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    The Acolyte and the Radiant Goddess 
The Acolyte and The Radiant Goddess, Patron Couple of Mortal And Deity Romance (The Acolyte: Phoenix, Priestess; The Radiant Goddess: Her Radiance, False Goddess, All-Goddess)

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The Acolyte
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The Goddess
The Acolyte and Goddess in their current state

  • Borderline-Lesser Goddess (Acolyte note ) and Overdeity (Radiant Goddess note )
  • Symbol: A crystalline shard and a white flower
  • Alignment: Lawful Good for the Radiant Goddess, Neutral Good with shades of Chaotic Good for the Acolyte
  • Portfolio: Romantic Relationship Between A Goddess And Their Worshipper, Solely Referred To By Titles, Physical Religion, Lovers That Both Took The Role Of Dedicated And Supportive Worshippers As Mortals
  • Domains: Romance, Love, Divinity, Acceptance, Religion
  • Followers: Alex and Luna, Jim and the Angel
  • Heralds: The Titans, The Elders and other Acolytes of the Goddess
  • Allies: Kraft and Holo, Belldandy, Kosmo and Nova, Pit, Palutena, Steven Universe, Ghaleon, The Master (ActRaiser), Jean Grey, The God-Emperor of Mankind, Yugi Muto, Judai Yuki, Yuma Tsukumo, Astral, Aang, Korra
  • On friendly terms with: Yubel, Zeno, The Helltaker Cast
  • Complicated Opinions toward: Aphrodite
  • Enmity & Pity towards: Eos
  • Oppose: YHVH
  • Enemies: Queen Beryl, Claude Frollo, Jervis Tetch, The Radiance, Slaanesh, Hades, The Chaos Kin, Zamasu
  • A religion of nameless acolytes worshiping their savior of a goddess simply known as Her Radiance, or the Radiant Goddess, beloved for her dedication of protecting humanity from the wrath of the Old God and promising them an era of peace. But one particular Acolyte's attachment toward the Goddess ended up growing beyond the typical definition of "beloved". Her dedication and peppy attitude in serving the Goddess, to the point of offering her animal-shaped pancakes (to her Elders' initial concern and anger), but once the Goddess accepted her food offering, the hapless Acolyte eventually found herself summoning the Radiant Goddess herself from an accidental ringing of a bell, and from there, a romance between the two would sprout, only to be interrupted by the arrival of a cursed denizen of one of the Distant Stars, marking the Old God's return for revenge. And from there, things grew bleaker and bleaker when not only did the Old God initially prove victorious, showing the Radiant Goddess as a originally a mortal, but making the Acolyte a high priestess of the Old God to force the latter into loving her. Despite the brainwashing, the Acolyte managed to persist and eventually save the former Radiant Goddess, despite the Old God's absolute power, due to the Acolyte unknowingly gaining immortality from a small shard of the Old God that gave Her Radiance divinity as well. After taking on the Old God together, and stopping her reign of destruction, the two chose to forgive the abusive but lonely Old God, who was too a lover of the Radiant Goddess back when she was a mortal. The Old God and the Radiant Goddess fusing to become the All-Goddess, and the Acolyte becoming her now immortal high priestess, they could continue their romance in full as the religion persisted in celebration.
  • Due to their wonderful love as a worshiper and her goddess, the Acolyte and Her Radiance were recognized by the Pantheon as worthy candidates for a place in the House of Love and Affection, due to the type of romance they were involved in. Sure, they were both immortal before and after ascension, but more importantly, their love toward each other began when the Acolyte was a mere mortal worshiper, and the Goddess herself unknowingly returning the favor, while she didn't want to admit it at first. It also helped even more that the Radiant Goddess herself was a mortal worshiper who developed a romance with the Old God, as tragically as theirs ended up, with the Old God growing jealousy of how the humans she created began to favor her human lover who she made a god through a shard of her own, over the true creator of the universe herself. Recognizing the genuine and powerful love between goddess and worshiper, the Radiant Goddess and her Acolyte were given a place for their other religious acolytes to stay (not minding the irony of The Acolyte becoming an actual goddess through ascension), continuing about their usual business, for the most part keeping to themselves.
  • A true, physical and independent religion in all its glory, and a benevolent one even, attracted many curious visitors from the House of Religion and Faith to witness how their religious practices and traditions worked. It was surprisingly rather simple, full of the usual prayers and menial tasks dedicated to Her Radiance, on top of the occasional offerings. The Acolyte herself ended up beginning a little trend of giving actual food offerings in the form of her cooking. She's excited to see other religious acolytes try doing the same, but with that said, she obviously isn't fond of those giving actual animal sacrifices, let alone human sacrifices, given the graceful and loving goddess that Her Radiance is.
  • Other deities have trying getting an actual name from the Acolyte, the Goddess, or any of the Heralds they brought along, but it turns out that none of them go by names at all. It turns out that one of the special traditions of the religion for the Radiant Goddess is that they forgo their original names completely, the Acolyte herself being no exception, and having already forgotten it a long time ago. Baffled by how used they all were to all being called by titles alone, investigative deities tried moving onto the Goddess herself about her true name, with permission of course. Then they found out that she too went only by a title for referral as "Temple Girl" while she was a regular mortal. It seemed that the tradition really did stick that long.
  • Surprisingly, while it's not necessarily her source of immortality, The Acolyte holds within her the inherited spirit of another lovely lady known as the Phoenix, who was the latest in a line of demigods blessed by the Goddess long ago, and had passed down the title to the Acolyte through a kiss before she eventually succumbed to the Old God's curse. Through the Phoenix's spirit, the Acolyte has an additional Spirit Advisor to help guide her to being an ideal high priestess to Her Radiance. For the sake of understanding how the ways of this spiritual inheritance worked, she got into friendly meetings with those with similar inheritances, including Aang and Korra, both having inherited all the spirits of the Avatars before them, as well as Yugi, Judai, and Yuma, who have all their own sorts of spiritually connected allies. Of all of them, both the Acolyte and her Radiant Goddess started being involved with the development of Yubel, who has Judai Yuki as their target of interest. They decided to help her understand how to "protect" Judai better, which has included being controlling and clingy of Judai unnecessarily.
    • Jean Grey, who seems to have the most similarities to the Acolyte's situation, being connected to the Phoenix Force, worries the Acolyte the most, though it hasn't stopped the Acolyte from making a friend out of her. She understands the powers it has given to Jean Grey, and more importantly its potency as a cosmic entity and the many hosts it has, with all the potential for disaster with it. Both the Acolyte and the Goddess take care to be ready for, if not prevent the rising of the Dark Phoenix when it comes to Jean Grey.
  • The Old God, the original creator of their universe and its mortals, created life due to her loneliness, which her vast and limitless power could not fix on their own. Creating humans to give her attention, one spectacular mortal, a dedicated temple girl, began to grow on the Old God, and she would grant that mortal a special shard to turn her into a goddess in order to establish a more permanent relationship. But yet, that romance would grow sour as the Old God grew envious of humanity's shifting in worship toward the Radiant Goddess for being a better goddess towards them. Ending the relationship violently, her attempt to take it all back would be stopped by not only Her Radiance's might, but by the Acolyte's understanding towards the otherwise invincible Old God, leading to the Radiant Goddess giving forgiveness to the Old God, and in turn, fusing with her to become a complete universe creator goddess. Such resolution gave them much respect for Steven Universe, himself the product of his human father and his Crystal Gem lover, Rose Quartz, also one of the Diamonds. From Steven's advice, the Goddess established relations with not only the Crystal Gems but with the Diamond Authority themselves to help with growing towards an era of peace.
  • The Radiant Goddess may have chosen to forgive the horrible manipulations and abuse that the Old God put her and her Acolyte through, due to her relatable situation of loneliness, but that doesn't mean they'll tolerate such abuses anywhere else. Whenever the Goddess steps in to deal with other deities, it's usually to deal with troublesome deities who represent more twisted and abusive forms of love that threaten her people or her little Acolyte. Among the worst of them is Queen Beryl, who is infamous herself for trying to force love from her target Mamoru towards no one but herself, to terrible lengths. They haven't let those who have tried to manipulate minds like Jervis Tetch to force other interests to become lovers, either. If there's any duty that they've dedicated to contributing toward the ever-growing Pantheon, it's putting down such twisted and corrupt forms of love and their supporters in their place.
  • While the Radiant Goddess would rather have kept to themselves, not letting themselves or their religion get in anyone else's business, she eventually complied to have her Priestess venture out in the Pantheon to establish friendships with other benevolent deities. Of the many friendly acquaintances she managed to make, both the Priestess and Goddess found themselves on closer terms with Palutena and Pit, who also handle protecting their humans from outside threats, or other gods, like the Hades from their world, or Viridi, the latter of whom is on peaceful terms with the Acolyte and Goddess couple since their human followers don't cause as much trouble to nature. Both Palutena and Pit warned the two about the Chaos Kin as well, due to its ability to take over even gods and control them, on top of stealing souls. While the Acolyte has managed to break out of a Brainwashing from the Old God, an Eldritch Abomination universe creator, they both know better than to take any chances.
    • While not necessarily a goddess representing only light, having gained the full power of the creator deity that the Old God was, the All-Goddess was seen as an unworthy holder of the title of "Her Radiance" by none other than The Radiance, a more tyrannical goddess of light who ruled bugkind until her subjects learned to gain individuality and rise against her. In response, she created a deadly plague to torment her former underlings, dooming them to become mindless husks of themselves, not too different from the curses that the Old God would unleash upon the now-physically-deceased Phoenix from the Radiant Goddess' world. Envying Her Radiance for her more grateful and welcoming worshipers in contrast to the bugs that rebelled against her, The Radiance has attempted to sow chaos and discord into the Acolyte and Goddess' religion, but the Acolyte has managed to help with stopping such conflict among her lesser acolytes, the Goddess herself ensuring that The Radiance herself doesn't intervene without dire consequences.
  • One of the couple's most supportive allies was Ghaleon, who once in his past, would have thought of their relationship as nothing but blasphemy back when he was the Magic Emperor, attempting to bring back his goddess, Althena, back to being the world under her control. However, the goddess, who reincarnated as the mortal Luna, and her new lover, Alex, proved the power of bonds and humanity to be able to overcome whatever Ghaleon could throw at them, and since his death and resurrection, has since changed ways to realize the true potential of those bonds. Having nothing but respect for the Goddess' benevolent rule of her people on top of her relationship with her high priestess, he helped introduce the two to other like-minded beings. There was Belldandy, a goddess who established a relationship with a mortal lover, Keiichi, due to how pure of a mortal he was, and both Kraft Lawrence & Holo, the latter being a wolf goddess. They've all kept in touch to give each other advice, and sometimes aid each other when another is in urgent need or distress, which has included Her Radiance providing shelter for their more helpless companions. Both the Radiant Goddess and the Acolyte also found the relationship of Kosmo and Nova adorable, with the former making a very rare snark about how her Titans could find some love themselves. The Titans had no comment, but they suspect that the Goddess wants to get back at them for embarassing her in regards to her developing feelings toward the Acolyte long ago.
  • Due to representing a much darker variation of their trope, on top of her unceasing lust, Eos is not allowed near the likes of them, with how the Goddess and Acolyte advocating for more genuine and consensual relationships. While they do have little reason to like her, they do understand and feel really bad for the fact that her actions are not exactly her fault. Given that Eos' irrational lust is an actual curse brought upon her by Aphrodite due to Eos trying to consort with Ares, they do recognize that Aphrodite is much to blame for their issues with Eos. Aphrodite may be a reputable goddess of love and romance, but neither can really say they're fond of her rather selfish character. Same goes with a good chunk of the Greek divinity, who they've decided to avoid conflict with as much as possible.
  • While welcomed by more benevolent religious figures, both the Acolyte and Radiant Goddess take heed to stay away from more selfish or discriminatory deities involved with religion. Frollo's immense disapproval of the Acolyte's romance with her Goddess was blatantly obvious, with Frollo trying to denounce them for being far too heretical in his eyes, though the Acolyte has ignored his verbal attacks. A major religion deity they more actively oppose is YHVH due to all of his attempts to forcefully instill his values of Law upon all of humanity, which the Goddess has shown much disapproval of, criticizing his incredibly selfish and intolerant attitude. The Acolyte even joked that YHVH's tyrannical ambitions could all be solved by some big hugs from a few of his supporters, noting that it hasn't been tried yet. YHVH in turn has much disdain for the Radiant Goddess, being a mortal who ended up rebelling against the very deity who gave her godhood, that said, YHVH knows better than to mess with the Radiant Goddess and her religion. As much as YHVH may dislike the goddess, the religion and community she has set up along with her precious Acolyte, as aloof as she may be, is still harmonic and respectful of their superiors and order in general, as YHVH would want his people to be. To harass let alone attack another orderly and benevolently lawful religion would be hypocritical to the agenda of The Great Will, so he'll let them be since they haven't tread upon his creations.
