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Greater Gods

    Dr. Caligari 
Dr. Caligari, Divine Representative of German Expressionism and Madness Montage
  • Greater God in Francis's hallucination, he is actually a Quasideity
  • Symbol: The Cabinet
  • Theme Song: "Introducing Cesare" (shared with his minion/patient Cesare)
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil according to Francis, he's actually Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: The Circus, Brainwashed and Crazy Evil Minions, Madness Montage, Room Full of Crazy (Trope Maker) is apart of Francis's hallucination, Twist Ending (Trope Maker), making film a valid art form
  • Domains: Trickery, Darkness, Mentalism, Manipulation, Tyranny
  • Followers: Tim Burton, Werner Herzog
  • Allies: Cesare (his minion), Harley Quinn,
  • Enemies: The ascended cast of Neon Genesis Evangelion, Light Yagami
  • Complicated Relationship with: Sofia Lamb
  • Made his ascension with multiple posters stapled across the walls of the Pantheon saying, "You must become Caligari!"
  • Despite his job as a psychiatrist, he claims that the House of Ambiguity is weird, even for his tastes. That said, he thinks that Lambdadelta is an interesting friend for tea.
  • With the reveal that all of his and Cesare's evil actions is in Francis's hallucination, the Pantheon is having a headache of trying to figure out whether or not to ascend the Caligari in Francis's hallucination or the "real" Caligari. In the end, the Pantheon decided to let the two share the temples, with one alternate the other.
  • He and Harley Quinn forge an unconventional relationship because of the fact that they are... less than normal psychiatrist. She surprisingly bonds with the "real" Caligari during her saner moments.
    • Caligari has less of a smooth relationship with Sofia Lamb, however, given that she is so evil that Caligari's "real" counterpart can't get along with her.
  • Rick Blaine freaked out when visiting his temple because Caligari and Caesar are fictional characters in his universe. Blaine has been trying to avoid the both of them ever since.
  • Being the temple that holds the mad moments of quite a few of notable figures in the Pantheon, he has earned the ire quite a few figures in the Pantheon.
    • The most prolific figures are the ascended cast of Neon Genesis Evangelion because his temple holds the mad montage from them. While Caligari promised to not use them for any evil purpose, they still uncomfortable with the montage's very existence.
    • Yagami despite Caligari with a passion due to his house holds the one montage of his breakdown when he is about to be arrested and killed by Ryuk, couples with the fact that Caligari's patient Cesare has similar looks to Light's enemy L and Ryuk.
  • Because his movie is the one that makes films grow into a valid art form, his temple received a lot of visit from many cinematic deities. The "real" Caligari is annoyed with this while the insane Caligari is welcoming visitors to satisfy his ego.
  • Can also be found in Narrative Genres Ato M.

Intermediate Gods

    Albedo Piazzolla 
Albedo Piazzolla, God of Hyperviolent Tendencies (URTV No. 667, White Testament)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The number 667
  • Theme Music: Albedo, Final Battle
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Those Who Are Completely Batshit Crazy, Demented Laughter, Clones With Issues, Clonecestuous Homoerotic Subtext, Referential Babble, Biblical Allusions, Regeneration And Nightmarish Demonstrations Thereof, Those Who Really Don't Want To Live Forever, Brotherly Love Gone Horribly Wrong, Convoluted Suicidal Ambitions
  • Followers: Desil Galette.
  • Allies: Vaas Montenegro, Ryoma Sengoku, Gabriel Belmont, Asura, Porky Minch, Red Skull
  • Opposed by: Shizuo Heiwajima, KOS-MOS, chaos, Shiki Ryougi
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: SCP-1440
  • Domains: Chaos, Healing, Madness, Pain, Planning, Trickery
  • Has challenged multiple gods to attempt to kill him. He even took a trip to the House of Death and Postmortem and made a party out of it. The moment chaos heard about it, he quickly rushed over and put an end to it right as Shiki Ryougi was about to knife him out of existence for reminding her too much of Lio Shirazumi.
  • Shizuo Heiwajima originally tried to beat him to death with his bare hands for being as creepy as Izaya, but with a voice eerily similar to his own. He stopped however, when he realized that not only was Albedo regenerating almost instantaneously, the nutcase was actually enjoying it. Shizuo has just taken to giving Albedo a wide berth ever since then, even though Albedo constantly hounds him just to mess with his head.
  • Is one of the few gods considered functionally "Untrollable" by the Trollkaiger due to both his regenerative ability and his general insanity. They're still experimenting with new methods to hopefully break him one day though.
  • Joined the GUAC as its core philosophy fits him perfectly. He mostly just uses it as a cover for his own agendas though.
  • In his more lucid moments, Albedo has shown signs of having a plan other than just...well, being himself. What no one realizes is that this plan's ultimate goal is his own destruction.
    • This mindset had earned him a friend in Gabriel as he felt the same way, Though do to certain events Gabriel is attempting to have him walk the earth with him.
  • Is at war with Kefka, god of Madness and Hate. More lucid gods are taking bets. Less lucid gods are taking hits to the face with large amounts of fire. The Joker just finds the whole thing hilarious.
  • Is even more immortal than most deities, since he's the only one who cannot be killed.
    • The exception is of course, Shiki Ryougi, but then again, she's the exception to a lot of things.

