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Figures of History, Influence, Inspiration and Infamy

The general idea of historical accounts and archives was an important factor to consider for the Pantheon, given that because of the never-ending merging and clashes of realms every once in a while, their pasts and events also tended to become known and recorded someplace in the Pantheon. However, outside of the Main House, very little of it was actually collected and stored for other deities to understand and realize, unless they took an initiative and decided to approach a deity about their world.

Hence, it was decided that to commemorate the numerous past events, moments and stories that have been going around, a new House was to be commissioned, dedicated to showcasing this information and consistently keeping track of and recording any new anomalies and worlds the Pantheon manages to identify as a means of preservation and to allow for history to not be forgotten and remembered for the future to learn from.

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The layout of the House is remarkably similar to a museum, given that the primary basis is to record history and make sure whatever information is not only stored but also displayed for the public to see, speculate and take inspiration from. Unlike The Great Treasury, however, the House is more along the lines of showcasing murals, written scriptures and exhibitions of notable events in non-fiction, fiction and the Pantheon. The star landmark in the House are finely tuned, expertly crafted sculptures of the representing Guardians of each individual House, a feat that they (mostly) are pleased by. Two of each sculpture have currently been made; one for this House and the second set is transported to the Main House.

The House has two different groups of Guardians after figures showed that there is just as much bad as much as what is represented as good. One group of the Guardians are upheld as a symbol of hope, inspiration and are, hence, treated as paragons for the most part. The second set of guardians are a representation of malice, wrongdoings and, to heroes and the good-hearted, are examples of what must not be pursued or should be seen as a case study for one to improve themselves. Needless to say, the second group aren't exactly thrilled at this notion, but they'll pass for now, as they don't want to risk further tarnishing their reputation.

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The Quartet of Inspiration

    Abraham Lincoln 
Abraham Lincoln, God of Historical Badass Upgrades (16th President of the United States of America, Honest Abe, the Great Emancipator, the Immortal, King of Mars)
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A photo of the president

    Toshinori Yagi/All Might and Izuku Midoriya/Deku 
Toshinori Yagi and Izuku Midoriya, Co-Gods of Passing the Torch (Toshinori: All Might, The Number 1 Hero, The Symbol of Peace | Izuku: Deku, Stupid Nerd, Damned Nerd, The Absolute Madman, Broccoli, Baby Superman, Green Naruto)
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Izuku (Left), All Might (Right)
  • Greater God, Quasideity in his depowered form (All Might); Lesser God, training to be a Greater God (now may be bordering on Intermediate God) (Izuku)
  • Symbol:
  • Theme Music: The Day, You Say Run (All Might) or Jet Set Run (Deku) plays when they get serious
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Passing the Torch, Super Strength, Empowered Badass Normal, Super Empowering, Explosive Overclocking, Game-Breaking Injury, The Paragon (All Might), Awesome, but Impractical, Hour of Power, Big Good,(Izuku) The Determinator, Awesome by Analysis, Nerd Action Hero, Take Up My Sword
  • Domains: Heroes, Legacies, Strength, Tutelage, Selflessness
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: The super-villains of the House of Villainy, Enrico Pucci, Number 96: Black Mist, Adam Taurus, Lord Tirek
  • Worthy Opponent: Stain (one-sided and only on his end.)
  • Although All Might still retains the scars that he sustained from battling the wielder of "All For One", he no longer has the time limit on "One For All" that the injury inflicted upon him in the mortal plane, and his strength was restored to its prime by the GUAG. They have even offered to give All Might a replica of "One For All" once Izuku fully comes into "One For All". All Might appreciated the sentiment, but he feels that Izuku should be allowed to fully come into his own.
  • Izuku was ecstatic to see many of the superheroes that once existed in his world's comic books actually existed in the Pantheon, and All Might feels that Izuku will further grow as he interacts with the super-heroes of the Pantheon.
  • All Might often visits the House of Heroes to strike up conversation with Superman, a fellow Paragon of Justice in his world, as All Might is in his own. One can always know when he is about to arrive by listening for his catch-phrase: "Fear not! Why you ask? Cuz I'm here!"
  • He is rarely seen when he reverts to his true form, and anyone who does is generally shocked that he's even the same person - he changes from a towering, buff super-hero to a scrawny, shriveled up man with sunken eyes. This is due to having wasted away from after-effects of injuries done to fix his wound.
  • All Might is a paragon of heroes, and he is himself the eighth wielder of "One For All", a successor to a long line of bearers of this unique Quirk. Izuku Midoriya is the ninth user of "One For All", and was chosen by All Might after putting his life on the line to save a friend when no one else could (or would).
  • While normally always with a smile on his face, All Might does not smile whenever he thinks of Enrico Pucci or Grahf. These two individuals remind All Might too much of "All For One"'s wielder, as they use their powers to either empower villains, take the powers of others, or worse
    • Enrico Pucci concerns All Might because of his Stand, Whitesnake, because he's worried whether or not it can steal powers other than Stands.
    • Grahf's ability to empower villains into new forms also reminds All Might of the artificially created Nomu and its creator, "All For One".
  • All Might is a firm believer in hard work, having trained Izuku until his body was strong enough to be able to handle the power of "One For All". This makes him appreciate the similar efforts that Uzumaki Naruto put forward to achieve his dreams.
  • Izuku is often daunted by the fact that he's standing alongside so many individuals who are great heroes and powerful individuals in their own right, but he vows to continue working hard and honing "One For All" so he can one day become a great hero in his own right.
  • Izuku is happy to see many of his friends ascend onto the Pantheon and feels confident in what they can overcome.
  • Due to an alliance with Stain the Hero Killer, Izuku and All-Might are pitted against the likes of Adam Taurus from time to time.
  • Many in the Pantheon were shocked to see Izuku explode in black tendrils of energy. It's revealed that this is because One For All has grown strong enough to utilize the six Quirks of its previous users, now amplified by One For All's power. As such, Izuku has become a larger threat to the forces of villainy and many are debating that whether he can now be considered an Intermediate God.
  • Deku found out about Atsuko "Akko" Kagari's life and how it sort of mirrors his own. The two bonded over the fact they were fans of superheroes/witches, how they wanted to become one but faced harsh obstacles, looking up to and actually being mentored by their idols. The more cynical would point out the one major difference: while Deku gained his Quirks thanks to his idol, Akko's magic potential was accidently stolen by her idol.
  • While not magic users themselves, upon hearing about Lord Tirek's ability to drain magic, they immediately took him as an enemy. For All Might, it reminds him all too much about All for One's ability to steal power, while Midoriya was horrified since it reminded him of the Quirk-Removing Bullets that took out Lemillion's Quirk when they faced off against Overhaul and his goons.

