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    Akantor, Ukanlos, and Odibatorasu 
Akantor, Ukanlos, and Odibatorasu, Gods of Incorrect Names (Akantor: The Black God, Tyrant of Fire, The Supreme Monster, Aka, Akamu; Ukanlos: Ukamurubasu, The White God, The Tyrant of Ice, Uka, Jay Leno, Shovelchin, You-Can-Lose; Odibatorasu: Cannon Rock Wyvern, The Sand God, The Third God, Odi, Sand-Blastoise; The Twin Walls, The Triple Walls)
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From top to bottom: Akantor, Ukanlos, Odibatorasu
  • Greater Gods
  • Symbol: The Hunter Guild's icons for Akantor,Ukanlos, and Odibatorasu
  • Theme Songs: Tyrant of Hellfire (Akantor) / Absolute Zero (Ukanlos) / Titan of the Desert (Odibatorasu)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (Akantor), True Neutral (Ukanlos and Odibatorasu)
  • Portfolio: Acrofatic, Dig Attacks, The Dreaded, Geo Effects, Kaiju, Classified as a Flying Wyverns despite being flightless, Mighty Glaciers, Tunnel Kings, Ultra-Powerful Beam Attacks
  • Domains: Incorrect Names, Wyverns, Flightlessness
    • Akantor: Fire, Sound
    • Ukanlos: Ice, Snow
    • Odibatorasu: Sand
  • Size: 3049cm (Akantor), 3188cm (Ukanlos), Very Large (Odibatorasu)
  • Allies: Godzilla, Gamera (All) Flame Princess (Akantor) Blastoise (Odibatorasu) (an Odd Friendship)
  • Rivals: Gogmazios (All) Wamuu, Rashid, Von Twirlenkiller (Akantor) Sub-Zero II, Queen Elsa, Cygnus Hyoga (Ukanlos) Gaara, Toph (Odibatorasu)
  • Enemies: Miraak, Hircine, The House of Combat (All) The Corpus (Ukanlos)
  • Opposed by: The Monster Hunters and other hunters, the Dragonborn (All) Daredevil and those sensitive to sound (Akantor) Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader (Odibatorasu)
  • Opposes: Users of electricity (All)
  • In a place as active as the Pantheon, there's bound to be more than a few things that tend to get glossed over in the chaos, and it actually took the creation of the House of Naming for deities to notice that Akantor, Ukanlos, and Odibatorasu's temples were starting to fall into disrepair (not that they used them anyways), and that the remote areas the three Flying Wyverns were normally located have become silent and unused. Many took it as a sign that the three have lost interest in the Pantheon and their divine titles. After enough time has passed, it seemed as though their suspicions were confirmed and went in to bulldoze their temple and make use of the territory they once inhabited for other purposes. While the enlisted mix of deities and Mooks were successful in doing the former, they were in for a rude awakening when they found the tenants were still there.
  • They ascended and re-ascended to the Pantheon as the Gods of Non Indicative Names due to the fact that they're in the Flying wyvern classification. Now, the most recognizable monsters are of the Flying Wyvern category — every aspiring Hunter's "baptism of fire", so to speak. They are unofficially divided into two subtypes: "True", which are, for the majority, bipedal that use their wings to fly, and "Pseudo-", which usually use their wing-arms as forearms instead. These three, however, are the only "Flying" Wyverns to lack any ability to fly whatsoever, as even the Monoblos, Diablos, Basarios and Gravios have the ability to fly. Many believe these three are actually Elder Dragons that were incorrectly classified, though the Monster Hunters gave an explanation as while they originally qualified as Elder Dragons, The Guild simply discovered their distant ancestry to other Flying Wyverns... Despite the fact that they've long since dropped wings down their evolutionary line, leaving behind only nubs that are wings in the vestigial sense, something no other Flying Wyvern has. Some criticized if they go with that line of qualification, why not just name the class "Winged Wyverns" to begin with. The Monster Hunters rebutted: "It just stuck in the same way the title of 'Elder Dragon' stuck".
  • They were quick to establish themselves as ruling monsters within their respective biomes, and are even quicker when it comes to fighting if anyone is willing to have a dispute over it. Lesser beasts are wise enough to not to even think about contesting and tend to avoid the area altogether out of respect, or fear.
    • Having said that, even they bow their heads in respect to the King of Monsters. There are some hostilities (mostly out of pride) but their relationship with Godzilla is all in all pretty friendly. They have a similar relationship with Gamera with the difference being their fights occur when they cause trouble when deities trespass on their territories. Odi has the most positive relationship with Gamera out of the three, if only for more visible reasons.
  • During Miraak's botched resurrection they have managed to avoid being bent to his will by virtue of simply not being in the House of Dragons and even then that was during a time where they were simply "not at home". He has his sights on them now that he's not only banned from the House he just attacked, but also was notified that they indeed exist here in the Pantheon during their rampage. He has the same problems though, being not exactly a popular god and the various deities nearby are enough to hound on him before deities such as the Dovahkiin and Paarthurnax come on by as well, not that it has stopped him from trying anyways. There were some times where he did manage to get to the three and control them, but none of them allowed him to fully realize their use in his machinations. Obviously, they don't like him as much as anyone, and that same dislike extends to Bowser considering he tried similar things to them like what he did with the Ruined Dragon.
    • Really, if there's anyone with a good enough chance of recruiting them onto their side it would probably go to Viridi given that she's the Goddess of Nature. She tries appealing to their territorial nature by bringing up that if given the chance humans and other enemies of nature will keep on bothering them. While they have nothing against her, time will tell if they will actually go along with her Forces of Nature as they seem more content at being left alone than participating in whatever grudge she has against humanity.
  • It's not recommended to tick off any of them. They were previously seen as Elder Dragons for a reason. Besides their affects on the environment whether it's making the very land around them shift up and down like with Akantor and Ukanlos or even shaping an entire desert into what it is today like with Odibatorasu, all of them are capable of throwing their weight around. Hircine finds their strength most fitting for the more larger hunts he hosts, and various members in the House of Combat have engaged the three Wyverns which greatly annoys them. While the Nature Preservers have tried to prevent this, some remain persistent enough to want a good fight.
  • Akantor only:
    • Akantor has giant fangs in addition to other sharp teeth, which can deliver powerful bites and weaken defenses if the victim wasn't finished already. While ironically not possessing elements befitting its on hand like its other non-flying wyverns, its very roars compensate for this. Not only are they loud enough to do physical harm and even cause some miniature eruptions of lava, but it can condense it into a beam known to many as the Sonic Blast. Unsurprisingly, it's not liked by anyone who are sensitive to sound like Daredevil given that they have it much, much worse. Aka considers the likes of Wamuu, Rashid, and Von Twirlenkiller to be potential threats considering their similar abilities and has taken the time to further its own strengths leading to many noise-related complaints from the House of Fire and Electricity as well as some shift in the terrain, though admittedly nothing to completely revamp maps of the House over.
    • If he's not within his claim of the House of Fire and Electricity, it's probably hanging around Flame Princess' temple. Her elemental take on morality could be the result of why they're on good terms with each other, even if she has also approached a "more traditional" take on it. Woe to anyone wanting to pick a fight with the Princess of the Fire Kingdom — Akantor is another hurdle among the allies she has for someone to take on.
  • Ukanlos only:
    • Ukanlos' chin is shaped like a spade, allowing to dig up chunks of snow and ice from underneath its opponents and can breathe an icy beam. And speaking of digging it can home in on things much better than its fellow flightless wyverns, acting more like a giant armored land shark rather than just a way to create some distance. Well aware that it's far from the only ice-user in the Pantheon, Uka took it upon itself to further its own abilities, often resulting in much harsher blizzards within the House of Water and Ice. The need for large vehicles meant to push through such harsh weather has rose and made some cash for deities in the House of Travel and Technology, whether operating vehicles or making them.
    • Seeing as though they mainly make their bases within such frigid environments, they and the Corpus have inevitability and violently crossed paths with each other. While they have made sure to avoid doing operations that require them to be in the titanic monster's territory for the sake of saving funds, they do want to evict Ukanlos at some point or another. Well aware of their actions endangering many species on the surface of Venus, some report the White God deliberately going into Corpus bases and destroying whatever it can, claiming it as its own territory.
    • Because of the way its name is spelled, some may also refer to the Ukanlos as You-Can-Lose. Not wanting others to be discouraged, some Monster Hunters took it upon themselves to go to the House of Craft to print up something motivational. This was the result.
  • Odibatorasu only:
    • Odibatorasu utilizes sand. Lots and lots of sand, of which it can manipulate like causing large sandstorms or creating sand pillars around itself by simply roaring or just digging through it almost replicating swimming. And on its back lies a cannon which fires, if you couldn't guess already, sand projectiles in addition to the beam of sand from its mouth. If one doesn't like sandnote  you won't like Odi. Acknowledging it's not the only sand user after seeing the likes of Toph and Gaara in action, it took to whipping up its own sand abilities more often as to not fall behind. As a result, sandstorms have become a tad bit more common within the House of Earth and Metal.
    • Surprisingly it has gotten along with Blastoise, though, since the Cannon Rock Wyvern sees it as almost of its own if you put aside both the sheer difference in size and elements. More unusual is that from the Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors Blastoise knows, water types would be pretty potent against ground types (which Odi would be designated as such if it were to be applied). Odi clarified that it sort of does, but only by a minuscule amount compared weaknesses to Thunder and Dragon from back home.
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    The Didact 
Shadow-of-Sundered-Star, Divine Forerunner With A Phrase As A Name (The Didact, Ur-Didact)
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  • Theme Song: Revival
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The Didact's symbol unbound. Alternatively, the Shield-World Requiem or his ship, the Mantle's Approach.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Named "Shadow-of-Sundered-Star" for his warrior caste, Protector of the Ecumene for thousands of years, around 100,000 years old, wears an advanced Forerunner Combat Skin, believes humanity should be destroyed for killing his own kin, would kill an entire species for harvesting to get rid of the Flood, turned from a stoic general into a genocidal madman, lost the opportunity to kill Chief twice, touched by imprints of the Precursors to kill all threats to them, not entirely dead somehow
  • Domains: Forerunners, Technology, War, Telekinesis, Genocide
  • Heralds: The Promethean Warriors
  • Allies: None, he is adamant on his hate towards humanity, though the people who follow his philosophy are accepted, which is quite rare.
  • Worthy Foes: Grand Admiral Thrawn, Lady Honor Harrington, Commander Shepard, Juzo Okita
  • Rivals with: Sinistar, Esdeath
  • Source of Interest for: The Corpus, Arthur Maxson
  • Enemies: The Master Chief, Cortana, The Flood, The Tenno, The Grineer, The Infested, The Guardians, Oryx, The Combine, Sarah Kerrigan, Arcturus Mengsk, Jim Raynor, and the remaining Protoss, Terrans and Zerg for that matter, the Imperium and their servants, alongside the rest of the Xenos, XCOM, Samus Aran, Shadow the Hedeghog
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Black Doom
  • Conflicting Opinion with: The Khan Maykr
  • Opposes: All humans, regardless of alignment
  • The Milky Way galaxy hosts various worlds, all different forms of flora and fauna, but at the same time also hosts various installations known, as the "Halo Rings". These tools were the heralds to the galaxy's long past that was nearly driven to extinction, all done by the Forerunners due to a long trans-galactic conflict from ages ago. These rings, if ever activated, would wipe out all the galaxy. Since then, a religious formation known as the Covenant would race against time to discover more about these rings and the technologies that power them, and at the same time, humanity would respond to their war by sending their forces to intercept them. By the time the war ended and the threat known as the Flood re-emerged and was defeated by a ring's self-destruction, did humanity start gathering themselves for a new frontier, the recollection of these mysterious relics and security to the remaining installations.
    • However, humanity would soon discover that such actions would reawaken an old past of the galaxy's history. When the Master Chief, humanity's greatest Spartan, was found after 4 years of cryostasis, did he discover the Shield-World of Requiem and inadvertently released an old Forerunner that was imprisoned on the planet. Doing so was a terrible mistake as that not only brought a new threat that would assault humanity but put the Forerunners and humans to war and rekindle an old conflict that was dormant for eons. The Forerunner in question? The Didact, an old general and past warrior of the Forerunner Ecumene. He was a respectable warrior but slowly despised humanity for their transgressions in the past. With the old Forerunner awakened and seeing that humanity has not learned from its mistakes, did he gather his Promethean forces under the banner to destroy them in its entirety.
  • His arrival did not bring good news, especially towards humanity in general. His hatred to the entire species is rooted on his past as the Forerunner Ecumene were the main dominant species of the entire galaxy. It also does not help that said species holds one philosophy they had followed for even 100,000 years, the Mantle of Responsibility. It is this core tenet of their ideals that prefer the strong to become stewards to all of life. In theory, this would work very well as it would avoid conflicts on each biodiversity, but in practice, the Forerunners' draconian rule on the philosophy allowed them to subjugate lesser species under their control. That also explains why Forerunner technology have been installed in different planets, and their unwillingness to give the Mantle to other beings, such as the Ancient Humans. When the Flood came in and a trans-galactic war was at risk, this posed a threat to not only the Forerunner species, but to every living thing imaginable.
    • As for what the Didact did back then, when one of his colonies was killed off by the Ancient Humans' Lord of Admirals, he perceived this as an act of war against his entire species, little did he know that the elimination of one of his colonies was not out of war, but to prevent something worse, the Flood. Despite the slow warnings, his commanding skills lead to the Forerunner's success on Ancient Humanity and forced them into a pre-technological state. This war severely weakened the rest of the Forerunners and lead to the disastrous war between the Forerunners and Flood. His arrogance and continuous reverence to the Mantle has led to his exile and if it was not bad enough, confronted the Gravemind, in a session that he describes it to be malediction than anything. This had a lasting impact, as the Didact resorted to more inhumane methods to eliminate the impending Flood threat.
    • Meanwhile, his wife, The Librarian, made several tasks that would help imprint other living species into Arks that would place them under safety from the Flood Infection as a desperate act to save the lifeforms of the galaxy. However, with the Didact's change of methodology and attitude, all more worsened by Flood manipulation, did he oppose this and resorted to more extreme tactics, among which was the usage of the Composer, to harvest the remaining humans to become his new Promethean Warriors. This act, alongside his other treacherous acts of war crimes such as his unwillingness to choose more rational methods, and his change of philosophy that the Mantle should only be wielded by the strong, lead to his imprisonment on the Shield-World Requiem, forced into a prison where he will have to meditate and reflect on his self. There was just one problem, the Halo Array destroyed everything including the large Forerunner records reliquary known as the Domain. What would have turned from a thousand years of meditation, would soon become the Didact's thousand years of insanity and rage as he stared into the blackness of the world.
    • On July 21, 2557, the Shield-World would soon come by contact from a UNSC ship known as Forward Unto Dawn, where the Master Chief has been in cryostasis for over four years. After being taken by Covenant Remnant ships, the Shield-World scanned the presence of a Spartan, thus opening and launching both Chief, his AI partner Cortana and the remaining Covenant Forces into the planet. Under hearing of signals of another UNSC ship, Chief followed the signal up until he reached a large swirling ball, the Cryptum, where the Didact was imprisoned on the core of the planet. Thinking such construct would support them in finding the signal, he opened it which proved to be a terrible mistake as not only did he reawakened the Didact, but also unleashed the Prometheans across the galaxy, as he vows to end humanity to fulfill his long plan: to keep the Mantle under Forerunner rule.
  • Multiple alarms were triggered when a large spacecraft entered Pantheon airspace. Those described the ship as a white, tall-shaped craft, with a large cannon on the bottom and several escort fighters. As it fired the cannon on Pantheon grounds, several military forces reacted and engaged it, with most assaults unable to pierce through its' defenses, until aid from the Master Chief and assistance from the Imperium halted its progress. Entering the ship, he found an old foe, the Didact, preparing himself for combat, but before he positioned himself, the ship, alongside his Cryptum, crashed. Unwilling to accept capture, he fled with the remains of his ship and set up his own place on one of the hidden spaces of the Pantheons. One can guess which space he is in, but the Master Chief can tell that the Didact is not fleeing, not until his plan to fulfill the Mantle is completed, and that he is the barrier between the Forerunner and humanity's extinction.
