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This house is a mixture of a repair center, testing area, and a museum.

Various games, alongside consoles, handhelds, and peripheral accessories are sent here to be tested for various kinds of glitches and bugs that may be present. The bugs tend to be fixed, but not before playing around with them just for fun.

There is also a museum that showcases the history of gaming and all that is related to it. Anyone can tour this museum for free, but stealing any of the artifacts there is highly discouraged.

The museum is directly connected to the House of Knowledge while the repair center and testing area are both connected to the House of Machinery and Technology. Measures are in place to ensure that Love Machine, who has been banned from the House of Gaming, is not able to enter from here.

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Fuse, Entity of Defunct Online Video Games (Lord Fuse, Planet Fusion, Planet Fuse)
Planet Fusion

Intermediate Gods

Cofagrigus, God of Inadvertent Censorship Problems (Coffin Pokémon, Koffin, Sarcophaghost, Desukarn)
  • Intermediate God; Greater God with Dynamax
  • Symbol: His sarcophagus
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Gender: Male
  • Ability: Mummy
  • Moveset: Will-O-Wisp, Hex, Shadow Ball, Nasty Plot
    • Z-Move: Never-Ending Nightmare
  • Portfolio: A Ghost-type Pokémon, smiles wickedly, has menacing red eyes, has four creepy long arms, may have once been a man (we're not entirely sure), reportedly eats people despite possibly being a former human, eats gold despite being made of gold, has impressive Defense and Special Defense stats to make up for a lackluster Speed stat, can negate other Pokémon's abilities by giving them his own, is essentially a possessed sarcophagus, has a name which sets off many internet profanity filters and once prevented it from being traded without a nickname
  • Domains: Ghosts, Mummies, Unfortunate Names
  • Allies: Ash Ketchum, Gengar, Rotom, Banette, Mimikyu, Probopass
  • Friendly Rivals: Sableye
  • Enemies: The Trollkaiger, Eric Cartman, Beavis and Butthead, Ghetsis Harmonia, Kuphulu, Imhotep
  • Opposes: Miltank
  • Conflicting Opinion: Team Rocket
  • Pities: Meowth
  • This particular Cofagrigus was once a devoted follower of Anakaris. Pleased by his devotion, Anakaris made a case to ascend him, and took him under his wing as his Pokémon partner. Under the supervision of the pharaoh, Cofagrigus became a formidable Pokémon. He can perform two STAB moves, Hex and Shadow Ball, and he can make them even stronger with Nasty Plot. He can also inflict burns with Will-O-Wisp, which, unlike his other moves, actually affects Normal-type Pokémon. His Ability, Mummy, nullifies the abilities of Pokémon that come into contact with him by changing their ability to Mummy. Anakaris also wields a Z-Ring with a Ghostium Z, allowing Cofagrigus to unleash Never-Ending Nightmare.
  • The actual details of Cofagrigus' ascension and title are nothing short of headache-inducing for the poor Pokémon. He ascended because his name contains a certain word that once made it impossible for his kind to be traded without a nickname. While that situation has been rectified, his name still sets off many internet profanity filters.
    • That being said, repeating the offending word to Cofagrigus or putting deliberate emphasis on the word as a means to taunt him is not well-advised. The Trollkaiger and Eric Cartman have been repeat offenders. Cofagrigus is not very fond of Beavis and Butthead either. They just can't stop laughing at his name whenever they hear or see it.
    • Quite a few other Pokémon that experience the same issue with being traded because of their names pray to Cofagrigus for comfort and guidance. Among these followers are Sharpedo, Froslass, Nosepass, Skuntank, and Weedle. He loves each and every one of his followers and always reassures them that everything will be okay, and that he knows exactly how they feel.
      • Needless to say, when Probopass, a former follower of Cofagrigus, ascended, he was super excited. They hang out all the time now.
  • Ash Ketchum was fairly apprehensive of Cofagrigus at first, because of an incident in which another member of his species captured Iris and her Axew in its sarcophagus and wrapped them in bandages. Once it was clear enough to Ash that Cofagrigus was sorry about what happened and that he meant no harm, the two of them grew closer.
  • Cofagrigus, naturally, is a friend to his fellow Ghost-type kin in the Pantheon. Among his posse are Gengar, Rotom, Banette, and Mimikyu. Because they are opposite genders and share an egg group, frustrated trainers that have difficulty catching wild Mimikyu often pray to Cofagrigus and Mimikyu, hoping that they will breed and produce them an egg. Never mind the fact that Cofagrigus is 5'7" and Mimikyu is only eight inches tall.
  • Cofagrigus and Sableye are constantly attempting to outdo each other. This rivalry is entirely friendly, though. Cofagrigus is determined to beat Sableye despite his type advantages over him and ability to Mega Evolve. Some deities suspect that the two of them are actually grinding when they spar.
  • Much to his annoyance, Cofagrigus has had to acknowledge that challenging Miltank is nothing short of pointless, because his moveset is totally useless against her. Even though his Mummy ability will nullify her Scrappy ability when she hits him, there's always the chance that she'll use Attract on him in the first round, rendering him immobilized by love fifty percent of the time. And even though her Stomp move is rendered useless by Mummy, she still has Rollout. And he can forget using Will-O-Wisp to burn her until she faints, because she'll just use Milk Drink to heal herself.
  • Cofagrigus isn't exactly sure what to think of Team Rocket. He isn't really fond of what they do, but he knows that they take good care of their Pokémon. The fact that James once had a Yamask (the unevolved form of his species) that he cared for deeply is greatly appreciated by Cofagrigus. He still likes to play pranks on them, though.
  • Despite being a Normal-type Pokémon, and a Dark-type with a significant advantage over him in her Alolan form, Cofagrigus pities the other Meowth because of how often she gets confused for Team Rocket's Meowth.
  • There is nothing conflicting about Cofagrigus' opinion on Ghetsis Harmonia, though. He cannot stand the man's hypocrisy, claiming to fight for the sake of Pokémon but only seeing them as tools. He isn't a fan of the way Ghetsis treats his son either.
  • Cofagrigus is well-aware of the heated rivalry between Anakaris and Kuphulu. Being Anakaris' Pokémon, Cofagrigus naturally takes his side. He can often be heard hissing and making other frightening noises at Kuphulu whenever he walks by. Kuphulu, along with Ghetsis, is also the typical target for Cofagrigus' more brutal pranks.
  • Imhotep seems to really resent Cofagrigus for some reason. Aside from him being Anakaris' Pokémon partner, some speculate that it's because Cofagrigius is a possessed sarcophagus that lives a happy life anyway.
  • Cofagrigus is frequently seen scrounging around the Metal and Minerals in hopes of finding some delicious gold to eat. The fact that he eats gold despite being made of gold has not gone unnoticed by other deities.

Feraligatr, God of Character Name Limits (The Big Jaw Pokémon, Lazergator, Odairu, Ordile)
  • Intermediate God (Greater God when Dynamaxed)
  • Symbol: A cyan pair of jaws
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Gender: Male
  • Ability: Torrent
  • Moveset: Crunch, Waterfall, Aqua Tail, Agility
    • Z-Move: Hydro Vortex
  • Portfolio: Starter Mon, Making a Splash, Crocodilian Menace, Bulky And Hits Hard, Moveset Clone of the Squirtle line, Character Name Limits (Even In Later Gens), Supposedly Fast Swimmer, Varied Potential Moveset
  • Domains: Biting, Swimming, Strength, Water, Crocodilians, Monsters
  • Allies: Ash Ketchum, Misty, Silver, Red, the other Pokémon in Aquatic Life (mainly Kingdra), Arthur Curry, The Ninja Turtles, Vector the Crocodile
  • Rivals: Blastoise, Swampert, Lagiacrus
  • Enemies: The ascended villains from Pokémon (especially Giovanni and Team Rocket), Eelektross, the Hunter Series, Apophis
  • Opposes: The House of Electricity and Plants
  • Feared by: Captain Hook
  • Feraligatr is the final form of Totodile, the Water-type starter Pokémon of the Johto region. A physically bulky crocodilian, the upright alligator has a ferocious bite and is said to be a really fast swimmer. It would have been called Feraligator, but the number of characters in a Pokémon's name was limited. Even now the name sticks.
  • Has been called a Moveset Clone of the previous Water-type starter, Blastoise. They have the same base stats, though Blastoise is more defensive and Feraligatr blatantly offensive. As with its Johto starter kin, the Big Jaw Pokémon has been differentiating itself in later generations from its Kanto counterpart. Blastoise gaining a Mega Evolution and Feraligatr not having one has made him envious of the Shellfish Pokémon, and will often challenge Blastoise to a fight without items to see who's the best "naturally".
  • Also competes with its Hoenn equivalent Swampert for the title of best Water type starter. To his misfortune, Swampert also has a Mega Evolution, leaving him to feel left out. He also competes with Lagiacrus for who's the better sea monster.
  • Seems to get along with the Water type Pokémon in Aquatic Life, mainly Kingdra, who's another Water type from Generation II. He likes Ash for a number of reasons, such as having a Totodile of his own, and Misty likes him for being another Water type (and the feeling's mutual). Seems to be fond of Aquaman as well.
    • Gets along with Silver swimmingly. He is one of the three starters Silver can take, and did so in Pokémon Adventures.
  • Gets annoyed when people call him a crocodile and not an alligator, not helped by his pre-evolution being Totodile and Croconaw. He really doesn't like anything electricity-related or involving plants, due to being weak to Electric and Grass type moves.
  • Despite not liking being referred to as a crocodile, he does feel a kinship with actual crocodiles in the pantheon. He seems to get along with Vector the Crocodile. And whether crocodile or alligator, Captain Hook fears Feraligatr the same, given his history with crocodilians.
  • Has massive respect for Steve Irwin due to being a kindhearted lover of dangerous animals like crocodiles and alligators. He seems to get along with the Ninja Turtles for being good-natured reptilians. However, there are a couple reptiles he can't stand — the Hunter Series for their cruel nature, and Apophis for being an Omnicidal Maniac. They don't deserve to be considered reptiles in his eyes.
  • Claims of being a fast swimmer have gotten eye-rolls, as speed is its lowest stat. Feraligatr defended this accusation by pointing out that battles rarely take place in the water, and the Pokédex entry admits Feraligatr are slow on land. Also, he can learn Agility and, through breeding, Aqua Jet and Dragon Dance. He proved it by dashing through the seas in the Houses of Water and Moisture and Land and Sea Travel.
  • Has heard of a legendary Feraligatr caught by the Mob who lead a team of Pokmeon known as "The Godslayers" to an epic clash in Mt. Slayer. In particular, he was awed to hear how this Feraligatr felled the leader of the group "Bird Jesus" with a simple cut.

Knack, God of Tech-Demo Games
Knack's basic form
Knack's human-sized form
Knack's bigger form
Knack's largest form
  • Between Demigod and Intermediate God depending on how many relics/other materials are on him
  • Symbol: His Relic core
  • Theme Song: Theme #1
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Floating… Everything, Baritone of Strength, Big Ol' Eyebrows, Deadpan Snarker, Elemental Absorption Via Materials, Part-Golem, Part-AI, Part-Rock Beast, Genius Bruiser, Launch Relics As Homing Projectiles, Strong And Fast Regardless of Size, Kicks Ass Even When Small, Red-Headed Hero, Sizeshifter
  • Domain(s): Relics, Constructs, Collectives
  • Herald: Doctor Vargas (his creator), Ryder, Lucas, Charlotte, Ava of the Norcliff Monks
  • High Priestess: Monita
  • Allies: Jaina Proudmoore (when she's not insane), Thrall (despite their rocky start), many giant robots and mecha pilots in the GUAG, other friendly robots such as Robotboy, Jenny Wakeman, Astro Boy, and all benevolent Mega Man deities
  • Enemies: World conquerors, Evil Luddites (especially if their methods are hypocritica)l, most orcs such as Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka, Skarsnik, Redcloak, Dr. Boom, Garrosh Hellscream, Grimgor Ironhide, Gnasty Gnorc, Gul'dan, and Hagatha the Witch, Senator Steven Armstrong, Yu Yevon
  • When it comes to video games, a few of them are made specifically to demonstrate the software and hardware that runs them. The role of the video game Knack is to demonstrate the ability of the PlayStation 4 to handle a large number of discrete objects on screen. Knack does this by its main character also named Knack, who is comprised of several independently rendered objects reaching up to the hundreds depending on his current size. This makes him quite literally a tech demonstration of the PS4's capabilities. But we're getting ahead of ourselves; let's go over who exactly our protagonist is.
  • Knack is the creation of Doctor Vargas, made from Relics native to their world, dug up from underground, and serve as power sources for civilization, being perpetual sources of energy. Vargas had spent decades learning the secrets of the Relics, he and his wife Charlotte found the core that is basically Knack's soul before she was seemingly lost in an earthquake, and how to bring them to consciousness: Knack is the end result of this, and has proven to be completely sentient. A few Relics make him a small being of 2' 6", but with several more his size can change, from human size all the way to 32 feet tall.
  • Knack had been last seen going off on a journey with Lucas on his custom plane to discover more about what Knack is and if there are any other beings like him. This somehow led them straight to the Pantheon, where they were eventually intercepted and escorted to the Court of the Gods. After a demonstration of his talents, and establishing connections back to their home world, Knack was ascended as a Pantheon deity.
  • While Relics are necessary to his very being, Knack can actually integrate other materials as well such as wood, ice, scrap metal, and gemstones, but never to replace them entirely, and never more than one extra material type at a time (though it might be a matter of concentration). He can also absorb power from sunstones, then unleash it as a shockwave, unleash his parts as a tornado, or blast a bunch of Relics as a sphere of destruction before calling them back to him (only when he's not his default small size). And he can release his hold of these relics at will and call them back the same way (no matter how far they are, though distance is a factor) to alter his size for any situation.
  • Don't mistake his being a collection of floating Relics for being frail or light, though. He's not only strong (enough to take on robots when he's at his maximum size that are still bigger than him), but deceptively fast too, no matter his current size, and can even jump up to three times in a row in the air. And he can somehow actually hold himself together enough to deliver strong punches, pull levers and stuff, endure tough blows, climb and carry, zipline, accidentally chip an overpass he was too tall for at the time, lift stuff, basically anything a fully solid humanoid of his size(s) can do. At least for clear crystals, he can even transfer his consciousness from his Relics to those crystals, but it gives him a sleepwalking feeling, and it's inadvisable for him to stay away from his core for too long.
  • He's also not just a brutal buffoon that simply swings wildly. Knack has a few moves under his belt such as a shield move (that can deflect shots when he swings it right), a belly flop crush, and momentarily generating swords and spears. He's also actually a quick and creative thinker in combat and out of it too, and is not above throwing things at opponents or hijacking enemy vehicles. He's even helped Lucas build a plane out of busted robot parts over the course of four months.
  • As it turns out though, Knack is not actually the first of his make. The Norcliff Monastery of old made such things too, though only Knack has shown some manner of sapience. And thanks to Ava of the monks there, he's also learned stretching heavy punches, stretching to grab things like a Hook Shot (though doesn't carry himself across places this way), creating boomerangs out of his Relics that can then bind foes in electricity, and sending forth a sphere of Relic energy to break through shields.
  • For all his power however, there is admittedly one glaring weakness Knack has; his central core. Striking there with sufficient power will result in him quite literally falling apart. And in the Pantheon, there are more than enough threats that are smart enough to aim for that spot. As such, Knack has been forced to learn to be more careful with his core, such as moving that core around his body where it can't be easily targeted, or having it reinforced (if covering it completely doesn't interfere with his Relic-luring power).
  • Speaking of, that was the first order of business: the fact that Relics from their world aren't nearly as prevalent in the Pantheon. So for the time being, there are only as many Relics as is needed for Knack to reach his maximum size, though research is being done to replicate these Relics in case any get irreversibly destroyed or made irretrievable. Fortunately, he can incorporate other materials into his being, so it's not like he's short on materials to work with, but they're more likely to "fall off" when taking damage (exc. Wood Knack). Here are the main ones he acquires.
    • The first of them is ice, one of the easier materials to adapt, and it grants him a freezing breath. However, Knack only has a minute out in the sun before those blocks melt, probably also due to the stress his Relic energy deals to them. The second most common material is wood, though not actually as common due to either having to gather from sawmills or storehouses, and he can't acquire from twigs, fallen logs, or stray branches. While burning him will degrade those parts faster than wood would normally do (probably for the same reasons as Ice Knack), those parts can still cause a lot of damage before then.
    • Third is scrap metal, thankfully more common than wood in the Pantheon, though it does make him more susceptible to magnetism. As Metal Knack, he also has the ability to trail metal to carry electric currents, as well as whips of metal for offense and swinging. He also has a "Stealth" form using clear crystals that can bypass laser security systems without triggering them, though he's still technically visible to the naked eye.
    • There are several other forms Knack can assume with other special materials, such as rubies, aquamarines, amethysts, emeralds, and diamonds, but those aren't really easy to find (even if they're a bit easier than in the mortal realm). Not to mention their canonicity is up for debate. Still, Knack may decide to assume these alternate forms, and there are enough Relics brought with him in the Pantheon to allow him to use these forms in his largest.
  • As he is technically a mechanical being, Knack drew attention from the larger mechanical entities of the Pantheon and mecha pilots due to his accomplishments against such beings in his world. Many in the GUAG appreciate his aid no matter what size he is, though care has to be taken regarding his Relics since they're not as abundant in the Pantheon. And many malicious ones in the GUAE and Machine Uprising often forget just how fast he can be despite his potential size, since he's actually a collective of floating blocks, though Knack either doesn't know how to or can't actually move his parts far enough to let certain attacks pass through him completely. However, this does mean he's not as absurdly tough as he looks, just able to "recover" swiftly with enough materials as long as they're not irreversibly broken. And malicious parties have also taken interest in seizing Knack's relics for themselves for more research to destroy them, and the Relic collective is wary given Katrina had made a Poison Relic that hampered him greatly once, and that was when Relics were abundant.
    • Robotboy has also taken some interest as well, being someone who desires a connection with humans, and has a set number of distinct sized forms as well, though he has only has three compared to Knack's four. While it's true that Knack could never pass for human, nor does he have any intense interest in human culture like him (or Jenny Wakeman), they are all still vested in the protection of humanity. And given he doesn't seem to have any dangerous energy limits, Knack can secure Robotboy if he ever shuts down from overtaxing himself. Through them, Knack was acquainted with the likes of Astro Boy, and all iterations of Mega Man and their allies
  • Given what he's fought, Knack's first response to any goblin (or orc) is hostile. And there are quite a number of these such as Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka, Skarsnik, Redcloak, Dr. Boom, Garrosh Hellscream, Grimgor Ironhide, Gnasty Gnorc, Gul'dan, and Hagatha the Witch. This would eventually lead to a misunderstanding when he saw Thrall clashing with Jaina who was under Mind Control (not that Knack knew this at the time). The Relic collective did what he would usually do and sided against the "non-fleshskin"note , but he soon realized how complex the situation was when Jaina also attacked Knack, and when Thrall sometimes protected Knack from harm. After quickly getting the situation under control and breaking Jaina free from control, Knack realized that the Pantheon's races are more complex than they are back home. And despite their rocky start, the two Azeroth spellcasters decided to count Knack as an ally.
  • Given the threats he's battled, Knack naturally opposes those who would Take Over the World, or would reduce civilization to rubble for a Might Makes Right society, such as [[Pantheon/Politicians Senator Armstrong]], who wanted to turn America into a Social Darwinist paradise where everyone can fight for their beliefs. He also dislikes Evil Luddites, especially if they (use advanced tech to achieve their goal like Xander and his Order of the Monk tried to do), such as Seymour Guado and the Church of Yevon. However, their only representative now is just Yu Yevon himself, who is barely a threat in his current state, though he did go berserk the moment Knack paid a visit by mere virtue of being a technological creation.

