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    Asa Martin/Samaritan 
Asa Martin, God of Guilt-Induced Non-Stop Heroism (Samaritan, Big Red)
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The symbol on his chest
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Guilt-Induced Non-Stop Heroism, A Friend in Need, All-Loving Hero, The Cape, Chronic Hero Syndrome, Time Traveler from the Future (which has since been erased), Flying Brick, Heroic Self-Deprecation, Hope Bringer, Humble Hero, Married to the Job, Superman Substitute, Can manipulate an "Empyrean field" to repulse things away from himself, Can travel through different dimensions
  • Domain(s): Heroism, Energy, Time Travel
  • Allies: Superman, Batman, Captain America, Cosmos and the Grand United Alliance of Good, All Might, Metro Man, Spider-Man, Saitama, Tatsumaki, Fubuki, Shirou Emiya, Eiji Hino/Kamen Rider OOO, Akira Kenjou/Cure Chocolat, The Doctor, The Pantheonic Time Police, Ace, Emmett L. Brown, Marty McFly, Rintarou Okabe, All heroes in the Pantheon
  • Enemies: Lex Luthor, Lord Recluse, Regime Superman, The Plutonian, Black Noir, The Dahaka, Reverse-Flash, Darkseid, Fused Zamasu
  • Pities: Homelander
  • The man named Samaritan came from the 35th century in a world where the earth was dying and humanity faced extinction. To save the planet, that time's scientists came up with a plan: time travel, sending someone back in time to a specific event and change it to prevent the future. After getting chosen for the mission and saying goodbye to his family, he was put into a time machine that sent him into the time stream. However, he was caught up in empyrean fire, the strands of energy that make up time itself, which changed him forever. Crash-landing near Astro City in late 1985, he spent the remainder of the year learning to master the empyrean forces which had suffused his body, and to alter it to change back to a more normal appearance. Desperately working to control his powers, he barely succeeded in time to prevent the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, the event he has been sent to amend. Upon placing the Challenger on the ground and getting besieged by the media for details on himself, he merely said that he was "a good samaritan".
    • Eventually deciding that he could do a lot of good with his powers, he added a cape to his outfit and the name "Samaritan" ended up sticking. His heroic debut is regarded as the end of the "Dark Age" that had weighed down on America and its super-heroes for more than a decade. Using his Zyxometer, a living bio-computer shaped like a diamond with tentacles, Samaritan created a civilian identity for himself as "Asa Martin" (an anagram of "Samaritan"), a fact-checker for Current, a news magazine based in Astro City. With the quiet his job afforded, Martin programmed the Zyxometer to do his daily duties at Current, enabling Samaritan to simultaneously continue performing his heroics and protecting the people. However, this also caused Asa to appear to his colleagues as standoffish. He used to avoid making public appearances and accepting awards, because those were seconds that could have been used rescuing people. But he started getting a bad reputation for 'snubbing' people, so he started making the time. The plaques and trophies given to him at these events end up in an alternate dimension, nicknamed "the Closet", that he can access.
    • When he went on a time traveling mission back to his home future, he discovered that saving the Challenger changed the timeline (as planned), turning the barren wastelands he came from into a prosperous near-utopia. However, this also resulted in a paradoxical future in which he and his family never existed, thus leaving him with no home to ever conceivably return to.
  • Samaritan's ascension into the Pantheon actually went unnoticed for a while, as the chaotic nature of the place resulted in him immediately springing into action. He flew from crisis to crisis at super speed, saving numerous people in the nick of time, although many of them initially mistook him for Superman. When he finally slowed down enough to formally introduce himself, he was warmly received by the GUAG as a whole and Superman in particular, who was happy to have another kindred spirit within the Pantheon.
  • Due to being constantly active, Samaritan tends to be unavailable for large periods of time. In order to compensate for this, he frequently coordinates with Cosmos, Batman and Captain America in order to increase his effiency and be present for important battles.
  • He gets along very well with fellow heroes All Might and Metro Man. The latter in particular sympathises with his lack of free time due to his constant heroism. When questioned on why he doesn't just quit or at least take a break once in a while, Samaritan explained that he genuinely likes saving people and would constantly feel guilty if he ever tried to stop.
