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The Pantheon is what most would call a massive cluster of worlds, settlements, ideas, and environments packaged into one another and then laid out in a seemingly indescribable manner. One place, you'll be seeing gorgeous natural scenery, in another, it's a huge, bustling city full of lights and noise, someplace else is dead quiet with nothing really sticking out and one place would be constant rumbles and the sound of beasts patrolling the lands either in search of prey or patrolling their territory. This particular House... is more along the lines of an observatory point that oversees and keeps track of the many places that are established in the Pantheon

The House of Locations and Settings was formed as a means of developing a close hub and support spot for the House of Travel, with which it has very strong ties. Appearance-wise, it's not actually an amalgamation of every conceivable area that can be projected in a normal mind. Instead, it's a large dome that hosts a transport spot to nearly every place imaginable. Interestingly, it's pretty similar to the Houses of Legacy and Influence and Science; it's a combination of a museum and a research center whose main goal is to document and observe any sort of environment, location, and settlement possible. The idea of preservation and respecting them is dependent on just how important a place's ecology and economic importance is and how tainted and corrupted it is.

At the center of the dome is a massive spire, whose diameter and height would be mistaken for a skyscraper. Said spire serves as a direct connection to the House of Time And Space where on the top is a station built to observe places that normally cannot be reached by any normal means and provide a gateway to other realms. Results about this have been pretty mixed, with many worrying about how it could create an unintentional bridge to unknown threats. Thankfully, defensive measures and further security has been provided and supplied by supporting Houses to ensure occupants and visitors are kept safe and secure.

Not to be confused with the Dominions Expansion , which is an official registration of literal locations and settings from all sorts of different worlds, while the House of Locations and Settings is more akin to establish deities who represent a part/aspect of a setting. Though that said, that, and this House do share a strong connection with one another and the conservation and monitoring of any realm registered into the Pantheonic Dominion are treated as a high priority here. The House of Nature is also a realm that has a close association, thanks to its massive abundance of natural biomes and landmarks.

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The Grand Settlers

    Dante Alighieri 
Dante Alighieri, God of Those who go to Hell and Return (Durante degli Alighieri, il Sommo Poeta (The Surpeme Poet), The Father of the Italian language, Dante, Traveler of the Burning Abyss)
When he needs to whup some ass 
  • Intermediate God (Greater God when invoking the powers of Divine Armor and Redemption)
  • Symbol: The Divine Comedy beside The Red Cross of The Crusaders
  • Theme Song: Battle with Adraman, Redemption
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral (with shades of Neutral Good)
  • Portfolio: Does not like Corrupt Priests, Badass Bookworm, Sees Beatrice as his muse, His Reaction to Virgil, The Atoner, Demon Slaying, Historical Badass Upgrade, Death's Scythe, his primary weapon, The sin that made him atone
  • Domains: Redemption, Forgiveness, Writing, Fighting, Traveling, Poets
  • Heralds: Publius Vergilius Maro/Virgil (his Spirit Advisor) and Beatrice Portinari (his muse/wife).
  • Allies: The other Dante, Gabriel Belmont, Asia Argento, Alexander Anderson, Simon Belmont, William Shakespeare, Kamijou Touma, Ezio Auditore, Anyone that enjoys his poetry
  • Enemies: YHVH, Cerberus, Satan, Vergil, Zobek, Dante of the Deep Forrest and Father Homunculus, Allant, Kirei Kotomine, Enrico Pucci, Judge Frollo, the evil Demons in the House of Otherness
  • Opposes: Kratos, Alucard (Hellsing)
  • Pities: Homura Akemi
  • A very gifted poet that has written many works though his is often known for one of his greatest works is The Divine Comedy. Something that he written through experience. He has also proven to be a strong warrior with him starting in The Feditore a cavallo (a sect of Knights that go through the most dangerous tasks) and later The Crusaders.
    • He is also secretly an Assassin, helping Ezio's ancestor Domenico Auditore to survive and establish the Auditore family. As such, Ezio respects him and becomes his ally.
  • He has fought many powerful Demons, Spirits, Death and even The Devil himself and has shown that he would be quick to bring up arms to fight those that stand in his way.
