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A place where deities are able to exercise their minds through meditation, so that they can better control their mental powers. Those with no powers can still go here to strengthen their willpower or mental state, for better or worse.

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Intermediate Gods

    Corvo Attano 
Corvo Attano, God of Cruel Mercy (The Lord Protector)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Mask, with the Outsider's Mark glowing on its forehead.
  • Theme: Drunken Whaler
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral: can lean toward Chaotic Good or Chaotic Evil depending on his mood. Since the Low Chaos ending is officially canon, he's probably Chaotic Good...probably.
  • Portfolio: Professional Killer, Empowered by The Outsider, dealing out terrible fates to those he decides not to kill, Revenge, Morality Pets, Cool Sword, Technical Pacifist, One-Man Army, Flash Step, Plague Master, Time Master, Demonic Possession, Papa Wolf, being arguably scarier than Batman, having a soft spot for children in general
  • Domains: "Mercy", Revenge, Magic, Steampunk
  • Herald: Empress Jessamine Kaldwin (his deceased lover and mother of Emily).
  • Allies: Emily Kaldwin (his daughter), Ezio Auditore da Firenze, Homura Akemi, The Outsider (as it were: The Outsider gave him the means to save Emily and enjoys watching Corvo run around)
  • Enemies: Shiro Tagachi
  • Scares: Corrupt Bureaucrats, Corrupt Churches, Corrupt/Sleazy Politicians and Aristocrats in general. A lot of people, really.
  • Fluctuating Opinion: Lucifer, Cosmos
  • Corvo is a true wild card: not only are his loyalties difficult to determine, but his methods as well: sometimes he kills his marks, sometimes not. The fates of who fit into the latter category are often unspeakably terrible, however, suggesting that these are the people he truly hates. He has hinted an intention of delivering such a fate to Johan Liebert himself, taking out the Monster while sparing his life. After all, it's like Tenma says: All Life is Equal. Corvo just needs to come up with something... sufficient for Johan.
  • Regarding whom he's spared or killed as one can get a low chaos ending even with a few kills, there are those who wonder what would he have done to each target in-character without any player influence.
  • 'Won' a flash-step competition with Byakuya Kuchiki at one point: it was later discovered he cheated by combining Time Bend with Blink, allowing him to get a massive head start. Byakuya was less than pleased, and Corvo almost got his ass shredded by thousands of small petal-shaped blades. He then possessed Byakuya and made him lock himself in a closet(after taking away his zanpakuto]. He's still looking for Corvo to get revenge.
  • One of the few to support Homura Akemi's actions during the Great Upheaval: he admires her dedication to Madoka's safety, as Madoka reminds him much of his beloved daughter Emily. This, as one may imagine, has not endeared him to the Sisterhood, though attacks on him have gone poorly: when a small group of them attempted to ambush him, his response was to Bend Time and steal all but one of their Soul Gems. He then Blinked away, and they dropped on the spot. He returned said Gems thirty seconds later, again completely unnoticed by the one still standing. He has not been attacked by them since.
  • Ezio is highly impressed by Corvo's ability to somehow be a pacifist assassin, and even more so by his powers. Corvo has taken a couple of missions from Ezio, and is studying how to transfer his powers as Daud is capable of doing, intending to pass them to members of the Assassin Order.
  • There are rumors that he is preparing Emily, his daughter, to join him in this position. Those rumors turned out to be true.

Mistral, Co-Gods of Lost Identities (Cold Wind of France, The World's First Boss Fight, Handcareer)
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: Her Polearm - L'Etranger - surrounded by her artificial arms
  • Theme song: A Stranger I Remain.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy, Tons of Arms, Mechanical Body, Traumatic Backstory, Treats Her minions like crap, Blood Knight That really enjoys harm, Half-French, Half-Algerian, Dark Action Girl, Sexy French Accent, Femme Fatale, Flunky Boss, The Immodest Orgasm, Manipulative Bitch, Slipknot Ponytail, The only female member of the Winds of Destruction, Beautiful woman standing at 6'3
  • Domains: Combat, War, Craziness, France.
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Gilgamesh, Etna, The Spy
  • Enemies: Raiden, Bladewolf, Solid Snake, Ivy Valentine, Charlotte Dunois, Night Raid, 2B
  • Evil Counterpart to: Alisa Bosconovitch
  • Odd Friendship: Ragyo Kyruin
  • Opposed by: The Prinnies, The Goombas, and every group of servant minions.
  • The sole female member of the winds of destruction and hailing from Algeria, Mistral was orphaned at a very young age because of the civil war. She eventually found her parents' murderers, and, in her words, "butcher those fuckers". Since then she hasn't been feeling like herself and became quite the accomplished killer, earning herself a spot where she is now. After pulling some strings, Armstrong's buddies eventually managed to complete the Winds of Destruction once more. Obviously, Raiden has taken note of this and is not too happy about it.
  • Mistral's stay in the pantheon was a complicated one, since she contended with Gilgamesh for the the title of Multi-Armed and Dangerous for the longest time before ultimately losing the fight. However, Armstrong had already made a backup plan in case she was due to be kicked out, and managed to give her another title. As a result, Mistral developed a fierce rivalry with Gilgamesh for snatching the title off her.
    • She does get along with General Grievous, since he also fights with multiple weapons at once.
  • Is never seen without her Dwarf Gekkos, which are her means of providing herself weaponry. However, she isn't very kind to them and even throws them carelessly at her enemies.
    • Rumor say that she also uses them for... other activities. She hasn't commented about that but laughs whenever it is mentioned.
  • She is hated by the vast majority of minions in the pantheon, simply because of how she treats her dwarf gekkos. The Prinnies in particular compare her to Etna. However, the latter isn't very fond of the cyborg. It's not because Etna cares her prinnies, but because of Mistral's bust size. The two have become rivals as a result of that.
  • Mistral's weapon consist of a staff that can turn into a whip, which really got some people of the Houses of Lust excited. She, however, clarified that she isn't into bondage.
    • She also got herself into a fight with Ivy Valentine, given that both have similar fighting styles. While the fight ended inconclusively, it's clear that they can't stand each other.
  • While she is a cyborg, it has been rumored that her chest might be all natural. The House of Technology is hesitant to even check it out and Mistral herself just laughs it off when asked.
  • While she herself hails from Algeria, she is of French descent and it shows. She has been compared to IS pilot Charlotte Dunois, but the latter doesn't like the comparison and neither does she likes Mistral herself. The cyborg has been interested in challenging Charlotte for her title but she is biding her time.
    • Another French deity that caught her attention was The Spy, given how resourceful of an assassin he is. While the Spy has tried to hit on the cyborg, Mistral has refused his advanced so far. However, they both consider each other rivals.
  • Considered to be the Evil Counterpart of Alisa Bosconovitch, given that they are both mechanical women with Pink Hair. Mistral isn't particularly hostile towards the Robot Girl, as she considers her to be a younger sister of some sorts. But, she is interested in trying to fight her with her "safe mode" off.
  • She is on pretty good terms with Ragyo Kyruin, given that they do sound quite similar. Ragyo, for her part, isn't very fond of Mistral's boss, Senator Armstrong, but has taken a liking to Mistral over time.
  • Bladewolf absolutely despises her, not only for being a Manipulative Bitch with him, but for also promising the robot freedom that never was true to begin with. She also is one of the reasons why he refuses to give his paw to anyone.
  • A friend she never thought she would meet was General Esdeath, who sympathizes with Mistral's views of the World and is also a close ally of Armstrong. To the surprise of everyone, the thing they most like to chat about are the boys the like, which has left many perplexed.
    • This however, has gotten Mistral in the sight of Esdeath's mortal foes, Night Raid, and already plan to take down Mistral and the rest of the Winds of Destruction has been hatched.
  • Holds her boss, Steven Armstrong, in high regard. Her devotion to him is so great that many think she actually may be in love with him. Whether this is true or not, she still thanks him for giving her some meaning to her life.
    • She also followed him and joined GUAC, as she really doesn't care who she serves as long as she gets to fight. It helps that her close friend Esdeath is also part of the group.
  • "At times I envied my prey. At least they had a cause to die for."

Lesser Gods

    Filia and Samson 
Filia Medici and Samson, Co-Gods of Serving Greater Needs Than One's Own (Filia: Femme Fatale, Shkol'nitsa/Schoolgirl)

    Gilbert Durandal 
Gilbert Durandal, God of Not Believing in Neutrality
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The ZAFT logo
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral according to himself; Lawful Evil to his enemies
  • Portfolio: Anti-Villain, Non-Action Big Bad, Manipulative Bastard, Broken Ace, Convincing the world he's a savior along with real-life fans, Dark Messiah, Übermensch
  • Domains: War, Intellect, Destiny
  • Heralds: Talia Gladys (his Love Interest), Rey Za Burrel (former believer)
  • Allies: Char Aznable
  • Enemies: All heroic Gundam deities (especially Kira Yamato, Athrun Zala, Lacus Clyne, and Shinn Asuka), Lord Djibril, Muruta Azrael, Sundownwer, The Corpus
  • Not so different from: Raul Menendez
  • Special Relations: Rau le Creuset
  • On first glance, Gilbert Durandal is a skilled and affable leader of ZAFT, functioning as a mentor of some kind to the ship of Minerva, of which Shinn Asuka is a member. In truth, Durandal is a man that's very complicated, but there's no denying that the "skilled" part of his character is accurate. The kind of future that he seeks is one where genetics play a role in determining what kind of role people have in their lives because according to him, this will prevent any future conflict from happening. It's a goal that he's determined to make a reality and he won't hesitate to use manipulation or other dangerous means to get there, including retaliating against those who don't agree with him.
  • Shinn used to work for him, though in reality, Durandal simply used Shinn's flaws to manipulate him. Athrun Zala, who also used to work with Durandal until he realized that the man's goals and intentions weren't benevolent, had to knock some sense into Shinn and since then, Shinn made it a point to make up for his mistakes. Hearing that Durandal was still around definitely wasn't good news for Shinn and with that, he simply decided to strengthen his resolve to do good. Durandal, on his part, simply decided to keep on going with his goals, regardless of being in bad blood with a former pawn of his.
  • Much of his motivation came from the fact that he knew Rau le Creuset back when the latter was still alive, along with frustration in how Durandal wasn't able to prevent le Creuset from getting killed. Seeing as how no one in the Pantheon truly stays dead, Durandal was actually a little surprised to see le Creuset alive and well. While the two still maintain a relatively friendly relationship, the difference in their overall motivations couldn't be more obvious, something that the two are very much aware of.
  • He shares Char Aznable's faith in Newtypes and that they should be separate from but co-exist with their Earthnoid counterparts, and has become one of Char's most faithful loyalists. Char does know that Durandal is a bit more forceful with this ideology since his view of Zeonism comes with his trademark Social Darwinism, undoubtedly due to Rau Le Creuset's influence. In fact, Durandal only joined the GUAE Mecha Cohort because Char convinced him that his Destiny Plan would not bear fruit if he worked alone.
  • Despite many other heroic Gundam deities seeing him as an enemy, Durandal was actually opposed to Lord Djibril's actions back then and this opinion still holds true in the Pantheon. While there are a few who think there might be a few more questions to that (including whether or not Djibril was a pawn to Durandal's plan, but most have dismissed that possibility for the time being), Durandal has made it clear that stopping Djibril's plans (along with that of predecessor Muruta Azrael after hearing about him) is a priority.
  • Seeing as how Durandal's plan essentially involved using genetics to determine the roles people have in their lives, Moira O'Deorain became curious about this and approached him with a question on whether or not this will effect science overall should the plan become a success. The only thing that he told her was that he wants to make the world a better place for everyone no matter what it took. On her end, Moira believed that it could mean advancements in genetics and science. For now, she's fairly optimistic about Durandal's plans, though given that he's a bit mysterious at times, there hasn't really been much meetings between them following the initial encounter.
  • It's hard to say whether or not he could be a social darwinist in a traditional sense given his goals, but that hasn't stopped some of those kinds of people being expectant of him to ensure that strong people will thrive whilst the weaker ones fall apart. The fact that he's trying to at least make everyone's lives better regardless of what they can do has left some of the more feverent social darwinists irritated towards him.
  • The Pantheon being in a state of constant war is very much a hindrance to him and his objective of a world where people are determined their roles at birth. The fact that exists people who are more than willing to propagate war such as Sundowner and even organizations such as The Corpus make all this more difficult for him, though it's not really doing much from stopping him.
    • Durandal isn't on the best of terms with Senator Armstrong either, despite what some may have assumed initially. It's true that they're both leaders who want to make the world a better place through questionable means, but they have different ways of going about it. Armstrong's way of going at it is more conflict-based, something that Durandal doesn't approve of and Durandal believes in predetermined roles to ensure a good world, a mindset that Armstrong isn't fond of.
  • As much as he doesn't seem to be fond of the comparisons, Durandal has a bit of commonality with Raul Menendez. Both are highly charismatic leaders with strong intellect and their motivations are driven by the loss of someone they care about. Whereas Durandal wanted to change the world for the better through rather questionable means, Menendez is driven mainly by revenge despite his claims to make significant changes for the rest of the world. At the very least, Djibril is a common enemy for the two of them and even then it's for relatively different reasons.
  • Durandal being able to eliminate Djibril's organization and then taking over a Kill Sat that the latter intended to use has made a number of people concerned (even if Djibril is a far worse person than Durandal could ever be) that Durandal would pull off a similar attempt in the Pantheon. That there's a variety of potentially deadlier objects around contributes to a lot of the worries, though Durandal is a bit selective on what he intends to use to pull off his plans.

