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Intermediate Gods

    Bugs Bunny 
Bugs Bunny, God of Karmic Trickery and Rascally Rabbits (Scwewy Wabbit, Wascawwy Wabbit, Long-Eared Galoot, Flea-Bitten Varmint)

E. Aster Bunnymund, Rabbit-God of Easter (Easter Bunny, Kangaroo, Guardian of Hope)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His two boomerangs crossed with each other
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Easter Bunny, Awesome Aussie, Battle Boomerang, Color Motif Is Green, Deadpan Snarker, Edible Ammunition, Green Thumb, Killer Rabbit, Rabbit Magician, Tunnel King
  • Domains: Easter Bunny, Boomerangs, Hope
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Pitch Black, the Hall of Cruelty and Sadism (particularly Junko and Monokuma), Elmer Fudd, Pokemon Hunter J, Killer Rabbit, Springtrap
  • Opposed by/Opposes: Elmer Fudd
  • Conflicting Opinion: Daffy Duck
  • While finding a way to recruit the last two Guardians into the Pantheon, they found a perfect way to ascend Bunnymund. As such, he was chosen with this trope and has now ascended. His temple is in underground, resembling his home scattered with Warrior Eggs around, which makes him proud a little bit.
    • As he has ascended, a lot of child deities came to him upon hearing that he is the actual Easter Bunny. As such, he tries to best to make them happy and whenever Easter comes, he usually is the one who hides eggs whenever the kids do the usual Easter Egg Hunt.
  • Isn't glad to see Pitch Black finding his way into the Pantheon. As such, he is ready for battle whenever the former takes drastic measures.
  • Is extremely happy to see that there are deities that inspire people to have hope. As such, since he is the Guardian of Hope, he became allies with them.
    • As such, he doesn't love the Hall of Cruelty and Sadism as they inspire fear and despair to their victims.
  • Isn't sure what to think of Bugs Bunny at first. There was one time where Bugs became an "Easter Bunny", although he didn't do a good job with it. Although he ended up being on good terms with him as he realized he's not such a bad fellow and only does his karmic tricks to his enemies. It was also through him that he became friends with his girlfriend, Lola Bunny.
    • As such, he heard about Elmer Fudd from him and let's just say it's not pretty. This is mostly contributed to Elmer's "wabbit season" hunting trips, which made him hate the rabbit hunter more often, although he only focuses on hunting Bugs Bunny and is more or less a friendly fellow outside of hunting, which it lessens from enemies to opposition.
      • He also feels conflicted about Daffy. In the early days, he helps Elmer on hunting Bugs Bunny. Although, over the years, he eventually became friends with the latter and is even roommates with him. For now, Bunnymund decided to hold back his opinion on the duck.
    • Speaking of hunters, due to being the Easter Bunny as well as having powers of his own, he was on Pokemon Hunter J's bounty list, which he doesn't take lightly.
  • Gets along with the Angry Birds as one time, he protect their eggs from their enemies. The Flock sometimes let their eggs stay in his temple whenever they don't find a safe place for their eggs to stay.
  • Due to being an anthropomorphic rabbit, he is approached by Fluttershy. He seems to be fond of her because of how kind she is and due to her love of animals and eventually, the environments they live in.
    • He ended up meeting Fluttershy's pet bunny, Angel Bunny, which surprised him because of how normal he is at first glance. Although he thinks that the bunny is a bit of a jerk, he ends up getting along with him. Though, it surprised him to see Angel is actually physically strong.
  • In the case of other rabbits, he ended meeting Killer Rabbit, Miyamoto Usagi, Cream the Rabbit and Rabbit. He doesn't like the former because although they look like normal animals, they are evilly deadly and became friends with the latter two with Usagi's case being that he has humbleness and honor and with Cream, being a sweet, innocent child makes him cautious of her safety. Although he thinks Rabbit is a bit too grumpy.
    • He ended up meeting Usami, a rabbit that is actually a magical girl robot. He feels bad for what happened to her because of the events of the island that is actually a virtual simulation and what actually happened to her world. It was thanks to his interactions with her that he became true hostile enemies to Junko and Monokuma.
    • He also ended up meeting Usalia, a demon lord who has rabbit motifs. Although the whole demon thing puts him off a little, considering that demons are usually associate with evil, he started seeing her as an ally after he started getting to know her and finds her abilities in reducing damage to be useful.
    • Hates Springtrap thanks to being an animatronic serial killer who inside it, is a human who kill these children because of very ambiguous reasons, though no matter how sympathetic the reasons may be, he'll still hate him for the crimes he committed. The fact that he is an animatronic rabbit worsens that.
  • Has recently found an Odd Friendship with Wolverine and Jean Valjean. The fact that they'd sound like him if they spoke with Australian accents most likely has something to do with it.

Lesser Gods

    Hamato Splinter 
Hamato Splinter, God of Large Rodents (Hamato Yoshi, Sensei, Father, Pops, Lou Jitsu)
His 2012 incarnation
His Mirage continuity incarnation 
His 1987 continuity incarnation 
His 2007 continuity incarnation 
His 2003 continuity incarnation 
His Paramount continuity incarnation 
His IDW continuity incarnation 
His Rise continuity incarnation
His many appearances as Hamato Yoshi (top row, from left to right:2012 continuity, 1987 continuity. Bottom row, from left to right: "Lou Jitsu", IDW continuity)
  • Lesser God, but can outfight deities of higher ranks. Intermediate God, bordering on Greater God status (with Hamato Ninpo). Greater God (when employing Hamato Ninpo with the rest of the Hamato Clan).
  • Symbol: The Hamato Clan Emblem, in general. His Lou Jitsu incarnation has a cup of hot soup.
  • Theme Songs: Message from Splinter, Turtles' Lair
  • Alignment: Neutral Good normally
  • Portfolio: A Human-Sized Rat, Big Good, Iron Woobie, The Mentor, Metamorphosis, Mutant, Old Master, Papa Wolf, Strong as They Need to Be.
  • Domains: Rats, Ninja, Clans.
  • Herald: Hamato Miwa (his daughter).
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: The Shredder, The Joker, The Anti-Monitor, Darkseid, The Batman Who Laughs, Bane, Venjix, Lord Drakkon, Tai Lung, Lord Shen, Kai, Shan-Yu, Heihachi Mishima, John Kreese, Adon, Ultraman Belial, Deathmaster Snikch
  • Annoyed by: Johnny Cage.
  • Splinter is a mutant rat humanoid, father and mentor of the TMNT. The eternal nemesis of the Shredder, he always comes to clash with the Foot Clan's leader over injustices done to him or his loved ones at the hand of Shredder in the past. But there are two major consistent stories for him depending on the continuity:
    • The first one is that he was once the pet rat of the martial artists expert Hamato Yoshi, who began imitating his movements and even replicated them. However his peaceful life came to an end when the Shredder murdered Yoshi and forced Splinter to live on the streets. His fate would change when he and 4 lost pet turtles were hit by a canister of mutagen during a street accident, causing the 5 to mutate into humanoid beings, he then trained the turtles in the Martial Arts he'd learned from his owner to defeat Shredder and defend themselves. After Shredder's defeat, he continued training the turtles up until he retired or died depending on the continuity.
    • The other story is that he was Hamato Yoshi himself, but after incidents with his Clan he wound up in New York where the Shredder's machinations caused him to mutate into a rat man. Still training the four turtles, Splinter doesn't have the feeling of revenge that he has elsewhere and instead trained the turtles simply to defend themselves when the time comes for them to get into the surface.
  • Splinter had his ascension happen relatively quickly after his latest adventure where he and the other members of the Hamato Clan stopped the threat of that world's Shredder and the world from being conquered by the demoniac. Splinter was met with respect by many of the Pantheon's deities, seen as a very wise and experienced master of martial arts whose many exploits have become legends, he was also glad to meet back up with his sons, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, as well as Baron Draxum, though was not enthusiastic when he found out the Shredder was in the Pantheon as well. He was ascended as mostly a composite between his many versions, alternating only in regards to whether he was a human or normal rat before mutating.
