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Greater Gods

    The Scourge 
The Scourge, The Unholy Army of Fearless Undead (Undead Scourge, Scourge Army)
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The Scourge Army
  • Greater Deities by sheer numbers.
  • Symbol: The Crest of the Scourge
  • Theme Song: Undead Theme (Warcraft III)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Dem Bones, Evil Is Deathly Cold, Hive Mind, The Necrocracy, The Plague, Religion of Evil, The Undead, Zombie Apocalypse
  • Domains: Undeath, Corruption, Infestation, Evil, Fear, Decay
  • Leaders: Arthas Menethil (The Lich King), Bolvar Fordragon (The other former Lich King)
  • Notable Members: Kel'thuzad, Anub'arak, Sindragosa, Stitches
  • Allies: Zhaitan, Undying, The Night's King, Zarok, Oryx
  • Enemies: All ascended deities from Azeroth (with special mention to Sylvanas Windrunner and Sargeras), The House of Demons, Every single Zombie Apocalypse Survivor, Every deity from Westeros, Artix Von Krieger, Sir Daniel Fortesque, Goliath, Gunvolt, Meridia
  • The fearless and chaotic Scourge was created by the Burning Legion in order to take control over Azeroth but eventually they broke free from their demonic masters. Perhaps considered one of the biggest threats in the world of azeroth, the ascension of the Scourge army was a catastrophic event in the pantheon were many pantheon residents were assaulted by the relentless undead, the GUAG had to use their best men to handle the bigger threats and the pantheon was thrown into a world of chaos for the ensuing days. It was all planned by Arthas, who now having his armies in the pantheon made him a lot more menacing and dangerous than before and though that he could finally take over the pantheon, until Bolvar stepped in and assumed control of half of the undead forces, who later started fighting each other until they were finally relocated to a temple. Arthas didn't expect that Bolvar would still have the Lich King influence and caused a huge unforeseen problem for him.
  • The temple they resides is a recreation of Northrend, complete with an Icecrown Citadel like castle in the middle. Because of the presence of two different Lich Kings, there has been some inner civil war between the undead, who are torn between following Arthas or Bolvar. The pantheon denizens are relieved that for now, the Scourge won't cause another problem as big as their initial ascension and a few theorize that Bolvar is causing the infighting to protect the rest of the pantheon from the wrath of the Scourge.
  • The Scourge has a wide array of creatures at their disposal. Ranging from reanimated corpses, Ghouls, Liches and Spirits to bigger and more dangerous creatures like reanimated Nerubians, Darkfallen, Abominations, Obsidian Destroyers and Frost Wyrms. The Scourge's influence even extended way before the whole faction was given a stronghold, as certain key figures like Kel'thuzad, Anub'arak and Sindragosa were all raised by Arthas.
  • Many of the resident of the House of Undead have mixed opinions on the Scourge. On one side, some welcome them with open arms, willing to join their ranks and bolster their strength. Others, mostly the good-aligned ones, want nothing to do with them and their everpresence in said house has become a recurring problem, since they tend to overrun the House. The one that took the most issue witht them was Sylvanas Windrunner, since she no longer is under the Lich King influence, she and the rest of the Forsaken have made an effort to vanquish all traces of scourge they find.
  • Sargeras was less than thrilled to see Kil'jaeden's puppet army ascend. The Scourge and the Burning Legion have been notoriously in conflict ever since Ner'zhul decided to betray the Deceiver after Archimonde suffered a defeat at Mount Hyjal and the undead's hatred for the Burning Legion also extends to demons, be it evil or even the good-aligned demons, the Scourge will spare none.
  • It was logical that deities that hail from a Zombie Apocalypse setting would be at odds with the Scourge, not to mention that a great part of them serve Arthas. The fact that their ranks extend far beyond the normal humanoid undead have made some hesitant to tackle the Scourge head on and would only engage them if they would attack them otherwise. One notable deity who came into conflict with the Scourge that wasn't tied to the aforementioned deities was Gunvolt, having been tasked to retrieve something from their temple that would prove valuable to several of his allies and having had his own experience fighting undead, he was up to the task but the mission was not a pleasant one to him. Since then he has remained a priority target for Arthas and the Scourge.
