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This is a downtown-like area that functions as a commercial center for the House of Crime, where goods produced by other Houses and occasionally the mortal world are sold. Naturally, this is the most criminally-active part of the House, with deities from the other subhouses of Crime frequently coming here for potential targets. Gang wars for control of the local businesses happen constantly, with isolated criminal incidents being just as common due to the chaotic atmosphere. If things get really bad, select members of the House of Justice are granted permission to intervene.

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     456 Ambassador 
The Ambassador of the 456, God of Abducting Children
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The number 456
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Abducting Children To Use As Drugs, Starfish Aliens, Knight of Cerebus, Mass Child Harvest, Hero Killer, Creepy Monotone, Evil Ambassadors, Utterly Depraved
  • Domains: Invasion, Narcotics, Abductions, Cruelty, Ambassadors
  • Followers: Rosine, Kryb, SCP-918
  • Allies: The Coachman, Pennywise, Ragyo Kiryuin, Black Doom, Azazel, Palpatine
  • Enemies: Every human child, JACK HARKNESS, The Doctor and his companions, Ood Sigma, Night Raid, anyone opposed to drugs or Harming Children, Agent K and Agent J, Ren Amamiya and the Phantom Thieves of Heart, Giorno Giovanna and his gang, Max Tennyson, The Blorg Community, Raiden, Shido Itsuka, Link, Ayato Amagiri, Lux Arcadia
  • The 456 is a mysterious alien species first heard in 1965 through the radio, their name from the wavelength used. Possessing advanced medical knowledge, they would help cure an anti-virus for a price-human children. Later on they threatened to end humanity if 10% of their children weren't surrendered to them. For what reason do they abduct kids? To be used as drugs, recreational drugs to be precise. Their actions inspire the darkest sides of humanity, and of the universe they come from.
  • Even in a universe where Daleks and Cybermen exist, the ambassador representing the species is considered exceptionally vile. This is due to his target of children, the lengths he's willing to go to get them and reason being as petty as using for drugs. The Doctor was horrified to learn something like this happened when he wasn't there. In addition Ood Sigma hates the 456 for exploiting people even worse than what humans did to the Ood. All his companions despise him, particularly Amy and Rory given their daughter was stolen as an infant.
  • Permanently banned from the House of Children with no hope of repeal, and rightfully despised by every human child. What's worse is that the children aren't just killed and cooked to serve as drugs, but harvested over a lifetime. And he's a drug dealer who uses his product. Only a handful of gods in the pantheon are morally depraved enough to use them. Even Jabba the Hutt doesn't want to touch the product despite his criminal gluttony. Raiden utterly despises the 456 given his personal experience of stopping the illegal selling of children's brains.
  • Horrifyingly enough the Coachman approached the Ambassador of the 456 for a deal. He sells him the kids he catches for riches. The ambassador was happy to do so, but wanted enough of the donkey-children so he could test the product. He found the fix from these kids an "acquired taste, but would sell well in a specific niche" then responded to the Coachman he wants him to help take more children for him due to being banned from the House of Children. Earning even more enmity from them.
  • Black Doom respects the 456 for their desire to harvest human children. They don't apply much of a meal as grown humans for the Black Arms, and while he prefers to not mess with his head by doing drugs does think they'd be useful. Ragyo Kiryuin is completely willing to sell out human kids.
  • Agent K and Agent J were disgusted with the lengths that the Ambassador went to for his fix, and the disaster that was trying to deal with him. As does Max Tennyson due to his despicable tastes, and being a grandfather. He has considered scamming the SCP Foundation to get more kids, but has decided against it because he doesn't have a chance in hell of it working out for him. SCP-993 might help him out though.
  • Most in the House of Crime consider him repellent, even the evil deities. Walter White may be a ruthless drug dealer, but he's not going to subject kids to a Fate Worse than Death. The Phantom Thieves of Heart hope to see him consumed with guilt after stealing his heart. Giorno Giovanna considers his drug dealing a thousand times worse than Diavolo.
  • Was interested in Pennywise due to how he feeds off human children. While the 456 keeps the kids around for drugs, It eats kids while harvesting on their fears. It has never experienced a high, but felt the ability to harvest the chemicals of a child's brain scientifically may enhance the taste of kids. It made a deal with the Ambassador to mutually benefit of the suffering of humanity. Azazel is able to work with the 456 due to feeding children demon blood.
  • Invariably disgusts Shido Itsuka and Link since they go after those who kidnap kids, and Ayato Amigiri and Lux Arcadia due to their child experimentation. Palpatine and the Borg Queen approve of their actions due to the fact they kidnap kids for their own purposes, though the believe they the 456 is lacking in ambition.
  • Contacted through radio transmissions, his own name or name of his species being unknown. Communications in the pantheon are being checked to make sure he doesn't hijack it. The radio communications ended up in him getting in contact with the Blorg, who despite their friendliness were immediately horrified and disgusted by how he gets high.
  • Due to little being known about the 456, it's possible they lack the technology need to destroy humanity and were scamming humanity big-time. There is also the possibility that it was a solo mission, and he was like the Slitheen in being one bad egg in an otherwise moral species. Most don't want to think about this.