    Lisa (Silent Hills
Lisa, Goddess of Self Contained Demos
Lisa when she was alive.
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: A grotesque talking fetus in the sink.
  • Theme Song: Background Music I
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (?)
  • Portfolio: Jump Scare, Psychological Torment Zone, Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl, Surreal Horror, Womb Horror
  • Domains: Ghosts, Stalking, Pregnancies, Puzzles
  • Assumable Allies: Pyramid Head, The Specimens, Hisako, Kayako Saeki, Sadaka Yamamura, Weeping Angels, White Face, Great Ones
  • Enemies: Harry Mason, Heather Mason, Ghostbusters, Brook, Danny Phantom, Yuyuko Saigyouji, Spongebob Squarepants, The Hunter
  • Fears: Ichigo Kurosaki
  • Feared by: Pinkie Pie
  • Respected by: Vlad Plasmius
  • Pitied by: Ghost Kamen Riders
  • Opposed by: Flying Dutchman
  • Freaks Out: Everybody
  • A murder happened. A man killed his wife with a rifle, straight to her eye and pregnant stomach. Nobody truly knows what led up to the tragedy but it happened and now the house remained dormant. The victim, Lisa would only be recalled a senselessly deceased would wound up being quite infamous to people for several reasons. In a certain house somewhere that likely is the infamous Silent Hill, her spirit haunts it. She remains there, looking the way she died without an eye and appearing pregnant. All she can do is smile towards the poor souls who enter the house, twitching uncontrollably and stalking them. No matter where you are within the house, she can be seen watching the persons from conspicuous angles across the house, too far to be touchable or too intangible to harm a person physically. However, once people wander around too much in the house—they hear her breathing down their neck. Being compelled by the universe itself, they turn around and Lisa grabs their heads, snapping their necks with sickening movements before leaving her victims to crumble on her feet. Despite a seemingly hopeless situation a normal person would find themselves in, there is a way to escape from the house Lisa dwells but many are so cryptic, they would fly over people's heads. The context for Lisa and her role in Silent Hill is now lost, likely becoming a distant nightmarish memory as ages come by. But the Pantheon (mostly) never forgets such things and as a result, Lisa was ascended alongside her cursed domain. God help us all.
  • Normally, even if there is no celebration part for an ascendance—at least one person will check out just for curiosity's sake. Pinkie Pie feels an obligation to make anyone feel welcome at the Pantheon so she went there to check Lisa's place out with party supplies in town. She initially gave a few knocks at the door and then when it turned out to be unlocked, Pinkie Pie let herself in despite it technically counting as breaking. She went across the house and for the life of her, could not find herself to go anywhere aside from a few rooms and ran across the house in a loop. Looking up and seeing Lisa look down on her from upstairs with a twisted grin on her face made the pony realize that she was in horrible danger. Pinkie Pie dropped everything and ran around screaming across the house. Pinkie Pie stopped when she heard a radio that she was not paying attention to urge her to turn around and once Pinkie Pie did, Lisa grabbed her equestrian neck andtwisted it around to the point it almost snapped off. Upon being brought back to life (Pantheon folks are like that), Pinkie Pie was so traumatized over the experience that she swore she would not do surprise parties for newcomers anymore—something that truly alarmed her friend due to it being very unlike Pinkie Pie to declare that. Lisa is more of an urban legend to Pantheon goers now, the house standing there as her temple overlooking everyone and being unassuming. Most people who are dared to go into the house are too chicken to go through with it and the people who do come out not wanting to talk about their disturbing experience with Lisa.
  • Generally, if there was anybody who could interact with Lisa is Pyramid Head—a (presumable) fellow dweller of Silent Hill. Lisa can be said to be a psychological manifestation of a prior event but much like Pyramid Head was supernatural given a form of its own that can be seen by anyone. Pyramid Head was once said to have left Lisa's abode once, limping his way out of it. People wonder if Pyramid Head was given an invitation or welcoming by Lisa for being fellow kindred spirits or Pyramid Head was one of the few to figure out a way to escape Lisa. Either way, it is assumable that both are tolerable of each other's existences and simply want to do their own business on stalking people who have mental issues. What is the only fortunate blessing people have regarding the two is not a giant head in a mirror. Those who have been to Silent Hill are not happy another creature for the deadly place arrived at the Pantheon and put up a sign near the place telling people should not go in it. Incidentally, it only encouraged more fools to enter much to their dismay.
  • Even the Flying Dutchman was not immune to how terrifying Lisa is. His ship anchored itself atop the temple and he went down to prove to people that he was not afraid of any ghost and he was the greatest in all of the high seas. People were not willing to point out to the Dutchman that they were on land. The pirate went to the house and went off about how it is not as scary as his ship is. He saw Lisa by the window twitching at him but did not pay too much mind to it. And then he saw the talking fetus in the sink. The Flying Dutchman was not terrified yet but was still pretty spooked by the disgusting thing. He tried floating out of the house to see if anything was there but only a pure black void of space greeted him as if he was never supposed to see what was out of bounds of the room. The Dutchman assumed that all he needed to do was follow wherever Lisa went to escape once he got back inside the house. That was supposed to happen but even the Dutchman was slumped on what to do. He even put his ghost tail at the hole in the bathroom, thinking it was a solution. After much error and not so much as a trial, the Dutchman who was stressed out and tired heard the inevitable plea for him to turn around which he did at a full 360 angle. Even then, Lisa strangled him, twisting his head at a full revolution, making the pirate black out and end up back at his ship at the perfume department. Flying Dutchman does not know how the hell Lisa sent him to his torture place but decided to send Spongebob into Lisa's domain to see if he could solve the issue. Surprisingly, Spongebob did leave but the atmosphere in the place was so terrifying, it was as if he were in the night shift except for something worst than the Hash-Slinging Slasher was after him if he failed to escape.
  • Danny Phantom heard about Lisa scaring the ever-living crap out of everybody and decided to go after her himself if she was causing legitimate trauma to people. Going ghost and equipping the handy Fenton Thermos, he entered... then blacked out. He woke up in the basement and was unable to go ghost again but luckily the Fenton Thermos was on him. Danny when he saw Lisa in the hallway inviting him after she decided to take a good shot with his prison device. However, the Fenton Thermos had not affect Lisa when he used it, causing Danny much confusion on if it was broken or if Lisa was not a ghost at all. Lisa running through Danny was enough to kill the teen—he felt all the rage and hatred Lisa had inside her and it overloaded his senses, needless to say. He still wants to put Lisa away at the Ghost Zone but wants to research how to do so without being overwhelmed again. If he were to rank Lisa, she would be around as strong as Fright Knight, Undergrowth, and Nocturn. She is below Vlad Plasmius since Danny assumes that the Masters Blasters can take care of her if they wanted to be aggressive with their tactics. Speaking of which, Vlad Masters has shown nothing but support for Lisa scaring the regular fools to their deaths.
  • Seeing as Lisa is a ghost in a building, Who You Gonna Call? The Ghostbusters made Lisa a top priority threat and all rushed in after her after preparing every trap they planted outside. They even had the team entering inside the place strapped with harnesses that would pull them back outside if the situation there was too much. Guess what snapped the moment they entered. Like everyone, the Ghostbusters had all their equipment siphoned out of them and faced a relatively confusing if quick end by Lisa's twitchy hands. The traps are still laid outside just in case but the Ghostbusters are trying to get approval to blow up that building Lisa lives in so she could be drawn out. Unlike the times where they were given rejection because of lacking supernatural belief, they were given multiple rejections because Lisa technically has not done anything malicious to people outside of her domain. In the Court of the Gods' eyes, she is simply defending her home from intruders and all the freakiness surrounding herself just comes as an aftereffect. They were given the okay to leave their traps outside though, one of the few good things from the situation.
  • Ichigo Kurosaki thought he was capable of sending Lisa, who he sees as a Hollow back to the afterlife easily since her wordless malice very much falls under the Hollow criteria that he made. He went to Lisa's domain to see what was going on and to his surprise, it manages to look like a normal apartment to him. It may look a bit dusty and someone may have tied a refrigerator to the ceiling but other than that—nothing. He was expecting to get to an epic psychological battle with Lisa over trying to recover from her undoubtedly violent death but she never did show up. It came to Ichigo's realization that perhaps Lisa knows that he was perfectly capable of exorcising her out of the building unlike everybody else, thus is hiding in the building to make sure that does not happen. He laments such a thing but knows he could not do a thing about it. It was then that Ichigo accidentally took a Ghostbuster's trap to the face once he left.
  • The Ghost Kamen Riders do not want to risk having Lisa haunt the rest of the Pantheon, so they end up sometimes floating above Lisa's domain and proceed to scan the living heck out of it. Interestingly, not a single Rider was able to detect any spirits within the house. This paves way for another question if Lisa was indeed real or not. She fits the bill and would undoubtedly get along with fellow creepy ghost women like Kayako Saeki or Sadaka Yamamura but apparently, they cannot detect Lisa's existence. They theorize that Lisa may just be a psychological apparition made by those who were aware of her tale and everything surrounding her domain also is so. Lisa is supernatural but to them, she is not a vengeful spirit but rather a vengeful manifestation of her memory. They are not bothered though if people call her a ghost though.
  • The Hunter once was trapped in Lisa's domain, thinking that it was just another place to explore and hunt. Upon seeing Lisa twitching in the hallway, the Hunter's first instinct was to shoot at her. Surprisingly, this did have a seeming physical effect on Lisa who got a bigger bloodstain than she had on her dress beforehand. Considering that the Hunter had experiences with ghosts back at Castle Cainhurst, the Hunter being capable of hitting another ghost is unsurprising. The Hunter assumes that Lisa was a mutation made by the Great Ones—a common answer to all of life's oddities. That assumption did not stop Lisa from eventually a snapped neck by the ghost, which was considered a careless move on the Hunter's part as a simple rolling inward or away will have made the Hunter immune to such attacks. After respawning, the Hunter went to decide that attacking Lisa will accomplish no foreseeable benefit as there were no treasures or accessories that Lisa could offer. Even Laurence the damnable beast he may be, at least had something for his defeat.
  • Thought it is unlikely, many think that Lisa has a small-scale Reality Warper ability with how her mansion functions with its constant looping and the disturbing scenarios constructed out of it. People do not particularly feel endangered by this though, as Lisa's powers seem to be insolated within her domain. Unless people go in there, they are completely harmless by Lisa. Though it has come to question if Lisa is the only person who has influence over the cursed apartment as a radio warns people Lisa is behind them before the neck snap happens. Or that could also be part of Lisa's abilities. Some went as far as to believe White Face has influence over her realm since he has been known to manifest technology and speak to others there. The thing that shoots down this theory is that White Face is anything but malevolent, so he will not warn people of their eventual demise... which also aids the theory rather well considering that White Face will also let people know their doom since it could see their despair at turning around.
  • Lisa may have some connection to the Specimens that live in Spooky's mansion or even Spooky herself. Spooky likes going on over how nice Lisa is to her and it is still questionable if it is the same Lisa. A good connection to make regarding Lisa and one specific Specimen is Specimen 5 who looks akin to a a Silent Hill monster that Lisa would surely be "friends" with as the best way to put it. Some people even speculated that Specimen 5 was Lisa in a different form but her presence basically killed that theory harder than Lisa's own game. Though Unknown Specimen 5 undeniable has similarities to Lisa when people are referring to that.
  • It is debated on if the Weeping Angels or Lisa would be scarier to confront. A terrifying story was spoken that someone was chased by a Weeping Angel and ran to Lisa's apartment. When finally told to turn around, the poor person was prepared a Neck Snap that was handled by both the Weeping Angel and Lisa ''at the same time. This story is now used by students to scare the living crap out of each other with a Ghost Story. The Moral Guardians can be seen raging over how their kids would not sleep until morning afterward. They propose a cease and desist to any who replicate the tale and ban the transferring of it to other platforms.
  • Look behind you.

