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Lucifer, Unholy Patron of Aggressive Categorism (Luci, Hallucifer, Padre, "Nick", the Devil, Satan, Beelzebub, Serpent, Heaven's Most Wanted, Lightbringer)
  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: The Four Horsemen Rings
  • Theme Song: "Sympathy For the Devil" by The Rolling Stones
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil, but will try to convince you that he's Neutral Good or Chaotic Good.
  • Portfolio: Satan, Pride, Narcissist, Fallen Angel, Fallen Hero, The Paragon Always Rebels, Fantastic Racism, Humans Are Flawed, Jerk with a Heart of Jerk, Even Evil Has Loved Ones (at first), Spoiled Brat, Never My Fault, Psychopathic Manchild, Believing Their Own Lies, Sealed Evil in a Can, Greater-Scope Villain, Jerkass, It's All About Me, The Man Behind the Man, Evil Counterpart to Sam, Driven by Envy, Ambition Is Evil, Parental Issues
  • Domains: Satan, narcissism, Hell, hubris, fallen angels
  • Herald: Ruby
  • Followers: The Demons in Hell
  • Allies: Azazel, Ramiel, Dagon, Satan (Paradise Lost), The Beast, Samael, Teridax, Nyarlathotep, The Master, General Zod, Melkor, Zamasu, SCP-682, Unicron, Megatron, Ganondorf, Ardyn Izunia
  • Enemies: Sam and Dean Winchester, Castiel, Crowley, Bobby Singer, The Horsemen of the Apocalypse, Asmodeus, Amara, Gabriel, Michael, Pit, YHVH, God (God, the Devil, and Bob), The Doctor, Lord Voldemort, Dolores Jane Umbridge, Wilhuff Tarkin, Mata Nui, Palutena, The Presence, Optimus Prime, Link, all of the Pagan Gods in the Pantheon
  • Conflicting Opinion On: Lucifer
  • Odd Relationship With: Chuck Shurley
  • Before he fell, he was the most beautiful angel in Heaven, and God's most trusted lieutenant, as well as his favorite child. He was trusted so much by God that the latter bestowed upon Lucifer the Mark of Cain. That decision, however, had terrible repercussions, as when God created humanity and started paying more attention to them, Lucifer became jealous and bitter, and rebelled against God, with God eventually locking him in a Cage located in the darkest pits of Hell.
  • He was eventually freed from his Cage, and tried to bring on the Apocalypse, only to be imprisoned back in Cage again. However, he was soon able to escape from his Cage again, by possessing Castiel's vessel, after Castiel gave him permission to possess him in order to stop the Darkness. He has since been thrown out of Castiel's vessel, and was placed back in his "Nick" vessel, which had been reconstructed.
  • Upon his ascension, Death the Horseman came to him and told him exactly what would happen if Lucifer tried to bound Death to him again. Lucifer reluctantly agreed, although how much of his agreement he actually meant is up for debate.
  • Sam and Dean constantly try to avoid him, due to Sam being Lucifer’s one true vessel. Lucifer, for his part, is banned from the House of Emotion as a result of this, though he is trying his best to convince the Maintainers of Emotion that he isn't as bad as Sam and Dean say he is, and that he's not that bad of a guy. The Maintainers of Emotion luckily aren't buying it.
  • Castiel holds a major grudge against Lucifer, due to Lucifer killing him twice, as well Lucifer using Cas' vessel for causing chaos after Cas gave him permission to use it in fighting against the Darkness.
  • While Azazel, Ramiel, and Dagon all welcomed him with open arms, Asmodeus avoids him since he captured Lucifer in their universe, when the latter was lacking some of his grace. Lucifer promises to return the favor to Asmodeus when he gets the chance. Conversely, Crowley does his best to spite Lucifer whenever he gets the chance, with Lucifer making a point to cause trouble for Crowley too.
  • Despite his hatred for humans and demons alike, he ultimately despises Pagan Gods the most out of all of the residents in the Pantheon.
    "You know, I never understood you pagans. You're such...petty little things! Always fighting...always happy to sell out your own kind. No wonder you forfeited this planet to us! You are worse than humans. You're worse than demons. And yet you claim to be gods? And they call me prideful..."
  • His hatred of humans isn't just limited to heroes. He despises evildoers like Tarkin and Umbridge, due to their sadism and how sociopathic they are. At least he has some love for his siblings and father (though not as much as he has for himself); Umbridge and Tarkin represent what he sees in humanity; "broken, flawed abortions".
  • He also despises Voldemort, mostly due to Voldemort seeing himself as someone of Lucifer's caliber. But even he thinks that what Voldemort did to his own soul was nasty.
  • That being said, he gets along well with Teridax for a variety of reasons, such as sharing similar histories, and that Lucifer admires how Teridax was able to succeed in his plans, as well as how much of a Magnificent Bastard Teridax is. However, Lucifer may or may not realize that Teridax doesn't plan on making him an equal partner in his endeavors...
  • His views on humanity puts him directly at odds with the Doctor, due to their views on humanity being on completely opposite ends of the spectrum. Lucifer cannot just understand why someone like the Doctor would tolerate, let alone protect, humanity, while the Doctor swore to defend humanity from threats like Lucifer long ago. Though Lucifer doesn't know what the Doctor means by "an encounter near a Black Hole". On the other hand, his quarrel with the Doctor has brought him a new ally in the Master, who enjoys causing trouble for humanity, and similarly holds humans in low regard.
  • His opinion of the other Lucifer in the Pantheon is a conflicted one, as while they're both, well, Lucifer, he doesn't understand why the other one has such a fondness for humans, since this Lucifer's hatred of humans is well-known. However, both of them are opposed to YHVH, although for different reasons.
  • Quickly became allies with SCP-682 and Zamasu, due to the all of them sharing a "Humans Are Bastards" mentality. Lucifer also implies that he may have had a hand in SCP-682's creation.
  • Ever since he has found out that his father, Chuck Shurley, had managed to simultaneously ascend with him, the two of them have had an awkward reunion, given that the last time Chuck saw Lucifer, the latter has his ass handed to him by Amara. Not to mention that they also had an equally awkward heart-to-heart shortly before.

Intermediate Gods


Asimov, God of Super Supremacy (Takefusu, Demerzel, Sumeragi's AI)
Click here to see him with his Septima active. 
