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    Galacta Knight 
Galacta Knight, God of Sealed-Away Badasses (Galactic Knight, The Greatest Warrior in the Galaxy, Temporal Warrior, Morpho Knight(?), The Reborn Butterfly(?), Dark-Winged Disaster(?), Aeon Hero, The Ancient Hero)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: Himself sealed in a crystal
  • Theme Music: The Greatest Warrior in the Galaxy
  • Alignment: True Neutral (?)
  • Portfolio: Being Sealed Away for Fear His Power Was Too Great, The Series' First Boss with a Rock Theme, and for Good Reason, Subsequent Bonus Boss, Lance and Shield users, Pink, White and Hostile, "The Most Powerful Warrior in the Galaxy" (despite being defeated in all his appearances), The Ancient Hero
  • Domains: Time, Space, Warriors, Destruction, Challenge
  • Allies: None (he attacks literally anyone, regardless of alignment)
  • Rivals: Meta Knight, Kirby, King Dedede, Bandana Waddle Dee, Gallantmon, Master Chief, Kenpachi Zaraki, Augus, Barbatos Goetia, Naoki Kashima/Demi-fiend, Vergil
  • Enemies: Galeem and Dharkon
  • Opposed by: King Kai, Mogo
  • Respected by: Worf
  • Avoids: Tippi, Philemon, Mothra, Mothra Leo, the Radiance
  • Avoided by: Nightmare
  • Unknown Relation: Void Termina
  • Galacta Knight is an ancient warrior, known as "The Greatest Warrior In The Galaxy". Feared for his great power, he was sealed in a prison of crystal and banished to another dimension to not cause anymore harm to the world. One day, a swordsman named Meta Knight approached the clockwork star named Galactic Nova to summon the greatest warrior in the galaxy. Nova complied, and so Galacta Knight was summoned for battle. Now every so often, Galacta Knight reappears and escapes from his crystal prison to battle Meta Knight, Kirby, and others who dare challenge him.
  • It was a normal day in the House of Combat when suddenly, a portal appeared in the middle of the House. Out emerged a large pink crystal, which shattered and unleashed Galacta Knight from his crystal prison. He then began to fight every deity in the vicinity, and it was thanks to the efforts of the House's most powerful and skilled individuals that he was stopped. After his defeat, he returned to his crystal prison and vanished. The Court of the Gods decided to grant him a place in the Pantheon as they sensed that he can and will return to the Pantheon anytime.
  • Galacta Knight is often sealed inside a crystal and located in an alternate dimension, but occasionally he emerges somewhere in the Pantheon to battle nearby deities. Many combat hungry deities, like Kenpachi Zaraki, Augus, Barbatos Goetia, Naoki Kashima, and Vergil have expressed interest in fighting him due to his reputation as the "Greatest Warrior in the Galaxy", and many such challengers such as Master Chief and Gallantmon weren't disappointed when they did face off against him. While it's possible for someone to summon him, it's very risky as he's prone to attacking his summoner, as Star Dream and Parallel Nightmare can attest to.
  • How powerful is Galacta Knight? According to Star Dream, powerful enough to destroy planets. This naturally made him especially disliked by King Kai, as he doesn't want Galacta Knight to destroy his tiny planet, and Mogo, who doesn't like the thought of Galacta Knight destroying him.
  • Oddly enough, when Galacta Knight is active, he seems to be avoiding butterfly and moth related deities like Tippi, Philemon, Mothra, Mothra Leo, and the Radiance. While most Gods are confused by this strange behavior, some have a theory: During the Jamba Heart incident, the leader of the Jamba Cult, Hyness, created a portal that summoned Galacta Knight. However, a butterfly then perched on his lance, and then Galacta Knight suddenly vanished. The butterfly then transformed into a similar knightly entity called Morpho Knight and attacked the heroes. No one is sure if Morpho is a fusion of Galacta and the butterfly or just the butterfly, but one thing's for sure; Galacta Knight is now wary of any butterfly related deities and avoids them whenever he can.
  • Recently, some gods have been theorizing that Galacta Knight may have been one of the four heroes who defeated and sealed Void Termina in the past. While there is minimal evidence of these claims, some believe that summoning Galacta Knight would be a good idea if Void Termina were to run rampant again.
  • As a member of a proud warrior race, Worf heavily respects Galacta Knight for his immense strength and reputation as "The Greatest Warrior in the Galaxy". While he is interested in squaring off against him, the rest of the Enterprise refuse to let him fight due to the huge power disparity between them.
  • Galacta Knight has been compared to Kurama, Typhon, and the Tenno, as they are powerful beings sealed away because of their power. In Kurama and Typhon's case, it was because of their destructive nature that they had to be sealed, and the Tenno lay dormant until awakened to save the solar system from danger. While the Tenno and Naruto are willing to fight against Galacta Knight should he rampage again, nobody wants to release Typhon from his prison, fearing that the damage from both entities might be too great, plus Tyohon's nature makes him risky to use.
  • Was amongst the many deities turned into Spirits during the fifth Smash tournament, remaining unaffiliated during this time. Notably, their max stats as such were second only to Galeem and Dharkon who had the power to destroy/recreate the universe. Even Reality Warpers like Tabuu, Master Hand and Crazy Hand were second to him.
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Intermediate Gods

    Etna 
Etna, Goddess of Prepubescent Badassery (Demon Lord Etna, Beauty Queen Etna)
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  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: Her skull earrings
  • Theme Songs: "Etna Rock" and "Etna Boogie"
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Cute Bruisers, Demons, Having a Complete Lack of Boobage, Being Immortally Prepubescent, Tsunderes, Killer Rabbits, Wearing Leather, Struggling to Contain Her Power
  • Domains: Chaos, Trickery, Darkness, Usurpers, Destruction, Youth
  • Allies: Laharl, Flonne, Toph Beifong, River Tam, Rachel Alucard, Lilith Aensland, Shion Sonozaki, Prinnies, Seraph Lamington (as much as she denies it)
  • Enemies: Adell (To a certain degree), Warboss Ghazghkull, Mikuru, Power Girl, Selena Recital, Morrigan Aensland (though they have been able to set aside their differences during important times), pretty much any Goddess who has bra size C and above (except Shion and Ryoubi, in a sense), Skipper, Kowalski, Rico, and Private, Yoko Littner, Gul'dan
  • Is very, very, sensitive over her lack of "maturity," and any mention of such within earshot is met with Horrible, Painful Death(TM). A good deal of the other Gods like it, mind you, but she won't hear any of it.
  • Hacked the Pantheon for the purposes of changing her ranking. Haruhi's been trying to change it back for some time, to no avail.
  • Is one of the few deities that has defeated Adell in fair combat. Though some suggest that it would not have happened if Rozalin (His girlfriend) didn't insult her chest size, thus pressing her biggest Berserk Button.
  • Her treatment of the Prinnies is strongly frowned upon by many members in the House of Beasts. Not that this makes any difference on her treatment of her beaked slaves, mind you...
  • Under normal circumstances (i.e. being an enemy of anyone with bra size C and above) she would be Shion's enemy. However, Shion's mischievous nature won her over. That and a certain prank Shion played on Laharl that she couldn't stop laughing at for days.
  • After ending a crisis in the Netherworld, Laharl and Flonne returned to the pantheon without Etna for reasons they refuse to explain. She was in a coma for weeks after a nearly fatal exposure to "The Artifact of Absolute Death". Etna eventually returned with a power boost, but has been seen struggling with it.
  • Ever since she managed to bring in the Prinnies into the Pantheon, she has begun to question this choice. Even though she gets to enjoy the luxury of having hundreds of servants at her disposal, she still has to deal with the constant attacks from Warboss Ghazghkull since he is always in need of a new batch of Prinnies along the need of a brutal battle. Though she has about as many victories as she has losses against him, she still has to sacrifice many Prinnies in the process due to the destruction that the fights cause.
  • Is taking part in "The Pantheonic Rebellion" to back up Flonne.
  • When she heard about the formation of 'League of Flat Chest', Etna wasted no time to propose for leadership, hilariously threatening everyone that she can grind her levels to over nine thousand and make everyone still submit to her anyway. Even the proposer, Noel Vermillion, had to accept that proposal, despite her title. Etna was pleased.
  • The Penguins of Madagascar have declared her their sworn enemy, condemning her treatment of the Prinnies due to being "penguins" no matter how many times others try to tell them differently. Etna personally considers them a nuisance, though due to them actually getting the better of her on several occasions, even she has some level of respect for them.
    • "Some" meaning she puts them slightly above "annoying".

