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The domain of fictional creatures. While pretty much all the beasts in the Pantheon are fictional portrayals of creatures, these are fictional fictional portrayals of creatures. Yes, it usually makes more sense to call them creatures from mythology, but some are a bit too recent to be called that.

Refer the house of Fantastic Races for humanoid creatures. Dragons have their own house. While Lapras', Red Gyarados', the Krakens', and Tidehunters' titles would qualify them for this house, they are more at home in the Aquatic Life subhouse.


Like the inhabitance, this house is hard to come across, with those who visit either not revealing anything or finding their claimed locations seemingly disproven. It's rumored that the house is kept hidden and mobile in a suitcase that's Bigger on the Inside. Its inhabitants have not commented on this.

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Greater Gods

    Leto Atreides II 
Leto Atreides II, God of Sand Worms (Master of Fate, Pawn of Fate, Shai-Hulud, Shaitan, The Worm Who Is God, The God-Emperor, The Divided God, The Tyrant)
Sand worm form (above) and human form (below)
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The Atreides Hawk
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, Lawful Neutral, Lawful Evil, Omniscience Morality License by the time of his ascension to God-Emperor
  • Portfolio: Psychic Powers, Genetic Memory, Ancient Conspiracy, Sending in the Clones, Half Human Hybrids and of course, Sand Worms
  • Domains: Time, Space, Ecology, Religion, Memory, Oppression
  • Heralds: The Zensunni fanatic Fremen, Leto's all-female Fish Speaker army
  • Followers: the Sand Worms of Saturn, Kalros, the Thresher Maw Matriarch
  • Allies: Graboids
  • Rivals: Luke Skywalker, the God Emperor of Mankind, Shulk
  • Avoids: House of Water & Moisture
  • Respects: Mandy
  • Although he now resides in the House of Beasts due to his new rule over Sand Worms (the original story he came from having codified and named the trope "Sand Worm"), he normally can't be found in this house. Instead, he can normally be found in the House of Mentalism.
  • Leto II sees all and rules all through his exclusive control of the Spice Melange, key to raising human awareness, and through his perfect prescient vision. He also possesses the heightened senses and physical abilities of a Sand Worm.
  • He is also currently in a heated legal battle with the Imperium of Man over who exactly owns the copyright to the title "God-Emperor". Given that the Imperium's idea of legal proceedings in this area involves chainswords and flamethrowers, the case is progressing somewhat slowly. The God-Emperor himself, though, doesn't really care. It's not out of a sense of hatred; Leto has done much good for humanity during his rule.
  • There has been a lot of comparisons with Jedi when it comes to The Voice, a Compelling Voice that forces people to follow its commands much like the Jedi Mind Trick. Leto has stated it should be the other way around; the Dune series predates Star Wars by at least a decade. There are a lot of people demanding that he fights Luke Skywalker. Things got fluctuated due to Luke's story changing.
  • He has gotten word that other creatures of the ground are thinking about joining forces with him. The Graboids ae outside of his domain, but he welcomes them into his domain all the same. They are under his protection as long as they don't make too much of a scene outside their temple. All while he starts research to see if they have any relations to the Shai-Hulud.
  • While the most powerful of his kind, he has been difficult to gauge his alignment. He is one of the few deities in the Pantheon who have significant cults of Lawful Good, Lawful Neutral and Lawful Evil churches. This obviously puts a strain in organization for his clergy. It is this reason that he has decided not to align himself with any one faction, preferring to aid who seems like the most suitable choice.
  • Shulk is not a fan of his methods, even if it is for the good of humanity. It would be difficult to predict how a match between the two would go as both are excellent in predicting each others movements in combat.
  • He also uses his prediction powers to plan events millenia into the future. With this knowledge, he was able to help humany expand in a way that it hasn't done in his world. He certainly rivals that of the best in the business. With that said, he merely keeps to his own business, helping out his own followers as well as humanity in general.
  • Leto himself is notoriously difficult to kill. He claimed to be a god long before the Pantheon has existed. But there is one weakness that he avoids. It is known that Sand Worms cannot survive water-clogged environments. As such, he makes sure not to venture in the House of Nature lest he gets trapped by evil water deities. The most prominent in the Pantheon is Rain, who would have no qualms killing Leto is it means to protect Kotal Khan.
  • Leto has heard rumors that Many would turn out to be an effective ruler in the future, even turning into a Sand Worm herself to amass immense power. He always suspected that Mandy would rule over her world. It also means he has an inkling on her true weakness. Yet he has no interest in telling anyone. Indeed, he is willing to let that future play out, over the objects of more freedom-minded deities.

