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Lucy Miller, Goddess of Higher Understanding Through Drugs
  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: A suitcase full of CP34
  • Theme Song: Sister Rust
  • Alignment: True Neutral with elements of Knight Templar mixed in
  • Portfolio: Capable Of Using More Than 90 Percent Of Her Brain After Using Powerful Drugs, Sees Herself As Above Good and Evil, Action Girl, Transcended Her Humanity, Both An Invincible and Sociopathic Heroine, Humanoid Abomination, The Comically Serious, Deadly Upgrade, Dull Surprise, Enlightenment Superpowers
  • Domains: Drugs, Willpower
  • High Priests: Eddie Morra and Jesse Custer
  • Odd Friendship: Sherlock Holmes, Black Widow, Motoko Kusanagi, Leeloo
  • Allies: For Lucy, it varies.
  • Opposed By: YHVH, Superman, Batman, and Darkseid
  • Enemies: Travis Bickle and any and all taxi drivers, both on the mortal plane and the Pantheon (especially non-speaking English ones), Albert Wesker, Alex Wesker, Alexia Ashford, Victor Von Doom, Doc Scratch, Mr. Shadow
  • "I AM EVERYWHERE." This is the message in which every single cellphone and computer screen read. Then...she came. Out in front of the House of Knowledge, a dark, bubbling mass appeared. The mass then grew, taking shape, until it's form was that of a woman with dirty blond hair and clad in a slinky black dress, with a pair of expensive pumps completing the outfit. Lucy has arrived, having quite literally ascended to the Pantheon.
  • Before shedding her mortal coil (quite literally!), Lucy was a student studying overseas in Taiwan. Then her boyfriend was killed and she was made to be a drug mule for the powerful synthetic drug known as CP34. Her path to godhood begun when one of the packets ruptured, releasing a massive dose of the drug into her bloodstream. End result? She developed various pre-coded abilities such as telepathy, telekinesis, mental time travel, and the ability not to feel any discomfort, such as pain.
  • Due to her unique status of actually knowing everything, every single deity in the Pantheon are getting rather annoyed by her 'Do-as-I-say-because-I-know-everything' attitude. Not like Lucy didn't want to know everything, but that's the hand dealt to her.
    • Of course, every once in a while, whenever Lucy tends to rub the deities the wrong way, Batman and Captain America smack Lucy with a couple of Nerf bats, telling her while this is indeed the Pantheon, 'this is not her world.'
  • Lucy is also the only Goddess in the entire Pantheon that could (and would) get away with just about anything, and no one could stop her. Of course, while the Main House can't do anything about her status, they have set in place a couple of failsafes to keep her (and her steadily-growing powers) in check.
  • As for the drug known as CP34, it has been decided by the higher ups that one packet shall be locked away inside the Vault for safekeeping, while the others shall be destroyed. Lucy will be the only deity who will ascend through this drug.
  • The deified members from the Marvel Universe note Lucy's uncanny resemblance to Black Widow. Of course, this doesn't stop Lucy from taking on Widow's likeness for her own amusement. While Widow is not amused, she is (somewhat) friends with Lucy.
    • Lucy also grew a relationship with Motoko Kusanagi, having impersonated her under the alias Mira Killan and using her technopathy to aid the Major's cyborg body.
  • While Lucy is one if the smartest in the Pantheon, there are those in the Pantheon that are smarter than her. As Tony Stark once said, " Everything special about her came from that drug."
  • Albert and Alex Wesker are leading the charge in their attempts to use Lucy to further their research. While the packets of CP34 are out of their reach, the Weskers both believe that the secret lies within Lucy's blood. Once they unlock the secrets, then they can get their revenge on the Redfield siblings for ruining their plans.
  • Travis Bickle, the Patron of Taxi Drivers, hates Lucy due to her treatment of his fellow cab drivers back when she was a mortal. Granted that she was on the road to godhood, but still...
  • Due to shared origins, has gotten along with Leeloo, and is always willing to give some protection to Leon and Mathilda. While Lucy knows that as powerful as she is there is no way she could take on Leeloo's "nemesis" Mr. Shadow on her own, she won't back down on joining the fight against him - her brain improvement led to detachment that deems concepts such as "Evil" to be meaningless, but there's no way Lucy can let literal world-destroying forces go by unchecked.

    SCP Foundation 
The SCP Foundation, Organization of Maintaining Normalcy and Classified Information (The Foundation, Soap From Corpses Products Inc., Skeptics of Conspiracy and the Paranormal, South Cheyenne Point, Skippers, Essie P)
  • Overdeity: The organization as a whole; it consists of a vast number of lesser beings.
  • Symbol: The motto "To Secure, Contain, and Protect" and their official pointed-circle logo.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Extranormal Institute, He Who Fights Monsters, [DATA EXPUNGED], Nightmare Fuel, High Turnover Rate, Necessarily Evil, Paranoia Fuel, ██████ ███, Things Man Was Not Meant to Know, Status Quo Is God, Reset Button
  • Domains: Deconstruction, Skepticism, Containment, Logic, Security, Protection, ███████, Status Quo, Censorship, [REDACTED]
  • Ascended Members: Dr. Alto Clef
  • Allies: Agent K & Agent J
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Gandalf
  • Tenuous relations with: Yukari Yakumo, Sumireko Usami
  • Enemies: SCP-682, SCP-173, SCP-993, SCP-169... In general, any SCPs who refuse to cooperate with the Foundation, The Incubators, The Church of the Broken God (with some exceptions), Sarkicism, The Fifth Church, Ghatanothoa, Ithaqua, The Colour Out of Space
  • Rivals: The Global Occult Coalition
  • Though not a singular entity, the Foundation has collected so many weird and odd artifacts over the years that it has a very in-depth understanding of how extranormal beings operate and, as a result, have developed many effective methods in fighting and containing them. Realizing that they would work better as allies than enemies, the head deities allowed the SCP Foundation to establish a permanent presence in the Main House, where its primary duty is to oversee the House of Treasures, maintain the status quo of the Pantheon, and make sure that the mortal realms remain unaware of the events that transpire in this plane of existence.
  • Operation Gotterdammerung is proceeding as planned. Xanatos: Phase Six, complete.
  • The Foundation once tried to "neutralize" Fred Rogers because they deemed him too powerful. It didn't end well.
  • Batman is rumored to have very close ties to the Foundation; it has been further hypothesized that he may in fact head it, or at the very least provide a rather sizable chunk of its data as regards to other gods in general and super-beings in particular.
  • Due to its vast collection of various artifacts, it's rumored that the Foundation has an SCP or procedure to kill, incapacitate, or contain any being or deity it comes across. It commands great fear and respect among the lesser deities after stories of its "neutralizing" of one of Haruhi's alternate universe counterparts began to circulate.
  • Apparently has a few agents watching the Sages of Gensokyo, and in particular Yukari Yakumo, just in case she decided that it would be better if the Pantheon 'disappeared'. In turn, however, the gap youkai has her trusted shikigami (and said shikigami's own shikigami) keeping tabs on the Foundation itself in case they go ahead and classify all of Gensokyo as an SCP. To make matters more complicated for both, human esper Sumireko Usami has begun to look into this shadow war by her own volition, which can potentially compromise them, leading to them making announcements regarding Sumireko's involvement.
  • Has recently formed an alliance with the agents of the Warehouse, past and present, due to their similar missions. Ditto the Men In Black, who also work for keeping a masquerade.
  • May have The Federal Bureau of Control as one of their fronts.
  • Have refused to comment on the rumors that their logo was originally a "Five-Minute Foundation Orientation" tool.
  • Despite all the truly evil things they have done in their goal of maintaining the Status Quo, the SCP Foundation is forever a true ally to Humanity and their guardians from the things that lie in the dark. The P stands for Protect. Remember this.
  • A break-in at the Foundation caused quite a stir throughout the Pantheon, especially considering it was still dealing with the fiasco dubbed "The Great Upheaval". That is until it was discovered that the only thing missing was the utterly-harmless SCP-999. Agents of the Foundation found the cuddly, blob-like entity in the company of Madoka Kaname. The recently depowered Goddess claimed ignorance, both of the creature's nature and how it had come into her possession; it had apparently appeared in the middle of the night in her room. She reluctantly parted with the creature: after everything she had dealt with, she had found the SCP's presence very cheering. Considering the timing and nature of the breakout, the Foundation has a relatively good idea of who was behind it.
  • Their current project is to find a way to get Isaac in as a SCP after the reveal of his devil form came unwrapped. Unfortunately, Lucifer also took a interest in Isaac and is considering having him as a adopted son he could train. A war to get Isaac first could break out, making the Pantheon anxious.
  • Annoyed at misspellings and ever worried about documentation, the Foundation has created an amusing method to keep the name right: whenever someone in the pantheon calls them "SPC", Bruce is punched and the misspeller is subsequently chased by the shark. Of course this led to problems for the Samurai Pizza Cats once, and the Foundation is currently trying to implant an exception for them.

