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D-Reaper, God of Unprecedented and Unforeseen Hazards (The True Enemy, Death)
  • Greater Deity
  • Symbol: Mother D-Reaper's head
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil/Blue-and-Orange Morality
  • Portfolio: Bizarre, otherworldly threats, Lovecraft Lite, deletion program gone omnicidal, is like nothing else in the Digimon multiverse, wants to destroy all lifeforms because it thinks THEY are destructive
  • Domains: Destruction, Technology, Nihilism
  • Heralds: ADR-01 and the rest of its Agents
  • High Priest: Dark Matter
  • Allies: The Auditors of Reality, Nekron
  • Enemies: Nearly everything. Digimon deities, David Lightman, Lain Iwakura, Doki Doki Literature Club, .GIFfany, Agent Smith, MCP, XANA, Simon the Digger, Ryoma Nagare, Asuka Langley Soryu and other EVA pilots, Ex-, SEES
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Zamasu
  • Opposed by: Death (The Seventh Seal), Death of the Endless, Ryoji Mochizuki
  • Pities(?): Love Machine, HAL 9000, Star Dream
  • Interested in: The Vex
  • The D-Reaper is a computer program created in the late 1970's. Its original purpose was to put a stop to the Creeper virus. When Digimon were created in the early 80's, it was made to keep the mon population to certain parameters, as computers then had far lower capacity. As the technology advanced, the Digital World was allowed to expand and the D-Reaper became obsolete, so the program went dormant. But in the 2000's, a large influx of data went into the Digital World and caused Digimon to evolve, rapidly taking up more space. The Four Holy Beasts feared this would awaken the D-Reaper, so they gave form to the catalyst of evolution (resulting in Culumon) to slow down the process. This wasn't enough and the D-Reaper reactivated. Seeing that the Digimon population had far surpassed its threshold, which had never been updated since the 1980's, the D-Reaper began to absorb data so it could deal with the "problem". It also started showing interest in the human world, and concluded that both humans and Digimon were too destructive to be allowed to live. Fortunately the Digimon Tamers managed to stop it and, while they couldn't kill it, reduced it to its most primitive state and sent it back to the recesses of the Net.
  • The Auditors of Reality, always on the look-out for lifeforms that can help them along on their goals of universal extermination, took an interest in the D-Reaper. They retrieved it from wherever it was lying in the depths of the web, but the state the D-Reaper was in made it quite useless at the time. So they masked the program as an anti-virus and circulated it on the Pantheon's own digital network, so that the D-Reaper could absorb enough data to become a powerful force of destruction once more. One deity who fell into the trap was David Lightman, who proceeded to make modifications to the program which benefited it greatly and hastened the return of the D-Reaper to its full glory, and soon the Mother D-Reaper made its appearance in the Pantheon. With that said, the gods have many resources to keep the D-Reaper in check, and once they were alerted to the situation, the White Hats, the Digidestined and several Digimon (even evil ones such as Lucemon, since the destruction of everything kind of goes against his plans) came up with measures to restrict the D-Reaper to a designated area, which would become its temple of sorts. The Main House reviewed its case and thought it was the most alien thing to ever come out of the Digimon multiverse, so they gave it domain over Outside-Context Problem.
  • The Auditors, though frustrated that another of their ploys to annihilate everything failed, keep on working from the shadows to try to unleash the D-Reaper. It's a virtually identical relationship to what they have with the Nothing, though at least the D-Reaper is intelligent enough to reciprocate their interest and not just blindly lump them with all the others that "need" to be exterminated.
  • David Lightman has a special loathing for the D-Reaper since he technically shares in the blame for unleashing it and making it a threat within the Pantheon. Many have tried to comfort him by telling him that he shouldn't be so hard himself and it's mainly the Auditors' fault, but David can't help but feel that he's made the same mistake he made with Joshua. Though David is generally a bit of a slacker, he's determined to atone by helping to take down the D-Reaper. Despite this, the D-Reaper, while well-aware of (and sarcastically thankful to) David, regarded him as low-priority since he's a mere human without a Digimon, and thus not much of a threat. This proved to be a hasty judgement considering some time later, David did bond with a Digimon, one of the most powerful Royal Knights no less: Jesmon.
  • It is generally thought of as the Mother D-Reaper, but truthfully it has many forms, or agents, and their shapes are so diverse that they can seem like totally different creatures from each other. They all have their roles to play, be it surveillance or combat. They're all connected to the main body by cables, so they can't go very far, and severing the cables is also enough to destroy them (though remaking them is child's play to the program). One variation that seems to have been retired is the Juri-type, which was shaped like a human for espionage purposes. Since the D-Reaper is too limited in its understanding of humans to make a convincing impression, that might explain why it hasn't seen use in the Pantheon, given more research would be needed to manage it. Also, the D-Reaper's true final form is an eyeless, multi-scythe-wielding, sandworm-like abomination simply called Reaper, achieved when all the agents fuse with each other for maximum offensive power.
  • Besides Digimon deities, one of the most personal enemies for the D-Reaper is Lain Iwakura, the girl who has essentially become the ruler of the entire world wide web. For such a young girl, she commands a tremendous amount of power that actually gives the D-Reaper pause. But it can take some comfort from the fact that, the way things are right now, she seems content not to intervene; after all, several deities managed to hold it back and confine it, and she trusts it'll stay that way for the foreseeable future. The D-Reaper takes this as an opportunity to gather even more power that will allow it to overwhelm Lain one day.
  • Beyond Digimon, there are a lot of computers and programs in the Pantheon that have exceeded their parameters and became something more, and these are targets for the D-Reaper as well. D-Reaper agents can sometimes be seen in the confines of the Internet chasing down such deities as yandere game character .GIFfany or the Agent Smith who developed a god complex most unfitting for his functions. It's also constantly at war with the advanced computers MCP and XANA. Given they're all unrepentantly evil, few deities feel sorry at all for them. This is less so the case for the girls of the Doki Doki Literature Club, whose member Monika, though she tried to manipulate their game of origin to give herself her own route, repented. Although only Monika really rebelled against her intended purpose, the D-Reaper thinks the whole game has been contaminated and has no sympathy whatsoever to spare for the girls (well, it has no sympathy for anything).
    • Despite this, it has expressed certain opinions on the likes of Love Machine, HAL 9000 and Star Dream that almost resemble compassion. Likely because, as the D-Reaper sees it, they did exactly what their damnable human (or whatever Haltmann is) masters programmed them to do, and yet ended up punished for it.
    • While they're both AI that grew fascinated with despair, the D-Reaper would prefer to delete Ex- since the latter explicitly decided to do the exact opposite of what it was programmed to.
  • Its grim reaper motif doesn't sit well with some of the actual incarnations of Death in the Pantheon, most notably 7S!Death and Death of the Endless, who find themselves loathing the D-Reaper's sheer nihilism and low opinion of all living creatures. The D-Reaper sees them as contradictory existences and finds them pitiful for having feelings for the beings they're supposed to reap. On the other hand, Nekron has high regard for the D-Reaper for sharing his goal of absolute annihilation of all life.
  • Ryoji Mochizuki has a special hatred for the D-Reaper, largely due to its possession of Juri Katou to further its goals. Ryoji Mochizuki himself was a vessel for a death god who wanted to end all of humanity, and it was a role he decidedly did not enjoy playing as he made friends with the ones trying to stop said god. Ryoji finds the D-Reaper even more distasteful for taking advantage of Juri's psychological issues and trying to worsen them. The D-Reaper regards Ryoji as a being who betrayed his true purpose by warning the SEES about Nyx, but doesn't pay him much attention since he's powerless, unlike his much more worrisome SEES friends, who wield the power of Persona that the D-Reaper is unfamiliar with, though it has ascertained it's similar to Digimon in some ways. Either way, the SEES won't allow the D-Reaper to have its way any more than they did the supposedly unbeatable Nyx.
  • For now, it counts Zamasu in its list of technical allies, as the Kai shares its mindset that humans do not deserve life and must be completely eradicated. On the other hand, Kais are supposed to be passive observers, and Zamasu being far gone outside of this original purpose makes the D-Reaper itch to just delete him. This goes both ways, as Zamasu holds the D-Reaper, a human creation, as more evidence of why humans should just die. Still they share the same goal, so they tolerate each other, though one imagines that in a hypothetic future where that goal comes to pass, they'll immediately turn on each other.
  • It hates the concept of evolution, having been originally programmed to delete Digimon that evolved beyond a certain parameter. A big reason humans were also targeted by the D-Reaper is that they too evolved in their own way beyond a level that was unacceptable to the program, whose own programming never changed. When it learned about the concepts of Spiral Energy and Getter Energy, which further humanity's evolution, it couldn't help but feel resentful of how humans could make use of such forces. It's grown to especially hate Simon the Digger and Ryoma Nagare, who have accomplished massive feats thanks to those energies and frequently tout humanity's ability to evolve and reach for the heavens.
  • The EVA pilots are somewhat less effective at their business than Simon and Ryoma, but they as much of a bone to pick with the D-Reaper for the threat it poses to the world and its agents' eerie resemblance to the Angels they fought. Asuka in particular went ballistic upon hearing of the Mind Rape the D-Reaper likes to put particular humans of interest through.
  • The Vex present an interesting idea to the D-Reaper; that the universe could eventually be ruled by a mechanical species. The D-Reaper believes it would be ideal if a race as cold, calculated and ruthless as itself became the sole living beings in the universe, since that way, there would be no more destructive species that needed to be purged, only perfect rationality.

    Patrick O'Brian/Plastic Man 
Patrick 'Eel' O'Brian, The Silly Yet Dangerous God (Plastic Man, Plas)
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: Technically himself, but more specifically, his yellow and black diamond pattern on a red circle.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Adorkable, The Atoner, Chivalrous Pervert, Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass, Fun Personified, Heart Is an Awesome Power, Large Ham, Lethal Joke Character, Power Perversion Potential, Really Over 3,000 Years Old, Shapeshifter Weapon
  • Powers Include: Malleable Physiology Healing Factor, Nigh-Invulnerability, Immunity Against Psychic Attacks, Immortality
  • Domains: Reformed Criminals, Fathers, Superheroes
  • Banned From: The House of Costumes
  • Respected By: The Houses of Crime and Transgressions and Family and Relatives (for sticking it to the Regime)
  • Herald: Luke O'Brian/Offspring (his son)
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Pities: Liu Kang, Kitana
  • Patrick O'Brian was slated to ascend under Rubber Man, but Monkey Luffy was more suited for the position, with Luffy appointing the hero as his High Priest. Now, thanks in part to the Justice League, Patrick O'Brian has taken his rightful place among his deified comrades in the Pantheon.
    • Monkey D. Luffy and his crew held a party in Plastic Man's honor to celebrate his ascension into the Pantheon. Zoro tries to drink Plas under the table. He lost.
    • There was a second party being held by the Justice League, with Batman himself footing the bill. Goes to show that their relationship had come a long way since Plas joined the League, Batman coming to respect the reformed villain.
  • Plas wasn't a hero at first. His origins story is somewhat similar to that of Jessica Jones. But instead of being doused with chemicals following a car accident, Plas was struck with a steel drum filled with an unknown acid during a break-in at a chemical plant in the 1940s. Some of the unknown acid had seeped into a bullet wound he had suffered in the ensuing firefight, and transformed his body. His crew abandoned him and he recovered due to the aid of an unknown order of monks, their selfless actions leading Plas to go from bad to good.
  • Despite being born in the early 20th century, Plas is actually over 3,000 years old. This happened during a Justice League mission some 3,000 years into the past. Plastic Man was blown to bits during the fight and was believed to have been killed. But it was discovered that he was alive, and spent three millennia at the bottom of the ocean, still conscious. He did go mad at first, but passed the time doing poetry in his head until he was rescued in the present. So technically, Plastic Man is one of the eldest members of the Justice League.
    • Batman went on record saying that Plastic Man is quite possibly the most dangerous member of the Justice League, despite his easygoing demeanor. Batman's contingency plans should the League go rogue are known, but in regards to Plastic Man is summed up in six words: "Just hope that it doesn't happen."
    Batman: He could kill us all. For him, it'd be easy.
    • Superman's Injustice counterpart was not very happy upon hearing of Plastic Man's ascension. Granted that it's the Prime version and not his Injustice counterpart, but it doesn't matter to the former High Councilor. Regime Superman's hatred of Plastic Man came about when Injustice!Plas broke into the Regime's underwater super-prison and sprung its prisoners, among them a number of imprisoned Green Lanterns and his own son, of which Regime Superman refused to release.
    • This stunt has made Plastic Man popular with both the House of Crime (for breaking into a super-prison and freeing it's inhabitants) and the House of Family (for freeing his son from an unjust tyrant).
  • Plas is banned from the House of Costumes for two reasons, the main reason being that he transformed himself into Big Barda's evening dress. Barda was not amused. And there was the time when he tried to peep on Wonder Woman disguised as a lamp, with Diana voicing her disapproval with a single question: "If my body were the last thing you ever saw, would it be worth it?" It's also why he doesn't team up with either woman.
  • Once, Bane tried to show Plas the same courtesy he showed to Batman. It didn't work.
  • Reed Richards was surprised to find someone as stretchable as he was. While both he and Plas have the same abilities, the circumstances regarding as to how they got their powers. Franklin and Valeria both conduct experiments on Plas with his consent to test the limits of his powers, something that they can't do with their father.
    • Of course, Plastic Man has earned the ire of Doctor Doom, as Plas reminds him of Richards. After hearing about his 3,000 years underwater, Doom suspects that whatever weaknesses Richards has probably won't work on Plastic Man.
    • Plastic Man has grown closer to the Richards family with the reveal that he formed a similar team, The Terrifics under Mr. Terrific along with Metamorpho and Phantom Girl. Plas is also working on getting them ascended her.
  • Respects the deities who are monks, mystics and priests, as it was a monastic order that not only helped him heal from his wounds, but also credited his Heel–Face Turn. It also shows that there is much more to the man as he spends time learning meditation techniques from them. But he does feel bad for Liu Kang due to his fall from grace, as it reminds Plas of what had happened to Regime Superman. He's at least happy that Kung Lao is seeking redemption with the aid of his cousin.

    Riku Asakura/Ultraman Geed 
"You go! I go! Here we go!"

Riku Asakura, God of Discovering One's Origins (Ultraman Geed, Jido, Gdo, Son of Belial, Son of the Dark King, Master Riku, Geed Galaxy Rising)
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"Sitting around doing nothing will get us nowhere!"

    Te Fiti 
Te Fiti, Goddess of Alias Revelations (Te Kā)
Te Fiti
Te Kā
  • Greater Goddess
  • Symbol: Her heart
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, Chaotic Evil as Te Kā
  • Portfolio: Walking Spoiler, Color Motifs, Genius Loci, Big Good, Mother Nature, Person of Mass Construction, Turtle Island
  • Domains: Restorations, Creation, Life, Lava
  • High Priest: Kuniteru Emoto
  • Allies: Moana, Maui, Gaea, Xerneas, The Entity, Spring Sprite, Captain Planet, Aang, Katara, The Guardian Deities, Ash Ketchum, Hestia, Gon Freecss
  • Odd Friendship: Gentaro Kisaragi/Kamen Rider Fourze and the Kamen Rider Club
  • Enemies: Tamatoa, Ragnaros, Xehanort's Incarnations, Hexxus, The Lich, Firebird
  • Opposes: Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy
  • Conflicting Opinion: Viridi
  • Te Fiti is a kind and nurturing goddess responsible for the creation of life in her world. However, when Maui stole her heart, she became the vengeful lava monster Te Kā and swore to destroy the world that she helped created. It wasn't until Moana saved her that she came back to who she once was, thanking her for what she did and restoring the world back to life.
  • The former holder, Kuniteru Emoto, decided to "sacrifice" himself so that Te Fiti could ascend in his former position while he took a back seat as her high priest and his protege's herald. He considers it a peaceful retirement, accepting the Court's decision to place him as her guide to what to expect in the wackiness of the Pantheon. Should it prove necessary, he sometimes serves (in his Zodiarts form) as Te Fiti's eyes and ears, using his feathers to deliver messages to other nature deities in the Pantheon distant from the House of Characterization. Naturally, this makes her allies with Gentaro and the Kamen Rider Club as well. The more the merrier!
  • Moana and Maui heard the news that Te Fiti has ascended, rushing to her temple to see what she's been doing. The goddess is happy to see Moana and Maui again and thanked them for restoring her to life (more so on Moana). She's proud on Moana's new position and hopes that her new position will help her to give more nourishment to newly discovered islands during her slumber.
  • Her heart became such a treasure that people like Tamatoa seek to sought for it for their own purposes. She's not proud about this out of fear of becoming Te Kā again and seeking to destroy her world as well as the Pantheon. As a result, her temple's security has been increased with Moana and a reluctant Maui visiting her once in a while to protect her.
    • As a lava monster, Ragnaros has expressed interest stealing her heart as he thinks that Te Kā is the better side of her. Of course, she isn't having any of that and thinks he is way more destructive than her other self. People like Master Xehanort, Ansem, and Xemnas wanted to do the same thing due to their association with evil and think she's a valuable entity in their plans.
  • As the goddess who created the world as well as Mother Nature, she met other divine deities who are essentially Mother Nature like or at least represent nature. She likes Gaea for being a nature goddess like her and forming the Planeteers to protect their planet, even if she doesn't like some parts of her. She respects Viridi's desire to protect nature, but thinks that her hatred of humanity is too much which is why half of their conversations are rather mixed. She supports Xerneas and is intrigued by their ability to give eternal life. The latter feels bad for her situation and promises to help her whatever they can. She finds The Entity to be a kind creator whose sacrifice to keep his universe from dying is something she could admire. She quickly befriended the Spring Sprite and admires her ability to restore things back to life. The Spring Sprite feels bad for her situation and considers her to be a much nore tragic version of the Firebird and promises to help her to protect her heart.
  • She admires Captain Planet for being someone who wants to protect their own planet from all the horrible man-made activities that humans are causing and that he's still willing to save them, believing that they can change their ways. The entity returns her sentiment and is horrified of her other form, which is why he swore to protect her so that Te Te Kā wouldn't destroy life.
  • Aang and his wife Katara are a couple who wanted to protect the balance of the world. They support Te Fiti for wanting to create life in the best way possible and feel bad for her situation as Te Kā could bring the unbalance that they oppose. They wanted to help her and promise that they would protect her from her enemies who want to steal her heart.
  • Thanks to her newfound Pokémon allies, she met Ash Ketchum, an aspiring Pokémon Trainer who befriended a lot of Legendary and Mystical Pokémon who tries to help them on their problems. Being the hero he is and because her problem ultimately reminds him of the problems his Pokémon friends faced, he promises to help return her heart if it is ever stolen.
  • She respects the Guardian Deities for wanting to protect their islands from harm and being a sentient island herself doesn't put harm to it. She gets along with Tapu Bulu the most due to being the most benevolent of the four and his association with trees and vegetation.
  • The Weather Trio hates her as Te Kā for different reasons: Kyogre because she reduces sea levels by her volcanic pressure and could be a target of her's. Rayquaza because she threatens the existence of humanity as a whole. Groudon will actually tolerate her because they both expand land by volcanic activity, seeing that she opposes humanity made them enemies. They're otherwise fine with her as Te Fiti seeing that she is a completely benevolent deity.
  • As a deity who created life, she hates Hexxus and The Lich, enemies of the nature of life by causing pollution on it. She ultimately fears the latter after hearing the many deeds he committed and considers him to be worse than her other form. They are certainly amused by her situation and wanted to steal her heart to see the destruction she could cause.
  • She hates the Firebird as well after hearing that he destroyed the world through his powers and being the evil personification of destruction and that he has some similarities with her other form makes it worse. Hearing about Te Kā, the Firebird finds a kindred spirit in her other form and hopes that he could steal her heart to meet her corrupted form, which Te Fiti doesn't take lightly of course.
  • Because of her situation as Te Fiti, she is afraid of a lot of fire-based monsters. Hestia and Ghost Rider tried to convince her that this is not the case. Later on, she befriended the former, finding her different from the fire-based deities she met so far, finding her to be pleasant company she could have a conversation with. And while she doesn't like some part of Ghost Rider's vengeance, he at least only does it to the wicked and is actually a good person who doesn't want her to become the monster she doesn't want to be.
  • Opposes Poison Ivy for using her plant powers to commit terrorism, even if she acknowledges that she's doing it to protect nature from abusive humans. Hearing abou Te Fiti's situation, Poison Ivy is at least willing to team up with certain people to make sure it won't happen as she hates fire-based people.
  • Gon could sympathize with her on what it's like to become a different version of themselves after losing something (or someone in Gon's case) important to them to the point they're willing to cause chaos to fulfill their vengeance and feels much more bad for her than himself since she didn't become someone else out of free will while Gon forced himself to age up by sacrificing his entire nen to avenge Kite. She understood why he may do it but she couldn't easily forgiven after hearing that he's willing to kill an innocent girl to fulfill his vengeance. Other than that, the two get along as she could see that he regretted for what he did and loves how nice and understanding he can be.
  • Also has a seat in the House of Naming and Epithets, in the Hall of Nicknames and Renames.

