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Greater Gods

    Chin Chin 
Chin Chin, God of Requiring Seemingly Random Needs (Chin-Chin, The Dark Lord, Creepy Dude, God)
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    Freyr 
Freyr, God of Needing Something That Had Been Given Away (Frey, Fricco, Yngvi, God of Peace, Fertility, and Rain, Lord of Alfheim, God of Sunlight and the Elves, God of Summer and Sunshine, God of Plenty, Sunbeam, Flare, Beli's slayer)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: His sword
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Gave Away His Sword To Marry Gerðr, Bigger Is Better in Bed, Combo Platter Powers, Light 'em Up, The Power of the Sun, Green Thumb, Weather Manipulation, Fluffy Tamer, Nice Guy, Hunk, Cool Boat, Full-Boar Action, Wields a deer antler
  • Domain(s): Spring, Summer, Nature, Rain, Fertility, Swords, Antlers, Elves, Boars, Horses, Sacral Kingship, Battle, Virility, Peace, Prosperity, Sunshine, Fair Weather, Good Harvest
  • Heralds: Gerðr (his wife), Fjölnir (his son), Skírnir, Byggvir and Beyla (his servants), Gullinbursti (his boar)
  • Special Relationship: Freya (his twin sister), Skaði (his step-mother)
  • Allies: Odin, Thor, Tyr, Baldr, Brynhild, Heimdall, Apollo, Ra, Helios, Amaterasu, Madama Khepri, Lor'themar Theron, Tyrion, Teclis, Lord Elrond, Legolas, Gimli, Yrel, Thorgrim Grudgebearer, Harth Stonebrew, Kazuya, Yuka Ayase, Tikal, Ororo Munroe/Storm, Tethu, Tethi, Chance the Gardener, The Farmer, Thumbelina, Okkoto-nushi, Babe, Maximus, Spirit, Black Beauty
  • Enemies: Surtr, Fenrir, Jörmungandr, Malekith, Asdrubael Vect, Slaanesh, Poison Ivy
  • Complicated Relationship: Loki, Hel, Hela, Eldrad Ulthran
  • Freyr is the Norse God of Fertility and Peace, among many other things. A member of the Vanir, he is the son of the sea god Njörðr and the twin brother of Freya. He and his sister were exchanged as hostages following the Aesir-Vanir war as part of a truce and ultimately integrated themselves into the Aesir, with Freyr in particular becoming their most renowned member. The gods gave him Alfheimr, the realm of the Elves, as a teething present. He rode the shining dwarf-made boar Gullinbursti and possessed the ship Skíðblaðnir, which always had a favorable breeze and could be folded together and carried in a pouch when it was not being used.
    • One day, Freyr saw the female jötunn Gerðr and became deeply lovesick at the sight of her shimmering beauty. Freyr tasked his messenger Skírnir to woo Gerðr on his behalf. However, Skírnir requested to be given a horse and Freyr's sword, which fights on its own "if wise be he who wields it", in exchange for performing the task, to which Freyr agreed. Gerðr ultimately agreed to meet with Freyr and eventually became his wife.
    • Although deprived of his weapon, Freyr would instead wield a deer antler and even defeat the jötunn Beli with it. However, Freyr is fated to fight the fire jötunn Surtr during the events of Ragnarök and, due to not having his sword, will be killed by him.
  • The arrival of Freyr into the Pantheon was heralded by sunny weather and the House of Plants experiencing particularly good growth. He rode on top of his boar Gullinbursti and was greeted by the Aesir, with his sister Freya pulling him into a hug. Freyr was also pleasantly surprised to be reunited with his step-mother Skaði. Despite her unpleasant marriage to his father Njörðr, Freyr and her remain on amicable terms.
  • Freyr had a pleasant reunion with the Greek God Apollo, as the two had previously met each other in a Stockholm tavern, during which Apollo came to regard Freyr as being very handsome and was impressed by how his sword wouldn't stop talking. Although some regard them as rivals due to their similar associations with light, Apollo remarked that it would be more accurate to compare Freyr to Priapus, the rustic Greek fertility god, who is the protector of livestock, fruit plants, gardens and male genitalia.
  • As the God of Summer and Sunshine, Freyr can create and control both light and heat, as well as the ability to change the area around himself into summer. As a result, he quickly managed to befriend sun deities such as Ra, Helios, Amaterasu and even Madama Khepri.
  • As the God of Peace, Freyr gets along well with people who advocate for it, such has Tikal. She was quite amazed when he demonstrated his power by going to the House of War and expelling a shockwave of energy that caused any in the vicinity with weapons to be disarmed. Freyr explained that he can create and manipulate peace in all forms (both mental and physical), though everyone went back to fighting each other again once he left.
  • Being also the God of Rain, he can control when it rains, and open up the clouds to bring sunlight whenever he wants. As such, he quickly befriended other benevolent weather manipulators such as Storm of the X-Men.
  • As the Lord of Alfheim, Freyr is the ruler of the Light Elves and is very popular among them. As such, he quickly befriended Elves such as Lor'themar Theron, Tyrion, Teclis, Lord Elrond and Legolas. He's also on good terms with Yrel, though he finds her nature as a Space Elf somewhat confusing.
  • Due to his ship and boar being creations of dwarfs, he's on good terms with dwarves such as Gimli, Thorgrim Grudgebearer and Harth Stonebrew. He admires their species' craftsmanship and has regularly visited Harth's Tavern.
  • In the SMT Multiverse, Freyr has teamed up with both Kazuya and Yuka Ayase on two seperate occasions, having even served as the latter's Ultimate Persona. As a result, he's still on good terms with both of them in the Pantheon and is willing to help them whenever they ask him.
  • As the God of Growth and the Harvest, he can make plants grow or stop growing. This resulted in him getting along with farmers/gardeners like Tethu, Tethi, Chance the Gardener and The Farmer, as well as plant-based beings such as Thumbelina.
  • His fondness of boars resulted in him quickly developing a liking towards Okkoto-nushi and Babe. He sympathises with Okkoto due to his past hardships and the two have occasionally been seen alongside Gullinbursti. Additionally, Freyr also has a lesser known association with horses, and is thus fond and protective of them, such as with Maximus, Spirit and Black Beauty.
  • Freyr was quite annoyed to discover that Surtr, Fenrir and Jörmungandr were all present in the Pantheon. Aware that they're destined to kill each other during Ragnarök, he and Surtr particularly dislike each since Freyr's warmth, light, growth and vitality is the only thing stopping Surtr from engulfing the nine worlds in flame already, as well as the fact that Freyr's son, Magnus, had once cut off Surtr's nose.
  • Freyr quickly came to oppose Dark Elves such as Malekith and Asdrubael Vect. He dislikes Malekith for how he attempted to usurp leadership of the Elves and instigated a conflict between the Elves and Dwarves known as the War of the Beard in an effort to prevent the two races from allying against him. Similarly, he loathes Vect for his absolute depravity and brutal torture methods.
  • He was highly disturbed to learn of Slaanesh, the Chaos God who embodies excess and lust. Due to Slaanesh being worshipped by the Norscans of the Warhammer World, they're regarded as something of an Evil Counterpart to Freyr. For their part, Slaanesh has expressed an interest in Freyr, one he obviously doesn't reciprocate.
  • He's on adversarial terms with Poison Ivy due to her using her plant abilities in her criminal life, though he's willing to admit that she's right that humans are destroying the ecosystem.
  • He's on awkward terms with Loki, Hel and Hela. He was quite reluctant to once again meet up with Loki, given their shared history and Loki's antagonism towards Freyr's son Magnus. However, when he learned of Loki's desire for redemption and heroism, their reunion proved to be a rather friendly one. Similarly, he's unsure of what to make of Loki's daughter Hel and her counterpart Hela. He tends to be on generally friendly terms with them as long as they continue simply running the underworld and not cause any trouble.
  • Freyr is also unsure of what to think of Eldrad Ulthran, the Eldar High Farseer. One one hand, Eldrad has dedicated his life to ensuring the survival of Eldar race, but on the other hand, his manipulations to ensure said survival usually cause misfortune to any other species. Eldrad, for his part, is annoyed by Freyr's acceptance of his future death, though he also respects that Freyr at least plans to kill as many giants as he can during that battle before he goes down.

    Vex (LittleBigPlanet
Vex, God of Stealing MacGuffins from Heroes
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: His V-shaped Unibrow
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portifolio: Tricks Sackboy Into Bringing Him What He Needs, Villainous Harlequin, Diabolical Clowns, Plays Sackboy For A Chump, Nearly Wins As A Result, Lives As Long As There Are Nightmares, Soft Spoken Yet Still Theatrical, A Shockingly Clever Bastard
  • Allies: The Pantheons Numerous Monster Clown's, Marx, Nightmare, Dharkon, The Evil Twins, Dimentio (For Now)
  • Enemies: Sackboy, Most of Kirby's allies, especially Magolor, Billy, Lara Croft
  • Creator of Nightmares. Master of the Uproar. Life of the party. These are three things used by Vex himself to describe himself. This villainous clown attempted to use a device he called the "Topsy-Turver" to fill Craftworld with dark energy he called "The Uproar". To do so, he trick the hero trying to stop him, Sackboy, by intensionally dropping his plans for him to steal, allowing him to collect the power source he needs, and then swoop in and steal all of them from him. The plan went without a hitch, and he ended up closer to victory than any other of Sackboy's enemies. While he was eventually stopped, he vowed to return, saying that as long as there are nightmares, he'll be there.
  • Sure enough, he made his grand reappearance in the Pantheon one otherwise sunny day, ripping a hole in the sky and stepping through. He revealed that Melkor himself got him ascended, having been impressed by his trickery, as well as pulling it off in a world as innocent as Craftworld. With that, he flew off to his temple (A replica of the Topsy-Turver), going to scheme his next plot to throw the Pantheon into chaos. Sackboy, naturally, was the first one to witness his entrance, and many gods noted that they've never seen him so angry before.
  • It should be noted that one of his favorite tricks is playing dumb. He simply pretends to do something that'll screw up his plans, only to reveal later on that it was all part of his plan, promptly screwing the heroes over and advancing his evil plot. This actually gave him the honor of being one of the few villains in Sackboy's roster to nearly win in the end. While, of course, he ultimately didn't, he still likes to brag about it every now and again.
  • Shortly after ascending, he formed a partnership with Marx, seeing how they're both jester-themed Manipulative Bastard's who nearly got what they got at the end. While Vex admits that simply just barging in on Kirby's deal isn't much spectacular, he also admits that it's practical enough to work, so hey, no problem. Marx, meanwhile, is amused by the fact that his Happy Harlequin Hat is literally his head. Vex is currently trying to teach him some Uproar magic, Which isn't worrying at all.
    • This had the side effect of making enemies with Kirby and his allies, most notably Magolor, who pulled a stunt similar to him much earlier. Naturally, Vex likes to tease him about it, especially the fact that he pulled it off as well as he did.
    • Speaking of Kirby, his foe Nightmare has also struck up a friendship with the Clown, thanks to both of them being Nightmare Weaver's. Vex is currently more than happy to contribute to making monsters of NME enterprises for some good cash, though he has an annoying habit of slapping his V-shaped unibrow onto his creations.
  • His alliance with Marx naturally lead him to meeting Dharkon, a being who is literally chaos incarnate. After seeing just how much chaos the thing is capable of, he immediately joined forces with the big guy, promising to bring some, as he says, "Tactical Chaos to the table!"
  • Seeing how his gimmick is being a Monster Clown, he's naturally has gotten on the good side of the Pantheon's numerous evil clowns, such as The Joker or The Violator. He is, however, unnerved by some of the more realistic and creepy clowns, Needles Kane and some of Joker's more terrifying incarnations coming to mind. Not enough to not ally with them, mind you, he just finds them creepy.
  • One day, when leaving his temple to get some coffee (He has a life too, you know), he ran into a little boy being accompanied by a skeleton in a cloak. Immediately, upon seeing Vex, he starts yelling how Vex is gonna destroy the Pantheon and, well, you all know what he did next. While Grim, the aforementioned cloaked skeleton, just facepalmed in annoyance, Vex genuinely found this reaction hilarious, admitting that this kind of fear is "Just what I was looking for!" He has promised the boy that he'll make sure to spare him when he inevitably fill the Pantheon with Uproar, mostly just to hear that reaction again.
  • Gained the ire of one Lara Croft when she learned what his title was, seeing how she herself was a victim of the trick numerous times. Naturally, Vex loves to taunt her about this whenever they cross paths, at times even making it sound like he's flirting with her (He really has no interest, he just thinks it's funny.)
  • Seeing the similar nature of their respective machines (Big, elaborate devices meant to spread evil throughout the land), he's made an alliance with The Evil Twins, Victor and Moritz. Unlike some of their other allies, he's fully aware of what the Vice-Versa Reversa Device is capable of, and is fully on board with it. The villains do have a friendly competition to see who can use their machine first, but seeing how similar they are, they really don't mind if one does it first.
  • At first, it seems that he's also made an alliance with fellow Villainous Harlequin Dimentio, seeing how they're both Magical Clown's and all. However, Vex is actually planning to backstab Dimentio at some point, seeing how he just wants to rule the universe, not destroy it. What he doesn't know is that Dimentio himself fully realizes this, and is also planning accordingly. The gods that do know about this are currently taking bets on who'll act first.

