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Greater Gods

    Raoh 
Raoh, God of Death by Awesomeness (Ken-Oh, The King of Fists, Conqueror of the Century's End)
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    The Crow 
The Crow, Goddess of Karmic Deaths (Crowhorn, Crowbey)
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  • Greater Goddess Overdeity if powered up with Empowering Arrows and Manifestation Energy
  • Alignment: Believes itself to be Above Good and Evil, is actually Chaotic Evil
  • Symbol: 12 crow's feathers arranged into a circle
  • Portfolio: Karmic Death, Non-Indicative Name, Kick the Dog, Big Bad, Eldritch Abomination, Devour the Dragon, Apocalypse How, Drunk on the Dark Side, Evil Is Hammy, Turned Against Their Masters, Walking Spoiler, Red Eyes, Take Warning, Creepy Crows, No Name Given
  • Domains: Death, Irony, Evil, Destruction
  • Allies: The GUAD, Lord Shen, The Grand Duke of Owls, Clockwerk, Mephiles the Dark, Gul'dan.
  • Enemies: The Vivid Team, Gertrud Barkhorn, EVE, Crimson Viper, Mogo, The House of Birds, Nazuna Inuwaka, Hayate Yagami, Lois Lane, Daphne Blake, Carmelita Fox, Billy Hatcher
  • Opposes: The Incubators
  • Following The Crow's defeat at the hands of the Vivid Team and Rei Kuroki, The Crow somehow managed to enter the Pantheon disguised as a regular Crow.
    • Many deities enjoy humiliating The Crow because they find it hilariously ironic that she was killed by not only her pawn but also, the girl who gave her back her humanity.
  • When it was caught wind that The Crow had ascended, The Vivid Team had a simultaneous heart attack and sigh of relief because they feared that she would try to destroy the Pantheon, but they relaxed when they realized there were no sources of Manifestation Energy in the Pantheon and The Crow found herself unable to give Empowering Arrows to anyone else after her last pawn.
  • Many deities have noted some similarities between The Crow and Kyubey as they both empower young girls under the guise of giving something they want while not giving two shits about their suffering. However, while Kyubey does give the Puella Magi what they (think they) want and ultimately has a noble goal (however screwed up the way he'll pursue it) to save the universe, the Crow flat out lies to her pawns and wishes to destroy it.
  • While The Crow is almost universally reviled among the Pantheon, The Crow has allied herself with the GUAD so they can find a way to siphon Manifestation Energy from the mortal world so she can use it by itself to destroy the universe.
  • Despite there being many deities who hate The Crow, she gets a lot more hatred from Gertrud Barkhorn, EVE, Crimson Viper, Lois Lane, Daphne Blake, and Carmelita Fox as they hate how they share certain qualities with an Omnicidal Maniac.
  • The Crow found herself getting along well with the other evil birds of the pantheon such as Lord Shen, Clockwerk and the Grand Duke of Owls. Even more so with Clockwerk as he's not actually a bird either.
  • There are no deities who trust The Crow because she always lies about giving others what they want in exchange for helping her but one deity who shares The Crow's mindset is Mephiles the Dark because he also lied to someone about giving them something in exchange for them doing something for him.
  • Despite them using crows as a motif, The Crow is not allies with Hayate Yagami, Eric Draven or Nazuna Inuwaka as all of them would much rather keep the pantheon safe from The Crow, rather than allow her destroy it.

Intermediate Gods

    Grommash Hellscream 
Grommash Hellscream, God of Redeeming Death (Grom Hellscream, Savior of the Orcs, Warchief of the Iron Horde)
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  • Theme Song: "Grommash Hellscream".
  • Intermediate God.
  • Symbol: The symbol of the Warsong clan.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: AAAARRRGGHHH!!!, The Gorehowl Axe, Dying so Awesomely it Redeems Him and His Race, 'Thin' Orcs, Relishing in Battle, Doing Leeroy Jenkins Before The Trope Namer, Quick Axe Fighters, Craziness, Ex-Devil Dealers.
  • Domains: Life and Death, War, Combat.
  • Allies: Thrall, Baine Bloodhoof, Vol'Jin, Axe, Darth Vader, Leeroy Jenkins, Raoh.
  • Complicated Relations: Garrosh Hellscream
  • Rivals: Malfurion Stormrage, Jaina Proudmoore.
  • Enemies: The whole Demon house, Gul'dan.
  • Always being the proud leader of the Warsong clan, Grom was once a more or less in-line of the typical Savage Orc until Thrall made him change his mind. But old habits die hard and got him corrupted, but once freed, Grom proceeds to reclaim the destiny of the Orcs by slaying the corrupter, Mannoroth. The curse of the orcs lifted, Grom has saved them, his savagery redeemed and thus he would be remembered as the savior of the Orcs. Such an epic tale that eventually the Pantheon handed him this throne.
    • It was also known that both Raoh and Darth Vader approved this, as Raoh considered his death very awesome nearly to the point of matching his 'Defiant Stance To Heaven', and Darth Vader saying that how he redeems himself and the Orcs remind him on how Vader redeemed himself to Luke.
  • The first thing Grom did after entering the Pantheon is to visit his friend Thrall, and come to check on the current Horde. He seems... indifferent and fine towards the new leaders, such as Baine, Vol'Jin and Lor'themar. Deep down, however, Grom has respected Thrall so much that he doesn't care if the 'official' Warchief is Vol'Jin. For him, it's always Thrall.
    • However, he has mixed feelings towards his son Garrosh. On one hand, he's proud that he displays the ferocity befitting of a Hellscream. On one hand, he's kind of disappointed that he ran his legacy to the ground. But of all things, Grom still cares for his son very much, and regardless of what everyone said, he considered Garrosh's act of saving him in the alternate verse where he created the Iron Horde a proof of being the son of Hellscream.
  • Reactions over the 'alliance' remain mixed, however. Malfurion still held the grudge over his slaying of Cenarius, though he is aware that to become this 'savior', Cenarius had to die (and Cenarius and the elves with him apparently attacked the orcs first). Jaina occasionally slipped off on how his son destroyed her home and her love for peace in the future, something that scared her to death. Grom's not expected to show any sympathy, but he's aware of those sentiments.
  • He is a strong contender to one day jump into the battlefield of Blizzard deities one day. The question is when. He's fine with his son coming in first.
  • Surprisingly for an orc, Grom considers himself thin, not muscular. Say that in front of everyone else, and it'll leave them puzzled, because for their standards, Grom is packed.
  • He's trying to find a house for breath mints. While screaming is excellent for intimidating the enemy, it's havoc on the throat.
  • Amongst the Defenders of the Ancients, he gets along very well with Axe, who was said to have learned a thing or two from Grom. Grom is impressed with his axe-play, but gets embarrassed when Axe mentions that he learned from his demonic self.
    • On the other hand, he had a weird feeling towards Azwraith, because he seemed to formerly use a part of his style, only with a spear.
  • Believe it or not, Grom have been 'Leeroy'-ing before Leeroy Jenkins ever came to existence. Thrall could attest when that time he wanted to travel through Stonetalon Peak. When Grom met Leeroy in person, he was actually amused and now considers him one of the few "pinkskins" he can tolerate.
  • He has a distaste to the whole house of Demons, mainly because everyone there reminds him of Mannoroth: Corruptive and abusive.
  • "I can wait no longer!"

