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    Doreen Green/Squirrel Girl 
Doreen Allene Green, Goddess of Lighthearted Characters (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, The Anti-Life, Slayer of All That Breathes)
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  • Greater Goddess (possible Overdeity?)
  • Symbol: A squirrel
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Non Human Sidekicks, Awesome Skill of Talking to Squirrels, Parody Sues, Animal-Themed Superbeing, Blithe Spirit, Comically Invincible Hero, Master of All
  • Domains: Good, Animal, Community, Strength
  • Herald: Tippy Toe, her squirrel pal (formerly Monkey Joe)
  • Allies: Makoto Nanaya (naturally), Mako Makanshoku, She-Hulk, Lime, Tony Stark/Iron Man, Saitama, Wander, James Howlett/Wolverine, Laura Kinney/X-23
  • Rival: Deadpool.
  • Enemies: Dr. Doom, Ratatoskr, Swarm and the House of Villains in general.
  • Doreen Green has made a big impression even from her first appearance. Teaming up with Iron Man (and staying friends ever since), she handed Dr. Doom one of his few ever defeats. He has since done the same on multiple occasions. She has continued to rack up the victories all the way up to her ascension. Now one of the GUAG's most effective superheroes, Squirrel Girl continues to kick butt while eating nuts... and all with a smile on her face.
    • She's now working on her Computer Science major in her first solo title where she has befriended a student named Nancy.
  • Melkor places her as one of his top priorities to eliminate. Doreen has only become more dangerous with time. Not only has she proven to be unbeatable, she has even started to reform villains to work on the side of good, most notably with Kraven the Hunter. His best hope will be he ascend someone who his just as unstoppable.
  • Many have wondered how she has so many victories despite her meager abilities and maintained her upbeat personality as her universe lurches further into the Grey and Gray Morality, especially when she's a product of The '90s. Some say she is an immigrant from the Silver Age (which would explain why she's so overpowered. Others think she's related to the Beyonder or Chuck Norris. Doreen herself won't dwell on those thoughts, only wanting to do good.
  • Things were rocky with Deadpool at the start. When the merc with a mouth joined the Great Lakes Avengers, she ended up literally kicking him out of the group. Yet she is impressed with now much he's improved his character, even vouching foe his entry to the general Avengers. As thanks, Deadpool handed her his Deadpool's Guide to Super Villains card set.
  • Many people were shocked when they found out that she dated Wolverine of all people, even more so when the two confirmed this. Neither of them would tell anyone what got them attracted to each other though.
    • Is good pals with X-23 as well, going on an adventure with her and even getting a selfie in the end.
  • Once invited her new bud Makoto Nanaya into beating up Doctor Doom. It was a success, and now they're making plans to do the same to other villains now that he's officially ascended long ago. Now, they've invited Mako Makanshoku to help with such a task.
  • Still admits to have a crush on Speedball. She is glad that he grew over his Penance phase and is currently working on his ascension.
  • Used to be friends with Ratatoskr, but the squirrel god started messing with the heroes' minds. Doreen has since severed ties with the Norse God, who secretly plots his revenge.
  • Currently has a theme song To the Tune of... Spider-Man's and is currently looking for someone who could play it.
  • Her series has also had the unintended benefit of buffing previously useless villains. Once thought to be a minor villain, Swarm not only proved to be capable of beating Squirrel Girl, he was even close to taking over the world. While he ultimately failed due to an assist, Melkor was pleased with the results and is considering upgrading his ranking.
  • There is currently a bitter fan war over whether she can beat Saitama. While One Punch Man is eager to answer the question, Doreen waved it off. She stated that the battle will be over one way or the other, preferably using her offscreen magic.
  • It is believed that YHVH had a hand in cloning Squirrel Girl to create one with her original personality. While the duo proved to be twice as effective, the clone went out of hand. How so. By defeating every single Marvel character in the entire universe! it took a timely (and nearly fatal) assist from Tippy Toe to help free her friends and contain the imposter. The clone now resides in the Negative verse, free of the Lawbringer's influence.
  • Actually used to share her title with Wander. Both seem to have highly positive opinions despite the world they live in, which makes sense. It ended up with Wander finding a new place in the House of Happiness to keep her in the Pantheon.
  • Was recently seen unleashing something called Wrath Of The Raging Squirrel a move so deadly that words cannot do justice describing the pain. This accidentally got the interest of Akuma who sought to fight one who 'copies' his move. There's already those who bets that Doreen is going to steamroll over Akuma.
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Lesser Gods

    Edward J. Plunkett 
Edward J. Plunkett, God of Gentleman Adventurers (Man, Dad, Edward John Moreton Drax Plunkett, 18th Baron of Dunsany, Lord Dunsany)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Sacnoth, his strongest sword
  • Theme Song: Requiem
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Gentleman Adventurer, Seeks adventure, and a purpose in life, Action Survivor, The Big Guy, Badass Bookworm, Byronic Hero, Pragmatic Hero, Chivalrous Pervert, Cultured Badass, Historical-Domain Character, Knight In Sour Armor, Made of Iron, Magically Inept Fighter, Highly skilled with all forms of firearms and melee weapons, His weapon of choice is a Single Action revolver, Young Future Famous People
  • Domain(s): Adventure, Survival, Weapons, Writing, Poetry
  • Allies: Koudelka Iasant, Indiana Jones, Lara Croft, Nathan Drake, Edward Kenway, Daring Do, League of Explorers, Link, Siegfried Schtauffen, Remus Lupin
  • Enemies: YHVH
  • Respected by: H. P. Lovecraft, J. R. R. Tolkien
  • Respects: William Shakespeare, Lord Byron
  • Fears: Hircine, Werewolves in general, though he's working on overcoming it
  • Edward was born in London and grew up in a wealthy family that was not blessed with much love. An imaginative child, he often dreamt up adventures and escapades. However, Edward's father disapproved of his son "wasting time" with his imagination rather than focusing on his studies. As a teenager, Edward lamented having been born too late, as everything in the world worth exploring had already been explored. Unsatisfied with a boring life of abject luxury, Edward developed a wanderlust, dropped out of university and started travelling around the country with no clear destination in mind. Occasionally, Edward made attempts at petty crime, but wasn't particularly successful. Edward's main driving force was a desire to find some kind of intangible "treasure" that would finally give him fulfillment in his life. One day, while in London, Edward heard a rumour about a wealthy land owner who had converted a monastery to a home and hosted burlesque parties there every day, inviting prostitutes, rogues and smugglers there to ply their wares for the parties. His curiosity piqued, and sensing some adventure, Edward made his way to the monastery in Wales. After arriving at the monastery, Edward met and teamed up with Koudelka Iasant and Father James O' Flaherty in order to investigate the events happening there. After their adventure was over, Koudelka revealed to Edward that her birth name, Zslato, means "treasure", much to his amusement.
  • Edward ascended into the pantheon at the request of Koudelka. The two had a happy reunion, having last seen each other when she came to see him in America alongside their son, Halley.
  • Many were surprised to learn that the easy-going and somewhat reckless Edward is actually a young Lord Dunsany, an incredibly famous author whose writing influenced, among others, the works of H. P. Lovecraft and J. R. R. Tolkien. Both Lovecraft and Tolkien were happy to meet him, although they were rather surprised to see him as a youthful gun-wielding adventurer. Edward felt incredibly honored to hear that his works have inspired others and has expressed interest in reading their works as well.
  • Edward was extremely happy to meet Lord Byron, whose life and works had shaped Edward's love for Romantic era writing and poetry. Byron sympathised with Edward's desire to find a purpose in his life and how he had emulated Byron's lifestyle by engaging in various vices during his travels. Similarly, Edward was happy to meet William Shakespeare, as he also has an appreciation for his works. Both Byron and Shakespeare were glad to meet an admirer of their works, especially one who could quote passages at length, and quickly grew to like his adventurous spirit.
  • Due to his love of adventure, Edward quickly befriended Indiana Jones, Lara Croft and Nathan Drake, and frequently likes to accompany them on their journeys. He particularly gets along with Lara Croft, as she's a fellow Brit from a similarly wealthy background.
  • Surprisingly, Edward managed to befriend Edward Kenway, as both men had sought adventure in order to improve their lives. Plunkett was initially rather envious of the fact that Kenway got to experience adventure during the Age of Discovery, which strongly contrasted his own relatively peaceful time during the late Victorian era. However, Kenway remarked that, despite the good times he had, he had suffered through many harships and was ultimately killed in his home by mercenaries. The two had a drink over their respective hardships and have been good friends since.
  • Other adventurers that Edward has befriended include Daring Do and the League of Explorers. Edward initially had a difficult time getting used to interacting with a talking pony, but eventually managed to get used to it. When he heard about the League of Explorers, he quickly sought them out in the hope to join them. They were initially unsure about his abilities, but came to respect his skills with firearms and melee weapons and allowed him to accompany them, much to his delight.
  • Edward also struck up a friendship with Link and quickly developed an interest in hearing of Link's adventures, particularly about him being a legendary hero who keeps reincarnating and also the fact that he is able to use multiple weasons in different sets in each adventure of his. Edward developed an interest in learning how to use some of Link's weapons and managed to convince Link to give him some lessons.
  • Edward's possession of Sacnoth, a legendary sword made from the bones of a mighty evil dragon slain long ago, drew the attention of Siegfried Schtauffen, who wanted to make sure whether or not Sacnoth was an evil weapon that was possibly controlling Edward. However, Edward assured him that the sword had no such influence over him and the two subsequently bonded over how they both had a similarly cynical outlook on the world, and yet still desire to do good.
  • Due to having almost died at the hands of a werewolf, Edward tends to be wary around the werewolves within the pantheon. He's particularly wary of Hircine, who is the father of all lycanthropes in his own world and has an intense bloodlust when it comes to hunting either animals or, just as often, people. However, Edward's been making an effort to overcome this discomfort around lycanthropes in order to avoid seeming prejudiced towards any of the good werewolves. As a result, he's managed to befriend Remus Lupin, who appreciates Edward's willingness to become friends with him.
  • In terms of religious beliefs, Edwards regards God as being less stringently strict than some would have him believe. Even with his religious outlook on life, Edward believes there is no harm in a life of debauchery and celebration as long as at the end of the day one listens to their conscience. As a result, he has no problem whatsoever with being friends with non-Christians, as he believes that being a good person is all that counts, not specifically what god or gods one believes in. Because of this, he despises YHVH, who pretty much represents everything that Edward hates about those who would pass judgment upon him or others in the name of God.

