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Greater Gods

    Malcador the Sigillite 
Malcador the Sigillite, God of Benevolent Chancellors (The Regent of Terra, Master of the Adminstratum, Grand Master of Assassins, Lord of the Council of Terra, Malcador the Hero)

Rassilon, God of Scientific Emperors (Lord-President of Gallifrey, The Narrator, Conquerer of Yssgaroth, Overpriest of Dronid, First Earl of Prydon, Patris of the Vortex, Ravager of the Void, Razz (Only Omega can call him that), Rassilon the Redeemer, Rassilon the Resurrected)
Rassilon's latest known body
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The Great Seal of Rassilon
  • Theme Song: The Council of the Time Lords
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Artifacts of Rassilon, Co-founded Time Lord Society, He would sacrifice all of creation to stave off death, a medieval-style gauntlet on his left hand that can act as a remote control for other devices and can vaporize a Time Lord with a gesture, Enjoyment of eternal life, Endless Evil
  • Domains: Time, Regeneration, Immortality
  • Followers: Jung Zorndyke, Queen Atomia, Rotti Largo, Grandmaster Meio, Trevor Goodchild
  • Allies: Omega, YHVH, most of The Time Lords (Teeth-Clenched Teamwork actually), the Kro'ka
  • Enemies: The Doctor, The Master, Davros, Dalek Sec, Vampires, Yog-Sothoth
  • Established himself as the founder and creator of all Time Lords, and the ability to regenerate, He was also the one to help many civilizations grow to the stature that they reached today, even Earth, He even gave himself the ability to live forever through unlimited regenerations.
  • The reason for the abundance of bipedal, humanoid aliens in the Whoniverse? Rassilon threw those that didn't fit the mold into a pocket universe and/or ensured they never existed in the first place, whichever was more expedient for him.
  • He comes to this House to establish The Time Lords into the Pantheon in order to escape The Last Great Time War and was furious to learn that The Doctor and The Master resided in it as well.
  • He is trying to learn more from Gallifrey's future from the House of Prophecy and is trying to destroy the House of Life and Death in hopes that he will never die.
    • Though when told that may one day happen he is quick to yell
    "I will NOT DIE! Do you hear me? A billion years of Time Lord history riding on our backs. I will not let this perish. I Will. Not"
  • He is also trying to destroy any and all vampires after an event in Gallifrey's past caused a great vampire to become Rassilon's enemy. This even includes deities who can temporarily become vampires, such as Sora.
    • Thanks to this program, Rassilon is not allowed to go within 500m of any ascended vampire deities and is banned from the House of Otherness.
  • Is attempting to kill Dalek Sec and Davros to finish the Last Great Time War here and now in The Pantheon.
  • He has many artifacts that are named after him, much to the annoyance of The Doctor,
    "So what have you got squirelled away? The Hairdryer of Rassilon? The Hoover of Rassilon? The Rassilon Patent Trouser Press? "These creases last forever!""
  • He has earned an enemy in The Master as it was revealed that he was the one to through a signal through the time vortex to be implanted in the mind of The Master effectively creating the sound of drums in his head.
  • Also the one to turn Humanity back to their original state after they were turn into "The Master Race" with the flick of his gauntlet.
  • He is also attempting The Ultimate Sanction. To be rid of all enemies of The Time Lords he is creating a paradox so powerful that it will tear the very fabric of time and space asunder and to escape the destruction by having the whole race shed their corporeal bodies and become creatures of consciousness alone; ones that would escape the effects of time and of cause and effect.
  • Tries to get others in the Pantheon to kneel to him when he enters a room by stating On your knees Pantheon Gods
  • Only wants one thing for Gallifrey.
    "Whether we die here today or return to the waking world and complete the ultimate sanction. For this is the hour when either Gallifrey falls. Or Gallifrey rises!"
  • Is attempting to get his friend Omega to work with him to fight in The Last Great Time War despite Omega's new found hatred of Time Lords, though Omega has gone back to calling Rassilon by his nickname every now and again.