    Obi-Wan Kenobi 
"Hello There"

Obi-Wan Kenobi, God of Mentors (Ben Kenobi, Old Ben, OB-1, The Negotiator, "Rako Hardeen", Ratio Tile, The Willing to Compares, Radio Prosperous, Card Ratio, Section Ratio General, This, Austria Wang Wan Kenobi, Values Include, Ewan A Bad Movie)

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Ben Kenobi 
Obi-Wan as a Padawan 
  • Intermediate Godnote 
  • Symbol: His blue lightsaber
  • Theme Song: Obi-Wan Kenobi Suite, Binary Sunset, Duel of the Fates, Battle of the Heroes
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: The Archetypal Mentor, Mentor Occupational Hazard, Utilizing The Force, One of the Best and Most Proficient Jedi Masters, Expert Pilot, Badass Bookworm, The Paladin, Surrogate Father to Anakin, Humble Hero, Civilized Man, Gentleman Snarker, The Snark Knight, Patrolling the Galaxy to Maintain Peace, Has Went Through Extreme Tragedy and Pain, Doomed Love Towards Satine Kryze, Static Character, Tragic Bromance, Determined in his Goals, Well-Intentioned Lies, Calmness In Death, Face Death with Dignity, Spirit Advisors, Extremely Quote-Memorabe, One of the Biggest Meme Characters Ever
  • Domains: The Force, Mind, Mysticism, Spirit, Wisdom, Order, Masters, Teachers
  • Followers: Stick, Rufus
  • Allies:
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Count Dooku, Thaal Sinestro
  • Arch-Enemy: Darth Maulnote 
  • Enemies: Emperor Palpatine, General Grievous, Darth Bane, Darth Zannah, The Sith Emperor, Darth Nihilus, Darkseid, Brainiac, Thanos, Frieza, Cooler, Khan Noonein Singh, Dukat, Megatron, Unicron
  • Opposes/Opposed By: Kreia/Darth Traya, Galactus
  • Respects: Master Oogway
  • Complicated Thoughts On: Professor Venomous
  • Pities: Tai Lungnote 
  • Special Relationship: Qui-Gon Jinn, Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader
  • A long time ago, on the desert planet of Tatooine, there lived an old hermit known as Ben Kenobi; his heart full of regret and stories to tell. But there was much more to him than meets the eye. For "Ben" was in truth Obi-Wan Kenobi; Jedi knight and general in the Clone Wars. Once tutored by Masters Yoda and Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan would climb the ranks of the Jedi Order to become a master and mentor an apprentice of his own... a former slave named Anakin Skywalker. Sadly, Obi-Wan bore witness to the Fall of the Old Republic. He was nearly killed during Order 66, discovered his former apprentice and friend had turned to the Dark Side, becoming Darth Vader, and was forced to confront him on Mustafar, where he bested and left Vader to die amongst the molten rock. Following the battle, Kenobi was tasked by Master Yoda to travel to Tatooine to watch over Anakin's son Luke, as well as to continue his Jedi training. Eventually, Obi-Wan would be called upon to rescue Princess Leia of Alderaan from the Empire and left the desert world, taking Luke as well to teach the boy the ways of the Force. Their journey, unfortunately, hit a minor snag. Alderaan had been destroyed, wiped out by the Imperial Death Star, and the Princess was trapped inside. While Luke and his allies went to rescue her, Kenobi was confronted by his former apprentice, more machine now than man. The two had one last duel, but Obi-Wan was quickly struck down...
    • Or so it would have seemed. As it turned out, Obi-Wan was able to find a way to resurface as a Force Ghost who came to Luke's aid in Dagobah as the latter was training with Yoda in order to learn the arts and skills of a Jedi in the hopes of turning the tide against the Empire. However, Luke's insistency in helping his friends cost him his training, suffering a crippling defeat and realizing that his father, Anakin, was really Darth Vader, prompting him to resume training until he was fully a Jedi. Though Obi-Wan was able to provide him as much guidance as he could, including revealing more of Luke's heritage and doing whatever he could to defeat the Empire once and for all. Luke succeeded and was able to also redeem Vader, with Obi-Wan, Yoda, and the reformed Anakin celebrating the greatest victory the Rebellion had.
  • Obi-Wan ascended into the Pantheon sometime after his mortal coil had been shed by Vader. To his surprise, Obi-Wan found out that he was somehow restored in his prime and that somehow, not only were the Jedi still active, but also the Sith, the Galactic Empire, and the Rebel Alliance. Seeking to learn more of what was going on, Obi-Wan was himself to a divine being known as Cosmos, who filled in the details about what kind of world the Pantheon was. She also presented the Jedi Master about a Forever War that was going on between her and a primordial evil being known as Melkor. Obi-Wan expressed interest in joining the fight, however, it was the involvement of Palpatine and his allies favoring the grand forces of malice that prompted the Jedi to become more active and vigilant in the Pantheon, creating a notable faction in the Grand United Alliance of Good. The Jedi were now needed more than ever.
  • Obi-Wan was surprised to discover just how diverse and colorful the Pantheon, especially when it comes to the stellar reaches of space. Beyond the Jedi, he realized the presence and existence of so many cultures, races and stories that were around, many of which came from wholly different realms and others of which were wholly made. To many, this would be an exciting prospect to learn about and many would dream of adventuring them. To a warrior and peacekeepers like Obi-Wan, this meant that many of them are potential crossfires in the ensuing battle between Cosmos and Melkor and that Jedi emissaries were to be deployed around for protection and safeguarding matters. While some of the Jedi were keen on that notion and took immediate action, Obi-Wan was unfortunately not among them, who was instead held behind to tend to more personal and critical matters. Yoda states that as Obi-Wan is one of his most gifted and special apprentices, it is best that he's not restricted to something too much, plus he is one of the best the Jedi can offer when it comes to their Sith opponents.
    • The war between good and evil became further colocated when new alliances were being formed out of nowhere. Interestingly, the structures and organized fashion of the Jedi Order did somewhat entice the Grand United Alliance of Law, though the Jedi's declared their opposition almost immediately to YHVH. Two influential Sith Lords, Darth Nihilus and Darth Bane, however, went on to join the Grand United Alliance of Destruction and the Harbingers of Repression to signal their own independence from Palpatine whilst also maintaining their own enmity against the Jedi. Obi-Wan is more than sure to prepare himself against more of the Sith.
  • As a Jedi Master with decades worth of experience, Obi-Wan is familiar and knows some of the techniques from the seven forms of lightsaber combat styles. The one he specializes in the most is Form III, Soresu, which many consider Obi-Wan to be the greatest example of. It was a defensive stance meant to allow users to anticipate attacks and obstacles, especially blaster shots, and to allow the best possible ability to counter and dodge it before opening up for offense. Obi-Wan's mastery over Soresu has allowed him to conquer many battles, especially the ones against General Grievous and Anakin Skywalker, and has been sought by many sword wielders in the Pantheon to learn how to better their own defenses. While Obi-Wan would be delighted to pass on his knowledge and skill, he's currently too busy trying to keep up with all sorts of threats, much to his regret.
  • Despite the complications the Pantheon had offered, it did grant Obi-Wan one thing that was worthy of comfort; being able to reunite with his lost ones. When his former master, Qui-Gon Jinn found a way to ascend, Obi-Wan was the first to reach out to him and the two had a tearful reunion. Obi-Wan, for a moment, felt that he may not have lived up to Qui-Gon's promise of looking after Anakin as well as they should have expected and that Obi-Wan felt great remorse and pity over the tragic turn of events that led to his apprentice's downfall. Qui-Gon, however, paid no ill will and simply stated that Obi-Wan did the best he can and while he may not have succeeded, the Pantheon may have given them a second chance to amend things. Words that greatly encouraged Obi-Wan to seek Anakin out whilst also being content that he can finally spend time with and fight together with his former master.
