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    The Alternates 


The Alternatesnote Members , Unholy Terrors of Analog Horror (Fucking Bastard [To N, by Mark Heathcliff], This Thing [By Thatcher Davis], the Intruder [To 6], Friend [To Stanley])
More clear view of "Gabriel" 
6's Intruder form 
6's Jonny The Cat disguise 
Vol. 4 6/Stanley 
Thatcher's Stalker 
The Preacher 
The Preacher's nun disguise 
Flawed "Cesar" 

  • Greater God to Overdeity for "Gabriel", Intermediate God for a lone Alternate and 6, Lesser God for Stanley and Overdeities as a whole.
  • Symbol: Their true "face", a completely pitch black featureless head except two eyes resembling human ones.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Being creatures who will screw your mind up and toss it into shredder metaphorically just by directly interacting with them, ALL of them being evil, Torture your mind heavily by telling you truths about existence that you should not know, Being defacto-demons and Satan posing as humans and an angel, Shapeshifting by choice to mimic humans, Killing and replacing the people they mimic, Sometimes failing at pretending to be humans.
  • Domains: Shapeshifting, Deceit, Insanity, Torture
  • Allies: The Impostors among the Crewmates, Chernabog, Damien Thorn, Dis
  • Enemies: Jebus, YHVH, Carrion, House of Machinery and Technology itself alongside its inhabitants, the Subhouse of Angels
  • Feared by: The Crewmates, Rosemary Woodhouse, Lucifer (Pony Island)
  • Annoys: Kevin McCallister (6 only)
  • Looks down on (N only): The Oni, The Thing
  • Student: Nothing There
  • Complicated Relationship: Sr Pelo
  • Person of interest (The Preacher only): Kiara Sessyoin
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Melkor, most Satans
  • Herald: Adam Murray who might be an alternate himself.
  • A beautiful temple would suddenly appear in the House of Dread and Valor. Even with its promising appearance, three generic adventurers were sent in like always. They found that the temple belonged to...Gabriel?! But didn't he have another one? Somewhere more fitting? The adventurers backed away slowly, but then the gate slammed shut. Oh no, no, no, this was very clearly a trap. Gabriel would keep on making demands, harsh and irrational ones that the real deal would never make. After a bit, he paused. He said new creatures will enter the Pantheon, ones that won't be noticed. The adventurers used that time to bust through the gate with the gear they were given and escape. Outside the temple, the gods asked them about what was inside. "There was a person who pretended to be Gabriel!" One of them said. "And they made odd requests too." Another one added. The other two agreed and supported their accounts.
  • The Alternates are entities from the biblical times, the destroyers of God's message. Satan took upon the form of Gabriel, attempted to manipulate Noah then killed him once he did not submit. And from that day on, the Alternates and "Gabriel"(the new name Satan had took up as a mockery of the original) have manipulated, killed and strayed humans away from God using their shape shifting and deception. Along the way, a few of them had made names for themselves, one who was known for stalking a man named Thatcher along with racking up quite the kill count, a stealthy undisguised Alternate named N that attacks from the shadows, the imposters simply going by "Cesar" and "Woman". On top of that, some entities have decided to help the Alternates. Stanley, a being that exists in the realm of TV, being able to create Alternates out of children's imaginations and 6, a technology manipulating monster that can move and tamper through any electronic device. Said 6 also has an Alternate lackey of his own, nicknamed the Preacher which is supposed to look like a nun...but failed. Either way, the Preacher is sent to 6's targets to drive them insane.
  • As soon as Jebus had found out about the existence of the Alternates, he was cross. In his rage, he immediately attacked the temple that belonged to the Alternates. Busting down the gates, he'd come shooting everything in the room, making sure anything that was hiding in the darkness was not going to escape his divine wrath. He put up a great fight, showing no fear or hesitance at all when facing them, slicing them down despite any form they took. But unfortunately, due to their nature and the Pantheon being capable of reviving deities, he almost always fails in his crusades and is defeated. Each time when Jebus returns from a visit to the temple of Analog Horror, he must be checked thoroughly for any signs of M.A.D or being an Alternate. They don't want a repeat of that incident again when an Alternate got ahold of the halo Jebus uses...
  • The aliens masquerading as Crewmates running the Skeld respect the Alternates, being very similar creatures who are arguably more successful in their task. They've collaborated with the monstrosities of Mandela County, letting them join them in pretending to be Crewmates and sabotaging the ship, much to the dismay of the real Crewmates. Fortunately, when a Crewmate ejects themself out of the spaceship it is very clear who they are dealing with...which causes utter panic and mayhem in the ship. Some gods have admitted loving to watch the Crewmates frantically try to find out who the Alternate is as they have chaotic arguments, all while the alien Impostors kill in the background.
  • Nothing There has disturbingly begun meeting the Alternates. The creature, as soon as it detects an Alternate in its vicinity goes silent each time an Alternate approaches it. These "meetings" happen weekly, with them consisting of unintelligible noises, with a few blurts of "hi", "greetings", "how are you" and such in different voices from both creatures. Some who have observed this have advised interrupting these meetings, afraid that the Alternates were teaching the creature how to behave and talk like a human. Those requests turned into demands once they heard the Alternate side of the conversation utter "smart". But ever since a lesson was thwarted, it is much rarer to find Nothing There and an Alternate together. Some fear that the lessons are now private. The other notable thing that might be Alternate-related is that each time when Nothing There escapes, there's always someone nearby, yelling and whistling that Nothing There stays close to yet avoids.
  • There is a strong hatred between YHVH and the Alternates. He hates how the Alternates have butchered and thrown their Earth into chaos, as the government attempts to cover it up. Couple that with the fact that they also destroyed their version of God's message, and you got one strong burning hatred. The Alternates on the other hand are cocky and frequently mock Him, especially "Gabriel", the one YHVH hates the most for being Satan himself and pretending to be Gabriel.
  • The Alternates have very much taken advantage of the Mandela Magazine made by Sr Pelo. 6 has spread it around every place with a functioning screen, spreading disinformation about the Alternates intentionally. The less bright gods see the video as an accurate representation of the abominations' nature, and have attempted to defeat them using the methods shown. Let's just say they were surprised when the Alternates were not threatened by guns, be easily scared off, throw them a party or just act zany. They also did not expect that 6 was both the guy in the TV and the pizza delivery man, and the fact that the Preacher is a separate creature. How did the Alternates repay the creator of this video? By tormenting him whilst cornering him in his own temple so he can make more of course! Sr Pelo has now gone insane multiple times and developed a fear of anything being in the dark.
    "I swear, if I see one more dumbass try to poke those things in the eyes, I'm gonna freak." - Sr Pelo upon witnessing Skid, Pump and Ooga Booga all meet their fate in a row after poking N in the eyes.
  • Carrion has had some run-ins with Alternates before. It was confused by the M.A.D effect they had, which made it more paranoid, insane, along with being aware of [REDACTED]. The Monster preferred to steer clear of the Alternates' path after failing to consume them, and can be found attempting to consume various gods which could be deemed "resistant" to the Alternates' ability to inflict M.A.D upon their victims. Though, it is unknown if Carrion holds any negative feelings towards the demons, or just trying to consume them as a part of its endless desire to eat. But considering how there is a possibility it gains the desire of whatever it consumes, some believe that it may become much more sinister than it already is if it actually succeeded in consuming an Alternate...
  • Upon learning of the Alternates and how the one on the top was Satan, Rosemary feared them, scared of her having to go through being raped by Satan again. The Alternates knew of this and took great advantage of it. Constantly knocking on her door while yelling at her in the voice of her husband Guy, silently and sneakily cornering her in the middle of the night whilst leading her to believe it was simply claustrophobia, randomly having faces of the cultists while watching her from the dark, and finally, showing up right in front of her and pinning her down off long periods of time. What results is not rape, but Woodhouse offing herself due to being inflicted with M.A.D. After each death, the cycle restarts. But Rosemary has noticed this, and, while extremely paranoid like Alternates want her to be, she usually has decently powered god guarding her from them. Though this doesn't always work out, considering how the Alternates are known to be stealthy.
  • Some have suspicions that Stanley and 6 are one in the same, both having some level of power over technology. After a new tape was discovered, titled "Vol. 4", it seems like this theory holds some weight. At the very least, 6 could be copying Stanley every once in a while...or Stanley being much, much more deformed and disgusting than what meets the eye. Stanley and 6 both deny this, but it could easily be taken as 6 trying to keep up his ruse. Either way, they both are working to the same goal and it wouldn't matter much if they were the same.
  • Chernabog and the Alternates seem to get along well, as well as two aggressive evil forces can be together. "Gabriel" has allowed Chernabog to command the lower Alternates on occasion, but this permission usually doesn't last long as Chernabog always attempts to kill a few Alternates to permanently make them his minions, which he fails to do so. Despite that, they still work together as to go on with their plans to defeat common enemies. Sometimes "Gabriel" rewards Chernabog some souls of those who have succumbed to M.A.D, but other than that, they're partnership is purely professional. The Alternates themselves who are commanded by Chernabog usually do not mind, but when the lord of darkness gets a bit hostile, they are not afraid to fight back.
  • The Alternates have spoke a bit with Melkor and Damien Thorn. While they rarely get to meet due to the fact that the Alternates are usually never seen in broad daylight, when they do, it becomes a meeting of planning whatever the most evil, dastardly, and destructive thing man could not even comprehend. Whilst the lesser Alternates just sit back, make a few comments here and there, "Gabriel" and 6 frequently as the ones making plans. Despite Melkor's status, "Gabriel" shows absolutely no fear when talking back to him, overturning his demands, and mock him. This usually results in the conversations becoming quite heated, with the two threatening to kill each other. Damien Thorn on the other hand seems to be perfectly calm and fine when talking to his kin, even when in serious danger over some small dispute. Whether it be the fact that most of the Alternates are technically his siblings, that he has enough entities to defend him, or something else is unknown. Whatever it is, the talks are sometimes unsuccessful, but still yield some worth assuming that it's the reason as to why they keep happening.
  • The various Satans of the Pantheon find "Gabriel" extremely hard to work with, seeing as how he keeps on insulting them, making fun of them, and constantly shoving his victory over God in their faces. While "Gabriel" does refrain sometimes such as when interacting with Dis, he is an absolute jackass when speaking to other Satans such as the one that lost paradise, or Lucifer. Whilst they do tolerate him most do the time (most of them learned the hard way that they did NOT enjoy being flooded with Alternates), he does sometimes get his face (when he has one) bashed in. Even then, they still work together due to the fact that, admittedly, "Gabriel" is very helpful.