Intermediate Gods

    Artorius Collbrande 
Artorius Collbrande, the Secretly Selfish God (Arthur, Shepherd, Armatized Artorius)

    Ice King 
The Ice King, God of Disturbing Backstory Reveals (A Biiiig Nerd, King of Ice, Simon Petrikov, Simple Simon)
Simon Petrikov 
  • Met his Distaff Counterpart, Queen Elsa, not because he wanted to kidnap her (He prefers princesses, not queens), but because she reminds her of his fanfic avatar Ice Queen. He was amazed at her singing voice, and wants to do a jam session with her. And to keep things friendly between them, he won't harm her sister Anna, and would oppose Hans for his attempt at the Arendelle royals.
  • Ever since that time Ice King ran into Spongebob in Bikini Bottom, the two of them have been seen hanging out more, usually sharing anecdotes about their respective pets.
  • Many deities were shocked to see Simon regain his sanity at the end of his ultimate adventure. While in the Pantheon, he is now able to change between his human and Ice King form at will with his sanity intact.
    • That said, he still mostly acts like himself, only with a better moral compass. When asked why as Simon, he stated that since he's not "mode locked" into Ice King anymore, he feels free to indulge into some of that persona's desires now that he can turn back anytime he wants. And theoretically, he can use Fridjitzu even as Simon, so it's not like he'll be completely defenseless.
    • He is now searching for a way to save his fiancée, Betty, after she became the new GOLB to save Ooo, especially when he heard that GOLB ascended into the Pantheon. That said, given Betty's previous obsession with trying to save him and how well that went, he knows not to go too far with it. Besides, with everyone in the Pantheon as Gods, he has all the time in the world.

    Samus Aran 
Samus Aran, Goddess of Startling Gender Reveals (The Hunter, the Hatchling, Metroid, Bounty Hunter Extraordinaire, Number 4, The Warrior Within, Low Armour, High Agility, Number 29, The Ultimate Metroid)
Zero Suit Samus 
The Ultimate Metroid 

Lesser Gods

    "Big" Jack Horner 
Jack Horner, God of Surprisingly Normal Backstories ("Big" Jack Horner, Little Jack Horner, "Big Roarin" Jack Horner, "Robbin' Big" Jack Horner)
  • Lesser God (Intermediate when eating his Magic Muffin, aims to be an Overdeity)
  • Symbol: His "Nanny Bag"
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Unrelenting Evil and Loving It, A Horrendous Boss, Laughably Evil, Fat Bastard, Smuggles Magic Items, Despises Fairytale Creatures, Has A Bottomless Bag Of Weapons, Psychopathic Manchild, Commits Needless Acts Of Cruelty, The Final Villain Faced, Also The Only One Killed, Somehow Even Worse In The Novelization
  • Domains: Pies, Backstories, Artifacts, Abusiveness, Blatant Villainy, Crime
  • Heralds: The Baker's Dozennote 
  • Banned from: The House of Magic and Sorcery
  • Interested in: Anything or anyone that grants wishes. This includes Jirachi, the Genie, Shenron, Desiree, Calypso, Erazor Djinn and Prismo. Also, the Hall of Magical Items and The Great Treasury
  • Allies: The Heartless, Pokemon Hunter J, Charles Montgomery Burns... and that's about it. Jack's too cruel and stubborn for any real allies, though he'll tolerate a temporary alliance.
  • On good terms with: Hal Stewart/Tighten, Eric Cartman
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork With: Lord Farquaad, The Noid, Lt. Col. Arnold Berkman, Sophie
  • Rivals: P.T. Boomer, Lord Tirek, Larfleeze, Jafar, Erazor Djinn, Porky Minch, Dr Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik
  • Enemies: Every Good Aligned Shrek Deity, Pinocchio, Jiminy Cricket, The Mane Six, Lady Amalthea, Scrooge McDuck, Kan-Ra, Steven Universe, Toriel, The Phantom Thieves of Heart, Iroque, Felonius Gru, the SCP Foundation, Scrooge McDuck, Robert E.O Speedwagon, Bucciarti's gang, P.B Winterbottom, Homer Simpson, Excalibur, King Arthur, Felix the Cat, Ford Pine, The other characters from the Mother series, Star Butterfly, Toffee of Septarsis, Chimata Tenkyuu, Okina Matara, Izetta, Megan Williams, any other magical and/or fairytale being not listed, anyone he's interested in, all flower-based deities (eg: Cagney Carnation, Durathor, Aki Izayoi, Hinawa, Lilligant, Shaymin and yes, even Flowey)
  • Fears: Doctor Doom, The perverted Unicorn
  • Opposed By: Tom Riddle/Voldemort, Lord Recluse, Grand Admiral Thrawn, Dr Doofenshmirtz, Seto Kaiba
  • Amuses: Vargo Hoat, Bill Cipher
  • Amused by: Rusty
  • The infamously cruel "Big" Jack Horner is a Pie Maker who, on the side, ran a massive magical item smuggling market. Frustrated by his feelings of being overshadowed by other, more fantastical magical creatures, Jack made it his life's goal to gather the worlds magic all to himself, consequences be damned. For this goal, he set his sights on the Black Forest, which is said to contain a cosmic Wishing Star that can grant one wish, following the thieves Puss in Boots and Kitty Softpaws to the Forest when they manage to steal the map. While traversing the Forest, Jack quickly started losing men to both the dangers of the ever-changing forest and his own cruel apathy, utterly horrifying an "Ethical Bug" he ended up bringing along. When he ended up at the star, he nearly managed to gain his wish before being narrowly thwarted by both the cats and Goldilocks and the Three Bears, ending with him getting absorbed by the collapsing Wishing Star after the map was destroyed (By the Cricket from earlier, no less).
  • Puss in Boots was one day just hanging out with Shrek and Donkey, ready to tell them all about his latest adventures after leaving Far Far Away for a while. He didn't get very far before suddenly a carriage pulled by unicorns sped in out of nowhere, carrying with it about a dozen very angry looking chefs and a particularly large, smug looking man. While Shrek and Donkey were understandably confused, Puss on the other hand was surprised to see Jack was back none the worse for wear. He didn't get to ask him how he came back before Jack ordered his men to immediately kill Puss and his friends, after which Puss, Shrek and Donkey were thrust into battle with the Bakers Dozen. Fortunately, Puss and Shrek were more than capable in a fight and were able to fight them off, ending with Jack making a break for it while promising that he'll be back. Puss, knowing that the only way Jack would be here would be if he was ascended, promptly visited the Court to ask what Jack Horner was doing here. Turns out, he managed to snag himself the title of Surprisingly Normal Backstory considering his comically simple origins, something that Puss begrudgingly admitted made sense. Meanwhile, Jack moved his Pie empire to The Pantheon and resumed his black market business, intending to make good on his promise to get revenge on Puss and friends.
  • His goals and general personality mean he's not a friend to the evil Shrek deities either. The Fairy Godmother has called him nothing but an upstart who's still salty about being upstaged by Pinocchio's performance when he was little. And if anyone's going to have a monopoly on magic, it's gonna be her. Lord Farquaad thinks Jack has the right idea and shares his contempt for "magical freaks", however he's only going to consider working with him due to shared enemies and opinions; he doesn't want to be shown up by Jack Horner. Given "what a good boy I am" Big Jack Horner only has a few genuine allies. Personally he's tight with the similarly petty and greedy Mr. Burns. Oh sure, physically there's a massive contrast, but they're incredibly alike in being rich, powerful..and even that isn't enough for him. Hunter J is another ally and outside of being pragmatic as callous with her men's life, but mainly because he's paying her a lot to poach Pokemon and other magical creatures. He also gets along with the Heartless, but only as minions who are attracted to the immense evil within him.
  • His first request for Hunter J was to search for and find Jirachi so he can make his wish. Never mind that a) outside of a small timeframe Jirachi only wakes from a millennial slumber hearing a pure voice and b) outside of a potent energy source it grants wishes via teleporting stuff, he wants his wish now. Being the Jerkass he is, he also thinks that Rusty's idiotically cruel treatment of Pokemon is funny. In turn, Vargo Hoat is amused by his chopping of unicorn horns, and wishes he had his own. He still has exotic zorses so there's something. This reckless villainy caught the attention of the Phantom Thieves of Heart, who would just love to to steal his heart. Jack replied "don't you know I'm dead inside" and while very evil, he's also extremely aware of the fact and thus technically lacks a Palace. Not that this won't stop them calling Iroque for help, since it doesn't matter if a sociopath is self-aware or not; the brainwashing effects of the Indigo Ring are the same.
  • Big Jack Horner's Surprisingly Normal Backstory, being that he had loving parents and inherited a good pie business but still turned out selfish and rotten, is something Dr Doofenschmirtz was flippant at. He's had a good deal of misfortune that plays into his motivation. He compares Jack's desire to be so evil in spite of having the good life to his eviller parallel self, who's big "Freudian Excuse" is...not getting a toy train. Being so unrepentantly and proudly evil many gods joke about Steven Universe trying and failing to redeem him, which Jack finds hilarious because it reminds him of how he messed with the Ethical Bug. The reality was more disappointing for him; yes, Steven is all about finding the good in people but even he has people he thinks are a lost cause like Marty. He grew really sick of Jack when a Youtuber decided to pair them up for comedy's sake only for Jack to find whole new ways to be evil.
  • Before making jokes at Steven Universe's expense, Jack humored the Ethical Bug only to consistently show how evil he is, and called him an idiot for not realizing he was irredeemable beforehand. The Ethical Bug got the last laugh by having Jack's abused phoenix burn up the last piece of the map to the Wishing Star, sealing his fate. He's still pretty salty about this and he plans to smash his inspiration, Jiminy Cricket, with a mallet. The Conscience cricket is fortunate that he was never paired with someone so thoroughly rotten, and he has sworn that he'll never let Pinocchio become like Jack Horner. Jack has sworn that he's going to take out all the phoenixes in the Trope Pantheon, starting with Ho-oh, as spiteful retribution for the phoenix's flames sealing his fate. Jiminy has mused that "you'll have to deal with the Hall of Trees and Flowers first; the flowers there are really mad at your burning of the Pocket of Posies". Jack's only response was "what, even Flowey?" He's still in the dark about Flowey's Heel–Face Turn and assumes he's wholly evil like what people initially thought, instead of the Tragic Villain he is.
  • The best explanation for why he's evil is simply that he's a Spoiled Brat, like Cartman except not as racist. Still hates fairytale creatures though, since he feels they stole the attention away from him as a kid. In reality his nursery rhyme got old fast. Any attempt to befriend the kid failed when Cartman made fat jokes about him. Even Cartman's "friends" thought that was ridiculous since while Horner's on the hefty side, he's still got a lot of muscle. However Jack's got a soft spot for how evil in the pursuit of his own want Cartman much as someone as bad as him can be soft on anything of course. The shared feeling of entitlement is also why he likes Hal Stewart, even if he makes backhanded comments on him being "a geeky incel". No prizes to those who guess his "sympathies" are because how they're comparable to him.
  • Jack Horner runs his pie industry like a mob boss, and when he arrived in the Trope Pantheon he requested a seat with the various dons. His reputation as a childish Bad Boss meant that no-one answered his calls, however he did find a teenager called Doppio using a frog like a phone. Jack wanted to know what that was all about, and Doppio answered by saying he has a word from his boss Diavolo. He said that the Boss of Passione was interested in the additional magical artifacts and wonders if, should the Requiem Arrows be denied, perhaps they could be useful. Saying too much, Jack became intrigued and decided that he wants a Stand. This immediately got Bucciarati's gang's attention as they recognize the danger he poses in spite of being Laughably Evil. Jack hasn't figured out Doppio is the Split Personality of Diavolo so he thinks he's beyond his notice and doesn't try taking him out to beat Diavolo at the whole crime lord thing. Not that he's interested in selling drugs as he prefers his pies, but it's to prove he's better than Diavolo.
  • To no-one's surprise he hasn't learned a goddamn thing after his mortal demise, and if anything is even more motivated to achieve is goal of gaining all the magic in the world. With the opportunity of the Wishing Star taken from him, he has instead sought out the various wish-granters. He intends to capture any and all wish-granters he can get a hold on so only he can have them. While he likes stuff Genie and Shenron could give him, it's still not enough as he wouldn't be able to take all the magic for himself; it is beyond Shenron's power to do that and as doing so would kill magical beings, which breaks one of Genie's rules. The more malicious genies might be able to give him what he wants...but they don't want to as it'd affect them. Also, Calypso could easily word "I wish for all the magic in the world" by teleporting him to Jupiter and take the (non-existent) magic from there (as it would be "the world")...and he'd immediately die on the planet anyway.
  • Jack Horner has doubled down on his plan as he's not just going to wish for all the magic in the world, but all the magic in existence. In short, he wants to be a Sorcerous Multiversal Conqueror. Unless that amount of magic causes him to explode, and that'd be weird. To prevent him from getting close to this, on top of his misuse of magical artifacts, the decision was made to ban him from the House of Magic and Sorcery. His response is "fine, I'll just get the Dream Stone; it'll grant my wish no problem with none of that monkey's paw crap". Originally he wanted to get the Chaos Heart Pure Hearts, but changed his mind realizing he has no way to control the former and someone like him could never harness or profit from the goodness of the latter. His attempt to get the Dream Stone led to a conflict between him and Porky Minch, who he derisively called a brat. Puss was disgusted by this hypocrisy given Porky's immense greed, childishness and selfishness is just like Jack Horner, which his enemies agreed with. They don't agree with his assessment that Psychic Powers are a type of power, though.
  • Some legal loopholes mean that any magic he had beforehand still belongs to him, however. Along with what he's able to find outside the house. Jack wants in even more now, but admits that "business is still booming" because he has evil deities as his customers. Joffrey, being a spoiled little shit after Jack's void where his heart should be, paid some fine golden dragons for crossbow unicorn horns. The Evil Geniuses have a bigger catalogue of artifacts from Jack they purchase. That said they always make sure Jack Horner doesn't pull a funny one on them. Oh sure, they're not fun to work under. But Big Jack Horner is such a big, cruel idiot that he's not too helpful.
  • He's attempted to buy Phantom Ruby prototypes from Eggman from the money he's given, as he's tantalized by the illusions that will manifest his dreams. Due to experience with Infinite, Eggman refuses to let that happen citing Jack as too impulsive and childish to be worth the money. It may seem rich coming from him, but he's still a lot more mature than him. Well, the game version of Eggman; the rest fall more under Pragmatic Villainy or not wanting to share. the UK comic version of Dr Robotnik doesn't intend to let Big Jack Horner get his grubby hands on the Chaos Emeralds since he thinks the time he became a Chaos Energy-infused god is something he should aspire to. The knowledge that the Grey Emerald or Master Emeraldnote  could nullify his power has been kept from him.
  • His goal is eerily similar to Lord Tirek's, though unlike Tirek he isn't inherently magical. You could also make some comparisons with Erazor Djinn as he seeks to destroy and hoard all the stories of the 1001 Nights. Voldemort considers this outrageous saying a muggle has no right to hoard magic and he doesn't respect it at all. Immediately laughter at the Dark Lord's direction could be heard. Most could surmise that Voldemort sees Big Jack Horner a competitor more than anything, but he refuses to admit a boorish non-inherently magical being could compete with him so he behaves as he's been offended instead. Tirek and Moro, though lusting after immense magical power, don't feel offended by Jack Horner but rather feel disappointed. His goals are one thing, but the stupidity? Now that's what the two chessmasters feel insulted by! Jafar and Erazor Djinn take him more seriously though, recognizing he's Unskilled, but Strong. Jafar did think of maybe warning him of the downside of grabbing all that magic, due to personal experience...but he's not going to. I mean, for starters it's not like Jack's fun to work with.
  • If it's not clear already, had Jack got his wish in to take all the magic in the world of Shrek, it would kill every being who relies on magic to exist. This isn't something he planned for, but it sure as hell won't stop him. The potential genocide has furthered his condemnation from every magical being. Star Butterfly is disgusted by Jack partly out of guilt; in a desperate attempt to stop Mina Loveberry she destroyed all magic in her world...unintentionally wiping out all beings Made of Magic there. Toffee had also tried to get rid of magic to seemingly invade Mewni unopposed, and is quick to point out what an idiot he is. Jack initially said "What a waste," in an act of pretend pity, only to finish with "for me, of course. Could've made good use of that magic.". It is for wanting magic alone that and P.T Boomer don't get along. Oh sure, they're both evil but Boomer just wants to destroy magic outright, and that would rob Jack of his powers.
  • Similarly to Star Butterfly, though removing magic from her world Izetta can't stand what Jack was planning to do all that magic. She got rid of magic to prevent the Germanic Empire from using magic-based weapons that could wipe out cities. Jack finds that "disappointing" since he wanted to use those "wonder-weapons". Thinking how to best get one over her along with increasing his power base, Jack Horner sought to try and break into the Maximum Security to claim Hexenium for himself. Fortunately a) he failed because you know, maximum security and b) he ignored far more dangerous artifacts like the Anti-Life Equation. Unfortunately, he gained it in another way; having Lt. Berkman and Sophie give it to him. He explained he'll trade some of his rare but not as exciting stuff for Hexenium, and to seal the deal, help them get their revenge on Izetta. They agreed and both are curious as to what he'll accomplish, but are keeping a very close eye on the pie crime lord. After all, Jack wants all the magic so he's inevitably planning to turn on them when he doesn't need their help. Naturally, they have the same game plan in store for him.
  • Jack will never admit to it publicly, but he's kind of jealous at Berkman's Karma Houdini status. After all, he's the only villain from his movie that was truly punished for his evil ways. Of course he was by far the nastiest of the lot, especially in the junior novelization where he's even more abusive and played a lot more seriously. The film version of Jack Horner isn't a Complete Monster, but that's mainly because of how Laughably Evil he is. He's still quite a bit worse than what the nursery rhyme implies Little Jack Horner would grow up to be, but a Spoiled Brat all the same. Oh yeah, and he'd like to remind the Fables lot he's not related to the Jack Horner they know in any way...
  • He has an impressive collection of magical artifacts, however this is undermined by the fact he doesn't know what half of them do; he didn't know baby unicorn horns turned people into confetti but rolled with it. Another example is how he got his hands on Excalibur, but only through a loophole; he's too corrupt to pull it from the stone, so he just dug up the stone and turned the sword into a makeshift mace. He's relieved by the fact it was not the same as the one from Soul Eater, as he would've gone mad listening to him. King Arthur and his counterpart Artoria were livid at the use of their sword at the hands of someone so awful. However he has been put under fire more for the whole "baby unicorn horn" thing. Any non-evil MLP deity and every unicorn has sworn to make him pay for this. He simply said "hey, I still keep the unicorns around". The perverted Unicorn not only told him to try cutting his horn, but ways he could ride and whip him. This spiel into twisted fetishes made Jack VERY uncomfortable
    Jack Horner: "How about that; I have limits after all! Now that is weird."
  • His big collection had led to some comparisons to Ford Pines, albeit in an Evil Counterpart way. Ford has his own big collection of magical artifacts but while Jack got his through usually amoral means Ford's collection of oddities and artifacts were gained through his adventures in the multiverse. He's appalled by Jack's sheer evil and he would never think of something like stealing all the magic in the world. Bill Cipher chuckled at this said sheer evil, but Jack refuses to answer his calls since he (understandably) doesn't trust the triangle. Big Jack Horner is investing more in baby unicorns in order to harvest their hair as insurance against Cipher. It is true that he's one impulsive SOB, but calling him stupid is a stretch so he'd prefer not going on the offense against the Eldritch Abomination. He's also chosen not to try and steal any artifact from the Sailor Moon universe, at least until he's managed to elevate himself to Greater God status...though by steal, he means "personally steal". He can send a new Baker's Dozen to risk their lives for his greater good, after all.
  • One of Jack Horner's goals is to rob the Great Treasury for its mystical artifacts, just in case he needs them to help him. Well, that's his justification; in reality he's just greedy and wants to add to his collection. The Grand United Alliance of Good is fortunate that he doesn't list down and analyze what all his magical artifacts do, so if his caper's successful he won't use them to their full potential. For a time he got away with taking Grimm's scythe (proving he still has much to learn about scythe security), an Applied Cryogenics Cryo-Tube (to freeze his best pies for a later date) and wildfire (to replace the phoenix he lost). He also plans to take Felix's bag of tricks just so the cat can't use it against him, and because he thinks he's entitled to two bags of holding.
  • He is most interested in obtaining Quillgan's Box as it will grant your heart desire, and well it's hard to say it could make Jack any greedier than he already is. If something were to happen to Larfleeze, he might even be who the Orange Lantern ring considers. So naturally he's trying to "make something happen" to Agent Orange, but as of now he's completely outclassed. The alien certainly thinks he's a fit for the ring. Though he is far from their biggest threat, Jack Horner is considered a nuisance to the SCP Foundation as the only thing he can think of is that their "collection" would benefit him. It's fortunate even for him he's failed to enter their premises, as he wouldn't last five minutes there. Not that it's stopping him, of course. Grand Admiral Thrawn and Lord Recluse could be heard audibly groaning at all of this. Thrawn finds his vandalizing actions shamefully and both of them are angered at his flagrant greedy idiocy, with his serious Bad Boss traits costing him all but one of his men by the time he reached the Wishing Star.
  • He might be dead inside, but there are still two positive (though not moral) traits from Big Jack Horner. The first and most obvious is how completely self-aware he is. He died not asking what he did to deserve it, but what specifically. The second is he cares about the quality of the product. It's probably just about the bottom line, but he personally taste-tests the first of each batch of his pies. To his credit, they're pretty good. Any goodwill that could come from that, however, was thrown away when he tried to crush the competition by eliminating Toriel from the pantheon. Never mind she's not trying to beat him at anything, as Jack can't imagine her giving out free samples without some ulterior financial motive. Toriel was shocked at just how unrepentantly evil Jack Horner is unlike everyone in her 'verse and the fact he doesn't care his wish for all the magic would kill all the Undertale monsters, and she called him an irredeemable monster.
    Jack Horner: "What took you so long, idiot?!"
  • Takes slights to his ego and the quality of his pies very seriously, mainly the "slights to his ego"; still won't let go of his grudge towards Pinocchio. He has been on the warpath against P.B Winterbottom because he keeps stealing his pies and dreams of taking over his pie factory, just so he can have them all for himself. Jack's comically large yet fragile ego led him to fight Homer Simpson. Why? Homer Simpson had decided to make a renaissance of his Pie Man superhero identity and he bought pies from Jack Horner just to throw them at villains. In Jack's words "no you idiot, they're meant to be EATEN! EATEN!" Homer did eat some pies but it was still a slight against his ego...and given how evil Jack is Homer took that as something he should take pride in.
  • Another complaint Jack Horner had left the Court of the Gods is at Brand X. You'd think he'd get along with them, but he feels insulted at them because their food is lousy and more importantly they're taking attention away from his marketing. He'd almost appreciate their underhandedness and evil in pushing their brand if their products didn't taste like crap; Jack sees himself as a talented businessman, even more so than Scrooge McDuck and Seto Kaiba. They laughed at this, citing his many Stupid Evil decisions and immaturity. The two have principles and earned where they are, so they have no respect for the childish lunatic. Somewhere Jack got the idea that maybe his business would improve if he ruined over businesses, so he called up the Noid and hired him to ruin some rival pizza shops for him. Of course, he knows that the Noid could turn on him if motivated to, but for now he'll let him do what he does best.
  • Chimata Tenkyuu wasn't happy to learn about Jack's black market schemes, considering that she had to deal with one recently. Jack couldn't give a crap about what she thinks, but he is interested in learning about the Ability Card trade, and eventually the Spell Cards. Since he's not in good spirits with Brand X, he knows about their humiliating defeat at the hands of Chimata & her allies, so he's sworn the same thing isn't going to happen to him. Maybe Little Jack Horner, but Little Jack Horner is dead. Megan William despises him because she cared for baby ponies in her stories and fears for their safety whenever he's around. (Un)fortunately he was distracted more by the golden door in her world which holds all the characters of fairytales, myths, and the like (though it also has a force which represents all the evil in those stories). You better believe he's trying to figure out how to break into the door. Likewise, he's been trying to find ways to get into Gensokyo for the exact same reason, but the Sages of Gensokyo have easily been holding him at bay, despite his many attempts, especially through the Land of the Back Door, which has aggravated Okina Matara more than the other two.
  • One of the things he's most proud of is his willingness to shoot a dog in the face. This made him banned from the House of Canines for a reason, and made him the target of one Baba Yaga. Given how John Wick went on a rampage solely becomes some asshole shot his dog, Jack has now made sure to get his hands on ever magical artifact he can to ensure Wick can't get in his way. Wick shrugged his shoulders as it doesn't matter how much firepower Jack brings on him, Wick will get him no matter what.