    • It's pretty much an open secret amongst the Pantheon that Rassilon sabotaged Omega's experiment to create the Eye of Harmony, causing him to be lost in the Event Horizon, though his motivations for doing so are much more heavily debated. Rassilon on his part loudly and heavily denies this, calling it vicious slander coming from his enemies, with fingers pointed at the Doctor and the Master. Omega perhaps mercifuly has remained oblivious to this, with no one in the mood to tell him considering what it might push him to do.
  • He decided to let The Great Will use Time Lord Technology as part of The Regime in order to allow a place for the other Time Lords to escape The Last Great Time War. Even if that were to fail then it would give Rassilon the resources needed to do The Ultimate Sanction.

Intermediate Gods

    Snow White (Fables
Snow White, Goddess of Proper Ladies (Snow [by Bigby], Ms. White)
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbols: Her Sword, Ice, Imapling an Apple
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Grew Into An Action Mom, Came From A Badass Family (Mom Was a Powerful Witch And Her Aunt Was A Witch Queen) And Married Into One, The Seven Dwarfs Are Her Berserk Button, The Responsible Sibling To Rose Red's Foolish, Mama Bear Happily Married To Bigby Wolf, Served As Deputy Mayor and Director Of Operations Of Fabletown, Outliving One's Offspring, Raped By The Dwarfs, Murdered Them All In Revenge, Her Surprise Pregnancy Resulted In Her Giving Birth To Seven Kids, Raven Hair, Ivory Skin
  • Domains: Royalty, Fairy Tales, Magic, Mothers
  • Heralds: Rose Red (her sister), Frau Totenkinder
  • Signature Weapon: Her Sword, Ice (No, not that Ice)
  • Additional Relationships: Bigby Wolf (her husband)
  • Not To Be Confused With: the other Snow White (the Disney one), or the other other Snow White
  • Allies: Cosmos, Aragorn, Liu Bei, The Courier, Weiss Schnee, Triss Merigold and Yennefer of Vengerberg, Ciri Fiona Elen Riannon, Doctor Strange, Merlin, Jon Talbain and Felicia, Twilight Sparkle, Mithra Lana, Rinoa Heartilly, Jaina Proudmoore, Zatanna Zatara, Rydia
  • Opposed By: The Evil Queen (the Disney version), Sheev Palpatine
  • Enemies:
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: with some of the good dwarves, such as Muradin Bronzebeard and Durkon Thundershield
  • Bigby Wolf was behind Snow White's ascension to the Pantheon. Snow arrived with her and Bigby's children in tow, genuinely touched by her husband's gesture in reuniting them once again.
  • Bigby also had a surprise for Snow and the kids: with him was Darien Wolf, whom Bigby himself had resurrected after sacrificing himself in order to save his sister, Therese. Many, many Tender Tears were shed as Snow was reunited with her child.
  • Cosmos has heard of Snow's talents for management, not to mention leading Fabletown to victory against The Adversary while pregnant and has offered her a position within GUAG management...with added babysitters for her and Bigby's children as one of the benefits. Snow accepted the offer.
  • Her first husband, Prince Charming, had paid for her fencing lessons, and she has kept in practice over the centuries. When she's not tending to her cubs or spending time with Bigby, she's at the House of Bladed Weapons, practicing her skills. As her ex-husband was considered to be the best swordsman among the Fables, Snow is considered to be his equal.
  • Aside from marrying a guy whose father was the North Wind himself, Snow herself comes from a line of witches, whose origins come from an old and highly magical bloodline. Mom was a powerful witch and her aunt was the infamous Evil Queen who tried to kill her with a poisoned apple. This also explains Shang Tsung and Quan Chi's interest in her. Of course, this also means that somewhere down the line, both her and Rose Red (her twin sister) will have to fight to the death in order for the winner to fully unlock their magical abilities. Wiz and Boomstick are looking to make that match a reality...until Snow brought that line of thought to a halt after her and Rose made peace with each other.
  • It's also through her bloodline that she is on good terms with the deified witches and sorceresses in the Pantheon. Triss Merigold and Yennefer of Vengerberg even offered Snow a place in the Lodge of Sorceresses. Snow is considering the offer.
  • Snow became friends with the Courier, due to the both of them surviving being shot in the head. While The Courier survived by sheer willpower (or dumb luck, take your pick), Snow's survival stems on her story being the most popular out of all the Fables.
