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While it is true that the House of Family and Relatives is chaotic in general, what with the massive number of deities, good and bad, snuggled together, the constant schemes and abuses being plotted out by the likes of the Child Abuse Supporters, Ultraman Belial, Sofia Lamb and other evil guardians and only having one bathroom, no place can be as messy and disruptive as this particular Hall (well, emotionally and psychologically that is).

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This Hall looks rather normal and spacious, but it still manages to stick out in the sense that this is the general spot for one to vent out their frustration and angst regarding familial issues. Expect a lot of screams, shouts, ranting, isolation, sobbing and wailing in the house. Oh, and there's the occasion of the environment going through some damage. Cleanup is almost immediate though.

There is a room stationed in the Hall, designed to be a therapy centre where therapists are welcome to sign up and provide morale and support for the deities who either reside here or come over from other places to talk about their issues. The therapy service has faced difficulty in dealing with residents, but are at least doing their best understand their clients and providing support, even if some of them are ridiculously notorious to get through. Because of this, Bojack Horseman attends this Hall as he feels that this place could give him some much-needed catharsis and acceptance about himself, especially given his own tribulations with his family issues. It also helps that his fellow mortal friend, Princess Carolyn is a resident in the House itself and is always there for support.

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Darth Vader, Prince Zuko, Lotor and Sasuke Uchiha are also very frequent visitors to the Hall, for obvious reasons, though they don't partake too much time and effort in therapy. Though Vader and Zuko are open to sending in 501st Legion Troops and Fire Nation Guards to provide some sort oversight and to shut down any violent quarrels should they break out.

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Greater Gods

    Archaon the Everchosen 
Archaon, The Godly Product of Violation (Archaon the Everchosen, The Anointed One, Lord of the End Times, The Favorite Son of Chaos, The Scourge of the World, The Three-Eyed King, Diederick Kastner [his birth name] )
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Archaon and his Steed, Dorghar
Archaon in Age of Sigmar 
  • Greater God, borderline Overdeity with the Six Treasures of Chaos
  • Symbol: The Eight Pointed Star of Chaos or the Eye of Sheerian
  • Theme: The Everchosen, The Dark Gods, The Three-Eyed King, The End Times
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil (Formerly Lawful Good)
  • Portfolio: The Everchosen, Bastard Child of a Varg Champion, Former Hero turned Chaos's Chosen One, Former Paragon of the Order of the Twin-Tailed Orb, Hates being the Everchosen, Viking Motif, Magic Black Knight, Tin Tyrant, Combat Clairvoyance, The Dreaded, Wants to Destroy the World, Isn't Interested in Establishing a Kingdom of Chaos, Straw Nihilist, Fond of his Steed Dorghar, Became the Everchosen due to his former followers hunting him and later finding out about his Prophecy, Successfully Carried Out the End Times
  • Domains: Prophecy, Eschatology, Antichrist Analogy, Paragons, Bastards
  • Heralds: Dorghar, Chaos's Champions (Vardek Crom, Sigvald the Magnificent, Valkia the Bloody, Scyla Anfinngrim, Vilitch the Curseling, Festus the Leechlord, Valnir the Reaper and Kholek Suneater) and the Daemons of Chaos
  • Allies: Thanos, Saber Alter, Vanitas, Hunter Zolomon, King Allant
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Darkseid, Sauron, Khazrak and Gorthor, Arthas Menethil, Miraak, The Anti-Spiral, Wulfrik the Wanderer
  • Enemy Mine: The Anti-Monitor
  • Rivals: Nekron, Abbadon the Despoiler, Damien Thorn
  • Arch-Enemy: Sigmar Heldenhammer
  • Enemies: Nagash the Undying, Karl Franz, Thorgrim Grudgebearer, Malekith, The Emperor of Mankind, The Killian Experience, Wonder Woman, Thor Odinson, Zeus, Melkor, Griffith, Medivh, Settra the Imperishable, Vlad von Carstein, Neo, Madoka Kaname, Clark Kent/Superman, Artix von Krieger, Mario, Raven, Revan, Gandalf, Aragorn, Talion, Guts, King Arthur, Arturia Pendragon, Mordred, Shulk, Sora, Kairi, Riku, Aqua, Terra, Roxas, Link, Princess Zelda, Lucina, Ike, Alm and Celica, Optimus Prime, Alexander the Great, Zamasu, Evolto
  • Opposes: THE FOUR CHAOS GODS, The Divine Powers, Cosmos, YHVH, Lucifer, Gaea
  • Opposed By: The House of Heroism and Justice
  • Pitied By: Colette Brunel, Goro Akechi, Ivy Valentine, Victims of Rape and those Conceived via Rape, The House of Opposing Fate
  • It has been established that there will come a time, when the world will become a battlefield that would result in its very destruction. The one who will destroy the world is a being chosen by the Chaos Gods to be their ultimate champion, The Everchosen. And ever since the first century, an Everchosen arises to carry out the duty of eradicating everything for Chaos to establish its own rule. The fifth Everchosen was a paragon who rebelled when he found about about his destiny. Journeying to collect the Six Treasures of Chaos and forsaking his original identity, the new Everchosen now terrorizes the world as Archaon.
    • Archaon was originally Diederick Kastner, a devout follower of the Order of the Twin-Tailed Orb, a ministry dedicated to Sigmar the God-Emperor. During his services, he came across the prophecy of Necrodomo the Insane that stated that a certain being would take up the helm of leading the Chaos Gods to their ultimate victory. The contents of the prophecy horrified Diederick as many of what was mentioned (born from a rape victim, had the ancestry of a Norscan, was a knight of The Empire) alluded to him. Terrified, he prayed and begged strenuously to Sigmar to aid him in his crisis of faith. Sadly, nothing seemed to come of it and soon, Diederick was hunted down by his fellow comrades. Having no choice, [[Diederick]] succumbed to the prophecy and began to scour around the world for the Six Treasures of Chaos, items empowered by the Chaos Gods and were said to be possessed by the Everchosen in the future during the End Times. He travelled and fought hard through inhumanly difficult to nigh-impossible acts and feats to claim the treasures. His quest complete, Diederick approached the Daemon prince Be'lakor who set up a coronation for the fifth Everchosen. Thus, Diederick Kastner threw away his original identity and embraced the name of Archaon, beginning his quest to bring about the End Times.
  • When the time finally came, Archaon led the Forces of Chaos in their final and most triumphant battle against whoever stood in their way, slaughtering their oppositions left and right. Despite achieving victory, he was stunned and surprised to see a peculiar figure stand opposite him; Sigmar Heldenhammer, reincarnated through Sigmar. Frustrated and bitter over not being saved and baffled that the God-Emperor that he worshipped so devoutly and unable to comprehend a living god in general, Archaon engaged a burtal battle against Sigmar as the world around them was getting eradicated, courtesy of the betrayal of Mannfred von Carstein. The two of them wrestled for control over the warhammer, Ghal Maraz before the two of them plunged into a Chaos Warp before the world was destroyed.
    • Archaon and Sigmar continued their battle for eons in the void, until by chance, they unknowingly found themselves in a whole new land, which did nothing to deter their fight. With each clash sending shockwaves and destruction throughout their field, a cosmic force soon intervened, separating and knocking the God-Emperor and the Everchosen out and a great distance from one another. Only when Archaon regained consciousness did he realize that he was in the Pantheon. There, he learned of the true circumstances of his birth, which was engineered by the Greater Daemon Prince, Be'lakor and this became his breaking point; Archaon decided to abandon any and all ties with the Chaos Gods and for extra spite, took along with him a sizable faction of Chaos Warriors and Daemons, deciding to indoctrinate and guide them in a new direction which the Everchosen would personally oversee.
    • Coming up with what he intends to do in the Pantheon, Archaon howled in vicious fury, accompanied by his steed Dorghar's demonic whinnying and the snarls and roars of numerous daemons and Chaos Warriors as the Everchosen marched his way into the Pantheon. Archaon raised his sword, proclaiming his presence and intent on destroying the Pantheon out of the belief that what he lives in is utterly meaningless.
  • Melkor decided to openly present himself the day Archaon came into the Pantheon. The God of Evil presented the promise of an alliance, stating that Archaon and his army will have more power and their goals of destruction sooner realized. To his shock, however, the Everchosen swiftly rejected the claim, declaring that when he means to end everything, he doesn't intend to spare any gods either. Melkor snickered, deciding to label Archaon an enemy instead as he left.
    • Surprisingly opposes Griffith of all villains. For all his reputation and threat, Archaon is rather fair as a leader and has a few hidden virtues. And he isn't going to associate himself with someone who committed rape for a petty reason. Griffith was disappointed, wanting Archaon and his legion of Daemons to be implemented into the GUAE. Despite this, Archaon is rather neutral towards Apostles.
    • Evolto strongly opposes Archaon in the sense that the Everchosen eerily reminds Evolto of his brother Killbus, whose goals clearly match those of Archaon. Additionally, Evolto sees Archaon as a being whose powers he would really want to further his scope of causing misery and is devising a scheme to take the Six Treasures of Chaos. Archaon however couldn't care less about Evolto, stating that his brother is just as much of a nutjob as he is. Evolto was quick to respond that Archaon is working for Darkseid, so he wasn't any better either.
  • The Pantheon were horrified when they realized the fact that Archaon did indeed destroy his world, although unfortunately, it worked in the favor of the Chaos Gods, which infuriated Archaon to no end. Despite being appointed by them, Archaon has nothing but utter contempt and disdain towards the Chaos Gods and instead deserted them during his time in the Pantheon, seeking for someone else to work with. He came into contact with Darkseid and Sauron who offered them an alliance to oppose Melkor and other forces. Archaon immediately didn't like the two, but decided to establish a relationship of sorts, giving Darkseid a portion of his army of Daemons to use. Much later on, The Anti-Monitor also arrived, amazed by Archaon's accomplishments and struck an uneasy alliance. Archaeon is now torn between Darkseid and the Anti-Monitor in regards to allegiance, both of which he isn't fond of. While his actions will benefit both of them, Archaon would much rather just focus on destroying the Pantheon, himself included. And the only reason he allied himself with Darkseid and the Anti-Monitor is because they themselves oppose the Chaos Gods just as much as he does.
    • Darkseid and the Anti-Monitor have further intensified their enmity towards each other ever since their involvement with Archaon. Both of them desire him for his incredible power, with the Anti-Monitor stating he can be an effective tool of destruction. Darkseid needs him for a new Grand United Alliance, in addition to having a collection of Daemons on his disposal. So far, Archaon is excluding himself from their squabbles. He isn't afraid of betraying the two of them at any given moment, though he knows better than to charge against those with Godly power without a plan. So far, he's more comfortable with Darkseid, with the Lord of Tyranny treating him better than the Anti-Monitor does and far better than any of his own forces. Though this may be because Archaon himself is a Wild Card and Darkseid is making sure he doesn't slip off at any moment.
  • With his reputation, Archaon became one of the most terrifying and powerful figures in the Pantheon. He himself doesn't have much regarding thoughts, but his presence is enough to get nearly everyone quaking in fear. The worst part is his restlessness in his goals, prompting much of the House of Heroism and Justice to monitor and track him. Archaon isn't deterred and he is more than willing to display his ferocity.
  • As befitting for his position, Archaon bought all of the Six Treasures of Chaos alongside him the moment he entered the Pantheon. These items were collected to signal Archaon's position as the Everchosen and provide him with a massive set of powers and abilities a mortal wouldn't dare to comprehend.
    • Eternally Burning Mark of Chaos - A mark that contained the blessings of all four Chaos Gods. Archaon travelled to Naggaroth and entered a citadel to obtain it. He was successful, despite the sacrifice of his horse which Archaon had since his days as a squire and the mark was embedded onto his forehead. The Mark of Chaos is said to contain powers from all four Chaos Gods.
    • Armour of Morkar - An ancient armour that was once worn by Morkar, the first Everchosen and provides the wearer incredible defence against all but the strongest attacks. Travelling to Morkar's tomb, Archaon battled against the armour after Morkar's spirit animated it. Archaon defeated it by speaking the ancient Unberogen language to curse the armour into becoming immobile whilst Archaon struck to banish Morkar's spirit away. He soon took the armour for himself.
    • Eye of Sheerian - A talisman said to provide the wearer with visions of the future and allow them to predict and avoid attacks. Archaon acquired the Eye by fighting against the Chaos dragon Flamefang and killing it thanks to the defence provided by the Armour of Morkar. The Eye reaches it's full power once it is inserted into the Crown of Domination.
    • Dorghar, Steed of the Apocalyse - A giant Daemonic horse which Archaon managed to steal from the Daemon prince Agrammon in the Realm of Chaos. Archaon was able to tame Dorghar after which it became his primary mount for the remainder of his campaign.
    • Slayer of Kings - A legendary sword once used by Vangel, the second Everchosen. The sword is said to house an ancient Daemon known as U'zuhl, whose imprisonment in it has driven it to rage and fury. Archaon gained ownership of the blade when he travelled to the Chimera Plateau where he and his army fought against the Dragon Ogre, Krakanrok the Black and the Slayer of Kings was embedded on his chest. With the help of his army, Archaon was able to rip the blade out of Krakanrok's chest and slay the Dragon Ogre.
    • Crown of Domination - An item said to be older than the age of men and is said to empower the user's allies and strike immense fear into the enemy. Archaon gained instructions from Be'lakor to track the Crown in the First Shrine to Chaos in the Worlds Edge Mountain. There, Archaon resisted diseases, used his instincts blindfolded and brushed off temptations before battling against a Bloodthirster and managing to kill it single-handedly before retrieving the crown and setting the stage for the Everchosen's coronation. The Crown is also said to amplify the abilities of the Eye of Sheerian to it's fullest potential.
  • Formed a friendship with Thanos, seeing him as a formidable, yet kindred spirit. Thanos sees Archaeon as an excellent being of power and might, alongside citing the Treasures of Chaos to be incredible items of destruction, just like the Infinity Gauntlet. Archaon also found a good ally under Saber Alter and Vanitas, the latter often wanting to participate in Archaeon's warfare.
  • Archaon soon became one of the Pantheon's most opposed Gods, mainly because his presence terrifies most and his actions are directed to killing everybody. This is a trait he shares with the Anti-Monitor and Zamasu, but there is a noteworthy difference in that Archaon is doing this out of frustration, anger and the fact that no matter what he does, even good, he will be oppressed due to a prophecy, alluding to the events leading up to his christening as the Everchosen.
    • Zamasu surprisingly doesn't despise him, and even openly praises him for the fact that he opposes the Chaos Gods, whose existence infuriate Zamasu to no end. Archaon however has no care for the Kai and will go out of his way to kill him, given his level of threat and his alliance with Nagash (Regardless if its strained at best). Nagash sees Archaon as his greatest rival for obvious reasons, given how the two competed against one another during the End Times. This enmity grew further considering Archaon won, blowing away all of Nagash's efforts to enslave the world as his own.
  • Is the only being in his world whose fear and ferocity can match up against Nagash, which says a lot. The two of them are THE MOST FEARED figures in the Old World, but there are distinct differences; Nagash wants to rule the world whereas Archaon wants to destroy it. Nagash built up his reputation and history by his own accord while Archaon was chosen by a prophecy. Nagash was a monster since his birth and Archaon was once a hero before the Everchosen's prophecy caught up on him. Both are considered a Physical God in their own right, but Nagash relishes and indulges on it whereas Archaon hates his destiny.
  • Because his fate is tied to the Chaos Gods, Archaon is forced to sometimes work with the Beastmen who in contrast, are highly devoted to the very gods that Archaon despises. He can tolerate Khazrak as long as he allows him to enter a good fight, but gets easily annoyed by Gorthor and his approach towards battles. Not helping matters is the Beastmens's severe stimulation of raping others for reproduction, which Archaon despises. Given he himself was child of a rape victim, he is understandably uncomfortable about it.
    • He gets to sometimes align himself with Arthas Menethil, Miraak and the Anti-Spiral. While all of them are uneasy at best, they do like Archaon for having notable similarities. Miraak would be perfect allies for their oppression towards higher beings were it not for his (very uneasy) allegiance to Darkseid. He secretly wishes he could remedy that, though it'll be a long effort on his part. The Anti-Spiral sees his goal of total destruction as a necessary asset for subjugation and Arthas sees him as a worthy rival who would occasionally Archaon in conquering lands when possible.
  • While not hated and even sympathized by some, Archaon made himself a bucket full of enemies in the Pantheon. His extreme magical affinity threatened the likes of Gandalf, Madoka Kaname and Medivh who were able to drive him away. Others like Superman, Neo, Mario, Optimus Prime and Revan have fought him several times to prevent casualties and to maintain hope towards the Pantheon lest Archaon really brings about its very destruction. Not helping is the backup support presented by Darkseid and the Anti-Monitor.
    • Magic users express major concern whenever Archaon is around as the Chaos Gods have bestowed him a great deal of resistance from magical attacks. Gandalf and Medivh are one of the very few who are able to challenge Archaon thanks to their vast power. Madoka Kaname seeks to find a way to redeem him, but Archaon isn't willing to listen, only fighting Madoka because in his opinion, her position as a former god hasn't really changed much in her favor.
    • Unsurprisingly, he's fought against knightly beings in the likes of King Arthur, Arturia Pendragon, Link, Alm, Celica, Lucina, Ike and many more. His greatest challenge comes from Artix von Krieger whose chivalry and reputation reminds Archaon a lot about Sigmar. He reciprocates by calling Artix a Worthy Opponent above all else. While he is understandably opposed by most Keyblade Wielders, Archaon respects Sora, Aqua and Roxas, stating that they are able to give him a difficult time, yet also remind him of the good old days at the same time. And due to his ability to oversee prophecies and the future, he sees Shulk as a noteworthy foe. That said, he is more than ready to kill any of them if need be.
    • The House of Opposing Fate take pity out of Archaon in the sense that he could have easily went against his destiny and carve his own history. Oddly enough, Archaon makes himself out to be this; he wants to kill EVERYTHING so that the Chaos Gods have no one left to gain sustenance from. Raven and Revan are two notable beings who went against their prophecies and despite being enemies, really want to help Archaon out. Unfortunately, his warped mindset, alliance with Darkseid and uncontrollable rage makes him nigh-impossible to approach.
  • He shows a lot of care and affection for his steed, Dorghar. He once had a horse companion beforehand and when said horse was killed in battle, Archaon flew into uncontrollable rage, slaughtering any that got in his way. He respects horses and is the reason why he feels amicable towards the House of Beast feeling that horses are good assets and companions. He is also sensitive about his birth, expressing enormous hate on his father. Colette Brunel feels sorry for Archaon, even trying to reach out to him despite warnings from Pantheon residents. Archaon hasn't made a comment about this.
    • His position as a bastard attracted Mordred who while sympathetic, is willing to oppose Archaon as the destruction of the Pantheon is something she definitely wouldn't want.
    • He is further pitied by Lucifer who wants to assert that he should expand on his views on the world and to better himself as an individual. Archaon is having none of it though and chooses to rebel, stating that his leadership of the Grand United Alliance of Chaos isn't really so different from the Chaos Gods. Not helping matters is Vlad von Carsein, himself a member of the alliance, in addition to the two of them having fought beforehand.
    • While not exactly company, he is pitied highly by those who've had negative experiences of rape. Ivy Valentine and Goro Akechi understand how he feels towards his father and Archaon often takes his time to offer sympathy towards them. His feelings towards them is rather neutral given their mutual relation to rape. Rape victims are one of the few individuals that Archaon doesn't outright try to kill, stating that he doesn't feel right about killing those who've been through a similar experience like him.
  • He took notice of an alternate timeline where he died of constipation and the title of the Everchosen was presented to a generic soldier named Melvin, whose only victory was against a mosquito, bringing about the End Times in a rather odd fashion that took the Chaos Gods with it and that he himself would die of constipation as well. Archaon flew into uncontrollable rage upon hearing of such an occurrence, further intensifying his hatred towards the Chaos Gods, especially Khorne who was the one who picked Melvin as his successor. Even further, in another timeline Archaon can be succeeded by Throgg or Wulfrik should he be defeated, with the former two being nominated and winning the Chaos Gods's favour. Archaon, realizing he himself was fed lies by the very gods who forced him into becoming their chosen one, has become further broken, depressed, and even more voracious and embittered. He will not stop until he has the entire Pantheon killed, most of all, the Chaos Gods.
    • During his breakdown, the one who penned the idea of Archaon's death by constipation, The Killian Experience was having a trial via the Court of the Gods. Since his ascension, Archaon has made it clear that he won't stop until he finds Killian and has his head mounted onto a pike to pay for him badly humiliating him. The Killian Experience responded by... sending him garlic bread. Archaon is not pleased.
  • Archaon found out at one point that there's a Black Metal guitarist who shares his name who plays for a band called 1349. There's also rumors that Archaon spends time in the House of Music playing Black Metal songs and headlining some kind of your. He personally finds it rather amusing, though he makes it clear that he is a destroyer of worlds foremost. That said, he doesn't have much to add onto 1349 or the guitarist who happens to share his moniker, albeit as a stage name.
  • In an timeline set after the End Times, Archaon still remained with the Chaos Gods, becoming the Exalted Grand Marshal of the Apocalypse and continuing to spearhead the conflict between Sigmar, his alliances and the Forces of Chaos. Taking notice of this, Archaon expresses disappointment in how this iteration is still tethered to the Chaos Gods in allegiance, further enforcing his detechment to them and his desires in destroying them for their manipulations.
I am the Anointed, the favoured Son of Chaos, the Scourge of the World.

