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This section of the Pantheon is a sandbox for Gods/Goddesses with a much needed reworking; whether it's a updating their profiles, improving any bare boned profiles, moving deities to another house or giving deities new titles.

Entries should follow the standard deity template as shown on the main Trope Pantheons page, as follows:

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Deity Profile, Title (Codename, Nickname)
  • New House: For dieties that are going to be move to a different house.
  • Power Level/Level of Influence (in descending order: Overdeity, Greater God/Goddess, Intermediate God/Goddess, Lesser God/Goddess, Demigod/Demigoddess, Quasideity)
  • Picture, if applicable
  • Symbol
  • Alignment
  • Portfolio: (insert list of tropes here)
  • Domain(s)
  • Herald:
  • High Priest:
  • Followers:
  • Relationships with Other Pantheon Deities (only include those who are already on one of the actual pages, and not here in this sandbox)
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies:
  • Additional Character Relationships: Members of the Pantheon that have various relationships (examples include Enemy Mine, Vitriolic Best Buds, Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, Headbutting Heroes, Friendly Enemy, Friendly Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Respected by/Respects:
  • Pitied by/Pities:
  • Opposed by/Opposes:
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • Notes about your chosen deity

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    Absolute Virtue 
Absolute Virtue, Deity of Seemingly Unbeateable Bosses (Virtuous Saint)
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  • Overdeity (May actually be more powerful than the Dark God Promathia)
  • Symbol: Pure white exploding baby dragons
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil (or Good, none truly know)
  • Portfolio: Bosses You Are Not Suppose to Defeat But Some Still Can, Victim of Exploits, Technically a Dragoon, Giant Pointy Staff, Auto Regen, Wind Magic, Drawn-Out S'es, Has Loot on Him, Benediction, Nigh-Invulnerability, Winged Humanoid
  • Domains: Other Dimensions, True Power, Eternity
  • High Priest: Lord British
  • Allies: Status Quo, Yiazmat
  • Rivals: Naoki Kashima, Nine-Ball
  • There are many deities who are claimed to be unbeatable. And then there is Absolute Virtue. Simply put, you are not suppose to kill him. And he makes sure that you will never get close to dealing the finishing blow. However, many have found ways to beat the unbeatable titan, were they time-consuming or cheap. That being said, Status Quo is practically on Absolute Virtue's side on making sure that It Only Works Once.
    • That being said, there is a way to defeat Absolute Virtue which the creature itself accepts as the "true way" of defeating it. Good luck figuring it out, though.
  • The struggle between him and Lord British on this position was hard, but ultimately Absolute Virtue won over the simple fact that there is multiple still valid ways to beat Lord British, where as there is only one true way of beating Absolute Virtue.
  • Absolute Virtue used to be hailed as Deity of Near-Literally Unbeatable Bosses but problem raised when one takes into consideration that you don't need to defeat Absolute Virtue. Even moreso once Nine-Ball decided to rain down on it's parade by taking over it's temple. After Absolute Virtue's reascension, the two have been locked into conflict ever since.
  • Note that Absolute Virtue is not really an aggressive monster. It won't pursue you if you don't even think of challenging it.
  • The closest any mortal has ever gotten for a respectable victory against it were the brave FFXI players who fought the Pandemonium Warden for eighteen hours straight. Absolute Virtue allowed them to face It as a reward for their tenacity, and they were never heard from again.
    • Speaking of, The decisive battle that took place between the two was predicted by the gods as being so long they had to make them fight for their worth in the Hyperbolic Time Chamber. The two were so caught up in their battle that it took two real-world years, or roughly 1400 years for them before Pandemonium Warden crawled out of a dimensional vortex whimpering. Virtue, realizing the battle would never end in a clash of power, let PW nearly kill him, then healed himself to full in an act that completely shattered his will. Virtue thought this was a fitting end to his rival, as it was the same method PW used to drive the aforementioned players away from the realm of gaming.
  • Has a friendly rivalry with Naoki Kashima, its opposite in JRPGs.

