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    The Bakers 
The Bakers Members , Unholy Family of Hillbilly Horrors (Jack: The Swamp Man)
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Left to Right: Lucas, Jack and Marguerite.
  • Intermediate Deities (Jack is closer to Greater given his stronger Regeneration and Mutation)
  • Symbol: An improvised Weapon (Jack), a Swarm of Insects (Marguerite) and a Clown Mannequin (Lucas)
  • Theme Song: Garage (Jack), Lucas Boss Fight
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil, formerly Neutral Good (Lucas is actually Neutral Evil and always was)
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy, Brainwashed and Crazy, Cannibal Clan, Deep South, Disease Bleach, The Family That Slays Together, Eat human flesh, Laughing Mad, No Good Deed Goes Unpunished, Tragic Villain
  • Domains: Family, Southerners, Cannibals, Infestation, Mind Control, Strength
  • Followers: the Angel Gang, the Buckners, the Altruist Cult
  • Allies: Leatherface, Lionel Starkweather, Piggsy
  • Enemies: Chris Redfield (Mostly for Lucas), Joel and Ellie, Gambit, Simon Henriksson, The Parr Family
  • Acquiantanced with: Albert Wesker (Mostly Lucas)
  • Interested in: Alma Wade, Samantha Maxis, Erma
  • Meet the Baker Family, a family of lunatics and murderers who one day showed up in the pantheon and caused a big ruckus after they starting kidnapping and murdering random passerbys. They were eventually apprehended and relocated to a temple (Which was designed to be an exact copy of the Baker State) so they could keep them at least contained in one place. The history of why the Bakers are like this is hard to explain, the used to be normal people who just wanted to help those who were part of a shipwreck near his home and Jack ended up finding Eveline, who proceed to brainwash and infect them, turning them into what they are today.
  • It's always advised to not approach their residence, not because they are protective of it but because of being very dangerous psychopats and being caught up in their home won't be pretty. Even then, they can easily go seek out someone and kidnap them to add more to their "family".
    • For anyone who gets caught up with the Bakers, they usually keep them trapped and try to give them "Eveline's gift", which either kills them or transform them into one of the molded. There could be worse fates, like being forced to play various of Lucas Deadly Games.
  • The ascended members aren't actually the only members of the family. Jack's and Marguerite's daughter Zoe wasn't with them, and with good reason since her infection wasn't as strong as the other members of her family. There is also Joe Baker, Jack's older brother who lives isolated in the banks of the marshes and apparently never figured out that his brother's family was being infected by a virus.
  • Consider Leatherface to be an honorary member given their shared horror settings, plus Jack is also prone to use chainsaws. They usually invite him over to their house to keep the "guests" in check and nobody escapes, similar to what his family orders him to do.
    • The same could be said about Piggsy, who they have fed him with some of their victims to keep him sated. How they met Piggsy was different though, as Lionel Starkweather was stoked to make a documentary about the Baker's everyday life and as a bonus can keep Piggsy tied somewhere where he won't make a big mess.
  • While all three members are violent and sadistic people who won't hesitate to murder people, they nonetheless received a lot of sympathy because they used to be just regular and well-meaning people who were unjustly punished by being brainwashed by Eveline. This doesn't apply to Lucas though for other particular reasons.
  • There were a few particular deities that the Bakers were obssessed with, mostly given their uncanny resemblance to Eveline. Alma Wade was the first one, both Jack and Marguerite tried to take her back home which got them thrown into the Almaverse (Lucas was smart enough to bail out before anything happened) but surprisingly they survived their encounter, possibly thanks to their insane Healing Factor and Alma just let them go when they understood she didn't want to be bothered.
    • The second one was Samantha Maxis, she was much nicer than Alma but the zombies that resided in her temple were not. It wasn't that a big deal for the Bakers, after all their house is filled with Molded which are very similar and they don't cause much trouble to them, but because of Samantha's essence being bound to the M.P.D. they weren't able to bring her with them.
    • The third one was Erma, who was just perplexed that these people started calling her "Eveline" or "Daughter" and just tried to avoid them. Eventually Jack tried to kidnap her, which made Erma lash out at him but Jack shrugged off most of it, until Erma gave up and just phased through him since her attack weren't working.
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  • Exclusive to Marguerite
    • The Matriarch of the Baker family, Marguerite is not as strong as her husband Jack or as smart and cunning as her son Lucas but she instead has a swarm of infected insect following her around. She always sets up hives in key point of her temple and even outside in the pantheon and the wasps usually attack anyone who gets close to it. She doesn't take well when someone destroys them, with incident reported that she has murdered quite a few pantheon dwellers for daring to do that.
    • Another way to piss off Marguerite is to reject her food, even if it's totally gross and unpleasant she will waste no time in murdering anyone who badmouths her dishes, even her children aren't excempt from this. This trait already existed way before her infection but it wasn't as bad back then.