    The Monkeys 
The Monkeys, Gods and Goddesses of Overkill
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  • Range between Intermediate Gods and Quasideities depending on the monkey
  • Symbol: The Super Monkey’s emblem, or bananas
  • Theme Song: Party time
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Extreme Overkill, Everything's Better with Monkeys, Super Intelligence, coming in a variety of non realistic colors, games that don’t really have a plot, Skill Tree, Loads and Loads of Characters, Acid Attack, Wave-Motion Gun, Physical Gods, Nuke 'em, Playing with Fire, only having two females (well, there are three, but the last one is in the patch notes), and so much more.
  • Domains: Monkeys, Destruction
  • Herald: Max, Sai, Captain Classie, Sam, C4 Charlie
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Bounce Man, the House of Celebration, Frieza, Pokémon hunter J, the House of Water & Moisture (Gwen)
  • Terrifies: The houses of Ice & Cold and Plants (Gwen), Emmet
  • Before the rise of man brought the great rivalry between Pirate and Ninja, there was another natural feud between two animal species: Monkeys... and B[al]loons. No one knows how or why this epic war began, but both sides fight endlessly with ever greater wartime developments vying for domination of the world. All of the preceding is included absolutely nowhere in the game's design, and is merely a flavorful fantasy explaining why players seem to care so much about using monkeys to pop balloons.
  • A normal day in the pantheon was interrupted when a portal appeared in the sky and a bunch of balloons came out of it. They did little more than annoying most of the people near the portal and then a bunch of monkeys popped out of the portal and started mercilessly killing them with a ton of weapons. It was quite a scene.
    • After the very few surviving balloons fled, one monkey in a tank said that he and his teammates have been fighting Bloons for years. Their brutality against the Bloons earned them a place in the Combat Other sub-house for Overkill on the spot.
  • Once the temple for them was made, the monkey engineers swiftly got to work, building a monkey paradise, with plenty of places to make new weapons if need be.
  • Because of his round, balloon-like shape, Bounce Man quickly got attacked by these balloon popping monkeys (The fact that they share a sub house doesn’t help). Bounce Man quickly went to the Main House to kick them out. The results of this remain hidden to the public, but most assume he failed to do so. They also hate the house of celebration, because of... do we need to spell it out for you? Either way, they got banned multiple times, but every time they manage to sneak back in.
  • Most monkeys have hung out their temple from time to time; some good, some bad, but they liked the company. This, of course, led Spike to their temple wanting to know why there were so many monkeys in one place, suspecting they were up to no good. Gwen told him not to worry, and said that he could call on their help anytime.
  • When they first arrived, a lot of people who don’t know them thought that they were infected by the simian flu because they they came just after the first ever successful raid of it by the Murkrow. When they realized that they meant trouble, most of the monkeys sacrificed themselves to form the avatar of the vengeful monkey, who quickly incinerated the thieves... and a small chunk of the Main House. When they turned back to normal and the simian flu was put back in its place, they got rewarded handsomely... with parts to reconstruct the part of the Main House they destroyed. They reconstructed it flawlessly, impressing the house of Craft, especially Emmet. Despite this, he is still terrified of them because of their violence.
  • They made a quick enemy with Freeza, due to his hatred for “filthy monkeys”. They decided to do an Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny Between him and Avatar of the Vengeful Monkey. Mettaton, overhearing this decided to film this and broadcast it throughout the pantheon. Interestingly, the monkeys got more popular as a result of this. Unfortunately, this caused the Pokémon hunter J to put a bounty on their head....
    • Another person that made an enemy of them after MTT's broadcast is Sans, who is displeased at them for killing millions of bloons. They defended their decision because A) they have no emotion B) they are just sent by the truckload at them and C) they are infinitely coming. Sans calmed down after hearing this, but he is still suspicious.
  • Exclusive to Quincy:
  • Exclusive to Gwen:
    • Unsurprisingly, her first stop was the sub-house of Fire & Heat, where she quickly made a name of herself due to her popularity in her home game. She is apparently making club in secret here: the secret house of the elementals, where one low ranking member of each sub-house come to her clubhouse to pull pranks on people.
    • Regarding other houses, her Kill It with Fire motto keeps her away from the Plants house and Ice & Cold sub-house, she still wants one to be in her club, but she does not know who. She is annoyed by the Water & Moisture sub-house because they can put out her fires, but you know what they say: “With enough fuel and air everything burns!’’.
    • One incident was when she snuck onboard Moltres and tried (badly) to control it. The end result? The entirety of the Plants house being set on fire. Despite this Moltres still likes her and takes her flying every once and a while, as long as it doesn’t cost the house of Plants.
    • Calling herhotwill get you melted into a gooey pulp. Also, she is not interested in Quincy, regardless of what others say.
  • Exclusive to Striker Jones:
    • Being a military general, he was more than impressed with the fact that the pantheon has a War house, trying to get into it at least as a temporary member, he got accepted, so he often visits.
    • He also travels to the Gaming house every once and awhile. The worms are his primary target when he’s there and he loves to talk to them to see what’s new in their tech.
    • He gets along with most people who shoot things like the Inklings, the aforementioned worms and more, he often tries to get them to fight the Bloons with little success.
  • Exclusive to Obyn:
    • He often stops by the house of Plants, being a spirit of the forest after all. He talks to them about improving the house to its fullest potential. The leaders declined, but he keeps trying.
    • He also goes to the house of Ambiguity, due to his mysterious nature, he struts about, and he talks to the deities to learn the latest gossip. The house of Beast is another common stop due to his Attack Animal, though he doesn’t stay long.
  • Exclusive to Churchill:
    • He, like Jones, likes going around to the house of War and training there, but he is more respected than Jones due to his Tank and sharper military intellect, as in, able to make better decisions. Despite this, they are still good friends.
    • Being a secret fan of anime, he has a wide amount of knowledge about it, and he often talks to people from anime to learn more (he still hate Frieza, though).
  • Exclusive to Benjamin:
    • Him being a bank hacker he stays alone most of the time, only coming out to play or be the house of music’s DJ as his alter ego DJ Benjammin’.
    • A lot of people think that he is nothing but trouble, but he hacks for a good cause: getting extra money. This doesn’t stop someone like Roboking from getting worried about getting hacked. Ben simply told him to calm down and he couldn’t hack him even if he tried, and they are friends now... at least sort of.
    • Being named after slang for the $100 US dollar bill, Benjamin, he and the real Benjamin are good friends, but almost never see each other due to them doing their own thing.
  • Exclusive to Elizi:
    • Nothing much is known about her, other than she is a witch doctor who spends most of her days sacrificing various things. The house of Life and Death welcome her to stop by anytime, she never got the memo, but she still considers them her friends.
    • Oddly, she loves small cats and wants more in the pantheon. It’s kind of heartwarming in a way to see how she takes care of them, with the pay of bloon deaths, that is. Oddly despite his combat prowess, she doesn’t Incineroar, as she thinks that he is a shallow Attention Whore.
  • Exclusive to Pat Fusty:
    • Not Being called “The big monkey” for nothing, he oftentimes is fighting big opponents in the combat house using his punches, his slaps, and his hugs. Him and his opponents often tie, with better understanding of each other.
    • Due to sounding similar, him and Patrick Star are often swimming with him an grabbing a bite with him. He is also a good friend to Spongebob for this reason.

    Noriaki Kakyoin 
Noriaki Kakyoin, God of Last Ditch Attacks (Kakyoin, Tenmei Kakyoin, "The Only Reason Women Watch this Show", Mr. K)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Stand, Hierophant Green
  • Theme Songs: Noble Pope, Goodbye Nostalgia
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Stand: Hierophant Green
  • Portfolio: A Follower of DIO Until He Was Defeated, Beware the Nice Ones, Emerald Splash, Friendless Background, Bishōnen, The Heart, Using the Last of His Powers to Help His Allies
  • Domains: Power, Summoning, Emeralds
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • On generally good terms with: Phantom Thieves of Heart, Iroque
  • Not only is Noriaki Kakyoin one of the first Stand users that Jotaro encountered, but he was one of several individuals that was working for Dio. Unlike many of the other characters that Jotaro fought, Kakyoin was freed of his brainwashing and following this, became a member of Jotaro and Joseph’s team that was hunting down Dio to destroy him. His Stand, Hierophant Green, can crawl into people's bodies and control them (which saw very little use following his initial battle with Jotaro), stretch its limbs at great lengths, and shoot emerald projectiles. Once he eventually confronted Dio, Kakyoin ended up being overpowered by him and with no other options left, Kakyoin used one final Emerald Splash on a nearby clock tower before dying in order to give his surviving allies a clue on Dio’s time-stopping powers in order to defeat that menace for good.
  • Even though Kakyoin was among those who died during the final battle against Dio, Jotaro’s time in the Pantheon led him to believe that many of his friends and foes that he encountered would still be around in some capacity regardless of how they turned out the last time he saw them. Jotaro received a note from Joseph Joestar that Kakyoin was waiting for him at a far-off town, prompting Jotaro and Joseph to head off to where Kakyoin was at. As the two were getting close to their destination, they noticed a couple other vehicles parked to where they were at, suspecting that a few goons were aware of Kakyoin being in the Pantheon and whoever those threats were tried to eliminate Kakyoin. Once Joseph and Jotaro met up with Kakyoin properly, they noticed that Kakyoin was able to take care of these thugs with only a few minor injuries. Kakyoin was subsequently welcomed to the Pantheon by Joseph and Jotaro, and it was there that not only did Kakyoin’s adventures continue, but he would learn of what adventures Joseph and Jotaro took part in well after Dio was initially defeated.
  • While Kakyoin is well-aware of some of the past allies and adversaries that the Joestar line has encountered thanks to partaking in some event, it was in the Pantheon that Kakyoin got to know them better. There were some enemies outside of Dio that Kakyoin held in contempt, especially Enrico Pucci for being a supporter of Dio and pulling off extreme actions that essentially rendered Kakyoin’s sacrifice to ensure Dio’s demise pointless. Of the numerous allies that the Jojos have encountered, Kakyoin is very good friends with Okuyasu Nijimura. Despite the differences in intelligence and how their final fates turned out, both were influenced by Dio in some way (Okuyasu’s father had a Flesh Bud implanted and put the family in danger after being deformed from such and Kakyoin was directly brainwashed) and became staunch allies of their respective Jojo following a confrontation with them.
  • Of those who have had troubled pasts and a Friendless Background, Kakyoin was able to relate to Thunder quite a bit, with her understanding his personal problems as well. Thunder was someone who didn’t make much of an attempt to find any friends thanks to having an abusive past, with her only friend being M950A, who was the opposite of Thunder personality-wise. It was 950’s determination and optimism that helped Thunder open up and even accept her as a friend, akin to how Jotaro’s resolve helped Kakyoin grow as a person following their initial meeting.
  • Kakyoin wasn’t the only deity who had to make up for his friendless past and prior dubious actions. Starlight Glimmer was someone who was unable to have friends in the past, something that took a toll on her sanity and she performed some terrible actions before being told how much damage she would cause if acted on. This affected Starlight greatly that she abandoned her dark path and was willing to be a student to Twilight Sparkle (who herself didn’t have many friends prior to meeting others in Equestria) in order to better understand friendship. Starlight was able to relate to Kakyoin’s past and how he wanted to move on from it and both were able to find good friends in each other following their initial meeting.
    • On a fairly similar note, Kakyoin heard about two students, Shouya Ishida and Shouko Nishimiya, and how they have had troubled lives due to a lack of friends and how Shouya did his best to make up for his past transgressions against Shouko. He does have sympathy for the two, though Shouya’s bullying of Shouko and how that resulted in Shouya getting ostracized later on was something Kakyoin worried about even if the circumstances are far more grounded in comparison. More to the point, Kakyoin does wonder if his life would have been a lot worse than before had he been a servant of Dio for longer. The two don’t hold anything against Kakyoin and if anything, Shouya is worried about what it’s like to work for people who want to cause grief on a larger scale.
  • Despite their contrasting personalities, Kakyoin was able to get along with Shadow the Hedgehog. Aside from their use of Emerald-based powers (with Kakyoin having Emerald Splash and Shadow relying on a Chaos Emerald to perform Chaos Control), they had embarked on an adventure that had them confronting an individual that was tied to their questionable past. Chaos Control having the ability to stop (or at least slow down) time unnerved Kakyoin for a bit, though Shadow being on the side of good (if a bit distant in terms of character even as a member of a trio that Shadow considers his closest friends) mitigated those concerns.
  • Being brainwashed by Dio and made into a servant of his is something that Kakyoin is not proud of to say the least. That there were a multitude of deities dedicated to brainwashing others and forcing them to serve an evil cause was more than enough to earn them Kakyoin’s ire. Having a Flesh Bud embedded inside his own body was painful enough on its own and having to go through something similar to that through different means isn’t something Kakyoin wants to happen. He is more than willing to target deities dedicated to malicious brainwashing so that others won’t have to go through what he did back when he was a servant of Dio’s. Of those deities, Kakyoin has a pronounced hatred of M. Bison and King Sombra given how they’re focused on being tyrannical rulers who instill terror onto others and how they use brainwashing as a means to achieve that goal, akin to how Dio wanted to rule over others.
    • It came as a shock for Kakyoin to learn about those who brainwash people not to do evil, but to act like decent human beings. He didn’t have the best background before meeting Dio and it was only after he was freed of said brainwashing that Kakyoin really became a nice person, but he is still apprehensive of that particular idea. By his own admission, he doesn’t hold anything against The Phantom Thieves of Heart and Iroque as individuals given how they all had troubling pasts, how the Phantom Thieves grew together as a team, and that Iroque really did become a good person after she herself was subject to that brainwashing. He does understand what both parties want to achieve a better world for others to live in, but Kakyoin’s more inclined to be a good person by his own volition.
  • As far as being a pawn for a villain is concerned, Kakyoin managed to find kinship with Durbe (in addition to being loyal towards their respective group of friends), one of the Barian Emperors. Kakyoin was taken aback by how Don Thousand was willing to corrupt others to turn against their allies, something that happened to Durbe. That said, Durbe is sympathetic towards how Kakyoin didn’t have any friends and how that played a role in the latter becoming a brainwashed pawn of Dio.
  • Kakyoin wasn’t the only victim of brainwashing who broke out of it and used their abilities to fight back against their perpetrator. A girl named Blade ended up being used by the Sumeragi Institute of Human Evolution as their enforcer as a means to get closer to their goal, with her breaking free from her brainwashing thanks to Luminous Avenger iX and helping him take down Demerzel. There is a notable difference in how things turned out for them, with Kakyoin being freed of his brainwashing a lot quicker, but unable to live to see Dio truly defeated whereas it took longer for Blade to be freed from the Sumeragi Institute's control, but was able to move on once Demerzel was defeated. Blade and Kakyoin have managed to befriend each other, with both relating to each other in their determination in moving on from their past transgressions as a pawn for a villain they were fighting against.
  • One Stand user that ended up being a major problem for him was Mannish Boy, a baby who can use his Stand to invade the dreams of others and kill them there. Defeating Mannish Boy required Kakyoin to get around Death 13’s capabilities in order to save him and his teammates from potentially getting killed. There were a number of nightmare-inducing entities that gave Kakyoin bad memories of Mannish Boy such as Freddy Krueger, but it’s the more powerful ones such as Wizeman and Vaermina that he’s worried about. The two are able to create nightmarish worlds much more elaborate than what Death 13 could come up with and if he does end up getting trapped in them, getting out of them alive would be very difficult even with Hierophant Green and would more than likely require the help of specialized dream entities to escape those worlds.