  • Seems like outside of the constant civil war between the side that obeys Arthas and the side that listens to Bolvar, a select few have seen a more unofficial leader in the form of Oryx. The Taken King, besides feeling a similar role as the Lich King (royal title aside) has also shown interest in the power of the Scourge's relentless forces and even considered trying to "take" a few of the more elite forces. Given his ties to Kel'thuzad, Oryx prefers to side with Arthas' Scourge and doing so alarmed the Guardians, who in a way act as liches for their faction and the Scourge have been interested in raising a few of them to their side, with the Scourge's alliance with the Taken King being the cherry on top for their emnity.
  • Several have noted similarities between the Scourge and the White Walkers, so it was only natural that the Night's King would also take interest in this undead army. And similarly to Oryx before, his connection with Arthas made him easier to side with him as the true Lich King and cast Bolvar out as a faker. Several deities from Westeros were horrified to learn that the Scourge not only allied themselves with the White Walkers, but they could be even more dangerous given that their ranks have creatures they have never encountered before.
  • It was only natural that an uncontrollable army of the dead would be the number one enemy of the deities that despise the undead, chief among them being Artix von Krieger who smites the undead without hesitation but even him was overwhelmed by the Scourge's sheer might and had to fall back and plan a counter-attack with his fellow comrades in the GUAG Sacred Knights in order to stand a chance. He even considered siding with Bolvar in order to bring down Arthas knowing that at the least, A Lighter Shade of Black would be preferable than Arthas taking full control again.
    • Things took an unexpected turn once Meridia entered the picture. As a Daedric Prince, she is an almighty force no different from the likes of Sargeras that enslaved the Scourge before. But her sheer hatred for the undead was enough for her to step up and try to destroy the Scourge herself. Although she made quick work of most the units, she lacked any means to put down the Lich King and the fact that she didn't care about Bolvar either (who held control of the other half of the Scourge) made it harder to erradicate the undead. While the Dawnbreaker almost did the trick and similar to the Ashbringer, managed to destroy Frostmourne momentarily, she had to retreat since that only made the Scourge even more relentless. She hasn't backed down on trying to end them but has stopped engaging them in combat by herself in order to find a more permanent solution.
  • One notable undead deity that has tried to defy the Scourge is Sir Daniel Fortesque, motivated by the fact that Zarok, his Arch-Enemy, has made a truce with the Scourge in order to gain more power and conquer the Pantheon. For how silly he looks, he proved to be quite effective at slaying several armies, even managing to take down a few Frost Wyrms by himself. In fact, Sir Dan was intrumental in Artix's Anti-Scourge team after they tried to invade the House of Heroism and since then the Scourge have tried to sway him to their side numerous times, only to fail every single time given Dan's heroic spirit.
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Intermediate Gods

    Guy Shishioh 
Guy Shishioh, God of Courage (Evoluder, God of Destruction, World's Strongest Cyborg)
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Lesser Gods

    Inaho Kaizuka 
Inaho Kaizuka, The God with Nerves of Steel (Nao-kun, Orange, Eggs, Inaho Jensen, Solid Inaho, Scrambled Eggs, Inahole
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Orange Slepnir
  • Alignment: True Neutral, Neutral Good in 2nd Season.
  • Portfolio: The Stoic, Awesome by Analysis, Guile Hero, The inability to emote, Surviving after being shot in the eye, Having an unknown mental disorder.
  • Domains: Mecha, Emotions (lack of)
  • Allies: Heero Yuy, Rei Ayanami, Aila Jyrkiäinen, Trowa Barton, Setsuna F Seirei, Kai Kitamura.
  • He ascended after encountering Mako Mankanshoku and managing to not bat an eyelash at her signature rants.
  • The other alliances have more reason to fear the color orange, as Inaho now joins Naruto, Aang, and Goku in the ranks of ultimate orange-clad asskickers. He probably terrifies people more, as he is not the World's Strongest Man, and yet is highly adept at discovering weaknesses and exploiting them with calm ruthlessness.
  • Despite Urobuchi's involvement in his series the Urobutcher has claimed that Inaho is not his subordinate.
  • He has been targeted by the Trollkaigers in an attempt to break him in an attempt to get him to react and are currently staging a kidnapping with the help of Vaas. Fortunately for him, he has managed to push them back everytime with some help with the same apathetic look across his features.
    • The Trollkaigers were so frustrated they demanded that he gives a fuck. He replies by whispering no.
  • He has been compared Jermiah Gottwald, thanks to their orange motifs near death and cybernetic implants. Other than that they couldn't be more different as he is downright emotionless and the latter is very bombastic.