    Hunter Zolomon/Zoom 
Hunter Zolomon, The Mentally Disturbed God (Reverse Flash II, Zoom)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Cowl, featuring a unique pair of eye lens
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral/Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Massive Psychological Issues and pitiable Past that drove him to Villainy, Former Friends and Partners With Wally West, Former FBI Agent until Grodd rendered him Disabled, His Superpowers Eliminated his Disability of immobility, Heavily Deranged, Alien Sense of Perception and Morals, Ability to Manipulate Time as a perceptive Illusion of Super-Speed, Incredibly Sympathetic Villain with a neglectful past and an Abusive Father, Tries to Mentor Wally West, Red Eyes, Take Warning, Believes that Tragedy and Pain are the best form of Character Development, The Second Reverse-Flash (And Chronologically the First), Loves his wife Ashley, Well-Intentioned Extremist
  • Domains: Disability, Time, Misery, Cynicism, Villainy
  • Allies: Bizarro, Scott Shelby, Madara Uchiha, Regime Superman, Dr. Doom, Albedo Piazzolla, Magneto, Goro Akechi, Archaon the Everchosen, Odio, Darth Vader, "Hero Killer" Stain
  • Rivals: Eobard Thawne/Reverse-Flash, Leonard Snart/Captain Cold
  • Enemies: Gorilla Grodd, Barry Allen/The Flash, Beast Boy, Norman Jayden, Clarice Starling, Will Graham, Sonic the Hedgehog, Dio Brando, Koba, Kronika
  • Complicated Relationship: Wally West/Flash II, the House of Love and Affection
  • Respects: Heroes and Villains who went through Tragedy
  • Opposes: Abusive Parents
  • Opposed by: The House of Justice
  • Hunter Zolomon had an... unpleasant life. His parents were neglectful towards him to the point of often ignoring Hunter's presence. Even worse, his father was a Serial Killer who killed several women. Hunter's father killed his wife in front of him before being gunned down by the police. The event made Zolomon interested in Psychology wanting to learn how serial killers operated and how their personalities functioned, culminating in him becoming an FBI informant. He became friends with Wally West, often helping him out in crime-fighting as his personal informant. All this came to a crashing halt when he was attacked by Gorilla Grodd who snapped his body, rendering Zolomon paralyzed and destroying his job ventures. After being refused help from Wally to revert him back healthy, Zolomon took matters into his own hands and used the Cosmic Treadmill. It exploded; Zolomon came out of the explosion healed from his injuries, but the experience damaged his already-declining mental health so badly he became a deranged madman. With the ability to manipulate time and believing that heroes must suffer from some kind of tragedy to become better, Zolomon christened himself Zoom, becoming Wally's greatest nemesis and in his view, a teacher to make him a better person.
  • Zolomon heard about the Pantheon during one of his villainous stints. He became interested in hearing about several heroes, many from his universe and others he had no knowledge about. The sheer amount of residents there was enough to make Hunter consider making his entrance. Furthermore, he was pleased to hear that numerous residents went through a personal tragedy that made them heroes, which Hunter believes is fundamental. At the same time, he became aware that there were those who became heroes without tragedy, which irritated Zolomon and the number of villains there were immense. Joining the Pantheon, Zolomon is now making plans on which heroes and villains to approach, because, in his view, he'll be the teacher they need...
  • In contrast to the Flash family and the Reverse-Flash, Hunter Zolomon doesn't actually have Super-Speed as his main power. Instead, his primary ability is to control and alter time as he sees fit. And with using his abilities everything around him stops thus giving off the illusion that Zolomon is travelling in Super-Speed. On an additional note, Zolomon is granted an empowered physique, including superhuman strength, stamina and reflexes. His preferred attack is to snap his fingers, triggering a massive concussive wave around his environment to cause massive damage.
    • Due to his experience as an FBI Agent and his studies in psychology and criminology, he is intellectually impressive in figuring out tactics and determining one's mindset and beliefs, which heavily contrasts his incredibly warped and deranged moral views.
    • Thanks to certain events, Zolomon was able to access the Speed Force and gain the superhuman speed the Flash Family were known for, though in doing so, he separated the Speed Force from the time-stream, disabling the ability to Time Travel.
  • Zolomon's relationship with Eobard Thawne is a rather polarizing one. They are both the greatest and most personal nemesis towards a member of the Flash Family (Wally West and Barry Allen respectively). The two have worked together, but their views on accomplishing their objectives and their overall personalities are at constant odds with one another. Both have abilities distinct from the Speed Force; Zolomon can manipulate time whereas Thawne is connected to the Negative Speed Force. Zolomon is chronologically the first Reverse-Flash, was a personal friend of Wally, was Driven to Villainy due to events that were out of his control and genuinely believes he is doing a good thing, in addition to having some degree of remorse occasionally. In contrast, Thawne was the first known (But not THE first) Reverse-Flash, was a overly-obsessed fan of Barry, decided to pursue villainy exclusively for self-benefit and is easily the most deranged, psychotic and bloodthirsty foe the Flash Family has ever faced with no redeeming quality.
    • Sees Leonard Snart as counter-productive in the sense that his actions don't necessarily help Wally become a better hero, instead seeing his actions as annoying instead. Snart, however, states that Zolomon's method of teaching heroes is "absolute bonkers", which frustrated him. That said, the two have admitted to respecting Wally and Barry, albeit in their own ways.
  • Cannot join the Grand United Alliance of Evil, as his goals and views contrast what Melkor wants to represent. YHVH and Cosmos aren't optimistic about him either, Has no interest in Machinery plus he isn't an Omnicidal Maniac like Nekron. Eventually, he decided to settle being accepted by Lucifer and the Grand United Alliance of Chaos. Lucifer felt intrigued by Zolomon's philosophy about bettering heroes, going along with his own view on morality rather well.
  • Not exactly someone who would be able to make allies, and it doesn't help with his manic expressions and bizarre standards of morality. That said, Zolomon does have some companions such as Scott Shelby, Magneto and Darth Vader as he is able to relate to them in the sense that they all are a product of constant tragedy and the loss of a loved one which bought them to villainy. He also feels rather sympathetic for Goro Akechi, Archaon the Everchosen and Odio as they too were Driven to Villainy because of events out of their control.
    • Found great company under "Hero Killer" Stain as his philosophies align with Hunter's own rather well. Stain is impressed in that Zolomon is intensely dedicated to his cause and that his past experiences with life are valuable lessons in becoming better people. To everyone's shock, himself included, he's actually cordial with Albedo Piazzolla. Then again, Albedo is incredibly angsty about his immortality and love for his brother, so Zolomon feels his tragic past makes for a relatable ally.
    • He insulted Bizarro at one point. It'd normally be a suicidal move towards someone with Superman-level strength and abilities, but Bizarro took it as a compliment, courtesy of the clone's underdeveloped intelligence. Oddly enough, Zolomon treats Bizarro like a genuine friend, often hanging out with him in case Bizarro needs a friend for company.
  • Decided to form an alliance with Regime Superman and Madara Uchiha. The fallen Man of Steel sees Zolomon as a relatable figure who agrees with his views on how heroes should be bought up, whereas Madara sees Zolomon as an excellent example of The Power of Hate, in addition to all of them being Tragic Villains. They're working on taking on Kronika and her allies, in the intent of taking over her hourglass. Zolomon intends to use the hourglass to create a world where heroes will always experience tragedy and pain, which he believes will make the world a better place.
  • Him and Wally West have an interesting dynamic. While it is certain they are each other's greatest enemies, they do not really hate each other, even after Zolomon caused the stillbirth of Wally's children at one point. Rather, Wally feels sympathetic for Zolomon and genuinely wants to help him out. Zolomon, however, does have a degree of nostalgia regarding his teamwork with Wally before his turn to villainy, but feels he can't really come back to his old ways. They'll fight each other time and again, but every time they do, there's always a lingering thread of melancholy and angst between the two.
    • Considering he isn't too personal with Barry Allen, he's a more traditional foe for him. Zolomon is, however, respectful of Barry in the aspect that he was a hero molded and motivated by a past tragedy, despite not showing it. Barry obviously considers him a threat to be stopped, especially after Flash War.
  • If Hunter Zolomon was to be asked who his worst enemy was, his answer would not actually be Wally or any of the Flash Family, but rather Gorilla Grodd. Considering it was Grodd that resulted in Zolomon's culmination to insanity and villainy, no one can blame the latter's seething hatred of the xenophobic ape. His ascension into the Pantheon actually caused some distress for Grodd, who figured that Zolomon would want to kill him brutally when they meet. Koba isn't any better, with Zolomon seeing him as a completely warped and unapproachable figure like Grodd (Despite Zolomon himself being just as deluded and deranged).
  • As a former FBI Agent, he found enemies under Norman Jayden, Clarice Starling and Will Graham, who while sympathetic about Zolomon's past and misfortune, are not going to let his villainy slide past. Zolomon, however, doesn't pay much attention to them as he knows he can easily kill them if need be. Though this may also be because he himself used to be like them, he doesn't feel like wanting to harm them, reminiscing about the time he decided to painlessly kill off a group of policemen rather than torturing them because he used to be like them beforehand.
  • Dio Brando seems impressed by Zolomon, but the latter dislikes the former, full stop, citing the vampire as sick and demented for him to work. Not helping matters are their similar abilities involving time-stopping. Dio, however, treats Zolomon like a Friendly Enemy because his existence intrigues him a lot. He was further enthralled to learn of Zolomon's abusive upbringing. Unfortunately, Zolomon isn't going to reciprocate at any moment.
  • Finds Beast Boy and Sonic the Hedgehog to be incredibly annoying to deal with. Zolomon hates Sonic because he believes the latter hasn't suffered from any tragic event, yet is baffled to hear that he is the greatest hero in his homeworld.
  • Don't remind him of Abusive Parents. Considering Hunter's parents never really looked after him, and that his father was secretly a Serial Killer, Zolomon obviously feels sensitive and upset whenever this topic is bought up. He will personally go out of his way to kill any abusive parent he finds, considering them one of the very worst kinds of people in his perception.
  • For all his faults, he does genuinely love his ex-wife Ashley, her being the only person aside from Wally that Hunter has any emotional attachment with. In fact, one of the things he wishes to do with Kronika's hourglass is to mend his relationship with Ashley and remain a married couple. And after getting access to the Speed Force and crushing Barry and Wally's relationship in addition to his own, Ashley may very well be the only person he has left to live for.
  • Has heard about an alternate version of himself somewhere. Hunter does NOT want to see him as that, seeing him as way too different and just as much of a nutjob as Thawne. And he is really wishing he does not ascend to the Pantheon.
  • "Destiny has brought us here, Flash. From friend to foe."

