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    Ouranos 
Ouranos, Protogenoi of Life-Inducing Blood and Bedding One's Parent (Uranus, Caelus, Father Sky, Father of the Titans)
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Ouranos' humanoid form, as envisioned by The Camp Half-Blood Series
  • Greater God (Overdeity pre-emasculation)
  • Symbol: A bronze dome with a sky-blue interior
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Archnemesis Dad, Origin Of The Cycle Of Patricide, Embodiment Of The Sky, Eldritch Abomination (Usually), The Son And Mate Of Gaea, Light Is Not Good, The Old Gods, Spending Eternity Emasculated And Dethroned, Siring Monsters From His Blood Due To His Castration, Evil Overlord
  • Domains: Divinity, The Sky, Tyranny, Abuse, Blood, Incest, Prophecy
  • Allies: The Divine Powers, Chakravartin Ragyo Kiryuin, Heihachi Mishima
  • Headbutting Villains with: Bandos, Zanza
  • Rivals: Zeus (his grandson), Al'Akir, Rayquaza
  • Enemies: Cronus (his son), Gaea (his mother and former wife), Tartarus (his uncle/step-father), Aphrodite (his daughter), Rayquaza, YHVH, Zygarde, Geb, Beavis and Butthead
  • Opposes: Set, the House of Otherness Abominations and Monsters, cyclops
  • Opposed by: All those with Abusive Parents, Osiris, most of his descendants
  • Interested in: Kratos (his great-grandson), Davros, Jedah Dohma and Skarlet
  • Respects: The Weird Sisters
  • Ouranos was one of the protogenoi, or Greek primordial gods. More abstract concepts, he was envisioned as a bronze dome that enveloped the Earth. Gaea's son and husband, he detested his children and sealed them up in Tartarus or within his wife. Infuriated, Gaea tasked the youngest of her children, Cronus, with a flint scythe to take down his father. When he was ready to sleep with Gaea, Cronus used the opportunity to castrate his father, dethroning him. But he would have the last laugh as he warned Cronus one day his children would overthrow him, just as he.
  • For eons, Ouranos spent his existence in a state less than death. His only joy came from Cronus suffering the same fate as him. All that changed when the lost primordial was discovered by the Divine Powers. They told him that they understand what it's like to be an old god, long since usurped. Ouranos was interested in regaining his ancient role as Top God of the Greek pantheon, and revenge on his consort, leading to him joining their cause. The Olympians and Titans were on edge for this.
  • In most cases castration means the end of reproduction, but this wasn't entirely the case with Ouranos. When his blood landed on the Earth, it spawned the first giants, the tree nymph Melia and most ferocious the Erinyes. The Erinyes are vengeful spirits who punish oath-breakers, which gives him somewhat of a link to the House of Vengeance. He is interested in the likes of Davros for his ability to create monsters in hopes he can use his divine blood to make some for him, and what Jedah Dohma and Skarlet could weaponize with his to serve his vengeance.
  • His severed genitals would eventually coalesce into Aphrodite. Hating his castration, he sought to try and steal her away in the vain hope of re-masculating himself. Understands Osiris being upset about his castration, however Osiris doesn't want to be associated with the tyrant sky god in any way. Dislikes Set due to how he castrated Osiris bringing back bad memories.
  • The form he takes is just convenience and originally mating with Gaea. Outside of the pantheon he rarely anthropomorphizes, being more the literal sky as the Ancient Greeks thought it. While an Eldritch Abomination, he dislikes most more obvious abominations due to considering him hideous. This is why he sealed up the Hecatonchires, embodiments of natural disasters with fifty heads and a hundred arms. He dislikes both the Otherness Abominations and Monsters sub-house for their perceived ugliness.