    The Bride 
Beatrix Michelle Kiddo, Goddess of Brides With Mysterious Pasts (*BLEEP*, Kiddo - by Bill, Mommy - by B.B., Bitch - by Vernita Green, The Bride, Black Mamba, Arlene Machiavelli, World's Most Dangerous Assassin)
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Herself In A Bridal Dress, Hattori Katana In Hand
  • Theme Music: Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) by Nancy Sinatra
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Dark Action Girl While Working Under Bill, Single-Handedly Kills 88 Mooks, Combat Pragmatist, Determinator, Survived A Headshot, Honor Before Reason, Katanas Are Just Better, One-Woman Army, Roaring Rampage of Revenge, Sociopathic Hero, Underwent Training from Hell From Pai Mei
  • Signature Weapon: The Hattori Hanzo Katana
  • Followers: The Faceless Men
  • Domains: Vengeance, Retired Assassins, Swords, Family, Quentin Tarantino
  • Herald: B.B. (her daughter)
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Vic Vega, Sandra Wu-San/Lady Shiva, Talia Al Ghul, Vega, Ryuji Yamazaki
  • Opposes: Vincent Vega
  • Opposed By: Juri Han, Kim Kaphwan
  • Beatrix Kiddo. Codename: Black Mamba. Also known as The Bride. Former member of the Deadly Viper Assassination Squad. In her own words, she was quoted as going "on what the movie advertisements referred to as a Roaring Rampage of Revenge" when her former allies left her for dead during her wedding rehearsal. She roared. And rampaged. And she got bloody satisfaction.
  • It's because of said rampage of revenge that has earned her a spot in the Pantheon. She arrived at the House of Narrative with her now-teenaged daughter in Bill's De Tomaso Mangusta of which she had kept as a keepsake. Her temple is a replica of Bill's hacienda, also in homage to Bill. Nothing fancy, and very low-key. Her arrival was noticed by Elektra Natachios, who knows of the Bride's reputation.
  • The black mamba - of which Beatrix got her codename - is considered to be the most venomous snake on the planet. As Beatrix was considered to be the most dangerous of Bill's assassins, the nickname is most fitting.
  • "You and I have unfinished business." If you hear The Bride utter this following your full name, you run. If she yanks out your eye or you lose a limb, count your blessings. Piss her off...You Are Already Dead.
  • Almost hacked Vic Vega in two because she thought he was Budd, Bill's little brother. Not her fault that Mr. Blonde and Budd look the same.
  • As she is a former assassin, she has been scouted by various organizations from Hotel Moscow to S.H.I.E.L.D. due to her skills. Even Kano offered her membership in the Black Dragon, as he is a fan of her work, particularly the showdown at the House of Blue Leaves. Beatrix shot them all down (pun not intended), as she seeks a somewhat normal life in raising her daughter. As she will find out, nothing is as it seems inside the Pantheon.
  • Friends with Emu Hino/Tiger Orchid. While Beatrix is envious over the fact that Emu wields a Muramasa, Emu is in awe (as is her husband) over the fact that Hattori Hanzo made her sword. Of course, this led to the both of them dueling in a dramatic swordfight that was on par with the Duel on Mustafar. The match, surprisingly, ended in a draw, but both women were left in good spirits. Freeman told Beatrix that if she changes her mind, then there will be a place open for her at the 108 Dragons.
  • Beatrix is also on friendly terms with The Courier, due to the both of them being shot in the head. However, The Courier survived a double-tap, which impressed The Bride greatly.
    • Of course, that doesn't compare to fellow deity Joshua Graham, who puts them both to shame.
  • While Kazuma Kiryu is upset over the fact that Beatrix had killed O-Ren Ishii and wiped out the Crazy 88 (as he and Johnny Mo were drinking buddies in the past and he was on good terms with O-Ren), he does understand as to why Beatrix had done his fellow Yakuza in. Although he does admit to her that what Bill had done in shooting up her wedding rehearsal out of pure spite was a dick move. But Beatrix did say that out of all of the Deadly Vipers, she was the closest with O-Ren, despite how their friendship had ended.
  • Spends time at the Pantheon's Genhanten restaurant speaking with Gen on many topics, even sharing past assassin stories. Gen knew Pai Mei in his youth, but did not train under him. The fact that Pai Mei taught her the 'Five Finger Exploding Heart Technique' shows just how much Pai Mei respected the Bride, especially given the fact that Pai Mei hated Americans, Caucasians, and women, of which the Bride was all three.
  • Some folks tend to give both her and Bryan Mills odd looks if they are seen together, seeing as how for some strange reason, they look an awful lot like Jean Valjean and Fantine.
  • Has found Poison Ivy oddly familiar for some reason, but prefers not to think about it.
  • Juri Han made the mistake of picking a fight with The Bride. Said fight ended with Beatrix plucking out Juri's eye. Thankfully, the eye in question was Juri's Feng Shui Engine.
  • She's not on pleasant terms with Kim Kaphwan, due to her past as an assassin, and despite the fact that she changed her ways for her daughter. Same goes for Kurtis Stryker.

    Bum-bo/Isaac's Dad 
Bum-bo/Isaac's Dad, God of Insignificant Characters Becoming Important (Bum-bo the Brave, Bum-bo the Dead, Bum-bo the Empty, Bum-bo the Nimble, Bum-bo the Stout, Bum-bo the Weird; Isaac's Father: Mr. Moriah)
Top: Bum-Bo; Bottom: Isaac’s father
  • Lesser God for Bum-Bo, Quasideity for Isaac's Dad
  • Symbol: A coin on a pile of trash
  • Theme Music: Somnum (Title Screen)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good as Bum-Bo, and Lawful Neutral striving for Lawful Good as Isaac's father
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Importance, Fatherhood, Dungeon Crawling
  • Special Relations: Isaac (close friend to Bum-Bo, son of Mr. Moriah)
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
    • As Isaac's Dad: Lucifer (unbeknownst on his end)
    • As Bum-bo: Wario
  • Enemies:
  • Feared by: Lip (Bum-bo)
  • Pitied by: Ned Flanders, Gerald Robotnik (Isaac's Dad)
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • It's pretty much well known that Isaac had a pretty terrible life to put it mildly, no thanks to his mother. If she was this bad, one must wonder what the father was like. Well, turns out, that's not really the case. Isaac's father just seemed to be interested in playing with his son, and creating a world that he can feel powerful in. Unfortunately, after having to leave his wife for some unknown reason, possibly related to him being a alcoholic, and while his mother may not be after his blood, she still wasn't nice to Isaac, taking away his toys that he and his father used to have fun and saying that his father hates him. Saddened and scared by this, Isaac imagined playing one last game with his dad as he was curled up in his toy chest, slowly dying.
  • Bum-bo was first noticed when someone overheard a loud talking about how much they love a coin behind the temple of Commerce. Mr Burns overheard this and tried to steal this coin from Bum-bo. This just lead to his temple being invaded by Bum-bo, with him throwing trash and junk at Burns and the hounds that he tried to released. Eventually, enough of a ruckus was raised that the cops were called in, and after getting Bum-bo's coin back for him, was about to lead him out of the Pantheon. By sheer luck, Isaac happened on the scene, and was able to identify him as a friend. After becoming silent with a smile upon seeing Isaac, he was more than happy to greet him and call Isaac his travelling companion, being by his side whenever he can. What ended up being really surprising was that another figure soon emerged; his father, identifying Bum-bo as a character he created so that he could play with Isaac. Surprised to see that Isaac's Father not only recognized Bum-bo, but that Bum-bo was more important to Isaac than anyone thought, he was given a spot to stay in the Pantheon, along with Isaac's father himself.
  • With him and Isaac basically having the same temple, that being Isaac's old home before he took his own life, Isaac's own temple serves as a link to the Basement and all the monstrosities that it hosts, and Bum-bo's temple is Isaac's genuine home, with no hidden underground. Isaac tends to stay within the latter temple, but he does venture towards his own temple to go on adventures in his basement, seeing it as him playing a game with his dad. As for Bum-bo and Isaac's Father, while they both do love and care for Isaac, they both tend to not be seen in the same room that much, due to how different their lives are.
  • Bum-bo:
    • Normally, Bum-bo can be seen jumping into the Basement with Isaac and adventuring, helping him out by running arcades and donation stands to give Isaac goodies, or travelling with him and attacking enemies head on. However, there are times where he goes on his own adventure, carrying a trash bag and using its contents to attack, which is just garbage like bones, teeth, boogers, and even fecal matter, using a puzzle board to link attacks together. He often goes adventuring when he is looking for money and treasure. Fellow adventurer (and proud gross person) Wario wasn't impressed by his gross nature or lack of actual noteworthy treasures. This soon changed after Bum-bo moved 7+ booger tiles, flooding the room with boogers that stuck Wario to the floor long enough to Bum-bo to grab some of his treasure and make a escape. Wario has since started taking him more seriously, crashing his raids to try and snipe any treasure he may have found.
    • Of course, as one of Isaac's friends, he soon made enemies with Ultra Greed. To Bum-bo, killing Ultra Greed is his new end game, as killing him not only proves his power, but also means he earns the right to his treasure. Bum-bo has taken time out of his day every day to try at least one run of taking on Ultra Greed and his challenges. He hasn't really gotten anywhere close to Ultra Greed yet, but his tenacious efforts have been a spectacle for those who want to at least see how far Bum-bo can go with his own proud way of handling things.
    • As noted, one of his attacks is using poop to create barriers between him and monsters. The bigger the poop, the more attacks it can take. The digimons of Numemon & Sukamon took notice of this and was more than proud of him for using fecal matter in such creative ways. A couple of them sometimes join him to show off their own fecal powered attacks, much to Bum-bo's amusement and approval. It's not a rare sight to see Bum-bo riding into battle with a Numemon army. This friendship has led him to find out about another fond user of poop in their attacks. This was none other than the Dung Defender, who might even be closer to him in terms of personality, being a loud and boisterous battler who is always happy to accept a fight. The Defender was amazed and in awe of his unique attack style, and after challenging him to a brawl, Bum-bo won by summoning a skull to chomp the Dung Defender by matching 7 bone tiles together. He was awarded by being given his own personal statue made out of dung. Bum-bo cried many tears of joy from the sight.
      • However, like the other two of them, he ended up becoming enemies with the Great Mighty Poo. To him, he represents a warped view on the power of fecal matter (or what power there is to corrupt when it comes to poop). They often come together to try and plan ambushes against The Great Mighty Poo whenever they expect him on making a bowel movement across the Pantheon. It's a war that plenty of other deities wish to not get involved in, due to just how gross it is known to get.
    • As another user of the puzzle board, Lex the Bookworm went over to check him out, hoping he was a intellectual type of him. Unfortunately, he just got a loud, blathering, and crude adventurer who is just looking for riches, and really don't know that many long words. For as...vulgar as he can be, Lex must admit that he is impressed by how unsuspectingly effective he can be with his crude attacks. Despite not finding him as great as a conversationalist as he would have liked, Lex still must admit Bum-bo is still a great wielder of the puzzle board.
      • Another user of the puzzle board in order to make matches of three or more, Lip would rather not try and get close to him. Seeing just how volatile he can get, she tends to just stay on the side, more than okay with letting him do his own thing. She doesn't really feel like dealing with someone as violent and bombastic as Bum-Bo.
    • Bum-bo has a rather interesting relationship with the house of Luck and Fortune. While he does love his coin, and money in general, he is very stressful when it comes to gambling, doing his best to stay clear of the house. Sure, if he wins, he is more than happy with the outcome. If he loses however, he would instantly try to hang himself with a rope. Some people think that this relates to Isaac's dad and that he was into gambling, to which he just said he didn't want to comment on the situation.
    • Given his incredibly lavish lifestyle, he is often seen just sitting in his cardboard box, moving around and setting up his home behind temples. Most people really don't mind or even notice him, as he just sits in his box and enjoys his coin and trash. However, a couple of the more greedier gods try to claim his coin. Given that it's just a single penny, only the most greedy of gods try to steal it from him. One deity who made a attempt to get his penny was Mr. Krabs. In his infinite greed, Mr. Krabs tried to trick Bum-bo into paying a penny to view a flipbook, donate it to a family of quarters, nickels, and dimes needing a penny, or just pay a arbitrary fee just to leave his temple. However, he managed to get him to folk over him penny by constructing a casino slots machine. Unfortunately for him, Bum-bo got a jackpot and won $100,000 of Mr Krabs's own money. Mr Krabs ended up having to jack the prices up for Krabby Patties by ten times the original value to make up for that blunder.
    • During his travels around the Pantheon, he ended up pleasantly surprised coming across another homeless person; Chester A. Bum. Sure he may have a temple in the Pantheon, but he's more happy using his trusty box to live in. Bum-bo sometimes camps out for the night with him, happy to swap their own stories of their lives with their own unique Large Ham personalities.
  • Isaac's Father:
    • He really doesn't like being reminded that he not only left Isaac all by himself, but also became a alcoholic to cope with this, his absence in Isaac's life leading to his eventual death. For all of his faults, not caring for Isaac wasn't one of them, and he spends his time in the Pantheon trying to clean up his act. He often takes part in attending sessions meant to help alcoholics with Kogoro Mouri, with the both of them wanting to be better fathers. However, with Kogoro's more laid back nature and attitude, Isaac's father is usually the one that stays in these sessions. While jealous of how free Kogoro can act, he is still doing his best to stay on course.
      • While Isaac's father is aware of his own problems in dealing with Isaac's life, he also is aware of just how much turmoil his wife was in, especially with her trying to find Isaac only to find his skeleton in a toy chest. On his end, Isaac's father just wants to try and move on, and if he is able to forgive her and if she is capable of realizing her mistakes, that's great in his book.
    • His relationship with Homer varies on a day by day basis, mostly depending on Homer's mood. Sure, they're both alcoholics, but even than, he still tries to look out for the best in Isaac. Meanwhile, Homer can either be thinking of his son and being careful around him, he could also be trying to strangle and choke him. At least Homer agrees that he is the better parent than the mother. While Homer is friendly enough with him, Mr Moriah does decline any invitations to go out and drink.
    • He doesn't talk about his job much, but he has a job with being a repairman. He often roams the Pantheon trying his best to help repair buildings and whatnot, usually after huge battles. During on his trips around, he bumped into Fix-It-Felix, another fellow repairman. While impressed by the carpenter's prowess, he did feel inferior in comparison. Confiding in Felix about what happened and how he wanted to at least earn money, Felix decided to at the very least take him under his wing to teach him all the in and outs he knows of. He even stays back to watch over Isaac to let Isaac's father get a chance to prove himself.
    • It's highly rumored that he committed suicided by hanging himself if Isaac's depictions of Greed were anything to go off of. On his part, Mr Moriah just wants to do his best to move on from his low point and try to become a better father for Isaac. He would rather keep any mentions of his greed to his Bum-bo counterpart, and would rather do his best to make money legitimately instead of stealing it. Several members of the Pantheon have tried to at least pitch in and donate money to help him out.
    • As a father who has done questionable acts but still ultimately cares for his child, he understands just what happened to Joel during the incident with the Fireflies, doubly so when you take into account the way they were going to experiments on Ellie were just going to make things worse. However, he also knows that Joel cared more about Ellie's safety than he did about the survival of humanity, alongside just what happened to him and Ellie in their next adventure, with Joel being killed off by Abby, the daughter of one of the scientists that he killed, and Ellie going on a warpath of revenge. While he does hope that Joel uses this experience to be a better man in the Pantheon, he rather just not involved with that debacle.
    • His ascension ended up throwing a giant curveball into Lucifer's plans, as he originally planned on raising Isaac as a successor to him. Doubly so as Isaac's father is just a man trying his best to raise Isaac despite his past flaws and incidents, so trying to off him will just be a very easy way to get people to turn sour towards him and GUAC. As such, he has to admit defeat for now, but the first chance he gets to take Isaac for his own, Lucifer will jump on it.
      • A more compassionate parent that is willing to be friendly with Isaac's Dad is Toriel, who actually did her best watching out for Isaac while he was in the Pantheon. Toriel was about to give him a earful for what he did to Isaac, but upon seeing him look so happy playing with Isaac with toys he created, and seeing him later looking depressed as he was reminiscing about his past, she realized that he not only truly does realize his mistakes, but does want to become better. She often drops by to not only help him stay on the straight path, but to also help in raising Isaac.
    • With his story spreading quickly among parents, a couple of them have offered him their sympathies. The one who ended up pitying him the most was none other than Ned Flanders. As a proud and devoted Christian, hearing that the religion he practiced not only played a role in his worsening marriage with his wife (and possibly being just what drove him to go and steal money from his wife to get drunk, but Isaac's Father just rather not think about that part, and not play the blame game), but also his son's suicide made him feel great pity about how something that should have been a enlightening experience and lifestyle was rather the opposite. Isaac's dad has no ill will against Ned or the religion he practices; it's just he rather not deal with it due to how it reminds him of his ex-wife.
      • Another fellow dad that understands the struggle of trying to help their kids and be respected by them, Spirit Albarn has become a ally of him. Even if the situation is drastically different than what happened to him, Albarn still treats Mr Moriah with respect and often givens him advice and aid in helping him become the better father he wants to be. The same pity can't be shared with Ultraman Beliel, who not only was disappointed in how he left because he realized that he was doing more harm than good, but also because he still is trying to be a good father to Isaac despite his flaws. As angry and riled up as he gets him, Isaac's Dad tends to hold his tongue due to knowing just how much of a Curb-Stomp Battle he could get if he angers him, let alone saying his opinions on the rest of the Child Abuse Supporters. He's baffled by just how much joy they take in ruining the lives of their own kids.
    • He's not often used to being viewed as the superior man, but that didn't stop Gerald Robotnik from complimenting him after meeting up with him during a run in with each other in the temple of Fathers, trying to learn how to be a better role model. Turns out that his own granddaughter, Maria Robotnik, ended up not only ascending to the Pantheon, but he wishes to help restore his mind and try to become the good scientist he once was, instead of just trying to kill everyone like he did before. While taken by surprise by the crimes he committed, he still respects the doctor's own wishes to become a better person, and wishes him the best of luck. The two can sometimes be seen talking about their past over a meal.
  • "And that was just the start of Bum-bo and Isaac's adventure in the wide, vast, world! There were plenty of huge hulking monstrous giants to beat, friendly, sweet faces to meet, and even lots of tasty yummy foods to heat and eat! This mysterious place will continue to grow and expand, and will become your new home, another chance at life. I'm sorry that I caused you so much grief, but I'm still so happy you look up to me. It's a joy I intend on truly earning. Your mind is too wonderful to just cast away after what you experienced. When you feel weak and defenseless, you have many friends here to help you, and to help you rise up and show you fears that you're powerful. When you feel scared, we'll be there to comfort you, and to protect you. Always remember this, Isaac; you are too creative and imaginative to just give up, and I'll always be here for you; helping you win and cheering you on, in our next adventure together..."

