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Character Types, Attributes And Other Characterization

The House of Characterization was built to deal with the overcrowded state of the House of Narrative. It is one of the more mundane houses, being a massive flat surrounded by a garden for the occupants' relaxation. Most gods there are concerned about other houses' activities, rather than their own. The internal drama from the residents is a lot more interesting, however.

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There's a conference room for the residents, whom by house rules must behave there or they'll be forced out for some time. The social medial and blogging community in the Trope Pantheon is most concentrated here.



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The Representatives of Characterization

    Carl Jung 
Carl Gustav Jung, God of Archetypes (Karl)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: Jung's Map of Twelve Common Archetypes
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Jungian Concepts Including Archetypal Character, Shadow Archetype, Symbols, Concept of Collective Unconscious, Codified Extraversion-Introversion Duality, Intuition
  • Domains: Psychology, Archetype, Shadow, Collective Consciousness
  • Rivals: Sigmund Freud
  • Clients: Many Persona users
  • Carl Jung, a psychologist from Switzerland, who became influential in psychology for his school of psychotherapy: Analytical Psychology. His idea was how the human are always bound by the Collective Unconscious which holds archetypes and universal symbols, and how human would develop a balance of the conscious and the unconscious and become true individuals or "selves".
    • Since his ascension, he is open for any sessions on psychotherapy, human or monsters. Heroes or villains. Mortals or immortals. Anything of all shapes, sizes, age, etc.
  • He views his own ascension as not a literal ascension from the mortal world, but more of the growth of personal individuality, or finding a "self" as a different individual in a different world. Finding and understanding the true "self" of other is part of his theories, you know.
  • Due to the influence of Philemon and Nyarlathotep, he found that his research has reached its pinnacle as Personas and Shadows exist as physical manifestation of human minds and emotions. He even described Philemon as the "wise spirit guide" in his research. Philemon have noted that he is capable of becoming a Persona-user himself since he has yet to understand his true potential.
    • He has open up many personal appointments with many Persona-users in order to do further research and understanding on Personas and Shadows.
    • He even considered investigating the Midnight Channel for analysis on the Shadows created by the denial of the truth and reality, though he is warned by the Investigation Team that he should never venture in there without them until he awakens his own Persona first. He has taken that into account.
    • That said, Igor apparently claims that Jung was actually one of the original Persona-Users. That's certainly not the case for this one, but in case he's turned out to have forgotten during his ascension process, Jung is prepared to take the trip if need be.
  • He makes routine appointments at the House of Character Archetypes, given that his doctrine revolves around archetypes and universal symbols.
  • He found deities from various mythologies in the Pantheon fascinating as he found connections of various deities from archetypes. For example, he connect Odin and Merlin with the Wise Old Man archetype. He found mythology to be fascinating as he believe that all mythology are part of human unconsciousness to explain the unknown and has similar patterns within their mythos.
    • According to Jung, he defined twelve primary types of human personality and motivations: The Innocent, the Everyman, the Hero, the Caregiver, the Explorer, the Rebel, the Lover, the Creator, the Jester, the Sage, the Magician, and the Ruler. The whole reason he is quite intrigued with the Pantheon because of many people of different "selves" and motivations that may prove or disprove his theories and wish to further understand the Pantheon around him.
  • Both he and Sigmund Freud had a quarrel in the past due to Jung emphasizing myth and religions into his studies, in which Freud believes enables neurosis. Freud himself is an atheist and he regard religion as a flight from dealing with real problems. Since then, they made boundaries so that they never interfere with each other work.

    Impa 
Impa, Goddess of Legacy Characters (Sage of Shadow, Servant of the Goddess, Agent of the Goddess, General Impa)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: The Sheikah Eye symbol
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Member of the Sheikah, the shadow tribe, Undying Loyalty to Zelda, Last Known Member of the Sheikah, Ms. Exposition, Zelda's Nursemaid
  • Domains: Legacy, Shadow, Incarnation
  • Allies: Princess Zelda, Link, Lana, Midna, Fi, Ryu Hayabusa, Kasumi, Ayane, Alfred
  • Enemies: Ganondorf, Ghiraham, Demise, Cia, Zant, King Boo, Sadako Yamamura, Gengar, Shredder
  • Impa is a name associated with the woman of the Sheikah Tribe, a mysterious tribe who guarded the Royal Family of Hyrule (or more specifically, the Goddess Hylia). These incarnation of Impa has only one important purpose: to protect Princess Zelda and she intent to do so from any dangers.
  • Impa is constantly different from every incarnation, much like how Link, Zelda, and Ganondorf. Her appearance, as one can see, can differ in age, size, and method of mentorship, even as a large, fat woman. However, there are two archetypes that are consistent in her role of guardianship: one as a young warrior who will fight for her liege, and the other as an old mentor and nursemaid who leads through wisdom.
  • As her name is passed down from the Sheikah Tribe and given to women who would be given the purpose of protecting Princess Zelda, she is found to be a more suitable to this purpose of legacy than the Phantom, where he takes up the legacy to the point of being mistaken as "immortal."
  • Strangely, as she ascended in the Pantheon to guard her lady, many Gossip Stones sprung from the ground everywhere in the Pantheon. As she is the only known deity to understanding the Stones due to owning a Mask of Truth, she knows the secret and information of the Pantheon and some of the deities.
  • It is said that she made Zelda an honorary member of the Sheikah as Zelda assumed the identity of Sheik in order to hide from Ganondorf in his seven-year reign of terror.
  • Impa respects Alfred Pennysworth due to his loyalty and servitude to Bruce Wayne, much like her servitude to Princess Zelda.
  • Due to her training as a warrior resemble that of ninjas, she earned some respect by many ninja in such. Though she doesn't respect to evil ninjas as she had to deal with a splinter faction known as the Yiga Clan who sided with Ganon and betrayed their loyalty to the Goddess.
  • Due to the reclusive nature of her tribe, much of her culture and past is left in the shadows. It is only through some word of mouth that her people used to be an advanced civilization until they were feared by the people of Hyrule which forced them to abandoned them. Despite this, Impa expected the people would both feared and be tempted by the power and dependence of the technology, much like the Triforce.
  • Impa has been in charge of dealing with evil spirits as she once sealed away Bongo Bongo in the bottom of the Kakariko Village's well. With that said, she is more likely going to destroy them as they are proven to be too powerful for simple sealing. Considering that her village is near the Shadow Temple which hosts many evil spirits and the undead, she is not taking any chances with the dead in the Pantheon.
    • It is said that her people honored the dead as her village's graveyard is the resting place of many loyal citizens, the Royal Family of Hyrule, many Sheikahs, and even the Zora King. Her people would watch the spirits of the dead, even in their eternal slumber, making it clear that she is vigilant of spirit that may cause harm to the living.

    Muzét 
Muzét, Goddess of Satellite Characters (Musee)
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Ambiguous Rank

    Keel Lorenz 
Keel Lorenz, God of Important Tertiary Characters and Divine Head of the Omniscient Council of Vagueness
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