    Grandfather 
Grandfather, God of Evil Grandparents (Benedict Wigglestein Uno, Sr.)
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His de-commissioned state 

Intermediate Gods

    Cain 
Cain, God of Fratricide (The First Murderer, "My Brother's Keeper", Qābīl, Master Mahan, Caine, Kane, Kapaneus, Father of Murder, First Son, Sire of All Vampires, Marcus Pierce, The Sinnerman)
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Cain as portrayed in Supernatural.
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Mark of Cain
  • Alignment: Up for interpretation; usually seen as a Neutral Evil or True Neutral if remorseful
  • Portfolio: The Original Cain, Public Domain Character, Sibling Murder Out Of Jealousy, Planted Vegetables For Sacrifices, Rather Than Meat, Green-Eyed Monster, Red Right Hand, Biblical Villains, May Have Regretted His Murder, Walking the Earth
  • Domains: Murder, Anger, Jealousy, Family Betrayal, Vegetation, Curses
  • High Priest: Romulus
  • Special relationship with: SCP-073, Naoya, Kane(Command and Conquer) (alternate selves), Vandal Savage, Vampirella (his daughter)
  • Sought out by: Iroque, the Grand United Alliance of Good and Grand United Alliance of Evil, others who've committed fratricide like Scar
  • Interested in: Set
  • Complicated relationship with: Lucifer Morningstar
  • Allies: Lilith, Lucifer(SMT), The Cryptkeeper
  • On speaking terms with: Kyoichiro Kuroi
  • Enemies: YHVH, The Spectre, Sam and Dean Winchester (his descendants), Lucifer(Supernatural), Merged Zamasu, Switzerland, Lina and Rylai, Mufasa
  • Opposes: Versions of God (sometimes enemies, sometimes OK with), The Van Helsings
  • Opposed by: The Heroic Protectors of Family, victims of fratricide, the sub-house of Siblings
  • Under watch by: Deities who believe in the Abrahamic faith
  • Brothers are meant to love each other, but often can find themselves in a rivalry. And sometimes this can get deadly. Cain and Abel were the first children of Adam and Eve, and thus the first children according to The Bible. Abel's sacrifice of meat was preferred by God to Cain's sacrifice of vegetation. Filled with jealousy, Cain slew his brother Abel with a rock. Thus he was cursed, becoming the first murderer and first to commit fratricide.
  • It's a matter of theological debate on whether there were other motives for his murder, and why God rebuked his sacrifice in the first place. Some belief has envy over a woman they both love as a motive, and that he needed Satan to help him commit the first murder since it had never been done. Naoya states that it was because YHVH made him to create the first martyr. Supernatural states it was to prevent his brother from being corrupted by Lucifer. Perhaps it was over a piece of Eden, and he is the founder of the Templar Order.
  • As a consequence of being a Public Domain Character, there were already multiple versions of Cain in the pantheon. When asked who was the closest to the truth, Cain said that they are all incarnations of the original, representing the different sides of his personality. Vandal Savage represents his ferocious and murderous nature, SCP-073 his guilt and desire to be better, Kane his God-given cunning and Naoya his resentment and hatred towards God for his Mark and curse. Naoya seems to relate to him the most.
  • Upon further inspection(or more accurately, a retcon), Vandal Savage wasn't Cain, but someone who Cain transferred the Mark to. Sort of, it's complicated; he was reborn as/possessed by Cain after cultists of the Religion of Crime plunged the Spear of Destiny into him. He went on a path of revenge to the Spectre for punishing Cain in the past, but ended up getting it branded to him. Vandal's tried to pass it on to the Question.
  • As expected for the iconic fratricider, he's the member nobody likes in his own sub-house. Switzerland took the most offense to his entry. Lina and Rylai did as well, since despite their rivalry for one another they truly love each other and would never try to kill each other. Depending on his mood, Cain expects to be given shit from them and may feel he deserves it.
  • Victims of fratricide oppose Cain. Those who commit fratricide are intrigued by him, particularly Scar. Cain himself is interested in Set, having said to have murdered his brother in Egyptian mythology before The Bible was written. Most of the House of Religion and Faith doesn't care for him, either. Lucifer was intrigued by Cain, who the first murderer finds interesting enough to partner. Mainly because of Lilith's allegiance and his feelings of being an arch-sinner, not any real ideological views or anything.
  • Some extracanonical sources state that Cain is actually the son of a Fallen Angel, perhaps even the scion of Satan himself. More accepted(though not truly canonical) is the belief that The Descendants of Cain were cursed for their progenitor's sins in some way. He is known as the father of Vampirella, and it's said that Lilith, his father's first mate, is his lover. The identity of his wife and Enoch's mother is up for dispute, but generally believed to be his sister.
  • One of the classic Biblical villains, sources vary on whether Cain tried to make up for his actions, regretted things or kept on his evil ways. He did end up founding a city with his son Enoch. The GUAG wishes to bring out his desire for redemption, while the GUAE wants to make him a mascot for fratricide. As the Cain in the pantheon is a Composite Character of the Biblical original and many other versions, his views on this are skewed.
  • Sometimes found talking to Kyoichiro Kuroi on regret and shame for their actions, whenever he's feeling in a remorseful mood. Iroque wants to help Cain come to terms and fully atone for his behavior, knowing what it's like to murder and wanting the best to come from him. Cain likes that someone wants to help him, but wary due to how she has a habit of brainwashing people to good. The Indigo Tribe has tried to dissuade those fears by stating that they only do this to those naturally incapable of compassion, and Cain isn't such a figure.
  • Was cursed by God so he could never farm the land, and if someone harms him he will be avenged seven-fold. The Mark of Cain makes sure people know this. This is likely to avoid a Cycle of Revenge, and is often interpreted as immortality as a punishment. Cain has tried to do something in the House of Plants, but to no avail. The Darkness has it that he was either killed in a collapse he built with his sister-wife, or more likely went on to atone and opposed the Darkness, allying with The Angelus only for her to use her light powers to burn him to ashes. Jackie Estado has his ashes.
  • The House of Vengeance is warned of his curse, which they took as some sort of message against them. The Spectre is enraged that he cannot judge Cain because of his Mark. Cain usually doesn't care for any version of God, but on his better days he does at least appreciate the purpose of his punishment. Zamasu considers him yet another prime example on why Humans Are Bastards, and Cain doesn't think he has any room to talk as he has committed the grievous sins of genocide and deicide.
  • Perhaps his most powerful incarnation lays in the Dreaming, or more accurately he represents murder and Abel the murder victim(or they are the living embodiments of the old Cain and Abel story). He doesn't take kindly to others who would hurt his brother, and on some level truly loves him. He just can't deny his nature to kill his brother. In the 1970s, they were at least civil to serve as horror hosts. As such, Cain seems to behave himself in the presence of the Cryptkeeper.
  • Usually seen as the aggressor in his relationship with Abel. Despite(or maybe because) of this, in the SCP Foundation Abel (well, Able) is the mass-murderer, and in some universes he had a more understandable reason to kill Abel. With SCP-076-2/Able, it's believed he died because of the Attack Reflector power Cain had, or that being murdered filled him with the vengeance and hatred that drives him to be an Omnicidal Maniac. In Marvel, he lives with Abel in the Boarding House of Mystery in Cleveland that he owns. Abel's mentally disabled because of "an unfortunate accident in their adolescence". They let Howard the Duck and Beverly stay when they had no money, but the other Marvel deities would rather keep an eye on him.
  • Some incarnations have this making his the first vampire, such as Vampire: The Masquerade or the DC Universe. In the latter, he fed on Lilith and made her his first bride. Etrigan cursed him that if he fed on an truly innocent soul he'd be cursed to spend his days locked in a vacuum of nothingness, eternally. This happened by accident in the 16th century, which led him to be sealed away within the House of Mystery in the Dreaming in the first place. This was set up by the Order of the Van Helsings, so he doesn't care for Integra or her friends. Superman doesn't care for the fact that his Marcus Pierce incarnation bears a resemblance to him.
  • As Caine, the first vampire, his powers are practically limitless. Attempting to fight him means, quite simply, you lose. He also insists he didn't kill Abel but sacrificed him as Abel was "the first part of all my joy". If he's telling the truth, lying or has come to believe the lie is unknown. Also, despite the world of Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines going through simultaneous apocalypses and somehow managing to limp on, this may or may not stop him from having driven a cab in Los Angeles.
  • Some sects of Mormonism believe that Cain became Bigfoot/Sasquatch. Yes, really. It comes from a claim of one of their first apostles, David W. Patten, who said he witnessed a shaggy, hair-covered Cain in 1835. Cain thinks he was drunk, or maybe he mistook him for one of his descendants. Along with vampires, he's also thought to be the ancestor of Grendel and his mother, alongside other monsters.
  • In one universe, Cain and Abel both tried to kill each other, Cain was just the better fighter. Abel wasn't that good anyway, a Casanova Wannabe who ended up in Hell. They did manage to reconcile and while a Death Seeker, he changed his mind after losing the Mark, ultimately being killed by Lucifer. While he's on bad terms with Lucifer Morningstar there, and it didn't help in the first place that he dated his mother Eve, his original incarnation doesn't have that antagonism.