    • She seems to be familiar with many of the pantheonic insects that reside in the House of Insects, particularly wasps who often follow her around so she is in good terms with Queen Sectonia, Beedrill and Swarm. She is also acquiantanced with the sister house of Arthropods, mostly the Centipede creatures like Scolipede and the Mikami.
    • If pushed too far, Marguerite would assume a more deranged form akin to a spider. It has digusted a fair number of deities considering how her crotch (and and weak spot) is filled with maggots.
  • Exclusive to Lucas
    • The son of Jack and Marguerite and arguably the worst of the three in terms of callousness, Lucas is both sadistic and insane and he likes to force people into playing his sick games, mostly because he just feels like to. Originally he was the sole Baker who managed to escape unscathed but he was later taken down by Chris Redfield after he decided to go after him and because Lucas killed three of his men in very gruesome ways. Lucas didn't go down without a fight but Chris proved to be the superior of the two and won in the end, something which pisses Lucas a lot and swears he will get back at Chris.
    • Contrary to the rest of the Bakers, Lucas broke off Eveline's Hive Mind and is totally Not Brainwashed. The only reason he kept the facade is that he just enjoyed all the cruel things he did and he was always a Jerkass anyway, even if Eveline's infection turned him into a huge psychopath.
      • There is also his ties with the Connections, which were severed after he was killed by Chris and even then, they are not too happy that he just murdered all the personnel they sent to work for Lucas just because he felt like it. Instead, Lucas has been in contact with Wesker, since he is interested in knowing about his relationship with the Connections and also wants to get back at Chris.
    • His MO is very similar to the likes of the Jigsaw Killer, the Riddler and Junko Enoshima, which Lucas wasted no time in making friends with. Even then, he is fully aware that they aren't the most trustworthy of fellows and they feel the exact same about Lucas, so their alliance has been a rocky one (Not helping Lucas' tendency to off anyone who works for him)
      • At least with Junko they get along better than with the other two, mostly that they aren't actually that different (Junko also has that bad habit). In turn, those who has been to the Killing Game hate Lucas as much as Junko, he even might more dangerous than her considering his mutations. Lucas isn't afraid of a bunch of teenagers anyway, and if they try to stop him he will just subject them to his "Happy Birthday" game.
    • His part of the temple is filled with explosives and booby traps. He got really paranoid ever since he was killed and prefers to be alone else someone goes looking for him. He is also a Dirty Coward and prefers to not engage someone head on unless it's the only option.
    • Likes Clowns, the evil ones at least, considering he carries with him a creepy clown mannequin that resides in his temple (specifically the "Happy Birthday" room).
  • They can also be found at Fear.
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    Ogre 
Ogre, God of Generic Mesoamerican Cultures (Ancient Ogre, True Ogre, Monstrous Ogre, Toshin, The God of Fighting, Stealer of Souls)
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    Stahn Aileron 
Stahn Aileron, God of Heroes From The Country (Stan Aileron)
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Lesser Gods

    Alex (Street Fighter
Alex, God of Cool New Yorkers (The Young Blood, Awakened Talent, The Shoulders Bearing the Next Generation, Shadaloo Test Body #222222 [by F.A.N.G])
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  • Theme Song: Jazzy NYC '99 (Untamable New Blood or The Sleeping Lion in more serious fights, Super Throw when sparring or out on the town), Full Throttle
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Headband
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Cool New Yorkers, Battle Strip, Flash Chop, Three Perspectives of New York City, Fingerless Gloves, The Hyper Bomb Super Art, Spirited Competitors, Headbutt, Short-Tempered Yet Cool People, Headbands, Big Brother Instinct, The Protagonist of Street Fighter III
  • Domains: Combat, Wrestling, Protection
  • High Priest: Casey Jones
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Birdie, Rainbow Mika, Poison, Remy
  • Headbutting Warriors With: Kaito Kumon/Kamen Rider Baron
  • Enemies:
  • Opposes: Alex DeLarge
  • Commonality Connection With: Daniel Bryan
  • To describe Alex personality-wise, he's a simple guy from New York who can be both chill and short-tempered, and is known for being brutally honest; this boldness tends to run him into deep trouble at times. He's a firefighter whose parents died when he was a young boy, and was afterwards taken in by a friend of his father named Tom. A military veteran and a refiner of fighting moves, Tom trained Alex in street brawling and wrestling at his gym, giving him a fighting style combining Mike Awesome and Hulk Hogan. Tom and his daughter Patricia are considered family to Alex now, and anybody who threatens them are going to be buttkicked by his power. This is how he became archenemies with the Emperor of the Illuminati.
  • When he learned that Gill had joined to the Pantheon, Alex trained his butt off to prove that he could go up against him if need be and thus was worthy to ascend. This got the Court's attention; however, what got him on board was that he is something of an embodiment of cool New York.