  • As he arrived the Pantheon with genocidal intent, very few know his origins and some have attempted to find past information regarding the Forerunner Ecumene and its history, desperate to find reasons for his sudden arrival. Nonetheless, many of the Pantheon's defensive mechanisms failed upon contact with the Didact, and it was not until the Master Chief decided to come in aid to assist the assaults. His presence sparked anger and worthiness as the Forerunner saw Chief as both an enemy and a worthy foe, finally seeing an old face and a feud the two have yet to settle. While the Didact gained the upper hand, it wasn't until he felt a similar presence around him, the Ancilla Cortana came under aid and shut him down once more, as Chief laid the final blow, but not until he retreated back to his ship. Suffering from another defeat by the same SPARTAN, he is plotting new ideas to weaken Chief and his reinforcements, especially his AI partner. Though some people have noted how similar the two are, possibly seeing each other to be opposites.
    • Regarding familiar faces, only Chief and Cortana are the ones he vaguely remembers. His wife, the Librarian, alongside other Forerunner like the IsoDidact, his clone, remain unseen. On the other hand, the other species present such as the Sangheili, San'Shyuum and Jiralhanae does not faze him in the slightest, until a disturbing encounter with a parasite caught up to him. In his horror, the Flood remain within Pantheon grounds, something that he has yet to eradicate. The war between the Forerunners and Flood can even be far as the rumored war between the Forerunners and Precursors, with the Gravemind having varying statements regarding the subject. That will not deter the Didact into not only destroying humanity and avoiding ascendance, but to eradicate the Flood in its entirety.
  • Those who venture into the foray of Forerunner culture will notice a certain idea pop up: "the Mantle of Responsibility". This one ideal, an ideal that prioritizes noble and intelligent species to uphold technology and become stewards to all other species, is the foundation of the Forerunners and the shaper of their rule. This one idea is what the Didact wishes to keep and follow, as shown with his disdain towards any species holding the right to the Mantle. As he saw the Pantheon's residents and their traditions unable to line up to the Mantle, he recognized majority of the Pantheon to be unworthy of it, hence his renewed hate to majority of humanity present. This also increased his assaults against most military forces to showcase his philosophy.
    • Digging deeper however, it should be noted that while that description of the Mantle was its original intention as keepers of life across the galaxy, such would not remain the same the moment the Flood manipulated him into insanity and decided that the noble should not be responsible for the Mantle, but rather, the strong should be the keepers of it. Much information digging and more truths were revealed about the Mantle of Responsibility, being that the Mantle was never meant to be given to the Forerunners, but instead to humanity as decided by the Precursors. This did not take it kindly among the Forerunners and responded to total extermination of the entire Precursors, which would later form into the parasitic abomination, known as the Flood. Ultimately, the idea of the Mantle is something many would describe to be horrible in practice, and the Didact's overzealous protectiveness of the Mantle showcases this.
    • The Mantle's description may line up with the idea that the strong should live and you may be right but another aspect to consider is the technological level you are in. This is what differentiates between a person who benefits from survival-of-the-fittest mindset to a person who values strength and technology as a whole. Esdeath took interest with him following her reading the description of the Mantle of Responsibility and she was proud to hear that another alien species was right up in her alley. Although he was not impressed with her just being there for strength alone, doesn't help she is a human and a powerful one at that, he decided to test her strength to see what she was capable of. As she sent her ice armies to battle with his Promethean Warriors, the two duked out on power alone and while the two had impressive abilities, she decided not to waste time and use Mahapadma on him, to which the Didact responded by unleashing the Composer, turning her into virtual data. The Pantheon took weeks trying to restore her to normal conditions, of which after being restored back, did she somehow enjoy it. He was not impressed hearing such.
    The Didact: If you haven't even mastered even these primitives, then man has not attained the Mantle. Their ascendance, may yet be prevented.
  • While he may be past his prime after the fall of the Ecumene, the Didact's strengths have not left him, neither has his technopathic abilities. For one, his revival still allowed him command of the Shield-World he was imprisoned in, as well as repossession of the Promethean Warriors under his rule. His ship, the Mantle's Approach remains a threat even with highly advanced UNSC weaponry, and still could fly and perform telekinesis. Seeing that this did not transfer to the rest of humanity, he has been criticizing the rest of humanity for their supposed bearing of the Mantle, which he has no plans whatsoever to give away, which culminated in him deciding to use the Composer to harvest the rest of humanity for his Promethean Guards. Does not help that his hatred against humanity increased ten-fold the moment the Flood's control over him worsened following his imprisonment in Reqiuem.
    • It is this very increased hate with humanity that any possible peace talks between him and the many human-based deities all lead to anger on his part, attempting to kill the second speaker before saying another word or attempting to convert anyone into digital data for his Promethean Warriors. It has gotten to the point where other deities have given up trying to talk to him. Then there was his contentious protection of the Mantle of Responsibility, something that he says, he would never give humanity a chance to wield the Mantle on their rule, especially if, according to him, they have not learned from the errors of their ways. To him, they are still bigoted and undeserving of such position. And if you are thinking other species would be given the chance, you would be very mistaken.
    The Didact: The Mantle of Responsibility for all things belongs to Forerunners alone.
    • His opinions on other species outside of humanity has left him with the same bitterness he has with most humans. Most other species are unworthy to fit due to lack of strength or capacity, or just unable to maintain such a strict code under their cultures such as the Eldar and Protoss. It does not help that the Pantheon holds a massive amount of differing alien species, some that are extremely harmful and directly violate the Mantle like the Tyranids and the Zerg or those who are too weak to even maintain it. This hatred has only worsened with the amount of species that are directly allied to humanity and even supportive of them. To see this only puts more emphasis on his hatred towards other species, although the Forerunners in general were not the nicest of the entire bunch when it comes to being the actual owner of the Mantle.
      • While about other species, he was suddenly given a request of meeting by an angel, one who would promise solace and redemption for his kind. Such requests would seem too good to be true and the Didact resorted to violence against the angel, believing it to be another alien species, and he was right. The angel was the Khan Maykr, as she has done the same towards other species to sacrifice them to hell. While she was unable to convince the Didact to join the Maykrs, her hatred for humanity is something the two could possibly work out, though her dealings with Hell is the one thing that is stopping that from happening.
  • Human genocide is something many would consider to be a crossed line for peace between both parties, and so was the response of many human based forces. With the Didact now part of the Pantheon, some of them have started arming themselves whilst others have started retreating away from possible battle areas. The first to engage was the Imperium of Man, believing the Didact to be some unholy contortion between Eldar and possibly Tau or worse. To see this has brought him great rage as an entire faction responded to him first. At one point, the Emperor, decided to face him in an attempt to talk him out for his rage against humanity, which Emps described it to be all too similar with his Primarch Ferrus Manus, who according to him, fit his personality with the Didact: a brutish asscrack with a survival-of-the-fittest mindset that despised all the weaknesses humanity had, something to do with that Mantle of Responsibility he had been following all his life. Then came XCOM and the Terrans, which he was able to easily dispatch, as they lack the decent weaponry to outmatch his Forerunner technology and had issues attempting to penetrate his armor with just bullets. While local human resistance was no match for him, other larger forces a prove to be a bigger problem that what he anticipated.
    • This first happened when he was assaulted by the Tenno, when several Archwings intercepted the Didact's ship. After initial scouting, he found himself soon under constant fire from several sides by the Tenno, to the point of releasing his Promethean Knights against them to halt their advances, which did not work effectively. Then came the Guardians who proved to be more than a simple nuisance and into an actual threat upon initial engagements. Wanting to rid the presence of both parties, he would later set his eyes on the Last City and several of the Tenno's safe spots such as the Plains of Eidolon with the Composer, of which the two parties worked together to halt his advance. It worked and has cemented their place among one of the very few forces he will need to catch on if he wants to gain an advantage over them.
    • Their respective forces however were not all harder than them. The Grineer's military might, while numerous, had rather failed in their attempts to capture the last Forerunner into their ranks. As their technology was very inferior to his own brand of weapons, thus making most skirmishes into bloodbaths. The Infested on the other hand, while not as dangerous as the Flood, has placed him on caution as such infection may seem problematic and will not follow the same mistakes the Flood did against him. Then Oryx came in and before the Didact to engage him further, the Taken King have commented that his Forerunner Ecumene reminded him of the Amiable Ecumene, a long kingdom that he once overran and destroyed, a similar fate that the Forerunners did during the Forerunner-Flood War. Seeing that this king was the master of the Taken, this had led to the two clashing with some upper hand on Oryx thanks to being a lich. All these numerous threats aside, he will need more firepower than he can imagine standing up to all threats, which can be achieved by time.
    • Groups are not the only ones who are actively engaging him as many heroes from Earth have attempted to halt his progress. With the Master Chief and his rallying presence, several other deities have joined to defend their lives from the genocidal Forerunner. Samus Aran was among those who actively participated, alongside the Guardians and Tenno who volunteered after their skirmishes and while the Imperium of Man may have conflicting ideologies towards others, they are willing to join in in the hopes of taking him down should it be necessary.
  • Outside of his hatred on other species and on humanity, other aliens have started to pick up on his Forerunner technology, believing it to be a rare sight and one with limitless possibilities. In fact, the Forerunners are responsible for the Halo Rings, the same rings that nearly placed the Milky Way galaxy into pure extinction from the Flood, though the Didact's opinions on the rings are on the sour type as he has vehemently stated how the rings violate the Mantle as a whole. This coupled with the magnificent flagship he rides on has caught the eyes of numerous other deities. The first of which was the Corpus who gave the deal on the Gravity Armor he possessed alongside the ship and coordinates of the Halo Arrays, to which he replied by basically destroying the Corpus fireteam sent to make deals with him. Another species that took interest with Forerunner technology were the Combine, as the entire conglomerate alien army has assimilated almost all technologies it has come across and saw how powerful the Composer is. However, he is not taking chances whatsoever to give his technology to an inferior species, or at least that is what he thinks until the full might of the Combine is revealed.
    • Following the meeting with the Khan Maykr and the revelation that several species also have a hate for humanity, did he start planning to gain allies for the same genocidal cause. While it may be tempting for some, others remark that should humanity be extinct, he would subjugate them like how the rest of the Forerunners did in the past. Of which he first took interest was the dreaded Sinistar, though considering he lives for harassing most who enter his way, it would be natural for him to only take him into account should he require a more, rabid approach.
  • With the untimely assault of the Didact, massive battleships have started targeting certain places of interest where the Didact may be, to avoid another sudden arrival of his attack. With multiple battlefleets ready, most have attempted to hunt down the Mantle's Approach, with futility. Lead by Lady Honor Harrington, she collaborated with Captain Juzo Okita of the Space Battleship Yamato and Commander Shepard of the N7 Crew to hunt down the Forerunner and secure the outer reaches of space. It was not until Shepard, Harrington and Juzo received transmissions of a challenge from an unsuspecting force. Sensing it was a trap, Harrington ordered her fleet to flank on the left while Shepard handled the right and the Battleship Yamato was to fire on the front. What they saw was a badly damaged Mantle's Approach, in near completion of repairs. With all orders to fire at will, all three fired their salvos on the ship, with none penetrating its defenses. It then released a bunch of escort craft that assaulted both its flanks as Juzo's weaponry barely scratched the shields of the ship. As it was slowly winning from the newfound tactics Harrington planned, she ordered one of her ships to act as a distraction as she called reinforcements. Moments later, the Mantle's Approach was once found heavily penetrated by a new arriving fleet, Battlefleet Gothic, as a response from the Imperium against him. Desperate, the Didact retreated once more into the blackest corners of space, hiding as he repairs the rest of his ship. But before he would retreat, he would give all three commanders a last transmission, stating how their skills have surprised him and sees them as worthy foes in ship-to-ship combat.
    • It was not until his ship met another fleet, this time, commanded by the masterful Grand Admiral Thrawn, who has massive records of his successful strategies. While Thrawn's ships outnumber the Didact's only flagship, it was not enough to put a dent in the ship, and he was able to retaliate against a few Dreadnoughts. However, he noticed that the ship's shields were slowly wearing off but with majority of Thrawn's fleets destroyed, and the Didact's ship exposed, the two commanders took the opportunities to strike at each other, culminating in a Pyrrhic Victory for Thrawn, as while he severely damaged the Mantle's Approach, it costed him nearly the entire fleet. Before the general returned back to his headquarters, the Forerunner sent him a transmission, welcoming his strategic skills, even reminding him of the Lord of Admirals he once faced, and perhaps one of the more skillful strategists he has come across.
  • Cosmos tried to talk to the Didact in a calm session where she tried to explain the importance of humanity. Hearing how she was defensive of them almost reminded him of his wife, who was dedicated to protecting humanity and also wanted them to inherit the technologies of the Forerunners. Such reminder lead him to anger and nearly had the GUAG at his throats, had he not retreated back to space. While she was saddened to hear that he was unable to be convinced to change his ways, there were records from the House of Knowledge stating that the Didact's days of possible change was gone the moment the Flood manipulated him into their thought of killing anyone who would be a threat against them.
    The Didact: But what hubris to believe you could protect your pets from me forever.
  • Because of their similar names, deities would conspire to hold a meeting between the Didact and Shadow the Hedgehog. Impressed by the hedgehog's power and initial resentment towards humanity, the Didact attempt to have Shadow join him. Shadow rejected that proposal because, yes, some humans are bad as he says they are and some of them are irredeembable, that's not a good reason to condemn the entire race as a whole. In fact, Shadow is always one of the first to point out the Didact's hypocrisy of condemning an entire race to genocide while never questioning the morality of his own actions. Bitter, the Didact kidnapped Maria Robotnik, in an attempt to force Shadow's cooperation, an action that, unsurprisingly, backfired on the Forerunner general. Shadow entered his super form, caused massive destruction across the Didact's flagship and inflicted life-threatening injuries on the Didact. It was only through the direct intervention of Sonic and Silver that Shadow ultimately spared the Didact, but not before telling the Didact that he was worse than Black Doom. "At least he has ambition. You're just a scared old man protecting his rut." Shadow said.
    • Humilliated by his loss, the Didact was forced to withdraw, but still, he felt curiosity about this Black Doom that Shadow had mentioned, so he went to search for him. Unsurprisingly, an alliance was formed between the two alien conquerors, but not before Black Doom mocked the Didact for his previous plan. While the Didact is unnerved by the leader of the Black Arms because he reminds him of the Flood, he does admit his assistance has proven useful in his continous war against humanity. That said, it is only a matter of time before the two alien conquerors ultimately betray each other, as the Didact wants to utterly destroy humanity, while Black Doom wants to harvest them as a food source.
  • There has been a contentious debate as the the fate of the Didact following his "demise" at the hands of the Master Chief when Cortana held him down. As it turns out, he was alive, and remained more powerful after defeat, even against a group of SPARTANs which he nearly overpowered with. Such feats included being stabbed in the eye only to have little effect and crushing said person's skull, being shot numerous times with numerous rifles only to commence a Shockwave Stomp and even kill those who discovered his body after falling through a slipspace portal. Had it not been for the Chief's arrival, he would have continued his genocidal attempts, and even then, the Didact's second death is all but uncertain.
    • Even with his time, the Master Chief can't help but think that had Cortana entered the Didact's mind, did her rampancy increase even further, so much that it ended up letting her acquire the Mantle of Responsibility for her own purposes. While such implications are reserved for theories, there may be hints that an idea like that may be not far fetched, if you consider her sudden change of personality.
  • "Time was your ally, human. But now it has abandoned you. The Forerunners have returned."

