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    The Equestria Girls 
The Equestria GirlsMembers , Goddesses of Fun-Filled High School Settings (The Rainbooms, The Humane Five/Six/Seven, Twilight: Sci-Twi)
Left to right: Pinkie Pie, Rainbow Dash, Twilight Sparkle, Rarity, Applejack, Fluttershy

    Kim Possible 
Kimberly Ann Possible, Goddess of Heroic Multitasking (Kim Possible, KP, Kimmy, Princess, Kimmie-Cub, Coach Possible, Red, Fraulein Possible, Sheela The Leopard Lady)
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: The Kimmunicator
  • Theme Song: "Call Me, Beep Me"
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Academic Athlete, Action Girl, Called "KP" by Ron, Costume Evolution, Buffy Speak, Go-Getter Girl, Extracurricular Enthusiast, Fiery Redhead, Grappling-Hook Gun, I Know Madden Kombat, She-Fu, Naïve Everygirl, Part-Time Hero, Tomboy with a Girly Streak
  • Domain: Heroism, Fist, Chaos, Good, Cheerleading
  • Followers: K.C. Cooper
  • Heralds: Dr. James Timothy Possible and Dr. Anne Possible (her parents), Jim and Tim Possible/"the Tweebs" (her younger brothers), Wade Load (her Mission Control).
  • Allies: Ron Stoppable (her boyfriend), Buffy Summers, Claire Bennet, Sabrina Spellman, Spider-Man, Juliet Starling, Otacon, James Bond, Dipper and Mabel, Phineas Flynn, Lilo & Stitch, Alex, Clover, and Sam
  • Enemies: Dr. Drakken, Shego, The Baroness, Destro, Jack Spicer, Raven Darkholme/Mystique, Katarina
  • Rivals: Libby Chessler
  • Just as broken clocks are capable of telling the time twice a day, Drakken actually managed to devise a plan that nearly worked. Buying out a taco chain, he dished out thousands of toys to various Houses, little did they know that they could transform into giant killer robots. It was the intervention of a red-headed heroine that managed to destroy the control tower that deactivated the machines.
    • It was then that the gods decided to hand her the Pom-Pom Girl trope… only to be challenged by Juliet Starling. The gods decided to put the two to the test to see which one had the acrobatics to deserve the title. Just as a winner was to be announced, one particular cheerleader denounced the contest; Libby declared neither of them fit the title because they do not match common cheerleader traits of shallow ruthless Alpha Bitches that Really Get Around. The Court of the Gods agreed with the ruling despite the protests of both contestants as well as Buffy and Claire, but compensated by giving the two other titles. Juliet would get the Teenager Talk title.
  • When she was denied the cheerleader spot, she was met with a surprising ally. Although wary of cheerleaders in general, Sabrina would have preferred her to whatever Libby and her posse would choose for the title. Afterwards, she, Sabrina and Juliet egged Libby's temple in a fit of revenge.
  • As one of her inspirations, she held Buffy in high regard even before the Slayer's role in helping her and Juliet ascend. The two teenager gods may have different professions, but the similarities cannot be denied. Expect these two to work together whenever super villains are using vampires to take over the world.
  • As someone who had to deal with school as well as crime-fighting when he was younger, Spider-Man has tasked himself with helping Kim deal with stress. He has had far less luck with Ron, who has a debilitating fear of bugs. A shame, as many gods thought the two would have been great friends.
  • Many evil gods made the mistake that a teenaged girl would be no problem to crush. Jack Spicer thought his army of Jackbots would be enough. The fight lasted two minutes.
  • There are many other villainous gods that are competing with Drakken for Kim's hate list. Among them is the Baroness and Destro, as the couple have proven to be a tougher nut to crack than she previously anticipated.
  • There was one time where Ron was much more competent in fighting crime than usual. When Kim confronted him on this, he attacked her. At first she thought he had turned evil again, but as the fight continued on, 'Ron' revealed himself to be the shapeshifter Mystique. When the assassin found out she couldn't defeat Kim that easily, she backed away. Kim's now employing countermeasures against future breaches.
  • However, no villain has pestered her more than Katarina, Goddess of Dark Action Girls. It's to a point that Kim can expect an ambush from the Sinister Blade whenever she's in a mission. Thankfully, she's been able to fend her off with a few close shaves. She suspects that Katarina is doing this for her mortal enemy Shego, who is a follower of Katarina's. It may only be a matter of time before Kat figures out a way to ascend her.
    • It didn't take long, but Shego gave her a rude awakening with a punch to the face. Shego's back, and Kim now has to deal with one of her most dangerous foes in the Pantheon as well.
  • While her source of intel Wade has been reliable, she had to get a new one in the Pantheon (the only reason Iji Kataiser got her own Mission Control was because it was her own brother and because their Earth had been destroyed). That role went squarely on Otacon. He fit the role perfectly to the point that he and Ron constantly discuss animé. Kim merely shakes her head at their antics.
