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The House of Personality was commissioned by Applejack in order to separate it from the House of Mentalism, because she's completely disgusted with the whole concept of backstabbing and playing mind games the latter House offers. Oh, and the fact that it was too dark. Literally.

This House comes with a personality test in order to determine the preestablished personalities of the Gods… however, if certain Gods lack of personality, this means they're flat as hell, and otherwise forbidden from joining the House unless they need to take characterization classes, as Kai is currently studying in said signature. Also, this house accepts non-philosophical concepts.

The House was initially guarded by the "Personal Three", which consisted of the legendary Freudian Trio of Captain James T. Kirk, Spock and Leonard McCoy . The trio however left to join the rest of the USS Enterprise in representing Wagon Train to the Stars, a new group of representatives would take the helm and rechristened the guardians to "The Emissaries of Selfhood", consisting of Alm, Celica, Bojack Horseman, Captain Haddock, and Daria Morgendorffer.

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The Emissaries of Selfhood

The Guards of the House of Personality

    Alm and Celica 
Alm and Celica, Gods of Masculine Aggression and Feminine Intuition (Alm: Arum, Albein/Alpine Alm Rudolf II, Saint-King, the Other Hero-King, Hero of Prophecy | Celica: Anthiese/Anteze, Caring Princess, Emblem of Echoes)
Left: Celica, Right: Alm
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: The Brand of Duma on Alm's left hand and the Brand of Mila on Celica's right hand; alternatively, the Falchion for Alm
  • Theme Songs: The Heritors of Arcadia (English Version by Bonnie Gordon, Japanese Version by Janis Crunch)
  • Alignment:
  • Portfolio: Heroes of Prophecy to Save Valentia, Bear the Brands, Ruled Valentia Together, Known Each Other Since Childhood, Male Aggression Contrasted with Feminine Communication, Good Is Not Soft, Heroes Prefer Swords, Aren't Well Adjusted to the Outside World Before their Journey, Royalty Superpower
  • Domains: Foil, Gender, Aggression, Intuition
  • Heralds: Mycen
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Grima, Gharnef, Sauron, Saruman, Malekith, Morathi, Nagash, Konrad and Mannfred von Carstein, Count Draculanote , Morgan Le Fay, Arthas Menethil, Deathwing, Fatalis, Alduin, Luca Blight, Joffrey Baratheon, Cersei Lannister, Ramsay Bolton, Euron Greyjoy, Griffith, Wyald, Ganishka, Emperor Mateus, Nightmare, The Lunatic Cultists, Ganondorf, Emperor Palpatine, Prime Minister Honest, Mola Ram, The Hårga, Los Illuminados, Bowser, Maleficent, Nekron
  • Respected By: Mila and Duma
  • Uneasy Relationship: Emperor Calus, Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, Ben Solo/Kylo Ren, Vlad von Carstein, Orm Marius/Ocean Master
  • Pities: Zeref, Punpun Onodera, Archer/EMIYA
  • Complicated Relationship: Berkut
  • The continent of Valentia was composed of two halves, Zofia to the south, and Rigel to the north, both of whom were ruled by powerful divine dragons named Mila and Duma, siblings who championed love and strength respectively, though as the years went by, the two nations began to see and treat each other with disdain and plot conflict and discord against each other, not helped by Mila and Duma's degradation into insanity and losing much of their strength. In a prophecy, it was stated that once the two were near the end of their rule, two individuals would mark their place in Valentia's history by proving their worth to the gods and succeed them as their rulers as well as uniting Zofia and Rigel into one unified state and with both would be branded with a mark of each god on their hand. The prophecy's figures came in the form of Alm and Celica, a pair of children who were brought up by their adopted uncle Mycen in an idyllic village in Zofia and led happy lives until an invasion forced the two apart, and it wouldn't be until years later that the two would reunite as their prophecy would dictate.
    • Upon coming of age, Alm would start a journey alongside his friends after an invitation from a collection of mercenaries known as the Deliverance to help stop the conflict between Zofia and Rigel, even becoming the Deliverance's leader after proving his worth as a warrior and liberating a couple of villages and towns caught in the crossfire of the war. On the other hand, Celica would make a pilgrimage to Zofia Castle where she would reunite with Alm before the two separated due to conflicting thoughts on dealing with the war and Zofia and Rigel's instability. The two would journey further, making new allies and preventing more bloodshed and chaos from being spread before they gradually learn the awful truth about Mila and Duma being driven to insanity and that the latter's followers are hellbent on harnessing Duma's power and influence to subjugate Valentia to their liking, as well as Celica realizing that her true identity is that of Princess Anthiese, a daughter of Zofia's former king, Lima VI, and making her a legitimate heir to the throne.
    • At their darkest point, Celica is kidnapped and made a vessel for Duma whereas Alm and the Deliverance defeat Rigel's emperor, Rudolf... before learning that he is Alm's father and that he instigating a conflict between the two nations because he was aware that Mila and Duma's downfall was imminent and he needed to act quick to allow the prophecy to commence. Although Alm and Celica's reencounter later was met under tragic circumstances, Mila's spirit sacrifices herself to grant the duo and their allies enough strength and morale to combat and defeat Duma and his forces, with the latter conceding his defeat and death well and giving Alm and Celica his blessing to lead Valentia to a prosperous rule before passing on to reunite with his sister. In the aftermath, Alm and Celica discovered that they loved each other more than they imagined and reaffirmed their affection. As legitimate heirs, the two married and were able to unite Zofia and Rigel under a single unified state, ensuring their rulership would be a long and prosperous one.
  • Alm and Celica enjoyed a happy marriage as well as a stable and well-loved leadership for their newly-built kingdom, though they would see themselves involved in a few more travels, one involving the discovery of the Fell Dragon, Grima far east in Archanea, who would go on to become a major threat several centuries later. Aside from that, the duo would find themselves being given an invitation to a newly discovered land which the couple was wary of due to the ambiguity of its writer and sender, though Alm and Celica decided to investigate it. Arriving at a designated spot, they were met by a man clad in blue, who introduced himself as Marth, heir to Archanea's throne, and, alongside him, a tall, gorgeous woman clad in white and surrounded by an air of reverence who called herself Cosmos. They explained to Valentia's rulers that they were appointed to be representatives of a divine realm they called the Pantheon, to Alm and Celica's surprise. The rulers admitted that such an invitation was a bit much to take in, but they would carry on with it if it meant they could better secure Valentia's safety. Since their ascension, Alm and Celica realized that their kingdom had seen a rise in visitors and many were willing to have diplomatic relations with them, though they were aware that they would have more enemies to deal with as well. With reaffirmation as well as support from friends, new and old, the Valentian rulers were eager to offer their role as protectors in the Pantheon and ensure they played an important role in the divine realms' history.
