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    Gan 
Gan, God of Overarching Heroes (The Other)
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  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: The Dark Tower itself
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: God of the Stephen King multiverse, Greater-Scope Paragon, Subtly Intervening To Keep Order, Eldritch Abomination from the Primordial Chaos (A Benevolent Example), Manifests As The Dark Tower, Cosmic Entity
  • Domains: Creation, Guardianship, Divinity, Order(the White), The Multiverse
  • Allies: Roland Deschain, Cosmos, The Living Tribunal, God(God, the Devil and Bob, Bruce Almighty), Chuck Shurley, Amara, Eru Illuvatar, The Love That Moves The Stars, The One Above All, The Presence, The Entity, Mata Nui, Link, Zelda, Aslan
  • Rivals: YHVH, Galeem, Eliphas
  • Enemies: The Crimson King, Randall Flagg and the Grand United Alliance of Destruction (particularly the Lich, Amatsu-Mikaboshi, Merged Zamasu, Lord English, Dharkon), The Anti-Monitor, Barbatos, Melkor, Krona, Don Thousand, Hajun, The Old Gods
  • Wary of: GOLB and Azathoth
  • In the overarching multiverse of Stephen King, Gan is the creative overforce watching over it. Having spun it from his navel, Gan is the God who the Dark Tower that maintains the multiverse is his manifestation. Ka is said to be the will of Gan, a subtle sort of Divine Intervention. It's said that he has a wife, Bessa. He was the "Other" than Pennywise spoke of between him and Maturin the Turtle.
  • Almost never directly involved with the Grand United Alliance of Good, but will influence things to help them out. He is somewhat like Eru Illuvatar, being the god figure of their respective series who function as the Greater-Scope Paragon. The two have been seen conversing with each other on the nature of existence, creation, order, chaos, good and evil. Melkor was not pleased to learn another being like Eru had ascended to the pantheon. Link and Princess Zelda occasionally receive guidance from Gan in their constant struggles against Ganondorf, seeing him as a similar entity to the Golden Goddesses of Hyrule.
  • Usually found with other Top God and God figures who think it's best to help from afar, than directly interfere. There is the God known by Bob, The One Above All and The Love That Moves The Stars. TOAA recognizes his style of being a Greater-Scope Paragon, with the Living Tribunal serving a similar function to the Dark Tower. He also feels a certain kinship with the Entity, as they are both the source of life as it's known in the worlds they come from.
  • Can be found discussing with Mata Nui about what it means to be a benevolent god, as the people of the Matoran universe worship him for his goodness. However Mata Nui was not a god in the mythical sense, and ultimately failed to prevent Makuta Teridax's rise to power. He's also friends with Aslan, a fantastic representation of Jesus, and like to discuss over what it means to be a benevolent god.
  • Emerged from the outer dark of the Prim, which makes him as much of an Eldritch Abomination as the Crimson Queen or other monsters from that. He can be considered an intelligent and benevolent Azathoth. He was not happy to learn of many malevolent deities of the Primordial Chaos such as the Chaos King, who considers Gan unnecessary intrusion and "a hapless romantic".
  • Doesn't want Krona to get anywhere near him, since he is willing to tear the multiverse apart in search for the answers to how everything came to be. And Gan spawned the Stephen King multiverse, after all. However Amara was much more pleasant, having grown out of her "not liking ordered creation" phase and along with her brother Chuck Shurley the three feel like they can sit down and have a casual conversation.
  • Is the most powerful force on the side of "the White", which represents order to the Crimson King's chaos or "the Red". A number of others who represent order consider themselves better fit to be the ultimate representation of order. Eliphas is the entity who's order is at least something Gan could understand, but has stated to YHVH and Galeem that he doesn't care for "law" being suppression of free thought and obedience. Order is simply a structured, sensible existence as opposed to void and Primordial Chaos.
  • Perceives Dharkon as a major force of the Red that Gan opposes, and the Crimson King champions. The Old Gods' chaotic desires are also part of what Gan considers to be the Red, along with God of Chaos GOLB. He is less apprehensive on GOLB due to not acting with much thought and Betty's merger altering him. However their chaos might actually be less dangerous than Hajun's desire to be utterly alone, the only thing in existence after he destroys everything. He regards Hajun as something worse, the Black or simply "the Void".
    • Like YHVH, Gan doesn't consider Lucifer's chaos to be the chaos of the Crimson King. It's more a social chaos than the cosmic chaos that works against Gan's cosmic order.
  • The GUAD considers Gan to be a major block in their plans of bringing the destruction of everything. They are trying to do what the Crimson King failed to do and tear down the Dark Tower, bringing an end to his ordered multiverse. Among those who are most invested with this are Lord English (an utterly determined soul who makes sport of slaughtering Lovecraftian gods), Zamasu (who decries Gan's Greater-Scope Paragon status as him being lazy) and the Lich (who, given similarities to the Crimson King and his relation to GOLB, takes bringing down the Dark Tower as a sort of holy mission).
  • Asides from the GUAD, the Anti-Monitor and Barbatos both want to tear down the Dark Tower. Barbatos wishes to spread his Dark Multiverse everywhere, and the Anti-Monitor finds it a possibly easier way to ensure his Anti-Matter Universe is the only one to exist. Don Thousand's desire for chaos to be supreme also leads him to want to subsume the tower.
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Greater Gods

    Hakumen 
Hakumen, God of Hero Antagonists (The White Void, The Cold Steel, The Just Sword, Jin Kisaragi, The White Susano'o, Masked Freak)
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  • Greater God, Theoretically borderline Overdeity once he's at full power
  • Symbol: His Nox Nyctores, Ookami, surrounded by eight Magatama on hid emblem
  • Theme Song: SUSANOOH, SIX-HEROES (shares this theme with the rest of the Six Heroes)
  • Weapon of Choice: Ookami
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Hero Antagonists, British Samurai, Knights Templar, Badasses Sealed Away, Weakened Badasses That Can Still Curbstomp You, Resisting the corrupting influence of the Boundary, Badass Catchphrases, Greatly Improved Future Selves, Time Paradoxes
  • Domains: Law, Good, War, Time
  • Followers: Yomotsu Hirosaka, Agent Luke Hobbs
  • Allies: Sol Badguy, Sanger Zonvolt, Archer, Kenshiro, Captain Hammer, Tsubaki Yayoi, Ky Kiske, Captain America, Raiden (both the Metal Gear one and the Mortal Kombat one), Nana
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Rachel Alucard, Jin Kisaragi, Lambda-11
  • Opposed by: Miko Miyazaki, who insists he is not worthy.
  • Rivals: Ragna the Bloodedge, Archer, Genji Shimada, Raven Branwen.
  • Opposes: Kokonoe
  • Enemies: Yuuki Terumi, Relius Clover, Vergil, Nu-13, Johan Liebert, Majin Buu, Nui Harime, Quan Chi, Monokuma and Junko Enoshima
  • Good Counterpart to: Bi-Han/Noob Saibot
  • He is the White Void. He is the Cold Steel. He is the Just Sword. With blade in hand shall he reap the sins of this world and cleanse it in the fires of destruction! He is Hakumen! The end has come!
  • Serves to atone for his sins committed as Jin Kisaragi.
  • He was the only one not present at the induction of Terumi, God of Trolling, into the Pantheon. Ironically, nor was Jin. His associates, however, report having seen him close the door to his sanctum and roar furiously while swinging Ookami around like a madman.
  • Held Sol in great respect since Hakumen considers him a shining example of redemption. He also gets along well with Sanger, occasionally sparing in swordsmanship and competing in "Who can make the more Epic Creed" contests.
  • Recently found himself a rival/Worthy Opponent in form of Archer.
    • Also gained another Worthy Opponent in the form of Vergil, though their interaction is a bit complex. Vergil views Hakumen as a Worthy Opponent because he is Jin's future self. Hakumen, however, detests him for three reasons. One, because of his lust for power, which Hakumen views as evil. Two, because he utterly loathes his past self, and he views Vergil's "compliment" as an insult. Three, Vergil reminds him of his past self.
  • Although commonly misconstrued as a Jerk Ass (like his past self), those who have seen his "Old Man's Tale" scene towards Tsubaki Yayoi know better. Some gods have even cried when they viewed that particular moment in his history.
  • In addition to shivering spines upon hearing the resonance of Nu-13's voice on her ascension, a rumble was also felt within the Pantheon. Hakumen was the cause, due to a combination of his Power of Order and his quiet, but intense rage at realizing she had arrived reaching critical levels. It should also be noted that Hakumen has a long and personal history with Nu.
  • It is for said reason that he is extremely wary of the recently ascended Lambda-11, as she holds a piece of Nu's soul within her. It is only because he understands that there's a difference he didn't attempt to strike her down the moment he saw her.
  • Regained his status as Greater God as a result of him killing Yuuki Terumi for good. In addition to that, since he was able to bypass his legendary Mind Raping techniques and kill him easily, Hakumen is able to at least withstand Mind Rape. This has made Terumi's ally Johan place him on his higher-up shit list, as Hakumen is able to at least withstand and resist against his Mind Raping and corruption skills, which were though to have been irreversable without Doktor Tenma intervening or having what's an overdose's worth of Heroic Resolve, and since Hakumen killed Terumi and the former was just at a quarter of his full power...
    • It is also said that while he could've done it without help, Hakumen this time slays Terumi because the latter was distracted by Excalibur's loony rants. For as much as a stoic man himself, Hakumen can't help but be entertained with Terumi losing his shit on Excalibur's loonydom, and that's before he told Terumi to face him and got him killed.
    • However, recent events have revealed Terumi never died and instead still lives, albeit not without consequences. Hakumen's rage at this revelation was truly something to behold, and he has sworn to finish the job.
  • Recently, he discovered that Majin Buu will come back and wreak havoc on the Pantheon once again, even after being defeated by the Z-Fighters, and has placed him highest on his shit list outside of Terumi: The very fact that he will come back even after being killed. As a result, Hakumen has been developing a plan to eliminate Buu entirely. So far, it involves summoning Excalibur and a large bag of candy he brought from Willy Wonka (to respectively exploit Buu's excessively childish personality and his wanting for candy) so he can charge up his Time Killer technique and use it on Buu to erase him entirely from existence.
  • Does not like Nui Harime, as her actions remind him of Yuuki Terumi. Surprisingly, she isn't his disciple.
  • Some portions of the Pantheon have noted that recently his vocal filter has been altered somewhat. No one knows how or why this has happened, but the general speculation is that it has something to do with his promotion to Greater God, where he had gained a significant portion of his power back from the Boundary.
  • Strangely, sometime after the conclusion of the battle between Ragna the Bloodedge and Sol Badguy, Hakumen heard rumors that someone was attempting to create clones in his image. An injured Dante revealed to him the rumors were true, but the clones had been already been disposed of by some super-powered white-coated clone of Ragna, who had disappeared after defeating him in less than a minute. He has since been on high alert for more such rumors about the clone.
  • Hakumen had a trussle with fellow cyborg-warrior Genji Shimada, where he was rather annoyed with how Genji called out his high ego and rigid code, considering the latter also led a hedonistic life, though no longer doing so. One thing Hakumen has an advantage about him is that he has no 'projectile' to deflect. However, Hakumen was not that pleased on how Genji's organization eventually fell and led the world into chaos... if it was him on charge... well, with blade in hands shall he reap the sins of that world and cleanse it with the fires of destruction, with extreme prejudice.
  • Unfortunately, despite his efforts to stop Terumi, Hakumen (as in Jin's soul) was killed in an unsavory manner by Terumi, with the Susanoo unit falling into his hands as he took it over. However, in the last moments, that soul was restored with the efforts of the actual Susanoo, who told him that he'd rather have this soul be the representative Susanoo Unit than Terumi. After being tossed back to the Boundary, Hakumen resumed his position.