  • Was quickly greeted by the God of Spies himself. It takes a lot to impressive James Bond, but saving the world multiple times when only a teenager can sure do the trick. Thankfully, he's refrained from putting the moves on her, respecting her relationship with Ron. That doesn't stop the sidekick from feeling jealous whenever he's around.
  • She and Ron hate those who engage in Domestic Abuse, given Kim had to endure an abusive relationship with a cruel synthodrone who posed as a young man named Eric. They're relieved that Otacon's fellow White Hat, Bentley, broke up with his abusive girlfriend, at the very least.
  • Was greeted along with her fellow original Disney cartoon gods as a well-deserved addition. Their numbers have been small compared to the Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network deities. They hope to remedy that problem soon enough with future ascensions.
    "What's the sitch?"
  • Also has a spot in House of Heroes.

    Rei Miyamoto 
Rei Miyamoto, Goddess of Repeating a School Year
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol/Signature Weapon: Springfield M1A1 Rifle with Bayonet
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Action Schoolgirl, The Betty to Saeko's Veronica, Childhood Friend Romance With Takashi, Clingy Jealous Girl, Girly Bruiser, Violently Protective Ex-Girlfriend To Takashi, Plucky Girl, School Uniforms are the New Black, Stands At 5'3", Wields A Rifle
  • Domains: Firearms, Schoolgirls, Zombie Outbreaks, Lost Loves, Ex-Girlfriends
  • High Priest: Zeke Tyler
  • Followers: Shogo Kawada, Daniel "Oz" Osbourne, Yasuhiro Hagakure, Binky Barnes
  • Allies:
  • Annoyed By: Jiraiya, Beavis and Butt-Head
  • Opposes: The House of the Undead and Phasmata (most of them), especially Alucard (Hellsing)
  • Suspected Mentor To: Clementine and the School Life Club
  • Supposed Mentors: Claire Redfield and Sherry Birkin, Momiji
  • Enemies: Nobuyuki Sugou, Albert Wesker, Caleb Goodman
  • Rei Miyamoto is the second of the Fujimi High survivors to ascend to the Pantheon. Rei had thought that she was the first, only to find her rival for Takashi's attention, Saeko Busujima, was already present. Deciding to put their rivalry on hold, both Rei and Saeko work to ascend their friends.
  • Rei was not very happy upon discovering the reason behind her ascension to her current station. As it turns out her father was a police officer who was investigating a politician for corruption. Said politician just so happens to have a son named Koichi Shidou, who just so happened to be a teacher at Fujimi. As an intimidation tactic to force her father to back off. made her repeat a year in high school.
  • As Nobuyuki Sugou reminds her of Koichi Shidou due to his charming personality, Rei has put him in the 'Enemy' category. It's also rumored that Shidou himself is a follower of Sugo, which makes it even more personal.
  • Her zombie-slaying exploits have attracted the attention of two of the Pantheon's zombie-slaying vets, Claire Redfield and Sherry Birkin. The two Raccoon survivors have taken Rei under their wing, mentoring her in firearms and self-defense.
  • Became a mentor herself to the School Life Club, due to the quintet of girls also being survivors of a zombie outbreak. Aside from the School Life Club, Rei has also struck up a friendship with Clementine. While Rei dislikes the fact that Clementine uses firearms, the girl does remind her of Alice/Arisu.
  • Turns out that she's not the only deity who had to repeat a grade. As it turns out, Nagisa Furukawa herself had to repeat a grade more than once, due to illness, rather than a vindictive teacher with a crooked politician for a dad. Both Rei and Nagisa ended up becoming good friends
  • Really, really hates Beavis and Butt-Head. This came about when both were repeatedly kept back and in some cases, demoted all the way back to Kindergarten. Fed up with their antics, the Kindergarten teacher sends them both back to high school.
  • Momiji is her second teacher. As Rei started off with a makeshift spear, Momiji sees the potential in Rei. "One thing a blade has over a firearm is that it does not need reloading," the deified shrine maiden notes before showing off her skills with the naginata cleaving through a group of 'Them' (HOTD's version of zombies). Rei is now considering Momiji's offer.
  • Like her friend Saeko, she's pretty pissed at Alucard upon learning the possibility that he was responsible for the zombie outbreak that ruined her town, but is fully aware that she can't do crap to him.


