, Koh spared Christiane and requested Slender to take her to the Mother of Faces.
  • The signature white Noh mask Koh wears certainly drew a few comparisons between him and a similar-looking spirit named No-Face. Instead of hunting for faces, No-Face is influenced by his surroundings and can either be a calm, kind-hearted individual or a gluttonous, greedy monster who desired attention. No-Face entered Koh's temple by complete accident while waiting for his friend. Kod decided to keep the lonely spirit company until they arrived... allowing him to earn a new face. The friend in question was a girl named Chihiro Ogino, who seemed completely unfazed by Koh's appearance. Try as he may, The Face Stealer couldn't get her to even express, and in the end, decided to let her and No-Face go on their way. Ever since, he's kept his eye on the No-Face, hoping that someday he will lead Chihiro back to his temple. After all, it's been a long time since he added a child's face to his collection.
  • Koh's obsession with faces and remembering his mother led to him discovering the House of Facial Attributes. A few stolen faces later, the High Gods placed a magic seal on the House of Facial Attributes, essentially banning him indefinitely. He doesn't seem to mind. He just has to wait till they leave the House.
  • "You've come to me ... with a new face."

    Osiris 
Osiris, He Who Lost the Most Noble Organ (Broken God of the Afterlife, Julius Kane)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: His mummy-bandaged crook-sickle and flail
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: The Good King, Back from the Dead, Inhuman Human, Our Zombies Are Different, Distressed Dude (one time), Dark Is Not Evil, Sinister Scythe, Epic Flail, Mummy Wrap, Didn't Need Those Anyway! (except for a certain one)
  • Domains: Afterlife, Egypt, Castration
  • Allies: Geb (his father), Anubis and Horus (his sons; the latter currently unascended), Zia Rashid, Anakaris, Yugi Muto, Judai Yuki, Flynn, Death of the Endless, Death the Horseman, Ichigo Kurosaki, Frankenstein’s Creature, Ariel, Rikuo, Exodia
  • Enemies: Other Hades, Eliza, Lord Raptor, Bruce, Dracula
  • Rivals: Main Hades, Sobek, Zeus, Azir, Odin, The Black Knight
  • Followers: John Bobbitt, eunuchs, castrati, many living Darwin Award honorees
  • The Lord of Egypt’s Underworld thought being part of the Pantheon would finally give him the chance to regain his… lost member. To his eternal dismay, joining the Pantheon instead made his condition permanent.
    • Any jokes that he is “ dickless” will be met with ripping the offender’s spirit out of their body and taking them for a round of torture in the Egyptian Underworld. Just ask Lord Raptor, who made that very same insult.
  • Even though he technically is a zombie, Osiris is unique since losing limbs and other body parts doesn't hinder his movement and actions as they remain as "phantom" spirit versions fueled by his Ba, that are just as powerful as his real ones. Once losing everything, his spiritual Ba form is quick, able to walk through any solid hindrances and still attack with the same power and ferocity if he still has all his body. Unfortunately, the only body part that is unable to regenerate is naturally his crippling lack of his "noble organ". Trust us, he's tried!
  • Being his pantheon’s Lord of the Underworld, he spends most of his time in the House of Life & Death. His relations to both Death of the Endless and Death the Horseman are quite friendly. He also gets along with shinigami Ichigo Kurosaki, whom at first winced hearing about his unfortunate condition. At least Ichigo knew not to disrespect Osiris.
    • He was surprised to see two Hades in the Pantheon. The first one was familiar to him, only for Osiris to be slightly shocked to see how his attitude changes once he removes his helmet. The second one, however, gave him nothing but disgust.
  • Osiris is also pleased that his father is in the Pantheon alongside other good pharaohs such as Anakaris and Atem/Yami within Yugi Muto. Under their advice, he also allied himself with Cosmos under the GUAG.
    • Yugi's friend, Judai Yuki, apparently is a very big fan of his, saying he is part of a dorm that bears his name. Curious, he travelled to his world and was stunned to see how shabby and run-down the Osiris Red dorm was. He did not let his anger get the best of him, though, and commended Judai for honoring his name by being part of that dorm. He did wonder why he was named Slifer in that verse.
  • Upon seeing Azir, Osiris thought his son Horus had finally ascended only to see his mistake upon closer inspection. Still, they decided to test their strength against one another. The Broken God barely won just before his Ba energy would dissipate. The Emperor of Shurima enjoyed their bout and vowed the next confrontation he would be the victor.
  • He is grateful to Flynn as he helped his wife Isis find his body after Set dismembered him. He doesn't hold any grudge since his precious organ was never recovered.
    • Isis did manage to create a new one out of gold in order to give birth to Horus, but he really wishes he had his real one back.
  • Despite what many think, Osiris holds no ill will towards the fish that devoured his beloved organ and doesn't take out his anger on fish-based deities in the Pantheon. In fact, he thinks highly well of Princess Ariel and Lord Rikuo. Bruce, on the other hand…
  • He is very jealous of the Black Knight. Unlike the Knight, he is still able to keep fighting despite losing body parts as his spirit form fights on; but unlike Osiris, the Knight regains all his body parts once he is reborn. That last bit stings him greatly.
  • Once, he dressed up convincingly as Frankenstein’s Creature. Dracula thought the Creature mastered new weapons seeing Osiris hold his sickle and flail upon seeing him, only to be attacked. After being informed of his mistake, Drac swore vengeance on the Egyptian god.
    • The Creature itself reacted with indifference, but at least mentioned it was a good likeness.
  • If you still haven't figured it out, he lost his penis.

