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Created so as to give room for the other sub-houses of Love, this house is home to those who incite feeling desire, love, affection and/or lust. Most gods associate it with the Lust sub-houses, which in part comes from many of its members being former members of that House. However, attracting others sexually is just one aspect of the House. Dating sims and romance tips can be found strewn over the place, the former of which Keima Katsuragi is in charge of.


Naturally, it is a very attractive and popular sub-house, with gods often visiting to win the favor over some of the gods here. However, they do not take kindly to those who do evil to win them over, and do not permit fights inside this sub-house over them. It doesn't stop them competing for one another on who's the best though. Those who have a bad time trying to get a date like Zapp Brannigan are rather bitter at the new sub-house.

As the living embodiment of desire and taking the form of whatever someone finds attractive, Desire of the Endless serves as the leader of the House. As with all Endless, it'd be incredibly unwise to anger him/her. Is trying to keep asexual and celibate gods out of the sub-house.

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    Desire of the Endless 
Desire of the Endless, Deity of Attractive Hermaphrodites

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Bayonetta, Goddess of Seducing Viewing (Cereza, The Famed Witch, Umbra Witch, Monkey Witch)
  • Greater Goddess
  • Symbol: Madama Butterfly's silhouette with a glowing red left eye, superimposed over the Umbran symbol
  • Theme Songs: Mysterious Destiny, Tomorrow is Mine
  • Weapon of Choice: Love is Blue and Scarborough Fair, four handguns dual-wielded and used on her heels
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, with shades of Chaotic Good on a good day
  • Portfolio: Hot Librarian with glasses, Hot Witch, British Accents, Guns Akimbo, Being covered with nothing but hairs which looks like leather, Mama Bear, Dance Battler, Surprisingly chummy with children, Having a bone-dry wit, Heroic but sadistic Lady of Black Magic
  • Domains: Love, Lust, Beauty, Battle, Magic
  • Herald: Madama Butterfly
  • Allies: Jeanne, Loki, Rodin, Queen Sheba, Father Balder (her father, formerly thought of as an enemy), Akeno Himejima, Dante Sparda, Millia Rage, Jack Cayman, Big Bull, Blacker Baron, Kuroka, Rias Gremory, Lady Gaga, Mondo Zappa, Rick Taylor and The Terror Mask, Ryouna, Sonic the Hedgehog, Morrigan and Lilith Aensland, Lena Oxton/Tracer, Boa Hancock, Shantae (sort of), Trish (sort of), Lady, Kat (DmC), Ren Amamiya/Phantom Thief Joker, The Emperor of Mankind, Sparda
  • Odd Friendship: Pit
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Koneko Toujou (one-sided on the latter part)
  • Enemies: Loptr, Jubileus the Creator (her father's corrupters), Maximillian Caxton, Mundus, David Zappa, Enrico Pucci, Raynare, Gabriel Reyes/Reaper, Slade Wilson/Deathstroke
  • Conflicted on: Nine the Phantom
  • Opposes: Vergil
  • After five hundred years of being sealed away without her memories, a woman woke up in Europe with vast skills and powers revolving around magical gunplay, martial arts, and a demonic aide called Madama Butterfly. Going by the name of Bayonetta, she went out seeking to discover her identity while taking down every angel of Paradiso that was seemingly carved out of marble to try to take her down. She discovered that not only was she, in fact, an Umbra Witch, a member of an ancient magical clan dedicated to protecting the world's sacred darkness, she was the offspring of an Umbra Witch mother and a father that belonged to the light-based clan called the Lumen Sages — a union which led to the destruction of both of their clans and resulted in her being sealed away and her memories wiped out for her own protection. Oh, and that demonic aide? Their contract together is the source of Bayonetta's powers.
  • Contrary to her bloody origin and training, Bayonetta is an outrageously carefree person who handles the angels sent after her with a mixture of playful sadism, camp, and sheer joy, all while remaining untouched by the carnage and ruin around her. This combination of pure sexiness and badass power results in everyone capable of getting aroused doing so whenever Bayonetta walks, talks or fights. No exceptions.
  • She is such a formidable fighter, much stronger than her position would indicate, that she was actually considered to join the House of War or the House of Combat, but her ally and fellow Stylish Action game character Dante Sparda suggested that this is where she most belonged, and she'd give the House of Love a powerful defender if it were ever threatened. Bayonetta accepted the suggestion with a smile, a wink and a lick of a lollipop. Many gods are still taking cold showers.
  • Many have thought she is Dante's long lost sister, but Bayonetta denies any claims of descendant from Sparda. She also has a very friendly relationship with Dante which would be… awkward if they were siblings. Although considering it's rumored that Dante's mother was also an Umbra Witch and Madama Butterfly carries a very similar appearance to Sparda in his true demon form, there might at least be some connection between the two families…
  • Has found a kindred spirit in Akeno Himejima, who looks upon her as a mentor. Bayonetta is often shown teaching Akeno some of her dances, and sometimes they share ideas for 'punishments' against their foes. Moreover, Bayonetta often teases Hyodo Issei, and Akeno, who is one of his haremettes, usually joins her, since she finds her beloved's reactions to be very amusing. Furthermore, Bayo is openly encouraging Akeno to become Issei's mistress.
    • The same thing can't be said, however, for Koneko Toujou, who, given her dislike for perverted things, thoroughly dislikes Bayonetta. When the chips are down, she will try to help, albeit reluctantly. However, Koneko did admit that Bayonetta reminds her a bit of Kuroka, her older sister. As a matter of fact, Bayonetta befriended Kuroka when she ascended — even if that came to Koneko's own annoyance. The fact that Issei's other haremettes — Rias, Asia, Xenovia, and Irina — have all decided to attend the Umbra Witch's lessons alongside Akeno only makes things harder for the young Nekomata, who hesitantly decided to attend the Umbra Witch's lessons as well.
  • Many Goddesses of the Pantheon are still trying to find a way to replicate her hair, but none has succeeded so far.
    • Especially when they found out that she cut her hair. She stated that she just wanted to reinvent herself.
    • She somehow got inspired to make her own outfits based off on Peach, Daisy, Link, Fox, and Samus. While she was at it, she even made a copy of Mario's hat (though she slapped a "B" on it for cosmetic purposes) and mustache for a cosplay shoot. Needless to say, Mario was not amused (or aroused).
  • It's been discovered that Balder was not responsible for his crimes but was, in fact, being controlled by an entity known as Loptr, whose soul is trapped within Balder's body. Bayonetta has gone on a quest since, looking for a way to separate Loptr from Balder to free her father from evil.
    • Rick has offered a hand to help her to free her father as he understands quite well what he's going through. Just look at what happened to his girlfriend! The aforementioned Akeno has also pledged her support for Bayo for this cause: she's no stranger from the drama of dealing with issues regarding her father.
  • She is responsible for Jeanne's ascension into the Pantheon, as she was the one who suggested that Jeanne could take the position of being the Goddess of Mirror Bosses, as well as fought Jeanne before the Court of the Gods in a very impressive test battle to prove it.
  • To the surprise of, well, EVERYONE, herself included, she was selected by Master Hand to be the final invited participant to one of the Smash Bros. events. She took to the tournament wielding Love is Blue and Scarborough Fair, but Rodin forced her to tone down her combat abilities so that no one could get super aroused by her naked body.
    • During the tournament, her "If you need to learn how to talk to a lady, ask your mum!" taunt has become notorious among the roster, since a third of them have Missing Mom syndrome. Lucas has been especially scared of fighting her because of this.
    • When she first showed up, she was so overpowered that the rest of the cast demanded that Master Hand nerf Bayonetta. Even then, she was still very powerful, though not to Meta Knight's levels.
    • She also finally met the leader of the Phantom Thieves after several people noted that there was a resemblance between the two, resulting in a rumor that he was her son from an alternate realm of reality. This wasn't her first rodeo with "alternate-reality son" rumors, although it was more or less in good fun compared to another one which had been previously investigated for awhile before being quietly dropped. While both of them were somewhat annoyed by this, they were more or less pleased with each other's company, gaining a healthy respect for each other for their great deeds.
  • The question of whether Dante or Bayonetta is the superior fighter was hotly debated for quite a while amongst the denizens of the Pantheon and was finally answered with a heated Death Battle. For the first time in the contest's history, their allies Trish and Jeanne invited themselves in and assisted their partners before eventually splitting off to clash with one another. The winner turned out to be Dante: the demon hunter edged out the witch in pretty much every regard, ultimately skewering her and blowing her up. Thankfully, being reduced to Ludicrous Gibs only lasted a couple minutes. Despite this, she was rather sulky, quietly leaving to blow off some steam on a small army of angels while still physically sore from the after effects. During this, her grumblings revealed she also takes a bit of offense at Boomstick calling her a "Monkey Witch".
  • In an attempt to improve her arsenal even further, Bayonetta has made trips to the House of Demons. While she has yet to successfully make a contract with any of them (to the relief of the rest of the Pantheon), she has become quite friendly with the Aensland sisters.
  • Was once ambushed by the mercenary gunmen Reaper and Deathstroke, who'd teamed up to collect a bounty that had been placed on her head. While she and Madama Butterfly were able to hold them at bay, Slade and Reaper still managed to close in ever so slightly...until another stylish woman with an English accent started zipping around and shooting at them from several angles, which eventually irritated the two into calling a retreat. Learning that this woman was the famous Tracer people were comparing to her, she struck up a conversation about the source of Tracer's abilities, and the two became fast friends, each liking the other's style.
  • While visiting Rodin, she was encountered by Lady, who decided to go see the weapons dealer herself after hearing of him through tales of Bayonetta's exploits. The two women traded stories, and Lady related to Bayo's issues with Father Balder because she too had to put down her father to stop his evil ambitions. While Lady understands Bayonetta's situation with Loptr controlling Balder since she thought Vergil was doing something similar with Arkham, she still can't condone a father being treasonous and evil.
    • Bayonetta and Lady's conversation turned to the issue of Dante and his brother Vergil, and through that, they ended up mentioning a witch called Kat who herself has issues with both fathers and demons who's been seen around the two brothers. Finding her, the two discovered her story and empathized with her both for her world being completely overrun by a demonic conspiracy and for her having to kill her demonic stepfather with the help of her counterpart to Vergil, which lead to her joining his Order against the banker Kyle Ryder, who was actually that world's Mundus.
    • On that note, she was already aware of Vergil's rivalry with Jeanne, and the rumors of Jeanne being the mother of Vergil's son Nero. Learning that Kat's Vergil ultimately manipulated both Kat herself and his own brother in order to take Ryder's throne for himself rather than truly free humanity did not do Bayonetta's opinion of the Dark Slayer any favors, especially when Lady herself bitterly recounted that the real Vergil had ripped off his own son's Devil Arm and created a monster out of himself which went on to destroy his and Dante's own hometown with a demonic portal, all out of desperation to heal up from his injuries and get strong enough to beat Dante.
  • Desiring to free Father Balder from the evil of Loptr, she inquired with the Court of the Gods as to why Loptr was around undetected. The ensuing investigation revealed that Aesir had reached the Pantheon eons ago, thus giving his halves access as well. She asked for Loki to be brought into the Pantheon as a result, which was granted. Thus, the two embarked on a plan. Loki took the Left Eye of Darkness back from Bayonetta, drawing the corrupted Balder into a fight to steal the Left Eye from him. However, backing Loki was Bayonetta and Jeanne, Lady and Trish on a Devil May Cry commission, Rick Taylor, Akeno Himejima, and Phantom Thief Joker all fulfilling a promise to help her free Balder. This was the plan. Trish and Akeno irritated Balder with their lightning attacks and survival/defense skills, occasionally assisted by Rick intercepting and throwing Balder mid-move and Lady providing some well-timed gunplay, all of which provided openings for the Umbra Witches to attack him and actually do damage. Eventually, Loptr had enough, throwing the lion's share of his power into a final assault on Loki; however, with a rocket launched from Lady's Kalina Ann weapon, Joker working his craft while hidden in the Metaverse, and some Umbra magic on the part of herself and Jeanne, Bayonetta was finally able to eject Loptr from her father's soul, at which point Loki begrudgingly forced Loptr to fuse back with him into Aesir, officially exposing the God of Chaos in the Pantheon.
    • In the end, Balder was freed and Loptr was not, and her father promptly demonstrated his gratitude to everyone involved as well as resumed his expression of belief in humanity's best shot. This included accompanying her on her next visit to the Occult Research Club in hopes of striking a deal to help them.
  • Was already curious about the Emperor of Mankind, seeing the great potential within humanity ever since she and Balder worked together to defeat Loptr in the first place. The moment where she knew he was a good one was when he, after hearing of his son's encounter with her father, used his influence with the Court of the Gods to press a case and have her mummy Rosa revived and brought in as daddy's Herald. Being reunited with both her parents in the Pantheon, she finally cried Tears of Joy. Also got to laugh a bit at Dante's jealousy on the matter, as the best he could do as far as reuniting family was to settle on a straightforward no-bullshit rivalry with his brother...