  • Poor Lucifer is the absolute laughing stock to the Alternates. They don't even drive him insane, they just mercilessly bully him. The game designing demon is constantly kicked around, laughed at, and essentially treated like living garbage. Some say that "Gabriel"'s laugh in Vol. 4 is actually taken from the audio of when he saw Lucifer for the first time and not his actual laugh at the time. Lucifer is afraid to even leave his temple now while the Alternates out, fearing what they may do to him.
  • The house of Machinery and Technology try their very hardest to keep the Alternates at bay, due to their ability to tamper with modern technology. They install brand new and specialized firewalls and anti viruses, hire moderators and admins, and the like just to make sure not a single Alternate gets in and screws the whole damn place up. Even the house itself seems to be hostile to them, trying it's very best to obstruct their movement within it. The few times when an Alternate has managed to get in have resulted in the whole place going haywire until someone manages to kick the demon out.
  • The inhabitants of the subhouse of Angels are swift and powerful when it comes to taking down an Alternate. As soon as one enters the area, they are immediately met by a barrage of holy thunder. When an Alternate does seem to manage to evade their attacks, each deity is inspected to see if they still have a holy aura (except the Satan there, of course), and if not, are immediately attacked. Some believe that this is simply them protecting their territory. Some believe this is done out fear that that the Alternates will take over the house just like they did with earth.
  • "Gabriel" only:
    • When "Gabriel" found out that the another, not dead Gabriel was in the Pantheon, he prepared to defeat him and take on his identity. Little did he know that Gabriel himself also knew a little trickery... most of the times when "Gabriel" attempts to kill Gabriel, he is met with a rebuttal of his own medicine, deception. Heck, after one of the many battles "Gabriel" and Gabriel had, Gabriel proceeded to take on "Gabriel"'s identity and ruled the Alternates a bit, having some fun making them unwittingly walk into doom or take on disguises which could be easily foiled. Though there are a few times where "Gabriel" somehow succeeds, the deities always watch him very closely, waiting for a too sinister of a trick or too many pranks involving near-perfect disguises.
      "Gabriel": I know what you love, I know what you fear.
      Gabriel: Oh, so you must know that my greatest fear is having that haircut. Gabriel points at "Gabriel"'s head.
    • Archangel Micheal was extremely furious upon finding out about the Alternates. The ones he hates the most is "Gabriel". Satan wearing the skin of his fellow angel, Gabriel. He was even more enraged upon hearing about all the atrocities "Gabriel" did, such as murdering the real angel, subjecting Jesus to a Fate Worse than Death and ruining God's message. That said, "Gabriel" knows well to avoid Micheal, but still frequently taunts him. He does occasionally make attempts to kill him, though he fails most of the time due to the support Micheal has from others, and even if he does, he does not find Micheal dead for long (in his perception of time at least. You'd be surprised by how little a few years are to beings his age) because of the House of Life and Vitality. But other than that, "Gabriel" is simply another monster that Archangel Micheal hates more than average.
    • When the Alternates had found about Noah, they were surprised. Even more, when they found out he was a healthy strong man. "Gabriel" took the most interest, considering the fact that he was the only one of the group to have ever met Noah. He frequently comes to deceive him, knowing how he still has influence in the Trope Pantheon. He can much more easily give him M.A.D compared to the Noah of their world due to the fact that this Noah isn't exactly sane. When "Gabriel" succeeds, Noah frequently preaches on twisted versions of the Bible, Torah and Quran. Though, the Pantheon usually quickly catches on and attempts to help him regain his sanity. When Noah isn't affected by M.A.D, he openly denounces the Alternates. But every night, he still checks under his bed for "Gabriel" in fear that he was waiting to pounce and drive him insane.
  • 6 only:
    • The Intruder is permanently banned from the house of Childhood and Adolescence, considering his history of abducting thousands of children within short amounts of time. It doesn't help that his favorite method is something kids sit in front of a lot, TV. Special security measures were placed just because of him, purposefully low-tech and primitive ways of stopping him stretch across the halls of Child Archetypes and Child Behavior. There is a "TV break time" each day, which is made to make sure 6 cannot enter children's temples when he is active. As soon as Kevin had found out about the Intruder, he was not afraid, begging the Intruder to come after him. The older gods, those who have seen what 6 does without being at risk, keep on telling that 6 is not like what he faced before. This annoys the boy, wanting to move freely. He appreciates the ingenuity that goes into the specialized traps though, and has helped in making a few of them.
  • N only:
    • The Thing is considered a "weak, deformed pitiful failure" by the Alternates, more specifically the one who encountered it. When it first made contact with them, it was with an N, hiding in the darkness of the Thing's temple. One would assume that the Thing would've immediately absorbed him, but nothing like that. All it resulted in was the poor Thing gnawing and clawing at N, only to be met with strong hit to one of its vitals each time. Once the Thing had enough and couldn't continue, N left the area, deeming the Thing not worth impersonating. The Thing did follow N, but they quickly turned into a wolf and ran near the house of Demons so the Thing would instantly be incinerated while N would be left alone by those who do not care for wolves or know their true demonic nature. Some are disturbed by this encounter, if the Thing can't absorb an Alternate, then what the heck is an Alternate made up of?
    • The Oni, while it hunts in a similar to manner to N's, N looks down open it because "it still reeks of Man". When they first met, they immediately slammed into each other. The result was simply the Oni ramming into N, who would only whisper a few words, causing the abomination to go insane and promptly kill itself. N on the other hand was unscathed. It did take some notes though, interested in how the Oni managed to hide in places that were near impossible to even be in. Considering how the Alternates may or may not have less or more dimensions than 3, some have became paranoid that an Alternate can now be hiding anywhere. Some gods have brushed it off, claiming that the Oni is still manageable and that the Alternates are already damn near undetectable, being able to hide in plain sight somehow without disguises, so there is no point in worrying in their opinion.
  • Stanley only:
    • The imaginary group of friends of the Pantheon once saw Stanley as a promising, great ally who just wanted kids to experience happiness. Oh how far it was from the truth, they still think about how Stanley even gained their trust when he made abominations that took children's lives. Stanley, however seems to be blind to this hatred and keeps on trying to befriend them. His show is constantly airing around them, the same prerecorded words played with a few differences. It has gotten to the point that all of them, Bloo, Wilt, Eduardo and Coco just immediately ring a bell to tell either Durkon Thundershield or Sonia Strumm to shut it off.
    • He frequently has "crossover episodes" with SCP-993 and Pennywise. Pennywise usually is an actor in the episodes, while Stanley or Bobble host it depending on who's show the episode is on. They teach the secrets of existence, the torture of the damned within hell, the gruesome tragedies of war, and other wonderful things of the world! Pennywise gives the kids a good scare and a lesson about safety whilst walking alone outside late at night. "Remember to run in a straight line when being chased. Throw your phone away so you attacker will pick it up instead of chase you and go back home to use it for their own purposes. Once you do that, stand very, very, very still." What great advice. They are currently trying to start a GoFundMe to broadcast a new show where there great adventures, life lessons, and messages will be spread around the Trope Pantheons!
  • The Preacher only:
    • Despite its appearance, the Preacher is meant to be copying a nun. At least it's trying to. When it reached the Trope Pantheons, it wanted to get a good idea of what the local nuns were so it could kill them and and attempt to take up their identities. Let's just say it was very, very, very confused upon encountering Kiara. To it, she was no nun. But after watching and stalking her had slowly learned that she was demonic. This sparked some interest, not a sexual one, but a malevolent one. To the Preacher, Kiara would be an easy target, and a convenient one too. Not much restrictions, and no holy attitude to take up (what qualifies as "holy" the to the Preacher is definitely not Kiara). Add that with the many other deities she lures in using would be very easy to drive many, many people more insane than they usually become when following Kiara. Kiara herself on the other hand has little to no knowledge about the Preacher, mistaking it for yet another admirer from afar in the rare occasions she would even notice it. She has tried to approach the creature various times, but all it resulted in was it disappearing. The Preacher, as of now, is simply waiting for the right chance. For Kiara's sex cult to reach its peak, so it can mold it into an even more twisted version of itself that furthers the Alternates' plans.
  • Thatcher's Stalker only:
    • Interestingly, and perhaps unfortunately, the Slenderman itself and a stalker who just so happens to be an alternate seem to be on good terms. At least a twisted far cry of it. They have a habit of stalking the same target at once, with Thatcher's Stalker chasing down the poor victim, whether it be one of the poor fools mentioned on this profile or someone else, right to the Slenderman, when the victim is promptly murdered. It has gone on ever since they first made contact. Some wonder if the stalker has somehow driven Slenderman to do its bidding, that Slenderman groomed it to follow its orders, or if they actually are working together. Whatever it is, it has proven to be extremely effective. Technologically advanced gods are instantly taken down with little resistance, and even the greatest of survivors cannot triumph against this duo without going extremely insane, far more than a victim of Slenderman or M.A.D. Slenderman has interacted a bit with the other Alternates, but has stuck to just working with Thatcher's Stalker.
  • "Woman" only:
    • Glenn Quagmire is very, very, very well known for the fact that he'll screw anything that's female. A certain alternate has taken advantage of this multiple times. Quagmire frequently gets calls from what seems to be random women about casual sex, which he used to accept. Little did he know that all those calls were from one alternate, and that the location he was given was merely different names for the temple of Analog Horror. He fell for the trick waaaayyyyy too many times he should've, at one point one of the calls was literally just "woman" giving him M.A.D and Glenn blindly listening to it. Eventually he learned his lesson, never answering the calls. Well, kind of. As long as it's a different voice and phone number, his brain in his pants is the one thinking. When Quagmire screams in pain, horror, fear, and terror in the temple of the Alternates, the gods nearby simply ignore it. He's had many chances to fully learn to avoid what he calls a pure nightmare and "one heck of a trap in both ways".
  • "Cesar" only:
    • The alternate mimicking the man known as Cesar is quite known for taking advantage of friendship to reach its goals. So, when it came across the OMORI friend group, it saw an opportunity. Using the identity of their dead friend, Mari and standing in the distance as a way to lure one of them in, then killing the poor child who just so happened to be the one to be the one lured. "Cesar" would then take upon their form, and return to the friend group. It frequently takes advantage of the resulting attention, since, to the OMORI friend group, it was just a friend who went missing and came back. It would invite everyone one by one, and slaughter them. This went on for a bit until the OMORI friend group eventually caught on to what was happening. Needless to say, they are extremely afraid when one of them goes missing. No need for even more trauma with a supernatural nightmare monster mixed in.

