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    Malthael 
Malthael, Unholy Opposer of Free Will (Archangel of Wisdom (formerly), Aspect of Death, Silent Angel, Angel of Death, Architect of the Eternal Conflict, The Guardian, The Reaper, Reaper of Souls)
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  • Greater God (Bordering Overdeity when fused with the Black Soulstone)
  • Symbol: A pair of Shotels
  • Theme Song: Malthael's theme
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil (Formerly Lawful Neutral)
  • Portfolio: Initially the Leader of the Angiris Council until his eventual betrayal, Dual Wields a pair of Shotels, Evil Is Hammy, Evil Sounds Deep, Fallen Angel, In the Hood, Plans to destroy humanity, Knight Templar, Teleport Spam, Wants to end the Eternal Conflict at all costs, Consuming Souls, The Grim Reaper
  • Domains: Wisdom (Formerly), Death, Destruction, Free Will, Fallen Angels
  • Heralds: The Lesser Angels of Death and the Legion of the Dead
  • Allies: YHVH, Thanatos, Dhuum, The Fiends
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Darkseid
  • Enemies:
  • Unconventional Alliance: Moon Man
  • Formerly known as the Archangel of Wisdom, Malthael was a respected figure among the angels. However, after he witnessed how a human embraced evil in such a destructive way that he resolved that humanity was an abomination that must be destroyed. Eventually becoming the aspect of death, Malthael resolved that after the defeat of the demon lords, humanity was the last enemy that had to be dealt with in order to end the Eternal Conflict.
    • And how he came to this conclusion? He believes that because humans are free to choose how they want to be, then they are more likely to choose evil over good. Not only that, he actually believes that "Freedom" is something that nobody should ever choose by themselves.
  • After hearing of his ascension, both Tyrael and Auriel were not happy that Malthael was back and ready to "destroy all traces of evil" as he calls it. Tyrael went as far as recruiting the Nephalems in hope of fighting the Fallen Angel before he does a lot of harm.
    • However, it looks like Malthael has lost possession of the black soulstone after he was defeated, meaning that the demonic evils that were sealed inside the stone were freed shortly after his death. Now that he is in the pantheon, Malthael is clearly not happy that Diablo is out doing as he pleases, and is even considering taking him down himself.
  • Initially, Darkseid thought that Malthael would be a great ally in his efforts to eliminate free will, but the Fallen Archangel doesn't hold the same ideas as he does. For once, he thinks that doing that would be better for everyone while Darkseid clearly has different objectives in mind.
  • Being the Archangel of Death, Malthael is facing quite the tough competition when it comes to who gets to be the Pantheon's Grim Reaper. However, there are other more benevolent reapers, such as Lord Death, that think he has gone over the edge and needs to be stopped.
  • Is completely annoyed by how death works in the Pantheon, as it makes his job very difficult. He is not the only one with this sentiment, as both Thanatos and Dhuum share the same objectives. The three of them are planning to bring eternal death to everyone in the Pantheon, and this time, no one is escaping death for real.
  • Not seen in a very good light by the ascended angels, with most of the more benevolent angels and even some of the more Knight Templar ones think he has gone too far. Malthael is especially at odds with Michael since in the past they both weren't that different from one another
  • The alliance between angels and demons is something that he considers the most unforgivable act any angel would dare to do, as such union ended up creating humanity in Sanctuart. While he initially abstained from deciding the fate of humanity (unlike his fellow angel Imperius), he later decided to eradicate humanity by himself. He gets even more angry at Nephilim, considering them an abomination of nature that shouldn't even exist.
    • Of course, this belief had made Malthael clash with Seraph Lamington, who believes that Angels and Demons can coexist in peace and he personally knows pure-hearted demons. Malthael considers the Seraph a weak excuse of an angel.
    • He also had come into conflict with the angel Irina Shidou and the former exorcist turned demon Xenovia Quarta, who both hold an unbreakable friendship. He was almost about to execute both when Michael interfered and drove Malthael away. The Archangel of Death clearly is not going to tolerate any of these relationships any longer.
  • Not very fond of the mortal known as Reaper, who dresses as a dark figure and literally calls himself "The Angel of Death". Malthael doesn't appreciate that a mere mortal is ripping him off and he is going to teach him what real "reaping" is about.
    • Apparently, there is another mortal by the name of Hanzo Shimada who is said to sound just like him. But Malthael himself has no time for another human insect to even care.
  • One day, he was approached by the infamous Moon Man, who wanted to join Malthael's cause. Apparently, he would be happy if he is allowed to annihilate minorities as he calls.
  • He has the power to drain the soul and life essence of anyone that dare oppose him. He particularly despises Shadow Fiend and Shang Tsung, who share said power with him (With the former being a demon not helping at all).
  • Found out about the existence of The Nexus and already has plans for it after he successfully arrives. For one, he was a bit shocked to see that humans that reside there didn't have demon taint unlike before (though somehow the Nephalems made it). But he steels himself anyway because he does find a lot more demon-tainted beings there, particularly Orcs.
  • "No one can stop death".
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    War the Nephilim 
War, God of Cleared Names (Horseman, The Red Rider, Rider of the Red Horse)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: A stylized horse head (shared with his siblings), The mark on his forehead (personally his)
  • Theme Song: Darksiders Theme, War's Theme, Death VS War (Shared with Death)
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral (Absolute loyalty to his siblings)
  • Portfolio: Clearing his name, Red Horseman of the Apocalypse, Disabled and deep-voiced badassery, Prosthetic arms that pack a punch, Awesome hoods, Luminescent featureless eyes, Relishing battle, Brilliant battle-strategy, Chaoseater wielded one-handed, Being the youngest but largest sibling, Being insanely tough and nigh-unstoppable, CHAOS, Honorable to a fault, Great destruction, Armaments of war, Slow but immensely strong, Blade Geysers, The Red Horse (Ruin)
  • Domains: Balance, Chaos, Combat, Destruction, Honor, Revenge, War
  • Heralds: Fury and Strife.
