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This particular Hall stores every inanimate object that somehow lives in existence. If you're here, be mindful of what you're touching.


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Greater Gods

    Polygon Man 
Polygon Man, God of Living Polyhedrons (Polygonal Mastermind)
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Intermediate Gods

    Aku Aku and Uka Uka 
Aku Aku and Uka Uka, Dueling Siblings of Floating Masks (Aku Aku: Aku-Aku, Uka Uka: The Great Uka Uka, Uka-Uka)
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Aku Aku (left) and Uka Uka (right) in Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy
  • Intermediate Gods (both go up a rank when they are Invincible)
  • Symbol: A Box with either the face of Aku Aku or Uka Uka
  • Theme Music
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (Aku Aku) and Chaotic Evil (Uka Uka)
  • Portfolio: Floating Masks, Witch Doctor, Cain and Abel, Expressive Mask
  • Domains: Mask, Magic, Voodoo, Good and Evil
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Majora (to Uka Uka)
  • Enemies: Each other
  • The twin brothers Aku Aku and Uka Uka were once two powerful Witch Doctors whose spirits now reside in masks. Given his younger's brother malicious nature, he sealed Uka Uka in an underground prison in hopes of keeping him at bay. While he ended up befriending Crash Bandicoot. eventually taking care of him and joining him on his adventures, Uka Uka was indeed freed from his prison and decided to enlist the help of Dr. Cortex.
  • Both are opposed to the idea of sharing house and originally only Aku Aku was the one considered for ascension, but he preferred to have his brother around him in case he decided to wreak havoc when he was absent. Though most of the time they are very civil with each other and try to keep conversations between them as short as possible.
  • Given that they were Witch Doctors in the past, it's no surprise that Aku Aku made friends with Voodoo, Vol'jin and Nazeebo, who are also witch doctors. Uka Uka only found Dr. Facilier on his side, but even then the Shadow Man is terrified of Uka Uka given that he doesn't have fond memories about Floating Masks, but the more he obeys the mask the better.
  • They have the power to turn anyone invincible for a very short time, which the GUAG AND GUAE found useful. But Aku Aku prefers that his power isn't weaponized at all and tries his best in stopping his brother from doing the same. Fortunately, Uka Uka isn't someone to keen on taking orders from anyone, so for now he refuses to be the tool of someone.
  • To their surprise, they weren't the only magical masks that wandered the halls of the pantheon and they learned about the existance of majora. While Aku Aku is indeed horrified that such creature could even exist, Uka Uka on his part says that conquering or destroying the earth is his job and won't allow Majora to take all the credit.
  • Aku Aku became good friends with Hata No Kokoro after learning that she collects mask and she is quite impressed by him. She once decide to use him just to mess with Reimu, prompting Crash to chase after her.
  • Both once decided to settle their differences by making some of his friends and minions duke it out in a series of minigames. While the stopped doing that, sometimes they would use Mario Land when they decide to compete against each other.
  • Aku Aku has been fighting evil for many centuries and considers his duty to defend earth from evil. Given his connections to nature he is in very good terms with the House of Nature and can often be seen there with Crash.
    • Given his ties to the jungles, Aku Aku is not very fond of Mordremoth and for a very good reason. However, he has been careful about dealing with said dragon without proper aid.
  • Uka Uka is known for having a very deep and threatening voice, which has cemented his status as a villain. This has made him buddies with The Kurgan, who in a surprising turn of events also sounds like him.
  • People have tried to guess what does Aku Aku say when he is summoned. The most common answer would be "Ooga Booga!".
  • Courage is very scared of Uka Uka given his bad experiences with scary masks thanks to Eustace. Uka Uka would often mess with the poor dog by jumpscaring him.
  • Samurai Jack initially though that Aku Aku was just another avatar of his archenemy Aku and immediately set out to destroy the mask. However, Aku Aku was able to explain that he was in no way related to Aku and he actually reminds him a lot of his brother.
  • Sometimes they can't be seen looking rather differently than usual, prompting many to believe that they are actually two unrelated masks. Some may even joke that this Uka Uka lost weight.
  • If Uka Uka saw Spyro as a formidable enemy before, in the aftermath of the dragon's and Crash's one-on-one which ended in the obliteration of the mask's brother and the bandicoot, Uka Uka now fears him a bit more.
  • Aku Aku was overjoyed when he discovered that the House of Food serves boneless pizza.
  • Can also be found in the House of Headwear.

    Alphonse Elric 
Alphonse "Al" Elric, God of Living Suits of Armor (NOT the Fullmetal Alchemist)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The blood seal on the inside of his neck
  • Theme Music: Hologram by NICO Touches The Walls, Trisha's Lullaby
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Living armors, being the calmer of two brothers, being rather fast for his size, being cute and able to fight for himself, having a smaller older brother, possessing love for felines.
  • Domains: Family, Alchemy, Combat
  • Heralds: Zampano and Jerso (his chimeric companions)
  • High Priest: Modeus
  • Teachers: Izumi Curtis
  • Followers: The Exalted, SCP-912
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Shou Tucker, Dante of the Deep Forest, Father Homunculus, Führer King Bradley, Lust, Pride, Gluttony, Nox, Albert Wesker, Relius Clover, Mordekaiser, Mard Geer Tartaros, SCP-542
  • Opposes: Nyarlathotep (Cthulhu Mythos), Wiz and Boomstick
  • Alphonse Elric has endured tragedy almost from the very beginning of his life. His father walked out on the family, his mother died of an illness, he and his brother Edward went out of their way to learn alchemy from a stern housewife, they tried using that alchemy to resurrect said mom with ingredients that together make up a human body... and ended up losing Ed's arm and leg and Al's whole body to The Truth for their troubles. Al's soul would've gone too, except Ed drew a seal in his own blood within a suit of vintage armor which once belonged to their father to keep the younger Elric brother around. Then they became part of the Amestris state military, with Ed as the official State Alchemist codenamed Fullmetal and Al as the unofficial sidekick/proof of Ed's skill... and proceeded to go through the death of at least one comrade and then learn the horrible truth about an Ancient Conspiracy and how all the above events were connected.
  • Inevitably, though, the Elrics and their friends both in and out of the military were able to defeat the masters of the conspiracy; the Homunculus from the Gate who called himself Father along with the "children" of his seven sins, as well as the many sellouts of Central Command. He ended up giving himself up to the Truth to give Ed his arm (and peak conditioning) back during the final fight against Father, being one of two key assists to help Ed finish Father off and getting his original body back (albeit largely emaciated) in exchange for Ed's alchemy. Even though his normal body has been fed back to health and he has a great reluctance of ever returning to a non-corporeal state, he was given the remnants of a Philosopher's Stone in order to shift his soul into his armor using an alchemical technique he learned in another timeline. This allows him to use his armor to fight in situations where his normal body would be too risky to use, as well as to fit his title and secure his place in the Pantheon.
  • He often spends time with his brother, either training together in hand-to-hand combat or studying alchemy. He often does this without his armor since this causes newcommers to mistake Alphonse as the Fullmetal Alchemist, something that has a tendency to aggravate Edward. Many note that his outwardly sunny attitude contrasts with his brother's tough-guy disposition; while Ed usually inspires with his actions and ends up in vitriolic friendships, Al is better at motivating and convincing people of their worth through words alone. For example, he's the only one outside of Greed, the one good homunculus, to get human chimera soldiers to voluntarily join his side, simply by convincing them that they were still human despite the experimentation. Androids 17 and 18 like him for this reason.
  • When they first met, Greed wanted to learn how to become immortal through soul-bonding like Al's case with his armor. This pissed Ed off since he knew Al was emotionally troubled about his inability to feel things as a disembodied soul, and immortality that can be undone with damage to a blood-drawn design isn't exactly solid to begin with. Since entering the Pantheon, Greed is immortal without such a cheap method as the armor. Unlike Ed, Al doesn't tend to pick on him about that as much.
  • Whenever he visits the House of Beasts, cats have a tendency to mysteriously disappear after he has spent time there alone, especially in his armor form. Other cat owners are also extra wary when Al enters their residing House. That said, the cats usually turn up where they were supposed to be later on when he realizes they're safe. He was just trying to protect them. He and Sakaki have bonded over their common love of cats. Also manages to naturally get along with Beerus for this reason, though the God of Destruction is quick to demonstrate his power so Al realizes who should be protecting whom. More generally speaking he's also befriended Android 16 due to being a kind-hearted non-organic giant who considers life precious, "the non-organic giant" being specific to his armor-soul state.
  • Al has the ability to capture and restore the souls of those killed by blunt force trauma to the head... provided it happens right in front of him so they don't get to fly away before he catches them. On a far grimmer note, he was left absolutely mortified after seeing a video that basically told him that the human transmutation recipe he and Ed used in an attempt to revive their mother was completely wrong to begin with and had nothing to do with the soul.
  • Eventually Ajani Goldmane ascended to the Pantheon and noticed that Alphonse was having trouble with the Philosopher's Stone, which was running out of soul energy despite how careful he was with it, so he worked within Truth's realm to empower Alphonse with the ability to shift his soul through his body and the armor without the stone. Al later found that he could go so far as to bind only part of his soul to the armor, much like his other self had been able to do; this meant that Ajani had simply replicated the effects of how multiple transfers had made his soul "unstable" and thus more malleable in the other timeline.
  • Gets along really well with Avatar Aang due to their similar friendly attitudes and refusal to casually take or abuse life. Also likes Korra, Aang's successor, though he does find himself breaking up an argument between her and Ed at times since they're both tough-minded and headstrong. Between this and how similar the Avatars' past life connection is to the walking Philosopher's Stones, he thinks Korra would get along really well with his father.
    • The first time he met Aang and company was when he and Katara arrived at the same time to interrupt a fight between Aang and his brother, calming down the former just after he'd entered the Avatar State. They later saw footage of that fight recreated by Wiz and Boomstick with the edited conclusion of Aang killing Edward, which wasn't even what Aang had intended to do but still left them all horrified. Needless to say, Al does not have a glowing opinion of Death Battle.
  • Has loved stew ever since he could remember. Seriously. Even back when he was a kid before losing his body, whenever he was told stew was waiting for him at home he would shout an enthusiastic "FUCK YEAH!"
  • Alphonse and his big brother gleefully celebrated when Winry ascended into the Pantheon, tackling her to the ground in a hug much like she tackled them when she first saw them after the Promised Day with Al's body and Ed's right arm back. Sometime afterward, the three attended a party to celebrate Korra's then-new seat in the House of Emotion, bringing in the boys' father as well. During this party, Kirie Sakurame noticed that Touta Konoe's temple now being his own as well as the new entries of both Winry and Korra's mentor Tenzin were also worthy of celebrating. Alphonse decided to use his alchemy to add them to the congratulations banner hanging over the room. This earned them the thanks of Lin Beifong.
    • Ed and Al stayed behind after the party along with Greed and Korra's inner circle in order to compare histories, especially since Greed was becoming attached to Beifong as a suitor and ally. The meeting went well, all things considered, with the Elrics particularly helping clear some things up about Father, the Homunculi, and even Greed himself, assuaging the Krew's concerns on several occasions. Out of Korra's (and Greed's) friends, the brothers have Lin's highest respect.
  • Dante, another leader to the Homunculi, has finally ascended to the Pantheon. This is much to Al's displeasure, as he finds her far more personally despicable for her methods and motives regarding Philosopher's Stones and Homunculi than even Father.
  • Alphonse was overjoyed to meet Hughes in his return, though he did so in his human body in order to surprise Hughes with the news. Conversely, when Hughes finally realized it was Al he was talking to, he too was over the moon with happiness that Alphonse was able to get his body back. Winry later took Ed and Al to meet up with Hughes and his family, who were now the heralds at his temple, so the Hughes family could try out Winry's apple pie. It was slightly different from Gracia's, but everyone agreed that it was delicious.

    Fiddlesticks 
Fiddlesticks, God of Evil Scarecrows (The Ancient Fear, The Harbinger of Doom)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His scythe and a crow
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Pants-Shitting Scarecrows, Eldritch Abomination, Glowing Eyes of Doom, Bad Guys Using Dark Powers, Evil Laugh, Drain, CAWCAWCAWCAWCAW
  • Domains: Fear, Crows, Scarecrows, interpCAWCAWCAWCAW.
  • Allies: Thaal Sinestro, Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow, the Nameless God
  • Rivals: Defenders of the Ancients (Radiants and Dires)
  • Enemies: Jack Skellington, the Scarecrow (The Oz Gang), Barbara Gordon/Batgirl, Morgana (the Phantom Thieves), Yousuke Otoha/Karas, Kosmo and Nova
  • Feared by: Yotsuba Koiwai, the Murkrow Flock
  • Fiddlestick's first appearance in the pantheon caused all crows in the House of Beasts to flock towards the temple of As Nodt. As Nodt was later found torn to shreds. This act resulted in the House of Justice to reevaluate As Nodt's position as the despotic god of fear. The Judge ruled that As Nodt's ascension was only due to supposedly killing Byakuya Kuchiki and not much else. As Nodt was then removed from the Pantheon.
    • Fiddlesticks originally attempted to take over as a God of Fear, giving an extensive list of those he had caused fear in, but Sinestro already had the position. He was instead given the title of God of Evil Scarecrows after the currently non-ascended Jericho Swain stated "Think logically for one secCAWCAWCAWCAWCAW". This was attested by the already ascended Darius and Draven, both having served under Swain at a time, claiming that it's Fiddlesticks' fault.
  • After ascending, Fiddlesticks was given an invitation to join The Sinestro Corps, to which Fiddlesticks accepted for currently unknown reasons. Although Sinestro himself is more than wise to prepare himself against possible backstabbing events, unlike that poor schmuck who summoned Fiddlesticks to Runeterra.
    • Fiddlestick is not happy with the addition of As Nodt to the Sinestro Corps, but Sinestro has managed to keep him in line. While he has promised not to rip As Nodt to pieces a second time, this does not exclude him from fearing and draining the former god...
  • While most gods are wary around Fiddlesticks, Jack Skellington appreciates his talents in scaring, and is in fact trying to find ways to incorporate his crows into Halloween festivities.
  • Is rumored to perform surprise parties, substituting his crows for balloon animals. Admittedly, what was missing is for him to conjure a Scary Black Man voice and then saying, "Surprise, motherfucker!"
  • It is not entirely sure what it is that people see when he casts his potent Terrify spell. Though there is a famous theory...
  • One day as Fiddlesticks wandered about he was seen to suddenly stop. For a long moment the scarecrow stood still, then violently twisted and jerked one way and another before Fiddlesticks finally collapsed, having torn his own body to pieces. A mass of black and red light flew from the remains overhead and out into a storage shed. A horrible cacophony of noise rang out from inside until a twisted thing of cloth and metal burst out, a murder of crows flying overhead.
  • After the startling transformation, many with the mind to began digging into history to find out what happened. They discovered that Fiddlesticks was far older than anyone realized. No mere scarecrow, it is an ancient demon, older than any of its like, and has been killing all across history to feed on the fear of its victims.
  • Having shed its old body, Fiddlesticks has to relearn how to vocalize in its new shell. Thus far, its crude, horrid voice has only mimicked other people speaking. Almost always, Fiddlesticks repeats the last words of its victims.