    Haruka Kotoura 
Haruka Kotoura, Goddess of Traumatic Telepathy

    Lan Hikari and MegaMan.EXE 
Lan Hikari and MegaMan.EXE, Gods of Synchronization (Lan: Netto Hikari, Solid Snake Jr.), (MegaMan.EXE: Mega, Hub/Saito/Site Hikari, RockMan.EXE)
Cross Fusion 
  • Demigod (Lan), Lesser God (MegaMan.EXE) at default. Both of them can raise higher with certain factors (Intermediate for Lan via Cross Fusion and Greater or even Overdeity for MegaMan.EXE when he reaches his full potential).
  • Symbol: MegaMan.EXE's Chest Insignia
  • Theme Song: Electronic Brain Realm or Mega Man Battle Network
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (Lan), Neutral Good (MegaMan.EXE)
  • Portfolio: Foils, Synchronization, Polar Opposite Twins, Nice Guys, Cross Fusion, Boke and Tsukkomi Routine, Defeating Several Abominations, Unremembered Accomplishents
  • Domains: The Internet, Synchronization, Twins
  • Heralds: Mayl Sakurai and Roll.EXE (the former, Lan's wife and the latter, Megaman's girlfriend).
  • Allies: Geo Stelar, Django, the original Mega Man, X, Zero, Axl, Dr. Thomas Light, Grey, Sonia Strumm, Tron, Lain Iwakura, Kevin Flynn, Beck, Subaru Nakajima, Shobu Kirifuda, Futaba Sakura, Kirito, Asuna, and all their friends, Gunvolt
  • Rivals: Bass.EXE
  • Enemies: Dr. Wily, Dr. Weil, Sirius, Arfoire, Love Machine, Master Control Program, Clu, Sark, The Meta, Nobuyuki Sugou, Medusa Gorgon, Teseo
  • Conflicting Opinion: Colonel and Iris
  • Lan was the God of Internet Heroes (having saved the Internet and the world over 6 times, from stuff like super-powerful viruses (twice), a manifestation of junk data, the prototype of the Internet, an intergalactic NetNavi and his meteor, a manifestation of evil, and one of two beasts that are so powerful, and one of them was created to kill the other. Arfoire, naturally, is very unhappy about the pair.) though eventually gods realized that he had something much important, something allows him to be the hero he is; the mental connection between him and his NetNavi/brother MegaMan.EXE due the fact that the two can synchronize themselves to be almost perfect match with each other, even if it means Lan himself suffering the injuries from it.
  • While MegaMan.EXE is usually either inside Lan's PET or in the Internet, he can get into the real world with few methods: one is to do a Cross Fusion with Lan, which allows the Operator to fight in the real world, but only in specific areas. Another method is for him to use a CopyBot that allows him to materialize in the real world, with the House of Technology making it so that MegaMan.EXE can utilize his skills with that CopyBot.
    • Though no one is sure how he ended up in Feudal Japan one time and how he was able to be in the real world.
    • In regards to the first method, the House of Technology was eventually able to upgrade Lan's PET so that he can use Cross Fusion anywhere he likes without the need of a Dimensional Converter in the area, making it all but a Henshin Hero Transformation Trinket. They also provided a special Battle Chip Gate that Lan can hand over to his allies so they can supply him with Battle Chips (normally, he can only use five that he loads into his PET prior to Cross Fusion).
  • Lan and MegaMan.EXE's names are actually rather fitting if one knows computer terminology. Lan is named after the acronym for Local Area Network, EXE stands for Executable file, and Hub (MegaMan's name when he was human) is named after a networking device on the physical layer of the OSI model which receives packets on one port and sends it out through the other ports. The introduction of networking switches rendered a hub obsolete. The duo admits it is rather fitting, considering how they use the network.
  • They once visited the House of Friendship and had an encounter with Tron (before his move to the House of Technology). They were very surprised that he behaves similarly to MegaMan and how the Grid was somewhat similar to the Net.
    • However, the two do their best to stay away from CLU. On one hand, they hate him for removing the free will of all programs. On the other hand, they feel sorry for him because he wanted to create the perfect system his creator Kevin Flynn wished to accomplish in the past. Though maybe the same cannot be said about the Master Control Program and Sark.
    • Should Lan enter the Grid, he appears as a holographic image of himself with an outfit themed to the world (like with Sora, Donald, Goofy, and Riku). While he can can get injured in this state, he can fuse with MegaMan to make him stronger, or/and he can use his Battle Chip Gate to activate Battle Chips to defend himself or provide support to MegaMan (though some chips like Sword always default to his Navi). MegaMan himself remains unchanged, as he's already a computer program.
  • If there is a malfunctioning machine somewhere, the two of them are usually the guys to ask first to check things in case it has any viruses. Though they usually checks the machine on their own to find any Mystery Data.
  • Lan loves going to the House of Food to try some of the curry there. He says it's almost as good as his mom makes it. And so when he heard a deity representing said food ascended, he's since become a regular customer of Sojiro Sakura.
    • As a result of White Hats affairs, Lan and MegaMan also got acquainted with his daughter Futaba, who had also heard of the NetOp and NetNavi's accomplishments and is very interested in MegaMan. Sojiro won't have to worry about anything else going on between them as Lan already has a lover.
  • MegaMan seems to have a fear of ghosts. Apparently, the fact that they cannot be explained by science is the reason for this.
  • They have a good friendship with Kirito and Asuna, likely because they can enter in the cyberworld in an interesting way. They're also good friends with Sinon, due to the fact that she has a Choice of Two Weapons, thing that MegaMan.EXE also has, as he's good using the MegaBuster and Sword Chips.
    • They also dislike Nobuyuki Sugou as he not only tried to rape Asuna, but also tried to use the virtuRal world to manipulate people.
  • When the two heard about Colonel and Iris, they thought the NetNavis they allied and befriended had ascended, only to be disappointed when they found that isn't the case at all. The duo are conflicted about these incarnations, since while they do genuinely want to bring peace, the Repliforce failed to help their case at all. Even the kindest member, Iris, ended up causing some trouble as well by attempting to avenge her brother. Lan and MegaMan do sympathize with them at the very least.
  • The duo are shown to get along with the Meisters and their weapon partners, especially Maka, Soul, Black☆Star, Tsubaki, and Kid. Not only can they fight together, but they can also syncronize their souls for a boost of power. They are also sympathetic towards Crona after hearing about Medusa's abuse of them, and promise to make sure Medusa never comes anywhere near them again.
  • The duo are at odds with Teseo of the Seven. His power to turn physical matter into data and vice versa, and the little limits it has effectively make him out to be a Reality Warping Digitized Hacker. To go alongside said powers Teseo is a malicious Troll who only joined up with his comrades agenda just because. This makes Teseo their biggest enemy amongst the Seven.
    • Lan and MegaMan become good allies with Gunvolt, who despite being an assassin, is a good person at heart. The two are willing to help when the need arises.
  • Ever since Wiz and Boomstick showcased the DEATH BATTLE! Royale between all the main Mega Men (EXE, Classic, X, Volnutt, and Star Force), they've garnered a lot of attention as a result since EXE proved to be the most powerful of all of them. But rather than take pride in this, MegaMan can only look on in horror at the collateral damage done in their battle. This battle has haunted him ever since.
    • Despite the above battle, all of them still became good friends with one another, with the losing Mega Men admitting they would feel the same way EXE would if they had won. All five of them formed a team to help each other with their respective enemies, even combining their Mega Buster should the need arise.
    • Geo in particular was quite excited to meet the inventor of the BrotherBand himself in person, with Lan being modest about the whole thing. Lan, MegaMan, and Geo have heard rumors of a lost alternate timeline where an older Geo teams up with Lan's descendant Kazuma. After doing research in the House of Machinery and Technology's database, they are both disappointed that such a thing never came to pass, and curious as to what happened that led to Geo and Kazuma becoming wanted outlaws. Regardless, the three still vow to help each other in their time of need.
  • Jack-in, [MegaMan.EXE]! Execute!

Mao, God of Dangerous Telepaths

    Rosso, Viola, and Rudolph 
Rosso, Viola, and Rudolph, Gods of Lima Syndrome (The Baron of Wings, The Sword of Storms, Rudolf Gerhardt Zeppelin III)
Rosso and Viola, with Rudolph in the center
Rosso and Viola, in their Storm Sworder personas

    Solidus Snake 
President George Sears, God of Properly-Placed Paranoia (Solidus Snake, King, The 43rd President of the United States, “Solid Snake”, GORGE, Son of Big Boss, Ol' Georgie Boy, Gas Snake, Octopussy, Scandalous Snake)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The American Flag wrapped around two Katana, The Minshuto ("Democrat") and Kyowato ("Republican")
  • Theme Songs: Yell Dead Cell, Father And Son
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil with Lawful Neutral aspirations
  • Portfolio: Anti-Villain, Raiden's Archnemesis Foster Dad, Cold Revenge on The Patriots, Child Soldier Who Grew Up to Create More Like Himself, Exoskeleton Suit with "Snake Arms", Wielding Two Swords
  • Domains: Freedom, Sword Wielding, Liberty, Justice, Speed, Being Remembered
  • Complicated Relationships: Funny Valentine, Revolver Ocelot, Sundowner, Mistral, Monsoon, Satsuki Kiryuin and her Elite Four, Josiah "Jed" Bartlet
  • Enemies: Raiden (his foster son), Solid Snake, Liquid Snake, Steve Rogers/Captain America, Führer King Bradley, Father and his Homunculi, Esdeath, Seryu Ubiquitous
  • He started to realize just how far the Patriots' reach had extended, and decided to ascend and gain allies in his attempts to fight The Patriots. Though many think that he is only being paranoid, he has been shown to be right, as he showed the future in which The Patriots were in control.
  • He is the reason Raiden is Jack the Ripper. Because of that, Raiden will always be his enemy, and he has new, upgraded power armor to fight on his level.
  • When he was told that Revolver Ocelot was in The Pantheon, he, at first, was livid until he discovered what Ocelot was really after all along: The destruction of The Patriots, since then Solidus has offered Ocelot help, though he is often wary around him.
  • Is probably the only one of Big Boss's clones to not have a problem with Big Boss, instead visibly treating his progenitor with great respect.
  • Is trying to uphold the American ideals of freedom and equality for all. He will uphold that even if that means the deaths of hundreds.
  • He also absolutely hates any other member of the Pantheon that believes in attempting to hold absolute control, and do so over individual rights, as he thinks they are no better then The Patriots and must be killed. Any Ancient Conspiracy that seeks this out in some way or another are especially heinous to him.
    • One such target group would be the Homunculus Father and his arcane offspring, for what they have tried to do to their country of Amestris (and Father successfully did to his previous country Xerxes as a simple dwarf in a flask). Because of this, the moment they ascended their public Head of State, Führer-President King Bradley, he has sought opportunities to try to bring them down, including working with Satsuki Kiryuin and her Elite Four (who themselves have learned their lessons about this type of thing) with the specific intent to go after Bradley. He and Satsuki actually had Bradley dead-to-rights during said raid, only for two of Bradley's partners, Esdeath and Seryu Ubiquitous, to save the Führer.
  • Is often at odds with both his brothers Liquid and Solid. Liquid believes that there can only be one Boss and one Snake and has attempted to eliminate him at times, while Solid often thinks he is going too far as he has tried to stop him.
  • He does have good memories about the time he and Ocelot were talking about the plans for taking over Metal Gear during the Shadow Moses Incident.
  • President Jed Bartlet is said to be helping direct him and other American soldiers to try and take down groups like the Homunculi and the Patriots before they can repeat their atrocities in the Pantheon. He also works alongside President Funny Valentine as they have similar beliefs of what is good for The Country.