    Ignitus 
Ignitus, God of Ironic Deaths
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The fire element symbol
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Ascended to a Higher Plane of Existence, Badass Grandpa, Breath Weapon, Death by Irony, Heroic Sacrifice, Old Master, Playing with Fire, Proof of the Mentor Occupational Hazard, Seer
  • Domains: Death, Dragons, Fire, Seers
  • Heralds: Terrador, Volteer, and Cyril
  • Allies: Spyro (possibly his son), non-evil dragon deities (especially the good), Hunter and Bianca, Sparx, the League of Extreme Fatherhood, Asgore Dreemurr, Toriel, Mufasa, Obi-Wan, the Panda King
  • Enemies: Malefor, Deathwing, Ragnaros, Alduin, Miraak, Ripto, Gnasty Gnorc, Lord Shen
  • Opposes: The Child Abuse Supporters, any abusive parent or parental figure
  • Pities: Flowey
  • The deities of the House of Life and Death highly considered Ignitus for ascension when he suffered a particularly ironic death. He was the Fire Guardian, and he ended up dying in a fire saving Spyro and Cynder. Ignitus is a dragon and a fire elemental who died in a fire. Originally after his death, Ignitus was chosen to be the new Chronicler. As such, the deities were uncertain if he would accept his potential position in the Pantheon or not. All it took for him to accept, though, was the realization that Spyro had also ascended.
  • Ignitus brought the other three Guardians, Terrador, Volteer, and Cyril with him as his Heralds. It would seem that even his death couldn't separate the four of them. Together, they form a Four-Element Ensemble of fire (Ignitus), earth (Terrador), electricity (Volteer), and ice (Cyril). It's also worth noting that many deities in the Pantheon suspect that Volteer and Cyril might be a couple, mostly because they argue like an old married couple. Nepeta reportedly has the two of them in a matespritship on her shipping wall.
  • Ignitus and Spyro go back a long way. In his Legend incarnation, Ignitus had to let him go when he was just an egg to keep him from being killed during the raid on the Temple. Eventually they reunited and Ignitus served as his father figure and mentor up until his death. Spyro also considers the other three guardians to be like uncles. Many believe that Ignitus might actually be Spyro's biological father, though. Despite the fact that this can't be proven for certain, there's no denying that the bond is still there.
  • When Hunter and Bianca ascended, Ignitus, along with Spyro and Sparx, through them a lively party to celebrate. There was no celebrating when Ripto ascended, however. The Riptoc as always remained disgusted and enraged by the presence of dragons.
  • Malefor's presence in the Pantheon brings back horrible memories for Ignitus, as he was largely responsible for his death. He keeps a watchful eye on the Dark Master, should he ever attempt to cause trouble in the Pantheon.
  • Ignitus is pretty well-liked among the House of Family, aside from the Child Abuse Supporters, probably because of the great lengths he was willing to go to for Spyro and Cynder's benefit. This is what ultimately led to his death by heroic sacrifice, after all. This is how he met Mufasa, Toriel, and Asgore by extension. He thinks it's a real shame what happened to Asgore and Toriel's son, and wishes the two of them could get along better. Sometimes he serves as mediator for them. The League of Extreme Fatherhood is fond of Ignitus for the same reasons, and the feeling is definitely mutual. He is also fairly well-aquainted with non-evil dragon deities of the Pantheon, especially the good dragons.
  • Ignitus is particularly impressed by the Panda King and his willingness to do anything to save his daughter, as well as his renouncement of evil.
  • Ignitus and Obi-Wan can often be seen exchanging stories from their time as mentors. Obi-Wan has offered Ignitus many condolences for what happened to him.
  • Ragnaros loves to mock Ignitus for the circumstances behind his death. He thinks it's completely pathetic that a dragon such as himself perished the way he did. Many other deities can only shake their heads at this. Maybe someday he'll learn that bullying a dragon isn't such a good idea?
  • Ignitus has joined many other deities in the opposition of Deathwing. Having the word "destroyer" in his name certainly wasn't helpful in getting on his good side.
  • Ignitus and Lord Shen are not exactly on good terms either. Not only does Ignitus detest him for what he's done in the past, but something else really unsettles the both of them. They're not really sure what it is, though.
  • Unfortunately, Ignitus became wrapped up in the drama that had surrounded Miraak's ascension. He, along with the other dragons of the Pantheon, were brainwashed by him until he was able to be pacified. Ever since, Ignitus is understandably not fond of Miraak.
  • Ignitus can't help but look on at Flowey with sadness and pity. He is well-aware that the flower is actually Asgore and Toriel's lost son, Asriel. It really hurts to see how twisted and warped he has become, and Ignitus really hopes that the situation can be remedied someday.