    Michael John Carter/Booster Gold and Ted Kord/Blue Beetle 
Michael John Carter and Theodore Stephen "Ted" Kord, The Gods Mistaken for Gay (Booster Gold and Blue Beetle; Carter: Supernova, Booster, Goldstar, Waverider, Green Lantern)
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Left: Blue Beetle, Right: Booster Gold
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: A blue beetle or a gold star
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolios: Those Two Guys, Butt Monkeys of the superhero world, Color Characters, Straight Man And Wiseguy (for both), Heterosexual Life-Partners
  • Domains: Good, Chaos, Time (Gold), Insects (Beetle)
  • Herald: Skeets (Booster Golds' Robot Buddy)
  • High Priests: Jamie Reyes (for Ted), Rip Hunter (for John)
  • Allies: Virtually all DC Comics superheroes, especially Bruce Wayne/Batman, Billy Batson/Shazam, Dinah Laurel Lance/Black Canary, Kara Zor-L/Power Girl, Dan Dreiberg/Nite Owl and J'onn J'onnz/Martian Manhunter, The Doctor, Doreen Green/Squirrel Girl, Chandler and Joey, Spider-Man
  • Rivals: Bolvar Fordragon
  • Enemies: Nox, The Master
  • It wasn't too long ago that such a nominations would have been laughed out of the Pantheon. Ted Kord is a typical Gadgeteer Genius not uncommon on his world who has been around since The Silver Age of Comic Books. Booster Gold is a 25th Century Fish out of Temporal Water who hoped to make a name of himself at an earlier time period. Neither of them has had memorable storylines, but that changed when they entered the Justice League International. While some people complained at the two changing into Lighter and Softer versions of themselves, the two turned out to be a memorable pairing. The only reason that they haven't entered was they were not sure what position to take. With many of the more popular ones taken, they were left representing those who think their friendship is Ho Hey.
    • Their temple is marked at the front with a banner saying "We're Not Gay!" It only increased the speculation.
    • The pair share drinks with Chandler and Joey, two friends who have dealt with similar accusations. They enjoy their company, with Ted and Michael more than happy to show them around the Watchtower (while there is a minimal superhero presence of course).
  • Surprisingly enough, they have met an impressive list of superheroes thanks to the popularity of the book. Their excitement for their ascension on the other hand... has been mixed. The martian still holds a grudge over the two stealing his favorite cookies. Batman greeted them but has hidden his disdain for the two. And Black Canary handed over her outfit, stating that the two made it look uncool. Nite Owl in particular had to pay Ted a visit given his creation was an attempt at making a Blue Beetle expy.
  • Goofiness aside, they have amassed a huge fanbase, particularly because they bring about a lost sense of lightheartedness in superhero comics. They may not be the best superheros, but they sure are the funniest. So much so that Squirrel Girl herself was present in the ceremony to congratulate them.
    • Not everyone is a fan of their antics, and there are rumors that the higher-ups wanted them gone. It would explain the sudden Heel–Face Turn of Max Lord who proceeded to kill Blue Beetle. The death stuck all the way to New 52 where his popularity was enough to bring him back.
  • When the Doctor found out that there was another time traveler entering the Pantheon, he was delighted to meet them. That is until he did some research on Booster Gold... which caused him to sigh deeply. He proceeded to give the two a lengthy discussion on what they can and can't do with time travel in the Pantheon. Booster objected, stating he has done a good job with the future while accusing the Doctor of hypocrisy. After all, the Doctor stole the Tardis just like he stole a time machine. After which the Doctor decided to let the two go. It wasn't as if he could keep them out of trouble.
    • They are able to give the Master trouble from time to time, an impressive feat considering how dangerous the Time Lord is.
  • The two were approached by Nox, who stated he needed help him Set Right What Once Went Wrong. Not ones to dismiss a person in need, the duo obliged to help him. Once they showed him their time machine, Nox tossed them aside and took it for himself, hoping that he could save his family. Unfortunately, Gold accidentally told him the wrong button, and Vox was sent much further into the past than he anticipated. It took a quick trip from Hiro to get him back, but it's unlikely Nox would rely on those two to ever help him again.
  • Exclusive to Booster Gold:
    • DO NOT CALL HIM GREEN LANTERN!. He's not even green. That hasn't stopped Trollkaiger from plastering his image with the green superhero from time to time.
    • He was actually far worst at his job. He once entered the 20th century in order to come back home with fame and fortune. That changed when talked to many of the heroes there. He learned that most of them didn't care about the attention, only to do the right thing and help others. It was a concept he eventually learned to appreciate.
    • Thought he was a shoo in for The Greatest Story Never Told, one of the more memorable tales known by few. Unfortunately, someone has an even more well kept story: Bolvar Fordragon. As a former follower, he is still a bit peeved at the snub, though it would likely mean that his best friend would have never made it into the Pantheon with him.
  • Exclusive to Blue Beetle:
    • Despite his aloof nature, he's actually a Ditzy Genius, with technology and wealth to rival that of Batman himself except with more wisecracking jokes. He has since mellowed down, though that is relative to Booster Gold. Nowadays, both of them play the Straight Man.
    • Furthermore, his experience with technology, wisecracking nature and strong moral code made him a natural friend to Spider-Man. In fact, many note Blue Beetle being Spidey's counterpart of DC.