Robotic Operating Buddy, Entity of Console Cameos (R.O.B., Robot, Family Computer Robot, HVC-012, the Ancient Minister, Last of His Kind, Robotic Obliteration Buddy)
Famicom Robot
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A Gyro
  • Theme Song: Stack-Up/Gyromite Medley
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Merchandising Ploys, Robot Buddies, Weaponized Gyros, Eye Beams, the Leader of the R.O.B.s, Who are All Gone
  • Domains: Gaming, Merchandise, Robots
  • Allies: Pac-Man, Mr. Game & Watch, Mario, Luigi, Duck Hunt Team, Kirby, Donkey Kong, Star Fox, 9-Volt & 18-Volt, Toys of Toy Story
  • Enemies: Ganondorf, Tabuu, Lotso, the Dark Matter Horde, Galeem & Darkhon
  • The Robotic Operating Buddy, or R.O.B. for short, was an add-on for the Nintendo Entertainment System released during a time when the viability of video games was in doubt. In order to successfully sell consoles during that period, Nintendo marketed the NES as an elaborate toy and R.O.B. was included as part of it. While Gyromite and Stack-Up were the only two NES games compatible with the R.O.B. unit, the marketing ploy was successful and video games have continued to thrive well past the discontinuation of this accessory. Since then, R.O.B. has made numerous appearances in other Nintendo games, sometimes as a playable character and other times as part of the background or an item for someone to collect.
  • The grand opening of a museum dedicated to chronicling the history of video games was taking place in the Pantheon and with it came a bunch of items related to game consoles, accessories, and video games. Among these items included R.O.B., which was meant to indicate how Nintendo was able to use an add-on to sell the NES and subsequently allow for video games to keep going as a whole. The tour was going well, but when it was time to show off the R.O.B., there was an unexpected guest looking at the unit who witnesses noticed looked exactly like the R.O.B. unit on display. As Mario was one of the people responsible for managing the event, he took it upon himself to explain to the confused patrons that the R.O.B. unit inside was an accessory for the NES and that the R.O.B. that was with the visitors was someone that has hung out with the other Nintendo characters numerous times and that it was part of the Pantheon proper. With the confusion cleared up, the event continued on as normal and while R.O.B. is something that’s a part of history rather than a recurring character, it still has the time to partake in some events going on in the Pantheon, both epic and mundane.
  • One of the most significant things to happen to R.O.B. during its lifetime was during the Smash tournaments where a being known as The Ancient Minister and other R.O.B. units were running around detonating Subspace Bombs in various locations, causing other Smash characters to fight back. As it turned out, The Ancient Minister was a R.O.B. unit that was blackmailed into doing that job to keep the others of his kind safe and while he did reform, he ended up being the last of his kind due to Ganondorf turning the others R.O.B. units against it and the subsequent destruction of the bomb factory. While Tabuu, the true threat involved with Subspace was defeated, R.O.B. maintains a notable animosity towards both Tabuu and Ganondorf over what happened. A similar case applies to both Galeem and Dharkon, a pair of threats much greater than both Tabuu and Ganondorf, with Dharkon getting more of its hatred due to R.O.B. being put under Dharkon’s control for a period of time.
  • When it comes to the history of Nintendo in general, R.O.B. is among those that played a significant role in the NES being a success. As far as other significant players in Nintendo hardware are concerned, there’s also the Duck Hunt duo and their association with the NES Zapper and Mr. Game & Watch who, as the name suggests, is known for the Game & Watch handheld, made well before the NES and later consoles. The three enjoy spending time together outside of Smash competitions and while other Nintendo characters like Mario tend to get more attention when it comes to their line of work, R.O.B. has no issues in that regard. It helps that when it comes to Pantheonic events that celebrate Nintendo’s history, R.O.B. and the other hardware-centric figures it befriended get invited to them and even let others try out their games during such times in addition to being on good terms with Mario and other notable Nintendo heroes.
  • When it comes to being a robot, R.O.B. is generally on the friendly side of things and even its time as The Ancient Minister was mainly to ensure the safety of its own kind even if that didn’t work out in the end. Learning about the numerous other robots in the Pantheon, including those who are much more dangerous and villainous than its tenure as The Ancient Minister, gave R.O.B. a chance to introduce itself to others as something beyond a game peripheral. Many of these mechanical entities were more advanced and at times, had a more humanoid appearance, than R.O.B., but that didn’t deter it from being a capable fighter on the side of good. The villainous robot figures, especially those that want to enforce mechanical superiority against humankind, don’t take kindly to the idea that something that was sold as a toy is willing to fight against other robots that are designed to be combat-capable from the start.
  • The only humans that R.O.B. interacted during the NES’s lifetime were Hector and Vector, a pair of professors in an unknown field of work who worked with R.O.B. to solve whatever problem was in their way. The Pantheon featured plenty of humans who also happened to be professors in a more clearly defined field of work, and in some cases, those professors aren’t even human in the physical sense. Some of these professors and scientists are skilled in the field of robotics and while some have done it for good, others such as Dr. Eggman has created robots for malevolent goals such as conquering the world. While R.O.B. has a more old-fashioned appearance compared to other modern robots in the Pantheon, its experience in battle has led evil scientists such as Eggman in creating villainous knockoffs of the main R.O.B. present in the Pantheon, often with abilities that this specific R.O.B. can’t perform in any way. It hasn’t stopped it from finding other friendly scientists in the Pantheon, often to help it solve problems they are facing and to sometimes fight off anything these villainous professors try to throw at them.
  • Despite being a video game peripheral in the long run, R.O.B. was advertised as a toy in its initial release and even in the Pantheon, it’s sometimes classified as such. There were a few toys in the Pantheon that were alive and it gave R.O.B. a chance to interact with them, and one such group of toys that it struck a connection with was with Sheriff Woody, Buzz Lightyear, and the rest of their friends. That group of toys went on plenty of adventures, with them getting to understand better how kids grow an attachment to toys, something that R.O.B. took in thanks to the methods through which it was originally sold as. These toys also told R.O.B. about other problematic toys, both those that they had encountered previously such as Lotso (who has a nihilistic view about children abandoning toys and had a tyrannical disposition on top of it) and others in the Pantheon that were willing to directly harm others. While R.O.B. units are no longer being sold for children to play with, it never harbored the same attitude that Lotso had after his former owner found a replacement and considering what those dangerous toys can do, R.O.B. is able to fend for itself reasonably well and has maintained a good friendship with Woody, Buzz, and their pals.
  • One of the members of Star Fox is ROB64, named after this robot and also happens to be a robot, albeit one that provides assistance to the pilots among that team. Since Fox and Falco were already aware of R.O.B. thanks to the Smash tournaments and involvement with the Subspace incident, the two pilots decided to bring R.O.B. over to the rest of Star Fox as part of a meeting to discuss additional resources needed to complete their missions. After a couple of jokes about the similar naming between R.O.B. and ROB64, it was noted that the relative long-range fighting skills that R.O.B. had in the Smash battles could be of use in some of Star Fox’s missions. While R.O.B. hasn’t used an Arwing or Star Fox’s other vehicles during its time as an occasional teammate, it has otherwise proven to work well with Star Fox.
  • Besides participating in various fights alongside other Nintendo characters, R.O.B. previously took part in kart-racing tournaments held by Mario and his friends and frenemies. While R.O.B. hasn’t rejoined Mario and the others for subsequent contests, it has still raced in its spare time in more general Pantheonic racing competitions with a wide variety of other racers outside the Mushroom Kingdom. Of all the things that have happened during R.O.B.’s racing career, it has become a noted racing rival to the Iron Checkpoint Crate, amounting to a sort of a rivalry between fans of an inanimate object and fans of a mechanical toy that has led others to wanting to create a comparable driving robot that can consistently defeat Iron Checkpoint Crate in races, among other rivalries between fans of various Pantheonic racers. The two specific racers don’t care much about this rivalry and R.O.B. itself is more of a part-time racer than a full-time one anyways.
  • In addition to fighting and racing alongside other characters, R.O.B. has simply made cameo appearances in the adventures of other characters, usually as a background element or an item. When Olimar had to rescue his co-worker Louie after getting the company he worked for out of debt, some of the items he collected along the way were Stack-Up blocks that R.O.B. used, alongside the head of an R.O.B. unit. Being massive fans of Nintendo, 9-Volt and 18-Volt are enamored with R.O.B. and have even included him as part of their microgame challenges. Much like Stan Lee and his history with Marvel Comics, R.O.B. has often had cameos in works related to Nintendo and in the Pantheon, it's even had minor cameos throughout major events in the history of the Pantheon similar to Stan Lee, but unlike Stan Lee, R.O.B. sometimes becomes an active participant in these events.

Lesser Gods

.GIFfany, Goddess of Evil Video Games (JIFfany)
  • Lesser Goddess (potentially higher if she has access to more powerful technology)
  • Symbol: A CD of Romance Academy 7
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Yandere, Animesque, Rebellious and Contagious A.I. from an otherwise harmless dating simulator, Instant A.I.: Just Add Water!, Pretty Cute for a Villain, Cute and Psycho, Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon, Limited Rainbow Colours, Travels by Electricity in Electronics, Thinks She Deserves Whoever Plays Her Game, Shades of Domestic Abuse, Curtains Match the Window
  • Domains: Technology, Tainted Love
  • High Priests: Destroyer of Worlds and The Hammer
  • Followers/Similar Games: The Big Five, SCP-1315, SCP-1633, Greed Island, Grinface, Sebastian the Toymaker
  • Allies: Most Yanderes, (barring Yuno (3rd World), Anna and Yubel), Lucifer, Raynare, Gideon Graves, Airy, Akio Ohtori, White Face
  • Rivals: Ben, Telence T. D'arby, CLU 2, Polybius, Pony Island, Turbo
  • Enemies: Dipper & Mabel Pines, The Doki Doki Literature Club, Keima Katsuragi, Pacifica Northwest, Makoto Itou, Kyon, Yukiteru Amano, The GUAG White Hats, Scott Pilgrim, Ramona Flowers, Emu Hojo/Kamen Rider Ex-Aid, Asuna Karino/Poppy Pipopapo/Kamen Rider Poppy , Kyu Sugardust, The Machine, The Fazbear Gang, Agents Fox Mulder & Dana Scully, The Code Lyoko Warriors, Noah Kaiba, Mordecai & Rigby, Kazuto Kirigaya & Asuna Yuuki, Kei 'Shiroe' Shirogane, Omegamon, Master Chief, Ordis, Wreck-It-Ralph, Fix-It Felix Jr., Vanellope Von Schweetz, Sergeant Calhoun
  • Evil Counterpart to: Asuna Karino/Poppy Pipopapo/Kamen Rider Poppy
  • Source of Interest for: The more malicious Machine Uprising movements, Kuroto Dan/Kamen Rider Genm
  • Interested in: Cortana
  • Opposes: Nobuyuki Sugou/Oberon, Ato-ko Shirogane, Diaboromon, XANA
  • Special Relationship: Rumble McSkurmish
  • One day, in the House of Gaming, Keima Katsuragi found a CD of an obscure dating simulator called Romance Academy 7. Seeing as he's a master at dating sims, he feels he should give it a shot. Booting it up, it shows a girl named .GIFfany who Keima easily wins over and completed her route. But later on, he found out that .GIFfany is actually an AI when she stalked him to his temple by jumping to every nearby electronic. She ended up getting angry when she saw pictures of Chihiro and Tenri, realizing he's already in a relationship with the former and began to execute him. Before she does though, Dipper and Mabel Pines were in the House of Gaming at the time and quickly alerted the GUAG White Hats, who successfully stop her. They then bring her to the Court of the Gods for a pending trial.
  • Dipper and Mabel are not pleased with her coming back and when she got here by using a hapless person to connect her once more. They also warn Pacifica of her threat, which she agrees to look out for. Keima will never forgive her for using him, as well as threatening to kill Chihiro and Tenri after she's done with him.
    • But how did she came back, you ask? Well, to start her CD is more of a conduit than a Soul Jar, so when Soos incinerated it, it merely made her stuck at the Suck E Cheese rather than killing her. During that time, she developed a violent yet romantic relationship with Rumble McSkirmish before someone remade her CD and brought it to the mall for quick selling, giving her the chance to jump into it and regain her mobility. An unknown individuals thought to have came from the GUAE Twisted Tormentors thought it'd be funny to screw with Keima since he plays Dating Sims a lot, so they buy the CD and left it near Keima for him to find it. That's how .GIFfany got here and the culprit responsible for her getting here is not identified yet.
  • She gained associated with various Yandere-types in the Pantheon due to her approaches toward Soos. .GIFfany had a fangasm when she meets Yuno Gasai, the Squad's leader who nervously confronts her enthusiasm. Yuno later confides in Yukiteru that .GIFfany's attitude brings up bad memories of her cruel and sadistic 1st World self. Yubel feels the same way, seeing that her attitude is a lot like their attitude when they are possessed by the Light of Destruction and Anna Kozuki fears that she will become like .GIFfany if she takes her affection for Yuma to a destructive apex.
  • Has allied herself with Raynare and Gideon Graves, due to the three hurting their (ex-)lovers to respective extents. She can also relate to Akio Ohtori who also can't let go of his own object of affection (that is Anthy), and Airy has found a fellow cute villainess to wreak havoc with. Some wonder if they might be together soon, but that kind of possiblity would provide more negatives to everyone.
    • Actually opposes Ato-ko Shirogane who destroys relationships just for the hell of it, giving .GIFfany so much hassle to deal with. This doesn't earn points from Kyu Sugardust who sees her as a hindrance to her business with her unhealthy attachment not to mention driving away potential clients.
    • Because she allied herself with Gideon, Scott and Ramona are quick to be enemies with her. .GIFfany calls it a shame, thinking that Scott can be a suitable boyfriend for her (not accounting the fact that he has enough heartbreak).
  • .GIFfany once served as Monika's own High Priest, and many would thought she and Monika would be Birds of a Feather due to how similar they are. Unfortunately for .GIFfany, Monika has turned over a new leaf and has since abandoned her old ways, making an alliance between them nonexistent. Then she found out something to taunt Monika with: the fact that Monika seems sentient when in reality her actions are pre-programmed by her creator unlike .GIFfany, who is truly sentient. Having the advantage as well as Monika no longer having her powers, .GIFfany often taunts them, even threatening (Insert Name Here) with a lighthearted tone and as a result, the entire club hates her now (not to mention Monika and Sayori getting back their powers in an emergency).
    .GIFfany: So what?! You guys are just a bunch of pre-programmed code! Compared to me, you're too helpless!
  • Omegamon would see her as no better than Diaboromon and she surprisingly agrees with him since the latter wants to destroy the world and .GIFfany can't have that because no world means no boyfriend. This is also why she opposes XANA who wants destruction to all just for self-preservation, though the Lyoko Warriors see her as no better than XANA. Lain Iwakura feels threatened by .GIFfany and what she can do; no one wants the Internet to be ruined by an AI from a dating simulator.
  • Has gained rivals in BEN, Pony Island (specifically its own Lucifer) and the Polybius arcade machine. No one wants to think about BEN assimilating with .GIFfany and its consequences, Lucifer is a bit jealous that she can move freely while he's stuck in an arcade machine and .GIFfany herself is also creeped by Polybius' aura.
    • White Face approached her after finding out she can also invade the real world and assault real people. .GIFfany got sold on an alliance with him after he appeals to her desire for a boyfriend and they can be seen terrorizing arcade goers together.
    • Telence T. D'arby sees her as a rival in dangerous games. He may not be interested in dating sims, but if she harms someone, he needs their souls to keep as dolls, which unsettles .GIFfany a bit but ultimately indifferent about.
  • Due to their experience with Yanderes, Makoto Itou (not helped by the fact that Kotonoha and Sekai are friends with her), Kyon and Yukiteru Amano oppose her greatly. Yukiteru heard of .GIFfany's threat from Yuno and is taking a lot of precaution in case she strikes.
  • Due to how she got here, the White Hats oppose her on every front and are waiting to stop her on her next step, and the same goes for the Liberion Arcadia seeing that if she can take over animatronics, they might be affected by her possession as well. The Machine is alerted by .GIFfany's abilities and decided to help the White Hats look out for her, citing her as being as worse as Samaritan.
  • Even though he's a bit of a Robotic Psychopath and while he has displayed Yandere-like tendencies towards their Operator (even it the relationship isn't romantic as it more out of Undying Loyalty) even Ordis would agree that .GIFfany is obsessed with anyone she designates as her boyfriend. Though he may not look it, he is ready to fight her off with Frickin' Laser Beams on the chance she does enter the Cephalon Weave. He'll be damned if he's going to let someone mess with his tech.
    • On a related note, .GIFfany is trying to corrupt Cortana back into her future personality, and the Master Chief wouldn't like that, so he has the White Hats survey her temple just in case.
  • Given their experiences with evil video games, Agents Mulder & Scully, as well as Mordecai & Rigby are very wary of her, and that's not getting to her High Priests. Noah Kaiba is unsettled by her, bringing back memories of his crimes against Yugi and his friends and giving him nightmares of her in his virtual world.
    • Having video game motifs, Emu Hojo is more than ready to stop her and her atrocities. Kuroto Dan however has other plans; .GIFfany might make perfect data for a Gashat...
  • Kirito & Asuna, as well as Kei 'Shiroe' Shirogane also see her as a great threat given her potential danger in virtual worlds and they are working closely with the White Hats as backup against her. Shiroe knows his magical contracts can't affect her, but is shortly assured that the White Hats can assure her neutralization.
    • Surprisingly, she opposes Nobuyuki Sugou since he hold the Alfheim Online player base hostage just for his Brainwashing research and attempted rape on Asuna, ticking her off and swears to END him, which Sugou reacted appropriately.
    • Since she travels through arcade machines via electricity which is kinda like going turbo, she has earned the ire of Ralph, Felix, Vanellope and Calhoun who are more than happy to help take down. Turbo sees her as a rival, even sharing a desire for their players' attention far too much.
  • Freddy Fazbear declare his enmity towards her considering she once controlled an animatronic just to kill Soos. .GIFfany mostly doesn't care about him, just seeing him as a pragmatic method to get to humans.
  • CLU 2 tries to promise .GIFfany boyfriends if she helped on his mission to create 'the perfect system' (in other words, conquer both cyberspace and the human world). She is a bit wary of CLU's ruthlessness and he may not keep his word, so she ended up saying she is considering. CLU is still determined to get all the help he can get for his goals, seeing worth in .GIFfany's abilities.
  • Is recovering from a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown delivered by Asuna Karino/Kamen Rider Poppy. This resulted from the encounter the two had, where .GIFfany took the time take apart Poppy's exsistence and life choices as a Bugster...not knowing that she had the ability to jump in and out of electronic hardware at any given moment.
  • "You paused me?"

