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    Beerus 
Beerus, Divine Representative of Lazy Deities (God of Destruction Beerus, Beerus the Destroyer, Lord Beerus, Beerus-sama, Bills, Birusu, Bils, Beers, Birusu, Birus)
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  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: The Oracle Fish
  • Theme Songs: Beerus's Wrath, Beerus and His Overwhelming Power, Indestructible Beerus, Beerus' Madness, and God of Destruction
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Affably Evil, Adorkable, Anti-Villain, Balance Between Good and Evil, Beware the Nice Ones, Big Eater, Blood Knight, Not Evil, Just a Different Moral Code, The Dreaded, Prone to Petty Vengeance, Fingerpoke Of Doom, Fun Personified, Hot-Blooded, Being Unopposed, Lean and Mean, Physical God, Psychopathic Manchild, Punch-Clock Villain, The Lesser of Dragon Ball Evils, The Sociopath with Standards, Purple Is Powerful, Sore Loser, Being the indirect cause of planet Vegeta's destruction and by extension almost everything that happened in the story of the Dragon Ball franchise
  • Domains: Destruction, Balance, Neutral, Chaos
  • Superior: Present and Future Zen'o
  • Allies: Whis, Madoka Kaname, Kyoko Sakura (Friendly Rivalry over Dance Dance Revolution), Ventus, Mickey Mouse, Destruction of the Endless, Alphonse Elric, Sakaki, Galactus, Garfield
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Vegeta, Shin, EVERY good God related to creation with the notable exception of Madoka
  • Friendly Rivalry with: Son Goku, Asura
  • On speaking terms with: Gowasu (Universe 10 contemporary)
  • Enemies: Fused Zamasu, The Incubators, YHVH, anyone who steals his pudding
  • Annoyed by: Hotaru Tomoe/Sailor Saturn
  • Feared by: Frieza, Chronoa, Shenron
  • Respects: Master Roshi
  • When there is creation, there is also destruction. In the twelve universes of the Dragon Ball Multiverse, each requires a God of Destruction for the Gods of Creation. The seventh, where Goku and his friends come from, is home to Beerus. Attended and mentored by Whis, he is by far the strongest being in his universe (except Whis of course) and feared by all. As Destruction of the Endless left his position long ago, Beerus was picked to represent destruction in the Trope Pantheon... until it was discovered that Beerus was a very lousy destroyer, often leaving his job to the likes of Frieza and Majin Buu for him and preferring to nap instead. This created far more harm than good, as shown by the "highlight" of when Buu wiped out all the Universe 7 Supreme Kais except for Shin, their most inexperienced member; the consequences of which resulted in Universe 7 becoming the universe with the second lowest mortal level. That caused him to get his Destroyer Deity title removed and relocated somewhere else, which got him mad but he couldn't do anything about it.
    • He has a twin brother called Champa, who is God of Destruction in Universe 6 (also a twin of Universe 7). The two don't get along, but Beerus does seem to care for him deep down as he used the Super Dragon Balls to revive his universe's Earth so he may enjoy the delicious food there and was quietly saddened when his brother was erased by Zen'o.
    • Despite being coworkers, every God of Destruction of the Dragon Ball Multiverse despises Beerus. The reason? Many years ago, Zen'o hosted a hide-and-seek tournament, and Beerus hid so well he fell asleep for fifty years. The Omni-King was so angry the other Gods of Destruction were almost erased before they calmed him down.
  • Beerus is very confused as to why he has been considered evil by others in the House when it is his job, and on top of that an important one, to destroy planets, as it maintains balance and equilibrium in the universe because new planets will just be created, by the Gods/Goddesses of Creation, as replacement for the planets that are destroyed. Once you get to know him, Beerus is a polite, friendly and likable Manchild who can become friends with you, and acts like the lazy, affectionate, fun-loving overgrown cat that readily joins in the food, song, laughter and dance (yes, he lets loose some truly funky breakdance moves) instead of the God that he should be. That said, other gods note his point would still stand if he could be a lot less petty and trigger-happy with said powers.
  • The real reason the Saiyan race was exterminated? King Vegeta stole the most comfortable pillow in the universe for himself in a raid ordered by Beerus then tried to hoard it for himself instead of giving it to Beerus, then he failed to give Beerus a sumptuous enough banquet even while letting Beerus use his head as a stepping stone while he was eating as punishment, so he encouraged/"ordered" Freeza to destroy Planet Vegeta because he knew Frieza wanted to anyway and he couldn't be bothered to do it himself. Damn. Oh, and ever wonder why King Kai lives on such a small planet? Beerus and King Kai played a car racing video game together and Beerus lost, and being the sort of person he is, he destroyed the planet in a fit of rage at losing. King Kai then took a large leftover fragment, whittled it down to a sphere, and built a road on it so that he could have fun driving there. This became King Kai's current planet. Beerus has since been advised by many to NEVER play Call of Duty.
  • Much to the shock of the rest of the Pantheon, he gets along famously with the kind-hearted Madoka Kaname herself. Madoka's Herculean feat of not only destroying an entire universe wracked by grief and despair, but rebuilding a kinder and gentler place over it quite certifiably earned Beerus' respect; not to mention the fact that he really enjoys the affectionate chin-scratches that Madoka readily gives him and the delicious Afternoon-Tea Parties her mentor Tomoe Mami holds every Thursday Afternoon. At one particular Tea Party, he has struck off a Friendly Rivalry with Kyouko Sakura, who swears she will not stop practicing until she can beat his funky breakdance-moves in Dance Dance Revolution.
  • Be careful around this friendly, polite and fun-loving Deity. Like all cats, Beerus is prone to mercurial temperaments and violent mood-swings that can be set off by the pettiest of reasons; do remember he is the same God who used King Vegeta's head as a footstool in front of his own son Prince Vegeta while making him treat him to an Eight-Course Banquet, and that was when he was in a good mood. Every other God in Dragon Ball's Seventh universe fears him. Even Shenron fears Beerus. He is so immature he needs Whis to remind him about waking up in the morning, good manners and brushing his teeth before going to sleep. While he is awake, tense days for the Supreme Kai's continue, as not even they know how many planets will be sacrificed.
  • Beerus is no longer invited to dinner parties with other Gods in the house due to creating a ruckus at the last party he was invited to due to no pudding being available.
