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Homer Jay Simpson, God of Bumbling Dads (SIMP-son, eh?; Homie; Dad; Dad-dy, Mr. Sparkle, Bottomless Pete, Mr. Plow, Max Powers, The Beer Baron, Pie-Man, Homer Thompson, Mr. X)
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: A Donut... *drools*
- Theme: The Simpsons Opening
- Alignment: Varies between Neutral Good and Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: Bumbling Dads, Protagonists, Vitriolic Good Neighbors With Ned Flanders, Bottomless Pits, Incredibly Unlikely Couples, Butt Monkeys, Exclaiming "D'oh!" When Things Go South, Alcoholic Parents, Being Acrofatic,
- Domains: Family, Sloth, Comedy, Food, Alcohol
- Followers: Hugh Neutron, Roger Fox, Phil Dunphy
- Boss: Mr. Burns
- His Family: Marge Simpson (his wife), Bart Simpson (his son), Lisa Simpson (his daughter)
- Springfield Citizens: Moe Syzlak, Krusty the Clown, Apu Nahasapeemapetilon
- Fellow Fox Animated Sitcom Gods: Hank Hill, Phillip J. Fry, Bender, Zoidberg, Stan Smith, Roger Smith
- Other Allies: Al Bundy, Hayate Ayasaki, Octodad, Finn the Human, Jake the Dog, Mordecai and Rigby, Aang, Korra, Shrek, Genie, Earthworm Jim, Randy Marsh (his former High Priest)
- Partner: Slaking
- Enemies: The Trollkaiger (Bernkastel, Yuuki Terumi, Handsome Jack, Izaya), The Joker, Sideshow Bob, Ghetsis Harmonia, Chernabog
- Headbutting Citizens With: Ned Flanders, Abraham Simpson (his father)
- Opposed by: The House of Time and Space.
- Regained the position after Homer atoned for his sins in The Movie after being horrified of Ghetsis's actions towards their son.
- Homer used to be a good friend with Peter Griffin. Nowadays, Peter is his greatest enemy. After all, Homer may not be the best of dads, but at least he tries!
- Things finally came to a head when there was a crossover episode between Family Guy and The Simpsons. In it, Homer, with the help of his town, proved Peter as a black-hearted jerk with unoriginal tastes, ultra self-absorbed, homicidal, and having a seriously bad temper. Outraged, Peter challenged Homer to single combat, and the battle raged, causing massive collateral damage around the pantheon as it was happening. Surprisingly, thanks to The Power of Hate, Peter came close to actually killing Homer, but with a giant D'oh, Homer pulled himself back up. Seeing that neither combatant was going to back down, the judges permanently banished Peter from the Pantheon, saying that for as dopey as Homer's family is, their crossover showed that Peter's bad influences had messed up his family even more. Homer gave a little "Woo Hoo", and then erected a pile of garbage to separate himself from Mr. Griffin.
- Due to the crossover, Homer Simpson is in a weird position where he remembers Peter Griffin. He believes this was due to that damn toaster time machine.
- Homer is on the House of Time and Space's watch-list for mucking around with history. It's back to normal, but his family has lizard tongues now.
- Is noted to be kind of 'fond' to the phrase "D'oh!"
- One day, the Trollkaiger thought it would be fun to lock him in a house that was completely void of beer or TV for a few hours. The results were him going Ax-Crazy while covering every wall with the words "No TV and no beer make Homer go crazy!". He called this insane work "No TV and no beer make Homer something something". Thankfully, a few minutes of "Hail to The Chimp" on TV and a can of Duff snapped him out of it once some more benevolent gods decided to break him out.
- Avoids the House of Nature due to it's massive gorge, which causes Homer to remember the time where he fell down the Springfield Gorge... twice. This has lead to deities of that house being assigned to check the gorge every day.
- There has been more than one occasion where Homer has locked himself (and his family) out of his temple, and every time this happens, he just tries to force the door open in frustration. Before she succumbed to despair, Aqua had considered installing a device to let her know if Homer has locked himself out again, so she can open it with her Keyblade, but decided against this, as she knew of his laziness.
- In the wake of the Western Animation Conflict, Homer decides to represent Fox Studios in the Prime Time Division of Toontown, consisting of himself, Hank Hill, Bob Belcher and other Animated Sitcom Deities to preserve stability against anomalies in form of Allen Gregory and Peter Griffin.
