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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)
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    Bunnymund 
E. Aster Bunnymund, Rabbit-God of Easter (Easter Bunny, Kangaroo)
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  • Rank: Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His two boomerangs crossed with each other
  • Theme Song:
  • 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:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Pitch Black, Sub-house of Cruelty & 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 sub-house of Cruelty & 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" huntings, 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 apporached 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 suprised 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 suprised 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 seeeing 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.

Lesser Gods

    Killer Rabbit 
The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog, God of Little, Lethal Creatures (The most foul, cruel and bad tempered rodent you ever set eyes on)
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"Look at the bones!"
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A bloodstained white rabbit
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Badass Adorable, Deadly Fluffy White Bunnies, Arthurian Legend, Ascended to Carnivorism
  • Domains: Bunnies, Murder, Cuteness
  • Followers: Infernal Spawn of Evil[[note]] and its adorable spawn, Vorpal Rabbits, The Fury, Bunnicula, Coney Dewclaw, Bun-Bun
  • Superior: Monty Python
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: SCP-524
  • Enemies: King Arthur, Sir Lancelot, the Catachan Devil, Reisen Udongein Inaba, Springtrap, Hoto Cocoa, Kafuu Chino, Tedeza Rize, Ujimatsu Chiya and Kirima Sharo
  • Master: Tewi Inaba
  • Fears: John Marston
  • Ascended to the immortal plain upon meeting its Achilles' Heel: High explosives, charged with a powerful divine blessing.
  • Even the Catachan Devil avoids it, since it's not sure of its chances and it doesn't wanna lose to a freaking bunny.
  • Constantly tries to take over the house owned by Useless Little Bunny Only Good For Her Sex Appeal to ensure its dominance as the only God of Bunnies. However, its attempts always end in eye contact with Reisen and reliving its destruction with high explosives.
  • His flesh-eating ways and tendency to wreak carnage completely traumatized Fluttershy, Friend to All Living Things, when she tried to pet the cute little white bunny and it didn't work out too well. Thankfully, The Stare kicked in on time to prevent her from being mangled and devoured.
  • Rumor has it that Bun-Bun seeks to usurp him.
  • Arturia hates him with a passion, as Deadpool will never stop mentioning how her knights were beaten by it.
  • Despite its fearsome reputation, there are those who would still willingly challenge it to combat. A group of six mighty warriors gained much fame by besting the beast in combat without the use of holy explosives.
  • For whatever reason, he has gained enough hatred forwards Steve? that in rare occasions he will exit his temple in order to bite his face off.
  • When Reisen stepped out of her position as the Goddess of Bunnies, The Killer Rabbit tried to kill Rabbit in order to become the God of Rabbits, thinking that Reisen was completely gone. However, Reisen quickly blasted The Rabbit of Carbannog before anything would happen.
  • Tried to attack Hibari, or more accurately, the bunny which she can summon. He ended getting shocked by the bunny before Hibari kicked him away.
  • The one bunny-related creature it has never once attacked is Springtrap. He beats out even it in the scariness department.
  • One day, Tewi have come infront of his cave to meet him. Chasing the intruder away, the Rabbit have come to attack her. After a bout of fighting that involed a carrot and Holy Hand Grenade, he have been captured by Tewi and forced to become her's surbodinate.
    • The Rabbit feared no deity (except those wielding the Holy Hand Grenade), until the day John Marston arrived. At first, the Rabbit thought him an easy kill as he was fast and immune to bullets. All that changed with a double unload of Dead Eye-infused Buffalo Rifle shots with blessed phosphorous bullets. All the Rabbit remembered after it was revived in the House of Life and Death was a huge headache and the flash of blue phosphorus. Since then, it stays as far away from the ex-outlaw, even if Tewi forbade John to come near it again.

    Miyamoto Usagi 
Miyamoto Usagi, God of Righteous Rabbits (Usagi Yojimbo, You Suckey Your Jimbo)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His blue ki
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Expy of Miyamoto Musashi, Cultured Warrior, White Bunny, Ronin, Master Swordsman, Good Is Not Soft
  • Domains: Law, Good, Honor, Animal, War
  • 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 Ronin only sweetened the deal. Usagi had heard tales of the God of Ronin, 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.
  • Can never get away with being called You Suckey Your Jimbo by the Nostalgic Critic.
  • 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.

    Twitch 
Twitch, God of Mean Rats (the Plague Rat, Sneakrat, Shitrat)
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Demigods

    Angel Bunny 
Angel Bunny, God of White Bunnies
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    Chip and Dale 
Chip and Dale, Heralds of the Mouse World (Dale: Rubber Bando)
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    Mrs. Brisby 
Mrs. Brisby, Goddess of Nice Mice (Elizabeth Brisby, Mrs. Jonathan Brisby, Mrs. Frisby)
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  • 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
  • Followers: Chuck E. Cheese, Alexander, Jaq and Gus, the Eftirmatur family, Bernard and Bianca, Roquefort, Timothy Q. Mouse, Reepicheep, Desperaux, Stuart Little, Wee Widow Mouse, The Mauzherz, Pipsy Mouse, Plusle and Minun, Mattie the Mouse, Mighty Mouse
  • Allies: Remy, Fievel Mouskewitz, Charlie Barkin, Dumbo, Basil and Dawson, Pinky, Pikachu, Jerry, Mickey Mouse, Speedy Gonzalez, Ducky, 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 House 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.