  • Beerus absolutely detests the little bitch known as Kyubey. Not only does it insist on preserving a universe of sadness by destroying hope and creating despair; but more importantly, it made his beloved friend Madoka cry. To his frustration, no matter how many of the little fuckers he vaporizes, there will ALWAYS be more of them. His anger towards Kyubey pales in comparison to his fury towards YHVH and his plot to kill Madoka. This plot triggered his involvement in The Pantheonic Rebellion. His fury towards Vanitas on learning of his plot to join with Madoka to forge the χ-blade, possibly causing a universal apocalypse, was so great, that Whis had to calm him down. Even though Madoka isn't Vanitas's true target...
  • His reputation has become more feared (among those who are aligned with Good) and admired (among those are aligned with Evil and Chaos) when it was revealed that Beerus sealed one of the Supreme Kais (who are essentially the Creation Gods of the Dragon Ball multiverse) in a sword after the Supreme Kais and the Gods of Destruction got into an argument over some trifling thing. Beerus viewed sealing one of the Supreme Kais in a sword as an "appropriate" form of retribution as supposed to destroying the Sacred World of the Kais, which he originally thought of doing. This revelation has also frightened many within in the House of Magic as this feat makes it seem as though he could also be an extremely powerful wizard or magician of some sort if he was able to perform a sealing spell on a God so effortlessly and efficiently.
  • Despite terrifying them and having the opposite job, Beerus doesn't have anything against gods of creation since they need to work together. He doesn't take kindly those who wish to destroy or pervert this, and he will step in and painfully atomize the offender. Isn't that right Zamasu?
  • Beerus is absolutely HATED by many in the House of Beasts after they found out he wiped out the fucking dinosaurs because one of them acted rudely to him during one of his trips to Earth millions of years ago. Because he is capricious, he destroys even important planets without a second thought.
  • Wonder why he and Deadpool don't hang out? EVERYONE has had to keep him away from the god. Just ''IMAGINE'' what would happen if the merc got on his nerves? It certainly wouldn't be hard to do.
  • He doesn't know what to think of the Furry Fandom. He either likes it or hates it, given the circumstances. If you want to please him, show him "Dreamkeepers". If you want to anger him, just show him Rule 34 artwork of him. BAD artwork, mind you.
  • There is only one known person Beerus (and Champa) fear, and that is their boss the Omni-King Zen'o. The entire Pantheon was in shock when they saw him fearfully and humbly bowing to him. Considering that he is the ruler of their multiverse and is capable of destroying all 12 universes without effort, it was understood why. Especially when it was discovered there were once 18 universes... before the Omni-King destroyed six of them.
    • Him and the Supreme Kais are linked; if one dies, so does the other/s. He's in no rush to reveal this.
  • Beerus shocked everyone once again when he showed his actual power (to some extent); not only did he erase the ghost of the known gag scientist Dr. Mashirito (who escaped hell just because he wanted to — yes, the same hell that kept the likes of Golden Frieza) with the same ease in which he destroyed Zamasu, but he was also in position to kill Arale herself; those events made every comedy and gag-related god and a few of the spirit and ghost deities in the pantheon quite wary of Beerus, to say the least.
    Whis: It doesn't matter if they're a ghost or not. There is nothing Lord Beerus cannot destroy.
  • Alphonse and Sakaki both became fans of his because he's a powerful cat god and they both love cats. He's cool with both of them, especially Al. However, he's not keen on Al thinking he needs his protection, so he made sure to show off his destructive power in front of the alchemist once. (Whis reversed the damage, of course).
  • Never speak of a destroyer's ass. Vegeta found out the hard way.
  • Doesn't like how Whis keeps searching for a potential successor to his job, and is particularly side-eyeing Sailor Saturn.
  • Beerus is well aware there are people who think he, and the Supreme Kai, Shin, would make a cute couple. He finds the idea absurd, shouting "I only hugged him once!" and threatening anyone who dared remind him of the incident, and Shin would rather not expend too much time with him due to his anger issues. Naturally, Whis loves to tease him about it.
  • Also holds a place in the Main House.
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    Chuck Shurley 
Chuck Shurley, the Missing God (God, The Big G, Carver Edlund, the Lord, the Prophet Chuck, Father, the Big Man)
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    God (Bruce Almighty
The Alpha and Omega, He Who Knows The Hardships Of Being God (God, The Almighty)
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  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: His calling card
  • Theme Song: His theme from Evan Almighty
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Benevolent God, The Omnipotent (Not That It's Easy), Divine Race Lift, Lets See YOU Do Better (By Handling His Powers), Cool Old Guy
  • Domains: Divinity, Free Will, Lessons, Compassion
  • High Priest: The Galactic Entity
  • Allies: Bruce Nolan, The King of All Cosmos, Shin, Brian Cohen, The Flying Spaghetti Monster, Archangel Michael, Manwe, Aslan, most Jewish and Christian deities really
  • Vitriolic Best Buds with: Homer Simpson, Bender
  • On speaking terms with: Setsuna F Seiei
  • Enemies: YHVH, Merged Zamasu, Hajun, Melkor, Dis and Lucemon
  • Respects: Edward Elric
  • Disrespects: Chiaki Hayasaka, Isamu Nitta and Hikawa, Mithra, Embryo, Kiara Sesshouin
  • Respected by: Lucifer
  • Disagrees with: Nerose Satanel
  • When Bruce Nolan was down on his luck and prone to Smite Me, O Mighty Smiter!, he ended up meeting a curious electrician. It took a bit of convincing, but that electrician turned out to be God in the form of Morgan Freeman, who decided to show him that being God isn't easy. He let Bruce wield His powers for a time, and managed to prove His point.
  • Is one of a number of beings said to be capital-G God in the pantheon. This confuses the Christians in the pantheon, some believing they're all just the same being under multiple guises. For what it's worth, He likes the God known by Bob and Chuck Shurley for being bellow Gods. When asked why He took the form of Morgan Freeman, He simply said that George Burns wasn't available after last time.
  • Has been seen with a number of supreme beings in the pantheon, though this has made it impossible to determine if any being is the true supreme being. Archangel Michael was confused, but went along with there being multiple G-O-D gods. He's decided to provide a rec room where they can discuss philosophies. Sometimes He likes to get a laugh out of the King of All Cosmos and the Flying Spaghetti Monster's actions. Also, while not one for blasphemy He thinks the phrase Smite Me, O Mighty Smiter! is kind of funny.
  • Because He doesn't free will, getting people to like Him and balancing out what he should do is hard. He points to the Reasons as a bad example on how to shape the world, not caring for their hypocrisy. He doesn't much like YHVH for being a stone-faced Maltheist God who hates free will and keeps recreating the world to remove it, simply stating that "don't fix what isn't broken". YHVH doesn't know what He's talking about.
