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A musical museum where visitors can listen to and learn about various genres of music. Each musical genre has its own section and the subgenres (such as different types of metal or rock music) are within these sections.

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Greater Gods

    David Bowie 
David Bowie, God of Reinvention (David Robert Jones, Major Tom, The Man Who Sold the World, Ziggy Stardust, Aladdin Sane, Halloween Jack, The Thin White Duke, Thomas Jerome Newton, John Blaylock, Major Jack Celliers, Jareth the Goblin King, Detective Nathan Adler, Ramona A. Stone, Algeria Touchshriek, Leon Blank, Baby Grace Blue, Boz, Nikola Tesla, Lord Royal Highness, etc., etc.)

Intermediate Gods

    Big Band 
Big Band, God of Musical Gameplay (Band Camp, Ben Birdland, Detective Sax)

    Daft Punk 
Daft Punk, Gods of House Music (Thomas Bangalter & Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo)
  • Intermediate Gods
  • Symbol: Their robot helmets
  • Theme Music: Around the World; Da Funk; One More Time; Get Lucky
  • Alignment: True Neutral or Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: House Music, Kayfabe Music, Heterosexual Life-Partners, The Invisible Band, Cool Helmets
  • Domains: Music, France
  • Allies: Kevin & Sam Flynn, Tron, K. K. Slider, Sona Buvelle, Vinyl Scratch, Napstablook, Tali'Zorah
  • This French electronic musician duo consists of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo. They have grown quite popular in the field of electronic music thanks to a variety of hit songs and they even had a hand in a film or two.
  • Both originally served as the High Priests to fellow electronic music group Kraftwerk, their German equivalent and potentially their predecessors in popularizing the genre (as well as having their identities during performances be that of robots).
  • While it's true that Thomas and Guy-Manuel are both known for their work as Daft Punk, they've actually done a few things separately. Among the contributions outside of Daft Punk include Thomas making the music score for a couple of independent art films.
  • Daft Punk's helmets serve as another notable aspect of the group and are almost always seen wearing it whenever they're in public. A wood sculpture of them without the masks exists with their approval and because of that, many deities have become interested in seeing the group without their masks personally. Reportedly, the duo without their helmets look like this.
    • As for why the two prefer to keep their helmets on much of the time? That's because they want people who are listening to their music to place more of an emphasis on the work rather than just the artists themselves.
  • The House of Friendship has plenty of respect for the group upon learning that the two men have known each other since they were young and have stuck around each other since then.
  • "Around the World" has been noted to be one of the duo's more weirder songs given the composition and the fact that the lyrics simply consist of "Around the World". The House of Travel has wondered how many times these words would be said (and how many times the song would have played) if someone were to literally go around the world, but no one is up for that challenge for the time being.
  • Within the House of Luck and Fortune, it was assumed that "Get Lucky" was a song about being lucky at life. That house was in for a surprise when they found out what the song was actually about (though the House of Love was able to understand the song's meaning relatively quickly).
  • A few find it ironic that in one of their cameos, the duo lost to a group of aliens (or more specifically, aliens that got forcibly turned into humans) that was playing Daft Punk's music during an awards ceremony.
  • K. K. Slider is already good friends with most of the musicians of the Pantheon, but the canine has taken quite a liking to Daft Punk. The electronic music duo has had experience with different genres, as had K.K. Slider and both have even had a bit of experience with being a DJ before (Daft Punk having made remixes of their songs before and K.K. Slider being a DJ whenever he isn't on guitar). The two are working on a collaboration project.
  • Every so often, Tali'Zorah can been seen at the DJ table with them helping their performance. Her helmet may have something to do with her getting along with the duo.
  • They are noted fans of Tron, Kevin & Sam Flynn and have managed to make music for them. Every so often, Daft Punk could be seen in cyberspace performing their music for those that happen to be interested.
  • Someone asked them about letting Tony Stark be a part of Daft Punk given Tony's party lifestyle and wearing his own cool mask. Thomas did consider the possibility, though he pointed out that Tony isn't quite that good with playing the bass.
  • Due to an infamous interview, Guy treads warily around Merlin and the house of Magic, because the wizard might show up and make good on Guy's answer to that question, for laughs.

