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    Majin Buu 
”Me Buu! KILL YOU!”

Majin Buu, Unholy God of Pink Psychopaths (Kid Buu, Super Buu, Buutenks, Buuhan, Evil Buu)
Kid Buu
Super Buu
Evil Buu
  • Overdeity (can become even more powerful by absorbing people)
  • Symbol: A piece of candy, his Slasher Smile and a Sphere of Destruction above them
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Theme Songs: Buu is Fighting, Kid Buu, Super Buu, Evil Buu, Scary Buu, Powerful Man From The Darkness
  • Portfolio: Psycho Pink, Omnicidal Maniac, Psychopathic Manchild, Implacable Man, Likes Sweets, Doesn’t Screw Around, Copying Abilities just by seeing them in action, Insane Laughter, The Assimilator, Sphere of Destruction, Confusion Fu, Almighty Idiot, Adaptational Intelligence, From A Single Molecule, Feral Villain, Blood Knight, Complete Monster, Genius Bruiser and Obfuscating Stupidity as Super Buu
  • Domains: Insanity, Evil, Destruction, Power, Magic, Candy
  • Allies: Janemba, Cell, Nekron, Fecto Forgo, Death Phantom, Doomsday, Void Termina, Mr. Dark, Infinite, Kefka Palazzo, Solaris, The Dark Star
  • Enemies: Everyone. At the top of the list are All Heroic Dragon Ball deities, Babidi, Fused Zamasu, Homura Akemi, YHVH, Lucifer, Cosmos, Clark Kent/Superman, Madoka Kaname, The Sailor Senshi, Kirby, Galactus, The Silver Surfer, Mogo, The Green Lanterns, Lord Tirek, The Grey Goo, Pac-Man, Multiple Death Entities, Doctor Strange, Doctor Fate, The Emperor of Mankind, Sonic the Hedgehog, All Heroic Final Fantasy Deities, Sora, All Ascended Pretty Cure, Light Yagami, The Life Entity
  • Feared by: King Cold and to a lesser extent Frieza
  • Interests: Dr. Gero
  • Majin Buu was a depraved, pink entity residing in existence since the beginning of time. However, this feral creature came to be summoned by Bibidi, who had him annihilate countless planets before being killed after sending Buu to Earth in a contained seal. But not before offing multiple Gods, with Buu even absorbing one. Buu would come to be freed by Babidi, and would later turn on him and befriend Hercule Satan. However, the Evil expelled itself from Buu thanks to a psychopath that shot Mr. Satan and their dog Bee. The Evil Buu absorbed Good Buu, becoming Super Buu, rampaging across the Earth and wiping out almost all of humanity before Vegeta killed him, bringing upon the return of the Psychotic Kid Buu, who immediately blew up the planet before tearing things up in both the afterlife and the mortal plane, destroying many, many planets. Goku, Vegeta and Fat Buu, once freed from Kid Buu, took on Kid Buu and managed to win thanks to Hercule helping get humanity to gather energy for the Spirit Bomb, which killed the monstrosity.
  • Majin Buu arrived to the Pantheon thanks to Nekron finding the correct spell, the same exact one Bibidi used, to summon him. Buu’s First Act Upon Being Summoned From Being Deader than Dead was to immediately blow up Mars, and then a heavily populated planet with a mad cackle, regenerating from the debris of said worlds unscathed after their destruction. Utilizing the Instant Transmission ability that he learned upon watching Shin use it to save Goku, Hercule Satan, Dende and Vegeta, Buu teleported towards the main body of the Pantheon, before using a Sphere of Destruction to nuke some members of the GUAL and GUAC that were warring with each other, killing many of them, before deciding to absorb Beelzebub much to the shock of the others present. Absorbing him gave Buu a pink insect-like appearance...and also a form of intelligence. Laughing, he turned everyone in the vicinity into chocolate and ate them.
    • Buu then proceeded to rampage across the Pantheon, killing anyone he came across that couldn’t escape him or stand up to him. Eventually, he got assaulted by The Silver Surfer, who had tracked him down to stop his rampage. Unfortunately, he was caught off guard by Buu’s Healing Factor, and the pink monster started whaling on him. Before he could decide to absorb Silver Surfer, Galactus appeared, who Buu perceived as a giant purple version of himself, and blasted the pink terror with the power cosmic, severely wounding Buu and causing him great pain, before leaving with the unconscious Silver Surfer. Buu prepared to flee and recover, but was caught of guard by a massive combination of Goku’s Kamehameha and Vegeta’s Final Flash, the two of them having heard of a rampaging pink creature turning people into candy and knowing exactly who it was. This obliterated Buu, as well as the absorbed Beelzebub. After awakening in the House of Death and Postmortem, having been returned to his Kid Buu form due to his death, he teleported away with the Instantaneous Movement technique before anyone had a chance to subdue him. Even worse, thanks to Nekron, Buu was properly ascended during his rampage, which has been documented in the Pantheon as one of, if not the biggest Mass Murder in Pantheonic History.
  • Contrary to popular belief, while Kid Buu is an Almighty Idiot, he does happen to be more intelligent then he lets on as displayed when he used a badly beaten Vegeta as a Human Shield to keep Goku from throwing the Spirit Bomb, though this might be instinct to survive instead. Buu IS however intelligent enough to absorb beings stronger than him, even as Kid Buu. Just ask the former South Kai and the Grand Supreme Kai, and Shin can most definitely confirm this, having been present himself and helpless to do anything to stop Buu’s massacre of multiple gods. Beelzebub is still sore about Buu absorbing him and wants to make the pink terror suffer unimaginable pain, but knows that approaching Buu on his own will result in either the same result or death, so he’s held off for now.
  • A blight upon the entire Dragon Ball universe for a long time, Majin Buu is feared and loathed by villains and heroes alike. King Cold, of all people, knew about Majin Buu enough to the point where he outright told his son Frieza never to get into a fight with the creature, which raises questions on how he obtained knowledge on the pink terror in the first place. Shin, the Supreme Kai of Universe 7, was outright terrified of the idea of Buu’s return, and since Beerus shares a life-link with him, the Hakaishin is more than willing to step in to preserve his life if Buu attacks him. The Z-Fighters just want Buu gone, no matter how much of a Worthy Opponent Goku sees him as. Goku himself drops this Worthy Opponent view when Buu absorbs someone intelligent. He remembers very well what Super Buu did and how monstrous he was.
    • There is one being from his home universe that he happened to get along with swimmingly. Cell. Surprisingly enough, even as Kid Buu, he and the wicked Bio-Android are great friends. This is likely due to Cell’s belief that Dr. Gero created him to be the universe’s end. Their alliance goes into massive Villainous Friendship territory when he has intelligence, as Buu likes fighting strong opponents while intelligent and will absorb anyone stronger than him in a fight, much to the delight of Cell, who feels he’s found a kindred spirit in the pink terror. Many were horrified by this alliance. Even worse, Dr. Gero has taken a bigger interest in Buu than he had before when it came to 21. Now? He plans to create a True Brother to Cell with all of Buu’s abilities as well as those of any strong being he can collect DNA from unnoticed, planning on making this new Biological Android completely subservient to the original Cell.
  • Planning on sealing him in Another Dimension? That won’t work, as evidenced with the Hyperbolic Time Chamber. Superman had him sealed in the Phantom Zone, and Buu threw a tantrum that tore a portal between dimensions and then proceeded to leave. Homura Akemi tried to turn him to stone, and Buu exerted so much rage that He Broke Free and leveled the surrounding area. Because of what she did, Buu has been trying to focus fire her, and when intelligent, Madoka as well. When he absorbed a random deity and gained intelligence for a time, he outright admitted that while he would’ve killed her anyway, he never would’ve decided to start specifically trying to hunt her down out of spite had she not tried to seal him, intentionally provoking Homura and knowing full well that she’ll go to extreme lengths to protect her, all to study her strength and, in the future, act accordingly against her. To this end, he plans on absorbing Dio Brando to gain an immunity to stopped time and someone with Complete Immortality so that she cannot kill him. Oops.
  • Even as Kid Buu, the pink terror grew quite irritated with Zamasu’s constant hypocritical comments towards him and his Knight Templar declarations and boasts. It came to a head when Buu absorbed someone for their power and gained some intelligence, and Zamasu did the same things concerning the pink terror. Buu, right out of the blue, teleported to his temple and blew it up, before giving Zamasu a "Reason You Suck" Speech that plunged the Rogue God into a homicidal rage of the likes that nobody had seen yet from even someone as deranged as him. Buu teleported away from his attacks as Zamasu furiously tried to kill him, and when Zamasu overwhelmed him and Buu managed to escape, the pink terror mused that he simply proved his point.
    Majin Buu: “You speak of righteousness, and the evils of mortality and creatures like me. Yet your damnation of multiple worlds leaves you just as bad as Buu, and we both plan to continue bringing destruction upon life. You claim it to be a Necessary Evil, and you may actually believe your own words, but in reality, there are many mortals far less problematic than you. I Know Exactly what I am, but you don’t. And it’ll likely continue that way forever. Oh? Buu can see you shaking in anger. Come on. Attack me.”
  • Gets along with Solaris. As Kid Buu, he enjoys destroying things along with Iblis and Mephiles, but when intelligent, he and the latter will sometimes calmly discuss ways of destruction and potential problems in the way of their goals and ideas on how to go about dealing with them. That being said, Buu is interested at the idea of fighting and killing Sonic the Hedgehog, Shsdow the Hedgehog, Silver the Hedgehog, and every last one of their allies, earning him enemies in them, at least more than his goals already had. On another note, Dr. Eggman knows that there isn’t a chance in hell that trying to use Buu as a servant like he has previous abominations won’t backfire on him, and he’d likely end up turned into chocolate, so he’s staying clear of Buu.
  • No matter the version of this malevolent Buu, he is more than happy with breaking into Mr. Dark’s temple and gorging on chocolate for hours on end before rampaging. Mr. Dark was very annoyed with this at first, but came to realize that with how powerful Buu is, the creature’s behavior towards his temple and the candies inside has the potential to work in his favor. He extended an offer for the creature’s services in turn for more and more candies to be delivered to Buu’s temple if he will sometimes help him destroy his foes. Buu went along with his proposal for an alliance but plans on killing or absorbing Mr. Dark at a later period anyway.
  • There was a day where the Kid Buu arrived on Pop Star and started a massive rampage, opting Kirby, who was not happy with Buu, to act and fight the pink terror. To many’s surprise, Kirby managed to win and sent Buu hurling into the sun, and the creature is still very sore about this even after recovering from being killed by the Hero of Dreamland. On the other hand, Fecto Forgo, a fellow Omnicidal Maniac and Assimilator, enjoys Buu’s company, and was sealed away for a long time much like him. Unsurprisingly, the two get along very well. Fecto particularly likes Majin Buu’s “Human Extinction Attack” and sees it as a way to get rid of many threats to them at once...something that Majin Buu himself has noticed as well. None of this goes into the similarities Buu shares with Void Termina, who happens to hang out with him at times.
  • The House of Food is a place where Majin Buu likes breaking into and stealing candy to consume, and will turn anyone who tries to stop him into chocolate for him to eat as well. His “Chocolate Beam” is so potent that unless you have legitimate godly Magic like Vegito did, you aren’t surviving that attack. That being said, he’s proven to be more than capable of turning life into other things, like when he turned Chi-Chi into an egg, for example. Buu will sometimes seek out large gatherings and groups of people to transform into sweets for him to consume, and given his absurd regeneration and strength, he usually succeeds in these attacks, much to the absolute horror of most of the Pantheon. Buu also dislikes the idea of beings stronger than him existing, and wants to find a way to dispose of them.
  • Has a very sore spot for the Green Lanterns after he was repelled by Mogo and a few of them, though Buu did put up a fight and land some hits before being obliterated and overwhelmed, forcing an irate Majin Buu to flee after he regenerated. Death Phantom, who many, including the Sailor Guardians and Tuxedo Mask, his greatest foes, consider to be Mogo’s Evil Counterpart, plans on finding a way to permanently alter Majin Buu’s mental state to give him Super Buu’s intelligence, even when nothing is absorbed and as Kid Buu, much to the disgust of the Green Lanterns, Mogo, The Dragon Team, The Sailor Guardians and Tuxedo Mask. These foul plans have only further solidified Death Phantom’s position as a figure of contempt.
  • Majin Buu hates his Good Counterpart Fat Buu, and makes no attempt to hide it at all. Given how strong Buu is, he usually overwhelms the Good Buu, prompting the Z Fighters to step in. This Buu, unlike his Good Counterpart, has no qualms against trying to heartlessly slaughter Hercule Satan and Bee the Dog, much to the rage of the latter two and Good Buu. Superman once stepped in against Buu when he attempted to kill the three and came dangerously close to succeeding in this attempt, and a very angry Buu was destroyed by the Man of Steel. Well aware of Buu’s cruelty and regeneration, as well as his own semi-vulnerability to magic, Superman has told his conrades in the Justice League about this new threat.
    Majin Buu: Me Buu! NOT YOU!
  • His attack on the afterlife after destroying the Earth has ended up landing him on the shitlist of most death entities, though a few don’t really care. Light Yagami is scared shitless of Buu because his skills at planning won’t be able to save him from how deranged the pink terror is, and Ryuk isn’t saying anything. This might be part of why Buu and Janemba get along so well: They both terrorized the afterlife and delighted in it, and have extremely powerful Reality Warping abilities that took fusions to challenge. Pikkon remembers how easily Buu beat him, and wants to get even with the creature, though the pink terror doesn’t care at all and would rather have him for lunch. Many fear the idea of Majin Buu successfully absorbing Janemba or the two of them pulling a Fusion Dance to create an entity known as “Janembuu”, and thankfully they haven’t done so as of yet.
“I was promised a good fight. Produce the challenger. Which one of you is it? Don't be shy. Come forward. The time has arrived.”

