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    Nihilanth 
The Nihilanth, God of Giant Brains
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: His metal wristbands
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Ambiguously Evil, Brain being his Weakpoint, Authority Equals Asskicking, Big Bad, Black Eyes of Crazy, Body Horror, Energy Ball, Flunky Boss, Looks like a fetus, Interim Villain, Load-Bearing Boss, Pivotal Boss, Power Floats, Psychic Powers, Last of His Kind, Straw Nihilist
  • Domains: Aliens, Brains, Psychic Powers, Planets, Invasion
  • Heralds: Xenian Wildlife, Alien Grunts and Alien Controllers
  • Allies: The Headcrabs, Beheeyem, The Harvesters, Brainiac, Harbinger
  • Enemies: Gordon Freeman, The Vortigaunts, The Combine, The G-Man, ADVENT, Master Chief, Commander Shepard, Samus Aran
  • Pitied by: J'onn J'onns
  • The leader of the invading alien forces of the Xen dimension, who invaded Earth during the events of the Black Mesa incident in hopes of finding a new home to escape from the Combine. Ultimately the Nihilanth was slain by Gordon Freeman, which created an enormous portal storm on Earth that transported a large amount of Xenian wildlife all across the planet. These storms attracted the attention of the Combine, who subsequently conquered Earth in 7 hours. Now in the pantheon and with a new position, the Nihilanth wants nothing but to escape from the Combine and find a suitable place to live.
  • The reason for his ascension was because of his enormous brain which, according to Gordon, is said to contain an entire universe. While some believe he might have exaggerated a little, the Nihilant stores a lot of his power in there which can be devastating if he uses it on his foes. It also happens to be his weak point.
  • He is very angry with Gordon Freeman because he outright ignored his warnings and also was the one who killed him, made worse by the fact that he is employed by the G-Man, who the Nihilanth seems to be aware of and considers him a dangerous threat. It didn't help that the Combine is also present, and they intend on capturing the Nihilanth for their own nefarious purposes.
  • His temple is an enigma for those who visit him, first for the nonsensical structure and second because the place is infested with the Xen wildlife and Nihilanth's personal forces, so trespassing has been proven to be rather difficult. It's theorized that the temple is an exact replica of the Xen dimension.
  • The Nihilanth alien forces aren't that remarkable at first glance, considering most of the bulk of it only managed to invade the Black Mesa complex. But their overwhelming numbers were strong enough to force the US Military to nuke the Black Mesa complex. It's more surprising considering half of that army is just composed the extremely aggressive wildlife like the Headcrabs and Bullsquids. Shortly after his ascension, he managed to snatch a group of Headcrabs and Gonarchs from the Combine to start producing his own headcrab army, which has angered them.
  • While the intentions of the Nihilanth are understandable, a certain group of deities cannot forgive the enslavement of the Vortigaunts and force them to fight and work against their will just to escape the Combine. The Vortigaunts certainly don't intend to serve him once more and their combined might is enough to oppose him, even if his psychic powers can give them a lot of trouble.
  • Being a giant problematic alien, The Nihilant quickly became a target of those renowned to hunting down rogue aliens, namely Samus Aran, Commander Shepard, Master Chief and Isaac Clarke to say a few. Thankfully, his temple is guarded well enough by the Xenian wildlife, and the Xenian military has done well to protect their master.
  • He can telepathically communicate with anyone in the pantheon, which has scared some people who got too close to his temple. His cryptic messages and general mysterious nature has been thoroughly researched by the likes of the Men in Black and the SCP Foundation.
  • He is The Last of His Kind, something that keeps him depressed and would explain why he is so desperate in finding a suitable planet.
  • Being a telepathic alien got him to meet with Beheeyem, who he initially mistook for an Alien Controller given their similar shape. While it turned out to be something else entirely, the Nihilanth sometimes drafts the Cerebral Pokemon into his ranks, although others question if he forces it via telepathy.
    • Speaking of Telepathic Aliens, Martian Manhunter heard of the Nihilanth being The Last of His Kind and felt sympathy for that. However, he doesn't think that invading other planets is the way to go and would not hesitate to intervene if he goes too far.
    • The Protoss also feel pity for the Nihilanth (Except Alarak) but because of his enslavement of the Vortigaunts and being very close allies with them, they don't seem to on the best of terms with the alien overlord.
  • While he can be labelled as an alien invader, he usually doesn't ally himself with others of this kind. However, he seems to have a professional relationship with The Harvesters, Brainiac and even Harbinger. It's not that he is evil, but he has to be pragmatic if he wants to find a new place to live.
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Intermediate Gods

    Cheshire Cat 
The Cheshire Cat, The God With The Untrustworthy Grin (The Unitary Authority of Warrington Cat, Chessur)
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His regular form
Chessur form 
Cheshire Cat's Ax-Crazy form 