This tomb is now yours.

Intermediate Gods

    Fionn mac Cumhaill 
Fionn mac Cumhaill, God of Super Cool Names (Fionn, Finn McCool, Lancer, Lord of the Knights of Fianna, Rare Prism, Goddamn Spook, SCP-4918-2)
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As A Servant 

    "Speed-O'-Sound" Sonic 
"Speed-O'-Sound" Sonic, God of Redundant Names (Jack o' Lantern Panic, Joint of Bones Panic, _____ of _____ Sonic)
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  • Intermediate God, but he can reach Greater God if he is motivated enough
  • Symbol: His Sword
  • Theme Song: Sonic
  • Alignment: True Neutral (Can dip into Chaotic Neutral if Saitama is involved)
  • Portfolio: Ninja, Pretty boy who also gets confused for a woman at times, Often injured in hilarious ways, Determined to defeat Saitama but the latter doesn't notice him, Lightning Bruiser, Being super fast, Stalking Saitama in hopes of defeating him
  • Domains: Ninjas, Speed, Assassins, Rivalry, Redundancy
  • Allies: Ryu Hayabusa, Naruto Uzumaki, Homura, Greninja
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Boros, Shay Patrick Cormac, Agent 47
  • Opposes: Johnny and Cassie Cage
  • "Speed-O'-Sound" Sonic is a Ninja who often works as a Professional Killer or a Bodyguard, until one fateful day during his job he met Saitama. After being defeated by him in a very particular way, he swore that he would defeat Saitama one day and declared him his rival. When he heard that Saitama ascended as a God, Sonic immediately found his way, looking for a rematch with the Hero. (While having a childish smile through all the way.) It ended as you might expected, but the sheer determination of the Ninja earned him a spot, as the god of Redundant Names.
  • People tend to mix up his name for how incredibly silly it sounds. Saitama has once called him "Joint of Bones Panic" and other gods quickly started to make fun of it, much to his dismay.
  • Sonic caught the attention of the other Sonic when the latter heard that he was incredible fast and because they both have the same name. Both the Ninja and the Hedgehog agreed to participate in a competition to see who is faster.
  • He was surprised that there were people around here who sound suspiciously like him, such as Issei Hyodo, Shu Ouma or Eren Jaeger. For the moment, he has been interested in challenging these fellows, only after dealing with Saitama first.
  • As his name implies, he is incredibly fast, which caught the attention of various Speedsters like him. He really doesn't care about them, except for maybe The Flash, who is claimed to be the fastest in the Pantheon.
  • Has been the unfortunate victim of a Groin Attack in his first encounter with Saitama, and has since developed a distaste for those who go for below-the-belt attacks. This particularly goes for both Johnny Cage and his Daughter.
    • This incident is labeled by some of his followers as "Sonic and Knuckles", much to his annoyance.
  • Frequently confused for a woman, given his feminine looks. He really doesn't care about these comments.
    • Although many rumor that the he was punched so hard by Saitama that he turned into a woman. He doesn't find this funny at all.
  • Has surprisingly made friends with various Ninjas in the pantheon, like Ruy Hayabusa or Naruto Uzumaki. It's a nice change of pace for him, as he does want to relax before getting ready to confront Saitama.
    • However, a particular Shinobi that caught his attention was Homura of the Crimsom Squad, who is also obsessed with defeating her Rival, Asuka. He thinks she is a wonderful sparing partner and encourages her to defeat Asuka with all of she has. Homura on the other hand, doesn't think the same about Sonic's situation, as even she would think twice in confronting Saitama.
  • He works as a professional assassin whenever the price is right, earning him a lot of rivals in the bussiness (That he doesn't care of). However, one that caught his attention was Agent 47, who he thought he was one member of the Paradise Group that got away. He plans to finish the job but 47 already told him that he won't play nice.
  • Has butted heads with Genos numerous times, given that the cyborg is under the training of his rival. However, many think that they look like two angry girls fighting for a man, even to the point that Sonic actually is fighting for the love of Saitama. None of the parties find this funny at all.

    Voldemort 
Tom Marvolo Riddle, God of Great Villains With Mundane Names and Phylacteries (Lord Voldemort, I Am Lord Voldemort, The Dark Lord, He Who Must Not Be Named, You-Know-Who, Voldy, No Nose)
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Lesser Gods