    The Truth 
The Truth, Guardian of the Gate of Truth (God, The World, The Universe, One All and You, Truth-kun)
  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: The Gate of Truth
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Cosmic Maintainer Of Equivalent Exchange, Eldritch Abomination, Jerkass Gods, Embodiment of Truth And Maintainer of Everything, Empathic Shapeshifter, The Omniscient, Everyone Has Their Truth, Threshold of Boundless Knowledge, Karma Personified, Graceful Loser, Good is Not Nice, Trickster Mentor, The Blank
  • Domains: The Truth, Alchemy, Forbidden Knowledge, Laws, Karma
  • High Priest: The Source
  • Followers: Islington
  • Allies: Yog-Sothtoh, The Living Tribunal, Tartarus, Nemesis, Histoire, Hermaeus Mora, Death of the Endless, Sans, Johnny Blaze
  • On good terms with: Edward and Alphonse Elric, Beerus, Greed, Tatsuya Suou, Android 17
  • Enemies: Father, Zanza, The Incubators, Darkseid, Bill Cipher, Nerif, Homura Akemi
  • Opposes: The arrogant and boastful, Light Yagami, Cyrus
  • Opposed by: Izumi Curtis
  • Annoyed by: Vril Dox/Brainiac
  • Additional Relationship with: Van Hohenheim, Roy Mustang, Dante (FMA)
  • It has many names; you can call it God, The World, The Universe, but most refer to the entity as Truth. An almighty being, it maintains the laws of Equivalent Exchange and oversees the FMA universe. Those who perform human transmutation will face its punishments, though can be rather amoral about it. It is karma personified and now chooses to interact with the Trope Pantheon.
  • The Truth is somewhat of a hollow version of oneself, a Shadow Archetype to the alchemist. Whenever someone visits its temple, the Cosmic Entity will appear as a blank silhouette of them. Has entertained the ideas of representing the Shadow Archetype trope, and was disappointed by the Ebon Dragon. The Truth considers him to be pathetic.
  • Rather similar to Outer God Yog-Sothoth, being a Cosmic Entity who guards great knowledge. Possibly the Outer God's FMA counterpart. The two get along and work to maintain proper knowledge and stability throughout the multiverses. It's also somewhat similar to the Source, and like with the Source, Darkseid hopes to plunder the Truth for ultimate knowledge and power. More concerned with the Dark God due to his greater success rate compared to Father.
  • One of its functions is to punish those that try to play God, as "despair is for the conceited." Hasn't explained how Father managed to get out of his prison but has stated it's not that concerned, as it has the Court of the Gods keeping him in check and is capable of reclaiming him at any moment. Considers Light Yagami to be particularly conceited, and laughs at his futile attempt of trying to be "the god of the new world".
    • Approves of Tartarus, as it serves as a punishment for mortals who committed great hubris.
  • Serves as a cosmic incarnation of justice and karma, doling out ironic punishments towards those who break alchemy's taboos. These punishments can come off as cruel, such as stripping Roy's sight despite his human transmutation being literally forced, though Truth responded it's why he got off easy, as opposed to losing his eyes like some other alchemist who willing tried a transmutation to see someone alive again. Izumi in particularly has told Truth to fuck off. That being said, it IS karma and serves the gravest of punishments to those earned it. He turned out to be a Trickster Mentor to everyone, with the Elric brothers being the ones who finally grasped his teaching; as such, he is proud to see them in the Pantheon. He approves of Sans and Ghost Rider for trying to enforce karma.
  • Ensures that the laws of life and death remain consistent within the FMA universe. While death is a permanence there, it is far from it in the Pantheon. The Truth doesn't mind, as the flexibility of mortality follows the laws of the universe that the Trope Pantheon bides by. With life and death being under its domain, it understands and is fine to work with Death of the Endless. Likewise, it respects Beerus due to the importance of destruction and doing his job. He does wish the God of Destruction was more prudent and responsible with his job.
  • Maintains the Gate of Truth, which contains all the knowledge in the universe. As a custodian of great knowledge, it gets along with Histoire and Hermaeus Mora. Vril Dox has attempted to loot the Gate of Truth for information to no avail, though his constant attempts annoy Truth greatly.
  • Disapproves of the Incubators for their attempt to overthrow the system of entropy. Also disapproving of Homura Akemi for similar plans of usurping the natural system. In general, the Truth detests those who try to break the laws of nature, such as Nerif. Bill Cipher is a major frustration because of his desire for a World of Chaos.
  • Gets along with the Living Tribunal, for being much like itself; an arbiter of cosmic balance. Being karma incarnate, it has an honorary seat in the House of Justice. Also gets along with Nemesis as she is the spirit of retribution, dealing with the arrogant.
  • Seems to be concerned over Zanza, not just to the ability to reshape the universe in his image but being a mere mortal who had done so.

Intermediate Gods

    Aya Shameimaru 
Aya Shameimaru, Goddess of Dubious Journalism (Traditional Reporter of Fantasy, Humble Tengu Newspaper Reporter, Tengu Closest to the Village/Home, Crow of the Tempest/Tengu Reporter, Fabricating Newspaper Reporter, The Tengu who Scatters Autumn Leaves, The Self-Serving Tengu, The Cocktail Party Where the Walls Have Ears, Third-Rate Newspaper Reporter, Reporter of Falsehoods and Self-Righteousness, Aya Syameimaru, SHAMEIMARU, ZUN's girlfriend, Fucking Gossip)
  • Intermediate Goddess (could be a Greater Goddess, actually)
  • Symbol: The Bunbunmaru Newspaper logo
  • Theme Music: Wind God Girl and/or Youkai Mountain ~ Mysterious Mountain
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Tengu, Goes Out of Her Way to Make Articles, Will Turn Anything Interesting into an Article, Immoral Journalist, Commonly Fills Her Articles with Rumours, Exaggerations and Lies, Can Capture Bullets with Her Magical Camera, Manipulation of Wind, Fastest Person in Gensokyo, Acts Really Polite During Interviews, Iconic Sequel Character, Surprisingly Hard to Outdrink, Dangerous Despite Disposition, Jerkass, Politically Incorrect Hero
  • Domains: Tengus, News, Pictures, Wind, Speed
  • Heralds: Hatate Himekaidou (her journalism rival), Momiji Inubashiri (who has (maybe personal) beef with Aya), Megumu Iizunamaru (her boss)
  • Allies: Charlotte E. Yeager, Kosuzu Motoori, Kamen Rider Faiz
  • Respects: Barry Allen/The Flash, The Murkrow Flock, SpongeBob SquarePants
  • Pities: Setsuna Sakurazaki
  • Rivals: Nyotengu
  • Opposes: Diana Christensen, Eobard Thorne/Reverse Flash, Mr. Krabs
  • Opposed by: Tamie Nogi, J. Jonah Jameson, Lois Lane, April O'Neil, Clark Kent, Sakuya Izayoi
  • Enemies: Yuuki Terumi, Louis Bloom, Promestein
  • Comnplicated Relationship: ZUN (her creator)
  • Other Relationships: The Cutie Mark Crusaders (offering to be their journalism mentors)
  • Within the Youkai Mountain lays the home of the tengu. Tengu are known for many things, but most relevant thing is that they love to gossip and write articles about the goings of the world. One of the most vocal tengu is Aya Shameimaru, who in particular likes to scoop out any and all interesting articles around Gensokyo to write onto her newspaper called Bunbunmaru Newspaper- and she'll do just about anything to get a headline.
  • Was actually ascended in the past- but much like other Gensokyoan deities like Sumireko Usami, she was eventually taken out as one of the many that got removed during a massive reorganization effort. That's not to say that she left the Pantheon completely since then- she just lost access to juicier areas for her to spin a story. Smash Cut to Chimata Tenkyuu's ascension, however, and soon Aya found herself alongside most of Gensokyo in arms against Brand X for trying to profit off of their main culture- their Spell & Ability Cards. Aya's main role during the uprising was to spread the word as fast as she could, not just across Gensokyo, but also the Pantheon, delivering special editions of the Bunbunmaru Newspaper that had been written in multiple Pantheon-known languages courtesy of Kosuzu Motoori. However, when it came time to strike Brand X itself, Aya joined the fight, and with the rest of Gensokyo's top brass, they successfully take down the organization in a brilliant display of danmaku. And yet...she never accepted the reascension offer at first, unlike Keiki Haniyasushin & Kosuzu, as she felt content with what she had now- a great story to be told for years to come. But with enemies new and old cropping up for the land of fantasy since then, as well as exciting and horrifying new prosect, she finally pulled the trigger and returned to the Pantheon at large.
  • To say that Aya's got some weird quirks is quite the subject to touch upon. For some time prior during her first ascension, there were rumors going abut that she was a girlfriend of sort to her creator ZUN, explaining the weird amount of exposure she got across quite a few incidents (except that time when Toyosatomimi No Miko woke up from her slumber), as well as a certain outfit from his wardrobe. These rumors have died down quite significantly since then, especially now that ZUN has an actual wife. There are also theories about that she takes panty shots and other naughty pictures of many deities and sells them for money. No one has really proven either of these, but many have conspired to believe that Aya was the one that helped Tsubame Kayoi gain membership into the The Seven Servants- a theory that certainly had that group's second-in-leadership's blood rising.
  • Aya is classified within Gensokyo as a tengu- more specifically, a crow tengu, who generally are relegated to information gathering. So naturally, she would, when off the clock, go around to meet some of her feathered fellows, such as Nyotengu, who isn't the most talkative to her reporter when it comes to their respective origins and societies, and instead would often get into beef with her over trivial matters, a feat very few of Nyotengu's other rivals have seemingly accomplished. She feels pity forwards Setsuna, anther fellow tengu, due of her being an outcast from her clan due of having white wings instead of black ones, to which Aya says that she totally doesn't feel like she herself is an outcast, no way. She also has a certain attraction towards the Murkrow in the Pantheon as they happen to be crows as well...but agrees that they are much better off with Marisa Kirisame, since Aya's more busy with her job. Speaking of, given the seven's (1 Marisa + 6 Murkrow) kleptomaniac tendencies, Aya firmly thinks that they would make for great front-pagers for the Bunbunmaru Newspaper, just by doing what they do normally.
    • Her classification as a tengu has gotten the attention of a certain scientist known as Promestein. The scientist in question, who also happens to be someone dedicated to learning the truth of the world that they lived in, should’ve been an easy ally for Aya, right? Absolutely wrong- Aya has expressed a ton of disdain towards Promestein’s chimera research and practices, flames only further fanned when Promestein openly wished that she could include crow tengu in her research. It took her heralds a significant amount of effort from stopping Aya from slipping into a Blood Knight phase and going ham on the scientist (Granted, Hatate & Megumu were also rightfully pissed).
  • Charlotte E. Yeager, a member of the 501st (not that one), thinks rather highly of Aya, a position most don't normally take when it came to the tengu. Both happen to be speed freaks with a rather carefree attitude, and their dynamic usually is a Good Cop/Bad Cop one, with Charlotte being the good cop and Aya being the bad one. They also seem to just take life as it goes, feeling carefree about it, which has seemed to further root this strange friendship.
  • Aya's pedigree as a reporter put it lightly, very fluctuating. In general, her reports and headlines are generally in the range of mundane, to overexaggerated, embellished with inconsistencies and fallacies, apparently. However, this isn't always the case, really- it's just the norm for her.
    • She claims that she prides herself on only reporting the truth, but what she actually writes is not as honest. First of all, she will report on anything she thinks will make a good article- usually actual incidents that are mostly just mildly interesting happenings with different people. Secondly is that her articles are filled with rumors, exaggerations and some biased opinions, not helped by her admitting that most people only read the headlines and look at the pictures and rarely read the whole article. Due of these reasons, most people don't really read her newspaper that much unless they want to pass the time- some people even use her publications as fuel for fires.
    • She can be incredibly noisy and obnoxious when it comes to getting new stories, but she can change her behavior to be more polite to fit the situation when it comes to getting interviews. She doesn't really want to pick up fights, but don't let that excuse you from the fact that she's well over a millennium old, extremely fast, and unaware of just how strong she is. After all, despite where she stands in tengu society within Gensokyo, she is one that you do not want to mess with, regardless of your own strength. Unless you really don't want her to write articles about you, it is generally preferred to tolerate her presence than to try to drive her away.
    • Her career has had some high highs and very low lows. For instance, a high point would be a dedicated Human Village version of the Bunbunmaru Newspaper, distributed through Suzunaan; however, this establishment was challenged when Kosuzu's herald, Mamizou Futatsuiwa, conducted a smear campaign to dissuade these. A low point in her career, and I mean low, was when she tried to turn her paper into a weekly tabloid paper filled with even more falsified stories (real-world political allusions, calling out "immigrants" like the members of Eientei & Sumireko, and even criticizing Gensokyo's incident resolvers) than the norm, something she admits to. It never actually got to the print as she cancelled whole thing in the fear that she was being used by Lunarians to possibly turn her lies into the truth- a suggestion heavily drilled into her by Hecatia Lapislazuli, among other things. However, a recent development involving Aya happens to involve one of her heralds- her boss Megumu, who caused a minor incident that Chimata took advantage of and hold a market at Reimu's shrine. Aya tried to expose her own boss's machinations with the coerced help of Geidontei's owner Miyoi Okunoda, but upon witnessing Megumu & Chimata's meeting afterward, though, she had a change of mind and proceeded to report it as just what it is- a minor incident.
      • The consequences of starting a rather unsavory publication has also been a feeling that other members of the Pantheon had shared. The Cutie Mark Crusaders, for instance, set one up as one of their many schemes to get their marks, which, naturally didn't end well. Spongebob also had to undergo reporting for a tabloid such by Mr. Krabs' command in an attempt by the entrepreneur to get more money; unlike Aya's attempt at trying to oust her boss Megumu for the red snow incident, Spongebob did turn the tables & exposed this shady business model of Krabs', shutting it down. Aya herself went to meet these fellow deities- she reminded the CMCs that the journalism business is tighter than it looks and offered to teach them the proper way to chase headlines, commended Spongebob for his brave efforts, and disapproved of Mr. Krabs' motivations for his paper- well, pot calling kettle black, no?
    • Other journalists in the Pantheon generally have a negative opinion of Aya, unsurprisingly, given her reputation in Gensokyo. Tamie Nogi for instance looks up to Aya as a symbol of going after headlines, but isn't as approving of her methods. Lois Lane & April O'Neil commend Aya's strength despite being a reporter, but like Tamie, aren't approving of some of Aya's attempts at getting news (oh, and speaking of Lois, her husband Clark also against her for that reason!). J. Jonah Jameson, who also generally has issues with bias (especially towards Spider-Man), is also disapproving of Aya for just how much she fabricates and exaggerates her own stories, so much more than him even on news regarding Spider-Man, despite acknowledging her prowess as a photographer. And finally, Diana Christensen is impressed by Aya's work, especially on the unpublished tabloid that would've made Bunbunmaru truly heinous, and was disappointed when she learned of this fact. The tengu herself, however, would rather go for a one-way nosedive into Misty Lake instead of working with Christensen.
      • You may have noticed that Aya has very few enemies, but generally dislikes and is disliked by others. However, there is one such reporter that gets Aya's blood boiling, however- that being Louis Bloom, whose own methods of hunting headlines even disgusted her, let alone how he rose to prominence, through extreme cutthroat tactics and resorting to violence. Even though she herself isn't much of a saint when it comes to journalism, comparing Louis to the tengu makes her absolutely holy, and she'd be more than willing to start a smear campaign on him if she could gather enough on what he does at the Pantheon.
  • As stated earlier, Aya is about 1000 years old, meaning that she is quite wise- though you may not know that from seeing her firsthand. She is also the fastest being in Gensokyo, able to have sustained flight that exceeds that of Remilia Scarlet- who has managed to circle the entire Moon really fast once, a claim that Marisa boldly made and has surprisingly been backed up by other Gensokyoan deities. She is freakishly strong and potentially stronger than she thinks she is, a topic that has put the Court of the Gods into quite a conundrum.
    Eiki Shiki, Yamaxanadu: The topic of Shameimaru's abilities has been one that has stymied us for a while. We have conclusively decided that her previous ascension rank of Lesser Goddess is unsuitable, but Overdeity is out of the question for her. A surprising amount of us in the Court believe she should be a Greater Goddess, but the rest, myself included, would see her more as an Intermediate Goddess.
    • Her abilities to control the wind are very, very strong, and could only be even stronger with that fan of hers. The wind, to her, could even carry the conversations and rumors that are spoken up. As such, deities in the Hall of Wind and Air, as well as other air users like Wendy Marvell, Artoria Pendragon, and even Gensokyo's own Kanako Yasaka are very keen on seeing just how powerful these abilities are. They would get their wish, though, when she flew right into Kamen Rider Faiz one day as she is, per usual, hunting for a scoop. The ensuing scrap forced out quite a bit from the two, a display that certainly made headlines later that day for Aya, but they soon realized their misunderstanding and have been friends since.
    • Aya Shameimaru, is, without question or even contest, the fastest person in Gensokyo. So fast, that, according to Barry Allen (aka. the Flash), she could potentially even make contact with the Speed Force if she really puts her mind into it. With that in mind, the duo decided on a money match- 10 laps around the Pantheon, running past the main entrance of every single House (that feasibly has such), loser has to work for the other for a week. And while Aya was incredibly fast and can definitely prove Barry's theory, she ended up having to serve as a janitor for a week at STAR Labs. She disliked the experience, but at least found respect for the speedster since then, which stemmed into a disliking of his archnemesis Eobard Thorne, a disliking paid in kind.
    • The camera that Aya carries has the ability to remove projectiles caught in its flash, especially danmaku. There are two other deities that have a camera with this kind of power- those being Seija Kijin & Sumireko Usami. Nowadays, Aya feels rather neutral abut both despite having slandered and reported on them in the past, an upgrade from her previous feelings towards them. She is, of course, one of many who were horrified to learn of Seija's fate at Yuuki Terumi's hands at Suzunaan, a headline that she reported with the utmost truth and precision. She still shudders whenever she sees the front-page picture for that article.
  • Can also be found in the Hall of Investigative Work. She's...rather unpopular there.