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Intermediate Gods

    Edo Phoenix 
Edo Phoenix, God of Memento MacGuffins (Aster Phoenix, The Demon)
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    Rex & Pyra/Mythra 
Rex & Pyra/Mythra, Divine Wielders of the Plot Important Sword (Rex: Rex-Rex, Salvager, Master Driver. Pyra/Mythra: Homura/Hikari, "Pyra von Aegis, Omen of Retribution", "Simpleton", The Aegis, Pneuma, Number 79 (Pyra), Number 80 (Mythra).)
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  • Intermediate Gods Greater God and Goddess once Rex unlocks the Pneuma Form of the Aegis.
  • Symbol: Rex's Core Crystal or the Aegis blade.
  • Theme Music: Battle!! - Xenoblade Chronicles 2, Counterattack.
  • Alignment: Rex and Pyra: Lawful Good
    • Mythra: Neutral Good in the prequel and during the main game.
  • Domains: Swords, Kindness, Leadership, Clones.
  • Portfolio:
  • Herald: Nia
  • Allies: The entire heroic Xenoblade cast, including Lora, Shulk, and Dunban, KOS-MOS, Noel Vermillion, Natsu Dragneel, Link, Princess Zelda, Fi.
  • Enemies: Malos, Zanza the malevolent half, Metal Face, Yuuki Terumi, Ganondorf, Galeem and Dharkon
  • Pities: Atalanta
  • Confused For Mithra (Shinza Bansho series), and Mithra
  • Rex was once a simple salvager who lived with "Gramps" in the world of Alrest. Taking on a new mission to salvage something very special, his world changed once he came across the girl sleeping who was named Pyra. She wanted him to make a connection that would make them essentially partners that involved him touching her chest...or rather her Core Crystal to awakening this power. After being revived, both of them formed a bond as Driver and Blade to overcome the obstacles standing in the way of taking Pyra back to Elysium.
  • Despite being made from the same blade Pyra and Mythra are two distinct personalities who eventually gain their own bodies after the defeat of Malos. The reason this happened was back in the past after Mythra survived the fall of Torna along with the death of Hugo. She couldn't bear such pain not to mention getting the chance to have the kindness and humanity she didn't show towards others back then.
  • Rex and Pyra were shocked to find Malos already waiting for them in the Pantheon with that same grin on his face he had when they first battle each other. Mythra, in particular, was furious to learn of his ascension having already faced the other part of the Aegis several years in the past.
  • When the fifth Super Smash Bros tournament was announced, Rex had high hopes that he and Pyra (and maybe Mythra) would be invited. Alas, they were not. When Master Hand and Crazy Hand announced they would be inviting five new challengers to join, Rex's hopes were raised once again... and promptly dashed when the five latecomers came and went. When the Hands then announced six more new challengers would be chosen, Rex was skeptical as he didn't want to be disappointed again. Then, one day, Pyra and Mythra suddenly disappeared. Rex searched all over the Pantheon for them before finally finding Pyra training on Final Destination. Recognising what it meant, he started to get excited as Pyra confirmed... that she and Mythra had been invited to join the tournament without Rex. While he was happy for them, he couldn't help but feel the Hands were actively making fun of him now. Fortunately they offered him the chance to appear in Smash as Pyra and Mythra's partner during their Final Smashes. Rex decided to accept, grateful for the chance to be in Smash in any capacity. Chrom has given the young salavger a comforting shoulder and words of encouragement, as he was once in Rex's position before becoming a Fighter. Meanwhile, Pyra and Mythra are excited to show the fighters of Smash what the legendary Aegis can really do.
  • Rex was not a complicated fellow, his only life before meeting Pyra was living on Gramps, collecting anything worth salvaging, and practicing his sword skills ready to engage a bigger world someday. He also doesn't like it when people consider him to some little kid when he knows he's a lot more mature than people think. When asked how close he was to Pyra and Mythra, his face grew red before admitting that if there was any girl he loved the most it would be her.
    • Despite never getting to chance to meet one another Rex and Pyra became friends with Lora, her tale was something Mythra knew considering she was there in Torna many years ago. Lora was thrilled to see her again wanting to learn more from the woman who saved her life and provided the inspiration for her journey while Rex was glad to meet someone kinda like himself.
    • Rex has the ability to summon other Blades into battle alongside Pyra and Mythra such as Shulk himself, so when the robotic girl named KOS-MOS saw the duo greet her like they met before she was confused at first when she mentioned that she wasn't the same KOS-MOS they found alongside in their world. Regardless, she was quick to befriend Pyra and Mythra in order to have a better grasp on emotions that blades like themselves use in casual conversation.
    • Natsu grew to love hanging around Rex, since they both were huge believers in friendship and comradery with mostly everyone. Pyra merely laughed at Rex and Natsu trying to one-up each other in a friendly game of salvaging in the Pantheon.
    • Link admired the courage Rex displays along with his skills with a sword. After seeing him in the Champion's outfit, the two got along like they were brothers.
    • Feeling awful about what the Red Archer servant has been through before her ascension, the catgirl brought to Rex's attention reminded him a lot of Nia. She had somewhat of a similar attitude with how some of her replies could be dripping with sass much like his friend who also was part-human and part-feline.
  • Pyra/Mythra being the Aegis are vital components of the Architect's work who is in fact the benevolent half of Zanza. After giving life to the world of Alrest, the Titans, the Aegis along with Malos, and other forms of life were meant to serve as his atonement for the crimes he's committed in his old world. Rex and Pyra had learned the intentions of Klaus even feeling sad that he was now gone, but Zansa still refused to budge on his viewpoint about the world and humans making it clear he was still their enemy.
    • Pyra keeps to her namesake by mainly utilizing fire instead of light giving her an edge when it comes to cooking in a kitchen, but it also provides a warm fire at night along with heat in cold places that Rex along with his other companions appreciated during their journey.
    • Shulk wasn't sure how Rex or Pyra would feel upon meeting him considering he was Zanza for a brief period of time however, the both of them didn't see him as some almighty deity or wielder of the Monado but merely as a fellow warrior of the people, and Pyra wanted to cook a nice dinner for everyone.
    • After talking with Dunban, a fellow and personal friend of Shulk her mind couldn't help but think back to Mòrag who was once an enemy who eventually joined their cause of reaching Elysium. Dunban hoped to meet the driver of the Mor Ardain empire one day for a friendly duel between warriors.
    • Fi was surprised to learn how animated Pyra was in terms of emotions, She hoped to learn how to express herself indicating it would have an 89% chance of befriending new deities in the pantheon.
  • Being the other half of Pyra, she utilizes light instead of fire in her powers during combat. Mythra is also capable of utilizing Artifice as well during a battle.

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Lesser Gods

    Commander Rourke 
Commander Lyle Tiberius Rourke, God of Plot-Based Photograph Obfuscation (Commander Rourke)
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    Perseus 
Perseus, God of Those Who Were Given Gifts by the Gods ((Proto-)Rider)
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'Proto'-Rider 
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Medusa's Head
  • Theme Song: Perseus
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Going Berserk When Messing with His Mother, Rescuing His Mother and Wife, Guile Hero, Nice Guy, Chosen by the Gods, Momma's Boy,
  • Domains: Heroes, Royalty, Family
  • Allies: Hercules, Odysseus, Percy Jackson, Harry Potter, Clark Kent, Peter Parker, Zuko, Ichigo Kurosaki, Alex Mason
  • Enemies: Medusa, Kraken, Kratos, Ares, Both Hades, Scylla
  • Opposed by: Rider/Medusa
  • Oppose: The Greek Gods, any sea monsters, King Kong
  • Perseus, the hero who slayed Medusa. He was able to accomplish this feat with his wits and the gifts bestowed to him by the Gods. Those gifts consisted of an adamantine sword (Zeus), the Cloak of Invisibility (Hades), a pair of winged sandals (Hermes), and a bronze shield (Athena). He was also given a knapsack to contain Medusa's head.
    • There's a bit of a dispute on Perseus' gift and how they were use or even what they look like. Some believe that his sword was actually harpe (sickle). Others have said that he never use his shield to deflect Medusa's gaze but used it as a sort of sonar/radar to detect her movements. They also said that his kibisis (knapsack) was special and was some kind of sealing device. It could also conjure up a literal mirror world and that it was use to reflect Medusa's gaze. Even his cloak has been said to be either a helmet or a mask.
    • Perseus also owns another gift from the gods; the Lightning Sword which came from his father, Zeus. It can channels Perseus' latent lightning abilities.
  • When Perseus ascended to the pantheon, the already ascended Gorgons had very different opinions on him, both not positive. For Medusa, there's nothing but absolutely hatred and she would gladly turn him into stone if she had the chance. For Rider, she sees him as nothing more then a brat. She went as far as calling him a "successful Shinji Matou". Also, both of the Gorgons didn't like that he named his daughter after their slaying.
    • On a related note, Perseus does own his own Medusa's head. For some strange reason, his has the face of Rider but with regular snake hair. There is talks about him donating it to The Great Treasury.
    • After researching further about this 'Shinji Matou', Perseus was... not that impressed. He admitted that maybe before the slaying of his Medusa, he might not fit the 'hero' creds, but afterwards, he learned on how to be a genuine hero and actually became one. This was why he was able to manifest as his own Rider form and bids his time in the Throne of Heroes in case a certain Chaldea wants his help. Beforehand, he has fought with Arthur Pendragon over the fate of someone he considered almost equal to his wife Andromeda; the boy called Aro Isemi. The next time the issue was brought up, he has prepared a reply: "You should try meeting this hero called Jason."
    • With that, he also became rather unnerved that he became not so different from that Medusa, since she also had someone she absolutely cared; Sakura Matou. And she seemed to adopt a 'kill-on-sight' policy on him. Perseus would defend himself when necessary, but if by some reason Medusa decided to play dirty and then target Aro or Andromeda... hoo boy. Perseus would consider dropping the heroic act and going on offensive.
    • They also tend to argue who gets to ride the Bellerophon pegasus.
  • While the exploits of some Greek Heroes haven't age well to modern viewers, some have viewed Perseus' as being heroic. The reason why he even hunted Medusa was because he didn't want his mom to marry an evil King. Not only that, when he saw Andromeda, his future wife, about to be eaten by a sea monster, he used Medusa's head to turn it to stone. And afterwards, he chewed out her parents for even letting her be chained up and made a sacrifice.
    • Perseus is also a rarity in that he was Happily Married to his wife until their death. Many were surprise considering how many Greek Heroes fool around when they were married. He actually found camaraderie with Odysseus who also loved his wife and wanting nothing more then be reunited with her.
  • Even though Perseus was given gifts by the gods to help in his quest, lately, Perseus has started to lose faith in the Greek Gods and see them as the jerks they are. This lost faith was most likely the result of battling his brother Ares and uncle Hades.
    • He is, however, close to his fellow demigods family. They include his half brother and great grandson Hercules who also saw the errors in the gods. He is also close to his "cousin" Percy Jackson and was honored that the modern demigod was named after him. He also found it funny that when the two speak Japanese, they sort of sound the same.
  • As a slayer of a sea monster, Perseus is very cautious around the ones found in the Pantheon. This is especially true for the Kraken who he did face. He was perplexed at its appearance of a giant squid since the one he fought looked quite different and fearsome.
  • An alternate version of Perseus once fought against Kratos for the right to see the Fates so he could save Andromeda. Many have theorized that the reason why she died was because there was no Medusa to take her head since Kratos already had it. Either way, this Perseus isn't so keen on the Ghost of Sparta.
  • While a great hero, Perseus is foremost a Momma's Boy. Though, it's not good to use it as a insult. He did use Medusa's Head on Polydectes, the king who tried to force himself on Danae, Perseus' mother.
    • He found other deities who are very protective of their mothers. They include Superman, Spider-Man, Zuko and Ichigo Kurosaki.
  • Just like Rider, Perseus owns his own version of Bellerophon, a reign that can be used on nearly any phantasm beast. And just like Rider's, he used it to command his own version of Pegasus. Which is funny since the Pegasus is Medusa's child.
  • Owns a mechanical owl name Bubo whose appearance is base on Athena's own owl. There are some who consider it an annoyance despite it being essential to Perseus succeeding in his quest.
  • Became close friends with Harry Potter since both were given gifts to help in their adventures. Harry even owns his own Cloak of Invisibility.
  • Was at first weirded out when he first met Alex Mason. That's because not only did he sounded like Perseus, he even looked a bit like him as well. After getting to know him, however, that weirdness has lessen and the two have become allies.
  • Is not so keen on King Kong. Might be because Perseus was reminded of a bit of the sea beast that attacked Andromeda.