    • He has also been compared to Solid/Old Snake and Adam Jensen as well only because of the implants.
  • He thought he had heard his sister after he ascended but it turned out to be Erza instead.
  • He finds it strange how Harry Potter sounds very similar to Slaine and he's tried to analyze it with his cybernetic eye to little success.
  • Has an odd friendship with Kai Kitamura, another badass mecha pilot who specializes in using mook-level units to humble superior opponents.

    Kirin Toudou 
Kirin Toudou, Goddess of Overcoming Fears (Lightning Blade Speed, Gusting Wind, Bladed Thunder, Seidokan's rank #1)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Symbol: Kirin's Senbakiri
  • Portfolio: Not Afraid of You Anymore, Lightning Bruiser, Shrinking Violet, Fights Like a Normal, Proper Tights with a Skirt, Nice Girl, Curtains Match the Windows, Badass Normal, It Is Dehumanising, Fangirl
  • Domains: Courage, Combat, Power
  • Allies: Ayato Amagiri, Julis Riessfeld, Ikki Kurogane, Orie Paladia, Genji Shimada, Sakura, Usalia, Itsuki Inubozaki, Morgiana, Richard, Simba, Kurumi Ebisuzawa, Satoko Houjou, Yoshino
  • Enemies: Ghetsis, Jack Horner, Gaea, Tartarus
  • Like all Genestella, Kirin has enhanced physical ability that give her an edge in a fight, yet despite this, Kirin chooses to fight with a regular katana rather than a Lux. Despite this, Kirin's not to be underestimated by those who're also skilled in a fight as Kirin didn't get the name Lightning Blade Speed or become Seidokan's strongest fighter for being sluggish in a fight.
  • When she was a little girl, Kirin and her father were attacked by a mugger and Kirin's father was forced to kill the man. Normally, he would've gotten lesser charges for killing in self-defense, but since Kirin's dad was a Genestella, he recieved a much longer imprisonment sesntence.
    • Prior to meeting Ayato, Kirin was forced to become a student at Seidokan and forced to become a tool used by her uncle so she could get her father out of prison and in return, Kirin's uncle wold use her so he could join Seidokan's Administrative Board. Not long after meeting Ayato, she gained the courage to stand up to her uncle so she could free her father from prison with her own power.
  • Due to her fighting with a normal weapons amongst people with Laser Blade's and Elemental Powers, Kirin became fast friends with Ikki Kurogane who's forced to rely on physical prowess because of his low magical talent.
  • Not long after making her past about her uncle using her known, it wasn't long before Kirin struck up a frienship with Richard and Simba who also had less-than-amoral uncles. However, unlike Richard and Simba's uncles, Kouichirou needed to use Kirin to further his own goals.
  • According to many deities who've seen Kirin's fights, they've described her fighting as a marvel to behold as Kirin's Combo-centric swordsmanship combined with her agility and speed make her a marvel to see in action. Kirin quickly became good friends with fellow combo specialist Orie Paladia.
  • One time when Kirin went to the house of personal appearance, Kirin was approached by Morgiana who had heard that Kirin was used like a tool for a long time before being freed by their friends, and it wasn't long before they hit off a friendship.
  • Not long after ascending, Kirin noticed that there were a few other cute goddess who are experienced with combat and also sound like Kirin such as Kurumi Ebisuzawa, Itsuki Inubozaki and Sakura.
  • Regardless of what her family name might tell you, Kirin is not related to Tohka Toudou.
  • While Kirin is a very kind and Adorkable girl, one way to easily anger her is to make it known that you'll use your own family for selfish gains. Bonus points if you enjoy using your family. The last poor sod who did this had Kirin's Senbakiri at his throat faster than he could say I Have No Son!.
  • On one occasion when Kirin took a trip to the house of combat, and after Kirin had a sparring match with one Genji Shimada because she was interested in clashing swords with someone for the sake of some training.
    • One rousing swordfight later, and Genji told Kirin that he had heard that she was forced to be used as a tool by her uncle so he could climb the corporate ladder so Genji divulged to her that his clan's elders had ordered his brother to have him killed because Genji didn't want to be boss of a Yakuza clan. After Genji told Kirin about his past, they became good friends thanks to their shared swordfighting skills and strained familial relations.