  • Sometimes at night, Snow and her family can be seen in the Pantheon's forests, Bigby and the cubs (save for Ghost) in wolf form, and Snow riding bareback on her husband's back. Well, Bigby's wolf form is about the size of an elephant, putting even the direwolves of House Stark to shame, and giving Koku-Oh a run for his money. Plus, he adds that Snow has a pleasant scent around her, which is what drew him to her in the first place, thus setting the stage for his eventual redemption.
  • There are two ways you can piss Snow off: mention her time with the Seven Dwarfs and don't threaten her children. Especially if Snow is within distance of her sword. You'll regret that life choice. B.B. Hood found that out the hard way when she mistaken her cubs for Darkstalkers.
    Snow: Monsters of the woods couldn't kill me. The armies of kings, sorcerers, and empires couldn't. I'm Snow goddamn White. I look after myself. I look after my own. And I never lose.
  • Snow knows that not all dwarves are bad, given her past experiences with them, but she tends to keep her distance from them. She is on good terms with some of the good deified dwarves in the Pantheon.
  • Upon finding out about the support group in operates by Cassie Cage and Jacqui Briggs regards to those deities who had went evil by brainwashing, Snow convinces Bigby to attend.
  • Snow became friends with Jon Talbain and Felicia, the former due to having the utmost respect and admiration towards her husband, while the latter due to the fact that her kids like her.
  • Speaking of her and Bigby's children, they've endeared themselves to the various deities in the Pantheon in various ways, which will help them in regards to the summer prophecy detailing their destinies. As Darien already fulfilled his prophecy by killing himself to save Therese, leading to her eventual redemption, (The third will do an evil thing. The fourth will die to stop her), their destinies are now what they make of it.
    • The eldest, Winter Wolf would become the new North Wind, thus succeeding her grandfather (The first child will be a king). Winter was seen in the presence of Ororo Munroe, who (while unable to help Winter with her tumultuous love life), began to give her pointers on how to properly wield the winds.
    • Blossom Wolf will make her home in the woods, not caring or wanting any material wealth (The second child a pauper). As her destiny involves her becoming a huntress. Artemis is thrilled to be training the daughter of Snow and Bigby.
    • Conner Wolf will become a hero/adventurer (The fifth will be a hero bold). Guess that explains why he's pulling double duty being mentored by Nathan Drake and Indiana Jones.
    • Ambrose Wolf's passion lies in knowledge (The sixth will judge the rest). The Librarian sees the potential in the boy and has taken him on as his pupil.
    • Ghost Wolf, the zephyr born to Snow and Bigby, will be the most famous of the children (The seventh lives to ages old, and is by heaven blessed). Cosmos will mentor Ghost. Jiraiya has offered to mentor the zephyr, but both Snow and Bigby threatened to castrate the super-perv.


Lesser Gods

    Cecilia Alcott 
Cecilia Alcott, Goddess of Dimwitted Aristocrats

    The Crimson Court 
The Ancestor: "In those younger years my home was a hive of unbridled hedonism, a roiling apiary where instinct and impulse were indulged with wild abandon."

The Crimson Court, Profaned Villainous Aristocracy
  • Lesser Deities. The more prominent members of the echelons come closer to Intermediate with only the Countess being able to be labelled as such.