    Ferris Bueller 
Ferris Bueller, Heavenly King of Hooky Players
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: Empty composition book
  • Theme Song: "Oh Yeah"
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Skipping School, High-School Hustler, loved by all the students, Cool People Rebel Against Authority, Born Lucky, Fourth-Wall Observer
  • Domains: Chaos, School, Fun, Truancy
  • Heralds: Cameron and Sloane
  • Followers: Every student ever
  • Allies: Ned Bigby, Big Time Rush, Makoto Niijima, Calvin, Timon & Pumbaa, Zack Morris
  • Enemies: Severus Snape, Agatha Trunchbull, Denzel Crocker, Dolores Umbridge
  • Opposes: The Child Abuse Supporters in the House of Family
  • Complicated Relations: Simba, Inspector Gadget
  • Respected by: All student deities, even the evil ones
  • Unknown Connection: Tyler Durden
  • Banned from: House of Travel
  • Ferris Bueller is a resourceful and charming high schooler whose main goal in life is to have a good time. His most notable escapade was him skipping school by playing sick for his family and the faculty, then taking his best friend and girlfriend out on the town, completely duping authorities as he went. He also got to ride a sweet rare Ferrari.
  • Gets evasive whenever someone asks what the result of Cameron confronting his father over the busted Ferrari was.
    • The House of Travel insisted on banning Ferris from its grounds because of the whole incident, lest he tries to get his hands on the residing deities' prized vehicles.
  • Every student in the House of School and outside it adores him for his sheer coolness and charming personality. Even the less savory ones like Libby Chessler and Biff Tannen have reverence for him. Ferris is a righteous dude though, so he won't let them get away with their bullying no matter how much respect they show him.
    • Makoto Niijima shares in the students' enthusiasm to a certain extent, but even then she won't let him get away easily with his schemes to skip school. Makoto giving Ferris an earful is a common sight in the halls on the House of School. It's obvious that they're friends though, as Makoto has gotten him out of tight spots with the faculty.
  • On the other hand, his arrival to the Pantheon has incurred the wrath of the more controlling members of the faculty. Snape and Trunchbull are particularly eager to cull his tendencies. Seymour Skinner might be Ferris' greatest opponent given Skinner's super-human determination that no student shall cut class. While Ferris despises Snape and Trunchbull's sadistic treatment of students, he's actually fairly impressed by Skinner and respects him.
    • He also hates Denzel Crocker because of the glee he takes from handing absurdly low grades to students. It reminds him of how Rooney was deadset on ruining his life.
  • Has formed alliances with Big Time Rush and Zack Morris. They often work together to pull off some grand scheme.
  • Some of the frequent victims of Ferris' nastier schemes are the House of Famly's Child Abusers, in honor of his friend Cameron who suffers under a distant father who cares more about his material possessions than his son.
  • Simba's relationship with him is somewhat awkward, since Ferris' life philosophy reminds him of the times when he was running away from his responsibilities and ignoring his problems. The fact that they sound alike just makes Simba more uncomfortable. Timon and Pumbaa, on the other hand, like Ferris' relaxed attitude and how it reminds them of their good times with Simba, and think that years of being king have made the lion too uptight to appreciate him properly.
    • There's also something awkward about how a guy who looks like an older Ferris, Inspector Gadget, is a law enforcer.
  • Ferris is a big brother figure to a few younger deities:
    • He thinks Ned Bigby's idea for a school survival guide is pretty genius, and thinks he has future as a High-School Hustler. He has told Ned to tell him if anyone is picking on him.
    • Calvin looks up to him for doing whatever he wants and escaping the consequences easily. Calvin wants very badly for Ferris to teach him his ways so he can get away with stuff too. A lot of deities think Calvin would turn out just like Ferris if he grew up.
  • It has often been theorized, both in the Pantheon and in the mortal world, that Ferris is actually a figment of the imagination of his best friend and herald Cameron, which would mean Ferris is of a similar nature to Tyler Durden. Ferris gives ambiguous answers when asked about it; he probably likes to keep people guessing, though the extents to which Tyler takes his freedom do make comparisons between the two a bit disturbing to him.
  • On his first visit to the House of Food, he tried to pull off his Abe Froman, Sausage King of Chicago shtick to get the best service possible. Everyone saw through it and were quick to told him there was no need for that, since he was now a higher being than a mere Sausage King of Chicago could ever hope to be. Ferris enjoys the easy access to the greatest meals in the universe, though he does think that it's slightly sad that he won't be able to get satisfaction out of fooling snobby restaurant waiters anymore.
  • He doesn't condone any "-isms", so he doesn't look favorably upon any of the Alignment Gods. Basically, in his opinion, people should believe in themselves instead of ideals invented by others.
  • "You're still here? My profile's over! Go read the next one. ...Go."

    Roka Shibasaki 
Roka Shibasaki, Goddess of Post-Fight Group Creation (Underground Boss of Fujou High, President of the Fake Game Creation (Temp) Club, Ultimate Darkness Roka)

    Zack Morris 
Zachary "Zack" Morris, God of High School Hustlers
  • Demigod, though may be as powerful as Intermediate
  • Symbol: A school bell
  • Theme Song: Saved by the Bell Theme Song
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good with Chaotic Neutral tendencies
  • Portfolio: Breakout Character who constantly breaks the Fourth Wall, Brilliant, but Lazy, The Trickster, Mr. Vice Guy, KidAnova, Deadpan Snarker, ultimately Jerk with a Heart of Gold
  • Domains: Trickery, Chaos, Good, Charm, Education
  • Followers: Nabiki Tendo, Winker Watson, Van Wilder, Charlie Bartlett, Griff Hawkins, Cam Dunleavey, Big Gino
  • Heralds: Albert Clifford "A.C." Slater Sanchez, Samuel "Screech" Powers, Jessica "Jessie" Myrtle Spano, Lisa Marie Turtle (his friends), Kelly Kapowski (his High-School Sweetheart, later wife).
