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Intermediate Gods

    Chloe von Einzbern 
Chloe von Einzbern, Goddess of Fille Fatales (Shadow Illya, Archer Illya, Kuro, Serial Kisser, Archer-ko, Loli Yuri Rapist, Archer)
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  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: The Archer class card with Kanshou & Bakuya crossed behind it
  • Theme Song: Shoujo Shinka! (shared with Illya), Shoujo yo, Hoshi ni Nare (when using Triple-Linked Crane Wings)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good with uncomfortable moments of Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Anti-Hero, Archer Archetype, Cloning Blues, Dark Magical Girl, Manifestation of Illya's Dark Desires, Badass Adorable, Artificial Human, Knows More About Sex Than Girls Her Age Should, Walking Spoiler, Stealing Sacred First Kisses
  • Domains: Magic, Clones, Lust
  • Allies: Illyasviel von Einzbern, Archer, Kiritsugu Emiya, Shirou Emiya, Rin Tohsaka, Miyu Edelfelt, Greed, Haruto Soma/Kamen Rider Wizard
  • Enemies: Artoria Pendragon Alter, Gilgamesh, Kirei Kotomine, Father, Pride, Lust, Ryoma Sengoku/Kamen Rider Duke, Mordred
  • Opposed by: Mirai, Nepgear, Oriko Mikuni, and Erza Scarlet
  • One day, a sudden commotion happened in the Pantheon: Illya suddenly found herself attacked by Mirai, Nepgear, and Oriko Mikuni, all of whom clam that Illya stole kisses from them out of the blue. Even worse, the chaos was joined by Erza Scarlet who looked very gloomy, calming that she had been saving herself for Jellal. Before things got out of hand, Chloe was discovered in the Pantheon and revealed to be the one responsible for embarrassing the four girls, not Illya.
  • Chloe is considered to be the shadow of Illya's heart given physical form. She attacked and attempted to kill Illya who she blamed for her abandonment, which was what Illya herself attempted to do to Shirou long ago. Also like Illya's old self, she knows a lot of things about sex and steamy romance, something very alarming for someone her age. This could be the reason why Illya and Chloe are close like sisters, although Chloe does seem to want to fight Illya again.
  • The Pantheon would really like Chloe to wear one of Haruto Soma's rings which would allow her to gain mana easily without going on another serial kissing spree. Chloe declined, stating that its too much fun and Illya shares mana with her anyway. The Main House allowed this, under the condition that they do it in the House of Love with no one watching (a lot of people try to, though).
  • Under Illya's request, Chloe is not allowed to work in the House of Food. This is because her methods of bringing in customers are rather... risque.
  • Saber Alter was FURIOUS upon learning that Chloe was in the Pantheon, remembering her defeat at Chloe's hands all to easily. She has been seen taking extended training sessions in her temple in preparation for the inevitable rematch.
  • Like Miyu, Chloe was very much surprised to find that the Gilgamesh in the Pantheon was arrogant and antagonistic towards Illya, not only for being the vessel of the Holy Grail, but for also being the very first in the Nasuverse to defeat him when he decided to stop holding back. She wound up making an enemy out of him as well. Not only does she look like Illya, but she also possesses Illya's capacity for magic.
  • There are many who actually mistake Chloe as the younger sister of Archer (which isn't completely untrue) due to having several similar traits as him; e.g. tan skin, pale/pinkish hair, cynical nature, preference to act independently, and being a total badass. Archer himself has taken a liking to Chloe and has been seen training with her. "The Triple-Linked Crane Wings are just as much her technique as it is mine," he was quoted as saying.
  • She, along with Illya, has been under the watching eye of Ryoma Sengoku, who has been analyzing their battle data to upgrade his Lockseeds. It doesn't take a genius to know that Chloe hates him as much as Illya does.
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Lesser Gods

    Karen Minazuki/Cure Aqua 
Karen Minazuki, Goddess of Wealth-Induced Loneliness (Cure Aqua, Babaa)
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Cure Aqua (GoGo!) 
  • Lesser Goddess (as of GoGo!, she is an Intermediate Goddess)
  • Symbols: A miniature version of her Big Fancy House with the Aqua Pinky Catch at the center
  • Theme Songs: Karen's Theme, Heavenly Blue(Lyrics here)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Water Magic, Student Council President, Ridiculously Rich Girls (With Hugeass House To Boot) That Are Lonely, Intelligence, Defrosted Ice Queen, Early Adventure Rebuff, Precure Sapphire Arrow, Graceful Magical Girl Warrior, Medical Studies
  • Domains: Emotion, Healing, Magic, Combat
  • Allies: All the Pretty Cures (preferably the Yes! ones), Mami Tomoe, Aquaman, Percy Jackson, Unohana Retsu, Litchi Faye-Ling, Mordin Solus, Charlotte LaBouff, Shiro Kazami/Kamen Rider V3, Jay Gatsby
  • Respects: Kyoichiro Kuroi/Kamen Rider 3 (formerly being Opposed by Karen)
  • Enemies: Bernkastel, Yuuki Terumi, Handsome Jack, Ryoma Sengoku/Kamen Rider Duke, Eliza and Neil Reagan, Looten Plunder
  • Conflicting Opinion: Chosokabe Motochika (is actually close friends with the shamisen-player Koei version)
  • Although she was personally not very lonely at all, Karen's past experience as a lonely soul enabled her to be elevated in the ranks of the Pantheon on the recommendation of Nagisa and Honoka (ontop of helping defeat the Nightmare and Eternal group). Karen's job is to soothe the loneliness of those who are rich and hopefully make them get past it by getting friends. She'll offer as the first friend too.
    • Her entrance was a little rocky as well. She thought she received the invitation to the Pantheon itself. When she approached the gates of the Pantheon, she was instead refused and booted out, as it was said that the invitation was fake, sending Karen into depression. The Yes! Cures still in mortal realm encouraged her to keep trying, and the Pantheon found out that the fake invitation was the machination of Terumi to Troll her with lines like "Forever Alone" after learning what she would achieve. After difficulties were taken care of, Karen was finally permitted.
  • She knew one day this would come to an end, but Karen is the first Yes! Cure to ever embrace the proper Pantheon. She eagerly waits that she won't be the only one (Considering that Rin Natsuki and Komachi Akimoto have been spotted in the Academy). Before that, she would content herself with the new friends she made in the Pantheon.
  • She excels in medical studies. She learned a lot from various Gods that knew the arts of healing and respected them all, but Karen mostly favored and hung around with Litchi Faye-Ling a lot, as not only she was the one who helped solve the difficulty of her entrance at first (along with Mami Tomoe), Karen considered her like a substitute mother figure considering her mortal mother (that she still loved and respected) rarely visit her.
    • During spare times, she tends to lock herself inside a room and held on her hand a spare Miracle Light she found, occasionally waving at it with hope. A lot thought it was because she's getting lonely herself, but in truth she's praying for a miracle, secretly sharing the item with other Precures that share her sentiments, so that everything will go well with Litchi's questionable status. Karen is unsure if this will surely fix things, but she felt that she has to try regardless.
  • Whenever she enters the Food Pantheon and leaves it, you can be assured that they will lose at least one bottle of grape juice.
  • Although it wasn't uttered often, calling Karen 'Babaa' is not recommended, she's not too pleased with it.
  • Has a personal horse named Charlie, who may not be as great as Koku-Oh, but Karen deeply cared for the horse, and the horse often came to her as her stead in battle. Naturally, she didn't take it well when Handsome Jack called the name 'lame' and offers to rename it as 'Butt Stallion II', causing Karen to flood him away.
  • Her house is amongst the biggest and fanciest in the Pantheon.
  • Contrary to her portfolio, Karen understood that the House of Commerce aren't always problematic. But she does understand that it tends to make several lonely people because of their immense wealth, that's where she comes in. In a way, it makes her similar to Yuri Tsukikage, fixing the problems her portfolio represents.
    • Though she does keep an eye against Looten Plunder, as his selfish motivations for richness are really promoting things Karen stood against. Not to mention, she along with her friends have fought not just one, but two evil world-destroying corporates.
    • She ran into Charlotte Labouf during one of her trips and the two got along splendidly over gumbo, beignets and fairy tales. Charlotte truly supports Karen's goals in helping lonely girls to obtain friends and is wiling to work with alongside her.
  • She also discovered Litchi's secret of getting drunk when no one's looking. Although she got her to agree not to drink, Karen got roped into playing 'dress ups'. While she agreed, she's secretly thinking of how to come up with a cute dress that fit Litchi's size without flaunting her wealth... something that she's contacting Charlotte for help.
  • She had a nightmare of Litchi leaving her and going back to her old obsessed self, leaving her in complete depression like she did when she was stuck in a Nightmare Mask. Fortunately, the nightmare was broken when Litchi woke her up and told her that she managed to redeem herself and is welcomed back amongst the proper Pantheon. Karen has nothing to say but a congratulations.
    • Is... less than fond of the ascension of Arakune due to the fact that she remembers from her nightmares that he was the reason why Ms. Litchi left her and had to work for the bad guys. Despite that, she respect Litchi's decisions regarding him and will help her cure him if possible, thus she wouldn't exactly 'oppose' him, but merely drive him away without killing him when he wreaks havoc.
    • Eventually, these feelings would thrust her head on into the Morality Civil War, with her being one of Litchi's most steadfast friend and defender, to the point that she harbored intense dislike to Kokonoe Mercury for brushing off Litchi without even caring about her conditions and claiming that her idea is the best idea to deal with Litchi. This is to the point that Karen started getting creeped out that she found herself edging with the slippery slope against Kokonoe…
    • By the end of it, the War ended and the Pantheon has given official statement that Litchi was to be forgiven. Karen was one of the first beings to wait at Litchi's house and gave her a hug, along with others.
  • Akin to another Pretty Cure member, it seems nowadays Karen has befriended another historical figure: Chousokabe Motochika (the shamisen-player, mind you). When they've first met, Motochika was strumming his shamisen in peace, and Karen was attracted to his music due to being well-aware of fine talent in that field. He then talked with her for a while about their water motifs, and played her a song of some sort regarding his stance in life. It touched her, especially with their possible ways to relate to each other somewhat.
    • When Karen was shocked to find out that he was the Chousokabe Motochika, ruler of Shikoku, she was at a loss for words. But in the end, they ended up as close friends.
  • Can also be found in Poverty and Riches.