  • His feud with Shredder carried over into the Pantheon, mortal enemies since forever the two clashed both in the mortal world and the Pantheon many times over. Splinter is very wary of the fact that there's not just one Shredder but multiple running around with their own goals each, he's most concerned about the Utrom and Rise Shredders who have proven to be among the most dangerous of them all, capable of devastating everything in their path if left unchecked.
  • He also had a re-encounter with Baron Draxum, who also serves as one of the turtles' "Dads" (particularly by Mikey). Many have called their relationship into question, mainly due to many moments of possible attraction between the two, stemming form the world where Splinter was once known as the famous Hollywood star Lou Jitsu, got stuck in the Battle Nexus by his former lover, ended up involved in the Baron's initial evil plots and eventually becoming allies with him once the Baron had his Heel–Face Turn and the two had worked out their issues with each other.
  • Splinter's encountered various heroes in different adventures, from alternate versions of the turtles to other universe's heroes such as Batman, Batgirl, Robin, Nightwing and even the Power Rangers. Splinter had some fond re-encounters with some of the aforementioned heroes and their allies. As for enemies encountered in those various adventures, one of the more notable was The Joker, who antagonized the Hamato Clan in many adventures and who Splinter considers to be far worse than even the Shredder. Other enemies include Ras Al Ghul who teamed up with Shredder in one of the many adventures the TMNT had with Batman as Ras Al had teamed up with their nemesis for a plot involving unleashing mutagen on civilians for their nefarious goals.
    • Other threats of the DC Multiverse he's wary of are the Dark Knights, Darkseid and the Anti-Monitor all perfectly capable of causing mayhem on a large scale and have potential ways to go after the TMNT's own Multiverse, or crossing paths with the Utrom Shredder, who once nearly committed destruction on that scale to get revenge on the turtles for thwarting his plans. On a similar note stands the Batman who Laughs, a twisted version of Bruce Wayne/Batman that eventually slaughtered almost every world in existence in his universe thanks to his intellect and power.
  • Splinter has been through trials and tribulations of loss and pain to become the wise and strong master he is in multiple continuities, as such he holds other masters who've overcome pain and hardships and not only came out stronger but also do good in high regard. One of these masters was Nariyoshi Miyagi, who had to live through the horrors of World War II and lost his wife and unborn son, who died of childbirth complications, while he was out at war. That Miyagi has also had to contend with less than honorable masters of martial arts such as John Kreese, who went through similar harships as Miyagi but turned to dishonor and cruelty afterwards, his experiences with a similar martial artist to Kreese known as Kristoff Von Bradford only furthered this.
    • On the same boat as Miyagi, he ended up allying with both Daniel LaRusso and Johnny Lawrence, both once young but now old masters of Karate who once used to be full-blown enemies but have begun to turn into allies and friends as of lately. Splinter was glad to hear that Johnny had managed to set himself into a straighter path after spending most of his life entirely bitter and hateful of Daniel, even if his blunders at parenting and other things have left people in his life hurt and resentful. As for Daniel's own less-than-ideal actions, he's reassured the martial artist that he understands what it's like to be consumed by hatred and impulse, as in many worlds he let all that get the better of him and paid the price dearly for his arrogance. That both have fully made sure to teach their students to not fight with hatred and instead fight honorably and in self-defense so that they don't repeat their masters' mistakes has further elevated his views on the two.
    • Other martial artist masters who similarly befriended Splinter were Oogway, Shifu, The Furious Five and Po; all of them having had hard moments in life and sometimes in the lead-up to becoming the martial artists they are. He was interested in learning about how Oogway had managed to ascend beyond a mortal life and was able to theoretically freely move between the Spirit Realm and world of the living, which has caught the interest of Splinter, as he was once brought back from the dead in the world of the 2012 continuity temporarily but otherwise can't transverse worlds.
    • Obi-Wan Kenobi and Yoda are two of the greatest Jedi masters of all time and to get where they are they've had to go through harsh events and situations that tested their wills. Obi-Wan in particular found a lot of connections and similarities to Splinter throughout his many recollected events of his lives, mainly being betrayed by the one who he considered a brother and losing the love of their life to a mortal enemy, Splinter himself has great respect for Obi-Wan's ability to continue on the path of good despite the hardships that he suffered through his life, noting how many others could have fallen to darkness under the same conditions.
    • Similarly in this connection of a life of hardship was the martial arts oriented Ultraman Leo, who went through a lot of hardships in his life and losing many people close to him, yet remained good in spite of it all and despite hardening up as a person and taking a very unforgiving approach to evil, he nonetheless remains a good person in spite of it all. Another point that made them bond was the many lessons about unusual techniques and lack of reliance on gimmicks and other flashy moves that both have taught and learned, that Leo also has helped discipline younger and rowdier Ultras such as Mebius and Zero into becoming seasoned and mature warriors has further made him and Splinter get along, as Splinter himself helped shape his rowdy and immature sons/students into refined and disciplined warriors.
  • He has a rather low view of arrogant and cruel martial artists, those who are straight-up evil take this low view to straight-up hatred. Standouts include Heihachi Mishima, Adon and Tai Lung; for Heihachi, Splinter detests how he's tried and even succeeded at killing his own family members and his generally unpleasantness, Adon's and Tai Lung's arrogance has led to Splinter considering them to be unworthy of any title or martial arts praise, tough he does feel pity for Tai Lung's issues as he can understand why'd he turned out the way he did, even if he acknowledges that they don't really justify his actions. On the other hand, the treacherous student, Frost, didn't have this privilege as she betrayed her master, Sub-Zero/Kuai Liang, for entirely selfish reasons taht she tries to justify on rather self-pitying grounds.
  • The TMNT have met the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers when Rita Repulsa and Shredder teamed up, with the latter stealing the powers of the Green Ranger from Tommy Oliver. As a result of this team-up, Splinter has become allies with all of the Rangers but particularly retains the strongest one with the Mighty Morphin and Zordon, though has recently been meeting up with the Jungle Fury rangers due to hearing about their exploits and martial arts expertise. On the opposite of these alliances stand the rather vile Power Rangers villains such as Lord Drakkon, Venjix who all have shown themselves to be rather cruel and malevolent and have had goals of conquering the entire Power Rangers Multiverse, which like Darkseid and the Anti-Monitor's own possible conquests could lead to them finding and doing the same to the TMNT one.
  • While he can tolerate arrogant martial artists so as long as they aren't cruel or evil, he nonetheless will find them annoying and prefer not to deal with them or deal with them as little as possible; such was the case with Johnny Cage, who while not evil is rather arrogant and prone to showing off at every chance, which is something that clashes with Splinter preferring a humbler approach to martial arts. At the very least, Splinter has found some ground to remain civil on thanks to Johnny being a father.
  • As Lou Jitsu, Splinter is wary of Cersei Lannister because of how she reminds him of his old ex Big Mama and how his attempt to propose to her caused him to be stuck in the Battle Nexus for years. He also gained an alliance with John Cena after Draxum brought up their similarities — like the voice and how Draxum's initial invisibility powers were similar to Cena's "You can't see me!" boast.

    Miyamoto Usagi 
Miyamoto Usagi, God of Righteous Rabbits (Usagi Yojimbo, You Suckey Your Jimbo)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His blue ki
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Expy of Miyamoto Musashi, Cultured Warrior, White Bunny, Rōnin, Master Swordsman, Good Is Not Soft
  • Domains: Law, Good, Honor, Animal, War
  • Followers: Bunnie Rabbot, Ruby, Crusader Rabbit
  • Allies: Miyamoto Musashi, the Ninja Turtles, Rabbit, Judy Hopps, Doki, Samurai Jack, Himura Kenshin, Beatrix Kiddo, Monomi/Usami, SCP-524
  • Friendly Rival: Bugs Bunny, Samuel Rodrigues
  • Enemies: Heishiro Mitsurugi, The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog
  • Opposes: Afro Samurai
  • Annoyed by: The Nostalgic Critic
  • Miyamoto Musashi is highly regarded as the most decorated Master Swordsman of all time. So great is his prestige that many an Expy have strived to follow in his footsteps. In this instance, he brought forth an unusual candidate for ascension. Once a bodyguard for a respected Lord, he lost his rank upon his master's death. Now a ronin, Usagi has spent years wandering the countryside to help others. He has long since made peace with his failure. Unusual as it may be, the samurai felt compelled to grant him ascension.