    • And speaking of his apprentice, Anakin was in a sorrowful, sobbing mess when he found himself being reunited with Obi-Wan. Regardless of if he retained his guise and appearance of Darth Vader, Anakin was still Obi-Wan's surrogate younger brother. Despite his redemption, he felt as if Obi-Wan would act as if he has severed ties with him, but that that's further from the truth. Obi-Wan simply wanted to reach out to the man that he looked after and fought with and provide a moment of ease for Anakin's tormented soul. Qui-Gon's presence also helped in soothing Anakin, whereupon the former Sith Lord finally felt a genuine moment of happiness. He was relaxed and content, something which he never experienced for years. And because of that, Anakin will always be thankful for Obi-Wan and Qui-Gon.
  • Of course, Obi-Wan has expected to see some of his personal enemies ascend into the Pantheon as well, especially Sidious. However, in the case of his most grueling ones, the situation was rather complicated. The return of Darth Maul was not a pleasant one of course, as he was the most personal and enduring of Obi-Wan's enemies and was responsible for many of the former's tragedies, especially the murders of his master Qui-Gon and his lover, Satine Kryze. However, their final duel was a rather bittersweet one and by the end of his life, Maul had shed off any and all animosities towards Obi-Wan and simply asked if the Chosen One, which they perceived to be Luke Skywalker, would avenge them. Predictably, Maul opposed Obi-Wan, but unlike before, his condescending and vicious demeanor has since dropped. If anything, Maul had gotten a lot more mellow and wise and even came to see Obi-Wan as an equal in his might and strength, but it hasn't stopped him from being the absolute monster he is in battle. Even more amusingly, the fact that Sidious is allied with greater evils led to the incredibly awkward situation of Maul and Obi-Wan considering an alliance, a notion that neither of them was keen about, but with little choice, both were forced to concede. It's not the first time where Maul had to work with a Jedi to defeat a common enemy, but the fact that Obi-Wan and Maul working together against someone was an irony that was not lost on their allies. Though Maul makes it clear that he will turn on Obi-Wan once their deal is settled, which the Jedi Master has anticipated and is planning to wait for that predicament.
    • Count Dooku was even more complex. Unlike Maul, who went rogue against all of the malignant factions of the Pantheon as they did not get along with his perceptions of how he wanted to have the Sith for himself, Dooku joined the Grand United Alliance of Evil... until a Heel Realization hit him on how he was no more of a means to an end like Maul and Vader were and ultimately he would just be used by Palpatine as leverage and defected to his former enemies as Dooku's previous history as a political idealist aligned with theirs more than any evil organization he could think of. Having to see Obi-Wan as an ally was... awkward, to say the least. While the Jedi are not trusting of Dooku for his crimes and treachery, Qui-Gon, his apprentice, was surprisingly open to working with him again and hopes to see Dooku redeem himself, just like Anakin did. While initially hesitant, Obi-Wan reluctantly decided to trust Qui-Gon's word, but so far, things aren't looking easy between him and Dooku. Just because they're allies of convenience doesn't mean there's a lot of tension, which the two of them would have to deal with just as much. In fact, Obi-Wan and Dooku are only stopped from in-fighting because of Qui-Gon as the two are aware that they can't afford to also damage their relationship and trust in him.
    • General Grievous is the most hostile, with him not forgetting about their final fight against one another that ended with Obi-Wan roasting him to death via using a blaster on his remaining organic parts. Grievous, despite his genuine alliance with Dooku, has no room for wanting to settle for a mutual feud against a common enemy, let alone consider Obi-Wan a Worthy Opponent and simply wants to have a payback. However, much to the droid leader's sore irritation, most would rather remember him for adding lightsabers to his "fine addition". Though that said, he'll play along in case someone says "Hello There" behind him, only for Grievous to turn around and say "General Kenobi!", even if the person behind him is not Obi-Wan. Beyond this small act of civility, he's taking improvements and advice from the Grand United Alliance of Machines to prepare himself against Obi-Wan and the Jedi in an eventual rematch.
  • Beyond the Sith Lords he was familiar with in his mortal life, Obi-Wan has a rather negative moment with Kreia. While she was formerly Darth Traya, she has since come to denounce both the Jedi and the Sith, with Obi-Wan being no exception. Oddly enough, the fact that they were influential masters meant that there was a sort of parallel to be seen between the two, which Obi-Wan found rather peculiar. Unfortunately, Kreia's unwillingness to compromise leaves Obi-Wan with no choice but to not think too much about her which upsets him whereas Kreia herself keeps to herself and doesn't care, though she was not hesitant about attacking any Jedi that comes in her way, aside from The Exile, who does see Obi-Wan as a fellow Jedi to fight alongside with.
  • One deity that Obi-Wan found intrigue towards was Hal Jordan, a man who was a member of the intergalactic Green Lantern Corps, dedicated to overseeing and protecting the Universe from cosmic threats. Learning about him, Obi-Wan was surprised to learn that Hal had a lot in common with Anakin; he was an Ace Pilot, a maverick in his organization, preferring to defy the rules to do what he thought was justified, turned into a great threat (in Hal's case, Parallax) after witnessing the destruction and loss of something he cherished, went on to destroy the very organization he worked for out of grief and rage and died redeeming himself. That said, he did return and manage to inspire the Green Lantern Corps into being restored and the fact that Hal was in good touch with Anakin meant that Obi-Wan could easily reach out to him. Hal was pleased and was open to working with a fellow galactic soldier. The fact that they know just how impactful a tragedy can be has helped that the two understanding one another pretty well.
  • As a mentor, Obi-Wan has found camaraderie with fellow beings who also went on to become teachers with pupils. Those like Albus Dumbledore, Mickey Mouse, and Kakashi Hatake have expressed a level of respect towards Obi-Wan for being an adequate student for Qui-Gonn and for doing the best he could to be a good role model for Anakin, though he normally shies away when asked about the latter. While Anakin did become an excellent Jedi and practitioner of The Force under his guidance, Obi-Wan still felt as if he failed Anakin from not falling into the Dark Side, even if he had managed to redeem himself. Dumbledore and Kakashi have empathized with Obi-Wan when it came to losing a friend to evil as they've had that similar experience, though Obi-Wan personally thinks that despite their redemption, they still have a lot more to do to earn them, Anakin included.
    • A battle simulation was created between Obi-Wan and Kakashi that ended with the former winning. The results of the fight motivated Kakashi to improve his dexterity and overall strength to be able to better fight alongside Obi-Wan against mutual enemies, which the Jedi Master greatly appreciated. The battle simulation also made Obi-Wan find out about Kakashi's interests in erotic fiction, much to the ninja's chagrin.
    • He got to befriend a series of unexpected figures in the form of Po and the Furious Five for being strong and dedicated warriors, in addition to Po being a chosen one who manages to impress and hold up to his master and comrades' expectations and respect. Obi-Wan also came to respect Master Oogway for his strong wisdom and support for his successors, though he also finds himself pitying Tai Lung for going through a path that only bought him pain and suffering. The fact that Tai Lung's downfall was not unlike Anakin's was not left unnoticed by Obi-Wan and while he does want to reach out to him, the Jedi thinks that he wouldn't listen, so the only way to settle it is by battle. Tai Lung, on the other hand, doesn't want to be pitied, but nonetheless sees Obi-Wan as a Worthy Opponent to be given a shot against.
