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    Alex J. Murphy / RoboCop 
Alex J. Murphy, God of Superhuman Police (RoboCop, OCP-001, OCP Crime Prevention Unit 001, The Future of Law Enforcement, Tin Man, Creator, Detroit's Cyborg Defender, Robert Cop, CorpoCop, ArasaKop, 21st-Century Paladin)
His 2014 incarnation 

    The Space Sheriffs 

Retsu Ichijouji/Geki Jumonji, Den Iga/Kai Hyuga and Dai Sawamura/Shu Karasuma, Gods of Intergalactic Law Enforcers (Retsu: Space Sheriff Gavan, Space Cop Gabin, Sky Ranger Gabin, X-OR | Den: Space Sheriff Sharivan I, Space Guardian Shariban | Dai: Space Sheriff Shaider I, Capitaine Sheider, Alexis Del Mundo | Geki: Space Sheriff Gavan Type-G | Kai: Space Sheriff Sharivan II | Shu: Space Sheriff Shaider II)
The Original Space Sheriffs. L - R: Sharivan I, Gavan and Shaider I.
The Next Generation Space Sheriffs. L - R: Sharivan II, Gavan Type-G and Shaider II.
Ichijouji (Gavan I) untransformed 
Iga (Sharivan I) untransformed 
Sawamura (Shaider I) untransformed 
Geki (Gavan Type-G) untransformed 
Kai (Sharivan II) untransformed 
Shu (Shaider II) untransformed 
  • Intermediate Gods when transformed. Greater Gods when boarding their spaceships. Lesser Gods when untransformed.
  • Symbol: The Galactic Union Patrol Symbol (As a whole)
    • Dol Giran (For Gavan I and Type-G)
    • Grand Birth (For Sharivan I and II)
    • Super Dimensional Mothership Vavilos (For Shaider I and II)
  • Theme Song: "Space Sheriff Gavan" (Gavan), "Space Sheriff Sharivan" (Sharivan), "Space Sheriff Shaider" (Shaider)
  • Alignment: Collectively between Lawful Good and Neutral Good. Geki can go into Chaotic Good from time to time.
  • Portfolio: Three Legendary Space Sheriffs and their Successors, Power Trio when teaming up, Henshin Hero, Take Less Than a Second to Transform, Laser Blade, All of Them Pilot a Cool Ship, Legacy Character, Calling Your Attacks, By the Power of Grayskull!.
  • Domains: Law, Space, Protection
  • Heralds: All other Metal Heroes, Commander Qom (their superior), Sheriff Skyfire, Captain Chaku (Gavan's American Counterpart)
    • Retsu Ichijouji: Mimi (his assistant and wife), Voicer (his father) and Tamiko Ichijouji (his mother)
    • Den Iga: Lily (his assistant and girlfriend)
    • Dai Sawamura: Annie (his classmate)
    • Geki Jumonji: Shelly (his assistant) and Itsuki Kawai (his childhood friend)
    • Kai Hyuga: Sisi (his assistant)
    • Shu Karasuma: Tamy (his assistant and girlfriend)
  • High Priest: Tokusou Sentai Dekaranger/Power Rangers S.P.D.
  • Followers: Space Deputy Kogoro, The Space Garrison, Earth's Adjudication Bureau, The Federal Marshals and Interplanetary Police, Zaido: Pulis Pangkalawakan
  • Allies: The GUAG Toku Division (Especially the Gokaigers, The Go-Busters, Haruto Soma/Kamen Rider Wizard, Kosuke Nitoh/Kamen Rider Beast, and Ultraman), The Good-Aligned DC Comics and Marvel Comics Deties (Especially The Green Lantern Corps), All Good-Aligned Star Wars Deities, Superman, Goku, RoboCop, Jim Gordon, Captain Holt, The Crystal Gems, Captain Gordon, Team Voltron, Team Lightyear, Raleigh and Mako, The Magical Girl Guardians and Four Magicians, E.T Kazuma Kiryu, Norin Radd/Silver Surfer, EDI, Pharah, Star Fox, Captain Falcon, Kallen Kozuki, Dominic Toretto, Adam Jensen, Eiki Shiki, Wright Anything Agency
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Judge Dredd
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: All Ascended Toku Villains (Especially Shocker), The Evil-Aligned Star Wars Deities (Especially Darth Sidious, The Separatists, and Jabba the Hutt), The Decepticons, The Evil-Aligned Deities in the House of Crime and Transgressions, Frieza, King Cold, Darkseid, ADVENT, King Ghidorah, The Cyberdemons, The Cybermen, Springtrap, The Dark Judges, Head Pixie, C.R.A.S.H, The Vex, Zim, Star Dream, The Combine, The Pod People, Babidi, Ridley, Sinistar, Psy-Crow, Mother Brain, The Joker, The Lich, Phazon, SCP-106, Magellan, Caesar Clown, Hedorah, Ethan Roar Junior, Judge Doom, Eliksni, Scarlet King, Black Doom, Cronus, The Tyranids, King Piccolo, Davros, Wilson Fisk, Brian Irons, Gary Smith
  • Jouchaku!note 
  • Sekisha!note 
  • Shouketsu!note 
  • The Space Sheriffs are a group of heroic law enforcers from outer space, working under the Galactic Union Patrol, a Universe-reaching agency dedicated to keeping order and peace throughout the Universe. The first three of them had a notable history:
    • The first one was Gavan I/Retsu Ichihouji, the first sheriff to be sent to Earth. Whose mission was to stop the evil plans of the Space Criminal Organization the Makuu, who plotted to throw Earth into darkness and steal all the riches to let it fall into chaos for their amusement. Assisted by Mimi a woman from Planet Bird; where he trained, he bravely fought against the Makuu, until he finally defeated their leader, Don Horror. Eventually he would retire from his position as a Space Sheriff, passing the mantle to a young man named Geki Jumonji, who himself was assisted by Mimi's cousin, Shelly. Geki carries on Retsu's legacy as Gavan, now that Retsu's been promoted to Commander following a temporary retirement. Despite that, Retsu will not doubt one second about entering the battlefield to fight evil should push come to shove.
    • Sharivan I/Den Iga was the second sheriff of Earth. He started out as a forest ranger on Earth until the Makuu criminal, Buffalo Doubler fatally wounded him forcing Retsu/Gavan I to save his life and have him brought to Planet Bird to be healed. In the planet he was given cybernetic enhancements and special training to become Space Sheriff Sharivan, who assisted Gavan in his last fight against the Makuu. Some time after the fall of Makuu, he was put in charge of combating the Space Crime Syndicate Madou; lead by Demon King Psycho, who plotted to conquer the Universe by spreading chaos all across the cosmos, starting with Earth. Assisted by his assistant and girlfriend, Lily Sharivan fought fiercely against Madou's forces, and with Gavan's help was successful in stopping their plans and defeating their leader. Once he retired, Kai Hyuga was assigned as his successor, but Iga refused to acknowledge his successor as a worthy sheriff, as Kai believed that all that mattered to being a Space Sheriff was keeping the law, it wasn't until Kai found out the true meaning of his duties that Iga was fully willing to accept him as his succesor.
    • Shaider I/Dai Sawamura, the third and last of the original sheriffs. Originating from Earth like Shaider he was picked up by the Galactic Patrol for his skills and given special training as a Sheriff. Soon enough he was assigned to deal with the Fuuma, a mysterious criminal organization responsible for the destruction of various planets. Assisted by a fellow trainee, Annie, Sharivan protected Earth from the newest threat. With the help of his predecessors, Shaider triumphed and Earth was safe. Years later, Shaider would retire from his position as Sheriff... Or may have died of unknown causes.
  • All three retired, with successors taking their place in the fight against evil:
    • Geki Jumonji is Retsu's successor as Gavan, being given the name of Gavan Type-G to differentiate him fom his predecessor, at first he was a rookie with a lot of inexperience, and had previously lost his originally assigned partner and childhood friend, Toya, as well as recklessness that got him in trouble with his superiors and seniors. He also lacked much fighting skill and was prone to requiring help to win his battles. He is assisted by Shelly, Mimi's cousin. At first his inexperience led to his superiors almost revoking his position as Sheriff after the Makuu threatened to return and Geki proved inefficient at preventing them from starting their plans, with his senior cadets Sharivan II and Shaider II being sent in his place to take care of the situation, but he eventually proved himself worthy of the position once given another chance, ever since he's proven a lot more flexible than his fellow Sheriffs and is willing to break the law if it's the right thing, even if it gets him in constant trouble with his superiors.
    • Kai Hyuga is Den Iga's successor as Sharivan, taking the mantle after the latter's retirement. At first he was hot-blooded and a no-nonsense type of cop, being focused solely on the part of upholding the law and not in protecting the people which failed to earn him Den Iga's respect or willingness to view him as a worthy successor. Once he had more time to learn about the duties and true meaning of being a Sheriff, he was finally accepted by his predecessor and recognized as a true Sheriff.
    • Shu Karasuma is Dai Sawamura's successor, while he was a competent sheriff, he had issues with his assigned partner and girlfriend, Tammy, who disliked Shu's womanizing ways. The two were put in charge of investigating various crimes across the Universe including those that Geki and Kai had to deal with, though the tension made their team hard to pull off, especially due to Shu losing his ability to transform temporarily, but luckily they managed to work things out and have gone back to being a tight team following Shu recovering his transformation and uncovering the conspiracy behind the various crimes.
  • Have made good friends with the Ultra Series Deities thanks to them being guardians of the Universes. Especially the original Ultraman, who himself belongs to the Space Garrison, a similar organization of galactic peacekeepers. Helps that they have crossed paths with Ultraman in the past when they and various other heroes teamed up to defeat Hakaider and Kamen Rider Ouja who were fighting the Kamen Rider 555 Riders. The Sheriffs have thought of making sure the Land of Light and Galactic Patrol Union are allied to take care of any possibility of their enemies meeting.
  • Retsu once sent Geki to eliminate Kamen Rider Wizard and Beast due to a misunderstanding leading to the Galactic Patrol thinking they were responsible for various magic-related incidents across the Universe. Geki would soon suspect they were not responsible once he met Wizard in person, attempting to clear their name, only to get his position revoked for it and causing Kai and Shu to be sent in his place, and soon enough found out that the true culprits were their resurrected enemies, The Madou, after teaming up with the Riders and Super Sentai teams, the Galactic Patrol was soon informed of the real villains and their true plans, while Geki, Kai and Shu befriended the Riders without issue and have remained allies ever since.
  • Having teamed up with the Go-Busters and Gokaigers on various occasions, the Sheriffs have remained strong allies with them, despite some previous misunderstandings and conflicts with both groups. In the Gokaiger's case their friendship is helped by the fact that a young Marvelous' life was saved by Retsu at some point in the past, with Marvelous remaining grateful to his savior to this day.
  • In one occasion, Retsu mistook Riku Asakura for Marvelous. Once he realized it was a different person, he noted how much Riku resembles Marvelous in his youth. Riku himself became a big fan of Retsu and the Sheriffs, given their similarities to his favorite Tokusatsu hero, Don Shine, and even joked about joining the Galactic Patrol Union with them.
  • Any good-aligned law enforcers are their allies, especially those with more flexible mentalities, a few examples stand out above the others:
    • RoboCop, who became what he is today under a similar process to the Sheriff's own, and didn't allow this to stop him from practicing and enforcing good law, as well as his will being strong enough to overcome some of the programming he was given and not giving up on life despite his new state, the Sheriffs have offered to help RoboCop further recover his humanity and upgrade his suit, hoping to strengthen RoboCop and help his crime-fighting career, especially here in the Pantheon.