    • He wishes that the Afro Samurai would take that lesson and decide not to continue his never ending quest of revenge. Unfortunately, it doesn't appear that it will happen.
    • There was a particular need amongst rabbit deities for a new deity to represent more honorable folks. Rabbit was seen as a potential candidate, but was to easily drawn to his friends' antics. Rabbit nevertheless was glad to finally have a "civilized rabbit" in the Pantheon.
    • The news drew the interest of what is his exact opposite. Bugs Bunny challenged the ronin to a duel on his terms. To his surprise, Usagi not only accepted the terms, but did a damn good job at it. Turns out he was well verse with dealing with pranks from his friend Gen. Bugs proceeded to welcome the ronin into the Pantheon. Tensions may flare between their followers, but their patrons are quite chill with their rivalry.
  • Doesn't seem to mind Usami's baby talk, focusing instead on her accomplishments.
  • Other rabbit deities joined in to congratulate him. Judy was poised to take his spot before she decided to bring Nick Wilde along for the ride. The fox tried to pull a fast one by swiping his headband, only to find out that Usagi not only took it back, but took his badge without looking as well. Nick insisted he was only testing the newcomer; Usagi correctly stated otherwise.
  • He didn't expect to be glomped by a rabbit, but Doki did just that to great him. He has no opinion with her relationship with Nabi, only wishing them the best.
  • Was once ambushed by what he thought was "kappa." Turns out it was the ninja turtles who were sent to his own world. After helping them return, they decided to keep in touch.
  • Enjoys walks around the countryside. That way, he can roam around to find those in need of help. He was surprised to find a patron of such endeavors. Samurai Jack came by for a visit and was pleasantly surprised to find a pot of tea waiting for him. The two had a lot more in common than they realized. Jack only hoped that Usagi can find a new lord to serve one day.
  • Kenshin decided to put Usagi to the test. He stood in front of the rabbit, asking for a challenge. Usagi respectfully declined the request, having no need for unnecessary bloodshed. Just as Kenshin put a hand on the hilt of his sword. He smiled brightly before lowering his stance. He wanted to see whether he was dealing with another Hot-Blooded ronin. Instead, he was glad to find a cool-headed rabbit to befriend.
  • The same could not be said for his next opponent. As with most other katana users. Mitsurugi saw fit to challenge the newcomer for best swordsman. The fact that he was facing another Rōnin only sweetened the deal. Usagi had heard tales of the God of Rōnin, but refused to embrace his philosophy. The two dueled for several minutes, and just when Mitsurugi had the upper hand, he was ambushed by a chi blast courtesy of Taki. Usagi knew it will only be a matter of time before he would be challenged again.
  • Was once tasked with rescuing Chip and Dale who walked right into the den of the Killer Rabbit. The ensuing battle took weeks for him to recover, but he was successful.
  • Was once called "You Suckey Your Jimbo" by the Nostalgic Critic He can't seem to get away from that particular mondegreen.
  • Was intrigued with the prowess of the God of Katanas. While Samuel's work as a mercenary puts them at odds on occasion, Samuel has a great amount of respect for the rabbit samurai.
  • Helps out Beatrix with taking care of her child. She has since retired from life as an assassin, but brings up her blade in case of trouble.

    Screwy Squirrel 
Screwy Squirrel, God of Crazy Squirrels (Screwball Squirrel)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His face
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Annoying Laugh, The Bully, Often Torments Dogs, Karma Houdini (most of the time), Napoleon Delusion, The Prankster, Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist
  • Domains: Chaos, Squirrels, Toons, Comedy
  • Allies (bordering on Vitriolic Best Buds for some): Tom & Jerry, Droopy, Cecil Turtle, Makoto Nanaya, Squirrel Girl, Ratatoskr, The Janitor, Woody
  • Rivals: Many Disney gods (notably Donald Duck, Pluto, and Chip & Dale), Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Edgar & Ellen, Laetitia, Pinkie Pie
  • Enemies: Judge Doom, Mr. Rottweiler
  • Envied by: Conker the Squirrel
  • Screwy Squirrel is a squirrel who lives up to his screwball demeanor and name in more ways than one, especially when it comes to other toon tricksters of his type. Even when it comes to pranking others for fun, Screwy takes it to such extremes that it didn’t really matter to him as to whether or not his victim deserves to be inflicted with such mayhem. Meathead Dog served as his regular victim when it came to dishing out his brand of chaos, but Screwy has been known to antagonize others just because he finds it funny. Unlike other toon tricksters from his period, he had less cartoons released featuring him, but it didn’t stop him from having some cameo appearances now and then later on.
  • While it’s anyone’s guess on the exact details of how people end up in the Pantheon, Screwy’s circumstances have bewildered some trying to figure out how and when he got there. Some believe that Screwy wandered into the place and kept tormenting the higher-ups in charge until he was given something to designate him as a “god” despite the fact that there were many others with that unofficial identification that also happened to not actually be true gods. Others claim that it was some entity that wanted Screwy to show up to liven the place regardless of the well-being of others living in the Pantheon. Screwy himself insists that he’s been in the Pantheon for a very long time despite the fact that there hasn’t been any valid evidence to back up his claim and him harassing others within his level when they try to insist on such longevity. Regardless of what happened and how long it’s happened, the Pantheon is where Screwy Squirrel is going to spend his time and he’s going to spend it having fun whether others want it or not.
  • As far as toons are concerned, Screwy has a particular animosity towards Disney-branded toons, mainly due to his experiences with a saccharine squirrel named Sammy. Of these particular characters, Screwy’s brand of mayhem has irritated Donald Duck and Pluto the Pup, mainly because of how they had to endure mischief from small animals such as Chip and Dale. While Chip and Dale are capable of altruistic actions in between having fun for their own amusement, Screwy is much more unscrupulous in his pranks and has no real reason to torment Donald and Pluto other than the fact that he finds it funny, especially where Pluto is concerned. As for Chip and Dale themselves, they’re as much of a victim of Screwy’s pranks as Donald and Pluto are and the chipmunks (alongside their acquaintances that they normally like to have fun with regardless of whether said acquaintances want it or not) aren’t going down without a fight.
  • While Screwy has open contempt towards Disney-like characters and those that he deems as having an overly saccharine attitude, he is more than willing to hang out with other toons that fit his wild and chaotic style. Droopy, as well as the cat-and-mouse duo of Tom and Jerry, are among such toons he likes to have company with mainly due to their penchant of engaging in manic adventures where slapstick happens on a regular basis. While he is comparatively civil towards Droopy (and has even looked at the canine’s actions for possible ideas on what kind of pranks to do next), he’s more than willing to get caught up in Tom and Jerry’s chases, not really caring about what side he’s on as long as he’s having fun. Being a toon by nature, he found out about Judge Doom and his plot to destroy all toons to build a highway, despite Judge Doom being a toon underneath that seemingly cold exterior. As much as Screwy doesn’t like cutesy toons, he has a genuine hatred for Judge Doom for trying to put characters like himself at risk of being destroyed and whatever chaos Screwy normally puts out, he’s going to amplify it against Judge Doom should the squirrel end up encountering him.
    • There were a few toons that were often described as Looney that Screwy was more than interested in and this is what led him to Cecil Turtle. While Screwy had some doubts about Cecil at first, it quickly dissipated after learning how Cecil was able to outwit Bugs Bunny, who himself has had experience in using tricks to defeat others and the wabbit was someone who is a skilled trickster as is. From there, it led to a buddy dynamic between Cecil and Screwy with their attitudes contrasting each other and while Screwy is looking to be a more manic counterpart to Cecil when it comes to consistently defeating Bugs Bunny, the turtle hasn’t determined when Screwy is ready to confront that wabbit. For the time being, the two maintain a good friendship with each other and Screwy has harassed Daffy Duck, who fluctuates between being a similarly screwy individual and being an egotistical duck, a number of times, usually (but not always) besting that duck in a battle of wits.
