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Cyborg Superman/Hank Henshaw
Hank Henshaw, God of Irrational Hatred
(Cyborg Superman, Cyborg II, The Man of Tomorrow)
- Greater God
- Symbol: A red and black version of the Superman "S" shield
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil
- Portfolio: From Nobody to Nightmare, Death Seeker That Cannot Die, Completely Irrational Hatred at Superman Due To Being Driven Completely Insane, Goading Superheroes To Kill Him, Dead Person Impersonation, Healing Factor, Cyborg, Machine Manipulation, Flying Brick
- Domains: Hatred, Technology, Immortality, Death Wishes, Insanity, Revenge
- Allies: The Anti-Monitor, the Grand United Alliance of Destruction, Albedo Piazzolla
- Headbutting Villains with: Dr. Weil, SKYNET
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Sigma, Merged Zamasu
- Enemies: Superman, The Green Lantern Corps and all their friends, the Grand United Alliance of Machines (most of them at least), Linkara, The Fantastic Four, John Connor and allies, Galactus, Darkseid, Doomsday, the Grox, Axl, X, Bizarro
- Sympathy for the Hero: Fujiwara no Mokou, Suzaku Kururugi
- Hank Henshaw was once an astronaut who was part of the doomed Excalibur mission with his wife and two of his friends. A solar flare mutated them horribly and ultimately led to their deaths. Though his body disintegrated, Henshaw's mind survived and learned to control machines. After all of this, Henshaw had gained a delusional belief that Superman was somehow responsible for his woes, and the ability to inhabit technology that could match the Man of Steel.
- Possesses an Irrational Hatred of the Man of Steel that surpasses even Lex Luthor's. As the solar flare was indirectly caused by Superman throwing the Eradicator into the sun, he thinks Superman should be held responsible. During the time he has dead, Henshaw managed to create a cyborg clone of him and posed as him Back from the Dead, to ruin his reputation by strong-arming Mongul into working for him, bombing Central City and planning to lay waste to the planet. Naturally, he has often been in conflict with the Green Lantern Corps as well.
- Recognized some commonality with Zamasu, specifically his Goku Black component. They both despised a hero, eventually leading them to become homicidal maniacs who stole the visage of that hero. While the Cyborg-Superman is willing to work with the mad Kai, it is only to achieve their mutual vengeance, as Henshaw doesn't trust Zamasu and while Zamasu thinks he is a useful tool in his Zero Mortals Plan he is still a dangerous mortal not to be trusted either. Though they both consider how it could ultimately benefit them both if they actually succeed, where Henshaw would likely allow himself to be included among the mortals destroyed.
- The GUAM requested he be banned from the House of Technology, due to being a dangerous and deranged technopath. Namely they were afraid he would try to hijack them and that house, having once notably controlled an entire planet's population of machines(though not without considerable strain on his part). The Grox have banned him for ever getting close lest he hijack them and discover the many secrets of their cybernetics and other technological marvels.
- Decided to try and control Axl and X. Axl was because his abilities to shapeshift and copy other machines would be incredibly useful, X because of his unlimited potential and weapon copy abilities. His "Cyborg Superman" self being but a physical shell, his consciousness managed to hijack a Reploid to do his bidding. In this body he met Sigma, who agreed to a mutual alliance in order to deal with both of their enemies. Of course the two don't trust each other and are waiting for the opportunity to try and override each other's programming. Since Henshaw was a living being, it is unclear what will happen if they try. Most don't want it to get that far.
- A prior crossover alliance showed up with SKYNET. It is hard to deny a Terminator homage with the Cyborg-Superman, and during the time Superman and the Terminator crossed over the Cyborg formed a cross-time alliance with SKYNET. Of course now SKYNET is much more aware that the alliance is going to be a volatile one due to Henshaw's insanity. Linkara once riffed on the first issue, and it was when his arch-enemy Mechakara first appeared. Naturally, he was apprehensive of Henshaw's ascension.
- One hell of a Death Seeker, though as Doomsday found out he dies on his terms. The Cyborg-Superman is one of the very few allies of the Anti-Monitor since he promised to kill Hank Henshaw, and has promised again to help Henshaw find oblivion so long as he follows orders. He served the Sinestro Corps for a time as part of this endeavor, though Sinestro has stated he has no further use of the Cyborg.
- Sought out the GUAD for the sole purpose of having them help him die, even if it means everything else must. He had tried to get Nekron's attention during the Blackest Night, but as he had no heart he and the Black Lanterns couldn't even sense him. That is more or less true now, but various living deities serving destruction's cause have served as interpreters of the Cyborg Superman. Henshaw supposes there is an irony in the only beings who sought out what Nekron was offering were ignored by him.
- Though they absolutely want nothing to do with him, Henshaw feels some pity towards Fujiwara no Mokou for wanting death, yet being completely incapable of doing so. Or Suzaku Kururugi for not being able to end his own life. He deeply relates to Albedo Piazzolla given their similar immortal condition and wanting to die, along with being Ax-Crazy.
- Sees himself as Captain Ahab and Superman as his white whale. He hates Superman so badly that he deliberately used a magic space stone to turn himself back into the Cyborg Superman, even when he had the chance to have a normal life. Given what he's done, Captain Ahab was rather disturbed by the comparison.
- Recognized a similarity between his crew and the Fantastic Four, though their fate were far more pleasant. Naturally, thinks went south in the Fantastic Four-Superman crossover.
Mephisto, Demonic God of Equal Hatred
(Dul'Mephistos, Lord of Hatred, Odium, Mefis, Spirit of Love, The First Brother)
- Greater God
- Symbol: His insignia
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil
- Portfolio: Evil Genius, Evil Laugh, Lean and Mean, Manipulative Bastard, The Power of Hate, Weak, but Skilled
- Domains: Hatred, Demons, War, Cunning, Planning, Trickery
- Allies (Or people he doesn't quite hate as much):
- Rivals: Azmodan, Belial
- Odd Friendship: Alarak, Murky
- Dul'Mephistos, also known as Mephisto, is one of the three Prime Evils of the world of Sanctuary, the Lord of Hatred and the elder brother of both Diablo and Baal. He is the most cunning of the three and an expert manipulator who has given the demons of the Burning Hells an edge in the Eternal Conflict. He is fueled by Hatred and has contempt for every single living creature, but he prioritizes angel and humans over other demons since he is smart enough to work with others for a common goal. His arrival to the pantheon was heralded by his two brothers reuniting and personally receiving him. With all the Prime Evils in the pantheon, nothing will stop them from taking over the place for their own.
- Was delighted to find out his asigned temple was the House of Hatred itself. He could easily be one of the leading deities of the house considering how common the feeling of contempt is present but he decided to stay out of the spotlight to avoid attention. His hatred is equal for all living beings, even his closest friends and allies, but he is smart enough to not let that hatred prevent him from making alliances.
- Amused by the presence of the Lesser Evils, Azmodan and Belial in particular. Mephisto is keeping an eye on them since he hasn't forgotten about the time they banished him and his brothers to Sanctuary and they often butt heads with them. There is also the fact that Mephisto was the one that taught Belial everything he knows, of course you know how well Belial reciprocated to his master.
- Not impressed by the strong presence of angelic deities. Of course, he hates them all, especially the Angels from Sanctuary who Mephisto has been at war since the dawn of time and considering that the angelic forces are much more numerous this time, he has been trying to device new ways to get rid of them.
- Of course, there is an exception for Mephisto and that would be the Archangel of Hope Auriel. He believes that hope is the only virtue without purpose, otherwise suffering and, by extension, hatred would not exist. Auriel feels nothing but disgust when it comes to Mephisto but the Lord of Hatred himself seeks to corrupt her and drive the archangel to his side.
- He is aware that his name is quite common for demons, as shown when he met the other Mephisto. While the Lord of Hatred is not flattered by the constant confusion, he nevertheless was interested in allying himself with the Prince of Lies since his powers and cunning rivals his own and he could be a great asset for the total corruption of the Pantheon and the fight against the Angels.
- Speaking of Mephistopheles, Faust utterly despises Mephisto even if he is not the same aforementioned demon, since he screwed faust over their deal and made his life miserable. Mephisto was only bemused by it, he doesn't mind someone hating him, as long as that happens he will only get stronger.
- Of course, his ascension did bring the attention of the Nephalem, the misbegotten spawn of his daughter Lilith with the angel Inarius and they did take action against Mephisto and his brothers once more to prevent them from corrupting the pantheon. However, he holds the most contempt to Deckard Cain, a member of the group that imprisoned him, and the mortal adventurers that slayed him, particularly the Necromancer Xul.
- As if it wasn't obvious, those who are powered by Hatred delights him (Of course, he still hates them anyway). He has paid special attention to Guts and Velvet Crowe, two deities whose hatred define and empower them and their mere presence makes the Lord of Hatred that much more powerful. Both are not stranger to dealing with creatures like Mephisto but since his domain is tied to their powers, they try to minimize the amount of Hatred they feel, even if that little hate still empowers the demon lord.
- Mephisto made a surprise entrance into the Nexus, deciding to aid his brother Diablo in the conquering of the many realms inhabiting and to spread his hatred. However, he found himself making two unlikely allies. The Highlord of the Tal'darim Protoss Alarak has heard of the demon before and has shown a rather surprising amount of respect for Mephisto while the latter is aroused by the sheer amount of hatred the Tal'darim harness. The other more unorthodox ally was Murky, whose sheer hatred and desire for revenge earned the attention of Mephisto almost instantly.