    • least, until Sparda, finally, miraculously, turned up ascended in the Pantheon after decades of having gone missing and being presumed dead, and with the Court of the Gods' approval used the power of their contract to bring Eva with him as his Herald. As shocked as she was to see him, Sparda was also pleasantly surprised at seeing two more surviving Umbra Witches in her and Jeanne, believing that his wife had been their Sole Survivor. Both Bayonetta and Jeanne requested a contract with him, but he politely declined, stating that his wife was the only one for him.
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    The Seven Mortal Sins 
The Seven Mortal Sinsmembers , Unholy Representatives of Attractive Demons (Lucifer: Lucy, Demon Lord of Pride | Leviathan: Levi, Demon Lord of Envy | Satan: Demon Lord of Wrath | Asmodeus: Demon Lord of Lust | Mammon: Demon Lord of Greed | Beelzebub: Bub, Demon Lord of Gluttony | Belphegor: Demon Lord of Sloth | Belial: Satanael, Demon Lord of Vanity | Astaroth: Astaro, Demon Lord of Melancholy, The Languid Diva)
From left to right, top to bottom: Astaroth, Belial, Belphegor, Mammon, Asmodeus, Lucifer, Beelzebub, Leviathan and Satan
  • Greater Goddesses
  • Symbol: Their statues
  • Theme Song: Sin Nanatsu No Taizai My Sweet Maiden
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with Chaotic Good tendencies
  • Portfolio: Embodying the Seven Deadly Sins, But not being particularly evil, And even having noble character traits, Bad Samaritan, The Corrupter, Hot as Hell, Ms. Fanservice, Horned Humanoid
  • Domain(s): Demons, Sin, Pride, Envy, Wrath, Lust, Greed, Gluttony, Sloth, Vanity, Melancholy
  • Herald: Maria Totsuka
  • High Priests: The Seven Demon Brothers
  • Allies: The Grand United Alliance of Chaos, Greed the Avaricious, Ban, Merlin, King, Chloe von Einzbern, Irene Adler
  • Rivals: The Seven Heavenly Virtues (Friendly Rivalry, while Belphegor and Sandalphon are BFFs)
  • Enemies: YHVH, Cosmos, Melkor, Aslan, Azmodan, Father, Führer King Bradley, Lust the Lascivious, Gluttony the Voracious, Envy the Jealous, Sloth the Indolent, Pride the Arrogant, Satan (SMT)
  • Oppose/Opposed by: The Phantom Thieves of Heart, Shazam, Link, Samurai Jack, Manwë Sulimo
  • Respect: Riku Asakura/Ultraman Geed
  • Fear:
  • Avoid: Dis
  • Avoided by: Laharl
  • The Seven Mortal Sins are the Demon Lords who rule over Hell. When the Archangel Lucifer was cast down from Heaven and fell into Hell, the Sins fought against her and sealed away her powers. However, Lucifer, with the aid of a demon named Leviathan and a human girl named Maria Totsuka, managed to defeat the Sins one by one and eventually allied with five of them against their former leader, Belial, who was revealed to be a fallen angel formerly named Satanael and had been secretly working with Heaven to enact God's plan to purge both Hell and Earth. After the Sins defeated the Archangel Michael, Lucifer and Leviathan officially became the Demon Lords of Pride and Envy respectively, while Belial and Astaroth, the Demon Lord of Melancholy and the only remaining Sin who had remained loyal to her, accepted to be exiled to Earth.
  • Related to the Seven Mortal Sins:
    • Fresh off her victory over the other Sins and subsequent ascension to leader, Lucifer's ego was as big as it had ever been. As far as she was concerned, it would be a trifling matter for her to overthrow the pretenders in the GUAC and install the Sins as the rightful leaders. She marched the other six members right up to the gates of the Labyrinth of Amala and challenged the Great Darkness and the other Lords, and this resulted in the most devastating beatdown the Sins had ever received: the Lords of Chaos decisively crushed the Sins, and Lucifer herself couldn't put so much as a scratch on her counterpart while she herself got beaten to an inch of her life. She ultimately made the agonizing decision to accept the Great Darkness's mercy, she and the other Sins joining the Morningstar Battalion in exchange for their survival: even so, Lucifer vowed right to the Great Darkness's face that she would never stop getting stronger, and that one day she would surpass him and rectify this humiliation. To this, the Great Darkness smirked, answering that he was looking forward to it.
    • The Sins get along quite well with Chloe von Einzbern and Irene Adler. Asmodeus, in particular, approves of Chloe's obsession with french kissing girls and her surprisingly extensive knowledge about sex despite her young age. She was especially ecstatic to learn about how, in the Nasuverse, bodily fluids can replenish and transfer mana and the best way of doing it is through sex. Irene Adler has also gained their respect due to her cunning and intellect, which allowed to her to occasionally outsmart Sherlock Holmes himself. However, Leviathan has occasionally lashed out at Irene, specifically her Sherlock incarnation, due to perceiving her as a rival for Lucifer's affection, although Irene is largely just amused by her outbursts and the other Sins having to restrain her.
    • The Sins are on bad terms with Azmodan, the Lord of Sin who is basically the amalgamation of the Seven Deadly Sins. Pleased by their roles and looks, the Lesser Evil of Sin gave them an offer to serve him in exchange for access to his temple, in which they could further increase their power from sins done by Pantheon members and mortals alike. However, all of them rejected his offer to serve as his replacement heralds and were outright disgusted at the notion of calling him their "master", which has resulted in them being enemies with him from then on.
    • The Sins are also enemies with Father and his Homunculi, viewing him as being no different from the God they oppose and the Homunculi as near-mindless servants with a strong resemblance to the Seven Heavenly Virtues from their own universe. However, they managed to gain an ally in Greed the Avaricious after learning of how he had defected from Father and simply wishes to have friends. While he's not too keen on the whole "corrupting and seducing humans to fall" thing, he does too recognize that they fight against a God who is no different than Father, so he allows them to periodically entertain at his bar so long as they don't imprint themselves on any of his staff or patrons.
    • All of the Sins (especially Satan) strongly dislike the Satan who serves YHVH. Being opposed to the God of their own universe, the Sins regard the idea of working directly for YHVH by judging and punishing humans on his behalf as well as serving as his scapegoat by facilitating a proxy war under YHVH's complete control. The Sins typically try to appeal to his Zayin persona, who shows a much kinder side to humanity than the uncaring force of Judgement he normally embodies. Unfortunately, their encounters with Satan typically result in them having to fight him rather than convincing him to join their side.
    • Among their enemies in the Pantheon, the Seven Mortal Sins have a strong enmity with the Phantom Thieves of Hearts. The Thieves, after all, specialize in brute-force removing the corruption that the Seven spread, and have a nasty habit of leaving the victims of these Changes of Heart to wallow in their guilt and despair afterwards. Despite the nature of the Thieves' usual targets, even those like Lucifer think their actions are rather cruel. Among the Thieves, there is particular bad blood between Asmodeus and Ann Takamaki, particularly after the demon lord accurately pointed out Ann's use of lust to manipulate people for her own ends. Asmodeus has her faults, sure, but at least her lust is honest. Ann tends to blow her off as a 'deranged, predatory nymphomaniac'. Mammon and Haru have a rivalry as well, but theirs is far more subdued, both due to the natures of those involved. Haru feels for Mammon's plight, but she can't sit idly by while Mammon swindles others. Mammon likewise understands Haru's point of view, but she can't simply give up on trying to provide for her children, so she won't admit defeat so easily.
    • The Sins are also opposed by honorable and benevolent humans like Shazam, who captured the Deadly Sins of his world inside the Rock of Eternity, Link, who embodies the virtue of Courage and Samurai Jack, who conquered his inner darkness and achieved spiritual balance. Although the Sins don't really dislike any of them, they have on occasion clashed with them as they get in the way of the Sins' work.
    • Manwë has attempted to get the Sins to turn to the side of righteousness, partially out of guilt for failing to prevent Melkor's fall from grace. However, the Sins have all declined any offers of redemption due to their bad experiences with the God of their world.
    • The Sins were once confronted by Riku Asakura/Ultraman Geed, who is the son of Ultraman Belial, his universe's resident Satan. Having heard that their group included someone named Belial, he sought them out in order to see if they were a dangerous threat. Fortunately, he quickly realized that, although not exactly heroic, the Sins are relatively benign and even friendly. Upon hearing his story, the Sins came to respect him for defying his father and choosing to do what's right.
    • All of the Sins were rather disgusted upon learning of Dis. Lucifer and Satan, in particular, were disturbed by the information that they might be aspects of Dis that had spawned off of him. According to the mutterings of Hermaeus Mora translated by Doctor Louise Banks, Lucifer represents his competitive spirit and desire to beat others at their own game, while Satan represents his righteous fury and desire to fight strong opponents. Neither of them is comfortable thinking about it and the Sins as a whole prefer to avoid Dis as much as possible.
    • When Laharl learned of the ascension of nine Noble Demons, he sought out the Mortal Sins in order to defeat them and firmly establish himself as the undisputed future Overlord. However, his immense fear of large breasts resulted in him fleeing (he insists on calling it a "tactical withdrawal") from them almost immediately. The Sins, for their part, regard him as rather cute and Beelzebub, the only member of the group that he's willing to directly interact with, is on friendly terms with him.
    • Their (friendly) rivalry with the Seven Heavenly Virtues continues in the Pantheon, with the Angels trying (and usually failing) to train a Messiah to save humanity from the Sins. Belphegor was thrilled to see Sandalphon, the Demon Lord and Angel entering a spirited brainstorming session like old times. Oddly, Lucifer seemed a little misty-eyed after their initial confrontation: when pressed, she shrugged.
    Lucifer: Those were the Virtues I knew. Bumbling, incompetent bootlickers for God, sure, but at least they put their money where their mouths are and actually do give a damn about humanity as they claim.
  • Exclusive to Lucifer:
    • Despite having lost horribly to him, Lucifer has actually struck up a genuine friendship with her rival/employer, not least due to their views on humanity: while Lucifer doesn't quite believe that Humans Are Special like the Great Darkness does, she's still ultimately fond of them, despite their flaws. In fact, the reason she fell was due to defying God, who had declared humanity beyond saving and decided to wipe them out: Lady Lucifer was the only one who had protested. The Great Darkness meanwhile has a great amount of respect for his newfound rival. Not only will she keep him on his toes and stop him from getting complacent, as far as he's concerned, she is Chaos at its absolute best: bold, intelligent, talented and individualistic, with fathomless ambition, a thirst to prove herself and a strong dislike for corrupt authority. If the impossible were to happen and she were to surpass him, he would be secure in the knowledge the GUAC would be in good hands. Of course, he has no intention of losing to her...
    • When Lucifer heard about another group called the Seven Deadly Sins and, specifically, about Escanor, the Lion's Sin of Pride, she sought him out in order to test his strength for herself. However, she was rather confused when she encountered him and found him to be a scrawny bartender rather than a mighty warrior. However, after he explained the nature of his power to her, she chose to wait until morning to properly challenge him. At sunrise, Lucifer was amazed and excited when she witnessed his transformation and change in demeanor. The fight itself, however, ended pretty quickly in Escanor's favor. Regardless, Lucifer remains on good terms with him and is determined to one day defeat him at his full strength.
    • Until the time Naoki Kashima accepts his destiny and becomes Grand General of the Morningstar Battalion, the position is filled by Lucifer. It's not what she had been aiming for, and she has no intention of staying in her position, but for the moment, it's acceptable.
  • Exclusive to Leviathan:
    • Lady Lucifer's self-proclaimed sidekick and lover Leviathan is the Sin of Envy, and is usually content to just follow Lady Lucifer around like a lovesick puppy. She pushes hardest for Lucifer to take her revenge on her 'employer', despite Lucifer telling her time and again that the Sins aren't nearly ready for another go at the Lords.
    • To Lucifer's annoyance and the Great Darkness's bemusement, Leviathan has taken it upon herself to accost him at every opportunity: whether it's because of the pummeling her beloved Lucifer had endured at his hands or the friendship the two have forged is unknown. One way or another, Levi really doesn't like him, and more than once Lucifer has had to drag her away by the ear, firmly telling her to quit picking on the physical incarnation of Chaos, please. Not helping the situation is the time Lucifer tried to remind Leviathan she has no interest in men...not noticing the grinning Great Darkness taking the form of Louisa Ferre behind her back. Lucifer had to physically restrain the furious, blabbering Levi. Likewise, Leviathan despises Grandfather Paradox, the Lord of Chaos who handily defeated her.
    • Upon hearing of Lucifer's encounter with Escanor, Leviathan decided to track down her own counterpart in order to see what she was like. When she discovered that Diane, the Serpent's Sin of Envy, is a cute giant girl, Leviathan was convinced that she would become her rival for Lucifer's affection and attacked her. After a brief fight, Diane made it clear that she was already committed relationship with King and has no interest in women anyway. The two subsequently struck up a friendship and Leviathan, as an apology, cooked Diane a meal. Although Diane was hesitant to eat it due to how hideous it looked, she was pleasantly surprised to discover that it actually tasted quite delicious and even suggested that Leviathan should consider working at the Boar Hat for at least a short time, to which Leviathan replied that she wouldn't mind coming over at least.
    • Initially, Levi found a somewhat comfortable position as Lucifer's Number Two running the Morningstar Battalion when Lucifer was unavailable. After one too many embarrassing screwups, however, she was shunted off to the Yandere Squad in hopes of limiting the damage she can cause.
  • Exclusive to Satan:
    • The fiery-tempered Satan, Mortal Sin of Wrath, is perhaps the most dedicated to the GUAC's cause after the Sins' absorption into it. All it had taken was the Great Darkness describing the sins of YHVH, and Satan was foaming at the mouth for a shot at Him. She serves now as a trainer for the Morningstar Battalion, and a ruthless, unforgiving one at that. Even the likes of the Demi-Fiend is out of breath by the end of her regiments. She enjoys sparring with her counterpart in the Lords, Senator Steven Armstrong: she may not really care one way or another about his philosophy lectures, but DAMN, he can throw a punch.
    • When Satan learned about another group called the Seven Deadly Sins who are led by a Demon named Meliodas, the Dragon's Sin of Wrath, she immediately sought him out and, despite her initial confusion at his child-like appearance, challenged him to a fight. The battle quickly escalated and the two ended up damaging several temples until it was finally put to a halt by the arrival of both the Mortal Sins and the Deadly Sins. Ultimately, Satan and Meliodas developed a respect for one another, as they both came to see each other as worthy opponents and Meliodas has remarked that, similar to him, she's pretty noble and kind. The frequently engage in rematches, although measures are taken to ensure that their fights stay contained.
    • In her off-time Satan enjoys volunteering at the House of Beasts, caring for the cute animals she has a weakness for. It was there she had met Fluttershy, and despite the pegasus initially being nervous around the Hot-Blooded demon lord, they quickly bonded over their mutual likes.
    • Satan is friends with Atrocitus and she can often be seen discussing with him about how to properly use their anger against their enemies. Atrocitus regards her as an ideal candidate for becoming a Red Lantern, although Satan herself is reluctant to accept his offer due to not wanting to be dependent on a power that is not her own.
  • Exclusive to Asmodeus:
    • Impish and seductive, the Mortal Sin of Lust Asmodeus is actually less inclined to simply indulge herself than one would think. She spends very little time in the House of Lust, instead working her charms on those of other Houses and luring them to carnal impulses. She sees little point, after all, in 'preaching to the choir'. Between managing sex shops and brothels with the help of Mammon, pole-dancing for multiple establishments, starring in erotic videos, moonlighting as a marriage councilor and being a freelance prostitute, many are quite surprised by the demon lord's insane work ethic, despite the dubious nature of said work: Asmodeus's grasp of 'consent' can be...tenuous at times.
    • Asmodeus quickly became 'friends' with Kyu Sugardust, and with said friendship came both a rivalry with Princess Cadance and a hand in the situation on the parallel world the two are quarrelling over. The demon lord of Lust was properly horrified by the idea of so many people dying as virgins and has thrown her full support behind Kyu's approach to the problem. Despite her admiration for her new 'senpai', Kyu still can't help but be unnerved at times at how cutthroat she can be: Asmodeus has suggested sabotaging the efforts to kill the God of Deep Jealousy, citing the need to break the curse as a motivating factor for the girls to mate.
    • Conversely, Asmodeus dislikes the Dazzlings, as they are diametrically opposed to each other: while the Dazzlings invoke hatred and spite through their music, Asmodeus spreads lust and almost considers herself a Love Goddess.
    • Alipheese Fateburn XVI, Asmodeus's corresponding Lord, is honestly kind of weirded out by her: while she had secured a handy victory during their fight by constricting the demon lord in her crushing coils, Asmodeus didn't seem to mind all that much.
    • Out of curiosity, Asmodeus sought out her counterpart in the Seven Deadly Sins, Gowther, the Goat's Sin of Lust, in order to see what he was like. She was quickly smitten with his effeminate appearance and tried to seduce him. However, Gowther declined her offer due to his past trauma over losing Nadja. Unfortunately, Asmodeus was instead turned on by his rejection and tried to force herself onto him, which escalated into a brief battle. Fortunately, the arrival of Lucifer quickly broke up the fight, and she scolded Asmodeus for once again trying to force herself upon an unwilling person. Surprisingly, Gowther was quite forgiving over the whole incident and even remains on friendly terms with her, although he repeatedly has to fend off her advances whenever they come across one another.
    • Asmodeus doesn't particularly like either the archdevil and other demon who share her name. Being an enemy of the GUAC, the Prince of Darkness quickly came to regard her as an enemy, although she already disliked him anyway due to his misogyny. She similarly came to dislike Asmodeus, one of the Princes of Hell, rather quickly, as she does not approve of his sadism and smugness.
    • Asmodeus puts her wiles to work as Lucifer's spymaster, coaxing sensitive information out of weak-willed members of the other Alliances: her ability to tell what is and is not the truth with a sniff certainly comes in handy. The information she's gathered has been the catalyst for many disastrous defeats for the other Alliances.
  • Exclusive to Mammon:
    • As shrewd and cutthroat as she is maternal and genial, Mammon lends her financial aid to the Morningstar Battalion, helping them stretch their already near-bottomless funds even further. When not doing so, she brews all manner of potions and poisons for the troops to use. Mammon also struck up a friendship with the Leader of the 3rd Street Saints; as their sinful counterpart (Greed), Mammon was quite impressed by their ability to transform opponents into money via their Bling-based powers, a devastating and economical ability. She's given them hints on how best to invest their income to further fill their coffers...advice that comes at a modest fee, of course.
    • Despite her penchant for greed, Mammon is one of the more sympathetic sins: a mother stuck with a massive tab after her husband died/vanished, she needed some way to care for her myriad children. The vast amount of the money she's garnered through her cutthroat methods go to them. Despite the Sins' herald Maria Totsuka having given her a lecture on caring for her children herself, old habits die hard, and she still finds herself preying on the more gullible members of the Pantheon from time to time.
    • Mammon is only reasonably good terms with Ban, the Fox's Sin of Greed. He was quite sympathetic to her circumstances and was happy to learn of how she genuinely cares for her children. However, the two did end up having a brief scuffle after Ban accidentally damaged (and intentionally stole) some her property.
    • Mammon frequently works together with the Corpus, an organization that worships the very concept of profit. Through them, she has engaged in various money-making activities such as secretly being behind all of the extremely popular mass-marketing/merchandising (softcore porn pictures, statues/figurines, etc.) to the rabid fanbases of all nine of the Mortal Sins, including herself. However, they've also criticized her for occasionally losing by, for example, using only the best quality materials for her merchandise, putting them financially in the red, so to speak, due to the losses from their manufacture and sale.
  • Exclusive to Beelzebub
    • The House of Food had a collective Oh, Crap! moment when it became known that another incarnation of Beelzebub had ascended into the Pantheon, Sure enough, the tiny demon lord showed up soon afterwards and proceeded to devour her way through enough food to feed a small army single-handedly...before throwing up and having to be carted away to the House of Health, so that she could be treated for a nasty case of indigestion. They learned from her that despite having a monstrous appetite and ability to pack away several times her own weight in food, an insatiable hunger doesn't translate to a truly bottomless belly. The very definition of gluttony, after all, is eating to excess. This was, as she described, her curse: she can eat and eat until her stomach hurts and she can't move or have another bite, and she never stops being hungry.
    • Offered medicine to help mitigate her cravings, however, Beelzebub was rather leery: it would likely negatively affect her standing among the Sins, and not having her appetite after spending eons with it would be...weird.
    • Poor Beelzebub is incredibly scared of her counterpart in the Lords of Chaos: her first encounter with the huge, hideous fly had quickly devolved into her running away in tears from him as he chased her around raining lightning bolts down around her. Lucifer, surprised that the usually-stoic Beelzebub had such a reaction, questioned her after the fact and learned the little demon's embarrassing secret. Pteronarcophobia: she is absolutely, positively terrified of flies. Overall, Beelzebub and the Lord of Chaos who shares her name have surprisingly little in common: whereas the Prince of Lies is characterized by his Undying Loyalty to the Great Darkness, Beelzebub is more concerned with eating well. Honestly, she considers the huge fly grosser than anything.
    • Beelzebub gets along very well with Merlin, the Boar's Sin of Gluttony. After explaining that the sin refers to her hunger for knowledge rather than food, Merlin expressed an interest in learning more about Beelzebub's capability to awaken the full potential power of her fellow demons. As a result, the two occasionally spend time together, talking about the differences in how their shared sin has defined them and, unsurprisingly, grabbing something to eat.
    • When not cooking for the GUAC's forces (or eating them out of house and home), Beelzebub makes use of her innate and unique ability to awaken the sleeping potential of demons that the Great Darkness deigns to reward. For their service in the Ragnarok incident, for example, the Dazzlings were rewarded with the ability to transform into their true Siren forms whenever they pleased and a massive boost to the potency of their songs.
  • Exclusive to Belphegor:
    • Belphegor is...well, Belphegor. The Sin of Sloth usually can't even be arsed to get fully dressed, let alone get involved in the GUAC's war. She wasn't even part of the initial strike against the Lords, having lost interest in the middle of Lucifer's Rousing Speech and wandered off before all hell had broken loose. When a furious, thoroughly-bruised Lucifer confronted her for her desertion, Belphegor shrugged, pointing out that unlike the other Sins, she hadn't ended up getting beaten up. Another win for Sloth, and she didn't even have to do anything!
    • Despite the benefits afforded to the Sins under the employ of the GUAC, such as cleaning services for her room, Belphegor's abode still remains an appalling trash heap of candy wrappers, dirty clothes, empty bags of potato chips and discarded cartons of Chinese food. When an exasperated Mammon pointed out that all that was needed was a quick phone call to the GUAC's janitors, Belphegor whined that the phone was too far away: indeed, it was on her nightstand, juuuuust out of reach of her tail.
    • Ultimately, the GUAC demanded some form of input from the Sin of Sloth, and in order to make them stop pestering her Belphegor created a comprehensive VR training program for the Morningstar Battalion, an act that took her all of forty-five minutes. The Great Darkness was suitably astonished, and has dedicated a considerable amount of time trying to find a way to properly motivate Belphegor.
    • Belphegor takes her laziness very seriously: about the only time she'll willingly put in effort for anything is to make herself even more comfortable, and she will go to frankly incredible lengths for it. At point, she planted herself down by a river in the House of Beasts and refused to budge until she had caught a fish she thought would go well with her sake. It comes as no surprise that she found a kindred spirit in Robbie Rotten.
    • The closest Lord Belphegor has to a counterpart in the GUAC is Homura Akemi, and even then Homura represents Melancholy, not Sloth. Honestly, the two are barely aware of each other's existence: they didn't even fight during Lucifer's ill-fated coup due to, as mentioned above, Belphegor not even being there.
    • Belphegor is similarly disinterested in King, the Grizzly's Sin of Sloth. However, she has shown an interest in at least learning how he manages to levitate himself and his weapons, as it would allow her to fight without having to physically engage in combat. Although she was disappointed upon learning that King can't teach her his powers, the two remain on friendly terms.
    • When not in her room, Belphegor generally spends her time in the House of Gaming, trying to gather followers for her game world. Surprisingly, she's managed to befriend both the human and AI versions of Chiaki Nanami, both of whom share her love for video games. Although Belphegor remains rather apathetic to both of them, she doesn't mind hanging out with either of them as they don't force any work upon her.
  • Exclusive to Belial and Astaroth:
    • Despite being deified alongside the other seven, the two former members of the Sins Belial and Astaroth spend by far less time in the Pantheon than their fellow demon lords. That's not to say they're totally out of the loop: Belial couldn't help but smirk when she heard of Lucifer's failure. Astaroth meanwhile spends much of her time practicing guitar and working toward her next album: despite the melancholy nature of her songs, she has no shortage of fans, among them Koneko Toujou.
    • Belial was surprised to discover that there are others in the pantheon with the same name as her. She gets along quite well with Belial and Nebiros, both of whom are similarly demon lords and were looking for more "friends" for their adopted daughter Alice. Although rather creeped out by Alice herself, Belial strongly respects both demon lords for their genuine love of Alice and their desire to protect her. On the other hand, Belial strongly dislikes the Lord of Lies, as he not only reminds her of her own manipulative behavior in the past, but also because she feels that he's besmirching her name and giving her a bad reputation.
    • Astaroth was rather disturbed to discover that she had gained an Abhorrent Admirer in Lord Raptor, who had become infatuated with her because of her music and declared her to be yet another one of his "suitors". Fortunately, despite her incredible insecurity, she managed to fight him off with her scythe. Although she remains one of his targets, Belial and the other Sins have assured Astaroth that they'll protect her in case Raptor ever tries something again.
    • Despite not being part of the GUAC like the official sins, Astaroth has a counterpart Lord in Homura Akemi. The two are very alike in terms of motivation and attitude, though the Languid Diva was absolutely stunned to learn that Homura had betrayed the one who had shown her kindness for the sake of power: she'd never even dream of betraying Belial, and from what she heard Madoka was an absolute saint compared to the Demon Lord of Vanity. Upon hearing the full story from The Great Darkness, however...