Greater Gods

    Black Doom 

"Annihilation for this planet is near. It is time to embrace the dawn of your demise and despair."

Black Doom, God of Red and Black Villains (Big Boss Man, Doom’s Eye, Devil Doom, Actual Satan, The Devil from The Bible, the Devil's Dog)
Devil Doom
  • Greater God. Doom’s Eye is a Lesser God.
  • Symbol: The Black Arms symbol. Alternatively, the Black Comet.
  • Theme Song: Black Doom
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Obviously Evil With A Name To Match, Knight Templar, Evilutionary Biologist, Having Doom in his name, Extremely Evil Aliens, Power Floats, Red and Black Showing He’s Evil, Voice of the Legion, Doppelgänger Attack, Evil Red Eyes, Had a hand in Shadow’s creation and is one of his most personal foes, Galactic Conquerer, Evil Sounds Deep
  • Domains: Evil, Aliens, Doom, Death, Depravity, Conquest, Consumption
  • Heralds: Black Death and the rest of the Black Arms
  • Followers: Judar, the Mutos, Moridin
  • Allies: Ragyo Kiryuin, Nui Harime, Gul'dan, King Ghidorah, Gigan, The Shroobs, The Death Busters, Mard Geer, Pennywise, Molag Bal, Lavos, Sheev Palpatine, The Mars Attacks! Martians, The Other Mother
  • Rivals: Mephiles The Dark, Megatron, Frieza, The Harvesters, The Chaos Kin, Merged Zamasu
  • Enemies:
  • Respects: Tyranids
  • Respected by: SCP-953
  • Interested in: Many deities in the Hall of Mind Control, Corrupters, The Joker
  • Commonality Connection: Darkdeath Evilman
  • Stories have been told of a meteor that passes by every 50 years. Long ago, Dr. Gerald Robotnik made contact with it and made a deal with the alien race inhabiting it, which were known as the Black Arms. Their leader, Black Doom, would aid in Project Shadow on the condition that the creation, Shadow, would serve him and deliver the Chaos Emeralds to the Black Arms when the Black Comet appears over the Earth. It didn’t go the way he hoped. When the Black Comet appeared, despite everything Black Doom did to bring him to his side, it ended up being Shadow who put an end to his twisted plans.
  • Black Doom arrived to the Pantheon one night with his armies not far behind him with the intent to conquer it and use everything and everyone that he possibly could as food for him and his race to consume. While his plan was stopped by Shadow, who was working with a few other deities in the fight against him and was quite livid that Black Doom had returned, he managed to retreat to the Black Comet in space in order to begin plotting his next move. Shadow was not happy at all to see Black Doom and the Black Arms in the Pantheon, and when Gerald and Maria Robotnik got wind of his arrival, they weren’t amused either.
  • Often uses Doom’s Eye, a Mouth of Sauron who happens to be a part of him, to spy on potential opposition and communicate with others rather than meet them himself. He’s come to learn of the Other Mother and Pennywise through it and has used Doom’s Eye to communicate with them, becoming allies as a result with him even offering Pennywise some captured children to consume in return for some aid from the Monster Clown. To his pleasure, Pennywise accepted the offer. As for the Other Mother, he prefers to leave her to her own devices, but his hatred of humanity leads him to sending Black Arms troops sometimes to aid her in her plans. Coraline Jones was not pleased to learn of this.
  • Currently, he's very interested in the Tyranids, given that they are aliens with a similar goal. Many are worried about what will happen if he manages to get them to join the Black Arms, though for now, the most Black Doom can do is tell them what he wants to be accomplished. On the other hand, The Immortal God-Emperor of Mankind and his subordinates absolutely hate him and cite him as a reason the Imperium is xenophobic. Black Doom doesn't have a positive view on humanity in general and believes that they are to be served to the Black Arms in order to be offered "salvation". It isn’t just the Emperor either. Many who have had experience fighting against evil aliens such as Superman and XCOM are already keeping an eye on Black Doom. Mario, Luigi and their allies find him similar to a certain race of aliens that they once fought against and have also been opposing him and his Black Arms. Black Doom has responded by making contact with said aliens: The Shroobs. He got along swimmingly with their princesses and they have decided to join forces.
  • He has grown to become very annoyed whenever someone refers to the Black Arms as "disgusting black creatures" in a manner that sounds racist. He has made it very clear that anyone who opposes him and that alien race will get destroyed, no matter what. When it was pointed out that he would’ve done this to all organic life possible that he could successfully subjugate anyway by feeding them to the Black Arms and himself, he didn’t even attempt to deny it, but claimed it to be salvation for their races. He did catch wind of alleged comparisons between Shadow and Ryuko Matoi. This led Black Doom to meet Ragyo Kiryuin and was impressed that Ragyo would betray humans to side with aliens. For the time being, Ragyo is one of the very few humans that Black Doom is willing to work with. Ryuko, Satsuki and all of their allies find him and his goals way too similar to Ragyo Kiryuin for their liking, but unfortunately, she has let Nui Harime aid him in some of his plans.
  • Yes. He’s well aware that his paralyzing gas can be resisted or is even completely ineffective against some people that are in the Pantheon. He’s taken an interest in The Joker’s Joker Toxin because of this, as it has incapacitated the entirety of the Justice League before and he believes that applying some of the properties of it to his own paralyzing gas could be helpful.
  • It didn't take that long for Black Doom to encounter a number of other aliens aside from the Shroobs and the interactions he's had with some of them are quite varied. For one, he has struck up an alliance with King Ghidorah and Black Doom will allow the kaiju to work with him whenever the Black Arms are in trouble. Ghidorah is happy as long as it can cause pain and misery towards humans, something that Black Doom approves of. On the other hand, Black Doom doesn't have anything positive to say about Babidi, citing him as nothing more than a Dirty Coward. Even then, Babidi's whole "control evil with a spell" schtick is something that Black Doom doesn't want to experience firsthand and wants to feed the little wizard to some of his minions.
    • Likewise, he thinks lowly of Cybertronians. Viewing them as the same kind of foolish and self-destructive species as humans. And since they're mechanical in nature, they cannot be used as a food source for the Black Arms, making them useless in Black Doom's eyes. That being said, he has been competing with Megatron in the field of conquest recently, and the Decepticon welcomes the competition and has declared that he will come out on top. Black Doom once considered having Arael work for him, given the latter's abilities, but upon learning that Arael is merely interested in the psychology of humans and not openly malicious towards them, Black Doom became extremely offended and had the plans scrapped.
    • He’s also grown to respect the goals of the Death Busters and their Master Pharaoh 90, citing them as an alien race that recognizes humanity’s worthlessness. While their goals aren’t the same, as Pharaoh 90 wants to exterminate all of humanity and replace them with Daimons rather than use them as livestock, it has reached the levels where the Black Arms can occasionally be seen watching and aiding the Death Busters. He has earned enemies in the Sailor Senshi when he personally showed up during a fight between them and the Black Arms and had the Black Bull attack the Magical Girls. And both being alien overlords, it would seem natural that him and Frieza would butt heads with each other, with both of them merely seeing the other as competition. The spot for ruler of the universe can't be shared, after all.
  • He and Mard Geer Tartaros have grown to respect each other’s disregard for humanity and have become allies. This has unnerved the Fairy Tail Guild, as Black Doom hates the human race just as much, if not moreso than Mard Geer. They have been opposing him, but Black Doom’s response to this was a simple chuckle and one word. “Futile.” He does however disagree with the Dalek Empire about their plans to kill off humanity as he believes that they are going to be a very good food source. That being said, he won’t pull an Enemy Mine against them with the Doctor. On the contrary, the two absolutely hate each other and the Doctor will do everything in his power to make sure Black Doom never succeeds.
  • Has learned of Mephiles the Dark and how he, much like him, tried to get Shadow to pull a Face–Heel Turn and go against everything he cared about. Fortunately, his goals wildly differ from those of Mephiles, and he has been finding himself competing in the field of manipulation against him instead. On a related note, Black Doom has recently taken an interest in the Hall of Mind Control and Corrupters, hoping to gain some allies in his quest to get Shadow to join the Black Arms. While he hasn’t had much luck with the Hall of Mind Control at the moment, he and Molag Bal managed to hit it off and form a proper alliance, much to the horror of many as having such a great corrupter as an ally could be catastrophic if the two play their cards right.
  • Despite his supposed demise in the mortal plane, recent sightings of Doom's Eye during the Time Eater incident were reported. While Shadow is currently investigating the matter closely and Black Doom himself could not be reached for comment, no one is sure of its appearance is the result of the Time Eater itself or if Shadow's old enemy truly has returned once more.
  • "Friend or foe means nothing to us! We are merciless until the end!"

