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    High Councilor Kal-El/Regime Superman 
High Councilor Kal-El, God of Tyrannical Superhumans ('Regime' Superman, The God Among Us)
  • Greater God, Overdeity if near a Blue Sun.
  • Symbol: The One-Earth Government Logo
  • Theme Song: "Gods Among Us"
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds, He Who Fights Monsters, Jumping Off the Slippery Slope, Became Their Own Antithesis, Being Called a God Among Superpowered People, The Dreaded, Knight Templars, Evil Twin, Hero Killer, Not That Wrong in His Criticism Towards Superheroes
  • Domains: Tyranny, Violence, Order, Cynicism, Rage
  • Heralds: Regime Wonder Woman, Regime Cyborg, Regime Damian Wayne, Regime Sinestro and the rest of the One-Earth government
  • High Priest: Brandon Breyer/Brightburn
  • Followers: The Elite, The Justice Lords
  • Allies: YHVH and the other members of the GUAL, Copy X, Hunter Zolomon, Black Adam, Madara Uchiha, Shin
  • Enemies:
  • Obsessed with: The Mainstream version of his deceased wife Lois Lane
  • Rival: Plutonian
  • Freed from the Justice League Watchtower by a contingent of YHVH's angels led by Mastema, as part of a diabolical plan for the Pantheonic Rebellion; a Twin Switch while the real Superman was busy fighting YHVH alongside the rest of the Deep Strike front. This Kal-El would infiltrate the Madoka Defense Front masquerading as his good counterpart, killing Madoka when the time was right. The ruse was uncovered in the nick of time, and while Homura Akemi managed to match him blow-for-blow even with him empowered by blue sunlight and ultimately deal a decisive blow, Kal-El managed to escape, leaving Homura with her own heavy injuries. Most people don't know which is more impressive: that Homura managed to keep up with blue-sun Kal-El, or that Kal-El did so well against a magic-user of Homura's caliber. In either case, the battle was the stuff of legends.
  • Originally as idealistic as his mainstream counterpart, High Councilor Kal-El's perfect life was shattered when his universe's Joker tricked him into killing his wife, Lois, which simultaneously brought about the death of their unborn child and the destruction of Metropolis. Having lost everything in a single moment and feeling truly powerless for the first time in his life, Kal-El resolved to be a better hero... by systematically tearing apart Earth's governments and replacing it with the One Earth Regime, with himself as its sole ruler. Slowly becoming corrupted by his new ideals and destroying all opposition in his way, most notably his universe's Batman, High Councilor Kal-El represents everything terrifying and ruthless that the actual Superman, and for that matter, any sufficiently empowered being could become given the right trigger. The Pantheon counts itself fortunate that Kal-El shares the weaknesses of his good counterpart as well as his strengths.
  • Has noted displeasure with the actions of the Main House, who for the most part simply observe as the Pantheon unfolds around them. The fact that most of them could end the battle of the Alliances at any time and yet choose not too has given him cause to claim that they are unfit to rule the Pantheon.
  • Infuriated to find the Joker in the Pantheon, and so high-ranked as well. He fully intends to kill the clown as soon as he has the chance.
  • Earned the ire of Billy Batson, for killing his Regime-verse counterpart slowly and painfully.
  • He became incredibly hopeful when hearing that his wife Lois has ascended into the Pantheon and hope to reunite with her again. However, he was devastated when hearing that this Lois isn't the Lois he knew and loved. His temper and sanity worsen dramatically until one day, during one of his attempts to figure out a way to kill the Joker, he spotted that version of Lois when she was having a romantic evening with his Mainstream version in the House of Love. Consumed by grief and jealousy over a life he could have had, this Kal-El kidnapped her and tried to kill Clark in an attempt to regain his old life and make her love him. This of course angered the Mainstream Clark who flew to his hideout in the House of Power to rescue Lois. Their fight went on for hours, destroying most of the house in the process. The fight only ended when Lois escaped and, staring Kal-El right into his eyes after they stopped shooting laser beams, told him that he is too different from the Clark she knew, loves and respects and that she would never, ever, EVER, out of her own free will, love someone as cruel as him. This caused him to have a Villainous Breakdown long enough for the rest of the Pantheon to subdue him. The Mainstream Clark, Lois and the rest of the pantheon from now on tried to keep her away from his place as much as possible in order to prevent the same type of incident. However, that didn't stop this Kal-El before.
  • Needless to say, the High Councilor's hatred for his heroic counterpart intensified when he found that that he and Lois were able to conceive a child. Feeling he was cheated of the loving family and the happy life he felt he was destined to have, the evil Superman has decided to corrupt the young Jonathan Samuel Kent and turn him against his parents as the perfect vengeance. As you can expect, the House of Heroes isn't willing to let that happen.
  • While he remains thoroughly dedicated the the GUAL, Regime Superman does not mind making allies from his side if they are able to benefit him in some way. This played a part when he met Madara Uchiha sometime after the latter had criticized and battled Superman sometime earlier. Madara was initially confused by another iteration of Clark Kent being in the Pantheon, but their conversation soon turned into one of good understanding and bonding as they were products of tragedy and driven by cynicism to bring peace to the world, even if the rest of the world rebelled. They soon formed a duo with Madara making a good promise about getting what the two of them really want.
    • This opened up a grand opportunity upon finding out about Kronika and her hourglass. Regime Superman couldn't ignore the presence and abilities of the artifact, and Madara soon joined alongside him with similar goals. Regime Superman saw the hourglass as a way to finally bring his world's iteration of Lois Lane Back from the Dead and restarting his previously defunct Regime to a stronger state, whereas Madara wanted to find another way to bring peace to the Shinobi World in some way whilst also changing the reputation and fate of the Uchiha Clan, especially his brother Izuna. The two have made a point to not betray each other as they're aware of Kronika's vast power. All they need to do is bide time and find other worthy allies for convenience.
  • Rejected the opportunity to turn good again following the invasion of Brainiac on his Earth. The GUAG higher ups were very disappointed by this turn of events.

Medivh, The Dreaded God (The Last Guardian of Tirisfal, Magus, The Prophet, The Accursed, The Oracle, Master Mage of Karazhan, the Old Man, The Mage (And variants of thereof))
Medivh possessed by Sargeras 
Medivh in his youth 
  • Greater God, borderline Overdeity
  • Symbol/Weapon of Choice: His Magic Staff, Atiesh
  • Theme Song: His theme song. Alternatively, a funky song for his younger self.
  • Alignment: True Neutral, leaning towards Neutral Good (Chaotic Evil under the possesion of Sargeras)
  • Portfolio: One of the most powerful mages in all of Azeroth, Always wearing a mantle, Trying to atone for his crimes, Being possessed by Sargeras since he was in his mother's womb, Feared by his tremendous powers, Fond of Hoods, Called mad by the people of Lordaeron, Hailing from Karazhan, Being able to shapeshift into a crow, Unknown Whereabouts, Crow Motif
  • Domains: Magic, Power, Demonic Possession, Prophecies, Atonement.
  • Heralds: Moroes (His Steward), Barnes (Stagemaster of Karazhan), The Curator (Keeper of the Menagerie) and Nielas Aran (His father, in the form of a ghostly apparition)
  • Allies: Thrall, Jaina Proudmoore, Malfurion Stormrage, Tyrande Whisperwind, Varian Wrynn, Li-Ming, Cassandra, Rachel Roth/Raven, Riku, Robin, Sakura Matou, Rinoa Heartily, Beerus, Eric Draven, Valvatorez, Killia, Liezerota, Rubick, Tracer
  • Enemies: Arthas Menethil, Gul'dan, Lord Jaraxxus, Diablo, The Crow, The Beast, Pazuzu, Master Xehanort, Orochimaru, Number 96: Black Mist
  • Formerly known as the last guardian of Tirisfal, Medivh was a powerful mage born of Aegwynn, one of the most powerful Mages of her time and the one who defeated an avatar of Sargeras. Medivh was infamous in the world of Azeroth for his immense Magical power, being a key character in allowing the Orchish horde to enter Azeroth and even after his death, Medivh's reputation still precedes him.
  • Medivh's temple is the legendary tower of Karazhan, a Mage Tower that holds dark secrets beneath its halls. Medivh welcomes anyone to his tower, but warns that he isn't responsible for whatever dangers lie within, as he hadn't really the time to clean up the place of demonic presence.
    • However, the Tower is in a much better shape than it used to be. Medivh also got around getting Moroes, his longtime steward, back to his service. Moroes is a snarky old man and he always welcome any visitor to Karazhan, although like his master, he holds no responsability over the visitors.
  • For the longest time, nobody knew what happened to Medivh after the Legion's defeat, having dissapeared without leaving a trace. But one day, he mysteriously arrived in the pantheon with no prior warning. He has said that he felt an evil presence that would endanger the pantheon if it was not properly dealt with and as a result, decided to ascend himself to procure a better future for the pantheon.
  • He was glad that the people that helped him with the defeat of the legion were all ascended. Thrall, Jaina, Malfurion and Tyrande are curious to know what is Medivh planning to do now that he is ascended.
  • Medivh was once known as the Prophet, trying to warn several people of the impending doom that was going to be the second invasion of the Burning Legion. Very few people believe him and though of him as a mad oracle, which made him sympathize with Cassandra, having a similar fate (if harsher) than the one he had to endure.
  • Although, he was able to make both the alliance and the horde work toguether to combat the Demonic Invasion, the mage is still a little disappointed that the conflict between both parties began not much longer after the Burning Legion's defeat. The most glaring example being the young Jaina Proudmoore, who slowly became a shadow of her former, more optimistic self. He is pleased that the Jaina he found in the pantheon was very similar to the one that put her trust into his word.
    • For that matter, he hung around in a certain card game hub inn, playing cards as a planner mage. He knows that not many are also happy with the meaner Jaina there, so he offers himself as an alternative mage. Of course, others look at him funny as well, because Medivh there took form of the mad possessed mage who opened the Dark Portal, though he took a more chilled approach in that. Eventually, he ended up opening another portal to the Nexus and makes his plans to join in the brawl as well.
    • He would also let you know that if people consider magic a game, then he is going to play to win.
  • In the Nexus, he had met up with Li-Ming. Although he was impressed by the young Wizard's prowess and at the same time he disapproved her childish behavior, yet he still consider her an ally.
    Medivh: I must admit, you are quite adept at the arcane... for one so young and childish.
  • His favourite animal would be the Crow, that's why he likes to transform in one from time to time. That's why he gets along with fellow crow themed hero, Eric Draven.
    • However, he is disgusted with the creature known as The Crow. She reminds him too much of the Burning Legion, to the point that he might lend a hand in destroying it for good to the Vivid Team.
  • He sympathizes a lot with Raven, sharing a common motifs and colors while having suffered a Demonic Possession even at a young age. Medivh tries to act as a father figure to Raven, given that he is horrified of how his father often treats her, being reminded a lot of Sargeras.
    • He also feels sorry for others that were victim of a Demonic Possession. He is often seen trying to comfort people like Sakura Matou or Riku, telling them that there is nothing wrong on what they have gone through and that they could have done worse (Like he did)
  • Being a vessel for Sargeras ever since he was born, the Magus sympathized with a lot of people that had a similar fate, like Robin or Rinoa Heartily.
    • He admires Robin's intellect and tactical prowess, often challenging to game of Chess. Although the latter finds Medivh cheating incredibly unfair, but both are surprisingly tied in the amount of victories.
  • As his title precedes him, Medivh was once approached by the god of destruction himself, Beerus, interested after hearing of the magus reputation in Azeroth and being reminded a little of himself. Medivh has heard stories of Beerus, so was was wise enough to be on friendly terms with him. After all, he wouldn't want to have him throw a fit and destroy his temple.
  • Medivh was initially wary of Killia and Valvatorez, given that they are demons and he doesn't have a particular good experience with them. However, he warmed up to them after hearing their stories and how much they mirrored him in the past.
    • He also heard from Killia how his Girlfriend was once possessed by an evil spirit as well, to the point of almost destroying the universe. Medivh likes to often chat with Lieze about their respective experiences and they certainly both agree that Demonic Possession is a manageable condition
  • Despises those who use possession, given that he was a victim of that ever since he was in his mother's womb. He particularly hates Pazuzu for being the holder of the title, with Xehanort and Orochimaru being in his hit list as well.
  • Rubick showed a lot of respect for Medivh, given that in the past he used to look a lot like him. He also expressed interest in learning about Medivh's ancient magic but the Magus has told him that, for now, he isn't having anyone as a apprentice. However, he is considering the offer.
  • In his younger days, Medivh used to be a much more upbeat and fun Guardian before the whole Demonic Possession thing. He once organized a big party inviting everyone from accross Azeroth, until he had trouble with a certain demon by the name of prince Malchezaar. While all of that is in the past, the Inkeeper opened a portal in time to revisit those times in his tavern, which caught the ascended Medivh off-guard.
  • Didn't he have a son with that half-orc half-dranei Garona Halforcen? Even Medivh had troubles in remembering that one.
  • "Let the games begin!"