Dethklok, Gods of Death Metal (William Murderface, Skwisgaar Skwigelf, Nathan Explosion, Pickles, and Toki Wartooth)
  • Intermediate Gods
  • Symbol: A guitar with lightning and a bunch of flame decals
  • Theme: "Deththeme"
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Those Powered By Death metal, Crossing the Line Twice, Serious Business, Gorn, Music being made entirely of Nightmare Fuel, Fake Bands that became real, Death Metal, Nightmare Fuel Station Attendants
  • Domains: Death, Domination, Metal (duh!), Time, Prophecy, Fate
  • Enemies: Ronnie James Dio, Hokago Tea Time, 765 Production
  • Originally, they held the titles as the Gods of Rock before being dethroned from the Pantheon. They have since reascended as the Other Gods of Death Metal thanks to (albeit unintentional) assistance from Chuck Schuldiner.
  • It is however a known fact that the true power lies with the individual Charles Foster Ofdensen, a man that many of the higher deities would steer clear from.
  • Dethklok is kept under control by Ronnie James Dio, whom he has forced them to stop making Tenacious D do their dirty work. The only objectors to this are Dethklok themselves.
  • For some weird reasons, Dethklok absolutely hates Hokago Tea Time and their music due to them being incredibly sugary and that their popularity will eventually Dethrone Dethklok's influence as a Global Musical Superpower. Nathan Explosion, the band's leader, is currently trying to have a Battle of the Bands between Dethklok and Hokago Team Time set up, which is currently pending for approval by Wiz, Boomstick, Charles Offdensen and Ronnie James Dio.
    • So far, the battle has been approved, much to Dethklok's expectations, as a poster of the battle has been posted throughout the Pantheon. However, they are still waiting for a date for when the battle will occur.
  • With Anal Cunt's ascension, the band has teamed up with them to form "Dethkunt", with the goal of defeating the Hokago Team Time since their influence is driving out Dethklok's. Which ironically led to the latter's ascension.
  • Originally believed to be an incarnation of the four horsemen of the apocalypse (and Pickles), new developments have revealed they may actually be god-chosen saviors who are prophesized to use their music to kill an Eldritch Abomination.
  • None of them know what to make of Detroit Metal City.
  • Huge fans of Batman, specially ever since Bat Metal (which in turn the Dark Knight prefers not to comment on).

    Eddie Riggs 
Eddie Riggs, God of Roadies and Patron Saint of Heavy Mithril
  • Intermediate God, but'll claim to be a mere Demigod if asked
  • Symbol: The Separator and his guitar Clementine crossed against each other
  • Theme Song: The Chosen Roadie
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral or Chaotic Good, depending on who you ask.
  • Portfolio: The Reliable One, Supporting Protagonists, Genius Bruiser, The Power of Rock, getting the job done without hogging the Spotlight, Hot-Blooded, Heavy Mithril, Born in the Wrong Century, Half-Human Hybrid, Living Macguffin
  • Domains: Darkness, Creation, Liberation, Metal, Productivity, Humility
  • Herald of: Ormagöden
  • Allies: Dethklok, I-No (who's "Kinda sexy in a weird way" by his admission), Raz, Elite Tauren Chieftain, Po
  • Rivals: Japanese-based performers like Miku Hatsune, Houkago Tea Time, and the Mermaid Princesses (none of them outright stated), Haruko Haruhara
  • "A good roadie knows his whole job is to make someone else look good. Keep someone else safe. Help someone else do what they were put here to do. A good roadie stays out of the spotlight. If he's doing right, you don't even know he's there. And once in a while he might step on the stage to fix a problem. To set something right. And before you even realize he was there, or what he did, he's gone."
    • For that reason above, as well as his adventure in his game, Eddie Riggs used to be the God of Roadies in the House of Music. However, due to it not being a trope, he was shafted to the Rework section until a better trope can be found for him.
    • Because of the fact that not many people are familiar with Ormagöden, his influence has begun to wane. Seeing his herald Eddie stuck in the Rework section because of the fact that Roadies is not a trope, he decided to sacrifice his title in order to bring Eddie back into the Pantheon proper.
  • Has served Dethklok and helped train their roadies.
  • Although he'll serve any musician without complaint, he has barely-hidden contempt for the J-Pop genre and their Idol Singers (though he knows not to complain) and can be seen Face Palming backstage during concerts.
    • His rivalry with Haruko Haruhara is considerably more friendly, or at least as friendly one can get with the likes of her.
  • His followers maintain the Pantheon's instruments when their users are not performing.
  • Once met with Po and looked at him weirdly, mostly due to having similar voices. Po is in awe at Eddie's rock and roll skills, while Eddie does admit that Po is pretty okay as a kung-fu fighter, which is then taken to the next level as the panda learns chi.
  • Given his music, he's garnered contention with Reinhardt.
  • In honor of the god who sacrificed his place in the Pantheon for him, Eddie rebuilt his shrine into the likeness of the Eternal Fire-Beast Ormagöden.
  • "Where I come from, this guitar makes noises. Here, it blows stuff up!"