  • He quickly became friends with Spider-Man, who has gone through periods of time in which he similarly spent nearly all of his time fighting crime in New York. Samaritan strongly respects him for his sense of responsibility, especially given his comparatively more modest power set.
  • He's also on good terms with Saitama, Tatsumaki and Fubuki. He somewhat sympathises with Saitama's lack of satisfaction due to being too powerful, but thinks that he should focus more on trying to save people rather than on searching for strong opponents. Tatsumaki and Fubuki have favorably compared him to BLAST, their world's highest ranked S-Class Hero, who is similarly often absent due to being either too busy or shy.
  • The Sentry has a Samaritan Syndrome, but can't prioritize where his help is needed the most and thus often falls into despair. It's a struggle that the Samaritan can relate to, however he is more heroic than the Sentry and feels he needs some work with his attitude. The Sentry respects him for keeping it together better than himself. The two working together also helps them aid more people.
  • Samaritan relates a lot with Shirou Emiya, Eiji Hino/Kamen Rider OOO and Akira Kenjou/Cure Chocolat, each of whom spend a lot of time helping others either out of guilt (for the former two) or a sense of obligation (for the latter). The three can tell that even Samaritan is pushing himself too far so much so that even Akira is concerned, reminded of her own woes when she helped her loved ones and neighbours to the point of fatigue. Samaritan appreciates their concerns but feels that he doesn't deserve the break times that the three are determined to give him.
  • Being a time traveler, he gets along quite well with the Doctor and the Pantheonic Time Police as a whole. Due to his exposure to empyrean fire, he's immune to changes in the timeline. As a result, he's occasionally helped out Ace and the rest of Time Patrol to help correct distorted history.
  • Having originally arrived in the year 1985, Samaritan gets along with Emmett Brown and Marty McFly, both of whom have dealt with time travel and having to correct history. His ability to retain his memory regardless of any changes to the timeline also caught the interest Rintarou Okabe, who expressed a strong respect for Samaritan's continued willingness to help people after his timeline and everyone he ever knew were erased.
  • Unsurprisingly, he opposes Lex Luthor and Lord Recluse, both of whom were annoyed to learn that a superhero similar to their respective arch-enemies had ascended. Being on somewhat amicable terms with his own arch-enemy, Infidel, Samaritan has repeatedly tried to get both of them to stand down and settle things peacefully, although they've both continuously rebuffed his efforts.
  • Samaritan has frequently clashed with tyrannical superhumans such as Regime Superman, The Plutonian and Black Noir. While he sympathises with Regime Superman due to the trauma he's suffered and his ostensibly good intentions, whereas he considers to the Plutonian and Black Noir to be outright monsters, thus he tends prioritise fighting them whenever they start terrorizing people. Samaritan also pities Homelander due to how he was gaslighted into becoming evil and frequently encourages him to try and redeem himself.
  • His paradoxical nature and immunity to changes in the timeline resulted in him becoming enemies with the Dahaka and the Reverse-Flash. The Dahaka frequently pursues him in order to erase him from existence, but Samaritan is able to easily avoid him due to being much faster and stronger, having even managed to fight off the Dahaka on several occasions. Meanwhile, the Reverse-Flash outright hates him due to being unable to erase Samaritan and how he is able to easily stop Thawn whenever he tries to change the timeline.
  • He also frequently battles against Darkseid and Fused Zamasu. The former dislikes him for his resemblance to Superman and views as yet another nuisance he has to contend with. On the other hand, Fused Zamasu hates him for being a time traveler, which he considers to be a taboo that only gods should be allowed to do.
  • "I can't save everybody, people die even while I'm saving lives here, but I can still do what I can."