Click here to see his true form as Demerzel. 

  • Intermediate God (Greater God in Luminous Avenger iX)
  • Symbol: The QUILL symbol
  • Theme Songs: The Collision of Thunderstorms, Thunderstorm
  • Alignment: Appears as Chaotic Good, but is actually Neutral Evil (Lawful Evil as Demerzel)
  • Domains: Electricity, Terrorism, Supremacy, Psychics, Betrayal
  • Portfolio: Super Supremacist, Rebel Leader, Evil Mentor, Affably Evil, Evil Running Good, Wearing Cool Shades as a Power Limiter, White Hair, Black Heart, Magnificent Bastard, Being The Second Azure Striker, Expressing Pride For One's Opponents, Being Gunvolt's Final Foe, Walking Spoiler
  • Allies: Sun Li, Eneru, Elpizo, Magneto, General Zod
  • Enemies: All other ascended Azure Striker Gunvolt deities, but especially Copen, Nova and Blade, Ange, William Stryker
  • Rivals: Ghetsis Harmonia
  • Opposes: Amon, all Muggles in the Pantheon, but mostly Embryo, Adam Taurus
  • Opposed by: Gunvolt, Toriel, Asgore, Thor, N, Izuku Midoriya
  • Evil Counterpart to: Professor X
  • Admires: All Ninjas in the Pantheon
  • Avoids: Anyone making use of Anti-Magic
  • Pities: Izuku Midoriya
  • 20 Minutes into the Future, a psychic power known as Septima began to develop in certain humans, known as Adepts. What followed was chaos, as society began to collapse, and as a result, these beings called Adepts became feared and hated by the regular human populace. An attempted remedy of the Adept problem was brought about by the Sumeragi Group, who behind closed doors, partook in cruel experiments with the Adepts as their subjects. Led by Asimov, the resistance group known as QUILL works to take down Sumeragi by any means necessary.
  • Of course, this was a front for Asimov's true goals. He sought not equality for Adepts, but supremacy, and the eradication of humans. To this end, he had Gunvolt do the heavy lifting for him, only to reveal his plans after Nova had been taken down. Wishing for his former ally to help him spearhead the Adept uprising, he kills him when the latter refuses, only for Gunvolt to be revived by the power of the Anthem and face him again, this time emerging victorious.
  • His ascension happened after his demise at the end of the first Azure Striker Gunvolt. Being unambiguously dead, he found himself confused when he suddenly found himself in the House of Life and Vitality. It was explained to him that he had ascended as the God of Super Supremacy, something that he felt happy about, feeling it gave him precedent to continue his oppression of Muggles.
  • As a result of the above, he and Gunvolt are currently not on very good terms. While Asimov does not hate Gunvolt outright, he has proven willing to throw away whatever bond they had before the ending of the first game and kill Gunvolt. On Gunvolt's part, he was horrified to hear that Asimov had ascended, and is keeping tabs on him in case he attempts to restart a variant of his Adept uprising in the pantheon. He was not very pleased to learn of the events of Luminous Avenger iX, and is doing all in his power to prevent such a thing from happening here.
  • It is worth noting that he and Gunvolt have something of a shared history, both being the sole successful products of the inhumane Project Gunvolt, where they were given their ultra-powerful Azure Striker Septima. Asimov is actually responsible for rescuing Gunvolt from Sumeragi, as well as teaching him to harness his Septima, causing the latter to see him as something of a father-figure. Gunvolt actually seems to have forgotten about the teaching part, much to Asimov's disappointment.
    Gunvolt: Hey, I got it. Who are you lecturing? It's my Septima.
  • His relationship with Gunvolt's rival, Copen, is much more reciprocally negative, due to Copen being a human and Asimov having defeated him and stolen his gun. This animosity is escalated tenfold whenever Copen is in 'Luminous Avenger iX' mode, where he took on Sumeragi, now led by Asimov, and became the latter's nemesis in Gunvolt's stead.
  • As a fellow villainous father-figure, it didn't take long for him to find a kindred spirit in Ghetsis Harmonia Gropius, though their contrasting goals for humanity do sometimes lead to disagreements. That is, Ghetsis wishes to conquer it, while Asimov would rather destroy it. Nevertheless, they aren't on terms that can be described as completely friendly or unfriendly, which naturally worries both Gunvolt and N. The two of them have agreed to help take care of each other's father figures should they go out of line in the Pantheon.
  • On that note, he also admires Sun Li, who doesn't qualify as a muggle due to being one of the greater players in the game he is from. The two get along, being father-like Evil Mentors, and he seeks to become a Magnificent Bastard on his level, feeling it would help his plans go off much more hitchlessly. He intends to give Sun Li a place in his Adept empire, something the Glorious Strategist is strongly considering.
  • His actions have earned the scorn of much of the House of Family and Relatives, most notably Toriel, who despises him for his willingness to harm his own 'child'. They mostly avoid each other, Asimov out of apathy, and Toriel because she recognises putting herself on his radar to be an ill-advised move. Asgore also shares this sentiment, but is willing to stay out of his way as long as none of the Undertale deities are hurt by him.
    • Despite this, he does not necessarily support the Child Abuse Supporters, and for good reason. He actually treated Gunvolt quite well, and is rather fond of him, viewing killing him as a Necessary Evil required to carry out his goal. He stays out of their way, while disapproving of their abuse of their children for what he sees as no good reason.
  • He and Eneru get along quite well, the two of them frequently comparing their capacity for the lightning element, all in good fun. His Luminous Avenger iX incarnation goes toe-to-toe with the 200-Million Volt Eneru, with the two being said to be rather evenly matched. That they both view themselves as good guys for all the things they've done helps, albeit for different reasons - especially considering Asimov only shares his god complex as Demerzel.
  • As Demerzel, Asimov undergoes a serious personality change. He becomes much more insane and sociopathic, and considers himself to be a God of Thunder, which puts him at blows with Thor, the actual bearer of this title. Demerzel has yet to prove himself superior to Thor, something that greatly frustrates him, but he is trying nonetheless.
  • Being an icon of Muggle Power, in what seems to be a similar vein to Copen, Asimov is strongly opposed to Amon, seeing him as one of the greatest obstacles to his muggle-free world. The feeling is mutual, but became greater on Asimov's end once he learned that Amon wasn't even a non-bender in the first place. He now sees him as little more than a confused hypocrite.