    Celestia Ludenberg 
Celestia Ludenberg, Goddess of Old Identity Refusal (Super High-School Level/Ultimate Gambler, The Queen of Liars, Celes, Celeste, Taeko Yasuhiro, Super High-School Level Hellspawn, Grand Spite Demon Thebumphor, Super Duper Hell School Actual Demon)
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A miniature of a castle with vampire-cosplaying manservants greeting at gate
  • Theme Song: 嘘つき女王 ~la reine du menteur!!~
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil if pushed far enough, otherwise True Neutral, though she will insist otherwise
  • Portfolio: Gambling & Poker Face, Believing Their Own Lies, Going From Calm Cute To Batshit Angry In Seconds, 'Gendo Pose' While Smiling, Stepford Smiler, Hating Her Old, Plain Self, Elegant Gothic Lolita, Graceful Loser, Facing Death With Dignity (Or at Least Attempting To), Lack of Empathy
  • Domains: Lies, Luck, Gambling
  • Allies: Revolver Ocelot, Evangeline MacDowell, Monomi/Usami
  • Just Acquaintances with: Iroh, Judai Yuki, Margaret Moonlight
  • Enemies (AKA those designated with 'Rank F'): Junko Enosima and Monokuma, Yuuki Terumi, Honoka Kosaka
  • Worthy Opponents: Keiichi Maebara, Tsumugi Shirogane, Kiriya Kujo/Kamen Rider Lazer (Turbo)
  • Was once thought to perish during the High School of Mutual Killing, but in truth, Celes was saved in the nick of time by Ocelot, who's impressed with the way she lies through everything and considered making her an apprentice by deifying her. Out of gratitude, Celes accepted. She did grew to hate Monokuma for real for nearly destroying her grand death.
  • Her other title shows that in time, Celes is the go-to Goddess for those who are tired with their old identity and wishes to shape a new identity. She'll be there to teach everything to do for such thing.
  • Although she was a victim of the High School of Mutual Killing, Celes is not viewed with much positive light aside of a select few, as they were aware from the High School of Mutual Killing that if it fits her, she'd manipulate and murder some people she deems fit, all without any tinge of empathy. Celes doesn't deny such facts, treating them with stride, it's the way she is, and at least, in her opinion, better than the overly plain Taeko Yasuhiro.
    • That being said, despite being 'condemned' to the execution by Makoto Naegi, Celes never held any ill-wills on him. To her, her condemnation just meant that she lost in a fair match with Naegi.
  • Challenged upcoming God, Keiichi Maebara in a "Convincing contest", when she found that Keiichi was known as the "Magician of Words". The two went on a complete debate with Celestia's lies and Keiichi's charm coming head to head, until Keiichi somehow convinced Celes to let him win. When Celes realized what he did, she congratulated him on being beaten at her own game. She gave him the suggestion for apprenticeship under Revolver Ocelot, but Keiichi declined, but is always ready to thrown down another "Convincing Contest" over tea. Celes smiled in response.
  • A lot will say that she is the Evil Counterpart of Hikaru Shidou in the Magic and Sorcery house. Where Hikaru is brimmed with positive thoughts, hope and Hot-Blooded; Celes is pretty dark and manipulative. But she wouldn't even use her similar voice with her to fool people.
  • Is known as one of the greatest gamblers in the Pantheon. The reason why she didn't take The Gambler throne was because someone damn lucky can still beat her... like Naegi, Komaeda, or Kyosuke Nanbu.
  • Is known to get extremely pissed off if she's served with tea wrongly. Thankfully, she always got the tea she liked from Iroh. And just like every other God out there, Celes dreads the time when Excalibur visits.
    • She has also made a tea drinking friend with Margaret Moonlight. She is also one of the few gods that she will accept a target from for free, due to their calm and pleasant demeanor when not fighting anyone.
  • Naturally, due to her title, Terumi tried to goad her 'nicely' into shaping that the 'lies' she enthralled should include 'everything else' and the only truth being 'despair'. Contrary to what everyone expects, Celes goes nuts, scolding Terumi far harsher than how she got mad over tea or being exposed as a murderer and tells him that a being like him instantly Rank Fnote , especially when Terumi insinuates that she's not so different from him. She only got away with it because Terumi had to keep up his Hazama charade.
  • Is aware that she shares the same name as one of the Co-Goddesses of Winged Unicorns and the Goddess of Guilt and Unintended Large-Scale Consequences.
  • She helped Ocelot in his scheme for the fall of Relius by convincing Litchi Faye-Ling to not fully support him. The plan was a success, and Celes' reasoning to help? Since Relius is Terumi's friend and Terumi is the master of Monokuma, she considers the act being her middle finger.
    • While it wasn't known for real, some has sensed that Celes has a demonic hellspawn voice when trying to convince Litchi. While it didn't faze the latter, it did convince Litchi that Celes was pretty serious on that thing and decided to give her idea a shot.
  • Her other name is apparently Thebumphor, said to be an actual creature of hell. In this form there has been rumors that she's going out with... Scorpion.
  • When she heard that a god of Lucky Draws had ascended into the Pantheon, she quickly tried to challenge him to see if his luck was really that good to ascended but was disappointed that it turned out that Judai Yuki didn't actually know how to play poker They have decided to postpone it since Judai really doesn't like to turn down from a challenge. Though his first attempts at playing other card games did leave her with... quite the impression, to say the least... He couldn't even play Yahtzee without completely derailing the whole game.
  • Upon hearing of how an enemy of Monokuma not only ascended, but also that she was willing to speak on her behalf that she's not as evil as she claims to be, Celestia pulled the white rabbit aside and insisted that if they want to see her as evil, that's fine by her as she likes that view better than just being seen as another regular person, but she also thanked her for trying to improve how she was portrayed. Regardless, Celestia still has given Usami her support with making sure that Monokuma and his mastermind don't do anything problematic.
  • Has struck up and Odd Friendship with Kiriya Kujo. Many speculate this is due to Celestia finding it interesting to interact with someone just adept at lying as she is on a regular interval.

    Coraline Jones 
Coraline Jones, Goddess of Curiosity With Variable Results (Caroline, Twitchy-Witchy girl, Jonesy)
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A snow globe, a Japanese Academy cap and an adder stone
  • Theme Music: "Coraline's Theme"; alternatively, this
  • Alignment: True Neutral —> Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The good and bad sides to curiosity, crawled into another world through a tunel in her house, Kid Heroine, Took a Level in Kindness, Plucky Girl, moves into mysterious house with a past, dyed blue hair in the film (actually a brunette), Tomboy, Guile Heroine, Snarky Bratty Teenage Daughter With A Heart Of Gold, Combat Pragmatist, fights the Beldam in her pajamas
  • Domains: Travel, Adventure, Development, Heroism, Curiosity
  • Heralds: Her parents (Mel and Charlie Jones), The Cat, and her close friend Wyborne "Wybie" Lovat.
  • Allies: Alice Liddel/Kingsleigh, Salem, Len, Koneko Toujou, Chihiro Ogino, Dorothy Gale, Barbarella, Miyuki-chan, Kagome Higurashi, Miaka Yuuki, Jack Skellington, Lydia Deetz, Casper, Erma, L.B. Jeffries and Lisa Fremont, Tulip Olsen
  • Enemies: The Other Mother/The Beldam, Banette, Ungoliant, Shelob, Hatsune Hirasaka, Muffet
  • Conflicting Opinions: Alice Margatroid, Haruka, Beetlejuice
  • Pities: Sadako Yamamura
  • Coraline was originally a bratty girl annoyed at her parents for paying her no attention and at the move into the decrepit Pink Palace apartments. Exploring the house to relieve her boredom, she came across a mysterious small door which revealed a passage to another world where everything seemed made to please her. This turned out too good to be true as Coraline's Other Mother eventually demanded that she have buttons sewn into her eyes in order to stay there forever, and that wasn't an offer. Ultimately, Coraline's curiosity that led her into this dangerous situation also served to do good in the end as she defeated the Beldam/Other Mother once and for all and freed the souls of the children the monster had killed before. For her deeds, and for showing that there is both bad and good to being curious, Coraline was rewarded with a position in the Pantheon.
  • Her temple is pretty much the Pink Palace house she lived in in the mortal world. It's still on the "falling-to-pieces" side of things but after learning her lesson, she wouldn't have it any other way. It does include a nice big garden filled with red flowers that her parents (the REAL ones) planted. By the way, they still think she's having one of her fantasies whenever she tries breaking it to them that she's a goddess now. Even if they don't believe in the Pantheon, they're still allowed to visit her.
  • Coraline seems to like Salem, Koneko and Len a little since they remind her of the Cat (not to be confused with that other Cat) who supported her against the Beldam.
  • Coraline was disturbed when she found out that her enemy the Beldam had made it into the Pantheon, before her even. Her only relief is that she doesn't have a proper temple. She tries to keep everyone, especially troubled children, away from the hole to her world.
  • Banette opposes Coraline for burning a doll and she opposes him back for being such a Creepy Doll, which she has grown to hate because of the Other Mother. Haruka and Alice Margatroid also scare her for their use of dolls, though all agree on their dislike of the Other Mother.
  • Due to her experiences with the Beldam, whose real form is a monstrous spidery creature, Coraline has become wary of most spider deities lest they be on the Beldam's side. The more anthropomorphic or bigger, the worse. This makes her oppose the similarly evil Ungoliant, its offspring Shelob and also Hatsune Hirasaka. Who are also female, funnily enough. The truth is that the spider deities generally don't care for the Beldam; a few don't mind her but she has no real allies. Of course, she's not about to let Coraline know about her lack of support.
    • After hearing about Coraline's prejudice against spiders, Muffet has declared her an enemy. She doesn't care about what happened with the Beldam (and doesn't care to know); if Coraline hates spiders, then she's on her shitlist. This has just convinced Coraline that she was right to suspect spiders. It's a Vicious Cycle.
  • Coraline has a lot to talk about with Jack Skellington on account of what misadventures their curiosity has led them to, since it was curiosity that led Jack to Christmastown and wanting to learn more about Christmas. The fact that they have a shared director in Henry Selick helps. (Not Tim Burton as many believe.)
  • She also became friends with L.B. Jeffries, who's another deity whose curiosity about his neighbours gave him some unexpected thrills when he became witness to a murder.
  • She gets along well with Lydia Deetz as they've both had problems of a supernatural nature when they moved into their new houses. Coraline doesn't know what to make of Beetlejuice though; even though his role in Lydia's life was similar to the Beldam, the existence of an alternate universe where he's Lydia's friend muddies things. And he's generally not as bad as the Beldam and is even kind of fun at times.
  • After hearing her adventure started by going through a tunnel, Alice (the one who started it all) approached her with offers of friendship and introduced her to other deities who've also gone through a tunnel (or similar passages) and had adventures in worlds completely different from their home ones, such as Chihiro, Dorothy, Barbarella, Kagome, Miaka, and Miyuki-chan. Coraline actually was considered for the pertinent trope alongside Chihiro, but it was ultimately the latter who got it. Despite how some deities thought this'd create a rivalry between them, Coraline doesn't find it a big deal and is fine with the trope she's been given, and has become good friends with Chihiro (worth noting that they're the only ones in this group whose parents were in danger in the other world) with whom she has a bit of a Tomboy and Girly Girl dynamic. They've even been nicknamed the Rabbit Hole Duo (or Trio, when Alice is included) by the other deities.
  • Coraline's experience with ghosts (helping to free the souls of three children murdered by the Beldam) has made her the sub-House of ghosts more approachable to her, now that she knows not all ghosts are out to haunt people. She gets along with the friendly Casper and Erma well. Her feelings for Sadako are more mixed; she knows she's dangerous, but can't help but feel sorry for her and wanting to help her since she reminds her of the dead children.
  • Coraline was surprised to learn that she wasn't the only girl with parental problems who ended up trapped in another world and had a talking cat guide them. Turns out another goddess named Tulip Olsen also went through similar problems (the main difference is that her parents were divorced, not busy) and ended up on a Train which had her confront her issues over the divorce. The main difference was that Tulip would eventually recognize that a world where her parents never separated wouldn't be real, and that it was better to accept what happpen and learn to move forward. Coraline comes to visit Tulip at her temple every now and then playing some of Tulip's games or sharing onions.