    Azumi 
Azumi, Goddess Of Deadly Graduations
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbols: Her Sword And Cape
  • Theme Song: A Battle Of Soul
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Little Miss Badass Action Girl, Ambiguously Bi, Badass Cape, Blind Obedience, Chaste Heroine, Child/Teenage Assassin, Cute Bruiser, Dangerously Short Kimono, Determinator, Master Swordswoman, No Social Skills, She Cleans Up Nicely
  • Domains: Assassination, Edo Japan, Swordplay, Orphans
  • Heralds: Naichi and Nagura (her assassin comrades)
  • High Priest: Zabuza Momichi
  • Allies: Himura Kenshin, Miyamoto Musashi, Xiahou Dun, Samanouske Akechi, Samurai Jack, Ciri, Haohmaru, Arya Stark, Gunvolt
  • Friendly Rivals: Heishiro Mitsurugi, Taki, Isabella of Rivain, Red Sonja, Oberyn Martell
  • Enemy Kill List Includes: Nobunaga Oda, Tira, Gregor Clegane, Tywin Lannister, Cersei Lannister, Shay Cormac
  • Worthy Opponents: Jaime Lannister, Ezio Auditore, Peko Pekoyama
  • Conflicting Opinion: Hideyoshi Toyotomi
  • In the forested regions of the Pantheon, a young Japanese girl walks down a dirt pathway. Then, she is stopped by armed bandits that somehow infiltrated the Pantheon. Haohmaru, Samanouske Akechi, and Himura Kenshin - while arguing about sword techniques - both witnessed the girl carve through the bandits like a hot knife through butter. The girl's description is down to the letter, as she is quite infamous for not only wiping out a village full of bandits, but also killing Bijomaru Mogami. Azumi has entered the Pantheon.
    • Upon hearing of her ascension, Miyamoto Musashi wasnt surprised. He had seen Azumi in action, and her skills in bujutsu are second to none. For the bandits who survived (if any), they will rue the day they crossed Azumi. Azumi would remember it as a Tuesday. For her part, Azumi was happy to be reunited with her friend.
    • She has also made friends with Samanouske, Haohmaru and Kenshin, despite nearly attacking the trio, beliving them to be part of the gang of bandits that attackes her earlier. Once things calmed down and swords were sheathed, Samanouske, Haohmaru and Himura explained the rules of the Pantheon, warming her that her exploits as a mortal has already made waves in the Pantheon. Azumi thanked both men and went about her way.
  • Jaime Lannister discovered her after seeing her handiwork on Gregor Clegane (as Ser Robert Strong). While Qyburn was busy putting the zombified Mountain back together again, the Kingslayer sought Azumi out. After watching her decimate his Redcloak escort, Jaime challenged Azumi himself. And lost. Jaime had to admit that Azumi was good. Real good. Jaime did take his loss in stride, promising that the rematch will be quite different.
    • The fight was secretly witnessed by Peko Pekoyama, ultimate swordswoman extraordinaire. Having becoming bored with the competition in the Pantheon, seeing Azumi duel the Kingslayer makes Peko anticipate the day she crosses blades with Azumi herself. Azumi replies that when that day comes, she will be ready.
  • As an assassin, Azumi has earned the attention of the Pantheon's assassin community, both good and bad. Ra's al-Ghul knows talent when he sees it, and has offered Azumi a place within the League of Assassins. Azumi refused the offer, saying that she works best alone. The offer to join up is still open, Ra's promising not to make Azumi join by force.
  • Ezio Auditore found out about Azumi's rampage through the bandit village and watched from the sidelines as Shao Jun and Azumi crossed blades. Ezio brought the duel to a halt...and invited Azumi to his temple for tea. Ezio knew that Azumi was doing her own thing, and didn't ask her to join the Assassin Order. As Shao Jun can use a sparring partner, Azumi is welcome at Ezio's temple at any time.
    • Then there's Shay Cormac. The backstabbing Assassin turned Templar operative found out about Azumi's visit to Ezio's temple. Believing that Ezio is trying to recruit Azumi, Cormac attacks Azumi. In doing so, Cormac discovers Azumi's own hidden blade; a retractable blade built inside her sword's handle. Cormac avoided getting his throat slit with the second blade and retreated.
  • Azumi's kindness and compassion has earned her another ally and friend in Gunvolt, who also believes in some of the sa.e principles as Azumi regarding showing kindness.
  • She doesn't look it, but Azumi swings both ways. This little detail made Isabela of Rivain perk up. Azumi also has an admirer with the deified Dornish prince, Oberyn Martell. The pirate goddess and the Dornish god are now in conpetition to see who can woo Azumi first.

    Leverage Consulting & Associates 
"Alright, let's go steal a profile."