  • Along his initial travels against Gill, he came face to face with Ryu. The outcome of their battle isn't known, except that the two both respect each other as a Worthy Opponent.
  • Rips his shirt every time he enters battle, this makes Hulk Hogan proud.
  • He and Dudley are considered as the worthy successors of Ryu and Ken. They, along with Elena, are arranging the ascensions of the New Generation of Street Fighters, though he knows that one of them, Remy, is a French jerk who doesn't like Street Fighting yet recurs to it. Remy ended up getting many of the others into the Pantheon.
  • Definitively not confused with a teenage sociopath named Alex DeLarge. Matter of fact, he doesn't like that kid very much and would like to teach him a lesson. Out of decency, he's waiting for DeLarge to come after him first before he does anything.
  • Got on the wrong side of Kaito Kumon after he showed his true colors by approving Helheim Forest's invasion in order to liberate the weak. Alex doesn't condone his actions and he's ready to kick his butt, even if he understands Kaito had a good reason to do so. Since that day, they tend to fight.
  • He made a comeback (or rather, a chronological debut) in the finale of the bridge of events. The very first glimpse we saw of him was fixing a car in his hometown, outside of Cafe Eliza.
    • There was a moment when Alex was captured by low-rank Shadaloo soldiers. He then was awakened in a special area, where F.A.N.G would send holographic projections of Street Fighters to test him. Alex singlehandedly defeated them, and almost broke out of the grid, forcing F.A.N.G to release him in order to avoid damaging it.
    • He later took part in a wrestling event in which he defeated lower competitors before ending up in a tag match with Laura Matsuda against Zangief and R. Mika, and beat Dhalsim in a brief fight after mistaking him for a mugger. The supernatural yogi instead kindly asked Alex for a white chess-like piece that he'd been trusted with not too long prior. As the piece had no significance to him, Alex willingly turned it over.
  • Along with Zangief, he gained the attention of the House of Plants, due to their motto of "Plant people, not trees!" when fighting.
  • "You can't escape! Real fighters know their true calling!"

    The Dukes of Hazzard 
Beauregard "Bo", Lucas K. "Luke" and Daisy Duke, Triplet Deities of the Deep South (Bo and Luke: The Dukes of Hazzard, Lost Sheep, Daisy: Bo Peep)
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Clockwork from top: Daisy, Bo, Luke
  • Theme Song: Gold Old Boys
  • Lesser Deities as a team, Demideities individually
  • Symbol: General Lee, their car.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good for Bo and Luke, Neutral Good for Daisy
  • Portfolio: Living With Their Uncle Jesse Duke, Those With Dead Parents, Odd Names.
  • Domains: Pursuit, Rule-Breaking, Cars, Fanservice (even more so for Daisy).
  • Allies: Atticus Finch, Scarlett O'Hara, Dominic "Dom" Toretto, Misty, Jonathan Kent, Weird Al Yankovic
  • Rivals: Mario
  • Enemies: Bray Wyatt, actual Evil Policemen in the House of Justice.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Hank Hill
  • On the Hit List of: Rosco P. Coltrane, (sometimes they got an Enemy Mine with him).
  • Long has Rosco kept an eye on the roads for his archnemeses. Such people call him out for his less desirable traits, but he knew that there will be a time when he has to do battle with the Dukes of Hazard. That day finally arrived when he caught sight of a car with the Dixie flag on the side. At last, he saw his chance of redemption. The chase ended in 30 seconds with his car in a ditch. A furious Judge Dredd sent him to desk duty as punishment for not informing other officers. Rosco knew his future actions against the group will not be liked, but he felt a sense of pleasure of taking up the challenge once more. And the teens are eager to meet it.
    • Rosco certainly has competition, a number of other deities want them off the rode. Javert is always ready to put them behind bars, but is frustrated with their lack of regret. Meanwhile, the Dark Judges have a more... permanent solution in mind.
  • There was a bit of controversy with their ascension, namely the General Lee along with the Dixe flag on the side. After a bit of discussion, the Court of the Gods let them by, citing that there are far worst people in the Pantheon. That and the kids, while mischievous troublemakers, are generally good natured.
  • Among the first questions that they had was where were the races. It turns out there were plenty of challengers. The group enjoyed racing with Mario in particular in his races
    • The trio even got an invitation from Dom, divine Badass Driver. He is interested in recruiting them to his crew of drivers. The kids are intrigued at the prospect though they are wary of potentially working with the government.
  • When looking for like minded fellows, they came across a farm house with a Wrestling Family. He Wyatt family were overjoyed to have new blood enter their family. The warm greetings wore off quickly as soon as nightfall. While the kids wanted to drive off the next day, the Wyatts wanted them to stay longer. It quickly became a horror show as the Dukes made off into the night screaming.
