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    Blacker Baron 
Blacker Baron, God of Pimp Duds (Black Baron, The Bishop of Blood and Carnage, The Phoenix, Your Favorite Pimp's Pimp, Baron)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His golden teeth spelling out either ★DEATHWATCH★ or F★CK YOU! along with his diamond encrusted name on the back of his coat
  • Theme Songs: Look Pimpin!, So Cold (when pissed off), Days of Old
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Boxing Battler with the occasional Hard Head (once simply a Bare-Fisted Monk), Uncle Tomfoolery/Scary Black Man, Making a Spectacle of Yourself, Villainous Gold Tooth, Pimp Duds, Getting pissed off makes him stronger, Implied Black Face in MadWorld, Rank 1 in Jefferson Island's DeathWatch 2019, They Killed Kenny Again, Sequel Reset as a Bounty Hunter, Friendly Rivalry to Jack Cayman, Super Sexy Fists of Fire
  • Domains: Violence, Fisticuffs, Phoenix Motifs, Pimps, Playas, Pain Purveyas
  • Followers: Pusher-Man, King George, Alabaster Jones, A Pimp Named Slickback, Zimos
  • Herald: Mathilda
  • Allies: Jack Cayman, Big Bull, Bayonetta, Butters Stotch, Kenny McCormick, Cú Chulainn
  • On good terms with: Carl Johnson
  • Rivals: Boba Fett and other bounty hunters
  • Spectated by: Howard and Kreese
  • Enemies: Herr Frederick von Twirlenkiller, Junko Enoshima, Tsumugi Shirogane
  • Opposed by: Jensen Ames, Katniss Everdeen, the good-aligned Danganronpa deities (Tenko Chabashira especially)
  • Pimps, Playas, and Pain Purveyas! Y'all know who he is: The Bishop of Blood and Carnage, Your Favorite Pimp's Pimp, and The Phoenix himself. If you don't, well here's a little crash course. You see, back in the days of Deathwatch he went by the moniker Black Baron (stop starin') and while Howard and Kreese served as the announcers for the entire event he went on to host the BloodBath Challenges for people, like Jack Cayman, to use and rack up points. Every single time, without fail, he unwillingly serves as live demonstration thanks to the assistance of his hoe, Mathilda. Death doesn't stick to the Baron, however, as he always comes back for the next demonstration. Oh, and did we mention he's Rank 1 and the Final Boss of the competition? Against Jack Cayman, the previous reigning champ, it was there he would die his last death... Well, in that universe at least.
    • In another world, now going by Blacker Baron (stop starin') he was actually a Bounty Hunter like Jack Cayman, of whom he has a lengthy history of working with. More to the point, here he's on much more friendlier terms with the Chaser or for a given definition anyways, especially with a man like Jack. While he didn't have to do with the conflict, Baron would eventually be roped into the manhunt for Maximillian Caxton by helping Jack out in his journey. More to the point, he stops him from killing Max when he had him in his clutches and outright threatens to get serious should he go through and betray his client like that. And he would be present for the final battle with Nikolai Dimitri Bulygin when he was out to kill not only Max but also anyone who stood in his way, even if they were his teammates who simply wanted to arrest him personally.
  • There was much deliberation on who would take the empty seat for Pimp Duds. Just then a man bearing an unsightly purple suit and shimmering gold medallion came onto the scene and a woman in shades welcomed him... before suddenly swatting him away with a bat and embedding the poor bastard deep within a wall. Not a moment later two helicopters were seen carrying the real a muscular man in orange duds with golden boxing gloves. Jack Cayman was around to witness him descend from the heavens and smirk when the first thing the Baron asked was a debt the Chaser owed him.
  • Outside of Jack, he easily got along with Big Bull thanks to the boisterous attitudes they bring to the table whether in battle or out. It helps that both were participants in DeathWatch that faced Jack but grew to be comrades in an alternate continuity. Maximillian Caxton was thankful for Baron helping him out as well, especially against his old so-called comrade who tried to execute him while he himself was on the run. Baron only shrugged that off saying that time was free of charge in the end. Anything after that is when he'll start to owe the Bounty Hunter. The Baron also met Bayonetta somewhere along the way during the hunt for Max and fought alongside her. The same friendliness could not be said over Von Twirlenkiller, however, as he still wants to payback Jack for killing him back in Jefferson Island. As a result he has also fought with the Baron although even he had to admit that despite his powers over tornadoes the Baron is one tough sonuvabitch. One the Bloodbath Challenges did not do him justice over.
    • Despite being a host of sorts in DeathWatch he also hasn't really "met" Howard and Kreese. The two were confused when they heard he was friends with Jack now as they left off him them beating the shit out of each other with Baron ending up being used a mandart. Still, the two welcomed his return and seek to commentate over his exploits alongside Mathilda.
    Howard: You know, I was informed he wasn't even black before but look at him! That sure isn't the case.
    Howard: I'm not! I'm just saying—
    Kreese: Fucking racist!
  • Loud, egocentric, arrogant, and vulgar are apt words to describe the Baron. It's because of this attitude that he's barely taken seriously by other people and is often regulated to being the butt of other people's jokes. Especially if it concerns his manhood. His previous reputation as the live demonstration for the Bloodbath Challenges as the Black Baron (stop starin') hasn't done him any favors either. Still, compared to then he's far nicer and sociable than when he was in DeathWatch being an outright ally to Jack now and even empathizing with the loss of his daughter. His relationship with his partner in crime Mathilda here is better too as any implications of him abusing her offscreen and her continuously murdering him are absent now. Even his new Leitmotif Days of Old celebrates True Companions and the ones lost. Still, don't get on the wrong end of his anger, and a quick way of doing this is messing with Mathilda. The moment the first few notes of So Cold come on as he drops his shades is the moment the recipients of his anger should start booking it fast.
  • He always prefers fighting with fisticuffs, and we don't mean your everyday pimp smacks. The Blacker Baron (stop starin') is a brutal boxer and is greatly incorporated into his fighting style alongside some illegal headbutts, kicks, wrestling moves, and moves befitting a Dance Battler. He's even capable of shooting out blasts of energy from his palms and creating exploding vortexes, somehow. Although to be fair even a regular pimp smack from him would probably put a man six-feet under if he decides to hit a little too hard as aiding him are the the Super Sexy Fists of Fire. Acquired from a "pyromaniac sex freak" during one hit, these gloves are able to be cloaked in flame and woe betide anyone who's on the wrong end of his Rapid-Fire Fisticuffs there. Even lumbering mutants fall easily to such a series of vicious blows.
  • Few things can really take the Baron's interest and he was genuinely impressed to learn that a kid like Butters had at one point managed to run a successful prostitution rig. While Butters is no longer interested in being a pimp, and honestly doesn't fully understand what prostitution is to begin with (he thought it's more like a "kissing club"), the Baron is still open to give him additional pointers if he's interested in coming back in the industry. Talent like that is promising.
  • While not a pimp himself CJ once dealt with a pimp named Jizzy who had connections to the drug-dealing Loco Syndicate so he could infiltrate it and stop them the spread of crack. He doesn't have a problem with the Baron, however, as he doesn't deal in that sort of business. Plus, Jizzy was the same pimp Mathilda iced when he tried taking a godly title that was "rightfully" the Baron's.
  • Baron continues his work as a bounty hunter in the Pantheon. He's quite competent as his job like Jack, though his specialties lie in bringing his marks dead. He claims they probably couldn't take the heat he dished out. He makes his rounds with Mathilda in the Hall of Hunters and Slayers as a result as is thus rivals to other bounty hunters like Boba Fett. As usual they don't take him quite seriously, but he'll show them, though. And he doesn't take kindly to people stealing/killing his marks neither. There will be hell to pay for that.
  • His notorious reputation of dying quite a number of times back in Jefferson Island has earned him the attention of Kenny McCormick (who pretty much reigns over the trope) and Cú Chulainn. With the two there's a kinship in being thrown into death's jaws over and over again, it's something that only a few people understand, even with the Pantheon's Death is Cheap rule in effect. Blacker Baron (stop starin') is closer with the latter having been hanging out quite a lot whether it's in getting around with the ladies, fighting, or drinking.
  • Did you know he's has his own brand of liquor? Few if any actually do but apparently he's trying to change that in his offtime in the House of Alcohol and other bars. No word on if he made any substantial progress, however. Other than that he can also be found in the House of Love and Affection trying to make some propositions with some of the ladies there. And just as often you'll find him with an icepack over his nether regions for that very reason. The Baron persists on, however, since a Groin Attack is nothing to him ultimately. One of his first deaths involved him being put into a Turbine Blender. Thirty-thousand Gs...
  • A prominent star in the game of DeathWatch, this has earned him little favor with some of the people who were forced in Deadly Games like Jensen Ames, Katniss Everdeen, and the various Danganronpa gods who participated in the various Killing Games. Like with Jack they are very wary around the Baron as they aren't ignorant to the fact he, like many of the contestants in DeathWatch, actively reveled in the carnage and violence. Still, the Baron doesn't actively antagonize any of them and bears no malice. In fact, sometimes he drops by to simply say high out of simple courtesy depending on where his job takes him. Though his relationship with the Ultimate Akido Master is more strained due to her misandry as sometimes her accusations rile up the Baron. The only reason they aren't flat out enemies is because throwing hands with "Ten-ho" doesn't net him any paper if there's nothing on her head, and wasting time with her wastes time with other actual marks. Like Junko Enoshima and Tsumugi Shirogane, for instance. Their prices are pretty high.
    Kreese: We had a hand in those bounties, by the way. Can't stand those two defiling everything that makes games about murder so fuckin' awesome.
    Howard: I mostly had a hand on our end. You blew the rest on packs of weed.
    Kreese: Money well spent! I still have to smoke twice as much to get high, remember? Collapsed lung?
  • That should be about everything for Blacker Baron (stop starin'). Everything has been over— oh hey Mathilda. What do you mean you want a spot? Well, no, we can't think of any open titles for you to take. And besides, you're already the Baron's Herald so that should be satisfact— where'd you get that bat? Wait... Waitwaitwaitwait! Nononononono awwwwwhhhhh heeeeeeell n
  • "We don't get ridiculed, we get rid o' fools!" *cue Twinkle Smile*

    The Gentleman 
The Gentleman, The Sharp-Dressed God (Daniel Armstrong, Gent, Squarest of the Square)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His tuxedo
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Sharp-Dressed Man, The Ageless, Looks like Fred MacMurray, Flying Brick, Good Parent, Nice Guy, Was willed into existence by Tillie Armstrong, Is based on Tillie's late father Daniel Armstrong
  • Domain(s): Clothing, Flight, Imagination
  • Heralds: Matilda Jane "Tillie" Armstrong (his daughter and creator) and the Young Gentleman (his son and fellow creation)
  • Allies: Asa Martin/Samaritan, Lauren Freed/Winged Victory, The First Family, Cosmos and the GUAG Protectorate Union, Billy Batson/Shazam, Clark Kent/Superman, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Diana of Themyscira/Wonder Woman, Barry Allen/The Flash, Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Astro Boy, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny, Roger Rabbit, Lt. Jimmy Patterson, Manon Batiste, Lt. Mike Powell, Sgt. Jack Barnes, Cpl. Boyd Travers, Sgt. Thomas Conlin, Gunnery Sgt. Francis Evan Minoso, Navy Corpsman James Broderick Sullivan, Pvt. William Gaines, Pvt. C. Miller, Pvt. Polonsky, Sgt. Roebuck, Lt. Randall, Sgt. Bill Taylor, Sgt. John Davis, Tank Commander David Welsh, Pvt. Dimitri Petrenko, Viktor Reznov, Pvt. Robert Zussman, SSgt. Matthew Baker, SSgt. Joseph Hartsock, Pfc. Gary Jasper, Pfc. Timothy Connor, Sgt. Franklin Paddock, Lt. Karl Fairburne, William J. Blazkowicz, Charlie Company, 2nd Ranger Battalion, Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, The Basterds, Elliot Alderson/Mr. Robot
  • Enemies: Johann Schmidt/Red Skull, Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse, Waffen Infantry, Waffen Officers, Waffen Storm Leaders, Nazi Storm Elites, Heer Infanterie, Valkyrie Jager, The Nemesis Squadron, Baron Rudolf von Sturmgeist, Schutzvollstrecker, Major Erwin Konig, Arnold Ernst Toht, General Franz Vahlen, General Heinz Bohm, HYDRA, Judge Doom, the Cogs, Apophis, Orochi, Jörmungandr, The Serpent of Slytherin, Orochimaru, Rattlesnake Jake
  • Complicated Relationship: Teth-Adam/Black Adam
  • Powerful, immaculately dressed, and unfailingly polite, the Gentleman first appeared in Romeyn Falls (later renamed Astro City) in 1942, when he showed up to fight against the Bund-O-Teurs, American Nazi sympathisers with flying tanks. He was willed into existence by a grieving little girl called Tillie Armstrong, whose father, W.P.A. worker Daniel Armstrong, had died trying to protect innocent people from the Bund-O-Teurs' attack. Seemingly ageless, the Gentleman continued to be a fixture of Astro City ever since and has served, over the years, as a spokesperson for the Stay-In-School Foundation, the March of Dimes, and UNICEF.
    • The Gentleman's most notable activities during his early career include his battles with his archnemesis Professor Borzoi. One such battle, in 1946, involved Borzoi creating a Belief Ray and using it at a movie theater to bring a movie monster, a gorilla called Korrga, to life, whom the Gentleman then fought. However, the ray also accidentally brought the cartoon character Loony Leo to life as well, who then helped the Gentleman by smashing the ray, causing to Korrga to vanish. When Leo also started vanishing, the Gentleman saved him by appealing to the crowd to believe in him. Afterwards, the Gentleman had a few adventures with Loony Leo, and also found him a lawyer for when Fago's Funny Features claimed that Leo was their property due to them having created him. On another occasion, Professor Borzoi learned of the Gentleman's origins and kidnapped his daughter Tillie in an attempt to convince her to accept her father's death and let go of the Gentleman, which would also allow her access her full psychic power. Fortunately, the Gentleman found Tillie when she called out to him and successfully rescued her.
    • In the 1950s, the Gentleman teamed up with the Bouncing Beatnik to battle Lord Saampa and his snake cult, in order to prevent them from stealing the Diadem of the Serpent's Eye, a mystical relic that would have unleashed a snake god called the Oubur. This battle was one of the few in which the Gentleman was weakened, and he was saved only through Tillie's intervention. After the battle, the Gentleman destroyed the diadem and hurled the Oubur into space, knowing that, although it wouldn't kill it, it would at least keep it away from harming innocent people. During this time period, the Gentleman had a teen sidekick, the Young Gentleman, who had similarly been created by Tillie, in his case to be the big brother she never had. However, for an unknown reason, the Young Gentleman wasn't around all that long.
  • Many were initially unsure as to how the Gentleman first arrived into the Pantheon, as he just seemed to appear out of nowhere in random locations to save people and similarly vanished whenever he disappeared from view. However, it was noted that a little girl named Tillie had been present in all of the locations he appeared in. When brought to the Main House, Tillie at first confused everyone by displaying awareness of her nature as a comic book character, and then explained her connection to the Gentlemen and called out to him, causing him to appear. Impressed by his pleasant demeanor and immaculate suit, as well as the endorsements of other heroes from his universe, the Main House chose to grant him the title of The Sharp-Dressed God, which he happily accepted.
  • The Gentleman's temple is modeled after the home that the Armstrongs originally lived in. As such, it looks like a regular 1940s house. However, the Gentleman and Tillie are rarely present, as he spends most of his time lending help wherever he's needed, while Tillie is usually out traveling and doing odd jobs throughout the Pantheon.'
  • The Gentleman was, unsurprisingly, quite happy to see Samaritan, Winged Victory, and the First Family, who had ascended prior to him, and they were the first to congratulate him on his ascension. He also quickly allied himself with Cosmos and joined the GUAG Protectorate Union, where he received a warm welcome.
  • The Gentleman is also on good terms with other superheroes such as Shazam, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Spider-Man, and Astro Boy, each of whom strongly reminds him of his fellow heroes from his universe. Shazam in particular has noted a strong resemblance between himself and the Gentleman, and the two first met when they aided each other in stopping their respective enemies together. As a result, Shazam regularly spends time with both him and Tillie. He's also on very good terms with Captain America, and the two bonded over how they had both served as heroes in WWII.
  • His adventures with Loony Leo and advocacy for the rights of toons resulted in the Gentleman swiftly befriending Mickey Mouse, Bugs Bunny, and Roger Rabbit, each of whom appreciate his friendliness and willingness to help whenever possible. He was quite happy to see that, due to the high variety of beings residing in the Pantheon, toons don't experience any particular bigotry or hardships. Unsurprisingly, he strongly opposes Judge Doom and frequently chastises him for wanting to eliminate all toons despite being one himself. Additionally, the Gentleman also regularly clashes with the Cogs, who are constantly at odds with toons and desire to eliminate all humor. Ironically, the Gentleman finds their appearance quite goofy and amusing, which not only annoys them due to their lack of humor, but actually outright hurts them due to their intolerance of humor.
  • Having originally fought against American Nazi sympathisers during World War II, the Gentleman quickly allied himself with the large number of Allied WWII soldiers in the Pantheon. As such, he regularly opposes the various Nazis in the Pantheon. By extension, he also became enemies with HYDRA due to their origin as a Nazi sub-group. While the Allied soldiers were initially bemused and uncertain about his presence, the Gentleman's powers and incredible politeness not only ensured victory in a number of battles, but also greatly improved the morale of the soldiers, making him incredibly popular among them. However, he does tend to disagree on occasion with B.J. Blazkowicz and the Basterds, as their methods for dealing with Nazis are considerably more violent than his own.
  • He's been known to visit Elliot Alderson, the hacker known as Mr. Robot, to offer him aid and emotional support. Elliot views both the Gentleman and Tillie as good souls, and appreciates the kindness that they show him. The Gentleman's nature as an idealized version of Tillie's father has intrigued Elliot considerably, given how much it resembles his own situation with Mr. Robot, his split personality who represents an idealized version of his late father. He has on occasion wondered if it would be possible for Tillie to use her psychic powers to manifest Mr. Robot as a separate entity, but has largely decided against it, as he isn't sure whether the result would be positive.
  • His past encounters with a snake cult has caused him to clash with evil snake gods such as Apophis, Orochi, Jörmungandr, the Serpent of Slytherin, Orochimaru, and Rattlesnake Jake. Aside from Rattlesnake Jake, most of them don't regard him as much of a threat, but are annoyed by his persistence when fighting against them.
  • The Gentleman has a somewhat uneasy relationship with Black Adam. On one hand, he disapproves of Black Adam's brutality towards his enemies, regular teamups with other supervillains, and exceptional ego, but on the other hand, Black Adam's genuine care for the people of his home country and occasional heroism prevents the Gentleman from seeing him as purely villainous. For his part, Black Adam is amused by the Gentleman's politeness and, in spite of his friendship with Shazam, even respects him due to the fact that he knows that the Gentleman would never even consider harming the people of Khandaq and would protect them whenever necessary.
  • Look, Tillie. Can you be a big girl for a little bit? There's some things I need to do. There's still people in trouble. I need to help out some.