      "nothing is worth the risk."

    The Evil Entity 
The Evil Entity, the Unholy Unexpected Eldritch Being (The Nibiru Entity)
The Entity's true form.
  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: His coffin
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portifolio: The Cause of Everything Bad in The Series, Corrupts Anything Around It, Doing This While Still Sealed, Deep, Evil Voices, Hams It Up Like Nobody's Business, Omnicidal Maniac, Responsible For All The Costumed Weirdos, Completely Evil, One of The Darkest Villains In The Franchise
  • Domains: Elder Gods, Corruption, Destruction, Vileness
  • Herald: Professor Pericles, his top minion.
  • High Priest: S O U L
  • Allies: Molag Bal, The GUAD, Bill Cypher, The Dark Matter Horde, Solaris, Nyarlahotep, Shuma-Gorath, Yapool
  • Enemies: Mystery Inc. (Including Scrappy Doo), The Bedtime Stories Crew, The Investigation Team, The Ghost Stories Gang, H.P Lovecraft, Dr. Strange, The Good Ultraman Deities, Kirby
  • Unimpressed With: Dark Gaia
  • Crystal Cove was a weird place. As the Scooby Doo gang could attest to, the place was crawling with weirdos in costumes looking to make a quick buck, as well as useless adults too busy with their lives. It came to its natural climax, however, when the devious parrot Prof. Pericles aimed to release his "master" from the depths of the town. Eventually, he managed to free him, and the result was The Evil Entity (Often called The Nibiru Entity), an evil member of a race of benevolent Eldritch Abominations who seemed to destroy the universe, the thing responsible for the state of the town, and unlike the gang's previous costumed freaks, was far more powerful than anything they had faced so far, something that no-one could've seen coming. Eventually, after it destroys Crystal Cove and eats everyone there, the gang manages to destroy him, erasing him from existence and undoing any corruption he had done in the process.
  • One day, the gang had just busted a mystery caused by a mysterious villain, which was business as usual. The odd thing was, this particular villain was awfully ruthless by their standards, even nearly blowing up the House of Celebration out of spite. When they finally caught the villain, they were naturally shocked to find out that it was none other than Scrappy Doo of all people. Whats more, he seemed outright traumatized by what had transpired. While the gang was wondering what had come over him, seeing how he also had no memory of the crimes he committed, Fred suddenly had a worrying idea, one that they had to visit a certain Dr. Strange to confirm. And indeed, the doctor confirmed that the worst had happened: The Evil Entity had arrived. Thankfully, it seemed to be still sealed, but considering the damage he was capable of when he was before, it wasn't very comforting to them. The gang is now ready to take on anything that the Entity could throw at them, though Scooby and Shaggy would at least rather confront it with a tank than deal with it in person.
  • How is he in the Pantheon? You can thank Molag Bal for that. He was thoroughly impressed by the fact that a villain like him can be in such a lighthearted franchise, not to mention how unexpected he was, and thus, with the help of a few of his more powerful allies, managed to recreate the Evil Entity. However, there was a catch: he would ascend still being sealed in his sarcophagus, and would once again have to manipulate his way to freedom. To compensate, he gained a new power: the ability to manifest a hallucination of his true form, useful for more direct communication. The Entity, for the most part, accepted these conditions, as it had been able to free itself before, and surely it can do it again, especially with more evil deities around. And yes, he has considered that someone could put up a fight should he be freed, and is looking for a way to rectify that by making some allies.
  • While he's still technically allies with Bal, he would later find much more fitting allies in the form of the GUAD, an alliance of similarly omnicidal beings hell bent on destroying everything. While The Entity would rather ravage the universe by himself, he nonetheless realizes that having allies in a world where heroes are just as powerful as villains might be a good idea in the long run. The GUAD themselves were happy to accept him into their ranks for the most part, though the whole "Being sealed deep underground" thing showcases a problem with actually destroying things.
  • One such ally is Bill Cypher, a psychopathic being bent on turning the world into his own playground. Seeing how they were both currently incorporeal beings looking for a physical body, they decided that working together might be the best idea for now, though seeing how they have different goals, one could imagine that a huge fight would break out if they do succeed. Naturally, it has made enemies with Dipper and Mabel, and while corrupting their pig Waddles probably wouldn't help him too much, he senses great potential in Gompers of all people, stating that there's something strange about that goat, something Bill agrees about.
  • Its MO is basically that it corrupts whatever mystery solving team steps foot near it, starting with the Team Pet and going up from there. This has made the Pantheon's many mystery solving teams unite against him:
    • The Investigation Team has dealt with beings as powerful, if not more, as the Entity, so it was no surprise when they started opposing him. In particular, it has shown an interest in Teddie, seeing how it's the closest thing to a Team Pet that the team has. He figures that if he can get his perverted personality out of the way, he could be a powerful agent. Teddie, naturally, wanted nothing to do with him, even after the Entity tried bribing him with the promise of a "Beautiful Wife to call your own".
    • He has also gained the attention of the Bedtime Story Crew, who at first were thrilled at the opportunity to document a being like him, especially considering its past as the Token Evil Teammate to the Annunaki. However, the thing was counting on them to be thinking this, as he then proceeded to slowly corrupt them into coming further and further into his sealing location while hiding it as a simple documentary. It wasn't until Mystery Inc. intervened that they snapped out of it, and made them realize just how bad of an idea it was to even acknowledge the thing existing, destroying the remaining footage they made of the documentary.
    • It had an... interesting interaction with the Ghost Stories crew. Or, rather, their cat, who's mind he invaded in order to corrupt him directly. The Entity though that corrupting what seemed to be the most normal Team Pet of the bunch he's encountered would be an easy task. It wasn't until he actually got around to corrupting it that he learned the truth: the cat was already possessed by a incredibly snarky demon, and one who had no interest in joining him. Or at least, thats what The Entity managed to get out of the interaction, as it was mostly just the demon insulting him and flipping him off. To say that the Entity was genuinely baffled by the interaction was an understatement. Doesn't help that the cat later told the rest of the crew, meaning that he had to deal with them as well.
  • Managed to make allies with The Dark Matter Horde, a horde of similarly terrifying beings in an otherwise lighthearted setting. It has promised them that he'll let them rule and corrupt whats left of the universe after he destroys it, something the Horde agreed upon. That would be fine for him, if it wasn't for the fact that their arch-nemesis was Kirby, a small puffball who's known for basically killing Elder Gods before breakfast. With this in mind, helped out by one of his more recent adventures hinting that his origin is far more cosmic than one would assume, has made the Entity genuinely worried. It has since put the puffball near the top of his priority list, alongside Mystery Inc. themselves.
  • Another being he's gained the interest of is Solaris, a cosmic being that was split into two versions of itself, Mephilis and Iblis. This is thanks to the fact that they too were erased from existence upon being defeated. The Entity has since lended his hand to helping the two become one again. It is not, however, impressed with Dark Gaia, who he condescendingly considers to be "An oversized earthworm who was defeated by a mortal and minimal outside help". And no, this has not endeared him to Dark Gaia in the slightest, knowing when someone is insulting it when it hears it.
  • Any cosmic horror would inevitably be compared to the works of H.P. Lovecraft, and The Entity was no exception, having been compared to a combination of Nyarlahotep and Yog-Sothoth. As expected, both of the entities have struck up an alliance, with Nyarly being fine with any way of devastating the universe, though he has entertained the idea of also freeing Yog, so that they, in his own words, "Tag-Team the universe with two elder gods, side by side!"
    • Because of this alliance, he has decided to visit their creator, Lovecraft himself, and thus manifested in his dreams one fateful night. In it, he boasts that the universe will be destroyed the second he's released, and promises that Lovecraft would be sparred if he pledges his allegiance to his cause, clearly not intending either following up on that promise, or taking no for an answer. To his alarm, however, Lovecraft was completely unimpressed with his threats, having heard that threat about a few hundred times already, and tore into the cosmic entity that it was nothing compared to his creations, or even the ones from the Pantheon, and is ultimately "An oversized earthworm who was defeated by some mortals and minimal outside help". It has never bothered the author ever again, although some gods could swear that rampant swearing could be heard underground that night.
  • While not quite dismissing him to the extent that Lovecraft did, Dr. Strange also doesn't consider The Evil Entity to be anything special, often taunting it with the nickname "Discount Shuma-Gorath". While he is perfectly willing to take action against the thing, expect Strange to be spewing out snarky insults in the process of fighting him.
    • What does have him concerned, however, is that the aforementioned nickname inspired him to seek out the aforementioned Shuma-Gorath, the extremely powerful (And somehow even hammier) elder god that's able to freak out Dormammu. Shuma, happy to discover new ways to screw over the universe, was delighted to help out The Entity with his plight. The Entity is a bit annoyed with Shuma constantly boasting about his power, but otherwise it's a worryingly stable alliance so far.
  • He has also made an alliance with the monster maker Yapool, who relishes in human despair and creates monstrous creatures out of said negative energy just to cause more misery. The Entity, who specializes in bringing the worst out of humans, has recently been lending a hand in creating a few of them, resulting In more dangerous creatures than ever before. As a result, this has gained the attention of Ultraman and his fellow deities, who are more than happy to lend a hand in stopping him, having faced threats of his scale before.
  • Can also be found in Reveals and Twists.

Greater Gods

    Erma Williams 
Erma Williams, Goddess of Creepy Cuties
Click here to see her angered form 

    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 Star, Lesser God if near a Red Star or exposed to gold kryptonite)
  • Symbol: The One-Earth Government Logo
  • Theme Song: The Theme of Injustice: Gods Among Us
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil (Chaotic Neutral if exposed to red kryptonite)
  • 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.
  • Regime Kal-El was similarly glad to learn about the arrival of the Prime Universe's Jimmy Olsen, pleased to see some version of the friend he lost in Joker's final rampage alive and well. Jimmy was horrified and saddened to see how far the alternate version of his hero and best friend had fallen.
  • 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.
  • Despite him being his former High Priest, he doesn't get along well with The Plutonian. The two are on pretty bad terms with each other (though this is likely a result of the High Councilor's Knight Templar tendencies). Battles between the two can get rather destructive.

"Welcome to the Velvet Room."

Igor, God of Benevolence Behind Unnerving Appearances (Master of the Velvet Room, The Nose)

  • Interested in: Sho Minazuki
  • Enemies: Yaldabaoth (who had once usurped him), Nyarlathotep, YHVH, Lucemon, Darkseid, Horde Prime, all enemies of Philemon
  • Heroes come in all kinds of appearances, and should not be judged by how they look. Some of them can even be downright scary, yet their benevolence is unambiguously clear (unless it's detracted by their ruthlessness against evil). That's what being Creepy Good is all about.
  • Igor earned his spot in the Pantheon courtesy of his master Philemon because he fit the trope; while unnerving at first glance given he's a balding, unnaturally thin hunchback with bloodshot eyes, a long, hooked nose, and a Cheshire Cat Grin that borders on a Slasher Smile, he's one of the most steadfast allies of the heroes.
  • As for what he does, for the Wild Cards, he and his assistants handle Persona Fusions, record Personas to their Compendiums for later recalling (at a monetary price), and "returning" Personas for items. For the Persona-users prior (the ones from Sumaru City and St. Hermelin High), he also "stores" excess Personas, and creates them in exchange for cards from negotiated SMT!demons (be it their own or "Tarot cards").
  • His temples are tiny and outright empty, with the only thing of interest being a blue glowing translucent door in the center. While everybody can see it (now), few can actually open it. This door leads to the Velvet Room, Igor's actual domain, and the only ones who can access it are Persona-users (those with malevolent intent can easily be booted by the occupants therein). Otherwise, one has to accompany a Persona-user, or be invited by Igor himself. Similar doors are available in Philemon's temple, and inside the temples of his "main" guests (the player characters of the games).
    • As for what the Velvet Room looks like, it has varied over the years, from a nightclub, to an elevator, to a limo, and even a prison. In the Pantheon, it takes the form of a large rectangular room with curtains covering all of its walls, just like its first iteration but bigger, except one can notice outlines of columns beyond the curtains, as if the place was a temple whose interior was covered. In the middle, one can see a grand piano with a blindfolded man (Nameless) playing it, a mic stand with a woman (Belladonna) singing a song, a canvas in use by a man with long hair in black clothes and a toque (Demon Painter), and an elegant chair in which Igor himself sits with his elbows resting on a small table in front of him. His attendants Margaret, Theodore, and Lavenza can be seen, though rarely all at the same time, and one of them, Elizabeth, is officially AWOL trying to find a way to free Makoto Yuki for real without invalidating the Great Seal. Igor's followers are also seen mingling and assisting in various affairs, and are dressed just like his attendants where possible.
  • One can also visit the Velvet Room via dreams, though it has to be Igor who invites them in. It's not known if dream-delvers can find the Room, though it's likely only if Igor allows it.
    • As for the conflicts between the Inducers of Nightmares and the Protectors of Dreams, he has not deemed it necessary to get entangled between their affairs, and the former group has neither noticed nor attempted to invade the Velvet Room yet.
  • While most people are offset by his appearance and demeanor, he still has an upstanding reception from many thanks to the Persona-users who vouch for him.
  • Many question him about a comment he made to Aigis that her "Destiny is similar to mine." have been asked to Igor. He simply chuckles and remains silent on the matter.
  • There is also still the question about just how powerful Igor is in a fight, considering his power to call on just about every being in the mythological Pantheons. His attendants have battled, and even his master has battled, but not him. The thought brings mixed feelings when his students are brought up. Even the nature of his Persona (though he can likely use many just like his attendants) is fair game for questioning.
  • There are those who wonder what need he and his attendants have for money anyway given their supernatural nature. His explanation is that money holds value in the Velvet Room because humanity gives it value; it's not so much about the medium of exchange, but the value bestowed upon it that is important to Igor and his attendants.
    • Just as services like gym sessions, tutor lessons, and haunted house trips have monetary value, so too would his, such as re-acquisition of Personas to Wild Cards. And he now extends that to the pre-Wild Card Persona-users as well.
  • When he's bored, he sometimes plays cards with the Persona cards. Rumor also has it many influential gods who can reach the Velvet Room have been seeing Igor for tarot readings, and not just for serious matters.
  • As a supporter of humanity's potential like Philemon, Igor stands against those who would see it stifled, such as YHVH, Lucemon, Darkseid, and Horde Prime.
    • He holds it most personally against Yaldabaoth, who had abducted him, split his attendant Lavenza in two (though it's not known where Margaret and Theodore were during this, and Elizabeth was explicitly AWOL), and rigged the "game" the two had in regards to the potential of humanity.
  • He has the ability to turn back time, but only does it in regards to bad fates as a result of their Wild Cards missing deadlines. Otherwise, he'll let them take responsibility for their actions, even if it leads to doom.
  • Despite what he's done and his opposition to Joker and his crew, Akechi is still allowed by Igor to visit the Velvet Room. Igor even called him over one day to his domain via the dreamscape to let him know that now that he is no longer being hampered by Yaldabaoth, Akechi can now finally utilize his potential as a Wild Card to the fullest and forge Social Links/establish Confidants.
  • Has been notified of similar mysterious guiding figures who speak cryptically like him such as Richard, The G-Man, and SCP-990.
  • As of late, Philemon has encouraged Igor to be more proactive in reaching out to make new allies as he himself has. Not being used to this, Igor had to admit that this was not going to be easy. Still, he had to start somewhere, so he began with an invite to Princess Luna, who had almost encountered the Velvet Room once while her group wandered the dreamscape.
    Igor: I must confess. I have been a servant to my master. I have been a master to my attendants. I have served as a host to all sorts of guests. And I have become one's adversary, and returned that sentiment to them. However, not once have I ever established a bond where I serve as one peer to another. Perhaps that's where my current predicament lies. Such a thing would not be possible in the mortal realm, but in the Pantheon, where all sorts of powerful entities are in abundance, that option is now open. For all my wisdom, I lack the foreknowledge for this situation.
    • In light of this, Luna has taken it to herself to help Igor with socializing... by taking Twilight Sparkle to the Velvet Room with her one day. It was a learning experience for all three, and Igor made another friend that dayas he's allowed Twilight in whenever she has time to visit.
    • Another Igor got acquainted with was Dream of the Endless. Given the Velvet Room exists between Dream and Reality, Mind and Matter, Dream managed to find its door while following Luna after a particularly huge skirmish against Vaermina. The alicorn princess was surprised to see him behind her after entering, but Igor assured her it was all right. After that incident, as well as a lengthy chat about matters greater than what Luna could grasp (after which she politely saw herself out), Dream has beome another regular visitor.
  • One unlikely friend he made was when one of his attendants got acquainted with one Anton Ego, and thought to invite him to the Velvet Room to meet Igor as part of the whole "personal socializing" deal. After their first meeting, Ego has since decided to try and help him get used to extensive interaction with the outside world. Not because of general appearances, but because he thinks he knows how to get Igor adapted to good culture: A pleasant meal. It's not uncommon to find the two deities dining together while gossiping about other deities or explaining to each other about the world they came from, with Igor being intrigued by Ego's experiences in his more realistic world and Ego finding Igor's talks about his own interactions with other Persona deities to be quite the vivid tales. On the way, Ego has also lectured to Igor about the pleasure of classy food and a great glass of wine, due to an admittedly selfish interest in making Igor see the culinary world the way he does.