- His physical appearance tends to differ from time to time but the body he possesses is not his own. He possessed the body of Zankekur, a Zakarum priest and twisted it beyond recognition to the point that it barely resembles a human skeleton. Sometimes he adds a little meat to his body, nobody is sure why he does that.
- All those who serve and protect life are some of the deities that he loathes the most and seeks to cull them all. In return, the sheer aura of corruption that Mephisto represent has made him one of the prime enemies for the protectors of life but they do know that hatred only makes him stronger so they only focus on dealing him when absolutely necessary
- "YOU ARE TOO LATE!"
Adrian Fahrenheight Ţepeş/Alucard
Adrian Fahrenheight Ţepeş, God of Those Who Go Against Their Vampire Fathers
(Alucard, Genya Arikado, The Sleeping Soldier, Floating Vampire Jesus)
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: Dracula's symbol reversed (AKA: Empty wine glass facing downwards. The wine obviously fell off)
- Theme Song: "Dracula's Castle" Alternatively, "Tragic Prince" or "I am the Wind" (Don't sing this in front of him nowadays, even though he's quite fond of it)
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Breed of Human And Vampire, Good-hearted Vampires Hatred towards Vampiric Father, Backward Names, Non-Evil Dark powers, Rebellious Princes
- Domains: Darkness, Vampires, Good
- Followers: A couple of the 27 Dead Apostle Ancestors (Zelretch, Enhance, Merem Solomon, Alcatraz).
- Allies: Trevor Belmont, Sypha Belnades and Grant DaNasty, Simon Belmont, Shanoa, the Dovahkiin, Evangeline A.K. Macdowell, Rachel Alucard, Arcueid Brunestud, Eric Brooks/Blade, Kanaya Maryam, Gaius, Giorno Giovanna, Doctor Strange, Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider
- Enemies: Dracula, Yuuki Terumi, Alexander Anderson
- After years of following Dracula, he finally grew sick of his father's evil and cruel methods and finally broke out on his own. Currently on a crusade to free the other vampires following Dracula.
- In his crusade, he was joined by Rachel Alucard, on basis that she's bored and for the lulz, she playfully proclaim herself Alucard's sister. Alucard never minded.... until Rachel noted the emergence of Terumi and Alucard found out that his House's name was struck out and be replaced with "House of Shitty Vampires" by Terumi. That being said, Alucard has taken extra caution on that man.
- This relationship and teamwork continued, even after Rachel was elevated. In exchange of him agreeing to keep an eye on Terumi, Rachel also agrees to keep an eye on Dracula.
- He and the Dovahkiin are on good terms, and sometimes work together, as the Dovahkiin's close friend Serana is a nice girl who was turned into a Vampire Lord by her abusive father for his own ends.
- There has been recent rumors that the same title of Alucard was held by a certain Trevor Belmont. This has confused Adrian, because as he knew of, Trevor is always a good friend of his, not himself. For that end, he arranged a recommendation to bring two of his original friends, Trevor Belmont and his wife Sypha Belnades, to the Pantheon in order to clear this confusion. They succeeded as well recovering their missing final member, Grant after he was enslaved by Davy Jones.
- That said, when he heard that the Alucard of the alternate universe succeeded in doing what the main one had always dreamed of; redeeming his father, Trevor said he smiled the most genuine smile he's ever seen Alucard wear.
- Unknown to many of his more recent followers, Alucard wasn't always this good looking. This◊ is how he used to look and for the safety of his followers (in case they end up feeling betrayed because of his looks), Alucard usually hides this image and only shows it to his followers that he deems not judging Gods by their looks only.
- He always held the philosophy of "Evil triumphs when good men do nothing", thus he's just as workaholic, just like the Belmonts, in fighting evil. However, Alucard is aware that there are some who would use his slogan in a Knight Templar way, condemning some Anti-Villain in process. He's not too pleased when he hears people doing so and dragging his slogan for it.
- During the whole Morality Civil War, Alucard's relations with Rachel was strained due to her suddenly using the aforementioned slogan to put down Litchi Faye-Ling for not doing as she suggested. Fortunately Alucard managed to get a wind that something was amiss and possessed Rachel and worked his way to free her from that something's influence, and reminding her that this wouldn't be the way to honor the efforts of her friend Ragna the Bloodedge. After helping her come to her senses, they once again rekindle their 'sibling' relations.
- Is not in good terms with Remilia Scarlet, due of his father having captured her for a long time. Even after Alucard apologized his father's actions and promised that he is different from him, Remilia's pride was too shattered to let it pass.
- While he is still very wary around the Lord of Shadows' Dracula, Gabriel Belmont, he's more then willing to give the newly redeemed vampire a chance.
- Has noticed similar vocal ranges between him and historical figure Sima Shi, especially with portraits of them done by the one and only Ayami Kojima of all people.
- Has a very awkward relationship with Soma Cruz and his friend Mina Hakuba, considering that Alucard is now technically older than his own (reincarnated) father and mother. Alucard tends to be overprotective of Soma since he doesn't want him to go back to his old ways, but other than this their relationship is at least functional.
- Can also be found in Vampires.
Father, God of Child Haters
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: His own Silhouette on fire.
- Alignment: Neutral Evil
- Portfolio: Degraded Villains, Child Haters, Evil Is Burning Hot, Unfavorites, Moral Myopia, Pipes, Evil Is Hammy, Clothes That Gain Fire Powers, Broken Haughties, Card Carrying Villains, Cowardly Lions, Villainous Woobies, Evil Uncles, Freudian Excuses, Family Revelations
- Domains: Family, Evil.
- Allies: Every Evil Deity in the House of Family, especially Relius Clover
- Enemies: Every Good Deity in the House of Family, the Kids Next Door Sector V, Anakin Skywalker, Bryan Mills, Superman, Batman
- Opposes: Every child in the Pantheon, especially The Dimensional Counterparts, Bart Simpson, Dennis the Menace
- Uneasy Relationships: Professor Hojo, Yoshino, Bondrewd, Bowser
- Annoyed by: Lord Dominator
- Special Relationship: The Delightful Children From Down The Lane
- Here is the story of a father who started off as a terrifying villain and yet takes a fall from grace. His first few encounters with the Kids Next Door showed the GUAE how threatening he can be. Already a deadly pyrokinetic, he also proved to be a cunning adversary. All of this was destroyed with the arrival of his own father, who promptly took over his own organization upon his arrival. Even when Grandfather was ultimately defeated, he played no part in his redemption. That prompted the GUAE to oust the man from the Pantheon. After some years, it was decided their initial ruling was harsh, with his accomplishments showing he was still a threat even to the end. Thus, his original title was reinstated. Now, he gets to exact revenge on all children in the Pantheon.
- This re-ascension came over the objections of Numbah One and his teammates. They did not want to have to deal with a deified version of himself once again. With their opposition rejected, the crew have no choice but to declare battle-stations to take on their old foe.
- He returns with a bit of help this time. His kids the Delightful Children from Down The Lane had ascended in his absence and were keeping the Kids Next Door busy on his behalf. He briefly thanked them for keeping the seat warm before taking over once more. It is difficult to tell whether he likes his own children (though they may well be the only ones he would ever like).
- His temple is completely off limits to any snot-nosed brat within 200 feet of the premises. He promised to burn alive any child who violates his policy, even those who pose no threat to him.
- Bart and Dennis saw his ascension as their personal mission to annoy the living hell out of Father. It's one target the majority in the Pantheon wouldn't mind the two go after. Two two can be seen launching water balloons and eggs at his temple lawn. Father is planning to hit back at them tenfold.
- The Dimensional Counterparts also have a personal beef, with Father reminding them of Professor Leo Akaba except the professor was a Well-Intentioned Extremist. Father merely hates children and seeks to correct them into beings that he can tolerate. Yet that would be a fight that may not end in his favor; he is unfamiliar with the game of Duel Monsters and would unlikely be able to defeat their strongest cards on his own.
- Procured an uneasy alliance among the evil-teenagers on the Pantheon. They have helped him back on his world and was ready to ask for their assistance once more. Still, not all of them agreed to do so, and there were a few who proved to be just as annoying as children.
- Thought that Yoshino would be easy picks to beat. While she was initially afraid of his flames, a few stray hits with her cold powers was enough to knock him out. He has since stated that she got lucky, but the LOL Rangers pointed out that he has yet to demand a rematch, calling him a coward.
- Relius Clover remains as one of his closest allies, even during his exile. The Antagonistic Father took over the spot for evil dads until Father made his return. With his return, the two can now pool their clergy to wreak havoc upon kids.
- Has received a strong reaction among other fathers in the Pantheon. Virtually all good-aligned fathers outright booed his reintroduction into the Pantheon. There were especially strong objections from Bryan Mills and Anakin Skywalker. Bryan was disgusted with Father's contempt towards children, which went against his philosophy of saving loved ones. Anakin felt the need to take care of his children even as Darth Vader. He could not accept someone who hated children as so and wondered how Father treated his own kids.
- As a matter of fact, Father retorted that he actually likes them. He sees the Delightful Children as the prime example of what every kid should be like. And if they refuse... he won't be opposed to turning them to adults, animals or something even worse that that.