    Hannibal Lecter 
Hannibal Lecter, God of Ruining Interrogations and Villainous Drinking (Hannibal the Cannibal, The Cemetary Mink, The Chesapeake Ripper, Il Mostro)
Lecter in the Hannibal series 
  • Demigod, with some moments of Lesser
  • Symbol: The Duomo, seen from the Belvedere.
  • Theme: Hannibal Opening
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Cannibalism, Scheming, Magnificence, Being Delightfully Nuts, Hannibal Lectures, Sinister Intellectuals
  • Domains: Trickery, Planning, Manipulation, Evil, Intelligence, Hunger
  • Allies: Vaas Montenegro, Johan Liebert, Hexxus, Abelt Dessler
  • Respected by: SCP-953
  • Enemies: Every good Deity in the Houses of Law and Justice and Food, Marion Crane, Laurie Strode, Sidney Prescott, Odin, Kenzo Tenma, Batman, James Bond, Jigsaw
  • Opposed by: Dexter Morgan
  • Rival: Jack the Ripper, John Doe, Dracula
  • Complicated Relationship with: Will Graham and Clarice Starling
  • Fears: Rem, The Wendigo
  • Engaged in an epic battle of slightly off-rocker wits with Johan. Somehow this ended with a trip to a fancy restaurant for some martinis, wherein they slaughtered every last person for lulz and giggles.
  • One person Lecter particularly gets along with is Dessler for his appreciation for fine wine and classiness. Of course, the two of them don't discuss each other's business whenever they visit and prefer to focus on the drinking.
  • His dethroning of Painis Cupcake caused pantheon access to Painis Cupcake videos to disappear, and thus removing the God of All Overlord's favorite source of lulz. As a result, Mr. Lecter is now on top of Overlord Zenon's kill list. She plans on making him the star of her next "dinner for one".
  • When Will and Clarice, the two of them reluctantly paid his place a visit as a gesture of thank you for helping with their case (although Will is much more reluctant to do so than Clarice and both of them brought weapons and atleast several other bodyguards).
    • However, Clarice was disgusted when found out that her novel counterpart made a Face–Heel Turn and became Hannibal's lover and on the run with him. This caused her to avoid the House of Mentalism as much as possible in fear of the place lapsed her into her novel counterpart. Will's relationship with Hannibal also deteriorated when he found out from the House of Love that one version of Hannibal is in love with him, which isn't a good combination with the fact that Hannibal framed him for murder and sent him to an asylum.
    • In his part, Hannibal respect them enough that he wouldn't kill them when stepped into his place and happily assist them to catch any serial killer should they once again need his expertise. Will and Clarice are also the only one he allows to calls out his mispronunciation of faba beans.
  • Because of his infamous culinary "habit", the majority of the House of Food form a Teeth-Clenched Teamwork to keep him out. This pisses Lecter off and he sometimes bands with those who condone his actions themselves to mess with the House's food source. He doesn't use human meat, of course. That is just so wasteful.
  • Formed an intense rivalry with Jack the Ripper for "taking" his throne as the god of Serial Killer to the point of engaged in a rap battle. Because of this rivalry, Lecter is a frequent consultant in Will & Clarice's investigation of him.
  • Attracted attention from Dracula for his reputation of eating other humans. Their meeting turned hostile when Dracula is surprise that Lecter looks like his sworn enemy Van Helsing.
  • Don't EVER mistakes Odin for him unless you want a Gungrir aiming straight at you. The last time some confuse mortal made that mistake with his MCU counterpart, Thor has to intervene to save their ass.
  • The victims of serial killers / Final Girl like Marion, Laurie and Sidney in the Pantheon have a big hatred for him, not only for his crime but also for his disgusting habit of eating his victim. Hannibal is very aware of this and one day delivered a "talk" with all three of them over dinner about how all of their killers are all just petty, low life, sorry excuse of a human and doesn't even deserve to be compared to him.
  • Because of his similarity and alliance with Johan, Dr. Tenma is completely disgusted by Lecter's very presence. The two can sometimes be seen engages in intense mental battle whenever they came across each other.
  • Batman hates Lecter to the bone due to the horrific crimes Hannibal committed and one of Batman's enemy's Calendar is similar to Lecter.
  • While every enforcer hates him, James Bond has been a standout - not only Hannibal is even worse than all the bad guys he's encountered, but Bond always sees Hannibal in his young days and gets reminded of Le Chiffre.
  • Dexter Morgan absolutely despises him due to his crime as a serial killer and his betrayal that leading up to Dexter's ascension. Lecter just laughs him off and delivers his signature speech about how Dexter is not so different from a serial killer and the fact that atleast neither he or Jack became a lumberjack.

    The Master (Padak
The Master, God of Finding Something Worth Living For (The Flounder, Master Oldfish, Old Wise Flatfish)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: An stylized drawing of him
  • Theme Song: I'm Sorry/Forgive Me (shared with Padak)
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: No Name Given Outside of his Title, Dark and Troubled Past, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Sour Outside, Sad Inside, We All Die Someday, Hidden Depths, Mentioning the Sea Reminds him Of his Dead Mate, Unwilling to Eat the Dead Body of Spotty, Took a Level in Kindness, Took a Level in Idealism, The Only Fish to Outright Escape at the End After Realizing a Free Life in the Sea Was Something Worth Living For, Following a Near-Death Experience
  • Domains: Fishes, Freedom, Life
  • Heralds: Jooldom, Ms. Snapper, Sea Bass
  • High Priests: Riki and Rin
  • Follower: Scampers
  • Allies: Padak, Aquaman, Gaea, San, The Lorax, Hazel, Captain Planet, Fluttershy, Rose Quartz, Squidward, Thunder
  • Enemies: Most human deities in general, The GUAE Trollkaiger, Monstro, The Penguins of Madagascar, The Scout, General Woundworth, Koba, Tubal-Cain, Lotso
  • Not so different from: The Orca, Marlin, Manny
  • Begrudging Respect for: Steve Irwin, Eliza Thornberry, Ash Ketchum, Sam Manson, Lisa Simpson, Aang
  • Confused by: Octodad
  • Opooses: The House of Food, Saxton Hale, The Gyaos
  • Complicated Relationship: Anago
  • In a seafood restaurant in Korea, in Tank 3 once resided the Master, an old flatfish who'd survived throughout his whole life in the tank by hiding from humans, and mentored a group of fish into staying alive in the harsh environment they were confined to. He was well-respected and admired by his fellow fish for his wise advice, but he also lied about coming from the sea to ensure their admiration and loyalty. But his long-standing authority came to an end when Padak came along, the mackerel was quick to try and band the fish to escape the restaurant, much to the Master's frustration, who'd insist that there was no point in going back to the sea due to it being full of dangers, he would then enter a violent conflict with Padak in an attempt to retain his authority and status, but soon enough found himself in a complete self-analysis of his actions and mentality, eventually coming around his original thought process after Spotty's and Padak's death, his own Near-Death Experience at the restaurant's chopping block that preceded Padak's death, which all inspired him to escape from the tank into the sea, with a little bit of pushing from Padak's last words to him, as she encouraged him to move on and truly live, rather than just survive; despite a close call; he successfully escaped and went back to the sea to live a free life, unfortunately none of his fellow fish could follow him and were presumably killed at a later point.
  • Shortly after Padak's own ascension, came the Master's ascension as well, he was surprised to find himself in the Pantheon, and like Padak before him, had to be guided on its rules. Once he got cleared up on it, he quickly went looking for Padak, until he reached the House of Death Archetypes, their reunion was very heartwarming, with the two friends glad to be reunited. Ever since the two keep into contact with one another, with the Master swearing on his life that he'll protect Padak from any threats to her, uncaring if he dies doing so.
  • Strangely enough, he's found himself having an understanding of sorts with Marlin, as both fishes lost their mates in similar ways and were influenced by their mates' death into having a complacent mentality that they grew out of. That their stories also have a sort of parallel with Padak and Dory helping them both respectively to overcome their past fears and trauma has helped matters too. Although Marlin is not quite ready to consider the Master an ally, given the Master's ruthlessness and past of eating fellow fish, the Master is understanding of this and makes sure not to bother Marlin too much. Dory has tried to befriend the Master, clarifying that while he may be a predatory fish, if he can change his ways like Bruce did then it's all fine in her book.
    • He's also had a similar experience with The Orca, as both lost their mates to humanity and were deeply affected by it into cynicism and hate. Although the Master couldn't really take revenge like the Orca did, with the closest he ever got to a "revenge" being him nicking the owner of the restaurant he resided in with a small toy sword to escape his grasp the day where he escaped the restaurant. The Orca pities him greatly for his inability to truly settle the score with humans, even if the Master would usually be little more than a snack to him. For that reason, both deities have developed a sort-of mutual silent respect for one another.
    • Another connection he formed was with Manfred "Manny" the Mammoth. Both having had to witness their mates being killed by humans, and growing a cynical defeatist mentality due to it, though their stories went in different paths afterwards, both respect each other and are willing to cooperate with one another should the need come for it. Likewise, Manfred has clarified that he won't judge The Master for his predatory ways, clarifying that he understands that he was trying to survive and that Manfred only hates those who kill for pleasure.
  • Has formed a connection with Thunder, due to her story being too strikingly similar to the Master's own, as both deities suffered at the hands of humanity's worst actions, and went down a path of nihilism (Though the Master didn't quite become a Death Seeker) before they were somewhat able to turn away from that mentality.
  • Unlike Padak, he's NOT fond of humanity as a whole, and rarely interacts with any human deities. Likewise he has imposed a ban on humans in his temple, lest the humans prove themselves as being capable of earning the Master's trust. Only a few select humans such as Steve Irwin, Aang, Eliza Thornberry and others have been able to be on the Master's good graces to some extent. While he may not see them as full-blown allies he does at least begrudgingly respects them.
    • That said, there are a good amount of humans he outright hates, such as Scout, who enjoys taunting him with the Holy Mackerel and has similarly aggravated Padak; and Saxton Hale, who's goal of killing all wildlife with his bare hands he does not like at all due to its lack of a real purpose beyond entertaining Saxton. Also included here are murderous humans such as Tubal-Cain, who disgusts the master with his brutality and cruelty, while also serving as dark reminders of his own sins in the time he spent at the Tank in the restaurant. In a similar manner, he is disgusted by Lotso, especially given that the latter responded to the chances that the toys gave him to change with further cruelty, and that was after years of deliberately abusing others and imposing a Straw Nihilist mentality on Sunnyside.
    • As an odd party, Octodad confuses him a lot, given the octopus has gone through similar grief as him due to being pursued by a sushi chef, while also romancing a human woman and starting a family with her. While he's glad that Octodad found his happiness and saved himself from ending up as food, he can't quite make out what to think of the part where he romances a human woman and all its implications. He remains cordial with the octopus, regardless.
  • He's allied with other animal deities who've been put through the wringer by humans but managed to beat the odds and make a good life for themselves, such as Hazel and Caesar. While also making mutual enemies in Woundworth and Koba, whom he views as a dark reflection of himself and how he could've ended if he let his power go up to his head. The fact that both abuse their authorities and are not so different from the worst of humanity doesn't helps either. Even when both tried to appeal to him by claiming that they fought for the extermination of mankind and would therefore be great allies to him, he refused, as he could see that despite their seemingly noble intent, they were ultimately vile narcissistic controllers deep down no better than the worst of humanity.
  • At large he remains uninterested in the Pantheon's Forever War and prefers to spend his time either on his or Padak's temple. He's clarified that its not out of cowardice like he did in the past, but rather him believing himself to be a non-entity to the conflict and preferring a neutral approach to it, only slightly supporting the House of Nature due to their goals being completely beneficial to him in the long run.