    Cho'gall 
Cho'gall, Dual Gods of Multiple Heads (Cho'Gall, Twilight Hammer's Chieftain, First of the Ogre-Magi, Avatar of C'Thun)
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Cho (Left Head) and Gall (Right Head)
After being corrupted by C'Thun 
  • Intermediate Gods (bordering on Greater Gods when infused with the remains of C'Thun)
  • Symbol: The Hammer of Twilight
  • Theme Song: Cho'gall
  • Alingment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy Ogre, Badass Beard and Moustache, Suffers horrible mutations, The Dragon to both Gul'dan and Deathwing, Fat Bastards, The Biggest Ogre in charge of his Clan, Large Hams, Magic Knights, Power Born of Madness, Stout Strength
  • Domains: Chaos, Madness, Destruction, Ogres
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Renekton
  • Enemies:
  • Intrigued by: Arthas Menethil
  • First and most powerful of all the Ogre-Magi, and head of the Twilight's Hammer, Cho'gall was certainly one of the most powerful of the Ogre race at the time. After the demise of Gul'dan, he went on to become a servant of the Old Gods, receiving a huge source of power in exchange for an horrific mutation and the loss of their mind.
    • The reason why they ascended is not very clear but it is said that Gul'dan was the one who pulled the strings. To the orc's surprise, Cho'gall was a little...different since the last time he saw the ogre and is a little annoyed that they pledged alligiance to the Old Gods.
    • Contrary to popular belief, the heads were there before they were even corrupted.
  • Don't understimate Cho'gall for being an Ogre. They are at least one of the most intelligent Ogres in all Azeroth (At least when it comes to Cho, Gall on the other hand)
  • The defenders of the ancient couldn't hel but notice that they Closely resemble Their world's Ogre Magi, Aggron Stonebreak. This made Cho'gall interested in meeting said Ogre and test their abilities.
  • Gets along really well with the destructive Ghidorah, because one thing both share is the love for Destruction. The ogre was also amused by the fact he formerly had the seat of Multiple Heads
  • Cho'gall opinions on the ascended "ogres" is very low, considering them to not live to their standards. He considers Rexxar a mockery of nature for being a Half-Breed and he is dissapointed in Shrek for abandoning his old days as a lone ogre.
    • However, he does stand the creature known as Ogre, mainly because he can actually live up to the strength of a true Ogre.
    • Is literally two minds about Tionishia. Cho absolutely loathes her because she's practically the complete opposite of what he thinks an ogre should be like while Gall has fallen in love with her for many reasons...two of which are very obvious. Therefore, whenever she's brought up, Cho and Gall tend to have heated arguments about her.
    • They are a bit curious about Eyedol. Cho doesn't like the fact that he was once human, but that's generally washed away by the fact that the Shadow Titan is now quite surprisingly similar to them. When they heard of his power, they started planning on one day challenging Eyedol to a battle, which sparked some concerns from a lot of the pantheon. After all, an Ogre-Magi blessed by an Old God and a beast who challenged a mad demi-god and almost won is sure to spark some problems.
  • Became best buddies with Diablo and Azmodan shortly after entering the nexus. They (And Murky) even teamed up as a Basketball team to bully some unlucky heroes
  • They often like to play Rock-Paper-Scissors with themeselves and the loser is usually Punched by the winner. Bystanders can't help but laugh whenever this happens and there have been some ocations where they done this for Hours!
  • There was one time when they felt the familiar presence of their Old Master Ner'zhul, but what they actually found was the Lich King himself, Arthas Menethil. Both are very curious of how did Ner'zhul ended up fused with the former young prince and leading the Scourge
  • The ogre considers Renekton a powerful rival and really like how he became a madman after being corrupted. Cho is weirded that he sounds suspiciously similar to him.
  • After hearing the potential destruction that the Black beast could cause if released, the ogre is planning to capture Ragna just for that. What makes Ragna hates the ogre more is the fact that one of them sounds like a mockery of his own voice.
  • Gall is very fond of "Knock-Knock" jokes, which greatly annoys his brother. Worse, he will persist that someone answers him, which usually results in Cho responding him anyways.
    Gall: Knock-Knock!
    Cho: Ugh...Who's there?
    Gall: Cho...
    Cho: ... Cho who?
    Gall: Cho Mama!
  • Sees William Birkin as a fellow comrade, mistakenly assuming that he was a spawn of C'Thun given that he has eyes all over his body, just like the ogre. Birkin is surprisingly not hostile toward Cho'gall, maybe given that he isn't nowhere near as strong as the ogre-magi.
  • They once tried to do a Pink and The Brain impression, with their own style thrown in for good measure:
    Gall: What shall we do today?
    Cho: The same thing we do every day, brother: try and destroy the world!
  • Given their intention of bringing complete destruction towards eveything, Nekron saw a potential huge recruit toward his forces. Cho'gall didn't think twice before joining and this could open the possibility of Nekron allying with the ogre's superiors, The old Gods.
    • He also shares the same objective of the Four Horsemen and Loki's Brood. Unsurprisingly, they ended up becoming good allies.
    • A surprise alliance came in the form of Gilgamesh, who finds the ogre to be the perfect minion for his plans in destroying the world. It's also a little weirded out that the dumb one sometimes sounds like him.
  • In the light of events that featured the Old Gods invading the Tavern were heroes from Azeroth go to relax, Cho'gall followed suit shortly. They decided to serve under Gul'dan once more, as one of his elite minions no less.
    • However, even since their time at the Old Horde, Gul'dan still makes Cho'gall go get donuts and coffee, much to their annoyance.
    • He also noted that Thrall managed to get his hands on the Twilight Hammer, which enraged the ogre. How the shaman got ahold of the weapon is a mystery to them but Cho blames Gall because he was the last one seen holding the Hammer.
  • Gall:"To His will all flesh succumbs. From His kingdom, chaos comes!"
    • Cho: "Uh... what he said!"

    Ionasal.kkll.Preciel 
Ionasal.kkll.Preciel, Goddess of Unusual Ears (Ion, Lighthouse Keeper, Pink Demon, Nei Yuuki)
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Ar nosurge design 