    The Time Goddess 
The Time Goddess, Goddess of Forced Level-Grinding and Level Reset (Sage, Professor Kenja, The Capricious Goddess, She Who Controls Time, She Who Guides Them)
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  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: A statue of herself holding an hourglass
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Level Grinding, Turning Back the Clock, The Love of Money Above All Things, Observation of RPG Tropes, Gold and White Are Divine, Money Fetish
  • Domains: Time, Money, Deities
  • Allies: Inconsequentia, Sonic the Hedgehog, The Flash, Red Mage, Chronos, Palutena, The Absolute Victory Unlosing Ranger, Bell Cranel, any hero with lots of money
  • Enemies: Evil Overlords (though there are exceptions), those who try to blow up everything (especially the Grand United Alliance of Destruction)
  • The Time Goddess has the power to control time. As in, she can basically do anything with time, albeit in close present. Her main purpose is to accelerate any given hero's levelling progress and rewind time, albeit she can only wind it back 30 seconds (even if 30 seconds can be almost an entire day).
  • None of her services are done for free. The mounting pile of gold in her chamber suggests that the Time Goddess has a lot of customers, most likely frustrated MMORPG players who just want to max out their levels so that they can play the endgame content and start exploring raid dungeons.
  • Another aspect of her powers is that after her magic ends, the person's level is reset to the level they started at. So even if someone can go from level 1 to a high level in no time, it is a temporal solution. She is willing to let the person keep their equipment they earned, but she will take away most of their money.
  • It's unknown if she's the very same Time Goddess who assisted Link during his "three-day" quest in Termina.
  • She seems to enjoy the company of Palutena, as both of them have a similar sense of fashion and do like to mess with their selected ones, but they will help out in extreme occasions.
  • After she ascended, she has been trying to place Goddess Statues as a way to get other god's money help them out in need. She is considering re-creating the portable Goddess Statues, this time having them actually work.
  • Her ability to control time is tied to a thing called Timestream, which is sort of life essence what flows through all living things and the world itself. Because of this, she can actually bring people back to life by manipulating the Timestream.
  • Red Mage has repeatedly tried to use her services to get the right stat spread he wants with minimal success. She has also stopped trying to give him advice how to progress with anything since she knows that he will just think of some crazy plan regardless of her advice.

    Grievous 

Grievous, God of Frontline Military Leaders (General Grievous, Qymaen jai Sheelal (?) , The Knight Slayer, Space General)