"You don't seem related to the incident, so without further ado, allow me to blow you into the next week!"

SCP-2521, The Enigmatic Deity (••|•••••|••|•)
  • Intermediate God (Keter by SCP Standards)
  • Symbol: The heart symbol
  • Alignment: Neutral. Whether that's True Neutral, Neutral Evil or doesn't apply by human morality is up for debate
  • Portfolio: The Spook, Humanoid Abomination, Article In Pictograms Because It Takes Anything Written About It, Ambiguously Evil, Cardiovascular Love, Might Just Be In Love With Itself, Can Phase Through Stuff, Teleportation
  • Domains: Enigmas, Kidnapping, Stealing Information, Unconventional Formats
  • Followers: The Octopus, Zer0
  • Allies: None, but it seems to get along with Beetlejuice and Hastur
  • Enemies: Arguably everyone who knows about it. More specifically? The SCP Foundation, The Men In Black, the House of Knowledge, especially Houka Inumata and Twilight Sparkle, Trope-tan, Vril Dox/Brainiac, the Brainspawn
  • SCP-2521 is a highly enigmatic being. Its origins, motivation and many things about it is unknown. This is due to the fact that the SCP ends up stealing anything written about it for an unknown reason. Or people if they talk about it. Pictograms, pictures and symbols don't trigger this effect, which is why its article is in pictograms.
  • Because of how the entity steals any information, the description had to be written and stored by the Admins as they are more than powerful enough to stop SCP-2521. Still, SCP-2521 will continue to kidnap any god who speaks it, so don't unless you're a Greater God or higher(and even then it's unwise). And it was very unhappy that it couldn't pluck away their archives, though content that the majority of what it is remains a secret.
  • A natural enemy of the House of Knowledge, but mainly on their end(ironic, given it's part of the same house). While it hates how the Admins have kept a written record, it doesn't care for the rest if they don't talk or write about it. They find this extremely frustrating and want to figure out what SCP-2521 is. Vril Dox and the Brainspawn's desire to know everything makes SCP-2521 a major pain.
  • It's mainly the Analysis and Records sub-house which opposes the enigmatic SCP. Asides from the already mentioned Admins, it doesn't like Trope-tan as she is able to store information as seen with this site without it taking that information. As they collect data and list things respectively, Houka Inumata and Twilight Sparkle weren't happy with SCP-2521's arrival.
  • Some like Panty Anarchy believes the various ropes and bristles emanating from SCP-2521 could be used for...other things. SCP-2521 doesn't like to think about that. It straight up doesn't think about the House of Symbolism, given how it doesn't react to pictures and symbols even when used to describe it.
  • Because nobody knows what SCP-2521's goals are and what it's really like, it lacks allies in a real sense. However it does seem to get along with Beetlejuice and Hastur. This is based off how like it, they will show up and cause trouble when mentioned. It sees a kindred spirit in them.
  • When SCP-2521's mysterious reputation started to make rounds after its sudden appearance, Hermaeus Mora immediately took an interest to it. The Daedric Prince claims it knows a lot more about it than most people do with its knowledge and documents stored in Apocrypha and part of what he said implies that it is one of his Unwitting Pawns. Whether or not the Prince is telling some amount of truth or is just as ignorant as everyone else is up for debate, but the Prince's attention to the SCP is... concerning.
  • Takes people and written words with its sticky tentacle-like bristles. Given the heart that shows up when kidnapping, it may do what it does out of love. Or is a narcissist who perceives verbal information as reflections of itself. Presumably doesn't apply for those beyond the fourth wall, given TV Tropes has a character page on it. So I'm probably sa-