    • Wright Anything Agency, which takes care of protecting the innocent and are rather nobler than most law enforcers in the Pantheon. The Agency itself sees their ascension as a sign of good things to come, since the Sheriff's more morally grounded attitude is something they are more than happy to welcome. They especially like Geki due to his flexibility when combating crime.
  • They're uneasy allies with Judge Dredd. Though he is usually ruthless, he is been improving about his previous attitude on law, especially seeing the various extremists in the Pantheon who show him just how flawed and corrupt law can get when exerted without measure or restraint.
    • The Green Lantern Corps, likewise, also became quick allies with the Sheriffs thanks to a shared goal of combating crime and evil and keeping peace across the Galaxy. Though some of the members can butt heads at times, the Galactic Patrol Union and Lantern Corps remain firm allies overall and will not doubt about helping each other's causes.
  • They fiercely oppose corrupt or extremist law enforcers, as they consider the happiness and safety of people to be their priority, with the law coming second, due to Character Development on all of their part.
    • The actions of CRASH enrage them a lot. As the duo of corrupt cops used the criminal cartels and gangs of Los Santos as means of keeping their city under control, their nastiness and utter disregard for good laws have made them high-priority targets of the Sheriffs, who have vowed to make sure they won't taint the law any further. CJ and his allies have entered an uneasy alliance with the Sheriffs themselves as though they don't operate within the law, they still hate C.R.A.S.H. for all the things they made them go through and any who helps take them down for good is an ally in their book.
    • The Dark Judges, ruthless law enforcers who kill all who breach their laws. Not only are the Sheriffs enraged by the extremes that they take their law enforcement, but their senseless killing of people also make their blood boil with rage. They've sought out help from fellow law enforcers like RoboCop and Judge Dredd to make sure they won't harm innocents anymore.
    • Darkseid, the Oppressive Lord of Apokolips, who seeks to subjugate life itself. A tyrant without any remorse, his cruelty is only second to his absolute desire to view all else subjugated. This has made him the Sheriffs' top priority target, as they have been informed of the catastrophe that Darkseid would bring if he got his hands on the Anti-Life Equation. Thus, they have been working to make sure Darkseid and his forces are taken down eventually.
    • Finally there's the Galactic Empire due to its ties with criminal organizations and their exertion of evil law. Particularly stands out Palpatine and Tarkin, the chief architects of the Empire's absolute worst actions and their most oppressive laws. Palpatine has grown to see them as a major threat to his rule due to the Galactic Patrol Union having a planet-destroying weapon at their disposal, which can rival the Death Star in power. For other criminals of that Universe there's Jabba the Hutt, the mob boss who is renowned for his cruelty and sadism, although the Sheriffs view him as a lesser priority of a target due to the Empire's and other evil governments' presence.
  • All of them are opposed to the Grand United Alliance of Law. As while they are galactic peacekeepers and law enforcers, they have all realized at one point or the other the negative consequences of absolute law. While they may be allies with some of the members of it, they don't approve of the goals as a whole. They especially oppose YHVH, whose absolute law they won't stand for, as they believe that living beings deserve freedom and YHVH's ultimate goal will limit what little freedom can be achieved.
  • Although they are law enforcers, certain people that are operating or operated outside of the law have also become their allies:
    • Despite his past as a Yakuza member, Kazuma Kiryu didn't take long to become one of their allies thanks to his fierce drive towards not fighting as much as possible and protecting children, to the point that Kiryu takes more pride in protecting and caring for children at an orphanage than anything else he's done in his life. Both traits which they find especially surprising for someone who'd previously belonged to a large criminal organization.
    • While the Star Fox Team may be mercenaries for hire, their fight for the common good and safety of the Universe allowed both groups to befriend each other. Among their members, a small rivalry between Kai and Falco arose, usually on who is the best shot and melee fighter. Meanwhile the 3 original Sheriffs and Peppy enjoy to share their stories with each other, usually having a laugh about their retirements from field duties without actively leaving their job altogether, Peppy himself was quite impressed to learn that Retsu got ascended once he retired as a Space Sheriff, and was also glad he could settle down with the woman he loves in peace.
    • Samus Aran, who while being a bounty hunter, is much more morally grounded than the ones that the Space Sheriffs usually fight. She is glad that with their ascension there are more law enforcers that can help the fight against evil. She's also started a rivalry with Geki, who was impressed by her fighting skills enough to request a friendly fight. It does help that Samus has cooperated previously with law-enforcing factions, and therefore little is required to make them team up.
    • Dominic Toretto, who also has worked for law enforcement on occasion. His case is helped by the fact that he's a genuinely good person despite his past and will fight and oppose those who are legitimately evil or criminals who are far worse than he was.
  • At any rate, it is safe to say that monstrous and unforgivable criminals are high on their enemies list. Chief among them are those in the House of Crime and Transgressions.
    • Frieza and King Cold are two notable examples of their worst enemies, given the duo's knack for trafficking planets and causing wanton destruction for the sake of keeping their power. Their cruelty towards their minions (even if Frieza has toned it down for pragmatic reasons). Their genocides also contributed to making the Sheriffs loathe the planet-dealers. This enmity also extends to Frieza's brother, Cooler, though given Cooler's absence on his duties of planet-trafficking he's not as high on their list as the rest of his family. Likewise, Frost of Universe 6 is also high as a priority target, moreso due to pretending to be a good guy and a law enforcer, which resonates too badly with many impostors and fake law enforcers that the Sheriffs had to deal with.
    • Professor Moriarty, the well-known criminal mastermind. Despite his nature as a criminal restricted to Earth, his dangerous mind has made him a target of the Sheriffs, who know fully well from cooperation with Sherlock Holmes and associates. Moriarty himself is intrigued by the Sheriffs, hoping they can prove as challenging to play mind games against as Sherlock is.
    • Dangerous serial killers such as The Joker, Takeshi Asakura and Victor Zsasz are also among their highest priorities to take down in any circumstances. The sheer depravity of the three criminals and their viciousness being big factors in their positions. Likewise, Asakura's own enmity with the Kamen Riders has made the Sheriffs label him as one of the greater threats to face.
    • As a result of becoming allies with Samus, the Sheriffs have also become enemies with her hated foes, such as Ridley and Mother Brain, due to their sheer cruelty and unforgivable actions against innocents. The two's dealings with Phazon, also extended the Sheriff's enmity towards the planetary parasite, viewing it as an entity to be completely exterminated due to the risk of their.
  • They have put the Diamond Authority on strict surveillance, while the trio might have redeemed themselves they still caused a lot of damage to the Universe in the past. For the most part, they are willing to let them be due to their Heel–Face Turn, but have clarified that the moment the Diamonds try anything funny, they will take necessary actions to protect Earth and the Universe from anything they try.
  • On rare occasions they'll team up with Wolf from the Star Wolf mercenary team. While he is far more scrupulous as a bounty hunter and was once affiliated with Andross, he at least appears to be good deep down and won't doubt about fighting the good fight if the situation calls for it. Thus the Sheriffs are willing to give them a wide berth, even if they feel uneasy about it. With Geki being the only one of them that doesn't minds as much.
  • Another enemy they gained was Ragyo Kiryuin, a sadistic human woman who betrayed her own species to the Life Fibers for the sake of power, and that's not getting into what she did to Ryuko and Satsuki, her daughters. The Sheriffs view her as a high-priority target due to the dangers that the Life Fibers can pose to the Universe and Ragyo's complete insanity only worsening the problem.
    • In a similar vein, Black Doom has also earned their ire with his plans of using humanity as cattle for himself and his lack of care about anyone but himself.
  • They have also ran into problems with the Eliksni, as the race of ravenous, planet-looters have brought upon the Sheriff's opposition of their actions. Though Geki feels pity for their situation, he won't condone the extremes they take to get resources, as he considers it unfair to the innocents caught in their fight.
  • Have become great allies with the good-aligned Star Wars deities. Particularly Luke Skywalker, Padme Amidala, and Rogue One. Mainly due to their roles in keeping peace in the galaxy and confronting the Empire, Separatists and various other evils that plagued their lives. The Star Wars deities remain as one of their most firm allies. There's also a bit of a rivalry between Shu and Rey, mainly on swordfighting due to their skills with light swords.
  • Are fierce enemies with invading alien forces such as the Decepticons, the Martians, the Daleks, the Combine, the Vex, the Shroobs among many others. Most especially those groups for the devastation they brought upon the Universe and their actions towards the inhabitants of planets they invaded, as well as the fact that their ultimate goal is complete domination of the Universe, which will involve subjecting all other lifeforms to slavery or extinction.
    • On the Daleks, their desire to destroy and exterminate all that isn't them or fits their view, makes them the number 1 priority for the Sheriffs over all the other alien races. The Daleks themselves hate them for being a law-enforcing unit that operates on a galactic/universal scale and as such have placed them high on their enemies' list.
    • Similarly, they've put creatures such as the Aparoids, Tyranids and Gyaos on a extermination list, due to the danger their uncontrolled growth poses to all living beings. For the task, various of their allies such as Ellen Ripley, Samus, the Star Fox and Star Wolf teams, the Lantern Corps, Riders, Sentai and Ultra are all willing to lend a hand in order to deal with the threats.
  • Loathe Davros for the genocide of his own species and representing the worst parts of scientific advancement as a whole. That he also plans on removing emotions such as kindness and compassion also made them hate him, as while the Sheriffs can occasionally be harsh, they mean well and don't reject the idea of being kinder and more forgiving in general.
  • They be found also in the House of Celestial Bodies and Stars.