  • Alm and Celica were upstanding and noble figures who greatly championed helping and providing for others in addition to ensuring that their efforts would lead to a better future for everyone, even before the circumstances of their royalty were revealed, which didn't deter their personalities either way. On a personal note, both were compassionate and kind people, and their friends were quick to cite Alm and Celica as inspiring figures. There are differences, in that Alm would usually take the most direct route in combat, likening to his desire to help others. If he sees someone in danger, he will charge in to help, even if it means blowing his cover whereas Celica is willing to make negotiations and truces with opposing forces if possible, even if she isn't hesitant to fight back if necessary. Both are skilled warriors who excel in swordplay, but where Alm is a traditional swordfighter who can also do well with a bow, Celica is similarly adept with sorcery, usually emphasizing fire and holy magic due to their effectiveness against those they call Terrors, Specters, and Brethrens. Because of all these qualities, the two stand as one of the more popular and trustworthy monarchs in the Pantheon, something that the two were a bit overwhelmed by as they naturally just want to help, even if they're glad that they're well-liked specifically for their characters.
  • The duo are well-regarded by monarchs and heirs for their dedication to trying to unify a fractured nation and better it in any way they can, though given their upbringing, Alm and Celica are quite humble about their praises and are simply thankful for their support. There aren't many who were known for the feats the two have done, but those that do, such as Aragorn, Sigmar, and Aquaman are especially respectful of them as they understand the burdens of establishing a nation and being a source of hope, not to mention they believe that Alm and Celica still have room for improvement regarding their skills and synergy with one another and are quite open to personally improve them just as much establish good bilateral relations between their nations and Valentina. This is especially notable for Sigmar as he wants the rulers of Valentina to be prepared for the Forces of Chaos and rely on sheer willpower and trust to establish his empire while Aquaman was once a lost heir, much like Alm, and is quite familiar with internal fractures within nations as Atlantis is quite subject to that.
  • Much like them, many have risked their lives to either save or to make improvements towards their kingdoms and they have a good understanding of the troubles and struggles Alm and Celica went through in their quest to save and unite Valentia. While there are many from a familiar multiverse who have been in a similar situation (and whom Celica personally knows about as they were emblems for Alear), there were more in the Pantheon, such as a fellowship consisting of the aforementioned Aragorn, the Hobbit Group Baggins, and famed wizard Gandalf who banded an unlikely group and inspired the armies of Gondor and Mordor as well as the race of men, dwarves, and elves to fight against the tyranny of Sauron. Similarly, there were the Hyrulean hero, Link, and Zelda, princess of Hyrule, who have always remained stalwart in protecting their homeland many times throughout their different incarnations. Their tales were inspiring for Alm and Celica and meeting them was just as exciting as they were awed by their heroism and dedication to helping others. They, in turn, were impressed by Alan's efforts as leader of the Deliverance and Celica’s pilgrimage in restoring Zofia to stability, even if they felt that their being young rulers meant there was still much for them to learn. This has helped with all involved parties becoming closely acquainted and being willing to help each other out anytime they can.
    • The Pantheon was no stranger to characters who sought an admirable goal, but with extreme actions and measures put in which would potentially endanger others, much like Emperor Rudolf. Alm and Celica noted that while it was a necessary step in bringing down Duma's cult, they're still rattled by the damage it caused and are working hard to undo it. And while the duo were making sure to be wary of anyone with similar ambitions, Vlad von Carstein attracted the most attention, being a vampiric monarch who felt that the best way to defeat Chaos and eliminate political strife and infighting was to convert the world into undead. While Alm and Celica naturally compared him to the Terrors and declared their opposition, Vlad instead came to respect Alm and Celica for their loyalty and feat in uniting Valentia with each other and welcomed them as guests, especially as their affection for each other reminded Vlad of his wife, Isabella, causing him to have some admittedly positive thoughts on the Valentian couple. For now, the two are on very uneasy terms; while Vlad is a monster, he's at least willing to keep his word and form an alliance when necessary, not to mention he advised Alm and Celica to be more wary of his sons, Mannfred and Konrad, who were much worse and desired more selfish gains.
  • Of course, the two have a positive reputation in the Houses of Love and Affection and Royalty and given the years where they were separated during their childhoods, Alm and Celica are glad to make visits to those Houses as well as a few other places as a couple. From the sounds of it, the two seem to be a happy pair who make an effort to make the most of their time together by doing several couple-based activities and generally having fun. Not everything is supposed to be about managing their kingdom and protecting their home and friends after all. While they were popular with several royals, they struck a strange friendship with Princess Cadance and Shining Armor as well as alicorn princesses, Celestia and Luna; both parties recognized each others’ valor and determination and the latter determined that the former’s marks were a little similar to the Cutie Marks them and their family and friends possessed. Alm found the title “cutie mark” rather humorous but remained dignified about the respect it commanded towards the denizens of Equestria. On another note, while Childhood Friend Romance was something they were associated with, so was Punpun Onodera, though the circumstances of his affection towards Aiko Tanaka were met with darker and more devastating consequences that contributed to Punpun’s broken state of mind. Needless to say, Alm and Celica were aghast to learn of Punpun’s past circumstances, but as much as they wanted to help him, they figured that the severity of his problems was too much for the duo to handle themselves. At the very least, they’re happy to hear that Punpun is at least mentally healing at a steady rate and they’re willing to support him if he ever asks for it.
  • Alm and Celica have a reputation of being chosen saviors, but the two openly acknowledge the burden of being determined by destiny and feel that no one should suffer simply because destiny dictates so, regardless of being heralded as a great hero. This is a major stem on their friendship towards Aragorn and Link as well as others like King Arthur of Camelot, who similarly expressed admiration for the rulers of Valentia and desires to visit them and their lands as a sign of friendship. Malekith, on the other hand, proved a different story as the Qitch-King felt that him not being considered the Phoenix King of Ulthuan was an insult and his response led to the elven race being fractured and Malekith himself being contorted and twisted in body and mind before establishing the Dark Elves in Naggaroth and continuing his conflict against the very nation he once proudly served. Even with further revelations confirming his legitimacy as Phoenix King, Alm and Celica aren't forgiving towards Malekith as they feel that his actions and his beliefs on how his nation should run have done too much damage, and admitting that his presence inspires great darkness and intimidation anytime they meet. In contrast, Malekith simply sees Alm and Celica as more-than-average threats, though he mused how the two were quite similar to him back in his old days as a prince, thus the Witch-King having a slight sense of respect for them.