  • Allies: Ed, Edd and Eddy, Bart, Dennis the Menace, Lucifer, The Fonz, Jimmy Hopkins
  • Enemies: Agatha Trunchbull, YHVH, The Mayor, Dark Judges, Miko Miyazaki, Inspector Javert, Dolores Umbridge
  • Once just a small kid trying to make a name for himself, he has fully grown into one of the most infamous schemers in the Multiverse. No matter how crazy his Zany Schemes were, he always seemed to come out on top. His ascension was met by jubilation among many Trickster Gods.
    • Deities were stumped on how to rank him. At first glance, Zack is just an ordinary man. But he somehow has the ability to break the fourth wall and even stop time itself. Zack surprisingly insisted that he be ranked as a Demigod. He found it fitting to be underestimated by many.
    • There is one theory that has been circulating the market theory. There is the possibility that he may have thought of the entire situation in his mind. It would explain how well he has been able to pull off his schemes. It's the one theory he vehemently refuses as it would not only invalidate his prowess, it also makes him more like a creep, including brainwashing (current wife) Kelly.
  • T.J. likened him to be the older brother he wished he had. Zack was happy to teach him the tricks of the trade,
  • Like many others, he pitied the way the Eds were treated throughout their lives and was glad that they won over the Cul-De-Sac.
  • Is part of a legendary rivalry with Feeny, and it's not because he caused trouble in school. The two are arguably part of two of the most well-known teen sitcoms of The '90s. Zack has longed to meet up with the principal in the Pantheon for his group to have a seat in the Pantheon.
  • Both can agree on one thing; Ms. Trunchbull is a cruel mistress. Zack's annoyed with the way her followers mistreat his own while Feeny has seen many of her kind prevent his followers from reaching out to students. Both have agreed to work together when it comes to dealing with the likes of her.
  • Is not that concerned with the Good vs Evil aspect as much as favoring Lucifer over YHVH. Lucifer considers it an honor to be graced with a prankster of his magnitude, enlisting the man to the GUAC. YHVH likened the boy as a threat, sending his subordinates to match a plan to discipline him.
  • The Major took it upon himself to warn deities of his schemes, making it harder for Zack to succeed.
  • One of his most persistent foes are the combined threat of Javert and Miko. The inspector sees Zack as a prime example of what happens when someone disregards even one of the lightest of crimes. He swears to put him away to serve time. Miko is a bit more extreme, hoping that Zack gets the highest degree of punishment for the unrepentant man. Due to their dogged mantra, the duo has managed to capture him several times, but Zack has managed to escape capture every time, some of which due to mysterious circumstances.
  • Judge Death has something else in mind. He sees Zack as the perfect person to make an example to the world what happens to those who commit crimes. He and the Dark Judges are the only deities Zack truly fears, taking great lengths to avoid their presence.
  • Looks up to the Fonz as the epitome of what a cool character should be like. He's one of the few not to cringe at his Jumped the Shark moment. To him, if he can do that and look cool by doing it, than why stop? In exchange, Zack teaches him some of his methods. Not even becoming a teacher deterred him from liking the Fonz.
  • Much of his success comes from aid from Jimmy Hopkins. Any big kid who thinks they could bully Zack out of his profits receive a pounding from the Bully Hunter. Jimmy is capable of hustling at times as well, though in the Pantheon he increasingly relies on Zack to help get enough money for supplies.
  • He was quite the ladies man before he hooked up with Kelly in the end. Many female deities were disappointed that he was taken, but a few love goddesses have volunteer to help the couple navigate through their marriage.


