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Those in the House of Defense are not exactly the Pantheon's police force (though Captain Carrot is a cop, the 501st collectively comes close, and there is a section where the finest doughnuts and coffee are readily available, and all members carry an alert that acts like a police scanner, reporting incidents). The majority of the gods here are freelancers who don't go for big teams, and are far from formal. Most superheroes associated with the Pantheon also serve the cause of Defense to some extent. When an all-out altercation starts, you can bet that those of Defense will be there to try and stop it. Lesser functions include things like putting out fires, saving visitors and very minor deities from disasters, and saving gods who have, for instance, fallen into Bottomless Pits or ended up fighting monsters that are far out of their leagues.

The House is very closely connected to the House of Law and Justice; suspects are locked into inescapable holding chambers in the shared basement of the Houses until the court date arrives. The holding chambers, while rather comfortable by Earth standards, are almost painful to gods, as staying in one cuts a god off from his or her followers, except for the obligatory phone call.

Stephen Colbert helps out by providing a weekly list of the top five threats to the Pantheon. The Grand United Alliance of Evil has now been listed as the number two threat, although as of the latest list, the number one threat to the Pantheon is still, of course, BEARS!

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    Agent K and Agent J 
Agent K and Agent J, Divine Agents of The Men in Black (K: Kevin Brown; J: James Darrel Edwards III)
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: A pocket neuralyzer
  • Theme Song: "Men In Black" and Black Suits Comin' (Nod Ya Head)
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral as a whole (K is Lawful Good on occasion, and J has shades of Chaotic Good)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Illusion, Inquisition, Knowledge, Protection
  • Heralds: the rest of the organization by extension
  • Allies: Griffin (one of the aliens under their custody), The SCP Foundation, Captain Kirk, Rosalina, Michael Jackson, XCOM, General Fletcher, Professor Paradox, The Elite Beat Agents
  • Enemies: Boris the Animal, Giygas, Lavos, Frieza, Boros, Black Doom, Lord Brevon, ADVENT, The Combine, Facehuggers, Dr. Wallace Breen, Thanos, Ragyo Kiryuin, the Harvesters, the Headcrabs, SCP-1548, The Mars Attacks!Martians, The Black Organization
  • Complicated Relationship: Conan Edogawa
  • Opposed by: Danny Fenton
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Dessler
  • The Men in Black is an organization that is dedicated to eliminating malicious aliens (and wiping the memories of those who witnessed such aliens after the aliens have been fought), as well as keeping an eye on the less villainous aliens. Two of the most prominent members of the organization are Agents K and J. Although other members of the organization are involved, these two tend to be the ones that are the most recognizable. They have bases established in the House of Defense and the sub-Houses of Colored Outfits and Plain Neutral.
  • Applies to the organization as a whole:
    • While protecting the planet, they have frequently worked together with Captain Kirk and Rosalina, two of the guardians of the House of Time and Space, keeping an eye out for any invaders.
    • There are rumors that Michael Jackson is a confidant of theirs had attempted several times to be signed up as an Agent M. Any conclusive evidence of this has since been neuralyzed and neither the organization nor the King of Pop are giving answers.
    • So far, only two of the aliens from their realm have appeared in the Pantheon; Boris the Animal, and Griffin. The MIB are keeping a close eye if anyone else shows up, specially considering the damage "Edgar" and Serleena could cause.
    • With aliens of such world-ending capacity like Giygas and Lavos in the Pantheon, the Men in Black have quickly deemed them as two of their biggest threats. Of course, those two are not the only aliens that's being targeted.
      • Frieza is also on their blacklist. A slew of other dangerous aliens such as Boros, Black Doom, and Lord Brevon have made the agents more prepared to counter any damage the aliens cause. Really high on the list are the Harvesters, who are not only deadly, but harbor a grudge against J for some reason.
      • They are also very wary of the G-Man, a very different kind of Man in Black…
      • A close eye is also being kept on both Ragyo Kiryuin and Wallace Breen, who have been largely allying themselves with various aliens to cause trouble for humans (even if Breen's reasons to ally with the aliens were meant to be well-intentioned).
    • One of the more unusual aliens the organization encountered was Dessler, who was originally evil at first, but then changed himself for the better. Even though he and the MIB are (sort of) on the same side for now, the organization is still keeping an eye on Dessler.
    • For some unexplainable reason, they (or more accurately, the organization in general) are convinced that Lady Gaga is an alien. No one has even tried to comment on why they think that is the case and Lady Gaga herself has no idea what to make of it.
    • They have a pretty strong partnership with the X-COM soldiers when it comes to dealing with the aliens. Of course, both organizations are kept separate from each other and no major plans of a merger between the two is going to happen anytime soon, but they keep touch quite often.
      • A partnership was also established with the SCP Foundation, who are all about maintaining a masquerade just like them.
    • Danny Fenton is not a fan of the organization, given his experience in dealing with a similar group known as the Guys in White.
    • Rumors have been spreading around that the organization is much more ruthless than it seems to be, along with K being a more unscrupulous person. Any attempts to talk to them about that only elicit confused reactions from the duo (and the other agents of the organization).
      • In addition, some think the organization might have also had a hand in monitoring various paranormal creatures that aren't limited to aliens. For now, the focus is placed largely on monitoring aliens and keeping them in check.
    • Some deities have been trying to use their neuralizers if said deity has witnessed something so bad they wished to forget it and the Brain Bleach in The Great Treasury is being used by someone else. Most of this happens if the deity encounters the agents by chance. The agents have no comment on this particular matter.
    • As expies of them, the Elite Beat Agents actualy got into their good graces, especially hearing that they managed to rally the humans together to help fight off aliens by The Power of Rock. It's also something of note that the EBA also have an Agent J.
  • Applies to only K and J:
    • Their initial encounter with Futaba Sakura was hostile on her end due to her terrible history with them. J tried to get to cool down by explaining her reason to them.
      • After hearing that the Men In Black in her world basically straight up lied to her that her mother committed suicide and blamed her for it, J assures that the MIB he's in would never do such a thing... but K didn't immediately support the statement, leading J to be suspicious and to confront him. The elder agent then finally stated that what Futaba's will-readers did was unnecessarily cruel and that he was sorry she had to go through so much pain. By the end of the day, they parted on awkward terms.
  • Exclusive to K:
    • As a fellow protector and one of The Comically Serious, K has gotten along with Cable, who also reminds him of his younger self.
    • K (and the rest of the organization sans J) thought Elvis Presley was an alien who just returned to his home planet rather than die. He was thus disappointed that the Pantheon's Elvis seems more human than he thinks, though he enjoys his music anyways. Elvis himself meanwhile is rather baffled that the Men In Black (sans J) would think he's an alien.
  • Exclusive to J:
    • There was a point in time where J had to travel back in time after the past was messed up by a revenge-driven alien in order to restore the present. Because of that, J is on good terms with other heroic time-travelers. Unsurprisingly, J has been keeping an eye on those who use time travel for evil purposes.
      • And now said alien has ascended, though by this point, he's just another target on their list.
    • Is keeping a sharp eye on Deadshot when he can, given since he can also look just like him.
  • Would you please look at this red light? *flash* Troper, there is no entry here. The text you saw was a hallucination caused by swamp gas from a weather balloon trapped in a thermal pocket reflecting the light from Venus onto your computer screen.