  • Their experience with Duma’s forces has led the two to be understandably wary about cults. They do acknowledge that Duma’s teaching wasn't inherently malevolent and that it was the Divine Dragon’s mental degradation that led to his cult becoming more violent and desperate to fulfill their patron god’s Might Makes Right belief, but despite the Pantheon’s many benefits, there were more cults, many of which were more unscrupulous, malevolent, and inexcusable than Duma’s who were running amok in the divine realms, causing Alm and Celica to be more vigilant in looking after their friends and making sure said cults don't cause more serious troubles. The Lunatic Cultist desiring to bring upon Cthulhu to reign destruction on the world, the Hårga who sacrifice victims to appease their pagan deities, and Los Illuminados, who sought to spread the Las Plagas virus and their teachings in a bid for world dominance were among the most apparent due to their active attempts in their goals and involving several innocent lives being endangered, including those in Valentia, forcing Alm, Celica, and their allies to take a stand against them. They may not be the most dire threats the duo faces, but they are among the most persistent, much to Alm and Celica’s concern.
  • The two have dealt with dragons and on both moral spectrums. As a result, they're more confident than most when it comes to visiting the Hall of Draconic Beings and are eager to try befriending any of the friendlier dragons there whenever possible. It's also here where they would come into contact with an unexpected ally in the Dragonborn, a demigod gifted with powers to kill the dragons of Tamriel by absorbing their souls. Despite his feared reputation, the Dovahkiin was rather respectful towards Alm and Celica and was open to helping them out on certain tasks and while there is an alliance, the duo has noted how his innate desire for destruction is something to look out for. Daenerys Targaryen would have made for a solid ally and one to share good political relations with, but her descent to madness after too many losses and becoming a tyrant no less different from the ones she tried to oppose have considerably soured this, though Alm and Celica do feel sorry for her and wishes they could have helped Daenerys if they could. Other dragons like Rathalos and Rathian are treated cautiously due to their territorial nature whereas those like Smaug, Fatalis, Deathwing, and King Ghidorah were deemed just as destructive and evil as Grima, and Alm and Celica felt that Valentia would need more than just their beat infantry and heroes if it meant taking them on. While new alliances have been possible, the duo are still left uneasy at the thought of having to fight against dragons who are capable of planetary destruction, to say the least.
    • There are some draconic deities in the Pantheon, Mila and Duma included and while Alm and Celica are happy to see that many like Bahamut are benevolent and are eager to be a force for good, there were also some who chose to be malevolent and want to subject the Pantheon to either subjugation or destruction. Alduin, the World Eater, was one such dragon, who wanted to dominate everything and saw humans as lesser beings better left to grovel at the talons of dragons. Learning that Alm and Celica were acquainted with the Dragonborn only gave Alduin an incentive to try to kill the two primarily to spite his slayer, though was a little taken back when the duo proved tougher than he had expected. The aforementioned Deathwing of the Black Dragonflight believes everything needs to die at the flaps of his wings and doesn't care about who gets in his way and Ghidorah was seen more as a devil than a monster by ancient cultures. Their reputation even rattled Mila and Duma, let alone Alm and Celica, who were left wondering for a while what do some dragons want to gain from destroying everything, especially when they’ll have no left to worship them. There are also other divine dragons like the aquatic Ceadeus and Legendary Pokémon like Rayquaza and the Tao Trio that commanded a similar sort of respect and authority as Mila and Duma did and their (usually) placid nature means Alm and Celica are interested to learn more about them, hoping that this could help them in regards to understanding other worlds and creatures beyond those of their own.
  • During their journey, Alm and Celica had to deal with hostile, decaying undead they referred to as “Terrors”, who desired to attack and eat humans and nothing else. While they were threats that could be easily dealt with most of the time, the Pantheon proved a much greater challenge with creatures like ghosts, vampires, and liches, to Alm and Celica’s horror. It only felt natural that the Grand United Alliance of Destruction would confronted with extreme caution and wariness by the duo as two of their leaders, Nekron and Nagash, were not only creators of undead but sought to destroy all life for their self-serving ends, with the latter musing about the idea of destroying Valentia to add to his collected of undead territories he holds control over with an iron fist. Celica had to be reminded that there was no point in negotiating with them due to their omnicidal ambitions and that conflict was the only way to resolve this matter, which upset her as Celica wished there was a way to solve the issue without casualties, not to mention the idea of a unified army of creatures like the Terrors was a terrifying thought for many reasons. Fortunately, there were benevolent undead in the Pantheon as well and neither of them were in support of Nekron and Nagash either, such as Daniel Fortesque, who was eager to work alongside Alm and Celica on a few adventures and made sure that regardless of his horrifying appearance, he's a good man at heart and not every sort of undead is inherently bad.
  • While the two have had simple and humble upbringings in Ram Village, Alm spent almost all his life there as Celica was taken to an island to be raised and protected after their home was invaded by corrupt officials of Zofia, intending to kill the two. Despite his newfound title as a prince and eventual ruler, Alm's desire to directly help and contribute is a product of his upbringing, and has nothing but respect for those who have led similar lives. It's because of this that he quickly found common ground with Luke Skywalker as they felt like ordinary folks before being forced into a grand adventure (or rather, into a large war), but while both held a strong desire for peace and helping others, they do acknowledge that the circumstances of their journeys were not a pleasant one, even with all the success and respect they’ve gained. While Alm has become aware and met with many farm boys, Luke is the one he’s closest with for the aforementioned reasons and as a result, the two are close friends, with the Jedi Master being willing to impart some wisdom to the young heir of Valentia in the hopes that it would influence his reign as king.