    Morrigan (Dragon Age
Morrigan, Goddess of Sarcastic Devotees
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her gold-colored necklace
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Lady of Black Magic, Abusive Parents, Broken Bird, Court Mage, Dark Action Girl, Deadpan Snarker, Defrosting Ice Queen, Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette, Hot Witch, No Social Skills, No Sympathy, Of Corsets Sexy, Purple Is the New Black, Took a Level in Kindness, Vain Sorceress, Voluntary Shapeshifting,
  • Domains: Magic, Shapeshifting, Snark, Ice, Animal
  • Followers: Zenkichi, Sancho Panza, John Casey, Zoe Washburne
  • Allies: The Warden and the Inquisitor, Tharja, Geralt of Rivia, Ryu (Breath of Fire), Miranda Lawson
  • Rivals: Triss Merigold and Yennefer of Vengerberg (friendly for Yennifer)
  • Enemies: Corypheus
  • Opposes: The Evil Queen
  • Respects: Charles zi Britannia
  • Respected by: Daria Morgendorffer
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Alistair Theirin, Leliana, Isabela of Riven
  • Pities: Cirilla Fiona Elen Riannon
  • Odd Friendship: Shego
  • Feared by: Xander Harris
  • The Warden has been about once more, looking for a chance for another of his crew to ascend. Alistair and Isabela both worked alongside him to summon the next in line. To the horror of those two, they brought back the snarky sorceress known as Morrigan. Not exactly on good terms with either Alistair or Isabela, she has nevertheless played a crucial role for Orlesia. Thus, the Warden placed her in the House of Personalities for her sharp quips despite sticking around with the group for so long.
    • The Inquisitor also puts their trust in the woman, who helped them defeat Corypheus while they were mortals. While not romantically involved, she puts some trust on the Inquisitor as one of the few who believed in her.
  • Pivotal in Corypheus's initial defeat was her transformation into a dragon. Already well known for shapeshifting to various animals, this particular defeat is her greatest feat for now. This gained the respect of Ryu.
  • Many snarkers were awaiting the inevitable showdown between Alistair and Morrigan. Renowned snarkers in their own right, the behavior is elevated greatly whenever the two are together. Daria herself can't help but make a smirk whenever she gets a chance to see the two battle it out.
    • Many deities think their banter hides something else. Despite both of them vehemently denying the rumors, the existence of timeline in which they had a child and they seemed to have mellowed toward each other did not help them.
    • Her relationship with Isabela isn't much better. She is the only one in the Warden's group that turned down a potential group sex with her or any other companions. The witch replied that she wouldn't touch her even if she were into girls.
  • It came as little surprise that she made quick friends with Tharja. The two even share the same preference in clothing. They also hold an odd loyalty to their leaders despite their deadpan tones. The two can be seen practicing spells or tormenting Alistair further.
  • Has maintained good relations with Geralt under the insistence of the Warden. That hasn't stopped her from forming a rivalry with Geralt's own trusted mages, though she makes it clear who she prefers. She sees a lot of herself when thinking of Yennefer while she can't help but notice Triss bearing similarities with Leliana (not a good thing in her book). As a result, she leaves most of the teasing to the redhead. With that said, not even she would snark to Ciri, deciding that the poor woman is under enough pressure as it is.
  • While she has interacted little with fellow misfits gathering Shepard, she has taken an increasingly warm liking to Miranda. The two had a conversation, with much of it involving their devotions to their parent figures and their eventual rejection of them. Their powers also compensate each other fairly well, with Miranda's technology and biotics working well with Morrigan's shapeshifting and curses.
  • Her earlier life was spent with her mother far from civilization. Her mother harbored a deep mistrust of humankind, and the two eliminated potential threats, with Morrigan playing the innocent girl trick on unsuspecting males. Xander knows she's changed for the better, but she still keeps an eye on her. Morrigan responds by creeping up on him, which always gives him a fright.
  • Whether her allies approve or not, she has always been a believer of Social Darwinism. To her delight, there was already a representative of the role by the name of Charles zi Britannia. The two may not be as close due to her Character Development, but he will always have a place in her heart.
  • Some would call her the (slightly) heroic version of Shego, another follower who can't help but point out the leader's flaws. The two may work against each other, but they are willing to set that aside for conversations over why they stick around.
  • Other villains aren't so lucky. Take the Evil Queen for example. Morrigan's vanity was enough for the queen to consider giving her the title of high priest. Morrigan has long since distanced herself from that mindset. The witch even takes it so far as to prevent other potential followers from siding with the Queen.

    Naota Nandaba 
Naota Nandaba, God of Accepting One's Personality (Takkun, Puss in Boots, Rider)
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Naota when channeling the power of Atomsk 
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    Neku Sakuraba 
Neku Sakuraba, God of Empaths ('Phones, The Anti-Sora)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A Player Pin, alternatively his headphones.
  • Theme Music: "Twister"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Telepathy, Ineffectual Loners, The Power of Friendship, Impossibly Cool Clothes, Individuality, Other Types of Psychic Powers
  • Domains: Mentalism, City, Oracle, Undead
  • Herald: Necho Cat
  • Allies: Beat, Rhyme, Joshua, Sora, Shiena Kenmochi, Ash Ketchum, Pikachu, Misty, Brock
  • Enemies: Sho Minamimoto
  • Of the gods in the House of Personality, Neku is the most likely to keep to himself, as he still doesn't trust people. He is equally distressed by the ability to scan people's minds and hear their thoughts, but has since learned to harness this power to know the most dangerous gods and how to avoid getting on their bad side. His price for entry in the Pantheon was that He can never return to the human world (at least not on a permanent basis).
    • He's mellowed out on his distrust of people, thanks to meeting up with his friends, and later Sora, though Neku still prefers solitude at times.
  • When he first woke up in the Pantheon, in a fit of confusion he clutched his head and screamed, "WHAT THE HELL?!", before the situation was explained to him.
  • Hates being painted as a stereotypical Emo Teen.
    • Some people ask him if he needs to resist his "emo urges". Neku has no response to that.
  • Met up with Sora and the two teamed up to fight off some Dream Eaters.
  • Neku wanted nothing to do with the Friendship Asylum...until he learned that Joshua was stuck in there, powerless. Neku, along with Beat and Rhyme, are planning an assault to get Joshua out of there.
    • After getting Joshua out (and to Black Jack due to deep cut wounds), Neku and Beat returned to the asylum in the hopes of saving Sora's body from the asylum's control. They instead find Ash Ketchum, who tried to attack them with an Aura Sphere. They were saved when Greninja secretly placed a Key Stone inside Neku's hand, which triggered Lucario's Mega Evolution and allowing it to block the Aura Sphere with it's own.
    • Since he's not a trainer, nor has any Pokémon partners, Neku gave his Key Stone to Sora so that Gardevoir can Mega Evolve whenever it needs to.