    Medea 
Medea, Goddess of Parents That Killed Their Own Children
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    Mordred 
Mordred, God of Inbred Villains (Merdaut, Merdrawt, Sir Mordred, Usurper High King of England)
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Sir Mordred by H.J. Ford (1902)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His sword, Clarent (which he swiped from Arthur)
  • Theme Song: Mordred's Lullaby
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (originally Lawful Good)
  • Portfolio: Originally Not A Traitor, Tragic Fallen Hero, Cool Sword, Antagonistic Offspring And Evil Nephew to Arthur, Bastard Bastard Upon Learning How He Was Conceived (May Not Have Been Consensual), Heroic BSoD triggering a Face–Heel Turn, The Usurper, Mutual Kill
  • Domains: Betrayal, Incest, Knighthood, Legend, Royalty
  • Distaff Counterpart: The other Mordred
  • Allies: Goro Akechi, Marcello, Arthas Menethil, Akechi Mitsuhide, Ursula
  • Enemies: Arthur and Artoria Pendragon (uncle/father and uncle/father's Distaff Counterpart), Lancelot, Gawain, Merlin, Shirou, Luke Skywalker, The Emperor of Mankind, The Crimson King, Alistar Theirin, Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Opposes: Ramsay Bolton, Joffrey Baratheon, Dante Aligheri
  • Opposed by: Much of the House of Royalty
  • Pities: Tommen Baratheon
  • Pitied by: Daenerys Targaryen, Oedipus Rex (in a Sympathy for the Devil sort)
  • Sir Mordred is one of Knights of the Round Table, and by far it's most infamous. Once a loyal follower of King Arthur, he would eventually turn on Arthur as a usurper, and bring about the downfall of Camelot. His and Arthur's fate ended in a Mutual Kill. He was also in some tales the one to expose Lancelot and Guinevere's adultery.
  • Already Arthur's nephew, his turn would later involve the Awful Truth that his conception was an incestuous union between Arthur and his half-sister(which varies depending on the texts). Originally he merely held the role of the prophesied killer of King Arthur, but has become a more sinister example with this relationship as motivation. Perhaps because of being a victim of Adaptational Villainy and his opposition to a king, he finds himself relating to Ursula quite a lot.
  • The female Mordred is his Alternate Self, from a world where his father was a woman instead. Of course, they have the same parental issues and Antagonistic Offspring position, but Fate Mordred is on better terms with her "father" and doesn't exactly approve of his actions. Artoria's master Shirou didn't take kindly to the fact he wants to take down any version of his father, including Artoria.
  • He was not happy to learn of Mordred Deschain, the bitter, would be Anti-Christ and half-son of the Crimson King. Sir Mordred is no Omnicidal Maniac, that's for sure. As the Crimson King is the progeny of the King Arthur of that world and an insectile Prim succubus, this makes the Crimson King his half-brother by proxy. He's not happy with the complete maniac that is the Crimson King having any relation to him either.
  • Relates to both Goro Akechi and Marcello, as they are villainous illegitimate children with a definite tragedy that made them the way they are. Goro in particular, Mordred sympathized with his ambition of Calling the Old Man Out. He much prefers hanging in their sub-house than his own, due to his shame at his incestuous conception.
  • An archetypal Bastard Bastard, but bastards have standards. Being Inbred and Evil royalty, Mordred believed he might find something in common with Joffrey, but found him very obnoxious. And since his own inbred status would mean he's completely unviable for the Iron Throne, Joffrey believes Mordred would bring unwanted rumours. As for Ramsay Bolton, he is too vile for Mordred and is nothing more than a glorified Serial Killer.
  • His pity goes out towards Tommen Baratheon. Unlike his cruel brother, Tommen has the right heart to be king and could be trained to have the right will as well, but his illegitimate, inbred conception denies him the throne. On the other side, while Daenerys doesn't condone his actions, she feels sad that he feels cursed by how he was born. Oedipus Rex also feels bad, having to deal with the horrible truth he bedded and procreated with his own mother.
  • Naturally Mordred is on bad terms with the House of Royalty. Interestingly in some versions, he is the legitimate heir to the throne, instead of Arthur who's more sketchy in illegitimacy. And in some versions, he's a popular king with the country seeing peace. Either way, he opposes Alistair Therein out of jealously that a fellow bastard actually got the chance to be a good king.
  • Because of his Daddy Issues, he has it out for those who remind him of his father, enough that they know Mordred is bad news. He ended up in blows with Sonic since in in Sonic and the Black Knight Sonic is highly implied to be that world's King Arthur. He also recognized the similarities in Arthur and Luke Skywalker, and it isn't hard to compare fellow Evil Nephew Kylo Ren to Mordred. How the Emperor's relationship with Horus Luprecal ended is most like the Mutual Kill of Arthur and Mordred.
  • Partly royal daddy issues, partly their shared status as a Fallen Hero, but he finds himself getting along with Arthas Menethil. He also can be seen working with Akechi Mitsuhide for bringing the downfall of a mighty leader, and varying interpretations given to them over the centuries.
  • According to Dante, his fate was to be put in the lowest circle of Hell for his betrayal. Mordred doesn't particularly like Dante for saying that's the case.
  • To get back at his father/uncle, Mordred has released a damning tale of one of the Arthurian legends: the Mayday Massacre, where Arthur literally drowned every baby who's one years old at most, in an attempt to avert Merlin's prophecy of his fall by killing Mordred (ironically making the fall of Camelot karmic). Perseus alone would sever all ties with Arthur thanks to that (his own grandfather trying to do the same to him and his mother), and that's not even counting how his knights would feel. Merlin would naturally be complicit if only in telling Arthur about the prophecy in the first place.

    Mordred/Saber of Red 
Mordred, Goddess of Antagonistic Offsprings (The Knight of Treachery, Saber of Red, Moedred, Londinium Knight, Rider, Surfer Knight of Treachery, Miss Surfer Mor, Modred, Medraut, Medrod, Avenger)
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Wearing her armor 
In a bikini 
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: Her sword, Clarent, behind her helm
  • Theme Song: The Knight of Rebellion
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with moments of Good. Full-fledged Chaotic Good as Miss Surfer Mordred.
  • Portfoilo: Opposes her "father", Hates being called a woman despite being one and no problems showing off, Blood Knight, Calling the Old Man Out, Cloning Blues, Gender Flip, Believes she was meant to have the throne, Still a somewhat decent person after all that, Actually succeeding despite dying also, Knight in Shining Armor before becoming rejected, The Power of Hate, Scary Impractical Armor yet wears rather revealing clothing outside of it, "Well Done, Daughter!" Girl, Clarent Blood Arthur, Still a child mentally, Becoming Nicer during the Grand Order conflicts
  • Domains: Betrayal, Clones, Family, Swords
  • Herald: Kairi Shishigou (her Master in the Great Holy Grail War)
  • Allies: Karna, Achilles, Prometheus and Pandora, Lucifer, Grey, Carl and Ada Clover, N, Stewie Griffin, Robin, surprisingly enough
  • Enemies: Lancelot, Archer, Yuuki Terumi, Dracula, Relius Clover, Ghetsis Harmonia and several of the more noble members of the House of Family, Gilgamesh, Astolfo, Illyasviel von Einzbern, Jack the Ripper
  • Annoyed with: Excalibur
  • Conflicting Relationships With: Artoria Pendragon, Shino Asada/Sinon, Jon Snow, Makoto Yuki, Kotone Shiomi
  • Commonality Connection: Ultron
  • Opposes: Sayaka Miki, Maes Hughes
  • Utterly Confused by: Shirou Emiya
  • The Knight who ended King Arthur's reign, Mordred rose one day and claimed this title for himself, stating that if he couldn't have the mortal throne of Camelot, he would settle for this. Challenging his father, Artoria, to battle, his helm was knocked off to reveal his greatest secret to all: Mordred is actually a girl.
  • Lucifer applauds her actions, calling it one of the most shining examples of how one should attempt to seize and make their own destiny, rather than allow others to decide for them. Mordred has no real opinion of him, though she has joined with the GUAC, as it fits her tastes more than the GUAG or GUAE could.
  • Calling her a 'girl' is the most surefire way to make her mad and ready to kill you. As such, only refer to her as 'he' in her presence, or else risk a Clarent Blood Arthur to the face. This has been voted the tenth dumbest thing to do in the Pantheon.
  • Was pleased to see that her former teammates Karna and Achilles had ascended before, though she doesn't spend much time with them. Karna is still willing to work with her as necessary, though Achilles doesn't really care either way, as she can't hurt him.
    • She was also surprised when she heard there's a certain Siegfried in the Pantheon, only to feel a bit disappointed that this one goes with the surname Schtauffen. However, after a bit of an initiated scuffle, Mordred could feel the same ferocity of his namesake, the Saber of Black, thus afterwards left him be. She's also excited that the actual Saber of Black came to the Pantheon and she hoped that she could fight him full time, rather than some homunculus taking form of his body for just a few minutes.
  • Heard about an 'Excalibur' that resides in the House of Emotions. She thought it would finally be her time to claim it and prove that she was superior to her father. She couldn't last five minutes before getting annoyed with it (ﺧ益ﺨ).
  • While her position obviously has some of the more noble members of the House of Family wary of 'him', she despises Relius Clover and Ghetsis Harmonia, and this hatred is what forms the basis of her alliance with Carl, Ada and N. Hatred for their fathers is what also motivates 'his' alliance with Prometheus and Pandora, as well as Grey. In the case of Relius, Mordred has been known to exclaim, "I'm going to beat you into submission so bad that you'll be whimpering 'Sumanai' all day long, and even that wouldn't be enough, you pathetic excuse of a FATHEEEERRR!!!"
    • Also hates Terumi for constantly making jabs about how she's really a girl. As such, she's perfectly willing to join with any effort meant to take him down, although she herself can't deliver the finishing blow, as Terumi feeds on the Power Of Hate and his greatest attack is practically an all-you-can-eat buffet of hate.
  • Lancelot has sworn to never let her get close to Artoria again. Mordred just scoffs at this, though she is wary of Lancelot's newfound Berserker state.
    • During one such battle, Mordred removed her helm to use Clarent Blood Arthur, causing Lancelot to stop in his tracks as he saw her face and finally realised exactly why Mordred rebelled. He promptly retreated without a word, and has neglected to fight Mordred since. Most of the Pantheon wonders to this day, how he didn't work Mordred's relationship to Artoria out, especially since it's the entire reason Mordred's in the Pantheon.
  • Her relationship with Artoria herself is complicated. While on one hand she publicly claims to despise Artoria and always has an insult on hand whenever they meet, Mordred also, in her calmer moments, often shows a hidden desire to just be respected by her again, and will harshly defend Artoria's actions from any critic, stating that is reserved for her. Artoria herself has also expressed interest in at least trying to patch their relationship, so who knows...
    • Was utterly confused when she met Sonic The Hedgehog and learned he was once King Arthur.
    • Hates Gilgamesh after finding out that he once tried to force Artoria to marry him. Might be one of the few people that she and Lancelot both equally hate.
    • Mordred, however, gets extremely jealous whenever someone gets too familiar with Artoria that may look like a parent and children relationship. This goes to both Astolfo, who keeps on hugging her, and Illyasviel, who is a homunculus like herself but is treated more kindly then she was in the past.
  • Opposes Sayaka, as she sees in her a reflection of the knight she once was and secretly jealous she managed to move past her own failings.
  • Despite her normal behavior, she refuses to sacrifice the uninvolved and innocent in any sort of plans, showing she hasn't quite lost all of her honour. This is why she doesn't like Archer, even if he doesn't do it willingly sometimes.
  • Is somewhat at odds with Shirou Emiya. He refuses to let her carry out any revenge against the King of Knights, yet is perfectly willing to invite her to dinner on peaceful terms with Artoria present. She can't quite figure him out, and that just leaves her utterly confused.
    • She has made it clear though that while she doesn't approve of the relationship he has with her "father", she accepts it…though she warned him that he would suffer if she ever caught him being unfaithful to Artoria…or even hurting her in some fashion. That's her job.
  • Has a surprisingly familial relationship with Robin, of all people. S/he's one of the few people who can stand to be around her, and s/he knows what it's like to have a father who you oppose (though s/he doesn't quite agree with Mordred's choice). Artoria, for her part, is thankful that Mordred has at least one good family figure in his life now.
  • Due to her name and gender, she was at one point asked if she used to go by the moniker Phantom Assassin. Mordred has denied connection, saying that there is a vital difference between them... their names, Mordred has 2 'd's while that one has only one.
  • Thought she had an ally with Simba after hearing Can't Wait to be King, thinking it was about killing your kingly father and claiming the throne for yourself. She was disappointed that wasn't the case.
  • Has a complex relationship with Shino Asada due to her sounding just like her in Japanese, but occasionally sounding like Artoria in English. That said, Mordred is impressed with her archery and rifle skills and would love to challenge her or her allies to battle.
  • Once went to the House of Friendship believing that her old Master Kairi Shishigou had ascended. Instead, she met The Princess of Heart Kairi. While at first Mordred was disappointed, thinking she was just another Distressed Damsel after hearing some rumors, she was surprised to see the young Keyblader in actual combat and decided there might be something more to her after all.
  • Rumors have been spreading around that Mordred sometimes goes to the House of Music and perform as an Idol. She denies those rumours despite their being photos of her performing. When presented with these, she just says those are fakes with very few believing her.
  • Has made a good ally in her former High Priest, Stewie. The two spend their time together trying to kill their parents, though Mordred is a bit more restrained about it.
  • Has no idea what to think about Jon Snow, on the one hand they have enough similarities to strike a friendship (both being bastards, both having a less than desirable relationship with one of their parents, both being originally idealistic knights before life jaded them, both having a parent that was an outright villain or seen as such by their kingdom and both becoming Kings despite the fact that they were bastards) there's also the fact that she does find him easy on the eyes but on the other hand she is annoyed by the fact that Jon still admires Ned, she is also envious of the fact that Jon was loved by his family, with the exception of Catelyn, and unlike her reign, he is clearly seen with admiration and respect by his kingdom, whereas her kingdom ended in war and they labelled her as a villain, in the end encounters with between the two will either end with them fighting or flirting, with very little room in between.
  • The best way to get her to chill out is to bring her into the tropics in the summer months. During that time, she can be summoned as a Rider, generally puts aside her acrimony with her 'father', and is more interested in surfing than in killing anyone (though she is VERY capable at using the waves to drown her enemies). She still tries way too hard to get Artoria's attention, though, and ends up being brushed off.
    • Has a tough relationship with Makoto Yuki and Kotone Shiomi due to being gender counterparts much like Ritsuka Fujimaru and his female counterpart, the protagonist(s) who first summoned her as Rider. She likes them and wants to bond with them, especially after seeing their personalities and degrees of heroic determination reminiscent of both Ritsuka and her 'father', but their friends don't entirely trust her and even the two of them slip up on calling her 'he'.
  • Although she would never admit it to anyone, what Mordred truly desires out of drawing Caliburn from the stone is not to become king for her own sake, but to spare her 'father' from the loneliness of such a duty and let her live as a human.
  • If she didn't get what she asked (as long as it's not that severe), she could be seen rolling on the ground whining.
  • Reportedly she has a notoriously bad luck when it comes to a certain Gacha game that had her and Artoria in it. She just wished to pull Artoria to finally end the nightmares of Lancelot yapping at how he got tons of Artorias in the same game… and she pulled HERSELF after wasting all of her monthly allowance.
  • Once joined Medea in making figures of her Father. The result was a horrible reminder of that bootleg figure, earning Mordred a beatdown from her chichi-ue, but it only made her redouble her efforts in making a figure her Father would be proud of.
  • Some people joke that this is her theme song.