Intermediate Gods

    Anton Arcane 
Anton Arcane, Unholy Patron of Body Horror (Avatar of the Rot)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A slab of his own distorted flesh
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy, Immortality Seeker, Inflicting Horrific Body Mutations on Others and Himself, Swamp Thing's Arch-Enemy, Make Them Rot, Helped Hitler Become the Monster He is to Experiment on the Corpses, Mad Scientist, Take Over the World, So Evil He Was Made a Demon in Hell, Been a Psychopath Since His Youth, Evil Uncle, Villainous Incest, Experimented on His Own Brother, Evil Sorceror
  • Domains: Necromancy, Rot, Twisted Experiments, Alchemy, Depravity, Physical Transformations
  • Banned from: The House of Family
  • Interested in: SCP-682, Cell, the House of the Undead
  • Allies: SCP-106, Johann Schmidt/the Red Skull, Millennium, Nurgle, Typhus, Thrax, Fabius Bile, Cioccolata, SCP-542 (sort of), Alex Wesker, Vandal Savage, Davros, Professor Hojo, Zouken Matou
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Nekron, William Hand and the Grand United Alliance of Destruction
  • Rivals: Voldemort, Darth Plagueis
  • Enemies: Basically any hero in DC Comics, but especially his Arch-Enemy Swamp Thing and Buddy Baker, the entire House of Plants and Nature Preservers, The Life Entity, Kyle Rayner, Satoko Houjou, The Spring Sprite, Ana Amari, Fran Madarki, Alexei Stukov, Frankenstein's Monster, Dhuum, Yveltal, Jack Harkness, The Elric brothers, SCP-040, Xerneas
  • Opposed by: Most of the House of Physicians (yes, even the Medic), other forces of death, anyone in the House of Science with a conscience
  • Born in the late 19th century, either in Romania or Belarus(with strong Russian ties), Anton Arcane is a brilliant yet depraved scientist obsessed with immortality and decay. His experiments would create shambling monstrosities known as the Un-Men, but desired a stronger body to keep him going forever. He saw Swamp Thing as a potential body to inhabit. In the New 52, he became the Avatar of the Rot, and took great joy extending decay to others. Having taken various forms, Anton Arcane has been a continuous thorn in Swamp Thing's side.
  • Arcane is infamous for his horrible experiments, inflicting gratuitous Body Horror on others and himself. He turned his brother into something resembling Frankenstein's Monster, re-animated dead tissue, turned himself into something resembling a taxidermied corpse and then there's what he was able to accomplish with the powers of the Rot. Upon his ascension to his House, most shuddered. Fabius Bile, however, was pleased to see someone so powerful and twisted enter the pantheon and was happy to give him some tips on mutation and depravity.
  • Could seriously rival the Joker as one of the most Ax-Crazy super-villains in the DC Universe. He's practiced a lifestyle of necrophilia, cannibalism, Satanism, mass experimentation and necromancy among others crimes against nature. When he gained Reality Warper powers possessing Matt Cable, his evil presence was likened to Trigon and it caused the Joker to go catatonic. He was so bad that he was made a demon in Hell since they were impressed by his evil. Melkor was also impressed, and was happy to offer him a position in the pantheon.
  • When he was in Hell, spiders laid eggs inside his body that ate their way out after hatching. To make things worse it was an Year Inside, Hour Outside experience. Considering he'd sent his niece to Hell before, it was too good for him. Later on he got the Ironic Hell treatment where he was sent to a peaceful realm where death and decay doesn't exist, which was torture for him. The Court of the Gods has told him they plan to send him back there if he violates the rules of the pantheon.
  • Apparently, he convinced Adolf Hitler to get into politics. It would lead to the Holocaust, and he would have access to millions more corpses for experimentation. It's also known Vandal Savage was an advisor and friend to Hitler, though it's unknown if they ever met(it wouldn't be surprising). As such he has ties to Nazi gods in the pantheon, notably the similarly depraved Red Skull. He also finds Millennium's vampire program to be a boon for him, and their goals will provide him with even more corpses.
  • SCP-542 is around the same age range as him, having been alive some time before World War 1 and like him collaborated with the Nazis for experimentation. They recognize each other, and respect each other's field. That being said, even Herr Chirurg is a bit creeped out by him. SCP-106 has no compunctions, however. Like Arcane he's utterly Ax-Crazy, has his roots in World War 1, and inflicts rot on others. The two have become very good friends, much to the dread of the SCP Foundation and much of the pantheon.
  • His desire for immortality along with perversion of death(plus his constant cheating of death) puts him in direct opposition to Dhuum and Yveltal, along with Jack Harkness as he seeks his immortal body for himself. However it does make him an ally with Alex Wesker for their mutual search of eternal life, and Vandal Savage is on good terms with him as well. Much like SCP-035, he wants to inhabit SCP-682's body. Seems interested with Cell, due to his claims of being the Ultimate Lifeform. Both Voldemort and Plagueis see him as a rival, due to only wanting immortality for himself and having standards respectively.
  • Has attempted to force Fran Madarki to help with his gruesome experiments, and harassed most of the people in the House of Science for his plans. You can imagine he's not popular with them. Healers like Ana Amari rightfully despise him as well. Arcane is more capable in the House of Diseases, and has achieved much by helping spread Thrax. Physicians in general are disturbed by him. It says a lot about Anton Arcane that the Medic took a look at his resume and went "no...just no".
  • Feels a kinship with many exceptionally twisted scientists, like Davros and Professor Hojo. They've created many grotesque monsters together by pooling their talent. Nightmarishly, he and Cioccolata get along swimmingly and he find the Green Day Stand a key to better understanding The Grey. Utterly disgusts the Elric brothers for being "Shou Tucker, but a thousand times worse" and scares SCP-040 as he seeks her Biomanipulation abilities.
  • Zouken Matou shares a lot in common with him, being a Russian/East-European Mad Scientist and alchemist looking for immortality and has inflicted horrific bodily experiments on others for that. As such, they get along nicely. Though unlike Zouken Arcane is comfortable being in a monstrous body. Also, Zouken originally had humanity that has been slowly lost into nothing but a drive to live longer. Anton Arcane was always a psychopath, he just got better at being one over time.
  • Has been banned without repeal from the House of Family. Upon his crimes against family molesting his sister, getting his brother blown up on a landmine then turning him into the Patchwork Man, and everything he's done to his niece. Satoko Houjou was horrified as he reminds him of an even scarier version of her own horrible uncle.
  • Serves the Rot, the force of decay on Earth. He twisted the world into one of endless decay in a Bad Future, which both Nurgle and Typhus were proud of. However the Rot isn't inherently evil, and Anton Arcane subverted control of it. As such, most forces of death oppose him. Arcane steps on eggshells around Nekron. Oh sure, he loves death and Black Hand shares that love of death and decay, but Nekron suspects Arcane is going to try and hijack him. Also, he wants things to stay dead, and isn't impressed by the half-life he inflicts on others. Anton Arcane is a bit of a wild canon, but the Lord of the Unliving accepts his experimentation and Rot powers is useful for Destruction's cause. He's permitted to experiment in the House of Undead.
  • Can also be found in Health and Diseases.

    The Bakers 
The Bakers Members , Unholy Family of Hillbilly Horrors (Jack: The Swamp Man)
L - R: 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 Songs: 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 obsessed 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 exempt 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 façade 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.

BEN, Unholy God of Internet Short Horror Stories
  • Intermediate God... maybe.
  • Symbol: A disturbing Link Statue.
  • Theme: The Song of Healing. Played backwards.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Started the 'Creepypasta' Trend, Haunted Game Cartridges, Nightmare Fuel, Contagious A.I. (?), Eldritch Abomination (?), Sealed Evil in a Game Cartridge, Bleeding Into Reality, Nothing Is Scarier, Worsening the Emotional Torture, Big Bad
  • Domains: Fear, Technology, Otherness, Nostalgia, Water(?)
  • High Priests: The Crew of the Laughingstock and Zalgo
  • Allies: Majora (surprisingly enough), Slender Man, Giygas, Phazon, Spooky, SCP-993, White Face
  • Rivals: The Outsider, Richard, AM, .GIFfany, Pony Island
  • Enemies: All other The Legend of Zelda deities, good and evil and those from other media with an accompanying Creepypasta, (Insert Name Here), Lain Iwakura, Mr. Rogers, Noah Kaiba, The Lyoko Warriors, Sombra, King Kong, Ben Tennyson, AM's five victims, The SCP Foundation, The Protectors of the Plot Continuum
  • Unknown Relationship with: Alex Mercer, most Outer Gods, The Sleeper
  • BEN is an enigmatic figure. His nature, actions, ultimate goal and origin; all complete mysteries. Many gods and goddesses offer widely differing explanations for the creature, but there is one thing they all agree on; at some point in time, a boy named Ben drowned. (for a sinister purpose of a moon-worshipping cult...)
  • BEN appeared in the Pantheons soon after an odd event in the House of Gaming: a mortal follower playing The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask noted that the game had started to glitch up, referring to him as "BEN". When he resets the game, he was greeted with the words, "You have met a terrible fate, haven't you?" He mentioned hearing the Song of Healing played backwards before passing out. Since then, that copy of Majora's Mask has been confiscated and quarantined in a temple under Hermaeus Mora's supervision. That hasn't stopped the entity inside that copy from getting out into the corporeal world...
  • While BEN’s domain is Creepypasta in general, his specialty is the corruption of innocence; that is to say, creepy and unsettling takes on old, nostalgic pieces of entertainment. Suicidemouse.avi, Squidward's Suicide, Dead Bart and all manner of ‘lost episodes’ and ‘game hacks’ spring from BEN.
    • This ended up gaining the eternal enmity from the The Legend of Zelda deities, good and evil due to BEN tainting a copy of one of their titles to terrorize anyone hapless enough to play it. Other deities, like Mickey Mouse, SpongeBob and Bart Simpson are also horrified that BEN's influence has reached their shows as well. The GUAG is currently trying to find more effective methods to keep BEN's said influence at bay. (Insert Name Here), being every Creepypasta protagonist ever as well as the reader has every reason to fully oppose BEN.
    • To spite the Zelda deities even further, BEN often appears himself as Link with a creepy face or the Link Statue. Part of it because his followers always see him like that and part of it is just for screwing with them.
  • There is one Zelda deity that BEN can find a footing with; the God of Evil Masks, Majora. Like BEN, Majora also likes to torture others for amusement and they have sinister plans for their victims, though BEN is a lot more secretive about his. Majora is disappointed that he can't truly control BEN like a puppet, but he became ecstatic once again since his alliance with Yuuki Terumi since he found another dark entity to relate to and the feeling is mutual for BEN. Who knows what kind of horrible fates they would bring to the entire Pantheons...
    • Being a fellow entity with fame from the creepypasta circle, Slender Man is seen with BEN a lot. Let's not think about their meetings. BEN also joins Spooky as her new scarer and attraction in her Haunted House because she gave him more opportunities to terrorize more people. And Giygas also has an Odd Friendship with BEN, probably because their true forms are incomprehensible. Not everybody wants to know what BEN's true form is...
    • Other malevolent entities BEN finds kinship in is White Face (for assaulting the player directly by haunting his game) and Phazon (a fellow creature capable of corruption) after Majora introduced him to them. BEN on his own met SCP-993 who also corrupts childhood innocence to the point of evil. Everybody started fearing what would happen if BEN teams up with or uses his newfound brethren...
  • Being an enigmatic entity, BEN gained rivals in The Outsider and Richard. All three have their own unknown agendas (though BEN's is easy to guess) and who knows, maybe they'll use each other for such...
    • Both he and AM have a penchant of torturing others, though BEN wants the suffering out of amusement while AM does so out of sheer malice. Due to the difference in expectations, they became rivals instead. That hasn't gain BEN brownie points from AM's own victims who see him as no better; they try to stay away from BEN just so that he'll never get any ideas of haunting them.
    • Very rare, but BEN does get compared to the Outer Gods due to his unfathomability and also capable of driving his victims mad. The Outer Gods hasn't said anything about him yet. Considering that The Sleeper also corrupt its surroundings, a select few began fearing of a combination between the two...
    • The SCP Foundation has been working with Hermaeus Mora (albeit the alliance is uneasy) on containing BEN completely, causing him to hate them for stopping his hauntings. The Protectors of the Plot Continuum also hate BEN for not only his usual threat but spawning endless terrible OCs that serve to fulfill every horror fangirl's wet dream which some are trying to intrude into the Pantheons. Surprisingly, even BEN agrees he doesn't like Fangirls too much.
  • Being a creature born from The Internet, he has gained the ire of Lain Iwakura and the Lyoko Warriors who sees him as no better than XANA. Noah Kaiba is horrified that a threat more worse than him actually exists, and Sombra not only sees him as an obstacle to her plans but a horror as well.
    • .GIFfany sees him as competition since they both get out of their game to reach their victims and the Lucifer of Pony Island is also jealous of BEN for that reason. Nobody wants to think about BEN and .GIFfany assimilating into something worse...
  • Mr. Rogers finds him everything he stood against since he wants happiness from remembering childhoods, not ruining them. Ben Tennyson is FURIOUS that he shares a name with an irredeemable evil to the point of unintentional mix-ups; not to mention having creepypastas of his series from BEN's influence.
    • Has a very confusing beef with King Kong. Probably has to do with April Fools' Day...
  • Alex Mercer, it seems, has something to do with whatever is happening in BEN's universe. Mercer himself has not been reached for comment on this matter.
  • While BEN is biding his time for an opportunity, the other gods try to diminish his threat by bringing up the horrible Narmy memes coming out of terrible creepypasta like 'hyper-realistic blood' and 'WHO WAS PHONE?!'. Even BEN finds them amusing, but later on annoying as the jokes escalate.
  • Can also be found in Narrative Genres.
  • “You shouldn’t have done that...”

