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This place is actually a dungeon consisting of a series of rooms, with each deity from this House governing their own. In each room, there's a puzzle personally designed by the ruling deity, which must be solved in order to continue further. This challenge hasn't been cleared yet due to some of the puzzles being utter nonsense, so no one really knows what's at the end of the course (although everybody agrees that there's some sort of reward, as that would be a logical assumption to make)

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The current record holder is Professor Hershel Layton, with 10 rooms cleared.


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Greater Gods

     Gork and Mork 
Gork and Mork, Gods of Insane Troll Logic (Literal Mushrooms)
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Intermediate Gods

    The Regi Trio 
Regice, Registeel and Regirock, Triumvirate Deities of Necessary Guides and Absurdly Obtuse Puzzles (Legendary Titans, Legendary Golems, The Regi Trio | Regice: The Iceberg Pokémon | Registeel: The Iron Pokémon | Regirock: The Rock Peak Pokémon)
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    Turbo/King Candy 
Turbo, God of Hypocrites With A Valid Argument (King Candy)
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Turbo in his King Candy disguise(left), true form(center) and Cybug form(right)

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Lesser Gods

    Charles Victor Szasz/The Question 
Charles Victor Szasz, God of Conspiracy Nutters (The Question, Vic Sage, "Nutjob", "That Kook")
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A Question Mark.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (or possibly Good. He wouldn't fill out Their questionnaire)
  • Portfolio: The Crazy-Prepared, Conspiracy Theorists, Crazy Survivalists, The Awesomely Insane, Ancient Conspiracy, Government Conspiracy, The Milkman Conspiracy — Oh, To Hell With It: All Conspiracies.
  • Domains: Illusion, Trickery, Shadow.
  • Subscribers to His Newsletter: Bosco, Dale Gribble, R-Truth, Ronaldo Fryman.
  • Allies: Renée Montoya/The Question II (his successor and former Herald), Bruce Wayne/Batman, Agent Fox Mulder
  • Rivals: Spock
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, Dinah Laurel Lance/Black Canary
  • Enemies: Edward Nigma/The Riddler, Joss Whedon
  • Opposed by: Adrian Veidt/Ozymandias
  • Whenever there are people who sprout theories out of nowhere, chances are they come from a man named Charles Victor Szasz. Of course that could be a theory in of itself. He is one of the few in the Pantheon not to dismiss any sort of intel given to him. Every day, he would post approved theories in his newsletter as well as within his temple walls for all to see.
    • Fought for the position with Rorschach, until they realized they were essentially the same person, resulting in their fusion into a single, impossibly crazy sane super(or at least Badass Normal)-being. Rorschach went on to become a deity himself in a different house.
    • There's another reason Rorschach likes him so much. It is rumored that it was the Question who sent his journal that could unravel Ozymandias' entire plan for world peace. Adrian has spent his entire existence in the Pantheon to make sure that the Question doesn't get the word out in his world. It's only a matter of time before the Question is confronted with that man.
    • It's not known what Question's views on Roschach are, though the Question is not a fan of the latter's misogyny or hinted homophobia. After all, his successor, Renee, is a lesbian.
  • Is on a never-ending quest to prove the validity of all of Luna Lovegood's bizarre theories. He insists that he's proven at least half of them, but nobody can make heads or tails of his evidence.
    • Along the way he became the only man to know what the Council of Shadows is planning. Few believe him.
  • Is permanently banned from the House of Life and Death for all eternity after getting caught several times trying to unplug the God-Emperor of Mankind from the Golden Throne. He keeps insisting that it is a hoax to maintain that world's xenophobia towards alien races.
  • Not to be confused with Victor Zsasz, who is a more evil brand of crazy. Note the placement of the first 'Z' and the first 'S' in each of their surnames. The Question is more intrigued than anything, willing to test out if humans are truly nothing more than zombies.
  • Is on bad terms with both the Green Arrow and Black Canary given they've tussled a couple times. Ollie's merely annoyed that his antics give people questioning corporations a bad name. He's at least good enough in a fight to team up should their interests align.
  • Batman was quick not to dismiss him entirely. For all of his ramblings, his most urgent conspiracies turn out to be true after all. Bruce openly admits to subscribing to his newsletter if only to see what the Question has posted.
  • Much of his extraterrestrial theories have originated from Fox Mulder. It's safe to say that he sides with the believer at all times. Scully can only roll her eyes so much with how many times Mulder points to Victor's newsletter as valid evidence of his theories.
  • Considers The Riddler to be an unworthy holder of his title. Those riddles are child's play next to the questions he asks himself his whole life. Many wonder if the Riddler would challenge the Question for the ultimate game of wits, but he has yet to answer. A few gods think Edward didn't want to be embarrassed a second time.
  • There was a time when he had another take up the moniker of the Question. Renee Montoya, a police officer of Gotham PD, took over from him for a time. She has since given back the title, but is willing to take over the temple whenever he leaves.
  • The ascension of Joss Whedon brought tension between the two's followers. Many of the Question's theories on fandoms have been shot down by Joss's official ruling on the term. Some have resorted to creating their own worlds where their theories are true.
  • Most of his theories have been put under scrutiny by the God of Logic. Some of them may be sound, but the Vulcan may reject others for being completely illogical. To his dismay, a large number in the subhouse of Logic think otherwise, with the Question enjoying the support.

