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Greater Gods

    Doreen Green/Squirrel Girl 
Doreen Allene Green, Goddess of Lighthearted Characters (The Unbeatable Squirrel Girl, The Anti-Life, Slayer of All That Breathes)
  • 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: Doctor 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.

Intermediate Gods

Dinobot, God of Unpredictable Honesty (Chopperface, Raptor Jesus, Dinobot II)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Either the Maximal or Predacon symbols with the Golden Disk in the background.
  • Theme: The Beast Wars opening theme
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral (Chaotic Evil as a Transmetal 2.)
  • Portfolio: Token Evil Teammate of the Maximals, Still considers himself a Predacon, transforms into a Velociraptor, Believes in survival of the fittest, Good is Not Nice, Blood Knight, Heroes Prefer Swords, Possesses powerful eye beams, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Often quotes Shakespeare, Deadpan Snarker, Defector from Decadence, Gave his life to save the human race, Breakout Character
  • Domains: Honesty, Transformation, Dinosaurs, Allegiance, Honour, Death, Clones
  • Herald: Rattrap
  • Allies: The original Dinobots (especially Grimlock), Optimus Prime, Bumblebee, Hot Rod/Rodimus Prime, Jazz, Zuko, Kain Highwind, Kenshi Takahashi, Yoshi, Hal Jordan/Green Lantern, The Nature Preservers, Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers, Tommy Oliver, Power Rangers Dino Thunder, William Shakespeare, Mewtwo, Primus
  • Friendly Rivals: Hidemitsu Samanosuke Akechi, Miyamoto Musashi, Guts, Cloud Strife
  • Enemies: Beast Wars Megatron, Starscream, G1 Megatron, Soundwave,Blitzwing, Tidal Wave, Lockdown, Shishio Makoto, Nu-13, Zorda and the Seven (Especially Tenjian), Riptor, Gwangi, The Sharptooth, Indominus Rex, Glavenus, Fulgore, Sektor, Mesogog, Ozai, Unicron
  • Opposes: Barney the Dinosaur
  • Opposed by: Viridi, The Gang of Seven Big Al, Liopleurodon
  • "Tell my tale to those who ask. Tell it truly, the ill deeds along with the good... and let me be judged accordingly. The rest is silence...". With these final words, the Predacon-turned-Maximal warrior Dinobot's spark drifted away into the Matrix, to join the greatest of Cybertron, following his Heroic Sacrifice to save the fledgling human race from Megatron's wrath. There he would remain, even as Megs created a Transmetal 2 clone of himself during the final leg of the Beast Wars, which ultimately betrayed the Predacon leader. It wasn't until many years later that Dinobot would be revived by Ultra Magnus, as part of an Autobot/Maximal strike force to aid Optimus Prime against the Decepticons in the Pantheon. He quickly proved himself to be a valuable warrior, despite the apparent size difference, and was able to take down Rumble and Frenzy with little effort. Once the battle ended, Dinobot, along with several other Transformers, were given positions in the Pantheon as Gods, Heralds or High Priests. To put it simply, he was satisfied.
    • While Dinobot joined Optimus Primal's team of Maximals on prehistoric Earth, he still considered himself a Predacon at heart, and had every intention of rejoining them once they returned to Cybertron. In fact, he was perfectly content with aiding Megatron in killing Optimus Prime in the first place. The problem came about when Dinobot incorrectly assumed Megatron led them to the wrong planet, and decided to defect. It was only after the misunderstanding was clear that he decided to return to the Predacons... only to defect back to the Maximals when it became clear that Megatron... was nuts.
  • Dinobot didn't come to the Pantheon alone. Serving as herald is Rattrap, second-in-command aboard the Axalon, master spy, demolitions expert... and the greatest pain in the ass the mecha-raptor's ever dealt with. Their relationship is the stuff of legends, with the pair throwing insults at one another on such a regular basis that the other Autobots are amazed they haven't killed each other yet. But the truth is the pair have a grudging respect for one another, with Rattrap even being the first to pay his respects to Dinobot upon the latter's demise, and was more than happy to reunite with his non-avian comrade, even if he doesn't outright say it. For his part, Dinobot was happy to have the "Vermin" around once more, mainly to trade Witty Banter at one another like old times.