Intermediate Gods

    Big Boss 
Big Boss, God of Attracting Even Males (Jack, John Doe, Naked Snake, Saladin, Vic Boss, The Legendary Mercenary, The Legendary Soldier, Commander South, Ishmael, The Man Who Sold the World)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Flag of Zanzibar Land
  • Theme Song: Heavens Divide as Snake, Sins of the Father as Big Boss
  • Alignment: Neutral Good as Naked Snake, Chaotic Good as Snake, Chaotic Neutral, borderline Chaotic Evil as Big Boss, Chaotic Neutral as Ishmael/The Man Who Sold the World. In the pantheon, is generally Chaotic Good, but if someone hurts one of his men, goes to Chaotic Evil.
  • Portfolio: Caring For His Subordinates, Using Extreme Ways To Dissolve Threats, Tragic Hero, Fallen Hero, Attracting Men So Much They Make Up Contrived Plots For His Sake, Fans Of Santa Claus and Cardboard Boxes, Those Driven to Villainy, The Greatest Warrior of the 20th Century
  • Domains: Soldiers, Darkness, Tragedy, Leaders, Deception, Cunning.
  • Herald: Venom Snake/Ahab, also his proxy
  • Allies: The Boss, Revolver Ocelot, Solidus Snake, Gray Fox, Nicholas St. North
  • Enemies: Cipher/The Patriots, Skull Face, Liquid Snake, Martin Walker, most of the Gods in Justice House, Esdeath
  • Special Relationship: Solid Snake
  • Followers: The mercenaries under his command in MSF, Diamond Dogs (technically Venom Snake), and Outer Heaven
  • Upon ascending, the first thing Big Boss did was to rush into The Boss' temple and salute her. For a full minute John stood there in silent respect, and was so overwhelmed with emotion that it took all he had to fight back the Single Tear that still fell from his remaining eye. The Joy's reaction, however, was less enthusiastic. She gave him a short embrace, then silently led him off for a private conversation. No one knows what was said, but it can be assumed that the two are not yet on the same terms that they once were. The creation of bad puns together will have to wait.
  • Apparently, his ascension was another one of Ocelot's plots, who feels that he deserves to be in the Pantheon. With how Ocelot was proven to be able to be the Magnificent Bastard he is for the sake of Big Boss, it was the reason why his ascension was accepted.
  • Still has an uneasy tension with Solid Snake. What was known was his Final First Hug back then was… genuine to say the least. He still won't admit that the latter is his son, but he respected him as the man he is.
    • That being said, his love is only hid skin deep, and you can tell he clearly cares for him.
  • Some would say that he is the Evil Counterpart of Mana Aida: where she attracted girls, Big Boss attracted men. Big Boss just sighed seeing Mana's overblown optimism, wondering if she would eventually break down like he did.
    • And just as Big Boss ascended, there's been some Gods that have been ogling some looks because of how manly he is.
  • He also dislikes James Bond, whose films he's derided as ridiculous and overblown. This has not gone unnoticed by other gods, who have noted the irony of Boss saying that when he basically lived through a James Bond film himself.
  • Aside of dissing The Boss or harming his subordinates, a surefire way to piss him off is to say that Santa isn't real.
    "He's real, I tell ya! He... he used to bring me presents..."
    • Wasn't sure what to make of Jack Skellington, since the Pumpkin King's attempts at being Santa Claus were... ill-advised, to say the least.
  • One of these days, Big Boss is going to tell one last tale; one that would link how he went from a Well-Intentioned Extremist into a self-proclaimed demon who would destroy the world just to give soldiers a place in it.
    • A good chunk of the tale turned out to actually focus on his Body Double, who was the Big Boss that Snake killed in Outer Heaven (he considers him to be Big Boss just as much as himself).
  • Is friends with Steven Armstrong, as both of them have similar ideology, and have no qualms with using child soldiers.
  • Is keeping his eye on Hatsune Miku, or at least the Vocaloid program that makes her voice, which sounds like those used in the AI Weapons created by the Peace Walker Project.
  • While he was offered a position in the GUAC by Lucifer and Steven Armstrong for his skill and his vast mercenary forces, he declined, saying the reason he fights is because he wants a place for his men, not chaos for the sake of it. He also told Lucifer to his face that he doesn't like manipulation, and doesn't approve of what he did to Madoka or Homura.
  • Really doesn't like Esdeath, whom he struggles not to open fire upon with his cardboard tank. He thinks she gives mercenaries a bad name. When she tried to compare him to herself citing there mutual lust for war, he snapped, saying he doesn't fight because he enjoys it like Esdeath, but actually needs conflict, which he isn't proud of. He told her there's a reason, he's known as the "legendary mercenary" and not her, not so gently reminding her this wouldn't be the first time he's fought supernatural soldiers, and dominated them in combat.
  • Similarly he has made it clear that, while he pities the young man, he despises Martin Walker. Though he at first merely ignored the lieutenant, when Walker tried to talk to him about "being a hero", he accidentally launched Big Boss into one hell of a "The Reason You Suck" Speech, but could tell from Walker's response that he acknowledged his point:
    Big Boss: Don't you dare talk to me about heroism! Some people may see you as some sort of tragic figure or some other crap like that, but I know what you are, Walker; you are that little pompous kid who found his daddy's gun one day and thought it made him Captain America! I've seen war heroes, hell, I was a war hero long before you even knew what a gun was, and let me tell you something I know too well; all those heroes? They didn't want to be heroes. They just wanted to help people, to do what they could, but when they returned home, the only thing they could see was the ghosts of the people they murdered! If everything you did was just out of some childish desire to be a hero, then maybe, maybe, I could understand, but you involved civilians, you destroyed Dubai, and worst of all? You got your men killed! And for what? So that you could play "hero"? I've done a lot things that I'm not proud of, but I never deluded myself that what I was doing wouldn't send me straight to hell! You were fighting a losing battle in Dubai, kid, I'll admit that much. But none of that would have happened if you had just stopped! When you tried to tell that colonel you dreamt up how you never wanted to hurt anyone, this is what he meant when he said "no one ever does". I can never atone for what I've done. I know that. But you? Everything you did was to make you feel like something you're not: a hero. So tell me, Walker: do you feel like a hero yet?
    Walker: ...Who said I did...?
  • Occasionally takes his alias of Ishmael, appearing before deities with his face covered in bandages. When people ask who he is, he tends to answer very cryptically, telling them that they're "looking at themselves".
  • Despite his gruff exterior, he has a reputation for being a huge dork, as well as a bit of a Ditz. Those who underestimate him, however, will learn how he got his nickname of "The Legendary Soldier."