  • When he first discovered that his writing hero Virgil was in the Pantheon he was happy and went to The House of Family only to find Vergil. Needless to say it ended in a fight that was eventually broken up, by Vergil's brother named Dante no less, and he later discovered where he truly was. The two Dantes got along much better as they talked, and though Alighieri viewed the Son of Sparda as being something of a careless showoff, they both agreed that evil monsters and demons had to be stopped where they were found.
  • When he first discovered Lucifer he readied himself for another battle with The Prince of Darkness only to find that he was nothing like the Fallen Angel that he fought before. Though Lucifer found Dante's skills extraordinary, and told him of YHVH's misdeeds in an attempt to sway him, Dante refused to join him.
    Dante: YHVH is a mockery of the god I serve, and your preaching of anarchy and chaos repulses me. Why would I choose between two evils when I can serve the side of good?
    • Then he met Satan, who in turn recognized him. The two engaged in a close battle but Satan escaped him. The two have become remained bitter enemies. Though it raises questions of Satan's connection with Dante it has earned him an ally in Gabriel.
  • Utterly disgusted by YHVH, who he sees as a black-hearted mockery of the Christian God, and like Gabriel he refuses to acknowledge the Lord of Order as such.
  • Has seen similarities between himself and Gabriel Belmont, he has offered to help further redeem him as he travels the earth.
  • Does understand what it is like to fight through hell and back for a loved one and has offered to help those that go through the same ordeal.
    • Considers Homura Akemi to be a dark reflection of him: she went through her own version of hell for someone she loved, but where Dante managed to make it through his journey and emerge victorious into the light, Homura was broken by her ordeal, and her love for Madoka twisted into something dark and poisonous. Despite the terrible sin she committed, her self-proclaimed demonhood and the fact she works with Lucifer, he feels only pity for her: such an ordeal would easily break someone far stronger than some scared, lonely, self-loathing little girl.
  • Is often disliked by some of the evil members in The House of Life and Death due to him defeating his version of Death and taking his scythe.
  • Does not like corrupt priests as to him they are a mockery of God's will and their deceptions nearly damned him to Hell itself.
  • Does not appreciate The God of War threatening his Advisor and has issued a warning that he will stop him if he harms any of his allies.
  • Will sometimes offer those that seek redemption to stand in the Presence of his Cross so that it will slowly absolve them of their sin. Those beyond redemption, however, will meet a Cruel and Unusual Death, first with him punching them viciously in the gut and then stabbing them in the face with his scythe.
  • Although he only invokes them when fighting, Dante is actually capable of very powerful magic. He can greatly increase his strength and power through what he considers as "Redemption", but his greatest power is the Divine Armor granted to him by God. Under the effects of this holy power, Dante not only becomes completely immune to the vast majority of what the GUAE can throw at him, but also regenerates any damage that he has taken to nearly full health, no matter how grievous his injuries. Although he cannot maintain both powers indefinitely, while they are active he can go toe-to-toe with Greater Gods and other beings supposedly much more powerful than himself. Melkor is wary of this combination, for it signifies when Dante is at his most powerful.
    • He supposedly has a similar power known as Lust Storm, but Dante prefers not to use this power as it is not only less practical than Divine Armor, but is also a reminder of one of his greatest sins.
  • He swears that he has never encountered the Eleventh Level of Hell, rumored to have "An obnoxious douchebag with unconvincing dreads who puts grapes in his nose and constantly shout 'Bloopity bloopity bloopity bloopity' and makes those who see him instantly wet themselves and cry in fear."
  • Has recently found himself interested in a trading card game as it depicts a significant part of his journey through Hell.
  • Another Dante has now entered the Pantheon, a female Alchemist who in her time was responsible for constructing several and commanding all of the Homunculi based around the Seven Deadly Sins, and is now one of the leaders in the organization containing the original progenitor of these sin-based abominations along with several of his spawn. He's made his feelings clear on her as well as the Homunculi's Father: he despises both of them.

    The Pevensie Siblings 
The Pevensiesnote , The Holy Sibling Quartet of Blitz Evacuees (Kings and Queens of Narnia, Sons of Adam, Sons of Eve | Peter: Pete, Peter the Magnificent, High King, Emperor of the Lone Islands, Lord of Cair Paravel, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Lion, Sir Peter Wolf's-Bane | Susan: Susan the Gente, High Queen, Marksman Queen, Queen Susan of the Horn | Edmund: Ed, Edumnd the Just, Duke of Lantern Waste, Count of the Western March, Knight of the Noble Order of the Table | Lucy: Lu, Lucy the Valiant)
Left-To-Right: Edmund, Peter, Lucy and Susan
The Pevensie Siblings during the Events of Prince Caspian 
  • Lesser God/desses (due to their positions as kings and queens of Narnia, they have the authority of an Intermediate God)
  • Symbol: A Shield with a Red Lion in the center.
