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Intermediate Gods

    Astro Boy 
Astro Boy, God of Heroic Automatons (Mighty Atom, Tobio Tenma, The Atomic Wonder Child)
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    Axl (Mega Man
Axl, God of Heroes With X Scars (Prototype)
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    The F.I.S Receptor Children 
Maria Cadenzavna Eve, Kirika Akatsuki and Shirabe Tsukuyomi, Goddesses of New Costumes Upon Turning Good (The F.I.S Receptor Children, Maria: Useless, Useless Tentacle Woman, Failed Wielder, Shirabe: Buzzkill, Jii~, Kirika: Kiri-chan, DMG, DESS, Shirabe and Kirika: DMJii)
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Left to right:Maria, Kirika, and Shirabe
Their Symphogears, pre-Heel Face Turn 
In Ignite Mode 
X-Drive Mode 
  • Shirabe has been seen to be getting along well with Sophie as the both of them share some Physical traits as well as emotional traits (or lack thereof) as well.
    • She's also good friends with Subaru Nakajima due to their shared methods of travel. After seeing Shirabe's fighting style, Subaru has considered incorporating more long ranged attacks on top of her already high agility.
  • Many deities have noted Maria and Tsubasa being very close to each other. Any time another deity will ask about this, the both will vehemently deny interest in each other.
  • Due to the fact that Kirika will often put "Dess" (Death) in her sentences or whenever she gets surprised, she does it so many times that many deities have started a Drinking Game around it.
  • After the girls learned that Ellen Kurokawa, Setsuna Higashi and Chase due to all of them originally being evil and turning good, moreso Setsuna as she gained a new costume upon becoming good.
  • Also present in House of Costumes.

    Igor 
Igor, God of Creepy Goodness
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    The Powerpuff Girls 
Blossom, Bubbles, and Buttercup, Goddesses Made of Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice and Fingerless Hands (The Powerpuff Girls, The Powderpuff Girls, The Girls)
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    Swamp Thing 
Swamp Thing, God of Horrifying Heroes (Alec Holland [in his former life up until Brightest Day])
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A mix-mash of leaves
  • Theme song: Swamp Thing theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: THE Anthropomorphic Personification of Plants, Becoming the Mask, Creepy Good, Gaia's Vengeance, Nature Hero, Plant Person, Green Thumb, Healing Factor, Super Strength, Tomato in the Mirror
  • Domains: Good, Plants, Heroism, Sun, Ruins
  • High Priest: The Man Thing (his Marvel counterpart)
  • Allies: All benevolent deities in the House of Plants, especially Kurama, Captain Planet, Viridi, Buddy Baker/Animal Man, Superman, John Constantine, Leslie Knope, Amateratsu
  • Enemies: Hexxus, Hedorah, SCP-106, C. Montgomery Burns, Anton Arcane
  • Rivals: Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy, Batman (though currently in friendly terms)
  • Opposes: Exdeath, Durathror, ''Mordremoth'', Audrey II, Petey Piranha, Flowey, all necromancer deities
  • Opposed by: The GUAD
  • Odd Friendship With: Deadpool
  • Although Kurama enjoys much support as the God of Plants, he did not have a lot in the way of allies, even in the House of Plants. Mordremoth launched a successful campaign from allowing any other benevolent plant god from entering. In desperation, Kurama turned to the House of Heroes in search of any reservations. Thankfully, there was one among his followers who could get a spot: Swamp Thing received the title of Horrifying Heroes as one of the more well-known examples bolstered by the writing of Alan Moore among others.
    • Just before he was about to receive the title, the Swamp Thing was hit by a massive mind blast. Mordremoth heard of the attempted deification and attempted a hostile takeover of his hivemind. To his surprise, Swamp Thing managed to shrug off the mind control. This summated his place in the House of Heroes.
  • The Swamp Thing has an interesting relationship with his high priest, the Man Thing. The two share the same creator, with Man Thing preceding him by at least a year. It was Alan Moore that helped raise Swamp Thing to prominence, eventually winning favor of the gods to be deified. Man Thing did not care either way, and the two are on friendly terms with each other.