Intermediate Gods

    Ann Takamaki 
Ann Takamaki, Goddess of Heroic Seductresses (Lady Ann, Anne, Anzu, Panther, "Ann Windsor")
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    Chase/Mashin Chaser/Kamen Rider Chaser 
Chase, God of Heroic Monsters (Mashin Chaser, Machine Chaser, The Grim Reaper, Roidmude 000, Proto-Zero, Kamen Rider Proto-Drive, Kamen Rider Chaser)
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Mashin Chaser 
Kamen Rider Chaser 

    Chewbacca 
Chewbacca, God of Heroic Muscle (Chewie)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His bowcaster
  • Theme Music: Flying With Chewie
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (formerly Chaotic Neutral)
  • Portfolio: Ursine Aliens, Speaks In Growls But Understood, Badass Adorable, Over 200 But Not Even Middle-Aged, I Will Tear Your Arms Off, Utterly Dedicated To Blood Brother Han Solo, Cuddle Bug, The Big Guy, The Bowcaster, Smart People Play Dejarik, Older Sidekick
  • Domains: Strength, Wookies, Friendship, Life Debts
  • Superior: George Lucas
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Opposes: Anyone who beats him at djerik
  • Chewbacca is a Wookiee from the forest planet of Kashyyyk, and veteran of the Clone Wars. When the Empire rose they used human-centrist ideology to justify enslaving a number of species, and the Wookiees along with Chewie became victims of slavery. However Han Solo would rescue him from slavery, forming a life debt and eternal friendship with him.
  • Very happy to see his friends in the Trope Pantheon, having previous been relegated to a follower of the former Robins. Ashoka was also glad to see him, since he helped Jedi younglings to fight Trandoshan slavers.
  • He's mainly the muscle of the group, skilled with the bowcaster and capable of ripping off arms from a socket. That being said, he's not stupid, just strength oriented. He plays a mean game of djerik, the Star Wars equivalent of chess. He'd end up getting banned from the House of Gaming when he was beaten at djerik and threatened to rip off the victor's arms, who apparently didn't know C-3PO's advice of "let the Wookie win".
    • Likes to give out hugs when he isn't ripping arms off.
  • Sometimes mistakes Indiana Jones for Han Solo since they look really alike. Likewise Indiana mistook him for Bigfoot. He's helped Indy with some of his archeology, using the opportunity in the jungles to mimic Tarzan again.
  • Understandably, he hates slavers of any kind, particularly when they're an entire culture that enslaves races to do their bidding. The Daleks set him off due to slaving then exterminating strong races, and the Harvesters for their overall destruction. One time he managed to be made captive of Warworld and fought in Mongul's gladiatorial games, but managed to escape with the timely arrival of the Millennium Falcon.
    • Is amazed at Ood Sigma for being a key agent in the breaking of his species' slavery.
  • Has some issue with reptilian beings, as his species' arch-enemy, the Trandoshans, regularly hunt Wookiees. This led to some friction with Madame Vastra, though it was short-lasted.
  • Resembles some sort of bear mixed with a dog. Apparently he was based off Indiana, George Lucas' Alaskan Malamute from the 1970s, who he also named Indiana Jones afterwards. This led to a kinship with the House of Canines, particularly Fox McCloud due to being a fellow space dogfighter. He and Jake the Dog also get along. He doesn't seem to like Bashmaster the Unbreakable.
  • Whenever feeling homesick, he travels to the House of Plants and travels through the forests. He got in a spot of trouble when he entered Mordremoth's territory. Other times he tests his meddle in the House of Combat!, where he got along with Android 16 due to their Bruiser with a Soft Center personality.
  • Very close to the House of Friendship, due to how much he values the concept. He and Ed get along as they're the muscles of their friend group, and Tohru for being an Older Sidekick like him. He's also fond of Faye Valentine, feeling bad about how unlike Han her suspended animation lasted for fifty years and damaged her memories.
  • In the Star Wars Legends continuity he would die helping to evacuate a planet that was about to be hit by its asteroid moon, defiant in the face of a Colony Drop. In the current continuity he lives thirty years afterwards, still with Han Solo. Tragically it'd be Han who died, by the hands of his own son no less. He's still sobbing over it, and ascended mainly so he could see his closest friend once more.
  • Betrayal in general sets him off, but if one's suicidal enough to see just how angry he can get, see his reaction to those who betray their own family like Scar murdering his brother Mufasa. This is all for personal reasons, since Kylo Ren/Ben Solo committed patricide on his father Han Solo.
  • Was two hundred years old during the Battle of Yavin. You'd never tell his age from looking at him, since Wookiees have an average lifespan of 400 years.
  • Gets really embarrassed at the fact his family first made their debut in the Star Wars Holiday Special.
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    Himitsu Sentai Gorenger 
Himitsu Sentai GorengerMembers , Original Deities of Battle Squadrons (Kaijo: Akarenger. Shinmei: Aorenger. Daita: Kirenger. Peggy: Momorenger. Kenji: Midorenger.)
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From Left to Right: Daita Oiwa, Akira Shinmei, Tsuyoshi Kaijo, Peggy Matsuyama, and Kenji Asuka.
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    Illyasviel von Einzbern 
Illyasviel von Einzbern, Goddess of Beast-Controlling Children and Heroism Through Adaptations (Illya, Ilyasviel, Ilya, Prisma Illya, Buruma, Einzbern's White Holy Grail, Caster, Alter Ego, Sitonai)
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Prisma Illya 
Spoiler 
Sitonai 
  • Intermediate Goddess (Greater Goddess in Zwei form)
  • Symbol:
  • Theme song: Tsuki no Namida, Die Lorelei and starlog, Shoujo Shinka (as Prisma Illya)
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil, becomes Chaotic Good. Neutral Good in another universe.
  • Portfolio
  • Domains: Magic, Homonculi, Heroism
  • Allies: Kiritsugu Emiya, Shirou Emiya (her younger brother), Hercules, Chloe von Einzbern, Rin Tohsaka, Miyu Edelfelt, Artoria Pendragon/Saber, Sakura Matou, Nanoha Takamachi, Fate Testarossa-Harlaown, Greed the Avaricious, Arche Klein, Haruto Soma/Kamen Rider Wizard, Mai Takatsukasa, Gertrud Barkhorn, Illyana Rasputin/Magik
  • Enemies: Gilgamesh, Kirei Kotomine, Pride the Arrogant, Father and Dante (Fullmetal Alchemist), Lust the Lascivious, Ryoma Sengoku/Kamen Rider Duke, Mordred, Dr. Gero
  • Odd Friendship: Asura, Hibiki Tachibana, Haruka Kotoura
  • Good Counterpart to: Ursula
  • Illya ascended when the court of the gods were reviewing her performance during the 5th Holy Grail War and were impressed by her skilful control over Berserker. They also ascended her because of the big difference in her motives between installments.
    • However, Illya was surprised that said Berserker, Hercules, in the realm of the Pantheon, has the ability to turn off the Mad Enchantment and thus more lucid. But because he's such a fun Big Brother Mentor, Illya treats it as a welcome change.
  • The other gods go out of their way to avoid Illya because while she has made it perfectly clear to the other deities that Berserker will never attack unless Illya tells him to (Mostly because she doesn't want to accidentally hurt someone she cares about), they're still nervous because of his name and the typical personality that is associated with it.
    • Strangely enough, Asura and Hibiki Tachibana sympathise with Illya because they know what it's like to hurt someone you care about while you're not in control of your actions.
  • Illya was glad she got to meet Nanoha again after that one time and was also glad that Nanoha and Fate became friends before Illya met them again.
  • Illya sympathises with Haruka Kotoura because she knows what it's like to feel abandoned by her family. She also knows what it's like to find out her parents deeply regretted their actions.
  • Ika Musume was impressed by Illya's methods of forcing others to be her servant; either hold them captive and threaten to hurt their friends or form an emotional bond with them. Ika prefers the first method the best.
  • Illya actively opposes Father because, as a possible vessel for the Holy Grail, she doesn't want him to create an object that effectively does the same thing. Her investigation into Father's plans led her into a fight between Lust and Greed. While Lust retreated, Greed, who has issues with his old man and with telling lies, proceeded to tell her everything. Having earned her trust that day, they've occasionally hung out since then. He considers her a good-natured change of pace compared to the other homunculi in his family (as well as hers once she told him a little about them), while she finds his honesty refreshing (even though he tends to be more careful what he says when she's got Hercules summoned, he still makes it a point not to lie to her).
    • Illya finds Father's once-herald Dante even more despicable, given that in Dante's timeline of that same world the homunculi were actually incomplete revived humans, most of whom she didn't even create but all of whom would be used for her selfish ends.
  • Illya once ran into Kiritsugu Emiya after he visited Shirou's temple once and she yelled at him for abandoning her and then broke down crying because she did a lot of things that she regretted. Kiritsugu replied by crouching down next to her, hugging her and apologizing. They then both went to the house of Nature to go looking for chestnuts like Kiritsugu promised.
  • The other gods find it odd that Illya loves Shirou but they're smart enough to know that they shouldn't tell her that Shirou's never going to notice her because Illya has a lot of imaginative ways to torture others such as lopping off all your limbs, decapitating you and cursing your head so you can't die or lose consciousness unless the head is destroyed. That said, there are a few who actually think she has a chance of getting his attention, Greed being among them.
  • One of the biggest rules of Fate, in all verses, is that Gilgamesh is the mightiest of heroes ever and the reason why he doesn't instantly win is because he never fights with more than a fraction of his power and a piece of his attention. No one, not even Shiro, Archer or Saber had ever faced Gilgamesh at his best. Illya has the honor of being the very first to break that rule and mopped the floor with him. Cleanly. This could be a form of payback for him ripping her heart out of her chest in the UBW timeline.
  • One day Illya caught Hercules at the tail end of an uneasy conversation with Princess Diana/Wonder Woman and, curious, asked him about it once Diana was gone. She then received his confession of the terrible things he'd done to Diana and her people in the superheroine's universe. Though surprised, she didn't get mad at him like he thought she would because she instantly figured out that Hera's curses of madness upon Hercules had somehow caused this to happen.
    • Curious as to why Hera's curse would make him power-hungry and evil in the DC Universe instead of simmering within him and bursting out in a fit of uncontrolled rage as usual, Illya and her Berserker went to the house of Knowledge to do some research as well as started taking a closer look at his abilities. So far they managed to figure out that fighting under Mad Enhancement helps him work Hera's madness out of his system.
    • When Herc told her that Hera helped create the Themiscyran Amazons and probably doesn't realize her fault in this matter, she realized it would be best not to tell either Hera or Wonder Woman about it until they fully figure out what's going on so they don't get the two upset — either at him or at each other.
  • Whenever she has a chat with Greed while Hercules is summoned and follows that up with another chat where he isn't, Greed will usually have some insight about the previous conversation which he didn't have before. Normally she would chalk that up to her Berserker being intimidating, but Greed only exercises extra caution around him, he doesn't tell lies, and his follow-up comments often please Illya so it would make no sense to hide them the first time around. That, and she's heard that Hercules in his normal state is a frequent patron of Greed's latest bar, Stray Dog. So she's already figured out what's really going on: Herc stands there being scary while the three of them are together, but covertly pitches in his thoughts at Greed's bar, and Greed passes along the insight he gets out of it next time she meets with him. She makes it a point to be nice to Hercules in the aftermath of the second chats as a way of cleverly thanking him while letting him think his secret is still clear until such a time comes when Greed himself catches on.
  • Very recently Illya applied to join the Time Patrol, even dressing up in a TP jean costume for the interview. Trunks hasn't told of the results yet.
  • Illya also has a spot in the house of Narrative under Adaptations & Continuity and in the house of Family under Children. In the latter, she's often been confused with a former member of said wing, Illyana Rasputin, in large part due to their similar-starting names. Both have gotten annoyed with the mix-up, so Illyana doesn't visit often after being moved to the house of Emotion's Sadness wing. Besides that, the two get along okay and there's no ill will between them. She does share Illyana's disgust with Dr. Gero, though considering the old man practiced mad science on a couple of teenagers to turn them into killing machines, it should come as no surprise the entire House of Children hates his guts.
  • Speaking of the Sadness subhouse, Avatar Korra was recently moved there to get her own seat separate from Touta Konoe. When Asami Sato held a party to celebrate, Greed got an invite, and took one for Illya. She met up with Hercules and it turned out he had an invitation too. At the party, noting how comfortable Illya and Hercules were with each other, Greed was surprised but glad to see that she apparently had a real friend other than Berserker, only for Hercules to give a curious reply about being the "closest thing to a monster" she knows. Olivier Armstrong's suspicions and Toph Beifong's confirmation that he told no lie allowed Edward Elric to deduce that Hercules and Berserker were one and the same.
    • Upon Greed's reaction of shock that Hercules had tricked him for such a long time, Illya finally revealed to Hercules that she'd long figured his plan out, shocking the demigod and turning the laugh at his expense. Illya then demonstrated the Mad Enhancement and spent several minutes explaining what she could about the Holy Grail Wars and the concept of Servants. Korra and Touta both decided they wanted to spar with Berserker in the future.

