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    Neith 
Neith, Goddess of Weaving (Nit, Net, Neit, Weaver of Fate, Egypt's First Goddess, The Hunting Goddess)
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  • Greater Goddess
  • Symbol: Two arrows intersecting her bow/loom combination, these are all made with white weaving
  • Alignment: True Neutral with Good tendencies
  • Portfolio: Shrouded in Myth And Flatness, Until The Battleground of The Gods, Excitable Girls, Enjoying Dressing Up, Always Shooting Straight, Weaving The World (Though Never Pants), Always-Smiling Cuties, Very Liberal More Popular Portrayal, Backflipping With Style
  • Domains: Hunting, Weaving, Fate, Wisdom, Ancestors
  • Allies: Sobek (her son), Geb (her great-grandson), Osiris (her great-great-grandson), Anubis (her great-great-great-grandson), All good gods in the House of Prophecy, Chronos, Athena, Artemis, Caitlyn, Uther the Lightbringer, Chiyoko Shiraishi, Rarity, Ryuko Matoi & Senketsu, Satsuki Kiryuin, Belldandy, Skuld, every Archer deity
  • Odd Friendship: Kratos, Nozdormu
  • Enemies: Eh... none, really; Neith is so friendly she'd rather not make any enemies. She DOES dislike Apophis (then again, who doesn't?). Also, Arachne, Ragyo Kiryuin, and the entire House of Hatred can't stand her.
  • Followers: The Three Fates, The Norns, Seamstresses
  • After quite some time spending time as the God for sewing, Ishida Uryuu made plans to relocate but felt it was a pity to just burn such awesome sewing products. And his prayers were answered; the primordial Neith, who had once weaved the whole world, offered to take his place. Because weaving, sewing, that sounds like the same to her and if she can weave the world, weaving clothes should be a piece of cake. Ishida is glad that someone is taking over and probably a much more competent one...but of course, his response after agreeing to her proposal was, "Please Put Some Clothes On." He then ran off when Neith revealed that there's so much to weave she doesn't have time to weave pants (really, though, she just likes this clothing style better).
  • Many were surprised by the appearance of Neith, thinking that she'd simply be forgotten because all that was known about her so far was, "She weaved the world. End of story." She kind of agreed, and explained that maybe hanging around in the Battleground of the Gods did some good for publicity. But she brushed the issue aside, saying, "Eh, forget about such trivial things, let's have some fun!"
  • Being her descendants, many Egyptian deities, while supportive of her, think that maybe she should act her age instead of being childish, like that one time she tried to cheer Osiris up with a Coy, Girlish Flirt Pose, or did the Caramelldansen in front of Sobek and Geb. Neith just refuses to be down-hearted.
  • Apparently she's also guiding new deities that enter the Battleground of the Gods by showing them the ropes. She made friends with Uther the Lightbringer this way; he had the same job in the Nexus.
  • Her weavings can be seen everywhere, especially where she walks. Doesn't mean she appreciates those weavings being stomped, though, because if it happens, she'll just shoot an arrow that keeps the offender stuck there for punishment. Just so you know, she was the War Goddess of Egypt before that title was handed down to Anhur.
  • Being known as the Weaver of Fate, she has a special kinship with the gods of the House of Prophecy, particularly Nozdormu. As she is fully aware of his corrupted future self, she wishes she could help him; she even expressed this desire to him once, only for him to brush her aside as he wouldn't want his fate to be changed. Nevertheless, he knows she (as well as he, despite wanting to admit) can very well do so as the Weaver of Fate herself.
  • Though this is unconfirmed, there are some sources that say that Neith's true identity is that of Chronos' wife Ananke. The tale was rather complicated with some drama and differences, but Neith has denied such an issue being the truth, she just befriended Chronos as fellow primordials and heck, she probably already paid Ananke a visit, and she's a serpent (though not a malicious one). Though she didn't take it well when she learned that somewhere, a certain dark deity took on Ananke's name (modified a bit) and terrorized that world.
  • Aside from Ishida, she enjoys the company of Rarity; she's impressed with her creative masterpieces. The unicorn, on the other hand, wishes to one day use her loom to create the ultimate garment; when she told Neith this, the Egyptian goddess assured her that only Rarity has the power to control her tool.
  • There is a rumor that she weaved the world through the use of Life Fibers and was confronted with this information. Neith admitted she knows all about Life Fibers, but she used them as finishing touches to her masterpieces and not as the base material.
    • As such, she has allied herself with Ryuko and Satsuki against their mother.
