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Greater Gods

    Scáthach 
Scáthach, Goddess of Sensual Spandex (Shadowy, The Witch of Dun Scaith, Lancer, Mentor, Assassin, Beach Queen of the Land of Shadows, Thighs-Sensei, Shishou, Caster, Scáthach-Skadi)
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As an Assassin 
As a Caster, possessed by Skadi 
  • Greater Goddess
  • Symbol: Two Gae Bolg crossed over each other on top of a shield with the image of Dun Scaith castle painted on it
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Blood Knight, Tsundere, Utterly Immortal and Wanting to Die, The Ace, Fiery Redhead, Storm of Gae Bolgs, Superpower Lottery
  • Domain: Magic, Combat, Weapons,
  • Allies: Cu Chulainn, Luke Skywalker, Shigure, Pyrrha Nikos, Rin Tohsaka, C.C., Asgore Dreemurr, Fujiwara no Mokou, Flynn, Thor, Yoda, Obi-Wan Kenobi, SCP-1440, Ayra
  • Enemies: Sheev Palpatine, Zeref, Deathstroke, Ali Al-Saachez, Orochimaru, YHVH, Surtr
  • Pities: Kenny McCormick
  • Rivals: Undyne
  • Opposes: Angels
  • Scáthach's attire — wearing clothing so skintight that many think it's just paint — was one of the things that brought her lots of fans. She does seem to be a bit peeved that she became a goddess over that.
  • When she ascended, she immediately sought out her former pupil, Cú Chulainn. She was disappointed when she heard how he could never truly show how good he was because of outside forces or that he was treated like a Butt-Monkey. To fix that, she decided to fight him with everything she had. The thought actually put fear in the eyes of the Hound of Ulster. Despite his fear, though, he manages to put up a good showing as the two Celtic heroes fought one another, tearing through the Pantheon like crazy.
  • During her training of Cú Chulainn back in the mortal realm, she offered the "friendship of her thighs" to him. In other words, the two had sex. Jokes were made that Scáthach truly knows her way with the spear and that she taught Cú Chulainn more than just combat and magic.
  • Like many Lancers from her world, she too suffers. Her suffering is that she is cursed to live forever until the world ends. For that reason, she seeks someone to battle her and end her existence. For that reason, she once sought after the Holy Grail to grant for death. Though, being part of the Pantheon gives her a good alternative since there are powerful beings in here. Surely one of them could end her life.
    • There's actually debate on what definition of "The World" she means. Some think it's just the deconstruction of the planet. Others believe it's the destruction of reality itself. So far, the latter is the most possible interpretation.
  • Deliberately fought against the Phantom Phoenix who, like herself, was completely immortal. Though, he gets stronger with each destruction. While their battle could've gone either way for them, she was able to kill him twice. However, she was stopped before she did it for a third time as they didn't want Phoenix to get too powerful.
  • More often then not, she has to correct certain people when they pronounce her name wrong. Especially when they call her Scat. Scáthach's name is correctly pronounced as Ska-Hock ("Ska" pronounced like "scan" without the "n", "hock" pronounced like "hockey" without the "-ey").
  • Has gotten along well with a fellow master in Shigure who trained Kenichi in martial arts. Scáthach was impressed by how Shigure was able to use any tools, including a wooden spoon, to slice things. The two masters have even sparred with one another, though they do find it strange how much they sound alike.
  • Became friends with Fujiwara no Mokou who, much like herself, is immortal and wants to die. The two even fought against one another to see if either one of them could kill the other. They both fail.
    • Even though C.C. gave up her Death Seeker ways and instead started to enjoy her immortal life, she befriended Scáthach and understand how she feels of living so long and wanted to die. Scáthach appreciates it and did find it amusing when the Witch cosplayed as her once.
  • Flynn is a close ally of Scáthach as he once helped her retrain a young Cú Chulainn.
  • Takes a very cautious approach to many of the angels in the pantheon. This is because some brainwashed her into helping them free Gaap who devoured her soul. Luckily, she was freed after he was defeated. Thor, who was brainwashed by YHVH, gave his sympathy for what happened to her.
  • Even though Scáthach is a harsh teacher to Cú Chulainn, she does care for him, in her own ways. So she made enemies with some evil mentors like Palpatine and Orochimaru who have corrupted their pupils. She even battled with Deathstroke who once tried to force a young Dick Greyson to be his pupil.
  • Was once described by Cú Chulainn as an angrier Rin Tohsaka, which shows. Even the twintails tsundere was a bit intimidated by her presence. However, the two have struck a friendship.
  • Has shown pity towards Kenny McCormick when she heard about his constant death and rebirth.
  • She was quite surprised that her name was used by Ayra as the name of her son, until she changed it to Ulster. After having a brief chat with her and respecting each others' warrior culture, Scáthach has wondered if one day, she could try utilizing an Astra with her many Gae Bolgs.
  • She's also a recurring visitor of the Velvet Room, though she didn't bring her body-paste paints over there or her many Gae Bolgs, so she suffered several depowering. However, her power was still immense that it required several empowering of the Priestess Arcana for her to grant her strength.
  • In the Lostbelt incident, an alternate Scathach that merged with the Norse deity Skadi was later discovered, as the ruler of the second Lostbelt. As this turned out to be a different version and a bit Younger and Hipper (and once again, no body paints, instead, rocking a dress), it's not the same Scathach that resided within the throne.
  • In front of her temple, there's usually a warning sign of "Do not make mention of the Goddess' age". Messy deaths leaving behind a messy puddle of blood usually follows for those who failed to comply.

Intermediate Gods

    Emma Frost 
Emma Grace Frost, Goddess of Sexy Uniforms (The White Queen, Black Queen, Black King, Phoenix Avatar, Silver Boobs McGee, Ice Princess.)
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Her appearance as "Phoenix" 

    Gray Fullbuster 
Gray Fullbuster, The Always Shirtless God (The Ice Mage of the Fairy Tail Guild)
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    Kuroka 
Kuroka, Goddess of Kimono Fanservice (Kuroka Toujou)
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    Miyu Edelfelt 
Miyu Edelfelt, Goddess of the Leotard of Power (Azure Magical Girl, Miyu Emiya, Caster, Miyu Sakatsuki, Child of God)
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  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: Kaleidostick Sapphire
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: The Ace, Leotard of Power, Brutally Honest, The Comically Serious, Dark and Troubled Past, Dark Magical Girl, The Lancer, Poor Communication Kills, Meido, New Transfer Student, No Social Skills, Not Quite Flight, Psychosomatic Superpower Outage, The Spock, Sugar-and-Ice Personality, Supreme Chef
  • Domains: Magic, Costumes
  • Allies: Illyasviel von Einzbern, Rin Tohsaka, Shirou Emiya, Lynette Bishop, Fate T. Harlaown, Nanoha Takamachi, Sakura Matou, Cammy White, Flonne, Sakura Kasugano
  • Enemies: Queen Chrysalis
  • Conflicted Opinion towards: Gilgamesh
  • The other wielder of the Kaleidosticks alongside Illyasviel von Einzbern, Miyu Edelfelt is very much the Fate to Illya's Nanoha. Whereas Illya has a lot of power but hasn't refined it, Miyu has more experience at being a Magical Girl and managed to get her first Class Card before even meeting Illya.
  • Miyu didn't expect to see Illya already in the pantheon and but she was even more surprised to find that Illya had made friends with Berserker. Miyu was very nervous around Berserker at first but Illya told him not to attack her.
  • Miyu was very surprised to find that the Gilgamesh in the pantheon is a lot more arrogant and antagonistic towards Illya. Gilgamesh became antagonistic toward Miyu as well when he found out Miyu could be used to create a Holy Grail just like Illya.
  • Even though she gets her own temple and doesn't need money for food, Miyu still insists on working as a maid for Illya, much Illya's great pleasure. If you're lucky, you can sometimes see Illya mounting Miyu with a face that can only be described as Illya as a psycho.
    • When questioned about why she does it, Illya was very embarrassed and explained that she has a maid fetish. Some deities find it cute because "Hurr durr they're both kids," and then there are deities like Sakura Matou, who were conditioned to accept rape, who are horrified by this.
  • Miyu was surprised to get to finally meet Nanoha and Fate again after the last time they met. She was glad to see that Nanoha and Fate had become friends since Illya and Miyu saw them last.
  • Miyu can't stand Queen Chrysalis because she hates the fact that she sounds like someone who frequently transforms into herself and Illya For the Evulz. Although, Miyu gets along well with Lynette Bishop because she's super-nice to Miyu and Illya.
  • Miyu gets along well with others who wear the same type of costume as her, such as Cammy White and Flonne. Funnily enough, she first heard of Cammy when Sakura Kasugano mistakenly called Miyu by her name, thinking she was Cammy undergoing a gothic makeover for some reason. That didn't last long, but Sakura is still friendly with her.

Lesser Gods

    Alisa Illinichina Amiella 
Alisa Illinichina Amiella, Goddess of the Underboobs (Alisa Ilyinichna Omela)
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    Ashe (League of Legends
Ashe, Goddess of Exposing Skin To Cold (The Frost Archer, Queen of Freljord, Dat Ashe)
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    Cammy White 
"Target acquired…beginning mission!"