    Tiny Tina 
Tiny Tina, Goddess of Kids Who Say the Darnedest Things (World's Deadliest 13 Year Old, Lady Tina of Blowupyourfaceheim, Bunker Master)
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  • Lesser Goddess (When she is Bunker Master, she jumps to Greater status)
  • Symbol: A bundle of dynamite with a lit fuse strapped to a white plush bunny.
  • Theme Song: Her own rendition of Pop Goes the Weasel (Warning: Do not play near Curly Howard!)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with Good leanings at times.
  • Portfolio: 13 year old explosives expert who loves her craft too much, unbecoming speech for a minor alternating between African American and upper-class British mannerisms, Cloudcuckoolander, Cute and Psycho , massive trauma masked by her silly disposition
  • Domains: Explosives, Silliness, Speech, Trauma
  • Followers: Hit Girl, Huey & Riley Freeman, Cindy McPhearson, many South Park kids
  • Allies: Roland and the Crimson Raiders, Marcus Kincaid, Tavish DeGroot, The Heavy Weapons Guy, Gary Gygax & Dave Arneson, Alice Liddell, Peacock, Saxton Hale, Garfield, Frank West, Carl & Ada Clover,The Mane Six (minus Rarity), Aran Ryan, Cassie Cage, Mafalda, Ellie.
  • Frequent Customers: KND Sector V, The Boss of the 3rd Street Saints, The Capers, Tommy Vercetti, Huang Lee, Sly Cooper, Vito Corleone
  • Enemies: Handsome Jack, B.B. Hood, Jinx, the Rabbit of Caerbannog, all evil gods in the House of Family, Dr. Bumby
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Mad Moxxi, Claptrap, Bloody Marie
  • One day, Jack found at the foot of the doors to his Temple a small plush rabbit. Thinking it fun to toss the doll to the Gray Goo, he touched it. The second he did, a music box rendition of "Pop Goes The Weasel" began to play. When it reached the “pop”, a loud ring came from the rabbit as it began to vibrate. A loud explosion and rumble later, a smoking crater was all that was left of the front of Jack’s temple and the Hyperion exec was right in the center of it. Clothes tattered and singed and his mask slightly crooked from the explosion. From afar, a little girl’s voice sang the final line: "...goes the bandit!" Tiny Tina had arrived.
  • One of her personality quirks is the fact that she talks about things no ordinary child should say. As one deity put it, her manner of speech is “one half raving loony, one half psycho pimp and all bonkers in between”. She’s looking for whoever said that to invite them to a special tea party.
    • She gets along extremely well with Osaka and Radical Ed. Osaka being one of the few she could have “interesting conversations” with, and Ed, whom Tina has been referred to as a demolitions expert version of the hacker. She personally calls them her “main squeezes”.
  • The Demoman is happy to see someone so crazy and young taking up the demolitionist mantle. As he once put it, “Brings a tear ta me only eye seein’ a wee one like that lass send many a bandit ta Hell an’ beyond. Still, I ain’t givin ‘er me Scrumpy!”
    • She also likes to hang around the Heavy as she reminds him of Brick. The Heavy doesn’t know what she’s talking about.
  • To the surprise of many, she actually gets along with the Progenitors, of all people. Masters Gygax & Arneson claim they love her unpredictable role-play sessions and give her the chance of being Dungeon Master every time they all get together. Of course, Tina insists of calling the game Bunkers & Badasses and calling herself Bunker Master. This gives her the rare honor of being one of the few lesser deities to openly come and go to the Main House as much as she pleases. A friend with the Progenitors. The entire Council of Shadows is sweating heavily at this development.
  • As she is considered to be quite a good demolitionist (as long as you can put up with her quirky speech, innuendos and childish attitude), many of the pantheon’s groups have need of her services. These include the Kids Next Door(despite Numbuh Three’s pleading for her not to use stuffed bunnies as bombs), both groups of Capers, the 3rd Street Saints(since she has a crush on Johnny Gat), the Vercetti Gang, Hotel Moscow (even though Balalaika thinks the girl is far too crazy for her own tastes), the Liberty City Triads, the Cooper Gang (Murray has introduced her to the joys of chocolate-chip pizzas) and the Corleone Family(whom Michael always brings some cannoli to eat aside from crumpets even if she ends up throwing them away), whom are all frequent customers.
  • She is great friends with Saxton Hale, even though she refers to him often as "Mr. Torgue". Saxton has heard of him and wishes to someday test his might against the former exec.
  • Another unique friend of hers is Garfield. Though the two are as different as can be, they both unite under one common foe: RAISIN COOKIES!! The fat cat is all too glad to push the plunger on any box, package, container, jar and vending machine that sells the hated oatmeal menace which Tina places explosives around.
  • Tina also has a great friend with Peacock, as they are both the same age, share violent cloudcuckoolander tendencies, have unbecoming youth speech, and have painful pasts. When they aren’t out causing havoc against their enemies, the two are often seen having wild tea parties alongside Alice Liddell in either one of the three’s temples. Tina loves being around Peacock’s assist gang, especially Lenny and George, even though the two only have eyes for Tina’s friend Princess Fluffybutt.
    • Peacock once introduced her to her friend, Marie. After Tina complimented her in her usual style, Marie merely looked at her with a cross expression and asked if she ever had dealings with any House of Crime deities, especially those from the mob. Before Tina could reply, Marie merely said that because Tina also has a horrible painful past which Marie also shares mutually with both her and Patricia, she’d let her live despite her business dealings with her hated enemies. Tina sobered up but stopped short of cursing her less she offends Peacock. Still, she tries to stay as far away from Marie as she can.
  • Once had Carl and Ada visit her temple, as he was curious about her reputation. Tina saluted him in her usual style and Carl was immediately shocked with what to reply back and thought he made a mistake visiting her. That doubt quickly vanished as she complimented Ada on being a “fine-ass damsel” and Carl was glad to have someone call her something other than Nirvana or not human. Tina, however, did not know Ada was indeed human, but played along for Carl’s sake. After later learning of his own past, Tina secretly made a resolution to help him when she could (in her own way of course).
  • She was shocked when she first met Rarity alongside the rest of the Mane Six, calling her “Butt Stallion”. Again, Rarity got very offended and was prepared to gore her with her horn, only for Twilight Sparkle to hold her down with her magic. Tina immediately hugged each of the ponies and they were surprised by her sudden change of attitude. Even though Rarity was still upset by her insult, the Mane Six agreed to be friends with her. Even more so after Twilight eventually found out Tina’s past.
  • Of all the people she's met, she places Roland as her #1. Naturally, she was crushed when he was killed by Jack. She soon formulated a plan that involved calling in favors from the Progenitors, the Rat Talisman and Roland's statue to get him back and allow the Raiders to join the Pantheon. It worked.
  • Apparently, Tina found company in Cassie Cage. It's her idea or Cassie sounds exactly like her in an "adult tone". Neverthless enough, both will fight against the other alliances and send them the message that "they got Caged!".

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Demigods

    Butters Stotch 
Leopold "Butters" Stotch, God of Kiddie Kids (Butters, Professor Chaos, Butters the Merciful, Marjorine, Mantequilla, Boy With Balls on His Chin, Victor Chouce/Chaos)
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    Dennis the Menace 
Dennis Mitchell, God of Precocious Troublemakers (Dennis the Menace)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A slingshot superimposed over a broken window
  • Theme Song: The theme song of the Dennis the Menace cartoon
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Bratty Half-Pint With Slingshots, Boys Made in America, Having Sense of Curiousity, Hating Baths, Those Who Drop Into Others' Homes at Random
  • Domains: Mischief, Curiosity, Troublemaking, Children
  • Heralds: Henry and Alice Mitchell (his parents), Ruff (his pet dog), Joey McDonald (his best friend)
  • Followers: Junior Healy and Trixie Young
  • Allies: Ned Bigby, Phineas Flynn, Jar Jar Binks, Kevin McCallister, Stitch, Jimmy Hopkins, Usopp, T.J. Detweiler, Stan Marsh, Kyle Broflovski, Kenny McCormick, Gumball Watterson, Calvin and Hobbes
  • Rivals: Principal Seymour
  • Enemies: Princess Morbucks, Father (KND), Eric Cartman, Stewie Griffin, Agatha Trunchbull
  • At first, Dennis and Usopp in his Sogeking persona shared a position as Co-Gods of Slingshots, until a secret plot by the Council of Shadows to prevent all the Straw Hats together ejected Usopp from the Pantheon. The pirate returned with an increased level of ability without needing to rely on his alternate self, and both of them had a contest over the better slingshot user. Usopp won with a spectacular trick shot with hitting a jewel atop a faraway spire with high wind resistance. Dennis realized he was outclassed and gave up the position to move here instead. Mostly though he was bored of hanging around stuffy adults and preferred the company of kids.
    • After a relatively symbiotic relationship, Bart decided it was time to strike it out on his own. He voluntarily handed the title to Bennis to focus on his lifetime skill of Prank Calls. Breakup aside, the two still work in tangent when a prank is bigger than any single boy.
  • A typical day in the life of Dennis is pranking the hell out of any older deity he meets. He has various ways of doing so, from banging pots to making awful music. But his favorite pastime is using his trusty slingshot to hit anything any anyone with all sorts of nasty objects. He has only become more dangerous with additional resources provided to him in the Pantheon.
    • All the houses and vehicles have switched to reinforced windows since the sudden spike in "mysterious and coincidental" breakages that happened when Dennis arrived, now they're reinforced even more so with Bart's ascension.
  • He's glad that one of their followers, a certain Kevin McCallister, joined the Pantheon. The two make a particularly dangerous duo, as both are masters of agitating their foes into making mistakes.
  • Is always down for joining Phineas and his many inventions. He is also rather skilled in helping the boy in covering them up before Candace could bust them.
  • Of all the snot-nosed brats in the Pantheon, Dennis is the type of child Father hates with the fury of a thousand sons. That hatred only encourages Dennis to amp up his prank game against the fire user. Still, it's a risky game that could very well get him killed. Luckily, his antics made him an easy recruit into the Kids Next Door.
  • With Bart leaving his temple, Cartman and Stewie tried to make acquaintance with Dennis, who was the more mischievous of the two. Their efforts failed, as Dennis reaffirmed his commitment to supporting Bart. Besides, he finds the two kids malicious even for his tastes. Otherwise, he gets along well with the other South Park boys well enough.
  • It was a shock to him when upon entering Gumball's world, Dennis retained his original design. Gumball and Darwin also proved to be loads of fun.
  • Once challenged Calvin to a game of Calvinball. To his surprise, Dennis proved to be an apt practitioner of the sport. Of course no one else in the Pantheon knew how that worked. Nowadays, Calvin and Hobbes invites the kid for more adventures.
  • Just because he is no longer associated with Bart, doesn't mean that Seymour is any less committed to giving Dennis a proper education. And while he and Bart developed a respect for each other over the years, he has no such connection with the Menace.
  • To Agatha, Dennis remains as one of her main targets for her sadistic punishments. Unlike Seymour, she doesn't have the interest of making him learn: only to see him suffer. Dennis has always retaliated against her in the form of pranks, but he isn't going to take her on in a suicidal direct assault.
  • Princess Morbucks saw the potential for an alliance with Dennis, as the two followers often overlap. Dennis was willing to play along at first, especially since she had a wide assortment of toys. Morbucks even gave him some new slingshots to use, pointing at a particular target in the sky. Dennis shot it down with ease, only to gasp in horror as it happened to be Bubbles of the Powerpuff Girls. Dennis took the fall and was put in timeout. Dennis has since made clear distinctions between the two groups and has closed off any chance of cooperation with Morbucks.
  • There is a bit of discrepency regarding his origins. This version of the character is the American version, but there is also a black-haired kid from the UK with the same exact name. No one can figure out which one came first as both made their debut within the same day. In this case, the American version became the official spokesman for the temple, with the British version popping up every once in a while.