  • Allies: His brother Death, Archer, Bahamut, Frisk, Papyrus, Sans, Toriel, Asgore Dreemurr, Roger Thornhill
  • Opposed by: The entire Imperium of Man, other deities who adore/protect humanity, Yuji Sakai
  • Rivals: Dante, Nero, Gaara, Tokugawa Ieyasu, Akihiko Sanada, Illidan Stormrage, Kain Highwind, Undyne, Kratos, Ares
  • Respects: His brother Death, Asura, Frisk
  • At Arm's Length: Luke Skywalker, Skips, The Greater Fiends
  • Complicated Relationships: The Nephalems, Akeno Himejima, Sicily
  • Conflicting Opinion: Lucifer, Ren Hakuryuu, Enrico Pucci, Shinji Ikari
  • Enemies: All who threaten Creation, Death (Final Destination), War the Embodiment, Tiamat, The Joker, Dhuum The Angel and Demon sub-houses - and EVERY angel and demon across the Pantheon, YHVH
  • After much time, and undertaking a quest that The Charred Council had no intention of rewarding with a pardon, one which he ultimately only succeeded in by giving his life, War was granted a place in the Pantheon as the ultimate scion of those who clear their name of wrongdoing. It should be noted that the reason he was chosen above most others is that even his older brother, Death, went to extreme lengths to prove him innocent, which ultimately culminated in the Executioner resurrecting humanity to erase the alleged crime he was punished for.
  • One of the first few deities War met upon his ascension was the enigmatic Servant who prefers to be called Archer, one who has shared his position of enforcer (though War works on a much larger scale). That they sound similar and have similar attitudes (that is, being rather serious and brooding at times) only makes things more interesting.
  • Lucifer is a rather polarizing individual, especially with regards to War's temperament. On the one hand, they both strive for chaos and allowing choice... on the other hand, however, War is just as likely to treat someone with fairness as he is to be ruthlessly brutal.
    War: "Do not be deceived by my actions, Lightbringer. I serve the balance, and the chaos and mayhem I cause is for the sake of keeping tyranny and oppression in check."
    • For that matter, a great many of the deities known to have averted or cut short Armageddon are apprehensive of him regardless of his innocence. Yuji Sakai lamented that he was not able to cancel the End War, though War has repeatedly reassured the boy that his End War was unavoidable. Shinji Ikari doesn't like him much, though he does admit knowing the feeling of being blamed for causing the end of the world and humanity (even if it IS rebooted and he's not always aware of the exact details).
  • When a certain other horseman sharing his title sought him out and attempted to manipulate him, said horseman was surprised to find that War was not susceptible to his influence. The former was then sent packing by the latter, who would have slain him if not for the interference of Death the Nephilim. War the Nephilim despises any who make use of underhanded tactics, such as what War the Embodiment employed, and has made it clear that things will not be pretty if they ever crossed paths again.
    • From then on everyone in the Pantheon has taken to calling this one "War the Nephilim", which he doesn't seem to mind much, if at all.
    • He also has an odd rivalry with Kratos, the God of War, and Ares, The Most Reviled War God, as he is also a being that represents war. War the Nephilim, however, insists that he is more of an exceptionally talented combatant than an embodiment of conflict though that doesn't stop him from taking them on.
    War: "The God of War and the Much Despised War God are very satisfying opponents. Even Chaoseater is eager to face them again and again."
  • The Sentient Cosmic Force known as Death has it out for him due to him having cheated death not once, not twice, but 'three times in his lifetime. Even being the younger sibling of one of its aspects, the God of Damage-Negating Mobility, is not enough to spare him from being on its/his list. War doesn't really care about this, instead wishing only to act in accordance with the Cosmic Balance.
    War: "I serve The Balance. If Death wishes to take my life to that end then it is welcomed to try."
  • He is also at odds with Dhuum, as he has cheated death repeatedly. Though they weren't all by his own intent. The Inevitable Death respects him as he does his brother, but is still intent on making him meet his maker.
    Dhuum: "Dhuum doesn't care if brother Death saved him! The Inevitable Death comes for him!"
    War: (With a coy smirk) "Dhuum will come, and he will try."
  • Upon learning that there was a Tiamat in the Pantheon, War went to investigate. He was surprised to find not a Bat Queen but a Goddess of Evil Dragons, and promptly challenged her with the intention of slaying her. He was barely unable to defeat her, though he did earn the respect and blessing of the God of Good Dragons for this endeavor. He intends to challenge her again anyway. His brother, Death, is not amused.
  • He has become extremely wary of Luke Skywalker and Skips due to them sounding very similar to The Watcher that tormented him while he was under The Charred Council's control. The Joker, too, sounds similar but has earned War's genuine enmity for being twisted and depraved unlike the previous two.
  • Similarly to his brother, Death, War isn't on the best of terms with the various Nephilim due to his part in the eradication of his own brethren. However, unlike Death, War isn't outright hated by them and he even bears most of them no ill will so long as they aren't trying to wipe out everything else in the multiverse.
    • He is actually respectful and considerate to Akeno Himejima of The Occult Research Club, despite the fact that she would rather have nothing to do with him. He is fine with this, as he has more pressing matters to attend to. Like getting back at Tiamat for his defeat at her claws.
  • Furthermore, many deities who are fond of or sworn to stand by humanity have denounced War as an enemy of mankind. Frisk is an exception, as they have befriended him and have earned his respect for their utter determination. This friendship has also made him an ally of The Skeleton Brothers, the child's adoptive mother, the formerly underground monster king, and even earned him a friendly rival in the former captain of the royal guard of the previously mentioned former king. The Emperor of Mankind has absolutely no love for him and has commanded the entire Imperium of Man to attack him on sight.
    War: (With a confident smile) "I look forward to seeing what The Third Kingdom is truly capable of."
  • Many deities who were falsely accused of wrongdoings, however, regard him with total empathy. Roger Thornhill is one such deity, though War doesn't really have an opinion of him.
