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    Toshinori Yagi/All Might and Izuku Midoriya/Deku 
Toshinori Yagi and Izuku Midoriya, Co-Gods of Passing the Torch (Toshinori: All Might, The Number 1 Hero, The Symbol of Peace | Izuku: Deku, Stupid Nerd, Damned Nerd, The Absolute Madman, Broccoli, Green Naruto)
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Izuku (Left), All Might (Right)
  • Greater God, Quasideity in his depowered form (All Might); Lesser God, training to be a Greater God (now may be bordering on Intermediate God) (Izuku)
  • Symbol:
  • Theme Music: The Day, You Say Run (All Might) or Jet Set Run (Deku) plays when they get serious
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Not So Different, Passing the Torch, Super Strength, Empowered Badass Normal, Super Empowering, Explosive Overclocking, Game-Breaking Injury, The Paragon (All Might), Awesome, but Impractical, Hour of Power, Big Good,(Izuku) The Determinator, Awesome by Analysis, Nerd Action Hero
  • Domains: Heroes, Legacies, Strength
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: The super-villains of the House of Villains, Enrico Pucci, Number 96: Black Mist, Adam Taurus, Lord Tirek
  • Worthy Opponent: Stain (one-sided and only on his end.)
  • Although All Might still retains the scars that he sustained from battling the wielder of "All For One", he no longer has the time limit on "One For All" that the injury inflicted upon him in the mortal plane, and his strength was restored to its prime by the GUAG. They have even offered to give All Might a replica of "One For All" once Izuku fully comes into "One For All". All Might appreciated the sentiment, but he feels that Izuku should be allowed to fully come into his own.
  • Izuku was ecstatic to see many of the superheroes that once existed in his world's comic books actually existed in the Pantheon, and All Might feels that Izuku will further grow as he interacts with the super-heroes of the Pantheon.
  • All Might often visits the House of Heroes to strike up conversation with Superman, a fellow Paragon of Justice in his world, as All Might is in his own. One can always know when he is about to arrive by listening for his catch-phrase: "Fear not! Why you ask? Cuz I'm here!"
  • He is rarely seen when he reverts to his true form, and anyone who does is generally shocked that he's even the same person - he changes from a towering, buff super-hero to a scrawny, shriveled up man with sunken eyes. This is due to having wasted away from after-effects of injuries done to fix his wound.
  • All Might is a paragon of heroes, and he is himself the eighth wielder of "One For All", a successor to a long line of bearers of this unique Quirk. Izuku Midoriya is the ninth user of "One For All", and was chosen by All Might after putting his life on the line to save a friend when no one else could (or would).
  • While normally always with a smile on his face, All Might does not smile whenever he thinks of Enrico Pucci or Grahf. These two individuals remind All Might too much of "All For One"'s wielder, as they use their powers to either empower villains, take the powers of others, or worse
    • Enrico Pucci concerns All Might because of his Stand, Whitesnake, because he's worried whether or not it can steal powers other than Stands.
    • Grahf's ability to empower villains into new forms also reminds All Might of the artificially created Nomu and its creator, "All For One".
  • All Might is a firm believer in hard work, having trained Izuku until his body was strong enough to be able to handle the power of "One For All". This makes him appreciate the similar efforts that Uzumaki Naruto put forward to achieve his dreams.
  • Izuku is often daunted by the fact that he's standing alongside so many individuals who are great heroes and powerful indivdiuals in their own right, but he vows to continue working hard and honing "One For All" so he can one day become a great hero in his own right.
  • Izuku is happy to see many of his friends ascend onto the Pantheon and feels confident in what they can overcome.
  • Due to an alliance with Stain the Hero Killer, Izuku and Allmight are pitted against the likes of Adam Taurus from time to time.
  • Many in the Pantheon were shocked to see Izuku explode in black tendrils of energy. It's revealed that this is because One For All has grown strong enough to utilize the six Quirks of its previous users, now amplified by One For All's power. As such, Izuku has become a larger threat to the forces of villainy and many are debating that whether he can now be considered an Intermediate God.
  • Deku found out about Atsuko "Akko" Kagari's life and how it sort of mirrors his own. The two bonded over the fact they were fans of superheroes/witches, how they wanted to become one but faced harsh obstacles, looking up to and actually being mentored by their idols. The more cynical would point out the one major difference: while Deku gained his Quirks thanks to his idol, Akko's magic potential was accidently stolen by her idol.
  • While not magic users themselves, upon hearing about Lord Tirek's ability to drain magic, they immediately took him as an enemy. For All Might, it reminds him all too much about All for One's ability to steal power, while Midoriya was horrified since it reminded him of the Quirk-Removing Bullets that took out Lemillion's Quirk when they faced off against Overhaul and his goons.
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    Gandalf 
Gandalf, God of Barring Adversaries from Bypassing Him (Gandalf the Grey, Gandalf the White, Olórin (his birth name), Mithrandir, Incánus, Tharkûn, Greyhame, Old Greybeard, The Grey Pilgrim, Stormcrow, White Rider, Láthspell, Gandalf the Wandering Wizard)
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Gandalf the White 
  • Greater God (formerly Intermediate God as Gandalf the Grey)
  • Symbol: His wooden and white Magic Staffs, crossing each other.
  • Theme Song: "Gandalf: The Wizard"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Doesn't Let Anyone Pass, An Eccentric Mentor to the Fellowship, A Badass With a Beard, Becomes Nicer as Time Progresses, Erudite Stoner, Capable of Stopping an Omnipotent Creature, Angel Disguised as an Old Man, Interspecies Friendship with the Baggins, Willfully Weak, Classical Wizard, Light, Nice Hat, Becoming Gandalf the White After Returning From the Dead in an Awesome Way
  • Superior: J. R. R. Tolkien
  • Heralds: His trusty steed Shadowfax and the Great Eagle Gwaihir
  • Allies:
  • Friendly Rivals With: Albus Dumbledore, Merlin
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Beerus, Alucard (Hellsing), Johnny Blaze/Ghost Rider, Loki, Victor von Doom, the SCP Foundation, Io, Count Dooku
  • Enemies:
  • Commonality Connection With: Erik Lensherr/Magneto
  • Respects: Raoh, Christopher Lee, Terry Pratchett
  • Respected by: Dr. Stephen Strange, Harry Potter, Zatanna, Doctor Fate, most good-aligned deities of the House of Magic
  • Opposes: YHVH, Lucifer, Ar-Pharazon, the Anti-Monitor, Darkseid, Fused Zamasu, Yuuki Terumi, Unicron, the Dementors, Dolores Umbridge, Big Brother, Nekron, Euron Greyjoy, Cersei Lannister, Char Aznable, Anavel Gato, Giovanni, the Joker
  • Feared by: Anyone who has provoked his wrath, such as Agatha Trunchbull
  • Respected by: The House of Celebration
  • Pities: Smeagol/Gollum, Hodor, and to an extent, Jean Grey
  • Conflicting Opinion: Wade Wilson/Deadpool, George R. R. Martin, Present and Future Zen'o, Daenerys Targaryen, Illuminati, Dr. Manhattan
  • Gandalf the Grey, later known as Gandalf the White, (birth name Olórin) was an Istar sent to combat the threat of Sauron. He joined Thorin Oakenshield and his company to reclaim the Lonely Mountain from Smaug, gathered the Fellowship of the Ring to destroy the One Ring, and led the Free Peoples in the final battle of the War of the Ring. A living legend of Middle Earth, Gandalf joined the Pantheon for his iconic speech against the Balrog (not that Balrog) as Gandalf the Grey, which resulted in a temporary death:
    Gandalf: You cannot pass! I am a servant of the Sacred Fire, wielder of the Flame of Anor. The dark fire will not avail you, Flame of Udun! Go back to the shadow. YOOUU! SHALL NOOOT!! PAAAAAAASSSS!!!
  • Afterwards, he returned to life ten times stronger as Gandalf the White, successor to the now corrupted Saruman.
  • His position was challenged when a dissenter made a statement against his speech to the Balrog as a Memetic Mutation that influenced his ascension. However, he managed to give a good argument against said dissenter, that his sacrifice because of it was pivotal for the Fellowship to continue on their journey to destroy the Ring, meme or not. So it was that the three justices decreed that Gandalf remain in the Pantheon, especially Captain America. Many breathed a sigh of relief. Said dissenter may very well have been a salty Saruman.
  • Suffice to say, many good-aligned deities rejoiced at his ascension, and his good friends, Bilbo and Frodo Baggins promptly held a party for him in their Bag End-esque temple to celebrate. Many tears were shed, especially by Bilbo, because he had passed away before truly savouring time with his fellow wizard in the Undying Lands. It was here that he first met Dumbledore, who Gimli had invited on the suggestion of someone from the House of Magic he asked in passing, and the rest is history (not really, see below...)
  • As one of the most important and influential people in the Pantheon, Gandalf has so many relationships and alliances that to list them all would take another Age. So only the highlights are listed here.
  • Years ago, he and Saruman used to be friends, that is until Saruman betrayed him and joined Sauron's cause. This further stings as Saruman was once a staunch opposer to the Dark Lord, but fell to evil upon witnessing Sauron's true power. Nowadays, they're bitter enemies. Because of this, he is naturally wary of anyone who is similar to him, becoming a bitter enemy of Count Dooku, for obvious reasons.
  • He has made an exception for Saruman's actual actor, Christopher Lee, greeting him merrily when he ascended into the Pantheon full-time after his passing. Though they don't meet often, with Gandalf's duties as a protector of the Pantheon, when they do, they share a good meal at the House of Food and break bread. Gandalf has to respect Lee's acting pedigree.
  • This opposition to Count Dooku and the Separatists led to him meeting Master Yoda in his early days in the Grand United Alliance of Good. Both pride each other on the fact that both are mentors to the protagonist. Probably one of the few deities who know Yoda's true species. He also has a friendship with Obi-Wan Kenobi when the Jedi Knight was in the House of Defense, He directly opposes the Sith as well on how they are motivated by giving in to passion and evil, especially Palpatine, who leads the active forces of Melkor's Alliance Of Evil. He blames him (correctly) for causing the fall of Obi-Wan's apprentice, Anakin, to the dark side.
    • In fact, Gandalf met Vader himself after answering a distress call from the House of War and arrived in the midst of a terrorist attack which injured the entirety of the 501st Legion. Had a conversation with the Dark Lord of the Sith whilst carting the soldiers to safety, with Vader telling the White Wizard in an aside that he had renounced the GUAE but was now serving as a mole. For Vader to immediately trust Gandalf with this secret before he joined the GUAG was proof enough for him, and now Gandalf has a (publicly) tenuous alliance with the Chosen One. Said terrorist attack turned out to be Anavel Gato's explosive ascension and subsequent attack on his sub-house after his brief disappearance from stealing the Gundam GP02A Physalis from the GUAG Robot War Division containment facility.
    • A few months before, he just happened to be passing that exact facility when Robot War Division commander Bright Noa was making a routine perimeter check, and was present to see Gato steal the Physalis from its vault, again dealing heavy casualties. He became a friend of the Eternal Captain this way too while dealing with the fallout, though Bright's straight-laced attitude does not mesh well with his chummy, Cool Old Guy demeanour.
  • Oddly enough, despite his righteous nature, Gandalf did not associate much with anyone in his first few months in the Pantheon other than his fellow LOTR deities. For those few months, he met with fellow White Council member Elrond to get his bearings. The elf very graciously brought him to meet many prominent members of the Main House, the head honchos of the Pantheon, particularly the Holy Trinity (before it was disbanded), where he met his creator, Eru Ilúvatar, for the first time. Other interactions can be seen as follows:
    • After meeting his creator god, who commended him for his stalwart protection of Middle-Earth from the evils of Sauron and turncoat Saruman, the god elected the wizard as his representative to the Grand United Alliance of Good. He rose through the ranks of the organization, becoming a prospective member of the Command Division, though he was passed over in favour of Manwë Sulimo, Melkor's brother. He does not take it personally, and frequently collaborates with the Maiar. With the re-organization of the Alliance, it looks like Gandalf may get his command seat after all.
    • Like Philemon, he used to be an insufferable jerk before meeting Bilbo Baggins. He's one of the nicest gods in the Pantheon. They have bonded greatly over this shared characteristic, but Gandalf is a little skeptical as to how the Living Embodiment of All of Humanity's Goodness could not have spared a bit more purity to humanity to prevent their corruption by the One Ring. Naturally, this makes him a enemy of Nyarlathotep, the Living Embodiment of All Evil in Humanity's Heart.
    • True to his title, Gandalf doesn't allow anyone to trespass the Main House, serving as a primary guardian, believing that the gods inside have a good reason to keep things private from the rest of the Pantheon. The only times he failed was when The Spy, who managed to enter in disguise as John Carmack, evaded him. A LOT. It took The Spy changing disguises out of boredom for Haruhi to catch him masquerading as her, and ever since, Haruhi has been more than a little skeptical of Gandalf's usefulness. Nevertheless, they are still allies. Every now and again he serves as a mentor to her from improperly using her Reset Button, even back in the days of the Holy Trinity before she advocated for the group's retirement. Then there was that attack by Arktivus Brevon, but that's another story.
    • He met with Cosmos to discuss his entry into the Grand United Alliance Of Good, and believes her a fine lady deserving of every ounce of respect she gets, comparing the Goddess of Good to the Lady of Lórien, Galadriel. They parted on good terms and maintain a close professional relationship in their war against Melkor.
    • Was made a Pantheon Protector for his stellar service protecting the Main House. As a result, he has camaraderie with his fellow Protectors Superman, Goku and Valvatorez. He serves as a mentor to the fight-hungry Goku, and has more than once reined in his more fiery tendencies. He stifled a chuckle when Goku's wife Chi-Chi lectured her husband and Superman after one of their boss fights. He also got to know of Hellsing's Alucard through Valvatorez, and when necessary, fights alongside him whenever he catches wind of a Millennium plot. The Major is obviously laughing hysterically at how such a powerful wizard is now targeting him. Similarly, he is not a fan of Goku's friendly rival, God of Destruction Beerus and a Pantheon Caretaker, disparagingly thinking him lazy and sloppy, though he's too polite to say that out loud.
  • A bit displeased that the One Ring has re-materialised in the Pantheon and is now in storage in the Vault under maximum security. He wonders why they don't just teleport to Mordor and chuck it back into Mount Doom, along with every other dangerous artifact in the Vault. He has since acknowledged that such reality-warping and destructive items are needed to maintain equilibrium in the Pantheon, and has abandoned the matter. As of late, he has cultivated ties with Turaga Whenua and the SCP Foundation to triple security on the One Ring.
    • Via Whenua, he got to meet Pantheon Caretaker Mata Nui, whom he holds in high esteem for being a supporter of the abundance of life in the Pantheon. This has put him on Teridax's enemy list. Simultaneously, he got to know Primus this way, and has since become a staunch ally with the Autobots, whose leader he finds very similar and a honourable soldier. Optimus looks upon Gandalf as the pinnacle of beings who fight for 'the freedom that is the right of all sentient beings'.
  • While he does not outright antagonize high-ranked gods of the Main House (except Melkor and Sauron), Gandalf is against quite a lot of the evil-aligned ones for their unfairly extremist views.
    • Gandalf opposes Darkseid and Zamasu for their domineering outlook on mortals and that they should be subjugated for their own good. Zamasu in particular is a sore subject for him, given he had a brief duel with him on the argument of how certain deities in the Pantheon shouldn't be there given their non-godly status in their home universes. Zamasu's ally, Yuuki Terumi, also provokes his utter hate.
    • His biggest hate, however, like nearly everyone else in the Pantheon, is directed at the Anti-Monitor for his desire for wanton destruction of EVERYTHING, so nothing can exist ever again. He is willing to use the power of his true form against him, and as an Istari, that's bad.
    • Had it not been for Melkor and the GUAE taking precedence, YHVH might have been a full-on enemy of his, as he believes that freedom is beneficial and that the world should be happy with this, not under a regime that controls and monitors everything for law. He's Neutral Good, not Lawful Good for a reason. He is against Big Brother for this reason too, but is even more shocked that his regime is run by ordinary Men.
    • He is against YHVH's polar opposite, Lucifer, for corresponding reasons.
  • His relationship with J.R.R. Tolkien, his other superior, is warm. Gandalf treats the author as The Man Behind the Man to Eru and complimented him on the expansive fictional world he has created, the Legendarium. Nevertheless, he feels just a little bit cheated at the fact that said literary world was meant to enthral and educate book readers considering the trials the Free People had to endure in the War of the Ring. Through Tolkien, he has gotten to know plenty more literary geniuses, such as Terry Pratchett.
  • Through Terry Pratchett, he got to know Deadpool. Isn't quite sure what to make of the Merc With A Mouth yet, given how absolutely meta and nonchalant he is about everything.
  • Has jokingly remarked that if he wasn't so busy attending to GUAG and Main House duties, he would constantly be going on walk-around tours to meet new deities. When he's (rarely) off-duty, this is a favourite pastime of his.
  • Met Iroh on one of these tours, and as such, Gandalf is a regular at his tea shop, the Jasmine Dragon in the sub-house of Meals. They are fond of sharing and recollecting experiences from their war days (Iroh more as his war days are in the past mostly). As such, has met many from Team Avatar, particularly Avatar Aang and Fire Lord Zuko, Gandalf has gained the enmity of his usurping brother, former Fire Lord Ozai for this. Ozai may be eyeing Gandalf's ring to further enhance his (restored) firebending ability.
  • Speaking of Gandalf's ring, it is called Narya, one of the Elven rings of power which is thought to give the wearer immense control over fire. Not surprising why Ozai covets it for himself, for it would boost his power immensely as one of the Three Rings of Power to the point of being able to challenge Sauron himself, minus the One Ring. Gandalf has reportedly never used his ring to such an extent, possibly due to fear of being called a hypocrite for trying to destroy the One Ring while wearing the same type of ring. One wonders why he doesn't chuck that ring into Mount Doom as well. Because of this connection, he has some affinity for the House of Fire & Heat, especially some of the good-aligned deities there, Alexstrasza, Hestia and Recca Hanabishi. Molag Bal is an enemy of his on account of his Balrog-like soldiers and his utter depravity.
    • The ring is likely the reason why Gandalf is so good with pyrotechnics and explosives. He sells giant fireworks marked with the letter 'G' and they enthrall the children of the Pantheon to no end. Pinkie Pie keeps clamouring to have more of these fireworks in bulk, and Gandalf is nothing if not giving. He does admit a bit of exasperation at her enthusiasm since he can barely keep up with demand from those who order his fireworks.
  • Many parallels have been made between his world and that of George RR Martin's creation, Game of Thrones. Gandalf doesn't like to admit it, but that world's near lack of a moral centre where peasants starve, incest abounds and corruption lurks in every cranny (even in the royal houses) pretty much puts in on a whole new level compared to Arda, where evil originated from one single being and spread to others (Melkor, then Sauron). As such, he has high hopes for the new Lord of the Six Kingdoms, Bran Stark, to usher in a new age of peace and prosperity. Gandalf has also learnt a lot about balancing honor and pragmatism from the folly of his father, Ned, who reminds him of Boromir. He warns him to not always rely on that alone, for it makes him look stupid in the eyes of other Houses and led to his death. May have been the one who introduced Ned to Aragorn in an effort to change his worldview. He has a similar respect for House Tyrell but is aware that their care for the common people is a farce to boost their PR and get in favour with those of King's Landing. The Houses Lannister, Frey, Bolton and Greyjoy?
  • Got to know Albus Dumbledore, his most well-known counterpart and contemporary when he was still a headmaster of the Elysium Academy after having a good conversation with him on his first day in the Pantheon. There was a moment when he and Dumbledore rapped each other. For his bad luck, Dumbledore won. Now both serve as guest speakers for magic-based seminars at the Academy, butting heads in front of the students for laughs. Whenever he can, he talks to Dumbledore's protege, Harry Potter, and has taught him spells not in the Harry Potter universe for greater versatility, what with the boy's responsibilities as one of the Four Magicians of the House of Magic.
    • First heard of Lord Voldemort from Harry's account of how his parents got killed, and silently swore to avenge the boy by defeating the dark wizard. Upon further research, Gandalf's discovery that Voldemort had abandoned humanity and sanity in exchange for immortality, killed his own father for being an unworthy Muggle, and most of all, scorning the idea of love has propelled him to the top of Gandalf's (non-LOTR) enemies list. With his appointment as leader of the GUAE Malum Magia, this has gone Up to Eleven.
    • Views Voldemort's horde of Dementors with utter disgust with their ability to feed on people's happiness and soul-sucking abilities, seeing them as parasitic abominations worse than the Nazgûl.
  • One time after leaving a seminar, Gandalf caught teacher Agatha Trunchbull dressing down a student for her bonkers hairstyle and threatening to put her in the Chokey or worse. Obviously, the White Wizard was not happy and almost gave her a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown, but stopped just short of doing so. The sheer power emanating from him at that moment scared the Sadist Teacher out of her wits, and she retreated back to her office in fear, despite trying to look unperturbed. One would imagine he would do the same to Dolores Umbridge.
  • As seen above, it takes a lot to get him angry. When he is.... well, start running.
  • Reminds people that he's obviously compared with Magneto due to the fact that both have the same portrayer. Until Michael Fassbender. Gandalf meets with Magneto in the House of Nature sometimes to discuss the oppression of mutantkind back in the Marvel Universe. He is glad that Erik is taking a more neutral approach to the humans oppressing mutants. He fears for mutant Jean Grey as a result, seeing the Overdeity-level powers as too much for her and a liability to her safety, though he can't do too much about that.
  • He is an ardent supporter and compatriot of the indirect inspiration for his character, the Norse god Odin. Both share a friendly rivalry with Classical Wizard Merlin. From this alliance, he is an enemy of Ragnarok-bringer Surtr. He naturally has tense connections with Loki, the god of trickery, despite his apparent Heel–Face Turn.
  • Met the Doctor whilst he was in a sticky situation with The Beast. The Time Lord is grateful to him for getting him out of that sticky situation in the House of Demons. Given the Doctor's time-travelling hijinks, they don't meet terribly much. Even more so due to his constantly changing faces.
Courage will now be your best defence against the storm that is at hand-—that and such hope as I bring.