  • As mentioned, Ouranos was both the son of Gaea and her husband, whom he came to cover every night and mate with. While Greek gods don't have an incest taboo, this kind of pairing is rare. It's unclear if Ouranos has some sort of Oedipus Complex, though most agree he was the more abusive and aggressive side of the relationship. He has sworn vengeance against Gaea for helping Cronus overthrow him, and has attacked the likes of Geb and Zygarde for being a lot like Gaea. Geb notices that like his beloved Nut he is the sky incarnate, which makes him really uncomfortable seeing someone so evil embody what Nut embodies.
  • Sees some of himself in Ragyo Kiryuin, being a controlling, abusive parent. The whole incest thing is inverted in his case compared to her, but he sees her as useful for his endeavors and desire to get back at Gaea. He respects Heihachi Mishima's treatment of his family.
  • Wanted to ascend under his old title of "God of the Sky", but was informed that wasn't a trope. He will still act as he is still the god of the sky, and is ready to fight for that title. Because of this he considers Rayquaza a rival, and often fights with the Sky High Pokemon for dominance in the ozone layer. He feels his role as the embodiment of the sky should also give him precedent over the wind, leading him to butt heads with Al'Akir.
    • Sees Zeus as his biggest rival, being the current Top God of the Greek pantheon in what used to be his position. He calls him "a usurper of a usurper". Zeus considers him as bad as Cronus, just with less cannibalism.
  • Is a bit irritated that there are so many gods in the pantheon. Back in his day, pantheons were a lot more exclusive.
  • While he has sided with the Divine Powers for restoration, he has also sided with Chakravartin for revenge on Gaea. He is aware of her hatred for Gohma Vlitra and Chakravartin being that monster's master, and wants in on it for his vengeance. To help him achieve dominance once more he is working with Bandos and Zanza, but it is only temporary. He doesn't trust them due to their tendency to destroy worlds.
  • Goes by Ouranos, but Uranus fits him just as well. Or Caelus going by the Roman version. The seventh planet from the Sun is named after him. Having been out of it for the past few eons, he was incredibly displeased to learn the word "Uranus" has become a joke, which is why he prefers to go by Ouranos in the pantheon.
  • Make a crack about Uranus and he'll make you pay. Beavis and Butthead couldn't resist, and got thrown into Tartarus for their troubles. Tartarus spit them out to spite him due to Tartarus being Gaea's new mate and disliking, making them very lucky and Ouranos searching for an even worse fate for them. He hates the Protogenoi of the Abyss for being in a happy relationship with "his" Gaea.
  • The source of the Cycle of Patricide and Cronus' paranoia, making him responsible for the Oedipal conflict that has plagued the gods. He spends time in the House of Prophecy coming up with more of these kinds of prophecies, all in hopes of consuming his descendants and enemies with paranoia. He respects the Weird Sisters for how they used prophecy to manipulate Macbeth.
    • Interested in Kratos for continuing this cycle, killing Cronus and Zeus. He sees Kratos as a potential pawn, but has yet to act because he knows its best not to mess with his great-grandson. At least not like his relatives have.
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Intermediate Gods

    Mana Ouma 
Mana Ouma, Goddess of Incestual Villains (Eve)
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Mana Reborn 
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: A purple crystal flower
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (Under the virus influence she can become Chaotic Evil, but she has been behaving so far)
  • Portfolio: Yandere, The Fallen Eve and the first infected of the Apocalypse Virus, Love with Siblings, Incest with Creepiness, Pretty Much Insane to Begin With, Likes to Marry Her Siblings
  • Domains: Life & Death, Emotion, Insanity, Love, Lust, Chaos, Incest
  • Allies: Gai Tsutsugami, Yuno Gasai, Alex Mercer, Hansel and Gretel, Belarus
  • Rivals: Sora Kasugano
  • Enemies: Yuu, The Incubators, Nui Harime, Ragyo Kiryuin, Masato Kusaka/Kamen Rider Kaixa, The GUAD, Albert Wesker, Kane
  • Complicated Relationships: Shu Ouma (Her younger brother), Inori Yuzuriha (Her Vessel)
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Shiro Tagachi
  • Pitied by: Rika Furude
  • Mana Ouma was a little girl who lived in the peaceful islands with her parents. However, during a stroll with her mother, Mana came into contact with a meteorite made by Da’ath, which infected her and she became the Patient Zero of the Apocalypse Virus. She originally wanted her younger brother Shu to become her Adam, but was rejected by him after he got scared of her sister getting increasingly insane, which caused Mana to lash out and explode in anguish, causing the infamous event of Lost Christmas. Inori Yuzuriha is her artificial vessel made by Da’ath so they revive her in order to fulfill her role as Eve and bring forth the apocalypse and recreate the human race. Fortunately, Mana was defeated and freed from her infection along with Gai when Shu rescued Inori.