Cammy White, Goddess of Costumes That Barely Cover One's Backside (Killer Bee, Techniques of Incomparable Precision)

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    Mylene Hoffman 
Mylene Hoffman, Goddess of Modesty Bedsheets (009-1)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A silhouette of herself
  • Theme Music: Theme of 009-1
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Action Girl, Femme Fatale, Torpedo Tits, Broken Bird
  • Domains: Spies, Cyborgs
  • Herald: Number Zero
  • Allies: Gunvolt, Freya Carlson, James Bond, Mata Hari, Nick Fury, Natasha Romanoff, Bucky Barnes
  • Enemies: 50 Blessings, The Dark Brotherhood, Widowmaker, Darryl Revok, The Black Organization
  • On Good Terms with: Austin Powers
  • Strained Relations: Sterling Archer
  • The Western and Eastern blocs are in a seemingly unending cold war with both sides having their own tools at their disposal in this conflict. One of the Western bloc’s groups is an intelligence organization known as Zero Zero and the Nine Number Group, a spy agency consisting of cyborg women, is just one of ten different groups within that larger organization. Mylene Hoffman, codenamed 009-1 and formerly an orphan whose parents were killed while defecting from the Eastern bloc, is one member of the Nine Number Group and takes part in various missions assigned to her, using her looks and combat skills (which include machine guns installed in her breasts among other abilities) to get the job done.
  • Mylene received a mission from her superiors that involved shipments of suspicious items that originated from a location that couldn’t be identified through normal means and was asked to track down the shipments’ location. As she eavesdropped on a conversation between the person who delivered the items and the recipients of such, she learned that the location she was tasked to reach was where several other unusual items were gathered and possibly were produced. She hitched a ride on the ship that the items were transported from and initially passed herself off as a new transport assistant to ensure that the items would reach their destination safely. When the ship arrived to where it would get its next batch of items, Mylene took the time to observe what the items were and found out that the items were originating from several different locations that came together at a shared destination known as the Pantheon. Seeing that the items that were being sent from the Pantheon to her world could cause even more harm than what she was used to, Mylene ended up getting in a fight with the people involved with the shipments that culminated with the factory the items were being stored in getting destroyed. After she told her superiors about her findings and the nature of what the Pantheon was, it became clear that her missions became a lot more dangerous and complicated with the discovery of a larger place connected to her world.
  • As Mylene would find out during subsequent missions involving the Pantheon, that place was very big and that held true to the wars that it was involved in. While she had to contend with a perpetual cold war carried out by separate blocs, the Pantheon had several kinds of conflicts, including a larger one between higher powers that would be too much to handle even for her. That said, considering how much of a morally grey (if not dark) world Mylene was from and the fact that the Pantheon had a more obvious set of morality (but not without its share of grey moments), she has generally taken her missions involving the place in stride, especially if it involves making sure the place doesn’t fall into further strife than it already has.
  • Espionage in general has become a notable field in the Pantheon and Mylene would find out that there were a lot more spies present in addition to the other members of the Nine Number Group that she was acquainted with. As Mylene took part in various missions pertaining to the Pantheon, she would encounter a number of spies that undertook dangerous assignments like her, with some of them being stranger than what she was used to. Among such figures included James Bond, a famed secret agent who was known for being a bit of a ladie’s man, Mata Hari, a spy known for using seduction in her job akin to what Mylene has done, and Freya Carlson, who was able to hold her own in action despite being something of a ditz. Mylene being a cyborg was treated as nothing out of the ordinary for Bond (though Freya and Mata Hari were a little surprised at first), but the three ultimately welcomed Mylene’s company, with Freya getting a bit of training from Mylene on how to improve her physical skills on the field and Mata Hari willing to help Mylene hone her Femme Fatale traits. Mata Hari being accused as a double agent by the people she’s working for was something that dismayed Mylene a bit, though it gave her more of a reason to keep an eye out in case someone tries to double-cross her.
    • While Mylene being a cyborg was a bit of a surprise to those who weren’t aware of it given her initial appearance, she did manage to find some rather unusual characters who happened to be secret agents much like her. Austin Powers, a comedic counterpart to James Bond, was rather taken by her beauty when he was assigned a mission to work with her, though Mylene tried not to be too bothered by it. It was when she used her abilities, including her machine gun breasts, to free the duo from a trap that he thought that she was a modified version of the Fembots that attacked him in the past, but she quickly dispelled that notion. While she is relatively affable towards Austin Powers in spite of his womanizing tendencies, things are much more awkward when it comes to her and Sterling Archer, a spy that’s just as eccentric as Austin, but is much more flawed even during his efforts to improve his work. Archer has a hatred towards cyborgs and robots and the fact that there was a cyborg spy didn’t sit well with him at all. While Mylene has gone through the trouble of telling him that she means well, Archer still has difficulty fully trusting her.
  • She would end up learning about S.H.I.E.L.D. through her fellow spies. To be more accurate, she learned about its central figure Nick Fury and how he is largely a figurehead for the aforementioned spies in the Pantheon in addition to having been accustomed to and working alongside superheroes. Nick Fury arranged a meeting with Mylene after learning about another spy and after learning of her using her skills as a Femme Fatale on the field, decided to have Natasha Romanoff and Bucky Barnes in the meeting given their involvement in the Cold War in some capacity, with Mylene’s having never ended. Mylene and Natasha both underwent training to become skilled fighters, but the main difference here is that Natasha used to work for the Soviet Union before defecting and atoning and while Mylene never was truly evil in the past and present, she’s still ruthless in her line of work. As for Bucky, he was used as a weapon by the Russians when he lost his memories and after regaining them, took a similar path as Natasha and has worked for Nick Fury alongside her, with the two working with other super-powered individuals as well. Nick has come to see Mylene as a cybernetic counterpart to Natasha and 009-1 has taken on some missions assigned by him, with Natasha and Bucky sometimes teaming up with her given their backgrounds.
  • Assassins and professional killers were just one of the handful of different targets that Mylene was assigned to go after and there was no shortage of such in the Pantheon. While some of the assassins in the Pantheon were generally more heroic compared to what she encountered in the past, there were just as many malevolent entities in that profession and Mylene has sometimes been tasked to eliminate them. While The Dark Brotherhood had much more archaic methods of assassination compared to others, that organization was responsible for training its members to be professional killers at a very young age. That The Dark Brotherhood was also responsible for illegal operations and will worship some sort of evil entity was more than enough for it and their members to be considered targets to be eliminated by Mylene. The Black Organization, which employs more modern methods of assassination in comparison to The Dark Brotherhood, was another group that Mylene went after for her missions, with her gathering intel on what their plans are and what its individual members plan on doing given how enigmatic a number of them are.
  • Having gone up against a sniper before, Mylene would find herself in conflict against Widowmaker, one such sniper that is known for her skills and enjoyment of killing others in the battlefield. Widowmaker’s backstory was something Mylene was surprised with as that sniper was once a kind-hearted woman named Amelie Lacroix who was kidnapped by Talon, a terrorist organization with plenty of dangerous adversaries for Mylene to fight against, and turned into the killing machine that she is now. In a way, Mylene was disturbed by this since she went through a dark past of her own and used her combat skills to fight against those that threaten the world at large while Amelie was an innocent who was turned into a fighter against her will. Widowmaker is also more dangerous than the sniper Mylene fought against back then and while Widowmaker simply sees Mylene as another target to kill, Mylene sees something much worse in what Talon is planning and what that organization will do to accomplish said plans.
  • Mylene and her family previously attempted to defect from the Eastern Bloc to the Western Bloc, but in the process, her parents died and she was separated from her brother Paul. After growing up in an orphanage, she agreed to join the Zero Zero Organization, underwent training from them to become a fighter, and went through cybernetization during that. Gunvolt was another ex-orphan with powers who went through training with the help of an organization, but his circumstances were different from that of Mylene’s. Gunvolt was experimented on and got his powers in the process by The Sumeragi Group before being taken in by QUILL and it turned out that the leadership of the latter organization had a dark endgame it sought to accomplish with Gunvolt’s help, prompting him to defect from QUILL. While Mylene had a troubling past and has learned to adjust to a morally grey world, she found what Gunvolt went through to be likely darker than her own adventure, especially since Gunvolt was being used as a pawn by his superiors before his defection in contrast to Mylene having consistently good ties to her own. Mylene and Gunvolt have been on good terms with each other, with the latter helping out Mylene if the mission she’s in puts her in a more dangerous position than normal.
  • Having come from a world where the Cold War was still ongoing and took on missions for the Western Bloc as a means to prevent conflict between it and the Eastern Bloc from getting worse, Mylene had to keep an eye on figures in the Pantheon related to that war, especially if they were part of a similarly perpetual Cold War (or at least had their adventures occur in a backdrop where relations between the United States and Russia have badly deteriorated). An organization known as 50 Blessings ended up being a source of concern for Mylene after she learned that they are an ultranationalist terrorist group dedicated to ensuring America’s superiority via eliminating anyone tied to Russia or figures from Russia itself. While she has done her part to keep America (or the Western Bloc) standing, Mylene believes that an organization like 50 Blessings will only make things worse than before and has taken part in missions related to them, either wiping out members tied to the group or gathering intel related to the group’s next course of action.
  • One of Mylene’s bigger missions involved having to rescue a group of psychic children (or “mutants” as they were referred to) that were experimented on to be used to power-up a weapon. A mission in the Pantheon where she investigated a shipment of a drug known as ephemerol took a dark turn after getting into a fight with some goons responsible for trying to deliver it and discovered where that drug came from and the figurehead responsible for its distribution, Darryl Revok. It was bad enough to try and use psychic children as a means to power a weapon, but trying to create even more young psychics to try and create a society ruled by such super-powered individuals was very likely an even more dangerous possibility than the perpetual Cold War that Mylene was used to. Given the threat that Revok’s ambitions pose to the Pantheon, Mylene has been tasked with making sure that any shipments of his drugs are thwarted to prevent a potential uprising of dangerous psychics under Revok’s command from happening.