    Peter Parker/Spider-Man 
Peter Parker, God of Danger Awareness and Heroes With Bad Reputations (Your Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man, Spidey, Webhead, The Amazing/Spectacular/Superior Spider-Man)
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    Team Lightyear 
Team Lightyear, Gods Of Superheroes in Space (Buzz, Mira Nova, Booster: Booster Sinclair Munchapper, XR: eXperimental Ranger)
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From left to right; Booster, XR, Buzz Lightyear, Mira Nova

    Warrior of Light 
The Warrior of Light, God of Champions (Zest, Paragon, the Champion)
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    The Xiaolin Dragons 
Raimundo Pedrosa, Omi, Kimiko Tohomiko and Clay Bailey, Quadrumvirate Deities of Multinational Teams
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  • Intermediate Gods
  • Symbol: A red gi
  • Theme Song: Xiaolin Showdown Opening Theme
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (Omi), Neutral Good (Kimiko and Clay), Chaotic Good (Raimundo)
  • Portfolios: Four-Temperament Ensemble
  • Domains: Good, Combat, Community, Water (Omi), Air (Raimundo), Fire (Kimiko), Earth (Clay)
  • Allies: Aang, Katara, Toph, Zuko, John Egert, Recca Hanabishi, Percy Jackson, the Masou Kishin Heralds, Krillen, Sailor Mars, The Strike Witches, The Survivor Crew, Chen Stormstout, Li Li Stormstout, Kharazim, Uesugi Kenshin, Captain Planet
  • Rivals: Rufus and Bob
  • Enemies: Jack Spicer, Leatherface, Starjun, Felicia Hardy/Black Cat
  • Opposes: Azula
  • Fears: Banette (Kimiko), Kitty Foreman (Clay)
  • In search of potential allies in the House of Nature, Aang turned his attention to a group of four gaining powers of the four elements. While they couldn't enter the House of Nature, the God of the Elements had a different proposal, as a group hailing from different counties, they could ascend on that matter. Thus, enter the Xiaolin Dragons.
  • Archnemeisis Jack Spicer claimed to put up a brave face, swearing to put down the latest enemies of the GUAE. The LOL Rangers later revealed his actual reaction: screaming at the top of his lungs as he headed for the nearest bed to hide under.
  • After their ascension, the four visited the gods of their respective elements to see how they were. Raimundo and Egbert got along swimmingly, with both enjoying performing pranks on others within the House. The same could be said with Toph and Clay, though he wasn't comfortable sparring with her, as he has a no hitting girl policy. Omi lasted all 30 minutes with Percy before he pushed him out of his temple. When asked why, the son of Poseiden admitted he could only take Omi belittling him for so much. As for Kimiko, she found the greater fire gods too fiery for even her to handle. She settled with hanging out with Recca, which turned out to be the best decision of her life. It helps that the God of Fire was a huge fan of her Xiaolin Dragon outfit despite not being an actual ninja.
    • There has been comparisons between the four and team Avatar, with the former preceding them by 3 years. Their followers get along well regardless, other than when the spar amongst each other for charity.
    • Another group draws comparisons to the mortals who summon Captain Planet, residing in the House of Nature. The Xiaolin Dragons may joke at the cheesiness of the man, but they do respect him. All of them would agree pollution is out of control.
    • They themselves were preceded by the Masou Kishin Heralds, currently holding the title Elemental Balance and thus their followers. Now that they have their own temple, the two groups hang out at times.
    • While not in the House of fire, Kimiko also enjoys company with Rei Hino. She has really helped the magical girl find her sweeter side seen in her manga and live action versions.
  • The group were also greeted with other multinational teams such as the Strike Witches and the Survivor Crew as well as other monks such as Chen, Li Li and Kharazim.
    • All pale in comparison to the God of Warrior Monks himself. It has been rumored that Uesugi Kenshin was their initial followers before their ascension. The swordsman was internally grateful, even if he finds the group grating at times.
  • Just as they shared a bond with Team Avatar, they share the same hatred with Azula for many reasons. Not only were they angry with her followers exterminating nearly all monks in Aang's world, they've also been the subject to her taunting. She loves to rip into Raimundo and Omi for their many failures. Kimiko is a more natural enemies, given their similar abilities.
  • Omi thought he found a long lost brother of his. Turns out it was only Krillin, though he admits the resemblance was striking. Omi hasn't said one word about belittling Krillin, even when his title suggests he's the foster child of such people. Omi respects his fellow monk too much to do such a thing.
  • Kimiko and Clay were horrified to find out that their greatest fears had patrons in the Pantheon: Banette for a half-burned doll named Tamochika and Kitty Foreman for Clay's Granny. Both avoid their respective houses. While Raimundo and Omi breathed a sigh of relief for no such patrons, they nervously keep track of the subhouses of Aquatic Life and Mammals respectively to make sure.
  • Raimundo has had a rougher history than the others when it comes to staying on the side of good. When he has lagging behind on his training, he ditched the group, even helping the Big Bad nearly take over the world at one point. While he has made great dividends to atone for his mistakes, not everyone in the GUAG has forgiven him. This includes lawful types uncomfortable with his chaotic antics and those who find such a betrayal unforgivable. As such he has an uneasy time in the Houses of Justice and Friendship.
  • Clay was delighted to find a plethora of cowboys from many fictions. He couldn't way to learn some tricks of the trade from the likes of John Wayne and the Man With No Name.
    • In his trip to the House of Slaughter, he sought out another Texan rumored to make his stay there. He was lucky to keep his guard because the person he was looking for nearly sliced his head off with a chainsaw. Clay managed to fend off against the perpetrator before leaving. The cowboy warns others from visiting Leatherface's temple ever since.
  • Kimiko holds a grudge against the Black Cat, particularly for sponsoring one of their most well-known foes.
  • It has been well known that Aku has sponsored Wuya, a spirit that has taken a similar liking to the God Made of Evil.
  • The group hold a similar distrust of acrofatic gods Rufus and Bob, though in this case they aren't initially evil. They agreed to watch out if they ever see an overweight ninja called Tubbimura.
  • After hearing from Recca about how he gained the title, Kimiko challenged Stargun to a fire challenge. The battle... didn't end well for her. The God of Evil Chefs remains unimpressed with his latest elemental rivals, though he acknowledges their potential as they grow up.
  • Also present in the House of Personality.