    Rei Shingetsu/Vector 
Vector, Patron Saint of Villainous Reveals and Scary Faces (Rei Shingetsu, Ray Shadows, "Barian", Vector the Villainous, Vector the Manipulator, Vector the Victor, Rampant Vector, Mad Prince Vector, Vectroll, Veccy, Carrot Prince of Crazy, Baby Carrot)
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Vector's Barian form 
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A saluting Dandylion with his Nightmare Face, Number C104: Umbral Horror Masquerade and the Barian Emblem.
  • Theme Music: Vector's Tactic
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil (Feigned being/has become True Neutral, used to be Lawful Good)
  • Portfolio: Villain reveals, Scary faces, Ax-Crazy Duelists, Jerkasses, Hammy Trolls, Walking Spoilers, "I only mean well/bad!", "Jyan-jyan-jyaaaaan!", Treacherous new buddies, Backstabbing Barian Emperor, Faked Kidnapping, Convoluted plans that work in the long run, Former Humans who had their lives massively screwed up until their deaths, Turning good due to friendship and kindness, Never giving up
  • Domains: Chaos, Evil (resigned), Friendship (formerly betrayed), Space, Horror, Trickery, War, Darkness/Light, Redemption, Deception, Planning
  • High Prietess: Terra
  • Followers: Professor Daitokuchi, Dennis Macfield, Zola, Ben Ravencraft, Peter Pettigrew, Genra, Stacey, General Pong Krell
  • Allies: Yuma Tsukumo, Anna Kozuki, Sora Shiun'in, Bruno, Marik Ishtar, Yubel, Carly Nagisa, Judai Yuki, Setsuna Higashi, Gentaro Kisaragi, Mitsuzane Kureshima, Stocking Anarchy, Kyoko Sakura, The Itazura Griefers, Discord, Re-Class, Terra
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: The rest of ZEXAL Deities, Beatrice the Golden Witch.
  • Rivals: Johan Anderson
  • Enemies: The Admins (and more specifically, Phecda), The Trollkaiger (Especially Yuuki Terumi, Bernkastel and Nui Harime), Monaca Towa, Monokuma and his Mastermind, SHOCKER, Master Xehanort, Katsumi Daido, HYDRA, Kogane, Tzeentch, Slaanesh, Masato Kusaka, Sora Takigawa, Takuma Saiou, Number 96: Black Mist, Vanitas, that other Vector
  • Complicated Relationship: Jack Atlas
  • Opposed by: Takumi Inui
  • Vector and Yuma's new pal Rei Shingetsu. What do these two have in common? They are one and the same person. Really, nobody saw it coming since Shingetsu was so totally nice but that was just an act to troll him, as it can be seen here.
    • He also revealed this while making the worse faces that he could think of, which earned him the other title. Vector was just that unhinged, and kept making the Higurashi-tier insane faces after that too.
  • Was once a follower of Terumi but no more due to his Heel–Face Turn. Many have wondered if he really should have the Evil All Along title because of this but Vector said that he was genuinely evil to begin with and his reveal made quite an impression with others trying replicate it. He managed to enforce his position by showing the time he was a SPACE POLICE (or more specifically, how he lied about being one).
    Kaito: I'm NOT letting you morons steal my big scene! I'll DIE first!
  • Vector's very close to Yuma Tsukumo. It moved him that he could put up with someone who wanted to troll and kill him for so long and still be willing to die for him, so he sacrificed himself and turned good for his sake after being revived.
    • The same goes to Gentaro Kisaragi, who actually did die for the sake of friendship. When he heard about "Project Alternate Gentaro", he cringed at the similarities with his actions at Sargasso.
  • Became friends with Adachi and Takano for being redeemed trolling not obvious villains. They and some other adepts have formed the Itazura Griefers to oppose the Trollkaiger and the Lol Rangers. None of them like the former but it goes double for Vector since Terumi used to be his mentor.
  • Has a high intolerance towards people who corrupt others since that was what turned him to evil in the first place, but especially Xehanort because of how he manipulated Terra, which hit him to close to home. That, and Vector is petty and doesn't like how Xehanort is as much of a devious schemer as he is.
    • The former mad prince doesn't like Tzeentch neither, as the Liar God reminds him even MORE of DT and it makes him wonder if he had anything to do with the corruption of the Barian World and/or DT. He does have a certain degree of respect for him. After all, it doesn't pay to underestimate your opponents.
    • However, what Vector truly believes to be his real enemy is the very existence of Rule 43, as it was its existence that gave DT the idea of corrupting him so Slaanesh is also a chaos god that he doesn't like for enforcing the rule in the Pantheon.
  • Some people like bringing up the fact that he cosplayed as Dandylion. But alas, the Trollkaiger really can't use this to get back at him since he thinks that the costume was very comfy.
  • Surprisingly, he respects those that follow his portfolio so long as they pull it off well enough. Deep down, he does wish that they would come around like he did but he doesn't pressure them. For this reason, he doesn't have a problem with Prince Hans and only chided him for grabbing the Villain Ball when keeping up the façade would have been better.
    • Still doesn't like Felix, his former follower. His betrayal and fake friendship wasn't as good by his standards.
    • Vector also commended Airy, Nui Harime and Raynare for their deceptive plans, though that doesn't stop him from opposing Nui, due to being a Trollkaiger member, and the latter, due to using the name Yuma as her alias. As for Airy, he is neutral about her as her being absorbed by Ouroboros reminded him of what Don Thousand did to him after failing.
  • Would be boiled off alive than admit it but he has grown fond of Setsuna Higashi and Terra. The former because she supports his friendship with Yuma due to how genuine it became in the end and the latter because Vector pities him for what Xehanort has made him go through, which kinda reminded him of his own brush with Don Thousand.
    • Curiously, this would make it the second time Terra's Horrible Judge of Character didn't backfire on him (Vector's title is kinda Obviously Evil and so is his appearance), though Ventus and Aqua still keep a close eye on Vector due to how deceptive the alien can be.
  • Has a very tense relationship with his fellows in the "Johnny-come-lately" department (aka "Bakuras") due to how he was really evil. Bruno does want to patch up, Johan is contemptous towards him as he feels that his acts are unforgiveable. This mostly stems from the fact that they are more different. His direct predecessor was a villain but with amnesia and Johan was possessed to become evil.
    • Jack doesn't like him neither. Jack doesn't like how Vector betrayed Yuma, though many can't ignore the physical similarities they have and that Vector has to the would-be child that Carly once dreamed of having with Jack. As a result, Carly has mentioned the desire of adopting Vector, much to Jack's dismay.
    • His relationship with his "distant cousin" Mitsuzane Kureshima was also heading to be rocky, what with Vector reminding him a little of Redyue. But after hearing his backstory and that he did become good in the end, they are on better terms than expected.
  • Vector didn't take it well that Kusaka "stole" his immediate succesor Sora away from him. This antagonism goes both ways since Kusaka would love to see Vector's head rolling on the floor for being an alien.
    • On a similar note, Vector has taken a liking to troll Takumi Inui for behaving so much like Nasch/Shark. Takumi doesn't like him that much as a result, and because of his saluting. In the other hand, he is partially glad that Vector is an alien since the horror stories Shark has told him about Vector has made him dread the idea of Vector and Kusaka teaming up to make their lives miserable.
  • May or may not be an alternate universe version of Marik. Marik's opinion about this was sheer disgust at first since it reminded him of Bakura and even Yami Marik (The Nightmare Faces don't help since Yami Marik was the Yugioh Trope Maker) at times, though he has recognize that they are very similar and Vector has also turned good as he did so they are able to have a civil relationship as long as Vector promises that he won't start acting crazy or backstab him.
  • As both are redheaded Ax-Crazy friends of Yuma who have tried to kill him once at least, Anna Kozuki is the only ZEXAL deity that doesn't have quite as much Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with Vector. It helps that she was... absent when he made the reveal. Although Anna didn't take well when she found out that it was him who brainwashed Umimi, she eventually grew bored of trying to blow him up since it didn't work and prefered to join forces against Raynare for sulling Yuma's name instead.
  • Due to their surprisingly similar pasts (where the father has killed their family and became cynic afterwards), he is somewhat chummy with Kyoko Sakura.
  • Really didn't take well No.96's ascension. He also doesn't like his new "buddies" Bernkastel or Vanitas neither and will try to kill them if he gets the chance.
  • Has gotten into fights with the Septentriones (especially Phecda) as of recently. They and the Admins that sent them see him as a "error" due to sharing the same Big Dipper Stellar Theme Naming yet being chaotic. An error that could be "fixed" in his case, but Vector is not aware of this.
  • Also present in the Houses of Emotion and Villains.
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    Thoth 
Thoth, Patron Of Non-Human Head Portrayals (Djehuti, A'an, A'ah-Djehuty, Arbiter of the Damned, The Old Bird, Professor Thoth, the Professor, Dr. Thoth, Ja-hooty, God of Knowledge, God of Wisdom, God of Writing, God of Magic, Patron of Magicians, Patron of Scribes, Thrice Great, Mr. Ibis, Thoth Caduceus, Hermes)
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The Kane Chronicles Depiction 
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Possesses many symbols, but the best know is probably the ibis.note 
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Archmage, Bookworm, God of the Moon, Maintaining Cosmic Balance, Badass Bookworm, Spell Book, Associated With Baboons And/Or Having An Ibis Head, Mediator, The Smart Guy
  • Domains: Knowledge, the Moon, Measurement, Wisdom, the Alphabet, Records, Thought, Intelligence, Meditation, the Mind, Logic, Reason, Reading, Hieroglyphics, Magic, Secrets, Scribes, Writing
  • Heralds: Ma'at and Seshat
  • Allies: Ra, Osiris, Anubis, Bastet, Athena, Elvis Presley, Zia Rashid, Samantha Carter
  • Enemies: Apophis, Imhotep
  • On Speaking Terms With: The House of Knowledge
  • Supports: The House of Knowledge
  • Opposes: Hermes/Mercury
  • Disappointed In: Apollo
  • Of Conflicting Opinion To: Geb, Set
  • Thoth the Egyptian god of Knowledge, Wisdom, Magic, Writing and a bunch of other stuff was brought in the Pantheon upon the insistence of the other Egyptian Gods. After reviewing his history of preventing the forces of order & chaos from overthrowing each other, helping Isis resurrect Osiris, scribe of the gods, assisting Ra in his voyages across the sky, helping to judge the dead and even in some stories helped Nut and Geb bear their children. With all of this brought before them many in the Main House were force to concede to it. Thoth then quickly entered the temple of Non-Human Heads believing that as a Egyptian god he would best exemplify the Trope.
    • Despite the fact that the Ancient Egyptians portrayed many of their gods with animal heads Thoth would like to remind the pantheon that the Egyptians didn't really think they looked like that. This was done because the Egyptians had no idea what their true form was; in fact some text say you have to be dead in order to see their true form, so the Egyptians chose to portray many of their gods as humans with animal traits; typically the head, the human body showed the gods' close ties with their worshippers, while the animal traits were used because said animal is sacred to the god, to reflect the gods' domains or both. That said despite it not being their favorite form you do often use it to show people that they very much are a god and not some foolish imposter.
      • That said Thoth believes that he best exemplifies the trope due to not only having been famously portrayed with an ibis headnote , but also sometimes that of a baboon's headnote .
  • Despite what the Greeks think he is not Hermes.
    • In fact the confusion is very much unappreciated and has only soured after his sacred city was renamed to Hermopolis.
  • He is not a Goa'uld.
    • Much to his annoyance one Samantha Carter still mistook him for a Goa'uld, thankfully the confusion was cleared up and Thoth sometimes can be seen helping his fellow scientist.
  • Tries to keep several scholarly projects going at once and has several ibises working with him. One of his more recent works is A Short Treatise On The Evolution Of Yaks.
  • Hates reading his old work.
  • Has taken a liking to barbecue and corn.
  • Thinks Ammit The Devourer is such a cute little thing.
  • Though Geb's thankful for the his help that allowed him and his wife to have their children, he's furious to know that the two had an affair.
  • While in the Pantheon Thoth went looking for some other gods of knowledge to discuss various theories and work together. In his search he discovered the Greek/Roman god of knowledge Apollo and much to his disbelief he discovered that Apollo has done nothing with the domain and even appears to be quite dim.
    • His meeting with Apollo has; however, led him to meeting Athena, who he finds much more impressive.
  • Is apparently a fan of Elvis Presley and was thrilled to see him in the Pantheon.
    • This has; however, led to some confusion on whether or not the Elvis of that universe was also a magic using magician instead of just a musical one.
  • Is not happy with the former High Priest Imhotep for murdering the Pharaoh Seti.
  • Sometimes feels that both himself and the other Egyptian gods should have a little talk with a curtain pharaoh.
  • As the Egyptian god of knowledge, wisdom and scribes Thoth natural has a fairly descent relationship with the House of Knowledge, though he doesn't always approve of how said knowledge is used.
  • As stated earlier one of Thoth's duties is to prevent the forces of order & chaos from overthrowing each other and as such keeps the gods Horus (Order) and Set (Chaos) from killing each other. This has of course led to Thoth having a very complicated relationship with those gods.
    • He also used to do the same thing with Ra (Order) and Apophis (Chaos), but eventually decided that Apophis was to much of a threat towards Ma'atnote .