Lesser Gods

Alia, The Mission Control Goddess (Aeria, Eirya)
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her communication headgear, or the Maverick Hunters insignia.
  • Theme Song: her X7 theme, By Your Side on the rare occasion she takes action
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Operator, Navigator, Computer and Engineering Specialist, Overdoes Her Job in Mega Man X5, Hartman Hips, The Roll to X's Rock, Pink Feminine Armor, Has a More Important Story Than Initially Believed, Regrets Betraying Gate, May Have Been Romantic with Gate Back in the Day, Reploid Girl who Secretly Learns to Kicks Ass Similarly to X with Balanced Stats and an Arm Cannon, The Field Promotion Apparently Sticks
  • Domain(s): Information, Support
  • Heralds: Layer, Palette, Nana
  • High Priestess: Roll Caskett
  • Followers: Luther Stickell, Chloe Sullivan/Watchtower, Col. Roy Campbell, Yumi Azusa, Wade Load
  • Allies: X, Zero, Axl, Ciel (former High Priestess), Mega Man, Dr. Thomas Light, Proto Man, The Green Biker Dude, Bulma, Asami Sato, Avatar Korra, Clockwork, Lan Hikari, MegaMan.EXE, Geo Stelar, Vent and Aile, Barbara Gordon/Batgirl, Bentley Turtle, Otacon, Mitsuru Kirijo, Fuuka Yamagishi, Rise Kujikawa, Teddie, Futaba Sakura, The Tactician, Palutena, Jeff "Joker" Moreau, Liara T'soni, EDI, Professor E. Gadd, Phone Guy
  • Enemies: Sigma, Lumine, Dr. Weil, Copy X, Omega, GLaDOS
  • Former Friend: Gate
  • Opposes: Dr. Albert Wily
  • Opposed by: The Angry Video Game Nerd
  • Conflicting Opinion: Repliforce
  • As Mission Control is a very common trope among superhero/elite soldier teams, Alia is a representative of many, including a few navigators who've worked with X and/or Zero in the past. She considers it a great honor and promises to do her best. Unfortunately, doing her best at one time consisted of overdoing it. During the admittedly stressful Eurasia colony collision incident, she would near-constantly break into exposition to the point it interrupted the flow of the mission.
  • Though she mellowed back down after the sobering events of Zero's death and became more efficient in her advice later on, she admitted during the Nightmare investigation that she was personally concerned about X. Being that that incident involved her old friend Gate becoming a vengeful Maverick and took place only weeks after Zero's second destruction in the Eurasia crisis, emotions were probably running high. Eventually, she and X sat down and talked things out, following which she fully returned to her previous professional self and even took on new understudies/teammates in her position. It's because of her work since then that the Maverick Hunters successfully campaigned for her ascension.
  • Prior to the Eurasis crisis, she once had a close friend named Iris; they briefly worked together as navigators for the Maverick Hunters and Iris was constantly putting over her brother's good work with Repliforce, another military unit formed to take down Mavericks. When Repliforce defected abruptly out of pride and later when Iris had her meltdown attacking Zero, Alia was taken aback. She still hasn't fully registered what she thinks of them since then after they've entered the Pantheon.
  • She was suspicious when Redips, the Hunters' Far East HQ Colonel, sent X and Zero on a special mission on the artificial island Gigantis with a B-class Hunter named Shadow instead of Axl and didn't put her or her compatriots Layer and Palette on navigation duty. Her suspicion was justified when they came back from the remains of another orbital elevator and reported the truth of the mission, as it turned out Redips was a pure evil copy-generation Reploid just like Lumine.
  • One day the original Mega Man, Proto Man, and Dr. Light all turned up while Alia was conversing with the Hunters, just to personally check on X. After meeting them and making fast friends with all of them, she was inspired to look up footage of their adventures in her world's past.
  • Doesn't like Dr. Wily ever since finding out it was the energy he put into Zero that would mutate into the Maverick Virus and cause all the headaches she and her friends had to deal with over the years. Though Wily actually gets along with Zero in the Pantheon, she's completely bewildered at this and still doesn't trust the mad doctor.
  • Speaking of the past, she also met Green Biker Dude, the Hunter who died almost immediately after being deployed alongside X to stop a Maverick factory uprising which took place before she became a Navigator for the Hunters. Though amazed that he was able to get so good with a Ride Chaser, she finds the concept of a Hunter who relies almost completely on his riding skills rather impractical.
  • Has made friends with other attractive female genius scientists such as Bulma and Asami Sato. Through Asami, she also became acquainted with Avatar Korra. When she was let in on the scope and nature of Korra's powers, she became astonished at the existence of the Avatar, which she likened to "a human Mega Man."
  • Her inspiration to see the past eventually turned to the future, and Clockwork helped her out by showing her bits from every future and alternate continuity successor/counterpart of the Mega Man line.
    • While pleased to learn that the Maverick Virus conundrum would be solved with the creation of the Cyber-Elves, she was surprised to find that Zero in a new body would be the next Mega Man. However, she was shaken to the core at finding out that her world's future would be ruled first by an errant Copy X, then by Dr. Weil and Omega. She can't help but look at the three with scorn and regard the future they would ruin with regret, knowing that her dear friends and everything they fought for will be completely desecrated.
    • She was pleased to discover that X and Zero's fight would eventually be won, the world they fought for rebuilt, and their powers and memories preserved through Biometals. She finds Vent/Aile and Giro to be worthy wielders of X and Zero's mantles respectively.
    • She found the existence of a world where communication/network technology got the major advance instead of robotics very interesting. She was touched by Lan and MegaMan.EXE's connection especially after it turned out they're brothers, but was eternally dumbfounded at the sheer scale of villains and scourges that they've taken out in their time until she had an epiphany that it's all powered by virtual reality.
    • 200 years into said world's future, the main threat/power comes from alien visitors with half-armor, half-electromagnetic bodies? Talk about a curveball. In regards to Geo Stelar, there were times (including at the beginning) she didn't know whether she wanted to give him a hug or a swift boot to the rear, though he ultimately turned out heroic enough that she settled on the hug.
  • Gate's final fate in the mortal coil had remained unknown, his mortal body in the possession of Alia, who had the choice to restore him or not. Now that both of them are in the Pantheon, the whole situation became more awkward. Neither is offering any answers.
  • She regularly seeks out other deities who offer mission control and support to their teams to share information and advice with each other. Through this, she's forged friendships with many individuals such as Otacon, Bentley, Barbara Gordon, and the Normandy and Investigation Team support members, in hopes of creating connections to forge alliances with the Maverick Hunters. Many of these folks she admires for their dedication to protecting their charges from behind the lines. She's especially keen on The Tactician, whose entire thing is making sure that none of his/her charges die.
  • Has Batgirl's particular respect for stepping out of her comfort zone as a Navigator and beginning to take a hand in active duty, a thing that Barbara herself has had to do both in reverse and straight up thanks to The Joker.
    • Speaking of combat abilities if she ever has to take to the field or just travel across dangerous territory between bases, she is armed with a Buster, and even has a sort-of Variable Weapon System, though obviously neither are at the same power level as X, and she can only arm herself with the Special Weapons he used during the Lumine crisis. To ensure her safety, X has allowed her to use all of those while he settles with all the other Special Weapons.
  • She finds the evil A.I. GLaDOS to be utterly disturbing, and outright motioned for GLaDOS to be declared a Maverick for the latter's desire to find, test, and destroy all humans at the Aperture Science center.
  • As far as intelligent computers go, she's far more comfortable with the likes of EDI. In fact, EDI was the one who warned her about GLaDOS as an example of A.I. being an utter crapshoot when she was considering suggesting one for Hunter Base. EDI's Normandy teammates have been pretty kind to her as well; Liara has offered to help devise a cure for the Maverick Virus, while Joker has suggested he could possibly make advanced training videos for the Hunters' aircraft carrier pilots.
  • One of her high priestesses was Zero's future caretaker, the scientist Ciel. Naturally, when Ciel finally ascended, she gave Ciel a congratulatory hug. They still speak often.
  • She is not on good terms with the Angry Video Game Nerd, due to an incident that nearly made him quit his career outright because of her unwanted Mission Control stopping his progress with her game. Likewise, Alia is not fond of his foul language as it has the potential to blow out her audio receptors (and also, because it's just plain rude.)
  • A grainy, seemingly-damaged piece of security camera footage from the now-non-operational Grave Ruins Base's Hall of Glory throne room shows what looks like a group of women examining the broken remains of two destroyed Reploids…

Neytiri, Goddess of Bizarre Interfaces
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A bioluminiscent tree with "branches" extending out
  • Theme: "I See You"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Nubile Savage, Thong of Shielding, Humanoid Aliens, Unusual User Interface, CGI Creatures And Evolutionary Inclined, Noble Savage, Sage Love Interest, Loving A Human Who She Was Once Hostile To, Proud Warrior Race Girl, Friend to All Living Things
  • Domains: Natives, Ecosystems, Neural Links, Animal Bonding
  • Superior: James Cameron
  • Allies: Jake Sully (her mate), Ood Sigma, Cael Cynder, Nibbler, Pocahontas, Gaea, San, Captain Planet, Fluttershy, Trevenant
  • Enemies: Colonel Miles Quaritch, The Imperium of Mankind, YHVH, Emperor Zurg, The Xenomorph Drone, The Tyranids, Hexxus, Carol/Mom, Mr. Plinkett
  • Distrusts: The House of Commerce
  • Neytiri is the second-born daughter of the Omaticayanote  Clan patriarch Eytukan, growing up to learn through songs. When Jake Sully was sent to infiltrate the Na'vi, unknowing of this she would serve as his mentor. Eventually they would form a bond and become mates, leading to Jake genuinely joining their cause. Together, they would fight off the RDA and protect Pandora from humanity.
  • Both her and her species have a much more advanced nervous system than humans. Her "ponytail" is actually a specialized bundle of nerves that allow her to interface with virtually any animal and plant on Pandora. This is due to the life there being more connected, the entire ecosystem being one network. She can't plug into any technology however, though she does show a passing interest in other interfaces like The Matrix.
    • There have been scientists who want to help in this endeavor, but she has been turning down those who ask nicely, and fighting off those who don't. She's not that eager to connect that way yet.
  • At first, she kept her distance from human gods due to the conflict between man and Na'vi. Colonel Quaritch was utterly enraged to learn that both Jake Sully and the person who killed him had ascended. However she got over this as most humans didn't have a reason to invade Pandora, and some completely understood her plight. Pocahontas in particular identified with her a lot, as they're both The Chief's Daughter and fought off supposedly more civilized colonialists. Not to mention that Avatar is an allegory of sorts for the Europeans invading and exploiting the Native Americans.
  • Her planet was invaded due to the valuable substance known as unobtanium. Because of this, she is wary of the House of Commerce and gods who might wish to exploit it, like Momcorp. She is protective towards Cael Cynder due to producing the stuff, and Nibbler due to his dark matter leavings having been exploited.
  • Has a bond with the animals of her world, making her a Friend to All Living Things. As such, she gets along with Fluttershy. She seems to be fond of Trevenant due to being a protective tree, and understands Ood Sigma due to how his race was viciously exploited by humanity.
  • Given James Cameron, she has been warned by Jake and Ellen Ripley to not let the Xenomorphs anywhere near Pandora, lest this be the result. Given what it would do with their Unusual User Interface, this is completely justified. What the Tyranids might do with the biomass is arguably worse, and no-one wants to know what Emperor Zurg might do if he hijacks Ewya.
  • Well aware that Avatar is a Green Aesop. Her sympathies lie with Gaea due to being an entity very similar to Eywa, along with Captain Planet. Like Jake Sully, this is in hopes humans have less of a reason to go back to Pandora.
  • Due to YHVH's devastation to the environment in His obsessive desire for control, she opposes Him. She really opposes Hexxus due to being the living embodiment and pollution, and showing interest in industrializing and polluting Pandora. The Imperium of Mankind hopes to take advantage of Pandora, who asides from their typical attitude to xenos see them as just as arrogant and full of themselves as the Eldarnote .
  • It's believed that her and Jake mating involved using their hairs. Many a joke has been made about it, which gets her really embarrassed. She's really annoyed at the Robot Chicken for the latter, and makes it clear she doesn't kiss and tell. When Zapp Brannigan tried to ask if she had boobs in a clumsy attempt to seduce her, she just rolled her eyes at this.
  • Gamora wants to know why they sound the same, though otherwise remains neutral on her. Captain Kirk wondered if she ever met Nyota Uhura because of their similar voices.