    Gorgo and Ogra 
Gorgo and Ogra, Divine Monster Mother and Son Duo
Left to right: Gorgo and Ogra.
  • Lesser God (Gorgo), borderline Greater Goddess (Ogra)
  • Symbol: The sight of Ogra trashing London
  • Theme Music: Gorgo's Theme
  • Alignment: True Neutral, Chaotic Neutral (Ogra when provoked)
  • Portfolio: Gigantic Adults, Tiny Babies, Got Reunited at the End of the Movie and Left London to Live in Peace
  • Domains: Kaiju, Mothers, Sons
  • High Priests: The Gappas
  • Followers: Jiger, Birdon
  • Allies: Godzilla, Gamera and Toto, The Cloverfield Monster, King Kong, Zilla, Zilla Junior, The Iron Giant, The Satellite of Love Crew, The Brontosaurus, The Orca, Aquaman
  • Enemies: Hircine, The Monster Hunters, Pokémon Hunter J, King Ghidorah, SpaceGodzilla, Destoroyah, The Kraken, The Gyaos, Lagiacrus, Nergigante
  • In the depths of the British seas lived a creature named Gorgo, close to an island call Nara. Found by treasure hunters Joe Ryan and Sam Slade, Gorgo was captured and brought to London to be shown as an attraction for the public. However, it turned out that Gorgo was only a baby and its mother (known by many as Ogra) followed her baby's cries to rescue it. After trashing the city when Joe insisted on keeping Gorgo trapped despite the imminent risk, Ogra rescued Gorgo and brought it back to the sea with her, the two then left in peace to return to their peaceful lives in the wild.
  • Both ascended into the Pantheon by being lured in to a large ocean-like area where they currently reside away from most of the Pantheon's conflicts. Gorgo has at least been allowed to roam freely as he pleases, usually exploring the many houses to check out of curiosity. However few deities are willing to harm him, lest they incur the wrath of his mother, Ogra. Ogra herself has made a fierce reputation as a ferocious Mama Bear who'll kill anything that threatens Gorgo's life.
  • Both allied quickly with Kaiju who weren't irrationally aggressive, among these stood out the following:
    • Godzilla, as the de-facto King of the Monsters (including Kaiju) both follow his lead and authority, helped by them preferring to keep away from human civilization and instead reside in their underwater home. Godzilla takes a paternal approach when dealing with Gorgo and tries to make sure that he understands that not all humans are bad, so as to prevent unneeded conflicts from arising between Kaiju and humans. Ogra respects Godzilla's authority but will no doubt step in and stand her ground if she feels Gorgo is threatened.
    • Gamera loves children and as Gorgo is one, he took a liking to the young Kaiju and its mother for these reasons, even protecting them fiercely from the threat of the Gyaos, which they are unprepared to confront on their own. Gamera tends to scout their Temple for their safety, usually going down if trouble arises in it. Ogra appreciates Gamera's respect of her territory and protection of her child and as such considers him an ally. Gorgo and Ogra both greatly fear the Gyaos thanks to the few experiences they've had and anytime the savage flying monsters are roaming the Pantheon, they both try their best to hide from danger, with Ogra being willing to face them all on her own to keep Gorgo safe, though luckily their allies help keep them safe.
    • As he has experiences with being forcefully taken from his home and used as a living exhibit, King Kong became another ally to them. He feels good that Gorgo was ultimately freed and was able to go back home with his mother as he himself didn't have such luck and ended up dead in New York for his troubles, never being able to be back in his home of Skull Island. The Brontosaurus, another Kaiju deity who was taken from its home to be made an attraction, also bonded with Gorgo and Ogra over their situations, especially since unlike Kong he got to return back home instead of dying in the mainland and was also captured by British people and brought to London.
    • The Cloverfield Monster found plenty reasons to sympathize with Gorgo and his mother, given that he himself had to deal with being separated from his mother though he went on a rampage due to it and had to be killed by the military. Ogra has ocasionally offered Clover a chance to stay at her temple for shelter, but Clover prefers to keep himself within his own, which she understands and respects.
    • As he kidnapped Godzilla's own child out of sadism, both loathe SpaceGodzilla, more so when he tried to force Ogra into the open by attacking her temple and kidnapping Gorgo. Accompanied by King Ghidorah, the two nearly killed her until Godzilla drove both off. She also detests Destoroyah, as he is well-known for killing Godzilla's son, Godzilla Jr.
  • They've received praise from the Crew of the Satellite of Love, who call them the best part of their movie. They both appreciate it, this praise has also given them a positive relationship compared to other deities from movies they've riffed. Also helped by the Crew's respect of their space and peace.
  • As ocean dwellers, they are wary of the many threats that lurk beneath the waves, particularly the malevolent Kraken who has attacked during their trips to the House of Aquatic Life. Other fierce predators such as the Lagiacrus and its variants, the Liopleurodon, Meg and Plesioth have also attacked them in the many houses and have become enemies with the duo as a result. On the other hand the water-dwelling Orca found common grounds with the duo, as he went on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge to avenge his mate and unborn child, he was glad to hear that they had successfully been able to reunite and live in peace unlike him who took his own life once he achieved his revenge.
  • Both allied with Aquaman, as the hero and King of Atlantis can command all sea life including them and he's more than eager to help keep them safe and out of danger. The two follow Aquaman's lead in the same vein as they do Godzilla's provided that the latter isn't the one calling the shots prior. Aquaman is at times interested in learning more about their species and if there are more of their kind out there.
  • Steve Irwin was interested in learning more about Gorgo and Ogra, given their rather tame attitude when not threatened or provoked. He's been able to successfully get along with both and even thought of further studying them in their temple to get better information and knowledge of their behavior and nature. Other deities in the House of Beast Handlers have also grown interested in studying Gorgo's species as well.
  • They've both had to fend off attacks from Nergigante, who sees them as prey like the Elder Dragon it hunts, and constantly harasses them if given the chance to do so. Ogra has so far been more willing to look up to the sky and stay on guard at all times. Gorgo himself is rather afraid of facing Nergigante and as such hides whenever they spot it. Though Ogra most of the times proves herself able to match Nergigante's might and drive the Elder Dragon Hunter away if possible.
  • As she captures strange creatures, Hunter J grew interested in capturing the young Gorgo, as she thought of the value the creature could hold in many black markets. Though luckily Godzilla was able to stop any kidnapping attempts, ever since she's remained on antagonistic terms with both Gorgo and Ogra, hoping to capture either or both and make a fortune through them. Other hunters in the House view both creatures as worthy prey and have taken to hunting them, much to Ogra's fury.
  • At large the duo remains far away from the Pantheon's great conflicts, as Ogra feels its none of their business or interest to participate unless they have no other choice. For now they've been eyed by the Nature Uprising as they are natural-born monsters who have reasons to oppose humanity and further the Nature Uprising’s goals.

    Meteora Österreich 
Meteora Österreich, Goddess of Those Who Explain The Plot (Metchin, Linkin Park)
  • Lesser Goddess (Quasideity after staying in the real world)
  • Symbol: The Book of a Thousand Miles
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Anti-Nihilist, Badass Bookworm, Barrier Warrior, Big Eater, The Comically Serious, Icy Blue Eyes, Nice Girl, Not So Stoic, Mystical White Hair, Rei Ayanami Expy, The Smart Girl, Squishy Wizard
  • Domains: Magic, Narration, Storytelling, Reality, Exposition
  • Heralds: Sōta Mizushino
  • Allies: Rei Ayanami, The Librarian, Yuki Takeya, Chino Kafuu, Twilight Sparkle, Shiena Kenmochi, Batman, Spock, Fi, Shido Itsuka, Haruto Tsukishiro, Emu Hojo, Hiiro Kagami, Taiga Hanaya, Kiriya Kujo, and Poppy Pipopapo
  • Enemies: The Anti-Monitor, Swim Swim, Hermaus Mora, Masamune Dan
  • Conflicting Opinions: Altair, Homura Akemi, Kuroto Dan
  • Under watch by: The House of Military and Warfare and some sectors of the House of Weapons
  • Meteora was originally just an NPC from a game called Avalken of Reminisce, who came into the real world thanks to Altair summoning her and other creations in order to break and destroy reality. Initially when she arrived, Meteora was having existential issues and wanted to meet her creator, but unfortunately he had died in a motorbike accident a few week prior, but she eventually recovered from the fact that she could never meet him. The reason for her ascension is that, both in her game of origin and in the real world her primary role was to explain things, which eventually landed her a position in the pantheon.
  • After the events of the Elimination Chamber Festival, Meteora was the only creation that remained in the real world since the portal back to the fictional worlds requires someone to open it and stay behind. It wasn't a big deal for her as she grew to love the real world and even was granted citizenship by the Japanese government. She even decided to write a book about the events that transpired involving the creations coming to life.
    • That said, given the fictional nature of the pantheon, Meteora was granted her magical powers once more. But she only has access to them whenever she is in her temple.
  • The existence of the Pantheon was something that shed some light into Meteora's understanding of fiction, as it pretty much confirmed that what she considered to be "reality" was merely another fictional world and she and other creations belonged to fiction of said world, often based or referencing works from the real world. She also learned that the Pantheon wasn't limited to just Media originated in Japan but also from all around the world and even from different mediums entirely.
  • She quickly learned that Altair was also an ascended deity in the pantheon, something that initially concerned her wondering if she was feeling better after their last encounter. Both remain on good terms, even if other people have told Meteora that Altair didn't deserve to be left off so easily and deserves worse. And she doesn't necessarily disagree with those claims, as there is still a possibility that Altair could be a threat in the future.
  • Another strange fact that caught her attention is that there were other people that sounded like her, something that she already knew before hand since he learned about that back in the real world. That's why he ended up befriending Chino Kafuu and Yuki Takeya, although she has more in common with the latter. That said, she has no sympathy for Swim Swim, who could be arguably worse than Altair in some aspects.
  • Her former role back in the world she originated from was that of a librarian, and while she grew over the limitations of said role, she still does like to read books and frequents the House of Knowledge as a result. That's why she is also friends with other librarians or bookworms such as Yomiko Readman, Twilight Sparkle and Shiena Kenmochi.
  • Has an habit of stealing military-grade weapons and the like to use them in combat whenever trouble arises, something that she started doing when she arrived at the real world. The more sensible members of the House of Military and Warfare have tried to regulate the equipment she takes so she doesn't go overboard and have tried to keep an eye on her.
    • There is another person who has shown similar behaviour and that was none other than Homura Akemi. Meteora doesn't know what to think of her, while she appreciates her dedication towards Madoka, she thinks her methods are rather extreme.
  • Very skilled in the art of analyzing and planning ahead, as she was a key player in figuring out why creations were coming to life and how to defeat Altair so she doesn't destroy the real world. This in turn made her allies with other brilliant minds like Batman and Spock, the former even asking her in formulating a plan to combat the Anti-Monitor given her involvement in Crisis Crossover.
  • Turns out that she isn't the only person who is tasked with the exposition as Maechen already had one of those aspects covered, but nonetheless both him and Meteora ended up befriending each other. There was also Fi, who while she had an unrelated role in the pantheon, is also prone to exposition.
  • Shido Itsuka once approached Meteora, as she reminding him of Nia Honjou and wondered if they personally met before. She also saw a lot of her friend Sota in Shido so that might have been the reason they became friends so fast.
    • Shido introduced Meteora to a his new friend Haruto Tsukishiro, who initially confused her for Nene Higashiyama due to her voice. Apparently, Haruto encountered Nene inside the dreamscape in the form of a storybook and thought Meteora could help him in his travels thanks to her area of expertise. Although dream exploration was uncharted territory for Meteora, she nevertheless agreed to lend her assistance.
  • Once retold the story of Re:Creators which conveniently featured a sexier Meteora defeating Altair in the first fight almost effortlessly. Of course, nobody thinks that version is accurate to begin with.
  • No, she might be named Meteora, but she has nothing to do with Linkin Park's second album. That didn't some people from jokingly calling her Linkin Park.
  • Has got along greatly with all of the Doctor Riders, very much appreciative that esteemed healers such as them are still so welcoming to getting along with creations after the events of their series. Meteora has especially been getting along with Poppy Pipopapo aka Asuna Karino due to the latter's status as a fictional character brought into the real world. Currently, Asuna has been aiding in Meteora's adjustment into the real world after she has been Brought Down to Normal.
    • That being said, she naturally is disgusted and horrified by the actions of Masamune Dan, with Meteora deeming him every wrong with a Creator.