Intermediate Gods

    Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue 
Power Rangers Lightspeed RescueMembers , Divine Team of Rescue Workers (Lightspeed Rescue Rangers; Carter: Red Lightspeed Ranger, Red 1; Chad: Blue Lightspeed Ranger, Blue 2; Joel: Green Lightspeed Ranger, Sky Cowboy, Green 3; Kelsey: Yellow Lightspeed Ranger, Yellow 4; Dana: Pink Lightspeed Ranger, Pink 5; Ryan Mitchell: Titanium Ranger, Titanium Lightspeed Ranger)
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From left to right:Ryan, Joel, Dana, Carter, Kelsey, Chad
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    Ramza Beoulve 
Ramza Beoulve, God of Unfairly-Punished Heroism (Ramza Lugria)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A medieval white lion facing to the right.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Heroes Who Are Unfairly Screwed Over by Karma, Incorruptible Pure Pureness, Doomed Moral Victor, Strongest 'Weak' Class, Beating and Slaying Demons, and Angels, and Gods, Iron Woobie.
  • Domains: Good, War, Protection, Suffering
  • Allies: Marona, Cloud Strife, Ashelia B'nargin Dalmasca, Balthier, Ren Amamiya, Sigurd & Seliph, Artina, Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Bruce Wayne/Batman
  • Enemies: Ultima & The Lucavi, Mayuri Kurotsuchi
  • Is blamed for nearly everything good he's done. Still, Ramza would always take that full front as long as he's doing the right thing. Whether some other people restored his status or not, that's second matters to him.
  • As a mortal, the Church of Glabados declared him a heretic after his death, but the Pantheon knew better and instead acknowledged Ramza's heroism by ascending him... after setting the historical record straight and dealing severe punishment to those who continued to tarnish his name.
  • Became furious after the death of Artina as a result of circumstances even more unjust than his own. After personally killing her murderers, Ramza condemned their souls to Limbo (via an agreement with Virtuous), forever barring them from reincarnation and rebirth.
  • Ramza was shocked to discover that Ultima and the Lucavi had become members of the Pantheon, as the Glabados Church that they lead from the shadows was responsible for him being branded as a heretic when he was mortal, in addition to manipulating a civil war to cause thousands of innocent deaths so that Ultima could be revived. Ramza swore to once again stop them before they can hurt or manipulate anyone else.
  • Is one of the members of the GUAG Sacred Knights, and was promoted to an official Warrior of Cosmos. Overall, there is one particular detail he's fond for with the boon of it: Back in those days, he literally had no nose. Now he has a nose!
  • He actually has met a time-displaced Balthier in the past, and was introduced with Princess Ashe this way, when Ramza met her, she was close to crossing the Despair Event Horizon because of the realization that she was responsible of bringing forth Ultima and the Lucavi into forming the Church of Glabados and ruined Ivalice further. Ramza, however, managed to assure her that if it wasn't for her acts, he wouldn't have the power to thwart them in the first place, and so asked for the help of a senior Ivalice legend to fight the Lucavi once again, something that Ashe accepts.
  • While hanging around the House of Crime on one visit to Balthier, he met up with the leader of the Phantom Thieves. Ren Amamiya turned out to be a pretty decent dude, even sympathizing with him over what it's like to be called a villain for trying to do the right thing. After deciding to look for more such heroes, he ended up meeting up with Spider-Man and Batman.
  • If it's any consolation, in the events of Vagrant Story, there is mention of the Zodiac Brave Story, naming most of Ramza's allies as well-known heroes. Therefore, the "Lost" reports of Alazlam Durai, which contained the truth of the War of the Lions, was eventually accepted as historical canon, even though it was too late for Ramza.

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Lesser Gods

    Asuka Kazama 
"You're gonna get hurt!"