  • As he is currently in prime form to take on all celestial and infernal beings, he is an enemy of EVERY angel and demon across the Pantheon.
    • Malthael, The Silent Angel, is a particularly despised adversary, as War cannot abide by his crusade against free will.
    War: "The Creator did not want mindless puppets, incapable of thinking for themselves!"
    • There are a few examples that he has deemed to be tolerable, whom he would only fight if absolutely necessary. The angel Flonne he has deemed as mostly harmless if far too obsessed with the concept of love. The Occult Research Club (Rias Gremory, Akeno Himejima, Koneko Toujou, Yuuto Kiba, Asia Argento, Xenovia Quarta, Irina Shidou, Issei Hyoudou) proved themselves worthy of both his respect and consideration — the latter of which only meaning he will refrain from antagonizing them — as they genuinely wish to establish harmony/peace between the denizens of the heavens and the hells.
  • Contrary to popular belief, he does NOT have a positive opinion of The Great Will, YHVH. When questioned about why he would ever oppose The Lord, he will only say the following:
    War: "The Great Will is NOT The Creator. His only aim is for a world dominated by his law only."
    • He's not actually sure how to feel about one of YHVH's devout followers, Enrico Pucci. The priest DID cause the end of his world, though he did force it to be rebooted into one which he would prefer - there was a balance in that action. His belief in YHVH, however, is a point of contention for the Nephilim. War wants to respect him, but he can't condone those whom he aids.
  • Unexpectedly, he has become sympathetic to Ren Hakuryuu, in whom he can see his own struggles with family, power, and even friendships. He was even empathetic to the young warrior's motivation, which mirrored his own reasoning during his quest to clear his name. In fact, they would be friends if not for their vastly different goals.
    War: "Sometimes duty must be cast aside to do what must be done. But I cannot allow anyone to destroy all of Creation."
  • Also has a place in the House of Popularity

    Yamato Hotsuin 
Yamato Hotsuin, God of Utopia at Any Cost (The Chief of JP's)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The JP's logo.
  • Theme Song: Battle of the Brave
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral, with a dash of Lawful Good when Hibiki Kuze is involved.
  • Portfolio: Utopia Justifies the Means, A Child Shall Lead Them, Asskicking Equals Authority, Benevolent Boss, Comes Great Responsibility, The Dreaded, Genius Bruiser, Glass Cannon, Sergeant Rock, Not exactly a Social Darwinist, Super Speed, Did You Just Punch Out Cthulhu?, The power of The Dragon Stream, Crazy Jealous for Hibiki Kuze
  • Domains: Strength, Magic, Demon and Monster hunting, Secret Organizations, Ambition, Leadership
  • Heralds: Japan Meteorological Agency - Geomagnetism Research Department, a.k.a. JP's (specific followers: Makoto Sako, Keita Wakui, Fumi Kanno)
  • Followers: Homura Taishi, Red Eye, Princess Gaia/Nightmare Whisper, Ishmael, Livia Drusilla, Lord Henry Blackwood, Mustapha Mond, Mir, Walhart
  • Allies: Alcor, Hibiki Kuze, Sam and Dean Winchester, Light Yagami, The Men in Black, The Monster Hunters
  • Enemies: The Administrators, Arceus, Magneto, Charles zi Britannia, Light Yagami, Kyubey, Sheev Palpatine, Darkseid, Big Brother, Lucemon
  • Respects: Lelouch vi Brittania, Raoh, Klaus Wulfenbach, Dartz,
  • Pities: Sartorius, Doctor Doom
  • Opposes: The Grand United Alliance of Law and Grand United Alliance of Chaos
  • Opposed by: Several proud Overdeities, especially YHVH.
  • Yamato is a force to be reckoned with, being both incredibly strong and magically powerful, to the point where he could kill Administrators and their Swords with either his bare hands or just his mind, and on top of that, he has the Dragon Stream, a conduit of unbelievable magic power that can also increase his speed.
  • The Four Prime Factors also increase his power to ridiculous levels; Heat and Time power up his magic, Gravity boosts his physical strength even further, and Space lets him move long distances in the blink of an eye.
  • His ultimate goal is to create a world where everyone gets exactly what they deserve, with the strong leading the weak and no one being able to attain an unfair advantage over anyone else through birth, wealth, or treachery. In at least one timeline, he successfully achieves this dream, but this Yamato is not from there. However, after the attack of the Triangulum, he resolved to work for the good of everyone, and although he still believes in stratification based off of merit, and will not hesitate to kill in order to achieve his goals, strives to give everyone a chance to prove themselves.
  • He was shocked to find that Canopus and his servants had ascended, believing their influence to have ended after he and the rest of the cast of Devil Survivor 2 destroyed Canopus and freed the Earth, and seeks to cast them down once again.
    • Arcturus especially is attempting to have Yamato killed, because only the Dragon Stream can harm it, but so far Yamato has defeated everything sent after him.
  • Supports Light Yagami in his mission to kill criminals and villains, although he has some misgivings about not giving them a chance to prove they can be useful to society.
  • Arceus reminds him of Polaris, ruling his world through the Mythical Pokémon, and he says that if the population needs Arceus's guidance to prosper, it does not deserve that prosperity. Arceus strenuously disagrees.
  • Approves of Sam and Dean Winchester going against every big nasty that threatens their earth, as well as admiring their resolve and ingenuity when facing down beings much stronger than them.
  • The Men in Black admire his leadership of JP's, and although he has declined to become Agent Y, they still work together effectively against strange threats.
  • Lucifer once approached him with an offer to join the GUAC, and got a face full of Dragon Stream for his trouble. Yamato agrees with his philosophy up to a point, but disagrees with the extremeness of his Social Darwinism and insists that strict order is absolutely necessary for a strong society to function.
    • He once asked YHVH how he could advocate equality while insisting that he is superior to all others, and rather than dignifyying him with a response, YHVH hit him with "divine" lightning and warned him not to challenge the Great Will again.