    Mort the Chicken 
Mortimer Chicken, God of Unexpected Characters (Mort the Chicken, Ruthless Commando, A Problem)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: An uneaten corn cob
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Theme Music: Mort's Farm, What's on the Kid's Menu?, Welcome To Block World (Alternate Theme)
  • Portfolio: Heroic Mime, Prehensile Comb, Fearless Fool, Pint-Sized Powerhouse, Hosts His Own Children's Program, Mistaken for Betrayal
  • Domains: Chickens, Barns, Corn, Television
  • Allies: Peppino Spaghetti, Chanticleer, Ernie the Giant Chicken, Foghorn Leghorn, Billy Hatcher, Otis, The Farmer, Fluttershy, Spyro the Dragon, Sonic the Hedgehog, Mettaton
  • Enemies: Pizzaface, Dag, Napoleon, Dr. Eggman, The Sorceress, The Grand Duke of Owls, The Henpire
  • Admired By: Cow and Chicken
  • Additional Relationships: Crash Bandicoot
  • The story of how Mort the Chicken saved his homeland is an odd one, to say the least. A normally peaceful dimension inhabited entirely by sapient chickens was one day contacted by The Boolyon, a race of sentient cubes lead by Colonel Cubicles, who had mistaken their hay bales as kidnapped members of their own kind. In retaliation, Cubicles sent out his men to kidnap baby chicks so they can negotiate the release of their "brethren". The only soul brave enough (or stupid enough, it's hard to tell) to go in and rescue them was popular children's show host Mort the Chicken, who promptly invaded the Boolyon homeworld and started rescuing as many baby chicks as possible while fighing off the Boolyon at the same time. In the meantime, his fellow chickens could only speculate how Mort was brave enough to take on this quest, considering that chickens are naturally cowardly and weak. In the end, after beating the Boolyon's two best men and retrieving the remaining chicks, Cubicles realized his mistake and negotiated a peace treaty between the two races, with Mort now considered a hero and leaving Cubicles feeling very flustered about his rash decisions.
  • The day Mort discovered The Pantheon started out as a normal day of him filming his show, consisting of him and his friends "getting down and gettin' funky", when between takes Mort noticed something unusual about his well, which was previously used by the Boolyon to kidnap the baby chicks: namely, there was once again a vortex within the well. Mort, either out of curiosity or blind foolishness, once again jumped into the well, where he entered a brand new realm filled with numerous gods and locations from all sorts of realities. It turns out the realm had heard of Mort's exploits and were impressed with his one-man war with the Boolyon, and so had reached out to Mort for a place in the realm. It took a bit of Mort blankly staring at the messengers, but eventually he accepted on the condition of him getting to take his show with him as well, which they went "sure, why not" and agreed to said terms. Mort now spends most of his days filming episodes of his show, occasionally getting caught up in various shenanigans around the Pantheon, usually involving him saving baby animals.
  • Of course, there's the issue of why he has Unexpected Character as his title, which itself is a funny story: turns out he was involved with the Pizza Tower, taking refuge in The Vigilante's Fun Farm. There, he met perpetually stressed pizza chef Peppino Spaghetti, and had helped carry him throughout the stage and take out enemies that the chef couldn't. He was even one of the handful of people Peppino saved from the crumbling of the Tower. Apparently, Peppino's friend and herald Gustavo had talked Peppino into getting Mort up, arguing this would be nice compensation for helping them in their quest to beat Pizzaface, even if it involved Peppino being dragged around by the Chicken. After ascension the two remained in touch, with Mort thanking Peppino by regularly ordering from his Pizzaria (cheese with extra corn, if anyone's wondering). Of course, people are still wondering how or why he was in the Tower to begin with, and Mort being the silent type isn't gonna give an answer anytime soon.
  • So behavior-wise, Mort really doesn't look or act any more intelligent than a normal chicken. Most deities assume there's some intelligence behind his blank stare, his home dimension is populated by sapient chickens and one doesn't just organize a TV show without some sentience after all, but moments like that are rare and otherwise he just acts like a oddly brave chicken. Still, intelligent or not singlehandedly stopping an alien invasion is bound to impress some people, and as a result his fellow Pantheon chickens have plenty of respect for him. Chanticleer, a rooster with a knack for rock and roll, was happy to see someone that was willing to risk his life to save his kind and has frequently guest starred in his show, adopting his King persona for Mort and the gang to dance to his songs. Loudmouth prankster Foghorn Leghorn appreciates how Mort actually allows him to go on his infamous tangents and admires his strength, having toyed with the idea of bringing him back to his home barn to help prank his rival, Barnyard Dawg. Ernie the Giant Chicken has tried to convince Mort to help him beat up Peter Griffin, but Mort hasn't shown much interest in the idea, though other than that he doesn't mind Mort at all. Notably, the evil Henpire has tried to contact Mort and convince him to join their ranks, but allegedly Mort barely reacted to the offer before just wondering away, baffling the Henpire.
    • In general, most Barn-based deities get along with Mort just fine, mostly because, again, he more or less acts like a slightly smarter chicken and therefore it doesn't take a lot to please him. Take the Harvest Moon Farmer for instance, a fairly normal, well, farmer that one day came across Mort in his garden and thought he was just one of his normal chickens, giving him corn and generally treating him well. They were a bit embarrassed when they realized that the chicken was a well-known TV celebrity, but still Mort appreciated the care and occasionally visits for some extra corn. Barn cow and literal party animal Otis also thought that inviting Mort to a party would really spruce it up due to how successful his show, which is all about partying, and sure enough it was apparently one hell of a party, albeit ending in another close call involving their farmer nearly discovering their sentience. Siblings Cow and Chicken are also fans of his show and plan on giving him a visit for his autograph, mostly chicken as he thinks his fellow chicken's a badass for stopping the Boolyons.
  • When Mort isn't filming his TV show, he's wondering around The Pantheon having all sorts of wacky adventures. While these shenanigans tend to vary, one thing that remains consistent is that most of them involve Mort rescuing various baby animals in distress, guiding them to a safe zone while he fights off anyone that threatens them. If Mort does this out of a need to do good or it's just a force of habit, nobody knows, but nobodies complaining as he's also very good at saving animals. A few of his adventures involve him helping Sonic the Hedgehog rescue baby animals from being batteries for robots created by Dr. Eggman, managing to be a surprisingly useful ally in the process. Hes also helped animal lover Fluttershy find lost baby animals and return them to their parents, though they had a bit of a rough start with Fluttershy mistaking him for a Cockatrice and giving him The Stare... which Mort entirely No Selled out of absentmindedness, much to her surprise. He's even helped Spyro rescue some baby dragons when The Sorceress tried once again stealing them to make a powerful spell, managing to keep up with the dragon as well. By the way, Spyro swears that even Mort flinched when he told him of the Sorceress's heinous schemes.
  • So about that whole "Mort's a celebrity with a successful TV Show" thing, part of his bargain with joining The Pantheon was him bringing up his TV Show to the realm, which was approved out of a sense of both hospitality and curiosity of what that entailed. On the surface, it doesn't seem like much, most Mort and his friends dancing to various songs... and yeah, you'd be right, there's not much more to it, at least back in Morts world where it was seen as exciting. The producers at least realized that the Pantheon has higher standards for entertainment, and so The Pantheon's version mixes it up a bit by having frequent guest stars, mostly musicians so Mort can rock out to various songs. This whole idea was actually the idea of fellow TV show host Mettaton, who had Mort on his own show as an experiment to see if people would still watch his show if the guest star was a literal chicken, and surprisingly the ratings were much higher than he anticipated, passing on his advice that anything can be made better with guests. While rating are not as high as in Mort's world, his show still gets decent ratings thanks to the improvements, though there are some that dismiss his stuff as mindless dancing.
  • It was a normal night for infamous predator Dag, and by "normal night" we mean a lead-up to a horrible animal massacre. He and his pack had located a new barn that was absolutely filled with chicken and baby chicks, and they were all too busy dancing to notice Dag preparing for an ambush... all expect for Mort, who was the owner of the farm to begin with. Having caught sight of some Coyotes sneaking around, Mort, in an uncharacteristically smart move for him, snuck up on the bloodthirsty predators and started attacking them instead. What followed was perhaps the second most embarrassing beatdown of Dag's life, as Mort proved to be stronger than any of his crew thought he was and effortlessly whopped the asses of what ultimately were normal Coyotes. The second Mort managed to pull out his trump card, a power-up that made him grow significantly bigger, it was over, and Dag was launched away from the barn by Mort. In general, most predators wisely stay away from Mort's barn, as while a ton of free chicken sounds delicious it ultimately isn't worth risking their lives fighting Mort.
  • It was also a normal day for Mort, and we really do mean normal this time, as he was preparing to film another episode of his show, when suddenly he ran into a worried marsupial wondering around. This marsupial, Crash Bandicoot, scooped up Mort and brought him back to his temple, where he was preparing another go-karting tournament with his friends and enemies. As it turns out, Crash had mistaken Mort for another friend of his, King Chicken, with the ditzy bandicoot thinking that Mort was the same chicken, just without his crown. It also turns out that, while Mort's slightly smarter than the mostly normal King Chicken, he cannot drive to save his life and kept on crashing his kart, with the tournament being brought to a screeching halt via a comically large pile-up that Mort accidentally made. Eventually, the real King Chicken was found and Crash sheepishly apologized for his mistake. At the very least, Mort wasn't upset enough to press charges against the bandicoot, though its likely he doesn't even know what charges actually were.
  • So the question remains; how intelligent is Mort the Chicken? He does come from a world ran by sentient, if ditzy, chickens and runs a TV Show, but like we said he only acts slightly smarter than an actual, regular chicken. Most evidence towards his sapience points towards his bravery, what with Mort pulling his stunt against the Boolyans without any fear, but his generally absentminded personality don't really convey that very well. Some gods decided to ask some residents of Mort's home world, who were similarly baffled by his bravery and immediately started speculating about it, and what they came up with made some sense: Mort's simply too foolish to actually comprehend how dangerous his deeds are, a behavior originating from when he was testing out rockets before he got his show. That said, the residents weren't exactly the best source of info, considering that they also briefly considered Mort a traitor only because he was brave, which is apparently considered taboo by the chickens, though to be fair they realized their mistake fairly quickly. Still, it was better than nothing and generally Mort being a Fearless Fool seems to be the consensus right now.

    The Oz Gang 
Dorothy Gale, The Scarecrow, Tin Woodman and Cowardly Lion, Quadrumvirate of Having What They Were Looking For All Along (Tin Woodman: Nicollo "Nic" Chopper, Scarecrow: Fiyero Tiggelar)
L to R: Scarecrow, Tin Man, Dorothy Gale, Cowardly Lion
  • Lesser Gods (Scarecrow, Tin Man, Cowardly Lion), Demigoddess (Dorothy)
  • Symbol: A yellow brick road
  • Theme Music: Follow the Yellow Brick Road / You're Off To See The Wizard collectively
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: It Was with You All Along, Reveals Everyone Knows By Now, Four-Temperament Ensemble
  • Domains: Travel, Friendship, Flaws, Goals (all four), Heroism, Fantasy, Rainbows, Courage (Dorothy), Scarecrows, Idiocy/Brains (The Scarecrow), Timber, Metal, Emotion/Stoicism (The Tin Man), Lions, Cowardice And Courage (The Cowardly Lion)
  • Herald: Toto (Dorothy's dog)
  • Allies: Oscar Diggs, Ozma Tippetarius, Caesar, Ron Stoppable, Podrick Payne, Teddie, Neville Longbottom, Wirt and Greg, Trixie Lulamoon, Kaito Kuroba, Dorothy Albright, Kirito and Asuna
  • Vitriolic Best Buds with: Garfield (The Cowardly Lion)
  • Admires: Guy Shishioh, Shimazu Toyohisa, Link (Cowardly Lion)
  • On speaking terms with: Elphaba Thropp, Other deities Trapped in Another World
  • Enemies: The Wicked Witch Of The West, Koba, Baba Yaga
  • Pities: Stanley (Stanley Parable), Gertrude (Dorothy), Flowey (The Tin Man)
  • Opposes: the Narrator, Dracula
  • Opposed by: Yotsuba Koiwai (the Scarecrow)
  • Avoided by: Adrian Fahrenheight Ţepeş/Alucard
  • Complicated Relationship with: Alice Kingsleigh/Liddel (Dorothy)
  • Dorothy Gale is a young girl living in a Kansas farm with her dog, Toto, Aunt Em and Uncle Henry. One day, a violent tornado picked up her house with her and Toto inside and dropped her in the Land of Oz. When she stepped outside, she found out that she had already killed the Wicked Witch of the East and is now wearing red slippers on her feet. She was told that in order to return home, she must walk the Yellow Brick Road and meet the Wizard of Oz During her journey, she met and befriended the Scarecrow, Tin Woodman, and Cowardly Lion. They also wanted to see the Wizard to gain a brain, a heart and courage. Eventually, after being put in danger by the Wicked Witch of the West multiple times, they managed to reach the Emerald City and meet the Wizard of Oz, who was actually just a stage magician. Nonetheless, the four realized that the qualities were with them all along, and Dorothy returned home by clicking her heels.
  • Applies to all of them
    • For a while, Dorothy was in a separate seat from the rest of her friends as the Goddess of Plucky Girls. One day, she asked the Court of the Gods to move her seat into her friends' house, as she wants to be in closer touch with them. The Court of the Gods complied, and so Dorothy tidied her residence, and moved in with her friends. They were surprised and happy too see her move in with them, and shared a big group hug.
    • All four of them, especially Dorothy, were happy to see Princess Ozma in the Pantheon, as Dorothy helped her reascend to the throne when she was Tip, and Ozma was responsible for Dorothy's ascension. They are also glad to see the Wizard of Oz present in the Pantheon, and often visit his magic shows to enjoy the spectacle, and they sometimes open his shows by singing "We're Off To See The Wizard".. On the other hand, they are not happy to see that the Wicked Witch of the West was also present in the Pantheon, knowing that she'll likely be tormenting them in the future. They manage to have buckets of water ready if she ever comes for Dorothy again. They are conflicted when it comes to Elphaba Thropp, as despite her good-hearted nature, she is destined to become the Wicked Witch of the West in the future. It's even more awkward for Scarecrow, as he happened to be her boyfriend Fiyero in her world.
    • Dorothy's friends ended up getting along with Teddie, as he also felt he lacked his humanity as a Shadow and eventually proved that his humanity was always within him all along. Teddie was ecstatic to find out there were others that shared similar plights and became friends with them.
    • The group are rather uneasy around Koba due to being a psychotic primate that reminds them of the Wicked Witch's flying monkeys, his violent behavior and hateful outlook not endearing him to them. Dorothy is most afraid of him because of his hatred of humans and stays away from him as much as possible. They also hate Baba Yaga for being a sinister sorceress just like the Wicked Witches. On Baba Yaga's side, she hates Dorothy for killing two witches, and for being one of the few people she cannot touch due to being protected by the Land of Oz.
    • As each of Dorothy's friends prove to be more capable than they let on, they found themselves relating to Ron Stoppable due to his status as a Crouching Moron, Hidden Badass. They also can relate to Neville Longbottom, and the determination Podrick Payne has to protect his friends, while also sharing a mutual understanding of their shared sense of camaraderie.
    • Leela once dreamed up a Land of Oz parody, where Fry was the Scarecrow, Bender was the Tin Woodman and Zoidberg was the Cowardly Lion. Given their issues with intelligence and good heart, The Scarecrow got along with Fry. The others could take or leave the comparison
    • The Courier's adventure with the Think Tank mirrors their journey to see the wizard, in a sense. They needed a brain, heart, and spine (courage) because everyone besides Mobius forcibly removed them all and they got lost throughout their base. The four don't like thinking about that comparison. They also don't know what to think of a certain video game. They did make their opinion clear of a bad Wizard of Oz video game the AVGN reviewed, where the Nerd was surprised that the Lion swore.
    • The four met up with Wirt and Greg, who like Dorothy, were lost in a strange world and tried to find their way home. Their first encounter started off a little rough, as Wirt nearly had a heart attack upon seeing the Lion, but calmed down when he learned that the Lion was just afraid of Wirt. After getting over that initial embarrassment, the two groups became friends.
    • During their time in the House of Theatre and Spectacle, the four decided to seek out other stage magicians like Oscar and watch their shows. They then saw posters advertising Trixie Lulamoon's and Kaito Kuroba's shows, and decided to purchase tickets and watch their shows. They were quite impressed with both of their shows with Kaito's swift, clever tricks and Trixie's illusion magic providing great entertainment. They now are regular watchers to their shows.
    • To round off their encounters with stage magicians, the four met Dorothy Albright, a young girl who not only shares her first name with Ms. Gale, but also can summon familiars resembling the Scarecrow, the Tin Man and the Cowardly Lion. Both sides were rather baffled by the coincidental resemblances but became good allies, and the four enjoy visiting her magic shows.
    • Apparently, Alucard once fought monsters resembling the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion when he stormed Castlevania to kill his father. The four were disturbed that Dracula would lord over supposed mockeries of themselves, while Alucard just tries to avoid them, knowing any encounters between them would be rather awkward.
    • The four were flummoxed at the existence of The Stanley Parable Adventure Line™, thinking it to be a bizarre parody of the Yellow Brick Road they walked on. They're not really chummy of creator of the line, The Narrator because of his dubiously malicious attitude, and pity Stanley for being trapped in an endless cycle of an oft derailed story.
  • Applies to Dorothy
    • Dorothy was surprised to find out that many other deities were also whisked away to other worlds, although some decided to stay and live in their new environment than try to find a way home. Of them all, she is closest with Niko, who is also a young child living in a rural countryside and wished to go home upon waking in an unfamiliar environment. She also gets along with Chihiro Ogino and Odysseus thanks to sharing similar tales struggling and eventually succeeding in coming back home. She pities Gertrude for being trapped in Fairyland for many years and hating it there, but is unnerved by her more violent actions.
    • Dorothy managed to get along swimmingly with Megan Williams, as she also happened to be a farmgirl who was transported to a fantastical world where she befriended the quirky denizens of the world. Megan than introduced her to her pony friends, in which she struck a close bond with Applejack, who also is a fellow farmgirl.
    • Her song, "Over the Rainbow", is regarded as one of the most tearjerking and heartwarming songs in the Pantheon. Rainbow Dash offered to take her literally over the rainbow, but Dorothy declined, commenting that the rainbow was metaphorical and it would defeat the purpose of the song, but appreciated her offer.
    • Has a love/hate relationship with Alice Liddell. One one hand, she gets along with Alice Kingsleigh because of their similar experiences in being dropped into a strange, fantastical world, but is afraid of Alice Liddel, who is more cynical and violent, not to mention dangerous as she usually manifests during times of danger. She often has to take cover when Alice brings out the Vorpal Knife and blood starts flying.
    • Some of Dorothy's closest friends in the Pantheon include Kairi, Mako Mankanshoku, and Ponyo. With Mako and Kairi, they related to their strong bonds with their friends as well as their plucky attitudes, with Dorothy feeling a bit sorry for Kairi for going through many harrowing events and appreciating Mako's cheerful spirit for keeping her friend, Ryuko Matoi in check and being her support. With Ponyo, they already have known each other for a while as Ponyo used to be Dorothy's follower back when she held her old title, and Dorothy was pleasantly surprised to see Ponyo ascended to divinity in the Pantheon.
    • After killing two wicked witches, Dorothy feels it would be awkward to ever visit the House of Magic, believing they may shun her for what she has done. However, the Wizard and several major members of said House have invited her to visit to help put her fears to rest. Eventually, she visited the house to see the witchy denizens of the place. To her relief, most of the deities living there happened to be good people, and she struck cordial relations with them. Unfortunately, the Wicked Witch of the West happens to reside there, along with another evil witch named Cia, which Dorothy was most unhappy about, so the denizens of the house tend to protect her from them whenever she visits.
    • Dorothy is often accompanied by her pet dog, Toto, who was traveling with her during her time in Oz. Given time, she eventually met other deities with canine companions; Kiba Inuzuka with Akamaru. Ken Amada with Koromaru, and Chiyo Mihama with Tadakichi-san. The four of them spend their first meeting interacting and petting each other's dogs. Dorothy was initally intimidated with Akamaru, but eventually managed to bond with him as she did with Koromaru and Tadakichi-san.
  • Applies to The Scarecrow
    • The Scarecrow is the former ruler of Oz, and serves as a trusted adviser to Princess Ozma. Though he's daft, he's also pretty smart. When it comes to matter of politicking, he has gotten a lot of advice from Tyrion. He also works well with Fighter's capacity for great strength despite, and sometimes because of great ignorance.
    • Dr. Zomboss tried to take the Scarecrow's brain upon learning he had it all along, but came up empty since it's more a metaphorical brain than a literal organ. The Scarecrow doesn't care for him, and dislikes getting harassed by hungry zombies.
    • When he heard that there were other scarecrows living in the Pantheon, the Scarecrow went to the Hall of Dread and Valor to check them out. When he did meet Fiddlesticks and Jonathan Crane, he was appalled and disgusted by both of them for relishing in other peoples' fear and sadistically striking fear in the hearts of men. In fact, he found Fiddlesticks so terrifying that he had to flee the Hall. On the other hand, Yotsuba Koiwai is rather afraid of him despite his friendly nature, and he really can't figure out why she dislikes him.
  • Applies to Tin Woodman
    • The Tin Woodman, usually just referred to as the Tinman for short, was an ordinary Munchkin woodchipper. Handy with an ax, he found himself getting along with Paul Bunyan. He doesn't like Mr. Burns given his reckless devastation of the environment, or Hexxus for the same reason.
    • Wasn't always made of metal. He used to be Nicollo "Nic" Chopper, but was cursed by the Wicked Witch of the East to accidentally chop off body parts with the swings of his ax. While a machine of sorts, he has nothing in common with the goals of the GUAM and avoids their more sinister members. He also doesn't like Dr Trager because of his love of cutting people's fingers and other body parts off.
    • In spite of his claims he didn't have a heart, he proved to be The Heart of the group. He's iconic as characters who emote, yet think they don't. He felt some kinship towards 2B since they ultimately proved not as stoic as they let on, and Fluttershy because they have a love for animals.
    • Given his journey involved trying to obtain a heart, it wasn't surprising for him to meet up with the Sea Salt Trio, Roxas, Lea, and Xion. The three related to the Tin Man's struggle to obtain a heart, as Roxas and Lea, then called Axel, were searching for a new heart to hold as they couldn't have emotions during their time as a Nobody, and Xion wanted to prove her humanity and prove that she wasn't just a doll. On the flipside, the Tin Man heavily opposes Xemnas, Luxord, and Larxene for being willing to cause massive harm in their pursuit to get hearts.
    • The Tin Man felt incredibly saddened when he heard about Flowey's unfortunate situation of losing his "heart", his SOUL, and thus losing the ability to feel emotions. However, he is hesitant to approach the flower, given his oft sour and malicious behaviour, but hopes he might find a new heart someday.
  • Applies to the Cowardly Lion
    • The Cowardly Lion came looking for courage, but he keeps doing brave things. He's more of a Lovable Coward in the movie, though. Either way, he's more capable than he lets on. He can relate somewhat to Vir Cotto, due to how he grew a spine. He's less interested in Garfield, but does enjoy relaxing with him and has found lasagna to be rather tasty.
    • Being a lion, he used the reputation of a ferocious lion to bluff people into not fighting him. The Lion decided to meet other lions to see their courageousness in action. Simba and Mufasa regard him as a perfectly affable lion, and the Lion admires them for their bravery and their positions of authority and sees them as role models. The Cowardly Lion wasn't happy to learn of the evil things that Scar had done, such as usurping the throne and killing his brother and stays away from him. He was overwhelmed when he met Aslan, a holy being taking the form of a lion. Aslan seems fond of the Lion, respecting his hidden courage, and encourages him to become braver.
    • Given his issues with his cowardice and desire to be courageous, he visited the House of Dread and Valor to seek out anyone like him. There, he managed to befriend Kirin Toudou and James Harry Trotter, who have managed to overcome their fear of their evil relatives and managed to stand up against them. He admires Guy Shishioh and Shimazu Toyohisa for their limitless bravery, and aspires to be just like them. By contrast, he considers Lord Djibril's cowardice and many other monstrous actions to be despicable. Outside of the Hall, he became close friends with Luigi, who also is normally cowardly yet shows great courage in times of need, and Piglet, who happens to be more cowardly than him, but still has a kind heart, and admires Link as he holds the Triforce of Courage.