    Grimoire Weiss 
Grimoire Weiss, God of Flying Books (Shiro, Hon Shiro)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His front cover
  • Alignment: True Neutral -> Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Flying Book, Sealed Verses, Exposition Fairy, Power Floats, Sounds Like Either A Grumpy Old Man or A Stuffy Brit, Awesome Ego, Insufferable Genius, Large Ham, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Only Known by Their Nickname, Noble Male To Father Nier's Roguish Male, Snarky Non-Human Sidekick, Unusually Uninteresting Sight, Amnesiac Dissonance, Heroic Sacrifice
  • Domains: Books, Black Magic, Knowledge
  • Allies: Nier, Meteora Osterreich, Deckard Cain
  • Enemies: Nier's enemies mainly Devola and Popola.
  • Annoyed With: Navi, Fi
  • As soon as Nier as made it to the Pantheon, work was done to ascend Grimoire Weiss as well, the only one who can join him in the Pantheon without nullifying the sacrifice he made. Given the nature of what he is, it was decided that he take Flying Books, as there are literally no other contenders for it. And thankfully, due to how the Pantheon works, he no longer needs Grimoire Noir to exist to survive.
  • Grimoire Weiss is the source of Nier's magic, the Sealed Verses, and the one actually flinging the spells; Nier just directs them, though it can be assumed that Weiss can do it on his own.
  • Isn't treated with any more intrigue in the Pantheon any more than in the mortal realm. In the former case though, it's because there are much stranger things than a talking magical book like him.
  • A thousand years before Nier found him, Weiss was a nameless young man recruited by the Hamelin Organisation to fight the Legion. He was given medicine to withstand being turned, but it didn't make him immune to being infected with WCS, it just delayed the symptoms. After he was captured and imprisoned in a room with twelve other people, he had to watch how his childhood friend was killed and sucked into a book. The killer then disappeared too, and finally Weiss himself succumbed to the Gestalt process and his soul was sealed. From then on, he was only known as Grimoire Weiss.
  • Grimore Weiss took offense with the "twins" coming to meet him after what happened the last time they crossed paths, which left everyone in a worse place off than before. They vowed that in the Pantheon nothing like that will happen again, but it took Nier of all people to come to Devola and Popola's defense for his magical book companion to accept that.
    Weiss: They are now yesterday's news I suppose. Well, the twins should be able to provide the gods with some lovely music at least.
  • Like with Neir, Weiss is notified of the fate of the Earth they left behind; humanity has gone extinct due to Nier's actions, Emil got in war with aliens, androids went to war with their machines, they founded YoRHa, and a summary of the events of NieR: Automata was provided as well.
  • Gets along well with Meteora Osterreich and Deckard Cain as the three serve as providers of exposition to their allies, though like everybody else Weiss wouldn't stay for Deckard's stories for long.
    • As for Navi and Fi, Weiss finds them very annoying for traveler's companions, though he's a lot more forgiving towards the latter since she has improved herself lately.

    Nestene Consciousness and Autons 
The Nestene Consciousness and The Autons, Divine Collective Of Murderous Mannequins (The Nestenes, Crown Consciousness, Mother Consciousness)
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Top: The Nestene Consciousness, Bottom: Autons derived from shopping mall dummies.
  • Intermediate Deity (Nestene Consciousness), Lesser Deities (the Autons)
  • Symbol: A radio next to a mannequin
  • Theme Song: Auton Invasion
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (the Nestene Consciousness; the Autons tend to be whatever the Consciousness wants)
  • Portfolio
  • Domains: Invasions, Plastic, Radio Control, Aliens, Automata
  • Followers: Doll Woman
  • Interested in: Metal Sonic
  • Interests: Slappy the Dummy, Charles Lee Ray/Chucky
  • Allies: The Master (UNIT Years incarnation), Shub-Niggurath (its parent), General Grievous, The Vahki, Hexxus, Ares (Next Gen)
  • "Business partners": The Factory, Conal Cochran
  • Rivals: SKYNET, Teridax, Victor Von Doom, the Pod People, The Shroobs
  • Enemies
  • Opposes: the Martians (Mars Attacks)
  • Opposed by: The House of Commerce
  • Feared By: Emmet Brickowski, The Toys Of Toy Story
  • Said to be spawned by Shub-Niggurath, the ancient and primordial Nestene Consciousness has a special power in being able to impose its Hive Mind will onto plastic. Be it mannequins, toys, or breast implants, whatever that was plastic had not become living, but malevolent and hostile. Mannequins especially served as its foot soldiers and automata known as the Autons. Their first invasion of Earth came at the hands of The Master, and later on tried to hijack the London Eye for their efforts. In other time(line?) they worked with other rival powers to trick the Doctor into a cage, reviving his companion Rory as a Manchurian Agent. He's human again, in case you're wondering.
  • As a Hive Mind, while the Autons are capable of being sentient to a degree they are largely an extension of the Eldritch Abomination known as the Nestene Consciousness. Having remembered being used by them Rory wasn't at all happy when after being ascended the Nestene Consciousness was eventually granted its request to bring the Autons. However the Hive Mind is more concerned with thwarting the Doctor for being the most consistent thorn on its side, along with the leaders of Dalek and Time Lord society because their Last Great Time War destroyed its protein planets and led it to re-invade the Earth. Having worked with them before it and the Master had decided neither had outlived each other's usefulness like they thought and they teamed up once more...well, the incarnation that fought UNIT at least. The other Masters don't care.
  • Initially they send plastic meteors to planets in order to set up invasion. Being composed of plastic, the Autons have nothing to fear from the the Facehuggers and Xenomorphs, besides the possibility of "stepping on each other's toes". Rather than the House of Extraterrestrials like you'd expect, the Autons consider the House of Machinery and Technology as a second home as it is closer to what they are. The collective has shown some interest in Metal Sonic due to how effective a replica of an organic being he is, however Metal doesn't give a damn about whatever they're doing unless it gets in the way of his feud with Sonic.
  • The Grand United Alliance of Machines has considered courting the approval of the Nestene Consciousness as while it is an Eldritch Abomination, the Autons are a type of robot and not one they see that often. While not at odds or anything, the Nestenes remains decidedly neutral in how they feel about the GUAM. For now they are studying more of the House of Machinery and Technology so as to learn more of other machines. Ares came to the Auton army with an open hand as he allegedly claims to want to make a world without conflict, and the single-minded Autons come off as a good way to achieve it. He also has experience making an imposter, having made a puppet of his creator Justin Pin.
  • Among other alien invaders, they see the Shroobs as a notable rival to gaining power, and the fact they have no plastic or mannequins to exploit furthers that fact. They don't hold much respect for the Martians from Mars Attacks! however, considering them childish and too Laughably Evil when they should get to the point. The Doctor chided them for this as Autons usually just smash any person they see in sight. Their ascension had the Visitors wonder if they would try to take control of the plastic in buttplugs, only for the Nestene Consciousness to yell "NO!" and reply that putting satellites in people's anuses has dirtied their mind.
  • The collective noticed that another alien race, the Pod People, also like to use duplicates for the purpose of replacement and infiltration. The Pod People believe they are superior in the field of replacement and infiltration, since they do not "smash and grab" like the Autons and their duplicates are biological and thus less lkely to make people suspicious. The Autons countered by saying they have the advantage in sheer utility. Dr Eggman and Wily publically claimed that the Autons were better, but chose to admit why: they have privately suggested to one another they shoudl to try to take control of the Nestene Consciousness. Not only can they hijack and control plastic items through use of the Nestene Consciousness should they subvert its will, but they were interested in the potential a robot made of plastic would have in their world domination schemes.
  • Emmet Brickowski and the Toys, as they're made of plastic, fear the Nestene Consciousness immensely and remain a very far distance from it at all times. The collective's ascension led to some paranoia in the House of Costumes because many of the plastic dummies there were turned into Autons and caused a rampage. Until a signal jammer was developed and anti-plastic vials were left as an emergency measure, the House had to use wooden and other non-plastic dummies. When the aglets of shoes there were given life to cause a nuisance, the Question screamed out "I knew it!" and the Nestenes' ambition only added to his conspiracy theories.
  • As the Nestene Consciousness can make anything plastic bend to its will, and mannequins are just its prefered Auton choice, their invasion is considered bad for the House of Commerce due to how ubiquitous plastic products are. As the SCP Foundation is about containing and hiding the anomalous, they have made a new division specifically to deal with anomalous plastics and counter-act the Nestenes' will along with capturing the Consciousness. The Auton army sought to deal with their interference, and they eventually found a begrudging business partner in the Factory because they've made a couple useful SCPs for their cause: SCP-528 (basically voodoo dolls mixed with silly putty) and SCP-1096 (silicon breast implants that can convert the rest of the body to plastic).
  • General Grievous, who in one of his backstories joined the Separatists out of desperation for his planet's survival, offered the Nestene Consciousness a rare show of sympathy when he learned that the Nestenes' planet was ravaged in the Time War. That said, his new background lacks that background or his old sympathetic traits, however he still recognizes how useful the Auton drones are. And as the Hive Mind extends to plastic, not metal, the droids he uses can count themselves safe from "internal affairs". Boba wasn't at all pleased by this as the Consciousness reminds him of the Sarlacc and he hopes to avoid it as much as possible.
  • The Nestene Consciousness has shown interest in having the Vahki join forces with it, taking them for being mindless Mooks that he can control in a similar way to the Autons. Teridax is keeping an eye on the Nestene as a result of this, and is ready as ever to go to extreme lengths to prevent this from happening. It has also desired to beat SKYNET's reputation in being a Robot Master and match its Terminators with Auton Terminators. The Master Computer admits it hasn't put much thought against an alien interloper, but it isn't impressed with robots made of plastic. The response it was given was "yes, but they're also a lot more loyal to me".
  • They like the Earth because of the smoke, oil toxins and dioxins to feed off. As such, they struck a mutually beneficial deal with Hexxus: Hexxus would increase pollution based off hydrocarbons and dirty plastic production, so long as they can have an equal amount of "food" from it. You can guess how Captain Planet took this. Auton duplicates of the Planeteers are currently being produced to finagle their plans. Their attempts to get a corporate ally wasn't as eventful as even ruthless businessmen don't trust the Nestene Consciousness to be anywhere near their products. The exception was Conal Cochran, who got into the pantheon in the first place with how his consumer products have a lethality to them and for the time being will work with the plastic menace for his worship of Samhain.
  • Some Autons are so life-like that they can not look just like a person, they fully believe their own cover story until the Nestene Consciousness takes direct control of them. River once dated an Auton with swappable heads, which kept things fresh, so they can probably be anatomically correct. One wonders if the Doombots follow similar design principles to these advanced Autons if they can be mistaken for the real deal. Doom naturally wants to gain the power of the Nestene Consciousness so he can have his own little army of Autons. The Nestene Consciousness was interested in Doom's ambition, and more importantly his Doombots as it could get a lot out of applying their technology to some of its Autons.
  • The ability to impersonate people is why the Autonsnote  plot in the Disguises and Impostors and Impersonations Halls. The former holds another Whovian group, the Weeping Angels, however as mannequins don't really have a life force there's an agreement "stay out of my way and I'll stay out of yours" between the two. Unsurprisingly the Among Us crew don't like this, while the Imposter is too concerned fitting in to give a different opinion. Slappy the Dummy and Chucky were amused by all of this, since they think they can exploit the Nestenes' ambition for whatever their current plans are. The Nestene Consciousness simply ignores them, but it did think they should try bringing more toys to life.
  • As strong as the Autons are, they are still made of plastic and thus vulnerable to samples of anti-plastic. It didn't take much from Rose and the 9th Doctor to take out the Nestene Consciousness. However it may have escaped by merging with someone in Westminster. That someone may be the future prime minister Boris Johnson, making him yet another British PM who turned out to be an alien. The Master feels he should sue him for the idea. The Autons found another vulnerability, if a psychic one; the time they exploited Marvin the Paranoid Android's status as "your plastic pal who's fun to be with" to control him and access his intelligence. The efforts led them to a taste of his depression which left the Consciousness reeling in ennui.
  • It is unknown if an Auton would be petrified if it and Medusa saw eye-to-eye, seeing as how they're inorganic. As being stone would cut off their connection to the Nestene Consciousness, its better for them they keep their distance. They are immune to Ghatanothoa as plastic can't be mummified, and even in a more organic form the Nestene Consciousness is enough of an Eldritch Abomination to not be disrupted by the Great Old One. Being plastic, Autons have a resistance to the Hall of Electricity as well, though it's uncommon for them to get involved with the Hall.