Dogma, God of Monochromatic Villainy (Christian Broadcast)
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  • Greater God, bordering on Overdeity
  • Symbol: A crucifix made out of TV static
  • Theme Song: Living in the Light
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Fetus-Like Beings Made From TV Static, Emerging From TVs With Hellish Screeches, Possessing Monochrome Appearances Due To Their Nature, Bordeline Lovecraftian Entities That Gain Angelic Appearances In Their Second Phase, Living Embodiments Of Religious Fundamentalism, Names That Reflect The Corruption Of Christian Ideals, Superbosses With Ominous Appearances Whose Presence Affects Their Work's Stories Despite Not Appearing Physically Much, Granting Powerful Abilities After Its Defeat, Boss Themes Altered From Earlier Tracks That Contain The Voices Of Aggressive Televangelists, Shockingly Booming Voices And Unique Appearances That Aren't Easily Detected, Being Able to Fire Its Feathers And Bizarre Laser Beams, Being The Climax Of Their Work's Story Despite Not Being The Final Boss, Having Strange Designs With Optional Third Eyes, Possessing Unique Health Bars
  • Domains: Religion, Corruption, Obsession, Technology, Angels, Empowerment
  • High Priest: Laughing Jack
  • Followers: Armando Salazar, the Nixels
  • Allies: Delirium, Ultra Greed, YHVH, Galeem, Metatron, the Angels of Paradiso, Bishop Mozgus, William Stryker, Judge Claude Frollo, Enrico Pucci, the High Sparrow
  • Enemies: ISAAC, any and all demons within the pantheon, Isaac's Dad/Bumb-bo, Father Balder, Arceus, Aslan, the Khan Maykr, Guts, Casca, Bayonetta, Rodin, Pony Island's patron demons, Doomguy, Dharkon, Akira Fudo/Devilman, Brian Cohen, Rosemary Woodhouse, Carol Anne Freeling, the Investigation Team, Six, Garfield, most gods hailing from video games
  • Undesirably respects: Most depictions of the Abrahamic God within the pantheon, Archangel Michael
  • Intimidated by: Magneto
  • Opposed by: All deities who suffered at the hands of religious zealots (especially Orel Puppington), all benevolent Christians amongst the deities
  • Religion is arguably one of the most powerful forces of will that mankind has conceptuallized, helping uplift the downtrodden masses and steer them towards the path of the righteous. However, the beliefs of mankind is also something that can easily be corrupted through mankind's arrogant desires, turning what were once pleasant, caring figures into spiteful shadows of themselves. Dogma is this idea given form, spawned from the dying mind of Isaac trying to grip with the cruel world he knows. As Isaac's parents grew more and more apart due to their differences, Isaac's mother, Magdalene turned to religion to cope with her failing marriage. However, the fanatical nature of the televangelists she listened to only made her grow increasingly delusional, having a profound effect on her husband, and more importantly, her son. Left to live in a single household with a mother he considered to have been warped into a rapturous fiend, Isaac's morose mins was plagued with not just the belief of him being responsible for his parents' separation, but an increasingly paranoia-driven fear that his mother was seconds away from ending his life. Overwhelmed with despair, Isaac dived into his beloved toybox to escape the cruelty of the world, the entirety of his adventure being a Dying Dream his haywire mind generates. After his body rotted to pure bones from his time in the chest, Isaac's consciousness eventually gave birth to the root cause of his mother's degradation, a strange, vaguely-angelic creature made of static known as Dogma. Facing the creature in a facsimile of his family home, Isaac managed to fell the creature through his grit, determination, and likely a bevy of powerful items at his deposal, being granted its powers in the process. Now armed with the retooled might of his religious upbringing, Isaac was able to use his newfound powers to defeat the Beast of the Apocalypse itself, allowing for his soul to, at long last, rest in peace.
  • Sometime after Isaac's ascension, a discarded analog television was discovered by Tamatoa outside of the House of Color. Intrigued by a device foreign to his era, the avaricious crab wasted no time in throwing it upon his shell as he wandered back into their hall, wanting to investigate its capabilities first-hand. However, after having this device for some amount of time, Tamatoa eventually made an otherwise unheard-of decision regarding his artifacts: suddenly leaving the device abandoned once more. While the tv itself seemed to work normally when first powered on, Tamatoa's intrigue and wonder turned to a creeping fear as the days wore on, the machine's broadcasts being interrupted by periods of static and unsettling whisperings. Figuring something was deeply wrong with his newfound prize, Tamatoa made the trek over to the House of Craft to see if their members could provide any assistance to his television's odd glitches. Even with their best mechanics, however, their attempts to find the issues regarding the device proved fruitless, the television otherwise seeming in perfect condition despite the connection issues. Instead, the debatable cure to the machine's plight was when it finally landed into Rodin's care, them only taking it on after all traditional correction techniques seemingly had no effect. Left to fester within the bowels of the Gates of Hell, the device's static interruptions overtook it as the main source of programming, the whispers finally becoming audible as demands for worship and Christian morals. Quickly understanding the true nature of the device, Rodin spread some of the souls he worked with next to the idle device and waited for its response. As the device was awash with demonic energy, a strange entity tore its way through the television as it tore the demonic remnants asunder, before turning its rage towards the fallen angel who tried to repair its base. As the entity lunged towards Rodin, a quick sidestep from the bartender left it crashing through the bar's wall, flying off into the night.
  • While Dogma doesn't exactly display a clear range of intelligence, there is but one thing that allows him and other TBOI gods to thrive in a world where the boundaries between fantasy and reality are but one: a mutual desire to take down Isaac. Having been given form from Isaac's mind and its experiences with religious dominance, it was assumed by many gods that Dogma would see his creator as the demon he thought himself to be. This sentiment was something that would be expectedly proven true, Dogma's presence slowly attuned Ultra Greed and Delirium with its own, hoping to manipulate them in an attempt to destroy their maker. As Isaac ventured into one of Ultra Greed's Greedier challenges in the hopes of scoring a hefty payday, the presence of Dogma and Delirium began to slowly creep in into the gauntlet, floor elements ever so slightly changing or shouting being heard far-off into the distance. First assuming that he was merely noticing things he haven't before, Isaac's thoughts slowly shifted into a deep concern that something was very wrong as he progressed further and further, fearing that this run would not end as simply as it had before. As the boy threw open the doors to Ultra Greed's chamber, his concerns were confirmed by a patchwork array of shifting floorboards between those lined with gold, illuminated by stationary bits of dim light, and assorted material, as Ultra Greed's allies emerged from the sides to surround the boy on all sides. Needless to say, Isaac's Greedier run quickly ended with a scribbled-together will, being prompted booted right back out of Ultra Greed's temple with the sin's laughter hot on his ears. Not waiting a minute from this sudden reoccurrence of his darkest fears brought to form, Isaac rushed to the House of Religion and Faith to warn them against this new threat, their benevolent messages at risk of being intercepted by anything but.
    • Adding to its obtuse nature, Dogma's temple isn't something one can find easily. Being born from Isaac's trauma, the pathway to their residence is known simply as "The Ascent", only assessable through the dark crypts within the pantheon. By making their way to the bottom of these catacombs and extracting a note from Isaac's father, the god/gods must proceed back the way they came until they reach the passage to Dogma's temple. The way forward to its domain isn't a pleasant one either, with many reporting hearing long-past arguments echoing through the halls as they fight off the swarm of monsters in their way. Having fully claimed Isaac's memories of his house as his own, Dogma has corrupted its visage to be obscured by darkness, with only the light of its TV shining through its halls. In addition, while other gods themselves have a difficult time reaching the temple (for what little reasons there are to do so), Dogma itself strangely manages to pass through the gauntlet with ease, gilding out the house and into the divine realm at large. Many theorize that this is due to Dogma desiring a "test" for the devoted few interested in its domain, the Ascent testing their willpower in exchange for its enlightenment.
  • Given the fact it hails from the forces that slowly consumed the mind of Isaac's mother, Dogma also has little positive feelings regarding the divine representation of Isaac's father, Bumb-bo. His childish world a mere fabrication holding back his son's mind from true devotion, Dogma regards the miser as an ever-persistent pest, something just in need of disposing just as Isaac's mother did their backdrops. While Isaac's father did consider using his shared form to attempt and take down Dogma himself for the protection of his son, such was an idea he quickly threw out. Not only was the formation of Dogma tied to one of the core elements of his marriage falling apart (thus making directly confronting the beast meaningless), its effects on Isaac's psyche has allowed the pious psychopomp to grow far, far more powerful than anything Bum-bo could even muster. No, trying to fight against the tides of the past wasn't the route Isaac's dad wanted to embark on, as doing so just causes the risk of even more people falling under its curse. Rather, Isaac's father's approach on the existence of Dogma is merely one of ignoring it: cut off access to its temple, warn others of the dangers of allowing their devotion to overtake them, and live at peace with the past. Besides: the Pantheon has provided him the chance to once more embark on a quest far more noble, respectable, and time-consuming than any terror in the night: raising his son.
  • While Dogma isn't a true angel itself, the nature of its conception has rendered it popular with some of the more malicious forces of Heaven. Stricken by its ways of spreading its harsh creed to those who beheld it, YHVH was immediately interested in having Dogma as a servant, casting forth Metatron to track down its location. Upon reaching its domain, Metatron stood before the TV as the beast took form, with it being calmed by the righteous might shown before it. In a rare moment of peace, Dogma wordlessly recognized that the will Metatron radiated was something to be respected, acting in accordance to their will. While Dogma is a being too animalistic to have any true alliance to the floating head and his minions, following their original encounter, YHVH and Metatron has easily been able to command Dogma into enforcing their will. With the gods having no shortage of worshippers amongst them, something the two of them have experimented with is sending Dogma's signals to breach TV stations, changing the programming to something Dogma may be able to spread their form of devotion through. As for their enemies, Dogma is also primed to serve as a tool of assassination, as there are few gods who are able to take an ambush from a greater god and manage to come out on top Learning of this through idle chatter between the holy, the Angels of Paradisio have also praised Dogma as an ideal angel even with his unorthodox origins, adding them as an honorary member of their respective armies against the unclean ways of the pantheon.
    • Owing to its origins, Dogma is notable in the fact it refuses to engage in combat with any being it sees as truly divine. Be this form of a largely Christian form of God benevolent or malevolent, putting it directly in front of Dogma will cause it to deliberately avoid confrontation. As a matter of fact, Dogma acts surprisingly passive when faced with these beings given its reputation, standing perfectly still when left alone and following any command given to it perfectly. While this has caused it to gain several powerful allies out of a shared hatred towards the unclean, the universally good incarnations of the big man upstairs find themselves both perplexed and a little disturbed that such an aggressive, vindictive being only does so out of mankind's principles. While none of these forms of God are too kind to actively dislike Dogma per se, they are still uncomfortable with the questions it brings up regarding their impact on humanity. Not wanting to spark serious complaints for weaponizing the incarnation of Christianity at its worst, the gods collectively agreed to just leave Dogma within its temple. After all, having a borderline eldritch being whose gut reaction to other gods is to blast them with condensed static as a minion doesn't exactly do one's reputation any favors.
    • Despite this fact, not all deities with a heavenly aesthetic are seen as tolerable in Dogma's eyes. Purely speaking, Dogma is an entity that values the message it transmits more than anything else, honoring the ever-present radiance these godly figures emanate. However, something Dogma was not in preparation for is the existence of God-like figures within the pantheon, figures that capture the image of true benevolence without being directly Christian themselves. While at first confused by the seemingly paradoxical nature of these beings, Dogma's alliance with YHVH and Paradiso has pushed it towards considering these beings mere mockeries in the face of divinity, showing the fullest extent of its fury when faced with them in combat. On the top of Dogma's shit list on this front is the Khan Maykr, a seemingly angelic being that has shaped societies with their presence despite eventually falling to evil. Deeply unnerved by the prospect that their identity may be founded upon nothing but lies, Dogma's earthly fanaticism regularly clashes with the Khan's more mystical authority, battling each other in the hopes of settling the score of the origin of mankind's beliefs.
      • Not exactly keen on being targeted given his role, Aslan constructed a plan to ease Dogma into slowly warming Dogma's heart to the existence of other beliefs, starting with the other "messiah" dominant in the pantheon. Given his lowly position amongst the gods, to say Brian was apprehensive at the idea of trying to calm a raging god was an extreme understatement, not helped by the fact that any praise he did receive in his life was out of a complete misunderstanding. While the lion would normally be one to respect his ally's wishes, the urgent pleading of his contemporaries ultimately forced Aslan into coaxing him to do it. With the promise of getting some undesired worshippers off his back if he just tried, Brian marched upwards and onwards through the Ascent until at least reaching Dogma's house, already on edge from his travels. While he knew from the beginning that such a proposition was born from desperation, Brian reasoned to himself that perhaps his supposed role could trick Dogma into following his commands, thus allowing some of the gods to hopefully shift Dogma's mind for the better. As Dogma emerged from its TV and stared at the assumed prophet, Brian proudly announced himself to actually be a divine messager himself for once, hoping to gain enough trust with Dogma to hopefully render it docile towards them. After a brief silence, what was aimed to be a calm yet firm request of peace resulted in Dogma breaking through the roof of its domain in a furious attempt to thrust Brian off of them, with Brian being left to dangle in absolute terror from atop the horror's back. Immediately detecting Brian as a mere peasant trying to keep a falsehood going, Dogma would've shown him just how dangerous the bright side could be if he wasn't intercepted by a trailing Devilman, who managed to safely snatch them out of Dogma's clutches. While Aslan chastised himself for almost allowing Brian's death, he remains hopeful that Dogma's message could be swayed if given enough time. For now though, the lion has given a strict warning to the pantheon's zealots to not excite its wrath.
  • Being an entity representing mankind's vicious desire for religious conformity, it is unsurprising that Dogma found itself the subject of adoration by some of the pantheon's more fanatical residents. Being the literal embodiment of televangelism, for many gods amongst the pantheon, the existence of Dogma provided a prime method of tuning in to some of the "finest" religious programming modern society has to offer. While not exactly a pleasant listen, should one manage to deal with the sounds of a murdered radio and the high-pitched yowling the sermons are delivered in, many gods have developed an odd sort of culture surrounding Dogma's dubious advice, discussing the matter openly even with their notorious reputations. While some of the hyper-religious gods of the pantheon don't always take what they can make out as face value or believe it is the be-all-end-all guide to religion (with Judge Frollo and William Stryker being disappointed at the lack of damnation towards the Romani and mutants respectfully), they all are unanimous in agreement at the core tenets Dogma provides: remain devotional to the will of God at all times, or else. Being the sole religious zealot amongst his group not hampered by outside beliefs, alongside the fact he is the chosen embodiment of fundamentalism itself, Mozgus is exceptionally grateful for the presence of Dogma, seeing its messages as the perfect cure for any mild case of heresy. It is even said that the bishop falls asleep at night listening to its broadcasts, although this is something Mozgus fiercely denies under threat of having the nearest object embedded into their skull.
    • However, not all religious fanatics are in agreement with Dogma's ideals. While Dogma's roots lie firmly in connection with the belief in the divine, it doesn't change the fact that Dogma was born from a supposedly blackened soul as well. Add to the fact that it can briefly turn into rather un-saintly images of a fly, a goat's skull, and a demonic Trollface, and its no wonder that several practitioners of the light see it as little more than a borderline-unholy abomination. In truth, Alexander Anderson considers Dogma to be a rather genius invention, and that if it was properly utilized, it could be exactly what the pantheon needs to finally be rid of its demonic scourge. However, despite his own brand of hammy fanaticism, even he can admit that Dogma's existence can only bring pain and misery within its current state, and as such, its present destruction would overall be a net positive for the pantheon. Sharing him in this desire to perhaps reshape Dogma into something a little less bloodthirsty is his former High Priest, Garterbelt. Being no stranger to young boys that hold immense religious power, the raunchy reverend shares a desire with Anderson to slowly but surely rekindle Isaac's unshackled belief in God, fine-tooling him into a battery in the hopes of generating a far more controllable form of Dogma. Perhaps even more enamored with the possibility of a man-shaped angel is that of the Flagellant, having been witness to the sheer power of powerful entities born from the desires of man. With even beings as ghoulish such as the Body of Work not phasing them, the masochistic adventurer is fully on-board with helping to build their ultimate trump card against the unholy scum amongst the gods (although in a more hidden way, given his current, rather unpresentable form), the three scheming to one day use Dogma to forever emphasize the God in "godhood". Amen, indeed.
  • Out of the many unknowns that surround Dogma's existence: there is one thing that can be pretty safely claimed as fact: it you are a demon intruding on its path, it is on sight. Doesn't matter if you are as malignant as Dis or as benign as Helltaker's stockpile of sweethearts, if you are a being Dogma sees as inherently blasphemous, you will receive divine justice if you want it or not. This contempt towards beings it sees as sinful doesn't just extend to fully demonic beings, as even being passively associated with the unholy is enough for Dogma to go on the offensive. Even those who unwillingly gained their unholy audience proved profane in its eyes, with figures like Rosemary Woodhouse and Casca being left to pluck feathers out of their skin every time Dogma awakens from its prison. Despite its overall mixed results in terms of targeting, the sheer hatred of demons from the beast has caused the idea of weaponizing Dogma's anger to form in some circles, their unleashing effectively acting as a nuclear option against the infernal horde. The impact of Dogma against Hell's legions is an extreme risk to take, yes, but with the Pantheon's very existence being at constant threat of unholy carnage, surely its involvement would work in culling the swarm... right? Wrong, the pantheon's dedicated demon hunters claim, such would only serve to deliver more harm than good. Even if one ignores the fact many of those who fight demons in the pantheon are or are related to demon/demon-influenced people themselves, the totally uncontrollable nature of the beast ultimately renders its efforts meaningless, as its just as likely to attack both innocents and the hunters themselves compared to its actual targets. As such, the pantheon's fighters of fiends use Dogma as a cautionary tale to those completely enraptured in felling Hell's uncouth neighbors: become too engrained with one's holiness, and sooner or later, the beast it births from within shall swallow you whole.
    • Despite it being a monumentally bad idea for most, not all demons fear the idea of being close to Dogma's wrath. Free from the worry of being turned to ash from its attacks, a particularly insidious form of demonic presence has taken great interest in Dogma's capabilities, studying it relentlessly from the shadows they hail from. The Alternates are no stranger to infiltrating man-made media in order to spread their presence, having been done by their kind ever since biblical times. With the very concept of Christianity itself in their world being twisted beyond compare, Dogma's existence provides an enticing opportunity to the Alternates to truly spread despair amongst the gods, with Dogma being all they need in order to secure nearly unmatched power. Through their stolen identity of Gabriel himself, Satan has regularly attempted communication towards Dogma ever since their arrival to the pantheon, trying to have the being listen to its call. With a smooth tongue and promises of greater devotion, Satan's aim is to slowly have Dogma become more and more allured by his siren-like beckoning. While Dogma has proven resilient in the face of the strange transmissions he receives, the doppelgängers are certain amongst themselves that Dogma will be drawn closer and closer to their dark hideout. Once within their grasp, all it takes is some "mild" alternations to the creature after getting it in their claws, reshaping the being into becoming a mindless vassal of their nightmarish desires. A being shaped from religion, transformed into becoming both a shrieking thrall of their dark truths and an eternal portal for their kind to breach reality... a terrifying thought for any god to imagine. Knowing damn well that Dogma being corrupted by their kind would mean a nightmarish end to the gods, the supernaturally-inclined deities are fully committed in stopping Satan's plan to make a powerful monster even more atrocious, lest the gods be slowly Driven to Suicide as their identities are snatched away.
  • Generally speaking, most of Dogma's known "sermons" of a generic bland of fanaticism. Yes, the exact elements of it showcase a screeching condemnation of behavior largely deemed sinful, with the idea of straying from religious doctrine being something to swiftly punish. However, it was relieving for many gods that, despite Dogma largely being the living embodiment of the Satanic Panic, there exists no clear indicator that Dogma despises things such as childcare professionals or the LGBT+ community. While the gods amongst these groups were greatly received that its ramblings wouldn't act as a lightning rod of loathing, it was eventually found out that Dogma favors targeting an unorthodox source for it: gods from video games. Despite the fact Dogma heralds from a game itself, it has been documented that one of the ways Dogma manipulated Isaac's mother is by worming video games' supposed wickedness of games into her mind. Far beyond your typical media watchdog warning about violent games, Dogma went as far as claiming the very media form itself is satanic, warping good little children into unruly Satanists. Not exactly pleased to see the presence of the media for researching the extent of having an entire house dedicated to it, Dogma's rampages can shift its ire from general destruction to video game-based gods in general, even going as far to force the House of Gaming to collapse in on itself. In Dogma's eyes, the only video game gods that deserve to exist in the pantheon are those in extreme servitude of Christian ideals (be it within their own series or through the nature of their games), existing in constant penitence for their creation and living upon the rubble of their once-proud house. Unsurprisingly angered that Dogma would go as far as to target their entire house, distinct protocols were installed in the house should the amorphous zealot attempt to attack their house directly, with any attack from Dogma being swiftly responded with an all-out assault from the house's proudest defenders.
    • During one of these assaults against the House of Gaming, Dogma's attacks actually bore fruit in damaging the house, bursting through a gap in the house's construction to enter it's corridors. As it scraped and weaved its way through the devices lining its halls, the house's defenders stopped its onslaught by craftily slamming an large cabinet onto its form, pinning it to the ground. As Dogma struggled to the point of exhaustion against the pinning weight, the gods celebrated in yet another job well done defending their home from an unwanted guest. That is, until Dogma began to stir. Left in its heap not far from the Hall of Cheats and Glitches, Dogma's energy slowly grew at it began to notice an especially devilish energy from within the nearby hall. The entire structure surrounding it reeked of infernal taint to it, yes, but there was something in that hall that caused its anger to suddenly spike, almost feeling the direct presence of unholy tinkering within its collection. Invigorated, Dogma suddenly rose from its makeshift prison with a shriek before diving into the hall, its mind set on eliminating a particular interference. As the gods ran after the increasing sounds of Dogma's crackling fury, they saw its non-existant talons gripped firmly in trying to destroy... a seemingly normal arcade machine. While unfamiliar deities would brush this off as a moment of oddly focused wrath, those familiar with the house's inner workings had their stomaches pitted upon finding Dogma fighting against the last thing they wanted it to find: the cabinet for Pony Island. Given the fact the device was literally constructed by Lucifer himself in a bid to capture souls, Dogma's vitriol hit a fever pitch upon becoming aware of its existence, determined in making it the first device broken in its crusade. While the gods first feared the machine would be powerless against its impending destruction, the threat of his life's work being destroyed was enough for Lucifer himself to take action, spraying the room with enough knockout gas to scare it off. In response to this incident warranting fears of intensifying Dogma's outbursts, the cabinet for Pony Island has been kept in a secret compartment within its own hall, with holy symbols being added in attempt to ward off the inherently ominous energy it gives off. While he currently strains against the burning divinity surrounding it, the device's Lucifer sincerely thanked the house's residents for acting in a rare amount of sympathy for his demonic presence, not wanting a scornful agent of God to wreck apart his pride and joy.
  • Unsurprisingly, there are numerous gods who were less than chuffed upon learning of Dogma's purpose. With the corruption religion can bring being a well-known threat to the noble deities amongst them, Dogma's ability to transmit its militant cries to anyone able to view them has afforded it little rest, with the Ascent being often raided by gods hoping to bring an end to Dogma's threat once and for all. Despite having no true way to fight back against the heavenly scourge, Orel Puppington stands as the primary voice of reason against the being's fiery grip on the gods. Having been born and raised in a town domninated by upright rules born from oppressive takes on scripture, Dogma's presence serves as yet another reminder to the boy of the way mindless fanaticism binds the hearts of the many in darkness. For them, Dogma isn't just some vaguely angelic being sent out to emit the cries of untamed preachers, but rather the physical embodiment of the hunger that slowly gnawed away at his father, turning a promising and astute young man into a husk satisfied only by causing innocent people to suffer and drinking his days away. abusive alcoholic. Wielding his past as his saber, Puppington remains hopeful in helping convince both the religious and non-religious to not use one's opinion on faith as a means to spread misery, hoping that peaceful cooperation would allow Dogma to fade away in peace.
  • Even in a realm filled with strange beings, Dogma manages to stick out like a sore thumb. Being born from TV programming, the continued broadcast of its source is necessary for Dogma to exist within the pantheon, with any interruptions to it causing Dogma harm. Having gained this information through their encounters with it, the gods have crafted several unorthodox strategies when it comes to dealing with the entity. The first idea to come to the gods' heads was that of simply walking up to Dogma and changing the TV channel. Should this work, when proposed, this would hopefully force Dogma to remain inert while in the pantheon, making its TV free to be moved to the treasury and guarded with the up-most care while the gods live with one less villain to be worried about. This idea, while promising, did end up becoming a "belling the cat" situation amongst the gods. Sure, having Dogma forcibly disabled would do greatly when it comes to quieting some of YHVH's antics, but not only was it not a guarantee to actually work, very few gods were willing to put themselves at risk of a static laser blast to actually attempt the strategy. More promising, however, was the usage of magnets. While it wouldn't be the be-all, end-all solution to stopping Dogma that the gods were hoping for, magnets and magnetism users are prevalent in the pantheon, with things such as lodestones also being confirmed to interfere with Dogma's signals. Armed with this knowledge, the arrival of Dogma amongst the public serves as a warning cry to get magnets at the ready to stick onto its source of entry. Knowing of this strategy through their run-ins with Isaac, Dogma stays clear of any magnetic forces when flying about, not wanting its presence to be bothered by a flickering form. Adding to this, Dogma is especially wary of magnetism-using combatants such as Magneto, flapping in irregular patterns in the hopes of striking them in a way that doesn't leave it at the risk of it being reeled in for a pummeling.
    • Existing in tandem with the former plan, a variation of the concept extends to using Dogma's television as a portal, repurposing its currently malevolent usage into something far more peaceful. With this strategy not explicitly needing some unfortunate schmuck to get up close to alter the beast themselves, all that is needed for the gods to activate their trap is to lure Dogma into a well-placed magic field, locking it inside before reality-warping abilities are used to forcibly alter it. With an endless array of possibilities available for Dogma to be transformed into, it is the ultimate hope of those following this plan to morph Dogma into a being that spreads a significantly more placid message than what it currently transmits, or failing that, a portal to be used to access the recorded world at large. While this is a concept that proved less controversial than brute forcing its transformation, Carol Anne Freeling (being all too familiar with the idea of ghostly beings using the TV as access) stressed to the gods the importance of living the being as is for the time being, hoping to understand the creature's root cause by tuning in to its static hum. Knowing of the dangers TV and channel-based entities themselves, Six and Garfield stand completely opposed to the idea of fiddling with Dogma's design, fearing that even the slightest of errors could result in something infinitely worse.
      • Spurred from earlier debates on the subject, the Investigation Team were among the first to attempt to get into the bottom of Dogma's true purpose. Veterans of traveling into TV screens through their experience with the Midnight Channel, their interest in Dogma was peaked upon hearing of its true nature as a conduit for mankind's ills, namely in methods to how Dogma's broadcasts managed to talk to Isaac's mother directly. Braving the Ascent to breach Dogma's domain, Kanji was the first to charge towards the beast, willing to expend a high amount of SP to swiftly cast Takeji Zaiten's The Man's Way. Left wide open and knowing of its otherwise too-small opening, Yu speared himself into Dogma's television in an attempt to breach it, succeeding in squeezing himself into the hole before Dogma regained its barrings. The angel-like being lurched towards the heroes as it tried to destroy the lot of them for their insolence... only to stop and seize from within. As it sputtered and coughed from the adventurer within, Yu attempted to make sense of the brief glimpse he saw from within Dogma, a bizarre mixture of hellish caverns and the desolated ruins of a worn house floating through clouds of static. However, as Yu attempted to try and journey forward, a burst of light and the cacophonous cries from within rendered him too stunned to adventure forward. As his Persona's lightning crackled stronger and stronger to combat his surroundings, the blistering brightness amplified in intensity until it engulfed them. The next thing Yu knew, he was spat out of Dogma into his temple's wall, bruised and disoriented... yet alive. After fighting the creature for long enough to weaken it, the Investigation Crew made their escape from its domain, content with the knowledge Yu has gathered from it. While the heroes were disappointed with how little they could access Dogma's innards and what little they could understand from it, the heroes remain hopeful that future ventures could allow them to research Dogma enough in an attempt to purify the shattered remnant of Isaac's mind... regardless of the amount of status conditions needed to stall its obnoxious calls.
  • "The Lord is my shepherd. I shall not want. He maketh me to lie down in green pastures. He leadeth me beside the stillwaters. He restoreth my soul. He leadeth me, in the paths of righteousness for His Name's sake. Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil. For thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff, they comfort me."

