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    The Dark Judges 
Judge Death, Judge Fear, Judge Fire and Judge Mortis, Gods of Treating All Crimes Equally (All: The Dark Judges | Death: Sydney De'Ath, Jay De'Ath | Fire: Fuego)
From left to right: Judge Fear, Judge Death, Judge Mortis, and Judge Fire
  • Greater Gods
  • Symbol: Belt buckle shaped like a human skull with extended fangs, a Shrunken Head, a flame-spewing trident, stylized sheep skull
  • Theme Song: Darkness Descends
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil, thinking themselves Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Judgment, Death, Fear, Fire, Decay, Evil, Omnicide
  • Heralds: Phobia and Nausia
  • Followers: Justice Devil
  • Allies: The Joker, Nekron, Thaal Sinestro, The Batman who Laughs, The White, Majin Buu, Broly, The Lich, Death Phantom, the Auditors of Reality, the Brainspawn, Cletus Kasady/Carnage
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork With: Archaon the Everchosen, Zamasu
  • Enemies: EVERYONE, but especially Judge Dredd, The Houses of Life and Vitality and Death and Postmortem, Death (Discworld), Peter Parker/Spider-Man, The Venom Symbiote, Anti-Venom, Batman, Superman, Madoka Kaname, Yusuke Godai, Avatar Aang, Gandalf, Son Goku, Darkseid, King Dedede, the Lobotomy Corporation, Yveltal, Touko Aozaki
  • Respect: Light Yagami, Teru Mikami, Sergey Taboritsky, Seryu Ubiquitous (all one-sided)
  • To Be Kept Away From: Punishing Bird, Judgement Bird, and Big Bird, The Batter
  • Four Judges from an alternate dimension who had killed everyone in it. The reason is that Judge Death and his cohorts believed that since only the living commit crimes, life itself was a crime and the only true punishment for it was the death sentence. The movement started when Death, born Sydney De'Ath, the sadistic son of an equally sadistic serial killer, convinced his colleagues of his philosophy. At one point they met two witches who transformed them into undead spirits, so they may continue their mission of total death without hypocrisy. With this belief, having already succeeded in their own world, they traveled to the world of Judge Dredd to kill every living thing there. They ascended to the Pantheon as well with the same mission. These four have long since become undead spirits and cannot be permanently killed only contained, each Dark Judge inhabits a corpse and that corpse will shape to their liking before they start "judging" others.
    • Judge Death, born Sydney De'Ath, is the leader and the founder of the Dark Judges. He's able to phase through people and crush their organs, which is his signature method. He is seen often working with the darker gods of death to help him punish the living. It was Death who first came up with the idea of taking the Dark Judges' mission to other dimensions; something his colleagues were originally iffy on, but eventually took part in.
    • Judge Fear is second in command and he opens his helmet's faceplate and frightens the accused to death with whatever lies within, whilst reciting his catch phrase, "Gaze into the face of Fear!" (though that failed against Dredd). Death and Mortis think he can be too secretive, but work with him anyways.
    • Judge Fire, born "Fuego", wields a flaming trident in order to start massive fires. He is attempting to spread his fire further along with Starjun. Despite the fact that Death and Mortis worry he can be too emotional in his mission, they consider him a valuable asset anyways.
    • Judge Mortis is attempting with his cold touch to rapidly age people to death. He is attempting to bring in Barragan to work with them on their plans. He's also probably the one most of one mind with Judge Death, as he's wholly obsessed with omnicide and so is considered Death's most trustworthy ally.
  • They intentionally found their way into the Pantheon in the hopes of killing everyone not just in the world, but the whole multiverse. Together they have killed 60 million citizens and are waiting to spread into the Pantheon to do so much more. They are willing to work with any like minded members to start to upgrade their body count to any living members of the Pantheon. The Lich and Death Phantom have especially taken an interest in the four, very much agreeing with their philosophy of life being a crime. The Lich speculates that they are fellow Scholars of GOLB. As for Death Phantom, he and Judge Death see eye-to-eye as they were both ex-humans who joined the forces of death.
  • Since ascending, the Dark Judges have worked to get some allies in their cause of omnicide. They are attempting to recruit The Joker, who joined them at one point, to reuinite with them; he did, but the Joker is more distant since he doesn't care for wiping out everyone and just wants an excuse to kill people. Death and his group insist on working with Nekron and his GUAD, all willing to except Black Lantern Rings to end all life everywhere. Fear meanshile is attempting to work with Thaal Sinestro and bring him to their cause, he would also gladly except a Sinestro Corp ring to further enhance his killings. The Batman who Laughs didn't even need to be invited, and simply joined them automatically due to his similarities with Judge Death.