  • Screwy was someone Conker envied for a number of reasons, chief among them the fact that Screwy can use his wits to easily screw over others while Conker himself feels that he keeps getting screwed over even if he does find unorthodox ways to get out of trouble. Screwy noticed Conker’s follies and surmised that it would require someone with strong wits like Screwy for Conker to improve his already decent enough skills in surviving crazy scenarios. While Screwy can do whatever he wants, Conker has to rely on certain context-sensitive areas to perform an action that would allow him to proceed and Screwy thinks that, as strange as these areas are, they’re holding back Conker from being the capable squirrel that he is. Conker is a self-serving squirrel with some moral standards, but most are hesitant to let someone as insane as Screwy go near Conker and erode whatever morals he has left in his cynical mind. From their interactions with each other thus far, Screwy and Conker are civil enough with each other, but Screwy has given Conker a bit of motivation to push back against others that are screwing with the squirrel’s already troubled existence.
  • If his recurring treatment of Meathead Dog is anything to go by, dogs are a favorite target of Screwy even in the Pantheon. Even if there are some dim-witted dogs in the Pantheon Screwy to screw around with, there are dogs who aren’t as stupid as Meathead is and they seem to have a relatively better chance at getting even with Screwy. Plenty of other canines such as those considered wolves are much more aggressive than Screwy’s other hapless targets and it resulted in Screwy having to keep his distance from them to avoid becoming dog food to them. Even other canines that aren’t bright such as the aforementioned Pluto have gotten back at Screwy and while he has tormented Odie a few times, Garfield found the squirrel’s treatment of Odie too much even for someone that likes to prank Odie for his own amusement. That said, given how Screwy likes to prank Garfield from time to time, the feline and Odie aren’t above working together to get back at Screwy if the squirrel goes too far with either of them.
  • He often employs a variety of items to go along with his hijinx and the Pantheon has its share of tricksters that utilize items in their plans for Screwy to look into. Kevin McCallister was someone that gets access to different items to use to thwart anyone that crosses paths with him and Screwy was entertained with the assortment of items and surprisingly violent methods Kevin uses to fend off his enemies, with Screwy looking at them to see how he can surpass such plans when looking to entertain himself against his adversaries. Another set of tricksters that like to use items in their pranks are Edgar and Ellen, often through a junkyard they regularly visit to pull off whatever plan they are working on at the moment. Screwy sometimes visits that junkyard Edgar and Ellen go to, often to steal something for him to use and other times to screw over the twins and get involved in a prank war with them.
    • Laetitia was someone that enjoyed utilizing similarly dangerous pranks as Screwy, but with far more gruesome results in contrast to Screwy’s toon physics. Given Screwy’s brand of jokes, Laetitia wanted to tag along with him, but the squirrel’s unpredictable nature prevented such an alliance from happening, not helped by Screwy being put off by her cutesy exterior and her overall creepy nature. Pinkie Pie was another cutie who, unlike Laetitia, was thoroughly adorable in her hyperactivity, but while that endeared herself to others, that wasn’t the case with Screwy, who was already sickened from encountering such characters in the past. Not even her penchant for jokes and parties was enough to win Screwy over, nor was Fluttershy’s attempt to talk to him and he made it clear since that meeting that he wanted nothing to do with those ponies and their friends.
    • Despite having made a bunch of rivals in the field of pranking others thanks to his insane disposition among other potential reasons, Screwy did manage to find a few in his line of work to hang out with. One such figure was Woody, who was notable for tormenting his neighbor Mr. Rottweiler, who as Screwy would find out, was very despicable and someone that more than deserved to get pranked. Given how Woody and Rottweiler’s antics are on display as part of a television show, Screwy was more than eager to take part in it, mostly by giving that mean neighbor some payback that was at times, more severe than what Woody can dish out. Screwy does sometimes use some of his milder pranks on Woody whenever the cameras aren’t rolling, but he does understand that Woody has some guidelines to ensure that someone as crazy as Screwy can maintain good terms with him. On a comparatively more mundane note, Screwy does have a good conversation partner with Glenn Matthews, otherwise known as The Janitor, who sometimes helps Screwy set up pranks at the expense of others who aren’t aware of what’s happening.
  • As noted, Screwy doesn’t like Sammy due to the latter’s Disney-esque attitude and appearance, but when it comes to other squirrels in the Pantheon that don’t appear sickeningly adorable, Screwy is amused at how many other squirrels in addition to Conker don’t appear and act like they’re from a Disney story. Ratatoskr was a squirrel who enjoyed causing chaos among others like Screwy, but while the latter has a penchant for physical violence, Ratatoskr likes to employ verbal tactics when it comes to making others look bad. Ratatoskr took notice of the similarities between himself and Screwy and went as far as trying to make word spread around that Ratatoskr was the progenitor of similar screwball squirrels such as Screwy. The rumor got shot down like a good chunk of rumors that Ratatoskr tried to spread around and while Screwy does see Ratatoskr as someone to look up to, the two aren’t above trying to screw around with each other through their own preferred method of trickery every chance they get.
    • Screwy would also discover humans that took on traits of squirrels, something that he was amused with seeing this as humans trying to act like squirrels in some capacity. As he learned more about these figures, mainly Makoto Nanaya and Squirrel Girl, Screwy found out that they’re pretty capable in their own right and he decided to tag along with them, with the two girls finding him entertaining in his own way. Squirrel Girl’s powers in particular was something that Screwy found hilarious and combined with his skills in toon physics, believed that he would make an unstoppable duo with Doreen Green. Doreen does enjoy having him around, but Screwy hasn’t been able to take up the mantle of being a true sidekick to Doreen, partially due to his unpredictable behavior and the fact that his toon physics might not be enough to deal with some of the more powerful entities that Squirrel Girl has encountered.
  • Besides using toon physics to his advantage, Screwy has a habit of claiming that he’s Napoleon Bonaparte to others via wearing a Napoleon hat after he’s done his share of screwing around with them. It didn’t take long for Screwy to learn that the real Napoleon Bonaparte was in the Pantheon and, to sell his own schtick further, attempted to find clothes appropriate of the era Napoleon was from so that he can don them and use it to his own amusement. The real Napoleon Bonaparte found it crazy that a squirrel would use his name for some cheap jokes, but that hasn’t stopped Screwy from continuing that practice of his. There was another entity named Napoleon that Screwy found out about, but it ended up being a pig who was very different from the French leader and not in a good way. According to many in the Pantheon, Napoleon the Pig was someone that deserved Screwy’s chaos and the pig made it clear that his own name would not be besmirched by an insignificant squirrel.
  • You know, those guys in there think I'm crazy. And I am, too!


    Angel Bunny 
Angel Bunny, God of White Bunnies
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: Himself
  • Alignment: Zigzags between Chaotic Good and Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: White Bunny, Beleaguered Assistant and Reliable Non-Pony Sidekick, Jerk with a Heart of Gold and occasionally validated, Sugar-and-Ice Personality, Ironic Yet Also Meaningful Name, not liked by the other pets (even Gummy), Perpetual Frowner, Pride as his Fatal Flaw, Silent Snarker, uses charades to communicate to non-pets, Tough Love, Tsundere, unclear physical maturity
  • Domain(s): Bunnies, Guardianship, Competence, Meanness
  • High Priestess: Clover
  • Followers: Harvey, the city of Bunnybury, Snowball, Melody Briar, Alec Azam
  • Allies: Fluttershy (his mistress), Twilight Sparkle, Applejack, Rarity, Rainbow Dash, Pinkie Pie, Princesses Celestia and Luna, Maud Pie, Princess Cadance, Shining Armor, Derpy Hooves, DJ-P0N-3, Sunset Shimmer, Rabbit
  • Enemies: Queen Chrysalis, Tirek, Nightmare Moon, The Dazzlings, The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog, Kyubey
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Discord
  • Distrusts: Trixie
  • Opposes: Agent 47, Gilda, Paul London
  • Conflicting Opinion: André the Giant, Gangrel and Luna Vachon
  • When it came to choosing a representative for the White Bunny trope, among the candidates for the position, amidst the (weak) protests of his mistress, Angel Bunny decided to go and (metaphorically) throw his hat into the ring. Eventually, it was decided that Angel ascend for the trope, and had to move to a different temple.