  • Zamasu has a very blatant hatred of mortals and deities who dare to advocate for them, but there hasn't been any deity outside of his usual arch-enemies that he holds special hatred for, until the Acolyte and Radiant Goddess ascended. The Goddess herself being a mortal who became a god, which Zamasu sees as an utter offense to divinity in general, and her very relationship with another mortal is nothing but utter depravity to him as well, as warped as his definition of "depravity" is. The very thought of them even just existing disgusts Zamasu so much that he's beginning to act in a similar manner to a VUX alien looking at humans, deeming both the Acolyte and Goddess alike along with everything they and their relationship represent as so repulsive that thinking about them for too long would make him gag or regurgitate. It was little surprise that Zamasu had attempted to eradicate the both of them in the past, but their continued existence here proves how well that went. As the All-Goddess, she harbors all of the power of the Old God that created their very universe, and against someone like Zamasu, she has no reason to hold any of it back. And with the addition of all of the support of her believers, the Acolyte included, the Radiant Goddess eventually defeated and sent Zamasu retreating. His subsequent assaults would be less and less successful (due to Her Radiance eventually just predicting the Mad Kai's arrival) to the point where she uses her powers to send him into a deep sleep and whisk him off to somewhere really far away the moment he shows up. Eventually Zamasu's allies convinced him to stop humiliating himself, but the Radiant Goddess has sent the Acolyte to get the Zenos on their side just in case, which managed to go rather well since a yummy breakfast was enough to appease them.
  • As a goddess whose responsibility is to protect and harbor her supporters and humanity in general, the Radiant Goddess is well respected by those who also take a role in protecting humans from invading or corrupting threats. The Master of ActRaiser was happy to see another benevolent protector of humanity, though unsure of what to think of her relationship with her high priestess, approves of her for taking her duties as a goddess well. The God-Emperor of Mankind, while initially worried that the romance between the Acolyte and the Goddess would be an obstacle to humanity's protection, learning that the Radiant Goddess chose her own people against her furious and destructive former love, the Old God, had the God-Emperor relieved. While they don't get into each other's duties, it's easy to tell that both the Acolyte and Goddess feel bad for what the God-Emperor has to go through. Her Radiance was also warned about a much more perverse and depraved deity of lust known as Slaanesh, more representative of the types of romances, indulgences, and passions she and the Acolyte would stay far away from, ready to deal with the Chaos God should the day arise.
  • One of the main catalyzing factors that sparked the relationship between the Acolyte and the Radiant Goddess was... pancakes. The Acolyte really wanted to give the Goddess something more than the usual offering in comparison to what her colleagues would give, and she decided to give the Goddess and offering of cute bear-shaped pancakes for a breakfast offering, which the Goddess actually accepted, to the others' surprise. As odd as the idea was, it was out of extensive dedication (and creativity) toward her Goddess, much as the Goddess was herself as a mortal giving worship to the Old God. On top of giving breakfast to friendly deities staying by, she also managed to run into the Helltaker and his "harem" of demon girls (and an angel), with some getting along with the Helltaker because he also makes pretty good pancakes, though not actually the same type of pancakes (not vegan for one). While the Helltaker's pancakes aren't compatible with the type of breakfast the Acolyte serves to the Goddess, they exchange other breakfast recipes. The Radiant Goddess herself tolerates them as well, despite the fact that nearly all the Helltaker's companions are demons, but warned them that any mayhem directed at her or her Acolyte will be not be taken lightly.

Intermediate Gods

    Luz Noceda and Amity Blight 
"Hola Mama! Your probably wondering where Amity and I went off... I promise I didn't get lost in another alternate world... well kinda... anyways the place we ended up is this weird hub world called the "Trope Pantheons", whatever that means. I promise I'm gonna make a portal so you, Eda, King, and everyone else can come join us!"
Luz Noceda and Amity Blight, The Divine Adolescent LGBTQ Couple (Both: Lumity, Luzity, Grom Queens | Luz: Luz the Human, Human, Luzura, Mama That Is Ready For Trauma, Batata, The Good Witch Luz, Child of the Human Realm, Student of the Demon Realm, Warrior of Peace, Titan Luz, Luzan | Amity: Mittens, Blight, The Youngest Blight, Gay Tomato, Boots, Bossy Boots, Sweet Potato, Hermosa, The Mighty Mittens)
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  • Intermediate Goddesses. Luz is a Greater Goddess with her Palisman Stringbean, and an Overdeity in her Titan Form. Before she learned Glyph Magic she was a Demigoddess.
  • Symbol: Their Grom Tree behind a copy of The Good Witch Azura, Alternatively, A Light Glyph and some Abomination Goo with their respective Palismen, Stringbean and Ghost
  • Theme Song: The Owl House Intro Theme, and The Owl House Outro Theme jointly, Ordinary and Little Miss Perfect for Luz and Amity respectively as individuals
  • Alignment: Luz is Chaotic Good, with Neutral Good tendencies, and Amity is Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Same-Sex Teenage Romance, Powerful super fans of a fictional novel, Butch Bisexual and Femme Lesbian Relationship, Contrasting personalities that compliment each other's weaknesses, Love Between a Human and a Witch, Cutesy Witch girls who fight evil together, Ultimately equally kind, Possessing Star and Moon motifs, Emotional supports to each other, Quirky and lovable nerds
  • Domains: Queerness, Love, Adolescence, Witchcraft, Other Dimensions, Growth
  • Heralds: The Rest of the Hexsquadnote , Camila Noceda, Edric, Emira, and Alador Blight
  • Followers: Yuu Koito and Touko Nanami, Morgan Kwon and Keltie, Liam Schwartz and Milo Dunstan
  • Allies: Each Other, The Collector, Anne Boonchuy, Sasha Waybright, and Marcy Wu, The Plantar Family, The Pines Family, Chariot du Nord, Tulip Olsen, Lake, Adora and Catra, Fate and Nanoha, Julio and Gaveedra, Konoka and Setsuna, Meruem and Komugi, The Acolyte and The Radiant Goddess, Wanda Maximoff/The Scarlet Witch, Zatanna Zatara, Father Balder, The Phantom Thieves of Hearts, The Sailor Guardians, Nero, Sparda, Android 21, Kratos, Asura, Zeno (Present and Future), The Titans (Warcraft), Ashley and Red, The Hogwarts Trio, Tangle and Whisper, Kirby
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Illidan Stormrage, Maiev Shadowsong
  • Arch-Enemy: PHILIP WITTEBANE/EMPEROR BELOS
  • Enemies: Genocidal Bigots and Tyrants in general but especially Johan Schmidt/The Red Skull, Reverend William Stryker, Judge Claude Frollo, Chuck Shurley, Bill Cipher, Allant XII, Zamasu, Zanza, Simon Laurent, Denzel Crocker, Toffee of Septarsis, Mina Loveberry, YHVH, Lord Farquaad, Judge Doom, B.B. Hood, Hody Jones, Adria, Medusa Gorgon, Sargeras, Maleficent, Lord Voldemort, Lord Tirek, Meridia, Big Jack Horner, Fecto Forgo
  • Opposes: Star Butterfly, The Magic High Commission (As a whole, Rhombulus and Omnitraxus Prime are Enemies), The Doomslayer, Mithra (Shinza Bansho series) (Both), Naofumi Iwatani, Subaru Natsuki (Luz only)
  • Avoids: The Interspecies Reviewers
  • Confused by: Raphtalia (Amity only)
  • Wary of: Morpho Knight (Luz only)
  • Complicated Relationship with: Mickey Mouse
  • Luz Noceda was once an ordinary Human living in the Human Realm. Until one day, she followed a wayward Owl in the hopes of reclaiming her most prized possession: Her copy of her favorite book series, The Good Witch Azura. She followed the Owl into the Boiling Isles within the Demon Realm and was taken under the wing of her mentor and adoptive mother Eda Clawthorne. However Luz dreamed of entering the local Magic School where she met one Amity Blight. While their relationship was initially icy, they soon started bonding over their shared love of the Azura novels among many other similarities between the two. As the two matured for the better thanks to each other's influence, they ended up falling in love with one another, with both girls undergoing massive changes in their outlook on their lives as a result of their love for each other, with Amity breaking free of her mother and becoming as sweet and nice as Luz, and Luz learning to exercise greater restraint in her behavior to help make Amity happy. Luz would go on to save the Boiling Isles while managing to balance her life in the Demon Realm with her life in the Human Realm. She would never have gotten half as far as she did if her girlfriend Amity wasn't by her side the whole way, and Amity wouldn't have been able to help Luz get so far if she hadn't had Luz help her reconnect with her family and real friends.
  • One peaceful day in the Pantheon, A door between Dimensions opened unexpectedly into the domain of Mina Loveberry. Luz and Amity promptly came tumbling out of it, and bowled over Mina as they all struggled to get their bearings. The two Witches were quickly assaulted by the zealous Mewman, but they were more than ready to defend themselves and beat her back together in Magical Combat. As they began to flee Mina's temple after fighting her off, the two were abruptly warped out by the Court of the Gods. Upon having their situation explained to them, Luz naturally squealed with excitement and immediately suggested that she and her partner represent Queer Youth across media. The Court couldn't help but chuckle at her enthusiasm and decided to humor her, promptly ascending the two as the co-goddesses of LGBT Youth, much to Luz's delight. While Amity was somewhat hesitant out of concern for her girlfriend's safety, she soon relented upon seeing how thrilled Luz was at the possibility of getting to stay.
  • When they first ascended, Luz and Amity began looking to see if anyone else from the Boiling Isles was in the Pantheon with them, and they were disappointed at the answer, at least until the Collector ascended. However, even as they were lamenting the lack of familiar faces, they soon found themselves making brand new friends. Anne, Sasha, and Marcy were over the moon to see Luz and Amity in the Pantheon, especially Anne. Luz was just as excited to see Anne, because the two have the most in common with each other, being the Fish out of Water Messianic Archetype to the world they got transported to, in addition to being teenage girls of color. It's even rumored that the two have met before, though neither Luz nor Anne have confirmed this to be true. Similarly, Amity got along especially well with Sasha and Marcy because of how they both made mistakes in the past with their friends but eventually made amends, as well as being fiercely protective of the girls close to them. Sasha likes Amity for the lengths she went to repair her past friendship with Willow, and Marcy is happy to have someone almost as geeky as her who relates to missteps in friendship. Luz and Amity also aren't exactly subtle about how they ship Sasha, Anne, and Marcy as a throuple.
    • Naturally Luz and Amity were just as happy to see the Plantars in the Pantheon, both due to the Plantars being allies of the Calamity Girls, and due to their similarities to the Clawthornes. Sprig immediately took a liking to Luz, as he saw her as another Anne, and was excited about the posibility of learning Glyph Magic from her, even if he isn't very good at it. Amity took to being something of a Babysitter for Poly, doing her best to keep the tadpole from picking on things outside her league. The two also enjoy the occasional conversation about technology, Polly begging for details about the machines Amity's father crafted. Hop Pop was happy to accept both of their efforts, and decided to try rewarding them with his cooking. With the kids appreciating how the Witches helped to quietly dispose of Hop Pop's meal without him noticing.
    • It's rumored that Eda is actually Stanley Pines's Ex Wife Marilyn. Luz has admitted that she can see Eda as the type of person to marry Stan just to steal his car and all of his earnings in Vegas, a place that Luz also confirmed Eda had once visited. If true, it would technically make Luz, Dipper and Mabel's Aunt by adoption, something that has definitely weirded them out. That said, Stan has yet to confirm if this is the case. Despite the awkward possibilities present, Luz and Amity still developed a strong kinship with the Pines because of how similar the Mystery Shack and its inhabitants are to The Owl House and its occupants, with them visiting whenever they start to miss their friends and family too much. Dipper and Mabel are both especially happy to hear Luz and Amity's recollections of their adventures.
  • It's impossible to overstate how important The Good Witch Azura is to Luz and Amity. Not only is it the book series that got the two to first bond, it's also Luz's last gift from her late father Manny, and was Amity's primary way of escaping her cruel mother Odalia. As such they immediately took a shining to deities that they saw as being like Azura. Upon first meeting Ursula Callistis aka Chariot du Nord they assumed that they had met the closest to Azura in real life that they could get, even with Ursula's flaws. For her part, Ursula quite likes the two as she sees them as being just like her pupils Akko and Diana. Likewise the two Witches quickly befriended other All-Loving Hero style magical heroines such as The Sailor Guardians thanks to their shared characteristics with their Idol. The Guardians like Amity in particular thanks to her friendliness with their cats, and how good she is with Chibi Usa, even wondering if she would join their ranks. She does already have the pose down...
  • The excitement within Luz and Amity when they first ascended quickly disappeared once they learned that at the same time they ascended, their arch nemesis Philip Wittebane aka Emperor Belos also ascended. The two girls' blind fury at seeing The Witch Hunter in the Pantheon is impossible to exaggerate. Philip is single handedly responsible for virtually all of their suffering throughout the series, from causing numerous calamities across the Boiling Isles to allow him to take over and institute the Coven System that led to the Clawthornes getting exiled from society, as well as said society creating people like Odalia Blight, to forcing Luz to destroy the first Portal Door so she could save Eda, King, and Eda's sister Lilith from being petrified, to tricking Luz into aiding in his true goal: the total genocide of all Witches and Demons in the Demon Realm all because Philip is a Witch hating Fundamentalist Christian. In one of his last acts, he even managed to murder Luz herself after she threw herself in front of The Collector to save them from a Titan Powered Belos, with Luz only surviving because she was brought back to life by the Titan. Upon Philip being granted a temple, the two immediately assaulted him, with Luz even tapping into her Titan powers once again before Chuck Shurley teleported them out. Belos was as happy to see Luz and Amity as they were to see him and he has vowed that he will repay his crushing defeat in the Isles with interest in the Pantheon.
