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One of the few locations to outdo the Hall of Light and Brightness in sheer heat, the lands of Fire and Heat is one of the hottest places in the Pantheon. A volcanic wasteland of fire and brimstone with perpetually burning boulders, rivers of red fiery lava-like liquid and small lava pits decorating the ground. Water vaporizes instantly the moment it comes in contact with the air, and no spells or sorcery in the Pantheon can change the sheer heat of it. Unless visitors has their home here or they're heavily protected in some form, they will likely be set ablaze the moment they step foot.

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Once part of the same Hall as the Hall of Electricity, before becoming too large for a single hall. A volcano is connected to the Hall of Fire and Heat, protecting the Hall of Earth and Metal by diverting any lava from it to here.

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Overdeities

    Tulzscha and Aphoom-Zhah 
Tulzscha and Aphoom-Zhah, Co-Deities of Cold Flames (Tulzscha: The Green Flame || Aphoom-Zhah: The Cold Flame, Lord of the Pole)
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Tulzscha summoned through Human Sacrifice
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Aphoom-Zhah
  • Outer God and Great Old One (equivalent to an Overdeity and Intermediate Deity respectively)
  • Symbol: Its own green and grey flame
  • Theme Song: Tulzscha (Full Demo) and Aphoom-Zhah (Novii Vavilon) respectively
  • Alignment: Deep And Light Blue
  • Portfolio: Eldritch Abomination, Technicolor Fire That's Cold
  • Domains: Fire, Cold, Otherness, Cosmic Beings
  • Interests: Flame Princess, the House of Ice and Cold (both), The Lich, Pugna (Tulzscha)
  • Interested in: The House of Musicality (Tulzscha)
  • Varying relationship with: Cryogonal (Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with Tulzscha, allies with Aphoom-Zhah)
  • Additional relationship with: Azathoth (Tulzscha's superior)
  • High Priest: Gerald Tarrant
  • Allies: Kaldr, The Night's King
  • The Friend Nobody Likes to: Their own house (both)
  • On speaking terms with: Regice (both), Olaf (Aphoom-Zhah)
  • Rivals: Brand, Surtr, SCP-457 (both)
  • Enemies: The Auditors of Reality, those who might try to extinguish it, Aerys II Targaryen, Ragnaros the Firelord, Kthanid, Melisandre of Asshai
  • Opposes: The SCP Foundation
  • Opposed by: Stannis Baratheon and Davos Seaworth (Tulzscha), Arctic deities like both Santas (Aphoom-Zhah)
  • Fire is hot, isn't that? That's just common sense. Sometimes, however, it doesn't need much to be set alight. And with these obscure Lovecraftian beings, they makes the area cooler. Manifesting as a green and grey flame, the Outer God Tulzscha and Great Old One Aphoom-Zhah cause things to be the colder. The former radiates a clammy noxious coldness, the latter freezes instead of burns whatever it touches. If you think that's a violation of physics, you haven't seen the half of it.
  • Applies to both
    • These eerie beings are disliked by their own house, and the fact that Tulzscha's Outer God status makes it the strongest member of the house only adds to their frustration. Ragnaros takes personal offense at them and finds the idea of Cold Flames to be blasphemous. Aerys, being the Pyromaniac he was, is enraged by a cold-spreading fire existing. Especially Tulzscha, who he initially mistook for embodying wildfire due to being green.
    • This baleful flame makes them competition with those who wish to spread and burn the whole world down, something they likely regard as reckless. However not everyone in their house has disdain for them or finds them to be rivals. Flame Princess, being the Elemental Embodiment of fire, is fascinated by these flames who emit cold and wishes to both study them and have the Fire Kingdom be on good terms with them.
    • Due to how heat, light and fire is so important to heir faith, Melisandre considers these cold-bringing flames to be the highest form of blasphemy and a mockery of the Lord of Light, some sort of twisted joke on the Great Other's end. And its for this very reason the Night's King has allied with them. As someone who seeks nothing more than to turn the world into a frozen wasteland and end the very memory of the humanity he lost, he has everything to gain by aiding their spread.
    • The world of Dark Souls regards fire as sacred, and as the First Flame going out will lead to the Age of Dark they are eager to keep it alight. Though they do not regard the two flames as abominations like Melisandre does, they don't care for their cold-spreading ways and consider them a paradox in nature. Mutterings in eldritch tongues show they think little of this as they aware they are just stalling for time and the Age of Dark is inevitable. Of course they shoot back at how the musically inclined Outer Gods continue to try and keep Azathoth asleep when it's thought it waking up may very well be inevitable.
    • Both are more welcome in the House of Ice and Cold. Kaldr considers the two particularly useful in spreading cold, and the fact they are living flame is gloriously ironic for him. Regice isn't interested in being an ally, but does find their coldness promising. After all, the Golem is so cold that air starts to condense around its body.
    • The SCP Foundation is interested in them, what with their inexplicable and anomalous nature. They'd rather they just bug off, though they seem interested themselves in anomalies like SCP-009, an ice which has inverted temperature qualities to water. The Auditors of Reality take a more serious stance in wanting to blot these flames out, as they make their job harder in classifying things when there's a flame that behaves in the opposite way they're supposed to.
  • Applies to Tulzscha
    • An Outer God, the Green Flame isn't too proactive, mainly acting as one of the courtiers and musicians in Azathoth's court. Though it consorts with the House of Music for the purposes of keeping the Blind Idiot asleep, the music is unlikely to be pleasant to human ears. He considers Dream to be very important in making sure that Azathoth still slumbers.
    • Has a literal Sickly Green Glow, radiating a clammy flame of lower temperature that poisons. While both Stannis and Davos don't have a reason to outright oppose the Green Flame(and it'd be suicide to go after an Outer God), they dislike Tulzscha because he reminds them of the wildfire that devastated them during their siege on King's Landing. Especially Davos, who lost family to it. Pugna had an interest in this, but Tulzscha couldn't care what he thinks.
    • Tulzcha may be more of a poison or radiation elemental that happens to take the form of a flame, rather than a simple fire elemental. With adjectives like "noxious" and "venomous" often attached to descriptions of the being, its manifestations in the House of Toxicity aren't too surprising. Hexxus certainly seems to like him as a sort of pollutant, but he likely doesn't fully comprehend what the Green Flame is. The Lich seems to, but takes more of a scholarly interest in him and has been muttering about the Almighty Idiot he sings to. The interest is derived from his own Sickly Green Glow and connection to radiation.
  • Applies to Aphoom-Zhah
    • The eerie Aphoom-Zhah is the scion of Cthuga, a Great Old One manifesting as a giant fireball. Unlike Aphoom-Zhah, Cthuga is a more typical form of flame. This makes him technically the son of Cuuko, who was surprised she even had a kid but has taken in Aphoom-Zhah with warmth. The Pale Flame has searched for the House of Vampires as his parent's servitors are known as Fire Vampires, but they consider them way too bizarre to count.
    • Freezing on touch, he is more at home in the House of Ice and Cold than anywhere else, even more so than Tulzscha as it doesn't seem poisonous. While Cryogonal found Tulzscha a bit noxious, the Pale Flame strengthens it. Olaf is naturally wary of the Eldritch Abomination, but otherwise appreciates being in his presence.
    • Briefly visited the planet Yaksh. Some time in the 29th century or beyond he chose to visit the planet again, now under the name of Neptune, only to be shot at by Robot Santa Claus for violating his air space. Usually Aphoom-Zhah dwells in the Arctic Circle, which has got a number of deities who live there on edge. Though its intentions aren't malevolent and it runs on Blue-and-Orange Morality, both Santas have warned it not to start something.