  • As is to be expected, Judge Dredd is their arch-enemy just as he is in their home 'verse, as is Batman due to their association with the Joker. However they've also made enemies out of just about any All-Loving Hero in the Pantheon — Superman, Madoka Kaname, Yusuke Godai, Avatar Aang, Gandalf, Son Goku, etc. — and just about anyone who values life. Judge Dredd helped explain to these heroes what he learned in fighting the Dark Judges; namely that their tactics are very predictable. Cosmos, one of the heads of the GUAG, has declared themselves and their Alliance to be sworn enemies of the Dark Judges in order to defend life. Pretty much everybody that values life in at all is bound to be their enemy, though the extent to which they fight obviously varies from person to person.
    • Surprisingly (or perhaps not), YHVH considers them a grave threat and ordered his servants to oppose them. His official reasoning is that "All Are Equal in Death and equality is wrong!", but more practically speaking it's because 1) many among his followers were already enemies with the Dark Judges and because 2) YHVH sees a twisted mirror image of his own Law in them. Their ideology is a horrific extreme form of the legalism YHVH cherishes, and (though he'll never admit it publically) that thought troubles him.
  • For rather obvious reasons, they are staunch mutial enemies with everyone in the House of Life and Vitality, much with their whole "kill everyone" thing. Interestingly, they're also in the bad books of in the House of Death and Postmortem. Most people in the latter house don't care much for killing everybody. Hades put it best in saying, "Do you think I need MORE subjects?"
    • Of all the halls in the House of Life and Vitality, the Dark Judges particularly loathe the Hall of Forms of Immortality (along with other immortal entities). No matter what the Dark Judges to to these people, they just! KEEP! Coming! BACK! They find people like Yveltal and Touko Aozaki the most annoying, since they managed to kill them before, but they refuse to STAY dead. Had only they had the power to, the Dark Judges would destroy that hall several times over.
    • In the House of Death and Postmortem, the Dark Judges are interested in the various death personifications, such as the members of the Grand Judges of Death. The Dark Judges are very annoyed that these entities see themselves as neutral arbiters instead of using their powers to wipe everyone out. Most of these Grim Reaper types just see ending lives as their jobs, and so aren't the biggest fans of drastically expanding their workload for no good reason.
  • Not all their comrades in the omnicidal crusade really like them. Zamasu for example sides with them in wanting to exterminate all sentient life, but he's so confident in himself that he sees the Dark Judges as competition, as he considers himself the only one truly able to do it. But he had to swallow his pride (almost choking in the process) for just one moment in the name of finding allies. The Dark Judges for their part find Zamasu to be awfully selfish and are annoyed by his hatred for mortals in particular (as they were once human), yet still admire his commitment to "justice". None of these differences are really enough for them to flat-out hate each other though. Yet another omnicidal deity is Archaon the Everchosen, though neither of them admire each other as they have different reasons for what they do: the Dark Judges act out of sadism and pseudo-justice while Archaon is just acting out of angst.
  • They've shown interest in some others in the Pantheon who hold to their All Crimes Are Equal logic, though some of them don't like getting this interest. Some among them are Sergey Taboritsky and Seryu Ubiquitous. On Taboritsky's part, the Dark Judges applauded the lengths the Mad Regent went to in enforcing justice. The Regent's response? He condemned them as "madmen with a perverse philosophy", apparently unaware of the immense irony of that statement. On Seryu's part, the Dark Judges applauded her commitment to justice, and told her that she "would be a true hero" if she "would just go one step further". Seryu was quite disgusted by the suggestion and told the Dark Judges that her zeal is for the well-being of the Empire's people. In both cases, the Dark Judges are mostly just disappointed that they lost potential allies.
  • On that point: Though Light Yagami doesn't believe that All Crimes Are Equal, he still got the attention of the Dark Judges for his Death Note. At times, they tried to convince him to use his Death Note on all of the living. Other times, they've asked him to lend them the Death Note so they can enact "true" justice. In all cases, he's refused the deal; for all his fault Light does recognize that living isn't a crime, much less one deserving of death.
    • Teru Mikami, Light's Psycho Supporter, has also drawn the ire of the Dark Judges but for different reasons. Teru is even more fanatically devoted to killing criminals than Light is, and Judge Death speculated they might be able to use some of that fanaticism for themselves. They tried reaching out to him, explaining that everyone does some bad things — but Teru is so convinced that some people are just "good" and some are just "evil" that the Dark Judges may as well have been talking to a brick wall. That they've killed people he counts as "good" is the end of the story for him. Plus, he's devoted to Light, so there's no way he'd intentionally do something his god would frown upon.