    The Breakfast Club 
John Bender, Andrew Clark, Claire Standish, Allison Reynolds, and Brian Johnson, Gods of Enduring Detention
From left to right: John, Andrew, Allison, Claire, Brian

  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: Brian's response essay to Richard Vernon
  • Theme Song: Don't You (Forget About Me)
  • Alignment: Varies from Neutral Good to Chaotic Good (John Bender has shades of Chaotic Neutral)
  • Portfolio: Deconstructed Stock Students, Dysfunctional Parents, Color-Coded Characters, Five Temperament Ensemble, Troubled Teenagers Shaped By Their Upbringings, Realizing Their Similarities With Parent Troubles, Iconic Epilogue Letter, Inspiring Similar Stories From Their Unique Friendships
  • Domains: Students, Detention, Dysfunctions, Cliques, Upbringing
  • Allies (Sometimes Teeth-Clenched Teamwork for John in particular): Jimmy Hopkins, Draco Malfoy, Malcolm Wilkerson, The Eds, Jin Kazama, Danny, Sam, Tucker, The Phantom Thieves of Hearts, Dr. Doofenshmirtz, Mary Jane Watson
  • Fears: Pico, Nene, and Darnell, The South Park Boys (mainly Cartman)
  • Oppose: Seymour Skinner, Lucius Malfoy, Kazuya and Heihachi Mishima
  • Enemies: The Child Abuse Supporters, Gary Smith, Agatha Trunchbull, Biff Tannen, Libby Chessler, Eliza and Neal Reagan, John Kreese, Denzel Crocker
  • On one particular Saturday, five high school students were all brought into detention for various issues regarding them, all a bunch of strangers who never knew each other before. Brought in to complete an essay for fulfilling their detention, their distinct personalities were bound to end with trouble. However, these students, while coming in for different purposes, all found the same thing in the end of all the chaos they caused. A mutual understanding of each other, and the struggles and dysfunctions that each made all of them who they were. And despite how each of them was a different kind of student entirely, the group made of a brain, a beauty, a jock, a rebel, and a recluse, they found themselves finding enough in common with each other for what would be an unforgettable few hours of enlightenment and bonding.
  • The five students of Shermer High would all part ways after that fateful day, and they didn't know what would await either their academic nor domestic life for either them nor each other. That night, they all slept expecting to continue the dreary lives they had before, but with a newfound resolve or some hope, perhaps. All of them woke up to find that they were now in the hands of a much different fate awaiting them. A whole world of more vibrant individuals and groups, some much more pleasant than the students and adults they were familiar, others somehow much, much worse. Each of them eventually met each other, gladly embracing each other then wondering where the hell were they, let alone how they got here. They started blaming John for the weed they smoked somehow being behind it all, only for Allison (the one who didn't smoke) to make a guess that this was some place where weird special people from different worlds hung out. The lot of them were introduced to the Pantheon, telling them of their ascension as new deities, now immortal and able to live a new life in the Pantheon. After Bender made a crude joke about killing one of them to test out their Resurrective Immortality, they were all sent to the Elysium Academy to go through with finishing their education, but in a new environment much different to the ones they had before. While intimidated by the new life and culture ahead of them, they were overall more excited by the idea of getting a new start on their reputation as students and as people, without their families and former friends to influence them.
  • From the popular to the unpopular, all of them have had many obstacles when it came to adapting to a new school life. While they no longer had to deal with the burdens of their own families and no longer needed to worry about living with their own people, starting over from scratch was inevitably rough for them. Even with their temple effectively giving each of them suitable housing for their own tastes and interests, the kinds of values and social standards they lived by were much different from back in their own school. Most significantly, things like bullying, harassment, and abuse were taken much more seriously, not to mention that it was much more difficult for John Bender to sneak in some weed inside. With a more progressive, watchful, and somewhat more friendly community among the school representatives, there was a good chance for them to adapt. Since they didn't get to bring the likes of their families along, all the Breakfast Club have in familiar allies are themselves, so now they have to really learn how to stick together, something they were getting the hang of, but not just at school detention this time.
  • Being someone highly experienced with putting his foot down when it came to bullies, the Shermer High students have crossed paths with Jimmy Hopkins, himself a student of Bullworth Academy, a school with much more severe bullying problems and troublesome students and cliques. The Breakfast Club found Jimmy to be surprisingly noble for such a rebellious student that got sent to the academy because he was such a mischievous kid, so even John Bender is impressed with him, knowing very well he isn't someone to push around. Jimmy himself notes that most of them would fit right into Bullworth Academy's cliques, Bender fitting in with the Greasers, Claire with the Preppies, Andrew with the Jocks, and Brian with the Nerds. The one exception, Allison, ends up reminding him of his buddy Pete Kowalski, a quiet and asocial friend who's more wise to things than they appear. He's also had to give them advice with dealing with all sorts of students, both nice and nasty. Given that John actually tried to go after Gary Smith earlier thinking it would be simple to kick Gary's face in, only to unwittingly get caught into one of his schemes, indirectly causing the Breakfast Club to indirectly get into trouble, Jimmy wants to make sure that doesn't occur again.