  • The apocalypse virus that she hold within her is capable of crystalizing people and the completely shattering them after a while. While she was gone, the infection only grew slowly on its victims, but if Mana really wants it to, she can instantly turn anyone into crystal within her point of view. The GUAG has been worried about the potential outbreak she may possibly cause, but fortunately Mana herself has no intention of doing that.
    • On the other hand, some people have noticed that the apocalypse virus behaves similarly to the Tiberium, which made Kane interested in the potential that Mana has. He is even considering using her to create an altered version of Tiberium.
  • Since her own ascension, Mana's primary motivations are trying not 'die' out of boredom. Her unstable personality had to be checked constantly until the court of gods was sure that she was in normal condition. While the essence of the virus still lingers within her, she is not interested in bringing the apocalypse to the pantheon, much to the dissapointment of the GUAD.
  • Some of the members where she resides get nervous at Mana due to what she represent and how dangerous she can be if provoked. Hansel & Gretel are the only ones that accept her and consider her like a surrogate elder sister.
    • Even then, she has called out other gods who do hold titles related to incest as being a bunch of hypocrites to consider her the odd one out.
  • Inori is not at all happy to see Mana again, given how Mana stole her body. But both eventually managed to work out an agreement to not bother each other and be on amicable terms. Shu on the other hand wants to stay as far away as possible for his sister, but he has noticed that Mana at least tries to behave herself now.
  • Mana has a lot in common with Yuno Gasai, right down to the hair colour, insane personality and murderous urges. However, most thought that their friendship would break after Yuno completely changed for good, but that was not the case, as Mana herself became more stable after a reevaluation by the court of gods. They are still friends, but have tried to keep their Yanderism to a minimum (although mana is a honorary member of the new Yandere group)
  • Mana has become aquaintanced with Alex Mercer due to both being living embodiments of a virus and are inhuman in nature. But their alliance is somewhat shaky, due to Mercer still being a continious threat towards the pantheon in general makes Mana think that he might absorb her. And god knows what would happen if the Mercer takes control of the Apocalypse Virus too.
  • Mana became a common target for people interested to create biological weapons because of the apocalypse virus properties. Initially, many thought that Mana was going to join them willingly but that wasn't the case.
  • Rika pities mana since she can't sympathize to being controlled by a virus (in her case, the hinamizawa syndrome) but hasn't quite tried to become friend with her. She has dealt with enough unstable people to suddenly include another one.
  • Has some sort of a minor rivalry with Sora Kasugano, but only because she was able to actually settle down and have a decent romantic relationship with her twin brother. And because she also gets along with Shu and Inori.
  • After hearing about how she crystalized half the world during the 4th apocalypse by just ballet dancing on top of a world map, she has been ridiculed to no end. That's probably why she avoids talking about that.