Ungoliant, Goddess of Author Phobias (Spider of Night)
  • Greater Goddess (borderline Overdeity when sufficiently fed)
  • Symbol: A black spider.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Arachnid Abomination, Casting a Shadow, Having Lots of Monstrous Kids, Trying to Eat her Boss, Dark Is Evil, Represents The Writer's Fears, Neither Angel nor Demon, Absolute Hunger, Spiders Are Scary
  • Domains: Chaos, Evil, Darkness, Death, Spiders, Fear, Hunger
  • Superior: J.R.R Tolkien (officially, at least)
  • Allies: Arachne, Pitch, Balanor, Merkava, Chernabog, The Old Ones, Father Homunculus, Hatsune Hirasaka
  • Respected by: The Dementors
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Nekron and the GUAD
  • Rivals: The Tyranids, Deviljho, Gluttony, Alduin, Darth Nihilus
  • Enemies: Melkor, Manwë Sulimo, Gandalf, Vulcan, Billy, Sinestro, James Henry Trotter, The Entity, Sora, Bright Man, Satsuki Kiryuin, Peter Parker, Chakravartin, Kirby
  • Opposes: Eru Ilúvatar himself.
  • Opposed by: Solar and lunar-based deities.
  • The Spider of Night, Ungoliant is the mother of Shelob, and possibly the first spider of Arda. During Melkor's conquest in the First Age, he'd come across the Giant Spider and found a potential ally in his attempted apotheosis. The two would attack the Two Trees and the Spider of Night created Unlight to trouble the Eldar and Valar. However her hunger for light made her betray her boss and frighten him, eventually fleeing to parts unknown.
  • When arriving in the pantheon, Ungoliant's natural instinct to get back at her boss was to join the Grand United Alliance of Good as a Token Evil Teammate. As time passed, the good vs evil alliances saw the rise of the law vs order alliances, and later the Grand United Alliance of Destruction. Intrigued by the darkness of Nekron, she jumped ship and moved to the GUAD to help with her endless hunger.
  • No-one's quite sure what happened to her after leaving Melkor's employ. Some say that in a desperate need to sate her eternal hunger, she devoured herself. As it turns out, she'd move to the South and rule Morenore.
  • Ascended by entering the House of Beasts and attempting to eat everything inside, and was only stopped by Steve Irwin, who reluctantly permitted her to roam free in the House, so long as she restricted her feeding to the Tyranids, the Wig-wigs and the life forms in the Catachan Devil. Her main claim to fame earned her a spot in the House of Otherness as well, although the much more powerful entities surrounding her keep her in line there.
  • Later on, it was decided that she was best off being the goddess of author phobias. Her author, J.R.R Tolkien, was very arachnophobic and personified the night and terror in her and her many descendants. Ungoliant was intrigued by the House of Fear and found the other beasts and abominations to be either disinteresting or troublesome, so saw this as a new opportunity.
  • It should be noted that J.R.R. Tolkien's phobia exists for a good reason; he almost died in his youth from being bitten by a venomous spider. As such, Ungoliant may be the only deity who frightens her author, something Melkor finds rather cathartic. Still, Tolkien's the one with a bunch of bug spray so he'll probably have the last laugh.
  • No-one is quite sure where she came from, being inexplicable to almost all. Most Valar state she was a Maiar who was corrupted by Melkor, but became a rival in response. Others claim she is an evil separate of Melkor, coming from the outer Darkness. Not even Tolkien is sure, and Eru isn't talking. With evil outside Melkor's scope like Nekron and YHVH, it's probably the latter.
  • Nekron and the Chaos King consider her a being like themselves, and welcomed her to the GUAD. She is an entity of absolute darkness who hungers after the light, which works in his favor to destroy all life and The Entity. She'll remind him, however, she has no interest in his apocalyptic endgame and is only sticking around for the promised food.
  • For now, she has chosen Father over Melkor in her quests. Having heard he devoured the Truth, she finds him rather intriguing.
  • Unique to her, Ungoliant is capable of weaving Unlight. This strange weapon of darkness can be used as a cloak, swallowing all light nearby. Even Valar and Overdeities can have trouble with the stuff, and most light-based deities are trying to figure a counter-measure for it.
  • She was almost immediately on bad terms with Vulcan. The Spider of Night believes him to be like the blacksmith Valar, Tulkas, whom ran in to her during her tenure with Melkor. Both Tulkas and Vulcan agree she is an abomination they must splatter under their might.
  • She is a being of absolute hunger, but above all desires to consume light. This entity of darkness lusts after the Silmarils and the light of Two Trees of Valinor; a hunger that continues to their successors of the sun and the moon. This hunger for light makes her the bane of light-using members of the House of Light and Darkness, good and evil alike. She ended up meeting Chernabog, who recognized her as a fellow entity of the dark and is helping her with destroying the light they both loathe.
  • The reason why her rival Darth Nihilus is no longer in the pantheon? She ate him. Then proceeded to vomit for hours, learning that she probably shouldn't eat Horror Hunger rivals of hers. Merkava was thankful for this, as it allowed it to ascend to the pantheon. Ungoliant has come to sympathize with Merkava's plight. Unfortunately for her, though, Darth Nihilus not only eventually returned back in the pantheon as the god of a new trope(The God Of Black Speech), but he has NOT forgotten what she did to him. However, it may be a while before they’re able to fight again, because when she ate him, she almost died from food poisoning. As it turns out, since they both embody a hunger and darkness that can never be sated, the two can barely be near each other without their respective eldritch presence causing further damage and being so famished they try to eat themselves. Their endless hunger leads them instead to compete for food. The Grand United Alliance of Good fears the day they ever set their differences aside.
  • Her eternal hunger has found rivals with the Tyranids, Deviljho and Gluttony. Trying to provoke a food fight between the three is fatally unwise, as they'd likely go on a binge rampage the likes of which Kirby would be shocked at.
  • When the Wig-wigs entered, she came close to eating them all, but there were too many. She's also been barred from the House of Food for rather obvious reasons.
  • Has gotten to know many in her new House of Fear. She recognized the darkness of Pitch and Balanor, finding kinship with them. Sinestro was another story; Ungoliant tried to eat his Central Power Battery, and managed to steal a Sinestro Corps ring for herself. The Sinestro Corps had to retreat to the Antimatter Universe, but not before combining their power for a massive flyswatter.
  • Seems to get along with the Old Ones, claiming that "we went to high school together." No-one's sure if this is a joke, or a hint as to just where she came from.
  • Though an entity of primordial darkness, She is still a spider and as such likes to hang out with other spiders. She became good friends with Arachne, sharing a hatred of the gods and being the mothers of countless spiders. The spiders in and out of the pantheon regard the two in equal reverence. She sometimes hangs out with Hatsune as well.
  • Not all spiders are her friend. Despite loving bugs, James Trotter considers her an abomination. She also got onto Peter's shit list by trying to usurp the Great Weaver. Also, while she and Chakravartin were good friends in his Golden Spider form, she began gnawing at the numerous mantras and webs of life he created.
  • Billy went nuts upon learning that Ungoliant not only exists, but has teamed up with Arachne. In a fit of pure, fear-based rage he beat the hell out of her with a chair. Melkor found this to be very cathartic to watch.
  • A while ago, the Dementors encountered(on separate occasions) both Ungoliant and Darth Nihilus. They tried to feed on them, but this backfired due to Ungoliant’s nature and her power. Instead, they both ended up feeding on the Dementors...only to get food poisoning again, just like she did with Nihilus when she ate him a while ago, due to the Dementors’s status as amortal beings. However, this, along with her immense dark powers, actually impressed the dementors, who decided to aknowledge both Nihilus and Ungoliant as potential new masters should something happen to Voldemort. Naturally, the mere idea of Ungoliant having an army of Dementors at her beck and call is quite terrifying for a majority of the Pantheon.

Intermediate Gods

    The Bakers 
The Bakers Members , Unholy Family of Hillbilly Horrors (Jack: The Swamp Man)
Left to Right: Lucas, Jack and Marguerite.
  • Intermediate Deities (Jack is closer to Greater given his stronger Regeneration and Mutation)
  • Symbol: An improvised Weapon (Jack), a Swarm of Insects (Marguerite) and a Clown Mannequin (Lucas)
  • Theme Song: Garage (Jack), Lucas Boss Fight
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil, formerly Neutral Good (Lucas is actually Neutral Evil and always was)
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy, Brainwashed and Crazy, Cannibal Clan, Deep South, Disease Bleach, The Family That Slays Together, Eat human flesh, Laughing Mad, No Good Deed Goes Unpunished, Tragic Villain
  • Domains: Family, Southerners, Cannibals, Infestation, Mind Control, Strength
  • Allies: Leatherface, Lionel Starkweather, Piggsy, The Hückebein Family
  • Enemies: Chris Redfield (Mostly for Lucas), Joel and Ellie, Gambit, Simon Henriksson, The Parr Family
  • Acquiantanced with: Albert Wesker (Mostly Lucas)
  • Interested in: Alma Wade, Samantha Maxis, Erma
  • Meet the Baker Family, a family of lunatics and murderers who one day showed up in the pantheon and caused a big ruckus after they starting kidnapping and murdering random passer-bys. They were eventually apprehended and relocated to a temple (Which was designed to be an exact copy of the Baker State) so they could keep them at least contained in one place. The history of why the Bakers are like this is hard to explain, the used to be normal people who just wanted to help those who were part of a shipwreck near his home and Jack ended up finding Eveline, who proceed to brainwash and infect them, turning them into what they are today.
  • It's always advised to not approach their residence, not because they are protective of it but because of being very dangerous psychopaths and being caught up in their home won't be pretty. Even then, they can easily go seek out someone and kidnap them to add more to their "family".
    • For anyone who gets caught up with the Bakers, they usually keep them trapped and try to give them "Eveline's gift", which either kills them or transform them into one of the molded. There could be worse fates, like being forced to play various of Lucas Deadly Games.
  • The ascended members aren't actually the only members of the family. Jack's and Marguerite's daughter Zoe wasn't with them, and with good reason since her infection wasn't as strong as the other members of her family. There is also Joe Baker, Jack's older brother who lives isolated in the banks of the marshes and apparently never figured out that his brother's family was being infected by a virus.
  • Consider Leatherface to be an honorary member given their shared horror settings, plus Jack is also prone to use chainsaws. They usually invite him over to their house to keep the "guests" in check and nobody escapes, similar to what his family orders him to do.
    • The same could be said about Piggsy, who they have fed him with some of their victims to keep him sated. How they met Piggsy was different though, as Lionel Starkweather was stoked to make a documentary about the Baker's everyday life and as a bonus can keep Piggsy tied somewhere where he won't make a big mess.
  • While all three members are violent and sadistic people who won't hesitate to murder people, they nonetheless received a lot of sympathy because they used to be just regular and well-meaning people who were unjustly punished by being brainwashed by Eveline. This doesn't apply to Lucas though for other particular reasons.
  • There were a few particular deities that the Bakers were obssessed with, mostly given their uncanny resemblance to Eveline. Alma Wade was the first one, both Jack and Marguerite tried to take her back home which got them thrown into the Almaverse (Lucas was smart enough to bail out before anything happened) but surprisingly they survived their encounter, possibly thanks to their insane Healing Factor and Alma just let them go when they understood she didn't want to be bothered.
    • The second one was Samantha Maxis, she was much nicer than Alma but the zombies that resided in her temple were not. It wasn't that a big deal for the Bakers, after all their house is filled with Molded which are very similar and they don't cause much trouble to them, but because of Samantha's essence being bound to the M.P.D. they weren't able to bring her with them.
    • The third one was Erma, who was just perplexed that these people started calling her "Eveline" or "Daughter" and just tried to avoid them. Eventually Jack tried to kidnap her, which made Erma lash out at him but Jack shrugged off most of it, until Erma gave up and just phased through him since her attack weren't working.
  • Exclusive to Jack:
  • Exclusive to Marguerite
    • The Matriarch of the Baker family, Marguerite is not as strong as her husband Jack or as smart and cunning as her son Lucas but she instead has a swarm of infected insect following her around. She always sets up hives in key point of her temple and even outside in the pantheon and the wasps usually attack anyone who gets close to it. She doesn't take well when someone destroys them, with incident reported that she has murdered quite a few pantheon dwellers for daring to do that.
    • Another way to piss off Marguerite is to reject her food, even if it's totally gross and unpleasant she will waste no time in murdering anyone who badmouths her dishes, even her children aren't excempt from this. This trait already existed way before her infection but it wasn't as bad back then.
    • She seems to be familiar with many of the pantheonic insects that reside in the House of Insects, particularly wasps who often follow her around so she is in good terms with Queen Sectonia, Beedrill and Swarm. She is also acquiantanced with the sister house of Arthropods, mostly the Centipede creatures like Scolipede and the Mikami.
    • If pushed too far, Marguerite would assume a more deranged form akin to a spider. It has digusted a fair number of deities considering how her crotch (and and weak spot) is filled with maggots.
  • Exclusive to Lucas
    • The son of Jack and Marguerite and arguably the worst of the three in terms of callousness, Lucas is both sadistic and insane and he likes to force people into playing his sick games, mostly because he just feels like to. Originally he was the sole Baker who managed to escape unscathed but he was later taken down by Chris Redfield after he decided to go after him and because Lucas killed three of his men in very gruesome ways. Lucas didn't go down without a fight but Chris proved to be the superior of the two and won in the end, something which pisses Lucas a lot and swears he will get back at Chris.
    • Contrary to the rest of the Bakers, Lucas broke off Eveline's Hive Mind and is totally Not Brainwashed. The only reason he kept the facade is that he just enjoyed all the cruel things he did and he was always a Jerkass anyway, even if Eveline's infection turned him into a huge psychopath.
      • There is also his ties with the Connections, which were severed after he was killed by Chris and even then, they are not too happy that he just murdered all the personnel they sent to work for Lucas just because he felt like it. Instead, Lucas has been in contact with Wesker, since he is interested in knowing about his relationship with the Connections and also wants to get back at Chris.
    • His MO is very similar to the likes of the Jigsaw Killer, the Riddler and Junko Enoshima, which Lucas wasted no time in making friends with. Even then, he is fully aware that they aren't the most trustworthy of fellows and they feel the exact same about Lucas, so their alliance has been a rocky one (Not helping Lucas' tendency to off anyone who works for him)
      • At least with Junko they get along better than with the other two, mostly that they aren't actually that different (Junko also has that bad habit). In turn, those who has been to the Killing Game hate Lucas as much as Junko, he even might more dangerous than her considering his mutations. Lucas isn't afraid of a bunch of teenagers anyway, and if they try to stop him he will just subject them to his "Happy Birthday" game.
    • His part of the temple is filled with explosives and booby traps. He got really paranoid ever since he was killed and prefers to be alone else someone goes looking for him. He is also a Dirty Coward and prefers to not engage someone head on unless it's the only option.
    • Likes Clowns, the evil ones at least, considering he carries with him a creepy clown mannequin that resides in his temple (specifically the "Happy Birthday" room).
  • They can also be found at Regionalities.