Greater Gods

    Alexstrasza 
Alexstrasza, Goddess of Purifying Flame (The Life-Binder, The Dragon Queen, Queen of the Red Dragonflight, The red leviathan, Life-Giver, Aspect of Life, Queen Of Life (formerly), She Who Is Life, Life of the Flame, Alex)
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Her Humanoid form 
  • Greater Goddess
  • Symbol: Her Crown and Jewel
  • Theme Song: Alexstrasza's Theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Cleansing Flames, Big Good, Mama Bear, Heartbroken Badass, Hope Bringer, Protectorate, Good Is Not Soft, Beware the Nice Ones
  • Domains: Good, Fire, Protection, Family, Life, Destruction, Renewal
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Complicated Relationship: Malygos (her other brother)
  • The Dragon aspect of life and leader of the Red Dragonflight. Alexstrasza has been both an important figure for the world of Azeroth as well as for the pantheon as a whole, being one of the biggest benevolent deities who abdicate for peace. Her breath is said to be able to heal, purify and give new life to the ones it touches, and her job is to ensure that life is preserved.
  • After a brief misunderstanding involving mistaken identity for a branch of Chaotic Evil dragons he's normally used to fighting, she and Bahamut have become quick friends, bringing to the table 6 dragon flights as the protectors of mortal kind.
  • Stays away from the House of Love. Even though she is a loving soul, she herself is very lonely and lovelorn as those she loves end up dying tragically. Her last mate died in the midst of a Zero-Approval Gambit, with no one knowing that he was actually trying to eliminate corruption. Everyone thought he was a traitor.
  • Finds much in common with Flynn in their mutual desire for balance between law and chaos. She finds Chaos philosophy anathema to life and the prosperity of the mortal races she has sworn to protect. Finds law philosophy to be offensive through its lack of respect for life's need to grow.
  • Is grateful for the House of Food. Due in part to a "predator's guilt" complex she has over hunting for prey.
  • She may be a Gentle Giant, but making her mad is a terrible, terrible idea. Known victims of her wrath include The Dragonmaw Clan (for stuff they did to her children) and the Black Dragon Flight (threatening all life).
    • Case in Point: Became absolutely livid about the events of the "Great Upheaval". Her first course of action was to grab the Chaos Lord by the throat and declare her intentions to "make his kind share the Black Flight's fate", burning eyes and all. She fully intends on delivering on that threat. All the while insulting chaos philosophy as a corruption to the true potential of mortals.
    • She had to delay those plans for the moment when she found out about what the Great Will was planning to do to Madoka, something that managed to even further piss her off, thus provoking her to alongside Bahamut bring in 6 full dragon flights (red, brass, copper, bronze, silver, and gold) to defend Madoka in The Pantheonic Rebellion. She and Bahamut plan to be involved in the "Deep Strike" front.
    • Another case in point: Attempted to burn Grima to ashes after learning he is a Black Dragon with presumed Earthwarder heritage and about what he did to his homeworld. Grima only got out of it alive by utilizing his own draconic powers. The resulting battle nearly tore the Houses of Nature and Otherness apart, as well as cementing a deep hatred for each other. Alexstraza is convinced Grima is part of Deathwing's brood.
    Alexstrasza: I will never forgive you for what you've done, and I will not rest until you have fallen, just as so many Black Dragons before you have, Doppelganger of Deathwing.
    • To this end, she is attempting to form an alliance with both Lucina and especially Robin to help combat him.
  • Alexstrasza is very protective of Spyro, since he is a young dragon. Sometimes, she can be a little too overprotective for Spyro's tastes. He feels he can look after himself since he's defeated multiple villains on his adventures. However, he is careful not to say this aloud, as he knows Alexstrasza is just looking out for him, and that she also has a fiery temper, which he does not want to provoke.
  • Like most good-aligned dragon-based deities in the Pantheon, Alexstrasza has taken a liking towards Issei and the members of the Occult Research Club, seeing them as valuable allies and also as good apprentices. Alexstrasza is - unsurprisingly enough - quite the Mama Bear towards Issei, and is also - much to the latter's surprise - greatly supportive of his desire to amass a harem, saying that it reminds her of the time when she had multiple husbands at once.
  • Lol Ranger tried to "troll" her once. Being an eons-old dragon Physical God, she saw it coming and decided to have a little fun with them. They looked for a giant red dragon, not expecting an elf to appear behind them. With a puff of flame, she left the entire team comedically and cartoonishly singed. The Dragon Queen had a good long laugh at the total party wipe caused by her counter practical joke.
  • Has nothing but utter hatred and disgust for Acnologia, the Black Dragon of the Apocalypse, who much like Grima reminds her far too much of Neltharion/Deathwing. He has no respect for his old race, willingly slaughtered his own teachers to become what he is today, and kept killing what was now his own kind because he liked it. Doesn't help that he is utterly unconcerned with provoking her temper.
    • The two of them finally clashed after he made a remark about how pathetic it was that she still felt pain over the loss of her last mate. A bad idea that nearly destroyed the Houses of Nature and Hatred and ended with them both on the ground about to blast each other's face off with their respective Breath Weapons. It took most every other dragon deity to pull them away from each other, but it's clear that they're on each other's shit list.
  • Alexstrasza and her sister Ysera were not happy to hear that their insane brother, Deathwing has ascended. They have begun planning possible countermeasures to prevent Deathwing's destructive tendencies from wreaking total havoc on the Pantheon. However, seeing as what he did to Azeroth just by flying, they have their work cut out for them.
  • Alexstrasza is none too happy about Kel'thuzad's necromantic practices and works to reduce every single one of him and his followers' reanimated monstrosities to ashes so they can't reanimate them all over again. She's tried the same procedure on the Archlich himself, but without knowing where Kel'thuzad's phylactery is hidden, she's come to regard it as wasted effort - despite being outclassed, battling Kel'thuzad is no easy task. Especially when at one point he completely blocked off her life-modifying breath to one of his minions.
  • Was ABSOLUTELY LIVID when she heard of Nefarian in the Pantheon and immediately confronted him, demanding justice for the son he brainwashed and tortured many years ago. Blackwing merely laughed in her face, taunting her about the fact she was a poor careless mother that let her own son die. The ensuing battle destroyed half of the houses of Narrative and nature until Ysera stopped the conflict. Needless to say, the Lifebinder is currently planning to strike down the Black Dragon herself.
  • She personally welcomed her brother Nozdormu into the pantheon alongside her sister Ysera. Unfortunately for them, Nozdormu just went to his temple, barely greeting them, and secluded himself inside.
  • Alexstrasza eventually came to visit and made friends with Recca Hanabishi, though mainly at first because she's friends with Madoka and learned of the same-named Dragon amongst him. She's actually impressed with what he has done to battle against the affront to all nature that is the Tendou Jigoku, and while she is glad that things went well for his 'Princess', she's quite honored that said Princess could heal living beings' wounds. She offers a team up in case there needs to be a mass restoration with flames. On both sides.
  • There have been rumors that Alexstrasza has fallen into a deep Heroic BSoD due to the killing of Deathwing in the mortal world rendering the dragons on Azeroth sterile, and that's why she and the Red Dragonflight hasn't directly involved themselves with the Legion's return despite it being part of her responsibilities as an Aspect. Of course, it's still a bad idea to taunt her about the fact unless you want to experience a dragon's digestive system.
  • Eventually, after hearing some tales from Chronormu/Chromie about having fun in the Nexus, Alexstrasza decided to join in the fray. Before that, she decided to have a spar with Hanzo Shimada first and was at least impressed with his performance. When asked why she would bother with a brother-killer like him, Alexstrasza only responded with "You judge yourself too lowly."
  • "I bring life and hope"

    Hestia 
Hestia, Goddess of Comforting Fire (Vesta, The Last Olympian)
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  • Greater Goddess
  • Symbol: The hearth
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Benevolent Physical Goddess of the hearth, Actual Pacifist, Almighty Janitor (in both senses of the phrase), the most benevolent Olympian, mostly underestimated domains, Living Emotional Crutch, Maiden Aunt, sole moral center and Reasonable Authority Figure of the Greek Pantheon, Only Sane Woman, The Reliable One, Virgin Power, Proper Lady, never gives in to anger
  • Domain(s): Sacrifice Hearth, Architecture, Family, Home, Political Buildings
  • Followers: Kantri, the Sword Worlders, Antimony Carver
  • Allies: the Greek/Roman Pantheon (even Ares and Hades, who behave themselves in her presence, and including the other Zeus), Percy Jackson, Wonder Woman, the Chosen Undead, the Bearer of the Curse
  • Pities: Victims of her family's punishments (like Arachne and Medusa)
  • Opposes: Melkor, Lucifer, YHVH, the Divine Powers, Walder Frey, the evil deities in her sub-house, Pyro Maniacs
  • Hestia was the eldest child of Cronus and Rhea and goddess of the hearth, meaning that she was the goddess of home, house, and family. She was an important goddess, but one whose domains didn't lend to participation in many stories, making her quite forgettable (though one series drew attention to her). This, in addition to her modest and discreet nature, keeps her out of trouble.
  • After hearing of the Trope Pantheons and that much of her siblings and their children are already there, Hestia decided to follow them in hopes of keeping them in line. However, she was surprised to see several more deities in there, including the gods her family has made actual friends with, the gods they've been fighting against, a "sanitized" incarnation of Zeus, and everything in between. There was also the Court of the Gods that proved to be an obstacle to her immediate entry as a goddess, but after reviewing her profile, they let her through and she was able to settle in the house of Nature.
    • As a bonus, because of her location, she's in the same place as Zeus, so she can keep an eye on him and mediate between him and whoever he's talking with, especially if it's with one of their siblings or their children.
    • Speaking of enemies, seeing the leading factions in the Pantheonic Wars (as well as the various neutral parties that are threats enough on their own), she's come to not like YHVH for his intolerance for other deities, Lucifer because his ideal world will leave no place for hearths, Nekron for his desires to destroy everything, Melkor for being is a bigger asshole than any of her family members, and the Divine Powers, because they don't at all have humanity's best interests at heart. As such, Hestia has allied with Cosmos on the GUAG as a result.
  • Another title she has is as the Goddess of Sacrifice since she always gets the first offer in ancient times.
  • Just because she's a mostly peaceful goddess doesn't mean she's an "easy" target. She is beloved by her family so much that whenever her hearth is put out, the other Greek gods will consider it a personal offense to them and will smite the household of the culprit all at once. So don't hurt her, unless you want an entire Pantheon of pissed off Gods on your ass.
  • As the sub-house of Fire and Heat can be a dangerous place, Hestia's temple often serves as a sanctuary for those who visit without (sufficient) fire resistances (at least those who can make it here, anyway).
  • Since she didn't make an appearance throughout Kratos's rampage, it can be insinuated there that Hestia (and Demeter) were the last of the original six Olympians who have survived if Pandora's box didn't get them killed by their fellow deities. While it didn't sit well with her that the Ghost of Sparta slaughtered her entire family, their escalated douchebaggery there (not helped by Kratos opening Pandora's Box) left her at odds to how she should regard him. Now having a family of his own and having lost his at the beginning of his path to vengeance, Kratos knows what it feels like and avoids her.
  • Was visited by Bell Cranel, who was a little disappointed that it wasn't his familia member. He also noted that she's dressed up much more conservatively. Still, she allows him in whenever he's around.
  • As bonfires are vital in their journey, the Chosen Undead and the Bearer of the Curse are grateful to Hestia for representing the much-needed comforts of fire.
  • Gives her blessing to the many adventurers who take breaks in their adventuring at the Ancestor's Darkst Estate; they need every bit of luck in there.
  • In one universe, Hestia was the Last Olympian, and usually takes the form of a young girl in a brown dress, has warm flames in place of her eyes. When she was using that masquerade in Camp Half-Blood, she was there stoking the campfire, and very few ever stopped to speak with her. She was the primary force behind Percy Jackson fulfilling the prophecy about him by showing him the importance of knowing when is the right time to concede. Though she didn't partake in the final battle in that take, it is she that destroyed the scythe of her father, Kronos, who is thankfully not in the Pantheon. Yet.
    • Speaking of Kronos, this (and seeing the Moirai born as old woman is perhaps the real reason who she elects to remain a virgin; she wants to avoid the trauma of any husband reacting like her father or having children with disturbing appearances. Not that Hestia will confirm this, though.
    • Thanks to that universe, Hestia has a few more abilities revealed: pyrokinesis, conjuration of food (with home-cooked quality, no less, which she can also do manually), transporting people back to their hearths (in the Pantheon's case, a deity's own temple), enforcing a Truce Zone effect whenever she's in the area (especially to her fellow Greek gods), shapeshifting (though it's not often utilized), and immunity to amokinesis and other Charm-like effects (as Aphrodite can attest to).
    • Another thing of note is that pertaining to her domain, her temple is a Place of Protection even against Overdeities, though hospitality is not to be abused; any pursuers are allowed in as well, though they have to not fight one another while inside. In addition, she can now evict people from her temple if she so wishes by way of sending them back to their hearths/temples.
  • Being a Greek goddess, Wonder Woman worships Hestia as well and is glad to hear yet another of them arriving here. It also helps that, Hestia is not a Jerkass Goddess like Hera (most of the time) or Athena (even if only at her worst).
  • As someone who violated Sacred Hospitality by instigating a slaughter in his own home, she shares her despisal for Walder Frey with Zeus.