    Johannes 
Johannes, God of Dramatic Player Deaths (The Prince, The Traitor, The Fountain, Brohannes)
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    The Masked Man 
The Masked Man, God of Those Who Had Died Free (Claus of the Nowhere Islands)
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Unmasked 
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: None (He has stripped his outfit entirely of Pigmask imagery since he does not acknowledge his former affiliation with the Pigmasks).
  • Theme Song: What's That?!, Strong One (Masked Man), Battle Against the Masked Man
  • Alignment: True Neutral with Neutral Good tendencies. He would formerly exhibit Neutral Evil tendencies
  • Portfolio: Malevolent Masked Man, being granted the top spot in an army for his ability to dominate his opponents, villanious determination, Tragic Anti-Villain, forcibly converted into an emotionless cybernetically augmented human, Walking Spoiler status in his home series that became widely known over time, the evil half of a two brother duo, until he got better, likewise, providing one half of a Red Oni, Blue Oni duo, a backstory and appearance Not So Different from Darth Vader, Used to Be a Sweet Kid until he was rebuilt and brainwashed by the Big Bad, Left for Dead since they Never Found the Body, killed himself upon realizing who he really was, and died in his family's arms afterwards
  • Domains: The brainwashed, cybernetically augmented life forms (not just human), psychic powers
  • Allies: Pretty much all of the House of Ambiguity, in particular, the house of Anti-Villains. Also, Dust, Golbez, and N
  • Rivals: Darth Vader, Samus Aran, Meta Knight
  • Enemies: Ghetsis, Palpatine, Giygas, Porky Minch note(spoilers) 
  • Opposes: Viktor. In fact, pretty much every single member of the Grand United Alliance of Machines given that he does not believe in total subjugation of organic life.
  • Avoids: Lucas, Ness (under an oath of secrecy)
  • Hailing from the Nowhere Islands, the Masked Man was one of a series of biological experiments performed by the Pigmask Army called "The Chimera Project." The Pigmasks have recovered this subject unconscious (he was left for dead after a dangerous fight with another fellow Chimera). Allegedly, he was taken in after witnessing that he could utilize certain psychic powers that could further their mission. As a result, his right eye and right hand have been mechanically augmented with a bionic eye and a handcannon not unlike Samus Aran, respectively.
  • A side effect of his life-saving reconstruction (or maybe part of the project thereof) was that he had lost nearly all of his personality prior to reconstruction. Negotiations and interviews with former Pigmask scientists have revealed that this was indeed a combination of the augmentation process, though shortly after the success of the process, he was sent to "conditioning" not unlike what regular Pigmask troops undergo. What little is left is an emotionless machine confined to do Porky's bidding. As such, he was dispatched to pull the Seven Needles, an act that is said would recreate the world under the puller's image. (though it is unknown whether Porky knew if the world would be recreated under his image)
  • He does not acknowledge his Chimera co-experimentees as brethren. In fact, he shows resentment to his former boss following his ascension.
  • His ascension came by shortly after his death. Just before the final Needle, he had fought Lucas over pulling it, as both of them had pulled three others beforehand. In a tragic series of events, a tiny shred of humanity had reawoken within the Masked Man. Remembering who he was as Lucas's brother Claus, he killed himself by overloading his energy sword, discharging it against Lucas's Attack Reflector, and succumbing to the resulting energy shock. In his final moments, Claus had felt relieved that he could be aside Lucas as himself before his passing.
  • Honor-bound to the GUAG Ministry of Atonement.
  • He has embarked on a Quest for Identity in an attempt to try to fully reconcile his old self with his augmented self. He turns to Dust to help him out, as well as the House of Ambiguity. In a way, Masked Man's own quest draws parallels to Dust's.
    • Dust had told him about Fuse, a warrior who had also been driven to insanity (to the point of massacring an entire village of innocents) following a cybernetic augmentation process conducted to save his life, and was therefore fought and killed by Dust (whom Fuse had identified as a deadly soldier who had killed several members of Fuse's own species) before he could continue his rampage. The Masked Man shows pity to Fuse's case. Given the circumstances between Dust and Fuse's fight, he is worried that in his case, should he encounter someone who knows his past, he or she may actively lash out against him much as how Fuse did to Dust. The Masked Man notes that this is an inversion between Dust and Fuse's case.
  • He has decided to maintain his ascension as a secret to his good-aligned Earthbound co-deities, until he deems appropriate. He claims it is because of how Lucas would react from his brother's sudden reappearance, though others claim it is due to his pact with the GUAG. Even more believe it is part of his Quest for Identity, and the most cynical claim that it is because of his actions post-augmentation. So far, he has not encountered any of them in person.
    • He avoids Ness thanks to his close connections to Lucas.
  • Is in mutual understanding (no real friendship between the two) with fellow Ministry of Atonement acolyte Golbez, someone else who had undertaken a Redemption Quest to reclaim their identity following their ascension. The two were also honor-bound to not make contact with their respective brothers while undertaking this quest. They each mutually look forward to the others' quests coming to a successful conclusion, to reunite with their brothers fully. It also helps that the Golbez is another Darth Vader Clone.
  • Frequently spars against Darth Vader, swords only. Does the same with Samus Aran, though with no limits. Due to Samus's association with the Master Hand tournament series, he does not hold these practice sessions as much, unless Samus needs a sparring partner. The same applies to Meta Knight.
  • Palpatine is one individual whom Masked Man will actively fight in sight, as a result of his Manipulative Bastard methods.
  • Is a frequent spectator of the Master Hand tournament series since its 2007 inception, and wagers on matches frequently.

Lesser Gods

    Adam MacIntyre 
Adam MacIntyre, God of Dying While Laughing (Adam the Clown)
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  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: His chainsaws
  • Theme Song: Adam's Boss Theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy, Dual-wields Chainsaws, Giggling Villain, Large Ham, Laughing Mad, Lightning Bruiser, Made of Iron, Monster Clown, Tragic Villain
  • Domains: Clowns, Chainsaws, Insanity, Acrobatics, Shows, Laughter
  • Allies: The Joker, Needless Kane, Pennywise the Dancing Clown, SCP-993, Kefka Palazzo, Dimentio, Champ, Piggsy, Leatherface
  • Enemies: Frank West, Nathan Drake, Billy, Ben Tennyson, Jack Cayman, Juliet Starling, Ash Williams, The House of Undead, Leon S. Kennedy, Simon Henriksson
  • Opposed by: Krusty the Clown, Ronald McDonald
  • Adam MacIntyre used to be just a regular mall clown, with a dedicated audience that loved him. That, until the Zombie Apocalypse hit his town and he witnessed his audience be devoured by the zombies (Implied to be mostly children), which drove him mad. Frank West was unfortunate enough to encounter him near the roller coaster, which Adam kept running so the zombies would be distracted but eventually he was defeated by Frank and died by being cut by his own chainsaws. All while laughing maniacally.
  • Ecstatic to meet a new audience to perform, the first thing he did was go to the House of Children and start juggling his chainsaws in front of a terrified crowd of kids. He was eventually kicked out, but Adam proved to be super troublesome to deal with that it took an entire group to just immobilize and then return to his temple.
  • Frank West is less than thrilled to learn that Adam has reached the pantheon and prefers to avoid him. Adam hasn't forgotten about him and while from time to time visit Frank for a "special show". It doesn't help that Frank considers him one of the toughest foes he ever faced.
  • Nathan Drake was terrified the moment he set eyes on Adam and because of accidentally bumping into him, Adam started chasing him. While there are plenty of clowns in the pantheon, Adam is the one that terrifies Nate the most after their deadly encounter.
    • Something similar happened with Billy, who once again was proven correct with his idea that all clowns are evil and want to destroy everyone. In an unexpected turn of events, Billy managed to fend off Adam by throwing oranges at him, one ending up hitting Adam in the face and accidentally he got cut by his chainsaws....again.
  • Turns out he wasn't the only clown of his brand as there were plenty of others like him. Pennywise was the first one to approach him given their similar appearances and thought that befriending Adam would aid him in his plans to feed on children. The Joker certainly finds him entertaining, if only because he finds Adam juggling his chainsaws to be impressive while Bobble the Clown has tried to convince Adam to be part of his show.
  • Other more saner clowns oppose Adam for his sheer insanity and how dangerous he is. Well, Ronald McDonald at least does, Krusty was very upset when Adam one upstaged him and actually did an entertaining show to his audience without harming any children. But he made sure to never tell one about that incident.
  • Yes, his Dual Wielding Chainsaws haven't gone unnoticed by other deities especially those who also use it for combat. Both Leatherface and Piggsy are good friends of Adam, probably because all three are deranged killer and psychopats and Adam even considers using them for his shows. Others like Jack Cayman, Ash Williams or Juliet Starling are impressed he uses two chainsaws at once but believe they are better fighters overall than him.
    • Then there are people like Leon Kennedy or Simon Henriksson that hate Adam because he reminds me of the chainsaw creatures they faced in the past and would rather avoid the clown entirely. Didn't help that Adam also is super durable like the enemies they have faced before.
  • While Adam might be a psychopathic clown, he still hates zombies and whenever he sees one he won't hesitate to attack them. He is actually fairly effective at killing most of them and often can be seen doing that in the House of Undead. Until one of the elite members kick him out anyway.
  • He is actually pretty smart for a crazy clown, as he was able to figure out that the zombies from his world were distracted by the roller coaster and usually in case a zombie outbreak occurs, he is usually very capable of fending them off. Of course, that doesn't mean that he still is very dangerous if provoked.
  • Apparently, he is able to control a small group of Servbots. The reason for that is because of a small button he has in his outfit with a servbot face in it, so that's why the follow him. Don't ask.
  • Can also be found in the House of Laughter:

    Apollo Creed 
Apollo Creed, God Of Casualties In The Ring (The Dancing Destroyer, The Doctor Of Destruction, The King of Sting, The Count of Monte Fisto, The Prince of Punch, The Master of Disaster, The One and Only)
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    Benkei 
Saito no Musashibo Benkei, God of Standing While Dying (Benkei the Monk, Oniwakanote , Oniwakamaru, The Warrior Monk, The Loyal, Ferocious Monk)
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    Gray Fox 
Frank Jaeger, God of Death-Foreshadowing Disfigurement (Gray Fox, Grey Fox, Frank Hunter, Frankie, The Cyborg Ninja, Perfect Soldier, Null, Your #1 Fan, Deepthroat)
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    Herr Frederick von Twirlenkiller 
Herr Frederick von Twirlenkiller, God of Fatal Ends by Jet Turbines
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His helmet and turbines
  • Theme Song: Bang
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Putting on the Reich, Jet Turbine Arms, Killed by his own weapons through Literal Disarming, Badass Longcoat, Creating tornadoes and riding them, Can still do this while amputated
  • Domains: Wind, Cyborgs, Death
  • On Good Terms With: The House of Slaughter, Akande Ogundimu/Doomfist
  • Rivals: Wamuu, Rashid, Storm Eagle
  • Enemies: Jack Cayman, Blacker Baron, Big Bull, Nikolai Dmitri Bulygin, Big Band, members of Overwatch
  • Avoided by: Syndrome
  • Ranked 98th in Deathwatch, Frederick was formerly a captain of a ship but was nearly killed and turned into a cyborg by Deathwatch contestants. He made quite the name for himself as a contestant, having fought against past champion Kreese Kreely where he collapsed one of his lungs. Then he met Jack Cayman, and you can guess how the good cyborg ended up in the Pantheon. Turns out Jack's chainsaw is pretty sharp, and he put it to good use in disarming him. There's also the fact that Jack was the former Grand Champion of Deathwatch before becoming a Chaser, which is another good reason as to why he lost. Still, Frederick wants a rematch one day.
    • Regarding the other deities from his world (well, kind of) he doesn't have much to say about them. About the only thing can be said is his annoyance that Jack's allies are getting in the way of his rematch. They show up at the right time to fend him off (though he admits there's something different about the Baron this time around). Nikolai's different case, however. To the BPS Officer, Frederick is just another lawless psycho in the world and has instigated conflict with him. Frederick meanwhile enjoys trashing lots of the Mecha Mooks thrown at him.
  • As his name suggests, his added turbines allow him to generate twisters whether to just enhance his punches or create ones big enough to throw cars and people like ragdolls. Supposedly, in one match of Deathwatch in New Orleans had him sink the entire city. He's also perfectly capable of riding them, and can still keep this up even with one arm. Obviously, he can't do it with no arms. Some point out his choice of weapons could be referencing to a superweapon the Nazis had, what with his choice of apparel.
    • Because of his weapons, he often gets mentioned as a warning when it comes to capes. By which we mean, he's one of the quickest ways to prove why it's such a bad accessory to have. Lest you want your fate mirror Syndrome's, no capes!
      • Speaking of Syndrome, he avoids the cyborg whenever he can, considering he's a walking reminder of his gruesome death. At least Syndrome's was covered up by an explosion. That said, it hasn't stopped him (and many other gods for that matter) from criticizing the practicality of his weapons. Sure, it's awesome, even without the wind aiding him that's still tons of metal colliding with anyone unluckily enough to be in the way, but it can be argued that it poses just as much danger to the wielder as it does to the victims. Twirlenkiller only responded that Death Watch prided itself on its contestants causing over-the-top kills, weapons like his are par for the course. If anyone tries to bring it up again, he'll personally throw them into a giant jet engine.
  • He's quite liked by those in the House of Slaughter due to his participation in Deathwatch, even if it was against his will. Sometimes, he competes with other members in short games of Blood Sport not that far off from the ones he competed in. The place gets especially bloody when members of the Crimson Court get very riled up in the House when stalking Skarlet or Jedah Dohma. At least this time he's not in the receiving end of a Turbine Blender during the games.
  • He has taken a lot of opportunities to further his power, such as frequent trips to the House of Wind & Air. Couple of those trips had him encounter the Pillar Man Wamuu and Rashid of the Turbulent Wind where he had the chance to spar with them. Then Wamuu introduced him to Storm Eagle when he saw the former Death Watch contestant make another trip to the House of Combat!. Herr Frederick has his respect for those three after seeing them in action and has plans on making use of what he has learned.
    • Such fruits of the training was showcased when his fight between both Blacker Baron, Baron's Herald Mathilda and Nikolai went a little overboard, causing mayhem within the House they fought. When nearby denizens tried to break up the fighting, they ended up getting sucked in the twisters or hit by the spinning debris. Baron and Mathilda ended up getting helped out by Big Band who was nearby (much to the pimp's protests that "this titty twister motherfucker's his fight"). Managing to close in on the cyborg, getting past the whirlwinds he kept throwing out, were they able to ultimately wear down Frederick while Nikolai bolted after taking quite a beating himself.
      • After the incident, those who managed to watch the fight (without getting hurt badly in the crossfire) commented on how Big Band and Herr Frederick are Not So Different. To elaborate: Both are hulking, heavily armed cybernetic individuals who became this way after being seriously mangled (by corrupt officers and by psychotic contestants respectively). They also have a surprising amount of mobility despite their bulk, and their fists pack quite a wallop.
    • One of Frederick's trips gave him the opportunity to meet with and fight against Akande Ogundimu, more commonly known as Doomfist. Being able to fight once again despite his cybernetics, which combined with his gauntlet proved useful in bridging the gap between the two. After the fight, Doomfist offered the Deathwatch contestant to join him. Frederick's thinking about it, much to the worry of every Overwatch agent here. Talon is bad enough. Talon with a tempest creating cyborg is even worse.
  • Apparently, he is bass guitarist in a band called the Windbreakers. How he even picks up and plays the damn thing is a mystery, but it can happen. He demonstrated this in the House of Music after people kept asking if he really could play. Those who managed to listen to him play agreed he's actually pretty good.
  • "Your life ends here."