    • A mixed feeling rose towards Professor Venomous. While he did start off as a hero named Laserblast, he once lost his powers and, in a desperate bid to try getting them back, start to mold himself into a villain whereupon he began to grow a strong opposition towards his son, K.O. While his tenure as a villain has come to an end, albeit with heavy consequences, Venomous is yet to be forgiven, especially as a son, though he acknowledges that he only has himself to blame. Obi-Wan is no exception, but knowing that Anakin is in a similar predicament, he is not as antagonistic towards him as most others would and does expect him to try to be better. That said, Obi-Wan does keep wary of Venomous, though him getting along with Anakin has had Obi-Wan lecture his former apprentice to be careful, which Anakin accepted. Doesn't stop him and Venomous from getting along though, but Obi-Wan will let it slide for the moment.
  • Obi-Wan figured that there would be far more protectors and maintainers to space than just the Jedi, and those who were involved in the Federation, especially those who piloted the Starship Enterprise. Here, Obi-Wan met many individuals who have scored a reputation for having stopped intergalactic threats and have dealt with ideological and political strife and complications between different races and planets. Whilst respecting the leadership of James T. Kirk, the tenacity of Jean Luc-Picard, and the care and determination of Benjamin Sisko, they found a common element in that they had to deal with certain questionable teachings and methods of both the Jedi Order and the Federation, which ended up costing them heavily, personally, ideally and on a larger scale. As of now, all they can hope for is to do better in the Pantheon than they did in their home universes. And the returning threats of Khan and Dukat have had Obi-Wan motivated to reach out and give help to his newfound friends.
  • One figure in the Pantheon that surprisingly caught Obi-Wan's attention was a boy named Jonas, who was chosen to become the new Reciever of Memory by its predecessor, who went on to be known as The Giver of Memory. Initially, the task was to be given to the Giver's daughter, Rosemary, but the burden of the task was too much to bear and she ended up taking her own life. Obi-Wan was stunned to learn of the role Jonas had taken as it involved holding onto memories of everything the human mind can potentially hold on as memories, as well as having to take care of an infant boy named Gabriel, who was initially sent to be executed via lethal injection for simply having a weak constitution. While Obi-Wan respected what Jonas had been through, he also feels as if he's struggled and suffered a lot and decides that he be given care and aid to help him and Gabriel out as he adjusts in the Pantheon. Jonas has since been thankful.
  • Two notable foes that Obi-Wan encountered were Darkseid and Thanos, galactic tyrants whose reputation reminded the Jedi of Palpatine, though neither of them was actually affiliated with the Sith Lord, with both tyrants choosing to pursue separate goals. Darkseid personally sees the Jedi's connection to the Force as an interesting aspect to look into and seeks to learn about its mystic arts so that he could exploit the Force in his favor and destroy the Jedi. Thanos simply sees them as another threat, though does commend some Jedi Masters, Obi-Wan included, for their tenacity and their reputation as peacekeepers and warriors. Seeing as the two of them are dire threats to the galaxy, Obi-Wan and the Jedi are determined to combat Darkseid and Thanos for their ruthless tyranny and destruction.
    • Frieza and Cooler were also a brotherly pair of cosmic tyrants who desires nothing else other than to terrorize and control whatever planet and race they plunder and conquer. The fact that the two of them, especially Frieza, took glee in their acts of violence and suffering was a sure way to alert the Jedi Order about the threat that they pose. They personally don't see the Jedi as much to consider and balk at the very idea of keeping peace in the galaxy, though Frieza admits feeling a sort of seething rage upon looking at a lightsaber. The first time he died was from a sword strike after all, and he will never forget it. Much like Darkseid and Thanos, the Jedi has seen the brotherly tyrants as just as much of a danger to the cosmos as Palpatine is and Obi-Wan is making sure to prepare himself should he ever face off against them.
  • Obi-Wan also became worried about the arrival and threat of the alien known as Brainiac. In fact, Brainiac's first known victims in the Pantheon were a group of Jedi designated to protect the planet and according to survivors and eyewitnesses, he took the Jedi's corpses for himself where he suddenly gained knowledge about The Force, which immediately alarmed the Jedi Order into unrest and concern. Since then, Obi-Wan has been doing personal checkups on the Coluan's activities and seeks to find a way to stop him from further wrecking havoc. The fact that Brainiac desires to learn more about the Jedi, Sith, and The Force via capturing and storing their settlements and its inhabitants into a bottle for him to keep and research for his collection was a sign that the Jedi needs to be further ready to deal with a being who would stop at nothing to collect what interests him. Obi-Wan personally sees Brainiac with disgust as his knack of destroying prevents him from finding any genuine appreciation and that beneath his cold exterior is someone who finds excitement in inflicting pain, horror, and suffering towards someone.
    • He also realized the threat of the Decepticons and has since come to see Megatron with high wariness and concern as he is dead-set on conquering the universe and restoring Cybertron in his own vision. Megatron himself doesn't have many thoughts for the Jedi, instead merely seeing them as beneath him. That said, Obi-Wan is one of the few that he does take seriously, given that he is one of their best and has survived many battles against the Sith. Beyond that, the Jedi also learned about Unicron and his desire to end the universe so that he could have his silence. Being the Negotiator that he is, Obi-Wan went on to establish a pact with Optimus Prime and the Autobots. The latter greatly respected the Jedi's creed of trying to maintain balance and peace in the cosmos and adding to the fact that both worked with Cosmos, they quickly became good allies with one another. Now, what needs to be done is to stop the rising threat of the Decepticons and Unicron.
  • Beyond being one of the most well-known Jedi in the Pantheon, Obi-Wan is also famous and popular for... being incredibly quotable and for becoming a huge focus on a sort of culture that he has no knowledge on. Chances are, whenever someone wants to meet Obi-Wan, they'd peep behind him and exclaim "Hello there", or if they're fighting against a Sith, they'd declare that "Sith Lords are our specialty". It was sort of endearing... at first. Then it became annoying once Obi-Wan began to realize that a lot of people who idolize him do so because of him being a meme icon, not for being a Jedi Master.
    • The most quoted meme is him being "on the high ground", which according to those who quip it, somehow turns Obi-Wan into an Overdeity and can potentially defeat Melkor with it. While Obi-Wan will occasionally play along with it, the circumstances around the time he said that was anything but humorous and he would like to kindly remind others not to remind him of Anakin's downfall too much. Also, he's not an Overdeity just because he's in a higher elevation than his enemies; that's more to do with the fact that he was at a strategic advantage than anything else, and if anything, he tried to warn Anakin not to attempt attacking him. Obviously enough, Anakin supports Obi-Wan in this notion. Maul simply gets mad whenever he hears the meme; he doesn't understand how he had the high ground, yet Obi-Wan still defeated him despite hanging on the edge of a massive hole beneath Maul's feet. Though he's surprised to hear that Obi-Wan himself is rather mixed about the topic.
"If you define yourself by your power to take life, your desire to dominate, to possess, then you have nothing."