    The Ultra Beasts 
AN ULTRA WORMHOLE HAS APPEARED IN THE PANTHEON!

The Ultra Beastsmembers , Divine Representatives of Min-Maxing (Nihilego: UB-01: Symbiont, The Parasite Pokémon, Jelly Hugger, UB01 Parasite, Uturoid | Buzzwole: UB-02: Absorption, The Swollen Pokémon, -insert any number of Rated M for Manly people here-, UB02 Expansion, Massivoon | Pheromosa: UB-02: Beauty, The Lissome Pokémon, The Cluster, Pheroache | Xurkitree: UB-03: Lighting, The Glowing Pokémon, Plugs Ripley, Denjyumoku | Celesteela: UB-04: Blaster, The Launch Pokémon, Railgun, Tekkaguya | Kartana: UB-04: Blade, The Drawn Sword Pokémon, UB04 Slash, Kamiturugi | Guzzlord: UB-05: Gluttony, The Junkivore Pokémon, Mr. Glutton, UB05 Gluttony, Akuziking | Naganadel: UB: Stinger, The Poison Pin Pokémon, Agoyon | Stakataka: UB: Assembly, The Rampart Pokemon, UB: Lay, Tudentune | Blacephalon: The Fireworks Pokemon, UB: Burst, Zugadoon)

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The numbered Ultra Beasts. Clockwise from center: Buzzwole, Kartana, Xurkitree, Guzzlord, Pheromosa, Nihilego, and Celesteela
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    Valkenhayn R. Hellsing 
Valkenhayn R. Hellsing, God of Submissive Badasses (Silver Wolf, Butter Man, Dog person)
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  • Intermediate God (Greater God at his Prime)
  • Symbol: Valkenhayn's Emblem
  • Theme Music: Howling Moon I and II, SIX-HEROES (shares the latter theme with the rest of the Six Heroes)
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Werewolf Beastkin, Legendary Hero, "Awesome McCool" Name, Only Hero to fight without Nox, Badass in a Nice Suit, Cool Old Guy, Battle Butler, Former Immortal Hunter, "I live to serve"
  • Domains: Werewolves, Butlers, Loyalty, Heroism, Time
  • Allies:
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork With: Ragna the Bloodedge
  • Enemies: Anyone who would harm Rachel Alucard, Yuuki Terumi, Relius Clover, Hazama, Fenrir Greyback, Lord Voldemort, The Death Eaters, Hoss Delgado, Millennium, Alexander Anderson, B.B. Hood
  • Opposes: Buffy Summers
  • Valkenhayn R. Hellsing is the loyal servant of the Alucard family. A former member of the Immortal Breakers and one of the Six Heroes who helped lead humanity into defeating the Black Beast. Valkenhayn was a Former Teen Rebel (a lot like Ragna actually) until he and Relius Clover were contracted to kill Clavis Alucard, they failed. After multiple confrontations and assassination attempts, Valkenhayn would swear Undying Loyalty to his new master. Said loyalty would last even after Clavis's death and continue towards his daughter, Rachel Alucard. His greatest wish, is that Clavis returns from death, so he can continue to serve both members of the Alucard family.
  • Valkenhayn was once a follower of Hayate Ayasaki, God of Battle Butlers, and made a few appearances here and there at the behest of Rachel Alucard, for he shall always be available to tend to her ladyship. After amassing even more power after her deification, Rachel was finally able to fully manifest Valkenhayn within the Pantheon as the God of Cool Werewolves.
    • He would eventually give up his titles to Genn Greymane and Larry Talbot, believing them to be more worthy of it. Instead he chose a title that best represented his loyalty and servitude to his master, Rachel Alucard. Hence he is now the God of Submissive Badasses.
  • When Valkenhayn had ascended, the first thing he did was to greet his master, as well as prepare her some tea. Rachel was very pleased to see her faithful servant in pantheon, she even invited (read forcibly teleported) many gods from their home world to celebrate. Valkenhayn was happy to see both his old comrades Hakumen and Nine, alive and well.
    • He wasn't however happy to see Ragna, nor was Ragna very happy to see him. But he was even less happy to hear that both Relius and Terumi were here in pantheon. Knowing that they were still around has encouraged Valkenhayn to search and make new allies, along with the others that Rachel had made, to finally put an end to the two hated gods.
  • While not many werewolves in Pantheon are the same, Valkenhayn's kind tends to stand out. The reason is that his race was created with the use of sorcery. Therefore he, and by extension other lycanthropes, exist outside of "logic" or "reason". Not only do the natural laws mean nothing to him, but it allows Valkenhayn to do what would otherwise be considered impossible. One of them being how he has a natural high immunity to both temporal and dimensional manipulations. Only high level Intermediate Gods and above can get past this. Another is that he can tear apart a Pure Magic Being, immortals and Eldritch Abomination with his bare hands.
    • It should be said, the near hundred years since the Dark War have both greatly aged and weakened Valkenhayn. He isn't as strong as he used to be... but that doesn't mean he's weak. Even at his old age, he can still wipe the floor with One Man Armies and Persons Of Mass Destruction.
  • Being the loyal butler he is, Valkenhayn found new allies with others with a similar profession. He even became part of a team known as The Seven Servants.
  • Valkenhayn is a bit popular with his fellow werewolves. One was with a werewolf by the name of Fenrich. The two see a lot in one another, both are deeply loyal to their vampiric masters, both are former mercenaries, and both wouldn't hesitate to kill one another if their respected masters were to order it. The two actually formed a pact with one another, said pact being that they would aid one another in returning their masters to their former glory. Valvatorez would retain his Tyrant status and Rachel would retain her powers as an Onlooker.
    • Of course Fenrich wasn't the only werewolf that Valkenhayn met. He also came in contact with Bigby Wolf, Darius Crowley, Jon Talbain, and Akira Kaburagi. Valkenhayn feels most comfortable and similar to Bigby, Darius and the previously mentioned Greymane, as werewolves that are capable of maintaining both their sanity and identity in their transformed state. He looks fondly over Jon Talbain and Akira Kaburagi, offering them training should they wish for it, as well as blessings and support over their respective relationships. Jon, while grateful for the training, is embarrassed about his "relationship" with Felicia. Akira, while grateful for his support with his relationship with Mina, has yet commented about the training proposal.
    • While there are a number of werewolves that Valkenhayn finds to be good company, the same can not be said with Fenrir Greyback. He views him with nothing but utter disgust, and has taken every opportunity to give him an absolute brutal beating. Letting Fenrir know that despite being The Dreaded in the wizard world, he's nothing when compared to someone who's power is recognized by even the Takehaya Susanoo-no-Mikoto.
  • When Valkenhayn heard of a particular vampire who was known as Alucard, he initially didn't think much of it. Seeing as there were two others were also referred by the same name. At least until he heard more about him. How he had long black hair, crimson colored eyes, how he was the oldest of his kind, as well as one of their most powerful. How he believed that Humans Are Special, and finally how he's known far and wide as the "No Life King". With everything present, he believed that the Vampire may have been his former master, Clavis Alucard. Unfortunately, it was just as he previously thought, it was a completely different vampire. Interestingly enough, Alucard himself searched for Valkenhayn. Hearing a retired warrior by the name of Hellsing. A warrior famous for killing the unkillable, and for being well known about his ties to a Vampire Lord. The two surprisingly went on to became good friends, sharing many similarities, being incredibly loyal to their masters and having a strong hatred for traitors. Valkenhayn would eventually even show him to his master Rachel Alucard. Alucard (Hellsing) would actually be in proper behavior, and show genuine respect to the other vampire. Aclucar even introduced them to his young fledgling, Seras Victoria. Seras was the first one to point out the irony of how her master (Alucard) was a servant to the Hellsing Family, while Valkenhayn R. Hellsing was a servant to the Alucard Clan. Everyone actually laughed at said irony.
    • Of course when being allies with the Hellsings, Valkenhayn was made aware of Millennium. Just like many others, Valkenhayn is in complete disgust with them, he's frequently clashed with The Captain, who (seemly) views Valkenhayn as a worthy opponent. Valkenhayn on his part, only hates him a little less than the others.
  • While Valkenhayn considers Rachel's enemies as his enemies (and her allies as his allies), there are some that he's taken personal animosity towards. Like B.B. Hood, Hoss Delgado, the previously mentioned Fenrir Greyback, Lord Voldemort as well as his Death Eaters, and surprisingly enough, Buffy Summers. It's due to her status as the Goddess of Vampire Hunters, and how she against even the good and/or neutral ones.
  • Can also be found in Guardians & Protectors.
"Behold the power...of the full moon! Night has now fallen, the moon shines bright. The play is now through!"

    Zidane Tribal 
Zidane Tribal, God of Cultured Warriors (Angel of Death)
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  • Intermediate God, Greater God during Trance
  • Symbol: His two knives crossing
  • Theme Song: Zidane's Theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: All-Loving Hero, Anti Anti Christ, Artificial Human, Chivalrous Pervert Who Stops Acting Perverted Toward His Love Interest, Chronic Hero Syndrome, Doom Magnet, Dual Wielding, Double Weapon, Genre Savvy, Gentleman Thief, Keet, Little Bit Beastly, Lovable Rogue, Sixteen Years Old, Nice Guy
  • Domains: Theft, Culture, Acting, Combat
  • Allies:
  • Special Relationship: Kuja (his brother)
  • Enemies:
  • At first glance, it is easy enough to tell that Zidane is a warrior and a thief. What a lot of people don't expect him to be, however, is that he's also a theater actor. He also has knowledge of music and is generally Genre Savvy.
    • Following his ascension, Zidane was happily reunited with Vivi, as the latter passed away back on their home universe.
    • Thanks to the events in Dissidia, Zidane gets well along with Bartz Klauser as a duo.
    • His time there probably magnified his flirtations as well, given he's made such comments all the way to Cosmos and even the Cloud of Darkness. He's not even fazed that most of the women
  • Sometimes hangs out in the House of Theatre and Spectacle to participate in acting, as well as the House of Music.
    • With Weiss Schnee, they acted out a grand swordfight for an audience. To their dismay (and Zidane's chagrin) however, they learned that out of 100 gods watching, 99 were impressed. Encores did not change the outcome no matter what, so they gave up on impressing the 100th god. Zidane eventually figured out that the 100th watching god was in fact Statler and Waldorf. At that point, he was more concerned about the fact that the two apparently counted as a single god instead of two.
  • Has been pestered by the implications of what his future at the end of his game was; given his heartwarming reunion with Princess Garnet after vanishing on her when he wanted to make sure Kuja didn't die alone; did he continue life as a (hopefully non-thieving) performer after returning to Tantalus? Or did he become Alexandria's performer king (given they did get married at Conde Petie, and it's debatable as to whether it's actually legally binding). Zidane is being tight-lipped about that, unfortunately.
  • When the House of Gaming was set up, Zidane decided to introduce Tetra Master to it, and it became quite the sensation. Squall (who ascended around the same time as Zidane) would eventually introduce Triple Triad as well, under Rinoa's insistence.
  • Is skilled at tricking enemies to turn their attention away from him and his party members long enough for all of them to maneuver into a position for a Back Attack against the enemy.
  • As someone who was made to destroy but doesn't want to, Zidane has befriended other gods who're in a similar position. He has especially gotten quite chummy with Ryoji Mochizuki, though even he envies Ryoji's ability to automatically attract girls; however, Zidane is also annoyed in that Ryoji's much more dense about it somewhat, and isn't as much of an "expert".
  • Frieza was not too happy to see another "filthy monkey" in the Pantheon, especially when that "monkey" also has a Super Mode. Out of anger, Frieza attacked Zidane in an attempt to kill him, but Son Goku was able to save Zidane before anything bad happened and drove Frieza away. Since then, the "monkeys" have gotten friendly with each other. Though Zidane has to wonder if there's any connection between him and the Saiyans.
  • Formed a friendship with Ryuko, and happened to learn about Ragyo from that. Zidane was appalled to learn about what she did to her own daughters, and decided on the spot to offer his help to Ryuko the next time Ragyo would attempt anything. Not to mention that there's something about Ragyo's voice that bothers him...
    • Seems to also have gotten along with Naoto Shirogane as well, via a more comfortable voice proxy.
  • Once got into trouble by accidentally grabbing C.C.'s behind while delivering a stack of pizzas to her. Thankfully, the immortal witch believed him when he said it wasn't intentional (he was reaching his hand to return Lelouch's credit card).
  • He became fast friends with Aladdin as both happen to be acrobatic rogues. naturally, this put Zidane at odds with Jafar.
  • Went to visit Golbez after his solidified Heel–Face Turn. When he asked the monkey-tailed hero what his business was, he gave a strange request: To help in redeeming Kuja as well, or at least keep the other Warriors of Chaos from preventing him from doing so. He had managed to reach out to his "brother" back in Gaia before he died, and he doesn't understand why Kuja's forgotten. In his time with the GUAE, Golbez managed to know why thanks to hearing Kefka gloat about it, and decided he would see what he can do. As for the truth, Golbez decided it would be best if Zidane heard Kuja's motives from the man(?) himself.
    • Eventually, an opportunity came and together they managed to corner him. While Golbez hung back to leave the two to their quarrel (and bar off any intervention from Kuja's allies), Zidane faced off against his "brother" in a bid to make him remember their last conversation in Gaia. Naturally, some GUAE members tried to get in Zidane's way, only for the Lunarian to stop them, and then the conflict soon escalated as others took interest in it and took sides, making Golbez's task much more complicated. Still, somehow, Zidane was soon able to incapacitate Kuja, then—as planned—he and Golbez were spirited away with a teleporter that would take them somewhere more private.
    • In their secluded area, Zidane finally got Kuja to spill; the reason the latter turned heel again was due to what happened in the 12th cycle in the Dissidia wars; he truly was against Chaos's side, but Kefka's intervention forced his hand, and the mad clown would later alter his memories for the next cycle, which Golbez corroborates, recalling Kefka's gloating back when he was serving the GUAE.
    • After that explanation, Kuja asked what will happen next. Zidane offered him to join him in the GUAG, just like him and Golbez, at the Ministry of Atonement to be exact. And this time, there will be no intervention from Kefka or anyone else as they make their way to Cosmos, which won't be long since they had teleported to the House of Heroes. Kuja wasn't sure; he's played and revelled in the role of villain for far too long, and his tenure as an inside man didn't really go well. Zidane promised to help him every step of the way. Being a (soon to be) fellow defector from Chaos, Golbez also offered to lend a hand when he can.
    • One successful visit to Cosmos later, Kuja's redemption was solidified, and defensive measures have been arranged to ensure that Kefka or anyone else won't be able to repeat the mad clown's stunt again.