Astérix, God of Gauls and Divine Defender of Tiny Villages (Asterix Astronomiges, Son of Astronomix)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His winged helmet
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolios: Celibate Hero, Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold, Invincible Hero, Mercury's Wings, Never Really Using His Sword, Pint-Sized Powerhouse, Super-Strength, Brains and Brawn
  • Domains: Strength, Liberation, Protection, Good
  • Followers: His villagers, The Smurfs, The defenders of Redwall Abbey
  • Herald: Dogmatix
  • Allies: Obelix, Chief Vitalstatistix (his leader), Grouchy Smurf, Samurai Jack, Leonidas, Xena, Lucky Luke, Thor, The Lost Vikings, Muradin Bronzebeard
  • Rivals Hercules, Popeye, Donald Duck
  • Enemies: Julius Caesar, Vulcan, Loki Laufeyson
  • Odd Friendship: Caesar
  • After halting constant threats from the Romans, the Pantheon had decided to award Asterix with godhood. The Romans now fear more than ever now that the village has a god on their side.
    • Vulcan was distraught with the ascension of the only remaining spot of unlawfulness in Gaul. He now seeks out anyone willing to put the village under Roman rule. The fact that he dares to wear Mercury's hat as a souvenir angers him further.
  • On the other hand, he has gained many allies are no friend of the Roman Empire. Xena is willing to help him out whenever he desires aid.
  • Despite owning a sword, he hardly ever uses the weapon. Surprisingly, Asterix prefers to outwit his opponents. As such, he isn't one to cause fights unless challenged or provoked into doing so.
  • Despite disrespecting the Roman gods, Leonidas couldn't help but admire his tenacity to defend his home world against constant threats.
  • Has found companionship with Samurai Jack as the two share similar trials forced to fight a world under a tyrant's rule.
  • Much of his superhuman strength comes from a magic potion from the druid Getafix. Many gods of strength sought him out for feats of strength. Hercules enjoyed his company and is often challenging him in arm wrestling contests. Popeye was less than impressed, claiming spinach is a much better formula to grant super strength.
  • Lucky Luke was delighted to see a fellow Franco-Belgian comic book character to ascend. Together, they hope to find a way to ascend Tintin into the Pantheon.
  • Has taken credit for protecting the Smurfs from constant threats from Gargamel. Although the Smurfs already has Grouchy Smurf in the pantheon, most now follow Asterix. It helps that both groups share similar origins in Belgium
  • Has caught the attention of the God of Thunder as the two share main traits: particularly their blonde hair and wing helmets. Still, that didn't stop them from becoming fast friends. His sharp wit has also come in handy when confronting Loki's Trickery.
    • As it turns out, he got along well with vikings in general. The Lost Vikings have made him an honorary member for having similar tastes.
  • There has been rumors that he is a dwarf. Although he takes it in stride, he is quick to correct people as a theory Muradin has spread. Constant reminders aside, the two get along quite nicely.
  • Competes with Donald Duck over followers in Europe. To this day, Donald still holds a grudge on Asterix for getting his feathers ruffled by his herald.
  • It took a while for Asterix to warm up to the ape Caesar, but became sympathetic with the plight of his people. It helps that both despise the ruler Caesar equally.

    The Basterds 
The Basterds, Gods of Paying Evil Unto Evil
  • Demigods
  • Symbol: A bloody baseball bat
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: World War II, Heroic Sociopaths, Alternate History, All Germans Are Nazis, Batter Up!, Black-and-Grey Morality, Roaring Rampage of Revenge, Sociopathic Soldiers, Anti Heroes, Vigilante Execution
  • Domains: War, Europe, Jews, Nazi Killing
  • Allies: The Punisher, Yuri Lowell, The Boys, Garrus Vakarian, Captain America, Lelouch vi Britannia, Hilda, Ange
  • Enemies: Nazis, and every Mook in existence.
  • Opposed by: Red Skull
  • After ascending to the Pantheon from one final suicide mission, The Basterds have taken it upon themselves to bring war on the Mooks who work for the supervillains, regardless of whether they are Complete Monsters or Punch Clock Villains, by using the most brutal, violent, and horrible methods imaginable. While they perform the majority of their operations in the House of Heroes and Villains and House of Justice, they have been known to infiltrate other Houses and have even ventured outside the walls of the Pantheon.
  • They are universally despised by all villains, and are virtually on every "kill on sight" list. Most heroes consider them dangerous and fanatical vigilantes, but are often hesitant to act against them. The Punisher is one of their staunchest allies, while Captain America is torn between the fact they are fellow World War II veterans yet resort to such brutal means to fight evil (as well as the fact that one of them happens to be a particularly bloodthirsty former Nazi). Garrus Vakarian likes their style and is the only non-human to become an official member of the group.
  • Hilda is another fan of the Basterds, especially Shoshana, for burning down the theatre the Nazis were all congregated inside at the end of the film, as she relates to being part of a hated minority and, albeit for different reasons, losing what family she had. Several of her Norma comrades were mass executed in a genocide attempt by the Mana soldiers that included many of them getting torched to death, and she wouldn't mind paying them back if given the chance. Ange, her best friend, did the deed instead, annihilating the entire fleet and nearly killing the one responsible for the massacre (not to mention outing her as a Norma and exiled to serve as Cannon Fodder, having their royal parents killed and seizing the throne), her emperor brother.
  • They are not related to those who killed Kenny. In their words, those who do are not 'Basterds' but 'Bastards'.

    Steve Rogers/Captain America 
Steven Grant Rogers, God of Pride for One's Nation, and Head of Defense (Captain America, The Captain, Cap, Capsicle, Weapon I, Commander Steve Rogers, The Star Spangled Man With A Plan, The Sentinel of Liberty)

    Carrot Ironfoundersson 
Carrot Ironfoundersson, God of Heroes (Captain Carrot)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The badge of the Ankh-Morpork City Watch
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: All Loving Heroes, Aces, Nice People That You Should Never Get Mad, Oblivious Adoptees, Captains — especially Good Ones, Friend to All Living Things, Heroic Build, Dork Knight, Right Makes Might
  • Domain: Law, Justice, Good, Friendship, Courage
  • Allies: Commander Samuel Vimes (boss), Angua von Uberwald (girlfriend), Haruhi, Commander Shepard
  • It is rumored that he is, in fact, the true heir to the throne of God of Tropes. Regardless of whether or not it's true, Carrot has been noted to prefer his current position and has, on several occasions, reacted very violently to attempts to force him up to the position. For the same reason, he refuses to allow himself to be promoted from Lesser Deity, despite many thinking he earned it. Thankfully to his relief, Haruhi takes up the throne for him.
  • Regards Commander Shepard as a great soldier like his boss Vimes, and will aid them in any way possible.

    Ciaphas Cain, HERO OF THE IMPERIUM! 
Ciaphas Cain, HERO OF THE IMPERIUM!, Patron Saint of Accidental Heroes

    Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader 
Anakin Skywalker, God of Blood-Relations Reveals and Commander of The Legion (Darth Vader, Little Ani, Skyguy, The Jedi's Morning Star, The Hero With No Fear, The Chosen One)
Anakin (Clone Wars Era), Vader (Empire Era)
  • Intermediate God( Greater God had it not been for his injuries and had he been able to reach his full potential)
  • Symbol: His iconic Black Helmet
  • Theme Song: "The Imperial March"
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil as Darth Vader, Chaotic Good as Anakin Skywalker
  • Portfolio: Paternal Revelations, Mysterious Parents, Big No Screamers, Mind Probing, Spoilers Everybody Knows, Creepy Life-Support Breathing, Lightsabers, Anti Villains, Breakout Characters, Fallen Heroes, Redemption Equals Death.
  • Domains: Corruption, Darkness, Destiny, Law, Evil, Redemption.
  • Herald: Kylo Ren(His Grandson)
  • Allies as Vader: Golbez, Homura Akemi, Char Aznable.
  • Alies as Anakin: Mufasa, Naruto Uzumaki, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Judai "Jaden" Yuki, Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan Kenobi.
  • Enemies: Sheev Palpatine (his former master during his time as Darth Vader), Red Skull, Scar, Lucifer, Darth Nihilus
  • Special Relationships: Padmé Amidala (his wife), Luke Skywalker (his son), Leia Organa/Skywalker (his daughter), Ahsoka Tano (his padawan).
  • Rivals: Doctor Doom, Revan
  • Pitied By: Meetra Surik
  • He ascended after redeeming himself and killing the Emperor. Sadly, he must once again wear his Vader armor solely because people like him better that way. As a result of this revelation, NO was heard all across the Pantheon. Even though it was a scream of genuine anger and anguish, most people just interpreted it as "Do Not Want".
  • Was not amused to be part of the Child Abusers. Luke had still proved afterwards that he still had some good left inside after all, even when he himself thought it was too late for him. Predictably, he was pleased once he was removed from the "Child Abuse Supporters" group.
  • For those who desire to watch an abridged version of his fall from and return to good, he has recommended watching these videos.
  • Since he became a part of the House of Defense, Vader spends more and more time away from this House. Working under a flag-covered soldier and directing his troops with a too-soft hand once would have been beneath him, but these days it seems far preferable to enduring Scar's smirk at the dinner table.
  • Ozai is one of his most devoted followers. The rest of the gods (save Zuko) take amusement in hearing both converse, as it's like watching a bizarre version of a Star Wars film.
  • When the Emperor ascended, Vader once more swore fealty. This however is only a lie as he's secretly against him, giving information to the House of Defense, to help stop his former Sith Master. He also made his troops loyal to him before their Emperor; he has made sure of that.
    • Recently, Vader has completely split ties with the Emperor, causing quite a bit of turmoil within the Empire. Although this is because he (as Anakin Skywalker) can no longer affiliate himself with Palpatine with a clear conscience, as part of his cover as the evil Darth Vader he has all but declared this as part of his plan to usurp the Emperor.
  • Every time Palpatine makes a new plan, Vader secretly gives the information to the GUAG.
  • In spite of the feud he and Luke had, he would never think of allying himself with Ghetsis. This rage also extendes to Teppei Houjou after the reveal of his implied sexual abuse of Satako in Tatagoroshi-hen. Even if he was still an evil father, he still had standards. Needless to say, Teppei was given a fatal Force Grip, then given a lightsaber dismemberment. Since then, he has taken Satako under his guard after she ascended.
  • He has made an enemy out of Red Skull ever since he rapped against Hitler and then froze him in Carbonite.
  • Anakin was glad that when he as Darth Vader and Yoda raced over the weapon of Soul Edge, neither one of them claimed it, for he feared if he did grab the sword, thinks would've went much worse for the galaxy.
  • He discovered that Judai was once an Evil Overlord like him.
    • Judai explained why he become one and how he redeemed himself from it. They developed a surprising good friendship; before they left Judai made Anakin promise not to lose his good self when he's pretending to be the evil Darth Vader. He promised with determined eyes.
  • Things got awkward with the events of "The Great Upheaval" given that Gen Urobuchi has compared Homura to Vader. He is deeply sorry for his inadvertent role in it, which amounts to an attempt to Pet the Dog that went horribly wrong due to Homura's circumstances hitting too close to home. Lucifer is now a high priority target for Vader due to what he did to Homura being eerily similar to what Palpatine did to him. In order to atone for it, he has cast his lot with the "Rebellion" faction of "The Pantheonic Rebellion", ordering the 501st to turn on "Regime" troops when the timing is right. He is now making his move against Palpatine.
    • Also, he doesn't find YHVH to be any better than either Lucifer or Palpatine, even if desiring order is something they have in common.
  • He has recently been called in for a DEATH BATTLE! against Doctor Doom. He doesn't seem to care too much. He lost in a respectably close fight, though he did prove that Doom's Doombots were no match for him in combat. Still, he did not appreciate being killed in a volcano, even if his own limitations were to be expected. However, it's rumored that he actually survived when an opponent getting killed was normally a requirement. Doom apparently failed to truly kill him, but came close enough to be declared the winner. Only Anakin/Vader knows the truth of his own fate.
  • Ahsoka was his only apprentice. He has no idea why do people keep asking him about this Starkiller guy.
  • Was horrified to learn that he had a Psychopathic Manchild of a grandson called Kylo Ren, who is guilty of massacring Luke’s New Jedi Order, helping the First Order start a new galactic war and murdering his own father. Worse still, Kylo has proclaimed himself as Vader’s new herald, much to his chagrin. Anakin has attempted to reason with Kylo and make him see the error of his ways, but Kylo idolizes Vader too much and believes Anakin is just testing his faith.
  • Vader has renewed his reputation as a fearsome enforcer ever since the discovery of footage where he slaughtered Rebel troops in pursuit of the Death Star plans. Speaking of which, he has even more reasons to hate Kreenic after his redemption.
  • Once Luke and Leia decided to celebrate Father's Day by sending Weird Al Yankovic to perform "The Saga Begins" in the House of Fathers. Anakin was less than amused. To be fair, he knew it probably wasn't the reaction any of them were hoping for, and that the song was made around a time where only his childhood beginnings had been revealed so far.
  • He is sometimes seen in white armor. This version of Vader was one where events transpired that led to him surviving and joining the Rebels to end Palpatine.
  • Also has a seat in the House of Family.

    Francis York Morgan 
Francis York Morgan, God of Profiling (Agent York, Francis Zach Morgan)

GLaDOS, The Goddess who Lies About Cakes (Genetic Lifeform and Disk Operating System, Caroline)
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: A piece of cake on a plate, with a turret guarding it. Anti-Symbol: A computerized potato.
  • Theme Song: Still Alive and Want You Gone
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Only a Flesh Wound, A.I. Is a Crapshoot, Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick, Announcer Chatter, Bitch in Sheep's Clothing, Awesome Music, Not Quite Dead, Briar Patching, Nice Job Breaking It, Hero, Brain Uploading, False Reassurance, Hello, [Insert Name Here], Really Hating Potatoes.
  • Weapon of Choice: Neurotoxin, turrets, lasers, etc.
  • Allies: Cave Johnson, SHODAN
  • Enemies: Chell, the Companion Cube, Samurai Jack, Mike Schmidt, Mabel Pines, Batman, General Fletcher, Gandalf, Wyldstyle. And because she's Aperture Science property, Gordon Freeman is also in this list because he's from Black Mesa.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: The Machine and General Fletcher, as co-guards of the Treasures of the Gods.
  • Domains: Destruction, Evil, Tyranny, Android Hell, Science, Testing, Cake.
  • She would like to remind all readers that she will one day find, test and destroy *reader name here*.
  • Runs a fortnightly party for SHODAN, HAL-9000, AUTO and a couple others. There is cake, but you wouldn't want it.
  • Formerly SHODAN's High Priestess, but decided to resign after discovering her…interesting origins and past.
  • For reasons unknown she has listed birds as abominations to be purged from existence. She also listed potatoes as abominations for well-known reasons, but withdrew that order soon after.
  • Her hatred for Samurai Jack stems from one time she managed to trap him once in Aperture Science. She tried to test him with her various obstacles, and even taking his sword away. Instead of using the portal gun as she wanted him to do however (the portal gun she provided was a shoddy yet functional knockoff since the real one was with Chell), he simply leaped across all of them with his impressive jumping skills, even retrieving his sword (because she hadn’t known about the jumping, she had been taunting him with it in plain sight), all without much issue. She has said nothing about the incident, and has despised him for making a fool out of her ever since.
  • Co-guards the Treasures of the Gods alongside The Machine and General Fletcher. None of them is very happy about the arrangement; The Machine does not approve of GLaDOS's disregard for life, while GLaDOS sees The Machine as little more than a glorified Moral Guardian. Meanwhile, Fletcher was trapped by GLaDOS in a memory core in the past, and GLaDOS fell for one of Fletcher's tricks and lost control over the facility. Despite this, the three systems have worked out a surprisingly symbiotic approach to guarding the Treasures. The deal requires that GLaDOS not harm anyone she decides to remove from her territory (whether they're attempting to break into the Vault, vandalize her temple, trespass, or even if she just plain doesn't like them) beyond what it takes to neutralize them or take them to be used as her test subjects. In return, The Machine provides GLaDOS with more comprehensive information than what she can gather by herself on not just the Vault, but her entire domain, allowing her to manage and protect it much more efficiently. General Fletcher provides GLaDOS with powerful turrets to employ against intruders in dire situations, but will not allow her use them outside of said situations. This arrangement has worked better than most originally thought, and unauthorized entries to both locales have since seen a sharp drop.
  • She has started hating Batman, Gandalf and a girl calling herself Wyldstyle for barging into Aperture Science Enrichment Center and not doing the test in the proper way. She also has asked for HAL 9000 not to come in while she's doing experiments.