    Luna Lovegood 
Luna Lovegood, Goddess of Zany Theories (Loony Luna)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A Crumple-Horned Snorkack horn
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Epileptic Trees, Head in the Clouds, Appalling Honesty, Vacant Staring.
  • Domains: Intelligence, Magic.
  • Allies: Osaka, Harry Potter, Hermione, Ron Weasley, Neville Longbottom, Princess Luna, Luna (Sailor Moon), Amélie Poulain, Abed Nadir, Dipper and Mabel Pines
  • Enemies: Dolores Umbridge, Lord Voldemort, Bellatrix Lestrange, Peter Pettigrew
  • Odd Friendship: Ralph Wiggum
  • Some would call her a nutjob, a loony bird and sometimes both. Harry Potter would call her one of his most reliable allies. Luna Lovegood is always ready to believe whatever the God of Functional Magic says, even if it seems unbelievable. Even Ron eventually admired her behavior, even if he still somewhat teases her about it.
    • Claims to have seen Neville Longbottom's potential from the start. It became more evident when they reformed Dumbledore's Army in Harry's absence. He has since thanked her for giving him more confidence in his skills than most would.
  • She and her closest deity friend Osaka are constantly one-upping each other to see who can tell the weirdest story.
  • Occasionally, characters who feel that they have been wronged by their canon portrayal will make a pilgrimage to Cloudcuckooland to seek an audience with Luna. If she sympathizes with their tale of woe (and she almost always does), she will plant an Epileptic Tree on their behalf. As a result, many characters who would otherwise be followers of the Alliance of Evil have a soft spot for her. (A GREAT many. Just look at the Wild Mass Guessing section.)
    • It was she who originally came up with the theory that Madoka was in on Homura's plan on taking her powers to being with, so that she could take some well-deserved me-time and search for the Flying Gorfalorf, which had been mentioned in a back issue of the Quibbler, so that she could make steak out of it. Hermione blasted a huge hole in it by pointing out for that theory to hold water, Madoka would have to be an absolute tosser of a person; there are much better ways to take a vacation than convoluted schemes that end with her dearest friend a pariah amongst the Sisterhood and the Sisterhood itself tied in horrible knots. Besides, if it was for the sake of some steak that didn't exist, all Madoka would have to do is say the word and the Sisterhood would trip over itself trying to get her some. Luna responded indignantly that Gorfalorf steak DID exist; she had eaten some the Thursday prior.
  • Is often visited by The Question who was eager to hear each of her Epileptic Trees. He is in the process of finding the origins of her behavior as well as she has divination magic. Unfortunately, not even Luna believed in that last one though she encouraged him to prove her wrong.
  • Few in the Pantheon admires Ralph's non sequiturs more than Luna. She has grown a fascination of the boy, wondering how he gets his ideas.
  • Most lesser deities would balk at standing anywhere near Princess Luna even on a good day. Lovegood checks on her every single day. The wizard could care less; she likes the company of her namesake, especially one with such a complicated history.
  • Unlike Harry, she was never revealed to have had a pet. Yet she believed she would have gotten a cat. She got that idea from meeting Luna, Sailor Moon's mentor cat. The cat was surprised at how well the girl disarmed her snark. She even said she liked Luna more than Usagi, though it's likely to be a joke.
  • Luna had always wondered why narrators spoke in such a way to only include important parts of the story. She was relieved to find someone who wanted to add the little things in life. Amélie Poulain prefers to add Narrative Filigree to add more realism to stories. Many may balk at the thought of filler, but Luna theories that even those details can reveal an author's personality. The two enjoy the company either way.
  • Claimed to have visited the Shire itself. The hobbits were baffled how that was even possible. The Question chalked it up as another mystery to investigate.
  • When the Pines twins entered the Pantheon, both were excited to see her. Dipper in particular was excited to meet someone who would actually believe his evidence about Gravity Falls. Instead, she connected more with Mabel as her attitude intrigued her more. While disappointed, Dipper continues to ask her for advice.