    • That said, he's often not there as he continues his duties to keep Fluttershy's temple in order, and so a portal was made (of his size) so that he can go between her and his temples when need be. That said, he sometimes goes out to cause mischief (leaving his high priestess Clover to handle things), often targeted at those whom he sees as threats to his mistress. Of course, he makes sure to stay away from those he has no chance against.
  • Now that he's a deity, he's being coerced by his mistress to be more social, just as he sometimes prodded her a few times in the past. Right now, she's taking him to Bugs Bunny and Peppy Hare for starters.
  • Sure, he's only shown it once, and it was likely Played for Laughs, but Angel's surprisingly strong, once throwing his mistress out of her own house in a temper tantrum.
  • Chuggaconroy has a pet rabbit named Pippy, and he decided one day to take it to Angel's temple to play with his followers. It also helped that he's a Brony, so he tolerates his presence. Upon hearing of Pippy's passing, Angel went to console the gaming god.
  • Angel's terse relations with Spike and the Cutie Mark Crusaders come from the former not taking his 'paid work' as a caretaker seriously, and the latter is due to the whole Gabby Gums scandal.
    • Because of her takeover of Ponyville one time, Angel still doesn't trust Trixie, and while he'd certainly like to tell off a certain griffon for making his mistress cry, the fact that she can (and would) easily take him and because of her reformation means he can't do that. Also, despite that, not even he thinks she deserves assassination by Agent 47, even though Fluttershy did convince the man not to.
    • In regards to Discord, they're at odds with one another, though being his mistress's friend means they have to get along, and his initial betrayal as a result of Tirek didn't help matters either. Although, the draconequus has sometimes invited him to join in certain pranks.
  • When it comes to fellow White Bunny Ruby, whom his mistress decided to bring over for hanging out, after the first several explosions (which she profusely apologizes for), and after Ruby was warned not to use magic while in his premises, they've actually managed to come to an understanding. Usually, that's in the form of her being manipulated into Angel's revenge plots.
  • Because he sounds like her mistress sometimes, Angel is always ready to show his disapproval for Kyubey's agenda.
  • Gets along with Rabbit sometimes due to both having experiences in dealing with…difficult people (Fluttershy for Angel, and Tigger [and Pooh sometimes] for Rabbit).
  • Angel doesn't like those who specialize in brainwashing, especially the mass variety, mainly because he and the rest of the Mane Six's pets had to deal with one such creature who did it on his mistress' entire town to destroy a dam (and drown all its occupants) to save her kelpie friends and was easily forgiven.
  • Even when he was still just a herald, Paul London (with two other beings known as Mala Suerte and Saltador) were worshipping him. When Fluttershy asked why, London exclaimed that he was "The White Rabbit" that brought London to the Rabbit Tribe. He didn't mind the attention, even as Brian Kendrick came along to keep an eye on London.
    • When Angel ascended to godhood, London's worshiping of him got a tad more extreme, especially when he learned from the Cutie Mark Crusaders that the wrestler was being a nutcase. A part of him wants to exploit this for his schemes, but another tells him that that wouldn't be what his mistress would want from him, and that part eventually won out after his antics got to be too much even for him. This later turned out to be a very good call when London finally encountered the real White Rabbit, who promptly told London to kill the messenger who brought London to the White Rabbit himself and then London decided to murder his heralds to appease the White Rabbit (who didn't shed a single tear nor paid attention to the offerings). Needless to say, Angel makes sure to stay far away from him now.
  • Will join Fluttershy's let's plays whenever she needs a second player, in which he'll almost always do something to troll her.
  • Angel has tried to become good friends with some of the gods Fluttershy knows. He's not sure about André the Giant. On one hand, he can't imagine someone of André's stature can be gentle and even have his own petting zoo in his temple. On the other, he's not sure how someone like him has a godchild who married to a vampire wrestler. And then there was him learning that the Cutie Mark Crusaders were close friends with the vampire wrestlers in the past and Fluttershy had to drag them back to their temple after numerous horror movies. Even after the Crusaders have stated that they're no longer seeing the vampires, he's keeping an eye on them (not like Gangrel cares about the bunny).

    Chip and Dale 
Chip and Dale, Heralds of the Mouse World (Dale: Rubber Bando)
Their Rescue Rangers outfits

    General Woundwort 
General Woundwort, God of Horrifying Hares (Wheat-stalk, Chaff, Dark One)
His appearance in the 1999-2001 TV series
His appearance in the infamous 70s film
His appearance in the 2018 mini-series
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His scarred eye
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Villainous Valor, Blood Knight, Genius Bruiser
  • Domains: Rabbits, Leadership
  • Followers: Boingo, Dennis, Laplace's Demon
  • Allies: Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog, The Lepus
  • Rivals: Napoleon, Claudandus
  • Enemies: Other benevolent rabbits (especially Hazel and Bugs Bunny), SCP-524, Elmer Fudd, The GochiUsa girls, all Warrior Cats deities
  • Not so different from: Koba
  • Respected by: Hircine
  • General Woundwort is the leader of Efrafa, a warren that Hazel and his companions encounter while looking for other rabbits to be a part of their own warren. Woundwort leads like a brutal dictator, enforcing his strength over the others to ensure that the warren is hidden from humans and that any rabbit that enters can’t get out. After Bigwig infiltrates Efrafa under the guise as a new recruit to Woundwort’s forces to break out some rabbits under Hazel’s orders, he becomes enraged that a traitor found his way in and subsequently takes part in an attack to take down Hazel’s warren, engaging in a brutal battle against Bigwig. The last that has been seen of Woundwort was when he lunged forward towards a rampaging dog, all to solidify his reputation as a hardened, fearless warrior among rabbits.
  • No one was truly certain as to who won the battle between Woundwort and that dog. Even if no one can agree on the consensus of such, the place where the former Efrafa warren was located was still standing when someone was walking across a serene landscape and came across some dilapidated structures. The passerby was in for a nasty surprise when some scary rabbits attacked and the trespasser was forced to run away. Woundwort had since reclaimed the place where Efrafa once stood and even if he lost many of his former troops, he’s looking to rebuild his empire in a land that’s far different from what he was used to.
  • Being in the Pantheon meant that Woundwort’s intentions of creating a place for him to rule over rabbits while hiding from humans was basically impossible since it meant that plenty of different humans will stumble upon his warren, intentionally or otherwise. He then decided that if his warren was to be known by others outside of rabbits, then he was going to fully emphasize how much of a ruthless warrior and leader of Efrafa he is to others. Of course, he hasn’t forgotten about how Hazel and his rabbits were able to survive Woundwort’s machinations and is more than willing to get revenge on them no matter who gets in the way between them.
  • As Woundwort and his rebuilt army patrolled the warren for anything that might stand in their way, a white rabbit wandering around the place got Woundwort’s attention. That rabbit seemingly left the area just as a couple of humans were walking by, with Woundwort looking over the scene intently. That white rabbit then massacred one of the unlucky humans and as the other was trying to flee, he met a bloody end by that same rabbit. Woundwort took a liking to The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog and has recruited him to be a soldier for Efrafa. The Killer Rabbit doesn’t really stay at Efrafa all the time, but his relationship with Woundwort is comparable to an insane, but skilled freelance soldier who will eagerly kill anyone that opposes them if told to do so, something Woundwort has no issue with.
  • His attempt to get SCP-524 on his side is something he considers to be a massive failure on his part. Walter, as the rabbit has been nicknamed by others, is able to eat anything, something that Woundwort was interested in and after Walter somehow ended up in Efrafa, Woundwort decided to take him in. As Walter stayed with Woundwort, the latter noticed that some of his troops went missing without explanation, but what caused Woundwort to truly snap was what happened after he laid out a plan for a siege with SCP-524 playing an important role in it. Things started to go well until Woundwort saw Walter eat some of his own soldiers, prompting Woundwort to call him a traitor and try to stop him. In the midst of all this, Walter disappeared, having eaten himself and Woundwort was forced to retreat with whatever soldiers he had left. In addition to wanting revenge on Hazel and his allies, Woundwort wants nothing more than SCP-524 to be destroyed for being, in Woundwort’s view, nothing more than a self-serving traitor to Efrafa.