- One of Homer's best friends in the Pantheon is Bender, who can often be seen at Moe's Tavern (Bender can't actually get drunk, but acts like it for his pal). Unlike Peter Griffin, their show's crossover has only enhanced their friendship.
- There was a time where Homer sold his soul to Chernabog (while in the form of Flanders) for a donut. When he learned that he needed to finish the donut for his soul to be claimed, he went around claiming "I'm smarter than the devil! I'm smarter than the devil". Chernabog didn't respond too nicely, especially after finding out that Homer's soul actually belonged to Marge.
Chernabog: YOU ARE NOT SMARTER THAN ME!! I'LL SEE YOU IN HELL YET, HOMER SIMPSON!!
- Since then, Homer gained a donut head as punishment, which attracts police officers to his temple. The Court of the Gods had it removed after seeing half of the House of Justice waiting to get a piece of him.
- After Bart and Steven Universe struck up a friendship, Homer started hanging out with Greg Universe and Amethyst, watching old TV shows and having jam sessions with the former and eating all you can eat with the latter.
- Was once visited by the Genie, who felt a connection with Homer. They have since hung out often. Earthworm Jim, who even is an Idiot Hero like Homer, has also become a friend.
Bryan Mills, God of Papa Wolves
- Lesser God
- Symbol: A scrap book with pictures of his daughter.
- Alignment: Chaotic Good
- Portfolio: Papa Wolf, Determinator, Knight Templar Parent, One-Man Army, Overprotective Dad, Person of Mass Destruction, Retired Badass, Tranquil Fury, Unstoppable Rage
- Domains: Family, Rage
- Herald: Kim Mills (he owes the title to his daughter, after all)
- Followers: The Big Daddies
- Allies: Chiyo (since she reminds him of her daughter), Asura, Kenshiro, Wreck-it Ralph, Belial and Nebiros, Kazuma Kiryu, Lieutenant Ellen Ripley, Piccolo, Indiana Jones, Rick Grimes, John Wick, River Tam, Subject Delta
- Enemies: Any child abuser
- Most evil deities know not to harm his daughter or Chiyo for that matter, for they know bad things will happen to them if they do. Will bring Subject Delta and a legion of Big Daddies to aid him in said response.
- With Asura having become Bryan's ally, most evil deities just do not even think about doing anything to anyone close to Bryan Mills.
- When Asura was asked to take over the title of God of Papa Wolves, he respectfully declined. He was already the God of enough tropes, and Bryan Mills had already earned the title for himself. So out of respect, he became an ally.
- Holds great respect for Wreck-it Ralph when it comes to Ralph's protection over Vanellope von Schweetz. Ralph got a bit embarrassed, but considering that there are even more sinister villains that could hurt Vanellope, he's allied himself with Bryan.
- Has an uneasy relationshp with Belial and Nebiros—while Bryan is happy that the demons really care for Alice, the way that they decide to treat those that hurt her is a bit...extreme, even for his tastes.
- Is frequently seen playing pool and drinking beer with one Lieutenant Ellen Ripley, Kenshiro, Professor Henry Jones Jr. and Demon King Piccolo Jr.; the action heroes deeply admire each other for all being parents who single-handedly took on and destroyed entire armies to protect their beloved children (or child protégé in Piccolo's case).
- Obi Wan visited his temple and pretty much confuses Bryan with his late mentor Qui-Gon Jinn for one reason. Mills has since discovered Qui-Gon had ascended, went after him and the two have a good relationship.
- Darkman has also found Bryan similar to himself prior to disfigurement.
- With adequate Papa Wolf and Mama Bear rage over YHVH's plot to kill Madoka, his attention was drawn, causing him and Terra Branford to join "The Pantheonic Rebellion" in the defensive detachment. Subject Delta and an entire army of Big Daddies and Big Sisters has been deployed.
- Fellow retired One Man Armies who just can't seem to get out of trouble John Wick has managed to get along with Bryan, even if they were on different sides of the law (one was a special agent, the other a hitman).
- Him, Kenshiro and Kazuma Kiryu are the most dedicated protectors of children in all the pantheon. Whenever someone hurts a child, expect the offender to be beat within an inch of his life by Kazuma, be strapped to a chair and repeatedly electrocuted by Mills, then get his head blown up by Kenshiro. Don't hurt a kid. Just don't. Unfortunately for Tomaru, they found out what he did and well... the results weren't pretty.