Lesser Gods

    Gold-Toothed Doctor 
"The Gold-Toothed Doctor", God of Gold Teeth (true name unknown, also known as the Alchemist Doctor)
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    Himiko Toga 
Himiko Toga, Goddess of Evil Fangs
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her "not cute" mask
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Completely Insane Yet Friendly Serial Killer, Blood Lust, Dark Chick, Vicious Fangs, Love-Murder Complexes, Teens Are Monsters, Shapeshifter, Combat-Worthless Quirk, But Very Useful, Gets Off To Kill and Replace, Psychopathic Manchild, Deranged Fan Of Stain, Pleasure And Attraction To Violence, Knife Nut, Blood Magic
  • Domains: Blood, Insanity, Violence, Obsession, Change, Murder
  • Obsessed with: "Hero Killer" Stain
  • Allies: Kurogiri, The Grand United Alliance of Evil, Bane, Skarlet, Junko Enoshima, GUAC Yandere Squad
  • Rivals: Carmine Prime
  • Enemies: The heroic deities in My Hero Academia, Eliza
  • Friendly Enemy to (One-sided on her end): Ochaco Uraraka, Tsuyu Asui, Izuku Midoriya (Yandere to)
  • Himiko Toga is an insane high school girl who has been suspected of several murders commited by her. Her victims are said to end up being brutally chopped and dismembered and she was inspired to become a full-time villain by the Hero Killer Stain, who she both admires and has a certain attraction to. Her quirk works by ingesting the blood of others, allowing her to shapeshift into them for a certain amount of time and that alone has been an useful asset for the members of the League of Villains but the reason said organization actually managed to get her in was because of her fangs, which are said to resemble that of a vampire.
  • Her ascension went unnoticed at first so Toga took this opportunity to go meet some people. Of course, that ended fatally for a couple of deities and witnesses reported that she was covered in blood mere minutes after arriving. Before the authorities could apprehend her, Kurogiri warped into her position and teleported Toga to her assigned temple, lecturing her about not causing a mess of this magnitude again since the pantheon is far more likely to catch her than in her universe.
  • She was excited when she heard that her idol, "Hero Killer" Stain, was a deity with his own temple. She has wanted to meet him for so long and that's one of the first things she did after ascending. At first Stain wasn't impressed by her, but then Toga tried to stab him since she is crazy like that. Stain didn't have too much trouble neutralizing her and was enjoying every moment of their fight but in the end he just left her paralized and didn't even bother to kill her even if Stain doesn't think highly of her nor her boss Shigaraki.
  • On the other hand there were other people that she tried to pay a visit, her "crush" Izuku Midoriya and her "best friends" Ochaco and Tsuyu. She became infatuated with the former after seeing him all battered up after an encounter with the villain Muscular and met the latter two in the same night where she ambushed them for an attack but wasn't lucky enough to defeat them. These three find her creepy and unsettling and whenever she approched them they had to fight her away but since usually she doesn't have the League of Villains to back her up, she doesn't try to visit her "friends" often.
  • Her mask is said to resemble Bane's, although hers allows Toga to take the blood of the people she has stabbed. Bane himself tolerates Himiko if only when the GUAE makes them work together but appreciates that Toga respects him in her own way. At least he doesn't want her to become a Loony Fan of his like she did with Stain.
  • She finds Skarlet to be gorgeous and admires her powers, especially the gruesome ends some of Skarlet's victims suffer. Toga has requested some of Skarlet's blood to see how her quirk would be affected by her and Skarlet for the most part has lent some of her blood to Toga. The results have been varied, since Skarlet's blood isn't hers but an almagamation of blood from different fallen warriors, whenever Toga uses her blood she is known to shapeshift into either one of the people that is part of skarlet or something else entirely.
  • One would think at first that Carmine and Toga would be the best of friends being both High Schoolers that are very unhinged sociopaths but Toga found Carmine to be generally very unpleasant and moody, which enraged him and that made him attack Toga. They called off the fight in the end because the place they were in was getting messy and they were for the most part evenly matched but Carmine swore to get back at Toga eventually.
    • Another deity with blood powers that Toga can't stand is Eliza, her smugh attitude alone put her off but the fact that her parasite powers are very similar to Toga's quirk made her think that she was just a lesser version of her. Toga was smart enough to not engage in combat, at least not alone, but if the League of Villains ever gets a stronger presence, she would undoubtibly go after Eliza.
  • Junko and Toga met one day and both hit it off instantly. Himiko is impressed by the machinations of Hope's Peak Academy and is very amused by the ensuing murders that occurred, though she is smart enough to never get involved in those schemes since she would be found out quickly if she ever killed anyone even with her quirk. That said, she has worked part-time as one of Junko's enforcer, often doing the dirty work that Junko usually made her sister do and Toga has happily obliged to do it.
  • She was found to be an excellent candidate for joining the Yandere Squad, she even is friends with a few members but she chose to abstain since she is more involved in GUAE affairs. That said, she has no issue helping them when they ask her to.
  • Said to resemble a vampire given her quirk, the House of Vampires has a mixed opinion on her. Most don't pay attention to her, the good ones don't like her and the most evil ones can at least tolerate her. For the most part, Toga loves the smell of blood that emanates from the house.
  • Obviously enough, her favourite house in the pantheon is Slaughter. The sight of the different forms of mutilation and murder really turns her on. Usually she partakes in a few of the murders that happen in that house but most of the time she is busy working for the GUAE.