  • Theme Song: "Narnia Theme Song"
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, formerly Neutral Good (Edmund had a brief stint of being Chaotic Neutral)
  • Portfolio: Blitz Evacuees, Were Revealed to Have Died in a Train Crash and that Narnia was an Idealized Dream and Paradise (Except Susan)
  • Domains: Evacuees, Destiny, Rulers, Monarchs, Siblings, Family
  • Heralds: Prince Caspian the Tenth, Eustace Scrubb, Jill Pole, Digory Kirke, Polly Plummer
  • Superior: Aslan
  • Allies: Aragorn, King Arthur Pendragon, Princess Zelda, Link, Sigmar Heldenhammer, Artoria Pendragon, The Oz Gang, Gandalf, Karl Franz, Tyrion, Teclis, Princess Sofia, Diana of Themyscira/Wonder Woman, Seita, Setsuko, Suzu Houjou, Hikaru Shidou, Umi Ryuzaki, Fuu Hououji, Oliver, Aurora, Niko, Kazuma Satou, Naofumi Iwatani, The Digidestined
  • Enemies: Jadis the White Witch, Melkor, Sauron, Griffith, Archaon, Malekith, Morathi, Nagash, Ganondorf, Damien Thorn, Queen Potema Septim, Alduin, Tywin Lannister, Joffrey Baratheon, Ramsay Bolton, The Wicked Witch of the West, Queen Nehelenia, The Nameless God, Grogar
  • On Good Terms With: Golbez
  • Conflicting Opinion: The Dragonborn
  • Pities: Guts, Jaime Lannister, Tyrion Lannister, Cassiopeia the White Witch
  • Respected By: Lucifer (one-sided on his end), The Hall of Siblings
  • Opposes: The Four Chaos Gods, Molag Bal, Daenerys Targeryannote , Satan (includes Dis, The Beast, Satan (LoS) and Satan (Paradise Lost)), Nazi-Associated Deities
  • Four siblings in the Pevensie family were caught in the middle of an air battle between the Allies and the Axis in World War II and in the ensuing chaos, their house was destroyed. The children managed to survive, but without a home, their mother decided it would be best for them to be sent away to a country house to remain safe from the war. There, the youngest, Lucy discovers, to her surprise, that a wardrobe there led to a magical world and took a while to convince her older siblings to believe in her. They explored the world known as Narnia and met up with numerous fantastical creatures and figures, in addition to learning about the fate of the world has been through an endless winter caused by a tyrannical figure only known as the White Witch. One of the kids, Edmund, ditches his siblings to join the White Witch, but ultimately returns after witnessing just how cruel and depraved she is and are met by a lion known as Aslan, who is the true king of Narnia. Determined to stop the White Witch, the Pevensies align with many of the races who opposed the witch's reign and went on to battle against the White Witch's forces after she made it clear that she intended to kill her enemies to assert her cruelty and misery towards others after supposedly killing Aslan. However, with the unexpected return of Aslan, the Pevensies and their allies won the battle and according to destiny, the Pevensies were to be anointed kings and queens of Narnia in Aslan's place, which they accepted with grace.
    • Years later, during their reign as kings and queens, they would eventually return to the real world, their age being reverted back to when they first entered the magical world. They would return, whereupon a thousand years had passed in Narnia's time, where its ruler, Prince Caspian the Tenth, called upon aid, which came in the form of the Pevensies. Together, they made an effort to defeat a group of pirates known as the Telmarines, though Peter and Susan were given notice that they may never return to Narnia due to their growing age. Edmund and Lucy would also aid their cousin, Eustace Scrubb, in returning to Narnia to aid Caspian in looking for exiled Telemarines, though once the journey was completed, Edmund and Lucy were given the same notice as Peter and Lucy beforehand that they may never return. Years pass and it was ultimately revealed that the Pevensies, minus Susan, all died in a train crash; Narnia was merely them going on to a new world and Paradise where Aslan governed the just.