  • A band like the Deliverance tends to be seen in an admirable light in the eyes of many and this is a major reason why Alm is celebrated as a hero and leader. In addition to Aragorn, Gandalf, and Frodo, the Fellowship was touched by how Alm’s journey was rather similar to their own in trying to save and unite a fractured kingdom and stop a great evil from devastating their lands. The same goes for the bands led by Firion and Cecil Harvey, both of whom came to greatly respect Alm and are eager to work together as ambassadors for protection and safety, believing that this could help with bettering relations with others as well as keeping them safe and happy in the Pantheon. The Band of the Hawk, who helped to stop a 100-year war and ensured peace for Midland, would have been considered admirable… if it weren't for the actions of their leader, Griffith, regarding the Eclipse. Alm and Celica initially respected Griffith as he naturally carved a reputation of goodwill whilst hiding his identity as the Godhand, Femto, at least until they learned about the full context of his ascension as a supposed messiah-ruler and ever since then, they’re horrified and disgusted by the extremes the Hawk was willing to take to achieve his dreams, not to mention reforming his band to be composed of literal demons. By extension, Alm and Celica are willing to recognize Guts as a tormented soul they not only sympathize with but are willing to befriend and support as despite his violent history, the Black Swordsman has been making strides fight for the betterment of his friends and companions beyond just revenge and giving him another purpose in life would be a healthy thing for Guts to provide. The Black Swordsman was surprised by the duo’s hospitality and while their priorities mean they don’t meet each other often, they are willing to help each other if necessary, especially as some of Guts’s companions would want him to do that.
  • Alm killing his father, Emperor Rudolf, was one thing he deeply regretted, even if the whole situation was engineered by Rudolf himself to ensure Alm would surpass him as a more beloved and just king. Understandably, Alm doesn’t like to reflect on the events, especially when most deities who have committed patricide in the Pantheon were vile beings themselves, though Siegfried Schtauffen was not only traumatized but resulted in him being susceptible to temptation and his eventual corruption into Soul Edge’s host, Nightmare. Siegfried is aware of all the horrors and destruction he caused, though it took a while for him to eventually seek atonement for his past actions and seek to destroy Soul Edge to achieve it. Alm was initially hesitant to communicate with Siegfried, given his previous occupation as a bandit before becoming Nightmare, but after a few encounters, the two have become good friends and the latter was humbled to see the former and Celica provide Siegfried with amenities and support when he visited their domain once. While the two have bonded over their misfortune and the slaying of their fathers traumatizing them, Alm and Siegfried prefer not to dwell on it much, choosing to focus on what their fathers would have wanted them to do for the future.
  • Celica has had several siblings due to her father, King Lima IV of Zofia tending to claim concubines for himself, though she and Conrad are arguably the only survivors since Desaix assassinated the king and intended to wipe out his lineage to assert himself as Zofia’s king. As Alm is to Luke, Celica became quick friends with Leia Organa on that note. In addition to both of them being long-lost siblings, they preferred to use words and communication as a way to advance their goals. Not to mention both had fathers who were rather... unpopular according to most. Although Leia finds talking to Darth Vader to be a difficult thing to do, Celica has tried to give her new friend some encouragement to try mending broken bridges between Leia and her father, seeing that if Luke is willing to give his father a chance in redemption, then the daughter should too. Orm Marius of Atlantis was a more complicated case as him being Aquaman’s brother was unknown to both of them until their adulthood, but the former remained militant about Atlantis’s secrecy and supremacy and opposed his brother most of the time. Celica was able to pick out that there are a few times when Orm is capable of doing genuine good and thinks that he can accept his brother and work together, but Orm affirms that Celica’s past circumstances as a lost sibling don’t matter much when Atlantis and Valentia are completely different nations and are likely to not get along, much to her dismay as she affirms that she has no intention of harming the seas either way, though Orm remains staunch about his stance regardless.
  • Given her father's actions and reputation, Celica has a natural opposition towards hedonists and while there aren’t a lot that are recognized as deities in the Pantheon, she still keeps her caution as the ones that are ascended are very dangerous and vicious beings. Chief among them was Morathi, whose influence greatly impacted Naggaroth’s Dark Elves into being hedonistic sadists and Celica was horrified and angry at the Hag Sorceress’s indulgence in pleasure and pain. Celica also understood why Malekith was twisted to begin with thanks to his mother and while she doesn’t excuse his actions, Celica gained a measure of pity for the Witch-King, instead channeling her opposition towards Morathi, who simply sees the rulers of Valentia as pretenders for daring to oppose her. By extension, Celica also despises Joffrey Baratheon, Wyald, and Prime Minister Honest for similar reasons as well as feeling that they and Morathi somehow make her father, an already unpleasant man, look tame in comparison. Emperor Calus is a non-antagonistic hedonist and instead respects Celica and Alm’s dedication to bringing a better future for Valentia, but considering his shady actions and the extremities he would take to reach his goals, well-intentioned or not, Celica remains wary of him.
  • Celica's selflessness and desire to help others is a commendable trait, but it also served as a major issue that left her gullible and desperate at times to the point of making bad decisions, especially when it led to her (temporary) death. This was a problem that was also shared by Madoka Kaname and Shirou Emiya, whose innocence and wanting to prove himself a hero was tested several times with very dire results and consequences. While the three have become friends quickly, Celica figured that she plans on visiting Madoka and Shirou to work out her flaws as well as hopefully teach them something in return, not to mention getting involved in a few new events with Alm's blessing of course, in addition to familiarizing herself with magical girls and legendary servants whom Celica saw as figures to look upon. Celica was also recommended to visit Wonder Woman, an Amazonian warrior who similarly held a reputation for her compassion, kindness, and desire to help people. Celica quickly connected with the Amazonian Goddess and figured that Woman Woman's centuries of experience would greatly benefit Celica in becoming better in communication and negotiation, an offer which Diana was willing to lend a hand on. At the moment, the two have a good student-teacher dynamic with Celica feeling honored about being taught by a renowned warrior and goddess.
  • They also have a place in the Hall of Gender Roles.

    BoJack Horseman 
BoJack Horseman ,The God of Being His Own Worst Enemy (BoJ, The Horse, The Horse from Horsin' Around, Mr. Peanutbutter, Secretariat, John Philbert/ Philbert, Chadwick Boseman, BJ Novak, BoJangles, JockJam DoorSlam, Hambone Fakenamington, Piece of Shit, Henrietta, BoBo the Angsty Zebra, Professor Horseman, Dead Body #4)
  • Quasideity
  • Theme Song: BoJack's Theme and "Back in the 90's"
  • Symbol: Him looking up from his pool
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, but can be True Neutral, Chaotic Good, or even Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: His Own Worst Enemy, Washed-up 90's actor, Coping with alcohol, Deconstructing character types, Very Cynical, Being really depressed, Celebrity Is Overrated, Being a very cynical rude person with a sad past
  • Domains: Horses, Alcohol, Depression, Deconstruction
  • Herald: Mr. Peanutbutter
  • Allies: Princess Carolyn, Todd Chavez, Robert I Baratheon, Krusty the Clown, Jay Gatsby, Al Bundy, Kashuu Kiyomitsu, Donkey, Danny and Sawyer, Rose Quartz
  • Enemies: All Abusive Parents in the Pantheon (Especially Lady Tremaine), Napoleon, Mr. Burns, King Sombra.