Asuka Kazama, Goddess of Breaking Up Fights (Gang Mediator, Kansai Peacemaker)

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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A blue stylized swallow logo
  • Alignment: Neutral Good with shades of Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: A brash teenage girl from Osaka who hates bullies and unnecessary fighting and stops it from happening, Ordinary High-School Student Hates When People Ogle Her Chest, Cute Bruiser, Shares the same moveset as Jun Kazama but is much more aggressive on it, Enjoying a Good Fight Every Now and Then, Reversing Enemy Attacks
  • Domains: Aggressiveness, Martial Arts, Vigilantism, Mysterious Powers
  • Herald: Her father
  • Allies: Lei Wulong, Chun-Li, Cammy, Candice White, Johnny Lawrence, Hime Onizuka, Ayumu "Osaka" Kasuga, Ochaco Uraraka/Uravity, Jacqui Briggs
  • Fire-Forged Friends with: Issei Hyodo
  • Rivals: Lili, Karin Kanzuki
  • Enemies: Raynare, Eliza and Neil Reagan, Libby Chessler, Bill Tannen, Agatha Trunchbull, Dolores Umbridge, John Kreese
  • Opposes: Matoko Itou
  • Special Relationship: Jin Kazama, Jun Kazama (her relatives from her clan, how related they are is said to be complicated)
  • A member of the Kazama clan who hails from Osaka, known throughout her hometown of wanting to fix everybody’s problems and for her hatred towards unnecessary fighting and to find peace between the two sides, which usually results in knockout, she swore revenge against Feng Wei after hearing from Lei Wulong that he hurt her father and sent him to the hospital by attending the fifth Iron Fist Tournament, hearing that he’s going to be one of it’s many contestants. She eventually developed a strong rivalry with Lili after Asuka defeated her and never settled her revenge on Wei as she never found him and decided to return to her normal life. When hearing that the one who causes the global war, Jin Kazama, is a relative of hers, she decided to hunt him down, ashamed that he tarnished her family, all the while her rivalry with Lili is growing stronger than ever.
  • She first came into the Pantheon when she helped Jimmy Hopkins breaking up fellow gangsters when a fight between the two went way too far. After that, she and Jimmy developed a great friendship and this caused Jimmy to request the Court of Gods to ascend her, reasoning that she is the type of person who wants peace in her hometown and her stubborn nature causes her to involve herself into conflicts that doesn’t involve her, usually solving it with violence, to teach them a lesson and won’t stop until they learned it. The Court of Gods have accepted his case and overjoyed to see herself ascended, she said a warm thank you to him.
  • Hearing that Jin Kazama is actually in the Pantheon, Asuka went furious over this, however, she doesn’t want to waste her entire time tracking him down and decides to let others do the job and follow her daily routine for the time being. She met Lili again, who demands a rematch of her again and keeps following her around making the same demand over and over again that she decided to accept her request and have a rematch every now and then. When she saw Lei Wulong in the Pantheon, she thanked him for telling her what happen to her father and the one who did it and as a compensation, she wants to help him on crimes that she could handle on combat such as gang fights and chasing criminals on the street, but this worries Lei as she is still a minor no matter how efficient she is on her skills.
  • One thing about Asuka that majority of the residents have wished to exploit is her mysterious, angel-like powers that are exactly like Jun Kazama. They believe that her powers could help cure the devil gene as shown if she won the fifth King of Iron Fist Tournament and there is more to her relationship with Jin and Jun since the latter is the chosen one of the Kazama clan and is the only one besides Asuka to have those powers. For now, the Court of Gods have told the Pantheon to keep it a secret to her and anyone living in her universe and that Asuka should discover those powers by herself.
  • Along with Jimmy Hopkins, she became friends with other bully hunters such as Mikoto Misaka, Kyo Kusanagi, Chie Satonaka, Matilda Wormwood, and Pippi Longstocking. Although Kyo doesn’t fight bullies as much as he does and focuses more on his fighting tournaments, he tries to help his fellow bully hunters as much as he could, even if he and Asuka spite at each other sometimes since he can be full of himself. Asuka admires Chie’s sense of justice and aspiration to become a police officer. She is also impressed at Matilda’s telekinesis and how she uses it to exploit Trunchball, Mikoto’s usage of electricity towards criminals, and Pippi’s strength despite her pale appearance and wants to see how she could beat them all of them (which includes Jimmy, Chie, and Kyo) in a fair fight (except for Matilda and Pippi, since they’re still children). The only bully hunter she doesn’t like is Makoto Itou because of how his relationship with girls turn out and how reckless he is in his decisions regarding them.
  • As obvious, she doesn’t like bullies such as Libby Chessler and Bill Tannen, especially the latter because he never learned his lesson even as an adult and wants to kick him to teach him. She also hates Agatha Trunchbull and Dolores Umbridge for their love of torturing their students and is rather happy when she hears what Matilda and Fred and George Weasley did to them respectively.
    • Although she couldn’t forgive for what he did in the past, she is impressed that Johnny Lawrence is trying to change to become better and wants to help him in that being a woman who strives for peace in her community and sees that as a win. When she hears that he has a dojo running, she occasionally comes in as a guest to see how he teaches his students and even participates in the lessons so that she could become stronger.
    • The same could be said for Himeko Onizuka, whom she felt pity for since it first happened because she was betrayed by her former friend. That said, Asuka is happy to see that she quit her former reputation and that she led a happier life with Bossun and Switch and helps her fight against enemies who want to pick a fight with her.
    • Thanks to her friendship with Johnny, she has also opposed John Kreese. Oh, she could agree with his point of how the world is such a cruel place, but that doesn’t mean you should corrupt your students to become more aggressive to their opponents to prove your ideals and she thinks that him using that tactic makes him a bigger hypocrite since he’s just the corrupting the world if that is his method. Ever since she heard about him, she stayed at Johnny’s temple even more to keep his students safe from Kreese, usually staying at the doorstep.
    • One time, Asuka saw Eliza Reagan bullying Candice White, mocking her for her orphaned status. This pisses her off and proceeds to interrupt them, telling Eliza to apologize to Candice. At first, the rich girl laughs at her demand, but her actions caused her to be almost hit by Asuka, the latter deciding not to hit her since she is defenseless and just wants her to learn her lesson and told her if she doesn’t back off from bullying Candice, she will face dire consequences. This scares Eliza and proceeds to run away to be with her brother, who develops a hatred of Asuka for scaring his sister and her vigilantism towards bullying. Asuka’s actions also caused her to become good friends with Candice and Asuka took it on herself to teach Candice martial arts to protect herself against Eliza and Neil.
  • Issei Hyodo has also tried to grope her breasts, only to get the same response. Whilst Asuka initially considered Issei nothing more than a pervert and said she's baffled on how he managed to get his own harem, he's tried to prove otherwise since this episode. She warmed up to him when he kicked around a bunch of guys that attempted to harass her. While she still balks at his perverted remarks and wonders how he has so many female admirers, she does look up to his sense of chivalry, and after learning from Rias Gremory about a tragically cruel incident involving his ex-girlfriend Raynare, Asuka can't help but feel pity for him. Since Raynare herself ascended to the Pantheon, Asuka is looking forward to wiping the smug grin off of the fallen angel's face.
  • Originally rivals with Chun-Li and Cammy during the Pandora Incident, Asuka has since then become much more friendly with them. Admiring their jobs as agents of justice, she aspires to be like them by working harder to keep her hometown safe, although Chun-Li and Cammy are worried towards her stubbornness to head towards trouble. Asuka has also developed a rivalry with Karin Kanzuki, whom the latter reminds the former of her rival Lili, but she finds her much more pleasant company than her rival thanks to her newfound respect towards her opponents and changing her personality to become a better person, thus the two have established a friendship, though the two are still rivals and have respected and complimented each other’s lifestyles and martial arts skills.
  • Asuka has also got along with Ayumu Kasuga since they are both from Osaka (making it natural that she's one of the few people to call Osaka by her real name) and has started training her to excel in PE class, seeing how she’s failing in it. Another native from Osaka she met is Ochaco Uraraka, whom she felt pity because of her personal life and how much she wants to help her parents on their financial problems and sees her as an inspiring hero of justice because of that not to mention how optimistic she is. She also wants to help Ochaco whenever she fights normal criminals but the latter is worried for her safety given that she usually runs straight into danger and doesn’t consider her safety.
  • Hearing about Jacqui Briggs’ exploits in her world, Asuka became fast friends with her and admires her resolve to join the military despite her father’s refusal to do so, seeing her as a fellow defender of justice. She also wants to challenge Jacqui in a fight someday and thus, trains herself in preparation for that.
  • "That's the lesson for today."

    Aveline de Grandpré and Adéwalé 
Aveline de Grandpré and Adéwa, Goddess and God of Liberating Slaves
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  • Lesser Goddess and God
  • Symbol: The Assassin Insignia, specifically the Louisiana Brotherhood Insignia and West Indies Brotherhood Insignia respectively
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Liberate Slaves, Aura Vision, Wield Hidden Blades, Dual Wielding, Skilled Freerunners
  • Domain(s): Liberation, Freedom, Assassination, Combat
  • Allies:
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Night Raid, George Washington, Benjamin Franklin
  • Enemies: The Templar Order, Shay Cormac, Alexios, Dr. Facilier, Calvin Candie and Stephen, The Slavers, The Coachman, Gleeman Vox, YHVH, Nerose Satanael, Qin Shi Huang, anyone who opposes free will
  • Oppose: Scarlett O'Hara
  • Pity: Othello, Candyman
  • Conflicted opinion: Naofumi's Party
  • Indifferent towards:
    • Adéwalé only: Blackbeard and pirates in general
  • Aveline de Grandpré and Adéwalé were members of the Assassin Brotherhood during the 18th century. Although they were contemporaries, the two had never met each other prior to ascending into the Pantheon as followers of Ezio Auditore. When Ezio learned of their respective lifelong devotions towards fighting slavery, he was sufficiently impressed to offer them a title for ascension, which they accepted and agreed to share.
  • Aside from enjoying happy reunions with fellow Assassins Connor and Edward Kenway respectively, they quickly befriended other prominant black people in the Pantheon such as Tiana and Naveen (Aveline especially likes them, since she's also from New Orleans) as well as black superheroes such as Static, Black Lightning, Luke Cage, Storm and Black Panther.
  • They also get along with other slave liberators such as Daenerys I Targaryen and Blackthorne. However, they were quite disturbed to learn of how Daenerys had gone crazy and burned down King's Landing, though she quickly assured them that she's trying to redeem herself for what she had done.
  • They strongly respect Abraham Lincoln for abolishing slavery and Atticus Finch for defending a black man who was falsely accused of rape. Having dealt with slavers and racists in their own time, they consider Lincoln's relatively racist beliefs to be quite forward thinking by comparison.
  • Although neither of them is particularly fond of Jack Sparrow, they appreciate his stance against slavery and Adéwalé occasionally sits down with him for a drink to reminisce about his time as a pirate.
  • They don't particularly like any of the Founding Fathers such as George Washington and Benjamin Franklin, primarily because they didn't abolish slavery after founding the United States. They were initially wary of Franklin after learning of how he had unwittingly aided the Templars on several occasions, though they eventually warmed up to him after he informed them of he became an extremely prominent abolitionist in his later years.
  • Unsurprisingly, they strongly oppose Shay Cormac and Alexios, since the former is a Templar and the latter shares a similar philosophy. Adéwalé in particular dislikes Shay for killing him, betraying the Assassins and purging the Colonial Brotherhood.
  • Their continued fight against slavery and human trafficking of any kind has put them into conflict with the likes of Calvin Candie and Stephen, The Slavers, The Coachman and Gleeman Vox. Candie and Stephen are particularly afraid of Adéwalé due to how his status as a former slave has resulted in him having an especially strong hatred of them.
  • Being protectors of free will, they quickly came to oppose YHVH, Nerose Satanael and Qin Shi Huang, who each desire to erase free will in order to achieve utopia.
  • They're both opposed to Scarlett O'Hara due to her representing a deeply apologetic view towards the Confederate States, which includes the casual practice of slavery and the racist undertone. However, their view of her is also somewhat conflicted due to the fact that she herself isn't particularly racist or cruel to black people.
  • They feel sorry for both Othello and Candyman, both of whom are black men who met tragic ends due to being in love with white women. While they get along decently with Othello, they tend to avoid Candyman due to him having become a Vengeful Ghost.
  • When they learned that Naofumi Iwatani had bought two girls as slaves, they quickly confronted him with the intention of freeing the girls. However, they were understandably very confused when the girls, Raphtalia and Filo, actually defended him. The girls explained that, due to being Demi-humans, they're actually safer as slaves under a nice master instead of being free, as then they at least have some legal protections as opposed to none if they where to be free. Although Aveline and Adéwalé still don't condone the arrangement, they're willing to leave Naofumi alone as long as continues treating the girls well.
  • Aveline only:
    • Aveline was born in New Orleans in 1747 to the wealthy French merchant Philippe de Grandpré and an African slave by the name of Jeanne and was raised in a comfortable and privileged environment. Shrewd by nature, Aveline noticed the contrasts present within the society she lived in and, at the age of twelve, resolved to act against this injustice. Following an attempt to rescue a man from enslavement, she met the Assassin Agaté, who was impressed by her dedication to pursuing freedom. He decided to take Aveline under his wing, training her to become an official member of the Brotherhood. Aveline subsequently grew into her role of an Assassin, fighting to defend the oppressed slaves of New Orleans.
    • Her friendship with Tiana and Naveen resulted in her becoming enemies with Dr. Facilier, whose attempt to take over New Orleans reminds her of the rogue Assassin and voodoo leader Baptiste, who attempted to poison the nobles of New Orleans.
    • "I stand with those who stand with me. I lure my prey through the guise of a lady. I escape unnoticed through the veil of a slave. And though I may conceal my identity, one thing is certain: commit injustice in this world, and I'll send you to the next. I am Aveline de Grandpré, I am an Assassin, and I fight for liberation."
  • Adéwalé only:
    • Born into slavery on Trinidad in 1692, Adéwalé recognized the oppression visited upon those who worked the sugar plantations, and frequently dwelt on means of achieving his freedom. He finally managed to escape in 1708, when pirates arrived at the plantation where he worked and raided the storehouse. Killing his master and grabbing a crate of sugar, Adéwalé joined the pirates in their pillaging and was welcomed by them among their number. During the early 18th century, Adéwalé served as Edward Kenway's quartermaster aboard the Jackdaw before eventually assuming the captaincy of his own vessel, the Victoire, and later the Experto Crede in 1735. That year, he briefly set aside his duties as an Assassin in order to aid the Maroon rebellion in Saint-Domingue. Adéwalé was later killed in 1758 by the Templar Shay Cormac during the Colonial Brotherhood purge.
    • He was quite pleased to meet Edward's grandson Connor, who had inherited his grandfather's sailing skills, and was especially happy to learn of how his own grandson, Eseosa, became a leading figure in the Haitian Revolution and had met Connor when he traveled to the Davenport Homestead to receive additional training from him.
    • Having been active as a pirate during the Golden Age of Piracy, he is familiar with famous pirates such as Blackbeard. However, while the experience of freedom in his life of piracy means a great deal to him and he wouldn't trade it for anything in the world, he's made it clear that he doesn't want to go back to that life either.
    • "I will show them how to fight, to bring hope back in their hearts. They will rise up and for years to come, the world will remember the cry for freedom."