  • When she first heard that Kratos killed her followers, the Three Fates, in his universe, she gave him a light rebuke. The Ghost of Sparta snapped back, saying she should keep her business to herself if she has no idea what happened. Taking his gruff advice, she learned from Athena and Mercury that the Fates were...kind of bitches and toyed with people in their realm even without being infected by Pandora's Box, and Neith found out to her shock that they didn't just screw Kratos over, but also other Greek heroes, like Perseus with the gift of the Threads of Fate she passed down to them. Upon learning the truth, she immediately gave them an earful for abusing their powers and told them that if they step out of line again, they would really regret it. She left Atropos and Lachesis as quivering wrecks and the large Clotho shaken and twiddling all her thumbs in worry (partly because the scolding involved tons of woven arrows that hurt so badly). Kratos, however, hadn't forgiven Neith for her earlier error, and simply scowled upon learning of her scolding the Fates. Neith currently is making a beautiful cape for Kratos as majestic as the one he once had when he was on Olympus as a token of friendship.
    • Neith also learned that some of the Norse counterparts of the Fates, the Norns, were in the Pantheon, only to learn that this Belldandy and Skuld were much different. Even though they aren't the Norns she's accustomed to, she enjoys listening to the former talk about Keiichi and going out for ice cream with the latter.
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Intermediate Gods

    Jadis 
Jadis, Goddess of Cadaver Statues (The White Witch)
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    Yoshihiro Kira 
Yoshihiro Kira, God of Reality-Changing Miniatures
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Lesser Gods

    Alfred Drevis 
Dr. Alfred Drevis, God of Creepy Taxidermy (Mad Father)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A Chainsaw
  • Theme Song: Drevis Residence
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil normally. Chaotic Evil in his more insane moments.
  • Portfolio: Abused and killed animals as a child, Chainsaw Good, Actually cares about his daughter in his own twisted way, Evil Laugh, Herr Doctor, Living Doll Collector, Mad Artist, Scary Shiny Glasses, The Sociopath
  • Domains: Experimentation, Murder, Kidnapping, Insanity, Evil, Family, Love
  • Followers: Curtis Blackburn
  • Special Relationship: Aya Drevis (His Daughter)
  • Allies: "Dr." Richard Trager, Piggsy, Leatherface, The Other Mother, Kun Lan, The Medic
  • Enemies: The House of Beast, Jack Cayman, Juliet Starling, Dollface (Black), Dr. Mobius, Suigintou, Suiseiseki and Souseiseki, Medicine Melancholy, Plain Doll, Alice Margatroid, Dr. Angus Bumby
  • In a remote area located in Germany lived a family of three, peacefully and without too much contact with the outside world. However, the awful truth was that the head of the family, Dr. Drevis, had a certain horrifying hobbie. He would, with the help of his housemaid Maria and the compliance of his wife and child kidnap people and experiment of them, after all the house was big enough and far away from civilization that no one would suspect and the good doctor would always turn his victims into dolls. The creepy doctor showed up one day in a hidden part of the House of Science, the place was all messy and the only thing other pantheon authorities found was a perfectly clean doll standing in a corner. Dr. Drevis was caught but some mysterious entity managed to keep him in and the Court of Gods decided to give him a temple of his own. Two in fact, where he alternates between "experimenting" and snatching people to "make them more beautiful".
  • Alfred Drevis, believe or not, it's not a Complete Monster. He had a family once, and he really really loved his daughter. However, having realized that his daughter was walking a path not too different from his, Alfred was desperate to now allow that and decided that the best way to preserve her innocence is to turn her into a doll. His wife wasn't going to allow that and cursed him to make her daughter realize the situation and ultimately, Dr. Drevis was unsuccesful in his plan to preserve Aya as a doll. What happened to him afterwards is that supposedly he died, or not, the details are fussy but days after ascending as a deity, he found out that his daughter, still the sweet innocent girl he knew (even after witnessing untold horrors), was also among the pantheon ranks and was eager to see her again. Deities and other pantheon authorities have tried to keep him away from Aya considering what happened the last time but the doctor didn't intend to carry on with his plan, the Pantheon rules more or less allowed his daughter to remain like how he wanted and decided to try bargaining for a chance to see her without others interfering. He was allowed to spend time with Aya, but he would heavilly monitored in case he decides to act on his old instincts.
  • As his job can get a little messy sometimes, he spends most of his time in the Slaughterhouse where no one judges what he does (Well, except his victims but that's besides the point). This time he has no one to help him and often times than not whenever he is seen in any other place he could very well scouting the area for anyone he would deem perfect for his "work". He did receive some aid from neighbouring deities, Richard Trager, another "certified doctor", took an interest in how he experiments on people but finds the process a bit boring sometimes. He recommened Dr. Drevis the method of "First the Fingers, then the balls, then the tongue" but that's mostly works for Trager's twisted sense of humor.
  • In the other temple he has, which is smaller, he stores most of his creations there. Mostly dolls, who in reality are just corpses of the people he murdered but perfectly preserved, even looking exactly the same as when they were alive. Though these can vary depending on what does the doctor feel like including, sometimes he just makes small dolls and gave them to his daughter so she could play with them (Unaware of how they were made in the first place) or even add animal body part to a human and made anthropomorphic animal doll.