  • His ascension was met with a subdued celebration from Buddy Baker. He has always been reluctant with his powers, but he will now have no choice but to take a more prominent role. Both are part of a trio of competing aspects in their world: Swamp Thing as the Green for plants and Animal Man as the Red for animals. Both agree to prevent the third aspect, the Rot, from entering the Pantheon.
    • As a response, the GUAD has set sites on Swamp Thing as one of the first to kill. A being that can command that many plants would be useful in ending all plant life. They were successful before in a previous encounter and there is a possibility he would make another attempt at it. Both Swamp Thing and Animal Man made preparations in case the group hopes to take advantage of them.
  • Is credited as one of the few beings capable of defeating Batman, even when using prep time. The Caped Crusader is still a bit irked with that loss, but is in better terms with the Swamp Thing.
  • Swamp Thing has gone out of his way to protect the Green from pollution, earning thanks from Captain Planet while drawing anger from the God of Pollution Hexxus as well as muck monster Hedorah.
  • Superman arrived at the pantheon a short time after his ascension to greet him. It was Swamp Thing that cured him of a parasitic plant that would have killed him if not for Swamp Thing's intervention. The two shook hands briefly before the Man of Steel flew off.
  • A more surprising visitor dropped by as well. Deadpool is one of the few people in the Pantheon who knew of his origins: The being is a personification of Alec Holland who died in the area of his creation. That and the fact that the Merc with the Mouth could also qualify as a horrific hero (though barely on the heroic part) convinced him to visit. It was even more surprising that the visit was sincere, with the two parties respecting each other in the end.
  • Constantine owes his creation to being involved in one of Swamp Thing's journeys. Thus, he was grateful for the creature's ascension.
  • Both he and Poison Ivy have been at odds every time they meet. The two may agree with preserving plant life wherever they can, but that's where the agreement ends. Their followers compete over control of plant life in the Pantheon.
  • Turns out there was an alternate version of him in film. It was surprisingly well-received given the time period. The sequel... wasn't nearly as loved.
  • In Justice League Action he shares his voice with The Joker. He refuses to further comment.
  • His ascension has put a damper on Mr. Burns attempts to expand his polluting factories. Any attempt to encroach on protected land would be detected by Swamp Thing's ability to connect with plants. He would have to think hard to overcome this obstacle.
  • Beleaguered Bureaucrat Leslie Knope was more than happy with designing his temple to his liking. She made the blueprints while Swamp Thing did the construction; a relatively open space made entirely of plants. It doesn't have that many basic necessaries for housing, but that never mattered for him. Swamp Thing has become an effective enforcer of her policies.
  • As he is reliant of sunlight to function, he has taken a huge interest in the Goddess of the Sun herself, Amateratsu.
  • The Swamp Thing was distraught to find so many evil plant deities in the House of Plants. All attempts to reason with them has fallen on deaf ears. He also opposes the save scumming nature of Flowey. The God of Abusive Save Files was quick to point out that he had already contained several outcomes of their fights, some of which insist of Swamp Thing succumbing to Flowey's assaults.
    • And then Flowey was moved to the House of Plants…and something changed in him, but Swamp Thing can't figure out what.
  • One of his greatest foes as a mortal was Anton Arcane, a mad scientist with magic who hoped to achieve immortality. It's due to these encounters that he opposes all necromancer deities out of principle.
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    Tokumei Sentai Go-Busters 
Tokumei Sentai Go-BustersMembers , Battle Deities of Heroes in Leather Outfits (Hiromu: Red Buster; Ryuji: Blue Buster; Yoko: Yellow Buster; Jin: Beet Buster, Ki-Rider; Beet J. Stag: J, Jueki, Stag Buster)
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The Go-Busters in their Untransformed State. From Left to Right: Beet J. Stag, Masato Jin, Hiromu Sakurada, Ryuji Iwasaki, and Yoko Usami.
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  • Intermediate Deities as a Team, Lesser Deities Individually (Greater Deities for Hiromu, Ryuji and Yoko by Using the Powered Custom)
  • Symbol: The Go-Busters Symbol
  • Theme Song: "Busters Ready Go!"