  • Dinobot gets along well with Fire Lord Zuko, as the two started out "evil" before embracing good and performing heel face turns. The pair will meet up now and again to discuss various topics such as honour and even train with one another on down time. Zuko even introduced Dinobot to his ally Sokka, who used his signature "Space Sword" in combat. Unfortunately for Dinobot, he managed to find Sokka to be just as annoying as Rattrap, if not worse.
  • When not fighting Decepticons or Predacons, Dinobot can sometimes be found in the House of Prehistoric Beasts, where he interacts with the many deities residing there. Some, such as Rexy and Rodan, sometimes aid him during times of conflict - not that he asks for their help, while Gwangi proved to be an annoyance every time the pair cross paths. But it's the genetically engineered Riptor who proved to be Dinobot's greatest threat. The two raptors have duked it out on multiple occasions, sometimes in full beast mode and sometimes with Dinobot going into robot mode to gain an edge. It's actually how Dinobot became allies with Yoshi, who had a bit of experience fighting Riptor, and when the two tag team? Well, let's just say, it doesn't end well for the Ultra-Tech nightmare.
    • This animosity against Riptor actually led Dinobot to become enemies with the raptor's close dinosaurian allies; Indominus rex and the Sharptooth. Most would run away from such an intimidating ensemble, but not Dinobot. Nope, he stood his ground during their first encounter and went up against them and managed to come out of it alive. Battle damaged and missing one arm of course, but still alive nevertheless.
  • Littlefoot and his friends have been quite hesitant to be around Dinobot due to his beast mode, despite him constantly driving off the Sharptooth from the Great Valley. Progress has been slow, but the Maximal's allies have been introducing him to the Gang of Seven in order to familiarize each other.
  • One day, the Brute Wyvern note  Glavenus challenged Dinobot to a fight. The Maximal had to be wary; not only could Glavenus breath fire, but its tail was not unlike a giant sword. It's cunning speed and tactics proves to be more than a match for the raptor... then he broke out the Eye Beams, which sniped the beast right in the corneas. This left the wyvern blind and roaring in pain, allowing Dinobot to finish the duel once and for all. After that, Glavenus has been growling for a rematch. Not that it will get one any time soon.
  • Dinobot is unique among his fellow Predacons, as he adheres to a code of honour very similar to samurai bushido. As such, he's found himself being challenged by the Pantheon's many ascended samurai warriors. Kenshi Takahashi, Hidemitsu Samanosuke Akechi, Miyamoto Musashi have all proven to be admirable foes, and even if the opportunity presents itself, the Maximal warrior won't stoop to cheating. Other swordsmen, like Cloud Strife and Guts, have even become friendly rivals with Dinobot, who often train with him in the House of Weapons.
  • While a bot of honour, Dinobot is also a social darwinist, believing in the fundamental values of survival of the fittest during war and often taking time to educate naive travellers of it, just as he did with Tigatron long ago. One would expect him to be allies with Tenjian of the Seven, who is another such social darwinist. But they aren't. The difference between them is simple. Tenjian, and the rest of his comrades, have a fierce hatred of any human who doesn't have special powers like them, with Tenjian giving his own life in the hopes that his sister and the rest of Eden would be able to exterminate humanity to make way for paradise. Dinobot found the sacrifice to be pointless and lacking in honour... plus the whole, you know, human survival bit.
