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The Combat Dojo!!!

A massive Dojo built to fit several types of martial arts. Here Gods come together to spar together and hone their best attacks. The Combat House is made to be very durable, since many of the Gods are known to be very powerful. It is best to not piss them off, or else you'll receive a beatdown.

It goes without saying that this house oozes badass from every pore, and consequently only the worthy may enter it. The unworthy tend to brown their pants immediately and run away.


Due to the sheer number of gods in this wing of the Pantheon, this page has been split.

Recently the improved training area designed and constructed by Evangeline A.K. McDowell and Nanoha Takamachi (with a few tweaks thanks to Urahara) have been completed. It's a hyperspace the size of the Solar System, improved from Evangeline's own training (and vacation) place that has the capability to compress time experienced by the users. It's varied from place to place, from X2 to X3650 longer than the times outsides. The insides also have various environments filled with monsters of any kind and training equipment, private customizable training rooms capable of meeting all kind of requirement, and a 5-star hotel, enough to train all the gods in pantheon as the same time, all of which were provided by the House of Technology. Finally, it has been equipped with an (optional) setting to project a powerful TSAB-designed energy field, capable of encompassing the entire area, that converts all forms of damage - from ki-based attacks to physical strikes from fists and even swords - into non-lethal magical damage. This has made quite a few of the Good-aligned fight-loving deities quite happy, as it allows them to go all-out and test themselves and each other to the fullest without worrying about accidentally seriously harming or killing anyone.


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Council of Three

The Three Guards of the House of Combat

    Bruce Lee 
Bruce Lee AKA Li Xiaolong in pinyin, God of Martial Arts and Kung Fu Noises (The Dragon) (no, not that kind of Dragon, or that one, either)

    Ip Man 
Ip Man AKA Ye Wen in pinyin, Divine Grandmaster of Wing Chun (He Who Tamed The Dragon)
Left: The Donnie Yen Ip Man, Right: The Real Ip Man
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Wooden Practice Dummy
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Normal Nice Guys, Old Master, Chinese Martial Virtues, Combat Pragmatist, Doting Parent
  • Domains: Martial Arts, Family Man, One-Man Army,Defender of Innocence, Wing-Chun Kun Fu, Bravery, Honor Before Reason, Kindness
  • Allies: Bruce Lee, Doctor Wong Fei Hong, Donnie Yen (his avatar), Kamijou Touma, Yuuki Konno, Sayaka Miki
  • The teacher of Bruce Lee, God of Martial Artists.
    • How badass is he exactly? Were it not for his teachings, Bruce Lee would not be able to beat Chuck Norris; let that sink in for a moment.
      • Such is his prowess as a warrior that he earned the respect of the Japanese occupying Canton in World War 2, who attempted in persuading him to impart Wing Chung Kung fu to their soldiers. He politely refused, not wishing to betray his people. He cheerfully admits that well choreographed though the fight in his biography may be, he never actually got to fight one General Miura, head of the occupational forces.
    • That said, he has become very dear friends with Donnie Yen, and when he visits the mortal realms the two have been documented to have long and jolly chats with tea and cigarettes while watching the two good biographies made of him, naturally both starring Donnie.
  • In spite of his importance to the Chinese Warrior World, Master Ip is a sweet, kind and humble gentleman who insists that he is first and foremost a family man who was just trying to put a roof over his sons' heads and get them through school.
  • Deeply admires the staunch-devotion to justice of his new student Miki Sayaka, yet constantly reminds her to not lose sight of family and friendship while being devoted to the good-fight.

    Wong Fei Hung 
Doctor Wong Fei-hung AKA Huang Feihong in pinyin, God of Martial Arts Heroes (Tenth Tiger of Canton, The Tiger After Tigers)

Chie Satonaka of the Investigation Team spends much of her time here. The training is more brutal than anything she had faced before, but Chie makes no secret to how fulfilling she finds it. She ends every one of her sessions with steak.


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