Lesser Gods

    Asterix 
Astérix, God of Gauls and Divine Defender of Tiny Villages (Asterix Astronomiges, Son of Astronomix)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His winged helmet
  • Theme: Twelve Tasks of Asterix Theme\"Asterix Est La" by Plastic Bertrand
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolios: Badass Beard, Celibate Hero, Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold, Invincible Hero, Mercury's Wings, Never Really Using His Sword, Pint-Sized Powerhouse, Super Strength, Brains and Brawn
  • Domains: Strength, Liberation, Protection, Good
  • Followers: His villagers, The Smurfs, The defenders of Redwall Abbey
  • Heralds: Dogmatix
  • Allies: Obelix, Chief Vitalstatistix (his leader), Grouchy Smurf, Samurai Jack, Leonidas, Xena, Lucky Luke, Tintin, Thor, The Lost Vikings, Muradin Bronzebeard, Zorro, Judah Ben-hur
  • Rivals: Hercules, Popeye, Donald Duck
  • Enemies: Julius Caesar, Vulcan, Loki Laufeyson, Messala
  • Odd Friendship: Caesar
  • After halting constant threats from the Romans, the Pantheon had decided to award Asterix with godhood. The Romans now fear more than ever now that the village has a god on their side.
    • Vulcan was distraught with the ascension of the only remaining spot of unlawfulness in Gaul. He now seeks out anyone willing to put the village under Roman rule. The fact that he dares to wear Mercury's hat as a souvenir angers him further.
  • On the other hand, he has gained many allies are no friend of the Roman Empire. Xena is willing to help him out whenever he desires aid.
  • Despite owning a sword, he hardly ever uses the weapon. Surprisingly, Asterix prefers to outwit his opponents. As such, he isn't one to cause fights unless challenged or provoked into doing so.
  • Despite disrespecting the Roman gods, Leonidas couldn't help but admire his tenacity to defend his home world against constant threats.
  • Has found companionship with Samurai Jack as the two share similar trials forced to fight a world under a tyrant's rule.
  • Much of his superhuman strength comes from a magic potion from the druid Getafix. Many gods of strength sought him out for feats of strength. Hercules enjoyed his company and is often challenging him in arm wrestling contests. Popeye was less than impressed, claiming spinach is a much better formula to grant super strength.
  • Lucky Luke was delighted to see a fellow Franco-Belgian comic book character to ascend. Ever since Tintin ascended, the three have frequently hung out together.
  • Has taken credit for protecting the Smurfs from constant threats from Gargamel. Although the Smurfs already has Grouchy Smurf in the pantheon, most now follow Asterix. It helps that both groups share similar origins.
  • Has caught the attention of the God of Thunder as the two share main traits: particularly their blonde hair and wing helmets. Still, that didn't stop them from becoming fast friends. His sharp wit has also come in handy when confronting Loki's Trickery.
    • As it turns out, he got along well with vikings in general. The Lost Vikings have made him an honorary member for having similar tastes.
  • There has been rumors that he is a dwarf. Although he takes it in stride, he is quick to correct people as a theory Muradin has spread. Constant reminders aside, the two get along quite nicely.
  • Competes with Donald Duck over followers in Europe. To this day, Donald still holds a grudge on Asterix for getting his feathers ruffled by his best friend.
  • It took a while for Asterix to warm up to the ape Caesar, but became sympathetic with the plight of his people. It helps that both despise the ruler Caesar equally.
  • The followers from Asterix's Village are regular heard, fighting each other in Asterix's temple, usually about Unhygienix's fish. Which causes the unfresh fish they are fighting each other with to go everywhere.
  • In spite of less-than-favorable incidents with Vikings and Normans, Asterix has managed to get along with the Lost Vikings, down to sharing some wild boar and having foot races with Erik and swordfights with Baleog.

    Ike 
Ike, God of Unlikely Badasses (The Hero of Blue Flames, The Radiant Hero of Legend, Bike)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His sword, Ragnell
  • Theme Music: Ike's Theme known as Eternal Bond in his home series, The Devoted
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Being a badass even if he didn't intend on being one, Humble Hero, Nice Guy, wielding the Ragnell with one hand usually, blue hair
  • Domains: Swordsmanship, Heroism
  • Allies: Marth, Lyndis, Caeda, Chrom, Lucina, Robin, Shulk, Sigurd & Seliph, Tailto, Meta Knight, Link, Arturia Pendragon, Zero, Chie Satonaka, Blake Belladonna
  • Rivals: Roy
  • Enemies: Grima, Tabuu, Ganondorf, Nightmare, Soul Edge, Gilgamesh, Adam Taurus
  • Odd Friendship: Guts
  • Worthy Opponent: Sir Lancelot
  • Ike's journey began thanks to an encounter with the Princess of Crimea. Although he was hesitant at first, throughout the journey he grew to become a capable leader even if he didn't intend on being one originally. This kind of heroism is what brought him to the Pantheon.
  • Zero has plenty of respect for him for being able to go up against greater threats and growing to become the man that he is.
  • He participated in the Smash tournament during its third iteration. When he came back for the fourth one, many noticed how different he looked, even though he looked like that prior to said tournament.
  • Many gods were surprised to see that Ike looks similar to Guts. The Radiant Hero of Legend and The Black Swordsman did meet up with each other and had a quick battle. Although they don't agree with each other's ideals, they actually get along a bit better contrary to what most deities originally imagined.
  • Although the Ragnell isn't quite the Falchion when it comes to dealing with Grima, Ike will still help fellow deities and Smash participants Marth, Lucina, and Robin bring the Fell Dragon down.
  • He is known to fight for his friends. If anyone goes after them, don't expect Ike to give the enemy any sympathy.
  • Whenever a contest is going on in the House of Popularity and Ike is among the contestants, expect the crowd to chant "we like Ike."
  • Heard about a Black Knight in the Pantheon and decided to confront him. The battle ended in Ike's favor and even he was surprised that this Black Knight wasn't much of a threat compared to the one from his own journey.
    • Ike later challenged Sir Lancelot, who is known as the Black Knight in his Berserker form. As that was the form Lancelot was in during the battle, Ike was in for quite a match. When the battle ended, Ike considered this Black Knight to be on par with, if not more than, Zelgius.
      • On the other hand, he considers the god of Black Knights, Nightmare, to be a true threat. Ike has formed an alliance with Arturia Pendragon in order to defeat the Azure Knight.
  • If he isn't in battle, he is probably in the House of Food having some meat. Chie Satonaka is seen talking to him and they've become friends because of their shared interest in steak. They even have some friendly battles in the House of Combat. However, Ike has declined to try anything that Chie makes.
  • While he is capable of using other bladed weapons such as axes rather well, he prefers to use the Ragnell when in combat. This includes hammer, and in fact, one of his strategies to fight someone like Nightmare is... bring a hammer. It worked last time with his verse's Black Knight!
  • Given that he killed the nearest equivalent to YHVH in his world, with assistance from that world's Goddess of Chaos, it's fairly easy to guess how he feels about the GUAL. That is to say, he doesn't like them. At all.
  • Many would say that Ike held a big disdain towards nobility in general, especially when there's so many evil nobles in his verse. After meeting with other Lords of the Fire Emblem-verse, Ike loosens up, acknowledging that not the majority of nobles are bad, his realm was just unfortunate to house nobility assholes aplenty. He just hopes that after he left that realm, the people will work on it so nobles can be good again.
  • After meeting some new friends from Jugdral, Ike started wondering where has he seen that purplish silver hair and thunder magic coming from youthful figure like that Tailtiu. One night later, Ike had a nightmare involving a certain horrendous torture that he heard Tailtiu went through... except this time it involved his friend back home: the thunder mage Ilyana. After figuring out the similarity between the two and waking up from that nightmare, Ike proceeded to officially befriend her and swore that he'll never let her or Ilyana suffer what his nightmare preceded. Because, you know what Ike does to his friends.
  • Somehow, to his most dreadful shame, Ike found out that Azura has better growth in Strength than him. At first, Ike jokingly thought it was a mistake, until he got suplexed by Azura herself. After that, Ike went deeper to his journey about what it means to be a man of physical strength. Is eating and training a lot (or fighting for his friends) not enough?
  • As of late, he seems to have picked up his father's axe Urvan and trained in various ways to utilize it. He becomes an even more fearsome foe in battle, but somehow, he feels uneasy when people started calling him 'Bike'. Especially Little Mac.
  • Given his dealing with the laguz in Tellius, he naturally became enemies with Adam when the bull Faunus attacked him out of disgust of his continent's situation. Despite the Radiant Hero's accomplishments, going against a speedy opponent whose blade sheath also serves as a shotgun was a little beyond Ike's experience. Thankfully, Blake was there to pitch in and rescue him. Together, they managed to force him to retreat.
    • Once that was over, Blake was curious as to why Adam had attacked Ike like that; it wasn't the usual anti-Human sentiment. After hearing of Ike's life story, the cat Faunus has admired him for finding a way to settle the racism in his world.

    Ky Kiske 
Ky Kiske, God of Chivalry (King of Illyria, Holy Knight)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Thunderseal and his Magnolia Eclair II crossed over
  • Theme Song: Holy Orders (Be Just or Be Dead) 2 or 3, Magnolia Eclair
  • Weapon of Choice: Thunderseal and Magnolia Eclair II
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Lightning Manipulation, Child Prodigy, The Need To Help Everyone, The need to rescue loved ones, Reasonable Authority Figure, The Cape
  • Domains: Heroism, Chivalry, Justice, War
  • Allies: Dizzy (his wife), Leo Whitefang, Nana, Saki Tsuzura, Fate Testarossa, Clark Kent, Siegfried Schtauffen, Tsubaki Yayoi, Shobu Kirifuda
  • Rival: Sol Badguy, Jin Kisaragi
  • Enemies: Justice, The Millennium, I-No, Yuuki Terumi
  • Much battles where he kept on a standstill with Sol has proven enough to get him elevated. Now Ky devotes to preserve righteousness in the Pantheon, working well with the house of Justice.
  • Is married to an entity known as Maiden of the Grove. Also known as Dizzy. Family reunions are a tense affair.
  • Is also a father, through Sin is known to hang out with Sol more than him.
  • Unfortunately due to his naivety, Ky is often the butt-end of Terumi's trolling, since he's so easy to manipulate due to his devotion to justice. This doesn't sit well on Ky, knowing full well on how evil Terumi is, and even he has a hard time trying to keep his goody-goody face if the topic is about him.
  • He considers Siegfried a steadfast ally, although Siegfried is kinda put off with Ky's optimism, which Ky is trying to adjust with the much more realistic world.
  • Is a member of the GUAG Five Sacred Knights.
  • Like Sol, he has also been seen smiling in relief, uttering 'Finally...'
    • They still wonder how he suddenly came with the idea of a hairstyle change, now sporting a ponytail. Eventually Ky reveals that it just kept growing no matter how he cuts it.
    • This event also yielded one surprising event... Ky gains a red eye, hinting that he's had some elements of a Gear. For the moment, he kept this piece of information a secret.
    • This event was also one way for him to help the ascension of a longtime friend: Leo Whitefang.
  • Like Sol, prefers to not think of his current family situation too much. Having a longtime rival as father-in-law tends to get pretty awkward, as well as having A LOT of alternate suitors for his wife due to her popularity.
  • Nozomi Yumehara seems to be quite shocked at first, but nowadays she along with Sanada Yukimura tends to be close friends with Ky. Even if the same voice tends to apply to the latter two, and when it at first got even more awkward when the latter two met Coco. All four of them tend to sigh at the other Sanada Yukimura, however....