    Hat Kid 
Hat Kid, Goddess of Getting Rewarded In Clothing (Some girl, Darling, Cute-As-Heck)
Hey, that's me! Don't I look cute?
  • Rank: Well, people are calling me an Intermediate Goddess thanks to my powerful hats, I guess that? However, they are also saying I can reach Greater Goddess status by my special instant health restoring power I had while fighting Mustache Girl, though I would need help from my friends to make all those Pons. Urgh, this whole ranking system is so confusing...
  • Symbol: Why, my trusty purple top hat of course!
  • Theme Songs: A little tune about a hat in time... What? It IS called "Main Theme" after all... OOH! Here's my spaceship's theme here as well!
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral; I don't wanna go out of my way to be a jerk, but I don't have time to be a hero, either; I've got my work cut out for me already!
  • My list of tropes (I think that's what they call them...): Hecking cute and bratty if I want to be (so what about that?!?), winning lots of clothing that give me powers, Only willing to help out those that would help me, wearing a cape, Using an umbrella to fight, Keeping track of my progress in a diary, Being a snarky yet tough girl!
  • Things I have power over (I wonder just how much power that means...): Space travel, cuteness and collecting pieces.
  • Heralds: Since they couldn't, um... — what'd they say? — "find a trope to ascend Bow Kid for", I was allowed to bring her on as a herald instead. She seemed pretty happy about it! And I'd be crazy to leave Rumbi out of this; he's been with me through everything!
  • Friends: Mario is certainly nice and friendly enough, and so are Cuphead And Mugman and Banjo and Kazooie. Some Saiyans are also impressed with me, as well as those mercenaries wearing the weird and funny hats. Link is willing to help me find my timepieces if they are lost, so that's also cool. Mettaton reminds me a bit of DJ Grooves, so he's fine by me. And hey, Mustache Girl is back, and she seems to have some respect for me now, so that's nice! The Conductor and DJ Grooves seem happy to see me, too! And cool; my contractually obliged BFF, The Snatcher is back! And looks like with The Mafia Of Cooks and crew of the S.S. LITERALLY Can't Sink finally coming here, all my friends are here!
  • Under watch by: The House of Time and Temporality (They better not be reading this!)
  • Enemies: The Devil and King Dice seem rather annoyed with me to say the least. But probably not nearly as annoyed as I am that Queen Vanessa arrived...and of course, The Empress just had to return as well
  • Opposes: I am NOT trusting Queen Elsa or any other ice deity here; I already had my experience with ice from Queen Vanessa, thank you very much!
  • Day 1...: Well, it happened again. My journey back home has been cut short. Apparently, giving Mustache Girl my last timepiece actually meant I am still stuck without a true way home... Thankfully, I managed to find some HUGE weird planet of some kind down below my spaceship and decided to drop in, literally...Everyone around me was shocked and scared as I dropped in without a single scratch on me. Quickly, they whisked me away to some courtroom where they somehow managed to gain and looked at my personal life story. Wait; they know everything about me? Am I being spied on?!? Well, they were impressed with my clothing and hat for some reason, and decided to let me stay there till I was ready to move on, so yay; a place where I can stay and eat for free! They even gave me this profile as some kind of...souvenir, I guess? Feels more like some nerdy way of categorizing stuff to me. Well, anyway; might as well attach it here and keep it updated, just in case.
  • Day 2...: Adventuring into the house of Gaming, I actually came across an odd red mustached man, who is apparently called Mario. He seemed to be rather happy to see, as he says, "another fellow platforming collector." He introduced me to this bear and bird called Banjo and Kazooie, who were glad to see and hear of a new collectathon adventure. While it certainly is AWESOME to be praised, I did have to at least tell them to keep it quiet; I don't want anyone to know of the time-rewinding powers my timepieces possess. Thankfully, they are willing to keep it on the down low, but no word as to the others that heard it, considering that they were silent for a bit before rushing off. It's gonna be a long visit here, huh?
  • Day 3...: Great, some time-travelling people caught wind of my Time Pieces and decided to try and confiscate them! Thankfully, they only stopped because it was my only source of power for my spaceship. The bad news is, I'm not allowed to leave in case some evil deities with space travelling abilities decided to chase me, and they are now keeping my ship under constant watch. Apparently, I'm only allowed to leave once I get a flawless plan to return to my home planet. They better not be watching me sleep, or I may sue! Oh well, at least they were willing to say that if my timepieces do get stolen, some guy called Link would help me retrieve them. It's his specialty, they say.
  • Day 4...: I can't believe it! I got banned from using any kind of cooking utensils from the House Of Food! Apparently, trying to punish Mystery Food X by microwaving it is frowned upon, as it caused the microwave to malfunction and explode. Well, at least they are still willing to take my orders there...
  • Day 5...: Today, I ran into a pair of sentient cups called Cuphead and Mugman. Somehow, the tale of my meeting with the Snatcher had reached their ears (wait, do they even have ears?). They wanted to praise me for managing to defeat him, even if he did steal my hat. They also warned me of their Devil who stole souls of those that lose in a dice game against King Dice, his right-hand man. Well, here's to never meeting the Devil!
  • Day 6...: I met the Devil. Apparently, he decided to confront me about getting my soul back from the Snatcher. Seeing just how small I was, he decided to try and fight me for my own soul. He soon saw first hand just how I managed to fight against the Snatcher. I also got the privilege of seeing him cry and beg for mercy; so I can't say today was a total wash!
  • Day 7...: Apparently, this guy called "Goku" actually saw me one day and was so amazed by my Projectile Badge he invited me over to show it off with some of his friends. I was a bit conflicted at first, but he said there would be free food, and I was sold! It's certainly nice to be rewarded for being awesome!
  • Day 8...: Just when I thought the house of Time And Space was already annoying...Apparently, they are now claiming that they saw me all grown up one day within the house of Knowledge, walking out of a bookstore. I have no idea what they are talking least, I think I don't. Bah, I just hope they don't pull me in for questioning...
  • Day 9...: Why is everyone shaming me for doing something called a dab? I don't even know what that is! I THINK it was what this green dude did before being faced with anger and laughter, but nobody wants to tell me the truth. Whatever is it, it seems like Mario is trying to hide his laughter from me as I keep asking everyone.
  • Day 10...: So I heard there was this cool new place to buy hats in the Pantheon, so I decided to check it out today! However, I ended up holding up the line for a long time and got called out by a group of some older men. Surprisingly, after I decided to look through my entire collection of hats, they must have noticed my hats and decided to drop their hostility towards me. I spent almost the entire day turning down their offers for trading my hats for pieces of metal, buying an "stoat-shack-o" for two refined, and so on...They at least grew to respect my care for my hats at least, so I guess I can't complain. They remind me a bit of the mafia of cooks a bit, especially that big bulky guy...
  • Day 11...: So, apparently, I found out that the Pantheon had an ice section for those that use ice powers...and furthermore, I heard of evil queens living there too. God, I hope Queen Vanessa isn't there. In fact, I rather avoid the house altogether...
  • Day 12...: This weird robot called Mettaton heard of me starring in movies and decided to offer me a spot on his show as a special guest star. Oh, the idea of being a diva again is sooooooo tempting...but I think I would rather wait until I'm certain he won't betray me.
  • Day 13...: Hey; I just found out that Mustache Girl is back! At first, I thought that she would try and fight me to try and steal my timepieces again, but looks like she learned her lesson; at least with stealing my timepieces. She actually was confused as to why I was here of all places, so I told her that I donated one of my timepieces to someone who needed them more than I did, even though I may not make it back home. She quickly realized I gave it to her and thought I wanted it back. I declined the offer, even though I really wanted to get my spaceship up and running, but oh well, she needed it more than I did. Hey, at least she was grateful enough for it that she decided to become my friend again, even if I won't help her be a time traveling crime fighter. Hey, I can't really argue with that...Glad to be friends with you again, Mustache Girl.
  • Day 14...: I ran into two more familiar faces today: the Conductor and DJ Grooves! They sure seemed happy to see me... I just hope neither of them tries to double-cross me again. I can't remember which one of them did; I knew I should've written that part into my diary that night...
  • Day 15...: Looks like there are more people coming here that I know! Are they following me? Well, either way, even if he did try to steal my soul, I'm happy to see the Snatcher back! Helps that he gave me a much better contract this time. Something about me keeping my soul and just acting like a negotiator on his behalf, and he'll protect me in return. Still, it's cool to see him again! I just hope that this doesn't mean Queen Vanessa is coming soon...
  • Day 16...: I just had to open my mouth; didn't I? Looks like Queen Vanessa is here as well. At least I don't have to go to her temple anytime soon...unless some jerks decide to steal one of my timepieces and hide it there! Ugh; I'm just getting cold thinking about it...
  • Day 17...: And my friends keep coming; the Mafia Of Cooks has arrived! Of course, I had to come clean about what I gave Mustache Girl in the end. Obviously, not a lot of people were thrilled about that, but some actually understood why I did it and realized that I still see her as a friend, even if they think she's a bad influence for me. In the end, they still seem to like me, and they sometimes even call me their second boss and act as bodyguards for me! Oh yeah, that reminds me; I should probably apologize to the Mafia Boss for the fact that he ended up in a jar...
  • Day 18...: Looks like the last of my friends ascended: the S.S. LITERALLY Can't Sink and its crew! I missed those adorable little seals~! I hope the captain hasn't figured out I was kinda, sorta...responsible for the Can't Sink, er, sinking. Whoops... I also REALLY hope the Empress doesn't ascend, too...
  • Day 20...: Are you wondering why I skipped day 19? Well, that's because I died in my sleep yesterday before I could write my entry. The Empress apparently came up and killed me in my sleep! UGH! Such a creep! She even stole my timepieces afterwards and mocked me! Thankfully, looks like the House Of Justice won't be bribed by her and are willing to help me when it comes to her. Still, I'm going to have to start sleeping with one eye open...Could she get any worse?
    • Update: THE EMPRESS STOLE MY DIARY! And she blabbed to The Walrus Captain that I was the reason the ship sunk! On the loud speaker no less! ARGH! I HATE HER SO MUCH! Well, at least I was able to make up with him by bringing up his dead mentor as his high priest and explaining why I just had to get that time piece. He even gave me back my diary; yay! Now it smells like smoke; much less yay.
  • Day 21...: I have no idea how to even describe what happened today. I'll probably just leave this diary entry blank and fill it out later, sorry future me! Maybe I know what happened in my diary at the House of Gameplay?

    Kaori Kanzaki 
Kaori Kanzaki, Goddess of Fashionable Asymmetry (Salvare000 - Be the salvation of those who cannot be saved. The Breaker of God, Saint Of The Far East, Fallen Angel Ero Maid)
  • Intermediate Goddess (Greater Goddess when she utters her Magic name)
  • Symbol: Her Nodachi, the Shichiten Shichitou
  • Theme Song: Salvia Farinacea
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Fashionable Asymmetry, Graceful Combat, Attacking with Wires, Aloof Dark-Haired Girl, wielding a BFS
  • Domains: Magic, Swords, Fanservice
  • High Priest: Shima Sakon
  • Allies: Touma Kamijou, Index, Erza Scarlet, Akeno Himejima, Pyrrha Nikos, Shigure Kosaka, Hinagiku Katsura, Kazuma Kenzaki/Kamen Rider Blade, Amakusa Shirou Tokisada
  • Opposed by: Death The Kid (HER CLOTHES AREN'T SYMMETRICAL)
  • She joined the Pantheon after hearing about it from Touma And hopes that she can get close to him.
  • With her ascension it's implied that Touma could join the Chick Magnet Quartet.
  • She doesn't see eye-to-eye with Death The Kid who is constantly trying to "fix" her clothes and she is annoyed by his attempts while because she need her clothes like that for balance
  • She has been cordially invited to join Erza, and Pyrrha's sparring circle because they are impressed by her swordmanship. She doesn't go often due to her being a 'Saint-lvl' fighter, but she was happy to see that the other girls were strong enough to withstand and even counter some of her maneuvers. Still, she doesn't even think of uttering her Magic name during these friendly spars.
  • She holds Himura Kenshin in the highest regard, both for his pacifist views and his undeniable strength, and secretly hopes that one day she may be allowed to learn from him.
  • She once cosplayed as a sexy maid heroine and she still regrets it as Touma occasionally calls her the Fallen Angel Ero Maid to tease her.
  • Issei occasionally confuses her for Akeno due to their similar appearances - they even sound the same. She doesn't let it bother her too much unless Issei tries to touch her which usually ends up with her using Nanasen wires being directed at his groin.
    • Akeno has teased Issei, Touma, and Kaori by occasionally dressing up as the Saintess just to get a rise out of her. Kaori's far from thrilled when she learned about it and tries to keep Touma away from the seductress when possible. Despite this, Akeno is firmly on Kaori' side and roots for Kaori and Touma to hook up - as his mistress of course.
  • She also steers clear of the House of Technology - for her own sake as well as theirs. She doesn't like technology and in return, it doesn't like her either.
    • One day, her "friend"note  stopped working. She was nearly distraught until Touma fixed it for her, much to her relief. She was at a loss as to how to repay him, then a water pipe broke, soaking them both. Many who heard the story are unanimous in declaring that Touma was well-rewarded for his 'misfortune'.
  • She was shocked to hear of Amakusa's ascension to the Pantheon, as he is the patron saint of her former church, and immediately went to meet him. While she was somewhat disappointed to learn of his less-than-ideal acts, she still chose to follow him upon seeing the good man still there. She has made it clear she won't hesitate to challenge him should he fall prey to his desires or a certain 'Ambrosia' again for her loved ones' sakes, however.

    Kon-El/Conner Kent/Superboy 
Kon-El, God of Civvie Spandex (Conner Kent, Superboy, Boy of Tomorrow, The Kid)
  • Intermediate God (Potential for Greater God)
  • Symbol: The House of El.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Troubled, but Cute, Tall, Dark, and Handsome, Genius Bruiser, Started as a Totally Radical Fun Personified Superhero, Clone Angst, Clones Are People, Too, Being Part Human and Kryptonian From Superman's and Luthor's Genes]].
  • Domain: Power, Experiment, Heroics
  • Allies: Clark Kent, Kara Zor-El, Kara Zor-L, Tim Drake, Peter Parker, K', Lois Lane, Krypto, other DC Comics heroes, Shadow the Hedgehog, Mewtwo, Laura Kinney, Amethyst, Ryuko Matoi, Jolyne Cujoh.
  • Enemies: Lex Luthor, Doomsday, Brainiac, Darkseid, Thanos, Bizarro, Rau Le Creuset, Frieza
  • Odd Friendship: Deadpool (mostly one-sided).
  • Wary of: Psychic Deities.
  • Hates: All simian deities but especially the Rajang.
  • Instead of wearing the trademarked color of blue and red, Kon-El instead battles the forces of evil in simple jeans, boot and a shirt with the S shield on it. Connor often shows disdain for more elaborate hero costumes, dismissing them as "monkey suits".
    • There are some who have questioned his title since his New 52 self is wearing a more regular spandex outfit. Of course, since that version is a clone of Clark's and Lois' future child mix with the DNA of their past selves mixed with other alien DNA pretty much make the two very different characters in the end.
  • Superman... was dead, murdered by the mindless monster, Doomsday, and all hope appeared to have died with him. The world needed a Superman again, and Project Cadmus decided that if they couldn't revive the original, they would have to make a new one instead. Cloning was their specialty, but, as Bizarro had proven time and time again, cloning with Kryptonian DNA is no simple task. Lacking the time and breakthrough necessary to make it feasible, they chose to tackle the problem from a different direction: instead of trying to create a perfect clone of the original, they combined his DNA with human DNA, producing a hybrid of the two. He was eventually freed from the labs of Cadmus shortly before the original was resurrected, and has been doing his best to both live up to The Metropolis Kid's legacy and forge his own.
  • Was welcomed with open arms by the rest of the Superfamily. Which also include a super tackle and slobber kiss from Krypto. Even Tim Drake was there to welcome his best friend.
  • His relationship with his "cousin" Supergirl is a little complicated. At the beginning they butted heads until they realized they had more things in common than they thought (such like being super-powered, hot-headed teenagers trying to fit in). It helps that Kara is good friends with Superboy's girlfriend, Cassandra Sandsmark (a. k. a. Wonder Girl II).
  • While it's obvious that Conner is a clone of Supes, he also has the DNA of Lex Luthor, Superman's archenemy. Finding out that he was a Luthor did cause Kon a great deal of pain, as he now has the lineage of two great men; one good, the other evil.
  • It should be noted that Conner's power mostly comes from his tactile telekinesis, TK that comes from making physical contact on objects to move, that provided him his strength, durability, and flight. However, he has developed genuine Kryptonian powers like super strength, durability, speed, heat vision, x-ray vision, super breath, and super hearing.
  • Became friends with both Mewtwo and Laura Kinney as they are also clones who have angst over it. Interesting, some members of the House of Love have ship Kon with Laura together. Though, it pales compare to the people who ship him with Tim.
    • He has also made friends with Shadow, Ryuko, and Amethyst as they were all purposely created to be used for nefarious means.
  • Has been trying to avoid Deadpool, who wants to be buddy buddy with Conner since the two share a voice base. So far, the Merc with a Mouth always finds him no matter where Conner hides.
  • For some odd reason, some of the Disney deities expect him to be a bit more flamboyant and start singing at random moments. Conner doesn't understand why.
  • Is very wary around psychics, especially those with mind controlling abilities. This is because he had a bad experience with his former girlfriend, Miss Martian, who used her telepathy on him during a fight.
  • Conner really hates monkeys, gorillas, and apes. This stems from an illusion trick by the Joker. So Conner tries to stay clear away from all simian deities, whether good or bad. Though, he did have an encounter with the Rajang that destroyed most of the Pantheon.
    • Funny enough, that would make Kon the good counterpart towards Frieza of monkey hating.
  • To the surprise of some, Conner is way smarter than he looks. He often visits the house of Technology to tinker with stuff. The Luthor genes are good for something.
  • He really would like people to stop questioning him on whether or not he really did fantasize about his cousin Kara.
  • Is very protective of Krypto. So if something bad would to ever happen to him, Conner wouldn't like it very much.