    Orm the Ocean Master 
Orm Marius, Atlantean God of Rival Princes (Orm the Ocean Master, Prince, King, The Highness, Your Majesty, Second-Born Son of Queen, Soft-Bellied Slug)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Trident
  • Theme Song: Atlantean Soldiers
  • Alignment: Fluctuates between Lawful Evil and Lawful Neutral, depending on Circumstance
  • Portfolio: Has an Intense Rivalry Against Aquaman regarding Atlantis's Throne, Antagonistic Heirs, Is Rather Honorable and Fair, Is Well-Respected for his Leadership, Is Proficient in Aquakinetic Powers, Can Generate and Control Thunderstorms, Does Actually Care for his Brother and Mother, Is Genuinely Concerned About the Ocean, Authority Equals Asskicking, Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas, Possesses Determination, Care and Responsibility, Frontline General, Wielding a Trident
  • Domains: Royalty, Family, Rivalry, The Ocean, Brotherhood, Angst
  • Allies: Poseidon, Loki, Milas, Lagiacrus, Bruce the Shark, Liopleurodon
  • Working Relationship With: Gaea and the Grand United Alliance of Nature
  • Rivals: Namor, Kisame Hoshikagi, Rain
  • Enemy Mine: The Justice League and their Allies (provided they have a common enemy in multiversal threats)
  • Enemies: Black Manta, The Deep, Pokemon Hunter J, Mr Burns, Ursula, Malty S Melromarc, Sauron, Hela, Commander Rourke, The Kraeken, The Crime Syndicate, Bryce Wayne/The Drowned
  • Complicated Relationship: Aquaman (his half-brother), Thor
  • Unsure Of: Ariel, Melody, Princess Celestia and Luna, Surface-Dwellers in General.
  • On Speaking Terms With: Steve Irwin, Eliza Thornberry, Milo Thatch, The Meg, Archie (less so with Maxie)
  • Interested In: Kyogre
  • Underneath the sea, lies the ancient civilization of Atlantis, which has kept itself away from the affairs of terrestrial beings and events for so long, yet as their influence begins to grow and become more noticeable, it also threatens to endanger Atlantis. Among those who took issue was Orm Marius, the second-born son of Queen Atlanna, who felt that surface-dwellers were a scourge and needed to be punished for polluting the seas and ocean life, taking up the moniker of Ocean Master and becoming a warring zealot in protecting the oceans. Naturally, he came to blows with his half-brother, Arthur Curry, who would later be known as Aquaman. Feeling that his authority was being challenged and that he was defensive about surface dwellers given that he was raised in the surface world, Orm took to combating against his brother various times, firmly establishing himself as one of Aquaman's greatest foes as their battle for the throne of Atlantis became a significant aspect of their histories.
  • Orm was initially unaware that Aquaman had ascended into the Pantheon, given that he was too busy in his duties of trying to govern his followers to protect the oceans form potential threats. However, on one such occasion, he would be truly surprised when he stumbled across Poseidon, the Greek God of the Seas. This was where Orm realized something bizarre was going on and questioned Poseidon about it. The Greek God took to explaining that an alliance of nature was being formed by Gaea, revealing the existence and nature of the Pantheon to the Atlantean. Intrigued, Orm readied his troops and declared that it is time to venture into new territories, personally thanking Poseidon for telling him about the Pantheon.
  • While Orm is keen in learning more about the Pantheon, he asserts that his loyalties are to Atlantis first and foremost. While an understandable stance, he's also become a very stingy Wild Card among the many deities. He's still pessimistic about surface-dwellers, but the fact that Aquaman is not just friends with so many of them, but also well-acquaintanced with beings from space made him rather consider if alliances outside the water is the best solution he's got.
  • While patrolling the Aquatic Life Sub-House, Orm came across the titan Gaea. Learning about him via his earlier interaction with Poseidon, Gaea questioned what Orm's intentions and plans were, to which he stated that he was more concerned about the state of Atlantis and wishing to protect it. He also said that this extended to the ocean's life and domain as well, as he feels that the stronger the environment and it's inhabitants is, the more secure Atlantis will be. Gaea respected the gesture and even allowed him an entry to the Grand United Alliance of Nature. He gave it a hard thought but ultimately decided that he was too busy. He did, however, tell Gaea that he is willing to help her out in looking after the waters and dealing with any threatening forces, to which the Titaness decided that she is willing to take up the offer.
  • Him and Aquaman have a rather... complex relationship. Orm sincerely believes that he is fit to rule the kingdom of Atlantis and doesn't really believe that his brother is up to the task, despite Aquaman proving himself the superior brother more times than not. That's not to say Orm has defeated his older brother at times, but more often than not, Orm is humbled and forced to retreat. Times have changed, however, as Orm has decided to establish a new underwater domain, the City of Dagon, taking alongside him Atlantean mutants and outcasts with whom he would rule over.
    • Despite his constant battles for the throne, Orm actually does have some affection for his brother, although he doesn't express it all too often. Should a world-ending threat occur, Orm will consider the possibility of an alliance with Aquaman. Still, it's not without a degree of vitriol, given how Orm is determined to fight for Atlantis. Arthur, on the other hand, will fight with his brother but anticipates any moment where he would dare to strike him once the greater threat is over.
  • His perception towards the surface-dwellers have actually been softened over the years. During the invasion of the Crime Syndicate, Orm stumbled across a mother and son named Erin and Tommy Shaw and, after having a conflicting thought, decided to save the two from drowning while the Justice League fought against the Crime Syndicate. Orm and Erin developed feelings for one another and planned to marry, although Orm had to leave for Atlantis after Aquaman's presumed death and a duel against Mera regarding Atlantis. Despite leaving them, Orm does have a lot of affection for his fiance and stepson, musing if he'll ever reunite with them.
  • Obviously enough, the surface-dwellers that he hates the most are those who recklessly pollute and are not caring about the damage it causes. Chief among them is Mr Burns, who is outright dismissive about the fact that his businesses actually damage the ecosystem around his industrial workplaces. Orm has, more than once, threatened him that if any drop of his filth comes down to either Atlantis or the City of Dagon, then Orm will not hesitate to execute Mr Burns without consequence.
  • He appreciates what Archie has tried to do in an attempt to expand the waters of his world in order to create a more hospitable place hor humans and Pokemon alike. By extension, Orm was also intrigued by Kyogre due to it's mythical status as a guardian of the sea. He does seek to attain the Legendary Pokemon as a partner at some point, though he does feel some sort of contention over the fact that it's currently paired by Kira Daidouji, whom he feels is too irresponsible to be in control of such a majestic beast.
  • Orm and Aquaman's relationship is, in a sense, rather similar to Thor and Loki, especially given that there's a full-blooded and a half-blooded brother who feud with one other constantly, yet do share personal feelings with one another, even if it's rare. Because of this, Loki found Orm to be a rather fascinating figure to converse with and proposed the idea of an alliance to get what they desire so much. Orm accepted, from one brother to another (metaphorically) and the two have become a notable duo of troublemakers.
    • Despite this, even Orm is very aware of Loki's reputation as the Norse God of Mischief. Not that he is a Manipulative Bastard himself when he has to be, but one of the reasons he's allied himself with Loki is because both of them are pretty short on allies and are very aware that their actions will benefit anyone, hero or villain. Heck, both know each other well enough that they're thinking ahead of one another's betrayal should it ever happen. That said, Orm and Loki remain chummy as they can relate and can't waste an opportunity.
  • To Orm's amusement, there's more denizens to the underwater realm than just Atlanteans. Unfortunately for him, most of them are rather questionable of the man himself. The most obvious of them is the mermaid Ariel and her daughter Melody, who were not in approval for what Orm did during his fights for Atlantis, not to mention the two of them were friends of Aquaman. Ariel also criticized him for trying to attack the surface, which meant putting innocents in harm's way, to which Orm replied with how he's mellowing out and is more dedicated to managing the City of Dagon for the moment. He also compared Ariel to himself in the sense that both of them had a relationship with a human (in Ariel's case, Prince Eric) and that while yes, he left Erin and Tommy, he is genuinely fond of them regardless. While not in the best of terms, Ariel and Melody are currently under ceasefire as they don't pose any threat to Orm and he personally feels as if they could make for a potential ally someday.
  • Like his brother, Orm has utmost control of the ocean's fauna and will very often use them either as a defence for his domain and as an attacking raid against his opponents. Such a feat was an attraction to those who sought strong opponents, most notably Kisame Hoshikagi, who decided to demonstrate his prowess against the Ocean Master. A tough fight brewed in the waters, with Orm and Kisame evening their strengths out, much to Kisame's delight. Despite the unwelcomed reception, Kisame stated that he doesn't have any ill-will towards Orm and even told asked if they could hang out, should they fight again. Orm stated that he'll let Kisame pass, for now, that is if the swordsman doesn't spend too much time disrupting the ocean's natural balance by helping sharks kill their prey.
  • Utterly despises Lyle Tiberius Rourke, a sentiment that hardly anyone could challenge Orm for. It's not just that Rourke only cares about himself, but he's more than willing to destroy Atlantis if it means getting a set of treasures and fame. Additionally, Rourke is idiotic in a sense, wanting more when the fact that he discovered Atlantis would have earned him lots. Orm finds it amusing that his Greed killed him and he is not afraid of mocking Rourke about it whenever they meet.
    • By extension, he has a lot more respect for Milo Thatch. Oh sure, the guy wouldn't stand a chance against him and his Adorkable nature wouldn't exactly win Orm over, but at least Milo risked a lot to save Atlantis and was willing to negotiate with their people, eventually winning their trust. It also helps that Erin and Tommy have softened Orm's perception towards humankind, so he's actually pretty cordial towards Milo, even offering him a visit to the City of Dagon if he's ever interested.
  • As a royal figure, Orm's relationship with the House of Royalty is on incredibly awkward terms. His crimes are not forgotten, that's for sure, though he is a respectable leader and military commander according to his followers. The majority of the House find some of his "Atlanteans are superior" prospect to be nauseating, though his criticisms towards the fact that the ocean is being polluted and recklessly disregarded is something that he's correct about. They're under ceasefire, given that Orm has been less militant as of lately, though he will not hesitate to strike if his territories are suspected of being attacked.
    • Princess Celestia and Princess Luna are two royal siblings that have confronted Orm about his issues, though the Atlantean was amused to see a sisterly pair who dearly loved one another, in spite of having some problems with one another. Orm himself can connect with Luna as the antagonistic sibling (a former one in Luna's case as Nightmare Moon) and the younger one, though the Alicorn tends to shy away from the Atlantean, mainly because of his own ruthless and templar-esque demeanour. That said, they aren't on bad terms as Orm does feel like Celestia and Luna's love for one another does remind him of being rather affectionate of Aquaman.
    • Another prince was the Edenian, Rain, who unlike the other monarchs was a villainous traitor who was determined to rule over Edenia and had little loyalty to anyone beyond himself. Orm initially considered an alliance until Rain suddenly demanded leadership, and this was where Orm realized that he's simply not worth allying with. They had a tough battle against one another, which concluded with Rain wanting to one day prove Orm who's the better wielder of water, which the Ocean Master scoffs and tells him to adjust his attitude.
  • Because he has such a vitriolic relationship with his brother, Orm sometimes has to deal with other heroes, most notably the Justice League, given that there are times where he slips into extremism and trying to destroy settlements that are housed by innocents. There was a time where Orm was an utterly depraved warmonger who wanted to kill Aquaman and his son simply because the former wouldn't kill surface-dwellers and the League had to step in to deal with his madness. Orm tends to not mention or even think about that occasion, given how he has changed over time.
    • That said, Orm was shocked and terrified about the existence of Earth -11 and a version of Bruce (or rather, Bryce) Wayne, who decided to become an aquatic metahuman known as The Drowned and proceeded to usurp and rule Atlantis, alongside killing Aquawoman out of revenge for the death of Sylvester Kyle and her total distrust against metahumans in general. That fact that she would likely target him made Orm consider working with Aquaman and the Justice League for once as The Drowned works with Barbatos and The Batman Who Laughs, both of whom crave universal destruction. As antagonistic as he can be, Orm doesn't want the world destroyed and cares enough about his subordinates and their needs.
  • Due to his ties to Altlantean Royalty, Orm is also a resident of the Heirs Sub-House.
My crown will flood this city! It will throw the oceans down upon it! And I will show your world that Atlantis is not afraid!

    The Queen (ICO
The Queen, Goddess of Familial Body Snatchers
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  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: Shadows, castle
  • Theme Song: "Queen"
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: A very nasty queen, abused her daughter Yorda and only cared about her as a vessel, can turn people into stone and would have murderized Ico if not for having two pillars that nullify her powers in her own throne room, takes her castle with her upon defeat
  • Domains: Royalty, Abuse, Boss Fights, Castles, Shadows, Body Theft
  • Allies: Don Quixote, The Child Abuse Supporters, The Evil Queen, Zouken Matou, Dante, The Heartless
  • Enemies: Ico and Yorda, Wander, Agro, The Colossi, FIS Receptor Children
  • Ambiguous Relations: Orochimaru, Xehanort's Incarnations
  • The castle that Ico and Yorda spent so much time trying to escape belonged to this shadowy monarch. She is ultimately responsible for Ico's imprisonment that landed him in the castle in the first place; her purpose for him, as it turned out, was for him to die and join her horde of shadow warriors, but that was not to be as he managed to escape his coffin through dumb luck. And then there were the Queen's designs regarding her daughter Yorda, whom she planned to use as a vessel to transfer her life into, as a replacement for her ageing body. And no, the Queen had no qualms about subjecting her own daughter to such an abhorrent thing. Ico decided to take Yorda with him, so the Queen sent her shadows to block their progress. Once Yorda was snatched from him, Ico found his way into the Queen's throne room and slayed her, destroying the accursed castle and fully freeing himself and Yorda.
  • Something strange was going on with the Colossi, as they were invading populated areas and destroying everything around them, and even the most peaceful members were suddenly displaying extreme hostility. Yorda heard what was going on and convinced a reluctant Wander (who only acquiesced because the Colossi were acting so wild, not even he stood a chance against them) to take her and Ico so she could attempt to pacify them. Yorda soon found that a dark force was controlling her friends, one that felt eerily like mommie dearest. Yorda ultimately managed to regain control of the Colossi and the darkness inside them floated away to coalesce somewhere else. That somewhere else turned out to be Don Quixote's temple, and the mad knight, seeing the distressed damsel begging for his help against the hoodlums that had attacked her, turned his sword on Wander and the children, demanding to know the meaning of it all. He would not believe Wander, Yorda or Ico's words about him harboring an evil queen, so Wander, who refused to fight one of his few allies, decided it was a lost cause and left with the protesting children, telling them they had to resign themselves that the Queen was here to stay (but he would make sure she couldn't get her hands on them, or the Colossi, ever again).
  • So it was that by causing a ruckus and fooling a crazed old man (whom she keeps wrapped around her little finger for the future) that the Queen came to be in the Pantheon. Given this new form of immortality she found herself with, you'd think the Queen would give up on any designs of taking over Yorda's body, given there's no real need for it to happen anymore. Whether or not that has occurred to her, it seems like she has no intentions of leaving Yorda and Ico in peace, be it because of her vexation at being defeated by them or she is just so vain that she simply needs a younger body to feel fulfilled. Thankfully for Yorda and Ico, they are no longer all on their own facing up against this enemy, as they have made a lot of friends who are more than glad to help in not letting the monstrous Queen have her way. Unfortunately for them, that goes both ways.
  • There's a persistent rumor that the Queen is in fact Mono, the girl that Wander worked so hard to save. Naturally, this severely offends Wander, who refuses to believe his beloved Mono could turn into someone so vile, and those who go up to him to insist the theory holds water are putting themselves at risk of getting stabbed for the sake of Mono's honor. The Queen herself has heard the theory and has some interest in Wander and Mono because of it, especially as Wander is also speculated to be the ancestor of the horned children that were sacrificed to her to become her shadow soldiers. Seeing Wander's devotion to Mono, the Queen believes that if Wander could ever be convinced that she is the same person as his lady, she might have a fiercely loyal warrior in her hands. Wander is so staunchly against the idea that it would require careful, long-term manipulation, though.
  • Her temple couldn't really be anything else but the massive, puzzle-laden castle she calls home, lovingly restored in the Pantheon after it fell to ruins back in her world after she was defeated. The castle is so intricate that she couldn't ask for better defense against those who would trespass with the goal of killing her, although it does also attract a good number of adventurers who are just interested in solving the puzzles than killing her. The Queen's lack of interest in killing, or even showing herself to, this last type of trespasser might pass for the one act of "kindness" she is capable of; she probably just doesn't want to bother herself with such a non-issue.
  • Has the full support of The Child Abuse Supporters behind her, particularly fellow monarch Fire Lord Ozai. They are simply aghast at how Yorda can be such an ungrateful child to the one who birthed her and how she could have failed to fulfill the purpose her progenitor had designated for her. On a similar note, there is also the Evil Queen that attempted to murder Snow White, her stepdaughter, because she could not bear that her beauty came second to that of her ward. The Queen still considers her plans for Yorda to be about more than merely preserving her beauty, but she certainly seems to sympathize with the Evil Queen for having been frustrated in her pursuits. Both of them, and the Child Abuse Supporters as well, were dreadfully unlucky to have birthed such unruly children after all.
  • Her power to commit body-snatching specifically on her offspring is at the very least of interest to other deities with similar, probably more extensive powers in the same mould. Zouken Matou would like to do research into the type of magic that allows the Queen to do that, and in the meantime seems satisfied with helping her get her hands on Yorda, if only to get her mind off the possibility of going after alternate vessels, which he is always in need of given his quick-acting Possession Burnout, and he doesn't need the competition. Given Zouken put his granddaughter Sakura through unbelievably hellish procedures for the sake of turning her into a vessel, he is clearly indifferent about what the Queen is trying to do to her own flash and blood. The Queen also gets support in her goals from Zouken's rival Dante, who for a change seems to be in agreement with the old bag of worms about cutting down on the competition for new vessels.
  • Orochimaru and Xehanort are also infamous for their schemes involving body theft, but unlike Zouken and Dante, they appear to have no intention of helping the Queen with her goals; after suffering some very decisive defeats, Orochimaru and Xehanort seem to be more or less done with being active villains and would rather lay low than bring more righteous wrath upon themselves. That doesn't mean they are not interested in her powers (for the sake of scientific curiosity, they insist) and observing how things play out for her, and they will probably never bother to get in her way unless the heroes of their respective universes ask them to.
  • Xehanort was awfully polite to the Queen when she came knocking to inquire after the nature of those creatures of darkness known as the Heartless, which remind Her Majesty of her shadow soldiers. Hearing they are formed from beings who lose their hearts, she thinks that it's a much more effective process than her own method of locking children in coffins and waiting for them to die. Not to mention the Heartless seem to have far more variety of utility and powers than the shadow warriors. With these things in mind, the Queen decided to add the creatures to her ranks, and the Heartless seem rather glad about their new dark master. Xehanort gave her the token warning not to let herself be too taken in by the darkness or the Heartless would consume her, although the Queen, who's so steeped in darkness she may as well be made of it, might just be the sort of being for whom that would never be a concern. She certainly shows more promise than Maleficent, in his opinion.
  • For the Receptor Children Maria, Kirika and Shirabe, the Queen is basically an unrepentantly evil version of Finé, an ancient Babylonian priestess who had plans to possess one of them via Genetic Memory to fulfill her long term goals. However, Finé instead chose to throw away her goals and sacrifice herself to save Shirabe. Very unlike Finé's self-sacrificial nature, he Queen has never been known to show any warm feelings for anyone whatsoever, not even her own daughter who's a mere tool to her and whom she kept confined in a small cage, and for this the Receptor Children regard her as a beast they must take down in memory of their redeemed master.