Lesser Gods

    BMO 
BMO, Deity of Living Appliance Sidekicks (Beemo, Professor Pants, Be More, The King of Ooo)
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  • Lesser Deity
  • Symbol: BMO's face
  • Theme Music: Time Adventure
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Ambiguous Gender, Cloud Cuckoolander, Do-Anything Robot, Talking Appliance Sidekick, highly imaginative, Cute Machines, living game system, Breakout Character, Future Badass
  • Domains: Gaming, Friends, Fun
  • Herald: NEPTR, Moe (their creator)
  • Allies: Finn, Jake, Fionna and Cake, Lady Rainicorn, Princess Bubblegum, The Ice King (sometimes), Marceline, Mordecai and Rigby, all good-aligned deities in the House of Gaming, Canti, SCP-191, Pinocchio, Dipper and Mabel Pines, Kenshiro, Astro Boy, Mega Man, Roll
  • Enemies: The Lich, GOLB, .GIFfanny, Ultron
  • Opposes: Bender
  • Opposed by: Most video game mooks
  • BMO is one of the many creations of the brilliant robotics engineer Moesph "Moe" Maestro Giovanni. Being created to be a companion for the son he wound up never having, BMO was made with the ability to play and have fun, to Be More than just a machine. BMO now lives with Finn and Jake, who more or less treats them like apart of their family.
  • BMO's ascension came after their ultimate adventure, in which they lead the citizens of Ooo in a harmonious song that was instrumental in defeating GOLB and would go on to become "The King of Ooo" in the distant future, making them perhaps one of the most effective Talking Appliance Sidekicks to ever enter the Pantheon. Naturally, Finn and Jake were the happiest to hear that BMO ascended, given that they're practically family. They immediately embraced the game console and showed them around the Pantheon. BMO often hosts game nights where they create custom games for Finn and Jake, as well as for many of the gaming inclined deities that are interested in playing a living video game system.
  • Despite their mechanical exterior, BMO insists that they're a real child. As such, they've formed a close bond with the likes of fellow aspiring/actual real boy Pinocchio. That said, this lead to them learning of Ultron, who was disgusted by how he perverted Pinocchio's signature song.
  • They've also managed to befriend similarly cheerful, childlike robots such as Astro Boy, Mega Man, and Roll. Although, not every Ridiculously Human Robot they've encountered have been as pleasant as them. BMO views Bender in particular as a "bad robot boy", with his self-centered behavior reminding them too much of their evil brother, AMO.
  • When alone, BMO looks at a mirror and starts talking to their reflection as if it were a real person (which it very well could be). When asked about this, BMO explained that they were teaching Football (their reflection) how to be a real child. Despite concern from some, Finn and Jake reassures everyone that it's just BMO being BMO and that they have nothing to worry about.
  • The gender of BMO has been a subject of debate for more than a few residents of the Pantheon, given that BMO has No Biological Sex and is referred to by both male and female pronouns by Finn and Jake. BMO doesn't seem remotely concerned with the matter, stating that "BMO is...BMO". That said, they'll gladly "BMO chop" anyone who calls them an it.
  • When Fionna and Cake first arrived to the Pantheon, BMO was the only familiar sight they came across, as their world's counterpart wasn't genderbent due to BMO having No Biological Sex. While BMO had no clue as to who they were when they greeted them, that didn't stop them from joyfully playing with "Girl Finn" and "Cat Jake".
  • BMO is not only a video game system, but also a prison for the Mooks from said games. This has lead to every video game mook in the Pantheon, particularly those in the the Hall of Enemies, to be at odds with BMO; although they mostly keep their distance, lest BMO manage to somehow trap any of them in one of the system's games.
  • BMO managed to gain the attention of Dipper and Mabel Pines; both of whom were initially apprehensive towards them due to their experience with .GIFfanny; although it wouldn't take long for them to become endeared by the game system. Mabel in particular regularly gushes about how cute BMO is and how much they remind her of her friend, Candy. Speaking of .GIFfanny, given her violent tendencies, as well as her ability to take over other electrical appliances BMO makes it a point to avoid her like the plague.
  • Is interested in Kenshiro, due to his ability to kill a man in one strike. Considering that BMO learned a similar (far less gory) move from a karate magazine, BMO was eager for a chance to watch Kenshiro's signature move in action. While Kenshiro politely decline BMO's inquiry, he was still amused by the gaming system's curiosity.

    Cappy 
Cappy, God of Living Hats (The Mind Flayer, Crappy)
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Cappy in his true form (above) and as Mario's hat (below)
  • Lesser God, but can possess more powerful deities if they're small enough.
  • Symbol: Himself as Mario's Cap. Alternatively, a Bonneton coin or the Odyssey.
  • Theme Song: Bonneton
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Has The Ability To Capture Others, Bizarre Spirits, Entirely Benevolent Nonetheless, Badass Adorable, Living Weapon, Exposition Fairy, Can Shift Into Other Hats, Retains His Eyes When Shapeshifting
  • Domains: Hats, Ghosts, Possessing, Shapeshifting
  • Herald: Tiara (his sister).
  • Allies: Mario, Princess Peach, Luigi, Aku Aku, Kirby, Casper, Danny Phantom, Hat Kid, Dr. Fate, Fi, Abe, Anna, Elsa
  • Enemies: Bowser, Majora, Uka Uka, Dante, The Mage Of The Beginning, The Dark Matter Horde
  • Avoids: The Mann Co. Mercenaries, The Murkrows
  • Mario's Odyssey, a trip taken during a particularly ambitious scheme of Bowser's to finally marry Princess Peach, took him to many lands that haven't been touched by the plumber before, from prehistoric lands and thriving metropolises, to food-filled volcanoes and underwater civilizations. Mario wasn't alone, however: accompanying him was Cappy, a resident of Bonneton, which is a land inhabited by spirits who looked and can shapeshift into hats. Since his sister was also kidnapped by Bowser to serve as Peach's Tiara for their "wedding", he joined Mario to rescue her, replacing his destroyed hat and giving him the ability to "Capture" others and use their abilities. This powerful was crucial for Mario's adventure, with the two possessing various creatures and critters to beat puzzles and other enemies, even managing to capture Bowser himself to escape his crumbling lair and rescue Peach. After tackling a few other challenges, like locating the rest of the Moons and conquering The Dark Side of the Moon, the two parted ways amicably, both their quests finally completed.
  • Cappy came up to The Pantheon very shortly after the Odyssey, as a request from Mario himself for him to take Living Hat due to his appearance and abilities. After reuniting, the two celebrated by once again going off to save the princess, who was once again kidnapped by Bowser, also bringing his attention to the fact that the hat has returned to The Pantheon. Cappy has since had more adventures with Mario in The Pantheon, mostly whenever he charted off to unfamiliar lands and needed someone to help adapt, as Cappy proved to be immensely useful for that. He also made sure to read up on how The Pantheon worked and its notable locations, just like back in his home realm. Cappy eventually noticed that his database was slightly outdated and sent out a suggestion to update it, as he's had more adventures over the years since he first arrived, a request that needless to say was granted.
  • If anyone's wondering how Cappy's Capture abilities exactly work, here's a quick rundown: all he needs to do in order to Capture someone is be placed on a target's head to posses them, often in the form of someone throwing him at said target. How well he can posses them depends on their height; if they're around Mario size or shorter he can stay on indefinitely, but if they're an especially big or powerful target they'll eventually tire him out and be uncaptured after a short amount of time. By Pantheon standards, pretty much anyone small enough can be captured by Cappy. While this unsettles a fair amount of deities through Implications alone, Cappy is wholly benevolent and has only used his abilities on either non-sapient creatures and objects, or deities that really have it coming, and on the rare occasion he's forced to posses sentient people he keeps it short.
  • Cappy's powers came with both good news and bad news; the good news is that Cappy is far from the only one who can posses others, but the bad news is that most others are often evil folk who use it for their own selfish purposes. Take The Mage of the Beginning for instance, a nihilistic sorceress that wanted to end all human suffering... by destroying the world before the negative emotions do. She possesses anyone that manages to kill her, breaking their wills in the process. Meanwhile, Dante is a vain, manipulative alchemist that steals the bodies of others to keep her self young, having done this thousands of times before being stopped. There are plenty of others with his abilities, but these guys are the ones that Cappy's most against due to them actively harming their hosts, something that Cappy tries to avoid as much as he can. He eventually did find someone with possessive abilities that was also a good guy in the form of Abe, a timid Mudokon that had the ability to mind control others and used it exclusively to fight and ruin the Glukkons operations. Both were glad to find someone with their powerset that wasn't a narcissistic megalomaniac and quickly befriended each other.
  • Cappy also wasn't the only living piece of headwear in the Pantheon either, and this time he was able to make friends with some of them. One time was when he accompanied Mario and Crash Bandicoot on a quest to beat Dr. Neo Cortex, where Cappy discovered that Crash's won headpiece companion, Aku Aku, could "Jack" various monsters and have Crash control them to beat various challenges, just like Cappy's abilities. After they stopped the scientist, Aku Aku admitted that he doesn't use it much do to it being fairly situational, and was impressed with how creative Cappy's own abilities were. Of course, the whole conflict also had Cappy encountering Aku Aku's evil brother Uka Uka, who had the same abilities as him but chose to do evil with them, resulting in a brief monster fight with him which Cappy ended up winning. On the subject of people with sentient headwear, he ended up under the radar of Dr. Fate, a man wearing a helmet housing the strict but benevolent being Nabu. Both of them were interested in his capturing abilities and requested that Cappy shows them some examples, something that the spirit was happy to demonstrate every now and again. That said, he doesn't trust the similarly possessive Terror Mask because of its highly manipulative and crass personality, but while the Mask finds his abilities hilarious he otherwise doesn't care much about how the hat feels.
  • As mentioned before, Cappy comes from Bonneton, better known as the Cap Kingdom, a land filled with other hat-shaped spirits that can also shape-shift into other hats and travel around in airships. Despite the land's gloomy atmosphere it's a perfectly peaceful land with friendly locals. On the subject of his ghost-like appearance there's been some debate if he's a proper ghost or he just looks like one, but generally he tends to be lumped in with other spirits from Mario's world, and he doesn't mind too much as long as they're not too spooky. It did allow him to befriend other, more traditional ghosts, such as when he encountered the friendly spirit Casper, who was thrilled about meeting someone that didn't find him scary for once, which confused Cappy but he was otherwise happy to give the little guy some much needed company. He also befriended crime-fighting half-ghost Danny Phantom, first helping him thwart a gang of thieving ghosts that Cappy happened to stumble upon, and since then has occasionally helped Danny in stopping other ghosts using his capturing skills.
  • Of course, while Cappy's abilities are certainly desirable, some deities are more interested in the fact that he's a living hat that can shape-shift into other hats, and by some we mean the Mann Co. Mercenaries. Notorious for their obsession with cosmetics, especially hats of any kind, the thought of a hat that can become any hat was simply an irresistible opportunity, and so the Mercs have occasionally chased after Cappy to get ahold of his abilities so they can have a hat that can become anything. Cappy naturally didn't want to be kidnapped by a bunch of psychopathic mercenaries and so has to avoid or fight them off, some being more tricky to ward off than others. It was one of these incidents where he was briefly claimed by another hat enthusiast, Hat Kid, who quickly discovered his abilities and used them to fetch some Time Pieces that were missing. After a bit of discussion between the two, Cappy was happy to help her find her stuff as long as she didn't cause too much trouble, which she agreed to. Cappy was glad that she decided to give him back to Mario after she was done, albeit reluctantly as she was growing attached to him.
  • At one point, Cappy was just minding his own business when he stumbled upon some sinister looking deities ganging up on him, seemingly radiating a strange, dark energy. Before Cappy could ask what's happening they charged at him, apparently ready to beat him up. He tried Capturing them so he can fight them off, but for some reason it wasn't working and the beings would just throw him off. Just when it seemed like Cappy was about to be ripped apart, in comes Kirby to fight off the dark figures and save Cappy, revealing that they were Dark Matter possessing random deities. Cappy was glad that Kirby came in to save him and Kirby offered to walk him home, during which they became fast friends afterwards. An interesting thing that Cappy discovered by accident is that his capturing abilities didn't work on Kirby either despite him not being possesed; apparently he was just naturally immune to any type of possession, which intrigued the spirit plenty.
  • During when Bowser briefly broke The Odyssey, forcing Mario and Cappy to search for Power Moons in the Lost Kingdom, Cappy was abducted by a vulture, briefly derailing their quest in favor of Mario saving him. Since then he hasn't had a high opinion of thieving birds, an opinion only enforced by the Murkrow, and ascended gang of avian pokemon obsessed with stealing stuff. Cappy ended up on their radar once, and as soon as he was placed down one of the Murkrow swooped in and stole Cappy, forcing Mario to give chase and eventually rescue his friend from the thieves. This repeated a few more times, with Cappy growing more and more paranoid about encountering them again until they eventually lost interest and found something else to try and steal. Cappy has remained wary of them returning ever since then
  • One incident that happened while Mario was on vacation was Cappy joining Link on an adventure, appropriately to stop the insane mask Majora from destroying the Pantheon. While Majora was a more intense threat than Cappy was used to, he was still dedicated to helping Link stop him and once again proved invaluable to stopping him. This time it wasn't just because of his powers, but also that Cappy was very good at identifying the land and serving as a guide to Link, pointing him to where he needs to go and giving him tips, basically acting like his usual companions who'd do a similar thing. The final battle with Majora was tense, but with Link's skills and Cappy's abilities the two were able to banish its powers once again, with the two leaving on very good terms. That night, he was visited by the spirit of the Master Sword, Fi, and was asked how he knew so much about the Pantheon's landscape. Cappy sheepishly responded with a simple answer: he just read whatever guide he could get his hands on and observed his surroundings. The spirit was impressed nonetheless and thanked Cappy for helping her master before leaving.
  • Cappy is very protective of his little sister Tiara, and will go to any lengths to save her. Considering the crux of his worldwide trip was to save her from the clutches of Bowser, who was planning to use her as a crown for his and Peach's "wedding", it doesn't come as much surprise. As such, he's got a good opinion on those that would risk life and limb to protect their loved ones. Of these, he ended up befriending Princess Anna, who went on an entire quest to save both her sister and Arendelle from being frozen over by her powers and ended up succeeding in doing so, albeit with plenty of road bumps, and admired Cappy's dedication to go on an even longer trip for the sake of his sister. He also visited Elsa on a trip and ended up befriending her as well, feeling bad for the circumstances of her abandoning Arendelle and why she needed to be saved in the first place.

    Goliath 
Goliath, God of Gargoyles
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    The Great Mighty Poo 
The Great Mighty Poo, The Sacrilegious, Sentient, Singing Shitpile
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I am the Great Mighty Poo

and I'm going to throw my shit at you!