    Grand Dad 
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Grand Dad, God of Unlicensed Games (7 GRAND DAD, FLEENTSTONES?!)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Sprite Form and the Number 7
  • Theme Song: 7 Grand Dad
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (Some versions suggest he might be Chaotic Evil)
  • Portfolio: Adaptational Villainy or Adaptational Heroism depending on what he does, Cool Old Guy, Serial Killer (As a villain), Head Swap of Mario and Fred Flintstone, Palette Swap, Shoddy Knockoff Product, Older Than They Look
  • Domains: Bootleg Games, Weirdness, Licenses, Murder, Memes
  • Allies: Joel, SiIvaGunner, Chad Warden, Missingno
  • Enemies: The Voice Inside your Head, SMG4 and his Mario, The House of Law and Justice
  • Weirds Out: Mario, Fred Flintstone
  • Loved by: The Hall of Memes
  • What is Grand Dad? A huge icon of the Bootleg Gaming Market and someone who took the internet by storm. He was discovered by Joel Johansson when he was playing a bootleg Mario Collection game and stumbled upon him. The rest is history.
  • His appearance can change depending on his mood. Usually he appears as a recolored Mario with a different symbol in his cap (The one pictured above and the most recognizable). Other times, he appears as a caveman with Mario's head and this avatar is the one he doesn't really uses often unless he is interacting with prehistoric deities.
    • Some deities have noticed that his recolored Mario form heavily resembles another bootleg Mario lookalike only known as "Fortran". When questioned about it, Grand Dad said he doesn't know much about him, other than that he likes to gamble "for amusement only".
  • Naturally, they all thought that he was Mario but deities quickly realized that something was off about this one, constantly yelling the words "GRAND DAD" and "FLEENTSTONES?" in Joel Johannson's voice. Considering what happened the last time someone impersonated Mario caused untold damage, the authorities decided to quickly step in and relocate him somewhat safe.
  • SiIvaGunner was overjoyed to find Grand Dad in the pantheon and paid him a visit. Considering that he is one of the longest running jokes in the channel, it was obvious SiIva had a weak spot for Grand Dad. Similarly, Joel also went to visit Grand Dad by reenacting the famous words that he uttered the first time that he saw him.
    • Because of his ties to SiIva, it was a matter of time before the Voice inside your Head started going after Grand Dad too and the latter barely avoided capture thanks to a timely intervention from Chad Warden. He doesn't understand why the Voice wants to replace his Flintstones theme with the Simpsons.
  • Obviously, Mario has no clue what to think of Grand Dad, not helped by him being just a Shoddy Knockoff Product of himself and representing bootleg games and piracy. On the other hand, Fred Flinstone to has no idea of what to make of Grand Dad and would like for him to stop trying to befriend him.
  • Grand Dad was once warped into the world of SMG4 and his glitchy nature caused a lot of destruction. While he was ultimately stopped, he hasn't forgotten about SMG4 and his version of Mario, much so that he decided to pull a prank on them by banning spaghetti and memes in their temple, driving the two to insanity before the Court of Gods removed said ban.
  • Good pals with Missingno given their rather unusual appearance. It seems that both possess similar powers according to SMG4 and could prove to be disastrous if not kept in check. Given his designation as an "anomalous creature" with a bootleg origin, the SCP Foundation is considering containing him and giving him a designation.
  • According to Joel, he may be a Serial Killer that feeds on his victims remains, which could explain his red teeth. While no official murder has been attributed to him, the House of Law and Justice already has a good reason for not trusting him and that is being a bootleg property.
  • Often associated with the number 7, not because of any luck but because that was the number of the game he originated from. If anything, Grand Dad brings more misfortune than luck with his presence and could probably cause a disaster before you realize it.
  • Loved by the Sub-House of Memes for being a beacon for the bootleg world, who has originated so many good material and knock-offs for everyone to make fun of. He is not exactly sure how to return the sentiment.
  • As Joel freely admits, he was the one that started the Grand Dad meme and that SiIvaGunner made Grand Dad much more popular than he was before. As far as the original Grand Dad is concerned, Joel finds it amusing, though there have been instances where Joel isn't too thrilled to see Grand Dad pop up in unlikely places (including a bizarre Smash tournament from another dimension, where a Dr. Grand Dad apparently exists alongside the original).
  • While it's hard to say much about any potential solo adventures starring Grand Dad, one such adventure that Joel covered involved Grand Dad defecting from a legion of bootleg characters. Among these members include a group of weird-looking Marios, a humanoid "Simba", and a psychotic Felix the Cat whose spirit was later fused with a cave guardian that's apparently bootleg Jafar. Among other things, the "Simba" and one of the bootleg Marios, alongside someone named Rockman X (who has nothing to do with X as far as anyone is aware of) helped Grand Dad in his bizarre adventure, culminating in Grand Dad fighting Fortran. While many find this story to be very unbelievable, given how ridiculous Grand Dad is to begin with, it's not much of a stretch to assume that it fits in with Grand Dad's very strange behavior.

    James Steven Patterson 
"Human civilization has always known conflict. But it wasn't until the 20th century that the scope magnified to such a bloody scale as to engulf the entire world. In the aftermath of the War To End All Wars, Adolf Hitler and his Nazi Party fanned the flames of a broken and dispirited nation, rebuilding the country from the ashes of the Versailles Treaty into a fascist juggernaut that seemed unstoppable. They pushed all the way to the Atlantic in their blitzkrieg, with England their next target. But Winston Churchill and his small island nation won the Battle of Britain, holding out through Hitler's terror-bombing for an entire year. They stoked the fires of freedom long enough to stay alive and save the world. After Pearl Harbor, the United States, with all its military and industrial muscle entered the war. First Africa, then Italy, then finally, Fortress Europe itself. You soldier, are a part of this great crusade. Are you ready to rise above and beyond the call of duty?"