  • It's not uncommon to see Kirin getting along well with Satoko Houjou and Usalia as they both had to develop courage so they could confront their uncle and tormentor respectively.
  • Kirin also became friends with Yoshino, who faced the same problems until becoming a better person through her friends. They are surprisingly comfortable with one another and enjoy noticing the similarities between Shido and Ayato. Kirin also encouraged Yoshino to be more proactive in fights, even though Yoshino still prefers to remain in a support role.
  • Let out Tears of Joy after hearing that Ayato had finally ascended. She quickly ran to him and hugged him... then she grabbed his head and rubbed it against her chest, all the while promising to stay by his side forever, much to Ayato's embarassment and the amusement of many gods nearby.

    Oberyn Martell 
Oberyn Nymeros Martell, God of Doomed Moral Victors (The Red Viper of Dorne, Prince of Dorne, The Man Who Fucked Half of Westeros - by Tyrion)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbols: The Sigil Of House Martell: A Blazing Sun And A Spear. Alternatively, His Spear Coated With Poison
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good mixed with Knight Templar
  • Portfolio: Arch-Enemy To Gregor Clegane And The Lannisters, Will Screw Anything That Moves, Chick Magnet, Studied at The Citadel And Is An Expert On Poisons, His Weapon of Choice Is The Spear, Combat Pragmatist, Dashing Dornish, The Expy To Inigo Montoya, Heartbroken Badass Regarding His Sister And Her Children, Hot-Blooded, Master Poisoner, Famous For Screwing Half Of Westeros According To Tyrion, Reasonable Authority Figure
  • Domains: Bisexuality, Poisons, Vengeance, Spears
  • Heralds: His Eldest Daughters, Obara, Nymeria, and Tyene Sand (his eldest daughters), Ellaria Sand (his paramour)
  • Allies:
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  • Odd Friendship: with Poison Ivy, Isabella Valentine
  • Opposed By: Bruce Wayne/Batman (due to Oberyn eyeing Selina and Talia), Johnny Cage (due to Oberyn eyeing his ex-wife and daughter), Chris Redfield and Jago (due to Oberyn eyeing their respective sisters and Chris' partner), Geralt of Rivia (due to Oberyn eyeing Triss and Yennefer), Kitana (due to Oberyn eyeing Liu Kang), Zeus (for having bastard children who are not trying to kill him)
  • Oberyn Martell had met a gruesome end at the hands of Gregor Clegane during Tyrion's trial by combat. But in some cases, one's end is but a beginning in disguise. He comes to inside Daenerys' temple, where he is greeted by the aforementioned sister-in-law, who has notified him of his ascension to the Pantheon. Oberyn also apologized to Dany's herald, Tyrion Lannister, for failing to win in his trial by combat. The Imp was a good sport over it, seeing as how he managed to get Tywin in the end. Oberyn listened in satisfaction as to how Tyrion proved with a crossbow that in the end, Tywin Lannister really can't shit gold.
  • He was not pleased to see Eddard Stark in the Pantheon, but as Dany pointed out, no Stark had murdered her family, of which Oberyn had grudgingly conceded that point to her. That and he was horrified over the deaths of Elia and her children. Even though he dislikes Ned Stark, even he was appalled over the Red Wedding, which resulted in the deaths of his son, wife, daughter-in-law and unborn grandchild.
  • Is outright pissed upon finding out that not only Tywin Lannister is in the Pantheon, but also the man who killed both Elia and himself, Gregor Clegane. Oberyn wants payback at a later date.
  • Oberyn actually mistaken Arthas Menethil for his late brother-in-law, Rhaegar Targaryen, due to the both of them looking the same.
  • The Dornish was pleased to hear of Oberyn's ascension, none more so than his elder brother, Doran Martell. Many, many tears were shed as Ellaria Sand and the Sand Snakes were reunited with Oberyn inside his temple, a replica of the Water Gardens.
  • While Oberyn is on good terms with King Leonidas, he is somewhat uneasy around his wife, Queen Gorgo. Probably because of her uncanny resemblance to Cersei Lannister. Leonidas does chastise him on his performance against Gregor Clegane, while his skills with the spear are indeed formidable, that he let his desire to avenge Elia and her children, override his pragmatism, which led to his mortal demise.
