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The Great Ones
The Great Onesmembers , Eldritch Deities of Bizarre Alien Reproduction (Ebrietas: Daughter of the Cosmos | Rom: The Vacuous Spider)
- Collectively they hold as much power as an Overdeity, alone each is a Greater God. That doesn't protect them from death though.
- Symbol: The Caryll Runes surrounding a brain covered in eyes
- Theme Song: Amygdala, Celestial Emissary, Ebrietas, Daughter of the Cosmos, Lullaby for Mergo, Rom, the Vacuous Spider, Moon Presence
- Alignment: Unknown and Eldritch
- Portfolios: Eldritch Ambominations, Inability to be seen by those who don't have enough insight
- Amygdala: Exploding eye lasers, using it's own arms as weapons
- Celestial Emissary: A stronger version of a basic enemy, Grows huge when damaged enough
- Ebrietas: Combat Tentacles, The true deity of the Healing Church
- Oedon: The Unpronounceable, Formless
- Mergo's Wet Nurse: Knife Nut, Protecting the children of the Great Ones with its life
- Rom: Not actually resembling a spider, Being Vacuous
- The Moon Presence: Being the real final enemy of the game, Being Faceless, The creator of the Curse of Yharnam and the Hunter's Dream
- Domains: Nightmares, Body Horror, Alien Morality
- Followers: The Kin of the Old Ones, The Brain of Mensis
- Herald: Gehrman, the First Hunter
- Active Herald: Micolash, Host of the Nightmare
- Allies: None, though Saya and Fuminori Sakisaka are sort of close to them. They also have some sort of connection with The Old Gods.
- Enemies: The Hunter, Almost every human living in Yharnam, Guts, The Chosen Undead and The Bearer of The Curse, Solaire of Astora
- The cause of the Great Ones' ascension is a mystery, perhaps it was recent or perhaps they were always here, just beyond the veil of sight. Even now they lurk in their own pocket realms, but if one wishes to find them, they will.
- The Great Ones are willing to share their great knowledge with mortals, but one should beware: for having too much of the Great Ones' knowledge grants Insight, and some things are better off unknown.
- Some have noticed similarities between them and the creations of H.P. Lovecraft. Lovecraft refused to comment and contacting the Great Ones isn't the best of ideas.
- Some of the crazier gods have reported seeing lesser versions of Amygdala hanging from various temples. However, they have no way to prove it due to the fact that Lesser Amygdalas cannot be seen without a large amount of Insight.
- Though they can't truly be classified as evil, the GUAG is keeping a wary eye on their actions, lest they try to turn the Pantheon into a new Yharnam and begin the hunt anew.
- Rom's realm is disturbingly easy to access. Thankfully anyone who ends up stumbling upon it will have all the time they want to escape, as Rom and its progeny won't do anything at all unless provoked.
- Their temple exists on the outskirts of the Pantheon and is filled with their Kin. In the highest tower lies the Brain of Mensis, a horrifyingly huge brain coated in eyes. The simple act of drawing near to the temple drives the weak minded to madness.
- The Great Ones themselves are surprisingly innocent in their motives, seeking only to spawn more of their own kind. It's just they don't seem to understand the pain, suffering and horror they inflict on mankind in the process.
- Ram was greatly annoyed to learn that the Vacuous Spider shared her sister's name and went to confront it. However, she very quickly learned that "Vacuous" does not mean "Helpless". The incident also seems to have burned Insight into her mind.
- The Moon Presence has a great interest in The Hunter. This may be due to the fact that in at least one timeline The Hunter became an infant Great One after slaying The Moon Presence
- They've recently went to a period of... mourning or whatever they're doing. Probably must have something to do with Kos' surprise death.
- Can also be found in Otherness Abominations.
Sarah Kerrigan, Goddess of Hive Queens (The Queen of Blades, The Queen Bitch of the Universe)
- Greater Goddess borderline Overdeity as a Xel'naga
- Symbol: The Zerg Swarm Emblem
- Leitmotif: Ascension
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, can slide to Chaotic Good or Chaotic Evil depending on the day she's having. Nowadays, solidly Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: Hive Minds, Alien Parasites, Strength In Numbers, One Women Armies, Attractive Monsters, Ruling Over Planets, Purple Is Powerful, Villains With Heroic Tendencies, Psychic Powers Too Great To Measure, Became A Xel'Naga To Atone For Her Sins
- Domain: Aliens, Hive Minds, Psychics, Power
- Allies: Jim Raynor, Abathur, Zagara, Zeratul, Tassadar, Artanis, The Tyranids, Lesale Deathbringer, Mars, Gabriel Belmont, Riku, Zuko, Anakin Skywalker, Killia, Madoka Kaname, Alexstrasza, Oyashiro, Valvatorez, Sol Badguy
- Enemies: Arcturus Mengsk, Amon, Samir Duran/Emil Narud, The Borg Queen, Trakeena, The Flood, The Combine
- Kerrigan ascended in control of one of the largest military forces in existence, the Zerg Swarm, whose numbers are in the billions and are still growing, and is herself a very powerful and skilled psychic warrior. However, Kerrigan has yet to pledge herself and her forces to either side, mostly because after gaining her independence, she's not keen on submitting to an authority figure again.
- Is very volatile and should be approached with great caution. While Kerrigan has mostly reformed for a force of good, she will not hesitate to murder anyone who sleights her with her own hands regardless of alignment, and that's if they're lucky. Otherwise...
- She is occasionally spotted battling in the Nexus, having signed up there together with Jim Raynor.
- She was a shaky ally of Zeratul, God of the Void. While they have a history of being enemies, her reformation and Zeratul's advice to her in fulfilling an ancient prophecy that granted her greater powers than ever have soothed the waters between them, and Zeratul is interested in protecting her until that prophecy is done.
- As a favor, Zeratul has arranged for her lover and partner Jim Raynor to serve as Kerrigan's high priest, mostly out of concern for her own sanity, until Raynor himself ascended.
- Turns out, Raynor was already in the Pantheon for a long time thanks to Kerrigan, but didn't have a position until Zeratul found him.
- Her alliance with the Tyranids is sturdier since she completely understands their position. After all, when you've got billions of mouths to feed, sooner or later you're gonna have to invade a planet or two.
- Despite the Swarm's similarities to the Borg, Kerrigan is an enemy of the Borg Queen, the brainwashing and lack of individuality personally offending her. This is also the cause for her hatred of The Flood, who are arguably even worse.