    Daemon Blackfyre 
Daemon I Blackfyre, God of Edgy-Sounding Names (Daemon Waters(birth name), The Black Dragon, The King Who Bore the Sword, The Pretender)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Blackyfre sigil-a black three-headed dragon on a red background. Alternatively, the sword Blackfyre
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil, though he tries to play it off as Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Posthumous Character, Treacherous Bastards Living Up To The Stereotype, Fantasy Conflict Counterpart, Won't Leave A Man Behind, Love Ruins the Realm, The Resenter, The Rashomon, Using Bastardry Against Daeron Despite Being One Himself, "Darkness von Gothick" Name, Warrior Prince, Bling of War, Gothic And "Awesome McCool" Name
  • Domains: Bastardry, Rebellion, Royalty, Strength, Claims
  • Herald: His half-brother Aegor Rivers, aka Bittersteel
  • Followers: Grimsley
  • Spiritual Successor: Renly Baratheon (distant great-nephew)
  • Allies: Robert and Renly Baratheon (distant great-nephews), Scar, Vergil, Azula, Bowser, Ramses II, Doctor Doom
  • Special relationship with: Aegon the Unworthy (his father)
  • Additional relationship with: Aegon and Rhaenys Targaryen (ancestors), Jon Snow (distant great-nephew)
  • Enemies: Aemon, Rhaegar, Aerys and Daenerys Targaryen, Stannis Baratheon, (half-brother's descendants), Catelyn Stark, Nohr Royal Siblings, Maleficent, Murkrow, Clint Barron and Oliver Queen, Artemis, Hanzo Shimada
  • Not So Different from: Daenerys Targaryen
  • Envies: Alistair Theirin
  • Opposed by: Josuke Higashikata, Prince Eric
  • Unclear relationship with: Varys (possible descendant)
  • Daemon Blackfyre, born Daemon Waters is the illegitimate son of Aegon "The Unworthy" Targaryen and his cousin Daena "The Defiant" Targaryen, sister-wife to Baelor "The Blessed" Targaryen. Though initially not knowing who his father was, he was later revealed and favored by his father, and granted the ancestral sword Blackfyre. When Aegon the Unworthy died he legitimized all his bastards, giving the impetus for Daemon to be seen as the true successor over Daeron, who he and his supporters would insist the lawful king not be the king's son. Thus started the Blackfyre Rebellions, a series of conflicts for the throne that'd go on for over sixty years.
  • Prior to Robert Baratheon, he was the greatest threat to the supremacy of House Targaryen. He met up with the ascended Baratheons, and hoped to form an alliance to tackle the ascended Targaryens. In particular he's fond of Robert not just because he succeeded where the Blackfyre line failed, but his fat, whoring ways reminds him of his father. That being said, Robert has warned Daemon that they're Not So Similar as their rebellion was for different reasons and Daeron was no Aerys.
    • Catelyn was really upset to learn that Daemon Blackfyre had ascended, as her family had been involved in the Blackfyre Rebellions. It's one of the reasons she distrusts bastards in the first place.
  • Like all gods with the blood of the dragon, he was really happy to learn that the Trope Pantheon had a House of Dragons and wanted to see if he could ally with one. His natural choice was Zekrom due to being a black dragon, however the Deep Black Pokemon found nothing in common and ignored him. Instead, he turned to Bowser. The Koopa King admired his ambition and desire for power, and is currently fine allying with him.
    • Has heard of Hydreigon, and hopes the Pokemon ascends later on. Probably because it's a black, three-headed dragon and would be a fitting partner.
  • Being a royal usurper, he has a spotty relationship with the House of Royalty. Most (understandably) consider him treacherous, though would also like to remind him that it's not because he's illegitimate; he brought the stereotype upon himself. In particular he's extremely jealous towards Alistair Theirin due to being a royal bastard who succeeded at becoming the king. Of course, Alistair was quick to point out it had nothing to do with usurpation like him.
  • As he was killed by arrows, he has a heavy dislike to all arrow wielders in the pantheon. He also doesn't like anyone associated with crows and ravens, as they were spies for his half-brother Brynden Rivers, whom sided with Daeron.
  • Asides from the claim that Daeron was actually the son of Aemon the Dragonknight, Daemon and his followers believed he had the right to the throne due to his charisma, great strength and in general being a potential new Aegon the Conqueror. There's also the belief that he and his legitimate half-sister Daenerysnote  were in love, motivating him. He certainly thinks he'd do a better job as the king, which is why he supports fellow usurper Doctor Doom(though Doom would point out that he usurped an asshole).
  • Renly agreed with this though claimed he would of course make a better King, overlooking the fact he was a poor warrior and commander.
  • Stannis hated any association with Daemon, stating they were a usurper like Renly and at least he remained loyal to his brother.
    • The actual Aegon the Conqueror is mixed on Daemon; though a usurper and bastard, he can't exactly talk since he became king through force. He's more annoyed at his father than anything.
  • Given his conflict against his siblings, he naturally sided towards Azula and Scar. Scar particularly as like him he's a brother out to usurp his brother for the throne. He also sided with Ramses II and Virgil, due to their sibling and pride issues, and believing in strength. On the flip side the Nohr Royal Siblings hate him for betraying the Targaryen side of his family despite Daeron's attempt to patch up the storm their father started.
  • While he and Daenerys Targaryen are naturally at odds, they're more alike than they think. After all, Daenerys is trying to obtain the throne by force and argument that she's the legitimate heir, though in her case she actually is. If anything, the comparison between the two grows their embitterment to one another.
  • Though the male Blackfyre line is extinct, the female line's fate is unknown and may still be around. It's common speculation that Varys is of Daemon's descent, as is "Aegon VI/Young Griff". Daemon would be honored to have Varys as a descendant, since he admires his excellent manipulation. In addition, he considers the current Succession Crisis of Westeros a sign of history repeating, as it's yet another civil war over the king's legitimacy.
  • Josuke Higashikata and Jon Snow look down at Daemon, since he gives bastards a bad name. Prince Eric dislikes Daemon due to wanting the position of Prince Charming and his treasonous nature.
  • Has mixed thoughts on a play about him, agreeing with the assessment of Brynden Rivers and sympathetic portrayal of him... but not liking the way his rebellion is portrayed as the acts of resentful advisers.

    Hyde Kido 
Hyde Kido, God of Real Name Aliases (Unknown Actor, Unknowing Costar, Kido Haido, The Insulator, Boy Who Happened to be Messed With)
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  • Lesser God with potential of Intermediate
  • Symbol: His kanji name 城戸 灰都 (Kido Haido)
  • Theme Song: Scraper Sky High
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Casting a Shadow, Cool Sword, Hair Antennae, Hellish Pupils, Hot-Blooded, Jack-of-All-Stats, Multicolored Hair, Scratch Damage, Storybreaker Power
  • Domains: Darkness, Good, Destruction, Protection, Strength
  • Allies: Orie Paladia, Waldstein, Vatista, Claire Bennet, Genos, Terry Bogard, Samurai Jack, Aigis, Blake Belladonna, Noel Vermillion, Ragna the Bloodedge, Yu Narukami, Yukiko Amagi, Naoto Shirogane, Ruby Rose, Ren Fujii, the House of Friendship
  • Rivals: Samuel Rodrigues, Heishiro Mitsurugi
  • Enemies: Merkava, Chernabog
  • Opposes: Carmine Prime, Tohru Adachi, Felix
  • Opposed by: Light Yagami, Phonon
  • Fears: Amane Nishiki
  • Special Relationship: Jackie Estacado
  • Not To Be Confused With: Mr. Hyde
  • One of the most powerful In-Births in his world, Hyde patiently bid his time to get a spot in the Pantheon. An opportunity finally occurred when Orie noted his last name as his alias (albeit in kanji form). Thus, the student seeks out help to stop the next Hollow Night event.
    • Immediately teamed up with Orie and Vatista to take care of the more malevolent Merkava and Carmine. Hyde also hopes to bring Linne over with him, but such efforts have been difficult. Vatista now spends much of her time in his temple, allowing rumors of a romance to run wild in the House of Love. Hyde has denied this and has specifically told Vatista not to talk about it to anyone. The revelation that he's seen her naked and now live together has only added fuel to the fire.
  • Ever since she saved his life, Hyde has dedicated his life to helping Linne. This bond has touch Genos, who has a similar Life Debt with Saitama. While Hyde isn't quite as powerful yet, Genos has been willing to train with him to get used to his powers.
  • Despite his outgoing attitude, he sometimes wishes he doesn't have to deal with his powers and live his life as a normal boy, a sentiment shared by Claire Bennet. With that said, he doesn't linger around her for long.
  • It's hard to believe, but most of Hyde's training is self-taught. Terry was interested in meeting the boy once he found out. He managed to convince Hyde to spar with him. Afterwards, the Southtown handed him one of his hats to wear.
  • Only pays lip service to Jackie Estacado. He may have similar powers, but has no interest in aiding him in battles against the light. Still, Hyde isn't antagonistic towards him, recognizing the being is not inherently evil.
    • Chernabog on the other hand is a different story. Hyde sides with Sora, hoping to aid the God of Light in containing the being. Luckily, Chernabog isn't actively attacking the innocent.
  • Samuel Rodrigues took an interest in the boy, especially in his self-taught katana skills. Fighting Hilde all buy confirmed his suspicions. He could be a potent fighter with enough experience. Hilde is fine with the company, even if he is wary of some of the company the samurai hangs out with,
  • Mitsurugi on the other hand is a man he would never want to fight against. That's because he knows that the Ronin would want to make it a fight to the death. Some claim it's for Mitsurugi's own safety; Hilde's shadow powers has the potential to erase any god out of existence, including those in the Pantheon.
  • Was interested to hear the adventures of Samurai Jack, the wandering swordsman. He also offered to help him return to the past to defeat Aku. The Indulgence of Sever-Rending may well be one of the few weapons that can harm the God Made of Evil.
  • Stays clear of Amane's path whenever he gets the chance. Amane has taken a special interest in the boy. Usually Hyde fits the bill for boys he's attracted to, but one that can also inflict chip damage to his opponents was to enticing to ignore. Hyde adamantly pointed out that he never paid tribute to Amane nor does he ever plan to.
  • Once asked the Investigation team about a string of cold case disappearances in his high school. He was certain that it wasn't Hilda or her organization that was responsible, so someone else must have done it. A slew of evidence revealed the perpetrator to be Adachi. This happened to be well before his Heel–Face Turn. Despite this, Hyde hasn't forgiven the former detective for what he did.
  • The House of Friendship in general has been impressed with his commitment towards his friends. Hyde doesn't even spar with his allies for fear of harming them. With that said, he is more than willing to do whatever it takes to protect them.
    • There is one member that he outright hates. Hyde was appalled when he found out what Felix did to his potential friends (or even his allies at the time). It took a long hard conversation from Orie to convince him the marine wasn't worth the effort. To her, sitting with no allies in the House of Friendship is the best punishment for him.
  • Another reason he uses the codename Kido is because his first name enacts fear from those who hear it. Confused, he found out that the other Hyde in the Pantheon is a darker and edgier version of a respected scientist.
  • Many depend on Hyde's trickery of alias to keep their real identities a secret. Those who want to find one's true names have deem him an enemy. Special mention goes to Light, who found out that L used a similar trick against him, making it difficult for him to distinguish fake aliases with real ones.
  • He went on to participate in a battle with Ragna the Bloodedge, Yu Narukami and Ruby Rose. There, he became allies with those three as well as Aigis, Naoto Shirogane, Blake Belladonna, and Noel Vermillion. In addition, Yukiko Amagi was very grateful of him when he saves her from eating a meal she and Noel cooked.

    James Bond 
James Bond, God of Secret Agents and Surname-Full Name Introductions (Mr. Bond, 007, Agent 007, 7777, Royal Navy Commander James Bond, CMG, RNVR, Peter Franks, David Somerset, Sir Hilary Bray, David Barlow, Frank Westmacott, Mark Hazard, Mr. Jones, Francisco Scaramanga, Robert Sterling, Charles Moreton, James St. John Smythe, James Stock, Jerzy Bondov, James Boldman, Arlington Beech, "Mickey Mouse", Problem Eliminator, Sexist Misogynist Dinosaur, Jimbo)
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All his (main) on-screen avatars so far. Clockwise from top left: Roger Moore, Timothy Dalton, Pierce Brosnan, Sean Connery, George Lazenby and Daniel Craig.