    • When Cosmos asked him why he is Neutral instead of siding with Good, he asked if she would sacrifice a populated city for a strategic advantage. The GUAG has not contacted him since.
      • That said, he can be convinced to help them out if fellow demon tamer Hibiki (one of few powerful non-Lawful deities Yamato is pleased to see) convinces him to do so, but Yamato's "loyalty" will only extend to him. Thanks to Hibiki, he's learned a bit more on empathy, and even got a favorite food in the form of takoyaki. That said, there are those who believe Yamato's fascination with him is... more than just friends, bordering on possible jealousy.
    • For obvious reasons, neither Melkor nor Nekron made any attempts on convincing Yamato, as his philosophy goes against theirs right from the start.
  • Calls the Social Darwinism of Magneto and Charles zi Britannia hypocritical, as they have marked advantages in their supernatural abilities and are unlikely to actually be superior to those they look down upon. Yamato says that he has earned everything he has for himself, and although he comes from a wealthy family, said family tested him to make sure he was worthy before allowing him to lead JP's. Or so he claims.
  • Yamato is disappointed with how far Light Yagami has fallen in his desire to make the world a better place to being a simple crazy supernatural Serial Killer.
  • When he is bored, he joins the Monster Hunters on a hunt, leading to mutual respect and camaraderie. He is attempting to form a new branch of JP's in the Pantheon, and many of his first recruits are expected to be Monster Hunters.
  • His opposite number as god of Dystopia Justifies the Means, Darkseid, may be stronger than Yamato, but he is working on a plan to render himself invulnerable to the Omega Beams.
  • He often critically examines some of the Overdeities. They have been annoyed with his judgments on their performance, and although a few have taken his advice and become stronger or more influential, most agree that he shouldn't meddle in the affairs of his superiors. When they say this to him, he smiles knowingly and walks off. YHVH especially is watching him closely to make sure he doesn't try to rise any farther than he already is.
  • While Kyubey actually does have well-meaning intentions, Yamato hates him just like anybody else because humanity is still being exploited in doing so. His opinions on Homura is just as dim, especially as she hijacked an Overdeity's (Madoka's) powers just so she can live a life of comfort, even if she makes herself the devil in the process, which he sees as incredibly selfish.

Intermediate Gods

    Meliodas 
Meliodas, The Obstruction Pacifistic God (Dragon's Sin of Wrath, Meliodaz, Lord Meliodas, Captain, Leader of the Ten Commandments. )
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  • Theme Song: Perfect Time
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Dragon's Sin Tattoo
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good, Lawful Evil in the Ten Commandments.
  • Portfolio: The Atoner, A Father to His Men, Afraid of Their Own Strength, Attack Reflector, Authority Equals Asskicking, Beware the Nice Ones, Broken Ace, Casting a Shadow, Chivalrous Pervert, Lethal Chef, Lovable Sex Maniac, Made of Iron, Obstructionist Pacifist, Older Than He Looks, Hellblaze, Super-Powered Evil Side.
  • Domain: Fighting, Weapons, Strength, Good, Demons
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Ten Commandments, Mard Geer, Zeref, Gul'dan, Shinnok, Ren Gyokuen, Satan, The Beast, Fortinbras, Ghirahim, [[Pantheon/{{Underclothes Corset]]
  • Conflicting Opinion On: Scanty and Kneesocks, Stocking Anarchy?, Vali Lucifer
  • Meliodas caught the initial interest of the Pantheon due to once destroying an entire kingdom single-handedly, but the pantheon lost track of him when he and his group, the Seven Deadly Sins, disappeared. He was found again after his battle with Great Holy Knight Hendrickson. Unfortunately, his greater enemies being the demon clans' elite would sooner or later arrive in the Pantheon. He would need to settle the score with his former allies eventually.
  • Meliodas's main ability, Full Counter, bounces any attack with special properties back at the user with even more power than there initially was. He also can use Counter Vanish which could have made him an enemy of several magical gods if not for his kind nature. This also tends to be an issue as his pacifism leads to everyone else from his group of friends getting into trouble.
  • Due to being a bartender, he is on good terms with some of the members of the House of Food, where he can be seen sometimes.
  • Unsurprisingly, he's made good friends with Kuoh Academy's Occult Research Club on the grounds of him being a good-aligned Devil. He gets along especially fine with Issei, especially since not only he's got an oddly similar-sounding voice as his, but his dragon bloodline reminds him of his past and title. He also sympathized with Kiba for his difficult childhood, as well as Asia for reminding him a lot of Elizabeth. He wishes he could also befriend Issei's main rival, Vali Lucifer, but the catch is that he keeps mistaking his advances for fighting challenges.
  • Although he is part Demon, he is most certainly against the Demon Clan of his world, this has put him at odds with most demons. There are exceptions to this of course like Illyana who Meliodas can sympathize with as they both have pasts they want to move on from. He does not let his demonic nature control him which she admires about him.
    • Despite hating Corset for his actions he does admit Scanty and Kneesocks are two demons he does not hate. It could be their style, voice, RRRRRRURUS, or most likely demonic looks which he can appreciate. This, however, didn't stop Meliodas from becoming good friends with Garterbelt, with whom he sympathizes for his brutal past life. Panty has also been rather... Interested on getting to know Meliodas better.
  • He gets along well enough with Natsu to even visit his world once. They act like they have known each other for years. Meliodas can't help, but feel like there is something else to Natsu that's nothing like the fire of a Dragon. It reminds him of his past, but he does not know what this feeling could be or be aware of the fact they are both demons.
  • When he is frustrated, some people notice him speaking in an Irish accent and notice him offering potatoes and cocaine at his bar.
  • Lucy was rather fond of Meliodas considering him like a brother to Natsu. Then he sneaked into her temple with Natsu which lead to getting a Lucy kick in the face.
  • Naturally he's been made a personal enemy of Mard Geer Tartaros. He is disgusted one of his own kind would throw away his demonic nature to side with mankind. The following exchange happened...