Leverage Consulting & Associatesmembers , the Godly Crew Of Feeling Good Doing The Right Thing and Justified Capers (Leverage International, Nathan: The Mastermind, The Brains, Nate, Sophie: The Grifter, Katherine, Alice, Karen, Michelle, Elizabeth, Lara Devereaux, Eliot: The Hitter, Alec: The Hacker, Hardison, Parker: The Thief, The Mastermind)

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    Scott Shelby 
Scott Shelby, God of Detectives who Turn Out to Be the Culprit (Scott Sheppard, Scottie, The Origami Killer)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His raincoat. Alternatively, the origami figures.
  • Theme Song: Scott Shelby Theme
  • Alignment: May seem Neutral Good at first, but he is actually Lawful Evil.
  • Portfolio: Acrofatic, Badass Longcoat, Dirty Cop, Hardboiled Detective, Actually Nice, Private Detective, Big Bad, Killer Cop, Serial Killer, Would Hurt a Child, Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds
  • Domains: Investigation, Cover Up, Murder, Family, Trials, Children
  • Allies: Tohru Adachi, Jack the Ripper, Goro Akechi, The Jigsaw Killer
  • Enemies: The Child Abuse Supporters, The Investigation Team, The House of Family, Manny Pardo
  • Respects: Bryan Mills, Asura, Gabriel Belmont
  • Opposed by: Most investigators in the Pantheon as well as the House of Justice
  • Scott Shelby was a private investigator who was hired by the families who were victim of the notorious Origami Killer, a Serial Killer who would kidnap children and drown them till they were found, leaving Origami figures before as clues. Truth is, Scott was never hired by said families and never was after the Origami Killer, but he was actually the Origami Killer all along, looking to get rid of all evidence that would link him to the crimes.
  • While he is a child murderer, there is a group of people that actually sympathize with him. As it turns out, when he was a child he witnessed the death of his twin brother and how his abusive drunk father never bothered to save him. That would be the motivating factor in turning Scott into the Serial Killer he ended up becoming, looking for a father who would do everything to save his son.
    • That said, while many feel sorry for the loss of his twin brother John, not many defend the countless lives he took just to find someone who would fit his very particular description of a good father. It's implied many of his victims' parents either perished trying to rescue their children or never understood the meaning of the Origami figures-
  • How Scott's story concluded is up to debate, but the most common assumption is that he finally managed to find the father that would sacrifice everything for his son in the form of Ethan Mars. He would have gotten away if it weren't for the intervention of journalist Madison Paige and FBI agent Norman Jayden, the latter stepping in and engaging him, resulting in his death.
  • Hates the deities that form the so called Child Abuse Supporters, as you can very well know that those kind of people are what lead him to become the Origami Killer. Some were quick to call him an Hypocrite for trying to pretend he was morally better than those even if he ultimately broke a lot of families because of his desire to see a father that would fit his insane criteria.
  • Among deities who belong to the Police forces, Scott is seen as a disgrace by virtue of being a Serial Killer but making it worse by pretending to be a private investigator. Some are more lenient because Scott has shown that he can be actually nice to the people that are supposedly his victims (To the point that he would look like he is just sabotaging himself).
    • He is also an ex-marine, explaining why he is so proficient in the art of CQC combat and why he is such a good shot. That said, ex-marines like Frank Castle or Leroy Gibbs think he is the worst of the worst and they don't want to be associated with him.
  • On the other side, he seems to be on good terms with detectives Tohru Adachi and Goro Akechi, more so with the latter since he also had a rocky relationship with his father (Not helping Akechi's status as an illegitimate child) and that ended up both shaping them in becoming killers. Shelby gettin along with Akechi actually made Adachi quite upset at the fact that Scott doesn't have the same kind of mindset as he does and that caused some form of vitriol between the two, mostly since Scott's motivation are hardly motivated by childish reasons like Adachi as supposed to his more revenge-driven reasons for becoming the Origami Killer.
  • Being a Killer Cop, Manny Pardo has tried to capture and murder Scott so he would gain good PR in the eyes of the pantheon denizens, even if that would be no different for what he usually does. Not to mention there are some people who thins that Scott, an actual child murderer, is not as depraved as he is, a statement that seriously damaged his ego.
  • Scott and Jigsaw get along a lot, both having similar MO by kidnapping their victims and making them go through a series of traps although circumstances are different for each of the killers' victims. Scott also seems to respect Jack the Ripper in some way, particularly the version where he is revealed to be commissioner James Gordon.
  • Any father that is very protective of their children has earned the respect of Scott. People like Bryan Mills, Asura and Gabriel Belmont are among the ones he holds in high regard, but they are ashamed of what Scott is and every last of them have sworn to punish Scott for his actions, not to mention what would happen if he would target their children.
  • He suffers from asthma, but he is actually quite competent as a fighter believe or not. He ocassionally gets himself treated in the House of Health and Diseases even if his reputation is at all time low.
  • The Pantheon is well aware of what he does, so his crime sprees as the Origami Killer have not continued in the pantheon, most probably because he was satisfied with Ethan Mars and his death put the final nail in the Origami Killer. The one punishment he received from the pantheon authorities is him being unable to see his brother John, which actually broke Scott to the point of secluding himself in his temple for a while. Nowadays he tries to stick to being an actual private eye, but had little success since people aren't willing to forget who he is.
  • Can also be found in the House of Justice.