    Mayuri (Date A Live
Mayuri, Goddess of Arc Heroes and Non-Serial Movies
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Click to see her Astral Dress 
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her wings, alternatively, her earrings
  • Theme Song: "Resolution"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Arc Hero of a Standalone Movie, Created with Energy from Other Spirits, Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold, Stalking Shido on His Dates, Canon Foreigner, The Stoic, Our Angels Are Different, Invisible To Everyone Except Shido, Bare Your Midriff Losing Control of Her Angel, Dying to Protect Shido
  • Domains: Love, Protection, Observation, Sacrifice
  • Followers: Champions of Hyrule, Fireteam Osiris, Koyuki Kazehana, Shion, Éclair
  • Allies: Shido Itsuka, Tohka Yatogami, Origami Tobiichi, Kotori Itsuka, Yoshino, Mana Takamiya, Spider-Man/Peter Parker, Samurai Jack, Ashi, Fuuka Akitsuki, Fi, Midna, Touka Kirishima, Navi, good-aligned deities in the House of Love
  • Enemies: Isaac Westcott, Voldemort, Harbinger, evil-aligned deities in the House of Love, anyone who threatens Shido
  • When an anime series becomes popular enough, it warrants a movie. However, a movie might be made while the series is still ongoing. The solution? Make the movie a standalone story with no strict continuity to the original series. That's where Mayuri comes in. She was the focal character of the Date A Live movie, which ended in her noble sacrifice to protect Shido and all of Tenguu City from Kerubiel, her own rampaging Angel. Out of compassion and admiration, the Court of the Gods granted her in the Pantheon.
  • Upon hearing of her ascension, Shido quickly ran to her temple where they shared a tearful and poignant reunion, celebrated by many. They went on a beautiful date to the House of Theater, where they watched a marathon of their favorite movies. Fortunately, Kotori and the Ratatoskr team had reserved an entire room just for them.
  • As happy as Mayuri's ascension was to Shido and his friends, it brought about a distrubing question: what happened to Kerubiel? Since Mayuri lived, it would mean Kerubiel would have manifested as well. Perhaps it was left causing trouble in the mortal realm or it had ascended without anyone noticing; and without Mayuri to control it, the damage would be catastrophic. The Grand United Alliance of Good has mobilized several teams to find it and contain it.
    • Since most of her magical power is contained within Kerubiel, Mayuri actually has no combat prowess. Still, she makes herself useful to the GUAG in missions involving espionage, infiltration and rescue.
  • Spider-Man sees much of Gwen in Mayuri and has confided in her his regrets of not being able to save Gwen, as he is still affected by it, even if he has used her death as a motivation to do better. Mayuri, understanding how much her death affected Shido, tells Peter not to be so harsh on himself, as Gwen would have been proud of all the good he has done.
  • On Shido and Link's suggesttion, she met Fi, Midna and Navi, who had fulfilled roles similar to hers in their series. They became friends fairly quickly.
  • Befriended Ashi and Fuuka Akitsuki, who shared the tragic similarity of dying before their hero could save them. Fuuka does point out that she survived in the anime adaptation, something that makes Mayuri and Ashi a bit jealous. Nevertheless, they remain good friends.
  • Warned by Shido to stay away from Isaac Westcott, the Big Bad of their series. While Mayuri never met Wescott, she trusts his word that he must never be allowed to fulfill his ambitions. She also opposes Voldemort, who is just as ambitious and depraved as Westcott Harbinger either, as the Reaper has the same destructive power as Kerubiel.
  • Also present in Character Roles and Theatric Production.

    Oberyn Martell 
Oberyn Nymeros Martell, God of Doomed Moral Victors (The Red Viper of Dorne, Prince of Dorne, The Man Who Fucked Half of Westeros - by Tyrion)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbols: The Sigil Of House Martell: A Blazing Sun And A Spear. Alternatively, His Spear Coated With Poison
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good mixed with Knight Templar
  • Portfolio: Arch-Enemy To Gregor Clegane And The Lannisters, Will Screw Anything That Moves And Is Bisexual, Badass Gay, Chick Magnet, Badass Mustache, Studied at The Citadel And Is An Expert On Poisons, His Weapon of Choice Is The Spear, Combat Pragmatist, Dashing Dornish, The Expy To Inigo Montoya, Heartbroken Badass Regarding His Sister And Her Children, Hot-Blooded, Master Poisoner, Famous For Screwing Half Of Westeros According To Tyrion, Reasonable Authority Figure
  • Domains: Bisexuality, Poisons, Vengeance, Spears
  • High Priestess: His Paramour, Ellaria Sand
  • Heralds: His Eldest Daughters, Obara Sand, Nymeria Sand, and Tyene Sand
  • Followers: All of Dorne
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Odd Friendship: with Poison Ivy, Isabella Valentine
  • Opposed By: Bruce Wayne/Batman (due to Oberyn eyeing Selina and Talia), Johnny Cage (due to Oberyn eyeing his ex-wife and daughter), Chris Redfield and Jago (due to Oberyn eyeing their respective sisters and Chris' partner), Geralt of Rivia (due to Oberyn eyeing Triss and Yennefer), Kitana (due to Oberyn eyeing Liu Kang), Zeus (for having bastard children who are not trying to kill him)
  • Oberyn Martell had met a gruesome end at the hands of Gregor Clegane during Tyrion's trial by combat. But in some cases, one's end is but a beginning in disguise. He comes to inside Daenerys' temple, where he is greeted by the aforementioned sister-in-law, who has notified him of his ascension to the Pantheon. Oberyn also apologized to Dany's herald, Tyrion Lannister, for failing to win in his trial by combat. The Imp was a good sport over it, seeing as how he managed to get Tywin in the end. Oberyn listened in satisfaction as to how Tyrion proved with a crossbow that in the end, Tywin Lannister really can't shit gold.
  • He was not pleased to see Eddard Stark in the Pantheon, but as Dany pointed out, no Stark had murdered her family, of which Oberyn had grudgingly conceded that point to her. That and he was horrified over the deaths of Elia and her children. Even though he dislikes Ned Stark, even he was appalled over the Red Wedding, which resulted in the deaths of his son, wife, daughter-in-law and unborn grandchild.
  • Is outright pissed upon finding out that not only Tywin Lannister is in the Pantheon, but also the man who killed both Elia and himself, Gregor Clegane. Oberyn wants payback at a later date.
  • Oberyn actually mistaken Arthas Menethil for his late brother-in-law, Rhaegar Targaryen, due to the both of them looking the same.
  • The Dornish was pleased to hear of Oberyn's ascension, none more so than his elder brother, Doran Martell. Many, many tears were shed as Ellaria Sand and the Sand Snakes were reunited with Oberyn inside his temple, a replica of the Water Gardens.
  • While Oberyn is on good terms with King Leonidas, he is somewhat uneasy around his wife, Queen Gorgo. Probably because of her uncanny resemblance to Cersei Lannister. Leonidas does chastise him on his performance against Gregor Clegane, while his skills with the spear are indeed formidable, that he let his desire to avenge Elia and her children, override his pragmatism, which led to his mortal demise.
  • He is known as "the man who fucked half of Westeros," by Tyrion. An infamous womanizer, it's said that he can talk a septa out of her robes (thus, the rumor going around that Septa Lemore is the mother of Tyene Sand). However, his attempts to woo several of the female deities has raised the ire of some of their male counterparts. Johnny Cage is one, due to Oberyn's...interest in Sonya and Cassie. The same can be said in regards to Chris Redfield and Jago in regards to their respective sisters, and in Chris' partner. And there's Geralt of Rivia. His two ladies are off-limits...although Oberyn is impressed with the fact that Triss and Yennefer are both with The Witcher. There are others, but even Oberyn has his limits.
  • Both Oberyn and his high priestess/paramour are very popular in the House of Lust's many brothels. Whenever the Red Viper shows up, it's going to be a good day. It's also how he met Kratos and Aphrodite. The two men ended up bonding over the loss of their respective families...and the fact that Zeus is a tool.
  • Also spends time at the House of Toxicity as his area of expertise is poison. It's also one of the reasons why he has a glasshouse inside his temple, as he is busy creating and improving on various poisons. It's also through his love of poisons, that he is friends with Poison Ivy. Had it not been for the fact that Ivy was a walking bioweapon, Oberyn would have given her the Dornish what-for.
  • Sees Inigo Montoya as both an ally and a worthy opponent. Tyene thinks that the Spanish master swordfighter is hot. Her sisters both know that this isn't going to end well.
  • Say what you want about Oberyn, but despite having bastard children, he does take responsibility for them. One particular incident involved his eldest daughter, Obara Sand. When Oberyn came to retrieve her from her mother, an Oldtown prostitute, the Red Viper pulls a Ogami Itto and gives Obara two choices: Her mother's tears or the spear. Obara chose the latter. Mom drank herself to death shortly thereafter.