    • The Lepus ended up being a group of hungry rabbits that Woundwort found unusual thanks to them being a product of human intervention. More precisely, a serum meant to limit their numbers resulted in those rabbits growing large and going on a rampage without regard towards anything in their way. Compared to what happened when Woundwort tried to get SCP-524 on his side in search of some dangerous rabbits, he knew that it wasn’t possible to get all of The Lepus to work for him and has only settled on trying to get a few of them on his side. Since none of The Lepus are able to really talk to him, one of his Efrafa soldiers ended up being a “translator” so that Woundwort can better understand The Lepus and gradually build his trust among them.
  • Elmer Fudd was minding his own business during a hunting trip (this one had nothing to do with Bugs Bunny at the time) when he saw a rabbit and proceeded to chase it, leading him to Efrafa. Elmer opted not to enter the place and instead set up a trap where some carrots were placed and Elmer was ready to shoot at an appropriate location. Some time had passed and Elmer was surprised to discover that none of the carrots were being taken, so he decided to head back to the Efrafa base, only to discover that all the carrots had disappeared. Elmer was pointing his gun at the entrance of Efrafa in an attempt to get out any rabbits that might be hiding, only to be greeted with a deep voice who lectured him about the hunter and the hunted and by then, Elmer was face-to-face with Woundwort. Woundwort showed no mercy to Elmer and attacked him in a far more brutal manner than what Bugs normally does. Once Elmer got Woundwort off, he saw a bunch of rabbits that were part of Woundwort’s forces and ran away before his (more serious than normal) injuries got worse. The entire ordeal was unnerving for Elmer as he wasn’t used to dealing with someone who was not only very calculated about his plans, but also much more direct about the violence they act on.
    • Some time following that incident, Bugs Bunny was burrowing underground and ended up in Efrafa, having made yet another wrong turn from his intended destination. He then saw Woundwort glaring at him, though Bugs was able to keep his cool for the duration of his meeting with him. Woundwort was able to tell that bugs really didn’t look like an ordinary rabbit from his appearance and was very suspicious of him, especially since Bugs knows about Hazel and his warren. Not taking any chances, Woundwort sent some of his soldiers to take care of Bugs. The wabbit was able to outsmart Woundwort’s soldiers and damage part of Efrafa in the process, furthering Woundwort’s hatred of Bugs and the wabbit was more than aware that Woundwort was going to be another recurring issue to deal with, especially where the safety of Hazel and the others are concerned.
  • With his imposing appearance, scars on his body, and overall tyrannical behavior, Woundwort is nowhere near the cute rabbit that many have been used to. His initial encounter with Hoto Cocoa and her friends, which started when a wandering Cocoa encountered him when he was resting and took him to get medical treatment after mistaking him for an abused and abandoned rabbit, was something that wasn’t going to go away from the latter group’s memories. Woundwort found himself in an unfamiliar place in a cage next to some other rabbits, his rage building up over what he perceived to be a kidnapping. Loud noises came from where Woundwort was at and by the time Cocoa and her friends entered the room, it was a mess and Woundwort had already left the area. Kirima Sharo looked out the window and was terrified upon seeing a dark rabbit with scars run back to whence he came and although Cocoa was at first disappointed that the rabbit she found didn’t want his injuries to be fixed, she and her friends decided not to get involved with anything related to Woundwort for their own safety.
  • Even if Woundwort shares some of the same leadership qualities as that of Napoleon and Claudandus, he has no interest in working with them. Napoleon does have some interest in Woundwort, especially where brute force is concerned, and thinks that he would be useful in keeping the pig’s own tyrannical. After learning how treacherous Napoleon really is, Woundwort developed a hatred of the pig, though Napoleon is still keeping an eye on him to take full advantage of him later. As for Claudandus, even though he is still interested in a society ruled entirely by cats, he finds Woundwort to be stubbornly volatile, but no less intriguing for someone that’s merely considered to be prey by others. Knowing that Efrafa was going to get attacked by Claudandus and his cats, Woundwort has taken the necessary measures to defend the place from them.
    • As far as psychopathic animals are concerned, Koba was someone who Woundwort found similar to in some ways, thanks to both having prominent scars and enjoying going into battle no matter how many casualties there are. While Woundwort presumably built up his reputation for being a merciless individual, Koba betrayed Caesar all to wipe out humans for making him who he is. It became clear that Woundwort couldn’t trust Koba, but the bonobo does want Woundwort to be much more active in ensuring his adversaries are destroyed, especially other humans.
  • Firestar and his allies find Woundwort to be very reprehensible given how his militaristic character and ruthlessness is similar to one of their primary enemies, Tigerstar. While Woundwort doesn’t like Firestar and his friends all that much, he has a special hatred towards Scourge, another adversary of Firestar’s. Even if Scourge has a bloodthirsty attitude that would earn Woundwort’s approval and Scourge himself even tried to set up a potential alliance with the rabbit for his own sake, such an opportunity for the two to work together went to waste after Woundwort learned that Scourge killed Tigerstar for the sake of more power and Woundwort wasn’t going to allow anyone to usurp his position. A brutal fight between the two once talks fell apart only added to their animosity and Woundwort and Scourge won’t hesitate to kill each other if they meet again.
  • Hircine has taken a special liking towards Woundwort, finding his behavior distinct from what prey like rabbits normally have. The Daedric Prince is very interested in seeing what happens in a hunt, especially if a presumed prey ends up besting the hunter in some capacity. Seeing Woundwort, his brutal disposition, and mercilessness towards anyone that threatens him has earned him the approval of Hircine. While Woundwort doesn’t appear to be aware of Hircine (and is more bemused than anything at the idea of a godlike entity dedicated to overseeing hunts), it hasn’t changed his overall view of never backing down in a fight when pushed into one.

    Mrs. Brisby 
Mrs. Brisby, Goddess of Nice Mice (Elizabeth Brisby, Mrs. Jonathan Brisby, Mrs. Frisby)
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: The Stone and her red cape
  • Theme Song: "Flying Dreams"
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Nice Mice, Reluctant Action Mom, Distress Ball, Hysterical Woman only from circumstances, Nice Girl, Shrinking Violet, Mama Bear
  • Domains: Mice, Niceness, Mothers
  • Superior: Don Bluth
  • High Priests: Jaq and Gus
  • Followers: Chuck E. Cheese, Alexander, the Eftirmatur family, Stuart Little, Mighty Mouse
  • Heralds: Timothy/Timmy, Martin, Teresa and Cynthia (her children), Jeremy the Crow (her friend), Auntie Shrew (her babysitter)
  • Allies: Nicodemus, Remy, Fievel Mouskewitz, Charlie Barkin, Dumbo, Basil and Dawson, Pinky, Pikachu, Jerry, Mickey Mouse, Speedy Gonzalez, Ducky, Bernard and Bianca, all other mouse gods in the Pantheon
  • Uneasy Around: The Brain, Tiger
  • Enemies: Ratigan, Tom, The Grand Duke of Owls
  • A kind, beautiful widow and mother of four children, she's very beloved in the Hall of Mammals, especially by her fellow mice. Jerry in particular has tried several time to get her to go on a date with him, but she's always politely declined, and is skeptical that anyone could ever take the place of her late husband, Johnathan.
  • Occasionally she's sought out for help on rescue missions from Bernard and Bianca because of her powerful necklace, the Stone, which temporarily gives her telekinetic power and the ability to produce fire. Using its power causes severe burns to her body, and as such she only ever agrees to use it in life-or-death situations. She's also sometimes invited to be a taste tester for some of Remy's cooking, and as a character witness by detective Basil thanks to her unflinching honesty and connection to almost every mouse and rat in the pantheon.
  • She has a fear of owls, not helped at all by the fact that The Grand Duke of Owls has attempted to eat her several times. Luckily, he can't get near her while the Stone is around her neck, which has only lead the Duke to covet her necklace for his own nefarious needs.