    Rouge the Bat 
Rouge the Bat, Goddess of Family-Friendly Fanservice (Rogue, bat-face the Rogue, Bat Girl, Bat Thief, Mama Rouge, Rouge the Rat, World's Greatest Thief)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: An outline of her head. Alternatively, the G.U.N. logo
  • Theme Music: Fly in the Freedom; This Machine (shared with Shadow and Omega)
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Badass Normal, Deadpan Snarker, Stacked Fighters And Classy Bat Burglars (that's treasure hunter!), Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Humanoid Female Animal, Ms. Vice Girl, Family-Friendly Fanservice, Teen Superspy, Defrosting Ice Queen
  • Domains: Bats, Jewelry, Beauty, Thievery, Government Agents
  • Allies: Shadow the Hedgehog, E-123 Omega, Sonic the Hedgehog, Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Ren Akiyama, Shiki, Neopolitan, Emerl, Felonius Gru, Batty Koda
  • On good terms with: Ann Takamaki
  • On speaking terms with: The Hall of Detectives, Remilia Scarlet, Strahd von Zavorich
  • Odd Friendship with: Bruce Wayne/Batman
  • Vitriolic Best Buds with: Knuckles the Echidna, Cynthia
  • Rivals: Nack, Nathan Drake, Team Charm, Felicia Hardy, Wario
  • Enemies: Metal Sonic, Mephiles the Dark, Black Doom, Infinite, Dr. Eggman, Antasma, Dr Albert W Wily, Konrad Curze
  • Opposed by: Carmelita Fox
  • Annoyed by: Zubat and Golbat, ZONE
  • Rouge's primary interest is in jewels. She is generally in search of them as a treasure hunter, though she's sometimes a freelance government agent...who expects to be paid in such. She's also rather attractive, though considering the world she's from, it's kept at a relatively tame level. A lot of deities accidentally misspell her name as "Rogue". She simply views said misspelling as a minor inconvenience to her.
    • Is noted to have a relatively diverse wardrobe (at least compared to the other Sonic characters) and can be seen wearing a different costume every other week. No one is certain if she gets new clothes through the jewels she finds or simply via a lot of rings.
  • The House of Love and Affection is still trying to see if she is in love with either Shadow or Knuckles. She has stated that she'll always be by Shadow's side regardless of what happens Omega is there for the two. As for Knuckles, the interactions are a little more complicated to say the least, though they will put aside their differences if the fate of the world is at stake. Rouge works better with Sonic, even being invited to his birthday. The two have also formed a bond with Emerl.
  • Even though her memories of that encounter were erased from her, Rouge isn't really happy to see that Mephiles is in action again. She, along with the Shadow and E-123 Omega intend to stop whatever it is that Mephiles has planned in spite of the erasure of said memories. His other components have restored these memories, and Mephiles chose to taunt her of how her and Shadow's relationship would only end in tragedy in the Bad Future. Given he was technically correct about Sonic being the Iblis Trigger, he might be telling the truth. The two have sworn that'll never happen.
    • They weren't happy to learn that Black Doom is Back from the Dead in the pantheon, and Infinite wasn't happy to meet one of Shadow's confidants when he joined the pantheon.
  • She tends to hang out with fellow Femme Fatale thieves Catwoman and Fujiko Mine. If she's in a mood to steal something, chances are she'll work alongside the two in such. Unlike Selina she's a government agent, though this doesn't get in the way of her jewel thievery. Sometimes she'll work with the Hall of Detectives as part of her role as a government agent. Rouge will sometimes work with Gru due to his role in the Anti-Villain League and willingness to do anti-heroic things to achieve results. He's also a great thief.
    • The fact she's a government agent and thief boils the blood of Carmelita Fox, who opposes any criminal no matter the alignment and will be damned to let one work for the government.
  • One of her appointments was to keep an eye on Eggman's friendly rival Dr Wily, which she already has a poor history with. Wily accuses her of being responsible for Crystal Man's removal from the pantheon because she wanted his crystals all to herself. The bat won't deny that she would do that, but explained that he was actually removed for not properly fitting his trope and he's in no position to complain about being stolen from.
  • Being a bat, Rouge tends to hang out with other deities associated with such, including Ren Akiyama and Shiki. The latter calls her Rougie (partially since Rouge told Shiki not to call her "Rogie"). She's also on good terms with Batty Koda, who she pities for the experimentation done to him. On the other hand, Rouge isn't too thrilled about Antasma and has been getting into fights against him whenever their paths cross. For a bat-themed character the two are on not so surprisingly good terms as she reminds him of Selina. Some people have called Batman a furry for this (though a lot of people feel that way for Rouge).
    Bruce Wayne: "Yes, I'm a furry. My costume gives it away".
  • Given she's a fanservicy and flirtatious bat, Rouge has a Friendly Rivalry with the bat succubi Morrigan and Lilith. She's a lot more modest than them, so it's more about personal vanity than anything lustful. Being an attractive humanoid bat has led to the Hall of Vampires being interested in her, but she only cares to make conversation with classy vamps like Von Zarovich or Remila Scarlet who's both a vampire and a bat. Demitri Maximoff has tried to hit on her but she ignores him unless she wants to Troll Knuckles.
  • She finds the bat-themed Konrad rather intimidating, as he's Batman but evil and on steroids. However beyond opposing him and he opposing her for being a thief, Rouge is more concerned(rather, annoyed) by the Zubat and Golbat who pester her whenever she's exploring caves searching for treasure. Rouge was interested in the world of Pokemon to a degree, but mainly the Woobat line as they remind her of herselfnote . Less vainly she and Cynthia are somewhat chummy together as they're both treasure hunters and Cynthia is a socialite. However the Pokémon champion sometimes bemoans her jewel thievery, greed and vanity, even if she knows Rouge is a good person underneath that.
  • Rouge has gotten a lot of ire from Diancie and her Carbink servants as she always tries to steal their jewels and get the Mythical Pokemon to make more beautiful pink diamonds for her. Sometimes she'll also try to take some of Scrooge McDuck's gems for herself, using her role as a government agent to claim she's part of the IRS. Scrooge eventually put two and two together and fought her, but he can't deny he enjoyed their fight and hopes to prove himself as always her better the next time she tries to take his gems. And while Diancie doesn't have that Worthy Opponent angle with Rouge, she knows the bat thief won't harm her or her Carbink and isn't a bad person.
  • Knows she's attractive and is proud of it. She just wishes that ZONE stopped drawing lewd fanart of her. Personally she holds more of a respect for Ann Takamaki for embracing her beauty without letting other people define what that means for her, and was impressed at how she stood up for herself against sex offenders like Kamoshida. The two first met during her time in the Hall of Thievery, where she espoused wisdom and learned more tips in jewel thievery. Rouge soon found a rival in Black Cat, both in being a Classy Cat-Burglar and vanity about their looks.
  • During one of her treasure-hunting exploits, she met up with treasure-hunter Nack. She was a little amused to hear that the weasel was doing treasure-hunting in the Sonicverse before she came along. Both certainly enjoy the competition and often take shots at each other thanks to Nack's attempts at flirting with her. It was through him that Rouge learned about various other treasure hunters such as Lara Croft, Indiana Jones, and Nathan Drake. She finds them to be rather interesting competition in her treasure-hunting exploits.
    • Rouge later happened to encounter Team Charm by chance during one of her adventures. After a brief dispute over a treasure that they found, she and the group considered each other rivals and are in competition over who can find more valuable treasures.
  • The bat was once asked about the Treasury within the Pantheonic vault. When asked if she would try and steal something from there, she simply said that she would steal something that interests her at the moment. She also knows about Nack's various attempts at breaking in the vault and failing at that. One of the times she tried to steal from the Treasury Wario got it first and the she began chasing him for it, and whatever treasures and valuables he discovers. Wario doesn't like the competition so Rouge didn't bother with any bargaining.