    Ragnaros 
BEHOLD, RAGNAROS!

Ragnaros the Firelord, God of PURGING BY FIRE! (The Firelord, Rag, Elemental Lord of Fire, The Living Flame, King of the Fire Elementals, Lord of Fire, Lil' Raggy, Yolorag, RNGaros, The Lightlord)

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As the Lightlord 
  • Greater God (Intermediate God when awakened TOO SOON!)
  • Symbol: His Fiery Hammer, Sulfuras.
  • Theme Song: Molten Core
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (Many view him as Chaotic Evil). Lawful Good as the Lightlord.
  • Portfolio: Large Ham, Magma Man, Physical God, SCREAMING EVERYTHING HE SAYS, THE LORD OF ALL FIRE, TASTE THE FLAMES OF SULFURAS!, YOU WILL PERISH IN FLAMES!, MORTAL INSECTS!
  • Domains: Fire, Magma, Destruction, CAPS
  • Heralds: Garr and Baron Geddon, his personal lieutenants. As well as all fire elementals of Azeroth.
  • Allies: The Old Gods, Deathwing, The Fortress Dwarves, The Pyro, Garfiel Lynns, Azula, The Firebird, The RNG, Shadow Fiend, Flame Princess
  • Rivals: Nefarian, Al'Akir the Windlord, Kel'thuzad, Lord Jaraxxus
  • Enemies: Alexstrasza, Ysera , Thrall, Malfurion Stormrage, Varian Wrynn, Queen Elsa, Percy Jackson, Katara, Amaterasu, Aang, Sokka, Toph Bei Fong, Korra, Scizor, Flynn, Dell Conhager/The Engineer
  • Interested in: Hanzo Hasashi/Scorpion, Johnny Storm/Human Torch, Kyo Kusanagi, Yang Xiao Long, Zuko, Sol Badguy, Natsu Dragneel. Basically anyone that can manipulate fire.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Acnologia (One-sided on his part)
  • Opposes: Any other elemental user (Water, Ice, Wind and Earth)
  • Opposed by: Various Gods from Norse Mythology, the House of Insects (especially Durant), The House of Plants.
  • Feared by: Anyone who uses Nature or Ice powers.
  • Ambiguous Connection: Uther the Lightbringer
  • One day, the Fortress Dwarves were doing their usual things (digging holes, setting themselves on fire, etc) when one of them accidentally stumbled upon an old book of spells in the House of Knowledge. After they were trying new tricks to slay elves, they accidentally summoned Ragnaros the Firelord into the Pantheon. It took the combined efforts of the houses of Justice, War and Combat to stop the elemental lord's rampage but ultimately it was too late, the Firelord has already ascended into the Pantheon.
  • After his rampage, Ragnaros raised Blackrock Mountain in the Fire and Electricity and settled himself in the Molten Core. He currently is employing the same dwarves that summoned him and is looking for new recruits who are willing to follow his cause (Namely turn the Pantheon into a scorched field).
    • He is amazed on how stupid the Fortress Dwarves he employs are and impressed at how they worship him as the Fun master (In the dwarven culture "being on fire" is considered a supremely dorfy (good) thing). Ragnaros actually believes this dwarves are much more competent than the previous dwarves he enslaved.
  • Believe or not, he actually is not evil. His goal of burning everything in his path is actually following fire's natural sense of consuming everything on its path. However, his methods and most of his shady allies, particularly the Black Dragon Deathwing, put him at odds with most gods and consider him a really dangerous threat. He still doesn't care about what others think about him and he will still burn everyone in the pantheon like it or not.
    • This made him set eyes on the Yamato Perpetual Reactor and currently assigned Baron Geddon to strike it when the times calls. This didn't fare well with Flynn and is plotting to take down the Firelord for good
  • Is currently looking for a new majordomo, because one got Fired after awakening him TOO SOON and the other one was killed after the Firelands were raided. For your well being, try to not remind him of the former or things will end very badly for you.
    • Many mortals of the Pantheon have managed to catch the attention of the elemental lord for their usage of fire and he offered them a position in his vast armies. Most got turned off by the offer and doesn't want to get involved with him in any way.
    • The Pyro, Firefly and Azula all managed to become lieutenants in the forces of Blackrock Mountain. Currently, they are the only mortals who managed to get on the Firelord's good side (Aside from the dwarves).
  • Some gods have managed to earn his respect and in return he gave them the ability to summon him whenever they want. The problem is... Rag will rarely strike the target you want, instead shooting whoever he wants. Many blame the Random Number God for this behavior.
  • Hates when gods spell his name as Ragnarok and claims he doesn't have anything to do with it. The Norse mythology gods are wary of him and preparing in case he tries something funny.
  • Has the tendency to call everything inferior to him INSECT. Naturally the house of insects are not very fond of the Firelord and his antics, and it doesn't help that various members are weak to fire. The only exception to the rule seems to be Volcarona but even the sun pokemon can't stand him at times. Ragnaros response?
    "DIE, INSECTS!" *Starts throwing fireballs everywhere*
  • Another House that firmly opposes him is the House of Plants. Besides the fact that this house if very weak to fire, Ragnaros once tried burning down The Tree of Life back in Azeroth. This mostly makes all of his inhabitants (and by extension all Plant Creatures) fear him a lot.
  • Has his own brand of cereal where he is the mascot. The House of Food has deemed the meal to dangerous to consume but certain gods, mainly Kirby and Pacman, don't have a problem eating it though they claim it taste too toasty at times.
    "BY FIBER BE PURGED"
  • When they heard that the Firelord has ascended, the Avatar cast didn't take it lightly and immediately decided to take action. When they saw who he actually is they felt relieved and terrified at the same time that Ragnaros was a much bigger threat and decided to leave him alone for the time being.
    • On the other hand, Zuko managed to impress him with his firebending skill and offered him a chance to serve him as one of his lieutenants. Zuko declined claiming he is done serving others and he is not the same as he used to be.
  • Had an encounter once with the Necromancer Kel'thuzad that ended with the lich getting PURGED! (by fire). Surprisingly, Kel'thuzad resurrected seconds after being incinerated, impressing the Firelord.
    • Many gods wonder what will happen with them now that they have ascended in the pantheon.
  • Deathwing has taken interest in working again with the fire elemental and proposed him to join the GUAD to further their mission in burning everything. Ragnaros in turn has no problem with the black dragon's offer but tends to be wary of their comrades, especially Acnologia who reminds him a little too much of Nefarian.
  • Was not too happy to hear that Blackwing has managed to get himself in the Pantheon and even tried to form a team to strike him down. The Firelord currently enlisted his dwarf army and all his lieutenants for the impending battle in Blackrock.
    Ragnaros: I'LL PURGE YOU, YOU SCALY WHELP!
    • The court of gods having predicted the conflict between the Firelord and the black dragon was imminent, decided they should settle in a card battle until one of them is declared the winner. Many gods watched as both gods whacked each other with their custom decks. This is an example of how it went...
    • The bout lasted about 5 DAYS with either side not having signs of giving up. The court of gods decided to cut the battle out with no clear winner (Though most witnesses say Nefarian won the majority of the fights). Both gods didn't look very good after the fight.
  • Was once in a nursery run by Jaina alongside other WOW raid bosses. He blames her for the way he turned out to be.
  • When the invitation has come to him to enter the Nexus battlefield, Ragnaros brandished Sulfuras, and prepared himself to enter the Nexus, intending to purge it with his flames, and battling against Varian Wrynn.
  • In an Alternate Universe, Ragnaros forsake his destructive ways and decided to fight against the ancient horrors that were the Old Gods. While the Firelord has no memory of these events, he does respect the Paladin Uther Lightbringer. A fact that he finds absurd given how he doesn't know where does this come from.
    Ragnaros, Lightlord: THE LIGHT PURGES!
  • Many complain that he is too loud, which he personally stated that he sees nothing wrong with the tone of his voice.
  • He once decided to organize the Midsummer Fire Festival, officially the hottest festival the pantheon has ever seen. The ones that attended were mostly Pyromaniacs and opportunist looking to make money.
  • "BY FIRE BE PURGED!"

BE GONE FROM MY REALM INSECTS!