    Josie Rizal 
Josie Rizal, Godess of Characters Named After Famous People (MUT)
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  • Rank: Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her red headband
  • Theme Song: Ruin 65 1st, Equator Line 1st
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Named After Jose Rizal, Is Afraid Of Bears, Cry Cute, Genki Girl, Kick Chick, Neck Snap, Doesn't Have A Filipino Accent, Dangerously Short Skirt, Some Of Her Moves Are Named After The Cities Of The Philippines, Colors Of The Outift Is Based On The Philippine Flag
  • Domains: Kickboxing, Eskrima, Victims
  • Allies: Talim, Rise Kujikawa, Sonya Blade, King, Chun-Li
  • Enemies: Quan Chi, Negan
  • Avoids: Subhouse of Weather, bear deities
  • Respects: Heihachi Mishima
  • Ascended because the Court of Gods realized that her name is based on Jose Rizal, one of the two national heroes of the Philippines
  • A lot of deities try to tell her to back off from joining the Tekken Force, knowing how the dangers of joining a military organization that is owned by Heihachi. Josie doesn't listen to them as she believes that they are saviors thanks to the fact that they give relief aid to her country.
  • She tries to stay away from the bear deities as much as possible, as she is very afraid of them, which is completely laughable because the mascot of the Tekken Force is Kuma.
  • She avoids the Subhouse of Weather because they remind her of how typhoon-proof her country is and how traumatizing it is considering she is a victim of one.
  • When Talim heard that there is another Filipina in the Pantheon, she rushed over to meet her and she finally did! Although she thinks she needs to toughen up considering Josie's crybaby attitude, she nonetheless was happy to see someone that shares her nationality and hangs out with her since then.
  • Some deities are impressed that she was able to combine kickboxing and eskrima together into a single fighting style.
    • She's happy to meetKing, an another kickboxer. King is impressed at how she was able to combiend two distinct styles of martial arts into a single fighting style and wants to know how she was able to do that.
  • Josie became friends with Rise because she understands what does it feel like to become a model for personal reasons.
  • When she heard that someone uses Eskrima like her, she want to meet the person. However, she ended up being on bad terms with Quan Chi when she found out that he is a villain.
    • She also met someone who used some kind of weapons called the Kali Sticks in Eskrima and met Sonya Blade. While she was afraid of her because of the abilities she heard around the Pantheon, she became friends with her after knowing that she is a good person.
  • Was approached by Chun-Li because she heard she was another kicking girl. Although the latter thinks that she needs some improvements in terms of her skills and personality, she is nontheless impressed with her and wished that she could improved throughly.
  • Hates Negan because of how terrifyingly violent he is in her opinion. It doesn't help that he may be entering her home universe anytime soon.
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    The Princesses of the Glade of Dreams 
The Princesses of the Glade of Dreamsmembers , Goddesses of Both Mundane and Fantastical Names in the Same Setting
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(in the foreground, from left to right) Elysia, Barbara, Avelina; (in the background, from left to right) Twila, Aurora, Ursula, Emma, Estelia, Selena, Olympia, Sibylla
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Barbara in her Adventures outfit
  • Lesser Goddesses
  • Symbol: Barbara's axe and helmet
  • Theme Songs:
  • Alignment: varying degrees of Neutral Good and Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Royalty, Protection, Unity, War, Strength, Bladed Weapons (most of them), Spiked Weapons (Estelia, Selena), Nature (Aurora, Twila), Barbarism (Barbara and Elysia), Death (Estelia and Selena), Stealth (Ursula and Emma), Assassination (Avelina), Tempest (Aurora, Twila (sky); Ursula, Emma (sea)), Twilight (Twila)
  • Heralds: the princesses from Rayman Adventures (Holly, Amazonia, Snowbrina, Swifterella, Hellen, Sakura, Candice, Barr-Barr)
  • Allies: Rayman, Globox, most of the Teensies Betilla, Xena, Gabrielle, Hercules, good-aligned wrestlers such as Rey Mysterio
  • Rival: Evan "Vanoss" Fong
  • Enemies: Ales Mansay of the Teensies, Razorbeard, other evil pirates such as Captain Hook, Doflamingo, and Sir Crocodile, Galeem and Dharkon, Crow
  • Wary of:
  • Complicated Relationships:
  • After Rayman and his friends fell into a century-long slumber, they were awoken by Murfy to find that their world — the Glade of Dreams — had once again been overrun by nightmares. Time to save the world again; more specifically, they had to rescue the Teensies and Lums from the clutches of Ales Mansay, his clones, and his other nightmare cronies. Most prominent among the rescue-ees were the barbarian princess Barbara, her twin sister Elysia, and their cousins, also princesses of different lands. All were rescued, all joined Rayman and friends in rescuing the rest of the Glade of Dreams from Ales Mansay and his forces, sending the five Dark Teensies to a small planetoid populated by what looked like little, red, pitch-fork-wielding, horned demons. Rayman and friends then presumably partied with the Livid Dead.
    • Rayman, Globox, and their Teensy friends had told people about their adventures with Barbara and the other princesses, not only the previously-mentioned dealings with the Dark Teensies, but also their ongoing fight against a group of Lividstone pirates to rescue a group of musical creatures called the Incrediballs (as well as dealing with some size-changing mischief committed by a Flaming Teensy). Some of the deities noted the names of these princesses; some of them had rather mundane names like Barbara and Emma, but others had more "out-there" names like Olympia, Twila, and Estelia. As there was no-one to represent the trope Aerith and Bob, they decided that these princesses would be suitable candidates. Barbara was the first to be invited, followed by Elysia, then the rest of their cousins that had joined them against Ales and his forces.
    • They learned about someone who had vaporized Rayman, stole his spirit to control a puppet, and forced him into servitude. This being was Galeem, and the princesses were quick to oppose him. They also quickly saw that Dharkon, despite being Galeem's enemy, wasn't much better, partly because it was plain to see that if given the chance, he would've taken Rayman's spirit from Galeem and used it for himself. None of the princesses are afraid of these two; they're all ready to throw down with these beings wherever, whenever.
  • For their part, the princesses were happy to see Rayman, Globox, and most of the Teensies again — especially Barbara, who was closest to the Hero of the Glade (and to a lesser extent, Globox and the Grand Minimus). They were less happy that Ales Mansay was in the Pantheon, and the feeling was mutual. In addition, they had heard good things from Ray, Glo, and the Teensies about Betilla, and were pleased to meet her. They had also been warned by the heroic trio about Razorbeard, who had enslaved the entirety of the Glade, and are always ready to kick his metal chassis back to whatever planet he and his crew came from.
  • The princesses are always ready for a good scrap, and thus are seen frequenting the House of Combat, sparring with any willing deity. At first, they — especially Estelia and Selena — were wary around the wrestlers of the Pantheon, especially the luchadores, all due to their experience with nightmare luchadores in the land of La Fiesta de los Muertos. However, they warmed up to the more good-aligned wrestling deities fairly quickly, including Rey Mysterio.
  • Each pair of princess sisters has an established set of ally and enemy groups.
    • While all the princesses are opposed to evil pirates, it especially applies to Barbara, who has recently taken to sailing the skies with a red-headed captain, along with Rayman, and later, Globox and a new Teensy named Teen Punk. On the flipside, she gets along well with non-evil pirates; she's gotten especially chummy with the friendly Straw Hat Pirates. Similarly, Barbara was star-struck to know there were other heroic barbarians in the Pantheon, including one Conan. (There are rumors that she has a crush on him, but these rumors have yet to be confirmed.)
      • Getting back to enemies that all the princesses are opposed to, Crow is a villain who not only kidnaps princesses frequently, but is also quite proud of it. Of course, when he kidnapped Barbara (mistaking her for another do-nothing Damsel in Distress), he quickly found himself smacked through a wall by her axe!
    • Aurora, Twila, Ursula, and Emma have dealt with nasty Toads before, so when they heard of a toad that could hypnotize people, they were immediately on alert. They are more calm around Mr. Toad; he may be eccentric and full of himself — and has a nasty habit of getting himself in trouble by following any fad that catches his eye — but as his friends can attest to, he does mean well.
    • Estelia and Selena have a...complicated relationship with skeletons, considering so many of them opposed the heroes, until they beat the Giant Wrestler, after which a good number of them cheered for Rayman and the rest. The sisters of La Fiesta de los Muertos were happy to know there were good-aligned skeletons in the Pantheon — such as Sans and Papyrus — and were especially happy to meet good-hearted (so to speak) skeletons from the Land of the Dead (which may or may not be where La Fiesta is set; no one is sure), not to mention other beings connected to it, such as Héctor and his familia. Inversely, they were strongly opposed to Ernesto de la Cruz and Chakal the moment they learned about what they were capable of and willing to do, and are wary of the one named Xibalba. They're happy that La Muerte is there to keep the latter in line; they believe the Land of the Dead is in good hands with her in charge.
    • Ursula and Emma, for their part, are very much fans of good-aligned spies. However, they're not sure what to make of Mann Co.'s Spy. On the one hand, he can be charming to females when he wants to be. On the other hand, he has a hidden sadistic side that comes out when he really gets into killing his enemies, and even for them, this side of him is a little much.
    • Olympia and Sibylla are most closely connected to those from the Greco-Roman Pantheon, such as Zeus, Hades, and Hercules. They are aware of the actions of each god and other figure — Zeus's perversity, Hades' strange change in character in this pantheon, etc. — and especially those of Kratos. On the one hand, he killed many of the gods and other figures in Greek and Roman mythology, as well as his own family. On the other, he seems to regret what he did back then, and has since calmed down, even having a son with someone in a new pantheon (the Norse Pantheon). They are amicable enough with the two, but they worry about Kratos regressing...
      • Being Olympians — of a sort — they are very much hated by Arachne as much as any god. She has sent spiders of varying size and nature, several times, and every time, the two have come out on top, to Arachne's further anger.
      • They are especially wary of minotaurs, who had invaded Olympus Maximus before; at first, they were on the defensive against Prince Asterion — the original Minotaur — but were surprised to see that he calmed down around Wonder Woman.
    • Avelina, for her part, is always ready to throw down with evil assassins — such as the Dark Brotherhood, which doubles as a cult to one Sithis — and finds kinship with good-aligned ones. She felt an especially close connection with Aveline de Grandpré, and the two became fast allies, always ready to take the fight to slavers, racists, and other bigots.
  • Barbara is an infamously competitive UNO player, as many YouTubers — such as Markiplier, Vanoss, and their friends — can attest to. She has made many a competitive UNO player froth at the mouth in frustration. She seems to get along with Terroriser just fine, though...

    Prinz Eugen 
Prinz Eugen, Goddess of Gender-Blender Names (Puriketsu-chan, Pringles, Pudding, USS Prinz Eugen, IX-300)
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Prinz Eugen Kai 

    Professor Poopypants 
Professor Poopypants, God of Unfortunate Names (Professor Pee Pee Diarrheastein Poopypants Esquire, Professor Pippy P. Poopypants, Tippy Tinkletrousers)
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    Rad Dudesman 
Rad Dudesman, God of Metaphorical Middle Names (Full Name: Captain Rad Profit Danger Trouble Dudesman)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Cool Ship, the Lovely Duck
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: An Anti-Hero who has an awesome, metaphorical name and is Only in It for the Money, duck person, notoriously ungrateful, token morally ambiguous teammate
  • Domains: Mercenaries, Smugglers, Names
  • Herald: His ship's AI, Pyxi
  • Allies: The Corpus
  • Odd Friendship: Blizz
  • Enemies: Zs'Skayr, Kuphulu
  • Rivals: Felix, Kano
  • Opposed By: Harry Potter, Spider-Man/Peter Parker
  • Conflicting Opinion: Ben Tennyson, Dr. Viktor
  • This mercenary and smuggler for hire is often known to imply that his middle name is either Trouble, Danger, or Profit. The thing is, he really isn't wrong in these claims, because they are ALL legitimately his middle names. Yes, really.
  • Rad is capable of working for just about anyone, provided that the money is good. Those looking to hire him, however, should be made aware of his notorious ungratefulness. Ben Tennyson is able to attest to this, having gotten the silent treatment from him, been thrown out of his ship's airlock, and been punched in the face all for accidentally breaking a ship part and later saving him after using his ship to break into Zs'Skayr's castle.
    • Long story short, Rad's ship means everything to him. Do NOT mess with his ship.
  • If Rad is willing to thank anyone, it would be his mother. If not for her having given him his name, he would not have been able to ascend in the first place.
  • When Rad was stranded on Anur Transyl along with Ben and Plumbers, Rook Blonko and Hobble, Zs'Skayr and Kuphulu caused a lot of trouble for him. Kuphulu kidnapped him and the Plumbers, ambushing Ben when he came to rescue them, and Zs'Skayr worked with Lord Transyl to take control over the populace. Rad ended up becoming a victim of this himself.
    • He isn't entirely sure how he feels about Dr. Viktor, though. While he was involved in Zs'Skayr's scheme, at least initially, he is also the one who ultimately thwarted his plans.
  • Oddly enough, Rad seems to get along fairly well with Blizz. One would think that a ship such as Rad's would set off the Jawa's curious nature like none other, but he still manages to keep his hands to himself, at least for the most part. The both of them are also aliens in small stature with a fondness for heavy weaponry.
  • Rad is not particularly well-liked by Harry Potter or Peter Parker due to his notoriously ungrateful attitude and only being in his business for the money.
  • Many deities of the Pantheon are perplexed by Rad's chosen herald. Appointed to the position is the AI of the Lovely Duck, Pyxi. It is unable to move beyond the ship and can only be understood by Rad, who will serve as a translator if necessary, and if he wants to.
  • Reportedly, Rad has done many jobs for the Corpus. These typically involve his usual deliveries and acquisitions. He's made a lot of money working for them.
  • Like Rad, Felix and Kano are known to do just about any job asked of them as long as it pays enough. As such, they're often competing for the best and most lucrative job deals. Perhaps the only thing keeping Rad from making more than them most of the time, however, is that fact that even someone just as in it for the money as them thinks that they can go too far.
  • Notable ducks of the Pantheon such as Donald and Daffy Duck have asked Rad if he really is a duck or not. Truthfully, he's more of a duck-like alien than anything.
  • Rad is commonly known to frequent the Mos Eisley Cantina on Tatooine. The denizens of the cantina learned the hard way very quickly never to underestimate him. He is FAR from "just a duck." Sometimes, due to Kuphulu also being a frequenter of the cantina, they cannot resist the urge to start a bar fight.