    Shanoa 
Shanoa, Goddess of Sexy Backless Outfits
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: The Glyph symbol
  • Theme Songs: An Empty Tome (Intro, Battle, Judgment)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Vampire Hunter, Action Girl, Swiss Army Hero, Power Tattoo, The Stoic
  • Domains: Glyphs, Combat
  • Allies: Simon & Richter Belmont, Soma Cruz, Jonathan Morris & Charlotte Aulin, The Three Heroes of Wallachia, Adrian Tepes, Gunvolt, Weiss Schnee, Geralt of Rivia
  • Enemies: Vlad Tepes, Count Dracula, Carmilla, Count Orlok, Strahd von Zarovich, Mannfred and Konrad von Carstein, The Crimson Court, Adria, Galeem & Dharkon
  • Wary of: The Ancestor
  • Dracula Vlad Tepes is not someone who is going to go down easily, let alone stay dead, no matter who fights him or how many times he’s been confronted. This is where the Order of Ecclesia, an organization that specializes in glyph-based magic, comes in. Shanoa, a serious-minded girl, is a member of that group and following a botched ritual that saw her friend Albus take off with Dominus (a spell that allegedly can destroy Dracula for good) and Shanoa becoming amnesiac, it’s up to her to set things right, which inevitably, leads to plenty of events she didn’t expect. Barlowe, the leader of the Order who raised Shanoa and Albus, was secretly trying to resurrect Dracula, Albus had good intentions all along, and Dominus would absorb the soul of anyone who uses its full power. While Dracula would be defeated once more and Shanoa would regain her memories and emotions, it came at the cost of Albus’ life.
  • No one was sure what happened to Shanoa after she defeated Dracula, though it can be assumed that she continued traveling to places unknown. As she continued her path, she found a sign that was pointing towards a place that no one was certain about and after hearing some screams from a distance, she rushed to where it was coming from. As it turned out, Shanoa’s next destination was under attack by an assortment of undead creatures and malicious supernatural practitioners. Using what she has at her disposal, Shanoa eliminated the enemies that were terrorizing the village, absorbing some glyphs to use against her adversaries in the process. Once the chaos had settled down, the villagers thanked her for eliminating the threats and that in the Pantheon (of which Shanoa is at right now), dangers like what happened prior happen on a regular basis. Following this, Shanoa has made visits to the Pantheon given how large the place is and to confront whatever dangers are present there.
  • As Shanoa had learned about prior, there was a lineage of vampire hunters who wielded a whip that had taken down Dracula numerous times prior to the Order of Ecclesia stepping in. While she has had some idea of those characters who previously fought Dracula, it was in the Pantheon that she was properly able to meet them, disregarding time rifts or some other supernatural circumstance. Not only were the various members of the Belmont clan (the aforementioned wielders of the whip) present, but so were a handful of other vampire hunters, including magic users, that aided the Belmonts at various points in time. Shanoa found the Belmont clan and their allies to be very worthwhile in their quest to destroy Dracula and in turn, they (especially the magic users) found Shanoa’s ability to use glyphs to her advantage to be intriguing.
  • The fact that Dracula Vlad Tepes was still alive in the Pantheon was something that Shanoa expected to some degree, but was no less upset by. What ended up being more frustrating for her was the fact that there were a multitude of different evil vampires in addition to the Dracula she fought prior. Fighting against Dracula Vlad Tepes was no easy task to begin with and with many of the other malicious vampires having their own strengths and weaknesses to differentiate themselves from Dracula (in addition another evil vampire bearing the name Count Dracula), Shanoa certainly has her work cut out for her. At the very least, there were plenty of other vampire hunters in addition to the Belmont clan and their allies that Shanoa has sometimes worked with to ensure that any evil vampires (be it Dracula Vlad Tepes or someone else) can’t take over the Pantheon.
  • She would end up learning about someone known as The Ancestor, an enigmatic individual who various hunters of the supernatural in the Pantheon are aware of thanks to taking part in some assignments he sent out. Upon meeting him, Shanoa had some suspicions that he might be hiding something much darker than he’s letting in on. Given that Barlowe, who she was working for in the past, turned out to have been corrupted and was trying to resurrect the very enemy that Shanoa was tasked to kill, she has reasons to doubt him, especially after hearing rumors from others about who The Ancestor’s true character is. She hasn’t really antagonized him mainly since he commended her skills as a hunter of the supernatural and has accepted some of his requests to hunt down some dangerous supernatural enemy (mostly related to vampires), though she is preparing herself in case The Ancestor really isn’t who he appears to be.
  • On the subject of treacherous figures, Shanoa harbors a more pronounced hatred towards Adria for being similar to, if not more malicious than, Barlowe in a number of ways. Adria sent a group of adventurers to complete a significant task, except that not only was she a servant of Diablo (a demon with power that’s potentially more of a threat than Dracula), but she used her daughter as a vessel to resurrect Diablo. Whereas Barlowe was more than likely corrupted into insanity leading to using Dominus to resurrect Dracula, Adria made herself a willing servant to Diablo, something that Shanoa was sickened by, especially since the circumstances leading to Diablo’s resurrection are not that different to what could have happened if Shanoa ended up being used as a sacrifice for Dracula’s resurrection.
  • Being raised as a pawn by a seemingly-benevolent figure for a morally reprehensible task would lead Shanoa to find something in common with Gunvolt. Similar to her, Gunvolt was taken in by an organization that positioned themselves as being supportive of GV’s ordeal, only to find out much later that Asimov, the man who led the organization that GV is part of, wanted to use GV and Joule as leaders of a world ruled only by Adepts. Both GV and Shanoa got along very well with each other not only because of how they had to fight against their corrupt mentors, but their versatile and differing abilities make them a potent team to go up against.
  • Her primary means of attacking is through the glyphs that she can absorb from various sources, including any enemy that has access to them. These glyphs can range from weapons to magic skills to abilities that can put the user at risk (as was the case with Dominus) and some of these glyphs will end up being more useful against certain adversaries than others. Shanoa would end up learning about other deities in the Pantheon that can use glyphs, with some having a different means of summoning them than what Shanoa would do. They included Weiss Schnee, Geralt of Rivia, as well as Nanoha Takamachi and her friends, and seeing the different ways that they can use glyphs made her interested in them. While there is potential for Shanoa to absorb some of the glyphs they have to further boost her combat potential, she is very much fine with what she has in terms of glyphs and has sometimes worked with Weiss and Geralt in hunting down supernatural threats.
  • Much to her consternation, she (along with several others from her world who fought against Dracula) were among those turned into Spirits as a result of the battle between Galeem and Dharkon. She is understandably upset in regards to the destruction the two are capable of and has strong animosity towards them as a result, though she is much more furious towards Dharkon. It can be attributed to the fact that not only was she one of the Spirits under its control, but Dracula himself was among those willingly working with the dark abomination not as a Spirit, but as a lieutenant of sorts.

    Shiki 
Shiki, Goddess of Unusual, Sexualised Costumes (The Swanky, Stylishly Sassy Socialite, Nightstalker, ShinobiStyling)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her double-ended scythe, carried by a horde of bats
  • Theme Music: For Serious, Cookin' is a Piece of Cake!, Je Suis La Ninja Japonaise
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, used to be Templar Good
  • Portfolio: Stripperific Costume Based on Witch Costume with Mix of Grim Reaper, Nice Hat, Double-Ended Scythe, The Nicknamer, Defying Dumb Blonde stereotype, Valley Girl speech, Smarter Than You Look, The Social Expert, Throwing Bats at People, Shinobi
  • Domains: Shinobi, Outfits, Scythes, Socialization
  • Allies:
  • Former Enemies: Hanzou Academy, Crimson Squad and Hebijo Academy
  • Enemies: Evil-aligned gods who really are evil
  • How do you sexualise witch's outfit? Or how about Grim Reaper? Well, Shiki, one of students of Gessen Academy, somehow did those two things at the same time. No one is sure why she decided to dress up like that, but no one is really complaining. Especially when it turns out she can turn her costume into bats. Apparently she took fashion advice from Morrigan Aensland.
  • Even though she sounds like your typical valley girl and looks like your typical blondie, she is not what she seems on the surface. Well, she was until her parents died and started training under Kurokage. She is a lot smarter than she looks, being rather IT savvy and where she has her first impressions with people, she understands them if given enough time.
  • She spends some time with Byakuren in order to learn more about Buddhist sutras. She seems to appreciate how a girl like her would follow Buddha's teachings.
  • She has been studying French with Charlotte. When she asked why, she isn't sure what to answer. Kurokage just asked her to study languages and travel the world.
  • She loves to make nicknames to other people, especially for her closest friends. Which she has quite a few in the mortal realm. Even people she doesn't know can get them. That's also exactly why she has become friends with Taokaka.
    • Though in situation where she cannot think of any good nicknames to give, she tends to just go with using "-chin" suffix.
  • When in a bind and you have them, just play oppai rock-paper-scissors. That is something she told, at least.
  • She likes to spend quite bit of time in House of Crafts to buy new outfits. She particularly likes to visit Erika's and Tomoyo's places.