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (Ryuji goes Chaotic Neutral in his Overheat state)
  • Portfolio: Three Plus Two teams, Rangers in Leather Outfits
  • Domains: Combat, Teamwork, Spies, Technology
  • Heralds: Cheeda Nick, Gorisaki Banana, Usada Lettuce, Ene-tan
  • Allies:
  • Odd Friendship With: Graham Aker (J only)
  • Rivals: Yoko Minato/Kamen Rider Marika (Yoko only)
  • Enemies: The GUAE Trollkaiger (especially Enter and Basco ta Jolokia), SHOCKER, Psycho Rangers, Ali Al-Saachez, Agent Smith
  • Opposes: Sosuke Aizen (Ryuji only)
  • The Go-Busters, consists of Hiromu Sakurada, Ryuji Iwasaki, Yoko Usami, Masato Jin, and Beet J. Stag, are the 36th Super Sentai team who were employed by the Energy Management Center to defend the Earth from the dimensional threat called the Vaglass led by Messiah, and later Enter, before they managed to destroy Enter for good at the cost of Jin's own well-being. What's interesting enough is their battle suit is made of leather, which makes the team so unique to any Sentai groups.
  • Initially, Jin wasn't present in the group's ascension with only four active members were present. However, the House of Technology were managed to find a way to upgrade J's programming, enabling the Buddyloid to bring Jin's physical avatar to existence and it also brought joy to the team as they reunited once more as a full team.
  • At first, they're the only post-Jetman Sentai team, along with the ToQgers, that didn't have a Power Rangers counterpart, but rather, they have a Alternate Universe versions of themselves, which they're depicted as Lighter than their main universe counterparts. However, they finally gained their own Power Rangers counterpart a few years later.
  • There was a time that the Go-Busters, sans Jin and J, teaming-up with numerous Kamen Riders and Super Sentai heroes, including their first encounter with the Gokaigers, and Kamen Riders Fourze, Meteor, OOO, and Decade, in their battle against the combined forces of Dai-Shocker and Dai-Zangyack.
    • Also as a full team, in their second encounter with the Gokaigers, the two Sentai teams had team up once more in their battles against Enter, who had teamed up with the remnants of the Zangyack Empire before they foil their plans and finished the lasts of the empire for good.
  • The teams are also close friends with the Smile Pretty Cures since they also fight alongside them in the same period of time.
  • Each of the first 3 Go-Busters possess their own super powers at their disposal, Hiromu uses his Super Speed ability which he can move at light speed, Ryuji has Super Strength ability that allows him to cause a mini earthquake by hitting the ground, and Yoko uses her Power Jump ability which allows her to jump at incredible height along with her Power Kick ability which she can perform a Diving Kick to her target.
    • On the contrary, there is a drawback on Hiromu, Ryuji and Yoko's respective super powers. In Hiromu's case, one of them is involved with his childhood traumas whenever he sees an imagery of birds (notably a chicken), or hearing the Japanese word tori, Hiromu gets paralyzed. For Ryuji, whenever he uses his Super Strength powers too much, he would go berserk to the point he can't tell friend or foe to his surroundings before he collapsed due to the strain on of his body. And for Yoko, she needs to eat anything that is sweet in order to maintain her stamina, without it she'll be immobilized.
      • Jin is also a special case since he's an avatar, he relies his transformation with his partner J. Without his partner, he can't transform.
  • Hiromu often competes with Souji Tendou, and to a lesser extent, Barry Allen, in a running race due to their abilities are similar to each other.
  • At one point, Hiromu tries to find his Buddyloid partner, Cheeda Nick, upon hearing his voice in the pantheon. However, he gets annoyed when he found out it was none other than Ali Al-Saachez. They became bitter enemies after he gained an ire of the terrorist mobile suit pilot for his countless crimes in his lifetime.
  • Ryuji became friends with Tsunade after she became impressed with his Super Strength powers.Ryuji would also doing training under her everytime he visits her temple.
  • Being good at using his social skills in a good way, Ryuji despises Sosuke Aizen considers that he uses his social skills to manipulate others in order to motivate his agendas. Although they seemed to be looked alike, Ryuji opposes his methods and tries to stay away from him as possible.