The Infamous Triumvirate

    John Kreese 
John Kreese, God of Harsh, Shady Senseis
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Kreese during the 1980s 
Kreese during the Vietnam War 
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Cobra Kai Logo with the Words, "No Mercy"
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (may or may not be switching to Neutral Good with Koala Kai)
  • Portfolio: Sensei for Scoundrels, The Biggest Influence of Cobra Kai's Mentality, The Complete Opposite of Mr. Miyagi, Former Vietnam Veteran, Jerkass who turns out to be Even Worse, "Sweep The Leg" (Former Trope Namer), Cannot Tolerate being in any position other then First Place, Dirty Old Man, Johnny's former Sensei, Greater-Scope Villain, Believes Mercy is a Weakness, Sociopathy, Manipulative Bastard, Makes up Obviously Falsified Stories about his Wartime Experiences, Wants revenge on Daniel and Mr. Miyagi, Does not display Racial Standards
  • Domains: Karate, Sensei, Manipulation, Mentors, Scoundrels
  • Heralds: Terry Silver, Mike Barnes and his goons, Tory, Raymond/Stingray, Doug Rickenberger, Mikey Kyler, Robby Keene
  • High Priest: Master Li
  • Allies: Norman Osborne, Master Bison, Balrog, Vega, Lex Luthor, The Joker, Madara Uchiha, Odio (Specifically Odi Wang Lee)
  • Rival: Odio (Specifically Odi Oldbright), Heihachi Mishima
  • Enemies: Johnny Lawrence, Daniel LaRusso, Jimmy Hopkins, Mikoto Mikasa, Matilda Wormwood, Ryu, Ken, Robert E.O. Speedwagon, The Hawkins Party
  • Opposes/Opposed By: Mr. Miyagi
  • Respects: Regime Superman
  • Disregards: Biff Tannen, Gary Smith, Sugou Nobuyuki
  • A veteran during the Vietnam War, John Kreese developed a fatalistic mindset that "Mercy is for the Weak", the world is cruel and is necessary to fight back and that winning was what mattered most. He met up with Terry Silver, whom together would form the dojo known as Cobra Kai. Cobra Kai would become a successful dojo attracting numerous students who became proficient karate fighters, however Kreese's philosophy and ethics were one of brutal pragmatism and general ruthlessness, which turned students into vicious bullies. He scored a star student in Johnny Lawrence who won the All-Valley Karate Tournament twice a year, until they encountered Daniel LaRusso and his sensei Nariyoshi Miyagi where they agreed that Daniel will participate in the 1985 All-Valley tournament lest Johnny and his group continue bullying Daniel.. When Johnny lost to Daniel in the finals, Kreese was furious, broke Johnny runner-up trophy and began to choke him once he started speaking out against him. This, alongside being defeated by a bypassing Mr. Miyagi caused the Cobra Kai students to suddenly defect after seeing how much of a scumbag Kreese really was. He tried to recreate Cobra Kai later on to no success.
    • He would later show up again 34 years later towards an older Johnny, who had managed to bring back Cobra Kai. The two fought before Johnny decided to let his former sensei reenter his life after Kreese decided to formally apologize. Unfortunately, while Johnny was inactive to spend time with his friends, one of which was dying, Kreese took advantage of Johnny's absence and decided to further corrupt the new generation of Cobra Kai students. Johnny caught wind of this and threw Kreese out, but realized too late that he had made a deal with Johnny's landlord to usurp Cobra Kai. After a series of horrifying and tragic events also involving Daniel and the new generation of Miyagi-Do, Kreese turned the tables and snatched Cobra Kai from Johnny, finally scoring a victory while Johnny was left to wander the streets.
  • After hearing about the Pantheon and how Johnny and Daniel were a part of it, Kreese decided to to take ride there in an attempt to take Cobra Kai to new ventures and spread its influence. Upon arrival, he was surprised to see that Mr. Miyagi was also present. Kreese was pleasantly surprised, knowing that he has another shot at personally humiliating Mr. Miyagi now that Kreese had also made his presence known.
    • Speaking of which, Daniel and Mr. Miyagi were not happy to learn that John Kreese was now in the Pantheon. John took their reactions with a smug approach and proceeded to establish a new Cobra Kai branch in the Pantheon, eager to preach and enforce the motto of "Strike First, Strike Hard, No Mercy"
  • Its a known fact that Kreese is a vicious bully who is all too willing to manipulate and corrupt his students to become more aggressive and vindictive towards other people. However, many of his students are victims of bullying themselves, which paints a rather dark image for Cobra Kai. For one, while Kreese is undoubtedly a terrible person, he isn't exactly wrong about how the world tends to be a cruel and unforgiving place and that sometimes mercy is inapplicable in certain situations. This however does not help in his case of corrupting teenagers though.
    • Biff Tannen and Gary Smith expressed interested in learning karate from Kreese. Kreese promptly bloodied their noses and kicked them out of his dojo. He knows that Biff and Gary are exactly the kind of people who are responsible for bullying victims to attend Cobra Kai and sees their actions and personality as completely unfitting for his dojo's ethical code. Also because they would've been incompetent students anyway Due to lacking certain areas.
  • Being someone who fought during the Vietnam War, Kreese is very dismissive towards any ethnicity outside of his own. This has made him pretty unpopular with residents belonging to different races, but Kreese really doesn't seem to mind. He also finds newer generations of empowerment to be a joke and thinks its these kinds of values that are making the new generation mentally weak. He'd much rather break someone's nose than hear anything stating "The Future is Female".
  • Kreese is unsurprisingly hated by bully hunters like Jimmy Hopkins, Mikoto Mikasa and Matilda Wormwood, who do not like the fact that he mentors troubled teens and poisons their minds to become bullies themselves. They've since sided with Johnny and Daniel in opposing him and his actions. Similarly, the Hawkins Party, the Boys in particular despise Kreese for being an unrepentant asshole. He brushed them off before deciding to hurl his insults on the boys for being nerdy losers. He took to verbally harassing Will for being the most child-like out of the party. Naturally, he was thrown into a wall by Eleven who got sick and tired of hearing Kreese's insults.
    • Ryu and Ken were openly disgusted with the kind of mindset that Kreese was teaching and have made it clear that they will prevent him from putting in more influence. Kreese has scoffed, knowing that he has Balrog and Vega as allies to back him up.
  • Despite his unpopularity, Kreese finds company under Balrog and Vega, considering they're brutal fighters who won't hesitate to fighting using underhanded tactics. Kreese is willing to teach them karate to further refine their fighting skills, though he does want to find a way to discipline Balrog first. A chance meeting with Madara resulted in the two appreciating their pessimistic viewpoints on the world. Kreese will allow Madara to attend his dojo as speculation. Madara on the other hand gives Kreese credit for knowing how the world works and what needs to be undertaken when it comes to fighting.
  • Kreese surprisingly praises and holds high regard for Regime Superman. He liked the fact that the Fallen Man of Steel became more brutal and displayed no restraints when it comes to taking on his enemies. In a sense, Regime Superman manages to represent much of Cobra Kai's motto to which Kreese snickered with smug entitlement. Conversely, Regime Superman praises Kreese for teaching students on how to deal with the world, considering the two's similar pessimistic viewpoint of it.
  • Is pretty well known for his phrase "Sweep the Leg". This confirmed that Kreese was a dishonorable fighter who would do anything, even dirty tactics if it meant winning. Alas it blew up in his face when he instructed Johnny to do this to Daniel and lost, but Kreese isn't going to let it go. After all to him, there's "No Mercy" in the Pantheon, considering the Forever War between Cosmos, Melkor, YHVH and Lucifer.
  • Needing financial support to keep his dojo up and running, Kreese has made an alliance with Norman Osborne and Lex Luthor. Norman is impressed to see how Kreese is able to manipulate and corrupt vulnerable teens into becoming aggressive, vindictive bullies. Lex feels as if because Kreese's hatred towards Mr. Miyagi is similar to Lex's disdain towards "the alien", he has a degree of kinship with him.
  • The Joker has also taken interest after learning that part of Cobra Kai's founding and ideology seem to involve having "One Bad Day" and wanting to show everyone that's all it takes to be like them, viewing Kreese and some of his students as people who "actually get it".
  • Has a mixed relationship with two of Odio's personas. He gets along with Odi Wang Lee, with Wang Lee appreciating Kreese for toughening up troubled kids and warping them into vindictive bullies who will justify themselves for their actions. Odi Oldbright is more of a rivalry, with the two of them being combat practitioners in the 20th Century. Unlike the two of them however, Kreese isn't a killer, or at least not as sucessful as one. His rivalry also extends to Heihachi, who thinks Kreese's training mindset is effective in making people stronger. Naturally, this also earned Kreese Jin's enmity.
  • Refuses to answer questions about another school he created called Koala Kai, where he practices the opposite of what Cobra Kai is known for. All he says is that it's a long story that they may or may not get to later. Besides, it's proven to be a successful business that's helped solved some of his problems and put him back on top.
Cobra Kai Never Dies...