    Shinn Asuka 
Shinn Asuka, High Prophet of Seeing Morality In Absolutes
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The ZAFT Logo and his Impulse or Destiny Gundam
  • Theme Song: "Ignited"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good at first, but dips to Chaotic Neutral territory despite turning to Lawful over Good, goes back to Neutral Good after the end of the war
  • Portfolio: Black-and-White Insanity, Anti-Hero AND Anti-Villain, Hot-Blooded Berserker, Ace Pilot, Heartbroken Badass, Military Maverick, Sanity Slippage, Skilled, but Naive, Became Their Own Antithesis, Break the Haughty, Pointless Revenge
  • Domains: War, Mecha, Military, Insanity, Atonement
  • Followers: Isamu Fuwa/Kamen Rider Vulcan, Keiichiro Asaka/Patren 1gou
  • Heralds: Lunamaria Hawke (his girlfriend)
  • High Priest: Anders
  • Signature Mechas: ZGMF-X42S Destiny Gundam (his main mecha) and ZGMF-X56S Impulse Gundam (shared with Lunamaria)
  • Allies:
  • Odd Friendship: Team TRY Fighters
  • Enemies: GUAE Mecha Cohort, Gilbert Durandal (his former superior), Rau Le Creuset, SHOCKER, Ali Al-Saachez, Raul Menendez, Sheev Palpatine, Yuuki Terumi, Kogane/Kamen Rider Mars.
  • Opposes: Lord Djibril and Muruta Azrael.
  • Pities: Seryu Ubiquitous.
  • Pitied by: Hiiro Kagami/Kamen Rider Brave
  • Foil to Kazuma Kenzaki/Kamen Rider Blade
  • Shinn Asuka has had one hell of a troubled journey. It started when his family was killed in the midst of the First Bloody Valentine War and his issues slowly built up from there. Within the forces of ZAFT, Shinn is a very good pilot, but was ultimately used as a pawn by Rey Za Burrel and Gilbert Durandal. Shinn's anger ultimately overtook him and became convinced that what he and his supposed allies were doing was right and those who were against that plan were wrong, without any consideration for a middle ground. Once Shinn realized that what he was doing was wrong, it hit him hard.
  • After the whole war, Kira—upon finally meeting Shinn face-to-face—offered to bury the hatchet and work together for building a better world, despite trying to kill him so many times (and very nearly succeeding once). Unbelievable as it was, Shinn was brought down to tears, realizing he and Kira were not so different.
  • Became allies with both Anakin Skywalker and Mitsuzane Kureshima after realizing that the both of them have undergone the same path in life, down to talent, fall, and redemption.
    • This reason has also made him allies with Riku after knowing of what he'd been through during the war. Because of this, he was brought in his group of fellow heroes who also atoned for their past mistakes, which Shinn agrees to fight alongside them.
  • He also sympathizes with Kamille Bidan due to the fact that they have similar issues of losing their first love ones. Kamille was also horrified of his action after knowing his anger issues that leads to his insanity during the war. This reason has made Kamille his mentor figure so he can be guided properly for the better.
  • He is seems to have known Setsuko Ohara all along as he is a close friend to her since she played a part of helping him, and the rest of the cast of Gundam SEED Destiny (except for Djibril), to have better reception among its viewers.
  • At first, the GUAG Gundam Corps (and most of the GUAG Robot War Division) are uncomfortable with having Shinn as an ally, but after Shinn realized his mistakes for being used as a pawn by the enemies, he wanted to make his amends with the group by this time, he is willing to help them, especially with his former enemies Kira and Lacus, in their battles against the Mecha Cohort.
  • One of Shinn's unlikeliest friends came from Team TRY Fighters, particularly Sekai Kamiki, who is Hot-Blooded just like Shinn, though much more stable. When the Team first met up with Shinn, they noticed the Destiny Gundam, of which one of their friends, Shimon Izuna, used a Gunpla version of. There's also the fact that whenever Shinn speaks, his voice somehow reminds the Team, mainly Sekai, of Wilfred Kijima to an extent. In any case, the Team and Shinn meet up from time to time to talk about their endeavors and check up on how Shinn's atonement is coming along. Shinn has also been wondering about this Destiny Impulse Gunpla the Team has been talking about.
  • As he fought, he came to realize that who his true enemy was, considering that he was a victim of being used by ManipulativeBastards to their own ends. Because of this, he despises every warmonger and master manipulator in the pantheon, like Raul Menendez, Ali Al-Saachez, Kogane, and Palpatine, and he is determined to stop their atrocities.
    • Even though he's a part of ZAFT, he is not fond of Rau Le Creuset, considering that his nihilistic psychotic nature during the First Bloody Valentine War gives a bad image in this faction.
  • He was not happy that Lord Djibril was present in the pantheon, considering that the atrocities during his time in the war are the reason why Shinn wanted to kill him in the first place, this also applies to Djibril's predecessor Muruta Azrael for the same reasons with Djibril. However, things get worse for Shinn upon hearing the two of them joining forces with the terrorist organization SHOCKER, whose overall actions are no different with the likes of Azrael and Drjibril's Blue Cosmos and LOGOS organizations. Due to this, he joined with other heroes to stop their malicious plans.
  • He is often seen as an absolute opposite to Kazuma Kenzaki, a.k.a. Kamen Rider Blade, due to their tragic backstories involving the loss of their respective families. However, while Kenzaki stayed true to his moral code of being a hero until the end of his story, Shinn goes on a deep end as he went mad even further after being manipulated by his superiors during the war before he realized his own errors in the end.

    Siebren de Kuiper/Sigma 
"Gravity is a harness"