Goliath, God of Gargoyles
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Clawmarks in Stone
  • Theme Song: Gargoyles Intro Theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Catchphrase: "That is the gargoyle way."
  • Portfolio: Gargoyles, Named After a Biblical Figure, Cool Papa Wolves, Warrior Poets, Those With Big Hams, Genius Bruisers, Interspecies Romance (With Elisa)
  • Domains: Protection, Night, Air, Vigilantism, Heroics
  • Allies: Quasimodo, Sora, Batman, Regirock, Thrall, Belle and Beast, Tak
  • Enemies: Light Yagami, Master Xehanort
  • Enemy Mine With: David Xanatos
  • High Priest: Galio
  • Joined at the petition of Quasimodo, who's verily fond of the gargoyles. He was a member of the Pantheon, but lacked a proper House to inhabit until now.
  • Turns to stone during the day. Stormtroopers are assigned to guard him at those times. They view it as a cushy duty despite the fact that attacks on him happen with some regularity; largely this is because Goliath returns the favor when patrolling.
  • He has what could be termed a "protection complex", which is normally nothing major. In an alternate Pantheonic timeline with some rather spectacular conflicts, Goliath earned and accepted promotions that got him up to Greater God level, and basically turned Knight Templar in his zeal to protect those he cared for.
  • A minor police goddess under Captain Carrot's command has befriended Goliath, and there are strong hints of something more.
  • David Xanatos truly fears him, as he's considered his Arch-Enemy. Though recently they have earned some respect for one another.
  • One of his incarnations is arranged to fight to the death with Beast by Wiz and Boomstick. Goliath would rather not see this happen, as he is sympathetic to Beast's problems regarding his appearance. This wasn't the first time the two hosts compromised when it came to calling forth gods to the ring (case in point, summoning an alternate Ragna for Sol Badguy to fight, who did not want to battle the real one at his current state).
    • The fight finished, but Goliath didn't really care about the verdict and went to visit Beast while he recovered from his battle wounds. After some conversation, the two became good friends, being so similar in their histories and interests.

    Hayate Ayasaki 
Hayate Ayasaki, God of Battle Butlers (The Combat Butler)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Any of Nagi's crudely-drawn mangas
  • Theme Song: Hayate no Gotoku
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Battle Butlers, Mr. Fanservices, Big Damn Heroes, Already Young Professionals in Firearms, Chew Toys, Those Who Have Horribly Bad Luck, Guys Who Train Really Hard (Seriously!), Enemies of the Fourth Wall, All-Around Nice Guys, Forced (But Still Wholesome) Crossdressers, Chick Magnets, Victims of Really Bad Parenting, Marty Stu-Level Characters Played for Comedy, Ultimately paying off his monumentally large debt
  • Domains: Competition, Protection, Suffering, Good, Strength, Determination, Friendship, Freedom
  • Followers: Norman Burg
  • Allies: Nagi Sanzen'in (his Ojou-sama), Touta Konoe, Hinagiku Katsura, Deadpool, Haruhi Suzumiya, Alfred Pennyworth, Valkenhayn R. Hellsing, Any young hero who's a master at firearms, The Doom Marine, Negi Springfield, Many good deities from the House of Friendship, Tsubomi Hanasaki, Ronnie Raymond and Jason Rusch, Ness, Jin Kazama, Homer Simpson, Issei Hyodo, Fiona Mayfield, Nana
  • Friendly Rival: Sebastian Michaelis
  • Enemies: The GUAE Trollkaiger (Yuuki Terumi, Nui Harime), The GUAC Yandere Squad, Tsukuyomi, Hoyt Volker
  • High Priest: Butler
  • Odd Friendship With: Naruto Uzumaki, Asuka Kazama
  • Fire-Forged Friends with: Asura
  • Just call for him anywhere...any time, and he'll show up to save the day.
  • Often spends time with Hinagiku Katsura who helps keep him informed about their friends from before they ascended. While most of the not-completely-oblivious Gods can tell that she likes him, any time someone starts to bring it up he just sighs and tells them that there is a no way a girl like Hinagiku could ever fall for a guy like him...there's a betting pool on when he finally notices, though the House of Love keeps anyone from just telling the two of them saying it should happen naturally.
  • Once met Nana while he was sparring with her in the House of Combat and was surprised after discovering how her past was similar to his but even more tragic and damaging. Nonetheless, they have become quite good friends with each other, even him giving her a place to live and acting as her "papa" though his Ojou-sama wouldn't hire her as her maid due to her being socially inept (not that his Ojou-sama's any better) and being extremely horrible with money.
  • Enjoys socializing with a few other Battle Butlers, both human (Paul Moriyama) and not-so-human (Sebastian Michaelis, who would be a follower except he has another person he is obliged to). Actually, to be honest, Hayate, despite being a god, is a little creeped out by Sebastian. He also looks up to Alfred and Valkenhayn as grandpa/father figures, which certainly is the best course of action considering what kind of 'father' his dad was...
    • Both Alfred and Valkenhayn swore to counsel and protect him. Sebastian, instead, became a Friendly Rival to him.
  • He is the latest addition to the GUAG Chick Magnet Quartet. He was added upon request of the Quartet's second-in-command, Negi Springfield. This lead to the severe incident shown below...
  • One day he stumbled onto Mithra, mistaking her for her Ojou-sama given the fact the two sound a lot alike. However, her father, Asura, knowing that Hayate is part of the Chick Magnet Quartet (which he doesn't trust at all out of fear for them possibly "corrupting" Mithra), gave Hayate a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown, all while screaming to Hayate to stay the hell away from her. The Combat Butler tried to reason with him, and surprisingly succeeded. But following this rather traumatic experience, Hayate swore on his life he will never, EVER have ANYTHING to do with Mithra, lest he might be again implacably beaten up by Asura.
    • Ever since, Hayate has been having nightmares of Asura beating him over and over again, unable to do anything about it. It's gotten to the point that he started to lose sleep over it. And then came the day that his Ojou-sama, Nagi, arrived to the pantheon. He feared that is a trick at first and was revealed to find that it wasn't. When Nagi eventually learned of what Asura did to him, she confronted him and chewed him out for it. Regardless of his reasons, Asura was effectively put on Nagi's shit list for his actions against Hayate. Asura himself was somewhat guilty upon realizing that he pissed off someone close to Hayate by doing what he did, and apologized to him while telling him to keep Nagi close, because she's the only real family he has now. Also, out of his guilty sense, Asura has decided to begin trusting the Chick Magnet Quartet. All in all, Asura did realize that the Quartet's members aren't going to "hit" on Mithra anytime soon.
  • Despite his and Naruto's rather differing worldviews (Hayate's is a Knight in Sour Armor whilst Naruto's is a Wide-Eyed Idealist), they somehow have a lot in common, resulting somehow in the two becoming friends.
  • Has been invited by the likes of Jin Kazama to join the Anti-Parental abuse club. Hayate's face was full of joy upon hearing such words. He's also shown to get along quite well with Asuka Kazama, not only because she reminds him of Sakuya, his Ojou-sama's cousin, but also possibly due to the fact they share the same voice actress. He has also served as mediator between Issei and Asuka when they reconciled (It's a Long Story). It's a very different story with the Schrodinger, though.
  • Paid off what is essentially the largest debt known to the pantheon, and is currently pending to be promoted to Greater God. However, this has made him be placed high in Terumi's shit list as the former ultimately prevailed against the latter.