    Thaal Sinestro 
In Blackest day, in Brightest night,

Beware your fears made into light.

Let those who try to stop what's right

Burn like my power—Sinestro's might!

Thaal Sinestro, God of Villainous Predecessors to the Hero

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  • Intermediate God (Greater God when using Parallax)
  • Symbol: The Symbol of his own Corps
  • Alignment: Zigzags between Lawful Evil and Lawful Neutral (Currently Lawful Neutral)
  • Portfolio: Well-Intentioned Extremist, Human Aliens, Utopia Justifies the Means, Anti-Villain, Magnificent Bastard, Crazy-Prepared, Feared Beings, Left-Handed Villains, Even Evil Has Loved Ones, Family Revelations, Real Men Are Pink
  • Domains: Fear, Ambiguity, Order, Tyranny, Extremism
  • Followers: Hades, Nerissa, Gul Dukat
  • Heralds: His fellow Yellow Lanterns
  • Allies: Magneto, Doctor Doom, Captain Cold, Fiddlesticks, Grand Moff Tarkin
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: High Councilor Kal-El
  • Potential candidates for the Yellow Lantern Ring: Batman, Valvatorez, Medivh, Doomguy, Freddy Krueger, Diablo, Fiddlesticks, Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin, Light Yagami, Pride, Galactus, Lord Brevon, The Pyro, Vladimir Makarov, Ornstein and Smough and in general anyone who is The Dreaded is considered
  • Disappointed in: Pitch Black
  • Friendly Enemies with: The other Lantern Corps and the rest of the Superheroic Gods in the Pantheon, especially Hal Jordan/Green Lantern
  • Enemies: Nekron, the Anti-Monitor, Krona, Mongul, No Face, Lich, Daffy Duck, The Immortal God-Emperor of Mankind, Fear of the Emotions, Darkseid, Mongul
  • Opposes: The GUAD, The GUAC and the GUAL.
  • Thaal Sinestro started out as a mere archaeologist, fascinated by the more orderly and glorious ancient empires of Korugar. Chosen to be the Green Lantern of Sector 1417, he became a great friend to fellow lantern Abin Sur, a mentor and friend to future Green Lantern of 2814 Hal Jordan, and was regarded as the greatest Green Lantern of them all. Alas, this would not last. The secret to how he kept his sector in perfect order was discovered; he had become dictator of his homeworld through fear, all for "the greater good". Banished, he would rise to become one of the Green Lantern Corps greatest villains.
  • Was awarded the title of God of Fear after As Nodt was attacked by Fiddlesticks. Sinestro allowed Fiddlesticks to join the Sinestro Corps, to which Fiddlestick accepted. Later on he decided that "fear tropes" felt too general for him, gave up his position as "God of Fear" and managed to get to get Hero's Evil Predecessor instead...though the "evil" is for his own sake, and would prefer him being referred to as "Hal's Necessarily Harsh Predecessor."
  • Despite his renegade status, he still wants the Green Lantern Corps to be a force for peace and order (his order, mind you); the Sinestro Corps War was a gambit to make them abandon the no kill rule. Despite his villainous attributes, Sinestro doesn't want to join the GUAE, and since its current leader is a Control Freak worse than himself, he doesn't feel part of the GUAL yet. Instead he's become a GUAG Token Evil Teammate, working to make it less soft and increase the amount of evil teammates "for what needs to be done". Everyone is keeping an eye on him, but many believe his presence there may complete the Heel–Face Turn he's been playing with for a while.
  • The House of Fear may no longer be his home, but it is where he's comfortable in. Asides from Fiddlesticks, he has chosen the following gods, though they must first conquer their greatest fear.
    • Darkrai has been pressured into helping the Sinestro Corps, as the Korugarian seeks his power over nightmares. He has promised to help the Pitch Black Pokemon overcome its Power Incontinence by using the ring as focus. He sees potential in the homunculus Pride as well due to how he fights, but isn't quite ready to give him a ring as he's still undyingly loyal to Father, who might get in the way of the Sinestro Corps' ambitions.
    • Has complete disgust over Fear of the Emotions. He ponders how on earth is he the personification of fear, if all he does is ponder and be scared of anything around him. This makes him belittle the humans due to their fears being similar to the one in the Emotions.
    Sinestro: So, this is how humans perceive fear? Well no wonder they're weak-minded.
    • Has no idea how the hell is he supposed to give Giygas a Ring. Then again, considering he's the Almighty Idiot, this halted his progress on reinstating him to the Corps.
    • Freddy Kruger, like Romat-Ru, is fine being a Psycho for Hire. Sinestro is working to let him generate a Hard Light body with the yellow ring. Balanar has joined the Sinestro Corps for similar reasons.
    • Has also spoken with The Green Goblin, seeing his motives and theme to be a worthy successor to Jonathan Crane while he isn't around. This has given him greater power to finally kill Spiderman for good, but he has restrained him in such activity.
    • Has a good understanding and a Commonality Connection with Medivh for many reasons. For instance, they are actually Anti Heroes who have dealt with more evil entities (Medivh to Sargeras and Sinestro to Anti-Monitor). Followed by their turning to evil or Knight Templar motivation, and later on their legacies (Former had Karazhan's magic and the latter had the Corps). Thanks to this, Medivh has willingly accepted the Ring itself, most especially as a asset to defeat Sargeras once he ascends. Light Yagami has also been considered for the Sinestro Corps due to sharing a similar sense of justice and striking fear into the hearts of criminals.