  • He has something of an interest in Izuku Midoriya, seeing as like him, the youth was a former Muggle who was granted superpowers. As such, he has attempted to recruit the boy to his cause on more than one occasion. Midoriya is staunchly against this, taking the stance that while he is aware Asimov has suffered, it doesn't justify his attempts to eradicate humanity, and cannot forgive his attempts on Gunvolt's life once he learned of them.
  • As the Adept leader of a Kill All Humans scheme and an Un-Sorcerer with Anti-Magic capabilities, who was oppressed for her lack of capacity for magic, it didn't take long for Asimov and Ange to become enemies. She is one of the few muggles he views as an actual threat, as he does not know if her Anti-Magic touch works on his Septima, and he really isn't interested in finding out anytime soon.
  • Disapproves of the school of Anti-Magic, mostly because he finds the idea of it being used on him to be utterly repulsive. He cannot stand the idea of being unable to use his Septima, and he believes he speaks for all superhumans when he says that being rendered in a state that makes him no better than a mere human is the worst thing that can happen to someone like him.
  • Due to misunderstandings, the House of Machinery and Technology once awaited his arrival, only to soon discover that he was nothing like the Father of Robotics, and was in fact a very evil man who was completely apathetic to his cause. At the very least, this earned him the support of most of the evil deities in the House, particularly Metallix, if only for the 'Kill All Humans' aspect of his plan.
  • A fellow Super Supremacist himself, Asimov sympathises quite sincerely with Magneto, though this definitely doesn't quite apply to Demerzel, who Magneto has quite the dislike for, viewing even him to be monstrous. Both have been victims and perpetrators of Fantastic Racism, and thus see a little of themselves in one another. Asimov has also developed something of a respect for Magneto's Friendly Enemy, Professor X, and is curious as to why he sympathises with humans so much despite being a mutant himself. He aims to change his mind on this aspect and recruit him into his Adept empire, though with little success so far.
  • Another Super Supremacist he gets along with is General Zod, whom he knelt before upon learning about him, asking for his assistance in his mission. Zod, for his part, is still strongly considering accepting.
  • When he learned of another human-hater in the Hall of Weapon Placement, he immediately made a beeline for said Hall and discovered Adam Taurus. The off on the wrong foot. Adam refuses to work with someone who is technically a human, even if he is an Adept, and Asimov wound up disappointed that for all his strength, he turned out to be little more than an overly-obsessed ex.
  • Strangely enough, he has a fascination for Ninjas, and their culture, finding them to be intriguing. Most of the ninjas in the pantheon are no exception, though Bang Shishigami is a bit of a disappointment to him. The ninjas, on their part, usually want nothing to do with him, since they tend to be good or neutral-aligned.

"I took a wrong turn with you somewhere... I'm sorry for that. But you've made your position clear. I'm on one side of this line... and you're on the other! You see, you're not the only Azure Striker. You were just the strongest... until now."

Copen Kamizono, God of Muggle Power (Acura Kamizono, The Avenger, The Adept Slayer, Boss, Funbane, The Luminous Avenger iX, Savior of the Minos, “Sun dairy”, Bro)
  • Intermediate God. Briefly borderline near Greater God under Mytyl's Anthem.
  • Symbol: His laser gun, Border Mk II, and Lola. A red X is also applicable.
  • Theme Songs: The Avenger, Committed to Annihilation, Opening Stage (Copen), Indigo Destiny (Duet version) (under Mytyl's Anthem)
  • Alignment: Firmly Chaotic Neutral at his worst. Neutral Good in Luminous Avenger iX.
  • Portfolio: Cape Busting Kid Hero with Black-and-White Insanity, Knight Templar, Badass Normal, Religious Bruiser, Promoted to Playable, Power Copying, Will not stop until Adepts are extinct and can’t turn back from that, White Hair, Black Heart
  • Domains: Vigilantism, Humanity, Technology, Tiger Motifs, Subroutines, Extermination, Hatred
  • Allies: Blade (as Luminous Avenger iX)
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: The Boys
  • Rivals: Gunvolt
  • Special Relationship: The Falcons (as Luminous Avenger iX)
  • Enemies: The Sumeragi Swordsmen, Zonda and the Seven, Amon, Charles Xavier, The X-Men and other mutants Ryoma Sengoku, Bonedrewd, Professor Hojo, Dr. Eggman, Dr. Wily and other evil scientists and roboticists, villainous deities of My Hero Academia
  • Respects: Arthur Maxson
  • Opposed by/Opposes: William Stryker, Masato Kusaka/Kamen Rider Kaixa
  • Additional Relationships: Godot, Izuku Midoriya and the other heroic deities of My Hero Academia
  • Herald: Lola
  • Here is a little story from the past: A scientist by the name of Dr. Kamizono was a researcher at the Sumeragi Futures Institute of Technology’s S-FIT. Though their mission is to revolutionize energy, the sinister practice of live experimentation on Adepts thrived beneath the surface. Kamizono disapproved of such practices, but that ultimately came down to Sumeragi helping create more and more of these “monsters”. Soon one fateful day he along with many other researchers are all killed by one of their experimentees, a young boy that commanded electricity, who disappeared into the unknown while Sumeragi wasted no time in burying the incident and taking his research to further their goals. Dr. Kamizono has two children, an older boy and a younger girl, and the former would go on to pick up the pieces left behind his late father. Believing Sumeragi actually silenced his father to take the research the kid came to the conclusion he would have to take matters into his own hands. This boy’s name is Copen Kamizono and he fights to rid the world of every last Adept.
  • The removal of one of Amon’s titles was swift and efficient. Onlookers around the House of Philosophy could only toward a 14 year old kid clad in white and red dashing from building to building before disappearing without a trace. Later that evening reports popped across the different Houses of both Sumeragi and Eden’s hits. All shared the distinction of a white and crimson blur blasting through the air and eliminating their personnel and driving away their bosses through laser weaponry and abilities replicated from the higher ups. There was no mistaking it, Copen has ascended to the Pantheon.
    Copen: "Sumeragi and Eden. The fact that both of you walk in the land of the living once more is another crime in of itself. But you won't evade me, or your coming judgement."