    Mordred 
Mordred, God of Inbred Villains (Merdaut, Merdrawt, Sir Mordred, Usurper High King of England)
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Sir Mordred by H.J. Ford(1902)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His sword, Clarent (which he swiped from Arthur)
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (originally Lawful Good)
  • Portfolio: Originally Not A Traitor, Tragic Fallen Hero, Cool Sword, Antagonistic Offspring And Evil Nephew to Arthur, Bastard Bastard Upon Learning How He Was Conceived (May Not Have Been Consensual), Heroic BSoD triggering a Face–Heel Turn, The Usurper, Mutual Kill
  • Domains: Betrayal, Incest, Knighthood, Legend, Royalty
  • Distaff Counterpart: The other Mordred
  • Allies: Goro Akechi, Marcello, Arthas Menethil, Akechi Mitsuhide, Ursula
  • Enemies: Arthur and Artoria Pendragon (uncle/father and uncle/father's Distaff Counterpart), Lancelot, Gawain, Merlin, Shirou, Luke Skywalker, The Emperor of Mankind, The Crimson King, Alistar Theirin, Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Opposes: Ramsay Bolton, Joffrey Baratheon, Dante Aligheri
  • Opposed by: Much of the House of Royalty
  • Pities: Tommen Baratheon
  • Pitied by: Daenerys Targaryen, Oedipus Rex (in a Sympathy for the Devil sort)
  • Sir Mordred is one of Knights of the Round Table, and by far it's most infamous. Once a loyal follower of King Arthur, he would eventually turn on Arthur as a usurper, and bring about the downfall of Camelot. His and Arthur's fate ended in a Mutual Kill. He was also in some tales the one to expose Lancelot and Guinevere's adultery.
  • Already Arthur's nephew, his turn would later involve the Awful Truth that his conception was an incestuous union between Arthur and his half-sister(which varies depending on the texts). Originally he merely held the role of the prophesied killer of King Arthur, but has become a more sinister example with this relationship as motivation. Perhaps because of being a victim of Adaptational Villainy and his opposition to a king, he finds himself relating to Ursula quite a lot.
  • The female Mordred is his Alternate Self, from a world where his father was a woman instead. Of course they have the same parental issues and Antagonistic Offspring position, but Fate Mordred is on better terms with her "father" and doesn't exactly approve of his actions. Artoria's master Shirou didn't take kindly to the fact he wants to take down any version of his father, including Artoria.
  • He was not happy to learn of Mordred Deschain, the bitter, would be Anti-Christ and half-son of the Crimson King. Sir Mordred is no Omnicidal Maniac, that's for sure. As the Crimson King is the progeny of the King Arthur of that world and a insectile Prim succubus, this makes the Crimson King his half-brother by proxy. He's not happy with the complete maniac that is the Crimson King having any relation to him either.
  • Relates to both Goro Akechi and Marcello, as they are villainous illegitimate children with a definite tragedy that made them the way they are. Goro in particular, Mordred sympathized with his ambition of Calling the Old Man Out. He much prefer hanging in their sub-house than his own, due to his shame at his incestuous conception.
  • An archetypal Bastard Bastard, but bastards have standards. Being Inbred and Evil royalty, Mordred believed he might find something in common with Joffrey, but found him very obnoxious. And since his own inbred status would mean he's completely unviable for the Iron Throne, Joffrey believes Mordred would bring unwanted rumors. As for Ramsay Bolton, he is too vile for Mordred and is nothing more than a glorified Serial Killer.
  • His pity goes out towards Tommen Baratheon. Unlike his cruel brother, Tommen has the right heart to be king, and could be trained to have the right will as well, but his illegitimate, inbred conception denies him the throne. On the other side, while Daenerys doesn't condone his actions, she feels sad that he feels cursed by how he was born. Oedipus Rex also feels bad, having to deal with the horrible truth he bedded and procreated with his own mother.
  • Naturally Mordred is on bad terms with the House of Royalty. Interestingly in some versions he is the legitimate heir to the throne, instead of Arthur who's more sketchy in illegitimacy. And in some versions, he's a popular king with the country seeing peace. Either way, he opposes Alistair Therein out of jealously that a fellow bastard actually got the chance to be a good king.
  • Because of his Daddy Issues, he has it out for those who remind him of his father, enough that they know Mordred is bad news. He ended up in blows with Sonic since in in Sonic and the Black Knight Sonic is highly implied to be that world's King Arthur. He also recognized the similarities in Arthur and Luke Skywalker, and it isn't hard to compare fellow Evil Nephew Kylo Ren to Mordred. How the Emperor's relationship with Horus Luprecal ended is most like the Mutual Kill of Arthur and Mordred.