    Sona Buvelle 
Sona Buvelle, Goddess of Low-Neckline Outfits (Sona, Maven of the Strings)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her etwahl
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Magical Etwahl, Impossibly-Low Neckline, Being Mute, Massive Twintails, That Etwahl That Always Came Back To Her, Smiling To Hide Pain, Speaking With Telepathy, Magical Idol Instrument Player, Causing Involuntary Dance, Massive Boobs
  • Domains: Music, Personal Appearance, Combat
  • Allies: Many of the House of Music, but especially Hatsune Miku, Hibiki Hojo and Kanade Minamino, Xin Zhao, Satori Komeiji, Mordekaiser, Väinämöinen, Len, Ahri
  • Rivals: The Defenders of the Ancients (Radiants and Dires), Akasha
  • Sona is an exceptional Goddess. Her music is known to soothe everyone, even some of the darker ones (just ask Darius when he accompanied Swain to her concert). Of course, if the hearer is exceptionally evil and unforgivable, Sona would turn the music into a sundering melody.
  • Because of her muteness, Sona used either telepathy or sign language or writings to communicate more directly. But, damn she's adorable with her muteness.
  • Due to her supportive combat style, Sona is usually targetted by her enemies a lot, but not to worry, there's A LOT of Gods that'll gladly protect her.
  • Amongst her fellow Music friends, Sona is most fond with Hatsune Miku, due to their similarity. She was thinking that if she's reviving the Pentakill band in the Pantheon, Miku would probably be a member. Likewise, Miku often used some of her voice to make some 'illusion' that Sona actually sings, but this is rare. Of course, Sona's boobs made Miku jealous.
    • In fact, Sona's boobs was that phenomenal, she's been scouted by Paio, Litchi and Mami as the fourth member to upgrade their group into "Boobie Quartet" (after the proposal was rejected by Sypha). Sona hasn't… written or made telepathic messages about it, but she seems to be considering it.
    • Later on, when Paio was revealed to be flat-chested and had to be booted, it was by chance that Sona gave the telepathic message to Litchi and Mami that she indeed accepted the offer for membership. And thus, the Boobie Trio stayed intact... until Sona, in memories of her old 'Pentakill' group, gave another message: She wants a five-women group and the group be renamed 'Penta Racks'. It was agreed on from get-go.
  • Sona was once in the House of Music, but on the discovery that her instrument was a one-of-a-kind type, with no hopes for a follower, Sona was unable to stay at the House of Music. She managed to find a new house here, thanks to her epic low neckline somehow attracting a lot of... followers.
  • Her Etwahl is... something. Not only that she's capable of doing soothing or deadly music with it, don't ever think of separating her from it. It always comes back to her.
  • Tends to 'speak' in emoticons. :) for happy. :( for sad.
  • She once played a song for Cao Cao and her music was praised to be 'soul-moving' with a sundering silence. For that genuine gesture, Sona let a telepathic gratitude, and it's only then Cao Cao realized why he's moved: Her telepathic message sounded like a certain musician that he cared quite a bit back home.
  • Ariel, having learned what it's like to be mute despite possessing a beautiful musical talent, has been trying to investigate why Sona was mute. She was making a guess that Ursula might have taken away her voice via a sneaky deal.
  • Apparently people are questioning her sanity when it's revealed that she's hanging around with a soul-stealing abomination like Mordekaiser and even has a history of founding a music band known as Pentakill together. Good-aligned Gods tends to stand in for her defense saying that she actually brings out a good, protective side on even Mordekaiser.
  • Sona took an interest in EDM, and 'spoke' with Daft Punk about getting a rig set up.
  • Lately, she didn't have the best of luck. She found out that Mordekaiser has become more and more distant to her and becoming even more unrestrained in evil, doing a lot of sadistic things. Compounding on this, during what could have been a match, her team was sabotaged by Akasha, the Queen of Pain, who kidnapped her whole team and she was wise enough to have Sona tied up and gagged in spite of muteness and wearing ridiculously lewd BDSM gear, with her expressing how she hated Sona the most amongst the 'champions' while torturing her. She was freed eventually and kept up the face that she's all right, but none knows that Sona felt like crying inside her.
  • ............ (Excuse us, there's some difficulties in conveying what she says. Let's try that again)
    • Only you can hear me, Summoner. What masterpiece shall we play today?

Demigods

    Alma Armas 
Alma Armas, Goddess of Sweater Girls (Armitage, Anchorage, Brandtini Lady, Titty Hacker, Sweater pups, Boobtender, Alice_Rabbit(?))
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  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A Brandtini alongside her glasses
  • Alignment: True Neutral/Neutral Good. Possibly somewhere more chaotic if she is Alice_Rabbit.
  • Portfolio: Ribbed sweater, Statuesque Stunner, Have I Mentioned I Am Heterosexual Today?, Idiot Hair, Mechanical hands, Getting fed up with her older sister's shit, Briefly taking up the role as bartender for Jill
  • Domains: Family, Hacking, Beauty
  • Allies: Jill Stingray, Dorothy Haze, Sei P. Asagiri and Stella Hoshii, Dana Zane, G36 and the rest of the ascended G&K Tactical Dolls, Elliot Anderson, Dr. Hal Emmerich
  • Enemies: AAHW
  • Opposed by/Opposes: Teseo of the Seven, Sombra, Heihachi and Kazuya Mishima
  • Annoyed by: Johnny Bravo
  • Alma Armas is one of VA-11 Hall-A’s regulars and became a good friend to one of its bartenders, Jill Stingray. She’s stunningly beautiful and tends to tease Jill here and there, but she’s quite calm and smart and is a security consultant by trade (not a hacker, she usually prefers the other term). Alma’s a family-centric woman and loves them very much, though that doesn’t necessarily mean Alma herself doesn’t have her issues with them, and while she would like to raise a family of her own one day she hasn’t had much luck in her relationships with guys.
  • Alma managed to acquire a title when one workday landed her in the Pantheon and her client vouched for her inclusion out of gratitude on top of paying her. She didn’t think much of it at first and thought it was something stupid and brushed it off, especially since she wasn’t fond of the “title” she got assigned with, though after doing some quick research in her general area she deduced that she wasn’t in Glitch City anymore and that the title she ended up being gifted wasn’t complete nonsense. Alma met Jill not long after hearing the news and ended up hanging out and crashing at her place for the night.
  • Her job as a security consultant mainly entails being a white hat, or ethical computer hacker, as many of her jobs have her help with pinpointing breaking points in a security system. It’s a mostly honest job. Mostly. Either way, she doesn’t think much of what happens with her clients after her job is done as by then it’s none of her business. Alma found her calling with it thanks to her love for puzzles when she was younger and this passion would later be rekindled after taking a course on system security in college. Ideally, when working, Alma puts herself behind as many filters as she can manage not just for security reasons but also save herself time by judging her as a brainless beauty and/or wanting to sleep with her, like that they expect her to be the archetypal disheveled nerd.
    • Speaking of her occupation, her being a security consultant is why she replaced her arms with cybernetic prostheses: She can directly interface with technology this way which would include the computer in her glasses as her index finger can function as a cursor. It helps that it also allows her to avoid Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and that her old parts were donated to a woman who had lost hers in an accident. It should be noted that only her hands are truly cybernetic and otherwise don’t enhance their physical capabilities, although at one point she fired them at a mugger akin to a rocket punch. It’s not practical though since her hands have a start-up time in addition to only being able to fire one at a time.
  • While she would like to have a family of her own someday she hasn’t had much luck with guys, and this goes back as far as high school. Quoth Jill: “if any guy ends up marrying [Alma] it’s because they passed [her] irrational standards”. Alma hasn’t tried her luck in the Pantheon because she’d prefer that her dates are from her world, though that hasn’t stopped other people from taking an interest in her in turn. One of them was Johnny Bravo, and Alma and didn’t have time for his antics which led to him getting slugged by her metal hands for his efforts.
  • While on the topic of hackers, Alma has strong opinions when it comes to the Playful Hacker trope, specifically in regards to how the concept is sensationalized by the news like with Alice_Rabbit (a notable hacker in Glitch City) and the influence it could have on kids. Her stance on such an issue is interesting considering she has some shades of it herself even if she ultimately treats it as a job. There’s also the fact that she may or may not be the person behind Alice_Rabbit if some blink-and-you’ll-miss-it evidence to go off of. Bringing up the topic only annoys her to recite a speech she prepared for such occasions, and acquiring the information discreetly has also been unsuccessful.
    • When it comes to other hackers in the Pantheon she says what they do is none of her business. Surprisingly, this even extends to people like Futaba Sakura and Radical Ed though she clarified as while she remains concerned also recognizes they know what they are doing. In addition, she has admitted to working with Elliot Anderson and Dr. Hal Emmerich on a couple of different jobs from time and time though Alma tends to work with the latter more often. One of the things stopping her from working with the former more is his alter ego, Mr. Robot, a ruthless and antisocial alternate persona that came about from his severe social anxiety and clinical depression. While . On the other hand, Alma is also open about her disdain for more malicious hackers such as Teseo of the Seven and Sombra.
  • When Griffon and Kryuger stopped by Glitch City, Alma managed to hire the services of G36 while helping them out with debugging. In the process of her debugging, however, two of G36’s dummies ended up being inhabited by Alma’s vacuum cleaner and toaster. Crushed by this reality, the three robots decide to leave and go shopping for Dinergate bodies in the market, all while Alma was out making a call with Kalina, a G&K logistics officer. Alma remains on good terms with G36 and the many other T-Dolls despite the incident. It helps that she’s still interested in their tech as it’s far different from what she’s familiar with.
  • Alma’s immediate family consists of her parents, two older siblings, two younger siblings, and then herself. As stated before she values them above everything but that doesn’t mean they, like many families, don’t drive her crazy in some way. For example, she’s hounded by her mother over being unmarried and without kids at her age, something that doesn’t help the pressure of finding a guy she already imposes on herself. When it comes to familial issues, however, Dayana stands at the forefront. Alma used to get along with her, but she stopped looking up to her when the teenage Dayana became more distant and outright rejected her in front of her friends. Things got worse when she became an adult where she turned out to be an utter deadbeat. Long story short she’s selfish, refuses to work, is neglectful of her kids, and is more concerned with bedding people (including her husband, whom she knew for only three months and turned out to be abusive, not that it stopped Dayana from letting him come back after kicking him outnote ).
    • Hectic her family can be at times, it’s nowhere near bad as some other families can be in the Pantheon. On the more ordinary side, Grey Heffley’s older brother is a prick, his younger brother is a spoiled brat, and Greg himself is a narcissist while the Wilkerson Family may as well be the picture of dysfunctional inside a dictionary. As for the more extreme side of things, her relationship with Dayana pales to that of Nina and Anna Williams and the Mishima Family is plagued by generations worth of conflict with one another. She has, on record, refused to work for the Mishima Zaibatsu and G Corporation due to her mutual distaste for Heihachi and Kazuya.
  • Let’s address the elephant in the room for a second: Yes, her chest is gigantic and her ribbed sweater does little to hide that and only adds to her already intoxicating beauty. Its size has been commented on by several people, including Jill and her boss, Dana. And despite what anyone says no, it’s not the result of plastic surgery: They’re real and they’re spectacular. And it even runs in the family as her sisters can attest to.
    Alma: All you see here is filled with love and dreams.
  • One of her more notable jobs involved one that she took for the AAHW. It started off mundane at first, she was asked to look at a “security defect” but the lack of details given and cooperation made her suspicious. After a few days, Alma decided to discretly look more into the matter itself and the AAHW as a whole. The device with the “defect” turned out to be a potentially powerful Improbability Drive, one that the Auditor seeks to unleash unto the Pantheon to cause havoc. Knowing this, she decided to back out under the pretences of being unable to crack it while she “accidentally” leaked information on such a device to several of their enemies as well as other organizations who would seek to crack down such a thing. The agency eventually grew suspicious and sent a couple teams to silence her but Alma, despite being a mostly normal unarmed civilian going up against trained soldiers, got away unscathed. How you may ask? Alma sent fake orders to several of the Mooks sent to dispose of her, most of them detailing that there are traitors in their midst while the others were given orders that involved firing on their own men. By all means it should not have worked for anyone else but since the AAHW’s grunts obey whatever order given to them, Alma managed to give them the slip during the confusion.
  • “I’m a hacker, remember? You shouldn’t piss off a hacker.”