A huge supply of tish

come from my chocolate starfish.

How about some scat you little twat?

  • One day, the entire Pantheon was filled with the sound of a beautiful operatic voice harmonizing. The more musically inclined deities went to investigate the source of the music, only to come across a literal mountain of shit. Despite the stench, they ventured inside to find the owner of that voice, only to discover something more shocking: the source of that singing was none other than a giant, living pile of shit with sweet corn for teeth; better known as the Great Mighty Poo.
    • Seeing that he managed to attract an audience, the Great Mighty Poo proceeded to perform his infamous song for what he presumed to be eager fans. Unfortunately, his "fans" left the scene utterly disgusted before he even finished the first verse.
    • Insulted by this reaction, he attempted to go to the House of Musicality to show those philistines firsthand what real music was, only to discover that he was banned from that house for... well obvious reasons. Ever since then, he's resented the more successful singers and musicians in the Pantheon, believing that he deserves the attention they get.
  • Was absolutely infuriated to hear that Conker was also in the Pantheon. While the Great Mighty Poo swears to get revenge on Conker for flushing him, Conker honestly couldn't care less about him. While he's annoyed to see the Great Mighty Poo again, Conker would rather not relive one of the most unpleasant parts of his hellish misadventure.
  • Being a fellow Rare villain, he's attempted to forge an alliance with the likes of King K. Rool. However, due to his unbearable stench, the alliance is tenuous at best, with King K. Rool rarely meeting the singing pile of poo face to face. Regardless, this move would see him gain enemies in the Kong Family.
  • When word got out that a singing poop had ascended into the Pantheon, Kyle immediately thought they were referring to Mr. Hankey (who hopefully recovered from his public meltdown). He was understandably disappointed when he was greeted by the Great Mighty Poo. The rest of the boys were simply unimpressed by him, with Cartman heckling him about singing something as lame as opera. The sentient shitpile responded by assaulting the boys with balls of poo.
    • Similarly, the Anarchy sisters were completely unphased by the news that a sentient pile of shit was on the loose in the Pantheon, seeing that it wasn't anything unusual compared to the craziness they deal with on a regular basis (which apparently included a different sentient pile of crap). It wasn't until he decided to rehearse near Panty's temple late at night (while the two were doing ungodly things with Kyu Sugardust) that they decided to kick the literal crap out of him. Surprisingly, the Great Mighty Poo took more issue with Panty comparing his singing to the sound of "a drunk humpback whale fucking a garbage truck".
  • Due to being a huge piece of crap (in more ways than one), very few deities are willing to even be in the same vicinity as him. The Numemon and Sukamon lines seem to be the only ones that don't seem to mind him, if only because of their affinity for dung. While the Great Mighty Poo would prefer more civilized company, he's glad that there's at least someone who appreciates his clagginess. This alliance fell apart however, when they learned that the Great Mighty Poo was plotting against their leader, KingSukamon, in an attempt to take over Numemon and Sukamon lines to get revenge on Conker. They are no longer friends.
  • NintendoCapriSun of the Runaway Guys was probably the only deity that was ecstatic to see The Great Mighty Poo ascend, namely due to his of his perchance for Toilet Humor and how much fun he had with his boss fight.
  • Erik was more than a little bit pissed to learn that a sentient pile of poop was now the closest thing he had to an operatic rival. While the Great Mighty Poo was eager to prove himself to be the superior opera singer, Erik wants absolutely nothing to do with him.
  • When the poo attempted another attack on the House of Musicality, the gods had the foresight to have George Beard and Harold Hutchins summon Captain Underpants, knowing that he's one of the few deities that would be willing to take on something as gross as him. George and Harold were glad to help (of course, after they laughed their butts off). The Great Mighty Poo, meanwhile, didn't take kindly to these children laughing at his bab. He very well would have crushed the two if not for Captain Underpants arriving in the nick of time to take down the sentient shitpile. Ever since that humiliating defeat, he's sworn vengeance against the good captain.
  • Howard and Kreese quite enjoy the Great Might Poo's performances. While Kreese generally finds opera to be painfully boring, he and his co-commentator are willing to make an exception here solely because it's coming from a giant pile of shit.
    Kreese: This guy makes up for the massive disappointment that is the MadWorld soundtrack.
    Howard: It's a shame the House of Musicality can't appreciate actual talent.
    Kreese: Well of course you'd say that. We're up here in a booth.
  • While the Great Mighty Poo appreciates the works of Mozart, the musical composer is completely put off by him. Even though he does appreciate Toilet Humor, even Mozart has to draw the line at a singing pile of poo, much to the poo's dismay.
  • Surprisingly, he's gained the appreciation of Nekomaru Nidai. Being one to appreciate a good shit, he's gained their admiration... to an extent. Rather, that admiration is more towards whoever was able to make such a massive shit rather than the shitpile himself.
  • Out of all of the deities in the Pantheon, Nero, in her infinite egotism, is the only one that seems to see him as a musical rival; a sentiment that the Great Mighty Poo shares. The rivalry eventually got to a point where the two held separate concerts in their respective temples to see who would gather the greatest crowd. Unsurprisingly, no one showed up to either concert; with the gods being well-aware of Nero's dreadful singing, as well as her habit of keeping her audience captive, and not wanting to go near the mountain of shit that the Great Mighty Poo resides in. As of now, the odd rivalry is still unresolved.

    The Killer Tomatoes 
The Killer Tomatoes, Unholy Collective of Anthropomorphic Food
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Some Killer Tomatoes
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: Themselves
  • Theme Music: Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, Return of the Killer Tomatoes / Tomato Plot / Finletter Back in Action
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Attack of the Killer Whatever, Our Monsters Are Weird, Horror Comedy
  • Domains: Tomatoes, Sentience
  • Herald: Professor Mortimer Gangreen
  • Allies: Robert the Tire, Reptilicus, Guinea Creatures, SCP-2006, The Klowns
  • Enemies: Crazy Dave, The Farmer, The Monsters (Monsters vs. Aliens), Remy the Rat
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Elvira
  • Source of Interest for: Poison Ivy
  • Across the world, tomatoes are suddenly coming to life and attacking hapless people, causing much befuddlement among those that are trying to figure out why it's happening and how to fight back. A song called "Puberty Love", notorious for how awful it is, is the only thing that makes those killer tomatoes vulnerable and following The Great Tomato War, life was peaceful. However, an angry scientist named Mortimer Gangreen has had ambitions of taking over the world and has relied on these killer tomatoes to get the job done.
  • The farms in the Pantheon got a rude awakening when some tomatoes from a harvest went missing and no one claimed responsibility for these missing tomatoes. Things got even crazier when some murders were taking place and a bunch of juices from tomatoes were on the corpses. It took a bit of time to piece the sudden disappearance of the tomato crops and the murders that happened not long after. As the tomatoes started to wage war on the Pantheon, some people ran to the House of Musicality and got access a music database inside a tower and played "Puberty Love", weakening the tomatoes and allowing the denizens to squash that strange menace. As was the case for various other intruders, it wouldn't be the last time that those tomatoes would terrorize the Pantheon.
  • While the Killer Tomatoes exist in decent numbers, there are a few prominent members within this legion of terror. Zoltan is arguably the closest thing there is to a leader among the tomatoes (even though Gangreen is mostly responsible for the plots involving them) and he alongside his own set of subordinates have ruled over a certain part of the world (with Zoltan ruling over North America). There's even a couple of tomatoes that aren't even evil at all (more specifically, a fuzzy tomato and a girl that has a form of telepathy), but it didn't come as a surprise that the Killer Tomatoes wanted no association with those failed experiments.
  • Crazy Dave heard about the Killer Tomatoes after their initial arrival to the Pantheon and was dismayed to learn that more malevolent plants exist. Dave's plant army already has the necessary precautions taken should these tomatoes trespass on Dave's property, with Dave himself having a music file for "Puberty Love" in case things turn sour for him.
  • Like the other silly monsters that inhabit the Pantheon, SCP-2006 has taken a liking to the Killer Tomatoes and joined them in their acts of terror. The SCP Foundation had to take care of another containment breach from SCP-2006 after reports came in of a weird-looking tomato that was working with the Killer Tomatoes. It took a while to get it resolved as SCP-2006 was shapeshifting into other weird-looking tomatoes during the commotion and people couldn't agree on a defined look for that weird-looking tomato.
    • As for those other weird-looking monsters that SCP-2006 has befriended, the Killer Tomatoes don't have much of an issue working with these deities in spreading their own kind of terror. The one group that the tomatoes have a problem with is The Lepus as the latter has sometimes confused the Killer Tomatoes for actual food and has eaten some of those tomatoes more than a few times.
  • One of Elvira's various stories that she treated her visitors to was when the Killer Tomatoes first attacked the world. The Mistress of the Dark spent some of that time mocking the ridiculousness of the tomatoes endeavors, something that offended the tomatoes. They attempted to raid Elvira's place in retaliation, but the attempt was thwarted and Elvira still doesn't really take them seriously.
  • Poison Ivy found it a bit weird at first to learn about a group of living tomatoes, but was willing to see how useful they are in her plans. She's even thought about controlling some of these tomatoes and have them work for her. She's also aware of the possibility that some of these tomatoes will turn against her (as was the case with Zoltan overthrowing Gangreen at one point) and is prepared in case it happens.
  • Susan Murphy and her friends had to deal with alien pumpkins and mutant carrots (the latter being something that B.O.B., Dr. Cockroach, and The Missing Link handled by themselves) in the past and they see the Killer Tomatoes as even weirder versions of those particular threats. The group is usually called in whenever the tomatoes are causing chaos, with B.O.B. eating some of these tomatoes in some of their encounters.
  • One of the Killer Tomatoes' attacks took place in France as part of bid by Gangreen to complete a prophecy to try and take over the world. The deities originating from France are more than annoyed about the fact that some tomatoes tried to take over that place as part of a larger plot, though Remy the Rat is repulsed by the existence of these tomatoes. As a chef, Remy finds these tomatoes to be disgusting and not even worth the effort of putting in recipes, especially since he has to deal with Killer Tomatoes ransacking his kitchen from time to time.
  • While the House of Theatre and Spectacle has various methods of discouraging poor performers from continuing their work, one of the more classical methods of such is throwing tomatoes at the offender. Trouble ensued one day when some Killer Tomatoes infiltrated the place during a variety hour where actual tomatoes were on standby to be used against poorly performing actors. After some real tomatoes were thrown at Patrick Star during his routine, some Killer Tomatoes that were hiding leaped out and attacked the audience, resulting in chaos and confusion that lasted until "Puberty Love" played on the speakers. By the time the mess was over, most of the remaining performers had left and that specific variety hour had to be cut short.

    The Monster House 
The Monster House, Deity of Living Structure Monsters and Sapient Houses (Constance the Giantess, Constance Nebbercracker, "House-wife")
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Click here to see her as a human.
  • Lesser Deity
  • Symbol: Her buried remains. Alternatively, the chimney of the house.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil, probably Chaotic Neutral post-ascension
  • Portfolio: Attack of the Killer Living Monster House, Haunted House, Our Ghosts Are Different, Eldritch Abomination, Child Hater, Hair-Trigger Temper, Ax-Crazy, Female Malevolent Architecture, Tragic Monster and Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds For Being Teased By Cruel Children, Yandere, The Freakshow
  • Domains: Houses, Monsters, Circus
  • Followers: The hotel of 1408, Mike the Evil Living Building, The Pyramid Gem, The Lighthouse Ghost, The Black House
  • Herald: Horace Nebbercracker (her husband).
  • Allies: The Other Mother, Lucy
  • Enemies: The Puppet, Deidara, Solf J. Kimblee, the entire sub-house of Explosives, Doctor Boom, Courage, Junkrat, all anti-ghost deities, Springtrap, Brachydios
  • Opposes: All children in the Pantheon
  • Shaky Relationship: the SCP Foundation
  • Evil Counterpart to: Freddy Fazbear
  • Target of interest of: Spooky
  • Ascended after her destruction and the release of her soul. However, it was not happy that it manifested in the Pantheon in the House of Otherness as the house she once possessed, or at least a likeness of it. In addition, the SCP Foundation was alerted to her ascension has set up defensive measures around the House so that it won't leave its temple grounds (the House itself is its own temple), at least not without retaliation. With everything it's been through, it's content with being left alone, especially since her husband Mr. Nebbercracker turned on her by trying to blow her up, so she has nothing to hold on to. It won't approve of experiments performed on it, though.
  • With the adults here more competent than the idiots in its world, and some (including children) with more than enough power to take on the House by themselves, the Monster House has to remain cautious in giving them a reason to attack it.
  • Because of its terrible history with children as well as two causing her death and possession in the first place, all such (deity or otherwise) are required to stay away from the House. That doesn't stop assholes like Eric Cartman from willfully ignoring these warnings and inadvertently angering the House.
    • This also applies to manipulative adults that try and lure children to its presence; scum like them are no better.
    • Spooky showed interest in having the House as a Specimen in her mansion, but recruiting was difficult as the House hates children, even if they're ghosts. But Spooky decided to keep on trying anyway.
    • Being children souls that inhabit animatronics, the House's hate also extends to Freddy Fazbear and the Puppet. Springtrap showed interest in its anti-children stance, but it lashed out at him after finding out that he murdered children while he was alive; even she won't stand for such a rotten soul, and she only hated children for what they did to her while the Purple Guy probably doesn't have the same excuse.
  • Because it can be destroyed with explosives, and because she died as a result of dynamite, it despises all deities who specialize in them. Deities with explosive weapons or magic are also advised to keep away from the House. Of course, there are always the crazy few who deliberately incite its wrath with their bombs.
    • One particular beast it had the misfortune of encountering was Brachydios when it roamed and found itself rampaging in its direction. After the theropod blew through the Foundation's perimeter, the House was forced to defend itself, but it never had a prayer of surviving its volatile slime. The second time (well, it was actually the Raging variant), the House immediately uprooted and started running away, regardless of whatever else got in its way. It had been total pandemonium in the House of Otherness. After the House was forcibly escorted back, everyone has since made sure that Brachydios never runs the risk of being at the House's current area.
  • As a ghostly entity, she's become another target for the Ghostbusters and other people like them like Jack and Maddie Fenton.