    Tyr 
Tyr, The One-Handed God (Týr, Tiwas, The Lawgiver, The Almighty, God of Courage and Strategy, God of Justice, Grimjaws, The Even-Handed, The Maimed God, Blind, Blind Tyr, The Blind Overlord, The Wounded One, The Just God)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The Tiwas Rune (an arrow pointing up) carved into his sword, alternatively Balanced scales resting on upright warhammer
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral (with strong Lawful Good leanings)
  • Portfolio: Sacrificing His Arm And Still Kicking All Sorts of Ass, Disabled Deity, The Cape, No Sense of Humor, Justice, Carrying A Large Sword One-Handed note , War God
  • Domains: Courage, Disabilities, Good, Honour, Justice, Knowledge, Law, Protection, Retribution, War
  • Allies: Thor Odinson, Freya, Tyrael, Eiki Shiki, Baiken, Superman, Sayaka Miki, Belldandy, Skuld, Arturia Pendragon
  • Enemies: Fenrir and the rest of Loki's Brood, Loki himself, Majority of House of Crime
  • Worthy Opponent: Guan Yu
  • Tyr is known as the god of law, glory and war. However, one of the events he is most known for is when the gods captured Fenrir to restrain him, only for him to break two times from his bindings. When they tried to bind him with a magical ribbon, Fenrir required for a god to place their hand inside his mouth to make sure he wasn't being tricked. Tyr offered himself to be the sacrifice and lost his arm without regret. Though as proven in the Battlefield of the Gods, he only needs one hand to deliver justice.
  • He was happy to reunite with fellow gods from Asgard, Freya and Thor, even if Thor was surprised that this Tyr wasn't so jealous of him as the Tyr he knows. Though he did not have as warm a welcome with Odin.
    • Some gods say that he was prophesized to ascend after Fenrir found his way into the Pantheon. Fenrir still mocks Tyr for the events, but his mockery hardly flinches Tyr.
  • Even if he is alongside many gods, he is still willing to help out those in need in battle. Those who carve the Tiwaz Rune into their weapon are blessed by Tyr, promising that they will not loose or break their weapons.
    • Besides this benefit, both Riven and Kisuke has declined that blessing. With Riven, the reason is that she broke her weapon on her own will, and doesn't want it to be permanently fixed. With Kisuke, considering that he almost cursed the gods above for letting Torahime die before she could complete her task makes him think that he is not worthy of any blessings.
  • Even though he is an upholder of justice, he can fair. Everyone deserves justice, but everyone also deserves fair judgement. That is why he is allied with Tyrael for discarding his angelhood to be fair and Eiki for trying to judge every living thing as fairly as possible.
  • Where it's hard to tell his opinions on others on this matter, he refuses to joke around in the battlefield. If someone asks him to laugh with them, he will bluntly say no. War is not a laughing matter.
    • However, he has been seen going around as "PrivaTyr". During this state, where he still refuses to laugh, he is a lot willing to crack a couple of jokes. Though Tyr himself refuses to talk about those events. Some gods think that he is drunk when as "PrivaTyr". Some say that Brook has something to do with it (Hey, they do sound similar).
    • Also, never bring up the time his iron handpiece was replaced with a sock puppet. It was an agonizing experience for him to deal with that large mouth of it.
    • At one point, all of the sudden, he suddenly felt compelled to don the outfit of a certain British King and then ended up saying hilariously silly things and jokes. When Tyr snapped back to his senses, he nearly fell into a Heroic BSoD at just how he ended up sullying the fairness of justice with such jokes, and demeaning what would be such a dignified king. He then gets a tap on the shoulder by Saber, understanding how it feels to have one's legacy getting lampooned into silliness. Afterwards, they have been friends.
  • He reportedly cracked a smile when he heard that there is a boy who sounds like him who also aims to be heroic, though he might have more to learn.
  • Due to the prophecy that he will gain a Mutual Kill against Garm, he is preparing himself for that day by facing against Cerberus
  • He has a herald of sort: "The God of Swords" Gottfried, who was designed after Tyr's image. He appreciates all of the efforts the Maiden who accompanies Gottfried has done.
  • He really doesn't like M. Bison due of him claiming that any atrocities he commits being "just a Tuesday" to him, as Tuesday was named after him.
  • Some mortals believe that Tyr was actually a Top God, or at least was equal to the All-Father. There is at least one universe where this is true. Where he is also the father of the Norns. Where this relation isn't present with this Tyr, he still acts like a father-figure to Belldandy and Skuld when he can.
  • He is Courage. He is Honour. He is Justice.

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Intermediate Gods

    Fecto Forgo 
Fecto Forgo, The God who Survived Without a Body (Specimen ID-F86, Invasive Species, Ultimate Life-Form, Fecto Elfilis, Psychic Beast, Soul Forgo, Species Born of Chaos, Chaos Elfilis, Fecto Forgor)

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After assimilating the Beast Pack 
Fecto Elfilis 

  • Intermediate God as Fecto Forgo; Greater God, borderline Overdeity as Fecto/Chaos Elfilis
  • Symbol: Their larva form inside the Eternal Capsule. Alternatively, a star-shaped dimensional rift with their eyes inside it.