    Eloise 
Eloise, Goddess of Hotel Hellions
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  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: Her name written in lipstick on the wall
  • Theme Song: Eloise
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Cheerful Child, Hotel Hellion, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Only Known As “Eloise”, Parental Abandonment, The Prankster
  • Domains: Children, Hotels, Mischief
  • Heralds: Skipperdee the turtle and Weenie the dog
  • High Priests: Zack and Cody Martin
  • Allies: Madeline, Pippi Longstocking, Kevin McAllister, Dennis the Menace, Mary Poppins, Yukiko Amagi, Nicholas St. North
  • Enemies: YHVH, Agatha Trunchbull, Eliza and Neil Reagan, The Koopalings, Robot Santa Claus
  • Odd Friendship: The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
  • Her arrival was first noted when she was first seen in the Pantheon introducing herself with those words:
    Eloise: I am Eloise. I am six. I am a city child. I live at The Plaza.
    • She then proceed to tell several stories about her misadventures in the Plaza hotel. Such stories have brought the attention to the Court of the Gods, who had examined her records, It was then decided that she is granted the title as the Goddess of Hotel Hellions.
  • Outright loves loves loves the Plaza hotel and frequently promotes it every now and then, even petitioning it to be one of the Pantheon’s Dominions.
  • Fellow children’s book character Madeline greeted her with a bonjour. Eloise sees the schoolgirl as a “rawther mahvelous companion”, given her similar mischievous nature. She also likes to hang out with Pippi Longstocking as well due to both of them appearing to share the same rebellious and playful personality.
  • She also gets along well with Kevin McAllister as he also had experiences with staying at the Plaza hotel once.
  • Dennis Mitchell was impressed by Eloise’s antics that he gave her one of his slingshots as a gift.
  • Was surprised to see Mary Poppins in the Pantheon as she reminds her of Nanny for a particular reason. Mary herself agreed to look over the girl though she is wary of her chaotic antics.
  • One time, Agatha Trunchbull was brought in as Eloise’s tutor. The girl doesn’t at all like her, finding her to be “rude, rude, rude”. Eloise hopes that she can have revenge on the Trunchbull by pulling several pranks on her.
  • YHVH wasn’t pleased by her antics at the slightest as he sees her as an embodiment of chaos.
  • As a manager and a protector of the Amagi Inn, Yukiko Amagi is on good terms with Eloise so long as she doesn’t cause any mess.
  • Having a turtle named Skipperdee allowed her to forge friendships with the Ninja Turtles, who also happened to hail from New York City.
  • Since she absolutely loves Christmas, she is glad to see that Santa Claus exists in the Pantheon. Though he looks somewhat different from what she would imagine, she helps him spread holiday cheer every Christmastime.
    • Robot Santa Claus, on the other hand, views her as a very demonic girl and swears to shoot her whenever he has the chance.
  • Despite being a rascally little girl, Eloise doesn’t at all have a liking for the Koopalings. After hearing that each of them once owned a hotel, she wonders if any of them have a mail chute so that she can pour a pitcher of water down it.

    Harriet M. Welsch 
Harriet M. Welsch, Goddess of Snooping Children (Harriet the Spy)
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Harriet as depicted in the movie (top) and the book (bottom)
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: Her private notebook
  • Theme Song: “The Secretive Life”
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Break the Haughty, Brutal Honesty (which is her Fatal Flaw), Deadpan Snarker, Free-Range Children, Humiliation Conga, It's Personal, Enacting Revenge on the meaner classmates bullying her, No Sympathy (after her notebook is read), Purely Aesthetic Glasses (though not in the movie adaptation), Writes down everything on her Secret Diary, Loves tomato-and-mayonnaise sandwiches and egg creams, Eventually getting her friends, her notebook, and her privacy back at the end
  • Domains: Children, Spying, Writing, Notebooks
  • Heralds: Janie Gibbs, Simon “Sport” Rocque, Beth Ellen Hansen
  • High Priestess: Penny Gadget
  • Allies: The Mystery Gang, Maxwell, The Cutie Mark Crusaders, Inspector Gadget, Mary Poppins, Buffy Summers, Jo March, Clark Kent/Superman, Richard Castle, Lois Lane, L.B. Jefferies, Nancy Drew
  • Enemies: Light Yagami, Libby Chessler
  • Opposed by: Dr. Eggman
  • Harriet M. Welsch is a precocious eleven-year-old who wanted to be a writer when she grows up. As encouraged by her nanny Ole Golly, she follows a “spy route” every day after school where she slinks around people’s homes and workplaces and takes detailed notes in her composition book. One thing about her, though, is that she’s extremely secretive about the contents of her notebook. However, when her nanny leaves and her notebook is discovered, Harriet is forced to deal with major challenges to her formerly organized life.
  • She ended up encountering other people who also possess a notebook. She is good friends with Maxwell. She finds it amusing that Maxwell’s notebook can summon almost anything by writing into it, something that she isn’t used to in her world.
    • On the other hand, she was horrified with Light Yagami and his very dangerous notebook.
  • Libby Chessler is interested in Harriet’s notebook and wanted to use it against her. Harriet, knowing what happened the last time someone else read her notebook, didn’t take it well and she finds her to be a lot worse than Marion Hawthorne. She also doesn’t get why Dr. Eggman would accuse her for “snooping as usual, I see.”
  • Loves tomato-and-mayonnaise sandwiches, which she eats every day. Sometimes during her spy routes, she would also stop by the House of Food for a chocolate egg cream.
  • The Cutie Mark Crusaders can relate to Harriet’s situation as it reminded them of the time that they once told secrets in Ponyville, which resulted in them being shunned by their peers.
  • She was once visited by Inspector Gadget, who was grateful to see his niece Penny serving as her high priestess. The two are on good terms, although Harriet finds Gadget to be a little clumsy at times.
  • Sometimes hangs out with L.B. Jefferies due to their knack for spying on their neighbors. Occasionally helps out the Mystery Gang and Nancy Drew on their cases as well.
  • Seen in the company of Clark Kent and his wife Lois Lane as they respect the girl for her writing ambitions, as do Jo March and Richard Castle.
  • Harriet has also taken a liking for Mary Poppins due to her being an eccentric, whimsical nanny like her nanny Ole Golly.
  • One time, she was encountered by Buffy Summers because the latter thought she was her sister Dawn. After the confusion between the two was cleared, the two appear to get along well, though she’s concerned that Harriet gets attacked a lot like Dawn was.
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    Mae Borowski 
Margaret "Mae" Borowski, Goddess of the Unpleasantness of Growing Up (Mayday, Killer, Nightmare Eyes, Queen/Mayor of Possum Springs, Trash Mammal, Kitten, Hermit, Key Master, Bandit Queen, Duder)
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  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A Constellation of Mundy, the World Fish
  • Theme Songs: Die Anywhere Else or Weird Autumn
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Woman Child with no Job or Educational Prospect, Sarcastic Felines, Nice Jerks, Tomboys, Insensitivity, Kleptomania, Alcohol-Induced Idiocy, Lead Bassists, Constant Electrocutions, Bat Users, Existentialism, Astral Projections
  • Allies: Misato Katsuragi, Yuu Haruna, Mordecai and Rigby, Sora and Shiro
  • Enemies: Shub-Niggurath, Freddy Fazbear
  • Opposes: Anyone associated with Cults, H.P. Lovecraft (One-sided on her part)
  • Fears: The Batter
  • Conflicting Opinions with: Remy, Peter Pan
  • An 20-year old anthropomorphic cat (maybe...), Mae Borowski was a college dropout who had just moved back to her hometown of Possum Springs when College proved to be too much for her to handle. At Possum Springs, she would reunite and reconnect with either her former friend-turned acquaintance Beatrice "Bea" Santello or her best friend/partner in crime Greggory "Gregg" Lee. While she struggled with her newfound situation brought on by age and the ominous dreams that infested her sleep, she would soon stumble upon a hooded figure abducting a child for reasons unknown. From there, Mae would find herself delving more and more into the mystery that lies within the woods.
  • Being a childish adult who suffers from a sizeable chunk of emotional issues, Mae quickly gained an ally in Misato Katsuragi, with the two hanging out every so often. Misato doesn't seem to mind much, especially since Mae's intolerance of alcohol gives her a good excuse to switch from beer to coffee after Kaji's death. That and the last time she shared a beer with Mae, it ended with Mae running around the Pantheon naked.
    • Mae also managed to befriend Yuu Haruna, who was relieved to hear that another Lead Bassist had successfully ascended to the Pantheon, even if said bassist had never actually performed in front of a live audience before.
    • Given that she is an anthropomorphic animal who found herself stuck in a paranormal yet dangerous situation, Mae can sometimes be seen in the company of Mordecai and Rigby. Ironically, hanging out with the pair has made Mae more appreciative of her situation in Possum Springs since when compared to events like a black hole caused by rock-paper-scissors and a time crash caused by microwaving clocks, a mental issues and an encounter with a cult seem downright normal.
    • As a NEET, it was only a matter of time until she found herself with the likes of 『  』, who have taken an interest in a Roguelike game she plays called Demontower. While Mae finds the two fun to be around, she is concerned that 『  』's constant game-playing might cause them to experience dissociation as well.
  • Since she and her friends were almost killed by cultists, Mae doesn't exactly have the greatest relationship with the cults of the Pantheon.
    • Not a fan of Kane and the Brotherhood of Nod due to their worship of Tiberium, green crystalline rocks that are slowly destroying the earth. While she is currently powerless to do anything against them, she has been thinking of plan to convince Kane and his followers that there is a Tiberium deposit inside an abandoned mine outside Possum Springs.
    • Mae hates Cho'gall and the Twilight Hammer due to the very fact that they're an Apocalypse Cult, noting that at least the cult in Possum Springs didn't want to bring about the apocalypse. And had only one head.
    • Mae does not like Melisandre of Asshai since she has a tendency to burn anyone who doesn't align with her religion. That said, she doesn't hate her as much as she hates other cultists since unlike them, Melisandre seems to be focusing more of her energy on fighting White Walkers. Not to mention that Melisandre has at least been practicing religious tolerance as of lately.
  • As a child, Mae, having suffered from disassociation, hospitalized a boy with a baseball bat after a mental breakdown caused her to see nothing but "shapes." This incident effectively alienated her from the rest of Possum Springs, who have nicknamed her "Killer as a reminder of the incident. As a result, Mae has come to fear the Batter, and sees his attempts to "purge" his world of evil as a grim reflection of Mae's own issues with disassociation and how said issues may cause life to lose all meaning to her. The fact that the final enemy he faced in his game of origin was a cat-like judge has done nothing to assuage these fears.
  • Mae accidentally stumbled Freddy Fazbear's temple whilst scavenging for animatronic parts for her friend Gregg. Convinced that the temple was the abandoned Food Donkey, Mae decided to head inside to look for parts, inadvertently awakening the animatronic bear. When the bear approached her, Mae, convinced that this a prank by Steve Scriggins yelled at Freddy to quote unquote, "go legally brain dead from lack of oxygen due to choking on [Mae's] entire ass." Fazbear was reportedly so confused by the strange insult that he simply stood there trying to comprehend what Mae had just told him to do while she continued her search none the wiser.
  • Has accidentally gained the affection of H.P. Lovecraft, who believes that Mae is a descendant of a cat Lovecraft owned that had vanished when he was eight years old. Given what the cat was called, Mae was understandably not amused.
    • She was even less amused when one of Lovecraft's creations, Shub-Niggurath, turned out to be an inspiration for the Black Goat that plagued Possum Springs. While Mae so far remains unafraid, as she has called out the Black Goat in her dreams, the fact that Shub-Niggurath can actually affect her outside her dreams has convinced her to remain cautious while she navigates the Pantheon.
  • Has a complicated relationship with Remy. On one hand, the rat is grateful that Mae had taken time out of her day to feed a Swarm of Rats that she found in Mallard's tomb. On the other hand, he is displeased that Mae had been feeding the rats with stolen food... which he had only found out about after he had caught her trying to steal food from his own pantry. Still, the two have managed to maintain an unspoken agreement; i.e. he won't lecture her on stealing food if she won't steal from his restaurant again.
    • Also holds conflicted view of Peter Pan as well. Upon hearing about the boy who never grew up, she was initially thrilled to have found a way out of aging, and subsequently sought him out so she can avoid growing up as well. Said thrill immediately wore off when she realized that the immortality Peter Pan was offering would eventually lead to her forgetting about her friends and family. The last sentence Peter heard from her as she walked away from him was a dejected "Everything sucks forever."