Randy Marsh, God of Amazingly Embarrassing Dads
- Lesser God
- Symbol: The Tegridy Farms Logo
- Theme Song: Tegridy Farms
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, briefly elapsed into Neutral Evil in Season 23
- Portfolio: Amazingly Embarrassing Parents, Manchildren, Breakout Characters, Author Avatars, Bumbling Dads, It's All About Me, Never Accepts Blame For His Actions, Large Hams, Becoming Gradually Dumber, Hypocrites, Takes Mundane Things Way Too Seriously, "Stan? Staaan?"
- Domains: Parents, Idiocy, Embarrassment
- Herald: Towlie (his business partner), Sharon Marsh (his wife), Shelley Marsh (his daughter), Marvin "Grampa" Marsh (his father).
- Special relationship with: Stan Marsh (his son)
- Allies: Homer Simpson, Bender, Liane Cartman, Chef, Barney Gumble, Jay and Silent Bob, Snoop Dog
- Enemies: The Guinea Creatures, Walter White
- Opposed by: Every single good Disney deity, the House of Law and Justice, Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Christie and Bonnie Plunkett
- Mixed Relations: The New Kid
- Banned from: The House of Sports and Magic and Sorcery
- While it's common for kids to see their parents as embarrassing, Stan's dad, Randy Marsh, takes this idea to a whole new level. Despite starting out as one of the few somewhat level-headed adults in South Park, Randy regularly gets himself involved in all sorts of zany schemes and situations: all of which embarrass Stan to no end. From getting into drunken fights with other dads at his son's little league games, to saying a racial slur on national television, Randy's constant antics serve as a regular source of shame for Stan and his family. Seeing his long list of embarrassing misadventures, the gods deemed Randy to be a shoe-in for the title of Amazingly Embarrassing Parent.
- Stan wouldn't be made aware of his father's ascension until one day when reports were floating around about a man high on drugs roundhouse kicking Officer Wiggum after he and other police officers attempted to arrest him for selling cocaine. Apparently, he was shouting "I thought this was America!" (despite it indeed not being America) as they forced him into a police car. Despite knowing immediately who this was, Stan went to the House of Crime and Transgressions just to be sure. Predictably, he was greeted by a now detained Randy, who nonchalantly greeted his son before immediately asking him to pay for bail. Stan just looked down and pinched the bridge of his nose before silently walking away.
- It should be said that despite all of his faults, Randy, for the most part, isn't a bad parent and genuinely does care about his family above all. Granted, he is prone to prioritize his latest obsession over them, particularly Tegridy Farms.
- He's currently fighting to legalize the sale of cocaine. As of now, the movement has made no progress, given the generally greater intelligence of the Pantheon's populace when compared to that of South Park's. This hasn't stopped him from constantly protesting outside of the House of Law and Justice.
- The New Kid had conflicting feelings about Randy's ascension. While he is still grateful for helping him breaking out of the Grey Aliens' ship, he's also still a bit uncomfortable around him after he drunkenly attacked him and Coon and Friends.
- Being his former high priest and fellow embarrassing parent, Randy managed to become good drinking buddies with Homer Simpson. The two are often seeing getting hammered at Moe's Tavern along with fellow beer enthusiast Bender. These get togethers always lead to the trio getting into some sort of shenanigans.
- He's often seen wandering outside of his temple absolutely hammered and generally making a fool of himself. Despite this, he vehemently denies that he's an alcoholic, earning him the ire of recovering alcoholics Christie and Blonnie Pluckett.
- Takes pride in the massive shits he's able to take, to the point that he insisted on having his most legendary one be kept in The Great Treasury. Of course, the gods denied Randy's request for obvious reasons. Being Randy, he refused to take no for an answer and attempted to break into the house with his massive shit on hand to put on display. Unfortunately for him, other deities anticipated as much and had him apprehended by the police before he got far.
- Given his business in selling quality marijuana, Randy has gained the approval of stoners such as Jay and Silent Bob, as well as Snoop Dog, all of whom openly endorsed Tegridy Farms' weed on more than one occasion.