  • When it comes to the school staff in the Pantheon, they've felt right at home knowing that some of them are just as unpleasant as the ones from Shermer High. In particular, Seymour Skinner's harsh and inconsiderate attitude not only displeases them but reminds them too much about their own principal, Dick Vernon. Hearing that Skinner made Mr. Vernon "his High Priest" was all the more alarming to them, but they realized that even if Vernon had gotten a higher position in the Pantheon like theirs, he'd have just as much, if not more trouble adapting to the Pantheon than they have. There were also some teachers that the five of them vouched never to learn under. While thankfully not under their normal range of students to teach, they hope not to deal with the likes of either Denzel Crocker for his ridiculous assignments and grades (especially not Brian) and Agatha Trunchbull, an absurdly harsh and cruel teacher who they enjoy seeing suffer for all the trouble she causes to students. Allison herself also befriended Matilda Wormwood in particular, due to her ability to deal with people like Trunchbull, her similar home life of being neglected by her parents, and because her telekinetic powers are funny.
  • While some of them do feel sad about leaving their former families (especially Claire), they'd rather not think too much about the House of Family all that much. One main reason is the presence of the Child Abuse Supporters there, who remind them of all the more dreadful aspects of their home life. While they know it's not their place to deal with them personally at all, they've spoken in jest before that Lady Tremaine shouldn't be left in a room alone with them, John also boasting about returning home with an animal skin from a certain lion (he has yet to back up his words). However, if they've met people from that House who've experienced similar troubles to them, they'll try to be as supportive as they can. Malcolm Wilkerson for one found the lot of them to be neat friends to hang out with when his family is unbearable, though some would say that John Bender isn't a good influence. Malcolm also happens to find Brian to be the most relatable out of all of them, excelling at so many things, except for one particular subject that ends up being a source of frustration for them, with shop class being Brian's bane and music appreciation being Malcolm's, both of them initially seeing those classes as easy A grades. Malcolm's mom, Lois, being quite an Education Mama herself who even puts more extracurricular activities on Malcolm's schedule, earning Brian's silent resentment.
    • Even for the likes of Andrew, the toughest student in the Breakfast Club, and John, the more boastful and aggressive student compared to the rest, the Breakfast Club isn't planning to get into fights if they can help it. Not just because some of their students happen to be ridiculously strong or skilled, they simply don't want to perpetuate the hostility some of them have felt from their lives at home. Not to mention that the likes of Elysium Academy already has its issues with violence even with being more strict on it than Shermer High was, Brian already guessing that his stint involving a Flare Gun would land him with something harder than just plain detention. Seeing more intimidating and violent students like Pico, Nene, and Darnell among them has kept them cautious, even John tried to get closer to them, but even their chaotic attitude too much for him. They also noted the younger but surprisingly more crude South Park boys, and preferably stay away from, due to not wanting to be involved in Collateral Damage in regards to Kenny, and just not getting involved with Cartman in general. John Bender ended up antagonizing Cartman one time and he ended up walking back to the rest of the Breakfast Club with several bruises, cuts, partially on fire, and some broken bones.
    Bender: I didn't think a simple sticky note would end up like this.
  • Seeing some of the more fantastical and powerful deities have their own family issues has gotten the Breakfast Club to wonder if they somehow got it off easy. The family feud regarding the Mishimas is so twisted to them that they not only root for Jin to win out against both of them but even speculate that both Kazuya and Heihachi hate each other too much to be able to live without each other. The Malfoys, while the magic academy they come from is hard for them to comprehend, the likes of Andrew and John can see a bit of themselves in Drake, even. Drake himself who tried his best to be as nice as could to curious muggles like them would tell them all about his struggles in not being the father that Lucius was to him as he tries to take care of his own new son, Scorpius, something the Breakfast Club can appreciate. There was also the trio of Danny, Sam, and Tucker in the Pantheon, who were all generally unpopular students that had to go a long way to earn their respect from their peers. The three of them were relieved to know that the likes of Andrew and Claire, weren't intending on being high-and-mighty bullies this time around, though John is still someone they have difficulties being chummy with. While Brian and Tucker get along the best between them, Sam's quirky attempts at being progressive, while appreciated, sometimes get out of hand, so while they're still on very good terms, it's mainly Allison that interacts with her the most out of all the five.
  • The Breakfast Club surprisingly made a good buddy out of Dr. Doofenshmirtz of all people. For one, they find a majority of his inventions and strange "-inators" to be interesting if not hilariously entertaining, so it wasn't even just Bender that didn't mind his former villain status that much. They also noted how absurdly neglectful and dismissive his parents were toward him, as if he weren't even their own kid, not to mention being in the shadow of his brother as well, which ended up with them wincing at the imagined emotional pain of such an experience. What ended up solidifying their friendship with each other was how he managed to raise his own daughter Vanessa and in a much more caring manner that his parents couldn't hope to live up to, earning the Breakfast Club's genuine respect. And while not particularly in a similar situation, they've hung out with the Eds, mainly for watching the shenanigans they end up in for entertainment, also because they've had sympathetic domestic lives as well. Most significantly is Eddy who ended up being influenced negatively by his abusive brother, which caused him to develop similar shady behaviors in the name of earning his respect, only to eventually find that his brother had little respect to give, and eventually broke away from such a toxic family relationship. Not to mention Brian in particular getting along with Edd the most, exchanging bits and pieces of the things they've learned with each other.