    Luka (Monster Girl Quest
Luka, God of Accidental Attraction (Ruka, Fake Hero, Lukafer, Judgement, Worldbreaker)
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  • Intermediate God normally, Greater God while using his Angel powers, borderline Overdeity as the Worldbreaker or Judgement
  • Symbol: His sword, Angel Halo, with his mother's ring
  • Theme Song: Hero Luka Theme When using his angel powers, MGQ Final Battle. Alternatively, "Touch Fluffy Tail" by Ken Ashcorp. Worldbreaker.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Porfolio: Chick Magnet in a world where it sucks, Chronic Hero Syndrome, Dark Is Not Evil, Spirit-granted Elemental Powers, Owning a blade made of 666 melted angels, Fast healing by mediation, Happily Married to the Monster Lord, Kind of an idiot because it's heroic, Lightning Bruiser, Missed his baptism yet went on regardless, Purple hair, Thou Shall Not Kill unless necessary, Beware the Nice Ones, Supports coexistence despite his experiences because it's possible, Atoning for his father's sins, Half Angel, Half Human, Chekhov's Armory, Most dangerous when asleep, Being just like his ancestor Heinrich, Sealed angel powers that kill if overused
  • Domains: Heroes, Monsters, Darkness, Angels, Light
  • Allies: Alice (his wife), Cosmos, Princess Celestia and Luna, IsseiHyodo and the rest of the ascended members of the Kuoh Academy's Occult Research Club, the other Chick Magnet Quartet members, Asura, Natsu Dragneel, Madoka Kaname, Sayaka Miki, Shirou Emiya, Lambadelta, Pit, Papyrus & Sans, Flynn, Aleph, Optimus Prime and X, Commander Shepard and his/her crew (especially Mordin Solus), Makoto Nanaya, Kimihito Kurusu, Squigly, Meliodas, Toriel, Frisk, Yomi and Ceri, Salazzle, Mata Nui
  • Enemies: YHVH, Chakravartin, Slaanesh, Melkor, GUAE Trollkaiger, Metatron, Satan (Castlevania) and Satan (SMT), Dr. Weil, Mard Geer, Ragyo Kiryuin, Copy X, Nightmare, Soul Edge, Raynare, Gul'dan, Flowey (except not really), SCP-953, Zamasu
  • Conflicting Opinion on: The entirety of the GUAC, but especially Lucifer, Homura Akemi, and Vali Lucifer
  • Tries to Stay Away From: The Monster Girls and really any female monster in the Pantheon.
  • Ascended on just another day (for him), when Amira the Unfortunate Lamia told him about the location of a mysterious portal that leads to a world from which beings of their 'verse were forbidden from entering after an... incident. Curious as to what she meant, despite knowing the risks, he found the portal and entered it, finding himself within the halls of the Pantheon.
    • Almost immediately upon his arrival, every female monster or monster girl, from Ahri to Ungoliant came rushing out to try and get him to sleep with them, saying that "he just smelled so good". Luckily, he was able to fight/run away long enough for the other Gods to arrive and get things back in order.
  • To keep that from happening again, he uses a special perfume courtesy of the House of Technology to help mask his scent. While it's not perfect (in that female monsters will still be able to smell him within a certain distance), the effect is greatly reduced, so they can usually control themselves even if he's in the vicinity.
  • It should be noted that, for all his acting the Idiot Hero, Luka is actually much more. Nothing sets him off more than watching the weak being oppressed or harmed, so woe betide any who does in his presence. He went so far as to take down Ilias (albeit with help) for trying to kill all monsters and humans, a feat which earned him the respect of several deities such as Asura, Flynn and Aleph.
  • Was overjoyed when his wife Alice finally ascended to the Pantheon. He didn't even care that her first action was to insult him for making her worry, he just made her a giant dinner to placate her. They then retired to a private room in the House to... get more comfortable for dessert.
  • Thanks to his vicinity towards other races and his support for interspecies relationships, he has received the support of Commander Shepard and his/her crew, Frisk, Toriel, Papyrus and Sans, and Makoto Nanaya. However, most of Luka's meetings with Makoto end up with her wanting to make love to him, much to Luka's own chagrin. Since then, Luka and Makoto only ever contact one another via video calls.
    • Luka, however, despises Flowey, seeing him as not just a wretched entity; his god complex reminds him far too much of Ilias as well. Flowey, in turn, is interested in Luka, since he finds him not too different from Frisk, and therefore a perfect prey for him to corrupt. That being said, though, Luka was greatly depressed to hear that Flowey's old self, Asriel, was a Nice Guy under all respects; he wishes he could return him back to his original self.
  • Is greatly respected by the members of the Chick Magnet Quartet, especially Issei Hyodo. Luka, in turn, respects each of them for their power and their girlfriends, and hopes to someday get his wife Alice to ascend so he might someday become an official member; however, upon hearing of the formation of a fan club by Flonne, he immediately joined it, eventually becoming an honorary member of the Quartet. Until then, he often spends his days around Issei, where they have... interesting discussions about women (monsters, devils and otherwise).
    • Of Issei's harem, he gets along best with Rias, Asia, Irina, and Xenovia, due to the former reminding him of Alice and the latter three for their faith in their benevolent God, much like he once believed. They all like him for his belief in peaceful coexistence between monsters and humans and his dedication to what's right. Luka has also befriended Issei's BFF, Kiba, especially since the latter's background of being used as a lab rat by religious fanatics reminds him of the bad experiences he got with the angels of his own world. He is rather uncomfortable around Akeno though as her ultra-erotic personality reminds him of the girls he met on his journey, more specifically of Alma Elma, one of the Four Heavenly Knights.
    • Koneko, however, tries to stay as far away as possible due to the fact she starts to go haywire in his presence. Her sister Kuroka, on the other hand, doesn't mind as much.
    • Likewise, with many of those who are friends with Issei, Luka wasn't amused at all upon knowing from Rias about Raynare's wrongdoings on the young pervert. He has since then vowed to bring her down whenever she tries to lay a finger on Issei once again. He even thinks that, due to her being an evil angel, she might be a follower of Ilias...
  • His relations with Lucifer is... complicated. His mother was Lucifina, the Second Great Seraph of Ilias, who betrayed the Goddess when she began to make war on monsters despite earlier peace, eventually leaving her service to become a Fallen Angel. In other words, this makes Lucifer his mother in a sense. Needless to say, this has left many of Lucifer's enemies, from the Sisterhood to even Metatron, in fits of hysteria. Luka for his part is often awkward around the Lightbringer, both for those reasons (because it leaves him confused if he should try and get Lucifer a gift for Mother's Day or not) and others he didn't agree with. The Lightbringer, in turn, is surprisingly okay with the notion: it wouldn't be the first time he sired a child in a female form. He has extended an offer to Luka to join the GUAC. Luka has taken it under advisement.
    • Because of this, Vali Lucifer, who is said to be the Lightbringer's great-grandson, has taken interest in fighting Luka. Luka, however, tries to stay away from Vali, especially since his personality reminds him of Granberia, one of the Four Heavenly Knights, though he can't help but wonder what their relation to each other actually is.
    • Despite this, he's actually rather close to the Sisterhood, as he admires them for what they represent and sympathizes with the many things they have gone through. Most of them, in turn, are wary of him given his ties to Lucifer, but they've given him a chance.
    • On the other hand, he utterly despises Satan, calling him a monster who deserved everything that happened to him. When he learned about what he did during the Rebellion, he actually transformed into his Lukafer state and challenged the Unholy One to combat. Their clash made massive craters throughout the House of Otherness, and it ended with Satan trapped in the form of a raven thanks to Luka's Angel Halo.
  • Hates YHVH. Hates, hates, hates him. For Luka, the Great Will is an even worse version of the Goddess Ilias in his efforts to subjugate the Pantheon to His will, His refusal to see compromise in destroying all who oppose Him, and seeing any who does oppose Him as "Evil" regardless if they really are. As such, he's one of the first to oppose Him in any manner. This is also the reason he despises Chakravartin, as he created the monstrosity known as Gohma Vlitra simply because he was tired of governing his world and wanted to find a successor through the destruction.
    • YHVH, in turn, despises Luka both for defying and slaying His own Expy in Ilias and also for being Lucifer's (well, his in-universe equivalent's) son. When He learned that Luka used his Angel powers to help him defy and defeat Ilias and intends to do the same to him, His rage was truly something to behold.
  • Greatly respects Cosmos, Mata Nui and Princess Celestia, as all of them are Big Goods who both look and act the part, something that he feels is what Ilias should have been. Even though she's been depowered, he also looks at Madoka with the same level of respect.
  • While he prefers a peaceful life, he has often sparred with the various gods in the Pantheon, from Natsu Dragneel (who reminds him of Granberia and has the same nickname as Salamander) to Shirou Emiya to even Flynn and the Demi-Fiend himself (who are both interested with his relation to Lucifer and his Angel abilities).
    • Fights with the Demi-Fiend had to be toned down, after one match ended with Naoki using Freikugel and Luka using Daystar, which ended up blowing up the entire wing of the House of Combat they were fighting in.
  • Admires X and Optimus Prime for their beliefs on coexistence and considers them both allies, to which they share the sentiment. He's even tried to get some of the more human-hating deities like Viridi, Ika Musume, and Elpizo to warm up to them, and while he hasn't had much luck he has avoided being brutally attacked by any of them, so there might be some hope yet.
    • However, it has also earned him the ire of many of the House of Hatred, to which he shares the sentiment. The four he hates more than any of the others though are Dr. Weil, Tomas de Torquemada, Ragyo Kiryuin and Mard Geer, as they all remind him of what made his dream so hard to achieve in his world. They in turn see him as ignorant, a traitor, childish, or foolish respectively, though none wish to make an enemy out of him.
  • Gets along swimmingly with both Pit and Sayaka Miki, due to their shared beliefs on being heroes, being in the service of Goddesses (though Pit and Sayaka do sympathize with him on how Ilias didn't quite turn out like Palutena or Madoka), and angel motifs. Despite his relations with Lucifer, both of them don't care, and Sayaka put it best.
    Sayaka: "I might hate Lucifer, but you're not him. You're better than your old man... woman... How does that work again?"
    • He has since also tried to teach them some of his sword techniques. Sayaka is especially eager to try out Death Sword Chaos Star with Oktavia...
  • Determined to seal and destroy Soul Edge for good with his Angel Halo, as he believes such a weapon shouldn't exist in the world. When people point out his own weapon isn't that different, Luka counters with the fact his sword only temporarily seals, not kills others.
  • Due to past experiences with angels in his world, he's on the fence about the various other ones in the Pantheon. Some, like Tyrael and Artina he gets along with quite well, even joining the later in battles. Others, like Jibril and Sangunius he can't help but feel wary about due to their personalities or methods of going about doing things, even if they aren't bad. Lamington is someone he can't quite figure out how to feel about: He understands that his manipulations aren't in any way meant to be malicious and actually help heroes in the long run, but at the same time there's always that feeling of secrecy and half-truths that reminds him of Ilias, who always manipulated for her own ends. Flonne... he honestly wishes she wouldn't ask him about his love life and how he handles all the monsters who come after him.
  • Unsure if he should be proud or embarrassed by his title of "Top Male Most Monster Girls Want to Bed at Least Once" as given by an official House of Love poll.
  • Doesn't hate any of the Monster Girls, just prefers to stay away out of previous experience with members of their races. Despite this, he has the closest relations with Miia and Suu, as they remind him of his comrades Alice and Erubiete, and occasionally spars with Centaurea. They, in turn, respect his privacy and are quite impressed that he refuses to cheat on his wife much like they refuse to do so with Kimihito.
  • Luka also has a friendly relationship with most of the monsters from the Underground, including Papyrus, Sans, and Alphys, but above all with Undyne. They like to share stories and even used to spar together, even though they both know Luka is too kind-hearted to take a fight with a friend seriously. Instead, Luka promises she'll introduce her to Granberia, the only warrior he knows that is just as eager to fight as her.
  • The Trollkaiger once tried to troll him when he was asleep. Unfortunately for them, they were unaware of the fact that Luka is actually at his most dangerous while asleep and they learned that lesson courtesy of his Heavenly Demon Revival. After they got out of the crater, they have since resorted to performing their troll tactics on him during the day when he's awake, like how they switched his perfume with one that makes one attractive to both genders... Needless to say, he doesn't like them.
  • Once had a personal encounter with Slaanesh him/herself. Sufficient to say, he spent several days cooped up in his temple unwilling to come out before declaring himself the Chaos God's eternal enemy. He punctuated that statement by unleashing his Vaporizing Rebellion Sword on the very next minion of Slaanesh he saw, slashing it apart and scattering the ashes.
  • Was scared out of his mind when he first encountered Alice, thinking that she was the eighth Monster Lord, Black Alice. He breathed a sigh of relief when he learned he was mistaken, but he still tries to stay away from her, given her abilities and personality. She in turn just wants to get to known him better... of course, that's exactly why he tries to stay away.
    • The other Alice he gets along with though, often finding himself amazed by the things she brings to life with her imagination.
  • Became fast friends with Yomi and Ceri. He enjoys swapping adventuring stories with the knight (with Alice and Yomi close by to clear up any... embellishments that slip into the narrative) and has gone on a couple of dungeon expeditions with her. Ceri was thoroughly impressed with Luka's victory over Ilias, and Luka likewise congratulated her on helping to defeat Izanami. Luka's also relieved that Yomi is seemingly unaffected by his scent, though ironically he's found himself fighting against an urge to touch her tail: it just looks so fluffy...
  • He and Alice instantly came to loath Zamasu, seeing him as an even more insane version of Ilias. When the mad Kai declared that Ilias' cause was just and that the idea of monsters, mortals and gods co-existing was blasphemy, he suffered the wrath of Alice who called him nothing but a hypocrite, a murderer and a thief. Enraged, Zamasu tried to attack her, only to be blocked by Luka's Angel Halo. Pushed into becoming a screaming, drooling madman, Zamasu called Luka an abomination that should never have been born and a heretic for turning against his goddess and her justice. In response, Luka sealed him into a weaker form and had this to say to him:
    "To hell with you and your meaningless justice!"