    The Guy (Disturbed) 
The Guy, God of Metal Band Mascots (The Hand of God, The Dark Messiah, The Vengeful One, Morbus, "Superman")
As The Vengeful One 
His True Form 

    Necrodancer and the Golden Lute 
The Necrodancer and the Golden Lute, Co-Gods of Playing the Level's Music
The Golden Lute's True Form 
  • Rank(s): Intermediate God wielding the Golden Lute, Lesser God without the Golden Lute, Intermediate Good (The Golden Lute itself)
  • Symbol: A Dancing Skeleton Mook, The Golden Lute The Dragon Form for the Golden Lute itself
  • Theme Music: Momentum Mori, Absolutetion for the Golden Lute
  • Alignments: Neutral Evil, Chaotic Neutral with slight lean towards Evil for the Golden Lute
  • Portfolio: A magical-inclined Lich whose power revolves around raising the dead, is absolutely killer with the Golden Lute, loves to REANIMATE a creature, was a normal bard, until he found the Lute, The Lute Behind the Man, will eat anyone's soul who has played it including the Necrodancer, takes the form of a golden lute normally, takes the form of a dragon if it's in danger
  • Domains: Necromancy, Music, Animate Inanimate Object, Souls
  • Herald: Cadence (Arch-Enemy of the Necrodancer)
  • Allies: Quan Chi, Ganondorf, Sauron, Gul'dan
  • Rivals: Nightmare (Soul Series), Alduin, Eddie Riggs (Sways between Rival and Enemy, mostly towards Enemy)
  • Enemies: All Good-Aligned Soul Series characters, Soul Calibur, Makoto Naegi, Hajime Hinata and Izuru Namukura, Ibuki Mioda, Sayaka Maizono, Death the Horseman, Nekron, Link, Zelda, Bilbo and Frodo Baggins, Samwise Gamgee, Gandalf, Aragorn, and Legolas and Gimli
  • Fears: Miraak (For the Golden Lute)
  • Opposed By: The House of Family, The Lantern Corps
  • At one point, the Necrodancer was but a simple bard named Octavio, traveling as he played upon his lute. Upon finding the Golden Lute, however, he begun to lose himself as he played it, turning into the Necrodancer, a necromancer who rules over the Crypt he resides in with a disco iron fist. He eventually met his end when he faced off against Cadence and her family of gravediggers, who was looking for her lost father against the wishes of her uncle.
    • After his second defeat at the hands of Cadence's mother Melody, it was Aria (Melody's mother) who found out the horrible truth about the Golden Lute's form: it's sentient and eats away at the soul and humanity of those who pluck its strings. After an intense fight, the Lute is destroyed by Aria's hand, passing away only moments later from her heart wound inflicted by the Necrodancer.
    • Needless to say, due to his actions against the family in order to maintain the power of the Golden Lute, the House of Family promises they will not go easy on him if he tries anything funny with them.
  • At the request of the Court of Gods, Cadence ascended as a Herald, primarily to prevent the Necrodancer from using his necromancy abilities to take over the House of Music.
  • He often plays in the House of Music. Despite his affinity with his magic through music, his tunes often brings the entire house (with some outsiders) into a large dance floor. Just beware him trying to steal your heart, so that you'll be forced to dance by the beat of your heart by his magic.
  • Recognizing some of the Dragonronpa deities, he quickly reaffirmed them as his enemies, as they are capable of going toe-to-toe with his mortal lieutenants. He's preparing (while also dreading) for the time where Monokuma and Monomi will become a part of the collective group.
  • Upon learning that another being capable of eating away a soul ascended, the Soul Series characters who fought against Soul Edge and Soul Calibur made enemies with the Necrodancer. While intimidated by their proficiency with their weaponry, he stands firm and awaits their attack.
    • Elysium was disappointed with the ascension of yet another chaos-driven instrument and its puppet. Soul Edge and Nightmare were intrigued, though uninterested in the Lute, as they can just eat the souls of warriors it slays on the battlefield.