  • Disagrees with Nerose Satanel's way of getting rid of sin. Given how amiable He is, the Alpha and Omega sympathizes with the Morning Star's need to be a perfectionist, but thinks he's gone too far in some places and could use a vacation. The Hadou God likes that He is looking out for him, but disagrees with His results and would rather leave him alone. The fact Nerose used to be human may be one of the reasons why the Almighty was concerned.
  • When it comes to the other Hadou Gods, He seems interested in how they used to be human and how The Throne works. He doesn't like Mithra because of how her good-evil dichotomy turned out poorly. He was surprisingly angry at Hajun for using his divinity to destroy all existence besides himself and not letting anyone in. As for Mercurius, while He doesn't condone most of his actions, He admits that He can sympathize with the stress knowing everything must put on him.
  • Bender once tried to be God in Futurama S 3 E 20 Godfellas. It didn't work out. He wonders if the Alpha and Omega is in fact the same being as the Galactic Entity, or what a probe collided with. Whatever the case, the Almighty liked the advice Bender was given. Homer also claims to have met God in a dream, and the Almighty was a laid back enough deity that he believed they were the same as well.
  • Doesn't really care for the numerous devils in the pantheon, except for Dis and Lucemon. The former because he actively goes against all that's good, the latter because he doesn't care about free will and wants everything to be subject to him. Melkor has also raged at Him, just out of his own petty anger to Eru Illuvatar. The Lucifer of Shin Megami Tensei doesn't mind Him since He's a patient, amiable figure that respects free will.
  • No, He doesn't care about if people are atheists or no. He doesn't hold it against people. While Setsuna is a vocal atheist, He simply feels bad for him due to what led him to abandon his faith. Also, while Edward Elric refuses to believe in God, he did prove himself through his journey and the trade he made with the Truth, so the Almighty likes the guy.
  • Doesn't care for Embryo one bit. He is emphatic about not being a god, but based on his pride and arrogance it breaks the spirit of saying A God I Am Not. That, and He's a thoroughly unpleasant individual. Zamasu ticked him off more due to ranting on how He doesn't use his powers like He should. The Almighty had no time for the mad Kaioshin's ramblings and told him to show his twelve fingers. Zamasu thought he was playing him and ended up having an extra finger when he did show his hands, then leaving in flustered embarrasment and panic at what He could do.
  • He was also pretty critical on Kiara Sesshouin, for disgracing the position of nun. She's Buddhist priest believes herself to be a good person, but with a mad love for only herself, and believing humanity can gain salvation is through her orgiastic teachings she betrays anything good. The Alpha and Omega called her out for being a terrible divine figure who doesn't treat faith with the dignity it deserves, and disgraces the position of a nun. This is even more apparent in Fate/Grand Order: she's a cruel cult leader with a religion basically full of evil and became a Beast Servant known as Beast III/R. And at least the other Beasts care for humanity albeit in a twisted way(except Fou), Kiara cares about no one but herself.
  • Has asked Brian Cohen if he ever wants to know what it's like to be the Messiah, instead of people mistaking him for him. Brian emphatically said no, which was the entire point of the question. Sometimes, He will try to help Shin improve his skills as a god.

    God (God, the Devil and Bob
God, Divine Deity of Flawed Creators (Arthur from Ypsilanti)
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  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: His mortal form in sunglasses
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Domain: Narrative, Personality
  • Portfolio: All-Loving Hero, Easily Forgiven, flawed but good creator, doesn't like tampering with free will, hanging out together with the Devil, pops in and out of his prophet's personal space, Magnificent Bastard
  • Allies: Mostly everyone, but especially Catwoman, Cosmos, Aslan, every newborn babiy in the Pantheon, The One Above All
  • Friendly Enemy: The House of Demon (yes, really)
  • Enemies: While he is too nice to really hate anyone, he really doesn't like his Evil Counterpart YHVH
  • Opposed by: Every French deity
  • Opposed: Every single deities that plan to destroy the world especially The Lich, anyone who performed a Face–Heel Turn, the Flying Spaghetti Monster, the Greek Pantheon
  • Good Counterpart to: YHVH
  • Complicated Relationship with: Lucifer, Satan, Sam and Dean Winchester, Ned Flanders
  • Because he is the God in his universe, the House of Faith once sent an agent to ask him why is there evil in his world when he was supposed to be all-knowing heavily equipped with listening device. Their hearing process was interrupted by a train running and said agent was disappeared thanks to the effect of the Status Quo.
    • However, investigation with his previous prophet and representation of humanity Bob has them suspected that his word to Bob (without evil being good is meaningless) might or might not answer the question.
  • As soon as heard that God is now in the Pantheon, Archangel Michael immediately pledge his eternal service under him. Now the two of them are working hard to ensure that there will always be goodness in the world so it doesn't have to be destroyed. The two of them also working hard to lead those who had done a Heel–Face Turn - which he considered to symbolically choosing Satan over him, to lead them back to the path of righteousness.
    • Another one that is gladly to plead fighting in his namesake is Alexander Anderson, who would gladly decimate the entire House of Devil if he ever asked. Of course, being who he is, God never took up the offer.
  • Was very surprised when seeing Catwoman in the Pantheon as he once dated one of her mortal avatar Julie Newmar. They agreed to avoid each other as Selina is with Bruce now.
  • Was annoyed that every deities that want to destroy the world constantly want him to join in. He usually calmly responds with "I'm not that kind of God." and leave.
    • However, he was not very liked by any deities came from French as they don't like how he once wants to eliminate their country out of the hypothetical new universe he created.
  • He can sometime be seen in the House of Insanity in order to offer words of comfort to everyone reside and hopes they can try and get better.
  • He was especially well-liked in the House of Friendship because of how friendly he is. He welcome their affection as they are the kind of people he can be relaxed about as the House of Angels always reduced to a teary mess whenever he enter it (except for Archangel Michael due to how frequent the two interact) causing him to sometimes feels lonely. He compensates their kindness by sometimes make a double rainbow so that anyone who doesn't follow his religion doesn't feel left out.
  • Surprising everyone, he is very uncomfortable around any teenage deities and more comfortable around children who can see him. This is because of the fact that in his world God and The Devil struck that get human until they're 12, then the Devil gets human until they're 20.
  • Is currently has a rocky relationship with every single versions of Lucifer in the Pantheon. While they understand that he isn't the deity that oppress them, they still find it hard to get along with him due to their own alternative versions of God are much more evil and unreasonable. He still doesn't give up and reply that if he can mend his relationship with his version of Lucifer then he would try his best to atleast on speaking term with the other versions.