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    Surtr 
Surtr, God of Setting The World Ablaze (Surtur, Surt, King of the Fire Giants)
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Surtur as depicted in the Marvel Cinematic Universe
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: His flaming sword, Laveteinn
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Our Giants Are Bigger, Evil Is Burning Hot, Ending The World, Having A Kickass Sword, Flaming Sword, Light Is Not Good, Possibly Surviving Ragnarok, Arbiter Of Grim Fate, Kill the God, Hero Killer, Exists To Destroy And Little Else, Large and in Charge, Playing with Fire
  • Domains: Fire, The Apocalypse, Giants, Destruction, Swords
  • Allies: Ragnaros the Firelord, Brand, Fenrir, Apophis, the Lich, Nekron and the Grand United Alliance of Destruction, Aerys II Targaryen, The Grox, Deathwing the Destroyer, the Firebird
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Lucifer
  • Enemies: Every deity from Norse Mythology, especially Thor, Ra, all Marvel Comics deities(and pretty much everyone else) who aren't omnicidal maniacs, the House of Water and Moisture, YHVH, Nurgle, Yveltal, Heatran, Alexstrasza, Leeloo, Finn the Human, Xerneas, Swamp Thing, The Life Entity, Scathach (as Scathach-Skadi)
  • Respects: Beerus, Destruction and Destiny of the Endless
  • Interested in: Kratos, Aleph
  • One of the Nine Realms is Muspelheim, a realm of fire where the fire giants dwell and the first realm to emerge from the primordial void. Ruling them is Surtr(also pronounced Surtur), a Destroyer Deity with a flaming sword. When Ragnarok comes along, he is one of the major players on the side of destruction and the end of all. He will do battle with Freya, and bring forth the flames that will engulf the Earth. And he possesses more than enough strength to make that more than a prophecy.
  • Defined more by the threat he poses than an actual character, Surtr usually waits until Ragnarok is near before taking action. If his Marvel incarnation is any indication, he's rather cordial. And he may have been content to wait where it not for learning of the countless battles in the pantheon between good, evil, law, chaos and machinery. He interprets that as Ragnarok, and that it's time for the clean slate Ragnarok and his flames would bring.
  • Naturally fatalistic, he takes a keen interest in the House of Prophecy. He has a deep respect for Destiny of the Endless due to perceiving himself as an arbiter of fate. Leeloo hates him for representing such an apocalyptic prophecy, having faced off against "Mr. Shadow"/the Evil. The fact that he was destined to destroy Asgard was exploited by Thor for having him take out Hela and Asgard once everyone was evacuated. Thus he destroyed Asgard with only the BigBad as a fatality, defeating the point of his mission.
  • Siding with the Grand United Alliance of Destruction was natural for a being who exists to end the world. Surtr found immediate kinship with Apophis as they have the same function in their faiths-seek the extinction of all life. That similarity is also why Ra considers eliminating him very important. Scarily enough, he feels a kinship with the Lich. The Lich embodies mass extinction and nuclear holocaust, as he does the fiery apocalypse that the Norse foresaw.
  • Given what he is, the majority of deities oppose him. It's also hard for him to muster much hatred for others, but an exception to that would be YHVH. Not because of His morality, but because He represents stagnation in the Fire Giant's eyes-a world in lockstep to Law, not having the freedom to change is completely antithetical to an agent of change like himself. He feels the same about Nurgle's desire to preserve life to the microbial level, as horrible as that can become. His opposition to Law is helped by being one of the three Chaos lieutenants, though he would like to remind Lucifer it's a part-time gig. He does respect the Fallen Angel enough to get along as he's a fellow agent of change.
  • Has a heated alliance with Zamasu, due to the rogue Kaioshin's hypocrisy and narcissism. Like him, Zamasu(specifically Goku Black and Future Zamasu) ushered in the death of the other gods and hope to terminate all other intelligent life. However, Zamasu still holds on to the belief that he is bringing a better world, and thinks the flames Surtr brings would sully the world's beauty. However, like the GUAD, the King of the Fire Giants is far too useful for him to take out gods and mortals that challenge his vision. They've made no bones about trying to kill each other the nanosecond one no longer needs the other.
    • For the time he also works with Mem Aleph as she seeks to effectively destroy the world to spring life anew. Given their different methods, this is a temporary arrangement and like Zamasu will eventually turn on the Fire Giant.
  • A Destroyer Deity, he has a cordial relationship with Destruction of the Endless. Sure, Destruction isn't evil and has retired, but he's Affably Evil enough to respect his old position and seniority. And while not villainous, Beerus is destructive and amoral enough that Surtr can respect him as well. Yveltal, however, doesn't like his evil nature when it comes to destruction.
  • Finn the Human believes he has some sort of relationship with the Fire Kingdom and his ex-girlfriend Fire Princess. Surtr thinks so, believing Fire Elementals and Fire Giants both emerged from the same primal fire at the dawn of time. Finn's experience with the Fire Kingdom and history of opposing evil makes him a Worthy Opponent in Surtr's eyes as well. Though seeking to destroy the world, he's seen to show kindness towards other "life of the flame".
  • Considers himself the Nine Realms counterpart to Ragnaros the Firelord and Brand. As they seek to burn the whole world and are fire elementals, it's natural they'd get along. He gets along with Deathwing the Destroyer and the Firebird for being fiery heralds of the apocalypse as well. Alexstrasza was horrified at another fiery destroyer ascending. Heatran is avoiding Surtr out of disgust for being an evil bringer of fiery death, and the fact Surtr is interested in the Pokemon's destructive potential.
  • Pyromaniacs were very happy to see Surtr ascend. King Aerys wants to test wildfire compared to what Surtr can do, in hopes of finally burning down King's Landing and even Westeros if he feels like it. The Grox wanted Surtr to burn down the world, as it would make it more habitable for them.
  • Interested in Kratos for his ability to destroy the gods, and Aleph for the same reason along with how he managed to slay YHVH. Knowing how they react to being used, this can only end badly for Surtr.
  • In an alternate timeline, rather than bringing about the end of the Age of Gods Surtr instead chose to end the world in it's entirety after deciding that since he'll be dead either way it won't matter. The events of this resulted in a particularly botched variation of Ragnarok in which the world was barely held together by a version of Skadi that had fused with Scathach. This version ended up becoming a Servant for the Crypter Ophelia Phamrsolone, whom he developed an obsession for.

    Teostra and Lunastra 
Teostra and Lunastra, Dragon Gods of Fiery Lions (Teostra: Teo Teskator, Flame King Dragon, Toaster | Lunastra: Nana Tesukatori, Empress of Flame, Flame Princess Dragon)
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Teostra
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Lunastra
  • Greater Deities
  • Symbol: Their Hunter's Guild Icons
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Lightning Bruisers, Red Oni, Blue Oni (Inverted during mating season), Catlike Dragons, Battle Aura, Playing with Fire, Expelling Explosive Powder, Supernovas, Combination Attack, Ice Element Weakness, Rarely seen together in the wild but can and will fight together
  • Domains: Fire, Explosions, Lions, Dragons
  • High Priest: Pyroar
  • On good terms with: Bastet, The House of Dragons (esp. Spyro)
  • Rivals: Akantor, Odibatorasu
  • Enemies: Nergigante, Ozai, Azula, Lysandre
  • Respected by: The Clan cats
  • Avoids: The Houses of Water and Moisture and Ice and Cold
  • Opposed by/Opposes: The Monster Hunters
  • Elder Dragons as a whole are dangerous. It's partly for the point of their classification: They're creatures with powers akin to natural disasters but the damage to the world around them (usually) isn't out of ill intent. For example, the Gore Magala spreads a frenzy-inducing virus on its scales, sure, but in this stage, they can't even see the world around them otherwise and they need to shed so much of it to get a good read on everything. Of course, this doesn't necessarily mean the Elder Dragons are your typical gentle giants either. Far from it, and this can be exemplified by the chimera-like/manticore-like Elder Dragons, Teostra and Lunastra. A fearsome pair in battle, their temperament is harsh and brutal as the volcanic wastelands they rule over and the elements they use against potential foes.
  • Their arrival was heralded by a heatwave hitting the House of Felines. Noticing the sudden spike in temperature, denizens from within the Sub-Houses of Fire and Heat and Weather were called into question while House authorities were brought into the mix to further look into the problem. While helping the House cope with the increase in temperatures, Olaf (Nintendo Wars) and Jack Frost took note of a black, spiky dragon flying overhead seemingly scouting for something. Or rather someone. They wasted no time in notifying everyone along with contacting the Hunter's Guild for assistance. Almost immediately recognizing what was going on four Monsters enlisted the help of Olaf and Bastet to aid them.
    • Sure enough, there was indeed a Teostra roaming the remote parts of the House — with whatever life nearby is currently wasting away from the flames. When they tried to approach further, the dragon from before known as Nergigante, burst through them to fight the Teostra. While explosions burst readily like fireworks in a festival, the Extinction Dragon had its prey cornered, or so it would seem. Flying just as fast in an azure blur Teostra's mate, Lunastra, had entered the scene in order to defend him. Bastet and team this time wasted no moments in assisting the Elder Dragons and they all managed to drive away the black dragon. While everyone prepared for another fight as the two Elder Dragons turned Bastet managed to diffuse the situation and actually managed to peacefully convince them to leave. As a consequence of their trouble, they both became deities by request of the Monster Hunters to help keep track of them.
  • As one may expect from their titles, both by the Hunter's Guild and the Trope Pantheons, their bread and butter is fire, which they release from the flame sacs in their mouths which they use in conjunction with their natural speed and strength. But the real star of the show here is their old scales in which they spread around to act as explosive powder of which they ignite by gnashing their teeth akin to flint. It sounds simple, but the way they go about spreading it keeps opponents on their toes. Their deadliest attack with their explosive powder is a Sphere of Destruction - the fittingly named Supernova. Their Bond Attack, preformed via Mating Dance, is not only bigger but a hell of a lot more potent.
    • Before, Lunastra wasn't all that different from Teostra in terms of abilities. In fact, you may even just call her the weaker version until reports in the New World surfaced. For one, the area close around her is hot enough to burn people if ill-prepared. And Lunastra spreads around patches of blue fire that burn on which on its own simply burns those touching it, but its true purpose is to enhance both her's and Teostra's attacks. Trying to blind her with Flashpods or those similar to it at best do nothing and at worst piss her off to activate a Supernova, and her's heat lingers on after the initial explosion. Seems that retirement after the 2nd Generation paid off big time.
  • Ozai and Azula are looking into using the Elder Dragon for their own ends and Teostra and Lunastra are aware of such ill intent behind both father and daughter. While the two regularly fight against them are wary of stepping into whatever plots they have there is some consolation in that the two aren't out to work together due to their poor relationship with one another.
  • Teostra and Lunastra already made their home in the House of Fire and Heat as their title extends there, but the two have also been known to roam the House of Earth and Rock's desert as well and aren't incapable of living in locations not as hot as either of them and are no strangers to fighting Akantor and Odibatorasu. They do, however, avoid being in the House of Water and Moisture and Ice and Cold for reasons that should not need explaining.
    • Reports start surfacing of a creature sharing the same build of both Teostra and Lunastra. But its color was that of a snowy blue and it boasted a command over ice and frostbite, manifesting icebergs and blizzards to deep six its opponents. The Monster Hunters identify it as the two's Origin Species, Toa Tesukatora. Not only is it pretty old, but it inherits much more traits from both it and the Elder Dragon couple's ancestor. It begs the question of what happened down the line for Teostra and Lunastra to prefer the scorching flames.
  • If you ask around the House of Music you'll find that their themes, mainly on Teostra's side, is associated with the KFC Guy. Deviljho can vouch for this. Observe.
  • While the two aren't exactly creatures would find pleasant to greet and meet and go on one's merry way, you're generally better off meeting the Lunastra first. Territorial, yes, but she's courteous enough to give you enough warnings to back off or face brimstone. Teostra shows no such kindness. The moment he sees you is the moment your fight for your life begins. This behavior seems to be shaken up a bit during the Elder Crossing to the New World. Teostra is much nicer in comparison to how they normally act, which likely has something to do with their purpose of the Elder Crossing. That being to pass on as their residual bioenergy helps sustain the New World, though this attitude change is speculation. Lunastra, meanwhile, was observed to be much more aggressive and prone to conflict. For her, it was mating season.
  • They're welcome in the House of Dragons for their classification while possessing actual draconic traits since some Elder Dragons seem to defy the name. Though they don't have much of an opinion on their fellow kin since they mainly roam around their own territory, though Spyro is one of the few exceptions. As a dragon with some cat-like traits, he ended up crossing paths with Teostra if by coincidence. Teostra, being the aggressor, attacked on sight and expected an easy victory due to his puny size compared to him. The exact opposite happened, the smaller Spyro holding his own against him. Being proven wrong, likely helped by Spyro's use of ice breath, Teostra called the fight off and decided he was of worth. Later meetings between the purple dragon are more along the lines of Teostra's attitude in the New World.
  • Though the House of Felines thought getting another Greater Gods to stack up against the House of Canines sounded nice, they don't like Teostra and Lunastra for the heat waves they pulled off there which likely would have perpetuated had not the situation between them and Nergigante fizzled out quickly. The two, in turn, don't care for their fellow cats all that much. As far as other felines are concerned...
    • For their many legends and mythologies about lions and other large felines the Clan cats pay great respect to them for Teostra and Lunastra are no different in that regard. To them, they are seen as the mightiest of the felines, fitting titles indeed.
    • Mufasa and Simba display a similar level of respect for the two, though they aren't ignorant of the two's brutal nature. Oddly, the two Elder Dragons reciprocate respect for the rulers of Pride Lands. Perhaps it's due to the former's form as a sky spirit over the territory he once rules while the latter's Fiery Lion form when summoned by Sora.
    • Though they are somewhat confused by the Incineroar's bipedal nature (in that his previous evolutions are quadrupedal, we mean) the two admit they find the Heel Pokémon's fighting style interesting. Even if he isn't quite as strong as them, they do give credit where credit's due if he's one of many invitees to Super Smash Bros..
  • Through Incineroar and their High Priest Pyroar they came to build this seething level of animosity towards Lysandre for his attempts at powering the Ultimate Weapon and his continued plans to do so within the Pantheon. Though he has a Pyroar of his own, this does little to cool the anger towards the Team Flare leader.
  • Teostra's name can be rearranged to form the word toaster. All things considered, it's a pretty fitting anagram. Cause, you know, cause toasters toast stuff. We don't recommend bringing it up to the Flame King Dragon's face, however, unless one wishes to be incinerated by a giant dragon cat.

