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Here be giants and dwarfs, fantastic beings who represent the extremes of size. This house is actually two towns; Maxius for the giants and Minius for the smallfolk. Located on two hills of differing altitude, they rarely interact given the intimidating size of the former, however both are expected to treat each other with equal respect. As are outsiders who enter. Some in the House of Science try to bring up the Square-Cube Law if they feel snippy, but it never goes anywhere.

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Intermediate Gods

    Nancy Archer 
Nancy Fowler Archer, Goddess of Giant Women (The Fifty Foot Woman, Nancy Cobb Archer)
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: an Immense human hand with a smaller, normal-sized hand in the middle of it.
  • Theme: Main Title Theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (With shades of Chaotic Good.)
  • Portfolio: An iconic giant woman, Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever, Touched by Vorlons, Sometimes attacks with just her hand, Idle Rich, The Alcoholic, No one believes her claims... at first, Usually seen in a makeshift bra and skirt, Immune to Bullets, Woman Scorned, Later kills her husband's mistress, Sometimes is too Naive as a human, and apologizes a lot, The huge girl to her husband's tiny guy
  • Domains: Monsters, Revenge, Giantesses, Alien Contact, Mental Instability
  • High Priestess: Dr. Doris Zeul (Giganta)
  • Followers: Pilar O'Heaven, Mt. Lady
  • Allies: Steven Universe, Alfred Pennyworth, Scrooge McDuck, Jay Gatsby
  • Enemies: Susan Murphy, Wonder Woman, Kratos, Wander, Eren Yeager, The Ten Commandments, The House of Madness and Insanity
  • In Awe Of: The Colossi, Godzilla, King Kong, Gamera,
  • Wary of: Most ascended aliens (including The Ultra Beasts, Arael, Ramiel, Kaworu Nagisa), The Sub-House of Electricity
  • Opposes: Sterling Archer, Annie Leonhart, Bertolt Hoover, The House of Tainted Love
  • Opposed by: Shinji Ikari, Rei Ayanami, Asuka Langley Soryu/Shikinami
  • Pitied by: The Count of Monte Cristo
  • Originally a normal human, Nancy Archer was a wealthy heiress with a drinking problem and a husband who was cheating on her with another woman. This all changed when she transformed into her more iconic form after encountering a 30 foot giant in the California hills. With her newfound size and power, she went after her unfaithful spouse, killing his latest girlfriend and taking him hostage. It didn't last long. After her death, Nancy was brought to the Pantheon... to serve as High Priestess under Susan Murphy. Unfortunately, this relationship was a rocky one, with Nancy stating that since Susan was inspired by her, she rightfully deserved Godhood. It soon came to a head when the two began fighting each other, causing massive collateral damage in their wake. Eventually, the Court of the Gods interfered and removed Nancy from the premises. After listening to her side of the story, they decided to give her a new position as Goddess of Giant Women. It wasn't what Nancy had asked for but, in the end, it was better than nothing.
  • Her encounter with the alien giant left Nancy paranoid of the Pantheon's many alien lifeforms, not wanting to find out what they're capable of. Unfortunately, she has witnessed the might of the Ultra Beasts and the sheer terror unleashed by the Angels and let's just say, she doesn't want to end up like Asuka and going back to the Asylum.
  • Due to being electrocuted to death by a malfunctioning transformer, Nancy has come to be wary of the House of Electricity, as well as any other deity with electric and lightning based powers. It made for a humorous incident when she first encounter with Ash Ketchum's Pikachu, with the tiny electric mouse Pokémon sending her running in the opposite direction.
  • Wonder Woman initially mistook Nancy for her old nemesis Giganta, and proceeded to fight the giant. The fight was incredibly one-sided due in part to Mrs. Archer's lack of combat training and as such, Diana quickly overpowered her. The fighting only stopped when Steven Universe jumped in and pointed out the obvious differences between the two. But even with things cleared up, Nancy didn't accept Diana's apologies, and personally brought up Giganta to serve as her High Priestess just to spite the Amazon.
    • Speaking of Steven Universe, the young man gets along wonderfully with Nancy, due to viewing giant women as cool thanks to a... particular incident involving Opal. This, along with his fun-loving personality actually moved her to be friends with him and possibly use her power for good.
  • She was also mistaken for a Titan at first, and nearly got herself torn apart by Eren Yeager upon first encounter. Luckily, for Nancy anyway, Mikasa was there to stop him but the incident resulted in the three having a strained relationship. The only silver lining of this? Nancy now knows that the other Titan Shifter note  is in the Pantheon, and is not interested in any plans she's conjuring up.
  • Nancy's ascension drew excitement out of the ascended Seven Deadly Sins, particularly Diane, who had yet to find another giant such as herself. Then they met, and the Serpent's Sin of Envy was immediately shocked by the apparent size difference. Nancy on the other hand, was surprised that the smaller giant was self-conscious of her height and was in many ways her opposite in terms of personality. This caused a brief clash between the two and afterwards they've kept their distance, though that didn't mean they were enemies. Far from it. Diane and her fellow Sins have helped out Nancy with getting use to life in the Pantheon, and she's even promised to help the Fifty Foot Woman with using her size and strength for good.
  • While she may be one of the largest human-based giants in the Pantheon, note  even Nancy was awestruck by the sheer size and majesty of the Pantheon's other giant deities, with Godzilla, King Kong, Gamera and the other Kaiju being high on the list, with the sixteen Colossi leaving her even more flabbergasted. Unfortunately, it also resulted in Wander mistaking her for a Colossus and tried to climb up to stab a weak spot. For her part, Nancy wanted nothing to do with Wander, so she picked him up and threw him halfway to the House of Health and Diseases. That said, it was still easier than getting rid of Kratos.
  • Many thought Nancy was a relative to Sterling Archer, though the shared surname is only superficial. To be truthful, Nancy wants absolutely nothing to do the alcoholic, whoring secret agent, considering him no better than her philandering husband, Harry. Indeed, her relationship with Harry has also lead Nancy to oppose the Sub-House of Tainted Love and lead her to meet Cersei Lannister. The Queen of Westeros assumed she had found a kindred spirit in Nancy, as she had to deal with her failed marriage to Robert Baratheon... but it was anything but. Nancy wanted nothing to do with the Mad Queen and has kept her distance in case Ser Robert Strong is sent after her.
  • Interestingly, Nancy has found a few deities that she can get along with, some of them being in the House of Commerce. Scrooge McDuck was a tad impressed by her net worth of $50 million note  and has offered to put the money in a special part of the McDuck Vault for safekeeping. Meanwhile, she sympathizes with Jay Gatsby due to also being Lonely at the Top just like him. She's also on good terms with Alfred Pennyworth, who reminded Nancy of her own faithful butler Jess Stout. As for Batman... that's still up in the air.
  • Outside of electricity, Many have yet to figure out how to stop Nancy in case she goes on another rampage. Gunfire was ruled out as it has no effect on her, though some speculate grenades and heavy artillery could do the trick. She immediately said no to those proposals and walked off.
  • On a quick side note, Nancy's size tends to fluctuate. A lot. Sometimes she's seen as her traditional fifty foot self, while other times she becomes smaller than thirty feet, her original human size and, on very rare occasions, grows to be around a hundred feet; the same height she was depicted as being in a certain poster. She initially had some difficulty retaining her official height but with some help from the House of Time and Temporality, she managed to get everything settled. Despite this, she still ends up changing whenever she becomes mentally unstable.
  • Edmond was sad to see her quest for Revenge reach a tragic end. He believed she was justified for her reacting in such a way to her husband, but wished she showed some more restraint and consideration for others in her path. He frequently goes to her temple to reconcile with her fate.
  • Some have asked Nancy if she sometimes goes blond, changed her maiden name from Fowler to Cobb, if her father was as much of an ass as her husband, or if she went into space with two additional giant alien women while their husbands went through marriage counselling. Nancy has responded, in order with this; "yes, yes, why bring that up, and yes that did happen, can we move on please?"
  • Even though Nancy, Susan, and Diane are on rocky terms with one another, all three unanimously agreed on one thing and one thing alone. They have no intentions on exploring certain sections of the internet for... reasons they wish not to bring up. Anyone who dares to do so will be faced with the terror of three giantesses on a berserker rampage.