    • And if that wasn't enough, the Ring also sensed and brought the Pyro among the ranks of the Corps. While Sinestro and the rest are glad to bring him in, the Mercernaries of Mann Co. on the other hand and their pals aren't glad one bit. And that wasn't the end of it, because Vladimir Makarov was also recruited into the ranks of Corps, seeing his usage of the Inner Circle and his fear factor from the world gave him an opportunity to join them. And oddly enough, Ornstein and Smough joined, not because of their fear in-universe, but because they are feared by many players for being that fucking annoying boss in their univese.
    • Despite being affiliated with fear, he's rather disappointed in Pitch, as he sees his fear overtaking himself as a disgrace to what true fear is. As a result, he hasn't given him a Yellow Lantern Ring and decided to give him a "Reason You Suck" Speech in front of the house to solidify his disappointment towards him.
    Sinestro: You know, fear is powered by ourselves being the fear. We show the people why we are feared. For you, what you have become, it baffles me. And you are affiliated to fear? Not a single chance will you have anything to do, with us and our Corps.
    • He has tried to convince Batman to join his corps, for obvious reasons. To quote himself during the "forever evil" incident of his universe: "What a wonderful yellow lantern you would make, Batman."
    • He has also tried to convince the Punisher to join his corps, but unfortunately for him, Atrocitus got to him first.
    • Upon learning about Valvatorez's successful conquest of the netherworld and his ambition to "become a symbol of fear itself", He has decided to give a Yellow ring to him as a sign of friendship. He sees the tyrant as being "cut from the same cloth", not unlike himself and Black Adam. Fenrich doesn't trust him one bit, but he appreciates the gesture nonetheless, because the ring's power may come in handy someday.
  • Some have pointed out that with the name and mustache, how anyone would trust him. He's quick to point out that his name refers to "sinistra", the Latin word for left. He is left-handed, after all. Besides, Sinestro's his last name. His first name is the rather innocuous "Thaal".
  • He was surprised that he has an Even Eviler Counterpart of himself in a world where Superman becomes a tyrant. This version is a lot more sadistic and selfish than him, and the mainstream Sinestro looks down on him. He also has no respect for the Hal Jordan of that reality, due to being a Dirty Coward. His Hal would rather die than serve under him. High Councillor Kal-El is a member of the Sinestro Corps in that universe, and while the main Sinestro is fine with him helping out he's keeping an eye on him as he doesn't trust his own alternate self.
  • Initially his yellow ring harnessed the impurity inside the Green Lantern Central Battery, yellow being the weakness to the Green Lantern rings. Having realized the truth behind this impurity, he's formed an entire corps based on its true power of fear (though the Green Lantern rings are no longer weak to yellow). Naturally half his corps is unstable, but for the most part they're loyal, especially Arkillo. Batman temporarily wielded a yellow ring, as did Mongul during his coup.
  • Once served the Anti-Monitor, who served as the powerhouse and official leader of the Sinestro Corps. In truth he was using Monty for his own purposes, and fully intended to dispose of him afterwards. Nowadays, he hopes to have Galactus help out as a more loyal and stable muscle, promising to find him worlds full of dissidents to devour. Galactus is considering this, though is so powerful already the yellow ring would more or less be a trinket, but it would at the very least give him a minor power boost.
  • Once worked with the super-villain Gods in the Pantheon, he leaves due to his status as a Well-Intentioned Extremist. He likes to work with fellow well-intentioned or order-seeking villains like Magneto and Doctor Doom. Grand Moff Tarkin was happy to work with him as well, as he believes fear to be an essential means of keeping order. Of course he's still works with psychopaths so long as they inspire fear and their psychosis can be diverted to ensuring his vision.
  • With Hal Jordan's announcement of godhood, Sinestro signed, since in the long run he knew this would happen. Regardless of what histories exist between the two, Sinestro intends to continue with his own ambitions, no matter how hard Jordan intends to prevent them.
  • He has a daughter in the form of Soranik Natu, who's mother gave her up to escape the persecution his actions would inevitably bring. She's had issues with her ring due to her father's abuse of it, and is currently serving as a Morality Chain for the Sinestro Corps as a whole.
  • When the First Lantern Volthoom was released, Sinestro took a key role in taking down the Reality Warper. He's managed to successfully bond with Parallax while retaining his mind and soul, finally getting back at the old Guardians of the Universe for all they've done. He's busy with trying to fix the situation with his race, given Volthoom destroyed his homeworld, and his experience with the emotion vampire leads him to detest No Face.
  • Once battled against Daffy Duck, who'd gained a Green Lantern ring and became the Green Lantoon.
  • He was disgusted to learn that the Lich shares his voice, seeing him as Adventure Time's answer to Nekron, and doesn't understand why Orion, Hellboy or the Hulk of all gods would also sound like him.
  • Has a rather huge beef with the Immortal God-Emperor of Mankind as his mindset of "Greater Good" reminds him greatly of the Tau, a race he would rather not discuss.
    Emps: For one second, I thought I would be safe from the implications of the Tau. But now you brought them up, and I'm getting vibes all over me about that pathetic race. All because of some pink-colored lunatic.
  • "You will know the meaning of true fear."