Dr. Siebren de Kuiper, God of Barefoot Lunatics (Sigma, Subject Sigma, Sigma Balls)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Hyperspheres
  • Theme Song: Sigma's Melody
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Affably Evil, Manipulated by Talon without his knowledge, Barrier Warrior, Suffered a lab accident that gave him his powers, Gravity Master, Genius Bruiser, Constantly hears voices, laughter and a melody, Large Ham, Mad Scientist, Mind over Matter, Power Floats, Lost his mind, Shoulders of Doom, Straw Nihilist, The most morally upstanding of the Talon characters, Tragic Villain, Hold it together, hold it together, hold it together, hold it together
  • Domains:
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Reploid Sigma
  • Enemies: Sirius, The SCP Foundation, Pinbacker, The Meta
  • Interested in: Mei-Ling Zhou, Ochaco Uraraka, Kat
  • Admires: Enigma, Palkia
  • Complicated Relationship: Winston (They get along but Sigma being Talon makes it hard for the two to work together)
  • The universe and its mysteries has fascinated mankind for centuries and this is what motivated the eccentric Dr. Siebren de Kuiper. He was a brilliant astrophysicist who for most of his life dedicated to find out how humanity could harness the power of gravity and the essence of a black hole considering them but a "harness". However, once the required preparations were set, the end results were beyond disastrous for de Kuiper. He gained the power to control gravity but his mind and his reality were shattered and beyond repair, imprisoned and isolated far from civilization since they feared his powers would create havoc if unchecked, stripped of his name and referred to a Subject Sigma. The isolation only worsened Siebren's grasp of reality as he slowly succumbed to his delusions and the enthalling call of "the melody" he constantly hears, until he was liberated by Talon. Fred from his prison, de Kuiper kept his designation as Sigma and became a member of Talon, unaware that the reasons for his liberation were far from well-intentioned.
  • Sigma was ascended by his Talon peers, they believing their influence was slowly deteriorating thanks to the efforts of Overwatch from keeping them out of Pantheon affairs. de Kuiper history was reviewed and the thing that caught the attention of the court was his desire to go barefoot, indicating that Sigma indeed wasn't someone with the best grasp of reality but most surprisingly is that even beyond that he was well-mannered and even more willing to cooperate than his Talon co-horts. He was then given a temple in the House of Madness and Insanity, a place he would rather not stay since it reminds him of the time he was isolated.
  • While he can be usually seen in his own temple relaxing, he doesn't like to spend time in the House of Madness and Insanity, being a grim reminder of when he was locked up. He spends most of his time in the House of Space and Cosmos, where he claims the melody is heard the most.
    • Sigma also holds a huge amount of respect for Palkia, Guardian of Space and another source of knowledge for the secrets of the Universe. Dr. Kuiper was honestly baffled that mere children could capture and control the powers of Palkia as if they were a mere pet and considering what happened to him when he tried to do the same with his experiments, he is honestly a bit jealous that those people didn't suffer from any notable side-effects.
  • Sigma used to be his subject designation, a reminder of the time he spent imprisoned while reality slowly drifted away and became incoherent madness. But once freed, he decided to take it as his callsign, which tends to get him confused with the other Sigma. The reploid feels insulted that a human would dare to take his designation while Dr. Kuiper is mildly fascinated by the advanced nature of the kind of robot Sigma is but his constant antagonism does put the two at odds. Doesn't help that appearance wise, the two tend to get confused if nobody is paying attention.
    • There was also an AI called Sigma, who ended up manipulating the entity known as the Meta into becoming a real person. de Kuiper feels a bit unease when the Meta is around, particularly because the AI has attempted to manipulate him before.
  • Some wonder why he is even barefoot in the first place. One group believes that he didn't quite mentally left his confinement and still struggles to adapt to a regular enviroment, not helped by being surrounded by Talon operatives. The second group argues that because he is able to float, he doesn't need to use footwear and prefers to float freely to wherever he wants to.
  • Detests the SCP Foundation for their methods, reminding him of his own captivity in a way. Dr. Kuiper's disdain for the Foundation ended up causing a series of events that nobody could have anticipated, starting with one of the Foundation's nemesis, the Chaos Insurgency, becoming interested with de Kuiper and trying to induct him as another SCP-like being but considering they would be at odds with Talon, they opted to formally propose an alliance with the unstable doctor. Then Sigma heard Dr. Robert Scranton, someone who too went mad thanks to his isolation and the two became kindred spirits. Scranton condition fascinated de Kuiper, comparing him that of his own albeit with possibly even worse results.
  • Quickly learned that he wasn't the only blessed with the gifts of Gravity and decided to find out the origins of said deities' gravity manipulation. First one was Ochaco Uraraka, who at first was understandably scared of Sigma asking her weird philosophical questions about the universe and if she too could hear the melody but Sigma left once he figured she was born with said powers and how the people from her universe developed powers overtime. Then Sigma found about Kat, someone who gained her powers after making contact with a strange-looking cat and Sigma grew curious about the significance of said creature and if he could probably reveal the secrets of the universe the good doctor is desperate to find out. Neither of the two girls particularly understood what Dr. de Kuiper wanted but felt sorry for him after learning of his mental condition and how he is being manipulated.
  • For a time he's been also following the progress on technology that can also bend gravity, most notably the Tobelstein Core technology employed by Zarya and Orisa, although he finds them quite faulty. Then there is Sirius, an EM with the ability to control Black Holes and considering harnessing the power one left de Kuiper in a poor mental state, its no wonder Sirius has gone mad with power. He considers Sigma below his notice but de Kuiper is both against and a bit scared of Sirius considering how much havoc the power of a black hole can have.
  • While Sigma has the personality and behavior of a Mad Scientist, he doesn't really have a good relationship with the other of his kind. He is on relative good terms with Professor Paradox. While on the side of good, Paradox can relate to being the victim of a Freak Lab Accident but overtime he grew Bored with Insanity and changed for the better and has tried to sway de Kuiper away from Talon but he hasn't been succesful.
    • On the other hand, Sigma is often seen visiting the Think Tank, as their eccentricity and weird experiments match Sigma's behavior quite a lot. de Kuiper's field being astrophysics interested the group and his accident only increased said interest and the fact that he is not stuck in a Brain in a Jar certainly helps but they are aware the he is a bit on the insane side. Sigma relates the most to Dr. 8 because he is only one of the group that is actually interested in figuring out the melody that the doctor constantly hears and his field of knowledge could help discover if the universe is indeed singing to him.
    • On a less serious note, some thing he resembles Gru in a way. Neither of them knows how to react to that statement but weirdly enough they are friends (one of the few "bad guys" Sigma is the most friendly with).
  • He and Pinbacker can't stand each other. As both are victims of Space Madness one way or another, de Kuiper is insulted that he couldn't appreciate the beauty of the Universe and succumbing to religious fanatism to escape the reality that the Sun and by extension the rest of the cosmos is a truly beautiful (but cold) thing. Pinbacker just laughed at de Kuiper's silly phylosophical rants about Space, making him an example of the failure of mankind tampering with the nature of space but he knows better that provoking Sigma knowing he can actually bend gravity.
  • "There is no obligation for the universe to make sense to you"


Zant, God of Constricted Madness (The Usurper King, The King of Shadows, The False King of Twilight)
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Lesser Gods

    Carmine Prime 
Carmine Prime, God of Insane Laughter (Red of the Origin, Crimson Origins, Insanity & Pleasure)
  • Lesser god
  • Symbol: A puddle of blood with a crystallised blood stalagmite
  • Theme song: Bad Surface
  • Alignment: Chaotic Insane
  • Portfolio: Laughing Mad, Literal Blood Knight, Cast from Hit Points, Axe-Crazy, Power Dyes Your Hair, White Hair, Black Heart, Red Eyes, Take Warning, Hair-Trigger Temper, Wild Card, Life Drain, Difficult, but Awesome
  • Domains: Insanity, Laughter, Blood, Combat
  • Allies: None really, he's too unpredictable for a lot of deities, there are some that share his insanity such as the Joker and Kefka Palazzo and lust for combat such as Augus and Kenpachi Zaraki
  • Enemies: Anyone that insults his Blood Spike, Esidisi, Jedah Dohma
  • Opposed by: Just about everyone
  • Getting into a conversation with Carmine or even being anywhere near him is a really dumb thing to do because not only will he always get into a fight with you but he will also always start laughing for no reason other than just because he's insane.
    • Although he can be calmed down enough to the point where if someone does get into a fight with Carmine, he won't kill them.
  • Carmine got really pissed when he found out how much Potemkin and Faust Baldhead sound like him, you can probably guess what he did next.
  • There are well over a million ways to get into a fight with Carmine (hell, just existing will piss him off) but one of the quickest ways to get into a fight is to insult his EXS, Blood Spike as that's one of the few things he's actually proud of.
  • Carmine doesn't have any allies due to how insane he is, no gods can trust him to any extent. His only allies are those who are as insane as him or are as blood thirsty as him.
  • Carmine gets a kick out of challenging other deities who fight using their blood such as Jedah Dohma and Esidisi. He also does it to prove who's the best at fighting with their blood.
  • When Carmine found out that Optimus Prime and Megatron thought he had some kind of relation to Optimus due to his name, lets just say the ensuing fight ended badly for both parties.
  • EVERYONE was astounded that he would be joining the clash between gods, as he requires a partner. Apparently, Ragna the Bloodedge, Kanji Tatsumi and Weiss Schnee are the best choices to fight alongside him, though the three of them are disgusted at his actions.