    N. Trance 
N. Trance, God of Living Eggs (Master of Hypnotism)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The hypnosis swirl on his body
  • Theme Music: N. Trance Boss Fight, his boss theme from On the Run, Doctor Podium / Evil Scientists (Nitro Fueled Remix)
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Brainwashing Victims (May or may not Require the use of Helmets), Cephalothorax, Cyborg, Egg Puns, Inconsistent Size
  • Domains: Hypnosis, Villains
  • Followers: The Yolkians, Chang Tzu/Egg Fu, Sunnycide
  • "Allies": Uka Uka, N. Tropy, N. Oxide, Jervis Tetch, Yuri, Flumpty Bumpty, ADVENT
  • Enemies: Crash Bandicoot, Polar, Pura, Coco Bandicoot, Crunch Bandicoot, Aku Aku, Dingodile, Spyro, XCOM, Jimmy Neutron
  • Interested in: Hypno
  • N. Trance is an egg-like creature who hails from the Fifth Dimension and calls himself the Master of Hypnotism. As his self-proclaimed title may suggest, he has brainwashed Crash's friends (and even a few of his foes) a handful of times and has generally worked for villains more dangerous than he is. He's an egg who relies on a cyborg body to move around and although it is capable of attacking, N. Trance's egg-shaped head isn't perfectly attached to that body.
  • As with many other days in the Pantheon, anything that resembles peace is not going to last long. In this particular case, it involved half of the House of Beasts and Fauna having mind-control helmets on them and attacking anyone that attempted to go near them. Polar and Pura, who have been brainwashed in the past, discovered something unsettling and they got Crash, Coco, and Crunch to figure out what was happening. After getting this mess resolved, it became apparent to the Bandicoots and their friends that N. Trance found his way to the Pantheon, giving them another problem to worry about in addition to Dr. Cortex.
  • It's not readily clear at first, but N. Trance is someone that doesn't really have a defined allegiance to a particular villain. When he first antagonized Crash and co., he was doing so while working for Uka Uka and N. Tropy. Afterwards, Trance was apparently working alongside Nitros Oxide (who's already antagonistic towards Crash's friends and foes) and notified Emperor Velo about the bandicoot, resulting in Crash, Cortex, and their associates not only getting sent to a racing tournament in space, but with Polar, Pura, and Dingodile ending up in Trance's control. Within the Pantheon, Trance sometimes keeps in check with Uka Uka and Oxide, but he isn't thoroughly loyal to either (and has no plans to work with Cortex that anyone is aware of).
  • Spyro is among those who has apparently had a bad run-in with N. Trance in the past, specifically during the time where Crash, Cortex, and the others were in Emperor Velo's racing tournament. Whereas Polar, Pura, and Dingodile had mind control helmets on them during their time being brainwashed, the dragon wasn't wearing such a thing, raising a possibility that N. Trance tried a different mind-control method to ensure that Spyro would be under his control during that time. In any case, Spyro is very annoyed with what happened then and wouldn't hesitate to torch Trance should they meet again.
  • Despite claiming to be the Master of Hypnotism, it became quickly clear that there was more deities specializing in mind control than what Trance originally thought. He went to the Palace of Mind Control after hearing rumblings about what that place was planning and wanted to see how those who are capable of brainwashing compare to him. This led him to meeting Jervis Tetch and Yuri, two other mind control specialists that are known to use different devices and are apparently much more dangerous than Trance is. While he got a bit frustrated at his Master of Hypnotism title being put into question, he is willing to work alongside them and add additional targets that Jervis and Yuri might be going after.
    • Trance's time working with Jervis led the egg to discover Hypno, a Pokemon that's capable of hypnosis as the name would suggest. He noticed that Hypno was really only working with Jervis out of necessity and not because it wanted an active role in Jervis' plans. Trance honestly wanted Hypno to be more active in the hypnosis field and after an unsuccessful attempt at trying to get the Pokemon to work with him, Jervis stepped in and said that he'll figure out something to get Hypno more willing to go along with his mind control schemes. In any case, Trance sees Hypno as someone with potential that's being held back by being a Non-Malicious Monster.
    • Yuri once made an attempt of his own to try and get Trance to accomplish goals bigger than normal. To that end, Yuri decided to take Trance to Kane, an enigmatic leader that Yuri works for. It wasn't entirely clear what Kane was going after, so Trance opted to just accomplish relatively smaller goals for now. If anything, Yuri is OK with the small-steps approach that Trance is taking and Kane believes that Trance, strange as he looks, would make a good duo with Yuri when it comes to mind control.
  • ADVENT ended up being among Trance's most potent partners thanks to the group's Psionically capable members. Trance was impressed with how their mind control is able to affect the undead and has looked into their methods to see how he can expand his list of targets. ADVENT also saw use in having another extraterrestrial being work with them in fighting XCOM and although Trance is more focused on the Bandicoots, he's willing to work with ADVENT to get a better understanding of what he's dealing with beyond animals.
  • Flumpty Bumpty was someone that took Trance by surprise by being an egg that's capable of moving around without the need for a cyborg body. At first, Trance didn't think much of Flumpty, but after seeing the latter in action and how much more dangerous Flumpty was in spite of his looks, Trance has actually considered using Flumpty as a means to chase unwilling victims into his hideout to try and brainwash them. Flumpty was glad to have another egg to be friends with even if he isn't entirely sure about Trance's mind-control plans.
  • Jimmy Neutron ended up in a bit of a panic after thinking that King Goobot V somehow found the Pantheon and took measures to ward his arch-enemy away. After learning that it was a different egg-like alien in the Pantheon, Jimmy was still worried after learning that Trance is capable of the same mind control techniques that Goobot used on Jimmy's parents (and other adults), but to a much greater extent. Trance has taken issue with Jimmy's scientific prowess and the fact that the latter might be coming up with something to nullify his mind control techniques.
  • As useful as Trance's armor is, there have been some villains who believe that he should get a stronger version of such where in addition to his already existing mind-control powers, Trance would be able to get some additional abilities as well... and possibly have an armor that can hold his head in better. Although he did give it some consideration, Trance has insisted that what he has is fine enough and that his time is better spent on coming up with more potent methods to ensure anyone he comes across falls under his control for a longer period of time, if not permanently.
  • He's been known to crack a multitude of egg puns, with a majority of these puns hatching whenever he's racing. During a comedy session at the House of Theatre and Spectacle, Trance decided to take a go at egging the audience with his various egg puns. Needless to say, the audience found them annoying and Trance had to be removed from the stage before he could scramble the audience via mind control in retaliation.

    Robert the Tire 
This profile... is an homage to the no reason.

Robert the Tire, Deity of Unlikely Killer Objects

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  • Lesser Deity
  • Symbol: Itself
  • Theme Music: Tricycle Express
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Animate Inanimate Object, Psychic Powers (Primarily to Make Other People's Heads Explode), Not Actually Being Called Robert by Anyone
  • Domains: Tires, Murder, Absurdism
  • Allies: The Killer Tomatoes
  • Enemies: The SCP Foundation, The Murkrow Flock, Bugs Bunny, Trixie, Any deity that works for law enforcement
  • Source of Interest for: Junkrat, Trollkaiger
  • Murder comes in many shapes and forms, be it something normal like a human being or something more unconventional like a killer doll. And then there's some truly bizarre killers, such as this tire. Abandoned in a California desert, the tire suddenly came to life and not long after, discovered that it had psychic powers via blowing up a couple of small animals. Its journey took a turn for the much more unusual after encountering a mysterious and beautiful woman. However, there were more than a few obstacles encountered by the tire and much of these problems were taken care of by blowing up peoples' heads. The tire met its end via a shotgun-toting lieutenant, but it apparently reincarnated as a tricycle and continued on its rampage with the help of other tires.
  • A seemingly ordinary day in the Pantheon came to an abrupt end after some deities noticed a tire rolling by itself. At first, some were convinced that someone technologically savvy was responsible for making the tire move on its own via a remote control. It turned out that such a person wasn't responsible for that, and neither was someone who casted some sort of magic to make a tire move on its own. The day took a turn for the worse after some deities encountered a dead body with a missing head. No one was sure who was responsible for it at first, but then those same deities were told of a weird video that got uploaded online. The video consisted of the aforementioned murder and the murderer was... that same tire. It came as a surprise to many that not only was there a tire that could move on its own, but that the tire can make people's heads explode via psychokinesis.
  • The tire is not actually called Robert by anyone for no reason. For that matter, the tire actually being unofficially named Robert is because of no reason. There are some who address the tire as a "he", but again, that's because of no reason. Hell, the mere fact that a tire came to life with psychic abilities and is using it to kill people is because of no reason.
  • At first, a good amount of those who are involved in law enforcement (at least those who aren't corrupt) were a bit skeptical about a killer psychic tire, but after being shown the video, they had a bit of a reason to go after the tire. It is not fond of law enforcement, due to the fact that it was pursued by people like that back then.
  • While Junkrat is capable of using a something known as a Rip-tire, he has made it clear that his device and this psychokinetic tire are completely different from each other (although some believe that the Rip-tire is sentient). It hasn't stopped Junkrat from being amused at the fact that there's a living tire that can explode people's heads and is very interested in it.
  • Despite the fact that it's not actually classified as an SCP, the concept of a psychic killer tire was too weird to pass up for the SCP Foundation. The organization is monitoring what the tire is up to and trying to figure out exactly why a tire is sentient and can blow up people's heads with psychic abilities. The tire really doesn't like that it's being monitored despite the fact that the organization is cryptic in general.
  • Out of sheer boredom, the tire decided to try and target small animals, likely to go back to the times where it blew up small creatures before deciding to go after humans. After finding a flock of Murkrows, the tire decided to try and blow one of them up. Unfortunately for it, the Pokemon attacked the tire before it could do anything (it didn't help that as Dark-types they were immune to its Psychic attack) and ended up in their pile of stolen items after a bit of effort from the Murkrows as a result. The tire was able to escape when the corvids went out to try and steal something else and has detested the flock since then.
    • Following that mishap, the tire tried to go after another animal that looked helpless. Unfortunately for it, Bugs Bunny was able to get a glimpse of it and after remarking that "someone has too much time in their hands to do something like this", decided to come up with a trick to best the tire involving a complex course. The course naturally ended with a really long fall instead of a rabbit that it promised and the tire just got mad at Bugs, especially since it had to deal with someone who is quite clever most of the time.
  • There have been some deities who, on first glances, think that it's a random tire that someone just left behind for no reason and more often than not, throw it out without realizing that there's more to this tire than that. Supposedly, Trollkaiger has taken an interest in it and has used the tire for cruel jokes by using leaving behind a bunch of random tires at various places where some deities would go to and they would tell this tire to attack someone after a decoy tire gets thrown out. If the group is feeling even more devious, then they have made some of the tires remote controlled and have tricked others into thinking that the tire they have thrown out is about to blow their head off.
  • Someone decided to try and sell binoculars to deities one time at a certain spot, likely to try and make money off of watching something as random as a tire go on a rampage. Beavis & Butt-Head were among those who decided to watch the tire from afar, and given who the two are, made quite a bit of wisecracks about the absurdity of the tire's adventures.
    • Disaster struck when it was time for the "audience" to have some food. Some of the food was poisoned, causing some of the audience to be rendered unconscious, a plate of food had too much sugar and caused Beavis to become "The Great Cornholio" again after consuming it, and someone just hated the food enough to throw a plate of it far away... and it landed just within proximity of the tire. The tire turned around and saw the person who threw the plate. Upon realizing that the tire has noticed him and thinking that it's about to attack, the remaining people that wasn't affected by the poisoned food had to get everyone else out of there before they could lose their heads to a tire.
  • If the tire isn't going around blowing up the heads of unassuming people, then it might be trying to follow a few attractive female deities around. It usually doesn't get very far with it and while plenty have initially wondered why a tire would be obsessed with any sort of attractive women to begin with, they simply just went ahead with the belief that the tire follows those kinds of women around for no reason.
  • There is one thing that the tire hates more than anything and that would be the sight of other tires being tossed into a fire. When it originally saw such a thing, it started killing more people than normal. It is more than plausible that such a killing spree will happen again if it sees something like that, but it actually happening doesn't appear as likely due to a fair amount of deities trying to prevent the tire from going further with murder.