  • Adding onto the pile of enemies he already has, among them is Death the Horseman and Nekron. For the former, the Necrodancer and his Golden Lute are perverting the balance of life and death by bringing things into Undeath. The latter's reasoning is that he's disrupting the peace and order that death, and by his range darkness, brings.
    • Despite Nekron's animosity towards the Necrodancer's blatant necromancy, he doesn't get much sympathy from the Lantern Corps around the Pantheon, learning of the Lute's ability to resurrect the dead and how far its power extends.
  • One of the very few allies he has was with Ganondorf. With a recent adventure chronicling the adventures of Cadence going in and allying herself with Link and Zelda to stop a Golden Lute-like object, they feel like kindred spirits who knew each other.
    • This brought the ire of Link and Zelda to his scope. For his end, he hates them on principle for allying with Cadence and ending Octivo's/Ganon's madness in Hyrule. If he can, he will take care of them first, to make it harder for his herald to oppose him.
  • Upon hearing about Quan Chi and his powerful magic, the Necrodancer went up to him and pledged under his alligence. While there was some coldness from the Netherrealm necromancer, he accepted the Necrodancer's plead for help. Regardless of how powerful he thinks he is, Quan Chi sees him fit as a puppet to do his bidding.
    • Gul'dan approached the necromancer upon hearing about Quan Chi deciding to ally himself with the musical mage. They bound over their abilities to summon minions, with help of their magical items. He was impressed with the Golden Lute itself, as he could feel its evilness extruding from its golden body, if not for the rumors of its transformation alone. It may decide to go to the monsterous warlock first in the event its host dies, which he doesn't mind as he can suck the life out of other people to sate its hunger.
  • Has also went over to Sauron in the House of Villains, recognizing his power and dominion over an extensive army of Uruk-Hai, as well as those who hold the One Ring, which rings similar to the Golden Lute and his own army. While the Uruks' in Sauron's army could destroy the Necrodancer's army, he is impressed with the amount of power that the Necrodancer and the Lute holds over the dead.
    • This alliance earned him ire and hostility from the Fellowship of the Ring. It only got worse when they heard about what the Golden Lute's capable of in the hands of a master like him.
  • One day, Eddie Riggs went down into the Crypt, wondering why it appeared in the House of Musical Genres. He fought through most of the Necrodancer's army, blasting them or axing them off with his trusted Clementine and Separator. Upon meeting the Necrodancer himself, they engaged in a battle of music, as the Necrodancer summoned more of his army, while Eddie's Mooks throw themselves at his stage. While some spectators from the House of War came in to enjoy the carnage on the battlefield, it ended with a victory for the roadie, though their fights must now be done in the House of War now since the House of Musical Genre and parts of the House of Music are damaged from their battle.
  • The Golden Lute, in spite of its unassuming appearance, has sentience. While it stays near the Necrodancer, should he fall, it won't hesitate to find a victim to turn into the next Necrodancer.
    • Should its true nature be revealed, it's able to turn into its dragon form to retaliate against its enemies. Utilizing everything offered to it, it can summon anything from skeletons to dragons, though it's here that it's at its most vulnerable, as a capable fighter can destroy it by lobbing its head off.
  • In its dragon form, it has three main enemies that it will fight against. The first are the Monster Hunters, who are adept to fighting draconic creatures. After that, is the Dragonborn and Paarthurnax, whose dragon form brought attention of it to the two, and realizing the truth of the Lute's power, will resolve to end its miserable legacy.
    • Hearing about the power Miraak holds, if it's not in the hands of a Necrodancer, it will flee to avoid his Mind Control powers. Though even with this revelation, it won't intentionally seek out Alduin, as the World Eater regards it as a "pitiful excuse of a dovah" that he'll roast if it comes near him.