Lesser Gods

    Dark Magician Girl 
Dark Magician Girl, Goddess of Perverse Sexual Lust (Black Magician Girl, Mana, Dark Magician Girl the Dragon Knight, Cardfu)
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    Ichika Orimura 
Ichika Orimura, Herald of House Husbands and Unaware Attraction (Ikkun, Orimuu~, Neutron Star Ichika)
  • Lesser God (Intermediate God if deploying his IS unit Byakushiki, Greater God if the said unit went to Second Shift)
  • Symbol: His white bracer (Byakushiki’s standby mode), with the silhouette of a man wearing an apron behind it.
  • Theme Songs: His titular theme, befitting his caring nature for the females around him, and Straight Jet (shared with Chifuyu)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (though many seem him as merely a “nice” shade of Stupid Neutral)
  • Portfolio: Being the Only Male in the World Who Can Pilot a Type of Female-Pilots-Only Mini-Mecha, Becoming a Walking Doom Magnet, Gradually Growing Out of the Non-Action Guy Type, Having a Group Of Seven Multinational Female Pilots Falling for Him and Willing to Protect Him at All Costs, Looking After His Big Sister Like a “Wife”, Piloting a Not-So-Super Prototype Mecha Which Housed the Core of a Real Super One, Fighting with Only an Energy-Hungry BFS Before Receiving Additional Equipment in the Form of a Beam Cannon and a Shield, Not As Clueless As He Wants You To Believe, Was Aware Of The Girls’s Feelings Towards Him All Along
  • Domains: Combat, Mecha, Romance, Uniqueness, Family, Relationships,
  • Heralds: The unascended students and staff body of the IS Academy.
  • High Priest: "Immortal" Tatsu Kuroda (House Husband)
  • Allies: His fellow IS pilots in the Pantheon (Houki Shinonono, Lingyin Huang, Laura Bodewig, Charlotte Dunois, Cecilia Alcott, and Chifuyu Orimura—the last one being his older sister), all Good-aligned deities in the House of Weapons, War and Technology, all deities allied with the aforementioned IS pilots, Elenore Baker, and the GUAG Relationship Enchancers, especially Issei Hyodo, Kitakami
  • Bash Brothers with: Banagher Links
  • Enemies: None at the moment, but he truly despises those who look down upon the potentials of women OR question his ability to protect the ones he cared about.
  • Opposes: Nui Harime
  • Odd Friendship: Team Metal
  • Worthy Opponents/Friendly Rivals: Nanoha Takamachi, Char Aznable.
  • Rival: Lux Arcadia (one-sided)
  • The first ever male to be able to pilot an Infinite Stratos exoskeleton, Ichika is a polite and respectful young man raised (and seemingly Spartan-trained) by his older sister Chifuyu. He quickly became a center of attention in the Infinite Stratos Academy, garnering the interest of many of his female peers (and even a few outside the school itself), with the personal IS pilots of his year forming the closest attachments to him. Among others, this included two close childhood friends of his (who both share a seat in the Pantheon for this exact reason), a friend of Chifuyu's who initially blamed him for his sister dropping out of an IS pilot tournament, and even a transfer to the IS class who had disguised herself as another rare male pilot in order to spy on him.
  • Despite his popularity in his own universe, his ascension was a rather complicated affair: he was at risk of being officially banned from the Pantheon just because a bunch of deities were put off by his boneheaded personality. O-Haruhi-Sama decided to hear out the pleas of Ichika's haremettes and his elder sister Chifuyu (after having moved hell and high water for his ascension), in order to appease them.
    • Even at this, some evil-aligned gods wanted to leave him to his fate, to be banished to a certain unspeakable place for unfavorable deities, only for Haruhi to quickly cotton onto both the excuse provided by his trope and the fear of his power with his IS (and his harem backing him) that was the real reason they wanted him out of the way. The following rebuttal left them all taking cold showers for awhile.
      Haruhi: Will his haremettes even allow him to choose in the first place?! I'd say we just let him ascend anyway. No harm in allowing it.
    • The Court of the Gods, however, saw a bit of a flaw in his title; although it's more of the fact that there would be no way in hell would there be a "Likeable" Clueless Chick Magnet. After much deliberation though, they all agreed to downgrade his second title as a "Regent-on-Probation" status—the very first to be given in the Pantheon.
  • His ascension was one of the most heartwarming in ages: five particularly enthusiastic young maidens—Houki, Charlotte, Rin, Laura and Cecilia—rushed toward the gate, their eyes flowing with tears of joy, their bodies clad in the finest clothes they could find... And all of them trying to land hugs or kisses on the guy of their dreams... Well, until they started pulling out their IS suits against each other to see who got to greet him FIRST. Fortunately, Chifuyu arrived and gave everyone (including Ichika) Dope Slaps to the head, followed by the proper ascension greeting.
  • Ichika took a while to adjust to the vast Multiverse of the Pantheon, but nonetheless quickly accepted his new life here, because he's already seen enough antics at the IS Academy. Besides, it’s not like a few extra thousands of them everyday would hurt.
  • Issei had approached him on multiple occasions, partly to invite him in the GUAG Chick Magnet Quartet (thus rebranding the group into the Chick Magnet Quintet), and partly to give advice as to how to handle his haremettes better. Ichika was rather confused to the first, but was openly cooperative to the second; in fact it seems to be partly working.
    • There were light rumors about Issei's visits that, apart from advising Ichika in how to handle his haremettes, he's covertly pinning for the latter to consider Houki as a primary choice. Issei neither confirms nor denies this, but such rumor might have sprung from the fact that Houki and Rias share some similarities together.
    • Ichika noticed when Issei came to sound just like him even moreso than before. While it did further strengthen the two's bonds, their respective haremettes now confuse Issei and Ichika with one another when hearing them talk from a distance, creating not a few mishaps. Upon hearing why Issei's voice changed, however, Ichika's take was simple.
      Ichika: Yeah, let's just keep this new voice. Definitely better than the old one...
  • He quickly became good buddies with Banagher, partly for having predominantly-white (And apparently semi-sentient) machines, and partly for similar voices. He was also surprised to learn about the Noodle Incident between Charlotte and the young Gundam Pilot.
    • He has also developed a bit of a friendly rivalry with The Red Comet, who notably was reported to have a soft spot for Charlotte (who was - surprisingly - an avatar of his), and had previously challenged Chifuyu to a duel, which ended in a draw to the shock of many.
  • Flonne, distraught by his denseness, often tries to explain to Ichika "the meaning of love". He says it's not helping the slightest. Furthermore, Excellen Browning often pops up nearby Ichika with a bunny suit; to ignore it, he recites pi in his head, although he once remarked that Excellen reminds him of Tatenashi Sarashiki. Even more, Excellen often lures Ichika's haremettes to wear bunny suits for him (with partial success on Cecilia and Laura). However, unknown to them, Ichika isn’t as clueless as he wants them to believe...
  • Many deities have commented that while they have seen harems that packed serious punches, Ichika’s one has got the most potential to start a war that could wreck a very sizeable portion of the Pantheon. His response?—“Perish the thought, everyone!” said with a smile.
  • Ichika holds almost no personal grudges against other deities… save for Natsuru, Tomaru and Djibril; the first for being even more of romantic blockhead than him, for the days that he rued as his high priest, and sharing the voice with one of his haremettes; the second for abusing his female relatives and manipulating Makoto Itou into what he became; and the third for ruining the reputations of mecha-related characters everywhere, heroes or villains alike.
  • During one of her sparring sessions, Nanoha Takamachi took Ichika by surprise: it took him quite a while to recognise that this girl is NOT equipped with an IS unit nor any type of mecha. “And they call you a magical girl!!!???” was the only thing he uttered in disbelief after three minutes of being left jaw-dropped.
  • What Ichika doesn't know is that a Nazi called Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse planning to reverse-engineer IS-related tech, as well as those of his haremettes; his goal was to create the "Ubersoldaten Bewegliche Klage", which he considers as "the Gundam to on-foot soldiers". No one is in the know about this, but Wilhelm is playing it safe as he knows that the IS Academy is guarded by its ascended students and that stealing the IS Cores right from the Academy would be a bad idea. Just to add more fuel to the fire, however, Wilhelm has allied with Phantom Task to help him further his goals...
  • Spends his free times helping out other deities (especially Goddesses) in need by providing them with relaxing massages or food he made himself... before being jealously dragged away by his harem.
  • Some deities (again, especially Goddesses) have wondered what would be like if Ichika wasn't that much of a bonehead against lovelorn maidens and apparently, his have been caught daydreaming about this. Unknown to them, their daydreams are slightly closer to reality than they realize, since Ichika isn’t as dense as he seems. And as for Chifuyu, she sensed something much, ''much'' worse than mere daydreams...
  • For some reason, he befriended the members of Team Metal, especially Frost. When asked how did a group of veteran soldiers are good friends with an everyday teenager, they just shrugged and said "We like him. He's nice and reliable."
  • You'd think he'd be friends with Lux Arcadia, given how similar they are. Nope; in fact, Ichika didn't take it kindly to Lux being described as a better than him in every way. His harem even noticed how unusual is for Ichika to be jealous. The matter was eventually settled with a battle, one that Lux won handily. Ever since, Lux has been trying to smooth things over to no avail.
  • In the Light Novel, it was eventually revealed that secretly, Ichika is not as dense as he seems. He’s known about the girls’ feelings towards him the entire time, he just wants people to think he’s that oblivious because he doesn’t want to pick any girl of his harem over the others. Why would he set about deliberately invoking the Clueless Chick Magnet trope on himself for so long? Because he knows that if he were to enter in a relationship with any of his haremettes, they would definitely start fighting each other over him and he doesn’t want to see his friends hurt each other because of him. Naturally, very few people in the Pantheon are aware of this, because he doesn’t want anyone to find out, especially his harem. Among those very few deities who know Ichika’s true nature are Issei Hyodo, who surprisingly managed to deduce the truth on his own, The Phantom Thieves of Hearts, who accidentally found out when they tried to explore Ichika’s cognition for unknown reasons, and Batman, who’s naturally prone to know such things about everyone in general. There are also a few other deities who suspect the truth, but they haven’t managed to prove anything or confront Ichika about it yet. Most deities view Ichika as dense and clueless and he prefers it that way.
  • Can also be found in Gender Pairings & Roles.