  • Given the Phantom Thieves' own struggles regarding their own domestic lives, they were quick to get friendly with the Breakfast Club. Given that they all had their own issues to "brag" about to each other, they mostly find each other as other friendly students to work alongside. Brian helps them out with their school assignments (Brian anticipates becoming a Homework Slave to them sooner or later), Allison watching Yusuke create art, or everyone else dealing with Bender becoming unbearable to other students on occasion. Even though there's much they agree about on, like how insufferable some teachers like a certain Kamoshida were, or the problems that clique-like school culture brought up, the Phantom Thieves still try not to get too chummy with the Breakfast Club. It's mainly since they don't want the likes of them getting too curious about their work involving their Personas. They were ill-prepared for the Noodle Incident that led to Allison of all of them discovering and getting lost in the Metaverse, however. The events that transpired for such a conclusion to occur was apparently embarassing enough for them to not want to explain them to others about it, but at least they know how to prevent Allison's curious and snooping nature from getting the best of them again.
  • For John:
    • John Bender being the most delinquent-like in nature of the Breakfast Club, he had a lot of trouble getting along with other students and faculty in the Pantheon. People are more understanding of his particular Freudian Excuse but they're not going to let his problematic behavior slide because of it. They're especially tough on Bender's advances on Claire in particular, and make it clear that similar behavior isn't going to be tolerated as it was back in their days. While Claire doesn't think it's all that necessary and wants to keep Bender out of trouble, part of her does smugly enjoy watching Bender getting humbled for his actions. But despite how he likes to act proud of being such a troublemaker, deep down he really does hope he can learn to be the better student people want him to be, mainly due to how grateful he is from being far, far away from his poor excuses of parents. When it comes to closer friends, Bender found people like himself with Johnny and Steve from the Curtis Gang, who've had severe parental issues themselves, Johnny's either being neglectful or violent toward their son. While it took a while for Bender to adapt to their customs, he doesn't mind sticking around with them when things are tough for either of them.
    • While Bender is the kind of guy who wants to look like a tough bully who sits on children for fun, he's managed to find a few of them pretty cool to get along with. Getting along with Bart Simpson and Kevin McCallister was easy noting the mischievous things they get up to, and for the latter, seeing unscrupulous adults suffer is all fine with him. While Kevin was initially worried about the big man, he does feel bad for the guy since it seems that his parents made him go worse than the unpleasantries of his siblings and parents. As for John and Bart, they're usually setting up pranks when the rest of the Breakfast Club isn't around, and John even helps Bart prank his own dad, to Homer's dismay, among other people, Principal Skinner included.
  • For Andrew:
    • Regretting his time of being a tough and cruel bully just for the sake of appearing super masculine, Andy came in hoping that he could avoid doing such things again. While he certainly was a lot nicer to the less popular kids and athletes at school, which didn't go unnoticed, some people pointed out that he was trying too hard and appeared meek due to putting so much effort into not being a bully toward others. His new friends assured him that without his dad around, he would be better off just trying to be himself, since if he at his core isn't as toxic and uncaring as his father was, he won't necessarily turn worse just by being himself. And even if he somehow did relapse into his old ways, other students would be more willing to set him straight. Andrew himself also has someone to set straight, mainly Biff Tannen who didn't really move on from his bullying ways even as an adult. Not to mention seeing how miserable he was as a grown adult showed Andrew how much of a terrible life Andrew was in for if he continued to live the way his dad wanted him to live like.
    • A tough adept at practical wrestling, it was inevitable for him to meet up with both Johnny Lawrence and Daniel LaRusso, the latter of which developed his own character on top of karate skills to overcome his bullies, and the former being one of said bullies from Thug Dojo Cobra Kai, though he reformed and attempted to reform Cobra Kai, though that didn't work out as well as he hoped. While Andrew was initially worried regarding Johnny, Johnny assured himself that he wants to reform to be a far better person than what he was in his younger days, understanding Andrew's plight. While Andrew was interested in adding karate to his portfolio on top of his wrestling skills, he finds Daniel's style of karate more appealing. That said, they can all agree on how insufferable and cruel John Kreese was, being as senselessly ruthless as Andy's own father. A stranger friendship Andrew made regarding the topic of traditional wrestling was Pops, who not only had a lot of enthusiasm regarding the subject but his compassion being quite the contrast to Andrew's biological father, Pops himself respecting the guy for not following in his dad's footsteps.