    The Bogeyman 
The Bogeyman, God of Things That Go "Bump" in the Night (The Boogerman, Bugbear, Bug-a-boo, The Sack/Bag Man, El Coco, Babau, Butzemann, and numerous other spellings, names, and titles all over the world)
From ghoulies and ghosties
And long-leggedy beasties
And things that go bump in the night,
Good Lord, deliver us!
  • Intermediate God, can vary depending on who he's interacting with.
  • Symbol: A large sack, a closet, the darkness underneath a bed.
  • Theme Song: Things That Go Bump In The Night and Hush, Hush, Hush, Here Comes the Bogeyman
  • Alignment: Nobody Knows, and Nobody Wants To
  • Portfolio: Our Monsters Are Different/Weird, Anthropomorphic Personification, Karmic Trickster, Peek-a-Bogeyman, Sometimes Eating Children, The Unseen, All Fear Tropes
  • Domains: Fear, Paranoia, Closets, Beds, Darkness
  • Allies: Considers all deities who feel and/or cause fear to be his allies, whether directly or indirectly.
  • Enemies: Has no personal enemies on his part. Everyone who feels and/or causes fear is his ally, and as far as he's concerned, those few that don't are beneath his notice.
  • Friendly Rival: Diablo (at least as friendly as Diablo can be)
  • Respected by: Five Nights at Freddy's animatronics, and most beings in the house of Otherness and Fear
  • Interested in: The Houses of Insects and Arthropods
  • Mutual Respect: Horror Writers, especially Stephen King and H.P. Lovecraft
  • Fears: Chuck Norris
  • Complicated Relationship with: Pitch Black, Oogie Boogie, and Baba Yaga
  • Not To Be Confused With: Other deities who have used his names, such as Michael Myers and John Wick
  • Opposed by: Mike Wazowski and James P. Sullivan and the the Ghostbusters, Casper the Friendly Ghost, Alice Liddell
  • (Usually) Opposes: Evil and Chaotic-aligned children.
  • The Bogeyman has been a part of the pantheon since the very beginning, but no one realized because he had another deity, Balanar, representing him at first. For presently unknown reasons, he has chosen to assume Balanar's position and make his presence known directly. Balanar still resents him for this disrespect.
  • One of, if not the, most mysterious beings to exist in the pantheon. Very little is definitely known about him. Everyone who has ever seen him has a different idea of what he looks like (the pic above is merely an artist's interpretation of one many possible ways he might appear). Billy and Mandy claim he looks like a green goblin man while The Powerpuff Girls claim he's a blue humanoid who likes dancing. Some say that he's a coward who can be beaten by pouring salt on his tail and others still claim that none of these are correct, and the truth is something else entirely. One thing is for certain, though: If you've been told that the only thing there is to fear is fear itself—then you've been told to fear him.
  • No one knows what his temple looks like. No one wants to know.
  • Some youths have said they've seen the Boogeyman in their bedrooms, usually hiding in the closet or under their beds. They have described being forced to use a flashlight to ward him off as he tried to enter their home through various means, including the window, the bedroom door, the ventilation (a skill rumored to have been acquired by studying the FNAF deities), and, of course, the closet and under the bed. Some children have even mysteriously disappeared, only to be found the next day, shaken and traumatized, and either unwilling to or incapable of describing what happened, although some Spanish-speakers have been heard mumbling, "Duérmete niño, duérmete ya... Que viene el Coco y te comerá." Translation  Mike and Sully are highly against this, as at its best it's what Monsters Inc was doing wrong, except done maliciously rather than because they thought they had to. They've recruited the Ghostbusters to help them put a stop to it.
  • Works well with other fear icons, such as Freddy Krueger and Michael Myers. The FNAF deities admire him, as their methods are similar, to the point that some have theorized that he was somehow responsible for their creation. Spooky practically worships the ground he walks on (assuming he walks on the ground), seeing as how he's the scary monster.
    • Speaking of which, he gets along with most monsters in the pantheon, regardless of their alignment. Even Mike and Sully feel like they have to respect him even as they are opposed to him. Indeed, he's appreciated by most deities in the house of Otherness, as he represents the fear of the unknown that makes most of them scary. One notable exception is Casper the Friendly Ghost, who sees that same fear as the main obstacle in harmony between disparate beings.
  • Alice is opposed to him because she holds that he takes the very thing she presides over, the power of imagination, and twists it into something loathsome. The Bogeyman is unconcerned about her animosity, despite the fact that she theoretically has incredible power over him, but did feel the need to clarify one thing she was mistaken about.
    I do not "twist imagination" in any way. I am part of it, as it is part of me. Fear is the price of imagination. I exist to ensure that debt is paid.
    • This unnerved everyone, both because of how much sense it made, but also because until then nobody knew he could talk.
    • Not only can he talk, he can read as well. He keeps a personal library of books that is quite extensive, containing numerous horror-related stories, including The Cremation of Sam McGee, The Fall of Silas Galloway, and... How The Grinch Stole Christmas?
  • Has strong regard for horror writers, and they recognize him as an iconic horror figure, especially Stephen King, who once wrote a compelling short story with him as the subject. H.P. Lovecraft is also a notable devotee, as the being embodies the vagueness that fuels most of his stories. The Bogeyman, in return, keeps a number of Lovecraft's stories in his collection.
  • Because the "Bogey" part of his name comes from the word "bugge", which is also where the English word "bug" originates, the Bogeyman considers himself a sort of honorary bug, and as such spends a lot of his time in the Houses of Insects and Arthropods. While the Arthropods are generally okay with this, the Insects tend to be a little more divided...
  • Diablo, who feeds off fear, tried to associate himself with the Bogeyman, even offering him a spot among "The Satanic Spirits of Pure Evil" seeing as he's sometimes used as a metaphor for The Devil. The Bug-a-boo wasn't really interested in joining, as, despite often doing terrible, horrific things, he's far too ambiguous to qualify as "pure evil". Both respect each other as powerful representations of Fear, but secretly have disdain for the other's methods. Diablo believes the Bogeyman is too indirect and focused, while the bugbear feels he's too obvious and destructive, though neither is a slouch in the other's department. Of course, what neither one realizes is that these opposing methods make them the perfect team. They don't work together often, but when they do, run.
  • Finds Doomsday an excellent ally for his extraordinary capacity to produce panic in otherwise invulnerable superheroes, though he actually prefers when Doomsday is intelligent, as only then can he use Doomsday's own fears against him.
  • One of the few aspects of his personality that remains relatively consistent is that he enjoys punishing children who are naughty. What he considers "naughty" can be variable, ranging from the genuinely sinister to those who are disobedient for good reasons. His punishments are equally erratic, sometimes simply scaring them silly, and other times gobbling them up. Why he does this is, like most things about him, unknown.
    • Some deities have alleged to have spotted him (well, they assume it's him, anyway) as a man carrying around a large sack or bag. No one who's seen him this way has had the heart to ask the Man with the Sack/Bag what's inside it, but they do all note that it's always just big enough to hold a number of small children...
  • No one's sure what his relationships with Pitch Black, Oogie Boogie, and Baba Yaga are. Are they rivals, partners, the same individual using different forms? Nobody knows for sure, and none of them is inclined to talk.
  • Once received a request to fight in the Pantheon Wrestling Federation. He showed up, frightening everyone, revealing that they had mistaken him for someone else. Needless to say, they never made that mistake ever again.
    • Although he doesn't particularly mind being called any of his myriad of names, one should take heed to not call him "Boogerman" in reference to a certain videogame character. Earthworm Jim made that mistake once, thinking he wouldn't know. It didn't end well. The Bogeyman always knows.
  • Is only afraid of one deity in the entire pantheon. When the Bogeyman goes to sleep at night, he checks under his bed for Chuck Norris.

    Brock Samson 
Brock Samson, The Mook Slaying God (The Walking Swedish Murder Machine, Super Kill-Guy, Franken-Mullet, Murderist Extraordinaire)
  • Theme Song: Assclamp!
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Bowie knife
  • Alignment: Neutral Good... barely
  • Portfolios: Terror Hero, Amazon Chaser, The Big Guy, Blood Knight, Disproportionate Retribution, Doesn't Like Guns, Heroic Comedic Sociopath, Hypercompetent Sidekick to Venture, Improbable Weapon User, Jerk With A Heartof Gold, Knife Nut, Papa Wolf to Venture Bros., One-Man Army, Testosterone Poisoning
  • Domains: War, Destruction, Protection, Good
  • Allies: Kratos, Oberyn Martell, Ash Williams, The Heavy Weapons Guy, Sam & Max, Frank Castle/The Punisher, Guy Shishioh
  • Enemies: Any evil god that relies on mooks, Kano, The Enforcers, Shiro Tagachi, David Bowie
  • Rivals: Anastasia Cisnarova/The Baroness, The Undertaker, Red Sonja
  • Annoyed by: Claptrap
  • Odd Friendship: GLaDOS
  • With his legendary exploits in killing and maining minions, it was only a matter of time before Brock Samson ascended into the Pantheon as a God, having began as a follower of Guy Shishioh. His ability to slaughter puts him an a particularly prestigious position, both renowned and feared.
  • The morale of every mook of evil gods took a nosedive when word of his ascension came through. Melkor himself was forced to give more leeway to mook unions just to slow the number of mooks who quit their jobs.
    • His mere presence is enough for Cobra Commander to call a retreat as none of his minions are willing to face him.
    • Hates the Minions as much as any other mook, but is at a loss in how to deal with them; killing them would put him in a bad light for the child gods as well as the GUAG. This development pleases Melkor… if only the Minions were more competent in their duties.
    • As a response to the massive losses of their followers, the Enforcers have proposed an early warning system for Brock's presence. This got the surprise backing of Jackie Chan, who abhors Brock's high body count.
    • SHOCKER and HYDRA keep their mooks well away from him, as if they didn't have to deal with enough from the Kamen Riders and the Avengers.
  • Even if one is not a mook, there are a couple of things to avoid pissing him off. Do not threaten anyone under his protection. And ''don't ever try to run him down with a truck. Optimus Prime has made sure to keep himself at least a mile away from him as a result.
  • Despite his vicious nature, he did gradually come to care for his charges, the Venture Brothers. Any poor fool who thought kidnapping them would be a good idea would be in for the most gruesome death possible.
  • Why hasn't Brock Lesnar ascended to the Pantheon yet after killing the Undertaker's Streak? Because Samson squashes mooks so hard even Lesnar refused to get booked in a bout against him. However, the Undertaker is interested in booking a match with him some time. The two gods have similarly scared their competition silly.
  • He has shown to have a soft spot with women, especially with The Baroness. He admits she may be the closest woman he's loved since Molotov Cocktease. Various villains have started employing more female mooks in response.
  • With Red Sonja's ascension, Brock potentially sees the one woman that could match his desires without being a villain. Of course, he would have to defeat her in order to start dating, but that's a challenge Brock is willing to take.
  • Despite his extensive training record, he refrains from using guns, citing that killing mooks that way would be too way. He is fond of knifes in particular and is often kills legions of mooks with a single Bowie Knife.
    • Kano has expressed interest in his knife wielding skills, hoping to take his knife for a spin after he rips Brock's heart out.
  • Is annoyed that he had to be the last poker player to obtain godhood. Is especially annoyed he got beat out by Claptrap of all beings. At least now he gets to rib on him in his own temple.
    • Got a bit of information from Ash Williams about his ancestry, finding out that he is actually from Poland instead of Sweden. Still doesn't stop Brock from calling Ash a moron at times.
    • Is amused that Sam, a dog, is playing poker at a familiar table. He also wonders if he's a man who looks like a dog or a dog who can talk and walk like a man. That aside, he respects him and his partner Max for saving the world various times.
    • Probably the only god in the Pantheon who can tolerate GLaDOS' sense of dark humor.
    • Got together with Moxxi shortly after his ascension.
  • Kratos is pleased to have an ally with almost as much bloodlust as he does. Is often not that far from Brock whenever he's mowing down minions.
  • Is admired by Oberyn, both by his mastery of combat… and by the size of his pecs as well. Brock hasn't caught on the flirtation just yet, but many gods are convinced that the outcome won't end well…
  • Gets along well with a fellow mercenary called the Heavy Weapons Guy, though he downplays his concerns with his blood lust. Brock points out that mercenaries can enjoy their job and not be complete psychopaths.
  • One of his most avid supporters has been Frank Castle, one of the few gods who can match his brutality to mooks. The two often team up to take down mobsters.
  • Has a largely antagonistic relationship with David Bowie due to an incident Bowie may have pulled back in Berlin some time ago. However, given that in Brock's world, the Sovereign is actually an alien who took on Bowie's form, it's not known if Bowie acually did anything.
  • "You don't want to shoot me, boys. You know me. You know what I'll do to you if you do."

    The Butcher 
The Butcher, God of Nightmarish Sounds (Flesh Carver)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His meat cleaver
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Demon hell-bent on consuming FRESH MEAT!, Uses a Cleaver as his main weapon, Covered with Scars, The Butcher, Dumb Muscle, Fat Bastard, Lightning Bruiser
  • Domains: Fresh Meat, Nightmare Fuel, Demons.
  • "Allies": Diablo, Azmodan, Lord Jaraxxus, Gul'dan, Pudge, Leatherface, Hannibal Lecter, Almost all the members of the House of Demons, Spooky.
  • Rivals: The Wendigo, Pyramid Head
  • Enemies: The Nephalems, Tyrael, Tychus Findlay, Jaina Proudmoore, Saya, Fuminori Sakisaka, Rozalin, Dante Sparda, Buffy Summers, John Constantine, Hellboy, Illidan Stormrage, The Lost Vikings
  • Known as an infamous creature in the land of Sanctuary, the butcher was a demon that claimed a lot of lives in Tristram, where he became feared as a result, until he was ultimately defeated by a group of adventurers. The reputation of the butcher is legendary enough that the demon himself was ascended as a result
  • The reason he ascended was because of the atmosphere where he is initially found, scaring many adventurers who dared to enter his lair. His incredible difficult boss fight was enough to scare a lot of adventurers, even to this day. The spoken words of FRESH MEAT has haunted many for a long time.
  • He has only one fixation, the need to collect FRESH MEAT. and he won't stop until he gets it and he neither cares where he is going to get it from. So long as he gets his meat, he doesn't care who he has to maul in order to get it.
  • Many were surprised he wasn't given the title of Butchers, given that he is one of the most infamous candidates for that. However, he does get along with Pudge (Who he served as High Priest...somehow), as they both share the same drive to get FRESH MEAT.
  • Considered the more "Chaotic" counterpart to Pyramid Head, given their Implacable Man tendencies and because they are associated with horrible noises. Both have come to blows from time to time, but they have been evenly matched and all battles ended in a draw.
  • There was a time when Olaf from the Lost Vikings approached the Butcher, mistakenly assuming that he was the more friendlier kind of "Butcher".
    Olaf: Hello! I'd like some cold cuts please.
    Butcher: *Growls*
    Olaf: Wait a minute... You're not a real butcher, are you?
    • After that, Erik and Baelog spent the rest of their day trying to get the Butcher off Olaf.
  • Because the Butcher is one of the most dangerous demons if he isn't properly deal with, he is usually seen frequently hunted by Demon Hunters to prevent him from causing trouble. Besides Valla (The nephalem who is pretty used to deal with The Butcher), Illidan and Dante often are seen chasing the demon when he is on a rampage.
  • In an alternate timeline, the Butcher was choses as one of the elite minions of Duriel, the Lord of Pain. Said enforcers were given armor plates to withstand the heat of the zone, effectively making the Butcher the most effective one.
  • Spooky instantly fell in love with the Demon and offered him a spot on her mansion. The Butcher surprisingly agreed, with the condition that he gets to eat the victim. People now think twice before entering Spooky's house now that the Butcher has become a regular member
  • Given his tendencies to consume meat, his relationship with others like him tend to vary depending on the person:
    • He gets swimmingly well with Leatherface, given their mutual drive for being unstoppable when they are determined to something. And when they work with Pudge, everyone is sure to run for their lives.
    • Hannibal managed to gain control of the mindless beast. How? By inviting him to dinner of course. Butcher is known to work as Lecter's "assistant" from time to time, usually by making him "buy groceries" Note 
    • The wendigo is a special case that, instead of getting along, they just fight for who gets their food first, often with really bloody results. Although the butcher is really careful with the spirit that resides in the Wendigo, as it could be capable of possessing him one day.
    • The only two deities who consume humans that really dislike the Butcher would be Saya and Fuminori. After all, who wants a Demon who constantly scream FRESH MEAT as a buddy anyway. While He and Saya really don't care about each other, he has tried to eat Fuminori on occasions, usually forcing Saya to retaliate.
    • While she herself is no cannibal, Rozalin cannot stand the presence of the butcher, who he reminds her a little too much of her past life. Whenever the Butcher has to be dealt with, she often offers her help in striking the creature down.

Whew, And that's that for this — "Ah...FRESH MEAT!" Ohshitohshitohshitohshitohshitohshitohshit....