Intermediate Gods

    Agni 
Agni, God of People Inflamed (Fire Man, Fire Punch, Brother, Firewood, The Hero of This Movie, The Flaming/Burning/Matchstick Man, Lord Agni, God of Fire, Flaming Devil, The Founder, “Sun-sensei”)
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    Blaze the Cat 
Blaze the Cat, Goddess of Introverted Pyromancers (Cat Girl, Cat Woman, Princess Blaze, Your Highness, Burning Blaze)
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  • Intermediate Goddess (Greater Goddess as Burning Blaze)
  • Symbol: The Sol Emeralds
  • Theme Song: Vela-Nova
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Fiery Stoic, Opposites With Sonic Help Their Friendship, Active Princesses, Sugar-and-Ice Personality, Super Speed and Super Strength, Comes From The Sol Dimension, Purple Is Powerful, Broken Super Mode, Not Quite Flight, Loner-Turned-Friend
  • Domains: Fire, Royalty, Heroism, Introverted Personalities, Friendship
  • Herald: Marine the Raccoon.
  • Followers: Signum, Felix Ferne, Lupa
  • Interested in: Teostra and Lunastra
  • Allies: Sonic, Cream the Rabbit, Silver the Hedgehog, Miles "Tails" Prower, Prince Zuko, Shouto Todoroki, Daenerys Targaryennote , Flame Princess, Hestia, Finn the Human, Rachel Roth/Raven, Koriand'r/Starfire, Makoto Kenzaki, Steve Rogers, Karna
  • Odd Friendship with: Jake the Dog, Mitsuru Kirijo
  • Enemies: Eggman Nega, Dr Eggman, Solaris, omnicidal maniacs, Ozai, Garfield Lynns, Bowser, Sigma, Surtr, SCP-457, Aerys II Targaryen, Friede and Ariandel
  • Wary of: The Flying Dutchman, Ragnaros the Firelord, hydromancers
  • There is a world parallel to Sonic's, where there are Sol Emeralds instead of Chaos Emeralds and other powerful artifacts. The royal family guards the Jeweled Scepter. Blaze is the main hero of her world like Sonic is of his, a princess who has the power of fire. Despite this, she is cool and introverted, a loner until she spent time with Cream the Rabbit and ended up becoming friends with her. Her nemesis is a Palette Swap of Eggman known as Eggman Nega.
  • Officially part of the Sol Dimension, but in Sonic the Hedgehog (2006) she was inexplicably part of the Bad Future and Silver's friend. While the game's events retconned themselves out of existence, they were referenced in Sonic Generations. Their friendship in the pantheon has led the House of Time and Space to try and figure things out. The house has been helpful in letting Blaze interact with Sonic's world more.
  • Blaze is a Fiery Stoic, but not the only one. Shouto and Hestia both have a cool and level-headed personality, though Shouto also has ice powers. She gets along with the two for being generally benevolent people. Interestingly despite having the opposite powers, she is on good terms with Mitsuru Kirijo due to being defrosting ice queens.
  • Conversed with Raven about how they try to be introverted, though in Raven's case her emotion-tied powers mean she has a good reason for why she has to be stoic. Starfire liked how they were opening up to each other, and wanted to test her own powers with Blaze. The feline pyrokinetic can sort of fly with bursts of flame, but couldn't catch up with Starfire's flight.
  • Being an anthropomorphic cat, she sometimes appears in the House of Felines. Blaze was particularly interested in Teostra and Lunastra as they're fiery lions who are also dragons. They seem like the kind of beast who'd be worthy protectors of her kingdom, but for now they merely want her for the company.
  • She was not pleased to learn Mephiles tricked her and Silver into unwittingly targeting Sonic so that his death would be the Iblis Trigger, so he may re-merge with Iblis and destroy all of time as Solaris. Blaze takes particular offense to omnicidal maniacs as her Arch-Enemy Eggman Nega is one, at least whenever he's not trying to bring about tyranny.
  • Blaze wasn't happy to learn about how many crazies are associated with fire, essentially the polar opposite of her in personality and morality. Surtr and SCP-457 proved particularly troublesome, especially the latter since her pyrokinesis only makes it more powerful. She's less worried about Ragnaros the Firelord as he can't really be judged as evil and likes how Blaze's soul is lit with flame, but still, Blaze doesn't want to be near her.
  • Would rather avoid working with hydromancers as they're antithetical to her powers. Also, she's a cat. Kind of unfortunate for her that her world has a lot of water. She would also rather avoid the Flying Dutchman due to her bad history with Captain Whisker, but finds the Ghost Pirate more of an annoyance than a threat.
  • Was interested to learn that she is not the only royal deity associated with fire. In her own house was Flame Princess, however, she's a lot more passionate than Blaze is. Blaze was cautious around the fire elemental at first due to hearing some bad things about the Fire Kingdom, but soon found them to be an exaggeration at worst and FP a great ruler. She ended up being introduced to Finn and Jake, and appreciated their heroism. Blaze actually likes Jake despite being a comical dog, because his laid-back and carefree attitude is what she likes about Sonic.
  • Found Ozai and Aerys highly repellent monarchs, and their association with fire all the worse. She takes pride in the fact that Ozai's son Zuko is a noble soul that became a good Firelord, and that Aerys himself cannot control fire. Blaze still doesn't want to get close to wildfire as she feels it would out-compete her own flames (at least when not in Burning Blaze mode). She likes how Daenerys is trying to break the wheel and wants to support her. Well, her literature incarnation. She's broken ties with her TV incarnation due to her Face–Heel Turn.
  • Friede and Ariandel oppose Blaze the Cat because of her power over fire, since they hate fire and anyone associated with it as it posses a threat to the painted world by wiping away the current civilization in it, which includes them. It's more one-sided on their part since Blaze has no intention of threatening their world, but they're not listening and take a "better safe than sorry" approach to any pyromancer.
  • Finds herself getting along with Karna. Despite the fact he has genuine friends like Duryodhana and Ashwatthama, he has No Social Skills due to suffering from poverty and living in a low-caste position during his childhood and acts like a loner around others. Also the son of the Hindu sun god, Surya, and is thus blessed with his power. Sure, he can seem like a Jerkass but he's really an All-Loving Hero impossible to hate, and they ultimately get along. Blaze gets along with Captain America as well, since he's a hero dedicated to protecting her country, much like she feels she should do to her own nation as princess.
  • She can also be found in Power Mentalities.