Shrek, God of Ogres (Love, Life)

Lesser Gods

    The Big Friendly Giant 
The Big Friendly Giant, God of Large Runts (The BFG for short)

Clifford, God of Giants Who Were Tiny In Childhood (The Big Red Dog)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: a giant toy bone
  • Theme Song: Clifford the Big Red Dog Theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Big Friendly Dog, Canis Major, Cute And Gentle Giant, Red-Furred Dog, Very Tiny As A Puppy But Got Bigger Over Time, Free-Range Pets, Red Is Heroic, Sickly Child Grew Up Strong
  • Domains: Dogs, Giants, Gentleness
  • Herald: Emily Elizabeth Howard (his owner)
  • Allies: Hachiko, Red XIII, Grey Wolf Sif, Jake, Fluttershy, Eliza Thornberry, Scooby Doo, Filia, Mr. Rogers, Barney, Curious George, Xion, Snoopy, Bigby Wolf, Galford D. Weiler, Kiba Inuzuka and Akamaru
  • Enemies: Dag, Cruella de Vil, the Wicked Witch of the West, Dio Brando, Vanilla Ice
  • Avoided by: Blake Belladonna
  • The reason for his huge size was because of his owner's love for him. That was why he initially ascended under Cute Giant, given how he looks despite his size. However, this was shortly changed after it was realized just how small Clifford was before he grew up, and so his trope was changed.
    • Probably due to this love-charged growth, Clifford's size tends to be inconsistent. He is often shown as being about 25 feet tall from paws to head, but can appear far larger.
  • He doesn't appear to mark his territory, and many gods are glad about it; they cannot imagine cleaning up after him. It's bad enough that Amaterasu's have a chance to blow up.
  • Speaks Animal Talk, which means he cannot be normally understood by humans (or most other sapient humanoid races), unless they Speak Fluent Animal, such as Eliza Thornberry.
  • He has been friendly to Jake, another dog deity in the Pantheon, though Jake likes to grow larger than Clifford, seeing the giant dog as competition for the title, even if he no longer holds Big Friendly Dog anymore.
  • Clifford is one of the few deities who can approach Sif's temple without instant hostility for some reason. This does not extend to anyone else tagging along with the big red dog, however.
  • He was happy to see fellow PBS deities (although he is unaware of the channel's existence) like Mr. Rogers, Curious George, and Barney in the Pantheon, though in Barney's case, he is rather dismayed by the fact that he (initially) joined for an…unflattering reason. Though Barney doesn't clearly mind.
  • When he first encountered Dag, he was intimidating enough for Clifford to immediately run away. Funnily enough, because of Clifford's size, Dag was also inclined to run, and tends to stay away lest he get stomped by the big red dog.
  • Bigby is among those who gets along with Clifford, given that he used to be the runt of his mother's litter. His true form also tends to be enormous, too.
  • Given his sheer size, Cruella is very much looking forward to getting his thick red pelt. And given she once ordered a hunt on a zoo captive and was willing to kidnap pets...
  • Indigenous to the Rotten Vale (and by extension the Coral Highlands) is Odogaron, a large canine-looking Fanged Wyvern. Noteworthy to its species is its viciousness, ten claws on each individual foot, and visceral red appearance. The last attribute lead the Monster Hunters and many others to nickname it Clifford. He, understandably, does not appreciate the sentiment.
  • As dog owners, Galford and Kiba (alongside Akamaru) took a liking to Clifford. Being dog haters, he doesn't like the Wicked Witch of the West, Dio Brando, and Vanilla Ice.

David, God of Gnomes (David the Gnome, David el Gnomo)