  • Symbol: The Crimson Curse Symbol
  • Theme Song: Bloodletting of the Crimson Court
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: I'm a Humanitarian, The Thirst transforms them, Feigned class and humanity, Weak to bleeding, Vampires based around parasites, Body Horror, Roaming Enemies, Acquired Poison Immunity, Drips of their blood "enlightens" others
  • Monster Types: Gatekeepers, Supplicants, Sycophants, Manservants, Esquires, Courtesans, Chevaliers
  • Domains: Debauchery, Vampirism, Nobility, Blood
  • Allies: Dracula, Carmilla, Mira Fallegeros, Vanilla Ice, Dio Brando, Lionel Starkweather, Leatherface, Pudge, the Butcher, the Bakers, the Flesh Eaters, Molag Bal
  • Enemies: The Ancestor, the Hunter, Maya Fallegeros, Buffy Summers, the Dragonborn, The Joestars and the Zeppelis, Rudol von Stroheim, Blade, the Belmonts, Alexander Anderson, virtuous vampires, the rest of the House of Food, Vampire Hunters in general, Carmine, Eliza, Skarlet, Jedah Dohma, Batman, Jak and Daxter, good-aligned House of Royalty members, the Nature Preservers, Emperor Calus, Geralt of Rivia, Ms. Fortune, Dorothea, Night Raid, Akame
  • Avoid: Holy sites like those in the House of FAITH, Esidisi and Pillar Men in general
  • Opposed by: Most of the other members within the House of Slaughter
  • Before the Darkest Dungeon, before the utterly careless acts, the Ancestor was another hedonist among the high self-indulgent society. In those days, he was not above murdering his fellow noblemen for sport but it says something when he was disturbed and disgusted by their collective depravity. The feelings weren't enough to call them out on such actions, such a thing would be hypocritical given his unsaintly nature and he wasn't willing to stop his own indulgence either. One night, a woman caught his attention amidst the other guests. Under the moon, he would kill her for sport but she would attempt to kill him first revealing her hideous form. The Ancestor survived, and in that moment he decided to serve her blood to the guests of the party, a literal Bloody Mary if you will. When the parasites masked by nobility downed it their description took a more literal turn and devoured eachother in newfound bloodlust. The Ancestor meanwhile, only took a sip but it was all it took to enlighten him of something hidden under his Estate. Abandoning the Courtyard, things soon spiraled down from there...
  • It would be a lie to say that their ascension was their first time in the Pantheon itself. Having been a side-effect of the Ancestor's ascension, many bloodsuckers slipped under his and other adventurers noses to the House of Slaughter. Seeing all the blood and flesh, it was a dream made manifest, and they swarmed the place in just a short amount of time. Such an experience can only be described as an extravagant rapture. In time, they were cast out but they came back to the Pantheon in the House of Villains and Royalty when old gates marked by a couple of blood drained bodies appeared one day. Both serve as extensions to the Courtyard in the Ancestor's Estate, greatly enlarging the place as a result of their godhood. Entering it still requires one to have an invitation of your own from a willing Gatekeeper.
    • The Courtyard became a mire after the noblemen were afflicted, the skies wreathed in a red Bloodlight that drowns out all other light. Other sources do work, but their sanctuary is fleeting in the oppressive atmosphere. The whole garden is infested and corrupted by the Crimson Curse exemplified by the architecture now decaying into the murky Earth, red boils clustering, and the place is in perpetual fog. If one is not being stung, cut, or bitch slapped by vampiric aristocrats you could easily as well be mauled by the Crocodilian or be smitten under the hateful watch of the Garden Guardian. The residents seem to be keen on spreading such a curse to other places, something the Nature Preservers are vehemently against.
    The Ancestor: "Soaked and sinking, these stone terraces and sprawling gardens are the site of long forgotten revelry...and well remembered regret."
  • In their echelons, there are three bloodsuckers that stand out. Defeating them is one way of ridding oneself of the Crimson Curse, although not an immunity.
    • First is the Baron, a sadistic torturer who serves as an entertainer to the Court in both lives. For that reason he always fights in front of his fellow noblemen and hides in various eggs that nullify and sort of healing. Despite not being as large as the Viscount, he can surprisingly take a lot more damage in addition to utilizing his whip-like appendages. Though at the end of the day, he's not that much of a fighter as he relies on his durability and trickery to face his potential victims. He among other Bloodsuckers, thanks to the help of Lionel Starkweather, broke into the House of Theatre and Spectacle were he broadcasted his special festivities to those he captured beforehand and those who are trying to stop them. Lucas Baker took notice and decided it would be best to partner up.
    The Ancestor: "It would seem his tasteful frivolity remains unabated, even now."
    • Then there's the Viscount. Defined by his gluttony, he'll eat just about anything. And we do mean anything, even his fellow noblemen. In fact, eating serves as a way for him to heal up if he's not setting up counters. Even before his tastes took a turn for the worse, he would devour any and all food even if they spoiled long since then. Probably why he's one of the few deities able to stomach Margarite Baker's cooking. His taste in food also garnered allies with Leatherface, Pudge, the Butcher, and the Flesh Eaters. They're planning on making one grand feast for the Pantheon, the planned site being in the House of Royalty. The House is trying to prevent the plan from taking place.