  • Though only a normal boy his genius in technology and engineering allows to keep up and even surpass the strengths of the mystical Adepts. Preferring unrelenting attacks and quick speed he arms himself with Border Mk II, a gun from his late father that once shot anti-Septima bullets but has since switched to lasers. Copen doesn’t slack on defense, however. In addition to the many subroutines he installs on White Tiger armor Copen can quickly Bullit Dash into things to tag them for his lasers and can even take to the skies with his Rocket Boots. Plus, through analyzing an Adept’s Septisome Copen can replicate their former owner’s powers. This was how he was able to copy the Azure Striker’s mainstay of defense: Prevasion, and this would only be the tip of the iceberg to his arsenal.
    • Abilities copied from Adepts’ Septimas take the form of EX Weapons and are manned by many different drones that surround Copen called Bits, all of them managed by a spunky Robot Buddy named Lola. From Power Grab and Gorgon Gaze to Hailstorm Blade and Hydro Zapper. While EX Weapons are inactive the Bits also function as a shield known as Flashfield, another barrier against attacks coming his way. With this in mind Copen is able to juggle both offense and defense and is a force to be reckoned with though he does hold back on using EX Weapons so as to not overly reliant on them and be defeated. Really piss him off and you'll get another story, as GV can attest to. Guilt Sequence and Doppler Destroyer are good enough proof of that.
  • Speaking of, Copen can be looked at as Gunvolt’s opposite in almost every way. Copen is a Muggle who fights with technological genius clad in white and red, while GV is an Adept who fights with his granted powers and is instead dominantly clad in blue and black. Further highlighting this is the respective Tiger Versus Dragon and demon and angel symbolism between the two and with Copen originally hauling heavier armor, complete with a shield doubling as a ballista. In short, Copen was durable while GV was more nimble.
  • Being a young scientist he frequents the House of Technology to further hone his craft, though he's very careful not to diverge any of his technology publicly so as they don't get misused much like with his late father's research. It is disappointing enough that there are all too many in the field of science who like to abuse it for personal gain such as Professor Hojo, Bonedrewd, and Ryoma Sengoku. Its for that reason he agrees with Arthur Maxson and the Brotherhood of Steel's overall doctrine, though he does balk at the Brotherhood's use of a Humongous Mecha and its ability to throw nuke-like ordinances. In a post-apocalyptic world. Where everthing was bombed to hell.
    Lola: "Geez, boss. Don't sugarcoat it or anything."
    • Roboticists on the side of evil also gets on his nerves, considering who his partner is and everything and having fought an Adept with "the self-absorbed delusions of an infant" that brought an entire factory's worth of machines to life. Eggman and Wily in particular are the kind of people who fit that description like the glove. Copen and Lola hates the latter's guts more mainly for being behind the Roboenza Virus. Even if he left behind enough cures for a whole population, that hasn't excused... practically everything else he has done. If he's conducting his business but is not hunting down Adepts and other superhumans then it is likely he's trying to thwart their plots.
  • When working on research late in the Pantheon's nights he takes trips down to the House of Food. Specifically, he goes down to get some coffee and prefers it black. It's practically a favorite of his, and pretty indicative of his personality despite being so young he's wise beyond his years, even if he's quite stubborn. Here, he prefers to keep a low profile in this downtime and doesn't usually try to stick around longer than he needs to. Though he does consistently talk to Godot due to a shared love for coffee, anyways. Sure, the coffee-themed koans are quite odd and overall illogical, but the prosecutor makes for a good conversationalist anyways.
  • As the Pantheon is a much more forgiving place Copen has been put under a lot of scrutiny for his goals when it comes to pulling a Final Solution on Adepts. While there is never any doubt it is an extreme solution the state of his world and actions of organizations like Eden is glaring, so it is not like he has no ground to stand on. One of the things that stopped people from being seeing him as bad as both Sumeragi and Eden is the fact he mainly reserves his wrath towards villains and other vagabonds, though make no mistake he won’t hesitate on attacking people like GV if they get in his way. The other reason is that with the revelation that his sister, Mytyl, is an Adept herself Copen’s resolve in his cause is noticeably shaken even as he left her and the Kamizono family to continue on fighting. Then again, staying around after decapitating Eden's leadership would have dire consequences anyways. He's way too deep into his crusade for there not to have any collateral damage.
    • In any case, Charles Xavier along with the X-Men and other mutants have collectively deemed Copen their enemy for his stance against superhuman beings as a whole, not all too different from the regular humans who have their prejudices against them. Many are also weary of his ability to copy Septimas and it wouldn't be unreasonable to assume Copen would be able to do the same to their mutations if given time and the chance.
    • And speaking of mutant-hating humans, Copen and William Stryker have an interesting relationship. Though the two of them share many simalirites ranging from beliefs (in more ways than one to an extent) Copen is disturbed that he was willing to both kill his own son for being a mutant and his wife for given birth to said mutant... in some instances at least. Regardless, family is something that means a lot to Copen. It's the reason he took up fighting Adepts in the first place and the reason why he had a crisis of faith as stated earlier. One severe enough to fake his death, discard the Kamizono name, and leave his sister to live a life without him in the picture when earlier she was just in the dark of it all. William, meanwhile, most of the time finds his lack of ability to steel his convictions disgraceful.
    • Being a well known team of Cape Busters, Copen has worked with the Boys here and there. Although we would be lying if there wasn't any vitriol tossed back and forth given Copen's extreme ideals when it comes to superhumans as a whole considering his claims of wanting to rid the world of superhumans period. It's quite in line with Billy Butcher tried to do, even extending it to his teammates in the mortal world. Though even with that similarity he and Copen can hardly be called likeminded. Copen doesn't take any pleasure in what he does unlike Butcher and the revelation regarding his sister had him cast genuine doubts on what he preaches.
    • Being nearly undaunted in the idea that regular and Differently Powered Individuals are unable to coexist he is then unable to comprehend the state of the society deities from My Hero Academia are from. And thinking about it more ultimately leads him to be frustrated in the end, especially when it is about the disparity between there and Copen's world. On the other side of the coin many are wary of Copen as his use of Depleted Phlebotinum Shells and Power Grab are all too reminiscent of not only All for One but also bullets that are able to de-Quirk people. But as it is with Copen his beef is mainly with its villains, though he's a dangerous person to come across all the same.