- Since he expanded Tegridy Farms into the cocaine market, Randy found himself a foe in Walter White. On top of being business rivals, Walter is absolutely insulted that a destructive idiot like Randy made it big in the drug industry, insisting that he only got as far as he did because of dumb luck and how stupid the people that populate his world are. Randy, meanwhile, has no idea why someone in the drug dealing business is so stressed out. That said, he tries to keep his distance, because even Randy thinks Walter is pretty fucked up.
- Because of his tendency to get into drunken fights with fans of rival teams, Randy is forbidden from attending any sports sporting events held in the House of Sports. On a similar note, he's banned from the House of Magic and Sorcery after he showed off his "cock magic" to its residents.
- Spider-Man wants nothing to do with Randy after he accidentally flooded a Broadway theater whilst donning the Spider-Man costume.
- Ever since he viciously murdered his version of Winnie the Pooh, Randy earned the scorn of every good Disney deity in the Pantheon. Hell, even a few of the Disney villains were disgusted by Randy. Despite Randy's insistence that the Chinese government was to blame, since he only did it to get in their good graces for the sake of Tegridy Farms, he's forbidden from stepping within a 10 mile radius of Pooh or any other resident of 100 Acre Woods.
- Tired of all of the dirty looks he was getting from Disney deities, Randy took his grievances to Mickey Mouse, expecting him to take his side. Unfortunately for him, not only was Mickey not the Corrupt Corporate Executive that his South Park counterpart was, but was even scarier when it came to his friends; having left Randy a bleeding, sobbing mess.
- Despite his faults and reckless idiocy, Randy does care about his family above all else and will readily beat the crap out of anyone that speaks ill of them. Given his tendency to take things like these way too seriously, Stan avoids mentions any conflicts that he may have in the Pantheon, lest Randy gets involved and needlessly escalates things.
Professor Utonium, God of Fatherly Scientists (Professor, Drake Utonium, Powerprof)
- Lesser God
- Symbol: A flask of Chemical X
- Alignment: Lawful Good
- Portfolio: Those Eyebrows, Truly Single Father, Literal Fatherly Scientist, Great Parents(Though He Can Go A Bit Overboard), Standard '50s Father, Reasonable Leaders, Dislikes Cats, Team Dad, Nice Guy That You Don't Mess With, Scientist In Many Fields
- Domains: Fathers, Science, Chemicals, Superheroes
- High Priest: Dr. Ochanomizu
- Followers: Professor Trevor "Broom" Bruttenholm, Dr. Noonien Yoong, Dr. Pietro Polendina
- Allies: The Powerpuff Girls (his daughters), Nibbler, Mary Poppins, Carl and Ada Clover, Son Chichi, Yui, Astro Boy, Samurai Jack, Kotetsu T.Kaburagi, Krim Steinbelt
- Friendly Rivalry with: Dr Thomas Light, Dexter
- Good Counterpart to: Relius Clover
- Opposes: All ascended cat and spider gods, the House of Crime
- Opposed by: Homer Simpson
- Professor Utonium is a brilliant scientist in the once crime-ridden city of Townsville. Hoping to bring some happiness and comfort into his life, he planned to create the perfect little girls using sugar, spice and everything else. An accidental dose of Chemical X resulted in the girls coming alive with superpowers, becoming the Powerpuff Girls. Though artificial creations, the Professor treats them like his biological daughters and loves them dearly. He and the Powerpuff Girls were glad to meet each other in the pantheon.
- Back in the day, Mojo Jojo used to be a troublesome assistant chimp called Jojo. The two have a rather complicated relationship, and was the one who broke his vial of Chemical X which resulted in both the girls having powers and Mojo Jojo's super-intelligence. Because of this he's also the girls' "father", but it's only brought up to aggravate him.
- His first name is unknown, so people usually refer to him by the Professor. According to one source his first name is Drake.
- He is essentially the Good Counterpart to Relius Clover. The two are expert scientists and fathers, however while the Professor treats his creations as family, Relius sees his own family as tools for experimentation. He's expressed a disgust towards the truly single parent Father for his treatment of the Homunculi, and considers the fact they're aspects of himself a sign of immense self-loathing. In general, he isn't a fan of cruel parents or evil scientists. Being in the same house, he's put his focus on Dr Wily. The most positive thing he can say about the man is that he's got some odd fondness for his creations Bass and Zero, but it doesn't justify his actions or the psychopathic Omega.