Mongul, Unholy Patron of Secondary Color-Themed Foes (Lord of Warworld)
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: Warworld
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Galactic Conqueror, Bald of Evil, Really Tough, Smug But With Power To Back It Up, Power For Power, Secondary Color Nemesis, Bloodsport, Unpopular Leaders, The Black Mercy, Family Slayings, Pride, Psychological Sadist, Evil Is Bigger
  • Domains: Conquest, Gladiators, Supervillains, Aliens
  • Allies: Lex Luthor, Vril Dox, Babidi, Jabba the Hutt, Gleeman Vox, Metal Face, Sosuke Aizen, Jervis Tetch, Gregor Clegane
  • Rivals: Darkseid, Thanos, Palpatine, Frieza, Wizard and Boomstick
  • Enemies: Superman, HAL JORDAN, Odysseus, Maximus Decimus Meridius, Kara Zor-El/Supergirl, Lois Lane, J'onn J'onnz/Martian Manhunter, Wonder Woman, The Justice League, Thaal Sinestro, Samurai Jack, Oberyn Martell, Arael, the Incubators
  • Opposed by: The House of Fighting and Combat, Gaming and Plants
  • On a distant world, Mongul ruled as the tyrannical dictator of his world. Eventually he would be ousted for his cruelty, and would wander the universe for years. Eventually managing to take over the mechanical planet of Warworld, Mongul would continue his dictatorship unopposed until an encounter with the Man of Steel. A yellow-skinned goliath with regal purple clothing, Mongul only felt it right to invade the Trope Pantheon and declare himself a god.
  • Mongul once fought Martian Manhunter long ago. Since J'onn beat him, he blackmailed Superman into fighting the Martian hero and retrieving the key which gave access to Warworld. Mongul managed to steal the key and start Warworld, but he didn't expect that Superman and Supergirl would fight him and destroy his super-weapon. From that point on he hated the Kryptonian. The male Kryptonian. He doesn't care for Supergirl at all. Kara is understandably pissed about it but she is also glad because Mongul's sexism guarantees he will underestimate her again.
  • His cruel legacy continues with his offspring. His son and namesake Mongul II has proven to be even more depraved than his father, which eventually bit him in the ass when he tried to mess with Sinestro. Thankfully, a cosmic rebirth resulted in Mongul's son becoming the much nicer Jochi, but that unfortunately led to Mongul the Elder's revival and offing of his good-hearted son. He also has a daughter in the form of Mongal, but after the younger Mongul punched her head off she doesn't factor in their lives anymore. Not popular with the House of Family, since his reaction to sibling envy was to kill his brother. He'd later kill his old folks for not accepting his Troubling Unchildlike Behavior.
  • Hal Jordan DESPISES him. With help from the Cyborg Superman, Mongul incinerated his home of Coast City. He assumed that he had little to worry about as the Green Lantern rings can't affect yellow, however he was proven dead wrong. Mongul's made sure not to make the same mistake again, being informed the rings are no longer weak to yellow. While it's mainly his son's endeavors, the elder Mongul is interested in taking control of the Sinestro Corps. Seeing what happened to his son however, he's trying to reprogram a stolen Yellow ring so as to remove the programming that allowed Sinestro to imprison the younger Mongul.
  • Out of mutual hatred for the Man of Steel, he is willing to team up with Lex Luthor and Brainiac. He's also gotten the help of fellow evil alien Jabba the Hutt, whom has become even richer from the entertainment of his blood sports.
  • In order to keep his subjects content with his despotism, he utilizes his favorite sport of Gladiator Games. Superman enmity with the tyrant began when he was captured into Warworld, and greatly angered the tyrant by sparing those who lost. This M.O led him to seek out Gleeman Vox, whom with Babidi's help has set up the Warworld Gladiator's Pet. Together, the three hope to kidnap worthy fighters to entertain the masses, while he uses it as a distraction to take over the pantheon.
  • Has managed to get Gregor Clegane and Metal Face on his payroll of brutes, promising the former a do-over trial by combat against Oberyn Martell. He also once kidnapped Samurai Jack for the "mystique" of a man out of his time, but he also screwed up Mongul's plans by refusing to kill. He's also on the House of Combat's shit list for trying to kidnap members there into his bloodsports. Considers Wiz and Boomstick's success to be mystifying. Superman vs Goku? Darth Vader vs Doctor Doom? The alien despot wishes to know their success, and considers them his greatest rival as of yet.
  • Is one of a handful of greater gods who's physically strong as Superman, however, his most powerful weapon is arguably his signature plant; the Black Mercy. A Lotus-Eater Machine, it creates an ideal fantasy world for the person it latches onto, with tearing it off as painful as tearing off one's limb. For Superman, this was being a family man on Krypton, for Batman it was his family surviving and, for Mongul himself it was ruling the universe. Having experienced this before, Odysseus hates him. Mongul is on the House of Plants' shit-list for trying to plant a bunch of Black Mercy seeds throughout it. Mordremoth has sworn to devour the despot if he ever tires that shit again.
  • The Black Mercy isn't his original invention, but rather creations of Mother Mercy. They were meant to cure dying or suffering people of their pain and fear, not to capture an adversary. Whenever his sadism or anger is peaked, Mongul utilizes a modified Black Mercy that traps someone in their deepest nightmares — an idea that his son actually came up with. As Mother Mercy is a Green Lantern, the ascended Lanterns hope to get back at the tyrant for distorting her creation to serve his evil intentions. This also explains why the grip of the plants and their illusions lessens over time, as they were not designed for permanence.
  • In the pantheon, Mongul has expressed interest in other means of Mind Rape and Mind Manipulation, which led him to get on with Aizen and the Mad Hatter. He also tried to capture and harness Arael's Mind Rape abilities to psychological destroy his enemies, but that backfired and suffered a Psychological Torment Zone for a while.
  • Has a strong rivalry with Thanos and Darkseid, whom he bears many in common with them. Darkseid is not impressed, considering him his Poor Man's Substitute. Thanos is dismissive as well, but does recognize him as a potential threat. Interestingly, Mongul has never butted heads with Darkseid himself, and even admits that "I admire your work, Dark God of Apokolips."
  • He has found himself butting heads with Frieza, while Palpatine tries to steal Warworld for himself.
  • Mongul's pride refuses to accept any devil deals, and will attack those who suggest them. This ended badly the first time. The second time he punched Kyubey in the face, which a number of gods found cathartic.
  • Is banned from the House of Gaming for trying to use it to take over the Pantheon.