    Annie Wilkes 
Annie Wilkes, Goddess of Loony Fans (Julie Ganapathi)
Annie in one of her less murderous moments (no, really)
  • Theme Song: The "Misery" Soundtrack
  • Symbol: The script for Misery's Return. Alternatively, a sledgehammer
  • Demigoddess
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy, obsessed with the novel Misery and Paul himself to the point of kidnapping him, does not like profanity, Big Bad, Crazy-Prepared, use incredibly weird swear words, Faux Affably Evil, Bad Samaritan, hates any kind of Cliffhanger Copout, Deus ex Machina or Retcon, Serial Killer who kill babies, extremely unstable, Large Ham, Battleaxe Nurse, The Sociopath, Psychopathic Manchild
  • Domain: Writing, Love, Storytelling, Madness
  • Superior: Stephen King
  • Allies: Frollo, Valentine
  • Enemies: Every writer and creator in the Pantheon, John Lennon, George Harrison, every good parents in the Pantheon, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather, The Parr Family, every baby in the Pantheon, Frank Castle / The Punisher, Commander Shepard, the House of Investigative Work, Seth Rollins, any other Christians in the Pantheon, the rest of the House of Health and Diseases, Jack Dawson, Cal Hockley, Rose Bukater, Robert Baratheon, Lie Ren
  • Complicated Relationship with: Harley Quinn
  • Opposed by: Babe, Napoleon, many Yandere in the Pantheon
  • Sitcom Archnemesis with: The Queen of Hearts
  • The woman infamous for her kidnapping and forcing the author Paul Sheldon to write the novel Misery's Return, Annie Wilkes's spirit was wondering around until she discovered the Pantheon and brought in front of the Council. After concluding that she is one of the best representations of the trope for the length she went through to make Paul writing the book, Annie was ascended into the Pantheon.
  • Despite Annie's frighten similarity with many Yandere in the Pantheon, she isn't very well-like even within them because of her action of killing babies, which goes against the goal of many Yandere of wanting to have children with their obsession.
  • Every single creator is dead terrified of her because of the length she went through to get Paul to fix the ending she didn't like. Security around their temple of every creators increase tenfold in case she finds their work appealing but displease with the ending. This even includes Stephen King himself, given it's his fault that Annie ended up dead in her book to begin with.
    • Perhaps one person that has the greatest hate for her is John Lennon, who actually got shot and killed because of a crazy obsessive fan. People tend to not bring up her name whenever they met him. Fellow former Beatle George Harrison is also terrifed to be around her since a crazed fan intruded in his residence and stabbed him in the chest. Even thought he survived that ordeal, it is still advisable to not bring up her name when people meet him.
  • Parents in the Pantheon protest Annie's ascension in front of her temple because of the fact that she murder healthy infants. Seeing this, Annie yells at them for being "cockadoodle" for protecting those "dirty birdies", takes her sledgehammer and breaks up the protest.
    • Parents that are ranked higher than her form a group led by Flora, Fauna and Merryweather in order to keep her from murdering any babies in the Pantheon.
  • People with similar experience being overly admired from Annie's followers hate her guts. The list include the Parr family, Frank Castle and Commander Shepard. The Parr family especially hates her because Syndrome actually did try to kill them like Annie tried to kill Paul.
  • Harley Quinn has complicated feeling towards Annie, be it her original version more so than her Earth-52 one. Annie's temple represents her attitude towards the Joker, which is something Harley herself is trying to break out of.
  • She surprisingly has a soft spot for pigs because of her fondness for them and even named one of them after Misery Chastain. Unfortunately, she was avoided by every pigs, like Babe, in the Pantheon because of her insanity. Napoleon avoids her because he hates humans in general.
  • She has a big rivalry with the Queen of Hearts because the two of them sometimes look the same. Even people dead terrified of them agree that the result is glorious and entertaining to watch.
  • Jack, Rose and Cal was disappointed when they mistook her for one of the survivors of the Titanic Molly Brown. The three got incredibly disgust when learning about her action.
  • Seth Rollins and Robert Baratheon are dead terrified of Annie because of her usage of a sledgehammer to crush Paul's ankle. Lie Ren is on a whole other level, as he also fears that if Nora meets Annie, it won't end well for him.
  • The fact that she murdered babies and claiming because of God's judgement tend to not sit well with many other Christian in the Pantheon. Even some evil or neutral-aligned ones tend to draw the line at killing babies and joining in to disown any association with her. The only one that deranged enough to accept Annie is Judge Claude Frollo for their share deeds of murdering infants and obsessive love.
  • Hates the House of Investigative Work with a passion because her experience with a sheriff that almost foiled her "new novel". The fact that she is a serial killer and stalker doesn't favor her with the house either.
    • Richard Castle especially despises of her giving that he is both a writer, a father and an investigator.
  • Can be seen lurking around the House of Knowledge after learning that Paul's novel counterpart actually did publish Misery's Return as a separate novel after his escape. Worrying that Annie might find something new to obsess about or injure the people there if she got frustrated or not finding the novel, the House banned her from entering. But that never stop her from trying before.
  • Many fanboys / fangirls in the Pantheon disassociate themselves with Annie because her actions and insanity gave them bad rap.
  • Because of her horrible treatment of Paul, the House of Health and Disease hates and refuses to employ her. However, this endears her with Valentine and the doctor offered Annie a job in her place.
  • Also present in the House of Fanbase.