- There isn't a Mrs Utonium, something of which he often feels lonely about. He once dated Sedusa, who used him to stop the Powerpuff Girls' heroism. This experience has led him to go against gold diggers and horrible girlfriends like Lady Tremaine and Raynare.
- The Professor is a very passionate and loving father, and is determined to raise his daughters the best he can. However, he can get rather overprotective of them, such as setting up elaborate situations to teach them morals. And the less said about his Dynamo mech, the better. Often spends time conversing with Son Chichi. Like Utonium, she can get a tad obsessive about protecting her incredibly powerful children and trying to raise them. Both are deeply respected by and deeply care for their kids, though. Has been trying to protect artificial kids out of his fatherly instincts, such as Yui and Astro Boy. He does sometimes cause trouble for Astro Boy however, though this is just because he's worried he might try to date one of his girls.
- Looks an awful lot like Samurai Jack. He believes that the former is an ancestor of his, and has offered his assistance with the girls to stop Aku. Is a big fan of silent movies, pancakes and golf. He tries to avoid not getting too obsessed over golf anymore, as it led the Powerpuff Girls to steal a perfect set of clubs to help out. He's tried to be a superhero or fighter in his own right, but often needs his kids to save him.
- Is a brilliant inventor, having developed technology such as time travel, body switching machines and containment fields. However, his greatest inventions were accidental or the result of some mistake, which has given him some angst. The girls have managed to make him feel better by pointing out numerous great inventions like penicillin were accidental in origin. He's making more progress working with fellow kind-hearted scientists and inventors. He has a Friendly Rivalry with both Dr Light and Dexter. With Dr Light, they're very similar in attitudes to their creations and kind fathers, but still wish to prove to one another who's the best. With Dexter, he's the other famous Cartoon Network scientist.
- His experiences with Dick Hardly lead him to dislike people like Felix, and has warned Gharnef to back off after trying to steal his Chemical X. These experiences also lead him to try and protect Kotetsu T Kaburagi so he won't be exploited. Naturally, he's no fan of unscrupled scientists and inventors like Ryoma Sengoku.
- Does not like cats. He was mind-controlled by one, and as such cannot trust them or let any near him. It's this distaste that broke his relationship to Ms Keane. At the very least, it led to him getting along with Nibbler who agrees most cats are shifty, devious creatures. He's terrified of spiders in any form, which leads him to steer clear of the House of Insects(and insists that since they're arachnids, they shouldn't be in that house). He's not sure whom to be more frightened of; Arachne, mother of spiders or Ungoliant, the abominable arachnid. The Powerpuff Girls are doing their best to hide the fact that the Overdeity Chakravartin has his Golden Spider Form.
- In spite of his arachnophobia, even he thinks Billy's fear of spiders and treatment of his friendly spider son goes too far. Generally he doesn't like the boy due to his extreme stupidity. He's also accepting of Peter Parker due to being merely spider-themed rather than an actual spider.
- Given he had the chemical knowledge to create the perfect little girls, one would imagine that he is a decent cook. And they're be right...unless it's about chili, which he cannot cook for his life. During the pantheon's chili cook off, Homer Simpson was on the scene to judge the participants. When he tried the Professors', Homer had to drink way more beer than before and passed out drunk, but not before declaring it "the worst chili of all time". He's sworn to get back at the Professor for the awful taste. He did manage to make a better chili next time with Chemical X, however the resultant methane it gained a life of its own and became homicidal. It took the Kid to save the day from an exceedingly ignoble end.
- Tries to insist to the Powerpuff Girls he likes liver and onions, so as to get them to eat it. In truth he hates the stuff and wants to come off as more adult.
- You can find Professor Utonium working in the House of Science.