  • Peter, Edmund and Lucy led a joyous, blessed life granted to them by Aslan after their stories, but the absence of Susan meant that there was a missing piece in their lives. Determined to reunite with the older sister, the three of them took to seeking advice and answers from Aslan, who had since become a respected and revered deity in a new realm known as the Trope Pantheons. He was willing to help out, although the newfound stress of also having to look after his new friends and comrades in the Pantheon meant that he couldn't always be there for the Pevensies, even if he wanted to. This prompted Peter, Edmund, and Lucy to seek it themselves, and with enough hard work, they were able to find and reunite with Susan, who took a while to accept that Narnia was, and still is, a reality. The reunited siblings were now whole again and the Pantheon was now ready to formally accept them. Though there was a cost in that their jubilant lives would now be faced with new perils and threats from here on out.
  • The Pevensies are highly respected and celebrates by deities who have a strong association with siblings. Naturally, they were considered honorary members for the Hall of Siblings where they're usually content with expressing how they see each other as brothers and sisters and how they have struggled to look after and protect Narnia. Even so, the four of them are just as protective for the Hall, with Edmund being surprisingly the most staunch about it. It seems as if he wants to make up for the time he was a jerk, even after his Character Development.
    • Similarly, The House of Royalty also reciprocated the feeling and were willing to grant the four as honorary members of the Fierce Protectors of Royalty, though the Pevensies, especially Lucy, were a little shy about the proposition at first. They really got along with Aragorn and King Arthur, mainly under the virtue that they were chosen rulers who had to prove their worth and hence were well-regarded by their peers. Princess Zelda was also just as commendable, comparing the Pevensies' acts to those of Link. Through this newfound friendship, the Pevensies are eager to visit the lands of Middle-earth and Hyrule, which Aragorn and Zelda highly encouraged to do so.
  • Through the Pantheon, the Pevensies began to become more familiar and aware of the various fantasy settings whose beings also found a way to the Pantheonic realms. Many of the worlds were magical in a pleasant sort of way and they have considered taking a visit. Other magical worlds, on the other hand, were not just dangerous, but also a total wreck in one way or another.
    • The Warhammer World was one of those worlds which the Pevensies expressed nervousness about when it came to their thoughts of visiting it. They quickly learned about the many dangers and perils of the world and familiarised themselves with its greatest threats; Malekith, Nagash and Archaon and the siblings quickly took to opposing them. They hate Nagash the most, mainly due to how sadistic and malevolent he was in general, alongside his story of destroying his country not being too far off from what Jadis did to Charn, with Nagash even being willing to kill his younger brother without remorse for the throne of Nehekhara being the total antithesis of what the Pevensies would do for one another. Archaon and Malekith are also dire threats with the former being rather reminiscent of Tash. That said, Lucy does pity the circumstances of their fall to villainy and can be pitiable, though Archaon doesn't really care while Malekith is a lot more noble and reasonable than the sadistic Dark Elves that he lords over, including his mother, Morathi.
    • There was also the land of Westeros, where the concept and presence of Magic were instead dominated by harsh societal upbringing and principles and shrewd politics that determined who was fit to be king and who was fit to rule the lands with an iron fist. While there were unambiguously good, even heroic beings that the Pevensies got along with, it didn't take away the amount of vile, despicable beings that they realized, especially Joffrey Baratheon and Ramsay Bolton, two heirs who have proven themselves to be the very worst rulers that Westeros has had. Both were the opposite of what a good king and ruler should be and neither of them has any loyalty or empathy towards anyone. Even Lucy isn't making any attempts to understand or empathize with them as their actions have proven more than enough to show that they are Beyond Redemption.
    • Perhaps the most harrowing is the land of Midland where humanity seemingly is in a loss of hope and driven to despair by demonic beings known as Apostles. One such human, Guts, however, came to revolt against destiny countless times and now wants to provide something beneficial for his traveling companions. The Pevensies were greatly saddened to learn of the Black Swordsman's upbringing and his experience as a mercenary and while Guts appreciates their gesture, he told the Pevensies that it is best for them to leave him alone for now. It's his way of wanting them safe from his enemies, especially Griffith.