    Sarge 
Staff Sergeant Sarge, God of Monikers That Are Actually Real Names (S-Dog, [Super] Colonel Sarge)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Shotgun, damn it!
  • Theme Song: Sarge's Blues
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral at first, later Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: His Name Really Is Sarge, Southern-Sounding Staunch Anti-Blue Drill Sergeant Nasty With a Boner for Murder, Insane Troll Logic, Colonel Kilgore to Sergeant Rock, Heroic Comedic Sociopath, Former Orbital Drop Shock Trooper And Now Fears Heights Because Of It, Bunny-Ears Lawyer, Chronic Backstabbing Disorder Played for Laughs and Easily Forgiven, The Only One Allowed to Defeat the Blues, The Neidermeyer to Grif, Supporting Leader, Wouldn't Hit a Girl
  • Domains: Red, Shotguns, Mechanics, Cars
  • Superior: Monty Oum
  • Allies: Donut, Simmons, Grif, Church, Epsilon, Tucker, Lopez, Caboose, Tex, Sister, Washington, Carolina, Locus (it's really complicated, though, in regards to all the aforementioned except Donut and Caboose), Master Chief, Colonel Kilgore, Wiz, Ashley J. Williams
  • Enemies: The Meta, Felix, Roman Torchwick, Cinder Fall, Adam Taurus
  • Opposes: Mega Man, X, Sonic the Hedgehog, Yasha, Noel Vermilion, Arturia Pendragon, Jin Kisaragi, anyone wearing blue
  • Respects: George Washington, John Wayne, Alexander the Great, Commander Shepard, Pyrrha Nikos, Ruby Rose, Mario, Optimus Prime, Zero, Asura, Flandre Scarlet, Issei Hyodo, Rias Gremory, Spider-Man, Ragna the Bloodedge, anyone wearing red.
  • Friendly Rival: Gunnery Sgt. Hartman
  • Special Relationship: Boomstick (his son)
  • Complicated Relationship: Doc
  • Has a Crush on: Raven Branwen
  • Sarge was scheduled for ascension upon defeating the Meta at Sidewinder, though plenty of bureaucracy issues resulted in his registration getting lost. After enough time had passed that made Sarge angry, feeling there could be great wars to be fought as a god, Sarge strongarmed his way into the Pantheon riding a Warthog. The ensuing judgment by the Court of the Gods eventually found the original papers and Sarge being acquitted and ascended.
    • Despite his stupidity and questionable actions (most notably, becoming sargeant only because all the other candidates died, and betraying his comrades for Temple's team), Sarge was considered to be a great commander to his team on occasion, and having stood out for himself in battle against Wyoming copies, Washington during his villain streak, and the fight against the Tex-bots, not to mention what happened in Chorus.
  • While Sarge would've preferred a title more related to combat, the Pantheon just honored how even before being promoted to Sargeant he already got the name for it:
    Pappie always told me to dress for the job you want! Figured I'd just take it a little but further.
    • He also refuses at all costs to reveal his name before he legally changed it to "Sarge". As far as we know, it is 13 syllables long, requires a Mandarin keyboard to spell and the fifth letter is an emoji.
  • On the day of his ascension, Grif stood atop of a cliff while screaming out a Big "NO!", dismayed on the fact that he'll have to deal with Sarge again. Sarge then proceeded to shoot at Grif as he tried to avoid the hits by moving left and right, all the while complaining. Sarge claimed that it was the best game since Grifball.
  • Every now and then, Sarge wakes up in the House of Aquatic Life with weights around his feet, as Lopez decides to exact revenge on him with the help of his robot friends (and at times even Grif!). While the Pantheon has advised Lopez to stop, the robot thinks of how to get Sarge on Atlantica, Bikini Bottom or R'yleh.
  • Deeply likes Ruby Rose, given she's a great warrior with a shared background and she's a Red, goddamit! Sarge's second favorite RWBY character is Pyrrha, who resembles the female Commander Shepard ("She took down the media with three punches and a headbutt! An inspiration to all.") even if she also reminds him of "Miss Fussy-Britches", I mean, Carolina. Still, the deities from that series are a bit wary of him due to Sarge's extremism, insanity and Bad Boss tendencies.
  • No matter how long ago Blood Gulch was, Sarge still prefers red deities and is against primarily blue ones. After all, he can't function without a battle in his mind.
    • Deities that combine red and blue confuse him, and Sarge even said he'd like Superman more if he inverted his color scheme. Still, the fact Mario, Optimus Prime and Spider-Man are mostly crimson makes them fair game for him.
    • Sarge's kinda disappointed that the third RWBY goddess who wears red is a villain, specially as the fact he Wouldn't Hit a Girl means he can't reserve a shotgun shell to shoot Cinder in the face. The equally Red and Black and Evil All Over Adam Taurus, on the other hand, Sarge would shoot him if not for the fear he'd deflect the shot.
  • Once Raven Branwen threatened the Reds and Blues while they approached her shrine, Sarge reacted with "Lady, I feel I speak for everyone when I say... Marry me!" He's constantly sending bouquets of roses with shotgun shells to Raven shrine hoping she one day accepts to go out on a date.
  • Easily got along with Colonel Kilgore, as both get a kick out of war. While Kilgore dislikes how bad Sarge treats his men, he's always amused by his ridiculous leaps in logic.
  • Mocked in the House of Time and Space because he tried to make an enemy out of gravity, and didn't do very well when given a time machine.
  • Even if he likes battles a lot, Sarge has limits and will back out of things that make him think "this ain't my fight" (specially personal missions such as Carolina's "vendetta" against the Director).
  • Easily got along with the God of Boomsticks, even if Ash's chainsaw reminds Sarge of the Meta. Both frequently hold shooting competitions at the Pantheon's firing range.
  • Gunnery Sgt. Hartman wanted to see this new nasty sargeant that arrived, and he and Sarge started Volleying Insults in a manner that suddenly drew a crowd to watch. Needless to say, a begrudging friendship begun.
  • Has a great relationship with Wiz and Boomstick, feeling their Death Battles are some of the best fights he's ever seen. Sarge might even be Boomstick's father.
  • Happy that three of the greatest historical warriors ever whom he once drafted are ascended, Sarge is trying to convince the Pantheon to let him have another shot with Privates John, George and Alex under his command. They only accept his repeated suggestions to have some laughs.

    Tiny the Stone Giant 
Tiny the Stone Giant, the God of Ironic Names
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  • Lesser God (initially, reaches Intermediate God later on)
  • Symbol: A giant tree upon obtaining an Aghanim's Scepter
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Rock Monster, Magikarp Power, Fastball Special + Grievous Harm with a Body, Craggy Exterior, Avalanche, Hulk Speak (with the occasional Sophisticated as Hell), seeing his origin, beard of moss/ferns, tree as bludgeon with Aghanim's Scepter
  • Domains: Golems, Size, Earth
  • High Priest: Pebble
  • Allies: The Radiant heroes especially Templar Assassin, Techies, Geb, Toph Bei Fong, The Colossi, Regirock, Malfurion Stormrage, Tyrande Whisperwind, The Hulk
  • Rivals: The Champions of Runeterra
  • Enemies: Hedora, Hexxus
  • Tiny was selected for this title for one reason: no matter what size he's currently in, large or small, he goes by "Tiny, the Stone Giant".
  • Tiny has no idea about his origins, was he splinter from a Golem's heel, a chip from the Oracular Visage of Garthos? He participates in the War of the Ancients to seek the answers to how he come to be.
  • Sometimes when he is summoned into the Field of the Ancients, he will lose most of his rock body and look like this abomination.
  • Upon finding other stone giants in the Pantheon, he hoped that they may be efficient in providing answer of his origins. Especially Geb, who is the Egyptian God of the Earth, who may see all earth and stone being form.
  • Though he likes to hurt his enemies with his rock fists, he can cause avalanches by calling the inanimate stones to move upon hearing the call of Tiny.
  • Both Malfurion and Tyrande thought that Tiny was one of their Mountain Giant allies, in terms of appearance and the fact that he can attack with a giant tree like a club.
  • Speaking of his tree, in one battle in the Field of the Ancients, he fell in love with the tree that he decided to take as his club. Unfortunately, he placed the tree at the wrong time and Faceless Void used Tango to eat it. Tiny threw him into Ragnaros' lair for killing his love.
    • When the TI6 Battle Pass had a challenge that required the community to destroy 20 billion trees, Tiny was horrified by this, since it reminded him of the tree.
  • Though the two has nothing in common, he manage to befriend the Templar Assassin by presenting her a flower for her to wear. However, in one battle in the Field of the Ancients, he sacrifices himself to save her from the enemy team, causing her to slaughter them all. When she wants to return the flower to the hand of a fallen friend, his head rose up.
  • His favorite hobby is tossing something up into the air and hurling them to someone. One of his favorite thing to grab are Techies so that they can suicide bomb on unsuspecting heroes for early First Blood. He also like to hurl the unascended Centaur Warrunner to take advantage of his stomp and stunning power.
    • He's also been able to throw away anyone that could have been a potential threat. A Magnus with Reverse Polarity ready, just throw him away. Tidehunter blinking into the battlefield to unleash Ravage, throw him away from his viscidity.