  • Viridi, Goddess of Nature, was more than confused as to why Dinobot gave his life to save humanity's ancestors, as she seemed more on board with Megatron wiping them out to prevent the pillaging of the natural world in the future. That set him off. For the next five minutes, the Transformer proceeded to verbally tear into the Goddess, stating the importance of the human race in the Autobot-Decepticon war, the importance of maintaining the timeline and making sure Megatron did NOT win the Beast Wars. It certainly left its mark; Viridi was flabbergasted by the outburst, and for the rest of the day, she remained locked up in her temple.
  • Dealing with his timeline's Megatron was one thing, Dinobot now has to contend with the original Megatron in his prime, along with the rest of his Decepticon forces. Luckily, he found an ally in the form of Grimlock, leader of the original Dinobots. The two robotic dinosaurs get along fantastically, with each taking care of the opposite's potential weaknesses, all the while turning any hapless foes into scrap metal. From time to time, Grimlock will even adopt Chopper-face's alternate mode when he wants to get personal, such as when he went toe to toe against Magmatron. Grimlock lost but he still held his own well enough. Of course, when Grimlock had the rest of the original Dinobots ascend, he considered this a splendid event.
    • On a related note, Dinobot's Predacon heritage gave the Autobots a much needed advantage against their enemies, especially with Starscream, who came to prehistoric Earth while possessing the body of Waspinator.
  • Dinobot has teamed up with the various prehistoric themed Power Ranger teams from time to time, particularly the Dino Thunder rangers, as they sometimes rode into battle on the backs of raptors. They've been keeping an eye on Mesogog, whose desire to wipe out humanity and turn the world into a saurian utopia doesn't gel well with the Transformer.
  • Dinobot's frequent cloning by Megatron has become common knowledge throughout the Pantheon. The first instance was a non-transforming replicanote , and the other, more infamous example, was a Transmetal 2 Predacon created using half of Rampage's spark. He will take on this form whenever he's possessed by a dark being or if he gets really ticked off. When that happens, Dinobot's fellow gods pray that they won't end up being diced up like paper through a shredder.
    • Due to this constant association with cloning, Dinobot found himself interacting with the legendary Pokemon Mewtwo, who sympathized with also being a clone created for evil purposes. They have spoken a few times about past experiences and have joined forces against Mewtwo's neighbour Cell to prevent him from entering Prehistoric Earth alongside Fulgore and Sektor on orders from Megatron.
  • Considering how much he likes to quote the works of William Shakespeare, it was only natural for Dinobot to become friends with the Bard himself. Shakespeare is flattered that an alien robot appreciated his art and likewise, Dinobot is humbled that the person he quoted so often was impressed. The poet still think he stands out too much to get him any parts to portray in his plays, but he can at least let Dinobot have his own performances; Dinobot is not usually one for the performing arts but he appreciates the opportunity nonetheless, and will often perform soliloquies in the House of Theatre and Spectacle to standing ovations.
  • He hates Barney the Dinosaur as much as everyone else in the Pantheon, but he did find solace in calling Megatron by that name. The Predacon leader was absolutely livid and Dinobot... well, he couldn't stop chuckling to himself.
  • The Pantheon's naturalists often cringe when Dinobot goes into Beast mode, which annoys him to no end. It may have something to do with him resembling a Velociraptor from Isla Nublar rather than a more scientifically accurate dromaeosaurid. It took some time, but eventually he decided to experiment with a feathered beast mode. The results though were... interesting.
  • It is wise not to bring up his time working at the Earth-based Axalon Trading Company. Anyone who attempted it was met with a Death Glare from the mecha-raptor.
  • Dinobot's relationship with the Autobots became complicated when he learned of an alternate universe where the Maximals and Predacons were a marginalized lower class living in fear of the Autobots and Decepticons, now referred to as the Builders. Optimus has assured Dinobot that those events won't happen in the Pantheon but he's not so sure about that.