    Sayo Samonji 
Sayo Samonji, God of Un-childlike Youth (O-Sayo)
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Sayo Samonji Kiwame 
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His Sword Crest
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Revenge For the Sake of Revenge, Glass Cannon, Creepy Good Child, Troubling Unchildlike Behavior, Scaring Animals, Dark and Troubled Past
  • Domains: Revenge, Swords, Children
  • High Priest: Onion
  • Allies: Marona, his fellow Sword Warriors (Kashuu Kiyomitsu, Kasen Kanesada), Roberta, Hinako, pretty much anyone who desires revenge (who still aren't quite evil), Tokiya Mikagami, The Fleet Girls
  • Enemies: Anyone who would try to change the history for the worse, Ren Hakuryuu
  • Conflicted Opinions on: Raiden
  • A tantou sword which spirit was given physical form by "Saniwa" to fight. Like other tantous, he manifested as a young child. However, unlike the other tantous, he is...different. Due of the sword being used by by a bandit for killing and then bring revenge by the child who's mother was killed by the said bandit, it left the spirit of the sword corrupted, making it desire to get nothing but revenge as well. Not his own revenge, though. He will carry out anyone's revenge to satisfy his own desire.
  • Due of the intense hatred coming from him, this makes animals fear him, getting scared when he as much gets near them. He cannot blame them, though. They know what's up. Because of this, most lower-tiered gods in House of Beast tend to run away when he gets near them or at least get shocked with fear. Especially horses. He has hard time dealing with horses.
    • Because of this, he has an interesting relation with the Equestrian deities. Where his presence do scare them off, Fluttershy would want to be friends with him to teach animals that he isn't as bad as he seems like and Pinkie Pie wants to throw a party to him, just that she has hard time thinking how to pull it off. He doesn't really care or mind whatever the case is.
  • Wanted to ascend as the God of Obsession with Revenge, but quickly found out that it was held by Hakuryuu. Sayu, for the most part, dislikes Hakuryuu, saying that he is taking his idea for revenge way too dar.
  • While he understands many gods who want revenge, there is one God who he is bit iffy on; Raiden, God of Revengeance. While Raiden is "the tool of justice", Sayo himself calls himself "the tool of revenge". And where Raiden is a bit irritated for the idea of someone who looks like Sayo going into war, Sayo says to him that he isn't really a child, if you really think about it.
  • He seems to get along with the Fleet Girls due of both of them sharing the same creator. Though he might sympathize with the Abyssal Fleet, feeling like they are driven by revenge as well.
  • While he might behave rather darkly, it is because he thinks that only way to bring happiness to others is to fulfil their desire for revenge. In reality, it was never his wish to hate anyone, as tantous were never meant to draw needless blood, and only became this way due of whom used him. That is why he ultimately looks up to Tokiya as he wishes that one day he gets bored with revenge and his mind gets cleaned of that desire.
  • He's not really conformable going shopping with other people, as he fears that they might want to sell him off to someone else.
  • In an attempt to hopefully turn him into more optimistic youth, he was send to the past to visits his old master to maybe break him from his mindset. It backfired. His old master instead was so interested in his revenge story that Sayo determined that his existence is fuelled by revenge and use it as his strength. Even if he knows that the path he travels is only going to make him worse, as he only wishes to be used by his Saniwa.
  • Like the blind sea turtle who seeks for his floating log in the vast ocean, I have waited so long for this opportunity of a lifetime where the flowers of Udonge would bloom…

    Shin-chan 
Shinnosuke Nohara, God of Perverted Children (Shin-chan)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His face
  • Theme Songs: Doubutsuen wa Taihen da, Yuruyuru de DE-O!, the Vitello dub opening, Party Join Us (Eng. ver.), Jumpin' Kids (the OTHER English ver. of Party Join Us) by RAVEMAN
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Really interested in women, especially if they're older than him, a huge troublemaker, has participated in oddly epic adventures, Gasshole, Mooning, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Calling Parents by Their Name
  • Domains: Children, Perversion, Crassness
  • Heralds: His parents Misae and Hiroshi, his little sister Himawari, his dog Shiro, his friends Toru, Nene, Masao and Bo (sometimes known as the Kasukabe Defense Force)
  • Allies: Bart Simpson, Dennis the Menace, Kenny McCormick, Issei Hyodo, Ed, Edd and Eddy
  • Enemies: Eric Cartman, Rhoda Penmark, The Kankers
  • Admires: Kamen Rider, Super Sentai and Ultra Series heroes
  • On bad terms with: Linus van Pelt, Godzilla
  • Shinnosuke Nohara is a five-year-old boy who lives with his family in Kasukabe, in the Saitama prefecture in Japan. Shin-chan, as he's usually called, is very mischievous and perverted. His greatest joys in life are farting, ogling and attempting to hit on women, mooning people, and pretending his wiener is an elephant. His parents have his hands full with him, as you may imagine. His baby sister has more common sense than him. He also has a dog named Shiro who's usually neglected by him. Despite his obnoxious personality, he has quite a few friends in the kindergarten he goes to, and they all proclaim themselves to be the defense force of their city. It's only occasionally that this means anything; the rest of the time it's five-year-olds being five-year-olds. Generally, Shin-chan just lives his day-to-day life embarrassing, befuddling and annoying the hell out of the people around him.
  • Shin-chan's ascensions ended up being one of those epic events by the standards of his usual life, with some monsters having made their way to Kasukabe from the Pantheon. Several Toku heroes made their way there to put a stop to the invasion, and they ended up fighting alongside (more like protect, really) Shin-chan and his friends (who were acting in their "capacity" as the Kasukabe Defense Force). All things considered, Shin-chan did prove to be of some use, as the stench of his farts actually sent the monsters reeling, and some other antics by him and his friends that threw the monsters off their game.
    • When it was all over, the Toku heroes complimented the children's bravery and took their leave. However Shin-chan managed to clandestinely come along and enter the Pantheon, believing he might meet his favorite hero, Action Kamen. This didn't turn out to be the case after searching high and low, often stopping to ogle whenever he saw a particularly sexy goddess and attempt to ask her out in his trademark manner. The Main House took notice of him and his antics, and considering his iconic status in many lands, gave him godhood over Dirty Kid. Shin-chan just grinned as he realized he could use that to score chicks.
  • Shin-chan is a pretty big fan of Tokusatsu, and of Action Kamen in particular. Many times he was moved to do something harduous due to the promise of getting even a handshake with Action Kamen. He likes the Toku heroes in the Pantheon as well, though not as much as Action Kamen, who's just tops for him. Although he loves visiting the Toku Base, the members are not very enthusiastic when he does so, considering he can and often will get up to all sorts of annoying and potentially dangerous antics while there. There's also the fact that he keeps pestering them for autographs and handshakes and to add Action Kamen to their ranks.
    • Ryotaro Nogami seems to have greater tolerance for Shin-chan than most of his teammates, probably because there was a time when they fought together, with Shin-chan becoming Kamen Rider Shin-O by "sharing" in Ryotaro's belt in order to protect his mother from an Imagin. He even got complimented for protecting the flow of time. Granted, Ryotaro also probably prefers not to have to team up again if it means having to deal with more butt-themed monsters...
  • He can often be found at the House of Love and Affection trying to get a peek at the many sexy goddesses. There have been many attempts to ban him from that House using his young age as justification, but they are pretty much futile as he always finds his way in there somehow. Of course, most of the goddesses deal with his inappropriate questions and poor attempts at flirting by laughing him off, while some are just confused. Shin-chan has made a somewhat unlikely comrade in his lustful pursuits, that comrade being Issei Hyodo, who shares a lot of the same inclinations as the younger boy. The two often team up and exchange opinions on which women they find most attractive. Normally, people would worry about Issei being a terrible influence on Shin-chan, except that's pointless because Shin-chan was already a lost cause long before meeting him.
  • If there are deities from the House of Love he truly cannot get along with, it's the Kanker sisters, because every time Shin-chan runs into them in his excursions it generally ends with them viciously chastising him or bullying him for his peeping (or so they claim he does, but Shin-chan found them unattractive from the start and never paid attention to them). Shin-chan has taken to respond to this by doing his "buri buri" routine (that is, mooning them), making the Kankers even more furious.
    • There was one time when Shin-chan dared to infiltrate the Kankers' temple and he made the grave mistake of taking their ship-in-a-bottle (he thought it looked cool). While Shin-chan made a good job of defending himself with his usual tactics at first, he ultimately needed help from the Eds in getting the Kankers to lay off him. Shin-chan was warned by the Eds that the Kankers' ship-in-a-bottle was absolutely never to be touched, which he took to heart given how serious it all sounded. After that, Shin-chan has come to admire the three older boys and sometimes tries to get in on their schemes, despite him usually not understanding what they're about. Ed appears to like him best, while Edd seems fine with him hanging around, but Eddy thinks of him as more of a nuisance (except when Shin-chan helps them run the Kankers off).
  • Shin-chan has an imaginary friend, Buriburizaemon, an anthropomorphic pig who styles himself a samurai and a brave hero of justice, though he's actually a coward. The magic of the Pantheon permits him to exist on his own, to many samurai's dismay as he gives them a bad name with his antics.
  • A lot of Shin-chan's peers in the House of Children tend to consider him to be kind of a weirdo. He definitely hasn't endeared himself after that time he used Linus' blanket to wipe between his legs. The girls in particular tend to stay away from him, or sass and berate him for his behavior, though any criticism always seems to bounce off Shin-chan. Kids who are more welcoming of Shin-chan's quirks include Bart Simpson and Dennis the Menace, likely because they are pretty infamous troublemakers themselves. Bart in particular actively seeks out Shin-chan's companionship in pulling pranks, and he thinks Shin-chan's butt dance is hilarious and has attempted to imitate it. Dennis is more innocent than both of them, but his tendency to help others which generally results in disaster is something that Shin-chan is also prone to, so there's a certain kinship between the two of them.
  • Though mainly known to be a pervy and filthy Bratty Half-Pint, Shin-chan has been shown to have moments of kindness and compassion on occasion, especially if his family or friends are distressed somehow. It's not something that comes out frequently given his usually mundane and peaceful life, but it's there. This might be why, even though he already keeps some questionable company, he draws the line at downright evil children such as Cartman or Rhoda Penmark, what with how murderous they can be. Shin-chan will face up against them whenever they do something that's too monstrous and far-reaching, even summoning his friends in the Kasukabe Defense Force to help if needed. With that said, he's on good terms with the other South Park kids, if not necessarily friends since Stan and Kyle think it's too embarrassing to be around him. He gets along well with Kenny though, since parka boy has a thing for women as well.
  • Turns out Shin-chan has also run into Godzilla, of all things. Godzilla had tried to invade Kasukabe, which would spell doom for the inhabitants, who apparently all have 30-year mortgages on their homes (that's a constant source of grief for Shin-chan's parents, incidentally). So, Shin-chan got a dose of Applied Phlebotinum (involving farts, naturally), which somehow made him the size of Godzilla and he was sent off to fight him. It ended with Shin-chan sitting on Godzilla and the kaiju reduced to the size of a little lizard. It was a highly humiliating experience for the King of Monsters to be defeated by a kid like Shin-chan, though Godzilla seems content to ignore Shin-chan and pretend nothing happened rather than seek out revenge.