Fiddlesticks, God of Evil Scarecrows (The Ancient Fear, The Harbinger of Doom)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His scythe and a crow
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Pants-Shitting Scarecrows, Semi-Eldritch Abomination, Glowing Eyes of Doom, Bad Guys Using Dark Powers, Evil Laugh, Drain, CAWCAWCAWCAWCAW
  • Domains: Fear, crows, scarecrows, interpCAWCAWCAWCAW
  • Followers: Cacturne
  • Allies: Jack Skellington, Sinestro
  • Rivals: Defenders of the Ancients (Radiants and Dires).
  • Fiddlestick's first appearance in the pantheon caused all crows in the House of Beasts to flock towards the temple of As Nodt. As Nodt was later found torn to shreds. This act resulted in the House of Justice to reevaluate As Nodt's position as the despotic god of fear. The Judge ruled that As Nodt's ascension was only due to supposedly killing Byakuya Kuchiki and not much else. As Nodt was then removed from the Pantheon.
    • Fiddlesticks originally attempted to take over as a God of Fear, giving an extensive list of those he had caused fear in, but Sinestro already had the position. He was instead given the title of God of Evil Scarecrows after Jericho Swain stated "Think logically for one secCAWCAWCAWCAWCAW". This was attested by the already ascended Darius and Draven, both having served under Swain at a time, claiming that it's Fiddlesticks' fault.
  • After ascending, Fiddlesticks was given an invitation to join The Sinestro Corps, to which Fiddlesticks accepted for unknown reasons. Although Sinestro himself is wise to prepare himself against possible backstabbing events, unlike that poor schmuck who summoned Fiddlesticks to Runeterra.
    • Fiddlestick is not happy with the addition of As Nodt to the Sinestro Corps, but Sinestro has managed to keep him in line. While he has promised not to rip As Nodt to pieces a second time, this does not exclude him from fearing and draining the former god...
  • While most gods are wary around Fiddlesticks, Jack Skellington appreciates his talents in scaring, and is in fact trying to find ways to incorporate his crows into Halloween festivities.
  • Is rumored to perform surprise parties, substituting his crows for balloon animals. Admittedly, what was missing is for him to conjure a Scary Black Man voice and then saying, "Surprise, motherfucker!"
  • It is not entirely sure what it is that people see when he casts his potent Terrify spell. Though there is a famous theory...
  • One day as Fiddlesticks wandered about he was seen to suddenly stop. For a long moment the scarecrow stood still, then violently twisted and jerked one way and another before Fiddlesticks finally collapsed, having torn his own body to pieces. A mass of black and red light flew from the remains overhead and out into a storage shed. A horrible cacophony of noise rang out from inside until a twisted thing of cloth and metal burst out, a murder of crows flying overhead.
  • After the startling transformation, many with the mind to began digging into history to find out what happened. They discovered that Fiddlesticks was far older than anyone realized. No mere scarecrow, it is an ancient demon, older than any of its like, and has been killing all across history to feed on the fear of its victims.
  • Having shed its old body, Fiddlesticks has to relearn how to vocalize in its new shell. Thus far, its crude, horrid voice has only mimicked other people speaking. Almost always, Fiddlesticks repeats the last words of its victims.

    Peppermint Butler 
Peppermint Butler, Divine Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant (Pep-But, Peps, Dark One)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His bow tie .
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral with Evil inclinations.
  • Portfolio: Friendly Yet Full Of Terrors, Psycho Sidekick Yet Ultimately On Good's Side, Sort Of Evil, Undying Loyalty, Funny Psychopathic Good Guys, Hyper-Competent Battle Butler, "I'd Like Your Flesh", Would Hurt a Child, Much Older Than He Looks
  • Domains: Butlers, Candy, Loyalty, Evil, Terror
  • Followers: Feferi Peixes, Guu, Marta, Fregley, Cecil Palmer
  • Allies: Princess Bubblegum, Finn the Human, Jake the Dog, Marceline, Lady Rainicorn, Lord Varys, Raven, Pinkie Pie, Darkrai, Jack Skellington, Tomoko Nozamo, Sebastian Michaelis
  • On good terms with: The House of Vampires, Prismo, Death the Horseman Death (Regular Show), Decim
  • Drinking buddies with: HK-47, Ryuk
  • Enemies: The Lich, Orgalorg, Nekron, Shiro Tagachi, Prince Hans, Trigon, Ra's Al Ghul, Stocking Anarchy, Gluttony, Dhuum, Death Phantom
  • Opposes: The Ice King
  • Princess Bubblegum has ruled the Candy Kingdom for centuries, and for those centuries she's had the help of the friendly Peppermint Butler. Courteous, amiable and overall friendly he's seen as a great man. Behind that cheerfulness, however, lies a sinister side that loves demonic rituals, plays with Death and other things that bump in the night.
  • It should be worth noting that despite his cruel streak, Peppermint Butler is Lawful Neutral and not Lawful Evil. He's completely loyal to Princess Bubblegum, and is trying to keep the peace of the Candy Kingdom. He just happens to have some "hobbies" like cavorting with the infernal, but won't let them interfere with the good of the kingdom. Still creepy however.
  • Loving the macabre, he was happy to put of post in the House of Fear. His best friend there Darkrai, due to the nightmares he causes. While Darkrai points out it's mainly a self-defense mechanism, that doesn't stop Pep-But from being intrigued by the bad dreams produced. Darkrai helps him delve into the minds and dreams of others for...research. When not with Darkrai, he tries to keep away from Ra's Al Ghul; he's made an enemy of him for trying to steal from the Lazarus Pit in order to help Princess Bubblegum.
  • While Tomoko Nozamo held the position of Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant, Peppermint Butler was permitted to take it as she already have Perky Goth. There's no hard feelings about this, and the two get long about spooky things. Asides from the macabre, he hangs out with Jack Skellington to share spooky stories with.
  • Fascinated with vampire lore. While he'll do his best to hunt them if needed be, but otherwise likes to visit the members of the House of Vampires. Above all, he's a colossal fanboy of Dracula himself. Almost instantly after entering the pantheon, Peppermint Butler asked the Lord of Vampires for autographs. Dracula agreed for a certain price. That price was the kid of one of his enemies.
    • On his off-days, he is seen making deals and trying to gain power from members of the House of Demons. Activities there have included trying to capture Pazuzu using Cinnamon Bun, experimenting with Behelits and partying it up in South Park Satan's Hell. He respects Sebastian the most, as they're both effective yet sinister butlers.
  • Can be seen conversing with Varys, as the two can agree that anything must be done for the good of the realm. He's interested in the eunuch's "little birds and spiders" so as to increase the Candy Kingdom's spy work. On a more casual level he can be seen bonding and sometimes drinking with HK-47 over being token evil teammates.
  • Is good friends with the Death of his world, which helped save Finn and Jake due to association onto their travel to the Underworld. He's managed to get along with the Deaths of Supernatural and Regular Show, the latter over a music bet. In particular he has strong synergy with the psychopomp Decim for being a butler. Dhuum, however, does not like him. He's disdainful towards him for using his friendship to help with cheating death.
  • When learning that the Grand United Alliance of Destruction had the Lich, he immediately alerted Princess Bubblegum. Nekron has noticed Peppermint Butler, and considers him a genuine threat as he's befriended some of the Deaths and can enter the Underworld at will. Pep-But also alerted Bubblegum about Stocking Anarchy and Gluttony, fearing that they may try to eat the Candy Kingdom.
  • Is trying to prevent suitors of Princess Bubblegum, as she's clearly not interested in them. This is especially the case of Prince Hans, whom he believes will attempt to usurp the Candy Kingdom through trying to marry her. Also keeping an eye out for Shiro Tagachi, as he naturally hates treacherous bodyguards.
  • Was interested in Raven, having noticed the Commonality Connection between her and Marceline. Having learned of her connection to Trigon, he's trying his best to use dark magic and lock the Ravager away forever. That, and most likely to try and steal his/her demonic essence for himself. Hard to tell, really.
  • Asides from his morbid interests, Peppermint Butler's a big fan of parties. When not hanging out at Prismo's, he likes to visit Pinkie Pie's parties. This may have something to do with both her and Bubblegum being really pink.
  • Finn once shipped Peppermint Bulter with Marceline using "little people". It...didn't end well.

    Ra's al Ghul 
Ra's al Ghul, God of Immortals Who Fear Death (Rā's al Ghūl, The Demon's Head)

Lesser Gods

Leader Abelt Dessler, Master of the Mass "Oh, Crap!" (Desslar, Desslok)

    Freddy Krueger 
Frederick Charles "Freddy" Krueger, Avatar of Nightmares (The Bastard Son of 100 Maniacs, The Springwood Slasher, The Man of Your Dreams, The Stuff Nightmares Are Made Of, Super Freddy, Rap Master Freddy, The Nightmare)

    Satellizer el Bridget 
Satellizer el Bridget, Goddess of Intense Haphephobia (Satellizer Alon-Grache, Satella, The Untouchable Queen, The Heartless Witch, Pandora Serial #: GR230)
  • Theme Songs: Color, Avenge World.
  • Rank: Lesser Goddess (Intermediate Goddess in Pandora Mode, Nova Form. Greater Goddess with the Holy Gates and Transcendence activated).
  • Symbol: The West Genetics symbol and the Nova Blood (her Volt Weapon).
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (She becomes Neutral Good later)
  • Portfolio: Badass Adorables, Broken Aces That Don't Wanna Mess With Her and/or her Friends, Big Eaters As Long As Hamburgers, Wielding the Nova Blood, Having a Haphephobia Due to Her Being Mistreated by Her Younger Brother Louis Until Making Peace with Him, Determinators, Pandora with Bad Reputations (at first), Heroic Illegitimate Daughter of the Prominent el Bridget Family, Cry Cute, Not So Stoic, Phenotype Stereotypes, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Lightning Bruiser, Meganekko, Buxom Strength, Accel Turn
  • Domains: Combat, Fear, Romance, Fanservice, School, Tragedy.
  • Allies:
  • Odd Friendship With: Jun Kazama, Nodoka Miyazaki, Shigure Kosaka, Maki Nishikino.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork With: Kaito Kumon/Kamen Rider Baron, Harold "Coop" Cooplowski.
  • Enemies: Ryoma Sengoku/Kamen Rider Duke, Enter, the GUAE Trollkaiger, Gilgamesh, Ragyo Kiryuin, Monokuma and his Mastermind, SHOCKER
  • One of the Ascended Followers of Erza Scarlet, Satellizer made her way to the Pantheon due to her long history of being Haphephobic. Originally, she was feared by the whole school students of West Genetics due to her homicidal tendencies whenever she is touched until she met Kazuya Aoi, who becomes her unofficial Limiter and became less aphephobic due to a series of her development alongside Kazuya.
    • Even after her ascension she is still close friends with Erza.
  • She became close friends with Kouta Kazuraba as both of them shares a similar ideals of protecting the ones they care, including their respective friends and families, as well as both of them had the similar experience of being a broken person until they recover with a sheer determination.
  • She is somewhat surprisingly became friends with Gentaro Kisaragi and Eiji Hino as two of them are friendly and also nice to her. After she shares her stories to them, Satella was glad that the two Kamen Riders accepts her as an ally despite of her dark past.
  • Also became close allies with Naruto Uzumaki and Peter Parker as both three of them started out as heroes who were treated badly by other people around them until they manage to become more respectful figure to others.
  • She and Kazuya had made peace with her younger half-brother Louis, who is responsible for abusing her during her childhood, after she defeats Louis' Pandora partner Holly Rose in a fateful battle that causes her to overcome her biggest fear.
  • Was glad that Elizabeth Mably manage to ascend into the pantheon as both of them were once enemies due to Satella's retaliation on the 3rd year students of West Genetics until both of them became respected allies during the 10th Nova Clash.
  • She is also very close friends with Arturia Pendragon as both of them are swords women who were paired with a male partner.
  • Has a friendly rivalry with her ally Rana Linchen in a competition for Kazuya's affection, much to her chagrin. Until Rana made her ascension in the same house as Satellizer was glad to see her rival once again.
  • Became friends with Courage because the dog understands her fear initially due to the her troubled pasts.
  • She can be seen in the House of Food wolfing down numerous hamburgers in Bob Belcher's cater. At this moment she holds the record for most hamburgers eaten in one sitting. Though Musashi seems to be competing for this title.
  • At one point, she bumps into Jun Kazama, Shigure Kosaka, and Nodoka Miyazaki, as both all of them quickly became close friends in a odd way mostly due to their voices sounds similar to each other.
  • She doesn't like Coop's guts with all of her passion, mostly due to Coop being more chaotic than her while Coop has the same opinion on her, as he sees her as a "Ax-Crazy Burger Eater". The only thing they can get along is whenever they fight against evildoers everywhere.
  • Also doesn't get along with Kaito Kumon as she is not amuse of his tendencies of being a nominal hero while Kaito literally hates her guts as he literally sees her as a "weak person" due to what he heard of her fear of being touch by others. However they casts their differences whenever they act as a team, especially since they had the same common enemy in Ryoma Sengoku.
  • She became close friends with Ryuko Matoi due to the fact that both heroines are fighting otherworldly beings (The Novas and the Life Fibers). On top of that, she notice that Ryuko's voice is similar to her old enemy turned ally Ingrid Bernstein.
  • She gets along well with Sakura Matou due to their similar past and also encourage her to become stronger just like her. On the other hand, she dislikes Shinji Matou due to him being a rapist as he would dare to threaten her and/or her closest allies, she will give him the beating that he deserves.
  • As she fought Satella made several enemies in the pantheon, such as Ryoma Sengoku due to what she heard of him being a mad scientist who is willing to his own allies to further his own agenda including his quest for godhood through obtaining the Forbidden Fruit, Gilgamesh due to him being a evil prideful douchebag who only cares about himself, Ragyo Kiryuin since she betrayed humanity for allying herself with the Life Fibers, Monokuma and his Mastermind as both of them initiates a mutual killings in a certain school full of despair, and the Trollkaigers due to their atrocious acts in the pantheon. Due to this she will do anything to stop them so that history would not repeat itself in the pantheon.