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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His mask/face
  • Theme Song: General Grievous's Theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil with fits of rage
  • Portfolio: Cyborg, Multi-Armed and Dangerous, Hero Killer, Highly-Active General And A Really Wasteful One At That, Badass Transplant, Coughing, Large Ham, Hair-Trigger Temper
  • Domains: Cyborgs, Villains, Swords, Arms
  • Allies: Count Dooku, Emperor Palpatine, Ultron, Nerissa, Mistral, Gigan, Wat Tambor
  • Enemies: Obi-Wan Kenobi, Ahsoka Tano, Yoda, Luke Skywalker Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader
  • Bastard Understudy to: Sheev Palpatine
  • Heralds: MagnaGuards (personal bodyguards)
  • Originally a Kaleesh warlord, Grievous was the leader of Separatist Alliance's Droid Army and one of their greatest warriors, especially once he decided to let his body to be turned into a cyborg to improve his fighting abilities to match even those of the Jedi. Even though he might be a general, he spends a lot of his time doing his own kills.
  • Once he ascended into the Pantheon, GUAE did their best to make sure that Grievous would get back into shape from his barely active self he had become at the end of the war. They were mostly successful, but he does tend to cough quite a bit.
  • In a lot of sense, Grievous is what Anakin would become in the future. Grievous is rather glad that based on how things are in the Pantheon now, he is against Darth Vader rather than with him.
  • Is known as a notorious Hero Killer, having slain multiple Jedis in his life. Barbatos Goetia seem to have quite a bit of respect to the cyborg.
  • While he is easily angered, one thing what angers him the most is calling him a mere droid. He is much more than that and he is ready to proof it. He is also greatly annoyed by Viktor's insistence on this "Glorious Evolution" due of him thinking that Grevious will join him on that.
  • There are some rumours that Grievous might not have been as bad as most people think he was. Some people claim that he was in the past a Proud Warrior Race Guy who became a Fallen Hero after the death of his loved one and joined the Separatist Alliance to help his people, before one "incident" where his ship exploded what forced him to be turned into a cyborg, during which he was turned into the sadistic monster he is known now. As it turned out, this was the case; or rather, it was the case. As it stands now, Grievous was always cold-blooded killer who turned himself into a cyborg since he wanted to become the strongest warrior in the galaxy.
    • Grievous used to be God of Heavily Damaged Villains due of the above background, but since that past of Grievous in now invalid, he had to find a new position.
  • Might have a sister of sort. He has hard time really saying anything on the subject.
  • Was challenged by Gilgamesh in a battle once. Reportedly both of them lost a weapon to another. Well, the weapon did make a fine addition to his collection.
  • As a wielder of 4 lightsabers, the GUAE often wants Grievous to take frontline combat duty as the Sith are notoriously fickle at being in combat. Sadly, Grievous has his own ideas of how to combat too, having been taught by Dooku to use psychology to his advantage. He's not some mere Jedi fighting at the front. He's a planner and an armchair general too, and thus usually attacks when he can use intimidation to his advantage or to finish off worthy opponents.
  • They say that Grand Admiral Thrawn acquired his mask some time after his death. How legitimate it is now is hard to tell, but he wants it back of her does still have it.
  • Probably isn't competing with Jack Atlas with his Wheel Bike.
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    Cosmos 
Cosmos, Goddess of Good and Leader of the Grand United Alliance of Good (Goddess of Harmony, "Goddess of Death")
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     Aoi Sakuraba 
Aoi Sakuraba, Goddess of Devotion (Aoi-chan)
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    Viki 
Viki, Goddess of Fast Travel
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: The Blinking Rune
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Incompetent Use of Teleportation (usually by sneezing), Teleporting Others to Other Locations (Including Naval Fleets), The Cutie, Cute Clumsy Girl, The Ditz, Wide-Eyed Idealist, Woman in White, Appearing in Almost Every Game in the Franchise
  • Domains: Teleportation, Mages, Women
  • Allies: Jeane, Lazlo, Liberation Army, Fuuka Yamagishi
  • Enemies: Luca Blight, Schrödinger
  • Viki didn't really ascend into the Pantheon initially. Instead, she accidentally teleported there. No one is sure where or when she came from, but she started to stick around the place once she actually ascended.
  • There are some gods who have tried to help her master the Blinking Rune, as it can potentially be really powerful if one would remove the accidents what can happen with it, especially since Viki is actually a good rune magic user. So far, no success has been made regarding it.
  • She understands that there are many goddesses in the Pantheon who sound like her. However, she seems to be most comfortable around Fuuka. Especially since she can help her train her teleport techniques with the help of Juno.
  • Avoids going into the House of Food. The reason being that her accidental teleportations tend to kick in before she can eat anything. One time she accidentally transported away food from so many gods, the place almost fell into chaos. She tends to carry around boxed lunch because of that.
  • No one is sure where she came from, especially since Blinking Rune allows for one to time travel. There was a kid version of Viki at one point in time, but no one is sure if even she is from that point in timeline.
  • Where she is not banned from House of Theater, she is absolutely forbidden to take a role in any play. The cringe from her acting is too much for people to handle.
  • Has a mirror in her possession what allows anyone to teleport around the world without needing to have her around.