    Sho Minazuki 
Sho Minazuki, God of Freakish Loners (The Rule-Smashing Pun Machine)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His eyes and scar glowing cyan
  • Theme Song: The Joker
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Combat Pragmatist, Ax-Crazy, Blood Knight, Empowered Badass Normal, Covered with Scars, Katanas, Fiery Redhead, Exotic Eye Designs, Psychotic Smirk, Full of Puns And Swear Words, Put the "Laughter" in "Slaughter", Sore Loser, Shotoclone, The Villain Makes the Plot, Freudian Excuse, Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds, Plannned to Hijack Hi-No-Kagutsuchi Using Adachi's Magatsu Izanagi, Unwitting Pawn to Whom He Was Trying To Hijack, Split-Personality Merge And Thus Gaining A Persona
  • Domains: Solitude, Puerility, Fighting
  • Allies: N, Solo
  • Rivals: Yu Narukami, Labrys, other BlazBlue deities (like Ragna)
  • Enemies: Nyarlathotep, Hajime Hinata, Yuno Gasai, Tohru Adachi, Ghetsis Harmonia, Sho Minamimoto
  • Barely neutral terms with: the Shadow Operatives (except Mitsuru Kirijo, whom he still opposes), the Investigation Team
  • Target of Interest By: Igor, The Grand United Alliance of Destruction
  • Conflicting Opinion: Goro Akechi
  • Ascended some time after the incident known as the P-1 Climax. Considering his original plan to leave himself as the sole inhabit of his world to be rid of everyone that annoyed him, many share animosity with Sho and keep their distance.
  • The only known way for him to be able to form bonds is through battle. Some have said he's not as hostile to those he's made these bonds and there is some degree of respect formed.
  • There was a second personality within Sho, which called himself Minazuki. He was the more calculating and likely more dangerous of the two personalities, given that he had a Persona. However, Sho hasn't been able to call him up since inheriting Minazuki's Persona as his own.
    • When his bond with Minazuki is brought up, expect a katana to be brought up to someone's neck and Sho laughing at them that he's happy to be alone beside himself.
  • Dislikes the idea of allying with some of the gods who claim to share his interests. Sho is smart enough to realize that most will decide to dispose of him once he isn't needed, just like Hi-No-Kagutsuchi. Only Lucifer's offer has held any weight for him. He's also long since abandoned his old ways that would've garnered the favor of the GUAD.
    • Likewise hates Nyarlathotep since he's a troll, manipulator and the face that Nyarlathotep is the embodiment of the worst of everyone he hates.
  • Bringing up that he's Not So Different from Labrys doesn't do well for his mood.
  • Likes mocking Hajime Hinata for where his desire to be special got him. Perhaps enjoys mocking Hajime a bit more than others because of how similar he sounds to Yu.
  • Was in possession of borrowed power which allowed him to mind-control others. It's since been lost, however.
    • Some have said that it hasn't made a difference given his joy of toying with his enemies rather than simply killing them. Sho has laughed this off.
    • That "borrowed" power was actually just a remote that allowed her to control Labrys. When he used it on her the second time, Shadow Labrys resurfaced from her, and she was the one who destroyed it.
  • Accusing him of not having the gall to kill will leave the accuser with a survival knife thrown at their feet. While it's meant to send one message, those who don't get or believe it are happily challenged to a fight to the death.
  • Not helped by the Morality Civil War, Sho's entrance into the Pantheon was met with much division. Of the opinions, the most notable are that some call him a Karma Houdini stating that his actions nearly caused his world to be destroyed and his unfortunate life is no excuse, while others state he hasn't crossed the line of taking a life and can be redeemed.
  • Unamused with his ascension in particular was Adachi, not wanting to put up with the schemes of a kid throwing a tantrum that might drag him into it. Sho isn't happy the reunion either and has threatened to kill Adachi if he screws with what he wants.
    • This in turn got him involved against Ryotaro Dojima when he attacked the ex-cop in his presence. As he got double-teamed by the two, it confused Sho as he's sure he would've remembered Yu's uncle being a Persona-user.
    • Upon hearing that the TV World is not only in the Pantheon, but other Persona-users have since been awakened because of it (and that Yu's little cousin is also a Persona-user), he's been hoping to challenge them. However, he's disappointed when he heard that only those who came from the Persona worlds can summon them in the Pantheon proper. That said, since some of those "clients" are already fighters in their own right, he's looking to test them before seeing if he can lure them (at a later date, but not all at once) to someplace where they can summon their Personas so he can see what they're capable of.
  • Sho has been voted into a competition to make the worst pun. He was eager to beat Chuggaaconroy and Ted Wiesen, but became disgruntled that his competitors also included Teddie.
  • Hates Ghetsis for reminding him of his own piece of crap father. Likely because of empathy and a desire to fight whatever N can throw at Sho, N might be one of the few people that Sho gets along with.
  • While Sho hates his own dad, he admits that he also wanted revenge for him as he was all that he had.
  • Sho's meeting with Sho Minamimoto quickly ended with them on hostile terms. Sho Minazuki has said that "I'll Sho-w him that his number is comin' up!"
  • Sho isn't sure what to think of Goro Akechi. Like him, he's had a real bastard of a father. Unlike him, Akechi didn't have the privilege of having a lot of money left behind to his name like Sho did, and Shuji was long dead by the time Sho awoke from his coma while Akechi had the chance to take his vengeance on Shido. That said, the fact that the second coming of the Detective Prince (Sho think Naoto's the better one) worked with Shido with plans to pull the rug beneath him in the last moment reminds him too much of the fact that Adachi planned to do the same to him.
    • As for the Phantom Thieves of Hearts, he's holding back his opinions for now
  • Batman understands what it's like to be considered a freak due to being a loner. He's attempted to fix that by surrounding himself with numerous allies both in and out of Gotham, though he doesn't think the same can work with Sho.
  • Is interested with the fact that Harry Potter once initally pushed his friends away in order to protect them from Tom Riddle/Voldemort until he learned he needed their help to succeed.
  • Eventually met Solo, who holds a similar philosophy as Sho and they 'bonded' after a duel. That said, Solo doesn't know what to say about Sho since despite what he spouts, he does have a bond, even though it was with his Minazuki self, which has since vanished and became his Persona Tsukuyomi.

    Stan Marsh 
Stanley "Stan" Marsh, Divine Straight Man of the Pantheon (Toolshed, Stan)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His hat
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (at his good moments), "Lawful Metric system" as Toolshed.
  • Portfolio: Stand in of Trey Parker, Only Sane Man, the normal kid, The Determinator, No Respect Guy, throws up when near Wendy (at least at early seasons), Friend to All Living Things, Ridiculously Average Guy, seen everything in South Park
  • Domains: Sanity, Animals, Leadership, Chaos, Good
  • Superior: Trey Parker and Matt Stone
  • Allies: Kyle, Kenny, Butters, Tron, The New Kid, Nicolas Saint North, Cloud Strife, Leonard L Church, Naota Nandaba, The House of Beast, Mary Lennox, Liz Lemon, Simon the Digger
  • Enemies: Eric Cartman, Sark
  • Opposes: Billy, Homer Simpson, Cruella de Vill
  • Pities: Rick Blaine
  • Many deities wondered how a kid of all beings managed to snag the role Only Sane Employee. Once one delves into the world of South Park, it made much more sense. Kenny had to handle so many activities because the adults were that useless. It was that reason that he was given the title. Only he loathed it. Stan spent many years searching for the perfect candidate for the job, but no one would ever want to take it. It dawned on him that the only way to escape his role is to find another role for him. A visit to the Court of the Gods proved fruitless, causing Cartman to come up with a revenge so outrageous, they would have no choice but to drop the role. Stan responded with a stare that could cause paint to curl up... only to realise a solution. He proposed to take up the role of Straight Man, as he seems to be the only reasonable man in his own world. A deal was struck, and Stan is now free of having to cater with useless adults.
    • The wait didn't last long, and Stan found the perfect candidate for his old role. Liz Lemon happily took over his old temple, promising to take good care of it. Feminism aside, he was glad of his choice.
  • Few could imagine how this lofty group of kids ever decide to be friends, never mind stick around for so much. The group chalk it up to being able to solve any problem together. That and they need all the help they can get whenever the adults threaten to ruin the world. That doesn't stop Stan to clash with Cartman at times, with their relationship fluctuating with animosity over the years. And yet the two managed to make up and remain friends.
  • The good news for him is that adults aren't nearly as useless in the Pantheon, allowing him more free time whenever he stays in his temple.
  • Among his peers within his House, he connects the most with Naota Nandaba, another child that has to deal with useless adults
  • One of his strongest bonds formed when Church ascended into the Pantheon. Both have to deal with constantly idiotic decisions that their peers make. The trio hope to create an alliance of sanity with the one would gets picked for Sane Employees.
  • His disdain for idiocy has been well documented, especially for those who follower such idiots, such as Billy and Homer Simpson. Special note goes to the later, as Stan found out that his father became his high priest, much to his chagrin.
  • Stan would like to dismiss any evidence of Ho Yay with Kyle, especially those who try to ship them.
  • There was once a time when Stan used to throw up every time he is near Wendy or get a kiss from him, but he gotten over it. Much of the House of Love rejoiced, much to his dismay.
  • He can relate to those with breakups since the one time that Wendy broke up with him. Sure he got back together with her, but he still sympathize with them.
    • He even joined the Goth Kids and went toward Wangst territory. He got better when Butters went through a breakup but decline joining the Goth Kids when the breakup actually made him alive.
  • He was excited that Santa Claus was in the Pantheon, he never imagined Santa being a badass who protect children all across the world from evil that threatens them. Not that the other Santa wasn't badass as he killed a cult of Satan-worshiping Christmas critters and fought Jesus.
  • It is said that he got his "sword" training from Cloud for an LARP-ing section. He even adapted one of his iconic moves, Omnislash, into his own version of it.
  • Every time Kenny dies in front of him, Stan responds, "Oh my god, they killed Kenny!" Thankfully, it hasn't been done as often as before, with Stan lamenting the tired joke at times.
  • With Rick Blaine's ascension, he finally feels he has an adult they can share their problems with. He also gets the strength from Blaine to avoid simply ignoring others getting duped.
  • Despite his foul mouth and cynical nature, he has always been fond of animals. His devotion to their care puts him in the good graces of the House of Beasts. That also makes him despise all animal abusers, with their leader Cruella De Vil receiving the brunt of his toiler humor pranks.
  • While strolling around in the House of Plants, he was confronted by Mary Lennox. She accused him of dropping feces in the garden. He was subsequently arrested, with an investigation followed suit. Turns out it was Cartman and Kyle who perpetrated the crime. After the usual argument and reconciliation, Mary arrived to apologize to him. He accepted, and the two became amiable ever since.
  • Serves as Cartman's sidekick as the Toolshed if they feel like being vigilantes. Most superheroes that they met advised not to continue, considering Kenny is the only one that actually has any powers.
  • Why is Stan so cynical? It was revealed later on that all he saw was shit. It took some drinking with the help of Rick Blaine to help overcome this.
  • Simon the Digger was impressed with Stan's surprising aptitude with Spiral Power as Toolshed. After hearing he impressed Simon, Stan asked the Spiral Warrior to teach him how to better harness the power. Evidently, seeing as Stan's Full Bore is like a laser-like Giga Drill Break, Stan's tutelage was successful. They remain allies to this day.