    Phoenix (DotA
Phoenix, The Divine Firebird (Icarus)
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: Supernova/His Star Form
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Phoenix, Icarus Dive, Fire Spirit, Sun Ray, Supernova, Abilities cost HP, Actually a star, Gradual Grinder, Kill It with Fire, The Power of the Sun, Cool Mask
  • Domains: Fire, Phoenix, Sun
  • Allies: Ezalor, Princess Celestia, Solaire of Astora, Moltres, Amaterasu, Fujiwara no Mokou, Yveltal, Phoenix Ikki, Towa Akagi, the Spring Sprite, Flash Man, Alexstrasza, Sora
  • Rivals: The Champions of Runeterra, especially Anivia
  • Enemies: The Night Stalker, Phoenix (Kamen Rider Wizard), Firebird, Chernabog, Nightmare Moon, Mr. Burns, The Grand Duke of Owls, Master Xehanort
  • Phoenix was born from the Keeper of the Light's first sun. It found itself in the War of the Ancients, and it saw that the world was in need of its light.
    • The bird likes to be in the company of the Keeper of the Light, unaware that he created the first sun that would later birth Phoenix.
  • There was once an empty temple in the House of Beasts filled with the destructive energies of Yveltal, but it has since seeded itself into the House of Life And Death. That was when Phoenix found its way into the Pantheon and roosted in the temple, bathing it with light. Phoenix viewed the Destruction Pokémon with contempt, until the living star learned that it destroyed with a good purpose: as a cycle of life and death, like a phoenix. Since then, Phoenix has come to respect the Pokémon.
  • Due to being a Phoenix — and thus being able to live and die again over and over — it views its status as a responsibility to shine light like a sun. This is why it dislikes the Phantom known as Phoenix, who uses his ability to revive others for the sake of destruction.
  • Phoenix also happened to befriend the Pretty Cure by the name of Towa Akagi after it noticed her motif and powers were similar to its own.
  • It hates how the Firebird assumes a form resembling a more sinister phoenix and is the embodiment of destruction and waste.
  • Celestia was drawn to the star Phoenix since she owned a pet Phoenix named Philomena.
  • Phoenix is actually wearing a mask on its face to keep its burning aura from harming its allies. It even wears a much fancier mask in some battles.
  • Kael'thas had the power to summon phoenixes on his own. Speaking of which, it was said that Phoenix once resembled the phoenixes summoned by Blood Mages.
  • The bird-shaped star found Flash Man to be a valuable ally due to his flashes of light being strong enough to repel darkness, but is understandably baffled that Flash Man's light-based attacks would affect it if they were enemies.
  • Its light is highly valued by Alexstrasza, who wants to protect the lives of Azeroth, and she believes that Phoenix's light could incinerate all that threaten it.
  • Phoenix doesn't speak any words but it has realistic voice acting.
  • Balanar the Night Stalker despises Phoenix since he detests light, and that Phoenix was descended from the first sun that destroyed his entire race. Due to how elusive Phoenix could be, he would do anything to get his claws on that blasted bird.
    • As an avatar of a star, Phoenix dislikes not only Balanar (mutually), but any bringers of darkness or beings that have tried to shun the light away.
    • It hates Mr. Burns for the one time that he tried to block out the sun in order to monopolize energy. Such an act could have been fatal to his realm.
  • Phoenix is conflicted about his rivalry with Anivia. The two birds are opposites: in gender (though Phoenix can be considered genderless, he often prefers male pronouns) and element (fire and ice). Rumor has it that Phoenix visits a bar sometimes, and that he must have hallucinated Anivia pole-dancing or some shit at at least one point... This is possibly a joke some more humorous deities came up with, but neither the star nor the Cryophoenix are amused.
  • Billy once tried to shoo the Phoenix away when he was eating some Frosted Golden Apple Scraps cereal. The bird-shaped star is still confused as to why.