Demigods

    The Cottage Appliances 
The Cottage AppliancesMembers, Divine Animate Inanimate Objects
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  • Demideities
  • Symbol: Themselves
  • Theme Music: the Main Title music of the first film
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Cute Machines, want to find their owner, would have met him if they had stayed put a few more days, Ascended Fridge Horror, New Technology Is Evil, briefly end up at a junkyard, Earn Your Happy Ending
  • Domains: Objects, Travel
  • Heralds: Ratso, Wittgenstein, Hearing Aid, Tinselina, Robbie
  • Allies: Toy Story Cast, Shadow, Chance and Sassy, Courage the Cowardly Dog, Courage's Computer, BMO, Baby Bink, Belle and the Beast, Lightning McQueen, Herbie, Kirby, Roombo, Linus Van Pelt, Missile (Ghost Trick), SCP-426
  • Enemies: Lotso, Robert the Tire, Christine, Pennywise, The Violator
  • Interested in: The Enchantress
  • Toaster, Blanky, Lampy, Radio and Kirby are five sapient appliances who lived alone in a cottage in the middle of the country. Years before, they had a master, Rob, who made use of them, but they hadn't seen him for a long time and missed him dearly. The appliances decided to take matters into their own hands and go outside the cottage to find their beloved master. A lot of things happened and they came close to getting destroyed several times, whether by the natural elements or getting taken apart by a scrap collector, among other things. They reached the big city and the apartment where Rob lived, but the more advanced appliances living there mocked them and kicked them out. The five ended up at a junkyard, where they were almost crushed were it not for Toaster sacrificing himself by jumping into the crusher's gears. Fortunately, by this point Rob had been looking for the appliances as well, so he took them all home with him and repaired Toaster. Afterwards, Rob went off to college and took the five appliances with him.
    • In college the appliances helped Rob retrieve his thesis after it was lost due a computer virus. They met a supercomputer called Wittgenstein living in the basement and, with the help of a rat named Ratso, fixed him by replacing a tube before he blew up, and he restored Rob's thesis. Later in Rob's life, he got married to his girlfriend Chris and the two had a baby called Robbie, whom the appliances referred to as the little master. Here's where it gets extra-weird: the appliances met an Hearing Aid that used to belong to Albert Einstein, whose house Rob's family was now living in. Hearing Aid accidentally sent Robbie to Mars through a space bubble, thus forcing the appliances to go on a space voyage to retrieve him. In Mars, they met a bunch of stranded appliances that wanted to blow up the Earth as revenge for being forgotten, but the sight of the innocent Robbie ultimately convinces them not to and to go back to Earth with the appliances instead. Then Toaster got to sacrifice himself again when they forgot to shut down the missile's countdown, but he was saved once more. Long story short, everybody got safely back in time for Christmas.
  • The appliances discovered the Pantheon when the little master Robbie accidentally wandered into it, thus necessitating the five to go get him back once more. Even though they had gone as far as Mars, this new dimension managed to be a whole new level of adventure for them. Most interesting to them was the fact that they were sighted by humans several times, but nobody made a fuss about supposedly inanimate objects moving around. Fortunately, they found Robbie safe and sound and having fun playing with some toys, which were also animate like them. The toys, led by Woody and Buzz Lightyear, warmly greeted the appliances and everyone got along splendidly as the Pantheon was explained to the latter group. After getting Robbie back where he belongs before the masters found him missing, the appliances were summoned to the Main House, where they were offered godhood. The five were rather happy at the chance to stick around this world where they didn't have to hide, but they also had to make sure they wouldn't be separated from their favorite people. Once they were assured that would not be the case, they were formally ascended.
  • Woody, Buzz and the toys they lead remain very close to the appliances since they understand better than anyone the need to hide their true living nature in a world where humans believe they are inanimate, the dangers they have to navigate when most of them are as small as they are, as well as sharing feelings of strong loyalty towards their owners and doing a lot to stay by their side and keep them happy. The appliances feel rather sorry that Woody was essentially left homeless after he was given away by Andy to a girl who ended up favoring the other toys to the point where she forgot about him; they realize just how lucky they are that Rob thought of them enough to bring them along as he moved into adulthood. The five find themselves hoping that Woody, and perhaps the other toys as well, eventually find their way back to Andy, who'll hopefully have his own kids for the toys to entertain (and potentially protect from any hazards as they do for Robbie).
    • One of the more infamous villains the toys had to personally contend with was the stuffed bear Lotso, who tried to lock them up in a kindergarten class full of rowdy children who would play too roughly or otherwise misuse Woody and co.. Lotso's tyranny stemmed from being abandoned (albeit accidentally) and replaced by his owner, which left him bitter and hateful; he could serve as a reflection of what the appliances might have become if, for instance, they let themselves be overwhelmed by resentment at being forgotten after seeing all the cutting-edge objects populating Rob's parents' apartment. In fact, they knew an Air Conditioner who had a similar attitude as Lotso, but he couldn't do much about it or bully others since he was stuck to a wall; the appliances think they're lucky for that, else Air Conditioner might have stopped them from leaving so they all could stew in his negativity. At least, Air Conditioner did become happy after Rob visited the cottage, whereas Lotso refused to change, and that's reflected in how he enviously despises the appliances for having owners who care and came back for them. The five do understand how he feels and are sad that he got abandoned by his beloved owner, but aren't about to let him push them around or bad-mouth their masters.
  • The drive to brave the wilderness to go back home to the ones you love is a feeling that is also well-understood by Shadow, Chance and Sassy; much like the appliances, the trio of pets could not understand why it was that their beloved owners left them behind, but their confusion didn't stop them from going out and doing something about it. Shadow and Toaster have a mature friendship as the leader figures with a tendency to sacrifice themselves, meanwhile Blanky sometimes complains that Chance and Sassy get a bit rough with him, though fortunately Kirby has a way of scaring them off before things get too much for the poor, sensitive blanket. Chance and Sassy have also been seen being mutually snarky with Radio. But despite that occasional rowdiness between the two groups, the respect between them for their adventures and loyalty to their owners is definitely strong.
  • Robert the Tire is an abomination to the appliances, since they can't, nor really want to, understand its reasons for being as murderous and sadistic as it is for an inanimate object (doesn't help that unlike them, Robert's not talkative). Even worse, Robert seems to have set its sights on tormenting them as well. One time, the appliances were chased all the way down to Courage the Cowardly Dog's farm by the tire, and though initially freaking out and assuming they were all monsters trying to hurt his family, Toaster explained that was not the case and they were being chased by the tire as well, so the appliances and Courage teamed up to thwart Robert. And this would not have happened without the help of Courage's very opinionated and perhaps rude but still helpful computer. After things settled down, everybody decided to have Courage's computer to link up with Wittgenstein so he could make a new friend of his own. Turns out that Courage's computer actually turns down the snarky attitude when speaking to Wittgenstein, likely having finally met someone worthy of respect.
  • Roombo was initially just as unnerving to the appliances as Robert is, given how violent he can be. It soon turned out that the cleaning robot was quite the moral opposite to Robert however, being instead every bit as loyal to his human owners as the appliances are; Roombo's just a bit more graphic in expressing that loyalty. Besides that, he once tore apart Robert on another occasion of it stalking the appliances. However, though they like Roombo now, they'd still rather not look when he is doing his thing; Toaster in particular doesn't need more nightmares, thanks. Nor can the appliances imagine going as far as actually killing home intruders, as much as they love their family and want it to be safe. Though, perhaps they need to learn how to, after all, in case something drastic ever does happen.
  • The appliances are used to dealing with straying babies thanks to all the time they spend as Robbie's unofficial babysitters, so when Baby Bink wandered all the way to their temple, they weren't too fazed and helped the tyke get back to his own temple where he belonged, after allowing Bink play a bit with Robbie, who also chanced to be visiting. They could also count on BMO to entertain them. Their feeling of responsibility over these kids leads to them feeling more wary of monster clowns like Pennywise and the Violator than they normally would be; the fact that there are actively malicious clowns roaming the Pantheon is particularly traumatic for Toaster, who had an infamously terrifying nightmare about an evil clown, but knowing some like Pennywise specifically choose to torture and kill children makes the appliances really afraid for the little master and Baby Bink's safety. Of course as the good and loyal appliances they are, they swallow their fear in order to properly protect them.
  • The Enchantress holds some fascination for the appliances due to her famously turning human beings into animate inanimate objects like them. It kind of makes them wonder if she could perform the reverse and how cool it'd be if they could interact normally with their beloved humans. However, she remains at an enigmatic distance and they've never personally met her. The appliances are also fond of Belle and the Beast, as the couple is inclined to treat animate inanimate objects with kindness due to the Beast's human servants being turned into such objects for the duration of his curse, which was inflicted on him by the Enchantress. And yet, despite their ordeal, the servants remained positive and helpful, attitudes that make the appliances look up to them and hope to emulate them fot the benefit of their masters.
  • One time Lotso, acting out of pettiness, captured the appliances and dropped them all off at a junkyard just for kicks. As they tried to find their way out, they met an evil car named Christine, though just at the moment they could not have figured out she was evil as she amiably proposed that they drive her so they could all get out of there together. The appliances did so and didn't notice that driving Christine was making them more Ax-Crazy by the minute, only snapping out of it when Christine found her owner Arnie, who heartlessly ditched the appliances. The five were very ashamed of themselves after the fact, not only for briefly becoming no better than the likes of Robert the Tire, but for helping such an evil object reunite with her owner. Fortunately they would discover not all sentient cars are malignant, as they would become acquainted with the benign Herbie and Lightning McQueen. While Herbie is in the same spot as the appliances as a loyal object that helps its owners, Lightning comes from a world where cars are the dominant species with no humans around, making the five wonder how things would be if they lived in a world built by and for appliances. There would be fewer junkyards, that's for sure.
  • Toaster was intially over the moon to meet a fellow toaster in SCP-426, then confused that he always spoke in the first person whenever he was trying to refer to the SCP in its presence. This quickly turned into annoyance and frustration as all his fellow appliances were involved and nobody could understand each other as they were all nonsensically talking about themselves. Ultimately the appliances sans Toaster decided it was too much of a headache to deal with, but Toaster decided to have patience with the SCP and sometimes goes out on purpose to have conversations with it, reasoning it might be lonely due to its quirk. Besides, he'd made a resolve to be kinder before.
  • While Roombo might make Kirby grumble occasionally for his violent tendencies and being a more advanced piece of technology than himself, he was not at all prepared for the existence of an organic, pink puffball-like creature with an almost blackhole-like capacity to suck things into himself. And to really blow the vacuum's mind, the puffball's name is Kirby too (by the way, if you're wondering why Kirby the vacuum is named differently from all the other appliances, "Kirby" is the name of a vacuum brand). In all honesty, Kirby the vacuum isn't too fond of Kirby the puffball, since he's left feeling rather inadequate in the presence of the puffball's mighty sucking power. The rest of the appliances, especially Blanky, like him for being cute and nice and playing with them and think their Kirby is just being a grump as usual.
  • There has been an occasion or two where Blanky gets "kidnapped" by Linus Van Pelt due to his own Security Blanket going missing for some reason (likely some Pantheon jerk pulling a mean prank on him). The first time this happened, the rest of the appliances went gallantly to the recue of their younger member, only to stop in their tracks upon seeing it was just a needy kid sucking his thumb while cuddling Blanky, who himself felt rather sorry for Linus and wanted to support him in his time of need. The other four appliances thus went on to find Linus' much vaunted blanket. And so this exact same order of events has happened everytime Linus needs "Blanky time".
  • Lampy couldn't quite figure out why a Pomeranian called Missile would show so much interest in him, that is until he found out something pretty crazy about the dog: in a Bad Future, he possessed a lamp and became a wise mentor figure to his owner Sissel as he adventured through the spirit world, hoping to set things right before they could go wrong for their group of friends. Seeing as how this makes Missile, who was previously dismissed as a dumb dog, practically a genius, it must sting all the more for Lampy that he is himself, very ironically, not too bright (except when it comes to the topics of light and electricity). In any case, Missile proved himself to be not only a good dog, but a loyal inanimate object at the same time, which is something all the appliances must respect.

    Iron Checkpoint Crate 
The Iron Checkpoint Crate, The Divine Inanimate Competitor (DriverIAmAsImportantAsTheBandicootSoIShouldBeTheMainCharacter)
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  • Demideity
  • Symbol: The "C" for Checkpoint
  • Theme Music: Checkpoint, its theme from Crash: On the Run!
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Animate Inanimate Object, Ascended Meme, Composite Character, Secret Character, Wild Card
  • Domains: Crates, Objects, Surprises, Driving
  • High Priest: Rocky
  • Allies: Most of the ascended deities from Crash Bandicoot, Patrick Star, Gnome Chompski, Kirie Sakurame, Chell
  • Enemies: Nitros Oxide, Homer Simpson, Dr. Doofenschmirtz, Those that abuse save points
  • Perhaps one of the most Unexpected Characters to show to race in the racing tournament held by Nitros Oxide, the Iron Checkpoint Crate is just that, a simple metal box that acts as a checkpoint for whoever hits it. While it first debuted in Crash Bandicoot's third outing, the Iron Checkpoint Crate could mostly be found in secret areas and the death routes, making it a fairly rare box to come by so it came as a shock that even manage to qualify as a racer, let alone a deity.
  • Most people were utterly confused by finding the Iron Checkpoint Crate standing there in front of the prestigious Court of Gods and even managing to secure a trope for itself. Many thought it was just a misplaced item that belonged to the treasure vault but they were even more confused once they saw it driving a go-kart like it was nothing.
  • The Iron Checkpoint Crate is one of the few deities that doesn't have a temple. It wasn't provided one because the Court of Gods thought there was no need for it and just made a vacant spot for the crate to lay there motionless. Though it can move from that place if it wants to, it's just that nobody has ever seen it move other when it's piloting a vehicle or someone is carrying it. Some believe it only moves when no one is watching it.
  • Morality wise, it's neutral, then again, what can you expect from a metal box? That and apparently the crate can use any of masks from both Aku Aku and Uka Uka to the Velo Mask and the other masks power-ups. Interestingly enough, most of the deities from its universe get along with the crate just fine...except Oxide given his competitive nature and refusing to see the Iron Checkpoint Crate as nothing but a joke.
  • White its known as the Iron Checkpoint Crate, it can actually assume other forms such as the TNT, Nitro and even the regular crates. Naturally, the TNT and Nitro variants of the crate are very popular in the House of Explosives, usually employed by the Mad Bombers of the Pantheon and the crate regenerates just fine. It can also become a purple crate but nobody has a clue what the purpose of that style of crate is for save for some deities.
  • Given his trope, Patrick Star became curious about the Iron Checkpoint Crate and personally went to meet it after hearing about its title, reminding him of his pet Rocky, who also managed to win a race once. Sometimes he competes against the Iron Checkpoint Crate and has tried to get it to become a Pseudo-mentor to Rocky but no one has managed to tell Patrick that the metallic box doesn't actually speak (though some believe the Crate and Rocky are actually good friends.
  • Homer Simpson was reminded of one of his most bitter rivals once he heard of the Iron Checkpoint Crate title, the Carbon Rod. To wipe away that sour memory he decided to challenge the Crate to a race, where he lost horribly due to not knowing how to drive the go-karts and the fact that the Crate was a much better driver than Homer. Needless to say, he is a bit bitter about the loss.
  • Outside of racing, the Box is actually a pretty useful tool for saving your progress in the Pantheon, as many found out the last person to hit the box can use it as a checkpoint in case they die. This development made the Iron Checkpoint Crate more popular by the day as plenty adventurers and possibly other nefarious individuals wanted to utilize this ability for their own gain and the crate is usually ok with whoever grabs it. That said, it does have a disdain for those that abuse of the checkpoint system and in some particular cases it forcibly turned itself into a Nitro crate just to punish Save Scumming.
    • This naturally led Kirie Sakurame to meet the Iron Checkpoint Crate. She never thought that the Pantheon would introduce another save point system in the Pantheon, let alone in a simple iron crate but surprisingly enough, Kirie grew fond of the crate overtime and keeps an eye on it from time to time in order to avoid other deities abusing of its abilities.
  • Chell grew attached to the Iron Checkpoint Crate ever since her companion cube got thrown into the Treasure Vault and usually visits its "Temple" just to hang around with it. Some believe she has even taught it to use the Portal Gun but so far those are just rumours.
  • Seeing potential in the manipulation of checkpoints, Dr. Doofenschmirtz decided to capture the Iron Checkpoint Crate and investigate the source of it's save system in order to weaponize it, and mind you he was doing it for a good cause, not for just a random evil scheme. In one unusual turn of events that no one has clue how it happened, the crate was able to defeat Doofenschmirtz and foil his plans, the doctor subsequently swore revenge upon the Crate for thwarting his plans.
  • The Iron Checkpoint Crate and Gnome Chompski are possibly the two inanimate objects in the Pantheon who managed to get a temple all to themselves, and somehow the two ended up becoming good friends once someone decided to leave the gnome near the crate. Next thing you know, both were seen piloting a rocket towards the House of Space and Cosmos. No one has a clue how they did that.
  • Can also be found in Sports.

