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Jayfeather, Divine Non-Action Snarker (Jaykit, Jaypaw, Jay's Wing)
"As long as there is breath in my body, the Clans will be safe."
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Stick
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Made of snark, born to cats from different Clans, Blind Seer, crusty exterior, heroic interior, Knight in Sour Armor, One of the chosen three, Dream Walker, of Jay's Wing, Revealed to his birth father that he was his son, but is happily adopted by Bramblestar and Squirrelflight, The Medic, Disabled Snarker
  • Heralds: Yellowfang, Lionblaze, Hollyleaf, and Dovewing
  • Allies: Firestar (his grandfather), Bluestar, Simba, Mufasa Dr. Gregory House, Jon Snow, Yoda, Bobby Singer, Otacon, Destiny of the Endless, Josuke Higashikata, Haruto Tsukishiro, Spider-Man
  • Enemies: Scourge, Typhus, Thrax, Pestilence the Horseman, Scar, Zeus
  • Opposes: Neglectful parents, regardless of whether they're on the side of the angels or not, yanderes
  • Annoyed by: Anyone who pities him for his blindness or his ancestry
  • Snark-to-Snark Combat With: Garfield, Alfred Pennyworth
  • Jayfeather began life as Jaykit, the illegitimate son of Crowfeather, a warrior of WindClan, and Leafpool, the Medicine Cat of ThunderClan, but raised alongside his sibling, Hollyleaf and Lionblaze, thinking his parents were ThunderClan warriors Brambleclaw and Squirrelflight. As a result of being born blind, the Clan had little faith in him becoming a Warrior, and eventually called on by StarClan to become a Medicine Cat. This, along with a number of other things, has made him the snarker he is today, bitter because instead of being a warrior, he was instead forced to become a Medicine Cat. That, and how everyone takes pity on him for being blind. He's quick to prove to them that he isn't as much of a woobie as they think.
  • Before he was born (and even before his mother was), his grandfather, Firestar, received a prophecy from the SkyClan cat Skywatcher: "There will be three, kin of your kin, who will hold the power of the stars in their paws". When Jayfeather, Hollyleaf, and Lionblaze were all born, Firestar correctly guessed that they were the Three spoken of by Skywatcher. Or at least, he thought they were. While Jayfeather and Lionblaze were part of the three, Hollyleaf wasn't, with the third being Dovewing, Firestar's great-grandniece. Jayfeather's power is that he can walk through others' dreams, which is ironically when he has sight of his surroundings. Now that he has ascended, his sight has been restored, although this hasn't stopped his constant snarking in the least.
  • Can usually be found with Firestar, his grandfather, or Bluestar, a ThunderClan ancestor who has guided him throughout his and the rest of the three's journey. He has also made a friend in Gregory House, another disabled medic who enjoys snarking at others. He also enjoys snarking with Garfield, as Garfield is one of the few deities who doesn't pity him for his blindness, and is instead honest and genuine with him.
  • As a Medicine Cat, Jayfeather had to take of his Clan through numerous outbreaks of sicknesses like greencough and whitecough, as well as other diseases, which naturally makes him enemies with all Plague Master deities, such as Typhis, Thrax, and Pestilence the Horseman. He spends time in the Houses of Physicians and Healers, helping out other deities in those houses with finding cures for sickness and viruses.
  • Gets along well with Jon Snow, as they have both taken levels in cynic as time went on for them. He also hangs around Otacon, who is a Non-Action Guy, similarly to him, though Jayfeather is obviously much more snarkier than Otacon. And while Yoda can annoy him at times with his way of teaching, the two are on relatively good terms, with Jayfeather showing a respectful and humble side that is rarely witnessed by those around him when with Yoda.
  • His Family of Choice philosophy stems from the fact that he and his siblings eventually accepted Squirrelflight and Brambleclaw as their parents after it was revealed that Leafpool and Crowfeather were their parents. While they likewise accept Leafpool, they have little to no relationship with Crowfeather, who promptly rejected them and barely ever spoke to them from that point on, except in a few moments of hostility towards them. Bobby Singer, the God of Honorary Uncles, is 100% on Jayfeather's side, as he was more of a father to the Winchester brothers then their father ever was.