Rooftrellen, the Big Yet Sneaky God (the Treant Protector, Tree, Treeman)
  • Lesser God (Intermediate within his territory and given enough prep time)
  • Symbol: The gem on his forehead
  • Theme Song
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Can Be Very Stealthy For His Size With Nature's Guise, The Only Completely Good Hero In The Ancients, Slow Thinking and Easily Distracted, Combat Medic, Nature Hero, Leech Seed Transfers Enemy Health to Self and Allies, Kung-Fu Wizard, Balance of Offense and Protection in Abilities, Slow Base Attack Speed
  • Domain(s): Trees, Giants, Stealth, Support
  • Followers: Zaibach Stealth Guymelefs, Chel Vanin, Ironheade Roadies, Mongo the Uberninja, Gossamer
  • Allies: the House of Nature Preservers, Treebeard, Trevenant, Kellam, Optimus Prime, Link, other protectors of nature like Swamp Thing and Xerneas
  • Enemies: Hexxus, Mr. Burns, Looten Plunder, the Grox
  • Dislikes: Indominus Rex, Lucifer/Doom
  • Fears: axes- (like Mogul Khan and Paul Bunyan) and fire-users (like the Pyro) in general
  • In the mountains to the west of Augury Bay, a reservoir of mysterious magical energy grants strange powers to the beings that surround it. In particular, the trees of the region have been turned into enormous walking creatures known as Treant Protectors. For eons they guarded their region against invaders who would wish to pillage the natural resources or unearth the secret of their land, but over time the raids gained in intensity as the outsiders' technology, curiosity, and courage grew. As they saw the tools of the attackers, the Treant Protectors wondered whether the world outside their grove was still lush with plant life, or if it had been conquered by man. To answer this burning question, Rooftrellen was chosen to go and explore the world in order to study its current state and warn his kin of potential threats to his hometurf's well-being. That is how Rooftrellen found his way into the Field of the Ancients.
    • As for how he made it to the Pantheon, he was among Treebeard's followers, but his presence (and abilities) was only made known during another raid by Mr. Burns and Looten Plunder. There was also a time when Aghanim's Scepter went missing for a few days; that was him using Eyes in the Forest to set up wards all over the House of Plants. And that was how he thwarted them, and they never saw it coming. Given how sneaky he had been despite his size, it was decided that he be ascended, though that meant he has to leave the House of Nature.
  • If Rooftrellen falls in battle, a seedling will sprout from his body, grow into a second Protector, and continue his mission. If that gets destroyed before it finishes growing…well, that's what the House of Life and Vitality is for.
  • Rooftrellen is unusually hardy, providing a sanctuary for stuntwood sproutlings, a parasitic plant that otherwise sentences most trees to a slow, starving death. He does try to keep their spread to a minimum and understands if the stuntwoods are killed outside of him.
  • Has a small carving near his behind, saying "Riki was here" (near the left-handed runes on his belt). Rooftrellen doesn't know how it got there or who did it.
  • As a protector of nature, he's steadfast allies with the sub-house of Nature Preservers, as well as other protectors of it like Swamp Thing and Xerneas.
  • Is puzzled with and interested in how Kellam, a huge knight (though not as much as him), is able to escape notice without any powers like he does.
  • Being a fellow gentle giant, even though he's wholly mechanical and metallic, Rooftrellen managed to form a kinship with Optimus Prime for his belief in the rights of living beings.
  • Link is reminded of the Great Deku Tree when he's around the Treant Protector and swears to protect him whenever he can.
  • Whenever he manages to get his hands on Aghanim's Scepter, Rooftrellen always makes time to re-set his wards, which often get destroyed by those with True Sight, or just by plain destroying the trees (intentionally/accidentally) without ever knowing if that tree had a ward.
  • Is unfamiliar with the idiom "my bark is worse than my bite".
  • Despite so many potential deforesters in the Pantheon, Rooftrellen is on the lookout for Timbersaw in case he ever makes it here, and will alert the House of Plants as quickly as possible.

Skarsnik, God of Goblins (Warlord of the Eight Peaks, King of the Eight Peaks, King under the Mountain, Runt, RuntGit)
  • Lesser God, though he has Gobbla to back him up.
  • Symbol: The Crooked Moon Tribe emblem, a yellow moon with an evil smile and a crooked nose on a blue background.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Night Goblin, The Chessmaster, Has the Giant Cave Squig, Gobbla, who he saved and befriended as a young Squig, Even Evil Has Loved Ones, Large for a Goblin
  • Domains: Goblins, War, Strategy, Cunning, Pets
  • Allies: Gork and Mork, Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka, The Techies, Dr. Boom, Redcloak, Ganondorf
  • Rivals: Jareth, Grimgor Ironhide, The Metroid Hatchling (this is more on Gobbla's part though)
  • Enemies: Goblin Slayer, Thorgrim Grudgebearer, Belegar Ironhammer, Queek Headtaker, Emperor Karl Franz, Bandos, Link
  • Herald: His ever faithful Cave Squig Gobbla.
  • Chieftain of the Crooked Moon Tribe and the most powerful Night Goblin Warlord, Skarsnik is considered by many to be one of the greatest Goblin Warlords of all time, and for good reasons. What makes Skarsnik different from all other Goblin Warlords (and goblins period) is his great intelligence that makes Skarsnik an effective ambush strategist. All other goblin and orc warlords acknowledge Skarsnik's rulership of Karak Eight Peaks and the mountains surrounding it.
    • Skarsnik is never alone, for he is always accompanied by his loyal companion, the Great Cave Squig Gobbla. Ever since he saved the squig from death when it was a squigling, the ravenous and enormous squig became eternally loyal to the Night Goblin, saving his life many times.
    • Most of the pantheonic deities isn't sure when or how Skarsnik made it into the pantheon. All that's known is that the quiet and rarely seen former god of goblins was gruesomely killed and eaten in an ambush by Skarsnik and Gobbla before anyone even knew what was going on. Their title, throne and temple was all taken by Skarsnik in the aftermath. It raises the question of how Skarsnik and his squig companion entered the Pantheon unseen in the first place, though it's generally agreed that Mork (or possibly Gork) is somehow responsible for that.
    • Thorgrim Grudgebearer was furious to learn that Skarsnik had ascended. The Night Goblin is the subject of numerous grudges written down, and not just because he has taken control of Karak Eight Peaks, an occupied Dwarf Hold. Thus, Skarsnik is one of the Dwarfs' greater enemies.
  • To Skarsnik's constant irritation, his intelligence can't help with the problem with goblin underlings who're naturally too stupid to properly understand his careful and thought-out plans, usually causing too many plans to be foiled because his fellow goblins were too stupid. That's why he can appreciate goblins who're smarter than the usual kind, such as the Techies. Sure, they're not that bright, but they know how to make some real bad bombs!
    • He can also appreciate Redcloak, a goblin cleric who is also known to be intelligent and cunning. Skarsnik also realized that the goblin is being tricky on his so-called master, but has kept quiet on that, being interested to see if Redcloak can successfully manipulate the lich to the very end.
  • Scoffs upon Jareth's title as the Goblin King. He don't care if there's many goblins who follow Jareth's rule, Skarsnik don't consider him a true gobbo!
  • He was shocked to hear that in the War of the Ancients, the defender Disruptor has an item set that makes him and his raptor mount resemble Skarsnik and Gobbla respectively.
  • Skarsnik learned that there is a god by the name of Bandos who has goblin followers, prompting the Warlord to do some research on him. However, Bandos' holy commandment to his goblin followers that thinkers must die did not sit well with the Night Goblin, for he is very much the shining example of a thinking and planning goblin. Skarsnik has already begun making plans to spite Bandos by having some Night Goblin agents infiltrate Gielinor to convert Bandos' goblin followers to Skarsnik by any means necessary.
  • Link, having had to fight numerous Goblin-esque creatures known as 'Blins' in his many lives, is no fan of the cruel and evil Goblin Warlord that has arrived in the Pantheon. Skarsnik is aware of this, and has tried to dissuade him from thinking about stopping him by having his gobbos ambush the Hylian hero. Unfortunately for him however, these attempts has not only failed to stop Link, but it appears to have made him want to stop Skarsnik even more. In a fit of desperation, the Night Goblin entered an uneasy alliance with Ganondorf to get rid of him, though time will tell if that alliance will last enough.