    Crazy Dave 
Crazetopher David Blazing III, God of Insane Vendors (Crazy Dave, David, The Fog Man)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The Saucepan he wears on his head; alternatively, a Taco
  • Theme Songs: Wabby Wabbo, Zombies on Your Lawn — sung by one of his Sunflowers — Uraniwa ni Zombies ga (Japanese version of Zombies on Your Lawn)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good, or probably Chaotic Stupid, nobody is sure...
  • Portfolio: Very Loony and Crazy, Crazy Survivalist, Very intelligent while being kinda goofy, Large Ham, Speaks mostly in gibberish, has a Saucepan as a hat, Loves Bacon and Tacos
  • Domains: Plants, Neighbours, Survivalism, Crazyness.
  • Herald: Penny, his Time Machine (Who is also his car)
  • High Priest: Crazy Earl
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Dr. Zomboss, most gods in the House of Undead and Phasmata, Flowey, Mordremoth, Petey Piranha, Audrey II
  • Odd Friendship: Link, Homer Simpson, Rod
  • Opposed by: Many deities who protect the natural balance of time, particularly Nozdormu
  • Who is Crazy Dave? He is just a guy who showed up looking for his taco (according to him at least). After finding the house of Food, he decided that he wanted to stay here since he consider this place very exciting. The court of gods allowed him to stay, with the condition that he doesn't do anything dangerous.
  • Crazy Dave is noted to be a pretty Crazy vendor, selling all kinds of things at CRAZYYYYYYY low prices. The Court of Gods decided to give him a position as the Divine Insane Proprietor.
  • His particular way of speaking has been the center of attention of many people, as they don't understand why he talks like that. Good thing the Court of Gods were kind enough to add speech bubbles whenever he talks.
    • One of the few deities that strangely manages to understands him is Link. It might help that Link himself is not a very talkative person and only grunts.
  • Many gods, particularly those who have been involved in a Zombie Apocalypse, can't believe how Dave (and by extension, his neighbor) has fend off the invasion of zombies in his universe. He (or to be exact, his neighbor) uses plants to combat the undead, which left many people perplexed on how that even works.
  • He was glad to find his neighbor ascended in the Pantheon, but he wasn't sure why they were on the Ambiguity House. People keep telling him that's actually Insert Name Here, but he is too crazy to even realize it.
  • He also keeps his temple guarded by Lawnmowers (and Pool Cleaners, and Roof Cleaners), which he claims they help defending his home from the zombies. They are actually quite dangerous, as they can take out almost anything ranging from a small group of zombies to even giants like the Gargantuar.
    • There has been occasions where one of his mowers went missing. He later discovered that Rotom stole one to activate his Mow Form. Dave doesn't mind that much and he actually uses the Pokemon sometimes to fight off the hordes of undead in his home.
  • Does not like Mordremoth, simply because of his influence on plants. Fortunately, the dragon usually doesn't care about Dave and usually lets him be. However, he has shown interest on how the seeds of Dave's world actually work and is planning to steal a few for his personal army.
  • He enjoys the company of people who actually think like him, like Mako, Osaka, or Flonne. He also finds funny how Mako is able to make an explanation of how things work in his world and actually making sense.
  • Has been confused for Homer Simpson at times, given that they wear similar clothes. They actually do get along quite nicely.
  • Has the strange Hobbie of scaring people when fog is around. According to him, he was called "The Fog Man" given his tendency to do this at night.
  • One of the few Zombie Apocalypse survivors that don't seem to mind Rod's presence and considers him a fellow comrade. Dave also expressed that he also had his fair share of issues with birds too, like Chickens, Parrots and Dodos, which left Rod confused.
  • Had the misfortune of running into Flowey once. Dave, being crazy as always, mistakenly thought that he was a Marigold and brought him to his world. Needless to say, he now stays far away from Flowey, since he really left a mess in his home. However, he states that his "friendliness pellets" are very useful against the undead.
    • He also confused Audrey II for the Chomper, given that they are surprisingly similar, which almost ended badly for poor Dave. He also had the same issue with Petey Piranha, but this time he was prepared.
  • The house of Technology is surprised that he was able to create a Time Machine out of his van, and even more when they discovered that said machine, named Penny, is actually sentient and even more intelligent than his creator.
    • However, he had trouble when dealing with numerous Time Protectors, given how he decided to go back in time to eat his taco again, making a mess in various time periods. Nozdormu was almost going to fry him until Clockwork was able to calm the dragon down. As a result, the House of Time and Temporality has been keeping an eye on Dave in case he was to do it again.
  • After settling down, he decided to open "Crazy Dave's Twiddydinkies" (which is actually his car trunk) in the House of Commerce. He sells a wide arrange of items, like rakes, Seeds or Plant food. His most common customers being Asgore Dreemurr and Yuuka Kazami.
    • On the rare situations he is not available, he makes Gnome Chompski take over in his absence.
  • "Why i'm a god? BECAUSE I'M CRAAAAAAAZY!"

    Don Quixote 
Alonso Quixano, God of Fighting Imaginary Evils (Don Quixote/Quijote de La Mancha, Knight of the Lions, Lancer)
Don Quixote (right) with Sancho (left)
As Lancer 
  • Demigod (Lesser God as Lancer)
  • Symbol: A windmill
  • Alignment: Lawful Good in intention; his actions probably average out to Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Windmill Crusader, Knight Errant, Born in the Wrong Century, actually a pretty good fighter and survives through a lot, Deconstructive Parody of the Chivalric Romance
  • Domains: Satire, Insanity, Knighthood
  • Heralds: Sancho Panza (his squire), Rocinante (his not-so-Cool Horse), Rocio (Sancho's donkey)
  • Allies: Wander, Bolt
  • Enemies: (a lot of these are very one-sided) Seiichirou Kitano, The Colossi, Rock of Ages
  • Complicated Relations: King Arthur, Beowulf
  • Alonso Quixano is a Spanish noble who was inspired to become a knight after reading many chivalric romances. Riding his mighty steed Rocinante and accompanied by his squire Sancho, Alonso styled himself "Don Quixote de La Mancha" and set out on an adventure to crush villains and attain honor and glory. At least, that's the plotline in Quixote's mind. The truth is that he is a middle-aged man with no combat experience, made insane from reading too many chivalric novels. His horse is old and fit for the slaughterhouse, and Sancho is a simple farmer roped into Quixote's delusions. Even Quixote's sweetheart Dulcinea is just a figment of his imagination. Quixote went on many adventures, seeing himself as the undisputed hero, even though any evils and giants he thought he was facing had far more mundane explanations, and some of the time he made things worse for innocent people. He would regain clarity only in his deathbed.
  • Quixote was brought straight up once his earthly time was finished. Although his madness had abated in time for his death, it seems all the strange things in the Pantheon might have been too much for his susceptible mind to take, as he has gone right back to his Knight Errant ways, trying to right whatever wrongs he finds. One can take comfort in the fact that, given monsters and villains (among other things) are very much real in the Pantheon, he is slightly more justified in taking up arms, but still very delusional and way in over his head, as he can't seem to grasp that those things pose a very real danger to him. It's a good thing he has a ridiculously high level of durability. He also retains his tendency to completely make things up or misunderstanding a situation. Of course, he has access to his horse Rocinante, tired as ever, and Sancho Panza is nearly always at his side as his squire/unofficial minder.
  • As with so many people, Quixote was nearly frightened to death upon laying eyes on the nightmarish face of Seiichirou Kitano. Quixote being Quixote, he took Kitano's appearance to mean that the boy was certainly some form of sheer evil that a chivalrous hero like himself must rid the world of. Of course, the truth is that Kitano is a boy with an unbelievably kind heart who's just saddled with an unfortunate face, and he doesn't even think badly of Quixote for trying to attack him, mistaking the attacks to be directed at something or that he somehow did something to deserve it. In fact, Kitano feels admiration for Quixote's noble character, never seeming to realize how deluded the man truly is as a result of tending to think the best of people. Neither deity is wiser to each other's thoughts on themselves, and so Quixote keeps believing Kitano must be the Devil himself, while Kitano lauds Quixote's heroics.
  • Quixote is arguably best-known for hallucinating the sight of giants which were really windmills. He is probably gratified to know that the Pantheon does indeed contain some actual giants for him to slay (or, as is usually the case, get comically injured attempting to). In this sense, he is particularly interested in engaging in battle with the Colossi, believing that victory against such foreboding creatures would bring him great glory. The truth is that the Colossi actually would rather mind their own business in their own isolated pieces of territory for the most part, and so are not quite the terrible monsters that Quixote envisions, but try telling him that. Either way, it's a pretty funny sight watching him flail in his attempts to climb a colossus and find its weak spot.
    • The knight of La Mancha has actually started getting support from young Wander in his enterprise to slay the Colossi. While Wander isn't exactly impressed with Quixote (except maybe for the part where he seems to hardly get hurt after falling off a Colossus), he needs all the help he can get in his unpopular quest to slay all of them once again. So Wander has spent some time traveling with Quixote to the Colossi's various territories and teaching him exactly how to climb them and get to their weak spots. For this, Quixote clearly considers Wander as a valuable ally in his own quests, even if at the same time he sees Wander as being beneath him and treats him with some amount of well-meaning condescension due to his much younger age. Wander realizes there's no arguing with the delusional knight and puts up with it; as stated, he needs all the help he can get.
  • Once saw the floating island with a windmill belonging to the Gorillaz flying overhead. As per usual for him, his mind saw things that weren't there, transforming the landmass into a dragon, which resulted in Quixote making a huge uproar about how he was going to slay the evil creature. He chased it for miles but it never came close to landing and eventually Quixote dropped almost dead from complete exhaustion (which was still long after Rocinante tapped out himself), needing Sancho to carry him back to the temple. The Gorillaz were eventually told about it, but didn't have much of a reaction. Frankly they don't seem to really care, considering they have no plans to stop using the floating island for Quixote's benefit.
  • One of the many figures to have interacted with the Rock of Ages, as it showed up one day in La Mancha. That encounter went as expected: Quixote thought the Rock of Ages was a fearsome monster and so charged at it, only to embarrass himself by not only not leaving a dent in the Rock but also driving himself and his horse into the ground. Quixote seems quite intent in getting revenge for the incident, still under the impression that the Rock is a beast that must be destroyed. The Rock of Ages just stays away as much as it can, not out of fear of Quixote (after all, his attack bounced off it), but because it doesn't feel like starting any unnecessary hassle.
  • Given his delusional behavior was caused by the excessive consumption of fiction detailing heroic exploits, as well as the fact that his own story was crafted to mock such works, those deities that come from them, like King Arthur and Beowulf, tend to feel comflicted about him. While feeling embarrassment at Quixote's pathetic exploits, they also pity him as they think, with his determination and sincere desire to do good, he could have made an okay knight if only he had been born in the right world, and preferrably also wasn't mad. Putting Quixote aside, Arthur and Beowulf curse Miguel de Cervantes for concocting a tale that belittles their adventures. This amuses other deities who decry them as arrogant, petty and unable to take a joke.
  • Is seen as something of a precursor to the concept of the Chuunibyou, a phenomenon where (usually young) people convince themselves that they are an impossibly cool and impressive character, regardless of any logic. This has translated into many deified chuunibyous sympathizing with Quixote, seeing that not a lot of people take his knightly aspirations seriously and your average chuunibyou can identify with the sensation of not being understood by the majority.
  • Another deity who once held delusions similar to Quixote is Bolt, a dog and former TV star who mistook the events in his show for the real thing. It's a somewhat different situation in that he wasn't crazy, but had been brought up since he was a puppy to believe it, to get a better performance out of him. Eventually Bolt understood what the reality was before it was too late, something that can't quite be said of Quixote, who only came to his senses in his deathbed. Knowing this, Bolt seems to worry about Quixote, seeing his story as a rather extreme version of his own, and has been seen occasionally getting Quixote out of trouble. Even in his madness, Quixote doesn't understand animal language, so he doesn't realize that Bolt is thinking those things about him, but he does think of him as a good and loyal dog for his assistance.
  • Quixote was flattered if a bit confused to learn that a group of pirates is named after him, two of whom are on the Pantheon. He couldn't help but laugh that one also got the name of his horse, Rocinante.