  • Jayfeather, being a Dream Walker, has gotten along soundly with a number of other Dream Walkers within the Pantheon, such as Haruto Tsukishiro, and this has also made him enemies with such deities like Atropos. While he lost his dream-walking shortly after the battle between the Dark Forest and the Clans, ascending to Pantheon has since allowed him to regain it, and thus whenever Jayfeather sleeps, he will sometimes spy on other deities' dreams, namely the ones associated with evil and destruction.
  • His issues with Crowfeather, his biological father, is that Crowfeather was quick to abandon his kits in ThunderClan after having a brief romance with Leafpool, refusing to bear any responsibility for them. This has led to him being on sour terms with Zeus, who is a well-known adulterer, and has fathered many children whom he left fatherless by having one-night-stands with mortal women.
  • One of the only deities who has been able to match him snark for snark is Alfred Pennyworth. If Alfred is nearby whenever Jayfeather is being an ass or angsting, the two will almost certainly get into a snark war. That being said, they seem to relish it greatly. Rumors have surfaced that Alfred once left Jayfeather at a loss for words, though both haven't comment on those rumors just yet.
  • Jayfeather will also snark sometimes with Spider-Man, though the former is better than the latter by a bit. The fact that the two of them have also had not-so great lives connects them in another way, though Jayfeather will vehemently deny this whenever other deities try to comment on their friendship.

    Kim Wu 
Kim Wu, Goddess of the Rebellious Spirit
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A Dragon Head.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Rebellious Spirit, Tried to Defy Fate Until She Becomes the The Chosen One, Being an Action Fashionista, Fiery Redheads, Stockings, Being Inspired in Bruce Lee
  • Domains: Chaos, Good, Repose, Combat
  • Superior: Bruce Lee
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Gargos, ARIA, Fulgore, Sadira, Mira Fallegeros, Spinal, Riptor
  • Admired by: Maximilian Christiansen
  • Respected by: Ayane
  • Six months ago, if she thought she was fated to save the world, she could slap them in the face and give fate the middle finger. Turns out that Kim Wu, a martial artist and design student in college, is now ascended in the Pantheon as a demon butt kicker. That and for having a 'freaking dragon'.
    • Is naturally more aligned with Jago and his team of heroes than ARIA and Ultratech, but her true grudge is with Gargos. She has been instructed by her dragon companion to prevent his arrival on her world and she would do everything it takes to make sure he stays in his own dimension. It is good for her that she found many allies in her quest, not just in her world but also in the Pantheon.
  • She speaks both Korean and Chinese, given her ancestry. That has been under debate. She first claimed to be Korean, but then switched over to Chinese in her latest appearance. It could mean that she shares ancestry from both countries, but she hasn't clarified how.
  • Some can say that she got much of her personality from a certain vampire slayer. Kim sees this as an honor; she was a fan of Buffy's style ever since she heard of her. The slayer was more than happy to join her quest in vanquishing Gargos.
  • Once when she was exploring a sewer, she stumbled upon another creature using nunchucks. Only that he was a turtle. Excited about meeting another human with his own weapon, the turtle challenged her to a dance fight off. Impressed with her skills after the bout, he invited her to his lair. After a few hours playing video games, his brothers found out about it. While they couldn't allow Kim Wu to stay for long, the other ninja turtles allowed her to keep the knowledge of their lair. They also considered to help her out as they have dealt with interdimensional conquerors as well.
  • While Kim has been around for far longer, she has taken Cassie Cage as her rivals in the ever growing feud between Earthrealm and her own. Though in this case they are more likely friends than not. They also share stories about having to deal with their lazy friends and bossing them around. And yet they admit that they do need them when it comes to diplomacy.
  • Was considered for the title Action Fashionista before Athena took it for herself. There's no animosity from her for that; she knows good talent when she sees it. She also likes how Athena changes her outfits with each game she appears in.
  • While not his favorite Killer Instinct character, Max was glad to have her back in some form. And since he played a part in bringing her back to relevance, Kim is glad to have him in the Pantheon. Max simply doesn't mention the time he kicked her ass with Gargos.
  • Comes from a long of disciples of Bruce Lee. Among them is Fei Long, whom she trains with often. But the bulk of her admiration comes from Bruce Lee himself. He was intrigued with her abilities and is willing to help her hone in those powers.