  • One of the few deities in law willing to vouch for them Finch has made various pleas to lessen their sentencings with great success. That and his kindred spirit has formed a friendship with him. It appears to have an effect on them; they tend to behave better whenever Finch is around them.
  • As expected, Bo and Luke have fallen head over heels for Southern Belle Scarlet O'Hara. The two boys have never hesitated to give her a ride whenever they ask for one. Daisy has been less enthusiastic. She has heard rumors about how she manipulates men to do her bidding. She also suspects that Scarlet doesn't care for either of them, only that they may help her get back with Rhett. There are worries that her charms could lead to a fight between the brothers.
  • Daisy's Ms. Fanservice appeal is legendary to the point that her iconic short shorts are named after her. It didn't take long before many suitors came after her. But it will be tough pickings; not only is she picky with who she goes out with, her brothers are extremely protective of her. They won't hesitate to defend her if she doesn't like what she sees.
    • She had a respectable run as High Priest to Misty. While some grumbled about her placement, Daisy holds no grudge with the Pokemon trainer.
  • There has been a few attempts from Hank Hill to try and convince the kids to do things more productive. The few times they did agree to help him turned out to be an excuse to use his toolbox. With that said, he is impressed with their mechanic skills and getting his car fixed is the one task they are willing to do with no catch.
  • Jonathan Kent gave them a shoutout when he handed them a replica of the General Lee, courtesy of one of his avatars. That person played Bo and even had Luke's avatar join in on the fun.
  • Weird Al asked them if the ashtray he found at Ebay was authentic. The kids could only shrug in reply. With that, it looked like it could never be proven.
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    Nightwolf 
Nightwolf, God of Indigenous Shamans (Grey Cloud)
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  • Lesser God (with the potential to go Intermediate)
  • Symbol: His facepaint with his two tomahawks.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Indigenous Shamans, Tomahawks, Being the Sin Eater, Special Attacks (Composed of Attack Reflection, Energy Bow and Thunder Bolt), Heroic Sacrifice, Warrior Poets, Being the Number Two for Raiden/Haokah.
  • Domains: Magic, Combat, Weapons, Good.
  • Former Allies: Liu Kang and Kitana (they're now ruling Netherrealm, much to his dismay).
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Syzoth/Reptile, Vulcan Raven
  • Enemies:
  • Pities: The Wendigo
  • Uneasy around: Werewolves
  • Nightwolf ascended thanks to his vast usage of shamanistic spells in Kombat. Was one of Raiden's chosen heroes in the Third Mortal Kombat Tournament, and remains a force of good throughout the realm, using his magic attunement, making him worthy of the title.
    • For better or for worse, when Raiden resetted the timeline, Nightwolf had the bad luck of getting slain while sacrificing himself to eliminate an evil version of Sindel. By default, he would end up being a revenant of Quan Chi during the 25 Years Prophecy... However, thanks to some tinkering by Raiden and the good deities of Trope Pantheons, especially fellow Shaman Thrall, they managed to give the proverbial middle finger by Quan Chi and yanking him away right before the deal of 'heroes turn to revenant' can take on full effect. Quan Chi might have gotten himself a Nightwolf revenant in the MK-verse, but in the Trope Pantheons, it was mostly known that it's the heroic Nightwolf that stands.
  • So far, he's the only Kombatant to openly dislike Sindel due to her infamous massacre in the retelling, to the point of calling her "Monster!". And he's the one who sacrificed his life to stop her once and for all. However, when it comes to the Pantheon, Nightwolf could only shed tears that he knew that the Sindel of the original time was a honorable queen and would end up that way if it wasn't for the new timeline mess, hoping that she would receive the same treatment as him and get out of The Fallen.
  • There was a time when Nightwolf discovered that Freddy Krueger was breaking havoc in Earthrealm and as a result, he banished him back to the Dreamrealm, basically making freddy immortal again. Krueger likes to make fun of Nightwolf for his terrible mistake, but he remains staunch that he will rectify the mistake.
  • He was glad to meet other native americans that happened to be ascended as well. She frequently likes to chat with Pocahontas, Michelle and Julia Chang.
  • Gets along with Thrall because he is a fellow shaman like him. Nightwolf is interested in getting to know the culture of the orcs and see if he can learn a few new tricks from him. Furthermore, as mentioned, Thrall was the one suggesting how to 'save' the revenants.
  • Is not happy to see Onaga in the Pantheon, due to the incident he got involved in the Previous Timeline.
  • He heard from Thrall of the fabled Wendigo, a creature that he heard and believed that was a myth. Nightwolf could be the key person that could finally purify the body of Hanah and let her rest in peace.
  • In the previous timeline, Nightwolf became a Sin Eater, people who are able to completely absorb evil energies whilst retaining his psyche and vanish evil creatures to the depths of the Netherrealm. While it's unknown if he can channel those powers again, Azmodan has been really wary about the Shaman.