    The Ancestor: "The glutton's taste for morbidity is made more pronounced by his mutation."
    • Lastly is the Countess. It was her blood that produced the rest of the Court and her actions that caused the Ancestor to ruin, well, everything. Undoubtedly, her affliction has reached a later stage as she's much larger and more dangerous than when the Ancestor retaliated against her. The Countess is gargantuan, and the horror from her more grotesque form is enough to snap minds like twigs. Though, the Countess is vulnerable when trying to transform it, giving others the opportunity to wail on her. At some point, her blood was found in a couple dishes in the House of Food. Who laced it is unknown, but it caused a lot of havoc before the victims were soon restrained and cured.
    The Ancestor: "A bewitching predator slipped in amidst the swarm of tittering sycophants. Though outwardly urbane, I could sense in her a mocking thirst."
  • They quickly found out they aren't the only vampires around here and their fold quickly went to the House of Vampires. They all greatly revere Dracula, and are eager to assist him in his schemes and are quick to ally with Dio, Vanilla Ice, Mira, and Carmilla as well. They're welcome to indulge in their festivities any time. They were surprised that Carmilla did try to interact with them prior to their ascension but couldn't because of all the difficulties of trying to get to them, namely the adventurers and the non-discriminant horrors that also lurk in the Estate. Some deities theorize she may have something to do with their ascension, although no evidence backs up that claim.
  • Because they are quite capable of spreading their contagion, the Ancestor wasted no time in notifying his clients and others of their threat. The Hunter and Stroheim wasted no time in combating them, slaughtering them or turning them into swiss cheese respectively. The Joestars and Zeppelis were also quick to oppose the Court given their own experiences with the Stone Masks. While it's true they are different from the vampires of their world such as (probably) not being weak to sunlight, that hasn't really stopped them from facing the nobles. Buffy, Blade, Geralt, the Dragonborn, Maya, Alexander Anderson, and the Belmonts caught wind of their existence during their visits in the Vampires house and are also willing to bring down the vile blue bloods.
    • Of course, those who've had experiences with the dark sides of the upper class have a bone to pick with them as well. Batman is a persistent threat, having fought against the Court of Owls before, and his plans are valuable in stopping one of their more restless activity. The Court are annoyed at first, but soon laugh it off as they are interested in turning him into one of them after hearing of that time he became a vampire himself. Jak and Daxter are also thorns in their side due to their experiences with Baron Praxis, Count Veger and Duke Skyheed. Unlike the Caped Crusader, the Court only views them as but common riff raff though Jak's royal blood did improve their opinion if only a tiny bit.
    • Emperor Calus was swift in that he was quick to showing his utter distaste of their existence after their ascension. Not only arr they can utter corruption of his philosophy and lifestyle, but the fact they disgusted the Ancestor even back then is another ballpark in of itself. He made sure his Loyalists would make short work of any Bloodsucker that so much as be nearby.
    The Ancestor: "These nightmarish creatures CAN be felled. They CAN be beaten!"
  • The House of Health and Diseases have attempted to create an immunity for the Crimson Curse, although the Ancestor bluntly stated that the curse cannot be prevented by normal medicines, only cured. There are two ways in trying to cure it: Either you go ahead and slay the more monstrous entities among the Court's ranks or you procure a mysterious cure from killing the Fanatic. You don't go around finding the mad Vampire Hunter, though. If you're afflicted or are with those who are he'll come finding you. Speaking of, ever since the Crimson Court's ascension, encounters with him have drastically increased.
    The Ancestor: "A world view buttressed by dogmatic desperation invariably leads to single-minded fanaticism, and a need to do terrible things in the name of righteousness."
  • Users of blood in their combat are quick to dislike them as well, the Court only seeing glorified blood fountains. They are known to assault them whenever they can such as Carmine, Eliza, Skarlet, and Jedah Dohma. Granted, none of them are in the spectrum of good so the Court gets a pass here save for Carmine who's more of a Wild Card than anything. And speaking of blood fountains, their attention caught wind of Nadia Fortune after hearing of Eliza's plans to turn her into one too.