    Treize Khushrenada 
Treize Khushrenada, God of Refined Military Officers ("Mr. Treize")
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Treize Khushrenada

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Demigods

    Alfred Pennyworth 
Alfred Thaddeus Crane Pennyworth, Patron Saint of the Servant Wit
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The Wayne Family insignia.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Witty Manservants, surrogate father, eternal loyalty to his master, team dad who will defend his charges by any means necessary, elderly badass valet, brutally honest in advising one's course of actions or decisions.
  • Domains: Servants, Loyalty, Wit, Resourcefulness.
  • Followers: Geoffrey, Jarvis, Berta, Lawrence, The Fool, Watari.
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: The Joker, Harely Quinn, Bane, The Penguin, The Riddler, The Mad Hatter, GUAE Trollkaiger
  • FriendlyRivalry with: Sebastian Michaelis.
  • Friendly Enemies with: Mister Freeze.
  • After his many years of servitude to the Wayne Family and acting as both "Master Bruce" 's parental surrogate/moral anchor, Alfred was rewarded with an ascension to the Pantheon to be at his Master's side.
    • When told of these news, many claim Batman merely nodded once as he walked off to the Main Gates to welcome him. He forbade any ceremony pertaining to Alfred's arrival, even preventing Pinkie Pie from holding one of her customary new arriving deity parties. Those present were shocked at his lack of enthusiasm, but this later subsided as Shikamaru mentioned that Bruce already had a private reception set up with Dick, Tim and Barbara as the sole invitations. They all then respected the Dark Knight's wishes. Alfred is the one person Batman fully listens and trusts.
    • From that moment on, he is the first member of the Batfamily to officially welcome later members to the Pantheon (like Jason, Cassandra and Damian). He was intrigued at Terry's arrival as he became Batman long after Alfred had passed away, but treats him like any of his other charges.
  • The day his former masters, Thomas and Martha Wayne, came was one of the few times Alfred actually shed a tear. It was after the Waynes thanked him for being there for Bruce after their deaths and being a parental surrogate and moral anchor steering him from disaster. For once, the unflappable butler was at a loss for words.
  • Being the Patron Saint of all witty servants, it is never a good idea to troll Alfred. Every member of the Trollkaiger tried to get a rise of the valet, only to be met with a quick snappy retort that left all of them stunned and enraged. Even then, Alfred snarked them at losing their composure. The group would have gone for more physical torture only to be warned that harming him would bring down a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown by the Batfamily and all their allies.
  • Alfred hardly spends his time in his Temple, as he prefers being close to Master Bruce as he did in the mortal plane. As Batman is far too busy with his constant plans and preparations to take care of the basic necessities, Alfred is the one who cleans his private quarters and journeys to the House of Food to gather ingredients to make his meals. This has made the life of Shikamaru and followers from the Temple of Preparations easier now that they're no longer used as Batman's gofers.
  • Does not want to take the title of the Saint of the Resourceful English Manservant as he respects its namesake, Reginald Jeeves, as an equal.
    • In fact, Alfred had a conversation with Jeeves to persuade him to ascend. Jeeves rejected it forthright simply due to the fact that he fears what would become of Bertie Wooster if he wasn't around. Alfred is looking into finding a way to ascend them both.
  • Is highly respected among the other manservant deities, such as Hayate and Valkenhayn, though Alfred is wary of Sebastian Michaelis, as he could tell his servitude to Ciel Phantomhive is one of a demonic nature and he frowns upon such a contract.
  • As he is shown to hold complete and total loyalty towards his superior, this has also earned him respect from both Jeremiah Gottwald and Rainbow Dash, both who also hold Loyalty as their main creed.
    • Applejack also respects him as he is not one to shy away and tell him when he pursues a course of action that would be very dangerous. Anyone who can make Batman of all people stop and listen to his honest remarks and advice is OK in her book.
  • He mostly tries to stay away from the front lines in the ongoing conflict between the GUAG and GUAE, but he serves on the Support Staff and Medical Division, providing aid to Master Bruce, his allies and anyone in need.