  • Partly royal daddy issues, partly their shared status as a Fallen Hero, but he finds himself getting along with Arthas Menethil. He also can be seen working with Akechi Mitsuhide for bringing the downfall of a mighty leader, and varying interpretations given to them over the centuries.
  • According to Dante, his fate was to be put in the lowest circle of Hell for his betrayal. Mordred doesn't particularly like Dante for saying that's the case.
  • To get back at his father/uncle, Mordred has released a damning tale of one of the Arthurian legends: the Mayday Massacre, where Arthur literally drowned every baby who's one years old at most, in an attempt to avert Merlin's prophecy of his fall by killing Mordred (ironically making the fall of Camelot karmic). Perseus alone would sever all ties with Arthur thanks to that (his own grandfather trying to do the same to him and his mother), and that's not even counting how his knights would feel. Merlin would naturally be complicit if only in telling Arthur about the prophecy in the first place.

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Lesser Gods

    Aerys II Targaryen 
King Aerys Targaryen, The Second Of His Name, God of Royal Inbreeding (The Mad King, King Scab)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The sigil of the Targaryen flag (a red, three-headed dragon on a black background), singed by flame
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Posthumous Character, Brother–Sister Incest Both Villainous And Royal, Violently Insane Kings, Pyro Maniac, White-Haired Villainy, Evil Overlord Deconstructed, Despised Leaders, Envies Tywin And Lusts For His Wife, The Paranoiac, BURN THEM ALL!
  • Domains: Fire, Madness, Dragons, Incest, Cruelty, Fire
  • Herald: His second son, Viserys Targaryen
  • Allies: Caligula, Luca Blight, The Queen of Hearts, Draco Malfoy, Ragnaros the Fire Lord, Firefly, Deathwing, The Firebird, Nefarian, Albedo Piazzollo, Mana Ouma, Hansel and Gretel, Kuja, Vile, The Pyro
  • Special relationship with: Daenerys Targaryen (his daughter), Jon Snow (his grandson)
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Oberyn Martell
  • Enemies: Anyone who's a member of Houses Stark, Baratheon or Lannister (Jaime Lannister most of all, for for slaying him), Gregor Clegane, Ornstein, Caim, Dovahkiim, Lesale Deathbringer, Typhus, The Plague Knight, Beedrill, Charizard, James Raynor, Barroth, Alexstrasza, Johnny Blaze, Jean Grey, Zuko
  • Opposes: The Houses of Food, Bladed Weapons, Water and Ice (especially Swampert)
  • Opposed by: Almost all of Westeros, the Ice King, The Kasugano twins and every good-aligned member of the House of Royalty
  • Aerys Targaryen, The Second of His Name, was the son and successor of King Jaehaerys IInote  and his sister Shaera. Targaryens typically wed siblings or other relatives, and as such it's often said the gods would flip a coin; either to produce a great king or induce Targaryen madness. Though initially showing promise, Aerys proved to be the latter as an utterly mad monarch who got off on burning people alive and who's cruelty would help lead to Robert's Rebellion. Now, the Mad King returns to reclaim the Iron Throne in the pantheon, as the god of Royal Inbreeding.
  • Though a product and partaker of Royal Inbreeding with his sister-wife Rhaella, Aerys would rather not have the title. He didn't want to marry his sister, but his hand's wife Joanna Lannister. He demanded that he be made on of the Fierce Protectors of Royalty...however was quickly shut up when the Court of Gods both pointed out he is in no way deserving of that title, but if he doesn't want the title he'll be stuck in the seven hells. The Mad King quickly shut himself up.
  • He is thoroughly disliked by almost every inhabitant from Westeros, god or not. However, it's the Starks, Baratheons and Lannisters who hate him the most; Ned Stark for burning his father and being part of Robert's Rebellion, Tywin Lannister for their awful "friendship" and Robert Baratheon for starting the Rebellion in the first place. Their shared hatred of the Mad King is one of the only things to invoke an Enemy Mine situation. Out of personal experience, he detests the rebel leader Jim Raynor.