  • Theme Song: Eternal Echo of the Thrilling Tour-our-our, Hunted by the Beast, Two Planets Approach the Roche Limit
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil as Fecto Forgo, Chaotic Evil as Fecto/Chaos Elfilis
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Evil, Destruction, Manipulation, Psychic Powers, Souls, Dreams
  • High Priest: Miranda Jahana
  • Allies: Vanitas, Mesogog, Sheev Palpatine, Ursula, Megatron, Octogeddon, Majin Buu, Wild Hunt (of which it was a former follower)
  • Rivals: Cell, Shadow the Hedgehog, Kars
  • Enemies: Kirby, King Dedede, Meta Knight, Bandana Waddle Dee, the Waddle Dees, Optimus Prime, Future Trunks, Professor Hojo, the Anti-Monitor, Dr. Manhattan
  • Interests: The Lich, Dr. Kawashima
  • Fears: Giygas, the Radiance
  • Respects: Sir David Attenborough
  • Opposes: ZONE, the Interspecies Reviewers
  • Opposed by: Asuka Langley Soryu, Zygarde
  • Evil Counterpart to: Mewtwo
  • A highly aggressive life-form from a far-off planet, the creature once known as Fecto Elfilis used its mighty spear and powers over space to carry out destructive raids on defenseless worlds. That all changed when it mounted an invasion against "the New World", where its indiscriminate attacks on the wildlife spurred a team of researchers into capturing the beast. They studied it and its miraculous psychic abilities for thirty years, until a lab accident happened. A small shred of benevolence called Elfilin split away from Fecto Elfilis. As a result, what remained of the original creature — now called Fecto Forgo — was permanently sealed away, and it stayed in stasis long after the planet was abandoned. In a bid to return to its former body, Forgo committed a long list of atrocities: brainwashing King Leon, turning his followers into the militaristic Beast Pack, opening up dimensional vortices to abduct whomever it could find, ordering Waddle Dee Town to be razed, and using the Waddle Dees as slave labor. Unfortunately for Forgo, it failed to account for Kirby and Bandana Waddle Dee, who were brought into the New World through one of its vortices. They confronted the creature, and even though it assimilated its "other half" to become Fecto Elfilis once again, Fecto Forgo was eventually defeated and turned into roadkill. However, that wasn't the end of it. Forgo's evil soul survived the battle inside Forgo Dreams, a strange archipelago created from its own dreams. It planned to take its revenge by creating an army of living thoughts and commanding them from inside Leon's body. Kirby and friends defeated its minions and freed Leon from possession, but before Fecto Forgo could strike back, its soul was spirited away by the phantasmal butterfly, Morpho Knight. In one last battle, Forgo and Morpho Knight combined to form the almighty Chaos Elfilis. Even this was destroyed, and Fecto Forgo's reign of terror seemingly ended for good.
  • In the aftermath of Kirby's battle with Chaos Elfilis, the primeval beasts that it assimilated were reincarnated as a harmless point of light, and Elfilin accepted that light into himself. Yet, in what can only be called a miracle, Fecto Forgo somehow survived. Clinging desperately to life, the psychic beast fled the New World entirely and searched for another planet to begin its conquests anew. What it found instead was the Pantheon. With so many powerful deities around every corner, Forgo has decided to lay low for now, at least until it can find a suitable vessel that will let it resume its invasion...
  • Gets along well with Vanitas, a fellow cunning mastermind with a love of violence and bloodshed. As a result, Vanitas's Unversed minions are frequent visitors to Forgo's temple. However, they are unable to breach the inner sanctum — for wherever Forgo goes, so too do the isolated isles of Forgo Dreams. Vanitas considers Forgo a potential ally to Organisation XIII, for their situations and temperaments are eerily similar. Only time will tell what plans they have in store for the rest of the Pantheon, but it's safe to say it will entail lots and lots of destruction.
  • Although Fecto Forgo typically shuns the house of Science for personal reasons, it developed an odd kinship with Mesogog after learning about his circumstances as an Enemy Without. Ever since then, Forgo has kept a vested interest in Mesogog's plans, for if the dinosaurs really are as powerful and terrifying as Mesogog says, Forgo would be happy to use one as a temporary body.
  • On one of its first reconnaissance missions in the Pantheon, Fecto Forgo encountered a fleet of TIE fighters and assimilated them into its body, using the energy to fly straight into the heart of the Galactic Empire. It soon found an audience with Sheev Palpatine. Though the Emperor's skill with the dark side of the Force pales in comparison to Forgo's powers, it wisely chose not to assimilate him, for it believes it can take advantage of Palpatine's connections in the Grand United Alliance of Evil to subtly influence the Pantheon toward its will.
  • Despite the warnings, Fecto Forgo was happy to strike a bargain with Ursula after learning she could turn mermaids into humans. In its melted state, Forgo oozed into Ursula's temple and made its demands: energy, souls, and possibly a glamour that could hold its body together. In exchange, it offered the sea witch the magic spear Fecto Elfilis wielded in battle, and even volunteered to teach her how to use it. No great loss to Forgo, though — it has many, many more copies of that spear, and now it can keep itself intact by feeding on Ursula's victims.
  • After hearing it on repeat for decades, Fecto Forgo has long associated itself with the phrase "Ultimate Life Form", and it will fight tooth and nail to keep the top spot. As such, anyone else in the Pantheon with that title — such as Shadow the Hedgehog, Cell, and Kars — will find a bitter rival in Forgo. It butts heads the most with Cell, since both of them are rather haughty and consider each other "fake" and unworthy of the moniker. Forgo simply cannot fathom how an artificially created bio-android even counts as a "life-form", since its origins are completely natural. Cell dismisses Forgo as little more than a psychic parasite who requires other life-forms to be truly "ultimate". Neither of them are willing to back down from their position, and the two of them are regularly seen sparring together. Should Cell relent, Forgo has vowed to assimilate him and scatter his essence across Forgo Dreams. One unfortunate side effect of their rivalry is a newfound enemy in Future Trunks, who sees many of Cell's worst traits in Forgo. It has decided to ignore Trunks for now, but the opposition only further fuels its determination to best Cell. On a much scarier note, their origin as a life-threateningly powerful alien being with the ability to assimilate other beings and their desire of chaos and destruction has led Forgo to find a kindred spirit in Majin Buu.