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Quasideities

    Rabbit (Winnie the Pooh) 
Rabbit, God of Rabbits (El Kuneho, Rabbie)
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: A carrot
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: A rabbit named Rabbit, Jerkass with a soft side, Only Sane Rabbit, Ambiguously Gay, Grumpy Rabbit, Super OCD, Control Freak, Token Jerkass Teammate, constantly getting the end of the stick of misfortune
  • Domains: Gardens, Rabbits, Jerks
  • Herald: Kessie (a blue jay, his surrogate daughter)
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
    • (in general) Crows
    • (ascended) The Rabbit of Caerbannog, Trollkaiger, Springtrap
    • (non-ascended) Heff Heffalump, Stan Woozle, The Pack Rats
  • The third member of the 100 Acre Wood gang to ascend, Rabbit mainly tries to stay out of events in the pantheon to work on his garden. He would only allow those he can trust into his temple, though many gods would just get in through the "back door" anyways.
    • Rabbit has started to really consider widening his "front door", considering Pooh got stuck in it more than once.
  • If Rabbit is within earshot whenever a god is telling a story, expect something bad to happen to him! One inaccurate telling of "The Three Little Pigs" even ended with him drenched in Hunny.
  • Although he is always willing to give Pooh some Hunny, Rabbit always tries to keep a stash hidden for emergency situations. One example was when Pooh was struck with amnesia, and it was believed that feeding Pooh with the emergency Hunny would help cure it. It didn't work, but Pooh regained some of his memories, anyway.
  • Never, ever, mess with Rabbit's garden. Especially if you're an insect, a crow, or Tigger. While pulling pumpkins or cabbages out of the garden can net the vandal with some Elixirs, Rabbit will be outraged if this happens. He hates Murkrows for that very reason.
    • One incident back in the 100-Acre Wood that especially ticked Rabbit off was when Pooh, Tigger, Piglet, and Gopher played pirates and dug a hole in the garden, then knocked him into the hole by accident. Rabbit's reaction: "I am not going to get mad. I AM GOING TO TEACH THEM A LESSON"!
      • There is one crow that Rabbit knows to not mess with, and that's the one that belongs to Eric Draven. Not only is it magical in nature, but since it's connected to Eric's undead status (and ability to regenerate from any and all wounds), Rabbit knows that having an undead vigilante whose avatar was Bruce Lee's son is not someone you want to provoke. Thankfully, Draven could care less about Rabbit's gardening troubles.
  • Probably the biggest offense was when Trollkaiger deliberately provoked Jareth into summoning his Cleaners and tricked it into chasing them throughout the pantheon, including through Rabbit's garden.
  • His ascension did not happen without problems; The Killer Rabbit of Caerbannog tried to kill him and take the position for himself, thinking that Reisen Udongein Inaba, the previous holder of the position, was completely gone. But Reisen just became the Goddess of Lunar Rabbits in House of Otherness (and has since moved to the Ancient Beasts subhouse of the House of Beasts), so she was still around to blast him away before he could even get near Rabbit.
    • After that mess was settled, Pooh wandered over to greet Rabbit. After the scare he had just received, Rabbit, for his part, was very happy to see Pooh. From then on, Pooh had begun to visit him frequently, which Rabbit both appreciates and dreads, because even though he considers Pooh a very good friend, the bear of very little brain seems to have a bad habit of cleaning out Rabbit's Hunny... Since Pooh sometimes loses pots of Hunny to Trollkaiger's bullying, Rabbit has put them on his List of People Never to Let Near His Home, as he has started to suspect they're doing that to force Pooh to seek him out and clean out his pantry. Rabbit is grateful that he thought of keeping an emergency stash.
      • And when Tigger came along, by crashing into him, he just rolled his eyes and knew that things were about to get even crazier.
  • Is scared out of his wits by Springtrap, who looks a lot like a zombie-robot version of him.
    • And he's now terrified of Uncle Howee since Rabbit once had a voice similar to the Kid's Show Host, not to mention there's those theories as to what Uncle Howee's true origins are...
  • He's very grateful for Christopher Robin's ascension, as it meant that he didn't have to keep his stock of hunny for Pooh all the time.
  • One day, while picking carrots, he thought he heard a voice call him "Rabbie." This made him jump and he learned to find that Kessie, a blue jay he once took care of, has now become his herald. Those who were there to see it, could find Rabbit weeping at the site of seeing her again.


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