    Sticks the Jungle Badger 

Sticks the Jungle Badger, Goddess of Technophobia
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her boomerang
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Technophobia, Cloud Cuckoo Lander (who sometimes happens to be right even when nobody believes her), Crazy-Prepared, Wild Child
  • Domains: Craziness, Technophobes, Preparation, Heroism
  • Allies: Sonic the Hedgehog, Tails, Amy Rose, Knuckles the Echidna, Blaze the Cat, Cosmo the Seedrian, Big the Cat, Cream the Rabbit, Tikal the Echidna, Silver The Hedgehog, Mowgli, Tarzan, Gau, Hareta, N, Daisuke Yamamoto, Badger
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Shadow the Hedgehog, Princess Sally Acorn
  • Enemies: Dr. Eggman, Metal Sonic, Sigma, Grand United Alliance of Machines, Kefka Palazzo, Ghetsis Harmonia, The Evilutionists of Mad Science, Black Doom, SCP-953, Solaris, Millennium, HYDRA, SHOCKER, Dr. Gero, Ultimate Reed Richards, Lord Recluse, E-101 Beta, Dr. Wily, Dr. Weil, Omega, Metallix, Fawful, Joker (Smile Precure)
  • Opposes: Technology itself.
  • Sticks the Jungle Badger has a wacky, out there personality. She is the only descendant of Jeremiah Badger and seems to be a force of nature. She grew up in the wilderness since her childhood, so friends were a very new concept to her. That being said, she eventually formed a strong bond with Sonic, Tails, Amy and Knuckles, joining them in their battles against Dr. Eggman as their Wild Card.
  • Ascended when she was found lurking in the woods one early morning. When she encountered some of Eggman’s robots while being escorted by a few other deities to the Court of the Gods, she reacted very violently, destroying them, claiming afterwards that robots will eventually turn on everyone and cause the apocalypse. Impressed by her display and beliefs, she was soon given a proper title as the Goddess of Technophobia.
  • Obviously, her version of Eggman wasn't very happy to see her, though being Affably Evil, he was very polite about it. Game Eggman was pretty affable about it as well...but then there are the more cruel versions of Robotnik and Eggman which actually gave Sticks pause. She was shocked how in some universes Eggman is far from Affably Evil, being an Emperor Scientist filled with cruelty and malice, especially the Satam and Archie versions of Robotnik, who also happen to be Complete Monsters. She also has to deal with Metal Sonic, remembering just how he copied her abilities as well as those of her friends.
  • True to her beliefs, she really doesn't like the Grand United Alliance of Machines. She believes that all of the members there, including the good-aligned ones, seek to turn on everyone and bring about the apocalypse, replacing life with robots. In some cases, like Ultron, she couldn't be more right. The member she most vividly remembers is Sigma and seeks to help his other enemies bring him down once and for all.
  • Gets along with other Wild Children, like Tarzan, Mowgli and Gau. This also extends to the others who used to be a Wild Child, like Daisuke Yamamoto, N and Hareta. She has, as a result of this, become enemies with Ghetsis Harmonia and Kefka Palazzo, especially the latter, due to his Omnicidal Mania and Depravity.
  • Enemies with The Evilutionists Of Mad Science, particularly Professor Hojo, whose monstrous personality makes her fierce enemies with him and has sometimes been personally responsible for disrupting his plans. He's sworn to subject her to a slow and painful torture, with Sticks daring him to try and her becoming EVEN MORE hellbent on putting a stop to any of his plans.
  • When she first ascended, Blaze the Cat thought that her friend, Marine the Raccoon had ascended. When she found out that Sticks wasn't who she thought she was, she was slightly disappointed, but ultimately became friends with her anyway. Through Blaze, Sticks eventually met Silver, and learned about one of their greatest enemies, Solaris. Learning of the horrible acts his components have committed, including creating a Bad Future and killing Sonic. She has sworn to help them prevent Iblis and Mephiles from becoming Solaris again.
  • Is greatly opposed to Dr. Gero for his vendetta against Goku going to the point where he’d make evil androids and convert regular teenagers into cyborgs. In her eyes, however, his most heinous acts are creating Cell and turning his wife into an Android.
  • Tends to hang out in the house of Nature. There, she feels comfortable as she doesn’t have to deal with many forms of technology, though she stays away from the Toxicity Sub-House due to how disgusting and problematic it and most of its residents are, especially The Lich.
  • Shadow the Hedgehog is a bit of an enigma to her. The Shadow from her world was a bastard who Would Hit a Girl with no regrets and has no Dark and Troubled Past to justify his attitude. Here, though, Shadow is a much better person, especially after Maria’s ascension. She takes Sonic’s word for it, though keeps her eye on him as she doesn’t trust Shadow one bit. Shadow himself was appalled that a version of him was so cruel especially to the point of being a Chaotic Evil Jerkass.
  • Enemies with Dr. Wily due to his similarities with Eggman. He doesn’t mind this. However, she hates Dr. Weil and Omega more, both of them being completely depraved. She’s also opposed to the Ax-Crazy Metallix for what he did to most of her friends.
  • Enemies with Lord Recluse for his monstrous use of technology and his Card-Carrying Villain status. She hates him greatly, and to her frustration, he seems to welcome her as an opponent. She also doesn't like Ultimate Reed Richards either, believing his ideal utopia to be anything but. She also opposes Fawful for using technology to reawaken a dark power to conquer the Mushroom Kingdom, his plan backfiring and resulting in the near-destruction of everything. Because of how Bowser and the Mario Bros were responsible for ultimately taking down Fawful and the Dark Star, she has respect for all three of them. The Mario Bros immediately accepted it while Bowser simply stated that she had the wrong idea and that they never should've crossed him in the first place.
  • Is Good friends with Cream and Big. All three of them are great friends of Amy and much like Big, she's lived secluded in the wild for most of her life. She also respects Tikal and Cosmo, the latter for helping put a stop to monstrous aliens called the Metarex and the former for turning Chaos back to the side of good, putting an end to his rampage after he was defeated by Super Sonic.
  • Do not assume that a boomerang is the only weapon she'll use. Sticks has been using many other weapons as of late and thanks to the vast amount of those in the Pantheon, she's become much more dangerous to her enemies. Eggman and other technological villains are having headaches over this.
  • Met Sally Acorn at one point and while the meeting could have gone better, especially with Sticks chastising her on her use of technology to fight back against Robotnik's metal empire, though Sticks eventually came to believe that she may not have had any choice, especially when considering the cruelty of her versions of Robotnik and Eggman when compared to hers. Still, given Sonic the Comic Robotnik is an Omnicidal Maniac, she quickly found him to be worse than even them.
  • Laughed her ass off when she heard someone called Eggman a fat guy named after breakfast food.
  • SCP 953 hates her for being a “furry.” Sticks has responded in turn by calling her a disgrace for eating people and the two have become very fierce enemies. Black Doom is also a major enemy of hers, as despite her current status regarding Shadow, Sticks notices just how vile the evil alien is and won’t hesitate to help take him down when he causes trouble. His goals didn’t help matters.
  • Is opposed to evil organizations who use technology like Millennium, HYDRA and Shocker. She has proved capable against Hydra soldiers and some of Shocker’s Monsters of the Week, yet she has recognized that she needs help against Millennium no matter who she faces.
  • Her disgust towards technology has earned her a friendship with Badger, and while he doesn’t like her tolerating Tails’ use of it, he gets along with her just fine and they will sometimes hang out together.
  • Once had the misfortune of coming across Joker, who immediately decided to attack her while giving a Breaking Speech and she would have been killed had some deities not intervened at the last second. She’s hated Joker ever since, and he finds that hilarious and seeks to destroy any form of hope she has.

Spooky, Goddess of Haunted Houses (Spook, Spooks, Mrs. Spook)
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A Big Machete (Pictured)
  • Theme Song: A Smile Beneath Your Skin
  • Alingment: Chaotic Evil or Chaotic Neutral. Nobody is sure...
  • Portfolio: Terrible Boss, Cute and Psycho, Cute Ghost Girl, Hates being called "Cute", Deadpan Snarker, Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon, Likes Machetes, Blue Haired
  • Dominions: Ghosts, Haunted Houses, Various Horror Monsters, Cuteness, Jump Scares
  • Heralds: All the specimens held in her Mansion.
  • Allies: Giygas, Diablo, The Perfect Trumpet Thingy, Sadako Yamamura, Gengar, Pyramid Head, Majora's Mask, The Fazbear Gang, The Puppet, The Slenderman, The Incubators, Ostarion the Wraith King, BEN, Jack the Ripper, SCP-173, SCP-1048, SCP-2006
  • Rivals: The SCP Foundation
  • Enemies: James Sunderland, Link, Luigi, The Ghostbusters, Xerneas, Bambi, Usalia, Artix Von Krieger, Hisako, Pacman, the Puella Magi, Erma
  • Opposes: Any gun or Axe user.
  • Opposed by: House of Food, Isaac
  • Annoyed by: Casper, Rena Ryuugu, Saphire Rodhonite, Yuyuko Saigyouji
  • Scares: Ragna The Bloodedge, Mako Reizei, Nao Midorikawa
  • Underling: Napstablook
  • It's really something to say when a huge mansion on top of a hill suddenly showed up in the Pantheon. From there a ghost girl emerged, inviting various bystanders to explore the mysterious mansion. The catch? The mansion is made of about a thousand rooms worth of exploration and it holds unimaginable horrors within. Many gods adventured into the unknown house but no one came back. (Well they did, but they don't want to talk about what happened inside)
    • It was later decided that, to prevent more disappearances, that the mansion was declared Spooky's domain and gave her a title so nobody would dare enter again. There are still some fearless gods who enters much to Spooky's amusement.
  • What is Spooky's objective? Get enough people killed in her mansion to make a Ghost Army and Take Over the World so people would take her seriously. Unfortunately, said rules doesn't apply here but Spooky is still trying to find a way to realize that objective.
    • As a backup plan, the court of Gods decided to task Luigi and the Ghostbusters to deal with said threat should the day come.
  • Hates Casper for trying to befriend her, even when she is actively avoiding him in the first place. Ghosts shouldn't be friendly, they should be scary or terrifying! However, she thinks that he would make an excellent specimen 1.
    • Another Ghost she can't stand is Yuyuko Saigyouji, for the Simple fact that she is another Cute Ghost Girl.
  • Apparently, she owns a small forest inhabited by killer deer. For that fact both Xerneas and Bambi actively oppose her for having such creatures living in the house. It became worse when they found out that the leader was a huge humanoid deer that behaves like a Wendigo and apparently, is made out of people it consumed
  • Murdered Santa Claus once. She claims that she didn't have to do anything with that, saying that he died from a Heart attack propelled by the Ghost props. She still didn't explain why was he covered in blood though.
  • She posses a really strange puppet with mysterious powers that could even give The Weeping Angels a run for their money. This has greatly left Link concerned, as that puppet reminds him of the Happy Mask Salesman. It was made worse when spooky was seen casually chatting with Majora's Mask.
  • Admires Ostarion for being the Leader of a Wraith Army and aspires to become like him one day. Wraith King on his part, is interested on taking Spooky as his apprentice.
  • It's been reported that she actually murdered Pac-Man once. The latter doesn't want to talk about that but it's clearly not happy with Spooky.
  • Sometimes, she likes to dress like this or this. Neither The Engineer nor The Heavy know what to think about her.
  • There was one time where she tried to sell some weird hamburgers that, according to her, were made on her mansion with special "Beef" meat. Nobody trusted her and after a series of investigations, it was later revealed that some kind of demon was behind the creation of those burgers. As a result, Spooky is restricted to enter the House of Food again.
  • Rumored to have some sort of agreement with Kyubey. There is no basis for this theory yet but a A strange poster has been recovered from one of her mansion's rooms linking at the Incubator.
    • Obviously, Madoka and the rest of the Puella Magi didn't like that and openly oppose Spooky's schemes. Spooky doesn't pay them attention, however, she has strong dislike for Mami, since she is very fond of guns.
  • Isn't a big fan of axes, as the last visitor she had found one in her home and made a BIG mess. Any ax user is fed up with her because she is always taking away their stamina. The most prominent axe wielder is the Undead Slayer Artix von Krieger who has come to this temple just because he has an unhealthy obsession with smiting the undead and the fact that taking away his axe will not strip him of his powers. Spooky learned that the hard way when he unleashed a humongous beam of energy from the Spirit Orbs he gained after a ten million Undead slaughter back in his home world.
    • However, she hates guns, for the fact that she died because of one trigger-happy person. For that reason, she stays far away from the House of Weapons.
  • Don't you ever dare call her cute, she hates being called cute and that's one of the reasons she ended up dead in the first place. The last time someone called her cute... well...she slaughtered a lot of people in a mall (There are people that say that's actually an arcade game, actually that game was based on Spooky's Rampage and it was a lot less bloody)
  • After a long investigation around the Pantheon, she decided that she would "reorganize" his House in order to improve the specimens kept there and add more danger to the mansion. She enlisted various ghost to fill the spots of some of the Creatures found there. Not everyone featured has agreed with her, but their opinion did not matter to her.
    • Napstablook as Specimen 1
    • Arachne and Anub'arak as Specimen 3.
    • Hisako and Sadako Yamamura as Specimen 4.
    • Pyramid Head as a Specimen 5.
    • BEN and The Weeping Angels as Specimen 6.
    • Giygas as Specimen 7
    • The Wendigo as Specimen 8
    • Diablo as Specimen 11.
    • Jack the Ripper as Specimen 12
    • The Dazzlings as Specimen 13.
      • She wasn't able to find replacements for Specimens 2, 9 and 10 but she is still in the hunt for those.
  • Due to copyright issues, Spooky's House of Jumpscares was renamed to Spooky's Jump Scare Mansion. Spooky's opinion of this is unknown.


    Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow 
Dr. Jonathan Crane, God of Supernatural Fear Inducers (Scarecrow, Scarebeast, Schrocken, Master of Fear, Potato Sack, Ichabod Crane)
  • Demigod (Intermediate God when a yellow lantern, Lesser God as the Scarebeast, and Greater God when transformed into Schrocken)
  • Symbol: A pitchfork, a scythe, a crow, an actual scarecrow, and a jack-o'-lantern-style smiley face with an upside-down bat symbol for a smile
  • Theme Song: And At the End of Fear, Oblivion!
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Nightmare Fetishist, Scary Scarecrow, I Know What You Fear, Noose Necktie, Scary Stitches, Revenge of the Nerd, Having An Abusive Great-Grandmother or Father, Self-Made Orphan, Break Them by Talking, Psycho Psychologist, Appropriated Appellation, For Science!, Lean and Mean, Mad Scientist, Master of Illusion, Morally Ambiguous Doctorate, The Paranoiac, Pragmatic Villainy
  • Domains: Fear Gas, Mind Rapes, Scary Scarecrows
  • Followers: Mia, Liō, Sergeant William James, Allie Parker, Alistair Mechanus, Harold Berselius
  • Allies: Almost all evil-aligned deities in the house of Fear (most notably The Bogeyman, and Freddy Krueger) Bill Cipher, Tira, William Hand/Black Hand, The Medic, Dr. Angus Bumby, Cave Johnson, GLaDOS, Hannibal Lecter, Vaermina
  • Rival: Pitch Black
  • Fears: Batman
  • Enemies: All Allies of Batman (notably Barbara Gordon/Batgirl, Jason Todd/Red Hood, Dick Grayson/Nightwing, Tim Drake/Red Robin), Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider, Alice Liddell, The Headless Horseman, Lex Luthor, Oswald Cobblepot/The Penguin, Regime Superman
  • Odd Friendship: Jervis Tetch/Mad Hatter, Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn
  • Interested In: Courage the Cowardly Dog, The house of Courage & Cowardice
  • Respected by: All Batman Rogues, Thaal Sinestro
  • Pities: Matilda Wormwood, Alma Wade, Pacifica Northwest, Aya Drevis, Lucy/Nyu
  • Feared (especially) by: Ms. Trunchbull, Alfred Drevis, Count Olaf, The Doki Doki Literature Club (especially Sayori)
  • Banned from: The house of Family
  • Evil Counterpart to: Frasier Crane
  • Conflicting Opinion: Patrick Bateman
  • Dr. Jonathan Crane made his debut in the pantheon when he flooded the entire house of Family with his signature fear gas. Although no one was permanently harmed (at least not physically), it still took hours before the chaos was under control. Scarecrow was eventually found on the roof fanatically recording all of their reactions to the toxin while singing a nursery rhyme.
    Scarecrow: There was an old woman who lived in a shoe.
    She had so many children, she didn't know what to do,
    So she gave them some broth without any bread...
    And she whipped them all soundly and sent them to bed.
    • Although it was expected that he would be removed from the pantheon, he was instead permitted to ascend for his trope. Batman suspects Mad Hatter may have had a hand in that decision.
  • If there's one thing that can be said of the man who would become Scarecrow, it's that his childhood was anything but happy. Subjected to horrific (and prophetic) experiments by his abusive grandmother/father and severe school bullying, Jonathan Crane developed a fixation with fear, both the concept itself and of the fears of himself and others. Led into a career in psychology by these preoccupations, he's become known as one of the most deranged of Batman's adversaries, using his signature weapon, a toxin that can induce nightmarish hallucinations in the sufferer, to experiment on people with the sole aim of learning what they fear most.
  • To Scarecrow, the house of Fear is like a dream (nightmare?) come true. The greatest symbols of fear, all in one place! Freddy Krueger (who he has a special connection with, to the point that his knife glove served to inspire his similar syringe one), H.P. Lovecraft, and even the Bogeyman! Scarecrow couldn't be happier to be among them. In contrast, while he's obsessed with learning the fears of everyone in the pantheon, he's especially curious to learn the fears of those in the house of Courage & Cowardice, especially the courageous or fearless ones. He looks forward to the challenge of breaking them.
    • While he has (relatively) good relationships with nearly all the Evil-aligned deities in the house of Fear, he doesn't like Pitch Black because he considers his ability to naturally know his victims' fears boring. He much prefers to use his toxin to learn their fears. Pitch Black just sees that as a crude waste of time.
    • High Councilor Kal-El is a massive enemy of Scarecrow, as he knows first-hand how dangerous he can be, as it was a variant of his fear toxin that the Joker used to make him accidentally kill his wife and son. Speaking of which, Crane has no idea how his counterpart from that universe is still alive after the Joker killed him. Not that he really cares.
    • The Literature Club once came across him and mistook the noose around his neck as a joke at Sayori's expense. Crane's response to being confronted about this was... less than empathetic. None of the club's members have slept soundly since. They now steer very clear of him (a challenge at times since they're in the same house), especially Sayori, since the incident caused her depression to relapse for a time.
  • His obsession with both fear itself and the things that cause fear has allowed him to form a kinship with other Nightmare Fetishists like Tira, William Hand, The Medic, and Bill Cipher. Sometimes they like to get together to have lively conversations about their various obsessions and interests. His clinical and scientific attitude to his obsession has also drawn interest from GLaDOS and Cave Johnson, the latter of which has even offered funding to him for being "a beacon of ambition and enterprise," (which really says more about Johnson than Scarecrow).
  • Although he used to have a fear of crows and bats, exposure to his own fear gas has rendered him incapable of feeling fear (or any emotion to some extent) of anything, with only one sole exception: Batman.
    • He's gained much respect from others in the Bat's Rogues Gallery due to being the only Batman villain ever to unmask Batman to the public. These events have also caused an even greater animosity between him and the Arkham Knight, now under his identity as the Red Hood. His Odd Friendship with the Mad Hatter has been preserved and he has been seen to be oddly friendly to Harley Quinn, who likes to huff his fear gas for kicks.
  • The Penguin once arranged for him to be unwillingly transformed into a creature known as the Scarebeast. In this form, he has enhanced strength and endurance, as well as the ability to naturally produce and release a form of Fear Gas that is stronger than his normal Fear Gas. After this, Darkseid experimented on him to transform him into Schrocken, an even stronger being that can take on Superman in a fight. Although he was eventually reverted from both forms, he kept the ability to transform into Scarebeast during times of great stress and frustration. Has been after The Penguin ever since, but even without fear, he knows he's no match for Darkseid.
  • Was once inducted into the Sinestro Corp. due to being the most frightening human on his Earth (with the exception of Batman). While this ultimately didn't last, it still made an impression on Sinestro, who added him to his list of potential candidates for recruitment. Since it was Lex Luthor's desire to have all the rings that caused him to lose it in the first place, he's been itching to settle the score... in his own time.
  • Ghost Rider sees Jonathan Crane as an even more insane version of his own Scarecrow-themed enemy, Ebenezer Laughton. It doesn't help that when their universes merged, Crane and Laughton combined, forming the Amalgam Universe's Scarecrow.
  • Takes great joy in comparing notes on methods of brainwashing with the other insane psychologist in the pantheon, Dr. Angus Bumby, much to Alice's distress. Together they've caused enough mental impairment to give Dr. Frasier Crane a stroke from the stress. Speaking of, Frasier denies any sort of connection, familial or otherwise, to Scarecrow besides having the same last name. Numerous detectives have looked into their family histories to determine if there was a link, but found nothing conclusive (to Frasier's great relief).
    • In a similar vein, he has been hounded over and over by the Headless Horseman, who continues to try and torment him, seemingly unable to realize that he's not actually Ichabod Crane.
  • He has come to the realization that he is far too dependent on his fear gas to scare people, and resolved to learn new ways to frighten without using the toxin. As part of this decision, he has taken lessons from Hannibal Lecter himself in giving crushing interrogation speeches.
  • Although hardly unwilling to submit anyone (up to and including children) to his experiments, he has been found to be somewhat sympathetic of those who have suffered similar abuse to himself, like Matilda Wormwood, Pacifica Northwest, Alma Wade, Lucy, Aya Drevis, and the Baudelaires. This won't necessarily protect them from him, but it has at times caused him to, in his own twisted way, attempt to protect them by attacking those who have abused them. None of the deities he pities appreciate this, and it's caused Ms. Trunchbull, Alfred Drevis, and Count Olaf to become very wary of him.
  • Is hesitant to trust Patrick Bateman because his name seems to hint at the possibility that he might be Batman in disguise. If he isn't, then they'd be great allies, but if he is, then Crane would never be able to live down falling for such an obvious disguise. Many deities have noted with irony that he's kinda right.
  • "You're not dying, it just feels like you are. My toxin is filling your lungs, drowning you in your greatest fears. What can you see? A city engulfed in fear? Betrayed by those you trust the most? Your darkest secrets revealed? As I tear your mind apart, Gotham will watch. I will cut that mask from your face and the whole world will see the fear in your eyes. Then they they too will understand. There is no savior. No more hope... No more Batman."