Intermediate Gods

    Sol Badguy 
Sol Badguy, God of Atonement (The Guilty Gear, The Flame of Corruption, Frederick Bulsara)
  • Intermediate God (Greater God in his true form)
  • Symbol: The Fireseal on the Mark of the Gears
  • Theme Songs: Keep Yourself Alive 1, 2, and 3, Ride the Fire, Find Your One Way, Smell of the Game, Starchaser
  • Weapon of Choice: Fireseal/Fuuenken
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: People With Baggage, Cauterizing and Cutting All at Once, Stoicism, Good Sentiments Hidden by Bad Words, Being Strong, Yet Smart, Standing in for the Creator
  • Domains: War, Freedom, Vengeance, Fire
  • Herald: Jack-O' Valentine
  • High Priest: Balsa
  • Allies: Vash, Seras Victoria, Kenshin Himura, Dizzy, Hanzo Hasashi/Scorpion, Ichigo Momomiya (she steps in if there's any trouble pertaining to his other station), Yuji Sakai, William "B.J." Blascovicz, Booker DeWitt, Ragna the Bloodedge, Ryuko Matoi, Jotaro Kujo, Hakumen, Siegfried Schtauffen, Cecil Harvey, Human Torch, Alucard, Captain America, Yuri Lowell, Raiden (the Mortal Kombat one), Kung Jin, Ajani Goldmane, Rio
  • Rivals: Ky Kiske (now friendly, after the events of Overture), Jin Kisaragi
  • Enemies: I-No, Justice, The Millennium, Wilhelm "Deathstead" Strasse, Light Yagami, Nui Harime, Shinnok
  • All of his followers are too busy going out, righting their wrongs. They just sign in at his temple, then leave.
  • Speaks to other gods sparingly (often disparagingly), but holds Kenshin, Vash an Zuko in decent regard as fellow atoners (though he'd never say it to their faces). Openly dislikes Light Yagami for his utopian tendencies.
  • Is pestered almost constantly by Dante Sparda and Kenpachi Zaraki for a fight. After the mess with GI Guy, Sol finally did respond to the two of them, engaging in a chaotic melee that set the chosen arena aflame, cut it into pieces, then scattered those pieces far and wide. Domon Kasshu and Kamina were rather impressed.
  • Was briefly considered to be in the running for God of Fire, but after seeing Shigekuni Yamamoto-Genryusai in action, he turned around and walked away, muttering to himself. Even after Yamamoto's "death", and the ascension of the Human Torch, the position didn't even come to Sol's mind; what he has to deal with is a bigger issue. One has to wonder if he gave up on it, or considered the whole debate irrelevant; with him, the latter seems extremely likely.
  • Has good taste in music, being a fan of Freddie Mercury and Queen. One of Sol's prized possessions from his era is their Sheer Heart Attack album.
  • He's lately been seen smirking and cracking his neck while grinning. All that's left for the clue is "About damn time..."
  • Is often seen with Jotaro Kujo, for various reasons. Though, Jotaro himself feels kinda uneasy since Sol sounds kinda like the guy he loathes the most.
  • After hearing Ragna's fate, Sol has wondered if maybe he should be the one putting an end to him if the time comes... because he doesn't trust Jin enough. This put the two at odds.
    • He's forced to pull back his words when he realized that his Dragon Install can make him more draconic and demonic the same way like Ragna.
    • As if fate itself had decided though, he has been chosen by Wiz and Boomstick to fight a DEATH BATTLE! with Ragna. Time will tell if he can indeed live up to his words.
      • However, Sol is one of the people who suggests that they shouldn't just pick Ragna at his condition, as even Sol finds fighting someone at that state completely insulting. Thankfully, the Pantheon has an alternate solution: use Time Travel to yank an 'alternate' Ragna when he's at his peak, and shit hasn't hit the fan. Sol smirked as he cracked both his knuckles and lightly on the neck, ready for battle.
      • Once the fight actually happened, the judges were surprised how evenly Sol and Ragna ended up going against eachother, all things considered. However, something about the Ragna that was used seemed to had been "faulty", as he transformed into Black Beast fully after Sol only did one significant stab at him, forcing Sol to activate full Gear mode to kill the Black Beast in one shot before anything worse would happen. Even so, Sol was slightly annoyed to hear Boomstick claim that he won because he had 18 belts to Ragna's four.
  • Unlike Ragna, when it comes to being in Scorpion's house, Sol seems to get along well with the undead ninja.
  • He would really prefer you to not to think too hard about his family situation. Namely, that he's Dizzy's father and therefore technically he's Ky's father-in-law. That's perhaps one reason why he's very annoyed at the many different suitors Dizzy's getting due to her popularity.