    • The two girls quickly discovered that there were many deities like Belos in motivation, mentality, and depravity within the Pantheon. They had special hatred for Johan Schmidt/The Red Skull due to his manipulation skills and ardent Nazism reminding them of Belos entirely too much, a hatred that only increased when Red Skull happily allied himself with the monstrous Witch Hunter. They also despised Reverend William Stryker thanks to his naked bigotry against Mutants for no reason other than his fundamentalism mirroring Philip's hatred of Witches because of his Puritanical ideology. Judge Claude Frollo loathes the two girls both for being Witches as well as a gay couple. The Witches were appalled when they learned how Frollo was almost as bad as Belos, and were more than happy to thrash him around, Frollo cursing their existence ever since.
    • The Witches also despise the monstrous sorts of deities that Philip would see as figures in his hyper zealous interpretation of Christianity especially Belos's newfound target of worship Chuck Shurley. Chuck's behavior towards Humanity mirroring the actions of The Collector's siblings The Archivists only made that vitriol increase. Zamasu practically gagged upon discovering that Luz was the Messianic Archetype to the Demon Realm, with his hatred of them growing further when he found out that Luz had experimented with Time Travel and been bestowed the powers of a God in her Titan Form, and Amity had resisted the will of the Godlike Collector before the latter's change of heart. The Mad Kai vowed to plunge them and the Demon Realm into oblivion, and has been working with Belos to achieve this.
  • Unsurprisingly the two girls have been drawn to other queer couples such as Adora and Catra. Luz and Amity were drawn to Adora and Catra due to having a great deal of similarities to their own romance thanks to Adora helping to bring Catra back to the light, especially given how Catra was instrumental in the defeat of Horde Prime. for their part, Adora and Catra quite enjoy the company of the Witches and can be frequently seen going on double dates with them, bonding over their shared traumas, such as Luz and Amity, along with the rest of their friend circle getting trapped in the Human Realm. Another couple that Luz and Amity are especially fond of is Nanoha Takamachi and Fate Testarossa, and it's for similar reasons, in addition to the two Witches admiring Nanoha and Fate's parenting of their daughter Vivio. Some deities rumor that another reason Luz and Amity like Nanoha and Fate is because they are looking for advice on how to have a child of their own, who is assumed to be named Azura, though neither Witch has made any comment on this.
    • Julio and Gaveedra are another romance that Lumity likes to support. The couple bonded with Julio and Gaveedra because of how they finally realized their love for each other after a very long time spent as a duo, not unlike how Luz realized she was in love with Amity after initially being oblivious to the other girl's affections for her, in addition to liking a fellow queer Battle Couple. Julio and Gaveedra quite like Luz and Amity, and appreciate how their fellow queer couple also had to combat people with psychic abilities. Amity especially empathizes with Shatterstar as she was once briefly forced to fight Luz while under the influence of The Collector, and broke through by nature of her own insurmountable love for Luz.
    • They also quickly befriended Setsuna and Konoka thanks to both girls also being as protective of each other as Setsuna is to her lady. Setsuna was frequently ostracized by the people around her because of her white wings, something that Luz is all too familiar with, herself having been ostracized by other Humans for her eccentricities. Another reason that Luz and Amity like Setsuna and Konoka is because both couples are love across species. Amity is not the same species as Luz due to being a pure blooded Witch with natural Magic. This element of their love also drew the approval of the Acolyte and the Radiant Goddess, who relate quite well to love blossoming between a magicless Human, and a magical being.
    • Another pair that the couple has befriended are Meruem and Komugi, due to the duo also being an example of Interspecies Romance where the Non-Human partner was redeemed. Even if Luz and Amity are uncomfortable with Meruem's history of eating Humans, they feel his Heroic Sacrifice does make up for it. Unfortunately for Luz and Amity, the Interspecies aspect attracted the attention of the Interspecies Reviews who came looking for a review much to the couples discomfort, especially when they singled out Amity for a review, despite her being a Lesbian, not to mention how neither woman is interested in any affairs. The couple now avoids the Reviewers on principle.
  • Wanda Maximoff was quite happy to have some more heroic fellow Witches in the Pantheon, especially ones as competent and strong as the couple, with Wanda being quite curious about their Magic, especially Luz's Titan Glyph Magic due to using similar magical Glyphs herself, in addition to Titan Glyphs being capable of canceling the reality bending powers of The Collector, someone who can casually move moons, and create an entire pocket universe on their own. The Witches were happy to show her Glyphs even if they wouldn't work, but were shocked to discover that Glyphs, and even Luz's Titan Form, do work within the Pantheon, despite Belos taking the last source of Titan Magic outside of King with him to the grave. The two have started cooperating with the Sorceress Supreme Zatanna Zatara in order to discover what allows this to happen, as Zatanna has expertise in a wide array of non traditional Magics. They're also working with Zatanna in the hopes of making a new Portal to the Demon Realm to allow their friends and loved ones to ascend as well.
    • Due to their similarities to their friends Hunter, Willow, and Gus, the Witches have been drawn to the Hogwarts trio, and look forwards to introducing them to the Hexsquad when they ascend. When the young Witch Ashley ascended, both of them were happy to share their experiences with her, with Luz gradually learning Glyph Magic despite lacking innate Magic, and Amity having to learn to open up to other people, with the both of them willing to help Ashley grow as a Witch and as a person. Ashley is quite curious about the Demon Realm, and is eager to learn more from the two.
    • Due to the Boiling Isles's status as the corpse of a benevolent God known as the Titan, who isn't as dead as he first seems, the Witches naturally adore the Titan Pantheon. Azeroth in particular is well liked due to her similarities to both the Boiling Isles, and their reformed friend The Collector, due to being a childlike and innocent living planet. Naturally, this has caused them to loathe Sargeras, whose actions were hauntingly similar to Belos' in particular his murder of the other Titans when they refused to join him mirroring Philip murdering his brother Caleb for falling in love with Evelyn Clawthorne.
  • The Couple gained fame not just for their love, their growth, and their opposition to Belos, but also for their opposition to the Emperor's Coven in genral. They developed a strong dislike of The Grand Magic Council due to the Council's similarities to the Emperor's Coven and the Witches have no issue voicing what they think of them. However, the deity that they get along with the worst that isn't an outright enemy is actually Star Butterfly. Luz and Amity were appalled to discover that Star destroyed all Magic in her world in a manner reminiscent of how Philip attempted to slaughter the Witches and Demons of the Boiling Isles with a Draining Spell on the Day of Unity, made worse once they learned that a lot of people died as a result of Star's actions, especially given how Amity, and all other Witches, would be killed if Star ever did something like this again. While they recognize that Star was in a bad situation the two Witches, believe firmly that Star should have found a better way. In their eyes Star is at best a reckless idiot with far too much power at her disposal.
    • The higher ups in the Emperor's Coven worked with Belos despite knowing that the Day of Unity would kill many innocent people due to their delusional belief that they would benefit in some way. Thus when Luz and Amity learned of the likes of Big Jack Horner, who seek to hoard all of the world's Magic to himself just so he could be as cruel to those he disliked as he wanted, the two instantly denounced him and practically dared him to try it again so they could teach him a lesson.
    • Upon hearing of their dislike of both the Grand Magic Council and Star herself, Toffee attempted to extend a cordial hand to the two. They wanted nothing to do with him due to his desire to destroy Magic putting Amity in mortal danger, and voiced how his ideology is warped by hate and isn't in any way excused by Mewni's own racism against monsters. The fact that Toffee was essentially leading an evil version of the Covens Against the Throne does not help matters.
    • Lord Farquaad has a very mutual disdain for the Witches. Unsurprisingly, he was incensed that yet another pair of fairy tale beings in the Witches had ascended, thereby "tainting" the perfect order of his fiefdom of Duloc. The couple scoffed at Farquaad for being a slimy and corrupt Control Freak in the vein of both Odalia Blight, and Kikimora, Belos's personal stooge. They also voice their disgust with Judge Doom and his Toon Patrol for their monstrous actions. Doom attempted to Dip the couple, which ended with him getting crushed under an Abomination Piano.
  • As a result of the girls' opposition to Emperor Belos and his underlings in the Emperor's Coven putting both on the wrong side of the law, they have become quite close allies of The Phantom Thieves of Hearts. The Couple first learned of the Thieves after they attempted to breach Belos' Palace and escaped but with substantial horror at the amount of death they saw. The Witches offered their condolences, bonding over their Belos induced trauma. Luz and Amity have even followed them into the Metaverse thanks to their experience with entering the mindscapes of Willow, and in Luz's case Philip. The Phantom Thieves can definitely relate to teens chaffing under corrupt and abusive authority figures, with Haru and Amity bonding over their shared parental issues, and Luz bonding with Ren over being societal pariahs.
  • The Witches naturally do not get along with Demon Hunters at all and have voiced their dislike of deities such as the Doom Slayer. Upon learning of the Slayer's reputation, the Witches quickly braced themselves for an attack from the Marine, but none came. That said, they still don't care for his distrust of heroic Demons, with both sides agreeing to leave each other alone. The two also dislike Illidan Stormrage for his extreme methods, even if they are taken with good intentions. While they work with Illidan against Sargeras, that is the extent of their teamwork. Likewise, Maiev Shadowsong is also quite disliked as a result of Maiev's hatred of both Demons and Magic Users in general, with the Warden reminding the two a little too much of someone who would work at Emperor Belos' state prison, the Conformatorium.
    • When Denzel Crocker learned of the Witches and their Magic, he was quick to leap into action. Crocker attempted to capture the two Witches to use their Magic for his own, though he failed utterly and the two promptly kicked him to the curb. However, the sight of Crocker fleeing fireballs attracted the attention of B.B. Hood. B.B. Hood quickly planned their murder as Witches could be counted as monsters, just like the ones that she hunts and so she tried and failed to assassinate them. Her continual ability to stalk the two has led to them being on guard at all times lest she try to ambush them.
    • Mina Loveberry already hated the two for crashing into her when they first ascended and this wasn't made any less significant after learning that they were non Mewman magic users, especially when she found out that they were from the Demon Realm. For their part, Luz and Amity view Mina as a sick parody of the Magical Girl archetype that they admire so much in Azura, and have vowed to put a genuine stop to her bigoted crusade, especially if she ever dares to attempt to set foot on the Boiling Isles.
  • Unfortunately, there are plenty of Witch and Demonic deities in the Pantheon who are anything but the kind and loving people that Luz and Amity know from the Demon Realm. They got to witness this first hand when Bill Cipher decided to pay them a visit while they were hanging out with the Pines, and promptly tormented them with visions akin to what Belos tricked The Collector into subjecting Luz, King, and Eda to, on top of Bill possessing the ability to convert people into lifeless dolls, again, much like The Collector. Naturally Bill is near the top of their dislike list, especially once the Pines told them about all of Bill's many other crimes. Due to their disgust at evil Demons, they took a liking to the heroic Sparda. His defense of Humanity reminded them of the Titan sealing The Collector to protect his son King and the rest of the Demon Realm, even if The Collector wasn't the real threat.
    • They also found hated enemies in the likes of the infamously evil Witch Maleficent. Luz and Amity see the Evil Fairy as an insult to their idols Azura, Hecate, and in Luz's case, Eda. Additionally, Maleficent casting a lethal curse upon Aurora out of spite brought to mind Eda's sister Lilith cursing her with the Owl Beast, but with none of the sympathetic motivations. Lord Voldemort loathes the couple, as he is disgusted that Amity would "lower herself" to dating a mere "muggle" like Luz, and has vowed to kill them both to "cleanse the taint." The couple scoffed at his declaration, citing how the far more dangerous Belos had tried and failed to kill them for good, and they welcomed the chance to punish Voldemort for his crimes.
    • Lord Tirek once tried to drain their magic, but due to being forewarned by Twilight Sparkle, the girls had a plan for this. They tricked Tirek into trying to drain Titan Luz's magic. On her first day at Hexside, Luz learned that Titan Magic was impossible for Magic Eaters like Tirek to digest, with it instead violently exploding in their mouth upon ingestion due to a magic eating Basilisk attacking the school. When the Basilisk attacked Hexside, Luz was able to use this to her advantage to help undrained students safely defeat the Basilisk, experience that the couple put to good use force-feeding Tirek the equivalent of magical dynamite. Tirek was unable to stomach it, and he left the couple alone after this.