    Max Heart Pretty Cures 
Nagisa Misumi, Honoka Yukishiro, and Hikari Kujou, Triumvirate Godddesses of the Frills of Justice (Nagisa: Cure Black, Natalie Blackstone | Honoka: Cure White, Hannah Whitehouse, The Queen of Knowledge | Hikari: Shiny Luminous | Collectively known as "Pretty Cure")
The Pretty Cures in their transformed state. From Left to Right: Cure Black, Shiny Luminous and Cure White.
  • Intermediate Goddesses (Both Nagisa and Honoka were previously Lesser Goddesses)
  • Symbol: The Pretty Cure Symbol
  • Theme Song: Danzen! Futari wa Pretty Cure!
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Destiny, Dream, Pact, Storm
  • Heralds: Mepple, Mipple, Pollun, and Lulun
  • Allies:
  • Evil Counterpart: Oriko Mikuni
  • Enemies: Joker, Queen Beryl, Death Phantom, The Death Busters, The Dead Moon Circus, Chaos, The Incubators, Fused Zamasu, The Chaos Kin, Toffee, Shocker, Yapool, HYDRA, The Heartless, Xehanort's Incarnations, Vanitas, Majin Buu, The Lich, Lord Voldemort, The Beast, Moro, Alien Empera, Lord Tirek, Kefka Palazzo, Nightmare, Lucifer, King Sombra, Queen Chrysalis, Nightmare Moon, Mina Loveberry, HIM, Tenebrae
  • Honoka and Nagisa were once two regular eight-graders. However, Nagisa made a wish on a shooting star one day and came into contact with Mepple, who was on the run from the Dusk Zone. Eventually meeting with Honoka, who has Mepple's partner, Mipple, they used the fairies' power to transform together into Cure Black and Cure White in order to better defend themselves and put a stop to the sinister plans that the Dusk Zone had. Some time after the defeat of the Dusk Zone, the Queen of Light had to shatter her own essence and scatter the pieces to Earth. Having to become Pretty Cures once more, Nagisa and Honoka, aided by Hikari, who was a part of the Queen of Light, had to put a stop to the remnants of the Dusk Zone, who were seeking a way to revive the Dark King. In the end, instead of remaining part of the queen, Hikari ended up becoming a separate being and started living a new life on Earth as a human.
  • Cure Black and Cure White were originally the Goddesses of Wonder Twin Powers. However, the Court of the Gods chose to give them the Frills of Justice trope instead because they thought that trope didn’t fit them well enough.
    • A prime reason for this was the discovery of Shiny Luminous, (who was once a mortal follower of Rise Kujikawa) a partner who joined them in the latter half of their story, as well as a growing movement by the ascended Pretty Cures to get as many of their ranks into the Pantheon as possible following their first ever canonical meeting. Nagisa and Honoka were very happy to see their friend ascend.
  • Once thought they overheard Usagi Tsukino saying that she and her friends were going to fight the Dark King. Concerned, they asked her about it and she told them that it was Queen Beryl and the Dark Kingdom that she and her friends were battling against, not the enemy the trio is familiar with.
    • One day, the trio and the Senshi were hanging out when Chibiusa and Hikari started talking about how they were both forgotten by everyone except for their friends, family and enemies upon being abducted by their foes. However, Hikari realizes that Chibiusa had it worse as not only was she kidnapped, but also turned into Death Phantom’s dragon through Mind Rape, Fake Memories and More than Mind Control. The Trio have been opposing Death Phantom, seeing him as more vile than even the Dark King.
    • As for the Death Busters, they have come to blows with them many times since the evil organization arrived. Things instantly became personal when Kaolinite appeared, overpowered Mepple and Mipple and planted Daimons in them, causing them to take over their bodies until they were defeated by the Cures.
    • They are legitimately afraid of Queen Nehelenia, the leader of the Dead Moon Circus, as not only are her curses very deadly, but the only way to remove them is with Mamoru’s Golden Crystal. They believe that Nehelenia plans on disposing of him at some point so she can cast curses without them being removed at a later time. The Sisterhood has taken notice of this as well and are trying to better protect Mamoru so that the worst doesn’t happen. Hikari believes that it is only a matter of time before the Queen of the Dead Moon makes her move.
    • They are also enemies with Chaos as it created Queen Metalia, Death Phantom, Pharaoh 90 and Queen Nehelenia, who are all aspects of it. It really doesn’t help that Chaos is an Omnicidal Maniac. However, the three are smart enough to know that they don’t stand a chance against Chaos on their own and they don’t try to fight the beast without help. They know that attempting to do so would simply be Too Dumb to Live.
  • Had never formally met the Spawn of Pierrot, Joker, before...until they decided to hang out with Madoka, who had quite recently gotten her Magical Girl powers back. Joker's response was to try to break her into turning into Kriemhild Gretchen for shits and giggles. He appeared and immobilized the trio before slamming Madoka with a Breaking Speech. Nobody knows what he said, but rumors say that it was so bad that villains and heroes alike actually pulled an Enemy Mine to kick his ass. Madoka and the three aren't saying anything either, though its clear that Nagisa and Honoka are pissed at Joker.
  • Both Nagisa and Honoka feel uneasy whenever they are around Oriko and Kirika, because they feel like they are dark mirrors of themselves and that often makes them clash with the other duo. However, they are willing to pull an Enemy Mine with them against the more monstrous foes they've made in the Pantheon like Wiseman, who once Mind Raped Oriko into trying to destroy the Pantheon, empowering her with some Dark Energy from the Malefic Black Crystal to make her more powerful than she was before yet loyal to him. It really isn't hard to see why Oriko declared Wiseman an enemy once Cure Black, Cure White, Hikari, The Sailor Senshi, Tuxedo Mask and even Kirika worked together, broke his control over her and got rid of the Dark Energy as well as all memory of his manipulations.
  • The Chaos Kin got on their shitlist when it not only escaped from its temple, but also stole Honoka’s soul with the desire to consume it and retreated into the Chaos Vortex, creating hordes of Angels and Demons to attack Nagisa’s brother as a distraction to cover its escape, much to her fury and Hikari’s horror. With the aid of Pit and Palutena, they managed to enter the Chaos Vortex, destroy the Angels and Demons, fight through the hordes of enemies the Chaos Kin created and defeated it, saving Honoka’s soul.
  • Like most magic users, they have been warned to stay the hell away from Tirek due to his ability to steal magic. However, they have had to aid some deities to prevent Planet Eater Moro from breaking him out of his temple on occasion, something that he does succeed at sometimes.
  • Understandably horrified by the existence of the Incubators, though none moreso than Honoka, who found the idea of becoming a Magical Girl to be exciting. They pity the Puella Magi for all of the shit the Incubators put them through. Nagisa, Honoka and Hikari have been opposing the Incubators because of this. However, given the Incubators, there weren’t many who cared about their opposition.
  • Given their foes sent Weekly Monsters, they are at odds with the aforementioned Queen Beryl, Death Phantom, Death Busters, Dead Moon Circus, Chaos and Joker. Yapool, Alien Empera and Nightmare are also enemies for this reason. The omnicidal goals of the Alien Empera and Yapool only made things worse.
  • As one of their enemies, the Dark King, was the personification of Destruction, they have come to blows with Omnicidal Maniacs of all shapes and sizes like The GUAD, The Lich, Majin Buu and Zamasu, among others. They are particularly horrified by Zamasu as he used to be a pure being before becoming the depraved Hate Sink he is today.
  • Befriended Futuba Sakura after they teamed up with The Phantom Thieves of Heart and many other Magical Girls to take out hordes of Unversed that Vanitas had sent after the Magical Girl Sisterhood. Obviously, Vanitas wasn't very happy with their interference. They've also met Tomoyo Daidouji and hang out with her sometimes.

    Rose (Street Fighter
Rose, Goddess of Impractically Fancy Outfits (Card of Destiny, Soul Power Savant)
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbols: Her Tarot Cards and Scarf
  • Theme Songs: Eyes of Mysterious Manipulation (The Colosseum I, Port of Genoa, Arcane Fox or Return to Alpha in dramatic battle), Scala
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Inspired By Lisa-Lisa, Kicking Ass in All Her Finery, Anime Hair, Tarot Troubles/Tarot Motifs, Foreign Fanservice, Fortune Teller, Uses Her Scarf As A Weapon, Everything Sounds Sexier In Italian, Lady of War And Black Magic, Soul Power
  • Domains: Tarot Cards, Fortunetelling
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch, Setsuna Meioh/Sailor Pluto
  • Enemies:
  • Headbutting Heroes: with Iori Yagami and Roberta
  • The Genoese fortuneteller has set up shop in the Pantheon following her ascension. Of course, this also means that she can resume her pursuit of M. Bison and finally purge the Pantheon of his taint.
  • While Rose is a walking Doom Magnet in most her endings, she does catch a break in breaking Cammy free from Bison's influence and thanks to Guy rescuing her in the end. This also led to rumors about her and Guy being an item. However, both Rose and Guy state that the rumors were false. On top of that, Guy is a Happily Married man. And there was that time when she turned Pyron into a Tarot Card...
  • Jotaro and Jolyne, two members of the infamously flamboyant Joestar family, happened to meet Rose while visiting the House of Personal Appearance. Rose is a dead ringer for Jotaro's great-grandmother and Jolyne's great-great-grandmother, Elizabeth 'Lisa-Lisa' Joestar, from her manner of dress to using a spiritual martial art and her scarf while fighting, so it's no surprise that Rose has found two new allies in them, though their first conversation was a bit rocky thanks to Jolyne's rough attitude and Jotaro's even pricklier personality. Ironically enough, one of Rose's alternative costumes is extremely similar to Lisa-Lisa's own outfit, which did not go unnoticed by Jotaro or Jolyne.
    • While Jotaro and Jolyne were the first Jojo characters to meet Rose, Joseph and Caesar just so happened to meet Rose on a separate visit. Initially, they thought their master and Joseph's mother had somehow ascended to the Pantheon without them knowing, but were mildly disappointed to find out it was Rose instead. Still, they respect Rose greatly for her skills in fighting and her tough history, even though Joseph is a bit slow to show his admiration.
  • It was also rumored that Rose herself was behind the prophecy regarding Shinnok and his downfall at the hands of Raiden and the Cage family. Rose had nothing to do with that one, nor the one which resulted in Sasuke Uchiha hooking up with Sakura Haruno.
  • Chizuru Kagura serves as Rose's high priestess. When Rose detected the Orochi taint within Iori Yagami, it was Chizuru who had stayed Rose's hand, as Iori helped saved the word from Orochi during the 1997 KOF Tournament. Trusting in the judgement of her high priestess, Chizuru leaves Iori be.
  • Johnny Cage visited her temple, with the question of whether or not he and Sonya would get back together. Rose did not bother to look into her cards, but she did give Johnny some advice.
    Rose: That is up to both you and General Blade.
  • Rose is credited with Cammy's Heel–Face Turn (in the UDON comics, at least) and sees a lot of Cammy in Roberta (formerly Rosarita Cisneros). As Roberta seeks redemption from her blood-soaked past, she paid a visit to Rose's temple, receiving this intonation.
    Rose: You seek absolution from your past. Your future lies with the Lovelace family, and its young master. Protect him with your life, for your redemption lies with him.
  • Similarly, she also encountered the Spirit Medium known as Kat, from a universe controlled by conspiratorial demons, whose mood was quite morose. After they sat down and talked, it was clear that Kat's ordeal in stopping said demons had left her depressed because one of the men she assisted and trusted turned out to be a usurper of power himself. Fortunately, due to the familiar names of the men in question, Rose was able to glean some particular wisdom about the nature of Kat's universe, leading her in a certain direction.
    Rose: The half-demon hybrids, Dante and Vergil, are present in the Pantheon. However, these are not the same brothers you once knew. They are the ones who were meant to be present, the true Sons of Sparda. Your world came adapted from theirs. Seek them out if you wish to resolve your troubles.
  • Upon finding out that bathing is one of her pastimes, Jiraiya snuck into her temple hoping to catch a glimpse of Rose in the buff. The writer of Icha Icha instead found himself on the receiving end of Rose's Illusion Spark upon being discovered, right before being punted out of her temple. His response when questioned by Minato and Naruto? "It was worth it." The self-proclaimed Super-Pervert is now banned from entering Rose's temple, on pain of being gelded by Jolyne.
  • Once foresaw that Team Plasma would be active in the Pantheon and that a fellow fortuneteller from Guy's neighboring Hall of Clothing Theme would be seeking refuge at her temple to escape their attack. The day it finally happened, she already knew what was coming; not only did she have her student Menat with her to help out, she told Chihaya as well as Hifumi Togo to get in before receiving any explanation. It turned out Team Plasma were attacking friends of the Phantom Thieves of Hearts as retaliation for putting out a Calling Card on their leader. Sure enough, Plasma Grunts ventured out to her Hall, at which point she and Menat proceeded to demonstrate their powers at the would-be assailants' expense. Shortly after this event, Hifumi and Chihaya both would leave the Pantheon for their own safety.

    The Zombies (Plants vs Zombies
"The zombies are coming!"

The Zombies, Undead Army of Zombies in Silly Outfits
An almanac depicting all the Zombies in the first game. There are more as seen here
  • Demideities to Intermediate Gods
  • Symbol: A tie, a Traffic Cone, a Metal Bucket and a Brain
  • Theme Songs: Ultimate Battle and Cerebrawl
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil, sometimes Chaotic Neutral (or Chaotic Hungry)
  • Portfolio: Polite enough to warn about their attacks, Badass Army, Want to eat brains, Mad Eye, Come in different shapes and flavours, The Noseless, Some of them are animals, Have greenish skin, Zombie Gait
  • Domains: Undead, Brains, Warfare, Hunger, Invasion, Clothing
  • Allies: Dr. Zomboss (Their superior), The Scourge, Arthas Menethil, Night's King, Zhaitan
  • Enemies: The Bloom and Doom Seed Co. Plants, Crazy Dave, anyone from a Zombie Apocalypse setting, The House of Plants, Michael Jackson, Donnel, The Brainspawn, the ascended Griffin and Kryuger Tactical Dolls, Killer Bean
  • Zombies tend to be an every day occurance when a Zombie Apocalypse but there are times where those same zombies may be dressed in very unusual ways. This particularly group of Zombies tend to be dressed in brown coats with a tie and whatever remained of the rest of their clothing but others will be more unusual, such as those who dress as athletes. And that's not even the weirdest part, since these Zombies tend to go against Plants that are designed to defend their owner's home and prevent the zombies from eating the owner's brain. Led by Dr. Zomboss, these Zombies entered the Pantheon one day after their superior unleashed them in several houses, which forced several groups to contain them and give them an official title to prevent a catastrophe from happening.
  • The Zombies while having different builds and abilities, can be usually defined in three important groups: Zombies, the standard unit and this one can come in different shapes and forms, from regular zombies (who can occassionally wear a Traffic Cone or a Bucket as means of protection) to zombies that are football players or can drive vehicles such as a Zamboni (the titular Zomboni). Imps are smaller zombies though equally as dangerous and they tend to be more creative in how they try to disrupt the enemy defenses, usually coming with bigger threats. And lastly, Gargantuars are the biggest and more powerful type of Zombie that isn't Dr. Zomboss himself, these gigantic brutes can take a lot of punishment and come with an Imp that they will usually throw if they are enraged. There are also a few miscellaneous zombies that don't fall into any of the aforementioned groups, sometimes the Zombies can employ zombie animals or even robots to their benefit.
  • The first thing the Zombies attempted was to invade the The Temple of Insert Name Here, who they believe is the owner of the Plants that keep twarting their plans. Then they learned that the plants from the Bloom and Doom Seed Co. were actual deities on their own right who before the Zombies arrived were busy dealing with some unwanted invaders in the House of Plants and once word got out that the Zombies from their universe had arrived, the Plants quickly set up defenses. It's only natural that they would be banned from the House of Plants considering how they tend to target plants first before proceeding against their human targets.
  • Deities that come from any Zombie Apocalypse have found these Zombies to be quite strange. While at first they are pretty slow and have a one-track mind regarding eating, they can be quite dangerous in their own right, particularly the Gargantuars. Plus, some of the Zombies are smart enough to use tools at their disposal and even weapons in certain case, as there are a couple of Zombies that are classified as soldiers that can attack like any regular human being could (which forced the Plants to adapt).
  • During their first days in the Pantheon, the Zombies have tried to get themselves familiar with the other undead of the Pantheon. Dr. Zomboss was already very familiar with a few of the top dogs like the Lich King and the Night King, leaders of an undead army themselves. In particular the Zombies have sometimes been seen working alongside the Scourge often, who while a far more serious threat have worked particularly well with the Zombie and their power could finally allow them to finally feast on some human brains.
  • They have tried their best to recruit more undead in their quest of eating brains and came accross Zhaitan, a powerful undead dragon with incredible necromantic powers that could prove useful against the Plants, his penchant for reanimating undead fauna is just an added bonus, since the Zombies already have plenty of undead animals in their arsenal (except the Wild West Bull, somehow that turned out to be a robot).
  • As stated before, Zombies can come in many forms but one of the more notable ones are for their use of some peculiar head-protective gear, mainly traffic cones and metal buckets. The presence of Buckethead Zombies have made some deities believe Donnel is somehow related to the Zombies even though he has said otherwise and that he has also got in trouble with Dr. Zomboss because of that.
  • Given that Zomboss managed to piss off Killer Bean and the latter is somehow on friendly terms with Crazy Dave and the Plants, the Zombies have been continously targetted by the Bean and not even their most intelligent and tough units have been able to neutralize him (even Gargantuars are no match for him). Some Zombies, like the soldier units, have even tried to shoot him but have had no success in subduing him. And the zombies don't have a good track record when it comes to dealing with beans.
  • One of their zombies used to resemble Michael Jackson, but was later changed to a Disco Zombies after some legal disputes. The King of Pop himself found it to be an adorable portrayal, even if he isn't exactly on board with brain eating zombies. While they are good sports about dancing and and as such sometimes like to invite Michael to dance with them, he knows better than to trust the Zombies.
  • While generally considered a menace, there is one good thing the Zombies are responsible for and that's going after the Brainspawn. The two factions are constantly attacking one another and many of the Brainspawn have been devoured by the Zombies after several attacks, which many of the Pantheon are glad that at least each are locked into a never-ending conflict. The Brainspawn have even tried to convince the Plants to help them get rid of their arch-enemies, but the Plants would rather not get involved and instead let the Zombies and Brainspawn take each other out.
  • Besides the Plants and the Brainspawn, another faction that tends to get into fight with the Zombies are the Griffin and Kryuger Tactical Dolls. The dolls have plenty of experience fighting undead but their disdain for Dr. Zomboss is what makes the emnity fairly personal, as he is a reminder of groups like the KCCO and the fact that they are robots makes it much harder for the Zombies to chomp them down (not for the lack of trying). The fact that the Zombies have also used robots (not just in the Far Future but even in other timelines) bothers the Tactical Dolls tremendously.
  • Many have wondered, if they really want to eat brains, why haven't they gone after Zomboss? Given that he has a very noticeable brain in his head, it's perplexing the Zombies remain loyal to Zomboss, though some think his might just be too rotten or the Doctor is way too dangerous to betray.
  • Can also be found in Zombies.