    Bête Noire 

Bête Noire, Goddess of the Nightmare Face (Betty, Black Beast)
Bête Noire and Akumu (Art by Camila Cuevas)
Her complete form
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: One of her many nightmare faces
  • Theme Songs: A Welcoming Smile, Bête Noire, Fearless Terror
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil with Lawful Evil goals
  • Portfolio: Nightmare Face, Manipulative Bitch, Master of Illusion, Cute and Psycho, Fantastic Racism against Monsters, Ax-Crazy, Would Hurt a Child, The Chessmaster, using brainwashing in her plans a lot, proving that Anyone Can Die, wants to rule over humanity to prevent them from making the mistakes they did in the past
  • Domains: FEAR, Illusions, Manipulation, Power, Magic, Genocide
  • Herald: Akumu
  • Allies: Mina Loveberry, Baby Bonnie Hood, Colonel McCullough
  • Rivals: Nui Harime, Airy, Mysterio
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Thaal Sinestro
  • Enemies: All Undertale deities, Omnicidal Maniacs, Toffee, Hoss Delgado, Rimuru Tempest, Isaac, Luka, The Monster Girls, Alice, Kimihito Kurusu, Lord Tirek, Alien Empera, Chaos, Queen Beryl, The Death Busters, The Dead Moon Circus, Joker, Shocker, Yapool, Nightmare, Cackletta, The Evil Entity, Grim, Mandy, Khorne, The Hounds of War, The House of War, The House of Otherness, Shang Tsung, Shao Kahn, The Maiden In Black, Abigail Williams, Xehanort's Incarnations, Vanitas, The Heartless, Akuma, Maleficent, Star Butterfly, Homura Akemi, Lucifer, Nekron, The Batter, The Lich, Monsters in general
  • Respects: Global Occult Coalition, The SCP Foundation (One-sided on her end), The Monster Hunters (Again, One-Sided on her end)
  • Betty was once a girl named Amber, the daughter of the original Kindness and Integrity wizards, Integrity died, and we have no idea what happened with Kindness. Afterwards, both the Lightvales adopted her as a sibling, but Agate had a massive argument with Copper, leading to her attempt to kill him. Copper lost his determination when Agate murdered Amber in cold blood, in an attempt to get to Copper. It worked. She dragged Amber's body away to turn her into the last remnant of Fear forever. Amber's soul is gone, so she will never return to her original self, and Bete Noire is all that is left. Her soul was created by Agate's own soul emptying into nothingness and being filled with Fear before storing her creation inside of it. So while Betty may be Amber in body and memories (that Agate retained), her soul is entirely different. Her purpose is to kill everyone, especially the Red Soul, and then get erased from existence with everyone else. When Betty and Akumu are later spawned into the world after the barrier goes down, they were both genuinely sweet and cheerful, looking to explore the world before the soul of Agate arrived and corrupted her now-terrified creation.
  • Ascended to the Pantheon after her Rasputinian Death and her corpse was possessed by HATE. She soon did some sneaking around and learned from these actions that she was in a place where people from many worlds exist together. Learning that there were many types of monsters in the Pantheon, she decided to continue her quest to kill them all.
  • Upon ascension, the Undertale deities, having not come from her universe, were confused on who she was...until Sans made a visit to the House of Time and Temporality and learned about the many atrocities she had committed. After witnessing these events, he warned the rest of the deities from his home universe of her desire to kill all monsters and what she is capable of, including Flowey.
  • Has brought in Akumu as her herald and is almost never seen without him. He will always be present when she is in combat and the two will sometimes fuse to battle foes. She is against those that can manipulate souls like Shang Tsung, Shao Kahn and The Maiden In Black as Akumu happens to be the manifestation of her own soul. She also doesn’t like Akuma due to his raging demon having the power to destroy souls.
  • Having carried HATE in her body ever since she stole a vial of it and being terrified of what it would do if given the chance, she is very concerned about the disturbing amount of Omnicidal Maniacs in the Pantheon, much less an entire organization of them. However, she loathes Chaos above the other omnicidal maniacs due to its disturbing similarities to HATE and dislikes the idea of it ever getting her in its clutches.
  • Good friends with Mina Loveberry and the two will sometimes work together in trying to accomplish their goals of destroying all monsters. Both of them enjoy the company due to their major lack of allies while Star Butterfly is just unhappy that there are two of them now.
  • Given her hatred of monsters, it was no surprise that she would loathe the mere existence of the House of Otherness for being filled with many different kinds of monsters, and aims to kill them all as part of her plan. She feels her plans have become more justified as the House holds many genuinely dangerous and malevolent monsters, but on the other hand plenty of them are stronger than her, so she needs to take caution and get stronger before she can properly slay them. The denizens of the House are not pleased to know about her plans, and are willing to strike back should she try to make her assault on them.
    • On the topic of hating monsters, she's really peeved at how some monsters are living side-by-side with humans, and so is quite angry at Luka and Kimihito Kurusu for their efforts in building bridged between humanity and monsterkind in their worlds. Plus, them being in romantic relationships with monsters just aggrevates her more, especially Luka once she learned that the monsters in his world have hunted down humans for nourishment and amusement. The two and their monster companions dislike her in turn.
  • Once ran afoul of a group of Hot Rods while hunting for human souls and the people she was targeting were transformed into Heartless instead. Enraged, she killed them all and later learned that this was an attempt by Maleficent to increase the numbers of her forces. She has vowed to destroy the witch because of these events.
  • Hates war, having found the possibility of one between humans and monsters absolutely repulsive and horrifying. Because of this, she is enemies with Khorne, who doesn’t think much of her. Betty also opposes both his Hounds of War as well as the House of War. The Forever War taking place in the Pantheon disgusts her as she fears the damage caused by the conflict will destroy everything. She wants to rule over humanity to keep them from making the mistakes they did in the past, not wipe them all out.
  • Actively opposes people who use Monsters of the Week. Because of this, Queen Beryl, The Death Busters, Joker, The Dead Moon Circus, Shocker, Yapool, The Alien Empera and Nightmare are all on her shitlist. However, a few of them stand out.
    • She once tried to strike at Queen Beryl’s temple and was driven off by some of her Youma. Queen Beryl doesn’t worry about Betty as she knows another one of her heralds, Kunzite, can just suffocate her to death.
    • She has actively gone after and thwarted multiple Death Buster plots. At one point, she was frozen in glass by one of their Daimons and only escaped because of Mina Loveberry and Baby Bonnie Hood.
    • Has also been opposing the Dead Moon Circus, putting a stop to many of their plans as well. Unfortunately for her, she made the mistake of attacking their leader during a time where she had been freed from her mirror. It went as well as you’d expect.
  • Became friends with Baby Bonnie Hood not only due to the role she played in saving her from the Death Busters, but also because they both desire to kill monsters. She, Mina Loveberry and Baby Bonnie Hood have dubbed themselves the “Monster Destroying Trio.”
  • The Batter once fought Betty with the intention of “Purifying” her. This was the result. Because of this, the two tend to clash every time they cross paths and neither is willing to say who the winner of their first fight was.
  • As Betty doesn’t have HATE within her in the Pantheon, she no longer has any of the abilities granted to her after a vial of it she stole was swallowed by Akumu in order to save her life. She plans on finding alternative ways to use these abilities, especially since she quite liked having the power to resurrect the dead and brainwash people.
  • Plans on stealing Grim’s Scythe due to the many powers it has access too. She has earned an enemy in Grim because it’s his scythe. Betty is also enemies with Mandy for these reasons as she doesn’t like it when Grim’s scythe is stolen by others. Not that Betty cares. She was surprised to learn that she successfully enslaved Grim, who is an aspect of death. She genuinely cares for Akumu, so she dislikes that Mandy is a Bad Boss to Grim. Mandy tried to intimidate her, only for Betty to make illusions of her worst fear.
  • Is supported by Colonel McCullough in her crusade to get rid of all monsters. She appreciates the thought, especially since she doesn’t have many allies and is trying to influence him into believing his own suspicions that Frisk is indeed a traitor to humanity.

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.