Skips, The God Who's Seen It All (Walks)
  • Lesser God (with the Fists of Justice, he can fight even Overdeities)
  • Symbol: The Fists of Justice
  • Theme Song: I Get Around
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Genius Bruisers, rarely emotive, but nice people, always seeming to be right, maintenance, yetis, immortality, knowing how to fix problems, skipping because it reminds him of someone he lost
  • Domains: Age, Knowledge, Supernatural
  • Herald: Desdemona "Mona" (his deceased love and girlfriend).
  • Allies: Mordecai and Rigby, Benson, Pops Maellard, Zero, Samurai Jack, Garnet, Fix-it Felix Jr., Luke Skywalker, Ryu, Dante Sparda, Spike Spiegel, Touma Kamijou, Connor and Duncan MacLeod, Ghost Rider, Doctor Strange, SCP-1440
  • On speaking terms with: SpongeBob SquarePants and Patrick Star
  • Enemies: Randall Ross, any evil supernatural being in the Pantheon, the Godmodder, Polybius, The Joker.
  • Friendly Enemies with: Every malicious death entity.
  • Ascended when he heard that Mordecai and Rigby were in the Pantheon, and wanted to make sure that they didn't do anything wrong.
  • Even though he's said to be able to fix anything, he's absolutely horrible with technology, and stays far away from the houses of Gaming and Technology. The sole exception to this is when he fights Polybius, who he believes to be the reincarnation of the Destroyer of Worlds.
  • Has formed a friendship with Luke Skywalker due to the fact that they sound the same.
  • With his ascension, Skips has asked to put the Fists of Justice in the Maximum Security vault. Even though he's the only one with access to it, he's decided to let Mordecai and Rigby handle it more often as of late (much to their chagrin), seeing how they're better at the job.
    • Because of his possession of the Fists of Justice, he's made good allies in Garnet and Touma, the former admiring his gauntlets and the latter respecting his ability to fight stronger beings with his fists.
  • Many deities in the Pantheon know of the story of why he skips: it's a sign of remembrance of a woman he once loved. What most don't know is that he indirectly caused her death over a petty bet. Because of this, he sympathizes with Zero, who also killed someone he loved.
    • Sometimes he checks one those in the House of School to give sage advice and stop anything like what happened with him
  • Has become friends with Spike Spiegel, who reminds him of his friend Techmo. The two also bonded over their lost loves.
  • Seeing how the Pantheon is filled to the brim with evil monsters, Skips decided to recruit others to create a task force designed to keep them in check. So far, he has managed to recruit Dante, Ghost Rider, and Doctor Strange, just to name a few.
  • Because he literally cheated his world's incarnation of Death, the evil deities of the house of Life and Death have decided to challenge Skips in a series of party games. He's won all of them so far, but seeing how they're in a place where Death Is Cheap, he has little reason to worry, something he's well aware of.
  • Despite the supposed rivalry with the Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon deities, he's on good terms with SpongeBob and Patrick; seeing them as more optimistic versions of Mordecai and Rigby.
  • Even in the Pantheon, Skips' biggest weakness is his massive vulnerability to stress. Due to how death works in the Pantheon, it no longer kills him, but it still weakens him greatly. Because of this, he's been advised to stay away from the likes of Trollkaiger and even LOL Ranger.


    Greef Karga 
Greef Karga, The Divine Handler
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The Bounty Hunters' Guild Seal
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Bounty Hunters' Guild Master, The Handler, Badass Normal, Guns Akimbo, Quick Draw, Noble Demon, Affably Evil, Owes "The Child" his life, lifted the bounty on both Mando and The Child
  • Domains: Money, Information, Space, Jobs
  • Superior: George Lucas
  • Herald: Carasynthia Dune
  • Allies:
  • Enemies:
  • Fears: Anakin Skywalker/Darth Vader, The 501st Legion
  • Being a Bounty Hunter is hard work, besides making sure that you have the right equipment, supplies and tools for the job. You also need the right information for your target. You need someone to tell you where to go, look, and be aware of. You need someone to help give you an assignment, mission, a target. You need a Handler like Greef Karga.
  • A disgraced human Imperial Magistrate, Greef Karga is a member of the Bounty Hunters' Guild, the Guild Master of Navarro. As an agent of the guild one of his many responsibilities to give and ensure that there are enough bounties available for everyone. One of his favorite Bounty Hunters is a Legendary Mandalorian by the name of Din Djarin, who he would place a bounty on after breaking the Guild Code, and rescuing "The Child". He would later lift the bounty on both Mando and "The Child" after they helped save his life, and liberate Navarro of retirements of The Galactic Empire. With the resent amount of in-fights about who gets what job and how much of a cut they get, Boba Fett concluded that he was the best man for the job after hearing of his actions, profession, and history.
  • When Greef first came to Pantheon, he was initially bewildered with how different and strange it was from his home galaxy. But thanks to Boba Fett, he was able to quickly familiarize himself to the strange new world. He was not only quick to learn the inner working of Pantheon, but was even quicker to establish a form of business inside of it. He made a contract within both the House of Justice and Jobs and Profession, so that way he can both legally and officially start his work with the Bounty Hunters in Pantheon.
    • He's even made some contact with the Houses of Royalty and Leadership. So that way he can work in some of the other Populated Areas without difficulty.
    • With some help from Boba Fett, Greef is working to officially establish a Guild, like the one from their home galaxy. With Boba Fett being the God of Bounty Hunters and Greef being the God of Handlers, as well as being an actual Guild Master, the progress has been doing well.
  • Something else that Greef managed to do was to bring in his new Herald, Carasynthia Dune. A former Rebel Shocktroope and survivor of Alderaan.
  • To those familiar, they'll notice that the Handler is typically something that known for spy-work, and not necessarily bounty hunting. There are two reason why Greef gets away with this. One, while not a government agency, he does work for a legal wide scale (galactic scale) organisation, is tasked with handing out missions and assignment to all of their agents (not that kind) and is in charge of eliminating them should any go rogue. In this case, if someone beaks the guild code. The second reason, Nick Fury is already here, and almost every known spy, agent, etc. works directly and answers to him.
    • That's not to say that they don't work together from time to time. When there's something that Fury can't deal with at the time, he pulls some strings, gives Greef an anonymous tip, some prepaid money and it's back to business as usual. He's even helped work with a number of agents and assassins from time to time.
  • As it's his job is to give any available missions to the Bounty Hunters in Pantheon, he's marked a few as personal favorites. The most obvious one is Boba Fett, but besides him he's an good terms with Samus Aran and Captain Falcon. The two are ones that remind him the most about his home galaxy, and their incredibly efficient at their job.
    • Since he's the one responsible to give out bounties for anyone willing to hunt, a number of gods in the House of Crime and Transgressions aren't exactly fond of him. The same goes for other Gods with extraordinarily large bounties on them, like Ragna the Bloodedge, Vash the Stampede, John Wick, the all pirates in the Grand Line. He honestly doesn't have anything against them, but this is his job.
  • As someone from the Star Wars Galaxy, it was only a matter of time before he came in contact with the Jedi Order. When he first saw Yoda, he thought that "The Child" had come from the future. He was corrected not long after, but he also began to learn much about the Order. But especially about The Force. Greef was amazed on how the Empire was able to almost completely wipe out all knowledge of the Jedi, especially since he was still young during the time they were very well known.
  • To absolutely no ones surprise, Greef was not happy to see The Empire again, it's even worse since it's at it's full strength. He was horrified to learn about Palatine being a Sith Lord, the Evil Counterpart to the Jedi, and unlike "The Child" he's fully trained and adept in his Force Power and is actually one of the strongest in the Galaxies history.
    • Despite having learned that Vader has reformed, he's still one of most feared beings in the Galaxy, so he does his best not to cross him. Same goes for the 501st Legion, he had enough problems with other Storm Troopers. He does NOT want to deal with what accounts as the elite members of the Storm Trooper Army.
  • His status as a guild master has allowed him the opportunity to work with a number of adventurers that have done some bounty hunting. Greef was quick to notice that the members of the Fairy Tail Guild weren't exactly comfortable in working with him. But he's one of the only employers that work in a profession that they're familiar with. Thankfully he's drinking buddies with both Makarov Dreyar and Cana Alberona, and is also in a bit of trouble.
    Greef: Alright haw about this. What if I, helped bring up a Guild that you guys can actually work with?
    Makarov: I won't deny that the idea sound nice, but what do you get out of it?
    Greef: Besides some cut the profit for whatever they make? A little good PR doesn't sound so bad.
    Makarov: Ok. [takes a drink] And the real reason?
    Greef: ... I may or may not have accidentally angered some members of the GUAE and the GUAD. And need something to keep them occupied an off my back.
    Makarov: ... alright. Let's see how well this works.