Intermediate Gods

    Lady Amalthea 
Lady Amalthea, Goddess of Unicorns (The Unicorn of Literature)
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: The pink star on her forehead
  • Theme Song: The Last Unicorn
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Never ageing, Knowing herself to be the most beautiful creature in all the world, Canceling every magic with her horn, Not having a mortal view of morality at first, Transforming into a human adult, Having little emotions as a human initially, Becoming the only one of her unicorn kind to know love
  • Domains: Magic, Immortality, Humanity, Love.
  • Heralds: Schmedrick the Magician and Molly Grue
  • Followers: Unico, Rapidash, Uni
  • Allies: Princesses Celestia and Luna, Fluttershy, Twilight Sparkle, Rarity, Dovahkiin
  • Enemies: Lord Tirek, Napoleon
  • Odd Friendship: Rosemary Woodhouse
  • Ascended after defeating The Red Bull and freeing her kind from King Haggard. The Gods gave her the ability to change from unicorn to human and back.
    • Many in the Pantheon were surprised when they saw her unicorn form. Being the size of a large pony, having the tail of a lion, legs of a deer, cloven feet, the fur of a goat, the neck of a llama, and a horn with the length of a short sword, Amalthea only looks like a horse from far away.
  • Every evil dragon stayed far away from her when they discovered that in her world, Amalthea kills them with one blast with her horn.
    • Dovahkiin is impressed by her dragon killing power and wanted her as an Ally. Amalthea said to him that she kills them only as self-defense or protecting the forest she lives on.
  • She and Fluttershy became friends because of their protection of wild life critters.
    • Fluttershy is very disturbed as to how Amalthea deals with protecting the animals. While the pegasus pony will simply scare or talk down a dragon if it harms her forest, the unicorn will kill a dragon in hers.
  • Gets along well with Twilight Sparkle, especially due to their common experiences with becoming human. Though Amalthea had to calm down Twilight and tell her she had no intentions of harming Spike first.
    • Unlike Amalthea, Twilight never had any problems while in human form, such as losing her memories. She did have a little difficulty getting used to the body, though.
  • To those who don't know about her world, when she talks about "The Red Bull" they snicker and think that her race had been kidnapped by an energy drink. They also asked if her kind turned into alicorns. Rarity and Twilight made a joke about it.
    • The term "alicorn" as a race confused her because in her world, "alicorn" is an element her horn is made out of.
  • The House of Knowledge thinks that since Amalthea's horn can cancel ANY magic, she could cancel Lord Tirek's draining powers, since he was defeated with a magic-based attack (even though he can drain magic). They don't want to test it out though, fearing the centaur might instead absorb her magic-cancelling powers, making him a much more powerful foe than he already is.

    Princesses Celestia and Luna 
Princesses Celestia and Luna, Goddesses of Alicorns (Celestia: Celie, Tia, Cay-Cay, Trollestia, Molestia, Momlestia, Your Momjesty, Cakelestia, Sunbutt | Luna: Princess of the Night, Guardian of the Night, Mayor in the Moon, Starry Night Terror, Moonbutt)