    The Six Sages 
Rauru, Saria, Darunia, Ruto, Impa, and Nabooru, Celestial Party of Plot-Progression Objects (Rauru: Gaebora, Spoiler Owl | Saria: Salia | Darunia: Goron Chief | Ruto: Zora Princess)
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Top-to-Bottom, Left-to-Right: Rauru, Saria, Darunia, Ruto, Impa, and Nabooru
Kaepora Gaebora 
Nabooru as an Iron Knuckle 
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: Their Respective Medallions
    • Rauru: His Owl Form's Facial Markings when shown Upside-Down
    • Saria: The Fairy Ocarina
    • Darunia: The Goron Ruby
    • Ruto: The Zora Sapphire
    • Nabooru: The Silver Gauntlets
  • Theme Songs: Chamber of Sages
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (Rauru, Darunia, and Impa), Neutral Good (Saria and Ruto), Chaotic Good (Nabooru)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Sages, Guardians, Authority, Races, Companionship, Good
  • Heralds: Makar, Laruto, Fado, The Seven Maidens, The Light Spirits and Ancient Sages
    • Saira: Her fellow Kokiri
    • Darunia: His fellow Gorons, including his Son
    • Ruto: Her fellow Zoras, including her Father
    • Nabooru: Her fellow Gerudo
  • Superior: Princess Zelda
  • Allies:
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: The Dovahkiin
  • Enemies:
  • Opposes: Teostra and Lunastra (Darunia)
  • Odd Friendship: Orion (Saria), Namor (Ruto)
  • On Speaking Terms With: Pamela Isely/Poison Ivy (Saria)
  • Varying Relationship: The Fortress Dwarves (Darunia)
  • The land of Hyrule is one of prosperity and diversity, with several races coming together to represent their homeland, regardless of their differing societies, ethics, and understanding of the world. That said, while familiar, neither of these races was fully united with one another, that is until destiny called for the Hero of Time to be appointed to side with the then-princess of Hyrule, Zelda, to fight against the King of Evil and reincarnation of Demise, Ganondorf Dragmire. Unfortunately, by the time they were needed, Hyrule had fallen into despair and darkness by Ganondorf's machinations under seven years, but the efforts partook by the aforementioned hero, Link, eventually paid off as he ventured throughout the corrupted Hyrule and freed each part of the land from Ganon's control. In doing so, he awakened a figure that he knew personally as a child as someone who would take it up for themselves to represent their race as well as protect their home and the Sacred Realm, the Sages. These included Saria, a Kokiri and childhood friend of Link's, Darunia, a Goron leader who saw Link as a blood brother, Ruto, princess of the Zoras who was saved by Link and jokingly expressed a desire to marry him, Impa, Zelda personal attendant and a Sheikah who was among the first to trust and support Link, and Nabooru, a Gerudo and Ganon's second-in-command who went against her leader's desires and decided to help Link in besting him. The head of the sages was Rauru, a Hylian and one of the last of the ancient sages who encountered and mentored Link under the guise of an owl named Kaepora Gaepora as well as entrusted him with finding and freeing the other five sages. Together, they worked together with Link and Zelda to defeat Ganon and save Hyrule, forever cementing themselves as important parts of their world's history and beings of reverence.
  • Due to their newfound occupation, the sages were forced to accept that they were chosen to look after and protect Hyrule with the penalty that they would have to sever any time they can have been in the land itself. Ultimately, they were never coming back to any acquaintances or loved ones they had, even after they made sure that Ganon was defeated and sealed. That said, they were recognized for their deeds and were commemorated just like Link and Zelda were for their contribution to saving Hyrule, ensuring that would be remembered for generations to come... until Ganondorf broke free from his seal and without a savior, the Gods were forced to drown Hyrule underwater with a great flood, creating the great seas, as well as Hyrule, Ganondorf, and everything related, the sages included, to be forgotten over the years. No one knows what really happened to them after their experience with Link, though it's likely they died naturally during their natural lives. This is only in the Adult Timeline; it is possible that Link would continue to keep in contact with the Sages as long as he could in the Child Timeline.
  • Their ascension into the Pantheon came as a response signal once Ganon began to make far grander preparations into the Pantheon and Link and Zelda were needy of allies around that time. Through their call to prayer and aid, five of the six sages responded and made their presence known to the Pantheon as soon as possible. Due to the dire situation involving Ganon, they were unable to properly learn about the new world they descended upon and were forced to help Link in thwarting Ganon during an intense battle, forcing the King of Evil to retreat. Having known them for a long time, Link was thankful for their aid, though Zelda, being their formal leader, told them to relax and to allow them to immerse themselves into the Pantheon for now. While they are guardians, Zelda assured that there are several in the new world that are dedicated to protecting the Pantheon and that the sages all earned a moment where they could relax and either explore or dwell freely and peacefully as they wished. The sages complied and were happy to listen, with the exception of Rauru, who respected Zelda's actions but chose to instead continue to look out for her, Link, and the Sages, believing that as the last of the original sages, he still wants to uphold his duty, to which Zelda accepted.
  • Given how different the Pantheon is in comparison to Hyrule, the Sages are a lot more relaxed in the former, especially when they were told by Zelda that Ganon has far more goes and there are several figures who are dedicated to fighting for good. Considering how many friends and close ones they have, it certainly seemed like a blessing that they can find time to hang out with them, as well as Link and Zelda, with Saria and Ruto being excited to venture out to further forests and watery bodies rather than just their own native homes in Hyrule, Darunia to be happy about how his race has persevered throughout the ages whilst feeling sympathetic about the other races withering away due to several reasons, and Nabooru being interested in any opportunity to prove herself a worthy thief and leader whilst upholding honorable values and ethics. Impa, the only sage who wasn't ascended with the other five as she was already in the Pantheon, and Rauru, on the other hand, are the ones most dedicated to being active when it comes to opposing evil, though it's mainly because of just how devoted they are to defending Zelda and Hyrule. Overall, while still devoted to Hyrule and its safety, they've taken the Pantheon seriously as well, aware that alongside making new friends, they are likely to be making additional enemies as well.
  • One of the first figures the Sages found admiration and respect towards were the Fellowship of the Ring, given that their journey to stop a great evil, namely Sauron, as well as them encountering many who would support the Fellowship in their journey and struggles, were pretty relatable with Link's not to mention Aragorn and Zelda, being co-guardians of the House of Royalty, were already pretty good friends before the Sages ascended. From there, both parties expressed curiosity in learning about one another and despite several differences, the fact that they chose to do good in spite of them having racial differences were enough for them to become well-acquainted with each other, with Legolas being interested to explore Kokiri Forest and the Lost Woods while Gimli was eager to see if the dwarves can settle in Death Mountain, claiming that volcanos aren't something to be deterred by for them. On the other hand, Saria got to learn about Fangorn Forest from the group and was quick to visit the place under supervision, befriending Treebeard and the Ents due to them being forest guardians and Treebeard being impressed by Saria's compassion and her desire to see the Ents, Kokiri, and Koroks join together to represent a harmonious unity of Plant People.
    • Of course, given what they managed to learn from Middle-earth, the sages were very quick to be in high alert from the threats that terrorized those lands, most particularly Sauron and Melkor as their mighty power and fear is similar to that of Ganon's and they've expressed worry about the fact that they are willing to target Hyrule for conquest, especially given that Ganondorf himself is one of Melkor's Four Horsemen. Though, oddly enough, the sages have more conflict against Sauron due to Melkor having to deal with other matters against other heroes and rival villains while Sauron has partaken the opportunity to be more engaged and active in direct battle. Despite no longer being under his master's services, the Lord of the Rings still desires to tear Hyrule asunder so that he can impose his own order upon the world, and given how he governed Modern and the treatment of his own allies, the sages are adamant in fighting back. Saria also personally condemns Sauron and, by extension, Saruman, for his act of tearing down Fangorn Forest to make way for industrializing his orcs to convert them into Uruk-hai for war, which meant that several plants and the forest's inhabitants, the Ents included would be endangered. On the other hand, Sauron thinks little of the sages, choosing to focus his wrath on Link and Zelda instead whereas Saruman is not above smiting Saria if she ever dares to confront him.
  • While the sages treasure the Master Sword for being the Blade of Evil's Bane as well as Link's primary weapon, they were keen enough to also see if there were swords of similar nature in the Pantheon. Alas, they stumbled across the fabled Sword Calibur, which was a sentient sword that desired order and the opposition of Soul Edge above all else. Despite its outward benevolence to the point where the sages were once convinced the blade sought a noble purpose, Soul Calibur was, in truth, unfettered and unforgiving in its desire and anybody who disagrees with its beliefs or sides with Chaos, regardless of their alignment, should be destroyed. Link himself was no stranger to Soul Edge either, having battled its physical manifestations, Nightmare, and Inferno, before, and even he became wary of Soul Calibur's actual nature, with him, Zelda, and the sages choosing to stand in opposition against both swords as they think they're too extreme in their goals. Soul Calibur simply sees said opposition as a disappointment whereas Soul Edge views the eight as nothing but cattle for slaughter. Of course, the sages and their allies focus their enmity more on Soul Edge due to its openly destructive desires and nature, though they did find some allies to support, including Siegfried, Sophitia, Cassandra, Hilde, Kilik, Xianghua, and Maxi, for being willing to fight for what they think is right. In particular, the sages took an interest in Cassandra as she ended up traveling back in time to prevent a Bad Future from happening, much like Link when he picked up the Master Sword and went into a deep slumber for 7 years, waking up just in time to vanquish Ganon's evil influence throughout Hyrule.
  • The Warhammer World, despite its many differences and its bleak nature and strife, was still a place that the sages felt confident about visiting. It helped that Link and Zelda were able to get in the good graces of The Empire and become allies with their rulers, Karl Franz and Sigmar Heldenhammer as well as taking up arms to protect what remains of Bretonnia until one of its inhabitants ascends in the Pantheon. That said, there's not much luck in allies as most of the beings they've encountered have been hostile. For one, Malekith, despite his pitiful past and circumstances as well as being a little better than before his ascension, was the antithesis of a good monarch that Zelda represented, though the Witch-King only sees the sages as tertiary adversaries and only really sees Link and Zelda as actual threats to the point where he commends the former for his swordsmanship, reputation, and feats. The sages were terrified to learn of Archaon, mainly because of his relentlessness in his goals as well as being successful in achieving them. The fact that Archaon has no compunctions about destroying his own world as well as others to validate his misanthropic nihilism and seeing the sages as delusional and hopeless for believing in what he thinks is a wasteful belief only furthers the sextet's enmity towards him.
    • On the other hand, Saria and Darunia were able to find some sort of personal company in the Warhammer World. For the former, she was able to befriend Orion, King of the Wood Elves and God of the Hunt, simply because she was a denizen of the forest, meant no harm, and even extended an offer for the Wood Elves to open up and start accepting others into their forests of Athel Loren. Per usual of his race's territorial nature, Orion declined the acceptance offer, albeit outside of those attuned to nature, but respected Saria's open-minded and kind-hearted nature. He even found interest in listening to her playing the ocarina and finding the music rather soothing for him and his kind. As a gesture of the two of them being on good terms, the Kokiri and Koroks are allowed in Athel Loren, though Orion is still reluctant to allow the other sages in his homeland. Though considering Link being a humble hero and Zelda wanting to have Hyrule be represented by all of her land's races on an equal note and on peaceful terms, the King of the Wood Elves might consider having the duo come to his forests at some point. Darunia, on the other hand, became well-accustomed with the Dwarfs, with the fact that they and the Goron share various quirks like being mountain dwellers, representing strength, and having a business in mining allowed the Goron chieftain to endear himself with the other race quite quickly. He and Thorgrim Grudgebearer, in addition to becoming friends, also want to make sure that their races can work well together to promote racial working relationships in the Pantheon, though, considering the dwarfs' obsession with revenge, Darunia has been making sure to be careful about upsetting them.
  • While their worlds are very different from one another Hyrule very much enjoys a good relationship with the Mushroom Kingdom, primarily because not only do they have a royal monarch who is loved and appreciated by most but also have a hero who has gone down in history as their most celebrated figure. Of course, the sages would respect Mario, Peach, and their closest friends while Mr. Nintendo was delighted to visit Hyrule either as a simple visitor or as a racing competitor. The sages remind Mario of a few collective figures who have helped him throughout his stories, namely the Star Spirits, which helped in him being endeared by their many quirks and traits alongside being revered for their contribution to protecting Hyrule. Of course, Bowser became a figure of enmity due to sharing Ganon's nature of being unabashedly evil, but the Koopa King doesn't really hold any animosity towards them, simply seeing them as adversaries he'd have to fight. Unlike Ganon, Bowser can be a good sport towards them, being open to the idea of competing against Darunia for a sumo wrestling match after hearing how Gorons have an interest in said sport or betting them to race against him, even if those odds are very unlikely.
  • They also found interest in the world of Tamriel and its many races and locales, with Darunia finding great intrigue towards the mountain mines and settlements left behind by the Dwemer as well as Rauru being willing to learn about the many deities and beings that are revered and spoken greatly of there. Of course, the sages were quickly told to be alert of Alduin, whose destructive power, hubris, and malice was reminiscent of that of Ganon's and they knew they needed to fight the dragon to defend Tamriel. There was a potential ally in the Dovahkiin who, much like Link, was a being prophesied to stop a great evil from laying waste to the world, that being Alduin, who despite his role in having to destroy the world to lead the way of having it be reborn, decided to instead conquer it to assert his dominance and evil. Unfortunately, unlike most other heroic figures, the Dovahkiin turned out to be unscrupulous and uncompromising a lot of the time. He personally doesn't mind the sages and even allows them to help him, but they think the Dovahkiin's insistent need to kill dragons is rather excessive and he needs to rein it down, something that's been difficult to do so. Even then, the sages ended up having a tense working relationship with the Dragonborn, affirming that while he is a hero, his own flaws and inherently violent nature are something he needs to work on and improve on.
  • Being part of a race that is eternally stunted to be a child and cannot grow up, Saria does get some form of melancholy as this was one of the reasons Link had to leave her and the Kokiri, despite their close friendship, though, they may have contributed to remain in contact if her own song is of any indication. That, and being a guardian of the forest meant that she had to take up a number of responsibilities that were a lot for anybody, let alone a forever child. Fortunately, with the Pantheon offering her a less stressful and peaceful time, Saria was able to take up the opportunity to see if she can make new friends in these new realms. To her delight, she met Peter Pan, whose appearance as well as his companionship with Tinkerbelle were incredibly reminiscent of the Kokiri race. Pan expressed excitement over seeing someone biologically similar to him and offered to be a friend to Saria in the hopes that he can also fly by to her Domain and have fun, which she accepted. Tinkerbelle herself also came to appreciate the Kokiri, though her occasionally bossy and temperamental nature has allowed for a few wacky events, much to Saria's chagrin.
    • Being a guardian of the forests and being happy that the Koroks would continue her legacy in some way, Saira also became well-acquainted with beings associated with such or are floral in their physiology, such as the Toads and Swamp-Thing, who have expressed their support for the Kokiri girl and have wished her to make the most out of her time in the Pantheon, with Swamp-Thing, in particular, being fiercely protective of Saria as her not being a combatant means he would want to make sure she doesn't get into trouble due to her nature as a safe, though Saria affirms that she's fine either way. To the surprise of many, herself included, she's even befriended Poison Ivy for their attunement to nature. Saria admits to being a bit creeped out by Ivy's ferocity and reputation as a supervillainess, but Ivy herself, despite her flaws, doesn't like to harm children, and with Saria being that, in addition to representing nature and being an ancestor to a race of diminutive Plant People, she has quite the soft spot for her, allowing the Kokiri to come by her domain at any time. Saria only wishes that Ivy hopefully changes for the better, but her cynicism is something that's hard to convince, which worries the younger girl.
  • As a water guardian as well as being a part of royalty, Ruto saw herself meeting and befriending a couple of deities who were similar to her, namely Ariel, King Triton, Melody, Aquaman, Undyne, and Rikuo, and all of them sometimes gather together to discuss any events and ideas on what is going on with the waters as well as what they can do. Ruto is honestly eager to help out, though her brash nature has been compared to that of Ariel's on occasion, which is probably why the two tend to be closer confidants than one would expect, as well as finding Triton rather funny for reminding Ruto of her own father. As a survivor of her kind getting frozen, she could relate to Rikuo's former nature of being lonely and despondent and is happy to learn that he found a mate and got a happy ending at some point, and sees Aquaman and Undyne as fun people to hang out and compete against, with the two of them being impressed by Ruto's aquatic prowess. Thanks to her reputation, the Zoras have managed to be welcomed in Atlantis and Atlantica as a sign of goodwill, and Ruto wishes this can be held for as long as possible, wanting her kind to heal and thrive after having been frozen by Ganon for seven years. That said, she's come to dislike the Sea King for his brutal and savage nature as well as his motivation for wanting to terrorize others, though, to her dismay, he's actually attracted to her, which ends up with her simply having to blurt out that he's not her type and would much rather prefer someone like Link.
  • Since Ganon's exile and imprisonment, Nabooru has taken measures to lead the Gerudo to a more respectful and cooperative direction, and is happy to learn that her kind would eventually continue thriving, though this is certain for only one possible timeline. While still a thief and dwelling in the deserts, Nabooru has made it clear her targets are not-so-innocent people and makes a point to not harm or kill innocents. As a result, she's made good friends with fellow thieves like Carmen Sandiego, Catwoman, and Nami, who have all had extensive careers as thieves, and Nabooru was admittedly impressed by what they had achieved. Ever since Link proved himself worthy and made the Gerudo more open about males, though still territorial towards them, Nabooru had a high opinion towards Cassim for being a master thief and having a great sense of honor and respect to the point that he would even invite her for some good conversations about their experience. She considered reaching out to Cassim's son, Aladdin due to his own history of being a thief to make up for his status as a beggar, she's alright with him now pursuing a royal lifestyle and decided that Cassim's desires for his son matter more.