    • The Doctor also became infamous after many people (a few of his victims to be exact) were horrified to learn that those deities that met their end at his hands were preserved as a doll, even though the nature of death in the pantheon prevents them from really dying, the thought of seeing your lifely remains displayed as a lifelike toy left a good chunk of deities traumatized.
  • Very fond of chainsaws, usually his favourite tool to finish off anyone that dares escape him. That eventually drew the attention of Leatherface, who Alfred eventually decided to keep him as an enforcer and then infamous snuff director Lionel Starkweather, who was very interested in Drevis' work with the dolls.
    • Starkweather also found it convenient that the doctor's temple was his old household, which was big enough to contain Piggsy in one of the dungeons and keep him there. That said, Trager developed an habit of releasing the pigman to just witness how he slaughters most of Drevis' prisoners. It amuses him which has made Alfred kick him out from the dungeons since it interferes with his experiments.
    • Speaking of chainsaws, there were other more heroic deities who use chainsaws that weren't fond of the doctor's practices, namely Juliet Starling and Jack Cayman. Jack was even more apalled to what Alfred intended to do with Aya, since he lost his child a long time ago and that alone hit too close for him to ignore.
  • Kun Lan approached him, interested in what Drevis does and offered to partner with him, which many believe to be just because Alfred reminds him of his subordinate Curtis. He even managed to keep the latter around as a follower but Drevis has been very stingy about their partership, often times just relegating Blackburn as a helper.
  • His first victims were actually animals, he had an habit of killing small birds and critters as a little kid, and that continued to humans later on. The House of Beast has banned Dr. Drevis from setting foot there, not to mention that he still performs depraved experiments with animals and sometimes even mixes them with human beings.
  • To his delight, there were other living dolls around the pantheon and unlike what happened in his world they weren't alive thanks to a curse, which meant to him that his preservation of Aya as a doll could allow him to transform her and she be still alive afterwards but those plans were put to a stop after the pantheon authorities prevent him from going any further. The dolls herself, particularly Suiseiseki and Souseiseki, Suigintou and Medicine were not fond of the doctor and other doll collectors like Alice Margatroid found his practices disgusting.
    • Although there was one who appreciated his craft, and that was the Other Mother. She is a Living Doll Collector after all, and she has been mostly interested in the child-like dolls. However, in a rare display of standards, the Doctor doesn't consider her an ally since he fears he could go after Aya and so tries to limit their encounters if possible.
    • Then there was Dr. Bumby, who does a similar thing like Dr. Drevis but his work is more figurative than literally and he saw an interesting potential with the good doctor Drevis. They seemed to be on good terms, but Drevis refused to partner with him since he robs people of the only thing that makes them beautiful Alfred said and if he would try to do that with Aya, he would not hesitate to chop him in half.
  • He is from german origin of the Mad Scientist brand. He wasn't the only one, having heard stories about a german medic with a rather unethical way of healing people, the same lies that Dr. Drevis has used to deceive people into coming to his Castle. They seem to have a rather amicable relation, even as far as call each other allies, but the Medic knows well enough about Dr. Drevis being a dangerous lunatic to not involve himself too much with him. He does however, ask for a few body parts to Alfred if he has to spare and sometimes he does.
  • When his wife is concerned, sometimes people wonder how did he even managed to find one in the first place. Turns out how they met wasn't exactly romantic Alfred almost murdered her but rarely enough, decided to spare her. This made the woman fall in love with him since the fear of death attracted her a lot and gave him the castle that would be eventually their home where they conceived Aya. Of course, he eventually murderer her after she found out what he was going to do with her daughter and it spiralled out into the event of the curse in the Drevis Household. Alfred's wife name is Monika by the way, which made the doctor be worried when he heard of another infamous Monika but he wasn't that impressed when he found out she was just a lovestruck and lonely teenager and not his vengeful wife.
  • He was asked what he felt after finding out about what happened to his daughter after the Curse. Drevis felt dissapointed that Aya may very well be his successor and her innocence was forever tainted by the madness that flowed in his blood, though he secretly hopes that maybe Aya didn't turn out as bad as he thinks. Nowadays he is working under the mysterious salesman, also known as Onigawara, where he was last seen murdering a pink haired teenager in a lab. He also may or not may have cloned his daughter and kept her as Onigawara's assistant.
  • Also present in the House of Slaughter. You are more likely to find him there.

    Don Diego de la Vega/Zorro 
Don Diego de la Vega, Patron God of Recognizable Marks (Zorro, aka The Fox)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His famous Z Mark
  • Theme song: The 1958 Zorro theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolios: Tall, Dark and Handsome, Master Swordsman Royal Rapier, Whip it Good, Has Many descendants that take up the mantle, Implausible Fencing Powers, Cool Mask, Inflicts Humiliating Clothing Damage
  • Domains: Weapons, Liberation, Charm, Chaos, Good
  • Followers: Puss n Boots, Lady Rawhide
  • Herald: Alejandro Murieta
  • Allies: Batman, The Phantom, Asterix, Speedy Gonzalez, Simon Belmont, Indiana Jones, Amélie Poulain, Fox McCloud
  • Enemies: Any oppressor in the Pantheon
  • Rivals: Inigo Montoya, The Basterds
  • Was highly considered for the title God of Rapiers, but soon found a niche thanks to the famous Z mark he places on his opponents.