    The Perfect Trumpet Thingy 
The Perfect Trumpet Thingy, God of Nightmare Sequences (Eustace's Trumpet, the Blue Creature, the Blue Demon)
  • Demigod... maybe. Could be higher, though we really don't wanna find out.
  • Symbol: Do you really wanna know?
  • Alignment: True Neutral... as far as we know.
  • Portfolio: Giant Space Flea from Nowhere, Nightmare Dreams, The Grotesque, Fetus Terrible, Nightmare Fuel Station Attendant, One-Scene Wonder
  • Domains: Spooks, Imperfection
  • Allies: None. Everyone is imperfect to it.
  • Rivals: The Fazbear Gang (one-sided on their end)
  • Opposes(?)/Opposed by: Weiss Schnee, Mitsuzane Kureshima, Sayaka Miki, Madoka Kaname, Vergil Sparda, the Houses of Pride and Regret, Deus, Cell, Princess Luna, The New Kid
  • Feared by: Courage the Cowardly Dog
  • Annoyed by: King Dedede, Bill Cipher
  • Observed by: Peppermint Butler
  • One night, the entire Pantheon was filled with loud panicked screams seemingly out of nowhere; the loudest one coming from (of course) Courage. Apparently, multiple deities reported having their dreams getting invaded by a terrifying blue creature. While a few initially believed Osmosis Jones was the cause, once one deity described it saying "You're not perfect", the cause of these scares became abundantly clear: The Perfect Trumpet Thingy has ascended into the Pantheon.
  • Not much is known about its origins, its intentions, or even what exactly it's supposed to be, other than that it's apparently meant to resemble Eustace's broken trumpet and that Courage encountered this monstrosity briefly in a dream. Why on earth it resembles a fetus is anyone's guess.
  • Every investigation as to what its nature is has turned up dry. Not even the Dream Walkers of the Pantheon were able to gather any sort of answer. Then again, most people would rather not find out...
  • Both Vaermina, the Daedrik Daedric Prince of Dreams and Hermaemus Mora, the Daedric Prince of Knowledge have claimed to know what the Perfect Trumpet Thingy is. The subject has since become a point of contention between the two, with both claiming the other doesn't know what they're talking about.
    • Given that Vaermina's realm of Quagmire is the source of nightmares, it's possible that the Perfect Trumpet Thingy resides within Quagmire. In contrast, Mara has been known to lie about his omnipresence. Unfortunately, proving the validity of either claim would require one to go to either a nightmare realm where they'll be psychologically tortured, or an endless library where they'll either go mad or get killed by its inhabitants.
  • Despite how terrifying it looks, the Perfect Trumpet Thingy seems relatively harmless. It never does anything outside of appearing in the dreams of Gods who think highly of themselves, or at the very least, those who try to obtain perfection, to jumpscare them.
    • That being said, much of the House of Pride are dead set on killing the thing. Unfortunately for them, the Perfect Trumpet Thingy doesn't have a temple and only seems to exist in the dreams of others'.
  • Figures who've done things they now regret, such as Mitsuzane and Sayaka, especially don't like it, as it serves as a reminder of their past sins.
  • Being one of the few beings able to communicate with the Perfect Trumpet Thingy, Princess Luna attempted to convince it to stop giving people nightmares. Unfortunately, her efforts were fruitless, with it only responding with "You're not perfect" again and again until she was forced to leave. Given her insecurities about her past as Nightmare Moon, it'd be an understatement to say that the experience did a number on her.
    • When asked why she didn't try and banish it, Luna only replied "I...couldn't." No one is brave enough to ask her to elaborate.
  • King Dedede seems to be one of the few Pantheon who isn't the least bit bothered by its claiming he's imperfect. Given that he's, at least in his mind, "already perfect" and therefore above this trumpet's opinion. The sight of King Dedede's unwavering ego is one of the very few things that is able to slightly crack the Perfect Trumpet Thingy's stoicism.
  • The Fazbear Gang see it as a rival of sorts, given that their brand of scares rely heavily on jumpscares. It doesn't help that while people are still plenty disturbed by the Perfect Trumpet Thingy, the Fazbear Gang's methods of horror have gotten stale for them. As far as anyone can tell, the Perfect Trumpet Thingy doesn't care either way.
  • The likes of Peppermint Butler has taken a particular interest in The Perfect Trumpet Thingy. While he claims that he's merely fascinated by it and has no intentions of summoning it, the gods have taken special precautions to prepare for the hell that may be unleashed if Pep-But were ever to bring it out of its domain.
  • The New Kid was one of the few that was relatively unfazed by the appearance of the Perfect Trumpet Thingy, given his experience with zombified Nazi fetuses. That said, he'd still rather forget about the nightmarish experience and wants nothing to do with the entity.
  • To the surprise of few, Bill Cipher finds its attempts at scaring him to be absolutely hilarious. Being one of the only beings that can meet the Perfect Trumpet Thingy face-to-face, Bill occasionally shows up in its domain to give it grief. It always responds by just staring at him in silence (likely in annoyance).
    • Bill is possibly the only being that knows what the Perfect Trumpet Thingy is, but being the guy he is, he reused to give out any information on it. Although he did mention the two being roommates in college...which honestly raises even more questions.
  • "You're not perfect..."

    Pitch Black 
Pitch Black, God of Phobia Knowledge (The Boogeyman, The Nightmare King, Kozmotis Pitchiner)


    The Bedtime Stories Crew 
"On one particular day, four Youtubers would mysteriously vanish from the face of the Earth, and end up in a completely new dimension. In it, they would find both fact and fiction side-by-side, as well as monsters, aliens, Nazi wonderweapons, government conspiracies, serial killers, and so much more. Join us this week, as we uncover what happened... to The Bedtime Stories Crew..."

The Bedtime Stories Crew, The Deities who specialize in Horror Web Originals
The Crew, as drawn in their typical Deliberately Monochrome artstyle.
  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: The Bedtime Stories Logo
  • Themes: Undaunted, Ice Demon, and Crypto
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Domains: Horror, Unsolved Mysteries, Black and White, Nightmare Fuel
  • Portfolio:
  • Allies: Gordon Freeman, The Ghostbusters, Mystery Inc., Sam and Dean Winchester, The Ghost Stories Cast, Nate Adams, The Question
  • Enemies and/or Those that they're also heavily interested in covering:
  • Opposed by: The Silencerz, The Men in Black, The SCP Foundation, The Global Occult Coalition, XCOM, The Black Ops
  • Oppose: Kenji Setou
  • Established in September of 2015, the Bedtime Stories crew uploaded their first video in January of 2017, which covered The Unsolved Mystery of the disappearance of 3 lighthouse keepers at Flannan Isle off Scotland. Unlike most other channels that focused on the same topics, theirs was unique in that, instead of simply narrating throughout the video, it was instead accompanied with Deliberately Monochrome images of the titular island as well as the lighthouse keepers in question.
  • Their members are, in order: Richard While, the Narrator, Mikey Turcanu, the artist, George Foster, the website editor, and Simon Andrews, the primary writer.
  • Another thing that set them apart from similar Youtube channels was their emphasis on Maybe Magic, Maybe Mundane, where rational explanations were given alongside several of the more outlandish or interesting theories for a mystery. One of the best examples of this is the episode focusing on Flight 19, which disappeared in The Bermuda Triangle. Unlike most other depictions of the incident, which often featured wild conspiracies ranging from being unwitting Dimensional Travelers to being the victims of Alien Abduction, they took a far more mundane and rational take, where Lt. Taylor had mistaken a set of islands for the Florida Keys, and ended up becoming an Unwitting Instigator of Doom by having his men run out of fuel over water and be lost to the sea.
  • Ultimately, this new storytelling technique would pay off, as subsequent videos and topics began to look and sound far scarier, with the artwork improving gradually. All the while their views and subscriber count increased, with many saying that they're far better in telling these stories than most other, similar channels.
  • At first focusing mostly on the supernatural and the paranormal, they gradually branched out into other, no less nightmarish, topics, ranging from Nazi superscience or their research into the occcult, to more mundane Serial Killers or disappearances.
  • Among the most famous (or infamous, if we're really being specific here) unsolved mystery cases they have covered include: The Men in Black, the aforementioned Disappearance of Flight 19 in The Bermuda Triangle, purported Wendigo sightings, and the mysterious sinking of the SS Ourang Medan.
  • Their ascension is rather uneventful, with the four of them being on Earth one minute, and then ending up in the Pantheon in another. Almost as if they were Dimensional Travelers, not unlike The Man from Taured...
  • Not long after their ascension, they begin coming across some of the very creatures they have covered in their videos, most notably the Wendigo, which promptly begins attacking them. Thankfully, they're saved by members of the SCP Foundation, who immediately recapture the escaped beast. Unfortunately, they're then held captive by them for a time due to them knowing about their existence. When the Foundation members realize that they're harmless, they let them go.
  • Despite opposing their activities in inadvertently exposing the existence of aliens, Agents K and J come to find their take on The Men in Black to be pretty amusing. The Crew themselves are rather surprised that they're rather chill people to be around with. Rather than neuralyze them, they opt to let them continue narrating their take on their organization.
  • Members of XCOM, upon getting hold of their videos on aliens, are surprised with their rather thorough attention to detail. It culminates to the point where their members interrogate the Crew for intel on the alien encounters that took place during The Vietnam War.
  • Other organizations, such as The Silencerz, aren't exactly happy with the risk of being exposed by the Crew, and subsequently begin watching over them with their X-88 recon drones as well as Silencerz cars stalking their headquarters on occasion. This doesn't go completely unnoticed, as the Crew at one point witness a seemingly-ordinary sedan morph into a silver and purple car, then vanish from plain sight not long after. It ultimately backfires for the Silencerz, when the Crew begin researching on their known appearances in the Pantheon. Thankfully for the organization, there isn't enough information to confirm this existence, and so the episode covering them ends on a rather ambiguous note.
    • With their video covering the Silencerz proving to be a hit, they decide to make a follow-up video on their Arch-Enemy, the Racing Drones. This time, they do manage to very much confirm the Drones' existence, with them providing theories as to their origins.
  • With a ton of new potential topics to cover in the Pantheon, they decide to start by covering supernatural or paranormal creatures lurking within the Pantheon, starting with Spooky and the Specimens. It...goes surprisingly well, thanks in part to them choosing to research about them from deities who have already encountered her and her minions, rather than going to the Haunted House where she resides in. And not long after, their video on her becomes a hit, with 100k views in less than a week. And unlike their previous videos, the Crew presented evidence that undoubtedly proved the beings' existences.
  • Eventually, the Crew discover the existence of an entire House dedicated to Extraterrestrials. Unsurprisingly, they decide to cover some of the more mysterious and/or hostile cases. From a distance of course, as they're all Genre Savvy enough to know the fates of many of the people they have covered. Given that among their number are The Combine, who also have allies in the form of ADVENT from other houses, this was probably a good move.
  • Following up on their coverage of Spooky, they eventually discover the House of Undead, which excites the Crew even more. Of the sub-houses, they take the most interest in Ghosts, due to already having covered numerous hauntings in previous videos, as well as the aforementioned Spooky. Unlike their previous ventures, they actually visit this particular sub-house in person, thanks in part to many of the deities there being good-aligned.
  • When not covering ghosts or aliens, they cover Serial Killers in detail. Jack the Ripper earns most of their attention, mostly due to this case being one of the unsolved mysteries out there. Other killers that they plan on covering include the infamous Hannibal Lecter and Manny Pardo, the latter of whom would probably enjoy the renewed infamy given that he's an Attention Whore.
  • Another set of topics they've also extensively covered include Sea Monsters, Sinking Ship Scenarios, Ghost Ships, and other related maritime tragedies. With the Pantheon being as massive as it is, there is, again, no shortage of things for the Crew to cover.
    • On one hand, there's creatures such as the Lagiacrus and the Plesioth, sea monsters known for sinking ships deliberately. Given that they've covered similar creatures in a previous episode of theirs, it was a spectacle for them to witness firsthand just how powerful and majestic they were up close.
    • Davy Jones and the Flying Dutchman are also very much in the Crew's spotlight. Given that their ships are inspired by the Flying Dutchman legends, which they have yet to cover, this makes a lot of sense.
  • Are rather surprised that many of the Nazi wonderweapons that they've covered in their videos are actually Real After All here in the Pantheon. Rather than getting this information firsthand, they learn all of this from OSS operatives like Lt. Karl Fairburne and Lt. Mike Powell, who are all too happy to give them declassified information of several now-realized Nazi projects. The only Nazi deity who's even willing to approach the Bedtime Stories Crew is Rudolf von Stroheim, who tells the Crew about Nazi Generals such Heinz Bohm and Johann Schmidt, who have developed Super Prototype heavy bombers capable of feats considered impossible for their time. The Crew, understandably, are quite shocked, given that the capabilities of the Valkyrie and the Horten Ho.XVIII make the Junkers Ju 390 look normal by comparison.
  • In addition, they've also covered the Imperial Japanese Army at one point, specifically how a battalion of 500 Japanese were mysteriously killed in a swamp off the Burmese coast. Hearing about Metallia, The Swamp Witch, attacking both American Marines and Japanese soldiers venturing into a certain swamp has the Crew decide to make a follow-up video to the aforementioned one. In keeping with the themes of some of their previous videos, this follow-up slash sequel is called "There is Something In The Swamp".
  • On the side, they also decide to make alliances with other good or neutral aligned deities who are also experts in the supernatural and paranormal. It ultimately ends in...mixed results, to say the least. While some like Mystery Inc. do prove to be trustworthy allies who also help debunk for them several mysteries while also giving them some valuable topics to cover, others, such as the Ghost Stories Cast, aren't so helpful, to say the least.
    • The Winchester Brothers, meanwhile, are more than happy to give them more material to work with, even introducing them to some of their Angel allies.
    • The Crew as a whole also form a friendship with The Question, a fellow Conspiracy Theorist. Unlike Kenji Setou, his sources are more reliable and often have good reasoning to them. It's mainly from him, in fact, that they got their information regarding the Silencerz from.
    • Nate Adams, despite being a relatively average young boy, manages to gain the interest of the Crew after telling them about the Yōkai, something that they have yet to cover in their videos. It also helps that they have yet to cover supernatural stories from Japan, The Man from Taured notwithstanding.
  • Are rather opposed to taking sources from one Kenji Setou. The latter, having watched several of their videos, often takes the time to email them about a "Feminist Conspiracy" happening. Of course, Rich and the others do not take him seriously, and eventually stop replying and block him altogether.
  • When the rest of the crew are not covering their usual topics for upcoming videos, Rich takes the time to explore the Pantheon. Eventually, he comes across Gordon Freeman. Having been a huge fan of the original game where Freeman debuted in, he becomes overjoyed that his hero from his younger days is now real. On the flipside, he isn't exactly thrilled about the existence of The Combine, the Headcrabs, the HECU, and the Black Ops being in the Pantheon as well. In particular, the Black Ops now want the Bedtime Stories Crew silenced for knowing too much.
  • After all is said and done, the Crew come to a brilliant realization: since they've pretty much vanished off the face of the Earth and somehow ended up in Another Dimension, they can now do a video on themselves. And so, the Crew get to work, making brief biographies of thesmelves while recounting how they mysteriously ended up Trapped in Another World. It, like most of their videos beforehand, ends with Richard While's now iconic narration.