Henry the Eighth, Godly Head of the Heir Club for Men (Henry Tudor, Henry the Ate, Protector of the Faith)
- Symbol: The House of Tudor symbol, combining a white and red rose
- Theme Song: Many, but he's fond of the one from Tudors
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, though considers himself Lawful Neutral
- Portfolio: Historical Domain Character, The King's Issue, Serial Spouse, Love Ruins the Realm, Bloody Marriages, Well Done Daughter Guy, Spare to the Throne, Big Kings With Big Appetites, Formerly Fit, From Romantic and Passionate To Dour and Ruthless, Glory Seeker, Fiery Redhead, "Do as I say, not as I do"
- Domains: Kingship, England, The Church, Marriages and Divorces, Lust and Passion, Food
- Special relationship with: Queen Elizabeth the First of England (his daughter)
- Allies: Robert Baratheon, Asia Argento, King Dedede, King Arthur
- Vitriolic Best Buds with: William Shakespeare, Pacman
- On good terms with: The House of Food
- Enemies: Cersei Lannister, Smaug, Edmund E Blackadder, Nurgle, Typhus, Melisandre, Diaochan, The Queen of Hearts, Irene Adler, James Moriarty
- Envies: Anyone with happy marriages or many male children
- Opposes: Ebeneezer Scrooge, The Matsuno Sextuplets
- Opposed by: Alexander Anderson
- Additional relationship with: Amy Pond (ex-wifenote ), The Doctor (former son-in-law)
- Henry is the younger son of his namesake Henry the Seventh, whom won the War of the Roses. Though second in place to his brother Arthur, the death of said brother would propel him into history as King Henry the Eighth. Unlike his miser father he was frugal, warm, romantic and sporty. However an infatuation with his mistress compounded by "the king's issue" of needing a prince would turn English politics and religion upside down, transforming him into one of the most notorious and dramatic kings the British Isles ever had.
- Has always been vexed to produce an heir. Despite conceiving eleven children through three wives and a mistress, only four ever lived to grow up; two daughters, one an illegitimate son and one legitimate son. It is no exaggeration to say he reshaped English history to get the son he wanted, and to say the least he was infuriated upon learning Edward would die as at fifteen after his death. Learning about the success of his daughter Elizabeth has led him conflicted to say the least, commenting "it seems God intends to humble me, by making my greatest heir the daughter of that treacherous Anne."
- He dislikes the Matsuno Sextuplets, as their parents managed to produce six sons.
- Remarkably similar to Robert Baratheon; they both were strong and handsome yet became fat, have unhappy marriages/relationships, love to eat and have a cynic disposition. The two are good friends, and both like to complain about Cersei Lannister. The Tudor king is disdainful towards her due as her incestuous adultery reminds him of Anne Boleyn, whom he still insists was a cheating witch. He hates Melisandre even more due to being a witch and a pyromaniac fundamentalist, combining the worst perceived aspects of Boleyn and his daughter Mary.
- He does share antagonism for Irene Adler with Cersei though, as he assumes she's Anne Boleyn. Also thinks James Moriarty is further proof of her scheming nature.
- Often seen hanging out in the Houses of Leadership and Royalty, as one might expect. Being a fat, hungry king he's gotten along rather well with King Dedede. Learning that King Arthur was in the pantheon pleased him greatly, and he immediately went up to him to essentially fanboy over Arthur. Still hasn't gotten over how the other Arthur is a woman, though.
- He's (in)famous for divorcing England from the Catholic Church and setting up his own Church of England, all to definitively annul his marriage with Catherine of Aragon and no longer be subject to the Holy See. Alexander Anderson is still not over it and remains pissed at his actions. He would tear down monasteries and strip them for resources, filling his coffers despite disliking his father's own miserly behavior. Made himself more unpopular by hiring the Sherrif of Nottingham for this task.
- Has tried to loot the many valuables belonging to Smaug in order to fund his religious endeavors, but this hasn't gone anywhere as Smaug keeps killing his men
- He has always had a big appetite, setting up lavish feasts-feasts he often helps plan out for the House of Food, of which they are greatful. He's even got into some friendly eating contests with Pac-Man. However he was able to balance it out with physical activity. Eventually numerous injuries and comfort eating, combined with horrible leg ulcers would cause him to let himself go. At his death, he was so fat he needed help to be moved around. To fit these maladies, he has gone to the House of Health and Diseases, paying Asia Argento a pretty penny to help with him. Naturally he's worried about Typhus and Nurgle.
- As tempting as it may be, don't call him Henry the Ate.
- He's rather friendly towards Rhaegar Targaryen, as they both ended up fundamentally changing the kingdom due to their love for another woman; Lyanna Stark and Anne Boleyn respectively. Rhaegar would rather not be associated with Henry, and is quick to point out that they're not that alike; he kept on loving Lyanna, while Henry would later grow tired and execute Anne.
- At one point he accidentally married Amy Pond of all people, though this was quickly rectified and historical records ignore this. So do they forget that the Doctor in his tenth incarnation married his daughter. He's not sure what to think about either of them, but is at least glad that the Doctor is fond of the nation he rules.