Demigods

    General Rokurōta, Princess Yuki, Tahei and Matashichi 
General Rokurōta Makabe, Princess Yuki, Tahei and Matashichi, Deified Representatives of MacGuffin Escort Missions
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From left to right: Matashichi, Tahei, Yuki, and Rokurōta
  • Demideities (Rokurōta and Yuki) and Quasideities (Tahei and Matashichi)
  • Symbol: The Akizuki crescent
  • Theme Song: “The Hidden Fortress - Main Theme”
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (Rokurōta), Chaotic Good (Princess Yuki), Chaotic Neutral (Tahei and Matashichi)
  • Portfolio: Live-Action Escort Mission
  • Domains: Escort, Adventure, Samurai
  • Allies: Sanjuro, the Seven Samurai, Ashitaka, Nathan Algren, Therion of the Eight Travellers, Good-aligned Star Wars deities (particularly Obi-Wan Kenobi, Qui-Gon Jinn, and Princess Leia Organa), Merida, The Fellowship of the Ring (particularly Frodo Baggins), WALL•E and EVE, Link
  • Rivals: Heishiro Mitsurugi (Rokurōta)
  • Enemies: Evil-aligned deities in the Houses of Thieves and Piracy, Wario, Fred C. Dobbs
  • Complicated Relations: C-3PO and R2-D2 (Tahei and Matashichi)
  • Headbutting Heroes with: San (Princess Yuki)
  • Vitriolic Best Buds with: Miguel and Tulio (Tahei and Matashichi)
  • In feudal Japan, two greedy peasants, Tahei and Matashichi, were returning home from a failed attempt to profit from a war between neighboring clans. En route, they cross paths with the remnants of the defeated Akizuki tribe that notably consists of General Rokurōta Makabe and Princess Yuki, who needed to escape into allied territory with their large supply of gold to rebuild their shattered clan (although the two peasants were unaware of their status when they first encounter them). To do this the peasants are tricked into helping them, with the promise that they will receive a large share of the gold when the destination is reached. Along the way, the General's prowess is put to the test as he must guide the four, and later five with the inclusion of a freed slave, through close encounters with the pursuing enemy, and out of difficult situations the bumbling peasants manage to get them into. In the end, the two peasants were rewarded with one piece of ryō while the rest of the gold would be used for Yuki’s territory.
  • A while after those events occurred, Tahei and Matashichi were still wandering down the road, though still with the piece of gold, when they came across a ronin named Sanjuro, who was walkin the opposite path. The two peasants were initially confused, thinking that the ronin was Rokurōta, asking why he is here for them. The ronin doesn’t care for their questions, dragging them with him. When they reached their destination, which is the Pantheon’s Main House, they ended up seeing Rokurōta and Yuki, who were also brought into the House. It turns out that they were brought because of their escort mission back in their world.
  • Of course, Sanjuro wouldn’t be the only samurai that the four would encounter in the Pantheon as he introduced them to a few others. For the most part, they are on good terms with the Seven Samurai, respecting their decision to defend a peasant village from a group of bandits, although Kambei sometimes gets annoyed by the two peasants. Nathan Algren is also on good terms with the gang, having mutual respect with Yuki and Rokurōta due to their higher standing in society and the latter, well, being a samurai. The two also train together from time to time. Algren also respects Matashichi and Tahei for helping the princess, but finds some of their antics to be a little annoying.
    • At times, Rokurōta would find himself being challenged in a duel with Heishiro Mitsurugi, a ronin who above all else, desires a good fight. Usually, the fights involve either swords or lances, but in the end, they do have some respect towards each other.
  • Princess Yuki was interested in befriending San as she does admire San enjoying a lot of freedom for a girl living in her time, what with her being raised by wolves. However, San does not share this interest as she hates humans, let alone those of the noble class if her experience with such people back in her home world suggests anything, though at the very least she would come to admire Yuki’s bravery. That admiration was shared by Ashitaka, whom Yuki would be on better terms with, especially taking note of the prince’s combat skills and his ability to help end a conflict between two warring sides. Yuki also gets along with Merida due to her being another rebellious princess and has taken up archery training because of her.
  • One of several deities whom Tahei and Matashichi actually got along with is Therion, who had a similar situation as he was tasked in retrieving the remaining Dragonstones in exchange for the removal of the Fool’s Bangle. At times, the two peasants would even partner with the thief whenever they’re not with their respective groups.
  • Given that their film ended up serving as one of the inspirations for a certain story from a galaxy far, far away, it would be a matter of time before the four would meet up with several deities from the Star Wars universe. In particular, Yuki seems to get along well with Leia Organa given their Rebellious Princess attitude as well as both of them having their respective home territories destroyed. Similarly, Rokurōta is on decent terms with Obi-Wan Kenobi and Qui-Gon Jinn given that the two are Jedi masters (who are pretty much space samurai), not to mention Qui-Gon accompanying and protecting Queen Amidala in disguise, similar to Rokurōta with Yuki. Meanwhile, the two peasants were surprised with a few similarities between them and C-3PO and R2-D2. At best, Tahei, Matashichi, C-3PO, and R2 would tolerate each other out of necessity, but 3PO finds himself easily offended by their crude attitude, notably with several times the two peasants have tried to dismantle the robots to get at the metal inside, only to get caught and scolded by the others.
  • While we’re on the subject of robots, the group also met up with and are on good terms with Wall-E and EVE considering that it’s the latter's mission to bring back a plant sample to scan within the Axiom spaceship so that they can go home. Although like with C-3PO and R2-D2, Tahei and Matashichi tried to dismantle Wall-E in the hopes of getting some valuable metal, only for EVE to intervene. Also on good terms with the Fellowship of the Ring as well as Link given that they were also tasked in escorting a particular object (in the former’s case, Frodo was tasked in taking a corruptible object like the Ring to Mount Doom in the hopes of destroying it).
  • At times, the group would stumble across various evil-aligned deities that reside in the subhouses of Thieves and Piracy; many who are willing to steal whatever object the four are tasked with escorting at the moment. If gold was ever involved, there’s a chance that Wario would try to obtain it for himself, as would Fred C. Dobbs, whom even Tahei and Matashichi find to be a little too avaricious. Sure, they can be greedy and bickering, but they do care for each other every now and then as opposed to Dobbs given his unpleasant and downright paranoid. Fortunately, Rokurōta is usually around to defend his gang against such threats.
  • Another pair of deities that Tahei and Matashichi came across when they were away from Yuki and Rokurōta are Miguel and Tulio. The two duos are surprised with how much common ground they share, particularly with their shared roles of being Those Two Guys involved in an adventure in hopes of obtaining gold. Although they do get along well, the two peasants can at times be jealous of the gold that Miguel and Tulio successfully obtained from El Dorado and would try to obtain a decent portion of it from behind their backs.