    • However, he once sit down with one version of Lucifer and share their dislike for his Evil Counterpart YHVH.
    • Similarly, Sam and Dean Winchester is uneasy around him due to their own bad experience with their own God.
  • He and Moses once had a long conversation with each other because now they are able to see each other again and Moses is reduced to a gibbering mess for now he can see God for the first time in the physical realm.
    • Ramses II is scared out of his mind when seeing God in close proximity given all the things he did to God's "chosen people" the Jews during his time as a mortal. God, being who he is, doesn't hold it against the Pharaoh but chastise to never do that again.
  • Heard that one of his version portrayed by Morgan Freeman once gave a mortal his power for 24 hours. While he appreciate that version's intention, God disappoints everyone by announcing that he won't practice something like that after learning the mess that it can cause.
  • He once met with Aslan and the two got along very well considering the lion is an Expy of him.
  • Because of his title, he has interact with various Pantheon from many cultures and came to his own opinion for them.
    • While he is a great allies for the Norse and Egyptian Pantheon because while they're definitely flawed, all of them all tried to better themselves and protect the world they're living in but he absolutely despises the Greek Pantheon for how frequent the deities screw over the world they didn't even created. Although he does acknowledge that not all Greek deities are Jerkass and made friends with the nicer ones like Athena, some good versions of Hades etc.
    • Doesn't like the Spaghetti Monster for its nonsensical understanding of gravity and is the protectors of pirates.
  • Denied answer when asked if he is truly the person that talks to Jeanne d'Arc by saying that he doesn't usually concerns himself with fighting and is more of a rehabilitating guy.
  • Because of his absolute friendliness to everyone, the House of Demons can't find it in their heart to really hates him except for those that hates everyone.
    • However, do NOT mistakes friendliness for being a pushover. Any devils that create messes that took a long time for him to clean up will be severely punished by exposing them to all of his holy power of goodness.
  • Through gossips from the House of Demons, three deities who are all devout Catholic are all in awe when seeing God in person and turned out he was much friendlier than they imagined: Asia Argento, Xenovia Quarta and Irina Shidou. For his part, God is touched by their devotion, especially considering the fact that the first two are demons and praying to holy powers caused them physical pain. He decided to dedicate his next double rainbow to their name.
  • Doesn't particularly like Ned Flanders because he was too preachy and lacks respect for non-Christians, which God is trying to be inclusive. However, the two of them agree that YHVH is not a good example of the all-powerful.
  • One thing he can't stand is people groveling... AND APOLOGIZING!! Everytime he talks to someone it's 'Sorry' this, 'Forgive me' that, and 'I'm not worthy'... WHAT ARE YOU DOING NOW!? What, averting your eyes? Well, don't! It's like those miserable Psalms, they're soooo depressing... Now knock it off!!

    Jubileus and Queen Sheba 
Jubileus and Queen Sheba, Divine Representatives of Conflict between Paradiso and Inferno (Jubileus: actual name unpronounceable, Dea, The Creator)
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Jubileus
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Queen Sheba
  • Overdeities (Jubileus borders Greater Goddess when improperly resurrected)
  • Symbols:
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil (Jubileus), Chaotic Neutral (Queen Sheba)
  • Portfolio: Celestial Gods, Heaven Versus Hell, Both Being Morally Dubious, Magic Is Evil, Being Gigantic, Implied To Be Two Halves Of One Being
  • Domains: Power, Divinity, Magic (Both), Order, Light, Angels, Heaven (Jubileus), Chaos, Darkness, Demons, Hell (Queen Sheba)
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Each other and each other's allies, Rodin, Dante Sparda, Vergil, Kat (DmC), Dante Alighieri, Archangel Michael, The Seven Heavenly Virtues, Sargeras, Merged Zamasu
  • Complicated Relationship: Aesir, Ten Commandments
  • Jubileus and Queen Sheba both emerged from the cataclysmic events of the First Armageddon, which created the Trinity of Realities. Jubileus was subsequently forced into dominion over Paradiso, while Queen Sheba became the ruler of Inferno. However, Jubileus was also put into an endless slumber. Knowing that releasing her from her slumber would trigger a reunification of the Trinity of Realities and allow Paradiso to rule over the universe, the Angels of Paradiso and the Demons of Inferno began an endless war for domination over one another.
  • Ultimately, Jubileus was awakened through the actions of Father Balder and the Angels. However, Bayonetta was freed from Jubileus by Jeanne during the ritual, preventing her from reaching full power. Bayonetta and Jeanne then managed to summon Queen Sheba, who subsequently used her power to punch Jubileus' spirit from her body through the solar system and straight into the sun. Afterwards, Jubileus' physical vessel fell to Earth and was destroyed by Bayonetta and Jeanne, leaving no trace of it behind.
  • Applies to both:
    • Jubileus and Queen Sheba ascended into the pantheon through the machinations of Father Balder and Satan, the former hoping that Jubileus' ascension would eventually lead to a new Armageddon and the latter seeing her as a useful ally for the GUAL. However, as explained by The Truth, the angels and demons of their world reflect light and darkness as natural elements rather than good and evil and either one overpowering the other would bring about an imbalance and oppress the humans. As a result, Queen Sheba ascended alongside Jubileus and, much to their shared annoyance, the two were forced to share a temple.
    • Both of them share a mutual enmity with Rodin, the famed weaponsmith and Fallen Angel who had previously ruled a portion of Paradiso until he was exiled, became feared as the most dangerous demon in the entire barren wasteland of Inferno and still frequently visits Inferno in order to collect the souls of its denizens to use them in making his weapons. Jubileus is appalled that one of her angels had turned against his own kind and, due to his massive power, wants to eliminate him in order to prevent him from potentially trying to usurp her. However, Sheba, although she doesn't like him either, prefers to ignore and avoid him, as she knows that he has no desire to usurp her. She also doesn't particularly care about the demons that he kills during his visits to Inferno, as it's very common and expected among the demons to kill and even eat one another on a regular basis.
    • Unsurprisingly, the Sons of Sparda oppose both of them. Dante opposes Jubileus due to how she and her angels disregard and outright abuse humanity in order to win their war against the demons and bring about their rule. Vergil, on the other hand, has merely remarked that Jubileus' usual condition makes her an ineffective and unworthy ruler and that Paradiso doesn't offer anything that he or even humanity would deem desirable. By contrast, their opinion of Queen Sheba is slightly better, albeit only in the sense that they like that she doesn't pretend to be virtuous. Sheba herself has shown an interest in them because she suspects that they are the sons of a certain Legendary Dark Knight and an Umbra Witch named Eva, who had previously faced the amassed armies of Inferno.