- Heard of his daughter's fondness for William Shakespeare, and requested a visit to the Globe Theater of his temple. Henry ended up enjoying his works, and is a recurring visitor. William is fine with this, but doesn't like to hang out with him that much.
- Rather dissatisfied with Marge Simpson's retelling of his life, and comparison towards Homer. He executed two of his six wives, but he's not as much of a bluebeard as she states.
- Once confused Superman with his old friend Charles Brandon, simply because they looked alike.
Reginald Albert "Red" Forman, God of Veteran Fathers
- Symbol: His blue Corvette
- Alignment: Lawful Neutral
- Portfolio: Threatening to ram his foot into others' rectums, fighting in two wars and retiring after three jobs to raise two kids, real men, Deadpan Snarker, Grumpy Old Man, The Comically Serious, nice moments among stern behavior, rarely being called "Reginald"
- Domains: Fatherhood, Patriotism, Annoyance
- High Priest: Cotton Hill
- Herald: Eric Forman (his son, shared with Kitty).
- Allies: Kitty Forman (his wife), Dr. Cox, all the Good-Aligned deities in the the House of Military and Warfare, especially the WWII soldiers.
- Enemies: Any god that annoys him, all Nazi deities and their allies.
- Complicated relationship: John Rambo, Hank Hill
- Fears: RoboCop
- Worthy Opponent: The Janitor
- Red Forman ascended after he retired from being a mere mortal. He now resides in his and Kitty's temple, watching the Packers from in his armchair, and tending to his new, divine Corvette.
- Some people thought that Red would get along famously with Cranky Kong and to a lesser extent, Eustace Bagge. However, Red's reactions upon meeting them were respectively, "Why the hell is that monkey talking?" and calling Eustace a "dumbass farmer that can't grow anything". They did not take kindly to that, and the three old men have a bitter indifference to each other.
- Hank Hill isn't entirely fond of Red either. They get along well enough, but the fact that his own father, Cotton, is Red's high priest doesn't sit well with Hank.
- Red does get along with Dr. Cox due to their similar personalities and outlooks on life. Most gods made mental notes to leave the two of them alone, if they were together and in a bad mood.
- Red also accompanies Dr. Cox when they go and drink with the Janitor. While Red and the Janitor get along, and he doesn't mind the Janitor's behavior towards Dr. Dorian, Red thinks the Janitor should "get up off [his] ass and get back to work" more often. Red was kidnapped and placed inside a water tower for one day, by the Janitor. After the former let him out, Red invited him over for a spaghetti dinner, the spaghetti contained gutter cleanings and dead moths. When the Janitor found out, it was agreed that they had found Worthy Opponents.
- While this was only in a daydream, it has been shown that Red can be very fun to watch whenever he's intoxicated.
- Is terrified of RoboCop, who has a grudge for some reason and nearly beat Red up the first time he saw him if not for the intervention of other deities.
- Rambo mistook him for Robert Briggs and decided to talk to him. Red respects a fellow veteran and likes how Rambo is soft-spoken and wants peace, so they can be seen together at times, when Red's abrasive nature doesn't drive the other away.
Joseph Bucket, God of Doting Grandparents (Grandpa Joe)
- Symbol: The spare change he gave to Charlie to buy a Wonka bar
- Theme Song: I've Got A Golden Ticket (shared with his grandson, Charlie)
- Alignment: Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Cool Old Guy, Doting Grandparent, Gives Up His Cash To Help His Grandson, Less Of A Role In The Sequel, Older Sidekick, Mr. Exposition
- Domains: Grandparents, Friendship, Hope, Age, Destitution (formerly)
- Heralds: The other adult members of the Bucket family
- Superior: Roald Dahl
- Allies: Charlie Bucket (his grandson), Willy Wonka, The Heroic Protectors Of Family, Aemon Targaryen, Rika Furude, Scrooge McDuck, Ochacho Uraraka, Oliver Twist, Joseph Joestar, Arnold Shortman
- Vitriolic Best Buds with: The Adoring Fan, Chester A Bum
- On good terms with: Princess Bubblegum, Colonel Sanders, Uncle Iroh, Spike (MLP), Tim Drake
- On speaking terms with: Abraham Simpson
- Enemies: The Child Abuse Supporters, Alessi, Mr Burns, Conal Cochran, Princess Morbucks, the Reagan twins, Grandfather
- Opposes: The Dursleys
- Avoids: Gyro Man, Herr Frederick von Twirlenkiller
- Joseph "Joe" Bucket is the paternal grandfather of Charlie Bucket, living in an impoverished Multigenerational Household. Bedridden and dispassionate, learned of Willy Wonka's golden ticket plan gave him hope and he would give his grandson what little money he had to buy a chocolate bar in the hopes of getting it. Ultimately Charlie managed to find a golden ticket, and Grandpa Joe was invited to join him in the tour. Eventually Charlie proved himself worthy of being Wonka's heir, to the benefit of the family as a whole.