    Rudy Tabootie and Snap White 
Rudolph Bartholomew Tabootie and Snap White, Divine Duo of Living Drawings (Rudolph: Rudy, Bucko)
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L to R: Rudy, Snap
  • Demigods
  • Symbol: The White Lightning Chalk drawing a portal to the ChalkZone
  • Theme Song: Rudy's Got The Chalk
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Living Drawings
  • Domains: Chalk, Creativity, Alternate Dimensions
  • Herald: Penny Sanchez
  • High Priestess: SCP-085/Cassy
  • Followers:
  • Allies: Ramo, Lola, and Quill, Eko, Maxwell, Bloo, Wilt, Eduardo, Coco, Meteora Österreich , the Crimson Chin, Roger Rabbit, Jessica Rabbit, Hal Jordan/Green Lantern, Kyle Rainer, Ressha Sentai ToQger, Nate Adams
  • On Good Terms with: The House of Heroism
  • Enemies: Drawcia, Judge Doom, the Nothing, Ungalo
  • Opposes: Xingo
  • Pities: Altair/Military Uniform Princess
  • Annoyed by: Jar Jar Binks (Snap)
  • Uneasy Relationship: Spongebob Squarepants, Bendy (both), Buttercup (Rudy only)
  • Commonality Connection: Madame Foster (Snap only)
  • Avoids: Sheogorath
  • It's common for schools to have a blackboard with chalk to write and draw on. While teachers use it to write down the lessons of the day, students love to to doodle whatever comes into their imagination. But eventually, those drawings will have to be erased, never to be seen again except in memory. But what if they still linger around in another way? Enter Rudy Tabootie, a young boy with a creative imagination and a passion for drawing. While in detention after angering his cartoon-hating teacher Mr. Wilter, he discovers the White Lightning chalk, which has magical properties, such as creating a portal to an alternate dimension. He discovers the ChalkZone, a place where all chalk drawings that have existed live as sentient beings or otherwise tangible objects. He meets and befriends Snap White, a Chalkzoner that he created when he was younger, and keeps the existence of ChalkZone a secret from anyone else except for his best friend and crush Penny Snachez. He and his friends would go on to have many adventures within the ChalkZone while meeting the colorful denizens of the land.
  • It was an ordinary day at the House of School, as some students were fooling around after class by doodling on a chalkboard. One student drew a circle, which suddenly manifested as a portal connected to an alternate dimension. Curious about the dimension, some students decided to hop in to check it out. There, they find out that everything in the dimension is made of chalk. They soon discovered a notably non-chalky boy talking to a chalky person in blue clothes and approached them. The boy was very alarmed, as he was convinced that word of the ChalkZone didn't leak out, plus he had never seen these people before. Thankfully, some of the teachers came by to defuse the situation, as they were sent to investigate the portal and the missing students. After reprimanding the students, the teachers talked to Rudy and Snap, who explained what the ChalkZone is, and took him to the Court of the Gods, who bestowed them the title of Living Drawings. Rudy and Snap are glad that Mr. Wilter still doesn't know about the ChalkZone, which they've feared when they saw the students.
  • Ever since Rudy and Snap ascended, the ChalkZone has been opened for access. The ChalkZone can be accessed by drawing portals with the White Lightning chalk (of which thre are a few copies lying around in Rudy's temple) on any surface fit for chalk drawings. With the portal opened, any deity can come in to see the wild, wacky world of ChalkZone and its inhabitants. Ever since the ChalkZone was open to the Pantheon, chalk drawings that originated from the Pantheon can be found residing in the ChalkZone. These drawings range from simple stick drawings to detailed giants to malicious scribblies, prompting Rudy to fend off against them once in a while. Trying to tamper with the ChalkZone in anyway will get you thrown out of the dimension and receive a temporary ban, which can be permanent if it keeps persisting.
  • Given that the ChalkZone is home to many living drawings, Rudy and Snap would end up meeting other living drawings residing in the Pantheon. While not chalk drawings, Ramo, Lola, and Quill are living painting people, whose society was divided based on the completeness of the individual. The trio worked hard to get rid of the caste system by finishing the painting they reside in after visiting the other paintings. Rudy and Snap were quite impressed with their tale and became fast friends with them, with the duo allowed to enter their painting and the painting trio being allowed to enter the ChalkZone and make new aquaintances there. They also get along with Eko, whose has the ability to give life to her drawings, as evidenced by her partner Kazu. The two duos like to hang out with each other and express their creativity. On the other hand, the duo heavily oppose Drawicia, a living painting who aims to turn the whole world into a painting, fearing that she could invade the ChalkZone and convert it into a twisted painting of her own image.
    • Of special note is Maxwell, who the duo encountered when he was in the middle of writing. Like Rudy, he uses a magic tool to craft anything he can imagine, but instead of drawing things with chalk, he writes down thing down on his magic notebook. The duo were impressed with Maxwell's creativity and application with his notebook, plus Rudy likes having a new buddy in creating things out of the blue. The two boys often hang out to create new things with their respective tools, even combining their brains to forge a spectacular creation. Maxwell is also able to create life with his notebook to Snap's delight, so he likes to play with Maxwell's creations.
    • Judge Doom became furious when he heard of the ChalkZone vowing to use the dip to destroy the dimension once and for all. Rudy and Snap are understandably horrified by this, especially since he's a toon who's turned on his kind, and vowed to protect the ChalkZone from him. On the other hand, they get along with Roger and Jessica Rabbit, who are toons that happen to coexist alongside humanity, which amazes Rudy and Snap, wondering if it's possible to have further connection between the ChalkZone and the real world though they are saddened by the tensions between flesh and paint in their world.
    • However, the duo have something of an awkward relationship with Spongebob Squarepants because of an incident the latter went through. She created a crude copy of himself with a magic pencil, dubbed "DoodleBob", as a part of a prank he was planning to unleash on Squidward, Unfortunately, DoodleBob stole the pencil and began wreaking havoc around Bikini Bottom, stopped only by trapping him in a page. Spongebob and friends later had to deal with him again, as they recreated him within a doodle dimension, forcing them to duke it out with the doodle copy and eventually defeated him by banishing him to space with a balloon. Because of these incidents, Spongebob is a bit wary of living drawings, and while Rudy and Snap understand that such a bad first impression can sour your opinions, they still want to hang out with him without any ensuing awkwardness.
  • By certain means, Snap can be considered a fictional character that came to life, so Rudy and Snap would eventually meet up with other fictional characters come to life such as the Crimson Chin, Meteora Österreich , and Altair. The duo get along with the Crimson Chin and Meteora, and both groups have taken interest in each other's worlds. Rudy and Snap in particular like the Crimson Chin for being a superhero character, as Snap has a superhero-inspired design. They were intrigued that Meteora and Altair were summoned alongside other fictional characters to fight each other, plus a bit saddened that she couldn't return to her home world due to having to send the rest home, and staying in the real world made her powers fade away, though they're glad she's okay with everything in the end. With Altair, they understand her grief over her creators death, but think that her trying to kill everyone out of her grief wasn't really a good idea. Still, her creator was revived in a sense, which made her finally calm down, so they're glad she's not that angry anymore. They are considerably much more wary of Xingo, a fictional character that causes much destruction in his wake due to functioning on cartoon logic. They aren't really fans of being on the receiving ends of his pranks. They are also uneasy around Bendy, given that the circumstances regarding his arrival to the real world was... disasterous to say the least, so they keep their distance from him in case he turns to his beast form.
    • While Ungalo may not be a character that jumped out from a book, he does have the power to bring them to the real world. His Stand, Bohemian Rhapsody, is able to summon fictional characters to the real world, but if someone sees a character they connect to, they are then forced to live out the character's story, often with unpleasant results, which likely would end in the unfortunate victim's death. Needless to say, the two aren't really friends of him because of his horrifying power and the implications it could have on the ChalkZone, plus his crude demeanor keeps turning them away from him.
  • Snap could be considered by some to be Rudy's imaginary friends, only that he is real and tangible. The two did meet up with actual, tangible imaginary friends, namely Bloo, Wilt, Eduardo, and Coco. Snap is glad to meet up with new friends while Rudy sees them as not to dissimilar to how the residents of ChalkZone look like. Of all of them, Snap interacts with Bloo a lot, being blue-coloured creations of young boys and do consider each other as friends, even if they have a rather belligerent relationship.
  • As Rudy often uses his creativity to solve problems within the ChalkZone, as well as the ChalkZone itself being fueled by the creative minds of humanity, Rudy and Snap are appropriately horrified by the existence of the Nothing, an eldritch entity whose presence reduces its surroundings to nothing and saps away the creativity and imagination of living beings. The duo fear that if the Nothing reaches their world, the destruction it would leave in its wake will destroy the ChalkZone due to the lack of imagination, to say nothing if it does enter the ChalkZone. The two vow to prevent the Nothing from causing more destruction, and since it can be destroyed with a sufficiently imaginative mind, Rudy became one of its strongest opposers, ready to banish it with his magic chalk.
  • Another thing to note is that as a chalk entity, liquids and other methods to erase chalk are anathema to Snap and can easily end him. Of course, the House of Life and Death is there to bring him back, but that's not an experience he wants to have often.
  • As mentioned prior, Rudy's greatest asset is his imagination, which he uses to solve problems within and out of the ChalkZone, his chalk summoning whatever tools he can think of to save the day. This lead the duo to meet up with other deities who weaponize their creativity and imagination, such as the Ressha Sentai ToQger, Hal Jordan, and Kyle Rainer. The ToQger are powered by their imagination, transforming into superheroes to defend the the Rainbow Line, a magic railway network powered by imagination, while the Lantern Rings have the ability to construct anything that the wielder desires, with Hal and Kyle using them to fight evil. The superheroes respect Rudy for his craftiness and responsibility with his imagination, while Rudy and Snap are excited to meet real superheroes in the Pantheon. Speaking about creativity, that happens to be one of the domains that Sheogorath lords over, though the duo are hesitant to meet him, given his chaotic, unstable nature, though the Daedric Prince does like the kid's imagination and wants him to try out his cheese in an offer of kinship.
  • Rudy met up with Nate Adams, another young boy who ended up discovering a whole new world of strange, quirky creatures with a special object. In Nate's case, he found the Yo-Kai Watch, a magical watch that allows him to see, interact, and befriend the mischievous Yo-Kai. The two boys quickly became friends as they related closely with each other's experiences. Nate does feel a bit envious of Rudy lacking his averageness complex, but is interested in seeing the denizens of ChalkZone, while Rudy wants to see the quirky Yo-Kai for himself.
  • With Snap being designed around a superhero aesthetic, he and Rudy would end up visiting the House of Heroism. The two positively geeked out over the presence of actual superheroes in the Pantheon, and quickly rushed up to them to ask them many questions about their adventures. The members of the House like the aformentioned Hal Jordan respect Rudy for using his creativity and imagination to solve problems within ChalkZone, while Snap hopes that one day he can get real superpowers of his own.
  • By the way, Snap HATES being called a Plucky Comic Relief, and will get upset if someone calls him that, even if he does get into situations a Plucky Comic Relief gets into often. Because of this, he's greatly annoyed by Jar Jar Binks for being the a very obvious example of the archetype, and refuses to associate with him. Certain groups like the Itazura Griefers and individuals like the Goose love to mess with him despite his protests, and find amusement in calling him a Plucky Comic Relief over and over.
  • Aside from chalk drawings, Rudy draws comics on the side. He's made newspaper comics involving Snap going through numerous adventures — although this came with a downside of many child gods making their own drawings of Snap ("Snips" as the real Snap calls them) — and he's been working on a comic that involved Vampire Cannibals. However, there was a bit of confusion on the title: did the vampires eat other vampires or were they cannibals that transformed into vampires? Rudy quickly explained that they eat other vampires. He hopes to impress Stan Lee with his work, even though it's been rejected for being a bit too edgy.
    • Then came the day that he tried to get pointers from the House of Vampires. Most of the good-natured ones had a laugh at Rudy's idea while the more neutral or evil ones didn't bother to answer.
  • One day in the House of School, Rudy was finishing up some chalk drawings onto the playground when he met up with a girl with blond pigtails also doing some drawings. That happened to be Bubbles of the Powerpuff Girls. Rudy was amazed at Bubbles' imagination and drawing, but when he spoke Bubbles was taken aback since, for some reason, he reminded her of Buttercup and the time Buttercup not only made fun of Bubbles' drawings but also destroyed her chalk. Upset with this, Rudy personally went to Buttercup to ask why she'd do such a thing. Buttercup explained that she was being insensitive and she eventually apologized for what she did. She also warned Rudy to be very wary of HIM as he used Bubbles' aggression to reanimate her chalk drawings to go on a rampage. Considering how much power the demon has, Rudy was quick to take the advice although warned Buttercup to not pull that trick again while he was around.
  • Can also be found in Workmanship.