  • When Luz and Amity, along with their friends Willow, Gus, and Hunter, and Luz's mother Camila returned to the Demon Realm after the Collector had been freed, they were quite surprised to find the vast majority of the population under the cosmic being's thrall, due to their innocent naivety not registering the harm this caused. When they learned of Fecto Forgo and its takeover of the New World and the Beast Pack, they initially thought that they could reason with the creature. That changed when they learned that Forgo enslaved the Beast Pack out of wanton cruelty, not naivety. In addition, just before Luz reunited with Eda, and King, Amity and the rest of the Hexsquad were captured by the Collector and forced to fight against Luz in a nightmare like vision after Belos tricked them into doing so. By contrast, Forgo inflicted a viscous Mind Rape upon Leon simply so it could use him as a pawn to reacquire Elfilin. To top it all off, Forgo has a talent for stranding people from other realms in the New World, a pain both girls have felt, Luz due to being forced to destroy the Portal Door to save Eda from Belos, Amity due to getting trapped in the Human Realm following the Day of Unity. The two Witches had a strong enough will to resist Forgo's psionic abilities and vowed to destroy it.
    • Just before it was time for Luz to face off against Belos one last time, she, Eda, and King all sperately managed to form a connection with the nigh omnipotent Collector. Amity later also befriended The Collector, with the child of the stars growing to enjoy spending time with all of their friends and family. As a result of this, the two have formed an extremely surprising friendship with both versions of the Omni-King Zeno, consisting primarily of the Witches playing mundane games with the two. To say this shocked all of the Omni-King's associates was an understatement, especially when they saw mere baseline Intermediate Goddesses getting away with gently scolding Zeno unscathed.
    • Conversly, just as Luz and Amity formed a genuine friendship with the Omni-King and hope to teach him restraint as they did The Collector, they are highly distrustful of Mithra. The Witches are reminded of The Collector's scornful tale of their openly genocidal older siblings The Archivists, equally godlike beings who follow similar morality and are fearful that Mithra could become just like them, even if Mithra has some sense of decency, unlike The Archivists. As a result of this, Luz has been looking into ways with which to give Amity a Titan Form of her own, as well as extend the transformation's duration so they can stand up to Mithra should the situation call for it.
  • The Witches strongly dislike heavenly deities who hold unjustified loathing of the sorts of Demons Luz and Amity like to be in the company of almost as they loathe Belos' closest allies. Meridia is near the top of this list thanks to her zealous hatred of all things she sees as unclean. However justified her contempt of Molag Bal, the Witches recognize that it is purely for the sake of her own ego and not altruism. Upon learning about the Isles, Meridia flew into a rage with Luz managing to hold the full wrath of the Daedra at bay with her Titan Form with side assistance from Amity, albeit not by much. YHVH is also despised by the couple, as while he isn't genocidal like Chuck, Zamasu, or Meridia, His ideal world wherein everyone mindlessly worships Him sends chills down their spines. Their opposition to YHVH has only increased their desire to find a way for Amity to gain the powers of the Titan so the two can stand against His will together.
  • Both girls have very complicated parental situations. Luz lost her father Manny at a young age, leaving her mother Camila to try and raise her alone, which led Camila to be pressured into sending Luz to summer camp out of a desire to protect her from the kind of bullying that Camila herself went through, though she grows out of this mindset. Amity had the misfortune of being the daughter of Odalia Blight, who attempted to abuse Amity into being her desired daughter, and gained a strained relationship with her father Alador that slowly improved later in life. They naturally developed a kinship with Nero who has a similarly complicated parental situation, and offered there sympathies for having to reconcile that his father is Vergil.
    • Any deity that has attempted to reinvent themselves for the sake of their children and loved ones have the Witches upmost respect, such as Kratos who learned to temper his rage to be a good father to his son Atreus. They also tremendously respect Asura abandoning the other deities under Deus to settle down with his wife Durga, and daughter Mithra. The Warriors quite like the Witches, seeing aspects of Atreus and Mithra within them, and will happilly help to defend them from the likes of Zamasu and Meridia.
    • Android 21 is especially close to the two thanks to her constant battle with her Hunger being reminiscent of Eda's struggle with her curse, especially in regards to how valiantly she fights it for the sake of her son, Android 16. Father Balder, who sacrificed his own mind to seal Loptyr away within himself to protect his daughter Bayonetta is held in similarly high regards. Their opinion of Balder only rose when they found out that he had married the Umbra Witch Rosa to sire Bayonetta, and how he had spent ages attempting to avenge his wife's murder.
    • Just as the Witches adore loving parents and surrogate parents, they despise abusive ones, especially the likes of Adria. Adria is seen as being even worse than Odalia ever was due to her willingly grooming her own daughter to be a new vessel for Diablo to possess. When the couple went to put a stop to Adria's depravity, they instead found her ally, Medusa Gorgon. Medusa's experiments on her own children rival Belos' continual slaughter of Grimwalkers in terms of sheer cruelty, earning Luz and Amity's utter disgust. The two evil Witches loathe the couple for being serious opponents and threats to their machinations, with the two good Witches even steeling themselves to cast Petrification Glyphs on both Adria and Medusa.
  • Specific to Luz:
    • Luz Noceda is the bubbly and kind lone Human resident of the Boiling Isles, outside of Belos, and later her mother Camila. For the vast majority of her life, Luz was looked down upon and mocked for her many eccentricities and her overly disruptive bursts of creativity. When she followed Owlbert into the Boiling Isles, Luz found herself in a place where those fantasy dreams of hers could become reality, and she eagerly dove headfirst into the Demon Realm. While there, she gradually matured in many ways, from learning that she didn't need a special destiny to be important, to learning to balance her life in both her native worlds. She would also develop a tight nit friend circle including her loving girlfriend Amity, with Luz seeking to make all of their lives better as thanks for helping make her life better. Along the way, her life entered a chaotic emotional rollercoaster that almost broke her, however she was able to heal and eventually became the Demon Realm's Messiah after giving her life to save The Collector. The fact that Luz was resurrected has made her wary of deities like Morpho Knight, with her preparing her Titan Form in case they decide to come and claim her. Luz is also more than a little displeased with the Butterfly of Paradise for not claiming Belos due to his undead status.
    • As a result of being the only Human in the Demon Realm, Luz has no ability to cast natural Magic whatsoever and must rely upon her Glyphs and her Palisman Stringbean to cast Magic. As such, it was inevitable that she and Akko Kagari would become best friends, especially given that Luz was Akko's former High Priestess. The two Witches are almost as close as Willow and Luz, with them showing each other their means of Magic, or trading gossip, as well as appreciating their similar mentalities, Akko marveling at how strong Luz is with Stringbean. Luz has also been encouraging Akko to get together with Diana. Luz is also close friends with Mirabel Madrigal. Like Luz, Mirabel is a loveable Latina with an exceptionally creative mind, which causes her to be seen as a weirdo by others, in addition to lacking natural Magic. Luz is more than happy to show her Glyphs and Stringbean to Mirabel and offered her sympathy for Mirabel's strained relationship with her mother, Camila succumbing to outside pressure to "fix" Luz to try and help her before trying to make amends coming to mind for the Witch.
    • Luz is a textbook definition of a heroine getting to live out her fantasy dreams, and even by all aspects become her fictional idol Azura. As such, she immediately took a liking to likeminded deities. Izuku is one of Luz's closest friends as a result. He knows what it's like to struggle thanks to a personal handicap that others don't have, Izuku with his quirklessness, and Luz with her ADHD, and shares her personality, in addition to getting a chance to realize his dream of becoming a Hero. Just as Luz adores Izuku, she also adores All-Might, seeing him as being Izuku's Eda, especially since the Symbol of Peace has an alternate form that costs him his powers. While she was sticking with Amity during a visit to Beacon, she met Ruby Rose. Ruby quickly became quite high on Luz's list of friends in the Pantheon, due to the Huntress sharing the Witch's energy, and her skills at combating the threats of the worlds they inhabit. Much like with Akko, Luz has been encouraging Ruby to hook up with Weiss.
    • Many deities expected Luz to get along great with fellow "isekai" protagonists when she ascended, but this was not the case. When she heard of Naofumi, Luz was intially excited to get to compare their experiences in other worlds. This swiftly ended when she learned that Naofumi owns slaves that are magically bound to his will, a revelation that caused the Witch to formally denounce the Shield Hero, seeing it as a pathetic attempt to justify wanton cruelty to others. Luz later attempted to offer her utmost empathy to Subaru for their shared experiences, but Subaru replied with an accusation of her mocking him, and that she was just another one of the Witches that he clashed with trying to screw with him, much to Luz's confusion. Luz also declared all-out war on Ainz Ooal Gown and Tanya the Evil. In Luz's eyes, they are almost as bad as Belos, especially since like Belos, they were initially Humans who landed in another world and helped to form a brutal fascist tyranny. Ainz and Tanya dread having to face Titan Luz, thanks to the tremendous power gulf between them. Ainz in particular learned "The Goal Of All Life Is Death" is useless against her, due to the transformation into her Titan Form being capable of bringing Luz back to life, and he knows that a fight with her will not end well for him.
    • Luz went through an incredible array of traumatic events throughout her young life, from getting bullied to the point of developing social anxiety, to being an unwitting accessory to The Day of Unity. While she puts on a happy face, Luz is extremely damaged inside and she has drifted close to similar deities. Avatar Aang knows what that's like, as he had to live through the genocide of his people and reckon with his status as the Avatar. Steven Universe is also a fellow Messiah who has gone through incredible trauma that has become good friends with Luz as a result, with the Witch finding how his role as a Kid Hero mentally damaging him later in life all to similar to the state Luz herself was in before her Palisman hatched.
    • Not all of Luz's connections to heroes like her are based on trauma however. The Witch found herself befriending Micaiah and Yune because of their equally kind natures, on top of them fighting against oppression, and the similarity in their dynamics to Luz, King, and the Titan. The Maiden of Dawn and the Goddess also appreciate Luz always opting for the "Chaotic Option", in addition to her sharing their association with Light. Micaiah has loaned her a Rexaura Tome to practice with, Luz returning the sentiment by showing her Glyph Combos.
    • While Luz has suffered incredible emotional trauma, she has also demonstrated a remarkable ability to bounce back and gradually overcome her trauma. Frisk is a close friend of Luz, with the Witch having tremendous respect for their Determination carrying them through all the horrifying things they experienced within the mountain. Frisk likes Luz, thanks to her loving nature causing her to win over former rivals and foes, from Luz mutually falling for Amity, to coming to consider both Hunter, and Lilith her direct family members, much like how Frisk won over the people of the Underground. As a consequence of her struggles with knowing what she wants to be in both the Human and Demon Realms, she knows exactly what the Cutie Mark Crusaders had to go through in their desperate quest to earn their Cutie Marks. Luz's Palisman Stringbean wouldn't hatch until she realized that while she truly did want to be a Heroic Witch, the thing she wanted most of all was for her mother Camila to understand her, and she voiced pride in them for refusing to give up and eventually getting their Cutie Marks.
    • Thanks to her extreme guilt over the events of the Day of Unity, Luz developed heavily implied suicidal depression. Even so, she refused to give up on saving the Boiling Isles. Madoka Kaname can greatly relate to an optimistic girl with Magic going through absolute hell, and still not giving up on her goal of saving everyone, and eventually succeeding. Luz's status as a Magical Girl like Witch only made Madoka like her even more. Luz is more than happy to provide the aid of her Magic to Madoka in helping battle evil Witches, and defending Madoka's Ultimate Form with her own Titan Form.
    • Upon learning of Luz's depression, The Mage of the Beginning saw the Good Witch as an ideal vessel and once attempted to possess her, using similar tactics that Belos had used to try and mentally break her when she stumbled into his mind. The Mage made sure to ruthlessly rub in how much pain and suffering Luz has been involved in, from the death of her father Manny, to Luz indirectly getting Eda captured by the Emperor's Coven, and nearly petrified, with both Eda and Lilith losing all of their Magic afterwards. Fortunately, Luz's unshakeable love for Amity, her own mental journey, and her newfound confidence gave Luz the strength she needed to banish the Mage from her mind, before blasting her away with Stringbean.
    • Luz absolutely loathes bigots of all kinds. The Witch was utterly appalled when she discovered the crimes of Syndrome against Supers, all because he didn't get to be Mr. Incredible's sidekick. When Syndrome allied with Belos, she wasn't surprised even slightly. Luz also grew to despise the Hero Killer Stain after learning of him from Izuku for his hypocritical hatred of heroes who don't live up to his "standards", and the Witch happily blasted him into the next week with Stringbean's Magic to teach him a lesson. The Illusive Man is another one of Luz's least favorite people for his founding of Cerberus, a Humano-Supremacist N.G.O. Superpower that she sees as being the Emperor's Coven in Space, especially when she learned of their brutal experiments with Reaper Technology.
    • Part of the source of Luz's personal trauma is the tragic death of her father Manny Noceda from an undefined illness. Both Camila and Luz were absolutely devastated, and its why Luz is so desperate to stay with both Camila and Eda. Bruce Wayne knows how painful it is to lose a parent at such a young age and offered to pay for any therapy she needed. Luz appreciated the gesture and deeply reveres Bruce for himself taking in young kids and giving them a caring father and a solid house, much like how Camila provided a roof for Luz's beloved Basilisk sister, Vee. She adores Toriel for a similar reason, seeing the "Goat Mom" as being a gentler and less chaotic version of Eda. Due to her adoration of loving adoptive families, in Luz's eyes, the worst kind of person outside of bigots are abusive adoptive parents, especially those taking in orphans, a sentiment which caused her to utterly despise the Dursleys for their abuse of Harry, especially since it was because he was "different".