  • At some point different people have made comparisons between him and Masato Kusaka, mainly for the fact that both are not only rivals to the heroes of their respective but also carrying that drive to wipe out anyone they don't deem human. Copen and Lola consider the comparisons offensive. While the former won't necessarily deny them (Copen himself internally admitted he is a demon bent on revenge), he would like to make the distinction that he is definitely not a Yandere who is perfectly willing to manipulate the targeted interest's friends into infighting so he could have them all for himself. On Masato's end he finds the way Copen goes about his business with Adepts intriguing and is starting to have some similar thoughts when it comes to the Pantheon's population of kaijin. As if his existing Fantastic Racism for them wasn't enough.
    Lola: "A jerk and a creep. Ugh!"
    Copen: "What a winning combination."
  • If you're still wondering: He and Amon, the former holder of Muggle Power, don't like each other by the way. Though the both have a shared hatred against their respective universe's powers, citing them as the cause of everything wrong and awful, came to that conclusion thanks to their fathers, and are both hypocritical in some way or another they are still very different. How they came to hate powers is as different as night and day with Copen doing so out of a love for his father and desire to avenge him while Amon was abused by his instead. The same can be said with how they deal with the problem with Copen wanting to kill anyone with a Septima and does the dirty business on his own while Amon took to debending people and building an following after it. In addition, both don't shy away at calling each other's hypocrisy whether its with Copen using the Adepts powers against them and ditching his sister as opposed to killing her like he always said or Amon being a Bender himself (and an incredibly capable one at that).
  • Don't let that cold demeanor fool you. Even in his line of work he's quite the Deadpan Snarker himself, one that matches Gunvolt. And when the situation calls he can also be The Comically Serious. For example, he was quite through with Ghauri's atrocious rhymes, enough so that he was actually losing focus during their rematch. And he didn't even hesitate on pressing Gibril's Berserk Button repeatedly after finding what it was. In addition, his indistinct religiousness leads to Copen also being a bit of a prude if you can believe it. He was pretty stingy on what his sister is consuming in terms of reading material, and wasn't on board with the idea of her using perfume as that's more for older girls.
  • There are times, however, in which Copen is a lot more mellow in his actions and attitude. He’s less of a Deadpan Snarker, preferring a more quiet and even respectful outlook towards his enemies and all the talk about God along with his Fantastic Racism for the Adepts and those empowered like them is oddly absent. This can be attributed to the journey where he took on the now Adept-backed Sumeragi Institute of Human Evolution where he went by the moniker of "iX". In other words, the journey involving the timeline in which Gunvolt and Joule were both killed by Asimov who then went on to usurp Sumeragi in the power vacuum from Nova’s demise and Take Over the World as Demerzel. His reign of terror would last for a century, and Copen was forced to become a cyborg to continue fighting. His new temperament here makes it all the more ironic, especially so since he now genuinely mourns Gunvolt and Joule’s death since practically every encounter with the former ended with Copen trying to murder him. Instead, he reserved every ounce of his Tranquil Fury towards Asimov. For Gunvolt and Joule's deaths at his hands, for Mytyl’s suffering as the Butterfly Effect, and for this living nightmare of a world where Adepts are heavily surveyed and forced to join in on killing the rest of humanity.
    • As a result many gods and goddesses note Copen is much easier to work with in this state of mind whereas he usually would of attacked someone with powers whether they were good or evil and would only relent if the situation proved really dire such as when an airship nearly crashed into a skyscraper. It is a bit hard to believe, and may give people some whiplash comparing the normal Copen to iX but few are willing to object having someone like that on their side for a change. Various heroic deities from My Hero Academia have come across iX by chance who was more than willing to help them out and even get along with them, though Copen perhaps gets along with Izuku Midoriya the best possibly because he used to be a Quirkless person himself. To Copen, he's reminded of an Adept who was not born with a Septima named "Blade", though the circumstances are much more tragic in their case, even if they were freed and even inspired to keep going by Copen in the end. Izuku and his allies silently hope this change of heart can be brought out more often.
  • "I'll keep fighting until the day the last Adept falls."


Lesser Gods

Anti-Mage, God of Magic Haters (Anti-Fun, BurNIng, Magina)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Mana Void with Manta Style crossed infront of it.
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Taking reduced damage from magic, considering magic inherently vile and all its users evil, being nameless, having a taste for talking in a different way, having a title that perfectly describe his occupation, life, mission and powers, being an extremist with understandable intentions, teleporting in the blink of an eye, burning his enemy's mana with his attacks.
  • Domains: Combat, Anti-Magic, War, Profession.
  • High Priest: Magebane.
  • Followers: Mage killers and hunters in general.
  • Allies: Omniknight, Silencer, Amon, Ange, Brightwing, Tracer
  • Rivals: The Champions of Runeterra, Touma Kamijou, Illidan Stormrage.
  • Enemies: Terrorblade, Lion, Carl the Invoker and GUAE Malum Magia, Embryo.
  • Teethclenched Teamwork: Good-aligned Mages and Sven
  • Immediately following Anti-Mage's ascension, because of his mission to end magic by killing all users of magic, he was banned from being even five miles near the House of Magic. Anti-Mage is still grumbling about that.
  • A common misconception is that Anti-Mage has two twin brothers. These "twins" are actually illusions created out of nowhere with Anti-Mage's favorite weapon, Manta Style. Though they're not as powerful, they're still dangerous against mages as they can burn mana just like the real Anti-Mage.
  • Anti-Mage is often quick to inform confused gods that his powers are the result of "Purity of Will", not magic.
  • Despite his nickname and reputation, Anti-Mage doesn't truly hate fun, as he has been known to laugh heartily and loudly from time to time (and not necessarily while he's in the middle of killing mages). It's just that mages from the battlefield of the ancients consider spellcasting fun. Anti-Mage, being who he is, occasionally comes around to ruin these mages' fun, thus earning him his nickname.
  • Once upon a time, Anti-Mage decided to be a hard carry when he's normally just a midgame carry. Sven shut him down. Anti-Mage still bears a grudge toward him for that day. The rumors that Sven has a relationship with a mage doesn't help.
    • And ever since that day, merely listening to that kind of Training Montage music is enough to drive Anti-Mage nuts and try to get out of the vicinity until he can't listen to that song anymore, if he's not wrecking the music source already.