Sabaton, The Great Skalds of Historical Metal
The post-Carolus Rex lineup.


Lesser Gods

Gorillazmembers , Divine Band of Genre Roulette (2D: Stuart Pot, Murdoc: Murdoc Niccals, Noodle, Russel: Russel Hobbs)
From left to right: Russel, 2D, Noodle, and Murdoc

    Justin Timberlake 
Justin Timberlake, Prince of Pop (Artie, Will Aras, Sean Parker)

    The Teensies 
The Teensies, Divine Group Of The Gratuitous Disco Sequence
A Green Teensy, the most common kind of Teensy
The Grand Minimus 
Ales Mansay the Magician 
  • Lesser Gods on average
  • Symbol: The crown of the Grand Minimus, their primary ruler
  • Theme Songs: The Teensy Highway and their Rayman M/Arena theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good on average; Ales Mansay, however, is more Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Disco Tech, Gag Nose, Gratuitous Disco Sequence, I Have to Go Iron My Dog (in Rayman 3), Master of Unlocking (one method utilizes That Russian Squat Dance)
  • Domains: Magic, Dance, Music (especially disco), Royalty (Grand Minimus), Machinery (Ales Mansay; especially Steampunk)
  • Heralds: Otto Psi, Roméo Patti, and Gonzo
  • Follower: Jon Arbuckle
  • Allies: Rayman, Betilla, Globox, Samus Aran, The Guardians, Amigo
  • Enemies: Razorbeard, the Eliksni, Ridley, Felix, Black Manta, other evil pirates and robots, nightmarish villains, Balthazar Bratt (to most Teensies)
  • Wary of: Pirates and robots in general
  • Intrigued by: Zinogre
  • The Teensies, a race of small, magically-inclined people, have a rather strange quirk common among them: They seem to really like disco. In fact, they tend to do it at some rather inappropriate times (at least, from the viewers' perspective). For this reason, the race has been deified to represent this trope. Take a wild guess what kind of welcoming party Pinkie threw for them.
  • The leader of all the Teensies is the Grand Minimus, though the tiny folk have a lot of kings and queens. The Grand Minimus has thus been chosen to be the representative for his people.
    • The three Teensy doctors — Otto Psi, Roméo Patti, and Gonzo (not to be confused with the Muppet) — have been chosen to be the Teensy heralds.
    • Less thrilling to the Teensies is that Ales Mansay — lately known as the Dark Teensy — is to share the same temple as them, at least until he can have his own trope(s) to rule over.
  • Of course Rayman, Globox, and Betilla were happy to see this ascension; familiar, friendly faces in this pantheon are a welcome sight. They hope to see friends like Ly and Barbara ascend at some point, but aren't holding their collective breath.
  • Inversely, the Teensies were not pleased to know Admiral Razorbeard was also in the Pantheon, after he and his crew of robotic pirates had enslaved the entirety of the Glade of Dreams.
    • Because of the actions of Razorbeard and his crew, the Teensies are wary of robots and pirates in general, rightly so in the case of the more wicked individuals.
      • Ridley being a space pirate, combined with his shocking brutality, guaranteed that the Teensies would be terrified of him. Samus promised them that if her parents' killer ever gunned for them, she would fight him off to the best of her ability.
      • Other nasty pirates they try to avoid are Felix — false friendship is a huge no-no — and Black Manta — who killed Aquaman's son.
  • The good-aligned Teensies are none-too-crazy about Balthazar Bratt, a villain who is a fan of disco. They claim people like him make the genre look bad. Ales Mansay, on the other hand, likes Bratt's style.
  • The lupine monster Zinogre has intrigued the majority of the Teensy populace. After all, whoever heard of a wolf that break-dances as it fights?
  • The Teensies found a very similar group of creatures in the Guardians. The Guardians are the last hope for the humanity of their world and are perfectly capable of taking on actual gods, yet have the odd tendency to dance at strange times, even if there's no music playing.
    • The Guardians warned the Teensies about an enemy of theirs that was also in the Pantheon: the Eliksni, an entire race of cutthroat space pirates that revere technology. To the Teensies, the Eliksni are too similar to Razorbeard and his crew.
  • They learned of Amigo's tendency to make people around him dance to his music. They approve very much of this, and have suggested some disco songs he could play. Amigo said he would consider it.