  • He is known as "the man who fucked half of Westeros," by Tyrion. An infamous womanizer, it's said that he can talk a septa out of her robes (thus, the rumor going around that Septa Lemore is the mother of Tyene Sand). However, his attempts to woo several of the female deities has raised the ire of some of their male counterparts. Johnny Cage is one, due to Oberyn's...interest in Sonya and Cassie. The same can be said in regards to Chris Redfield and Jago in regards to their respective sisters, and in Chris' partner. And there's Geralt of Rivia. His two ladies are off-limits...although Oberyn is impressed with the fact that Triss and Yennefer are both with The Witcher. There are others, but even Oberyn has his limits.
  • Both Oberyn and his high priestess/paramour are very popular in the House of Lust's many brothels. Whenever the Red Viper shows up, it's going to be a good day. It's also how he met Kratos and Aphrodite. The two men ended up bonding over the loss of their respective families...and the fact that Zeus is a tool.
  • Also spends time at the House of Toxicity as his area of expertise is poison. It's also one of the reasons why he has a glasshouse inside his temple, as he is busy creating and improving on various poisons. It's also through his love of poisons, that he is friends with Poison Ivy. Had it not been for the fact that Ivy was a walking bioweapon, Oberyn would have given her the Dornish what-for.
  • Sees Inigo Montoya as both an ally and a worthy opponent. Tyene thinks that the Spanish master swordfighter is hot. Her sisters both know that this isn't going to end well.
  • Say what you want about Oberyn, but despite having bastard children, he does take responsibility for them. One particular incident involved his eldest daughter, Obara Sand. When Oberyn came to retrieve her from her mother, an Oldtown prostitute, the Red Viper pulls a Ogami Itto and gives Obara two choices: Her mother's tears or the spear. Obara chose the latter. Mom drank herself to death shortly thereafter.
  • For some reason, the DC gods have trouble telling him from Maxwell Lord. Oberyn was fast to assure them that he and Lord are different people, and for his part, is disturbed by the depravities his alleged lookalike carried out.
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    Sanada Yukimura 
Sanada Yukimura, God of Final Battle To Death (Sanada Nobushige, Sanada Genjirou Yukimura, Japan's No. 1 Soldier, The Tiger of Kai's Young Cub, The Red Tiger, Spear of Divine Rule, Scorpio)
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Demigods

    James Henry Trotter 
James Henry Trotter, the God who's Not Afraid Anymore
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  • Demigod (Lesser God during his trip in the peach)
  • Symbol: A Giant Peach
  • Alightment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolios: Heartwarming Orphan, Being a Gender-Flipped Cinderella, Losing his parents to a rhino, and sent to live with his evil aunts, Overcoming his fears, Calling the Evil Aunts Out, Happily Adopted by the bugs, Art Shift from Live-Action to Stop-Motion
  • Domains: Orphans, Dreams, Bugs, Courage, Family
  • Allies: His Bug Friends, Jack Skellington, Madeline, Cinderella, Satoko Houjou, Carrie White, N, Aqua, Gardevoir (Friendship) and Gallade, Candy White.
  • Enemies: Lady Tremaine, Ghetsis
  • James lost his parents to a rhinoceros when he was very little (or so he believed), and was forced to live with his evil aunts, Spiker and Sponge. How wicked did James described them? Let's just say Lady Tremaine is a saintnote  compared to how cruel they were towards him.
    • At age seven, James accidently revived an old peach tree with some crocodile tongues he got from a mysterious man, which produced a single peach that grew into the size of a house. Some bugs were also affected by the magic of the tongues, and they recruited James to help him escape. The peach was cut free, and the group would soon fly to New York City using seagulls to carry the peach west.
    • What caused James to ascend into the pantheon is that he initially feared his wicked aunts and the rhino that (supposedly) killed his parents. He finally overcame his fears of them out of his newfound friendship towards his bug friends, whom he considers family, and defeated the rhino by telling it "I'm Not Afraid of You". But when he tried the same towards his aunts, they turned Ax-Crazy and outright tried to kill him, though his bug friends saved him. Aqua is proud of James for showing such bravery.
  • Because of their own similar backgrounds, James has shown his kindness towards N, Cinderella, Satoko, Candy, and Carrie, and tells them You Are Not Alone. The six are considering on banding together to fight against abusive guardians.
  • For this reason, James has complete hatred towards Lady Tremaine and Ghetsis for being such horrible step-parents.