    Charlie McGee 
Charlene Roberta "Charlie" McGee, Goddess of Pyrokinetic Powers
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  • Intermediate Goddess (she doesn't have full control of her powers and has to mentally limit them, so she normally passes off as a Lesser Goddess. However, there are hints of her having Greater God Potential.)
  • Symbol: A silhouette of herself with blowing hair and fire in the background.
  • Theme Song: Crystal Voice, Charlie the Kid and The Run by Tangerine Dream
  • Alignment: Between Chaotic Good and Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Possessing Pyrokinetic Powers as well as Some Degree of Telekinesis, Tyke Bomb, Struggles to Control her Powers and has Emotional Anger Issues despite her Quiet and Reserved Nature, Badass Adorable, Daddy's Girl, Sometimes Uses her Powers for Everyday Functions, Person of Mass Destruction, Powers Do the Fighting, Constantly Being on the Run from The Shop, Eventually Realizes the Risks and Importance of her Powers
  • Domains: Fire, Telekinesis, Children, Experiments, Conspiracy, Control
  • Heralds: Andy McGee and Victoria "Vicky" Tomlinson (her parents)
  • High Priest: Recca Hanabishi
  • Superior: Stephen King
  • Allies: The Hawkins Party (especially Eleven), Firestorm, Charles Xavier/Professor X, Matilda Wormwood, Group 1, Sanji, Mewtwo, Ethan Mars, Gunvolt
  • Enemies: William Stryker, SCP-457, Cinder, The Black Ops, The Vinsmoke Familynote 
  • On Good Terms With: Houses of Childhood and Adolescence and Despondency
  • Wary Of: The SCP Foundation, Magneto, Alma Wade
  • Respected By: Most of the Hall of Investigative Work
  • Pitied By: House of Family and Relatives
  • The Department of Scientific Intelligence, or "The Shop" was a government agency led by Doctor Joseph Wanless that dabbled and experimented with a chemical belt known as the Lot Six. They used the drug to inject twelve people, where the first two died without success, the latter ones began to develop latent telekinetic powers. Additionally, the last two subjects, Vicky Tomlinson and Andy McGee romantically got connected with one another and got married, eventually settling down with a daughter named Charlene, short for Charlie, who in addition to inheriting her parents' powers, also uniquely developed the ability to generate and manipulate fire. Despite this, The Shop was in no mood to allow the family to lead a normal life and intended to take away Charlie for research and monitoring and began a series of invasions towards them, one of which led to the death of Vicky and prompting Andy and Charlie into a nationwide chase where they run from state-to-state trying to avoid The Shop and Andy wanting to try hard to raise Charlie as normally as he could, in spite of her growing powers. Eventually, with one too many escapes and blowing up an operation on a farm, director James "Cap" Hollister calls upon hitman John Rainbird is called in to oversee the task who proves to be more successful as he manages to capture and separate Andy and Charlie from one another having imprisoned the former in a barn headquarters in Longmont, Virginia, and Andy having apparently lost his powers and becoming a drug addict, though he quickly develops an interest towards the latter for his powers and potential, even trying to get along with her as a janitor before planning to kill Charlie and take her powers for himself. The Shop manages to take in and look after Charlie for around six months alongside observing the increase of her powers' potential. However, Andy was able to escape, recover his powers which he uses to "push" Cap with his powers, and reunite with Charlie to make a getaway plan, but Rainbird and Cap realize the attempt and attempt to stop them, with Rainbird killing Andy. In his dying breath, Andy pleads with Charlie to unleash her powers and to reveal to the public about The Shop's operations and actions to make sure their actions are never to be replicated. Taking her father's last words into account, Charlie unleashes the full extent of her powers and destroys the barn, The Shop's facility, and kills several of its employees and military personnel, Cap and Rainbird included. Despite a manhunt being set upon her Charlie decides to embark to New York City and personally selects Rolling Stone as the media source whom she would tell her story, deeming them unbiased and honest with no ties to the government.
  • Charlie's story was one of which involved the unfettered nature of government conspiracies and agencies that would dedicate their resources and efforts into seizing and occupying control and dominance on events and individuals that may be of threat to society if left unchecked, though it may also not occur to them that their own hostile actions are what leads to the creation of something catastrophic, as demonstrated with The Shop and their treatment of Charlie, her parents, and those who participated in getting injected with Lot Six. After all that she had been through, it's clear that Charlie isn't through with The Shop just yet, though having told her story to a news source, she might have found some ease and comfort for that matter. And that's how the Pantheon ended up learning about her. One day, while residing at the Manders farm where she was initially captured, Charlie was greeted upon by a mysterious figure in a wheelchair who introduced himself as Professor X. While normally the leader of the X-Men, he was in contact with someone not native to his universe and hence, decided to invite her to a new realm. Initially, Charlie was on edge, given how last time, she was treated with hostility and feigned kindness and it took a while to learn that Professor X was genuinely polite and considerate. He told her about his powers and noted how similar they were, which helped in the two of them getting to understand one another. After a while, plus Professor X confiding that he will put Charlie's safety under high alert and priority, she accepted tagging along and the X-Men leader was happy to take her along to the Pantheon. Hopefully, she can meet more people with whom she can empathize and relate... and not deal with more conspiracies like The Shop.
  • Charlie was surprised to learn that the Pantheon was a place where those with abilities like her were more than open to being integrated into a society without any persecution or obsessive desire like The Shop. That said, finding herself adjusting into a new realm was admittedly a challenge as Charlie had to quickly learn that there were some with powers who weren't good people, so she normally tends to ask those she's well-acquainted with, like Professor X about who can she get along and be friends with. It helps that he has enough experience to make good distinctions between bad and good and that he's known more than enough people whom he can easily get along with, and he makes sure that they can accept Charlie for who she is.
  • As someone who has had to see her parents get killed simply for their powers and for trying to shelter and protect their daughter from being taken away and experimented upon, Charlie is often sympathized by the House of Family and Relatives, who expressed dismay over The Shop's actions. It's one of those Houses in which Charlie feels most comfortable as she hardly faces any sort of hostility there and most make an effort to befriend Charlie, knowing just how destructive and dangerous she can be in case she is angered.
    • On a similar note, she also gets along with the House of Childhood and Adolescence where she is easily able to feel at home with others around her age. It helps that Charlie is able to use her abilities for everyday activities and create some kind of spectacle, though she is afraid of the fact that her difficulty in controlling her powers can likely endanger the resident kids and deities there. Fortunately, there are a few with similar fire powers who can empathize with Charlie and are open to seeing her try to better her control and looking how and where to train her without putting others at risk. Charlie has since been happy with that prospect.
  • On the subject of families, she has a lot of respect for parental figures who would do anything they can to protect and save their children, even if the odds are stacked against them, which is justified as she and Andy were in that kind of predicament when they had to escape and deal with The Shop. As such, she found herself appreciating Ethan Mars, a formally despondent architect who had to go through a series of deadly and agonizing trials and tasks to find his kidnapped son, Shaun, whilst dealing with police officers who mistook him for being the Origami Killer. Ethan himself has expressed condolences for what Charlie went through and sometimes invites her to his place just in case Shaun wants company around his age.
    • On the Origami Killer, Charlie doesn't really have any personal thoughts regarding Scott Shelby, but given how he put Ethan through hell, she simply wants nothing to do with him and has made it clear that he'd be facing her the next time he does so. In contrast, Scott was complementary of Charlie's father, Andy, as he fits the criteria of a father who would do anything for their child and that Charlie is not only someone who's proven herself capable of defending herself, but also has a good father that is worth highlighting. Even so, the praise doesn't really mean much for anyone, let alone Charlie, whose stance on Scott remains unchanged.
  • Despite her affinity in controlling fire and possessing incredible potential, Charlie isn't a big fan of being a resident of her place in the Hall of Fire & Heat, instead preferring to spend her time someplace else, such as the Houses of Family and Relatives, Childhood and Adolescence, and Despondency. With the former two, Charlie at least sympathizes with and respected there, in addition to being able to play with other children of her age. With the latter, Charlie can approach someone to relate her story with and ask others to help her out in adjusting to the Pantheon and working on her emotional turmoil. With her Hall of residence, there's... not really much to do there. There are some deities whom she can get along with, but more often than not, she attracts the attention of insane Pyromaniacs who want to watch her burn stuff up or she simply either opposes or gets bored of seeing evil beings associated with fire. Plus she doesn't really want to use her powers as she's not in total control of them and doesn't want to risk accidentally harming her new friends.
    • Among the resident deities in her place she doesn't particularly like are Cinder and SCP-457. While they are powerful in their own right, Charlie doesn't particularly like how they're basically jerks and mainly steers clear from them, especially considering that the latter functions by absorbing flames with which it does to become stronger. While it seems to be contained by the SCP Foundation for now, Charlie tends to be warier of Cinder usually. It doesn't help that Cinder took notice and was impressed by Charlie's capacity to generate such a strong affinity to fire and appreciates the girl for "motivating". And when being "motivated" means Cinder wants to fight against Charlie, it's not a good sign and she just wants to stay away from him, even if her powers can potentially rival or even overwhelm Cinder.
    • In spite of her mixed feelings, Charlie does get along easily with Firestorm. It helps that both of them were the results of a scientific experiment in some way, except that Ronnie Raymond and Jason Rusch were able to use their powers freely without much hindrance from someone else and being on the run and is generally pleased to find someone that he can not just look after, but also keep in check of after learning that Charlie's powers, despite its capacities to become stronger, are still difficult to control. Charlie prefers to use her powers to provide for herself on a daily basis, so for Firestorm, it's nice to see that he can train her without much difficulty. That is, if Charlie is willing to be taught, which Professor X has encouraged so that she could defend herself better in the future.
    • While causing and spreading fires is her most well-known ability, Charlie has inherited her parents' telekinetic powers as well, and, alongside pyromancy, these were also prone to becoming stronger over time. Charlie ended up becoming good friends with a quintet of telekinetic users known as Group 1, all of whom were given incredible powers from birth thanks to an experiment a hundred years ago, though they are limited to never kill a human. Like Charlie, they, too, have the potential to allow their telekinesis to grow exponentially. However, both got along mainly because they had to deal with losing loved ones and learning about dark secrets that were kept away from them and that contained a shady selection of classified information. Charlie found their company interesting and likes to test out her telekinetic powers with them, hoping that her time with Group 2 can lead to bettering the control of her powers, which Group 1 is open to helping her out on.
  • Due to her experience with The Shop, Charlie tends to be pretty stingy when it comes to organizations similar to them. The most apparent one in the Pantheon was the SCP Foundation, who are not exactly well known but have played a heavy contribution to their own world by trying to mask evidence and acknowledgment of the supernatural and trying to mask anything related to them as much as they can in an attempt to maintain normalcy. While the Foundation does have some good-hearted people working for them and the fact that some of the events and individuals they do research, cover-up, and detain are indeed malicious, the fact that the SCP Foundation happens to be militant about their goals and are not above questionable actions doesn't make them win points for Charlie. They may be better than The Shop, but it's best that she would rather want nothing to do with them, although the foundation has expressed interest in wanting to learn about Charlie and her powers.
    • By extension, Charlie doesn't like the Black Ops for basically being too similar to The Shop as far as she's concerned; being government security who partake in questionable actions in the hopes of eliminating any evidence that could leak back to their command and goals, even if what they have to terminate is wholly innocent and doesn't know anything. The Black Ops personally see Charlie as a dire threat that's to be taken caution of, but upon finding out about the potential growth of her pyrokinetic and telekinetic powers and how she destroyed much of The Shop upon being enraged, they've since been very careful about how to approach Charlie, who simply wants to mind her own business.
    • Gunvolt was once an ordinary man who was kidnapped by the mysterious Sumeragi Group and was subjected to the Azure Striker Septima with which he was compatible, granting Gunvolt with the power of electrokinesis and chose to fight against the Sumeragi Group after being broken free by an opposing rebel group called QUILL. Being an assassin with a sense of honor and compassion, Gunvolt was not above sympathizing with those who've been through a similar ordeal as he did, with Charlie also having had to fight against an organization that was largely responsible for her powers. The two became good friends with one another as in spite of their feared reputation, they really don't mean any harm and simply wish to be in their own company.
  • Charlie found herself becoming fast friends with the Hawkins Party after they met up in the House of Childhood and Adolescence. Initially, the party was hesitant to approach the girl, but oddly enough, it was Charlie who ended up shying away from the group, as she brooding about the loss of her parents around that time. One of the party members, Eleven, took it upon herself to approach Charlie and befriend her. They spoke about their struggles and that's where Charlie and Eleven came to learn about each others' powers. The fact that both were chased by a conspiracy organization and struggled to adjust to a normal life helped Charlie and Eleven to quickly get along and soon enough, the former became well-acquainted with the latter's party. Although Charlie is younger than the group and has more feminine interests than Eleven and Max do, she enjoys their company regardless and is willing to protect them from harm. That said, the party does fear Charlie's powers as they're not in full control, though she tries to mitigate this by acting as happy and adjusted as she could.
  • Regarding similar kids like her, Charlie was interested in Matilda Wormwood and Alma Wade, who possessed incredible powers as well. With Matilda, they bonded pretty well given that both are simply normal girls if their powers are taken out of the equation and Charlie is interested to spend time with Matilda and read books. Additionally, Matilda doesn't mind Charlie's powers all that much and the two often have fun with them, with Charlie making use of it as a training exercise of sorts. Things are sadder on Alma's side, as she was a tormented girl who was a test subject for the Armacham Technology Corporation who wanted to exploit her powers. Eventually finding her to be obsolete, she was eventually offed but came back as a powerful and vengeful spirit to strike back at those who wronged her. Charlie feels sorry for her as she knows how it feels to be treated as a subject to measure her powers, but she also feels bad that Alma's hostility means she can't reach out to her and offer help, even if Charlie is compelled to do so. And she felt that it's best to leave Alma be for the time being, given her unnatural power and destructive capabilities.
  • As Professor X was the one who invited Charlie into the Pantheon, it wasn't long before she caught the attention of a fellow mutant named Magneto. Like Charlie, the Master of Magnetism also faced tragedy due to his nature as a mutant and in spite of his less-than-stellar actions and reputation, he had sympathy for the girl and expressed her luck, given that she was to be in the observation of his best friend, who was to teach her how to gain better control of her powers. Charlie normally shies away from Magneto, partly because she knows that he is an extremist who can be hard to trust and partly because she's not really all that interested in a fantastical life; she's simply more content being a simple girl, despite her powers. As a result, their interactions tend to be awkward at best, though Magneto does take into account not to corrupt Charlie out of his friend's goodwill.
    • While Magento tends to be mixed as at least he respects and sympathizes with Charlie's ordeal and treats her well as if she's a fellow mutant, the same cannot be said for William Stryker, an overzealous televangelist who developed a genocidal phobia for mutants, seeing them as demons. And leading other like-minded people like him in a group known as The Purifiers. As far as he's concerned, Charlie is a mutant, and thus, she must be killed, and age doesn't matter as Stryker will gladly murder any child that shows signs of being a mutant (in fact, he tried to kill his own son simply because he was born a mutant). It's no surprise that Stryker is one of the few deities that Charlie actually hates, given his fanatically oppressive nature and enjoying his kills meant he was a bad man. While straightforward though, Charlie is still a child, so her thoughts on Stryker would have been direct anyway.
  • Thanks to being taught by Andy on who to trust, he is hesitant of much of the House of Jobs and Profession, as she tries to make out who are corrupt and who can be trustworthy. To Charlie's delight, some of the residents there, especially those in the Hall of Investigative Work are rather supportive and appreciative of her, given that Charlie was willing to give it a shot in exposing The Shop for what they were and had more than enough experience to lay down a groundwork for the series of events that occurred about them. As a result, the residing journalists are open to helping out Charlie in her future endeavors. Still, there are some, such as Louis Bloom, that Charlie would vehemently avoid, as she was able to quickly figure out his unfettered and sociopathic nature, though Bloom himself is hesitant in wanting to approach Charlie.