    • Luz's creativity may have gotten her into trouble at first, however once she learned to temper it with wisdom, it became an incredible tool with which she quickly started mastering Magic, and drew in many of her closest friends and loved ones. As such, she enjoys spending time with the equally creative Phineas and Ferb and has been seen using her Magic to help in their latest construction projects. Her creativity and imagination has also made her a steadfast fan of Fanfiction, with Luz defending it and its subcategories passionately thanks to how it's a completely valid form of writing with Luz herself becoming a surprisingly good writer because of it. Lieutenant Mary Sue quickly took a liking to her as a result, greatly appreciating the validation of her home medium.
    • In addition to Luz's love of Azura, she also adores other popular series, such as Full Metal Alchemist, with her love of the series being the catalyst for her becoming so skillful at drawing circles. When she learned Edward Elric was in the Pantheon, Luz was amazed and happily compared her Glyphs to his Alchemy. While it isn't her primary focus, Luz is also something of a gamer in her free time, with her laptop having a trademark friendly version of Hollow Knight downloaded. When she learned the Knight himself was in the Pantheon, Luz quickly geeked out and adored getting to spend time in Hallownest.
    • While Luz is truly the kind of person who will show empathy to almost anyone, she has her limits. Those who seek to oppress people for diverging from the norm will always earn her disgust. Ashera horrified her after Yune told her of how her opposite turned Telius to stone because they "went against order", causing Luz to see her as Belos if he had possessed the Collector. One time when Luz was visiting Hallownest, she stumbled upon several innocents infected with the Plague. Due to being familiar with the story, she immediately went into her Titan Form and tracked down the source: The Radiance. The Goddess was less than pleased to see Luz's Titan Form thanks to her mastery of both Light, and Dark magics, and power to challenge her head on, with Luz freeing her victims by besting her in combat. The Radiance vowed to ravage the Boiling Isles in revenge afterwards.
  • Specific to Amity:
    • Amity Blight was once the perfect daughter. She got nearly flawless grades, she participated in extracurricular activities, and she even assisted her mother with testing her father's inventions. And yet, Amity was absolutely miserable. Odalia's "parenting style" had led her to force Amity to cut ties with her closest friend Willow, as Odalia molded her to become the perfect candidate for the Emperor's Coven, even forcing her to dye her hair green to match her siblings, Edric, and Emira. Then everything changed when Luz entered her life. Amity slowly found herself liking and later falling in love with Luz, due in no small part to how Luz had helped her to reconnect with Willow, reforge her kinship with her siblings, dye her hair from green to purple to establish her freedom, and just represented a massive positive influence in her life. As Luz would suffer tremendous trauma throughout the course of the series, Amity would always make sure to take the time to be an anchor for her, as well as for the rest of her newfound friends in Gus and Hunter. Her joint status as the Only Sane Woman of Luz's friends and family, and generally grounded nature has resulted in her becoming close friends with Katara, especially when the two found out that they manipulated their respective elements in identical ways, and even sound exactly the same.
    • Amity's status as the studious top students at Hexside as well as rapid defrosting into one of the nicest and most reliable people in her friend circle has naturally resulted in her forming close friendships with similar deities, chiefly Diana Cavendish, Amity herself having been Diana's former High Priestess. The two Witches quite enjoy geeking out over their respective idols in their freetime, as well as comparing how skillful they are with their respective Magics, with the two having friendly Witch's Duels from time to time to test each other. Weiss Schnee is another such deity. Amity was quite intrigued when she learned how similar Weiss's Dust Magic is to Glyph Magic, and is experimenting with Weiss to see if Titan Glyphs could allow her to manipulate Dust. Much like her girlfriend, Amity is not so subtly encouraging both Diana and Weiss to hook up with Akko and Ruby respectively.
    • The Blight household is not a happy family whatsoever. Odalia's abuse and control tainted all of her immediate family, primarily in the form of emotional abuse to all of them. She is the primary reason why up until she met Luz, Amity as well as Edric, Emira, and even her father Alador were all absolutely miserable. The fact that Odalia turned out to be a genocidal monster was just the icing on the cruelty cake. Thus, Amity despises any and all Abusive Parents in the pantheon. Ragyo Kiryuin quickly rocketed to the top of that list for being even more monstrous than Odalia, what with how she not only seeks to sacrifice Humanity to the Life Fibers, but also molests both of her daughters. The Witch has vowed to get a Titan Form of her own for the specific purpose of annihilating her even if Ragyo has her Life Fiber power up. Lady Tremaine is another whom Amity loathes. When she was trapped in the Human Realm, Amity found herself growing quite close to her Mother-in-law Camila, easily prefering her to Odalia, so learning about Tremaine's abuse of her stepdaughter Cinderella, on top of her abuse of her other daughters caused the Witch to condemn the cruel and greedy woman.
    • Amity is deeply regretful of her past antagonism to her current friends and loved ones, especially given how it was her acting in the way Odalia wanted. Zuko can relate to this pain. As a result of Ozai's abuse, Zuko went hunting for Aang and did many misdeeds and made many mistakes. Ironically, both Amity and Zuko ended up meeting the people who would change their life because of their parents putting them in a specific position. Amity also reflected on how she once had a bonding moment with Hunter wherein she attempted to redeem him before ending up fighting him, much like what happened between Zuko and Katara. Satsuki Kiryuin soon joined in, as she too had to live with the abuse of her unreasonably wealthy "mother". Satsuki quickly grew to like Amity due to Amity's fierce hatred of Ragyo. The three have even talked about starting a support group for abused kids, on top of kids who suffer other traumas, such as Amity almost getting to see her best friends, her girlfriend, and herself get killed by Belos on the Day of Unity, and then later getting trapped in the Human Realm, away from their families.
    • For a time, Amity was the apprentice of Lilith Clawthorne, much like Luz was the apprentice of her sister Eda. Unlike Luz and Eda, Amity and Lilith were never really close, with the two ending up on bad terms when Lilith forced Amity to cheat in a Witch's Duel without Amity's knowledge. However, much later Lilith had a change of heart and sought to make amends, with Amity ending up happily working with her as an Archeologist. When Amity heard of Starlight Glimmer, she found herself spending a fair amount of time with the pony, appreciating how much Starlight worked to make amends for her many crimes, much like Lilith. For her part, Starlight admires how successful Amity herself was in reinventing herself for the better.
    • Amity's relationship with her father Alador is complicated. She's always liked him far more than her mother, as Amity herself took more after Alador, including inheriting his talent for Abomination Magic. As Amity was breaking away from her mother, she sought to reconnect to her father, to the point of dying her hair Abomination Purple, and eventually succeeded with Alador undergoing a similar evolution to Amity herself. As a result of her mutual love for her father, Amity has grown close to Asgore Dreemurr. Asgore is a father who made a grievous mistake due to family drama, in his case the apparent death of his son Asriel, and grew to regret it immensely. Amity also has a complex relationship with her brother and sister. While the Witch can sometimes get quite angry with her siblings, she still loves them and will take on anyone who tries to hurt them, especially after they toned down their pranks, while she grew to appreciate Edric and Emira's pension for chaos as she broke free of Odalia. Candace Flynn can relate to finding ones siblings annoying but still loving them, as she always looks out for the safety of her brothers, even while trying to bust them.
    • Blight Industries is mainly a corporation specializing in Magitek and Amity herself has shown to be skilled at using it, in addition to her adult profession being that of Archeology. Susie Haltmann became fast friends with her as a result, with both girls also reflecting on how parental trauma was one of the impetuses for their redemption. When Susie explained to Amity how Susie's own father lost his mind, and eventually his soul to the Mother Computer Star Dream, Amity immediately grew furious with the genocidal Clockwork Star. She intends to use her dueling skills to win its test of strength and wish it never existed, with her drive only increasing when she learned of Belos' desire to become its new admin. Much like her friendship with Susie, Amity ended up bonding with Professor Utonium, due to Utonium reminding Amity of her father after his reformation. Amity also expressed substantial admiration for Utonium taking such good care for his creations, much like how Camila took care of both her siblings-in-law, Hunter and Vee.
    • As Amity is a deeply remorseful former bully, she has been drawn to others who acted in similar ways, like Shoto Todoroki. The aspiring Hero finds the Witch's own Fire Spells fascinating and has also shown an interest in Glyph Magic, and Amity's Abomination Magic, while also showing regret for his past behavior, in addition to sharing her very studious habits, and rough familial relationships. Riku is someone else Amity likes quite a lot. The Keyblade Master was once antagonistic to his best friend Sora, so much so that he fell to darkness but has since reformed, and become one of the most reliable allies of his best friend, just like how Amity has become such a reliable friend to Willow.
    • Amity despises Emperor Belos and his Emperor's Coven almost as much as Luz does, so she quickly developed a burning hatred for similar deities. She loathes Fire Lord Ozai due to his similarities to Belos, on top of him being a horribly abusive parent to and a primary foe of her friends Zuko, and Katara, as well as his genocidal ambitions, with the Witch declaring him to be a cheap knockoff of Belos. Ozai sees Amity as a threat due to her ability to nullify his Fire Bending with her Fire Magic, and he doesn't desire to be drowned in Abomination Goo. Ghetsis sees Amity as yet another obstacle in his path and attempted to sic Hydreigon on her, which ended with him getting blasted with Lilac Flame. Amity has a much friendlier relationship with the father son duo of Bowser and Bowser Jr. While she doesn't hesitate to fight against the two when they do evil, she does admire their closeness, especially Bowser's genuine love and care for his son, with the Koopas liking her as well for caring so deeply about her loved ones.
    • Amity also developed a strong opposition to wealthy and abusive business owners similar to Odalia. Lex Luthor is someone who has consistently attempted to use his vast influence as a business man in order to kill off innocent non-Humans, much like Belos. She hopes that either her own Magic, or Glyphs will be able to pierce Luthor's technology. Norman Osborn also ignited her rage due to his cruel abuse of Harry and his Odalia level cruelty. Amity once fought the Goblin and managed to severely wound him, though she didn't end his supervillain career, much to her frustration.
    • Even when Amity was still under Odalia's thumb she showed something her birth mother never had. Being great with kids. One of her most beloved pastimes was her job at the Bonesborough Library where she would read to young children, a job that she greatly enjoyed. Recently, Amity has been seen acting as a new babysitter for Timmy Turner, with the Witch attempting to teach him greater wisdom and maturity. The average kid whom no one understands absolutely adores her for being an understanding figure who empathizes with his rough parental situation on top of just not being Vicky. He hopes that she can replace Vicky as his usual babysitter, even if her finds her hobbies too "girlish" aside from Amity's talent for sports, especially Grudgby.
    • Amity's Palisman Ghost is in the form of a White Cat, and Amity specializes in Fire Magic next to Abominations. Upon learning of her affinity for both felines and fire, Blaze the Cat took a liking to the Witch, and has offered to lend her the Sol Gems for her fight with Ragyo. Sabrina Spellman is another studious Witch who absolutely adores cats, and she greatly admires Amity for her emotional maturation, with Sabrina hoping to learn some new spells from her fellow Witch, and being in awe of the massive leaps in power Amity made after falling for Luz, to the point that her father voiced how she could very easily become a Coven Head someday.
    • Because of her status as the native to a different world with whom the dimension traveling heroine fell in love with, she thought she would get along with similar deities. That didn't happen. While she was under Odalia's thumb, Amity was effectively her slave, complete with a collar. When she learned of Raphtalia, she offered her to help her break free of Naofumi, and was confused when Raphtalia freaked out at the proposition. Amity asked why she sticks to Naofumi, and Raphtalia responded that she did so out of love and loyalty before accusing Amity of being a hypocrite for her devotion to Luz. Amity replied that she and Luz are equal partners and Luz actually gives indication she cares for her, as opposed to Naofumi, who only bought Raphtalia so he could own a slave who reminded him of Malty. While Amity was lamenting that she couldn't befriend Raphtalia, she bumped into Belldandy. The two became fast friends due to both of them being magical partners to Humans who stand up to their parents for the sake of their partner, in addition to having an equal relationship to their partner.
    • Amity's status as a beloved caretaker to kids has naturally made her fierce enemies of those who deliberately harm children. One night, The Coachman sought to lure Timmy and many other kids to Pleasure Island as part of a scheme to have Timmy's Fairies restore Pleasure Island. Fortunately, Amity caught wind of it and promptly dispensed a viscous beating to the Coachman with the experience causing him to avoid Amity like the plague. As Amity is a kind babysitter, Vicky hates her, especially given her friendship with Timmy. Timmy had already informed Amity of how awful Vicky was, with Amity demonstrating her disgust for her by giving Vicky a taste of her Abomination Gauntlet. Pennywise once tried to attack Luz which resulted in Amity going absolutely berserk on IT. To his dismay, IT learned that Amity's fear is much less concrete than other teens, mainly due to it being a fear of rejection, and that Amity had faced a similar being that also manifested her fears, and had overcome them. IT only survived by using the Deadlights to flee, and even then Amity managed to overcome the Lights through sheer will and chased IT away.
"So yeah, that's where we have been. I can't wait to show you everyone we met here! I really hope to see you soon!"