  • Due to her needs for sweet food for her energy, Yoko can be seen eating fruit cakes in Oren Pierre Alfonzo's Charmant store. As such, she became friends with Stocking since she also likes to eat anything that is sweet like her.
  • Yoko Usami has gained a rivalry with a similarly named Yoko, better known as Kamen Rider Marika, as the New Generation Rider challenges the female Go-Buster if she's a capable fighter in the same levels as her.
  • Jin can be seen hanging out with Tony Stark due to their similar personalities. The two often seen work together to put their ideas in their respective inventions.
  • J is somewhat being friends with Graham Aker due to the Mobile Suit pilot and a Buddyloid were sounded alike. The two of them often seeing training rigorously with their piloting skills since then.
  • The team were somewhat became enemies with Agent Smith since the evil AI had found them interesting after he saw their powers. However, the rangers doesn't take long to hate him since they reminded him too much of Enter.
  • At one point, the Go-Busters were being ambushed by the Psycho Rangers, who also took their forms to continue their havoc in the pantheon. It doesn't take long that the team managed to give them a payback on the evil rangers as they managed to fend them off in their duels.
  • The team were not happy upon hearing their archnemesis Enter is present in the pantheon. Considering he causes alot of trouble with the heroes back then. Worst of all they became more upset after Enter became part of both Trollkaigers (alongside his fellow Sentai villain Basco) and SHOCKER (as an employed member) to continue his chaotic spree. Luckily, the team had found some allies who happens be enemies with Enter like most good aligned Digimon deities, the White Hats, Naegi, Madoka, Ruby, Satellizer, and Neo, as they join forces in an effort to stop Enter and his cohorts from any further.
  • Busters, Ready.....GO!

Lesser Gods

    Hayate Immelmann 
Hayate Immelmann, God of Helmet-less Heroes (Haya-Haya)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Hayate's Seigfried
  • Theme song: Ichido Dake no Koi Nara
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Helmets Are Hardly Heroic, Ace Pilot, Blue Is Heroic, Dance Battler, Contrasting Sequel Main Character, Deadpan Snarker, The Gadfly, It Amused Me, Military Brat, You Gotta Have Blue Hair
  • Domains: Warfare, Flight, Love
  • Allies: Freyja Wion, Mirage Farina Jenius, Sheryl Nome, Nana, Fox McCloud, Falco Lombardi, Luke fon Fabre, Kenshin Himura, Aang, Batman, Superman, Yuuma Kousaka, Kira Yamato, Setsuna F. Seiei, Kallen Kozuki, Banagher Links, Ichika Orimura, Sonic the Hedgehog, Mordecai and Rigby
  • Enemies: Deities who enjoy killing, Nobuyuki Sugou
  • Stays away from: The house of Felines
  • Odd Friendship: The Strike Witches, 765 Pro
  • Opposes and Opposed by: Heinz Windermere
  • Before joinging Delta Squadron, Hayate was travelling from planet to planet, trying all kinds of jobs because he didn't know what he wanted to do with his life. Not long after joining Delta Squadron, Hayate found piloting to be his true calling in life.
  • Despite how unsafe it is, Hayate never wears a helmet while he's flying because the A.I in his Siegfried frequently gets in the way of his flying. While this present a hazard in the event Hayate starts to crash, it also allows for more unpredictable flying.
  • Very happy to hear Freyja Wion became part of the Pantheon. Thier reunion was celebrated by many.
  • Hayate was surprised to hear Sheryl Nome, the famous Galactic Fairy, was already present in the Pantheon and went out to meet her. Needless to say, a friendship quickly bloomed between them and she gave him her blessing. Hayate even noticed some similarities between Sheryl and his friend Mikumo Guynemer.
  • Whenever he's in a fight, Hayate always tries to defeat his enemies without taking their lives. Because of this Hayate is good friends with Luke fon Fabre, Kenshin Himura, Aang, Batman and Superman.
    • Because of his no-kills rule, Hayate can't stand people who revel in killing.
  • The Siegfried Hayate flies didn't originally belong to him but actually belonged to a senior member of Delta Squadron, Messer Ihlfeld who had unfortunately fell in battle not long before it was recommissioned for Hayate's use.