  • On top of being afraid of owls, she's also terrified of cats, to the point that she can't stop shaking when even someone as benign as Fievel's friend Tiger is in the same room as her. Her fear isn't helped by the fact that her husband was killed by a particularly monstrous cat named Dragon. Despite that, she's been trying to work on this fear so she can meet new people.
  • She has mixed feelings about The Brain; unlike most, she doesn't dismiss the idea that one of his plots to take over the world will succeed some day, and sees him as a real threat. On the other hand, Mrs. Brisby is one of the few people that The Brain is impeccably mannered around, making her wonder whether his world domination attempts might just be his way of dealing with his rotten lot in life.
  • Unlike her view of The Brain, however, she has a completely negative view of Ratigan and his proclivities of kidnapping the fathers of children. She also dislikes his bigoted view of rats, having met many friends during her encounters with the rats of NIMH. He strongly reminds her of Jenner.
  • Ducky is particularly fond of her because of how much she reminds her of her own mother. Mrs. Brisby is always happy to see her, but not always happy that she keeps trying to invite her to the Dominion of the Great Valley where she tends to get tangled up in another fear of hers: getting squashed.
  • Having only some of her husband's teachings for an education, she's just a hair above being illiterate. After becoming determined to learn to read to set a better example for her children, she's lately been seeking someone in the pantheon to be her reading teacher. She hasn't decided who, yet; only that they are probably in the House of Knowledge.

Professor Padriac Ratigan, God of Repulsive Rats (The World's Greatest Criminal Mind, the Napoleon of Crime)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His cape and hat
  • Theme Music: The World's Greatest Criminal Mind; alternatively, Goodbye, So Soon
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Faux Affably Evil, Prefers “Big Mouse”, Sissy Villain, Evil Is Hammy, Would Hurt a Child, Evil Brit, Evil Genius, The Sociopath, Villainous Breakdown
  • Domains: Villainy, Ham, Schemes
  • Herald: Felicia the Cat
  • Followers: Gregory, Cluny the Scourge, Verminous Skumm
  • Allies: James Moriarty, Katz, Dag
  • Enemies:
  • Strictly business with: Bletch and Trevor of The Feebles
  • Professor Padriac Ratigan is a devious criminal of Britain’s rodent population and the arch-enemy of Basil, who has been trying to put him behind bars for a long time. Looking to fully achieve his goals, Ratigan kidnaps a toymaker and forces him to make a robotic replica of the mouse queen while having the real queen kidnapped so that he can rule over the other mice. When the toymaker’s daughter calls on Basil and Dawson to search for her missing dad, Ratigan figured it would be a perfect opportunity to finally rid himself of his sworn enemies while he rose to the top. Although Ratigan’s plans ended in failure and him falling off the Big Ben, it goes without saying that Ratigan is a cold-hearted criminal mastermind that’s willing to harm even children to get what he wants.
  • A kidnapping had occurred in the animal kingdom and authorities are left at a dead end as to who caused it and what they were after. Basil and Dawson were hired to investigate and it didn’t take long for them to discover that Ratigan was planning something and that he was hellbent on revenge over his prior defeat. The two mouse detectives ended up at an abandoned factory, presumably where Ratigan and his victim were at. Some lights suddenly came on and it was there that Ratigan had Judy Hopps and Nick Wilde hostage, with Ratigan trying to use them as bait in order to make the leaders of a city of animals surrender their leadership role to him. Ratigan then put himself in another fight with Basil, threatening to throw him in an incinerator as Dawson did his best to free Judy and Nick from the trap without putting them in further danger. Just as Ratigan was about to defeat Basil for good, Judy intervened and Ratigan grew enraged that another plan of his was falling apart. Later on, the building began to collapse and while Judy, Nick, Basil, and Dawson were able to escape, Ratigan got crushed by the falling structures. He was eventually able to get himself out of the rubble well after the four escaped, swearing further revenge on Basil for making a fool out of him again.
  • Much like how Basil and Dawson are the mouse equivalents to Sherlock Holmes and John Watson, Ratigan is the mouse counterpart to James Moriarity, being a devious criminal mastermind and arch-enemy to the detective. Ratigan would later meet up with the real Moriarity via a mousehole inside one of Moriarity's hideouts, with Moriarity surprised to see not only a fancily dressed rat appear, but to learn that said rat fancies himself as an equivalent to Moriarity. That said, Moriarity was more than willing to lend some aid to someone very similar to him and Ratigan has taken a lot of Moriarity’s advice on how to pull off some devious schemes.
  • Not only has Ratigan been pursued by Basil and Dawson, but a number of other detectives have gone after him much to his annoyance. In addition to the real Sherlock Holmes and Dr. Watson having traced some crimes to Ratigan (who they consider to be a very likely accomplice to Moriarity), Sherlock Hound has pinpointed some crimes committed by Ratigan, with the rat being very annoyed at the fact that a dog version of Sherlock exists in addition to a mouse version of such. Of all the detectives in the Pantheon, Ratigan has a strong hatred of Detective Pikachu for not only being another mouse detective alongside Basil and Dawson, but the fact that the Pokémon is able to provide some strong support for the two meant that a lot of Ratigan’s plots have been foiled whenever Detective Pikachu is involved. A good number of Ratigan’s plots have involved not only trying to kill Basil and Dawson, but to have Detective Pikachu dead as well.
  • Mrs. Brisby and Nicodemus see Ratigan as a danger to the mouse world with his criminal activity and how much he’s willing to put innocents at danger to gain more power. Nicodemus got to understand firsthand what Ratigan was willing to use while helping Basil and Dawson with a case of theirs that had Ratigan involved and some time after that incident, he told Brisby about Ratigan and how similar the rat is to Jenner in terms of seeking power for themselves. Brisby became worried that Ratigan would not only target her and her family as part of a potential plan of his, but that he would try to get rid of Nicodemus and has done what she can to prevent Ratigan from turning her and Nicodemus into victims of his crimes.
  • Ironically, in the original book series, he was revealed to be a mouse.
  • A group of rodents who Ratigan quickly despised was The Rescue Rangers, with its members being Gadget Hackwrench, Monterey Jack, Chip, and Dale, for constantly interfering with his plans. The team finds his plans for power to be very dangerous and haven’t hesitated in springing to action whenever he’s active, with Gadget Hackwrench, the team’s mechanic, harboring a special hatred of him over kidnapping a toymaker and forcing him to make a robotic replica of a mouse queen as part of Ratigan’s bid for power. Another team of rescue rodents, the duo of Miss Bianca and Bernard, have gotten involved in thwarting his schemes and rescuing any children he kidnaps in the process. His attempt at kidnapping Fievel Mousekewitz earned Ratigan not only the duo’s ire, but Fievel became afraid of him since that encounter and has avoided him at all costs.
  • Even though Tom and Jerry have had multiple conflicts with each other, both of them want nothing to do with Ratigan’s plans. Ratigan once attempted to get Tom to work for him, hoping to have another cat at his side, but Tom rejected the offer, not wanting to get involved in much more dangerous schemes. This didn’t sit well with Ratigan and Jerry being a crafty little mouse that can hinder his plans made the rat just a bit more furious. If Tom and Jerry have already worked with Sherlock Holmes in the past to stop one of Moriarity’s plots, then the two are willing to work together to stop a rat version of Moriarity from pulling off something similar, if not more deadly.
  • In case it wasn’t obvious enough, Ratigan is widely hated among the other rodents of the Pantheon because of how remorseless he is in being a criminal mastermind within the wider animal kingdom. Remy the Rat has nothing positive to say about Ratigan, especially after his restaurant got involved in a hostage situation and Basil and Dawson had to get Remy out of trouble and set things back to normal. Speedy Gonzales has become a recurring nuisance for Ratigan as his speediness has thwarted some of Ratigan’s plots and Speedy has even claimed that Ratigan gives mice and rats a bad name. As for Mickey Mouse, he has gotten involved in stopping some of Ratigan’s schemes (one of them was an attempt at forcing Minnie Mouse to marry him, which earned him Mickey’s further scorn) and knew that the rat wasn’t to be taken lightly.