Rich: "So what are we to make of the Bedtime Stories Crew's disappearance and subsequent ordeal in the Pantheon? Is it just some elaborate hoax conjured up by some guy on the internet? Is there some truth to the whole account? Or, is it a little bit of both? Unfortunately, thanks to the ambiguity and suddenness of their disappearance, as well as the lack of credible sources regarding to their fates and subsequent accounts, we may sadly never know the answer."

Special Thanks to: Several Tropers
Written by: Simon Andrews
Narrated by: Richard While
Artwork: Mikey Turcanu
Animation: Richard While
Research: Simon Andrews
Edited and Produced by: Richard While
Music by: Kevin MacLeod

See you soon...

"Bedtime Stooooories..."

    Doki Doki Literature Club 

WARNING: "This profile is not suitable for children or those who are easily disturbed."

The Doki Doki Literature Club, Goddesses of Surprising Creepiness (DDLC)
From left to right: Sayori, Yuri, Monika, Natsuki
  • Quasideities, though Monika was an Overdeity in her domain, but is only a Demigoddess now in the Pantheon. What applies to Monika also applies to Sayori.
  • Symbol: A book with a heart on it interspersed with glitches, blood, and other grisly imagery.
  • Theme Song: Doki Doki Literature Club!, Okay, Everyone! and Dreams of Love and Literature
  • Alignment: Neutral Good as a whole (with bouts of Chaotic Neutral for Yuri), and Monika was actually Neutral Evil, but is True Neutral now, and might be verging on Chaotic Good if a certain, important message is to be believed
  • Portfolio: Moe, Surprise Creepy, No Fourth Wall, Psychological Horror, Ominous Visual Glitch
  • Domains: Cuteness, Literature, Horror, Romance, Meta
  • Herald: DDLC's Main Character
  • High Priests: The Squiddles
  • Allies: Each other. (except for Monika, where it's complicated, however after their encounter with Baldi, tensions between the group are a bit better), Twilight Sparkle, Papyrus
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Kyubey, Spooky, the Narrator, Baldi, Tomie (especially for Yuri)
  • Special Relationship: (Insert Name Here)
  • Pities: Stanley
  • Opposes:
  • Opposed By: The Katawa Shoujo girls
    • Monika: kids (especially Dipper and Mabel Pines), and those who are easily frightened, though through no fault of their own.
  • In an oddly clean part of the House of Fear, anyone who enters their temple will see a computer with a video game that starts with a warning screen about the experience being not for children or for those easily disturbed. Whoever plays the game is then thrusted into the shoes of an unseen protagonist joining a literature club with a bunch of cute girls at a Japanese-style high school. The computer has different profiles so that anybody who plays has their own personal playthrough.
    • One day, however, something extraordinary happened. While (Insert Name Here) and Anonymous were tinkering with the game files on search of clues on Project Libitina, a stray bolt of lightning from Discord that was deflected by whoever he was fighting with struck this temple, zapping the computer and its occupants (non-fatally somehow). Because it was Chaos Magic, it opened a portal from its screen and its four characters popped out and onto INH and Anon. Thankfully, neither of them came out to be Accidental Perverts since both were female at the moment. Also, the computer got busted beyond repair.
    • After everybody got on their feet, as soon as Natsuki and Yuri pulled themselves together, they instantly made to assault Monika for all the things she did to them, hearing of them from Sayori after their Golden Ending, and Monika would take them as she felt she deserved it, but they we're blocked by INH and Anon, giving a chance for and telling Monika to explain herself, which she did.
    • After explaining how she came to be aware of her world, her jealousy for not being canonically available as a love interest in the game, and how she came to realize the folly of her actions, everybody came to realize something else; while Sayori and the others came from the "happy ending" where Sayori says goodbye and thanks the player for helping everyone by Save Scumming to take all the available paths, Monika is from where the player didn't, and upon discovering the same things she did, her game's Sayori grew possessive and would've repeated the same behaviours Monika did, and Monika—seeing no happiness in that path—decided to delete everything as a Mercy Kill, and Anonymous corroborated it with a copy of her final letter to them in that path.
    • Once everything has been cleared up, being the new Club President, Sayori had the final verdict for Monika's fate: believing her story, and and feeling for what she went through, it was decided that Monika stay in the club, though no longer as the Club President. Yuri decided to trust that Sayori knows what she's doing, whereas Natsuki huffed, commenting that if it's true that the Pantheon at large knew of Monika's actions, their reception of her would be punishment enough. Monika accepted the terms, knowing it will take a long time to earn their friendship once more after what she did.
  • Applies to the club as a whole or two or three of its members:
    • After it was made obvious that their temple now held the game's four characters in the flesh, the Club's temple was revamped accordingly, with a main club room, and hallways leading to their bedrooms. And then, their Literature Club was opened once more, with Sayori as the new Club President, Yuri as the Club Vice President, Monika as an "Advisor", and Natsuki as a Senior Member. And this time, they found to their surprise that there were actual members signing up, some just to see the girls (even with full knowledge of Monika's sins), and some for actual literature. That said, it just doesn't feel the same without their original love interest, (Insert Name Here), whose escapades in the Pantheon don't permit them to stay with the Club for long.
    • Without the game keeping her from having a chance, Monika has now joined in the rivalry for INH's affections with the rest of the club members.
    • There is another Literature Club in the Pantheon under the House of Narrative, but those aren't exactly looking for new members, given they have other concerns.
    • Ever the book lover, Twilight Sparkle was one of the first applicants for the club. While her poem proficiency is remarkable (given the nature of musical numbers), she does veer a little to the academic. And given her and her friends' track record in terms of redeeming villains, she's willing to give even Monika a chance.
    • As a side effect of their method of ascension, not only do Monika and Sayori no longer have their domain-modifying powers (though their Medium Awareness still remains), the traits she tampered with linger in Natsuki and Yuri, though the effects on the latter are more apparent in the form of an increased obsession with self-harm and knife obsession.
    • A lot of the mean-spirited gods like to make jokes to the girls about unfortunate events that happened to them while they were mortal (ie "How's it hanging?", "Knife to see ya!", and "You look like you've got a crick in your neck.") It offends them greatly given Monika was responsible for these, she and Sayori have told the other two, and the ex-Club President doesn't like being continually reminded of her sins and often comes to the defense of the offended.
    • Many deities with abusive parents, depression, self-harm, or any combination of the three reach out to most of the girls that are in the club. Natsuki, Sayori, and Yuri appreciate their kindness and love.
    • The club have specific favorites when they play Super Smash Bros. Melee. Yuri mains Marth, Natsuki prefers Pikachu, Sayori likes all the characters but would choose Yoshi, while Monika sticks with Fox.
    • Knowing what it's like to be stuck in a game's storyline, the girls pity Stanley's situation and oppose the Narrator (especially Monika, who had been denied the chance to be a Love Interest until she forced her game to and sees his attempts to deny choice reprehensible). That said, the fact that the Narrator himself is just another puppet in his game does give them conflicting opinions.
    • Both Sayori and Yuri got to meet Simon Henriksson, another teenager who may be even more messed up than both girls combined. Like Sayori, he suffers from depression and also committed suicide at certain points in his story because of his fragile state of mind while he also has a cutting problem like Yuri. They have asked him how he coped with both his mental health and disability but hesitated to tell them to follow his treatment. God knows what would happen if they also write a book that would trap them in their own mind like Simon did.
    • As another deity who is an expert in Surprise Creepy antics, the girls really did their best to steer clear of Baldi whenever possible. Unfortunately, this ended up in vain as Baldi managed to find them during a club meeting during school and forced them to answer his questions, including an impossible third one. In an effort to save the girls, Monika decided to answer the question herself to have the other girls escape as Baldi focused on just her. While no one else besides Monika and Baldi knows what happened next, the results of this action did end with the other three girls antagonizing her less and acting more friendly towards her.
  • Exclusive to just Monika:
    • Due to its odd reputation, the Literature Club has its fair share of enemies, back when it was still a simple temple with a computer game. The Katawa Shoujo girls don't like them because high schools like where they came from shouldn't be horrifying. Kids and skittish people throughout the Pantheon are all scared to death of the place. Dipper and Mabel in particular are uneasy about it due to a similar situation happening to their mortal friend Soos. Speaking of Monika, Ashi attacked her on sight over what she did to Sayori and Yuri. The young woman was restrained by other Pantheon members due to their fear of how Monika might retaliate, which is none since she no longer has those powers
      • After finding that out, she settled with a death threat once she managed to corner her, though Monika taking the threat seriously without any fear (aside from the logical one that comes from being confronted by an ex-assassin) or panicked self-justification quelled Ashi's resolution for the briefest of moment before leaving her be with her haunting words.
      • Of course, with the changes, some of said people who didn't like them have come to the club, leaving their contempt to just Monika as they stay away from her, and express their pity for the other girls. The easily frightened people still stay away from the club though due to their fear of Monika.
    • When offered to join the Yandere Squad, Monika refused for two reasons. 1) She didn't believe that she was doing anything wrong at the time and 2) While she's escaped the confines of the Literature Club, she's rather remorseful over what she's done and refuses to associate with them.
    • Her encounter with Ashi left her with a crisis of faith in regards to her redemption, and these doubts formed into her Shadow at the TV World. Since Yu was at the club at the time, they were able to talk and he managed to sense her problem. One trip there later with the Investigation Team, she faced her past, was able to accept it and move on, and though no Persona was granted, she still got a card to commemorate this, and was thankful to the Team for helping her.
    • Flowey and Monika meet with each other every so often. The two have told each other about the lives they had before ascending to the Pantheon, and as a result, have found some similarities in their experiences. It's claimed they also seem to enjoy exchanging ideas about spooky faces that they can pull off to scare the crap out of people. In reality, though, Flowey pities Monika for what she suffered through, which sort of mirrored the time-loop he first woke up in as Flowey, and he can see how it's more painful for Monika as Flowey never had as much power over his game as she did over hers, which only made the feeling of powerlessness even worse. Flowey found redemption because he had a real identity prior to his resurrection in a flower that he was restored to (however temporarily) thanks to Frisk, while Monika found it thanks to (Insert Name Here) making her realize what she was doing wrong. Now, Flowey hopes help to her just as Frisk helped him.
      • As a result, she's become a confidant in Flowey's secret, though she's not officially part of the group that also know since 1) (Insert Name Here) is among them and things are weird between them, 2) Frisk has conflicting opinions on Monika, and 3) Sans distrusts her for what she's done and isn't as believing of her redemption as Flowey is. Yet.
      • Having the same fears of being left alone without anyone to play, Monika (and Flowey) were acquainted with White Face. It wanted to relate with her on the sense that they were obssessed with the player character and tried anything to keep them with them forever, but ultimately were both were deleted from the game because of that. But there was a difference between them; White Face never realizes the error of its ways, while Monika does due to lingering in the game somewhat even after her deletion. She doesn't want to be involved with White Face as a result, but she does pity it.
    • One prank onto the club by the Itazura Griefers comes in the form of playing Lou Bega's "Mambo No. 5" in the temple and replacing all the girl names in the song so that only Moni(k)a remains. Everyone can agree it's in poor taste despite being Actually Pretty Funny.
    • Now free from the confines of the game, Monika often takes time to visit the House of Music to practice the piano. Passersby will occasionally hear echoes of a piano in the halls, even though there are no pianos in the club room.
    • Monika is one of the few gods not from real life that has a Twitter account.
  • Exclusive to Sayori:
    • In regards to White Face, one of the "toys" he likes to use is a…noose. Naturally, as a victim of it, Sayori doesn't like that, mostly because to White Face's victims either you are their friend forever or you hang yourself.
    • Sayori can be caught striking up a conversation with Sans, mostly about new comedic routines to cheer their friends up and help stave off their respective existential crises (while the girls are free from their game now, learning that they were game characters at all was still quite the shock, as well as learning what exactly the Trope Pantheons is about). Rumor has it they're going to start a "Stepford Smilers Anonymous Club" for people with similar issues.
      • In regards to Papyrus, he's of course well-liked once everybody got over the shock of his bombastic personality.
    • Sayori is advised against doing any house cleaning; nobody wants another house fire, even though her depression that's the cause of her clumsiness isn't severe anymore.
  • Exclusive to Yuri:
    • Several Knife Nuts took the wrong conclusion upon hearing of her collection of ornate knives. She avoids them at every opportunity.
    • People notice that no matter what Yuri wears, her sleeves are always covered, and that she's insecure about them. Those with special visions to see through them can detect cut wounds…
    • As an avid fan of tea, Yuri frequently visits the Jade Dragon. Iroh has taken a liking to her and often offers her new kinds of tea to enjoy while she reads.
    • Whatever you do, please do not mistake her for a purple-haired boy with the same name as her. It will end badly.
  • Exclusive to Natsuki:
    • Hearing of her cupcakes, Pinkie Pie instantly decided to become friends with Natsuki, though the short girl was initally too overwhelmed by the sight of a (cute!) pony with much more energy than Sayori (and her own share of issues) before giving in to her glurge and reciprocating the friendship.
      • Sometimes, she even goes out with Pinkie to hang out with her other friends and fellow Equestria deities. That said, the CMC's unchildlike behaviour frightens her.note  She's been trying to get the CMC to open up, but is more afraid of what would happen if these knife and gun wielding ponies interacted with Yuri.
    • There was one incident at the club where a Lolranger member (it's at least known that it was a human member) nicked the Ox Talisman from Jade Chan (after she took it from the Treasury again) and gave it to Natsuki, resulting in a sudden buff body, causing quite the uproar and a viral sensation, but Twilight was on hoof to stop any potential extra damage from the former little girl's panic. Of course, there was a high chance it wouldn't have resulted in that at all and just plain give her Super Strength (on top of her already above-normal strength), having done the buff thing only once for Jade, but that would've been just as hilarious. Natsuki later commented that she would've used her buffness to give Monika a scare, but said member wasn't present in the club at the time, and Sayori wouldn't have allowed it.
    • While she still has a manga stash in the club room/temple, it's not that secret anymore since there are more members who support her claim that manga is literature.