    Jaune Clafoutis 
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Jaune Clafoutis, the Goddess with a Cute Little Fang (Jaune Clafouti)
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    Lemongrab 
Earl of Lemongrab, God of the Sinister Schnoz (Lemongrab 3, formerly Lemongrab 1/Lemongrab Black/Lemongrab Prime and Lemongrab 2/Lemonwhite)
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Lemongrab in his current form
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    Momo Karuizawa 
Momo Karuizawa, Goddess of Visible Blushes
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    Sharptooth 
Sharptooth, God of Scary Teeth
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A huge, toothy T-Rex jaw
  • Theme Song: The more intense parts of Sharptooth and the Earthquake
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Stock Dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus rex (we think), The Tears of Palaeontologists, Strangely Persistent Predators, Hero Killer
  • Opposed by: The Gang of Seven, King Kong
  • Allies: Tyrantrum, Riptor, Indominus Rex, Gwangi
  • Enemies: Rexie, Big Al
  • It is unknown how Sharptooth and Godzilla see each other, although the T-Rex seems wary of the giant mutant dinosaur. The first time he laid eyes on the King of the Monsters, Sharptooth was overwhelmed by just how BIG he was, and when he caught sight of Godzilla using his radioactive breath weapon, that didn't help. Godzilla doesn't seem to notice Sharptooth.
    • Inversely, it is VERY well-known how the God of Dinosaurs and King Kong feel about each other; when Sharptooth first tried to hunt the giant gorilla, he was made aware, the hard way, of what happened the last time a T-rex pissed King Kong off. It was an entire month before he could eat without aid again.
  • Don't dare talk to him about Chomper, just don't. The survivors still have the tooth marks. (If you must know, Chomper is usually seen in the House of Food, having become a follower of Tiger.)
    • Now that Chomper has ascended to the House of Friendship to a post almost diametrically opposed to his own, Sharptooth now hates him almost as much as he hates Littlefoot.
  • Lately, the other gods have noticed him acting even angrier than usual, and now refusing to enter the House of Theater under any circumstances. Many guess that this has something to do with his archenemy's recent ascension from the Fallen pit.
  • Has formed a Prehistoric Monster Power Trio with Riptor and Indominus Rex, as all three of them are hyper-aggressive dinosaurs. It doesn't seem to bother I. Rex that Riptor and Sharptooth are both of the same species that led to her death at the hands-er, fins-of the Mosasaur.
    • The trio gets along well with Gwangi. Although he is not a member of their trio he allows to take up residence within his valley.
  • Despite being the same species, Rexie thinks that Sharptooth's chaotic tendencies are a little too much. Whereas Rexie is acting on predatory instinct, Sharptooth attacks others just because.

    Squigly 
Squigly Contiello, Goddess of Stitched-Shut Mouths (Squigly, Sienna Contiello, Sienna Quinton CiShan Contiello, Trup)
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    Tali'Zorah nar Rayya 
Tali'Zorah nar Rayya, Goddess of Unseen Faces (Tali, Tali'Zorah vas Neema, Tali'Zorah vas Normandy, Sparks)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Her helmet
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Adorable, Pardon My Bosh'tet, Inspiring Urge To Hug Her, Gadgeteer Genius, Moe despite not having face shown, Having A Face, But Totally Unseen, DEM HIPS, Immune System-less Body
  • Domains: Technology, Appearance, War
  • Allies: Commander Shepard, Gadget Hackwrench, Garrus Vakarian, Kaywinnit Lee Frye (Kaylee), Legion, Liara T'Soni, Litchi Faye-Ling, Urdnot Wrex
  • It is said that in order to become a follower, one must hug her after being shown her mental breakdown pre-deification after seeing her dead father. Failure to do so means being kicked out of her temple by her priests and being labeled with the term 'You Have No Soul', until recently, whereas such practice offends Tali and is discontinued.
  • Used to be a follower of Gadget Hackwrench before being deified herself. Because of this, she occasionally drops by the Technology house to catch up on new technologies applied by the Pantheon.
  • Only Shepard has seen her face... and Shepard isn't even telling how Tali looked like.
    • Shepard finally gave a reveal. It's pretty. But the Pantheon has been casting doubts whether it's a genuine face or just some cheap manipulation.
  • Her portfolio says she has no immunity system, but don't be fooled, she does have an immune system... a shotgun.
  • Remarkably loyal to Shepard, provided s/he doesn't betray her trust.
  • Tali is somehow able to issue a Death Glare through her opaque helmet, a power she possessed as a mortal.
  • She's lately seen hanging around with Garrus. Rumors has it that they're building up some rapport... Although as of Garrus' bad case with Litchi, Tali didn't take Garrus' side and instead bets that Litchi would redeem herself instead of falling further in morality scale due to obsession. They're still friends regardless, as Garrus would say it...
    "You're so mean... and I like it that way."
    • As of late, no one knew what's going on, but Tali has been grinning under that helmet whenever she sees Litchi... because she's this close on winning the bet she made above with Garrus. Unless Litchi was in sorrow like as of recent, since Tali doesn't want to disrespect her.
    • The result was in... Tali won the bet (although narrowly, as Litchi was that close to not redeeming herself). She just wonders if Garrus can find a new favorite spot quick.
  • A lot has noted that she stored a lot of straws in her House in case she needs a drink. Tali insists that they be called "Emeeeergency induction port."
  • Was initially very uncomfortable and against the idea of allowing Legion in, due to the troubled history between her species and the geth. Thanks to both an attempt to try to understand it and Shepard's influence, she eventually warmed up to it, and accepted it as any other deity.
  • With the revelation of Shepard being the Avatar in a different universe, there have been talks of seeing if her/his other squadmates have potential to be benders. Tali in particular is reported to have some affinity to water