- She's... not very fond of Nova, only seeing her as a minor inconvenience and a "second rate Ghost" when compared to her, but not enough to earn her eternal hatred. However, she still didn't take her being with Mengsk and shooting Raynor in the head well.
- She's NOT happy that Mengsk has found himself within the Pantheon. However, part of her seems to be 'looking forward' to it. As in, when the time comes, she could call in Raynor and then kill Mengsk over and over again She'll never get tired of it.
- In an alternate timeline, she was transformed into a succubus. This one, in particular, could be blamed on Gul'dan.
- In yet another timeline, she became Countess Sarah von Kerrigan. This has made her enemies with a lot of vampire slayers due to her ruthlessness.
- With her turning into a Xel'Naga, Kerrigan has become a lot more dangerous than ever before. However, to avoid having more enemies than she already has or making them that much more determined to capture her, she sticks to her Primal Zerg form for now.
- In light of her new form, she has managed to make a lot more allies.
- As others who redeemed themselves from evil, she has connected with the likes of, Gabriel Belmont, Riku, Zuko, and Anakin Skywalker.
- Due to what Kerrigan did for her universe, Killia found a friend in her too.
- As yet another 'guardian of life', Madoka made herself a fast friend of the Queen of Blades.
- As atonement is also part of their philosophy, Alexstraza also became friends with Kerrigan.
- Finally, with her new outlook in life, Kerrigan has decided it was time to join the Grand United Alliance of Good, and plans on forming a group composed of former villains, dark magical girls, people whose philosophy is about atonement, and those who abandoned the darkness in their heritage. Its name would be (as suggested by Riku) Way To The Dawn.
- "I am The Swarm."
The Headcrabs, Divine Race of Control Parasites (Headhumpers, Parasitics, Biotics, Facehuggers)
- Intermediate deities as a whole (Standard headcrabs are quasideities individually. Fast and Poison Headcrabs are demi deities by default). Gonarchs are Intermediate level by themeselves
- Alingment: True Neutral
- Portfolio: Capable of inflicting serios mutations on the human body That doesn't kill the victim, Face Full of Alien Wing-Wong, Fragile Speedster, The most common enemy around Which defined their franchise, Like to jump on people's heads, Face Hugger, Very dangerous if they come in groups, Zombie Apocalypse
- Domains: Aliens, Parasites, Zombies, Infections
- Superiors: The Combine
- Allies (Or those who see potential in these creatures): Lesale Deathbringer, Albert Wesker, Alex Wesker, Abathur, Lord Hater and Commander Peepers (Actually just Hater, the watchdogs are scared shitless of them.)
- Rivals: The Facehuggers, The Flood, Wig-Wigs, The Metroid Hatcling, The Goombas, The Blue Slime
- Enemies: Gordon Freeman, Nyarko, XCOM, Ellen Ripley, Master Chief, Isaac Clarke, Tallahasee, Lee Everett and Clementine, Commander Shepard, Serious Sam, Frank West, Leon S. Kennedy, Chris and Claire Redfield, Jill Vallentine, Saeko Busujima, General Fletcher, Agents K and J, Ax
- Opposes: The Kraken, Blooper, Ika Musume, The Inklings
- Headcrabs are a alien race of omnivorous, parasitic creatures that have a tendency of "attaching" to people's head whenever they spot one. They arrival of the Pantheon was one huge mess because no one was prepared for the incoming invasion of this parasite creatures but thankfully, Gordon Freeman was there to contain them.
- In reality, they arrived in the Panthon "alongside" Gordon to the House of Knowledge, but it wasn't until more came that terrorized the rest of the Pantheon that they ascended proper to the House of Aliens.
- Back on the first invasion to earth, headcrabs used to come in one basic form but later, two new subspecies were discovered after the Combine invasion, which were the Poison and Fast variants. The latter two are much more dangerous and it should be heavily adviced to never approach them.
- While they might seem harmless and kind of Cute at times, they are actually VERY dangerous parasites. Victims of a headcrab will generally look like this which has greatly horrified a lot of gods in the pantheon. The best part? It is said that the victim is not dead and is entirely aware of its state, Which is very, VERY, painful. It has been proven that they are actually begging for help when they are set on fire.
- And that's not it. The other two variants are arguably worse than the normal headcrabs. Fast Headcrabs forcefully make their host take off all of their skin, leaving them with only the flesh intact in an almost skeletal appearance. The Poison Headcrabs are considered the worst ones, because not only one is attached to the head, but at least 4 or 5 more will be attached to the back of the victim as well.
- Headcrabs had been also used as Biological weapons by the combine, which very effective results. The most known place known for a Headcrab infestation is Ravenholm which is a small town that got overrun by the Headcrab Shells launched by the combine. Many Zombie Apocalypse survivors had starting to target these creatures because of their tendency to "Zombify" their victims.
- For all of their destructive potential, they usually go down with just one crowbar hit so they naturally developed a huge fear of Crowbars. Besides Gordon, Nyarko can be often found smacking these things with her "unspeakable bar thing" like if it were a child's game.
- It is generally believed that a Poison headcrab's bite would instantly kill any unprotected victim but thankfully there is an antidote available but only Gordon Freeman has access to it. GUAG is putting all their resources to mass produce said antidote in case there is an outbreak of Poison headcrabs.
- However, Lesale Deathbringer has taken some interest in their Toxin and is planning to study it to create an even deadlier toxin.
- They are frequently confused for the Facehuggers, which Ellen Ripley is not happy with. She, along with Gordon, is designing a plan to destroy the hive they reside.
- Headcrabs have been shown to be very aggresive to people that resembles squids. Apparently, their natural predators, by the name of Bullsquids, are very aggresive creatures that feed on headcrabs.
- The Gonarch are considered the Broodmothers and the most powerful headcrabs around. While they do not behave like parasites, they are very protective of their surroundings and they are Incredible durable against most attacks. They also are able to create Baby headcrabs to dispose of their foes.
- Gonarchs have been slowly be seen with Abathur. The Zerg has developed an interest in the creatures and he is looking for a way to "Improve" their brood by "merging it" with the Zerg. You Can Panic Now.
- Gonarchs has been also been a target for the Weskers siblings, since they see potential for Weaponizing the Headcrabs like the combine did before them.
- Lastly, gods feel really unerved around gonarchs. Not because how dangerous they are, but because they look like giant walking scrotums. This amuses Mara greatly.