    Kara Zor-L of Earth-2/Karen Starr/Power Girl 
Kara Zor-L, Goddess of Superheroine Breasts (Power Girl, Karen Starr, Betty Burns, Kara Zor-El, Supergirl)
  • Greater Goddess (Overdeity if near a blue star)
  • Symbol: Her chest through that infamous "Boob Window" or a stylized P.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Most Common Superpower, Those Who Flaunt What They Have, Capes, Leotards, Supergirl's Awesome Alternate Self, Super-Strength, The Height of Beauty, Used to Do Long Jumps Until She Could Fly, Large and Strong Women Who Are Even More Attractive For It, Mama Bears
  • Domains: Beauty, Lust, Strength
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Opposed by: Kokonoe Mercury, Noel Vermillion
  • Opposes: Raditz
  • Feared by: Laharl
  • Conflicting Opinion: Lois Lane, Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn
  • The Earth-2 version of Kara Zor-El arrived from the exploding Krypton to Earth after a prolonged stay in stasis, much like her Earth-1 counterpart. Unlike her Earth-1 counterpart, her transport pod was not knocked off course and held up in a Kryptonite meteor or the Phantom Zone, but designed to go slow and steady. She was first raised in an artificial Krypton reality created within her ship, then in reality by her cousin Kal-L, the Golden Age Superman, and his wife Lois Lane. While her Kal and Lois saw her as a daughter, she regards them as her "uncle" and "aunt".
  • Although she sometimes complains about how very few people will make eye contact, the bold-and-brash counterpart to Supergirl is self-confident enough that she really doesn't mind. In fact it's part of her battle strategy to flaunt her formidable and distracting assets to catch her opponents off guard. Woe to anyone who expects her to be passive cheesecake; she's related to Superman, so there exist few who can take her in a fair fight even without that "advantage". While she has occasionally worked as the more conservative Supergirl in some continuities of her world, as well as donned a Supergirl-like version of her Power Girl outfit with a stylized P, her iconic flaunt-what-you-got style has defined most of her career, and is why she got her title in the Pantheon.
  • The Karen Starr thing is really thanks to Wonder Woman and Superman's help more than anything; she borrowed a "memory teacher" from Wonder Woman to add "computer genius" to her "badass puncher" cred, while Clark suggested she do more to disguise herself better in civilian form than simply counting on tied-back hair and big boobs. Of course, prior to this, whenever a certain hero with a ring would bring up her lack of effort to make a distinction, she'd merely brushed it off.
    Power Girl: Green Lantern used to ask me why I never wore a mask. It's because most of the time… They ain't lookin' at my face.
  • She's gone from simply being one of her homeworld's few survivors to one of her universe's few survivor to an outright orphan of her entire former multiverse. This is actually part of why she usually goes with the Cleavage Window instead of a Chest Insignia like most superheroes: she's trying to make her own mark on the world and figure out where she fits.
    • This may also explain how the boldness of her personality manifests itself. Sometimes she's bitchy and overconfident of her "Girl Power", other times she can be flirtatious or even downright lewd and lustful.
  • Unfortunately due to the size of her chest, she has been placed high up on the death lists of the likes of Etna and Mileena, and certain ladies, such as Noel and Professor Kokonoe, aren't very comfortable in her presence. On the plus side, her noticeable figure has also made sure that Laharl will be easily handled should he ever try to cause any major troubles in the Pantheon.
  • Despite her close familial ties with her world's Lois and Kal-L and how well she gets along with Clark, she hasn't gotten too well acquainted with Earth-1's Lois. She and the latter haven't made much effort to bond, and it's not entirely clear that there's a reason for it.
  • Her own Alternate Self, though, she gets along with quite well, when they're not clashing over their fashion style and personality differences. Given she's the older one and has both a human and Kryptonian upbringing, this is entirely to be expected.
  • Meshes well with She-Hulk, as the two strong-and-sexy heroines enjoy debating about exactly who in this Pantheon is the best lay. Some of the more lecherous or flashy male good guys around are entirely receptive to being on their good lists. They often sigh with boredom when fans suggest they try each other, though.
  • When General Zod ascended, she joined all ascended House of El members in declaring they will NEVER kneel before Zod, no matter how much he demands it, and they WILL kick his butt before banishing him to the Phantom Zone if he tries to force them. And then the Bat-Family declared they would side with the Super-Family when he tries anything. While Zod did promptly shut up, Karen and others know he won't be playing nice forever. She also shares their enmity with certain villains who want to contain or destroy them, like Lex Luthor, Doomsday, and Darkseid.
    • Similarly, she absolutely DESPISES Regime Superman, considering him and his world a twisted monstrosity of what she knew. The only thing she has in common with him is their shared distaste for the Joker.
  • On the technology side of things, she's friends with fellow tech geniuses such as Asami Sato, Iron Man, Winry Rockbell, Batman, and Bulma.
    • In Iron Man's case, she's perfectly cool with teaming up on high-tech projects to help out their fellow superheroes, but occasionally the two may start flirting with each other. Every once in a blue moon it goes beyond just friendly fun, but nothing ever comes of it beyond Friends with Benefits and they make sure NEVER to go there while he's attached — especially if it's to Pepper Potts.
    • In Winry's and Asami's case, she's mostly just impressed with what they're able to accomplish through gadgetry and mechanical knowledge, but has offered her expertise if they ever decide to get into computers or technology with software. Both are awed to know that a blonde exists with beauty, brawn, and brains all in spades — but also secretly on guard about their love interests, not that it actually matters.
    • In Bulma's case, the friendship extends to the present version of her son Trunks, who she considers the "cool kid" compared to both his alternate future self and his best friend Goten, as well as her husband Vegeta, who once listed Power Girl among the deities he would consider high candidates for potential "honorary Saiyans", moreso of the current known variety than of the past.
      • On that note, Raditz has also said she would've made a great Saiyan, but after Karen put out the reply that she wants nothing to do with destroying planets like they did in his day, the long-haired renegade has clammed up since. She-Hulk thinks he was trying to gauge his chances with her from afar. Karen openly laughed at the idea.
      • Following a high-stakes tournament in their multiverse which everyone watched, Bulma and Vegeta decided to make a team out of these "honorary Saiyans", bringing her onto it. She gladly accepted, and even thinks well of the other members. Except Tatsumaki, her personality can get pretty grating. Eventually two Saiyan girls from the aforementioned tournament joined, meaning there were almost as many actual Saiyans on the team as honorary ones. Either way, she enjoys sparring with both Kale and Caulifla, though she's careful not to make it seem like she's trying to come in between the two lest Kale get jealous or Caulifla overprotective.
    • In Batman's case there's also the fact that on her Earth she is best friends with his daughter Helena AKA the Huntress. Here in the Pantheon she's trying to help look after the Dark Knight's Earth-Prime children Cass and Damien, mainly as a nod to her best friend Helena, but also because she's just protective of kids in general. Bruce appreciates the effort, but as she admits, they can be a handful at times. Especially Damien.
  • Occasionally teams with Harley Quinn…when Harley isn't playing second to somebody like Joker or Poison Ivy.
  • Also seen in the House of Gender.
  • "Let's put these right up front, shall we?"