Lesser Gods

    Harry Mason 
Harrold "Harry" Mason, God of Determination To Find One's Loved Ones (Harold, the Hermit)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A pipe and his brown jacket
  • Theme Song: Silent Hill
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Traversed Silent Hill to find his daughter, Action Survivor, Determinator, Badass Bookworm, Badass Normal, Badass Unintentional, Papa Wolf, Sudden Sequel Death Syndrome
  • Domain(s): Searches for Loved Ones, Determination
  • High Priest: Rose Da Silva
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: The Child Abuse Supporters, 456 Ambassador, The Gatherers
  • An ordinary non-fiction writer, Harry Mason lost his wife Jodie early in their marriage and devoted his life to raising his adopted daughter Cheryl. While driving to Silent Hill, Harry swerved to avoid a girl standing in the road and crashed his car. When he regained consciousness, Harry found that his short, black-haired recently turned seven years old daughter had gone missing. Making his way through Silent Hill, uncovering the town's secrets and fighting against various monsters and the Order, the town's cult, Harry eventually escaped Silent Hill with his life and with a baby created from Alessa and Cheryl's re-merged souls, whom he renamed Heather. However, 17 years after escaping from Silent Hill, Harry was killed in his home by a monster sent by the Order in revenge for having previously foiled their plans. Heather would later avenge his death and give him a proper burial.
  • Harry originally ascended into the pantheon as a follower of James Sunderland, which he did in order to have his back in case anything happened. When the gods learned of how Harry's courage and determination to find his daughter allowed him to triumph over the horrors of Silent Hill, they deemed him worthy of becoming a god within the pantheon.
  • The first thing Harry did after ascending was visit Heather, and the two embraced in a tearful reunion. Harry couldn't hold back how proud he was of Heather standing up against the Order
  • After spending some time thinking about it, Harry chose to appoint Rose Da Silva as his High Priestess. The fact that she was his Distaff Counterpart from an alternate reality convinced him that she was the ideal choice. After getting over her initial confusion caused by the fact that her husband, Christopher, had used the name "Harry Mason" as an alias, Rose gladly accepted the position.
  • Harry frequently hangs out with the Redfield siblings and Leon Kennedy, having bonded over their shared experiences of having survived horrific environments and monsters. They even offered to properly train Harry in how to use firearms in order to improve his poor aim.
  • He gets along well with Pegasus Seiya due to the latter's resolve to protect his friends and find his sister. However, Harry was quick to chastise him for losing track of his motivation and not finding his sister sooner.
  • Being a fan of detective/mystery novels, Harry enjoys spending time with Sherlock Holmes and Hercule Poirot, frequently asking to accompany them on their cases. He was glad to find an entire sub-house of detectives and has been eager to learn more about their adventures.
  • He generally avoids the House of Extraterrestrials due to having learned of an alternate universe in which he had been abducted by aliens. Although the existence of at least one timeline in which the aliens had helped him obliterate Silent Hill has made him somewhat more accepting of at least occassionally visiting it.
  • Glimpsed into a alternate realm where he went to go find Cheryl only to learn that in truth, he was dead and the entire exercise was Cheryl's imagination trying to make Harry seem like this knight who went off to find her. There, he saw that his past had four different variations — he was either a womanizer, an alcoholic, was abused by his wife or divorced her on equal terms. While Harry doesn't know what to think of this, he did confront Heather about it later and told her no matter what the past was like, he's here now and he always loves her.

    Leverage Consulting & Associates 
"Alright, let's go steal a profile."