Lesser Gods

    Anna Henrietta 
Duchess Anna Henrietta, Goddess of Elegant Dresses and Gowns (Duchess of Touissant, Anarietta, Lady Duchess, Her Enlightened Ladyship)
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her Numerous Gowns
  • Theme Song: Blood and Wine
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Royal Brat Turned Benevolent Duchess Who is Beloved by Her People, The Abel to Her Sister Sylvia's Cain, Duchess Incognito, Reasonable Authority Figure (when her sister isn't involved), Active Royalty
  • Domains: Royalty, Sisters, Gowns
  • Herald: Sylvia Anna (her formerly estranged sister)
  • Allies:
  • Rival: Queen Cersei Baratheon, Daenerys Targaryen
  • Annoyed By: King Robert Baratheon, Zeus
  • Worthy Opponent: Lord Tywin Lannister
  • Opposed By: All evil deities in the House of Food (due to the wine)
  • Opposes: Carmen Sandiego, Isabela of Rivain, Kasumi Goto (for trying to steal the wine recipes)
  • Enemies: Eredin Bréacc Glas, Tzeentch, Gilgamesh
  • Pities: Aerys II Targaryen, Liu Kang and Princess Kitana
  • Toussaint — a small, mountainous duchy located within the Nilfgaardian Empire, famous for its wine, thanks to the fertile volcanic soil. Today, the people of Touissant are rejoicing as their leader, Duchess Anna Henrietta, has ascended to the Pantheon.
  • Geralt of Rivia and his former protégé (who is also her cousin) Ciri are present to greet Anna upon hearing of her ascension. Anna wasn't surprised to see Geralt, but she was very much surprised to see her cousin alongside him. For Anna, the most important thing is family.
  • While she is adored and beloved by her people, Anna is not without her flaws:
    • In her youth, she was known to be quite the prankster, until one day one particular prank resulted not only in tragedy, but also resulted in her elder sister's exile. It's also for this reason that she hates both Gilgamesh and Tzeentch with a passion, as two of the outcomes involve Syanna dying, either by the claws of a jilted vampire or via a crossbow bolt to the throat after killing Anarietta herself, which were influenced by the both of them. Fortunately, Geralt managed to help build bridges once broken and the two sisters have reconciled. While she had to see Syanna judged for her crimes in their homeworld, ascending to the Pantheon allowed her to give her sister a probationary second chance; thus, Sylvia Anna is a servant in her temple for the foreseeable future.
    • Her rather unhappy marriage to Rajmund, the Prince of Touissant, led her to having an affair with a minstrel known as Dandelion. When Rajmund found out about the affair, he vowed to force-feed Dandelion's heart to his wife after he cuts it out of said minstrel's chest. Fortunately for Anna, her husband succumbed to sickness before he could carry out the threat. Unfortunately, Dandelion still had a roving eye, and when Anna found out about his other infidelities, he made himself scarce, lest he suffered her wrath.
  • Anna became very popular in the Pantheon due to the Festival of the Vat, said to be the most important of holidays celebrating the end of the harvest and beginning of the wine-making season in Touissant. In this feast, two scantily-clad maidens — The Fair Beauties — are carried into traditional barrel wine vats by enthusiastic men — The Youths — where the former crush the grapes underneath their feet, accompanied by an ongoing celebration featuring crowds, music, and performing jugglers.
  • With the introduction of Touissant wine into the Pantheon, Anna not only is bringing in more cash by selling the wine to the other deities and their places of business, but she's also made not only friends, but enemies as well, not only being a successful female monarch, but also becoming even more wealthy.
  • As he is fond of wine, it's no surprise that Anna has made an ally in Bacchus, given what his position is in the Pantheon. The personal endorsement from the Greek deity wasn't too shabby either.
  • With Bacchus' endorsement, the House of Commerce has taken an interest in Touissant wine. Negotiations are underway between the House of Commerce and the duchess in regards to the sale of Touissant wine.
  • Both her wine and beauty have gotten the attention of several deities from Westeros, primarily King Robert Baratheon, his wife, Queen Cersei, her father, Lord Tywin and Tyrion, all for different reasons.
    • In Robert's case, he had a taste of Touissant wine and to him, it tastes better than the Reach's famous Arbor Red. That, and he tried — and failed — to seduce Anna, be it his more younger self or his older, fat self.
    • While she likes the wine, Cersei hates Anna, as she is the diametric opposite of her, despite being the leader of a small duchy. Whereas Anna is loved, Cersei is anything but. Basically, Anna, to Cersei, reminds her in some cases, of Margaery Tyrell. When Cersei snidely commented that Anna wouldn't last for a day playing the game of thrones, Anna's reply was short, but spoke volumes:
  • Really, really dislikes Zeus for trying to seduce her. She's one of the very few who has refused his advances. Oberyn Martell, on the other hand…
  • Not on good terms with some of the more infamous members in the House of Crime, primarily Carmen Sandiego, Isabela of Rivain, and Kasumi Goto. All three tried to steal the secret recipes of Touissant wine...only to find out that what they actually stole was not the recipe for wine, but a note from Anna herself, which read Nice Try.
  • Through Tyrion, Anna has met Daenerys Targaryen. While there is a rivalry between the two women, there is a mutual respect that both women share. Anna respects Dany's ambition to reclaim the Iron Throne (and Tyrion being the voice of reason), while Dany respects Anna for being an effective ruler. When Dany is not taking notes from Aragorn, she is seen with Anna.
    • While Anna respects Dany, her father is another story. While Dany managed to avoid the infamous Targaryen madness, even she thinks that Aerys II is nuts.
    • When news hit from Westeros that Dany had burned down King's Landing, innocent citizens included, despite Cersei's surrender, Anna wept in sadness. The next time the two met in the Pantheon following her mortal death, Anna confronted Dany on her actions. Daenarys ranted about her desire to free everyone after all the injustice she's seen, almost completely oblivious to the Cavalry Betrayal she just committed already. She's been barred from ever visiting Beauclair again.
  • Padmé Amidala is a deity which Anna respects a great deal. While her flaw was to fall in love with Anakin Skywalker, Anna is very impressed with Padmé's exploits back when she was Queen of Naboo and later, its senator. She is not impressed with how Anakin allowed himself to be played for a fool by Palpatine.

    Elissa Powers/Empowered 
Elissa Megan Powers, the Bound and Gagged Goddess (Empowered, Emp)
  • Lesser Goddess (Quasideity when her suit's torn)
  • Symbol: A ball gag
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Her powers entirely come from her suit which is an Empathic Weapon, gets no respect regardless, Reluctant Fanservice Girl, Plucky Girl, Vapor Wear, Distressed Damsel but can sometimes rescue herself, Combo Platter Powers
  • Domains: BDSM, Good, Liberation, Heroism, Torture
  • Allies: Diana of Themyscira/Wonder Woman, Lisa & Ally, Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Ryuko Matoi and Senketsu, Satsuki Kiryuin
  • Rivals: J.J. Jameson
  • Enemies: Akasha the Queen of Pain, Libby Chessler, Scanty and Kneesocks
  • Fears: Issei Hyodo
  • Not to be Confused With: R. Mika
  • Pities: Barbara Ann Minerva/Cheetah
  • Odd Friendship: Asterix
  • Never in her wildest dreams did Elissa believe that she could achieve god status. And yet she managed to do so in behalf of the superhero community. It all happened when she visited the House of Heroes. She happened to see Wonder Woman and Cheetah engage in a battle on the outskirts. Barbara managed to entrap Diana in her own Lasso of Truth. Luckily, Empowered found a decent distraction by trying to talk her out of sparing Wonder Woman. While it didn't truly convince her, it allowed Diana to free herself and escape. Both hope to try and redeem her.
    • Empowered was subsequently ascended shortly afterwards. She was shocked that her favorite superhero has a similar weakness to bondage. Diana cleared things up, saying while she no longer loses her powers when bound, she does owe her existence to bondage lovers. She has since become a mentor, helping her to improve her confidence.
    • Turns out there are many superheroes in the Pantheon who are constantly bound, most notably Nightwing, Billy Batson, Black Canary and Zatanna. All of those heroes now invoke her blessings to get out of their bounds.
  • Emp had reason to be nervous when she first entered the House of Heroism. The superheroes of her world were condescending towards her and did nothing to help her plight. It turns out the heroes in the Pantheon were much more friendly towards her, much to her surprise. In fact, they were aghast at the details Empowered explained about her teammates. As the God of Superheroes, Superman promised to set things straight with them.
  • Most villains dismiss of her as a threat, and in most cases they are right. If one were to strip her of the super suit she would be easy pickings. But one should underestimate her at one's peril. She has come up with inventive ways to defeat her foes. If she has a really bad day, don't be surprised when you end up beaten to a pulp.
  • Emp wanted to make this perfectly clear; being tied up is NOT a turn on for her. She can understand how it could be for others, but she and her boyfriend Thugboy do not engage in that stuff. With that said, she is kinky for other activities. Ally and Lisa were glad to give the couple advice on how to have fun.
  • Her arch-nemesis in the Pantheon appears to be the Queen of Pain. She has long waited for a new toy to play with, and what better person than someone known for being tied up. To her surprise, Emp has a decent record against her.
  • It's said that her greatest weakness is not having her suit torn, but lack of confidence. Melkor tested this out by asking Libby to start a smear campaign against her. She Alpha Bitch sent a scathing audio tape to J.J. Jamerson that she enjoys being tied up. The news spread like wildfire. It appeared to be working as she was far less effective as a superhero. Luckily, Peter Parker did some investigating and found out she had forged the video. While rumors persist, the editor was forced to apologize on his paper. She has since regained her confidence... at least to where it usually is.
  • Elissa stated that she wants no business with Issei. Despite on the side of good, she knows there will be a situation when he accidentally use his Dress Break technique. It would be best that villains have one less way to destroy her suit.
  • You would think that you were the only one with a sentient suit, but Ryuko decided to pay her a visit to prove her otherwise. The Goddess of Chainmail Bikinis stated to be thankful that Emp's suit at least isn't a Snark Knight. Is not that big of a fan of Satsuki, though she's relieved she has company with people with ridiculous outfits.
  • She can tell that there's a similarity between her and Rainbow Mika, though she has no intention of replicating her Flying Peach attack. The wrestler responded by inviting her to a wrestling ring. Emp ended up enjoying the experience as the crowd loved her outfit despite being worked on by her opponents. After winning the tag team match, Emp makes a habit of watching R. Mika's matches.
  • It was a surprise that she found a hero who was actually grateful for some having one of their friends tied up. Asterix came by to make sure that their fellow Gaul Cacofonix is kept tied up to prevent his awful music from ruining their parties. It was an odd request, but Empowered agreed. After some time, she felt bad and decided to make Cacofonix her high priest to compensate on the condition he would never use his lyre inside her temple.

F.A.N.G, Unholy Patron of Long Sleeves (The Great F.A.N.G, The Cunning Trickster, The Fang of the Nguuhao, Wan Lei, Fan Shao Fei, Michael Fang, Fo Manchu)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbols: His hat and sunglasses.
  • Theme Song: Predator and Prey, MechaDragon, Activation, Too Rash
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: The Best Assassin In The Nguuhao Cartel, Agent Peacock, Asskicking Leads to Leadership, Badass Bookworm, Bad Boss/Control Freak, Beware the Silly Ones, Complete Whackjob But Serves As The Number Two Guy In Shadaloo, Cloudcuckoolander, Confusion Fu, Creepy Long Fingers, The Evil Counterpart To Gen, Nothing Up My Sleeve, Poisonous Person, Weak, but Skilled, Sadist
  • Domains: Poisons, Assassination, Mad Scientists
  • Heralds: A.K.I. (his disciple)
  • Followers: Xerxes Break, Sanzang
  • Superior: M. Bison
  • Banned From: The House of Health and Diseases
  • Allies: Professor Hojo
  • Rival Assassins: Talia Al Ghul, Sandra Wu-San/Lady Shiva, Yoh Hinomura and Emu Hino
  • Enemies:
  • Opposed by: Birdie
  • Worthy Opponent: Gen, Oberyn Martell
  • Potential Test Subjects: The subhouse of Genetic Engineering, Miranda Lawson, Leona Heidern, Johnny Cage, Cassie Cage, Kazuya Mishima, Jin Kazama, Jun Kazama
  • With Sagat's departure from Shadaloo, there was a spot open in regards to being one of Shadaloo's Shitenno (Four Heavenly Kings). And that spot was filled in by the a rather odd fellow. A rail-thin Chinese man with a peculiar personality was more than happy to take the last spot of Bison's kings. It was fitting that he was also the last of the four to ascend. But make no mistake, F.A.N.G is just as deadly as any other member of the group.
  • No one knows what F.A.N.G means. Second, you don't pronounce his name as 'fang.' His name sounds almost like 'fawn,' only with a short 'n' and a silent 'g'.
  • When Rashid gained word of his ascension, the usually cheeky Arab man grew silent, walked all the way to F.A.N.G's temple and immediately started to wail on the assassin. He has yet to forgive the poison wielder for killing his friend. The assault was a wake-up call for F.A.N.G, who realized he will have to be more discreet in order to avoid Rashid.
  • With F.A.N.G's arrival, M. Bison finally has Shadaloo at full strength in the Pantheon. As in his world, he promptly placed him second in his group. The other Street Fighter deities worry that the dictator will now be more brazen in his plans.
    • Vega and Balrog were not very happy to find out that F.A.N.G has joined the Pantheon. The both of them are still sore over the fact that despite them having tenure as one of the senior Four Kings, this upstart becomes the number two guy in Shadaloo. It doesn't help that F.A.N.G treats them with as much disdain as they do each other. To F.A.N.G, it was a miracle that the organization lasted as long as it did with those two idiots as Bison's henchmen. It is only a matter of time before tensions will boil over with those three.
    • Birdie can especially attest to the poor working conditions he received under F.A.N.G's leadership. He felt that the assassin never respected his fighting style. It was so bad he even decided to quit his job and join the heroes leading to the final defeat of Bison. F.A.N.G subsequently put the hooligan on his list of people to kill in the future.
    • Outside of Shadaloo, there is little love from the Street Fighter combatants. Most regard his reliance on poisons and evasive combatant as cowardly. Sagat thought Bison had to be desperate to bring him into the organization. Other former members of the organization have a deeper disdain, especially Cammy when she found out they were still mind controlling dolls.
    • While Gen is not among those under his observation, it was clear that F.A.N.G drew a lot of inspiration from the kung-fu master. The assassin admits he was indeed fond of his fighting style.
  • Was happy as a pig in a slop upon discovering that there was a House of Toxins. When he's not performing his duties as one of Shadaloo's Kings, F.A.N.G can be seen there, researching. One member of said house, Coco, was immediately hostile towards F.A.N.G upon seeing him. Coco's teammates in another Four Kings group had begun feuding with Shadaloo's leaders when Bison attempted to hire Coco to work for them as a stand-in for F.A.N.G in the Pantheon, so he was already aware of the thin man's vile nature. Learning that Coco turned down Shadaloo made the hatred mutual.
  • When asked what was the most delightful thing about ascending into the Pantheon, he gave out a list of all the potential subjects to capture and experiment on. Indeed, there are many in this realm with misunderstood powers and abilities and F.A.N.G seeks to gain data from all of them.
    • His ascension brought about a rare sight; the entire subhouse of Genetic Engineering agreed to protect themselves in case F.A.N.G decided to capture any one of them. They also agreed to ban him from the premises. The only person who allows him into his temple is Professor Hojo, who offered his services in exchange for applying him subjects for experimentation. It was no surprise that F.A.N.G would be one of the few gods to compliment his works.
    • There is no shortage of fighters with unusual genes that he is interested in testing. He made hits after the Kazama family in order to test the Devil Gene, He was rebuffed by all three fighters, but that only made him even more interested in them. Next he managed to capture Cassie Cage, intrigued by her god-resisting aura. Luckily, Johnny and Sonja tracked him down and defeated the assassin. Lastly, he sought after Leona to see if her Riot Blood could be genetically passed down. In her case, she has made it difficult for him to track her.
    • Next, he set his eyes on Miranda, wanting to see if her engineering was indeed as perfect as she was lead to believe. While she proved to be resistant to his poisons and fought him off, he did succeed in extracting some DNA from her blood.
  • There is one person who appreciates the power of poison. Oberyn challenged him to a duel in a bid to test the man's skills. The two ended up poisoning each other and almost dying in the process. Once they were out of the hospital, Oberyn complimented on his skills, to which F.A.N.G decided to let him live for the time being. Not that many people like his fighting style after all.
  • Initially thought that Lady Shiva didn't deserve her place in the Pantheon… until he found out what she did to Killer Croc when he challenged her to earn favor in the Pantheon. Now, he is interested to learn how a normal looking woman became one of the deadliest assassins in the entire multiverse.

Ibuki, Goddess of the Instant Costume Change (Young Dreamer, Shinobi of the Summer Breeze)
Ibuki's classic design
Ibuki in Street Fighter V 
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her pet raccoon, Don-chan, holding a Kunai
  • Theme Songs: Sharp Eyes (For Dancers, Piano Melo), Twilight (A Road in Kyoto, High School Ninja, Ninja in Training, The World is My Oyster! when fighting seriously), Unforgettable (ver. with vocals) in triumphant moments
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Instant Costume Change, Badass Adorables, Genki Girls, Kasumi-Suzaku, Flash Step, Yoroi-Doushi, Speed Echoes, Being Brilliant, but Lazy Because She Wants to be a Normal Girl
  • Domains: Combat, Ninjutsu, High School
  • Allies: Sakura Kasugano, Ryu, Alex, Karin Kanzuki, Kasumi, Ryu, Strider Hiryu, The other Ibuki, Peacock
  • Rivals: Remy, Akuma, Valentine
  • Enemies: Gill, M. Bison
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: R. Mika, Rolento
  • Not To Be Confused With: Cortana, Fi, Misaki Ayuzawa
  • While there are plenty of ninjas in the Pantheon, this particular one has a goal that is odder than most. Most ninja are stoic creatures who hide behind site. Ibuki has no problems befriending people. In fact, she admits that one of her first goals of entering the first Street Fighter tournament was to meet cute guys. Not that anyone would blame her; she's a teenage girl with needs to fulfill. And she has a lot to explore now that she has entered the Pantheon.
  • While her main rival Makoto hasn't arrived in the Pantheon yet, she was glad to meet Sakura who she met in her first tournament. The two have become friendly rivals of the sort. Ibuki has also bugged Sakura where Ryu could be, information that even Sakura doesn't know of all the time.
    • Her last mission was to retrieve documents from Gill's organization. This is one threat Ibuki treats seriously as Gill is a part of a lot of shady dealings in the Pantheon.
    • new developments revealed that she was hired by Karin to take down Shadaloo once and for all. Once considered a stick-in-the-mud, she now sees Karin as an ally once you get past her Tsundere moments. The ninja even agreed to stick around as an enforcer. She could use the money after all.
    • While carrying some fruit along with her, she got tagged by none other than... Guy himself. While impressed that he managed to grab her, she later made her getaway. The male ninja had arrived not that long ago and heard reports of Ibuki's ascension. The two have maintained a friendly rivalry ever since.
    • The same cannot be said for other combatants. She thought R. Mika was bossy and found her speeches to be cliche ridden and boring. The two were glad they were able to settle their differences in the House of Combat. Karin had no choice but to let the two let loose some steam.
    • Things were even worse when she was with Rolento. With little room for any other friends, she was forced to team up with the mercenary in the Pandora saga. Footage revealed what would have happened if they had recovered the box...and it did little to make them appreciate the teamup.
  • Ibuki may be young, but she can certainly put up a fight. Even before she ascended, she took on Valentine when she attempted to ambush Peacock.. She even managed to win. Peacock kept her promise and came by to thank her after her ascension. Ibuki finds her odd, but she has dealt with odder characters in her world.
  • Was a follower of Kasumi before she became a goddess herself. She felt that Kasumi was cheated out of an ordinary life, forced to be on the run from her rivals. Now that she is at equal footing, she agreed to help Kasumi clear her name.
    • Also likes the ninja Ryu Hayabusa, though she complains why he has to be so serious all the time. Still, she sees him as a powerful ally.
  • Unlike her former masters, she isn't adverse to using more modern techniques in her ninjitsu. After some time with Strider, she made a startling discovery. When asked if he knew of a man named Guy, Strider revealed that he was one of the most prominent students of a past follower. This was confirmed in the latest chapter when the master Zeku finally made his debut.
  • Her Japanese voice is similar to a number of characters in the Pantheon. Ibuki was a bit miffed that all of her voice sakes were either robotic on introverted, which is the polar opposite of her. She does respect Misaki for her ability to run the school council.
  • Turns out that not only is there another Ibuki in the Pantheon, she is also at a similar age. This Ibuki also happens to be a natural with a guitar, an instrument the ninja enjoys listening to. She is concerned that the girl could relapse and join the GUAE.
  • After awhile, Ibuki heard a knock on her temple's door and opened it only to find the Bolt of Fighting Spirit standing before her. Shocked that Makoto was finally ascended, Ibuki had no time to recover as her rival challenged her to a duel to settle their rivalry once and for all. The following battle destroyed a lot of property that day but did not decide a winner. Even then, the two are on friendly terms. Sure they love to fight each other, but they are just as likely to help each other when one needs help.