    Xion 
Xion, Goddess of Meaningful Names (Number XIV, No. i, Replica, Xionort)
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  • Lesser Goddess (If her Boss forms and Data battle are any indication, potentially a Greater Goddess) (She can also achieve higher levels of power by unintentionally mimicking and gaining power from those who fight alongside her, as seen in her most recent appearance)
  • Symbol: A bright seashell. Alternatively, The number "14" in roman numerals (XIV) or The Aubade Keyblade
  • Theme Song: Musique pour la Tristesse de Xion, Vector to the Heavens (her default battle theme), At Dusk, I Will Think of You (Shared with Roxas and Lea), The Other Promise/Vector To The Heavens (her other default battle theme) (shared with Roxas), Vector The Heavens (Re:Mind Remix) (her battle theme when she gets serious or angry)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Keyblade(s): Kingdom Key Replica, Aubade
  • Portfolio: Having a Name of Many Different Interpretations, A Replica Created by Vexen (Which she Struggles With), Plain Damn Adorable and Can Kick Ass Just As Well As Her Friends Can, A Special Type of Nobody, Technically Genderless, Unintentionally Siphoning Sora's Memories into Herself, Gets Berated and Disregarded for her Existence, Has Had A Really Crappy Life But Still Perseveres Through It, Progressively becomes more Powerful Overtime, Unintentionally Mimics And Gains Power From Those Around Her In Battle, Inseparable Friendship with Roxas and Axel, One of the only Organization Members to Not be Malicious, Action Girl, Fond of Dogs, Living Memory, Realizes her Existence poses a Threat to Roxas and Sora, Forces Roxas into Killing Her, Dies Peacefully by Roxas's Side, Her Death goes by Unremembered by Anyone, Brought Back for the True Organization XIII and Turned Into A Vessel For Xehanort, But Eventually Turns Back To Normal And Reunites with Roxas and Lea, Manages to Live a Life free from the Organization
  • Domains: Exclusion, The Forgotten, Erasure, Memories, The Void, Artificial Humans, Friendship, Naming, Meaning, Independence
  • Allies: Roxas, Axel (Lea), Naminé, Ventus, Sora, Kairi, Riku, Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Team RWBY and JNPR (Especially Ruby Rose), Sayori, Master Hand, the Duck Hunt Dog, Roy Mustang, Mr. Eaten, Sunset Shimmer, Dog (sorta), Courage the Cowardly Dog, Filia, Snoopy, Pluto the Pup, Charlie Barkin, Clifford, Ash Crimson, Milla Basset, Guthix, Dick Grayson/Nightwing, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Jason Todd/Red Hood, John Wick, Elliot Alderson, Wally West, Madoka Kaname, Ragna the Bloodedge, The Doctor
  • Enemies: Xemnas, Master Xehanort, Cinder Fall, Adam Taurus, Barbatos, The Batman Who Laughs, The Dawnbreaker, Agent Smith, Albert Wesker, Lord Recluse, Cruella de Vil, Lord Brevon, The Beastmen (Especially Gorthor), Dio Brando, Vanilla Ice, The Master
  • Respected By: The Canines Sub-House and the House of Friendship
  • Opposes: Animal Abusers especially Dogs, Evil Rulers and Deceivers, especially Sauron, Emperor Palpatine, and Darkseid
  • Conflicting Opinion on: Raiden
  • One's story and life experience tends to be remembered and cherished by their loved ones. In the case of an Artificial Human known as Xion, this was unfortunately not the case. Created by Vexen of Organization XIII, she was to serve as the 14th member, often being paired up with Roxas during their earlier missions. However, Xemnas intended for Xion to develop her powers overtime via sapping away Roxas and Sora's powers as the Organization leader wanted to see who would prevail and be more useful between her and Roxas. Xion was able to develop her own personality and bond deeply with Roxas and Axel, often joining them together to eat Sea-Salt Ice Cream together on top of the Twilight Town Clock Tower. Unfortunately, Xion began to experience disappointment, bullying and dismissal from the other Organization members, especially Saïx, who saw her as nothing more than a replica. Not helping matters is her defeat and humiliation from a rogue Riku, who was in works with Namin&eacute and DiZ in securing Sora and Roxas's safety. The final straw that dissolved Xion's friendship with Roxas and Axel was when she discovered her nature as a replica and that her existence Endangered Sora and Roxas by extension. She eventually decided to desert the Organization and meet up with Roxas later on before attacking him. This was all a ploy set up by Xion so that Roxas could kill her and preserve Sora's existence. She proved successful and thanked Roxas for the time they spent together before dying peacefully in Roxas's arms. Because she was created and further developed with Sora's memories, Xion soon became forgotten by everyone who knew her, the Organization included.
    • Despite her disappearance, Xion isn't completely forgotten, rather memories about her are buried deep withing Sora's heart. She herself was bought back to serve Master Xehanort in the The Second Keyblade War to power up Kingdom Hearts. Sora was eventually able to reach out to her, causing those who previously knew knew to recall their memories. Ultimately, Xion reunited with Roxas and Axel (who was now Lea) and defected to the side of Light. Once the battle ended, Xion was finally able to earn herself a normal life, hanging out with Roxas and Lea and even inviting the reformed Isa (Saïx's Somebody) into their group.
  • Xion ascended into the Pantheon not long after Roxas did. Before the Second Keyblade War reached its conclusion, Sora asked the Court of the Gods to allow Roxas a chance to enter the Pantheon. They eventually allowed it under the pretense that Roxas was his own individual and genuinely earned a right to live out like how he wants to, but Roxas declared that he wouldn't enter unless he could have his best friends alongside him. Hence the Court decided to allow Xion and Lea into the Pantheonic ranks as well.
  • Like Roxas and Lea, Xion is not a member of the Grand United Alliance of Good, though she does respect and is willing to fight alongside them, given that some of her friends are a part of it. Instead, her time in the Pantheon is spent on more normal terms, mainly just exploring and familiarizing herself with new locales, figures and experiences. As someone who barely had any happiness and moments outside of the Organization, Xion wants to develop and build more of those and simply wishes a simple life with her friends.
  • Alongside skyscrappers for beautiful views (If the Twilight Town Clock Tower isn't any indication), one of Xion's favorite places to visit are beaches. Maybe there's some form of symbolism regarding her and water, given that Kairi and Naminé are named after references to water, and Xion is no different. Speaking of, she and Naminé get along very well after their experiences in the Second Keyblade War. They'll often hang out near the shores and Xion will often tag along in drawing some art for herself like Naminé does, eager to learn something new. She is thankful for Riku to have finally reunited with his friends in addition to becoming a dedicated Keyblade wielder just like Sora way. Riku in return is willing to help out Xion in her fighting experience, given that the Pantheon is filled with threats left and right.
    • She also finds great company under Ventus. Aside from looking exactly like Roxas, Ventus is a big softie who is known for his generous personality and his strong feelings towards friendship. Sometimes Ventus would visit the Clock Tower Trio to share some Sea-Salt Ice Cream and hang out around various Pantheon locales. Additionally, they'd would also fight alongside each other when the chips are down.
  • She has a huge fondness for dogs, so much so that she's become a regular visitor of the Canines Sub-House. Because of her sweet and gentle nature, dogs in general get along with Xion pretty well and she's more than happy to play with them. Even the Duck Hunt Dog finds her great company, seeing as Xion is one of the few individuals to not express any sort of annoyance towards him. She quickly became friends with fellow dog lover Roy Mustang, who himself sometimes visits the Sub-House.
    • Xion once met Elliot Alderson at the same area, where the latter was tending to some dogs. Xion approached him, not familiar with him and asking why would he came to the Canine's Sub-House. Elliot explained that he has a dog named Flipper whom he saved from an abusive owner and that he feels obligated to take her there for comfort. Despite his morose and sullen demeanor, Xion smiled and assured him that what he did was a good thing. The two have bonded with one another after Elliot told her about his experience with depression and anxiety, something which Xion had also dealt with during her days in Organization XIII. She was initially hesitant to confront John Wick due to his reputation in the criminal underworld, but after seeing how loving he is towards canines in general, Xion has also grown to be good friends with him, even petting and playing with Wick's dog when he goes away during his own endeavors.
    • The Canines Sub-House is one of those areas where Xion tends to display her most caring nature. That said, she is not hesitant to defend its residents and visitors, especially during the Beastmen invasion set up by the Grand United Alliance of Evil. Xion took to rescuing and protecting as many dogs as she could before confronting Gorthor the Beastlord, who led his Beastmen faction to massacre as many beings as they could to assert dominance. They engaged in a brutal duel, with Xion receiving aid from Mustang and eventually succeeding in driving the Beastlord back. Gorthor has since developed a deep animosity for Xion and promises to kill her the next time they meet.
  • Technically, she is genderless, given her nature as a replica. However, Xion has stressed that she be identified as a female, which most residents in the Pantheon took to accepting, given that Xion would like to have an identity and personality beyond just being an Artificial Human.
  • Is friends with the Doctor, despite his ability to ravel back in time and to alter and erase memories. The Doctor's experience of erasing Donna's memories to ensure she doesn't die from being infused with Time Lord DNA made the Doctor sympathize with Xion given her unintentional memory sapping from Sora played a role in tragedy and has made an effort to see her being comforted, given the Doctor is familiar with being erased from existence and how damaging it could be to someone.
  • Has a pretty close friendship with Ruby Rose, and by extension, Team RWBY and JNPR. Maybe it has something to do with the fact that Ruby and Xion look remarkably similar plus the former is very close friends with Kairi. That said, whenever Ruby is away from her own personal team, she takes to meeting Kairi and Xion first as she feels she could cheer them up, especially given what they'd had to go through.
  • She's the closest thing to a friend that Mr. Eaten has, mostly because of their similar fates. While Xion is smart enough not to ask for too many personal details, she's saddened that someone could have suffered an even worse un-personning than the one she experienced herself, and hopes that someday Mr. Eaten will find some solace beyond the hunger and rage.
  • While usually not interested in battling, Xion is still a credible fighter and is able to take on scores of Hearless without issue. There has to have been a reason why Master Xehanort decided to enlist her into being one of the 13 Seekers in the True Organization XIII. Case in point, once she found out about the actions of Cruella de Vil, Xion stormed into her complex and threatened her to not even consider coming to the Canines Sub-House. Her demeanor was terrifying enough that Cruella had to take a small break from kidnapping and abusing dogs. While she does continue on with her usual dog-abuse, she does stay wary of Xion. And that's even getting into John Wick...
  • Xion absolutely abhors Dio Brando and Vanilla Ice. The former's Lack of Empathy, torturing and killing Danny just to rub it in on Jonathan Joestar and the latter's unwarranted and incredibly overblown attack and crippling of Iggy that led to the dog's death frustrated Xion to no end and has no qualms about killing them if need be. That said, Dio and Ice are formidable opponents in their own right, hence Xion would much rather fight against them with her allies rather than on her own.
  • Given her experience as an Organization XIII member, Xion vehemently opposes tyrants and villainous leaders in general as they tend to remind her of Xemnas and his machinations that led to her death. She fully understands why Roxas is enemies against some of the more notable tyrants in the Pantheon, especially Sauron, Palpatine and Darkseid. These three frighten Xion not just because of their overwhelming strength, but also because they are skilled manipulators just like Xemnas was. She currently steers clear of them, aware that her power pales in front of them, but she will fight back if she has no other choice.
  • The Clock Tower Trio were confronted by Bruce Wayne, who offered to provide them social and emotional help and support as at least Roxas and Xion didn't have a parental figure in their lives. On another note, Bruce, as Batman aims to toughen up the Clock Tower Trio and to make sure they can defend themselves against greater threats in the Pantheon. That said, they didn't catch on to Bruce and Batman being the same person until the trio confronted The Batman Who Laughs and the Dawnbreaker during a raid on the House of Friendship and they spilled the beans on Batman's real identity the moment Bruce came into their aid. Since then, Roxas, Xion and Lea have promised to keep Batman's identity confidential.
    • Speaking of, Xion has wondered why would Bruce want to help them out, both in his civilian identity and has Batman. She was told by Bruce that he himself associates himself more with kids and teens than he does adults, which is why he felt like helping the Clock Tower Trio out. The fact that the trio also had their own series of angst and emotional pressure made Bruce interested, seeing as he understood how struggling to coming to terms with tragic situations , albeit his situation was a different matter.
    • That said, Xion does get along with Bruce pretty well. It also helps that he owns a dog named Ace. On a similar note, she's made good acquaintances with Dick Grayson and Jason Todd, the former for is inspiring and humble attitude, in addition to Dick sounding similar to Roxas. The latter can relate to the Clock Tower Trio under the circumstances of being manipulated and being put in a lose-lose situation.
  • Not a lot of residents talk about the circumstances leading up to her death, with Roxas barely recalling her dying moments and more interested in making new moments instead. That said, Xion has been told about her passing, which was a sacrifice meant to save and preserve Sora, by a select few deities who can understand sacrificing themselves for the greater good whilst being forgotten.
    • Madoka and Ragna are among two beings that chose to have their own life erased in some way or another to prevent a greater threat from ever gaining prominence. Additionally, Wally West knows all too well, seeing someone getting erased from existence and no one recalling it. They've all sent their condolences to Xion, alongside respecting her decision and willingness to do anything for her loved ones. Madoka, Ragna and Wally have made a point to look after the Clock Tower Trio in some way or another, wanting to prevent the three from going down another tragedy like they did during their days in Organization XIII.
  • There's an occasional joke to refer Xion as "Who?", a metaphor for how everyone forget about her when she died. While Xion doesn't mind it too much, it's a surefire way to anger Roxas, who'll bash anyone who says this as he doesn't want Xion to be disrespected as a person in his point of view.
Wow. The sun sure is beautiful. I know we've seen a lot of sunsets, but today's puts them all to shame. If only things stayed like this.

Demigods

    Amy Pond/Williams 
Amelia Jessica "Amy" Pond, Goddess of The Maiden Name Debate (Amy Williams, The Girl Who Waited)
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    Mole, Rat, Badger and Toad 
Mole, Rat, Mr. Badger and Mr. Toad, Holy Quartet of Animals Named After Their Species (Mole: Moley; Rat: Ratty; Badger: Old Badger)
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Clockwise from top left: Badger, Mole, Rat and Toad
  • Demigods
  • Symbol: (None, because Rat and Toad had a fight as to whether it should be Rat's beloved boat or Toad Hall, so Badger determined they'd do without one.)
  • Theme Song: The Wind in the Willows
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, except Toad who's more like Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Known only by their animal names, behaving exactly like late 19th century middle-class Englishmen despite being animals, Four-Temperament Ensemble, inconsistent levels of anthropomorphism
  • Domains: Animals, Anthropomorphism, Names, Adventure
  • Herald: Otter
  • Allies: The Hundred Acre Wood Gang, Mrs. Brisby, Babar, Lady Amalthea, Black Beauty
  • Enemies: Toon Patrol, The Headless Horseman
  • Admires: Kyogre (Rat)
  • Mole, Rat, Badger and Toad are four friends living in an idyllic forest in Edwardian England. Mole is a sensible homebody who nonetheless has a craving for adventure sometimes, which led him to become friends with Rat, an easygoing yet grounded gentleman with a passion for the river and boating. From there Mole was introduced to the capricious Toad, who has a penchant for taking up a different hobby every other day, and Badger, who generally prefers to be left alone in his home in the dangerous Wild Wood due to his contempt for society, though he'll do anything for his friends (and can keep Toad's fancies in check).
  • After many misadventures that famously included Toad's incarceration for vehicle theft and reckless driving, his subsequent escape, and ridding Toad's manor of the weasels who were unlawfully squatting there in his absence, it seemed as if things would at last settle down in the four animals' lives. One day they heard that a unicorn was sighted wandering in the Wild Wood. Mole and Rat, who've had some run-ins with the supernatural, were curious, but Badger thought it was all hogwash, and Toad too busy with some new hobby to care. Feeling confident after the battle at Toad Hall, Mole and Rat ventured into the Wild Wood to see the truth for themselves. They found the unicorn alright, but also found that the weasels had had similar ideas and captured and tied her up as though she were a common horse, with the intent of selling her off. So Mole and Rat gathered Badger and Toad and together they hatched a plan to free the unicorn from the weasels. They were successful and the unicorn thanked them. She revealed herself to be Amalthea and that she was in that world to verify whether there were beings worthy of godhood. She deemed Mole, Rat, Badger and Toad to be suitable.
  • Knowing how much they love their home, the Main House made it so the temple is pretty much the forest they live in, with the Wild Wood serving as the connecting point between their world and the Pantheon. While the four have a hankering to go adventuring in some far-flung corner of the Pantheon once in a while, it's definitely comforting to know they can always go back to their familiar homes in the end.
  • Rat likes to say that nothing is worth doing as much as messing around in boats; he has a great love for navigating rivers and once seriously considered leaving everything behind and setting out to sea. Naturally, as he's a Water Rat. He's very fond of going boating all day in the House of Water & Moisture, with Mole sometimes accompanying him. He became a great admirer of Kyogre after hearing of its ability to increase submerged territory, though deep down he understands that if such a thing were to pass, it wouldn't be very pleasant for his friends. He's quite sure he could never come to like Kyogre's counterpart Groudon under any circumstance, however.
  • The Pantheon being an extremely varied place, Toad has no shortage of new things to try out and take up as a new hobby. This means Mole, Rat and Badger, more than ever, have their hands full trying to rein in their friend's enthusiasm.
    • The House of Travel is on the look-out in case Toad gets it into his head to steal any of the vehicles to go joyriding. Toad has done a fairly good job of containing himself in that regard. However, one day he saw this picture and he couldn't get out of his mind what a thrill it must be to race the Headless Horseman for one's life. So he sneaked into the House of Travel one night, stole a motorcycle, then went to the Headless Horseman's temple and proceeded to taunt him to come get his head. A wild chase ensued, with Toad having several close calls as he had no familiarity with motorcycles. When Toad got to his home, the Headless Horseman was left frustrated due to it being on a river, which he can't cross. Because of this, he has a deep grudge against Toad. This was all very amusing for Toad, though he inevitably had to pay the price for stealing by getting locked up for a while in the House of Justice, while Mole, Rat and Badger shook their heads at their friend's incorrigibility and for getting them a new problem in the form of the Horseman. Though Rat was oddly proud that the Horseman's weakness is the river.
  • Given their turn-of-the-century upbringing and set of values, they cultivate cordial relationships with just about anyone, especially anthropomorphized animals, in the Pantheon, and never openly antagonize anyone who didn't antagonize them first. They've become particularly close to Black Beauty, who, as a horse brought up in Victorian England, has a rather similar mindset to them, and could be considered a Quintessential British Gentleman, just as a horse. When Toad needs a horse to pull his carriage, he favors requisitioning Black Beauty, and Toad may have many faults but treating horses badly isn't one of them, so Black Beauty obliges him whenever he can.
    • Other animals they're good friends with include the mouse Mrs. Brisby, who the four friends, especially the somewhat timid Mole, all admire because of the courage and determination she displayed in facing many deadly dangers for the sake of her children. Babar is another one they like for bringing civilized society to his corner of the jungle.
  • Once, Winnie-The-Pooh got it into his head to explore the Wild Wood and see if he could find delicious honey somewhere in its depths and got himself lost instead. Badger fortunately rescued Pooh before anything bad could happen. Perceiving Pooh as something of a child, he wasn't too hard on him and even gave him some honey, but strongly hinted that the Wild Wood was no place for... someone like Pooh, and so he shouldn't wander in again. After that, Mole and Rat were put in charge of safely bringing Pooh to his own home; that's how they met the rest of the Hundred Acre Wood Gang. They quite enjoyed their time there as Rabbit did his utmost to make them feel at home after "all that bother with Pooh". Subsequently, the two groups often visit each other and go on small adventures together.
  • There are humans in their world, however interaction between the two societies seems to be restricted only to what is strictly necessary. For that reason, the four friends rarely interact with human deities. They'll happily interact with the Token Human of the Hundred Acre Wood Gang, Christopher Robin, since he's proved himself to be an upright young boy who can keep the follies of his friends in check, but he's the exception rather than the rule.
  • They have never had a great opinion of weasels, even before the squatting incident at Toad Hall. Those weasels would be followers of the Toon Patrol, and they aren't happy with the way the four have treated them. So when Toad went away somewhere for a prolonged time, the Toon Patrol decided they'd invade Toad Hall themselves in order to avenge their brethren. Toad and co. weren't really scared of the Patrol; they'd dealt with larger numbers in the original incident and came out successful, after all. But they did not quite expect just how unhinged the Toon Patrol could be, and Rat got seriously hurt in the ensuing battle. Despite these difficulties, they quickly won back the manor once they enlisted the help of some of their allies. This is unlikely to be the last time the two groups see of each other, though.