    • Through the existence of Kat's timeline, they're both aware that angels and demons could potentially mate to create hybrids called Nephilim. Neither is particularly fond of this due to the Wild Card nature of the Nephilim. They carry the powers of both Paradiso and Inferno with no incentive to be loyal to either side, making them a threat to both realms who will choose their targets depending on who oppresses their lives or obstructs their interests. Take the Nephilim versions of Dante and Vergil, for example. Living in a world dominated by a demonic conspiracy led by a banker version of Mundus, one is an antisocial hedonist who turns into a rebel on the side of the humans and the other is a Control Freak who will destroy the demons' control grid just so he can take the throne for himself. Kat herself was cynical about angels in general and very much against most demons even before learning of Paradiso and Inferno's true nature, considering the demons' dominance in her world as well as the treachery of Nephilim Vergil.
    • The poet Dante Alighieri strongly dislikes both of them, but especially Jubileus due to the fact that, like YHVH, he views her as a black-hearted mockery of the Christian God. Sheba respects Dante's ability to fight his way through Hell and eventually return, but nonetheless doesn't view him as much of a threat.
    • Their shared enemies include the Archangel Michael and the Seven Heavenly Virtues, who refuse to swear fealty to Jubileus and oppose Sheba on sheer principle. Michael and the Virtues disapprove of Jubileus' goal and disregard for humanity's free will, with the Virtues in particular remarking that she reminds them of an alternate reality in which God decided to destroy Earth and Hell.
    • Other common enemies include Sargeras and Merged Zamasu, both of whom desire to create a better world by killing everyone. Jubileus hates them for standing in the way of her plans and is especially annoyed by Zamasu's assessment that her goal to merge the Trinity of Realities into one world ruled by her and her angels is not sufficient and should at least include the complete extermination of all sentient mortal life. Sheba, meanwhile, views Sargeras as a potential threat to her title, as he is not only strong enough to pose a challenge to her, but has also managed to gather a sizable army of demons to his side. Fortunately for her, many of the demons regard his goal to destroy the universe as being too extreme even by their standards. On the hand, Zamasu hates Sheba because he regards her as an abomination due to her demonic nature.
    • Their interactions with the elite demon warriors known as the Ten Commandments are somewhat complicated, mostly due to Estarossa/Mael. When Sheba first encountered them, she gave them an offer to join her. Fraudrin, Galand, Grayroad and Melascula made it clear that their loyalty belongs exclusively to the Demon King, but that they're otherwise willing to work together with her. Zeldris, Derieri and Monspeet were a lot more willing to join her, as their loyalty to the Demon King has either diminished or even outright vanished. Drole and Gloxinia, being a giant and a fairy respectively, declined her offer due to not wanting to serve another Demon Monarch again. Estarossa, surprisingly, accepted her offer without much hesitation, seeing it as an opportunity to acquire more power for himself. Sheba is well aware of his thirst for power and unstable mindset, but deems him to be useful enough to keep around as an ally. However, when it was revealed that Estarossa is actually the Archangel Mael, it strongly dismayed Sheba and drew the attention of Jubileus, who approached Mael with an offer to join her in exchange for helping him find a way to avoid turning back into Estarossa. However, he rejected her offer because he doesn't want to repeat the mistakes he made when he served the Supreme Goddess, much to Jubileus' annoyance.
    • Each have rather complicated ties to Aesir and his halves. True to his character when he's whole, the balancing God of Chaos tends to remain neutral between the two. When they're split in two, Loki generally finds them unpleasant and opts to ignore them, while Loptr was the one who corrupted Father Balder into worshiping and helping awaken Jubileus. Even that alliance is rather shaky, as she can't be sure whether he actually intends to entrust her with the Eyes of the World or keep them for himself.
  • Exclusive to Jubileus:
    • Although YHVH was greatly annoyed by Balder's deception and brief insurrection, he was pleased by the possibility of gaining another ally for the GUAL. However, her improperly resurrected form makes her of little use to them. As a result, the GUAL started looking for methods of restoring her to full power. After a while, they successfully found several methods of fully restoring her. Unfortunately, none of their methods have managed to be permanent, and she always ends up reverting back to being a mindless, uncontrollable force of nature. To make matters more complicated, Jubileus' true personality was revealed to be equivalent to that of a self-absorbed, typical sixteen-year-old human. As a result, Jubileus tends to not get along with YHVH, as she generally doesn't tolerate anyone other than herself being Top God.
    • Aside from YHVH, Jubileus tends to butt heads with The Love that Moves the Stars, Eru Illúvatar and Chakravartin, as they are all similarly creator deities. She dislikes the Highest Joy and Eru Illúvatar for seemingly being rather passive, allowing evil to persist rather than trying to eradicate it outright. On the other hand, her rivalry with Chakravartin is a bit more amicable due to the fact that she initially ascended as one of his followers before she and Queen Sheba were given their own shared temple. Also, among the GUAL, Jubileus generally manages to get along with Galeem, who shares her goal of imposing order upon others and similarly desires to defeat his own dark counterpart.
    • Jubileus has managed to become allies with Jibril and Malthael, although neither has explicitly sworn fealty to her. Jibril isn't really interested in Jubileus' goal, but is willing to work for her in exchange for books and the opportunity to once again kill something. Malthael, on the other hand, fully supports her goal and is very dedicated in their common battle against the demons.
    • Jubileus has a strong dislike for angels that outright oppose her and her goals. As such, she quickly became enemies with Seraph Lamington, Flonne, Artina, Tyrael and Auriel. The fact that Lamington wishes to create peace between angels and demons, Flonne inadvertently became a Fallen Angel by helping Laharl become Overlord and Tyrael gave up being an angel altogether in order to aid humanity directly is something she finds particularly appalling.
  • Exclusive to Queen Sheba:
    • Queen Sheba quickly sought to establish herself as the undisputed ruler of all Demons. Fortunately for her, most of her rivals are either weaker than her, such as Mundus and Fortinbras, or are not in any position to effectively oppose her, such as Dis. As a result, her position as ruler of demonkind is relatively secure. However, she has received critisim for her rather hands-off-approach to her title, seemingly content to let the demons do as they please and fight among themselves for supremacy. Many lesser demons who are disgruntled with her lack of initiative have instead sworn fealty to her rivals, resulting in Mundus and Frotinbras forming their own factions and even Dis having many loyal followers who are willing to carry out any orders given to them by the Dolorous One.