Lesser Gods

    Bayek and Aya 
Bayek of Siwa and Aya of Alexandria, God and Goddess of Parents Who Outlive Their Offspring (Bayek: The Medjay, The Deliverer, The Crazy Siwan, The Sword of Apollodorus, The Bandit Killer, Amun | Aya: Goddess of Siwa, Amunet)
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  • Lesser God and Goddess
  • Symbol: The Hidden Ones' insignia
  • Theme Song: Assassin’s Creed Origins Main Theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Outlived Their Son, and avenged his death, Battle Couple, Dual Wielding, Greater-Scope Paragons, Precursor Heroes, First Mentors of the Hidden Ones, Amicable Exes
  • Domain(s): Parenthood, Loss, Revenge, Foundation, Assassination, Combat
  • Herald: Senu (Bayek's Eagle partner)
  • Allies:
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Night Raid, Boudicca
  • Enemies: Cleopatra, Julius Caesar, The Templar Order, Shay Cormac, Ramses II, Imhotep, Caligula, Nero, YHVH, Nerose Satanael, Qin Shi Huang, anyone who opposes free will, Alexander the Great
  • Worship: The Egyptian Gods
  • Respect: Leonidas I (Aya's ancestor)
  • Pity: Killua Zoldyck
  • Avoids:
  • Bayek was the last Medjay of Egypt during the late period of the Ptolemaic Kingdom, his duties largely revolved around him acting as a sheriff of sorts for his community. His wife Aya was a half-Greek, half-Egyptian woman from a well-respected family from Alexandria and was trained by him with his father's approval. In 49 BCE, the Order of the Ancients, a proto-Templar organization, murdered their son, Khemu, because he and Bayek refused to cooperate in unlocking the Siwa Vault for them. The grief-stricken couple subsequently embarked on a quest to avenge their son, systematically assassinating every individual who had participated in the plot. During this time, Aya served as an agent of Cleopatra VII during Cleopatra's war for the throne of Egypt. Bayek followed Aya's lead and pledged his service to Cleopatra as her personal Medjay, in the process embroiling himself in the Alexandrine Civil War against Ptolemy XIII. However, following the conflict's conclusion, Cleopatra and her newfound Roman ally Julius Caesar openly aligned themselves with the Order. In response, Bayek gathered their main allies in Alexandria and established the Hidden Ones to counter the Order of the Ancients by fighting to protect innocent people and defend free will.
  • Bayek extends his vow of the Medjay from protecting merely Egyptians to protecting all who live in Egypt, regardless of race and religion, leading him to kill corrupt Egytptians to protect innocent Greek and Roman colonists, several of whom he befreinded afterwards. This arguably set the precedent of equaity of justice and kindness in the Brotherhood of Assassins centuries later.
  • Bayek originally entered the Pantheon as one of Ezio Auditore's many followers. Out of respect, Ezio wished to find a title for Bayek in order to let him ascend into the pantheon. After learning of Bayek's backstory, Ezio offered him the title of God of Parents Who Outlive Their Offspring, which Bayek accepted on the condition that his ex-wife Aya be allowed to ascend alongside him, as she was also instrumental in the Brotherhood's foundation, which Ezio approved.
  • Bayek and Aya were pleasantly surprised to encounter Brutus within the pantheon, as he had been one of the earliest members of their Brotherhood. However, Aya was particularly annoyed to learn of how their assassination of Caesar received rather mixed receptions, although both her and Brutus have made it clear that they don't regret it.
  • The presence of Caesar and Cleopatra in the Pantheon unsurprisingly outraged both of them, given how those two had betrayed them. Both Caesar and Cleopatra were alarmed to learn of their ascension and increased security within their temples as a result.
  • They get along quite well with several fellow Egyptians in the Pantheon. Bayek and Aya were initially alarmed by Anakaris, as Bayek had previously fought against apparitions of deceased pharaohs conjured up by an Apple of Eden and believed that Anakaris was another such case. However, after realizing their mistake and getting used to him being an actual mummy, they quickly grew to like him. They're similarly on good terms with Overwatch operatives Ana and Fareema Ahari and have expressed a degree envy of their close bond, as it reminds them of their son Khemu. They also strongly respect Zia Rashid, an Egyptian magician who served as a host of Ra himself.
  • Due to their experiences with Cleopatra, they have a strong dislike of evil monarchs. Unsurprisingly, they don't like Ramses II, who nearly destroyed his own kingdom through his stubbornness and pride. They similarly dislike Imhotep, who was formerly the high priest of Seti I but ultimately murdered him due to having had an affair with Seti's mistress.
  • Both of them respect King Leonidas I, who fought against the invading Persians and opposed the Cult of Kosmos, a proto-Templar group. Leonidas himself has expressed a fondness of Aya after discovering that she's descended from him.
  • They sympathize with Killua Zoldyck, who received especially brutal training due to being the heir of a legendary family of assassins. They were happy to learn of how he's reformed and is consciously trying to be a good person.
  • As the founders of the Hidden Ones, they are opposed to YHVH, Nerose Satanael and Qin Shi Huang, who each desire to erase free will in order to achieve utopia.
  • Exclusive to Bayek:
    • Bayek is on friendly terms with Asterix, whom he helped out against a Roman soldier when they first met. Their shared dislike of Caesar further helped them get along, although Asterix is rather uncomfortable with Bayek's use of lethal force.
    • Bayek generally avoids Ardyn Izunia, whom he freed after the latter crashed into the Meidum Pyramid. Ardyn doesn't particularly care for Bayek, but has remarked that he appreciates Bayek having freed him.
  • Exclusive to Aya:
    • Being the founder of the Roman Brotherhood, Aya is dedicated towards combating tyrannical rulers such as the Roman Emperors Caligula and Nero. Caligula, in particular, hates her due to having been killed by a member of the Hidden Ones, while Nero tends to be more fearful of her, as he's uncertain whether or not the Brotherhood played a part in his death.
    • Due to being a bit of an extremist, Aya occasionally teams up with Boudicca, the queen of the Iceni tribe who is well-known for her rebellion against the Roman Empire. While the two managed to bond over how they both sought to avenge what happened to their respective offspring, even Aya disapproves of Boudicca's willingness to kill innocent Roman civilians as well.
  • The two have conflicting feelings on Alexander the Great. Aya respects him as a legendary conqueror of men while Bayek despises him for exactly the same reason: a mass-murderer who subjugated his people.

    Bron 
Bron, Saurian God of Justified Parental Abandonments
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The silhouette of a Longneck with an eclipse behind it
  • Alignment: Neutral Good with Lawful tendencies
  • Portfolio: Gentle Giant Sauropod, Was Forced to Abandon his Original Family due to the Earthshake, Didn't Get to See Littlefoot Until much Later in the Latter's Story, Nice Guy, Lightning Bruiser, Genuinely Thought Littlefoot Died, Decided to Start a New Herd and Family, Good Parents, Like Father, Like Son
  • Domains: Dinosaurs, Fatherhood, Migration, Separation, Family
  • Heralds: His Longneck Herd, particularly Shorty (his adopted son)
  • High Priestess: Nana Shimura
  • Followers: Zor-El and Alura In-Ze
  • Allies: The Gang of Seven (Especially Littlefoot, his son), Speckles, The Ice Age Herd, Bix, Dino, Hoppy, Harry and his Dinosaurs, Alan Grant, Ian Malcolm, John Hammond, Mufasa, Simba, Whitebeard, Toriel, Zilla Jr., Angurius, Sludge, Eliza Thornberry, The Monster Hunters
  • Enemies: The Sharptooth, One Eye, Indominus Rex, Indoraptor, Spinosaurusl, Riptor, Gwangi, Deviljho, Scar Dag, Hunter J, Fatalis, Nergigante, The Child Abuse Supporters
  • On Neutral Terms With: Loana, Godzilla, The Dinobots (Barring Sludge)
  • Opposes: Megatron (Beast Wars), Malekith
  • Wary Of: Rexie, The Raptor Pack, The Carnotaurs, Kroq-Gar and Grymloq, Monoblos, Diablos
  • The story of the Gang of Five is one of the most well known of any dinosaurs. However, their leader, Littlefoot, still had a few unresolved issues he had to deal with, namely the lack of any proper parental figures beyond his grandparents. Sometime later, Littlefoot had a terrible "sleep story", in which the Sun, or Bright Circle, fell from the sky. It was a dream shared by his grandparents as well. Driven by instinct, the three Brontosaurs left the Great Valley, joining other Longnecks of different species on a long migration, travelling to a vast crater to attend what they assumed would be a once-in-a-lifetime event. One of them, Bron, bore a strong resemblance to Littlefoot, which honestly made sense when the latter was told by his grandfather that the former was his son.
    • The revelation shocked Littlefoot and, for a brief moment, was very hesitant to face his father. Bron then revealed that while Littlefoot was still in his egg, he decided to venture off of his home whilst promising his mate that he would come back. He failed to find a new place to migrate to and, to make matters worse, by the time he returned to his home, it was already wracked by an "Earthshake". He came to the conclusion that his mate and son had died and was forced to venture off on his own, eventually deciding to create his own herd along the way. That way, father and son were able to bond and they worked together in stalling off a trio of Sharpteeth before a solar eclipse scared them off and all the other dinosaurs got to witness it. Afterwards, Littlefoot chose to remain by his friends and grandparents while Bron had to travel elsewhere with his herd, ensuring that the two were able to go their separate ways on good terms with one another.
  • Littlefoot managed to maintain contact with his father for quite some time and, at one point, set off to save him after Bron was trapped by a separated piece of land in a lava lake and was trapped and injured. As for the Pantheon, he was appointed as a Herald of his son, though it meant that he was almost exclusively native to The Great Valley. However, his story of being forced to abandon his home clicked with a lot of parents and deities who had a similar experience, in addition to thinking about losing a close associate, be it their child, a friend or a mentor. As a result, Bron became notable enough where he became appointed a proper position in the Pantheon. While Littlefoot was more than happy to see his father be a representative for the Pantheon, the father Apatosaurus himself was rather hesitant of the position. He did eventually accept it, if mainly because his son and his friends would now be needing him more than ever.
  • Bron is one of the few dinosaurs with a rather unorthodox position in the Pantheon. While the representation of justified parental abandonments makes sense, it makes the Apatosaurus stick out like a sore thumb in the House of Family and Relatives. For starters, he's one of their largest and most distinctive-looking residents there, being a giant sauropod dinosaur there. That, and Bron's first time properly meeting with humans were awkward. He wondered why kids really liked to see him and how adults were musing the prospect of a dinosaur being a part of a group representing relatives and families. Fortunately, he's a compassionate and protective figure and parent, but Bron has admitted that getting to adjust himself would be a little cumbersome.
    • The closest friend Bron has in the HPF is Mufasa, who is ironically a predatory lion that preys on other animals. Regardless, both share a very good relationship with one another as well-meaning fathers who put up a lot to provide for their close ones. Mufasa has openly expressed his condolences for Bron's mate whereas the Apatosaurus encourages the lion to be warier about his close ones. They don't being up Scar all that much but seeing as he was a vile, treacherous excuse of a lion who was all too willing to kill his brother and nephew for leadership, Bron seeks to ensure Shorty doesn't turn out that way. And so far, he's succeeding, which Mufasa commends him for.
      • Through Mufasa, Bron also came into contact with Simba and managed to connect with him as they went through a similar situation of being left all alone to fend for themselves before finding a new company to keep them happy and satisfied for the time being before being reunited with their original family and group. Simba finds some kind of admiration for Bron in that he was willing to try to reconnect with his son and treats nearly everyone he meets with respect, whereas Bron praises Simba's journey of becoming a better individual over time before returning to the Pride Lands to take back the throne from Scar. They're both hoping to take a few notes from one another to be better individuals.
  • He quickly became well-adjusted and content with those who were willing to take under someone as one of their own and look after them, such as Toriel and Edward Newgate. Bron found admiration for Toriel's benevolent nature and only wanting what was best for Frisk, with the favour being returned when Toriel took sympathy for what Bron went through and stating that he's doing a good job in keeping Littlefoot in contact. As for the latter, also known famously as Whitebeard, the latter similarly respects Bron for being similar in how they treat their adopted families and how willing they are to protect them. Bron wishes Whitebeard well, though does stay wary of him, given that Whitebeard's primary powers are generating "Earthshakes" with the Tremor-Tremor Fruit. While the acknowledgement was awkward to say the least, Whitebeard tries to make sure he doesn't upset his friend too much due to his powers.
  • Bron personally never met the Sharptooth and vice-versa during their mortal lives. And even then, despite knowing that the murderer of his mate was an ascended deity, Bron chose to not confront Sharptooth and instead tend to his own matters, namely taking care of his herd, looking after Littlefoot and his friends and being a loyal supporter for the HPF. As for Sharptooth himself, nothing is more overwhelming than the thought of revenge and decided to attack Bron simply to spite Littlefoot. Like his mate before him, Bron fought back and, with the help of Littlefoot, managed to drive the vicious T. rex away, who has since made it an objective to hunt down and kill the father and the son at some point.
    • Some have claimed that Sharptooth becoming vindictive and violent may have something to do with his partnership with another evil Tyrannosaurus known as One Eye, who has made no secret on how merciless he was. In some aspects, Bron thinks One Eye is worse than Sharptooth; while Sharptooth may be a vicious beast, One Eye is more intelligent and cunning than one would expect and takes no chances in sparing his prey just because. Bron makes sure that he never comes across his loved ones.
  • To his surprise, Bron found himself meeting up with the Tarbosaurus known as Speckles. Like Simba, he was also forced to fend for himself after his family was killed by the aforementioned One Eye, though in Speckles' case, it was worse as he still had to live through another series of tragedies, much of which involved One Eye in some way. As Speckles was well-acquainted with the Gang of Seven, Bron was perplexed to see, in his words, an adult Sharptooth, get along with his son and his best friends. Speckles stated that he has no reason to oppose them and the two have a lot in common. The two have since developed an Odd Friendship due to some similarities, plus both trying to make a concentrates effort to be as much of an active father as possible while still grieving over the death of their mates.
  • Like his son, while Bron is very protective of the Great Valley, he is also heavily accustomed to travelling, given that he migrated a lot around different areas after the "Earthshake". He's often seen around the more hospitable areas of the House of Nature with his herd, and he sometimes bumps into the Gang of Seven as the younger dinosaurs are prone to exploring different places as well. Bron does worry about approaching the Hall of Earth and Rock, if mainly because the occasional rumbles of the land are quick to remind the Apatosaurus of the "Earthshake" and chooses to not remind himself of the event all too much.
  • Sauropods (or "Longnecks") are among the most popular dinosaurs to the public eye and given that Bron is one of them, he quickly became a celebrated figure for the House of Childhood and Adolescence. Of the many children there, it was obviously Harry who ended up being the most awestruck by Bron due to his huge passion for dinosaurs in general. Bron, in turn, was endeared by Harry's precocious nature and was interested to hear of his bucket list of dinosaurs, one of which was also an Apatosaurus named Patsy. In a sense, Harry is an adoptive father/brother-figure to his dinosaur friends, which Bron was able to take notice of fairly early on, which is one of the reasons why the two are good friends with one another.
  • Unlike Sharptooth and One Eye, Bron doesn't really have anything against carnivorous dinosaurs, even if he's fought against several of them alongside his son. As a result, some like Rexie and the Carnotaurus duo, despite being some of the deadliest dinosaurs in the Pantheon, are best left to their own devices as they're just animals who are living out a life that Mother Nature had intended them to live out like. The Raptor Pack and Kroq-Gar, however, are rather complicated; the former are trained dinosaurs, but without Owen's guidance, they are just as vicious and unruly as any other Velociraptor and the latter, while well-meaning in general is utterly ruthless in his goals and incredibly territorial about Lustria.
    • That's not to say that there are a few other dinosaurs who are persistent in wreaking havoc whenever possible. The most notorious example of the Indominus and Indoraptor, a pair of genetically engineered dinosaurs with the DNA of several theropods spliced with one another. Much like Sharptooth and One Eye, they're just as cruel and determined for their habit of taking out prey for amusement. In fact, Bron steers clear of the Indominus due to her penchant for killing anything in her path while the Indoraptor has attempted to stalk the Gang of Seven a few times. Regardless of the situation, Bron will come to his son's aid the moment Bron finds out Littlefoot is under threat and is even willing to offer a temporary alliance with Rexie and the Raptor Pack due to just how dangerous they are.
    • While not actively malicious in any way, the Deviljho is a brutal force of nature that threatens anything it crosses paths with due to its neverending hunger. So much so that the Brute Wyvern's presence in the Great Valley alone meant that the land was in grave danger and even a large group of dinosaurs would do nothing to stop Deviljho. Thankfully, a team of Monster Hunters were able to provide assistance and lure the Devourer of Worlds away, an act that earned the group Bron's respect. A similar situation regarding Nergigante had the Hunters promise that they would keep in check of the Great Valley and provide aid. Bron sees to aiding the Monster Hunters, though he does reprimand them that no hunting is allowed in his nor his son's domains, which they reciprocated out of trust.
  • As an animal who spends his time travelling with his herd, he once stumbled across a sandy terrain where they caught a glimpse of Monoblos and Diablos at separate points. However, despite their tendency of being viciously territorial and aggressive, the two Flying Wyverns don't really display any animosity towards the Longnecks, which was a relief. In fact they did witness Diablos fighting against One Eye at one point and realized just how formidable the beast was. Even then, Bron is wise enough to keep his distance; Monoblos and Diablos may not mind other creatures entering their fields, but it's recommended not to cross paths with them either. The fact that Littlefoot himself has had some experience with them also helped. That said, they do stick out towards the other hostile herbivores that Bron knew back then in the sense that they don't display any racial distrust or superiority.
  • While the House of Family and the Monster Hunters have provided Bron with developing his familiarity towards humans, he was also forced to accept the fact that the worst of them can be just as bad as the worst of Sharpteeth, if not, far worse. A certain Pokémon Hunter J happens to be a frequent intruder to the Great Valley and her deplorable actions for suddenly attacking and capturing creatures without remorse would obviously give Bron a reason to oppose her, as do most animals. Though Hunter J does upset Bron, as he's getting to see how much good humans can be when they get down to cooperating with other creatures, and then there's those who will gladly sell out, kill and traumatize animals without feeling a shred of remorse. Thankfully, his human friends have gotten Bron to firmly think more about the positive side of things.