    Who are you? Mardi Gras? Oh, so you're the Underworld King then. Second-in-command of Tartaros a guild of demons. You remind me of some people or rather demons I know, but I should give you a warning don't overlook mankind. Continue to act like a jackass here and I will be greeting you again, but not alone that will be for sure so keep your ass in that chair!
  • He's also come into contact with Zeref who seemed more friendly than Mard Geer. Zeref was surprised to learn Meliodas is a demon despite his personality and appearance. Meliodas was not fond of explaining his past, but Zeref was willing to listen. Still, the Sin of Wrath does not appreciate the black mage's hatred of humans not to mention the Etherious demons he created.
  • Aladdin was more than pleased to learn about Meliodas ascending into the pantheon. They tend to speak about their friends, previous battles, or the value and weight of a female's figure. Morgiana could stare in silence at their interactions together.
  • Gul'dan is one of the few gods Meliodas despises being forced to obey commands like a slave. He will admit the warlock is a good musician, but he would love nothing more than to shove his sax down his throat.
  • He's gotten along with Shirou, Eren, Flynn, and Kirito as he noticed all four of them had a similar kind of voice. Eren and Flynn, in particular, noticed they have the same voice in another language as well.
  • He heard about Merlin being in the pantheon and went to find his comrade from the Seven Deadly Sins. Instead, he finds a guy looking nothing like the Merlin he knew from his world. Despite this, he gets along with the other Merlin impressed by his magical abilities... until he saw the Boar's Sin of Gluttony wave at him with her usual smirk.

    Suguha Kirigaya/Leafa 
Suguha Kirigaya, Goddess of Wishes For Flight (Leafa, Leefa, Lyfa, Rifa, Speedaholic, Sugu, Green Swordswoman:Earth Goddess Terraria)
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Leafa (ALO)
Suguha (OS) 
Suguha in real life 
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    Yuu/Da'ath the Gravekeeper 
Yuu, The Envoy of Man's Recreation (Da'ath the Gravekeeper, Da'ath the Death Keeper)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A white sun shaped spreading its light
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: The Face, Likes to Give Metaphors Before Leaving, You Can't Fight Fate, Anthropomorphic Personification, Ancient Conspiracy, His Organization's Main Goal, Have Bushy Eyebrows
  • Domain: Philosophy, Mentalism, Life and Death, Prophecy, Conspiracy, Envoy, Evolution, Change
  • Allies: Makoto Waltz Segai, The Incubators, Ragyo Kiryuin, Keel Lorenz, Ryoma Sengoku, Mesogog, Amon, SHOCKER
  • Enemies: Shu Ouma, Inori Yuzuriha, Gai Tsutsugami, Mana Ouma, Kouta Kazuraba/Kamen Rider Gaim, Mai Takatsukasa, Ryuko Matoi and Senketsu, Satsuki Kiryuin, The Saber Marionettes, Shinji Ikari, Rei Iyanami, Asuka Langley Soryu/Shikinami, Lelouch Vi Britannia
  • Interested in: Alex Mercer
  • Conflicting Opinion: Kaworu Nagisa
  • Opposed by: Madoka Kaname, Homura Akemi
  • Known simply as Yuu, he is the envoy of Da’ath, an ancient organization that existed for centuries. He and his group attempted to bring forth the Fourth Apocalpyse, which consist of two individuals they call "Adam and Eve" which are tasked to rebuild humanity with the best genes, but their plans were thwarted when Shu destroyed the Apocalypse Virus for good. Da'ath has since then dissapeared without a trace, but Yuu has learned of the existance of the pantheon and decided to ascend on behalf of his group.
  • Neither Shu nor Inori were too happy about Yuu's ascension, as that meant that their worst enemies now had an opportunity to start the apocalypse again, but in the pantheon. However, Yuu never thought that Mana would refuse to return to her role as Eve and has noticed that the influence of the virus has faded overtime. Worse, Mana still has the powers of the Virus within her, but the intervention of the GUAG plus Mana's own disinterest in Da'ath's plans means that Yuu is going to have a lot of work to do if he wants humanity to evolve in the pantheon.
  • Yuu is also capable of extracting voids from peoples bodies, meaning that he can be dangerous to anyone 17 or younger. He can also teleport, so be careful.
  • People have said that Da'ath is similar to other ancient conspiracies like SEELE or the Geass order. Neither the EVA children nor Lelouch are very fond of the nature of Yuu.
    • The former especially have a beef with them given the similarities he has with Kaworu, who Yuu is intrigued to know about his nature as an angel. He also has allied himself with Keel Lorenz, so both SEELE and Da'ath can cooperate into a common goal.
  • Yuu has also been in contact with the Incubators due to their similar views of mankind. That also made him a target for both Madoka and Homura, especially the latter since he fears that he might try to make Madoka another potential Eve.
  • Has heard of Ragyo Kiryuin and her attempt at giving earth to the Life Fibers. Yuu finds that aspect of human evolution through the life fibers to be fascinating and has formed a partnership with Ragyo in order to fin more about the true nature of the Life Fibers. He also has considered the possible fusion of Life Fibers and the apocalypse virus, which has put both Ryuko and Satsuki on edge as to what could happen if he went with his plan.
  • Yuu's organization views Kouta and Mai as a threat, with them being the Man and Woman of the Beginning who were potential threats of interfering his Adam and Eve Plot.
  • On other attemps to find another alternative for the evolution of mankind, he stumbled upon the Xel'naga Amon. Yuu has heard about how he created both the Zerg and the Protoss with the only mean to create a perfect race out of the two. Of course, he hasn't quite allied himself with the alien given his Chaotic nature, but has considered him for a secret plan of his.
  • Another evolution idea came in the form of Mesogog. However, Yuu isn't quite sure about returning to the prehistoric times as Mesogog wants, but still considers him a valuable asset for a later time.
  • Given about his similarities with Shuichiro Keido, Yuu has approached Ryoma Sengoku in order to strike a deal with him about the potential development of an artificial Kamen Rider powered by the Apocalypse Virus. Sengoku was interested in the deal, but only if Da'ath were to take part in SHOCKER and give a sample of the Apocalypse Virus to the organization. Rumours said that both parties agreed on an alliance.