    Sombra 

Iniciando el protocolo Sombra

Sombra, Goddess of Hacking Anything (Sombrero, Olivia Colomar)

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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A sugar skull
  • Alignment: Between Neutral Evil and Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Alternate Reality Game, Child Prodigy, Color Motifs, Confusion Fu, The Cracker, Dark Action Girl, EMP, Enigmatic Minion, Evil Tastes Good, Femme Fatalons, Hacking Her Enemies, Hidden Agenda Villain, Hit-and-Run Tactics, Manipulative Bitch, Pragmatic Villainy, Purple Is Powerful, The Sneaky Gal, Wild Card, "Boop!"
  • Domains: Hacking, Conspiracies, Technology, Blackmail
  • Allies: Gabriel Reyes/Reaper, Amélie Lacroix/Widowmaker, Akande Ogundimu/Doomfist, Moira O'Deorain; other than those, she isn't interested in allying with other people unless it suits her needs
  • Rivals: Aiden Pearce, Laura Matsuda, Scarface, The Spy
  • Enemies: Overwatch and its allies, the GUAG White Hats, all Good-aligned robotic deities, all Digimon deities, Clu, Nora Valkyrie, Rubick, Harry Dresden, Dr. 8
  • Nobody knows who really Sombra is, but many heard of what she is capable. She is one of the best hackers of her world and that caught the attention of Talon, who recruited Sombra for their sinister schemes. Her identity and motivations are a complete mystery, but there have been rumors that she is looking to uncover a big conspiracy that has been acting behind the scenes and is behind a lot of events in the world of Overwatch.
  • Sombra's knowledges of her world's technology plus the augmentations she underwent to get better at hacking has made her able to hack pretty much anything. Her hacks are strong enough to disable McCree's ability to roll or make Soldier:76 unable to run… or even allow Junkrat to lay his explosives or Roadhog to toss his hook. Now that's something nobody gets at all, and the duo are cross that she can somehow do that.
  • Before she ascended, she left hints and clues about her whereabouts, teasing those who found them with countdowns and unhelpful messages. After a drawn out investigation (she actually made misleading hints that she's going to be in the Main House or something), Sombra relocated herself in the house of Technology without the Main House noticing but after a while they let her stay.
    • Somebody once tried to decipher a code of hers that was supposedly caught in the sky and even made music out of it. She found that really funny.
  • Very happy that her buddies Reaper and Widowmaker are already here. Unlike her, they are not so thrilled about her but they have no choice but to deal with her. After all, it doesn't hurt to have another member of Talon.
  • Sombra likes to take a more subtle approach when it comes to combat, and thanks to her Thermoptic Camo she is able to go around unnoticed. That's until the cloaking runs out, because she has a nasty habit of announcing herself before attacking someone. Though thankfully she does this much less often as she did before.
    • Many found her very similar to the Spy in terms of combat, but Sombra believes that the Spy's technology is outdated and can be easily seen through. Though she knows that turning her back on him can be a fatal mistake, so she is sure to never do that.
  • She likes to annoy people by booping them in the nose, and she does that a lot. On another note, Nora doesn't like her boops, mostly because it just very similar to hers but used in a trolly manner.
  • There was one time that Sombra decided to mess with some of the Defenders of the Ancient. After a succession of weird and unusual events, Rubick stole her hack and somehow fixed everything. Don't ask
  • Apparently, a few deities keep confusing her with Laura Matsuda given their similar haircuts. This made her curious about Laura for a few days…until they actually met. Sombra found the Brazilian fighter easy to relentlessly troll because of her friendly disposition and casually loose fashion sense, but overall, they are worlds apart both as fighters and as people and Sombra is content to let it stay that way.
    • When it turned out their native countries of Brazil and Mexico would face off in the elimination stages of the 2018 FIFA World Cup, Laura challenged her to a bet for the equivalent of $100 USD in their native currencies. Sombra accepted, hoping to gain new funds for her plans. However, Brazil won 2-0 and she had to cough up near $1863.30 in Mexican pesos. She's currently plotting how to get that money back.
  • She is one of the few deities that has found her way into the Grid, even having her own avatar there. Many virtual deities fear what she might do there and so have taken extra measures to keep her out, but she always finds a way to get in.
  • Many robotic deities are openly opposed to Sombra not only because she is able to mess with their programming, but because she also able to use an EMP at any given time. This was one of the only reason why no on wanted her near the House of Technology but she sneaked her way in anyway. She even has a temple there.
  • People like to call her Sombrero given her heritage. She doesn't find it that funny to be honest.
  • Due to her first target being a somewhat corrupt corporation (LumeriCo) and having a rather affable personality, Sombra is often seen as some sort of anti-corporate freedom fighter that is on the same level of Lucio and his fight against Vishkar. Sombra just chuckled at that; they can think whatever they like about her, but she really has 'other' motivations, while those fools just assumed the anti-corporate thing as some sort of confirmation bias when she struck against LumeriCo for her own reasons, and maybe the day will come where she'll manipulate Lucio. But speaking of Vishkar, she kind of enjoys annoying its ace Symmetra by booping her on the nose when opportunity presents itself.
  • She dislikes Harry Dresden due to his magic damaging her technology. After her first attempt at messing with him resulted in her technology being almost destroyed, she keeps her distance.
  • "Everything can be hacked...and everyone."
  • Can also be found in the House of Technology.