  • Opposes: The Child Abuse Supporters
  • Pities: Balthazar Bratt
  • Pitied By: Sayaka Maizono
  • Complicated Relationships: All Equine Deities (but mostly All good-aligned Ascended MLP Deities, Epona, Maximus, and Black Beauty).
  • Avoids: The House of Alcohol, All Ascended Dragon Ball deities
  • Back in the 90's, BoJack Horseman was the star of the hit sitcom Horsin' Around. However, once his 15 Minutes of Fame came to pass, BoJack became a complete mess, becoming a selfish, alcoholic and drug-addicted jerk. He tried numerous attempts at recovering his lost fame, but in the process found himself unintentionally thrust into a journey of self-discovery, leading him to begin questioning himself and his actions and trying to mend old fences, which tended to backfire due to his tendency to make things about himself. After a long struggle and even going as far as losing his half-sister's, Hollyhock, respect and being cut by her out of her life entirely, he seems to be finally on the way to recovering and improving as a person. Even if he's not completely sure about having truly changed even slightly.
  • He was ascended once many deities heard how he really feels about himself and seeing how self-destructive he can, but all portrayed rather realistically. Feeling that it's for his best health he was ascended to make sure he has the help he needs.
  • Many deities have mixed opinions about him, particularly due to his extremely complex character. While few will say that he's truly detestable as he's done his fair share of good and selfless deeds, not a lot will say he's a good guy as his actions towards his friends can attest to.
  • What many deities saw in him is that being a celebrity isn't as glamorous as it seems, and what can happen when one puts fame above personal relationships and when fame eventually runs dry. He posed as an example to the younger celebrities in the pantheon as someone they want to avoid becoming and caused them to see being a celebrity in a different view. If anything the lesson one gets from him is that fame and fortune doesn't equal happiness.
    • Jack Atlas saw him as a possible version of what he could have become. While they both betrayed their friends for fame, Jack was able make amends and rekindle his friendship with Yusei and the others, while BoJack's apology was rejected and wasn't able to have closure with Herb. It made Jack see that he was thankful to have forgiving friends and being able to stop himself before it was too late and he'd possibly be like BoJack.
  • Due to his own upbringing, BoJack absolutely LOATHES Abusive Parents of any kind. The existence of the Child Abuse Supporters makes his blood boil with rage like nothing else has before.
    • He holds a special hatred of Lady Tremaine, as she reminds him a lot of his own mother due to her verbal and psychological abuse of Cinderella.
    • For similar reasons, Ghetsis, Ultraman Belial and Ozai are also some of his most hated enemies of the Pantheon due to their actions towards their own sons. None of them view him as worth paying attention to, as they're too powerful for him to handle anyway.
  • He sometimes visits the House of Family in hopes of finding assistance for his emotional issues. While most women and children are made to be wary of him, some are willing to help him out, seeing as he appears to have genuinely changed his ways.
    • In one instance he believed he had heard Sarah Lynn in the House of Family and was afraid she had ascended too and would feel in the mood to get payback for what he did to her. However, it turned out to be Mabel Pines who has a very similar voice. BoJack even noted that she reminded him a lot of Sarah Lynn when she was a child and therefore did his best to avoid her, fearing he might repeat his past mistakes.
  • He's found himself having a surprisingly good friendship with Krusty the Clown, as both him and the Clown are cynical alcoholic kids' show stars with several parental issues, the two constantly hang out as a result. That said, BoJack has long since quit drinking and therefore tries his best not to backtrack when hanging with him.
  • His interactions with other Equine deities have been rather uneasy both ways. Mainly because of his subconscious hatred of horses and the Ascended Deities' knowledge of his past actions. BoJack tends to avoid most contact with horses, although his interactions with Hollyhock made him much more capable of not being too afraid to interact with other equines.
    • Oddly enough, despite finding Discord annoying due to the latter's attitude and tendency to mess with him for his amusement, the Lord of Chaos himself feels a lot of sympathy for BoJack, as his experiences with his redemption and subsequent backtracking are similar in nature to BoJack's own, especially in regards to backstabbing people who gave them a chance and disappointing/hurting them as a result.
      • For similar reasons as Discord's, Starlight also has various levels of sympathy for him, even if she is warier than Discord around BoJack due to his past actions.
  • Like all horses, he became an immediate target of Napoleon's hatred. BoJack himself has nothing but contempt for the pig in return, especially after the pig sent some attack dogs to try and kill BoJack, though he was saved by a timely intervention of the MLP deities.
  • Some people have claimed to have seen BoJack in an alien planet on the Marvel Universe. While BoJack himself hasn't said any word on the matter, he's been curious about whether or not that horse is an alternate version of him, and how that horse lived his life compared to him, even if the state that the horseman was in didn't give him too much hopes of it being any different from his own life.
  • BoJack also avoids the House of Alcohol like the plague, as he has fully gotten over his alcohol addiction and fears relapsing back to his old habits. He doesn't have much to say about it's frequenters and patrons, though, as he himself isn't too interested in getting to know them.
  • Upon hearing of BoJack's ascension, the good-aligned Dragon Ball deities mistakenly thought that the alien conqueror of the same name from their Universe had ascended and went to confront him... Until they actually saw BoJack in person and realized he was just a normal humanoid horse, who happened to share a name with the other one. While most of the Dragon Ball deities left quickly afterwards, Goku and Gohan chatted with him for a while, but not much came out of it, all that is known is that BoJack tries his best not to encounter any of them nowadays, mostly because he is afraid of their power.
  • Oddly enough, he's made friends with Donkey of all equine deities, mainly because the donkey's persistent optimism and ability to see the good in him has reminded him of Mr. Peanutbutter, who is the only person in his Universe that is completely loyal to him no matter what.
  • BoJack saw in Balthazar Bratt a way he, and several child stars like Sarah Lynn, could have ended if he not only had not let go at any point of his 15 Minutes of Fame (Which he did not, as he clung on to his old fame for a long time) but had gone further and allowed said desire for fame to turn him into a monster, Bratt himself had tried to recruit BoJack at some points to get "revenge" on Hollywood, but BoJack turned his offer down without a doubt.
  • BoJack's therapy sessions in the Pantheon have noticeably been easier for him everyday, though this does not mean he's 100% overcome his flaws, as he's still rather rude and cynical, but at least can control some of his impulses now. At the very least he's relieved his therapists and those helping him are far more reliable than Dr. Champ was.