Intermediate Gods

Hiltz, God of Villainous Redheads (Hilts, Hirts)

    Kazuma Kenzaki/Kamen Rider Blade 
Kazuma Kenzaki, God of Blue Heroes (Kamen Rider Blade, The Prince of Ondul, Joker Undead II, Ao-Rider)
Kamen Rider Blade
King Form
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  • Intermediate God (Greater God in King Form or Joker Undead II)
  • Symbol: The Blade/Spade Symbol
  • Theme Songs: "Round ZERO~ BLADE BRAVE", "Elements"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: All-Loving Hero, Heroes Prefer Blades, They Call Him Blade, Blue Is Heroic, Modeled after the Suit of Spades and the European Rhinoceros Beetle, Ineffectual Loners, WHEY!, The Ondul Language, The Red Oni to Sakuya Tachibana's Blue Despite their suit's colors, Messiah Creeps
  • Domains: Combat, Heroism, Swords, Fate
  • Heralds: Shiori Hirose, Kotaro Shirai, Sakuya Tachibana/Kamen Rider Garren, Hajime Aikawa/Kamen Rider Chalice (his In-Universe Worthy Opponent), and Mutsuki Kamijo/Kamen Rider Leangle
  • Apprentice: Makoto Kenzaki/Cure Sword
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: SHOCKER, the GUAE Trollkaiger (especially Yuuki Terumi, and Izaya Orihara), Ryoma Sengoku/Kamen Rider Duke, Monokuma and his Mastermind, Kirei Kotomine, Gilgamesh
  • Worthy Opponent: Esdeath
  • Foil to: Shinn Asuka
  • Ascended from the Toku Base's Swordsmanship Division, Kazuma Kenzaki was a memeber of the BOARD organization as Kamen Rider Blade, whose mission is to seal the Undead by defeating them through the use of the other sealed Rouze Card's powers and to protect the innocent people from danger, until all the 52 Undead were sealed, he battled his fated rival Hajime Aikawa, also known as Kamen Rider Chalice and the Joker Undead, in the final battle, however instead of sealing Hajime, he sacrificed his own humanity by turning himself into the second Joker Undead through the overuse of his King Form, so he could spare Hajime's life and continue the Battle Fight indefinitely while he must avoid Hajime at all cost.
  • Kazuma is also the mentor to a Pretty Cure named Makoto Kenzaki due to having a similar last name, their card motif being the Spade, and that they're also sword fighters.
    • After his ascension, Kazuma was spotted by Makoto who was happy to see her mentor as she is now able to fight with the Kamen Rider side by side in the pantheon.
  • He gets along well with Artoria Pendragon as both of them are blue colored heroes of their own stories and uses swords as their main weapon of choice. Needless to say that Kenzaki was amazed of her battles during the Holy Grail War while Arturia also admires Kenzaki's sheer determination during his battles as a Kamen Rider.
    • Also gets well with Sayaka Miki due to the fact that the magical girl also uses swords as her main weapon. Also, both of them shares the same ideals of being heroes who wanted to protect those who they care about especially their close allies.
  • Became allies with Sakura Kinomoto as both of them had their similar tasks of resealing monsters in a blank card and uses it to invoke its abilities. Both of them were also amazed of their similar battle preferences, with Kenzaki was amazed of her abilities with her use of Clow Cards through the Sealing Wand, while Sakura also found astonishing on how his Rider System works well with the Rouze Cards as his cards can be used in conjunction with his Blay Buckle to transform and invoke with the card's abilities through his Blay Rouzer.
  • He became friends with Roronoa Zoro due to the pirate's profession of using swords, which Kenzaki was impressed of his skills and reminds him to his fellow Toku Base member Joe Gibken, due to their similarities.
  • He is also good allies with Mana Aida as both of them have their motifs are associated with Playing Cards.
    • Kazuma also reminds Mana of his Friendly Rival Hajime Aikawa due to both of them having the same Heart motif, while Mana reminds him of Makoto a lot, as she was also surprised that he was Makoto's mentor and both had the same family name, much to her friend's embarrassment.
  • Forms a friendship with fellow swordsmen like Cloud Strife, Finn, Squall Leonheart, Siegfried Schtauffen, Kaori Kanzaki, and Weiss Schnee, since both six of them are also heroic sword-users just like Kenzaki. Also, they often had sword fight training session in the House of Combat to improve their sword skills in their upcoming battles.
  • Also had made friends with Katniss Everdeen since both of them were adept in survival instincts and both were initially not sociable in their respective stories.
  • He is somewhat gained the admiration of Judai Yuki mostly since the duelist's Masked HERO deck resembles that of his brethren Kamen Riders, no wonder that Judai might teach him how to play Duel Monsters card game just for the fun of it.
  • Was once challenged by Esdeath in a sword fight after she learned of his existence as a Kamen Rider, which Kenzaki accepts her challenge, as they fight across the pantheon, they were severely exhausted due to the intensity of their sword fights. As the climax reaches its stakes, both had collided with their respective finishing blows, the results, it ends in a draw. After the battle, both of them see each other as worthy opponents after they put a good fight.
  • Cannot stand the likes of Kirei Kotomine due to the fact that Kotomine can deceive others through his "false reassurance", and Gilgamesh due to him being an evil prideful person, which Kenzaki reminds him alot of his old enemy King, also known as "Category King of Spades" the Caucasus Undead. Due to this, Kenzaki swears that he will stop both of them if they try to cause chaos and havoc in the pantheon.
    • Also has the same reaction towards the Trollkaigers, especially with Terumi for being an utterly despicable human being, and Izaya for doing evil deeds for his own amusements.
  • He also hates Nightmare due to what he had done to Siegfried in the past and since he is the embodiment of the Soul Edge, Kenzaki will use his power to stop the evil sword to prevent the same tragedies Siegfried had.
  • Loathes Ryoma Sengoku a lot after he heard of his actions that caused the Helheim Invasion in the first place which causes the Forest almost consumes the majority of Earth, and the Mad Scientist's quest for Godhood through the Forbidden Fruit makes him no different from his old enemy Hiroshi Tennoji. Because of this, Kenzaki is determined to stop Ryoma in order to foil his plans.
  • He was not amused about both Monokuma and Junko Enoshima upon hearing their actions during the "School Life of Mutual Killings" at Hope's Peak Academy. If they dare to reenact this in the pantheon, Kenzaki is determined to stop them in order to prevent such cruel tragedies.
  • He later became friends with Lucina and Chrom of the Shepherds, due to similar aesthetic and moral choices and their will to defy fate. This extends to their dear friend Robin, and he sympathizes with all three of their struggles: Lucina and Chrom for being unwilling to sacrifice Robin to save the world just like he did with Hajime, and Robin for willingly sacrificing himself just like he did with himself.
    • He was somewhat amused with Lucina's use of a Mask to disguise herself, as well as her friend Gerome's title of Masked Rider. He manages to get along with Gerome despite his pessimistic attitude.
  • Some say that Kenzaki said strange words in a slurred waynote and it has become a meme throughout the internet, especially in many video streaming sites, much to his chagrin.