    Walter White 
Walter White, God of Better Living Through Evil and Using Knowledge for Crime (Mr. White, Heisenberg, The Cook, The One Who Knocks)
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Demigods

    Beat (Jet Set Radio
Beat, God of Unlawful Tags
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: Beat's Logo
  • Theme Music: Humming the Bassline
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Graffiti, heroes with a red color scheme, Useless but SWEET shades, Gloves that don't cover the fingers, Running away from home, Punks who start their own gang after being rejected by every other one, "Netrium"-powered rocket-propelled magnetic skates, Weaponized paint
  • Domains: Art, Crime, Skates, Youth
  • Followers: The GG's
  • Allies: Most SEGA deities (Sonic The Hedgehog, Shadow The Hedgehog, NIGHTS, Ecco, Opa-Opa, Gilius Thunderhead, Amigo, Ryo Hazuki, AiAi, Billy Hatcher,Kiryu Kazuma, Jack Cayman), Team RWBY (Ruby Rose, Weiss Schnee, Blake Belladonna, Yang Xiao Long), Team JNPR (Jaune Arc, Pyrrha Nikos, Lie Ren, Nora Valkyrie), Mugen, Jin, and Fuu, Lúcio Correia dos Santos, Inklings, Miles Morales.
  • Rivals: Shadow The Hedgehog, Subaru Nakajima
  • Its Complicated: Axel, Adam, Blaze
  • Odd Friendship: Mario, The other Beat
  • Respects: Segata Sanshiro
  • Enemies: Metal Sonic, Caleb Goldman, Inspector Javert, Carmelita Fox, Kurtis Stryker, Mr. Burns, Looten Plunder, Nobuyuki Sugou, Copy X, Satya Vaswani
  • Once upon a time in the Pantheon, strange art had been plastered everywhere. Nobody knew where it came from or who had done it....That is, until Beat was caught in the act several days later. After evading capture for several days (during which he tagged the backs of anyone who tried to catch him), he was granted godhood. He doesn't care, though. He's just happy to leave his tags where he can while listening to sweet tunes.
  • He's on extremely good terms with Sonic the Hedgehog, who is one of the few deities to understand his odd mentality (that is, valuing freedom above all else even if it makes him a villain). They sometimes even race, both on foot and in vehicles. Sonic even once wore his clothes
    • Metal Sonic is a point of contention for him. He once had to fight robotic clones of himself and so he really dislikes the Blue Blur's robotic doppelganger. He will lend his aid to the Blue Blur to take down Metal whenever he can. Same goes for Copy X, for the same reason.
    • He is also on relatively good terms with other Sega deities such as Kiryu Kazuma, Gilius Thunderhead, Billy Hatcher, etc.
  • Beat likes to spend all of his time not spent on going around spraying graffiti in the House of Music. He really enjoys listening in on all the great tunes and will just dance for hours on end if left to his own devices. Most of the deities there don't mind, they are even glad that he likes their music so much.
  • Not to be confused with the other Beat, the one who thinks with his gut. They're not exactly friends but they aren't on bad terms either. This Beat is perfectly fine with that Beat, and that one is fine with this one so long as he stays away from his sister. They have a mutual understanding.
  • He steers clear of the House of Justice, though most of those deities don't have too much problem with him in the first place and are even willing to overlook his criminal activity (since he usually doesn't hurt anyone). Inspector Javert and Carmelita are hell-bent on catching him and putting him behind bars. Stryker's willingness to use overwhelming force is not unlike Captains Onishima and Hayato (the former of which Inspector Zenigata resembles).
    • He has a very strained relationship with Axel, Adam and Blaze. This is due to the fact that they are fellow under-appreciated SEGA deities yet are on opposite sides of the law. They are more than willing to help in arresting him, but feel an uncomfortable kinship with him. Like Zenigat they're prone to overlooking his shenanigans in favor of focusing more on far worse criminal activities in the Pantheon.
  • He holds a special animosity for all corrupt corporate suits and anyone who would destroy or otherwise suppress artistic liberty and expression. This love for individuality has inadvertently earned him the friendship of both Teams RWBY and JNPR.
    • The ONLY corporate representative that he doesn't dislike and even outright respects is Segata Sanshiro. This is because if not for him, Beat's own existence would never have come to be and so he feels that he owes Sanshiro his life.
  • Although he dislikes authority he is perfectly fine with being in charge, and so has been making strides to either reuniting or recreating the GG's in the Pantheon.
    • The first person he attempted to recruit was Subaru Nakajima, due to her being the Goddess of Skates (something he knows all too well). She turned down his invitation, but offered him her support as an ally.
    • The next individual he tried to recruit was not quite as forthcoming. Shadow the Hedgehog did not appreciate his aggressive approaches and so launched a Chaos Spear at him. Of course, Beat managed to dodge it and after an impromptu race/chase the Ultimate Lifeform declined his offer but agreed to an uneasy alliance.
    • Eventually, his effects persevered thanks to a chance meeting with Lúcio. Beat heard of his DJ and skating life and how he uses music in the line of being a freedom fighter, and went to ask him if he wanted to become a member of the GG's. To Beat's surprise, not only did Lucio accepted the offer on the spot, but would later start promoting him as well as the Jet Set Radio music station through his own music. Due to this, Beat has since in return utilized frogs more often in his work as a symbol of freedom, and became the best of friends with Lucio. Symmetra could only just sigh and groan in annoyance at realizing there was someone else like Lucio in the pantheon. Some days while cleaning Beat's more complex graffiti off her temple she wishes he would just try to steal from her.