    H.P. Lovecraft 
Howard Phillips Lovecraft, God of the Cosmic Horror Story (Abdul Alhazred, Randolph Carter, Master of Nightmares, Lord of Madness, Defiler of Euclid, Scribe of the Necronomicon, Divider of Zero, Black Patriarch of the Internet, and Harbinger of a Thousand Tropes)!.jpg

    Koume Shirasaka 
Koume Shirasaka, Goddess of Light, Fluffy Horrors
Her fantasy self 
  • Theme Song: Chiisana Koi no Misshitsu Jiken and Bloody Festa
  • Quasideity, Lesser in her virtual form
  • Symbol: Her Blood Stained Jacket. Or is it Ketchup?
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good or Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Creepy Child Sometimes, Elegant Gothic Lolita, Telling Ghost Stories, Seeng The Dead, Peek-a-Bangs, Shrinking Violet, Not Use To The Living
  • Domain: Music, Appearance, Fashion
  • Adores: Many Ghosts and Zombies
  • Allies: Ranko Kanzaki, 765 Pro, Johnny Blaze, Tomoko Nozama, The Hunter, Cerberus, Chiya Ujimatsu, Junpei Iori, Danny Fenton
  • Enemies: Spooky, Freddy Krueger, Dark Danny, Hades
  • Koume Shirasaka is a girl who loves gothic culture and horror. She especially adores ghosts and zombies and think the latter's ways of trapping people is cute. Heck, she thinks a perfect day would be a zombie apocalypse. Of course, since her universe is more light hearted, these traits are Played for Laughs. Not only that, it makes her very endearing to many of her fans.
  • Many were surprised that Koume is really good friends with Ranko Kanzaki despite the two having differences in their tastes for horror. In fact, the two formed a unit together called Rosenburg Alptraum. She also one of the few people to understand her chuuni speaks.
  • Was overjoyed to see so many ghosts in the pantheon. Others have said there aren't that many even in the Ghosts subhouse. She then corrected herself and said she was talking about the non-ascended ghosts. Cue massive Oh, Crap! on some of its members.
    • Speaking of Ghosts, Spooky really hates Koume since she thinks all ghosts are cute no matter what they look like. She tried to prove her wrong by putting her in her haunted house. It failed since Koume enjoyed the experience.
  • Is one of the few Gods to be able to tame Cerberus, just by being nice to him. This annoyed Hades very much as her presence lightens the mood of his Underworld.
  • Is hoping one day to own a ghost Pokémon as she enjoy the company of both Gangar, Benette, and Giratina.
    • Eventually, her wish came true, as she and Mimikyu became close partners, with Koume adoring her new adorable partner, and Mimikyu was overjoyed for being loved by a new friend.
  • For some reason, Koume isn't very comfortable around the living deities that aren't her fellow idols or the Producer. Many guess that since she converses with the dead and learned how they died, she lost trust in the living.
    • She did, however, made friends with Tomoko, Chiya and Junpei. The former because of sharing interests that may creep others and having special abilities. For the latter two, it's because of their love of ghost stories.
  • Has set up an avatar to be use in the Virtual World of the pantheon. It's modeled after a spell caster that use shadow magic and can summon monsters that look like horror genre characters.
  • Like ghosts, Koume finds zombies just as adorable. Yes, even Lord Raptor. She even thinks it be cute to raise one. Especially if it's the Producer.
  • While Koume loves horror movies, she's not blind to how evil the antagonists are. That's why she is enemies with Freddy Krueger.
  • Was amazed when she found out about Danny Fenton and that how he is able to to go ghost. She was even more amazed when she heard about the Ghost Zone and Danny did promise to take her there. Also, he had to talk her down in being half ghost.
    • Koume, however, doesn't care about Dark Danny and was horrified at the atrocities he committed.
  • While Koume gets along very well with the 765 Pro idols, she got a bit of a scare thanks to Ami and Mami.
  • Koume, along with Ranko, once cosplayed as Squigly and Bloody Mary. Why? For fun of course.

Marlin, God of Adult Fear ("Marty", "Clown boy", "Mr. Grumpy Gills", "Jellyman", "Mr. Fish")
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: His anemone home
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Going through Adult Fear, lost his wife and all but one of his children to a barracuda, Action Survivor, resistance to jellyfish stings, not a protandrous hermaphrodite, Unintentional In-Universe Memetic Badass on Paper, terrible comedian, Cowardly Lion, Ironic Name, Formerly Meddling And Deconstructed Overprotective Dad, Became More Badass And Cheerful Over Time
  • Domain(s): Clownfish, Fear, Searching, Determination, Fathers
  • Herald: His son, Nemo
  • Allies: Dory, Spongebob Squarepants, Patrick Star, Magikarp, the Ninja Turtles, King Triton, Ariel, Arthur Curry, James Henry Trotter, Courage the Cowardly Dog, The Heroic Protectors Of Family
  • On good terms with: Other overbearing parents/parent figures who eventually grow out of their over-protectiveness, Guthix
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Mr Krabs, Klaus Heissler
  • Enemies: The Child Abuse Supporters, Hexxus
  • Fears: Human deities, Bruce, the Kraken, The Red Gyarados, Lurerre the Abysroid, Ursula
  • Pitied by: Moana
  • Marlin was once a cheerful and optimistic clownfish, joyous at the idea of being a father. However tragedy struck when a barracuda would hunt and kill both his wife and all but one of his eggs. Since then, he's understandably been an Overprotective Dad to his son Nemo, which reached its pique when he was taken by a diver. Along with Dory, Marlin would traverse the ocean to save his son.
  • Gods in Fear experience or represent all sorts of fear, but he stands for the fear of a concerned parent. Your only surviving son being at risk would do that, and has at times thought Nemo died. Over time he's managed to become more happy over time and open about his son's adventurous side. Still he's quite protective, and may have asked for godhood in part to be better at keeping his son safe.
  • Given his species of clownfish, people assume that makes him a comedian. If so, he's really bad at it. It does give him a resistance to poison stings due to living in an anemone, which allowed him to survive his encounter with jellyfish. Still, a lot of the gods in Toxicity overwhelm him. He considers Hexxus an enemy due to how vulnerable pollution is to coral reefs. Also, he is not a protandrous hermaphrodite despite his species.
  • Being a clownfish, he regards humans as terrifying entities he can't comprehend. This fear continues in the Trope Pantheon, despite a number of human deities being aware and understanding of him. His overprotectiveness over his son reminds Moana of her own father's (former) overprotectiveness (especially how he lost a loved one due to a disaster). The clownfish's fear of humans prevent any closer bond, however.
  • Despite his fear of humans, Marlin is able to get along with a few without much problem. He and James Henry Trotter managed to become friends as the two of them overcame their fears, plus James already made good friends with a bunch of bugs like getting along with a fish wasn't that hard for him. As with all sea life, he recognizes Arthur Curry and seems to respect him. The two can relate as Aquaman's son was murdered by Black Manta. He is sad for Guthix due to losing his daughter.
  • A dedicated father, Nemo traveled across the ocean and all the way to Sydney, Australia, to rescue his son. Every good parent is proud of his actions. While most of them were human, he got over his fear of the Heroic Protectors of Family instantly and became a staunch ally of the group. Though it's hard for him to have any enemies, the Child Abuse Supporters are one big exception and they go against everything he stands for.
  • Gets along well with Triton, as they were both overprotective dads which eventually backfired. He was happy to learn that he was in charge of the seas along with Arthur Curry, and has become a friend of Ariel. He is also an ally with the Ninja Turtles due to their knowledge of the sewers, which was an important part of Nemo's plan to escape back into the ocean.
  • Being a small clownfish, he is understandably terrified by the likes of the Red Gyarados, Lurerre, the Kraken and Bruce, along with Ursula. Bruce is still sore about the nicer shark that also goes by Bruce Nemo met. Despite his fear of Gyarados he's fine with Magikarp, due to being low on the food chain and in many ways pitiful.
  • Has some conflicting feelings towards Klaus Heissler. As a man turned goldfish he sympathizes with his position, however considers him a bad influence because of his hedonistic personality. However his position as a former human makes him a bridge between him and humanity in proper, which comes off as useful. Also is conflicted on Mr Krabs, since while he wants to occasionally shout Nemo a Krabby Patty he considers the crab a cheapskate. More amiable with Spongebob and Patrick, who also had their own adventures throughout the seas.
  • His fear and over-protectiveness has manifested as a Shadow in the TV World. Having a Persona to better protect himself from threats sounds like something he could really use. However, there's the little obstacle of the Investigation Team being comprised of humans…but should he manage to overcome enough of his fear to accompany them, he would not only be their smallest client to date, but their first aquatic one. And so far, the team has yet to traverse an underwater dungeon in the TV World.

    Mima Kirigoe 
"Excuse me, who are you?"

Mima Kirigoe, Goddess of Personal Horror (Mima-rin, Yoko Takakura)
  • Rank: Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her own reflection
  • Theme Song: Mima's theme
  • Alignment: True Neutral normally with hints of Neutral Good, but is more Chaotic Neutral internally.
  • Portfolio: Idol Singer Turned Actor, Broke Contractual Purity, dislikes being a celebrity, Victim of Attempted Rape, The Ophelia, Break the Cutie, Sanity Slippage, Having Disturbing Nude Scenes, Action Survivor, Earn Your Happy Ending
  • Domains: Singing, Acting, Insanity, Stalking victims
  • High Priestess: Nina Sayers
  • Allies: Sayaka Maizono, Marion Crane, Miku Izayoi
  • Enemies: The entire House of Tainted Love (barring the good or sympathetic ones), Annie Wilkes, Any rapist and stalker in the Pantheon
  • Pitied by: 765 Pro, μ's, SoLaMi Smile, Rion Kugayama
  • Following the re-release of her story and the Western release of the story that inspired it, many new deities were finally able to view her story personal growth, trauma, and paranoia. It was then decided to give her the trope of Personal Horror due to how it affected her and how she was able to overcome it.
  • Her and her whole story is filled with a lot of Alternative Character Interpretation, with everyone having a different reading of her and her story. Is she actually fine at the end, or has her alternative persona taken over? When did her delusions begin or did they even end? Did she become an actress by her own choice or was she pushed into it being one by her team? For the sake of her sanity and to not repeat what happened to her, nobody has asked.
  • She has several nude scenes in her story, however most deities find these scenes disturbing rather than titillating. Be it due to how they are shown together to blend with scenes of violence or because she gets into more emotional distress because of them. One of the most infamous scenes being a rape scene for the TV show she was on, which is made out to be as realistic and disturbing as possible and is the start of when her psyche would take a massive hit. This scene would later end up being a dark forewarning into what would actually happen to her, as she would end up the victim of nearly being raped and murdered by a Loony Fan. Thankfully, she was able to fight back, and manage to fend off her attacker. Still, the experience has made her make sure she keeps away from any stalker and rapist in the Pantheon.
  • Considering the fact she was almost raped and killed by a Loony Fan, she is directly opposed to Annie Wilkes considering what she did to the Paul Sheldon. She also reminds her of Rumi, her old manager who tried to murder her and take her place as the real Mima.
  • The Story of her High Priestess is in this odd space of being not-quiet a Foreign Retelling and being a Foreign Retelling. For what it's worth, the director owns the right to tell her story, and used a scene straight from her story in one of his earlier works.
  • Gets along well with the other Idol Singers in the Pantheon even though she is from different generation of idols. She glad that μ's were able to stop being idols on their own terms and had the freedom to do what they want as idols, unlike her who is implied in being pressured/forced into becoming an actress by her management team. She's also thankful that 765 Pro actually have a legit nice and sane manager unlike her old manager, she's still a little worried on what will happen to the girls when they get too old to be idols. The younger idols can't help but pity her considering what she went through and how she was mistreated, and how they thankfully never have any run-ins like the ones she went through.
    • Out of all the Idol Singers in the Pantheon she seems to get along and understand Sayaka Maizono the most. This mainly comes from the fact they both have Sanity Slippage based on them not being idols anymore.
    • Another Idol Singer she encountered was Rion Kugayama, who like her felt stifled by her idol business. However, she conspired to create a scandal by dating somebody like Kou Tokisawa for the sake of publicity. She was horrified that Mima's attempt to break out to more mature roles resulted in much agony for her, and wonders if her scandal might cause some unhinged fans to come after her. Mima reassured her that she was okay, and that she's unlikely to meet any unsavory people thanks to her powers and friends.
    • Another idol singer, Miku Izayoi, took notice of her story and approached her to tell her story; She was an up and coming idol with big, idealistic dreams, until her producer tried to cajol her into having sex with him. When she refused, he then spread nasty rumors about her, which people quickly ate up, ruining her career. When she tried to make a comeback, she began losing her voice. It was only until she gained her spirit powers that she didn't go with committing suicide. Because of this, Miku related to Mima's story, gave her a hug, and told her that she's available if she wants to talk to someone.
  • "I'm the real thing."

    Rosemary Woodhouse 
Rosemary Woodhouse, Patron Saint of Religious Horror (Rosemary Eileen Reilly)


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