    Beck (TRON: Uprising
Beck, the God who Takes Up the Mantle (The Next Tron, the Renegade)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: An Identity Disk with a stylized "T" in the middle
  • Theme Music: Lightbike Battle
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Stoic, Badass Biker, Legacy Character, Highly Visible Ninja, Le Parkour, Stealth Expert, The Cowl, Deadpan Snarker, Fragile Speedster, Nerves of Steel, Weak, but Skilled, Doomed Moral Victor
  • Domains: Revolution, Cyberspace, Parkour
  • Allies: Tron (his mentor), Kevin Flynn, Sora, Riku, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Otacon, Radical Ed, Bentley Turtle, Alucard (Lords of Shadow)
  • Enemies: Master Control Program, Sark, Clu, Penelope Mouse, Courtney Gears, Vanitas
  • Ascended to the Pantheon as it was in need of another god who represents a legacy trope. Although his revolution didn't seem to get anywhere, something that views as his greatest failure, he took the mantle.
  • Tron is quite happy to see his ward appear as they had much catching up to do. He was also able to tell that Beck is guilty about the flopped revolution. Tron assured Beck that he did all that he could and shouldn't expect to much of it, as well as the fact that everything managed to turn out alright in the end, albeit in a bittersweet way.
  • Beck was rather devastated to hear what Dyson did to Tron while he was in the Pantheon, but is glad to hear that, due to being banished, he won't do anything again. At least as long as Courtney Gears is under the watchful eyes of the Court of the Gods.
  • Met with Sora, one of his mentor's oldest allies and friends, and heard how he help Tron protect the system from the Master Control Program. In fact, he was rather surprised to see that Tron made some unique friends and allies. Beck was also not happy to here that Clu was also in the Pantheon, even more so after learning that he made Tron his slave at one point and intends to do so again.
  • Is often lurking around cyberspace in the shadows, spying on potental threats and making sure that his friends are safe. This is how he discovered a disturbing plot shown below...
  • Is the first to discover that Vanitas is after Sailor Moon to forge the X-Blade, him targeting Madoka being a distraction as her hatred of Lucifer gives her heart enough taint to keep her from being used instead. After letting Tron know this, he explains that making a full scale alert would cause Vanitas to take precautions. The best thing to do was to let Sailor Moon's fellow sensei know one by one. And just in case, they enlisted Alucard, the former Trevor Belmont, for help.
  • Being the protégé to Tron, Beck is often seen helping the Hacking Quintet out, whether insuring the hacking games are success or busting them out of jail if the Master Control Program or Clu catches them. He even symphonizes with Bentley over how his ex-girlfriend, Penelope, is working for Clu.
  • Is ready to defend the weak at anyime. After all, he's Tron.