    Tsuyu Asui 
Tsuyu Asui, Goddess of Multipurpose Tongues (Froppy, Tsuyu-chan, Tsu [For her friends], Frog Girl)
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Hero Costume 
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her Hero Costume
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Frog Themes and Powers, Breakout Character, Brutal Honesty, Chameleon Camouflage, Cute Monster Girl, Nerves of Steel, The Stoic, Stomach of Holding, "Kero/Ribbit"
  • Domains: Frogs, Students, Heroes, Emotions, Friendship
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Kurogiri, "Hero Killer" Stain, Plesioth, Zamtrios
  • Scares: Kaede Nagase
  • Weird Connection with: Jontron
  • A girl whose power is do whatever a frog can do, Tsuyu Asui is one of the students from Class 1-A of U.A. Academy aspiring to be a professional hero. She was rather perplexed when she learned of her ascension to the pantheon but was happy to know that her friends from school all welcomed her and showed her around.
  • As stated before, Tsuyu is able to do anything a frog can naturally do and the reason for her ascension was thanks to the different ways she can use her tongue ranging from immobilizing criminal to using it as a way to move around. Her appearance also matches one of a frog, to the point that her rather emotionless expression have made some people think she is weird but Tsuyu is actually very friendly once you get to know her.
  • She is very acquiantanced with the ascended frog deities. For starters, she finds Greninja moves and powerset to be really cool and wonders if she could adopt his ninjutsu fighting style into her hero duties. She is rather perplexed about how Greninja uses his tongue as a scarf and once tried to do the same. Needless to say, she didn't find it that comfortable.
    • Oddly enough, there are some people that believe she is the daughter of Kermit the Frog. Both have denied those claims but remain good friends overall.
    • She also met Frog, who reminds her a lot of her father. She found it rather unfortunate that he wasn't originally like that but instead cursed into a frog and he also asked her if her appearance was also a curse given to her. Tsuyu explained to him that she was actually born that way, making Frog feel very awkward about asking said question but she doesn't really blame him.
  • She once accidentally bumped into Kaede Nagase, and because of her fear of frogs she immediately lashed out at her. Luckily Tsuyu wasn't badly hurt and Kaede apologized for all the trouble she caused to her.
  • She likes to visit certain parts of the House of Beast and Nature, mostly to get used to how frogs live in the wilderness. That has made her run in with the Plesioth and Zamtrios a few times, seeing as they eat frogs regularly they though she was one too. Luckily enough, she was capable enough to fend them off with some help of some local deities nearby.
  • She was surprised that there is a certain group of people that ship her with Jontron, for no particular reason other than just because. Jon on his part was also as confused as she was but they actually remain on friendly terms.
  • Before she joined U.A. Academy, Tsuyu didn't have any friends because of the other kids thinking her general stoic expression made her too emotionless and weird but she did eventually made a friend with a snake-headed girl who also suffered the same issue and to this day remain really good friends even if they went to different schools. Because of that, she wants to make as many friends as she can that wouldn't be bothered by her appearance.
  • Noticed that a lot of deities sounded strangely similar to her. One of those she ended being friends with was Hibiki Tachibana who like her also went through a difficult time by being ocstracized by her fellow students (for different reasons in Hibiki's case) and having only one friend. Both also find their respective abilities to be really cool.
  • Given that her parents have to constantly work, Tsuyu usually assumes the role of taking care of her two younger siblings and even worries about them when she has to go to school (Even more now that U.A. became a boarding school). For that reason she gets along with Ui Hirasawa and Nao Midorikawa who also take care of their siblings.
  • She looks up to the many deities that reside in the House of Heroes and wants to learn more about how to become a better hero. She and her classmates have suggested to Principal Nedzu if it were possible to take an internship with an assigned hero from said house and he has been considering the offer.

    Varian Wrynn 
King Varian Wrynn, God of Heroes With Large Chins (High King of the Alliance, King Varian Chynn, Lord Chynn, Lo'gosh)
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Demigods

    Graboids 
Graboids, The gods with the Nested Mouths (Standard/American Graboid: Stumpy, snakeoid, Shooters, Grablites, Tremor, Dirt Dragon, Tu-Long, Spirit Demon; El Blanco: Great White Graboid; African Graboid: Inkanyamba, Queen Bitch)
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Standard/American Graboid
El Blanco 
African Graboid 
Grabber 
  • Rank:
    • Standard/American Graboid: Quasideity
      • El Blanco: Demigod
    • African Graboid: Demigod
  • Symbol: A enlarged image of one of their nested mouths underground
  • Theme Song: Tremors: The Series Opening Theme
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Nested Mouths, Extreme Omnivore, Sand Worm, Bizarre Alien Reproduction, Combat Tentacles, Bizarre Alien Biology, Resistant To Bullets, Truly Single Parent, Eyeless Face, Attack of the Monster Appendage, Alien Blood, Mandatory Motherhood, No Biological Sex, Wormsign, Dig Attack, Tremors, It Can Think, Swallowing Things Whole, Ludicrous Gibs, Smelly
  • Domains: Eating, Digging, Questionable Origins, Tentacles, Mandibles, Spines, Ancient Hibernation
  • Followers: The Moray Eel, Carriers of the Tongue-Eating Louse, Dragonfly Nymphs, CYLAS/Breakdown, Sandworms, Experiment 627, the Sleestak
  • Allies:
  • Friendly Enemy:
    • Standard/American Graboid: Eliza Thornberry
    • African Graboid: Eliza Thornberry
  • Enemies:
  • Possible Relationship With: House of Extraterrestrials
  • Respected by: Gondar
  • Opposes: The entire House of Explosives
  • Opposed by: Twilight Sparkle, Princess Cadance, Discord, Mufasa, Alexstrasza, Ysera, Guthix, Aang
  • The Graboids first appeared in the Pantheon shortly after a sudden Heat Wave struck. No one is entirely sure how they got there, but some believe that aliens are to blame. Upon the discovery that they have at least 3 other mouths inside of their main mouth (the African variety can have even more) they were declared the gods of Nested Mouths.
  • Graboids are always ways hunting because of their insatiable hunger. This hunger is likely due to the amount on energy it take to propel itself underground faster then the average human can run. The Standard American Graboid also needs this energy to prepare itself for when it reaches the next stage of it's life cycle, the Shrieker.
  • The life cycle of your standard Graboid is a oddity in nature. First their eggs hatch in very warm environments, such as a hot spring. The baby Graboid (sometimes called Shooters or Grablites) hunts all the way up until it becomes a mature Graboid, this takes about 3 months. Once fully grown the Graboid spends about 6 months preparing itself to create Shriekers. A Graboid can produce any were between 3 and 12 Shriekers, the birthing process kills the Graboid. The Shriekers will; like the Graboid, attempt to eat everything they can find, when they eat enough they will spawn another Shrieker. They remain for about 24 hours before Metamorphosing into Ass-Blasters. Ass-Blasters then lay the eggs to the next generation of Graboids.
    • The full life cycle of the African Graboid is unknown, but is assumed to being similar to their American counterparts.
      • It's been noted that African Shriekers have never been seen though, leading some to believe that stage in the African Graboid's life cycle is bypassed completely.
  • Oddly enough they are not actually worms, in fact no one's quite sure what they are, some say they're insects, some sort of cephalopod and even reptiles.
  • Steve Irwin is occasionally seen working, caring for El Blanco and even to the shock and awe of those in the Pantheon handle him. It's unknown how El Blanco feels about him though.
    • Steven Irwin is quick to point out that this is only possible because El Blanco is able to get full after a meal; unlike other Graboids, which makes him mellow and easier to work with. Due to this El Blanco is considered to be some sort of animal diplomat and can usually be found at the Graboids' temple.
  • If your being hunted by a Graboid, it is important to remain motionless and silent so they don't know where you are. It's also recommended to remain on top of a large bolder or rock so they can't reach you.
    • Hiding on top of Rocks and boulders do not work with African Graboids since not only can they can eat through rocks by using acid to soften it up. At least some of their Grabbers can also be released from their mouths to go after prey, showing that they are separate animals.
  • The Graboid species is as old as dirt with a fossil being dated back to the Devonian period (previously thought to be Precambrian).
  • The relationship between Graboids and the other stages in their life cycle varies from species.
    • American Graboids have no relationship with the later stages of their life cycle, since they're die before they can ever meet them normally. Only El Blanco has ever met one, a Ass-Blaster which he ate.
    • African Graboids have been seen working with Ass-Blasters to protect their bloodline.
  • Having heard that some giant worm-like creatures have entered the Pantheon Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine went looking for them believing them to possibly be Gravediggers or a Gulp Worms. They were later attacked by one and managed to kill it and though the two now know that the Graboids have no relation with the T-Virus they still occasionally kill them for practice.
  • Remembering the tatzlwurm Twilight Sparkle, Princess Cadance and Discord oppose the Graboids.
  • Jabba The Hutt occasionally tries to feed his enemies to them. Beyond this though Jabba avoids them since they will still likely attempt eat him given the chance.
    • They arguably have a even better relationship with The Sarlaac. The Graboids have been seen chasing prey towards The Sarlaac to create a sort of Rock and a Hard Place.
  • Graboids avoid the House of Explosives due to large explosions hurting them due to their incredibly sensitive hearing.
  • Noted for smelling horrible.
    • Oddly enough they're stated to smell slightly better when dead, but only slightly.
  • Shriekers, Ass-Blasters and baby Graboids do not have Nested Mouths.
  • All of the Graboids can sometimes be seen preying on Tauros and Miltank.
    • African Graboids can also be seen preying on Simba, Scar, Timon and Pumbaa for sharing much of the same habitat.
  • Mufasa, Alexstrasza, Ysera, Guthix and Aang have expressed over the Graboids due to how easily their Shrieker stage could disrupt the natural balance between predators and their prey. Much to their own disappointment the best that they could come up with was to allow people to hunt them and other stages in their life cycle.
    • Now several members from the House of Hunters such as Scarface, Maya Fallegeros, the Monster Hunters and Rengar have taken to hunting Graboids and the other stages of their life cycle.
      • The only Graboid they don't hunt is El Blanco due to his diplomat status. Scarface doesn't care about this and sometimes tries to hunt El Blanco.
  • Gondar respects them for the difficulty it takes to tracking them due to them living underground and can sometimes be found trying to track them.
  • Eliza Thornberry has tried talking to them and discovered that they are pretty sociable, but with the exception of El Blanco they still try to eat her due to their insatiable hunger.
    • She can't talk to Shriekers and Ass-Blasters though since they have no ears.
  • Obey the Earth deities Gaea and Geb, which makes sense since they live in the Earth.
  • Leto Atreides has shown interest in them and wonders if they are in some way related to the Shai-Hulud.
  • The Guardians of the Galaxy once killed one to be just like Kevin Bacon.