Them!, Divine Insects of Giant Destructive Beings (Giant Ants)
Standard version
  • Lesser. Intermediate (over mutated)
  • Symbol: Themselves
  • Theme Song: This
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Giant Ants, Fighting Against Bugs, Being Mutated Thanks to the Atomic Bomb, Immune to Bullets, Kill It with Fire,
  • Domain: Fear, Insects, Radiation
  • Allies: Hank Pym (Rarely), Durant
  • Enemies: Godzilla, Fire-based Deities, Ahtal-Ka, Arthur Maxson, Rodan, Diane, Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun, Nancy Archer
  • A colony of ants who were bathed in the radiation fall out of the Atomic Bomb. Growing into giant monsters, they terrorized the US cause people to fear that they can overpopulate and destroy the world.
  • Thanks to their giant size, they are shown to be resilient to bullets. Though, not completely immune to them. Their antennae are also their weak spot and destroying it can cause them! to go blind. But one sure way to kill them! is using fire. The last one has cause them! to stay far away from any fire deities. Especially Ragnaros who is rumored to love burning ants.
  • Both Flik and Z were amazed at the giant size of them! Though, they were more concerned that their presence would give ants a bad name.
  • There has been attempts to utilized them! for good. Hank Pym did try to control one . While he could, the mutated state made it difficult to control them! for long. Shino Aburame also tried to make one into a summon since he was fascinated with them! but it failed.
  • While they are already terrifying as is, some colonies were exposed to other dangerous materials that cause them! to further mutate.
    • Some of them! were injected by the T-Virus. While there isn't a notable difference other then extra aggression and grotesque exoskeleton, they started to developed the ability to spit out a napalm like substance from their mouth. Also, cutting off the head doesn't kill them! since it can still move and attack. These mutations have been code named the Tyr-Ants.
    • A couple of them! were bathed in FEV which cause them! to developed flame resistant exoskeletons and the ability to produce fire. One of them!, code named Juniper Queen Ant, was seen as the stongest and is able to survived volcanic levels of heat and bathe in magma.
    • Some ants made contect with nuclear waste that was carelessly abandoned by Montgomery Burns. This caused some strange effect like giving them! extra eyes and even stranger the appearance of Homer Simpson who says "d'oh".
    • One ant was actually splashed with Chemical X. This caused it to evolved into a giant queen ant with wings. Its intellect also increased to almost human levels. It also gain the ability to generate electricity and fire out of its antenna. But the worst part is its ability to lay 12 dozen eggs a day which hatch instantly. This was nicknamed the Storm Queen. This version also gain an intense animosity towards Godzilla as it tried to assert dominance over the King of Monsters.
  • While they can be a terrifying pest to deal with, they learned the hard way that there are other creatures that are terrifying to them! One is the giant mantis Ahtal-Ka whose use of debris as makeshift robot cause them! to have a hard time attacking it. The other is the ancient pterosaur Rodan who actually sees them! as a food source.
  • A small swarm once did battle against both giantesses of Diane and Nancy Archer. While the incident didn't raised any eyebrows in the chaotic world of the Pantheon, the battle was some how video taped and sold as a B-movie called The Great Terror of the Giant Ants and Giant Women.
  • After seeing how destructive the mutated ants became to the Pantheon, Sergeant Tamora Jean Calhoun personally set up a squad that specialize in pest control.
  • Both Sig and Agitha attempted to befriend one of them! but it ended badly since they were too vicious.
  • For whatever strange reason, the Swedish gods in the Pantheon keeps refering to Them as spiders, no matter how obviously they are ants.


    Bilbo and Frodo Baggins 
Bilbo and Frodo Baggins, Gods of Hobbits (Bilbo: Thief in the Shadows)
Above: Bilbo. Below: Frodo
  • Theme Song: "Concerning Hobbits" and "Hobbits" from the 1988 symphony
  • Demigods
  • Symbol: A Hobbit's hairy foot, or Bilbo's beautiful green front door
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Hobbits, Good Is Not Soft, Badass Normals, Badass Family Members
  • Domains: Nature, Adventure (especially for Bilbo), Friendship, Hardship (for Frodo)
  • Superior: J.R.R. Tolkien
  • Followers: Meriadoc "Merry" Brandybuck and Peregrin "Pippin" Took, as well as all Halflings
  • Allies: Aragorn, Gandalf, Samwise "Sam" Gamgee, Gimli and Legolas (all for Frodo), Finn the Human, Jake the Dog (for both), Thrall, Gillius Thunderbeard, Lor'themar Theron, Drizzt
  • Rival: Raistlin Majere
  • Enemies: Sauron, Melkor, The Witch-king of Angmar, Gollum, Smaug (mostly for Bilbo), Warboss Ghazghkul
  • Annoys: Belkar Bitterleaf
  • Annoyed with: Jay and Silent Bob
  • Fears: Kevin, The Meta
  • Originally Frodo wanted to represent the title alone until he realized that his uncle Bilbo ventured before him, and as a result, both of them join to the Pantheon. As one of the original fantasy protagonists, they are held to a high regard throughout the Pantheon.
  • Frodo's reunion with Samwise was a joyous, tearful one as the friends embraced each other, laughing merrily. Bilbo was happy for his adopted nephew, but sad that his old friends weren't ascended. Gandalf for his part promised to do his part to bring some of them over. Bilbo can't tell if he had seen Legolas before, as that only happened in the movies.
  • Bilbo was surprised to learn that not only had he become younger when he ascended (to the point where he looked like he did when he set out on his adventure with Gandalf, Thorin, and co.), but he gained the ability to drastically change his appearance, from this to this!
  • It is said that Sauron holds a hatred of the hobbits that is a fraction of AM's hatred of humans (it may not seem much, but AM's rage is unmatched by any other deity). The destruction of the ring remains one of his greatest failures and the source of disdain from his master Melkor. He has made it his mission to burn the hobbits' temple to the ground with their heads on a pike.
  • Neither want to be anywhere near Gollum. A good thing too, because Gollum swore to rip the two apart for destroying the ring and his body in the process. They both thought they could be friends with the emancipated humanoid, but it was apparent that Gollum only holds loyalty to the ring.
  • If there is one small-race creature that revels in defying their originators, it's Belkar. He amassed an impressive amount of halfling followers who mock the Baggins for their stereotypical ways. Even his slight change of heart does little to stop him from harassing them. There is one thing he won't berate: Bilbo's cooking. The halfling is humble enough to at conceded the title of best cook to him.
  • One would scoff at the prospect of a good-natured Orc, but that is what Thrall hopes to encourage. Once skeptical, the hobbits now embrace the project, hoping to draw more orcs to his temple. Thrall hopes to unite the Horde to the cause.
    • Not if Warboss Ghazghkul has anything to say about it. He saw to it that his legion stays loyal to Melkor and his goons. With the nature of orcs in general, it's difficult to change things. He has also led armies to storm the hobbits' temple, though it has been repeatedly rebuffed by the ascended Fellowship members as well as all good-aligned members of Fantastic Races.
  • Remains on good terms with all the other fantasy races in the Pantheon. Gillius and Lor'themar have both pledged their support and will defend their temple from any invasion.
    • While they were sad that Drizzt had to leave the subhouse, they were at least relieved that he can stay in the Pantheon, albeit with unwanted company. They agreed to help Drizzt remove the stigma of the drow and continue to do so even when he fell out of favor with his own kind.
  • Bilbo was advised by his nephew to visit a human called Watson. At first he was unsure that he could be friends, but when he found the subhouse of Character Roles he was astonished to see a man who looked like his younger self... only quite taller. The doctor also enjoyed his cooking quite well.
  • One villain in particular used this to his advantage. Bilbo thought he could do a similar thing to a certain man with glasses. It turned into a horrifying ordeal as the man kidnapped him in order to get a taste. Thankfully, Frodo amassed an impressive search and rescue team that quickly found his uncle. The prospect of sharing the same avatar as a Serial Killer sends shivers to his spine to this day.
    • Frodo was also deeply frightened of an encounter with a flaming man with a voice similar to his. This is not helped by the fact he always appears nearby an armored knight wielding a BFS with a strange grip.
  • FRODO SHOULD UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES BE CONFUSED WITH A POKÉMON! Many a Pokémon fan groaned at the prospect of answering that question with ease only for the contestant to get stumped at the answer.
  • Raistlin fails to see the appeal of the two halflings compared to his own adventures with the Heroes of the Lance. He is only an allies out of circumstances and has never shown true loyalty to the Fellowship or anyone in that matter. The halflings can only rely on him to keep a promise, something that is difficult to get out of him.
  • Frodo was not pleased with how Jay and Silent Bob belittled their quest to destroy the One Ring, an adventure that lead to the death of one of his collegues and the agony of them all. He also doesn't understand the way Jay and Silent Bob were mocking his relationship with Sam. Of course those two would stick together to the bitter end, it didn't matter to them if others felt it was gay.
  • Smaug's ascension made Bilbo frightened, and he remains on the outlook for the vengeful dragon. Other deities ensure to warn him beforehand.