  • James didn't know what to say about Jack Skellington when they met in the pantheon, considering Jack (and several undead pirates) once tried to kill Mr. Centipede because he stole a compass. Turns out that Jack was only there to recruit the pirates for that year's Halloween festivities, and while he was napping, the compass was stolen. Jack through that Mr. Centipede was hostile, explaining why they attacked the group, and if they had just asked, they would be glad to give it to them. The two are on good terms now, since the misunderstanding has been cleared.
  • James has also bonded with Madeline over their bravery through hardships, and their status as Heartwarming Orphans (though Madeline might not be an orphan). It helps that their settings are in the 1930s (or 1950s), and have family-like ties with other beings.
  • James cannot stand the evil deities of the Insects section of the House of Beasts, claiming that they give other bugs, including his adoptive family, a bad name.

    Raleigh Becket and Mako Mori 
Raleigh Becket and Mako Mori, God and Goddess of Warrior Humanity and Neural Bridges
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    Shimazu Toyohisa 
Shimazu Toyohisa, God of Fearless Fools (The Brat of the Battlefield)
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Toyohisa in his younger, more eager days 
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The Shimazu clan symbol
  • Theme Song: Gospel of the Throttle
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Absurdly Sharp Blade, Anti-Hero, BFS, Blood Knight, Brilliant, but Lazy, Combat Pragmatist, Covered with Scars, Fearless Fool, Honor Before Reason, Humble Hero, Idiot Hero, Japanese Language, Katanas Are Just Better, Magnetic Hero, Not Afraid to Die, Off with His Head!, Rousing Speech, Samurai, Shut Up, Hannibal!, Sword and Gun
  • Domains: Samurai, Slaughter, War, Samurai Swords
  • Allies: The Fortress Dwarves, Alucard, Seras Victoria, Joseph Joestar
  • Enemies: The Wendigos, the Left 4 Dead Zombies, Stitches, Millenium
  • Rivals: Samurai Jack
  • Ascended by managing to take over Orte, defending it from an Ends siege, and nearly defeating an End, all within the same battle no less.
  • Toyohisa is a samurai from the early 1600s that was transported to a "new world" by a mysterious stranger. In this new world exists elves, dwarves, dragons, orcs, kobolds, and every sort of fantasy race imaginable. It is later revealed that this world is plunged into a war between the Drifters, historically significant people, like Toyohisa, who appeared in this world from different timelines, and the Ends, monsters and people like the Drifters, but have been corrupted by the traumatic events of their past and turned to evil.
    • In this world, Toyohisa teams up with the famous daimyo Oda Nobunaga and the archer Nasu Yoichi to take over this new world, become the new rulers, and defeat the Ends. Well, Nobunaga wants to be the ruler. Toyohisa just wants to fight people.
    • Despite actually being a tactical genius, he's incredibly reckless and often heads into battle without much of a plan. Despite this, he's managed to take down small armies all by himself with little effort.
  • Even with his tactical strategy of a high-ranking general, he still thinks of himself as just a warrior in a battlefield, not worthy of the title of a general. Many citizens of the House of War are annoyed by Toyohisa for squandering his tactical genius for being a simple soldier.
  • Often visits the House of Combat to fight against the other citizens. He surprisingly puts up a good fight against a few of them despite being a demigod.
  • Quite happy to see that there are dwarves in the Pantheon, and the dwarves give him a lot of respect for being able to wipe out armies with, what they consider, a flimsy sword. He often visits them to eat and share stories.
  • Good friends with Joseph Joestar. They both enjoy each other's laidback and trickster nature. Sometimes they fight for the fun of it and put up pretty good fights.
  • A few of the citizens of the House of Otherness are either afraid of him or hate him for his slaughter of many monsters when he was in the New World, and Toyohisa was just as angry when he found out that there were entire pantheons dedicated to monsters. Though he learned to accept some of them as time went on, that didn't stop the other few that still hate him.
    • The Wendigos were pretty surprised that Toyohisa was incredibly hard to instill fear into. Despite this, they still put up a fair fight for him as they nearly ended up killing each other. Toyohisa still managed to come out victorious in the end, albeit wounded. The Wendigos still try to kill him from time to time.
    • Stitches hates him. He thought that he could easily crush the little guy, but Toyohisa was able to defeat him with ease. In didn't help that the entire time they were fighting Toyohisa was ridiculing him, saying how much of an idiot he is.