    • Many of the gods have speculated that her seemingly apathetic approach to leadership is because, in order to maintain the Balance Between Good and Evil, the demons cannot overtake the angels or vice-versa. As such, due to Jubileus being rendered inactive for long periods of time, Sheba cannot get too involved either as that would upset the balance. It is similarly believed that she allows the demons to fight amongst themselves in order to prevent them from potentially forming an alliance against her.
    • When approached by Lucifer with an offer to join the GUAC, Sheba accepted and has since provided the GUAC with her army of demons. However, she has also received criticism for not taking a more active role in their alliance, which she generally shrugs off.
    • One day, she was approached by the demon Crowley, who, due to his prior experience as King of Hell, offered his services to her as her second-in-command, allowing her to issue orders to the demons who are still loyal to her without having to get personally involved. Although Sheba is well aware of the fact that Crowley isn't particularly loyal to her, she accepted his offer due to the convenience that it offers to her and the fact that she doesn't regard Crowley as a threat to her.
    • Sheba also managed to gain an ally in the Devil of Inkwell Isles, who shares the common goal of many demons to make deals with people. However, his reason for joining her is mainly due to his realization that she is much stronger than him.
    • Asmodeus tried to strike up a partnership with Sheba by proposing that they could rule over the demons together, pointing out that he was similarly a primeval demonic entity who was born alongside a good counterpart, his brother Ihys, whom he eventually killed. However, Sheba rejected his offer not only because she couldn't stand his unrepentant misogyny, but also because she regards his frequent Loophole Abuse as something that would deter people from making deals with them. She allowed Crowley, on her behalf, to make their case:
    Crowley: "We have one rule: make a deal, keep it. There's a reason we don't call our chips in early; consumer confidence. This isn't Wall Street. This is Hell! We have a little something called integrity. This gets out who'll deal with us? Nobody! Then where are we?!"
    • Dismayed and annoyed, Asmodeus has since formed his own faction of demons and desires to one day overthrow Sheba and prove that he is superior to her.
    • Other enemies of Sheba include the Archangel Imperius and Demon Hunter Illidan Stormrage. Imperius, although not an ally of Jubileus, is nonetheless extremely towards killing demons and anyone with demon blood. Similarly, Illidan's dedication towards hunting and killing demons is so strong that he was eventually banished from the House of Demons entirely in order to prevent further damage. Sheba has aknowledged both of them as legitimate threats and has fought them on several occasions since.
  • Their temple has two doors, the other being in the House of War.

    The King of All Cosmos 
The King of All Cosmos, The High Deity of Unusual Gods
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    La Muerte & Xibalba 
La Muerte and Xibalba, The Deity Couple (La Muerte: Mi Amor, Muertita, La Catrina, Mary-Beth; Xibalba: Balby, Guicho)
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Left: La Muerte Right: Xibalba
  • Overdeities
  • Symbol: A red heart in front of black wings
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (La Muerte) and True Neutral leaning to Evil (Xibalba)
  • Portfolio: God Couple, Can't Live With Them, Can't Live Without Them, Beast and Beauty, Opposites Attract, Ugly Guy, Hot Wife, Jealous of each other chasing other people, Having Unique Forms of Flight, Having Mortal Disguises, Compulsion to making numerous bets
  • Domains: Love, Divinity, Balance, Memories
  • Herald: The Candlemaker
  • High Priests: Fu Xi & Nu Wa
  • Followers: Kami-sama and Ansuz, Queen Jaydes and King Grambi, Marduk and Kyra
  • Allies: Cosmos, Eru Iluvatar, Manwe, Dizzy, Hector, Histoire, the Librarian, Retsu Unohana, Gomez and Morticia Addams, Zen & Rei, Kouta Kazuraba/Kamen Rider Gaim, Mai Takatsukasa, Madoka Kaname, Hades, Persephone, Asura, Mithra, The Nephalem, Aphrodite, Princess Cadence, Shining Armor
  • Enemies: Melkor, Lord Chaos, Garland, Lucifer, YHVH, Nekron, Lord English, Doc Scratch, Zanza, Nurgle, Shinobu Sensui, Lysandre, Kid Icarus' Hades, Bandit Keith, Malthael, SCP-049, Master Xehanort, The Lich, Justice (Afro Samurai)
  • Opposes: Zeus, Ato-ko Shirogane
  • Opposed by: Trip & Grace, SCP-1440
  • Pities: Xion
  • Conflicting Opinion: Homura Akemi, Medea & Souichirou Kuzuki, Hera
  • Not long after Hector's ascension, two divine looking beings, a woman in red with a large hat and a skeletal humanoid with large black wings were seen out on a date in the House of Love. The Court of the Gods were notified of their presence and sent messengers to summon them, but the couple show themselves up to the courtroom and introduced themselves as La Muerte and Xibalba. The Court tells them that they qualify for the God Couple trope, due to the fact that they are two deities married to each other and are still going strong despite their differences. They accept their newfound position and settled in the sub-Houses of Divinity and Couples Archetypes.
  • Speaking of Hector, he at first thought they run his homeworld's Land of the Dead. They told him that is sadly not the case, but they still have good relations with him as they sympathized with his former best friend KILLING HIM and stealing the credit of a song he wrote, as well as trying to reunite with his daughter, much like Manolo Sanchez's own problems with Joaquin and Maria. On another unrelated note, the three have noticed the similarities between their universes and decided they shouldn't be discussed further than that.
  • They have donated a copy of The Book of Life to the House of Knowledge, with Histoire and the Librarian acknowledging the transaction. Histoire in particular got along with the divine couple really well for guarding a big book of information much like their Herald, the Candlemaker who she got acquainted with swiftly.
  • They have quickly allied themselves with Cosmos, Eru Iluvatar and his second in command, Manwe who have congratulated them for giving the people of San Angel an edge in fighting the bandit king Chakal. They were wary of Xibalba and his previous actions, though the latter says he is currently redeeming himself from them by playing nice; La Muerte promises them he will not cheat again, considering she's his Morality Pet.
    • Of course, Melkor did not take kindly to their ascension so he threatens them by vowing to extinguish the Land of the Remembered just out of spite, which rubs them the wrong way and also shows that there are far more worse adversaries than Chakal. Lord Chaos and Garland are also villains the couple have been wary of, since Cosmos heavily implied she and Chaos were once an item and Xibalba feels conflicted from hearing about it.