- Isn't just a kind and doting grandfather to Charlie Bucket, but a dedicated friend. The idea of the Child Abuse Supporters sickens him to his core, while the Heroic Protectors of Family are a group he wholeheartedly approves of. Grandpa Joe is notably friendly with Arnold Shortman due to being raised by his grandfather, and being a generally nice person as a whole. It's thought that Grandpa Joe wants to see his grandfather ascend to the pantheon.
- Among the oldest non-immortal or something close deities in the pantheon, being 96 and a half. Aemon is still older in him being a centenarian, which is even more impressive given the medieval setting he comes from. Being a hard worker and a kind soul, Grandpa Joe respects Maester Aemon. Absolutely does not respect the (probably) 104 year old Mr Burns for being a cruel, greedy rich man and is someone he hopes his grandson never grows up to be like.
- His contempt for Mr Burns led him to meet Abraham Simpson, who's contempt for Mr. Burns goes back to the Flying Hellfish days. Sometimes they like swapping stories, however Grandpa Joe thinks Abe can be a jerk and his parenting skills are lacking. To Grandpa Simpson's credit he cares deep down and does get along better with his grandchildren. Given his prior condition before Charlie got the golden ticket.
- Grandpa Simpson pointed out that, while a good person he can be somewhat of a dick (though mainly in adaptation). Infamously his theft of fizzy lifting drink almost got him and Charlie mulched by the ceiling fan before they burped it out. Learning what would've happened if they didn't through the House of Time and Space has made Grandpa Joe afraid of those who use propellers and fans in a deadly manner.
- Having been formerly poor, he is sympathetic towards Oliver Twist. He is also fond of Uravity, who's poor but among rich folk and has a good heart. He is somewhat sympathetic towards Chester A Bum given his situation, however Chester isn't all there in the head and can sometimes get on Grandpa Joe's nerves. He'll at least give him his CHANGE! when asked.
- On the opposite end of things, he doesn't have anything good to say about the Reagans or Princess Morbucks for being spoiled, elitists pricks. Or Conal Cochran given his products. Grandpa Joe considers the Dursleys rather annoying for being unpleasant guardians with an anal-retentive obsession with normalcy.
- Because of his advanced age, he was the only elderly member of the family who didn't get screwed over by the Fountain of Youth when his compatriots overdosed on the Wonka-Vites. While this could mean he would have a lot less to worry about from Alessi, Grandpa Joe stays the hell away from him due to being an uber-creepy Psycho for Hire for Dio Brando. And he doesn't want him anywhere near Charlie Bucket.
- His opposition towards Alessi got him the attention of Joseph Joestar, another grandfather in the pantheon. Grandpa Joe felt he was quite a storyteller, but he was amazed by the bizarre adventures Joseph had and he soon came around to the guy's playful nature. He wishes he had half the passion Joseph had when he was in his late sixties. Alessi bemoaned this; given the last time he used Sethan on an old man, he doesn't want two invigorated men beating his ass.
- Gets along with seniors Colonel Sanders and Uncle Iroh to some extent. More of a general respect, especially with the former who's dedicated to hard work. He seems friendly with Spike and Tim Drake due to their role as heroic sidekicks, much like he is a deeply caring sidekick to his grandson. Grandpa Joe also holds an interest in Princess Bubblegum due to her leading role over the Candy Kingdom, as he wonders if she's like Willy Wonka and what it could do for Charlie.
- Absolutely hates Grandfather for being everything a grandfather SHOULD NOT be, or a father for that matter. Plus Joe finds tapioca disgusting. Of course being an ordinary old man, Grandfather only ever has to be concerned with Joe when in his decommisioned state.