    Mai Shiranui 
Mai Shiranui, Goddess of Fanservice (Ninja Hottie, The Crimson Ninja, Nippon Ichi ~Japan's Finest~, The Queen of Fighters)

    Richard "Dick" Grayson/Nightwing 
Richard "Dick" Grayson, God of Blameless, Guilt-Free Sex (Nightwing, The World’s Greatest Acrobat, formerly Robin I)


    Francine Smith 
Francine Smith, Goddess of Using Sex Appeal To Her Advantage (Francine Ling before marriage, born Francine Dawson)
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: Her dress
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Dumb Blonde Republican Sex Kitten, Beware the Nice Ones or Bitch in Sheep's Clothing (depends on her mood), Ms. Fanservice That Exploits The Hell Out Of it, Nice Girl Though She Has Her Moments, was a Hard-Drinking Party Girl who Really Gets Around, Attracting Her Son's Friends, Can Be Smart If She's Really Determined, Cloudcuckoolander, Not So Above It All
  • Domains: Housewives, Blondes, Mothers, Attractiveness, Sex
  • Allies: Stan and Steve Smith, Liane Cartman, Amy Wong, Uncle Chan, Greg Universe, Betty Suarez, Marge Simpson
  • Headbutting Heroes with: Santa Claus and Nicholas St Nick, Kitty Forman and Son Chi-Chi
  • Vitriolic Best Buds with: Roger the Alien
  • Enemies: Eric Cartman, Stewie Griffin, Robot Santa Claus and SCP-4666, Judge Claude Frollo, Tomie Kawakami, Dr Sofia Lamb
  • Pities: Dr Heinz Doofenshmirtz, Finn the Human
  • Francine Smith is the wife of Stan Smith and mother of his two children. A fairly happy housewife, she fits the image of a Blonde Republican Sex Kitten though lacks any interest in politics. She knows she's attractive and often uses that to get what she wants. While a nice person, she has her moments of being a jerk and if she's determined to do something, she can be pretty smart at it.
  • Before marrying Stan she was known to get around, all in the name of fun and partying on both sides. She's got the biggest sex garden in North America, but outside of one moment of weakness at the beginning of her marriage remains loyal to Stan. The lust sub-houses are happy to let her visit and tell tales, however made it clear she's not going to do any swinging given how Stan wouldn't care for it. She was initially ignored until she started flashing the guards, all in hopes of joining Stan in his new pantheon antics. Even hardened security officers couldn't help but stare. Stan was mixed on this but happy to see her and made out(partly to make the guards jealous]]
  • Has a mostly amiable relationship with fellow sitcom mother Marge Simpson. Marge is much more prudish compared to her and they do disagree with each other's parenting, but found they were similar enough to get along and both can be too overly motherly at times. Both sometimes want to take up hobbies and tasks to break the mundanity of being housewives, even if they enjoy their dayjob.
  • Sometimes discusses parenting tips and other things with Kitty Forman and Chi-Chi. They disagree with her more loopy moments, but otherwise find themselves liking Francine. Liane found her a comforting presence since she's not one to judge her slutty ways. Francine finds her son Eric Cartman intolerable however, reminding her of the time Steve became a spoiled a-hole when only she raised him, but worse. Stewie Griffin doesn't like her, as she reminds him of Lois for all that's worth.
  • Adopted by a Chinese couple. She gets along with Uncle Chan as he reminds her of her dad, Bah Bah Ling. She also ended up getting along with Amy Wong, a Martian-Chinese woman who was and still is to an extent a party girl who occasionally boasts of her general sluttiness. She seems to like Greg Universe for being a down to earth father.
  • The reason she was adopted? Her parents abandoned her as a baby, just because they a first-class ride on the airplane wouldn't allow babies. And later on after her bio-mother died, her bio-father went crazy and had his family fight to the death. Naturally, she sympathizes with Finn the Human for how much of an ass his bio-father turned out to be, and Heinz Doofenschmirtz for the multiple abuses his parents inflicted on him like leaving him to be raised by ocelots.
  • Grew up with the belief that left-handed people are evil, despite being left-handed. She grew over it. She doesn't like Frollo due to how judgmental he'd be with stuff like that, and that Frollo is quick to slut-shame her past and claim she's inspiring "unwanted lust". Francine also has a serious grudge against George Clooney for stealing her big moment, going so far as to chop off her own hand to try and kill him when it was handcuffed.
  • Like the rest of the Smith family, she wasn't on good terms meeting Santa Claus or Nicholas St North. Ever since the family shot Santa by accident he's been out for their blood. These Santas have no bad blood and aren't the same as the Bad Santa that bothers them, and will help them out with that incarnation, though the family is cautious. Robot Santa Claus and SCP-4666 proved much worse than even the Santa they know.
  • In order to keep her looks, she has to do vigorous work-outs and binging and purging. She relates to Betty Suarez to what it's like dealing with ugliness when she doesn't have her looks. By contrast, Tomie insulted her for "not being naturally beautiful" like the sociopath she is.

    Glenn Quagmire 
Glenn Quagmire, God of Implausible Casanovas (Glenn Quagglecheck)

    Misato Katsuragi 
Misato Katsuragi, Goddess of Childish Adults and Attracting the Young Males
Click here  to see post-timeskip in Rebuild.
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: Her cross.
  • Theme Song: A Cruel Angel's Thesis (san ningen version)
  • Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Action Girl, The Lad-ette, Broken Bird, Beergasm, Christmas Cake, Genius Ditz, Mama Bear, Scars Are Forever, Having Some Attraction to Shinji, Becoming a Less Pleasant Person After 14 Years of War, Would Hurt a Child(?), I Have No Son!, Becoming Disturbingly Similar to What She Opposes
  • Domain: Leadership, Love, Bitternessness, Vengeance, Regret
  • Allies: Rei Ayanami, Asuka Langley Souryu/Shikinami, Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon, Leone, Tsunade, Motoko Kusanagi, Homer Simpson, Amuro Ray, Mai Shiranui, Commander Shephard, Releigh Becket and Mako Mori, Genjuro Kazanari
  • Former Allies: Shinji Ikari(?)
  • Enemies: Gendo Ikari, Arael, King Ghidorah, Hedora, Char Aznable
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Yui Ikari
  • Dislikes: Zapp Brannigan
  • Misato Katsuragi, a woman whose apartment is an utter mess. A woman who drinks a whole bunch of beers. A woman who maybe a bit too flirtatious. However, these habits are born after surviving the Second Impact and are a testament of her tragic life.
  • Misato couldn't deny the fact that on some levels she does find Shinji attractive. Especially with the implied offer of comfort sex and kissing him. It was because of this that she tried to avoid Shinji when she first ascended, feeling ashamed for what she did. It was useless, however, because once Shinji found out she ascended, he desperately searched for her. And when he did find her, he gave her a big hug. Taken aback, Misato reciprocated his hug.
    • Was actually surprised when she found out Asuka as well missed her former guardian. Misato was worried, however, when she noticed that she had some kind of split personality that would change ever so often. She has spent more time with Shikinami given that both fought together for 14 years.
  • Misato's relationship with Yui Ikari is a bit rocky. Might be because that whole 'Shinji attraction deal' and the whole guardianship. They do however have respect for both being mama bears for Shinji and Misato sacrificing her life for him.
    • Their relationship took a turn for the worst after 3.33: the scientist calling her out on her treatment to her son and her hypocrisy in holding all the guilt of Third Impact against him while the commander called her an even bigger Hypocrite since she manipulated Shinji to further her goals and has no say in the consequences of what happened.
  • Became very close friends with Usagi Tsukino after the two noticed that they both sound very similar. There's also the fact that the two act very similar to each other, both the good and bad qualities. And just for fun, Misato actually dressed as Usagi's Sailor Moon form on at least two occasions.
    • She also became friends with Mai Shiranui as they are a bit flirtatious. Unfortunately, there's no photos of Misato cosplaying as the ninja.
  • Has been hit on a couple of times by Commander Shepard, both male and female. She always declined, however. And even though she is tired of it, it's not as bad as Zapp Brannigan's constant howling.
    • She is on good terms with Genjuro Kazanari as they both care deeply for the kids they are in charge with.
  • Really hates the rumors going around that she some kind of slut and sleeps around. She only slept with Kaji.
  • She was actually surprise when she found out she had a teachers degree. Because of this, she is employed in the School House.
  • Gain a couple of drinking buddies in Homer Simpson, Tsunade, and Leone. She seems more closer to the last one as they have some similar personalities. Not only that, they even sound similar when they speak in English.
  • The House of Technology have built a couple of personal roomba cleaners for Misato's temple since she leaves it in such a mess.
  • The GUAG has offer Misato a position as lead coordinator for all mecha battle strategies. They are looking for Bridge Bunnies for her to work with.
  • In some universe, Misato would sometime flirt a bit with Amuro Ray. Usagi thinks this is a bit funny as Amuro sounds just like her husband, Mamoru Chiba.
  • Despite the contrary, Misato isn't a crazy driver. As in Chiyo-chan won't go catatonic. She may also like cars in general.
  • Has swore that if Gendo ever does anything to hurt Shinji, and proxy Asuka and Rei, she wouldn't hesitate to put a bullet through his head. Death Is Cheap be damn.
  • After the events of 2.22 and 3.33 she has disowned Shinji and warned him that should he become a trigger again, she and Wille will kill him. However, some deities did noticed a level of hesitation in her voice and hope for the best.
  • Also resides in the House of Personality.
    And remember tropers, there be plenty of fanservice on the next episode.

    Naze Turbine 
Naze Turbine, God of Good-looking Men with a Harem ("Darling", Space Fellini / Not!Fellini, SUPER PIMP)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The Turbines Emblem
  • Theme Song: Teiwaz Accordion ver.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Big Brother Mentor to Orga, Chivalrous Pervert, Ethical Hedonist, Sharp-Dressed Man, Mentor Occupational Hazard, The Scapegoat, Going Down with the Ship, Prioritizing His Crew's Safety Over His Own, Together in Death With Amida
  • Domain(s): Harems, Mafia, Refuge, Death
  • Heralds: Half of the Turbines (the other half are with Amida)
  • Followers: Al-Cid Margrace, Chuck Bass, Charlie Logan, Skywise, Kiryuu Touga, Rokujo Chikage
  • Allies: Amida Arca (his Top Wife), Mikazuki Augus and Orga Itsuka, Kazuma Kiryu, Raku Ichijou and Chitoge Kirisaki
  • Enemies: Most Gundam villains, Lord Djibril in particular, Zeus, Hera
  • People with harems can come in all shapes and sizes. Some are average, some are absurdly young, and some look revolting and hedonistic. However, there are also some who look real handsome enough to make any other woman swoon, and one of Orga Itsuka's friends nominated Naze Turbine for the trope.
  • As soon as he was ascended, after being filled in on what he missed, as well as what the whole Pantheon is all about, he immediately nominated Amida Arca for Top Wife, only for the Court to be way ahead of him.
  • After the ascension ceremony that followed (and the heartfelt reunion with Tekkadan's leaders), the two were escorted to their separate temples, only to then each find a portal that takes them to a spatial dimension that holds the TIR-0009 Hammerhead's interior. The portals also allow both of them to visit each other's temples so that neither are as separated as their Houses would otherwise require them to be due to distance.
    • And greeting them inside were others in the Turbines who made it in the Pantheon as well, though—just like with Tekkadan—it wasn't all of them, for some reason. Specifically, only those who have died, Lafter Frankland among them, have ascended with Naze and Amida as their heralds.
  • No longer part of Teiwaz, the couple were immediately invited to the GUAG. Despite being from what was essentially a Yakuza In Space, they're treated somewhat better than Tekkadan's is.
    • Due to a shortage of ships as a result of his frame-up and Iok's attack against his fleet, extra ships and supplies from the GUAG have been provided to compensate for those losses, though it's not that much given his significantly smaller crew compared to his previous count of 50,000.
    • Speaking of yakuza, this got them the attention of Kazuma Kiryu, who has history as such a member himself. That said, he can see that the Turbines aren't even that evil, so he gets along with Naze just fine. His good care with kids has also earned him Amida's approval as well.
  • Being part of an unorthodox love dynamic means it wasn't long before the usual rivals who get involved in such affairs, Princess Cadance and Kyu Sugardust, come over to evaluate their relationship.
    • As Naze's neighbor, the love fairy was first to meet him and was intrigued with how he's gotten so many ladies under his belt. He decided to invite her in to the Hammerhead so he can tell the full story.
    • After being escorted to a recreational room—at around the same time Amida was bringing in Cadance, and after the Turbines were familiarized with their rivalry—the couple narrated the tale of how they met and how they formed the crew they see here today.
    • By the end of the tale, Cadance was close to shedding tears while Kyu was left somber; after all, marrying ladies in order to rescue them from their previous exploitative careers is a pretty special circumstance, and Naze was lucky that Amida was fully on board with his plans.
  • Harem aside, Sei Iori and Reiji find him very similar to a friend of theirs, Ricardo Fellini, who's also a womanizer, though had less luck with the ladies than Naze (even if he did eventually did get a girl to be with).
  • Even though he makes love with all the women in his crew, he treats them more like adopted daughters, though a number of them do become his actual wives as well.
  • Of all the Gundam villains in the Pantheon, none earn his ire more than Lord Djibril, whose actions are reminiscent of one Iok Kujan.
  • The situation with Raku and Chitoge has a similarity to Naze and Amida's; they used the pretense of marriage for protection purposes, the older couple for rescuing exploited women and the marriage was legal, and the younger pair pretended to be a couple to keep their yakuza families from tearing each other apart, although it does become real by the end.