    Archie Bunker 
Archibald "Archie" Bunker, God of Innocent Bigots
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His chair
  • Theme Song: Those Were the Days
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Abusive Parents, American Accents, Emotionally Tongue-Tied, Everyone Has Standards, Freudian Excuse, Jerks With Hearts of Gold, Malaproper, Lower-Class Lout, Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist, Working Class People Are Morons
  • Domains: Family, Naivity, Stoicism
  • Followers: Klara Prast, Randal Graves, Pierce Hawthorne, Elliot Reid
  • Allies: Red Forman, Al Bundy, Homer Simpson, The Janitor, Lucy and Ricky Ricardo, Ron Swanson, Barney Stinson
  • Enemies: Eustace Bagge
  • Conflicting Opinion: Cartman
  • Opposes: Leslie Knope, Red Skull, The entire House of Otherness
  • Annoyed With: The House of Otherness
  • While Lucy and her husband were looking for potential candidates, they came across a well-known man in sitcoms. Although he initially mistook them for Mexicans, he later befriended the two when he found out Ricardo was among the people misplaced by Castro in Cuba. For his friendliness, the couple decided to give him a title to ascend on. It's one of the less flattering titles, but he wears it with pride.
  • Most gods can feel weirded out with the diverse array of beings in the Pantheon. Archie felt like he could have a heart attack. One House he's especially determined to avoid is the House of Otherness. It's just something about other beings that unnerves him.
  • Luckily, there were plenty of friendly faces to meet. One of his most beloved friends is the God of Veteran Fathers. He and Red Forman often have long talks about coping with the Pantheon as well as how far the country had fallen. It helps that the two lived in a similar time period.
  • Al Bundy turned out to be another ally he can reliably talk to. There was a lot to like about the man despite his failings, and Archie is often there to cheer him up whenever he was down.
  • It was obvious from the start that he and the Janitor would get along like peanut butter and jelly. The former's lying skills has worked wonders for Archie's schemes, making them work much more often than they usually do.
  • It was difficult to find other gods with similar political standards, but he was glad he found one like-minded individual in government. He welcomed Ron Swanson with welcome arms, glad that someone is promoting limited government. With that said, he wonders why he made Leslie Knope her opposing counterpart when he could have picked a less competent one. Those two gods often bicker over political issues.
  • Many gods were interested with how Archie would interact with Eustace. Turns out the two loathed each other. A verbal bout to determine who had the better chair exploded into a shouting match, accumulating in the two walking away in anger. Archie would later say that not even he would put Courage through that much abuse.
  • His relationship with Cartman has been... complicated to say the least. On the one hand, the two gods agree on a number of things that will likely offend many others in the Pantheon, Still, there are some things Cartman does that even he feels goes too far every once in a while. He hopes that he can tone down the kid's rhetoric, at least to the point that he can get away with it.
  • One of the most tense visits was when he was confronted with the God of Nazism. The Red Skull was most impressed with the man's disregard for other races and proposed an alliance, Irish descent aside. That only caused Archie to go into one of the most heated rants ever for daring to compare himself with a Nazi, citing he rejected the KKK for similar reasons.
  • Initially got in a bit of trouble with Homer Simpson when he asked why he wasn't Asian given his skin color. Once that slight was sorted through, the two became decent allies.
  • Absolutely cannot stand Lisa's soapbox tendencies, especially since she has made him a target of her protesting. At least he enjoys to gloat the fact that he can stay in the Pantheon proper while she can't, which irritates her further.
  • He may get a lot of flack for his viewpoints, but a few deities point out he was raised that way. Despite his title, Archie is slowly trying to ease up his tolerance on the more fantastic races. Barney took it a step forward, saying that he was even correct on some subjects. Upon further review, most gods admit Archie was judged on to harshly compared to his son on some issues. It was likely part of the appeal while he is one of the most beloved characters in sitcoms.

    Dr. Evil 
Dr. Douglas Evil, God of Intentional Genre Blindness (Douglas "Dougie" Powers)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A pinky finger in a mouth.
  • Theme song: Dr. Evil's theme song
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral (formerly Lawful Evil)
  • Portfolio: Death Traps, Doting Parents,The Evil Laugh, Right Hand Cats, Fishes Out of Temporal Water, Not Those Kinds of Doctors, Sharks With Frickin' Laser Beams, Being Revealed As The Long-Lost Brother of Austin Powers.
  • Domains: Evil, Law, Entropy, Hatred, Planning
  • Followers: Various Bond villains throughout his career
  • Former Herald: Scott Evil, his son
  • High Priest: Ernst Stavro Blofeld
  • Allies: Jack Spider, Dr. Drakken, Darth Vader, Zuko, Ron Stoppable
  • Enemies: Austin Powers, Bruce, James Bond
  • Opposes: Abed Nadir, General Tarquin
  • Opposed by: Barbatos Goetia, SHOCKER, HYDRA
  • Annoys: Shrek, Professor X
  • Special Relationship: Austin Powers, Zuko
  • Ascended long ago when many enjoyed his sheer commitment to putting his victim in complicated traps, even though they can easily escape from them. He gained enough support to become the God of Card Carrying Villainry.
    • There was an upheaval within his Pantheon as of late. Seeking to further increase his influence in the Pantheon, Xyklon stormed Dr. Evil's temple, taking the title from him. He took the case to the Court of the Gods, who were not as sympathetic of his plea. They point to the fact that there were far more successful villains of that type that could have taken that title, not to mention his father's reveal of his blood relations with Austin Powers causing his Heel–Face Turn in the end of his last appearance. He was subsequently kicked out the House of Villains and would have left the Pantheon itself if not for the intervention of his brother Austin, who managed to find a new title for him.
  • He used to have a reluctant herald that was his son. Scott Evil later broke ties with his father, disgusted with the way he handles his plots. Scott hopes to ascend himself to oppose his father, depending on the nature of Austin's next adventure.
  • Despite retiring from doing evil acts, he is still seen as in inspiration from other villains who are not as effective as others. Jack Spider and Dr. Drakken were both relieved that he managed to stay in the Pantheon. Many of their followers still try to hold a million dollars in ransom as tribute to his antics, however meaningless that amount is to business and countries.
  • Not everyone shares that nostalgia SHOCKER and HYDRA existed far before Dr. Evil, and both were disappointed in his adventures, even in his past attempts of World Domination. Quitting while he was at it was the nail in the coffin in their relationship.
  • Some deities theorize that it was the intervention of Darth Vader and the Empire that turned the tides in Dr. Evil's favor. The two were hit with similar connections with the heroes they fought, and eventually turning a new leaf. Vader regrets that he wasn't able to seek redemption in his world, appreciating Dr. Evil's condolences.
  • It's safe to say that a few villains were not pleased he betrayed everything he stood for. A critic even before his ascension, Barbatos Goetia does not approve the way he gives his victims a second chance.
  • Shrek didn't care about the situation; all he wants is for Dr. Evil to get out of his hair. He doesn't care if the two share the same voice.
  • Gained the ire of the God of Sharks, as Dr. Evil put dangerous laser beams in some sharks, neglecting the possibility that the sharks could harm themselves in the process.
  • Is absolutely hated by secret agent James Bond, and not just because he used to sponsor many of the villains he faced. The reveal in his latest movie revealing that Blofeld was also related to him in a similar way was met with great ridicule amongst his enemies. Bond had hoped that Dr. Evil's latest blunder would kick him out of the Pantheon, to no avail. If the Court of the Gods won't take him out, Bond is more than willing to do that himself.
  • Hoping to work with Dr. Evil on his road to redemption is Zuko. Melkor suspects that he was responsible for taking out on of his more significant followers.
  • Although Professor X is relieved of Evil's Heel–Face Turn, he's not likely to make friends any time soon, his antics trying the professor's patience.
  • Kim may have passed on helping his reform, but Ron was more than eager to accept that challenge. He and Rufus brought him over to Buenos Nacho, introducing him to their trademark foods. The former evil mastermind was receptive to their kindness, promising to hang out with them more often.
  • As a god of those who hate to utilize more savvy characters, he stands in opposition to both gods of such followers. Both Abed and Tarquin expressed disappointment that here are actually people willing to be intentionally genre blind. This has spurred a rare team-up with the two to stop Dr. Evil's efforts.