  • There was a time when he used to be rather Tech-savvy and served as the Mission Control of the Earthrealm warriors. While he isn't like that anymore, he likes to visit the House of Technology from time to time.
  • Fitting to his name, he actually is very close to wolves and is able to communicate with them. This in turn made him friends with San, who is also close to wolves.
    • However, he feels uneasy around Werewolves, given that in an Alternate Universe he was once possessed by Shao Khan and it transformed him into a Lycanthrope. Although he likes to visit people like Greymane or Valkenhayn to be prepared in case said situation happens for real.
  • "Ancestors, give me strength!"

Demigods

    Atticus Finch 
Atticus Finch, God of Kindly Alabamans (One-Shot)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A pair of spectacles, one lens much thicker than the other
  • Theme Song: To Kill a Mockingbird Suite
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Bookworm, Crusading Lawyer, Deadpan Snarker, Determined Defeatist, based on Harper Lee’s father, Gentleman and a Scholar, The Hero, Nice Guy, a real estate lawyer appointed to defend Tom Robinson, Papa Wolf, Retired Badass, Smart People Wear Glasses, Stoic Spectacles
  • Domains: Good, Law, Respect
  • Heralds: Jean Louise “Scout” Finch and Jeremy “Jem” Finch (his children)
  • Allies: Phoenix Wright, Perry Mason, Miles Edgeworth, Rika Furude, good-aligned gods in the House of Family, Marge Gunderson, Hank Hill
  • Enemies: Chin, Calvin Candie and Stephen, Manfred von Karma
  • Opposes: Scarlett O’Hara, Eric Cartman
  • Admired by: The Nostalgia Critic
  • The oldest prominent lawyer in the Pantheon, Atticus Finch represents the moral ideal of both a lawyer and a human being: he is brutally honest, highly moral, a tireless crusader for good causes (even hopeless ones), and a virtual pacifist. He has the most dignity of any god in the courtroom, and other gods respond by settling down a bit while in his presence. Unlike other lawyer gods, he doesn't see the courtroom as a battle between himself and the prosecution, and has never so much as raised his voice. "Never ask a witness a question whose answer you don't know," he's said before.
  • Though he doesn’t reside in the House of Justice, he can be found working on several cases there. Among those in the house who work well with him are fellow lawyers Phoenix Wright and Perry Mason, who respect him for his actions in the court.
    • From Phoenix, he met up with Miles Edgeworth, who was given odd looks as he noticed his resemblance to his father Gregory. Perhaps it’s because of this that the two were able to work together in several cases.
    • On the other hand, he doesn’t like Manfred von Karma for his Amoral Attorney tendencies.
  • Gets along well with Marge Gunderson due to both of them being law-abiding nice people. The Nostalgia Critic even cited both of them as two of his all-time favorite characters.
  • Given the racism-based conflict being a Central Theme in his story, it’s no surprise that he has his share of enemies. He was particularly annoyed with Chin’s modus operandi being driven by blind racism. He also doesn’t like Calvin Candie and Stephen for obvious reasons.
    • He also doesn’t like Cartman as he couldn’t believe how much of a dick he is at such a young age.
  • As the Goddess of Determined Defeatists, Rika Furude respects the lawyer for his determination to defend an innocent man despite knowing fully well that the jury would not acquit him.
  • While a single parent, he treats his children with nothing but love and respect, and a big part of his character is that he refuses to do anything that would lower himself in the eyes of Scout and Jem. As such, many good-aligned gods in the House of Family are glad to help him out. He is also on good terms with Hank Hill, who is another father that resides in the South.
  • What's with his One-Shot nickname? Well, there was one time a rabid dog comes slinking into the neighborhood, and he dispatched it cleanly with a rifle. According to, Miss Maudie, that was his old nickname for his expert marksmanship. One reason he won't hunt anymore is that he's too good and it's not fair to the animals.
  • “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view - until you climb into his skin and walk around in it.”

    Groundskeeper Willie 
William "Willie" MacDougal III, God of Violent Scottish Folks (Groundskeeper Willie, Greenskeeper Willie(at the golf course), G.K Willington Esquire, William MacMoran)
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    Marge Gunderson 
Marge Gunderson née Olmsted, Goddess of Nice Minnesotans (Margie)
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  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: The Brainerd Police Department Badge
  • Theme Song: Fargo, North Dakota
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Beware the Silly Ones, Big Eater, Deadpan Snarker, Determinator, Good Cannot Comprehend Evil, Great Detective, Happily Married to Norm Gunderson, Nerves of Steel, Nice Girl, Pregnant Badass, Sherlock Scan, Smarter Than You Look
  • Domains: Police, Law, Good, Minnesota
  • Allies: Good-aligned gods in the House of Justice, Sherlock Holmes, The Dude, Barton Fink, Madeline, Pollyanna Whittier, Clark Kent/Superman, Shinnosuke Tomari/Kamen Rider Drive, Marge Simpson, The Boss, Big Time Rush.