    Mystery Inc. 
Mystery Incorporated members , The Meddling Gods (Fred: Freddie, Fred Chiles | Daphne: Danger-Prone Daphne | Shaggy and Scooby: Skinny Man and Dead Meat | Shaggy: Ultra Instinct Shaggy | Scooby: Scoob, Scooby-Dooby-Doo)
L-R: Fred, Velma, Scooby, Shaggy, Daphne
  • Demigods
  • Symbol: The Mystery Machine
  • Theme Song: "Scooby Doo, Where are You!", What's New, Scooby Doo or "Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated Opening"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Mysteries, Meddling, Friendship
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: The Evil Entity, Dick Dastardly & Muttley, The Joker, The Penguin, The Riddler, Katz, Lex Luthor, Bill Cipher, Barbatos
  • Special Relations: Scrappy-Doo
  • Mystery Incorporated is a team of sleuths consisting of Fred Jones (leader of the group who has shown a fascination for designing traps), Daphne Blake (who can fend for herself at times even if she is prone to getting kidnapped), Velma Dinkley (tech-savvy and not above being sassy at times), Shaggy Rogers and Scooby-Doo (a duo who is very fond of food and is quite frightened of all the supernatural shenanigans going on). They have all traveled through many locations ranging from small towns to large cities to places in the middle or nowhere, solving an assortment of mysteries that relate to some sort of monster running around and terrorizing the setting in question. While the monster in question is more likely than not some person wearing a costume carrying out some sort of questionable money-making scheme, there have been instances where the monster turns out to be a real threat. Nevertheless, the team has always cracked the case on why those strange events have been happening and whoever is responsible for it would have gotten away with it if it weren’t for those meddling kids.
  • The gang was traveling around in the Mystery Machine as they always have when they encountered a sign that said a place known as the Pantheon was just a few miles away. Not long after they arrived, they learned of reports going around that some mythical creatures were running around the Pantheon once more. As the group was investigating and looking for clues to see if anything was suspicious, they noticed that there was a massive library in the Pantheon and looking through it, contained information about the gang’s previous adventures from places such as Crystal Cove. Not long after, a trap was set for the creatures and those creatures simply turned out to be a group of vengeful thugs looking to destroy the aforementioned library over a series of disagreements. A day after that incident, the same mythical creatures that the gang initially thought were fake were witnessed from afar and, taking into account that book from the library that chronicled Mystery Incorporated’s past exploits, the gang suspected that the Pantheon had a lot more mysteries than it was letting in on.
  • At some points in time, Scrappy-Doo tagged along with the team (mainly Scooby and Shaggy, with Daphne sometimes involved) to help them solve some mysteries. Scrappy’s usefulness as a member of the team never really came to be and after getting kicked out, plotted revenge against them, which ultimately ended in failure. While he has since largely calmed down following that incident and that Mystery Inc. has at least acknowledged that Scrappy has his merits, both parties opted to keep their distance from each other and the team hasn’t really relied on Scrappy for mystery-solving overall.
  • Not only has the team encountered a lot of seemingly ordinary denizens to solve mysteries related to them, Mystery Inc. has met up with a lot of distinct characters and has helped them out with whatever mystery was headed their way. These instances ranged from meeting up with wrestling icons on two separate occasions, working with the Winchester brothers and Castiel when the latter trio got sucked inside a TV, to working with a whole bunch of other characters at different points in time (with some going in unexpected directions, such as the time the gang met Johnny Bravo and their time with him ended with the gang tying him to a tree as part of an apology to his aunt). One of the most notable guest allies that Mystery Inc. has encountered numerous times was Batman given his skills as both a detective and a crimefighter and the fact that the team has played a role in stopping some of his adversaries whenever those encounters take place. Even within the Pantheon, Mystery Inc. has worked with some friendly deities to solve a mystery and bust some costume-wearing criminal.
  • In addition to the myriad assortment of characters that Mystery Inc. encountered and helped out with regarding mysteries, the team has also come into contact with other sleuths. Mystery Inc. has been seen as similar to the Investigation Team mainly in how they’re a group of teenage/young adult sleuths (and an animal) looking into unusual circumstances and finding out that the criminal they were after was an average-looking individual that was only discovered towards the end of the case. Both parties have taken a liking to each other, with the Investigation Team providing some cover for Mystery Inc. whenever the latter’s tricks aren’t enough to get them out of trouble.
    • Dipper and Mabel Pines’ adventures in the strange town of Gravity Falls managed to get the gang’s attention. As the twins managed to uncover the secrets hidden within the town, they learned about the Bill Cipher and his plans to turn the entire world into his personal chaotic playground and thwarted it with the help of their family and other denizens within the town. This brought to mind the time that Mystery Inc. went to Crystal Cove and uncovered various secrets there, leading up to taking down a world-destroying abomination. Mystery Inc. tends to serve as older sibling figures to the Pines twins when it comes to solving strange supernatural occurrences, though the twins can certainly hold their own even if things get tough.
  • It didn’t take long for Mystery Inc. to learn about teams of other paranormal investigators in the Pantheon and the gang has maintained a good friendship with them. Whether it's a team who tackles much more gruesome fare such as the Bedtime Stories crew or someone much more eccentric than even Mystery Inc. as a whole such as the Ghost Stories crew, the gang has lent their expertise to some missions carried out by those respective groups. There’s also other paranormal investigators who the gang was curious about such as those from the Ghost Trick cast who went through events that were much stranger than potentially anything that Mystery Inc. has gone through.
  • Scooby and Shaggy managed to find good kinship with Courage the Cowardly Dog for a handful of reasons, chief among them being able to solve mysteries in spite of his cowardice. It helps that a lot of what Courage confronts tend to be supernatural threats with plenty of those being involved with cons in some way, much like how Mystery Inc. deals with people who take advantage of supernatural elements to pull off a scheme of some kind. The rest of the team is on good terms with Courage as well and both parties have worked with each other in solving problems that come their way, with some of those instances involving something that either Mystery Inc. or Courage is having trouble dealing with.
  • Elaborate devices designed to trap anyone foolish to cross it have been a regular part of the gang’s plans to find the culprit (to a point where Fred is sometimes obsessed with these traps), even if the traps aren’t always successful. This would lead them to meet up with a kid named Kevin Mccallister, who has experience in setting up traps to thwart a couple of bandits that were trying to steal from him. Fred in particular wanted to see Kevin’s traps in action and in turn, Kevin offered some help in designing some traps for Mystery Inc. to use to get some criminals busted.
  • There have been a few instances where the usefulness of Shaggy and Scooby for the group has been put into question given their cowardly and bumbling character. Even if they aren’t the bravest members of the team, they still have gotten the job done (with or without Scooby Snacks) and have even gone off on a few adventures of their own without the other members of Mystery Incorporated. While some of the more cynical (if not outright jerkish) denizens of the Pantheon believe that Mystery Inc. is better off without Scooby and Shaggy, it became clear that the two aren’t going anywhere and they are still valued members of the team.
  • While the majority of crimes that Mystery Inc. solves tend to be someone taking advantage of a supernatural phenomenon, there have been instances where the supernatural is acting on their own accord and not being used as a front by a crook. There have been a handful of times where Velma didn’t really believe in the supernatural, though that particular mindset didn’t really stick with her. The team would later find out about a duo who would investigate many supernatural incidents in the form of Agents Mulder and Scully, with the latter being skeptical of supernatural phenomena and the former someone who is convinced that the supernatural really exist. Like Mystery Inc., the pair has solved a wide variety of mysteries ranging from stand-alone problems to something much larger. While the duo commended the gang for solving a wide variety of unusual problems, Scully isn’t above chiding Mulder with the possibility that the supernatural incidents that occur could be caused by someone with too much time on their hands.
  • As noted, much of the incidents that Mystery Inc. solves in the Pantheon tend to be perpetuated by a regular individual looking for some personal gain, though the Pantheon itself does have more chances of these incidents actually being a supernatural occurrence. With how much information spreads in the Pantheon, it’s possible that the crook is already a notorious criminal looking to cover their tracks in some capacity (as was the case a few times in the gang’s career). Nevertheless, regardless of who or what it is, the gang isn’t going to be deterred from solving whatever is headed their way.
  • To no one's surprise, they got along well with Buffy Summers, who downright named her group "The Scoobies". She even has their back in case of supernatural entities confuse Daphne for Buffy and attack Mystery Inc., as they still don't have enough experience fighting actual monsters compared to people dressed as them.
  • Some deities from the house of love have noticed that for some unexplained reason, Shaggy tends to be paired with various love interests during the gang’s adventures. In fact, he has had more love interests than any other Hanna-Barbera deity that has been ascended into the Pantheon. Nobody can really explain why, not even Shaggy himself. In some continuities, he even got paired with both Daphne and Velma respectively. When they were both asked what they thought about it, they were both…conflicted. Sure, they like Shaggy as a friend and they think he’s a nice guy, but he’s not their type…or is he?
  • Despite his stance as a Lovable Coward, Shaggy has come to be seen as a powerhouse that was dubbed "Ultra Instinct" Shaggy after he beat up bikers at a restaurant (while under a hypnotic trigger). He's since been able to manifest these powers after swallowing a crystal under the assumption it was rock candy. One of the best ways to trigger his powers is through Lost Food Grievance, to which he will power up and deliver a sucker punch to whomever angered him. The best example of this happened when Arya Stark somehow knocked his sandwich onto the ground. Needless to say, Shaggy was pissed.and Arya took that seriously.
    Shaggy: ZOINKS! What'd I do to you?!