  • Was horrified to learn that the man who killed him, Jaime Lannister, was in the same house as him. He almost never stays in his own house, not wanting to feel his blade against his back again. From a safe distance, however, he'll take enormous relish at mocking both him, Tywin and Robert on how Joffrey turned out.
  • Some have speculated he might be Tyrion's biological father, and/or Jaime and Cersei. After all, the Mad King did blatanly lust after Tywin's wife Joanna, and is said to have taken "certain liberties" with her; the Lannister family understandably fears he may have gone all the way and used the law of of first night on her. Tyrion would rather not think about this, and Tywin's response spoke volumes:
    Tywin Lannister: "Even I don't hate Tyrion enough to use you to de-legitimize him."
  • Was interested in learning what his surviving progeny was up to in the years after his mortal death. He was upset that his favorite son Viserys ended up being a failure of a re-claimant, but is proud of Daenerys for her work in Essos, not to mention being the first Targaryen in over a century to hatch dragon eggs. Though Dany does care for her father, she'd rather stay her distance from the Mad King.
  • Like Oberyn Martell, he's enraged at Gregor Clegane's crimes against his family. The two are working to get back at the Mountain, however the Red Viper has made it clear he thinks Aerys is despicable; he's only helping him in getting back at Gregor and Tywin, nothing more. It's rather telling that to counter the Mountain he's hired another Psycho for Hire, Vile.
  • Though Cersei desired his son Rhaegar Targaryen and Tywin wished to arrange the marriage, Aerys refused as "A king does not marry his heir to his servant's daughter." This serves to be yet another reason why the two ended up at each other's throats.
  • Being the deranged monarch he is, Aerys is unpopular with most in his House. Caligula and Luca Blight, however, get along (Caligula in particular due to partaking in incest). The three have teamed up along with The Queen of Hearts in hopes of taking over their house, forming "The Quartet of Mad Monarchs" (to be made a Quintet if Joffrey ever manages to join them).
  • Got on the bad side of the Ice King due to his association with fire and being too viciously crazy for his standards.
  • Has a complete obsession with fire, particularly wildfire; his pyrophilia would go so far as to savagely rape his wife after getting aroused at the sight of men being burned alive (most believe Daenerys was conceived in this manner). The Mad King was positively giddy at learning of the House of Fire and Electricity, where he now spends 90% of his time in. You can usually see him fanboying over Ragnaros the Burning, and is fascinated by the potential of the Firebird. The only reason why he doesn't spend the remaining 10% there is that Johnny Blaze doesn't appreciate him, inflicting the Penance Stare on him; an experience he described as "too fiery for my tastes" before curling up in the fetal position from the psychic pain.
  • The Mad King was happy to learn of the existence of the House of Dragons, though has not had any success in allying any of them. He did form a bond with the psychotic, incestuous Deathwing and Nefarian due to being a fiery dragon, while earning Alexstrasza's ire for trying to enslave her. There was also the time where he met Charizard, only to get mad that it wasn't a real dragonnote  and tried to spear Charizard.
  • To the dismay of the good-aligned pantheon members, he has hired The Pyro and Firefly as his head pyromancers. He also seeks to make Jean Grey his new queen due to her Phoenix Force, something that utterly disgusts her.
  • Opposes the House of Water and Ice, by virtue of it putting out flames. He's shown particular contempt for Swampert and Barroth as their earth powers can put out his Greek Fire. Aerys has also put a hit on dragon slayers in the pantheon.
  • Zuko hates the Mad King, as his fire obsession and madness reminds him of his own father Ozai.
  • In his universe, white hair is a sign of Targaryen blood. As such, he believes that the other white-haired gods are members of his family and has tried to make alliances with them. He got along with a bunch of fellow white-haired crazies like Albedo Piazzollo and the incestuous Mana Ouma, Hansel and Gretel. In particular, he approves of Kuja's final act of spite. The Kasugano twins despise him however, as he represents the negative aspects of both incest and white-haired people.