- There exist a way to "domesticate" a headcrab thanks to one of Gordon's allies, Isaac Kleiner. By removing the fangs found in their mouths, headcrabs would be rendered harmless. They will still try to jump on your head but it would mostly cause you a headache.
- Debeaked headcrabs can be trained to not only carry items in a pack but even basic monetary ability such as selling said items, buying specified items along with the ability to use tome-based mana spells, implying they have some form of control over magic, Ember or otherwise.
- Lord Hater takes Captain Tim, his spider alien, out for routine visits to this place. He has since enjoy all the Headcrabs behaving like excited dogs to him and is considering taking one home as a adopted pet. Peepers is begging for the Main House to not let that happen.
Mars People, Divine Race of Octopoid Aliens
- Intermediate Deities as a whole. Rootmars is closer to a Greater God
- Symbol: Their Spaceships
- Theme Song: First Contact and Final Attack
- Alignment: Neutral Evil
- Portfolio: Aliens Are Bastards, Alien Blood, Enemy Mine in the Sixth Game, Flying Saucer, Homing Projectile, Ray Gun, Starfish Aliens
- Domains: Aliens, Invasion, Betrayal, War, Conflict, Kidnapping
- Followers: Gallaxhar, Exceller, Octoombas, Kang and Kodos
- Allies: The Martians, The Harvesters, Marvin the Martian, Vilgax, ADVENT
- Enemies: The Peregrine Falcons and the Sparrows Team, Leona Heidern, Martian Manhunter, John Carter, Amy Wong, Rei Hino, XCOM, Brainiac, Harbinger, The Grineer, The Xenomorph Drone, Inklings, Octodad, Ika Musume, Most of the Ascended SNK and Capcom deities
- In a world torn apart by conflict between an Evil Army and the heroes who oppose them, one wouldn't expect aliens to be involved in the conflict. Enter the Mars People, who decided to ally with General Morden in hopes of defeating the Regular Army once and for all. Thing is, the Mars People had plans of their own and betrayed the Rebel Army at the last minute since they were only interested in taking over the Planet Earth. Thankfully they were defeated the first time but they have returned countless times in hopes of suceeding but the brave team of the Peregrine Falcons and The Sparrows have been able to prevent the Martians from suceeeding, even taking down their leader Rootmars the second time.
- Generally they sport an appearance of a squid and come in different types and colours. Their weaponry consist of ray guns, guns that shoot explosive spores, robots and even spaceship of variable size, the biggest being their mothership. The leader of the Mars People is a psychic alien known as Rootmars, being much bigger than them and also having powerful laser attacks. They came to the pantheon believing it was planet earth but they faced opposition from the XCOM who are used to fighting alien invasions and had to establish themselves somewhere to avoid being wiped out and kicked out of the pantheon.
- Their ascension alarmed the Metal Slug Crew and they were among the first to oppose their invasion. The four are considered by the Mars People to be the most dangerous enemies they have ever faced, them being the primary reason most of their invasions to planet earth failed. And it only got worse when they discovered that they had a few allies who were experts in dealing with alien threats.
- While they have an established temple in the pantheon, most of the time they prefer to be in their home planet of Mars. However, they were taken aback when they found out that other races inhabited the planet, some even calling themselves "martians". They almost got into a heated conflict with the martians given their resemblance to their sworn enemy the Invaders (who are said to come from Venus) but all confusions got cleared when they indeed discovered that both races were Not So Different and had the same goals. There was also Marvin the Martian, who most of the Mars people considered a bit quirky and think his plan of blowing up earth is a bit stupid consider the potential the planet has for them.
- However, not all Martians were sympathetic to their cause. J'onn J'onns, better known as Martian Manhunter, considers the Mars People as threat to the pantheon and will not hesitate to stop them if they go too far. His inmense power that even surpasses that of their leader hasn't gone unnoticed by the squid aliens and they are aware of his weakness to fire and will try to exploit it whenever it's possible. They were also insulted that there were certain earthlings that had connections to Mars or even called themselves "Martians", such as John Carter, Amy Wong or Rei Hino and they plan to deal with them eventually.
- They have a good relationship with the Harvesters being a fellow planet invading alien race. It is said that the Mars People's mothership resembles that of the Harvesters, with both of them being destroyed by a kamikaze plane hitting their core. They also allied with Vilgax given that he is also a Cthulhumanoid planet conqueror but they've heard of his backstabbing tendencies so they have been keeping an eye on him (Granted, the Mars People do that a lot too).
- As standard for any malicious alien race, the Mars People are a prime target by the XCOM, Master Chief and The Guardians. The latter group often visits their home planet since it's a sacred place to them and since they tend to be fairly proficient at eliminating extraterrestrial targets, they had to secure their home bases in case they got attacked.
- But this animosity did have its benefits. ADVENT noticed the octopoid aliens after they had a confrontation with their arch-enemy and proposed an alliance since both factions seeked to conquer earth.
- They may be plenty of evil, but the Mars People even detests other alien races that are too much from them. Xenomorphs remind them of the Invaders that prey of them, with their Queen being a huge rival towards Rootmars. The Grineer's Absolute Xenophobe tendencies coupled with the fact that they have occupied Mars have made them a huge threat to the Mars People and they have been constantly at war ever since they set foot in the pantheon.
- They may look like squids, but they don't consider themselves ones. Inklings at first confused them for Octolings before they discovered too late that these "Octolings" were far more evil and dangerous. Octodad thought that they were also octopuses and he even managed to full them into thinking that he was another mar person like them, before they found out he was from earth and he almost got fried instantly. Lastly, Squid Girl thought that the octopoid aliens were fellow aquatic creature that rose up to oppose humanity, but they weren't aquatic nor were looking to start a revolution, they wanted to conquer planet earth and Ika was also one of the targets to exterminate.
- They are said to be perfect for being a Master of Disguise, impersonating General Morden during one of their attempts and even managing to capture one of the agents of the Regular Army. They also know how to create superpowered clones of those they have abducted but after the last clone test subject escaped and caused the remaining existing clones became zombified, they have reduced the production of them.
- A few of their members made appearances in other titles, engaging in a hand to hand combat against certain fighters from other SNK franchises and a few Capcom deities. They aren't very fond of the squid creatures and would rather beat them within an inch of their lives if they came accross them.