    Burning Rangers 
Burning Rangersmembers , Divine Team of Heroic Fire Rescues
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Clockwise from top: Big, Chris, Shou, Tillis, Reed
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: The Burning Rangers emblem
  • Theme Music: We Are Burning Rangers; Burning Hearts Burning ANGEL
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Crew, "Save the World" Climax
  • Domains: Firefighting, Rescue
  • Herald: Ilia Klein
  • Allies: Sonic the Hedgehog, Segata Sanshiro, Ecco, Smokey Bear, Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue, Sei Asagiri, International Rescue
  • Enemies: The Pyro, Dingodile, Firefly, Brand, Cinder, SCP-457
  • Opposes: Teostra & Lunastra, Glavenus, Gogmazios
  • In a future Earth, the only threat that the planet must contend with are fires. To put a stop to those dangers, a firefighting team dubbed Burning Rangers is sent to put out these fires and rescue any civilians that are at risk. After going through a few locales, the team comes across a girl named Ilia Klein, who is suffering from some kind of disease and whose spaceship is on a collision course with Earth. The Burning Rangers put a stop to the imminent danger posed by the ship and rescue Ilia, who is cured of her disease and becomes a member of the team.
  • A large fire broke out at a factory thanks to a malfunctioning machine catching fire and spreading throughout that building. News of the factory fire spread throughout the Pantheon, but with many of the denizens who could have put out that fire and gotten everyone to safety too busy with other matters, it became clear that the owner had to locate someone that could help get the factory out of danger. It was then the owner found out about the Burning Rangers, a specialized team dedicated to incidents like this and called upon their help. Not much later, the team arrived, put out the fire, and was able to evacuate all the factory personnel in the process. The team was commended for their efforts in putting out that factory fire and was told that they would be useful in making sure the numerous fires that are bound to occur in the Pantheon are under control. For the team, they were aware that they’ve got a lot more work ahead of them and have continued doing what they do best since then.
  • Smokey Bear considers the Burning Rangers to be role models that others should follow when it comes to preventing fires, be it in the wilderness or elsewhere. The team has done plenty of work putting out wildfires and they have sometimes appeared in PSAs that Smokey puts out in the Pantheon regarding wildfire prevention. Even if Smokey hasn’t directly participated in all of the team’s missions, the members consider him to be an honorary member (and closest thing there is to a Team Pet) of the Burning Rangers.
  • While the fires that overtake certain areas of the Pantheon can potentially get much more severe than what the Burning Rangers were used to, the team was able to get in contact with a number of entities that were willing to help them out in their job. One of their most frequent partners was Sonic the Hedgehog, who has some level of awareness of who the group was thanks to the fact that one of the places where the Burning Rangers had a mission to complete was used as a race track for Sonic and other Sega characters. Although the team only had a faint idea of who he looked like given that they were only able to catch glimpses of him during that particular instance, Sonic’s willingness to help others in trouble earned him the team’s approval and his Super Speed has proven useful in rescuing those trapped in fires whenever the Burning Rangers are trying to put out strong flames.
  • Seeing as how their adventures are available on the Sega Saturn (regardless of their game being one of the very last titles to be released on the console), Segata Sanshiro is one of the team’s biggest supporters. He has the capabilities to judo-throw any sort of obstacle in the team’s way whenever he’s helping out and has encouraged anyone that has survived the fires that the Burning Rangers put out to play their adventures on the Sega Saturn. Even if the team aren’t the kind of people to shill out their own exploits, the Burning Rangers do appreciate Segata’s help in making their rescue work easier.
  • During their mission inside an underwater aquarium, the team rescued a dolphin and helped the team navigate that place in return for helping it out. While the team was on a break from their assignments, they ended up encountering a dolphin named Ecco, bringing back memories of that earlier dolphin from a while back. The Burning Rangers’ break was short-lived after they received a report of a building that was about to burn not far from where they were at. The team sprung into action, with Ecco helping guiding the team to where their destination was. Not long after, the Burning Rangers were able to extinguish the fire and Ecco has helped the team out for subsequent underwater missions.
  • The Burning Rangers weren’t the only team of rescue workers in the Pantheon needed to tackle various crises that befall the place. They have come across the International Rescue and Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue at different points during their work and have gotten along very well with them. Of the members of that particular Power Rangers team, Carter Grayson has formed a strong friendship with the Burning Rangers given that he’s a firefighter much like them, though his Lightspeed Rescue teammates have no problem working with the Burning Rangers if the job calls for it. As for International Rescue, the vehicles they have at hand have been commended by the Burning Rangers for their versatility and the Tracy family has been one of the Burning Rangers most frequent allies when it comes to preventing disasters and getting civilians to safety.
    • One rescue worker (or rather, former rescue worker as the team found out) that surprised the Burning Rangers was Sei Asagiri, a girl who worked for the White Knights, a corrupt law enforcement group in the dystopian world of Glitch City. Unlike the rest of the White Knights, Sei really believed in helping people out of their troubles and was the only member of the group spared after the White Knights’ corruption was exposed. It came as a shock for the Burning Rangers to learn about corrupt regimes within a group that’s seemingly focused on protecting people’s lives. Sei is now focused on being a bodyguard for her friend Stella Hoshii, but still wishes the Burning Rangers well for their rescue missions.
  • Fire has always been a burden for the Burning Rangers given how much they’ve confronted it. What ended up making their work more complicated than before was the existence of deities who will actively burn things for their own amusement. With a decent number of such, ranging from delusional maniacs such as The Pyro to actively malicious fire starters such as Firefly, the Burning Rangers’ work has gotten more dangerous than before and they are willing to stop those particular threats if given the chance. Of these pyromaniacs, the team has a strong hatred towards SCP-457 given its potential to cause serious fire-based damage to its surroundings via splitting itself when it is strong enough in addition to it essentially being a living form of fire.
  • Not only do these deranged pyromaniacs and malicious practitioners of fire exist in the Pantheon, but so do pyromancers that have no ill intent. While the Burning Rangers were assured that the benevolent pyromancers aren’t going to be a problem for them, it was a number of large creatures that are capable of using fire that the team still has some issues with. Teostra and Lunastra are two creatures with a strong affinity to fire that the team could see as highly problematic if they ended up encountering them. The fires that the two leave in their wake would likely require a lot more effort to put them out and fighting those creatures head-on would be extremely difficult. The Burning Rangers surmise that Glavenus and Gogmazios, two other creatures that can use fire in their attacks, would pose similar problems, with Gogmazios in particular being very dangerous in terms of appearance and abilities.
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    The Firefly crew 
The Firefly CrewMembers , Divine Deities of Niche-Show Avoidance and Big Damned Heroism
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  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: The Serenity logo
  • Alignments: Chaotic Good (Mal, River) Neutral Good (Wash, Kaylee), Lawful Good (Simon, Book) True Neutral (Zoe, Inara) Chaotic Neutral (Jayne)
  • Portfolios: Big Damn Heroes,
  • Domain: Space, Glory, Luck, Freedom (River, Simon, Mal), Charm (Inara), Artifice (Kaylee), Good, Chaos or Law depending on the deity.
  • Followers: Dick Gumshoe, Arnold "Ace" Rimmer
  • Allies: The Doctor, Captain Kirk, Indiana Jones, John Crichton, Han Solo, Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, Jean-Luc Picard, Maes Hughes, Hawkeye Pierce, The Guardians of the Galaxy, The Crew of the Rogue One, Leeloo, Winry Rockbell (Kaylee), Mario (Mal)
  • Rivals: Samantha Carter, Lobo, Miss Fortune, Commander Shepard, Honor Harrington, Commander Adama, Starbuck
  • Enemies: Grand Admiral Thrawn, Emperor Palpatine, Darth Vader, Judge Dredd, Boba Fett, everyone in both the Lustful Houses (Mal)
  • Opposes: Dr. Wily, Ryoma Sengoku, Johan Liebert and Areal (River)
  • Odd Friendship with: Cyclops
  • Not to be Confused with: Richard Castle (Mal)
  • The presence of the Serenity was first felt... with a few falling debris of the ship coming down on the ground before the rest of the ship made a decent landing. From there came the crew, led by a former military man called Malcolm Reynalds. Together, the crew decided to perform smuggling in protest of the ruling government. Mal had long held the title on his own for those who bring the cavalry in the nick of time to turn the tide of battles. Then he decided to grant divinity to the entire crew, even those who died in the course of their stories. There was much rejoicing, to the crew and those who were fans of their adventures.
  • Despite being the closest things to being heroes in their world, the crew are not welcomed by many, making them natural fits in the House of Ambiguity. In fact, Star-Lord jokingly stated that their crew may well have been their high priests despite never having that role. Mal would rather not be considered in a position that would be under anyone's authority. Nevertheless, the two groups generally like each other.
  • They still manage to find allies in space. Namely, the Serenity's ability to save the day in the nick of time has save many a team from disaster:
    • Mal and his crew can't seem to stop bumping into Captain Kirk and the Enterprise. In all cases it was due to coincidence. Still, Kirk is one of the few captains that Mal can trust, given both of their aversions to military excursions. That and he can always count on Kirk to find rare items to sell to the black market.
    • The Doctor finds the position of the Serenity to be an interesting one. As such, she pays no mind to helping them out. After all, many of her incarnations distrust the military as much as Mal does. With the rest of the crew, she is happy to listen to Kaylee's engineering tips as well as help River with her memories with her limited telepathy.
    • Crichton and the Moya were practically made to be allies with them. The entire crew had nasty experiences with their own corrupt government ironically named the Peacekeepers and Crichton himself has been known for enacting insane plans that just happen to work out. It was a match made in heaven for Mal. The crew members can be seen hanging out on multiple occasions.
    • Kaylee discovered another stowaway on the ship, a red-headed girl named Leeloo. Before Mal ordered the crew to dump her, the woman proved to be talented in a number of skills. Thus, he allowed her on board for the time being. She turned out to be a great crew member and became friends with a lot of the crew members. Shortly after the left, they found out that she has ascended. Mal reluctantly allows her stay when she has the need to.
  • More often than not, most ships he come in contact with eye him with suspicion. The crew have a way with escaping any bit of authority that tries to take them in:
    • In any other case, Commander Shepard would have welcomed them in with open arms. Yet Mal himself would neither trust the Executive Officer nor would he ever let Shepard Commandeer his ship. Good thing villains, because any time the two teamup, they are capable of laying waste to vast swaths of enemies.
    • Honor takes a more direct approach, regarding the Serenity as subject to capture. Unfortunately for her, Mal has made it difficult for her to find him. He usually meets up with her whenever there is a crisis her Space Navy cannot defeat alone. Even then, she is bound by Judge Dredd to take them in afterwards.
    • Samantha Carter is more conflicted in doing so. After seeing the good deeds that they have done over the years, Samantha is more willing to tolerate their presence and letting them go... in exchange for confiscating any counter-band she finds in their ship.
    • Usually, Commander Adama would rather focus on taking on Cylons than dealing with petty smugglers, but he follows through with trying to arrest them. Starbuck made it more of a friendly rivalry, even teasing Mal with innuendos. Mal obliges b to a point but knows better than to leave his crew vulnerable for capture.
    • Surgeon Pierce is the one place in the House of War that they can have safe passage. Mal and Hawkeye both experience sorrow during their time of service and do not wish to do so again. It helps that Hawkeye makes a mean bootleg drink and serves them to the Serenity in exchange for contraband from the smuggler.
  • While they are critical of their Lawful Neutral government, they are more than happy to stick it to more authoritarian governments. This is especially true to the likes of Emperor Palpatine. He does not take their destabilization of Galactic Empire style dictatorships lightly. As such, he has sent many Dark Side assassins after them over the years. When that didn't work, he employed Thrawn to lay a trap on them. It would have suceeded if not for a rescue made in part by the Skywalkers. This was supported by Han Solo, himself a smuggler over the years.
    • After the initial problem, Thrawn solved the problem with a series of equations; by mapping when the Serenity may pop up at any time, he has learned how to completely avoid and Big Damned Heroism that may come his way. This isn't 100% Mal proof, but it's enough to no longer worry about that factor in his plans.
  • Given the nature of their business, it was only natural that they would take on a number of bounty hunters over the years. Usually they are after Mal for smuggling, but River's head has an even high price tag. It's just that she's a much more difficult target to capture:
    • As the head of Bounty Hunters everywhere, Boba Fett is responsible for managing the various attempts on the Serenity. After various failures on their part, Boba has decided to take up the bounty himself to receive the glory of detaining the elusive smugglers.
    • The crew wishes they have Lobo as the god of Bounty Hunters. The Czarnian may have been impossible for them to defeat, but Mal was able to bribe him out of their bounty. Afterwards, Lobo allowed them to continue their business. Besides, the alien has taken a liking to the crew. He thinks that River his a natural badass with a future ahead of her and even checked out Jayne's arsenal to see if there's anything of interest.
    • Miss Fortune's specialty is piracy, but that didn't mean she wouldn't dabble in that of the space-faring kind. After a couple of skirmishes, she considered him to be less bloodthirsty than most and abandoned the bounty for now, though she does appear now and then to keep the peace.
  • Mal couldn't help but feel like he would have gotten along with the crew of Rogue One, the unlikely crew that went on a Suicide Mission to send the notes on the Death Star to the Rebel Alliance. In fact, Mal stated that they were a lot like the crew of the Serenity... if they were run more incompetently run and all died in the process. Jyn viciously shot back, stating his last big plan led to the deaths of some of his crew-mates as well. It's safe to say that the two protagonists aren't too keen on making amends with each other. At least the other crew members were willing to bury the hatchet over the two hot-heads.
  • Exclusive to Mal:
    • Has fallen into hot water with the subhouse of Lust. They didn't take to kindly with his remarks on Inara's profession. As such, he receives the cold shoulder whenever he arrives there.
    • One of the odder relationships among the gods has been with Scott Summers. The God of Eye Beams can't help but be reminded of his father whenever the two meet. It helps that the two of them became space pirates.
    • When there was a case involving some missing merchandise, Mal ordered his crew to find a detective who could find some clues. Jayne came back with a man with a bag over his head. When the bag was removed it turned out to be Richard Castle, God of Mystery Writer Detectives. Despite the distressing introduction and the fact that the two looked eerily similar, Richard agreed to help them out... on the condition that he gets to write a story about the adventure. Once the items were found (and Jayne was given a tongue lashing), Richard waved them off. The subsequent book made him a decent amount of money, part of which was given to Mal.
  • Exclusive to River:
    • Prior to moving in with Mal, River was the only other member of the Serenity who had ascended on her own. This is due to her memorable defense of her crew members against the Reavers. It's also due to her ability to improbably dispatch large swaths of enemies despite being 90 lbs soaking wet. That and she can totally kill you with just her mind! She is by far one of the most popular Action Girls in the Pantheon.
    • Will attack any mad scientists on sight. Anyone foolish enough to be in her way will wish they were treated more humanely than the Reapers in Serenity. Dr. Wily and Ryoma are at the top of her hate list. That also includes people such as Arael and Johan Liebert, though she's more cautious with the later. Delving into his mind alone is enough to give her shivers.
    • Is noted to almost never wear shoes. Her symbol is a constant reminder of that to her followers. Most theorize that shoes remind her of the tortures she endured during her experiments at the Academy.
  • Exclusive to Simon:
    • It was a jubilant scene for River when the two siblings met each other for the first time in years. The two have been together ever since he helped her escape a government facility. He even vouched for the two when Mal threatened to kick them out. He has since stuck around in order to protect his sister. Which ended with his death.
    • The resident healer of the Serenity, Simon is polite to every person he meets... almost to a fault. It did him no favors towards Mal who felt his politeness to be off-putting. In fact, all of his teammates treat him with a bit of disdain except for Walsh and Kaylee. As for her, the two promptly proclaimed their love for each other.
  • Exclusive to Zoe:
    • As the saying goes, for every man there's a woman working from behind. Or in this case, she's the Straight Man to counter the more chaotic aspects of Mal. As such, she is seen as the voice of reason.
    • Like Mal, she has a military background, an aspect that was more difficult for her to shut down. To this day, she has to catch herself from calling Mal "Sir". At least that helped quell down those who tried to ship the two. Regardless, her demeanor has deem her The Reliable One of the crew.
  • Exclusive to Wash:
    • When the crew of the Serenity was asked who would be considered The Conscience of the show, everyone pointed to Wash, the pilot of the crew. He is by far the nicest resident of the ship and has a playful side in him. Yet there is no one who can stay calm under pressure as this man.
    • It makes it all the more unusual that he and Zoe became a couple.
  • Exclusive to Inara:
    • Inara is a Companion licensed by the Alliance, helping clients seeking sexual and psychological healing. Her work is well regarded in the House of Love and she is welcome within the House for as long as she likes. She even has her own unofficial temple within the area. She hopes that more of her ilk make their way into the Pantheon.
    • A Buddhist at heart, she makes sure to bring such items along with her at all times. Sadly, she was unable to find any other of her faith in the Pantheon. Still, she hopes that Confucius himself may make his presence known here one day.
  • Exclusive to Jayne:
    • The weapon's expert of the crew, he keeps a wide assortment of guns and knives in the ship, a stash so large he needed a separate room just to keep it all. It was so massive, he gained a large enough following to be considered ascension on his own, namely for his habit of naming his weapons. His favorite in particular is Vera. Alas, he was too lazy to follow through with things and waited until Mal decided to ascend the entire crew.
    • Out of everyone, Jayne's loyalty is by far the most fragile. This is on account on the fact that he is almost entirely motivated by money. He has betrayed Mal on a few occasions on the whim of making more money for it. And yet he keeps coming back when it counts. He may not admit it, but he sure has a way to show his affections to his teammates.
  • Exclusive to Kaylee:
    • Made her debut in spectacular fashion: solving a critical engine problem in mid coitus! She became the new engineer ever since. She was even considered the position of Wrench Wench, eventually losing out to Winry. When Kaylee herself ascended later on, the two became fast friends. Kaylee loves to talk about her ship and she couldn't think of a better person to talk to her than Winry.
    • As stated above, she has a rather colorful view of sex. She is perfectly happy to have such a conversation with someone in that regard. With that said, her heart is taken for Simon. With his returned, the two committed to sticking together.
  • Exclusive to Book:
    • The one who spends the least time on the ship, Book is content to explore the Pantheon to experience new worlds. He sees a lot of good in the Pantheon, more so than in his own world. He wishes that no one else will have to experience the horrors he and Mal faced during their service in the military.
  • Can also be found in the subhouse of Unpopularity

    Kevin Levin 
Kevin Ethan Levin, God of Offscreen Face Turns (Kevin 11, Kev, Muscles)
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Younger Kevin 
  • Lesser God in his normal state. Depending on how much energy he absorbs, it jumps to Intermediate or Greater God.
  • Symbol: The lock chain he wears around his neck.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good/Chaotic Good, although he has been all over the place. Many in the Pantheon are wary of him due to his tendency to switch sides.
  • Portfolio: Distressed Dudes, The Worf Effect, Always Having His Car Blow Up ("MY RIDE!"), Sacrificing Himself to Save The World, Going Crazy from Energy Absorption.
  • Domains: Revenge, Atonement, Energy, Power, Good/Evil.
  • Followers: Rufus Shinra, Alpha, Barbossa, Pintel and Ragetti
  • Allies: Ben and Gwen Tennyson (He also dates Gwen), Batman, Cyborg, Nightwing, Guts, Kain Highwind, Inigo Montoya, Andre the Giant, Charmcaster.
  • Enemies: Izaya Orihara, Deathstroke, Kyubey, Joker, Deadpool,
  • Ascended to the Pantheon after discovering the position of God of the Face Heel Revolving Door would be given to Raven (Teen Titans), stole it from her and tried to sneak in, only to be caught by Batman. Gwen vouched for him, and he was allowed to stay in the House of Ambiguity.
  • He eventually gave up the title upon discovering that his friend Kain already had the title of Heel–Face Revolving Door but Kain found a position that allowed him to join the House of Heroes: Heel–Face Return, because of his becoming good offscreen.
  • Has become irritated by Deadpool after he is informed that he will become evil, again.
  • Stomped Edward Cullen’s face, blaming him for the Darkfall Books that were the equivalent to Twilight in his universe.
  • Has been trolled by Izaya Orihara after Izaya pinned the words “Distressed Dude” on the back of Kevin’s shirt. Kevin has since tried to run over him with his car on sight. He's still looking for Izaya Orihara with help from Shizuo Heiwajima.
  • Makes fun of Sasuke Uchiha for sounding like Ben and calling him the “Emoest of them all.”
  • Looks up to Guts for being such a major badass, and sympathizes with his quest for revenge. Wants to hear Kevin's when there's some downtime.
  • Empathizes with Gwen's rival Charmcaster, who is second only to him in his own universe when it comes to the Heel–Face Revolving Door.
  • Has a mechanics shop in the House of Technology, but his car has constantly been crushed again...and again. It's become such a betting game in the House of Commerce as to when he'll start screaming out, "MY RIDE!!"
  • Gets along well with Cyborg, often asks him to upgrade his ride but wonders why he laughs whenever Kevin calls him “Dude”.
    • And there's even more confusion since he sounds similar to one version of Michaelangelo.
  • Has visited Nightwing in the House of Love for relationship advice, won't give specifics when Gwen asks him about it.
  • Has been seen in the House of Food eating Flean cake with Mulder and Scully.
  • Upon learning that Kyubey offered Gwen a contract to become a Magical Girl, he ran over him with his car. Homura approved of this.
  • Often visits the House of Travel to look at the Cool Cars. Once again, his car can usually been seen smashed into smithereens.
  • Has been approached by Deathstroke with an apprenticeship offer. Flat out refused and was able to hold him off until Gwen shot a shard of mana through Slade’s empty eyesocket. Deathstroke has sworn revenge on them for reminding him of those two brats.
  • Was interested to say the least when he saw Inigo Montoya in the Pantheon. He doesn't admit it, but he actually grew up reading the Princess Bride and even got to say Inigo's most famous phrase. It helps that they've both defeated the men who killed their fathers.
  • Nearly had a fanboy moment when he found Andre the Giant was in the House of Combat, as Andre played Fezzik in the movie. He denies that he wanted Andre's autograph.
  • His Energy Absorption powers make him super dangerous. One, he can absorb powers of Greater Gods and bring them back. Two, he himself can become downright insane with the absorption, and if not taken down quickly, he'll start going on more and more of a rampage.
  • After his dealings with the Rooters, Kevin has begrudgingly admitted he might just empathize somewhat with The Joker, as he now has no idea just what the heck his own origin story truly is.