  • To the surprise of many, the Pevensies have a good understanding and maintain a civil partnership with Golbez, of all people. Though the reason for their alliance makes more sense if their background is given any indication; Golbez was a truly good, if rather unruly, being who was brainwashed into evil and had to be snapped out by his younger brother, Cecil Harvey. He and Edmund were able to bond over this, given that the latter himself had an antagonistic relationship with his siblings before he turned his demeanor around for the better. As a result, Edmund would often take advice from Golbez on how to be a better warrior and to empathize towards others, and vice-versa and Golbez himself was pleased by the Pevensies' hospitality towards them.
  • Their story has a lot of references and influences from Christian tales and epics, which is especially apparent as Aslan himself is an allegory of Jesus. As a result, they are naturally inclined to oppose against Satan (or, in the case of the Pantheon, a number of different versions) due to his rampant contempt for God and Humanity, which would also be thrown towards Aslan and the Pevensies by proxy. Amusingly, there was a version of Satan that wound up being rather pitiable and clumsy in comparison. The Pevensies saw that he wasn't really all that malicious and that he treats his own Hell as a sort of vacation spot, which generated a rather awkward response from the brothers and sisters. This Satan sometimes intends on inviting them to his hell, though they're rather uncomfortable about the proposition, much to Satan's chagrin.
    • To their shock, they ended up earning the admiration of another version of Satan, who instead goes by Lucifer, if mainly because he found their story to be one of personal growth and triumph, and with each sibling displaying various virtues and quirks which emphasized Lucifer's belief of Humans Are Special. However, this is one-sided on his end; his goal of freedom and individuality is not really one of benevolence but rather based on how one can continue triumphing their adversaries for one's self, which wasn't exactly what the Pevensies were fond of, seeing as they wanted to promote harmony and grace for all their friends, family, and subjects. This doesn't deter Lucifer, who instead insists to the Pevensies that they continue with their goals, which they instead saw as patronizing.
    • Satanic Archetypes and Anti-Christ analogies have also come into opposition against the Pevensies, mainly because the siblings' nature of being chosen to lead a period of harmony and their loving and noble nature heavily contradicts their perspective of sundering the world to their whims. Naturally, Damien Thorn keeps himself wary of the Pevensies, though, with his divine and political influence, he believes he can outlast them with his supporters and his determination to see evil win. Griffith is another harbinger of discord, however, his position of posing a deceptive image as a benevolent, holy savior and ruler of light has infuriated Aslan as well as have the Pevensies in high alert. Griffith himself sees the Pevensies and Aslan as worthless and weak, not being fit to be in any position of matching up against him, though many have pointed out that this is mainly a result of Griffith's raging Narcississm and God-Complex. Meanwhile, Aslan and the Pevensies are more worried about the fact that Griffith might be eyeing to take over Narnia for himself.
    • They also vehemently stand against other evil rulers, such as Melkor and Sauron, both of whom are dark figures who have made a history of sundering pain, suffering, madness, and fear towards others. However, Melkor wanted to destroy whereas Sauron sought total control, but regardless, they were doing it only for themselves. Melkor, trying to take in Aslan's criticisms towards him, decided that he will smite the Pevensies as a response, while Sauron wants to see them suffer as he takes over Narnia and ruins it far worse than Jadis did. That, and both don't want the embarrassing notion that four mortal beings could defeat/terrify them like it has happened back in their home realms and thus, are more proactive in being in the field in case they were to battle against the Pevensies in one way or another. Grogar is another malicious overlord, who sees Narnia as a promising land to take over, though predictably, the Pevensies and Aslan are having none of it.
  • They have some sympathy towards those who were caught in World War II, especially non-combatants who were in the wrong place at the wrong time and it helps that their home was destroyed in an air raid. The Pevensies, as a result, came to befriend Suzu Houjou, who had to endure surviving in war-torn Japan whilst also losing her arms in a blast. Suzu herself was intrigued, but ultimately upset at how most of the siblings died in a train crash, but regardless wished them gratitude and luck in the Pantheon, which the Pevensies repaid by being one of her more frequent visitors. A more tragic case came with Seita and Setsuko, a sibling pair who lost everything in WWII before they passed away from exhaustion and malnutrition. While Britain and Japan were on opposing sides, the Pevensies still insisted that they pay their respects to the two children and get along with them. Seita was endeared by the Pevensies' willingness to simply getting along despite the past and they became friends, with Setsuko being a favorite to play along with for the brothers and sisters.