Roger Smith (American Dad)
Roger Smith, God of Grey Aliens (The Legman, Ricky Spanish, and too many others to count)
- Theme Song: Cilantro
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: His own head
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (can be Neutral Evil if the situation calls for it)
- Portfolio: Aliens that land in area 51, owning thousands of costumes that can fool anybody, The Sociopath played for laughs, needlessly ruthless revenge, Tragic Villainy, survives off of cruelty, offensive comedy
- Domains: Wrath, Revenge, Disguises, Hate
- Followers: Crypto, Paul
- Enemies: Masato Kusaka/Kamen Rider Kaixa
- Sought out by: Yuuki Terumi, the Dazzlings
- Vitriolic Best Buds with: Zoidberg
- Ascended by his creator, Seth MacFarlane, to help him prove that not all of his works are awful. Following this, he's joined the other Fox gods to help them in their jobs.
- He is a self-proclaimed master of disguise, often wearing costumes to fulfill his needs. Though his disguises are painfully obvious, the more intelligent gods ignore this, as they generally enjoy seeing his antics.
- Despite the eternal feud between their creators, Roger gets along greatly with Cartman. They share many a profile with each other.
- Roger often randomly lashes out at people, as he cannot function well without letting out his bile. Naturally, this makes him a favorite of Terumi and the Dazzlings, and they have often stuck around him in his less lucid moments.
- Many gods have claimed to have seen him say "ayy lmao". Roger has yet to comment on this.
- Has said on occasion that he voiced several in the past like Sonic and Batman. Most don't believe him.
- Once tried to gain a large amount of money from the House of Commerce. When he was denied (read:kicked out), he stood outside the house and proceeded to do for this for an entire day. When they gave up, it turned out that they used up all of their resources to block him out. Roger went back to another one of his Zany Schemes, as if he was oblivious to the whole fiasco.
- Wholeheartedly approves Stewie's ways of dealing with people.
Yrel, Goddess of Space Elves (Light of Hope, Jeanne d'Argus)
- Theme Song: Yrel (at 1:33:59).
- Intermediate Goddess
- Symbol: The Icon of Argus
- Alignment: Lawful Good
- Portfolio: Space Elves, Light Is Good, Taking Levels In Badass, Jeanne d'Archétype, Healing Hands, The Paladin, Taking Up A Dead Friend's Hammer, Holy Hand Grenade, Alternate Universe.
- Domains: Light, Leadership, Faith, Healing.
- Allies: Jaina, Tyrael, Thrall, Baine Bloodhoof, Alexastrasza, Aang,, Liara T'soni, Jeanne D'Arc
- Enemies: Arthas Menethil, Xykon, Redcloak, Gul'dan
- Conflicting Opinion: Zeratul; while she recognizes him as a comrade, previous experience with the Shadowmoon orcs has made it hard for her to trust anyone using The Power of the Void.
- Herald: Prophet Velen, an alternative counterpart of her teacher
- Became friends with Aang after they found common ground in having to take a leading role in their worlds during a war despite their relative ages, and a lack of combat experience or training beforehand.
- Rumored to have been in a relationship with Vindicator Maraad before his death. Has yet to confirm or deny this.
- It is unknown what her opinion on the Grommash Hellscream in the Pantheon is, even though she is working with the one from her universe to rebuild Draenor after the Iron Horde's defeat.
- Often goes to the Houses of Leadership and War in order to increase her knowledge of tactics or diplomacy. She met Jeanne d'Arc during one of these trips, and the two hit it off swiftly.
- After meeting Liara T'soni, formed a partnership with her, due to both their similar appearance, and their specialties working together well (Liara as an information gatherer, and Yrel as a leader in combat using the info she gathers.) Liara, in turn, sees her as similar to Commander Shepard.
- Greatly respects Tyrael, due both to his Screw the Rules, I'm Doing What's Right! attitude in regards to mortals, and his former status as an angel.
- Clashed with Arthas Menethil upon her ascension, due to him being a former paladin who killed many of the other paladins, and causing millions of deaths after he became the Lich King. While she lost the fight, she was saved by the other good Blizzard deities before he could kill and raise her, and has been practicing for a rematch ever since.
- Apparently, from other deities that healed her, she learned that Arthas has been training via the Nexus battlefields and... well it was kind of reckless of her to challenge a seasoned veteran like that even when she's pretty new in the business. Yrel has learned her lessons well and wonders if one day she could apply to that battlefield... in which she eventually did.
- Also holds a grudge against Xykon and Redcloak for similar reasons. While she has shown some interest in trying to talk things out with the latter due to his personal history with paladins, she sees Xykon as being similar to Arthas.
- "Do your worst."
Chang'e, Goddess of People of the Moon (Chang-o, Heng'e, Jouga, Goddess of the Moon, Faerie of the Moon)
- Lesser Goddess
- Symbol: The Moon with a visible outline of a rabbit.
- Alignment: True Neutral
- Portfolio: Goddess of the Moon, Turned Into a Mortal Alongside Her Husband, Drank the Elixir of Immortality And Regretted Her Actions Later, Ascended Into the Heavens, Accompanied by the Jade Rabbit, Star-Crossed Lovers with Houyi
- Domains: Moon, Immortality, Dancing, Rabbits, Love
- Allies: Houyi, Reisen Udongein Inaba, Usagi Tsukimo, Chibi-Usa, Tyrande Whisperwind, Django, Cecil Harvey, Golbez, Princess Luna, Artemis, Selene
- Enemies: Junko, Doctor Eggman
- Mixed Relations: Eirin Yagokoro, Kaguya Houraisan
- Chang'e in many stories is known as the wife of the celestial archer Houyi. Stories differ how their relation began, was it that she was with him in the Heavens before his exile from there, with her being send with him or that she is related to the river god He-Bo and the two met on Earth. Whatever the case is, one day Houyi received two vials of Elixir of Immortality, which would allow the two of them become immortal. However due of reasons unknown, Chang'e drank both vials, after which she ascended into the Moon. With no one but a rabbit with her side, she was doomed to life her existence as the only person on the Moon.
- When Chang'e was given the power to ascend to the Pantheon, it was the first time in practically an eternity that she and her husband Houyi managed to reunite. After all, the distance between them is the distance between the Earth's Moon and the Sun. The House of Love actually celebrated this moment due of being one of longest lasting Star-Crossed Lovers stories there is.