    Chronos 
Chronos, God of Time (Keeper of Time, Khronos, Chronus, Clockwork God, Zen)
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  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: A complex formation of gears behind a clock. Alternatively, a giant clock tower with a large mechanical spider on top of it.
  • Theme Music: The Infinite
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Time Master (And The Primordial Deity of It), One of the Protogenoi, Master of Western Zodiac, Winged Humanoid or Three-Headed Serpent, Common Theme for Clock Punk
  • Domains: Time, Gears, Zodiacs, Gods
  • Allies: The Doctor, Tatsuya Suou
  • Enemies: Gods who try to mess with time (like Caius Ballad), Nyarlathotep, The Vex
  • Mixed on: Both the members of SEES and Investigation Team, Zen and Rei.
  • Some gods wonder why such an old deity, being the god of time and the one who helped create the universe, would make himself to be known by other younger deities. Some say that it started in the Battlefield of the Gods, where he started fighting against other gods, most likely for the fact that their conflict started mess with the concept of time.
    • Upon seeing other gods from the Battlefield of the Gods ascend into the Trope Pantheon, he started noticing gods related to time: most notably, those who would abuse, erase and even destroy time itself, which he wouldn't accept.
  • Some old believes have stated that Chronos is actually a serpent with heads of a human, a bull and a lion. Where Chronos has not said anything on this, he might have chosen this form so that he wouldn't scare every one.
  • Besides being the god of time, Chronos has nothing against The Doctor. He, for one, can say that time really is a wibbly wobbly Timey-Wimey Ball.
  • For whatever reason, he feels really uncomfortable around Nyarlathotep, thinking that some one has used his powers to fight him in the past. He believes that the boy Tatsuya Suou knows the answer.
  • In another universe, Chronos is the god who covens over both time and death who guides the souls of the deceased to afterlife. After part of him separated himself from him to become the boy named Zen and sealed him away, Chronos used SEES and Investigation Team as pawns to free him so that he can become whole. Where the two teams defeated him and the fragment of him went to the afterlife, he doesn't feel that strong of a hate for them. He has also given up on his other self and left Rei alone.
  • For such an old deity, he is surprisingly fragile. However, he makes this up by the fact that he can rewind his own time, putting him back in shape like nothing had happened.
  • Likes to remind every one that the "H" in his name is important. There have been many who have confused him for the titan Cronus.
  • As a primordial, he's one of the few beings that most of the other god-killers in the Pantheon try to avoid, even though he can be temporarily killed, he is time.
  • Some people say that he was once kidnapped to serve the Hellbourne in the Forests of Caldavar, emulating the style of Darkterror, the Faceless Void. Chronos remarks that this 'Chronos' does have interesting abilities, but they are not the same. Otherwise, he'd be using the experience he had in Caldavar and be goddamn OP in the Battlefield of the Gods... And he already has, given enough time.