  • Many other gods that have done similar acts have paid tribute to him. The Phantom, another Proto-Superhero, plants the mark of the skull ring on his enemies.
    • Asterix showed his appreciation of his ascension by performing the mark on an enemy Roman.
    • The Basterds claimed they used Zorro as an inspiration for leaving marks on Nazis they kept alive. Zorro himself doesn't approve of their brutal methods.
    • Fellow Mexican Speedy Gonzalez leaves an S on some of his cheese heists. The two became fast friends, with Zorro lending a hand if it's with someone who deserves it.
    • Amélie once imagined herself as the masked man, earning his approval.
  • Many of the Spanish speaking gods recognized his name meant "The Fox" in English. Many gods were certain Fox McCloud hatched a smirk upon his ascension.
  • A surprising figure entered his temple unannounced recently; Batman arrived looking rather traumatized. It would be little surprise since the movie he watched just before his parents were killed was The Mask of Zorro. Bruce muttered a quiet "thank you" before disappearing into the night. For Zorro, the gratitude was more than enough for him.
    • Many superhero gods see him as an early example of the genre in the 1920s, complete with mask, secret identity and doing good for goodness sake. As such, he was welcomed into the GUAG, especially the Superhero Division.
  • Was challenged by Inigo Montoya, whom claimed he reminded him of a certain Dread Pirate. After defeating the interloper, Zorro spared his life, offering up to challenge him once he trains a bit more.
  • Though Robin Hood initially scoffed that a rich man could ever care for the needy, he warmed up to his capers. It didn't take that much longer for the two to join together in heists, drawing the ire of the Sherrif of Nottingham.
  • Although well-known for his rapier skills, he is also one of the best whip users in the Pantheon. The God of Whips finds his methods distasteful, but admits he does it for a good cause. He gets along far more with Indiana Jones as his reliance on instinct is more up his alley. He sometimes lends a hand whenever Indy needs help exploring a dungeon.
  • It may not be well known, but he is actually the spirit of various mortals who take up his costume. He and his wife are currently training his son to take up the mantle in the future.

    Eko 
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Eko, Goddess of Drawing Art to Life (The Innocent, Doodling Princess)

    Jack Kirby 
Jack Kirby, God of Kirby Dots (Jacob Kurtzberg, The King, The One Above All)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His face made with Kirby Dots
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Master of the Art Shift, Splash Panel and Bold Inflation, Army Scout, Technology Porn
  • Domains: Good, Artifice, Void, War, Community
  • Special Relationship with: The One Above All (His Author Avatar)
  • Allies: The Marvel Universe especially Stan Lee, James Cameron, Donatello, Stanley Kubrick, Popeye
  • Enemies: Walt Disney, Johann Schmidt/Red Skull
  • Respected by: Darkseid, Kalibak, Orion, Granny Goodness, Izaya/Highfather
  • Pities: HAL 9000
  • Few artists in the comic book world are as respected as Jack Kirby. He was regarded as one of the best in the business and helped put Marvel Comics on the mat. His influence was so great, he shared the title with Stan Lee as the God of Comic Books. Sadly, it was decided that only one of them could hold it, and Stan Lee won out. It wasn't until the 75th anniversary of Captain America that interest in bringing him back grew. Stan eventually brought Kirby back for his unique artstyle.
    • The relationship between the two is... complicated. Many have noticed that Stan Lee is far more popular of the two even though Kirby shares credit for creating many of the first Marvel superheroes (even going back to The '40s with Captain America). It may have even been the reason he left the company temporarily. Whatever beef they may have, it doesn't appear to show as the two are happy to be together in the Pantheon.
    • The same cannot be said for Walt Disney. He was never comfortable with corporate forces taking control of his properties and approved of his children's attempts to take back the properties. The two followers are in the middle of a court case to determine the fate of the rights.
  • It is little surprise that he has earned the respect on the entire Marvel Universe. Even the usual sociopaths such as Magneto and Ultron admit that he is a damn good artist. He does receive a blemish for switching over to DC, but that is overlooked.
    • Those who follow the Silver Surfer are proud to claim the character as Jack Kirby's final collaboration. It may not have elevated the character, but his influence would be later used in his first single volume.
    • Whenever he visits the Marvel Universe, he appears as The-One-Above-All, the single most powerful being in the Marvel Universe. His power, though great, is symbolic and has no interest in reshaping that universe. Of course, he wouldn't mind getting some artists to use his art style every once in a while.