  • While training in the House of Combat, she was under attack by Ayane. The ninja suspected that Kim Wu may declare her loyalty to her rival Kasumi. After a brief skirmish Kim clarified she had no idea about the conflict. Already impressed with the fight, Ayane made a rare compliment on someone, specifically for managing to defeat Gargos. When she left, Kim was left scratching her head over what other sort of allegiances she may have to deal with.
    • Things went much better with Ryu. While she was clearly outmatched, he was more friendly towards her. He also gave her his own nun-chucks to test out.
  • "You can't run from fate... but you should have tried!"

    Klaus Wulfenbach 
Baron Klaus Wulfenbach, God of Validated Extremists (Baron of Europa, Greatest of Sparks, Lord of the Pax Transylvania)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A rook chess piece with wings.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral, teetering on Lawful Evil if he deems it necessary
  • Portfolio: Mad Science, Much-Needed Sanity, The Unfettered Well-Intentioned Extremist That Was Validated, Dark Messiah, Anti-Villiany or Anti-Heroism, Übermensch, I Did What I Had to Do, He Who Fights Monsters, Stitched together out of three Wulfenbach sons, Reluctant And Reasonable Emperor Scientist But Still Calls Himself "Baron" (Despite being considered a dictator), Peace Through Superior Firepower, Moral Ambiguity, Screw the Rules, I Make Them!, Cool Old Guy, Large and in Charge, Genius Bruiser, Perpetual Frowner (Rarely Smiles, really loves waffles
  • Domains: Super-Technology, Law, War, Fear, Science
  • Followers: An entire Badass Army of Super Soldiers, Humongous Mecha, and Sparks (some of who qualify as demigods in their own right).
  • Allies: Kiritsugu Emiya, Raiden (Metal Gear), Martin Walker, Deus, Eliphas the Radiant, Amanda Waller, Valvatorez
  • Respects: Steven Armstrong (possibly), Lordgenome, Ozymandias, The Immortal God-Emperor of Mankind, Kane, The Illusive Man, Flynn, Yuji Sakai, Commander Shepard, Castiel, the SCP Foundation
  • Enemies: Lucrezia Mongfish, Agatha Heterodyne, Lucifer and the Grand United Alliance of Chaos, anyone who endangers people under his protection, even inadvertently, all Well Intentioned Extremists who actually aren't such, The Dahaka, Incubators
  • Pities: Doctor Doom, Lex Luthor, Magneto, High Councilor Kal-El, Mojo Jojo
  • Opposes: Charles Zi Britannia, Light Yagami, Tywin Lannister
  • Conflicting Opinion: Homura Akemi
  • Klaus first ascended upon uniting a war-ridden Europa by crushing all opposition with an iron fist. Some say that was excessive, but with the rampant Sparks with their crazy inventions, he was the nation's only hope at that time. In all fairness, he has his empire is not a Byzantine clusterfuck like most; the only demand he makes of the nations he conquers is "Don't Make Me Come Over There", Which covers only two things: starting wars, and possessing the Lost Technology left behind by The Other. Otherwise, his empire is mostly peaceful. At least before his…removal, after which war has resumed in his empire, showing that dictatorships, regardless of intent, only last as long as they have a strong leader to keep everyone in line.
  • Upon ascension, the first thing Klaus did (after getting his empire set up) was finally get the time to look at the advances of science humanity can make without the need of Sparks (and was told that it was precisely the fact that they had no Sparks that these advances can be made in the first place). Without Sparks, theoretical study was developed, which eventually led to atomic energy, computers, and decent aircraft (like airplanes, helicopters, and up to spacecraft).
    • Also, without Sparks running rampant, societal progress was able to advance (more than just getting past the role of women and racism), leading to things like democracy and a working-class consumer society. Due to his cynicism as a result of ruling, he has difficulty comprehending the former and altruistic actions in general.
  • You won't find his temple on the ground like most. You'll have to look to the skies just above the House of Personality instead, because Castle Wulfenbach is a fleet of airships.
  • Don't make him come over to the battlefield. If you do, you'll regret it. Unfortunately, given all the other powerful deities in the Pantheon, this threat is mostly hollow here, at least to the Greater Gods and stronger.