    Mary the Three-Breasted Prostitute 
Mary, Goddess of Fanservice Extra (Three-Breasted Prostitute)
"We can't show you why everyone remembers her, but let your imagination run wild."
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her three breasts
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Prostitute, Three-Breasted Mutant, Get Shot by Richter In the Back, Memorable Part of the Film
  • Domains: Prostitution, Multiple Breasts, Extra
  • Allies: Douglas Quaid, Jean-Luc Picard, Worf, William Thomas Riker, X-Men
  • Enemies: Jack the Ripper, William Stryker, Mars People, the Martians, Tiamat
  • A mutant from Mars that have developed an abnormally extra breast and works as a prostitute in Last Resort on Venusville, Mars. If that doesn't seem significant, well, she's just fanservice.
  • As a prostitute, she have made several clients through the Pantheon, with her third breast as a fetish for some of them. Her favorite client seems to be Kirk for having many extraterrestrial lovers and found her mutation to be normal compare to the other alien women.
  • As she works as a prostitute, she became cautious of a serial killer known as Jack the Ripper as he is known to target prostitutes.
  • As a denizen of Mars, she is offput by the more alien denizen of Mars rather than other humans or mutants that are found in Venusville. Although she tried to woo Martian Manhunter who has the power of shapeshifting and can look human.
  • She is a mutant as a result of weak radiation shielding in Venusville that caused a generations of humans being mutate. The X-Men and the Brotherhood of Mutants have found her to be hot and have wondered whether to laugh or envy how her mutation is fairly normal.
    • Her appearance earned her an ire of an anti-Mutant advocate, William Stryker, for her mutation and her profession.
  • Though proud of her breasts as she used them for her work, she's rather bothered that there was a deity named Tiamat beat her to the Multi Boobage department.
  • The crew of the U.S.S. Enterprise once mistaken her for one of their crewman, Sonya Gomez, when they stumbled upon her. Her breast aside, she took it as a compliment when they thought of her as one of their officers.

    Mrs. Robinson 
Mrs. Robinson, Goddess of Older Women Who Date Younger Suitors
  • Theme Song: Named after herself
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her leg wearing stockings
  • Alignment: True Neutral with evil tendencies
  • Portfolio: Knight Templar Parent with an Awful Wedded Life, Older Women Seducing Young Men, Head-Turning Beauty, Ms. Fanservice, Dark and Troubled Past, Mama Bear, Affably Evil, Lady Drunk, Abusive Parent, Last-Name Basis
  • Domains: Lust, Trickery, Ambition, Hubris, Youth.
  • Followers: Bulma's mother, Ava Moore, Mida Rana, Wendy Oldbag
  • Allies: The Kankers, The Black Queen of Sogo, Raynare, Lady Macbeth
  • Rivals: Barney Stinson
  • Enemies: Virtually every young person, Dinah Laurel Lance/Black Canary
  • Opposed by: The Eds, Barbarella, Issei Hyodo, Rias Gremory, Bulma
  • Abhorrent Admirer of: Xander Harris
  • Observed by: Frasier Crane
  • Pitied by: Mad Moxxi
  • There have been countless stories of older gentlemen who decide to date women far younger than themselves. That does not mean that some women have similar tastes. The most infamous case is from a woman codenamed Mrs. Robinson (her first name was never revealed). She used her status and feminine wiles to coerce a son of their friends into a relationship. The insidious story that followed brought her great infamy. Known for such debauchery, The subhouse of Tainted Love decided to give her a seat in the Pantheon. Now she is free to go after a large number of young men.
    • To her disappointment, her suitor Benjamin was not present, Yet the middle-aged woman is certain she will be able to bring him in to claim him as her own one day.
  • This time around, she has plenty of fans among her. The Kankers see her as an inspiration, asking her for advice on how to court the Eds. The boys did not like that idea and have been performing pranks on her temple as a result.
  • The Black Queen has been around almost as long and was glad to meet the other women. The two can be seen plotting ways to lure in their objects of desire. Unfortunately for the Goddess of Untoward Attentions, Mrs. Robinson does not swing this way and even if she did she has her eyes of younger types.
  • There is quite a bit of overlap between her and Raynare, Goddess of Bastard Girlfriends. As such, the two cooperate at a numerous number of times. Issei and Rias were not pleased with this development.
    • It should be noted that despite this, there are numerous number of neutral followers who worship Mrs. Robinson and many of them aren't nearly as malicious as her. They see their relationships merely as their preferred taste of suitors. It's to the point that the churches are nearly separated between the two factions. Mrs. Robinson has kept things in order by tying everyone together to protect them from those who see their relationships as taboo.
  • Moxxi did not condone her way of having an affair behind her husband's back, but she does sympathize with how her husband forced her into a bland marriage. Otherwise, she has no qualms over women who date people much younger than them (hell she's done that plenty of times herself). She just wishes that Mrs. Robinson would break up with her husband and let loose her sexual appetite.
  • When Black Canary discovered her ascension, she can only shake her head of shame. There was a time during the Silver Age that she was accusing of doing just that to the Green Arrow. Subsequent reboots revealed she was the daughter of the original, making their age more equal. Still, such discussions occasionally creep up back towards her.
  • Bulma was met with a shocking discovery; her own mother had applied to attend the clergy of Ms. Robinson. It should be noted that she had flirted with many of the cast of Dragon Ball when they were far younger than her. Bulma tried to talk her out of it to no avail.
  • While she awaits the arrival of her original suitor, she had plenty of time to go after young men:
    • Well known for his ability to attract the very worst suitors to him, Xander thought he could handle a mere Quasideity. Yet it didn't take long for her to have him as her next suitor. It took a couple months of motivation from Buffy and Willow to get him out of there. He now tends to avoid the woman whenever possible.
  • Psychologist Frasier Crane took it upon himself to study the nature of such people to understand their preference to young suitors. When asked why, he pointed out that he too was sought after an older woman. Such an experiment is trickier as he's too old to be attracted by anyone in the clergy, but he does seek out example to study.
  • Barney amusingly pointed out that he tried to find a Mrs. Robinson of his own who would accept the term "Who's your mommy?" While he did suceeed, he ended up with a Dominatrix and needed help from Robin to end the relationship. It was a nice flashback, but he was done with trying to recreate that stunt.

    Youta Tada 
Youta Tada, The Living Aphrodisiac (The Sun)
'Girl' Youta 
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: A Black Ring
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Really Gets Around, Arouses the girls of the Parallel World with a single touch, Chivalrous Pervert, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Wholesome Crossdresser, Intending to kill the God of Deep Jealousy, Weak, but Skilled in Kendo, Bishōnen
  • Domains: Sex, Other Worlds, Deicide
  • Allies: Lumi the Paladin (his lover), Issei, Luka
  • Avoids: Lucy
  • Enemies: SLAANESH
  • An ordinary high school student, Youta was, out of nowhere, thrown out the third floor window of his school by a creepy figure dressed in rags. When he came to, he had been pulled into an alternate world populated entirely by women, and quickly found that he was able to sexually arouse them with a single touch. It quickly became apparent, however, that this 'paradise' was a sick, sad world at its core: 3000 years before, an evil deity known as the "God of Deep Jealousy" put a curse on the human race, wiping out all men and condemning the women to die before the age of 20 if they didn't mate with a man. Youta made a vow after seeing the curse claim one of the friends he had made that he would wipe out the God who had done such a horrible thing. Now he seeks answers alongside his lover, the first girl he met in the parallel world, a beautiful paladin named Lumi.
  • Youta actually counts himself lucky that in the Pantheon, his Living Aphrodisiac trait only really affects Lumi: he admits that trying to keep himself from accidentally touching people can become a bit of a hassle at times. As such, he expresses a bit of pity for Luka, who not only is unable to turn of his monster-attracting scent, but he doesn't have to touch monster girls to arouse them. He's become friends with the young warrior, and has been getting a bit of swordplay training from him: as much as he'd like to ask Lumi to train him, he can see a situation like that quickly going off the rails.
  • Had a close call when he noticed a severe-looking young woman with bright red hair: for a moment he thought that it was Haru, the woman who had refused to mate with him and consequently died of the curse. Upon getting closer to her and calling out her name, he was on the receiving end of a withering Death Glare: realizing that it wasn't Haru and that approaching the Diclonius would end badly for him, he made a hasty retreat, making a mental note to warn Lumi not to make the mistake he almost did.
  • Issei expressed incredible jealousy at the idea of being able to arouse women with a touch like Youta can. Upon learning the specifics, however, Issei offered to lend a hand at killing what he referred to as a 'scumbag bastard god'.
  • He and Lumi were approached by Princess Cadance, who after hearing about Youta's 'adventures' in the parallel world intended to give him one of her patented lectures. She was initially surprised to see the two put up their defenses as she approached, Lumi actually grabbing the hilt of her sword and preparing to draw it. The situation was quickly cleared up: the two thought that like the unicorns from Lumi's home world, Cadance intended to attack them for being non-virgins. With that out of the way, Cadance made sure to stress that even if Lumi was okay with Youta sleeping around, it still stresses their relationship, and he shouldn't take it for granted. Youta responded simply that if sex was his priority, he would've just stayed in the city of Meath with Lumi. He wouldn't be trying to kill a god. Cadance thought for a moment, then shrugged and nodded.
    • The existence of the Parallel World has become the subject of an attempted power play by Kyu Sugardust and Cadance: Kyu wants to smuggle her (male) clients into the Parallel World and see if she can easily hook them up with the women (for the greater good), while Cadance has thrown her support behind trying to kill the God of Deep Jealousy and breaking the curse, thus taking away any excuses Kyu might have. More than one god has expressed bemusement at the near Death Note levels of conspiracy and gambits the two are embroiled in over such a ridiculous world.
    • Slaanesh has also set his/her/its eyes on the Parallel World, to the mutual dismay of Kyu and Cadance and the abject horror and disgust of Youta and Lumi. The Chaos God hopes to unleash its own forces on the helpless world, so that it may be overwhelmed and broken into worship of the deranged Sense Freak.


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