  • Enemies: Evil gods in the House of Crime
  • Opposes: Rosco P. Coltrane
  • Wary of: Revolver Ocelot
  • Pities: Rosemary Woodhouse
  • Admired by: The Nostalgia Critic
  • Marge Gunderson is the Chief of Police in Brainerd, Minnesota who was forced to put her maternity leave on hold when a faked kidnapping spirals into murder. She is very friendly towards the people she meets, even while she's interrogating suspects. She is also very intelligent when it comes to her police work, often picking up on the criminal clues before other officers.
  • Her good nature, high competence as a police officer, and determination to solve a bizarre crime not to mention being able to capture the actual murderer behind the crime, Grimsurd, made her a valuable ally towards most cops in the Pantheon.
    • Has earned the respect of Shinnosuke Tomari due to both of them being Great Detectives.
    • However, she doesn’t like Rosco Coltrane as she is annoyed with his corruptness.
  • Despite her niceness and seemingly boring exterior, members of the House of Crime have learned not to underestimate or insult her. She is highly intelligent, unflinchingly moral, and frighteningly tenacious when hunting criminals.
  • In her downtime, she can sometimes be seen eating in the House of Food. When asked why she eats a lot, she uses her pregnancy status to justify it.
  • Seems to get along well with both the Dude and Barton Fink due to all three of them being common folk involved in extraordinary situations. They even shared the same directors.
  • Madeline had a bit of a surprise upon seeing the police officer, because she mistook her for her boarding school teacher Miss Clavel. Margie ended up taking it in good spirit and the two became good friends, almost like mother and daughter. Also gets along with Pollyanna Whittier due to their shared optimistic nature.
  • Has a friendly relationship with the other Marge in the Pantheon given that both of them are loving wives who are Happily Married to their respective husbands.
  • Also bonded with the Boss due to both of them being on active duty, even when pregnant. However, she is wary whenever she encounters her son Revolver Ocelot due to him being a Magnificent Bastard.
  • Was sorry for Rosemary Woodhouse after hearing the situation she went through regarding her baby. She at least hopes that her child wouldn’t grow up as intended.
  • The Nostalgia Critic seems to like her as he ranked her, alongside Atticus Finch, as one of his favorite characters of all time.
  • Rumor has it with Marge also investigating the murder of a town pharmacist, shot in a snowy parking lot by a stranger who was helping jump his car battery. To which the police chief doesn’t have anything to say when asked about it.
  • Gets along well with fellow Minnesota Nice gods, Big Time Rush. She finds them to be very nice, when they aren't going on some Zany Scheme or the like.
  • “You betcha.”
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    Sandy Cheeks 
Sandra Cheeks, Goddess of Texan Genius (Sandy, Miss Appear, The Rodent)
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    William Wallace 
William Wallace, God of Brave Scots
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His claymore
  • Theme Music: Braveheart Theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Crusading Widower who received a Historical Hero Upgrade, Genius Bruiser, gave a Rousing Speech, ultimately Defiant to the End by Maintaining his Independence
  • Domains: Good, War, Rage, Freedom
  • Allies: Groundskeeper Willie, The Joestar family, Connor and Duncan MacLeod, Merida, Bill and Ted, Travis DeGroot/The Demoman, George Washington
  • Enemies: The Kurgan
  • Opposes: Queen Elizabeth I, Henry the Eighth, Count Dooku
  • Annoys: King Arthur
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Lelouch vi Britannia
  • Odd Friendship: Nightwolf
  • Special Relationship: The Rock of Ages
  • It was rather easy to pinpoint when William Wallace first appeared in the Pantheon. A loud voice shouting "FREEEEEEDOOOOOOOOOOOOOOM!" could be heard throughout the House of Culture. That day was remembered well by the millions of Scottish followers of the Pantheon. It was the day that their most famous rebel fighter had ascended. It was William who helped bring about the reputation of Scots as brave, hardy souls who are willing to fight for their cause.
    • Spurred on by the death of his wife Murron, he helped the Scots fend off the English for many years. In the end, he met his demise and was hung drawn and quartered for his troubles, but not without inspiring others to keep fighting for many more years to come. Nowadays, he is by far the most famous Scot in the past.
    • This version of the real life warrior was different in the sense that he played a far greater importance than his real life counterpart did. There were various other heroes who played a part in the Wars of Scottish Independence who were either incorporated int his character or did not appear at all. In response, William Wallace paid their respects by etching their names on the outer walls of his temple. Inside, one can find information of various Scottish freedom fighters.