    Captain Haddock 
Captain Archibald Haddock, God of Alcohol-Induced Idiocy (The Old Drunkard, Addock, Capslock, Kapok, Bangkok, Bartok, Fatstock, Drydock, Hopscotch, Stopcock, Hammock, Paddock, Hassock, Havoc, Maggot, Bootblack, Balzac, Bedsock, Padlock, Hatbox, Stockpot, Harrock, Hemlock, Hoddack, Haddad, Capock Hatpin)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His hat and a bottle of Loch Lomond
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Amusing Injuries, The Berserker, Boisterous Bruiser, Breakout Character, The Drunken Sailor, Flowery Insults, Good Is Not Nice, Hair-Trigger Temper, Hurricane of Euphemisms, Older Sidekick, Punch-Clock Hero, Seadog Beard
  • Domains: Chaos, Good, Sailing, Alcohol
  • Avatar: Andy Serkis (through motion capture)
  • Herald: Professor Cuthbert Calculus
  • Allies: Tintin, Asterix, Lucky Luke, Cayden Cailean, Popeye
  • Rivals: Hercule Poirot, Jack Sparrow, Steve Austin
  • Opposed by: CM Punk
  • Complicated relationship: James Bond
  • To be honest, he never thought he would ascend. The Pantheon was just begging to put him into crazy messes. He was hoping to stick with being Tintin's herald, or maybe a minor sailing position at best. That all changed when he first arrived at the Pantheon... completely drunk. His drunken adventure led him throughout the House of Food, making a complete mess of it. When he sobered up, he profusely apologized. But instead of angry faces, there was a thunderous applause. He was promptly given his own temple for that amusing stunt. So much for making a quiet impression.
    • It should be noted that he hasn't gotten drunk nearly as often, even trying to curb his drinking problem. Of course, he can only last so long. And when he does get drunk, it's almost always a memorable experience, both for him and for anyone in his way.
  • He is also known for his... colorful swearing. Many gods wonder of some of the words he spouts out even exists. Many are well known for having a dirty mouth. Haddock can name virtually any insult in a dictionary... and use them in a single rant.
  • Shares a drink with Lucky Luke once in awhile. He at least appreciates that the cowboy doesn't go too hard on him regarding his alcoholism. Asterix also counts as an ally, though one not to be tested. Haddock avoids taking a drink whenever the Gaul is around, or else he would get a pounding for disturbing the peace.
  • He may not be the most reliable sidekick, but Haddock will always be at his side. So it was no surprise that when Poirot criticized Tintin, Haddock held on to that grudge, even when Poirot apologized. Poirot himself is not a fan of the sailor's boorish nature.
  • Waking up from one of his many intoxicated adventures, he was surprised to be face-to-face with one of his favorite gods. Cayden invited him to a bar, eager to hear of his adventures. Afterwards, the God of Blackouts advised him to go easy on the adventures. Haddock's luck can only go so far before he gets killed.
  • Gets called by Indiana Jones whenever the archeologist needs sea transport. With that said, he isn't thrilled with working together. Any item that Haddock finds gets confiscated by Indy and his insistence in putting artifacts in a museum.
  • Popeye hoped to convince Haddock to eat some spinach. Haddock agreed... but only if he tried some of his whisky. Little did he know that Haddock was already drunk before eating the spinach. The results were a level of destruction not seen in the House of Food. It was for the sake of the Pantheon that Haddock never mixes spinach with alcohol ever again.
  • Ever since he appeared in a motion capture animated film, Haddock is fond of Andy Serkis, who portrayed him there, and likes to send him a bottle every once in a while. Given Daniel Craig portrayed the villain there, Haddock has problems trusting James Bond (who also likes to drink, but is seemingly less hindered by drunkenness).
  • Is not a fan of pirates as they have hounded his sailing. Their patron is admittedly more amiable (and is more than happy to share a mug of rum to boot), alleviating his concerns for now.
  • Even when he has limited his drinking, he still has his detractors. CM Punk enjoys taunting the sailor. It helps that Haddock's blood boils easily. This is no joking matter though; Punk has publicly despised Haddock for popularizing drinking as a fun experience. Punk hopes to expose him as the loser he thinks he is.
  • Another wrestler paid a visit recently. Steve Austin offered him a can of beer to drink. Haddock wasn't a fan of American beer but decided to give it a sip anyways, sadly setting him up perfectly for the Stone Cold Stunner. Once he woke up in the hospital, he cursed up a storm before swearing to get revenge. With that said, their animosity died down to more of a rivalry... especially when teaming up against Punk.
  • Has a tendency to laugh at any ridiculous ideas or proposals when drinking. Many a conspiracy theorist walked out dejected afterwards.
  • Also present in the House of Food.

    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, The D)
  • 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 buried underneath
  • 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, Sanity
  • Heralds: Quinn Morgendorffer (her sister, much as Quinn doesn't want to admit it), Jake & Helen Morgendorffer (her parents).
  • High Priest: Enid Coleslaw
  • Followers: Veronica Sawyer, Kim Pine, Katerina Stratford
  • Allies: Jane Lane (her Best Friend and Only Friend), Kyon, Alfred Pennyworth, Peter Parker, Rachel Roth, Mafalda, Mandy, Malcolm Wilkerson, Stan Marsh, Liz Lemon, Lisa Simpson, Tulip Olsen
  • 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. Of course, now that there are multiple Gods her opinion hasn't really changed explain plainly accepts that there are higher powers up there.
  • 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. Daria truly does care for her family deep down. It just takes lots of digging for her to admit it.
  • 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. According to her creators, she would eventually have her own flat in New York and a pet cat. She and Jane — who is a successful artist — still hang out every now and then.
  • 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.
  • Was curious to learn of another goddess with many similarities to her, having a green jacket, glasses, and a bit of a snarky personality. She met up with the goddess in the House of Personal Appearance and noticed something off about them she had no reflection. The girl, Tulip, explained over some pizza that she was on a therapy train that helped her confront her issues over her parents' divorce and her reflection was pulled out a mirror world car. Daria just listened carefully, quietly pondering if things could've been different if the Train came to her instead of finding comfort inside a box. Tulip answered that she doesn't know, but that she sees Daria as a friend if it means anything.
    Daria: You know Tulip, you got a really good head on your shoulders.
    Tulip: Coming from you, that means a lot.
  • "I don't have low self-esteem. It's a mistake. I have low esteem for everyone else."