Madotsuki, Goddess of Explorer Horror
  • Intermediate Goddess potentially Overdeity if she were to wake up and in her Evil form
  • Symbol: Her shirt pattern
  • Theme Songs: Yume Nikki's Title Screen Theme or the Save Theme
  • Alignment: True Neutral, with some hints of Evil
  • Portfolio: Eyes Always Shut, Desensitized to Horror, Never says a Word, Hikikomori, Unknown Age
  • Domains: Dreams, Surrealism, Horror, Knives
  • Heralds: Sabitsuki, Usotsuki, Chie, Me, etc.
  • Allies: Frisk, Ness, Kirby, Sayori (DDLC), Sumireko, The Wind Fish, Steven Universe
  • Enemies: Giygas, Monika, Freddy Krueger, Atropos, Ruvik, Mara, Hypno, Vaermina
  • Tolerates: Haruto Tsukishiro, Soldier #25954, The Inception Crew, NiGHTS, SCP-990, Azathoth
  • Opposes: Darkrai, Ysera, Sigmund Freud
  • Opposed by: Sans
  • A mysterious young girl who spends most of her time dreaming. That's not to say that she's unconscious, however, given that the Pantheon itself appears to be her dream at the moment. She is a silent individual, with no clear goal whatsoever. She is usually seen exploring the surroundings without interacting much with anyone, although she has no qualms about stabbing anyone who gets in her way or, sometimes, on a whim.
  • Her personal dream world is known to be a dark and strange place, often featuring surrealistic landscape (even more than most of the house of Dreams), gore and sometimes downright Freudian imagery. Despite this, it seems to be where she is the most at ease, and certain deities have found certain places in the dream world to be relaxing indeed.
    • Several deities have shown interest in the more dark side of her dreams, including the House of Slaughter visiting the Eyeball World and Freud visiting places such as the Numbers World or the Infinite Road. Madotsuki usually reacts violently to anyone entering her domain without her permission, including well-meaning entities. This puts her at odds against most deities capable of manipulating dreams.
  • Seems to dislike Monika, due to her using her powers to force her own friends to suicide, something she has almost experienced in the past. On the other hand, she seems to sympathize with Sayori, even if the latter finds the little girl to be a bit off-putting.
  • Due to their similar origins and status as Heroic Mimes, she is often seen with Ness and Frisk. Notably, she opposes Giygas alongside Ness, due to the abomination reminding her of a certain trauma hidden deep within her dream. While Frisk generally appreciates her, they are worried about her tendencies of stabbing monsters on a whim and thus try to keep her away from their friends from the Underground.
    • Flowey has taken interest in the girl, due to her similarity with Chara. However, Madotsuki ignores him at best, if not outright attempts to murder him.
    • For the same reasons, Sans is very wary of her, especially when she is around other monsters.
  • Steven projected into her dreams by accident, and upon bumping in to her, immediately apologized for walking into her dreams without her permission. Surprisingly, she accepted it, and the two ended up becoming friends. When Steven's asleep, they like to race each other on occasion, Steven using his rocket shoes and Madotsuki using her fast-travel effects.
  • Madotsuki is extremely protective of her dream journal. Not only does it keeps all of her memories of her dream, but last time it was destroyed, she went on a rampage and almost destroyed the entire dream world. Needless to say that she doesn’t want it to happen again.
  • She seems to tolerate the presence of other dream-walkers in her own dreams, such as Haruto Tsukishiro and Agent # 25954, as long as they don’t interfere too much with her own dreams.
    • Due to both being isolationist individuals who escaped reality through their dreams, she seems to respect Sumireko quite a lot, with them even visiting each other’s dreams (which is Gensokyo for Sumireko) on occasion. Yukari is keeping an eye out for both, given their frequent travels through the barrier.
    • She absolutely hates Freddy, due to his habit of invading her dreams and attacking her in them. However, Madotsuki is not as vulnerable as most of the killer's victims, so these encounters often end up as a brawl between the two.
  • Madotsuki finds Kirby to be absolutely adorable, despite not expressing it so clearly. She allows him in her Dream World from times to time, where he will usually copy the ability of a few denizens to match Madotsuki's effects.
  • Will react extremely violently against anyone with a history of rape or anyone wielding strong sexual imagery, for some unknown reasons. Thus, she tends to avoid the House of Love, particularly the Subhouse of Lust.
  • As Madotsuki was dreaming herself into this world, and due to her Dream World now being connected to the Pantheon, it is believed among many deities that Madotsuki waking up could cause the temporary destruction of the universe. Parallels have been drawn between the girl, the Blind Idiot and the Wind Fish. Precautions have thus been taken to ensure that nothing would cause her to wake up, whether willingly or not.
    • Her status has drawn the attention of the GUAD as a potential tool for the destruction of the world and of the Magical Girl Sisterhood as a potential new member, on top of keeping her in check. Madotsuki hasn’t shown any desire to join either group, however.
    • She has actually been seen in company of Azathoth quite often. No one knows how she manages to keep her sanity intact in its presence, although some theorize that she simply can’t see it due to having her eyes shut all the time. She also seems to be on good terms with the Wind Fish, due to facing her own nightmares in her dreams. Although unlike him, Madotsuki would rather stay in her dreams than wake up, so being trapped in her own dreams wouldn’t have bothered her as much.
  • By taking advantage of the fact that she is constantly dreaming, Hypno once attempted to eat her dreams. Not only did they taste awfully bitter, but Madotsuki, being still conscious, retliated immediately. The two still cannot stay in each other's presence for long to this day.
  • Can also be found in Gaming Genres (A to M).

    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, The Vamps, 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.

Lesser Gods

    Michael Myers 
Michael Audrey Myers, The Mysterious Slasher (The Shape, The Boogeyman, Evil on Two Legs)
Michael in his original appearance
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A knife over his iconic mask
  • Theme Song: Halloween Theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Alliterative Name, Dogs Hate Him, Black Eyes of Evil, Bloodbath Villain Origin, Covered with Scars, Determinator, Evil Is Bigger, Genius Bruiser, Healing Factor, Implacable Man, Lack of Empathy, Made of Iron, Menacing Stroll, Malevolent Masked Man, Silent Antagonist, Super Strength, The Voiceless, White Mask of Doom
  • Domains: Evil, Chaos, Strength, Murder
  • Followers: Many monsters and killers in the Horror and Thriller genre
  • Allies: Johan Liebert, Aku, Jack of Blades, Kane, Evan McMillan
  • Rivals: Freddy Krueger, Jason Vorhees
  • Opposed by: Laurie Strode and Sidney Prescott, All Private Detective deities, the House of Justice, Marion Crane, Kenzo Tenma
  • Feared by: Leatherface
  • Not to be confused with: Mike Myers
  • During one particular Halloween, Final Girl Laurie Strode couldn't help but think she was being followed. Thinking it was her long-time foe Jason, she looked back in search of anyone wearing a hockey mask. Instead, she saw someone far worse: her old nemesis in a familiar white mask. She immediately high-tailed it into her temple and locked the doors, fearing the worst. Michael Myers has entered the Pantheon.
    • To make matters worst, Sidney also saw her own personal stalker. It turns out that Myers chose Ghostface as his high priest as a token of thanks for reviving the Slasher Movie industry. The two now roam the Pantheon in search of victims.
  • Oddly enough, Jason and Freddy respect the newcomer enough as a rival than they do each other. That's probably due to being the originator of the genre. The two now let him terrorize the final girls to his heart's content.
  • Leatherface fears the masked man almost as much as his family. To him, Michael Myers' ascension is a sign to carry out more heinous murders.
  • Myers and his followers are the bane of Marion Crane and her clergy, many of whom were victims of horror films. It may be too late for her, but she can at least warn many others before they share the same fate.
    • One of his only true allies is the Monster Johan Liebert. Johan always gives him a nice list of victims to kill overnight, including food and shelter if he ever gets into a scrape. It is hard to tell what emotions the Shape feels, but eyewitnesses (who survived their encounter) report that Michael becomes ever-so slightly solemn in Johan's presence as if in mild awe of him. Michael's Arch-Enemy and former psychiatrist Dr. Sam Loomis likens Johan to what Michael would be if he could talk and speak normally, living proof of why he is so unbelievably paranoid about the Boogeyman.
    Loomis: See? This unassuming man singlehandedly brought about a wave of murders and suicides, violent neo-Nazi movements worshipping him and ruined whole societies in his wake, all from his charisma! This is what happens if you give pure evil an education and the ability to use his terrible gifts! The emptiness in his eyes is the same as Michael's! There must be no mercy for them. They both must be put down, the monsters that they are.
    • This would probably explain why Tenma has put a significant time to put down Myers, second only to his never ending battle with Johan himself. Some like to compare him to Dr. Loomis, Myer's archnemesis.
  • Is under no circumstances allowed to step foot in the House of Family and Relatives. That goes double for the sub-house of Siblings. Michael Myers has a habit of killing anyone who looks like his sisters and their descendants. Not even evil-aligned deities there want to be anywhere near him.
  • Every detective in the Pantheon has been told to watch their backs whenever they encounter a victim of Myers' wrath. Virtually every detective in the Pantheon have vowed to take him down. Shawn Spencer has taken a particular interest in the monster... if only because of his love of horror movies.
  • Judge Dredd has ordered his forces to be cautious when encountering the man. He is more than a match for most of his forces and will be a difficult arrest indeed. Nevertheless, the House of Justice is dedicated to finding him.
  • Some conspiracy theorists believe that he may have gotten his power from a bit of Aku's essence. Since many think he is literally Made of Evil, this theory is agreed upon by some.
    • Robot Chicken proposed an interesting theory of his origin: he is actually Mike Myers with a clever change of his name. Even Mike Myers himself jumped at the idea. Most people dismissed the idea as a joke as best. Those who were voiced by him have distances themselves from the topic.
  • Is still awaiting the day he gets accepted into a Mortal Kombat game. Seeing so many of his peers gain entrance has him peeved.
  • Jack of Blades, wielder of the White Mask of Doom, hopes to make Michael Myers a crucial part of his repertoire in order to remove certain threats to his temple. Myers has proven to be more difficult to direct than he thought.
  • Many believe Kane drew inspiration for the slasher villain's reign of terror. He is interested in fighting Michael in a no-disqualification match, with McMahon contemplating about it. Many fans believe it would not end well for either wrestler should the two meet.
  • Despite his coming back so many times, there is a way to kill him for good. Of course, Death Is Cheap in the Pantheon, so that's not working.