Lesser Gods

    Carmelita Fox 
Carmelita Montoya Fox, Goddess of Interpol Special Agents (Inspector Fox)
  • Lesser Goddess (Greater Goddess while possessed by the Mask of Dark Earth)
  • Symbol: Her shock-pistol
  • Theme Song: Carmelita's Dance
  • Alignment: Generally Lawful Neutral with a Lawful Stupid mindset
  • Portfolio: Interpol Special Agent, Action Girl with a shock pistol, Anti-Villain, quite cruel (though she claims to be honest), All Crimes Are Equal, constantly changing voices and accent, Sympathetic Inspector Antagonist, Friendly Enemy (sometimes), Knight Templar, Rival Turned Evil (when at her worst), Slap-Slap-Kiss
  • Domains: Law, Justice
  • High Priest: Koichi Zenigata
  • Allies: Aqua, Chun-Li, Lin Beifong, Mako, Bolin, Hidemi Hondou (Black Organization)), President Josiah Bartlet
  • Friendly Enemies: Sly Cooper, Bentley Turtle, Murray Hippo, Sora, Riku, Kairi
  • Enemies: Neyla, Penelope Mouse, Terra, Scar, Sash Lilac, Carol Tea, Milla Basset, most of the Houses of Crime, Hatred, and Villainy.
  • Rival: Sark
  • Ascended because of her request to keep the pantheon in check after suspicious behavior from some gods. Let's just say that a lot of evil gods were "not pleased".
  • Sly overheard of Carmelita's ascension and wanted to congratulate her. However, he's got a big bounty on his head, she's very ticked on his ascension long ago, and even the vents are heavily secured... It's fortunate enough that Murray was waiting outside with the van should the attempt on the congrats fail.
  • At one point, Carmelita had a lancer named Neyla who teamed up with her in several missions, even though they hate each other's guts. Of course, Neyla was able to frame Carmelita for being an ally of Sly (when she hated him at the time), and got her suspended and captured by The Contessa. Carmelita was able to get her revenge later by smashing the Hate Chip that was keeping Neyla (and Clockwerk, whom she was possessing at the time) alive, getting her job back as a result.
  • Has a very black-and-white view on crime, and even the slightest mishap could cause you to be hunted down and shot at by Carmelita. It does not matter if you're an Anti-Hero like Kevin Levin, or purely innocent like Winnie the Pooh; commit one crime, and she'll pursue you until you're dead or in jail. In fact, Terra is even on her "black-list" thanks to the many times he helped several villains out, even if unintentionally.
    • Speaking of Keyblade Wielders, Carmelita has little trust towards Sora, due to his friendship with Jack Sparrow (a pirate), and would only team up with him if forced. She doesn't trust Riku either, on account of his former alliance with Maleficent. She doesn't think very highly of Kairi, either.
    • Heck, the only Keyblade Wielders Carmelita can even trust are Aqua and Ventus; the former because she also has a black-and-white view on criminals thanks to Master Eraqus' anti-darkness teachings (which once nearly lead to her recreating the χ-blade when she tried to assassinate Lady Tremaine and her daughters using light); the latter for not having a single nasty thought in his head. However, Aqua can sense a strong amount of darkness in Carmelita's heart, and fears her hatred towards the Cooper Gang (most of the time) will lead to her ending up like Terra. Ironically, Aqua succumbed first, leading to a rift between the two because of Carmelita's Black-and-White Insanity.
  • She claims to be an honest cop, but one adventure shows her as a villainous cop who's willing to kill Sly and his friends in order to stop them, and even shoots one of Penelope's guards for no reason. In fact, her darkened heart is one reason why the Mask of Dark Earth was able to latch onto her, and (combined with Bentley's sleep darts) grow her into a giant... and go on a rampage against the Cooper Gang.
    • She fully remembers her possession, and it's hinted that she was in full control, strengthening her status as a villain. A few gods even wondered what would happen if she and Sark were to clash in a battle...
    • Fortunately, things got better, though there was a bit of a zig zag. She and Sly entered a relationship when he seemingly got amnesia and forgot his thieving ways, only for him to be unable to resist a caper, thus angering her and breaking the two up. That said, this time chasing him around the world (and the timestream in this case) while meeting many of his ancestors caused her to realize that Sly, being a gentleman thief against crooks, fights the same good fight as her, just through the other side of the law. Ultimately the two would reconcile before getting separated in the final fight against a certain villain. Desperately searching high and low, neither she nor his gang found any trace of him... until he turned back up in Paris months later, revealing that he'd been stuck at the Pyramids of Egypt for a good while.
  • Unfortunately, Aqua and Carmelita fell out of speaking terms because of Aqua's fall to darkness. Even after Aqua was purified, and reunited with Terra and Ventus, Carmelita refused to talk to her for a time because of her devotion to the law. Then Aqua recalled the Mask of Dark Earth incident, upon which Carmelita... was surprisingly quick to take back her harsh stance, calling it a good answer and accepting her as an ally again.
  • When Chun-Li asked her about the sudden change of heart, Carmelita revealed how her last encounter with Sly had altered her perspective. While still opposed to thieves and criminals by default, she sees that there are virtuous ones out there. She's decided that working with them to nab the real bad guys can be her way of keeping them in line. As proof of this, she revealed that she has a spy on the inside of the Black Organization. She simply continued giving Aqua a hard time to make sure she was back to normal and understood why everything happened as it did with both of them.
  • Because she reminds them of Neera Li, Lilac and her friends don't really like sticking around with her. Carmelita on her part doesn't like them either due to Lilac and Carol's thieving pasts and Milla for siding with them.
  • Carmelita hates it when nothing against the views of the GUAL happens over a long period of time. Of course, here in this Pantheon, a lack of craziness is unheard of.
    Carmelita: (if nothing happens) Another uneventful patrol. This pantheon is beautiful, but a bit quiet for my tastes.
    • Her alliance with the GUAL seemed to have forced her into a Sadistic Choice in the aftermath of the "Diamond Disaster", where she must choose between staying with the GUAL and being labelled a villain, or return to the GUAG and lose her control over law and order. Fortunately, it turned out the Magistrate Judges and Council of Liberty were still intact as the force within the GUAL countering YHVH's tyrannical approach. Just as well, since she ultimately confessed she would've left otherwise after the last incident with Sly.

    Cole Phelps 
Cole Phelps, God of Cops That Follow The Rules (The Ghost, The Shadow of Death, The Pusher)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: An LAPD badge
  • Theme Song: Menu Theme
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (Lawful Stupid at his worst)
  • Portfolio: A skilled boxer, one of the only honest cops in the LAPD, fluent in Japanese and is familiar with classic literature, haunted by the events on Okinawa, A Good Cop with some Bad Publicity, The Atoner
  • Domains: Detectives, Military, Crime Solving
  • Heralds: Stefan Bekowsky, Finbarr “Rusty” Galloway, Herschel Biggs
  • High Priest: Koichi Zenigata
  • Allies: Jim Gordon, Chief Wiggum, Lin Beifong, Naoto Shirogane
  • Conflicted opinion: Carmelita Fox, SomeCallMeJohnny of BrainScratchComms
  • Enemies: Carmen Sandiego, James Moriarty, Scott Shelby, Manny Pardo, The House of Villainy, Banzai Chargers
  • Opposed By: The Couples of the House of Love, A few deities in the House of War
  • Odd Friendship: John Marston
  • Cole Phelps has been called by many names; Lieutenant, war hero, Patrolman, case man, Detective, and when he shed his mortal shell in 1947, God was soon added to the list. At first, Phelps was both in awe and lost of the strange world before him, but with the help of Jim Gordon, he was given a position in the House of Justice, working to improve his detective skills and keep the Pantheon a safer place.
  • Initially many were a bit skeptical about Phelps, considering he had a rather controversial affair that ruined his public perception and he has a rather dark military past he would rather leave behind. However, he ended up leaving a good impression after catching a member of the GUAE attempting to murder one of the heads of the GUAG before they had the chance and has since been gaining a more positive reception.
    • However, there are plenty of Gods in the House of Love and Affection who will never live down his affair.
  • Like many good detectives in the Pantheon, Cole has dedicated himself to hunting down and apprehending both Carmen Sandiego and James Moriarty. Considering that Cole managed to catch one of the most infamous Serial Killers from his time (The Werewolf/Black Dahlia Killer) but was unable to be recognized considering the brother of the murderer was a powerful politician, he is more than up to the task and has received support from many of the law forces in the pantheon.
  • Phelps was quick to bring most of his old partners up as heralds, who often accompany him on investigations. The only exception was Roy Earle from the Vice desk. He was immediately booted out of the Pantheon after being brought up for inspection. Some though have found it odd that strange that Phelps didn’t choose his wartime associate and rival Jack Kelso for Herald. Phelps’s response;
    Cole Phelps: He’ll make it up. Sooner than later.
  • After hearing reports that his driving had become hazardous, Phelps paid a visit to SomeCallMeJohnny of the Super Gaming Brothers, telling him to stop spreading the rumours. Johnny then explained it was actually his brother Elliot doing the driving and promised to make sure the rumours stopped... they haven’t.
  • Sympathizes a lot with John Marston, strange considering no one expected the lawful Cole to become friends with a former outlaw. While at first Marston was hesitant to approach a fed, Phelps confessed that he also was a victim of things from his past that haunted him. also suffering a betrayal from a Jerkass associate and Cole even gave his life to save others from impending danger. The one thing Marston doesn't approve about Phelps is that he cheated on his wife with Elsa Lichtmann but other than that he is an ok guy.
  • Considers the likes of Scott Shelby and Manny Pardo to a be a disgrace to the armed forces. One because it perpetuated the stereotype of cops being uncaring deranged lunatics (Something he had been accused before thanks to some of his possible overreactions when interrogating someone) and the other because he took advantages of his clients to bury his dark deeds. With Shelby it hit to close to home when he heard his namesake of the Origami Killer, reminding him of a marine he commanded in the second World War, Ira Hogeboom, who later went to become a Serial Arsonist after Cole accidentally forced him to burn down a Japanese Cave full of Civilians and to atone he became obsessed with Origami figures.
  • Some people of the House of Military and Warfare have digged about Cole's past in the military and found out about his less than stellar performance as a Lieutenant. His own marines never liked him, some even came to resent him after the cave incident and later becoming a cop. For that reason, some of the soldiers in that house don't think highly of him.
    • Not helped by the fact that he is known as "The Shadow of Death" for his tendency to get his men killed, often unwillingly.
  • Japanese deities that lived during the WW2 era are not very fond of Cole given her involvement in the war, less so when they heard about the Cave incident. Ironically, his game is quite popular in modern Japan.
  • Whenever someone says something very suspicious, Phelps usually makes this face