  • As one of the nastiest villains in the Kirby franchise, Fecto Forgo remains a bitter enemy of every deity it attacked, brainwashed, or enslaved during its first bid for power. The hate runs especially deep for Bandana Waddle Dee, who witnessed the destruction of Waddle Dee Town and helped Kirby rescue hundreds of his brethren from Forgo's clutches. Fecto may be a smooth operator, but after being trounced so badly by Kirby and friends in the past, it has decided to keep well out of the "irksome pink contaminant"'s path.
  • Fecto Forgo first lost its body in a head-on collision with Kirby's Big-Rig Mouth, a fact which embarrasses and annoys it if brought up. As such, it was not at all pleased to learn of Optimus Prime, who can also take the form of a truck, and it has nominally allied itself with the Decepticons should Prime ever take action against it.
  • On one of its visits to Ursula deep beneath the sea, Fecto Forgo crossed paths with a raging octopus that had tentacles shaped like all sorts of species. This piqued its interest, having taken a similar form after absorbing members of the Beast Pack, and so it possessed the body of an ordinary fish and followed the octopus. Forgo got a cathartic thrill watching Octogeddon's devastating attacks on countless human monuments. Impressed by its campaign of destruction, the psychic beast appeared to Octogeddon in a dream, inviting it to Forgo's temple to discuss all the havoc they could wreak together. The Pantheon is concerned about such an alliance, for while Octogeddon is normally quite peaceful unless provoked, Forgo seems all too happy to encourage the octopus's darker side.
  • A victim of decades of unwilling scientific experiments, Fecto Forgo takes issue with many a Mad Scientist in the Pantheon. It loathes Professor Hojo above all the others, though, for the sheer amount of lines the man has crossed in the name of science. Should it ever find itself targeted by Hojo, Forgo is prepared to expend as much of its energy as possible in order to escape, up to and including crashing Shinra into another planet.
  • Like many villains, Forgo is opposed to the Anti-Monitor's plans for omniversal omnicide, and finds the very idea repellent. It understands the need to consume, being The Assimilator, but it considers eating space-time itself several steps too far. Its objections are mostly for selfish reasons — Forgo has a healthy self-preservation instinct like most creatures, but it also reasons that without any other forms of life, it won't have any more chances to possess another organism, and it certainly won't get the opportunity to start invading again. Most of all, Forgo wants to be the one destroying planets, and it thinks of the Anti-Monitor's plans as little more than a permanent Kill Steal.
  • It takes quite a lot for Fecto Forgo to feel inferior to another being, but the legendary Dr. Manhattan and his reality-warping abilities have aroused a sense of profound envy in it. It seems that the more Forgo learns about him, the deeper its jealousy grows. When it found out Dr. Manhattan was once an ordinary human until a lab accident occurred, it became especially furious, for it was the Warp Experiment Incident at Lab Discovera that cost Forgo its existence as Fecto Elfilis. It also has trouble understanding why Dr. Manhattan is so detached from it all, for it reasons that if it had access to his level of power, the entire universe would be under its heel.
  • Its apocalyptic powers as Fecto Elfilis have attracted attention from some of the vilest villains in the Pantheon, particularly the Lich. After witnessing its last-ditch attempt to destroy Kirby via Colony Drop, the Lich believes Forgo should strive to do such a thing on a regular basis instead of assimilating strong bodies into itself. Forgo agrees up to a point, but it much prefers the thrill of the hunt to simply obliterating everything in its path. While not opposed to the Lich, it would prefer that a few planets survive, if only so it can kill everything on them itself.
  • Dr. Ryuta Kawashima is keenly interested in Forgo's powerful mind. He was shocked to discover that Forgo's brain is actually quite damaged, with regions of its anterior cingulate and ventromedial prefrontal cortices outright missing. Further attempts at study sent Kawashima wandering into the isolated isles of Forgo Dreams, where he was promptly chased out by angry phantoms.
  • Though Fecto Forgo values having a strong body, it trusts in its mind and psychic abilities above all else. When it learned of Giygas, a psychic alien who lost its body and its mind to The Power of Hate, it reacted the way a human might to listening to The Caretaker, and was filled with terror. In a world where crowns are sentient and even Void, the essence of chaos, can become evil incarnate if exposed to too much hatred, the idea that Fecto Forgo might one day become an Almighty Idiot is deeply disturbing to it. If it ever finds itself losing its grip, Forgo has decided to reenact the incident that created Elfilin and willingly separate itself from such negative emotions.
  • One night, a mysterious light began to shine in the isolated isles of Forgo Dreams. Forgo's soul approached it, curious but cautious, and encountered the Radiance. One might expect Fecto Forgo to get along with her, thanks to their Dream Weaver powers and their similar modus operandi of mind-controlling their followers. In truth, Forgo is simply hesitant to anger her, for it's been Taught by Experience not to underestimate any lepidopteran in the Pantheon after its experience with a certain butterfly of judgment.
  • Fecto Forgo can still hear the Dream Discoveries Tour guide wherever it goes. The woman's voice has haunted it ever since it was shut up in the Eternal Capsule and shown off to the public, to the point where the innermost reaches of Forgo Dreams are filled with distorted bits of her voice. Now that it's ascended into the Pantheon, Forgo has decided to put its enormous ears to good use and find a new voice to listen to, and it eventually settled on the warm tones of Sir David Attenborough. When it isn't scheming up plans to hijack someone's body, it's listening to his voice. As an added bonus, Attenborough typically narrates nature documentaries, so Forgo often sneers at lesser life-forms throughout each programme.