    Harvey Dent/Two-Face 
Harvey Dent, The Two-Faced God of Deciding Lives With Chance (Harvey, Two-Face, Big Bad Harv, Apollo, The Judge, Gotham's White Knight)
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    Zordon 
Zordon, God of Huge Holographic Heads (Zoltar)
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Prior to his sealing 
  • Demigod (with sealed Greater God powers)
  • Symbol: His floating head in a tube
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Oracular Head who's a Sealed Good in a Can, Mission Control, Big Good, Used to be a Warrior Hero in the Past, Team Dad, Can Appreciate Laughter
  • Domains: Mentorship, Empowerment
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Heralds: Alpha 5, Dimitria, Gosei
  • Good Counterpart to: The Great Leader of Shocker
  • Ascended after the events of Power Rangers in Space, where he told Andros to destroy him in an Heroic Sacrifice which not only purified Lord Zedd, Rita Repulsa and Divatox, but also turned the other non-human-esque villains like King Mondo and the Machine Empire into dust. As a result of this sacrifice, Zordon found a second chance in the Toku Base.
  • And then he was granted a place in the Pantheon proper as a deity for his iconic appearance. While he does have his old body now, his new temple shows his Oracular Head in a tube. This time, though, it's not because he's stuck in a different dimension; it's just a means of communicating with him while he's physically at the Toku Base. Unfortunately, he doesn't have access to his great powers like before, so he can't fight like the great mage he once was when he still clashed against Rita Repulsa millenia ago.
  • Back when he mentored the Power Rangers, there were three rules they had to followed lest they lose their powers.
    1) Never use their powers for personal gain.
    2) Never escalate a fight unless forced to (like when the Monster of the Week gets really big).
    • That said, given what the Pantheon is, the third rule pretty much can't apply anymore, and the rules are usually limited only for the Rangers under Zordon. Several other ranger teams after that are sometimes more lax with the first rule, especially when some of those teams are government-sanctioned like the Lightspeed Rangers and the S.P.D. Rangers.
  • Zordon twice mentioned that the destruction of the Rangers's Zords would also mean the destruction of their powers, as it happened with the Thunderzords. However, given that many subsequent generations have lost their Zords and their powers remained intact (even if temporary for some), this likely only applied for Zordon's generation.
  • Isn't quite surprised that the Morphin Grid is in the Pantheon, but what did surprise him is that this one not only supplies the Power Rangers, but any Henshin Hero in general, like Kamen Riders, Sentai Heroes, and even Magical Girls.
  • While he isn't stuck as a floating head anymore, Zordon feels he's been detached too long to be comfortable with interacting outside what he has been doing for much of his time as the Power Rangers' mentor. There have only been a few that he's been able to talk with outside the tube, and among those are Jason, Tommy, the original team in the Toku Base that he's directly guided, the ones who've seen his dying body during Ivan Ooze's attack, and Cosmos.
  • Has a different incarnation who's more bitter and even initially selfish, though ultimately sacrificed his chance to escape his dimensional prison to revive Billy.
    • In response to this incarnation, Walter White has his eye on him. However, he knows that going after Zordon will send the entire Toku Base coming for him, and given that they fight off the Demonic Legion, all of which can get in the way of his criminal enterprise, watching is all he's going to do.
  • When asked why he recruited teenagers to become Power Rangers instead of, say, experienced adults, Zordon says that it's easier (for him, at least) to train a group of close friends in the ways of combat than to teach strangers to come to trust one another (the fact that the team were teenagers was just a side factor). He learned this the hard way from trying the adults route before in 1969: all but two of them died on their first mission, and the surviving members called him out on this. It probably didn't help that he just threw them into the fray.
  • Zordon is often seen as the Good Counterpart to the Great Leader of SHOCKER since he act as a leader figure to the heroes in contrasts to the Great Leader's role as the Big Bad to the villains.
    • Alongside every single member of the Toku Base, Zordon is preparing to assemble various heroes in the pantheon in their upcoming war against SHOCKER, whom they successfully assembled various villains in their aspirations for World Domination.
  • "May the Power protect you."