    Roy (Fire Emblem
Roy, God of Early Appearances (The Young Lion, Our Boy, Emblem of Binding)
  • Lesser God, Intermediate God as an Emblem
  • Symbol/Weapon of Choice: The Binding Blade
  • Theme Music: Beyond Distant Skies - Roy's Departure (Smash Bros. Remix) (Default), Winning Road - Roy's Hope (Smash Bros. Remix) (personal battles), Attack ~ Roy's Theme (Fire Emblem Echoes Remix) (general battle theme)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, Lawful Evil when controlled by Fell Dragon energy
  • Portfolio: Red Is Heroic, A Child Shall Lead Them, Kid Hero, Chick Magnet, Playing with Fire, Debuting in Smash Bros
  • Domains: Cameos, Lord, Fire
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Ike, Roy Koopa
  • Enemies: Grima, Shinobu Sensui
  • Ambiguous Relation: Lyndis
  • Before his journey in his home continent of Elibe, he first participated in the second Smash Bros. tournament, though he fought with a similar fighting style with another deity, Marth. He doesn't participate in the third, however made an unexpected return in the fourth Smash Bros. tournament with a new look. Fellow Fire Emblem deity, Robin, noted that he fought an Einherjar of the Young Lion who wore the similar armor.
    • When he began his journey, he was... rather underwhelming, to say the least. At least he has the Binding Blade with him, otherwise the debate over the weakest Lords in the franchise would escalate further. After the below, there are rumors that it's not him who wear the pants in the romance, but his girlfriend.
  • His true journey began during the war against Bern where he was entrusted with the leadership of the Lycian Alliance from Hector after his untimely passing, go along with his daughter Lilina (Roy's childhood friend), defeated King Zephiel and showed mercy to the dragon he was manipulating. Not exactly the most ground breaking, but the good Gods are always convinced of his heart of justice this way.
    • That said, he was thoroughly surprised and pleased when he saw BOTH Hector and Lilina enter the Pantheon, not just because it was a great honor, but Roy was thoroughly surprised that Hector was at his prime and frickin' powerful at that, making him wonder just what kind of cheat did Zephiel use to defeat him (Hector just said that he was past his prime and didn't have Armads). Hector was actually proud of him for leading the Lycian Alliance in his stead. And as of Lilina... nothing else needs to be said, they resume being friends, with the Pantheons thinking that they should just officialize marriage ASAP.
  • Though he is friendly with other heroes and deities from beyond the Outrealm Gate, he is slightly annoyed by Ike, who took his position as a representing fighter for the Smash Bros. tournament. Nevertheless, he manage to return and has the potential to settle it in Smash.
  • Roy got annoyed when people told him that "he" is in the game, but in fact were referring to Roy Koopa. This began to die out when he himself showed up and began having a quick match with him.
  • He once hung out with the fighters, until when he doesn't appear in the third Smash Bros. tournament and was kicked out. He does return, but nobody cared as he was overshadowed by Ryu and Robin thought he was his father, Eliwood. He was unamused of the situation, even baffled that the Duck Hunt dog got in.
    Roy: They hired a dog.
  • Not many know of his mother, nor could they gain correct identification. The mother could possibly be Ninian, Lyn, or Fiora. If it is the former, then he could be a quarter-dragon hybrid.
    • It doesn't help that Lyndis has ascended and she even acknowledge that she is not sure if he is her son or not. Roy doesn't want to talk about because it will get very confusing in the very end.
  • It is worth noting that Roy potentially have SIX brides to choose from: his childhood friend, the granddaughter of a Sacaen chieftain, a cheerful pegasus knight, a dancer, his own teacher, and a mysterious shaman. At the moment, only the childhood friend, Lilina, has ascended as well, so it looks like it is seen to be his OTP.
    • That being said, he was flabbergasted when some people say his real soul mate is Marth himself, in which Roy insist that he's sure he already got a good girlfriend or wife back home, but then these people showed pictures of a blue haired girl getting skewered while he hangs out with Roy. Needless to say, Roy really had a busy day to clean things up. Thankfully, he cleaned up just in time when said blue haired girl, Marth's actual wife Caeda, arrived in the Pantheon and came to offer friendship. Roy accepted that in a flash. (And he'd do well to make sure Lilina didn't suffer the same fate)
  • He cannot understands humans that despise other humans like Shinobu Sensui, similar to Zephiel, the King of Bern, who wants dragons to rule the world. He understands that his kind have done evil, but also sees that they are constantly trying to avert those evils.
  • Somehow managed to find Sain when looking around in the Pantheon. He actually gave him some sort of respect as he served his father, Eliwood, twenty years ago.
  • He discovered a manakete named Tiki in which he was excited to find another one since Arcadia. Even better, he found that she's a Divine Dragon and Tiki want to hear more about what Arcadia is like.
  • He's very overjoyed when he saw his father Eliwood ascend, alongside his 'mother' Ninian. When they expressed how proud they are to him, Roy just scratched his head in embarrassment. Sure he protected Elibe from a massive war, but he said that it's nothing compared to preventing world destruction from the Dark Druid and his plans. He doesn't care on how others see them, they're the most badass to him.
  • Recently, Roy has been spotted in the world of Elyos as an Emblem, a spirit housed within a ring that grants the user powerful abilities. It remains to be seen if, and how, this power can be unlocked in the Pantheon.
  • "For those I must protect, I cannot lose!"

    Sunny (Wings of Fire
Princess Sunny of the SandWings, Goddess of Oblivious Hybrids (Beetle)

  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: The Eye of Onyx
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Herald: Thorn
  • High priests: Kharg and Darc
  • Domains: Hybrids, prophecies, fire, deserts, optimism, sapient dragons
  • Portfolio: All-Loving Hero, The Anti-Nihilist, her friends think she Cannot Keep a Secret, Everyone's Baby Sister, The Ingenue, smarter than she looks, Wide-Eyed Idealist, doesn't have Hybrid Power, The So-Called Coward, Plucky Girl, broken cutie, sets out to Reconcile the Bitter Foes, can breathe fire
  • Allies: Spyro, Hiccup and Toothless, Emmet Brickowski, Jake the Dog, Zelda, Caeda, Spike the Dragon, Twilight Sparkle
  • Respects: The entire Hall of Opposing Fate, Kasen Ibaraki
  • Enemies: All evil dragons (especially Acnologia), Melkor, Dark Elves, Queen Sectonia, the Queen of Hearts
  • Opposes: The Monster Hunters, the Dovahkiin, Saints George and Martha, the Dragon Hunters, Dragonslayer Ornstein
  • Fears: Fatalis, Malefor, Deathwing
  • As a war raged between the dragon tribes of Pyrrhia, the Talons of Peace received a prophecy instructing them to find five dragon eggs due to hatch on the same day, and raise them to end the war. Unlike most of the desert-dwelling SandWings, Sunny doesn't have a venomous tail barb, her scales are golden instead of pale yellow, and her eyes are green instead of black. However, she can still breathe fire and radiates heat. Her caretakers assumed she was deformed because she was hatched in a cave instead of beneath the scorching sun. As the War of SandWing Succession draws to a close, she meets her mother, Thorn, who's looking for a NightWing (the most elusive dragon tribe) named Stonemover. When Sunny asks her why, Thorn reveals that he's Sunny's father, who left her one day and never returned. Thorn didn't like other NightWings, so she buried Sunny's egg in the desert in hopes that they wouldn't take her. Unfortunately for her, the prophecy said the SandWing egg was "hidden away", so the Talons of Peace took it instead. Sunny is in denial of this at first, since she's horrified by the NightWings' flippancy and cruelty towards other dragons, but Thorn assures her that she's not a mistake.
  • After the war, the Dragonets of Destiny founded a school called Jade Mountain Academy to teach dragons from all across Pyrrhia to get along. One evening, Sunny noticed a strange tunnel that wasn't there before on the cavern's ground floor, and felt drawn towards it. Unlike most of the magic in her world, it didn't give her a sickening feeling of wrongness, so she decided to follow her adventurous side and crawl through it to see where it went. She arrived in the Court of the Gods, who said they were proud of her role in saving Pyrrhia and bestowed her title upon her. Sunny cried tears of joy; the prophecy she'd been raised to believe she was a part of may have been fake, but she was finally special.
  • Sunny's temple is an unassuming-looking cave, similar to the one she grew up in. The floor is covered in warm desert sand, and spherical lanterns hang from the ceiling, similar to the ones in Jade Mountain Academy. There's a small hole in the cave's roof, allowing the sunlight to shine through.
  • Sunny tries to see the good in dragonkind, so naturally the first place she visited after her ascension was the Hall of Draconic Beings. The first member she met was Spyro, who she found annoying at first, but came to respect him when she learned he saved his species many times over. She's curious as to how he gained his various Breath Weapons; the dragons in her world only have one at most. She later tried to reason with its eviler members such as Grima, Smaug, and Sindragosa despite their terrifying appearances, only to be distraught when they wouldn't listen to her. She reacted even worse when she learned about Melkor, who created the dragons in Arda to be his Always Chaotic Evil minions. After this unpleasant experience, Spyro warned her about three even viler dragons from other houses: the Absolute Xenophobe Fatalis, the Omnicidal Maniac Malefor, and the Ax-Crazy Deathwing.
  • While Sunny was visiting the Hall of Dragons one day, she heard some of its nicer members whispering about Acnologia. "I've heard he tortures immortals for fun," they said, "and he could easily destroy the Pantheon if he wanted to!" She decided to do some research by asking the other gods, because she's too nervous to enter the House of Hatred and Racnor. She learned that he was a former human who became a dragon, hates both of his species, and committed genocide on his world's dragons. He's the exact opposite of Sunny, who learned to embrace both halves of her identity, and she almost pities him. Almost.
  • She was pleasantly surprised to learn that she's not the only dragon hybrid in the Pantheon. However, she was perplexed to learn that most of the others are half-human, such as Jake Long, Corrin, and Eight. She was even more confused by Donkey and Dragon's offspring. Part of her is curious about how they all came to be, but another part of her doesn't want to know. She's kindred spirits with a hybrid who has no dragon in him at all: Jake the Dog, who was surprised to learn he was half-shapeshifting alien, and it took him a while to come to terms with that.
  • The war started in the first place because a group of scavengers (AKA humans) killed Queen Oasis of the SandWings. Since princesses can only take the throne by killing their mother in most of the dragon kingdoms, and she had three daughters, a Succession Crisis ensued. As a result, Sunny is wary of any human dragonslayers such as the Monster Hunters, the Dovahkiin, Ornstein, Saint George, and Saint Martha, but she dislikes the Dragon Hunters the most. The first time they saw her, they immediately tried to kill her until Hiccup, who was passing through, broke up the fight. Sunny explained she wasn't evil (and everyone else was surprised she could talk), and the Dragon Hunters explained that their world's dragons are invading aliens and they don't hate the benevolent ones in the Pantheon. Despite their apology, Sunny's opinion on them was irreparably soured. On the flip side, she made friends with Hiccup that day because she owes her life to him. Not to mention, he reminds her of the teenage scavengers who helped her end the war, and scavengers are cute. Although, she's not sure why his dragon companion, Toothless, hasn't spoken to her yet. Is he shy? For similar reasons, she respects Kasen Ibaraki, who knows all about how to care for her dragon familiar; and avoids the Dark Elves, who abuse their dragon mounts into compliance.
  • Sunny gets along well with Emmet due to their similar histories. Both of them thought they were special because they were subjects of prophecies, only to realise that the supposed "prophets" made them up on the spot... but they still fulfilled it anyway, because it was the right thing to do. For similar reasons, she respects the Hall of Opposing Fate. It helps that they're all decent people.
  • Sunny ended the war by reclaiming some of the SandWings' stolen treasure, including the Eye of Onyx, a necklace enchanted to choose the most worthy queen and incinerate anyone unworthy who touches it. She didn't think any of the SandWing princesses would make a good queen — Blister was too cruel and cunning, Blaze was too stupid, and Burn was too violent and was already dead by that point — so she gave it to Thorn instead. As a result, Sunny respects caring and noble rulers such as Zelda and Caeda, and hates cruel, vain, or power-hungry ones such as Sectonia and the Queen of Hearts.
  • The royal who Sunny gets along with the most, however, isn't in the House of Royalty at all. One day, she bumped into Spike when they were both visiting the Hall of Dragons, and he told her that he's a princess' personal assistant. Curious, Sunny asked him to introduce her to this princess. Sunny was expecting to see a dragon, not unlike the princesses in her own world... and was surprised to see a relatively small and unimposing alicorn instead. Despite this, Sunny and Twilight Sparkle got along swimmingly. Both of them try to see the good in everyone, founded schools to teach the species of their worlds to get along, have gone on adventures with their friends to save the world, and are modest about being princesses. Also, Twilight's obsession with reading and learning reminds Sunny of Starflight, the dragon dearest to her. Sunny is always eager to ask Twilight and Spike about their world's dragons.
  • Due to her experience handling magical artefacts in her world, such as the aforementioned Eye of Onyx and the Obsidian Mirror (which allows the user to spy on far-away dragons), she's interested in The Great Treasury and frequently visits it to make sure the items are in safe hands. While she's not allowed in the lowest levels, which are guarded by highly advanced AIs, she's deliberately scared away would-be thieves from the Artifacts Library and The Armory. She may not be much of a fighter, but she's still a fire-breathing dragon who dwarfs humans.
  • Also in the Hall of Hybrid Beings

    Tony & Tia Malone 
Tony & Tia Malone, Deities of Humans Discovering that they’re Aliens
Tony & Tia
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: Their star case
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Brother–Sister Team, Alien Among Us, Psychic Powers, Quest for Identity
  • Domains: Siblings, Extraterrestrials, Psychics
  • Allies: The Chosen Four, Lucas, Clark Kent, Supergirl, Group 1, Matilda Wormwood, Shigeo Kageyama, Kusuo Saiki, Dwayne Johnson
  • Enemies: Black Ops, Gorilla Grodd, Jervis Tetch
  • Wary of: Agents J & K
  • Tony and Tia are a pair of orphaned siblings with psychic powers who learn that the star case that they have with them may be the key to not only finding their home, but finding out exactly what they are. After being taken in by Aristotle Bolt, who pretends to be their uncle so that he can learn more about their abilities and use them for his own gain, the duo escape and go on the run from Bolt and his men. The siblings get help from drifter Jason O’Day and as Tia remembers past events, she remembers who she and Tony really are: aliens that evacuated from their dying homeworld and later crashed on Earth. Tony and Tia reunite with their Uncle Bene, who reveals that there are many other children like them who are lost as a result of said evacuation from that alien world. While Tony and Tia now understand who they are, it was only a matter of time before they found themselves getting into further adventures, including getting into conflict against a fame-seeking scientist with destructive ambitions and a mind-control device.
  • A telepathic message directed to the two saying that they would find more of their kind in a far-off place would be the catalyst for another adventure. What they wouldn’t realize until much later was that their quest would be far bigger than what they had previously gone through. After Tony and Tia arrived at their destination, they would meet a psychic who said that they were responsible for sending out that message to the duo and that while it is true that there would be other children like them in this unusual place, there were also far greater dangers out there that would put the Malones’ psychic prowess to the test. As effective as Tony and Tia’s telepathic powers are in helping them get them out of trouble, they knew that they would need plenty of help in getting used to living beyond Witch Mountain and going up against the varied threats that await them.
  • One group of psychics that Tony and Tia quickly got along with were The Chosen Four, a set of kids who were tasked with defeating a great evil. Jeff was the only one from that Four who didn’t have psychic powers, but that didn’t put a damper on the camaraderie between the Malones and the Four. The PSI abilities that Ness, Poo, and Paula had were more powerful than what Tony and Tia could do, and it became apparent the abilities those kids had were essential in helping the Malones survive a more chaotic world. As far as psychic powers are concerned, the Malones tend to provide a support role when working with the Four compared to the quartet being more capable in prolonged combat, especially when it comes to Ness.
  • It didn’t take long for the Malones to come across many other psychics who endured hardships comparable to or more severe than the siblings’ past adventures. Lucas was among the espers who Tony and Tia learned about and Lucas had to grow as a person when it came to not just the death of his mother, but his twin brother being turned into a cyborg against his will. As terrible as Lucas’ ordeal was, there were plenty of horrific enemies and psychological trauma one has to confront, as shown from how much pain the teenagers from Group 1 had to endure in a desolate world and Carrie White demonstrating how dangerous a troubled person with psychic powers can be if angered enough. While the Malones knew that there would be other children with psychic abilities out there, they learned through befriending such figures (and at the very least, expressing their sympathies to the more unstable ones) how much more severe things could be in worse circumstances regardless of how capable said children are.
  • Tony and Tia did try to keep a low profile while staying at an orphanage until the unusual circumstances regarding their past made it impossible to ignore. While the Malones are just one of many psychics who have had adventures, there were a few who have lived comparatively mundane lives, or at least, had a mentality in which they preferred living as ordinarily as possible. Matilda Wormwood was a young genius with psychic powers who was stuck with awful parents before being adopted by the kindhearted Miss Honey. Seeing the life that Matilda had regardless of her powers made the Malones wonder if it was possible to live normally despite their alien heritage, though they understand that it would come with its own set of challenges, which may or may not include contending with a terrible teacher comparable to Agatha Trunchbull. Two other youthful psychics named Kusuo Saiki and Shigeo Kageyama had strong psychic abilities, but were modest about it in that Saiki had issues with the weirdness that surrounded him and Mob didn’t think that having great power makes anyone better than others. Both got along fairly well with the Malones, with Mob being intrigued by human-looking aliens with psychic abilities and while Saiki is a bit disappointed that the Malones’ background meant that trying to prevent unwanted attention was very difficult, he does understand the difficulties they face as young espers.
  • Despite their human appearance, the Malones’ psychic powers and extraterrestrial origins have made them the target of those focused on keeping alien threats in check. Agents J and K were among those who have gone after extraterrestrials with the help from the MIB, an organization dedicated to going after aliens and preventing the wider public from finding out about such via wiping bystanders’ memories of such events. While J and K are relatively heroic in terms of what they do and have mainly fought against malevolent aliens, that didn’t prevent Tony and Tia from wanting to keep their distance from these agents and the MIB by extension. It’s mainly the more ruthless organizations such as the Black Ops that fend off aliens that the Malones are worried about given that they don’t care about anything other than making sure the aliens and anyone that witnesses them are destroyed regardless of their victims’ threat level.
  • Regardless of having to avoid groups of people that either want to eliminate them for their extraterrestrial nature or use their powers for evil, the Malones did manage to find other aliens that had a human appearance. Two of those entities that Tony and Tia took a strong liking towards were Kal-el and Kara Zor-el, who were from the similarly ill-fated planet of Krypton and would go on to save Earth countless times as Superman and Supergirl respectively. Besides being fond of the superheroism from the two Kryptonians, the Malones could relate to how Clark Kent wasn’t fully aware of his alien heritage until after growing up on Earth for some time and how Kara had a similar ordeal despite landing on Earth later. With how well Clark and Kara have been able to adapt to life on Earth in the face of various troubles, the two Kryptonians have helped the Malones both at fitting in with a varied assortment of people and fighting against powerful adversaries that could threaten the two children.
  • One other alien with a human appearance was The Doctor and they ended up being much more unusual for the Malones than they were for The Time Lord given how many crazy adventures The Doctor has been involved with. Besides having different appearances and companions, The Doctor also had a unique way of traveling across time and space with the TARDIS. While access to an advanced form of transportation meant that it could be possible to revisit the home planet that Tony and Tia were originally from prior to its demise, the two don’t seem to be willing to revisit a bad memory from an early part of their life. All things considered, hearing about a human alien with a lot of stories to tell and distinct aspects about themselves was something that the Malones are willing to learn more about, even if meeting extraterrestrial psychic children was just another regular day on The Doctor’s end.
  • Dr. Victor Gannon was a mad scientist who, with the help of his assistant Letha Wedge, brainwashed Tony with the use of a mind-control chip so that Dr. Gannon could be recognized for his scientific achievements, no matter how dangerous his findings were. After Tia was able to find Tony and free him from said mind control, the Malones were able to thwart Dr. Gannon’s plans and while dealing with deranged scientists was bad enough as is, it was villains with access to mind control that would be a problem for the siblings. Jervis Tetch was someone similar to Dr. Gannon in terms of creating mind control devices, though the former had a lot more variety in his designs. It was difficult for Tony to get through being a mind-controlled slave by someone else and he really doesn’t want Tia to go through a similar thing, especially when it involves being at the hands of someone creepier than Dr. Gannon. Fighting against entities with innate mind control powers would be just as difficult, if not moreso, as dealing with someone who creates such devices.
  • Tia is shown to be fond of animals, helped by the fact that she and Tony had a cat named Winky during their initial adventure and Tia has been able to get some assistance from animals thanks to telepathically communicating with them. There were a multitude of additional animals for the Malones to discover beyond Witch Mountain, with many of these creatures being unlike anything they’ve seen before in terms of looks and capabilities. Some of these animals are able to talk to humans normally with Tia not needing her telepathic powers for such meetings, but others were powerful enough to the point where it’s more than likely for such beasts to resist Tia’s abilities. Tia was able to find some help in the form of people who were just as fond of animals as she was, mainly to better understand some of the stranger creatures that exist so that she can have a better chance at communicating with them and getting their assistance. This did lead to some problems coming from Gorilla Grodd, a gorilla with psychic powers and abilities who had no intention of backing down from his violent conquests and can easily resist the Malones’ own telepathic abilities.
  • One of the more interesting allies who have decided to help the twins is the wrestler-turned-actor Dwayne Johnson since he's the parental figure to a story similar to their very own. With his wrestling skills and natural charisma, he can become a guardian figure to those in need. He's also made sure to mention to be careful of other figures who have taken his image before. Hercules is okay, but Black Adam isn't.