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    The Cogs 
The Cogs, Divine Representatives of Humorlessness
L-R: Pencil Pusher, Mover & Shaker, Corporate Raider, Short Change, and Backstabber
The Boss Cogs note 

  • Normal cogs vary from Quasideity to Demigod, Boss Cogs are generally Lesser Gods, Cog Invasions can be up to a borderline-Intermediate God threat.
  • Symbol: A pale brown tie insignia for Bossbots, a pale blue gavel insignia for Lawbots, a pale green cash symbol for Cashbots, and a pale red bar-graph insignia for Sellbots.
  • Theme Song: Cog Battle (Cog HQ version)
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Evil Business-Themed Robots, Completely Serious And Unable To Comprehend And Withstand Humor, And Broken Down By Weaponized Humor, Seek To Eliminate All Fun And Happiness, Despite Programmed Designs And Functions Being "Humorous", Invading The Colorful Towns Around Them And Turning Them Into Bleak, Grey, and Dull Business Buildings, Long-Enduring Conflict Against Toons, Explode On Death
  • Domains: Robots, Business, Law, Commerce, Marketing, Management, Humorlessness
  • Allies: Judge Doom, Bradford Buzzard, Mr. Burns, Professor Poopypants, The Glukkons, Head Pixie, Burgermeister Meisterburger, Dr. Robotnik (SatAM and Underground mainly)
  • Conflicted Opinions from: Lord Business
  • Oppose: The Halls of Comedy Genres & Jokes and Pranks
  • Opposed by: Most emotion-sensitive robots in the Pantheon
  • Source of interest to: Flintheart Glomgold, Rex Machina and other machine supremacists, Madame Gasket and Phineas Ratchet
  • Enemies: Nearly all Toons and cartoon characters in general, especially Toons from Disney like Mickey Mouse and his friends, Scrooge McDuck, Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and other Looney Tunes deities, Roger Rabbit & Eddie Valiant, Screwy Squirrel, Heckle & Jeckle, Spider-Ham, The Care Bears
  • In a world full of Toons, all meant to bring joy, comedy, and laughter to the people around them, the lifestyles of Toons would begin to get dicey as one particular Toontown would become the center target of a new threat to toonkind. As grey corporate buildings rained down, robots would also parachute down from the sky with the intention of putting an end to the Toons' fun way of life. These mechanical mobs, known as The Cogs, were robotic businessmen caricatures that sought to take over all of Toontown, and throwing every term in their business dictionary at the Toons. However, the Cogs had one main weakness that let the Toons fight back against the Cog invasions: Gags, weaponized forms of comedy that would cause the Cogs to explode due to the robots being unable to handle jokes of any kind, their programming only being stuck on serious business. With all the gags and laughs the Toons had, they would be able to take back what the Cogs took and even brought the fight to the leading Boss Cogs that were having the Cogs being produced.
  • The Pantheon, having its own variety of toons, had their own fun and colorful world that would soon find itself under attack, not by villains that wanted to simply rule over them, but by a new threat that intended to wipe away all the fun and joy the Toons brought. Falling from the sky came hundreds of corporate buildings landing in the Pantheon, and along with them, armies of Cogs that would come to drain the positivity away from the inhabitants around, set on replacing every source of fun in the Pantheon with nothing but business, business, business. As much of a devastating first strike they had, the Toons of the Pantheon would not only fight back but bring the misery they brought back at them two-fold, bombarding the Cogs with the craziest comedic tropes they could let loose on them, leaving piles of scraps all over and even overwhelming the tougher Boss Cogs that attempted to counter them. However, it turned out the like-minded businessmen and corporate deities in the Pantheon were keen on keeping the Cogs around for their specialty in business-related work and labor, and noting their inability to tolerate humor or even get a simple knock-knock joke, that the Cogs were more than able to represent an opposing trope to the Toons' way of life, known as having No Sense of Humor.
  • No one is sure about how the Cogs came to invade Toontown, but there is some idea on where they came from. Rumors have been spread about the Cogs originally being an in-progress creation of Gyro Gearloose, but when a callous Scrooge McDuck tampered with them against the displayed warning signs' advice, they went haywire and starting manufacturing minion Cogs until they became the dreadful robot force plaguing Toontown and now the Pantheon. As such, the Cogs remain a stain on Scrooge's reputation, and a constant reminder of the dangers of messing with unstable experiemental projects. As for Scrooge's enemies, Flintheart Glomgold is figuring out how to make the Cashbots work alongside him, while Bradford Buzzard, already experienced with leading organizations, has already made excellent progress into recruiting them and helping each other enforce a world that replaces the likes of fun and adventure with more and more business, and finds it fitting to deal with Scrooge using what is supposedly one of his "mistakes".
  • Ironically enough, despite their goofy appearance and their names being puns on business stereotypes, the Cogs are notably intolerant to jokes and gags in general, and if they endure through too much humor, they'll explode into bits. Despite this weakness, many a Fun-Hating Villain are interested in keeping the Cogs around as minions, given that once they drain the world of fun, laughter, and humor, the Cogs would be practically invincible, not to mention how adept the Cogs are in making toons sad through their own abilities. The likes of both Head Pixie and Burgermeister were fond of using the Cogs to achieve their boring and gloomy ends, and Professor Poopypants was mainly glad to find a robot force that could help prevent people from laughing at his name, on top of being rather clueless toward humor themselves. They can't even comprehend a knock-knock joke. As such, these villains tend to initiate Cog invasions when they feel confident in dealing with their pro-fun & laughter enemies. Some iterations of Doctor Robotnik who like the anti-fun directive they have are trying to find ways to upgrade them further, even.
  • The Cogs are primarily enemies of Toons originating from Disney, given the Cogs' origins themselves, and the more prominent Disney characters aren't too surprised when the Cogs attempt to get in the way and ruin their mood. However, the purpose of a Toon to bring laughter and entertainment extends far beyond just Disney, and non-Disney Toons also joined in the fun in Cog destruction. Not only did the likes of notable Looney Tunes deities show up to repel Cog invasions with their own gags, but even their usual nemeses came to do the same, with their own methods of turning Cogs into scrap metal from the sheer intensity of the gags. Other toons known for their pranks and mischief, like Screwy Squirrel, Heckle and Jeckle, and even Spider-Ham have participated in mass Cog crushing, proving the universality of the Toon feud against Cogs. Though not directly a cartoon herself, Peacock still thrives off of and enjoys the slapstick nature of Toons, and is also able to join in on using her cartoonish pranks to destroy the Cogs. Likewise, Pico's group views Newgrounds as a place for anyone to come there for whatever they want, fulfilling the "Everything By Everyone" tagline the place is known for. Viewing the Cogs are a threat and restriction to this idea, Pico, Nene, and Darnell decide to go for a more brutal approach on dealing with them with their violent weaponry.