  • As expected of a mecha pilot, Hayate has become friends with other good-aligned mecha pilots in the Pantheon:
    • Is it really any surprise he gets along with Kira Yamato? Hayate wholeheartedly approves of his no-killing rule and ability to show mercy even in the heat of battle. He can even keep up with Kira in SEED mode with his music Synchronization ability, allowing both to perform stellar moves.
    • Feels a bit uneasy with Setsuna F. Seiei, thinking him a darker, more serious version of Messer. Still, he at least knows he has good intentions and respects him for allowing humanity to be at peace with an alien race, a much better outcome than the whole Windemere fiasco.
    • Enjoys getting on Kallen Kozuki's nerves, but also sees her as a good friend and wingmate. The way he puts it, "she has Mikumo's voice and Mirage's personality."
    • Good friends with Banagher Links and Ichika Orimura, mostly because they sound like Messer, but he can also relate to them with their romance problems.
  • Hayate tries to keep as far away from the house of Felines as he can because of his allergies, so some of deities enjoy pranking Hayate by leaving cat fur on his clothes.
    • Something that baffles a lot of deities though is that Hayate gets allergic to anything that has cat-like features, regardless of whether it has fur or not.
  • Recently, Hayate's been seen training with the ascended Star Fox crew as they're good practice for when Hayate is in a Old School Dogfight.
    • He can also sympathize with Fox given their mutual experiences with Disappeared Dads. James McCloud sacrificed his life to save Peppy Hare from Andross, much like Wright Immelmann detonated a bomb to save the planet Windemere, at the cost of his own life and reputation. Both pilots have come out stronger for it and resolved to keep flying.
  • Hayate's often been seen getting along well with the Strike Witches due to all of them being inspired by real fighter pilots. For that matter, he's also shown to get along well with 765 Pro because not only are they idol singers but have participated in a mecha battle, though it's unknown if Producer-san wants to add his company into Walkure, although they've recently banded to defend the idols from Nobuyuki Sugou following his ascension.
  • One time when Hayate went to the house of Power, it didn't take long before Hayate became friends with fellow mech pilot Yuuma Kousaka, but the fact that every time Yuuma says something, he sounds like Hayate weirds him out.
  • Formed a good friendship with fellow like-named deities Hayate Ayasaki and Hayate Yagami.
  • Given his carefree attitude, it's no surprise he gets along swimmingly with Sonic the Hedgehog, Mordecai and Rigby. You are likely to find them playing video games, eating junk food or fighting evil deities.
  • Was surprised and happy to learn his wingmate Mirage had ascended as well. There were some worries that his reunion with Mirage would be awkward, given his relationship with Freyja and Mirage's unrequited feelings for him. Fortunately, their friendship remained strong and there haven't been any trouble between them since.
  • Also present in the House of Headwear.

    Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy 
Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, Co-Gods of Venerable Superheroes (Real names: Tim and Ernie)
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The dynamic duo, then and now
  • Lesser Gods (Intermediate in their prime)
  • Symbol: Mermaid Man's gadget belt
  • Theme Song: The Lineman
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (both of them, though Barnacle Boy's a bit crabby)
  • Portfolio: Fat and Skinny, Old Superhero, Superhero Parodies, Only Humans In Bikini Bottom (We Think), Retired Badass, I Was Quite a Looker
  • Domains: Seniority, The Sea, Superheroes
  • High Priest: Mr Legend
  • Followers: Gligarman, Genghiz Cohen, The Green Termite
  • Allies: Arthur Curry, Bruce Wayne, Finn the Human, Diana Prince, the Powerpuff Girls, Ariel
  • Headbutting Heroes with: Spongebob Squarepants and Patrick Star (both of them), Dick Grayson, Squidward Tentacles (Barnacle Boy only)
  • On good terms with: The House of Aquatic Life
  • Enemies: Mermaid Man opposes anything "Eeeevil!". To be more specific, they oppose the following; Plankton, The Lich, Hexxus, The Sea King, Mr Burns, Ursula and the Wicked Witch of the West
  • Opposes: The House of Crime
  • Decades ago, Bikini Bottom would find itself troubled by supervillains, however superheroes existed to counter them. Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy fought against villains like the Dirty Bubble and Man-Ray, however despite all their power they were not immune to the ravages of time. Thanks to Spongebob and Patrick they would partly come out of retirement, but at their age they're still rusty.