    Raven Reyes 
Raven Reyes, Goddess of Cold Equations (Little Bird, Reyes, Spacewalker)
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: Her pendant; a metal origami crane.
  • Theme: Raven's Plight
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Youngest and brightest zero-G mechanic on the Ark in 52 years, Alliterative Name, Lost feeling in her left leg and has to wear a brace but it doesn't inhibit her genius The Smart Girl of the bunch, Chief Mechanic of the 100 and makes most of the gadgets for them, Wrench Wench, Possesses exceptional hacking skills, Serves as Mission Control from time to time, Butt-Monkey, Iron Woobie, taken over by A.L.I.E. Figured Out How Many People Would Survive Primafiya, Put into cryosleep along with the remainder of mankind, Did not exist in the original novel
  • Domain: Mechanics, Space, Statistics, Love
  • Herald: Jacapo Sinclair
  • Allies: Luke Skywalker, Killua Zoldyck, Tony Stark/Iron Man, The Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, The Fantastic Four, Bentley Turtle, Otacon, Spock, Spike Spiegel, Radical Ed, Winry Rockbell, N, Maxie and Archie, The Toa Mata (Especially Toa Lewa)
  • Conflicting Opinion: Lexa
  • Wary Around: Lan Hikari and Mega Man.EXE, TRON, Kevin Flynn, Cyrus
  • Enemies: Ghetsis Harmonia, CLU, Giovanni, Lysandre, The MCP, AM, Ramsay Bolton, SHOCKER
  • Fears: Godzilla
  • Pitied By: Tyrion Lannister
  • Opposes: The Sub-Houses of Mind Control and Mind Games
  • Opposed By: Lugia, The Legendary Birds
  • Raven Reyes, along with the rest of the crew aboard the Eligus IV, was brought to the Pantheon during the Team Rainbow Rocket Crisis, where she was awoken from her cryosleep by Ghetsis Harmonia, who forced her to not only reconfigure the DNA splicers to work on the Legendary Birds, but also decipher the files needed to convert Lugia into its Shadowed form. She didn't have much choice in the matter; either she did what the Team Plasma Sage said or else the others on board would die. Luckily, when the Plasma's guard was down, Raven took the opportunity to briefly escape and send a Distress Call to the Pantheon. This allowed for several surviving deities to come up, defeat the Team Plasma grunts, capture Ghetsis, and secure Raven and the other passengers aboard the Eligus IV. She would later lend a hand in helping the resistance reach an Ultra Universe and aid in the defeat of Giovanni and Team Rainbow Rocket as a whole. For aiding in the victory against the criminal syndicate, Raven was given a temple and position as a Goddess in the Pantheon.
    • When she was being shown around her Temple, which was a near perfect replica of her workshop back in Arkadia, Raven was given the biggest shock of her life. Standing by the desk side was a middle aged man, with brown eyes and frizzy black and grey hair adorning a neutral yet formal face. At first, Raven assumed that it was another hallucination, a leftover from the destroyed A.L.I.E. chip. That all changed when he came over and pulled her into a hug, speaking in a soft voice.
    Sinclair: "Hey, Spacewalker. What took you so long?"
    • That was when Raven realized her mentor and Parental Substitute Jacapo Sinclair had been selected as her Herald, and after so many years apart, was reduced to tears and returned the hug in turn.
  • Raven's new home gave her plenty of interesting neighbours to hang out with, with Luke Skywalker and Killua Zoldyck becoming her first allies in the Sub-House. Killua has questioned why Raven, as well as the rest of the 100, would have to kill so many people, to which Luke correctly noted that it was to save many other lives in the process. While Raven was saddened by the thought of what she and the others had to do, The last Jedi Knight reassured her that it was for the greater good. The Vulcan Spock, who was also in attendance, agreed with Luke's statement. After all, the needs of the many outweighed the needs of the few.
  • Raven has found herself making friends with some of the Pantheon's mechanics and technical geniuses, many of them praising her own work as mechanic for the 100. Tony Stark and Reed Richards have had their gear fixed up by her and Bentley the Turtle and Otacon have approached Raven with an offer to join the White Hat Hackers. She has yet to confirm the offer but she has been considering it. But more often than not, Raven is seen working with both Sinclair and Alpha 5, with the little robot giving her special access to the Zords to work on and study their inner workings. It was like a dream come true for her and has been making modifications to them to help with against the Demonic Legion and SHOCKER's ever-growing arsenal of monsters.
  • During her rescue, Raven was more than shocked to see the former Commander of the 12 Clans, Lexa, alive and well. In fact, it was a total surprise due to not only Lexa being killed in their home world, but also the Flame being passed on to Clarke's adoptive daughter Madi, making her the new Commander. Now while Raven has plenty of reasons to hate Lexa - with the execution of her first boyfriend Finn being high on that list - she only has to deal with her from time to time and even then she's on MUCH better terms with Clarke Griffin, even if they get on each other's nerves.
  • The death of Finn, coupled with several other tragedies in her life, is the reason Raven stays away from the House of Love and Affection, as she doesn't want to be reminded of what she had lost. However, every now and again she'll meet up with Spike Spiegel and discuss their past relationships together, usually over drinks at the Stray Dog Bar. Spike is always welcomed company, and when they're together, the pair go on talking their many adventures, sharing a couple of laughs along the way. It was through Spike that Raven became friends with Radical Ed, whose technological expertise surprised even the Spacewalker in spite of her age. The pair have also been seen working with Ed's neighbour Winry Rockbell, often making comparisons between their work and helping one another improve upon their skills.
  • Considering what Team Rainbow Rocket did to the Pantheon, her friends and to herself, Raven opposes the evil members of the organization for varying reasons; Giovanni for wanting to take over the world and the Multiverse, Lysandre for destroying his homeworld using the Ultimate Weapon, and Ghetsis... For simply existing and giving her hell. That said, she's cool with the leaders who have reformed such as Maxie, Archie and N. Cyrus is still on the fence, as he did aid in corrupting Dialga and Palkia as part of the plan, but he's been true to his word about reforming himself.
  • Having been possessed by the A.I. program A.L.I.E and seeing what it has been capable of when multiple individuals are under her control, Raven is in extreme opposition to all forms of artificial intelligence in the Pantheon, even if they're good natured. She's wary around Lan Hikari and Mega Man.EXE, TRON and Kevin Flynn, with TRON especially seeing as he was corrupted before as Rinzler. But CLU and the Master Computer Program are even more dangerous, and when push comes to shove she will work with TRON to stop them, even if she doesn't like it.
    • Though Clarke was able to destroy A.L.I.E., a small remnant remained. It gave Raven an increase to her already incredible intelligence but it threatened to kill her unless permanently removed, which she did... by drowning herself and remaining braindead for fifteen minutes. The House of Health and Diseases was fascinated by this, and wanted to bring Raven in to examine her brain more closely but to that, she gave a flip of the bird and went straight back to work.
  • Having been through more than her fair share of torture, Raven steers clear of the House of Slaughter, more specifically the Sub-House of Torture and Mutilation. That didn't stop her from doing research on the deities residing there and, as a result, it's made her completely stand against the likes of Ramsay Bolton, who is well known for his sheer brutality, and the Allied Mastercomputer, whose cruelty and sadism reminded Raven way too much of how A.L.I.E. not only possessed her but also for playing horrible mental games in a manner to gain control. Despite this, she gets along with Lewa, as the Toa of Air once was possessed in the past by the Bohrok swarm.
    • It's because of her time being possessed that Raven opposed the two neighbouring Sub-Houses; Mind Control and Mind Games, much to the frustration of the good-aligned deities there. She still doesn't want to take her chances with them.
  • Raven does not like to be helped when it comes to her crippled leg. she would rather take care of things herself. Still, she did get some sympathy from Tyrion Lannister, who is rather fond of bastards, cripples and broken things.
  • Much like Lexa, Raven is absolutely terrified of Godzilla and the immense power he possesses. Avatar Korra has tried to reassure her that the King of Monsters won't unleash Primafiya upon the Pantheon, but the Spacewalker's worries haven't been eased whatsoever.
  • Even though Raven was the only one granted with godhood, she has been looking for a way to ascend her friends so they can share the position with her. Progress has been slow, and with so many people to choose from she has to be careful.
  • Not to be confused with the other "Ravens" in the Pantheon. This one is neither a a cyborg, a mutant shapeshifter, or the daughter of a powerful demon bent on world domination. There's been rumours about a team forming with all the Raven's involved but only time will tell.
  • She can also be found in the Hall of Pragmatism.

    Simon Henriksson 
Simon Henriksson, God of Mental Stories
Real Simon 
Book Simon 

    Simon Laurent 
Simon Laurent, God of Rejecting Reality
  • Demigod.
  • Symbol: His large line of numbers
  • Theme Song: You're No Person
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil. Formerly Lawful Neutral (in his mind).
  • Portfolio: I Reject Your Reality, Big Bad Slippage, Being Evil Sucks, Psychopathic Manchild, Never My Fault, Tragic Villain, Fantastic Racism against non-humans, Insane Equals Violent, Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds, Teens Are Monsters, Peter Pan Parody, Never Be Hurt Again, Go Mad from the Revelation, Cruel and Unusual Death and Alas, Poor Villain
  • Domains: Mentality, Rejection, Madness
  • Allies: Mina Loveberry, Colonel McCullough, Shinji Matou, Bete Noire, Amon, Yennefer, Barney Stinson, Gaston, Hal Stewart/Tighten.
  • Commonality Connection: Malware, Koba, Masato Kusaka (started out as a High Priest to him).
  • Enemies: Many of the The Cartoon Network Deities (especially Finn Mertens), The Undertale Deities, Caesar, Bojack Horseman, The Pines Twins, Johnny Lawrence, Trixie Lulamoon, John Kramer/Jigsaw, The Phantom Thieves of Heart, Queen Cersei Lannister, Shou Tucker, Angus Bumby, The House of Reptiles, particularly the turtle gods.
  • Pitied by: Catra, Steven Universe
  • Fears: Death of the Endless
  • Hates: Tulip Olsen and Lake (ESPECIALLY the latter)
  • Simon Laurent was once a crybaby ten year old who happened to stumble on the Infinity Train, he was adopted by one of its inhabitants, a talking Cat, but was abandoned by her when a monster known as a Ghom attacked them and forgot to check back on him. Traumatized and feeling betrayed, the event would eventually set Simon down a dark path. Afterwards he met a human girl in the Pantheon named Grace Monroe, who had also ended up in it and boasted about how she "totally knew how the Train works" with her higher number. The two became inseparable friends and started a group of human passengers known as the "Apex" who believed the numbers every passenger had (which were meant to showcase how many issues one had to solve) meant power and superiority with both Simon and Grace having the highest as "proof" of their status. Grace serving as Simon's Only Friend and Living Emotional Crutch.
    • However despite their mostly amicable relationship which seemed to drift into more, Simon soon began to change for the worst when he and Grace separated from their group and met a young girl named Hazel and her gorilla companion, Tuba who had gotten lost in the train's cars. Though initially all seemed good between them, Simon's distrust of non-humans and being reminded of his Parental Abandonment led to him betraying and killing Tuba by throwing her off the trains' rails without remorse alienating Hazel. Later on, his attempts to justify himself would end up alienating Grace. After they both found out that their perception of the numbers was wrong, Grace accepted it but Simon did not and this refusal costed him greatly when he tried retaking the Apex all on his own. After he nearly fell off during a confrontation after nearly getting the Apex to throw her off and was saved by Grace he tried to finish the job when she rescued him. Whilst Simon had a breakdown over killing his Only Friend, he was killed by his childhood trauma, a Ghom and was not able to be saved by Grace due to rejecting her help. Grace was left to mourn over her Childhood Friend's ashes. Since being resurrected for the pantheon, Simon has insisted he didn't feel any remorse and that he is very happy with his life.
  • His dislike of adults, No Social Skills and own morality left no real allies from the Cartoon Network Deities, as the heroic deities found him more pitiful or outright hatable whilst Simon wasn't interested in many of the villainous ones due to his bizarre morality. As such Simon mainly keeps to himself with a few exceptions.
  • Simon has a hatred of beings he views as Nulls, mainly Anthropomorphic Objects and Funny Animals stemming from his experiences in the Infinity Train, his death at the hands of a Ghom only further deepened those feelings and seeing many non-humans in the Pantheon has made him seek out any allies who share a similar anti-nonhuman sentiment, among these allies were Bete Noire, who also advocates for the destruction of non-humans with a psychotic streak to boot, Noire has even thought of further pushing Simon down his current path so as to ensure she has one more ally in her contacts; and then there's Colonel McCullough, who despite his differing motivations does see why Simon's example is proof that humans can only truly trust one another in the end and that non-humans are their enemies and always will be regardless of what some might claim as the opposite.
  • Perhaps the closest thing Simon has to a friend in the pantheon is Mina Loveberry who like Simon also had a Dark and Troubled Past, a history of mental disorders, a distrust of non human beings and being abandoned by their former boss/idol at crucial points which furthered their mental states to worst places. That said, sometimes even Simon, thinks Mina is too obsessed with her hatred of monsters and psychotic attitude and tends to keep a healthy distance from her as a result.
  • The ever optimistic Steven Universe has felt pity for the friendless and bitter Simon, wondering if its possible for Simon to rebuild his life or even reconnect with his Childhood Friend given all the damage he's caused to their relationship with his actions and cruel decisions. Simon has remained silent, though supposedly he once sadly muttered its too late.
  • Interestingly enough his actions and descent into insanity and evil due to mistrust and control issues had him reach a strange understanding with Koba, as the psychotic bonobo turned evil and cruel over his mistrust and hatred of humans, in a parallel way to how Simon's mistrust of the non-human passengers of the Infinity Train (as well as his refusal to accept the truth) led to his gradual turn to evil. Though neither cares about one another, they nonetheless have a strange mutual respect, though they won't hesitate to kill one another should they have the chance. He's also became enemies with Caesar for his hatred of non-humans and similarities to Koba, especially with how Simon killed Tuba, who acted as a caretaker to Hazel, without mercy and even bragged about it.
    • For similar reasons of refusing reality, Catra, sees herself in Simon in that she also refused acknowledge her own bad actions even when there was no one else to blame. Unlike Simon who died, however, she was eventually able to turn good and accept her faults after they nearly cost her everything and has some hope. For Simon's part, he sees Catra as a reminder of his surrogate mom, Samantha and Childhood Friend, Grace and thus finds her presence brings him pain.
  • His refusal to see himself as wrong as well as his massive selfishness in regards to the purpose of the Infinity Train made him an enemy of Finn Mertens, as the latter was once stuck in a similar endless dungeon-like train filled with harrowing adventures and nearly kept himself trapped forever and dragged his brother/best friend Jake along up until Finn realized how much he would be harming his brother through his selfishness, Finn was disappointed to hear the kind of monster that Simon turned into and how he refused to see reality for what it was and instead get stuck in his own non-changing world where he's always right, his hatred and killing of multiple non-humans only furthered this feeling of hatred.
  • Barney Stinson, who constantly roots for the villains as he believes them to be the "heroes", felt really bad for Simon and became one of his closest allies. He lamented how Simon was lied and manipulated and how mean Grace was for not accepting his leadership and "totally justified beliefs and actions". Barney's support of his worst traits has only made Simon even worse as a person as he feels flattered that someone "gets" him in his own twisted point of view.
  • Is hated by John Kramer/The Jigsaw Killer who was frustrated to know that Simon had used experiences that were meant to change him for the better instead to become worse and worse by rejecting the reality of things until he turned outright murderous. He plans on putting Simon on one of his classic games, hoping to either kill him through it or make sure he learns his lesson. Simon himself views him as despicable for his games and sees no point in being forced to them as he arrogantly believes himself to be always right. That said, Kramer did hear that Simon appears to hold some guilt buried deep down and hopes he can make it come out so Simon can finally reform as a whole.
  • The Phantom Thieves of Heart have been debating whether or not to change Simon's heart, as his denial of reality and potentially destructive attitude is of great concern to them, especially since he obviously has some guilt and remorse buried within but is way too insane and unstable to get help (to the point where Akechi noticed that even he didn't go as far with this sort of thinking in particular). They can't decide if Simon can make the change on his own or not, or even if he's their top priority.
  • Does not like Cersei Lannister for some very odd reason. When asked why, Simon says that she reminds him of an old British woman he met on the Train. Her attitude not being compatible at all with his general being and Cersei being an adult didn't help matters either.
    • Another goddess that he hates is Gwen Tennyson because her voice reminds him of that metal null he met one time. Gwen pays him no mind as he's not worth using her powers on. Kevin also hates this guy's guts for never accepting his faults and gave him a good smack across the face (after absorbing some metal) as a warning. That's not even going to Ben giving him an Implied Death Threat with the Omnitrix.
  • Hates Shou Tucker once he found out Tucker was not only an Abusive Parent to his daughter reminding Simon of his own history with bad parental figures, but Shou Tucker creates Chimeras, which Simon views as Nulls, and is willing to turn people into them.
  • Dr. Frasier Krane has expressed interest in helping Simon given the Infinity Train prevented the very internally unsettled teenager from ever having an adult, let alone a therapist to confide in. Simon has refused help, perhaps because the last time, he worked with a therapist named Angus Bumby, led to Simon being groomed.
  • Is terrified of Death due to his denial that he died in his world and also because she approached him in a form similar to Grace Monroe. He wants nothing to do with her to which Death doesn't mind; he'll come around eventually.
  • Due to how he looked ready to murder Hazel (who was revealed to be a turtle-like denizen), every Turtle god in the Pantheon hates him. Even Oogway had nothing good to say about him. When it came to the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, both Splinter and Baron Draxum gave him a subtle warning that hurting them would result in the two tearing him apart. Draxum himself is disgusted that he could've become like Simon if Mikey didn't change him.
  • Simon was amused to find a pair of deities from his homeworld and decided to check them out...only to find that one of them was that metal null who he encountered months ago. Oh and worse, that metal null was the reflection of a previous passenger. And not just any passenger, but the one who put the False Conductor back on his throne and ruined everything! Tulip and Lake shot a glare at him before Lake flicked him on the forehead, stating that Simon is the architect of his own goddamn misery and that everthing happened was because of him. Tulip, on the other hand, felt sorry for the traumas he went through, but he has to move forward. Simon got even more aggravated upon learning that Tulip met The Cat on her journey, and The Cat saved Tulip yet never came back for him. He went into a screaming mess that made the goddesses back away from him, knowing that he can't be reasoned with.
  • Why would I ever want to change if I'm always right?!