Junko: Chang'e... Chang'e... CHANG'E!! For ages I have waited for the moment I and you will meet once again! Now everyone witness as I will kill her ten, hundred, thousand, how many times I need to finally satisfy my desire for pure revenge!!
- ...Unfortunately their reunion did not last without problems. When the actual celebration was happening, there was a really unfortunate party crasher who came and stopped the celebration. The woman in question? None other than Junko, who had finally reunited with her archenemy after who knows how long. She was sadistically gleeful for this reunion.
- To say the least, the whole party was ruined due of Junko's actions. She only stopped trying to attack Chang'e when she was captured and put into custody. Of course everyone knows that it won't stop Junko forever. Now Chang'e has to life in fear that Junko might one day find her and exact her revenge on her.
- While Chang'e does know what happened to Houyi after she ascended to the Moon, she can't really blame him for it. In fact, she sort of hold responsibility for it as it was her mistake what lead to his Start of Darkness.
- While the believe is that she is the only human on the Moon, it might not always be the case. In some cases, she is from an entire race of Lunarians. Unfortunately, when she drank the Hourai Elixir, the Lunarians locked her away due of their believe that absence of death is an impurity by itself. Not only that, but due of the actions of her husband, she is being targeted by a divine spirit named Junko who wants to kill her as revenge of sort (even if Chang'e has Complete Immortality). The fact that she can't really do anything to it bothers her.
- Note that she has no ill will against Eirin and Kaguya, as she knowns that it wasn't really their fault. Though she feels nervous that someone out there is able to create an Elixir of Immortality due of fear what it might do to someone.
- Speaking of which, Chang'e is also a goddess of sort to the Lunar Rabbits. And while she and Reisen hasn't really met eachother, Reisen is compelled to be with her.
- There are some stories that once she ascended to the Moon, she transformed into a toad. She can't really say anything about it.
- Some gods wonder why she is mute when she is send to the Battleground of the Gods. Some think that due of what she did, Chang'e simply decided not to speak ever again. It's not like she can't talk... but sometimes it is probably better that she doesn't talk.
- While some say that she is trapped in the Moon forever, she might still be able to visit Earth sometimes. For example, she once visited Earth to hold a conference about the state of the Moon. She also does not like anyone who tries to mess with Moon's surface for sick kicks. She lives in there, you know.
- She has really good relations with those who were either from the Moon or are somehow related to those who have lived there. Which ironically includes Django.
- There are some confusions on what gender the Jade Rabbit is. Some say that the rabbit is female where as some say that the rabbit is male.
- She's at odds with Doctor Eggman, due to him blowing up half the Moon.
Commander Torque, God of Little Green Men (Shellduck)
- Theme Song: Horizon Starport
- Lesser God
- Symbol: His Ray Gun
- Alignment: Lawful Good
- Portfolio: Supporting Leader, Martial Pacifist, The Smart Guy, Drives Like Crazy, Goggles Do Nothing
- Domain: Aliens, Rebellion, Space
- Allies: Sash Lilac, Carol Tea, Milla Basset, Sonic the Hedgehog, Miles "Tails" Prower, Liara T'soni
- Enemies: Lord Brevon, Raul Menendez, Masato Kusaka/Kamen Rider Kaixa
- Just as Anthony Higgs was sent to the Pantheon on behalf of the Galactic Federation, Commander Torque was sent here by the Chasers after they heard that Lord Brevon was spotted in the Trope Pantheons. And then he was in for a surprise when he was told that he was already given a position in reserve for his arrival. And there came further surprise upon finding Lilac and her friends in the Pantheon as well.
- When it comes to Little Green Men, they are either hostile or mysterious. If hostile, they will wield ray guns, speak English, and will ask anyone they find to take them to their leader. If mysterious, they will probably not speak, or speak only in weird beeping noises, possibly abduct people, and then disappear quickly and mysteriously, leaving little trace. Torque speaks English, and he has a ray gun, but he's far from hostile or mysterious, making him something of an oddity when compared to other "little green men".
- Much like Lilac and the others, he gets along pretty well with Sonic and his friends as the blue hedgehog was the one who got Lilac ascended in the first place. He especially gets along with Tails, another mechanical genus.
- Has befriended Liara, another alien fighting against an oppressive alien race. No surprise, Torque does idly find her attractive.
- Don't ask him to drive. Just don't. The last time he got behind a biplane, he crashed into a wall.
- Is absolutely despised by Raul Menendez. The man once tried to turn him against Lilac and the others as he's something of their leader, but having dealt with the ruthless and cruel Brevon for years, he knows all the standard traps. He is the one time Raul's manipulations failed. Torque actually pities Raul for what he's become, but won't back down if it comes to fighting him.
- Given the fact that he's an alien, Masato did try to attack him. He wasn't in the mood to fight the deluded Rider. Still, he's quite pissed over the fact that Masato views anyone who isn't human as evil.
Madame Vastra, Goddess of Reptilian Aliens (The Veiled Detective)
- Lesser Goddess
- Symbol: A green, scaly moon symbol
- Alignment: Lawful Good
- Portfolio: In an interspecies homosexual relationship with Jenny, Cute Silurian Girl, Lizard Folk, Prejudice towards humans Whilst Still Heroic (Despite a Relationship with one), Remnant of a Primordial Race, Lady of Adventure
- Domains: Investigations, Mysteries, Reptiles
- Followers: The Tarsi, Bossk
- Allies: The Doctor, Rory Williams, Red Genesect, Sherlock Holmes, Doctor John A. Watson, Undyne, Marceline Abadeer, Jonathan Joestar, Reptile, Rexie, Rodan, Omastar, Kabutops, Aerodactyl, Tyrantrum, Integra Hellsing, Robert E.O Speedwagon
- Conflicted on: Mesogog
- Enemies: The Great Intelligence, Jack the Ripper, King Ghidorah, The Daleks, Moriarty, Dio Brando, The Lich, Aku, Gihren Zabi, Indomitus Rex, Dolores Umbridge
- Long before humans even evolved, the Earth was dominated by Homo Reptilia, also known as the Silurians. Their might empire came to an end when they feared a planetoid would come crashing into the planet, so they fled underground to hibernate and escape the cataclysm. In reality, this "planetoid" merely entered the planet's orbit and became the Moon. In the age on man, the Silurians woke up and often caused trouble over who owns the Earth. When a English construction site broke through Madame Vastra's colony, the Doctor managed to defuse the situtation. Since then, she has become a valued ally to the Doctor.