  • Despite being a cat, Doraemon is very afraid of mice because a robotic version of one bit off his ear. While many of the other friendly rodents in the Pantheon are enough to make him worried (though he has done his best to not act up in front of them), Ratigan is one rodent that Doraemon is terrified of given the rat’s malicious demeanor. Ratigan is greatly irritated with how much advanced technology Doraemon has at his disposal and even if Doraemon isn’t completely competent, Ratigan is suspicious that someone will use Doraemon’s abilities as a means of foiling his plans and has done whatever he can to get the robot cat off his tail.
  • Ratigan ended up finding some unusual crime partners in the form of Bletch the Walrus and Trevor the Rat. After witnessing the pair in action, he wanted to talk to Trevor and although the latter was rather aggressive during their initial conversation, Bletch was willing to accept Ratigan’s offer for the partnership and the result was them increasing their criminal influence across parts of the Pantheon very slightly. Trevor has been more than willing to call Ratigan a “soft rat” in his face, but Bletch has discouraged him from doing that, citing Ratigan’s genius as a benefit for their business.
  • The wide scope of the Pantheon has allowed Ratigan to come up with schemes much wilder than his previous ones. One noticeably failed attempt to gain more power was trying to marry Thumbelina, hoping that it would gain him more access to unknown parts of the Pantheon. Ever since that botched attempt, Thumbelina considers Ratigan to be much worse than the numerous unwanted suitors she had to put up with. As for other potential friends for Ratigan to make, he got along swimmingly with Katz thanks to an offer wherein the Katz Motel (and other “business ventures” operated by Katz) can be used as a death trap for Basil and Dawson. By his own admission, Katz does enjoy Ratigan’s much more feral form since it meant a lot more carnage was likely to happen.
  • Dag ended up being another vicious animal that Ratigan got along with rather well. Although Ratigan is capable of being very vicious, Dag didn’t believe that the rat was vicious enough and decided to show him how to be a real terror in the animal kingdom. Dag did a good job at showing Ratigan how to be merciless until Otis showed up and started to humiliate Dag. Despite Ratigan helping out, it wasn’t enough for Dag to overpower Otis and his friends and the two wrongdoers were driven out of the barn they were at. In spite of the initial failure of a demonstration, Dag does believe that Ratigan showcasing his feral side more often will make him more of a threat than before.


    Folktails and Iron Teeth 
The Folktails & Iron Teeth, Divine Races of Busy Beavers
A Folktail
An Iron Tooth

  • Quasideities
  • Symbols: A tree (Folktails) and a cog (Iron Teeth) inside tilted squares
  • Theme music: We Are Timberborn
  • Alignment: Folktails are True Neutral; Iron Teeth are Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Animal Is the New Man, Civilized Animals, Color-Coded for Your Convenience, Accessory-Wearing Cartoon Animal (but only in their artwork), can build robots, Foils to each other, update 4 gave them completely different food items, Planet of Hats
  • Domains: Beavers, Construction and Management Games, post-apocalyptic settings, lumberpunk, metal, farming
  • Allies: Paul Bunyan, the Octonauts
  • Enemies: Hexxus, Dune
  • Pity:
  • Annoyed by: Fortress Dwarves
  • Banned from:
  • The Earth is plagued by droughts, and humanity is extinct. Beavers became the new sapient species in their place, building settlements around the precious few bodies of water left. Two major beaver nations are called the Folktails and the Iron Teeth.
    • The Folktails are easy-going farmers whose motto is "Comfort, food, and sturdy wood." Their factories are powered by water wheels and wind turbines, they've domesticated bees to pollinate their crops, and they can irrigate land to make it fertile. They follow in the ways of Ma' Ngonel, a grandmotherly beaver known for her sternness and cooking skills.
    • The Iron Teeth are industrial and industrious. Their motto is "work hard, work hard", and every aspect of their lives is treated like a cog in a machine. They're born from breeding pods, their food is heavily processed in factories, and they build advanced machinery using metal scavenged from ruins. One of these machines is the engine, which generates power by burning logs. They follow the ways of Ol' Kazko, a historical beaver who pushed for industrialisation.
  • One day, twelve Iron Teeth and twelve Folktails strolled into a meadow in the House of Beasts and Fauna, hoping to build new settlements there. Unfortunately, they didn't realise they'd chosen the same area until they started cutting the trees down. As a compromise, they agreed that each faction would only be allowed to build on one side of the river.
    • These settlements became their temples, and anyone who sees them agrees they're marvels of engineering. They not only built lodges and barracks to live in, but also water pumps, power generators, lumber mills, farmhouses, food processors, and more to keep everything running. Then, they built a few inventor huts so they could research more kinds of buildings, starting with stairs. Beavers are masters of vertical building. The Iron Teeth are currently searching the Pantheon for sources of metal so they can build a Tribute to Ingenuity, a giant monument that depicts an ironbot on top of a beaver.
  • Beavers believe that humans drove themselves to extinction. They lived in a world of fresh air and clean water, but threw it all away, leaving only scrap metal behind. Beavers see them as a failure to learn from, and try to manage their resources responsibly so they'll be here to stay. Being more cynical, the Iron Teeth's very first ally was Doctor Zaius, who believes that humans are inherently destructive.
  • ...So it was very awkward when the beavers discovered that the Pantheon is full of actual, living humans. Despite this, both factions get along well with Paul Bunyan, a lumberjack who's endured the harshest that Mother Nature has to offer. They love listening to his tall tales around a campfire in the evening.
  • Being friends to all aquatic life, the Octonauts get along well with both factions. The Folktails gravitate towards Turnip, who likes to help them plant and harvest their crops. The Iron Teeth get along best with Tweak, who's an expert at building machines. She gave them the blueprints to build a submarine, and she occasionally visits the Folktails to eat their carrots.
  • Beavers need to replant trees to have a sustainable source of lumber. As a result, even the Iron Teeth hate gods who relish in senseless destruction, such as Hexxus and Dune. Fortunately, the former is banned from the House of Beasts and Fauna, so he won't be destroying their lumber forests anytime soon.
  • If there are any gods the beavers can't stand, it's the Fortress Dwarves. The dwarves dig holes throughout the Pantheon, and have nearly destroyed the foundations of their temples on multiple occasions. The Iron Teeth have mastered fermentation, but they only use it to make long-lasting, mass-produced food, so the dwarves' debauchery appals them.
  • Folktails only:
    • They get along well with other hard-working farmers, such as Applejack, the Farmer, and Johnny Appleseed. The Folktails bake special batches of maple pastries whenever Applejack comes to visit, and she likes to share them with her friends. What she's heard about Ma' Ngonel reminds her of her grandmother, Granny Smith. The Farmer supplies them with surplus crops whenever there's a drought, and in turn, the Folktails help him deliver crops to the rest of the Pantheon during times of plenty. One day, Johnny Appleseed came to their meadow to plant an apple tree. The beavers loved how crunchy the apples were, and he told them the legend of how he planted apple trees across North America.
    • Barry B. Benson was shocked when he learned the Folktails kept beehives, but they assured him that they don't steal the bees' honey. Word of this soon spread, and Team Snakemouth came to visit and tried striking up a conversation with the Folktails' bees. It was very awkward, but the Folktails like to hear stories about Team Snakemouth's travels.
  • Iron Teeth only:
    • Lady Eboshi, who led a militarised industrialisation project, respects the Iron Teeth for their work ethic. She likes to visit their temple from time to time and watch them go about their day, though she's politely declined all the food they've offered her, such as fermented mushrooms and algae rations. Despite their engineering prowess, the Iron Teeth aren't interested in her plans to make better firearms.
    • The Iron Teeth prioritise their industrial complexes over nature. This has earned them the ire of Captain Planet and the Planeteers, who have fought against many enemies who exploit the environment; and San, who fought to protect her home forest from Lady Eboshi's encroaching mining town. They're also banned from the Hall of Trees and Flowers in case they try to reshape it to suit their needs.
    • They pity Handy, who tries to do construction even though he has no arms. Since the Iron Teeth are expert machine-builders, they built him a pair of prosthetic ones. He broke them almost instantly. And then cut himself on the shrapnel. It wasn't pretty.