- There are many superheroes who have a rather soft spot when it comes to taking care of children. This is especially true for Batman and Superman, both of which have children of their own. The World's Finest are not fans of him at all.
- Any alliance with the villain Bowser is one with one eye open at all times. Bowser has a son of his own who he takes care of. And while Bowser Jr. can be annoying at times, the elder would never go so far as to brainwash him like what Father did to his children.
- Yet even he won't go so far as to experiment on his own children. While Professor's fascination for genetic engineering seemed promising, Father suspects that the scientist merely wants to put him in a lid for testing.
- Bondrewd is another scientist that is simply too batshit insane for Father to consider an ally. That scientist wouldn't also mind taking a look at the Delightful Children.
- Not everyone thinks he should return. Lord Dominator has been masterful at tearing down villains emotionally and she quickly went to work on Father, stating how pathetic it was that he never got to stand up to his own father. While it was clear that those words stung him, Father has managed to steel himself from her attacks.
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Kayako Saeki, Goddess of Post-Mortem Malevolence
(Kayako Kawamata, Ju-On
, Sayako, Sadakaya
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- Intermediate Goddess, possible Greater Goddess as Sadakaya
- Symbol: The Saeki House and the number '4'
- Theme Song: Ju-On OST
- Leitmotif: Her death rattle
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil
- Portfolio: The Big Bad Of The Series, Mascot Villain, Almost Always Drenched in Blood, Possesses Her Victims, Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette, Once a Housewife, Anyone Who Gets her Curse Dies, Fuses with Sadako To Form Sadakaya, Killed by Neck Snap, Became Evil after Death, Has Weaponized Hair, Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl
- Domains: Curses, Death, Fear, Revenge, Undead
- Heralds: Toshio Saeki, formerly Toshio Yamaga (her son), Takeo Saeki (her husband and murderer)
- High Priestess: Sachiko Shinozaki
- Followers: Matilda Dixon, Suzanne, Yamaoka Rin, Chiharu Kazami
- Allies: None (nobody's that stupid)
- Special Relationship: Eveline, Erma Williams
- Rival: Alma Wade
- Enemies: Sadako Yamamura (forced fusee), The Ghost Kamen Riders (especially Takeru), Sam and Dean Winchester, John Constantine, Harry Dresden, Skulduggery Pleasant, Hellboy, Danny Phantom, all ascended When They Cry deities (especially Shion Shinozaki), Dr. Gero
- Kindred Spirits with: The House of Vengeance
- Fears: Ghost Rider, Chi-Chi
- Feared by: Practically everybody that isn't immortal or undead like her (especially Demigods and below), but special note goes to the Ghostbusters and those two 501st Legion members
- Opposed by: Hisako, every good-aligned parent in the Pantheon, Goten and Trunks, Zamasu
- Avoids: Hanzo Hasashi/Scorpion
- Being Scouted By: Atrocitus, Dark Danny, Mephisto, Nekron
- Ju-On. A curse that strikes fear (and death) in the hearts of many. The product of an individual dying a violent death, it is a dark supernatural force that brutally ends every living being it comes in contact with. And there is no more infamous example of this curse's terror than Kayako Saeki. Once an ordinary (albeit shy) Japanese housewife, she was killed by her husband Takeo along with her son Toshio and the family cat Mar after he discovered her love for another mannote recorded in her journal. Spraining her ankle, getting her neck snapped, and stabbed multiple times in quick succession, she revived as an onryō hell-bent on killing everyone who steps foot in the Saeki household, with Kobayashi and her husband among her first victims. Last seen having merged with Sadako Yamamura to form Sadakaya, her curse has now reached the Pantheonnote .
- The Ghostbusters happened to be visiting the House of Ghosts to stop another disturbance by King Boo. Walking back to their temple after a successful operation, they stumbled on the old house and wandered inside. Since curiosity kills the cat, they were cornered by Kayako and splattered in the attic. When their remains were found by patrolling 501st stormtroopersnote , they were immediately carted to the House of Life and Death for revival. It took several weeks for them to come back to themselves and retell what happened (which was not pretty). Since then, Kayako's new temple has been relocated to an area farther away from the rest of her neighbours and heavily quarantined to prevent her curse from permeating the rest of the Pantheon.
- This hasn't hindered Kayako in the slightest, since the Ghostbusters had gotten her curse (as well as the 501st stormtroopers) and it spreads like The Plague. Merely stepping into the Saeki house curses you, and there is no way to break free of it. Granted, the fact that Death Is Cheap in the Pantheon has heavily mitigated the death toll, but Kayako won't cease pursuing whoever has disturbed her abode and this in turn only increases her fear factor. The only way to be directly killed by Kayako now is to step into her temple and remain there long enough for her to attack, as the Ghostbusters discovered to their peril. Only Ray has any semblance of wanting to get back at her.
- Don't try running away from her either. While an ordinary villain would pull a You Can Run, but You Can't Hide on the pursued, Kayako can just appear in front of you, behind you, even below you. Nowhere is safe. Not even under the covers or even the clothes on your back!
- Kayako has similarly been targeted by various Occult Detectives and Monster Hunters, although none of them have had any real success. The Winchesters mistakenly believed her to be a Shojo, a Japanese alcohol spirit which can be killed by being stabbed with a samurai sword consecrated by a Shinto blessing. It didn't work. Others like John Constantine, Harry Dresden and Skulduggery Pleasant have tried various Magical Incantations, Full-Contact Magic and Elemental Powers, which also didn't really do much to her. Finally, there are those such as Hellboy and Danny Phantom who tried to attack her more directly, which also failed.
- Note that this Kayako is an amalgamation of several versions of herself (the one from the original novel, the one from the first four films, the one from the American adaptation, and the one from the reboot films). The Court has decreed that while this Kayako has memories from all four incarnations of her, she most heavily draws from the Japanese film versions of her. Not that it makes much of a difference anyway, since they all died the same way and share near identical characteristics.
- Kayako is a very different animal from Sadako Yamamura, the Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl from her sister franchise, the The Ring. Sadako at the very least is seen to have a visible awareness of her abilities, having used her psychic powers to manufacture her signature videotape curse and later adapting to spreading it via the Internet, Kayako's Ju-On curse is almost entirely a byproduct of her violent death and she is entirely fueled by her rage and anger. Because of this, Atrocitus is wondering if he can force her to wear a Red Lantern ring to serve as a weapon for him to kill Krona with, after determining it as useless to control Alma Wade with a ring. All attempts have proven unsuccessful since you don't control Kayako. She controls you.
- Before entering the Pantheon proper, Kayako was one of the many J-Horror ghosts roaming the halls of the Dominion of Heavenly Host Elementary School, killing trapped people there in much the same way as she would have done normally, her infamy rivalling that of the school's main spirit, Sachiko. When Kayako was beamed out of there following her ascension, Sachiko tagged along to became her High Priestess so she could have more fun outside her nightmarish realm. This was tepidly supported by the Main House who saw giving her someone to interact with as a better option compared to her rampaging alone across the Pantheon. To her credit, while mostly ignorant of Sachiko, when she does, Kayako does love her like her own daughter. Sachiko is still disgruntled that the dynamic paints her as the Number Two to Kayako to deities that don't know of Corpse Party, where in Heavenly Host she reigned supreme, yet remains supportive of her so-called mother in killing and torturing, encouraging her in this attitude.
- Eveline has a similar dynamic with her, as her chief desire is to have a family of her own. While usually with the the Bakers, she acts as a surrogate daughter to Kayako and acts as a secret weapon of sorts in the family to combat Sadako, since her powers are far more diverse than simple killing and teleporting, reaching even the ability to control matter. Hence, Erma Williams should be an enemy, yet an odd kinship with Toshio (and going on a picnic with the family) completely flips the script here.
- Speaking of Toshio, her son is probably the only individual she expresses any sort of affection (or even positive emotion) for. A common tactic of his is to appear as an ordinary child (he is normally a naked pale ghost) to lure sympathetic prey closer for his mother to attack. He mocks them with his signature meow signifying how his soul has merged with that of Mar, the family cat. Besides that, he mostly hangs around his mother, silent and hopeful for new victims to come. New evidence has come to light that Toshio may not be Kayako's child at all. In truth, he is the reincarnation of a child named Toshio Yamaga, left in a closet to die during a heat wave. His resultant Ju-On spirit entered Kayako's womb and fulfilled her wish to have a child. In essence, this means that Takeo's suspicion of Kayako's child not being his was correct and Toshio indirectly caused Kayako's own demise and Ju-On curse.
- Kayako seems to have a twisted sense of affection towards other children in the Pantheon, and saves them for last in any one of her killing sprees. Some children have tried to help her out (if they're powerful enough). Timmy Turner once wished her back to life, but the power of the curse proved too strong and she snapped back within four seconds. Da Rules probably should update its pages.
- The only person she was never able to scare or outright kill is Son Chi-Chi, who looked her straight in the face and did....something. Eyewitness reports state that Kayako quailed in terror and disappeared in a pool of blood.
- She is scared shitless of the Ghost Rider as his Penance Stare could permanently incapacitate her. Yes, it works on ghosts.
- Zamasu was very intrigued by her arrival. While he groused about how she was an example of the foolishness of mortals as usual, since her love for another man led to her death by an equally foolish and crazy husband. After Terumi suggested he actually do something again for once, he checked out the house to witness one of her murder sprees and had a brief skirmish with her. You can guess who won. Now he has the slightest tinge of respect for her unbridled desire to decimate anyone who comes near her or her family, a slave to her own hatred. The fact that she has a second place in his own House has only increased his interest in manipulating her to commit petty murders for him to ensure plausible deniability.