- No-one's exactly sure why her race is called "Silurians", when reptiles didn't even exist in that time period. No-one's sure what archaeological period the Silurians are from, but at least in the case of Madame Vastra it's around the Cretaceous Period. Due to the extinction event, she's on the watch for the Lich and Aku. She loathes Ghidorah even above them for being fully conscious and sadistically gleeful when he committed the mass extinction.
- Don't refer to Vastra as a reptilian. As she's quick to point out, she's not an alien, and the Earth is as much her home as is any human. She also doesn't like the prejudice towards reptiles, though has to admit the actions of her species isn't doing her any favors. She isn't sure what to think about Mesogog; while a villain, she does sympathize with his desire to bring back the age of the dinosaurs.
- Madame Vastra can be found in Victorian England, working to solve the numerous paranormal crimes of that era. As such, she has joined with the likes of Sherlock Holmes. On top of her hit-list is Dio Brando, due to the trouble he caused in "Phantom Blood."
- With her complicated relationship with humans, Madame Vastra found a close friend in Undyne. Together, they work to help protect the "monsters" of their respective worlds, and in the pantheon as a whole. The two had a bit of a fling, but quickly broke it off due to their feelings for Jenny and Alphys respectively.
- She has a close bond to Marceline, as they both know what it's like to be of a dying breed out of their time. Would rather not comment about her tongue in polite company. Privately, however...
- Spends a lot of her time in the House of Ancient Beasts, become friendly with many of the dinosaurs there. She has struck up an incredibly powerful friendship with the Red Genesect due to their shared Fish out of Temporal Water background. And as far as she's concerned, the Indomitus Rex is no dinosaur, but an abomination and perversion of the world she held so dearly.
The Venom Symbiote, God of Symbiotic Organisms (My Psycho Ex, The Symbiote, The Black Suit, Corrupter, The Spider's Dark Spirit)
- Lesser God (gives whoever is wearing it a full-rank up)
- Symbol: Its eyes on a black background, alternatively: its Spider-Symbol◊
- Theme Songs: Venom's theme; alternatively, its MVCI Theme and it's rap theme
- Alignment: Lawful Good* ->Chaotic Neutral* ->Chaotic Evil* ->Neutral Good
- Portfolio (always): Resiting Old Weaknesses, Glasgow Grin, Continually Shifting Alignment, Lots of Big, Sharp Teeth
- Itself: Blob Monster, Body Surf, Evolving Personality-wise, Clingy Costume, Emotion Eater, Living Weapon, Not Good with Rejection, Serial-Killer Killer, Stronger with Age, Likes Chocolate, Used to be a Sweet Alien (and it is again), (formerly) Yandere, member of a God Killing Race
- What it Gives Hosts: Adaptive Armor, Combat Tentacles, Lovecraftian Superpower, My Suit Is Also Super, Power Copying, Shapeshifter Weapon, Superpower Lottery
- Domains: Clothing, Powers, Armor, Space, Emotions, Shape-shifting
- Herald: Its spawn Sleeper
- Allies: Flash Thompson and Eddie Brock (permanent host/soul mate), Ryuko Matoi, Satsuki Kiryuin, Captain America, Superman, Martian Walker, Yubel, Spawn, The Men in Black
- Rivals: Jackie Estacado/The Darkness
- Friendly Rivals and Vitriolic Best Buds with: Senketsu and The Witchblade
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Miles Morales (one-sided on Miles part)
- Enemies: Doctor Octopus, Eliza, Ragyo Kiryuin, Wilhelm Strasse, Felicia Hardy/Black Cat
- Arch Enemy: Cletus Kasady and the Carnage Symbiote
- Commonality Connection with: Yubel
- (Former) Target of Obsession: Peter Parker
- Marvel: Eddie Brock (host/soulmate in the comics), Ann Weying, Patricia Robertson, Angelo Fortunato, Mac Gargan, Mary Jane Watson, Gwen Stacy/Spider-Gwen, Carol Danvers/Captain Marvel, Flash Thompson, Andrea Benton, Doctor Otto Octavius (in the body of Peter Parker), Thaddeus "Thunderbolt" Ross (as Red Hulk). He was also the Ghost Rider at one time. Yes, really), Groot, Rocket Racoon, Drax the Destroyer
- Pantheonic: Jason Todd, Vi, Aikuro Mikisugi, Tyrantrum, Deviljho, Ryuko Matoi, Satsuki Kiryuin (they felt awkward due to how figure-showing it was), Issei Hyodo
- It didn't so much "ascend" (since it technically joined the Pantheon with Flash Thompson) but merely made a House for itself. No one really wanted to argue with it, since most are still leery of it. That and Orifice Invasion isn't fun.
- As a Klyntar, it has a natural weakness to sonic attacks and fire. However, unlike its spawn, due to its age, it has become increasingly resilient to flames and sonics.
- Despite it deciding to permanently bond with Flash Thompson, it still can be separated from Flash, leading to much chaos when it needs to get back to him. One time it even hijacked a Gorilla, (as well as one time Groot, Rocket Racoon and Drax the Destroyer) to get back to him!
- Somehow ended up becoming close friends with Senketsu and The Witchblade, though this was expected by a few members of the Pantheon. Like Senketsu and the Witchblade, Venom has decided if Flash doesn't need it, that it would allow other Pantheonic members to "wear" it.
- At one point, an alternate version of itself bonded with Mary Jane Watson. She was suitably squicked out and needed Brain Bleach yet again. In another universe the both of them bonded once more.
- Despite having had its hatred and negative emotions purged, there's still one thing it hates more than anything: its "child", Carnage. Carnage, and by extension, Cletus Kasady, seem to serve as a major Berserk Button for it. In fact, it will (and often has) hijacked control of its host to fight Carnage just because of how much it hates Carnage.
- It ended up quite an unusual friendship with Yubel, though it seemed to have started because they're both former-Yanderes peacefully bonded to a good person.
- Due to it being separated from Flash at some points, it's had to find other hosts. At one point it ended up hitching a ride on Deviljho. It ended horribly, and parts of the Pantheon are still getting repaired to this day.
- Gwen encountered the symbiote in the pantheon, and her bond with the black substance brought out her inner hunger for revenge against those who've wronged her like Matt "Murderock" along with other deities who've gotten under her skin. The alien suit was reminded of Eddie Brock when attached to this spider-heroine's body.