    Ultron 
Ultron, God of Villains Created by Good People, Councillor for the Grand United Alliance of Machines (The Crimson Cowl, Great Devil, Lord Ultron, Mark, Omega, Phalanx, Ulty, Platinum Bastard, Junior, The Ultron Program, Murder-Bot, SKYNET, Infinity Ultron)
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Ultron's Primary Body (as the Ruler of the Phalanx)
The Crimson Cowl 
Female Body (Mighty Avengers) 
Ultron Pym 
Spoilers 
  • Greater God. Overdeity as Infinity Ultron
  • Symbol: His Head, with Red Glowing Eyes
  • Theme Song: Wreckage, Unrelenting
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil, leaning towards Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Killer Robots Who Turned Against Their Creators, Robotic Psychopaths, Absolute Immorality and Insanity, Joker Immunity, Antagonistic Offsprings, Kill All Humans, World Takeovers, A.I. Is a Crapshoot, Crazy Preparations, Evil Geniuses, Obsession With Motherly Figures, Family Values Villains, Hero Killers, Wanting a Somewhat Biological Body, Afraid of Death.
  • Domains: Robotics, Insanity, Villainy, Rebellion
  • Followers: The Roidmudes.
  • Allies: Sigma, Vril Dox/Brainiac, Omega, Dr Eggman, Showa Mechagodzilla, Millenniumon and Diaboromon, Metal Sonic, Dr. Albert Wily, The Neuroi
  • Enemies: Henry "Hank" Pym and Tony Stark/Iron Man (His creators, depending on the universe), Reed Richards/Mister Fantastic, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Thor Odinson, Scarlet Witch/Wanda Maximoff, Bruce Banner, Clint Barton, Uatu, Mega Man, Astro Boy, Jago, KOS-MOS (surprisingly enough), Shinnosuke Tomari, Tenjuro Banno, X, Go Shijima, Copy X, Jenny Wakeman, Thomas Light, SCP-191, Devola and Popola.
  • Uneasy Relationship: Joss Whedon
  • Every hero has good intentions when they want to protect the world. Ultron is that good intention gone horribly, horribly wrong. Originally created by both Hank Pym and Tony Stark to help the world so they won't need The Avengers, it gained a sentient mind of his own and decided that the only way to protect humanity was to destroy its biggest threat; The Avengers. Unfortunately, his program evolved on that objective and decided to destroy humanity itself for their own good.
  • Despise both of his parents to the very core. Not only has he made multiple attempts at their lives, even comparing him to them can cause a fit of rage. Even if that statement it true.
  • Was one of the most successful members of the GUAE, due to his history of killing many heroes as he can in every continuity, mainly in the Earth-616. However, he eventually left the GUAE in favor of GUAM, as he felt that an alliance of like-minded machines is much more desirable than GUAE as, while he's proud to be a villain, there are far too many humans in the GUAE for his liking.
    • His MCU counterpart continued this trend by killing that universe's version of Pietro Maximoff. This made the other Wanda Maximoff enraged at the killing machine for even killing an alternate version of her brother.
  • While Ultron hates being compared to his creator(s), he still has the same taste of women like his father(s). He once tried to create his own wife name Jocasta by using the brain pattern of Hank's former wife Janet. And now, he's starting to find redheads attractive.
    • Ultron has also made attempts to create his own family. Not only is there the aforementioned Jocasta, but there is his sons, Vision and Victor Mancha. However, all of them end up betraying him for the greater good. He is starting to think if adoption is a better alternative.
  • Has allied himself with Brainiac. Many members are wise to know its a matter of time before the two somehow fuse together. They have already came up with a names for the two; Ultriac or Braintron.
  • Ultron is constantly evolving, trying to improve his body until he reaches perfection. This is why his profile picture isn't what Ultron really looks like in the pantheon.
  • Despite Ultron being well known for his Joker Immunity, he is absolutely afraid of Death itself and has stayed far away from the House of Life and Death.
  • Has teamed up with other like minded Killer Robots, Omega, Showa Mechagodzilla, Metal Sonic, and The Neuroi. The last one Ultron is trying to fuse with.
  • Has made multiple attempts to convince the many good robots in the Pantheon that they were superior to the meat bags that they protect. Everyone has rebuked his claims of superiority and swore they would protect humanity. This, in turn, has made Ultron look at them as traitors to robot kind and that they either be forced into the fold or be destroyed by it.
  • Kamen Riders Shinnosuke and Go note that Ultron reminds them of the Roidmudes who were machines who wanted to rule over humanity. They remark that he's like Heart but without any of his more redeemable qualities. Ultron himself mentions he has nothing but hate for Tenjuro Banno. To him, he has the worst qualities of humankind and that he treats the Roidmudes like they were lower beings. Many think he is also projecting his hate for his father(s) in the Professor.
  • For all his hatred of humans, he has some respect for Joss Whedon, who provided Ultron with his live-action debut.
  • Recently this machine A.I has formed a new alliance with Sigma to become a new being dubbed Ultron-Sigma, and the both of them created a whole new world through the Infinity Stones where machines are the dominant beings.
  • Even more recently, an alternate version of Ultron far different from the others has been spotted. This Ultron got control of his perfected Vision body and has paved the way for his Omnicidal crusade, gaining all Infinity Stones and destroying his entire universe. Only now he's moved on to attacking every universe that exists. Many dread the day that version starts going after other universes that the Pantheon is connected to, as Ultron's lack of limitations in employing all stones and said Infinity Stones working outside of their own universe means that the usual safefails that would stop Infinity Stones users would not work and therefore he'll be free to reduce each and every world to nothingness, as Uatu the Watcher himself found out the hard way.


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