  • Fecto Forgo's incomplete form tends to use tendrils of goop to ensnare and assimilate its foes, so it was only inevitable that ZONE would gravitate towards it. It finds her fetishes bizarre and disgusting, and attempted to shoo her away from its temple in the shape of Fecto Elfilis. Sadly, that form is much more Popular with Furries, and so the Interspecies Reviewers came to its temple in her place in search of a review. A now-outraged Forgo repulsed them all with a huge explosion, and it has barred both ZONE and the Reviewers from ever coming near it again.
  • As a foul villain who plays with minds as it sees fit, Fecto Forgo has earned the much-deserved wrath of Asuka Langley Soryu. It doesn't help that Fecto Elfilis's Ear Wings give it an uncomfortably similar silhouette to Arael, the reason why she hates Forgo in the first place. Forgo doesn't seem to care, since it's much more powerful and has greater concerns. The first time she raised her voice to it, Forgo simply used its telepathy to read her mind and frighten her away. It expected to see the type of boring memories you'd expect from such a primitive species, but what it found instead were visions of the Angels. Forgo was intrigued, and now it seeks to learn what it can about them.
  • Fecto Forgo and Zygarde have never quite seen eye-to-eye, for Fecto Elfilis's invasions pose a threat to the biosphere of any planet it visits. The only thing keeping them from being outright enemies is their mutual disregard for Cell. Should the two of them ever fight, Forgo believes it will have the upper hand as long as it can avoid Zygarde's Thousand Arrows. For the most part, though, it stays out of the Order Pokemon's way. Not out of fear, but because it doesn't have it out for Earth specifically, so the two might never meet.
  • Fecto Forgo sees a lot of itself in Mewtwo, another extremely powerful, psychic Animalistic Abomination with no compassion, and was amused to learn that Mewtwo has its own "Elfilin" in the form of Mew. They were unable to bond over their similar backgrounds, however. Mewtwo is too asocial to speak to Forgo, and he considers it too cruel and aggressive to be truly trustworthy.
  • Can also be found in Manners of Survival.

    Scaramouche 
Scaramouche, God of Surviving as Only a Head (Scaramouche the Merciless, the Pied Piper of Ruination, the Crooner of Carnage, the Ambassador of Annihilation, the Eradicator of All)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His flute
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Badass Longcoat, Beware the Silly Ones, Body Snatcher, Bunny-Ears Assassin, Card-Carrying Villain, Cranial Processing Unit, Determinator, Faux Affably Evil, Glass Cannon, Gratuitous French, Large Ham, Laughably Evil, Loses His Head, Meaningful Name, Mind over Matter, Musical Assassin, Scarf of Asskicking, Scatting, Sissy Villain
  • Domains: Robots, Assassination
  • Allies: Ember McClain, I-No, Margaret Moonlight, Courtney Gears, Balthazar Bratt
  • Rivals: Ezio Auditore
  • Enemies: Samurai Jack, Ashi, Aku (one-sided)
  • Opposed by: Shrek
  • Scaramouche the Merciless is one of many robotic assassins under the employ of Aku, though he takes special pride in being his number one favorite (not that Aku actually cares, anyway). Hammy and flamboyant he may be, he’s no less dangerous than many of Samurai Jack’s foes earning titles as the Pied-Piper of Ruination, the Crooner of Carnage, the Ambassador of Annihilation, and the Eradicator of All. The musical-themed assassin encountered Jack with the intention of eliminating him but was surprised to find out that he had lost his sword sometime before was ecstatic at informing his master but Jack interrupted and destroyed him before he got the chance... or so it would seem. Scaramouche survived with nothing but his head and sought to continue his mission of telling Aku the good news but he was met with many a tribulation. He does eventually inform Aku of his discoveries and both went to confront the wandering samurai in celebration but by the time the pied piper told him, Jack had already required his blade and regained his hope. Thinking the assassin lied, Aku immediately disposed of him for his troubles. While relaying information to the Shogun of Sorrow was a bust, it did have some unintended consequences down the line Aku wouldn’t have known about right away.
  • Scaramouche made his ascension due to the passionate campaigning of several evil-aligned deities of the House of Music. The good news was that they were eventually successful in their campaign to ascend him. The bad news was that, due to his title having nothing to do with music and rather his ability to survive as only a head, he would not share the same House as them, instead establishing his temple in the House of Personal Appearance.
  • Among Scaramouche's biggest advocates were fellow Musical Assassin and robotic performer, I-No and Courtney Gears. They garnered support for his ascension from Ember and Balthazar Bratt. They've become a rather tight-knit group of allies as a result of all this.
    • Even though Margaret Moonlight wasn't part of the campaign to ascend him, Scaramouche still manages to be particularly fond of her. Anyone who is capable of trash talking the hero and sounding good doing it is more than alright in his book.
  • Samurai Jack was NOT happy to see Scaramouche ascend to the Pantheon. Ashi, having never known the robot personally prior to ascension, was promptly brought up to speed on him. Needless to say, Ashi isn't particularly fond of him either. Although, him incidentally being the reason Aku finding out about having a piece of his essence and exploiting that to turn on Jack didn't give her much of a good opinion on him to begin with.