  • For Claire:
    • Having gained popularity by being Shermer High's Alpha Bitch, Claire thought it would be nice to start over and use her social knowledge for a more humble reputation. Given how used she was to being in the spotlight, it proved difficult to get used to amending her ways, but people were willing to getting along with her regardless. Some of the more notable friends she gained were Kim Possible and Sabrina Spellman, both of them having dealt with more insufferable girls like some of Claire's former friends, and wanted to show appreciation for Claire attempting to do better than them. Notably, one of said haughty popular students, Libby Chessler, sees Claire's growing friend circle as competition, and has plans on snuffing out Claire's popularity, not that people will make it easier for her. Same goes with Eliza and Neil Reagan who believe that she's degrading herself trying to get along with the lowly unpopular people. That said, Claire herself worries about now being on the receiving end of the condescending mannerisms of her old lifestyle.
    • When it came to adapting to the newer times of the Pantheon, communication technology was a big one for Claire, and she ended up getting used to this particular new social trend by Kayla Day, a middle-schooler that just graduated to high-schooler who knew a lot about living through her smartphone. While Kayla wasn't actually the most social person in direct meetings, she's been trying to open herself up more regularly, and Claire mainly befriended her not just for understanding the ways students have been socializing through smartphones or just browsing through the internet in general, but since Claire wanted to be more friendly and attentive toward the less popular and social peers as well. She also managed to understand what Kayla went through regarding one Alpha Bitch of a poor "friend" that was Kennedy, and is supportive in helping Kayla adjust her life to socializing among friends herself.
  • For Allison:
    • Aside from Bender, Allison ended up having a similarly difficult time adapting to her new school life at the Pantheon. While she's been somewhat better at reaching out to potential new friends and is beginning to develop decent social skills, part of her aloof nature isn't used to her more attentive teachers and peers. Used to just goofing off in class and showing off her stranger talents over actually learning things has highlighted how far behind she is in terms of book smarts, since back then no one really cared how successful she was. She does appreciate people trying to reach out to her more, but being used to having little friends or interactions is something many loners like her have to adjust to. Additionally, sometimes she comes into school with different attires and hairstyles from time to time, including her more known makeover given from Claire. While people argue that she doesn't really need all of these makeovers, Allison isn't doing this to impress the snotty beauty people. She mainly just goes from her usual look to her newer looks to whatever she asks a capable friend for, just because it both opens herself up to friends more and just because she feels like it, knowing and caring little about "looking good".
    • She's also surprisingly cynical among the group, herself believing that she and the likes of the Breakfast Club are bound to end up inheriting the unlikable parts of their parents whether they like it or not. While the more optimistic members of the House of Family want to prove her wrong, the normally aloof Holden Caulfield found her to be a kindred spirit. While she finds Holden's desire to keep innocent children away from the burdens of being an adult interesting and likable, Allison deems Holden's efforts to be in vain, not that she's enough of a jerk to pester him about it. Not to mention her relating to Holden regarding the thought of running away from their families, something Holden didn't really go through with in his world, but Allison herself was always planning to do, given how neglectful her parents were. Holden, unfamiliar to Allison's own parental issues, doesn't really try to judge.
  • For Brian:
    • Brian, having been so focused on learning everything just to keep his high grades, even at the expense of his social skills, would try to improve his ability to socialize more since education-wise, he had a headstart over the rest of the Breakfast Club. While there have been newer subjects and updated knowledge to keep him from getting complacent, at least he didn't have to deal with that dreaded shop class. Despite not having his nasty Education Mama mercilessly watching his grades, he still ends up getting rather nervous when he feels like he's struggling at a particular class. Some habits don't die easy and for all of his attempts to move on, the dreaded B grade still makes him feel very uneasy. Some surprising companions were both Daria Morgendoffer and Jane Lane, both of which have dealt with lacking many friends but have stuck by it, with Daria being as academically successful as Brian overall. They're generous enough to give him advice regarding surviving through classes given his kind though troubled disposition, as well as having a relatable smartie to hang out with on occasion.
    • Claire invited the rest of the Breakfast Club to a party that she and Mary Jane Watson set up, Claire herself understanding how Mary Jane mainly put up her fun social life to get over her troublesome domestic life with her family, something the Breakfast Club sympathized with well, though only Claire was used to Mary Jane's public lifestyle. As for Brian, while he enjoyed the party in general, what ended up being making the day memorable for him was after the party where he got to meet Peter Parker, one of Mary Jane's closer friends if not lovers. Peter Parker ended up pitying the poor scholar for being such a nice man enduring a poor social life inspite of his smarts, and they both talked about each others' lives at home and the things they learned, with Brian being impressed by Parker's feats. While unaware of Peter Parker's other occupation of being Spider-Man, Brian tries to be a more outgoing friend with some of Parker's advice.

"Dear Mr. Vernon: We accept the fact that we had to sacrifice a whole Saturday in detention for whatever it was we did wrong. But we think you're crazy to make us write an essay telling you who we think we are. You see us as you want to see us — in the simplest terms and the most convenient definitions. But what we found out is that each one of us is a brain..."

"...and an athlete..."

"...and a basketcase..."

"...a princess..."

"and a criminal."

"Does that answer your question? Sincerely yours, the Breakfast Club."