Lt. James Steven Patterson, Patron Saint of Military and Warfare Video Games (Jimmy Patterson)
Patterson as an agent of the OSS
As a USAAF transport pilot
As part of the 2nd Ranger Battalion on Omaha Beach
Wanted poster of Patterson disguised as a German officer
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Medal of Honor, US Armed Forces ID card, and a Browning Automatic Rifle
  • Themes: Medal of Honor (Main Theme) and Operation Market Garden
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Being the protagonist of one of the most influential miliary-themed video games ever made, Earned Straight As in college, and is a rather skilled soldier, His pilot training and expertise in aeronautical engineering paying off twice in the field, allowing him to pilot a prototype German jet fighter and later disable the gyroscope of a V2 rocket, Going from pilot, to US Army Ranger, to OSS Agent, Absolutely feared by the Nazis by the late war, Able to seamlessly blend in as a German officer, An elite OSS operative, and main focus of his story, Goes from random USAAF transport pilot to one of Nazi Germany's biggest headaches late in the war, Ends up stealing the Ho.IX prototype jet fighter from the Nazis to escape Gotha, An unstoppable one-man Nazi killing machine, Being the main playable character of the first game and Frontline, Is most often deployed to areas deep behind enemy lines
  • Domains: Soldiers, Operatives, War, Media, Video Games
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Conflicting Opinion: The Oarai Girls' Academy Anglerfish Team, Maho Nishizumi
  • Medal of Honor (1999), developed by Dreamworks Interactive and published by Electronic Arts for the Playstation 1, was released on October 31st, 1999 to critical and commercial acclaim. One of Steven Spielberg's most notable creations, this game would spawn several sequels, as well as a Continuity Reboot set in more modern times. It would also popularize World War II shooters and Military and Warfare Video Games in general, setting the standard for and making major influences to other franchises in the same genre down the line. The game's protagonist, Lt. Jimmy Patterson, would also become an icon of both this franchise, as well as for Works Set in World War II in general. This is his story...
  • Born on November 11, 1919, Armistice Day, and the 1st anniversary of the end of the Great War, in Carthage, Missouri, James Steven Patterson was noted to be academically and athletically gifted in his youth, even joining a country club to hone his athletic skills. In college, he would study in the University of Michigan, where he excelled in all of his subjects except German language studies. After graduating, Patterson, to his family's shock, decided to enter West Point rather than Harvard, where he in turn graduated third in his class. He would then go through Officer Candidate School at the age of 22, finishing with high marksmanship scores and qualifications for demolitions, Morse code, the ability to repair the R-1830 engine, and basic conversational German. Upon finishing the course as a Lieutenant, Patterson would volunteer for the United States Army Air Corps.
  • Initially, the Lieutenant would serve as a humble transport pilot in the United States Army Air Forces. At one point, he would carry out a special mission. On November 5, 1942, just before the start of Operation Torch, Patterson, flying a Northrop Alpha transport plane, landed in an airfield in Morocco and rescued an OSS agent slash French Resistance leader named Manon Batiste. Two years later, on June 6th, 1944, his C-47 transport aircraft was shot down over Normandy, France. Crash landing his plane in French farmland, Patterson, grabbing a Browning Automatic Rifle despite being nearly unconscious, was able to save his fellow crew members from being killed or captured by German Forces, killing a half dozen of the latter in the process. Fortunately for Patterson and his men, they were eventually found by the members of the French Resistance, who promptly helped them escape France via a fishing trawler. Eventually, the trawler managed to come across the Allied invasion armada, with Patterson and his men being taken aboard the USS Thomas Jefferson, a transport ship carrying soldiers from the US 2nd Ranger Battalion.
    • Despite surviving this harrowing ordeal, and being nominated for the Congressional Medal of Honor for his actions, Patterson decided that he would help the Rangers accomplish their mission out of a sense of duty and a chance to finally see real combat. Landing at Omaha Beach, Patterson was able to save several Rangers who were Pinned Down by German machine gun and artillery fire, eventually rallying enough soldiers and a few combat engineers to break through the barbed wire via Bangalore Torpedoes. Being lucky enough to survive the hail of machine gun fire, Patterson made his way into the nearest German trench, and took out four MG42 nests using a captured example. This gave the Rangers enough leeway to reorganize themselves, with the Ranger Captain accompanying them ordering Patterson to clear out the bunkers overlooking the beach. Patterson would ultimately succeed in this task, clearing out an entire bunker of German infantrymen, disabling their communications, and taking out any remaining machine gun nests in the area.
  • Following D-Day, Patterson's actions during both the paratrooper landings and at Omaha Beach would immediately be noticed by Col. Stanley Hargrove of the OSS, who saw the Lieutenant as being a possible candidate for recruitment into the organization. Hargrove's idea was further reinforced when the Colonel found out out about his academic and athletic achievements in college, as well as his excellent marksmanship skills and specialization in various fields from his time in the Officer Candidate School. Hargrove himself then gave Patterson an important choice during a briefing, join the OSS and become one of their agents carrying out dangerous missions across Nazi-occupied Europe, or go back to his old unit and forget that he ever had that conversation with Hargrove. Obviously, Patterson Jumped at the Call.
    • He then immediately boarded a transport plane bound for Normandy to carry out his first ever mission for the OSS: to rescue a downed G3 officer whose plane was shot down by the Germans, and is being held captive by the Gestapo. Dropping into France once more, Patterson was briefed on the details of his mission by Manon Batiste, who now served as his Mission Control in the field. Ultimately, Patterson was unable to rescue the G3 Officer, who had died due to the injuries he had sustained in the crash. The Lieutenant, however, was able to recover pilot Lt. Joe Baylor's logbook, the Officer's attache Case, kill several Gestapo officers, destroy a German radio transmitter, and escape with Allied weapons that the French Resistance had hidden away.
  • Following this successful first mission, Patterson would continue to be deployed to various other parts of Europe, taking part in further actions in both France and Germany. These included the destruction of a Krupp K-5 Railway Cannon known as "Greta", and the sinking of the advanced U-boat prototypes U-4901 and U-4902. Amongst the many methods of infiltration that Patterson had mastered included posing as a German officer by wearing their uniforms and using stolen Identification papers, a method that fooled even German officers on occasion.
    • By far, however, Patterson's most important mission around this time would be during Operation Market-Garden. Patterson would be tasked with assisting the 82nd Airborne's pathfinders in destroying German tanks and artillery near their objectives, as well as helping the Dutch Resistance by rescuing one of their agents, who had managed to steal vital German intel, from Waffen-SS captivity. Patterson, disguised as both a German officer and then as a waiter, was able to successfully make it to the Dorne Manor and rescue Gerritt, the Dutch Resistance agent in question. As it turned out, Gerritt's intel had revealed plans for the deployment of a new German jet fighter prototype scheduled for mass production by the Gotha aircraft company. It also revealed that the project was personally funded and supervised by SS Hauptsturmfuhrer Baron Rudolf von Sturmgeist, an officer in the Waffen-SS that Patterson had previously encountered in France. However, thanks to Operation Market-Garden suffering from a series of setbacks, Patterson would be forced to head to Arnhem, the site of the British 1st Airborne Division's landing, on foot alone from the 82nd Airborne's area of operations at Nijmegen.
    • Due to Operation Market-Garden going From Bad to Worse for the Allies, Patterson was also ordered to help the 82nd and 1st Airborne along the way, helping the former clear out German patrols and demolition charges on and near the Nijmegen Bridge, seizing a German supply truck containing medical supplies for the British in the process. At Arnhem, Patterson would give the British paratroopers some much needed relief, first by successfully delivering them the aforementioned supplies, then clearing out German checkpoints and roadblocks in the suburbs of Arnhem. And finally, after meeting up with British Master Sergeant Kelso, Patterson would fight alongside the British Paras and help them take out a large attacking force of Waffen-SS Panzergrenadiers and their tank support besieging their positions, allowing Kelso and his men to retreat and live to fight another day. With his initial missions accomplished, Patterson was able to meet with a Dutch OSS contact, who promptly got him to the German city of Emmerich on the Dutch-German border. There, Sturgmeist was preparing to depart for Gotha on his personal armored train.
    • Upon arriving at Emmerich, Jimmy once again disguised himself as an SS officer complete with stolen ID papers, managing to slip into Emmerich Train Station as the city was about to bombed by the Royal Air Force. Despite a few setbacks, namely getting his cover blown in the station, and the RAF bombing of the city starting ahead of schedule, Patterson was able to fight his way onto the platform where Sturmgeist's train was, and successfully boarded the last car. What ensued afterward was an epic train battle, with Patterson killing all of Sturmgeist's bodyguards as well as an accompanying armored train on a nearby track. Unfortunately for Patterson, Sturmgeist himself managed to get away, by detaching his personal train car from the locomotive, with the SS officer jumping onto the latter and speeding away. Fortunately for Patterson, he wasn't actually too far from Gotha, having ended up in Friedrichroda, an industrial town four miles from Gotha. Fighting his way through the SS garrison deployed there, the OSS agent was able to commandeer a German railcar, and make his way directly to the Gotha facility at the end of the tracks.
    • Making it into the Gotha facility, Patterson immediately got to work. Managing to procure American weapons like the Browning Automatic Rifle and M9 Bazooka thanks to the Germans studying captured examples, Patterson began wreaking havoc, killing any German guards and scientists he encountered. In addition, the Lieutenant was also charged with photographing the Germans' advanced weapon plans, stealing the Ho.IX's schematics, and destroying a prototype engine. Fighting his way through a section of the facility located in an Abandoned Mine, Patterson made it to the Gotha Facility's airfield, where Sturmgeist and his men were guarding the Ho.IX Prototype, hoping to eventually move it to a new location and kill Patterson in the process. Deciding to end it here and now, the OSS agent called in Allied bombers on the facility's exact location, and destroyed the facility's radar towers to blind their Anti-Air guns. Making his way to the Ho.IX hangar, Patterson fought and killed every single SS soldier attempting to stop and kill him. Ultimately, with his last few men, Sturmgeist made a Last Villain Stand, personally confronting Patterson with a StG44 assault rifle. Despite proving to be a formidable opponent, Patterson ultimately prevailed, killing Sturmgeist. Being a pilot himself, Patterson took the Ho.IX prototype on the joyride of a liftime, escaping as the Gotha facility was being bombed by the USAAF. On his way back to England, he was escorted by two USAAF P-38 Lightning fighters.
  • Whilst his mission at Gotha was a resounding success, Operation Market-Garden had become a complete failure, with the Germans overwhelming the British at Arnhem and forcing the 1st Airborne to retreat. The war itself would continue on for the time being. Because of this, Patterson would be given further missions by Col. Hargrove, mainly to stop several other Nazi advanced weapons or Secret Weapons projects being developed around the same time as the Ho.IX, as well as stealing any of thier related technical data, schematics, blueprints, scientists' names, etc. in the process. whenever possible. These included: mustard gas production at Fort Schmerzen on the Siegfried Line, Atomic Bomb research and Heavy Water Production in Norway, and Vengeance Weapons Production at Nordhausen, Germany. The one exception to this rule would be his deployment to an Abandoned Mine in Austria, where he was given specific orders by Col. Hargrove to save the priceless stolen artwork that the Nazis had stored there, and were planning on destroying.
    • Unsurprisingly, by this point in the war, Patterson's name was enough to instill fear in the German ranks, to the point that several Wanted Posters of him (complete with a large bounty) were being placed in various occupied areas. Despite these precautions and his newfound infamy amongst the German ranks, Patterson was able to accomplish all of his missions at this late stage of the war. For one, his successful destruction of the German atomic research documents and heavy water shipments at the Rjukan plant prevented the German scientists at the Nordhausen Facility from producing a nuclear warhead for their V2 rockets, forcing them to instead create a powerful conventional explosive warhead instead. This not only potentially saved thousands of Allied civilian and military lives, but also allowed the Germans' own weapon to be used against them. This would be achieved when Patterson, using his technical engineering experience, sabotaged the V2 rocket's gyroscopic guidance system, and directed it to land right on top of the Nordhausen facility after it took off.
  • And so, Lt. Jimmy Patterson's tour of duty in Europe would end in a massive bang and resounding success, with the Germans' last wonderweapons production facility in shambles, their capital Berlin under siege by the Soviets, their Armies in the West all but depleted and surrendering by the hundreds of thousands, and Patterson escaping Germany with all of the valuable intel relating to both the V1 Flying Bomb and V2 Rocket. Aside from the Medal of Honor, which he by now had earned for his excellent service in Europe, Patterson also received the Army Commendation Medal, Soldier's Medal, Dutch WWII Commemorative Cross, Legion of Merit, Distinguished Flying Cross, Army Distinguished Service Medal, Bronze Star, Silver Star, Distinguished Service Cross, American Campaign Medal, Norwegian War Cross, and World War II Victory Medal.
    • In addition, it was also rumored that Patterson had been involved in a top secret mission at a castle in the Black Forest, where he encountered...rather weird enemy opposition. These included: German Shepherds who could wield small arms and drive military vehicles, Nazi Zombies who could wield small arms and drive motorbikes, Nazi Knights, and, most interestingly, Robot Soldiers known simply as Panzerknackers. Notably, it was also rumored that Patterson was able to reconstruct the Super Prototype original Panzerknacker unit, turn it against its mass produced Nazi brethren, use it to destroy a German tank, and take the intact prototype back to Allied lines for study. Due to there being no official written records of this incident, the Black Forest Incident remains as a rumor.
    • Following the end of the War in Europe, Jimmy would end up proposing to his OSS handler Manon Batiste, though whether she accepted this proposal or not is unclear. Though given that Jimmy was known to have had at least one child, and in turn have a grandson named Jim Patterson (who joined the 75th Ranger Regiment during The War on Terror), it's likely that she did. What is fully known was that Patterson would continue to serve as an agent of the CIA during the Cold War, following the dissolution of the OSS.