Leverage Consulting & Associatesmembers , the Godly Crew of Feeling Good Doing the Right Thing and Justified Capers (Leverage International, Nathan: The Mastermind, The Brains, Nate, Sophie: The Grifter, Katherine, Alice, Karen, Michelle, Elizabeth, Lara Devereaux, Eliot: The Hitter, Alec: The Hacker, Hardison, Parker: The Thief, The Mastermind)

    Minsc and Boo 
Minsc and Boo, Gods of Evil-Butt-Kicking For Justice



    Mike Powell 
Lt. Mike Powell, Patron Saint of Lone Rangers Tasked With Big Missions (Powell, Blue Fox)


    The Blues Brothers 
The Blues Brothers, Members  Gods of Missions from Higher Powers
From left to right: Elwood and Jake
  • Quasideities (Demigods when the Lord is on their side)
  • Symbol: A silhouetted drawing of themselves
  • Themes: "Everybody Needs Somebody to Love", "Sweet Home Chicago"
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (Good leanings where their orphanage is concerned)
  • Portfolio: Went on a mission from God to save their orphanage, Bash Brothers, Always in their distinct black suits, Impervious to bullets, explosives and car crashes, The Comically Serious, Always wearing their glasses, Bonded in the orphanage and adopted each other, caused a million dollars worth of damages in their quest, Big eaters, Drives Like Crazy, Crazy-Prepared, drives the Bluesmobile
  • Domains: Music, Criminals, Divine, Heroics, Orphans
  • Heralds: Curtis (their mentor) and The Band (Steve "the Colonel" Cropper – lead guitar, Donald "Duck" Dunn – bass guitar, Murphy Dunne ("Murph") - keyboards, Willie "Too Big" Hall – drums, Tom "Bones" Malone – trombone, "Blue Lou" Marini – saxophone, Matt "Guitar" Murphy – lead guitar, "Mr. Fabulous" Alan Rubin – trumpet)
  • Allies: Kermit the Frog, The Three Stooges, Brook, Sergey Stepanov/Epic Sax Guy, Amigo, Elite Beat Agents, Elvis Presley, Michael Jackson, The nuns and sisters of St. Katherine's Parish, Erica Fontaine, The Nostalgia Critic, Raphael/Phantom R
  • Enemies: I-No, Red Skull, Gihren Zabi, Wilhelm Strasse, Millennium & Adenoid Hynkel, Eric Cartman
  • Wary Around: Leia Skywalker
  • Opposed By: House of Law and Justice
  • The Blues Brothers are a Blues and Soul revivalist band that debuted in 1978 as guests on Saturday Night Live. Consisting of veteran R&B musicians, the band was fronted by the titular brothers themselves; Jake and Elwood Blues. Jake performed as lead vocalist while Elwood provided backup as either vocalist or playing the harmonica. Not long after debuting though, Jake ended up in prison and the band disbanded but when he was released, having served three years in a five year sentence, he and Elwood returned to the orphanage they grew up in to learn it would be closed down if they didn't pay their $5000 property tax at the end of the month. The brothers then went to a church to figure out how to get the money needed, where a divine light shined down upon Jake, giving him the answer they needed. They needed to get the band back together and perform a concert to get the money for the orphanage. And so the journey began, with Jake and Elwood travelling about to get their band members back together for the show... all the while avoiding Neo-Nazis, an angry country band, a mysterious homicidal woman - who turned out to be Jake's ex-fiancee - and the entire Illinois Police Department. But they weren't alone. All along the way, several miraculous events happened in the boys favour, including surviving explosions, point-blank gunfire, rocket launchers fired at them, and even having their car perform some incredible feats. But all that dissipated when the two finally completed their quest and received the receipt for the tax payment.
  • While in prison, the brothers received an invitation from one Kermit the Frog, who asked them to perform as guest stars for the Pantheon's Muppet Show, to which they accepted. Unfortunately, Elwood's drivers licence was still suspended and soon a massive manhunt was underway. Every member of the House of Justice were in hot pursuit of the duo, trying to be the first to apprehend them considering their notorious reputation. They managed to evade capture and perform several songs for the expecting audience... only to be arrested shortly after. Turned out the officers were all in attendance, and came prepared. Before they could send them away though, Kermit revealed he had spoken to the Court of the Gods prior to the concert, granting them a temple and position in the Pantheon. The Blues Brothers were now gods... and the police were not the least bit happy about it. In addition, they were also joined by their old mentor Curtis, who actually served as pre-show entertainment with his rendition of Cab Calloway's Minnie The Moocher.
  • Their temple leads to two locations; the first is Elwood's flophouse apartment in Chicago. A rundown, dilapidated place located right beside the transit system. They don't visit it much anymore, considering it was blown up by Jake's fiancee. The other place they can travel to is St. Helen of the Blessed Shroud Orphanage, the place the brothers grew up in and risked their lives to save. There is one catch to going there. They have to endure the wrath of Sister Mary Stigmata, also known as The Penguin. While she was thankful for the boys saving the orphanage, Sister Mary will still scold them for their foul language and the collateral damage they caused.
  • Jake and Elwood didn't ascend alone. Not only did they get Curtis, they also brought the whole band with them, the very same band they worked so hard to bring back together and wound up in prison with. The guys do a double shift; they work like they had back on Earth during the day, but come night, they're partying up a storm with the brothers. Together, the band keep busy in the Houses of Music and Theatre, performing sold out shows every night to wondrous applause. There is one thing the band all agrees upon though. They are not pretending to be "The Good Ol' Boys" anytime soon.