  • Though hallowed items like holy water could do some damage, the best results come from things that really make the parasites bleed. They hold a special enmity to those who are capable of either. Likely why they stay away from the more holier parts of the House of FAITH and outright any contact with Akujiki. Or why they outright despise Dorothea of the Wild Hunt. She shares the same sentiments after the Countess herself was gracious enough to give the alchemist a "Love Letter".
    • Taking advantage of their Blood Lust is also something to take note of. If they have no problems lacing food or sources of water with their own blood, it would be wise to return the favor. Such as when Esidisi was attacked by the Coourt but he easily goaded them into accepting his blood, of which he ignited and promptly burned them all from the inside out. The rest of their kind avoid the Pillar Men whenever they can while they in turn find the aristocrats too wild to be any of use to them.
    • Inversely, their resistance to poisons and venom is strong and you're better off using that on other horrors you encounter in the Courtyard. They don't mind the conditions in the House of Toxicity. One exception to this rule is with Akame's Murasame after she along with the rest of Night Raid decided to incapacitate the Baron. Though they still die from its curse, they somehow manage to live slightly longer than others.

    Estellise Sidos Heurassein 
Estellise Sidos Heurassein, Goddess of Sheltered Aristocrats (Estelle, Child of the Full Moon, Insipid Poison of this World, Sheltered Little Princess, Colette, Uguu, Bunny, MERLIN, Frederica, Envy, Minmay, Irulan, Maddy, Grushenka, Ai, Anita, Nell, Tappman, Terry, Wyoh, Hokuto, Trevor, Marcus, Ryan)

    Rudolf von Sturmgeist 
Hauptsturmführer Baron Rudolf Ulbricht 'Freiherr' von Sturmgeist, God of Aristocratic Nazis
In Combat 
  • Theme: Sturmgeist's Armored Train and Escaping Gotha
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His briefcase and a STG-44 Assault Rifle
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Domains: Nazis, Aristocrats, Secret Weapons Projects
  • Portfolio: A Baron and very fanatic Nazi, Bald of Evil, Preferring the STG 44 Assault Rifle, His name in English translating to "Storm Gale", Funding the development of an advanced prototype Jet Fighter for the Luftwaffe, Dark Is Evil, The Von Trope Family, Wearing a black officer's cap with the Totenkopf logo, Turning out to be more durable than most other German soldiers, Actually putting up a good fight when cornered, Authority Equals Asskicking, The main villain of the story he appears in
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Soldiers and Sailors of the Allied Forces
  • Opposes: U-511, Bismarck, Prinz Eugen, Gertrud Barkhorn, Erica Hartmann, Minna-Dietlinde Wilcke
  • Rudolf von Sturmgeist was a Hauptsturmführer, or the equivalent of a Captain, in the Waffen-SS. Additionally, he was also a very influential Baron of German aristocracy. Having been a devoted Nazi, he used his wealth to help invest in the development of new weapons for the Third Reich.
    • The latest of these new weapons was a brand-new, revolutionary experimental jet fighter, called the Ho 229. Compared to the already advanced Me 262 fielded by the Luftwaffe, this fighter was even more advanced, being able to outrun the 262 and defeat the former in practice dogfights during tests.
      • Given this information, it's pretty much safe to say that, should this aircraft have been mass-produced, it would have posed a threat to both Allied bombers and fighters alike.
  • It was thanks to his position and influence in the German High Command that he became the target of interest for the OSS. Specifically, they were after his head as well as the prototype jet fighter he was helping to develop.
  • After several near-misses with OSS Lieutenant Jimmy Patterson, Sturmgeist was finally killed by the American officer on September 27, 1944, at an airbase in Gotha, Germany. Not long after his death, Patterson stole his magnum opus, the aforementioned Ho 229, and escaped the airbase, just as Allied bombers began pummeling the place to rubble.
    • Unlike most Waffen-SS soldiers (with the exception of the Nazi Storm Elites), who go down with just a handful of shots to the head or torso, Sturmgeist was rather durable and could put up a really challenging fight. Thus, he is considered a Lesser God on parallel with the likes of Johann Schmidt, despite not having any super-soldier enhancements whatsoever. It probably helps that he had earned a Knights Cross of the Iron Cross, implying a combat role at some point early on in his wartime career.