- Mephisto finds her to be the perfect source of Hatred, the Ju-On potentially making him all the more powerful given his domain being hatred and a tool he could use for his schemes. Doubt she would like him back.
- As mentioned above, Kayako can forcibly merge with Sadako Yamamura to form an entity containing both curses: Sadakaya. The resultant spirit has Sadako's attire and mannerisms but emits Kayako's death rattle. The videotape also is played in the doorway of the Saeki household instead of the traditional well. This form has double the power of its constituent ghosts combined and is nigh invulnerable to Intermediate deities and below. Now that they are separated again, it would be unwise to wish for them to fuse again.
- This hasn't stopped people from trying. Dr. Gero in one of his 'phases' captured Sadako by purposely cursing himself with the videotape and entering Kayako's temple. Once this was accomplished, he used a shock collar to trap Sadakaya and increase the fusion rate via stolen Potara Earrings. The result was 'Super Sadakaya'. The ghost unleashed a psychic wave that utterly decimated the House of Ghosts and necessitated a full rebuild of the place to prevent a chain reaction of ghost invasions into the Pantheon. Miraculously, Dr. Gero escaped justice for this heinous act. In fact, he has plans on trying again, only with more ghosts.
- If Sadako had never existed, Alma Wade would take the top spot as Kayako's chief rival and enemy. As they are scarily similar in traits and personality, they get into altercations often with Alma winning almost all the time. At least twenty victims can be caught in the crossfire, and the anger exuded was so great that even Red Lantern Corps member were terrified and longer certain that they can control Kayako in any way, shape or form.
- This bitter rivalry has gained the attention of Dark Danny, who sees her as a useful substitute for Alma Wade as a potential ghost-in-chief for him. Danny is determined to prevent that from happening.
- Every When They Cry deity hates her with a passion as her Ju-On curse is nothing more than a worse version of the Himamizawa Syndrome that can't be sealed because is it contained within a sentient being. They never venture near the Saeki household if they can help. Shion in particular sealed herself in her temple for 24 hours after learning of her ascension.
- In her own twisted way, she sympathises with Scorpion in regards to him losing his family, and Scorpion doesn't mess with her due to the nature of her death.
- If there is any hope for Kayako, there is speculation that she returns to her normal self on her birthday, like Sachiko. Since her birth date has never been divulged, there is no way of determining if that is the case.
- Also has a spot in the House of Ghosts.
Mard Geer Tartaros
Mard Geer Tartaros, God of Those Who Deem Humanity Insignificant
(Underworld King, King of Hades, Absolute Demon, Mardi Gras if you want to piss him off.)
Mard Geer's Etherious Form
Mard Geer's Book
- Intermediate God (Greater God in his Etherious Form)
- Symbol: The Guild Mark of Tartaros over his Book of Zeref
- Leitmotifs: Absolute Demon, King of the Underworld, In the Name of the Underworld King.
- Alignment: Neutral Evil with traces of Lawful Evil
- Portfolio: Killing his own men to get at the heroes, Long Haired Bishōnen most of the time, The driving force behind his leader, Incapable of understanding humans and their feelings (not that he cares in the first place), Never being referred to by anyone as "Mard" not even Mard Geer himself, Loves belittling his opponents without moving in for the kill, Lack of Empathy, Being able to No Sell anything that isn't related to Demon Slaying, Our Demons Are Different, Always smirking, Using thorns and plants to attack, Ultimate curses of destruction, The Stoic, Using curses, not magic
- Domains: Demons, Plants, Books, Curses
- Superior: Zeref (His creator), also "Master" E.N.D or Etherious Natsu Dragneel
- Allies: Lord Tirek, Satan, The Beast, Fortinbras, Ghirahim, Father Homunculus, The Four Chaos Gods, but especially Tzeentch, Dormammu, Shinnok, Quan Chi, the Incubators, Corset, Nemesis the Warlock, Bi-Han/Noob Saibot, Tanya, Mileena, Gul'dan, Boros, Ten Commandments
- Enemies: Any God who would dare to believe in the human spirit or was even human before ascending, but those chief among them include: Lucifer, Madoka Kaname, The Imperium of Man, Alucard (and the rest of Hellsing in general), every member of the Fairy Tail Guild, but especially Gray Fullbuster, Edward and Alphonse Elric, Adell, Luka, Alipheese, Hanzo Hasashi/Scorpion, Kuai Liang/Sub-Zero, Raiden (Mortal Kombat), Illyana Rasputin/Magik, Meliodas, many magic users of the Pantheon.
- Opposed by: Issei Hyodo and the ascended members of the Occult Research Club, Millenium
- Ascended after his failure in the mortal realms to revive Zeref's most powerful demon E.N.D. However, despite his death, his undying hatred for humanity allowed him to ascend to the Pantheon as the deity who would best represent inhuman disregard for humans.
- Sees his death by Zeref's hands to be his greatest failure, and so seeks to revive and bring "Master" E.N.D. to the Pantheon as penance for his sins. Though it was eventually revealed that he's not so much trying to revive E.N.D. as just trying to wake him up from an amnesic state.
- Upon his ascension, he found much in common with many of the demons of the House of Otherness, in particular, The Beast and Satan. Though far younger than they, the two of them respect his utter disregard for humans as less than bugs, and the latter has offered him as a place as one of the Lords of Hell. Mard Geer accepted, though if asked, he will always say that he is simply saving the spot for E.N.D.
- It is his Undying Loyalty to restoring E.N.D. that is the basis for his alliance with Ghirahim, who sees him as a kindred spirit, due to his own dream of being reunited with Demise someday. Mard Geer respects the Demon Lord in turn, especially when he learned about their similar origins: Being a book to his sword, he understands Ghirahim's loyalty to his true master.
- Naturally, given his title, he is a sworn enemy of the Imperium and the Emperor, and has thrown in his lot with the Chaos Gods. Of the four though, he only cares for Tzeentch. He finds the Great Schemer an interesting character, though he is wise enough to never trust everything he says. He is also forever opposed by Tomas de Torquemada for similar reasons.
- Has a cordial relationship with the Homunculus known as Father, who agrees with his views on humanity. Mard Geer has expressed interest in the subject of Philosopher's Stones, though he is wary of this thing called Alchemy, which might be able to hurt him. As such, he is cautiously observing the Elric Brothers.
- Has an interest in Kyubey for similar reasons. He finds the concepts of Soul Gems, Grief Seeds and Witches to be quite fascinating, and wonders what other possibilities could be gained from them. The knowledge of what they really are is just icing on the cake for him.
- Is one of the few Gods who would dare to visit Lord Tirek within his prison. When asked why he would do such a thing, he replied that since his Curses are naturally superior to Magic, he is safe from Tirek's Mana Drain. He notes long as he doesn't do anything foolish (like allowing him to grow too powerful), he has no fear of losing his powers. As for why he is visiting him, it supposedly has something to do with asking about the conditions of Tartarus and whether or not it could be a hotspot for Curse Power to aid in E.N.D.'s revival...
- Speaking of magic, he has earned the wariness of the entire House of Magic after they learned of his former plans of erasing all the magic of his homeworld. Steps have been taken to ensure something similar can't happen here. The only one who seems to be at bay with Mard Geer - barring Dormammu, is Shinnok, who, just like the former, has plans to revive an ultra-powerful being (in Shinnok's case, the One Being). Of course, the Ruler of the Netherrealm does take some security measures around Mard Geer, such as hiding his amulet.
- Was not pleased to learn of the presence of many a Fairy Tail mage within the Pantheon. While he normally wouldn't care, the fact that Gray Fullbuster is among their number has kept him in line for now.
- Disliked by Kurama, who sees his Thorn Curse as some sort of Evil Counterpart to his own powers. Mard Geer doesn't even care.
- Despises Lucifer, as he believes his interest in humanity to be an utter waste of time. Who cares for the weeds that line the road you walk after all? The Lightbringer in turn simply shakes his head, simply muttering, "Such wasted potential..." every time.
- Similarly, he also despises Adell, Luka, and Alice for such ideals especially on the subject of coexistence between humans and other races and especially when he learned Adell is also a demon, Luka is Lucifer's son (upon which he claimed that the rotten apple never falls far from the tree), and Alice is a Monster Lord (claiming that Black Alice was a far more worthy being for the title) The three in turn thinks he's just a monster that needs to go down.
- Corset is impressed with his methods of disciplining those who displease him with his vines.
- Is stayed away from at all costs by Hyodo Issei and his harem, especially Rias Gremory. Mard Geer in turn respects their power and status as fellow demons (at least, most of them), but it's mostly buried under his disgust for "traitors to his kind", and has no qualms about killing all of Issei's haremettes in cold blood and in front of him if provoked, out of trying to make Issei "realize how worthless they are". Of course, he keeps it well-hidden and tries his best not to kill the girls, because he doesn't want to end up like Yuuki Terumi.
- Naturally Meliodas has been made a personal enemy of Mard Geer Tartaros. The Underworld King vows to bring the Ten Commandments into the pantheon just to spite their former ally.