    Thompson and Thomson 
Thompson and Thomson, Twin Gods Who Act As One (X33 and X33A, Dupond et Dupont, Siamese twins)
Thomson is on the left, Thompson on the right. Note the difference in their moustaches.
  • Demigods
  • Symbol: Two bowler hats topping two canes crossed in an 'X' shape.
  • Theme: "Introducing The Thompsons and Snowy's Chase."
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Two individuals who act like one person, Those Two Guys, Cane Fu, Clueless Detectives, Antagonistic towards Tintin early on, The Chew Toy, Cloudcuckoolander, Are occasionally intelligent and cunning, Private Detective, Noble Bigot with a Badge, Absolutely terrible at disguises, Police Are Useless, Able to stay on the police force despite their incompetence,Based on Hergé's father and uncle
  • Domains: Twins, Thought, Officers, Partnership
  • Allies: Tintin, Captain Haddock, Inspector Gadget, Cole Phelps, Jake Peralta & Amy Santiago, Inspector Cabanela, Lin Beifong, Asterix, Obelix,
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Carmelita Fox, Inspector Javert, Captain Holt, Mako
  • Enemies: Carmen Sandiego, James Moriarty, Vito and Michael Corleone, Dr. Claw, Giovanni, Jessie, James, and Meowth, Ghetsis, Amon, John Donovan, Vito Scaletta and Joe Barbaro
  • Opposes: Sly Cooper, Meimi Haneoka/Saint Tail, Raphael/Phantom R, Beat (Jet Set Radio), Cassim, Iago, Chief Wiggum
  • Thompson and Thomson - or Dupond et Dupont in their native Belgium - are two detectives with Scotland Yard and Interpol who often travel the world to solve whatever delicate crimes they had been entrusted with... which doesn't always work out for them. The pair are pompous, foolish and extremely clumsy, which often leads them to be either injured or losing their chosen target. Or both. But almost always, the pair usually cross paths with a young reporter named Tintin. In their first encounters, Thompson and Thomson would arrest or pursue Tintin, believing he was the perpetrator of the crime in question. But over time, the three slowly began to cooperate with each other, with the detectives sometimes letting Tintin capture the villain before swooping in to arrest them and take "most" of the credit.
  • It was just another day in the Pantheon. Mortals and Gods were going about their businesses and two strange individuals dressed in suits and bowler hats were spotted wandering about with no true sense of direction. The pair were searching for something - or rather someone - but every time they tried to go one way, they would mix things up and collapse all over themselves before getting back up and continuing on their way. This routine continued until they ended up at the House of Crime, where Chief Lin Beifong came upon their antics and dragged them away for questioning. The pair introduced themselves as Detectives Thompson and Thomson and revealed they were searching for one C. Sandiego in regards to a series of stolen artifacts. Beifong was familiar with Sandiego but wasn't sure if it would be a good idea to let two incompetent detectives bumbling their way through the Pantheon to find a notorious thief. So she decided to put the two under her jurisdiction, giving them a temple and a position due to their near-identical resemblance to each other. To be precise... they became gods.
  • It didn't take Thompson and Thomson long to discover their old acquaintance Tintin was also in the Pantheon. In fact, the pair literally ran into him while trying to apprehend a young roller-skating, spary-painting punk named Beat. Tintin wasn't as surprised to see them, having figured they would find their way in sooner or later. After clearing things up, Thompson and Thomson offered to help Tintin any way they could... before tripping over themselves. Later that day, the Thom(p)sons and Tintin learned exactly where the detective's temple led to. It led to Interpol's branch in Brussels, Belgium, which also happened to be Tintin's home city. They don't seem to mind so much, and whenever Tintin goes on an adventure through the Pantheon and the other worlds, Thompson and Thomson are close behind... for better or for worse.
    • With Captain Archibald Haddock, the feelings are a little more strained. Haddock views the two detectives as a bunch of incompetent buffoons who often cause more trouble than they resolve, as well as coming into conflict with him and Tintin from time to time. Even so, if Tintin was okay with the two being in the Pantheon then Haddock could live with that... just so long as the boys don't take any more Formula 14 at inopportune times.
  • Most in the Pantheon have an incredibly difficult time telling Thompson apart from Thomson and vice versa. It's understandable; both men dress identically to each other in black suits and bowler hats whilst carrying walking canes. One would be forgiven for thinking they were twin brothers. They're not, actually (except in one version). An easy way to distinguish them is to look at their moustaches. Thompson possessed a flat, drooping walrus-shaped moustache whilst Thomson wore a flared, pointed moustache. Even so, there's still plenty of confusion all around.
  • The many officers and detectives in the Pantheon have, to put it kindly, mixed feelings about Thompson and Thomson. They're averse to their buffoonish nature and clumsy mannerisms, often resulting in valuable suspects escaping custody or wasting police resources on wild goose chases. Republic City police officer Mako finds the Thom(p)sons too detrimental to the cases they're assigned to, a feeling shared by Inspector Javert, who often tries his damndest to not have them assigned to him, and NYPD Captain Holt, who gets particularly annoyed when they get involved in investigations - especially since they became friendly with Jake Peralta, who sometimes try to help them out... with mixed results. Jake's wife, Amy Santiago, gets along well enough with the pair but finds them almost as immature as Peralta is. But Even Lin Beifong's patience has run thin with their continued antics, to the point where she has considered letting the pair go. She doesn't though if only because of their sheer determination, undying loyalty to the force and because they can catch crooks and thieves every so often.note  On the flipside, the Thom(p)sons find Springfield's own Chief Wiggum to be dumber and incompetent than they are, especially since he will make things worse with apprehending suspects.
    • Aside from Peralta and Santiago, there are other officers and detectives who do respect and appreciate their work. LAPD detective Cole Phelps, though mildly annoyed by the Thom(p)son's shenanigans, has seen their potential as investigators and will call upon them to help find criminals, along with keeping an eye on Tintin just in case said criminals go after him. There was also Inspector Cabanela, a rather odd but very competent detective who will help the lads when dealing with Special Investigation Unit activities, just as long as they don't cause any trouble. Which is easier said than done. But among all these officers and investigators, the Thom(p)sons get along best with the clueless and air-headed Inspector Gadget. The three quite literally crashed into each other while searching for Dr. Claw, who had captured Tintin during one of his adventures and decided to team up to complete their task to rescue the young reporter. However, all three proved themselves to be incredibly incompetent at their job, forcing Gadget's niece Penny and dog Brain to pick up the slack and pinpoint Tintin's location. By the time they reaches their destination, Tintin had already escaped and was continuing his own search for Dr. Claw. The three detectives parted ways but they've kept in touch, knowing they will be more adventures in the future.
  • Under Lin Beifong's watch, Thompson and Thomson were sent out to help the House of Justice clean up the Pantheon of any major or minor criminal activity they came across. This inevitably put them into conflict with many of the realm's villains, thieves and crime leaders. Besides Carmen Sandiego, Thompson and Thomson have "attempted" to apprehend James Moriarty - who often gives them the slip faster than they can say "Sherlock Holmes", and Dr. Claw - who often leaves false leads and evidence for the pair to collect... sometimes pinning the blame on Tintin or fellow detective Inspector Gadget in the process. They have also tried to capture the literal King of Thieves, Cassim and his parrot sidekick Iago. The pair have proven to be incredibly tricky for Thompson and Thomson to track down, not helped by the fact that their disguises made them more than noticeable in Agrabah. Still, Thompson and Thomson have not given up. So long as crime exists in the Pantheon, the detectives will continue their quest to achieve justice.
    • More recently, Thompson and Thomson were assigned to find and apprehend Team Rainbow Rocket's leader Giovanni, along with all those associated with his villainous schemes. Their investigation has led the two crossing paths with a trio of Team Rocket grunts on the run; Jessie, James, and Meowth. Upon realizing who the three worked for, the Thom(p)sons gave chase, with the Rockets giving them the literal slip and escaping in their hot-air balloon. Since that first encounter, Thompson and Thomson have kept their eyes out for any suspicious activities from Team Rocket, along with the other evil teams they're associated with, such as Team Plasma and their vainglorious leader, Ghetsis. Ghetsis though doesn't think much of the detectives, only viewing them as nuisances compared to the real authorities always hunting him and his organization. He's met the two face to face once and nearly turned them into ashes with his Hydreigon. Understandably, the Thom(p)sons keep their distance.
  • Many of the Pantheon's mob families have put hits on Thompson and Thomson since their ascension. Vito Scaletta and Joe Barbaro of the Falcone Crime Family have personal beef against the detectives, just like most police officers. They have their reasons; Vito was arrested by detectives for stealing gas ration stamps in February 1945, while Joe Barbaro had killed several other detectives during an assassination attempt on a Mafioso turned star witness. They tried their hand at killing the two detectives but they were able to escape, with the Falcone Family keeping an eye out for them. The same applies to the members of the Corleone family; Vito and Michael. Vito wants to put Thompson and Thomson down to send the TPPD a message, with Michael trying to bag them for interfering with Corleone's family business. They haven't been successful due to the Thom(p)son's dumb luck, but they've kept them in their sights.
  • The Thom(p)son's were rummaging through the Tropes Pantheon Police Department's case files when they stumbled across a particular folder. It detailed the theft of the Fire Stone of India, which had been perpetrated by the notorious Sly Cooper and his gang. The pair quickly set out to find and apprehend the raccoon thief, who had been recently spotted in the House of Theatre. Unfortunately, not only did Sly prove himself to be incredibly difficult to catch - giving the detectives the slip in the process - but they also interfered with Inspector Carmelita Fox's own attempts to arrest Cooper. Suffice to say, Carmelita was not at all happy. She gave the two a good piece of her mind once they returned to HQ and demanded they stay from Sly, saying he was hers to arrest. But Thompson and Thomson can't help it; whenever they see Sly and his gang on the run, they try to capture them... much to Carmelita's annoyance.
  • The problem with Thompson and Thomson is that most of their criminal targets, such as the aforementioned Sly Cooper, aren't truly bad people, rather they stole from more dangerous and evil criminals. Of course, Thompson and Thomson don't always know that and will pursue those deities who they believe were responsible for crimes they didn't commit. Meimi Haneoka, also known as Saint Tail, has been chased by the two for some time following an incident with the Corleone brothers, which drew the detectives to try and catch her... which didn't work. She's on better terms with The two as a nun and not as Saint Tail. Similarly, the boy Raphael, who goes by the Phantom Thief, Phantom R, has had his fair share of encounters with the Thom(p)sons, often just after he crossed paths with Carmen Sandiego. Thompson and Thomson assumed the two were working together and gave chase... and failed to capture him in the process. Ever since the two have kept an eye out for both Saint Tail and Phantom R in case they show themselves to them.
  • One day, Thompson and Thomson found themselves transported back in time to 50 B.C.E, during the time of the Gallic Wars. They were quick to find disguises, dressing in traditional Belgian attire, and informed a group of Gauls that Julius Ceasar had arrived in Belgium.note  The pair would return to the Pantheon not long after, where they happened upon one of the Gauls they met back in ancient times; the heroic Asterix. More specifically, they met Asterix after they crossed paths with his super strong friend Obelix and inadvertently made him not happy after mistaking his dog, Dogmatix for Tintin's dog Snowy. The four were able to clear up any misunderstandings and whenever the detectives are in Gaul, they're welcomed to visit Asterix's village and help resolve any problems that they can. Provided they stay clear of the Romans.
  • Thompson and Thomson will often disguise themselves while in different locations on an investigation. However, their disguises are so outdated and conspicuous that they stand out among the crowd, such as when they went to China. Their attempts haven't improved since then.
  • “This time our honour is at stake! We have sworn to find the sceptre; we must keep our word!" ”To be precise: we must keep our word!”