    • The only problem? The apocalypse virus only resides within Mana, and since she has no interest in being the pawn of Da'ath again, there is no secure way to getting the virus back. Sengoku has suggested kidnapping her but that would prove dangerous since she still has the power of the virus and would not doubt in using it against them should the provoke her.
  • In the hopes of trying to find an alternative to Mana, Yuu learned about an ally of her that also was the embodiment of a virus, Alex Mercer. Although he is not sure about how to approach Mercer since he is much more dangerous than Mana plus his chaotic nature would prove troublesome for Da'ath. Not to mention, he has been interested in taking the Apocalypse Virus for himself.

Lesser Gods

    Cyrus (Pokémon
Cyrus, the God Who Wanted to Restart the World (Akagi)
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    Kai (Mortal Kombat
Kai, God of Self-Discovery Searches
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    King Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule 
King Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule, God of Building a Utopia for Others (King of Hyrule, The King of Red Lions)
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The King of Red Lions 
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The King of Red Lions
  • Theme Song: King Hyrule Appears, Farewell King Hyrule
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: The King in the form of The King of Red Lions that can talk, Mentor and Guide to Link to give the world a new future, Existed before the Great Flood, Big Good, Stayed in the Flooding of Hyrule to wash away the relic of the past for the future, Walking Spoiler
  • Domains: King, Past and Future, Boat
  • Allies: Link, Zelda, Medli, Impa, Jean Luc-Picard, Moana, Maui
  • Enemies: Ganondorf, Moby Dick, Cia, The Enclave, Big Brother, Kraken, Tamatoa
  • Opposed: King Harkinian, Khan Noonien Singh
  • King Daphnes Nohansen Hyrule was the last king of the old Kingdom of Hyrule that witnessed Ganondorf's bloody return and the flooding by the Goddesses. When Ganondorf broke the seal and wreak havoc on the flooded world, the King assumed the form of the King of Red Lions to search for the Hero and his descendant. In the final battle, Ganondorf assembled the Triforce but before he could make his wish, King Hyrule touched the ancient relic and wished for the destruction of Hyrule and stayed behind, alongside the stone statue of Ganondorf, so that the new world can have a future.
  • While he does appears in his original form, he would assume his form as the King of Red Lions, a boat that let Link sail through the Great Sea, due to his original form being bound to Hyrule itself.
    • The King of Red Lions is often spotted during a Smash tournament in the Great Sea, providing another platform from the waves.
    • He has some weird expressions when meeting the Fleet Girls, in which these girls are supposed to be ships.
  • Though Ganondorf is his enemy and stopped him from conquering Hyrule by washing away by the Flood, he admits that he is just like him, wanting Hyrule to rise from the waves of the Great Sea and its greatness restored based on nostalgia of the old world. Even then, he admits that holding onto the memories of the past will do no good in moving onto the future, hence his wish to destroy Hyrule forever.
    • He got alone with Picard, who understood the need to let go of the past and move on. At the same time, the King opposes Khan Noonien Singh because of his quest to regain his former glory led him on a misguided vendetta against James T. Kirk, making him no better than Ganondorf.
  • He heard about another King of Hyrule in the Pantheon, in which he doesn't seems to have expected or was even amused. Like everyone else in his universe, he pretends that the King doesn't exist with insistent that he is the only true king in Hyrule. Still, he is greatly annoyed with people asking him what's for dinner or even if his ship will set sail in the morning, even though he was a ship for a time.
  • He doesn't agree with Captain Ahab's unworthwhile vengeance against the whale Moby Dick. With that said, he agreed that Moby Dick is a dangerous creature that attacks humans without warning and he has his fair share of sea monsters in the Great Sea.
  • He disapproves of the Enclave and their attempt in rebuilding the glory of America after being nuked to hell and back. As terrible as the wasteland is, their goals never helped the state of it all either. Mr. House, on the other hand, whole-heartedly agrees with the King, having personally sneer at people clinging to old world values like democracy... despite himself being a living, breathing relic of the old America. House is pretty attached to Vegas and even civilized the tribe living out to be the reflection of people from back then.
  • As a king who wants the best for his people, he does not like Big Brother and how he created a dystopia world as its ruler, while he founded a utopia for the future of his people.
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    Ventari 
Ventari, God of Fighting No Longer (Legendary Centaur)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Ventari's Tablet
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Centaur, Desiring Peace Between Humans And Centaurs, Peaceful Centaur In a World With Warlike Centaurs, Befriending a Human, Greater Importance After Death, Pacifist, Revered by the Sylvari
  • Domains: Centaurs, Peace, Good, Wisdom
  • Allies: Grenth, Chiron, Centorea, Asgore Dreemurr, Frisk, Malfurion Stormrage, Tyrande Whisperwind, Cosmo, Himura Kenshin, Meliodas, Mamori Tokonome, Iji Kataiser, Charles Xavier
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Baine Bloodhoof
  • Enemies: Mordremoth, Garrosh Hellscream
  • Opposes: Apocalypse, Ares, War the Horseman, Lord Tirek
  • Good Counterpart to: Flowey
  • Once a proud warrior who fought humans, centaur sage Ventari grew to abhor the violence engulfing the centaurs and humans. Escaping to the south to avoid conflicts, he met and befriended the human Ronan, and together they planted the Pale Tree and founded a sanctuary of peace for all races seeking it.
    • Though Ventari has passed on, his legacy has made an impact on the Pale Tree and the Sylvari, who now (With some exceptions) hold his views and teachings written on his tablet in high regard. So strong is Ventari's legend, that Revenants can invoke him in the form of the Legendary Centaur Stance, granting them access to purely supportive abilities.
    • When Mordremoth learned that Ventari is the reason why most of the Sylvari didn't immediately join him, the elder dragon has made sure to remember to kill Ventari when the opportunity arises.