Quasideities

    Aya Drevis 
Aya Drevis, Goddess of Children who Act like Adults
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Grown up Aya 
  • Quasideity (Demigoddess with the Mini Chainsaw, Lesser Goddess with the Magic Water)
  • Symbol: A mini chainsaw and a blue bottle of perfume/white bottle of Magic Water in front of a pink bow
  • Theme Song: Memories
  • Alignment: Neutral Good. Implied to be Neutral Evil or a darker shade of True Neutral when she grows up
  • Portfolio: Wields a chainsaw with some unnerving nostalgia, able to stay relatively calm in situations that would make most adults panic, willing to save her family no matter what, Creepy Child
  • Domains: Adorableness, Calmness in Terrifying Situations, Family, Determination.
  • Heralds: Maria (Housemaid), Snowball (Pet rabbit)
  • Special Relationships: Alfred Drevis (Her Father), Monika Drevis (Her Mother)
  • Allies The Ghostbusters, Luigi, Ash, The Human Child, Samantha Maxis, The Monsters of the Underground
  • Enemies: Evil undead deities, Leatherface, Piggsy, Medicine Melancholy, Banette, Suigintou, Edward Richtofen
  • Opposed by: Every ghostly member of the pantheon, due to the Magic Water's ability to seal them away, possibly forever.
  • Distrusted by: Rabbit deities
  • Comflicting Opinion: The Batter, The Medic
  • Aya Drevis is a young girl from Germany who all her life has been living secluded with her family. Her father, a Mad Scientist who likes to "experiment" on people is someone she always looked up and admired, until one day after the 1 year anniversary of her Mother's death all the past victims of her father came back from the dead and attacked everyone in the mansion. Aya later found out it was her Mother who wanted revenge against her Father, in attempts from saving her daughter from being turned into a doll. In the end Aya managed to survive the curse that her mother inflicted upon Dr. Drevis and started a new life somewhere else.
  • The Aya that ascended was taken from the time that she escaped her old home but before she grew up, so she is still a girl and seemingly good-hearted. The reason for this is unknown, probably because her grown up version is a little hard to pin point morality wise and some people believe that she turned out like her father.
  • Aya has a fondness of a Mini Chainsaw that she used to play with when she was younger, but her father forbid her of using it, for obvious reasons. She also refuses to attack anyone (not even The Undead!) with it, as she doesn't like seeing people suffer, except objects (Even then, she tries to avoid the sentient ones).
    • That said, it doesn't mean she is a fan of actual chainsaw wielders, as she was almost killed by her father with one after all. She fears Leatherface and Piggsy the most, since those two wouldn't be out of place amongst her father's creations.
    • Although she found Ash Chainsaw-arm really cool and she has asked him about his adventures against the undead.
  • The Magic Water that the strange salesman gave her can actually seal ghost forever, which she used on her mother to vanish her while trying to save her dad. Needless to say, Ghosts avoid her like a plague given that it could possibly vanish them from existence with a single drop. This also made her allies with those that have dealt with ghosts in the past, like the Ghostbusters and Luigi.
  • Is easily bewildered by the wonders of the modern world, due to being secluded in her house all of her life. As a result, she has a hard time talking to others.
  • She has a pet rabbit named Snow Ball that she cares a lot for. She also likes to hang around rabbit deities, but they don't seem to reciprocate the feeling because Aya may have hurt wild animals and even Snow Ball in the past, either willingly or accidentally. It doesn't help that her father has cloned Snow Ball numerous times to cover Snow Ball's "accidents"
  • Seems to get along with the Human Child given their shared Determination and love for their close ones. The Child has tried to keep Aya on track and save her from turning out like her father and so has introduced her to their friends who all have welcomed her with open arms. (The only exception would be Sans, who suspects Aya may be a lost cause)
  • She doesn't like dolls, mostly because many of the dolls she had in her house came to life and tried to kill her, not to mention that they were made by Aya's father and he intended for Aya to become one so she would remain pure forever. It was no surprise that she made enemies out of many living dolls, she doesn't even trust The Plain Doll.
  • Coming from similar games, the Batter took interest in the gift that she was given by the strange salesman, an artifact that could help the batter in his mission to purify the world. Aya doesn't think highly of him, considering how he murdered his own family, his son (actually creator) Hugo being one of them, much like how Aya's father tried to do the same to her. In turn, the Batter is not interested in Aya...yet. She is still pure, but if she indeed is like her father, she will have to face The Batter's judgement eventually.
  • Meeting Samantha Maxis was a godsend for Aya, since she is also the daughter of a german doctor (albeit not one in the same caliber as Dr. Drevis) and since Sam is also a rather Creepy Child herself, the two hit it off right away. Aya was hesitant at first given Samantha's zombie army but since the undead were commanded to avoid harming her, she eventually grew accustomed to them.
  • Doesn't trust the Medic, not only given his unethical methods when it comes to healing, but because he reminds her a lot of her father. The same could be said about Dr. Edward Richtofen, who actually did similar experiments like Dr. Drevis, arguably worse in some cases, and since Aya is in friendly terms with Samantha Maxis, Richtofen has tried to hurt her just to spite Samantha. Thankfully Aya was smart enough to avoid the mad doctor.
  • While people are aware of her father and how he is, many wondered about how he ended up with a sweet woman like Aya's mom. Turns out all the "sweetness" that Aya's claims about her mother might be her being an Unreliable Narrator. She married Dr. Drevis because she enjoyed his work and how he once almost killed her, she even wanted her daughter to grow up to be just like her father, something Dr. Drevis was opposed to. Makes you question who was the bigger evil of the two.
  • Eventually, Dr. Drevis became ascended to the pantheon and Aya found out not long after about his arrival. Many feared that the doctor would try to harm her again, but surprisingly, he visited and warmly embraced his daughter with no intention of harming her. Since the pantheon has managed to keep Aya young and innocent without the need of turning her into a doll, the doctor has no intention on going through with his old plan. Although he fears that one day his precious Aya may already cease to be the innocent girl he wants her to be.