    Joshua Graham 
Joshua Graham, God of Bandages (The Burned Man, The Malpais Legate)

Nerscylla, God of Donning Animal Hides (Nerscylla: Nelskyura, Azravel, Thranid, Shadow Spider, Predator of Darkness; Shrouded Nerscylla: Corpse Spider)
Shrouded Nerscylla 
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Its Hunter icons
  • Theme Song: Predator of Darkness / Nerscylla
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Giant Agile Spiders, Wake-Up Call Boss, Shrouded Subspecies uses Dig Attacks, Inflicts Poison, Sleep, and Web (Paralysis replaces Poison for Shrouded), Spikes of Doom, Nemean Skinning, Building Swing, Scissor-like extendable mandibles, It Can Think
  • Size: 833.10 cm - 1126.57 cm (Nerscylla), 389.57 cm 1188.69 cm (Shrouded Nerscylla)
  • Domains: Arachnids, Webbing, Status Ailments, Skinning
  • Allies: Arachne, Broodmother, Muffet, Anub'Arak
  • Intrigues: Albert Wesker, William Birkin
  • Enemies: Arachnophobes in general such as Billy, Misty, Tali'Zorah nar Rayya, Anabeth Chase, Patrick Star, Jane Lane, The Farmer, Eustace Bagge
  • Opposed by/Opposes: The Monster Hunters
  • Avoids: The Halls of Fire and Heat and Electricity (and Ice and Cold for Shrouded)
  • Spiders Are Scary. No doubt about that if you have a bad enough phobia of them. Too many legs, eyes, and are pretty devious looking. But this species of Temnoceran has more going for it than what lies on the surface. Using the ability to induce Sleep from its stinger and Poison from its jaws, Nerscylla are known to favor consuming Gypceros for their hides which greatly helps cover their weakness to electricity while also gaining poisonous spikes. In the case of its ambush predator Subspecies it favors Khezu for their ice-resistant hides where their spikes gain paralyzing properties instead. Deceptively mobile and crafty, it more than earns its place among the plethora of wyverns in its world.
  • One day in the Pantheon a strange looking bird with rubbery skin was causing a ruckus by stealing various items from right out of everyone’s hands. Some gods managed to follow the thing towards a remote area within the House of Plants seemingly void of any other viable exit. Thinking they had trapped the thieving bird they rushed in to hear a Sickening "Crunch!" and found the creature strung up by webbing as a large spider sunk its absurdly long mandibles into its prey. They tried to back off only to accidentally stumble onto some webbing. Hearing this, the spider ceased its feeding and shot its webbing onto the group and on the only exit as well. Barely managing to escape being sucked dry of life, they quickly spread the word of such an encounter. It eventually reached the Daedric Prince Hircine, who decided it would be more beneficial for his hunts by offering to ascend it. Various arachnaphobes quickly objected but it ended up becoming moot in the end.
    • If that wasn’t bad enough, there were also various accounts of its Subspecies, the Shrouded Nerscylla, commonly roaming the House of Metal and Minerals’s deserts. It forgoes the prospect of building a nest in favor of ambushing prey from beneath the sand with its large jaws. Don’t think for a second just because it doesn’t have a nest its weaker than regular members of its kind. For reasons unexplained to man it is still able to pull off Building Swings with more finesse than that of regular members of its kind as it swings even on thin air. The Monster Hunters chalk this up to an invisible Chameleos that just happen to fly by.
    • For the record, Shrouded Nerscylla back in its home universe usually came to deserts like the Dunes in order to breed (make of that information as you will) and can still be found in other places. Since this Nerscylla doesn't just go and wait for food to come to it, the Corpse Spider is actually found a lot more often than its regular counterpart and the only reason it doesn't overshadow them is because the Shadow Spider has set up a surprisingly large web network spanning all across the House of Plants. A shame that this tidbit of information about the Shrouded Nerscylla didn't get relayed to the many arachnophobes immediately. Such is the case with Annabeth Chase, who practically screamed bloody murder upon seeing the thing.
  • Is amicable enough with some of the other spiders in the House of Arthropods. As long as they don’t go starting with it, the Nerscylla won’t go messing with them in return. Though out of all of them it's probably the friendliest with Arachne as the First Spider doting nature even extends to the Nerscylla. Then again, the aforementioned encounter with Annabeth likely helped. Second to Arachne is Muffet as the Temnoceran can sometimes be seen having some tea with the Cute Monster Girl.
    • Shrouded Nerscylla can sometimes be seen the strangely beetle-like Nerubian, Anub'arak, given their methods in combat are a bit alike. Having heard of his vocal distaste for the House he presides in, preferring a more colder and moister environment, the Corpse Spider offered giving it the hide of Khezu to better capture and hold moisture. Nice enough gesture... if only mitigated by the fact that Anub'arak is really big, more so than the Shrouded Nersylla (sometimes).
  • Given Umbrella's history of using spiders as B.O.W.s by introducing the t-virus into them, Wesker and Birkin have taken a bit of an interest in the Nerscylla species. Already they are a Giant Spider that, despite its size, still manages to use webbing alongside various ailments and still retain their effectiveness. In fact they alone are more than a match for any of the spiders exposed to the various viruses and the two are wondering how deadlier the Shadow and Corpse Spiders can be if they did the same with them. Obviously they'd get bigger, but if so would that mean they'd be able to take on much larger prey? Would its ailments get stronger? Nerscylla's poisons get stronger by age, though they tend to lose the ability to induce Sleep in return. Regardless, no one wants to find out.
  • It once tried to prey upon Patrick Star while he was asleep. Unfortunately for the Nerscylla he just so happened to have nightmares of spiders and instinctively smashed the giant monster’s head in with his rock house. Deciding he wasn’t worth the effort it moved on to another temple where it tried the same to Jane Lane only to find it Patrick had followed it, still asleep mind you, and continued smashing it some more.
  • Both its original and English name derives from Nergal; the Mesopotamian god of war, death, and pestilence and a species of orb weaver spiders known as Neoscona scylla.
  • Having been known to attack livestock due to setting up nests near them the Nerscylla has earned the enmity of various farmers. In fact, any requests relating to dealing with Nerscylla tend to be from farmers such as Rolf and, well, the Farmer. Eustace is pretty much exempt from the attacks by virtue of being a terrible at his job, though he did get eaten by a Nerscylla at some point.

    Professor Genki 
Professor Genki, God of Ridiculous Mascot Costumes (Super Murder Cat)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Own Smiling Face
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with heavy Shades of Evil
  • Portifolio: The Host of a Murderous Game Show, As Well As Its Mascot, Skewered Morality, Ambiguously Human, Cheshire Cat Grin, More Dangerous Than He Seems, Absolute Beefcakes That Drop Thousands Of Dollars When Killed, Only To Come Back Anyways Like Nothing Happened
  • Domains: Game Shows, Cats, Murder, Ethics
  • Heralds: The Genki Girls (Angry Tiger, Sexy Kitten and Sad Panda), His Commentators Zach and Bobby
  • Allies: Gleeman Vox, Damon Killian, Chris Mclean, Kreese and Howard
  • Enemies: Lord Shen, Ratchet and Clank, Monokuma and his Mastermind
  • Frequent Contestants: The Saints
  • Sponsored By: Zinyak
  • Frequently Employs: The West Coast Cabbies
  • Avoided By: Po
  • In the city of Steelport, there's an extremely popular game show hosted there called Professor Genki's Super Ethical Reality Climax, wherein contestants are forced through a deadly gauntlet and have to kill their way out of it for the chance of winning fabulous prizes. There are other games as well, but all of them involve variations of "Super Ethical" murder in some way. As a result of how popular the show is, many areas around the city can be seen with Genki merchandise and advertisements. Its mascot, the titular Professor Genki, is actually a real person as well, being described as an Affably Evil Half-Human Hybrid who considers murder and the like "Ethical". As of now, he was offered to host his show inside a simulation by the nefarious Zinyak, something that the good professor agreed to, setting up challenges all around the simulation while still giving out destructive prizes to those that win.
  • It was this connection to Zinyak that got the Super Murder Cat into the Pantheon, the alien figuring that he would make a useful ally against The Saints. With this in mind, he went to The Court of The Gods and proposed that he'd be put in the position of Ridiculous Mascot Costumes, as not only was Genki used as a suit and looks quite weird, the enemies in his show also wear silly suits while trying to kill you. After getting approval from them, he had his men teleport Genki to The Pantheon, unfortunately just as Genki was about to take a shower (Thankfully, he didn't seem to actually take anything off, just putting on a shower cap), and explained to the cat that he was currently approved for godhood, as well as a new place to advertise his business, much to Genki's delight. While he doesn't work for Zinyak directly anymore, he still usually sponsors his shows, and its shown that the two still get along.
  • His relationship with The Saints is mostly of the business kind, with a dash of admiration thrown in. Genki usually sees the gang as some of his best competitors/customers, having provided some of his best shows as well as having transported Genki around to places he needed to be. The Saints themselves are mostly professional about him as well, not having a strong opinion on him other than a few members enjoying his show. That said, if The Saints do anything to somehow piss him off, Genki's not afraid to take out a weapon and fight the gang himself, something shared by The Saints. Genki's usually the kind of guy to easily forgive the Saints, thankfully, but it hasn't stopped him from doing this frequently.
    • Speaking of him fighting, anyone who's gotten into a gunfight with the guy can safely say that he can soak up a lot of damage. As in, he's borderline Immune to Bullets and can whup your ass easily if you're not carful. Doesn't help that he used to randomly rampage on the streets, making him incredibly unpredictable. If one is able to take him out, they'll find that he drops about 100 to 300 thousand dollars from his pockets. Unfortunately, it's shown that he just keeps coming back after seemingly being killed, no worse for wear. While he rampages in the Pantheon significantly less than he used to, he's still used to getting into a gunfight. By the way, one easy method of killing him? Running him over with a car and keeping him under there. It'll kill him easily and rather quickly.
  • The holder of Immoral Reality Show, Gleeman Vox, had rather quickly noticed Genki's show shortly after arrival (not that that's a hard achievement), and was fascinated by how much good publicity his show got, seeing how his own show could barley get any merchandise out of its old mascot, Ace Hardlight. Seeking out the cat, he managed to organize a deal with him: have Ace guest-star on Genki's show, and Vox will give him some of his most destructive devices, which won over the cat. Long story short, the plan backfired, as the ratings for Ace's episode were lower than they were ever before, to the bafflement of Vox. Still, Vox couldn't help but respect Genki for how much carnage his show got away with despite its complete lack of subtlety, and as a result has found himself occasionally sponsoring his show as well, albeit while claiming Genki's show was "Complete S#%t" compared to his during so. This has gotten the attention of Vox's former contestants Ratchet and Clank, who are exasperated that yet another popular blood sport was working with Vox.
    • On the subject of Reality Shows, Genki's game takes a few pages out of the death course The Running Man, namely the "Running around obstacles and killing people" premise. As a result, he's gotten the attention of its host, Damon Killian, who was flattered by the simularities, and was also impressed by the, shall we say, unique spin on it. Alongside Killian is Chris Mclean, who finds Genki and his show to be absolutely hilarious, having run a slightly less violent but equally sadistic survival show himself. As a result, the two gods can be seen watching Genki's show, often taking notes on what to add to their respective shows, something that the Murder Cat is aware of but openly welcomes, seeing it as "Spreading his influence".
  • His show has its own commentators, Zach and Bobby, who often quip and wisecrack at the carnage that ensues. That said, while they're both loyal to Genki and his show, they actually have no respect towards Zinyak, who forced them to commentate on his version of the show under the threat of death. While they still continue to do their job, the fact that their boss still has contact with the alien overlord has them worried. Genki, eventually realizing that they'll probably quit if they keep doing Zinyak's version, decided to hire two other guys to replace them for those occasions. Those guys happened to be none other that Kreese and Howard, the vulgar, loud-mouthed Jerkasses who utterly love the death and insanity of Genki's show, alongside bringing in some of their own flavor commentary in the process (Read: rambling on about their own crappy lives). Despite lacking the moral standards of the previous two announcers, some gods have seen both groups hanging out a the local bar, suggesting that they get along nonetheless.
  • It's noted that, whenever Genki has to travel via car, he's usually swarmed by his own fanbase, something that bothers Genki greatly. For that reason, he often hires a cabbie to drive him to his destination, often trusting them to avoid the aforementioned fans. While he used to employ The Saints to do this task, he's recently found a new solution in the form of The West Street Cabbies, known for getting their customers to their destination in the quickest yet most needlessly dangerous way imaginable. As someone who utterly loves carnage, Genki frequently enjoys the insanity that usually follows, helped by the fact that they actually do get him to where he needs to go in reasonable time. He's frequently hired the Cabbies ever since.
  • The one creature that Genki is opposed to killing, it's Pandas of all things. Nobody really knows why he has such a love for the creatures, just that shooting cardboard cutouts of the bears would lose you money, followed by Genki calling it "Unethical". Whatever the reason is, when Genki learned about Lord Shen and how he tried to massacre china's population of Pandas due to paranoia from a prophecy, Genki was absolutely livid. As soon as he first found out about it, he promptly launched hundreds of missiles into Shen's temple, slaughtered all of his guards and henchmen, burned the remains with flamethrowers, and then blew up the charred remains for good measure. Oh, and he left a motivational poster of a Panda there, just to piss off Shen. While the Peacock was luckily away from his temple when it was destroyed, it still pissed the Lord off to no end, and has declared war on the Murder Cat, a feeling that Genki is all too happy to reciprocate.
    • As for Po's thoughts on Genki, as well as the whole situation, while he's always happy to have someone to oppose Shen as hard as, if not more than, he does, there's also the little fact that Genki's a murderous host of a death course who's also allies with a ruthless alien warlord, so he really can't support the Murder Cat anymore than "Let him and Shen beat each other up while I try to avoid the creepy cat guy as much as mortally possible". Not that anyone can blame him, in all fairness. This is a though process shared by all other pandas in the Pantheon, by the way.
  • One day, Genki and his show caught the attention of the sadistic duo Monokuma and the Mastermind. Seeing as Genki is a perpetually smiling cat mascot who oversaw a sadistic Death Course, the duo thought that Genki was "a cheap-ass ripoff" of their Killing Games, thinking that Genki's show was too straightforward and rewarding for their tastes. As such, they decided to formalize a plan to capture the Murder Cat and put him in one of their death games to make him feel "what true despair is". The end result, however, was Genki being totally unmoved by the deaths of his fellow competitors, despite being genuinely friendly with them, much to the annoyed bafflement of the sadistic duo. And then it was revealed that Genki managed to call the Saints over to bail him out... Lets just say that the Mastermind had to get a new arena for her games. The duo had opposed Genki ever since, both Monokuma and Junko being annoyed by his lack of reaction. Genki, who's savvy enough to recognize the two as a threat, is willing to blow their faces off if they attack him (Helps that he overheard Monokuma make a sarcastic quip insulting pandas).