Tyranitar, Divine Representation of Those who Emulate Godzilla (The Armor Pokémon,Bangiras)
Mega Tyranitar 
  • Intermediate God (Greater God as Mega Tyranitar)
  • Symbol: The armor plate on its stomach
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Gender: Male
  • Ability: Sand Stream (both when in regular and Mega-evolved forms)
  • Moveset: Crunch, Stone Edge, Earthquake, Dragon Dance
  • Portfolio: Godzilla copies, Pseudo-Legendary Pokémon, insolent behavior, being a Rock- and Dark-type, overprotective parents, creating sandstorms wherever it goes, slow strength, having a ridiculously large movepool, the ability to use a Mega Stone
  • Domains: Earth, Destruction, Power, Defense, Strength
  • Followers: Tyrannomon, Electrogor, Reptar
  • Allies: Godzilla, Rodan, Tyrantrum, Groudon, Excadrill, Toph, Crixalis, Darunia, Ash, Bowser (when in a good mood)
  • Rivals: Metagross, Hydreigon, the Deviljho
  • Enemies: Team Rainbow Rocket, Hunter J King King Ghidorah, Volcarona, The House of Combat!, anything specializing in one of its weaknesses, Rayquaza, SpaceGodzilla, Ozai, Relius Clover
  • Opposed by: Geb
  • Tyranitar, the Armor Pokemon. The final form of Larvitar, it is the rare "psuedo-legendary" of Johto and one of only two psuedo-legendaries not to be a dragon. It is so powerful that it can bring down a whole mountain to make its nest. The Pokemon is typically ferocious and destructive, however it has a sweet spot for its young.
  • Heavily influenced by the King of Monsters himself, in appearance, temperament and even some of the moves it can learn like Hyper Beam. Not that it uses said move much, being physically oriented. Whenever Godzilla is busy, Tyranitar fills in for him.
  • Few can stand being around Tyranitar, as he always brings a sandstorm with him. Some wished that he had Unnerve instead. Those who can resist it often use it to their advantage. As such, it often gets into fights with Rayquaza, who can nullify the sandstorm. He has no problems with Groudon and Kyogre, however.
  • Gaara ultimately picked Tyranitar as his partner due to the Sand Stream ability benefiting his power over sand. Toph, due to her ability to earthbend, also came to like Tyranitar, as did Crixalis. However the House of Nature is generally wary of Tyranitar since even as a Larvitar it was able to eat a mountain, and its rampages lead to maps having to be re-arranged. Geb finds it particularly annoying that Tyranitar likes to eat and demolish his mountains.
  • It would like to remind people that it is not the same thing as Godzilla, but its still a terrible idea to use nuke against him. It also points out that it doesn't like to get wet and would rather avoid the House of Water & Moisture. Ironically it can be taught Surf, possibly referencing how Godzilla can traverse the sea.
  • Due to filling in for Godzilla, Tyranitar has had to tussle with both King Ghidorah and MechaGodzilla. While the sheer villainy of Ghidorah is something Tyranitar can't tolerate, he is on better terms with the Ghidorah-like orochi and Pokemon Hydreigon. The two enjoy a rivalry and worthy foe relationship compared to the hatred between Godzilla and Ghidorah.
  • Sometimes hangs out with Tyrantrum, though most dragons don't care much for Tyranitar since "he's not a real dragon". Tyranitar prefers a rivalry with Metagross, as it is the other non-Dragon psuedo-legendary. And they both share a weakness to each other, so its a challenge for both. He has been found competing with the Deviljho, another Godzilla copy,
  • He and Volcarona despise each other, but the latter is more bitter. Tyranitar has amazing durability, on par with Greed, but what sets him back is his weakness to a lot of things, though he can brush off everything else. For this Stays FAR away from the House of Combat, for as its typing makes it surprisingly weak to being punched really hard.
  • One of the few it can trust with his young is Ash, due to him finding Larvitar and nursing it back to safety. Even if it is a Dark type, Tyranitar is a doting father. It loathes Relius Clover and Ozai for being the complete opposite, which Ozai finds rather problematic as Rock beats Fire. Due to being good parents and them being ferocious beasts, Tyranitar gets along with Bowser whenever he's not in full villain mode.