  • Nortrom the Silencer is probably the one "spellcaster" that Anti-Mage don't mind, since he's technically not using magic and his spells are primarily anti-magic in nature.
  • Although he's not a major threat normally, this changes dramatically if he manages to get farmed, as accurately illustrated by this comic.
  • The phrase "Friendship is Magic" is a huge Berserk Button for Anti-Mage. If you're lucky, he will just rant about foul sorcery and shout "EVIL is Magic" in the place of commas. If you're unlucky, you will find yourself with no mana for weeks.
  • Anti-Mage used to be a Night Elf once. Ironic, considering that magic is the reason why the Night Elves exist in the first place. While he doesn't appear to remember his past, Anti-Mage admits to faintly recalling some strange memories when he learned of the ascension of the Night Elf, Malfurion Stormrage. Malfurion himself cause some worry in Anti-Mage however, for some of the memories shows a familiar looking figure as his father. He was also shocked to hear that Malfurion fought in the battlefield of the ancients in the past, before passing the mantle to a different hero.
    • Eventually Anti-Mage found out that he has similar fighting style with Malfurion's brother, Illidan. While after a bout of pure fighting made them consider each other Worthy Opponent, Anti-Mage can't help but wonder if Illidan's eye situation was yet another result of the evils of magic.
  • He had an actual name once, Magina. He probably chose to discard it for obvious reasons.
  • Anti-Mage was also once brothers with Terrorblade, as Malfurion can attest to. However, neither Anti-Mage or Terrorblade does not remember this. Not that it stopped them from being influenced into being hostile against each other.
  • Has a weird relationship with Touma Kamijou, with Anti-Mage acknowledging that his technique of punching mages are stuffs of legends. Except that Anti-Mage has been telling him that there are more ways than punching mages to counter them. Depriving them from their power source is one example.
    • He also has great respect on Kiritsugu Emiya, the well-reknown Magus Killer, as he admires some of his 'pragmatic' ways to kill off mages.
  • To him, benders are mages under a different name, and for that reason has chosen to work together with Amon. As Anti-Mage is unaware of Amon's secret, he mistakes his power to de-bend for an exotic form of "Purity of Will".
  • When news of GUAE Malum Magia's creation made its way to Anti-Mage's attention, Anti-Mage reluctantly decided that he might have to side with the "lesser evil" this time around if he wants to bring the entire GUAE division down.
  • "The magic ends here."
    • Though some can misread it as "The fun ends here."

    Fisher Tiger 
Fisher Tiger, God of Tragic Bigots (The Great Adventurer, Hero Of Slaves)

    Hoss Delgado 
Hoss Delgado, God of Prejudice Towards Monsters (Spectral Exterminator, Midnight Sailor, Rosie, Rene Gado)



    Calvin Candie and Stephen 
Calvin J. Candie and Stephen, Gods of Slavery and Racism Among Humans (Monsieur Candie)
Candie (right) with Stephen
  • Demigods
  • Symbol: A cotton plant and a phrenology chart
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: (Both) Slave-Owning, Evil Pairs; (Candie) Acting like a gentleman to people he likes (read: fellow white people), Love of French Culture, Being less educated that he lets on, Plantation Owner, Phrenology and Race Science; (Stephen) Racism towards his own race, Being the real brains behind the pair, Embracing his role as a slave and using it against other slaves, Loyalty to his master
  • Domains: Evil, Hatred, Racism, Slavery
  • Heralds: Candie's BEAUTIFUL SISTER and the rest of the staff of Candyland.
  • Allies: Uncle Ruckus, Gleeman Vox.
  • Enemies: EVERY SINGLE LAST BLACK OR EX-SLAVE MEMBER OF THE PANTHEON, but especially Samuel L. Jackson and Jules Winnfield. Captain Jack Sparrow isn't too fond of them either and The Basterds hate them too.
  • Upon arrival in the Pantheon, Candie erected his "Candyland" cotton plantation. Despite the protest from countless gods, Candyland continues to be profitable thanks to the patronage of Nazi and Neo-Nazi gods.
  • Stephen, though he plays the fool in public, is much more cunning and arguably even worse than Candie. Though he never steps out of line, Stephen terrorizes his fellow slaves, often overseeing their torture, execution, and even sale if they cross him or Candie. He is the brains of Candie's operations and keeps a careful eye on all of Candie's allies and business partners, especially after the last time someone tried to negotiate with Candie. He gets along great with Uncle Ruckus, though.
  • Although the Red Skull and other Nazi members of the Pantheon quietly approve of Candie's methods, Candie is wary of them. When asked why, he simply responded, "I've had bad experience with Germans..." No one has pressed him further. Plus he and Stephen find their plans to exterminate lesser races less efficient and fun than simply enslaving them.
  • Despite Twilight Sparkle's warnings and insistence that it isn't the kind of place she thinks it is, Pinkie Pie has expressed interest in visiting Candyland upon learning of its existence.
  • Although all black gods and goddesses hate Candie and Stephen with a burning passion, Stephen has a particularly fierce enemy in Samuel L. Jackson. This rivalry was especially awkward when Jackson was chosen to serve as Stephen's herald.
  • Candie is a major Francophile and prefers to be addressed as Monsieur Candie. However, as he doesn't speak a word of French, he hates it when people speak to him in French as it makes him feel embarrassed. If, God forbid, you make this mistake, he is liable to bash your skull in with a hammer or feed you to his dogs.
  • Candie frequently petitions the House of Combat to add a God of Mandingo Fighting to their ranks. Thus far, these petitions have been ignored.
  • Candie is also a fan of DEATH BATTLE! and frequently asks Wiz and Boomstick to include his Mandingo fighting slaves in a future bout.
  • Interestingly, Candie and Stephen are perfectly fine with the non-human members of the Pantheon, so long as they don't mess with their "livelihood". They are racists of the human kind, not Fantastic Racists.
  • Opposed by the House of Justice, but they begrudgingly admit that Candie and Stephen technically haven't done anything illegal.
  • Candie once tried to join the House of Knowledge as the "God of Phrenology". He was promptly and harshly refused.
  • Candie once tried to flirt with Charlotte Dunois. She was charmed by his demeanor at first, but when he invited her over for "Mandingo Fighting" she became furiously disgusted and proceeded to deliver a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown with her IS with a barrage of French cursing (none of which Candie understood).