Schierke, The Goddess Draped in Robes and a Wizard Hat
Schierke with Ivalera.
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her Staff and Hat
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Young Witch with Massive Magic Prowess, Badass Adorable, The Second-in-Command of Gut's Companions, Robe and Wizard Hat Which were her Mentor's last Gift, Strong but Not Durable, Incredibly Mature Child with barely any Social Skills, Pessimistic Viewpoint on Humankind, One of only two who can Bring Guts Back to his senses from his Berserker State, Able to access in Spirit form, Bash-Buddies with Isidro
  • Domains: Witches, Magic, Children, Wisdom
  • Herald: Ivalera
  • Allies: Guts, Casca, Farnese, Serpico, The Skull Knight, Gandalf, Most Puella Magi, Merlin, Doctor Strange, Doctor Fate, Link, Atsuko Kagari, Zatanna, Aqua, Yen Sid, Marona
  • Enemies: Griffith, The Godhand, Nosferatu Zodd, Wyald, Emperor Ganishka, Kefka Palazzo, Nagash, Nightmare, Shang Tsung, Quan Chi, Ansem, Seeker of Darkness
  • Attends for Learning: House of Friendship and Camaraderie
  • On Good Terms With: House of Magic and Sorcery
  • Wary Of: House of Demons
  • A child sheltered from the outside world, Schierke was taken in by the mage Flora, who raised her like a daughter and taught her magic. A chance encounter with Guts and his Companions would soon change Schierke as Gut's presence attracted Apostles under the command of Griffith. Flora sacrificed herself to allow Schierke to escape safely with Gut's companions, after which she became a begrudging member. Initially distrustful and pessimistic, Schierke soon found company and solace, becoming one of the companions's most powerful and resourceful members. Alongside developing a father-daughter bond with Guts, Schierke would form a vitriolic partnership with Isidro.
  • She entered the Pantheon with notices coming from several notable wizards, mainly Gandalf, Merlin and Yen Sid. The three of them were impressed by Schierke's potential in magic, especially for a child, whereupon they requested her to take further training and discipline from more experienced magic users.
  • She reunited with Guts soon after the wizard meeting. Alongside him were Casca, Farnese and Serpico, though more than half of the companions, including Isidro were missing. Guts had it clear that he would have all of them reunited as possible. She's always on Guts's side, just in case the Black Swordsman falls into his Berserker state. Schierke is the only one in the collective who can pull Guts out of the form. That, and she is a formidable mage witch on her own.
  • Struck a close friendship with Zatanna and Marona. The former is a magic-using magician who takes chances to cheer up Schierke for company and Marona struggles a lot due to having a bad reputation, which Schierke is more than willing to help out. The three will help each other in battle whenever they get the chance. The Puella Magi, especially Madoka Kaname also find good company, despite Schierke being labelled a witch. Schierke wishes to better herself to serve for a greater good, in addition to also being more helpful for Guts. She also has an unlikely ally in Link, whose heroism and association with fairies made him close associates with Schierke.
  • Aqua Has stepped up to serve as a teacher-of-sorts to Schierke. Both are also known for having less-than-average defense which the two of them are intending to overcome. Though she is improving, Schierke has had thoughts about teaching Aqua projection magic to make her more formidable in return.
    • On a contrary note, she met up with Atsuko Kagari another aspiring witch with a similar garb like Schierke's. The two got along with Schierke even deciding to help in mentoring Atsuko's magic training after finding out her magic potential was stripped from her.
  • Attracted the attention of Doctor Strange and Doctor Fate, whom have agreed to monitor and determine Schierke regarding her journey and experiences. While the two of them support the witch and her intentions, they also express concern about her company with Guts. Schierke has reminded them that Guts needs her, so she'll handle it, plus she is having sessions with new friends regarding magical training. Strange and Fate still look out for her in case she needs help.
  • Naturally, like Guts, she is opposed to the Godhand, especially Griffith, whose army was responsible for the death of Flora. Knowing how powerful the Ruler of Falconia is, she would need assistance from a lot of powerful beings, not just Guts, if she wanted to take him on. Her enmity extends to Apostles such as Nosferatu Zodd, Wyald and Ganishka as well. Schierke seems to be at the most odds against Zodd, given the two of them are the second in-command of their teams and the closest confidant to Guts and Griffith respectively.
  • Schierke, being a magic user, found enemies under Shang Tsung, Quan Chi and Kefka Palazzo, the former two having treacherous intents on using their powers and the latter for his destructive and nihilistic mindset. She seeks to steer clear from the three as much as possible, though she won't hesitate in fighting back. Schierke also heard about Gut's struggle against Nightmare and upon meeting him, was able to fend him off for some time before Nightmare engaged a rematch against Guts.
  • Ansem, Seeker of Darkness once tried to goad Schierke into committing to darkness, knowing about Schierke's views on humanity. Luckily, Aqua managed to fend him off. And Schierke herself wasn't going to fall for it either way, given how her time in Gut's company has made her more optimistic and hopeful. Ansem has since sworn to find a way to convince Schierke into darkness another time.
  • As powerful of a witch she is, she can only take so much, considering she is a child. She tends to fight when she has allies alongside her, though it's not like she can handle herself. She's taking lessons in improving her defenses though.
  • Her robes and hat are the only possessions his mentor, Flora, left behind. For understandable reasons, Schierke is very fond of them, often not taking it very well whenever something bad happens to them. Hence, much of the Pantheon has done their best to make sure they don't harm the clothing, lest they incur Schierke's wrath.
  • While she has overcome her pessimism regarding humans, she's still learning to be more sociable. She spends a good amount of time in the House of Friendship and Camaraderie improving her approach to conversation and talking to people.
"No matter their strength, for a human, to fight a monster means to let go of their humanity and become an even bigger monster."

    Shiki Misaki 
Shiki Misaki, Goddess of Fashionistas (Stalker, Captain Sappy, Green)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her doll, Mr. Mew
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: All-Loving Heroine, Bad Liar, Animates A Stuffed Cat, Learning It's Okay To Be Herself, Chronic Hero Syndrome, Compliment Backfire Played for Drama And Fatally, For Happiness, Carries Around A Stuffed Cat Which She Uses For Battle Via The Groove Pawn Pin, Neku's Morality Chain, Sad Clown, Textile Work Is Feminine, Taking On Her Friend's Appearance During The Reaper's Game Because She Desired To Be Her
  • Domain(s): Puppet-Mastery, Sewing, Psychomancy, Fashion, Envy
  • Herald: Mr. Mew
  • High Priestess: Yuko Asahina
  • Followers: Miki Noda, Effie Trinket, Mandy Baxter, Daffney Unger, Clawdeen Wolf
  • Allies: Neku Sakuraba, Beat, Erika Kurumi/Cure Marine (former successor), Riku, Sora, Lucy Heartfilia, the Pantheon's other fashion designers, Mimikyu, Kanji Tatsumi, Lulu
  • Enemies: Sho Minamimoto, Master Xehanort, and his cohorts, Junko Enoshima, Tsumugi Shirogane
  • Conflicting Opinion: Joshua
  • Shiki Misaki used to be an ordinary girl from Shibuya who aspired to become a fashion designer and had a friend named Eri who had similar interests. And then sometime after a fight between them out of a misunderstanding, she died in an accident and found herself in the Reaper's Game. It is there that she met Neku, and it's she who gets him to open up his closed off heart and let people in, for teamwork is required to survive the game. Thanks to his efforts, she and their friends Beat and Rhyme were able to reunite in the Realground.
  • Because of a trick set up by Joshua, Shiki was only allowed to ascend for a certain price - she had to use the body of her best friend Eri, instead of her own. Surprisingly, Shiki didn't seem to have a problem with this.
  • She used to hold this position until Cure Marine proved more worthy of it, and when Erika moved out to join the rest of the Heartcatch Pretty Cures, that seemed to end the trail of Shiki's fate in the Pantheon. But for Neku's sake, Joshua decided to arrange a search party. Besides Neku, Beat, and Rhyme, he also enlisted Erika's help, as well as Riku's.
    • They eventually found her in one of the most surprising of places; as Lenneth Valkyrie's Einherjar and in her original appearance to boot, which confused the non-TWEWY deities. As soon as her resurrection was secured, they asked what had happened to her.
    • Turns out, during Erika's transfer to join the rest of the Cures in her team, someone in the GUAE had kidnapped Shiki with plans for ransom, and then she was forgotten about in the thick of the Re-Education Facility breakouts. And then an attack on their side destroyed the building she was in and she ended up as a wandering soul until Lenneth found her. But without a divine position to return to, but certain that she once did, the Valkyrie decided to let her stay with her.
  • After reinstating her goddesshood, a very strong Glamour was cast on Shiki; everyone else will see her "Eri" appearance, while Neku, Joshua, Rhyme, and Beat (as well as Lenneth) will see her true form, though others (who can't see through powerful illusions already) can see it too if Shiki wills it so, which is usually to Erika and Riku. In regards to mirrors, this glamour works so that she can see either form whenever she likes.
    • In regards to clothes, though, this glamour effect only applies to her default clothing; any new outfits she dons will be reflected by both her appearances, so she still has to be careful with what she wears lest her style clash with what's expected of the Shiki most people see.
    • As further reinforcement of this glamour, Shiki's glasses have been made sturdier and unable to be knocked off. After all, Eri has no need for glasses, unless it's as a fashion accessory.
  • Given how much Shiki meant for Neku, as well as the fact that Joshua took the time to set a search for her without Neku asking him first, some people are asking the two Shibuya teens if they're already a couple, much to their embarrassment.
  • Like Neku, Shiki's Psyche power is available for use in the "Realground" Pantheon, thus enabling her Mr. Mew to be animate and sort of act like a silent companion. That said, should Shiki lose consciousness, so will he, so it's not like it's that big of a help.
  • Is set off at the sight of loose buttons, and always has sewing tools on hand to fix it, whether the subject is willing or not.
  • While she does hang out and work with other fashion designers, her true calling lies in being a seamstress, and having an excellent eye for detail makes her ideal in bringing a fashion designer's ideas to life. As such, she's still friends with them.
    • And during a session with them, Kanji Tatsumi arrived with a shipment of threads when he noticed Mr. Mew and was trying to fight off the temptation to just grab him. Shiki helped him with his delivery before then inquiring on his interest in Mr. Mew... and noticing a loose button on his uniform... that he rarely wears properly anyway (and thus wasn't awkward to have fixed).
    • Like everyone else, she despises Junko Enoshima not only for giving fashionists a bad name, but also for her plans in propagating despair to the point of waging war on the entire world.
  • Interestingly, Shiki's battle style is similar to Lulu's when she animates dolls for attacking opponents, which isn't often as the Spira-born is more often casting Black Magic spells in combat.
  • Apparently, before a... "recoloring" to better distinguish between the two, Shiki or rather, her friend Eri looked a lot like Kairi.
  • As someone who also possessed desires to be someone else, even if Shiki doesn't feel that way anymore, Mimikyu finds Shiki interesting and hangs out with her and Mr. Mew on occasion. The Disguise Pokémon sometimes even gets additional costumes for her own use, but won't let Shiki see her change into them.
  • Although she's begun to lift her glamour effect more often, She's become a bit more reclusive in her temple. Her "Gatto Nero" wears have kept her busy overseas in the mortal plane and thus she's been unable to accept visitors for the time being. Although she is awaiting a certain headphone-wearing someone's return..
  • "Let me in! Tell me what you're thinking!"


    Bloody Mary (Twisted Metal
Bloody Mary, Goddess of Bloody Bridal Gowns
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A bloody wedding dress and a knife
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil. Becomes Chaotic Evil on especially low moments.
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy Daddy's Girl, Yandere in a Blood-Splattered Wedding Dress, Love Makes You Evil and Love Makes You Crazy, Becoming a Empty Shell who seeks Death
  • Vehicle of Choice: Spectre
  • Domains: Twisted Love, Loneliness, Jealousy, Insanity
  • Allies: Himiko Toga
  • Enemies: Calypso, Needles Kane, Dollface (Black), Izuku Midoriya, Ochaco Uraraka, Tsuyu Asui, any bad-luck magnets, Nick, Emily, Victor Van Dort and Victoria Everglot
  • Banned from/Continuously attacks: The House of Love and Affection
  • Opposes: Ato-ko Shirogane
  • No relation to: The other Bloody Mary
  • The woman known only by the moniker "Bloody Mary" struggled with love throughout her life. Her first confession to a boy she crushed on ended with him a harsh rejection which in led to her punishing him. Mary maintains a "stable"note  life after this incident, but she wasn't the same ever again. In her college years she watched as her friends got married, literally always the bridesmaid and never the bride. While attending Kristen's wedding Mary at some point snapped and murdered the bride and dragged her into a dressing room, bolted the door, and tried on her wedding dress. Mary then took off in what was supposed to be Kristen's new car and escaped before being caught and sent to Blackfield Asylum.
    • Mary was approached by Calypso one day to compete in his contest under the promise that she will find her true love which she accepted without hesitation. After dealing with the competitors and other obstacles, she finally met up with Calypso who brought with him her love. Slightly fixed via lobotomization, but Mary didn't care. To her, he was perfect... until this happened:
      Mary's Groom: "I... will.. never... love... you.."
      • Enraged that he still wasn't the perfect spouse, he bashed his head in repeatedly and drove off to continue her search for true love. And she'll go through every man she finds until Mary one who really does fit her. This search ended up becoming fruitless, however, when her mental state deteriorated where Mary only drives and kills until someone puts her out of her misery. In the end, her pursuit in the name of love would only turn her into a lost, destructive soul.
  • While initially apathetic to the Pantheon, Mary came to snap out of her slump when she realized the new amount of potential spouses for her to pick and choose. Her good mood came to a screeching halt, however, when she realized the Dollface of her world and Needles Kane are also present due to standing in the way of her continued search for true love. While Needles could care less of her opinion, Dollface sees her as "bad person" that she'll have to dispose of. Mary also has it out against Calypso for having half-assed her wish for true love while the Twisted Metal host only remarked it was a shame it didn't turn out the way she expected it to... but she's free to try again in the next contest. The doors are always open.
  • In a nutshell, she is a Yandere with no defined lover to go after and thus she can be seen driving around the Pantheon for potential spouses. If they don't play along as the groom Mary, of course, kills them and relapses into the mindless state she was in Twisted Metal: Lost again until she turns back to normal. Repeat ad infinium. This unhealthy mentality all thanks to her relationship with her dad. While he hasn't exactly abused her, having always called her beautiful, it was through believing his opinions on women's beauty that Mary ended up this way. It's a wonder she doesn't hold anything against him despite fully knowing he murdered her mother.
    • As one can guess and accurately imagine she's especially bothersome to many people in the House of Love and Affection. Mary has been banned of course, but she always finds a way to come back by some mean or another claiming that they can't stop her journey no matter what. Some suspect Calypso has something to do with it given his admiration for destruction.
  • Colorful character aside, in terms of looks there isn't anything particularly ugly about her. No notable blemishes, nor are there any notable deformities, and yet she has terrible luck with men who insist otherwise. It is thought by her some of her fellow gods that she is cursed from the get go, doomed to be deemed repugnant by any male she lusts after. After being rejected by a lobotomized groom she took to buying the rumors of curses and became something of a superstitious sort herself. As a result Mary took to distancing herself from anyone that might bring her bad luck, sometimes running them down if need be. Mary will not take any chances anymore.
  • While initially on the fence with associating with other Yanderes, Bloody Mary wasted no time in getting along with with Himiko Toga when it was made clear that Toga shares her vision of love when it comes to both towards Toga's target, Izuku Midoriya, and her "friends", Ochaco Uraraka and Tsuyu Asui. It can also suggested that some part of Bloody Mary doesn't want her to suffer what she went through growing up, but as stated those are just suggestions. The three are none to happy hearing that Toga made another ally while Bloody Mary believes that Toga's other "friends" will be so happy for them once they both get their true loves.
  • She drives the car, Spectre, which is Kristen's 1969 Chevrolet Corvette C3 repurposed for vehicular combat. Its speed and control is amazing, however its defenses leave a lot to be desired. Its special are Homing Projectiles called Ghost Missiles which, true to the name, will hunt down whoever its locked onto come hell or high water. With the wheel in the hands of a psycho like her it is not to be trifled with. As you know, Twisted Metal isn't exactly the type of competition where you can just lose and comeback next year. This sort of kill or be killed dominates the chaos that is Calypso's contest.
  • Bloody Mary is somewhat conflicted when it comes to the topic of the Relationship Saboteur Ato-ko Shirogane. On one hand, Mary could take advantage of the fallout of the broken couple by checking to see if the man is right for her. But on the other hand, she's also very capable of screwing her over as well if Mary does indeed find her other half. Its reported that right now she opposes heyr until new events come to light.
  • Of the Green Flu Survivors, Nick could not help but be unsettled by her. Now granted, just about anyone would be unsettled by a crazy bloody bride driving a modified murder machine going 170 mph, but for the conman he gets some pretty bad memories if she is brought up. Many chalk up this feelings to revolve around the bridal Witch he and a few of his fellow survivors have encountered but no, apparently that is an unrelated incident. The bit about bloody brides is another thing entirely, one he has declined to elaborate on.
  • When word of Mary's infamy reached Emily's ears after yet another attack on the House of Love she couldn't be anymore horrified by her presence and her actions. An undead woman who in life murdered by her fiance for her riches she once forced a man named Victor Van Dort to marry her, believing what they had was true love. She relents, however, after seeing that Victor and Victoria Everglot were made for each other and allows him to be with Victoria for his sake. It was through this act of selflessness, plus the long-awaited comeuppance of Emily's spouse, that she would move on into the afterlife. As far as Emily is concerned, Bloody Mary is what she possibly could of became had she not let go of Victor and is willing to defend the two from the scorned Twisted Metal driver.
  • In Yharnam, there lived the Pthumerian Queen who was supposed to produce an heir for the Eldritch Abominations known as the Great Ones. Yet as the Blood-Splattered Wedding Dress has indicated the queen had a miscarriage and caused the Pthumerian Empire to collapse. The Hunter has encountered her before where her mere presence heralded the existence of cosmic horror in the world and even did battle with her. With their line of work Bloody Mary is unable to cross paths with them though The Hunter is willing to tangle with her should it come down to that.
  • “My prince charming is out there, I know he is. And I’ll find him. Even if I have to go through each and every man. One. At a time.

Cinderella, Goddess of Timing Circumstances and The One Who Fits the Glass Slipper (Ella)
Click here  to see her as she appears in Into the Woods
  • Demigoddess (Overdeity when in-tandem with the other Princesses of Heart)
  • Symbol: Her Glass Slipper
  • Leitmotif: "A Dream Is a Wish Your Heart Makes"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Friends to Animals, beautiful dresses through magic, golden hair and heart, hoping and dreaming despite the bad things in her life, always optimistic, Princess of Heart
  • Domains: Royalty, Animals, Dreams, Hope
  • Heralds: Jaq and Gus
  • Allies: All good goddesses in the House of Royalty, Prince Charming, Belle, the Beast, Jasmine, Terra, Ventus, Aqua, Sora, Alice, Sly Cooper, Bentley Turtle, Murray Hippo, Satoko Houjou, Homura Akemi, N, Candice White, James Henry Trotter, Cordelia, Carrie White
  • Enemies: Lady Tremaine, Maleficent, Xehanort's Incarnations, Vanitas, Larxene, Courtney Gears, Ghetsis, Eliza and Neil Reagan, The Master
  • Evil Counterpart: Cinder Fall
  • One of the last of the Princesses of Heart to ascend, Cinderella found herself in the company of the other princesses in the House of Royalty. Gets along well with both Snow White and Aurora, who are her predecessors of being princesses and also because of their ways with their animals.
  • Most of the time, Cinderella ranks as a Demigoddess, but should she ever be with the other Princesses of Heart, her rank jumps to Overdeity. There's a good reason why Jasmine, Belle, Alice, and Kairi are in different houses…
  • In an alternate timeline where her stepmother took away her chances to be with the Prince, she resorted things into her own hands and rode a demonic carriage in order to gain Prince Charming's hand in marriage.
  • Charlote LaBouff rushed into Cinderella's temple, so ecstatic to find three of the most important princesses in all of fairy-tale lore in one roof. Charlotte has declared that she was going to work just as hard as Cinderella in order to have her dreams come true and that she would one day be a princess in the House of Royalty.
  • Cinderella didn't seem to mind cleaning up after her chaotically evil step-family, but some gods believe she was merely putting on a smile to please them, completely obvious to the fact that they deathly hated her. In fact, when they heartlessly ripped her dress (after Jaq and Gus, with Ventus' help, fixed it), the Cooper Gang (Sly, Bentley and Murray) considered the Tremaines to be criminals, and robbed them that night as payback, leaving a note behind that warned them to treat her kindly or they will "kidnap" her. The trio would later attend Cinderella's wedding out of kindness.
    • Cinderella later revealed why she remained kind to her evil step-family before she was freed from their tyranny: she wanted to honor her real mother's final words ("Have courage and be kind."). Many gods, especially Jak, symphonized with her over these words, but a few have also told her that "some don't deserve kindness".
  • Cinderella actually didn't start to hate her step-family until they tried to murder her with the Cursed Coach Unversed. Aqua was able to save her, before the two witnessed the step-family burn as they sadistically laughed at her suffering.
    • Since their world was among the first to be destroyed, it's rumored that the Tremaines kidnapped Cinderella and brought her to Maleficent after they destroyed their world as revenge.
    • Because of her own problems with her evil sisters, Goneril and Regan, Cordelia has agreed to keep an eye on the mice should something happen to the Princess of Heart. Since the two have so much in common, it's feared that Cordelia's sisters may also have control of the Unversed, and are planning a similar plot on their sister...
    • One timeline had Cinderella send out several crows to peck out Drizella's and Anastasia's eyes before they could even summon the Cursed Coach. And that was before she dumped her jerkass prince and helped Red Riding Hood, Jack, and a widowed Baker take out a Giantess…
  • However, Aqua came to Cinderella and reported something shocking. In another lesser known verse, had the sisters not really gave in to The Power of Hate, at the very least, Cinderella would be able to let one of them, Anastasia, see the light and becomes a respectable Goddess, or hints that Drizella was this way because of emotional bullying by Tremaine... but the influence of the version in Aqua's homeland was too strong that the darkest version was the one entering the Pantheon, and what's worse... they were not the 'originals'. Cinderella did the impossible: she wiped away one single tear on Aqua's eye and proposed to at least get the stepsisters out of the Pantheon out of the respect of those 'original selves'. And as for Lady Tremaine... well, let's just say her hatred to her stepmother increased tenfold.
    • The step-sisters are now out of the pantheon, but if they ever want to return, they must atone for their crimes first.
  • After the ascension of her step-mother, security in the Royalty house drastically increased to prevent her from ever going near her again, especially following reports of her alliance with Courtney Gears. Cinderella even borrowed a Judicator from Ratchet to protect herself should she ever find herself in danger again.
    • Does not know what to think regarding Homura Akemi's retaliation against Lady Tremaine. Aqua and Sly have both encouraged Cinderella to view her torture positively, as she truly deserves it, especially since Homura's motive (protecting a small child who has suffered from incredibly cruel child abuse) is at the very least sympathetic.
    • Carrie White has even made sure that Lady Tremaine would never think of abusing anyone else again, as she made sure that whenever Tremaine touches Cinderella, she'll see the final moments of Chris Hargenson and Billy Nolan in her head. For some odd reason, Carrie asks why Cinderella didn't just use her powers as a Princess of Heart to escape.
  • Cinderella also has a male and modern counterpart in James Henry Trotter, who like herself, lost his parents at a young age, forced to live with two aunts who despise him and make him do all the chores, while dreaming of reaching New York City in the future. Cinderella really hates Spiker and Sponge for not only being cruel to James, but for being among the few to be worse than her own step-mothernote .
  • Cinderella doesn't like to talk how she's the basis for Cinder Fall, especially in light of Pyrrha's death, and Weiss' impalement. In a sense of irony, while Cinderella escaped being burned alive by her wicked stepmother, Cinder was frozen by Yang's wicked biological mother.