    Mako Mankanshoku 
Mako Mankanshoku, Goddess who Wins through Illogical Points
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    Pinky and the Brain 
Pinky and the Brain, the Pondering Gods
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  • Theme Music: Pinky and the Brain theme
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: Their cage
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (Pinky); True Neutral (The Brain, though he'll insist that he's Lawful Evil)
  • Portfolio: Are You Pondering What I'm Pondering?, Heterosexual Life-Partners, Big Guy, Little Guy, Iron Butt Monkeys
  • Domains: Mice, Pondering, Schemes
  • Allies: The Warner Siblings, Freakazoid, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Chou Chou
  • Enemies: the Grand United Alliance of Destruction.
  • Odd Friendship: Billy Kane.
  • Opposes: Smokers.
  • One of them is a genius, the other's insane. The two (the Brain mostly) come up with schemes to Take Over the World, but usually aren't successful. In the planning stages, the Brain goes on a tangent on what the plan entails and Pinky's thought process during these instances...is not really on the same wavelength as the Brain most of the time.
  • The two originally had their own titles and temples, but many noticed that them being separate made no sense whatsoever, so the Court of the Gods came in and decided to rectify the problem.
  • One of few gods who really take the Brain seriously is Kira Daidouji. Where she has not accepted responsibly to look after him, she seems to visit him in order to hatch new plans for world domination.
  • Pinky alternates his time between going along with the Brain's schemes to take over the Pantheon proper, and hanging out with the Prinnies. The Brain keeps trying to warn him that "narf, dood!" will never catch on as a Catchphrase.
  • Surprisingly enough (at least, as far as the Brain is concerned, since Pinky is scared of that particular alliance), opposition towards the Great United Alliance of Destruction is present. It's because if that particular alliance destroys the world, there wouldn't be anything for the Brain to take over after that.
  • On a really bad day, the Brain will get tired of Pinky's shit.
  • Lately, the Brain has been frustrated since these happen more often than not:
    Pinky: "Gee Brain, what do you wanna do tonight?"
    Brain: "The same thing we do every night, Pinky — try to take over the world!"
    • Currently, the Brain is trying to figure out a way so that M. Bison doesn't teleport in on them during the planning stages of a particular scheme.
  • They have a relatively complicated relationship with many of the deities hailing from the Mouse World. Most of the deities from such have a bit of an issue with the Brain trying to set himself up as evil. For their part though, they can rest easy knowing that the Brain is not really as evil as he makes himself out to be.
  • One time, the Brain got involved with promoting tobacco until he realized that children were smoking the product and turned against the tobacco industry as a result. Both mice are actually supportive of Billy Kane's anti-smoking ideals and are helping him promote such.
  • In case you're wondering, no. They don't remember anything about a third member of their group, nor are they interested in hiring one.
  • The Brain actually intends on taking over the world so that it can be a better place for everyone. Some still aren't entirely sure what his ideas of making it better are, but they do know that, via the House of Time and Space, that it's very likely something positive will come of it.
    • Apparently, he found out that fellow villain Crow intends to do just that as well, although with added golden statues of himself, a couple holidays named after him and the acknowledgement that he's the leader the world deserves. While Brain is a bit cautious of what Crow means by this himself, he can certainly see where Crow is coming from with his idea, and thus, for now at least, is comfortable working with him.
  • Every now and then, the Brain hangs out with Mojo Jojo, likely given their world-takeover interest. The monkey doesn't know about the fact that the Brain wants to take over the world for the better for now.
  • They decided to meet up with the current holder of one of Brain's former titles out of interest. Although they didn't expect a little girl to hold that title at first, the mice were impressed with Chou Chou's world-takeover track record and started to hang out with her. The two admit that Chou Chou's split-personality thing will take some getting used to and tend to hang around with her Ego form the most (though Pinky is already a fan of her hyper and ditz personalities).
  • It's hard to say which one is the genius and which one is insane. For all the Brain's intellectual attitude, Pinky is keenly observant and there have been instances where a plan that Pinky puts into action have been closer to success than those of the Brain. Neither are willing to say which one is the genius and which one is insane, and it's likely that this particular question won't get answered for a long time.
  • Pinky, are you pondering what I'm pondering?