    Richie Foley/Gear 
Richard Osgood "Richie" Foley, the God Who Broke the Sidekick Glass Ceiling (Push, Gear)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His visor and robotic backpack
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Domains: those who eat a lot, snarking, sudden increase in intelligence through Bang Baby gas, rocket roller blades, Technopath, creating gadgets, becoming a hero for real, only main white character in the show
  • Portfolio: Sidekick, Intelligence, Gadgets
  • Allies: All Good-aligned superheroes and all Toku Base members, Virgil Hawkins/Static, Otacon, Cole MacGarth, Yayoi Kise, Kengo Utahoshi (and by extension the rest of the Kamen Rider Club)
  • Enemies: The Demonic Legion, all of the House of Villains
  • Once gained the abilities to create forcefields and called himself "Push". Unfortunately, he had to relinquish those powers after finding out how much he had to pay for them to have them permanently. He would later obtain his own super power and thus become a prominent partner with good friend Virgil Hawkins (Static Shock).
    • It was a grand reunion when Virgil finally ascended into the Pantheon. Once the joke of arriving after his own sidekick was made, the two set off for even greater adventures in the Pantheon.
  • Nearly fainted at seeing all of his favorite superheroes gathered in the Pantheon. Is currently getting his autograph book prepared just for the occasion.
  • Has an Intergenerational Friendship with Yayoi Kise, Goddess of Tender Tears. This is due to their love of superheroes and comic books, and because of Yayoi's electrical abilities as Cure Peace, which reminds Richie of his good friend Virgil.
  • When he's not fighting bad guys, he's in the House of Technology, working on new gadgets to live up to his namesake. Recently met up with Kengo Utahoshi, and is considering on using Cosmic Energy based weaponry.
    • Due to being good friends with Kengo, he learned about Gentaro Kisaragi and the tragedy that was "Project: Alternate Gentaro" thanks to Mitsuzane Kureshima sending him to despair. Ritchie is now preparing to strike back.
  • Is the Club Leader for the Engineering Club in the Academy.

    Spike (My Little Pony
Spike, God of Hyper-Competent Sidekicks (Spike the Dragon, Spikey-Wikey, Humdrum Great and Honorable Spike the Brave and Glorious, Spike the Dragon Lord)
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After "the molt" 
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Side-Silhouette of His Head
  • Theme Song: A Changeling Can Change, The True Gift of Gifting
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: sidekicks with more capability than their role suggests, Dogged Nice Guy, Subverting Reptiles Are Abhorrent (mostly), Firebreathing, Taking abuse without comment or complaint, Tagalong Kid, Cross-Species Love Interests, One of Us, Occasionally being smarter than given credit for., throwing a monkey-wrench in plans.
  • Domains: Friendship, Loyalty, Studying, Companionship, Dragons
  • Followers: Bronies
  • Allies: Luigi, Alfred, Applejack, Fluttershy, Rainbow Dash, Yugi Moto, Rarity, Twilight Sparkle, Princesses Celestia and Luna, Starlight Glimmer, many deities in the Houses of Magic and Friendship, The Cutie Mark Crusaders, Spyro, Caro Ru Lushe and Silica, Squigly, Sash Lilac, Godzilla, Philip J. Fry, Sunset Shimmer, SCP-524
  • Enemies: Queen Chrysalis, Smaug, Lord Tirek, Acnologia
  • Friendly Rival with: PaRappa
  • Just Friends: Rarity
  • Originally ascended as assistant to the Mane Six, Spike worked his way up in order to impress Rarity and be on the same plane as various super-heroes similar to those in his favorite comics. What really sealed the deal was how he single-handedly derailed King Sombra's total victory over the Crystal Empire due to his true loyalty to Twilight. This was commemorated with his own stained glass window and a giant crystal statue of himself.
    • He's also expressed great relief that Sombra has since been removed from the Pantheon altogether. Not that he likes the loser king's replacement.
  • Is occasionally seen holding discussions with Alfred and Luigi, asking for advice and to compare mustaches, respectively.
  • Is not to be confused with the Spikes of instant death, or Parappa's other rival, Spike.
    • PaRappa, having heard that a Spike had taken up a throne, was quick to take to battle with him. Although the specifics of this match and the winner is unknown, Spike and Parappa became good friends, especially when PaRappa learned of Spike's exploits.
  • Does not enjoy the attention John Cena receives from Rarity after having learn what happened when John Cena employed his "This is whining" skills and Rarity offering to make shirts for him, but knows better than to call him out on this.
    • To Spike's credit, John Cena congratulated the dragon on his never-give-up attitude and loyalty to his friends against the threat of King Sombra.
  • Is banned from the House of Commerce, mostly because he will become consumed by greed and transform into a hulking behemoth that can only be taken down by a few giant gods (King Kong and Godzilla being the prime ones) without harm. To his credit, though, not all riches in the house are gold and jewels (e.g. paper cash and various other weird currencies)
  • Occasionally visits the House of Love for advice on Rarity. Hilarity often results.
  • With his appetite getting the better of him, Spike had attempted to sneak into the newly claimed throne of Smaug to see what rare (and delicious) jewels the dragon kept for himself. It didn't take long for Spike to run for his life, lest he be roasted or eaten by the red drake.
  • Spike was pleased to learn that the Pantheon has a good amount of good-aligned dragons, especially since every other known dragon he's seen in his world so far were anything but good (barring one Dragon Town next to Fillydelphia, though its existence clashes with show canon), Spike has enjoyed Spyro's company in particular since Spyro's been doing what he can to assure Spike that dragons aren't inherently evil. Spyro and Spike also like to share stories about their respective adventures, though Spyro finds it weird that Spike, unlike him, eats what gems he collects.
  • Is occasionally gushed over by Squigly, who considers him "a cute lil' dragon". While he was embarrassed at first, he grew to enjoy the chin scratchings.
  • Spike has been recently targeted by Acnologia, of all creatures, for two reasons: One, Acnologia has heard about Spike's hulking behemoth form and desires to fight it to see if he's worth killing, and two, the Black Dragon believes that Spike is a fool for having feelings for ponies, of all creatures. However, Spike has plenty of friends who will back him up, or at least help him get away, so, while he is scared of Acnologia, he refuses to let that fear rule him.
  • One time, Godzilla decided to attack Ponyville while his usual target, Tokyo, was being rebuilt, causing Twilight to resort to bringing out Spike's greedy form in a desperate attempt to stop the rogue monster. To the amazement of everyone, Spike actually managed to not only fight Godzilla to a draw, but also became one of the very few to reason with and befriend the Kaiju.
  • It is rumored that Celestia personally raised Spike, until he was old enough to be left with Twilight. Though there has been no official word on this from anypony and some still speculate, that Spike was raised by either Twilight or her parents.
  • Spike often has doubts, about his own abilities and merit among such powerful friends as his. This has gotten worse, with his role increasingly being relegated to the Butt-Monkey and the news of lackluster reactions to his episodes and the doubts of some who question whether or not he can carry a story on his own. But luckily, the little dragon has plenty of friends to tell him otherwise. Even some new ones who have begun to sympathize with Spike's plight. Including one Philip J. Fry. Who knows what it's like feeling unimportant, to want to be with girl that does not see you in the same way, and constantly being held back with his role as the but monkey, but assured the young dragon, that even if you feel like the least important person in the universe, you can tern out to be the most important.
  • Spike became the target of further interest and respect when he entered a dangerous competition of royalty in order to protect ponies from a potential tyrant from becoming Dragon Lord. Spike succeeded in this though he gave the staff and title to Ember, a dragon who assisted him and wanted to rule after her father while Spike merely entered to protect his friends. The fact he still won and had the title for however briefly and especially that he was able to surrender it has garnered him plenty of respect.
    • And he's become the target for Queen Chrysalis's wrath since, without Spike willing to befriend Thorax, her reign of terror would've continued.