    • Surprisingly became good friends with Alucard and Seras Victoria. He and Alucard appreciate how ballsy they both are when fighting and generally how they don't act like what they're supposed to be. Unfortunately, their friendship earned Toyohisa a spot on the Millenium's hit list.
  • He and Samurai Jack are not on good terms with each other. Jack thinks Toyohisa is a disgrace to samurais for not being true to their code, and Toyohisa think's he being foolish. They tend to avoid each other out of disagreement.
  • Many has wondered what Toyohisa might look like when he was at a younger age, maybe he was merely eager. Turns out, yes, he was as eager... but just as much of a Fearless Fool that he is known for that his uncle Shimazu Yoshihiro had to drag him out of trouble. When people asked what his uncle looked like, whether he used a giant-ass sword and utilizing the sword style Jigen-Ryuu, even Toyohisa was confused, recalling that he might've used a giant-ass hammer instead...
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Quasideities

    Baby Bink 
Bennington Austin Cotwell IV, Divine Fearless Infant (Baby Bink)
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: The storybook, Baby's Day Out
  • Theme Song: Baby's Day Out Main Title
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: A Baby that Doesn't Fear Anything, Tacky Rich Names, Is Very Intelligent and Knowledgeable for his Age, The Ace, Straying Baby, Apparently has "Baby Luck", Had a Time of his Life in a Zoo, Quite Revered in South Asia
  • Domains: Infancy, Danger, Mischief, Fearlessness, Happiness
  • Heralds: Laraine and Bennington Austin Cotwell III (his parents)
  • Allies: Yoshi, The Three Stooges, Tom and Jerry, Kazuma Kiryu, Yotsuba Koiwai, Teletubbies, Nintendogs, Goro Majima
  • Odd Friendship: Donkey Kong
  • Opposes: Any deity who would be willing to hurt a child. Some examples are The 456 Ambassador, Ryuunosuke Uryuu, The Child Abuse Supporters, Syura, Champ
  • On Good Terms With: House of Family and Relatives
  • Annoys: House of Crime
  • One would think that babies are completely defenceless and need to be checked closely to ensure their safety. In the case of Baby Bink, it's a different, wacky story. Coming from a rich Chicago family, he was kidnapped by a trio of burglars who wanted Bink's fortune, but the baby proved to be a much bigger and annoying challenge than the thieves were ever prepared for. Whenever the crooks tried to keep Baby Bink ahold, he would end up strolling off to one of Chicago and then the other, prompting a series of comical and failed attempts of the thieves to recapture him. Eventually, the thieves were caught and Baby Bink was reunited with his parents.
  • Baby Bink's last known action was laughing to himself while looking at a book called Baby's Trip to China. Whether he made a trip there with his parents has never been confirmed, though some believe that this may be the reason Baby Bink entered the Pantheon. That said, the first reported signs of him were of the baby simply crawling around the streets of the House of Commerce. He was reunited with his parents again, though, for the baby, he's going to be having... a very long day out, several times.
  • Baby Bink's full name is Bennington Austin Cotwell IV. Most Pantheonic residents find the name to be too long, fancy and tacky and admitted that he's probably better off with his nickname. All that elicits is a giggle from Baby Bink himself, knowing that he's probably right, but it doesn't make it any less funny on his part.
  • Has a rather notorious reputation, which is surprising for an infant. He's usually seen without his parents and wandering off elsewhere. Sitting in the middle of the jungles of the House of Beasts and Fauna, crawling in the rich-laden metropolis of the House of Commerce, diligently looking at statues in the House of Heroism and trying to play with children in the House of Childhood and Adolescence, Baby Bink became famous for being at different places most of the time. Despite his parents being worried, they're given some sort of relief in that there's always good company surrounding him.
    • That said, he's never been reported to have been wandering off close to areas such as the Houses of Villainy, Undead and Phasmata, Hatred and Rancor and Betrayal and Treachery. Given the very numerous evil deities there, many have tried to make sure Baby Bink never ever enters those places. Whether they were successful or Baby Bink is simply too wise to know of the dangers of those places is up for anyone's guess.
  • He's rarely, if, ever seen crying and he's always smiling and optimistic about his routine. Additionally, he never shows any sort of fear or concern regard situations that would make toughened men remotely cautious. Remarkably enough, he's listed as among being the Pantheon's bravest deities, which leaves a lot baffled at how such an ordinary baby gets that sort of reputation. Alas, there are some who aren't happy about it, given the situations Baby Bink goes through.