    Cassandra Cain-Wayne/Batgirl III/Orphan II and Damian Wayne/Robin V 
Cassandra Cain-Wayne and Damian Wayne, Divine Protectors of Troubled Children (Cassandra: Cass, Batgirl, Black Bat, Orphan II | Damian: Ibn Al Xu'ffasch [birth name], Damian Wayne-al Ghul, Son of Batman, Redbird, Robin V, Regime Nightwing)
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Cassandra Cain-Wayne
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Damian Wayne
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbols: The Batgirl and Robin insignias; alternatively, a photo of the Batfamily
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (most of the time)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Heroes, Children of Bad Mothers, Gotham City
  • Additional Relationships:
  • Allies:
  • Conflicting Opinion: on Selina Kyle/Catwoman
  • Worthy Opponents: Cassie Cage (not because her and Cassandra share the same first name and nickname, mind you), Natasha Romanoff/Black Widow, Elizabeth Braddock/Psylocke, Ryu Hayabusa, Kitty Pryde/Shadowcat
  • Enemies:
  • In General:
    • Talia al Ghul and Lady Shiva were not surprised to hear that their respective child's ascension had just been cleared. They had suspected that it had been Talia's 'Beloved' that was responsible for their ascension. Surprisingly, Bruce was innocent, as the news shocked even him. Not even Ra's himself knew of the pair's ascension until Talia had told him. The culprits behind Damian and Cassandra's ascension were the other deified members of the Batfamily, with both Barbara Gordon and Dick Grayson leading the effort.
    • Ra's al Ghul was surprised to find out that his grandson has come to the Pantheon. He is also privy to David Cain's attempts to mold Cassandra into the perfect assassin/bodyguard. While Ra's knows that David did it for the League, even he found his methods to be extreme.
    • Both Liu Kang and Kitana have past dealings with Bruce Wayne and were not impressed with the Batfamily's newest additions to the Pantheon. Damian and Cassandra then challenged the older couple to kombat. In the ensuing two-on-two fight, the deified Emperor and Empress of the Netherrealm got their asses handed to them. Cassie Cage, her parents, Jacqui Briggs, her dad, and the rest of Team S-F watched the match in schadenfreud-tastic hilarity that Liu and Kitana lost to a pair of teenagers.
    • Aside from Liu and Kitana, Havik and Hotaru have both taken an interest in Damian and Cassandra, due to their dark pasts and their shared ties with the League of Assassins. Havik wants to bring the pair back into the ways of Chaos, while Hotaru believes that such talent is wasted under Bruce Wayne. The feuding representatives of Order and Chaos are actively trying to recruit both Damian and Cassandra to their ranks...and are still trying to kill each other.
    • S.H.I.E.L.D. has also shown interest in Cassandra and Damian. But seeing as how their loyalties are with Bruce Wayne, recruiting them to S.H.I.E.L.D. is considered to be a futile gesture.
    • When your dad/parental figure happens to be the goddamn Batman and your mothers are world-class assassins, you're earned those bragging rights...not counting the times Mommy has tried to kill you in the past. In Damian's case, Talia succeeded. Thankfully, he wasn't dead for very long.
    • They really, really hate those who use child soldiers, given their pasts. For Cassandra and Damian, the exception to the 'no kill' rule is any deity who profits from using child soldiers.
  • Exclusive to Cassandra:
    • You thought Lady Shiva being her mom is bad, her father was much, much worse. David Cain had groomed Cass from birth to become the ultimate assassin and bodyguard for Ra's al Ghul, which meant that Cass had underwent Training from Hell that would make even Leonidas ill. David Cain taught her to watch the other person's movements and body language in order to predict, with uncanny accuracy, their next move. If she disobeyed, then she would be shot in non-vital areas as punishment, with the threat of being shot again should she cry out from the pain.
    • The deified members of the Pantheon were horrified when Cass told her story about the training she had been forced to go under. A standing agreement was made by most of the deities, good and bad. Should David Cain ever ascend to the Pantheon, he's gonna pay.
    • Cassandra has made friends with Laura Kinney. Both girls connected over their shared pasts, learning how to become trained killers, but instead chose to use their skills for good.
    • The last time Cass had been in the same room with her mother, it had ended with Shiva KO'ed by her little girl. Barbara has told her that Sandra is in the Pantheon, but Cass is still apprehensive about having a meeting with her mother.
      • Fortunately for Cassandra, Sandra had sought her out, arriving at her and Damian's temple. It's unknown what was said between mother and daughter, but Sandra left the meeting with a (barely visible) smile on her face, while Cass herself had a grin on her face. Mother and daughter have a long way to go in regards to their reconciliation, but at least they're talking.
    • One past story arc had Cass finding religion after saving a priest. However, that angle did not stick, but Cass has shown an interest in religion, and was seen talking to Sophitia Alexandra. She does, however, keep her distance from the more religious nutbars in the Pantheon.
    • While Cassandra is often thought of as the second Batgirl, she’s actually the third. That’s because Barbara wasn’t the first Batgirl. In fact, Barbara is the second Batgirl. A very long time ago, there was a young woman who wore the cowl and fought crime before Barabara and Cass did. That woman’s name was Bette Kane and she was the Silver Age Batgirl. Bette isn’t in the pantheon but she and Cass met once as member of Young Justice, Bette is very proud of her cousin Cass. As the original Batgirl, Bette considers Barbara, Cassandra and Stephanie to be worthy successors to the Batgirl mantle (although she's peeved about the loss of the hyphen)...and even better Batgirls than she ever was. Still, the three successive Batgirls do gather from time to time to pay their respects to Bette for what she had started all those years ago as Batwoman’s sidekick.
  • Exclusive to Damian:
    • Like Cassandra, Damian is not on very good terms with his mother. Being killed by your very own clone designed by Mommy can put a serious dent in that relationship. However, Damian has a good relationship with Grandpa Ra's, despite that Damian decided to stick with Papa Wayne instead of leading the League when the time came.
      • Bruce and Ra's are putting pressure on Talia to go and make amends for her past crimes against Damian. While Talia longs to have a relationship with her son once again, she also knows that Damian can hold a grudge, like her.
    • In another timeline, Damian had joined forces with High Councillor Kal-El after accidentally killing Dick Grayson. Suffice to say, Damian does not like this future version of himself. Talia, on the other hand, approves, as Regime Superman managed to get her son over Batman's 'no-kill' policy. "Why couldn't my son be more like that?" Talia had lamented.
    • In another universe, Damian's mother is not Talia al Ghul, but rather Selina Kyle. At first, Damian refuses to follow his parents into the crimefighting business, but he becomes Robin when Joker Jr. causes the building his parents were in to collapse, killing them both. Speaking of Selina, he does have some form of respect for her.
    • Damian has a thing for blondes. And The Pantheon has plenty of blond deities. If said blonde has the blue eyes to match, then you got his interest. "May the Gods help us all once Master Damian reaches puberty, Master Wayne," Alfred once said to Bruce, who agreed with his butler's words. As it turns out, Supergirl, Cassie Cage, Emma Frost, and Cammy White top the list of blondes Damian has his eyes on.
    • While Damian has been growing out of his mindset as an assassin thanks to the Batfamily's influence (as well as some others that Bruce has looking out for him and Cass, such as Blade and Power Girl), there are some buttons you should not press. Harm innocent children? Be somewhere else. Threaten his family, especially his dad and Dick? Start praying.

    Rock Howard 
Rock Howard, God of Heroes with Villainous Parents
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His jacket surrounded by two purple wings
  • Theme Song: Emergence, Sympathy For The Wolves
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Heartbroken Badass with an Oedipus Complex, The Hero of Garou: Mark of the Wolves, Early-Bird Cameo in Fatal Fury 3, Disappeared Dad
  • Domains: Fire, Air, Destruction, Good, Strength
  • Allies: Terry Bogard, Kim Jae Hoon and Kim Dong Hwan, Kim Kaphwan, Mai Shiranui, Jake Muller and Sherry Birkin, Anakin Skywalker, Luke Skywalker, K', Bit Cloud, Miles Edgeworth, Lars Alexandersson, Jin Kazama, Rachel Roth/Raven, Lelouch vi Britannia (to an extent)
  • Enemies: Billy Kane, Ryuji Yamazaki, Albert Wesker, William Birkin, Manfred von Karma, Kazuya Mishima
  • Annoyed by: Lydia Deetz
  • Special Relationship: Geese Howard
  • Rock Howard came into existence under interesting circumstances. He was born the son of one of the most ruthless criminals in the Pantheon. He he hasn't had any noteworthy appearance until after his father's death. That was when he first met Terry Bogard. Under his guidance, he became both a formidable combatant and an overall nice person. With his moveset and shady past came many fans, yet it had been years since he appeared in a fighting game. That changed when Rock Howard finally made his first appearance in a King of Fighters game. With that, he was promptly ascended. Unfortunately, he had to do so under the acknowledgement of his relationship with his evil father.
    • Speaking of which, Rock was attacked by a familiar foe. When the two met, Rock's blood boiled like never before. Rock asked him why his blood was reacting so violently. It turned out that his assailant was Geese, who merely told him to "Come on." The two battled, with Rock acting more primally. Of course, this was all part of Geese's plan to get Rock Howard back on his side. Luckily, Terry was informed of the attack and brought Rock away from his father. After explaining how he managed to survive the fall, Rock promised not to see him again.
  • Was disappointed to see that the only agemates that made it to the Pantheon was Kim's sons. Nevertheless, it was a welcome reunion for the boys, overprotective dad aside. He at least have plenty of others from the Fatal Fury series to befriend.
    • He is not that happy to see that Geese's bodyguard Billy Kane is also in the Pantheon. Billy thought that he could bring the brat over to his boss. That only earned him a drubbing not only from Rock, but from Geese himself. The Southtown boss did not want anyone else to interfere with his son's affairs.
  • He is at least thankful that there are plenty of characters who share his grief. One of the most famous examples is that of Luke and Anakin Skywalker. This particular dynamic has a bittersweet ending with the former Darth Vader turning against the sith lord Darth Sidious though at the cost of his life. Anakin insists that though the odds are bleak, there is always the chance that Geese has a change of heart.
    • Sherry and Jake revealed a similar story with a different ending. Jake never got to confront his father Wesker at his death, and while Sherry managed to do so with her father, he never sought redemption at his death. Both fathers are in the Pantheon and have gotten in touch with Geese to pitch in their own opinions, namely to insist on bringing Rock to them to "correct" his son's behavior.
    • Joining the party is Miles Edgeworth. What makes his case worse was that his adoptive father killed his biological one. He even became his herald for a time in the Pantheon before he broke away. Unklike Rock, he has no intention of following Manfred von Karma's legacy.
    • Has also been seen chatting with Raven of the Teen Titans. Most deities are well aware of her relationship with her father Trigon and how she fought years of subordination to ultimate reject Trigon's wishes.
    • There are few places with more screwed up families than the one found in Tekken, with many within the Kazama family trying to kill each other. It was there that Rock befriended both Jin and Lars. The former even mas evil blood on his veins like him. In Jin's case, he had a brief dalliance in The Dark Side, but is now determined to kill his father. Rock has expressed interest in helping him out. In Lars's case, he was a bastard son to Heihachi just to prove the later did not have the devil gene.
    • Lelouch hoped to recruit Rock to his cause in overthrowing his father. Upon taking a look on his methods, Rock declined to pledge his full support. He felt that Lelouch relied too much on his own father's methods to truly look past them.
  • With no mother and no obvious girlfriends around, Rock Howard hasn't had much experience with girls, especially those he finds attractive. With that said, he insists that does not make him a goth. Even when Deetz tried to tell her followers not to pursue time, many persist in bringing him to their flock. He shares that sentiment with K', a fellow competitor. K' may not have a lot of friends, but he can tell someone who could use some company.
  • Much to his surprise, he has a few fans even within the Pantheon. For example, Bit Cloud came by to demonstrate how much of his clothing style was modeled after Rock's. The big difference is that Bit is much more happy about his situation. He hopes to put a smile of Rock's face more often.