    • The other Grand United Alliance Leaders are not friendly with them either. YHVH thinks the Land of the Remembered does not deserve times of joy, a fact La Muerte takes great offense at. Lucifer may have somewhat reasonable goals, but his penchant for anarchic chaos makes Chakal look like a wannabe. Nekron may as well top their enemies list; him wanting death and destruction makes him more dangerous than Chakal, which threatens the living and the Land of the Remembered as well. Nekron called them pathetic for giving the dead too much leeway, especially Xibalba for not being spiteful enough to go against everyone; this angered Xibalba greatly, who refutes that despite his abrasiveness towards everyone, he wouldn't stoop too low to the point of raising the dead because he has someone he cares about. Nekron then leaves disgusted at them, angered at their moral upstanding.
  • The couple have a better time with Retsu Unohana than with Nurgle. That's because Retsu cares about everyone and their safety while Nurgle thinks so, but does not realize his actions are more harmful to others. Nurgle thinks he could be best buds with Xibalba, but the latter wants nothing to do with him.
    Xibalba: Yeah, sorry buddy. I can't hang out with you, I must uh... feed my snake.
    • They cannot agree with SCP-049 and his perspective on "curing" the living. That would mean far too many needless deaths entering the Lands of the Remembered and Forgotten. Xibalba is offended that someone else with the Touch of Death never thinks about what their powers can actually do to innocents. They are also enemies with Malthael, a Fallen Angel that has powers over death and seeks to purge all living beings corrupted by demons who sees the couple as demonic.
  • Being a divine couple, they have gotten along with other couples. They see a lot of themselves in Gomez & Morticia Addams and Hades & Persephone, who welcome them warmly in their respective temples anytime. They were surprised that Kouta Kazuraba & Mai Takatsukasa were once human, and Kouta does more Divine Intervention than Mai who must always look after Planet Helheim. They were also surprised that Zen, a divine being and Rei, a human can actually get together. Princess Cadence & Shining Armor have also congratulated them (Cadence especially) on maintaining their happy marriage.
    • Zeus and Hera never had the best marriage, which disappointed La Muerte and Xibalba. Doesn't help that Zeus constantly cheated on her with other goddesses and Hera commends them for having a happier marriage despite giving said goddesses punishments for getting close to Zeus, something even La Muerte find too much. The other Hades is someone they're enemies with, since he tarnishes their good friend's name. Considering what they are capable of, he is treading caution while still finding a way to taunt them good.
    • Aphrodite thought Xibalba would be willing cheat on La Muerte, but the truth couldn't be more farther than that as they love each other too deeply. This relieve her greatly and she wishes them best, which they accept more than they do with Hera's praise. They have heard of Ato-ko Shirogane and her shtick of destroying relationships and already, they are more than happy to punish her should she do the same to them. Ato-ko herself wouldn't dare to ruin their marriage, considering that they are deities and their devotion is too strong to be broken.
    • They feel conflicted over the fact that a villainous couple like Medea & Souichirou Kuzuki could be happy together. Sure their marriage is something they can respect, but both are willing to do bad things nonetheless. Trip & Grace feel insecure and are in denial over the fact that two deities are happier being together than they are; the divine couple tries to give them marriage advice, but they are too adamant and refuses to even listen to them.
  • Given that the Land of the Remembered needs everyone remembering their loved ones, La Muerte has befriended Mithra for managing the faith for the Trope Pantheons. Asura also got acquainted with her, finding her not as bad as the other gods he met in his adventure. He and Mithra are still intimidated by Xibalba and are wary of him, despite the latter being harmless lately.
  • They are very impressed with The Nephalem's exploits of defeating Diablo just by not being included in their prophecy. It helps that their heroic roles are just like Manolo's, though La Muerte granted Manolo the power to be Immune to Fate while The Nephalem were already granted said power from the start.
  • Since they love making bets a lot which gives them ups and downs (severity depends on their actions), they are seeking Tsunade and Marge Simpson for counseling on reducing this behaviour. Though half the time, Tsunade often ended up enabling said behaviour instead, causing Marge to Face Palm. Tsunade does note that she and La Muerte have something in common. For Marge, she at least finds solace over the fact that they are Good Parents towards their children, even if one of them (Sartana) ended up being a bad guy. Given the bad experiences of Xibalba cheating during bets, Bandit Keith is someone they consider a bad example of, even moreso than Xibalba. Keith is staying far away from them, lest he makes a bet with them and not holding up his promises like he usually do.
  • Lord English and Doc Scratch are arguably worse than Nekron in terms of wanting destruction and the couple are making preparations should their plan nearly comes to fruition again. There's also Zanza, who wants to recreate the world as he sees fit after destroying it and Yuki Terumi, whose countless atrocities involve inflicting despair and provoking weapons of mass destruction just to get back at the creator goddess that has forsaken him. Misanthropes like Shinobu Sensui and Lysandre are also enemies to look out for considering like them, Chakal hates his fellow humans too. All of them see La Muerte and Xibalba as greater obstacles to overcome so that they can achieve their goals for the end of the world.
  • They have met Madoka Kaname and find her a really sweet girl who only wants what was best for everyone. Her friend, Homura Akemi is a bit different; sure Homura's pain of wanting to seeing her friend again is understandable but she also depowered said friend just so she does not lose her. La Muerte is more willing to hear her out (despite Homura not wanting to talk about it), knowing that Homura is suffering as much as everyone she has wronged while Xibalba sees it as an injustice, vowing to end Homura for good should she pull another stunt like that.
  • The Land of the Forgotten is where the dead go whenever nobody ever remember them. However, the couple has never heard of someone being instantly erased from existence; that someone is Xion. They have met her and were saddened of her fate in the mortal world. Xion also has warned them about Master Xehanort and his plans to kidnap the princesses and other girls with similar auras for his grand master plan against the entire Pantheons, which they agree to keep in mind. They then bet each other that either one of them will ruin one of Xehanort's plans.
  • They have met Dizzy, who's also a sweetheart like Madoka. Xibalba is fascinated by her black wing, Necro though he assures her that he just find him cool-looking and not provoking him until he's out of control. SCP-1440 does not like them, since he mostly stay away from death entities after escaping death, despite the couple actually pitying his current state.
  • Apparently according to their creator, they along with La Muerte's sister, La Noche and her husband, El Chamuco make bets all the time, which ended up causing every single event known in human history. Because of this, all deities (even the real ones who are still living) are now wary of them and Marge has more reasons to be exasperated at them.
  • Exclusive to La Muerte:
    • La Muerte has gotten along with other benevolent goddesses and queens like Palutena and Princess Celestia. She finds a lot of common ground with Palutena and even joins her for tea talking about their favourite people. Princess Celestia is happy that La Muerte is living proof that death is not always a bad thing.