    • There is one exception to that rule. The son of Austrian Jews, he holds no love for the Red Skull. Likewise, Johann Schmidt would want nothing better than the destruction of the man who popularized superheroes fighting Nazis, even if that person was his creator. That the Red Skull was the product of a Jew disgusts him.
    • Speaking of which, the New Gods are especially fond of the person who created them during their time at DC. It was rumored that Darkseid himself appeared on a couch to converse with the artist. Kirby wouldn't comment on if it was true, though he suspects the lord of Apokolips probably got his sitting habits. The good aligned deities of the New Gods decided to keep an eye on Darkseid lest he manages to corrupt their creator.
  • James Cameron was glad to have the inspiration of his coveted Aliens franchise, claiming the artist inspired the works of other scifi artists.
    • Among those people are Kubruck. Kirby was tasked with creating a comic book adaptation of 2001: A Space Odyssey. It may not have been as popular as he ha hoped, but Kubrick appreciated the effort. It also had the unintended consequence of putting Kirby under the watchful eye of HAL 9000. Kirby himself felt a bit of pity for the AI despite what it had done.
  • Donatello of the Ninja Turtles remembers a time when he helped Kirby deal with his old sketches who happened to have come to life. People wondered how Kirby managed to escape that world and Kirby would rather not talk about it.
  • Popeye was surprised to find out that Kirby worked an an inbetweener for his cartoons back in the 40s. He returned the favor by handing the artist a can of spinach. Kirby has the can within his temple, though people wondered if he did it as a souvenir or so he wouldn't have to eat it.
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    Jill Valentine 
Jill Valentine, Goddess of Unlocking (Master of Unlocking, Jill Sandwich)
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    Phil Swift 
Phil Swift, God Who Uses Flex Tape For Everything
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    Reisuke Houjou 
Reisuke Houjou, God of Nightmare Fuel Coloring Books (The Fifth)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Hyper Vision Diary, next to his hand puppets
  • Theme Music: Perfect Trap
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (His Third World counterpart is Neutral Good)
  • Portfolio: Coloring Book Doubling as his Future Diary, Competitor of the Survival Game, Cute Cheerful and Creepy Enfante Terrible, Troubling Unchildlike Behaviour, Redheaded Evil Orphan, Trap Master, Go Out with a Smile, Kid Sidekick (His third world incarnation)
  • Domains: Books, Predictions, Children, Traps
  • Allies: Yukiteru Amano, Yuno Gasai (former enemies), Minene Uryuu, The Balloon Boy, Miu Matsuoka, Alice (Shin Megami Tensei), Sora Shiun'in, Hansel and Gretel, Angelia Avallone, Momo Karuizawa, Uncle Howee, Aru Akise
  • Commonality Connection: Satoko Houjou (to an extent)
  • Worthy Opponents: Satoko Houjou, Kevin McCallister
  • Enemies: Springtrap, Oyashiro (one-sided), Takuma Saiou
  • Opposes: Teppei Houjou
  • Reisuke Houjou was one of the participants of the Survival Game but what made him stand out among the other Diary Holders was the fact his "Future Diary" was a coloring book that aided him in his attempts to kill the rest. So he was ascended into the Pantheon for that reason.
    • It should be noted that the Reisuke in the Pantheon is a literal Composite Character of the Reisuke Houjou from the Second World and the one from the Third one. Yukiteru Amano had Mur Mur save and give the memories of his second incarnation to the third one (with permission, of course, and the child was actually ecstasied to become a god) so he could ascend, out of guilt of having had a child implicated into the Survival Game.
  • Apparently has a Precocious Crush on Yuno Gasai. Nobody knows if to think of this as cute or horrifying, all things considered. Especially since Yuno is ten years his senior.
  • Though he is Neutral Evil, he is often more "neutral" than "evil" unless provoked. This is particularly true after Yukiteru's and Mur Mur's meddling. And believe us, the last thing you want to do is provoking him.
  • Not related to Satoko Houjou, though the two of them have a bonded a little for their rather shitty family life and the lack of social services to do anything about it. It also helps that both of them like set up traps.
    • However, he was pissed to find out he shared a last name with that despicable Teppei. Let's just say a certain Evil Uncle didn't like what he found in the mail one day...
  • Has Kevin McCallister in a high regard for being really good at setting traps. He is an "elite", to put it in his own words and is often seen trying to compete with him.
  • Was rather horrified when he heard that there was a god of Corrupt Churchs, given that his parents became mean to him and were killed in one. Satoko is actually sad that he can't see Hanyuu because she thinks that he would like her otherwise.
  • Can often be seen in play dates. Though given the type of child he is (Especially since he is 4. That tends to creep out most potential friends), he had problems looking for friends. He eventually made some out of Alice, Balloon Boy, Sora Shiun'in, Miu Matsuoka and Hansel and Gretel.
    • Though Reisuke had to be extra careful to not make Alice go "Die For Me!". He doesn't know if he would be able to live through that and does not want to know.