  • Not long after his death, he has finally ascended into the Pantheon, complete with a briefcase containing the plans for the prototype jet fighter.
  • Upon his ascension, he immediately began working under the command of both Obbergruppenfuhrer Schmidt and Oberstgruppenfuhrer Strasse, presenting to both SS generals the aforementioned blueprints for the Ho IX. Schmidt then began construction of a Tesseract-powered version of the flying wing fighter, while Strasse stays more down-to-earth, building a conventionally powered version based directly on the blueprints, albeit with the addition of 1960s-era Nazi German technology.
    • In exchange, Sturmgeist became a member of HYDRA, specifically the Nazi research branch of the organization. To this end, he has switched out the SS-Totenkopf on his officer's cap for the HYDRA skull and tentacles, and his swastika armband for a HYDRA one. This decision is more out of a pragmatic reason than an ideological one, as his money would be put to good use in funding the Nazi Science Division's wonder weapon projects.
    • He also partakes in Strasse's experiments, namely by helping to capture test subjects for use in his Super Soldier projects.
  • Is very impressed at the advanced tech used in rebuilding Rudolf von Stroheim's body. Not to mention the German officer's other weapons projects. Stroheim himself, however, isn't too keen on the Baron's interest and motives, and keeps his distance.
  • He also takes interest in Masataka Shima's offer of hoarded gold from the occupied Japanese territories, and thus pledges his help in rebuilding the Japanese Empire.
  • When the OSS agents in the Pantheon learnt of Sturmgeist's ascension and subsequent presence, they began plotting operations to sabotage and hopefully take out the Ho IX project once more. Sturmgeist, in response, stepped up his security, this time to include a full squad of Nazi Storm Elites alongside the familiar Waffen-SS soldiers. He also began carrying with him, courtesy of Schmidt and Strasse, a Tesseract-powered handgun as well as a Sturmgewehr Model 61 assault rifle.
  • Outside of combat, he can be seen hanging out with several members of the Millennium Organization. Intel from OSS agents like Karl Fairburne and Mike Powell indicate that he's discussing about their wealth and influence, as well as a desire to continue fighting for the Nazi cause.
  • Both Zofia Zawitowski and Robert Zussman absolutely loathe him, due to the Schutzstaffel's role in making their lives a living hell, not to mention the heavy implication that he probably ordered the construction of the Ho IX prototype using slave labor.
  • Thanks to his aforementioned combat prowess and past experience of being targeted by Allied agents, a number of deities such as B.J. Blaskowicz, Steve Rogers, and even Kung Fury were caught completely by surprise when the SS-Captain was able to trade blows with them and even come close to killing them. The Hauptsturmfuhrer even thwarted his own assassination attempts and got away unscathed.
  • General Nikita Dragovich takes interest in the German officer, hoping to acquire a copy of his Ho 229 blueprints so that he, with funding and help from Col. Volgin, can manufacture a reverse-engineered copy of the German jet fighter. This is to further his own goal, namely taking over the Pantheon with Nova-6.


Caeda, Goddess of Modest Nobility (Shiida, Sheeda, Sheyda, Sheda, Talys' Heart, Marth's Fiancee (now Wife))
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: The Wing Spear
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Princesses That Mingle With And Help People, Racking Up Body Counts, Blue Hair, Wearing More Common Clothes, Cooking And Eating Non-Gourmet Foods, Plucky Girl, Spear Fighting On A Pegasus, Recruiting A Bunch Of People (Still can't beat Marth though), Happily Married With Childhood Friend
  • Domains: Royalty, Combat, Love, War
  • Allies: Marth, Jagen, Palla, Catria, Est, Sigurd & Seliph, Roy, Hector & Lilina, Lyndis, Ike, Chrom, Lucina, Robin, Tailtiu, Samus Aran, Princess Peach, Princess Zelda, Natalia Luzu Kimlasca Landvaldear, Tyrande Whisperwind
  • Enemies: Grima, Bowser, Ganondorf, a lot of evil aristocrats
  • Ever since they're children, Caeda has always been a very close friend of Marth. As the Princess of Talys, she's always out there mingling with the commoners and helping them out, and never bothered with grand things of being a noble birth, such as gourmet foods, or fancy clothes, she likes her clothes practical for combat. As such, with Marth's support and for that fact, Caeda was able to ascend and happily reunited with Marth.