    Flame Princess 
Flame Princess, Goddess of Flaming Hair (FP, real name: Phoebe)
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  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: Her royal gem
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral, formerly Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Flaming Hair, Mood-Swinger, Volatile Flame Elemental, Daddy Issues, Cute and Psycho, Cute Flame Girl, Element-Based Morality, Burning with Anger, Character Development, Hurt By Water, Potentially Apocalyptic Power Incontinence, Amicable Exes, Playing with Fire
  • Domains: Fire, Royalty, Power, Volatility, Romance
  • Herald: Cinnamon Bun
  • Followers: The non-evil members of her family.
  • Allies: Finn the Human (her ex-boyfriend), Jake the Dog, Rachel Roth, Natsu Drageel, Asuka Langely Soryu, Groudon, Nia Teppelin, Princess Fiona, Alexstrasza, Hestia, Ragnaros the Firelord, Magcargo, Zuko, Daenerys Targaryen, Heatran, Julis Reissfeld
  • On speaking terms with: Princess Bubblegum, the Ice King
  • Enemies: The Lich and the Grand United Alliance of Destruction, The Child Abuse Supporters (particularly Scar), Kyogre, Brand, Aerys Targaryen
  • Avoids: The House of Water and Moisture, Chaac
  • Opposes: SCP-4338
  • Flame Princess(actual name Phoebe) is the current ruler of the Fire Kingdom and the current Flame Elemental of Ooo. Locked up due to her unstable power, she has a short and volatile temper. Until he screwed it up she was the girlfriend of Finn, and slowly learned how to use her powers for good while also gaining self-confidence in herself. Now she serves as a responsible though still intense and passionate monarch of the Fire Kingdom.
  • Her father the Flame King describes her as evil, and states that's the case with the Fire Kingdom as a whole. Given he snuffed out his brother's flame for the throne and tried to off her as a baby because she was a threat to his power, this isn't exactly true. It's more that she sees morality through elemental perspectives. She's come to consider honesty and trust to be highly important.
  • Sees a lot of herself in Zuko; they're part of flame royalty, the children of an abusive fire lord and ultimately become better people who lead their fiery kingdoms for the better. She sympathizes with Nia for how she was abandoned and left to die like her, though her father ultimately proved much better than her own in the end. Good friends with Julis Riessfeld as well since she's a fire-wielding princess who wants to save her kingdom, though is a bit jealous that her relationship with Ayato Amagiri went a lot smoother than her own relationship with Finn.
  • She's also a good friend to Daenerys Targaryen for being queens associated with royalty, and having a volatile side because of it. She was disgusted to learn about what her father, Aerys the Mad King was like. Worse, in his derangement and pyromania Aerys is trying to make her queen and "upgrade" her with wildfire. She was beyond horrified by this, though the idea of a fire that water doesn't diminish does intrigue her.
  • Though not evil, her morality means she tends to get along with rather destructive deities. While she may not like his friends, she gets along swimmingly with Ragnaros the Firelord. Just like her he is the Fire Elemental of his world, just a lot more passionate about it. Finn isn't happy and assumes that he's trying to be The Corrupter, plus he's more inclined to see Ragnaros as evil instead of having Blue-and-Orange Morality. Ragnaros prefers to take on his form of The Lightlord as a gesture of good faith when it comes to FP.
  • She's generally on good terms with the fire-based deities in the pantheon, like Alexstrasza and Hestia-she's interested in the nurturing powers of their flames. Given she's on good terms with Ragnaros, it's somewhat awkward for her to be friends with the former. However even she considers Brand to be completely insane and unreasonable, not to mention what's implied to have happened to his host.
  • Naturally vulnerable to oxygen deprivation and water. For this reason, she stays the hell away from Chaac and the House of Water and Moisture. She really doesn't like Kyogre due to representing the oceans and bringing forth rain in its very presence. By contrast, she really likes Groudon as the Fire Kingdom's power is only strengthened in the sunny days it brings.
  • Given her background, she opposes the Child Abuse Supporters on principle, especially Scar due to how he usurped his brother's position and murdered him. And given what she is, she's naturally opposed to Lissandra and her goals of freezing the world. She's rather not get carried away fighting against her given the events of "Frost and Fire".
  • While they haven't met yet in Ooo itself, she's just as opposed to the Lich as everyone else there. The instability in her elemental matrix means that extreme feelings of love and passion could result in her falling through the planet over and over until it burns the world down. The GUAD wants to exploit this and turn her into a bomb to destroy the world, which has only led her to be further contemptuous towards the order than she and practically everyone else already is. Heatran can understand, given the GUAD wants to exploit its volcanic abilities.
  • Don't even bring up what she'd do if she went up to Tier 15. It's probably not even possible anyway, despite being the most human-looking member of the Fire Kingdom. Also, if you want to enter her temple, it's advised you get a flame shield if you don't have extreme heat resistance or are some sort of fire elemental already. Flambo is providing the shield.
  • Gets along with Asuka as her fiery Tsundere personality and anger/parent issues is something she can relate to. Because of how her powers relate to her emotions and the potential for Power Incontinence, she has been seeking Raven for advice on her powers and can relate to her issues.
  • SCP-4338 wants to get Flame Princess and the Flame Kingdom on its side, going so far as to propose a marriage. FP scoffs at the out of shape volcano god's attempts at an alliance and desire to stay relevant, and has turned SCP-4338 down at every opportunity.