  • Several deities have taken up to babysitting Baby Bink at some point when his parents often have to take business meetings, though they do take him with them on holiday vacations. Each babysitter has had its own fair share of experiences.
    • The Three Stooges tried to prepare themselves in managing a baby. Instead, they never expected the sort of chaos they were getting into by simply babysitting Baby Bink. Initially, the Stooges would be doing a good job, and then suddenly, Baby Bink is at the streets. In an instant panic, the Stooges rush outside, only to see the baby be in ridiculously bizarre situations like hanging in the edge of a construction tower or being inside of a factory. Still, even if they keep messing up on trying to secure Baby Bink, they have done their damn best to ensure he isn't harmed.
    • Tom and Jerry also took to babysitting Baby Bink, given that they've done a similar job beforehand. Like the Three Stooges beforehand, they were caught by surprise on how quickly Baby Bink suddenly vanishes and ends up in perilous locations. Cue Tom and Jerry getting themselves into brutal Slapstick just to keep Baby Bink out of harm. At least Tom and Jerry are better babysitters than Jeannie if that's one compensation and that Baby Bink doesn't suddenly defy the laws of gravity, unlike the other baby.
    • Yoshi, however, actually managed to keep Baby Bink safe and secure when he decided to take a try in looking after him. It helped that he kept the baby perched onto his saddle. But even then, Yoshi had a lot of difficulty trying to look after Baby Bink, especially after he suddenly wandered off to the House of Beast and ended up wanting to play with some of the primates. All that said, Yoshi did manage to return Baby Bink back to his residents before his parents could. One problem though; Yoshi made a promise he'll come back to visit him. Hopefully, the shenanigans wouldn't be bigger...
  • His parents have made good relations with Kazuma Kiryu, and Kiryu himself has taken to taking care of Baby Bink at times. Even for someone as stern and headstrong as he is, even Kiryu gets into Baby Bink's troubles. Then again, crazy things are something that's a common occurrence for Kiryu. There were a few instances of criminals who tried to kidnap Baby Bink, followed by Kiryu giving them a beatdown. Baby Bink found the whole commotion hilarious.
  • At some point, Goro Majima kidnapped Baby Bink in an attempt to force Kiryu into a fight. Even after kidnapping him, Majima treated him well and even took babysitting lessons to keep check of him. And no, Baby Bink wasn't fazed when Kiryu came in, angry and starting a tough fight against Majima. All that said, nothing malicious occurred between the two and Kiryu expressed some surprise when Majima revealed that he was also trying to take care of the baby. From there, Majima is allowed to officially babysit... if he simply asks permission from Kiryu and Baby Bink's parents.
    • While he finds looking after him very difficult, similar to almost everyone else, at least Majima can entertain Baby Bink in numerous ways. It helps with Majima being awesome after all, he admits to enjoying the time he has with Baby Bink. He also brings along his right-hand man, Nishima, only to force him to babysit alongside him. All of this makes the situation funnier to Baby Bink, but even more embarrassing to Nishima.
      • All this considered, Majima does not want to recall the time Baby Bink suddenly appeared at a ''Majima Construction'' site. Either there was a lot of fun or a lot of mayhem that occurred there. Baby Bink couldn't talk either, so there's really no one else out there who could really describe the incident.
  • Will often be taken to the Gaming Genres Sub-House to play with a selection of dogs. Many deities suggested the parents to take Baby Bink there as they said he would love dogs, but also because they want to assure he's given some sort of active occupation. That still doesn't stop Baby Bink from crawling out and having fun elsewhere.
  • Is pretty well known for having fun with a gorilla in a zoo. As a result, he quickly became friends with Doney Kong when they first met, with DK even allowing Baby Bink to eat from his own banana hoard. Additionally, DK has also made it clear that whoever threatens Baby Bink is an enemy to him. Due to being an infant, DK is understandably nervous about Baby Bink being in jungles, though he'll have him in his clutches whenever he goes vine swinging.
  • There's apparently a book in the works known as Baby's Pantheonic Carnival. While it'll take some time before it's published, Baby Bink is rather eager to get his hands on the book. According to word of mouth, the only beings who are aware of said book's progress and date of publication in the future are the upper-ups of the House of Knowledge.

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Leeroy Jenkins, The Destroyer of Philosophies and Official God of Chaotic Stupidity
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