  • They used to be part of the International Justice League of Super Acquitances, or I.J.L.S.A for short. Their members included The Quickster, the Elastic Waistband, Captain Magma and Miss Appear. Though they aren't around any more, their powers are in the form of their costumes. When a massive threat comes about the protectors of Bikini Bottom, they'll rent these costumes out to their friends. When they gave them to Spongebob and his allies, it ended up with all of them injured due to incompetence.
  • They have a complicated relationship with Spongebob and Patrick. While the two have helped them out, their massive fanboyism has caused a number of problems as well. Their first outing brought the elderly heroes out of retirement, but to stop their nuisances. Mermaid Man is a lot more forgiving than Barnacle Boy, mainly because he gets the brunt of their misfortune. Barnacle Boy will work with Squidward, however they don't get along so much despite being alike.
  • Mermaid Man's belt has a number of gadgets, however it's hard to operate and can end up backfiring(mainly on Squidward). It's main power is to shrink things, however it's not clear how to reverse this. Both Mermaid Man and Patrick believe you need to switch the M around for W or wumbo, of which the latter is well versed in. There being no known way to reverse the shrinkage though it would explain how despite being humans they're the size of a squirrel.
  • Being undersea heroes, they have a lot in common with Arthur Curry. The two are glad to see that there's a young, strong superhero protecting the sea. In general they get along with the House of Aquatic Life.
  • It's not entirely clear why Mermaid Man is called such despite being male, or wears the Seashell Bra. According to him, it has something to do with the fact Clothes Make the Superman, and is comfortable enough "fighting in colored undies" to not try and change it. It's also unclear why Barnacle Boy isn't Barnacle Man at this point, something he's frustrated with and had temporarily went evil to get some respect. So far, he's managed to get it.
  • Mermaid Man is vehemently against evil of any kind, and will go into a fit if its mentioned. He immediately joined the GUAG upon learning of the Grand United Alliance Of EVIL!!!, far more of a threat than E.V.I.Lnote  ever was. Because of their ability to manipulate water, the Wicked Witch of the West considers them a major threat. They also opposes Ursula for her desire to overthrow King Triton, and the Sea King for his association with water.
  • They were fairly neutral with Plankton, but after he tried hijacking their brains to turn people against Krabby Patties he is considered an enemy.
  • The two owe a lot to Batman and Robin, mainly their campy 60s era selves. The two get along fine with Bruce Wayne, however Barnacle Boy is pretty jealous towards Dick Grayson. he's in his sixties and still stuck in the sidekick role.
  • Living under the sea, they naturally oppose polluters like Mr Burns and Hexxus. They're also concerned with the likes of the Lich, who's capable of killing water.
  • There's currently a Mermaid Man movie in development. While Mermaid Man's excited to be back in the spotlight, Barnacle Boy is quite annoyed about being portrayed as his villainous half-brother.

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Demigods

    Finn the Human 
Finn Mertens, God of Heroic Swordsmen (Finn the Human, Pen, King of the Goblins, Davey Johnson, P-G-8-7 Mertens)
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Finn without his hat. 
Finn from season 8 onwards. 
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His iconic hat
  • Theme Song: His show's theme song. Alternatively, Island Song.
  • Alignment: Shifts between Neutral Good and Chaotic Good, heavier on the Neutral side as he got older
  • Portfolio: Token Humans, Kid Heroes, Character Development, Determination, Fighting For Great Justice and Happiness, Heroic Willpower, Gold Hair, Adorkable, Morality Chain to most of his important friends, Beware the Nice Ones, Bodyguard Crushes, Mundane Made Awesome, Pint Sized Powerhouses, Samaritan Syndrome, Heartbroken Badasses, Book Dumb, Reincarnation Of The Blue Catalyst Comet, Stock Shōnen Hero Deconstruction
  • Domains: Humankind, Adventure, Surrealism, Children
  • Heralds: Joshua and Margaret (His adoptive parents and Jake's parents), Jermaine (His adoptive brother and Jake's brother)
  • High Priest and Priestess: Prohyas and Vambre Warrior
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Opposes: Abusive and dead-beat parents
  • A former follower of Ness, he ascended in his own right when O-Haruhi-sama found records of him being the token human in a world filled with really surreal and strange beings.