Leprechaun, God of Leprechauns (Lubdan; Lep)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A golden coin with a Four-Leaf Clover.
  • Theme Song: "Main Theme" by Kevin Kiner. Alternatively, His Rap from Leprechaun in the Hood (yes, really)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Domain: Greed, Gold, Leprechauns, Ireland, Shoes.
  • Portfolio: So Bad, It's Good, Narm, killing people with pogosticks, getting enraged as all hell when somebody touches his gold.
  • High Priest: Hornswoggle
  • Allies: Ralph Wiggum, Conal Cochran, Aran Ryan, the House of Commerce for obvious reasons, anybody who gives him a joint (like Snoop Dogg, Jay and Silent Bob)
  • Enemies: Oberon, Titania, Puck, Aisling, Dr. McNinja, Bart Simpson, Lisa Simpson, Anyone who dares to even get close to his gold, anybody who has a four leaf clover nearby, Usopp, Dennis the Menace.
  • Is Scared to Death Of: Alucard (Hellsing) and Alexander Anderson
  • Frequent Customer of: Steve Urkel, Randy Marsh
  • His magic powers are based around the amount of gold that he claims as his own. Many servants of gods has tried to take away some of it in order to reduce his powers, but most of them has had to pay the price with their lives.
  • He became an enemy of Usopp and Dennis The Menace when they one day fired some four leaf clovers down his throat in order to stop him from going on a rampage in the house of Commerce.
  • Refuses to be anywhere near Alucard and Father Anderson, any time he does they both try to shoot/cut him open. Why? To see if he bleeds Lucky Charms.
  • Became good buddies with Aran Ryan for being the only Irish God besides him in the pantheon. They usually hang out in Moe's Tavern doing drinking competions, until they start picking fights with other gods. Moe allows them to keep coming back because they actually pay for their drinks (Unlike many other gods).
  • Ralph Wiggum has an imaginary friend with O'Reilly the Leprechaun, who tells him burn things. He ended up mistaking the Leprechaun in the pantheon for his O'Reilly, who is trying to manipulate the simple-minded Ralph for his own ends. Naturally, Bart, Lisa and a few other deities are doing their best to prevent Ralph from becoming the Leprechaun's Puppet and/or next victim.
  • Aisling is disturbed, but mostly disappointed, that the Leprechaun, one of the most recognizable Irish creatures, is represented in the Pantheon by a truly murderous individual. As far as Aisling is concerned, a proper Leprechaun should be sneaky and a trickster, but not commit the odious crimes that the ascended Leprechaun does. Of course, the Leprechaun couldn't care less what Aisling thinks and only cares that all his gold is accounted for. If Aisling gets in his way, he certainly won't spare her just because she's a fellow creature of Irish myth.



Golbasto Momarem Evlame Gurdilo Shefin Mully Ully Gue, most mighty Emperor of Lilliput, delight and terror of the universe, whose dominions extend five thousand blustrugs (about twelve miles in circumference) to the extremities of the globe; monarch of all monarchs, taller than the sons of men; whose feet press down to the centre, and whose head strikes against the sun; at whose nod the princes of the earth shake their knees; pleasant as the spring, comfortable as the summer, fruitful as autumn, dreadful as winter: his most sublime majesty proposes to the man-mountain, lately arrived at our celestial dominions, the following articles, which, by a solemn oath, he shall be obliged to perform:

The Lilliputians, Deified Teeny Tiny People

  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: The Map of Lilliput
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral for the Tramecksan Party, True Neutral for the Slamecksan Party, Neutral Evil for Skyresh Bolgolam, somewhere between Lawful Neutral and Neutral Evil for Flimnap
  • Portfolio: A small race stuck in a military conflict with another small race, Secure a normally-sized human by tying him with ropes, At war with Blefuscu over the way in which eggs are cracked, Split themselves into the Tramecksan and Slamecksan Parties, Hires politicians based on favoritism rather than actual skill
  • Domains: Smallness, War, Capture, Colonialism
  • Herald: The Blefuscudians
  • Allies:
  • Shaky Relationship with: Pacifica Northwest
  • Enemies: Rebel Army, Wallmasters
  • Opposes:
  • Whoa, watch your step there! Small as they are, they are perfectly prepared to tackle any large-enough intrusion and handle them with finesse (Just ask Gulliver!). Luckily, it did not take long for them to warm up to the so-called "man-mountain," and furthermore found benefit in using him as offense against the neighboring isle.
  • Immediately after the people's ruler declared his introduction to the wayward visitor, he set in stone a series of amendments in which he felt Gulliver could accommodate:
    • 1st, The man-mountain shall not depart from our dominions, without our license under our great seal.
    • 2nd, He shall not presume to come into our metropolis, without our express order; at which time, the inhabitants shall have two hours warning to keep within doors.
    • 3rd, The said man-mountain shall confine his walks to our principal high roads, and not offer to walk, or lie down, in a meadow or field of corn.
    • 4th, As he walks the said roads, he shall take the utmost care not to trample upon the bodies of any of our loving subjects, their horses, or carriages, nor take any of our subjects into his hands without their own consent.
    • 5th, If an express requires extraordinary dispatch, the man-mountain shall be obliged to carry, in his pocket, the messenger and horse a six days journey, once in every moon, and return the said messenger back (if so required) safe to our imperial presence.
    • 6th, He shall be our ally against our enemies in the island of Blefuscu, and do his utmost to destroy their fleet, which is now preparing to invade us.
    • 7th, That the said man-mountain shall, at his times of leisure, be aiding and assisting to our workmen, in helping to raise certain great stones, towards covering the wall of the principal park, and other our royal buildings.
    • 8th, That the said man-mountain shall, in two moons' time, deliver in an exact survey of the circumference of our dominions, by a computation of his own paces round the coast.
    • Lastly, That, upon his solemn oath to observe all the above articles, the said man-mountain shall have a daily allowance of meat and drink sufficient for the support of 1724 of our subjects, with free access to our royal person, and other marks of our favour. Given at our palace at Belfaborac, the twelfth day of the ninety-first moon of our reign.
  • If anything is to be said about the country's political apparatus, then one may heed choice of footwear as signal. The Tramecksans, who are characterized by high-heels, revere the laws and Emperor; the short-heeled Slamecksans, alternatively, don't actively express the other party's fervent support, but have always been the ones to earn political roles no matter what (This includes the Emperor himself). If this sounds more like a categorization of people and law than actual political schools of thought among a population, then it must also be considered that Lilliputian politicians are solely registered into their positions by winning a rope dancing contest, and not by occupationally-relevant knowledge.
    • Furthermore, the Emperor's son wears one high-heel and one low, thusly leaving his political position an ideological puzzle.
  • Political affiliation (Class more appropriately in their scenario) is not the only issue dividing the island's residents; look no further than the Big and Little-Endians. Due to an accident the Emperor's ancestor had when he scarred his finger after breaking an egg on the larger, fatter half, it was subsequently written as law that all the land's citizens shall crack their eggs open on the smaller, narrower half. Not everyone took convenience with such guidelines; the Big-Endians, as these holdouts were called, fled to Blefuscu to take refuge from the punishments inherent from said law. The Blefuscudian support of the Big-Endian refugee movement eventually transformed into full-on military conflict between the two tiny territories.
    • One other outlier coalition, the Neither-Endians, are composed of no more than half a dozen (Currently known, but unreported individuals are still heavily rumored) participants who prefer to crack eggs on the wide face as opposed to the tips. Even before the accident that initiated the egg-cracking law, cracking an egg in the middle was considered intensely sacrilegious, invoking not only the fullest extent of legal action but also the loss of citizenship and ability to remain in Lilliput as written in their grand temple. In the days since the founding of the Little and Big-Endian separatism, Neither-Endians, when found and proven to be supporters of this fashion, are tied face-down in a boat (A fissure carved in the bottom to let seawater flood the hull), weighed down with a heavy cobble, and left to drown, a centuries-old mode of execution accounted within that same shrine. All in all, it shall not be surprising that they neglected to explain any of these aspects to Gulliver while he was around.
  • Opposition to Gulliver's presence on the island initially consisted of two notable individuals: Admiral Skyresh Bolgolam and Treasurer Flimnap. The former merely despised the man-mountain out of baseless impulse, while the latter was quick to join the former after falling for a false claim that Gulliver was in a relationship with her. Soon, the two began gathering evidence they could use to kick him out of their land for good. Momentum for the inclination eventually received so much gain that the Emperor was convinced to issue a series of legal commandments to rectify his relation with the foreigner.
  • The aforementioned documents thusly asserted:
    • Article I: Whereas by a statute made in the reign of his imperial majesty Calin Deffar Plune, it is enacted, that, whoever shall make water within the precincts of the royal palace, shall be liable to the pains and penalties of high-treason; notwithstanding, the said Quinbus Flestrin, [Term from which "man-mountain" is translated] in open breach of the said law, under colour of extinguishing the fire kindled in the apartment of his majesty's most dear imperial consort, did maliciously, traitorously, and devilishly, by discharge of his urine, put out the said fire kindled in the said apartment, lying and being within the precincts of the said royal palace, against the statute in that case provided, etc, against the duty, etc.
    • Article II: That the said Quinbus Flestrin, having brought the imperial fleet of Blefuscu into the royal port, and being afterwards commanded by his imperial majesty to seize all the other ships of the said empire of Blefuscu, and reduce that empire to a province, to be governed by a viceroy from hence, and to destroy and put to death, not only all the Big-endian exiles, but a likewise traitor against his most auspicious, serene, imperial majesty, did petition to be excused from the said service, upon pretence of unwillingness to force the consciences, or destroy the liberties and lives of an innocent people.
    • Article III: That, whereas certain ambassadors arrived from the Court of Blefuscu, to sue for peace in his majesty's court, he, the said Flestrin, did, like a false traitor, aid, abet, comfort, and divert, the said ambassadors, although he knew them to be servants to a prince who was lately an open enemy to his imperial majesty, and in an open war against his said majesty.