    Mr. Negative 
Mister Negative, God of Literal Black and White Villains (Mr. Negative, Martin Li)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A Black-and-White Chinese Dragon
  • Theme Songs: His Two Battle Themes
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (Neutral Good as "Martin Li")
  • Portfolio: Photoshop Filter of Evil, Draws Power from the Darkforce Dimension, Received his Powers from a Serum, Can Grant his Abilities towards Others, Split Personality, High-Functioning Sociopath, Performing "Miracles", Is Actually Incredibly Wealthy, The Corruptor, Badass in a Nice Suit
  • Domains: Crime, Villainy, Yin-Yang, Terrorism, Charity, Aid and Support
  • Allies: Dr. Otto Octavius/Doctor Octopus, Diavolo, Ethan Roark Sr., Lord Recluse, James Moriarty
    • All of them are enemies as Martin Li.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Norman Osborn/Green Goblin, Ethan Roark Jr., Cioccolata, Darkseid, Wild Hunt
  • Enemies: Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Eddie Brock/Venom, Flash Thompson, Miles Morales/Spider-Man III, Frank Castle/The Punisher, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Jason Todd/Red Hood, Giorno Giovanna (And by Extension, Passione), Norman Jayden, Judge Dredd, Sherlock Holmes, Dr. John Watson, Akame, Night Raid, Spawn, Dio Brando
    • All of his enemies are only in his Mr. Negative guise. Martin Li is instead allied with them (Except Dio of course. There is some tension with Giorno and Passione, though nothing to do with enmity).
  • On Good Terms With: Orphan and Homeless Deities like Anne-Marie, Chester A. Bum, Oliver Twist and Naruto Uzumaki (Martin Li only)
  • Opposed By Elliot Alderson
  • Commonality Connection: Toko Fukawa
  • Little is really known about the villain known as Mr. Negative. He is a crime lord, leading an organization known as The Demons who was given powers by a serum that enabled him to tap into the Darkforce Dimension, allowing him to equip himself with the powers of light and darkness and melding them together to create all sorts of skills and techniques. For quite some time, he's gotten to butting heads against Spider-Man and his allies and his enmity has since extended to Eddie Brock as well. Hellbent on ruling the crime scene of New York City with an iron fist, Mr. Negative will stop at nothing to get what he wants.
  • Like his origins, little is even known about how Mr. Negative came into the Pantheon. One may assume that Norman Osborn may have something to do with it, but the leader of The Demons hasn't said anything on the matter. Or another crime lord had some sort of contribution, but so far, no one knows. His first documented actions, however, were noted to be gathering in a new slew of Demon recruits for him to command. So far, the Houses of Crime and Transgressions and Law and Justice have been alerted by this, though for different reasons; Crime because some of them can see a great potential in working with Mr. Negative and Justice for dreading just how much damage can he spread before he can be stopped.
  • Mr. Negative is a heavily feared crime lord. Partly due to his ruthlessness in carrying out his work and partly because of the amount of potential his powers can harness. He's also the reason why the Demons have become well-known in the Pantheon; Mr. Negative can channel some of his powers to his henchmen, granting them a power boost. The villainous residents of the House of Crime were immediately intrigued by this and immediately tried to strike an alliance. However, Mr. Negative has greater ambitions beyond just maintaining a criminal empire. He's very fixated on taking down Spider-Man given that he's the one obstacle that stands between him and taking over the New York crime scene.
  • He was surprised to see how he got ascended before many of the other foes that Spider-Man had encountered such as Electro, Vulture and Scorpion (Granted, he's one of the web-slinger's most recent foes, but still). He does take pride in all of this, often boasting about how him entering the Pantheon is a signal that he's getting there as one of Spider-Man's most formidable foes.
  • Because of their shared enmity, Mr. Negative and Norman Osborn would sometimes work together when it comes to bringing down Spider-Man. Mr. Negative, however, realizes how obsessed Osborn is over his feelings towards his Arch-Enemy and is taking steps to assure his own safety. He knows that Osborn would likely backstab him once they've eliminated Spider-Man.
    • Rumor has it that Mr. Negative may actually loathe Norman for rather very personal reasons. There is an iteration who gained his powers from a laboratory experiment conducted by Oscorp, but the resulting process killed his parents and thus, Mr. Negative seeks vengeance, even risking to sully his own reputation as a philanthropist to get revenge. As it stands, the Mr. Negative in the Pantheon has not said anything about the matter, although he seems rather amused by how such an event turned out.
  • Is able to strike a working partnership with Diavolo, alongside providing him with a good amount of troops empowered by him. This has gotten Giorno Giovanna and Passione very worried as this means that Diavolo would be leading a mob with an assortment of light and dark powers. Despite all of this, even Mr. Negative feels rather repulsed by Cioccolata, though like Diavolo himself, Mr. Negative thinks that the crimes Cioccolata commits have no constructive task or a setup to a greater goal.
    • Said alliance with Diavolo also made Mr. Negative enemies against Dio Brando, who would have rather preferred it if Mr. Negative instead joined him instead of the man who tried to kill his son. Mr. Negative, on the other hand, is disappointed at Dio's lack of hospitality and stated that if anything, he would have liked to work alongside him, which Dio brushes off, stating that the fact that he was working with Diavolo is a personal attack on him.
  • To further his own causes and make investments in PR and influence, he's a regular visitor to the Dark Side Club, and hence has some ties to the GUAE Dystopia Harbingers. That said, he doesn't have much care about Darkseid or his goals of robbing free will, he's simply trying to make good use of the Dark Side Club and find more potential allies to collaborate on. It also helps in that Osborn and Diavolo are also frequent attendants.
  • As a crime lord, Mr. Negative has made enemies against much of the House of Law and Justice as his actions not only violate certain codes that individuals adhere to, but also because he won't stop in his pursuits of taking over New York plus he's already killed a large number of civilians with The Demons. He's also opposed by Night Raid given that his criminal organization is pretty comparable to that of a corrupt empire.
  • When not under the Mr. Negatve persona, Martin Li is one of the most charitable beings in the Pantheon. Bringing FEAST into the Pantheon and trying to provide for as many homeless residents as possible, Li gets along pretty well with deities like Anne-Marie, Chester A. Bum and Oliver Twist as they know how it feels like to be homeless (without a friend or family as well in Oliver's case) and it helps that Li's philanthropy comes off as genuine and inspiration at times. Even Naruto can get to show some respect for that, though he's very cautious about the Mr. Negative identity.
  • He has some form of association with Toko Fukawa as both of them have a split personality between being a genuinely caring and understanding person and being vindictive and vicious. Unsurprisingly enough, they both get along, depending on their identities; Li and Fukawa would often work together in finding homeless people with Fukawa even being made an honorary member for FEAST and Mr. Negative having Fukawa's split identity, Genocide Jack as an assassin/attack dog of sorts for the Demons. Mr. Negative also allows Genocide Jack to temporarily become a Lesser Goddess by giving her some of his powers during missions, a prospect she takes with glee.
I always like to have reminders around that there is no good he can do... that I cannot corrupt.

    Ririka Moriya/Nurse Angel 
Ririka Moriya, Goddess of Pink Heroines (Nurse Angel)
  • Intermediate Goddess (bordering on Greater if she gets emotional enough)
  • Symbol: Her Nurse Cap
  • Theme Song "When In Love, It's So Easy To Be Hurt"
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: All-Loving Hero, Action Girl, Beware the Nice Ones, Plucky Girl, Stock Shoujo Heroine, Messianic Archetype, uses holy magic, wears a Scarf of Asskicking, has Emotional Powers, comes from a Magical Girl Genre Deconstruction
  • Domains: Nurses, Magic, Vaccines, Struggles
  • Heralds: Seiya Uzaki, Kanon, Dewey, her family
  • High Priest: Minky Momo
  • Followers: Atomic Betty
  • Allies: All Magical Girls (but especially Madoka Kaname, the Hero Club, and Hibiki Tachibana, Chacha, Captain Planet, The Planeteers, Snow White, Samurai Jack
  • Enemies: Goyhan, Moebius, Joker, The Lich, Hexxus, Dr. Eggman
  • On her tenth birthday, Ririka Moriya was given a magical nurse cap that allowed her to transform into the magical warrior known as Nurse Angel. The Earth was under siege by a race of evil aliens known as Dark Joker, so Ririka was tasked with combatting them. As her fight continued, however, her life and battles became harder and harder, and her mentor Kanon was killed at one point, though he eventually came back to life. Even after defeating the leader of Dark Joker, Buros, her troubles grew worse and worse, and this culminated with a sacrifice on her eleventh birthday to purge the world of Dark Joker’s Black Vaccine. Ririka survived, amazingly enough, but was left abandoned with no indication anyone would remember her.
  • The Sisterhood was examining Uncontacted worlds one day when they saw Ririka lying, abandoned and alone, in a field of flowers. They sent Chacha and her friends to speak with Ririka, and she explained her plight before remembering that she had seen Chacha on her world once before. Chacha quickly informed Ririka that they would locate her closest friends and bring them to the Pantheon, and this was done, with her neighbor, Seiya, a reformed member of Dark Joker, Dewey, and the revived Kanon, being those who came with her, along with her family.
    • From there, Ririka was formally inducted into the Sisterhood, learning that though her tale was dark indeed, it was not as dark as the tales of the Puella Magi and the Hero Club, leading to a bond between these factions of the Sisterhood. The Sisterhood also granted her an endless supply of Green Vaccine, allowing her to never run out of magic at any time.
    • There was also Snow White, a frequent aide of the Sisterhood, who was forced into a Deadly Game with other magical girls for her very survival and simply for the amusement of the people. Ririka felt utterly enraged that the powers of magic would be used for deathmatches and vowed to help her take down any more systems of magical girl killing games.
    • Ririka also become close friends with Hibiki Tachibana, who is just and kind and caring as her, but willing to fight if opponents will not be reasonable. Ririka often helps her on missions by firing at her opponents from afar and healing her if she takes one too many bumps or uses too much of her powers, and has been considering meeting the other Symphogears if possible.
  • Ririka is a kind and caring person who desires to help anyone she can, no matter the sacrifice. Due to this, when she encountered Samurai Jack, she, though at first scared by his appearance, quickly developed a bond with him due to his strong desire to help any kind person he encounters, regardless of if it costs him a chance to get back home. Thus, she often helps him during a fight when he deals with opponents he cannot defeat by his normal methods.
  • It’s worth noting that Ririka does not have any actual medical experience, with Nurse Angel merely being her transformed form. That being said, Ririka has often traveled to the House of Health and Diseases to use her powers to magically heal anyone currently ailing from diseases. She’s doing quite well at it, and some have noted her care to be quite enjoyable.
  • The cruelty of Dark Joker with it’s schemes caused Ririka to naturally despise the two ascended Pretty Cure villains, Gohyan and Joker, and thus she often helps fight off their Uzainas and Akanbes whenever they attack a part of the Pantheon. The two are none too pleased as well, as they both know that having another magical girl to fight makes their jobs even harder. Still, their subordinates don’t really care, and Kintolesky has personally admitted that he views Ririka as one of his favorite girls to fight.
    • Although Moebius does not work with the two aforementioned villains, Ririka notes that brainwashing all life is just as bad as trying to eliminate it, and often fights him as much as possible as well. She does know that half of the commanders of Labyrinth have reformed, which makes them much easier to combat, but his Nakewamekes are just as persistent as the many bizarre monsters she faced. When your first and most reasonable opponent was a suit of possessed armor, you know just how strange monsters can get.
  • Because of Dark Joker's Black Vaccine, which was essentially pollution of all things good, she has often combatted the Lich and Hexxus whenever they try to pollute the Pantheon with death and decay. It helps that the Green Vaccine she was given can restore damaged land, flora, and oceans. Because of this, she often tags along with the Planeteers on missions whenever damage gets too great and the Pantheon must be healed beyond what they or Captain Planet can do.
    • Similarly, Ririka takes great dislike towards Dr. Eggman due to him using animals to power his Badnik army, and has taken steps to ensure he never gets his hands on her pet dog Herb. She also doesn’t like that his end goal for Eggmanland would be building a world of pollution and machinery, and often goes into Eggmanland to destroy his robots. It doesn’t help that some of the alternate versions of Eggman he can contact directly cause pollution with their actions, with two of them directly wanting to wipe out all life on the planet.