Sharptooth, God of Scary Teeth
  • Lesser God, borderline Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A huge, toothy T-Rex jaw
  • Theme Song: Sharptooth and the Earthquake (Specifically the second-half)
  • Alignment: Depending on the Version (Chaotic Neutral in the Film, Chaotic Evil in the Novelization)
  • Portfolio: Tyrannosaurus rex who seems More Impressive than the Actual Animal (regardless of Inaccuracy), Perpetually Raging Berserker, Feared by all other Dinosaurs, Blinded Right Eye, Wants Revenge on Littlefoot (whose Mother he himself Killed), Death Glare, Having a mouthful of Bone-Crunching Teeth, The Main Antagonist but Ultimately not too integral to the Overall Plot, Ridiculously Resilient and Persistent, Has no Speaking Lines
  • Allies: Riptor, Spinosaurus, Gwangi, Indominus Rex, Dag, One Eye
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: The Beastmen, Damien Thorn
  • Source of Interest for: Malekith
  • Rival: Glavenus
  • Enemies: The Gang of Seven, Speckles, Regina, Rampardos, Rexie, Dino, Hoppy, Big Al, Yoshi, Tarzan, Mowgli, Rexxar, The Monster Hunters
  • Feared by: The Pteranodon family
  • Opposes: Mario, Cappy, King Kong, Deviljho
  • Opposed By: Most of the House of Beast
  • Sharptooth is the generic name for all of the large theropod dinosaurs prowling around the Great Valley. While they are denied access of ever entering, they do not stop in regards to being persistent about finding prey that originate from the Great Valley, intending to pick them apart for the sake of survival. One such Sharptooth, an unnaturally strong and resilient Tyrannosaurus rex, is no exception, except that in its case, the world of the dinosaurs was reaching a very dark time and desperation began to kick in. Beforehand however, it was able to rack up quite the terrifying reputation, becoming the one dinosaur the rest feared. The Sharptooth proved its case when fighting against a Longneck who asserted to her son Littlefoot to run away, all amidst an earthquake as she and the Sharptooth engaged in a bloody battle that ended in a tie with the Sharptooth falling down a chasm and Littlefoot's mother dying shortly afterwards. Despite the fall, Sharptooth managed to survive and hounded Littlefoot and his friends until he was finally lured into a watery chasm where Littlefoot and his friends were able to knock a boulder onto the tyrannosaur's chest to drown the beast to death.
    • Like most theropods, Sharptooth's motivation was simply to survive, despite its ridiculous aggression. In an alternative take, Sharptooth is no ordinary predator, for he is instead, a vain and entitled animal who slaughters not for meat, but for fun. And his reason for wanting to Littlefoot and his friends is mainly because the young sauropod blinded his right eye and he feels insulted by it, in addition to wanting to kickstart a killing spree in the Great Valley once he was done with the kids.
  • Sharptooth groaned in frustration, opening its eyes and witnessing lush greenry around him. He rose up to discover what appeared to be a land different from the one that he used to prowl. Out of curiosity, he wandered around, looking for any potential meal to discover. While it doesn't have much to process about the Pantheon, Sharptooth is content with the fact that he is still living. He was surprised to see a group of animals in harmony. These weren't dinosaurs, but that only made him more interested. He made a surprise attack, and managed to kill a boar for snack. Satisfied with its newest kill and ready to begin a new hunt, Sharptooth roared furiously, signalling its presence in the Pantheon.
  • Sharptooth is... not liked by a majority of the animal deities and residents in the Pantheon. While being a ferocious predator is to be expected, many did not anticipate Sharptooth's sheer persistence and perpetual rage it keeps displaying and whenever he stumbles across an occupied environment, he usually manages to make the whole area deserted and kill at least one animal to dine upon.
  • The Gang of Seven were not happy with Sharptooth's presence in the Pantheon. Heck, the group ascended after getting to defeat the tyrannosaur again in order to usurp his Pantheon position for Small Taxonomy Pools. This has left Sharptooth even more humiliated and angry, having his representation swapped to Scary Teeth instead. While he still hates Littlefoot the most out of the core group for obvious reasons, Sharptooth also utterly despises Chomper for being the same species as him, yet still wind up being best friends with the very group he has tried to kill and lost against.
  • Outside of the Littlefoot, Sharptooth has another Arch-Enemy; Speckles the Tarbosaurus. Once Sharptooth saw him and decided to elicit a fight between the two, thinking Speckles was trespassing his hunting grounds. Speckles managed to stand his ground and deliver a few good hits, but was beginning to feel overwhelmed by Sharptooth's resilience until Rexie's interruption helped to drive Sharptooth out. Speckles initially didn't have much feelings for Sharptooth, until he realized his role in Littlefoot's mother's death and the fact that he was a sadistic beast who preferring killing for fun rather than survival. Having flashbacks from his previous Arch-Enemy, One Eye, who also killed Speckles's family, Speckles has since began to deeply oppose Sharptooth. Despite this, he's more focused on taking care of his son, but if Sharptooth ever tries to go after him, all bets are off on Speckles's part.
    • Upon noticing how Speckles hates him for reminding him of a terrible past, Sharptooth decided to elect One Eye as his High Priest in the Pantheon, solely to spite Speckles for daring to even be friends with the Gang of Seven. Speckles was beyond angry for these turn of events and has taken extra measures in securing his family's safety. Luckily, he has other friends when it comes to combating against the two malicious tyrannosaurs. That said, Sharptooth and One Eye get along pretty well due to their similarities and putting aside territorial issues to work together in devouring their enemies.
  • Somewhat lost during its time in the Pantheon, Sharptooth was able to secure a power trio with Riptor and the Indominus Rex, given they were evil dinosaurs with similar issues. He'll often allow them into his territory just in case they're suddenly attacked and Sharptooth wants to make sure it develops a powerful-enough group to take as much prey as they could. That is, unless they suddenly get food shortage, after which Sharptooth would have no other choice but to also kill its own allies if it means survival.
  • Due to being a large predator, Sharptooth has to deal with its own plethora of competition. He has a pretty notable one with Glavenus, though Sharptooth normally looses fights against the Brute Wyvern despite putting up a good fight. He also deals with fellow tyrannosaurs Tyrantrum and Rexie, but unlike Glavenus, they aren't hesitant about disliking him. In addition to finding him far too crazed and sadistic for a predator and not even bothering to acknowledge him as a decent challenge which was surprising how capable he is, Rexie had but a harsh rebuff to give to Sharptooth:
    "I defeated raptors, fought a T-Rex/Catfish/Frog/Raptor hybrid with a little help, and survived to the end of the day. You were defeated by 5 children when they dropped a rock on you! You're not worth my time."
  • It is unknown how Sharptooth and Godzilla see each other, although the T-Rex seems wary of the giant mutant dinosaur. The first time he laid eyes on the King of the Monsters, Sharptooth was overwhelmed by just how BIG he was, and when he caught sight of Godzilla using his radioactive breath weapon, that didn't help. Godzilla doesn't seem to notice Sharptooth.
    • Has struck an enmity against King Kong after learning it has coexisted with dinosaurs. But after learning about how it was able to defeat a trio of Vastatosaurs (Themselves highly evolved tyrannosaurs), Sharptooth is taking some distance away from the great ape, unless he is able to get more allies to fight alongside him. Sharptooth has also encountered the Deviljho on a few separate instances and has expressed jealousy on how the Brute Wyvern is able to go against and even intimidate beasts with overwhelming power themselves. While Sharptooth can fight Deviljho and put up a decent fight despite losing, it doesn't want to think about how devastating a Savage Deviljho could be.
  • He doesn't have much to think about humans beyond being simply prey to feast upon. That all changed when Sharptooth encountered Regina, who was monitoring the Prehistoric Beasts sub-house to see if there were any anomalies spurting out and keeping them on check. Sharptooth lunged at the S.O.R.T. spy, thinking it would be an easy meal. What he didn't expect was Regina being able to put up a tough fight and repelling Sharptooth with a wide assortment of weaponry. This has not boded well for Sharptooth who has since regarded Regina as another Arch-Enemy in lieu of Speckles and the Gang of Seven.
    • Sharptooth's enmity against Regina was so much, it wound up pursing her to a lab facility in the House of Undead. It didn't care about the surrounding zombies and other grotesque creatures there so much as Sharptooth could go out of its way to kill Regina for humiliating him. The dinosaur's presence also caught the attention of Chris Redfield, Leon S. Kennedy and Albert Wesker with concern for the former two regarding Regina and amusement for the latter, with Wesker keeping a close eye on Sharptooth ever since. That said, Wesker is biding his time until he needs Sharptooth for further use.
  • Because of his tendency to rampage a lot in the Houses of Beast and Nature, there are instances where Mario and Cappy are often sent to confront the situation. Mario is able to outwit Sharptooth and alow Cappy to possess the malicious dinosaur long enough to have it transported back to its territory. Naturally, Sharptooth hates Mario and Cappy for interrupting its hunting sprees and it plotting with Riptor and the Indominus in taking him down.
  • It's seething rage has attracted the attention of the Witch-King, Malekith, who was impressed by it. Himself being driven by hate and seeing the tyrannosaur be vicious even by dinosaur standards, Malekith has tried to lull Sharptooth to its allegiance, but the tyrannosaur simply roared back and attacked the Dark King. On a similar note, Rexxar has tried to tame the beast, only for several attacks later to realize that Sharptooth is simply incapable of being restrained, let alone tamed. While Rexxar has entirely given up, Malekith still tries to tame Sharptooth every once in a while.

Spooky, Goddess of Haunted Houses (Spook, Spooks, Mrs. Spook)
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A Big Machete (Pictured)
  • Theme Songs: The House That Spook Built, A Smile Beneath Your Skin
  • Alignment: 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
  • Dominions: Ghosts, Haunted Houses, Various Horror Monsters, Cuteness, Jump Scares
  • Heralds: All the (unascended) specimens held in her Mansion
  • Allies: Giygas, Diablo,The Perfect Trumpet Thingy, Sadako Yamamura, Pyramid Head, Majora's Mask, The Fazbear Gang, The Puppet, The Slenderman, The Incubators, BEN, Jack the Ripper, SCP-173, SCP-1048, SCP-2006
  • Rivals: The SCP Foundation
  • Enemies: Link, Luigi, The Ghostbusters, Xerneas, Bambi, Usalia, Artix Von Krieger, Hisako, Pac-Man, 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
  • Underlings: The Specimens, 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
    • Gengar as Specimen 9 (Mega Evolving it when it comes time to directly fight someone)
    • 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.
  • Can also be found in Architecture.


    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 Mac Leod

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)
L - R: Sayori, Yuri, Monika, Natsuki

  • 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 moments 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.
    • 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 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.
    • Would not mind having a rapper join the club, and thinks the genre is a form of literature. She finds it more challenging than poetry in some ways.

  • 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 wielders 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 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, Horrible Phobias Lovecraft, Hates Progress Lovecraft, Hippopotamus Lovecraft, Divider of Zero, Black Patriarch of the Internet, and Harbinger of a Thousand Tropes)!.jpg

    The Hårga 
The Hårga, They Who Bring Terror by Daylight
A sample of the Hårga
Dani Ardor, the May Queen
  • Notable members: Dani Ardor, Pelle
  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: The Sun
  • Theme: Hårga, Collapsing (plus this for "sexy" moments and this during the sacrifices)
  • Alignment: Blue-and-Orange Morality, come across as Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Perpetrate gory murders during the Sumer Solstice, tend to wear just white, peaceful, nature-loving pagans played for horror
  • Domains: Paganism, Horror, Light, Nature
  • Allies: The Light of Destruction, Grand United Alliance of Nature, Sarkicism, The Houyhnhnms
  • Enemies: Los Iluminados, Church of the Broken God and other cults/religious sects, The Flagellant, The Highwayman, Alien Empera, Kazuma Kiryu, Goro Majima
  • Complicated Relations: (exclusive to Dani) Laurie Strode, Sidney Prescott, most Ingmar Bergman deities, Lisbeth Salander
  • The Hårga are a pagan commune found in Sweden. They are peaceful, love nature and foster strong bonds with each other. As pleasant as they seem, they harbor a darker side. For one thing, they have a practice of committing suicide upon reaching the age of 72. Also, every 90 years, they hold a series of festivities to coincide with the Summer Solstice, or Midsummer. These festivities just so happen to involve several Human Sacrifices to honor their gods. In preparation for this, the Hårga lure outsiders into their community, whereupon they are murdered in several ways, culminating in the immolation of the bodies. A group of American students who came to study the Hårga learned this in the worst possible way, by getting turned into the sacrifices.
    • The exception was Dani Ardor, a young woman who had been going through some serious emotional trauma because of her sister's suicide that also took their parents. As her half-hearted boyfriend Christian provided less than adequate comfort and his friends only tolerated her, she found herself turning to the Hårga with their sense of togetherness, ending up crowned as their May Queen and becoming part of them. When Christian added on to her suffering by cheating on her with another woman, she had him sacrificed and gleefully watched as Christian was consumed by flames.
  • Their ascension into the Pantheon was an event that brought great joy into the hearts of the Hårga, as they interpreted it as their gods favoring their community and accepting it into their midst. The Hårga celebrated by throwing on another set of festivities, including human sacrifices. Of course, now that they're in the Pantheon, there are several people who have something to say about their ways, so the Hårga can't get away with it so easily, as they came to discover. Despite this discouraging turn of events, they were approached by the Light of Destruction, who professed to be their god and encouraged them to keep up what they're doing, as they would be honoring it. Knowing the Light of Destruction, it's probably taking the Hårga for a ride for entertainment until the day it can achieve the destruction of everything. The Hårga are blissfully (perhaps willingly) unaware of this, denouncing anyone who tries to expose the truth to them as liars (it does help that the Light was the first to reach out to them).
  • The Hårga's isolationist and pacifist nature means they are not the sort who go picking fights and they mostly keep to themselves if they can help it (unless it's time for some Human Sacrifice, anyway). Unfortunately for them, the Pantheon is home to many other cults who are not so... "nice", and they perceive the Hårga as competition, so the commune is the occasional target of violent reprisals by those other cults. The Hårga tend to be on the losing side of this as they are not very powerful, although they retaliate in their own sneaky ways, such as kidnapping certain members from those cults and turning them into sacrifices. The cult war rages on.
    • Some have noted similarities between the Hårga and Los Iluminados, as the latter are also located in Europe (albeit in the almost opposite end of the continent) and those who have dealt with them remember doing so during the daylight. The similarities pretty much end there though, and the two groups don't get along since the goal of Los Iluminados is to use Las Plagas to take over the world, an hefty goal which the withdrawn Hårga couldn't care less about, although Dani has been known to negotiate with her counterpart Saddler to get his group to leave the Hårga in peace.
    • They manage to see eye-to-eye with adherents of Sarkicism due to their preference for a rural way of living and a religious emphasis on organic matter, thus forging an uneasy alliance between them that should nonetheless give much-needed support to the Hårga against the cults that would rather see them eradicated. Of course this means Sarkicism's foes, the Church of the Broken God, are practically automatically the Hårga's foes as well.
    • The Hårga's nature as a cult also invokes the wrath of certain individuals such as the Flagellant (even if he comes from an extremist religious sect himself) and the Highwayman, given they've had to deal with many cultists while lurking around the Ancestor's Darkest Estate. For that matter, one can probably trust that any victims of cults' practices would loathe the Hårga and be particularly disturbed by the sincere cheerfulness with which they commit their atrocities as if they were at all natural.
    • Kazuma Kiryu and Goro Majima on separate occasions have faced the Order of Munan Chohept Onast, a cult-like organization under the facade of a religion wherein disciples are unknowingly conned and brainwashed to forget about those important to them so that they could easily be manipulated by the leaders. The Hårga manage to be way more alarming than that cult from Kazuma and Goro's point of view, given their tactics to draw in adherents may be different, but still have similar effects, not to mention that with their penchant for human sacrificing, they are way deadlier. The two seem determined to stop the Hårga from committing more crimes and possibly save Dani.
  • They have been promised protection by Grand United Alliance of Nature after the Alliance observed how they lived in communion with nature, and they generally hold up their community as an example of the ideal they would like humanity to achieve. Of course, for the most part they also refuse to comment on or outright ignore their more sinister practices. Something to the effect of how it's not their concern how humans treat each other. Anyway, the GUAN's interest in the Hårga is certainly a boon for their community and their position in the Pantheon.
  • Can be counted among the only humans (or Yahoos, as the case may be) the notoriously misanthropic Houyhnhnms have any regard for, mostly because the Hårga's ways are considered by the civilized horses to be some steps above the average human's and closer to themselves. The Houyhnhnms may consider sparing them from their plan to castrate every human to drive the species to extinction, as long as the Hårga retain their commune's standards. The Hårga themselves seem to regard the horses as some sort of gods, which the Houyhnhnms react to with condescension due to their atheism (though at the same time they seem rather pleased with themselves).
  • As the main object of their worship is the Sun, it is to be expected that they are opposed to those who would seek to impose eternal night on the world. They seem to have settled on Alien Empera as the Sun's greatest enemy as foretold in their mythology, after hearing of his attempt at engulfing the Sun in darkness. There are certainly other harbingers of eternal night/darkness in the Pantheon, but the Hårga reason them as submissive to Empera in some way, like Nightmare Moon being Empera's steed or The Night's King his army general, sometimes to their displeasure. Despite all this, one shouldn't assume that they are completely intolerant of nights, even long nights. After all, they are Swedish; much like they have very long days in Summer, so do they have very long nights in Winter.
  • Dani's story is fairly divisive, with some sympathizing with her and understanding why she reacted the way she did to Christian's callousness while she was under such terrible emotional trauma. Some would even go as far as saying Christian had it coming. Others strongly disagree with that notion and see Dani as having crossed a Moral Event Horizon from which there is no return, and that she shouldn't be considered separately from the Hårga. These considerations are why, even though Dani is effectively a Final Girl, Laurie Strode and Sidney Prescott are not entirely sure how to regard her. They've all been though some pretty messed up stuff that impacted their lives and their families forever, and Sidney in particular can relate to Dani's feelings in being betrayed by Christian (in a different way), but Dani joining the "monsters" is something rather new that they're not sure how to take. At least, they're both of the opinion that Dani should be extracted from the Hårga somehow and likely sent into some intense therapy.
  • Swedish deities such Lisbeth Salander and... every Ingmar Bergman deity are not sympathetic to the Hårga, no matter how much "culture" they bring, but they do show concern for Dani due to her tragic life and resulting emotional problems and some fear that the Hårga, with their strange ways, may not keep her safe forever. Lisbeth and the Bergman deities are pretty willing to take in Dani should she ever run into any kind of trouble such as the Hårga turning against her. However, it would seem that Dani is really not in a good place mentally at the moment, as she reacts rather poorly to any suggestions of leaving the Hårga and demands that those trying to help her be sacrificed. Regardless of that, Lisbeth in particular might go with that extraction idea if push comes to shove.
  • The Hårga were once surprised to see a strange, perky girl with a very noticeable braided hairdo, Pippi Longstocking, skipping into their midst without a care in the world. They were even more astonished to see her have no problem lifting up one of their huge sacred trees. They thought a girl like this would be a great addition to their commune, but as it turns out, Pippi isn't one to be tied down, as she likes her independence and being able to skip all around the Pantheon all she wants. Ultimately she left the Hårga under the impression that they were very nice folks. Upon hearing about this, Lisbeth tried to warn her that the Hårga were very dangerous and she shouldn't go to them again, though she couldn't quite bring herself to explain why as the nastier things the Hårga aren't something you easily explain to a child. Still, Pippi is strong both in mind and body, so Lisbeth thinks it'll be okay.