- During its time with Brock, the symbiote once got hungry and ate some thugs before moving on to their boss, Bane. Venom succeeded without much trouble. It found his taste pleasantly spicy.
- Venom was absolutely ecstatic to see that Eddie Brock had finally ascended. Thankfully with permission from the Court of the Gods, Venom doesn't have to worry about choosing between the two. Venom can now safely switch to either as the other will carry the Anti-Venom Symbiote, insuring that neither will be powerless or in danger without Venom. But while Venom would love nothing more than to celebrate, the preparation for Knull's return and potential ascension takes top priority.
- Also can be found in the House of Costumes.
Dr. Jacques von Hämsterviel, God of Aliens Resembling Earth Animals (Hamster-wheel, Rupert)
- Symbol: His "H" brooch
- Alignment: Neutral Evil
- Portfolio: Intelligent Gerbil (hates being called a gerbil, he is HAMSTER-like), The Napoleon, Usually A Harmless Villain, Iconic Sequel Villain, Jerks, Evil Genius, Cardboard Prison, Being Very Irritable, Volleying Insults that are Shaped Like Itself
- Domains: Science, Criminals, Ego, Fluffiness, Aliens, Irritability, Funding
- Followers: Ch'p, the Bugs, the Ssi-ruuk
- Interested in: Most Pokémon (particularly the legendaries), the House of Genetic Engineering, many SCPs
- Allies: Leroy, Ghetsis Harmonia, Doctors Eggman and Wily, Marvin the Martian, Babidi, Wat Tambor, Dr. Gero
- Headbutting Villains with: The Professor (on their end), Professor Hojo (on his end)
- Enemies: Lilo and Stitch, the other experiments, many Pokémon but primarily Silvally, Mew, Mewtwo and the Eevelutions, Iroque, Felix the Cat, The SCP Foundation, SCP-040, The Men in Black
- Fears: SCP-542, The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog
- Avoids: The Facehuggers and the Xenomorph Drone
- Dr. Jacques von Hämsterviel was the financier and business partner of Jumba Jookiba, aiding him in the creation of over 600 experiments. After Experiment 626/Stitch escaped and Jumba settled down on Earth, Hämsterviel enlisted the aid of the disgraced Gantu to get the remaining 625 experiment pods. They ended up being scattered on Earth, and from prison, Gantu tried reclaiming them. When that didn't work and they were all turned good, he took matters into his own hands with a new experiment, Leroy, and planned to take out the experiments and rule through the Leroy clones. However, they were defeated, and Hämsterviel was locked up again.
- Resembles some sort of gerbil, hamster, and/or rabbit. He doesn't take kindly to those that mistake him as such, insisting he is hamster-like and shouldn't be compared to any other rodent. He doesn't care much for the other rodents, mind you. Some thought he might get along with the Killer Rabbit, but after seeing what it does to those who come too near it, the doctor is terrified of the Killer Rabbit.
- Abrasive, irritable and having an ego inversely proportional to his size, Dr. Hämsterviel doesn't come off as an impressive villain. The fact that the Leroy clonesnote are still locked up doesn't help matters. Still, he is an Evil Genius not to be underestimated, even managing to conquer the world in a Bad Future. The Professor decided to work with him since he felt together they might permanently be not so harmless, and while Hämsterviel is fine employing him he is quick to insult his new partner for his incompetence. Felix the Cat has managed to fool both of them.
- Is willing to employ himself to Dr. Eggman and Dr. Wily. After all, he is a fellow Evil Genius and shares ambitions of conquest, so it's in his best interest siding with them. He is more cordial when it comes to Babidi, however, as they're both short, Napoleon-complexed aliens. Babidi's mind control appealed to Hämsterviel, though it's not going to work on the now redeemed experiments. He's just hoping he can get it to somehow.
- He has also sided with Marvin the Martian, as they're comical yet sinister evil aliens. Marvin is more Affably Evil, though he's arguably eviler. Wat Tambor isn't the former and definitely the latter, but is otherwise willing to work with Hämsterviel in hopes of weaponizing monsters and other means to conquer worlds.
- Hämsterviel has hopes of somehow turning the experiments back to evil, in a vain hope of starting over. He finds Indigo-1 some serious opposition as the Indigo Tribe is all about brainwashing evil beings to feel compassion and be good. He finds how the Men in Black deal with aliens to get in the way of his ambitions as well.
- Interested in the many Pokémon within the Pantheon, especially the legendaries, who he compared to the many experiments. He is willing to help Ghetsis in his own plans in order to get both Pokémon and experiments, all for their mutual desire for conquest(at least until they get in each other's way). His biggest targets are Mew and Eevee due to their genetic potential. Also Mewtwo and Silvally for being more direct experiments.
- Also interested in the various SCPs, and believes that he can use them instead of the experiments for taking over the galaxy. He almost certainly can't. To his credit, he won't try to touch SCP-542, though it's mainly because he's terrified by the Extreme Omnivore rabbit. He is also smart enough to know he shouldn't bother with anything related to the Xenomorph.
- Has been working in the House of Genetic Engineering, in hopes of creating new experiments loyal to him. One of the first things he did was try to get control over SCP-040, to make her use her Biomanipulation powers as part of his "Experiment 630+" plan. Professor Hojo will help with that For Science!, however, Dr. Hämsterviel walks on eggshells around him since even he thinks Hojo's a creep.
Emir Wat Tambor, God of Aliens In Exosuits (Wat Tambor, Rosie the Robot)
- Symbol: The Techno Union sigil
- Alignment: Neutral Evil
- Portfolio: Mega-Corp, All Part of Sidious' plan, Cruel Revolutionaries, Truly Alien Biology, Alien Astronaut Suits So He Doesn't Explode in Earth-like Environments, Sees People as Property or Finance, Creepy Monotone, Greed, Death By Irrelevance He Brought On Himself
- Domains: Foremen, Technology, Revolutions, Weaponry
- Superior: George Lucas
- Allies: Count Dooku, Nute Gunray, General Grievous (fellow CIS member), Marcus Kincaid, Looten Plunder, Gray Mann, Ragyo Kiryuin, Sundowner (fellow business partners), Gigan, Mecha-Godzilla, Dr. Wily, The Grox
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Anakin Skywalker, Ashoka Tano, Padme Amidala, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Yoda, Luke and Leia Skywalker, Tony Stark/Iron Man, J'onn J'onnz, Rotom, Harry Dresden
- Enemies: Sheev Palpatine, Nurgle, Typhus, Ryuuko Matoi and Senketsu, the Spring Sprite
- Emir Wat Tambor is the Skakoan Foreman of the Techno Union, a commerce guild comprised of technology firms. Wat Tambor would grow tired of the Galactic Republic, whom he considered to be stagnant, corrupt and flawed. Finding Count Dooku's Secessionist Union appealing, he would become a founding member of the Confederate Of Independent Systems(better known as the CIS), and partake in the three-year-long Clone Wars as part of Sheev Palpatine's long game to become Galactic Emperor. Now, he has chosen to enter the Trope Pantheon, considering it as the perfect means of bringing glory to himself and the Techno Union.