    The Capers 
Dallas, Houston, Wolf, Chains (The PAYDAY crew) and Michael De Santa, Trevor Phillips and Franklin Clinton, Masters of The Caper
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Wolf, Chains, Dallas and Houston
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Trevor, Franklin and Michael
  • Demigods thenselves, Lesser Gods for each group, Intermediate Gods when both teams are together
  • Symbols:
    • Michael, Trevor, Franklin: $100 bills
    • PAYDAY crew: Their clown masks
  • Theme Songs:
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil for the PAYDAY crew, Chaotic Neutral for the GTA crew
  • Domains: Thievery, Stealth, Violence, Aggression
  • Portfolio:
  • Followers: Bain (PAYDAY crew), Lester Crest (Michael, Trevor, Franklin), Leverage Consulting Inc., Danny Ocean
  • Allies:
  • Commonality Connection with: The Mercanaries of Mann Co.
  • Enemies: Moriarty, most of the evil members of the House of Justice, The Joker (PAYDAY crew), the entirety of the House of Commerce (for obvious reasons), Marcus Kincaid (Trevor), Freddy Fazbear...basically, anyone they rip off.
  • Initially, the PAYDAY crew ascended to the position after their recent crime spree across America (including breaking into the skyscraper of the Garnet company and robbing the First World Bank) made waves among the Pantheon. However, the trio from Los Santos would go on to challenge the crew for their positions, after their own spree (which included hitting armored convoys, the headquarters of the FIB and the San Andreas Union Depository.) Eventually, Haruhi-sama declared that the two competing crews would pull off a simultaneous heist on a target of her own choosing. The exact details of the heist are unknown, but Haruhi, after tasking the story to be placed in the Tales of the Pantheon, decided to name both crews co-deities. Of course, these career criminals knew better than to oppose Haruhi's decisions and accepted their uneasy alliance.
  • Despite only being assembled for heists, the guys have develop a close sense of camaraderie and trust in each other, almost in the same manner as the Green Flu survivors and The Investigation Team. This does not stop each of them from taking "additional cuts" from their heists. Money is indeed the reason why they have banded together, after all.
  • Aside from being trained marksmen, both crews tend to take extraordinary measures in performing heists. For instance, when tasked to steal money from a panic room, the PAYDAY crew (instead of prying the door open or hacking the console) detached the room from the building and proceeded to carry the room away via helicopter. Michael's crew on the other hand managed to steal a bullion of gold more than $200 million from the San Andreas Union Depository.
  • The PAYDAY crew's Mission Control Bain is the one who creates the crazy plans the crew carries out in the field, as well as improvising a new one should things go awry, and is capable of bailing out the team within mere days (even if they've managed to kill thousands of cops in their failure). On the other hand, Michael and Trevor's old associate Lester Crest plans out their heists, planning locations of enforcers and back-up drivers in case the crew decides to play it loud or smart.
  • By no means do the team actively hurt civilians during their heists. This can be attributed to either their moral code or the fact that they get a pay cut in the end. While at the very least Michael and Franklin refrain from hurting innocents as well, Trevor, on the other hand...
  • Supposedly, a plan is in motion to have the two crews fight it out in a Death Battle with Wiz, Boomstick and Haruhi plotting to have both crews hit a bank simultaneously, causing them to fight in the process. Upon learning of this rumor, all of the guys decided to laugh it off before realizing that the money would be good if Haruhi was willing to pay up. Plus it'd help give Wolf and Trevor an avenue to settle a quick score of who is the more capable combatant.
  • Due to their bonding through same goals and long-term works, they have been seen talking with Mann Co's mercenaries as both teams have known similarities. One that stands out is that both teams have evolved into Fire-Forged Friends.
  • Exclusive to the PAYDAY crew:
    • The PAYDAY crew refuses to work with (moreso under) The Joker, having been aware of the last crew of clown-faced robbers that served under him. This has put the crew on Mr. J's shit list, with the Crown Prince of Crime having attempted to kill them time and time again.
    • Recently raided the Mercy Hospital in a heist for infected blood, where they met a Vietnam veteran named Bill. Not too long afterwards, a zombie outbreak ravaged said location.
    • Have resurfaced in Washington D.C. for another crime spree. Due to having either retired or being caught by the police, Hoxton and Chains are succeeded by new members who have assumed their codenames and masks.
      • At least until the original Hoxton returned and re-ascended. The new Hoxton was allowed to keep the mask, but had to change his codename to Houston to keep Hoxton from "beating the living shit out of him".