Quasideities

    Pinocchio 
Pinocchio, God of Lying Tell-tale Signs and Patron Saint of Those Want to Become Human (Pinoke, Little Wooden Head, August Wayne Booth)
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  • Quasideity (Unknown in his puppet form)
  • Symbol: His nose in his puppet form; alternatively his lederhosen and a hat with a feather
  • Theme Song: "I Have No Strings", "When You Wish Upon A Star" (shared with his conscience Jiminy) whenever Ultron is near his temples.
  • Tried to be Neutral Good, but can become True Neutral
  • Domains: Transformation, Lying, Nose
  • Portfolio: Constantly Curious, Horrible Judge of Character, wants to Become a Real Boy, much nicer than his less popular novel counterpart
  • Allies: His father Geppetto, The Blue Fairy (non-ascended), Jiminy Cricket, Edward Elric, Alphonse Elric and the ascended heroic cast of Fullmetal Alchemist, any Avengers who fought against Ultron (especially Wanda Maximoff and Hank Pym), Laura Kinney / X-23, Shrek, Ariel, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Sora, Goofy, Terra, Rapunzel, Quasimodo, Varric Tethras, Eru Chintanda, Curious George, Lamia Loveless, Astro Boy
  • Enemies: Ultron, The Coachman, Monstro, Father, Lust, Pride, Any gods who inflicted unwilling transformation onto others
  • Protected by: Any gods who loves their children
  • Complicated Relationship with: Bibgy Wolf, Snow White
  • Conflicting Opinion: Greed
  • Opposed by: Billy
  • Ascended when almost all of the ascended deities got sick of his novel counterpart's brattiness and decided that this much nicer version is more sympathetic, likable and, most importantly, this version story was told better, comparing to the novel.
  • While he has became a real boy, he sometimes appears as a marionette in the House of Personal Appearance as it is the form that he has the famous nose. In this form, he obviously Cannot Tell a Lie and Jiminy intends to keep it that way by always be his side as much as possible in order to retain his innocence.
  • Right after his ascension, Pinocchio gleefully plays a performance of his theme song to the Pantheon... only for the younger deities to cower in fear as it is eerily similar to Ultron's theme from an alternative universe. This angered Pinocchio as Ultron tries to destroy humanity AND his creator right after becoming sentinel. This led him to encountered and on friendly term with Ultron's arch-enemy the Avengers, especially with Hank Pym (Ultron's creator) as Pym reminds him of his own creator Geppetto and the Blue Fairy.
    • Wanda Maximoff is very protective of him, as she recognizes the fact that Pinocchio's history (created and came Back from the Dead by magic) is eerily similar to her own children. This only intensifies when Wanda learned that her ex-husband The Vision is one of his followers. This sentiment is also shared by Varric Tethras due to how much Pinocchio reminds the dwarf of his own friend Cole from his world, who he considers his little brother.
  • Got along well with Astro Boy, due to the fact that his story is basically his story WITH ROBOTS. However, sometime they have disagreement whether or not having human's emotion is worth the pain that it can cause. While Pinocchio holds different view with Astro (the former marionette thinks his emotion allows him to live a happy life with his creator and father Geppetto), he understands that Astro's job is to save people and thus cannot afford to have emotions like fear and hesitation.
  • He stumbles upon Eru and Curious George on one of his adventures in the Pantheon. The three of them now formed a group to explore things in order to satisfy their curiosity.
  • One day, when Pinocchio came back from school, he found a young woman with Wolverine Claws standing in front of his temple contemplating. When he approached her and asking what she is praying about, the woman only said that she is seeking guidance to whether or not she is deserved to be human or just better off a weapon. Pinocchio replied that while he doesn't know what a weapon is, he thinks that he personally prefers being human as he can now understand how much his father Geppetto loves and cares about him. After cracking a smile, the woman thanks him and told that she has to leave now. When Pinocchio asked what should he call her, she only utters the name "Laura" and disappeared. From then on, Pinocchio sometimes saw Laura at his temple and the two can be seen playing with each other.
  • Sympathizes with Ariel as he understands her desire to be human so badly. He just regrets that the cost of doing so in her universe involving a deal with Ursula and leaving her own family behind.
  • Because of how naive he is, Sora immediately allied with Jiminy to send Pinocchio into his class of "how to spot at ten feet the Obviously Evil person most people can spot from a mile". His progress is... improving, but at least he made friend with his classmate Terra.
  • Hates all of the ascended Homunculi deities due to how, in an alternative universe, they use such evil mean to achieving their goal of becoming human (although he gave Greed some leeway due to the latter Heel–Face Turn). This led to the ascended god from the Fullmetal Alchemist universe to discover his existence and immediately become protective of him. This is especially true for Ed and Alphonse as one of his temples is their main motivation to find (or create) the Philosopher Stone.
  • Rapunzel is very surprise to see him, as she remembers seeing him somewhere during her time at the Snuggly Ducklings. Regardless, the two get along very well due to their share love of crafting and their excitement to see the world.
    • From there, Rapunzel introduces him to Quasimodo. The two got along really well due to their love of carving wood and has been inviting Quasimodo to his house to learn about his father's works.
  • Due to the fact that Pleasure Island also has a place in the Pantheon, Jiminy has been working overtime to keep Pinocchio and the other kids as far away from that place as the cricket fears that Pinocchio might be tempted to go there again. His effort was unanimously helped by many fellow gods in the Pantheon who are caring parents and deities that love children (including those normally wouldn't get involve or those whose morality is less than upright themselves) as they witness how heartbreaking it was when his father Geppetto went out to the rain looking for him who hasn't return home from school and got eaten by Monstro.
  • Has a complicated relationship with Bigby Wolf. While the wolf felt protective of him due to the fact that one of his alternative versions is one of Fablestown residents, Pinocchio is extremely wary of Bibgy due to how the wolf constantly sneers and keeps a watchful eyes whenever his father Gepetto walks into the room. Not help the matter is that when hearing about his ascension, Bigby nearly destroyed their house when he turned into his wolf form to attack his father and sprouting something about The Adversary.
    • His relationship with Snow White is also in the same vein. While the two got along well enough, Jiminy and Gepetto are wary to meet her due to how, in an alternative universe, Gepetto and Jiminy lied about how many people his magic wardrobe can carry (It's a Long Story), thus separated Snow White's family for 28 years and this version of him failed in his duty to reunite them by running away, leaving said daughter down to a criminal path. (It's Also A Long Story). Not to mention that in that universe, Snow White punched Gepetto in the face after learning the truth.
    • Also has a weird relationship with Shrek. The ogre was overjoyed when seeing an alternative version of his friend ascended the Pantheon and wants to visit him daily. However, he was stopped by Jiminy as the cricket fears that Pinocchio would pick up some of his and that alternative version's bad habits.
  • When he ascended to the Pantheon, Billy just freaks out and starts to frantically to hide and saying something about not wanting to be eaten. Pinocchio just confused about this while Jiminy, after an investigation, starts to advice the marionette just avoiding Billy from now on.
  • Lamia frequently visits Pinocchio's temple as he is one of the most iconic example of becoming human. Jiminy only grants her entry into Pinocchio's place if she agrees to wear something more modest than her usual outfit.
  • He can be seen in the House of Theater to develop his entertainment skill, with supervising from Jiminy to avoid people taking advantage of him, of course.
  • Also has a spot in the House of Shape.

    Nixon's Head 
Richard Milhous Nixon's Head, God of Oracular Heads
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