    John Hammond 
Dr. John Alfred Hammond, God of Applicating Potential (John Parker Hammond, Papa Smurf, Santa Claws)
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: A Cane with an Amber Embedded on Top
  • Theme Song: Journey to the Island
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Believes Jurassic Park will Blow People's Minds and be Revolutionary, "Spared No Expense", Cool Old Guy, Is Infinitely Better in the Film than he was in the Novel, Very Flawed yet Honest Corporate Executive, Walt Disney Expy, Childish Idealism, Realizes the Flaws and Failure of his Dream, Reasonable Authority Figure, Wishes to Make Amends with the Damage Caused by his Park and InGen
  • Domains: Business, Corporations, Idealism, Dinosaurs, Attractions
  • Heralds: Alexis "Lex" and Timothy "Tim" Murphy (his grandchildren), Simon Masrani (his spiritual successor)
  • Superior: Steven Spielberg
  • Allies: Jack Tenrec, Hannah Dundee, Steve Irwin, Eliza Thornberry, The Gang of Seven, Rampardos, Dino, Hoppy, Speckles, Ross Geller
  • Enemies: Indominus Rex, Indoraptor, Spinosaurus, Riptor, Pokemon Hunter J, Mr Burns, The Gyaos, Dr Albert Wily, Mesogog
  • On Good Terms With: Alan Grant, Ian Malcolm, Isuzu Sento, Kaban and Serval
  • Under Watch Of: Rexie, The Raptor Pack, Aerodactyl, Kabutops, Omastar, Loana, The Carnotaurs
  • Commonality Connection: Dr Thomas Light
  • Special Relationship: David Attenborough
  • John Hammond is the Scottish CEO of International Genetics Incorporated or International Genetic Technologies, short for InGen, a bioengineering company. Owning several capitalistic ventures in different tropical islands as well as Costa Rica and Kenya, Hammond's next step to success was to be something which he thought would blow people's minds. He settled for an island called Isla Nublar where he would set up the foundations of Jurassic Park, a theme park that showcased living, breathing dinosaurs recreated by genetic technology. Inviting a group of people due to a maintenance accident that cost the life of an employee, Hammond tried to keep his idealism affirmed, even after he was facing several criticisms from his visitors. After Jurassic Park had a power outage due to a sabotaging attempt by Dennis Nedry to steal dinosaur embryos and DNA for rival company Biosyn, Hammond was forced to confront the harsh reality that his park was doomed to fail. While he would aid the survivors and eventually evacuate, Hammond was distressed to see that his dream was shattered.
    • Due to the disastrous Isla Nublar incident, Hammond was evicted out of InGen and his CEO position was taken by his nephew, Peter Ludlow and he himself was progressively becoming sick. He called Dr Ian Malcolm a few years later to discuss Isla Sorna, or Site B, the island where the dinosaurs were really cloned and nurtured and told Ian about InGen working with a group of hunters to capture dinosaurs for display at a new Jurassic Park in San Diego, California. He urges Malcolm to take a trip there who, while initially declining it, eventually decides to go after learning that his girlfriend, Sarah Harding is already there. After the events that transpire in the island and the T. rex rampage in San Diego which causes the public to become aware of the dinosaurs' existence, Hammond announces his intent to make Isla Sorna a restricted zone by the Us and Costa Rican armies so that the dinosaurs could thrive without interference, a pact that would later be known as the Gene Guard Act.
  • John Hammond ascended into the Pantheon after his mortal coil had been shed sometime after the San Diego incident. Admittedly, Hammond was at peace, quietly living a life until the Prehistoric Beasts was established whereupon he would take small visits every now and then, only this time, the living dinosaurs there were actually organic without any genetic tampering. He could only smile with some content, knowing that they would be safeguarded without them getting interrupted too much.
    • Hammond was perplexed to learn of a collective series of prehistoric humans known as the Rock and Shell Tribes residing in the Prehistoric Beasts Sub-House. While he would like to see or even meet them, he decided it would be for the best if they were left to their own devices. He would sometimes check to see if they're thriving well enough, considering that one of the members, Loana, is on good terms with Rexxar.
  • Hammond has taken great measures to ensure that the Prehistoric Beasts Sub-House is protected and secured at all costs. He sometimes meets with Rexxar, who, despite his intimidating appearance, complies with the old man and keeps his word regarding the Sub-House's protection. Rexxar also understands the fact that Hammond is trying to make amends with the failure of Jurassic Park, though he does admittedly chastise him for trying to tinker with things that were out of his control. Hammond complies.
    • He's become amicable towards the more residential dinosaurs rather quickly, with Hammond often visiting the Great Valley out of amazement. The Gang of Seven are open to allowing him in, albeit with some permission from their guardians, alongside Speckles, Dino, Hoppy and Rampardos easily tolerating his presence. Regarding predators such as Rexie, the Raptor Pack and the Carnotaurs, Hammond would like to make sure they are monitored and looked after for their protection. The exceptions seem to be the more villainous dinosaurs like Sharptooth, Riptor and the Spinosaurus, but especially the latter as Hammond never commissioned for its creation and the Spinosaurus was a test drive for genetic hybrid dinosaurs, which Hammond sees with disdain.
  • Because Jurassic Park was such a notable event, Hammond is simply best known for being the owner of the park, a position that has remained very controversial on his part. Not to mention he was replaced in InGen which didn't help matters either. In the Pantheon, however, there are far worse and hotly debated topics that dwarf Hammond's complications, so at least he isn't in too much pressure over the Park's failure.
  • While he and Alan Grant do keep in contact, the latter admits that the experience in Jurassic Park did make him very jaded towards dinosaurs in general and much of his frustration is instead sent towards InGen for being reckless in that they could control a series of animals that were heavily genetically modified and were potentially a threat to anyone that crossed their paths.
    • Ian Malcolm, on the other hand, is a lot more jaded and cynical towards Hammond, given that the expedition team being sent to Isla Sorna was not avoiding problems, but in Ian's words, "making all new ones". While the dinosaurs were given proper conservation, later on, Malcolm does seem to have raised a point, given Jurassic World was the result of InGen trying to capitalize in making another theme park due to Isla Sorna and the dinosaurs becoming public knowledge. All that said, Malcolm does admit that Hammond wants to redeem himself and are currently on amicable terms for the time being.
  • Was surprised to learn about an alternate iteration of himself that predated him by three years. Hammond was shocked and appalled by how his novel version turned out; Novel!Hammond was also prone about Cutting Corners, except he was more deliberate about it, intentionally wanted dangerous dinosaurs for a "real experience", blackmailed his employees and clients, actively endangered his grandchildren and admitted that his goal was to make money above all else and personally muses that he would "never help mankind". Movie!Hammond wanted Jurassic Park to be accessible towards everyone and his idealism clearly contrasts the notions of his novel counterpart, in addition to being concerned about the safety of the park's employees, survivors and his grandchildren.
  • Hammond's idealism was a trait that was also apparent under Doctor Light, who had a more grander ambition for a peaceful coexistence between humans and robots. Alas, the machinations of Doctor Wily deterred that nation, although Doctor Light still strived to maintain goodwill between human and robotkind. Hammond was placed to see such a comparison, although both express sorrow over the fact that their aims for benefit get increasingly tarnished in the future. Nevertheless, they became good friends, although they don't have any plans of working together scientifically, claiming they've got their own issues to deal with in the meantime.
  • His attempts at conservation have earned him some respect for the Grand United Alliance of Good, though Gaea thinks he has a lot more to do to get admiration. The other members of the Terra Restoration Squad are rather amicable with Hammond and have invited him to join their ranks. Hammond respectfully declined, though he does invite some members to his household for a good talk and feast.
  • The idea of Jurassic Park intrigued Isuzu Sento, who herself is a security worker for the Amagi Brilliant Park. She found the cloned dinosaurs to be fun to look at, though she expressed disappointment at Hammond for the fact that he couldn't properly maintain control over the park, as can be attested to the power outage and the escaping dinosaurs. Still, Isuzu has no ill will to Hammond and encourages his aim at atonement. She's given a thought about inviting the old man to Amagi Brilliant Park at some point.
    • That said, they can both agree on opposing the Indominus and Indoraptor. For all his thoughts on thinking his ideas would amaze the world, Hammond wouldn't go as far as to create something that was deliberately designed to be a threat, let alone a war weapon. As of currently, the Indominus and Indoraptor have no thoughts on him, given that Hammond died more than a decade before their existence, though if they did meet, the only thing they'd register Hammond as would be prey.
    • Similar to the dinosaurs, Serval was an ordinary serval cat turned into a somewhat beastly human being by a substance called Sandstar, designed for a zoo. Initially, John was not comfortable with meeting her, given she reminds him of how the idea of cloning humans was something he opposed, which led to a fallout between him and fellow InGen worker Benjamin Lockwood, who wanted to bring back his daughter. Still, after meeting up with Kaban, who told Hammond that Serval wouldn't pose a threat, he gradually began to warm up on her. Still, the two were not happy with Hammond's failed dream, though they did appreciate his attempts at making amends. Hammond himself was surprised to learn of the Cerulean threat, which ended the zoo Serval was based under and wishes if he can provide her with a sanctuary.
  • His first interaction with David Attenborough was admittedly surreal for the latter's part. It turns out that Hammond looks strikingly similar to David's late brother, Richard Attenborough. Hammond himself was perplexed to learn of his uncanny similarities and paid condolences to David about it. David has asked if he could document Hammond's dinosaurs, their lifestyle, their interactions with nature and their reputation with a narration of course, to which he complied.
  • These creatures require our absence to survive, not our help. And if we could only step aside and trust in nature, life will find a way.