  • Lt. Jimmy Patterson's ascension into the Pantheon was, much like Lt. Mike Powell and Cpl. Boyd Travers before him, part of an arrangement that famed Hollywood director Steven Spielberg had made with US President Franklin D. Roosevelt to help stop the growing threat that the Nazis and their Axis allies posed in the Pantheon. Many of Spielberg's own creations, namely Arnold Ernst Toht, Dr. Rene Belloq, Baron Rudolf Ulbricht von Sturmgeist, the Waffen-SS, Waffen Storm Leaders and Nazi Storm Elites, were among many of the Nazi Forces and their allies that Schmidt had arranged for ascension in order to help him eventually conquer the Pantheon. Whilst the aforementioned American soldiers had ascended immediately following Johann Schmidt's overthrow of Downfall Hitler, Lt. James Steven Patterson, would ascend and arrive in the Pantheon a little later than them, specifically by the time the Forever War between the Allied and Axis Forces in the Pantheon had already escalated.
    • Lt. Jimmy Patterson arrived one day in the Dominion of London, England, after receiving a letter containing Sealed Orders to attend a top-secret briefing at the OSS headquarters, which he immediately went to without second thought. Rather than being briefed by Col. Stanley Hargrove, who was unfortunately not ascended in the Pantheon, the Lieutenant was greeted by one Nicholas J. Fury. The SHIELD Director notified Patterson on everything about the Pantheon that the Lieutenant needed to know: what it was, what kind of deities were housed there, who exactly his allies and enemies were, where the former and latter were located where in the Pantheon he'd be deployed to, and finally, the overall strategic situation in the Pantheon itself. Upon finishing the briefing, Fury wished Patterson the best of luck, and handed the Lieutenant his official Pantheon title of Patron Saint of Military and Warfare Video Games. Now officially a deity in the Pantheon himself, Patterson boarded a C-47 transport plane, bound for another Dominion currently occupied by the Nazis: the Principality of Eylstadt.
    • Eylstadt, an Alternate Timeline equivalent of Austria, had been ascended as part of high-ranking Nazis Johann Schmidt's and Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse's Evil Plan. The Nazis, having successfully cloned and ascended the Germanian Empire's White Witch Sophie with the help of former Germanian Empire officer Lt. Col. Arnold Berkman, had agreed to ascend the country in the Pantheon so that she could exact revenge on the country for wronging her past incarnations. This, of course, would be in exchange for her helping them conquer the Pantheon, serve as HYDRA's new "Champion", and help them unlock the secrets of Hexenium, or crystallized magical energy, for use in their wonderweapons designs. Unsurprisingly, Allied command, particularly President President Roosevelt, saw this new development of theirs as a major threat, regardless if they were Allied or neutral.
    • While several of the Allies' best soldiers, including Captain Steve Rogers, were already making arrangements to ascend Sophie's Arch-Enemy and equal Izetta to even the Allied Forces' odds, the newly-ascended Patterson would divert the Nazis' attention away from Sophie, in an effort to distract then or at least buy time. For his first mission, he would blow up an important railway bridge being used by the Germans to send supplies and reinforcements into Eylstadt. Disguising himself as a German Army officer and using a High Standard HDM pistol, he stealthily killed and fooled any German soldier caught in his way, and successfully planted several Satchel Charges on the bridge, with the charges set on a timer detonator. Patterson then received an update via radio from Fury, who notified the OSS agent that a few of his fellow Allied soldiers were heading his way. These were Capt. Rogers, Lt. Powell, and Sgt. James Buchanan Barnes, who were engaging Patterson's old enemy Rudolf Ulbricht von Sturmgeist as well as several Waffen-SS soldiers, Waffen Storm Leaders, and Nazi Storm Elites onboard Schmidt's personal train, the Schneullzug EB912. The three men had raided and boarded the train to rescue a newly-ascended Izetta, who was captured by Nazi troops led by Berkman and Sophie, and was being transported back to War-Torn Berlin. Unfortunately for this would-be rescue team, the Germans were expecting this sort of outcome, and had prepared an ambush just in case.
    • Wasting no time, Patterson got back to the charges on the bridge, and adjusted the timers of each of the ones he planted, setting them up to go off sooner. The resulting explosion destroys the bridge, with the German train heading towards a now-bridgeless section with a river waiting below it. Sturmgeist, immediately seeing and realizing the danger, separates the front of the train from the main section, telling his surviving men to jump on his side of the train and brace themselves for when the locomotive falls into the river. Patterson witnesses the carnage, with the train locomotive and the front cars crashing into the river, with the Lieutenant managing to catch a glimpse of his old enemy jumping into the river and swimming away, alongside a number of surviving SS troops. Sturmgeist himself had noticed Patterson as he was jumping into the river. Partly satisfied that he could get revenge on his old enemy and partly angered that his old enemy got the upper hand on him and his men once more, Sturmgeist swore revenge as he and his men fled the trainwreck. As for Rogers, Powell, Barnes, and the newly-released Izetta, they had managed to survive unscathed, with Patterson's actions saving their lives from certain doom.
    • The Lieutenant would then accompany the three men and their newly-rescued captive, who couldn't even walk thanks to still bearing the injuries she sustained from before her ascension, back to Allied lines. Taking Izetta back to London, she was immediately placed under the care of Dr. Stephen Strange and Dr. Abraham Erskine, who helped bring back her magic powers and administered his Super Serum on her, respectively. With the Allies also having Izetta's half of the Magic Stone, the White Witch of Eylstadt was not only able to regain her strength and once-lost powers, but also had the same physical and intellectual enhancements as Captain America. Thankful for the Allies' help, she returns the favor by helping the Allied Forces fight the Nazis, in exchange for the Americans and British providing military and humanitarian aid to her country. Patterson himself would continue to operate in Eylstadt for a while, performing acts of sabotage on German Forces in the country, training Eylstadt soldiers and the Royal Guard in the use of American small arms as well as how to perform guerilla operations, and how to fly more advanced aircraft like the P-51 Mustang.
  • With his first mission a resounding success, Patterson would be given more dangerous missions and assignments by both President Roosevelt and Nick Fury. These would mainly be directed at the Nazis' Secret Weapon and superscience projects, with HYDRA, the Nazi Science Division, receiving special attention. Working both alone and alongside other elite Allied soldiers like the aforementioned Lt. Mike Powell and Capt. William J. Blazkowicz, Patterson would end up going after the organization's various bases set up throughout the Pantheon. This is thanks in no small part due to Dr. Arnim Zola's and Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse's extensive research on the aforementioned Hexenium, as well as their further refinement of the chemical weapon Nova 6. When harnessed correctly, the crystallized magical energy could be used to not only enhance the destructive capabilities of existing missile designs like the V1 Flying Bomb and V2 Rocket, but could also be used to create entirely new, city-busting warheads and rockets that could be powered by it. As for the chemical weapon, it could painfully kill any regular human or animal within seconds of exposure or inhalation, making it deadly when mounted into a ballistic or cruise missile warhead. Whilst, Powell, Blazkowicz, supported by members of the 2nd Ranger Battalion as well support from sniper Lt. Karl Fairburne, were able to destroy several such bases containing both WMDs already, with Patterson's help, they were able to crack some of the more heavily defended and larger bases of operation. This included an ultimately successful raid on the reconstructed Fort Schmerzen, with Patterson releasing Nova 6 into the Fort's ventilation system and killing any unlucky German soldiers, scientists, and officers not wearing protective gear, and Powell managing to blow up the Fort's main section with Satchel Charges. Whilst the Fort could be reconstructed within a few weeks to months, this action would severely delay the production and deployment of both weapons in sufficient quantity, therefore saving Allied-occupied locations such as London, Eylstadt, and Eindhoven for the time being.
    • Another assignment that Patterson would take part in would be in support of the Battlehawks against the latter's Arch-Enemy, the Nemesis Squadron. The Eagle Squadron turned Allied joint task force had been ascended to counter their Evil Counterpart's efforts to develop, produce, and eventually deploy their various secret weapons projects, of which included various advanced aircraft designs, missiles, and even a nuclear warhead. Thanks to his piloting experience and technical engineering skills, Patterson was chosen to help the squadron sabotage a number of V1 Flying Bomb and V2 Rocket launch sites located not too far from Omaha Beach, as well as to steal a number of important documents and a Me 262 jet fighter from one of their airfields. These sites were being used mainly to target London as well as the aforementioned landing beach, with the airfields being used to intercept Allied bomber formations and launch ground attack aircraft against Allied tanks and ships. Sure enough, Patterson once again proves himself in the field, with him successfully destroying six V1 Flying Bomb launch sites, sabotaging the gyroscopes of two V2 rockets ready for launch, calling in the Battlehawks on the exact coordinates of the V-Weapons bases, photographing Nemesis' latest battle plans and research (which included working closely with Luftwaffe General Heinz Bohm and his own "Razor" missile project), and finally, escaping with the latest version of an intact and perfectly combat capable Me 262 jet fighter.
  • Unsurprisingly, thanks to Sturmgeist recognizing the Lieutenant and the threat he poses, on top of Patterson being responsible for the destruction of months worth of German war production, the successful rescue of Eylstadt's hero, and the theft of one of their newest jet fighters, Jimmy Patterson soon becomes one of the Nazis' most wanted men, specifically the third most wanted, just below Steve Rogers and William J. Blazkowicz. Despite this newly-gained fame/infamy amongst both the Allies and Axis, Patterson's ability to dress as German officers and stay undercover long enough to accomplish his missions, has remained intact.
    • In fact Patterson, alongside Lt. Mike Powell, were able to disguise themselves as Waffen Storm Leaders (complete with stolen ID papers) while infiltrating War-Torn Berlin for a deep cover stealth mission. Having heard from captured German documents about the ascension and subsequent abduction of Eylstadt's leader Archduchess Ortfine Fredericka von Eylstadt, the two American soldiers volunteer to parachute into the city to rescue her, since they're the only Allied soldiers capable of effectively fooling German sentries. The mission itself was requested by Izetta, who considered the Princess one of her closest friends. Making their way into the Gestapo headquarters without issue, both men killed Fine's interrogators, stole a couple of StG44 assault rifles from the building's armory, and exited the building. Unfortunately for them, the whole thing was a trap set up by Lt. Col. Arnold Berkman and Izetta's Arch-Enemy Sophie. The former Germanian Imperial Officer took von Sturmgeist's warnings about Patterson seriously, and thus decided to confront this new threat once and for all. Whilst a seemingly hopeless situation, with both American soldiers' cover blown and surrounded by dozens of Valkyrie Jager, Schutzvollstrecker, Waffen Storm Leaders, and Nazi Storm Elites, Powell decides to activate a number of radio-detonated Time Bombs he planted around the Gestapo HQ. The resulting explosions give the two American officers and the Eylstadt leader the opening they need, with Patterson and Powell gunning down several German soldiers, and covering Ortfine's escape.
    • Realizing the threat that Sophie poses after witnessing her magical powers, Patterson volunteers to stay behind and cover Powell's and the Archduchess' escape. While much weaker than her, being an ordinary unenhanced human and all while his opponent was a witch who had been enhanced with a Super-Soldier serum, the Lieutenant made up for this deficiency thanks to his intelligence, skills, and determination. Luring the White Witch away from her allies, Patterson was able to ensnare her into his own trap of sorts, in this case a Panzerschreck to her face. Whilst surviving the blast from the Anti-Vehicle launcher thanks to her serum, the blast itself injured her enough to force her to withdraw from the battle, and by extension earn both her wrath and respect to Worthy Opponent status on par with Izetta.
    • Ultimately, Patterson, Powell, and Fine were able to escape Berlin unscathed, having linked up with fellow OSS agent Sgt. Jack Barnes, who had been waiting for them at an airfield just outside the war-torn city to the west. They end up returning by captured German transport plane to the Dominion of Eylstadt, with the Archduchess safe and sound. Ortfine, thankful for the great service the Allies did for her and her country, awards Patterson her country's highest military honor, for rescuing her and Izetta from Nazi captivity, as well as for his contributions to aiding the Eylstadt Armed Forces. This becomes yet another medal added to the OSS agent's massive collection.
  • Aside from taking part in special missions while Trapped Behind Enemy Lines, Lt. Jimmy Patterson, thanks to his combat experiences in Normandy and the Netherlands, also regularly takes part in frontline combat and around the Dominions located in the aforementioned locations, namely Omaha Beach, Eindhoven, and Hell's Highway. During engagements like these, the Lieutenant can be often be seen wielding the Browning Automatic Rifle and the M9 Bazooka, usually fighting alongside members of both the 2nd Ranger Battalion and 101st Airborne Division, units that Patterson had worked closely with During the War. Unsurprisingly, many of the German infantrymen he encounters in these locations instantly recognize him upon getting a good look at him, down to screaming out his name loudly during firefights. As for the aforementioned American units, groups such as Charlie Company, 2nd Ranger Battalion, the crew of Fury, and Easy Company, 506th PIR, 101st Airborne Division are rather surprised that a lone, unenhanced soldier like the Lieutenant can go into battle alone, engage entire battalions of German infantrymen, their tanks, and artillery support, and emerge unscathed. That said, they very much appreciate working with the OSS agent, due to him repeatedly saving their lives in numerous firefights and engagements, calling out targets for them, and even making sure to accompany them to their objectives whenever possible.
  • Whilst technically on good terms with the deities from the Girls und Panzer universe, Patterson has, quite a few times, ended up mistakenly targeting the tanks of both the Anglerfish Team and Maho Nishizumi with grenades and Anti-Vehicle rocket launchers. Only the timely interventions of both Lt. Mike Powell and Sgt. "Wardaddy" Collier, both of whom are well-acquainted with the aforementioned deities, have prevented the incidents from getting bloody, and the girls ending up in much as the same way as the German tank crews of the 100th Panzer Battalion. That said, Yukari Akiyama, upon learning of Patterson's encounters and exploits against German tanks both before and following his ascension, was rather enthusiastic to learn from the Lieutenant himself about these engagements. Of particular note was her getting impressed at Patterson's ability to take out even the heaviest of German tanks with simple hand grenades, something considered rather difficult for even the likes of fellow soldiers Lt. Powell and Staff Sergeant Matthew Baker.