    Ran Mouri 
Ran Mouri, Goddess of Reminding People They Know Martial Arts (Ran-neechan, Ran-chan, Ran-kun, Nēchan, Angel, Omae, Rachel Moore)
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: Her hairstyle
  • Theme Song: Ran no Ketsui
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Action Girl, Belligerent Sexual Tension with Shinichi, Big Sister Instinct, Has so much in common with Shinichi, Is so good at Luck-based games like mahgong and poker, Chef of Iron, Takes care of her father, Dude Magnet, Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak, Is easily alerted to dangerous situations, Kick Chick, Shipper on Deck, Is only in love with Shinichi, Finally responds to Shinichi's love confession after 1005 chapters by kissing him on the check
  • Domains: Love Interests, Childhood Friends, Karate, Feminity, Attraction
  • Herald: Sonoko Suzuki (her best friend)
  • Allies: Shinichi Kudo/Conan Edogawa (her childhood friend-turned boyfriend), Kogoro Mouri (her father), Ai Haibara, Liam/Angel, Dr. John Watson, Makoto, The Investigation Team (especially Chie Satonaka), Akihiko Sanada, Makoto Niijima, Phoenix Wright, Sae Niijima, Nigel Burke, Neal Caffrey
  • Enemies: Every criminal in the Pantheon (even if she sympathizes with some of them), Manfred von Karma
  • Respects: Sherlock Holmes, the law enforcement of the Pantheon, but special mention goes to Chun-Li, Lei Wulong, and Renee Montoya
  • Opposes: The Black Organization (specifically Vermouth)
  • Fears: Every monster in the Pantheon, Eric Cartman, Hansel and Gretel (Black Lagoon)
  • Pities/Pitied by: Will Graham and Clarice Starling, The entire House of Love and Affection, but special mention goes to Princess Cadence and Kyu Sugardust
  • Annoyed at: Kaito Kid
  • Complicated Relationship with: Subaru Okiya/Shuichi Akai
  • The karate champion as well as the captain of the martial arts club of Teitan High, Ran Mouri is the childhood friend and love interest of Shinichi Kudo. While going on a trip to Tropical Land, Shinichi left her behind stating that he missed something inside the rollercoaster trip. That is until she went to Shinichi's home, thinking he is already home, only that she could never find him and encountered Dr. Agasa and a kid that she didn't recognize. The latter introduced himself as Conan Edogawa, with Ran taking an interest on the kid and wanted him to stay on her home where it is also where her father's detective agency came from. Now, she is helping her father solve crimes and cases whenever they encounter one, unaware that Conan is the one that solve all the cases and that he is Shinichi Kudo.
  • She was chosen to ascend not only because it seems that either she or someone else will remind someone she is a karate captain, whether or not they are in a dangerous situation, but also that she finally responded to Shinichi's love confession by kissing him on the cheek. Upon meeting Conan in the Pantheon, they were both surprised to meet each other, and she didn't expect him to have already ascended before she. Fearing that Ran will find out his identity soon, the Court of Gods set up a mandate to keep Conan's identity as Shinichi a secret from her until she discovers it by herself.
    • Given how... badly he's kept the secret from several others, despite having successfully sabotaged Ran's progress to finding him out several times, a lot thought that this mandate was stupid and that there should be some sort of middle ground as to what she knows of Conan that will stay in the Pantheon and not follow to the mortal realm. However, due to the threat of the Black Organization, and given how many others have already made it to the Pantheon even before ascending if they ever do, this mandate will stay in effect, but can be re-negotiated with Conan at a later date. The Black Organization is now officially here, giving Conan even more reason to worry. She opposes Vermouth, having seen her hurt Haibara before, even if she doesn't know who her employers are.
  • A former follower of Liam/Angel, he is happy to see the day that one of his followers got to ascend. She is happy to see him and hopes that he will do his best to atone his mistakes. She tries to give him advice when it comes to detective work that she learned from constantly hanging out with Shinichi and her father as he decided to become a detective and hopes he will be a successful one. Liam nonetheless appreciates the advice she gave him as he is far better at fighting demons than solving mysteries.
  • She finally got to meet Shinichi's inspiration, Sherlock Holmes. She's somewhat happy to see that Shinichi isn't in the Pantheon, as while she does hold Holmes huge respect, she doesn't like the idea of hearing Shinichi rambling everything about him. She wanted to thank Holmes for being such an inspiration to Shinichi in his choices and possible career path, and that he became what he is today. During their first meeting, she asked him if he knows where her friend is, which he responded that he will tell her someday.
    • Considering that she is considered the Watson to Shinichi's Holmes, she was visited by John Watson. They do find some Commonality Connection in that they both tend to ask questions to their respective partners when in comes to cases (although Ran started to do this less often, it's still there) and that they can be both protective of them by using their respective combat skills. She also feels bad to see how much he got flanderized by society, and noted that she hopes he will feel better someday and hopes that his wife, Mary Morstan, will ascend someday, considering that she died before Holmes returned, and hopes that they'll find true happiness along the way.
  • As a karate champion, she wanted to know if there are any people that knows the art. This is when she met Makoto, who practices a style of karate called rindo-kan karate. She is curious to see what are the difference between her style of karate and Makoto's. The two respect and bonded with each other because of this and found that fighting each other is one of the most thrilling experiences that they ever have, with Makoto liking Ran even more for how kind and respectful personality combined with how considerate she is to her loved ones. In Ran's perspective, she thinks that Makoto's too serious and needs to calm down a little.
  • She respects the Investigation Team for being able to solve the murders of Inaba by themselves despite the dangers of doing it, but she connected with Chie the most. They are both martial artists, have fears of the horror genre, with Ran encouraging her decision of becoming a police officer. Her thirst for eating also reminds Ran of Genta at times, and tries her best to teach Chie how to expand her cooking skills along with Yukiko and Rise.
    • Other Persona users she had the privilege of meeting that are tough like her are Akihiko Sanada and Makoto Niijima. She bonded with the former for their protective instincts from the people they love and being stubborn about it and their obliviousness of how the opposite sex attracted them. For the latter, she bonded with her thanks to her friendship with Sae Niijima. She felt bad that losing her father causes her to lose her passion as a police officer, which was eventually revived later on and also what she's been through, such as the rumors that she got as a student council president, being blackmailed, and being called useless to the point that it got her so much desperation to prove her usefulness. She also admires her sense of justice and hopes for the best for her.
  • She isn't happy to see that Kaito Kid is a Pantheon god as he had rendered her unconscious once and disguised as her. He had also tried to kiss her when she thought that he was Shinichi. Kaito Kid didn't think that she would actually ascend, although he is spying on her using his dove whenever Conan asks him what she is doing around her day.
  • Her father is a police officer, and still works closely with his former co-workers despite his irritating attitude and questionable idiocy. As such, she respects the law enforcement, but special mention goes to Lei Wulong and Chun-Li, not just because of their practice of martial arts, but also because they are competent in their job as police officers, which reminds her of cops like Detective Sato. She wanted to thank them that there are officers like them and that they try to make the world a better place.
    • She also respects Renee Montoya from those same reasons (minus the martial arts). When she heard that she got accused of murder, she sympathized with her as her father and her old captain also have gone through the same thing. She was also horrified to see that Renee's parents disowned her for being a lesbian. She's happy to see she got better from those experiences and hopes she will live a better life.
  • Her mother is a professional lawyer and is nicknamed the "Queen of the Courtroom", thus she has huge respect to those that are lawyers with a sense of justice. Hearing about this, she met lawyers like Phoenix Wright, whom she respected because he has a huge sense of justice to the point he would rather have a client who actually committed a crime get a guilty verdict, although she thinks that he should have better deduction skills. She also got to meet Sae Niijima, who is happy to see her change of heart, developing a better sense of justice, and that she was able to reconcile with her sister (incidentally also named Makoto), something that she wished that would happen to her father and mother, who were separated at the time being.
    • That said, she truly hates those a that are corrupted, which is the case with Manfred von Karma. She's disgusted to see that is able to convict innocent people with a guilty verdict, how he horribly educated his own children, and that he killed the father of his adoptive son just to keep a perfect record. She hopes to see the day that he will get karma when the time comes.
  • One of her former teachers was a FBI agent, so she was curious to see if there are any that fit that job description. Meeting Will Graham and Clarice Starling, she is amazed at their empathy of criminals, she ended up pitying them hearing that they had been through against Hannibal Lecter, with Will becoming a literal drunk, and that one of their counterparts ended up running away together with the serial killer.
    • There's also Peter Burke, even if his division is more specialized for white collar crimes, though she was a bit conflicted at first with his partner Neal Caffrey (an ex-criminal) before learning of his backstory and acknowledging that he really wants to make things right.
  • She cares a lot about children and will go to great lengths to protect them. As such, almost all kids love her because of her caring, nurturing attitude, but are simply afraid whenever her instincts kick in, but nonetheless love her and would totally have her as a babysitter. Although she is afraid of kids who don't have the mind of normal ones and creep her out, such as like Eric Cartman and Hansel and Gretel (not the classic pair, though).
  • She fears ghosts, not because they are supernatural themselves, but because they would be invulnerable to her martial arts skills. She thus also fears other monsters, as she feels that they would be invulnerable as well. She tries her best to stay away from them as soon as possible, although her fear of monsters causes her to be an easy advantage by the evil-monstrous deities to be spook easily.
    • Until she was eventually backed into a corner and was forced to attack back. As soon as she realized that certain monsters are just as susceptible to her karate, her fear of them has lessened considerably. But those indeed invulnerable (like ghosts), she's going to run.
  • She is extremely lucky in luck-based games such as poker and mahjong. Even though she hates poker, her luck in it is so good that it seems like she is a professional. A lot of people are disputed by how a girl who hates it is so good at it. When asked if she wanted to participate in an another poker round, she refused, as she prefers to keep a healthy lifestyle.
  • Considering that she waited for Shinichi to permanently return, she is pitied by the entire House of Love, but special mention goes to Princess Cadence and Kyu Sugardust. The former feels bad for the pain that she held inside and hopes that Conan will finally find a way to defeat the Black Organization and reverse the effects on his body, or at least that she would know the truth. For the latter, seeing how made for each other Ran and Shinichi are, not to mention a few glares from Cadence, both are in her whitelist in that neither of them will be involved in her work (especially considering how much of a Dude Magnet Ran is).
  • Also resides in the House of Combat.
  • "My name is Ran! I was born to run!"