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)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Sacnoth, his strongest sword
  • Theme Song: Requiem (shared with Koudelka and Father O'Flaherty)
  • 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, Father James O'Flaherty, 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.

    Naota Nandaba 
Naota Nandaba, God of Accepting One's Personality (Takkun, Puss in Boots)
Naota when channeling the power of Atomsk 

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


    Archie Bunker 
Archibald "Archie" Bunker, God of Innocent Bigots
  • 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, Elliot Reid
  • Herald: Edith Bunker née Baines (his wife).
  • 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)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A pinky finger in a mouth.
  • Theme song: His leitmotif and "Dr. Evil" by They Might Be Giants
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral (formerly Lawful Evil)
  • Portfolio: Death Traps, Doting Parents,The Evil Laugh, Right Hand Cats, Fish 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, currently his clone, Mini-Me
  • High Priest: Ernst Stavro Blofeld
  • Allies: Jack Spicer, Dr. Drakken, Darth Vader, Zuko, Ron Stoppable
  • Enemies: Bruce, James Bond
  • Opposes: Abed Nadir, General Tarquin
  • Opposed by: Barbatos Goetia, SHOCKER, HYDRA, all competent villains
  • 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 Villainy.
    • There was an upheaval within the 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 Spicer 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
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... 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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    The Pink Panther 
The Pink Panther, God of Silent Snarkers
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The "Pink Panther" Diamond
  • Theme Song: His iconic song
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Manly Pinkness, Cool Panthers, Silent Snarkers, Getting Voiced One-Time, Multi-Talented, Occasional Butt Monkeys, Ordinary Badasses, Episodes in Pink
  • Domains: Pink, Panthers, Cartoons, Comedy
  • Heralds: Pinky and Panky (his sons)
  • Allies: Inspector Jacques Clouseau, Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Tom & Jerry, Dan Hibiki, Amane Nishiki, Homer Simpson, Eugene Gallardo, Francesca Lucchini, Kirby, Epic Sax Guy
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork With: Spongebob Squarepants, Patrick Star
  • Enemies: GUAE Trollkaiger, Majin Buu
  • Pink is a color mostly associated with women. However, it's possible for men to have a liking for the color. In the case of the Pink Panther...well, that's because he is pink. It also applies to a lot of the things he's done in his career.
  • Back then, he ascended as Majin Buu's good counterpart. Since then, the Court of the Gods has removed Real Men Wear Pink from the villain, effectively making the cartoon character the sole holder of the trope. Buu is not happy at all with this development.
  • He's a guy... and he's clad in pink. Considers that not all men who wear the color usually associated with the women as fabulously gay or straight metrosexuals.
    • Ironically, he gets well along with Amane Nishiki. However, there are moments that he gets infaurated by Amane's antics.
  • He, along with Tom and Jerry, are the sole MGM representatives of Toontown in the Pantheon. They tend to team up whatever anomalies in Toontown are presented, usually in form of Johnny Test.
    • Also, he needs to prepare to judge a certain yellow sponge and a pink starfish due to both of them unwillingly starting the dark age of the Western Animation. However, further analysis indicated that they're influenced by the true culprit of it: Peter Griffin.
  • He usually doesn't talk. Whenever he does talk though, some have noticed that he has an American accent.
    • The panther had a British accent the very few times he did initially talk, so no one knows what is up with the change in accent.
  • Made a pitch to the House of Food to promote a drink known as Pink Punch. It didn't work as well as he hoped for.
    • He actually did a little better when it came to selling corn flakes.
  • He has found good company with fellow panthers Eugene Gallardo and Francesca Lucchini (even though the latter takes on elements of one under circumstances). The Pink Panther is admittedly wondering how Francesca is able to sleep in weird places and not get disturbed (for comparison, he got disturbed by an alley cat while trying to sleep one time).
  • Became a target of Trollkaiger's antics. Such spats usually end with the Panther humiliated or the group getting outwitted.
  • Surprisingly enough, the panther is rather successful in promoting fiberglass wool. Some deities have been using these kinds of products during temple construction for newly ascended gods.
  • Both the panther and the diamond have the same name. Some thieves in the Pantheon confused him for the actual diamond once before leaving him alone, though some have tried to break into a safe that he owns (and somehow has locks that can be changed).
  • More than a few people are surprised to hear The Pink Panther is a father. His sons, Pinky and Panky serves as their father's heralds. Pinky gets along with everyone while Panky just follows his older brother
  • "Thiiiink Pink!'"


    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)
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, Sun Yee
  • 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.
  • Has an additional temple in the sub-house of Male and Female Traits.

    Betty Boop 
Betty Boop, Goddess of Flappers
  • 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.

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