    Miu Furinji 
Miu Furinji, Goddess of Tight Outfits (The Feather That Cuts the Wind, Bulu Indah)
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  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A feather floating through the air; the hair clips her mother left her
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Action Girl, Badass Adorable, Unstoppable Rage, Clothing Damage, Cuteness Proximity, Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold, Lady of War, Meaningful Name
  • Domains: Martial Arts, Friendship, Cat Lovers, tight outfits, Acrobatic fighting, muscle memory attacks
  • Heralds: Shio Sakaki
  • Allies: Kenichi Shirahama (Her husband), Shigure Kosaka Sakura Kasugano, Kenshin Himura, Barbara Ann Minerva, Asura (Sympathizes with mutual anger issues), Tifa, Flonne, Master Asia, (reminds her of her grandfather)
  • Rivals: Any deity, regardless of gender, that flirts with Kenichi
  • Enemies: Any martial artists that abuse their powers; those that treat cats badly; those that act perversely toward her
  • Opposed by: Noel Vermillion (Miu does not know this)
  • Was acended when Sakura Kasugano went to investigate why the Bureaucracy was making such a fuss. She placed a hand on the girl’s shoulder and found herself thrown almost six feet. After Miu apologized profusely, Sakura challenged the girl to a sparring match, having sensed a strong martial arts spirit in her. During the match, Sakura could swear she saw feathers swirling around each time Miu attacked. Sakura decided to observe this girl a bit more, and found that every piece of clothing that she wore, from her school uniform to winter coats, stuck to her like glue. Sakura took all of this information back to the Pantheon, where it was decided that Miu should be granted Godhood.
  • She can normally be found in the House of Combat honing her skills. Asura has been helping her deal with her inner Dou Ki.
  • She can also be found at the House of Beasts, playing with all the cats.
  • Her relationship with Kenichi has been making steady progress, mostly due to the fact that her grandfather, Hayate, isn’t around to make it tough on Kenichi. The two are enjoying it while they can.
  • Has an unfortunate tendency to receive clothing damage. In fact, it happens every time she partakes in any confrontation more strenuous than Rock-Paper-Scissors. As such, she has asked both the House of Craft and of Science to find some material that won’t shred off her body. No one’s in any real hurry.