  • Klaus's Spark manifests in his analytical prowess, like dismantling and improve the designs of other Sparks, "finding the right monster for the right job" (i.e. making good use out of horrific monsters), and figuring out secrets his people try to hide from him in an attempt to undermine him or break his rules.
  • Has an ambiguous amount of respect for Steven Armstrong. Reasons for this are unknown.
  • His respect for Kiritsugu, Raiden, and Martin Walker is more certain, citing their mutual hatred of war as his reason. He agrees entirely.
    • For Walker in particular, he also expresses pity for the versions that didn't make it out of Dubai.
  • Used to respect Charles zi Britannia, but then he discovered what he was really going for. The fact that Charles promotes war to create social progress also goes against what Klaus had to do (rule ruthlessly to stop and discourage war).
    • As for Lelouch's final Genghis Gambit, he thinks the kid's too reckless and overly reliant on how people will behave in a future without Lelouch.
  • Regarding Homura's actions to protect Madoka by depowering her, he believes the Puella Magi is being unreasonably selfish, even though it protected her from Kyubey's machinations (and he hates them just as much as anybody else). However, upon discovering that there may have been severe communication issues on top of Kyubey's manipulations behind her decision, he's at a loss on what he should think of her.
  • Valvatorez hates warmongers, and sympathizes with Klaus on what he had to do to stop the war on his world.
  • Because of the threat of "the Other", Klaus has been trying time and again to get the GUAG to surrender Agatha over to him due to the threat she can pose in the Pantheon. That said, with all the other threats that make her comparatively small beans, Agatha's presently a medium priority.
    • However, if there's a way to remove "the Other" from Agatha without destroying her, he's willing to back any such plan. That said, he's still taking into account her family's past, so…
  • Ever since his meddling with time by sealing away Mechanicsburg in a temporal stasis field with himself inside it, something not even the Heterodynes of old were willing to (let anyone) do, Klaus got the Dahaka's attention (and not the positive kind), especially in revelation of what's coming to his world. And it's only recently that Agatha's come to realize the ramifications of his actions.
  • Has joined the GUAL after the Pantheonic Rebellion to prevent whatever chaos Lucifer and his minions are causing.
    • The arrival of Eliphas the Radiant has made him question his loyalty to YHVH due to the large number of atrocities the latter has committed against His own followers. He is considering taking Eiki Shiki's side in the GUAL Reformation, realizing he might have to "come over there". He has thanked Eliphas for helping him see the truth.
  • When he heard news that slaver wasps had been found in the Pantheon, he figured Lucrezia Mongfish had ascended and promptly sent as many frantic letters as he could to whoever would listen. Turns out he was correct in his worry, and when the GUAL (his own alliance) found Klaus, he was in such a fuming rage they had to tranquillize him. From that point on fighting Lucrezia has become such an obsession he almost stopped caring about Agatha. He detected almsot a million slaver wasps in his own army, he claims to have killed 3 of Lucrezia's copies with his bare hands, and whenever giving a speech at a GUAL meeting, he ends every speech by saying "furthermore, I consider that Lucrezia must be destroyed".
    • One morning, Klaus woke up to a karaoke cover "Lucretia MacEvil" sung by his archenemy. Someone (he's 99.9% sure it's Lucrezia herself) messed with his morning alarm to play the cover. Klaus was so furious at this that the GUAL had to tranquillize him ... again.
  • While not really allies with the GUAG, after an attempt was made on Sora's life by Lucifer, Klaus and his men were tasked in sending the Keyblade bearer and his friends to Alola to hide there for the time being. Thanks to him, they're back in their own world to get stronger and prepare for the clash with Xehanort.
  • "I was away for a few years and I came back to a world in ruins. Death, destruction, chaos, the endless fighting—it was like the Heterodyne Boys had never existed. Things were worse than ever. So I stopped it. And I did it my way this time. No more negotiating. No more promises. No more second chances. And I did it alone. Because I had to."
    • "And it worked."

    Nozomi Yumehara/Cure Dream 
Nozomi Yumehara, Goddess of Searches of Life Purpose and Dreams (Cure Dream)

    Sabrina (Pokémon
Sabrina, Goddess of Adaptation-Altering Personalities (Natsume, The Mistress of Psychic Pokémon, Magic Queen Bellelba)
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