    Lady Macbeth 
Lady Macbeth, Patron Goddess of Villainous Wives and Obsessive Guilt Cleansing (Queen of Scotland, Gruoch Ingen Boite)
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A pair of hands desperately trying to wash blood out
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Domain: Marriage, Murder, Insanity, Hand Washing
  • Portfolio: Pursues her husband to murder Duncan to become king, wants to become evil to get the throne, good at hiding her evilness, constantly wash her hand out of guilt, Driven to Suicide, Happily Married to her husband, Would Hurt a Child
  • High Priestess: Duchess Felmet
  • Followers: Lady Asaji, Fox
  • Allies: Her husband Macbeth, Bellatrix Lestrange, Talia al Ghul, David Xanatos
  • Enemies: The Weird Sisters, Aang, Zuko, Katara, Sokka, Yuuki Terumi,Toph, Iroh, Harry Potter, Ron Weasley, Hermione Granger, Neville Longbottom, Lara Croft, Esmeralda Weatherwax and Gytha Ogg, Ned Stark, every good deities from the House of Royalty, the House of Magic and Prophecy, Gul'dan
  • Respected by: Azula
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Grand United Alliance of Evil
  • Opposed by: Every parents in the Pantheon who care about their child, every children deities in the Pantheon, Light Yagami, The Doctor, James Bond
  • Superior: William Shakespeare (although she has plans to overthrown him with her husband)
  • Lust after by: The Overlord, Ra's al Ghul, Littlefinger
  • Her ascension bring upon fear not only on the House of Royalty, but also pretty every god in the Pantheon who worries that she and her husband are planning to usurp them. Because of this, spies and surveillance are constantly on watch in all of their temples to see what they are planning.
  • Was given a spot in the GUAE because of her and her followers's exceptional ability to convince their significant others to commit diabolical plan. Lady Macbeth doesn't particularly happy about the position as she refused to be a lackey of anyone but accepted it nonetheless in order to gain influence while planning to overthrow some of her higher up. Her insanity served as a double edged sword to the GUAE: while it dampens her usefulness, it also makes her unable to execute her plan.
  • Constantly washing her hand in the House of Mentality due to the guilt of convincing her husband to kill Duncan to take the throne. While this tendency was lessened somewhat when she ascended to the Pantheon, her temple constantly have various running water fountain.
  • Her temple is despised by Light Yagami due to the fact that one of his "admirers" Misa is inspired to follow this role to assist Light during the time he was mortal.
    • In contrast, her temple is Xanatos's favorite place to visit given the fact that his wife Fox resides there and arranged meetings in his off day. For a reasonable payment toward the Macbeths, of course.
  • Is on good term with Bellatrix Lestrange given the fact that both of the men they are in love with are violent and immoral. However, Bellatrix is jealous that Lady Macbeth actually got the man she loves while the former got stuck in an arranged marriage with someone she hates.
    • Because she chose to be allied with Bellatrix, Harry, Hermione, Ron and Neville hate her guts and are on the camp that hope she never regains her full sanity.
  • Azula was at first very excited to hear about her ascension hearing about her deeds and ruthlessness. However, the princess was disappointed to discover that Lady Macbeth went insane out of guilt after what she perceived as a smart political move. While she still respects her, Azula is sometimes annoyed with her habit of constantly washing her hands and wished that she would someday be cured of her insanity to fully use her ruthlessness. Because of Lady Macbeth's said similarity with Azula, the Gaang and Zuko all despise her.
  • Engaged on a witch hunt with her husband after hearing that the Weird Sisters have ascended the Pantheon for their vague prophecy leading to her husband's fall and death. This got the couple banned from the House of Prophecy and Magic.
    • Because of said witch hunt, as well as the fact that one of her high priestesses is their mortal enemy, Lady Macbeth earned the ire of Granny Weatherwax and Granny Ogg.
    • Upon their witch hunt, she stumbled across Gul'dan and was immediately disgusted that he has the ability to contact demons to perform his deeds. The fact that he is an ogre also makes her hatred for him increase ten-fold.
  • Because of her ruthlessness and ability to assist and convince Macbeth to follow through with the killing, many an evil overlord with a thirst for power have set their eyes on her and are scheming to win her heart or kill off her husband (or both). These people include the Overlord (as she is similar to one of his possible consorts), Ra's al Ghul and Littlefinger.
  • Because of the long-running nature of her play and the fact that she is a pretty popular character, Lady Macbeth acquired a few allies and enemies for her similarity to someone in their world:
    • James Bond once flirted with her as she looks like a few younger versions of his deceased boss M. However, Bond backs away when finding out who she really is in fear of her taking over MI6. Likewise, the Doctor approached her as he mistook her for one of his companions, River Song, but also backs away in fear that she would take his TARDIS.
    • Talia al Ghul is on good terms with her given the fact that they both love their father and the men they fall in love with despite their evilness. After learning that she looks like one of Talia's versions, Lady Macbeth frequently appears in this form when meeting Ra's in order to Squick him out.
    • Lara Croft was creeped out when she learned that Lady Macbeth can sometimes speak like her and has been tightening up her security system to avoid impersonation.
    • Littlefinger is especially intense in winning her heart and killing her husband as Lady Macbeth sometimes looks like his deceased unrequited love Catelyn Stark. This also caused Ned to mistake that his wife has ascended and was quickly heartbroken to discover that was not the case and Lady Macbeth is nothing like his wife.