  • The Cog buildings responsible for deploying Cogs are infamous for landing right on top of other buildings they've taken over, becoming a disruptive force and dreadful to the likes of kids who despair at the sight of the local park, comic shop, or ice cream parlor get squashed by a Cog building. Luckily, once the Cogs in the building are sufficiently cleared out, the Cog building is wrecked and whatever it landed on is returned to its original state as if nothing happened to it. Fortunately, this only happens once a Cog invades such buildings in the first place, or if someone decides to deploy them themselves. Apparently, some Toons could access this ability, but due to the inconvenience this provides, it's mainly those who are already allies with the Cogs that utilize this to disrupt Toons and to accelerate Cog influence.
  • In the past, the spread of Cog territory got rather rampant with many Cog invasions happening all about and more buildings being taken over by Cogs then could be repelled. The tide began to turn once the Cogs found themselves being blocked by one man opposed to the boring business lifestyle of the Cogs. Unfortunately for those Cogs, it was none other than The Joker, who they did not assume to be a threat until The Joker threw a custard pie secretly holding a grenade cluster at one of the Cogs, triggering a chain explosion that ended with confetti, but marked the beginning of a feud between the Cogs and the Joker. For all the Cogs they threw at him, the Joker always had a new deadly gag to throw at the Cogs, and the rapid Cog expansion began to slowly regress to deal with the one-man threat. After a few days, the Joker converted most of the Cogs sent against him into a brief comedy show where the audience members were made of blown-up Cog pieces, displaying the many terrifying things he did to the swarms of Cogs sent at him, many of them rather unique. Even after the Cogs eventually gave in for a while after their mass invasion, the Joker still kept at it until some time later, resuming his usual business with Batman and his allies. The Joker himself states while that he finds the Cogs to be a living offense to his being, he doesn't want to keep fighting them forever, since death by boredom against the Cogs would be an utterly shameful note on his record.
  • While a Toon himself, Judge Doom hates all Toons in general, and found it suitable to work among the Cogs in oppressing other Toons. While he's unsure of whether the Dip would affect the Cogs, since they're Toon-built robots, he doesn't mind and even sees them as more effective lackeys than The Toon Patrol sometimes. Even if their main weakness is something Toons tend to specialize them, the tougher Cogs are able to handle it to a certain degree, and Judge Doom will always bring a few elite Cogs around when he intends to get deep on a Toon's territory. It also helps that the Lawbots add to Judge Doom's professional occupation as a Judge, so he blends well the Lawbots in particular. Of course, Eddie Valiant and Roger Rabbit saw this coming from a mile away and have prepared accordingly, knowing that Eddie's more serious nature puts him at a disadvantage against the Cogs.
  • The Cogs, who find humor, comedy, pranks, and laughter alike to be antithesis to their being, oppose and seek to conquer the Halls of Comedy Genres & Jokes and Pranks themselves, though given that those Halls are armed with their weakness, it doesn't really go well for the Cogs. The latter Hall especially contains deities capable of pranks and gags capable of being more than a match for them. Woody regularly uses the Cogs as training to prepare and experiment with pranks that he may want to try on his archnemesis Mr. Rottweiler, and even the Three Stooges take out Cogs without even noticing that they're there (usually they're collateral damage when the Stooges are messing with each other). They also conflict with the Care Bears, due to their attempts to stamp out positive emotions like humor and joy, and not even Grumpy Bear likes them. Funshine Bear, who has a greater affinity to humor and mischief, is generally the most apt at dealing with the Cogs.
  • Given that the Cogs are mainly robots obsessed with business-related roles with no care for things like emotions, they aren't really liked by robots who view the likes of emotions in a more positive light. Data in particular finds them detestable since he had learned to comprehend and understand humor in order to be more like other humans. By extension, robots that desire human friends or want to be more like humans like Aigis, Astro Boy, Jenny Wakeman, and Robotboy oppose the Cogs by default. And due to the Cogs being themed around business, Madame Gasket and Phineas T Ratchet have sought to turn the Cogs into their pawns to advance their own business empire. Unsurprisingly, the same goes for many more oppressive machines in the Pantheon that mainly see the Cogs as more potential minions and underlings.
  • The Cogs are mainly split among 4 categories, being Bossbots, Lawbots, Cashbots, and Sellbots, each with distinct theming indicative of their main functions aside from bullying Toons. Due to their specializations, sketchy and unscrupulous businesses tend to employ the Cogs whenever manual labor from organics isn't viable, from Mr. Burns' employment to Glukkon businesses. Businesses that care more about ethics and morals try to avoid the Cogs and don't like to be associated with the Cogs, especially not Lord Business who himself used to be the kind of person who would ally with the Cogs for the purpose of imposing order at the expense of fun.
    • Lawbots are themed around law and judicial courts, but most of them are not exactly friendly to fair court cases, and generally antagonize lawyers who believe in upholding fair law, especially the Wright Anything Agency. Aside from more corrupt examples of law enforcement, no one wants to be backed by such Cogs unless they don't have a choice. The top of the Lawbots' corporate ladder is the Chief Justice, who may seem blind, but it's clear as day that he's pretty prejudiced when judging Toons.
    • Cashbots are themed around economy and marketing, and tend to go for sleazy methods for getting the bucks off you. Within the House of Commerce, it's become much easier to tell which deities care about friendly and moral business and which ones don't by whether Cashbots are employed in their workforce. The Cashbots mainly answer to the Chief Financial Officer, who prefers to get their hands dirty on managing bills and taxes instead of dealing with Toons directly, preferring to let his Cog minions do the work.
    • Sellbots are themed about marketing and reputation, and their capabilities revolve around communication and miscommunication, on top of social cues and deals. In the Pantheon, these Cogs are the culprits responsible for telemarketer callers, mischievious gossips, and those annoying advertisements for bootleg products and apps. The Sellbots' corporate ladder is under the control of the Vice President, a tough Cog that requires not only gags and a lot of thrown pies, but a long fall from his building to subdue.
    • Bossbots are generally management and authority themed, and like to boss around other Cogs of lower status, and especially Toons, though the lower-ranking Bossbots are notably fun to boss around by Pointy Haired Bosses in the Pantheon. The Bossbots' corporate ladder is topped by the CEO, a nasty business manager who also has a special interest in golf. More concerningly, the CEO has mentioned an unseen Chairman that he answers to, which concerns the Pantheon since he may be the one running Cog operations from the shadows, if he even is present in the Pantheon.