    Maes Hughes 
Maes Hughes, God of Showing Family Photos Before Death (Lieutenant Colonel Hughes, Brigadier General Hughes, Markiplier)
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    Murky 
Murky, God of Meaningless Deaths (Baby Murloc, Grunty)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A piranha he is always carrying. (And uses as a weapon)
  • Theme Song: Roarcraft. I am Murloc when he gets Serious.
  • Alingment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Originally a pet turned full fledged badass in The Nexus, Cute little Critter but very dangerous, Not even death slows him down, Difficult, but Awesome, Wants revenge against the people who slaughtered his village, Shamu Fu, Small, Annoying Creature, his egg is where he revives faster, Murloc, Mrgglglbrlg!
  • Domains: Deaths, Revenge, Murlocs.
  • Heralds: Many Murlocs form his Homeland
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Arthas Menethil, Diablo, Leoric, Anub'arak, Kunkka, Dhuum
  • Neutral Counterpart to: The Incubators
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Bruce the Shark, Rena Ryuugu, Sapphire Rhodonite
  • Some reports of a mysterious Egg found in the house of Aquatic Life led to that egg being investigated by The SCP Foundation. Days later, the Egg went missing and Little Creature by the name of Murky was found roaming the Pantheon.
  • Don't let his appearance fool you, Murky is very capable on holding his own against stronger opponents like Diablo or Arthas. However, he has been noted to die in battle...a lot, and he still returned for more minutes later. Tough no one can explain Murky's abilities he has been rewarded with a position in the Pantheon.
    • It has been once noticed that Bruce the shark once tried to eat him when he saw Murky. Unfortunately, Bruce learned the hard way to not mess with this particular baby Murloc, because since then, Murky has been using the Shark as a weapon.
  • He usually (When he is not motivated by revenge) is a pretty laid-back and nonchalant Murloc but he is very annoyed with Rena Ryuugu. Since the first time that he stumbled upon her, She inmediately wanted to "Take him home". Even him isn't that annoying.
    • He also had an encounter with Sapphire Rhodonite, who found him so cute that she proceed to give him a big hug that ended suffocating the Poor Murloc. Thankfully, he left his egg in his temple but since then he tries his best to avoid Sapphire at all costs.
  • No one seems to understand what he usually speaks, but his motives are much darker than it seems (even managing to scare Diablo of all people). According to Psychic gods (Since there aren't many gods who speak Murloc language), His village was slaughtered by Humans, Orcs and Elves and as a result wants revenge against the culprits but Mysteriously ended in the Nexus. This has Earned the Sympathy of many gods, particularly those who like him are Fish People.
    • Aquaman is actually one of the few people that understand his Language (Beside the Psychics). As a result, Murky usually goes to his temple for "Therapy Sessions"
    • Meron is actually a little jelous of Murky, Since she always wanted to live a tragic story like him. Murky still can't believe that a Mermaid Princess, wants to actually experience the feeling of witnessing your village getting slaughtered. Even if she really didn't meant Ill will, He can't help but Facepalm when she says that.
    • Actually good friends with Leviathan the Tidehunter after their first meeting. Tidehunter really Admires Murky's Determination and sees him as the little brother he never had. He actually is training him so he can finally defeat Kunkka for good. Murky even has gotten used to some of Tidehunter's Ocurrances.
  • Befriended fellow god Sasuke Uchiha after he heard his story, since he also lost all his village as a kid. Sasuke actually tries to warn Murky to not let hatred drive him or Pursue a similar Path like he did, Or worse, end up like Ren Hakuryuu.
    • Kratos also identified with Murky's backstory, seeing in him the young and angry boy he used to be. Murky has been acting as some kind of Morality Pet to him lately, but he still brings him to battle when the time calls.
    • Murky is one of the few animals who isn't scared in the presence of Sayo Samonji and the latter actually encourages him to take revenge on all the people who wronged him. While Murky is grateful of the Boy's proposal, he is trying to lay off Vengeance for now.
  • A frequent visitor of the house of Food where he usually order his favourite food, the Puffer fish. Since his arrival, the fish food has decreased in quantity and many suspect that he has been stealing some of them to use them in battle.
    • It was later proven true that he indeed, had stolen those fishes and illegally sold them around the pantheon. The court of gods in retalation, has forced him to repay all the loses the house of Food experienced because of him. The solution? He opened a particlar Taco joint where he mixes tacos with Fishes. Since then Murky's Pufferfish Tacos has become a really popular point of interest in the Food House.
  • Has been ocasionally spotted doing a Special dance.
  • He usually can't stand Humans, but he has found a kindred spirit in Kenny McCormick, thanks to Kenny's Condition. Altough, Murky wonders where does Kenny respawns, But since Murky does this from an Egg, he thinks that Kenny might do something similar. This was confirmed true when Kenny told him that indeed, every time he dies he is reborn from his mother
    • Mysteriously enough, he gets along pretty well with Grenth, partially because Grenth is curious how Murky manages to revive minutes later after being killed. He has been taking closer looks to the eggs that the Baby Murloc carries so he can understand the nature of Murky's Unknown powers.
  • When Dhuum heard that another god who can cheat death entered the Pantheon, he want ballistic and demanded to see him. When he found Murky, he couldn't take him seriously and cutted him with his Scythe. Unfortunately, He wasn't prepared for the Murloc's Rampage and was ultimately defeated because Murky refused to stay dead for more than two seconds. He sweared to get him back sometime, but this conflict became much worse when he learned that Murky befriended his Archnemesis Grenth. Witnesses reported that dhuum didn't take the news very well
  • Once, he was found wearing a power armor and surprisingly, it looked really good on him. Many suspect this was the doing of Rena Ryuugu but she didn't comment on being involved with the creation of Grunty.
    • On another ocation, he was seen wearing an Easter Bunny suit. It was so cute that he was later spotted running away from a legion of Goddesses who wanted him as a Pet.
  • Note: Murky's status in the Pantheon is radically different than other deities, in the sense that he is one of few deities that his "Death rules" apply differently than the rest of the Ascended deities, alongside Grenth. (Altough he can still normally die, he has the distinction of always resurrecting inmediately from his egg)
  • "Mrgglglbrlg rmrmgllg mrggggm" note 
  • Also present in the House of Game Design.