    Rossiu 
Rossiu Adai, God of Misplaced Genre Savviness (Forehead Boy)
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    Seija Kijin 
Seija Kijin, Goddess of Interface Screws and Contradiction
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  • Lesser Goddess (Intermediate Goddess when using all of her items)
  • Theme Music: Reverse Ideology
  • Symbol: A circle made out of black, white and red arrows.
  • Alignment: The Opposite of You. Though to give her one alignment, Chaotic Neutral with emphasis on Chaotic.
  • Portfolio: Screwing with the screen, Those who Oppose Anyone, Thinking The Opposite of People, Trolls, Weak Powers, yet being That One Boss, Turned Playable, Amanojaku.
  • Domains: Youkais, gameplay, conflict.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Her own Itazura Griefers group (Lambdadelta, Miyo Takano, Rei Shingetsu/Vector, Tohru Adachi, Gengar, Ratatoskr)
  • Opposes: Everyone else! But in particular, The Trollkaiger. Especially Hazama.
  • An amanojaku who exists to be the opposite of everyone else. In her home realm, she was the manipulative mastermind of the Miracle Mallet incident, which had effects on Reimu Hakurei, Marisa Kirisame and Sakuya Izayoi, who started to act weirdly due to their weapons having been possessed. Though she is not that strong, she was still really difficult.
    • However, her ascension came when she became a star of her own game, where she was able to clear out almost impossible spellcard patterns using a bunch of (empowered) junk, truly impressing everyone.
  • If it wasn't clear already, Seija opposes everyone. Not in the sense of "being the ultimate evil" like Anti-Monitor or Grima, nor an Omnicidal Maniac Knight Templar like Zamasu, but more like "a Troll who wants everyone to hate her". That is the true nature of amanojaku, after all.
    • Because of this, Trollkaiger has gained interest in her, and want her to join their ranks. Where Seija does not like to amuse anyone with her actions, she thinks that being in a group who would oppose almost everyone in the Pantheon would be a great idea. She has no plans on officially joining them, however.
    • Ironically, she is the only associate of Trollkaiger who knows about Hazama's existence. Why she is allowed to know about his existence? Simple: Seija thinks that telling about Hazama would be way too easy and figures she can benefit from keeping Hazama a secret.
  • She knows the visual similarities she shares with Ryuko Matoi. She has gone as far as to wear a fake Senketsu and carry a fake Scissor Blade to intentionally piss her off. However, she has made a deal that she can mess with Nui Harime, if Ryuko can suggest good enough of a plan.
    • Another favourite target of hers is Viridian. She just loves to screw with him whenever he is flipping gravity around.
  • To the surprise of many, she actually helped Sakuya and the rest of the Scarlet Devil Mansion crew to save Remilia and make her a goddess. Apparently she just wanted to show that she is not really on GUAE's side by attacking Dracula and Dio Brando, and to piss off Terumi by having another "shitty vampire" ascend.
  • Was surprised that Shinmyoumaru Sukuna managed to ascend into the Pantheon. However, in something of what can be considered kindness, she decided not to give her a "welcoming party" and left her alone for now. Seiji claims that it is simply because of her being such a good tool before the Miracle Mallet incident was solved.
  • Her co-operation with the Trollkaiger came to a stop when she became the leader of the Itazura Griefers. Why is she the leader? Because that position is where she's least likely to screw with the others. Why did she accept it? Because to her, a neutral group between LOL Rangers and Trollkaigers would mean that she can mess with anyone she wishes and not be weighted down by her "alliance".
  • Also can be found inside the House of Gaming.
  • "The way you reject is the way that I choose, since I know it’ll drive you insane..."

    Spock 
Spock, God of Logical Responses (Commander Spock)
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    Willy Wonka 
Willy Wonka, God of Wacky Thinkers (The Candy Man)
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Demigods

    Dana Scully and Fox Mulder 
Dana Scully and Fox Mulder, Goddess of the Skeptics and God of the Believers (Agent Scully/Agent Mulder, Dr. Scully/"Spooky" Mulder)
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  • Demigods
  • Symbol: (Scully) Old-school laptop for writing reports. (Mulder) Blurry UFO image
  • Theme Music: "The X-Files" Theme Song
  • Alignment: (Scully) Lawful Good (Mulder) Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Both: Occult Detectives, UST
  • Domains: Both: Investigation, Law
    • Scully: Science
    • Mulder: Knowledge
  • Allies:
    • Scully: Switch
    • Mulder: The Question
  • Never appear without each other covering their backs. It is rumored that at the dawn of time, Mulder and Scully were often operating independently but very few members of the Pantheon can remember that far back.
  • Mulder was the first Pantheon member (after the Question and Batman, who knew all along) who picked up the existence of GUAE, though he didn't have proof to convince other gods.
  • Mulder is amazed with all of the strange and bizarre things that in the Pantheon and does his best to document each and every one of them.
  • For whatever reason, their theme song seemed to have been associated with anything vaguely related to the Illuminati.
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