    Steven Universe 
Steven Quartz Universe, God of Team Moral Centers (Ste-Man, Shtu-ball, Stewball, Carwash Kid, Tiger Millionaire/Tiger Philanthropist, Star Child Junior, Voice of Reason, Steven DeMayo, Ste-van, Rose Quartz/Rose, Pink Diamond/Pink, Starlight, Pink Lasagna, Cinnamon Roll Too Good For This World, Too Pure, Steven Quartz DeMayo, Steven Diamond DeMayo)
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Stevonnie (fusion with Connie) 
Smoky Quartz (fusion with Amethyst) 
Rainbow Quartz 2.0 (fusion with Pearl) 
Sunstone (fusion with Garnet) 
Obsidian (fusion with Garnet, Amethyst, and Pearl) 
  • Lesser God (Greater Goddess in his past life as Rose Quartz)
  • Symbol: The pink gemstone in his navel inside of a star
  • Theme Song: "We Are the Crystal Gems", "Steven's Shield"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: fast and strong for one with his girth, Actual Pacifist, All-Loving Kid Hero, burdened by his mother's accomplishments and consequences of her legacy, Has a Guilt Complex, Blames Himself a Lot, Astral Projection For Entering Dreams And Inhabiting Other People, Bad Liar, employs barriers and shields which he can throw and can change their forms, Psychoactive Powers dependent on emotional state, emotion-based Chessmaster, Medic and Defender, Doesn't Think Things Through, Half-Human Hybrid, Healing Spit, learned how to use his powers the hard way, high jumping and descent control, In Touch with His Feminine Side, Living Emotional Crutch to the Crystal Gems, Morality Pet to many, tends to be touchy-feely with others, the only male Crystal Gem (aside from perhaps Lion), The Pollyanna, Taking Levels in Badass, quick to forgive, Super-Strong Child, Wingding Eyes, Warrior Therapist, Heroic Bastard
  • Domains: Gems, Humanity, Love, Shields, Healing, Astra
  • Followers: Watermelon Stevens
  • Heralds: Lion (his…well, lion), the residents of Beach City, Lapis Lazuli
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: He’s a guy who finds it really hard to hate anybody, but there are (to the shock of the Gems) exceptions, namely The Lich, Melkor, Nyarlathotep, Eric Cartman, Monokuma, and his Mastermind. Even then, while the former three really do earn his hate, he only finds discomfort around Cartman and Monokuma
  • Ambiguous relations with: Marge Simpson
  • Ascended after the gods saw his powerful love and friendliness, which could soften even the hardest of hearts.
    • Unfortunately, the other Crystal Gems saw it as a hostile kidnapping attempt and managed to find their way to the Pantheon. They ended up fighting many gods before Steven stopped them and told them what happened. Pearl was highly against the idea, Amethyst simply thought it was awesome, but Garnet was just glad to see him okay, and congratulated him on getting here. The other gods are wondering if they should ascend them as well, mostly since they're his adoptive mothers.
    • Eventually, the three managed to obtain positions in the Pantheon.
    • However, it's been realized that his current trope is reserved for rulers and leaders. And while Steven is being groomed to be the latter eventually, it means he doesn't count for 100% Adoration Rating. And then someone realized that he's why the Crystal Gems are able to stay together for so long after their leader Rose Quartz passed away to conceive him despite their differences (especially Pearl and Amethyst), it was decided that he be moved and given a new title. He also made a new friend in Heart Aino, who was the herald of the trope he now holds.
  • Due to his unaggressive, friendly nature, many gods find it hard to hate or even get mad at him (with the exception of villains). Many find themselves hanging out with him without even realizing it.
  • Though he doesn't share the same title with Megumi and Yusuke any more, he still hangs out with the two.
    • With Megumi, he's already used to hanging out with Action Girls. He tells her many of the adventures he and the Crystal Gems have been on.
    • Meanwhile, Yusuke in turn tells him many of the stories of his adventures. Steven's always loved hearing about all the amazing different techniques of other gods.
  • His kindness helped Fluttershy warm up to him very quickly. Steven hangs out with her a lot, helping her take care of her animal friends.
  • Steve Rogers came to him about training his combat abilities with his shield when he manages to start summoning it successfully. The Gems have stated that they don’t see a problem with it since none of them are experts with a shield. And he's even learned how to throw it like Cap does, made more useful when he can make copies of it.
  • He gets along with Sora very well. Steven often says that the two hang out eating ice cream and fry bits (he’s been ‘introducing’ them to everybody and the House of Food just goes along with it, even setting aside a warm batch for Steven every day). He's been on the pursuit for Cookie Cat Ice Cream Sandwiches, but alas, his search as been a failure so far.
    • Naruto is a similar case. They usually talk about their mothers. Steven even plays with his kids when he comes to visit. He even started hanging out with his much less sociable friends like Kurama and Sasuke; both of them begrudgingly admitted that his presence was not…‘unenjoyable’.
  • Like with many Cartoon Network gods, he’s had a run-in with the Lich. Unfortunately for him, he had little experience in fighting at the time and would’ve been killed by him had it not been for the shields his gem produced as a defense mechanism. They held up long enough for help to arrive, but Steven hates the Lich now due to his complete disregard of life, love, and many other things.
  • Cartman is an interesting case for him. He isn't really riled by his verbal assaults, even when they involve his mother, and he just thinks him to be a kid that doesn't know any better. Despite that, the fact that he emits so much hatred, even for a kid, still discomforts him, and he does his best to avoid the 9-year old.
  • Visits the House of Gaming a lot, as he's a big fan of Sonic. The same goes for Cloud and Sailor Moon, whom he visits in the Houses of Weapons and Magic, respectively. He also visits the House of Music as he is a pretty good singer and ukulele player.
  • Often hangs out with Bart Simpson and Dennis Mitchell for a few (harmless) pranks. One even got Homer's attention, and he approves of Steven's friendship with his son. (Marge doesn't, though.)
  • Steven once thought Deoxys was a Gem after reading this theory. While it isn't true, Steven still hangs around the DNA Pokémon. In fact, Deoxys sometimes use his psychic powers to levitate Steven and two are known to fly around the pantheon. It always gives Pearl a panic attack.
  • If anyone ever gets worried about him, the other gods simply remind everyone to Believe in Steven.
  • For some reason, Steven has been mistaken for a Stand user with the Crystal Gems being his Stands. He does correct the misconception.
  • Has gone into a crisis after encountering Homeworld Gems. Now, he has a sort of identity crisis on whether he is his mom or not and whether the Crystal Gems blame him for her being gone. Thankfully, this hasn't hindered Steven's still being one of the more cheerful deities.
  • Turns out Steven likes robots. So it came to no surprise when he got excited when he met Optimus Prime, a GIANT ROBOT.
  • Gets along really well with Gentaro Kisaragi. Might be the fact that the two are really friendly people who wants to be friends with pretty much everyone. This also lead him to befriend the other Avatars of Friendship (Elena and Pinkie Pie) and has become an honorary member of the group, sealed with Gentaro's handshake, a party from Pinkie Pie, and a friendly fight with Elena.
    • During their first days together, Steven asked about the thing regarding the Friendship Asylum, and had to watch his friends burst into tears from everything that happened (Elena especially). Steven has consoled them that the asylum is gone, their bonds will make them stronger, and that they will help others who have fallen into despair with their bonds. The trio thanked Steven with the speech by hugging him as thanks.
      • And when Bayley ascended, the first thing she did for Steven was to give him one of her trademark hugs. Steven appreciated it.
  • Has a noted affiliation with cats—he notably has his own lion and has also been associated with the SWAT Kats, whom he immediately visited upon hearing they ascended.
  • When it's been found out that as a Crystal Gem he's also capable of fusion, and that he can even fuse with a human, some gods wonder what kinds of fusions would result if he were to get close enough to any of his Pantheon friends.
    • This has earned the attention of Trunks, who invited Goten and demonstrated their mastery of the Fusion Dance to introduce Steven to Gotenks.
  • Over time, Steven has improved in terms of combat skills, like spikes in his shield constructs to double-summoning shields.
  • If there is one thing that can actually anger Steven that deities are capable of, it's betraying his faith.
  • Steven's Astral Projection powers not only allows him to project himself into any of his Watermelon Stevens or enter dreams (earning himself a friendship with fellow Dream Walker Princess Luna), but even outright possess other people. Thankfully, his good-hearted nature prevents him from exploiting this.
  • While his spit is what he commonly uses to heal others, his tears can actually revive people, though there can be certain side effects, like a pink complexion and hair color like Lion, and the hair can serve as a Portal Network between themselves and Lion, allowing Steven to go in one and out the other. Thankfully in the Pantheon, this is reversible.
  • Due to her experiences, Elphaba feels that Steven is one of the few allies she truly has, and he has been trying her best to improve her attitude. Elphie can't help but appreciate his efforts.
  • Many had heard of Steven's mother shattering one of the leaders of Gemkind, Pink Diamond. However, some had noticed that the story of Pink's shattering had holes, and combined with Rose having more, different powers compared to fellow Quartz Gem Amethyst, speculated that Rose was actually Pink Diamond, and that her "shattering" was just her faking her death. These deities were mocked because of the utter insanity of the idea. When the news of Rose, and by extension, Steven, actually being Pink Diamond finally spread through the Pantheon, many were shocked beyond belief. The ones who came to that conclusion ages ago simply shouted, "I KNEW IT!"
  • Finally, he did it. He managed to talk to the Diamonds, make White Diamond see the error of her ways and heal all the corrupted Gems!!!! Almost every single hero in the Pantheon was heard cheering.

    Tim Drake/Red Robin 
Timothy Jackson "Tim" Drake-Wayne, God of Sidekicks (Tim Wayne, Red Robin, Robin III, Batman (Main and Beyond), Redbird, True Partner, Boy Wonder (Shared with all Robins), Mister Sarcastic, Alvin Draper, Tom Harper, Iggy Pollaky, Detective (by Ra's Al Ghul), Little Bird (by Lady Shiva), Gary Glanz/Spectacular Sunbird, Caroline Hill, Cal Corcoran, Rob Roy)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Red Robin Chest Insignia and 2 Robin-style Rs
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Being the Third Robin (And being Number Two to the Batfamily even after Graduating), The Cowl, Badass Normal/Worm/Cape, Audience Surrogate, The Chessmaster, Great Detective, Crazy-Prepared, Gadgeteer Genius, Hollywood Hacking, Chick Magnet, Scared of His Future Badass
  • Domains: Partnerships, Detective skills, Technology, Hacking
  • Herald: His girlfriend, Stephanie Brown AKA the Spoiler
  • Followers: The many unascended sidekicks in Comic Books (especially Mary Elizabeth "Bette" Kane/Hawkfire), Mindy MacCready, Ema Skye
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Enemies of the Bat Family (especially Harvey Dent/Two-Face, Trigon), Dark Danny, Vile
  • Good Counterpart to: Syndrome
  • Just Friends with: Jubilation Lee/Jubilee
  • SiblingRivalry/TeethClenchedTeamwork: Damian Wayne/Robin
  • Friendly Rivalry: Near
  • Annoyed By: Timmy Turner
  • Respected by: The Incredibles, Ra's Al Ghul
  • Interested in: Miles "Tails" Prower, Morty Smith, Maya Fey
  • Opposes: The Houses of Crime, Slaughter, and War in general
  • Shared the godhood with his adopted brother, Nightwing, until Dick decided Tim was ready to hold the position by himself.
  • After the death of Jason Todd, Tim (who, using his impressive detective skills, had already deduced Batman and Robin's secret identities) saw that Batman was becoming increasingly merciless without someone to keep him in check. Batman needed a Robin, and when he failed to convince the original to return to the role, he resolved to don the mantle himself, becoming the third Robin. Although he's since matured from that, he still has heavy ties to the identity, as his new superhero name, Red Robin, makes abundantly clear.
    • Although completely capable of leading teams himself, he actually prefers to be the second-in-command and/or The Strategist of whatever group he's in.
    • Syndrome is envious of Tim, seeing him as a harsh, irritating look into What Could Have Been had his hero simply accepted him as a sidekick all those years ago. The fact that Tim was accepted by Batman, the poster boy for I Work Alone, is especially grating. Tim has noted that, while Syndrome never got over Mr. Incredible's rejection, he never actually expected or even intended to be Robin, and his ultimate goal is to one day withdraw from the hero business, go to college, and live a normal life with his girlfriend. This has garnered respect from Mr. Incredible and his family.
    • His wish to eventually retire has made him a noteworthy opponent of Crime, War, and Slaughter in general (he's hardly alone in that). He has an especially personal hatred of Vile, who reminds him of the General AKA Ulysses Hadrian Armstrong, his arch-enemy.
  • Is the best detective of all the Robins, and may one day surpass Batman and become one of, if not the, best detectives in the pantheon. Has gotten into a professional competition with Near for that title, and together they've set up a secure chat room where detectives from all over the pantheon can consult and swap theories with each other over cases. Batman likens it to a similar amateur detectives' chat room he uses to gauge other people's viewpoints and trade theories. Using this chat room, crimes that were once considered unsolvable even by the Pantheon's standards have been solved in literally minutes or hours.
    • His investigative skills are good enough to have earned him the title of "Detective" from Ra's Al Ghul, who normally reserves it solely for Batman himself. After his half-sister failed to conceive a child with him, Ra's has been waiting for the right time to try again.
  • Although he'll work with any member(s) of the Bat Family that asks him to (and, by extension, fight any enemy of them, particularly Two-Face, who's the arch-enemy of all Robins as a whole and once beat him nearly to death on one of his first outings as Robin), he has a lot of trouble working with the current Robin, Damian Wayne. Due to his training from the League of Assassins, Damian believes that he needs to "earn" his place as "Robin" in the Bat Family and as Bruce's son, and seeks to do that by killing Tim. Even though Damian has long since learned this isn't the case, he still routinely sabotages his equipment in a way that could kill him. Tim understandably has problems with this.
    • Unlike most other members of the Bat Clan, he has no actual desire to take on the Batman persona if he can help it, though he has had to on certain occasions, and in one universe even succeeded Terry McGinnis as Batman Beyond using some time travel shenanigans.
    • Though he's acknowledged he has a thing for Batgirls, as all Robins do, he was still very confused when he heard of a universe where he ended up marrying Barbara Gordon. Not that he has anything against Barbara, but he doesn't really like her like that. If anything, that would be Nightwing's deal.
  • When not on a mission and often when he is, he's rarely seen without one of his best friends, Kon-El AKA Superboy, playing the straight man to Connor's outrageous behavior. They've been working on a plan to get their other best friend, Bart Allen AKA Impulse, into the pantheon so they can form a new incarnation of Young Justice. He's looked into other "sidekicks", like Tails, Morty, and Maya Fey, in preparation for that day.
    • He's also known to associate with Supergirl, as they've both been members of the Teen Titans.
  • Not that he actually needs a reason to be enemies with Trigon, but his enmity has become far more direct ever since he took over his mind and steered him to rape two of his teammates in the Teen Titans.
  • Although both he and Jubilee still feel the mutual attraction they had when they first met, they've realized that much has changed since that time, with Tim having a girlfriend and Jubilee having been a vampire and having an adopted son. They've decided to remain friends for now, though there are some in the pantheon who would like to see them get together.
  • Met Spider-Man (both Peter Parker and Miles Morales) while on a mission (Peter's temple is in the same House as his, but he's not there very often) and noticed how similar they are in personality. It didn't take long for him to deduce Spidey's secret identity, and they often hang out with each other out-of-costume, although Tim tried to use the alias "Alvin Draper" at first. Peter knew that wasn't his name because "no one would introduce themselves with an awful name like that when they could use a cool nickname like 'Al' or "'Vinnie'!". Superboy was grinning all throughout the exchange.
    • Peter introduced him to Danny Phantom, who was also forced to entrust his secret identity to Tim after he revealed he'd already figured it out without realizing it was even a secret to begin with. When he heard of Danny's dark future self, it reminded him of his scary future self who had turned evil, too. Tim has vowed to do what he can to help keep Dark Danny in check. After all, perhaps fighting someone else's future self will make it easier to fight his own, somehow.
  • Ashi once staged an intervention to get him to admit and discuss his suicidal thoughts with her. Although Tim was initially resistant, claiming he was too busy, he eventually relented. What they've discussed is known only by those two, but Tim's been in much better spirits since then.
  • Prefers to be called "Tim", but will also answer to "Timothy". However, he doesn't like the name "Timmy" and will not answer to it. For this reason, he tends not to stick around whenever he's in the same place as Timmy Turner. He's got nothing against the kid himself, other than the fact that he keeps following him around dressed as "Cleft the Boy Chin Wonder".