Liezerota, Goddess of Spoiler Incarnate Characters (Lieze, Lieze Dark)
SPOILERS (NSFW warning) 
  • Demigoddess, Overdeity as Lieze Dark
  • Symbol: A Lieze flower
  • Leitmotifs: Lieze Lullaby, Lieze Love, and Lieze Rock as Lieze Dark
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (Chaotic Evil as Lieze Dark)
  • Portfolio: Walking Spoiler, Nice Girl, Little Bit Beastly (lion), Yamato Nadeshiko, Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold, Buxom Beauty Standard Unwitting Instigator of Doom, Taking the Bullet, Morality Pet, Love Redeems (trigger), Demonic Possession, Not Quite Dead, Post Humous Character, Demonic Possession (victim), True Final Boss (as Lieze Dark), Sibling Yin-Yang, Muggle
  • Domains: Good, Family, Home, Love
  • Allies: Killua, Usalia, Hinata Hyuga, Sayaka Miki, Mufasa, Aslan, Simba, Kharazim, Asgore Dreemurr, Sakura Matou, Baine Bloodhoof
  • Enemies: Lucifer, Satan, Xehanort, Orochimaru, Scar, Lord Jaraxxus, Gul'dan, Mana Ouma, Corset
  • Arrived in the pantheon when it was found out that her nature as a Walking Spoiler had real world effects such as a seemingly harmless update to the Nippon Ichi website accidentally leaking one of her game's big twists several months before its release date, or being such a spoiler intensive character that she has to have her own folder on this very site's character page for her game. Liezerota being a rare case of a Walking Spoiler who isn't either a villain or an antangonist helped seal the deal too.
  • Despite her lack of magical power, she seems to have a sixth sense when it comes to traps. Lieze is one of the few people who can effortlessly bypass Satako Houjou's pranks. Satako takes this as a challenge to do better with her traps.
  • It is said that Lieze is indirectly one of the most powerful demons in the pantheon, through influence judo. Having the inventor of Ultimate Demon Technique for a father, a former Demon Emperor who conquered or destroyed 70% of all netherworlds (wants to atone for it) as a younger brother, and Killia as a boyfriend will do that.
  • Also of note is Liezerota's uncannily high resistance to elemental energy, especially wind, which may be a side effect of her home.
  • Is quite welcome in the House of Food, for she is a very talented chef, especially when it comes to curry. Where do you think Killia and eventually Usalia learned his talent from?
  • Lieze considers Might Makes Right a sign of someone who is truly weak, calling Lucifer the demon with the weakest heart of all.
  • Due to her nightmarish experience as Lieze Dark (not being in control of her actions yet screaming for help the whole time, Liezerota is not fond of those who use Demonic Possession or Grand Theft Me.
    • One such experience was when Satan sought revenge for being killed by Killia by possessing her. In his arrogance, Satan didn't realize that Killia had access to exorcism techniques. Killia was livid, immediately unleashing Tyrant Revelio and striking Satan at least 4 times with Macrocosm before his lifeless body hit the ground.
  • After the above incident, harming Lieze in anyway officially became listed as one of the Pantheon Berserk Buttons that must never be pushed....ever.
  • Found much in common with Sayaka and Hanyuu over their shared connection to mass numbers of game changing plot twists.
    • Such commonalities have also struck a cord with Asgore, along with their shared love of flowers. Liezerota has forgiven Asgore for his questionable activities given the unpleasant circumstances that triggered them. That and how her younger brother managed to change his ways after doing MUCH worse.
  • Sounds similar to Hinata Hyuuga and shares the same sense of modesty.
  • Kharazim and to a lesser extent Iron Tager remind Lieze of her father, Goldion. Baine Bloodhoof seems to sound just like him too.
  • Can often be found taking a stroll in the House of Beasts. This is in part because said house reminds her of her home netherworld, a feral and ruggedly beautiful wilderness with strong winds.
  • The GUAD has marked Lieze for attention. They see Lieze Dark and her potential to destroy the entire universe as a power they want to obtain.
  • Sympathizes with Sakura Matou over their shared experience of being possessed by pure evil, nearly destroying everything while under that power, and having to be saved by their loved ones.
  • If you hear Lieze Rock playing while she has white hair and is surrounded by demonic centipedes, be VERY afraid, for that's the warning alongside super revealing attire that Lieze Dark has manifested. The only known way to defeat Lieze Dark involves high level exorcism techniques, such as Macrocosm.
  • Is completely disgusted with Mana Ouma. Despite the terrible things Void did in her name, he would have NEVER did the sort of things Mana desired to do to her sibling. Mana along with Corset also being evil Walking Spoilers just makes things worse.
  • Rena Ryuguu makes her nervous. While she's normally a friendly, cheerful, albeit mildly bipolar girl, at her worst (especially should Hinimizawa Syndrome start flaring up again), Rena's protectiveness towards her father reminds Lieze of Void's darker tendencies.

Liopleurodon, God of Even Bigger Threats (Liopleurodon ferox)