Quasideities

    Angela Sheehan 
Angela Sheehan, Goddess of Companion Cubes
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her local church's Baby Jesus statue
  • Theme Song: Angela's Song by Dolores O'Riordan, A Place in Your Heart by Lucy O'Connell and Brendan Mullins (Reprisal by Allie Sherlock)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Keeps a Stolen Baby Jesus Statue for one Christmas Eve and Interacts with it as if it's a Real Person, Feisty and Determined in her Goals, Redheaded and Impulsive yet Ultimately Compassionate, Plucky Girl, Youthful Freckles, Wants to Ensure Everyone she Cares About is Happy for Christmas, Adorably Precocious Child, Father Abandoned her and her Family to go to Australia but Reunites and Reconciles with her Five Years Later after making a Christmas Wish
  • Domains: Christmas, Belief, Children, Family, Compassion
  • High Priest: Chuck Noland
  • Heralds: Her Mother and Father, Tom and Pat (her older brothers), Aggie (her younger sister), Dorothy and her Parents, Mrs. Blake, Father Creagh, Mr. McGinty, and most of the Population of Limerick she's Encountered.
  • Allies: Santa Claus, Nicholas Saint North, Mrs. Claus, Gin, Hana, Miyuki, Eve Santaclaus, Hijiri Mochizuki, Jack Skellington, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, Jack Frost, Toothiana, Bunnymund, Gon Freecss, Littlefoot, Bron, Yui Hirasawa, Hallie Parker, Annie James, George Bailey, Rango, Annie, Pollyanna Whittier
  • On Good Terms With: Ebenezer Scrooge, The Ghosts of Christmas, The Grinch, Kevin McCallister
  • Opposes: Robot Santa Claus, SCP-4666, Damien Thorn
  • Avoids: The Weeping Angels
  • In the city of Limerick, Ireland in 1914, there resided a family of five known as the Sheehans, consisting of a mother and her four children; Tom, Pat, Angela, and Aggie, with each of them having a usual close and loving, if a little bratty relationship with one another, especially when it came to Angela and Pat. One night on Christmas Eve, the Sheehans attended a local church sermon where Angela happened to catch a glimpse of a naked Baby Jesus statue. Seeing how it was cold and the statue wasn't wearing any clothing, which she took to see the statue as feeling cold and fragile, Angela took to convincing her mother that she missed something in the church and proceeded to steal the Baby Jesus statue without anyone noticing, albeit with a broken button from her trenchcoat. Whilst returning home, Angela decided to have a conversation with the statue on a number of occasions, mumbling about how once they're back, she'll keep him warm and cozy before returning him back to the church the day after. Although she returned safely, albeit with the statue having noticeable damage to the skull via a throw, she was caught by Pat, who insisted on forcing Angela to give the statue back, though their mother decided to put them into solace by narrating the day Angela was born. The family then decided to return the Baby Jesus statue together, although they were caught by Father Creagh, who was willing to punish Angela by imprisonment, only to be stopped and reasoned by a guard, whom Angela befriended earlier, stating that it wouldn't be right to take a child away from their family. These turn of events were what allowed Angela to safely return the statue and keep on good terms with the church and the local community.
    • A year later, Angela and Pat overhear their mother planning a surprise Christmas gift, which inspired them to do the same thing via finding and reuniting with their father, who had gone to Australia five years ago and bringing him back to Ireland. They initially considered digging through the ground and boarding a train to Australia, though, along the way, they encountered a girl named Dorothy, who was willing to tag along with the siblings so that they could board a ship ride to where they presumed their father was, under the deal that medical help can also be provided to Mr. McGinty's who was due to give birth. Unfortunately, they were unable to make it in time and returned empty-handed. When their mother decided to have her children recite their Christmas wishes, it was there where her surprise gift was revealed; to have their father turn up and reveal he had already made it back, resulting in a heartfelt reunion between a father and his separated family. With this, they were able to make a negotiation with Dorothy's parents about helping out Mr. McGinty, which turned out to be successful as by the end of it all, everyone was happy and fulfilled on Christmas Day.
  • Angela's Christmas story was a recently well-documented one in the Pantheon and many came to see her as one of the best children to embody and represent the Christmas spirit generally, with a general consensus that she would be a welcomed individual to be allowed into the Pantheon. Even if her actions hadn't occurred, she still would have ended up in Santa Claus's "Nice" list, though he was adamant in believing that Angela had more than proven herself to earn his attention and approval. Making a deal with Cosmos and the Court of the Gods, Santa prepared a collection of gifts to the Sheehan family, with the best one reserved for Angela. Although a little late, considering it was a late gift for Boxing Day 1915, the Sheehans were generally happy with what they got. The best gift, which Angela took to seeing soon after its delivery, came in two letters; one was a personal message from Santa Claus himself praising the girl for her acts and compassion, which made her and her siblings overjoyed about the fact that Santa really existed. The second letter was a bit confusing to Angela, especially reading about how she was now to take part in a new world called the Trope Pantheons as a representative, with her family and friends being included as heralds. Glad to see that they're still together, Angela's parents encouraged their daughter to go ahead and make them proud. Since then, Angela has been happy with the fact that she's been given an opportunity to visit and explore a whole new world with her loved ones.
  • Angela is a girl of a relatively simplistic upbringing and household, so the idea of the Pantheon felt incredibly fantastical to her, even compared to a lot of other ordinary figures who came along as deities. She was initially skeptical over much of what the Pantheon really offered and because she was an occupant in a different House, this meant that outside of her own personal domain, Angela had to commute to other Houses to visit special events of interest, something that, because of her precocious age and thinking, worries her considerably as her parents warned her that she would be stepping into a place that she's wholly unfamiliar with. On an additional note, even the company of her siblings might not be enough as they're just as defenseless as her if they ever were to venture unsupervised. Luckily for the family, Angela kept up an optimistic front and assured herself and her loved ones that they'll find new friends and have a great time, given that nearly everyone in the Pantheon somehow managed to find new companions from what she's heard.
  • One of the first places to catch Angela's attention was the House of Celebration, given that this was where Santa Claus would be in the Pantheon as well as the fact that this would be the usual central spot where Christmas would be celebrated in this new realm. Since some time had passed since their first meeting, Angela, at first, was yet to see the full spectacle of a Pantheonic Christmas Eve and Day, but she was surprised to learn that the place was a lot more whimsical and exciting than she ever imagined to be, no thanks to the noticeable presence of Christmas Elves and reindeers that trotted around the House during snowtime. Alongside Santa, Angela also came to learn about a few other Christmas figures, such as Nicholas Saint North, and quickly got along with him as Nicholas was endeared by the girl's sweet nature and has made a point about visiting her presence every so often to provide aid and support for her family. She was also a bit surprised to see that Santa had a wife, the aptly named Mrs. Claus, who proved herself to be just as hospitable as her husband in welcoming Angela into her company.
    • She quickly came to meet and befriend the formerly neglected deer, Rudolph, simply for having a bright, red nose, something Angela and Pat saw as odd, yet neat-looking from their point of view. They did offer their condolences towards him for his rough childhood but were happy to see that not only has he earned respect and appreciation but he's also come to become a prized mount for Santa himself. Rudolph saw Angela as someone he found as a great person to hang out with, though he also viewed Pat as a bit annoying due to his insistence to let Rudolph fly with them. That said, he does respect Pat for being protective of his younger sister and for having a good heart, enough for him to be in Santa's "Nice List" and he will fulfill Pat's desire of flying with Santa and Rudolph on one Christmas in the Pantheon.
  • She's a firm believer in miracles occurring at Christmas and speculates that the Pantheon would be sure to have one of the most wonderful moments during the latter days of Christmas, as well as moments of blessings and comfort provided to the unfortunate and the needy. Angela's thoughts are justified by the stories of Gin, Hana, and Miyuki, a trio of homeless bums who found a newborn girl in the trash whilst rummaging for food scraps and decided to work on bringing the girl back to her family thanks to some strokes of Christmas luck, and the famous story of George Bailey, who after seeing a vision of how life would go on in his home of Bedford Falls without his presence, took it upon himself to fix the misfortunes of his loved ones and inspire his community info becoming more optimistic despite being oppressed by a selfish bank owner, though not without George making some personal sacrifices. These two stories proved to be quite captivating for Angela to hear, and they, in turn, liked her experience regarding the Baby Jesus statue and searching for her father. Gin, Hana, and Miyuki are open to allowing Angela to tag along and they would like to give her a glimpse of Tokyo at some point, while George sees the girl as a good example of a believer in Christmas due to Angela's optimistic nature and her need of trying to help out others in need, which is how she became well-favored by the four of them.
  • While generally beloved and respected towards Christmas-centered deities, Angela did come to quickly dislike two figures, and as it turns out, both of them are twisted, demented versions of Santa Claus. One of those was a robot whose mindset was warped to such an extent where it began to see everybody as being in Santa's "Naughty List", and with very very exceptions, this meant that he was to run around the Pantheon and gun down anyone he comes across as being "naughty", which Angela was, unfortunately, a part of. And then there was the mysterious anomaly known only as SCP-4666, who arrives on the ending days of December, Christmas included, and up until the first two days of January with the sole intent of killing families and kidnapping kids to work in factories in harsh labor and creating gifts in some of the most grotesque manners possible (as well as eating kids solely for sick kicks). Their background information was more than enough to give Angela and her family nightmares about them, though their new friends have made a point to comfort and look after them as well as making as many attempts to make sure Robot Santa Claus and SCP-4666 don't cause any more misery towards others in what is meant to be a joyous, festive day. Even so, Angela tends to stay wary during Christmas time, especially because of these two twisted Santas.
  • Another place that Angela took an interest in was the House of Religion and Faith, considering that she and her family were Christians and that the House was an open place in regards to accepting visitors who come to pray and take their vows based on their beliefs. Over there, it seems as if Angela is quite a popular figure there as her story with the Baby Jesus statue has been a story that's been told multiple times even before she ascended into the Pantheon. She has expressed a sort of happiness to learn that her tale has touched the hearts of many, though she doesn't want to overthink things too much either. It turns out that the House of Religion and Faith had, out of respect for Angela, crafted their own Baby Jesus statue at a specific spot where people could visit and pay their regards to. Much like the one in Limerick, Angela often commutes there to also talk to the House's Baby Jesus statue and talk about her experiences in the Pantheon as well as desiring to bring along the statue from her domain so, in her own words, the two can meet up and be friends. She chuckled a bit when she saw that the House's Baby Jesus statue had an elfish red and green sweater wrapped around it, thinking that it did make the statue look a little funny with how the Baby Jesus looks like an elf.