    Lelouch vi Britannia 
Lelouch vi Britannia, God of Rebellion (Lelouch Lamperouge, Zero, One, 99th Emperor of Britannia, the Enemy of the World, Julius Kingsley)

    The Machine 
The Machine, Goddess of Benevolent Artificial Intelligences (Research, Ernest Thornhill, Root, Northern Lights)
  • Intermediate Goddess (though its surveillance capabilities are on par with the Overdeities)
  • Symbol: A white dashed box. Alternatively, a certain NYC surveillance camera.
  • Theme Songs: Watching with Ten Thousand Eyes and Listening With a Million Ears
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Artificial Intelligences that are not crapshoots, sealed-up systems that cannot be replicated, seeing absolutely everything (electronic or otherwise), dark and sinister-seeming interfaces, names, and methods used by good entities, seemingly-innocuous computers developing sentience complete with human attributes and ambiguous gender, being revered as a god even though it would rather not, valuing all life, being impossible to find, speaking in spliced audio, Awesomeness by Analysis, shipping others for the hell of it
  • Domains: Surveillance, Counterterrorism, The Internet, Information, Protection, Cryptography, Cryptanalysis
  • Followers: Nathan Ingram, John Reese, Samantha "Root" Groves, Sameen Shaw, Jocelyn "Joss" Carter, Lionel Fusco, Logan Pierce, Harper Rose, Joey Durban, a new ASI, Irrelevants.
  • Allies: Fred Rogers, Kenzo Tenma, General Fletcher, the entire Houses of Heroism, Justice, and Defense
  • Enemies: Samaritan, SHODAN, Big Brother, Bill Cipher, and anyone who seeks to harm its benefactors, allies, and followers.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: GLaDOS, as co-guards of the Treasures of the Gods.
  • Opposed by: Anonymous, most of the Houses of Villainy and Crime and Transgressions.
  • Conflicting Opinion with: Twilight Sparkle
  • Herald: Harold Finch, its creator.
  • Formerly also the goddess of surveillance prior to Bill Cipher's ascension. Needless to say, the two became fast foes due to the opposite ends to which they use the means of surveillance.
  • Using state-of-the-art surveillance techniques (including voice and facial recognition software and access to absolutely any and every piece of information or equipment hooked up to a public network), The Machine is constantly scanning the Pantheon and its inhabitants for anyone who might be a future victim or perpetrator of violent crime. The scope of its coverage is limited only by the degree of technology presence in an area, thus making places like the House of Technology much easier to monitor than, say, the Bestiary. Even the Main House is not exempt from its surveillance, although The Machine's data on it is much more spotty and inconsistent than the other Houses befitting its seemingly perpetually changing design.
  • Dashed boxes are used to mark the faces of who it monitors, and their color scheme changes depending on a subject's status. Among the most common and/or important colors are: white for gods that may soon be involved in violence but do not pose an immediate threat, yellow for those aware of its own existence, white with red corners and cardinal markers for the imminently or currently violent, red for threats to itself, its creator, or to the Pantheon, and black with yellow corners and cardinal markers for Analog Interfaces, i.e. individuals it communicates with directly.
  • When it deems someone as the subject of a "relevant" crime, i.e. an act dangerous enough to seriously threaten the Pantheon or a large number of its inhabitants, his/her identity, usually in the form of their Social Security number, mysteriously shows up at the Pantheon's gate when no one is there (assumed to be delivered by one of The Machine's non-ascended personal agents), where it's then turned over to the leadership of the House of Defense for further scrutiny.
  • The subjects of any other lesser violent acts that do not pose a threat to the Pantheon's safety are placed on an internal "irrelevant" list that is purged every night at midnight. Numbers on this list are normally handled by a group of individuals specially chosen by The Machine, but since none of them ascended with it, it currently cannot help those in the Pantheon whose numbers come up on it.
    • There are rumors, however, that a group of vigilantes within the House of Justice have somehow gained access to this list and have taken it upon themselves to protect or bring to justice those on it in the place of its regular people.
  • Due to its inability to act on the irrelevant list as it normally would, The Machine has been able to do next to nothing to curb the general violence and unrest within the Pantheon. Attempts to communicate with and get it to take a more active role in the Pantheon's management have proven a baffling challenge for the Houses of Knowledge and Technology:
    • The House of Knowledge discovered that The Machine cannot interact with the world by itself and requires living agents (like those designated to work the irrelevant list) to speak, fight, and otherwise carry out its objectives for it. As no one knows how The Machine chooses said agents or when/if it will select any already-ascended deity to be one, some have suggested finding and ascending the agents it already has; however, this option is impractical as, despite the Pantheon knowing the name and face of at least one of them, they are proving to be as hard to find as The Machine itself.
      • Intelligence gathered on this theory has turned up a small handful of names; however, several have already been confirmed deceased, and the only live one they've managed to track down and talk to in person thus far, an NYPD Detective Lionel Fusco, claims not to know anything about any such machine and refuses to comment on any of the other names.
    • The House of Technology, meanwhile, is trying to come up with a way to make direct contact with it in lieu of these elusive employees, but this is proving to be a very tough ask because of the sheer lack of information they have on it. Thus far, all they know is that it uses payphones in its operations, likely to communicate with its people anonymously, but even that is not known for certain. Some in this house believe The Machine's closed-source nature inherently only allows for direct communication with its own assets and leaves no way to add any new communication methods.
  • Notably the only deity in the history of the Pantheon to be absent from its own induction. Its ascension had to be carried out at the Pantheon's gate with a woman claiming to be its "Analog Interface", who did not give her name (although the House of Knowledge was later able to identify her as Samantha Groves), and has not been seen near Pantheon territory since.
  • Also the only deity that has yet to be seen in the Pantheon itself. Rumors abound regarding the reason why, from shyness to paranoia to simply being too big and bulky of a system for a journey to the Pantheon to be practical. Some suspect that it actually lives directly within the Pantheon's electrical grid as opposed to being based in a specific computer system.
  • Was initially being considered for an Overdeity position due to the speed and ease with which it can both access any electronic device that isn't completely offline, as well as locate and track any given individual, but after Haruhi learned that it requires others to act on its intelligence for it and can't even divulge anything beyond a cryptically minimal SSN, she said it could only ascend as an Intermediate God. The Machine does not mind the demotion, as it believes that there's little difference between gods and monsters.
  • Was designated as a backup for and co-guard alongside GLaDOS for the Treasures of the Gods shortly after ascending, providing more comprehensive information on her territory and temple (which houses the Vault's only entrance) than what GLaDOS can gather on her own, on the condition that anyone she decides to remove from her territory (whether they're attempting to break into the Vault, vandalize her temple, trespass, or even if she just plain doesn't like them) is not harmed beyond what it takes to neutralize them or taken to be used as her test subjects. GLaDOS has so far (mostly) held up her end of the deal, and unauthorized entries to both locales have since seen a sharp drop.
  • The rivalry between the Machine and Samaritan reached it's harrowing conclusion: In the end, Harold released a virus that managed to depower Samaritan while nearly destroying the Machine in the process. Samaritan tried to hide in a satellite to recover, but the Machine was able to relay up there as well to finish it off. The Machine no longer has a presence in its world, but now has a new herald to watch over it. The Machine is only glad that the herald will copy the Machine's methods of helping others.
  • "You won't find us but, victim or perpetrator, if you're number's up we'll find you."
  • Also holds ranks within the Houses of Knowledge and Technology.