    • Likewise, a similar attempt to strike up a friendship with fellow Southern Gentleman Remy LeBeau end with a staff to the nards and several exploding playing cards in his face.
  • One of the few gods Candie would actually consider a friend is Gleeman Vox, thanks to their shared interests in gladiatorial combat, forced servitude, and lack of scruples. Candyland is one of DreadZone's biggest sponsors, and Candie often has his Mandingo slaves participate in the show. In return, Vox provides Candie with new slaves and explosive collars to keep them in line. Stephen, for his part, considers Vox to be reckless and a potential liability, and keeps a careful eye on the alien's dealings with Candie.
  • Despite being racist, slave-owning arseholes, they are notably intimidated by Davros, considering him to be a destructive and trigger-happy maniac.

    Col. Benjamin Cameron 
Col. Benjamin Cameron, God of Klansmen (Ben, Colonel Cameron, The Little Colonel)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: KKK imagery
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil (likely believes he's Chaotic Good)
  • Portfolio: The Klan, Villain Protagonist, Values Dissonance, Affably Evil, Noble Demon, Hot-Blooded, Epic Movie, lynchings
  • Domains: The Confederacy, Racism, Slavery, War
  • Heralds: Elsie Stoneman (his wife), many clanmates
  • Enemies: Every black deity in the Pantheon, Ulysses S. Grant, The Slavers, Aveline de Grandpré and Adéwalé, Anakin Skywalker, Dark Elves
  • Complicated Relations: Scarlett O'Hara, Calvin Candie and Stephen, Abraham Lincoln, John Carter
  • In the antebellum-era United States, two families were close friends: abolitionist Stonemans in the North, and plantation-owning Camerons in the South. The Civil War forced the families to fight each other, and the conflict ended the way everyone knows, with the North winning. Reconstruction began and the South was forced to change its ways by the North; most importantly, the abolition of slavery and black people getting rights. Ben Cameron, a decorated colonel admired both by his brothers-at-arms and Union soldiers for his bravery and honor, would not abide by these changes and so started an organization, the Ku Klux Klan, with the purpose of oppressing free black people and protecting his fellow white Southerners. This being a rather different era, Cameron got even the abolitionist Stonemans and other Northerners to side with his cause and ultimately succeeded in keeping black people oppressed. Needless to say, while he was hailed as a hero back then, the story comes across in a rather different tone now.
  • Cameron's ascension proved to be one of the most controversial events ever in the Pantheon, with several deities criticizing the Main House for "legitimizing" the KKK. Which doesn't matter to the neutral Main House, with its only concerns being that the beings that get ascended are competent at representing their chosen trope and that they have an interesting story. For better or worse, Cameron fits those bills, topped off by his work of origin being hugely influential on the medium of film. Cameron's own reaction at being ascended was to feel honored and gracefully accept it, in spite of the staggering number of deities booing him at his instatement ceremony. It got worse when he announced his organization (at least, his chapter) would be fully operational in the Pantheon to protect the hallowed place from those who would sully it, as he once protected his Southern home. He did not specify who he meant by "those who would sully it", but one can guess.
  • For obvious reasons, Cameron is a guy who is kind of strapped for reliable allies, as nowadays even the most evil deities would balk at the sort of virulent bigotry and segregationism that Cameron espouses. Even in his time, some people would find him too much. His fellow Southerner Scarlett O'Hara is someone who suffered greatly from the South losing the Civil War as her family was left impoverished. However, Scarlett has no interest whatsoever in Cameron's "just" cause, only caring to secure stability for herself, and her family next. Cameron is rather miffed that Scarlett has such selfish and small-minded motivations, but reckons she is worthy of some respect given how well she has done for herself, often on her lonesome, in the aftermath of a terrible war. So despite everything else, Cameron still sees Scarlett as a Southern sister and would protect her from her enemies.
  • Another Confederate soldier who isn't exactly devoted to the cause is John Carter, largely because he became disillusioned after the deaths of his wife and his children. Cameron understands his grief, as he also lost much of his family in the Civil War, though he can't help but be disappointed that Carter has totally forsaken his life on Earth to go cavorting on Mars, of all the things. Carter doesn't seem to really care about white supremacy either; presumably living on a planet alongside multiple alien races has done away with such a mentality, if he ever had it. In fact, he has asked Cameron if all the hate and destruction is worth the cause, to which Cameron replied that though many undoubtedly hate him, he himself feels no hate for the blacks; he is simply trying to uphold what is natural and right. Carter can only shake his head and sigh at such folly. That said, they agree to not get in the way of one another.
  • Has heard plenty about the Saint of Killers, a deranged ex-Confederate who went to hell, became death itself, then killed God and took over heaven. As a good, God-fearing Christian, Cameron is quite certain he wants nothing to do with the man and his laundry list of sins. It rather upsets him to know one of his copatriots could lose himself to such an extent, but either way Cameron thinks the Saint of Killers has gone way too far to be reached out to. The Saint of Killers didn't seem to really care about Cameron either, when someone informed him of another Confederate ascending. Presumably he has too much of a beef with God and similar beings to care about anything lesser.
  • The plantation- and slave-owner Calvin Candie, on the other hand, feels nothing but admiration for the KKK leader. Cameron, however, believes slave-owners should treat their slaves (at least those who know their place) with kindness and condescension, like a father who only uses the belt against his children when their behavior becomes intolerable; he thus looks at the sadistic Candie with no small amount of disdain, especially after learning about Candie's wrestling and prostitution rings, which he supplies with his slaves. Cameron also thinks he would be personally embarrassed if a slave of his became the true power behind his estate, which is the case with Candie's head slave Stephen. This only causes him to look at Candie with even more contempt, while somewhat admiring Stephen's competence and loyalty to the whites. Either way, Cameron can't really write off Candie, as he's one of the few deities to wholeheartedly support the KKK's cause, so Cameron has to tolerate him.
  • Somehow worse than Candie are the Slavers, a violent and unscrupulous gang of human traffickers specialized in selling women into sexual slavery. Cameron was so completely outraged at the magnitude of their monstrosity (although he was rather focused on the selling of white women as though they were black) that he led his clanmates in a raid on the Slavers' temple, brutalizing the three traffickers and freeing whatever "merchandise" they could find. Given virtually everybody in the Pantheon who's half-decent despises the Slavers, Cameron got no special brownie points for that one, though there were certainly a lot of deities laughing at the Slavers' misfortune. The Slavers, meanwhile, are deeply frustrated that the Pantheon now seems to have, of all things, a "moral" slaver who takes issue with them and acts on it, and so keep him relatively high on the list of people to assassinate.