    Kim Possible 
Kimberly Ann "Kim" Possible, Goddess of Heroic Multitasking (KP, Kimmy, Princess, Kimmie-Cub, Coach Possible, Red, Fraulein Possible, Sheela The Leopard Lady)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: The Kimmunicator
  • Theme Song: "Call Me, Beep Me"
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Academic Athlete, Action Girl, Called "KP" by Ron, Bares Her Midriff in almost every outfit she wears (at least she used to), Buffy Speak, Maybe a cheerleader, but doesn't have the negative traits, Go-Getter Girl, Extracurricular Enthusiast, Fiery Redhead, Grappling-Hook Gun, I Know Madden Kombat, She-Fu, Naïve Everygirl, Part-Time Hero, Tomboy with a Girly Streak
  • Domain: Heroism, Fist, Chaos, Good, Cheerleading
  • Followers: K.C. Cooper
  • Allies: Ron Stoppable, Buffy Summers, Juliet Starling, Claire Bennet, Sabrina Spellman, Peter Parker/Spider-Man, Hal "Otacon" Emmerich, James Bond, Dipper and Mabel, Phineas Flynn, Lilo & Stitch
  • Enemies: Dr. Drakken, Shego, The Baroness, Destro, Jack Spicer, Raven Darkholme/Mystique, Katarina
  • Rivals: Libby Chessler
  • Just as broken clocks are capable of telling the time twice a day, Drakken actually managed to devise a plan that nearly worked. Buying out a taco chain, he dished out thousands of toys to various Houses, little did they know that they could transform into giant killer robots. It was the intervention of a red-headed heroine that managed to destroy the control tower that deactivated the machines.
  • It was then that the gods decided to hand her The Cheerleader title…only to be challenged by Juliet Starling. The gods decided to put the two to the test to see which one had the acrobatics to deserve the title. Just as a winner was about to be announced, one particular cheerleader denounced the contest; Libby declared neither of them fit the title because they do not match common cheerleader traits of shallow ruthless AlphaBitches that Really Get Around. The Court of the Gods agreed with the ruling, but thanks to Buffy Summers and Claire Bennet, compensated by giving the two other titles. Juliet would get the Teenaged Speak title.
  • When she was denied the cheerleader spot, she was met with a surprising ally. Although wary of cheerleaders in general, Sabrina would have preferred her to whatever Libby and her posse would choose for the title. Afterwards, she, Sabrina, and Juliet egged Libby's temple in a fit of revenge.
  • As one of her inspirations, she holds Buffy to high regard. The two teenager gods may have different professions, but the similarities cannot be denied. Expect these two to work together whenever super villains are using vampires to take over the world.
  • As someone who had to deal with school as well as crime-fighting when he was younger, Spider-Man has tasked himself with helping Kim deal with stress. He has had far less luck with Ron, who has a debilitating fear of bugs. A shame, as many gods thought the two would have been great friends.
  • Many evil gods made the mistake that a teenaged girl would be no problem to crush. Jack Spicer thought his army of Jackbots would be enough. The fight lasted two minutes.
  • There are many other villainous gods that are competing with Drakken for Kim's hate list. Among them is the Baroness and Destro, as the couple have proven to be a tougher nut to crack than she previously anticipated.
  • There was one time where Ron was much more competent in fighting crime than usual. When Kim confronted him on this, he attacked her. At first she thought he had turned evil again, but as the fight continued on, 'Ron' revealed himself to be the shapeshifter Mystique. When the assassin found out she couldn't defeat Kim that easily, she backed away. Kim's now employing countermeasures against future breaches.
  • However, no villain has pestered her more than Katarina, Goddess of Dark Action Girls. It's to a point that Kim can expect an ambush from the Sinister Blade whenever she's in a mission. Thankfully, she's been able to fend her off with a few close shaves. She suspects that Katarina is doing this for her mortal enemy Shego. It may only be a matter of time before Kat figures out a way to ascend her.
  • It didn't take long, but Shego gave her a rude awakening with a punch to the face. Shego's back, and Kim how has to deal with one of her most dangerous foes in the Pantheon as well.
  • While her source of intel Wade has been reliable, she had to get a new one in the Pantheon. That role went squarely on Otacon. He fits the role perfectly to the point that he and Ron constantly discuss anime. Kim merely shakes her head at their antics.
  • Was quickly greeted by the God of Spies himself. It takes a lot to impress James Bond, but saving the world multiple times when only a teenager can sure do the trick. Thankfully, he's refrained from putting the moves on her, respecting her relationship with Ron. That doesn't stop the sidekick from feeling jealous whenever he's around.
  • Things were made worse when he ascended, making sure to keep close to Kim at all times. Still, she's glad that he has his own temple now.
  • Was greeted along with her fellow original Disney cartoon gods as a well-deserved addition. Their numbers have been small compared to the Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network deities. They hope to remedy that problem soon enough with future ascensions.
    "What's the sitch?"
  • Also has a spot in House of School.

    Knight Gundam 
Knight Gundam, Paragon of Heroic Second Winds (Sir Knight, Knight, KG, Naito Gundamu, Medieval Gundam, THAT %&$!ING GUNDAM)
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Knight Gundam's normal form
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Knight Gundam in Full Armor mode
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His Mobile Suit form
  • Lesser God in standard form, Intermediate God in Full Armor mode, power level unknown when in Superior Dragon form (possible Overdeity)
  • Symbol: His sword, his shield, or an outline of his head
  • Theme Song: Knight Gundam Theme or Battle of Giants normally
    • However, upon reaching Full Armor mode or Superior Dragon form (or if he's doing something particularly heroic), Daikessen (aka Great Battle) will play
  • Alignment: Neutral Good personified
  • Portfolio: Anti-Villain, Locker of Rooms, Super-Deformed, Flaming Sword, The Fettered, Type 3 Unfettered, One-Handed Zweihänder, We Help the Helpless, Hot-Oiled, Knight in Shining Armor, Literal Split Personality, Almost Always uses Close Combat Weapons, Jousting Lance, The Hero, subverts Spikes of Villainy, Robot Knight, God Slayer, Magic Knight, Made of Good, His Name is His Job
  • Domains: War, Defense, Knights, Combat, Honor, Sentient Robots
  • Allies: Musha Gundam, Vulkan, The God-Emperor of Man, Asura, Jeanne d'Arc, Centorea, anyone that will defend others until their last breath, all Good-aligned Gundam deities, Master Chief, Madoka Kaname, Pantheon, Edward Elric, Alphonse Elric, Roy Mustang, Fresh Pretty Cures, Clockwork
  • Odd Friendship: Alucard
  • Enemies: The Chaos Gods, anyone that kills, hurts, or oppresses others for fun or their personal gain, all Evil-aligned Gundam deities, the Trollkaiger, Gul'dan, Black Doom, Yoshikage Kira
    • Especially hates Nurgle, as he looks exceptionally similar to Sieg Zeon, the god that he killed in Lacroa.
      • It has been speculated that this was actually Malal as the modus operandi of the two were the same (causing as much chaos as possible)
    • Ali Al-Saachez has made his shit list as he is the God of Villainy for the Hell of Itnote 
  • Ambiguous Relationships: Char Aznable, Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, Commander Shepard (depends on his/her alignment)
  • Conflicting Opinion: Beerus
  • Herald: Priest Guntank
  • High Priest: Wizard Nu
  • Arrived at the Pantheon in a ball of light immediately after the events of Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3, having fulfilled his goal of uniting humanity. His arrival was spotty, to say the least. He was immediately confronted by the 501st and 3 legions of the Imperial Guard, under the impression that he was an attacker. Knight Gundam, for his part, put his weapons down and stayed exactly where he was to show his peaceful ambitions.
    • After careful inspection, he was granted ascension in honor of all he had done before his arrival to the Pantheon.
  • After seeing how everyone treated Madoka, he naturally assumed that she was the queen, and pledged his undying loyalty to her on his honor as a knight.
    • Upon finding out this was not the case, he still stood by his words, saying he had only given that pledge once before, and that he had stood by it.
    • Many are afraid of what would happen if she were hurt or even killed when he was unable to help her.
  • He rarely uses his magic in battle, but when he does, beware. He has a confirmed control of fire and lightning, and it is unsure if he also has control of air and earth.note 
  • He has a spot in the GUAG Sacred Knights, since he is the pinnacle of what at least a few knights are trying to reach: unwavering bravery, great power, the ability to continue getting up no matter what, and the willingness to sacrifice himself for the sake of peace.
  • Was enraged once he learned Beerus' "job" and nearly went on a rampage to destroy him. He calmed down significantly when he was eventually convinced that he didn't stand a chance against him. Afterwards, the two had a heated conversation about the morals of destroying a planet. After this, they got along fine.
  • Understood Homura's reasoning for what she did during the Great Upheaval and has joined Master Chief's defense of her.
  • Has struck up an odd friendship with Alucard, due to their commonality in meeting one of their greatest allies (who just happened to be women in trouble) during a "vigorous walk through the woods."
  • Has made very good friends with Jeanne d'Arc and Centorea, as they are all knights with strict codes of honor.
  • After learning Asura's backstory, he approached Asura and drew his sword for no apparent reason. He then held it at chest level with the sword at the middle of his body, swinging it off to one side. He then sheathed it and walked away. Absolutely baffled, Asura asked Jeanne what had happened. As it turned out, it was a knight's salute, one of the highest honors a knight can give.
  • Has two different sizes: a "standard" 6-foot-tall height (his SD size) and a 20-meter height (his Mobile Suit height). He prefers his 6-foot-tall height for obvious reasons.
    • Can only emote in his SD form, and only through his eyes. In his MS form, it is nigh impossible to tell his emotions.
  • Several who have seen him fight say that he seems like he is under the effect of a permanent second wind.
  • A few people hope that he and Saitama never face in battle, due to the resultant Unstoppable Force Meets Immovable Object paradoxnote .
  • Has offered to help Setsuna F. Seiei with killing Rau Le Creuset
  • His temple looks like a Christian church, complete with pews, a papal, and an organ.
  • Some Hot-Blooded characters were initially unsure what to think of him, since he is a hot-blooded robot, but they eventually got used to him.
  • Upon meeting Sei Iori, the latter literally passed out due to excitement.
  • He became depressed when he learned from Trunks that he only got humanity to work together in the timeline that he created, and that he had created shattered timelines through what he had done, causing more harm than good. He's come to grips with it, though.
  • Due to being sentient, does not have to worry about being stolen by Anavel Gato. However, when they're in the same general area, the Knight Gundam will almost always be in his SD form unless they're fighting.
  • Lately, it seems that he and Zero sound similar to each other when they speak English.
  • Also, when he and the Fresh Pretty Cures ran into each other, they were suspicious of him at first due to him sounding like Westar. After he'd told them about his heroic deeds, they were touched by his heroism and have worked together as allies since then.
    • He is also good friends with the Elric brothers and Colonel Mustang due to the fact that Jean Havoc, a friend of those three, sounded like him at one point.
  • When asked who he would like to fight if given the chance, he recalled something he'd read in the Pantheon's (large) library about a sword-wielding mecha called Escaflowne.
  • Openly threatening someone in front of him is a bad idea, but threatening someone that he likes and has made a point to help (especially children) is tied with making Asura angry on the list of dumb things to do, as [REDACTED] of the Trollkaiger found out the hard way.
    Knight Gundam: I WILL FUCKING MURDER YOU!!!
  • Has gained infamy among the House of Gaming as being one of the hardest final bosses ever. In most games, the final boss could be defeated in a few tries, but in Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 3, even the best among them took a minimum of fifteen tries to beat.
  • Often found sparring with others in the Arena. He forged a friendship with Pantheon this way due to their commonality in preferring to engage in honorable close combat.
  • There have been rumors of him secretly hiding a set of centaur legs under his cloak due to events in a different world. This was quickly disproved by him, but several people in the House of Technology built him a Centaur pack to wear on his back.
  • When holding Aghanim's Scepter, he is able to be in his Full Armor mode indefinitely, and does need the magic tablet to trigger it.