    Jasmine 
Princess Jasmine, Goddess of Baring Midriff and Arabian-Based Beauties (Princess, Jaz/Jazzy, Dearest, Pussycat, Street Mouse, Your Majesty, Shirin)
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  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A jasmine flower wrapped by a turquoise-coloured, sapphire-adorned headband.
  • Theme: "A Whole New World" (Shared with Aladdin). Alternatively, "Speechless", "Desert Moon" or "Call Me A Princess"note 
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Blue Is Heroic, Pretty Princess Powerhouses, a rebel against most authority, Often wears a blue bedlah and harem pants that reveals her midriff, Daddy's Girl, Beware the Nice Ones, Lonely Rich Kid, Friend to All Children, Defiant Captive, Incredibly proud and stubborn, Fell in love with a commoner, happily married to Aladdin, One of the Princesses of Heart, Politically Active Princess, Is a teacher in Storybrooke, originally named Badroulbadour
  • Domains: Royalty, Love, Disguise, Marriage, Light
  • Heralds: Rajah (her tiger), Aneesa (her Lady-In-Waiting), Dalia (her handmaiden)
  • Superior: Walt Disney
  • Allies: Aladdin (Her husband), The Sultan (her father), Abu, Genie, Carpet, Iago, Hercules, Snow White, Cinderella, Alice, Aurora, Belle and the Beast, Rapunzel, Kairi, Sora, Donald Duck, Goofy, Mulan, Ariel, Jeannie, the other Aladdin, Alibaba Saluja, Morigana, Tommen Baratheon, Padme Amidala, Marle, Crono, Prince Achemed, Scheherazade, Shantae, Tigress of the Furious Five
  • Respects: Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad, Oberyn Martell, Tigger, Robin Hood, Sly Cooper and his gang, Choerry
  • Enemies: Jafar, Maleficient, Pete, Lady Tremaine, Scar, Hades, Master Xehanort, Larxene, Tywin Lannister, Cersei Lannister, Joffrey Baratheon, Gregor Clegane, Shere Khan, Desiree, Erazor Djinn, Risky Boots, Poison Ivy, Courtney Gears
  • Wary around: Riku, Carmelita Fox, Carmen Sandiego, Hoopa
  • Princess Jasmine, daughter of Agrabah's Sultan, felt more like a bird trapped in a cage rather than royalty. Time and time again, the Sultan arranged for Jasmine to marry a prince by her next birthday when in truth she only wished to marry for love's sake. Tired of being confined to the palace, she disguised herself as a peasant and ran away. While in the marketplace, she ended up angering an apple merchant, but was saved at the last second by a young man and his monkey sidekick. The two briefly got to know each other, before palace guards sent by Grand Vizier Jafar arrested the boy and dragged him off to the dungeon. Jasmine was devastated; the boy was set to be executed, and she would never learn his name or see him again. A day or two later, a mysterious prince named Ali Ababwa arrived in the city, wishing to take the princess's hand in marriage. Though initially hostile to him, Jasmine quickly warmed up to the "Prince", especially when she realized he was the same man from the marketplace. It only got more complicated when Jafar stole a magic lamp from Ali and, using the genie within, revealed everything to be a ruse. Ali was never a prince, he was a mere street rat named Aladdin. Jafar took over Agrabah and nearly forced Jasmine to marry him - but with her help, Aladdin was able to stop the evil sorcerer-turned-genie and seal him away in a lamp. Once the dust had settled, The Sultan decreed that Jasmine was free to marry whomever she chose. She chose Aladdin.
    • Jasmine's ascension to the Pantheon coincided with Aladdin's, but they didn't arrive immediately. Following Jafar's second defeat she, Al, and their friends ended up going on multiple other adventures both in Agrabah and beyond. It was only after they tied the knot that a gateway opened up in the palace. They entered it, discovering a strange land full of people and creatures unlike any seen in Agrabah. A land known only as The Pantheon. Jasmine and Aladdin were welcomed by the other royals living there... but there was a slight problem. Abis Mal, an arrogant thief and minor pain in everyone's side, managed to sneak into the Pantheon and had planned on stealing from the treasury. True to form, the princess and former street rat went straight to work, hunting down and putting the pitiful thief in his place. Abis Mal was banished back to the desert, and for their heroic actions, Aladdin and Jasmine were made deities in the Pantheon, although at first, Jasmine wasn't pleased with her chosen titles, due to her... overly revealing attire. She would've rather a title in the House of Royalty but eventually, she grew to accept her position, as long as she got to be with Aladdin still. She was also happy to find her father, the Genie, Abu, and the Magic Carpet all managed to secure ascensions as well. Together, the gang are ready for more adventures in the Pantheon, and to explore the worlds beyond their homeland.
  • Her Temple leads back to Agrabah, more specifically, her home in the Royal Palace. When not seeing her Lady-In-Waiting, Aneesa or in her private chambers, she'll sometimes visit the gardens to spend time with her loving pet tiger Rajah, or bring her fellow deities along to decompress from the Pantheon's madness. One day though, Jasmine and Rajah were wandering through the palace when a young woman came up to the princess and wrapped her in a hug. Jasmine initially didn't recognize this stranger... then a memory trickled back to her mind. It turned out that this mystery woman was actually Dalia, her handmaiden from another timeline. The two old friends were happy to see each other once more and after some discussion, Jasmine named her, Aneesa, and Rajah, her Heralds. Aneesa, for her part, prefers to remain in Agrabah while Dalia and Rajah will accompany the princess to the Pantheon, with the handmaiden reuniting with the Genie once more, a sight Jasmine can't help but smile at. Sometimes, Jasmine will pretend to be Dalia to see if people will notice. Dalia doesn't make for a convincing "Jasmine".
  • Not long after they ascended, Aladdin and Jasmine had an encounter with the Greek demigod Hercules. Now it wasn't exactly on the best of terms, as Herc and Al were tricked by their enemies - Hades and Jafar - into fighting each other. Thankfully, they were able to figure out the deception and joined forces to defeat their respective enemies. As for Jasmine, she's fascinated by Herc's stories of Olympus and of his own adventures, and will often listen in whenever she and Aladdin come to visit the demigod's temple. She also calls upon his help in case there's a threat that Al can't deal with alone, which Herc is more than happy to oblige.
  • Jasmine has gotten along wonderfully with her fellow Disney Princesses, many of whom were surprised by her many adventures and marriage to a commoner, in contrast to the princes they've ended up with. Nevertheless, they're always curious to hear about the various adventures she's had with Aladdin and company, as well as establishing connections between their kingdoms and Agrabah. Out of the main princesses, Jasmine is often seen with Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Ariel and Belle, all of whom had their share of struggles whether it was abusive families, finding true love or dealing with villainous magic wielders. She tends to hang out with Cinderella and Belle the most, both being former commoners who married into royalty much as Aladdin did long ago. But her closest friend among the Disney Princesses is Rapunzel. The reason for it? Both ladies have the longest hair among their fellow princesses and Rapunzel will help Jasmine sneak off in the night when the latter wants to visit Aladdin. That being said, Jasmine can still manage her hair better.
    • They're often all seen together during major Pantheonic gatherings, in their formal attire and all. In their off-time, however, and thanks to the glitch Princess Vanellope, Jasmine and the others have adopted a more "casual" appearance, chilling out in the House of Royalty after long days. Initially, Jasmine and her fellow princesses were hostile towards Vanellope after she accidentally ended up in their chambers but they quickly warmed up to her after learning she shared several characteristics with them.
  • Like many other Disney characters, Jasmine's appearance is prone to change depending on where she is. In one timeline, she was a more Politically Active Princess with a strong desire to succeed her father as Sultan and be a benevolent ruler to her people. Something she managed to accomplish after defeating Jafar. In another one, she was among the many fairy-tale beings transported to Storybrooke, Maine, taking on the identity of Shirin becoming a teacher's aide at Snow White's school. The Pantheon has allowed Jasmine to remember all these experiences and will become Shirin to help teach the Pantheon's children whenever she gets the chance. Should also be mentioned too, but she can also be a good dancer when she needs to be.
  • As her tale is part of the Arabian Nights, Jasmine found herself making friends with those who also hail from the Night's other stories. She became close friends with the Persian queen Scheherezade, who was flattered by the princess's admiration for her stories and confidence in avoiding certain death. They like to get together from time to time, with Jasmine adding her own batch of adventures for Scheherezade to tell others. She also met and became friends with the kind-hearted Prince Achmed,note  with both their respective fathers establishing friendly diplomatic relations between their kingdoms.
  • The need to become acquainted with other nobles was necessary to Jasmine's growth as a ruler. As such, she began to meet with other royal deities in the Pantheon. One of the first she met was Padmé Amidala, former Queen turned Senator of Naboo. She introduced Jasmine to her homeworld, helped set up trade and relations with Agrabah... not to mention introducing her vast wardrobe to Jasmine. She also became friends with a young warrior named Chrono and a girl named Marle, in actuality, Princess Nadia of Guardia; the two ladies bonding over their shared problems with being overly-sheltered princess, although The Sultan was less strict. Marle found Jasmine's history with Aladdin to be incredibly romantic, and hearing of all the sights he showed her as he was courting her. It reminded her of how Crono was with her in the Millennial Fair, showing her the many sights around them. She was glad that Jasmine managed to get married to Aladdin even though he wasn't royalty, much like her marriage to Crono (who was much better off than Aladdin but still a commoner).
  • Now wanting to establish connections with other kingdoms is good for trade and relations... unless it has to do with Seven Kingdoms of Westeros. The Sultan and Jasmine were in talks with a man known as Tywin Lannister, Hand to the young King Tommen Baratheon, and while the Sultan was interested in providing trade, Jasmine was wary of the Lord of Casterly Rock. She was right. While out in the marketplace with Aladdin, Jasmine met another Westerosi noble; Prince Oberyn of House Martell. The three began to converse and when the princess mentioned Tywin had visited, Oberyn told her and Aladdin about Tywin's cruelty and ruthlessness and how his knight, Ser Gregor Clegane, had murdered his sister Elia and her two children. This warning was enough for Jasmine to convince her father to halt all further talks with Tywin, even forbidding Ser Gregor from ever setting foot in Agrabah. Tywin was less than impressed and left the Palace... but not without leaving a single warning. A Lannister always pays his debts.
    • Thanks to the incident with Tywin, Jasmine has shown great distrust for the rest of House Lannister. In particular, Queen Cersei, due to her cruel and vain nature, and her equally cruel son Joffrey. The feeling's mutual on Cersei's part, as she considers Jasmine nothing more than a "Dornish whore" who has no right to be a proper ruler. Jasmine's counter? "At least I didn't sleep with my brother." It was enough to send the Queen of Westeros away fuming. Joffrey has tried courting Jasmine to be his queen... only to get a black eye in the process. Now he intends on invading Agrabah in revenge. The only Lannister she gets along with is Tommen, mostly because she sees a lot of her father in him, especially when Jafar began to manipulate Tommen in a similar manner. She's also determined to make sure he doesn't go the same road her Sultan father did.
  • Jasmine may be feminine in appearance, but she's a rebel at heart. she's a capable fighter when the chips are down, even keeping up with Aladdin on his many adventures. In fact, on one occasion, she had her identity erased and was led to believe she was Abis Mal's daughter. She proceeded to beat everyone else, betray her "father" and take the throne for herself before the effects were reversed. But the Pantheon proved to be much more than she anticipated, with numerous thieves, warriors and combatants even better than Al. Upon meeting and befriending Hua Mulan, Jasmine started taking sparring lessons with her, hoping to improve her skills.
  • Jasmine was a little upset that Aladdin was placed in the House of Crime, separate from her own temple, but at the very least, she's glad he hasn't been distracted by the Goddesses there. She sometimes joins Aladdin on his Robin Hood-like antics, even joining up with some of Al's newfound allies, the Cooper gang and Robin Hood himself. However, she has declined to become part of a thieving group with the likes of Carmen Sandiego. For her part, she's glad Aladdin hasn't joined their ranks, else they would have another Forty Thieves scenario.
    • One day, Aladdin had gone missing and Jasmine was forced to search for him, Along the way, she ended up encountering the 12th century Assassin, Altaïr Ibn-La'Ahad. He had been tracking down Templar activity when he spotted Aladdin being captured, apparently for trying to stealing relics from the Order. Determined to save her husband, Jasmine convinced Altaïr to take her with him, working together to rescue Aladdin and escape the Templars. Since then, Altaïr and the Assassin Order have been sighted in Agrabah, perhaps to keep things secure. Jasmine doesn't mind; she knows if the Palace needs help, they'll step in.
  • One time, Jasmine heard Aladdin was in the House of Music playing a strange flute. Curious, she went to investigate was surprised to see this Aladdin was not her husband whatsoever, but rather a young, blue-haired Magi chosen one tasked with finding a king to rule the entire world. Jasmine continued to talk to him and over time they got to know each other, with Blue Al introducing her to his friends Alibaba Saluja and Morigana. All three later helped Jasmine and her Aladdin out when Jafar attempted to destroy Agrabah with Erazor Djinn's assistance, further cementing their friendship.
  • If there's one thing that Jasmine loves above all else, it's tigers. After all, she considers Rajah one of her closest friends. Her opinion of the Pantheon's resident tigers though is mixed. Through Mulan, she became friends with Master Tigress, who's helped the princess hone her training in martial arts, as well as keeping Agrabah safe from outside threats. There's also the bouncy, ever-energetic Tigger, who sometimes hops in to play with Rajah - while trying to avoid the bigger tiger's sharp claws and teeth. Jasmine has trouble roping in the stuffed animal but she knows he means well, and even asks Genie to hang out with him. On the flip side, there's the man-eater Shere Khan. He was encountered one day when Rajah wandered into his territory, resulting in a brief fight in which Khan triumphed. Jasmine, Aladdin and the Genie were able to rescue Rajah and ever since she's made sure to keep the big housecat at home at all times. At least until she goes out to explore.
  • Jasmine once had an encounter with Inspector Carmelita Fox of Interpol, which initially started off pretty civil, with both parties sharing their stories and hobbies... and it all went downhill from there. See, Jasmine was at the time, in her Shirin attire when she first met Inspector Fox. When they met next, the princess returned to her formal dress, which inadvertently brought back bad memories of Carmelita's brief stunt as a belly dancer back in Ancient Arabia. Jasmine had to flee for her life once Carmelita found out that the princess was married to the son of the King of Thieves. Aladdin and Sly Cooper were able to bail Jaz out of there and since then, the princess has had to keep her distance.
  • One night, Aladdin and Jasmine were soaring through the skies on the Magic Carpet, a strange red-coloured machine flew by. At the driver's seat was a blue, koala-like creature, offering Jasmine a ride in it. What happened next? She took it, leaving Aladdin behind in the smoke, much to his surprise and dismay. As such, she was surprisingly more than pleased to see Stitch in the House of Family, along with a little girl named Lilo Pelekai. She explained how Stitch, while good-natured, will sometimes cause mischief in different worlds. as evident from his time in Atlantica, Beast's Castle and the Pride Lands. Still, the blue alien always has The Red One parked right outside his temple, having secretly promised her to take on another ride through the cosmos in it. Jasmine politely declined but the offer remains open.
  • Jasmine's connection to her fellow princesses is much deeper than just being from the same company. Turns out she is one of seven select nobles whose hearts have no darkness in them whatsoever, along with Snow White, Cinderella, Aurora, Belle, Alice, and a young girl from Radiant Garden named Kairi. All seven were sought after by a coalition of Disney Villains led by Maleficent, who joined forces with Jafar to help take over Agrabah. He was soundly defeated by a young keyblade wielder named Sora, but Jasmine was kidnapped by his friend turned enemy Riku. Taken to Hollow Bastion, her heart was used to open the way to Kingdom Hearts, but was saved by Sora and his friends; Donald Duck and Goofy. For that, she is grateful for the Keybarer and his companions, as well as becoming friends with Kairi in the Pantheon. But it also led to Jasmine opposing Maleficent, her lackey Pete and, after learning about the Keyblade War, Master Xehanort.
    • She had a harder time forgiving Riku for what he did, despite having turned over a new leaf. He soon proved himself when Organization XIII member Larxene came to the desert kingdom to abduct the princess. Joining forces with Sora and Aladdin, Riku drove off the electric Nobody and saved Agrabah. It was enough for Jasmine to accept Riku's apologies, but progress is still slow.
  • One time, Jasmine was abducted by a plant-based sorcerer named Arbutus as payback against the Sultan taking a rose from his collection. While cold towards humans, he was a kind soul who cared for plants as was something of an artist. Jasmine had hoped to see the same when she met Pamela Isley, due to her caring deeply for the natural world as well. Unfortunately, while she sympathized with Arbutus' story, Poison Ivy couldn't bring herself to renounce her ways and warned Jasmine to keep out of her temple, else she, and her loved ones, might end up as another one of her victims. It's alright though, as she found Kurama much more of a gentleman and a better person to talk to.
  • Thanks to the Genie, Jasmine learned about the other djinn found within the Pantheon, even making a few friends - and some enemies - with them. The most prominent allies she gained were Jeannie and the half-genie Shantae, who sported similar clothing to her and were impressed by Jasmine's bravery and skills. They ended up becoming close friends after Shantae's old enemy Risky Boots invaded Agrabah, only to be defeated by the dynamic trio. They're sometimes seen in either Agrabah or Scuttle Town hanging out and taking in the sights. They also had to work together with the Genie in roping in the mischievous Pokémon, Hoopa when it came to Agrabah to cause a ruckus. Jeannie and Shantae have explained Hoopa was harmless in its Confined Forme but Jasmine has remained wary of it, due to seeing just how dangerous it was in its Unbound Forme.
    • As for enemies, Jasmine is distrustful of Erazor Djinn due to his intent on destroying the Arabian Nights, even going so far as to team up with Jafar to do so. The fact that Erazor is a dark version of the Genie she knew doesn't help a single bit. Jaz is also wary around the ghostly Desiree, due to her wanting to dispose of Aladdin. Surprisingly though, Desiree doesn't outright hate Jasmine. In fact, she understood where Jasmine's frustration with an Arranged Marriage and noted how the two were Bedlah wearers. For her part, Jasmine pitied Desiree and the circumstances leading to her death but she's not up for letting the undead genie hurt Aladdin or her friends.
  • Surprisingly, Jasmine gets along well with the meerkat and warthog duo of Timon and Pumbaa, the former in particular. Why? Well turns out Timon once accidentally ended up in Agrabah and assisted Aladdin in freeing her from a giant hourglass. Though a little bummed he didn't get a reward out of it, he and Pumbaa are still fine hanging out in the palace... so long as Rajah doesn't try to eat them.
  • One evening, Jasmine and Aladdin were attending a dance production in the House of Music when they spotted something rather interesting. The dancers in question were a Korean Pop group called LOOΠΔ, and they were performing one of their songs... while dressed as various Disney Princesses. Jasmine was quick to notice one of their members, Choerry, was wearing her trademark Bedlah attire and for her part, she couldn't stop laughing. After the show, the princess met with the young idol, complimenting her dancing and, much to Choerry's amusement, admitted that she fitted the Bedlah well.