  • Sadly for him, he can't do something similar to the Dark Elves in the Pantheon; they're just on another level of power and would exterminate him like a bug. Thus Cameron is left to seethe at and somewhat fear how they enslave humans to do all the necessary work, while the Elves themselves enjoy various hedonistic pursuits from indulging in luxury to engaging in high-risk battles. It does not occur to him (or perhaps he selectively ignores) that nowadays, the old South is seen in a similar, albeit less extreme light; slaves being left to do all the unpleasant tasks, while their white masters do little but attend balls.
  • When he was sentenced to be hanged at the end of the Civil War, his mother personally went to see then-President Abraham Lincoln to beg him to pardon Cameron, which was granted. Lincoln also intended to show clemency to the South, plans which were derailed by his assassination. Cameron looks upon Lincoln with warmth for all of this, nicknaming him "the Great Heart", lamenting his assassination and cursing his diabolical killer; if only he had lived, perhaps the Klan wouldn't have been necessary. Lincoln himself agrees to a certain extent, as he looks with discomfort upon Cameron's deeds and laments the evil that has befallen African-Americans after the Civil War's end and his death. One step forward, two steps back, as the saying goes. It was rather disappointing to Cameron to meet with Lincoln's disapproval, but then he remembered that despite his clemency policy, Lincoln is still a part of the Union. It's just how it is and Cameron doesn't hold any ill will against him.
    • While Lincoln may be somewhat understanding, on an intellectual level, of why Cameron does what he does (he still denounces the KKK's activities), Ulysses S. Grant is much more staunch in his opposition of the KKK, to the point where he managed to quell its first iteration. This enraged Cameron upon learning of it, as in his eyes this meant those Radical Republicans in the vein of Austin Stoneman, who were trying to humiliate the South, ultimately triumphed. Although Cameron can rest easy with the knowledge that the KKK rose from the ashes again and again, with its second iteration being directly attributed to his story inspiring many people. This fills him with pride, while Grant is left feeling dismayed that his efforts were for naught in the long-term.
  • Cameron occasionally hears rumblings that his klan should also be persecuting Jews, homosexuals, and other groups. While he's not that fond of those either, he thinks the subjugation of blacks specifically is paramount. He would shortly discover that a lot of modern Klansmen (or just racists) subscribe to another ideology called Nazism. While some of its tenets are agreeable to Cameron, he was shocked to find that many Nazis espoused the complete extermination of inferior minorities, including blacks. Cameron is fully behind subjugation and deportation, and occasionally lynching someone who "deserves" it, but total extermination is criminal drivel to him and he refuses people who believe in that to be in his klan. He also denounces nazis in general, considering them an absolutely loathsome group.
  • No black deities (except perhaps for content slaves) are willing to just lie down and accept the presence of the KKK in the Pantheon, and so they push back against Cameron and his troupe with all they have in hopes of someday ousting them. Although Cameron absolutely sees them as the enemy, he does often find himself impressed with some of their number's determination and cleverness, qualities that he never really saw in the blacks back home. He finds Coffy in particular a force to be reckoned with, seeing as she has no problem taking matters into her own hands and dishing out retribution all on her own. Coffy does not return his respect, nor does she buy into his Southern gallantry at all, and calls him "the biggest white motherfucker of them all". She seems to take special pleasure in crashing Cameron's group's meetings in spectacular and deadly ways, generally involving a lot of shooting.
  • T'Challa/Black Panther has his own history of fighting the KKK. In Cameron's case, T'Challa thought he seemed reasonable, so he tried a different approach and cordially visited him to discuss the very advanced country of Wakanda, with T'Challa ultimately asking Cameron if he really had concrete proof that blacks were so inferior to whites, when they were able to build such a nation on their own. Cameron thought Wakanda was all fine and good, but insisted that blacks do not truly belong in America and thus can only be there under certain conditions (ie: being subservient to the white man who was there "first"). Then he made the absurd proposition that perhaps T'Challa could take all the African-Americans to his own country where they would better fit in, which would certainly be a big service to the Southern whites. Let's say T'Challa doesn't think too highly of Cameron's intelligence after that, although Cameron was legitimately impressed how well T'Challa carried himself as a king.
    • Black Panther is not even the only superhero to grapple with the KKK; Superman himself has had his share of encounters with a group called the Klan of the Fiery Kross, who were seeing a resurgence after WWII. Although they were targeting Asian-Americans, their prejudice still strikes a chord in Superman as he too is technically a foreign immigrant in America. He was also personally part of a series of ads promoting inclusivity at a time when the KKK was respected. So, he does not look upon Cameron very kindly. Cameron would like Superman to know that his chapter, at least, would never target a model American like him, but he supposes it's pointless since Superman seems so staunchly against the KKK.
  • Aveline de Grandpré and Adéwalé are both black assassins who are dedicated to fighting the evil of slavery, which by extension means they have a bone to pick with Cameron and the KKK. Given Cameron's battle strategy is generally to charge head-on with great fanfare, he and his klan are rather mismatched against stealthy assassins with clever tactics, making him think that maybe they should invest in acquiring their own assassins to stand a chance, even if he personally thinks it's dishonorable.
  • Anakin Skywalker feels deep contempt for Cameron. Anakin may not be black, but he and his mother were still slaves and they suffered a lot under their master, making Anakin fundamentally opposed to slavery in all its forms, so he feels great anger seeing Cameron defend it like it's the most natural thing in the world. Cameron does find Anakin's situation lamentable (if only because he's white), but at the same time, he thinks the Empire, which Anakin was aligned with, is an awful lot like the Union, as they both imposed their wills. Anakin is fortunately no longer an Empire lackey, but either way, Cameron won't drop his stance on slavery, so it would appear they are perennially opposed.

    Dawn Bellwether 
Dawn Bellwether, Goddess of Xenophobic Herbivores (Assistant Mayor of Zootopia, Smellwether)

    Teyrn Loghain 
Teyrn Loghain Mac Tir, God of Fantastic Racism (Hero of River Dane)