    • And speaking of Aku, him and Scaramouche have a complicated relationship, to say the least. The robot used to be his number one assassin, but how quickly things change. Not only was he demoted to his third greatest assassin in the time it took for Scaramouche to get to him, a major misunderstanding regarding the loss of Jack's sword led to both his and his former master's demises. Any of Scaramouche's attempts at rekindling their relationship are always swiftly rejected and the assassin was forced into freelance work as a result. While he was one of the many foes thrown at Jack in a last-ditch attempt to stop him, it still hasn't done him any good.
  • Upon his ascension, Shrek took notice of Scaramouche and was not at all amused by his presence. "Why did it have to be a piper?" he said.
  • Scaramouche and fellow assassin Ezio Auditore very frequently butt heads over their methods. This has led to them to become a pair of fairly unfriendly rivals, but the robot loves every second of it. Ezio is appalled at Scaramouche's gleeful if callous disregard for all life while Scaramouche himself finds Ezio angwer towards him all too satisfying. The other members of the Assassin Brotherhood share his views on the robotic assassin as well.
  • The spelling of Scaramouche's name is often a subject of intense debate among the deities of the Pantheon. Some think his name is already spelled correctly, while others insist that there shouldn't be an 'E' at the end of his name. Frustratingly, Scaramouche absolutely refuses to comment on this. Everyone arguing over it is just too hilarious for him to put an end to it.
  • Growing increasingly bitter with not being able to enter the Mos Eisley Cantina on Tatooine due to him being a robot, Scaramouche frequently plays his flute outside the establishment as loudly and obnoxiously as possible. Since he isn't actually in the cantina, nobody can force him to leave.
  • Scaramouche really wishes that everyone would stop asking if he does the fandango. It was funny the first time, but now it's starting to get old.

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Lesser Gods

    Rayman 
Rayman, God of Floating Limbs (Ray, The Limbless Wonder)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A stylized "r", one of his fists, or the 0 on his shirt
  • Theme Song: Has more than one theme song
  • Alignment: Switches between Neutral Good and Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Having Hands, Feet, and a Head, but no Arms, Legs, or a Neck, Changing Appearance Often, Ambiguous Origin Story, Being Able to Kick Ass in Spite of Looking Ridiculous, Over 300-years-old Without Looking the Part, Being able to Punch from a Distance and Fly with his Hair
  • Domains: Fantasy, Appearance, Heroism
  • Followers: Norstein Bekkler, Plok, Haunter, Porygon-Z, warmongering worms, Trace, Sour Bill
  • Heralds: Murfy
  • Allies: Globox, Betilla, The Teensies, The Princesses of the Glade of Dreams, Dixie Kong, Mario, Sonic the Hedgehog, Brightwing, Ysera, NiGHTS, Kirby, Snorlax, Ezio, Jade
  • Enemies: The Magician, Mr. Dark, Admiral Razorbeard, N'Zoth, Freddy Krueger, Pitch Black, Atropos, Antasma, Dark Link, Cervantes de Leon, Gangplank
  • Odd Friendship: Bugs Bunny
  • Annoyed with: The Minions
  • Hailing from a rather unusual world, Rayman's most distinguishing feature is the fact that his hands, feet, heat, and torso are all floating even though he doesn't have limbs (that's because the fairies who created him were running away from Zombie Chickens and dropped some lums in the process). Despite that, he's more than capable of battling against evil if the situation calls for it, though he can get a little carried away with it sometimes.
  • What kind of species Rayman actually is has been debated for a while. He has generally been classified as either a "Ray-person" or a "Thingamajig", but neither of them are really saying much.
  • For a point in time during his career, he was upstaged by a group of yelling creatures known as Rabbids. After a while, Rayman was able to get back to business, though he is still bothered by their screams.
    • For whatever reason, he doesn't like to go near the House of Commerce due to the Minions being there since not only are they, in his opinion, too similar to the Rabbids (being popular to the point where too much focus is placed on the creatures and indiscernible babbling), but the Minions have also put the Rabbids as their High Priest. The Minions seem to be more inclined towards good as of late than the Rabbids, but Rayman doesn't want anything to do with the small yellow things.
  • If he's in a particularly energetic mood, he would visit the House of Music and partake in a run set to the tune of a certain song. A version of "Eye of the Tiger" that was played during these runs proved popular amongst many deities.
    • That particular house is not the only place he runs around at. Every so often, if there's a racing competition, Rayman will probably take part in it given that he participated in one before. He runs at a decent speed, though not to the extent of certain faster gods.
      • One of these trips to the house of Music had Rayman and Globox head up to the stage to perform music. While plenty of deities there were confused and curious about just what kind of music they were going to perform, one performance of Sex Bomb later had the entire crowd clapping and cheering.
  • It's not brought up often, but Rayman was believed to have, at a certain point in time, sounded a bit like Bugs Bunny. The Limbless Wonder has managed to find a bit of free time in hanging out with the wabbit and seems to be able to tolerate him.
    • As for Rayman talking, sometimes he is able to speak normally. Other times...to put it this way, it's less comprehensible, let alone intelligible.
  • Rayman gets along very well with Dixie Kong since the two of them are able to use their hair to slow their descent. Rayman is admittedly a little jealous that Dixie can also use her hair to attack enemies.
  • Nobody really knows what Rayman's origin story is, so there are many theories about it. Even Rayman himself doesn't know, although he tries not to think about it too much, as he usually gets headaches trying to figure it out.
    • One of the weirder possible origins of him was that he was originally bald and had a wife who left him after orange creature things latched onto his head. Rayman got weirded out by this and has been attempting to ignore the House of Love and Affection, where a handful of members there constantly ask him about it.
  • Has no less than four alternate appearances. With each appearance comes a different personality. Though most of the time he has a laid-back personality, he has shown to be much wackier on occasion.