    Epic Voice Guy 
The following is an Honest Profile

Epic Voice Guy, Herald of Brutal Honesty and Divine Nicknamer of the Pantheon

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Jon Bailey, a prominent Epic Voice Guy
  • Demideity
  • Symbol: The Screen Junkies logo
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: The Nicknamer, Brutal Honesty, Everyone Has Standards, Not So Stoic at times, Making Fun of Movies and Video Games
  • Domains: Voiceovers, Comedy, Criticism
  • Deities Nicknamed by him: Too many to list
  • Filmmakers Whose Works were Made Fun of: M. Night Shyamalan, George Lucas, Walt Disney, James Cameron, Steven Spielberg, Joss Whedon
  • Odd Relations: Deadpool, XCOM
  • You have seen ordinary trailers, teaser trailers that tell you so little about something so far from release, trailers that reveal so much that you may as well not bother checking out the release proper, trailers that don't even try to be correct about crucial points, and literal trailers. Now, get ready for the only kind of trailer so truthful that it will almost hurt your enjoyment of something next time you check it out. Honest Trailers. Listen along to a guy with an awesome voice as he goes around talking about what to expect in a movie or video game, followed by giving your favorite and not-so-favorite characters random nicknames.
  • Enter the TV Tropes Pantheon; a place where almost every fictional character that you can think of, plus some real-life figures, is here. It's a place where everyone's expectations of heaven and hell collide so hard it becomes the only place out there where war never ends, yet people just go around minding their own ordinary day-to-day issues. If you're asking about me, I'm more or less just a voice in the middle of nowhere. Should you manage to meet up with me physically and recognize my voice, that's cool.
  • Don't expect much shock when it comes to encountering many notable filmmakers such as Spielberg, Kubrick, and Disney, sometimes together in the same room. Because seriously, in a place like the Pantheons, why wouldn't you expect notable people to be here? If anything, I'm surprised that M. Night Shyamalan even got a spot here despite a handful of his films being crap.
  • Witness among other places in the Pantheon the House of Music; a place where anything resembling coherent noise is made to be listened to by others, sometimes with the bonus of words. If it gets stuck on you for a really long time, then it's your problem. It's actually a popular place for others such as "Weird Al" Yankovic to go to perform their stuff. For all those parody songs that Honest Trailers has done, it's sort of surprising he hasn't contributed anything to them yet.
  • As one of the more notable voices when it comes to explaining movies in an entertaining manner, expectations are set in expecting others like that in the Pantheon. There's actually only a few in that field present, most notably The Nostalgic Critic. Dude, you still owe me for all that Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles merchandise crap that you subjected me to. That stage show was already ridiculous on its own.
  • Think that the Pantheon is always about war and senseless violence? Well, if you saw a villain hang out in a shopping mall casually, then congratulations, you've proven yourself wrong. The Pantheon is a place where anyone can relax if they aren't going to die. If I'm just narrating day-to-day activities of some random people, then you know the Pantheon isn't active.
  • Always evolving as the result of random internet people having too much time in their hands, the TV Tropes Pantheon never rests with...
    Deadpool: This place just can't catch a break, huh?
    E.V.G.: Deadpool?! How in the world did you even get to this profile?!
    Deadpool: Just felt like it. Besides, you know how I've managed to get involved with your Honest Trailers for my films.
    E.V.G.: Yes, I do; especially with your second movie. But now isn't the time for you to just butt in all of a sudden.
    Deadpool: Come on, I've always wanted to make fun of the whole Pantheon like what you're doing. Especially when there's other fourth-wall breakers beyond me out there.
    E.V.G.: Well go do it somewhere else.
    Deadpool: This, among other things, is why we aren't fully friends even I would like it. Until then...leaves
    E.V.G.: (beat) If what he said about more fourth-wall breakers is true, then my job just got harder.
  • Grab your smartphone or computer, get a snack, and be prepared to spend a disproportionately large amount of time on an expansive crossover forum game...which is ultimately just a smaller subsection of a wiki website with so many articles that you may as well be looking at them even as you're reading this profile. Hell, you might even be reading other profiles from here for that matter and probably getting spoiled on things you plan to follow later on.
  • Starring...Loads and Loads of Characters, Imagination, outdated memes, unironic anachronisms, more Pokémon nicknames, gratuituous anime moments, Five Nights too Tired, high-ranking laziness, characters that know each other because of similar voices or something, Mainstream Obscurity, and "Armageddon is the New Normal". The Most Ambitious Crossover Event in History.
  • If this place really was inspired by Dungeons & Dragons, then trying to extend it outside of an online game will be an issue. Then again, it's just a fan-game on a corner of the Internet and I can't predict what all those companies are going to think of it.

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    Johan Liebert 
Johan Liebert, God of Sociopathy and Mind Control Without Superpowers (The Antichrist, The Monster, The Next Hitler)
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    Snake (999
Snake, God of Snarky Disabled People. (Niels, Light Field)
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    Wilson (Don't Starve
Wilson, God of Gentlemen and Scholars (Wilson Percival Higgsbury, the Gentleman Scientist)
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Quasideities

    Anne Shirley 
Anne Shirley, Goddess of Blithe Spirits and Spirited Young Ladies (Anne of Green Gables, Anne with an E, Anne-girl, Carrots, Cordelia Fitzgerald, Elaine, Anne Blythe)
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Anne Shirley when she was 11
Anne in her later years 
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her red braids under her straw hat
  • Theme: Anne’s Theme. Or Kikoeru Kashira for her Japanese audience
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Blithe Spirit, Is Very Sensitive About Her Red Hair, Bookworm, Drama Queen, Fiery Redhead, Friendless Background (at least before coming to Green Gables), First Love (to Gilbert, whom she ended up marrying), Genki Girl, Happily Adopted, Ms. Imagination, Doesn't Realize That Gilbert Likes Her At First., Plucky Girl, Public-Domain Character, School Marm, Spirited Young Lady, Youthful Freckles (loses them as she gets older)
  • Domains: Orphans, Redheads, Imagination
  • Heralds: Diana Barry (her bosom buddy), Gilbert Blythe (her husband)
  • Followers: Jane Eyre, Margaret Hale
  • Allies: The March Sisters, Pollyanna Whittier, Sara Crewe, Mary Lennox, Pippi Longstocking, Candice White, Willow Rosenberg, Madeline, Dick Grayson, Pyrrha Nikos, Amélie Poulain, Princess Anna, Elizabeth Bennet
  • Enemies: Eliza and Neal Reagan, Eric Cartman
  • Respected by: Most Japanese deities
  • Pities: Asuka Langely Soryu
  • Matthew and Marilla Cuthbert intended to raise a boy to help them, but a redhead little girl named Anne Shirley arrived instead. Anne Shirley, at first, is all catastrophes and accidents, but slowly the mistakes get smaller, and by the end, Anne is quite a graceful and accomplished young lady.
    • Anne's guardians prior to Matthew and Marilla used her to look after their own children, neglected her education, and did not always provide her (and possibly their own children) with enough to eat. One of these guardians, Mr. Thomas, was frequently intoxicated and Anne was exposed to his violent behaviour.
  • Pollyanna is glad to find another orphan girl like her. The two get along well, noticing certain parallels between each others’ stories, notably moving to a new home with a stubborn woman as a new parent figure who grows to like them.
    • She also became friends with Sara Crewe as both are girls that used their imaginations to escape a harsh, unloved life.
  • She is good friends with the March sisters. Like her, they are young women who grow up and try to find their place in the world. She's also good friends with Elizabeth Bennett, being both book lovers and Spirited Young Ladies who don't strictly conform to society's expectations.
  • She has a liking for Candice White due to their similar personalities. The two would often discuss things like being poor country girls finding a place in life and why there are bad people even if there’s a good side to them.
    • Their friendship has also drawn the ire of the Reagans as they don’t like how the redhead is influencing her.
  • Given her experiences with teaching at a local school, she was employed as a teacher in the House of School.
  • She has a deep appreciation for the beauty of the natural world and often visits the House of Nature, especially at Mary Lennox’s place.
  • She was surprised to see a number of redheads residing in the Pantheon. Although she doesn’t find her red hair to be pretty at first, she eventually grows to accept it. She found herself intrigued with Pippi Longstocking’s adventures. She also likes Madeline for her brave and spunky attitude. Among other redheads she likes to hang out with, they include Willow Rosenberg and Pyrrha Nikos.
    • She couldn’t help but show pity towards Asuka. It might be because of how her personality and attitude are shown to be psychological defenses against crippling low self-esteem. She would visit her temple to try to help her.
  • Befriended Amélie Poulain after hearing about her friendless childhood, not to mention that both have an active imagination to entertain themselves with. Sometimes, the Frenchwoman would cheer her up whenever she’s in the “depths of despair”.
  • Eric Cartman wasn’t pleased upon hearing that another redhead ascended. His first order of business? Smearing feces on her temple. It didn’t take long before Anne caught him in his act. Since then, she has to keep an eye on him while he is working on another revenge scheme.
  • Anne was surprised upon learning that her story is popular in Japan, even inspiring an anime adaptation. Most Japanese-based deities visit her temple to pay her respect.