  • Angela became aware that there were a few figures who were related to Christmas that weren't exactly the nicest people, and initially tried to be careful with them. Even so, she wound up meeting them by chance, and from there, Angela realized that they used to be mean, but due to the influence of Christmas, have since strived to become better individuals than before. One such figure was Ebenezer Scrooge and Angela ended up reading his tale prematurely during her early days in the Pantheon. It took a while before she realized that he had a miserable experience in his childhood and was glad to see that he turned his life around by becoming a more charitable man. What Scrooge would have initially seen as a pesky brat instead wound up to be one of the best people in the Pantheon he could hang out with as Angela proved herself to be polite and charitable and even asked if she can provide some help for Scrooge during moments of charity. They've since kept on good terms with each other and Angela has been one of his most frequent visitors in the Pantheon, proving to be a helpful duo when it comes to helping others out of a desire to represent the Christmas Spirit.
    • On a similar note, she also learned and reached out to The Grinch, whose reasons for formerly hating Christmas wildly varied, though regardless, he wound up taking his past experiences more negatively than Scrooge did and tried to make an attempt at "stealing" Christmas. He did this by dressing up as Santa Claus and stealing every gift he could find. He succeeded, but the sight of seeing the Who family celebrate anyway caused him to have a change of heart and return the gifts, which made him welcomed by the Whos. Angela's optimistic and compassionate nature reminded The Grinch of Cindy Lou, which naturally made him endeared to her. Angela was initially skeptical of meeting up with him but quickly came to appreciate his genuine attempts at being a better individual than before. The Grinch himself was touched by Angela's story of the Baby Jesus statue and being reunited with her father, and generally allows her into his domain so that she and Pat can have some fun together, alongside playing along with his pet dog, Max. The Grinch is planning something for Christmas and he intends to invite Angela and Pat along, though he's been quite slow on what to exactly do with it.
  • Given her attachment to her family, Angela takes frequent visits to the House of Family and Relatives as it's proven itself to be among the safest Houses to visit in the Pantheon and that many there are more than welcome to accept new families, or at least individuals with strong ties to the concept, into their social circle. Of course, Pat had to rush things, much to Angela's dismay, running around and being over-excited about what the place had to offer, with Angela having to tell Pat to knock it off or else people would start to see them as pestering. Even so, there were more concerns regarding their father, as he had once left them to go to Australia to provide for himself and his family. While the full details remain disclosed only to Angela's father and a few others, most of the House is at least willing to accept that he did eventually come back on one Christmas Eve and that ever since then, he's been a recurring presence to Angela since. He's encouraged his daughter and son to give it a shot by singing a song for the audience, just like they did once in a pub. It took Angela and Pat a bit more motivation to sing, now that they had to do it towards a larger crowd. It proved lovely enough for the crowd to state that they should give the House of Musicality a try, and while Angela is eager to try it out, she's also a bit afraid, considering that she would have to perform towards an even larger crowd. Fortunately, her family and friends are doing their best to motivate her.
    • Speaking of the House of Musicality, Angela's strong association with Christmas quickly led to her catching the attention of a pair of Idol Singers, Eve Santaclaus, and Hijiri Mochizuki, who also had close ties to the winter festivity, given that most of their musical discography and their interests align with Christmas. The two singers were touched by Angela's story and they easily befriended the girl. Angela, on the other hand, was interested to learn about Eve and Hijiri's profession, given that she came from a setting where pop music, let alone Music Idols were yet to exist and she invited Dorothy for that matter. The two girls were soon interested and came to enjoy Eve and Hijiri's music after a few listens and since then, they've made a point to support their career in the Pantheon. The fact that Angela, as well as Pat, having a lovely singing voice didn't go unnoticed for Eve and Hijiri either and has expressed a desire for them to tag along for what can be described as a "duo duet", as awkward as it sounds. Angela and Pat are open to the idea, though Eve and Hijiri have stated that their job is actually a lot more intimidating than it looks and they are open to not doing it in case they feel stressed. Even so, the siblings make up for it by participating in a few singing lessons and karaoke with Eve and Hijiri.
  • While she has a strong association with families, this also correlates to the lack of a parental figure, or in Angela's case, fathers. Interestingly, this was a case since infancy as on the day she was born, Angela's father was arrested for trying to steal coal, and his motivation was because we wanted to provide warmth and comfort during the day his daughter was born. Of course, she's happy to be reunited with him ala a Christmas Miracle, but that doesn't stop Angela from encountering some individuals who've been through a similar situation. One such example was Gon Freecss, a boy who once wanted to become a Hunter, just like his father, Ging, and as a way to reunite with him after aging had left him to be raised by relatives. Needless to say, Angela was saddened to learn that upon their reunion, they didn't get along so well and she was disappointed by Ging's aloof and selfish nature. Even so, Gon states that it was alright, given that he and Going eventually made up for their distanced relationship and he and Angela quickly became friends as he was an excitable boy who tends to find ways to have fun with whatever company he's with during his free time and it helped that he and Angela could relate on something regarding family matters. He's happy to see that she and her dad are on good terms, and Angela finds Gin's way of thinking to be strange, yet quirky and interesting to observe.
    • She also connected with the Apatosaurs, Littlefoot and Bron, though the circumstances of their separation and their initially estranged relationship as father and son was a lot bleaker than Angela had imagined as Bron was away collecting food when Littlefoot was born and by the time he returned, their home was already destroyed by an Earthshake and he assumed Littlefoot died. Thankfully, when the two finally met, they didn't start off hating each other and they learned to bond and be thankful to each other for keeping in support. Angela found their story to be quite cute, if a little scary, considering just how much Littlefoot and Bron went through. Being unaware of what dinosaurs were, Littlefoot was open to introducing Angela to them generally and acts as a personal guide to specific types of dinosaurs whenever the two hang out. As usual, Pat is very open to getting himself invited and learning more about what Littlefoot has to offer. Though, amusingly, Angela realized that she and Pat could just visit a library in the House of Knowledge if they wanted to learn about dinosaurs generally, though the two did admit that it's a more fun learning experience when out in the wild, as dangerous as it is.
    • Hallie Parker and Annie James had to deal with living with only one parent and being unaware of the fact that they were twins for a good part of their childhood. Once they discovered their other parentage as well as their divorce, they worked on a plan to get their parents reunited and eventually came off successful. Their tale was an interesting one for Angela as they relied on using their similar appearances and quirks of one another to impersonate each other, and Angela found that quite amusing, figuring how it would feel like if she had a twin. Nevertheless, Hallie and Annie respected Angela's determined nature and were generally happy to hear that she would get back together with her father as well during Christmas Eve. Furthering this, they quickly got to get along and play with each other, with Angela being considerate to invite Tom, Pat, Aggie, and Dorothy to join along with Hallie and Annie whenever they're together, with permission from parents of course.
  • While many would think the idea of having regular conversations and treating an inanimate object would be seen as bizarre, a lot of people have had a heartwarming tale based on it, and a few were even in the Pantheon, before Angela's ascension. Being an eager child, she was open to making new friends and her talent in singing and visits to the House of Musicality bought her to Yui Hirasawa of Houkago Tea Time. It's here where Angela was first introduced to the idea of electric guitars and louder forms of music like Pop and Rock, but what caught Angela's attention was how Yui treated her Gibson Les Paul, whom she calls Giita like it's a person. Angela giggled at the fact, seeing how it was quite similar to her time with the Baby Jesus, and from there, she and Yui quickly got along, with the latter getting to appreciate the former's singing voice and encouraging her to meet the rest of Yui's band. Unfortunately, Angela isn't old enough to be having tea, which Houkago tend to have a lot in their spare time, though Yui being a Sweet Tooth means she has an alternative in getting Angela to try out a bunch of sweets anytime they hang out. So far, it's worked quite well for Angela and Pat.
  • She also found a strange friendship with a chameleon called Rango, although their first interaction did startle Angela, given that she wasn't exactly familiar with what exactly was a chameleon. Even so, Rango was quick to clear out any misconception of himself being a monster and treated the girl fairly. Their friendship began when Angela told Rango about her story with the Baby Jesus statue, which intrigued Rango to the extent where he took her and Pat to his personal domain and revealed that he, too, has a collection of toys, a fake palm tree, and a dead bug, whom he saw as fellow actors and friends. The dead bug creeped out Angela and Pat somewhat, which did upset Rango, after which Angela politely apologized if she had hurt him. It was here where Rango expressed his desires to perform on stage as well as desiring friends as he tended to spend much of his time alone. This only made Angela strongly consider being friends and telling him that they could have fun together, words which Rango openly accepted as he periodically saw the girl as nice company, and her sweet nature helped to ease his own mind. He'll often have Angela and Pat reenact in his stage plays and performances, which the siblings have been enjoying ever since.
  • Her story regarding the Baby Jesus statue may be popular for those who enjoy Christmas tales, though this has gotten a few to recommend Angela to try out finding and interacting with other sorts of statues in the Pantheon. She found the suggestion rather weird, not to mention her own interactions with the Baby Jesus statue were mainly centered on her empathy and Christian faith. She was, however, given one offer to see if she can meet with the Weeping Angels, claiming that they're structures to represent loss and tragedy. Angela felt very skeptical about this, despite Pat's insistence on visiting them. It turned out to be the right call on Angela's part as she realized that the Weeping Angels weren't just statues, but living Humanoid Abominations who have a taste for humans and attack when unseen, posing as crying statues to disarm and catch their victims off-guard. This information startled Angela and her family and friends quite a lot, especially for Pat as he was once open to wanting to see them. At the very least, she's been making an active effort to not have an unlikely encounter with the Weeping Angels with her newfound knowledge of them.