  • Someone once claimed that he may be the one behind Master and Crazy Hand, given the whole detached glove thing. Rayman laughed at that possibility and both Master and Crazy Hand simply ignored that theory.
  • Whenever Rayman is asleep, his hands would sometimes go off on their own and cause mischief. Since that ended up causing one of his adventures, deities who spot wandering gloves often try to return them to him to make sure more chaos doesn't happen.
    • The Limbless Wonder is also noted to have been asleep for at least a hundred years between two of his adventures (and his appearance that time never really changed), if certain sources are anything to go by. Regardless, he likes to sleep alongside Snorlax, another deity known for dozing off a lot and on separate occasions, Rayman has even slept on Totoro's Tummy Cushion.
  • Many have talked about Rayman being a possible candidate for the Smash tournament despite the apparent unlikelihood of it. In what came as a bit of a surprise, Rayman was able to, at the very least, get some involvement in the fourth Smash tournament through having a trophy modelled after him.
    • A handful of gods claim that during the posing process, Rayman sneezed, but he continually denies this and insists that the pose he did for the trophy wasn't poorly timed.
      • Sometime after the above event, rumors spread that Rayman became an actual participant of the tournament, though it turned out to be an elaborate prank.
      • Regardless of all that has been mentioned, Rayman is good friends with two of the participants of that tournament, Mario and Sonic, having something of a friendly rivalry with them. Them being noticeable platforming characters may have something to do with that. Both Rayman and Mario can also relate to jumping through paintings to visit unusual worlds.
  • Rayman doesn't like a lot of evil doppelgangers of already existing good-aligned deities given his experiences with one. Ray has a somewhat stronger animosity towards Dark Link given the latter's association with darkness; something that Rayman has fought against numerous times.
  • As someone who has had experience in dealing with threats in a dream world, Rayman has found work and companionship with those who have undertaken a similar journey, while making enemies with those who make nightmares. It did take a little bit of time for him to get used to the fact that Darkrai, a creature that would look like something associated with creating nightmares, is helping with stopping those who instigate nightmares.
  • Having confronted an army of robot pirates in the past, Rayman has taken a dislike towards malicious pirates such as Gangplank, as well as the various evil robots that reside in the Pantheon. Although there aren't any literal robot pirates in the Pantheon, Rayman is still keeping an eye on these particular pirates and robots.
  • Rayman has been seen alongside Ezio and Jade, given that the three have a thing in common. The relationship between them is strictly on a professional level because of that.
  • YEAH!!

    Six 
Six, the Goddess Who is Nothing but Skin and Bones
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A lighter
  • Theme Song: Six's Theme (Part 1 and 2)
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Acquired a Cannibalism Superpower, Ambiguously Human, Creepy Child, Determinator, Does Not Like Vegetables or Shoes, Mysterious Past, Nothing but Skin and Bones, Pintsized Powerhouse
  • Domains: Hunger, Starvation
  • Allies: Max Tennyson, Toriel
  • Enemies: Black Doom, Gramma Stuffum, Gluttony, Jabba the Hutt, Starjun
  • Not so different: Merkava
  • Opposed by: Morris, Ratigan
  • Odd Friendship: Kirby, Remy, Ashi
  • The tantalizing offer of a position in the Pantheon came as no less than a surprise to Six, but it was a very welcome and quickly accepted offer nevertheless. So far, Six has been living a fairly happy life among the ranks of the Pantheon. Any place was better than the Maw.
  • At first, Six's ranking confused many deities in the Pantheon. They were baffled that a little girl of such tiny and emaciated stature could be any more than a Quasideity. Once they found out about the life-draining powers she acquired after consuming the Lady, it started to make more sense. Now, most deities pray that nobody ever gives Six a reason to use them.
  • Six's lack of fear in response to Merkava has legitimately surprised many deities. In fact, she is one of the few deities who treat him with even the slightest bit of respect. One would think that his particular taste would put her off, but this isn't entirely the case. She seems to understand that Merkava doesn't eat people because he wants to, but because he has to. Unfortunately, Six knows this feeling all too well.
    • That being said, though, Six does not tolerate those who should know better. Gluttony could eat anything else if he wanted to, but he still frequently wants to eat people. His appearance also reminds her of the many ravenous guests on the Maw. The outward appearance of Jabba the Hutt also contributed to her dislike of him, but she mainly dislikes his disgusting table manners and involvement with the black market.
    • Of course, Six is ultimately disgusted by Black Doom, who seeks to make a meal out of all of humanity.
    • She's also not a fan of Starjun at all. While he isn't known to cook up cannibalistic dishes, he's still an evil chef. Six has had more than enough of having to deal with evil chefs on the Maw.
  • Gramma Stuffum is quite interested in Six, and it's definitely not the good kind of interest. Six has an often questionable taste in food. One of the few foods she legitimately dislikes is vegetables. Because of this, Gramma Stuffum sees her as a little brat who needs to eat her veggies. Stuffum tries to force-feed her with a morbid army of living veggies on a regular basis.
    • Speaking of foods that Six dislikes, she tried Joja Cola once and almost immediately recoiled at the taste. The fact that even a deity like Six hates his company's flagship product has made Morris somewhat of a laughing stock in the Pantheon.
  • Though it seems that Six has made quite a few enemies in the Pantheon, she still has a few friends to speak for. Toriel, for one, immediately took pity on the poor child. She offers Six some of her pie all the time, and she even likes her infamous snail pie.
    • Six is also, oddly enough, a pretty big fan of Max Tennyson's cooking. Of course, he's always ecstatic when a fellow human (?) can appreciate alien cuisine. As such, he's more than happy to cook up some grub for her whenever she wants it.