Demigods

    Adventure DigiDestined 
The 1999 DigiDestinedMembers , Divine Saviors of Two Worlds (The Chosen Children; Taichi: Tai Kamiya, Goggle Boy; Yamato: Matt; Koushiro: Izzy; Jo: Joe; Takeru: T.K.; Hikari: Kari Kamiya)
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Clockwise from top right: Mimi, Kari, Joe, T.K., Matt, Sora,
with Izzy (left) and Tai (right) in the center
  • Demideities (their Digimon go up to Greater rank)
  • Symbol: Their respective Crests
  • Theme Song: "Butter-Fly", "Brave Heart"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Chosen Many, Trapped in Another World, Breaking the Fellowship, Ragtag Bunch of Misfits, Contrasting Concerns Between Mission Progress and Team Safety (Tai and Matt), Ambiguous Love Triangle (Tai, Matt, and Sora), Ship Tease (Izzy and Mimi), Like Brother and Sister (Mimi and Joe), Punny Name (Matt and T.K., in the original Japanese), Living With Different Divorced Parents (Matt and T.K.)
  • Domains: Mons, The Internet, Teamwork, Good, Light
  • Heralds: Agumon, Gabumon, Biyomon, Tentomon, Palmon, Gomamon, Patamon, Tailmon, Meiko Mochizuki
  • Allies: Good Digimon deities (especially Wizardmon and Numemon), GUAG White Hats, many Pokémon deities, Sora, Shin Megami Tensei heroes, Lyoko Warriors, Pretty Cure and Tales Series teams
  • Enemies: Evil Digimon deities (especially Millenniumon and Diaboromon), Grand United Alliance of Machines, Agent Smith, Nobuyuki Sugou, Teseo, MCP, Sark, CLU 2, Missingno., all Pokémon villains, Chernabog, Light of Destruction, Monokuma, Light Yagami, Lucifer, YHVH, Thaal Sinestro, Atrocitus, Larfleeze, Nekron, Parallax
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Life Entity
  • Oppose: Wiz and Boomstick
  • Complicated Relations: Red
  • On August 1, 1999, seven kids in summer camp went on the journey of a lifetime when they found themselves thrust into a strange world inhabited by creatures called Digimon. The kids befriended seven of them and searched for a way to return home. They discovered that the reason they were there was that they had a destiny to fulfill, which was to save the Digital World from the powers of darkness. As their adventure continued, their world was endangered by those same powers, and the team acquired an eighth member and Digimon. After facing many more enemies and some instances of the team splitting up, the gang faced their final foe with all they had and were allowed to return home for good, albeit leaving their Digimon behind. But it wouldn't be the last time they'd see each other.
  • Months later in 2000, they had to stop Diaboromon from causing chaos on the web. With things escalating to the point Diaboromon was about to launch a nuke, WarGreymon and MetalGarurumon fused into Omegamon and dispatched the multiplying Digimon. Then in 2002, the gang, stripped of their Crests, had to take the back seat and mentor a new batch of DigiDestined (though TK and Kari were still able to join them). They were put in the frontlines again in 2005, joined by the new DigiDestined Mei and her partner Meicoomon as they unveiled the mystery behind a virus that caused Digimon to go berserk. When they succeeded in saving both worlds again, the Pantheon decided it was high time they were given a spot in the Pantheon to celebrate their deeds.
  • Their arrival had good timing as a conflict between the White Hats and the GUAM was raging on. XANA's ability to possess living beings had evolved to the point where it could now take over creatures from Monster Hunter, which were then sent to wreak havoc in several universes, and the White Hats were having trouble responding to them. But the DigiDestined were used to adventuring in strange worlds and their Digimon were up to the task of subduing the monsters, which most found impressive, especially XANA's archenemies, the Lyoko Warriors. After this feat, and given their established responsibilities as the DigiDestined, they often work with the White Hats to protect both the organic and the digital realms from those who'd seek to do harm to either of them, of which the GUAM is a prime example given their goal is to replace organic life, which is not unlike some of the enemies the DigiDestined have faced in the past.
  • Once things settled down, the DigiDestined went around the Pantheon to greet the other Digimon deities already present, starting with their 2002 successors, who'd ironically gotten in before them as they weren't as busy (to say the least) at the time. The original eight were rather anxious to ascertain that they were alright after their bad experience with Alphamon. The 02 DigiDestined just told them not to worry and that they'd been training hard in the Pantheon to make sure they're not burdens to their seniors. They also congratulated the whole team on achieving Mega level and told TK and Kari not to hold back as Yolei and Cody could fend for themselves.
    • Were surprised at the presence of another Omegamon in the Pantheon, and nervous when they learned it was a Royal Knights member, who they haven't had the best relationship with. However TRON interceded in its favor, explaining how the Royal Knights had been protecting him from CLU for a long time. The 02 DigiDestined also put in that Omegamon had helped them a lot when they'd first arrived. This put the eight's fears to rest.
    • Were absolutely astonished at Wizardmon being alive and well, with Kari and Gatomon being particularly affected; many tears were shed at their reunion. Wizardmon can now usually be found at the DigiDestined's side when they go on missions. Some of the Numemon also took Kari and Mimi's ascension as cause to celebrate, much to the latter's disgust.
    • Abhor the deification of their old enemies Millenniumon and Diaboromon, though were surprised that the former seems to be relatively chill compared to how it was. Of course, part of this is that Millenniumon somehow found a partner in the kooky hacker Radical Ed and it doesn't really resent the arrangement. Though definitely finding the partnership odd, the eight won't protest since without it Millenniumon would probably the worst possible threat they could contend with. So they focus their attention on the more immediately dangerous Diaboromon, who's been visiting Teseo of the Seven an awful lot...
    • They at first believed Lucemon was good given his angelic appearance and the fact that their universe has a fairly rigid dichotomy of good light and bad darkness. Lucemon approached them affecting to be friendly, only to get shot by Beelzemon, whom the eight turned on thinking he was Obviously Evil. At that point the Royal Knights intervened and explained to the eight that Lucemon actually was one of the worst villains to ever come out of their multiverse, while Beelzemon was alright, despite appearances. The eight then apologized to Beelzemon, though he just left without a word. Nonetheless, they are friendly to him whenever they cross paths, especially Kari who often takes the initiative to go find him.
  • Because their Digivices and Crests are activated by emotions, the DigiDestined have become acquainted to the various Lantern Corps from the DC Universe:
    • To the suprise of no one, Tai became good friends with Hal Jordan, finding they are similarly brave and determined. Hal sees much of himself in the boy and even thinks Tai would be worthy of a Green Lantern ring. Unfortunately, this brought some unwanted attention from Sinestro, who hates Tai for reminding him of Hal, and Parallax, who thinks that breaking Taichi's will would be very satisfying. Since then, Hal has done everything he can to keep Taichi safe.
    • Sora was initially creeped out when she learned that the Star Sapphire Corps encase their recruits inside crystals so they can feel nothing but love, but she is glad that Carol Ferris is at least trying to improve things. She also genuinely hopes she can fix her relationship with Hal; at the same time, Carol wishes her the best for relationship with Matt.
    • T.K. admires Saint Walker for embodying the virtue of hope and constantly inspiring others to always believe in hope, even in the harshest of times. Walker, in turn, sees much of himself in the boy and has promised to keep him safe. Unfortunately, this brought some unwanted attention from Atrocitus, who took notice of T.K.'s hidden dark side and believes he could corrupt him with a Red Lantern ring. TK has done his best to keep away from the Red Lantern, especially after seeing him fight Seraphimon to a draw. He does at least feel sorry that Atrocitus lost his family to the Manhunters but that as much sympathy as he is willing to give him.
    • Kari feels strange whenever she gets close to the Life Entity, reminding her of Homeostasis, the strange digital entity that took possession of her body. Although she and the other DigiDestined respect the Life Entity's dedication to maintain the balance of life, they were disappointed to learn that the Entity only cared about cosmic balance and was willing to use the living as pawns to further its plans. Unfortunately for the DigiDestined, Nekron developed an extreme hatred for Kari, thinking her affinity to light might ruin his plans. Kari is completely terrified of Nekron, even having flashbacks of the Dark Ocean whenever she sees him, forcing the DigiDestined to cooperate with the Life Entity to keep her safe.
    • The DigiDestined got into some trouble with Larfleeze, who wanted to collect their Digivices and Crests, especially Taichi's for being orange, but considering the huge amount of enemies they have garnered in the Pantheon, they know Larfleeze is the least of their problems.
  • August 1 is celebrated by them as the Odaiba Memorial Day, Odaiba being where most of the DigiDestined live. It's also widely celebrated in the Pantheon with the alternate name of Digimon Day, extending into August 3 (that being the end date of their adventure), with such things as a marathon of all the Digimon anime and movies happening at the House of Theater, and all the Digimon deities receiving gifts from the House of Celebration.
  • Whether some like it or not, Matt and Sora are pursuing their romance even in the Pantheon. Some deities wonder why Sora wouldn't go for Tai, thinking they'd be a better match. Other deities, mostly from the House of Love, counter that there's no sense in asking why and what's important is that Matt and Sora are happy together. The couple themselves pay no attention to the whole debate and Tai wishes them the best.
  • Deities wasted no time in contriving a meeting between the DigiDestined and Ash Ketchum, given the many comparisons between their two universes. Wiz and Boomstick have also theorized that WarGreymon would trounce Charizard in a fight and they were eager to see if it would be proven now that they're in the same plane of existence. The fact is, the DigiDestined can't really wrap their heads around the idea of mons fighting for sport, since all the times they had to fight, it was for their lives. They've also seen how destructive Digimon can be and the bad rep they get from it. Ash doesn't fully get it and thinks a friendly match wouldn't do any harm, but has decided to respect the DigiDestined's wishes. Whenever they meet, it's to hang out peacefully, and their Digimon like to play with Ash's Pokémon.
  • Then there was Red, who was the opponent Tai was pitted against in Wiz and Boomstick's simulation. Red unfortunately has been brainwashed by Missingno. into believing the duel really did happen and that he was incinerated by Tai and WarGreymon. Upon hearing that Tai got into the Pantheon at last, PTSD kicked in and Red nearly attacked Tai (no mons involved) but was held back by the rest of the DigiDestined. They demanded an explanation from Wiz and Boomstick, who told them about Missingno., and given the glitch's nature the DigiDestined easily went and beat the crap out of it. Unfortunately that by itself wasn't enough to snap Red out of it and the DigiDestined are looking for a way to do so.
  • Hearing the crimes that organizations like Team Rocket and many others committed against Pokémon really struck a chord in the DigiDestined as they imagined how they'd react if Digimon got targeted in such a way (something that's never really happened in their universe as the Digimon's existence was unknown). Unfortunately it's already happened to the 02 DigiDestined as Team Rocket tried to steal V-mon, so the original eight are extra vigilant, though the Digimon themselves are quite confident they could kick those teams' collective butts without breaking a sweat.
  • Among the other types of mons they've met in the Pantheon, it's the demons of Shin Megami Tensei that they find the most striking. For one thing, Digimon also tend to be based on mythology and folklore, and for another, the heroes of that universe use computer technology to summon them. On the other hand, the relationships between those heroes and demons also tend to be a lot more dangerous, and the DigiDestined were appalled at how they treated each other and there seemed to be very little in the way of genuine friendship. But then, the SMT universe runs on dog-eat-dog logic much more than the Digimon one, a fact that became clear to the DigiDestined once they were told about the GUAL and the GUAC and who leads them. While the DigiDestined accept the differences, they also think the SMT universe would be a better place for both humans and demons without those two around, so they've pledged to help take the Overdeities of Chaos and Law down.
  • While helping TRON in a battle against the MCP and Sark, they met and fought alongside his friend Sora, who felt awed at all the Digimon in action. After defeating the evil programs they acknowledged each other as warriors that fight for the light (though the eight think Sora gets awfully abstract about it sometimes) and who saved multiple worlds, so they've pledged to help each other out in the future.
  • One time, Sora asked them to fight Chernabog, as he had overpowered all the benevolent dark deities keeping him in check, and Sora thought it was appropriate to fight giant monsters with giant monsters. The DigiDestined couldn't help but be reminded of their confrontations with Devimon and VenomMyotismon while fighting the evil god. As he is the top god of evil darkness which the eight oppose, they have no objections to beating him down again and again.
  • One digital villain they find particularly vile is Agent Smith, due to his goal of destroying all of existence and being motivated by self-hatred. All this reminds them of Apocalymon, the final enemy in their first adventure, who pretty much wanted the same thing for the same reason. Just like with Apocalymon, the eight think Smith is pathetic and that he has no right to drag everyone else down with him.
  • Given their title, they are paid respects by several deities who've had to save two (or more) worlds as part of their quest. It's a common goal among Precures and Tales teams, for example.
  • Tai and Kari were once questioned as to what their relation to Light Yagami was. They've heard of no one with that name in their family tree. When told about him they were shocked to learn about his actions of killing criminals to create a world where he's revered as a god upholding an absolutist law. Needless to say, they want nothing to do with him.
  • Hot-headed and impulsive, Tai is nevertheless in possession of charisma and drive that caused the others to follow him as their leader on instinct, to the point that when he disappeared for a time, the rest of the DigiDestined disbanded. He often confused recklessness for courage and at times put everyone in danger because of it, but eventually learned to discern when he had to be cautious from when action had to be taken.
    • Bearing the Crest of Courage, Tai has a lot of affinity with the deities of the House of Courage and Cowardice, especially Guy Shishioh, who rules over bravery in general and thinks Tai is a fine example of what it means to have courage. Through Guy he also formed an unlikely friendship with a talking bunny called Ruby, the Jewelpet of Courage. Guy hopes that Ruby can learn from Tai that there's more to courage than acting thoughtlessly.
    • Pretty well-known for wearing goggles for no real reason, starting a trend for future Digimon heroes. When Naruto first met Tai he commented on how it brought back memories from when he didn't have his ninja headband yet. They bonded quite well given their impulsive and determined natures.
  • Matt is The Lancer. Matt appears to be more coolheaded than Tai, but his temper flares up more violently when pushed. They often fight due to their clashing personalities, but consider each other best friends. His parents are divorced, a fact which has left some emotional scars on Matt and led him to push others away and become overprotective of his little brother TK, but he learned to come to terms with it and leave TK to grow up. He bears the Crest of Friendship, which may seem odd given his aloof exterior, but he'd do just about anything for his friends, something he came to realize during the DigiDestined's first adventure.
    • His strong connection to The Power of Friendship, evinced by his unshakable loyalty to his friends, has gotten him a lot of allies in the House of Friendship. He's probably not about to join the Avatars of Friendship, though, because for one, he finds quite a few of the members (like Gentaro or Pinkie Pie) to be overbearing, and for two, he's not the type that goes out and easily makes friends with everyone in sight and he doesn't particularly want to be. But once someone has earned his friendship, it's a true one, and that's enough for the Friendship deities.
    • Out of all the Toku heroes he probably gets along best with Takumi Inui, aka Kamen Rider Faiz, due to how much they have in common as they both started as jerkish loners who actively avoided getting close to people, but truly care that their friends are safe. Also, both have wolf motifs, Matt through his partner Gabumon and Takumi through his nature as the Wolf Orphnoch. Granted, looking at their relationship from the outside, they both come across as huge assholes to each other, but they got each other's back in a fight.
    • He's in a band, so he can often be found at the House of Music rehearsing. Most members find it disappointing that he'd drop such a promising career to become an astronaut (not that that's a bad profession). For now, he still plays music as a hobby and often shows up at concerts at the House of Music to play either the guitar or his signature harmonica.
  • Sora is probably the most down-to-earth of the DigiDestined. She often steps in Tai and Matt's quarrels, looks after the younger ones, is relied on as much as Joe and generally keeps things in perspective for the team. She was a tomboy when younger, to the chagrin of her very traditional mother, who Sora had a hard time understanding. The pivotal moment in her self-growth came when she realized her mother was just acting out of love for her, and that it was no different from how Sora took care of Biyomon and the rest of the DigiDestined. From that point she became more secure in herself, and grew up to become more feminine.
  • Sora has chosen fashion design as her future career, so she spends time at the House of Costumes learning the craft, especially from House leader and goddess of the profession Rarity. She also plays tennis (used to be soccer in her tomboy days) and does flower arrangement (her mother's occupation) in her spare time.
  • Izzy is the brains of the team. He used to avoid social interaction in favor of losing himself in his laptop, which was a way to cope with the discovery that he was adopted. Thanks to knowing his way around a computer and doing lots of research, his knowledge proves to be vital several times throughout the journey. He also learned that some things can't be learned without the aid of people and to open himself up to them.
    • His adoptive parents are very kind and loving people, and he learned to unreservedly love them back after working through his issues. The DigiDestined's frequent work with Kirito and Asuna under the White Hats allowed him to become acquainted with their adopted daughter Yui, who managed to rise above being a program thanks to the love of her Papa and Mama. Their similar feelings for their adoptive parents made them close friends, and Yui often visits Izzy in his laptop and plays with Tentomon.
    • His innate curiosity causes him to spend a lot of time at the Houses of Knowledge, Science and Technology doing research and studying. Many of these Houses' inhabitants praise his strong interest. On the other hand, Izzy is sometimes embarrassed by how he ignores everything else when he's deeply into something.
  • Mimi could be considered as "the annoying one" of the team when they were starting out, always vocally complaining about their situation and not wanting any part of it. As their journey went on, she learned to think of the others as well and shed a lot of her initial spoiled behavior, though she never lost her will to speak her mind (which sometimes causes friction with others).
    • Her dream job is to be a cook, so she often works at the House of Food to learn. It turns out that Mimi's outspoken ways allow her to hold her own very well under the fearsome mentorship of Gordon Ramsay, who's come to admire her sincerity when everyone else seems to shrink before him.
    • Nobuyuki Sugou once took notice of her and attempted to claim her for himself like he once did to Asuna. He grossly underestimated what even a Rookie like Palmon can do to a puny human like him (seriously, she didn't even need to evolve). He got hospitalized after getting paralyzed from her Poison Ivy. Mimi and the rest of the DigiDestined think that ought to show him not to mess with any of them, though Kirito and Asuna tell them not to get their hopes up as Sugou never seems to learn...
  • Joe is the oldest of the team, so he feels he has to be responsible for the rest of the DigiDestined. He has problems living up to this since he's pretty weak-willed and neurotic. Nevertheless, he is honest in his intentions and tries his best. In later adventures he tends to be the most absent of the team due to studying hard to fulfill his family's wish to become a doctor. His relationship with the rest of the team is often strained as a result, but when things are really dire, he'll choose to help his friends.
    • While Joe respects his family's wishes for his future, he's also put in his own twist by wanting to become a Digimon doctor. The bearer of the Crest of Reliability now trains with other doctors of non-humans such as Iwashiro Tessho and Jayfeather (the latter of which likes to take potshots at Joe when he messes up) and working alongside Brock, himself an aspiring Pokémon doctor, to have a better shot at achieving his dream. He's also encouraged by the team's ally Emu Hojo, a doctor himself, to work hard.
  • TK is Matt's younger brother. Originally a coddled crybaby who couldn't do anything by himself, he matured to a great extent thanks to his digital adventure, becoming a more levelheaded and witty Nice Guy, especially when compared to his abrasive older brother. He's also part of the 02 DigiDestined.
    • Angemon's death to Devimon was traumatic for TK, and he's become particularly hostile to those who use darkness for evil as a result. A lot of people exaggerate this into TK hating anything to do with darkness, but that's not really true. But it's caused even benevolent darkness deities to tread carefully around him at any rate, most importantly fellow DigiDestined Koichi Kimura, who has a past as the corrupted warrior of darkness before being purified.
  • Being the Crest of Hope's bearer has led him to get along with various Hope Bringers in the Pantheon, like Makoto Naegi and Hajime Hinata. Though if we're honest, TK hasn't shown much in the way of Hope Bringer tendencies; he's more of a "won't lose his own hope" type of person. Monokuma hates him at any rate, because he's another element that makes it hard to bring absolute despair.
  • Kari is Tai's younger sister and is TK's age. She was a belated addition to the team since she missed out on going to the fateful summer camp due to illness. She has a gentle demeanor, always puts others before herself and seems incapable of hating anyone. As she grew older, she became healthier and more self-confident. Like TK, she was also a regular member of the 02 DigiDestined.
    • Kari's status as a Mysterious Waif has allowed certain abstract, light-based beings to use her as a conduit in the past, like Homeostasis so it could speak to the DigiDestined. She doesn't exactly enjoy this. As it happens, the Light of Destruction can also use her in this way, which it does to troll the DigiDestined by making them hear awful things come out of such a sweet girl's mouth. Kari is trying to develop enough strength of mind to be able to expel it at will.
    • Used to be an Ill Girl, causing no end of worries to Tai. However, as she grew up she also grew physically stronger. For this reason she became friends with Wally, who's also a kind boy that managed to overcome his health problems to become a strong and independent person.
    • She's quite the All-Loving Hero, able to show genuine care even for widely reviled creatures like Numemon when she found a bunch of them slaving away for Machinedramon. As already alluded to, the Numemon in the Pantheon adore her for this. It also got her the friendship of Nausicaa when the princess heard about it and was reminded of her own relationship with the Ohmu.
    • As one of her dreams is to see a world where humans and Digimon live together, she's the most interested in the partnerships that certain Digimon have formed with other deities in the Pantheon. She often goes to meet such deities to ask them if they're happy with Digimon and how the partnerships happened.