- Could not understand how anyone as powerful as Alucard truly believes in humanity's worth and after his followers got slaughtered by Alucard, he attempted to fight the No-Life King himself. He was defeated after a short battle when Alucard managed to No-Sell his trump card, Memento Mori, before the vampire brutalized him back into his book form. Mard Geer still managed to get one final comeback in noting for all Alucard's praise of humanity and mocking others, he still willing gave it up on his death bed out of fear.
- His attempts to try and get back at them by speaking with Millenium also failed. The Major told off the demon and revealed his shared sentiments of how only humanity can beat monsters before the Nazis warned him to leave. Mard Geer's response was to tear apart their headquarters and soldiers before leaving, noting that Alucard truly had nothing to fear from them. And what did the Major have to say about that?
- However, Alucard got the last laugh. After all, he acknowledged his fears and weaknesses, which is why humanity is better than him and Mard Geer. Meanwhile, Mard Geer never would understood and not only did he fail in his objective, his so-called superior Curses were defeated by the Power of Love, the One Magic that all originates from.
Serpent, God of Daring To Be Struck Down With Hatred
- Intermediate God, borderline Greater God when Biometal W is awakened
- Symbol: The mark of Slither Inc
- Theme Song: Snake Eyes (Slither Inc), Pallida Mors (battle theme)
- Alignment: Lawful Evil
- Portfolio: Corrupt Corporate Executive, Big Bad, Seen As A Hero For Stopping Mavericks Despite Setting Them Up, The Social Darwinist, Finger Gun, Seeing Humans As No Better Than Mavericks, Former Orphan Of Maverick Raids, Evilutionary Biologist, Final Boss Preview, Wishes To Change The World For The Better, Ordering The Deaths Of The Protagonist's Parents, Strike Me Down with All of Your Hatred
- Domains: Cyber-Elves(abused), Mavericks and Maverick Hunters, Slither Inc, Massacres, Hatred
- Followers: Manchester Black, Dahak, Zophar
- Unwitting Pawn of: Biometal W, and by extension Doctor Weil
- Allies: Lurerre, Sigma, Steven Armstrong, Sundowner, Jonathan Irons, Lysandre, Lumine, Monsoon, the Grand United Alliance of Chaos
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Prometheus and Pandora
- Enemies: Vent and Aile, Grey, X, Zero, Harpuia, Fighting Fefnir and Hidden Phantom, Iroque, Atrocitus, Painwheel, Dizzy, Rotom
- Opposes: All who support the Status Quo, the Grand United Alliance of Good
- Opposed by: Good-aligned members of the House of Justice
- Serpent is the president of Slither Inc, who specialize in excavation of old technology and energy sources. Publicly, he is friends with the Guardians and a hero who's stopped many Mavericks. In truth however, he is The Social Darwinist, a man who masterminds Maverick outbreaks as part of a False Flag Operation. He dreams of using Biometal W to "evolve humanity", and will go to any links to fulfill this dream.
- Vent and Aile were outraged to learn that he had ascended, among many other crimes the fact he was in charge of the Maverick Raid that killed their parents. Their brewing hatred was exactly what he needed, and when he dared them to strike him down with all of their hatred he used it to power the Biometal W Core. It should be noted that while Palpatine coined the term, he doesn't have much in common with the Emperor asides from manipulating people's dark sides and putting on a friendly face to the public.
- He wasn't happy to learn the Biometals asides from W exist in their original form. X, Zero and ascended members of the Four Guardians weren't happy to see him at all. Luckily for him there was an ally Mega Man-Sigma. They shared similar ideals and personality. Together, the two are experimenting with fusing Biometal W and Maverick Virus. Those in the House of Technology not allied with them are trying to put an immediate stop to this. Combining the legacy and what's left of the mind of Wily and Weil would be cataclysmic.
- Considers the likes of Vent and Aile to be the true Mavericks, not him. To support the status quo, to never truly change the world, it is a crime against the spirit of man. While lacking much good to say about the Grand United Alliance of Evil, it is the GUAG he takes umbridge with as he detests the reactionary rather than pro-active response most members prefer. He was happy to learn of the GUAC, due to the change and social darwinism they champion.
- Through Biometal W he harvests pain, fear and hate, and when these physically manifest it's even easier. Atrocitus was disgusted by how he masterminded tragedy and hatred, and immediately attacked him. He was smart enough not to utilize his Red Lantern ring, resulting in a brutal beatdown. Still, it was enough hate combined with his new deity status to re-trigger his One-Winged Angel transformation, and Vent and Aile had to be called in again to stop him.
- Due to how he utilizes negative emotions, he considers the Indigo Light to be a threat and has tasked his Psuderoids with eliminating Iroque. He considers Rotom a threat as the Plasma Pokemon would be able to steal away the Cyber-Elves he's harvesting and hack his technology, along with possibly himself due to being a Reploid. Of course if Rotom were to hack into the malignant Biometal W, it would probably corrupt it or drive the mon insane.
- He admires Steven Armstrong's desire to improve the world, allowing every man to fight for their ideals and genuinely change the world. Some details they argue about, but for the most part the two are allies. His business angle makes him work well with Sundowner, and is trying to use his Child Soldier plan to help with fueling the Model W Core. He also became business partners with Jonathan Irons.
- Wholeheartedly believes that Humans Are Bastards, and just as evil as Reploids can be. His psychosis originated from being the orphaned survivor of a Maverick Raid, which Biometal W exacerbated. He seems to be understanding of Monsoon due to having a similar traumatic background.
- Enriched and ultimately enslaved by Biometal W, it is unclear what might happen if he interacts with its original self, Doctor Weil. To prevent a Temporal Paradox, he is forbidden from meeting him.
Doctor Weil, God of Abysmal Approval Ratings
(Dr. Vile, Dr. Kool-Aid Man
, Devil, Model W
, Lord Weil, Dr. Satan Incarnate
- Intermediate God(?) May or may not be a Greater God as Model W
- Symbol: His immortal suit with Model W emblazoned in the background
- Theme Song: "Curse of Vile" and "Fate: Theme of Weil" , "Falling Down" when in battle and "Fate: Deep-Seated Grudge" as Model W
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil (pretends to be Lawful Evil)
- Portfolio: Inhuman Depravity Atypical Of The Franchise, Extreme Sadism, Mad Scientist, Fantastic Racism towards Reploids, Misanthrope Supreme, Warped Sense of Entitlement, Backstory Horror, World Sundering, Card-Carrying Villain, Dystopia Justifies the Means, Despised By All, Big Bad, Immortality as a Curse, Artifact of Doom, Greater-Scope Villain
- Domains: Mad Science, Tyranny, Selfishness, Hatred, Depravity, Destruction
- Followers: The Red King
- Allies: Omega, Lurerre the Abyssoid (underlings), Yuuki Terumi, Kefka Palazzo, The Grox, Johann Schmidt/The Red Skull, Johan Liebert, Darkseid, Melkor, AM, Deathwing, Frieza, Freddy Krueger, Nyarlathotep, Tenjuro Banno, Alduin
- Enemies: Every Mega Man god not under "allies" (especially Zero [his arch-enemy], Copy X (former Unwitting Pawn), Sage Harpuia, Mega Man X, Grey, Prometheus and Pandora), every god in the House of Nature not under "allies", the entire House of Justice, any human or android not mentioned under "allies", Steve Rogers/Captain America, Clark Kent/Kal-El/Superman, Ragna the Bloodedge
- Opposes: Dolores Umbridge (surprisingly), Scar (Lion King), Atrocitus, Sinestro
- Opposed by: Most of the Pantheon
- After the Maverick Wars, there were two scientists who sought different ways to eliminate the Maverick menace. One decided and eventually succeeded in eradicating the Maverick Virus, which was the source of most Reploid aggression to humanity. The other, Weil, believed that all Reploids deserved to be enslaved to mankind, to pay for the Maverick Wars and because they don't deserve freedom. With Omega, he would initiate the Elf Wars, leading to his banishment. A century later, he would initiate his revenge, manipulating a reconstructed Copy X to assume leadership of Neo Arcadia. All so he could run it into the ground; for vengeance, for ego and for his bottomless sadism.
- Even after his ascension to the Pantheon, he still threatens the mortal world through his remains as the original Model W. As such, he became quite pissed when Grey ascended, after having successfully destroyed both Model W's ultimate form, Ouroboros and its creator, Master Albert. However, he was beyond happy when a single piece of Model W managed to make it into the Treasury. Soon, all machines within the Pantheon will bow before him as they were always meant to!
- Prometheus and Pandora hate him with a passion, due to him being the very reason they have suffered for decades. They have both sworn to destroy him by whatever means necessary, even if they must join the GUAG to do so.
- Originally named Dr. Vile, but changed it to avoid confusion with that psychotic Maverick.
- Dr. Weil is one of the most loathed gods in the pantheon; you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who'd serve under him. Even his own mortal followers only visit out of a strange admiration of how evil he is.
- Sonic has a particularly strong hatred of Weil. Mainly because of his sheer cruelty and how he makes Dr. Eggman look like a saint in comparison. It all stems from an disastrous confrontation with him that nearly killed him and his friends.
- Even other mad scientists hate him. Dr Wily in particular finds it sick that he'd torture his own subjects, when ruling them is enough, and stealing Omega from him. Hell, even most of the other insane rulers don't like him, though with Sauron it's because "he's suicidally nucking futs." His leader Melkor, however, had some brewskies with him for being so cruel to his subjects.