- Tambor has been catching up with galactic events after his mortal coil was shed. He was happy to learn that his killer, Darth Vader, suffers within an iron lung/samurai suit hours after his own demise and that Padme Amidala is dead. He's more concerned about their offspring in Luke and Leia Skywalker, the latter of which opposes his villainous revolution.
- Was rather concerned that Emperor Palpatine was in the pantheon, as he "took care" of him. Palpatine would argue that Tambor let himself die, since he chose to take "he will take care of you" literally. In spite of this, Count Dooku has vouched for the CIS not to attack Palpatine, as he's serving under him for his own purposes. Naturally, neither Palpatine nor Tambor trust this new alliance, and time will tell who'll backstab who first.
- With his superior Count Dooku having left the GUAE to joined the GUAG, Wat Tambor and his Separatist ally Nute Gunray and Grievous followed suit. He naturally doesn't get along with most of their members, but at least he knows that they won't backstab him when they feel that they don't need him anymore.
- Tambor is a Skakoan, one the very small number of aliens in his galaxy which cannot survive in ordinary human environments. As his world has a thick atmosphere, he requires a pressurized suit so as to not burst under Earth-like conditions. As such, he is one of the few gods in the pantheon who can't survive unprotected in it, so naturally doesn't fight much. To his credit, his skin is thicker than fellow Separatist leader Nute Gunray, and unlike most Skakoans was brave enough to leave his homeworld.
- One of the few gods who get along with the Grox. Like his kind, the Grox cannot thrive in what most consider hospitable environments, and like him are masters of technology. They understand his plight and have set up planets like his own. They're still stingy with trading, however, but Tambor considers this "a temporary speed-bump in a powerful alliance."
- He's understandably frightened of Rotom and Harry Dresden, whom would easily possess his suit or wreck his life support.
- Cool-hearted and apathetic, Tambor's motivation for joining both the Separatist cause and the Trope Pantheon is that of profit. If it minimizes losses to his company, he'll take it. As such, while he's a member of the House of Costumes his true calling is the House of Commerce. You can usually find Looten Plunder and Gray Mann conversing with the foreman of the Techno Union.
- Considering war as a business, Tambor sees value in Sundowner and Marcus Kincaid as business partners. Tambor is trying to augment General Grievous with some of the Winds of Destruction's cybernetics and nanomachines.
- As head of the Techno Union, he specializes in technology for war. In his eyes, his greatest achievement was the prototype organic decimator; a WMD which targets only organic matter. It is through him that the Separatists managed to hire Gigan and Mecha-Godzilla as mercenaries, whom he's given some upgrades as part of their payment.
- Has surprised the GUAG for vehemently opposing the likes of Nurgle and Typhus. This doesn't have anything to do with the goodness of his heart, mind you; his organic decimator is capable of incinerating even Nurgle-spawn, whom he considers a threat against all life. On the flip side, he is opposed by the Spring Sprite because of such a weapon.
- Was intrigued to learn of the Life Fibers and their power, which he wishes to adapt into his exosuit. He's working with Ragyo Kiryuin for this.
- Regards Tony Stark as a business rival, and seeks to steal his powered armor for himself.
- Said to resemble Rosie the Robot, a comparison he is disdainful towards; he doesn't like being mistaken as a robot, and he's arguably not even a cyborg.
Facehuggers, Celestial Beasts of Alien Impregnation
- Quasideities (by alien standards)
- Symbol: Their own silhouette
- Alignment: Seen as Chaotic Evil, True Neutral by nature
- Portfolio: Always Chaotic Evil, Blue-and-Orange Morality, Evil Is Not a Toy, LEGO Genetics, Face Hugger (and by extension, Chest Burster)
- Domain: Fear, Beast, Space
- Sibling: The Xenomorph Drone
- Rivals: The Tyranids
- Allies: Lord Hater, and ONLY him.
- Enemies: Ellen L. Ripley, Samus Aran, Baraka, Gordan Freeman, really, the entire Pantheon
- Natural Enemy: The Hatchling
- Stalked by: Scarface
- The Facehugggers, the first stage for the growth of the Xenomorph. They reproduce by first using their mandible claws to grasp the face of its victim and using its tail to suffocate them. They then force an embryo into their victim's mouth, from which a chestburster is born.
- Often considered the nightmare horror of both female and male reproduction organs.
- It should noted that the Facehuggers were not ascended legit as some were smuggled into the Pantheon. So far, the most likely people who did this are either GUAE or GUAD. Either way, many consider this a bad idea on their part if they think they can control these creatures. It never ends well.
- While mostly known to impregnate humans, the Facehuggers can attach to other living organisms like like dogs and even panthers. It can even impregnate a Yautja to create Predalien. And somehow, one even got Baraka and produce a Xenomorph Tarkata.
- Ritsuko Akizuki once had nightmares of these guys.
- Ms. Ripley was not happy when she heard that the Facehuggers found their way into the Pantheon. Considering the havoc they cause in her life, it's very understandable.
- One of the easiest ways to deal with these creepy crawlers is the use of fire and before they hatch. There's plenty of fire deities who would gladly do the job of incinerating these alien scums.
- There is another variation called a Queen Facehugger. As its name implies, it's able to implant a Queen embryo into into its victim's body.
- Since their means of reproduction is through the mouth, they are utterly useless against those without them. Which is good for the ascended Protoss (Tassadar, Zeratul, and Artanis), who don't have mouths.
- Seems like the Metroid Baby sees the Facehuggers as its own natural enemy as they both latch onto their victims' face.
- As well as the Headcrabs, Lord Hater and Captain Tim get along smoothly with them, as being a skeleton, he can let chestbursters pop out of his rib-cage with ease. In return, all the watchdogs are trying to make sure they NEVER make it onto the skullship.