  • Previously the most prominent Scot in the Pantheon, Willie was elated that his namesake had finally arrived at the Pantheon. He pretty much confirmed that he was named after the Folk Hero. Their followers peacefully exchanged clergy and even worked together in harmony, a rarity for the usually violent Scotsmen.
  • The Joestar family comes from a long line of Scotsmen. While they don't strive to show off their heritage, they still cheered when Wallace managed to ascend.
  • Many wonder if the film Braveheart was influenced by another highlander based film that appeared a decade earlier. Connor and Duncan Macleod were born centuries after the legend of William Wallace, and were glad to see their hero in the flesh. Of course the two also joked about how there were other heroes during those wars. Regardless, both were eager ally with him.
    • There was one more Immortal to visit him. The Kurgan came by with one goal in mind: to bring the head of William Wallace to his rivals. The two clashed with their swords for the following fight. Wallace was sadly outclassed in terms of strength and was overwhelmed. Thankfully, Joseph Joestar was nearby and drove the Russian off. Expecting a rematch, Wallace unearth defenses to give him more of an advantage the next time he faces the Immortal.
  • Travis DeGroot the Demoman on the other hand has completely bought on the legend of William Wallace. He even gets into fights with those who don't believe he can kill a hundred men single-handedly and shoot fire from his eyes. Wallace allows Travis to continue his belief to boost his morale.
    • The only English monarchs in the Pantheon ruled long after his death, but William Wallace declared the two obstacles in the name of Scottish liberation. The monarchs see him now as nothing more than a nuisance now that unification was all but assured.
  • King Arthur does not get as much hatred from William Wallace due to his fictional history, but the Knight of the Round Table is annoyed with him for a different reason. Wallace claims that the story of Arthur is actually based on Scottish warlord named Arthur Mac Aedan. Given the dire implications to English folklore, Arther has vehemently denied these claims.
  • If there's one thing he is at least grateful for, it's the fact that one of its former colonies managed to break from their rule. Much of that War of Independence can be attributed to George Washington. Wallace commended him for his leadership in battle and in rule. He also appreciates that the First President had no intention of ruling for long, preferring that others will take up the mantle after him.
  • One consolation is the fact that there is a Scottish princess in the Pantheon as well. He has sworn loyalty to the archer Merida in the hopes that she may become a new legend in Scottish lore. He was impressed with the way she asserted herself as a warrior as well as a princess and has pledged to help hone her swordsmanship.
  • Just because he focuses on the freedom of Scotland doesn't mean he's blind of the oppression of other people. He went over to the domain of Nightwolf, resident Magical Native American, and the two likened each other as brothers. William hopes that Nightwolf's people may gain the amount of appropriate he wishes his people may have.
  • The same cannot be said for with Lelouch, the British god of Rebellion. Besides being the heir to the Holy Britannian Empire, he also does not like how detached Lelouch is for the loss of life his plan causes. Regardless, the nature of the two people often require cooperation between the two which can cause a lot of tension.
  • He has been even more blunt with the likes of Count Dooku. He has no sympathy for how Dooku was duped into following the orders of the Emperor, ultimately destroying his cause in the process. Wallace out right stated he wants no part in his revolution.
  • His depiction in the film has been divisive for quite a few people in the Pantheon. Yet he is not sure of that of the Rock of Ages. On the one hand, he was annoyed that his version was vanquished by the historical version of William Wallace. On the other hand, he was intrigued that the later performed feats many believed to be mere myth. That deity has been forgiven for now.
  • His presence was at his greatest in 2014, when Scotland was given the option to vote for its independence. His name was used as a rallying cry for those hoping to be free of the UK. It was a contentious campaign in the Pantheon with both sides turning to deities for help. Ultimately, Scotland decided to maintain that partnership. William Wallace wishes he was in the Pantheon at that time, but is now ready to represent the Scottish people if such an opportunity arrives again.
  • When Bill and Ted walked down on a street next to him, William's eyes widened. He confronted the two and stated he recognized them. It took the rockers a few seconds, but they eventually agreed with him. He was initially one of the people they wanted to take to the presence, but he scared them off. It was common for such people to be scared of time travelers in their first appearance. Now that he's used to it, William wanted the two to create music for Scottish liberation. Bill & Ted agreed and asked him to get back to them once they finished.