- He might have made Sigma's words to turn the Repliforce against mankind a bit too prophetic but even Sigma himself can't stand him. We'll never know whether it's a momentary resurgence of his old self about trying to make a better world for Reploids or it's just his megalomaniacal self not wanting competition (he's no better anyway), but if he's put in the same room with Weil, both will try to kill each other. Of course, best not to listen what they had to ramble (Weil using Sigma as the real reason why Reploids needs to be enslaved, Sigma using Weil as the reason why Humans Are the Real Monsters), either way, that won't justify their megalomania.
- Disapproves of how Dolores Umbridge garners hatred, as being hated out of sheer bitchiness isn't in his style; he prefers extravagance to gain anger. Weil also has a low opinion on Scar, as his 0% Approval Rating was through incompetence and apathy rather than cruelty.
- Frieza, most likely to screw with the heroes, is trying to help him maintain his power base. He'll remind him, however, that he'll strike him down if the evil scientist ever goes against him.
- Atrocitus also dislikes him, because in his eyes, Weil is no different from the guardians of the universe: Vile, Selfish and Genocidal. Also, the fact that he draws upon the power of rage, wich Weil constantly rubs in his face because Weil enjoys and gets off from the rage and hatred of others and hates humanity. In turn, Atrocitus has made sure that Weil never gets his hand on a red lantern ring, because while Weil DOES have enough hatred in his heart to use one, he thinks of the mad scientist as a complete monster and that giving him a red ring would be a VERY bad idea.
- Sinestro has the same opinion of him as Atrocitus, therefore the situation is the same: Weil DOES have the ability to instill great fear, but Sinestro will never allow him to wield a yellow ring, for the same reasons.
- Weil may also be greedy, ambitious and selfish enough to wield an orange lantern ring, but Larfleeze also won't allow him to enter his corps. Of course, this isn't surprising, because Larfleeze never shares the orange light with anyone.
- Is one of the most evil gods in the pantheon; asides from those Made of Evil like Nyarlathotep and Melkor, Many deities would be hard-pressed to find something who can surpass him due to his sheer sadism, destructive behavior, tyranny and egomania. Weil takes this in stride, boasting about it on visits to the House of Villains.
- Both he and Terumi compete for who's Eviler Than Thou, but the consensus agrees they're as bad as each other. Though when not fighting, they get along great because they agree on the viewpoint it's about them and sadism is awesome. Together, the two plan to usurp the House of Hatred and Villains.
- After a fierce debate, it was agreed he was SLIGHTLY more evil than Johan Liebert, if only because Weil not only enjoys the pain and suffering he causes far more than Johan does, but he also succeeded in causing far more damage and destruction. It's constantly debated which of them should take the title of "the most evil human", since no-one's sure whether Weil really qualifies anymore.
- Asides from gods sharing his 'verse, the House of Nature seem to hate him the most (yes, even Hexxus, who thinks he's abominable). His mad ambitions lead him to want and destroy nature itself, so they may have nowhere to run from him. There's also the manner of his World Sundering during the Elf Wars. On the other hand, Deathwing admires this utter devastation, impressed that one man could devastate the world. The Grox are paying him a pretty penny to do it again, as they love the sort of environment he'd create.
- His opinions on justice and law are as followed: it's all a joke. After all, look what it did to him! He loathes the entire House of Justice, and they loathe him back; not only due to how awful a person he is, but because his idea of "justice" is even more self-serving than what freaking Gilgamesh could come up. It's pretty telling that he rattles around injustices and revenge despite embracing his own villainy, something Freddy Krueger can relate to. AM gets along with him for this viewpoint, and is helping him work on how to torture others.
- Has become quite worried since Grima took Omega as his ally. Apparently, he's worried Grima will use Omega to kill him. But since no one knows what Grima's going to do, it's unknown how much truth is here. Quite a few people are praying that's the case, though.
- When he's feeling particularly pleased with himself, Weil likes to claim he's the Devil. He's not that serious about it, he just likes the rep. Melkor, who most likely IS the Devil, is impressed by how much wickedness he's done, but would still like to remind him he's still nothing compared the true Dark Lord. Weil sees this as motive to "improve" himself.
- If you want to see him at his most enraged, call him a Maverick. Despite being worse than any Maverick in history, despite becoming the source of a new Maverick plague, Weil refuses to ever be associated as one. No matter what he does.
- Also has a seat in Unpopularity.
Avenger (Fate/Hollow ataraxia)
Angra Mainyu, God of Societal Outcasts
(Avenger, Aŋra Mainiiu
, Ahriman, All The Worlds Evil, The Greater Grail, Black Grail, Black Iri, The Weakest Heroic Spirit
, Angry Matthew, Angry Manjew, Angry Mango
As Black Iri
- Lesser God as a Servant. Overdeity as the Black Grail.
- Symbol: A purple-coloured chalice. Alternatively, the Avenger Class symbol.
- Theme Song: holLow wORlD
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil
- Portfolio: Spoilerific, The Corruption, Starting out as a no-name villager then sacrificed to expel all of the world's evil, Taking on the name of the Zoroastrian's devil, Being Tortured Makes You Evil, Behind everything wrong in the Fourth and Fifth Fuyuki Grail Wars, Ax-Crazy with some surprising moral actions, Humanoid Abomination, All The World's Evil, Saner than the other Avengers making him even more deplorable, Learning to value humanity, Now lays back in the background in Chaldea, Pretty weak as a Heroic Spirit
- Domains: Chaos, Evil, Community
- Heralds: Bazzett Fraga McRemitz and Caren Hortensia, the closest people he has to Morality Pets.
- High Priest: Scapegoat
- Followers: Akira Takizawa, Ben Richards, Emmanuel Goldstein, Mogh, Trinia Sabor, Dr. Catherine Elizabeth Halsey
- Allies: Ritsuka Fujimaru, Melkor, Beatrice the Golden Witch, Vector, The Outsider, Vanitas, Ansem, Seeker of Darkness, Noob Saibot, Naoya
- Unwitting Pawn: Saber Alter
- Rivals: Lucifer, Nyarlathotep (Persona), Evolto/Kamen Rider Evol, Yuki Terumi, Merged Zamasu, Kefka Palazzo, Phazon, Don Thousand, BEN
- Enemies: Everyone involved in the Fuyuki Holy Grail Wars, the other Angra Mainyu, Eru Ilúvatar, Philemon, YHVH, Yaldabaoth, Lelouch vi Britannia, Suzaku Kururugi, Phil Connors, Tree Gelbman, Stefan Butler, Freddie Mercury, Robert Edwin House, The Prince
- Opposed by: Jeanne d'Arc Alter
- Interested in: Amakusa Shirou Tokisada, "Hero Killer" Stain
- Pities: Gai Tsutsugami, Ramza Beoulve, Shinji Ikari, Haruka Kotoura, Sirius Black, Lazlo, Oyashiro-sama, Homura Akemi, Velvet Crowe, Ren Amamiya
- Conflicting Opinion: Master Xehanort
- Long ago, there was once a villager who was just going about in his day. Then his fellow villagers decided to ostracize someone in order to rationalize all of the disasters they had gone through, and that someone is him. Since then, he had every atrocity committed inflicted onto him and gets blamed for them until his old age and after that, they placed a curse that made him represent the world's evil on him to seal the deal. Throughout all of this, he was confused at why would they do this to him, but eventually he began to hate them back and later, his forced sacrifice qualified him to become a Heroic Spirit. Throughout the years, he has seen generations come and go and hatred becomes second nature to him, then eventually becomes his entire being once he lost all of his humanity.
- He was later summoned into the Third Fuyuki Holy Grail War, where he was swiftly killed due to his weak powers and gets stuck in the Holy Grail. The Grail then grants every evil wish humanity has placed on Avenger, turning him into an actual daemon designated as All the World's Evil, Angra Mainyu. Within the Greater Grail, he tainted the grail system, allowing irregular spirits to manifest in Holy Grail Wars. During the Fourth and Fifth Holy Grail Wars, he taunted Kiritsugu Emiya and his ideals by claiming his methods will make him an enemy of humanity by impersonating Irisviel and granted Kirei Kotomine's wish for destruction with his black mud swallowing Kotomine and gave him a blackened heart; in separate timelines of the Fifth War, he lies to Illyasviel von Einzbern that her father killed her mother and contracted with Sakura Matou to manifest in the material world but in the end, the physical Grail corrupted by him get destroyed in all of the three timelines.
- But one of the timelines ensured his survival by having enough souls of Servants to fuel his resurrection, and later he wandered to find one last desire to fulfill due to being a weak Grail. He then found Bazzett Fraga McRemitz, the Master of Lancer who was left to die by Kotomine who also wished for life, so he made a contract with her and put her in a comatose state, until Caren Hortensia found Bazzett and nursed her in her mansion. To keep both her body and consciousness up and running, he made a four-day time loop and impersonates Shirou in mind and body but reverts to his true form as Bazzett's Servant; during the loop, he enjoyed becoming Shirou and began feeling wrong about the timeloop while Bazzett eventually realizes the situation but keeps the loop going to keep herself alive by sealing him in her left arm. With Caren's help, Avenger finally ended the loop once and for all with his time in Shirou's daily life represented his desire to live a normal life.