    • She rules the Land of the Remembered, an afterlife where the dead go and stay forever as long as there is people alive to remember them. Since she shows that the afterlife is a fun place, she gets along with the good-aligned deities in the sub-house of Afterlife Entities. Her opinion on the evil ones are obvious. There is also Lord Death, who La Muerte once serve as his follower. Lord Death is ecstatic that a fellow friendly reaper is here and together, they help spread the idea that death is not something to fear.
    • She has also befriended fellow All Loving Heroes Yusuke Godai, Rushuna Tendou and Fluttershy. She is glad that Yusuke and Rushuna are fighting for everyone's happiness and Fluttershy was initially almost intimidated by her appearance, but is relieved once she find La Muerte to be quite friendly and also have met Princess Celestia.
  • Exclusive to Xibalba:
    • Finds a lot of common ground with Discord, who finds him a jolly good fellow to have fun with. It helps that they are reforming, though Celestia, La Muerte and Fluttershy are making sure that they still do so. Also got along with fellow Trickster God Loki, who also reformed though even Xibalba is making sure to be wary of his motives time and time again.
    • Has joined Death from Regular Show, Grim and Charon for their own games of poker. Xibalba feels bad about Grim's predicament of having to be the best friend of two kids (doesn't help that one is incredibly stupid and the other is scarily bossy, even for a child) and Charon being Sadly Mythtaken just like his superior, Hades. The three find him a not really bad guy, though they promise to La Muerte that his cheating habits will be punished more often than not, given they too value upholding bargains.
    • Currently under supervision of Dizzy's father Sol Badguy who helps other people who did bad things repent for their actions. It also helps (and is often irking) they have another thing in common.

Greater Gods

    Guthix 
Guthix, the God That Does Not Want To Be Worshipped (The God of Balance, The Green God, Most High Guthix, Most High)
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Guthix's Pre-god Form 
Guthix's Human Form 

    Shin (Dragon Ball
Shin, The Inept Deity (Supreme Kai/Kaioshin of Universe 7, Kibito Kai, former East Supreme Kai, World King God)
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Intermediate Gods

    Byakuren Hijiri and Toyosatomimi no Miko 
Byakuren Hijiri and Toyosatomimi no Miko, The Dueling Messiahs (Byakuren: The Great Sealed Magician, Saint Byakuren, the Acharya who Surpassed the Primates, Youkai Jesus) (Miko: Shoutoku Taoist, Crown Prince, Prince Shoutoku, the Almighty Taoist who Controls the Cosmos)
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Left: Byakuren. Right: Miko

Lesser Gods

    Bandos 
Bandos, Representative Deity of Jerkass Gods (Big High War God, Lord of Battle, Warlord Bandos, The War God)
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Demigods

    Ryoji Mochizuki 
Ryoji Mochizuki, God of Amnesiac Divinities (Pharos, Nyx Avatar, The Appriser, Death)
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Ryoji
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  • Demigod, Greater God as Nyx Avatar
  • Symbol: His scarf, surrounded by black clouds.
  • Theme Song: The Battle For Everyone's Souls (Nyx Avatar)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good True Neutral as Nyx Avatar
  • Portfolio: Walking Spoiler, Bishōnen, Chick Magnet, Handsome Lech, Nice Guy, Single-Target Sexuality, Looks Similar to Makoto Yuki, Anti Anti Christ, Humanoid Abomination, Apocalypse Maiden, Please Kill Me To Prevent The End Of The World, Younger Than He Looks, Anti-Villain
  • Domains: Amnesia, Divinity, Death
  • Allies: All of S.E.E.S., Raspberyl, Yosuke Hanamura, Artix Von Krieger, Rin Okumura, Kaworu Nagisa, Joshua Kiryu, Bruno/Johnny
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Aigis (only on her side)
  • Enemies: Nyarlathotep, Yaldabaoth, YHVH, the Divine Powers
  • Ryoji Mochizuki was already in the Pantheon during its early days after SEES defeated his other form Nyx Avatar, for some reason, and after Makoto Yuki became the Great Seal, but he had lost his memories (yet again) upon arrival. It was only after enough members of SEES ascended to the Pantheon that he was found and brought over to the Court of the Gods to find a position for him, and due to his story arc (as Ryoji) and how he had forgotten about his divinity, it was decided that he ascend for that. And now he has two houses, one in Memories and one in Divinity.
  • Is on good terms with most of SEES, despite being the harbinger of the apocalypse in their universe. The only exceptions are Aigis, who still harbors a minor distrust of him, and Shinjiro Aragaki, whom he's never met. He isn't exactly sure how to introduce himself to him and the rest of the Persona-users in the Pantheon.
  • Due to all four of them being the Anti-Antichrist in their home universe, he gets along well with Rin, Raspberyl, and Artix. They've started a group of that trope.
  • No longer has to worry about Erebus since the Court found no reason for him to stay and evicted him. That said, Erebus still exists out there, so the Great Seals still need to exist.
  • Many gods compare him to Kaworu Nagisa, and find the two similar, not only in voice, but in what they are; Both are the last in a line of monsters sent to destroy mankind who take the form of a {{Bishōnen}} humanoid but willingly sacrifice themselves for the sake of humanity after befriending the protagonist. The big difference though is that not killing Ryoji is the right choice for Makoto Yuki's story. He's met him, and they get along well.
    • Ryoji eventually came to meet Shinji Ikari when he went to visit Kaworu and found him interesting and pitiable, given his terrible luck and his callous father Gendo. As a result, he's begun visiting the EVA pilot, too.
  • Has a tendency to break bad news... rather cheerily.
  • Gets along with Bruno of the same house, as not only they were amnesiacs who initially didn't know who they were, but they were revealed to be villains who heralded the Big Bad of their stories. Ryoji also serves as the straight man to Bruno's antics during their downtime together.
  • Is under the radars of SMT's Nyarlathotep, YHVH, Yaldabaoth and the Divine Powers, with each party having their own agendas. Nyarly wants the Nyx Avatar to herald another apocalyptic event to kill all humans, YHVH and Yaldabaoth want him to destroy the world and recreate it in their own image of absolute order, and the Divine Powers seek to use him to start another Great Singularity. When he found out about their plans, he became both scared and angry and is currently seeking help and asylum with the GUAG so that they don't get what they want.
  • Ryoji has met fellow god-in-mortal-form, Joshua although unlike him, Joshua does retain his memories of who he is. Despite Joshua getting on Ryoji's nerves with his attitude and Ryoji's politeness gives Joshua a hard time, they still get along regardless. They have to stick together when not-so-benevolent forces are seeking their abilities.
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