Quasideities

    Scarlett O'Hara 
Katie Scarlett O'Hara, Patron Goddess of Southern Belles (Scarlett, Katie Scarlett Hamilton, Katie Scarlett Kennedy, Katie Scarlett Butler)
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  • Theme Song: "Tara's Theme"
  • Symbol: A woman dress in southern clothing
  • Quasideity, with some moments of Demigoddess
  • Alignment: True Neutral, but can pretend to be Neutral Good
  • Domain: Love, Manipulation, Farming, Determination, Family
  • Portfolio: Determined to survive to not go hungry again and protect Tara, Southern Belle, Spirited Young Lady, Big Eater, can charm men to do what she wants, City Mouse, HATES being pitied, Gold Digger, loves and idealizes the deep South, loves Ashley for what he represents and not realizing her feelings for Rhett
  • High Priestess: Blanche DuBois
  • Allies: Anna Marie / Rogue, Shizuru Fujino, Cana Alberona, Rarity, Remilia Scarlet,
  • Enemies: Calvin Candie and Stephen, every zombies in the Pantheon, Lady Macbeth
  • Opposed by: Every deities who were ever a slave, Charlotte LaBouff, Atticus Finch, Leonard McCoy, Romeo and Juliet
  • Opposes: Those who cheat on their spouse (surprisingly),
  • Odd Friendship with: Willy Wonka
  • Uneasy relationship with: Hank Hill, Flandre Scarlet, Gambit
  • Anti-Hero Counterpart to: Anne Shirley
  • Respected by: The House of Family and the House of Earth and Metal
  • Came upon the Pantheon after her famous break up with Rhett Butler and moaning her former sister-in-law Melanie Wilkes's death. Seeking a source to distract herself from the Trauma Conga Line that is the last several years of her life, Scarlett accepted her position in the Pantheon.
  • Instantly made friend with Rogue for both came from the Deep South and being two women who fights through an incredibly difficult time of their life.
    • However, she has a much more tense relationship with Gambit because he can't get past the fact that she owned slaves and the works that she came from is deeply apologetic to the Confederate.
  • Despite their superficial differences, Scarlett and Cana Alberona can sometimes be seen together talking about their daddy issues and also because Scarlett reminds Cana of her Edolas counterpart.
  • Made friend with Rarity who is also another Southern Belle and also because of Scarlett's love for horses.
  • Because the work she came from is deeply apologetic to the Confederate, has casual practice of slavery and has some racist undertone (even though Scarlett herself isn't particularly cruel to the black characters), her standing is... complicated with various deities in the Pantheon:
    • Obviously, anyone who was ever a slave has a big opposition to Scarlett for what she represents but they were a lot more conflicted when actually meeting her in person because Scarlet isn't particularly racist or cruel to black people in her story.
    • Charlotte LaBouff, while she admired Scarlett's fashionable wardrobe and is also from the Deep South, can't really get pass the racism in her work, especially that it hurts her best friend Tiana very deeply. The same thing also happens to Atticus Finch, who is somewhat racist but doesn't like slavery and Hank Hill, who loves traditional values but draws the line at slavery, not to mention being friends with a number of black people.
    • However, Scarlett absolutely despises fellow Southerners and slave owners Calvin Candie and Stephen for how cruelly they treated the slaves in their time as mortals.
    • Leonard McCoy doesn't particularly like Scarlett because he perceived that she and her lifestyle represents what the future considered backward about planet Earth and the Deep South especially.
  • Has a weird friendship with Shizuru for their interesting love life and the fact that when Shizuru speaks English, she has the accent of the Deep South.
  • Because of her screw up love life and multiple marriages not for love, Romeo and Juliet don't particularly like Scarlett, double so after meeting in person and finding out that she and Juliet sometimes look the same.
    • The same story happens with Lady Macbeth but is much more intense in their hatred due to the fact that Scarlett doesn't like killing as much as her.
  • Because Scarlett hates of ever going hungry again, she would happily utilize her ability to carry a gun to eliminate any zombies that came near her temple after hearing how they can never be satisfied and always going hungry, not to mention ravaging her beloved farm Tara.
  • Made quick friendship with Willy Wonka for their... fondness of free labor and can sometimes be seen testing his new chocolate flavor.
  • Has a good relationship with Remilia Scarlet for both being mysterious and sensual women named Scarlet(t). She has a less friendly relationship with the other Scarlet sister, however, because of Flandre's insanity but pities Remilia because she can understand having to take a mentally ill love one.
  • Anne Shirley and Scarlett has a sit down and talk with each other after discovering that they both have an interesting set of shared characteristics. Both came away from the meeting on friendly terms but agree to never do it again because each reminds of the others the path they could have taken if not for their different outlook on life and tragedy.
  • For all her flaws, Scarlett is incredibly respected by the House of Family and Earth for her ridiculous determination to survive and protect her family that she is willing to lie, cheat, steal and even kill to achieve that. Criticizing what other traits she might have, questioning her devotion to Tara and her family is a sure way to piss her off.
  • Once mistook Superman for one of her suitor because they had the same voice. While she was embarrassed of the misunderstanding, Scarlett still went to congratulate him for being married to a strong willed woman.
  • Is very much not amused that there's a certain Ghost Lady devoid of flesh who dressed up like her but is too hysterical to ripping off whoever came to her, painting a very bad image after her overall traumatic life.

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