  • Of course, there were some difficulties. In particular... some rabid worshippers of Marth that didn't even know who she is because of not even bothering with their origin and only sticking with the events of Super Smash Bros., and thus liked to insult her for 'stealing' Marth from other deserving boys. Marth took care of that part, and just so to prove them wrong from her side, Caeda has since befriended BOTH Roy and Ike. They accept the friendship offers no problem.
    • The other problems seems to stem from how there were alternate verses where they saw Caeda being incapable of combat. These arguments were shut down when they witnessed Caeda and her Pegasus floating on a mountain of corpses of an unknown enemy group. Also there were cases that the likes of Bowser thought it was just a silly rumor and decided to try and kidnap her, only to be shoved away with javelins being tossed at him. Ganondorf also planned to do so, but afterwards, decided to wait for awhile, because he knew he can't just use brute force for that.
    • And another camp seemed to think that Marth deserved someone else who has pinned feelings on him: the middle Whitewing Catria. Caeda has expressed that she knows about her hidden feelings, sympathizes with her and does not want to flaunt how she got Marth and leaving Catria in the dust, especially after the times they fought together. She was about to express her sympathy when Catria ascended with her sisters, but she was told that they shouldn't dwell on it and maybe she should join the Whitewings in a training session (a way to avoid talking about it).
  • She also possesses her own ways to persuade people to join her side. Either by doing good deeds to them they felt indebted enough or... other methods mostly with feminine wiles
  • Believe it or not, while it was pretty unsung, Caeda was one of the earliest premiere heroines of Nintendo. And blatantly as well, unlike Peach and Zelda who spent their earlier days as a Damsel in Distress, or Samus who concealed her gender. She prefers they don't kneel to her and let them be the main faces of Nintendo heroines, she likes it better if she's not always in the main spotlight.
  • Along with Chrom, she seemed to have entered another world. With a helmet. She must've heard tales of her descendant Lucina and thought it should be good.
  • If anything, she has made it clear that if the Pantheon willed it that Marth is to die, she would like to switch places with Marth, so she's the one who dies first before him. That spoke how much she's devoted to him.
  • Seems to have respect on Tyrande Whisperwind for being one of the wives that are faithful to one who has noble heart. Of course, Caeda did her best to not piss her off because she's armed with a bow and it's something a Pegasus Rider like her would want to avoid.
  • Despite being a (minor) nobility, she's also a sweet one and she has fought quite a number of nobilities that oppresses people within her journey with Marth. So if anyone is being unrepentant in evil while flaunting their status... just don't expect Caeda to show mercy. In particular, after sharing stories with Ike, Caeda was just flabbergasted just how evil nobilities in Begnion can be.
  • She apparently inspired other Fire Emblem noble girls to look like her: Modest, humble, blue-haired and capable of ass-kicking, from Tana of Frelia to Lilina of Ostia, the latter just ascended with her father. Caeda just befriends them ASAP, and she doesn't mind if the two had their tenure as a Distressed Damsel before being able to kick ass, nor would she flaunt that she never became one in her run.
  • Pictures of her day of wedding with Marth was unveiled and a lot were stunned with how Caeda lived up to the rumors that she's as beautiful as an angel. Caeda made no comments about it to not flaunt it, though somehow she couldn't help but wonder why after that, every time she walks near the League of Flat Chest, she senses a murderous aura.

Gaius Julius Caesar Augustus Germanicus, The Royally Screwed Up God (Caligula, Little Boots, Little General, Germanicus, Berserker)
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    Joffrey Baratheon 
Joffrey Baratheon, The First of His Name, God of Royal Brats (Joffrey the Illborn, the Young Usurper, Aerys the Third, Joffrey Hill, King of the Andals, the Rhoynar, and the First Men, Lord of the Seven Kingdoms, Protector of the Realm, Lord of Storm's End)

    Luca Blight 
Luca Blight, God of Batshit Insane Villains With Royal Backgrounds (The Mad Prince)


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