    Koume Shirasaka 
Koume Shirasaka, Goddess of Light, Fluffy Horrors
Her fantasy self 
  • Quasideity, Lesser in her virtual form
  • Symbol: Her blood-stained jacket (Or is it ketchup?)
  • Theme Songs: Chiisana Koi no Misshitsu Jiken and Bloody Festa
  • 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.

    Nina Sayers 
Nina Sayers, Goddess of Creepy Ballet (Odette, The Swan Queen)
Click here to see her as the Black Swan 
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her crowns as the White Swan and Black Swan
  • Theme Song: A Swan Is Born
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral, later Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Having an Abusive Mom, Broken Bird, Terrifying Ballet Performances, Dainty Little Ballet Dancer, Hallucinations, Madonna-Whore Complex, The Perfectionist, Sanity Slippage, Has a Split Personality, Through the Eyes of Madness
  • Domains: Ballet, Insanity, Hallucinations, Perfectionism, Repression
  • Herald: Lily
  • High Priestess: Josephine
  • Allies: Odette, Ahiru, Pearl, Mima Kirigoe, Francoise Arnoul/003, Ophelia, Senua, Paula Anton
  • Enemies: Amélie Lacroix, Annie Wilkes, Ragyo Kiryuin, Maleficent, Norman Bates, Lady Macbeth, Demogorgon
  • Nina Sayers is a 28-year-old woman who lives with her overprotective mother and dances for the prestigious New York City ballet company. The company opens the season with Swan Lake, and director Thomas Leroy chooses Nina for the main role of Swan Queen. However, Nina, although perfect for the pure and fragile White Swan, is unable to embody the role of the passionate, seductive Black Swan. Nina's mental state deteriorates as she obsesses in giving a perfect performance under the pressure of others and is forced to confront her own inner sexual repression due to the opposing natures of the White Swan and Black Swan, causing her to suffer hallucinations. She is gradually driven over the edge, completing her metamorphosis from a repressed, virginal woman into the Black Swan.
  • After completing her perfect performance in Swan Lake as the White Swan and Black Swan, Nina was transported to the Pantheon as she laid bleeding out on the mattress from her self-inflicted wound through fighting off a hallucination of herself. She had awoken, thinking that she had died and been sent to the afterlife. When informed that she was chosen as the Goddess of Creepy Ballet for losing her mind when cast in Swan Lake, culminating in her terrifying yet beautiful performance as the Black Swan, Nina herself thought that this was another hallucination of hers. However, she soon realized that her ascension was very much real. After a period of mental treatment in the House of Health and Diseases, Nina has recovered from her mental illness and fully taken on her duties as a deity. Mentally recovered and still having a love for ballet, Nina has embraced her newfound title even in spite of its unnerving connotations.
  • As one of the most renowned ballerinas in the Pantheon, Nina has taken something of a mentor role for Ahiru. In spite of her clumsiness and lack of discipline, there is great promise in Ahiru's enthusiasm and flair when dancing that Nina positively recognizes. Understanding the stress and toxicity of ballet culture, Nina has taken a more nurturing role for the young dancer. It's for this reason that Ahiru is grateful for Nina's guidance, aspiring to be as good of a dancer as her one day. She's glad that the professional ballerina, who has come to understand the negatives of perfectionism, is patient with her inadequacies. Nina is currently planning an amateur ballet for Ahiru and other promising ballerina deities to perform in and show off their work.
  • Now in the Pantheon, Nina has had the chance to meet the fabled Princess Odette herself. It was visceral for Nina to meet the princess and hear about her life – transforming into a swan, overcoming obstacles at the hands of villains such as Sir Rothbart, and finding love with Prince Derek. She felt relieved happiness for Odette, who did not tragically commit suicide after her love Prince Siegfried was seduced by Odile unlike her counterpart in Nina's ballet company's Swan Lake. Nina also felt a hint of envy for Odette's resilience, able to maintain her courage in dangerous situations while Nina herself was meek and fragile for most of her life. Odette enjoys Nina's company, and Nina herself sees Odette's kind nature as a positive influence for her – a breath of fresh air compared to the people in her life in New York City.
  • One of the first things Nina did upon her ascension was audition for the Swan Lake play in the House of Theatre and Spectacle. A professional ballet dancer in the New York City Ballet company and now embracing the repressed aspects of her identity, Nina wowed the auditioners with the grace of her ballet dancing as both the White Swan and Black Swan. They were amazed by how perfectly she could fulfill both roles as a ballet dancer despite their opposite differences in character. She easily earned the main role of the play and has become acclaimed as one of the best ballet dancers in the Pantheon. However, the House has kept her past mental instability in mind and been closely watching over her, even if she has improved her mental health.
    • Although Nina's performance in Swan Lake has received widespread critical acclaim among the Pantheon for her flawlessness in technique and style befitting her roles, her performance as Odile/The Black Swan has led to an age restriction for showings of the ballet. Nina's appearance as Odile with intimidating red contacts and makeup has instilled fear in some of the younger deities who watched the early showings of the ballet. Along with the ballet being a darker take on Tchaikovsky's original story, the House of Theatre and Spectacle thought it best to enact the age restriction, with deities below the age of 13 required to be accompanied by an adult. Nina thought it was for the best anyways, understanding that there is a level of maturity required to understand the play and her performance.
  • Nina can easily relate to Mima Kirigoe on a psychological level. Like the ballerina, the singer-turned-actress's struggle with the increasingly-intense demands of her role, similar to Nina's struggle in becoming the Black Swan, caused her to lose her grip on reality, leading her to hallucinate an evil doppelganger. The two women both found commonality in the demanding environments of acting and ballet. Nina was glad to hear that Mima, after much tribulation, overcame her identity crisis and became a successful actress with more agency and maturity. Mima felt relief that Nina found some comfort in maturing as a woman and ballet dancer in spite of the damage to her mind, glad that she has gotten the help she needed within the Pantheon. The two women found many similarities between their life events, wondering if it was coincidental or not.
  • She has noticed her own strong resemblance to Padmé Amidala. Nina holds a degree of admiration toward her, seeing Padmé as dignified and strong despite sharing Nina's own appearance and in contrast to her formerly meek, unstable self that she is just recently growing out of. However, Padmé admitted to Nina that in life she herself slowly fell into despair as everything she had worked for fell apart and her husband turned to evil. Nina could relate to her own mental anguish as her perfectionism to be the perfect Black Swan was too much and she had an identity crisis. Finding comfort in her words, Nina resolved to improve her ballet and mental state – to embody grace and strength while recognizing her own painful past.
  • Her treatment in the House of Health and Diseases had the ascended psychologists/psychiatrists attempt to diagnose Nina. Her delusion of a rivalry with Lily, hallucination of skin peeling and transforming into a black swan, paranoid mistrust, and visual and auditory hallucinations of Lily and a malevolent doppelgänger led them to suspect her mental disorder to be paranoid schizophrenia. However, they were not entirely sure about their working diagnosis, which was based on Nina's recall of her symptoms, and also considered psychosis in their differential. Nevertheless, through the work of a team of trained mental health professionals, Nina was able to treated. Considering everything she had endured mentally and physically, Nina is deeply appreciative of her life as a new person and goddess.
  • Watching Nina dance stirred up hints of her old humanity in Amélie Lacroix/Widowmaker, having been a ballet dancer in her former life, who even now dresses as the white swan Odette and black swan Odile on occasion. However, it for this reason that the cold-hearted assassin also feels a compulsion to kill Nina when reminded of her, feeling a desire to destroy the remnants of her past thanks to Talon's programming. Nina, upon learning of Widowmaker's past, felt pity for the assassin, turned from a ballet dancer happy with her husband into a living weapon with her will broken and personality suppressed. Nina, having undergone immense psychological damage from undertaking the Black Swan role when she was already in a fragile mental state as a perfectionist with an overbearing mother, could empathize even with the merciless assassin.
  • Nina found a lot of common ground with Pearl: grace, ballet, perfectionist tendencies, and a fragile ego. For this reason, they get along very well. However, one aspect of Pearl's personality that Nina finds uncomfortable is her overprotecting tendencies towards Steven – wanting him home even at the slightest hint of danger and thinking that he's too young to know about certain darker topics. Nina can't help but be slightly reminded of her own mother Erica, who treated her adult daughter like a child to a disturbing degree. However, she's glad to hear that Pearl is much more understandable and improving in that regard. Thanks to their similarities, speaking with each other gave the two much introspection in regards to their perfectionism – Pearl was treated as merely an ornament for other Gems so she constantly tries prove it wrong, while Nina tied her self-worth to ballet because her mother's pregnancy ruined her own ballerina career. Thus, thanks to their relationship of mutual understanding, the two women are are helping each other slowly, but surely, improve on themselves.
  • Now in a good mental state following her treatment, Nina has avoided ever getting near the House of Madness and Insanity. Hearing of the House's manifestation of its inhabitants' madness and chaotic nature easily made her dread the risk of relapse. Nina fears losing her sanity again, not wanting to suffer from paranoia as well as hallucinate her evil doppelgänger, self-mutilation, and distortions of people she's familiar with ever again. Aware of the Demogorgon, she's glad that the Grand United Alliance of Good detains his presence whenever he leaves his temple. A mere Quasideity in the presence of an evil Greator God, Nina does not want to imagine what would happen to her should she be in the presence of the Unholy Spreader of Madness.
  • She can also be found in Dance.
  • "It was perfect... I was perfect..."

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