  • Since Lucius Malfoy looks like an older Viserys Targaryen and Draco Malfoy acts a lot like him, he treats the boy as his grandson. Draco doesn't mind, since it gives him a place to hide.
  • Despite his appearance, he was at his forties maximum at death. A lot of this comes from his paranoia; he almost never groomed himself because he feared he'd cut himself(which he's had personal experience from his Iron Throne), and almost never ate because he was worried of poisons. As such, he opposes the House of Bladed Weapons, and is seriously concerned of catching something from Typhus and the Plague Knight. He's against the House of Food because he believes they'll poison any food they'd give him.
  • Once enjoyed some delicious honey from Beedrill. When he learnt of the Poison Bee's typing, Aerys immediately suspected foul play and tried to torch the Pokemon. Beedrill promptly Mega Evolved and jabbed at the Mad King, causing him soil himself and run.
  • Though he hopes never to return to the seven hells again, Aerys admits he'd at least take comfort at his gravest enemies for the civil war they're stuck in. He's very happy that Petyr Baelish exists to flame the fans of discord, all out of a final "fuck you" to Westeros. Littlefinger hasn't commented about if this feels insulting or not, but would certainly try to off such a unpredictable chess piece as soon as possible.
  • Has yet to comment on the popular theory that Jon Snow may be the son of Rhaegar Targaryen and Lyanna Stark, other than hoping if it's true more civil war and chaos will come from it.

    Belarus 
Belarus, Goddess of One-Sided Sibling Attraction (Natalia Arlovskaya)
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    Oedipus 
Oedipus, God of Surprise Incest (Oedipus Rex)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: the royal crest of Thebes
  • Theme Song: "Oedipus Rex"
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Famously had sex with his mother (even though he didn't know that Jocasta is his mother), Self-Fulfilling Prophecy, Go Mad from the Revelation, Oblivious Adoption, Incest, Tragic Heroes, Determination To Tragic Results, Solving Riddles
  • Domain: Love, Family, Leadership
  • High Priest: Oh Dae-su
  • Allies: Suguha Kirigaya, Negi Springfield, Leia Organa, Luke Skywalker, Hank Pym
  • Complicated Relationship with: Laharl
  • Enemies: Sigmund Freud, Ultron, Jack Horner
  • Pitied by: Shinichi Kudo
  • Was one of the oldest god in the pantheon in terms of date of ascension (he ascended in the fifth century BCE). He didn't get any prestige or respect for this, however, as, well, the man married his mother, and that kinda Squicks everyone out, (except Slaanesh). However, after a careful revaluation and an appeal from Oedipus, he was moved from his old title (a case of Never Live It Down) to his more suitable current one.
  • Nobody admits to being his follower (outside of the Appalachian foothills), but somehow he is quite popular nonetheless.
    • However, due to his temple change, now a lot of his followers are unexpected followers instead.
  • He's sick of being associated with this concept. He didn't know she was his mother nor that the guy was his dad. Of course, he seems to think that's the only thing wrong, glossing over the whole: killing a bunch of people for what was tantamount to cutting him off in traffic.
    • He argues that attempting to run someone off the road is not cutting them off in traffic.
  • One of Oedipus's former followers that he is happily get rid off is Ultron, as he actively keeps trying to kill his human father, and get his human wife to become his robot queen. Now, Oedipus can officially denounce Ultron with his new title.
    • For their share hatred of Ultron and Never Live It Down reputation, Oedipus made friends with Hank Pym.
  • Has a score to settle with Freud for daring to coin his name for a complex that he didn't even aware of. Freud avoids Oedipus because of this.
  • Shinichi Kudo felt sorry for him and his condition because the detective have met a case with such a heartbreaking cercumstance.