  • The Blues Brothers have garnered a lot of attention from the Pantheon's resident musicians. They've made friends, or at the very least acquaintances, with Brook, Epic Sax Guy, Amigo, and even music legends Elvis Presley and Michael Jackson. All of them have partaken in duelling bands in the House of Music, much to the amazement and joy of anyone watching. Sometimes too, they team up to put on shows together. These productions are often even more exciting than the duelling bands scenarios. It has put them at odd with I-No, who tried to sabotage one of their shows on orders from Trollkaiger. They haven't forgotten and they haven't forgiven.
  • Jake and Elwood also attracted the attention of deities who also shared their stylish fashion sense too. In particular, The Elite Beat Agents have shown up to perform some sick beats to the band's music. As does the art thief Phantom R, who sometimes just goes to their concerts in his civilian disguise of Raphael. The brothers don't recognize him out of costume, but still welcome him all the same.
  • Their tendency for destruction and illegal actions led to the Blues Brothers developing a peculiar friendship with the Three Stooges, who sometimes join them at concerts and whenever they're on the run from the House of Justice. The Stooges often consider themselves Blood Brothers, and seeing as Jake and Elwood forged their longtime friendship in the orphanage, they decided to come along for the ride. As such, the boys have been teaching the three all about blues and soul music.
  • Turns out the Brothers had an adorning fan in the form of the Nostalgia Critic, who not only enjoyed and praised their quest, but also looked into two other timelines involving the duo. For their part, Jake and Elwood were pleased to have someone enjoy their music and comedic antics. Still, they haven't excepted his resume into joining up with the band. They're looking for real musical talent after all.
  • Despite their rough interactions with The Penguin, the boys were hesitant to meet the Pantheon's resident nuns. Luckily for them, the few they managed to bump into were actually more courteous. The nuns and sisters of St. Katherine's Parish appreciated their musical talent and they, along with Erica Fontaine, were happy to hear the boys journey to save the orphanage, even more-so after learning the Lord was on their side. That said however, they don't support the Blues Brothers growing up and becoming common thieves, with filthy mouths and bad attitudes.
  • If there is one thing the Blues Brothers cannot stand, it would probably be Nazis. In their home world, they had to contend with a band of Illinois Nazis, note  and throughly humiliated them at every step, even when those same buffoons tried to kill them. As a result, the brothers have a very low opinion on the Pantheon's resident Nazis, including Red Skull, Gihren Zabi, Wilhelm Strasse, Millennium & Adenoid Hynkel). The feeling is mutual, as all the aforementioned deities desire to put down the pair and make them suffer.
    • This animosity towards the Nazis has also lead to the Blue Brothers opposing Eric Cartman, who is sympathetic to their cause and has tried on a few occasions to burn down their orphanage. They were not letting that happen, and quickly sent him jumping into a river by driving the Bluesmobile right at him.
  • The boys are hesitant to interact with or even be around Leia Skywalker, not because she's a well respected official in both the Pantheon and her home galaxy, but because she physically resembles Jake's murderous ex-fiancee. Even when they were on their mission, Jake and Elwood had several close encounters with the mystery woman and with Leia's potential Force powers, they don't want to tick her off. For her part, Leia doesn't hate the Blues Brothers, more like doesn't tolerate their reckless behaviour, seeing them as almost like Han Solo back in his smuggling days.
  • Rumour has it, in Ness' home universe, there is a musical group called the Runaway Five, who were, in many ways, similar to the Blues Brothers, even bearing the Japanese name Tonzura or Runaway Brothers. Jake and Elwood took this similarity as mere coincidence, but they were somewhat amused that there were other people emulating their style.
  • Rumours have run rampant through the Pantheon that Jake apparently died while in prison, the orphanage was sold off and Elwood had to track down Curtis' illegitimate son. The boy don't buy into that story, and would rather continue their own shenanigans in the Pantheon instead of try their luck in other timeline.
  • The gods were quick to make an assessment of how much damage the boys and other parties involved cause in their home world. Suffice to say, they were flabbergasted.
  • "They'll never catch us. We're on a mission from God."
  • Also in the Sub-House of Religious Practice.