Lesser Gods

    The Faun 
The Faun, God of Fauns and Satyrs
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Faun's head decorating the entrance to his labyrinth
  • Alignment: Blue-and-Orange Morality / True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Fauns and Satyrs, The Fair Folk, looks like he's made of rotting wood, lives in a Mobile Maze, commands fairies and some animals, has many names which no human can pronounce, is very old, cannot be seen by non-believers, makes a cruel final test
  • Domains: Fauns, Mazes, Fairies, Tests
  • Heralds: His fairy servants
  • High Priestess: Elora
  • Allies: Jareth, Oberon, Titania and Puck, Lady Amalthea, The Human Child, Toriel, Asgore, Mole, Rat, Badger and Toad
  • Enemies: Nobuyuki Sugou
  • The Faun is a mysterious creature who guarded the depths of a labyrinth containing the last portal to the Underworld, a land of magic and fantasy. The labyrinth itself is located in Spain, which is an okay place to live in in 1944. The Faun had been waiting for a long time for Princess Moanna's return, who had left her fairy kingdom long ago in order to live in the human world. She had reincarnated as Ofelia, a young girl fascinated with fairy tales, and the Faun gave her three tests in order to prove her identity. The Faun oversaw Ofelia's progress, chiding her whenever she went astray and helping her in indirect ways. How much he cared for her success or failure is debatable, but Ofelia did fulfill all the conditions and they both went back to the Underworld, leaving the cruel human world behind.
  • Few realize this, but the Faun is actually one of the oldest deities in the Pantheon, in that he was one of the first around. Because of this, the circumstances of his ascension proper are lost to the sands of time, but it is known that he was absent a long time to fulfill his duty to see through Princess Moanna's return. When he was finally released from that, and after ascertaining that his lieges didn't require his services anymore, he returned to the Pantheon, suprising a lot of younger deities that the seat of Fauns and Satyrs had an occupant after all, whereas the Main House reprimanded him for being away so long without checking in, but otherwise didn't bat an eye.
  • His temple is the labyrinth that serves as an entry to his fairy kingdom home, the same one Ofelia/Moanna returned through. The labyrinth is capable of movement, though that's not something that happens to those who come in peace. It's easy to meet some very strange, almost offputting-looking fairies while navigating it... provided one's mind is open to the possibility, of course. Despite how creepy they look, they're unlikely to harm any visitors, though it's best to tread lightly if you're there to make any sort of dealing with the crafty Faun; that might blow up in your face.
  • Jareth was interested in there being another labyrinth in the Pantheon and visited it to see how it compared to his. It's certainly nowhere near as intricate, though it does its job of feeling mysterious and magical. Jareth feels natural sympathy for the Faun, as fellow tricksters from a fairy land parallel to the ignorant human world. Jareth still finds the Faun and his labyrinth to be quite drab though, and has tried advising him to glam it up. The Faun, not caring for such showiness, keeps waving Jareth's advice.
  • Being a high-ranking servant to the monarchs of a fae land, the Faun is someone of interest to Oberon and Titania and enjoys their protection. Titania's more responsible and down-to-earth nature means the Faun respects her somewhat more than Oberon or his servant Puck, who the Faun doesn't understand why they find it so amusing to meddle in humans' love lives. He doesn't really care about that either way, but he really wishes Puck would stop visiting him just to annoy him and occasionally steal his fairies to wreak some havoc somewhere.
  • Sometimes likes to do research on human takes on fairies, if only to have a laugh at the inaccuracies and pointless flourishes. This is how he first heard about Alfheim Online, and also his first contact with the concept of video games. All-in-all, he regards the game's players waging a pretend war with each other while dressing as fairies with passive contempt. He is, however, aggressively disgusted with the game's former admin Nobuyuki Sugou, due to styling himself a fairy monarch while committing atrocious actions, plus being a huge coward underneath all his bravado. The Faun doesn't care much at all about Sugou's victims (random humans are nothing to him), he just hates Sugou for being a particularly despicable human and for tarnishing the image of the fairy monarch. One of the Faun's favorite pasttimes is to use his fairies to troll Sugou, and then mockingly wonder why "King Oberon" won't send his subjects away.
  • No words can convey the depth of how much he doesn't care about humans' problems, which is best illustrated by the fact that he remained impassive in his labyrinth while fascists and the resistance were killing each other a short distance away. He was also pretty callous about Ofelia's family problems and berated her whenever she put them before her quest. This lack of empathy towards human matters is something familiar to Lady Amalthea, a unicorn who had taken her magical nature for granted before turning human and learning what life is like for them. With this in mind, Amalthea sometimes tries to convince the Faun not to look down on humanity's way of life. Although the Faun respects the opinion of someone of such great import as Lady Amalthea, he can't help but think of how Princess Moanna's own fascination with humans ended up backfiring and caused her much suffering until she returned to her kingdom. At best, the Faun thinks humanity is a crapshoot.
  • About the only human who has managed to impress the Faun in some way is Frisk, due to his steadfast pacifism when dealing with the monsters in the Underground, while fixing the mess created by the Underground's monarchs Asgore and Toriel. It probably also helps that Frisk chose to stay Underground and live with the monsters instead of going back to the human world, which the Faun thinks is only natural. Frisk himself is determined to be friends with the Faun much like how he's made friends with the Underground's inhabitants. The Faun is willing to give him a chance at it, though he plans to have his own fun by devising three trials for Frisk to pass. As for Asgore and Toriel, the Faun finds those two's actions to be rather unbecoming of their positions, though he's conscious of his own place and polite when meeting them face to face for the sake of good relations between their kingdoms.
    • Thanks to his fairies spying for him, the Faun is one of the few deities aware of what's going on with Flowey, though he keeps that information to himself. Whether it's because it doesn't matter to him or he thinks it could be of use in the future is unknown.
  • Despite representing Fauns and Satyrs, he doesn't feel like he has anything in common with the ones residing in the Pantheon, so for the most part he pays no attention to the likes of Philoctetes and Riki. The sentiment appears to be mutual. There's also Hircine, who, while not a faun or satyr himself, commands such creatures back in his world. As the Daedric Prince came to find out, the Faun will show him due respect when needed, but has no interest in submitting to the will of anyone besides his lieges, and would probably make his life difficult if he tried. Hircine decided to leave it be. As for Hircine's faun-like Daedra, the Faun can't help but pity them for their baffling fascination with humans and their mortality.
  • "Why would a poor faun like me lie to you?"