    • His title was revoked however once it was revealed he wasn't the only human on Ooo. Well, not any longer, after Betty Grof entered present Ooo from the past, not to mention the truth of Susan Strong. To compensate, they gave Finn Heroes Prefer Swords since all of his prefered weapons were swords (though he had a crossbow and used an axe in his early days). Glob, even one of his swords was made from an alternate version of Finn himself.
    • Don't think he's useless without a sword, though; he fights with his bare hands just as often.
  • Now that The Lich has ascended, he swears to defeat him once and for all, no matter how many times it takes.
  • Even after twice being subjected to Ship Sinking, once when it was made clear that PB doesn't see him as more than a friend, and once when he broke his relationship with FP due to an impulsive mistake before repairing it again only up to friendship, shippers hope that his potential relationship with Huntress Wizard won't end as badly as the previous cases.
  • Due to BMO plucking Finn's facial hairs while he sleeps to keep him "forever young", Finn was forced to deal with stubble ever since BMO's own ascension (since BMO wouldn't always be there every night to trim his face) and learn how to shave.
  • Finn used to be scared of the ocean (and only the ocean- rivers and lakes don't count) probably from him almost drowning in it as a newborn while stuck on a raft. However, he eventually got over it and thus learned that his human father was still alive. Though he'd later learn that his human father is a terrible person.
  • Despite normally being Book Dumb is more than a few areas, Finn is surprisingly skilled in cartography. He's also pretty proficient with the flute.
  • It's surprising for most to know thus, but Finn has deuteranopia, a form of heredity dichromatism that makes it difficult to distinguish green hues from red.
  • Ever since drinking from a magic spring, Finn has also displayed immunity to electrical attacks, probably on par with or greater than Ash's.
  • After spending so long not knowing about his people, Finn would eventually find Ooo's last remaining humans located on a group of islands; led by none other than his mother. Fortunately, unlike his dad, Finn would find his mom to be a genuinely kind and caring person; despite initially not approving of his adventuring lifestyle.
  • Sympathizes with Yang, due to also going through a period of depression after losing his arm. Yang, meanwhile, admires Finn for how well he handled losing his arm a second time.
    • Speaking of losing his arm, there's been debate on what to do given his final scene in the series seems to have him content with not replacing it. Given how much he's needed in the Pantheon, it was decided that his last prosthetic arm would be replicated and installed on Finn; no need for other ridiculous additions, given he already killed Fern by accident with his previous one.
  • He has become slightly wary of doppelganger deities after his own doppelganger and former friend, Fern, tried to kill and replace him, and had been inadvertently forced to kill him in return (though he came back to life).
    • This distrust has since faded away after making amends with Fern.
    • Speaking of killing Fern, that event was what toned him down from being so excited with fighting, to the point where he would actively advocate for a non-violent solution to stop a war from breaking out.
  • Had an interesting adventure when bloons invaded Ooo, and almost the entire land was united to pop them all.
  • He, along with the rest of the Adventure Time were given a huge send-off from the Pantheon gods when his show finally came to an end. The newer Cartoon Network deities in particular were torn up about its ending, many of them drawing influence from the show. Amidst the many tears that were shed in the Pantheon, Finn reassured everyone that even with the show ending, he and his friends won't stop going on adventures anytime soon, even if they happen in another medium altogether. Unfortunately, it seems that avenue has been shut down, too.
  • With his show now over, he, along with Jake, Mordecai and Rigby now look over the other CN deities of The New '10s and regularly offer them guidance.

    Inigo Montoya 
Inigo Montoya, God of Spanish Heroes
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/InigoMontoya.jpg

    Madlax 
Madlax, Goddess of Extraordinarily Empowered Girls (The Gatekeeper of Hell is All Alone, Kind Killer)
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/madlax4_5825.jpg


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