    Dirty Harry 
Harold Francis Callahan, God of Vigilante Cops (Dirty Harry)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His .44 Magnum revolver on top of a Police Badge
  • Theme Song: from his movies
  • Alignment: Lawful Good with neutral tendencies
  • Portfolio: Anti-Hero, Carries a Smith & Wesson Model 29 .44 Magnum revolver, Clint Squint, Cool Shades, Deadpan Snarker, Exalted Torturer, Good Is Not Nice, Noble Bigot with a Badge, No Warrant? No Problem!,
  • Domains: Law, Good, Destruction, Torture, Defense, Guns
  • Followers: Burnett and Lowrey, Axel Foley, Tequila, Martin Riggs, Detectives Carter and Lee, U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens, Masayoshi Tanimura
  • High Priest: Lt. Frank Bullitt
  • Allies: RoboCop, Samuel Vimes, Kurtis Stryker, Lennie Briscoe, Ron Swanson, John McClane
  • Enemies: The Joker, most gods in the Houses of Crime and Villains, Carl Johnson, Tommy Vercetti, Niko Bellic, Yosemite Sam
  • Rivals: Revolver Ocelot, John Marston, Lucky Luke, The Lone Ranger
  • Opposes: The Nostalgic Critic
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: The Punisher
  • Odd Friendship: The Man With No Name
  • Annoys: Omar Little
  • The old god of Cowboy Law was Sledge Hammer!. No one doubted that he was completely devoted to the cause and his followers. In his last mission, he tracked down the Joker, cornering him on the street. His allies offered their assistance, with the Inspector responding: "Trust me; I know what I'm doing." Turns out he bit out more than he could chew, with the Joker spraying acid on his face. He was sent to the House of Health and Disease, but they were too late. A new god was needed, and it turns out there was a perfect candidate for the title; a man holding similar weapons walked up to take over the title. Once he ascended, Dirty Harry was quick to pick some of the most prominent cowboy cops in the Pantheon. He swore to bring the Clown Prince of Crime to justice. That doesn't mean he's willing to partner with any of them.
  • Many in the House of Justice were glad to see Harry ascend, citing him as an inspiration to not only for cops but for those with tough interrogation techniques. Even Sam Vimes, God of Policemen and leader of deified cops, lets him off with a loose leash, only pulling back under the most extreme decisions. Never one to team up with anyone, he prefers to work his cases on his own... until Sam Vimes pairs him up with the newest recruit in the house.
    • There is one god in the House that he meets up more than most, ironic as he also prefers to work alone. Both he and Ron Swanson share a breakfast meal together before they go back to work.
  • He just can't help but feel a connection with the mysterious Spirit of the West. Indeed, the two ever look similar. Oddly, the spirit visits Dirty Harry more often than most other deities.
  • When he found out that the Gorillaz made a song in commemoration of him, he could help but check it out. It was one of the few things that managed to warm Dirty Harry's heart... for a brief moment before going back to work.
  • Few suspected that the Undertaker would be a fan of his actions, but lo and behold some footage of him parodying Harry was found. Harry was merely amused.
  • He was not pleased in the slightest in the Nostalgic Critic when one of his followers released a scathing review of his exploits.
  • Harry is much more active in dealing with the House of Crime, ruffling up followers to get a chance to put them in jail. The deity of Gangsters is among the top of the list to capture. The followers of both deities run into each other many times. This extends to all of the GTA gods, whether they are associated with their criminal activities or not.
  • Sometimes goes on the hunt for Yosemite Sam whenever he goes back into his outlaw ways.
  • The only reason that Dirty Harry doesn't go after Omar Little is that there are far worst criminals to deal with as well as the fact that a few in the House of Justice depend on his intel. Omar himself has been able to get in good terms with the cop, with Harry seeing no difference between his thieves and that of more hardened criminals... to say nothing of his remarks on his color.
  • Some of the folks who work with the House of Justice aren't that fond of him either. Lucky Luke and the Lone Ranger see his tactics as too violent for their tastes.
  • There has been a discussion as to how Harry got his nickname. One would get no help from Harry himself, who has kept his mouth shut in the matter. The House of Love has pulled much of its resources into finding the unlucky girl who was responsible.
  • If the Punisher was an official police officer, the two would have been on better terms. Common methods aside, Harry sees him as a vigilante that acts outside of the law. Still, the two often team up as they both go after similar criminals, leaving many of them dead as a result. That's probably why the two do not regard themselves as enemies for now.
  • There is little doubt that the House of Justice is often under Revolver Ocelot's machinations, no matter how hard the gods there deny that. So when Dirty Harry took a more prominent role there, he couldn't help but grimace. This is one cop that won't be as easy to manipulate. The best he could do was to point out more dangerous villains for Harry to put down.
  • Always keeps a bullet handy whenever he visits John Marston's temple. The retired outlaw may no longer be in business, but Harry is willing to work on the more aggressive gods to bring him in at the slightest misstep.
  • When John McClane found out about the new god of Vigilante Cops, he went straight over to Harry's temple, offering him a meal on the house. Both of them discussed the problems with bureaucracy in the police force before parting ways. The two are one of the most prolific action heroes in the Pantheon. Dirty Harry knows that danger always seems to follow the human monkey wrench, making it easy for him to track down the perpetrators.
  • Whenever he does corner a villain, he prefers to keep track on the number of bullets in his Magnum, daring them to attack them so they could find out if he has one more bullet...
    Dirty Harry: Go ahead. Make my day.

    The Imperial Watch 
Okay. Who's nex- oh, whoops. Didn't mean to knock that ov-

"Stop right there, criminal scum! Nobody breaks the law on my watch! I'm confiscating your stolen goods. Now pay your fine or it's off to jail."