Lesser Gods

    Atlanta 
Atlanta, Goddess of Anti-Aircraft Warfare (CL-51, CLAA-51)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A model of the USS Atlanta
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: A Light Cruiser specializing in anti-aircraft artillery, Having a large "displacement", Having a weird taste in Japanese curry, Fingerless Gloves, Girlish Pigtails, Not being able to launch or handle seaplanes, Wearing a hat modeled after the garrison cap of USN sailors
  • Domains: Light Cruisers, Anti-Aircraft Guns, Ships
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Opposes: Cole Phelps, Takeo Masaki
  • Pities: Suzu Hojou
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Yukikaze, Akatsuki, Yuudachi
  • The USS Atlanta, the lead ship of an entire class of US light cruisers originally intended as flotilla leaders and scout cruisers, turned out to be excellent at shooting down attacking enemy aircraft, thanks in no part to her main armament of no less than 16 5-inch 38 dual-purpose guns. Atlanta, who is the personification of the ship of the same name, reflects the lethality of her historical counterpart, with a maximum anti-aircraft stat of 128. For comparison, Iowa, her compatriot and the ascended ship girl with the highest rated anti-aircraft stat before Atlanta's ascension, has a maximum anti-aircraft stat of 120.
  • The title of Goddess of Anti-Air was formerly held by Air Defense Princess, who had the ridiculously high anti-aircraft stat of 390. Thanks to being an Abyssal, however, she proved herself to be a major threat to not only the Fleet Girls and the Admiral who opposed her, but even to other parties, including paratroopers like Cpl. Boyd Travers, and even pilots and aircraft crews like Launchpad McQuack and Black Cat Mantaray 5-4.
    • Thanks to a series of efforts by several ascended deities, namely by the aforementioned crew of Black Cat Mantaray 5-4, The Admiral, as well as the ascended WWII Marines, Atlanta was able to take her place, not helped by the former holder having proved to be a significant threat to all of their operations, having attacked several of their aircraft and ships whenever they traversed the Pantheon's vast oceans. However, this wasn't the end of this Abyssal monstrosity in the Pantheon, who had retreated into another House to escape potential destruction. For now, deities like the aforementioned Black Cats and paratroopers like Cpl. Boyd Travers, and many of the Pantheon's civilian pilots need not worry about being shot out of the sky by an Eldritch Abomination out for blood.
  • Following her ascension, during an attack by the Abyssal known as Wo-Class, Atlanta manages to save several of her fellow ship girls from being annihalated by the latter's Airborne Mooks by wiping out the Abyssal carrier's entire complement of Abyssal Fighters.
  • For all her lethality in downing aircraft, it doesn't come without cost. Her historical counterpart, in fact, was lacking in the armor department, both against enemy shells and torpedoes, making her, in surface combat terms, very much a Glass Cannon. Also, despite being a cruiser, she lacks the capability to launch or retrieve seaplanes.
  • Unlike her fellow US shipgirls in Johnston and Iowa, she is comparatively unluckier than both, thanks in no part to her historical counterpart's less-than-stellar combat record during the Guadalcanal campaign, specifically during the 1st Naval Battle of Guadalcanal. It's also the same reason why she's uneasy towards her former enemies-turned-allies Yukikaze, Yuudachi, and Akatsuki, the latter two whom had played a part in her historical counterpart's eventual scuttling, and whom she had also severely damaged herself.
  • Despite hailing from different universes, Atlanta bonds well with the likes of the ascended Enterprise and O'Bannon, who both originate from a universe where the Abyssals have been ravaging Earth since The '50s. It helps that both ship girls' historical counterparts have worked alongside Atlanta's own.
  • Outside of the Fleet Girls, Atlanta becomes quick allies with Sgt. Thomas Conlin and his squad, as well as Sgt. John Basilone. In this case, it's due to being a veteran of the Guadalcanal campaign like them, her historical counterpart having been tasked with protecting the Marines in November 1942, ultimately beating back a Japanese armada at the cost of being sunk. In exchange for being among the deities to arrange for her ascension into the Pantheon, and much like Iowa and Johnston before her, she agrees to aid them in their fight against the Imperial Japanese forces in the Pantheon led by Cmdr. Masataka Shima, mainly through providing shore bombardment as well as protecting any US ships and planes from the looming Abyssal threat.
  • Because of her ability to take down hostile airborne enemies, she's earned the ire of many a hostile deity capable of Flight.
    • Chief among these are The Neuroi, who are either driven off or destroyed by Atlanta's concentrated anti-aircraft fire. And it's thanks to her clashes against the flying aliens that she's become a close ally of the 501st JFW.
    • The Monster Hunters themselves value her ability to shoot down flying targets as well as her advanced weaponry, as they prove to be useful in downing many of the flying monsters they face, including many of the difficult to kill Elder Dragons.
    • Many hostile Kaiju end up on the receiving end of her 5-in /38 guns, with among her victims being dozens upon dozens of Gyaos. Even Rodan receives several severe wounds from her main battery.
    • Even villains like Dr. Robotnik aren't immune. Several of the evil scientist's flying machines are reduced to scrap during one such encounter with the Light Cruiser.
    • Several Kirov Airships under the command of Gen. Nikita Dragovich and Col. Yevgeny Volgin are wiped out of the sky by her as well. This one turned out to a good move, given that the Airships were loaded with experimental Nova-6 bombs, which were intended to be dropped on several major Houses.
  • Interestingly, Atlanta's original vessel form has made numerous appearances in other media.
    • In World of Warships, Atlanta is a Tier VII Premium US Navy Light Cruiser. Notably, her Defensive AA Fire consumable, in contrast to most other cruisers, has unlimited charges, allowing to shoot down planes mercilessly during an entire match. However, much like her historical counterpart, she is still very much a Glass Cannon.
    • In Battlestations: Pacific, she's one of the earliest American cruisers available, alongside the Northampton and Cleveland. Her vessel form proper makes a prominent appearance in the 2nd Naval Battle of Guadalcanal level of the American campaign, as part of the US task force.