    Gabe Burton and Rosemary Telesco 
Gabriel "Gabe" Burton and Rosemary Telesco, Co-God/dess of Childish Love
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Left: Gabe. Right: Rosemary.
  • Quasideities, bordering on Demideities
  • Symbol: Two hands connecting each other with their pinkies; alternatively, a silhouette of New York City
  • Theme Song: In My Life
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Children in Love with One Another, Have Known Each Other since Childhood, First Love, Going through an Experience of Maturity, Karate Students, Realizing that Love can be Painful, Victorious Childhood Friend, Being Excessively Cute though it's Done Right, Are Ultimately Separated, but Maintain their Friendship and Never Forgotten One Another
  • Domains: Children, Love, Innocence, Understanding, Growth
  • Heralds: Adam and Leslie Burton (Gabe's Parents), Mickey and Jackie Telesco (Rosemary's Parents),
  • Allies: Daniel LaRusso, Mr. Miyagi, Marty McFly, Cassandra Cain, Damien Wayne, The Hawkins Party, Gentaro Kisaragi, The Kamen Rider Club, Jimmy Hopkins, Mikoto Mikasa, Stan Marsh, Butters Stotch
  • Enemies: Gary Smith, Biff Tannen, Eliza and Neil Reagan, Eric Cartman
  • On Good Terms With: The 501st Legion (for the most part)
  • Fears: Darth Vader
  • Pities: Johnny Lawrence
  • Wary Of/Opposes: John Kreese
  • Love is a powerful emotion. Romantic Love however, while not inherently bad, should be tread with caution. Such is the case for Gabe Burton, who manages to get back into a contact with a girl name Rosemary Telesco, whom he last met a few years ago in kindergarten. Upon their reunion and meeting up with her on a few occasions, Gabe begins to develop feelings for Rosemary. She does reciprocate and they even date. Unfortunately, their First Kiss onward and both kids begin to undergo difficult life events, some to do with their relationship and others to do with other personal matters. Ultimately, the relationship doesn't last and Rosemary departs to camp and summer school and sharing one last dance with Gabe, though Gabe is able to find some comfort with his parents reuniting and being whole. He muses that Rosemary was his First Love and that ..I'm never gonna get another first love. That one's always gonna be her."
  • Gabe and Rosemary ascended into the Pantheon together, though their first experiences were admittedly very awkward. The two still reside in New York City, but they're surprised and in a mix of excitement and caution of several otherworldly beings also finding home and invasion there. And this wasn't even their first case of feeling uneasy as Gabe and Rosemary were elected to share the trope of Puppy Love. They were happy to see each other again, but Rosemary had admitted earlier that she wasn't ready for love. To manage their comfort zone and their own interests, Gabe and Rosemary have agreed on taking visitations with one another every once in a while, but, for now, would have to prioritize their own interests and life decisions for now.
  • While they're primarily based on the House of Love and Affection, Gabe and Rosemary actually spend more time outside of it than usual. They're often seen taking karate classes at the House of Combat given that they've taken lessons beforehand and attend academic lessons in the House of School. Although the Pantheon has been a pretty big uproot in their lives, Gabe and Rosemary are doing their best to get accommodated.
  • They quickly became good friends with Daniel LaRusso who was eager to teach and refine their karate skills and to better defend themselves in their spare time. The two are somewhat wary of Johnny Lawrence due to his abrasive nature and the general tone of Cobra Kai's philosophy, but do sympathize with him given his hard childhood and struggling to come to terms with recent events.
    • Gabe and Rosemary heavily dislike John Kreese and prefer to stay away from him as much as they could. Not necessarily because they're scared, but because Kreese is a Manipulative Bastard who dwells in corrupting students and molding them into bullies. Kreese on the other hand, couldn't care less about Gabe and Rosemary, but has admitted that he is not afraid of beating them up if they ever provoke him. Conversely, Mr. Miyagi is polite and eager to take them in, in spite of his eccentric nature.
  • As school students, Gabe and Rosemary aren't top-class, but make the most of their time in their education. Despite this, they've made a few enemies there, with Biff Tannen and Gary Smith being the worst offenders; Biff due to never growing out of his bullying phase and Gary because of his sociopathic tendencies and crudely insulting anyone around him for the hell of it. Gabe and Rosemary also hate the Reagan siblings because of their petty nature towards most kids of their age, especially Candace White and flaunting on about their rich aristocratic nature.
  • Due to worrying his parents too much when he ventured too far from his home, Gabe has made a point to at least make a note and reassurance to them when he goes out someplace outside of his comfort zone. However, given that his new climate is home to several superhumans, especially from the DC and Marvel Universes, he's noticeably more anxious about it. The fact that the heroes are now spending more time fighting against the villains outside New York may be more comforting by some stretch, but Gabe is pretty aware that he needs to be cautious regardless.
  • Both kids have been asked if they want to dance with one another again. Whenever the question is said, they tend to blush red, especially Rosemary, who would normally say no. Some residents, on the other hand, think they actually want to, it's just that they're too hesitant to admit it.
    • There are plans for a dancing event to be hosted in the House of School. Gabe and Rosemary haven't said much about the matter, though they have a small smile about it. It seems as if their feelings toward each other are still strong. Conversely, they still have a lot of stuff in their way before they could even act on their desires.
  • Given that they're still children, Gabe and Rosemary are regular visitors in the House of Family. Once Gabe has toyed around with a few members of the 501st Legion and nerded out seeing a resident from the Star Wars Universe. A few Legion members are actually pretty playful with the kids whereas the others, while somewhat irritated, do allow them to have company. That said, they've made no effort in trying to harm Gabe and Rosemary, lest they want to incur the wrath of Darth Vader.
    • While some of the Legion members do get along with, or tolerate Gabe and Rosemary, Darth Vader is a wholly different story. Sure Gabe is a Star Wars fan, but even he's terrified of what the fallen Sith Lord is capable of. Thankfully, Vader is a staunch protector of the House of Family as of now, so Gabe and Rosemary don't have to worry too much.
  • During a visit in Central Park, Rosemary was suddenly attacked by Eric Cartman with the intent if harming her for the hell of it. Rosemary was able to fight back, though the altercation only further frustrated Cartman. Gabe's arrival forced Cartman to retreat, stating that he'll get Rosemary next time. The whole commotion caused Rosemary to become pretty despondent and wondered how there can be child so violent and abrasive.
    • A short while later, Gabe and Rosemary would become friends with Stan Marsh and Butters Stotch, both of whom know Cartman personally. Stan and Butters then told Gabe and Rosemary about the kind of person Eric is, alongside highlighting the fact that he despises red-haired people, and this was arguably the main reason why he attacked Rosemary. Since then, the two have taken to further improving their karate skills the next time they come across Cartman. Gabe and Rosemary however do hang out with Stan and Butters every once in a while and the latter two have agreed to not really push the former two around, given their own experiences with love. On the flip-side, Gabe and Rosemary's animosity towards Cartman only increased the moment they found out about his abusive relationship with Heidi Turner.
  • The two became friends with Jimmy Hopkins and Mikoto Mikasa pretty quickly, given their good nature and the fact that they can stand up for themselves due to them being taught karate. Jimmy and Mikasa have offered them a position in being residential bully hunters, though Gabe and Rosemary are currently too focused on their own life choices to really consider a group like that. That said, they will fight back hard against bullies if need be. They're also well accommodated with Gentaro Kisaragi and the Kamen Rider Club, given their tight friendship and deep feelings with one another. Some members of the club, particularly Miu Kazashiro and Shun Daimonji have thought about luring Gabe and Rosemary into a situation where they start dating again, though the other club members and Gentaro have ruled them out of doing it.
  • Their overall thoughts in the House of Love is a pretty odd one, though Gabe and Rosemary don't really talk all that much about the concept of love, especially given their age and that they still have a lot left to learn. That said, they do respect most of the deities there, given how they had some sort of quality that bought them there. It's overall rather bittersweet, given that Gabe and Rosemary never got to fully complete their romantic feelings for one another... for now.
"I don't think I'm ready to be in love."
Rosemary
"I'm not ready, and I'm doing it."
Gabe

    Kevin McCallister 

Kevin McCallister, God of "Home Alone" Antics (Makulky Kulkin)