  • Lucy, the youngest of the siblings, is easily the most popular and likable of the group as she normally tends to keep up an upbeat and optimistic perspective on things. On top of that, she is eager to befriend anyone that she meets for the most part and would do whatever she takes to help those in need, more so than her siblings. For this, she became friends with Fluttershy, who also normally has the same demeanor in life. The two make a concentrated effort to go around the Pantheon and provide assistance to friends in case they're in peril or help and the two have since become patrons of aid and care to many of the Pantheon's residents.
  • Edmund is one of the most stalwart in regards to familial care and loyalty, if mainly because his past experiences as an unruly jerk did nearly cost him a lot and has since made a concentrated effort to become a letter person. When he encounters siblings similar to him before his change, Edmund does make an effort to lecture and teach them how to be a better person, with his personal experience being a case study for them to learn and apply to their life perspective. On the subject of annoying siblings, he quickly befriended D.W. Read, who, while not as bad, tends to pester her older brother, Arthur quite a lot, though D.W. also makes it clear that she loves him and she came to respect Edmund for changing his attitude.
  • Susan had admitted that being the only survivor of her siblings has been pretty hard and that coming to terms with it was an even harder task. Regardless, she has kept to her interests in fashion, whilst also appreciating and keeping to her natural talents as an archer. Learning about the state of the Pantheon and the new dangers that she is learning about, she is open to taking training sessions to improve her archery skills, seeing famous archers like Green Arrow, Hawkeye, Hanzo Shimada, and Katniss Everdeen as potential mentors to be taught under. While the four of them have had their fair share of troubles, they are open to teach a fellow archer like Susan to become better and more flexible in their craft, which she appreciated.
    • The fact that Susan was not among those who entered Aslan's Country due to being interested in "nylons, lipstick, and invitations" has not exactly been thought of much in high regard. In fact, Susan herself has taken to agreeing on it. Though that said, her interests are intact and she has admitted that she did have to contend with the death of her family for a long time. Speaking of her passion for fashion, Susan got along well with Rarity and saw some intrigue in Equestria, if mainly due to its idealistic fantasy setting not being unlike Narnia. Rarity herself has seen interest in the other fantastical land, though she admits that she's wary of Jadis. Beyond that, Rarity is open to teaching Susan a few things about fashion designs and makeup in the House of Costumes.
  • Peter, being the oldest and most responsible of the Pevensies, tends to be the one who insists on taking up any sort of burden that would harm his family. He got to befriend Jon Snow for reminding him of Prince Caspian to some extent, alongside Jon's strong family values towards the Starks being a commendable and admirable quality that Peter could relate to. The Pevensies do sympathize with Jon's turbulence, especially having had to fight against fantastical, political, and militant threats to ensure his survival and his family's preservation, while Jon wishes to travel to Narnia after hearing about how much different it was from Westeros and seeing if good political relations can be made between the Narnians and the Starks. Peter and Susan also became friends with Ashitaka, an exiled prince of the Emishi tribe who was forced to leave after contracting a deadly curse upon defeating Nago, a trained boar God and through his travels, met and worked with a princess known as San to remove his curse and stop a conflict between the denizens of San's forest and a local mining settlement called the Tataraba/Iron Town. Though there was a cost, Peter and Susan still expressed their respect for Ashitaka and welcomed him as a good friend. He was endeared enough to make attempts to hang out with them and hopes to have San meet up with the Pevensies, thinking each other would be of great company.
  • The quartet became good friends with Oliver, considering the circumstances of their tales are pretty similar, with Oliver, an ordinary boy, being whisked into a magical world where he also had to save it from the threat of another White Witch. Interestingly, the Pevensies were surprised to find out that the White Witch that Oliver dealt with, Cassiopeia, was nowhere near as evil as Jadis and that after being humbled, she did decide to go on and make amends with those that she wronged. On the contrary, Oliver was horrified to learn just how petty and despicable Jadis was and has promised the Pevensies that he will be there for them if he is ever needed.
    • On a similar note, the Magic Knight trio of Hikaru Shidou, Umi Ryuuzaki, and Fuu Hououji were also endeared by the world of Narnia and their heroes, so they were really anticipating meeting the Pevensies for their positions as the kings and queens of their land. And it paid off for them; the Magic Knights are stalwart warriors of good, the kinds that Aslan would find commendable and they became well-accommodated with the siblings. They were also able to relate to the trio having to save another land that they were not native to, although the circumstances of Cephiro's strife were a lot more complicated than they first appeared.