    • Aside from their heists, each of the team members have their own agendas around the Pantheon. Dallas finds himself doing business with some of the other members of the Pantheon, mainly to sell off stolen goods. Houston can sometimes be found wandering the House of Love, or competing with other thieves, like Zidane Tribal. Wolf's tendencies to live out his favorite action films puts him in contention with some of the other fight-happy deities. Chains provides mercenary work for some extra dough.
    • Will take on any contract and fight anyone (including gods and demons), provided that the payoff is big. Their ability to survive almost anything is thanks to the provisions and planning done beforehand between themselves and Bain. Recently, they stormed the Imperial City of Cyrodiil to steal an Elder Scroll and the Infinity Gauntlet from Thanos. Currently, they are after the most valuable treasure in the Pantheon: The Games of Divinity. Only time will tell if they succeed.
    • Once, the PAYDAY crew threw down the gauntlet and succeeded in stealing several items from the Treasures of the Pantheon: the Sweet Tooth truck, the Nox Nyctores note , the Reiji Maigo, The BFG-9000, Index Librorum Prohibitorum, The One Ring, The Ark of the Covenant and the Smash Ball. The crew was eventually forced to return the items, but many deities found themselves impressed with the crew's plan, which included saws, cardboard boxes, Kryptonite, schoolbuses, and the Smash Ball itself.
    • The crew has gotten bigger over the past few months: aside from the return of the original Hoxton, they acquired the services of several more career criminals... including the legendary hitman, John Wick. Many gods fear this mortal, and for good reason.
      • Unfortunately, their nightmares became true when John Wick's ascension occurred. Due to this, most people of the House of Commerce are wary not to get into the Crew's bad side.
    • Getting bored of battling law enforcement, the PAYDAY Crew once decided to raid a decidedly different sort of target: Freddy Fazbear's pizzaria. While they didn't expect much of a score from the establishment, the prospect of fighting The Dreaded animatronics seemed like a fun idea. The heist was...eventful to say the least, and was captured on the security cameras for posterity.
    • After many heists, the Payday Crew managed to finally "retire" after stealing the presidential pardons from the White House itself. The fact that there has been a sudden change to the President himself may or may not be related.
  • Exclusive to the Los Santos crew:
    • Trevor's Blood Knight tendencies have made waves amongst the Pantheon. He has attracted the attention of the Crawling Chaos himself, Nyarlathotep, who sought to harness Mr. Phillips' rage for his own. Trevor's response? Flipping the bird.
    • Trevor's company, Trevor Phillips Industries/Enteprises/Corporation/basically anything that sounds important, is currently competing against Marcus Kincaid's own Marcus Munitions. There is some bad blood between the two, probably hailing from the fact that Trevor was denied the ability to break into the arms race on Pandora.
    • None of the fellows seem to be too fond of the 3rd Street Saints, Michael in particular. While this could be attributed to a brief Mushroom Samba involving a purple haze and aliens, he claims that he is just wary of the gang's actions.
    • Franklin, along with other Badass Driver deities and associates (such as Speed Racer, Dominic Toretto and Captain Falcon) are planning to create a racing league for the members of the Pantheon to buy in.
    • Michael is a very fierce Papa Wolf to his children Tracey and Jimmy, and will tear through anyone to protect his children. This also extends to his proteges or anybody whom he considers to be like his own children, including Franklin. Even Kratos and Asura, two of the more vengeful gods in the Pantheon, give Michael their blessings to go crazy when his kids are threatened.
    • Recently, the trio have agreed to cease their "practices of capitalism" following their clashes with Corrupt Corporate Executive Devin Weston and Dirty FIB Agent Steve Haines, but have promised to return when the scores become bigger.
    • Trevor's attempts to break into the meth business puts him in contention with none other than Heisenberg himself, Walter White. Now, he waits for the day where he can gloat about destroying everything Walt has created before his cancer deals the final blow.
    • Michael can often be found with a good friend of his, Max Payne. It's been said that Max himself taught Michael everything he knows about marksmanship. He is also allies with the cowboy John Marston, who sympathizes with Michael's desire to be a good father and staying out of the life of crime despite circumstances.
    • Recently offered Niko Bellic the chance to join them in the next Big score as a gunman, given his involvement in the robbery of the Liberty City Bank. Niko unfortunately declined, citing that he has long abandoned his Criminal Career.