  • After his temple change, he met and befriended people who have experience similar circumstances like Luke, Leia, Negi and Suguha (who was the former holder of the title). All of them also feel sorry for him for his self-inflict blindness.
  • Was offered to fix his blindness but refuse on the ground that it would remind him to see the world not limit to his view and as remembrance of his family.
  • Was disgusted when he found out that Jack Horner slept with his half-sisters and didn't care about the situation when found out.

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Demigods

    Ephraim & Eirika 
Ephraim & Eirika, Twin God(s) of Incest Subtext (Ephraim: Restoration King, Eirika: Erina, Restoration Queen)
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  • Demigods
  • Symbol: Lunar and Solar Braces, and the Sacred Twins Siegmund and Sieglinde
  • Theme: The Sacred Stones Main Theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Heroes
  • Domains: Twins, Subtext
  • Allies: Marth, Ike, Robin, Lucina, Chrom, Weiss Schnee, Fiora (Eirika)
  • Enemies: Hansel and Gretel, Mana Ouma
  • Opposes: Haruka and Sora Kasugano, Kneesocks and Scanty
  • Worthy Opponent: Chrom
  • Despite their close relationship, they are not incestuous. Unfortunately, in spite of their confusion and disgust, they have a seat in the house of Couples.
    • It doesn't stop people from believing that not only are they very close. but they're actually married. The Sacred Twins they wield being named after an actual pair of incestuous twins didn't help.
    • These rumors have become so prevalent that Ephraim personally addressed them and wondered so many people would believe this. Eirika quickly changed the subject, and the gossip has not slowed down in any way.
  • An Einjerhar of Eirika once was forced to wear a wedding dress after picking up a strange bouquet. She gave Robin the Wedding Bouquet to make any female warriors a Bride.
  • Ephraim is capable of doing anything, however, he was known for being a Leeroy Jenkins in which made him a bit unpopular by his people, in fact his people only celebrated because Orson's reign of terror was over. Not only that, his fame is why Innes had a bitter rivalry with him and Lyon had inferiority complex toward Ephraim.
    • His planning with assaulting the fortress Renvall with only few troops with intention of heading the capital of Grado after capturing it caught the eye of the man himself.
  • Eirika once mistaken Caeda for her best friend, Tana.
  • She sometimes go by the name Erina so that she could pose as a mercenary and avoid suspicion of her royal heritage. Why she still look as she normally does and doesn't try to hide herself is still questioned.
  • The Tactician's opinion on them is a bit divided. On one hand, their game is easy, which means s/he has considerably less trouble keeping his/her troops alive. On the other hand, their game is easy, and so it deprives him/her of a challenge.
  • Some criticized Eirika's naivity when she gave Renais' Sacred Stone to Lyon, possessed by the Demon King, when she trusted him in the need of the Stone to drive off the Demon King's influence, and crushes it. Though she admits that she wanted to free her friend whenever and found that when he is beyond saving, she will defeat him in order to free him.
    • Not that her brother escapes criticism as well, because of his ace status and the success of his Leeroy Jenkins strategies, some might accuse of being too perfect, in spite of Ephraim's own account that had it been him who faced Lyon, he still fell for it and believing that Lyon was in control when he knew it shouldn't happen, it took the aforementioned Tana to snap him out of Heroic BSoD.
  • The two have found that they weren't much different with some siblings. There were many pairings of Ryuko Matoi and Satsuki Kiryuin when it turned out that they were sisters. Same goes with Princess Anna and Queen Elsa. Though whether they have any feelings of the situation or not, they haven't figure it out yet.
  • They also found that the devil sisters, Kneesocks and Scanty, often were involved in incestuous deals. They are not pleased with it, people believing siblings to be incestuous is one thing, siblings who actually are is another.
  • At one point, Ephraim had a very epic battle with Chrom, resulting them to become best friends. Unfortunately, Eirika... didn't fare that well against Chrom's daughter Lucina.

    Haruka & Sora Kasugano 
Haruka and Sora Kasugano, Twin Sibling Deities of Twincest
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