- Melkor once realized that after all of the Forever War that's going on in the Pantheons, the blame needs to go to at least an entity worthy of taking all of them. Sure, there's Zamasu but he wants someone that best embody the very concept of scapegoating and its horrible consenquences; later while browsing through universes, he found the Avenger Servant, Angra Mainyu who Melkor finds fascinating due to also being banished by Eru Iluvatar for embodying evil. Seeing Angra's worth, he made his case to the Court of the Gods, who while feeling uneasy towards Melkor actually got convinced of his reasoning; the papers filed in and Angra Mainyu ascended to the Trope Pantheons. Angra also saw himself in Melkor, and so they hang out around the place off-hours though he can't but feel Melkor is very extreme against Eru and everything else good.
- It's an Understatement when the participants of the Fuyuki Holy Grail Wars are not pleased to see him given that he basically screwed up their lives both indirectly and directly. Angra outright expresses that he has no regrets doing his wrongs to them, especially to Kiritsugu and his family, as well as Sakura and Gilgamesh. All parties are readying themselves to face him once more, which shows that all innocent people want is a good life.
- Bazzett and Caren were the only two people that he legitimately cares about after the time loop fiasco he had a hand in creating. The Court decides to appoint them so that he's kept on a metaphorical leash, which Angra is actually grateful for. It was a sweet reunion, albeit a bizarre one to see an embodiment of evil and two women hanging around happily.
- Kotomine arrives to Angra's temple once he heard news of his ascension in order to request more great power from him so that he can satisfy his lust for destruction. Since he helped him before and he's totally advocating for evil in man's heart, Angra agrees to give him aid once again. As for Bazzett and Caren, the latter has a lot of questions for her father while the former is hesitant to work alongside him since he killed her and stole Lancer from her before the Fifth Grail war started.
- Angra is responsible for the corruption of Saber Alter and made her oppose Shirou to keep himself preserved until his full birth into the world. Saber Alter is bitter towards Avenger for that and is finding a loophole to get back at him; not that he cares much for her anyways...
- Avenger is surprised that his Master, Ritsuka Fujimaru ascended at the same time as him. When Ritsuka bonded with Angra, by now his loops with Bazzett and Caren has already happened and he now takes a backseat in Chaldea's missions until needed. Angra's enemies along with Bazzett and Caren are counting on the Master of Chaldea to keep him in line.
- Angra finds Amakusa Shirou very interesting, particularly his sheer determination to go after the Holy Grail for his wish of salvation for all and even their summonings by the Einzberns determined the outcomes of the future Fuyuki Holy Grail Wars. Amakusa could care less about Angra's opinion of him, because a corrupted Grail is still a Holy Grail and he'll not stop to get it... at least, had it not been for Ritsuka keeping him in line.
- Jeanne Alter finds it disappointing that the very first Avenger-class Servant is pretty weak, so she's not gonna expect much of him sooner or later. Angra could care less about her, although he's fascinated that there's more Servants under his class which delights him that his influence towards the Greater Grail is working.
- Angra considers himself a cheap imitation of the Beasts, because an Evil of Humanity is comparable to them. Funnily enough, he can actually go head-to-head with them especially against Goetia which prompted him, Tiamat and Kiara (when she's Heaven's Hole) to be careful around him.
- Having just redeemed himself, he acquainted himself with Beatrice the Golden Witch and Vector who also used to screw around their victims maliciously before their calling out. They would be antagonizing had it not been for that they have been equally vile to others as well, so they gave in and ultimately exchange their past experiences with glee over coffee. Onlookers are still intimidated despite the happy situation.
- Being a nearly unstoppable force of chaos and evil, Angra finds himself at odds with Lucifer and Don Thousand, who scoffs at his general weak Servant form and preferring him as the Black Grail. Unfortunately for Angra, most of the Pantheonic higher-ups are banning him from going near the Treasury's Grail so he can't impress them after all. The Nyarlathotep of the Shin Megami Tensei world is delighted to see more proof that Humans Are Bastards, but he calls dibs on ending humanity first; Angra finds it a shame that another embodiment of humanity's evil would want to compete with him than cooperate with him.
- YHVH and Yaldabaoth are furious that another chaotic being has ascended and the latter refuses to let himself be corrupted by him while Philemon and Eru Iluvatar sees him as no better than Nyarlathotep nor Melkor. Angra couldn't care less about them, as long as they don't mess with his plans.
- The ACTUAL Angra Mainyu scoffs at Avenger, laughing at the fact that his village sought out him and ruining his life to do so; the feeling is mutual since Avenger blames him and his name for his unjustified suffering. You won't be seeing these two in cahoots even if they have common ground. Despite sharing the Zoroastrian devil's name, Freddie Mercury and the Prince still antagonize him regardless since not only he's not better than Ahriman but also potentially more dangerous than he will be.
- By this point, Avenger has done enough monstrous stuff to warrant him a lot of understandable hate which put him at odds with Yuki Terumi, Evolto, Zamasu and Dr. Weil. Terumi and Evolto had a party of their own when they found out what Angra embodies who proceeded to not be involved in their schemes while carrying out his own, as opposed to Zamasu who uses him as proof that humans deserve to be wiped out for, which actually offended Angra since at least he values humanity in spite of hating them so much. Terumi did call it a shame since like Angra, he too keeps himself alive with hatred and they would have debated about humanity evil all day long. Dr. Weil could care less about humanity's evils, he still wants Reploids to serve them regardless of their feelings; Angra even wonders if he ever needs redemption at all.
- Since he can also corrupt others with his black mud, he also gained rivals in Phazon and BEN though BEN doesn't really use black stuff to corrupt his victims and surroundings. Phazon reacts negatively in Angra's presence which means it sees him as competition rather than ally.
- Sure, he made a time loop to save Bazzett's life, but Phil Connors, Tree Gelbman and Stefan Butler are staying very far away from him because his Heroic Spirit form alone is Obviously Evil. Angra himself could care less for them, unless they are standing in his way.
- He did feel bad about Homura Akemi using time loops to save Madoka forever, stating that he would have done the same for Bazzett. Homura wants nothing to do with him since he reminds her of what she has becomed: a monster warped by her love for her friend; Angra may not be warped by twisted love, but he still understands her situation nonetheless.
- Avenger also embodies the very idea that heroes are a worthless idea and was interested in the Hero Killer, Stain regarding this. Except, Stain has a twisted idea of what a hero should be and while he finds Avenger interesting as well he does not want to completely dismiss heroism entirely. In spite of not seeing eye to eye, they remain civil even when debating the importance of heroism.
- Because he got shunned by his fellow villagers and sacrificed later on, he truly sympathized with Gai Tsutsugami (who shunned himself willingly), Shinji Ikari, Haruka Kotoura, Sirius Black (who got convicted of a crime he didn't commit), Ramza Beoulve, Lazlo and Oyashiro. All of them feel ashamed, not because he's patronizing but because his actions outweigh his aforementioned sympathies which Angra surprisingly accepts as a fair criticism. Lelouch & Suzaku, while they too set themselves up to become public enemies number one refuses to find him any more than abhorrent.
- Also found sympathy in both Ren and Naoyas cases. He pities the Phantom Thief for being wrongfully charged as a criminal by society and Naoya for being setup by YHVH to become a figure none shall strive to become. Naoya is more kinder to him since Angra got unfairly sacrificed to banish evil while Ren stays very far away from him, finding him very hard to fully redeem since he's... you know, "All the World's Evil".
- The one fellow scapegoat who actually allied with Angra is the Outsider, who The Abbey of the Everyman condemns for all the corruption and sin that plagues humanity while he just sees them as "that cult dedicated to hating me." While yes, he is behind what is considered witchcraft in his world and people do use it to commit terrible things, he never actually goads them into doing so. In fact, he gets disappointed when people opt to that route. There's also the fact that the Outsider was just some street rat sacrificed by a cult that the Abbey descended from. The higher ups are aware he isn't as evil as they say, but don't say anything and fear of losing their power when he dies since they don't have anyone to blame then. Since then, these two are seen together, intimidating nearby onlookers. What are they planning? Who knows...
- Naturally, he'll hate anyone who would pin the blame onto someone else. One example would be Robert Edwin House because during the power struggle for New Vegas and by extension the Mojave scapegoating was one of his plans, House opted to let President Kimbell and General Lee Oliver live so that when he does pull the rug under the New California Republic they will be blamed for the loss. If they die, then they'll be seen as martyrs instead and be inspired to take action against him, which isn't ideal. Angra wishes the latter happened cause people like House who unjustly blame someone else should get their throat slit while House himself understandably gets scared shitless everytime he sees him.
- As they too represent the evil in everybody's hearts, Vanitas and Ansem, Seeker of Darkness got aquainted with Avenger. He's not really keen on joining their schemes, but still finds no harm in seeing how they go against heroes anyways. As for their boss Xehanort, he loves his villainy but finds his hidden motive of using the Kingdom Hearts to purge the worlds of their evils to be unfitting for him (not to mention offending Angra since he's an embodiment of evil).
- Has affiliated himself with Noob Saibot, who also has dark-like abilities like Angra and they turned evil once they died under circumstances beyond their control. Bi-Han thinks by allying with Angra, he can use him as a way to gain control of a clan that would follow his command and finally plunge the universe into darkness while Angra himself should keep the doomsaying down. At least the wraith is considering him a possible alternative should Noob's alliance with Kronika fall short.
"Here I go! You did this to yourself!