    Rin Okumura 
Rin Okumura, God of the Blue Flame and One of the Anti-Antichrists (Blue Exorcist, Son of Satan)
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Click here to see Rin's full demon form 
  • Theme Song: Core Pride
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His sword Kurikara covered in flames
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Weapon of Choice: Kurikara
  • Portfolio: Playing With Blue Fire, Being covered in flames, Flaming Sword, Turning Against His Father Satan, Half-Human Hybrid, Being A Good Cook, Demon Slaying
  • Domains: Demons, Exorcism, Fire
  • Heralds: Yukio Okumura (his brother), Shiemi Moriyama, Arthur Auguste Angel
  • Teachers: Sparda
  • Allies: Kotaro Minami/Kamen Rider Black (RX), Kamina, Eren Yeager, Dante Sparda, Issei Hyodo as well as the rest of the members of the Occult Research Club, Jurai Andou, Kirby, Rosemary Woodhouse, Anung Un Rama/Hellboy, The Helltaker Cast
  • Enemies: The Demonic Legion, the Satans, Azula
  • Amused by: Hercule
  • Ambiguous Relationship with: Accelerator
  • The young son of Satan the Demon King and the older twin of his brother Yukio, who were both raised by a former Paladin and member of the True Cross Order until their father came and killed him. While Rin seemed to be the main target of Satan's ambitions between the two brothers, this was only because he was the only one who manifested powers from the beginning. This complicated the relationship between the two brothers seemingly to no end, but more importantly for Rin, all of this made him determined to defy his father the Devil and seek to destroy him in order to stop his evil.
  • Rin was ascended into the pantheon after a mysterious female secretary named Louis Cypher appeared before him, asking him to take on the numerous Satans that have ascended with the power that he obtained from his world's Satan. Wanting to stop the insidious schemes of these alternate versions of his dad, he ascended.
  • He can be seen at the house of Food making meals for others. He occasionally gets angry at Kirby, wanting the little pink fellow to savor his food and not just swallow it instantly into his black hole of a stomach. Nevertheless he continues to make food for Kirby and Kirby tries to savor Rin's food in return.
  • After he met Accelerator for the first time, he merely shrugged at him having the same voice. Though he was able to get it off with Jurai Andou.
  • He found it confusing that Eren sounds like him in english and other times like Konekomaru when speaking Japanese.
  • He constantly confuses Lelouch for his brother considering they sound similar.
  • He was happy to see more benevolent demons amongst the Pantheon, even befriending the Occult Research Club. He hopes to get stronger by facing Issei, but is put off by his perviness during fights.
  • Has had an intense contempt for fellow blue flame wielder Azula ever since she called him weak and pathetic for not following his father's will.
  • Was unsure what to think about a weak but well-meaning good guy fighting with Satan's name. When he finally met the guy, he found him to be Actually Pretty Funny. Although he insists on using the Hercule name over calling him Mr. Satan, not wanting to associate him with the Demon King counterparts.
  • Is sympathetic towards Rosemary Woodhouse, whose child was fathered by Satan through supernatural trickery just like him. He wants to help her with making sure the kid is brought up to become an Anti-Anti-Christ.
  • Sparda, a legendary demon general of Inferno who once served as the second to Mundus before defecting from and singlehandedly halting the advance of the Devil Kingdom, made his way to the Pantheon as the God of Ascended Demon and, as part of his travels through the realm, sought to encounter more demons who defied the call of evil like himself, as well as human-demon hybrids like his own twin sons. Rin was one of the latter who would meet with Sparda, and the Dark Knight took a special liking to Rin, offering to take him on as an apprentice and help him grow further in mastering his powers and swordsmanship. Rin was excited to accept the idea of learning from such a legend.

Lesser Gods

    SCP-457 
SCP-457, Deity of Malevolent Fire (The Burning Man)
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SCP-457 during testing
  • Euclid. Lesser Deity by default and can get stronger the more it consumes
  • Symbol: Himself, wreathed in flames.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Can split up once fully grown, Elemental Embodiment, Wants To Burn And Only To Burn, Evil Living Flames
  • Domains: Fire, Burning, Hunger, Fuel, Elementals
  • Allies: Ragnaros the Firelord, Brand, Surtr, Magcargo, Cinder, The Pyro, Dingodile, Firefly, Aerys II Targaryen, The Firebird, Deathwing, Volgin (as the Man of Fire)
  • On good terms with: The Grand United Alliance of Destruction, Bob, The Lich
  • Enemies: The House of Water and Moisture and any water user, the House of Plants, all Ground and Rock type Pokemon especially Kabutops, Omastar and Swampert, Jaime Lannister, George, The Spring Sprite, Finn and Jake, Ice King, Flame Princess, Alexstrasza, Hestia, Firestorm, pretty much everything and everyone else flammable
  • SCP-457, also known as the Burning Man, can be described as a being who exists only to burn. It has a vague human shape and even possesses some sapience, but conversations are meaningless to him. The Foundation has kept the creature contained but, after an accident in one of their facilities, the Burning Man escaped containment and hid in the Pantheon in a house where it felt right at home. Notable for burning almost anything and constantly perpetuating fire whenever he can.
  • SCP-457 can grow after assimilating and burning flammable objects and, once fully grown, can split into two different beings; if not properly controlled, both can cause a lot of havoc and split again and again. Thankfully, the house they are located in is a brimstone place, so there aren't a lot of things that can keep them growing, but, strangely enough, they seem to be content being there.
  • Good-aligned deities, mainly those who represent the benevolent aspects of fire like Alexstrasza and Hestia, do not like SCP-457. Not that it cares much due to a one-track mind on burning. Firestorm is a major exception to this, since his ability to transform elements like oxygen into nitrogen makes him an apparent threat to 457.
  • Aerys II Targaryen was in love with its fiery destruction, and to the absolute horror of the SCP Foundation introduced it to wildfyre. The Burning Man became far deadlier than before, as the nature of wildfire let it ignore water. At least temporarily, before it burned through it, as it doesn't seem to be able to retain wildfire the way it does normal fire.
  • As SCP-457's only desire is to burn and spread itself, it is opposed by most gods for such single-minded destruction. This character trait makes it very appealing not just for pyromaniacs, but the Grand United Alliance of Destruction as well. The Burning Man serves as little more than hired muscle for them, but as long as his setting things on fire isn't impeded he's happy.
  • The Lich understands SCP-457 on some level. While 457 has simple desires and wants, much like the Lich it knows what it is, and what it is is inimical to all life. However, he still feels that the Burning Man needs to learn more cunning so as to better achieve its goal of spreading everywhere. He's happy to teach him, to the dread of many Adventure Time deities.
  • In a turn of good fortune for the SCP Foundation, the Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors of Pokémon was discovered to apply to SCP-457. While the Burning Man threatens to turn the House of Plants into tinder, Rock and Ground-type moves are effective deterrents along with its known weakness to Water. This makes Kabutops and Omastar especially dangerous to it.
  • Very close to Ragnaros the Firelord, Brand and Surtr. As fire elementals, this is completely unsurprising. Together, they have caused even more outbreaks of fire and SCP-457 hopes their combined power can overcome the House of Water and Ice. And while Magcargo is part Rock, he is 18,000 degrees Fahrenheit and a comfortable source of heat for the Burning Man.
  • Appeals heavily to the Firebird and Deathwing for being an avatar of fire and destruction. Naturally, this makes it a foe of the Spring Sprite. Or pretty much anything flammable, to be honest. It doesn't care, it just wants fuel, wants air, wants burn. Want to burn, want to burn, want to burn.
  • A muse to all pyromaniacs. SCP personnel suspect Firefly was behind his breakout in the first place, rather than it being an accident. Beavis was amused at SCP-457's existence due to pyromania, chanting "FIRE! FIRE!" at his arrival. He wouldn't be able to stand the destruction 457 would bring, however. Volgin was much more pleased, though mainly in his zombified state as the Man of Fire.

Demigods

    Ronnie Raymond and Jason Rusch/Firestorm 
Ronald Roy "Ronnie" Raymond and Jason Thomas Rusch, Gods of Flying Firepowers (Firestorm, The Nuclear Men)
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  • Demigods (individually), Intermediate God (as Firestorm)
  • Symbol: The Nuclear Points
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Superheroes, Fire, Nuclear Power
  • Heralds: Martin Stein, Mikhail Arkaden, Gehenna Hewitt
  • Followers: Frankie Rye, El Diablo, Taranee
  • Allies: Shun Daimonji, Superman, Batman, Wonder Woman, Ghost Rider, Jin Kazama, Hayate Ayasaki, Human Torch, Guy Shishioh, Shotaro Hidari and Phillip, Edward Elric, Captain Planet, The Life Entity, Ma-Ti
  • Enemies: Deathstorm (Black Lantern counterpart), Lex Luthor, Dark Link, Hexxus, the Lich, the Child Abuse Supporters
  • Firestorm, also known as "The Nuclear Man", is a rather unique superhero in DC Comics; he is a combination of two different characters, but as of now it comes in the form of odd friends Ronnie Raymond and Jason Rusch. Utilizing the nuclear-powered Matrix, he's capable of re-arranging the atomic structure of substances so long as he knows their chemical structure, and able to fire nuclear blasts and phase through matter. And as with many DC superheroes, he has become part of the Trope Pantheon.
  • He was initially a god of nuclear power, however Utsuho Reiuji was sick of sharing the spot with him. At first she wanted to battle against him about it, but this never went anywhere. Instead, she argued that he doesn't really fit it well, since Firestorm's powers are more about transmuting matter like alchemy. He conceded her point, choosing instead to take Flying Firepower.
    • Even while arguing with one another, they agreed on one thing; the Lich is an abomination of nuclear power.
  • In its current composition, Ronnie Raymond is the main body of Firestorm, while Jason Rusch acts as the holographic head. Normally, they clash with each other, but when the duty calls…they become Firestorm. Originally the combination was with Ronnie and physicist Martin Stein, who's also partnered with Jason during his time as Firestorm. Firestorm has also had Mikhail Arkaden (with Ronnie) and Gehenna Hewitt (with Jason) involved, among others. As a result, they can all be seen in Ronnie and Rusch's temple as heralds.
    • Do note that as of Doomsday Clock, Ronnie and Dr. Stein are once again the current Firestorm combination. As such, the Court has considered promoting Stein to full membership in the Pantheon. However, with the constantly shifting identities in the Firestorm matrix, this seems unlikely. He DOES serve in the GUAG in an as of yet undisclosed scientific capacity.
      • Due to this new development, Stein is usually respected as a full deity anyway by other DC heroes. This has unfortunately begun to waver after it was uncovered that he intentionally caused the accident merging him and Ronnie in order to study metahumans from the inside.
  • During Ronnie Raymond's stay of death, Nekron reanimated him as a Black Lantern, where he ended up killing Jason's girlfriend and forcefully fused with him. Said Black Lantern later re-emerged as Deathstorm. Learning his living counterpart moved to a new sub-house, Deathstorm has decided it's high time he got ascended too.
    • Ronnie dislikes Dark Link, as he was killed by a Living Shadow.
  • A Continuity Reboot had temporally given the ability of merging into a super beast called Fury. Said ability was removed later in favor of returning to a more traditional style.
  • Missed out an event taking place in alternate universe where Superman has become a tyrant and rules with an iron fist. However, his female enemy did appear in said universe. Naturally, he opposes Lissandra due to being an evil ice woman like Killer Frost.
  • He spent some time as an environmentalist and fire elemental, which leads him to get along with Captain Planet. The good captain reminds him of the time he was made a fire elemental to an air, wind and water elemental as part of the Life Entity's gambit.
  • Jason Rusch recently joined Jin Kazama's Anti-Parental abuse club, due to his bad childhood and the fact of living with an abusive father.
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