    Annie (Little Orphan Annie
Annie, Divine Wielder of Significant Orphan Lockets (Little Orphan Annie, Annie Warbucks)
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her locket
  • Theme Song: Tomorrow
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Fiery Redhead yet Heartwarming Orphan to her fellow orphans, Plucky Girl, Wise Beyond Their Years, The Pollyanna, ultimately Wealthy Ever After
  • Domains: Chaos, Good, Repose, Family
  • Herald: Sandy (her dog), Oliver "Daddy" Warbucks (her adopted father), and all her friend at the orphanage.
  • Allies: Dorothy Gale, Pollyanna Whittier, Madeline, Anne Shirley, Sara Crewe, Richie Rich, Josiah Bartlet, The Baudelaire Orphans, Jake the Dog
  • Enemies: Eliza and Neil Reagan, Biff, Count Olaf
  • Opposes: The Child Abuse Supporters, Robot Chicken
  • Opposed by: Eric Cartman
  • Once upon a time, there was a little girl who lived in an orphanage. The most prominent thing about her was one half of a locket that she owed in the hopes that her parents may come to pick her up. She may have never seen her parents, but her determination owned her a spot in the Pantheon. Oddly enough, it's not nearly as shiny as her home as a mortal, mixing it with items from her time as an orphanage.
  • Oliver Warbucks declined to stay with her full time, opting to help run both her temple and his own mansion in his world. Thus, the role of herald befell on her trusted dog Sandy. It went off to a rocky start, calling Sandy a "dumb dog" when he wouldn't stop following her. But she took a liking to the dog and kept him as her own. Jake appreciated her generosity and gave her a free ride through the land of Ooo.
  • One of the most famous Plucky Girls in the Pantheon. Dorothy welcomed her into the Pantheon. Their dogs Toto and Sandy also enjoyed the new company. Annie found the concept of Oz to be fascinating and plans to visit the place one day.
  • It appears that little girls with dogs are quite popular these days, as she found another one in the name of Madeline. The two share a spunky attitude as well as a love of living things. Both were fascinated with the others' cities and wanted to know more about them.
  • No one is as optimistic as Pollyanna, and even she was impressed with the redhead's determination. Despite never meeting her parents, she maintains hope that they may find her some day.
  • She may be a Quasideity, but don't think she frightens too easily. She once fended off a bunch of boys all by herself.
  • Starting out as a Comic Strip, she has later appeared as a play and even a few movies. While the first one was rather successful, the latest one wasn't nearly as successful. She remains positive that she will have another go at the big screen someday.
  • When she seeks out advice on how to become a more respectable young lady, she turns to Anne Shirley. It helps that Anne herself had to work hard to become the Spirited Young Lady she had become. While Nova Scotia is a completely different environment from New York City, Annie saw fellow redhead to be as relateable.
  • Has a sizable fanbase in the House of Commerce. Sara Crewe gave the orphan a beautiful dress for Annie to wear in parties. Meanwhile, Richie Rich offered a few contractions for her use. The latter had to come by later to work on the kinks when they went out of hand, but Annie enjoyed them by the same.
    • Not everyone there is willing to accept her presence. The Reagan siblings were quick to belittle Annie for her upbringing. What they didn't account for was the redhead's purchase to get her hands dirty. The two had to run for dear life when she charged up towards them.
  • Cartman saw Annie as the perfect person to fight. Ranked two positions higher than her, he thought that it would be a piece of cake for him. Instead Annie defeated him with ease, mirroring his fight with Wendy. This time, Cartman didn't care that he lost, knowing no one would think any less of him for losing.
  • It is obvious that she would not be a fan of The Child Abuse Supporters in general. While they don't have an Evil Orphanage Lady in their ranks, there are plenty of bad caretakers in that house. She's especially vindictive of Lady Tremaine and Ghetsis Harmonia for being terrible parents to their children.
  • As with many in the Pantheon, she wasn't a fan of her depiction by Robot Chicken, portraying her as a spoiled teenager.
  • To Annie, Josiah Bartlet reminds her a lot of Franklin D. Roosevelt. The fictional president was just as friendly to the girl when he visited.
  • She may not go to a school, but is no fan of bullies anyways. Biff doesn't see much of the girl either way, continuing to focus on Marty and Doc Brown.
  • Was drawn to the The Baudelaire Orphans, interested in how they became so unlucky. After hearing of their story, she firmly believes that it was Count Olaf that burnt their home. Unfortunately, there is no proof of the matter, and Annie isn't skilled in that type of work. Annie was at least willing to let them stay in her own temple whenever they want.

    Della and Jim Young 
Della and James "Jim" Dillingham Young, Patron Deities of Useless But Thoughtful Gifts
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  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: The gold chain and the comb bought by the couple for each other, formerly Della's hair and Jim's golden pocketwatch
  • Theme Song: "Gift of the Magi"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Domains: Love, Gifts, Generosity, Christmas
  • Portfolio: Give each other useless but thoughtful gifts, Happily Married, True Meaning of Christmas
  • Allies: A majority of the House of Love, Ebenezer Scrooge, Jacob Marley, Tiny Tim, George Bailey, Rudolph, the Green Lantern Corp.
  • Enemies: Larfleeze, Mr. Burns, Mother Gothel
  • Complicated Relationship with: Scrooge McDuck
  • The couple from the beloved classic story about giving and love, Della and Jim's tales of a couple in love sells their most precious possessions to have the money to buy the gift for each other that they no longer need travel through space and time to touch the hearts of many people in order to remind them about the True Meaning of Christmas. Their influence is so great that the Pantheon arrive after the couple embraced each other and ascend them into the Pantheon.
  • Immediately after their ascension, the couple is warmly welcomed and immortalized as honorable members of the house of Love. The couple feels honored to be in company of many Happily Married people.
  • The couple is given a hair growing potion by the House of Personal Appearance and a new pocketwatch from the House of Craft. The couple is overjoyed by these gifts because now they can use the gifts they purchased. The two have been in close contact with the two houses ever since.
  • Being one of the most famous and influential Christmas tales, they naturally was reached out by deities from famous Christmas tales which including Scrooge, Jacob Marley, Tiny Tim, George Bailey and Rudolph. The couple eventually part way with those figures on good term despite their initial freaking out about Marley's ghost status and Rudolph as a talking reindeer.
  • Their popularity led the couple to have influenced and referenced by many people in the Pantheon. Most notable include: Mickey Mouse, Zoidberg, Pinkie Pie, Maud Pie etc.
  • Della made friend with those also had Important Haircut like herself like Fa Mulan and Luke fon Fabre. She especially respect Mulan for cutting her hair to save her father and prove herself worthwhile.
    • Della also made friend with Jo March after the two hear out each other's stories and circumstances around their haircut.
    • Through Mulan, Della came to meet Rapunzel and the two of them shares the story of having to cut their hair for a love one. The two have been on good term ever since.
  • Being the go-to tales about the moral of giving and love over material possession, the couple's temple earn spite from the more selfish gods in the Pantheon:
    • Larfleeze in particular actively going against them since he thinks that their temple's power will weaken his own. The couple has been seeking protection from the Green Lantern Corps, who happily granted the two.
    • Mr. Burns doesn't understand how the couple can be happy with such now-useless gifts and is now trying to observe how they can be happy and, if possible, take that happiness for himself.
    • Scrooge McDuck has a more complex relationship with the couple mostly depends on which version he is currently is or how generous or self-absorb he feels that day.
    • The couple despises Mother Gothel with a passion not only for Della's friendship with Rapunzel but also because Gothel is incredibly selfish and manipulative of Rapunzel's affection to use it for her own gain.

    Misao 
Misao, Goddess of Dismantled Plot Elements
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  • Quasideity (Intermediate Goddess as a Vengeful Spirit)
  • Symbol: Her uniform and cellphone
  • Theme Song: Misao
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (Chaotic Evil as a Vengeful Spirit)
  • Portfolio: Frequently ostracized and bullied by her classmates, Break the Cutie, Generic Cuteness, Hime Cut, Loners Are Freaks, Nice Girl, Plot-Triggering Death, Trauma Conga Line
  • Domains: School, Narrative, Death, Revenge, Friendship, Love
  • Allies: Sakura Matou, Simon Henriksson, Hisako, Dollface (Black), Isaac, Chihiro Fujisaki, Carrie White, Max Caulfield, Jimmy Hopkins
  • Enemies: Libby Chessler, Biff Tannen, Gary Smith, Eliza and Neil Reagean, Agatha Trunchbull
  • Pities: Mitsuko Souma
  • Unnerved by: The Yandere Squad
  • Unknown Connection: Aya Drevis and Alfred Drevis
  • Misao was an ordinary and plain school girl who never stood out amongst her peers. But then she went missing for three months, with no one knowing what happened to her and believed to be dead. While a few of her classmates were joking that she would go and haunt the school, the building got hit by an earthquake and the place was crawling with evil spirits. It turned Misao really did curse the school and her spirit wouldn't be able to rest until someone found out what happened to her and gather around the elements related to her dissapearance.
    • Turns out Misao didn't have the best life at school. Frequently bullied and made fun of for being a simpleton, she caught the attention of one of the students she had a crush on, Tohma, after one of her bullies decided to expose her feelings to him. Tohma accepted and even proposed her to become his girlfriend, which she happily agreed but that only got worse for her as not only was Tohma seeing another girl but her feelings for Tohma were shown all over school in form of poems and her bullying only got worse, even at one point getting raped. After that last particular event she was found by one of the teachers, who conforted the grieving Misao over what just happened only for Mr. Kurata to try and force himself on her after taking advantage of her fragile demeanor and Misao understandably rejected his advances, angering him and murdering the poor girl in a fit of rage. Having become a vengeful spirit, Misao wanted nothing but to get revenge on those that wronged her and punish them with death and painful afterlife.
  • She ascended shortly after she got closure thanks to her friend Aki, someone very dear to her and the one that broke the curse. Arriving at the pantheon was a surprise for Misao since she had another idea for an afterlife, but she doesn't find it too bad. Nowadays she is much more cheerful, as a way to thank Aki for making her realize the error of her ways and it is said her smile is very charming.
  • A bit ashamed of her tenure as a vengeful spirit, since she let her anger overtake her and harshly punish the ones she took to the grave with a Fate Worse than Death, although many would argue that Yoshino and Mr. Kurata deserved it, even if Misao has already let them go. Hisako, being the resident Vengeful Ghost, sympathized with Misao after hearing her story and is glad that she was able to leave it all behind and not become another evil spirit.
  • Plenty of deities all around related to her being a victim of bullying, Carrie White in particular is very familiar with the feeling of being played by a boy you like and being taken advantage of, not feeling any sympathy for the four students that made Misao's life hell. At first Misao was a bit unnerved by Carrie's powers but found out she had so much in common with her that it didn't even bother her in the end.
  • Curious to meet more people that had to deal with their inner demons and wanting to help them, Misao came accross Simon Henriksson. Before approaching him, he heard of his issues with depression, heartbreak and loneliness; most of which Misao felt at one point and so the two established an unlikely friendship, with Simon being reminded of his friend Sophie in a way when he talks with Misao. While there's the fact that Simon has killed people, and in certain scenarios even kill the people that tried to help him, she feels she isn't much better in that department as she too got people killed, even if she had a good reason for doing so. Even then, the two have learned to cope with what they've done and have become good friends, with Misao being really happy that Simon was able to regain the ability to walk in the pantheon
    • Simon later ended up introducing Misao to Dollface, as he felt he would need having more female friends. Dollface instantly hugged Misao after she told her about what happened to her and coldly remarked that those that died deserved it, even if Misao doesn't think so. Dollface thinks she is too nice for her own sake and doesn't fault her for that and swore if he ever saw those people herself, he would undoubtably bash their skulls to the ground. She also heard that the entity that granted the curse to Misao never actually screwed her over, considering the ever presence of Calypso in Dollface's own universe, she is pleasantly surprised.
    • Another acquiantance of both Simon and Dollface turned out to be a small sobbing kid by the name of Isaac. Initially scared that Misao was another scary ghost given that she didn't have the friendliest of look, she calmed him down after explaining she is just a regular person and was horrified after hearing about Isaac's story. Considering how sensitive the little boy is, she tried what Aki did to calm her down and decided to become friends with Isaac, warmly smiling as to make him happier. It worked for the most part, he tends to cry less when she is around.
  • One of the most upsetting things that happened to her besides dying is that Yoshino forced her to spend some time with a male student in the male bathroom, essentially she was set up only to be raped and that happenned before she was murdered. For that reason, she relates a lot to what Sakura Matou has beent through, even worse since she had to endure it for most of her life. Misao also pities Mitsuko Souma for being another victim of rape, but she can't condone the evil actions she has done even if she has a Freudian Excuse.
  • Understandably not fond of bullies. She dislikes Eliza Reagan for embodying the worst aspects of both Yoshino and Saotome, two people that made her life hell, with Eliza herself barely even caring about Misao and thinking she is just another gloomy loser. That dislike also extends to her brother Neil.
    • Gary Smith is someone she considers to be the biggest asshole she is ever met, surprising considering she is not stranger to nasty individuals. Turns out that not only did he start targetting her for petty reasons like Yoshino did in the past, but he is such a sociopath that it makes Mr. Kurata, the man the murdered her, look like a sweet guy in comparison, and Gary hasn't even murdered people (yet, although there is implications that he actually murdered someone). Gary also somehow caught wind of the nasty photos that were taken from Misao naked and he almost shared with everybody before his long time nemesis Jimmy Hopkins stepped in and chased him off. Jimmy later explained Misao that Gary is a friendless loser that she should stay the hell away from and then told her if she ever has troubles with bullies she should hit him up, considering that's what he does.
  • She once thought that Chihiro Fujisaki was a girl, like many thought in the past, but after all confusion was cleared, she realized she had a lot of common with him. Both bullied in the past for their appearance, which caused several psychological issues and ended up being manipulated by others. She is even sad that once he tried to grow as a person, he got killed because for it but what brought the two together was that both were able to develop into better people posthumously.
  • Even if she know is at peace with herself, she had developed a bit of mistrust towards teachers considered what Hideki Kurata did to her, not helped by the presence of notoriously Sadist Teachers like Agatha Trunchbull. While there aren't any teachers that sexually prey on their students in the pantheon, Max Caulfield had to deal with one in the past and if she ever was present in Misao's school, she would have undoubtably prevented her death if possible.
  • She still have mixed feeling about Tohma, the boy she had a crush on, but for her own sake she has tried to let those feelings go. She considers her Yandere attitude she had towards her as an undead spirit to be her Old Shame and that also almost got her invited to the GUAC Yandere Squad, with Misao obviously turning down the offer.
  • She shares universe with both Aya and Alfred Drevis, both also having experienced a curse brought upon Alfred from his wife. While Misao never personally met her, she heard that Miss Library physically resembles Aya, implying she is a clone of her. That, and both curses may have involved the strange salesman that appeared before Aya and her friend Aki.