    Tommy Oliver 
Dr. Thomas "Tommy" Oliver, God of Sixth Rangers (Dr. O, Jeebus, Green Ranger, White Ranger, Zeo Ranger V Red, Red Turbo Ranger I, Black Dino Ranger, Lord Drakkon)
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Clockwise from bottom to top: Tommy Oliver unmorphed, Black Dino Ranger, Red Turbo Ranger I, Zeo Ranger V Red, White Ranger, and Green Ranger
Alternate identity 
  • Lesser God, leaning towards Intermediate God (Greater God as Lord Drakkon)
  • Symbol: His Ranger Helmet (Either Green Ranger, White Ranger, Zeo Ranger V or Black Dino Ranger)
  • Leitmotif: "Go Green Ranger" (when brainwashed) and "White Ranger Tiger Power"
  • Weapon of Choice: Dragon Dagger, Saba, Zeo Sword, Brachio "Staff" (depending on which form he's on)
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (Chaotic Evil during his brainwashed phases, Lawful Evil as Lord Drakkon)
  • Portfolio: Sixth Rangers, Tokusatsu, Turning Good, Martial Arts, Iconic Characters, Living Legends, Breakout Characters, Those With Great Hams
  • Domain: War, Good, Scalykind
  • Japanese Counterparts: Burai/Dragon Ranger, Kou of the Howling New Star/Kiba Ranger, Goro Hoshino/OhRed, Asuka/AbareBlack.
  • Allies: The Entire Toku Heroes in the pantheon, The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, Power Rangers Jungle Fury, Bulk and Skull member of the Kamen Rider Club (particularly Gentaro Kisaragi), CM Punk (surprisingly enough)
  • Enemies: Every ascended Toku villains, especially Mesogog, The Psycho Rangers
  • Former Enemy: Mitsuzane Kureshima
  • Tommy wasn't amongst the initial lineup when Zordon formed the Power Rangers, but in fact a 'late-comer', having been brainwashed by Rita Repulsa to be her enforcer. However, once that was taken care of, he went to become a helper of the Power Rangers... too much of a value that eventually he got promoted into a mainstay and eventual legend of the whole Power Rangers, allowing him to ascend.
  • He wasn't the first to do so, however, his first Japanese counterpart Burai/Dragon Ranger did it first on different circumstances, but Tommy apparently had more 'tours' and 'staying' power. He nearly got killed out of jealousy by Burai himself for this, but after convincing from friends of both sides, they managed to turn it into friendship.
  • Tommy does not get along well with Char, due to constantly wanting to sacrifice all giant robots for the greater good. However, while Heero agrees with him on this point, Primus, as a god of living machines, considers Tommy a genocidal maniac. As all are "good" aligned and know it, they are contractually forbidden to fight about this, and restrict themselves to very stern looks.
  • In the Toku Base, he's the High Saint of the Power Rangers. Unfortunately, he had learned that both Katherine and Kimberly were there. The House of Love have been trying to figure out who Tommy eventually marries. Tommy....won't really comment on it.
  • Was originally going to fight Leonardo of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in a Death Battle, but Zitz wanted to prove his worth so Tommy stepped back (hint: Zitz lost). However, Wiz and Boomstick have announced that Tommy has finally been chosen for battle as the White Ranger, along with the Tigerzord, to fight off Heero Yuy's rival and Char Aznable's High Priest Zechs Merquise and his mecha the Epyon. Tommy is now training with his fellow Toku Base members for the big day. Unfortunately, he lost.
    • Though some claim that Tommy was actually testing out the Tigerzord's weaponry, when one of the blasts from the weaponry hit Noin, killing her & causing Zechs to go on a Roaring Rampage of Revenge, resulting in a Death Battle and Tommy's loss to Zechs Merquise.
      • Upon learning how Jason Lee Scoot was heading off for Death Battle, he helped trained him and the other Rangers so that they would achieve victory. History repeated, and the Power Rangers got defeated too.
  • Is returning in his Green Ranger form to fight in the Power Rangers "Legend War", to help the Megaforce Rangers against the Armada (Although most of his followers wished he was Black Brachio Ranger).
  • Is not fond of Lord Deimos, whose physical appearance reminds him a little too much of Lord Zedd.
  • Tommy had a rather mind-scarring experience or 'dream' of sorts when he learned about a realm where he and the rest of the Power Rangers looked like they constantly overpraise the Super Sentai, with him acting too much like Big One. While he acknowledges the importance of the Super Sentai, Tommy really doesn't like what was seen in that realm...
  • When he's not in his temple, he teaches Science in the Elysium Academy. Many gods are trying to scratch their heads as to how he even became a teacher in the first place with speculations that perhaps that brainwashing meddling in his Zeo things could've been what got him on that path. He was not happy to find Mesagog in the Pantheon though.
  • Was surprised to find former bullies Bulk and Skull in the Pantheon and even more surprised to learn of something known as Angel Grove's Last Stand which they lead. He's respected them more because of that. There was also another time where they were Power Rangers for a day and beat the monster, despite everyone's expectations that they would fail.
  • Learned of the existence of Lord Drakkon, which would've been him if he decided to reject Jason's offer to become the Green Ranger. And then he learned of the Shattered Grid incident which resulted in Lord Drakkon killing him...
    • Having learned of the concept of Personas (and that Gentaro Kisaragi and Shinji Kido have obtained Personas there), he's decided to confront Lord Drakkon once and for all. Now all he needs is a team (and no, he's not suggesting to Recruit Teenagers with Attitude).

    Tikal 
Tikal the Echidna, Goddess of Sealed Heroes
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Demigods

    Karouko Hanasaki/Cure Flower 
Karouko Hanasaki, Goddess of Retired Badasses (Cure Flower)
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  • Demigoddess, Intermediate Goddess as Cure Flower
  • Symbol: Her heart seed and Coupe.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Former Action Girl, Lady of War, Retired Badass, Older and Wiser, Mentor Archetype, Kicking Ass in All Her Finery, Cool Old Lady.
  • Allies: Every single Precure in the Pantheon (especially her granddaughter, Tsubomi Hanasaki), Setsuna Meiou, Mami Tomoe, Mr. Miyagi, Iroh, Signum, and most good people in the House of Family, especially Butters Stotch
  • Enemies: YHVH, Lucifer, Master Li
  • Back in her prime, Karouko was Cure Flower, chosen by the Heart Tree and who was able to single-handedly stop the first invasion Desert Apostles, and was also a karate champion. Now, she is retired from that role, now acting as a mentor to the new generation of Pretty Cures, one of them being her granddaughter.
  • At first she was here as the Goddess of Badass Grandmothers, but when the gods found out that she isn't strong enough to fight anymore, she was offered a new spot.
    • However, during special events (like Christmas), she can transform into Cure Flower again to fight once again.
  • Is serving as an unofficial mentor to most of the Precures in the Pantheon, and several of the other magical girls as well.
    • She gets along well with Iroh and Mr. Miyagi due to this. For the former, many people thought she and Iroh were becoming an item, forming the most badass old couple possible. It wasn't the case.
  • She has a bit of an Intergenerational Friendship with Setsuna Meiou, Mami Tomoe and Signum, due to their similar mentor roles in the first two, and Signum reminding her a little of herself as a Precure.
  • Spends most of her time in the House of Nature with her granddaughter, and has been working on a second greenhouse.
  • Due to her former interest in karate, she occasionally visits the House of Combat. She also sometimes drops by the House of Music to listen to their concerts, as her husband used to be a cellist.
  • Feels sorry for Butters due the fact that he has an abusive grandmother and acts as sort-of grandmother figure to him.

    Taiki Kudo 
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Taiki Kudo, God of Good Samaritans and Chronic Hero Syndrome (Mikey Kudo, General of King Shoutmon, Boy With the Red Xros Loader)


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