    Mononobe no Futo 
Mononobe no Futo, Goddess of False Deaths (Shikaisen from Ancient Japan)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A decorative plate
  • Theme Music: Legend of the Great Gods
  • Alignment: Lawfully Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Faking Death to Become Shikaisen, Breaking Plates for Benefit Elemental Powers (Wind, Ground, Water and Fire), Stuck in the Past, Flowery Elizabethan English, Hidden Bad Side, Little Arsonist
  • Domains: Shikaisen, Taoism, "Feng Shui", Arson, Vandalism
  • Allies: Toyosatomimi no Miko, Sadako Yamamura, The Pyro
  • Rivals: Shou Toramaru, Byakuren Hijiri
  • Enemies: The gods of House of Life and Death, Garfield Lynns, those who would oppose the Crown Prince
  • Shikaisen is a person who have gone through a method to obtain immortality by trapping their soul in an object to remove their own lifespan from their body, leaving their original body in a death-like state and later resurrect themselves by turning the object into a new body. Futo, a member of the Shinto-worshipping Mononobe clan, helped her Crown Prince Miko to realize her plans for immortality to test the method first. She successfully performed the soul-transferring ritual, thus waiting until Miko would do the same and the two of them could resurrect together. It took some while due of people stopping Miko's resurrection, but it was eventually successful.
  • Originally was the Goddess of Beneficial Vandalism due of her fighting style involving her using plates as weapons to help with her magic, to the point that she grows stronger the more plates she breaks. Especially funny since a plate was her Soul Jar. Still, she herself didn't really like the position so she eventually shifted to this.
  • Even though Futo seems like a good woman, and for the most part she is, she has her secrets. Like how she helped Miko to start a religious war to unite Japan under Buddhism, butchered her ally's resurrection ritual due of past grudge note , her unneeded hatred forwards non-humans note  and her love to burn stuff, were she afraid or full of emotions note .
    • However, she does not get along with Firefly at all.
  • Even though she says she can manipulate feng shui, this is just a fancy name to a mix of Shinto and Taoist magic.
  • She avoids House of Life and Death due of her being destined to face against death deities to keep her immortality.
  • She somehow befriended Sadako. She claims that her connection to an another onryo helped with that. Though she seems to be still looking for that blasted tenth plate.
  • Is visiting House of Travel quite a bit to learn how to use more efficiently her wooden boat. Good thing she can ride on it on air to avoid any confrontations with the Abyssal Fleet.
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    Bridget 
Bridget, God of the Surprise Gender Reveal, and Patron Saint of Yo-Yos (Buri-chan, Nun Boy)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His yo-yo and his teddy bear Roger
  • Theme Music: Simple Life
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Effeminate Looking Guys Who Need to Tell the Truth, Raised As a Girl Due of His Hometown's Beliefs, Uses a Killer Yo Yo, Accompanied by a Killer Teddy Bear, Bounty Hunter, Most Normal of the Fighters
  • Domains: Appearance, Gender, Yo-yos, Teddy Bears, Nuns
  • Allies: May, Dizzy, Hasta, Ness, Amane Nishiki
  • Afraid of: Naughty Bear
  • Bridget was born as a twin in a town where there was a superstition where the birth of same-gender twins would bring great misfortune. Because Bridget's parents didn't want to either kill or exile either twin, they decide to raise Bridget as a girl to try to play around the curse. While Bridget loved his parents all the same, he did come to realize how guilty his parents felt about doing it. As such, he decided to become a bounty hunter to gather money and proof his masculinity to show his town that their superstition is nothing but that.
  • As a note, Bridget does not try to hide the fact that he is a man. There are only handful of people in his universe who simply assume he is a girl based on appearances (most infamously Johnny) and most of them get corrected fairly quickly. Of course that is in-universe. Out-universe is bit of an other matter.
  • Even though he started out as a bounty hunter, he does admit it has had quite a few downs to it. Such as being fed wrong info about supposed bounties, having the bounty just die before he can apprehend them or even befriending the bounty such as Dizzy. He has sought after alternate job possibilities such as an entertainer and has worked as a waiter in Jam's restaurant to attract more customers.
    • During his search for a job, he came across Amane who invited him to join his troupe. While normally he would be more than happy to join, he was bit dubious if Amane wanted him to join it for his skills or because of something else. Ultimately he had to reject his offer, but would be more than happy to work with him in the future.
  • Is not certain if he should be flattered or not about one time when Hasta cosplayed as him. Mainly because the context for it was that he, Cuuko and Nyarko were fighting over who would be with Mahiro when they were trapped in a video game.
  • Tries to avoid Naughty Bear the best he can in the fear that he might try to attack and destroy Roger.
  • Has been teaching Ness new yo-yo techniques to make them more effective in battle for him and has even tried to get him to incorporate his occasional teddy bears into his fighting style.
  • If you are questioning your sexuality due of him, don't worry; Everyone's gay for Bridget.