The Imperial Watch, Divine Implacable Law Enforcement Unit
A guard of the Imperial Watch
  • Demigods individually. Lesser Gods as an organization.
  • Symbol: The banner for the Imperial Legion. Alternatively, a silhouette of the Imperial City.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral. Many elements of Lawful Stupid.
  • Portfolio: City Guards of the Imperial City, Nice Guys until the law is broken, Shoplift and Die, Disproportionate Retribution, Incoming Large Ham
  • Domains: Authority, Guards, Implacability
  • Allies: Uriel Septim VII and Martin Septim, The non-evil members of the House of Law and Justice (sort of), The 501st Legion, Miko Miyazaki
  • Enemies: The Dark Brotherhood, The Goat, The Goose, The Rock of Ages, Many of the Grand Theft Auto deities
  • Opposed by/Opposes: The Daedric Princes, The entire House of Crime and Transgressions, anyone who breaks the law
  • Conflicting Opinion: The Eight Travelers (sometimes allies, sometimes enemies)
  • Annoyed by: The Adoring Fan, the various troublemakers and tricksters of the Pantheon. Of note, there's Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Screwy Squirrel, The Road Runner, and Jerry
  • Heralds: Just about every other guard in The Elder Scrolls series
  • Every city needs it guards. They're integral to maintaining order and peace, after all, it goes without saying. And obvious people would appreciate it more if they're dedicated to their jobs, though there is such a thing as "too much" in everything. Enter the Imperial Watch, the city guards for the Imperial City at Cyrodiil. They're a nice bunch of guys in all honesty, but Divines forbid you break the law within their presence. Refuse to pay for your crime or spend jail-time and they will hound you to no end. No, it doesn't matter how severe the crime is, be it something as bad as murder or as innocuous as petty theft. They sniff out law-breaking like they do bloodhounds and will rip you apart like wild dogs if you still prove resistant.
  • Their ascension to the Pantheon was quite smooth and simple, especially in light to some other ascensions. The same can't be said about their introduction, however. They were first sighted collectively wailing on this one god. When the commotion was broken up by the House's local authorities the guards clarified that they were dealing with a filthy pickpocket. Similar, extreme cases of this enforcement of the law have been reported in and around the Pantheon not long after and after one guard was sighted literally chasing a god down on horseback for (accidentally) trespassing it didn't take long for people to realize what the guards ascended for.
  • Technically speaking, the Imperial Watch are not the only garrison of guards brought into the Pantheon. Various other city guards throughout the providence of Cyrodiil have been brought in to bolster their numbers from Bruma to Cheydinhal. Cosmetic differences aside, they share the same amount of zeal in upholding the law as they do with the Imperial Watch. It's just the latter was specifically chosen to be the face for the garrisons. In addition, various other guards throughout Tamriel's long and rich history have joined the fray. For example, the ones that hail from Hammerfall and High Rock are of seemingly never ending supply and will come for the perpetrator, often out of nowhere with little warning besides screaming "HALT!" ad infinium. Those that hail from the providence of Skyrim aren't that much behind, either. While notably not as omnscient or extreme compared to their compatriots not even nature herself is above the law in their eyes and they've been known to try and arrest Slaughterfish down by the rivers.
  • Worship of Daedra is greatly frowned upon throughout the Empire, the general consensus being that they're all evil, so it would come natural that they really didn't take kindly to the presence of the Daedric Princes. Of course, they can't do much against them personally, many of whom don't even acknowledge the watch's presence if at all (except for Sheogorath, though he has personal his reasons as he was once the Champion of Cyrodiil), and have since continued the Empire's policy on cracking down on their worship and dealings. On a less one-sided note the Dark Brotherhood were not at all happy hearing of the Imperial Watch's arrival since that means their operations are less likely to go as perfectly as before.
    • That said, they aren't quite adverse at the thought of working together. One time, when a Dark Brother was roaming the House of Love and Affection they suddenly had their belongs stolen by a god who's identity has yet to be disclosed. The assassin drew their weapon and screamed bloody murder at the thief and soon a handful of guards came marching on in. It culminated with both the assassin and the guards murdering the criminal and one of them warning the assassin that they're keeping an eye on him before both parties awkwardly stared at the corpse and walked away.
    Imperial Watch: Hm. Body's still warm. Looks like there's a killer about.
  • Asides from the Princes and the Dark Brotherhood they also don't really like the Adoring Fan. Unlike them, it's not because he's a criminal or anything like that. He's just annoying. And without the Champion of Cyrodiil around that means he's more likely to cross paths with him since he's more open to a figure to fawn for as Grand Champion. They'll still punish those committing assault or murder towards him as with every other crime, they're just more empathetic of the reasons this time around.
  • You are a fool if you think the physical limitations of their own bodies can contain their ability to uphold the law.
  • Due to their placement, many of their numbers are greatly concentrated in around the House of Justice. They're friendly enough to anyone who isn't outwardly corrupt and evil though the same can't really be reciprocated due to their methods. And befitting their role, it actually isn't that uncommon of a sight to see them assisting the 501st Legion. Mind you, the troopers are pretty numerous on their own but it doesn't help to have a few more watchful eyes around. Especially in the Pantheon, where it can all too easily nosedive into its usual chaotic shenanigans, never-mind the giant overarching war involving these larger than life alliances and cabals. Their only real ally comes in the form of the paladin, Miko Miyazaki, whom they praise for her dedication to her code. This is in spite of the fact that she, conceptually, was meant to be a dig on those who zealously adhere to such oaths. No use in trying to break the news to them now, though.
    • On the other side of the spectrum they really aren't a fan of the fact that there's an entire House dedicated to crime and other such dubious folk and business. They'd tear down the entire House if they'd could but setting aside the resistance they would meet the place but they're actually not allowed in to begin with. They heed the ban, but that doesn't stop them from waiting outside the various entrances.
    Thief: Hm. No sign of 'em. Looks like the coast is cl-
    [A guard falls from the sky]
    Imperial Watch: It's all over, lawbreaker! Your spree is at an end. I'll take any stolen goods you have. The next move is yours — Pay your fine, or I haul you away!
  • They have remarkably mixed feelings with a certain party known as the Eight Travelers. On one hand, they respect them as heroes for what they've done for Osterra with beating out the Dark God known as Galdera. It brings back to mind the Champion of Cyrodiil and their accomplishments during the events of the Oblivion Crisis all those years ago. On the other hand, they also don't tolerate their occasional psychopathic shenanigans either through buying/stealing everything that isn't properly nailed down on a person, picking a fight with all sorts of citizens, or just being nosy and annoying. No lawbreaking will ever be tolerated, even if they walk from one end of the Pantheon to next and jump into some other dimension or something. Even as they eventually choose to pay the tavern keepers to improve their reputation they still look at them somewhat warily.
  • Among the more tricky and/or trouble-making folk, the Imperial Watch may as well be one of their go-to targets. In fact, it's practically a rite of passage when starting out in the Pantheon, something they don't at all find amusing. Prominent among them are Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, and Screwy Squirrel for being among the first to do so and setting the tone for the rest of their stay. The Road Runner and Jerry also frequently engage in this, although their tend to be indirect by way of baiting their respective adversaries, Wile E. Coyote and Tom, into attacking them.
  • One of the worst offenders they've encountered by far would be dreaded gang consisting of the Goose, the Goat, and the Rock of Ages. The infamy of this terrible trio is known throughout the lands and the imperials have been aching at a chance to make them pay. When asked about them, they claim that time and time again they have slipped through their grasp just when they think they've caught up with them. In reality, it's not even close. Not on your life. The Goat and the boulder makes it damn near impossible.
    • Second to them are the many gods that hail from the Grand Theft Auto series due to pretty much all of them being criminals, or at the very, very least related to such activity. They would have gone up to the Court of Gods to have them all booted out of the Pantheon but alas, a request like that just isn't realistic. So they've stuck with chasing them down the normal way, even if the offenders are onboard actual vehicles while they give chase on foot.
Like I'm gonna pay a fine for a fork!

"Then pay with your blood!"

    Jim Gordon 
James Worthington "Jim" Gordon, God of Lawful Allegiance to Superheroes (Commissioner Gordon, Batman, Jack the Ripper)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The GCPD badge
  • Theme Song: Gordon's Theme from Gotham
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (Chaotic Evil in Gaslight)
  • Portfolio: By-the-Book Cop, Lawful Ally to Batman, Badass Normal, Reasonable Authority Figure, The Stoic, The Fettered, Morality Chain to Batman, Briefly Succeeding Batman
  • Heralds: Harvey Bullock (his partner), Sarah Essen (his second wife) and the rest of the Gotham City Police Department (especially the Major Crimes Unit)
  • High Priest: Naomasa Tsukauchi
  • Allies:
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Dirty Harry, Judge Dredd
  • Avoids: J.J. Jameson
  • Conflicting Opinion: Catwoman, Amanda Waller
  • Enemies: The Joker, The Riddler, Mr. Freeze, Bane, Talia Al Ghul, Walter White
  • Known by many as Batman's only law-abiding ally, Jim Gordon was a rare one - an honest cop in a city so full of corruption that everyone treated him as if he were corrupt. Though his first meeting with Batman was on shaky terms, he eventually grew to accept that for the time being, Gotham needed the vigilante to keep order.
  • Managed to ascend thanks to Batman and his friends using their godhood and some help from the GUAG, as a police liaison for the Pantheon's numerous superheroes was needed. Barbara Gordon in particular was happy to see her father in the Pantheon.
    • Wasn't all that surprised to learn that Batman's infamous rogues gallery had ascended as well.
  • Shocked to learn Thomas and Martha Wayne were present in the Pantheon. Gordon was already working on the GCPD by the time the Waynes were murdered. He was the one who comforted a young Bruce Wayne in the precinct, indirectly becoming a father figure to the traumatized child. Thomas and Martha thanked him for being there for Bruce and giving him some hope for the future.
  • It has been said that Gordon is smart enough to figure out the secret identities of every superhero. He is Gotham's best cop, after all. He simply chooses not to out of respect for their work and to keep plausible deniability.
  • Given his notorious partnership with Batman, it's no surprise Gordon is friends with Inspector G. Lestrade, who has a similar partnership with Sherlock Holmes. Conversely, this also makes him an enemy to Moriarty, someone who Gordon thinks that, for all his intellect and posturing, is not really any better than The Joker or The Riddler.
  • Has his hands full whenever he has to work on a case alongside Dirty Harry and Judge Dredd. To wit: he has the most notorious rulebreaker in police history on one hand, and the practical embodiment of law on the other. It's only thanks to Gordon these two haven't shot each other.
  • In one continuity that gave focus to Gordon's early years as a cop, he shared the same voice as Batman. After some awkward glares to each other, Gordon and Batman ultimately accepted it as a way to strengthen their friendship.
    • At the same time, he had the same voice as notorious drug lord Walter White. Having heard of White's crimes, Gordon has sworn to take him in. However, White knows how to cover his tracks and dares not to attack Gordon directly, as doing so will send Batman and his family coming for him, and given the enemies they face, all of which can get in the way of his criminal enterprise, watching is all he's going to do. Fortunately, that same avatar also earned him the friendship of Zordon, who offers him guidance and counsel in his quest for justice.
  • Annoyed that he shares an avatar with J.J. Jameson, given his hatred of superheroes, including Batman. Not helping matter is Jameson threatening to smear the GCPD for being so incompetent that they need help from a vigilante. Clearly, Jameson hasn't spent a day in Gotham. Meanwhile, Spider-Man loves Gordon, thinking him to be a more rugged and serious version of Uncle Ben.
  • Good friends with Sirius Black, and not just because they look the same. Aware Sirius was majorly screwed over by the wizarding world's legal system, Gordon feels obligated to make sure no has to suffer what Sirius endured. At least, Sirius appreciates Gordon's efforts and has helped in some cases as a consultant in magical affairs.
    • RoboCop once confused him for Dr. Norton thanks to that same avatar. Once the confusion was cleared up, Gordon and Murphy became friends. Gordon even said that RoboCop's black armor kinda reminds him of Batman.
  • As a believer in the rule of law, Gordon has an uneasy relationship with Amanda Waller, who is famous for being The Handler of the Suicide Squad. Although she keeps criminals on a short leash, her ruthlessness creeps him out to no end. In fact, he fears Batman could become just as nasty as her if he ever loses sight of his principles.
  • He once subbed for Batman. He'd rather not talk about it.


    Axel Stone, Adam Hunter & Blaze Fielding 
Axel Stone, Adam Hunter & Blaze Fielding, Deities of Rebellious Cops
L - R: Adam, Axel, Blaze