    The Young Girl and The Soldier (Angel's Egg
The Young Girl and the Soldier, Patron Deities of Plots Based On An Egg
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The Soldier from the left, the Young Girl from the right
  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: The Egg (for the girl) and the Cross-shaped…thing (the Soldier)
  • Alignment: True Neutral for the girl, Chaotic Neutral for the Soldier
  • Portfolio: Le Film Artistique, Minimalist Cast, Massive amounts of symbolism, Mystical White Hair, No Name Given, Messianic Archetype (Both), Quotes Bible passages, The Stoic, Taken for Granite (The Soldier), Barefoot for being a hermit, “Anata wa dare?” Dies after the egg was broken and becomes a part of a “spaceship” (The Young Girl),
  • Domains: Eggs, Arks, Symbolism, Art, Allegories, Abrahamism
  • Friendly Relations: The Robed Figure, The Angry Birds, Slave Knight Gael (for the Girl, the Soldier however distrusts him), Billy Hatcher, Horton, The 02 Digidestined, Casca, Lee and Clementine, Joel and Ellie
  • Mixed Relations with: Each other, Arya Stark
  • Non-Friendly Relations: YHVH, Chuck Shurely
  • Pitied by: Most Gods pertaining to Abrahamic Faith, but most especially Both Gods (Bob and the other God), Noah, The Occult Research Club, including their version of Archangel Michael
  • Fears: Guts, The Ashen One (for the Girl)
  • Deep within an abandoned Gothic City, there were two inhabitants going through the desolated space. One is an unknown girl, who holds and protects an egg from being broken, and another, a mysterious soldier, who has no clear motives on his behalf. However, anything comprehensible from the tale is rather dubious to tell, leaving many questions. What is clear however is that, the egg the girl is carrying is the main reason why the journey is rather convincing to try to understand.
  • To be more specific, Angel's Egg is rather difficult to interpret. The story focuses on two characters on what seems to be an abandoned city (well, an abandoned ''world'' left by God that is) while exploring the vastness of the place. While such, the Soldier asks if whether or nor the egg holds any significance to the girl, to which she clings to it in such a protective and careful manner. The egg's significance may attribute to many interpretations, however what is clear is that by the end of the story, not only does the Soldier breaks the egg, but the world is slowly seen to be a horrifying future of Noah's Ark, where the boat is capsized and the world is doomed to be lifeless. As for the girl, she became a living stone, which joins with other statues to a space-orb and the Soldier, well, his fate seems to remain unknown.
  • Their ascensions towards the Pantheon was met with massive confusion in regards to understanding their story. Majority of the House of Knowledge have tried their best to see anything that can help internalize what was going on between the two and especially the importance of the egg. The silence of the girl alongside the film's minimalistic nature pretty much makes it a lost cause. Though, thanks to that, it allows many to have different interpretations on the girl and her devotion to the egg.
  • The silence the duo maintains in the Pantheon is rather awe-inspiring, as they walk through the place with ease, which explains why they do not have a temple to begin with (some have suggested the capsized Ark, but it has not worked out). While this made their exploration worthwhile, it also captivated many deities to explore about the two, especially the egg that the girl clings to.
  • While both of them ascended for the same reason, it should be noted that the duo's relationship is very mixed, mainly to the fact that the Soldier broke the egg and resulted to the Girl becoming a stone statue, even while in the beginning, the Girl was being nice to him and protective towards her egg. Nowadays, the duo are rather separate, but the Soldier, in his instincts protect the Girl in most scenarios, though she will just run away in a safe distance after the Soldier's arrival.
    • Despite this, the Soldier is often seen as a father figure for some, since he did protect her generally against the shadows of the town. That said, his relations with Lee, Clementine, Joel and Ellie are both of approval and discontent; the Soldier's protectiveness towards the girl was applauded but his actions in regards to breaking the egg made the applause short lived.
    • Arya Stark has also been seen visiting the two, stating that she is often reminded of her relationship with the Hound, whom she had forgiven and has become, much like the Soldier, a father figure of sorts. However, it did not last when the two saw her numerous targets and assassinations. The Girl in particular always runs away from her, even if the Lady Stark has no ill intentions.
  • For being silent, the Robed Figure sees relations towards the two, given that both their respective universes are beautifully deserted places with large amounts of figurative imagery. The Robed Figure also seems to understand the girl's clinginess to the egg, often letting her go, but the girl asks who figure was. To this day, their silence has been a reverberated background whenever they meet.
  • Any God who has appeared within the Abrahamic Faith has seen what their world has become and have rather unfortunate reactions towards it. The two Gods, as in Bob and the Alpha and Omega God, have seen the world being a result of their God abandoning it, often comforting the two regarding it. It also gave insight to whether or not the two had relations towards the world they inhabited, with Bob denying any links towards him and that place, and the other giving a rather unclear answer as to if he had connections towards the two.
    • Noah however is the most affected. Hearing what happened to the Ark in their world, he fell to his knees and cried in sorrow in what would be a terrible fate befallen to the remains of all living life, being left to die. Though he would later grow into shock as he realized that both have features being close to Gods or perhaps being Godsent.
    • When news sparked about the Ark in its overboarded state, YVHV immediately denied any relation to their world, only stating it to be a heretical statement to what he sees as his lawful dominion. Upon hearing about the two people, he tasked his various servants to take both of them for questioning but the other people who pitied them have stopped any progress on their capture, making them an elusive catch. The Absolute Lawmaker has shown his determination to get rid of the two, even so far as to send his herald Metatron to capture the two.
  • In regards to the topic of eggs: Billy Hatcher seems fond of the Girl, seeing her egg to be quite unique. He has offered some of his eggs but she mostly declines his request, often citing that the egg is the only precious thing for her. The Digidestined also share her concern, since they too take care of eggs, Digieggs that is.
    • Her determination of one egg also caught the eye of Horton since he too was dedicated to protecting one thing, which was a plant (also a town filled with Whovians). The elephant of the Jungle of Nool has pledged his dedication to protect the egg as well, though he also tells the Soldier to stay back if he dares to ruin the moment.
  • Details about the duo's homeworld are rather iffy, but one thing that is confirmed that it is basically Noah's Ark, but lifeless to a complete degree. The Occult Research Club sees this as disheartening for them, as the entire club has the same scenario, hence why many occult powers exist in their degree, but it is Gasper who is saddened the most, especially seeing how the girl, who looks innocuous, is placed in such a harsh and dying world.
    • Their version of Archangel Michael, upon seeing the duo, broke out of his vulgar attitude and shifted into a more humanizing form with pity and sentimental heart. Seeing how the girl in particular got affected after the egg broke and the Noah's Ark abandoned and forever overturned, he could only pray and offer guidance to her life. His reaction to the Soldier however was with undaunting rage, following the latter was the sole reason for the fate of the Girl after the egg broke.
  • The news of another abandoned world left Chuck Shurley in bemusement, seeing that he too left his role as God, and eventually brought Earth into hellbent chaos. With the two being witnesses to the world, he could only wish he would visit their world so that he can wonder in awe the perils of a dying world, in his own amusement.
  • One day, the girl unexpectedly encountered one of the Angry Birds, which have been protective of their nest and eggs. Upon closer inspection between the two, the sentient birds have banded together to join in her protection and aid, especially if its anything related to the egg and its contents, even though there might be hints that there may be nothing inside. The birds also have a slow dislike towards the Soldier for breaking the egg in the first place.
  • Both Guts and Casca have met the two and so far, they only avoid the former for his tenacity and brutal feats, something that would leave the girl scarred of her life. The latter however sees sympathy for the girl (as for the Soldier, more of shame) as her purity and potential looks of a Godsent can almost relate to her. The little Girl could only tell that she is willing to talk to her more if Guts is not around.
  • There has been conversations and rumors about the two and the Ashen One. Some say that this was because of one time where the Ashen One encountered a being similar to the girl in the Ringed City, one who was not only possibly a Godsent, but also had an egg clutched into her body. Upon breaking it, it revealed the true nature of the city. The girl, hearing this, ran away from him after the first encounter, and the Soldier, asking whether or not this is true. The latter also pointed out that he/she encountered a remnant of the Ringed City after he touched the egg, seeing another person with a Crucifix as a weapon, confusing the Soldier even more.
    • What is more interesting is that a certain Slave Knight approached the girl with honor, seeing she looks like the Painter he has been devoted to for so long. After announcing himself to the girl, he vowed to protect her and the egg, seeing it as a potential gift. The Soldier however, doesn't share the same sentiments towards himself, as he sees the Slave Knight's deformed body and rather inhuman self as red flags concerning the safety of the two, which is funny since many people pointed out that he broke the egg in the first place and sealed the girl's fate.
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