    Tomoyo Daidouji 
Tomoyo Daidouji, The Goddess Who Wants Her Beloved to be Fashionable (Madison Taylor)
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  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A white wing
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Extremely Complicated and Fashionable Costumes, The Confidant, Camera Fiend, Unmentioned Father, Fangirl, Very, Very Rich, The Fashionista, Living Emotional Crutch for Sakura, Meta Guy, I Want My Beloved to Be Happy and Fashionable, Muggle Best Friend and Unfazed by the Strangeness, Hero-Worshipper, Ojou, The Reliable One, Shipper on Deck, Spoiled Sweet, Wise Beyond Her Years
  • Domain: Fashion, Love, Costumes, Cameras
  • Herald: Sonomi Daidouji (her mother)
  • Allies: Sakura Kinomoto (her second cousin), Kero, Syaoran Li (sort-of-rival for Sakura's love), Rarity, Yuko Ichihara, Shiki, Lili Rochefort, Charlotte LaBouff, Richie Rich, Yomi, Ceri, Erike Kurumi/Cure Marine
  • Opposes: Any enemy of Sakura and Syaoran, Princess Morbucks, Eliza and Neil Reagan, Kyubey
  • Opposed by: the Dursleys
  • Fears: The Nothing Card
  • Has volunteered to be the official costume designer for the whole Pantheon, but the higher-ranked gods have declined her offer, believing the effort and requests may be too much for her. She was instead invited to be a costume designer for the Magical Girl Sisterhood.
    • And after a review of her profile, it was decided that she transfer over to her new trope, and another house to go with it. She's all right with it, as it befits her.
  • Incredibly devoted to Sakura Kinomoto. When Sakura was chosen to join the Pantheon, Tomoyo was over the moon with joy and produced a dozen or so costumes for her to wear during her ascension ceremony.
  • With the discovery of (and accessibility to) better (and sturdier) clothing materials, Tomoyo now has marginally more practical costumes for Sakura to wear that are actually protective.
  • Thanks to the House of Technology, Tomoyo has picked up on the idea of using drones like quadcopters (which her mother's company made and is operable by smartphone) for her camera recording needs so as to be able to capture Sakura's escapades from better angles (and not have to risk her own life by getting too close to the fray as she had many times). And with a couple more tinkerings thanks to other gods, she made sure that they'll be able to see through all magical spectrums and still be able to function and record if she should ever get incapacitated. That way, she won't have to miss out on recording Sakura's escapades when she's in the area.
  • Previously met her counterpart from another world, the princess of an alternate Tokyo. They spent hours discussing the different incarnations of Sakura they knew.
  • As a designer of dresses, she spends a lot of time with deities of similar careers like Rarity, who in turn occasionally requests assistance in sewing up outfits for clients.
    • Through Tomoyo's connections in the Sisterhood (via Sakura), she had the fortune of meeting Erika Kurumi, another aspiring designer, and the two share their ideas.
  • While she had lost her memory of it, Pantheon ascension returned to her the memories and experiences lost as a result of magic throughout Sakura's adventures, including those of being erased by the Nothing card, and knowing how it felt like the first time, she's terrified of it when in the same room as her without Sakura around.
  • With Sakura gaining more and more allies with powers, Tomoyo has been feeling a little concerned in her "usefulness", even after discovering more protective clothing materials. She has entertained the notion of getting some magical powers herself, but wonders if that's just selfish thinking. Even if her personal issues is just her unrequited love for Sakura (which she claims she's made peace with), maybe it just might work.
    • Oh, and Kyubey did try to tempt her once with a contract so she can join Sakura in her adventures, but Kero arrived in time before the Incubator could tempt her further and destroyed him. She knew about the dangers of becoming a Puella Magi, though, so she wasn't gonna accept the offer anyway.


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