    Captain Holt 
Captain Raymond Holt, God of Minorities in the Police Force (Captain Holt)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His Medal of Valor
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: The Ace, Loves Analyzation, By-the-Book Cop, The Captain, Became a Bit More Fun In His Later Years, Cold Ham, The Comically Serious, Cultured, Perpetual Frowner, No Social Skills, Reasonable Authority Figure, Straight Gay (Mostly), Takes Competition Seriously, The Stoic, Team Dad, Will Not Tell a Lie
  • Domains: Cops, Race, Homosexuality
  • Heralds: Kevin Cozner, his husband, and Cheddar, his pet Corgi
  • Followers: Pero, Ron Stallman, The Issacson Brothers, Christina "Chris" Alonso, Lou
  • Superior to: Jake Peralta, Amy Santiago
  • Allies: All good Deities in the Houses of Justice and Romantic Orientation, Cole Phelps, John Luther, Patrick Jane, Renée Montoya, Mozart and Beethoven
  • Enemies: All evil Deities in the House of Crime and Transgressions, Bambi Hughes
  • Pities: Anthony Chu
  • Opposes: Rosco P. Coltrane
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Gene Hunt, John Constantine
  • Odd Friendship: Team RWBY
  • Jake Peralta and Amy Santiago enjoyed working in the Pantheon, but something was always wrong. Police duties weren't the same without their boss, Captain Holt, so they tried convincing him to come with them. He wasn't impressed with Jake's description of it being "a place filled with various characters from pop culture", mostly because only 1% of the gods were from historical classics. However, he relented and is now giving them orders in the House of Justice.
    • He ended up getting Twofer Token Minority as his trope, since throughout his time at the NYPD, it was regularly noted that he was black and gay and was promoted up the ranks partly because of his race and sexuality. Holt was conflicted about this, as he wanted to ascend because of all of the hard work he had done and not because he's a minority. However, as someone who had to face discrimination early in his career, he's happy that most of the Pantheon is fine with his lifestyle.
  • Just from seeing his personality, many were surprised that he's actually gay. With that said, Holt isn't entirely free of features from Camp Gay stereotypes, it's just hard to tell from his reserved nature. He's fussy, neat, and cultured, and is an amazing ballroom dancer. Plus, he especially loves classical music. In fact, he nearly lost his breath when saw Mozart and Beethoven in the same house.
  • Holt's the founding member of an organization for African American gay and lesbian police officers, so he's very disappointed that there aren't any cops (or anyone) who's Black and LGBT in the Pantheon. He does hope that he can get more alike people to ascend.
    • He tried to find other law-enforcing minorities with varying degrees of success. Despite his questionable methods, John Luther is good co-workers with him. On the other hand, Holt really finds it hard to tolerate John Constantine due to his smartass attitude, though he does admit his abilities are very useful for stopping fantastical criminals.
  • He was wary of Cole Phelps for being a white guy from the late 1940s, a not-so-progressive time in history. Surprisingly, not only was Cole fine with him, they found a common interest in classic literature. The two have worked on various cases ever since.
  • Holt works a lot with Renée Montoya, not just that she's a fellow twofer token, but because she also faced discrimination for being homosexual. (In Renée's case, from her parents) Holt has noted that she reminds him of a (somehow) tougher version of Rosa Diaz. Granted, Rosa's bisexual, not a lesbian, but she's close enough for him.
  • As someone who loves analyzation, he can definitely appreciate a guy like Patrick Jane, who uses it to solve crimes. Unfortunately, this slightly ruined his partnership with Jake, who's pretty much best buds with Mr. Jane's rival, Shawn Spencer. For what it's worth, their interactions have gotten more hilarious.
  • Just because he's gay, doesn't mean that he gets along with every LGBT deity. One example of this is Buck Hughes; Holt is quite disgusted with his actions, and has successfully arrested him once when Buck tried to "have fun" with him.
  • For obvious reasons, he doesn't care for Gene Hunt's bigotry. Every time they meet, it's often filled with insults (with Gene using a specific word). Being tired of this conflict, the House of Justice forced them both to solve a case in hope that they'll warm up with each other. It kind of worked, but don't expect them to team up again.
  • He prefers his food bland and sees it as fuel more than anything else, so he mostly avoids the House of Food unless he's hungry. Upon getting his "Flavorless Nutrition Brick", he saw Anthony Chu eating a victim's finger.
    Holt: "Why are you eating that finger?"
    Tony: "It's for a case. Basically, every time I eat something, I get psychic visions of memories for what I ate. That finger I had from the poor guy? I just saw him head off to work."
    Holt: "And this is part of your job?"
    Tony: "Essentially my entire job."
    Holt: "..."
    Holt: "Wow, that is disgusting! I hope you have a nice day."
  • Considering that they're both laughably bland and stoic, some deities have compared him to Maud Pie. He'd like it if they'd stop telling him that, not because he insulted by it, in fact, he sees it as a compliment as he finds her very interesting since she's a talking pony, forgetting that the Pantheon is a World of Weirdness.
  • Holt had to deal with a corrupt sheriff when he was in Florida, so he naturally hates Rosco P. Coltrane. Though, even Rosco wouldn't go as far as to be homophobic like that cop was.
  • He may not seem like it, but Holt is really good at taking care of dogs as seen with his pet Corgi, Cheddar. One day, he was taking him for a walk, when Cheddar ran near Team RWBY to meet Zwei. While Holt was hesitant at first, due to how tough Zwei is, he relented and both him and the team have set up meetings so the two Welsh Corgis can play with each other.

    Clancy Wiggum 
Clancy Wiggum, God of Cops Straddling The Line Of Incompetence And Malice

    David Budd 
Sergeant David Budd, God of Ex-Military Police (Skipper)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His Metropolitan Police badge
  • Theme Song: Bodyguard
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Ex-Soldier in the MPS, Mr. Fanservice, Not So Stoic, Papa Wolf, Rescue Romance, Sergeant Rock, Shell-Shocked Veteran, Thousand-Yard Stare
  • Domains: Officers, Veterans, Bodyguards, Trauma
  • Herald: Vicky Budd
  • High Priest: Andy Sipowicz
  • Allies: John Watson, Ted Striker, Cole Phelps, Robb Stark, John Luther, John Rambo
  • Enemies: Professor Moriarty, Bandos, Walder Frey, Vito Scaletta, Big Brother
  • David Budd is a Police Sergeant who served 2 tours with the Royal Albion Regiment in the Afghanistan War. Dealing with severe trauma and psychological issues after his traumatic experiences as a soldier, his worsening mental health led him to separate from his wife and left him with a deep mistrust of politicians, especially ones who voted in favor of the war. Hiding his psychological scars under a cool demeanor, Budd is prone to unpredictable behavior under stress. After returning from his service, he joins London's Metropolitan Police's Royal and Specialist Protection Command and is assigned as the Principal Protection Officer of Home Secretary Julia Montague, whose support of a controversial anti-terrorism bill leaves her with many enemies. As the terrorist threat in London increases and he forms a relationship with Montague, Budd has to choose between his job and ideals.
  • Budd was taken aback when he had received an invitation to become a deity in the Tropes Pantheon. Budd, skeptical of such a thing, thought it to be made-up or a trap. Having been vital in stopping the criminal conspiracy and its terrorist activities due to Julia Montague's support of the RIPA 2018 bill, he was vigilant and on edge regarding any revenge attacks by criminal organizations, especially any allies of Luke Aikens, the crime lord who ordered Julia Montague's death. Not wanting himself or especially his family to be harmed, Budd stayed on high-alert for days after receiving the invitation. It was to his complete surprise and skepticism that he was transported to the Pantheon and informed that he was granted the title of God of Ex-Military Police. It took some convincing before Budd was convinced that this was all real. Having begun the occupational health treatment he needed after stopping the criminal conspiracy and amending his family relationships, Budd felt ready for it and accepted the position.
  • Budd's ascension was met with lots of celebration and fanfare within the House of Law and Justice. The ascended law enforcers of the House were glad to now have a god representing them who had served in the military. PS Budd was coolly humble about it and was grateful for their congratulations and support. Budd has garnered admiration for his accolades, serving two tours with active combat in the Afghanistan War through the Royal Albion Regiment in the British Army, as well as the dedication to his job as the Principal Protection Officer for Julia Montague, reversing her car through the road after her chauffeur got headshot by a sniper to save her even in spite of his dislike of her policies. In addition, Budd has gained praise for his overcoming of the mental health struggles that veterans like himself face and its effects on their political views and day-to-day lives when they become officers after their service. His ascension has helped bring to the Pantheon's attention the issues of trauma and pro-war policies among war veterans.
  • Budd has an interesting relationship with John Watson. An army doctor who was injured in the Afghanistan War, the two veterans were introduced to each other by mutual friends within the Hall of Officers because of their similar military and British backgrounds. The two got along thanks to Watson's natural friendliness, but their conversation took an interesting turn when the topic of adjusting to life after the war was brought up. Watson mentioned that after the war he was undergoing therapy—not for having trouble because of post-traumatic stress, but because he missed the excitement. Budd was in near disbelief when hearing about Watson's longing for the adrenaline rush of war, having nearly had his marriage ruined and suffered from psychological damage due to his PTSD that only began to improve after he finally accepted that he had a problem and willingly went to occupational therapy. Watson wasn't proud of his reckless craving for excitement, especially after Budd brought up his trauma from the war. Now, whenever the two meet, Budd's more serious, somber personality reminds Watson of how he can't help but crave a dangerous lifestyle. Nevertheless, Budd is glad that Watson isn't bound by trauma and using his gifts to help solve crime.
  • Continuing his ongoing treatment in his home world before he was chosen for ascension, Budd has been regularly visiting the House of Health and Diseases. There, he's been undergoing cognitive-behavioral therapy to change his pattern of behavior and thinking, which has seen success in Budd's recovery throughout time. At first, he had not been stepping into the House of Military and Warfare to avoid the risk of being triggered and having an episode of flashbacks to his trauma in the war. The constant warfare and combat in the sprawling landscape of the House makes it difficult for Budd to spend a long time there, especially when the House changes into the desert-like regions he fought in in Afghanistan. A trial of a form of cognitive behavioral therapy, exposure therapy, had Budd go visit the House of Military and Warfare and expose him to the triggering stimuli of fighting from afar repeatedly with increasingly longer periods over time, with the goal of desensitizing him. This trial of exposure therapy was successful, and slowly but surely David Budd is recovering from his PTSD.
  • Budd noted his uncanny resemblance to Robb Stark. Budd gained some respect for Robb when learning that, despite being a king, he's compassionate, just, and actually fought alongside his bannermen on the frontlines. He was glad to hear that in medieval Westeros, Robb was a ruler who partook in war himself and didn't just order his subjects to risk their lives without doing so himself. With a mistrust for politicians after serving in war, Budd had a low opinion of war hawks, especially those distant from soldiers' struggles. In part, Robb could understand Budd's trauma from the war which left him estranged from his wife, distant with his children, and suffering. The former King of the North was still angry and reeling from the Red Wedding after death, having lost his wife, mother, and own life due to the violation of guest right because he chose to marry the woman he loved instead of following through with an Arranged Marriage and put Honor Before Reason. Budd pitied Robb's cruel end and how his honor led to his death, wishing for the former king to find peace after death.
  • Collaborating on a criminal case, Budd met Lin Beifong, police chief of Republic City in her home world and now continuing her duties within the Pantheon. Her uncompromising, tough demeanor reminded Budd of Montague in many ways. But to Budd's mild relief, Lin showed that she didn't have the darker aspects of Montague that made it difficult to work with her but a kind, selfless personality underneath her steely exterior. He was pleasantly surprised to learn that Lin had even stepped down from her position as chief to fight off crime as a vigilante, having a respect for those willing to do the right thing regardless of the rules. Lin, in turn, was disappointed to find out his own commanding officer, Lorraine Craddock, was the one to be the crime syndicate's inside woman in the police force and made Budd the fall guy, hoping a chief would have more self respect. She joked about giving Budd an invitation to join her force if he could metalbend, with Budd reliant on his old-fashioned training to do his job. However, Lin was impressed enough by Budd's competence as a grounded copper and boyfriend, with the chance that they'd work together again out of a mutual respect.
  • Budd had a complicated love life before his ascension. He had separated from his wife Vicky due to his PTSD, and later became sexually involved with Julia Montague, the politician he served, despite their differing beliefs after he saves her life and they learned about their similarities — putting their work first and being separated from their spouses. This romance became cut short when Montague was assassinated, with Budd blaming himself for her death. After his wife helps save his life and he begins to get help for his mental health, Budd is hopeful that he can reconcile with Vicky. Not wanting to fail at his second chance when he eventually returns to his world, while in the House of Love and Affection he found help in the Ichiro and Ryoko Sato. Budd didn't expect to get couples counseling help from a duo of students, but their experience in couples counseling within the Pantheon and own history of separation and reconciliation gave the weary officer some insight and more hope that he could restore his marriage.
  • Budd's intense hate of Bandos stems not just from him being a malevolent god, but specifically a malevolent god of war. Bandos's glorification of war to his followers and orchestration of warfare all for his own personal warfare disgusts Budd, who detests war due to his traumatic experiences while serving the Royal Albion Regiment in the Afghanistan War. In his life in his original world, he grew to hate politicians like Julia Montague, who advocated for the war that mentally haunted him from his participation in it. Within the Pantheon amongst war deities, Bandos's ideology and actions regarding warfare without any of the honorable qualities of other war gods has earned him the veteran's hate. Bandos, who's made entire races and tribes his playthings as a war god, is unbothered by a Demigod like Budd and, if anything, relishes the fact he's earned his ire and is glad to learn about the negative influence war has had on the traumatized soldier.
  • One of the criminals Budd has been investigating since his ascension is Vito Scaletta, a former U.S. paratrooper in World War II who became a high-ranking mobster after his release from jail for serving the Clemente family. Budd was disappointed but not surprised to find out about a fellow veteran ending up in a life of crime, with Budd all too aware of the struggles in employment and mental health soldiers face after returning from war. Regardless, Budd still doesn't think his struggles are an excuse for Scaletta's violent methods. Scaletta, still carrying himself with the conduct of a criminal from the 1950's, continues to live the glamorous life of a 50's mobster contrasting the more grounded, serious Budd as he tries to arrest Scaletta. With his experience in uncovering a criminal conspiracy in his work in London, Budd is surely but slowly cracking down on Scaletta's criminal enterprise. Scaletta is amused by the chase but makes it clear if Budd becomes a problem he won't have any qualms killing him.
  • Julia Montague's spearheading of the controversial Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA-18) bill, which would have given the British government access to the public's data and internet activity without any judicial review to counter terrorism, put her at odds with Budd at first and eventually led to her death at the hands of a criminal conspiracy that would have been disadvantaged had the bill passed. Budd's opposition to RIPA-18 stemmed from the bill's intrusion of civil liberties and aggressive approach against terrorism, an ideological clash with the veteran after his experiences in the war on terror. For this reason, he detests the extreme of surveillance that Big Brother goes to, whose monitoring through hidden cameras and microphones to create an oppressive regime disgusts Budd, a firm believer in civil liberties. Having now seen the extreme of an intrusive regime, Budd is a vocal critic of the dictator's ideology. Unbeknownst to him, Big Brother is watching to make sure the former bodyguard doesn't cause him any problems.
  • "I've been a soldier, I've been a copper, you get to spot a bloke whose word is his bond."