    Paragus 
Paragus, God of Adaptation-Altered Deaths (Shitstain)
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The new older Paragus from Dragon Ball Super: Broly
Click here for his tattered Saiyan Army uniform 
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His cape and Slave Collar or shock collar
  • Theme Song: Paragus' Rage
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Wants Vengeance on Vegeta For What His Father Did, Light Is Not Good, Jumping Off the Slippery Slope, Dies Different Yet Cathartic Deaths, Abusive Parents, Edible Theme Naming
  • Domains: Revenge, Embitterment, Adaptations, Abuse
  • Followers: Angelica, Azog, Balon Greyjoy
  • Complicated relationship with: Broly: BR (rebooted version of his son)
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • On poor terms with: The House of Royalty
  • Paragus is the father of Broly, a Saiyan who was either thrown into the trash or ended up leaving the planet and getting lost on a Death World. Both of these instances were caused in some way by King Vegeta III, who perceived Broly as a threat to his power. He would try to use Broly as his means of vengeance against Vegeta IV, for the sins of the father. Either way, it did not end well for him.
  • Like Broly there are two versions of Paragus, or, more accurately in his case, two versions of his history, as he fundamentally remained the same person either way; this allows him to manifest as a sort of Composite Character in the Pantheon who remembers two different lifetimes. The original conquered worlds through Broly and suffered Patricide at his hands when he abandoned him. The canon version was found by Frieza at an old age and murdered by Frieza in order to trigger his son's rage. Different reasons and causes, and got what was coming to him in each.
  • One version of Broly is called the Legendary Super Saiyan. The other is not. This can largely be attributed to Paragus himself, who knew of the "myth" of the Super Saiyan, and whether he lived to see Broly transform into a Super Saiyan at all, let alone that iconic full power berserk state.
  • Revenge is a dominating factor in Paragus' personality. He is shown to visit the House of Vengeance often to learn better ways of getting back at Vegeta. He has come to realize that King Vegeta had a point at killing/banishing his son, but his hatred remains unabated as Broly was his son.
  • Sakura Matou despises Paragus for how he used his son for his own ambitions, similar to how she was used by Zouken Matou. What for it's worth, Paragus does think what Zouken did to her was repulsive. Tokiyo Mikagami looks down on Paragus for how his revenge has completely consumed him, and thinks he's wasted his life. Paragus proceeded to tell him to shove it and went on a Motive Rant.
  • He is able to relate to some extent with Captain Ahab. While they went about it in very different ways, they both had a vendetta they were never able to let go and it ultimately led to their downfall. He does not have any sympathies for the House of Royalty however, due to how he and his son were treated by King Vegeta.
  • Has attempted to get other Saiyans on his side. Nappa, a fellow Saiyan Elite, declined his offer because of his complicated relationship with Vegeta precludes the pure vengeance Paragus offers. Raditz and Turles, being outcasts of different sorts, were much more accepting to his proposal. Dr. Gero has come to understand his vengeance as something that he feels for Goku, and Babidi wants to help him brainwash Broly as part of his own plans.
    • When learning of his alliances with Raditz and Turles, Bardock confronted Paragus to discover his motives. Ultimately they both agreed that the Saiyan soldiers sticking together to become stronger was for the best, especially if they were to see through Paragus' dangerous goal of using the rebooted Broly again to defeat both Vegeta (who Bardock doesn't hate like Paragus does but would like to see humbled) and the original Broly. Bardock was even able to talk Nappa into accepting the offer for the sake of their Saiyan comrades, with the Saiyan Army remnants all uniting to become a mercenary fighting force. Though their scope of clients and jobs is not very limited, there are three things they won't accept: being told to target any of Kakarot's Dragon Team friends besides Vegeta (mainly Bardock's call, with Paragus agreeing for pragmatism's sake), accepting targets that can't give them any sort of challenge (because they're trying to both get stronger and get paid), or being conscripted into somebody's empire like Frieza.
  • Once loved his son, particularly the rebooted version who was stranded on the aforementioned Death World in an attempt to rescue his son. Once being the key word, as his heart has long since hardened and he now sees Broly as a tool for his vengeance (though his love for his son can reawaken if he thinks Broly's in danger). The Heroic Protectors of Family look at Paragus with shame, even if he underwent harsh circumstances. It makes his anger against Vegeta understandable but doesn't hold up water in terms of his abusive treatment of Broly.
  • Shouto Todorki has become friends with the rebooted version of Broly, and has come to hate Paragus in turn. He reminds him of his own father's abusive nature and how he was used to fulfilling his own ambitions vicariously. Shouto is trying to get this Broly to break out of the abusive relationship, and not wanting to lose the loyal version of his son, Paragus perceives Shouto as a bad influence and "a kid who doesn't know what he's getting into". The Heroic Protectors of Family's response was "Says the man who resorted to mind control and shock collars to control his son".
  • Alma Wade's reaction to his bad parenting and evil nature, given what she went through, was a lot more violent that Shouto was to Paragus. Killuya Zoldack, being a de-fused tyke bomb and child forced to kill, has nothing but disrespect for what Paragus did. Maes Hughes is just as disrespectful, being a very openingly loving and happy father. The Saiyan simply mumbled that "you don't understand what I went through" and left.
  • The Child Abuse Supporters had a more positive outlook on Paragus, though the only official member he got along with was Heihachi Mishima. Likely because of the struggles they've had to go through. He seems to be on good terms with Ghetsis as they both used a son to achieve their wider ambitions of vengeance and power respectively. This manipulative yet oddly prideful parenting is something he found in kinship with Talia al Ghul.

    Proto Man 
Proto Man, God of the Secretly Dying (Blues, DLN-000, Break Man, Bruce, Prometheus)
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    Pukin 
Pukin, the Goddess who Survived Repeated Fatal Events before Dying (General)
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    Sanada Yukimura 
Sanada Yukimura, God of Final Battle To Death (Sanada Nobushige, Sanada Genjirou Yukimura, Japan's No 1 Soldier, The Tiger of Kai's Young Cub, The Red Tiger, Spear of Divine Rule, Scorpio)
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Yukimura in normal state
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Yukimura in Super Hot Blood state

    Xion 
Xion, Goddess of the Erased (Number XIV, No. i, Replica)
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  • Theme Song: Musique pour la Tristesse de Xion, Vector to the Heavens (when battling)
  • Lesser Goddess, Greater Goddess) in boss form
  • Symbol: A bright seashell
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Artificial Artificial Human, expanding combat prowess, Transferable Memory, having may spoilers, Combat Stilettos, disappointment, being the Token Good Teammate (possibly more than Roxas), The Blank, Shapeshifter Default Form, Sequential Bosses
  • Domain: Exclusion, the Forgotten, Erasure
  • Followers: Protagonists of It's a Wonderful Plot storylines, burnt-out Torches, Linda Styles, the victims in Forget Me Not, Dr. W. D. Gaster, Captain Hoek and Cadet Stimpy
  • Allies: Roxas, Axel (Lea), Ventus, Riku, Ruby Rose, Sayori, Master Hand, the Duck Hunt Dog, Roy Mustang, Mr. Eaten, Sunset Shimmer, Dog (sorta), Courage the Cowardly Dog, Filia, Snoopy, Pluto the Pup, Ash Crimson, Milla Basset, Guthix
  • Enemies: Master Xehanort, Xemnas
  • Former Ally: Larxene.
  • Once forgotten by everyone she'd ever met, until Roxas' ascension from within Sora's heart. In there, Roxas recalled her, and later fully remembered with a little memory jogging from Ruby Rose (due to a resemblance). She was eventually given a proper place in the Pantheon after a long and difficult series of events:
    • Roxas, Lea, and Ruby (in disguise as Xion) made a beeline for the Lost Woods to rescue their (Roxas and Axel's) friend.
    • As a result of this, chooses Ash Crimson as her High Priest after seeing his Heroic Sacrifice via Temporal Paradox.
    • Said High Priest has ascended, giving Xion extra company.
  • Riku is happy to see Xion again, having helped her out at different points of her one mortal year. While her Keyblade is still false, he's willing to train with her.
  • In life, Xion had a strange tendency: She would appear differently based on whomever was looking at her, and only her friends could see her preferred form. However, obtaining divinity seems to have resolved this issue.
  • Like with Roxas, she's a little uncomfortable around Raiden, for the same reasons.
  • Xion has formed an unlikely friendship with Master Hand. The latter knows what it's like to fall from grace and then claim a proper position at last, as he has in the past (with Xion being trapped in the Lost Woods outside the Pantheon, and Master Hand formerly being in the Fallen). As a token of their friendship, Xion gave Master Hand a seashell and Master Hand gave Xion a CD that can play her leitmotif in the background.
    • Since hearing of Master Hand's influence in the Duck Hunt Dog's ascension, Xion has gone to meet him and suffered severe Cuteness Proximity (much like when she met Pluto). Most gods are shocked that she bears no ill will toward the dog, but then remember how she's not unanimously loved herself.
    • It was during one of these visits that she eventually came into contact with a fellow ally of the dog, Sunset Shimmer, with whom developed she developed a similar friendship with over their Base-Breaking Character (though reduced in Sunset's case) status.
  • She also formed a friendship with Filia, another fellow dog lover, who fittingly enough, is also an Amnesiac Hero. Perhaps because of this, they have both sworn never to forget the other.
  • Both Roxas and Lea have joked that if Xion were to ever get a Pokémon partner of her own, it would be either Growlithe or Lillipup, owing to her love of dogs (compared to Roxas with Gardevoir, and Lea with Infernape).
  • Gets along very well with Roy Mustang, a fellow dog lover. His abilities with fire also remind her of Axel.
  • Considers herself to be a girl, and would therefore like the other gods to go with that.
  • She's the closest thing to a friend that Mr. Eaten has, mostly because of their similar fates. While Xion is smart enough not to ask for too many personal details, she's saddened that someone could have suffered an even worse un-personning than the one she experienced herself, and hopes that someday Mr. Eaten will find some solace beyond the hunger and rage.
  • She was, needless to say, very surprised to meet Ventus. In fact, when she first saw him, she mistook him for Roxas. It wasn't until Axel introduced him that Xion realized her mistake. Since then, Ventus occasionally joins Roxas, Xion, and Axel for ice cream.
    • Provided there's enough room for him, of course. Sometimes, one (or both) of the two Gardervoir might be with them. Xion has no idea on what to say other than that "she's lost on words".
  • See that thing about Ruby Rose being the catalyst of her return? It's a lie. The truth, as revealed in the incident known as Tarot Crusaders, her soul had been lost to Limbo and was used as a bargaining chip by Queen Mystica (aka the Friendship Asylum) so she could coerce Roxas to work with her and become the vessel that would send the darkness within Limbo back home. Unfortunately, due to Gangrel—off to save the Cutie Mark Crusaders—throwing a monkey wrench in her hand, Roxas went insane when he believed Xion was swallowed up by Limbo (she was knocked unconscious) and one thing lead to another that brought Gangrel back to Limbo and the two escaping before Limbo collapsed on itself. The above story with Ruby was made up so no one ever unlocks the unholy terror that is Limbo.
    • Because of Gangrel helping her escape, she has now become good friends with him and his ex-wife. She had to leave a while to be reunited with Sora, but Sora had a strange feeling to go see the vampire wrestlers and hand them a gift. Gangrel just hugged Sora as thanks, much to the Keyblade wielder's confusion.