    Nikolay Ivanoivch Krylov/Rurik II 
Nikolay Ivanovich Krylov, God of Delusionally Believing Oneself To Be A Historical Figure (Rurik II, Emperor and Autocrat of all the Rus')


    Kenji Setou 
Kenji Setou, God of Schizophrenic Conspiracy Theorists (Kenij Potter)
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: His glasses and a bottle of alcohol
  • Theme Song: Out Of The Loop.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: He-Man Woman Hater, Cloudcuckoolander, Insane Troll Logic, Blind Without 'Em, Hikikomori, Testosterone Poisoning
  • Allies: Hisao Nakai
  • Opposes: Every single female deity in the Pantheon
  • Former Enemy: Makoto Itou
  • Slightly less crazy counterpart to: Francis E. Dec.
  • Is convinced that the entire Pantheon is part of a feminist conspiracy to kill all men. He's tried to recruit people to join his army, but no one was interested (read: crazy enough) to join him. The fact that they kept screwing up his papwerwork, first placing him in the House of Mentalism, then sticking him in the House of Hatred, before settling on the House of Emotion, didn't help.
  • Claims not to hate females but feminists. Specifically people he believes to be feminists. Which translates to every female deity he knows of.
  • Isn't sure why people keep calling him Harry. He just assumes it has to do with the feminist conspiracy.
  • Some have noticed that the only person who he gets along with is Hisao Nakai, and that is the only time he every leaves his house willingly.
  • Is the only person in the Pantheon who has taken anything Francis E. Dec has said seriously, thinking that perhaps going after the feminists themselves would be a waste of time and instead they should focus on a being that could very well be their boss: this 'Mad Deadly Communist Gangster Computer God'.
  • The House of Prophecy has advised against going on anything resembling a "manly picnic" with him to avoid an unfortunate fate.
  • While Kenji doesn't consider them a friend he believes Sakura Ogami to be an ally in his crusade. Any attempts to note him of Sakura's gender have gone over his head.
  • He still isn't exactly sure what he did in the Absol incident, but he's convinced that he's done something good towards dispelling the conspiracy....
  • Attempted to join the Grand United Alliance of Chaos after hearing what Lucifer did to the Sisterhood. As such a large group of empowered females could only be part of the conspiracy, Kenji vowed to help Lucifer do whatever it takes to destroy them. Lucifer smiled, nodded, and called for Homura Akemi. When the insanely powerful girl warped into the room in a massive swirl of feathers, Lucifer asked her to take Kenji to the Labyrinth of Amala for his trial, telling Kenji that he should have his affairs in order first. At that point, whatever passes for 'reason' in Kenji's mind kicked in and he ran for his life, Lucifer taking the time to mutter something that sounded like "Imbecile..." under his breath before going back to his scheming. Kenji has not talked about this incident since.

Ophelia, Patron Goddess of Cute and Insane Women
  • Symbol: An insane woman holding a bouquet of flowers beside a river
  • Theme Song: "I Loved You Once" or this
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Quasideity
  • Domain: Insanity, Love, Death
  • Portfolio: Cute and insane woman, Alternative Character Interpretation, Break the Cutie and then Kill the Cutie, Butt-Monkey, Flower Motif, Talkative Loon, Love Martyr despite Hamlet being very mean to her
  • Followers: Many woman named "Ophelia", Kyouko Soryu, Lucy Barker, Gina Montana
  • Allies: Simba, Mufasa, Cassandra, L, Delirium of the Endless, Tony Montana, River Tam, the ascended cast of Harry Potter who don't like Bellatrix, Cinderella, Rose Bukater
  • Enemies: Any domestic abuser, Misa Amane, Light Yagami, Yuuki Terumi, Roberta, Yuno Gasai, Bellatrix Lestrande, Lady Macbeth, the Queen of Hearts,
  • Complicated Relationship with: Hamlet
  • Opposed by: Shylock
  • Pitied by: The Good-aligned deities in the House of Love, Guts, Asuka Langley Soryu/Asuka Langley Shikinami, Othello,
  • Odd Friendship with: Beatrice
  • The person who inspired many depiction of a beautiful but insane young woman, Ophelia's body was found by many people drifted into the Pantheon. After deciding that she is one of the most influential of the trope, Ophelia was resurrected and ascend into the Pantheon.
  • Most of the time, Ophelia can be seen wondering around in barefoot collecting flowers while singing or speaking gibberish. However, she avoids river banks for obvious reasons.
  • Because of the fact that her temple represent Ophelia at her lowest point, she cannot ever be cure of her insanity. Any attempt at doing so will soon be revert back thanks to the power of the Status Quo.
  • Her reunion with Hamlet, the man that caused her insanity by killing her father, is a pretty tragic one. Ophelia, while still love Hamlet, can't forgive him for the murder of her father and brother while Hamlet is kneeling on the ground to beg for her forgiveness. The two of them broke off their relationship and left on bad term. However, Hamlet usually runs Ophelia's daily temple duty for her due to her insanity as a form of repentance.
  • Being basically a Lighter and Softer version of the work she came from, Simba is very sorry for her situation.
    • Ophelia once runs outside and screams about the ghost of a big lion in her temple. Some suspect that is Mufasa, but no one knows for sure due to her insanity.
  • Guts is one of Ophelia's most frequent visitor because his love Casca is one of her followers as well as the fact that he feels sorry for her situation and takes it upon himself to be an unofficial guard of her temple.
    • Eventually, Casca earned a spot in the Pantheon, though she still visits Ophelia.
  • Asuka really feels sorry for Ophelia because of her situation that is similar to the former's own mother. Of course, seeing that said mother as one of Ophelia's followers promptly freaked her out and thus made Asuka hesitate to visit Ophelia's temple.
  • Because of the fact that Ophelia's insanity manifesting in a non-violent behavior and the fact that she isn't a violent person herself, Ophelia disassociates with any of her followers whose is more on the violent side.
    • Hates Misa Amane with a passion due to the fact that the latter used to be one of her followers before ascending on her own temple and using her insanity to commit crime. This led her to discover and hate Light Yagami for taking advantage of Misa while forming a friendship with L who doesn't mind her unstable behavior (he finds it more amusing than anything else because Ophelia tends to keep it to herself unless prompted or provoked). The same story also holds true for Roberta and Yuno, although Ophelia and Roberta usually avoids each other due to the fact that Roberta is actually trying to better herself.
  • Both being women driven insane by their loss, Cassandra and Ophelia make a friendship with each other.
  • Ophelia and Beatrice surprisingly on good term given the fact that one of the witch's creation Shannon is also similar to Ophelia.
  • The good-aligned deities from the House of Love have absolute sympathy for her and wished she will get better.
  • Being one of the few people on good term with Tony Montana because his sister Gina is one of her followers.
  • Also popular no less than Hamlet himself, Ophelia brought upon her own many interaction based on her similarity:
    • While Shylock has much sympathy for her situation, the fact that she is Christian and looks like Portia is still too much of a bitter pill to swallow.
    • Othello feels very sorry for her situation and hates Hamlet for putting her there. The fact that many version of her looks like Desdemona also strengthen this fact.
    • Lady Macbeth absolutely refuses to visit her temple despite no less mad for seeing Ophelia is everything weak about being a woman. The fact that they share many look-a-like also cements this.
    • Cowering in fear when the Queen of Hearts suddenly appeared in her temple yelling that Ophelia "steals" her live-action image. This got to the point that both of them unleashes their monstrous form and fought a battle that severely damaged many temples nearby. From that incident, many deities in the Pantheon just keep the two away from each other as far as possible.
      • This version of her also brought her into trouble with Bellatrix Lestrade who tried to kill her after being mistake for her one too many times. It took the ascended cast of Harry Potter to keep Ophelia from unleash her power in self-defense.
      • However, this version of her got sympathy from Cinderella for looking like her godmother and being treated poorly by Hamlet.
    • Rose also sympathizes with Ophelia greatly for Ophelia's similar experience of being abused by their love interest. That and the fact that they sometimes looks alike.