    Dollface (Black) and Dollface (2012) 
Dollface (Black) and Dollface (2012), Goddesses of Irremovable Clothing (2012: Krista Sparks)
Dollface (Black)
Dollface (2012)
  • Demigoddesses, Lesser Goddess when Dollface (2012) is piloting the Iron Maiden
  • Symbol: Their masks, one has nails and a lock while the other has magic bindings and pink hair.
  • Alignment: Dollface (Black) is Chaotic Good, Dollface (2012) is Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: White Mask of Doom, Ramming Always Works, Receiving/Delivering Disproportionate Retribution, Big Badass Rig, Becoming the Mask
  • Vehicles of Choice: Darkside, Juggernaut, Iron Maiden (latter two for Dollface (2012) only)
  • Domains: Masks, Trucks, Mental Instability, Vehicular Combat
    • Black only: Unclear Age, Vigilantism, Traumatic Backgrounds
    • 2012 only: Vanity, Fame, Modelling, Obsession
  • Followers: Dollface (2012)'s gang, the Dolls
  • Allies:
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork:
  • Enemies: Each other. Sweet Tooth, Adam the Clown, the Joker, Pennywise the Dancing Clown, SCP-993, Monster Clowns in general
  • The Twisted Metal competitions attract a wide variety of contestants from military officials to asylum patients, even actual ghosts and demons. Of course not all of them are exactly the definition of sane or good-matured, it is Twisted Metal after all. People would do anything to get their wish, no matter how ridiculous or stupid that may be. Some of these competitors include two women in raider outfits going by the moniker Dollface.
    • The first was a woman born into a very neglecting family consisting of only her mother and father. Then her mom passed away when she was only 10 years of age leading to her father blaming her for it. After graduating college, she worked under a man named Mr. Kreel, who was just as bad. After spilling coffee on some papers, he responded by sealing her face with a mask nailed and locked shut. She was then sent to Blackfield asylum before being busted out by Calypso to invite her to join his contest for the key. Sure enough she joins and fights her way through for her prize, which he had to make a choice for either the key or Mr. Kreel's life. Guess what she chooses. That said, she discards the key after growing attached to her mask and decides to hunt down those who hurt others like her old boss where it slowly damages her brain as she outgrows it.
    • The second is a cutthroat supermodel named Krista Sparks. After suffering a car crash despite coming out from the surgeries with a minor scar, she was disgusted that her beautiful face had turned hideous. Desperate, she goes to a Back-Alley Doctor who offered to help her using a magic mask that would fix it should she wait. Then he disappears without a trace. She joins Twisted Metal for a shot at removing it, but after thinking how she'd have to rise back up again she chooses to be famous instead, to be put on the biggest runway. She got what she wanted: She was put on an airport runway then killed by an oncoming plane.
  • Dollface (Black) was to first to enter the Pantheon, first sighted gunning down and running over the more evil deities across multiple houses. She was eventually stopped, but was offered a chance to properly ascend due to the circumstances behind her mask. Shortly after that, Dollface (2012) came storming in with her gang wanting to ascend as well but after realizing that it's taken she decided to try and usurp it. The Court of Gods eventually convinced her to back down though she's still very, very unhappy. The two really don't like each other for this reason, especially since the latter was envious that the other's wish turned out fine. They tend to stay out of each other's paths, even having separate more personal temples.
    • Speaking of wishes, Dollface (2012) really wants to get back at Calypso for screwing with her wish and killing her back in their world. Calypso simply stated she should of chosen her words more carefully, but she's free to compete in the other tournaments here now since Death is Cheap. The other meanwhile is a bit conflicted on Calypso. While she did get what she wanted in the end, she's suspicious of him after hearing of his other wishes and wondered what set her apart from the likes of Agent Stone or John Doe.
  • Neither of the Dollfaces were happy to know that Needles Kane was among the ranks of the Pantheon. For Dollface (2012), it's simple: He and his gang stood in the way of her reclaim to fame in the modelling world. She had to fight the gargantuan monstrosity that is the Carnival of Carnage, a Base on Wheels filled to the brim with armed and zealous Monster Clowns. For Dollface (Black), it's a lot more personal. See, at first she saw him as just another contestant like her, but hearing how the world she came from was all just how he viewed the outside world thus being the reason why her entire life is so traumatic and horrible she's come to despise him too. In fact, they've come to blows with other crazy clowns within the Pantheon, even if their reasons for doing so couldn't be any more different.
  • They both mainly drive Darkside, a black semi truck with not a whole lot of speed but is quite tanky, at least until you're on the receiving end of their special. It's a lot worse if you're between it and a wall. There is a way to differentiate who's who just by looking at the bumper: Dollface (2012)'s is normal while Dollface (Black) has a broken police car acting as a one. Although Dollface (2012) is very much capable of driving any other vehicle she could get a hold of including Juggernaut, a larger and more tankier semi-truck that can deploy mines. Regardless what vehicle is driven, expect it to be armed to the teeth.
  • No, we have no idea how either of them manage to eat with those masks on. Your guess is as good as ours. The House of Food wants to know, but research on it hasn't gone anywhere.
  • Dollface (Black) only:
    • She has decided to reach out to those who were twisted into what they are now. This lead to her meeting Painwheel, who understood each other's circumstances and decided to ally with each other. Filia and Big Band are not sure what to make of her new friend, considering she's pretty unstable herself, although despite that this Dollface has no intentions or reasons to go out and harm the both of them. At the very least all three of them agree to never let Painwheel make a wish with Calypso.
      • She has also been seen around the likes of Simon and Isaac. She's especially protective of the former since his ascension gave him the ability to walk again, giving him a chance to lead a less depressing life. The same can be said for Sakura Matou, who has endured similar circumstances. Hearing that her abuser is in the Pantheon really didn't sit too well with her.
    • Has been seen hunting the more dubious members in the Pantheon, having little regard who they are. She has attacked Manny Pardo and Tohru Adachi on multiple occasions, being the few police she won't hesitate to kill as well as the Child Abuse Supporters considering her own experiences. Occasionally Jacket would aid her and her exploits. Their targets tend to be Russian Mobsters but there were a couple cases of them attacking Lionel Starkweather within his temple.
    • Some folks over at the House of Costumes and Health and Diseases want to reshape her mask so that it actually fits her without crushing her head while simultaneously trying to repair the damage done. It wouldn't hurt to bring some good within her life.
    • "It doesn't cry, and it doesn't look scared, and it will always be pretty even when I'm old and grey inside."
  • Dollface (2012) only:
    • It's recommended that any supermodels in the Pantheon stay as far away from Krista as possible. Considering her track record of eliminating the competition through things like murder, this cannot be recommended enough. Unfortunately, she's looking to go back on the spotlight despite had what happened. The same goes for anyone prettier than her which was brought into light when she attempted to attack Tina Armstrong, but she was chased out by the Personal Two and nearby deities. Trying to downplay the scar she got from the crash is heavily discouraged.
    • If you really ticked off Krista, then expect to find her piloting the Iron Maiden: a giant flying mecha made in her image. Complete with lasers, explosives, fireballs, a forcefield, and an electric barrier to keep others from running away. Not to mention it's perfectly capable of functioning without the rest of its body. Dollface was actually seen piloting it to terrorize Columbia, much to the dismay of the fighters present.
    • Being an egomaniac, allies are a bit hard to come by in the Pantheon. Her gang of Dolls has their uses, but they're expendable overall. The closest she has to an ally is Junko Enoshima, if only out of convenience to use her plans to make her enemies suffer not to mention the many different Monokuma units help. Though she expects the alliance to sour at some point, she's worried that she'll be buddy-buddy with Calypso. This naturally caught the attention of the majority of the Danganronpa cast, another deity who aids Ultimate Despair in their large scale plans. Krista is far from deterred: She in her eyes faced worse, and she has plenty of Dolls to keep them occupied.
      • Sayaka seems troubled by Krista the most, given their similarities: both are beautiful girls who did a lot of bad things to achieve their goals to rise within their respective industries, all while hiding it under a mask, and both meet their ends in doing so involving a game with murder due to poor choices. But while she did it out of loneliness and did feel sorry for actions, Krista never did feel such remorse. Makoto seemed to notice too, and isn't all to happy about it either.
    • "I'm the prettiest one. They all know that. But the competition, they never let up. They all try to stop me. They all want to be me. But that's okay. It just makes me want to work harder."

Misty, Goddess of Shorttank (Kasumi, Crazy Misty)

    Padmé Amidala 
Padmé Amidala, Goddess of Elective Monarchy and Ridiculously Large Wardrobes
Padmé in just one of her many outfits.
Click here  for a wider range of her wardrobe

Piers, God of Nice Guys With Scary Fashion (former Gym Leader of Spikemuth and captain of Team Yell, Nezu)

    Tommy Vercetti 
Thomas "Tommy" Vercetti, God of Hawaiian Shirts (The Harwood Butcher)


    Queen Marie Antoinette 
Marie-Antoinette, Goddess of Misattributed Quotes and Perpetual High-Class Wear (Maria Antonia Josepha Johanna von Habsburg-Lothringen, Rider, KIRAKIRA, Summer Caster)
Queen Antoinette in life
Her appearance in Rose of Versailles 
Her appearance in Innocent 
As a Rider 
As a Summer Caster 
  • Quasideity, normally. Intermediate as a Servant.
  • Symbol: Her infamous pouf
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral, though some depictions portray her as Lawful Evil. Lawful Good as a Servant.
  • Portfolio: Widely disliked by the public during her time, The Scapegoat, Arranged to get married to Louis XVI, Pretty in Mink, Costume Porn, Innocently Insensitive, Face Death with Dignity, A good mother to her children
  • Domains: Extravagancy, Marriages, Reputations, Executions
  • Heralds: Louis XVI and their children
  • Allies: Oscar François de Jarjayes, Chevalier d’Eon, The Master of Chaldea, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Charles-Henri Sanson, Jeanne d’Arc, Charlotte LaBouff, Rarity, Princess Peach, Pinkie Pie, Marinette Dupain-Cheng and Adrien Agreste, Remy, Madeline, Scrappy-Doo
  • On neutral terms with: The Joestar family
  • Rivals: Tsunade
  • Enemies: The Child Abuse Supporters, Relius Clover, Eliza and Neil Reagan, Princess Morbucks
  • Opposes: Emperor Calus
  • Opposed by: J. Jonah Jameson, Aya Shameimaru, Kent Brockman
  • Respected by: Jean-Pierre Polnareff
  • Pities: Jean Valjean, Inspector Javert
  • Conflicting Opinion: Celestia Ludenberg
  • Marie Antoinette was the 15th child of Holy Roman Emperor Francis I and the Habsburg empress Maria Theres. As a way to gain an alliance with the French, her mother promised them to have their daughter marry to Louis XVI. However, her extravagant lifestyle made her widely disliked by the public, poking fun and spreading rumors about her and blamed her for all the sources of their problems, despite her charitable efforts and compassion for the poor. Later, the French declared war against the royal family after believing that their escape is a betrayal. Their success caused the execution of the royal family.
  • Marie woke up in a place that is unfamiliar to her and found herself being surrounded by a group of people in cloaks surrounding themselves in a circle. They told her about the existence of the Pantheon and that she could start a new life anew without any of her people in her life throwing shade against her. This uplifted the queen, who decided to appoint her husband and their children as her heralds, and thus, her life is now anew.
  • A influential fashion designer, as well as an interior and exterior designer and furniture designer, her creations became influential with the public. This is how she wounded up in a friendly rivalry with Rarity, both of them are pretty prideful in their works and have competed with each other on who creates the best clothing. Other than that, the two are actually pretty good friends, having hosted charitable events together.
  • Marie Antoinette loves parties and makes sure to enjoy it. Rarity decided to introduce her to Pinkie Pie, knowing that she’ll get an enjoyment out of it. The two indeed started getting along and thanks to Marie having a good insight on the party lifestyle, the two have worked together to make enjoyable parties for people to enjoy.
  • During an invitation to a gathering, she met Charlotte LaBouff, who believed in the rumors surrounding the queen at first. She is baffled that the queen is not what the rumours perceived as and is actually a bubbly and amiable girl who was born in the wrong century. She immediately apologized to her for believing in the rumors and having forgiven her for her mistake, Charlotte has been calling her to be her designer and telling her on how to be a princess.
  • She has invited Princess Peach as a guest in one of her parties for an opportunity to gain a royalty friend. Indeed, the two have get along which is attributed to their kindness and having a compassion for their people. Marie considers Princess Peach to be a worthy rules for her people and the pink princess in return sympathizes with her and recognizes her efforts of wanting to help her people. The two have hang out for horseback riding, enjoying parties, and shopping together.
  • She is taught gambling by her mother and is feared for it due to being a good player, however, her debts caused her husband to tell her to stop the gambit. However, her enjoyment with it lets her continue the habit. As such, she met the unlucky gambler Tsunade and despite the fact she didn’t gamble for years, she still always won against Tsunade, infuriating the medic-nin and wanting to usurp the queen one day.
  • Marie appreciates Celestia’s flattery of wanting to be like her and pities her of wanting to become something more than normal, but she could agree that Celestia’s double murder for the sake of money made her cross the line. Celestia is greatly disheartened of her idol’s opinion towards her, but it doesn’t stop her from wanting to chase her dream.
  • While the real-life version and the Servant version share similar personality traits, the Servant version is pretty much the romanticized version of the queen’s good traits. Her ascension made the Master of Chaldea excited to see her and asking for a celebration among the entire Chaldea. Marie is happy to see her beloved Master happy and is will be in service of him as well in the Pantheon. Her first greeting to them was reputedly: "Whassup, my homies?"
    • Despite having been born from different centuries, Marie and Jeanne have struck a friendship with each other in the Orleans Singularity and noted how similar they are because of their fates and that they never hated the people that executed them whom they are trying to help. The two girls are pretty happy to see each other again in the Pantheon.
    • Her closest and most loyal friends in Chaldea are Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Chevalier d’Eon, and Charles Henri-Sanson. She has only met them once in real life and barely knew them, however, the Servant version shared childhood memories with Mozart who once asked her hands on marriage, Sanson is her executioner who feels guilty for her murder because they had become companions before her death, and Marie recognizes Chevalier as a woman and the swordsperson is the one who devoted to the queen for secret missions and diplomacies. As such, the trio are happy to see her again and once again, are willing to be by her side. Marie is happy to see her three close friends in the Pantheon and allows their company.
  • Marie is a devoted mother to her children, and losing them is one of the worst experiences she had to endure. As such, she hates The Child Abuse Supporters for how they treat their respective children and wanting to teach them a lesson regarding their actions. The Child Abuse Supporters knew that she has no power to defeat them easily (unless as a Servant), but they are pissed off by her presence and constant demands to treat their own children properly.
  • She also hates Relius Clover, horrified that he experimented on his wife and children and killed his own son. As usual, Relius stated that he’s doing it for science, but Relius not realizing the immorality of his actions made her much more disgusted at him.
  • She has trouble interacting with Eliza and Neil Reagan, because of their Jerkass attitude. When they first meet her, they wanted to impress her as they thought she was like the version people used to perceive her as, but Marie makes it clear that they are not worth her time and get out of her sight. The same also applies to Princess Morbucks, who is disgusted of how she keeps demanding her father on what she wants, because that’s the only thing she sees him as.
  • She pitied Jean Valjean for what he’s been through for and has helped him for his redemption and his suffering reminds her of what she had failed at to her people. She and her family invited him and his daughter multiple times just so he could eat properly. Jean appreciates the things she did for him, but he still believes he doesn’t deserve it. Her pity also extends to his opposer, Inspector Javert and could understand why he’s extremely loyal to the law.
  • During her visit in the House of Food, she became attracted to the smell of food that she has smelled, which is why she went to the Meals subhouse. There, she met Remy, a rat who loves is a dedicated chef and cooks French cuisine. Marie immediately loved the cute rat and wants to taste his food, considering it as one of the best she ever tasted. Remy is honored to hear her opinion, and thus, he always gave her the finest food she could ever had.
  • Madeline is glad to meet as someone as famous as Marie Antoinette, who also pities her for the horrible life she had to suffer. Marie is proud to have an another fan who doesn’t believe in her reputation and being a lover towards children, plays with her and wants her to befriend her children. The young girl doesn’t regret meeting her like this.
  • Jean Pierre-Polnareff has a huge amount of respect towards the tragic queen and once, he courted her. Marie is somewhat amused by this and reminds him that she is unfortunately married. Jean apologized to her for it, but she stated that she could understand his wants to court her and had forgiven him for it.
    • Being introduced to Marie by Jean, the Joestar family thought she was part of the family because of the double “Jo” in her complete name. After research and clarification from the queen, they realized she’s not part of the family and doesn’t even have the birthmark. Despite their mixed opinions on her, they are willing to defend her if she needs it.
  • Marinette and Adrien also respect her who also feel bad for what’s she been through. Marie has taken a huge liking for the two for protecting her people and wants to see them together. Being a doting mother, she feels bad for Adrien getting a lot of neglect from his father and never getting to know his mother, wanting to give him the parental love he needed.
  • She is one of the few people who became friends with Scrappy-Doo. This is because they are both widely disliked by people and despite their efforts of trying to help, their efforts are ignored at best and sees that he is genuinely kind, despite his nuisance attitude. Scrappy is glad to found someone who could easily relate with him and is eager to become her friend.
  • She could see some similarities between her and Emperor Calus being that they love to wear extravagant clothing and having a time of their lives. That’s where the similarities end, Marie opposed him because of his evil emperor persona despite being beloved by his people and even after the realization of how wrong his actions are, he still continues it because it’s the end of the universe. She also doesn’t like of how he put his daughter on his hitlist, and even if she knew he was somewhat justified on it, she retorted that there are better ways that he could have done.
  • Despite gaining some sympathy and new friends in the Pantheon, there are still people that believe in her infamous reputation. The most sincere about them is J. Jonah Jameson, who isn’t afraid of getting some backlash from her new friends and is adamant about it. Despite denial, Aya Shameimaru has posted nasty rumors about the queen and Kent Brockman said some nasty reports about her just for the spotlight.
  • She is a bit miffed that people always associate her with the quote, “Let them eat cake”, when she never said it. It’s one of the things that ruined her reputation in the public and she’s not as callous as people perceived her to be.
No one understands my ills, nor the terror that fills my breast, who does not know the heart of a mother