    Mina Tepes, Akira Kaburagi, and Yuki Saegusa 
Wilhelmina Vlad 'Mina' Tepes, Akira Kaburagi Rēgendorf, and Yuki Saegusa, the Divine Vampire-Werewolf Love Triangle
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  • Intermediate Gods (Mina, Akira), Quasideity (Yuki)
  • Symbol: Mina's Vampire Bund, formerly Tokyo Land Reclamation #0
  • Theme Song: Friends or Tsumeato
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (with a Lawful Neutral facade) (Mina), Neutral Good (Akira, Yuki)
  • Portfolio: Vampire-Werewolf Love Triangle, Interspecies Romance, Interspecies Friendship (Mina and Yuki)
  • Domain(s): Romance, Friendship, Vampires, Werewolves, Humanity
  • Heralds: the Vampire Bund
  • High Priests: the film version of the Twilight trio
  • Allies: Most non-evil vampires (such as Rachel Alucard, Adrian Alucard, Marceline, Gasper Vladi, etc.), Genn Greymane, Bigby Wolf, Valkenhayn R. Hellsing, Jon Talbain, Remus Lupin
  • Enemies: indiscriminate vampire hunters, evil vampires such as Dracula, Mira Fallegeros, Vanilla Ice, etc., The Crimson Court (and Carmilla for maybe inviting them here), Fenrir Greyback
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Hoss Delgado (on his good days)
  • Oppose: Rasputin
  • The quest to find a suitable Vampire-Werewolf Love Triangle candidate trinity was difficult, especially since the best known example is banished to Retconnian, and most other examples have since…violently resolved themselves. And with very few options, despite Yuki being not much of a love rival, her (unreqiuited) affections for Akira allowed the three to qualify and ascend to the Pantheon. That, and Mina vouched for her.
    • Another interesting tidbit regarding this romantic triangle is that it's not the human that is in the middle, but the werewolf.
  • Applies to the trio or two of them:
    • The first thing that was done after ascension but before the ascension ceremony was revive Yuki from her coma, which she had been in after suffering brain damage as a result of an attempt on her life. Both Akira and Mina were grateful for this act. That said, some people not familiar with them showed later concerns about their triangular relationship considering that in the Pantheon, Yuki is now as "immortal" as Mina, but the vampire queen has no problems with sharing.
    • During the ascension ceremony (with cries of relief from most in the Pantheon that they didn't need to ascend the Twilight trio, after all), the Bund was to be re-established in the Pantheon. But spacial limits forced Mina to limit it to just her mansion which got destroyed at some point in their story. As such, she could only bring up its residents (at least those still loyal to her) as heralds. With the Pantheon being comprised of all types of races and creatures, negotiating would be somewhat easier. It also helps that two temples have been provided for them, the other one being located in Other Creatures.
      • Said negotiations eventually commenced at her mansion with the Pantheon's good-aligned werewolves and vampires and their allies on arranging terms with joining the GUAG. This meeting was shortly crashed by evil-aligned vampires and other undesirable that didn't wish to see this through and an all-out brawl ensued, with everybody keeping Yuki and the other defenseless ones safe. Thankfully for Mina, she didn't need to bust out her full-powered adult form. Once the dust has settled, after hearing of Cosmos' motives, Mina decided that her side would be most beneficial for her Bund, and Yuki and Akira agreed.
    • Some folks find it peculiar that some werewolves in their world are direct servants to vampires, given that in most other worlds, they're tense rivals at best and bitter enemies at worst. Of course, there are also a few where they are friends, but that's often in a Monster Mash kind of way, which includes Frankenstein's Monster, mummies, phantoms, etc.
    • If you still doubt there is a love trangle between them, you can look at it this way. Instead of Akira in the middle with Mina and Yuki, think of it as Mina loving both Akira and Yuki.
      • Why? Her relationship with her is only second to the one she has with Akira (and it just might be a separate-yet-equal thing). Mina has called Yuki her closest confidant after Akira, meaning that she trusts Yuki more than people she's known her entire life, and just slightly less than the man she loves. Mina has complimented Yuki's good looks on several occasions, and Yuki has been caught openly admiring Mina's adult form. She'd even risk an international incident just to spend time in the tub together with her in Yuki's apartment (though they all now share a "house" post-ascension). Yes, there was Skinship Grope involved. For her part, Yuki has a tendency to turn a lovely shade of red at all of these.
    • They distrust Rasputin, given that in their world, he's an alias of Lord Ivanovic, one of Mina's "suitors".
    • One ally they met during the negotiations was Rachel Alucard. Things were a bit tense at first due to Rachel abusing her familiars (though Gii deserves it for always prodding her Berserk Buttons and Nago seems to like taking pain) (though not Valkenhayn) and her snarky attitude, but having well-meaning intentions as well as everything she's done on behalf of the heroes in her world helped them see what she really is and a bond was forged.
  • Exclusive to Mina:
    • As an advocate for peace between vampires and humanity, Mina is naturally in the way of those who believe that vampires should keep asserting their superiority or are otherwise tyrannical towards humans and other "lesser races".
    • Mina's Bund has such unbelievable wealth that she can pay off Japan's entire national debt and still have more to spare.
      • The Lorenzo Corporation, a company in her Bund, developed "artificial blood" known as Stigma, which was how Mina has managed to sate the blood thirst of her kind, and lightblock gel to protect from sunlight. These commodities, of which she , don't come cheap, though, even if LC gas Instant Home Delivery services.
    • -something about (Remilia Scarlet)-
    • Due to her experiences with the Three Clans and their lords who serve as her official fiancés, Mina is adverse to Arranged Marriages. Given she's lost her mother to them (and who was possibly raped), she especially despises those like them. Oh, and calling her mother a whore is a very bad idea, as is harming Akira or Yuki, especially the latter (since the former can hold his own in a fight).
    • Having been a victim of an impostor plot before, she's made countermeasures against any repeats of that incident.
    • Has a small private cubbyhole that contains her true personal treasures; some old furniture, an antique gramaphone, a few other knicknacks, and many, many photos of Akira.
    • Her kind of vampires can't catch the same diseases humans do except for tooth decay. In fact, some of her kind even like drinking the blood of the diseased, because it alters the flavor.
  • Exclusive to Akira:
    • Thanks to his Beowulf Armor, Akira is no longer a Glass Cannon in the face of threats powerful enough to match his werewolf form.
    • Silver weaponry is the only thing that can really hurt him. Not even being impaled by a broken-off church steeple comes close, though that would apparently do more on Mina than him.
    • The easiest way to piss him off is to harm anybody he cares about. Even easier is to impersonate Mina.
    • Valkenhayn (servant to Rachel Alucard) has blessed Akira in his love for Mina and has even offered to train him some more if need be.
  • Exclusive to Yuki:
    • When she isn't tending to Akira or Mina's needs or attending at Elysium Academy with (or without) them, Yuki is often writing her novels and improving her writing skills, and thus sometimes visits the House of Narrative to polish up on that.
    • Her latest work is apparently a Boys' Love story, its protagonist based on Akira, and was apparently really good enough for Mina to personally translate it to Latin, have it published in the Bund, and even actively contribute to the writing process. Many heads were turned at this and she became a recognized potential writer as a result.
    • Is often (she does her damnedest to, at least) the one who make sure Mina and Akira talk to each other and not keep secrets that could be very dangerous when spilled at the wrong moment. This was because the impostor Mina exploited this tendency during her "reign" of the Bund, and doesn't want it to happen again.

Lesser Gods

    Alana and Marko 
Alana and Marko, Co-Deities of Interspecies Romance
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  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: A seed of their plant rocket ship
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolios: Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy, Badass Family, Battle Couple, Maligned Mixed Marriage, Planetary Romance,
  • Domains: Love, Void, Family, Chaos, Good
  • Herald: Hazel, their child
  • Allies: Edward Scissorhands, Romeo and Juliet, Belle and Beast, Bryan Mills, Terra Branford, Kurama, Meryl and Johnny, Mary Poppins, Fuuka Yamagishi and Relena Darlian (Marko)
  • Enemies: Boba Fett, Deadshot, Lobo, Deathstroke, Lockdown, Gondar the Bounty Hunter
  • Opposes: The House of Hatred and Rancor
  • Uneasy Relationship: Mettaton
  • Not so different from: Romeo and Juliet
  • Relative newcomers to the Pantheon, the story of Alana and Marko have made a huge splash in the Pantheon regardless. It was only a matter of time until the House of Love moved forward with plans to ascend the couple. Little did they know that this seemingly ordinary couple would become one of the most problematic deities the Pantheon has ever ascended.
    • It only took minutes before they came under fire from nearly every morally ambiguous Bounty Hunter in the Pantheon. Many of them were funded by Boba Fett himself and even he was interested in taking a whack at things himself. It was clear that the couple couldn't stick around for long.
  • Their temple rarely ever has them present. Their followers have taken over operations while Alana and Marko sort things out. Only a select few are able to actively meet up with them.
  • People and deities alike are wary of helping them, mostly due to the fact that many that do don't last long. Their long list of allies that have fallen even gives Joss Whedon and George R. R. Martin pause.
  • It goes without saying that you do not try to harm or kidnap Hazel. They have handled far worst threats before. It will likely won't end well for you. Specifically, use drugs near Hazel or perform senseless violence and Marko will remind you just why he refrains from fighting. Meanwhile, Alana won't take shit from anyone who thinks they can get away with domestic abuse.
    • Both Bryan Mills and Terra Branford have stated they are willing to defend the couple from any perceived threats. It goes to show how screwed a Bounty Hunter can be if they aren't Crazy-Prepared enough to take up the bounty.
  • Much of the heat the two have received stems from the intense feud between their native species. Their war has no signs of letting up, fueled primarily of hatred for each other. Both Marko and Alana have blamed the House of Hatred for fueling this hate.
  • Their base of operations is a space ship made entirely of plant matter. Many believe it to be a gift from Kurama who has expressed his sympathy for the group. It has has done a remarkable job of surviving thus far in their journeys.
  • There have already been deities calling it the Space Opera version of Romeo and Juliet. The two can only hope that their fate doesn't match those Star-Crossed Lovers.
    • Instead, they turn to Belle and the Beast over how to handle their relationship as well as other peoples' reactions. The Beast's response is that there will be people who just won't accept their romance. It's best to brush them aside.
    • The arrival of Edward Scissorhands took them by surprise. He was particularly eager to help them out, more than most in the Pantheon. They remind him of his relationship with Kim. Alana and Marko shrugged it off. They've met far more grotesque beings in the Pantheon than a man with scissors for hands.
  • Marko has tried to stick to a path of pacifism. Of course, trying to do so while on the run is extremely difficult. Still, he can be seen with Fuuka on quiet days to see how she was able to keep things in order.
    • Relena Darlian's pacifism is what he ultimately strives for, though even he is not sure if he will ever be able to reach that state of being.
  • Contrary to popular belief, Alana actually didn't mind her time as an actress. She can even be seen in minor roles in the House of Theater. With that said, the time she stays there is limited; mostly due to being on the run but also due to an incident that almost broke them apart. Staying there for too long brings up bad memories.
  • They have Mary Poppins to thanks for sending a rather unorthodox babysitter to look after Hazel. Izabel may well be the most suited being for the job. Not only can be scare the living daylights out of any organic being, she is also a ghost making her immune to most damage. Sadly, it wasn't enough as Boba Fett found a Bounty Hunter capable of permanently killing her spirit. Her temple spent a day mourning their loss.
  • Meryl and Johnny are third only to Romeo/Juliet and Belle/Beast in similarities in the subhouse of Couples. Alana may slightly object to be a ladette, she does admit to be far more aggressive than her spouse.
  • Both had a rather defensive stance when they first saw Mettaton, mostly due to the fact that humanoid televisions just happen to be among the many alien races after them. The TV host quickly revealed himself to be just another monster in the Undertale universe... which didn't really soothe their suspicions.

    Red and the Transistor 
Red and the Transistor, Deities of Relationships Between Humans and Inanimate Objects (The Transistor: Mr. Nobody, Blue, Breach(), Boxer, Auden)
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Demigods

    Jack Twist and Ennis del Mar 
Jack Twist and Ennis del Mar, Dual Gods of Gay Cowboys
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  • Demigods
  • Symbol: Their black and white cowboy hats over a male symbol.
  • Theme Song: "The Wings"
  • Alignment: True Neutral (Ennis), Neutral Good (Jack)
  • Portfolio: Ambiguous Sexuality, Cowboys, both got a passionless marriage, can't be together because of society, can't keep their hands off each other
  • Domains: Love, Family, Cowboys, Masculine Homosexuals
  • Allies: Any good cowboys in the Pantheon (who isn't homophobic), the kids from South Park except for Eric Cartman, Romeo and Juliet, Rose Bukater and Jack Dawson, Batman/Bruce Wayne, Dorothy Gale
  • Odd Friendship with: The Fantastic Four, the Mystery Gang
  • Enemies: All homophobes in the Pantheon, all Abusive Parents, all women who come between two men.
  • Complicated Relationship with: The rest of the House of Love
  • The couple who had a 20 years affair, Ennis and Jack were reunited and ascended when the Pantheon when the Council heard of their story and how much of a Tear Jerker it was because of Jack's mysterious death.