Gilda, Goddess of Griffons (G, Grizelda)
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A griffon's feather
  • Theme Song: Gilda's Rage
  • Alignment: True Neutral leaning nowadays towards Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Discrimination toward all ponies, Half eagle, half lion, "All awesome", Being a bully, Hurtful pranks, Tomboyishness, talking radical in her debut but not in her next appearance, broken haughtiness, Vegetarian Carnivore, actually comparatively nicer than others of her kind, decent underneath that tough demeanor, actually rather nice and shy in her youth, saving her old friend's life
  • Domains: Racism, Jealousy, Pride, Smugness, Gryphons, Reformation
  • Envoy: Princess Skystar
  • Followers: Gryphomon, Buckbeak/Witherwings, Grimwing, the Ortho, Gwiffons, Megalogwiffs
  • Allies: None at this time, as she has yet to find any non-ponies who "click" well with her. Recently, Rainbow Dash and Pinkie Pie, as much as she'd rather not admit it. Oh, and Rarity as well. There's also Rubeus Hagrid, due to one of her followers. And she evenutally made amends with Fluttershy.
  • Enemies: Jason Brody after he had the balls to try and hunt her for her hide, Agent 47, Roman Torchwick, Draco and Lucius Malfoy (for reasons related to Hagrid)
  • Opposed By: All equine deities and those who sympathize with them. Though she's been trying to fix that.
  • Pinkie Pie's been trying to get her to go to a proper party ever since she arrived.
  • Rainbow's not particularly happy that she's in the Pantheon, and neither are on speaking or seeing terms with each other. After Gilda saved her life though, they've slowly started to patch up their friendship and spread that virtue throughout Griffonstone.
    • As a result, Gilda can sometimes be seen selling griffon scones in her own temple or the House of Food.
  • Fluttershy now has reason to be afraid while visiting the House of Beasts since Gilda's here. While she was told about Gilda's change of heart, she's still scared of the griffon.
  • She is unsure if she will get along well with Revy due to sharing the same voice actress. Not after their arm-wrestling match.
  • Her hate for Agent 47 is because she heard a rumor that he offered to kill her (for free, no less!). She has a sneaky suspicion as to why he might want to do that, but doesn't dare attack Fluttershy (whom he had proposed this offer to, and whom she [correctly] suspects) due to all the other friends the "dweeb" now has in the Pantheon and how much less merciful they could be. Making up to Fluttershy so that she can convince him to stop is becoming a more and more convincing reason.
  • Once, sometime after Rainbow and Pinkie's visit to Griffonstone, Gilda requested Rarity's help in designing uniforms for Griffonstone's boffyball team.
  • Occasionally gets attacked by Roman Torchwick whenever he passes her by, and she is not happy about this.
  • Hagrid occasionally comes over to her temple to visit Buckbeak/Witherwings. Still trying to learn how to be nice, she often comes off as a non-romantic Tsundere whenever the giant visits. It doesn't help that his love for animals (naivety aside) reminds her of Fluttershy (whom Hagrid is naturally friends with). By extension, she doesn't like the Malfoys due to what they did to Hagrid's own griffon.
  • Was concerned when the Storm King attacked Equestria. Some guess she was worried about Rainbow and Pinkie, but she just claims her worry was for Griffonstone, which was still in no shape to hold off an invasion.
    • After those events, Gilda found herself receiving an envoy to also represent her kind: Princess Skystar, whose race fits under the trope Gilda represents, even though they're not of the same species (griffon to hippogriff) and the fact that she was introduced as a seapony, which was why she isn't ascended. There's also the somewhat awkward fact that the envoy is a princess while she's just a civilian, not that Skystar minds one bit.
  • Eventually, she got the opportunity for the apology to Fluttershy after another attack from Roman and his Hired Guns crippled her wingsnote  and she required immediate medical attention. At the time, Fluttershy was the only one in the area available to tend to her, and the griffon took the chance to say sorry for her behavior all those years ago. During the confession, after seeing the pegasus ward off an opportunistic goon with the Stare, the griffon also managed to ask to have the free hit offer on her by Agent 47 removed. By the end of the day, while not the best of friends, Rainbow is now able to hang with both of them without things getting difficult.
    • Since then, she's had more comfortable visits with Hagrid and appreciated his company more.