    Betty Boop 
Betty Boop, Goddess of Flappers
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her winking face
  • Theme Song: Ain'tcha
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: The Tease and one of the first Ms. Fanservice, Master of Puppy-Dog Eyes, Little Black Dress, Impossible Hourglass Figure, Anthropomorphic Shift, Alliterative Name, Progressively Prettier, wears a garter on her left thigh
  • Domains: Charm, Chaos, Good, Liberation
  • Followers: Diane Medford
  • High Priestess: Jordan Baker
  • Allies: Roger Rabbit, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Popeye, Felix the Cat, Josiah Bartlet, Jack Harkness, Flonne, Peacock
  • Friendly Rivals: Jessica Rabbit, Mai Shiranui
  • Enemies: Claude Frollo
  • Pities: Jay Gatsby
  • A product of the The Roaring '20s, Betty Boop made a name of her self as one of the earliest cases of Ms. Fanservice in the Pantheon. Her career was cut short due to The Hays Code, but she was given new life in the Pantheon. She now has a brand new world to explore, party and just have fun in general.
  • Was a part of Roger Rabbit's movie with a prominent role, but it was her role with Eddie that raised eyebrows. She was one of the few cartoons he still respected after that terrible incident. While she was sad he hasn't ascended yet, she hopes to have an opportunity to see him again.
  • May well be the only other cartoon in the Pantheon that can match Jessica Rabbit's figure. Many gods argue who pulls it off better. The two ladies are friendly enough to make it more of a competition than a rivalry.
  • Mai has joined in on the rivalry, not one to have a challenge to her title go unchecked. While she still has the largest fanbase in the Pantheon, Betty's followers is formidable.
  • Her ascension did not go unnoticed with Bugs Bunny. He was just as smitten with her as when she first made her appearance. The problem is that he has a rival: Daffy Duck. The two decided to settle things with an Escalating War for her affections. It had to be shut down after it threaten to tear the House of Beast apart. Betty chimed in, letting whoever won a coin toss to date her first. Daffy won, but Bugs got the deal after using reverse psychology on the duck.
  • She may not look like it, but she originally was an anthropomorphic poodle before looking more human. That didn't stop people from falling head over heels over her.
  • While a flapper girl at heart, she was disheartened to hear of the fate of Jay Gatsby. She thought making Jordan her high priest would help alleviate things. It only aggravated him that she still refuses to be with him.
  • It's a little known fact that she met Popeye well before her arrival in the Pantheon. The sailor man congratulated on her ascension while reaffirming his commitment with Olive Oil.
  • She is also familiar with Felix the Cat. The two worked at a newspaper comic for a few years. Ever the gentleman, Felix brought out a stunning new dress out of his bag as a gift. She has actually been in quite a few newspaper comics over the years.
  • Deities in the House of Leadership was surprised that she once campaigned to become president... and won. Considering that it was in 1932, it was probably expected that the country would want change. Former president Bartlet went over her platform... and saw that she should make more realistic pledges next time.
  • The 1920s seemed like the perfect time for Jack Harkness. After convincing the Doctor to take him to her world, he joined her in many adventures.
  • Frollo was quick to condemn her actions. In fact, her time period in general sounded appalling to him. Premarital sex, illegal drinking and constant smoking ran rampart. The priest was prepared for countermeasures to make sure nobody else from her world enters the Pantheon.
  • As she sometimes shares the same voice actress, Flonne was quick to give offerings to Betty. While Betty is willing to listen in earnest, it's unlikely that she would completely follow the archangel's advice no matter how hard she tries.
  • It comes as no surprise that Peacock was giddy over Betty Boop's ascension. A big fan of golden age cartoons, she had many questions to ask Betty, including how she managed to change from an anthropomorphic animal to a human being. Betty would politely decline to answer that question.

    Daria Morgendorffer 
Daria Morgendorffer, Goddess of Sarcasm and World-weary Snark (Diarrhea [only called that by Beavis and Butt-Head], The Misery Chick, The Weird Kid)
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  • Quasideity (she's not really in on the whole god thing)
  • Symbol: Her coke-bottle glasses.
  • Theme Song: "You're Standing On My Neck"
  • Alignment: True Neutral with shades of Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Brainy Brunette, Brutal Honesty, The Comically Serious, The Cynic, Deadpan Snarker, Emotionless Girl, Informed Loner,Jerk with a Heart of Gold, sane amongst complete loons, Teen Genius
  • Domains: High School, Snark
  • Herald: Her sister, Quinn Morgendorffer
  • High Priest: Enid Coleslaw
  • Followers: Veronica Sawyer, Kim Pine, Katerina Stratford
  • Allies: Jane Lane, Kyon, Alfred Pennyworth, Peter Parker, Rachel Roth, Mafalda, Mandy, Malcolm Wilkerson, Stan Marsh, Liz Lemon, Lisa Simpson
  • Opposed by: The Trollkaiger
  • Complicated Relationship with: Beavis and Butt-Head
  • In the community of Lawndale, Daria Morgendorffer is a girl who stands apart. Smart and cynical with a studied cool reserve that compliments a perceptive eye and a razor sharp sarcastic wit while hiding her strong personal identity, she goes through teenage life as a proud outsider in a world of mainly idiotic adolescents and condescending adults.
  • Some believe that she and Mafalda are the same person. But those who do those comparisons say that Daria is a grown-up Mafalda, for obvious reasons. They aren't (the most logical reason is that Mafalda would have 30 years of difference to Daria) but both of them seem to get along with each other, possibly because of their similarities.
    • She also hangs out with Mandy due to their similar snarky, cynical personalities as well as Lisa Simpson due to both of them being girls isolated by their intelligence, though Daria gets called out for her antisocial behavior.
  • Her relationship with Beavis and Butt-Head is a bit complicated. Back when she had them as classmates, she was the only one who could stand to be around them, mostly because their stupidity amused her (and hanging around them probably freaked out her parents). She wasn’t above taking advantage of their stupidity either; at one point using the duo for her science project. Why she kept talking to them when she didn't like them was never stated. although some suggested that Daria, being friendless, was seeking out the company of Highland High's other big outcasts out of desperation.
  • The Trollkaiger hates her with a passion—she reacts to nothing that they throw at her and she either ignores them or comes up with a snarky reply that leaves them pissed off. Daria hangs out with Alfred Pennyworth for that reason, since the Trollkaiger can't make Alfred react to their tricks either.
  • Doesn't have a big faith in God; she's not an atheist, but she just states that she needs proof.
  • To her surprise, she was visited by Stan Marsh. He understands her situation of being an Only Sane Woman who is Surrounded by Idiots just as he was dealing with the same thing when it comes to his friends. The two seem to be on good terms with each other.
    • She also gets along with Liz Lemon for the same reason as above. Some see Liz as a grown-up version of Daria.
    • As of late, the two are offering her to join a future group also consisting of Leonard L. Church and Malcolm Wilkerson to help temper the crazier personalities. Malcolm, in particular, shares her situation of being a Teen Genius in a Dysfunctional Family.
  • Not much is known about her future after she graduated from Lawndale High, although it may be known that she might have moved to New York where she’s grown up to be the only female writer in a late-night talk show. Some speculate that she would one day return to Lawndale to take part in a high school reunion.
  • She was grateful that her friend Jane has arrived in the Pantheon. The two can be seen having conversations over a slice of pizza in the House of Food.
  • Wasn't sure how to react about her show being rebooted, especially since she's going to have a new best friend instead of Jane.
  • "I don't have low self-esteem. It's a mistake. I have low esteem for everyone else."

    Sayaka Maizono 
Sayaka Maizono, Goddess of Stepfordism (Super High-School Level Idol, Ultimate Pop Sensation, Super Duper High-School B-List Celebrity)
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