Demigods

    Coco Reeve and Miranda Campbell 
Coco Reeve and Miranda Campbell, Goddesses of Cruel And Unusual Deaths
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Left: Miranda
Right:Coco
  • Demigoddesses
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Symbol: Their respective Para-mails
  • Portfolio: Cruel and Unusual Death, Mauve Shirt, Child Soldiers, We Hardly Knew Ye, Diabolus ex Machina, Bare Your Midriff, Spared by the Adaptation
  • Domains: Death, Children, Combat
  • Followers: Cranberry, Most of the cast of Future Diary
  • Allies: Ange, Hilda, Francesca Lucchini, Hibiki, Akatsuki, Ikazuchi and Inazuma, Raiden, Mami Tomoe, Kisaragi
  • Enemies: Embryo, Smaug, Nefarian, Deathwing, Acnologia
  • Odd Friendship: (Coco): Fate Testarossa
  • Fears: Portals, lightning and especially dragons, Malygos
  • Coco and Miranda were both Norma who were taken from their families as babies and were both forced to be Child Soldiers.
    • Unfortunately, both of their first battles ended in disaster as the both of them suffered very disturbing deaths.
    • Coco was bisected by lightning when a singularity opened right above her and Miranda was forcefully ejected from her Para-mail by a DRAGON and was quartered and devoured by three of them in mid-air. For good reason, neither Coco or Miranda want to talk about their past lives with other deities.
  • Ever since their deaths, Coco has been terrified of portals and lightning, causing Coco to stay far away from the houses of Time and Space and Electricity and Miranda has been terrified of dragons, although Coco shares this fear with Miranda so they both avoid the house of Dragons.
    • Coco also avoids Darius like the plague due to his main method of killing his enemies.
    • Coco's also deathly afraid of Chell and Hoopa due to their constant usage of portals. Coco has also started to fear Noob Saibot due to him often using portals to bisect his enemies, this ended up giving Coco nightmares for weeks.
    • Both Coco and Miranda (Especially Miranda) are terrified of many of the evil dragons of the Pantheon such as Smaug, Acnologia, Deathwing and Nefarian as well as Magylos due to his insanity. Many neutral and good dragons don't outright terrify them but they do become a lot more nervous and distrustful around them.
  • Due to Coco's death being a result of Coco being distracted, Miranda has taken on more of a protective big sister role with Coco to protect her from any other threats.
  • Upon their ascension, Coco and Miranda ran into fellow First Troop pilots Ange and Hilda. Upon meeting them, Coco asked Ange if she ever managed to get back to her magic nation. Ange said that she did but then told the Awful Truth, proceeding to tell Coco what the humans were like, and that Mana was in actuality, generated from a dragon held sacred to the dragon race and was not only the cause of the dragons' constant invasions, but the Norma being sent as Cannon Fodder to farm them in order for the dragons' hearts to fuel the source of Mana at the mutual expense of both dragon and Norma alike. Needless to say, Miranda felt utter indignation at having being used and dying to that end, but also vindication towards being right about said magic nation being a pile of bunk, especially hearing about the aftermath of the removal of Mana, when the humans heckled Ange for help like a bunch of needful jerks. Hearing that Ange scared them off and forced them to deal with their own problems made her giddy after all the crap their fellow Norma put up with.
  • Coco and Miranda are becoming friends with magic users who accept their lack of magic.
  • Coco and Miranda have been seen getting along well with Eko and Yuki Nagato due to sharing certain similarities with the both of them.
  • Despite the fact that Coco is deathly afraid of lightning, Coco is a good friend of Fate Testarossa due to her sounding like Ange and has been really nice to her. Whenever Fate gets into combat, however, Coco backs away.
  • Due to Coco and Miranda being taken to Arzenal while they were babies and forced to fight DRAGON's as children, both Coco and Miranda are good friends Francesca Lucchini and the Akatsuki shipgirls who also fight weird creatures despite being children.
    • Raiden has stated that he will protect Coco and Miranda and he hates seeing children used for warfare. This has led Coco and Miranda to becoming good friends with Raiden and they appreciate his desire to protect them both.
  • It's not uncommon for Coco to go to the house of food as she enjoyed the pudding back on Arzenal. Coco greatly prefers the pudding made by the house of food and due to her love of pudding, Coco has become good friends with Neptune.
  • Coco and Miranda both have a secret fear of Salamandinay. Both Ange and Salako have assured them that the dragons mean them no malice since their quarrel was with Embryo the whole time, and infact united with the Norma and together destroyed their mutual archnemesis, and now coexist in peace in the original earth from where the dragons came. Both Coco and Miranda believe them but still fear her and neither Ange or Salako can blame them given how they died.
  • After accidentally causing their deaths, one of the first things Ange did was pay for the tombstones for Coco and Miranda, the two of them were grateful that Ange did that but were worried that others might eventually forget about them so Treize told them not to worry about that as he keeps a list of all people who die in war or combat, no matter their allegiance, and makes a point to remember each name.