  • Remy was pretty apprehensive of Six when he found out what she did. He eventually warmed up to her when she expressed an interest in his cooking rather than any desire to eat him, though. Try telling that to Ratigan, though. He still actively avoids her.
  • Six was afraid of Kirby at first, but her fear dissipated when she realized that he doesn't actually eat people. He just swallows them and spits them out to copy their powers. She has to admit that it's pretty neat.
  • Ashi has attempted to reach out to Six. Keyword, "attempted." While she does sympathize with the little girl, her powers and past deeds remind her too much of her own personal nightmare. Six is the first being in the Pantheon that Ashi had ever been nervous around. Jack and Toriel are usually there when the girls talk to help keep the tension down.
  • Whenever the subject of Mono is brought up, Six always gives the person a very dark glare, nonverbally telling them that she does not want to talk about it.

Demigods

    Captain Ahab 
Captain Ahab, God of Seafarers with Peg-Legs (Old Thunder)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His pegleg
  • Alignment: True Neutral, but can easily be Chaotic Neutral when it comes to Moby Dick
  • Portfolio: Father Neptune, Revenge Before Reason, Determinator, Broken Ace, Handicapped Badass, The Unfettered
  • Domains: Revenge, Seafaring
  • Acquaintances with: Kunkka
  • Enemies: Moby Dick, Monstro, Wailord
  • Opposed by: Carl Fredricksen, Jean-Luc Picard
  • Not so different from: Captain Nemo
  • As the Captain of the ship known as Pequod, Ahab is a very skilled and respected leader to the other members of his crew. Beneath all that, however, lies an undying hatred for Moby Dick, who attacked him previously and ate one of his legs. That leg is replaced with a peg-leg made out of a sperm whale's jawbone. Ahab is very much driven in his desire to get revenge on the White Whale, no matter what the cost may be, and it's to the point that others believe that his obsession with Moby Dick is insane and dangerous.
  • It really didn't take that long for Ahab to resume his quest for vengeance against Moby Dick after being told that the whale was still around. What actually got him upset was that in the Pantheon, no one can truly die, thus his goal of killing Moby Dick is most likely never going to be fulfilled there. Despite that, his determination to go after Moby Dick remains and he's guaranteed to continue his journey no matter the circumstances of it.
  • Not only is he very much aware of Moby Dick still being around, but Ahab also learned that there were a couple of other whales roaming the seas of the Pantheon. While he doesn't consider either of them as big of a priority compared to Moby Dick (especially since Wailord isn't actively attacking others despite his size and strength), he's aware that there's a strong possibility of him getting into conflict with either whale later on. Given that Ahab was a commercial whaler before Moby Dick came along, he does have the necessary equipment needed for a potential encounter. Ahab considers Monstro to be potentially as troublesome as Moby Dick was since there were some who compared the two whales to each other, alongside the fact that Monstro has been known to not let any prey of his escape.
    • While there are a variety of other sea monsters out there that are potentially more dangerous than Moby Dick could ever be, Ahab only sees these other sea monsters as just obstacles in his path to enacting revenge on Moby Dick. Given how skilled of a seafarer Ahab is, he's likely to have some sort of measure in place should something like the Kraken attack him while trying to hunt down the White Whale.
  • Both Ahab and Captain Nemo have a bit in common despite some sort of wariness towards each other. The most prominent similarity between them is that they're skilled seafarers that are on a quest of revenge for different reasons and aren't the sanest of men despite initial impressions. There's also the fact that their desire for revenge has put their respective crew members at risk along with getting into conflict against different sea monsters, though in Captain Nemo's case fighting a sea monster was just an obstacle and not an overall goal compared to Ahab.
  • His determination in trying to find an elusive wild animal reminded Carl Fredricksen of Charles Muntz and his quest to find a legendary bird. Fredricksen finds Ahab's single-minded determination to the point of insanity to go after an animal to be eerily similar to that of Muntz' ordeal and would rather keep his distance from him, even if Ahab isn't as evil compared to Muntz despite Ahab wanting a whale dead as opposed to Muntz wanting to capture a bird.
  • Ahab found a bit in common with Kunkka, another seafarer with a rivalry against a sea creature, it being Tidehunter in Kunkka's case. Ahab found it a little strange that a sea creature would be the one to have an intense grudge against a seafarer rather than a grudge much like what Ahab is familiar with. Kunkka told Ahab that even if Tidehunter isn't part of Ahab's main goal, the Champion of the Sunken Isles is still someone that shouldn't be taken lightly given his abilities.
  • Jean-Luc Picard has a few issues with Ahab, mostly because Ahab's revenge quest reminded Picard of what happened when hunting down the Borg. Whereas Ahab remained didn't really change at the end of the journey, Picard did for the better, even if Ahab's own quest was referenced by Picard that time. There's also the fact that others have claimed that Ahab bears some physical resemblance to Picard sometimes.
  • Maiev Shadowsong, despite having a similar level of revenge against Illidan Stormrage initially, isn't really fond of Ahab's quest to hunt down a whale. It's one thing to have a justifiable reason to have revenge, but Maiev finds no justification whatsoever for Ahab to go after what's essentially a wild animal over losing a leg.
  • At one point, Ahab was very close to reconsidering his revenge hunt against Moby Dick, but such a thing never came to be. This ended up disheartening a few deities, especially those who have given up on their revenge-driven mindset. Any additional attempts by others to try and, at the very least, make Ahab calm down to some degree haven't really worked out thus far.
  • There is one God that is Lord over the earth, and one Captain that is lord over the Pequod.

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