    Baiken 
Baiken, Goddess of Handicapped Badasses
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A Pink Circle with four Triangles
  • Theme Songs: "Momentary Life" and ROKUMON
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with shades of Chaotic Evil, though has now leaned more towards Neutral
  • Portfolio: Handicapped Badasses, Disabled Hotties, Parental Abandonment, Ladettes, Broken Cuties, Revenge Before Reason, Kimono Fanservice, Interrupting Conversations of the Others, Reverse Grip, Censored Bloodshedding, Evil fiery redheads, Dark Action Girls, Gakuran Over Kimono
  • Domains: Combat, Japan, Hatred, Chaos, Metal
  • Followers: Zach Gowen, Chris Melendez
  • Allies: Anji Mito, Millia Rage, Litchi Faye-Ling, Bang Shishigami, Kokonoe, Kenshi, Tyr, Piston Honda, The Count of Monte Cristo
  • Rivals: Samuel Rodrigues, Nathan Spencer
  • Enemies: Justice, I-No, Dizzy
  • Opposes: Sol Badguy
  • Opposed by: Kenshin Himura, Scorpion, Voodoo
  • Annoyed with: Dr. McNinja, Heishiro Mitsurugi
  • Respects: Imperator Furiosa
  • Ascended at petition of Anji Mito and May, two long-time friends from Japan. She's a full-blown badass without an eye and an arm and has proven that time and again in battle. No one who has challenged her for the title has come close to beating her yet.
  • Just like Carl Clover freed Litchi Faye-Ling from the GUAG Token Evil Teammates back into the GUAG proper, she's going to do so with Anji from the GUAE Re Education Facility. Perhaps that's why she chose not to pop her head off in Xrd SIGN?
    • However, some footage of certain events have her protecting a tuner named Kum Haehyun. With the help of this mortal, she hopes to cure a mysterious illness befalling her colony. May is there to help her out as usual.
  • Often confused to be Kenshin Himura, as she's considered as an Expy of him, though Kenshin himself doesn't like her insistence of revenge as well as her impulsiveness. The feelings mutual, with Baiken calling him a weak-minded fool. Neither would downplay their skills, believing the other to be formidable fighters.
  • Even Daredevil was impressed with her capabilities despite her disabilities. At least he has some form of vision. Anyone that can use a sword one-handed and with one eye with that efficiency deserves a spot in the Pantheon.
  • Her full-blown hatred against Gears is something to behold with and could drive her over the edge. However, when called out for it, Baiken just revealed how much she at one time brutalized I-No to death, and everyone shuts up in satisfaction.
    • She also pretty much hates Sol Badguy and would NEVER accept any of his atonement acts. It's Personal.
    • This is also why she pretty much tolerates Kokonoe in her unending vengeance spree against Terumi. The power of vengeance isn't one to be underestimated, as Baiken has attested.
  • Under Anji's advice, Baiken attends Kenshi's meditation sessions along with Takeda. She admits it has helped sooth her bitterness of her situation. With that said, Kenshi has had no such luck convincing her to give Sol a benefit of a doubt.
  • One would say that she and Furiosa would make a great pair. In truth, the two hardly ever meet each other and even if they did it's to acknowledge their loss as well as their determination. Baiken is at least happy that Furiosa managed to exact her own revenge on Immortan Joe.
  • Has a grappling hook that replaced her lost one. While she was a follower of Nathan Spencer, that didn't mean they got along that well. Spencer is well aware of unwarranted persecution of those with certain abilities and wishes Baiken would see she can't lump everyone into a single category.
  • While she doesn't wear her country on her sleeve, she does grow found of Japan. She was happy to find many others who live in that country, one she never got to experience thanks to the Gears.
    • Is a frequent costumer in the House of Food due to their wonderful sake collection. She's ready challenge anyone to a drinking contest.
  • Has often been a critic of the choice of Samuel as the God of Katanas, believing someone from Japan should have the title. She unsuccessfully challenged the Brazilian for many years now. Minuano eagerly awaits these challenges though, claiming her fights to be one of his favorites
  • Her need for vengeance makes her a frequent admirer of the Count of Monte Cristo. She even supported him during his brief exile from the Pantheon. In secret, Edmond hopes that Baikan can seek closure either by exactly revenge or by refusing to blame good-aligned Gears.
  • Would rather not be reminded of the existence of Dr. McNinja. His mere presence can cause her to rant on how much of a fake ninja he is.
  • Considers Mitsurugi to be nothing more than a lazy bum who wastes time on frivolous fights. She has refused the inevitable challenge from the Ronin as a response.
  • Baiken has mellowed-out considerably and has toned down her vengeance against the Gears as there is a much greater threat: Ariels.
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    The Boss 
The Boss, Goddess of Pregnant Badasses (The Joy, Voyevoda, The Mother of Special Forces, Mercury Lady)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her snake-shaped scar
  • Theme Music: Snake Eater
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Team Mom, Badass Normal, Pregnant Badass, Reverse Moles , Ladies of War, Star-Crossed Lovers, Even the Girls Want Her, The Futility and Arbitrary Nature of War, Anti Villains, Loyalty to the End
  • Allies: Solid Snake, Revolver Ocelot, The Sorrow, Raiden, Wizardmon, Satsuki Kiryuuin, Gin Ichimaru, Jun Kazama, Big Boss, Sofia Valmer, Kushina Uzumaki, Beatrice The Golden Witch, Cornelia li Britannia
  • Enemies: Yevgeny Borisovitch Volgin
  • Gained the title and earned a place in this house by becoming a mother via self-performed C-section while Storming the Beaches of Normandy, disqualifying all other women from complaining about the pain of childbirth when she's around, ever.
  • Is absolutely delighted that, for the first time, she gets to be in close contact with her son Ocelot on a regular basis without being undercover and attacking something she loves the whole time. Ocelot is utterly horrified by how much she embarrasses him in public in front of his friends unwitting pawns, but he doesn't dare complain or toss her out for the good of The Plans because he knows she would whoop his ass if he tried. That, and she knows she can take away his revolvers which he really hates, so that's another reason.
  • Along with her son Ocelot, she is planning to a massive surprise attack on the GUAE along with Itachi Uchiha, Wizardmon, her new disciple, Satsuki Kiryuuin and Gin Ichimaru whenever things go south for the GUAE. When it's planned is unknown.
  • After the Great Upheaval, she is amongst the few people who sympathizes with Homura Akemi. She knows that the girl has an altruistic motive behind stealing Madoka's powers.
  • Many around the Pantheon were awed when they found out that she's the only person alive who can scare Volgin. It's reported that she can intimidate him just by taking a few steps toward him.
  • Went absolutely silent when she found Big Boss in the Pantheon. The first thing the two did was hug before going off to have a private conversation. Neither has disclosed what they discussed, but observers noticed that Big Boss looked uncharacteristically downcast the next time he was seen.

    Daniel LaRusso 
Daniel LaRusso, God of Training Disguised As Menial Tasks (Daniel-San)
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Daniel, age 17
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Daniel, age 51
  • Lesser God
  • Symbols: His Headband and Mr. Miyagi's drum
  • Theme Song: You're The Best Around
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Awesomeness by Analysis, Determinator, Intergenerational Friendship With Mr. Miyagi, Took a Level in Badass, Martial Arts Headband, Reluctant Warrior
  • Heralds:
    • The LaRussos: Amanda (his wife), Samantha (his daughter and studnt), Anthony (his son), Lucille (his mom), Louie (his cousin).
    • The Miyagi-Do Students: Robby Keene, Demitri, Chris, Nathaniel
    • The other "Karate Kids" Dre Parker and Julie Pierce
  • Domains: Miyagi-ryu Karate, Bullied Teenagers, Self-Defense, Underdogs
  • Allies: Kensuke Miyagi (his sensei/mentor) Gouken, Naruto Uzumaki, Asuka Kazama, Little Mac, Rocky Balboa, Jimmy Hopkins (sorta, kinda), Luke Skywalker, Casey, "R.J"
  • Rivals: Bruce Lee (long story), Dan Hibiki, Jin Kazama
  • Enemies: John Kreese, Bullies (including, of course, those that have ascended to the pantheon)
  • Annoyed By: Barney Stinson
  • Pities: Darth Vader
  • Complicated Relationship: Johnny Lawrence
  • Daniel LaRusso. Two-Time All-Valley Karate Champion (under 18). Former student to war veteran-turned-handyman Kesuke Miyagi. And... a family man and successful businessman. Now, Daniel has taken his place in the Pantheon.
  • According to Daniel (and later verified by Mr. Miyagi himself), his ancestor had all but invented karate. Miyagi's ancestor traveled to China, where he learned White Crane Kung Fu. Returning to Okinawa, he adapted it into karate.
  • Many, many Manly Tears were shed when Daniel reunited with Mr. Miyagi, the handyman/Karate master visiting Daniel at his dealership to notify him of his ascension to the Pantheon. Now, his car dealership doubles as a temple.
  • It's not that he's a former teenage karate champion that has earned the respect of the good-aligned deities (and some of the bad ones too). It's the fact that he saved several Okinawan villagers, including the bell ringer's life during a freak typhoon when he was a teen. That took courage... and a huge pair of brass balls to risk death to save lives.
    • Said typhoon also wrecked a romantic moment with a local Okinawan girl he was interested in. "Cock-blocked by a typhoon," Deadpool mocked. "And how many times has Lady Death cock-blocked you?" Daniel replied. It took several deities to drag Deadpool away.
    • As she is considered to be a de facto peacekeeper in her town, Asuka Kazama has struck up a friendship with Daniel.
    • As Daniel dislikes bullies (due to himself being a victim of bullies after relocating from Jersey), he's conflicted regarding Jimmy Hopkins. On the one hand, he feels that Jimmy takes his bully-hunting antics to the extreme. But on the other hand, he wonders what kind of damage Jimmy could've done to the Cobra Kai and Chozen.
  • On good terms with Luke Skywalker, as he sees him as an wise and skilled master (bar the screw-up regarding his nephew). His dad, on the other hand, not so much. Daniel pities Vader in regards to the circumstances surrounding his fall.
  • Barney Stinson got on Daniel's bad side when he suggested that it was Daniel, not Johnny Lawrence, who was the bad guy, a sentiment that was explored in detail on YouTube. Suffice to say, it annoys him to no end.
  • Despite being the master of the Crane Kick, Daniel does not recommend using it in a fight, a lesson he learned from his battle with Chozen Toguchi. Dan Hibiki was the exception to the rule. The deified Sakiyo fighter did the one thing considered to be really stupid on his part: by performing the Chouhatsu Densetsu, or Legendary Taunt, leaving himself wide open. Dan would be mistaken as a U.F.O. as he was booted into low-earth orbit from a well-placed Crane Kick, only identified as he screamed "OYAJI!!" as he sailed into the wild blue yonder. Even more funny was that Daniel was in his younger form when he did it.
  • Gets along well with fellow underdogs Naruto Uzumaki, Little Mac and Rocky Balboa. Daniel jokingly suggests that they should form a team called Team Underdog. Naruto, Rocky and Mac are considering the idea.

    The Gatherers 
The Gatherers, Deities of Tearing Down Doors (Grunt: Mr. Face, Mr. Flappyjaw, Mr. Struts; Brute: Mr. Tall, Anti-Struts, Moose Man, Machete Master)
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The Grunt
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The Brute
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: A pair of large Claws and his Nightmare Face (Grunt), An Arm-blade (Brute)
  • Theme Songs: Grunt Theme and Brute theme, respectively; Monster Chase theme for both
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil/Chaotic Stupid
  • Portfolio: Body Horror, Humanoid Abominations, Lightning Bruisers, Was Once a Man
  • Domains: Monsters, Ugliness, Abominations, Chases, Tearing down Doors
  • Allies: Kaernk, Pyramid Head, Spooky, The Butcher, Freddy Krueger, Frankenstein's Monster, The Slenderman, Piggsy, Leatherface, Stitches
  • Enemies: The Hunter, Saya, James Sunderland
  • Targeted by: SCP Foundation
  • These strange creatures were discovered after they were found wandering the darker halls of the pantheon, where they would procede to chase down any deity that stumbled upon them. Many of the more Lesser deities unfortunately fell prey of them, until the Court of Gods took care of them and contained them in a shared temple. These creatures became infamous given how terrifying they are and how they like to destroy doors.
  • The SCP were tasked to contain the terrible duo after they went on a killing spree. To nullify their overall damage, they installed indestructible doors so they would be unable to destroy them. However, there seems to be someone who likes to release them only to see the havoc they can cause, which forced the pantheon to amp the security of the temple.
  • It is said that staring at them for prolonged periods of time can actually drive you insane (provided you are not already crazy). Thankfully, the Court of Gods have taken extra measures to warn other deities about how to deal with them.
    • And whenever they get out, the Hunter is usually tasked with dealing with them since they are immune to the nightmare inducing effect that the creature have on everyone. Besides, they are pretty used to fight horrible creatures anyway.
  • Spooky has heard of the terrible reputation that these two creatures have and decided to recruit them so they can patrol her mansion. It was pretty easy to convince them since they can't harm ghosts.
  • Even though they are really dangerous, they can be very dumb sometimes. For example, covering your head with a box can potentially make either of them forget that you were even there.
  • Both creatures seem to be very close with the Frankenstein's Monster, as they can actually relate to being underlings of a madman. Although the main difference between these creatures is that the Gatherers used to normal people before becoming what they are today.
  • The Brute once stumbed upon Saya, and as always, tried to attack her. What surprised the monster was that Saya was more than she looks and completely mauled the creature in response. Both him and the Grunt had been avoiding her like a plague.
  • James Sunderland, being a Survival Horror protagonist, has a big irrational fear of these creatures, as they remind him a lot of the nurses.
    • On the other hand, they seem to be in good terms with Pyramid Head, provided they don't get in his way. The Brute sometimes is said to try mimicking the Sword Drag that Pyramid Head is known for.
  • Serial Killers like Leatherface or Piggsy seem to be fond of the gatherers, if only because they are also huge victims of Body Horror. On the other hand, the duo has also been seen interacting with the Slenderman, which could suggest that they are working for the Slenderman's mysterious cause.
  • The GUAC has expressed interest in using these monsters as potential foot soldiers, which the GUAG didn't take lightly. The Court hasn't decided what to do with these two, but they are considering increasing the security measures just to evade potential break outs from them.
  • One of them had an encounter with Erma, and would rather it not happen again.