Demigods

    Kogoro Mouri 
Kogoro Mouri, God of Alcoholic Parents (Mustache Old Man, Dad, Uncle Kogoro, Uncle, Uncle Mouri, Detective Mouri, That Detective, The Great Detective, Great Detective Mouri, Mouri-kun, Mouri-san, Mouri-han, Mouri-sensei, Poirot Mouri, Poiro-san, Kemuri no Kogorou, Middle-aged Man of the Detective Agency, Sleeping Kogoro, The Sleeping Sleuth, Detective Moron, Smoking Kogoro, Shinigami, Richard Moore)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The Mouri Detective Agency or one of his gold business cards
  • Theme Song: "Kogoro Mouri's Theme"
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Heralds: Eri Kisaki (his estranged wife), Yoko Okino (close friend and object of infatuation)
  • Followers: Since there are both dramatic and comedic sides to being an Alcoholic Parent, two different sects were formed. Kogoro much prefers the company of the second.
  • Portfolio: Drinks So Regularly That His Daughter Runs The House, Master of Judo, Brilliant, but Lazy, A Tunnel-Visioned Detective with Issues Everywhere Else, Conan Uses Him As A Front, Famed In-Story, Fanboy of Yoko Okino, Addicted to Gambling on Horse-Racing, Lovable Sex Maniac, Indulges in Vices Like Drinking And Horse Racing, Very Protective of Ran and Conan, Private Detective, Skilled, but Naïve
  • Domains: Investigations, Alcoholism, Sleeping, False Heroism, Murder
  • Allies:
  • Friendly Rival: Hercule Poirot
  • Enemies: All criminals and evildoers in the Pantheon, including Benny, Mr. Negative and James Moriarty
  • Annoys: Any pretty female deity within sight. Those who Kogoro has lewded over include Bulma, Cana Alberona, Chifuyu Orimura, Edna Krabappel, Sanae Katagiri, Lacus Clyne
  • Annoyed by: Kaito Kid
  • Conflicting Opinion: Sherlock Holmes
  • Kogoro Mouri joined his daughter Ran as her herald when she ascended, thinking it was some special award for winning a karate tournament. He was understandably suspicious about the whole thing but one look at the House of Love and Affection and the pretty ladies there and he was sold. The duo moved into Conan's renovated temple in the House of Investigative Work, a building identical to the Mouri Detective Agency, Café Poirot and all. The Mouri Detective Agency was back in business!
    • He fought long and hard for a title, which eventually came down to a game of mahjong between him, Lucille Bluth and Teppei Hōjōnote . Kogoro narrowly beat Teppei (a bar fight ensued after he left) and celebrated all the way over to the Ascensions Office to claim his prize. However, he never got it until long after Chief Justice Johnson had been fired and the ensuing inquiry eventually cleared him for ascension. It was a costly victory since it meant having to fork over all his cash winnings from the game but still, he got a title and that's all that matters to him.
  • Kogoro was a homicide detective in the Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department but resigned after an incident where he gave his wife, Eri Kisaki, a bullet graze on the leg to save her from a hostage situation. He settled down as a private detective but his incompetence and a tendency to jump to conclusions based on insufficient evidence drove him to alcoholism and gambling. Many officers in his old team, including Inspector Juzo Megure looked down on him and tended to avoid him whenever possible. Eri eventually left the house (but didn't divorce him) in response to this downward spiral and left their daughter Ran in charge. It was only when Conan Edogawa (Ran's friend Shinichi Kudo in a child's body) started using him as a mouthpiece did Kogoro's career finally look up. As of today he is famous as the legendary Sleeping Kogoro, a persona that supposedly pops up whenever he passes out from stress and expertly solves the many crimes the Mouri Detective Agency investigates.
    • He and Eri are guaranteed to start yelling at each other when in the same room but it is pretty obvious they want to move back in with each other. It's telling that Kogoro's first act after becoming a god was not to splurge at the nearest izakaya but to immediately make Eri his herald. Eri has not even once stepped into the Pantheon since she as a respected attorney is very busy. Idol Singer Yoko Okino is a close friend of his and Kogoro even considers her a second herald, but so far Yoko is just as caught up with her acting and singing career as Eri is.
    • Doesn't think much of Conan other than being an annoying brat. Kogoro only keeps the kid because his 'mother' paid him an outrageous sum of cash and he never says no to good money. At best he's developed some fatherly care for Conan but that would go out the window if he ever discovered his true identity. Kogoro has always been jealous of Shinichi's superior detective skills and has advised Ran to stay away from him for fear of them becoming like him and Eri.
    • Ran is basically his de facto mother since his incessant drinking and gambling pretty much leave him no room to actually be a father, forcing Ran to take care of him and run the house in his stead. Before he became a god himself Ran was struggling to represent the three of them whenever something needed to be signed (the forms for ascending Haibara, for instance). Make no mistake though, Kogoro is fiercely protective of his daughter and will do anything to keep her from getting hurt, one of the few things he and Shinichi agree on.
    • Doesn't have much to say on Ai Haibara and just thinks of her as Conan's smart friendnote . However, they do bond over their love of idols, Yoko Okino for Kogoro and Ryusuke Higo for Ai. They were both up in arms over the two supposedly dating and have privately agreed to go to war so to speak, if anything of the sort happens again.
    • Was surprised to find Tooru Amuro in the Pantheon, clueless that he is actually PSB agent Rei Furuya moonlighting as Bourbon in the Black Organization. Regardless, Kogoro eagerly took up Amuro's offer of apprenticeship once again since as said before, he never says no to good money. He can get annoyed at Amuro's obvious sucking up at times but will inevitably 'tutor' him as promised. Amuro isn't too hot on Kogoro's incompetence either but plays dumb to stay close to Conan and company. The Black Organization has chosen to re-assign Bourbon from that particular mission so he's appearing less and less lately.
  • There are theories that Kogoro has figured out Conan is actually solving the crimes for him and that he's faking the sleeping (after developing a resistance to Conan's darts) and rolls with it since it gives him the fame. This is pretty unlikely since that would mean Kogoro knows Conan is smarter than he appears and with the number of times this has happened, he would definitely be suspicious of the boy's true identity regardless of efforts to head him off. Nevertheless, the mandate protecting Conan's identity from deities who don't know and shouldn't know still stands: officers must treat the Sleeping Kogoro act as real, deities who know the secret shouldn't tell Kogoro or Ran lest they get expelled from the Pantheon and all info on the Black Organization is barred to him. Some shifty deities have put the question to him indirectly, but Kogoro just shrugs off claims of Conan's supposed intelligence as nonsense.
    • If he did find out, it would be pure calamity. Kogoro with his ego wouldn't take kindly to being used as a front and if the truth were to get out it could destroy him career-wise. After all, statistics confirm that only 4 cases were solved by him without Conan's help in comparison to Sleeping Kogoro's 400+. He'd probably retire from detective work altogether out of shame and that would itself disintegrate the relationship between Ran and Shinichi. All the more reason the secret should remain a secret.
  • If there was one deity besides those in his world that Kogoro spends most of his time with, it's Mr. Satan. As a fellow Fake Ultimate Hero, Mr. Satan took to Kogoro immediately. Both are fawned over by the press and enjoy every minute of it despite the achievements being made by someone else. Both are capable and skilled at what they do (Satan at martial arts, Kogoro at investigation) but happen to be surrounded by people better than them. The only difference is that Mr. Satan knows Goku is behind all the times Earth was saved while Kogoro remains oblivious to Conan's true identity. Satan wisely dodges the subject whenever it comes up, and it often doesn't. They love sparring in Satan's dojo since Kogoro himself is a master of judo. While not a complete alcoholic like Kogoro, Mr. Satan seems to have a high tolerance and often samples dozens of beer brands with the great detective.
  • Kogoro encountered Batman in person as he was heading back from a nice dinner in one of Don Vito Corleone's famous Sicillian restaurants in the House of Crime and to be expected was terrified by the Dark Knight until he noticed the beat-up pile of Demons behind him. It turns out Batman had been following Kogoro for a while to size up his detective skills and noticed the Demons sent by Mr. Negative to kidnap him for an unknown reason. Kogoro really didn't want to know why because at that point he was tired, aching and more than a little tipsy from the Amaro Averna he just had and just gave Batman one of his gold business cards.
    • Said Demon attack was ordered by Benny, who was working with Mr. Negative to fake a Black Organization kidnapping to force Conan out of hiding. Kogoro now hates Benny for this, but otherwise the whole purpose of the kidnapping was blocked from his knowledge.
  • Has visited every on-the-street pub in the Pantheon at some pointnote . He started visiting VA-11 Hall-A in the sub-house of Game Mechanics after learning that bartender Jill Stingray was sexually frustrated and looking for love. Kogoro had no intention of doing anything of the sort and just felt sorry for the poor girl so he came by every now and again to have a fun conversation over drinks, a habit he abandoned after learning what was in the drinks (artificial chemicals). He's quite glad to hear that at some point she married her boss, something he wishes Takagi and Sato will do soon.
  • Has a very close kinship with Captain Archibald Haddock and loves to visit Marlinspike Hall (his temple) whenever he can because sitting in a humungous mansion is way more comfortable than lying in a heap in his run-down office. Kogoro is quite upset at Professor Calculus for forcing the Captain off the drink with his special pill. Sure, the Professor was just trying to help, but he ought to have considered the Captain's choice in the matter and on top of that, his deafness conveniently made him look like even more of a highly-strung genius blind to the troubles of his friend. Kogoro's time with Haddock mostly alternates between boisterous conversation of their adventures, finding non-alcoholic alternatives for Haddock's beloved Loch Lomond and long debates about the Sleeping Kogoro. Haddock of course knows perfectly why that's the case but enjoys talking conspiracy theories with Kogoro because he just likes talking to the man. While Kogoro is trying to make Professor Agasa (Haibara's herald) find an antidote for the Captain, he's equally torn over Haddock's poor liver condition and wonders if he is doing the right thing by making his friend a drunkard again.
    • Has some tinges of annoyance towards Tintin but knows this is just petty jealousy than anything concrete. If anything Kogoro wants in on the action that Tintin and the gang face against gangs, fascist governments and ancient civilizations all the time.
  • As a famous detective, Kogoro naturally has working relationships with many others. Nearly all of them know he's a complete idiot at actually investigating stuff but in nearly any other situation find him pleasing company.
    • Rust Cohle and Marty Hart are among the top of that list, especially the former. Kogoro was a tad disturbed at his severe depression and nihilism before Character Development as well as his chronic alcoholism. He is more than happy to help him and Marty with their somewhat tumultuous partnership and to keep Rust from slipping back down into alcoholism since unlike him, Rust's body can't handle the pressure.
    • Can't bring himself to like Sherlock Holmes despite his respect for the man, probably because all the infernal teen sleuths he comes across admires him in some way or another. Holmes makes no secret of his disdain for Kogoro's mediocrity but channels this into helpful advice and a good drink (coffee, since Holmes doesn't indulge). Holmes has always had a way with words and skirts dangerously close to name-dropping Conan when chastising Kogoro. On his end, Kogoro can't decide if the great detective of Baker Street actually likes him or not, misreading his passive-aggressive approach.
    • Doesn't have such problems with Hercule Poirot and it's easy to see why. Poirot addresses the 'emotional' side of crimes - looking into the psychology of the murderer and the nature of the victim in comparison to Conan and Sherlock who are more forensic and clue-based. For all his incompetence Kogoro is better than Conan at being empathetic towards the Well-Intentioned Extremist and Poirot knows it. Since Conan is basically a protege of his, he tries to get Kogoro off the drink whenever they're in the same room together because Kogoro's increased influence could push the Kid Detective in the right direction. Poirot seems to have laughed off Kogoro's little in-joke towards him.
  • Kogoro is a perverted man but thankfully not on the same level as Master Roshi or god forbid Nobuyuki Sugou. If someone trusted him to take their daughter home, he will definitely do it, no questions asked and without incident. On the other hand he is easily infatuated with pretty women and is more likely to take the case if the one hiring him happens to be one. It's rare but he's been convinced into taking cases when the payout is pictures of cute girls in swimwear (nothing more, nothing less). If anything, Kogoro is sometimes a bit too trustworthy and trusting with women and more than once has been seduced into thinking a female culprit is innocent. All the more reason for Conan to step in then...
  • If you want a succinct summary of what Kogoro thinks of the Pantheon, he thinks it's all one big, ridiculous dream. However, it's a dream full of famous people, pretty ladies and plenty of paying jobs. So long as this fantasy stays a lucrative venture and Ran and Conan are with him (oh, and if crime persists), he'll milk his position for all its worth.
  • Also has a spot in the Alcohol sub-house.
"Finding the truth is what detectives live for."