    Kisaragi (Kan Colle anime) 
Kisaragi (anime version), Goddess of Death After the Calm (Kisa-Wo-Gi)
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Quasideities

    Cassette Man 
Cassette Man, God of Pursuing One Last Task Before Death (Henry Emily)
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  • House: Manners of Death (House of Life and Death)
  • Rank: Quasideity
  • Symbol: The cassette he sends messages through
  • Theme Song: Nowhere To Run
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Walking Spoiler, Starting And Ending The Fazbear Franchise, Wishes To "Sleep" But Cannot Until The Madness He Inadvertently Creates Ends, Greater-Scope Paragon, Mysterious Employer, Papa Wolf, My Greatest Failure, Canon Immigrant, Spared by the Adaptation
  • Domains: Regret, Animatronics, Business, Death, Peace
  • Allies: MICHAEL AFTON, Mike Schmidt, Phone Guy, The Marionette (his daughter), Dr Light, Bryan Mills, The Heroic Protectors Of Family, Bob Belcher, Celestia Ralgris, Kyoichiro Kuroi, Sol Badguy
  • On good terms with: The House of Children
  • Enemies: SPRINGTRAP, Freddy Krueger, Dr Wily, those who Would Hurt a Child, Alfred Drevis, The Child Abuse Supporters, Relius Clover
  • Opposes: Uncle Howee
  • Pities: All the other animatronics, Burgerpants
  • Although his identity is never given, it is implied that he is Henry Emily, one of the co-founders of Fazbear Entertainment, and the son of The Marionette. He decided that to end the curse brought upon by William Afton, he made one last establishment to free the spirits of the rest of the animatronics and to sent Springtrap (who is William Afton) to hell. This task was eventually succeeded as he and the manager (who might be Michael Afton) managed to salvage all of them, burning the establishment that they made, and decided to stay so that they could die in peace.
  • The first signs of him being ascended was when Michael Afton somehow managed to found out. Although the Casette Man is confused what the hell is going on, the former reassures him that there is nothing to worry about and that this is how the Pantheon work. Hearing his story, the Court of Gods feel a lpt of sympathy for him and decided that Cassette Man should ascend as they believed that he deserves to be reunited with his daughter.
    • He was in tears when he reunited with his daughter, The Marionette and is happy to see her again. He now forges an alliance with her, along with Mike Schmidt, the Phone Guy, and Michael Afton to at least get the Springtrap out for killing multiple children.
    • Pities the animatronics that he had created, as the children are stuck on their shells, and has so much regret creating them that he can't bring himself to meet them in person. Hearing that they don't actually get along with his daughter, the Marionette, he is shocked to hear that, as he believes that she lifted up their spirits and give them a second chance at life for vengeance. It results him to hide himseld even more from them considering that he is her daughter and if they hear that, they might also not get along with him depite their shared sentiment of hating Springtrap and wanting to get back at him.
  • He gets along with The Heroic Protectors of Family and they pity him for the death of his daughter, which he appreciated. Of course, he hates the Child Abuse Supporters as it reminds him of Springtrap being a serial child killer who never care about the well-beings of their own children. Currently, he is in an alliance with the former in order to ensure the safety of children from the serial child killers and tries to use his intelligence to protect them from harm.
  • Feels that he can relate with Celestia, Kyoichiro Kuroi, and Sol, as the former's guilt, and the latter two's actions and atonement reminds him of himself, even though he himself didn't mean any of it. They bond over the experiences that they have gone through together and occassionally meet up with one another.
  • Is proud that Dr. Light was able to create robots that maintained a peaceful lifestyle, something he believes that he couldn't achieve. Of course, his friendship with him leads him to have an antagonistic relationship with Dr. Wily, who is disgusted at how he had created his own Robot Masters and considers him just as bad as Springtrap.
  • Opposes Uncle Howee because although he's glad that he puts abusive parents in his shit list, but it doesn't help of how he turned jerks into his mindless henchmen and doesn't even consider with what he is doing, which reminds of how he belives that Springtrap manipulated Baby to become a serial killer like him.
  • Can relate to Burgerpants over having jobs that they extremely hate, as the Casette Man regretted working in the Fazbear Entertainment for all the guilt that he had suffered over the years working on the company. It also helps that their jobs are technically related to food. Burgerpants is of course overjoyed to meet someone that shares the same sentiment as him and occassionally share stories of the life that they have over their jobs.

    King Lear and Cordelia (the Shakespeare edition) 
King Lear and Princess Cordelia (the Shakespeare version), Patron Deities of Those Who Received Death by Adaptation (Lear: Leir of Britain; Cordelia: Cordelia of Britain)
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  • Potential House: Character Writing, Manner of Death
  • Symbol: A man sitting on a throne asking for a declaration of love from three women.
  • Theme Song: "Suite"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (for Cordelia), True Neutral (for Lear)
  • Quasideities
  • Domain: Family, Royalty, Love, Death, Narrative
  • Portfolio: Death by Adaptation, Downer Ending, Kill Them All
  • Allies: The good-aligned deities in the House of Family,
    • Cordelia: Every deities who love their parents
    • Lear: Tintin
  • Enemies: Macbeth, Lady Macbeth
  • Complicated Relationship with: British loyalties like King Arthur, King Richard III of England
  • Opposes:
  • Superior: William Shakespeare
  • The famous father and daughter duo whose deaths by Shakespeare was incredibly unexpected, the duo was brought back to life thanks to the influence of their superior and bring into the Pantheon
  • Sometime the two can be seen as Japanese Warlords named Hidetora and Saburo.
  • Macbeth and his wife were at first tried to have contact with the two because hearing that they are also usurpers but was rejected violently by both Lear and Cordelia due to how evil and a bad ruler he is. The fact that the four of them have many look-a-like and one of Lady Macbeth's High Priest is Lady Kaede doesn't help.
  • Due to the fact that the entire tragedy started because of Poor Communication Kills, Cordelia and Lear have been trying to rebuild their relationship and establish clear communication with each other. It isn't easy because Lear has gone insane due to grief of seeing his daughter beheaded, but Cordelia determines to not stop trying. Her effort moved many deities in the Pantheon who love their parents.
  • Due to her status as an exile, married to the King of France and led a coup against the English throne to reinstall her father, Cordelia has a tense relationship with other British royalties like King Arthur and Richard III. They sympathize with her situation but not her action of threatening the crown. They also have problem with the fact that Cordelia knows that her father isn't the most stable ruler and try to re-install him anyway.
    • Their relationship with Richard III is especially on bad term considering the fact Lear and him have many look-a-like.
  • Being a relatively popular work that has a long history, the duo has encountered many interesting interaction thanks to their incarnation:
    • Every mutants in the Pantheon are creeped out by Lear due to the fact that he sounds like a Sentinels that hunt them. Lear knows this and usually appear under one of his counterpart that looks like Magneto.
      • On the other hand, Tintin really warms up to Lear after meeting him due to the fact that his voice sounds like his good friend Capt. Haddock.
    • Lear is NOT pleased when discover that he looks like one of Jack Sparrow's pirates Capt. Barbossa and has been avoiding Sparrow ever since.
  • Chrom at first thought that this Cordelia was one of the Pegasus Knights in Yllise because of their similar names. Cordelia was sadden to hear about how the other Cordelia had to lose her entire squad in order to warn him about the capital's fall and (unknown to Chrom from other sources) how Cordelia never confessed her to him.
    • She met that woman upon her ascension and that Cordelia found her story to be very tragic.

    Phone Guy 
OK, who's— (phone rings, which is then picked up)

"Hello, hello?"

"Phone Guy", The God Who Was Killed Mid-Call (Real name unknown, possibly Fritz Smith)

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