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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: His battle plan map against the Wet Bandits, or his hands clasped against his cheeks and his mouth open in a scream
  • Theme Music: "Somewhere In My Memory"
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Outsmarting Adult Criminals, And Stops Them From Getting Away With Crimes, The Runt at the End That Gets Left Behind By His Family Twice, Booby Trap Master, Naughty Is Good, Guile Hero, An Ass-Kicking Christmas, Deadpan Snarker, Rarely Trusts Adults
  • Domains: Traps, Children, Houses, Creativity
  • Heralds: Alex Pruitt, Finn Baxter, and Kevin's family
  • Allies: Santa Claus, Gin, Hana, and Miyuki, Angus MacGyver, Dennis Mitchell, Bart Simpson, Woody, John McClane, Lt. Karl Fairburne, The K.N.D.
  • Tolerated by: The Birds
  • Conflicted Opinions from: Angela Sheehan
  • Rivals: Edgar and Ellen, Mion and Shion Sonozaki
  • Pities: Swiper the Fox, Rynn Jacobs, Reisuke and Satoko Houjou
  • Avoids: Salad Fingers, Laetitia
  • Avoided by: The deities in the Hall of Thieves that know better
  • Enemies: The burglar deities in the Pantheon, Sideshow Bob, Rottweiler, The Goose, Gary Smith, Carmen Sandiego (leans towards Worthy Opponent)
  • In the span of a few Christmas days, one mischievous but troubled youngest sibling of a big family found himself left behind in his home alone, and forced to deal with thieves doing what they did best. What would have been a traumatizing experience for many other kids instead became the McCallister's moment of notoriety. With only what he had available within his own home, and no support from police, he made the Wet Bandits regret ever trying to steal from his home with wits and creativity alone. Rigging the buildings the burglars attempted to break into with plenty of painful traps, the criminals who underestimated him would undergo more and more painful experiences the further they attempted to get the boy. Succeeding at stopping the Wet Bandits twice, Kevin McCallister not only saved Christmas for his family, but he even helped out a children's hospital whose charity money the Wet Bandits were trying to steal off for themselves.
  • While Kevin McCallister wasn't too much of a fame seeker, his feats of turning home supplies into effective traps would catch the eyes of the deities in the Pantheon. Soon enough, he woke in his room, opened the door, and found himself in a new realm entirely. Intimidated by all the new things around him, he initially cowered back into his room, but eventually came out on his own, deciding to wander out to see what he was getting into. Soon enough, he would meet friendly deities that informed Kevin that he had become a deity for his success against the Wet Bandits, thus letting him hold the "Home Alone" Antics trope to let him become part of the Pantheon. Asking what that meant, he would receive his own temple for him to stay at, which some comment on for being like a big house, all to himself. But once Kevin learned about the ascended criminals and thieves in the Pantheon, that temple was no longer much of a welcome place to walk around in, much less for potential home intruders.
    • Kevin's main "temple" is in actuality not Kevin's main home, due to the numerous amount of traps and other home-made defenses within that it's practically impossible to traverse it normally unscathed, unless you either know it by hand, or are a god of a much greater rank capable of just walking through everything that could be thrown at you anyways. That noted, Kevin doesn't really keep anything valuable that could benefit the latter group, though Kevin intends on somehow fixing that. Otherwise, the chance that an intruder will find themselves in a hospital after entering Kevin's temple increases proportionally, if not exponentially, to the amount of time they stay in Kevin's domain. However, if you're Kevin himself or someone he wants to spare from his rigged defenses, he may take you to his true temple, said to consist of a couple of rooms, including one where he designs his infamous traps, and one resembling a room within the Plaza Hotel, among others.
  • Given that there are many talented thieves and rogues in the Pantheon that aren't as dim-witted as the Wet Bandits, Kevin has taken to further improve and adapt on his methods and defenses, learning from failures and other observations, due to all of the freedom and time he has as a Pantheon deity. Whereever Kevin decides to set up his usual designs becomes the bane of many a non-superpowered thief, and although the Good-aligned thieves don't have as much of a reason to bother him, they've tried from time and time again to find that traps he set up not only change from time to time to prevent redundancy, but trying to bypass a few can lead to some nasty injuries. One mentor that Kevin is getting along with for the sake of improving his work is MacGyver, who additionally plays games of table-hockey with him. While MacGyver respects what he does, he gives the occasional warning about making his traps too cruel, especially nothing that there may be some deities either forced to go through them by bullies and such, or otherwise may not genuinely understand the warnings that keep most pain-sensitive deities away. As such, Kevin does experiment with designs that are intended to be more precise and to focus the hurt on those who are asking for it, on top of ways to keep potential innocent wanderers in less distress.
  • There have been many a doctor in the Pantheon that have complained about Kevin's designs for traps, including how lethal a few could potentially be. There was even a mortal who elaborated on how Kevin could have effectively caused fatal injuries multiple times during his time in the Big Apple, which has raised plenty of concern and terror at the McCallister. And given how satisfactory he was emotionally, perhaps to the point of sadism, though the victims weren't really nice guys. Kevin wasn't willing to let it all slide, and had a couple of his own arguments about the Wet Bandits that were victims of his craft. One, the fact that they had met before their second and more infamous meeting, where the two robbers had intentions to rob his family, and almost managed to torture him when they caught him. Two, the fact that they had intended to steal charity money for a children's hospital, which he argues was a terrible line to cross. And finally, the fact that the Wet Bandits not only pursued the money they wanted to take from Kevin, but were willing to him, so he had justification to go to such dangerous lengths. While many members of the House of Law of Justice still distrust Kevin greatly, they have acknowledged his arguments as fair, and haven't sought to punish him heavily.
    • Santa acknowledges Kevin's immature but understandable and sympathetic intentions, and he's more than proud of Kevin for standing up against letting injustices happen on Christmas as well as helping out fellow children as well without expecting too much of a reward himself. Santa did have a messenger to tell Kevin that he's certainly a good-hearted fellow, but that he should be more mindful of his behavior towards others, and to do his best to ensure that his endeavors to get back at bandits do not go too far. Should that occur, Kevin just might find himself on the Naughty List. Heeding the warning, Kevin does try his best to be a better kid and to regulate his own mischief, even when interacting with the less morally conscious pranksters in the Pantheon.
  • There were plenty of trap creators in the Pantheon that Kevin became curious of, with Woody being quite the contrasting type of prankster, setting up traps and other tricks within his own cranky neighbor's house, using the neighbor's own items against him instead of bringing his own. Impressed, Kevin has decided to learn from Woody, attempting to do similar but with his own twist on the thing. Despite having issues doing so at first, and almost getting caught by Rottweiler multiple times, he eventually set upon Rottweiler a whole stream of traps that Rottweiler kept getting caught in, one after another. Succeeding in outwitting the nasty neighbor, Kevin's skills at setting up traps for potential pursuers on the fly has made Kevin an even more fearsome kid to try and mess with. And he's also been advised to stay away from Laetitia, who's capable of giving out deadly gifts that ended up horrifying the boy when he saw them in action. Thankfully, Kevin has no interest in experimenting with anything supernatural of that sort any time soon.
  • Kevin seeks to be popular among the members of the House of Childhood and Adolescence, but it's primarily to be able to stick up for other children like him. Having gone through quite some rough holidays dealing with thieves, he's more than willing to help out other children who want to deal with troublesome adults. He's an avid support of the Kids Next Door and their pursuit of justice against the tyranny of malicious adults as well, providing assistance whenever he can. While he doesn't plan to be as generous with support toward the more chaotic and immoral children in the Pantheon, he likes to hang out with Dennis the Menace, and Dennis in turn doesn't target Kevin's temple when he wants to slingshot some windows. He also found Bart Simpson to be a pleasant mischief maker to be around, at least most of the time, to the dismay of Sideshow Bob. There's also Edgar and Ellen, who believe that Kevin's mischievous reputation isn't as deserved as theirs is. From time to time, the twins will try to out-prank him, but Kevin always has something prepared for them. They have managed to catch Kevin off-guard with their tricks, though whether it's been worth the times they've been hospitalized from either their traps backfiring or trying to outsmart Kevin's house defenses and failing, they can't say for sure.
  • While he's not against befriending adults, it's rather clear that Kevin doesn't want to rely on adults. He definitely has no interest in having the cops do what his house traps can do and some, though he's not adverse to letting them do their work. He's open to the advice and support given from adults, but it's usually with some uncertainty and doubt. There are adults he has felt completely comfortable being friendly with, mainly Old Man Marley, an old man falsely suspected of being a serial killer, but ended up saving Kevin's life, as well as an unnamed Pigeon Lady who too saved Kevin's life, as odd as she was herself. Kevin's considered making them his heralds, but isn't sure of whether they'd approve. Some of the adults in the Pantheon that have earned Kevin's absolute respect and admiration for are Hana and Gin, as well as the teenage Miyuki. While they initially didn't seem to be the type of people he'd be friends with, especially not Gin, learning of how the homeless trio returned the baby Kiyoko to their parents did touch his heart (even to the point of forgiving Gin), to the point that he even invited to his true temple for a temporary stay during a nasty Christmas blizzard in the Pantheon, through a route that kept them safe from Kevin's machinations. The three visitors thanked him dearly for his miraculous saving from the blizzard they caught up in, and while they didn't have much to give back at the time, Kevin hadn't sought taking from them anyway. He was even completely oblivious to all of the good luck the three had during Christmas, not that luck is something his works should require for delivering pain to unwitting robbers.
    • Somehow, his friendship with the Pigeon Lady had spared him the wrath of the humanity-attacking Birds, who appeared before him in a great swarm, attacking every other human being near him, but consistently ignoring him. He attempted to plead for the Birds to stop, but his pleas were in vain. The Birds may take some sort of liking to him, but Kevin doesn't intend to reciprocate such sentiments due to their danger to fellow humans. The Murkrow Flock don't fare well with him too much better, since they used to try and steal from his as well. Since he was already planning some designs to counter the kinds of bandits that thought staying off the floor was sufficient, Kevin simply made them more effective against flying targets. To save the grief of a Murkrow that could've been a victim, he threw a rubber chicken at one in front of some Murkrow to demonstrate. Needless to say, they were smart enough to get the warning. Another bird that Kevin has a much more infuriating relation to is The Goose, who is among those who aren't necessarily indestructible or immune to pain, yet they've managed to get past all of Kevin's defenses just to snatch something out of Kevin's hands, to the boy's frustration. Can you blame him for investing hours into anti-goose traps?
  • While it's not a particularly hostile relationship, Kevin doesn't have any particular fondness of his big family, or the House of Family and Relatives for that matter. For him, his family, while caring at times, it's usually the source of much grief from the likes of them, being annoyed by both siblings and parents, to the point where it played a major part of Kevin's overall distrust toward adults. Due to beginning to prefer the time spent alone, he decided against ascending the other McCallisters as heralds. His perspective baffled Angela Sheehan since on her Christmas days, she would in contrast, hope to reunite with other family members, notably her father. And while she does understand having annoying siblings, she doesn't hold the same negative sentiments that Kevin has with his other siblings like Buzz for example, where she's had a more amicable relation to her own brother Pat. Kevin on the other hand doesn't really say much to address her thoughts since she doesn't understand how unbearable his own family can be at times. Additionally, learning of another kid to willingly live alone, Rynn Jacobs, he ran into the normally secluded girl while looking for more materials in the House of Craft, and from there, had learned of her rather frightening story of losing her own mother and dealing with someone who wasn't just out for her home, but for Rynn herself, on top of the fact that she ended up killing him through potassium cyanide, though not necessarily on purpose. While initially intimidated by her, the idea of accidentally being responsible for the death of their own parent made Kevin feel much sorrow for Rynn.
  • A few deities have caught Kevin's attention to their reputation for stealth and evading traps, specifically Solid Snake, Big Boss, and Raiden, who would all have their own ways of bypassing Kevin's more infamous traps. While Kevin doesn't want to antagonize or experiment on those individuals for the sake of training his designs, given that they're not as dumb as the Wet Bandits and would not appreciate the kid getting in their way, he does observe recordings of their own infiltrations. He hopes to get what he can analyze from said infiltrations in order to make more effective house contraptions that would counter their strategies, for the purpose of hindering those who would use such tactics for immoral motives, of course. And then there's Carmen Sandiego, who decided to take a shot at Kevin's challenge for fun. While she too found traversing Kevin's temple to be difficult, with plenty of moments of barely avoiding or just scraping by some traps, she showed up in Kevin's room holding a few of Kevin's belongings, before putting them down and leaving without stealing anything, but not without stating that Kevin by stating that he would've been an interesting recruit for ACME. With Kevin considering her a Worthy Opponent, he aspires to improve enough to put a blemish on Carmen Sandiego's thieving record.
  • A few victims of Kevin's work had found themselves bound to come back regardless of the effectiveness of the boy's work. Swiper the Fox, due to his compulsion to steal, attempted to sneak in, but always got himself in much pain getting caught by the traps Kevin sets up. Despite it all, he just can't fight the urge to try and come back and steal stuff. Kevin eventually took pity on him and set up a screen which plays a recording of himself saying "Swiper, no swiping!" multiple times, which has fortunately managed to save Swiper plenty of needless suffering. And then there was Salad Fingers, who may or may not have his own reasons for entering Kevin's temple. He may get easily caught and subdued by what Kevin had set up for more sane thieves, but it hasn't scared him off. In fact, Salad Fingers has found the experiences rather pleasing for the most part. The day Kevin saw the tall man happily covered in sharp traps and later learning about who the guy was, many got to hear Kevin's famous scream in person.
  • While startled by the extent to which Kevin is willing to put his opposers through, Jimmy Hopkins does admire the idea of punishing the most stubborn criminals with just enough pain to make them feel regret for their poor moral choices. On top of giving Kevin advice about effective trap designs, and nods to individuals that deserve a bit of what Kevin can create (Gary Smith was plenty miserable about getting painfully ejected from his own temple after Kevin found it), Jimmy also helps Kevin manage his mischievous side, reminding him that he should balance his desire to improve his traps with the acknowledgement that Kevin's creations are at their core a tool of deterring, not eliminating. Another individual capable of much deadlier traps, Karl Fairburne, has also given this advice himself, noting that while his traps are explosive and much more lethal, he's doing it to fend off Nazis and other fascists, and the kinds of people their plans and methods target are different.