  • Became a huge fan of Uncle Howee's show after his ascension. Then again, most children like it and the kids show host really pitied him for his really bad family life.
  • He was really excited to see Aru Akise ascend. He has decided to join once again on his Great Detective adventures.

    Rishid 
Rishid, The God Who Forces You Into Traps (Odion)
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Demigods

    Angus MacGyver 
Angus MacGyver, God of Do-It-Yourself Weaponry (Mac, The Right Man When Things Go Wrong)
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    Captain Olimar 
Captain Olimar, He Who Needs to Repair His Way to Freedom and God of Creating Own Forces (Veteran Astronaut)
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Olimar with his Pikmin
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His spaceship, The S.S. Dolphin
  • Theme Song: Main Theme (Pikmin) or World Map (Pikmin 2)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Tiny People, Unofficial Pikmin Leader, Creating Own Troops, Heroic Mime (until his latest journey), Happily Married / Action Dad, Nice Guy, Eyes Always Shut
  • Domains: Tiny Folk, Leaders, Explorers
  • Allies: The Pikmin, Shinmyoumaru Sukuna, Hank Pym, Odysseus, All good deities from Master Hand's tournaments
  • Enemies: Durant, Tabuu, Bowser, Ganondorf, Wario, Murkrow, The Overlords, Motonari Mori, The Scorpion & the Tarantula
  • Heralds: Louie (much to his dismay), the Koppai trio (Alph, Brittany, Capt. Charlie)
  • A native of Planet Hocotate, Captain Olimar is a veteran of forays into Planet PNF-404, where he first met the Pikmin. After repairing and then losing his ship to the All Devouring Black Hole Loan Sharks, he ventured a third time to obtain enough treasure to get back his ship. After being rescued by a team from Koppai and finally regaining ownership of the S.S. Dolphin, he took it on a test cruise. However, disaster again struck when the Dolphin was assailed by a meteor shower and took a massive hit. The Dolphin somehow managed to breach the Gates where it broke up into pieces, scattering all its parts throughout the Pantheon. As luck would have it, Olimar himself ended up in the Hall of Plants where he joyfully met up with the Pikmin again. Once again, Captain Olimar sets off on a quest to bring the pieces of his ship and return home.
    • Or so he thought as unlike PNF-404, there were plenty of helpful individuals (bigger than him of course) who set out and brought all the pieces they could find and soon the Dolphin was once again reassembled. However, Olimar was shocked to see that certain special items (specifically the Warp Drive Key which is needed for his jump to warp speed, the Libra & Sagittarius jewels being mementoes of his children and, of course, his Secret Safe with a hefty amount of Pokos inside) were not found. Many gods tried to find these special items for him but failed. Thus, Olimar himself alongside the Pikmin set out to find those parts and gather any interesting "treasures" along the way.
  • One of the few who has two tropes, he hardly stays in either temple as both have a default oxygen atmosphere (which is toxic to him), so he travels around the Pantheon on the Dolphin (as it is able to run on its own power at least) to search for the missing parts alongside a handy Pikmin Onion which follows him to create necessary Pikmin forces.
  • Many wonder why he was able to grow in size during Master Hand's tourneys when he's a really tiny humanoid by nature, even pointing out the time when he and the Pikmin were first met fighting a R.O.B. unit during the Subspace Emissary saga, and only once joining the heroes, he and the Pikmin were magically enlarged. Some simply chalk it up to the influence of Master Hand itself.
    • Unfortunately for Olimar, he remains small within the Pantheon so he relies on the Dolphin to travel from House to House. Aside from being able to run on its own power, several gods have graciously installed offensive capabilities and a shield generator on the Dolphin so it would not be an object of target practice for less friendlier deities.
  • Being tiny, he has allied with fellow Inchling, Shinmyoumaru Sukuna. She suggested using her Miracle Mallet to make his missing parts appear, but Olimar stopped short after hearing about the Mallet's Jerkass Genie tendencies. Still, Olimar enjoys her company as he usually has only the Pikmin and his own thoughts as company most of the time. Although he wishes his wife wouldn't be so jealous when he told his family about her on the communicator.
    • Hank Pym tried to persuade him into using Pym Particles so he can be normal-sized, but Olimar shot down the idea. For one thing, the Pikmin felt uneasy around him (as Hank's Pokemon partners are the Durant). For another, he knew about the Particles' side effects and wouldn't want to bother with it.
  • As said before, the Pikmin have nothing but Undying Loyalty towards him. Olimar, additionally, is able to truly lead them around the Pantheon and has the advantage of using Ultra Sprays to power-up Pikmin beyond their Flower stage. Some has frowned on Olimar treating Pikmin as slaves and as expendable mooks as he can always create more Pikmin through the Onion. The Hocotatian grew furious as such accusations as he treats the Pikmin well, tries his hardest to lead them benevolently and avoids decisions that may cause many casualties. He may not be perfect, but he doesn't treat the Pikmin as mooks to be used.