    Dudley Do-Right 
Dudley Do-Right, God of Unnecessary Acts of Good Deeds
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  • Theme Song: His Theme Song
  • Demigod
  • Symbols: His Mountie badge
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: One of the most morally upstanding heroes in the Pantheon, Can be dumb at times, Idiot Hero even to the point of Lawful Stupid, Is in love with Nell
  • Domains: Good, Law, Honor
  • Herald: His horse "Horse"
  • Allies: The Houses of Heroes and Justice (to an extent), The Lone Ranger, Miko Miyazaki, Smokey Bear, Inspector Javert
  • Enemies: The House of Villains in general, especially Snidely Whiplash, Molag Bal, General Tarquin, Crow (Nefarious)
  • Oppooses: Yogi Bear
  • Observed by: Wander, Raiden
  • Odd Friendship: Dr. Evil
  • Good Counterpart to: Dick Dastardly and Mutley
  • Snidely Whiplash had thought he place enough traps and complications to prevent his arch-nemesis from ever ascending. He had hoped that his opponent's absence would give him ample room to make a name for himself. When he went through a routine exercise with Nell by laying her across a rail track, his worse fears were realized when he was quickly subdued by a familiar man with a red suit. It was indeed Dudley Do-Right with a paper officially allowing him access to the Pantheon. Snidely groaned as he was taken away by the authorities, realizing that their antics will now carry over to the Pantheon.
  • While the GUAG celebrated alongside him for his ascension, many of their members were privately groaning at the prospect of working with the man. Many have heard horrifying stories of how far Dudley went to honor the law when it was more convenient to just do the right thing. Not even Nell herself is immune to his interpretation of the law as she was arrested one time for using the wrong stamp for her letter in her plea for help. As such, Dudley finds it difficult finding people who are willing to work with him.
  • It didn't help that the person who most appreciated his meticulous respect for the law was Miko, the Goddess of Lawful Stupidity. She claims to have always admired the Mountie and believes he is justified in every thing that he has done. The only thing that gets her worked up is why he gets to be Lawful Good while she couldn't. The GUAG stated that while Dudley can be... annoying at times, he still does it out of the hopes of doing good. That and his antics are merely annoying while she remains unrepentant for murdering her boss.
  • In response to Dudley's ascension, Snidely turned to an old friend for some help. Dick Dastardly may well be the polar opposite of Dudley. For every act of good Dudley does to someone who didn't ask for it, Dastardly ends up undoing it when there was no need in the first place. He was more than happy to make Mr. Do-Right's life miserable. What followed was a battle of wits to see who would give up first. It shows signs of stopping as the two unwittingly undid their own plans.
  • Word of his ascension reached the ears of underlings, who came to those of Molag Bal's. Though ultimately he finds that the do-gooder wouldn't be much of a threat to him in the grand scheme of things, nonetheless the Daedric Prince finds his dogmatic heroism and virtues disgusting. As such, he tasked some of his lesser minions to go after Dudley however the GUAG was quick to notice the God of Scheme's plot and take action.
  • The ascension of a Canadian Mountie was a long time coming. There has been a lack of rangers in the Pantheon proper, so for Smokey the Bear this was a pleasant surprise. He tasked Dudley to watch for any suspicious activities. That order had to be revised after several complains emerged from Dudley arresting people for crimes as innocent as walking off the designated pathway.
  • He personally sought to take over the role of finally bringing that pesky Yogi Bear and his partner Boo Boo to justice. Unfortunately, the two bears turned out to be smarter than he realized. Mere Paper Thin Disguises were enough to throw him off their trail for a long time. Afterwards it was the issue of finding where the bears would strike as the duo has been highly effective in eluding him.
  • The Lone Ranger sees a lot of him in the man... in certain areas. He made it his life work to make sure others will have the justice he was initially robbed of. With that said, he is worried about Dudley's Lawful Stupid tendencies. He is also weirded out that he names his horse "Horse". Besides giving the horse a better name, Reid hopes that some of his more tender moments would rub off on Dudley.
  • For Javert, it allowed for another person willing to go to the ends of the earth to hunt fown Valjean to aid him on his quest. The two work well as a pairing as they work to adhere to the law, even though Dudley insists in helping people outside the law. The Mountie felt bad with Javert's fate and hopes to help the officer achieve redemption.
  • Tarquin has made it his mission to teach villains throughout the universe how to get the advantage over their heroic foes. He even wrote a book to minions on how to handle common heroic tactics. A person like Mr. Do-Right only causes him to shake his head on how he could succeed in anything. Even with his advice, Do-Right manages to succeed with sheer force of ignorance and determination.
  • Crow has considered using his own successes to defeat Dudley Do-Right once and for all, but has decided not to. He figured that Snidely wouldn't want others to help him without his own permission, and doing the deed himself would diminish the mustache-twirling villain's presence. For now, he decided to give Snidely closes as to how he can prevent Dudley from winning.
  • Dr. Evil stated that he would have probably taken a liking to Dudley, even during his time as a villain. He could tell that the Mountie was the perfect person to test his death traps to see of the do-gooder could escape. Nowadays, Dudley considers him to be a friend, happy to see the former villain turn a new leaf.
  • Unknown to the Mountie, he has been under observation from two polar opposite deities: Wander and Raiden. Wander represents the Chaotic Good goal of happiness for all while Raiden represents the Lawful Good goal of seeking justice for all. Dudley is more aligned with the cyber ninja, but he heeded Wander's concerns about the do-gooder's tendency to disregard other people's circumstances. This he allowed Wander to tag Dudley around to show him he doesn't always have to adhere completely to the law. It remains to be seen if any of it has had an effect.

    George McFly 
George Douglas McFly, God of Averting Date Rape
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