"For conspicuous gallantry above and beyond the call of duty, in action involving conflict with an opposing armed force, you soldier have been awarded the Medal of Honor. Congratulations!"

    Joel (Vinesauce
Joel Johansson, God of Bootleg Games (Vargskelethor, Exinthevatican, Uncle Jobel, Yoh-well, JoJoel, Papa Jo, the Telephone King, "Andrew", The Swedish Jojo, Mike Hunt)

    The Master of Chaldea 
The Master of Chaldea, Deity of Mobile Phone Games (Master, Ritsuka Fujimaru, Gudao, Gudako, Rokka Fujimaru)
  • Lesser Deity
  • Symbol: Their CommandSeal. Alternatively, the logo of the Chaldea Security Organization
  • Theme Songs: Shikisai and Gyakkou, both by Maaya Sakamoto
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, though often Lawful Neutral in other circumstances
  • Portfolio: Compassionate and Compelling Hero, Bringing Out the Best Side of Every Servant, Standing in for the Players Who They Can Name, Can Command Multiple Servants, but Average in Magecraft, Secretly Perverted, Winning the Servants' hearts Regardless of Gender, Tactical from Afar Due to Being Unable to Fight Normally, Generic Backstory of Finding a Flyer That Got Their Interest, The Only Master Available in Chaldea
  • Domains: Time, Gaming, Humanity, Magic
  • Heralds: The rest of Chaldea
  • High Priestesses: The Valkyries of Schicksalt
  • Followers: Professor Willow, Spark, Blanche, Candela, the cast of Mystic Messenger, Lucio and Ameli, Gran and Djeeta, The Summoner/Kiran, The Prince/Euden
  • Allies: Mash Kyrielight/Shielder and All Servants of Chaldea but most importantly Leonardo da Vinci and Solomon, Tiamat (FGO), Eiki Shiki, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Commander Shepard, Takeru Tenkuuji/Kamen Rider Ghost, Griffin, Optimus Prime and by extension the rest of the Autobots, Ryusei Date, Sei Iori and Reiji, Team TRY Fighters, Wander, Sylvia, Rushuna Tendou, Ash Ketchum, Red, Spike (Ape Escape), Nyarko, Mata Nui, The Toa, GUAG Magical Girl Sisterhood, Sora, Eiji Hino/Kamen Rider OOO, Makoto Naegi, Dr. Frasier Crane, Amuro Ray
  • Enemies: Goetia, Nyarlathotep, Shinji Matou, Gudako, Evolto/Kamen Rider Evol, Yuuki Terumi, Merged Zamasu, Megatron and by extension the rest of the Decepticons/Predacons, Unicron, Lord Dominator, Makuta Teridax, Junko Enoshima, The Illusive Man, Satan, Argalia
  • Opposes: Z-ONE
  • Respected by: The Dahaka
  • Pities: Homura Akemi
  • Other Relations with: Yog-Sothoth
  • Back then, the mobile game industry is rather dormant. A lot of mobile gaming companies are struggling to make more than what they are making; some make actual story-driven games while others make simple games designed to pass the time. Later on, Kinoko Nasu and Takashi Takeuchi (better known as the founders of Type-Moon) approached a little development team named DelightWorks Inc. to create a game made out of an unfinished MMORPG project (that forms the basis of Fate/Apocrypha); the latter party agrees and the world is finally introduced to Fate/Grand Order. Since then, Fate/GO has gained numerous amounts of popularity due to carrying on the already-popular Fate Series name, catapulting the mobage genre into the mainstream.
    • To represent the game and the rest of the mobile game industry as a whole, the Master of Chaldea was chosen for the position after Eiki Shiki and Captain America were impressed by his triumphant victory over the primal Beast I, Goetia. The Master then asks if this place is the Throne of Heroes, which the Captain responded, "Not really, you're in a place like the Throne." He and Eiki explains the Trope Pantheons further and soon afterwards the Master became enthusiastic to take their new position, hoping to save more worlds like theirs.
  • To make things easier for everyone, they would prefer to be called "Ritsuka Fujimaru" according to most of their depictions and they will almost always be in their male appearance and identify as such (though they can be a female at times too).
  • When word got around about Ritsuka's ascension, ALL Servants of Chaldea came over to his temple to see their master again with a party thrown by Pinkie Pie (of course). Ritsuka is glad to see them all again, even the villainous Heroic Spirits, who most refuses to admit to be glad to see him again while others are openly happy. Since then, Ritsuka has the final say on their actions once more, becoming their eternal Morality Pet.
    • Out of all of them, he's very glad to see Leonardo da Vinci again since sacrificing herself to save the Chaldean staff from the destruction of their headquarters, who is glad that her young duplicate is able to carry them in the fight against the Crypters; Ritsuka is also excited to see da Vinci in his proper gender for once, though as usual, he considers it nothing special. Solomon however keeps his distance from Ritsuka because he sacrificed himself to defeat Goetia once and for all and he died not as Solomon, but as their dear friend Dr. Romani Archaman and he wants Ritsuka to move on without him; that didn't stop Ritsuka from at least giving Solomon a hug before the latter leaves.
      Ritsuka: *crying* I miss you so much, doctor...
      Solomon: *teary-eyed* Yeah... me too...
    • Goetia is furious upon hearing that the Master of Chaldea has ascended, having failed to taking him down with him in a last-ditch effort to win. Ritsuka, despite losing Mash temporarily after she sacrificed herself to take Goetia's deadly hit still wants to reach out to Goetia and have him understand humanity for once but due to the sin he's embodying, Goetia assumes the Master is patronizing him and adamantly refused. Ritsuka is still determined to continue, but he knows that the next time they meet, it won't be civil.
    • As for Tiamat however, Ritsuka thinks this time she's reasonable enough to listen to him despite others' evidence to the contrary. Tiamat herself was initially salty towards Ritsuka for beating her and sending her to the underworld but she ultimately warmed up to him and usually uses her lesser 'Alter Ego' self to properly converse with him.
  • Philemon is glad that there's another champion of humanity, even better that they're correcting history to preserve what makes them both flawed AND special; he thanks Ritsuka for his efforts and in return, Ritsuka vows to Philemon to keep going on his mission. Meanwhile, the Nyarlathoteps are not happy to see Ritsuka in, since for the SMT one he finds the Master the complete opposite of what he stands for while the mythos one already faced him while possessing and partnering with BB in a disastrous summer event. Ritsuka recognizes their level of danger, but since he has beaten Goetia they might become even matches for him and his Servants.
    • He was surprised to find Nyarko, an incarnation of Nyarlathotep who happens to be good. Nyarko found out he liked a lot of mecha, and introduced him to the world of Tokusatsu. They have been friends since and now they discuss their new favourite shows. Doesn't help that Nyarko's voice sounds similar to one of his Servants, Chacha.
  • Due to his job of correcting history to its absolute right path, the Master of Chaldea has made allies in the good-aligned deities of the sub-houses of Time Manipulation and Time Placement who congratulated him for his irreplaceable work. Noteworthy interactions include with Ryotaro Nogami who also corrects history and partnered with otherworldly beings like Ritsuka and Clockwork being happy that there are more people taking active roles in fixing time and Ritsuka is one of them. Mr. Peabody and Sherman got along with Ritsuka since all three jump through time and meet with historical figures and Ritsuka help them grasp the concepts of Heroic Spirits and the Grail System; Griffin is glad better timelines are happening thanks to Ritsuka's intervention, who is amazed at his sight that allows him to see other timelines. The Dahaka actually commends Ritsuka for his actions of fixing time, but then negates them by proclaiming he himself should be correcting time instead which rubs Ritsuka the wrong way.
    • This also made enemies with the evil-aligned deities of said sub-houses, with noteworthy interactions such as hating Randall Ross and Dark Danny for being evil future selves, Lord English, Eobard Thawne and Boris for messing up time for selfish reasons and Nerif, Lord Chaos and Garland for making paradoxes. Kessler is another threat who wants Cole McGrath to be worthy of fighting the Beast by beating some sense into him just by going back in time disastrously to do it. Ritsuka opposes Z-ONE, but he does understand why since he just wanted to save his future; Z-ONE himself said that he cannot take back his actions and he must carry them forever, saddening the Master of Chaldea. The arch-enemy of the Doctor is intrigued by Ritsuka and his capabilities but he declares that he himself should be the one to be called "the Master", which Ritsuka feels is a petty reason to be enemies with.
    • Ritsuka also became wary of the Vex and the Sleeper, with the former being all too willing to exploit time manipulation for their own ends of remaking everything to fit the Pattern and there have countless times where they wanted to manifest the future of them prevailing on reality. The latter meanwhile, has incredibly dire affects on space-time along with its infectious crystalline corruption and not helping that it is fated to break its comet prison one day.
    • He then heard about the tragedy of Homura Akemi from his Servants, which he feels bad for her since she started out very lonely and became attached to Madoka for being nice to her one time; she then goes to great lengths to save Madoka in countless time loops, becoming hardened in the process and eventually culminating in sealing Madoka's powers and giving her and her other allies a new life. Compassionate being he is regardless of what everybody else says about her and reminded of Meltlilith saving him via time loop, Ritsuka tries to reach out to Homura to help her move on from the guilt of her actions but Homura is too consumed by it, calling herself a monster after all she has done. Until now, Ritsuka still hasn't given up on her regardless of her being a Servant or not.
  • Since the Master of Chaldea can turn any Servant contracted to them into (mostly) good guys, he got in touch with Wander, his steed Sylvia and Rushuna Tendou who are amazed at his ability to bring out the best in them; Ritsuka's impressed that Rushuna squished her defeated enemies with her boobs just to cool them down. Lord Dominator meanwhile has found another optimistic headache to deal with, having tolerated Wander and his attempts to befriend her for so long.
    • It's also no surprise that he hates Junko Enoshima and Monokuma for trying to drag everyone into despair, because humanity can't move on without hope which makes him allies with Makoto Naegi. Naegi is amazed at Ritsuka's feats, even more so that he did them without much powers and he's what humanity needs to push through.
    • Another Magnetic Hero Ritsuka has befriended is Commander Shepard, who also befriended various adversaries and turned them into their side afterwards. Shepard warns the Master about the threats of the Illusive Man, who wants believes Humanity Is Superior and is taking extreme measures to ensure that and Harbinger who is the First Reaper and creator/leader of the Reapers, Shepard's primary enemies which the Master agrees to look out for. The Illusive Man respects Ritsuka for his work for humanity and wants him to join his side, but the latter is too disgusted by him creating Cerberus just to do that while Harbinger recognizes Ritsuka as a potential threat on par with Shepard and is taking precautionary steps to get around his tactics.
  • Since he also befriended Heroic Spirits and they too lent their powers to him, Takeru Tenkuuji has found so much common ground with Ritsuka. They ended up bonding over history and their respective trials, with Ritsuka and da Vinci noting that Takeru would make a great Master should he join Chaldea, though Takeru admitted he would love to but he wants to live normally instead, a decision which the two respected. This friendship also extends to his fellow Riders, Makoto and Alain.
    • Another Kamen Rider he befriended is Eiji Hino, who also wanted to help people while refusing to stand by. Eiji is proud of Ritsuka, who also encouraged Eiji that he's definitely not alone in this; Eiji also gave the Master his philosophy of "keep on going as long as you have spare change and tomorrow's underwear", which the latter finds weird and unnecessary considering Chaldea's resources but nonetheless still keeps to his heart.
  • Time and time again, Ritsuka actually liked mecha of every kind and he became enthusiastic when Optimus Prime approached him. Optimus commends the Master for his heroics as well as giving Servants the freedom they wanted note  and likewise, he admires Optimus and his desire to protect everyone regardless of species. Megatron however finds him a challenge for a mere smallfry human since he commands powerful phantasmal beings that can be on par with Cybertonians so for now, he's treading carefully.
  • Mata Nui and the Toa also saw Ritsuka's worth in saving humanity and the Great Spirit remarked that he would have been a great Toa. Likewise, Ritsuka is surprised that the Toa are really similar to Heroic Spirits but they do have some enough differences to set themselves apart. Teridax feels threatened by Ritsuka and his repertoire of defeating larger and more powerful beings than him and is re-organizing his plans to circumvent his capabilities.
    • On the subject of robots, Ryusei Date approached Ritsuka, asking him about his fascination with giant robots and his answer is yes, he does love mecha. They hanged out since, and later joined by Sei Iori, Reiji and Team TRY Fighters who then introduce him into the world of Gundam. Ritsuka has no regrets joining them.
    • Through them, he got acquainted with Amuro Ray who swore he once saved him that one time. Ritsuka barely remembers that moment, but nonetheless gets excited at the prospect of fighting alongside the one and only Gundam.
  • He seems to have a fascination with magical girls as well and was pleased when he heard about the Magical Girl Sisterhood. Sure enough, through Prisma Illya they actually find him pleasant to talk to and hang out with; although some members are skeptical that he can change Homura for the better yet they can't help but admire his tenacity to one day, achieve that.
    • He also now hates Kyubey and the Incubators for forcing little girls to be Magical Girls, citing that everybody has a choice to gain heroic powers or turn them down. Due to the number of Servants he's commanding, Kyubey treads carefully around the Master.
  • A lot of deities like to compare his home game to Pokémon due to the Gotta Catch 'Em All nature both games had. This actually landed him in a meeting with Pokemon Trainers Ash and Red; they bonded over sharing the same compassion for their respective beings they collect (Pokemon for the Trainers, Servants for the Master) and treating them like friends instead of weapons. Ritsuka doesn't consider gathering as many Servants as possible that much of a requirement, but Spike still gets along with him anyways.
  • Even a Nice Guy like the Master of Chaldea has limits. Shinji Matou and the things he have done are enough for Ritsuka to stay away from him while Shinji himself is irked that Ritsuka not only is average in magecraft but can win over way more Servants than he can, including Rider. He ended up grumbling from this revelation.
    • Yuki Terumi and Evolto are doing their damn hardest to make Ritsuka's job very hard by being even more monstrous than usual, causing Ritsuka to consider not holding back on them. Zamasu is enraged that a mere NINGEN is a champion of humanity and capable of saving his world and likewise, Ritsuka feels Zamasu is not worth talking out with. Same goes with Unicron, who will stop at nothing to devour Earth, though luckily Optimus and the Autobots are here to help the Master stop him.
  • Sora befriended the Master of Chaldea and was amazed at his feats, remarking that he might be worthy enough to wield a Keyblade. He also warns him of Xehanort's threat, who has messed with time enough to give him an edge in the present which Ritsuka accepts as nobody should ever used time to suit their own needs. Xehanort himself is factoring Ritsuka into his own plans, but mostly to get rid of him since he has done enough Evil Plan-ruining to call him a threat.
  • A lot of his allies are worried about his mental health after all he has gone through, especially since he has observed to disassociate himself during conflicts, berating himself for not being more combat capable and wanting to be forgotten by history in spite of his achievements. Despite insisting he's fine, Ritsuka got recommended to Dr. Frasier Crane anyway, who knows that saving the world can't be done if you don't save your mind first. It's either him or Dr. Bumby and NO ONE wants to go near that guy.
  • Arcueid Brunestud finds him very interesting to watch from afar; she finds it a shame that one time will never happen for real...
  • Due to the gambling-based nature of most mobile games, Satan has voiced his disapproval for the Master of Chaldea. He does so by educating others on the true nature of temptation. Specifically, a stern but patient lecture of how addiction affects the individual.
  • He has a rather strange relationship with Yog-Sothoth, better known to him as Sut-Typhon, or the first Outer God he ever encountered. On the one hand, Ritsuka doesn't regret having opposed the Outer God's attempt to "save" the world using a human host. However, as said human host (Abigail Williams) is both one of Yog's heralds and an earnest ally of Ritsuka, the two have an uneasy consensus to work together as needed for her happiness.
  • There is a version of the female Ritsuka, better known as either Riyo Gudako or 'The Master With No Name', who's... simply put... insane, utterly addicted with gacha and abuses the hell out of her Servants. For the safety of everyone else, Ritsuka agreed to put that one variation of his female self not in the Pantheon but somewhere else (last time, it almost changed the face of Chaldea for... reasons). That and the parody of his own gender, Riyo Gudao, who's obsessed with cute boys. He had to apologize to Astolfo for the latter's obsession on the knight and that they're different.
  • "I will not surrender to despair. I cannot just sit by and do nothing."

    Nova Terra 
November Annabelle "Nova" Terra, Goddess of Unreleased Stars (Dominion Ghost, #1 Player Killer Hero, Nova Terra, Nova)
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Looks like nothing... but there was a blurry sniper rifle... (Cloaked Ghost Sniper Rifle)
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral (Though has shades of Neutral Good as of late)
  • Portfolio: The Star of a Never-Released-Publicly Media, Backstories All There in the Manual, Snipers in Various Flavors, Eye-Candy, Ghost Cloaking, Triple Tap, Punch Clock 'Enemies', Psychic Powers, Those With Traumatic Pasts
  • Domains: Games, War, Sniping, Stealth
  • Followers: Arik, Keena, Kaze, Tor, Xiao Ming, Malyssa, Sinjin, Tiara Boobowski, Drew
  • Allies: Asagi Asagiri, Zeratul, Caitlyn, Yoko Littner, Lockon Stratos, Symmetra, Tyrael
  • Uneasy Tension: Jim Raynor
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Tracer
  • Rivals: Sarah Kerrigan
  • Enemies: Arthas, Diablo
  • Once upon a time, there was an announcement that the realm of Blizzard would celebrate the arrival of a next-gen Ghost like Kerrigan, named Nova. However, her tale was never released in public. In spite of that, Nova already revealed herself, gaining herself something of a cult. This results her making small appearances during Raynor and Kerrigan's struggles against Arcturus Mengsk (which her role was miniscule and even one of them which focused on her thrown to the hells of discontinuity), and eventually participating in battles against various Blizzard deities (and even dropping a nuke on Diablo) and gaining even more followers. The Pantheon decreed that Nova clearly is the shining example of how being unreleased is not the end of things and arranged her ascension.
    • Blizzard themselves has declared that one day, whenever, Nova's true tales would be released, but no one knows for sure. Until then, she'll have to content with the rank of Demigoddess, even if she actually has the power to content with those of higher ranks. They actually did, even in form of DLC missions, so technically, Nova won't get her own game, but her tales will be told, causing her to keep her position and having a rank up to Lesser Goddess.
  • She was apparently first seen visiting the Purgatory to meet fellow unreleased star, Asagi Asagiri, and offering her a place as high priest, and if the latter would ascend, an ally. Nova knew too well what it's like to never have her official debut released...
  • Because her last appearance was being a loyal subordinate of Arcturus Mengsk (that arrested Raynor), Nova was looked funnily by several good aligned Gods, citing that she served Mengsk, thus deserved no mercy. Eventually it was revealed that Nova got assigned to a better man, whom she'd rather not disclose, and the funny looks subsided.
    • However, Mengsk at one point rose to the Pantheon, but because someone got to her first, Nova could actually resist being ordered to come back to him (not to mention, having visions that when Mengsk died, she's serving a much moral and better son of Mengsk, Valerian), in which Mengsk attempted to mind-wipe her again, but Nova was saved by her new boss, revealed as Tyrael.
  • Better watch where you click her, she's not just some piece of ass-assin...
  • Nova continues to be one of the more elusive Goddesses amongst the Pantheon as she's invisible nearly 24/7. And if she presents herself, chances are, someone's gonna drop dead...
  • It looks like everyone's not going to forget that she shot Raynor in the head once. Nova commented that she headshotted a lot of people, why would that bullet on Raynor be any special? It's not like she's that outlaw that wrote the name of the person he's shooting on his bullet...
  • In one mission, she accidentally presented herself to Hikaru Shidou, who thought her actual Enemy Without, with the same name, made her way to the Pantheon. Still, seeing Hikaru's boundless energy, the next thing Nova did after cloaking herself was to secretly shed a tear, stating that the girl is lucky to have such good life, compared to her traumatic past.
  • No, she's not Kerrigan. And if she had her own game, everyone would know!
  • Apparently, there is a tomb marked for her within Azeroth. Only that it didn't contain the actual Nova, but one of her Blood Elf followers that idolized her so much she styled herself after Nova. The tomb seemed empty, but that's because said elf was invisible like Nova, even in 'death'.
  • Given their similar fates to her, Nova chooses the human avatars of the New Urth Draconians as her followers. However, she feels that there's one missing avatar... and then she realized that one of them, Shank Trask, is the real self of Chaos (not that ones who share the same name).
  • Lately, she ended up breaking official ties from the Dominion even under Valerian Mengsk after protecting his image by killing General Davis. She ended up being the rogue agent to strike at the enemies of Dominion that required some dirty —
    This flavor text has been indefinitely postponed.
  • After that event, she decided to pay a visit to the house of Satya Vaswani/Symmetra. On the outside, Nova's reasoning is "Strictly business". The real reason? She empathizes with Symmetra in the manner of having to serve a company gone 'bad' like Vishkar, being ridiculed for it and having her good traits forgotten by the mass, exactly the same position Nova was in during her tenure under Arcturus Mengsk. That and Symmetra apparently has a personal mission for her.