    Inspector Javert 
Inspector Javert, God of Pursuit (The Implacable One, Emperor of the Devils, Dathings Jajvert)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A silhouette of his hands.
  • Theme Song: "Stars"
  • Alignment: Absolute Lawful Neutral; some would say Lawful Stupid
  • Portfolio: Honor Before Reason, Anti-Villain, Bureaucracy, Pursuit, Good Is Not Nice, Badass Longcoat, Black-and-White Insanity, By-the-Book Cop, feared amongst those in the Pantheon, Principles Zealot, ultimately driven to suicide
  • Domains: Law, Trickery, Retribution, Inquisition
  • Followers: Samuel Gerard, Leclerc, Game Master, Chase Devineaux,
  • Allies: Judge Dredd (to an extent), Miko Miyazaki (also to an extent), Caitlyn, Vi
  • Opposes: Virtually, The entire House of Crime and Transgressions, especially Jean Valjean, The Dark Judges, Rosco P. Coltrane, Monkey D. Luffy, Dolores Umbridge
  • Opposed by: Tintin, Ferris Bueller, Perry Mason, Phoenix Wright
  • Pities: Rorschach
  • When someone absolutely needs to be caught, the House of Justice sends this man to do the job. Javert will stop at nothing to bring the perp to justice. And gods forbid you try to break out of jail, as he will hunt you down to the ends of the earth to drag you back in bars. Whether he wants to enjoy seeing you punished, or if he honestly believes it's for your and everyone else's own good.
    • Inspector Javert bears a near-pathological obsession toward Jean Valjean that has not abated in the slightest since the end of their respective mortal lives (their relationship varying between what everyone else has seen or heard about them), but he is as of yet unable to capture his rival. Despite only stealing a loaf of bread, he remains Javert top priority, even when other officers pleaded to focus on other cases.
    • They had hoped that Jean Valjean's absence may finally calm his nerves. It only drove him further into paranoia, afraid that he may never find justice. Valjean's return in the House of Crime had him running straight into the temple with no backup. It went as well as one would expect. As punishment, he was demoted to Demigod. That won't stop him from achieving his objective one bit.
  • Despite demoting the officer, Dredd has an admiration for Javert's praise of the law. The Frenchman remains one of his persistent followers, knowing Javert can be relied on to do his best. Yet even he doesn't understand the man's obsession with a criminal that committed the slightest of crimes.
  • That's not to say Javert doesn't have anyone willing to help him out. Miko has wholeheartedly agreed with his terms. Javert is well pleased with her passion for upholding the law, but even he admits she goes too far. For example, he only wants Jean Valjean to serve time for violating his probation, not execute him. He has to constantly remind her not to go too far.
  • That pales in comparison to what the Dark Judges want to do to him, especially Judge Death. It eventually became too much for him to bear, signaling his opposition to their methods.
  • As shown in his followers page, there are many gods that have been dogged by his followers, whether justified or not. As such, he is far from the favorite officer in the House of Justice. Javert has defended their actions, stating if said gods would stop running and sort things out then they would be left alone.
    • Tintin would love that Javert stops sending Thomson and Thompson after him every time he goes off in an adventure. That said, they do end up helping him sometimes, following him to catch whatever bad guy Tintin is investigating.
    • Ferris Bueller has to deal with Javert every time he skips school. Either him or Principal Rooney would stop at nothing to bring him back to school.
    • Most officers don't even put Luffy in high regard for his piracy... except Javert. He has sent Smoker after the pirate. Unfortunately, his follower has long since been outpaced in power.
    • Illidan has to keep fending off Maiev Shadowsong whenever she's dispatched by Javert, though he's since become powerful enough to not worry too much about the fanatic Night Elf Warden.
    • Those that do get caught are usually protected by either Perry Mason or Phoenix Wright. Those two are usually successful in proving their clients to be not guilty. Javert is fine with the verdict; it's just that the attorneys wish Javert would do a better job vetting his targets.
  • Most cops are wary with working with Javert, but Caitlyn has proven to be the exception. She too has to deal with the agony of failing to capture one criminal. The two bonded over their failures and strove to help each other. They've proven to be a daunting team; no one has been able to escape when they worked together. Don't bother asking him if he knows who Caitlyn's target is. He's kept things tight-lipped.
    • The one sore spot would be with her partner Vi. While she has been vindicated of her past crimes, she ex-criminal can still hear complaints that she should have served her time.
  • While he admires this cop's tenacity to capture the Dukes of Hazzard, he still holds Rosco to a low regard. The Inspector has little patience for his constant failings against a group delinquent teenagers.
  • While he goes after the man for unlawful vigilantism, even he can't help but have a similar guilt for Rorschach. The man also saw things in black and white and ultimately couldn't survive a world full of gray. Sure that doesn't mean they will be friends any time soon, but the masked man may be the only criminal Javert might see as a Justified Criminal.
  • Is among many gods that absolutely despise Dolores Umbridge, though his reasoning is different than most. While he would agree the students at Hogwarts were acting irresponsibly, he was disgusted with how she abused her authority.
  • Has a good relationship with Maximus, as both shared an avatar and seek justice.
  • Jack Sparrow only sees Javert in an avatar that kinda looks like Barbossa, giving him more reasons to oppose the inspector.