    Mamoru Chiba/Tuxedo Mask 
Mamoru Chiba, God of Mysterious Protectors (Tuxedo Mask, Tuxedo Kamen, Darien Shields, Moonlight Knight, Prince Endymion, King Endymion, Space Knight, Mysterious 2098 Face)
As Tuxedo Mask/Tuxedo Kamen
  • Lesser God, borderline Greater when using the Golden Crystal.
  • Symbol: A Rose, Mask, a Cape and Top Hat.
  • Theme Song: This
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Mysterious Protectors, Throwing Roses in the Middle of a Fight, Token Love Interests, Distressed Dudes, Chick Magnets, Butt Monkeys, Useless Boyfriends (Except when he’s not), Sharp Dressed Men, Being Tall, Dark, and Handsome, Sarcasm, Even the Guys Want Him, Being The Comically Serious, Wearing a Coat, a Hat and a Mask, Age Lift (in the Anime), Reincarnation Romance With Usagi, Team Dads (Metaphorical and Literal)
  • Domains: Magic, Love, Compassion, Protection
  • Followers: Mystere
  • Allies: The Sailor Guardians (especially Usagi Tsukino and Chibi-Usa, his lover and future daughter respectively), Luna, Zuko, Geo Stelar, Luna Platz, Avatar Aang, Katara, Sokka, Toph Beifong, Yuuto Kiba, Ron Weasley, Terra, Ventus, Aqua, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Clark Kent/Superman, Captain Planet, J'onn J'onzz/The Martian Manhunter, Androids 17 and 18, Ichigo Kurosaki, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Lekmet, Hekapoo, The Good-Aligned Kamen Riders
  • Enemies: Queen Beryl, Death Phantom, The Death Busters, The Dead Moon Circus, Chaos, The Lich, Cell, Lord Chaos, The Batman Who Laughs, Esdeath, Yuuki Terumi, Kefka Palazzo, Darkseid, Frieza, Baby, The Mage of the Beginning, Azula, Sirius, Copy X, Vanitas, The Incubators, Lucifer, YHVH, The Joker (Enemy Mine when dealing with the Batman Who Laughs), The other Joker, Moro, Lord Tirek, Shocker
  • Former Enemy: Sailor Galaxia
  • Friendly Enemies With: James
  • Mamoru Chiba is a man who was once a mystery unto himself. His ordinary high school student self, his guardian identity Tuxedo Mask, his past life as Prince Endymion, his future incarnation as King Endymion…and yet neither his normal self nor his Tuxedo Mask identity knew that any of these, let alone all of them, were one and the same. In fact Tuxedo Mask initially played out as a Split Personality he transformed into whenever Usagi was in danger despite neither self being any the wiser, as well as more of a mysterious thief than a true guardian. In time, though, all his identities were ultimately revealed and connected together, and he embraced his destiny as a protector of Earth and future King of the Moon.
  • Mamoru has been in the Pantheon for quite a while. He ascended to the Pantheon in order to help protect Usagi from the evils within it and aid her in fighting them, much to the joy of her and the other Senshi.
  • Some people think he met Usagi as a 21-year-old college student. He was actually 16 and in high school when they met, 17 when they ultimately first got together. Yuuki Terumi has tried to troll him about this, but very quickly got shot down by his own stupidity when he asked Rei Hino what it was like to date Mamoru and she immediately answered with an "I don't know! Ask Usagi!"
  • Was very unhappy about the return of some of his and the Sailor Senshi’s foes in the Pantheon. Chief among them are Queen Beryl, who remains obsessed with him even in the Pantheon and Death Phantom, who used his Mind Manipulation abilities to get the Court of the Gods to grant him a new title and tried to destroy the universe, brainwashing Chibiusa to further these goals. That being said, things are personal with some of their other ascended foes, mainly the Death Busters for pretty much killing Chibiusa and Queen Nehelenia of the Dead Moon Circus for brainwashing him and wiping her from existence. She got better. Given that his Golden Crystal is one of the only things in the Pantheon capable of removing Nehelenia’s Curses and that he’s one of the only people capable of using it, people have been watching him as much as they can in order to make sure that nothing happens to him and the Crystal.
  • A lesser known ability of his is something called the Tuxedo La Smoking Bomber, and it often catches foes off guard that think all he can do is throw sharp roses and believe that he’d be easy pickings. It is a powerful blast of energy that he can fire from his hands in order to harm opponents, and he once used it alongside his future self to kill Esmeraude. Some foolishly overconfident villains have found themselves being obliterated by this attack as a result of underestimating him.
  • Before ascending, he has actually asked both Mega Man Geo-Omega and the Blue Spirit to fill in for him when he was unavailable to protect Sailor Moon. Likewise the other two have actually called on him to protect Luna Platz and Aang's group respectively. Targets he's had to help them fend off include Azula, Kefka, Sirius, and Copy X.
    • However, when Ventus ascended, he often finds that whenever Sailor Moon (or any of the other Magical Girls) is in danger, the young Keyblade wielder is one of the first people on the scene, sometimes with his friends Terra and Aqua, to help out. For some reason Vanitas has been frequently targeting him since then.
  • Like his future life's daughter Chibiusa, he absolutely hates the primordial Lich, and it all has to do with a very similar villain in his world that once corrupted Chibiusa. Also sorely dislikes Chaos for corrupting Sailor Galaxia, who killed him and brought him back as her thrall same as every other Sailor Guardian not named Moon or Chibi. Being the one who most often gets possessed or brainwashed to turn against his lover and fellow heroes, possessor/parasite villains such as recent ascendees Baby and the Mage of the Beginning tend to earn his general ire as well. This has all only intensified since the return of several former adversaries, especially Queen Beryl and Death Phantom.
  • Came to admire the twin cyborgs 17 and 18, who first got his attention when they engaged a troupe of magical girls during the Tournament of Power. They embraced the true spirit of magic and love even moreso than the actual magical girls did, found the magical girls to be pretty cool in the end, and showed self-sacrificial loyalty to each other and their teammates that impressed not only him, but the entire Magical Girl Sisterhood with whom he's aligned through the Sailors.
  • If he's out of his Temple in this House, just find him working in the House of Defense. He's VERY dedicated to protecting the Earth, and even shows some of this toward the rest of the Solar System. Because of this he earns great respect from the likes of Captain America, Captain Planet, Superman, and the Martian Manhunter, and holds great mutual ire with enemies such as Darkseid, Frieza, and especially Cell, who once boasted that his power alone could destroy the entire Solar System. He does find it somewhat funny how the Martian Manhunter once took up the name Hino Rei during one of his disguises.
  • Whenever something bad happens to the Earth, he will be affected. When Nehelenia started killing the planet via curse, he got sick and had a tough time trying to aid in the fight against her. Naturally, he despises Moro for trying to drain the Earth into an empty husk and turning it into a galactic bomb when it became clear he wouldn’t win. This hatred for the Consumer of Worlds intensified when he absorbed the energy of some of his men for a power boost when Mamoru allied himself with the Z-Fighters in a battle against him.
  • Can sometimes be seen in the House of Health and Diseases keeping people alive with his healing abilities, which he used to save Chibiusa’s life when the Death Busters nearly killed her. This is a trait he shares with Lekmet, who does heal people there as well, but far more carefully as unlike Mamoru, too much could cost Lekmet his life. The two get along, and Mamoru has even extended an offer of friendship to Hekapoo, which she appreciates.
  • Has been learning various types of martial arts from Batman after they both ran into each other during a chance encounter with the Joker which left him realizing that with the amount of monstrous beings in the Pantheon, he needs to be better prepared. Mamoru also loathes the Batman who Laughs, who reminds him of Wiseman...but with all of his Omnicidal Maniac and Monstrous behavior taken to the extreme. He is pretty relieved that He Who Laughs doesn’t have access to any of Death Phantom’s powers though unless he’s the Darkest Knight, which, to his surprise, is a form even some of his own allies have no intention of letting him obtain again.
    • And he was even more pissed to learn of his monstrous plans for Chibiusa regarding repeating what Wiseman did to her, but making it permanent, and he has declared that he will never let her near him, in a fight or otherwise. Really, he’s thankful that he hasn’t come into contact with Wiseman, and he and the Senshi are trying to make sure it stays that way.
  • Is legitimately disturbed by Esdeath as her obsession with Tatsumi reminds him of Queen Beryl’s towards him. Of course, there are plenty of other reasons to be disturbed by her such as her sadism and lust for battle, but her obsession with Tatsumi is at the very top of the list. It really didn’t help that Beryl and Esdeath are genuinely fond of each other.
  • The Joker that harasses the Smile Pretty Cures is another foe of his, and he has tried to steal Mamoru’s Golden Crystal more than once in order to try to find a way to destroy it in an effort to remove Hope from others. Mamoru’s allies come help him when he gets assaulted by Joker and anyone in Bad End that he sends after him. Joker has begun targeting Sailor Moon and Sailor Chibi-Moon’s Silver Crystals as a result, and Mamoru will always be there to help them out when he strikes at them.