Lesser Gods

    Hoshidan Royal Siblings 
Ryoma, Hinoka, Takumi, and Sakura, Divine Family of Primary Color Champions (Ryoma: High Prince of Hoshido, Peerless Samurai, Lobster Lord, Lobster Nii-san, Lobster Bro; Hinoka: Warrior Princess, Thighs Nee-chan, Hinokopter; Takumi: Wild Card, Pineapple Bro, Critkumi, Killkumi, Taco Meat, Super Denning; Sakura: Loving Priestess, Staffmouto)
Starting from top left, clockwise: Ryoma, Takumi, Sakura, and Hinoka.

    Sir Isaac Ray Peram Westcott 
Sir Isaac Ray Peram Westcott, God of White-Haired Villains (Ike, Second Spirit of Origin)
  • Lesser God (Greater God with Spirit powers)
  • Symbol: Himself surrounded by shadows
  • Theme Songs: "Isaac", Despotism
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Arch-Enemy to Shido Itsuka, Believer in his Own Righteousness, Singlehandedly Making the Story Darker and More Serious, British Nazism Ambition Is Evil, The Sociopath, Evil Brit, Diabolical Mastermind, Hater of Pacifism, Prodigious in Magic, Pettiness, Black Outfits, The Most Malicious Character In the Story, Becomes a Half-Spirit And Obtains Magic Powers, Becomes Godlike
  • Domains: Ruthlessness, Evil, Leadership, Planning
  • Herald: Ellen Mira Mathers
  • High Priest: Fugil Arcadia
  • Allies (if you can call them that): Darth Sidious/Emperor Palpatine, Arcturus Mengsk, Megatron, Aku, Tom Riddle/Voldemort, Lex Luthor, Sephiroth, Ardyn Izunia, Makuta Teridax, the Corpus, John Doe
  • Enemies:
  • Rivals: Other chessmasters
  • Hailing from a humble community of mages, Isaac Westcott survived the destruction of his home, enacted by regular humans who hated magic and those associated with it. This event left Westcott with a burning hatred for mankind and set out to create a new world ruled by mages. Not even being adopted by a loving family was enough to sedate such hatred. Using the fortune he inherited from his adoptive parents, Isaac founded Deus Ex Machina Industries, a company he would use to construct weapons and train soldiers to capture Spirits and harvest their magic powers and create his mage-only world. Under Melkor's insistence for such an impressive and ambitious villain, Westcott was ascended.
  • His greatest enemy is Shido Itsuka, the boy who has protected the Spirits the DEM has hunted. Westcott was actually glad he and his haremettes were already present in the Panthon, as it made it easier for him to continue his plans to obtain the Spirits' powers and create his mage-only world. Origami and Mana are itchin' for another fight with Westcott's herald, Ellen, something she is looking forward to.
  • An aspiring Evil Overlord, Westcott has become acquainted to those in the Pantheon who already have a claim on such title, such as Palpatine, Megatron, Arcturus Mengsk, Aku and Voldemort. He actually sees something of a kindred spirit in Voldemort due to their shared beliefs in mage supremacy and support each other in their endeavors to ensure the Pantheon is under the complete control of mages. Needless to say, Harry Potter is unnerved by such development.
    • Despite his hatred for regular humans, Wescott actually has no love for other magicians. In fact, he is willing to discard them if it suits his goals. When he was accused of being as worse than the humans who destroyed his home, Westcott was glad to hear it. This has put him high on the hitlist of both Amon and Anti-Mage, but Westcott pays no attention them.
  • Found some common ground with Sephiroth, another physically attractive villain who desired to become a god. Sephiroth even introduced Westcott to Ardyn Izunia, the immortal who plunged the world of Eos into a war to spite the gods that denied him the throne of Lucis. The fact that the three were able to have a civil conversation was considered a miracle, even among villains. They have decided to help each other in their goals, as long as such goals do not contradict each other.
  • Business partners with Lex Luthor and the Corpus, always exchanging technology and resources to destroy their enemies. He also obtained allies in Makuta Teridax, who actually became a god, and Darkseid, ruler of Apokolips. Such an alliance has put Shido, Superman, the Toa and the Guardians in high alert. Some of the Guardians hold the opinion that Westcott might be an avatar of the Darkness. Cayde-6 even called him "Ike" in a volley of insults, the same way he called Ghaul "Gary". Luke Skywalker and the Tenno have also earned Westcott's enmity, as he sees much of Shido in them.
  • It really says something about Westcott when both Relena Darlian and Treize Kushrenada consider the possibility of a team-up just to get rid of him. Sharing the same voice only makes Treize find him even more disgusting. Westcott only says that both Relena and Treize are both equally stupid for trying to steer humanity away from its path of violence, because violence is inherent to humanity and peace is just an illusion that only breeds more violence in the long run. He is also in the sights of Yamato Hotsuin, who sees Westcott's "mages first" ideology as a threat to his plan to create a world of meritocracy; forcing Yamato to throw in his lot with Relena and Treize if it means stopping Westcott from accomplishing his plans.
  • At least he managed to succeed what Teridax, Sephiroth, Kefka Palazzo, and Yuuki Terumi did: Becoming a god. At least he died smiling like the last two.

Tamatoa, God of Evil Shininess (Beady-Eyed Bottom Feeder, Clam Cake)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His gold-encrusted shell
  • Theme Song: Shiny
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: being a humongously ancient coconut/decorator crab, incredibly vain and arrogant, really loves singing about how great and shiny he is, quite dangerous and threatening for someone obsessed over adorning himself with golden treasure and bioluminescent algae, missing a leg but still kicking, surprisingly fast, having an appetite for humans (and his own grandma), being silly, snarky and frightening, Breaking the Fourth Wall
  • Domains: Shininess, Narcissism, Giant Crabs, Singing, Scavenging
  • Followers: Sunstorm, Alameda Slim, Cytomander
  • Allies: David Bowie, Jareth, Deadpool, SCP-169
  • Enemies: Moana, Maui, The Rock, Roadhog and Junkrat, anybody that tries to steal from his treasure collection but specially Carmen Sandiego
  • Opposed by: House of Defense, House of Commerce
  • Fears: Smaug, The Eliksni
  • Although he claims to have been just "a drab little crab" once, by the time Tamatoa ascended to the Pantheon he was an over-a-thousand-years-old colossal crustacean who had covered himself in all sorts of shiny and glittering treasure in an effort to become the most beautiful of crabs, convinced that what really matters is how you look on the outside rather than what lies on the inside. Nowadays he spends most of his time sleeping in his temple, designed after the sparkling cave he used to inhabit while living on Lalotai, occasionally waking up to either feed or greet an intruder (or both). And for when he's not lazying around on his lair, he's exploring the Pantheon in search for more gold and jewels to encrust on his shell. Or singing.
  • Holds a special grudge against Maui and Moana, the former for an incident where he ripped off one of Tamatoa's legs in a fight, and the latter for foiling his attempt to kill Maui, returning Maui his hook, and leaving Tamatoa stuck on his back. However, upon ascending to the Pantheon he was first surprised to learn that Maui was back to his full potential despite the psychical and emotional beatdown he had delivered to him last time they met. As for Moana, Maui has made it very clear that he'll make clam cake out of Tamatoa if he ever dares to come near her. And considering Maui is in proper control over his powers this time, Tamatoa has wisefully avoided interacting with any of them. He still can't help but wonder if they liked his song, though.
    • He also holds The Rock in contempt due to the fact he's Maui's Avatar, but he knows better than to mess with someone that's supposedly even stronger than Maui himself.
    • It's been implied that the relationship between Maui and Tamatoa goes deeper than just mere enemies, however. For starters, Tamatoa seems to know a lot about Maui's tragic origins, as well as his insecurities regarding his sense of self-worth. On top of that, both are actually quite similar to each other, being ageless and egoistical supernatural beings who like singing about themselves and give a lot of importance to their appearance, with Tamatoa specifically pointing out his behavior was inspired by Maui's tattoos. The main difference between the two is that while Maui grew out of his complex, Tamatoa takes pride on it.
  • Tamatoa's obsession of adorning his shell with whatever sparkling and precious treasure he can find has resulted in him being preemptively banned from ever even trying to enter The Great Treasury, and while he'd love to get his claws on anything the Vault has to offer, he's too scared of the House of Defense to bother trying. For now he remains content just scavenging around the Pantheon for anything that's glittery enough to add to his collection, although this behavior also resulted in him being banned from the House of Commerce as well after trying to get hold of some of its shiny riches.
    • Ironically, said collection of treasures has attracted the attention of many would-be thieves around the Pantheon, specially those originating from the House of Crime and Transgressions. Unfortunately for them, Tamatoa is rather protective of his gold, and most of the deities that've tried to sneak into his lair have narrowly escaped becoming his dinner.
    • However, no thief has gotten on Tamatoa's nerves as much as Carmen Sandiego, due to an incident where Carmen stole not only part of his treasure, but his entire shell as well. This resulted in Tamatoa being too ashamed of his appearance to even leave his lair, which extended for several weeks. When it became clear that Tamatoa wasn't even going to try to get his shell back, Sandiego returned it out of boredom. To say that Tamatoa is both resentful and wary of Sandiego now would be an understatement.
    • He also dreads the day either Smaug or the Eliksni decide to come after his hoard, considering the former's destructive thirst for anything golden and reputation and the latter's extreme insistence and dedication to stealing. While he has managed to avoid them for now, it's only a matter of time before one of them notice him.
  • Considering the resemblance between the two, it's not surprising that he's in good terms with the late David Bowie. Tamatoa admits that, while certainly nowhere near as glam and shiny as he is, this Bowie guy has a pretty sweet style. He also gets along with Jareth the Goblin King for this reason.
  • Although it's true that Tamatoa enjoys eating fellow giant crabs, he hasn't gone out of his way to try to eat Shen Gaoren, as Tamatoa prefers weaker prey that come to him.
    • Speaking of crabs, Tamatoa once woke up in his lair to find Mr. Krabs (who hadn't learnt his lesson after attempting the same with Smaug]]) trying to get hold of some of his shiny hoard. Once caught, Krabs tried to persuade Tamatoa into letting him go by pointing out that they are both crustaceans with a love for gold, and that Tamatoa would certainly understand why a fellow crab like him would try to stea- eh, "borrow" some of his golden treasure. While Tamatoa agreed with him, he also told him that he didn't care for his points as much as he cared for free food. Even though he just re-spawned later, Mr. Krabs certainly has no plans of interacting with Tamatoa ever again.
  • Initially puzzled upon coming across Roadhog dressed like a Mauri warrior, since he bore an uncanny resemblance to Maui right down to sporting a hook. Upon closer inspection, he was pleasantly surprised to learn it was just a less powerful deity in a costume. If anything, Roadhog's thickness and pig motif only inspired Tamatoa to treat himself to a nice meal, at least until he found out Roadhog is more than capable of defending himself, which eventually led Tamatoa to deem he just wasn't worth trying to eat.
    • Roadhog's partner in crime Junkrat didn't take too well to the incident, since the only one allowed to mess with Roadhog is him. In order to exact revenge on Tamatoa he devised a plan of both he and Roadhog sneaking a set of bombs disguised as golden treasure into the crab's lair, with them inconspicuously disguised in order to not be recognized, and then blowing it all up on Tamatoa's face (and grabbing some of his treasure on their way out, of course). While the disguises turned out to be unnecessary since Tamatoa was asleep anyway, the rest of the plan didn't go so swell. No one is quite sure exactly what happened in Tamatoa's temple during the incident, but reports claim that singing and loud explosions could be heard coming from the inside. In the end the only thing the duo escaped with was their lives, and Tamatoa has made it clear that he doesn't want anything to do with the two of them ever again.
  • There have been rumors that Tamatoa possesses a genie lamp among his treasures, specifically The Genie's lamp. However, any attempts to obtain the lamp to prove this have failed as Tamatoa forbids anyone from taking part of his treasure away from him, and he has yet to comment about the rumors. For his part, The Genie refuses to speak of the subject, although Aladdin says The Genie once claimed that Aladdin was a lot smaller than his previous master...
  • Interestingly, Tamatoa occasionally exhibits the the ability to directly address the audience. It's unknown exactly how far past the fourth wall he can look, but this ability alongside his personality has made him good friends with Deadpool, who finds Tamatoa to be quite the entertaining fellow.
  • "Shiny... I'm so shiny..."