    Wendy, John and Michael Darling 
Wendy, John, & Michael Darling, Gods of Pajamas (Wendy: Wendy Moira Angela Darling, Wendy-Lady, Wendybird, Granny Wendy, Red-Handed Jill | John: John Napoleon Darling, Wildcat | Michael: Michael Nicolas Darling, Bear Killer)
From left to right: John, Wendy, and Michael.
John, Michael and Wendy from Pan's timeline.
  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: their flying silhouettes with Big Ben in the background.
  • Theme Songs: "You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly!" (shared with Peter Pan), "Your Mother and Mine" for Wendy alone
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: wearing pajamas during their entire story
  • Domains: Personal Appearance, Growing Up, Family, Flight
  • Heralds: George and Mary Darling (their parents), Nana, Jane and Daniel (Wendy's children)
  • High Priest: Little Nemo
  • Follower: Pajama Sam
  • Allies: Peter Pan, Tinker Bell, Mowgli, The Hundred-Acre Crew, Calvin and Hobbes, Satsuki and Mei Kusakabe, Avatar Aang, Katara, Sokka, Toph Beifong, Alice Liddell/Kingsley, Sora, Kairi, Donald Duck, Goofy, Rosalina, The Pevensie Siblings
  • Enemies: Captain Hook, Blackbeard, Risky Boots, Euron Greyjoy, King K. Rool, Maleficent, Ursula, Pete, Freddy Krueger
  • Opposes: Captain Jack Sparrow, Archie, Rhoda Penmark, Dr. Sofia Lamb, Lady Tremaine, Ozai, The Queen of Hearts, Oberon, Titania and Puck, The Kraken,
  • Conflicting Opinions: Riku, Ariel, Melody, Ponyo, Aquaman, Stannis Baratheon, Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger
  • In a quaint little house in London's Bloomsbury district there lived Mr. and Mrs. Darling, who had three young children; Michael, John and Wendy Angelia Moira Darling.note  Now Wendy, being the eldest, was the leading authority on the immortal flying boy Peter Pan, and would often tell her younger brothers tales about his many adventures and exploits around Neverland. But their parents felt Wendy and her stories were becoming a negative influence on the boys and declared it was time for her to grow up and leave the nursery. That very night, Peter Pan came to the house, searching for his detached shadow... and met Wendy. Turns out, Pan enjoyed her stories and offered to bring her to Neverland so that she wouldn't have to grow up. She accepted but asked that John and Michael would come along with her, which Pan reluctantly agreed to. Together, the siblings travelled to Neverland; a land abound with pirates, mermaids, Native Americans, and wild animals. A world of fun and games... for some. While John and Michael bonded with the Lost Boys, Wendy came to realize that an enteral childhood may not have been all that it was cracked up to be, especially since Peter could never truly return the feelings she had for him. She decided to return home with her brothers and the Lost Boys but all were captured by Captain Hook's pirates. Pan would help save them, and even helped them get back home to London. Many years later, Wendy would have a daughter of her own, named Jane, and while Peter Pan was distraught that his friend had grown up, she allowed Jane to travel with him to Neverland, continuing the adventure once more.
  • It had been many years since Wendy and her brothers travelled to Neverland and in that time, much had changed. All three had grown up and gone their own ways. Michael joined the British army but lost his life during the Great War. John meanwhile, grew to be a proper and stoic gentleman, though admittedly a tad boring. Wendy though remained in London, her children travelling with Peter Pan to have more than their fair share of adventures. Age finally caught up to her and as she took her final breath on her deathbed, Wendy found herself in a strange realm, transformed into her younger appearance complete with her nightgown. There, standing in front of her, were two young boys also dressed in pyjamas; one wearing a black top hat and carrying an umbrella, the other, holding a brown teddy bear. Not a moment later, John and Michael ran up and wrapped their arms around their older sister and Wendy, while surprised at first, returned the hug. Together, the three had found a new home and with it, a new world to explore.
  • The three children weren't the only ones to come to the Pantheon. Their parents, George and Mary Darling, were brought in to keep an eye on them, along with the family dog Nana. Mr. and Mrs. Darling were taken aback by the surreal nature of the Pantheon, preferring to remain in their London home. Still, they'll come up to visit and converse with the more "civilized" members of the Pantheon, knowing their children will be safe with the family dog, Nana, keeping an eye on them.
    • On occasion, Wendy will appear as an adult whenever John and Michael are back home. When that happens, her own children, Jane and Daniel will take her place and have adventures with Peter Pan. Jane is more like her grandfather; a practical individual who, due to living through World War II, put aside her imaginative nature in the process. One trip to Neverland later and Jane rediscovered her childhood whimsy and imagination, and will sometimes travel back to the Pantheon and to Neverland in her mother's place, even taking her kid brother Daniel along with her. It was through Jane that Wendy and her brothers met the Pevensie siblings; Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy. All four also were forced by the Blitz to leave their home in London, but later found themselves in Narnia, a realm similar yet different to Neverland in terms of its inhabitants and magic. John, Michael and Jane like to travel to Narnia from time to time, while Wendy prefers to stick to Neverland.
  • Wendy, John and Michael's reunion with Peter Pan was much anticipated but went differently than most in the Pantheon expected. People expected them to share a hug, or at least a friendly, tearful reunion. Instead, Peter's initial reaction was wondering who the hell this girl and two boys were. Though shocked, Wendy decided to remind Pan by giving him a "thimble". All the memories came rushing back, and Peter was ecstatic to see his friends again, even bringing the Lost Boys and Tinker Bell to see them too. After their reunion, Wendy would make occasional visits to see the Lost Boys and tell them stories, with John and Michael having many more adventures with those Rag Tag Bunch Of Misfits.
  • The way to Neverland is simple; Second Star to the right and straight on till morning. Sometimes the kids will go there just like old times and on one such journey, they met a tall woman with a magic wand and accompanied by a yellow star-shaped creature. Her name was Rosalina, and she offered to show them around her observatory. Of course, Peter came searching for the trio when they didn't show up to Neverland on time and Rosalina apologized for causing them to be late. She still has the observatory open for the kids to explore... as long as they don't get shot off to another galaxy.
  • Wendy's relationship with Tinker Bell has always been a complicated one, considering the fairy was jealous of her when they first met and tried to kill her while in Neverland. It took a lot to finally win over Tink's friendship, helped greatly by the discovery of a certain universe where Tink was much nicer and fixed Wendy's childhood music box. Now whenever Wendy and her brothers are in a pinch, the little fairy will step in to help out. Tink will even bring an extra batch of Pixie Dust in case they need to fly.
    • Due to her complicated relationship with Tinker Bell, Wendy, John and Michael have been wary of The Fair Folk found within the Pantheon, especially those who are more dangerous towards humans. Oberon and Titania, the fairy king and queen, find the trio fascinating, though they've sent their servant Puck to finish what Tink had started. He usually causes a few misadventures here and there but Pan notes that it'll never work. Wendy's too smart for them. She does owe them one thing though; they did provide her and her brothers with sweet dreams, to ward of nightmare beings such as Freddy Krueger, who has taken an interest in the kids to torment.
  • Thanks to the Pantheon, Wendy, John and Michael happened upon other children who are always up for an adventure or two. The man-cub Mowgli likes tagging along with them whenever travelling through the jungle, often acting as a guide and "animal expert" in case they run into anything dangerous. So far the only "dangerous" beast they happened upon was Mowgli's bear friend Baloo, who has shown John, Michael and the Lost Boys the Bare Necessities and will occasionally act as a sparring partner, all the while Bagheera the panther watches on in amusement as the bear always wins. They also join up with the imaginative Calvin and his tiger friend Hobbes, as well as Christopher Robin and his stuffed friends from the Hundred-Acre-Wood. Pooh and friends like to follow behind the Lost Boys - with the gang sometimes having to get Pooh unstuck from a tasty bee nest or two. They're even joined by the Kusakabe sisters; Satsuki and Mei, who will bring along the giant forest spirit Totoro along too. Wendy thinks it great that her brothers have been able to get so many friends, but she always ropes in everyone once the day is done, usually with a bedtime story just as before.
    • That being said, Wendy has kept her eye out for a certain Rhoda Penmark. When they first met, she initially assumed that she was a kind and friendly soul. Boy was she wrong. Rhoda attempted several times to get the Lost Boys and their friends killed, even stealing red roses from the Queen of Hearts and pinning the blame on the children. The bombastic tyrant would've had all their heads had it not been for another young girl named Alice, who pointed out Penmark's deceit and allowed Wendy to gather the kids and make a hasty escape. Later one, the two girls met and began talking, noting their similar adventures - and similar voices too - and over time becoming good friends, even sharing her own stories with the Lost Boys and Girls. She's offered to show the kids Wonderland, but Wendy is a little hesitant. Most everyone is mad there after all.
  • Peter and Wendy are good friends, but their relationship has somewhat been strained due to learning how they are in other universes, especially after the discovery of a particular timeline where Peter is a complete sociopathic monster who kidnapped Wendy to keep her two brothers bent to his will for centuries. However, her feelings for him became much more conflicted because, as she soon discovered, there were various versions of Peter that weren't as sociopathic as he used to be. It made Wendy realize that because Peter chose to stay a child forever, he will never know the joy of having a family or having people who truly love him, not solely for the adventures he brings into their life, and need to move on from this unhealthy lifestyle, as demonstrated by timeline where he indeed grew up and married her granddaughter Moira. Wendy will visit Peter from time to time to read him stories, in exchange for him to greet and appear to the rest of the Pantheon in his nicer versions. She solemnly asked him to not forget this day like he forgot his promise to come for her all those years ago. Peter, while confused, agreed with her, and is reported to be always on time, not in small part due to the House of Life and Death (especially from Death Of the Endless) trying to remind him.
    • Wendy was very surprised when she accidentally stumbled upon the House of Theatre and discovered that there is a play about her and Peter's first adventure in Neverland. The house informed her that it was put on at Peter's request but Peter himself rarely watched the play himself as he is too busy having other adventures. She concluded that this is the main reason that Peter forgot about her when she first ascended and asked Peter to watch the play at least once per month with her, John and Michael. He agreed and the two share a laugh over the fact that Peter is frequently played by a young woman.
  • To say that Wendy, John and Michael have a distrust for pirates would be a grotesque understatement. Though the brothers had always dreamed of duelling buccaneers, their time facing Captain James Hook left a sour spot for them all, especially after he had captured them and forced Wendy to Walk the Plank after she refused to join the Jolly Roger's crew. All three were incredibly displeased to learn Captain Hook had not only survived his crocodile-related demise but had ascended to the Pantheon with his crew, hoping to get revenge on Peter Pan. This distrust also extended to the Pantheon's other pirates. She, John and Michael try to keep their distance from Blackbeard, Risky Boots, Kaptain K. Rool, Euron Greyjoy, and Davy Jones. All of them consider Peter Pan a nuisance and are not above capturing his friends to use as bait... or in Davy Jones' case, fed to the Kraken. John and Michael prefer dealing with Risky Boots or K. Rool though because both will at least give the kids a "sporting chance" to escape and fight back.
    • Initially, Wendy's distrust for pirates also extended to those who aren't as bloodthirsty as the individuals mentioned above. Team Aqua's leader Archie, the Straw Hat pirates, the Gokaiger, and Captain Jack Sparrow's crew are top of her list, due to them either committing their own fair share of crimes or for, well, being pirates. Even the Westerosi king, Stannis Baratheon, isn't in her good books due to him associating with pirates and sellswords, not to mention fighting against Peter Pan in the past. However, she was surprised to learn that some of these "sea-marauders" weren't bad as she thought. The Straw Hats and Gokaiger have shown themselves to be rather friendly, even helping Peter and the kids fight off the more evil crews sailing the Pantheon's oceans. As for Jack Sparrow, while he isn't exactly a "good person", he still will give Wendy and her brothers a hand in fighting Hook, even making John and Michael honorary members of the Black Pearl's crew. It was through Sparrow that Wendy also met Will Turner and his wife Elizabeth; the Captain of the Flying Dutchman and the Pirate King respectively. It's safe to say that the three kids get along with the couple more than they do with Jack.
  • During her time in Neverland, in fact, the reason Peter Pan brought her to Neverland in the first place, Wendy acted as a mother for the Lost Boys and told them stories. As such, she ended up meeting with some of the Pantheon's other mothers/mother figures. Kitty Forman always welcomes the Darling children into her home, much to her husband Red's annoyance, while Sophitia Alexandra admitted to admiring the kids' bravery in the face of certain danger. On the flip side, the kids get along well with Sanae Furukawa and Selma Ježková the latter of which Wendy is often seen with, sympathizing her the Czech mother's plight to save her son's sight. Meanwhile, the human/esper mage Terra Branford sometimes lets John and Michael come visit Mobliz and play with the children there whenever they're able to. As long as Wendy is okay with it... which she usually is. Her motherly nature has also put her at odds with the Pantheon's abusive parents, most of them having behaviour she's appalled at. Sofia Lamb, Lady Tremaine and Fire Lord Ozai are all on the "bad parent" list and she does her best to keep John and Michael away from them.
    • Wendy managed to bond with the Southern Waterbender Katara over being the Team Mom of their respective groups. Katara is impressed that Wendy managed a much bigger group than hers, note  and with the only female companion being a jealous fairy who was bent on killing her. The two can be seen in either their younger or older form sharing stories of their adventures and family, with Aang sometimes travelling to Neverland and showing his Airbending to the Lost Boys. Sometimes, Fire Lord Zuko will also come along, with Wendy noticing how well he gets along with the Lost Boys and Peter, even acting as a mentor to the flying trickster.
  • While wandering through the Pantheon, Wendy met a red-haired princess named Ariel and bonded with her over their shared complicated relationships with their fathers and due to both of them having daughters that shared similar adventures to their own. However, Wendy is secretly jealous of Melody and Ariel as they can visit each other frequently as they each have a temple in the Pantheon while her visits to see Jane are much more limited due to her daughter still being mortal and a Herald. Their friendship took a hit like a ship to an iceberg when Wendy learned that Ariel was not only a former mermaid but a princess of Atlantica. Considering Wendy's first encounter with mermaids in Neverland ended with them only trying to drown her out of jealousy, no one really blames her. That said, Wendy has done her best to get along with Ariel, especially after learning she gave up her mermaid heritage to be with the man she loved. John and Michael actually get along with Melody, and she talks to them about the many wonders of the deep she and her mother have seen in the Pantheon. Wendy listens in as well, pondering about the world beneath the surface.
    • The other merfolk of the Pantheon also give Wendy mixed feelings. Ponyo is cute and means well, but she did inadvertently drown an entire town while searching for her friend Sosuke. As for the King of Atlantis himself, she bears no ill will against Aquaman, and actually has asked about his ability to talk to fish. He was amused by the question and told her about Atlantis and the people who called it home.
  • One of the games John, and Michael liked to play while in Neverland was... fighting the native peoples. Of course, it was more of a childish past-time rather than an actual war but let's just say, their enemy always had the upper hand. That said, in several timelines John developed romantic feelings for the young Princess Tiger Lily, and was happy to learn she was in the Pantheon... sort of. She was a High Priestess to Pocahontas of the Powhatan people, who initially didn't take lightly to the boys and their, to put it lightly, offensive game. But Tiger Lily vouched for them, stating how they were her friends and they had helped rescue her from Hook's pirates. With that in mind, Pocahontas will sometimes keep an eye on the boys, making sure they don't into too much trouble while out in the woods. She even introduced them to the Polynesian mariner Moana and the demigod Maui, both having a little experience with dealing with piratesnote  and who are more than happy to show the young ones how sailing is truly done in the South Pacific.
  • In one timeline, Wendy was captured alongside a seemingly comatose girl named Kairi. The latter was taken away to Hollow Bastion, but Wendy was rescued not only by Peter but by a strange trio of warriors. A keyblade wielding boy named Sora, a talking duck named Donald and a talking dog called Goofy. For her part, Wendy was grateful for the trio helping in her rescue and will come upon them for aid in case The Heartless ever showed up in London again. As for Kairi, she was happy to meet Wendy in person and was pleasantly surprised by how similar Wendy's voice is to her grandmother and Alice. Sometimes, Sora will travel to Neverland to practice his keyblade skills, much to John and Michael's delight, while Wendy and Kairi will tag along, trading stories of their adventures with one another.
    • However, one day when Wendy was visiting Kairi's temple, she discovered Riku was there and nearly attacked him. Turns out, she still remembered how he aided Hook in her kidnapping, having mistaken her for a Princess of Heart, and hadn't forgiven him for it since. Despite Sora and Kairi's insistence, She remained suspicious of the silver-haired boy for a time, wondering how long his Heel–Face Turn would last. Then one day, the dark fairy Maleficent and her lackey Pete, the former being the one who manipulated Riku and the mastermind of her kidnapping, attacked Neverland and nearly captured John, Michael and the Lost Boys. Riku stepped in to save them. This caused Wendy to have a slight change of heart; she may not like Riku for what he did in the past, but nowadays she tolerates him.
  • From time to time, Wendy will sometimes become a pirate herself, known as Red-Handed Jill, and will take over the Jolly Roger from Hook to fight the Lost Boys on Saturdays. Pan knows this little secret, and he'll rope in the other pirates in the Pantheon to join in on the fun.