    Shorty the Squirrel 
Shorty the Squirrel, God of Re-Explaining The Situation For The Audience (Shortfuse the Cybernik)
The original armor upgraded by Tekno.
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  • Demigod (Intermediate God inside his armor)
  • Symbol: His Cybernik helmet (to his chagrin)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Was Turned Into A Badnik By Robotnik Only To Retain His Free Will And Rebel, Bringing Up His Backstory All The Time, Arm Cannon, Man in the Machine, Is Stuck In A Powerful New Badnik Armor But Sees It As A Curse, Megatel Armor, Hair-Trigger Temper, I Work Alone
  • Domains: Rebels, Short Fuses, Powered Armor, Exposition, Animal People
  • Varying relationship with: Chaos (Sonic the Hedgehog)note 
  • Allies
  • On good terms with: Alphonse Elric, Makoto Nanaya
  • Headbutting Heroes with: The Freedom Fighters (includes Sonic the Hedgehog, Miles Prower/Tails the Fox and Amy Rose), Stick the Jungle Badger, The Crew of the Nebuchadnezzar
  • Friendly Rivalry with: E-123 Omega
  • Enemies
  • Opposes: Screwy Squirrel, Brian Griffin
  • Wary of: Max Eisenhardt/Magneto, Victor Fries
  • Shorty the Squirrel was once an ordinary if stubborn squirrel Mobian until Dr Robotnik decided to kidnap his friends and neighbors. He wanted to create a new type of Badnik called a Cybernik, a nigh-indestructible armored soldier. Shorty was to act as a battery, but a combination of his own stubborn nature and him damaging equipment beforehand allowed him to retain control and use it as Powered Armour. A solo-working Freedom Fighter with the exception of his good friend Tekno the Canary who he met by saving her from being turned into a Badnik, as thanks for saving her Tekno upgraded his armour, revealing that it was made of Megatel a metal that Tekno had invented when she was working Robotnik, Shortfuse was known to re-explain his backstory often as a sort of Running Gag. Despite his power he hated the suit, however he would eventually be freed from it as part of a feedback loop to stop Robotnik's mad scheme of environmental collapse. Though he has a good heart, Shorty can prove difficult to work with and his name is quite appropriate.
    • In the "unofficially official" fan continuation, Tekno would create a new suit that he could take it on and off without issue. However some tampering by outside forces eventually led to some falling out between the two. Eventually the two would have to deal with "Set", an alien impersonating the Egyptian god causing trouble for them, and Tekno eventually killing "Set". He has returned from Solstice but it is clear that his relationship with Tekno was almost broken beyond repair, but Shorty and Tekno have begun to take small steps to repair their friendship after Robotnik turned Tekno into a Cybernik using her own Cybernik suit that she had made for Shorty, his current armour is made from Badnik parts.
  • Shorty hails from a far-off place in the Sonic multiverse, called "Fleetway Sonic" by some and the STC universe by others. There Sonic is more irritable, Super Sonic is a Superpowered Evil Side, there are Freedom Fighters like "SATAM" Sonic's world yet more lore/plots are akin to the games, among other differences. As the first from his continuity to show up, he had a lot to learn about the greater Sonic multiverse. For starters, when it comes to those he recognizes he couldn't recall Amy having such an open crush on Sonic or using a hammer, the Amy he knows uses her crossbow. He expected all the versions of Tails to be of average intelligence, he was shocked to find out that most of them are geniuses on the level of his friends Tekno and Porker Lewis. He can't recall Sally Acorn being a Freedom Fighter and a Princess, the Sally Acorn that he knows of is a reporter than he sees on tv. He is technically part of the Freedom Fighters, but they aren't on the best of terms since (much to his regret) he chose pursuing Vermin over stopping Johnny Lightfoot from falling into a chemical vat, they have somewhat repaired their friendship since then but Shorty still prefers to work alone. While on the whole Shortfuse works alone, but he has formed outright friendships with Sonic deities he isn't familiar with.
  • The Running Gag of explaining his backstory may be what got him a position in the Trope Pantheon, but to the readers and people within it it's a source of derision. Some have made fun of him as "being as annoying as Scrappy Doo", but Shorty doesn't see how that's an insult as he actually likes Scrappy. This is probably down to Scrappy being, well, a scrappy fighter and he thinks Scrappy's got spunk, so he enjoys fighting alongside him. Another hero lacking the best reputation, Hot Rod, was noted by Shorty. While they're ambivalent outside of the general fight against evil, Shortfuse was nice enough to say that he thinks it's unfair that Hot Rod got called a Replacement Scrappy considering who could really live up to Optimus Prime?
  • Shortfuse is reminded of his own armor seeing Iron Man's Powered Armour. He's not sure how to feel about Tony Stark, as part of his wants to admit he makes impressive suits while another is reminded of the baggage of his suit and why he has it. Tony doesn't think he and Shorty would be a good hero team-up, but he does think he and James Howlett would get along; like Shorty Logan is on the temperamental side, and while his adamantium endoskeleton certainly helps him it wasn't by his choice and very painful. A Jerk with a Heart of Gold like Shorty, the two decided to talk with each other after overhearing Tony's musings and found they were starting to like each other. Though he'd rather not test it, Shorty wonders which is stronger and by how much; Megatel armor or adamantium blades. As he survived months in a volcano when an EMP knocked out his systems, Wolverine's pretty sure it'd be an actual challenge.
  • While Megatel is nigh indestructible, it is not truly invulnerable. Robotnik once dealt with a traitorous Badnik made out of the stuff by dousing him in liquid nitrogen and shattering him. The suit itself has a limited supply of oxygen so if he's stuck underwater he could drown, and it is susceptible to computer programs; aliens once aided him with a program that let him enter and leave the suit at will. Sadly, he lost this program in order to thwart his enemy Vermin the Cybernik. Shorty has chosen to tread carefully in the House of Machinery and Technology out of concern some of the more nefarious members will try to hijack the suit for their own ends, and when he has to visit the Hall of Ice and Cold he avoids antagonizing any cryomancers. Shorty also avoids large bodies of water when in the suit. He was kind of freaked out when Wolverine revealed why he doesn't like swimming; his adamantium bones would sink him and his healing factor would keep him drowning for a painfully long time.
  • Because of how he was unable to take it off for the longest time, one wonders how Shorty was supposed to eat or use the bathroom, the only answer being Eggman's musing of "well, it's not like any of my Badniks ever needed it". However being stuck in the suit unable to experience those things or properly fit in to society certainly add to Shorty's distaste of the suit. He relates to Alphonse about the inevitable Sense Loss Sadness that comes with it. There are a couple other deities who know the pain of being stuck in a suit, but they're certainly not friendly; Dr Weil and Victor Fries. Like most people Shorty's disgusted at Weil for somehow being a worse tyrant and criminal than Fleetway Robotnik, and thinks the only mistake subjecting him to that fate was the people who did being stupid enough to let him potentially return. He's a lot less vitriolic at Mr Freeze as he's genuinely sympathetic, but as he's still a criminal Shortfuse doesn't trust the guy.
  • Seeing as how he was forcefully turned into a Cybernik and only kept his free will out of a mix of stubbornness and damaged systems, Shorty is appalled by the Cybermen. Unwilling Roboticisation is a horrifying concept for him and the Cybermen suppress their souls alongside with surgically altering themselves to be more mechanical. They insist that it's for survival, but Shortfuse agrees with the Doctor that it's a Fate Worse than Death. Unsurprisingly the Cybermen, and anyone else cool with Unwilling Roboticisation, don't care what he thinks; they're more interested in incorporating Megatel into their design. Dr Gero is currently trying to capture Shortfuse the Cybernik so he can analyze the suit and upgrade his android body into one made of Megatel.
  • Outside of the Sonic franchise Shorty has a number of specific deities he considers to be an enemy, first of them being Set. The pantheon's Set may not be the same one he had to deal with and he's in fact grateful that the imposter was dealt with, but the squirrel knows the real deal is bad news and wants to make sure he can't cause trouble on Mobius. However even Set is but a lamb to the other alien claiming to be the Egyptian deity, Sutekh the Destroyer. Though Sutekh considers life down to the bacterium as his enemy, he finds Shortfuse's opposition as laughable. The Osirian is such a dire threat that Shorty is tempted to take Set's offer of a power up to help fight him, but refuses to take it because he knows he'll be indebted to the desert god.
  • Agent Smith and Hal Stewart are also enemies of Shorty. The former is because he is a digital Omnicidal Maniac who has the ability to take over and replace people both in the virtual world, and should they be able to leave the Matrix, the physical. Disgusted by his inhabiting of humans, he would rather hijack a strong Megatel body like the suit Shortfuse uses. Due to what nearly happened to him Shorty was disgusted to learn that the Matrix used people as a power source, which motivates him to give aid to the crew of the Nebuchadnezzar. While appreciated, he's still a moody solo hero so it's not like they're friendly with each other. The latter is an enemy because like Infinite he sees him as an Evil Counterpart, if not an outright Foil-Hal also gained great power without meaning to (albeit because someone wanted a hero and not a minion), but he quickly abused his powers and was an entitled manchild.
  • While mainly focused on revenge against Eggman and other singular enemies, gods who glorify machine supremacy or war itself are the two types of gods Shorty actively opposes. The likes of The Assimilation and Rex Machina are down to his long history opposing Robotnik's machines, and while they aren't beholden to any organic many have rather negative goals for organics like Shorty-they also would love to finish where Robotnik started and turn make Shortfuse their thrall. Many war-glorifying deities are opposed by the squirrel due to one of his adventures; when he was left without a purpose during Robotnik's overthrow he joined up with the alien Insectra Empire supposedly to fight evil aliens, but in reality they hijacked his suit in order to fight a pointless, bloody war. He's still ashamed by the whole fiasco and is disgusted by any group who's mission statement is endless war.
  • Him and Brian Griffin don't see eye to eye; Brian thinks he's annoying, Shorty thinks he's pretentious and both have called the other Holier Than Thou. Closer observation reveals the real reason they don't get along is because Shorty is a squirrel and Brian is a dog. While Shorty doesn't show many squirrel-like traits, Brian still acts like a dog and he has a very poor reputation in the squirrel community for hunting squirrels. Brian tried to rile up him more by giving him directions to another squirrel, that being Screwy Squirrel. While Shorty can be annoyed, Screwy's mischief and trickery quickly got on Shorty's nerves and he had a shouting match with him before storming off and leaving.
  • Kronk and Squirrel Girl are not squirrels, but they do really like them. Kronk is capable of speaking squirrel, and he thinks the idea of a squirrel superhero in metal armor is pretty cool. Together with Squirrel Girl, the two hit up on the idea of making a squirrel-themed superhero team alongside Conker and Scrat. Thanks to the latter's Comically Invincible Hero routine the group has earned the ire of much of the Grand United Alliance of Evil for defeating heavy hitters like Aku off-screen with squirrels, and perhaps most satisfying of all was Shorty punching out Eggman and breaking his stuff. However Shorty ultimately prefers working on his own, and asked to leave. He did enjoy his company, but he stated that it's not just an attitude problem from him; he's actually have criticisms to Doreen's way of doing things.
    Shortfuse: "With all do respect I don't think your shtick is a permanent solution. Your powers are gag-based, so while you can thwart Thanos you can't stop him for good because that wouldn't work tonally. I can humiliate Robotnik with you, but I don't think I can put a final end to his villainy unless it's done seriously. And I can't imagine you'd be compatible with dead-serious villains like the Lich or Femto either".
  • For those wondering how he feels about the prehistoric squirrel Scrat, he feels pity and frustration. Scrat is stubborn like him and will never stop going after that nut, but Shorty feels it's not worth it. As for Conker he's ambivalent since outside of the brief time they worked together they don't have much in common. Shorty does like the squirrel girl Makoto Nanaya because in his opinion she has a good attitude, however this is more a general respect as he's otherwise not interested in her own adventures. Conker likes to joke his interest is for another reason.
  • As Shorty spends more time in the Trope Pantheon, he becomes more interested in being a better hero in order to oppose Robotnik. Finn decided to help him with that, as while opposing evil has always been his deal he's gone through a good amount of development and maturity in his time. Two other heroes who wanted to help and work with Shorty were Earthworm Jim and Finn. Jim, like Shorty, has his powers thanks to the super suit he wears, though he has no hang-ups or issues with it. Finn used to be a Stormtrooper before turning to the good guy's side, and he was indoctrinated as one when he was very young. Because of that, he can sympathize with Shorty's outrage at how Robotnik forcibly turned people into Badniks.
  • He dislikes Godzilla and Mecha Godzilla because of their resemblance to the Mekanik Badnik a giant green dinosaur Badnik with a powerful breath attack.