  • Gets along with fellow centaurs Chiron and Centorea, especially the former as they're both wise centaurs who're different from their more bloodthirsty brethren. However, Ventari doesn't get along with Lord Tirek for obvious reasons.
  • Refuses to participate in the wars between the Grand United Alliances, and will seek refuge to his temple during their battles.
  • Because of his experience and beliefs, Ventari naturally opposes malevolent pro-war deities like Apocalypse, War the Horseman and Ares.
  • Gets along with Asgore Dreemurr, as they're both peaceful monsters by nature. However, Ventari did not hesitate to call him out on promising the underground denizens with false hope when he made his declaration to annihilate humanity in a moment of grief. With that said, they're still allies.
  • Quite fond of Frisk as their pacifism goes well with his ideals, and they both have experiences with Interspecies Friendship.
  • Ventari's peaceful nature did not sit well with Flowey, who tried to provoke him with a Breaking Speech. To Flowey's annoyance though, Ventari claimed that his experience trumps Flowey's and decided to just ignore the flower. However, the centaur feels uneasy about Flowey's alliance with Mordremoth.
  • Ventari reminds Malfurion Stormrage and Tyrande Whisperwind of Cenarius, who could also be described as a peaceful centaur. The difference is that Cenarius wouldn't hesitate to go berserk if someone threatened nature.
  • Ventari wants peace. Garrosh Hellscream wants war. To the surprise of nobody, they don't get along. At all.
  • Interestingly, Baine Bloodhood does not trust Ventari's claims of being peaceful. After all, he and the Tauren has had many problems with the centaurs of Azeroth, and he finds it hard to believe that one centaur of the warlike centaurs of Tyria would desire peace instead. Ventari actually does not blame him for being on the cautious side, though he is hopeful that Baine would eventually come to realize that he genuinely means well.
  • Naturally gets along with fellow pacifists Himura Kenshin, Meliodas, Mamori Tokonome, Iji Kataiser, and Frisk.
  • Made allies with Charles Xavier, as he too wants peace between two people (Humans and Mutants in Professor X's case).
  • "The outside world is a violent place, where the seeds of chaos are sown with innocent tears. The only peace to be found is within the self. Forging the path of serenity from the mind to the heart is more difficult than any battle fought with steel."

Demigods

    Flintheart Glomgold 
Flintheart Glomgold, God of Envy-Driven Goals (Flinty, The World's Second-Richest Duck, Duke Baloney)
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' 87 Flintheart 
"Duke Baloney" 
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His hat
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Evil Counterpart and Always Second Best to Scrooge, Corrupt Corporate Executive, The Unfettered, Jerkass
  • Domains: Jealousy, Greed
  • Herald: Zan Owlson
  • Rivals: Mr. Burns, Wario, Smaug
  • Enemies: Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey, & Louie, Donald Duck, Daffy Duck, Phoney Bone, Ebenezer Scrooge, Jacob Marley, Varrick, Hazel Leveseque, Carmen Sandiego, Phantom Thieves of Hearts
  • Unwitting Pawn to: Envy
  • Scrooge Mcduck has encountered several adversaries throughout his adventures, some more than once, with Flintheart Glomgold being one of Mcduck's most frequent foes. Glomgold is the Second-Richest Duck in the World, a title he's not happy about to say the least. His main motivation in going after Mcduck is to take the title of Richest Duck in the World from him and will resort to anything, including using any sort of underhanded trick in the book, to surpass Mcduck in riches. Those attempts are never successful, but it hasn't stopped Flintheart from trying again no matter how futile the attempts may be.
  • Glomgold had heard rumors of a place far beyond Duckburg where riches beyond anyone's wildest dreams exist. Flintheart saw it as his biggest chance to finally surpass Scrooge Mcduck as the Richest Duck in the World and decided to set out for that place. What Flintheart didn't expect was that his journey would lead him to the Pantheon, a place that the rumors were apparently referring to and where so many characters beyond what Flintheart was used to reside. He was more than willing to use this place as a chance to surpass Mcduck, but rage quickly set in upon meeting Mcduck in the Pantheon. It became clear that no matter how hard Flintheart tries and where he goes, Mcduck will be there and Flintheart will always be in Mcduck's shadow when it comes to money. Despite all this, Flintheart decided to get a spot and to use the Pantheon as a means to further his attempts at surpassing Mcduck.
    • If Mcduck being in the Pantheon wasn't enough for Flintheart to get angry, then him finding out about a wide variety of equally rich beings did no favors to his temper at all. While learning about folks who could be potentially richer than Mcduck should be something that would please Flintheart in theory, he saw them as obstacles comparable to Mcduck when it comes to being rich. Flintheart is more than willing to use any sort of trick to surpass these rich beings and surpass not only Mcduck, but those who could be richer than that.
  • There's been a bit of discussion regarding his nationality amongst certain deities. To start with, he originated from an African country, though some have seen him as Scottish much like Mcduck. This isn't going into a separate set of deities who claim that he is from an African region, but acts very Scottish as part of his attempts to one-up Scrooge (in addition to being much fatter than normal and not even having Flintheart Glomgold as his birthname). For the most part, it's not really a topic that's generally been focused on in the long run.
  • One of his attempts at trying to beat Mcduck in monetary value was eavesdropping on a conversation between Mcduck and a few others about going to Smaug's temple and attempting to steal some riches that the dragon has. It proved to be a dangerous journey for those involved, but Flintheart somehow figured out a way to bypass many of the traps and reach Smaug's lair before Mcduck could. What Flintheart encountered was a massive dragon far more dangerous than many other threats that both Mcduck and Flintheart had encountered in their adventures and conflicts against each other. Not only that, but what Smaug has could surpass the value of both Flintheart and Mcduck. Although Flintheart boasted about his riches to Smaug and how the dragon's treasure hoard will make his richer than Mcduck, Smaug retorted that it didn't matter what Flintheart will try to do and that even if Flintheart did become richer than Mcduck, then there's no way to surpass those even richer than Mcduck. It ended up being a very dangerous task for Glomgold to get ahold of some of Smaug's treasures, but by the time he was boasting to the press about his findings, Mcduck appeared and showed off an even more valuable jewel that was hidden in Smaug's lair, overshadowing Glomgold's findings. All it did was add to Flintheart's resentment of Mcduck even further and Smaug was enraged at both Flintheart and Mcduck overall.