Quasideities

    Swiper the Fox 

Swiper the Fox, God of Being Told to Stop One's Own Criminal Actions

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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: His face and cowl
  • Theme Song: this tune
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (though his future self was perhaps Neutral Evil)
  • Portfolio: Friendly Enemy, Affably Evil, More Frightening Future Self, Harmless Villain, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Is Stopped When Asked (But Occasionally Beats Victims To It Before They Can)
  • Domain(s): Thieves, Thwarted, Villainy, Harmless
  • Heralds: Fifi the skunk in France, Sami the hyena in Tanzania, Fomkah the bear in Russia, Ying Ying the weasel in China (versions of him across the world)
  • High Priests: The Bobo Brothers
  • Followers: Cheeon, Rune, Cowboy X, The Ur-Quan, Hirou, The Mefirst Wizard
  • Allies: Dr. Drakken, Dr. Heinz Doofenshmirtz, Mr. Fox, Robbie Rotten, Isaac Dian and Miria Harvent
  • Friendly Enemy: Dora
  • Swiper has already been in the Pantheon for a while now under Dr. Drakken. But he hasn't done much swiping since most of his "victims" were too willing to retaliate with violence (a bat whack from Ness, a Death Glare from Mandy, a preemptive Thunderbolt from Ash's Pikachu, toy weapon attacks from the CMC after they were returning home from a LARP, a blast of magic from Star preempting Marco's karate chop). When he heard Dora was in the Pantheon, he immediately decided to go and try to swipe from her again for old time's sake.
    • After being "properly thwarted" by Dora yet again, someone in the Court witnessed this and the next day, Swiper found himself ascended now.
  • His new temple takes the form of Blueberry Hill and his burrow at the top. Given he's at the House of Crime, this means the bushels are sometimes picked, much to his ire, despite blueberries not even being that high up in terms of worth compared to everything else. He's been considering looking for security measures.
  • Due to his harmlessness, he's an absolute laughingstock for the House of Thieves. And most of his other neighbors wonder why he's even in their House in the first place.
    • There are a few who appreciate him though, such as Isaac and Maria, who—aside from being idiotic thieves—are actually good people with actual friends and are really nice people even to those they haven't met and they don't have the heart to intentionally kill people.
    • Another is Mr. Fox, who invited him over for a nice dinner. They even later established trade, a few of Fox's share for Swiper's blueberries and favors here and there to ensure there are always blueberries for him to trade with.
  • Gods can tell if Swiper’s coming when they hear that distinctive maracas-like (or spray bottle-like) sound. Since most folks in the Pantheon are smarter, this means he might get outed much faster or, in the case of more ruthless ones, get preemptively counterattacked, resulting in him needing to flee, or risk getting himself shot, blasted or getting the jump on.
  • He does have standards, though. If the thing he's swiped is meant to be a gift for someone (especially if it's from Santa), he'll give it back, no strings attached.
  • Even if he does steal something, he normally just tosses it somewhere nearby, often at bushes. Annoying for those in a time-sensitive mission, but then they should already be running, giving no time for Swiper to grab their stuff.
    • No one quite knows why he steals if he's only going to do that when he succeeds. His answer is that he just likes doing it.
    • And he doesn't like it if anyone else tries stealing from Dora; he feels that only he's allowed to do that.
  • Besides his natural stalking abilities (sometimes with the aid of a costume), he also has a great deal of technical knowledge, as he's built a variety of vehicles and gadgets (including a remote-controlled robot butterfly) to help him swipe things.
    • Occasionally tails Tails to observe his gadgetry and get some ideas for his own machines, not once swiping from him; he can show restraint, and it's not like he has to swipe all the time.
  • There's more to Swiper than just swiping, though. He has a soft spot for puppies, he's above swiping from delivery services addressed to him, and he's even once helped Dora on her quest to help a baby fox find its mommy, carrying the infant almost all through the adventure. He also doesn't speak Spanish, and wishes that he did.
  • Admits he's amused with the idea that some people see him as a customs officer. For this reason, some pranksters somehow harangued him one day to get to work at the Pantheon's barriers alongside the Inspector. He refuses to talk about what happened there.
  • Despite his alignment, he's on Santa's nice list ever since a certain time travel adventure with Dora. As such, his swipings have lessened, and he ceases doing so altogether on Christmas; makes sense as there are gifts and he draws the line in stealing those.


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