    • As such, he frowns on anyone who treats those beneath them as expendable resources like the Overlords and Motonari.
    • Was reportedly happily with Roahm Mythril for demonstrating that it was possible to complete a mission without losing any Pikmin whatsoever.
  • Shares similarities with Odysseus as they are both family men who just want to get home. Olimar does envy the Ithacan king a bit since he has his wife Penelope in the Pantheon, whereas his is still waiting on Planet Hocotate.
  • For some strange reason, Earth junk and random objects are considered valuable to Planet Hocotate and Olimar spends time (when he isn't searching for the missing parts) finding any salvage he can and sending it home via a special freight service. When asked why he doesn't hitch a ride home with the freight, Olimar restates that he's not leaving without the Dolphin fully completed.
    • Olimar's scavenging has given him many encounters with the Murkrow as the corvid thieves like to steal the things he and the Pikmin find for themselves. The Pikmin and Olimar are able to stand their ground and succeed in some of the skirmishes until the Alpha Murkrow is called, whereas they must then beat a hasty retreat. Little does Olimar and anyone else know that the missing Dolphin parts are all hidden deep inside the Murkrow's dead tree base of operations in the House of Crime.
  • Also has a spot in the House of War.

    Jigglypuff 
Jigglypuff, Goddess of Sketching and Slumber-Inducing Lullabies (The Balloon Pokémon, The Sleepy Singer, Fat D)
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    Satoko Houjou 
Satoko Houjou, Goddess of Trap Masters
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  • Demigoddess (with trap skills that can fool Intermediate Gods)
  • Symbol: A washtub superimposed with a speech bubble of Satoko's Noblewoman's Laugh
  • Theme Song: Sukisuki Nii Nii
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good, Chaotic Evil under Hinamizawa Syndrome
  • Portfolio: making traps, having a formal way of speaking (with the laugh to match), being horribly broken multiple times, having a horrible grandparent (known trigger for "Infected State)
  • Domains: Traps, Building, Abuse (coming out of it)
  • Superior: Ryukishi 07
  • Allies: Rika Furude, Mion and Shion Sonozaki, Rena Ryuguu, Raven, Oyashiro-sama, MacGuyver, Wallace and Gromit, N, Keiichi Maebara, Kyoko Sakura, Sayaka Miki, Homura Akemi, Terra Branford, Bryan Mills, Jin, Hulk, Artina, Cinderella, Arche Klein, Rachel Alucard
  • Enemies: Bernkastel and all other members of Trollkaiger, Scar, Ghetsis, Lady Tremaine, Vaas Montenegro
  • Friendly Enemies with: Tony Montana
  • Opposes: Teppei Houjou (her uncle)
  • Neutral with: Lambdadelta
  • Worthy Opponents: Reisuke Houjou, Kevin McCallister
  • High Priest: Testament
  • Ascended after making an elaborate set of traps that ended with it exploding in Trollkaiger's face, ending it with her laughing at their predicament. Her use of making traps caught the eye of the House of Craft, and so she made her house to be next to Angus McGuyver, who she worships like a teacher figure.
  • Was moved to tears, when she found the other members of the club in the Pantheon, especially Shion who finally made it out of Purgatory. She now comes and helps Rika in her temple, cooking meals for her every now and then. Oyashiro on her part had a very long talk with Satoko about how she was never cursed. Needless to say, her maternal instincts proved useful in this regard.
  • Became part of the Anti Abusive Parents club because of her being abused by her uncle. She is forever grateful to them.
    • Satoko's traumatic past with child abuse reminds Kyoko of a kid she befriended in the Oriko timeline. Kyoko treats her as a little sister.
    • The arrival of Lady Tremaine and her daughters trigger another PTSD breakdown. Homura's retaliation against them, was horrifying to say the least. She has given Satoko permission to have "I was waiting for this moment" ready to play should they show up again.
  • Stays far away from Bernkastel due to Bern's trolling ways and the fact that she sounds like an older Rika Furude. For Lambdadelta, it's a neutral relationship (though Satoko is thorougly creeped out by her) due to the fact they have similar voices, looks, personality, etc.
  • Her trap making skills caught the eye of many Gods in the House of War (especially of Kevin McCallister) along with Rachel Alucard. Satoko just laughs at the attention, but has declined intentions to go into the House. She'd rather have fun with her friends and their club rather than get involved with their battles.
  • Is a member of Lol Ranger, designation "Pink Ranger".
  • Not related to Reisuke Houjou, but they seem to have bonded with each other because of their abusive pasts and their love of setting traps. Though they seem to prefer competing with each other rather than being out-and-out friends.