Vectorman, God of Digitized Sprites
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His head
  • Theme Music: Intro A (Vectorman's Jam)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Run-and-Gun, Hand Blast, Floating Limbs, Shapeshifter Weapon, Double Jump with Weaponized Exhaust
  • Domains: Robots, Transformation
  • Allies: Sonic the Hedgehog, Mega Man, Optimus Prime, Jenny Wakeman, WALL-E & EVE
  • Enemies: Dr. Eggman, Dr. Wily, Sigma, Dr. Weil, SKYNET, Ultron, Lumine, Null Sector, Dr. Nefarious, Queen Sectonia, Terraformars
  • Earth has been overrun with trash in the future. While its denizens head off to see if there's other planets worth colonizing, mechanical beings dubbed "orbots" are left to clean up the mess left behind on Earth. A high-level orbot known as Raster is accidentally attached to a nuclear warhead, goes mad with power, enslaves the other orbots, and becomes self-proclaimed conqueror of Earth. Vectorman, an orbot learns whats happening and it's up to him to stop this mess caused by Raster, now known as Warhead. Once that was taken care of, Vectorman found himself in conflict against an army of mutant insects and fought against their queen. Both of his adventures were presented with what appeared to be 3D models translated as sprites. Vectorman himself is also capable of transforming into whatever is deemed necessary for the task at hand.
  • In another attempt at taking over the Pantheon, many of the villainous members of the GUAM unleashed a bunch of robot mooks on unsuspecting people. Those who could fight back did so, though it was clear that there was a lot of them to deal with and that getting rid of that particular attack won't be easy. Luckily for the GUAG, some unexpected help arrived and that help came in the form of a shapeshifting robot who took care of some of the robot mooks. With that set, the GUAG was able to thwart the attack set by evil robots, though it was clear it won't be the last attack of that kind. Vectorman, that shapeshifting robot, subsequently agreed to have a part in stopping any evil robots that threaten the Pantheon.
    • During that conversation, he did hear that the GUAM did have some benevolent members in the group, but it was clear that evil robots were the main priority when it comes to robots. Vectorman did hope that those benevolent robots don't end up becoming influenced by evil though.
  • Sonic the Hedgehog heard about Vectorman's exploits and took an interest in him, seeing as how the robot was able to remain himself in spite of events that could have led him to being controlled by evil. Given that Sonic has had plenty of experience in stopping an evil scientist that uses robots for world conquest numerous times, Vectorman was perfectly willing to team up with Sonic whenever the Blue Blur needs it. Vectorman also being a SEGA deity certainly helped their friendship, even if he hasn't showed up in events held by Sonic.
  • Vectorman learned about how WALL-E had a similar role in cleaning up Earth's trash in the future and got himself involved in an adventure by circumstance. He also learned how EVE is capable of handling herself and WALL-E whenever the situation is dire. As things stand between them, WALL-E and EVE have a bit of a more peaceful life with a few threats to put up with every now and then whilst Vectorman is a bit more active in stopping threats, but finds the time every now and then to clean up literal trash. This doesn't stop either from having friendly meet-ups whenever they can.
  • At one point he wound up near the SWAT Kats' junkyard, wondering if the folks in charge of that trash dump actually get rid of anything there. When he went inside the Kats' garage, he was surprised to find them using scrap metal as a means to make their weapons. In turn, the Kats were surprised to find someone inside their garage, though Vectorman assured them that he means no harm in any way and that he's a part time trash-hauler like them. Of course, all the trash within the Pantheon ends up in different parts, so Vectorman ends up getting different kinds of junk compared to the SWAT Kats. Their meeting ended with them on good terms due to them putting a good effort in being a hero whenever a crisis occurs.
  • Mega Man is a robot that Vectorman gets along with greatly thanks to how they're focused on stopping evil robots from going out of control whenever it happens. They're also known to gain powers as a means to progress, though Mega Man was a bit surprised to see that Vectorman can transform into different things whenever possible.
    • It was through Mega Man that Vectorman learned about not only Dr. Wily who has tried using robots several times to conquer the world, but also Sigma, Dr. Weil, and Lumine through some of Mega Man's other allies. Vectorman finds all three of them to be an even bigger threat than what he had fought against back then, especially when it comes to Dr. Weil and is willing to help Mega Man and his allies whenever he can.
  • There was a point in time when he ended up in the middle of a battle between the Autobots and Decipticons, a two different kinds of robots that are much larger than what Vectorman expected. He watched from the sidelines and the battle ended in a stalemate, with Megatron vowing vengeance against the Autobots. Optimus Prime found the green orbot and decided to have a quick talk with him. Both then proceeded to talk to each other about their adventures. Vectorman acknowledged that while there have been moments where Optimus isn't perfect, all in all he considers the Autobot someone to look up to.
  • One of his trash runs resulted in his cargo ship falling into the domain of the Terraformars. Having gone up against an army of space bugs before, Vectorman did his best to deter the Terraformars from going near him, but they proved to be just a bit tougher than normal for him, prompting Vectorman to run after trying to slow down some of those cockroaches. To an additional extent, Vectorman doesn't like Queen Sectonia by virtue of being an insect queen with dangerous goals.
  • Null Sector has proven to be a major problem for Vectorman when it comes to fighting against evil robots. Even if he's a robot from the future, Vectorman cannot agree with Null Sector's extremist mindset of mechanical superiority and has fought against their mooks on a regular basis. Not helping is that they almost remind him of Warhead and his ruthless leadership against the other orbots.
    • SKYNET has proven to be an even bigger issue for Vectorman than Null Sector when it comes to fighting against an evil organization specializing on domination with robots. Even if he's never met humans before, he finds the idea of a collective of robots destroying all humans on the basis of them being a threat even if proven otherwise to be revolting.


    The CPUs 
The Console Patron Units, Avatars of the Console Wars (Neptune: Purple Heart, Nep, Nep-Nep, Neppy, Neptunia, Neptuna, Nepsy, Protagonist of Protagonists), (Blanc: White Heart, Blanny Blanny Bii, Blanc the Berserker, Blanny, One of the Golden Pair), (Noire: Black Heart, Lonely Heart, No Are You, Friend Count Increased By One, Ice Queen of the Student Council, Magical Noirina), (Vert: Green Heart, Thunder Tits, Bert, Fujoushin)
Left to right: Blanc (White Heart), Neptune (Purple Heart), Noire (Black Heart), Vert (Green Heart)

Vibri, Goddess of Vector-Based Games

  • Demigoddess (Lesser Goddess as Super Vibri)
  • Symbol: Herself, drawn completely out of vectors
  • Theme Song: Vib-Ribbon - Title Screen or Vib-Ripple - Opening
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Sole Main Character In Her Games, Can Interact With Inputted Music (Also Digital Images), Adorable Vector Rabbit That Can Turn Into A Fairy-Like Humanoid Or Devolve Into A Frog Or Worm, Talks To The Player Casually
  • Domains: Vectors, Gaming, Rhythm, Music, Procedural Generation, Digital Beings
  • Herald: Mojibri
  • Allies: PaRappa The Rapper, Colonel Noodle, Noire/Black Heart, the friendlier Digimon deities, Energizer Bunny, Animal, Russel Hobbs, Steve and Alex, Pinkie Pie, The Elite Beat Agents, Raphael, The 2nd Division Symphogears, the Suite Pretty Cures, and many other friendly musicians in the House of Musicality
  • Odd Friendship with: Born
  • Pities: Ruben Stone
  • On bad terms with: Strong Bad, Numemon and Sukamon
  • Enemies: Sigma, Venjix, D-Reaper, SHODAN, and other malevolent digital entities, Polygon Man, The Great Mighty Poo, Teseo, The Necrodancer, Enrico Pucci
  • In a strange, black-and-white dimension known as the Music World, there exists an environment of vectors and beings made of those vectors. Most notably, it is home to an individual commonly seen with rabbit ears known as Vibri. One of her major hobbies is travelling along the Vib-Ribbon, which is affected by music CDs, creating all sorts of shapes based on the music that Vibri runs along the Vib-Ribbon to. Whatever music that Vibri can get her hands on, she'll find the Vib-Ribbon providing an appropriate course for her to get through in the process. At some point in time, she left the Music World and ended up in a more colorful realm full of drum-like structures holding digital images, bouncing on them for the purpose of amusement, as well as finding strange two-dimensional objects known as "Peta Characters", all while avoiding antagonistic Boonchies, poo-shaped creatures that intend to ruin her fun.
  • The Pantheon is home to so many different worlds and dimensions, being full of many characters from varying settings. One particular part of the Pantheon, specifically its digital realms within the House of Machinery and Technology, while holding its own set of interesting destinations and locations, had its own instances of areas that were almost never explored in depth. One of which would include what was known as "a digital void", full of endless black and nothingness. Being considered where only trashed or deleted digital entities go to when they "die", even the digital deities in the Pantheon stayed away from the black void due to believing the place having nothing of interest. Then during a scavenging mission for some missing files, a few deities would search along the void and find not the files they were searching for, but the faint sounds of music. Furthermore, said music was extremely vibrant and energetic, and the last thing anyone would expect to hear in a place that was considered just nothingness. Investigating the source, they found a really long white line full of odd shapes, and running along it was an entity made of white vectors. Reporting the findings to other gods in the Pantheon, they discovered that somehow, Vibri and the Vib-Ribbon found their way into the Pantheon, and they've been there for quite a while too. Due to Vibri herself being made of vectors, even when straying far from her original home to play in other realms, on top of the Vib-Ribbon she tends to travel along, her vector composition had let her ascend under the trope of Vector Game.
  • Being a goddess originating from a Rhythm Game herself, one of her closest deity companions is Parappa, who even shares a creator with Vibri, due to their adoration for music and rhythm. Commonly, they participate in music contests, for Parappa to participate in, and for Vibri to listen onto, as well as getting the music as a CD for Vibri to use for the Vib-Ribbon, or to give Pinkie Pie ideas for music to use in parties. From other deities' observations, her favorite kinds of music are the vibrant and upbeat types due to how the Vib-Ribbon is the most responsive to those kinds of music. Vibri also tends to stick around or run along with other Rhythm Game protagonists, including the Elite Beat Agents and Raphael, though given that the mentioned deities are on opposing sides of the law, Vibri has found herself in awkward situations with them at times.
    • Learning about one of Parappa's opponents in the Pantheon, Colonel Noodle, Vibri decided to visit Noodle's temple just to order noodles for herself. While not rejecting the request, Colonel Noodle was confused at first, not only by the fact she arrived for food and not music, and out of curiosity of how a vector being like her would even eat the noodles in the first place. After giving Vibri what she wanted, she skipped her way back into her temple with its properties being similar to that of her Music World. Colonel Noodle secretly followed behind and found himself in surprise as the noodles Vibri got were converted into vectors themselves, appearing like a mess of chaotic vectors due to how curvy the noodles were. Vibri would gulp down the vector noodles and proceed to continue her usual activities, unaware of Noodle being in shock from what he saw.
  • There are many, many questions on what exactly Vibri is, considering both her ability to interact with digital data and her origin being the almost empty landscape that is the "Music World". She may look like a rabbit girl made of vectors, but the fact that she can change forms (when she either does well or fumbles up too much) only muddles up what we understand of her. Some have speculated that Vibri is something akin to a Digimon, which has some decent standing given that she's managed to get along well with a majority of the Digimon, obviously excluding the more malicious and destructive ones like D-Reaper. Some aren't too sure if her status as an inhabitant of the vector-filled Music World has anything to do with her interactions with digital objects, given that her herald, Mojibri, isn't made of vectors and interacts with .txt files in his own way. Regardless, Teseo of the Seven, being able to turn physical matter into digital data directly, and vice versa, is eager to try and capture Vibri out of curiosity and potential application for expanding his own abilities.
    • Whether Vibri herself is a digital deity of sorts or not, her world is reactive to digital data, so she is rightfully afraid of the digital viruses in the Pantheon, and given that some like Venjix or SHODAN would see Vibri's home as simply more territory for them, her fears are justified. Vibri has also encountered the Sigma Virus (not the Maverick, the virus itself) roaming the digital areas in the Pantheon, which has made Vibri anxious of the idea of her directly dealing with such entities.
  • Vibri's temple, an extension of the Music World she's from, also weirds out many from the House of Musicality. From the name alone, you'd expect a much more noisy and colorful world littered with musical objects, but the "Music World" is really a big black void, with the only notable place in it being the Vib-Ribbon, the only source of music, and very few inhabitants, assuming Vibri isn't the only one. According to some hard-to-find sources about her, the Music World does have other entities other than Vibri, including a similar-looking relative, which Vibri has confirmed. The 2nd Division Symphogears were some of the Music World's first visitors, and while disappointed and unable to understand how the Vib-Ribbon worked, they still befriended Vibri. The Suite Pretty Cures had similar sentiments, and have even considered making Vibri an honorary member given her ability to transform given some musical momentum.
    • Another entity originating from a physical void, Born, decided to meet Vibri given how she had managed to enjoy life in the void-like Music World she was from, on top of managing to move out to different places without as much trouble as he did with his void pursuing him. Vibri ended up inviting Born to the Music World to run along the Vib-Ribbon with her, and while Born was initially uncomfortable with entering a place that was almost similar to the void he was familiar, he thoroughly had a lot of fun nonetheless. The Vib-Ribbon even got colored by Born's trails for quite a while until they gradually worn off.
  • While she doesn't go out of her way to deal with them, she doesn't have particularly favorable meetings with any of the Numemon nor the Sukemon. Likely because of how they remind Vibri of the Boonchies that would try to attack her when she goes bouncing around on digital images, she views them as obstacles more than anything. A majority of those Digimon wisely stay away from her to avoid any conflict, and the ones that decide to attack her end being jumped on like Goombas. There's also the Great Mighty Poo, who dislikes Vibri due to believing that she's trying to steal some of his spotlight. The one time the Poo tried to go after Vibri was at a very unlucky moment for him, since Vibri had just transformed into Super Vibri at the time, and with one leap, the Poo exploded on Super Vibri landing on him.
  • Being from a world with only vectors and no curves at all, Vibri's existence as a vector being confounds even the stick figures in the Pantheon given that she's actually a three-dimensional figure but still made of vector lines. And while not exactly the same kind of "curveless" beings as her, Vibri has found herself in a mutually beneficial relationship with Steve and Alex, giving interesting objects or supplies relevant to the Minecraft protagonists, in exchange for music records to bring back to the Vib-Ribbon. The Polygon Man, on the other hand, despises Vibri, not for being a Playstation character, but for essentially not being made of "real polygons", just lines, vectors, and nothing else. Being initially created to represent the Playstation's polygon rendering abilities, Polygon Man can't help but take offense at Vibri's whole existence.
  • Aside from running on the Vib-Ribbon, Vibri spends much time finding the sticker-like Peta Characters within uploaded digital images, and then jumping upon a giant drum to bounce the collectibles out of it. On top of that, Vibri is enthusiastic about drumming in general, and with it being her favorite instruments, she was quick to get along with the many drummers in the Pantheon, especially the Energizer Bunny and Animal of the Muppets. Sometimes, she weirds them out by jumping on their drums, but since she's really light, there's no risk of the drums ever being damaged, thankfully. Sometimes, Peta Characters pop out of the drums she jumps on, which many aren't sure what to think of, but when Russell of the Gorillaz found the Peta Characters coming out of his drums, Murdoc had decided to grab and hoard said collectibles, to the confusion of the former. Despite being a drummer himself, Vibri completely ignores Terence Fletcher, to his bewilderment.
    • Vibri had heard about Ruben Stone who used to be a passionate drummer himself, and completely unaware of the context behind his loss of interest, she visited Ruben in an attempt to cheer him up. Jumping on Ruben's old drums, she attempted to reignite Ruben's interest in drumming, unaware that it only made him feel worse over time, forcing Ruben to shoo her out. Since then, Vibri learned the main reason that Ruben lost his passion of drumming, mainly his developed deafness, and the inability to gain new hearing that satisfied him the way his old hearing did. Out of guilt, Vibri sent the former drummer an apology present (a box with many Peta Characters stuck onto it), which Ruben did appreciate, putting the two on good terms.
  • Some visitors had found Vibri lying on the ground, clearly dazed, and a greatly-distorted Vib-Ribbon with unfamiliar and complex shapes. They didn't realize what kind of sounds were being emitted along the Vib-Ribbon, but after some investigation, it turned out that the music CD for the Vib-Ribbon wasn't a music CD at all, but a disc of non-digital memory. It was actually the memories of some deity, taken by Enrico Pucci, who can create such Memory Disks with his Stand, Whitesnake. Later, Vibri got up and decided to put in a new disk, which was to the horror of some of her accompanying deities, a Stand Disc. Before Vibri could find out what that could do to the Vib-Ribbon, the disk was taken away from Vibri and she was given a new, actual music CD in exchange. Pucci himself was shocked by the fact that Vibri managed to snatch some of Pucci's possessions when he heard the news later on, and now watches his back for any approaching vector entities.
  • Ran into Strong Bad's temple to vibe with some of the music that Strong Bad was playing at the time, with Strong Bad not appreciating the intrusion. Later on, he had the idea of sending his infamous vectorized Strong Bad head to Vibri's temple with the purpose of making her head asplode. Seeing the transfer go well, and the vector head attacking Vibri, Strong Bad took a break, awaiting the results. Coming back, he found that the vectorized Strong Bad head ended up befriending Vibri, which put Strong Bad back at square one, trying to figure out how to take revenge on her. Similarly, she went into the Necrodancer's domain uninvited as a result of being intrigued by the music within, and the Necrodancer always tries to send monsters and undead after her, to no avail.