    Trent Reznor 
Michael Trent Reznor, God of Industrial Metal

Voltaire, God of the Neo-Victorian Gypsy Pirate Vaudeville Band (and Gothic Country) (Aurelio Voltaire Hernandez)
  • Lesser God (Intermediate God if he taps into the power of the Vorutanian Key Blade)
  • Symbols: His Top Hat or the Vorutanian Key Blade
  • Signature Song: When You're Evil
  • Portfolio: Perky Goth, Dashing Hispanic, Nice Hat, Badass Beard, Coming to celebrate on Friday the 13th, being accompanied by an extraterrestrial bear named Deady, going from Goth to Children and Country songs
  • Domains: Goth, Steampunk, Acoustics
  • Allies: Artix Von Krieger, Sora, all gothic gods in the Pantheon.
  • Annoyed with: Ebony Dementia Way
  • Enemies: Lord Dominator, Any god hailing from New Jersey (Long story)
  • Fan of: All gods hailing from Star Trek.
  • Followers: Donna Lynch and Steven Archer, Cab Calloway, Orville Deadenbacker (actually more like a Vitriolic Best Bud).
  • Ascended into the Pantheon once he received his own place known as "Voltaire Town". There, he guides people to venture through all the Friday the 13th events he goes through with Artix and holds concerts and costumes for any and all visitors. Meets up with Artix every Friday the 13th to fight down bad guys in the name of Lore.
    • These events so far included a trip to Skull Punch Island, a concert celebrating the Day of the Dead, a trip to find the legendary Vorutanian Key Blade, fighting off a giant mechanical girl while riding a black unicorn down the side of an erupting volcano, and fighting off the Beastmaker of the Neverworld. Many gods are willing to join in on the fun whenever Friday the 13th arrives in the Pantheon.
  • His weapon is the Vorutanian Key Blade which is in no relation to the other Keyblade of note.
    • Speaking of which, Sora heard about the Keyblade and once challenged Voltaire into a fight. Voltaire's ability to shadow step thanks to the Keyblade helped him keep up with the more experienced fighter. After which, Sora decided to train Voltaire in the ways of his Keyblade so that he could easily defend himself when time comes.
  • Has once ridden on a black unicorn down the side of an erupting volcano while drinking from a chalice filled with the laughter of small children. It was awesome.
    • Princess Luna has actually chased him once while he was riding that black unicorn down the side of an erupting volcano. Her only response to it was that, "The fun has been doubled!"
  • Once met up with Mandy and performed songs known as "In the Land of the Dead" and "Brains!" for her. Sources say that Mandy put him on her "Do not kill now" list.
  • Is very popular amongst Gods that are Evil due to his song "When You're Evil", which becomes a smash-hit and must have for all Gods of Evil. Naturally, he's very annoyed by this.
    • Got asked by Lord Dominator since she's also had trouble with various evil gods playing her song in the House of Villains. His advice was just that it was now her problem and he left it at that.
  • Stays away from Coop at all times and vice versa. Mostly due to the fact that Coop is from New Jersey (where Voltaire grew up and hates talking about it) and due to the fact that Voltaire also wrote a song describing said hate which is known as "Bomb New Jersey." Basically anything about New Jersey is one of the only times he gets annoyed.
  • Once when Yotsuba complained about monsters in her bed, Voltaire sang "Goodnight Demon Slayer" to her. Yotsuba fell asleep immediately after that. Everyone else went "Awww...."
    • Since there are many children who listen to his music, he crafted an album specifically for them called Spooky Songs for Creepy Kids so as to deter them away from his other adult-oriented songs.
  • Is usually accompanied by a corpse dressed in a nice suit named Orville Deadenbacker, who snarks at everything he says.
  • Is actually a big fan of many of the Star Trek gods in the Pantheon, although he still questions some of their decisions as noted in his song "The U.S.S Make Shit Up".
  • Performed this for Mami Tomoe's birthday. She admitted it was pretty catchy.
  • When he heard that Sora and Riku needed his Keyblade expertise for the Friendship Asylum, he agreed to help out. After learning that Artix von Krieger is also going in, the two have teamed up to face the asylum's darkness. When the Iron Giant crushed Takatora, Voltaire was able to quickly get him to safety. He's also been journeying through Limbo with Tsukasa Kadoya for a secret investigation.
  • When he's not on tour or working on a new album, he actually teaches classes on stop-motion in the Celestial Academy. This lead him to become really good friends with Jack Skellington and Coraline Jones and was awed to find Ray Harryhausen in the Pantheon. He's made a note on the door to his temple for gods to not disturb him when he's teaching.
  • Gets along very well with various Gothic gods in the Pantheon and has become the Team Dad to the Gothic Girl trio of Lydia Deetz, Samantha Manson and Tomoko Nozama. However he has nothing nice to say about Ebony Dementia Way and has been doing his best to write a song that explains that.
    • He's a fan of the Elegant Gothic Lolita trope and there just so happens to be Margaret Moonlight in the same house as him. Voltaire had to admit her song was "catchy as hell" and hopes to colaborate with her one day.


    EpicLloyd & NicePeter 
Lloyd Ahlquist and Peter Shukoff, Gods of Rap Battles (EpicLloyd and NicePeter)


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