Pegasus, the Divine Winged Horse
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His wings
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Cool Horse, Pegasus named "Pegasus", Silent Snarker, The Trickster, Giant Flyer
  • Domains: Flying, Horse
  • Followers: Pegasus ponies, Blackjack
  • Allies: Hercules, Zeus, Phil, Aladdin, Zeus, Rainbow Dash, Fluttershy, Sora, Percy Jackson, Derpy Hooves, Caeda, Sumia, Cordelia, Hinoka, Palla, Catria, and Est, Perseus, Krypto, Heracles
  • Rivals: Gilda
  • Enemies: Hades, Jafar, Medusa
  • Wary of: Princess Cadance
  • Distrust: Kratos
  • This pegasus was created by the King of Olympus, Zeus, as a birthday present to his son, Hercules. Many years later, he became one of his companions, as well as his steed.
  • It is believed that the pegasus was born from the decapitated gorgon, Medusa, after she was slain by the hero Perseus. The steed, it is said, was likely born from Poseidon raping Medusa, making him his "son". (Pegasus was very uncomfortable by this idea.) This steed is ridden by the legendary hero, Bellerophon, who had slain the monster Chimera. As for Medusa, "Pegasus" was very frightened of the gorgon and she wasn't the gorgon that his friend, Hercules, befriended.
    • He also found Rider, whose true name is Medusa, and was rather horrified when she summoned another pegasus by slitting her own throat and drawing the blood that formed the steed.
    • Perseus managed to ride one of the pegasi, though there were some inconsistency with this assumption. First, he heard that the race were driven to extinction by Calibos. Second, the one pegasus he rode was bigger, meaner, and black. And finally, he thought that there was one only and thought that it was birth from the body of Medusa after her head was cut off. Both of them gave up thinking about it, especially now that Perseus has his own Bellerophon reign.
  • Like Hercules, he was deceived by both Hades and Jafar into fighting Aladdin and his friends. Thankfully, they learned of their plans and stopped them, and he befriended the Magic Carpet.
  • He found many small pegasus ponies and some alicorns in the Pantheon. He is constantly being challenged by Rainbow Dash to see which one of the two is the fastest pegasus in the Pantheon.
    • He is a bit wary of Princess Cadance, though, because he was once tricked by Pain and Panic when they disguised themselves as a pink pegasus and lured him into a trap.
  • He heard there was a pegasus that aided Kratos in his journey to the Island of Creation, but it was killed during the journey. "Pegasus" doesn't want to let the God of War ride him and make him go through dangerous voyages that would get himself killed.
  • He enjoys the company of Princess Caeda and other pegasus riders. He heard how there were other pegasi in their home continent, where they were bred and raised to fight. They could be found in the parts of the continent ranging from the Kingdom of Macedon to the Kingdom of Hoshido.
  • He became a good friend of Percy Jackson, especially since he could appease him as the son of Poseidon, god of horses in the Greek pantheon. He also found out that Percy also befriended another pegasus named Blackjack, but since the latter is not in the Pantheon, he allows Percy to ride him when needed.
  • Gilda doesn't like him and would sometimes give "Pegasus" a hard time. He knows that Hercules met a gryphon before, but he never truly met that gryphon himself.
  • When Sora returned to the Colosseum — and when Hades sent the Hydra to destroy the Colosseum and kill Hercules — he aided Sora in order to reach the creature and destroy it.
  • He thought that Heracles was his friend, Hercules, but it was the god-king of the horses instead. Still, the two horses get along just fine.
  • He is often compared to Krypto the Superdog, in being the animal sidekick to their heroic owners. In fact, the comparison of the two could be very noticable, much like with Hercules and Superman.