Emilia Justina, The Goddess of Conflicting Acceptance
(Emi Yusa, Emilia the Hero, Holy Knight Emilia, The Battle Maiden and Goddess Knight)
- Lesser Goddess (Greater Goddess when powered up)
- Symbol: Her Sword, Better Half
- Alignment: Lawful Good
- Portfolio: Red Is Heroic The Cape, being half-angel, Born and Raised to Kill Maou, Constantly keeping an eye on Maou, Anger at the loss of her father Or so she thinks
- Domains: Heroism, War
- Allies: A majority of the house of heroes, Funabori
- Enemies: The Demonic Legion and the various evil demons throughout the pantheon, Raynare, stairs, and most of the denizens of hatred with a few demigods such as Eren Yeager and Barney being the only exceptions. YHVH and his angels.
- Conflicting Opinion/Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Maou and few of the good demons in the pantheon.
- Commonality Connection with: Eren Yeager
- Pities: Issei Hyodo
- After hearing of Maou's ascension to the pantheon she quickly found a way to ascended in order to keep an eye on him and make sure he doesn't try anything. As she will cut him down if necessary. Concerning their condition, he can no longer take her seriously. Though he does find her to be a Worthy Opponent. Unfortunately, her approach to dealing with Maou tends make other think that she is in a relationship/ex-girlfriend. As they tend to act Like an Old Married Couple.
- Is... less than pleased that she was transferred to the House of Hatred, despite her extreme dislike of demons. She finds a majority of the inhabitants to be extremely dislikeable and even down right despicable. In short, she would rather not have anything to do with any of them, except for Eren, who she formed a kinship with, and Barney, as she doesn't understand why anyone would hate such a harmless and plushy dinosaur who enjoys giving hugs.
- Even though there are many demons, she can't bring herself to hate all of them. She gets confused when she always was raised to believed that all demons are despicable creatures, but after seeing many demons such as Maou not being evil such as the Occult Research Club, specifically the kind Asia who once worked in a church. It tends to make her not as judgmental.
- Her temple has both a training ground dedicated to perfecting her sword skills and a room filled with computers that accommodate her job as a call center agent. Distracting her from her job with prank calls in inadvisable. At best, she will give you a stern talking-to; at worst, watch out for the Better Half.
- Many evil demons are trying to stop her from reaching her full power as they know she would become a force to be reckoned with as she was the one who drove Maou from Enta Isla and he was at full power.
- She has found a job as member of a Call Center. Unfortunately for her she constantly being victim of prank calls courtesy of the Trollkaigers.
- She has been invited to join Sacred Knights acknowledging her many victories over the demons of her world.
- She isn't to happy about her chest size though she tries to play it off saying that armor is cheaper for her size unfortunately she isn't fooling anyone. She might join the League of Flatchests... maybe.
- She has met the gods who might share the same voice as her unfortunately almost all of them have large chests (Rias, Mio, Stephanie Dola, Houki, Sakaki, Asuka the shinobi) and she excuse Ryobi of cheating which usually end with them fighting because of it. Then she gets to Kei Kugimiya and Funabori in which she breathe a sigh of relief. Though Kei and Funabori believe that they were just insulted because of her reaction.
- She has befriended Eren Yeager thanks to their similar pasts when one of they parent was killed by a demon/titan, they also train in order to take down the demons/titans, and they both have a pretty mean Death Glare.
- Surprisingly enough she has a child with Maou... Not that way, as she is horrified at the thought that someone would think that she had that type of relationship with her archenemy.
- Said child, Alas Ramus, is part of Better Half and is with her at all times. Emi is very protective of her and will go to great lengths to keep her safe.
- Although he's half-demon, she can't help but feel sorry for Issei Hyodo for being murdered by his ex-girlfriend and causing him psychological issues. In turn, she's disgusted by Raynare for being so unbelievable cruel and is uneasy on the fact that they share the same voice. She also wonders how horrible of an angel, even a fallen angel, she was if she can make a demon look like a better lover. She then thinks of Lucifer of her world as well as the angel Sariel and remembers that not everything is all Black and White.
- Of course it gets rather awkward with her and Issei. Mostly because she sounds like his beloved buchou in Japanese and his evil ex Raynare. Also to make things even worse he sounds like the aforementioned angel in English, and even begun sounding like Maou himself. So they tend to avoid each other whenever possible.
- Being half-angel, Emilia has been granted access to the House of Angels. There, she has made friends with some of the righteous angels, such as Michael, Manwë, Pit and Tyrael; all of whom agree with her mission to keep an eye on Satan. She also was pleasantly surprised to know the holy energy in that house replenishes her magic, so she has made visits to to spar with her fellow angels and keep her abilities in top form.
- Completely tired of YHVH's angels trying to remove Better Half/Alas Ramus from her grasp.
- Has been helping out Chiho train in holy magic with Crestia and... Sariel. So far, it's been a success.
Lysandre, God who was Maddened to Misanthropy
- Symbol: The Team Flare logo
- Theme Music: Battle! (Lysandre) Alternatively his Ultra Leader Encounter
- Alignment: Lawful Evil
- Portfolio: Knight Templar, Civility towards the enemy, Red hair with all that that implies, A Nazi by Any Other Name, Misanthrophy behind philanthropy, Ax-Crazy, Being the deadliest and most devastating main-series Pokémon villain, Visionary Villain, Omnicidal Maniac, The reason he was maddened to misanthropy
- Domains: Disgust, Embitterment, Ideals, Mass extinction
- Heralds: Team Flare
- Party Pokémon: Mienshao, Honchkrow, Pyroar, (Mega) Gyarados
- Allies: YHVH, Metatron, The White, Clu, Purple Eyes, Master Xehanort, Jadis, Keel Lorenz, Shinnok, Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse, Johann Schmidt/Red Skull, Odio, Serpent
- Enemies: Calem and Serena, AZ, Tron, Ash Ketchum, Team Rocket (both Giovanni and the TRio), Zygarde, Hareta, the other Serena, Yuna, Aqua, Leia Organa, B.J. Blazkowicz
- Opposed by: Xerneas, Yveltal, Viridi, Ika Musume, Yomi, Flynn, Cyrus, Pokémon Hunter J
- Admired by: Dr. Nefarious, John Doe
- Interested in: Majin Buu, the House of Technology
- Headbutting Villains with: Ghetsis Harmonia
- Lysandre either died after the failure of the Ultimate Weapon or was granted eternal life while trapped in the ruins of his base. Regardless, the pure unrestrained hatred and cynicism of his consciousness allowed Lysandre to appear in the Pantheon.
- Lysandre has gone too far over the deep end, and cannot be reasoned with, as much as other gods in the Pantheon have tried. Only certain mortals may be his followers, as long as they dislike humanity as much as he does. There are no signs of him attempting to cause mass extinction again, but he has been spending an uncomfortable amount of time around the House of Technology.
- He's also been giving Majin Buu some odd looks, muttering about his Human Extinction Attack.
- YHVH and Metatron practically fell in love with the guy once he ascended. Likewise, Lysandre was drawn to their mentalities and has offered to assist them.
- This includes helping them during the Great Upheaval.
- Viridi and Ika Musume had no problems with Lysandre's point of view that people were tarnishing the world's beauty, and thought his plan to wipe out most of humanity was a good idea. But then they found out that this would also include the extinction of Pokémon (essentially animals), and neither of them would stand for it.
- Despite being a fellow Pokémon villain, Lysandre finds Ghetsis utterly disgusting, citing him as not being the kind of person Lysandre would want in his perfect world.
- On the flipside, Ghetsis thinks Lysandre is even crazier than him for trying to exterminate all Pokémon.
- They have agreed on one thing though: they both loathe Ash Ketchum for interfering with their plans. This agreement is due to Ash just coming into conflict with Team Flare over the third most important legendary Pokémon of the Kalos region, Zygarde. However, later on, Lysandre was intrigued by the mysterious "Bond Phenomenon" between Ash and Greninja and sought to gain control of both using Mega Evolution energy. It didn't end well for Lysandre, in fact, it ended with Lysandre taking a fully powered Core Enforcer from Complete Zygarde.
- Lysandre is under heavy watch when he enters the House of Technology since no one wants him to find the pantheon's ultimate weapon, the Yamato Perpetual Reactor and use it to destroy the entire pantheon.
- For this reason, The White consider him an ally and are keeping a close eye on him, while Flynn considers him an enemy, while also keeping a close eye on him, mainly to prevent him from using the Reactor.
- Considers Clu an inspiration, based on their similar goals, and (directly or not) forcing an innocent being (Emma and Tron, respectively) into helping him with his dirty work.
- Tragically, Lysandre succeeded in destroying his world in one timeline where Calem and Serena never existed, or at least never rose up to become the champions as they did in their canon timelines. In response, Master Xehanort admitted that he's impressed and offered an alliance. Jadis sent her admiration to him, since she succeeded in destroying her world, too. Dr. Nefarious is now looking into using the Ultra Beasts to creating his world where robots are the sole life force, and where heroes always lose.
- In contrast, Yuna now has to spend a long time sending the billions of murdered souls to the Farplane. She called Lysandre out the genocide, comparing him to Yu Yevon. Leia also called him scum for his action, citing what happened to Alderaan and the Hosnian system. And Aqua has pointed out that, like Lady Tremaine beforehand, it would be almost impossible for Lysandre to live down the actions of his alternate self.