    The Postal Dude 
The Postal Dude, God of People with very bizarre names
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  • Demigod (although he has killed foe more powerful than him)
  • Symbol: A shotgun or an assault rifle with a cat at the end of it
  • Alignment: Technically Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Never catching a break (even when he just wants to return a book to a library), Cool Shades, Badass Baritone, Badass Beard, having a strange name that is his real name, Using cats as silencers, Hates Everyone Equally, Going Postal although not being completly responsible for it In the Most Violent Ways Possible, I Regret Nothing,
  • Domains: Combat, Crazyness, Weapons, Ambiguity
  • High Priest: Not Important
  • Allies: Lambabeta, Mr. Welch, he can be quite friendly toward the canines deity.
  • Enemies: Most of the Good deities, almost all the felines deities (they hate what he does to cats), Bill "D-FENS" Foster, the "Rampage" Monsters (for stealing his spot at the Hall of Gaming Styles).
  • Followers: Too many to list
  • Ascended when he nuked Paradise during a rather agitated weekend (zombies were involved).
  • While he is technically Chaotic Neutral, his proefficiency with weapons, his lack of empathy and general sociopathic tendencies mean he often get mistaken for Chaotic Evil. Although it should be noted that he just want to be left alone with his dog.
  • Impressed the House of Friendship when he returned to Paradise elven years after leaving it and braved its dangers again even going to Hell just to find his lost dog.
    • Is quite affectionnate toward most of the dogs in the house of mammals and especially Cerberus as his own dog had a Hell Hound phase once.
    • Is very confused by CatDog and settled on ignoring him.
  • Does not work in the postal service, blame his father (The Postal Dude Sr) for that name. His only experience with the postal service was when a package that was destined to him exploded in the building, causing all the postal workers to try to kill him.
  • It seems that he can't live a single day without having a new group of people after his head.
  • Tend to avoid the House of Love as his wife was a bitch. He ended up blowing her up with an I.E.D.
  • Also, despite his notorious usage of cats, he doesn't really have anything against them (and he doesn't even do it that often).
  • Is one of the few to have the honor of having a movie made about him that was directed by Uwe Boll. While he is ashamed by it (and even killed Zack Ward in his universe), most of the deities reassured him that his movie wasn't that bad.
  • One of his rampages through the Pantheon was caused by the fact the Dude didn't take well that Going Postal was to be awarded to someone else. He has since developed a grudge against D-FENS.
  • Has recently lost one of his titles when the Wrecking Crew from Rampage ascended as deities for Video Game Cruelty Potential and destroyed his temple to make it their new home. He tried to fight back, but was quickly eaten by George. After reviving in the House of Life & Death, he swore he would find a way to kill them and regain his lost title.

    Silver (Pokémon) 
Silver, God With An Unknown Alias (???, Passerby Boy, Soul, Heart, Chedr, My Butt, Eyan, Baba)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: Feraligatr
  • Theme Music: Rival Theme, Rival Battle
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (though softened)
  • Portfolio: Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy, Jerkass Rival Who Got Better, Inferiority Superiority Complex, Bishōnen, Most Of His Angst Comes Due of His Father, Loners Are Freaks
  • Domains: Names, Attitude, Hair, Children, Trainers
  • High Priest: Doopliss
  • Party Pokémon: (Johto Starter Pokémon strong to the player's pick) Gengar, Crobat, Magneton, Sneasel, Alakazam
  • Allies: Gengar, Alakazam, N, Ho-Oh
  • Rivals: Red, Ash Ketchum, Calem and Serena
  • Complicated Relationship with: Giovanni (his father)
  • When Silver ascended into the Pantheon, he didn't really has his name publicly shown. It all appeared as ????. Some other gods then decided to try to name him with different names (even ????), some less appealing than some. He only got his name back when ironically The Mob tried to name him and ended up giving his normal name (their tried naming him something stupid, but accidentally exited out of the name input screen before putting anything in).
  • Even if he knows that Giovanni is in the Pantheon, he hasn't done anything to really confront him. He doesn't want to really confront him before he believes he is strong enough to defeat him, and tries to keep away from his business unless it specifically bothers him. Giovanni meanwhile knows that he shouldn't bother his son, so he hasn't done anything to confront him personally.
    • Jessie, James and Meowth are confused how the boss suddenly has a son and they haven't heard of him. When they asked Giovanni about Silver, he said to them that it really isn't their business and they should not bother him.
  • Apparently hates trashy men. He thinks they are unpardonable and their strolling are an eyesore, and wants to beat all of them up note .
    • He also thinks that he is a monster
      coach.
  • His relation with the female protagonist (was it Kris or Lyra) has been argued about, something that he's bothered with. Especially when they bring up the one time when he tore off the MC's Team Rocket disguise.
    • It has also come to his attention to that some believe that he later became the man named Roark, something he is baffled with.
  • Don't ask him about his mother. He really can't give you an answer about it. Some speculate his mother might be the Rocket Admin Ariana.
  • Got really annoyed at his old man for his plans to create Team Rainbow Rocket due to him needing to rely on help from other villains who succeeded in their plans to apparently get back to the top. And the fact that he somehow still lost, even when he had back-up and even captured Mewtwo, has made him lose any respect he had for him.

Quasideities

    Serena van der Woodsen 
Serena Celia van der Woodsen, Goddess of Overly Sophisticated Names (S, Queen, Princess, It Girl)
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Anyone of her dresses next to anyone of her cellphones (She's rich)
  • Theme Song: "Gossip Girl Theme Song"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (borders into Stupid Good at times)
  • Portfolio: Constantly Gets into Trouble, Progresive Stupidity, Name Befitting of One Born into Wealth, Extreme Beauty, Spoiled Sweet At Times, In Love with Love, Good Bad Girl, Horrible Judge of Character, The Fashionista, Hard-Drinking Party Girl, Bad Luck in Romance
  • Domain: Love, Popularity, Wealth, Beauty
  • Herald: Eric van der Woodsen (her brother)
  • Allies: Dan Humphrey (her husband), Princess Zelda, Liz Lemon, Celestia Ralgris, Fuuka Akitsuki, Tohka Yatogami, Julis Riessfeld, Honoka Mitsui, Hal Jordan, Lili
  • Enemies: Mr. Burns, Wario, Mr. Krabs, the Corpus, the House of Tainted Love
  • Conflicting Opinion: The Ancestor
  • Known as the "it girl" of the Upper East Side, Serena van der Woodsen practically defined teenage popularity in her homeworld. Born to the van der Woodsen family, Serena embodied every negative stereotype associated with her upbringing: she always wore trendy clothes, always attentended to wild parties and slept around with any men she came across. Her life changed when one of her teenage escapades resulted in the death of a man she had previously slept with. Feeling guilty, Serena left New York City for boarding school and didn't return until she found out her brother had attempted suicide. Since then, Serena has made a sincere, albeit clumsy, effort to improve herself, but she is known to fall back on old habit once in a while.
  • Her backstory earned her the sympathy of Celestia Ralgris, who felt guilty that her efforts to help Lux Arcadia result in his and family's exile. Because of her stronger moral compass, Celestia has agreed to keep Serena's more negative traits in check. Serena has also taken a liking to Fuuka Akitsuki because of her free spirit and singing ability. All three girls offer each other advice on how to improve their relationships with their respective boyfriends, but because Serena is so naive at times, Celes and Fuuka think Serena should be treated with kid gloves.
  • Since they have the same attitude towards money, a friendship with Lili was inevitable. Despite being a fighter, Lili was actually the more restrained of the two, which motivated Serena to get Lili to unwind a little bit and try to have more fun. The two girls enjoy going to parties, concerts, auctions and what have you. All these crazy activities have earned some unwanted attention from thugs looking for some easy money, but luckily, Lili has been able to defend Serena.
  • Serena's homeworld is relatively mundane by Pantheon's standards, so she was obviously surprised to learn of the existence of magic and those who use it for good or bad. Fortunately, she has made friends with the magical community, such as Tohka Yatogami, Julis Riessfeld and Honoka Mitsui. Serena sees much of her friend Blair in Julis, respecting her strength of will and intention to save her homeland from an evil corporation. At the same time, Serena has compared Tohka and Honoka to her friend Jenny, at least when she was first introduced to the Upper East Side. To make a long story short, Jenny's sudden increase in popularity caused her to alienate some of her friends and family, so Serena has taken steps to ensure the power and influence in the Pantheon doesn't affect Tohka and Honoka the same way.
  • Hal Jordan once confused Serena with Carol Ferris because of their physical appearance. Once the mistake got cleared up, Hal left Serena to her devices but he did observe she could be worthy for a Star Sapphire ring, for better or worse. Until Carol ascended, he had decided to keep Serena safe. Ever since Carol arrived, she made sure to meet Serena in retribution and put her under Star Sapphire's protection.
  • As previously stated, Serena is not the smartest person in the Pantheon, especially in regards to money and romance. She never had to work even a day in her life and always had everything handed to her on a silver platter. Because the Pantheon is full of people who would take advantage of her, more sensible people like Princess Zelda and Liz Lemon have to constantly supervise her monetary activities to ensure she doesn't make a bad investment.
  • Despite this behavior, Serena was a Nice Girl at the core. In regards to her approach to sex, it was less than Serena slept around for fun and more that she fell in love too easily. Unfortunately, this made Serena into a Horrible Judge of Character, as she has been duped by her longtime love interest Dan, not to mention she had affairs with two teachers, her best friend's boyfriend, and an ex-con, two con artists and a married man. Even Dan, the so-called good guy, was revealed to be the anonymous blogger Gossip Girl, therefore fitting Serena's interest in bad boys. Needless to say, Serena's case is a love therapist's dream come true and the Nurturers of the House of Love have agreed to keep tabs on Serena to make sure she doesn't screw up her marriage with Dan.
  • Hates Mr. Burns and Wario for being greedy jackasses obsessed with money, exactly the kind of person she doesn't want to become. Not fond of Mr. Krabs either when she became aware of his less-than-ethical practices. Serena was absolutely horrified to learn about the Corpus, an interstellar faction who wage war across the Sol system and even worships the very concept of profit. She has donated massive amounts of money to the Grand United Alliance of Good to stop them. At the same time, she doesn't know what to make of the Ancestor. At first, she was appalled that his ignorance, caused by his aristocratic status led to untold destruction in his world and every monster that dwells in his Estate was his doing, but in fairness he is trying to control the damage. Even so, Serena keeps her distance from him.
  • Because of her incredible beauty, Serena has attracted a lot of potential suitors in the Pantheon. Predictably, she has turned them all of down because she is already married, but some people won't take "no" for an answer, especially the House of Tainted Love, giving Serena a good reason to stay away from that House.

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