    Wilson (Home Improvement
Wilson W. Wilson, Jr., God of Advice
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A picket fence
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Hiding his face, having an Expansion Pack Past, philosophy, having an alliterative and Repetitive Name, Sesquipedalian Loquaciousness
  • Domains: Advice, Philosophy, Culture, Wisdom
  • Allies: Tim Taylor, Iroh, all the Good deities in the House of Knowledge.
  • Ascended after finally showing his face at the end of the series.
    • Though good luck ever seeing it again, as he's once again The Faceless in the Pantheon.
  • He was happy to see that his neighbor Tim had also ascended, and their relationship has carried on as usual.
  • Wilson mostly stays inside his temple and continues practicing his obscure hobbies. Though whenever he's outside, there is a good chance that another god will come up to his fence and start telling him about their problem. More often than not, Wilson knows exactly what to say, and often has a comparison to a foreign culture to help drive the point home.
    • He plays the advisory role so well, that he can give himself advice, when he's the one having the problem.
  • Wilson gives such good advice, that even some Overdeities can be found asking him for advice. And it usually works.
  • Has been found enjoying a spot of tea with Iroh and swapping old stories with one another.
  • Once got accidently ran over by a riding mower that Tim super-charged. Wilson was lucky to be alive, and knew that it wasn't Tim's fault. Bringing this up will cause both Wilson and Tim to try and change the subject out of embarrassment.


    Charles Kane 
Charles Foster Kane, God of Long-Spoiled Spoilers (Citizen Kane)
  • Theme Song: Citizen Kane Suite
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: A sled with the word 'Rosebud' on its top
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Classical Antihero Decoy Protagonist, Collector of the Strange, Powerful and Helpless, Broken Ace, Going after the Rich and Powerful Despite being as such, Arbitrarily Large Bank Account, narcissistic, ultimately Dying Alone because he wanted to be loved and gave no love in return, becoming the very thing he hated.
  • Domains: Nobility, Industry, Isolation, Love (Betrayed)
  • Followers: The Reapers
  • Allies: Vlad Masters, Norma Desmond
  • Enemies: Scrooge McDuck, Seto Kaiba, Sephiroth
  • Opposes: Mr. Burns, Looten Plunder, J. Jonah Jameson
  • Opposed by: The House of Love and Affection, various creators
  • Pitied by: Jay Gatsby, Lois Lane
  • It's a story basically everyone knows by now; a man emerged as one of the richest people on the planet. Yet no matter what he did, he couldn't express his love towards anyone. In the end, he ended up Dying Alone, where a reporter tried to figure out what motivated him. While he failed to find the answer, the audience was gifted with the answer; the sled "Rosebud" represented the love he so desperately sought and was taken away from him ever since he moved away from his mother and son. It was ironic that this world would be the only one that didn't know the secret origins of Charles Kane.
    • Kane at least managed to bring happiness to one person in the Pantheon. After languishing for her death at the hands of Sephiroth, Aeris no longer wanted to be remembered in that way. An opening was created for White Mages, but she needed someone to take her place. It just so happened that Kane was more than happy to take the burden if it means having a second chance at happiness.
    • This development did not please Sephiroth as he was robbed of one of his greatest pleasures in the Pantheon. He has since attacked Kane on several occasions.
  • His temple is the massive castle known as Xanadu. It houses a wide variety of objects, but holds very few people to maintain it. When he found out his beloved sled could still be in his castle, he frantically searched for it to no avail. It appears that the Powers That Be has cursed him. His sled is indeed there, but his is doomed to be unable to find it among his vast domain. Some prophets say he will be reunited with his sled when he able to express an act of true love towards someone.
    • To add insult to injury, none of his past lovers want any part of becoming his herald. Neither Emily nor Susan want to be with a man who cares more about himself than his own lovers. The only familiar person in his temple is Jedediah Leland and even he failed to achieve any sort of herald status. Still, Leland hopes that this new lease of life will help him out in the long run.
  • His biggest issue is that even with his ascension he has failed to gain any true allies. His first task in the House of Commerce was to attack the evil gods there to fight for the little man. Mr. Burns responded with a smear campaign that forced the House to severely limit his presence there. Not even Chester Bum could defend him with a straight face.
    • Scrooge and Kaiba promptly pointed out that while railing against the rich despite being rich himself isn't a crime, the two believed he is only doing so to win the love of the people rather than actually giving a damn about their plight. Though it is likely the two are actually mad because Kane has been hurting their own finances with his talk.
  • The House of Love was less forgiving. The deities were horrified with the fate of both his wives. As such, they advised their followers against having a relationship with him.
    • One of his few allies there is Vlad Masters. He dismisses criticism for his pursuit of Maddie as false, and sees a man who craves love as he does. As such, he gives Kane pointers on how to woo women... which will only likely to cause him to fail even more.
  • Authors both deified and mortal despise his name. Kane reminds them of how their stories are so well known, the surprise is robbed from the viewer. This also arrives in the form of Content Leaks that reveal the nature of works before their arrival.
  • He did manage to find someone as desperate to find adoration as he did. Norma Desmond arrived at his temple for a proposition; she would date him if he bankrolled her to more headline shows. Thus he helped Norma to attend a number of roles... all to a quiet crowd. Charles then proceeded to clap to the encores himself. Thus, he was pilloried by the press once more. When Kane went to Jameson's office to protest, the news editor showed him the door. The two still dream of jump-starting their fame despite the setbacks.
    • In response, Lois Lane did some research on the man. With the help of Clark Kent, she released an editorial describing Kane as someone who never learned how to love someone. This helped gain some sympathy from the general public.
  • One of his few true friends, Jay Gatsby tried to help Kane to better establish him in the Pantheon. He knows what it's like to be isolated despite having all the money in the world. It was a surprise to Jay how much more the common folk liked the two of them than their own peers and decided that the two should do more outreach work for those people. Unfortunately, Kane's own selfishness keeps getting in the way of gaining praise.
  • Was weirded out that a big-headed mouse named Brain sounds like someone doing an impression of Kane. While on that, he has ignored Yosemite Sam's requests to check out that time his herald Montana Max did a send-up of Kane's story.
  • He's also present in the House of Narrative.

    J. Jonah Jameson 
John Jonah Jameson, Jr., God of Newspaper Editors (J.J.J., Jigsaw Jameson, Jolly Jonah, Pickle-Puss)

    Kent Brockman 
Kent Brockman, God of News Show Parodies (Brock Kentman, Kenny Brockelstein)
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: His "My Two Cents" poster
  • Theme Song: Eye on Springfield
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Delusions of Local Grandeur, Hostility on the Set, Unclear Judaism, Skewing News and Making It "Dramatic", Jerkass, Hates the Job, Loves the Limelight, Monotone Quips, The Friend Nobody Likes
  • Domains: News, Drama, Personal Interest, Ego
  • Allies: J. Jonah Jameson (more like Teeth-Clenched Teamwork), Rena Mizunashi
  • On speaking terms with: James Cameron
  • Unknown Rival to: The Types of Narration sub-house
  • Enemies: Bill Cipher, Metatron, Light Yagami, Sideshow Bob
  • Annoys: Abraham Lincoln, Peter Parker/Spider-Man
  • Avoids: Durant, Flik and Z, Them!
  • Springfield's Channel 6 is the most watched channel, and somebody has to be the anchorman. That being Kent Brockman, the opinionated, judgmental and ratings-hungry news show host of Channel 6 News. He's also involved with Eye on Springfield and Smartline.
  • Because of the various chaotic on-goings that come with the sheer variety and power of all the deities, Kent Brockman jumped at the opportunity to present it. He sure as hell isn't going to let someone "boring" present the pantheon news, though often by "boring" everyone else thinks "professionalism". Half of why pantheon members watch him is because of his foibles and trying to make things more dramatic than they are.
  • Thinks that he should be part of the Types of Narration sub-house. He was considered, but asides from being a better fit for Sources of Information he kept trying to push his agenda there and got on the nerves of the gods present. He thinks they're just jealous.
  • Tends towards more schmaltzy and sensational stories, rather than more important stories like he's supposed to. One time, he ended up distracted from a kid under a well by talking about a squirrel that looked like Abraham Lincoln. Who ended up also being assassinated and further diverting his focus. The actual Abraham Lincoln wasn't pleased.
  • Most don't care for Kent Brockman on a personal level, as he often feuds with other Channel 6 figures, especially Arnie Pye in the Sky. A lot of this has to do with his ego. Because of this he can understand where James Cameron is coming from by being a Prima Donna Director. Of course, this is probably just him wanting to get an interview with the director.
  • Doesn't have many friends, but he did manage to get along with J.Jonah Jameson. Jameson is also sensationalist, though they often argue on the other not be professional enough. Spider-Man just rolled his eyes at this.
  • Despite his behavior, Kent Brockman does try to be professional at times. This was pushed upon his interaction with Metatron. YHVH, wanting to skew the pantheon's news channels for propaganda purposes, suggested Metatron make Brockman be focused on His cause. Even he utterly refused, only to be let on fire. YHVH doesn't care enough about him to try again and Metatron doesn't feel like wasting his time, but Kent still takes it personally.
  • Fears Light Yagami due to his first public killing via the Death Note being the fake L on TV. He is afraid that Kira will blackmail him, but so far he doesn't think Brockman is worth his effort. Also, while Kent Brockman remains neutral on the denizens of Springfield, he opposes Sideshow Bob due to the time he tried to cancel television with the threat of a nuclear bomb.
  • Once overreacted to ants magnified on the screen, thinking it was giant ants planning to conquer the world. Infamously he decided to sell out and welcome the new insect overlords. He avoids ant deities so he's not reminded of this. He also avoids Bill Cipher, since when someone tried to pull The Quisling this happened.
  • Supposedly Jewish and has a Hebrew chai necklace, yet frequently attends Reverend Lovejoy's church and believes in the Book of Revelation. His faith is unclear. He also once won a $130 million lottery, but was under contract to continue his job. He still gets 500 grand a year anyway.

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