    • Article IV: That the said Quinbus Flestrin, contrary to the duty of a faithful subject, is now preparing to make a voyage to the court and empire of Blefuscu, for which he has received only verbal license from his imperial majesty; and, under colour of the said license, does falsely and traitorously intend to take the said voyage, and thereby to aid, comfort, and abet the Emperor of Blefuscu, so lately an enemy, and in open war with his imperial majesty aforesaid.
  • In the years after the man-mountain's exit, Flimnap had started to idolize Bolgolam outright, so much so that he had begun ignoring his wife (One of the reasons he was driven to assist the Admiral in his movement). Noticing he had been away from home more and more often, the missus saw that their marriage was likely tainted and distanced herself from the treasurer. Emperor Plune, clearly not paying any attention to the acts of the folk around him as usual, saw nothing out of the ordinary.
  • Over time, they slowly began colonizing Blefuscu — until a chorus of voices warned them that stripping the rival of their autonomy would only serve to bite them. They, the Grand United Alliance of Good, promised to give them a Pantheon temple only if they set the Blefuscudians free and formally put an end to the war between them. Heartbroken but unwilling to let go of an opportunity to witness the universe standing before him, the Emperor abided and gave Blefuscu the honor of collective divine heralds as reparations. Escorted by the whole of their army on their way to the Pantheon, the royal family tasked their former enemy with staying put so as to observe anything that may befall Lilliput in their absence.
  • Five days after their ascension, the people had been warned of Sheldon J. Plankton, an envious copepod known to rely on sheer genius to steal a valuable possession from his business rival: the Krabby Patty formula. While most of them scoffed at the idea of a villain largely focused on bolstering his restaurant, Bolgolam and Flimnap did not hesitate to sneak away in loaning the green pest logistical knowledge that would help him better identify the tricks Krabs would commit to keep it out of his reach.
    • Months had passed, and it was unveiled to them that Plankton had a, *cough*, sizable extended family. Since none were by any means geniuses as was Plankton, Flimnap committed his greater hours instructing them in literacy and strategic dexterity. The effort flopped not because of any unwillingness on the Planktons' part to be educated, but simply due to the family load being far too overwhelming for the two schemers to keep up with.
  • Eagleland was soon to appear in their minds, most certainly due to a "Lilliput Steps" existing in the geographical vicinity; under what qualities might the Man-Mountains in this country cite our sublimeness for, the Empress questioned regarding the nomenclature. As the court learned the hard way, the only rationale for a decision was based on the minuscule footprints in front of the cave's mouth; the Moles Playing Rough did not take kindly to the itsy-bitsy warheads wanting to establish a colony on their turf.
    • Not willing to throw the towel so easily, the royal couple summoned a team of armed imperial soldiers, pitted against their chieftain.
      • Mondo Mole Attacked!
      • Shoot
      • To Mondo Mole
      • The Lilliputians Attack!
      • 34 HP of damage to Mondo Mole
      • Mondo Mole tore into his target
      • 273 HP of damage to the Lilliputians
      • Game over
    • Considering that the injuries from the loss took 20 whole days to heal (In addition to three of the soldiers perishing), it's safe to say they won't tread there ever again. When the Alliance of Good soon learned of this disturbance, much drama was to be had at the Lilliputians' breaking of the divine pact, and thus the Emperor and his followers were forced to remain within the bounds of their temple for an entire year as punishment. Bounds of food and water were delivered by attendants to keep the people from rotting in obscurity.
  • When the time came for them to walk freely once more, they were given a chance to take another look at their homeland for nostalgia's sake. Revisiting that island, a dreadful sight had seized them: all the buildings were gone. It was just a matter of time before the culprits appeared — Wallmasters. Dreaded, giant hand-shaped crooks that went ahead and thought it to be a good idea to carry away their infrastructure into the beyond. The other gods were caught off guard because the perpetrators typically limit themselves to dungeon chambers and select rooms in the House of Gaming, leading them to theorize external factors prompted them to invade Lilliput. To this day, the exact circumstances prompting them to traverse new ground are unknown, but bans on them have been exacted in the subsequent ages (Appropriately, their supposed overseers have been informed of such anomalous goings-on).
    • Interestingly, Blefuscu was not targeted during the Wallmaster invasion. Their monarch, in an interview with Pantheon authorities, he saw them approach Lilliput one morning. They were in considerations to provide extra soldiers to shoo them away, but ultimately chose to distance themselves fearing that they would earn the monsters' ire if an Enemy Mine was formed with the rival country. Some have theorized the strange behavior was incited by the numerous divine factions to lambaste the Lilliputians for their inability to follow discipline back in Eagleland, hence why their neighbors were unaffected.
  • It came one day to Papa Smurf that a group of people just about their size (But blatantly not blue-fleshed and much more militarized) was to pass by, and he alerted his youngers that they might either have been monsters Gargamel made to exterminate them or a group of invaders looking to establish colonies (The latter easily the case had the Alliance of Good not intervened). The Pantheon authorities caught on and informed they were a race who had recently been ascended, and thus had every right to tread from reality to reality (They, in turn, had to be notified of their divine right not to colonize them as they once did with the Blefuscudians). Both parties were puzzled with each other's oddities, but soon bonded when told that if Gargamel (More likely than not one to expand his hatred of the minuscule to entities besides the Smurfs) were to learn about the Lilliputians' presence, their offense against him would be frailer. While the cerulean folks were — how to say this — perplexed by having to rope dance as part of forming their good relations, they were not at all appalled by those standards.
  • General Donald Morden, one afternoon perchance, glimpsed the Lilliputians from a distance. Their size, unnatural to him and an unexpected trigger, sent him into a frenzy. He immediately commanded his lieutenant O'Neill to eliminate the eyesore, and gather the rest of his battalion to wipe them off.
    • Concerned for the Lilliputians' well-being, the Rebel Army's fated adversaries, a team under the moniker "Peregrine Falcons and Sparrows" was messaged regarding Morden's irrational loathing of the short-statured population. As soon as the foursome met them personally, the conversation that resulted was slightly uncomfortable, given the terms that Gulliver's visit ended on. With enough convincing and word on the Pantheons' doctrine, though, the Lilliputians eased up to the big people and formed a societal truce with them.
    • Bolgolam and Flimnap, meanwhile, held onto their grudges against normally-sized humans but cooperated with the Emperor's orders so as to not appear out of line. Nevertheless, the quartet, having adapted themselves to many a bizarre scenario, didn't fear their existence one bit and vouched to provide the entirety of their offensive against the Rebel Army, well-aware the Lilliputians' open fire would do little more than scratch their flesh.
  • The relationship with Marco, Eri, Fio, and Tarma became pivotal to the Lilliputians' evolving compatibility with the bigger kind; when notified of a certain Apatosaurus' experience with a similar jarringly small race, the Empress was reasonable enough to help her people expand their horizons.