    Genjuro Kazanari 
Genjuro Kazanari, God of Powerful Normal People (Old Man Genjuro, Commander, Genjuuro)
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    Hana Song/D.Va 
Hana Song, Goddess of Acquired Skills Through Gaming (D.Va, MEKA Pilot, Gremlin!D.Va, Neon Pink Evangelion)
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D.Va inside her MEKA
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A white bunny head in a pink circle
  • Theme Song: Her Heroes of the Storm theme song
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Gamer Chick, I Know Mortal Kombat, Mini-Mecha, Bunnies for Cuteness, Future Spandex, Glass Cannon, Badass Adorable, Blue Is Heroic, Bottomless Magazines, Facial Markings, The Knights Who Say "Squee!", Mechanically Unusual Fighter, Lightning Bruiser, Self-Destruct Mechanism, Shed Armor, Gain Speed
  • Domains: Gaming, War, Robots
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Widowmaker, Diablo, Sektor
  • Fangirl's over: The ascended Starcraft deities, especially Sarah Kerrigan; the only exception would be Arcturus Mengsk.
  • Professional Gamer Hana Song was recruited by the South Korean government to fight a giant omnic that rises out of the East Chinese sea periodically to attack South Korea and the surrounding areas.
    • Hana, as well as many other people, were recruited because as a professional Starcraft II player, Hana had the reflexes and instincts necessary to pilot her MEKA.
  • Hana is most well known among the gaming community as D.Va as that's the name she goes by online as while D.Va is a famous professional gamer, she also livestreams her fights for her fans. This has earned D.Va the ire of several deities who take fighting seriously and don't believe it should be viewed as a means of entertainment.
  • Despite being classed as a tank hero, D.Va fight or defend the team in the same sense as a normal tank, D.VA generally uses her MEKA's boosters in conjunction with her defense matrix so she can turn her enemies to swiss cheese at close range with her fusion cannons.
    • And if things are looking kinda dicey or if D.Va's MEKA takes too much damage, she can set it to boom, killing anybody in the vicinity, including (for the longest time) D.Va, if she didn't get the F outta D before it blew up. However thanks to new material in her bodysuit, D.Va is protected from the explosion.
    • Unfortunately for D.VA, blowing up her MEKA forces her to fight with much less defense, but she gains more speed and consistent damage. Because of this, D.Va has been seen getting along well with Samus Aran as she too gains agility at the cost of power without her Power Suit.
  • Anybody who's been to D.Va's temple has often been shocked at dirty her temple is as D.Va is often spending her time either gaming or in her MEKA so she usually doesn't have the time to clean up her many empty Dorito bags and Mountain Dew bottles.
    • Not everybody who goes to D.Va's temple has seen the Gremlin!D.Va running around her temple. No one's quite sure how the Gremlin!D.Va got into D.Va's temple but one thing that everyone knows about it that it loves the taste of Mountain Dew and Doritos. Because of the presence of this Gremlin!D.Va, D.Va has often been seen getting along well with Umaru Doma and the Puchidols.
  • Because she was drafted by the government to pilot a mecha to fight something threatening her country, D.Va is pretty good friends with the Eva pilots and D.Va's mental stability and cheerfulness has a kind of healing effect on the Eva pilots.
  • It's not uncommon to see D.Va being good friends with Rize Tedeza due in part to them sounding alike while speaking Japanese but also because Rize's father was in the military.
  • Because she's the youngest hero, compared to the other heroes of Overwatch whose age ranges from in their 20's to ''61'', Many deities see Soldier 76 and Mercy as being parental figures for her (When they're not being shipped together).
    • Due to being the oldest member of Overwatch and one of its Founding members, many deities see Reinhardt as being a surrogate grandpa for D.Va, this theory is supported by D.Va and Reinhardt being good friends with each other, sometimes meeting up to play Hearthstone together.
  • On one of her trips to the house of technology, D.Va became friends with Catherine Kyoubashi due to the both of them bringing a Mini-Mecha into battle and also because the both of them use bunnies as an Animal Motif.
  • Not long after her ascension, there was a loud Squee! from the House of Gaming as D.Va learned that several StarCraft deities had ascended before her and promptly went around to several of the ascended characters and Fangirled at them, getting all up in their grills and thanking them for existing because, without them, the Korean government would never have selected D.Va to become a MEKA pilot. But especially Jim Raynor, because he looked like the protagonist of the game where she learned how to shoot things: 16-Bit Hero.
    • Not too long afterwards, D.Va got her invitation to enter the battlefield of the Nexus, courtesy of Jim Raynor himself. D.Va was really excited to battle alongside StarCraft deities in the Nexus, she said that Kerrigan is also her fave, and she ships her with Raynor, making the marshal scratch his head while blushing.
    • One exception to D.Va's fangirlyness however is Arcturus Mengsk due to overthrowing a revolution but getting even worse than that and proves to be an even worse one for selfish reasons. Nobody knew how Hana Song felt about being conscripted on defending her country, but she'd line up early if there's a 'conscription' to overthrow Arcturus.
    • When she actually entered the Nexus, it was actually to defend Hanamura on the behest of Genji, against Diablo. D.Va does remember accidentally stomping Diablo on the foot, which then inspires her to weaponize her bunny hop forevermore.
  • One thing that really annoys D.Va is when someone calls her a kid, as Widowmaker can attest to as she frequently tells D.Va that kids shouldn't be on a battlefield.
  • Ever since the time D.Va learned how deceptively voluptuous Mei's chest is, she's been very wary around around women who wear baggy or oversized clothes as she's frequently expecting them to have bigger boobs than at first glance.
  • D.Va doesn't like Sektor very much on the basis that while she was given the technology to fight the Omnics to protect people, Sektor uses his technology for evil and to further his clan's technology.
  • Many deities find it to be very ironic how despite D.Va yelling "Nerf this!" whenever she self destructs her MEKA, she got buffed, much to the dismay of Greninja who's been consistently nerfed.
  • Her close allies reveal that her upbeat personality is just a facade. As she doesn't really care for the spotlight and takes her job very seriously and is actually constantly working on Tokki to make sure it is in tip top shape for combat. She remembers when the Gwisin incapacitated most of her team. She knows the consequences of failing and doesn't want to lose her home.
  • "I play to win!"

    Makoto (Street Fighter
Makoto, Goddess of Martial Arts Dojo Heirs (A Bolt of Fighting Spirit, MaKOto)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her yellow hachimaki
  • Theme Songs: Spunky (Pride of Tosa)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Glacier Waif Bokukko, Cute Bruiser Combat Pragmatist, Does Not Like Shoes, Scarf of Asskicking, so Hot-Blooded she Turns Red, Perpetual Frowner, Tomboy
  • Domains: Good, Strength, Combat, Solitude
  • Allies: Elena, Makoto Nanaya, Akihiko Sanada, Chie Satonaka
  • Rivals: Ibuki, Fei Long, Yun Lee, Fiona Mayfield, Dan Hibiki
  • Enemies: Abigail, Adon
  • Admires: Ryu
  • It was at a young age that Makoto inherited her own dojo due to the death of her father. She has been hard at work promoting her dojo ever since. It just so happened that she got the attention of several deities in the Pantheon. Eventually, Makoto was allowed to set up a branch of her dojo in the Pantheon. Over time the dojo became her temple and Makoto became a goddess herself.
    • Her first order of business? Go straight to Ibuki and challenge 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.
    • Did not forget about Fei Long, who has been at the Pantheon far longer than she has. She knows that having a karate and Jeet Kune Do practitioner fight it out would increase awareness for her. Fei Long has declined the offer, wanting to focus on her movie career. That hasn't stopped her from pursuing him.
    • Has not forgotten the time when she challenged Yun to a game of Roshambo. Both are known for using Groin Attacks on their opponents. It was only natural that this would lead to a confrontation. Both are looking forward to deciding the victor once and for all.
    • Dan saw her ascension as the perfect opportunity to get back at her for beating him the first time she demolished him in combat. This time he put himself on a training regiment to get stronger over time.
    • Much of her motivation about fighting comes from Ryu. She has come to adore the world warrior with a passion. She hopes to set up a match with him both to show him what she has learned as well as to promote her dojo.
    • If it was an earlier time, she would have groaned at the prospect of Elena in the Pantheon. The happy-go-lucky capoeira fighter seemed like the polar opposite to her hard-hitting no-nonsense fighting style. Yet the Kenyan charm grew on her, eventually letting Makoto call her a friend.
  • Many agree she is pound-for-pound the hardest hitting fighter in her world. What's worse, she has no qualms about where to land them. She is just at likely to punch you in the face as she is while you are on the ground or even in the groin.
    • Her immense striking power increases further when she gets angry. When that happens, her entire body turns red in rage. In this mode, she can turn any opponent into a pile of tenderized pulp in mere seconds. Yet there happened to be someone else who is even more feared in that regard. Makoto was surprised to find the title taken by none other than Mad Gear gang member Abigail. When Makoto challenged him to a fight, she was shocked to see him match her in strength if not more. Their first outing was a draw, but she is hopeful to get a second shot against the behemoth.
  • Is one of the smallest competitors in the Street Fighter tournament, yet always makes sure to take her sweet time when approaching her opponent. That's because she prefers to surprise her opponents with quick movements. She shares a lot in common with Fiona Mayfield in that regard and sees her as a rival to test her strength against.
  • Believe it or not… Makoto is actually a pretty good carpenter and can be seen in the House of Craft building wooden structures. It helps that her strength can bust through wood in order to break it down.
  • While she is by no means related to the squirrel beastly known as Makoto, no one can deny that they both love to punch people in the face. The karate master was disgusted that someone so strong had to deal with prejudice all the time. She subsequently invited her namesake for a charity bout. It was an all-out brawl that trashed the place and sent both flying through the roof at one point. Yet both were respectful towards each other afterwards.
  • Can also be seen training with the likes of Chie and Akihiko in their respective temples. Akihiko gave her a sample of his protein shakes for her to try out. Curious, she put it as part of her regiment to get even stronger.
  • The arrogant man that he is, Adon claimed that Makoto's dojo was an utter joke under her father, saying it was the only reason why so few people knew about it in the first place. That, of course, sent her in a fit of rage. To his credit, he did manage to hold his own before making his leave.

    Nina and Anna Williams 
Nina Williams and Anna Williams, Feuding Sister Goddesses of Bone-breaking Grabs (Nina: Silent Assassin, The Cold-Blooded Killer | Anna: Scarlet Lightning)
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Left: Nina Williams - Right: Anna Williams