    Inspector Lestrade 
Inspector G. Lestrade, God of Police Officers Aided By Great Detectives (Giles, Greg, Gareth, Gordon, Gina, Sholto, Gavin, Graham, Geoff, Giles)
The Modern Lestrade
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: A (New) Scotland Yard police badge
  • Theme: Lestrade - The Movie, Gina Lestrade ~ The Gunshot from Downtown for his Ace Attorney version
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Inspector Lestrade, Much More Competent Than Usually Portrayed, The Rival to Sherlock Holmes (though not a good one) and Inspector Tobias Gregson
  • Domains: British Law, Assistance, Apprehending
  • Herald: Scotland Yard police under him
  • High Priest: Inspector Juzo Megure
  • Allies:
  • Friendly Rival: Commissioner James Gordon, Cole Phelps
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Clancy Wiggum
  • Friendly Enemy: The Phantom Thieves of Hearts
  • Enemies: Professor James Moriarty, Arsène Lupin, Scott Shelby, The Slavers
  • Wary of: Goro Akechi
  • Evil(?) Counterpart: Inspector Javert
  • Opposes: The Houses of Crime and Transgressions and Tainted Law
  • Conflicting Opinion: Milky Holmes
  • It was an ordinary day in Baker Street when Inspector Lestrade came to 221b to consult with Sherlock Holmes on what he, at the time, thought was the most interesting (and mind-boggling) case he'd come across in weeks. That is, until he found neither of the flat's two occupants. After a bit of searching (and perhaps some minor snooping around), the Inspector was intrigued to find a door in the room he'd never seen before. Upon going through the unlocked door, Lestrade was bewildered to find Holmes and Watson waiting on the other side, who introduced him to the strange and crazy world of the Pantheon, a place where gods—including them—lived. Apparently they'd nominated him to be one, too, and he'd won, to Lestrade's great astonishment. As they made their way to the Main House to have his ascension made official, Holmes took this time to ask the Inspector what case must have brought him to Baker Street in the first place. Lestrade was somewhat embarrassed to realize he'd completely forgotten whatever that strange case had been about...
  • Inspector G. Lestrade is, according to Sherlock Holmes, the "best of the professionals". This may be a shallow compliment, however, considering Sherlock's usual opinion of "the professionals" in question, i.e. Scotland Yard. Nevertheless, most anytime Holmes works with the police, Lestrade is the one acting as the representative of the law, helping him solve cases as best he can and arresting the culprit when they inevitably get caught.
    • He has no problem telling those who ask what the "G" stands for, but no one can ever seem to remember what he tells them... the list of most common guesses are (in no particular order): Greg, Gareth, Gordon, Giles, and... Sholto? Holmes himself usually just calls him by his last name, and gives a different first name every time he's asked about it.
  • Ever since arriving in the Pantheon, Lestrade's increased workload and Holmes' increased demand from clients has forced the Inspector to branch out and consult with other detectives in the Pantheon, most of which are at the recommendation of Holmes himself. Although his jealousy at their greater investigative skills can flare up on occasion (particularly when getting assisted by much younger[-looking] deities), for the most part Lestrade's gotten used to being outclassed by those with sharper minds than his and respects them all, keeping his interactions as amiable as possible.
    • Prefers working with detectives whose methods are close to, if not identical, to that of Sherlock's, such as Conan Edogawa (even if he does find it difficult at times to take him seriously due to how young the kid isnote ) and, of course, Basil and Dawson (though he finds working with them rather difficult, since they're, y'know... micenote ).
    • Didn't think he'd ever find a detective with a bigger ego than Holmes until he had to work with Hercule Poirot, who often refers to him condescendingly as "Inspector Japp" (Lestrade, in a bit of playful retaliation, once pronounced his name "Poy-roat". The Belgian was not amused). However, even though Lestrade considers Poirot's very different investigative techniques (based more around psychological profiling than physical evidence) and habit of not revealing important details until the very end of the investigation irritating, there was little doubt that his methods get the job done and the Belgian detective's confidence is well-founded.
    • Would never tell either of them this to their faces, but he thinks L and Near are even stranger people than Sherlock is... which is really saying something. On a completely unrelated note, Watson once caught Lestrade trying to crouch on his office chair and eating lots of sugary candies. After all, now that he's worked with two legendary detectives who sit like that, maybe it would work for him.
    • His, as Holmes would put it, "shockingly conventional" way of thinking can make him a little uncomfortable working with detectives like the aforementioned Conan Edogawa, Ms. Marple, Nancy Drew, and Kyoko Kirigiri who are much younger (and/or more... um... female) than he's used to, even if they are no less capable than their peers. This leads to some tension when working with the Investigation Team, as he has to consciously remind himself that Naoto Shirogane isn't a guy. It certainly doesn't help that people are always calling her the "Detective Prince"note . He does make efforts to try and hide this discomfort, though, even if he knows it's useless. They are detectives, after all.
  • Despite his reputation for being incompetent, he's actually a fairly capable—if overly energetic—detective himself, having been in the force for twenty years and getting to the high rank of Inspector through sheer tenacity and determination. As he points out, any normal detective would look incompetent next to Sherlock Holmes. With that in mind, he often chooses to work cases by himself if they seem too simple and/or banal to interest the detectives he works with (though he does try to get out of working the really boring cases when they're not his division). Luckily for him, he has a good number of friends (and/or rivals) in the conventional police force as well.
    • Often enjoys partnering up with Cole Phelps when working conventional cases, referring to his way of solving crimes as being "workmanlike" (high praise from the conventional Lestrade) and using his fair amount of experience in modern times to help him adapt to modern detective work in the Pantheon. Lestrade often treats the cases they work on with a bit of a competitive streak, a habit Phelps tries to discourage.
    • Is probably one of the few cops who has no real problem working with John Luther. He acknowledges the man is Hot-Blooded and a bit of a Defective Detective that he has to work hard to keep in line, but it's nothing that working with Holmes hasn't prepared him for. He also knows that John Luther is a great man, and who knows? One day, if they're very, very lucky, he might even turn out to be a good one.
    • At first, he thought working with Detectives Cohle and Hart would be like working with Holmes and Watson... but as cops. To his surprise, though, it turned out to be more complicated than that, with both having their own separate, yet similar, personal issues. He still works fine with them most of the time, even if he does occasionally have to fake a drugs bust to get them to be transparent with him.
    • Has struck up a healthy repertoire with Commissioner Gordon over the shared responsibility of having to manage a brilliant detective. On one notable occasion, they got into something of an argument over whether Sherlock Holmes or The Batman was the easier to work with. Initially unable to come to an agreement, they both decided to switch roles with Gordon assisting Holmes and Lestrade assisting The Batman. Though they conceded that both detectives were probably equally brilliant, Gordon thought Holmes was much more arrogant and eccentric in his manner than Batman usually presented himself as, while Lestrade felt very awkward talking to the much more silent and standoffish vigilante. Gordon almost burst out laughing when Lestrade described how "incredibly annoying it was when he just disappeared while I was talking to him!"
    • Doesn't get along nearly as well with Chief Inspector Jacques Clouseau and Javert, though. Not only does Clouseau fancy himself a brilliant detective despite his immense clumsiness and strange foreign accent (and they are both French!), but he loves to rub in other officers' faces that he's a "Chief Inspector" and that he is the god of two tropes instead of one. Even so, Lestrade has to admit that he can respect the Frenchman's resolve, as Clouseau usually does manage to get the job done right... even if working with him often leads to much arguing before it is done. Javert, on the other hand, takes that very persistence Lestrade takes pride in and goes way too far with it, being far too focused on "24601" to get anything meaningful done.
    • Works closely with the Wright Anything Agency and Chief Prosecutor Miles Edgeworth. They appreciate that he's a little more competent than Inspector Gumshoe, and it probably helps that one of Phoenix's ancestors worked with Sherlock Holmes himself... even if Lestrade doesn't quite understand how that works.
    • Has had to work with Clancy Wiggum once or twice, to his irritation. Although at first it was nice to be the Sherlock Holmes to Wiggums'... er... Lestrade... for once, it got old very quickly. Lestrade could now somewhat understand why Holmes found it so hard to be nice to "ordinary people". Just imagine what the world would be like if everyone except you was like Wiggum...
  • As an honest cop, Lestrade obviously is opposed to the House of Crime and Tainted Law. Putting the former away is just part of his job, and the latter just serves to make that job harder than it has to be. He may not be a great cop, but he is a good one.
    • Is well aware of the reputation of the infamous Professor James Moriarty, even though he rarely interacts with the Napoleon of Crime himself. Moriarty doesn't think much of the Inspector, other than how he might be of use for his Arch-Enemy... or of use against him.
    • Arsène Lupin may not be the worst criminal in the Pantheon (honestly, probably not even in the top five...), but he is still a criminal, and his habit of announcing his crimes before he commits them and leaving clues to challenge police to stop him, as well as his famous rivalry with Sherlock Holmes, make it so that Lestrade has come up against him a number of times in the course of helping Holmes. In turn, Lupin doesn't really give much thought to him, though he does like to disguise himself as Lestrade to humiliate him while on heists.
    • On a similar note, Lestrade is opposed to the Phantom Thieves of Hearts, as even with their good intentions, they are still criminals, and at first worked with the other "Detective Prince"note , Goro Akechi, to try and bring them in. This brief alliance ended tragically when it turned out that Akechi was merely using Lestrade as a sort of bait in a scheme to kill Professor Moriarty. Way out of his depths, the plan went awry, and Lestrade had to be saved by the very criminals he'd been chasing (needless to say, he doesn't have much trust in Akechi anymore). Initially, the Phantom Thieves were suspicious that Lestrade might be as incompetent/corrupt as the majority of police from their world, but after the successful rescue and cooperation, they realized he was genuinely a good cop. He'll still try to catch them if he can (it's just his job), but they do trust each other enough to work together against bigger threats.
    • Now, among those who may just be up there in the worst criminals in the Pantheon are the Slavers and Diavolo, who Lestrade fiercely opposes, like most deities in the Pantheon. Even though such criminals aren't generally his division, he will still take cases involving them because of the fame and notoriety that catching them would bring, despite the fact that he may be admittedly over his head against them.
    • Worked with Scott Shelby once until Holmes informed him that he was actually the famous Origami Killer, and was horrified to learn that he'd accidentally been aiding him in a new series of killings. Since his arrest, Lestrade has made more of an effort to perform background checks of potential allies.
  • Has frequented VA-11 Hall-A on his off hours after Lestrade tried to order a Bad Touch, and noticed the bartender trying to stifle her own giggling. Striking up conversation, Jill felt it necessary to remind him that just because she's a bartender doesn't mean she knows anything about any info on any crimes or the like around there, and he clarified that he only wanted to know what was so funny. Embarrassed at her hasty assumption, she told him of how another detective had tried ordering a drink just to get info on a case. Finding the honest mistake amusing, Lestrade decided to entertain her by telling the story of how Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson had gotten incredibly drunk during Watson's stag night.
  • Once discovered four girls wearing different colored deerstalkers on the doorstep of 221b Baker Street and tried to escort them off the premises thinking they were simply Sherlock Holmes fans ("What are they called again? Holmesians?"). He promptly did a Spit Take when the one in pink, who introduced herself as Sherlock Shellingford, told him that she was Sherlock Holmes' granddaughter. After informing them that nice girls shouldn't tell such Blatant Lies, Holmes himself had to come out there and vouch for them. Yes, not only was Sherlock really his granddaughter (though he stressed his belief that the future where she hails from is merely a possible future), but the one in green was Hercule Barton, the granddaughter of... well, even Lestrade could figure that one out. As one can imagine, Lestrade was extremely confused by Milky Holmes, especially how someone as silly as Sherlock and as reserved as Hercule could be the descendants of their namesakes. Despite Holmes' assurances that they were reasonably capable so long as they had their "toys", Lestrade still has his doubts.