    • When the two were reunited, Ennis broke down to tears and run into Jack's arms, unable to believe that he is really standing here before him while repeatedly saying sorry and promise to never let his fear getting the better of him again. Everyone witness their reunion sheds a tear.
    • However, Jack's ascension met with some problem when some people points out that he doesn't fit the "cowboy" part of the temple because he became a tracker sellman. After much effort to restrain Ennis from punching them in the face at the possibility of being separated from Jack again, Phoenix Wright points out that Jack spent a significant portion of his life as a working cowboy and a rodeo rider, thus qualify him for the position.
  • Their temple is a barn filled with many different livestocks and located on the verge of the House of Love with a window view of Brokeback Mountain - the place the men met, fell in love and had their 20 years affair. When asked how they managed to move an entire mountain, the men said that they had help from the deities in the House of Travel and Magic who are touched by their love story.
  • Their theme song is popular among Yaoi Fangirls Pantheon members, followers or audience because they tend to play it over their videos that portray the male deities they ship together. Needless to say, Jack and Ennis are NOT amused by this.
    • The couple is also NOT amused when Hong Kong deities keep using the slang "playing Brokeback", citing that the mountain is a significant place for the both of them. They also not appreciate people insisting Jack to admit that he "don't know how to quit" Ennis, given that this is the last conversation the couple had with each other before Jack's death.
  • Ennis despises every homophobes in the Pantheon because he has a very traumatic childhood experience of being forced to witness the aftermath of a gay couple who were beaten to death with their genitals removed and left out in the field, as well as thinking that they are the ones that cost Jack's death. Any homophobe dare to approach their temple will be met with a shotgun to the head. Abusive parents also don't get off easy either given that both men grew up with one.
  • Their temple has made the men become friends with many fellow cowboys in the Pantheon, even though they never interact with actual cows in their work. Of course, those who are homophobic will be politely asked to leave by Jack and be... "convinced" by Ennis if they refused.
  • Being born in the 1960s American West, Ennis gets extremely uncomfortable and even sometimes aggressive when someone asked him about his exact sexuality. Jack usually has to step in and explains that the only important thing is that the two are in love and now can finally be with each other. The fact that their creator insists on being unclear doesn't help anyone.
  • Other Star-Crossed Lovers like Romeo and Juliet or Jack and Rose sympathized with their story and have been in contact with the cowboys. Jack and Rose as well as the cowboys had a big laugh when discovered that their most iconic posters are similar to each other.
  • The men are very controversial figures in the House of Love for their long affair. Some think that both of them are just unapologetical cheaters on their wives for 20 years. Some argue that the men wouldn't even have to cheat in the first place if not for their homophobic sociery. Some took the middle ground of sympathizing with them for their love and circumstances while condemning their action. This is one of the reasons the men opt to move their temple to the edge of the House of Love.
  • Being cowboys, they have been taking jobs here and there from the house of Beasts and from farmers in the Pantheon. They usually brush off concern that they can't keep their hands off each other to focus on the job by saying that they were just 19 years old when that happened.
  • The Joker once took advantage of his similarity to Ennis and kidnapped Jack in order to catch Batman's attention. After Bruce tracked the Joker down, Ennis beat up the clown within an inch of his live to the point that Joker only survive due to his immunity. The couple has been on friendly term with Batman ever since, especially since he is sympathetic with their story even though Jack is nervous at first when Batman introduced them to his on-and-off lover Selina Kyle given that she sometimes looks like his estranged wife Lureen.
  • Jack freaked out when a giant flesh eating plant nicknamed Audrey approached and called out to him with the sound "Feed me Seymour." during his trip to the House of Plants due to his similarity to the actual Seymour. Jack has been avoid the house's deeper areas ever since.
  • The boys from South Park had a laugh when heard about their story because it is suspiciously similar to the independent film about gay cowboys eating pudding in their world. Jack and Ennis took this in good spirit and made friend with the boys but ban Cartman from enter their temple for his homophobia and Jerkass behavior. Needless to say, Cartman is extremely angry about this.
  • Dorothy Gale likes to visit the cowboys temple because of her upbringing in Kansas. The fact that her movie has a rather large gay followers also helps the matter, even though Ennis is uncomfortable at first because one of Dorothy's allies, Glinda, looks similar to his ex-wife Alma.
  • The men were very surprised when they encountered the Fantastic Four in the Pantheon because Ennis thinks that Sue looks like one of his daughters Alma Jr. grew up. While Sue doesn't have any memory of this, the Fantastic Four still feels extremely sad when heard of the men's story and have been great friends with them, including using the cowboys to educate their kids to not be homophobic and what the harm that trait can bring.
  • The cowboys once ran across the Mystery Gang's Mystery Machine broke down near Brokeback Mountain which is located near their temple. After fixing the van, Ennis is surprised when discovered that Velma looks like one of his old flame Cassie.

    Kosmo and Nova 
Kosmo and Nova, the Co-Patron Saints of Human and Robot Love
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Kosmo (Left) and Nova (Right)
  • Kosmo is a Demigod, while Nova is a Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A male hand holding an electronic metal heart.
  • Theme Song: The trailer music or Main Menu/Nova's Memories music
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral though Nova was created with the intention of being Chaotic Evil.
  • Portfolio: A human falling in love with a robot, A Boy and his Fembot and is attracted to her at first glance, becoming a true couple despite Nova getting blown up at the start, being short yet adorable, Kosmo looking a tad similar to a certain Maxwell, Genuinely loving each other's company despite what the other may do, Speaking in faces
  • Domains: Robots, Love, Space Travel, Collection Missions
  • High Priests: Hideki Motosuwa and Chii
  • Allies: Ratchet and Clank, Wander and Sylvia, Doraemon, WALL-E and EVE, Bastion, Maxwell, Big Band, Captain Olimar, Zenyatta, Jenny Wakeman/XJ- 9
  • Worships: Lenneth Valkyrie
  • Enemies: Sombra, Reaper, Widowmaker, XANA, Love Machine, Junkrat and Roadhog, Relius Clover
  • Nervous Around: Dr Alphys, Sadako Yamamura, The Slenderman, Peacock, Dhuum, The Grand United Alliance of Machines
  • Conflicting opinions: The Immortal God-Emperor Of Mankind
  • Pities and pitied by: Carl Clover
  • The idea of a robot girlfriend sounds like it can lead into some, interesting times to say the least, but however there is always the chance of it leading to one cute romance; hence, Kosmo and Nova. Kosmo was a clumsy beginner space commander whom just happened to run into Nova after she escaped the lab of Dr. Eros, a evil dinosaur, and was used as a shield by her to help her get away with him driving the getaway ship. Kosmo immediately fell in love with her. While it did take some time, Nova did actually begin to return to feelings for him... just in time for Dr. Eros to track her down and blow up the ship they were on, causing Nova's body parts to scatter the universe. Due to Kosmo taking on the role of the Determinator, even with his clumsy style, he managed to not only fully repair her, but also stopped Dr. Eros plan of launching a robot attack on the galaxy. Because of this dedication for a robot he was in love with, the two were chosen to ascend.
    • However, their trip up here wasn't without problem. Some less kinder deities, namely Jinx, spot their ship and saw it as a moving target for them to shoot at, and sent a welcome present to them that she calls the Super Mega Death Rocket! As expected, it exploded on contact, and while Kosmo managed to escape unharmed from the explosion, Nova was once again shattered and destroyed across the Pantheon. While this was enough time for Peacock, Vi and Big Band to catch up with her and arrest her, Kosmo was brought to the verge of tears, but regardless, he picked himself back up and prepared to hunt for her pieces again...
  • Obviously, they tend to stay weary of those who have no problem with destroying or corrupting robots. Good news, they managed to get a restraining order on Junkrat, Roadhog and Jinx, especially the latter after their original encounter. Bad news, those three really don't care much about that restraining order, especially with them within a house they really would like to see blow up. Reasons like this was why they got another temple within the subhouse of Couples Relationships, as the three really don't give a care about what goes on in there, and don't feel like going out of their way just to catch them. They have became great friends with WALL-E and EVE based on their status of showing that robots can love. Also helps that they also are no strangers to space travel.
    • Other spacefarers they encountered were Wander and Sylvia, whom were greatly impressed with the lengths that Kosmo went to save his robotic girlfriend. Meanwhile, Sylvia and Nova found common ground on not only liking the excitement of fighting, with Nova managing to raze Dr. Eros facility to the ground before escaping right after he crafted her, but also for having similar fugitive pasts, with Sylvia being a cold hearted bounty hunter and with Nova being the bounty. Despite the fact Nova is open to the idea of people knowing of her wanted status to the point she proudly hung up wanted posters in her temple, they are rather close friends and can be brushing up on their fighting styles in the House of Fighting and Combat. They also had a run in with Ratchet and Clank, whom were equally impressed at the lengths Kosmo went through. They can be seen talking about their space adventures with each other from time to time.
  • Obviously, the Immortal God-Emperor Of Mankind is VERY conflicted about these two, seeing mainly because he doesn't know whenever to say that Nova should be thankful for a human this loving, or to say that Kosmo is just wasting time with her. Sure he may have a speech communicator, but that doesn't count since it's non-sentient.
    "WAIT, SO, THESE TWO ARE ACTUALLY IN A ROMANTIC RELATIONSHIP WITH EACH OTHER? WHAT THE HELL? THIS IS ACTUALLY A ROMANCE THAT I DON'T THINK SHOULD BE BETTER THAN TWILIGHT. HOLY FUCKING SHIT I NEED TO WASH MY MOUTH OUT WITH ACID AFTER SAYING SUCH AN ATROCIOUS SENTENCE."
  • Dhuum has it out for them, seeing that not only has Nova cheated death by getting repaired after her original defeat, but Kosmo also got revived thanks to a kind skeleton magician helping him craft a spell to revive him. However, he does acknowledge WHY Kosmo went through all the trouble, and thus, settled on killing them at once so they don't have to bare the loss of each other. Coming from Dhuum, this is probably one of the nicer things he's willing to do.
  • Kosmo was requested by Captain Olimar, whom also once dealt with having to collect multiple metallic pieces, but for his ship to escape a planet, for assistance finding his last 4 ship parts. Having been told of the Murkrow den Olimar had trouble with, Kosmo decided to sneak over there while the Murkrows were out to try and get corn from The Farmer, Kosmo looked inside and did indeed find the remaining pieces to Olimar's ship. Unfortunately, before he could do anything about getting them out, the Murkrows came back, angry to see him them. However, upon seeing that he was interested in the ship parts, and that their latest raid failed once more thanks to Fiddlesticks, they decided to settle on a trade of 6 bags of fresh corn for the parts.
    • Kosmo, not having enough money at the time, quickly reported back to Olimar and told them of the deal. Fortunately, Olimar has been sending various treasures he encountered to his home planet for money and was more than willing to pay for it. Using the money and trading system the Pantheon had, Kosmo gained enough funds to buy the corn legally off the farmer and trade it with the Murkrows for the ship parts. Olimar is grateful for Kosmo helping him out, and was able to finally fully repair his ship and travel back to his home planet. He also took a teleporter some gods crafted for him that was connected to his two temples so he can traverse to and from the Pantheon without fear of his ship crashing and stranding him.
  • After a run in with Carl Clover trying to buy some robotic parts, Kosmo and Nova found out about his robotic sister, Ada, and how she was destroyed after the latest BlazBlue game. As crass and crude he was by the end of his adventure and towards them when he first met them, he was certainly interested and impressed by the lengths Kosmo went to in order to save his own robotic companion. As such, they are one of the few people he will at least try and curb his jerkish tendencies for, especially after they offered to help him out repairing her. He's thinking about giving them a list of parts he's gonna need if he ever figures out what he precisely needs to see how serious they are about helping him. Helps that they grew to dislike and find Relius Clover repulsive, having Carl view them more favorably.
  • For some reason, deities keep running up to Kosmo and ask him for outlandish requests, ranging from spawning rocket launchers and other weaponry out of thin out to getting challenged by Ed to sprout the wings of a bat and stomp like a zombie while whistling 'Row, Row, Row your Boat" through a carwash. He eventually discovered that they actually thought he was another deity called Maxwell due to similar looks. He actually met up with Maxwell, who was helping out Ed with just that desire, and became decent enough friends with him. Helps that Maxwell is willing to give Nova weapons to help defend herself in the Pantheon. Still, it's not uncommon for deities to keep confusing Kosmo with Maxwell.
  • Despite the fact that Alphys continuously insists she's not willing to cause trouble, Kosmo and Nova can't help but still feel anxious around her, since the Big Bad of their universe was also a scientist dinosaur called Dr. Eros. Their opinion of her only soured when they found out about her disastrous test subjects from her lab. To her credit though, she didn't actively tried to harm the test subjects that turned into the Amalgamates, and eventually confessed, but it still rubs them the wrong way.
    • They also tend to not stay around much whenever Peacock and Vi show up to try and help out, namely because they can only barely stop once they get started fighting, leading to collateral damage that some other chaotic deities could only dream about. They are much more appreciative of Big Band with his less violent approaches. Meanwhile, Big Band admitted that even when he came from, he wouldn't suspect a human and a robot to fall in love with each other.