    Ranma Saotome 
Ranma Saotome, God(dess) of Gender Bending and Anything-Goes Martial Arts (Ranma-Chan, Ranko, Foul Sorcerer, Baka, Ran-Chan, Airen, Future Son-in-Law)
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    Rei 
Rei, God of Kaiju Duels (Reimon, Reionics, Reimon Burst Mode, Reionics from Earth)
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Reimon 
Reimon Burst Mode 
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His three Kaiju (from left to right: Gomora, Litra and Eleking)
Gomora EX 
Gomora Burst Mode 
  • Lesser God; Intermediate God (as Reimon Burst Mode, with Litra or Eleking); Greater God (with Gomora), Borderline Overdeity (with Gomora EX/Burst Mode)
  • Symbol: His Battle Nizer
  • Theme Songs: Eternal Traveler, Chikai
  • Alignment: Neutral Good; Chaotic Neutral as Reimon Burst Mode
  • Portfolio: Can Command Monsters to Fight Other Monsters, Amnesiac Hero, Blue Is Heroic, Nice Guy, Superpowered Evil Side, Mons, The Berserker and Red Is Violent as Burst Mode, Henshin Hero, Mysterious Past, Super Mode, Rookie Red Ranger, Human Aliens, Screw Destiny, Found Out His Rival, Kate, Was His Sister
  • Domains: Monsters, Kaiju, Battle, Henshin, Mons
  • Heralds: The ZAP Spacy Crew (Captain Hiroshi Hyuga, Jun Haruna, Koichi Oki, Masahiko Kumano), Kate (his biological older sister), Dail, Grande
  • High Priest: The Kaijujin
  • Allies: The Ascended Toku Heroes (Especially Ultraman, Ultraman Zero and Shinji Kido), All Good-Aligned Pokémon Deities (Especially Ash Ketchum), All Good-Aligned Kaiju (Especially Mothra, Mothra Leo, and Anguirus), The Good-Aligned Beast Handlers, The Good-Aligned Danganronpa Deities, The Sailor Guardians, Madoka Kaname, The Crystal Gems and their allies, Katniss Everdeen, Team Voltron, Link, Team Lightyear, Chewbacca, Tikal, Yuri Lowell, Raleigh and Mako, Frisk/The Child, Kirby, The House of Friendship, Emilia, Gordon Freeman, N, Trish Una, Megan Williams, Judai Yuki, The Barian Emperors, The Dimensional Counterparts, Guillermo del Toro
  • Respected by: Takeshi Hongo and Hayato Ichimonji
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Ascended Toku Villains (Especially Ultraman Belial and Takeshi Asakura), Deathwing, King Ghidorah, Destoroyah, Esdeath, Monokuma and his Mastermind, Ghetsis, Zarkon and Lotor, The Incubators, The GUAE Trollkaiger, Don Thousand, Galeem and Dharkon, Sauron, Sigma, Thanos, Darth Sidious, Ganondorf, Hades, The Gyaos, The Fatalis Line, Khorne, Hircine, Miles Quaritch, Hunter J, HECU, Black Ops, The Seven, Mina Loveberry, Zavok, The Vex, Dark Gaia, Gatanothoa
  • Uneasy towards: Shiro Kanzaki, Homura Akemi
  • Decades after the defeat of the malevolent Alien Empera and all evil kaiju of Earth humanity advanced to the stars and began colonizing other worlds, with ZAP Spacy being designated as being in charge of the colonization... But in Planet Bolis, kaiju of all kind ruled supreme, in here various aliens of different species, all known collectively as the Reionics, battled for dominance with kaiju they captured and controlled with their special battle devices known as Battlenizers. One of them was Rei, a seemingly human-born Reionics who had no memories of his past after being summoned to the planet by the reality-warping Kaiju Bulton, he soon found himself with allies in the form of the ZAP Spacy Crew members, who took him in despite initial concerns due to his mysterious past. Rei's main monster was his Gomora, who had been his partner for as long as he had lived and remembered. The group battled against all the hostile Reionics and sound found themselves not only searching for Rei's mysterious past but eventually uncovering something far bigger that they expected: They found out that the Reionics fight was plot of a long deceased evil alien entity, Alien Reiblood, who planned to have the winner of the fight become his successor and conquer the Universe with an army of monsters. Thanks to Rei's efforts, and with help from Ultraman and Ultraseven, Reiblood's plot was thwarted and Rei was able to stop the Reionics fight.
  • He was ascended when the Pantheon Handlers checked his long story of giant monster fights, mainly due to Rei's ability to control and command monsters quite literally making him a walking example of the trope, once ascended his Eleking was resurrected, which prompted a heartwarming reunion between Rei and his long-deceased friend. He then quickly joined up the GUAG Toku Division as one of the members of the GUAG Ultramen. Despite not being an Ultra himself, he's been declared an honorable member of them thanks to his past deeds of assisting the Land of Light in their distress, such as when Ultraman Belial attacked. He's also made a good amount of allies in there, especially some like Shinji Kido, who himself was subjected to a Deadly Game.
  • When he ascended his Eleking was resurrected per requests from the Ultras, as a way of thanking Rei for his help during their hardships. Rei himself was driven to tears upon reuniting with his deceased friend, and has been very grateful to everyone involved in the revival of his friend ever since.
    • He was glad to meet back up with Ultraman and Ultraman Zero, the two Ultras having been great friends and help in Rei's adventures. He's been introduced to the rest of the Ultramen; though he had a bit of a hard time with meeting Riku Asakura/Ultraman Geed due to being Belial's son, he didn't take long to become friends with the son of Ultraman Belial, both bonding over the pain that Belial (And by extension, Alien Reiblood) brought to them. Some deities have even pointed out that the fact that Riku by extension of being the son/clone of a Reionics is technically blood related to Rei.
    • Takeshi Hongo and Hayato Ichimonji greatly respect Rei for using evil powers for the good for the Universe, as well as defying his destiny of having to become evil due to his genes and instead ending the fight arranged by Reiblood. That Rei himself is similar to Shinji Kido/Ryuki only helps.
  • Most Toku villains earned his hatred, but two stand out above the others:
    • Ultraman Belial, who once tried to coerce Rei into joining him due to their shared nature as Reibloods, then brainwashed him to kill the Ultras. That Belial only got worse after his initial defeat and went as far as trying to destroy the Universe only made Rei's hatred for the fallen Ultra increase. Belial himself loathes Rei for having contributed to his defeat the first time, as he had the upper hand as Beryudora until Rei destabilized the chimera monster with his own Battle Nizer and refusing to join him, although Belial plans on brainwashing Rei once more, and hoping to make it permanent this time around.
    • Takeshi Asakura/Kamen Rider Ouja, a sadistic player who participated in a Deadly Game for his amusement and enjoyed murdering and torturing his opponents. While Rei's hands aren't clean of blood from the Reionics Battle, unlike Shinji's owns, he still doesn't likes how far Ouja took his killings in the "game", him deriving pleasure from his horrible actions and his backstory of murdering his own family, as such Ouja has become one of Rei's most hated enemies. Ouja himself is amused by Rei's refusal to give in to his nature as a Reiblood, "lamenting" that he is "wasting" his potential
  • He's enemies with all deities who have forced others into death games for their amusement or for their own selfish goals, among the most notables are Junko Enoshima, who disgusts Rei with her sadism and end goals of spreading despair on humanity, as well as her systematic killing of innocents in her "games".
  • He became friends with Steven Universe, as both of them had to discover awful truths and facts of their past and family, their bond with a creature that serves as a guardian of sorts, their passiveness compared to most of their kind, as well as the fact that both have had to deal with Super-Powered Evil Side born out of their negative emotions. It helps that the last time that happened for both, their friends and loved ones had to give them a Cool Down Hug to snap them out of their rage. Likewise, he's made friends with Steven's own allies for those similarities.
  • His kaiju have earned some enemies and rivals of their own:
    • Gomora almost instantly became rivals with Godzilla and Anguirus, the first due to seeing Gomora as a Worthy Opponent and the second due to both Anguirus and Gomora's fighting styles being mostly melee-based, that said it's a rather amicable one and usually their fights are more of the sparring type, with their fights creating as little destruction as possible. He also has had some bouts with King Kong, though like Godzilla and Anguirus, Gomora respects Kong.
    • Litra's own rivalries are less friendly than Gomora's, as she's made rivals with Rodan and the Raths, who are not quite as friendly or reasonable as Godzilla. Though at least Litra can control her power enough not to cause much chaos when fighting her rivals. Another rivalry, and one much friendlier, is one with Moltres due to their shared nature as avian creatures with control over fire powers.
    • Eleking's own rivalry with Lagiacrus is very much not friendly, with Eleking's more aggressive nature towards opponents making him deliver rather brutal beatdowns towards the Leviathan. That said, Rei has made sure Eleking doesn't kills the monster and tends to recall him when he goes too far. Eleking also has a somewhat fierce rivalry with electric type Pokemon, mostly Zapdos, as well as other beings like the Ruined Dragon.
  • As a man who controls monsters, Rei has gotten allies in the Pantheonic Beast Handlers, who have taken a liking to his usually more benevolent kaiju that he controls. Rei likewise greatly appreciates their help when dealing with his monsters' own oddities and sometimes aggressive behavior.
    • That said he feels uneasy around the Dovahkiin who has tried to attack him and his monsters, mainly on account of mistaking Litra and Gomora for dragons in the same vein as he did with Godzilla. Although Dovakhiin has mostly left Rei alone after clearing the misunderstanding and being told Rei isn't evil.
    • He also vehemently opposes Rusty, who's idiocy and tendency to kill his companion Pokemon enrages Rei, as while he will send his monsters on fights to the death, it's entirely on self-defense, as opposed to killing them out of neglect. That Rusty himself is an unpleasant idiot does not help matters at all.
  • Any evil kaiju have gained his enmity, especially psychotic ones such as Gigan, King Ghidorah and Spacegodzilla are among the most hated of his foes, mainly due to his experiences with fighting against evil or aggressive kaiju in his home universe. Like Belial, the evil kaiju have gained interest in turning Rei to their side, viewing his Reionic abilities as a desirable tool for their own goals.
  • Has become enemies with the Incubators, due to their own system not being too different to Reiblood's Reinoics games, that they also drive others to despair to harvest their energy does not sit well with him, given how Belial did the same to him during their first encounter to try and turn Rei to his side. The Incubators themselves view Rei as a curious being, due to his similar defiance of the being who gave him his powers.
    • On the flip side, he became allies with Madoka thanks to her being able to stop their system... If only for a while. He does hope Madoka one day regain her powers and restores her Law into her Universe, offering to help her in any way that he can. He does not feel too easy around Homura, knowing how she stole Madoka's powers for her rather selfish love, though can't quite hate her either. At most he avoids her presence but never goes further than that.
  • Is friends with the good-aligned Pokemon deities for their shared Mons trope and Rei's kindness towards his Kaiju and refusal to engage in the blood games of the Reionics unless forced to. Though he's refused to have a Pokemon partner, clarifying that his Kaiju are all he needs for partners.
  • Has become friends with those who have discovered less than plesant truths about their family members, such as Raven, Rey, the previously mentioned Riku, Nigel Uno from the KND, Luke Skywalker, K.O and many others. It does help that due to similarly shared issues they were able to open up about said issues and talk them out among each other, as well as promising to support one another in their times of hardship.
  • Having befriended 2 heroes who were sealed away by the villains and rescuing them, he quickly became friends with those had a similar situation happen to them, such as Tikal. She was glad to hear about Rei's help towards Ultraman and Ultraseven in rescuing them both from Reiblood's clutches. He also made quick friends with her own allies as well.
  • His usage of monsters and nature as an alien has made him a target of various monster and alien-hating deities, with three standing out above the others in that regard:
    • The HECU, who won't stop until him and his monsters are all eliminated, constantly trying to attack him in various occasions, all unsuccessful on their parts thanks to Rei's determination. As they don't have any standards of what measures they'll take against him, they're high on Rei's enemy list.
    • Mina Loveberry, an insane monster hater who views them all as Always Chaotic Evil. She has made various attempts to kill Rei's monsters, and even went after Rei himself when she was informed by some sources that Rei and his monsters' life-force is binded, and that she could kill them all if she got Rei and destroyed his Battle Nizer. However the one time she went after him, Rei proved to be more powerful than expected and forced her to flee when he sent out Gomora.
    • Colonel Quaritch also deems Rei a threat to be taken down without mercy, viewing his very existence as an aberration and a threat to mankind. While Rei may also belong to a colonizing group, the colonization they perform is nowhere near as violent as Quaritch's own, with his crew mostly seeking peaceful and uninhabited planets for humanity to live in, rather than displacing peaceful aliens from their home.
    • Finally, there's the Black Ops who will eliminate all aliens, regardless of alignment. With his control of monsters, they consider Rei a "threat" too big to ignore. Rei himself is frustrated by their lack of mercy or consideration about alien lives. They also view his Reionics abilities and connection to an ancient evil entity as further proof that Rei must be eliminated.
  • Having been an Unwitting Pawn of an ancient evil deity, he quickly gained allies in the form of the Barian Emperors, who were similarly used by Don Thousand in the latter's plans. They also respect Rei for having the will to defy his manipulator and eventually thwart his plans altogether.
    • Other allies include the Dimension Counterparts, mainly because Rei has also met alternate versions of himself that he started off being enemies with before befriending. Helps that the Yu-boys were also victims of an ancient evil's influence, mainly Yuya, who like Rei had a Superpowered Evil Side that made him lose control of himself.