  • Phoney Bone saw Glomgold as yet another greedy man determined to become incredibly rich and saw him as a rival at first. Then Phoney learned about the measures that Glomgold is willing to resort to just to gain money and surpass his rival. Phoney begrudgingly conceded that while he's very full of himself and desiring of fame (that would include trying to get to Mcduck's level in terms of money), he wouldn't stoop to Glomgold's level of earning money and is honestly thankful that he has Fone Bone as a friend whereas Flintheart cared only about himself in the long run. All Flintheart saw in Phoney was a major annoyance and the two have gotten into trouble with each other in their various meetings with each other. A very similar case also applies with Flintheart's encounters with Daffy Duck, another duck with a multitude of schemes to become rich and/or famous.
  • Mr. Burns once made an attempt to work an alliance with Flintheart on the grounds that the two could share some money together and do so to surpass Mcduck's wealth. As enticing as Flintheart found the idea, the partnership didn't last long thanks to Flintheart getting too greedy and taking some of Burns' money for himself when Montgomery wasn't looking one day. During a meeting together after that incident, Flintheart boasted that he'll surpass Mcduck and that it wouldn't matter who gets in his way. Mr. Burns broke off the partnership and proceeded to "release the hounds" on Flintheart, chasing the duck out and starting a bitter rivalry between the two crooked businessmen.
    • By extension, the methods that he's willing to use in order to surpass Mcduck has led to some friction between Flintheart and the amoral rich folks. While some of these specific deities did try to get on his good side to ensure a partnership that wouldn't end as badly as with what happened with Mr. Burns, Flintheart is willing to double-cross them if possible. Adding to these problems is that some of these partnerships ended with Glomgold getting betrayed by his former "partner", further adding to his rivalry with many other rich deities.
    • What might be the biggest factor in Flintheart having significant difficulty in securing any consistent businesspeople to work with him is that despite being very rich, he's known to be very reckless with spending his money not just just to defeat Mcduck, but to surpass other rivals as well. While he does have Zan Owlson to keep him in check (as much as its possible considering how determined and selfish Flintheart is), there hasn't been a lot of luck within the Pantheon in trying to find someone who understands money that can curb Flintheart's more unscrupulous and petty behavior.
  • Ebenezer Scrooge and Jacob Marley were both repulsed by Glomgold's greed and willingness to beat Mcduck by any means necessary. Ebenezer sees Glomgold as what he could have become had he not been visited by the Christmas Ghosts and Marley sees Glomgold as someone who is unable to let go of his desire to become rich no matter what and possibly a worse version of what Marley was like before he became a ghost.
  • Varrick had an encounter with Flintheart during one of the former's travels. Varrick initially thought that Flintheart had a connection with Mcduck, but Flintheart made it very clear that he's only interested in surpassing Mcduck's wealth, a task that Varrick felt was extremely difficult. Flintheart ended up tricking Varrick into tagging along with some money-making plans. As Varrick saw Flintheart in action, it became clear that what Varrick saw was an even worse version of himself and one who would end up being fully absorbed in obtaining money no matter what. Varrick more than understood why he became a better person to begin with and betrayed Flintheart when the latter was busy. Both have made it clear that they don't want to get involved with each other since that incident.
  • Glomgold read about a fatal accident that Mcduck suffered from as a result of cursed gems and had a laugh at Mcduck's expense. Some time later, he learned about a girl named Hazel Leveseque who had with her a wide variety of jewels, but Glomgold wasn't aware of their true nature at first. Glomgold saw the girl and demanded that she hand over some of her jewels to him. Although she felt a bit threatened, she willingly handed over some of her jewels to Glomgold, who was too happy with his newfound "riches" to even know what was wrong with the jewels. A few days later, Glomgold attempted to dive into his money bin and fell on his face, requiring an operation to put him back together. Once that was finished, he learned that Hazel owned these cursed jewels and that Mcduck ended up being a victim previously, which resulted in him not wanting anything to do with her again. Even if Glomgold became aware of the cursed jewels, he simply felt mocked by what had happened and is trying to figure out a way for some payback against her.
  • One day, Flintheart discovered that some of his riches was stolen when he was asleep and demanded to know who took it. After going around the Pantheon trying to find the thief and getting himself into plenty of trouble along the way, he managed to find someone named Wario, having his hands on what Flintheart recognized as his money. Not only did the duck learn that Wario was willing to travel anywhere just to get richer, but that he owned a company. Flintheart also found Wario to be a disgusting person and obstacle during their battle. It ended with Flintheart being unable to get his money back from Wario, so he simply decided to go out adventuring and try and recoup that loss.
    • Wario's break-in wouldn't be the only instance of someone trying to break into Flintheart's place and stealing his valuables. With how much money he has combined with his selfish and unscrupulous demeanor, he's become a target for a multitude of various thieves throughout the Pantheon. Carmen Sandiego is more than willing to break into Glomgold Industries and not just steal all the money inside, but the value of all of Flintheart's riches. The Phantom Thieves have also declared him as a target, not just for his money, but to try and change his personality if possible. Haru Okumura has a particular hatred for Flintheart for being a possibly worse version of her dad when it comes to greed and plans.
  • True to its name, Envy saw Flintheart as a potential target to go after. After overhearing how he wanted more gems than Mcduck could ever get his hands on, Envy approached Mcduck with a task that would involve finding gems that could help him surpass Mcduck in terms of riches. Flintheart was all too eager to take up on the task, but he had no idea that this was meant to help Envy further its goals amongst its homunculi and that Envy never said anything about Flintheart keeping those gems if he manages to find them.

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