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    Yhwach 
Yhwach, Emperor of the Vandenreich, God of Soul Empowering Until Deemed Useless
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  • Greater God, Potential Overdeity post-Soul King absorption
  • Symbol: Five-pointed Quincy Cross.
  • Allignment: Chaotic Evil (thinks he is Lawful something)
  • Portfolio: Adaptive Ability, Authority Equals Asskicking, Bad Bosses, Combat Pragmatists, Curb-Stomp Battle, Emperors, Knight of Cerebus, The Thirty-Six Stratagems, Your Soul Is Mine
  • Followers: Gerard Valkyrie, Lille Barro, Pernida Parnkgjas, Askin Nakk le Vaar, Haschwalth Jugram
  • Former Followers: The Stern Ritter
  • Allies: Grahf, Father (?)
  • Enemies: Genryuusai Shigekuni Yamamoto, Kurosaki Ichigo, Zaraki Kenpachi, all Shinigami, Arrancar and Hollow, Pit, Asura, Parasoul, Alucard
  • Yhwach is a unique Quincy, born with the ability "to share power with others" by imparting a piece of his soul unto them. When he does so, "miracles" occur such as lung disease being healed and lost limbs re-grown, as his soul fragments allow for the soul to accomplish what normally cannot be done with two souls.
    • However, his ability has a price: the soul fragment will engrave the experiences, power and skills of the individual upon itself, and when the individual dies the soul goes back to Yhwach to empower him further. When he was a crippled infant, this process caused people to die within a couple years, a couple months, or even a few days in some cases. If he stops absorbing souls, he'll return to his crippled state.
    • He can either impart this soul by touch, or by engraving a "Letter" signifying an ability onto another person's soul via them taking in his blood.
  • Yhwach's status changed considerably after Bittercold overpowered him for the spot of "God of Outside Context Villain". Although he still retains his second title, it is now established that his power is ineffective against opponents who are more powerful than him. Melkor was quite happy with Yhwach being put in his place, while YHVH would have preferred Yhwach being tossed out of the Pantheon altogether.
    • Moreover, he was forced to watch as Yamamoto was "willed" back to existence by the Pantheon Akashic Records, and the Main House issued a warning to him against breaking the rules of the Pantheon again. Yhwach relented, realizing he could not incur the wrath of the Main House without being cast out completely.
  • Yhwach is the Emperor of the Vandenreich and the "Father of the Quincy", who is determined to bring about the destruction of the Gotei 13 and the Shinigami. He attempted to replicate this success in the Pantheon by invading the House of Nature and killing Yamamoto after he killed his physical body, unaware this act was against the Pantheon's rule.
    • As a result of his recent overthrowing by Bittercold and the punishment inflicted upon him by the Main House, Yhwach reined back his ambitions, limiting his quarrel with his Shinigami enemies to his home dimension.
  • Many in the Pantheon were shocked when Ishida Uryu was seen by Yhwach's side, leading many to question why one of Ichigo's Nakama sided with one of his enemies. Others consider Uryu to be a clue to defeating Yhwach, as he was the only Quincy to survive Yhwach's Auswahlen of the Gemischt Quincy.
  • Rumours circulate that Yhwach is at his most vulnerable when he sleeps at night, as that is the time of day where he consolidates his power.
    • This has led to many attempts to break into the Wahrwelt, his newly formed castle, and assassinate him in his sleep, although the Schutzstaffel have been able to avert any attempts.
  • He is said to keep a special horse in a private stable, one which is mighty enough to withstand his reiatsu when it would bring others to their knees.
  • He used to be a frequent visitor to the House of Personal Appearance, mostly to have his mutton chops trimmed, since his facial hair has been noted to grow more voluminous within the space of even a day.
  • Aizen has rubbed it in Yhwach's face that he lost his original title and was humiliated by the Main House, but Yhwach still contents himself with the fact that he succeeded where Aizen failed.
  • Yhwach maintained his ties with Sinestro and Hades despite Bittercold's success, but he has yet to hear the end of it from the God of the Underworld: note 
    • Sinestro, on the other hand, has said nothing. Rather, he has observed that Yhwach seems more open in seeking alliances with other Gods of the Pantheon, something he rarely did before.
      • One of the first is Grahf, who is able to impart power unto other villains and often shows up in the middle of battles to offer then power (generally to mech users.) It is presumed that Yhwach sought himself as a fellow villain with the ability to empower others.
      • The second was Father. Both desires souls to gain power and both seek to usurp the power of a God (The Truth for Father, the Soul King for Yhwach). Yhwach offered Father his assistance in future attempts. Father has yet to respond.
  • In battle, Yhwach is pragmatic, either taking advantage of opportunities when they present themself, or using "The Almighty" to observe the future flow of battle and turn it against his enemies or to nullify their abilities. When it is night and he sleeps, he leaves battling to his subordinates. When he intends to move against his enemies, he takes the lead himself.
  • He is uncertain how his power would affect Alucard, and in the same manner, Alucard is wary of Yhwach. Either Alucard drinks Yhwach's blood but fails to kill him, potentially allowing Yhwach a direct line to absorb all the souls from Alucard (and Alucard himself), or Alucard actually kills Yhwach and absorbs his soul completely. Neither wants to see how it would play out, and Father explicitly warned Yhwach against trying it, having made the mistake himself before.

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    Madoka Kaname 
Madoka Kaname, Goddess of Magical Girls and Hope, Co-Founder to the Magical Girl Sisterhood (Kriemhild Gretchen, Penitent Gretchen, Godoka, Madogod, Madokami, Ultimate Madoka, Madoka Kumquat, Yurusen)
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    Hotel Moscow 
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Hotel Moscow, Gods of The Russian Mafiya

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