    Villager 
The Villager, Deity of Interior Decoration (The Mayor of Smashville)
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  • Demideity
  • Symbol: A Lloid-type Gyroid
  • Theme Music: The title theme of the first Animal Crossing or Plaza/Title (Animal Crossing: City Folk/Wild World)
  • Alignment: True Neutral, usually leaning towards Good
  • Portfolio: Interior Decoration, Able to Store Several Things in Their Pockets, Being the Only Human Living Among Animals, Heroic Mime, Virtual Paper Doll
  • Domains: Profession, Community, Animal
  • Followers: Juste Belmont
  • Part-Time Lackey of: Tom Nook
  • Allies: Isabelle, K.K. Slider, Mario, Chuggaaconroy, The Human Child, Mike Haggar, The Farmer, Christopher Robin, Tim Taylor (sometimes), Inklings
  • Rivals: Wii Fit Trainer
  • Enemies: Napoleon, Flowey
  • Fears: The Scorpion & The Tarantula
  • Additional Relations: Mr. Resetti
  • There exists a community where animals are the primary inhabitants and by extension, they are in charge of most of the things in that place such as owning a shop. A human being arrives at that village and he (or she) decides to settle down at that place. After getting some errands done for a tanuki shopkeeper, the Villager (real name varies, though most just accept "The Villager" as an actual name) is free to do things to their liking, such as fish, catch bugs, decorate a home (both their home and potentially others if they request it), or just hang out with the inhabitants. The villager is also capable of being the mayor of the town they live in.
  • No one can agree on who built the exteriors of the houses in the Pantheon, but it's often accepted that the Villager is the one who decided what actually gets put on the inside. Their room is often adorned with replicas of various Nintendo paraphernalia, borrowed from Mario and Luigi.
  • If they aren't designing homes or chatting it up with others, then there is a good possibility that they are smashing it up with a select few. Their involvement with the Smash tournament has caused quite a bit of people to believe that the Villager is much more scary and ruthless than they appear, but the Villager hasn't said anything about those rumors.
  • They are often seen in the House of Beast, usually trying to catch insects or fishing within the waters of that house (or any other body of water that has fish in them). Some of the more aggressive creatures of that house such as Bruce the Shark and Beedrill don't like the Villager intruding on their space and have frequently chased the human out.
    • Even outside that house (mostly whenever searching for strange creatures is the main priority at a given moment), the Villager has had the misfortune of finding other aggressive small creatures. One instance involved an encounter with two particular kinds of aggressive insects (a scorpion and a tarantula) and the Villager isn't interested in mentioning what happened during that meeting.
  • Aside from their skills in home decoration and looking for creatures, they have also made visits to the House of Costumes, mostly contributing designs for shirts that they and others could potentially wear.
  • Their pockets can hold surprisingly a lot of stuff. While this can include things meant for mundane reasons (and even then, things like dinosaur skeletons shouldn't fit in a normal person's pocket), it can get progressively ridiculous with him pocketing things such energy blasts (mainly if one were to take into account his battles from the Smash tournament). Some are convinced that the Villager stores up strong projectiles from fights for other reasons, but that may just be some crazy thought.
  • Having been used to talking with various animals and helping them with work, they had a hard time accepting the fact that there was an animal that truly despised humans. Napoleon simply saw the Villager as another obstacle in his plans and is trying to get rid of the human.
    • It didn't help that there were a number of other animals that were just plain evil and/or dangerous in general, regardless of if they interacted with humans or not. The Villager prefers to keep their distance from these animals as much as possible.
  • While they have been used to having Tom Nook as their primary shopkeeper (though they have had encounters with his business rival, Crazy Redd, who was shadier than the tanuki), the Villager managed to encounter a variety of other shopkeepers in the Pantheon. For the most part, the Villager is on good terms with many of these shopkeepers.
  • Mike Haggar has taken an interest in them due to their tenure of being the mayor of the village they live in. The Villagers' combat skills from the Smash tournament has gotten Haggar's attention and he is hoping that they'll put it to use when things get serious.
  • They get along very well with Christopher Robin, given that they are both humans who reside in a peaceful setting inhabited by animals. The Villager has found Christopher Robin's Hundred Acre Woods friends to be quite unusual, but are every bit as friendly to them as they are to Robin.
  • Even though they are used to encounters to Mr. Resetti due to various circumstances, the mole did tell them about a being that was malicious and could spell trouble with them should a potential meeting occur. The being in question was Flowey, who was more than willing to instigate harm towards The Villager and mock them whenever possible.
    • It was through this warning that The Villager met up with The Human Child, another human that was used to hanging out with eccentric inhabitants (in fact, those inhabitants are far more eccentric than what the Villager had been used to). Unsurprisingly, they get along quite well and although the Villager does have a bit of experience fending for themselves, the Human Child tends to be the one to keep Flowey in check should the flower put the Villager in harm's way whenever Villager and the Human Child are together.
  • Although it hasn't happened yet, many are wondering about the possibility of the Villager meeting up with Steve. Given Steve's experience with crafting an outside world and the Villager being very skilled in decorating the insides of buildings, many are willing to visit a potential world crafted by these two.

    Wallace and Gromit 
Wallace & Gromit, Gods of Rube Goldberg Devices
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