    Linus van Pelt 
Linus van Pelt, God Of Security Blankets
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    Mafalda 
Mafalda, Goddess of Youthful Sarcasm
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her World Globe; alternatively, her face
  • Alignment: A really passive flavour of Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Sassy Politically Opiniated Young Girl, Wiser Than Her Age, Absurdly Worldly Child, Innocent Prodigy, "Soupphobia", Shorttank, Tsundere, Little Professor Dialog
  • Domains: Sarcasm, Humour, Children, Opinions, Politics
  • Allies: Daria Morgendorffer, Marzipan, Misty, Garfield, Dennis Mitchell, Eloise, The Powerpuff Girls, Pippi Longstocking, The Kids Next Door, Sector V, Statler and Waldorf
  • Odd Friendship: Charlotte LaBouff
  • Admires: The Beatles
  • Opposed by: Calvin
  • Opposes: Princess Morbucks, any evil authority figure, YHVH (to her dismay)
  • Enemies: Just about everyone that antagonizes the well-being of the Pantheon (at least, going by what she says)
  • Mafalda's constant ranting about how bad the world is should have tired everyone by now, but this never happens since she always peppers her rants with some good sarcasm and as such it never gets boring. Did we mention Mafalda is in elementary school? This is the reason why she ascended.
  • Gets along with Marzipan as she also has really subjects to talk about.
    • Also with Lisa Simpson, though they can't speak much due to her being in the Fallen (However, that doesn't stop Mafalda from sneaking there from time to time). Mafalda actually pities her because she reminds her a little of Libertad.
  • Some believe that Mafalda and Daria are the same person. But those who do those comparisons say that Daria is a grown-up Mafalda, for obvious reasons. They aren't (the most logical reason is that Mafalda would have 30 years of difference to Daria) but both of them seem to get along with each other, possibly because of their similarities.
  • Has an Intergenerational Friendship going on with Statler and Waldorf, mostly because they can appreciate each other's sarcasm and their sense of humour complement each other well. Possibly helped by the fact that Mafalda has her moments of grumpiness herself.
  • Despite being One of the Boys back in her home series, she seems to be getting along with several of the goddesses in the Pantheon. Most prominently, she likes hanging around with Pippi Longstocking and Eloise.
  • She has managed to get along with fellow Comic Strips child god Dennis Mitchell. They really enjoy playing together. However, Calvin still doesn't like her since he finds all girls to be gross.
    • She also seems to like Garfield, though she does find him a little bit too lazy.
  • Really dislikes Princess Morbucks because she reminds her of a villainous Susanita. Though she seems to not mind Charlotte LaBouff even if she also reminds her of her, maybe because she is more nicer and really innocent in her desire to be a princess.
  • Was amused to find out that the tranquilizer Nervocalm from her verse, became a real product. She has been considering to export some and place it into the Treasures since it's very effective.
  • A statue of Mafalda was unveiled in Buenos Aires in honor of her. She was pretty flustered when she heard the news.
  • She's a big fan of The Beatles and because of that, she really loved to find them on the Pantheon. Though she was left cathatonic the first time she saw them.
  • Is against soup in all of its forms. Yes, that includes the SOPA law.
  • Due to her (relatively passive agressive) opposition of adults, the Kids Next Door tried to recruit her. She declined for the moment but she likes to hang out with them and the Powerpuff Girls for being around her age.
  • Was outraged that Woody Woodpecker was not ascended, since it's the best show ever (according to her and and many Latin Americans). She is trying to get him to ascend.
  • Has spent time with the Lone Ranger, as he is the idol of her friend Felipe.
  • Since Mafalda is from Latin America, it goes without question that she was raised Catholic. As such, the young girl was not happy to learn that in Pantheon, the equivalent of the one figure of authority that she never complained about (and even pitied) was evil. Many have tried to convince her that he is not the same god she believes in.
    • However, when she heard that this deity wasn't the true god after all and the actual true god was actually good, she was very relieved

    Yotsuba Koiwai 
Yotsuba Koiwai, Goddess of Cheerful Children (Four-Leaf, 404 Girl)
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbols: A Four-Leaf Clover, or a cicada
  • Theme Song: Yotsuba Wakes Up
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Cheerful Children, Slice of Life, Blank White Eyes, Malapropisms, Face Doodling, Gratuitous English, Expressive Hair, Her Name Means "Clover", Curiosity, Parental Abandonment, Happily Adopted, Childhood Innocence, Energetic Attitudes, Four-Leaf Clovers
  • Domains: Family, Summer, Everyday Life
  • Herald: Mr. Yousuke Koiwai (her dad)
  • Allies: Satsuki and Mei Kusakabe, Cream the Rabbit, Amy Rose, Totoro, Pollyanna Whittier, Most of the House of Happiness, Excel, Sakaki, Ayumu "Osaka" Kasuga, Hello Kitty, Jurai Andou, Enju Aihara, Peppa Pig, Barney the Dinosaur, Teletubbies, SCP-191, Fresh Pretty Cures, Sig, Curious George, Eru Chitanda, Sojiro Sakura, Solid Snake
  • Protected by: The Heroic Protectors of Family, Good Parents of the Pantheon
  • Fears: Nerose Satanael, the Scarecrow, Fiddlesticks, Aya Shameimaru, Nyotengu no Miyama, Scott Shelby, Pennywise, Gilles de Rais & Ryuunosuke Uryuu
  • Yotsuba Koiwai is a 5-year old girl living with her adoptive father in Japan. She's an energetic child with a curious, optimistic outlook on life, and always puts in her all in her everyday life. One day, she and her father moved to a new neighbourhood. There, she has lots of silly, heartwarming adventures with her daddy and the neighbours, the Ayase family.
  • When Yotsuba ascended, Mr. Koiwai was very worried about Yotsuba being without a guardian in the Pantheon, but the Court of the Gods assured him that he could reside in her temple and that they could visit eachother in the Pantheon or the mortal realm anytime they want. While not ascended to godhood, Mr. Koiwai does reside in her temple, looking after and taking care of her.
  • Being the curious child she is, Yotsuba often wanders around the Pantheon searching for something new and exciting to discover. Her father and other good hearted deities like the Heroic Protectors of Family try to protect her from discovering less than savory aspects of the Pantheon and its inhabitants, and prevent her from entering the more dangerous areas. Anyone who tries to harm her will receive a swift comeuppance from them, preferably out of her sight.
  • Danbo is a cardboard box costume made by Miura Hayasaka for a school project. Yotsuba saw Miura wearing the costume and assumed that Danbo was a robot. When Yotsuba ascended, she brought Danbo with her. In the Pantheon, Danbo has been given special magic modifications, so now it can move and behave like a real robot. Yotsuba's often seen traveling and playing with Danbo. Solid Snake sometimes gives her spare cardboard boxes whenever Danbo needs to be repaired.
  • Within the House of Happiness, Yotsuba became friends with Pollyanna, who then introduced her to the rest of the house. She then befriended the rest of the house except for Nerose Satanael, who she finds to be scary.
  • In the House of Children, she befriended the Kusakabe siblings for being energetic, curious, and carefree children just like her. They introduced her to Totoro, who immediately took a shine to eachother. Yotsuba now often hangs out with the sisters and the forest spirit, but she's disappointed that her father cannot see Totoro. She also became friends with Cream the Rabbit, and thought her her Chao companion, Cheese, was really cute. They often like to eat ice cream together. Cream also introduced her to Amy Rose, who also struck a bond with her.
  • Yotsuba and Mr. Koiwai became regulars at Sojiro Sakura's cafe as they like to eat curry. Sojiro and Mr. Koiwai bonded over being single fathers to adoptive daughters, and Mr. Koiwai expressed sympathy towards Sojiro for the difficulties he faced in raising Futaba.
  • It was no surprise that Yotsuba would be friends with Chiyo, Sakaki, and Osaka. She gets along with Chiyo the best, with their innocent, youthful nature, and it isn't uncommon to see both of them hanging out. Yotsuba is amazed that Chiyo managed to enter highschool straight after elementary, and hopes to become as smart as her. Yotsuba initially though Sakaki was scary because of her height, but warmed up to her after seeing her kind, cat-loving self, and she finds Osaka really fun to hang around with her wild imagination.
  • Sometimes, Yotsuba enters the Subhouse of Insects to catch some cicadas. Sig often accompanies her and they compete so see who can catch the most bugs, but sometimes their fun stops short when they face a Zetsuborg or a Guitardo.
  • One of Yotsuba's first friends in the Pantheon were Excel and Enju Aihara, who ended up as her playmates. Mr. Koiwai does has his reservations with them, as Excel works for an evil organization and Enju is infected with a disease that turns people into monsters, so he keeps a close eye on them just in case.
  • Yotsuba gets along with Jurai Andou as he's good with kids, and they use their wild imagination to play pretend with each other. He often serves as her babysitter when Mr. Koiwai's away. Yotsuba was amazed when Jurai displayed his Dark And Dark powers, but Jurai has to assure Mr. Koiwai that his power is mostly harmless after expressing some initial worries.
  • Yotsuba is often associated with four-leaf clover; her hair is even colored and styled like one and her name means "clover"! Yotsuba got excited when she heard of the Goddesses of Clover Symbolism, and wanted to meet them. She then met the Fresh Pretty Cures, and was amazed at their Pretty Cure forms. They became friends, and they sometimes act as babysitters for her.
  • Yotsuba is determined to cheer SCP-191 up and help her open up to other kids. While it's unlikely SCP-191 will be fully rehabilitated and call herself human soon, she does appreciate her presence and considers her a good friend.
  • Yotsuba managed to become close friends with Peppa Pig, Hello Kitty, Barney the Dinosaur, and the Teletubbies. She likes to hop in mud puddles with Peppa, engage in arts-and-crafts projects with Kitty, sing with Barney, watch videos on the Teletubbies tummy televisions, and generally have fun. Mr. Koiwai can't help but think Barney and the Teletubbies look a bit off-putting.
  • One day, Yotsuba and Mr. Koiwai encountered a small,cat-eared creature named Jigglypuff. Surprised by this new audience, Jigglypuff began to sing. Unsurprisingly, both of them fell asleep. When they woke up,they noticed that their faces were covered in marker doodles. Mr. Koiwai could only sigh, as Yotsuba previously doodled a mustache on his face while he was sleeping.
  • Being a curious spirit, it didn't take long for her to become friends other curious gods like Eru Chitanda and Curious George. It's not an uncommon sight to see the three wander around to discover anything strange and interesting in the Pantheon.
  • Yotsuba is frightened by scarecrows and tengu, so she had a nasty shock when she heard that those creatures were alive and living in the Pantheon. As such, she avoids the Scarecrow, Fiddlesticks, Aya Shameimaru, and Nyotengu no Miyama whenever she can, and tries to scare them off if they get too close. The Scarecrow and Aya are confused by her behavior, while Fiddlesticks and Nyotengu find her amusing.
  • There is no one else that scares Yotsuba and her father more than Scott Shelby, Gilles de Rais, Ryuunosuke Uryuu, and Pennywise. While Yotsuba finds their appearances and demeanor frightening, Mr. Koiwai fears them for their reputation of hunting and killing children, and fears that they might target his daughter next.
  • Can also be found in Happiness.
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