    Summer Smith 
Summer Smith, Goddess of Unplanned Children (Sum-Sum)
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Quasideities

    Maisie Farange 
Maisie Farange, Goddess of Parental Neglect
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Maisie's Modern/2012 Iteration
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her personal bag or her red coat
  • Theme Song: Feeling of Being by Lucy Schwartz
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Central Focus of the Book/Film, Has to Put Up with Being Neglected Which Doesn't do her Favors, Brown Hair and Eyes (Film Iteration), The Cutie Who Undergoes a Lot of Psychological and Emotional Trouble, Children Are Innocent, Appears to be rather Despondent but She can be very Playful, Often the Moral Center of her Guardians, Nice Girl, Adorably Precocious Child (Novel Iteration), Usually very Reserved and Quiet and Occasionally feeling Despondent, Having an Adorable Smile, Gets Emotionally Better Overtime, Is Adopted by a Caring Guardian/Couple and Gets her Happy Ending
  • Domains: Family, Neglect, Love, Sadness, Loneliness, Adoption, Precociousness
  • Heralds: Mrs Wix (her adult guardian in the original adaptation), Margo and Lincoln (her adopted parents in the retold adaptation), Susanna (her modern version mother)
  • Allies: Matilda Wormwood, Hallie Parker, Annie James, Harry Potter, Lucas, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Gamera, Shoto Todoroki, Tomoya Ozaki, The Gang of Seven, Jotaro Kujo, Punky Brewster
  • On Good Terms With: Charlie and Nicole Birdman, House of Music
  • Opposes: The Child Abuse Supporters, The Dursleys, Father (KND), Agatha Trunchbull, Granny Goodness
  • It is necessary for parents to be around their child's presence and provide them with attention, care and comfort as much as they could. Unfortunately, a little girl named Maisie Farange is instead thrown in a very different situation. Instead of being given love, she has to witness her parents fighting and arguing against each other nearly every time, and her parents end up using her as leverage against one another. It's on these occasions that Maisie eventually finds a new adult that not only pays attention but gives the girl the parental love that she needs, but even then, Maisie still has to contend with her parents' feud. Eventually, when the time finally came to decide on who she would prefer as her guardian, Maisie inevitably chooses someone else over her parents, her guardians eager to take her along.
  • Maisie's presence in the Pantheon was an interesting topic for some, considering that two different iterations existed; one from the 19th Century and the other from the 21st Century. What was proving a difficult case was that each version of Maisie had differing versions of events; the most glaring being that one of them was adopted by a legal guardian named Mrs Wix and the other was taken under by her nanny Margo and her Mother's former boyfriend Lincoln. An evaluation was done by the House of Family and Relatives whereupon it was concluded that the Maisie in the Pantheon is a composite of her two different selves; she retained her modern-day appearance and age, yet had fragments of her historical version's personality, namely her memories of Mrs Wix and her unusually wise judgement.
  • Despite her representing trope, Maisie is actually pretty cheerful and outgoing, though she does undergo some stress and despondency at times, mainly due to the effect her biological parents had on neglecting her. Whenever she active around, Margo, Lincoln and/or Mrs Wix aren't far behind her either and do the best they could to remain attentive to her. Still, while she's completely disconnected from Beale and Ida (her mother in the novel adaptation), she had enough of a maternal bond with Susanna to consider having her as a herald as well. Either way, they're happy to see that Maisie will try to adjust herself in the Pantheon as much as they could as well.
  • One of the first deities to notice Maisie were Hallie Parker and Annie James. Seeing that Maisie's parents were divorced, they tried to see if they could strike a friendship with her and were delighted to see that her guardians were willing to allow it. It's common to see the three of them playing around their domains and in city streets (with a close observation from guardians of course). Still, Hallie and Annie were saddened to learn of Maisie's situation regarding her parents and the fact that it was much worse than what Nick and Elizabeth were going through; they at least were cordial with one another and were attentive to each daughter, whereas Beale and Ida/Susanna were too entrenched on their hate towards one another they barely focused on their daughter. Because of this, Hallie and Annie have made an effort to be as active as possible in Maisie's time.
  • Naturally as a child, Maisie would have some sort of fondness towards the fantastical and strange and unique animals, particularly turtles. Initially, she was freaked out by the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, which led to the turtles immediately trying to warm up to and hang out with her. It succeeded mostly due to Michaelangelo's laid-back nature, who was able to take Maisie out for pizza and have some fun. Maisie seems to like the turtles for how they make an effort to entertain and bond with her to the extent where they treat her as a little sister of sorts.
    • Additionally, there was also the Pokemon, Blastoise, who served as the Ninja Turtles' partner. Seeing as Maisie liked turtles, they were open to allowing Blastoise to meet up, with Maisie immediately having a joyful time with the Pokemon. As for Blastoise himself, he treats the little girl rather tenderly and is not above defending her if a threat approaches. Still, the Ninja Turtles did warn Maisie about Blastoise's dual cannons, though usually, Blastoise only uses them to create torrents of rain for Maisie to play around with.
    • And speaking of turtles, there was also Gamera. Despite his large and rather scary looks, Maisie immediately became friends with him, with Gamera being eager to invite Maisie and other kids to play with each other and if very fiercely defensive of them. It's little wonder why he represents Friend to All Children as Gamera was also met with approval by Margo, Lincoln and Mrs Wix and they trust the Kaiju in looking after Maisie, given that he's one of the most determined beasts in the Pantheon and has a heart of gold.
  • She has a small association with music, given that her modern mother, Susanna, is a touring rock frontwoman, and thus does make an attempt to reach the House of Music to see her mother play live. For a moment, this did catch the attention of Jotaro Kujo, who recalled that he had a father who was also a touring musician, though they don't really interact at all as he's on tour almost all the time, leaving Jotaro to be tended solely by his mother, Holly. Jotaro once asked Margo and Lincoln to take Maisie over to her mother's stage and promised that he'd look after her there. What resulted is Maisie and Jotaro having a rather unusual partnership with the latter taking the former around on the House of Music and checking out different sorts of music. It reminded Jotaro of his grandfather Joseph, who usually is a sucker for contemporary music of his time and would spend a lot of time going around listening to them. He continues to meet up with Maisie should she feel like having a babysitter, with Jotaro promising to take her to Joseph one day.
    • Despite her mother being a musician, the House of Music themselves don't have too much to say about Maisie. They did, however, criticize Susanna for her lack of proper care towards her daughter and she was forced to accept that Maisie was better off with either Margo, Lincoln and Mrs Wix. The House themselves are generous of Maisie's situations and are willing to present donations and gifts in times of need and as a sign of goodwill. Maisie respects their decision, though she has politely declined the gifts many times.
  • She normally stays away from terrible parents and guardians and she's clever and resourceful enough to figure out bad apples when need be. Very clearly, she heavily dislikes the Child Abuse Supporters, Ozai most of all, given that his mistreatment towards Zuko was not just neglectful, but so terribly abusive that even Beale and Susanna would cry afoul of. Thankfully, there's more good parents and guardians than bad ones and hence, Maisie feels safe and secure, knowing she knows who her company and friends are.
    • Shoto Todoroki quickly befriended her and to pass time, he would use his ice powers to create slides and decorations for Maisie to play with. The primary reason for Shoto's friendly attitude towards the little girl was because she shared Shoto's siblings' turmoil of being ignored by his father Enji, but while the neglect regarding Enji and Shoto's siblings' worked in the latter's favour, Maisie's neglect rendered her emotionally fragile and depressed, and Shoto felt very sympathetic about this, knowing how it feels to not be given proper parental love. He is glad to see that Maisie and Susanna departed on good terms, in a similar vein to how Shoto was able to forgive his mother Rei for throwing boiling water on him and scarring the left side of his face.
  • Given her turmoil of family difficulties, Maisie would encounter Charlie and Nicole Birdman one day. While they did face severe difficulty tolerating one another due to a steady divorce, Charlie and Nicole admitted that at the very least, they did try to be as attentive as they towards their son, Henry. The fact that Maisie was hit even harder due to being neglected by Ida/Susanna and Beale really had the couple despondent for a moment, though we're happy to see that Maisie would recover and still be on good terms with his mother. As a result, she is more than welcome to attend their household and play with Henry, a moment that Hallie and Annie themselves wondered with great delight.
  • Maisie is scared of Father. Sure, he's a Child Hater, but the fact that he goes out of his way to antagonize children and be proud about it is really taking things far. He does share Maisie's pain of being neglected, but Margo, Lincoln and Mrs Mix promptly chewed on him by stating it doesn't justify Father being vengeful towards children and flauting about it. Father is instead rather ambivalent towards Maisie, only considering her to be "less annoying" than those "meddling little kids".
  • Like most kids her age, Maisie attends the House of School to be taught and educated outside of her guardians. There, she met Matilda Wormwood, another girl roughly around the same age as Maisie's and realizing that both of them were neglected, the two of them bonded quickly and became friends. Matilda will often get Maisie to tag along with reading books together and learning new things along the way. Plus Matilda's psychic powers are really entertaining and funny for Maisie to watch, especially if used towards a bully.
    • From what she's learned about Matilda, Maisie keeps a safe distance from any sort of malicious teachers, especially Agatha Trunchbull, whom she get shivers from due to Agatha's infamous reputation. Thankfully, Matilda and Maisie's guardians are always making sure of Maisie's well being and would promptly come to her aid if she gets disproportionately mistreated.
  • As a neglected child, Tomoya Ozaki saw a lot about herself that could relate to him. For Tomoya, it's especially bittersweet, seeing as he was on the giving and receiving end of neglect; he was barely noticed by his father Naoyuki and Tomoya himself would not pay attention towards his own daughter, Ushio, for five years. The catalyst for both of these occasions was to do with the deaths of Naoyuki and Tomoya's wives, which emotionally broke them and shattered their motivation. Knowing that Maisie would retain feeling rattled without company, Tomoya is willing to look after and play with her like he would have liked to with Ushio. With permission from Margo, Lincoln and Mrs Wix of course.
  • Given that she (obviously) never experienced it firsthand, Maisie was immediately fascinated by the presence and practice of Magic around the Pantheon and wants to visit the House of Magic one day. Harry Potter was the representing member she was closest to, as he could relate to the neglect Maisie endured throughout her childhood. Additionally, Harry was eager to showcase his magical spells towards Maisie and play around with her. She wonders what it would be like being a wizard.
    • Said association with Harry also made Maisie familiar with the Dursley's. She came to not like them all that much, especially Vernon as they took to not understanding nor caring about Harry's well-being while completely spoiling the son, Dudley, which was really jarring as in spite of the neglect she had, Beale and Susanna at least did try to provide and pay her attention at times despite their own flaws and insecurities. Though Maisie has begun to at least mellow out towards Dudley, who, in the end, managed to give some respect to Harry and even maintain contact years after the latter had graduated from Hogwarts. Also a little on Petunia, considering she does at least feel about the loss of her sister and assured to Harry that she really did care about Lily, despite her jealousy towards her.

    The Wilkerson Family 
Malcolm, Lois, Hal, Reese, Francis and Dewie, Divine Dysfunctional Family
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Clockwise from the top: Francis, Hal, Reese, Malcolm, Dewey and Lois
  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: A broken down version of their house
  • Theme Song: "Boss of Me" by They Might Be Giants
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, with varying degrees of evil and stupid, Lawful Neutral/Evil for Lois
  • Portfolios: Butt-Monkey, Jerkass, Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonists, Financial Abuse
  • Domains: Destruction, Chaos, Madness, Family, Law (Lois), Knowledge (Malcolm)
  • High Priests: The Heck Family
  • Heralds: Jamie (Lois and Hal's youngest child), Piama Tananahaakna (Francis's wife), Stevie Kenarban (Malcolm's best friend), "The Buseys" (Dewey's classmates and friends), Craig Feldspar (Lois's "friend" and co-worker), Abe Kenarban (Hal's best friend).
  • Allies: Dexter, Jimmy Neutron, Ed, Edd and Eddy,
  • Enemies: The Mayor of Sunnydale
  • Opposes: Lady Tremaine, Sofia Lamb (oddly enough), Gunnery Sergeant Hartman
  • Annoys: The Fantastic Four, The Incredibles
  • Pitied by: Homer Simpson
  • Uneasy Relationship: Walter White
  • Some families are well-oiled machines, with family members helping each other whenever they can. This is not that kind of family. When the House of Family looked for the most Dysfunctional Family in the Pantheon, it was no contest. No other family can match Malcolm's family in sheer dysfunction. Their entrance into the Pantheon was more due to keeping an eye on them than anything else.
  • Even their relationship with their clergy is riffed with strife. The title eventually landed on the Hecks, who were no fans of the leadership despite worshiping them. Frankie in particular dislikes Lois for manipulating her children (even when she's fond of doing so herself) It doesn't help that Lois looks like the strict dentist teacher that gave her a hard time.
  • Malcolm officially represents the group, being the narrator of the show. He claims to be the Straight Man of his family, even though he too is prone to making rash decisions.
  • No matter which member of the House of Family tried, they could not tolerate the family for long. Not even visits from the Fantastic Four and the Incredibles were enough. It's not always their fault, but the group just can't handle guests for long.
  • Lois' entry into the Pantheon was heavily contested among those in the Pantheon. A group of good-aligned mothers filed their complaints against her. Most damning was the events of the finale where it was revealed that she manipulated her son into misery the whole time. When things looked dire, Sofia Lamb offered her a spot in exchange for her services. Lois slapped the Evil Matriarch in the face, rejecting the offer. This moved the Court to grant her access into the Pantheon. When asked why she reacted in such away, Lois bitterly replied the woman reminded to much of her own mother.
    • That reasoning is also why she despises Tremaine. Though the Wicked Stepmother points out her favoritism isn't that different over how she treats Reese compared to her other sons.
    • Among others who voiced their complaints were Crona for seeing eerily similarities to his/her own mother Medusa, and Hayate, who was reminded if the extreme financial abuse his parents did to him.
    • None amongst those complainers hate Lois more than Rena Ryuguu, for Lois reminds her of the mother that betrayed her. Anyone that reminds Rena of said woman is a known trigger for Hinimizawa Syndrome to manifest, as Lois found out the hard way. The fight between them was vicious, bloody, and one sided as Hate Plague infected Rena attacked Lois with a very large pipe screaming DIE!!! DIE!!! DIE!!! (just like the encounter with Ritsuko) Lois was lucky Artina broke up the fight and used the HS medicine before Rena landed the finishing blow.
    • Batman went ballistic when he found out that Lois stole over $10,000 dollars in college grants from Malcom. It was a deed worse than what Sewer King did to children, one of the closest Batman has ever gotten to breaking his code in DCAU. Batman proceeded to kick the crap out of her and subjected Lois to the "Arkham Knight Batmobile Interrogation".
    • Bruce Banner reacted to Lois' arrival by hulking out and giving her the "puny god" treatment.
    • Leading the charge of angry good mothers was The Life Binder, who proceeded to give a speech about how Lois is every bit as horrible as Ida straight to Lois' face. "Just like Sinestra".
  • Hal was overjoyed to find places to paint and rollerblade, thus spending much of his time in the Houses of Sports and Craft. His wife would rather help her out with the kids.
  • After spending some time in boot camp, Francis does not trust drill sergeants, especially their patron Hartmann.
  • Malcolm eagerly traveled to the House of Technology to test out his skills with the best. Unfortunately, it turns out he was outmatched compared to other geniuses. That hasn't deterred him from trying to prove them wrong.
  • Both Reese and Malcolm often sneak out of their house to visit the House of Love, hoping to get lucky with a girl. Of course, Lois has made it out of their way to prevent that from happening, but not even she can stop them all the time.
  • As the patron saint of Bumbling Dads, Homer takes pity on Hal. As crazy as his family's antics have been, they pale greatly compared to what he had to deal with.
  • With Hal's ascension, many believed him to be the living cousin of Walter White. Despite being near complete opposites, the resemblance is quite remarkable. Neither deity accepts that theory; Hal refuses to believe he would go such a dark path (his wife, sure, but not him), while Walter could not comprehend how he could be so meek (even before he became a criminal he still wasn't that wimpy). However, seeing Walter did remind Hal of a weird dream he had once, though he couldn't recall very many details about it.
  • One of their most vocal opponents have been Mayor Richard Wilkins. He may be evil but at least he can run a decent family, unlike those lawless people. Thus he has started a campaign to roughen them up until they get their act together. This has only riled them up, with the boys hounding the Mayor's followers with pranks.
  • Dewey loves to hang out with Kevin McCallister. The master of Booby Trap Warfare doesn't mind his presence as much as most gods, as he has been a victim of parental neglect as well (though for his case it's more bad luck). They form a formidable duo, one that many evil deities underestimate due to their age.
  • The boys enjoy the company of the Ed trio, helping out on their schemes. Malcolm competes with Edd for building gadgets while Reese enjoys being the smart one compared to Ed. Francis in particular was distraught when he found out Eddy's brother was a straight up bully. He may not have been the best brother, but not even he would condone how Eddy's brother treated him.
  • While there isn't that many deities willing to help out the family, Malcolm found someone who at least understands his troubles. Straight Man Stan Marsh has long suffered under the antics of his "friends" Cartman and Kyle. The kid offered Malcolm a spot in a future group of straight men such as Church and Liz Lemon to help temper the crazier personalities.


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