    Renata Glasc 
Renata Glasc, The Divine Villain in a White Suit (The Chem-Baroness, Ms. Glasc)
  • Demigoddess, with the authority of an Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: The crest of Glasc Industries
  • Theme Music: Renata Glasc, The Chem-Baroness
  • Alignment: The citizens of Zaun and Piltover believe her to be Neutral Good, but is actually Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Always seen in a sleek white suit, The wealthiest chem-baron in all of Zaun, Despises the clans of Piltover for issuing a hit on her parents, Has an incredibly sharp design, Has a clawed, chemtech arm, Beloved by the Piltover elite and the citizens of Zaun, A ruthless and cutthroat older woman, All her products are laced with a formula that places the user under her control, Does charitable deeds in exchange for people's loyalty, Genuinely cared for her parents, All her chemicals and even her eyes have a searing hot pink color, Went from a poor girl to a wealthy business woman
  • Domains: Suits, Wealth, Revenge, Chemicals, Business
  • "Business Partners": Montgomery Burns, Buy n Large, Moneybags, Morris, Gray Mann, Maxwell Lord, Lex Luthor, Dr. Blight of the Eco-Villains
  • Enemies: The Phantom Thieves of Hearts, Lisa Simpson, Sol, Luz Noceda and Amity Blight, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Lúcio Correia dos Santos, Captain Planet and The Planeteers
  • On Speaking Terms With: The other champions of Runeterra
  • Opposed By: The Once-ler, The benevolent Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure Deities.
  • Conflicting Opinion From: The House of Revenge and Retribution (especially the Count Of Monte Cristo)
  • Interested In: Double Trouble, The Mann Co. Mercenaries, HP Bullets
  • The chem-barons are well known throughout the twin cities of Piltover and Zaun, tolerated and somewhat feared by the former for their wealth and polarizing in the latter for their ruthless ways and pollutive practices. The most powerful chem-baron, however, would rise up to be beloved by both cities, known for her charitable deeds and high-quality products: Renata Glasc. What most don't know is that she started from the ashes of her parents' business with the intent of ruining the Piltovan moguls who killed her parents, threatened by their cures. Persuading or outright taking over other chem-barons to joining her side, as well as handing out free breathers to poor Zaunites during a chemical disaster and building schools and workshops to ensure the undercity's loyalty, she quickly became the wealthiest chem-baron, and eventually began to endear herself to high Piltovan society. While they see her as just another businesswoman who makes nothing but pharmaceuticals and cosmetics, Renata waits until the time is right to strike back at Piltover and take it over.
  • Renata Glasc's ascension is quite the odd story. It began when a mysterious brand of perfumes began popping up in stores and boutiques all across the Pantheon, their only distinct features were their pink color and the intricate crest carved into the bottles. They were an instant hit and were flying off the shelves in the blink of an eye. No one knew who made them or where they came from, but everyone wanted some. Soon, more cosmetics with the same crest began to appear, and were equally as popular. But things went south quickly; frequent users began experiencing mood swings, violent fits, and were very susceptible to instruction. All products were quickly taken off the shelves as fast as they had appeared, and Pantheonic authorities launched an investigation. They soon discovered that the manufacturer of these products was Glasc Industries, with the CEO being one Renata Glasc. While they did arrest her and planned to bring her to justice in the Pantheon, Melkor, amused by her little revenge scheme, decided to pull some strings and not only have her pardoned, but ascended into the Pantheon as the Divine Villain in a White Suit due to her choice of dress. She gladly accepted, hoping for some powerful allies to aid her in her destruction of Piltover.
  • Due to being a Corrupt Corporate Executive, she was quick to set up a partnership with the House of Commerce, with Montgomery Burns and Buy n Large being her two closest partners. While she can’t stand Burns’ treatment of those beneath him (even though she treats those who don’t side with her the same), she admires his business prowess and ruthlessness, and often gives him advice on how to improve his image and how to persuade people into joining his company. Burns respects the Chem-Baroness’s cutthroat practices and domineering attitude, and often tells her stories of his numerous “business ventures”. They have also introduced the other to chemtech and nuclear power and are very interested in the different sources of energy. While Renata has never met the CEO of Buy n Large face to face, she often deals with its representatives, and often partners with them in an attempt to get her products in their stores. While Pantheonic authorities have banned Glasc Industries products from any retail store, The two companies are currently searching for ways to bypass the mandate.
  • She’s also formed a small partnership Moneybags and Morris. Renata is amused by his constant blocking of crucial points in exchange for money and tries to get him to shill her company whenever he’s doing so in exchange for payment. Moneybags has happily accepted the payment, and now forces any poor sap who has to cross him to take a Glasc Industries business card as well as paying the usual fee. In Morris’ case, Renata also completely endorses his predatory practices and is currently seeking another partnership with JojaMart. Morris practically adores Renata, admiring the way she managed to force many chem-barons into becoming part of her company, and is actively seeking business advice from her.
  • Gray Mann has taken quite the interest in Renata and her chemtech, as he finds the technology much more suitable to power his robots than using money. Renata has reciprocated the interest, as she hopes to purchase Mann Co. weaponry and use it to supply her enforcers, although she is a bit wary of their quality. They have a Villainous Friendship of sorts, mostly due to their similar personalities, and it’s caught the eye of many law enforcers. As both use Mind Control in some way, Renata and Maxwell Lord have become quite the duo. It helps that Lord is also the wealthy CEO of a powerful corporation. They both don’t mind each other’s goals and will often lend each other resources when the other is in need. Lord has also shown interest in Renata’s chemtech formula, and wishes to know more about it, but she has made it known that it’s a secret that only a very select few can know.
  • Lex Luthor has taken quite the interest in Renata, due to both being incredibly rich villains who have built up and maintained a good reputation. Renata in turn respects him and is pleasantly surprised at how a businessman like him is one of the most powerful enemies of Superman, of all people. She likes seeing all the technology and weapons Lex has created, and he in turn is quite intrigued by the chemtech formulas she produces. Luthor is currently searching for any use chemtech has against superheroes, especially Superman. Despite being on good terms, however, both of them secretly plot against the other, each hoping to assimilate Glasc Industries and LexCorp to their respective causes. Whether or not they know about it is anyone's guess.
  • As she is a Corrupt Corporate Executive who believes that what she does is right, Renata has naturally drawn the ire of The Phantom Thieves of Hearts. While the group does admit that some Piltovans gravely wronged her, it in no ways pardons all her questionable actions and practices. They have made their opposition to her quite obvious and are currently looking for a way to enter her Palace and change her heart, even if it'll eventually be reverted. The feeling is mutual, as Renata despises them, seeing them as nothing but a bunch of interloping punks, and is searching for a way to protect herself from a Heel–Face Brainwashing, as well as looking for a way to stop them permanently.
  • On the subject of so-called interloping youths, Lúcio Correia dos Santos has been constantly disrupting Renata’s means of production, as he sees her insincere good deeds and oppression of Zaunites as quite similar to what the Vishkar Corporation is doing to the favelas in Rio de Janeiro, and he often vandalizes her factories and sabotages shipments. If anything, he reminds Renata of Zeri, a similar energetic, roller-skating youth who fights for the oppressed by fighting against corrupt executives that exploit their community. She is currently trying to stop him and his actions for good, but she isn't really on the good side of the law.
  • Like most chem-barons, Renata’s factories are incredibly harmful to the already damaged environment of Zaun. This, of course, led to Lisa Simpson and Sol have quickly become some of her strongest opposition. Lisa sees Renata’s unclean factories, hostile practices, and mistreatment of her enemies as quite similar to Mr. Burns, and Lisa’s hatred of her is even more fervent considering that Burns is one of her closest associates. Sol hates for similar reasons, as their environmentalist views and anti-capitalist upbringing has Sol deride Renata as everything that was wrong with capitalism and corporate culture as a whole. The two often protest her businesses, though Lisa is much more vigorous in her protests. Sol and Lisa annoy Renata, but she doesn’t mind them much, as she has much more powerful enemies to worry about. That hasn’t stopped her from less-than-subtly threatening to make them kill their loved ones.
  • Renata’s relationship with Bruce Wayne/Batman is a mixed one. She despises Bruce Wayne, seeing him as yet another airheaded socialite who’d rather party and make some occasional donations while poor people suffer. Batman, on the other hand, is someone Renata genuinely admires, as she sees his crusade against criminals in honor of his parents as similar to her plan of destroying Piltover to avenge her parents. She’s even told him this many times. Bruce doesn’t have any of it, frequently calling Renata out for her hypocrisy and telling her that she is no better than the Piltovans who killed her parents, as well making clear that he intends to bring her to justice and put an end to the suffering she has caused. He has made it quite obvious that he views Renata as one of his sworn enemies, but she doesn’t understand what’s wrong with him.
  • Some of her strongest opposition comes from, of all people, Luz Noceda and Amity Blight, mostly because Renata reminds the two of Amity’s mother Odalia, especially due to their immoral business practices and incredibly similar attitude, on top of Renata being a pretty unpleasant and scary person to be around in general. Renata hates them too, but they’re much to powerful for her to handle on her own, and their skill in magic slightly disturbs her, so she just makes thinly veiled threats and hopes that she can get some of her powerful allies can deal with them.
  • Renata finds an odd sense of camaraderie with Dr. Blight of the Eco-Villains, as both of them tend to excuse their wicked deeds as all for progress and innovation, though Renata really doesn’t care about progress. She has taken an interest in Blight’s experiments and often funds them in the hope that they can produce a chemical that she can market and use. Blight always accepts her money with gusto and is glad to have someone support her unethical research. Naturally, Captain Planet and The Planeteers have sided against Renata because of this, vowing to put an end to her corruption in the name of the environment. Renata finds them to be annoying and very preachy, and hopes that Dr. Blight and her associates might lend her a hand in stopping them.
  • Despite all of them coming from the same work, her relationship with the other Champions of Runeterra is somewhat tense. She doesn’t talk to any of them much, as she them as unimportant in furthering her goals. Oddly, their long-running rivalry with Defenders of the Ancients still carries over to her, and it’s one of the few times she’ll agree with them on something. It’s amusingly jarring to see her go from collected and suave to petty and uncouth when she’s around them.
  • Most of the good-aligned Jojo’s Bizarre Adventure deities mistook Renata for an evil Stand user, due to the fact that the decanter drone that follows her around at all times resembles one. It doesn’t help that she has a tendency to strike exaggerated poses in-game, too. When the whole thing was cleared up, most of them still oppose her anyway, as her villainy and demeanor reminds them of the villains they’ve faced in their home universe. They’ve made clear what they could to her if she ever crosses a line, and Renata takes good care to avoid ever seriously angering them.
  • The Once-ler really doesn’t like Renata, as her journey from a starving, orphaned girl to a vengeful, corrupt woman reminds him of how went he went from a well-meaning, neglected young man into a greedy, ignorant executive. He is a very staunch critic of her practices and will frequently deride her for being a massive hypocrite and how she's just worsening the state of the city she supposedly loves. Renata simply responds by saying that the Once-ler had something good going on for him, and that if he continued the production of Thneeds, it would have made him richer than he already was if he didn't let morals get in the way of his thinking. The Once-ler thinks she's crazy but hopes that there is a slim chance of her stopping her crusade.
  • The fact that the whole reason Renata became a chem-baron to avenge her parents' murder has naturally sparked a mixed reception among the deities of the House of Revenge and Retribution. The more evil and morally grey deities think she’s in the right and that Piltover deserves to be ruined, the benevolent deities think that her past, as sad it is, doesn’t excuse her actions and that there’s plenty of good Piltovans out there, and the neutral deities obviously don’t take sides. The Count of Monte Cristo has an especially complicated relationship with her, as while he does sympathize with being ruined by their enemies and coming back rich and plotting to destroy them, he worries that Renata has already gone too far in her plan.
  • Renata is quite intrigued by Double Trouble, as their ability to shapeshift marks them as the perfect corporate spy in Renata’s eyes, and she often seeks them out for the occasional job. Double Trouble always happily accepts the jobs, and somewhat enjoys screwing over other people for nice payment. She also tends to hire The Mann Co. Mercenaries for more larger intimidation plots and thefts, because admittedly, they are effective at their job, annoying as they are. They naturally jumped at the chance of hurting people for large amounts of money, and they find Renata to be quite similar to the Administrator.
  • As they have the ability to miraculously heal practically any ailment as well as mutating or harming its targets is modified, Renata has made it a goal of hers to obtain some HP Bullets. Their medical and combat applications are a gold mine in Renata’s eyes, and she hopes to bring at least one back to Zaun so she can replicate and mass produce it. Of course, the K Corporation refuses to give her a single one, so she’s currently trying to get Double Trouble or any of the Mercs to steal some for her.