    • Due to his Mesozoic upbringing, Littlefoot was at first a bit nervous witnessing them due to them wielding tools far more complex than he could fathom (It didn't help that they kept firing every five seconds in case of hostile wildlife). A brief pep-talk with the longneck was sufficient to improve his view of the "two-legs", and soon enough introduced him to Big Daddy, the patriarch of the Tinysauruses.
    • The so-called "fire sticks" the militia wielded certainly frightened the small longnecks, but Big Daddy soon got an idea; the sharpteeth that constantly besieged his society would be scared of the booming report, by extension. Even though the weapons themselves would theoretically not hurt them much, the sheer alienness of gunfire would be more than enough to shoo the theropods away. Wanting to return to their Pantheon shrine, the Emperor assigned Admiral Skyresh and a fifth of the army to serve as permanent bodyguards for them (Let's just say Bolgolam was distraught he could not devise any more schemes with Flimnap or Plankton by then).
  • Speaking of Flimnap, he recalled during the meeting with the Smurfs mention of a malicious race known as the Wartmongers, inhabiting nearby Pussywillow Swamp (In the context of a scheme in which to divert Lilliputian troops against them, if need be). At this rate, the sir was in a state of exasperated desperation, no longer in obligations to be supervised by the imperial family. No longer able to get in touch with his wife (Admittedly by his own volition) or the Admiral, he was left with no choice but to seek a fruitful fulfillment with the cold-hearted amphibians, not caring if his Emperor became suspicious of his exceedingly long absence.
    King Bullrush: (Watches the portcullis at his gate ascend, the silhouette of an unfamiliar figure retreating into his quarters)
    Jester: (Points scepter unto the doorway') Your grubbiness, look, a visitor.
    Bullrush: (To the oncoming humanoid) Who are you, and what might your desire be?
    Flimnap: Flimnap, dearest king of the Wartmonger peoples, (Salutes) esteemed treasurer of the omnipresent nation of Lilliput.
    Bullrush: (Scratches his noggin for a second) Lily... Pad? We have more than enough here.
    Flimnap: (Disbelieving nod) Or least, I was 'til presently. I arrive here anticipating a position upwards to your servitude.
    Bullrush: (Guffaws at his suggestion, fists rapping against throne, before realigning himself to the conversation) Might you or might you not be a spy on their behalf?
    Flimnap: I, as you now witness, have relieved myself of the said imperial privileges, thusly out of a gravitation of domestic affairs grown considerably beyond clutch. It shall be clarified on the said matter of cultural surveillance that I am by naught means, a spy for the Emperor. To my new most apex patriarch, all the shining suns in the universe residing in his beloved palm, I irreversibly allege to you. May you now imprint on me the sacrament of your all-enforcing autocracy.
    Jester: Eheh, take his word for it, maybe? (Dons a Slasher Smile)
    Bullrush: Oh, all right, but just so you know we'll be keeping a close eye on you. (To guards) Take him to the ramparts; our construction crew could use a pair of extra hands.
    (The patrols proceed to escort a subtly disappointed, but not miffed, Flimnap to his newly-bestowed occupation)
  • The uneven-heeled prince, noting the treasurer's lack of matter, woke his parents up to notify them. This time, they could tell something was amiss. That, meanwhile, led the two parties to wonder if their generations-long system was functional. If a long-serving man as Flimnap were to willingly cleanse himself of his duties, then maybe the Slamecksans simply weren't meant to be assigned high responsibilities, the reevaluation believed.
  • On the matter of Neither-Endians, the Emperor's son, with a different type of shoe on each foot, has been hinted amongst commoners to be a proponent of this culinary style. Plune and the Empress both have objected to all of these accusations, barring the prince from receiving the leaky boat simply because he is their son. He, meanwhile, refuses to provide any comment on the topic and thus leaves the world with another unsolvable aspect of his character.
  • The Straw Hat Pirates, the minute they spotted these fellers, were reminded of the similarly-puny Tontatta race. Special credit goes to Nico Robin, who upon listening to the Lilliputians' side of the story recounted an entrance that occurred in roughly the same manner as Gulliver; maybe some cultural exchange between the peoples can lead to an alliance through an understanding of common ground, she meditated. She prudently warned the Emperor to be precise in his wording with them because of their serious naivete, so child-minded that they wouldn't much tell the difference between an official proclamation and a mock gathering. Yeah, maybe give it some time before the Lilliputians are adequately equipped to fully and honestly interact with the Tribe.
    • Fellow Straw Hat Usopp also advocates for a friendly relationship between the two communities in the possibility of the Donquixotes, their old captors from a while back, come to reclaim them. The presence of the Lilliputians and their firearms might startle those who only expect bladed infantry as was the case with the Tontatta beforehand.
  • They are all particularly startled by their 1939 counterparts. Much of their attention has been directed to Gabby, the local bellman who blatantly is without an equivalent in the 1726 dimension, and Princess Glory, clearly a substitute for the Prince in an effort to sew relations with Blefuscu through a marriage to their prince (Who as with Gabby, has no analagous figure present in the Swiftian reality). It also came as an insult to them that the war in their reality was initiated not by egg cracking, but by a preference in wedding songs. The Pantheon's heartbeats fluctuated at this interaction, and indefinitely sealed off the entrance to the Fleischer version's homeworld so as to prevent any existential crises.
  • Thumbelina, given her incorruptible nature, quaked apprehensively when seeing Lilliput's army with their weapons pointed up. She identified them on first sight as infidels who wanted to divorce her from Prince Cornelius, as if the world around found it a frivolity to toy around with her. The Lilliputian Prince, although rarely one for speeches of encouragement, was so pressed by the tiny girl's behavior that he vouched for his parents. She regained confidence after hearing the man explain that not only were they unfamiliar with her, but that Lilliput as a whole had since moved past their phase of blind dominance (All thanks to the GUAG). This interaction paved the way for positive relations (Really picking it up, aren't they?) with Cornelius and the fairies, leading to a more prominent interest in textiles and introducing previously non-existent recreational pursuits (Drama, for instance) among the Lilliputian population.
  • The Hocotatians and Koppai have become more confident in extracting resources from untouched planets thanks to firepower from Emperor Plune's imperial militia that they didn't have beforehand. In return, Captain Olimar (Of the former race, and the first to find himself stranded on such a wild world) gathered 70 Pikmin from their planet of resident, 10 of each color from their planet to provide aid to Lilliput. The purples have been particularly a favorite, given their specialty in carrying enormously heavy objects with relative ease.
  • The Pines twins were shocked to discover upon that Emperor Plune's race, unlike the golf-motif Lilliputtians, had next to nothing in the way of athletic pursuits. Given Pacifica's traumatizing role in the whole catastrophe, a meaningful (More specifically, fearful out of hunch) response from her was also to be expected. Fortunately, they clarified that they have no intention on sending anyone to their doom to make their rivals feel better about it — because Plune's people already have enough two-sided conflicts going on as-is. As content as the Pines are with the monarch's statement, Northwest remains cautious out of the thought that they might be partners of Franz wanting to reignite her competitive rivalry with Mabel.