    Sandbag 
Sandbag, The Divine Training Dummy
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  • Lesser Deity, but can take some punishment from even Overdeities
  • Symbol: Itself
  • Theme Song: Home Run Contest
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Animate Inanimate Object, Black Bead Eyes, The Chew Toy, Feel No Pain, Invincible Minor Minion, Ridiculously Cute Critter, sometimes "smiles" despite his regular pummeling
  • Domains: Training Dummies, Combat, Resistance, Games
  • Allies: All the ascended smashers, Master and Crazy Hand, The House of Combat, Dan Hibiki, Blacker Baron, Sissel, Napstablook
  • Enemies: Galeem and Dharkon, Tabuu, The Batter
  • Dislikes: Sadists (ironically), Jamie Hyneman and Adam Savage
  • This is Sandbag. His whole existance is dedicated to just be an object people can wail on during training and Sandbag is happy to fill that role. He's been part of the Smash Bros Tournament starting on Melee and many of the participants can either use him as an Item or can participate in the Home Run Contest, where people try to see who can launch Sandbag the farthest. Given his role as the Smashers Training Dummy, he was suggested to ascend as a Deity so other people can use him for training and he was swiftly ascended for that reason alone.
  • Used to be part of the Treasure Vault, occassionally being brought over to the House of Combat for training purposes. Then people noticed that Sandbag was an actual living being after seeing him smile — or whatever the eye equivalent of that is — during one training session and so he was relocated to a Temple, which is basically a recreation of the Home Run Contest.
  • While on friendly terms with most of the Smash-related character, Sandbag doesn't have a strong opinion over Galeem and Dharkon. It's not a surprise that he too got caught as a spirit and initially their involvement didn't allow for Home Run Contest to happen. Luckily for Sandbag, the mode was latter added and many have noticed he looks a lot happier than usual, even when being hit.
    • He also doesn't have the strongest opinion on Tabuu after he tried to turn everyone into a trophy, though Sandbag isn't exactly one to challenge his authority.
  • Outside of his usual role in the Super Smash Bros tournament, Sandbag has often found himself making friends with other deities. Dan Hibiki found him adorable after coming accross him one day during a training session and can relate to being used as a punching bag (though unlike Sandbag, Dan feels all the pain).
  • The true origins of the Sandbag are unknown but Napstablook believes that just like many of their cousins, Sandbag is just a ghost that possessed a Training Dummy. The ghost is fairly friendly towards the Sandbag, mostly because it doesn't talk and they even invite him from time to time to lay down in their house.
  • While he can be considered quite a masochist, in reality Sandbag is just happy to help others test their skills or even being a good sport in Home Run Contest. That said, he has encountered a fair amount of gods that just like to hurt him for the hell of it which technically doesn't bother him but the fact that they do that fairly often concerns him.
  • Baseball players are one of the most frequent participant of the Home Run Contest, usually the best when it comes to launching him far away though many lack the strenght to do so. To people like Junpei Iori or The Scout, Sandbag just smiles as he prepares for the imminent launch to orbit. There is one player that unnerves him though and that's the Batter. He has often come to just inspect the Sandbag and leaves after a while, believing to be a ghost that needs to be purified. Needless to say, even though he believes the Batter can't hurt him, Sandbag is understandably very scared of the man.
  • Another unlikely ally came in the form of Blacker Baron, a man that while definitely not a whimp at all, is often used to give an example of how games work in Deathwatch and the man has a lot of respect for the little bag of sand for at least taking it all on the chin. Deathwatch commentators Howard and Kreese wonder how the Sandbag would fare in the game, considering the thing can't die but know that the Sandbag won't do much damage in return. Also Kreese can understand what is like to be horribly maimed and is a little jealous that at least this thing doesn't get hurt.
  • His inability to feel pain is often the one thing that allows Sandbag to bear anything throw at him but sometimes wonder if actually feeling the pain for once would change how he views his role. However, he is not the only one that Feels No Pain, he ended up finding out another deity with the same condition and this one turned out to be Sissel, a small cat with a piece meteor encrusted into his body. The fact that he can also posses objects makes Sissel wonder if the Sandbag is similar to him in a way.
  • The Mythbuster think Sandbag would be the perfect guinea pig for their tests alongside their trusty crash test dummy Buster. In this case, Sandbag isn't very fond of them given how they treat the latter but he doesn't really care to be exploded all the time.
  • Lucas once wished for the Sandbag to be given a mouth. It was granted, but the second Sandbag opened his new mouth everything went wrong. The mouth was later removed by wizards in the House of Magic.

Demigods

    Leon and Mathilda 
Leon Montana and Mathilda Lando, Representatives of Impromptu Trainers and Aspiring Fighters
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  • Demideities
  • Symbol: A potted plant
  • Theme Song: "Shape of My Heart"
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral leaning Good
  • Portfolio: Teach Me How To Fight, Badass and Child Duo
  • Domains: Assassination, Family, Training
  • Allies: Arya Stark, Vito and Michael Corleone, Gunvolt, Amelie Poulain, Remy, Padmé Amidala, Leeloo
  • Enemies: Manny Pardo, Tony Montana, The Son, The Incubators
  • Leon is an extremely competent hitman who nonetheless has a very humane side. One day he was compelled to take in a troubled child named Mathilda after the rest of her family were massacred by DEA agents led by a corrupt and unhinged cop named Stansfield, her father being involved in the illegal drug business. Most of her family was abusive, but Mathilda adored her little brother and she wanted revenge for his death. So she begged Leon to teach her how to be an assassin so she could do it herself. Leon was reluctant but gave in, also to protect Mathilda as the DEA agents were after her. Leon taught Mathilda the ropes of being an assassin and they gradually developed a peculiar father-and-daughter relationship. Eventually, they'd cross paths with Stansfield again and Leon sacrificed himself to save Mathilda, but not without taking Stansfield with him.
  • One of the big mafia bosses, Vito Corleone, heard all about Leon and Mathilda's story and acknowledged Leon as a real man for protecting his family (even if a found one) the way he did. In addition, Vito thought Leon could be extremely useful to him with his skills and recommended that the Main House have him and Mathilda ascend. Because Leon served as a mentor to Mathilda in the art of killing at her request, they were given the trope Teach Me How To Fight. Upon ascension, Leon was immediately confronted with Vito and his son Michael, and the two explained the situation and about the Pantheon and that they expected him to take on any hits they requested until they considered the debt repaid. Leon wasn't really rattled by this, but he did have one caveat: "No women, no kids", which the mafia dons accepted as reasonable enough. When they finally left Leon to his devices, the hitman proceeded to have a tearful reunion with Mathilda and he apologized for not keeping his promise to come back until now, making a new promise that this time they'd stay together and really be a family.
  • Leon keeps on teaching Mathilda various things about assassination and self-defense, but this is mainly because the Pantheon is a very dangerous place. Leon would highly prefer that Mathilda did not follow in his footsteps. He's quite happy to send her to Elysium Academy so she'll tag along with him on his business as little as possible, and so she can get what he didn't, which is an education, as well as find new interests. So far, though, Mathilda is rather bored at school and has some trouble making friends given how most kids are put off by her odd behavior for her age.
  • The first job Vito gave Leon was to take out Tony Montana, as the gangster was acting crazier than usual and causing some sort of drug-related trouble at the House of Quirks. Drugs are something that really sets off Vito, who decided that enough was enough and told Leon to take him out to see if that would calm him down in the next life. Tony was also feeling paranoid, so Leon had more trouble than usual getting inside his mansion/temple as Tony did his best to put up resistance, but ultimately Leon succeeded in taking him out. Now Tony is looking into hiring some powerful, willing people to kill Leon in revenge.
  • Leon didn't interact with much of anyone in the mortal world given his occupation, but in the Pantheon he has found a few like-minded people in his area of business. One of them is Gunvolt, who's also a hitman who chose to take in a defenseless, innocent girl. Leon isn't much of a conversationist, but both he and the Azure Striker can see that they each have a good heart despite having a profession most anyone would consider evil, and so they back each other up when their goals coincide.
  • Another one is Arya Stark, who surprised Leon with how she'd been training in the business of killing since she was even younger than Mathilda. Leon only hopes she can settle down into a more normal life once the multiple crises in her world have settled. Mathilda herself looks up to Arya, as the existence of someone like her gives her confidence that she can become an assassin too. This troubles Leon even further, but he takes comfort on the fact that Arya seems to have her heart in the right place and truly cares for her family.
  • Leon and Mathilda have been warned that, given Mathilda's problems, she might be targeted by the Incubators to make a contract with them and become a magical girl on their terms. Mathilda was all too ready to become an assassin for the sake of her little brother, so the Magical Girl Guardians tried to make it very clear why associating with the Incubators might seem alluring but is actually a very, very bad idea so she wouldn't be tempted. Mathilda's response was "Who'd be stupid enough?", but they're not sure that's not lip service. At any rate, Leon won't tolerate the Incubators for the danger that they pose to Mathilda and generally preying on young girls' weaknesses, so he kills them on sight.
  • Due to Mathilda's family getting massacred by the Killer Cop Stansfield, who on top of that didn't like at all that she managed to escape that fate, Leon and Mathilda really despise Manny Pardo, a similarly crazy cop. Given Leon is an outlaw, Manny would personally enjoy gunning him and Mathilda down, both for the glory of taking down such a powerful assassin and his little apprentice and to avenge Stansfield, who'd be one of his followers.
    • Speaking of Stansfield, Mathilda was scared upon seeing Sirius Black in Pardo's House, thinking her nemesis had arrived in the Pantheon. Once she told Leon about it, he found out they just look alike. Still, both are always less than pleased when passing by Sirius. Or Rosencrantz.
  • Leon is surprisingly a big fan of classic cinema and he takes Mathilda with him to catch a movie at the House of Theater whenever he can. These outings, and Leon's habit of turning around to see other people's reactions (which Mathilda finds embarrassing), eventually got the two acquainted with Amelie Poulain, who's very fond of going to the cinema and watching people's reactions to it as well. They've taken to sitting next to each other, although Leon and Amelie don't talk much on account of his awkwardness and her shyness, but they seem to understand each other well even without words. And Mathilda can fill the silence for all three of them all by herself.
  • At one point, Amelie had to ask Leon to intervene in a problem her employer, a cook known as Remy, was going through. For some reason, an unhinged Russian mafioso known only as The Son set his sights on Remy's restaurant La Ratatouille and was making a mess of the place for not being willing to pay him for his "protection". So Leon and Mathilda went to dine in the restaurant one night to see what's up, and while they were surprised that Remy was in fact a rat, that didn't change the fact that they'd help him and Amelie. When The Son came in and started making a disturbance and threatening the workers, Leon killed a few of his henchmen and told him he'd be next if he ever entered the restaurant again. Remy and Amelie are very grateful for this and he and Mathilda are always welcome in La Ratatouille since then.
  • While Padmé Amidala had lookalikes at her service, Mathilda being basically a younger version of herself still surprised her. Mathilda looks up to her, who even has good battle skills, and in turn Amidala has hired Leon's services whenever necessary (helps he is a hitman with moral standards).
  • The duo wound up being drawn to Leeloo due to a common origin. While Leeloo was a bit wary of Leon, given her idealism clashes with the idea of someone who lives by killing others, the three found common ground and have hung out together.

    Li Shuwen 
Li Shuwen, God of the Single-Stroke Battle and Grandmaster of Bajiquan (Assassin, Lancer)
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As an Assassin 
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A horizontal closed fist with an erupting volcano as a background
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil, with moments of Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Badass Normal, Old Master, Single-Stroke Battle, Blood Knight, Hair-Trigger Temper
  • Domains: Strength, Celerity, Martial Arts
  • Followers: Kenji Goh, Noriyasu Seta, Leo Kliesen, and Bajiquan practitioners everywhere
  • Allies: Kenshin Himura, on account of his battles often ending up as single-strokes
  • Enemies: Nobody in particular, although his Blood Knight tendencies will net him many enemies from Good and Evil-aligned gods alike.
  • Additional Relationships: His temper and lone wolf tendencies prevents him from having much relationships, although he is also new in the Pantheon.
  • He was credited of uttering the phrase "I have yet to encounter an adversary of mine needing a second strike."
  • He won the position from Saitama after the other showed little inclination for the position (and thus, was defeated with a single strike). That, and he has been doing single-strike battles everywhere he was depicted in.
    • To honor the previous holder of the position, when asked how he was able to defeat Servants with a single strike, he often replies with "20 embers, 20 skill gems, 20 pieces, 10km run, every single day" with the straightest of faces.
  • He has tremendous god-slaying potential now that he has godhood. Other gods are understandably wary of this.
  • He can be considered the polar opposite of Ip Man. While Ip Man hails from Southern China and is an affable Nice Guy with family, Shuwen hails from Northern China and is a hard-to-get-along loner until his death.
  • When not looking for a fight, he spends his spare time putting his martial arts to more practical use as a masseur in Beni-Enma's pavillion. His first famous client? Consort Yu.

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