  • Nova is rather popular with other robot deities, namely Bastion and Zenyatta, whom also Grew Beyond Their Programming and became peace loving robots. They also warned her of other deities that would like to hack her or destroy her, namely the ascended Talon members, Reaper, Widowmaker and Sombra. She's also keeping a watchful eye out for Love Machine and XANA, but thankfully, they made it no secret that they have bigger fish to fry (or in this case, more powerful robots to deal with).
    • However, XANA did actually try to cause trouble for them once after he got reminded of a certain Jeremie Belpois and a supposed AI called Aelita, and sent some of his mooks their way as a way of relieving stress. Due to being a expert gunslinger, Nova managed to hold off his mooks for long enough before XANA's in universe enemies came in to deal with them for Kosmo and Nova. XANA is still interested in them, but realizes that the popularity they gained would keep have any more sequential attack he sends their way get intercepted and defeated quickly. As such, he's still thinking of what to do next with them.
  • Due to Kosmo and Nova watching a tape with a creepy girl coming out of a well, the two are beyond surprised to see that Sadako Yamamura actually not only exists, but are more than willing to try and off them, given that they watched a tape that an Expy of hers starred in, which is good enough for her to try and kill. Thankfully, they met another ghost girl by the name of Erma whom is willing to call off Sadako, even using force if she has to. For now, Sadako has taken the hint, and Kosmo and Nova are quite thankful for her helping them.
  • The Grand Ultimate Alliance Of Machines is... befuddled by them. On the one hand, they really don't care about machinae supremacy, their number one rule, but on the other hand, they find the idea of a human dating a machine, rather ideal for their dream world. As such, the Council Members, as suggested by Roboking, to just keep a watchful eye on them to see how dedicated Kosmo is to Nova.
  • They were actually quite surprised to find a ally in XJ-9 right within their own subtemple with Kosmo getting reminded of the robots whom helped him get Nova's heart back from Dr. Eros. Jenny is also equally shocked with delight at the idea of a Fembot and a human dating, given that she tried to date several humans within her own universe, given the whole teenage robot thing and all that. It's not uncommon to find Nova and Jenny trading tips and tricks about their own robot bodies.

    Mizuki Suzushiro and Takeru Ichimonji 
Mizuki Suzushiro and Takeru Ichimonji, Divine Couple of Romance After Gender Bending (Takeru: Mr. Gorilla)
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Mizuki with middle length hair
Mizuki's current appearance
  • Rank: Demideities
  • Symbol: A superposed Mars and Venus sign with a heart in the middle.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Domains: Childhood Friends who became romantically involved after Mizuki's gender was switched, Large guy and small girl pairing, Formerly a manly guy and sensitive guy duo, Very nice people, Tends to have lewd fantasies , Strongly resembling their respective parents, Official Couple
  • Domains: Gender, Love, Change, Realization
  • Herald: Yumeko Fujiwara
  • Allies: Loki, Thor, Odin, Alm and Celica, Lie Ren and Nora Valkyrie, Kanji Tatsumi and Naoto Shirogane, The Villager, Tippi, Noel Vermillion, Tsubaki Yayoi, Makoto Nanaya,Yuya Sakaki and Yuzu Hiragi, Chihiro Fujisaki
  • Enemies: The Terraformars, The Crimson Court, Stratos
  • Pities: Scarlett O'Hara, Robert I Baratheon (Mizuki only)
  • Opposed by: Segata Sanshiro (Takeru only)
  • Mizuki and Takeru were two male high school students who have been closer than brothers ever since they were kids. Things may have stayed that way forever if an utterly bored Loki, who bore the appearance of a young girl, didn't become interested in the very feminine Mizuki and messing with his life. The Norse deity transformed Mizuki into a girl. Takeru found himself attracted to his now female childhood friend, a fact which he was very conflicted about and did his best to suppress. Things became only more complicated when Mizuki began to also feel attracted to Takeru, causing her to outright go in denial. Several months of complicated teenage drama and self-discovery ensued, which concluded with Loki giving a choice to Mizuki: stay as a girl forever or go back to being a girl. Mizuki realized she was far happier as a girl, and so chose to stay that way. Soon after this, she confessed to Takeru and the two officially became a couple.
  • After returning to the Pantheon from this escapade, Loki actually found themselves missing the two, who they grew attached too. So when they left that world, they made sure to 'accidentally' leave the portal open between the Pantheon and it, ensuring that the couple would stumble into it. The confused teenagers were soon welcomed by some understanding deities who, after looking at their history, proposed to the court they ascend as representative of Romance After Gender Bending.
  • Naturally, Loki often hangs out with Mizuki and 'Mr. Gorilla' in female form, mostly to mess with the couple they kinda sorta set up. To say the two are conflicted about what she did would be an understatement (especially since Takeru didn't learn she was responsible for Mizuki's change until he entered the Pantheon) but they do see her as a friend if a really annoying one. Mizuki is even ultimately grateful to Loki for helping her realize what she wanted to be. The latter's response to that gratitude is typically to blush, avert eye contact and say that it's not like she did that for anything but to have fun. Nevertheless, the God of Trickery is very protective against anyone else who would mess with the two.
  • Odin and Thor went over to them to apologize for the trouble Loki put them trough. Again, Mizuki had to reassure them that while it was indeed a very harrowing experience at first, she's very happy with the change now. Though she was confused by the fact that Thor was much bigger than the first time she met him. The God of Thunder sheepishly replied that this was a 'slow day' for him. After this meeting, the two Norse gods decided to let Loki continue to have fun with Mizuki and Takeru because the couple seems to be a positive influence on her.
  • Tough their circumstances are a fair bit odder than most, they relate to and get along well with other pairs of childhood friends who became romantically involved, like Alm and Celica or Lie Ren and Nora Valkyrie. Takeru and Nora particularly empathize about being unable to confess their feelings for their respective best friends for a long time. They also get along well with another childhood friend couple, Yuya Sakaki and Yuzu Hiiragi, who even though they themselves haven't gone past just friendship yet, do support Mizuki and Takeru in theirs.
  • Because of father's strict upbringing, Mizuki had for the longest time a complex about being seen as masculine, which led to her being ashamed of her more feminine interests like plushies and women's clothing. She formed a friendship with Kanji Tatsumi, who had to deal with similar problems. The latter is more than happy to make stuffed animals for her. Mizuki similarly gets along well with Naoto Shirogane since much like her, she felt ashamed of her feminine qualities due to her family heritage and upbringing. Takeru also likes hanging out with Kanjiand is trying to encourage him to confess his feelings to Naoto. As an aside, Mizuki finds Teddie absolutely adorable, but any attempt by the bear to 'score' with her has been met with a sharp glare from Takeru
  • Due to sharing their respective hobbies of bug catching and fishing, the Villager like hanging out and visiting the more nature-filled parts of the Pantheon with the couple. Some passerby deities have noted that it makes them look like a happy family, much t the embarrassment of the two teenagers.
  • They seem to have a strangely high tolerance for Aikuro Mikisugi's stripping antics. They explained that one of their friends back home also had a very infuriating tendency to strip down to his underwear, so they're used to this by now. They still made it clear that Mikisugi trying to be too touchy-feely would result in a beatdown.
  • On one of their first days in the House of Love, they happened to see a butterfly shining with all the colors of the rainbow. Immediately enamored, Mizuki proceeded to catch it. She and Takeru were of course very surprised when it began to shout in protest. It turned out that the butterfly was, in fact, Tippi, who didn't find being caught by an insect enthusiast again amusing at all. Thankfully, after she calmed down, she understood that Mizuki didn't mean any harm, and approve of her happy relationship with Takeru.
  • Upon hearing about Mizuki, the Military Academy students Noel Vermillion, Tsubaki Yayoi, and Makoto Nanaya were reminded of their good friend Mai Natsume, who was also forcefully changed into a girl but eventually embraced her new gender. So they went over to meet her and Takeru and quickly befriended them. Makoto's energetic behavior especially reminded them of Takeru's little sister. Noel thought about offering Mizuki a spot in the League of Flat Chests but quickly changed her mind when she learned that the former boy was still growing.
    • Mizuki is good friends with Chihiro Fujisaki, another feminine-looking boy who got severely bullied for it. She does feel happy that Chihiro is aiming to make himself feel stronger soon and proposed to teach him Aikido, but he replied he'd rather train under another boy. So she convinced Takeru to begin teaching him judo.
  • Mizuki Only:
    • After she learned that other deities in the pantheons had experience in gender-bending, Mizuki was interested in meeting them. Of course, people like Natsuru Senou, Souji Mitsuka and Souta Kishibe can switch genders at will and identify firmly as male, but she still easily befriended them. She's even thinking about wearing her hair in twin tails thanks to Souji's suggestion. By contrast, Ranma Saotome avoids her because a boy choosing to be a girl forever disturbs him a bit.
    • She gets along well with transpeople like Poison and the Chevalier D'Eon. As far as they're concerned, she's also a transgirl, it just took her body changing before she realized it. At first, she was a bit weirded out by the fact that Bowsette coexists with her 'male self' and that Yubel possesses both sexes, but she also quickly warmed up to them. Yubel, in particular, approve of Mizuki's relationship with her childhood friend.
    • She befriended another person who has to face a similar choice to her in Kuroumaru Tokisaka, whose race choose their gender at sixteen. She wholeheartedly supports their crush on Touta, no matter what their choice end up being.
    • Despite her frail appearance, Mizuki is actually a master in the Aikido style passed through her family. In the pantheon, she met with fellow aikido practitioner Tenko Chabashira. Surprisingly, the Ultimate Aikido Master doesn't really mind that she used to be a boy and readily spar with her. This has much to do with the fact that she's prone to gush over Mizuki's cuteness. Of course, she gives the stink eye to Takeru when he comes to see his girlfriend after their sparring sessions.
    • Mizuki adore bugs and one of her favorite hobbies is collecting them. As such, she rushed towards the House of Insects when she heard about its existence. She wasn't disappointed, to say the least, and quickly befriended the good and neutral-aligned members of the house. She particularly adores Mothra and often catches a ride on the Kaiju. Of course, she avoids going near the Evil-aligned insect deities, but she can't help but find their appearance cool. Except for the Terraformars, who looks nothing like actual bugs. She's just plain scared of them.
      • Other buglike deities she tries her best avoid are the Crimson Court, who has been hounding her out of interest in tasting the blood of a gender-bent person, and Stratos of the Sumeragi Swordsmen after she nearly got devoured by what she thought were ordinary flies.
      • Of course, this means that she became great friends with fellow bug-lovers Agitha, Sig, Dr. Grissom, and Shino Aburame, though she finds the latter raising insects in his body to be creepy. They talk at length about what kind of bugs they like and have been thinking about forming an entomology club.
    • Even when she was a boy, Mizuki was interested in wearing girl clothing, tough very much in denial about it. Now that she fully accepted who she is, she has been thinking about trying out more outfits and so went to visit the group known as Dressed for Divinity. She was very warmly received by the designers there, who love working on such a beautiful and petite lady. Of course, she's grateful for their services, but she still finds being doted upon so much to be embarrassing.
    • Mizuki used to have a crush on her classmate Yumeko Fujiwara. However, shortly before her final choice, she realized that rather than really loving Fujiwara, she admired and felt drawn to her femininity. Because of this, she feels sympathy towards others who loved what they saw in people and not the person themselves, like Scarlett O'Hara and Robert Baratheon. Despite that, she feels those two are too unpleasant for her liking. She gets along much better with Jay Gatsby, even tough his misguided affection had a much worse result than hers.
    • Cinderella was interested in meeting Mizuki after learning the latter played her in a school play. The two became fast friends owing to their shared kind personalities.
  • Takeru only:
    • Thanks to his dad being a fisherman, Takeru's favorite food is fish, which he likes to catch himself. He gets along well with fellow fisherman Big the Cat, and the two often relax together while fishing. Sometimes Link joins these fishing sessions.
    • He also grew interested in Gon after he learned that he actually fights with his fishing rod and once caught a huge fish that was called the "Master of the Lake". Tough Gon doesn't fish must these days, he still sometime join Takeru. Upon seeing Gon's friend Kurapika, he joked that he should be careful to not wake up as a girl.
    • One time he was fishing along with Mizuki, he happened to catch a clownfish. Unfortunately, it turned out that the fish was Marvin, who immediately screamed in fear. After the initial shock, Takeru released him and promptly asked for forgiveness. At least, until Mizuki remembered something she learned at an aquarium and tried to ask Marvin about the natural gender-switching of clownfishes. This made the fish promptly leave. Things went better when he met Dory under similar circumstances. The blue tang doesn't hold anything against him for his honest mistake, though it's probably partly because she completely forgot about it.
    • He's part of his high school's judo club, and so was interested in meeting another judo-practicing god by the name of Segata Sanshiro. The meeting quickly degenerated when Takeru admitted that he never even touched a Sega Saturn. He survived the explosive judo throw that ensued but has avoided Segata like the plaque since then.
  • "But now I realized, I can't be like you. You are you and I am me. Up until now, I've tried my best to ignore my own words and feelings. But it's time to stop, and I get that, so... I'll use my own words now. I like you too."

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