    Reisen Udongein Inaba 
Reisen Udongein Inaba, Goddess of Lunar Rabbits (Lunatic Moon Rabbit, Udonge, Suppository, Useless Little Bunny Only Good For Her Sex Appeal)
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Two glowing red eyes superimposed over a full moon
  • Theme Song: Lunatic Eyes ~ Invisible Full Moon
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Lunar Rabbits, Illusions, Red Eyes, Long Hair, Mind Manipulation, Laser Eyes, Finger Guns, Looking Down on Humans
  • Domains: Bunnies, Lunacy, Magic
  • Masters: Eirin Yagokoro, Kaguya Houraisan
  • Followers: Kurousagi
  • Allies: Lelouch Vi Britannia, Bugs Bunny, Scott Summers, Hibari, Hoto Cocoa, Kafuu Chino, Tedeza Rize, Ujimatsu Chiya and Kirima Sharo, Tewi Inaba
  • Enemies: The Rabbit of Caerbannog, Springtrap
  • She is a former follower of Bugs Bunny, but as Bugs has occupied a lot of Houses already, she became the Goddess of Bunnies until being moved here.
  • Is very glad about her ascension. Rather sick of being the Butt-Monkey when she served Bugs, she threated to use her Lunatic Red Eyes to drive the next person who mocks her insane. However, she quickly found out that her powers don't affect deities higher than her, so it was a bit of a meaningless threat. Her main everyday duty involve making rounds through every House, peddling her master's medicines.
    • However, Itachi Uchiha, took Reisen as a student in the art of genjutsu, and has stated that, even though she does not possess the Sharingan, she may, with enough training, be capable of using the Tsukuyomi note . Around the time when Itachi was placed in the Fallen, Reisen had develop her technique long enough to affect higher powered gods, but only if they push her that far.
    • She has also started training under Scott Summers in order to improve her ability to shoot danmaku (particularly lasers) out of her eyes. While her true strength is firing them from her Finger Gun, she is making some progress.
    • Recently, she have been known to use a technique similar that of Izanagi. Whether Itachi have taught her that is still in question.
  • Hong Meiling has been the only thing keeping her from being more abused. Fortunately for Reisen, her abuse started to slowly disappear so that even after Meiling became a goddess of Gate Guardians, she didn't have to worry about much.
  • She once had a nightmare about being skinned and boiled alive in saltwater, to be later eaten by Alice. Reisen now avoids her like the plague.
  • Was formerly the Goddess of Bunnies, but was moved out of that position. She then became the Goddess of Lunar Rabbits, ostensibly a position better suited for her.
    • However, her role switch did not go without problems. When Rabbit entered the Pantheon, The Rabbit of Caerbannog tried to kill him in order to become the God of Rabbits, thinking that Reisen was gone for good. However, Reisen blasted the Rabbit of Caerbannog into pieces before anything would happen.
  • Some time ago, a certain animatronic rabbit came up to her to scare her, causing her to blast him into oblivion. She threatened to do it again if he tried the same thing again.
  • Widely disliked among Touhou deities, among others, for running out on the Moon armies in the middle of a war. Her master and teacher, Eirin Yagokoro, knows quite a bit more about her defection than she lets on, but prefers to keep silent on that matter.
  • To the surprise of some gods, she seems to get along fine with Hibari. This is to the point that Hibari has even summoned Reisen to help her couple of times. Once Hibari told her the truth about her eyes, Reisen has started to train her on mastering the art of Mystic Eye. While Reisen is rather harsh to Hibari when she fails, the latter says that she doesn't mind the lecture.
  • Some hungrier gods once came to her asking whether she could make some mochi. As it turned out, she could, and since then, she occasionally makes some to send to the House of Food.
  • Reisen have mixed feelings about fighting against the moon recently. Considering she might have to fight against her former owner, that feeling is justified. It sure doesn't improve her image as a traitor, though.
    • Fortunately for her, not only did she avoid going to outright war against them, she also managed to save them.
  • Thank to Tewi, her temple has been safe from the threat of the Killer Rabbit. They still have a hostile relationship.
  • It should be noted that Reisen is starting to feel less like a Lunar Rabbit and more like a regular youkai rabbit, though many doubt that she will drop her title so easily.

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