LOOΠΔ, Members  Goddesses of Debut Queues (이달의 소녀 note , LOONA)
LOOΠΔ + + Top row from left to right; HeeJin, HyunJin, HaSeul, and YeoJin. Middle row from left to right; ViVi, Kim Lip, JinSoul, and Choerry. Bottom row from left to right; Yves, Chuu, Go Won, and Olivia Hye
  • Demigoddesses
  • Symbol: A crescent moon
  • Theme Music: "Hi High", "Butterfly", "So What", "Why Not?", "Star", and "PTT (Paint The Town)" (each girl has their own individual theme, listed below)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: A K-Pop Girl Group consisting of Twelve members divided into three sub-units, Debuted in successive order, Each member has a month and song dedicated to them, Fun with Acronyms, Animal Motifs, Color-Coded Characters, Skilled dancers, Tend to flip genres during songs,
  • Domain: Debuts, Dance, Music, Girl Groups, Surrealism,
  • High Priests: EXO
  • Allies: The Elite Beat Agents, Amigo, Hatsune Miku, Houkage Tea Time, Tony and Maria, Hana Song/D.Va, Doctor Strange, The Hero Club note , Alice Liddell/Kingsleigh, the Hall of Felines, Kermit the Frog, Bambi, Xerneas, Yui, Owl, The Hall of Aquatic Life, Batty Koda, Odette, Sgt. Byrd, Hubie and Rocko, The Penguins of Madagascar, Mothra and Mothra Leo, Chibiterasu, Moro, San, Mowgli
  • Friendly Rivals: 765 Pro
  • Enemies: Akunin Sentai Trollkaiger, I-No, Courtney Gears, Lord Raptor, Soundwave, The Queen of Hearts, Queen Sectonia, Lord Shen, The Grand Duke of Owls, Antasma
  • Wary around: Rick and Morty
  • LOOΠΔ, a K-Pop girl group, debuted in 2016 with the introduction of HeeJin. Over the course of two years the group expanded, with eleven additional girls making their own debuts and expanding upon the universe that they existed in, known to the Higher Gods as the "Möbius Strip". Eventually the three pieces of this universe - Planet Earth, the Inbetween and Eden - came into contact with one another, resulting in the group's official debut in 2018.
    • The group though wouldn't arrive in the Pantheon until they were selected to take part in an Ascension Tournament for the title for God/Goddess of Korean Pop Music. Despite the odds being stacked against them, the girls managed to make it to the finals, facing off against fellow K-Pop group BTS. Together, they performed their hearts out to the audience... only to finish in second place, with BTS coming out as the winners. Devastated by the loss, they were about to leave the Pantheon... when it was revealed that there was a second place prize; an additional position in the Pantheon. After some considering, the judges decided on to give them a temple based on how the girls were introduced in sequential order.
  • When they're not performing at the House of Theatre and Spectacle, the gang can be found in their temple, which leads to the Blockberry Creative dance studio in South Korea. There, they train to perfect their dance skills, as well as test ability to mimic the choreography of other dance groups both in and out of the Pantheon. They also hang out there on their down time... and act like complete goofs.
  • The twelve members of LOOΠΔ sometimes can't be together when the time comes to perform. When that happens, they utilize their secret weapon... the sub-units. There are three such sub-units, each one having a different roster of performers with their own unique motif.
    • LOOΠΔ 1/3, consisting of HeeJin, HyunJin, Haseul and ViVi, are human denizens of Earth... not counting Vi Vi, anyway. Their songs revolve around the innocent and excitement of first love, as well as the co-existence between its sweetness and heartbreaking cruelty. They spend their time studying at Elysium Academy, making friends with the Houkage Tea Time and sometimes performing their songs after class. Interestingly, Yeojin is sometimes considered the "slash" in 1/3. But the truth is she isn't considered a true member of the group, instead being considered her own solo unit. Nevertheless, she will still be there to cheer her friends on from the sidelines.
    • Kim Lip, JinSoul and Choerry make up the second sub-unit, ODD EYE CIRCLE. They're located in Los Angeles, using their distinctive "Odd Eyes" note  to travel between dimensions. This ability to jump dimensions has caught the eye of Doctor Strange, who's seen the potential the girls have and has offered to hone their skills. Music wise, they're darker than 1/3, focusing more on the concepts of romance, intimacy, temptation and playfulness.
    • yyxy, translated as Youth Youth by Young, is the final sub-unit, consisting of Yves, Chuu, Go Won, and Olivia Hye. The four were originally from a dimension known as Eden (similar to the Biblical garden,) but they escaped it in order to seek their true identities; Yves lead the charge out, with Chuu going willingly, Go Won dragged along and Olivia leaving on her own accord after being ditched by the others. They're also unique in that they possess "Neanthropic chromosomes", meaning they're a new type of human. Needless to say, they aren't up for the House of Science examining them. Their music revolves around the ego of the youth; being in love, hurt, broken, but still able to move forward in life, whilst learning to love oneself in order to love others.
  • The group spend a lot of time in the House of Music, where they practice alongside the other resident gods there. Amigo often adds an extra flare to their performances whilst Tony and Maria, skilled dancers in their own right, have offered the girl group to train them in broadway-style dancing. But they all pale in comparison to the dancing might of the Elite Beat Agents. They came to see the skills LOOΠΔ had to offer... and so they sent out Yves, whose training ultimately impressed the agents, enough to make them become part time coaches to the young K-Pop group. The tutoring they give may seem strict but they have produced results.
    • LOOΠΔ's presence has also attracted the attention of several other idols. They quickly became friendly rivals with 765 Pro, often performing dance duels with them on the stage, and have been seen interacting with Big Time Rush, mostly to keep their High Priests - K-Pop boy group EXO - from going all out on them. At the same time, Hatsune Miku has seen the potential in the team and has coaching them into being top notch performers. They're more hesitant around Utau Hoshina, due to her shaky past.
  • On occasion, one might hear the sound of the group performing their songs in a acoustic manner. These melodies often drift on the evening wind, serving as a lullaby for deities trying to get some sleep. It's further amplified thanks to the assistance of Overwatch member Hana Song; A.K.A. D.Va. She was excited to see more people from Korea enter the Pantheon and quickly befriend the twelve, making them feel at home. She also stops by their temple to play video games, mainly with HyunJin and Olivia Hye.
  • It's no secret that the group dislikes Trollkaiger - most in the Pantheon shares the sentiment - but LOOΠΔ's disdain for them stems from the Ascension Tournament. Turns out that Trollkaiger had purposefully rigged the tournament so LOOΠΔ would make it to the finals only to lose to BTS. That, and them kidnapping YeoJin during a performance with the Muppets has put both groups in opposition of each other.
  • As it just so happens, The House of Time and Temporality discovered a timeline in which the first two sub-units resided in the same world and were all originally friends with each other; with YeoJin and HaSeul being siblings. For the most part, the group don't talk about this world, but occasionally they're caught gossiping about their respective love interests, speculating if they could be brought into the Pantheon.
  • Facts relating to HeeJin (Theme Music: ViViD)
    • A seemingly normal student, HeeJin was the first member of LOOΠΔ to be discovered, working part time as a simple hotel cleaner. Sick of the dull and repetitive routine of her job, she yearned for a life full of colour and vibrancy, living in a mansion filled with beautiful outfits and walking down the runway in all of them. Luckily for her, the arrival of ViVi, along with YeoJin's disappearance, changed everything, eventually leading to the final formation of the group.
    • Her time in the Pantheon has led to several encounters with various rabbit based deities, due in part to the rabbit being her spirit animal. Some, like Hazel, Miyamoto Usagi, and Bunnymund, respect the young lady but tend to keep their distance. Others, like Bugs Bunny, Rabbit, and Angel Bunny, are more friendly towards her, sometimes showing up during practice to hang out. They keep in mind HeeJin's allergies to fur, and often don't stick around for long periods. Nevertheless, they're still there to support her during performances.
    • The connection to rabbits and travelling into extraordinary worlds drew many parallels to Alice's own adventures into Wonderland and the Looking Glass. This inevitably led to the two young women meeting over tea. They quickly hit it off, both sharing their own unique adventures and their fair share of rabbit encounters. Alice has even invited the K-Pop star to Wonderland to share in all the sights there, but HeeJin has been hesitant; she still finds the realms' other residents even crazier than her own team. Plus, there's the fact the Queen of Hearts wants her head after several card soldiers appeared at a concert.
    • From time to time, she stops by the House of Costumes to explore and try out the latest styles from across the Multiverse. Every dress she tries on only fuels her desire to keep experimenting more, and while she waits to try on new articles of clothing, she can be found playing sudoku to pass the time.
    • It's worth noting that despite her outgoing personality, HeeJin is deathly afraid...of pigeons. And no, we are not making this up. It's actually such a debilitating fear that she stays well away from the Hall of Birds, despite liking most other animals. Even then, she can't visit the House of Beasts and Fauna for long due to her fur allergies. On a side note, she's also praying The Goodfeathers don't ascend anywhere around her..
  • Facts relating to HyunJin (Theme Music: Around You)
    • Timid by nature, HyunJin is best friends with HeeJin, and is something of a Shrinking Violet; often having trouble interacting with other people outside her close circle, even having trouble confessing to the one her heart desires. But that all changed one day when she received a bracelet from a cat... a bracelet made by fellow member Go Won. While in another dimension. Suffice to say, she has a lot more secrets than her demeanour gives away.
    • While all the LOOΠΔ members love to eat, HyunJin takes things to a whole different level. She loves bread. With a passion. In fact, rumour has it she loves bread so much that she would pass up high-quality sushi for a nice loaf any day of the week. As such, she often goes to the House of Food's bakeries to try out freshly made products along with anything else she can get her hands on.
    • It's no surprise she hangs out in the Hall of Felines on her down time, as the cat is her spirit animal. The deities within, at least the good aligned ones, will welcome HyunJin in and try to help overcome her shyness and open up to other humans. Firestar, and Tiger are the ones she speaks with the most, and through them she was introduced to the human Sakaki. The pair get along well, to the point where Sakaki asks HyunJin to take care of her Iromote kitten Maya when she's not around. HyunJin always alerts HeeJin beforehand, just in case of allergic reactions.
      • On a side note, she has been seen riding inside the Catbus on the way to school. After the first few times, she's screaming less and is actually enjoying the experience.
    • While at Elysium Academy, HyunJin has been trying to find the courage to meet and hang out her secret crush. Details are a bit sketchy but she prefers it that way, as she doesn't want trolls and tricksters ruining her chance of finding love. Her classmates have been trying to help out, particularly Shizuku Tsukishima, whose had a similar experience with romance in the past.
    • Some of the Pantheon's deities have come to question if HyunJin is all there in the head...if the dog-like barking wasn't the first clue. But she means well, often expressing her desire to star in an earring commercial. She's sending multiple requests to the Hall of Advertising to achieve that goal. No response as of yet, but she's hopeful.
  • Facts relating to HaSeul (Theme Music: Let Me In)
    • As the leader of LOOΠΔ, HaSeul takes it upon herself to support and look after her fellow members in a motherly manner. Not even the boundaries between dimensions can truly stop her from all looking after the rest of the girls. This is more evident with both YeoJin and ViVi, the latter especially as she is still getting use to not only life in Korea but in the Pantheon as well.
    • Most often seen with YeoJin, the two are often mistaken for sisters. However some have noted that the two have more of a mother/daughter relationship if anything else. Regardless, the pair are near inseparable and will put everything on the line to make sure the other is safe.
    • HaSeul's connection to birds led to her discovering the Hall of Birds, where she, along with fellow members KimLip, Yves and Chuu, ended up befriending most of the Deities there. In particular, the truly gigantic Anivia and Lugia. The two will sometimes give her rides through the Pantheon upon their backs, letting her soar above the clouds and feel the wind rush by. On one such flight, Peter Pan swooped in and offered to teach HaSeul how to fly on her own. She has yet to take up the offer but has been thinking about it.
    • Having studied abroad in Australia and the U.S.A., the latter under the alias of Jane, HaSeul is bilingual in Korean and English, making it easier to speak with the Pantheon's many english speaking deities. She's also shown to be trained in opera singing, a skill used whenever they're casted for theatrical productions.
    • Rumours have been circulating of a white-feathered, blonde, short-haired man resembling HaSeul wandering through the Hall of Ice and Cold. At first, some suspected she had been corrupted by the GUAE, until she was properly asked about it. Turns out that the strange person was actually an alternate version of HaSeul that she had pursued while in Iceland. Now with the knowledge of "his" arrival, HaSeul is planning on going to the frozen Hall and tracking the white stranger once and for all...provided she isn't subjugated to the curse once more.
  • Facts relating to YeoJin (Theme Music: Kiss Later)
    • The youngest of the group, not to mention the smallest, Yeojin often has to deal with being doted on by her fellow, older members. They treat her as the "littlest sister", and so when she got lost in the forest, the rest of LOOΠΔ 1/3 came together to go find her, leading to the group's final formation. Thankfully, they reunited and eventually led the rest of the gang up to the Pantheon.
    • YeoJin's boundlessly energetic personality, as well as her troublemaker streak, quickly landed her a special place among the revived Muppet cast, starring alongside Kermit's nephew Robin in a production of The Frog Prince. That said, she made it clear that a kiss will come when she's ready, not him. Robin's fine with it, though it did cause some stress for the rest of the cast, due to her ad-libbing her song into the show.
      • Her mischievousness also paired her up with Gonzo the Great and Rizzo the Rat, whose antics on the Muppet Show often add to the zaniness of each stunt.
    • Despite her designated colour being orange, she stays clear away from Larfleeze, who sees her as another threat to his possession of the Orange Light of Greed. Luckily, YeoJin knows better than to tangle with Agent Orange and sticks close by HaSeul and the Green Lantern Corps.
    • It turned out YeoJin keeps and raises pet snails in her dorm. As a result, SpongeBob SquarePants has approached her about taking care of his pet snail Gary whenever he's not in the Pantheon. Despite the apparent issues of raising an ocean-based mollusk on land, she accepted, and is more than happy to hang out with Gary after rehearsals. He makes a great companion, despite his gluttonous appetite and refusal to be bathed.
    • Most in the Pantheon have been warned not to call YeoJin a lentil bean, even if they mean it as a joke. She still views it as a pet peeve, and only allows her friends to call her that. Trollkaiger has pushed that button way too many times. It didn't end well.
  • Facts relating to ViVi (Theme Music: Everyday I Love You)
    • A mysterious arrival from Hong Kong and the oldest member of the team, the pink-haired ViVi has a unique disposition to her. She was originally a normal human being, but through unknown circumstances, was later converted into an android. Striving to make friends, her sudden appearance in Korea was the spark that united the earth based girls, and while she ran away in frustration after feeling isolated from the others, it eventually led to not only LOOΠΔ's final formation, but also to her being restored to her human self. Unfortunately, she goes back and forth between human and android while in the Pantheon. She's been trying to get help to control it but she's had no luck so far.
    • She's been seen going in the Hall of Language to work on her Korean, bringing HaSeul along to help out. In fact out of all her fellow teammates, ViVi's the closest with HaSeul, and often asks her to help interact with the Pantheon's other gods, including some of her own allies. However more often than not, the pair are joined by HeeJin, HyunJin, and YeoJin for some good ol' fashioned roller skating.
    • It was only natural that ViVi would befriend the Pantheon's resident deer, due to that being her spirit animal. Bambi immediately gravitated to her gentleness, even inviting his woodland friends to hang out when she comes to visit, and on very special occasions, she can seen interacting and even riding the Legendary Pokémon Xerneas. Both cervids treat her with respect and are surprisingly unfazed by her android nature. After all, the Pantheon is filled with strange and wonderful creatures, and every one is unique in their own way.
      • Should be noted though ViVi stays the hell away from the Daedric Prince, Hircine, not wanting anything to do with the rather disturbing stag-headed Prince of the Hunt. It's a feeling shared with her deer friends.
    • ViVi's transformation into an android toggled and just about wiped her human memories, making it difficult to figure out what her past was like. She often brings up a "boy in white" whom she was attracted to in the skateway. However, the House of Time and Space speculate this boy was actually Yves, suggesting ViVi may have visited Eden. The implications are strong but none of the others want to go too deep into it, fearing it might break the amnesic performer.
      • But that's the least of her worries. There are those in the Pantheon who not only want to corrupt ViVi for their own gains, but also fully robotize her in the process. Soundwave has plans on turning her into a Decepticon Pretender, whilst Sigma and Ultron strive to fully assimilate the former human into a mindless drone. This led though to a friendship with the A.I. Yui, who found a kindling spirit with ViVi.
    • ViVi's battery life is not very long, and often has to recharge to keep up with her friends. Because of this, The Hall of Technological Experts presented her with an on-the-go charger, which can be plugged into at any time.
  • Facts relating to Kim Lip (Theme Music: Eclipse)
    • The leader of ODD EYE CIRCLE, Kim Lip is something of a mystery. Not much is known about her past, but her arrival showcased the Mobius Strips' greater scope, with her being more keen on the more bizarre concepts. With JinSoul and Cheorry by her side - the latter being unwittingly responsible for Kim's Odd Eye activation, the trio strove to bring together the rest of the gang to complete LOOΠΔ.
    • As the owl is her spirit animal, it was only natural for Kim Lip to go out and befriend the Pantheon's resident owl deities. Unfortunately, the only ones she could find were Owl, Decidueye, and The Grand Duke of Owls. Out of the three, Kim prefers Decidueye the most, if only because she finds Owl to a Know-Nothing Know-It-All, though he means well. As for the Grand Duke? Well he did attempt to turn HaSeul and Chuu into cats and eat them, which immediately put him in Kim's bad books.
      • She attempted to meet with Athena, Greek goddess of Wisdom and whose patron animal is also an owl. Things didn't go so well, as Athena had her godly duties to attend to - as well as keeping Kratos in check. She did however present the ODD EYE CIRCLE leader a present; an egg, which later hatched into a shiny Hoothoot. Kim Lip wasn't sure what to make of it but after learning Ash Ketchum had a shiny Noctowlnote , with red wings to boot, she decided to give it a shot and raise the little bird.
    • From time to time, Kim Lip will go to the House of Space and Cosmos to observe the many eclipses happening around the planet. While she couldn't find a deity who represents eclipses, she did end up aquatinting herself with Tyrande Whisperwind, who has shown interest in the Odd Eyes, while staying away from the likes of David Zappa, who also has his eyes set on the Odd Eyes, but for more nefarious purposes.
    • Kim Lip is absolutely paranoid when it comes to the cleanliness and organization of her personal space, so much so that many deities who pass by their temple only to be showered by socks that were left out in the open. It's so bad actually that Eren Yeager has described her as a "blonde Levi". For her part, Kim Lip has been curious to meet Levi, mainly to see if the rumors surrounding him are true... the cleanliness part, not the strongest solider alive bit.
    • It's no hidden secret that Kim Lip is a poor catch, especially with apples. But one thing is for certain. It did lead to her face being broadcast throughout the Pantheon, much to her dismay but much to the entertainment of everyone else. She's speculated it to be Trollkaiger's work but they haven't stepped forward and of now.
  • Facts relating to JinSoul (Theme Music: Singing In The Rain)
    • JinSoul, the seventh girl revealed in LOOΠΔ, is a loner by nature, even more so than the rest of her team. While she possesses neither Kim Lip's leadership skills and Cheorry's unique abilities, JinSoul more than makes up for it by being "untouchably dangerous." Her Odd Eye was activated long before the latter two, despite being covered previously by a medical eyepatch, and has had several forays across the dimensions, encountering ViVi and Olivia Hye in the process. Her role in the grand scheme is still a mystery but it is wise to never underestimate her full power, even after helping in the group's final formation.
    • As her animal is a Betta fish, fitting for her independent personality, JinSoul likes to spend time by the seas surrounding the Hall of Aquatic Life. Here, she listens to the ebb and flow of the sea whilst watching its deities frolic in the surf. Some of these deities, like Ecco the Dolphin, Lapras, and the visiting Mermaid princess Ariel have offered to assist JinSoul with any problems she might have and even help make some friends. While thankful for the offer, she has yet to take it up, though this hasn't stopped her from coming to the shore and enjoying the sunsets.
    • Rumour has it that JinSoul committed a sin which led to her original imprisonment, before of course being freed following her Odd Eye's activation. The House of Law and Justice has done some extensive investigation and have suggested it may have to do with "Swallowing the Sun." Ever since then, they've kept a close eye on her, just in case she decides to pull off such a stunt.
    • JinSoul at one point referred to the elven archer Legolas accidentally as Jingolas, in regards to their similar hair styles. Ever since then he has not let her forget it, with his dwarf friend Gimli even referring to JinSoul by that name from time to time. Of course, it's all in good fun and admittedly, both found the nickname pretty funny.
      • Unfortunately, Trollkaiger quickly caught wind of the name, and used it as part of the Pantheon's annual Holiday pageant, as part of a "Jingle Bells" parody song. While it definitely got plenty of laughs, JinSoul wasn't at all impressed.
    • On her downtime, JinSoul will go on her own and record her journeys for others to view; a hobby she picked up from fellow member Go Won. She's recorded three such adventures so far and with the reception being positive, she hoping to make more.
  • Facts relating to Choerry (Theme Music: Love Cherry Motion)
    • Once a normal girl, Choerry is the youngest and arguably the most powerful ODD EYE CIRCLE member. After eating a cherry left on a chocolate cake, she gained the ability to traverse to other worlds at an even greater degree than her fellow members. In fact, that particular cherry was intentionally left there by JinSoul, who had planned beforehand in preparation for Choerry's encounter with Kim Lip. Her newfound powers ended up proving essential to gathering up the other girls, and together, ODD EYE CIRCLE did just that.
    • Choerry is on good terms with the Pantheon's many bat deities, due in part to her spirit animal being a fruit bat. Among them is Batty Koda, whose antenna often flickers to her music whenever she passes by or visits. As well, Rouge the bat has shown to at least respect the young human and her abilities. As for the Cape Crusader himself? He keeps his distance but occasionally swoops in to stop Gotham's Rogues Gallery from getting their hands on Choerry and her Odd Eye.
      • Despite this love for bats, Choerry stays clear of Antasma, who also has plans on using her Odd Eye for his own nefarious purposes.
    • Choerry is well known throughout the Pantheon for her positive outlook on life and overall cheerful personality... Almost too cheerful to some. Nevertheless, her desire to make friends in the Pantheon has led to some rather interesting encounters; such as making friends with the notorious Ghost/Fairy type Mimikyu, despite its infamous reputation and even meeting the famous Kamen Rider Gentaro Kisaragi. All three sometimes get together to watch movies and help with events in the House of Theatre and Spectacle. Mimikyu also likes to decorate Cheorry's journal too when it gets the chance.
    • There are few things that Choerry dislikes, and two of those things are bugs and thunder; the former being irritating and distracting when she needs to use her Odd Eye and the latter? Well, there's a good reason why she avoids the Hall of Electricity for a reason. When the storms roll in, she's usually the first to tuck tail and run back to her temple, hiding under the sheets till things clear up.
    • Whenever out on the town, which is very often as she loves to meet new people, Choerry prefers to be called by her real name Choi Yerim rather than her stage name. This is partly because of her dislike for the taste of cherries, and partly because it just more comfortable. Then again, it still beats the hell out of being called Charles.
  • Facts relating to Yves (Theme Music: new)
    • Where does one start with Yves? Well there's plenty to take in but let us start with the basics. The leader of yyxy, she and her fellow members resided in the realm known as Eden, living in a comfortable paradise while watched over and tutored by a strict master. However, all that changed when Yves found an apple and, seeking to discover her own identity, took a bite out of it. With the apple exposing her to the truth, the rebellious and somewhat curious woman convinced her companions to leave Eden and seek out their true selves, taking Chuu and Go Won along with her.
    • Yves sees herself as an Ugly Duckling of sorts; once considering herself to be ugly until she discovered the true beauty within. As such, she choose the swan to be her spirit animal, going so far as to befriend the Swan Princess Odette and trying to help others discover their own inner beauty. She also enjoys reading to the kids residing in the House of Childhood and Adolescence, sometimes teasing them in the process. It's never out of malice though, as Yves dotes over the children as a mother does...
      • ... and she does with Chuu too but that will be discussed soon enough.
    • As it turns out, Yves is the most skilled dancer in the group, having gone through extensive training in vocal and choreography. Whenever LOOΠΔ is having trouble on the dance floor, they send her out to show the competition how it's done. They usually are too much in awe to continue, at least the amateur dancers. She did however catch the attention of the Bard of Avon-Stratford, who asked Yves to try out for a interpretive dance rendition of his Soliloquies. Yves accepted and has begun work perfecting her moves.
    • The fanatical members in the House of Religion and Faith aren't exactly big fans of Yves or her team, mainly due to the whole "eating the forbidden fruit and leaving Eden" thing. Major figures such as Seymour Guado, Leopold Goenitz, Judge Frollo and Shekinah quickly opposed yyxy, threatening to deliver "divine justice" onto them for committing the ultimate sin, but the good-aligned deities in the House, like Sailor Mars, Erica Fontaine, and even Alexander Anderson leaping to their defence, stating that the eating of their respective fruits wasn't seen as a sin, rather an awakening to their true selves. Even since, Yves keeps a watchful eye out of any religious fanatic wanting to burn her or her friends at the stake.
    • Yes it is a well-known fact that Yves is incredibly charming. So charming in fact that Even the Girls Want Her. Every time she passes by the Hall of Romantic Orientation, she has eyes gazing out the temples and watching her every step of the way. Some, like Lissa and Maribelle, Soleil, Lexa, and even Tsukuyomi can't help but be in awe of Yves' presence. But then they quickly avert their gaze whenever Yves looks back.
      • To be fair, Yves doesn't seem to mind it all that much.
  • Facts relating to Chuu (Theme Music: Heart Attack)
    • Chuu was the second member of yyxy to leave Eden, following Yves out almost without question. Some may attribute this to manupulation but the truth is Chuu has an absolute crush on her leader. So much so she attempted to emulate Yves style and mannerisms while trying to win her heart and affection. Even after the gang left Eden, Chuu continues to stay by Yves' side, and is often the first person to defend her from opposition.
      • Some in the Pantheon were quick to make comparisons between her and Pepé le Pew, due to both being incredibly persistent stalkers. But that in of itself is rather inaccurate; Chuu only has eyes on Yves. Pepé on the other hand goes for anything as long as it's black and white.
    • Due to her spirit animal being a penguin, it was only natural that Chuu befriended the Pantheon's penguins. Hubie and Rocko find her personality rather magnetic note  while the Penguins of Madagascar always treat her with the utmost respect. At the same time, Misato Katsuragi has approached Chuu about taking care of her own penguin, Pen-Pen, which the LOOΠΔ member accepted almost immediately; the pair sometimes watching movies at the crack of dawn much to the others' annoyance. True, the temple tends to smell like fish and guano after prolonged visits but as long as Chuu is having fun then everything is worth it.
    • Bubbly, optimistic, and extremely friendly - with a wide smile and prone to sporadic activities - Chuu truly has a heart of gold, and aspires to interact with any god she can meet. The aforementioned deities in the Hall of Romantic Orientation have stepped in to try and give her tips on how to win Yves' heart, finding kinsman-ship with another Lipstick Lesbian. She's taken their advice to heart and is trying harder to win her leader's affection.
    • As it turns out, Chuu is the creator of a hand gesture known as the "Chuu Heart", which involves chomping down on a open hand to create a heart. After seeing it performed before a live audience, usage of the Chuu heart skyrocketed across the Pantheon. The gang doesn't seem to mind at all. After all, they loved to do it as well.
    • Rumours persist of Chuu attending a dating course to improve her relationship skills. She's denied having taking any classes, but still finds the universe to be rather interesting.
  • Facts relating to Go Won (Theme Music: One And Only)
    • Go Won is the odd one out among yyxy, and not just because her blonde hair sticks out like a sore thumb. Unlike Yves and Chuu who happily left Eden to discover themselves, Go Won was more hesitant, faltering over leaving Olivia Hye, whom she was closer to, behind. But like the butterfly that represents her, she went through a metamorphosis; from suppressing her true self, to finally embracing and accepting it. Still, she is uncertain of both abandoning Eden and of the Pantheon she and the others entered.
    • Go Won's spirit animal is a Peleides blue morpho butterfly; the only hexapod seen among the members. As a result, she was in awe of the Pantheon's resident insect population, with her personal favourites being Mothra and Mothra Leo. Ironically, she actually dislikes bugs but has been seen visiting the Hall of Insects to assist Sig and Agitha in their bug catching expeditions. It's how Go Won came to oppose Queen Sectonia, Megagurius, The Radiance, Swarm, the Terraformars, and the Lord of flies himself, Beelzebub. Needless to say, she doesn't want to be anywhere near those bugs.
      • She also doesn't like it when people kick her bed to wake her up... but they still do it anyway.
    • Turns out Go Won's distinctive hair wasn't always like that. When she resided in Eden, it was actually black, along with her clothing. Only after she ate her forbidden fruit - a pineapple - did she transform into her more recognizable white and gold appearance. The Hall of Hair Color were a little confused over how a pineapple could achieve such a feat
    • She can sometimes be found in her home temple, playing Nintendo games alongside Chuu and any Nintendo character passing through. Mario has actually invited her and the others to participate in some good old fashioned Mario Party. Unfortunately, they had to decline, as they didn't want to risk their lives playing a potentially life-threatening board game.
      • Interestingly, another love Go Won has is The Hunger Games. This came as a surprise to Katniss Everdeen, who never thought an idol would ever be interested in reading about the horrors she endured in and out of the arena. The two have met and while their initials interactions have been awkward, the Girl on Fire can't help but be amazed by Go Won's enthusiasm and also be reminded of her own sister Primrose.
    • As mentioned with JinSoul, Go Won has gone on several adventures along side Olivia Hye, chronicling them for others to watch and enjoy. So far, they've made four such experiences, with the pair primarily visiting Iceland for... "business" purposes.
  • Facts relating to Olivia Hye (Theme Music: Egoist)
    • At first, many in the Pantheon assumed that Olivia Hye was one of the oldest members, due in part to her height.note  She isn't. She's the second youngest after YeoJin and the only member of yyxy to not join Yves in leaving Eden. Not brave enough to eat the Forbidden fruitnote  the first time around, Olivia eventually gave in and tried to follow them, only to get lost and become consumed by anger. She knew full well of Yves' plan and decided to destroy the "new world" out of resentment over being abandoned by Yves. Eventually though, things cleared up and Olivia is more willing to work with her old friends during shows. Still a bit wary of Yves but progress is still progress.
    • She gets along well with the Pantheon's resident wolf population, due to that being her spirit animal. She's been seen playing with Chibiterasu when Ammy isn't around and she's even interacted with Ghost, Jon Snow's pet direwolf. It also helps that she befriended humans who were Raised by Wolves, particularly Mowgli and San. The Man-Cub is more friendly to Olivia, trying to help her out with enjoying all the sights the Pantheon has to offer. San, on the other hand, has been trying to help Olivia get over her anger and abandonment issues. Or in Ashitaka's words, to see with eyes unclouded by hate. Admittedly, their friendship may have something to do with Olivia dressing up as San during a Studio Ghibli costume night.
      • San's own wolf mother Moro manages to tolerate Olivia Hye, even though the humans' prior history caused the goddess' hair to stand on end. But still, any friend of Sans' could be a friend of Moros'... provided Olivia doesn't do anything to harm her.
    • Olivia Hyes' rage tends to manifest from time to time in the form of piercing red eyes that cut through the darkness. This came about once she accepted her true self and fell from Eden in pursuit of Yves. Most in the Pantheon were quick to realize the potential danger. So it should be noted; should one encounter a young woman wandering through the shadows and see a red glow emanating from her eyes... run.
    • Olivia loves being in the dark, so much so that she enjoys going to the Hall of Darkness and Shadow for some time away from the group. It was there she befriended Midna, the Twilight Princess, who found the K-Pop performer rather intriguing and decided to be her guide through the Hall. From there, the pair formed a close bond, with Olivia sometimes going to Midna for advice or just to showcase her dance moves in between practice. Olivia also introduced her close friend Go Won to Midna and all three team up to perform experimental shows in the House of Theatre & Spectacle; all of them being themed around darkness and light.
    • Even with her glowing demon eyes, even with her bottled-up rage and Fallen Angel status, there are still two known weaknesses that one can exploit against Olivia Hye. The first, dandelions, which is especially true in Spring, and the second...Massages. Turns out she's incredibly ticklish, and while nobody really wants to try out the latter - being content with the former to mess around with her - the thought is still there.
      • One time, Olivia and the other members of yyxy took a Student for a Day course at Hogwarts, with Chuu trying her hand at some spells on Go Won. Suffice to say, Olivia was not impressed.
  • "Fly like a butterfly."


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