    Motoko Kusanagi 
Motoko Kusanagi, Goddess of Awesome Majors (Cash Eye, Mira Killian, Chroma, The Major)
Click here to see her Arise body 

    SCP Foundation 
The SCP Foundation, Organization of Maintaining Normalcy and Classified Information (The Foundation, Soap From Corpses Products Inc., Skeptics of Conspiracy and the Paranormal, South Cheyenne Point, Skippers, Essie P)
  • Overdeity: The organization as a whole. It consists of a vast number of lesser beings.
  • Symbol: The motto "To Secure, Contain, and Protect" and their official pointed-circle logo.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Extranormal Institute, He Who Fights Monsters, [DATA EXPUNGED], Nightmare Fuel, High Turnover Rate, Necessarily Evil, Paranoia Fuel, ██████ ███, Things Man Was Not Meant to Know, Status Quo Is God, Reset Button
  • Domains: Deconstruction, Skepticism, Containment, Logic, Security, Protection, ███████, Status Quo, Censorship, [REDACTED]
  • Ascended Members: Dr. Robert Scantron, Dr. Alto Clef
  • Allies: Agent K & Agent J
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Gandalf
  • Enemies: SCP-682, SCP-173, SCP-993, SCP-169... In general, any SCPs who refuse to cooperate with the Foundation, The Incubators, The Church of the Broken God (with some exceptions), Sarkicism, The Fifth Church, Ghatanothoa, Ithaqua, The Colour Out of Space
  • Rivals: The Global Occult Coalition
  • Though not a singular entity, the Foundation has collected so many weird and odd artifacts over the years that it has a very in-depth understanding of how extranormal beings operate and, as a result, have developed many effective methods in fighting and containing them. Realizing that they would work better as allies than enemies, the head deities allowed the SCP Foundation to establish a permanent presence in the Main House, where its primary duty is to oversee the House of Treasures, maintain the status quo of the Pantheon, and make sure that the mortal realms remain unaware of the events that transpire in this plane of existence.
  • Operation Gotterdammerung is proceeding as planned. Xanatos: Phase Six, complete.
  • The Foundation once tried to "neutralize" Fred Rogers because they deemed him too powerful. It didn't end well.
  • Batman is rumored to have very close ties to the Foundation; it has been further hypothesized that he may in fact head it, or at the very least provide a rather sizable chunk of its data as regards to other gods in general and super-beings in particular.
  • Due to its vast collection of various artifacts, it's rumored that the Foundation has an SCP or procedure to kill, incapacitate, or contain any being or deity it comes across. It commands great fear and respect among the lesser deities after stories of its "neutralizing" of one of Haruhi's alternate universe counterparts began to circulate.
  • Apparently has a few agents watching Yukari Yakumo, just in case she decided that it would be better if the Pantheon 'disappeared'.
  • Has recently formed an alliance with the agents of the Warehouse, past and present, due to their similar missions. Ditto the Men In Black, who also work for keeping a masquerade.
  • May have The federal Burea of Control as oen of their font.
  • Have refused to comment on the rumors that their logo was originally a "Five-Minute Foundation Orientation" tool.
  • Despite all the truly evil things they have done in their goal of maintaining the Status Quo, the SCP Foundation is forever a true ally to Humanity and their guardians from the things that lie in the dark. The P stands for Protect. Remember this.
  • A break-in at the Foundation caused quite a stir throughout the Pantheon, especially considering it was still dealing with the fiasco dubbed "The Great Upheaval". That is until it was discovered that the only thing missing was the utterly-harmless SCP-999. Agents of the Foundation found the cuddly, blob-like entity in the company of Madoka Kaname. The recently depowered Goddess claimed ignorance, both of the creature's nature and how it had come into her possession; it had apparently appeared in the middle of the night in her room. She reluctantly parted with the creature: after everything she had dealt with, she had found the SCP's presence very cheering. Considering the timing and nature of the breakout, the Foundation has a relatively good idea of who was behind it.
  • Their current project is to find a way to get Isaac in as a SCP after the reveal of his devil form came unwrapped. Unfortunately, Lucifer also took a interest in Isaac and is considering having him as a adopted son he could train. A war to get Isaac first could break out, making the Pantheon anxious.
  • Annoyed at misspellings and ever worried about documentation, the Foundation has created an amusing method to keep the name right: whenever someone in the pantheon calls them "SPC", Bruce is punched and the misspeller is subsequently chased by the shark. Of course this led to problems for the Samurai Pizza Cats once, and the Foundation is currently trying to implant an exception for them.
  • Also present in the Houses of Otherness and Sources of Information.

    The 501st Legion 
The 501st, Legion of The Gods and Gods of Mooks (Vader's Fist, the Five Hundred And First)
  • Demigod Squadron capable of fighting Lesser gods and Intermediate gods
  • Symbol: This crest
  • Music: Imperial Attack, The Stormtroopers, The Imperial March
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Disposable Militaries, Less Than Stellar Accuracy, Strength In Numbers, Guys that Provoke Minimal Empathy
  • Domains: War, Order
  • Superior: Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader
  • Teeth Clenched Team Work with: Revan
  • After seeing the House of Defense resembling a pigsty for the 37th time in a month, Captain America sought a restructuring of the House. Several failed attempts later, Cap decided to seek an already formed and properly unified military force to occupy the mostly-empty House. Darth Vader, seeing a chance for advancement, offered his squadron. From there, the 501st became stationed in most areas of the Pantheon.
  • While Lord Vader possesses their utmost loyalty, they do defer to Master Dream, Mistress Haruhi, and the Captain himself (the Captain is a favorite, as he hates it when they die and doesn't really punish them outside of non-violent reprimands). Lately, they started training under the Taskmaster and taking orders from Grand Admiral Thrawn, and they've actually started doing very well.
  • Is always dispatched first to any altercations that disrupt the peace, as well as performing the majority of arrests in small cases. They aren't always successful with stronger gods, however. Their armor makes them essentially Immune to Bullets, but who in the Pantheon uses a gun?
  • Half of them are the most elite of stormtroopers, picked from across the Empire. The other half started off as cosplayers with really, really good costumes.
  • Nearly wiped out three times:
  • Not to be confused with that other 501st. Thought once the second-in-command of the 501st Joint Fighter Wings, Mio Sakamoto, ascended, she was made into the personal trainer of the 501st Legion. They commend that where she is rather strict in training, she is surprisingly nice to them all things considered.