    • Aurora was a monarchal heir who was thrust into a journey to save the kingdom of Lemuria. She commended the Pevensies for their dedication to one another and the respect they received and commanded from their friends and followers as they reminded her of the companions that she had in her travels. She wishes to visit Narnia someday, but regardless, sees the Pevensies as good friends who are always available for help and vice-versa. She does wish them the best of luck in their new story.
    • They also got along with a group of unorthodox groups who still went on to provide and save their lands from a greater evil. That said, they do have some difficulty in dealing with the traveling party of Kazuma Satou. While he does want to do good and has done so on a number of occasions, his companions, especially Aqua, are notorious for creating more troubles and instigating problems for the group in general and the Pevensies found the whole experience oddly amusing. Naofumi Iwatani was a more normal case, but still, with his traveling members being two humanoid beings who are not wholly accustomed to society, it was a difficult journey, though they still proved their worth by saving the parallel world that he was sent to and proving his innocence from a ridiculous, yet serious assault allegation. Two intergenerational groups of kids, the Digidestined were also tasked to save the Digital World, an alternate realm where beings known as Digimon were the dominant race. The Pevensies saw a lot in common with them, especially given that they too had a few siblings, which allowed them to better understand one another. Still, the Pevensies are wary of the Digital World, even if its concept seems intriguing enough for them to consider entering. That, and the Digidestined think that the Pevensies would be great Digimon owners due to their strong sense of camaraderie and care towards others.
  • Their experience with Jadis has made the Pevensies quite wary of vain and wicked sorceresses, though Jadis herself does affirm herself as one of the worst. One of these is Morathi, a Dark Elf seer and mother of the aforementioned Malekith who manipulated her son into discord and is one of the reasons the Elves of her world struggle with racial strife against one another. That she also indulges in hedonistic activities and is not above mocking and torturing her foes made her one of the most staunch foes regarding the Pevensies. The Wicked Witch of the West has come to envy Narnia and its rulers for being more popular than she is and is not above threatening her foes' loved ones if she can find leverage and Queen Nehelenia is a being who champions her vanity and trapping her victims into a Magic Mirror is not unlike Jadis turning whatever displeases her into ice statues. While Nehelenia revels in her villainy and aspires to be hated, the Pevensies, especially Lucy, pity her, a response that she does not take kindly to.
  • The Pevensies learned of The Nameless God during their travels in the Pantheon and immediately registered him as a being to take caution of, as it is a being who lulls unsuspecting beings into its personal domain, the Nameless Island, and pitting them into a "tribute" which is a cover to starve the followed from being acknowledged. While this normally involves supposed arranged marriages, the Pevensies are still terrified of just what the Nameless God is capable of. The fact that it was once a human makes him more creepy, though its restless madness and its depressing past do elicit some sort of pity. While they do feel about it, the Pevensies ultimately admit that the best way to end its madness is by killing it, an act that they're uncomfortable with.

    Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith 
Rick Sanchez and Mortimer "Morty" Smith, Co-Gods of The Interdimensional Travel Device
Rick And Morty, respectively

The Sunderers

Amatsu-Mikaboshi, Anti-God of the Primordial Chaos (Chaos King, Ama-No-Kagaseo, Amatsu Mikaboshi, August Star of Heaven, Oblivion)

    The Crime Syndicate of America 
The Crime Syndicate of AmericaMembers , Divine Representatives Of Morally Flipped Universes (Crime Syndicate of Amerika (Anti-Matter incarnation) | Ultraman: Kal-Ul, Lt. Clark Kent, Kal-Il | Owlman: Thomas Wayne Jr. | Superwoman: Lois Lane | Johnny Quick: Jonathan Allen | Power Ring: Harold "Hal" Jordan, Joseph Harrolds)
From left to right, non-ascended are italicized: (Top row) Power Ring, Ultraman, Superwoman, Deathstorm (Bottom row) Grid, Owlman, Johnny Quick with Atomica on his shoulder

    The Shadow Monster/The Mind Flayer 
The Shadow Monster, Unholy Being of the Dark World (The Mind Flayer, The The Brain, "He")
An Avatar’s Physical Form