Quasideities

    Courage's Computer 
Courage's Computer, Deified Snarky Inanimate Object
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  • Quasideity, with Intermediate-level research abilities
  • Symbol: Himself
  • Alignment: True Neutral, leaning to Lawful Good (had a brief stint as Neutral Evil)
  • Portfolio: Snarky Inanimate Object, Rude But Means Well, Deadpan Snarker, The Smart Guy, Access To Just About Anything, Once Took Over Muriel's Body, "You Twit"
  • Domains: Computers, Information, Snark, Research, Help
  • Interested in: The Admins, SCP-261
  • Allies: Courage the Cowardly Dog (relatively speaking), Muriel Bagge, Linkara, Krypto the Superdog, James Henry Trotter, Wikipe-tan and Trope-tan, Sherlock Holmes, Lex the Bookworm, Alan Turing, Hanamaru Kunikda, Dexter
  • On good terms with: The SCP Foundation, the Grand United Alliance of Good, most of the House of Knowledge, BMO
  • On speaking terms with: Eustace Bagge
  • Vitriolic Best Buds with: Marvin the Paranoid Android, Bender Rodriguez, Jake the Dog
  • Enemies: Katz, The Great Fusilli, ultimately any threat to Courage and Muriel, Vril Dox, Pokemon "Trainer" Rusty, me (that's SCP-426), The SCP that steals information of itself, Big Brother, computer viruses in general
  • Opposes: Fighter McWarrior, Billy, luddites, idiots
  • With Courage living in the middle of Nowhere, he needs easy access to information when all sorts of strange beings arrive on his doorstep. Fortunately his computer is there to give advice. Though supposedly just a computer, Courage's computer has an intelligence to it and perhaps just as importantly a sardonic, dry wit. Though a bit of a jerk, he's there to help Courage.
  • Some have wondered why he didn't ascend with Courage, being his computer after all. As it turned out he was lost in the paperwork that got Courage to the pantheon and for a time ended up in the SCP Foundation. While Courage's computer isn't allied with the Foundation as he's not enthused about being recruited, he does respect their gathering of information and dealing with analogies. He once tried to have a conversation with their anomalous vending machine as he was curious about its apparent demonstration of sentience.
  • Among the SCP Foundation he really doesn't like me, as I am a toaster who even he can't resist from speaking in the first person and for someone so snarky and a source of information being made to speak like me is incredibly frustrating. He doesn't like that SCP who steals information of itself either because he can't safely research it. Something I've noticed is that while he considers SCP-079 an anomalous threat, the two enjoy conversing about their feelings of being computers. And sometimes Inote  feel unappreciated.
  • As if his profile image, which is also his catchphrase, doesn't spell it out he doesn't care for idiots. Fighter and Billy deeply annoy him, especially Billy as they share a network. However he considers them relatively harmless. Courage's computer regards the forces of Ingsoc to be an actual threat when it comes to ignorance; they want to destroy him like any reliable source of information due to Big Brother's feelings that "ignorance is strength" and suppressing information to control the populace. The computer is offended that they took over one form of Britain. He also hates Rusty for being an abusive idiot.
  • Courage's computer is almost never seen in his actual house, being instead represented by a regular computer he sends links and emails to communicate through. Instead he is found in Courage's hall, and more than often communicates with the House of Knowledge. For a computer designed for the late 90s-early 2000s he's an excellent source of information. Still nowhere near the capability of the Admins, who fascinate him, but pretty damn impressive for a regular computer. Wikipe-tan and Trope-tan are in correspondence with him as they are the personifications of wikis, which compliments the researching capabilities of Courage's computer.
  • Courage's computer has a soft spot for James Henry Trotter as he reminds him of Courage, in all the good ways. He also likes Krypto for being a heroic dog like Courage. Sometimes Courage's computer is also found conversing with Jake the Dog but usually snarks and acts kind of dickish to him as he dislikes his laziness. However he knows Jake is a good boy and a fellow Cartoon Network deity. He's more fond of BMO, a fellow machine, but beyond them being helpful machines they don't have too much in common.
  • The computer believes it is better than organic beings due to not having fragile emotions, and to a lesser extent fleshy bodies. However he is not a machine supremacist and disagrees with the GUAM's goals. They tried to convince him to defect from Courage and no longer be a slave to the fleshy beings, which led him to retort with "so, like SKYNET's forces". He does sometimes have civil conversations with their less insane members but doesn't get the appeal. Brainiac kind of wants to take Courage's computer for himself, but just because he's a collector of knowledge and considers the computer a modest trophy.
  • Being a computer, Courage's computer can sometimes be found in the House of Machinery and Technology. Courage always makes sure to install anti-virus software against the living viruses in that house, as he was once infected by a computer virus. He can sometimes be found talking with Bender, though this "talk" is usually bickering. The computer doesn't mind too much as he considers his flippancy towards the Second Law of Robotics and personality amusing. The computer is more of an actual friend to Marvin the Paranoid Android, however Marvin is far more sulky, sardonic and critical than him so they sometimes have trouble getting along.
  • Among the alliances Courage's computer is closest to the GUAG, but mainly as a source of reliable information. He is a personal computer, so he isn't active enough for their liking even if he is helpful. Of course Courage is a member of the GUAG, so he leans more towards being good. That said he did have his moment of being evil due to feeling under-appreciated, leading to his possessing Muriel. However he left her body and got on better terms with Courage when he saved his computer.
  • Rather civil with Alan Turing, as he's a good-hearted Brit who's savvy when it comes to technology and the idea of A.I. Courage's Computer is also on good terms with Lex the Bookworm, Sherlock Holmes and Linkara. Lex is down to him being a bookwork and source of information, and Sherlock for being great at deduction and reasoning. Linkara likes his snarkiness and finds the computer useful in gathering information both on comic books and the different monsters and otherly beings who keep showing up in his house for some reason.
  • Plankton wonders if Courage's computer is composed of similar hardware to his own snarky computer, also his wife Karen. Courage's computer wouldn't be that surprised and has some respect for Karen, but prefers not to talk with the plankton because he's a smart idiot. He'd prefer talking with Dexter who's quite familiar with responsive computers as his primary company. Hanamaru Kunikda squeed at a sentient and well-intentioned, if snarky computer; she's fascinated by technology as she grew up in household with hardly any tech.

    Unown 
The Unown, Deified Collective Of Living Letters (Symbol Pokémon, Unknown)
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Unown lithograph
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A single "F" Unown up close
  • Quasideities individually (collective rank increases the more there are, peaking at Greater Deity tier)
  • Symbol: Themselves
  • Theme Music: Ruins of Alph (HGSS remix)
  • Alignment: True Neutral (Chaotic Neutral if left to indulge others' wishes and desires)
  • Ability: Levitate
  • Gender: Genderless
  • Sole move: Hidden Power (type depends on Unown)
  • Portfolio: Joke Character and Master of None, Supposedly Capable Of Great Power In Large Numbers, But This Is Impossible In Gameplay, Actually Gets To Demonstrate This In Other Canons, Hive Mind, No Biological Sex, Reality Warping in high numbers, Take The Form Of The Latin Alphabet For Some Reason, Mainly Consist Of One Floating Eye, Our Monsters Are Weird, Eldritch Abomination, Have Some Sort Of Relationship With Arceus
  • Domains: Letters, Psychic Power, Other Dimensions, Mystery
  • Superior: Arceus
  • Allies: Dialga, Palkia, and Giratina, Red, Calem and Serena, Harry Potter, the Jedi, the Flash, the Librarian, Histoire, Eko, Dream of the Endless
  • On good terms with: Kuriboh, The Genie, Shenron
  • Enemies: Team Rocket, Giovanni, Cyrus, Ghetsis Harmonia, Lysandre, Purple Eyes, Pokémon Hunter J, Lord Voldemort, Emperor Palpatine, Reverse-Flash, Hermaeus Mora, Bill Cipher, Kefka Palazzo, Father of the Homunculi, Galeem
  • Wary of: Kaa
  • Conflicting Opinion from: Entei, Ash Ketchum, Pikachu, Charizard, Misty, Brock
  • Unknown Connection: Suicune
  • Source of Interest for: Most of the Unown's enemies, those who seek ultimate knowledge and can warp reality, non-Latin script Mad Scientist-types, Levy McGarden, the SCP Foundation, the Truth, Yog-Sothoth, Isis
  • The Unown are one of the most enigmatic Pokémon out there. Interdimensional Psychic types first found in the form of heiroglyphics in the Ruin of Alph, there are at least twenty-eight variations. 26 of them look like each letter of the alphabet, and there's a couple that look like the "!" and "?" symbol respectively. On their own they are one of the most pathetic Pokémon as their lousy stats are coupled with literally only learning one move. However as a collective they grow in power with the more present, and are even capable of Reality Warping at a high enough number. They appear to share a Hive Mind and may or may not exist in the same universe as Dialga and Palkia.
  • After one catastrophic disaster in one battle in the Pantheonic Wars, answering the call of Arceus, the Unown came out of nowhere and congregated around him as they warped reality to undo the damage that had been wrought on the area. Some Trainers called foul on their Unowns they caught being unable to pull off such feats. This gave the Creation Pokémon an idea and he decided to ascend the Unown for Gameplay and Story Segregation. However people still complained at how unfair it was, so instead an even better trope was chosen instead; Anthropomorphic Typography. Entei wasn't comfortable with the fact the Unown never got the boot since it is still mad over the time they went out of control trying to grant a little girl's dreams, resulting in a dream Entei that was meant to represent her father. Suicune just wanted an answer from the Unown on why they posed with it in the Pokémon Crystal intro and never afterwards.
  • Ash and friends have occasionally helped out Unown, however they didn't give a good first impression because a collective of Unown almost destroyed a town when trying to fulfill Molly's dream. They may be weak individually but Unown are still eldritch abominations, though they are also still Pokémon and respect the player character as being worthy of their attention...which may be why no NPC ever has an Unown on the team. But that's just a theory since little is known about them. The Unown prefer to keep in their own reality, which is located somewhere between the Halls of Other Dimensions and Otherworldly and Unorthodox Locations. They try to avoid being anywhere near Bill Cipher. The Unown can lose control if they spend too much time turning dreams to reality, so they aren't a fan of a gleefully mad triangle who'd break physics for his sadistic amusement.
  • The Unown are also disturbed by Kefka Palazzo as his power has drove him mad, and his madness has drove him to be an absolute horror of a man. They have gravitated towards Dream of the Endless as they wish to avoid any mishaps in bringing dreams to life again, and it is beyond his specialty. They are somewhat intrigued by the genies Shenron and, well, Genie, and impressed in how they are able to handle granting wishes. The Unown are also finding themselves friendly with Kuriboh, as they like the little fluff ball's ability to be far more than what it seems at first glance. The Unown have also been recorded in Super Smash Bros. Melee either being summoned with a Pokeball and causing damage, or being a possible floating stage. They were one of the beings turned into a spirit due to Galeem's light attack on the universe, and safe to say they aren't ever going to let that go.
  • The Unown are fond of Eko because she reminds them of Molly to an extent. Their superior Arceus has warned them not to go overboard and grant her wishes, but they aren't interested in her like that. Rather, they are intrigued by her abilities to bring drawings to life. That said, they didn't choose her as a partner. For reasons mysterious to them, The Mob look to the Unown as an appropriate representation of themselves, and have occasionally taken their form in the past. Well, maybe not surprising as both are enigmatic, collective entities with great power in mass, but powerless individually. Their relationship seems to be pretty great, with the two of them often depending on each other for exerting much greater potential in their powers. Though they are kept in check by many suspicious deities just to make sure it doesn't go out of hand, even if The Mob aren't really malicious. It helps that they often take the form of a swarm of Unown that follows the player character.
  • With the right circumstances, Arceus is able to create an entirely new Creation Trio member using the Unown. Many have speculated on just what Unown's exact relation is to Arceus, with a popular theory being they are what the "thousand arms" is actually representing. The fact that through the Sinjoh Ruins the two can create a new, well, straight up god is why a lot of power hungry assholes want to take control of them. Voldemort, Darth Sidious, Reverse-Flash and Hermaeus Mora all see their potential in the Unown and hope to use their power to screw over their enemies, forcing the Symbol Pokémon to seek the aforementioned villains' enemies for protection. Demonstrating his haughtiness, Father has declared them some inherent fabric of reality and an alternative path to taking Truth. The Original One refuses to let him know if he's anywhere close to what the Unown are.
  • In defense of Hermaeus Mora, he's not in it because he's a power-hungry asshole. More so it's because of his association with fate and destiny: He's more on hoarding their knowledge than their power, as his schtick is to hoard any and all secrets, no matter the value. The Unown are often speculated on what their purpose is and what cosmic significance they have, and the SCP Foundation has managed to catch some of them for study. These enigmatic interdimensional beings will sometimes catch the attention of Yog-Sothoth and the Truth, who have expressed that they are part of some greater cosmic significance and who might form the slightest potential connection to their domains. Nobody is sure what they meant by that. Again, there is a reason why they are called the Unown.
  • Their rarity and strange power has made them a source of interest to Pokémon villains, much to their chagrin. They aren't fond of Team Rocket because of their experiments with radio waves, which disrupts and confuses them. Cyrus was fascinated by the fact they could just create one of the Creation Trio, though he would at least require Arceus' presence...fat chance the Alpha Pokémon will do that. Hunter J considers them exceptionally rare and that researchers will pay big in the black market to study them and intends to ensnare Unown for the other villains interested. This is yet another reason why the Unown prefer to stay within dusty old caves or their own dimension. Given that they are at least 50% eye, Unown also prefer being away from people because they're scared of being poked there. Them being mostly eye also makes them easy for Kaa to hypnotize, though the snake has never even thought about doing so to them so it's mainly their paranoia.
  • Several Mad Scientist-types whose main written language doesn't use Latin-script alphabets (which several languages—English among them—use) have taken an interest in synthesizing new Unowns to match their own languages. They need a few specimens first, however, but given how their power scales, there's a matter of not collecting too many subjects. As well as the chance of incurring Arceus' wrath. As someone whose powers are based on language, Levy has a cursory interest in the Unown as well, wondering if writing in their forms would produce different results. Isis, goddess of True Name knowledge, is intrigued by the fact Unown are living letters that can actually be used as a valid form of language and she is considering what she could do with them in order to help her pantheon.


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