  • They have "creative differences" (for lack of a better term) with Darkseid. Both Darkseid and the Dark Judges are profoundly anti-life, yet their solutions to the problems of existance differ. Darkseid wants to control everything and erase everybody's free will in order to prevent any form of disobedience. The Dark Judges on the other hand think that's still too risky which is why they opt for omnicide. Judge Death, in probably the first instance of anyone saying so, called Darkseid a "naive optimist" who doesn't understand how to be "practical". Darkseid for his part pointed out that eliminating all life would mean there's no society for law to apply to in the first place . . . to which Death said that no concept of law also means no concept of crime, and therefore no crime!
  • Evil minds (heh) think alike, as the Brainspawn has a positive opinion of the Dark Judges and their mission. The sentient brains have become patrons to the Dark Judges and seek to help them in omnicide in the name of punishing crime. However, as they constitute life, the Dark Judges intend to kill the Brainspawn later on in their mission. The Brainspawn actually know this, yet they tolerate the Dark Judges since they believe themselves strong enough to be able to beat them when the time comes.
  • While just about everyone is scared of them to some extent, King Dedede in particular is petrified of the Dark Judges a specific reason: he's vulnerable to Demonic Possession, a power that they have. However Dedede doesn't have much more to worry about than any other deity would for two reasons. Firstly, the Dark Judges have bigger fish to fry. Secondly, the effort it would take to possess Dedede consistently would draw the attention of Kirby, and (as weird as it sounds) the Dark Judges are utterly horrified of facing Kirby. They've made a deal with the Dark Matter Horde that the Horde would keep Kirby tied down so that the Judges would never have to face the pink horror.
  • They are fascinated by the story of Punishing Bird, Judgement Bird, and Big Bird. Those three birds heard a prophecy that a beast would come to their forest to destroy everything in it. To stop the "beast", they adopted an All Crimes Are Equal outlook that drove them to murder the forest-dwellers — unknowingly becoming the very "beast" of prophecy. Judgement Bird in particular interests them, due to his rigged scales that declare everyone guilty. Judge Death was able to deduce that, despite their similar mindsets, the birds would never knowingly join the Dark Judges (and might even see them as "the beast"). So instead the Dark Judges settled for planning to release all three at once, run away from the Hall of Destinies, and hope the ensuing "Apocalypse Bird" kills everyone there. The Lobotomy Corporation got wind of this plan, and so put in a few extra measures to prevent the Dark Judges from getting near their cells.
  • The Auditors of Reality were willing to ally with the Dark Judges in large part due to their similar worldviews. The Auditors are pretty much cosmic beurocrats who think that sentient life makes their job harder — finding predictable orbits and chemical reactions easier to work with — and so seek to eliminate all living things. The Auditors volunteered to serve as agents to the Dark Judges, who accepted their request. This has in turn gotten the Dark Judges entangled in a plan to usurp Discworld's version of Death; the plan has not been going well for them so far.
  • They heard that the Batter happened to have great powers and mass-murdery tendencies, and so planned to meet up with him . . . but they learned to their disappointment that the Batter's time in the Pantheon had partially mellowed him out. Partially. He has cozied up with the GUAG Magical Girl Sisterhood and with Papyrus (long story) who managed to partially rein in his violent impulses. But the Dark Judges believe they can get him back to his old ways if they were just able to talk to him. In turn, the Magical Girls put in measures to prevent the Batter from ever crossing paths with them in the hopes of protecting the Pantheon.
  • They also considered getting Cletus Kasady & Carnage on their side, as he's a sociopathic mass killer who went down the road of omnicide. However even the news of them considering it was enough to worry Spider-Man, the Venom Symbiote, Anti-Venom, and the rest of Carnage's foes. They know how deadly Carnage can be, as they had to team up to defeat him and still barely stood any chance. So they've alerted the enemies of the Dark Judges to warn them of the possible threat. Carnage for his part was willing to accept the alliance, but the measures of the Pantheon's heroes have held him back from actually meeting up with the Dark Judges.
  • "The Crime Isss Life, The Sssentence Isss Death!"

Intermediate Gods

    Head Pixie 
Head Pixie, God of Corrupt Bureaucracy (H.P)

Lesser Gods

    Scott Shelby 
Scott Shelby, God of Detectives who Turn Out To Be The Culprit (Scott Sheppard, Scottie, The Origami Killer)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His raincoat. Alternatively, the origami figures.
  • Theme Song: Scott Shelby Theme
  • Alignment: May seem Neutral Good at first, but he is actually Lawful Evil.
  • Portfolio: Acrofatic, Badass Longcoat, Dirty Cop, Hardboiled Detective, Actually Nice, Private Detective, Big Bad, Killer Cop, Serial Killer, Would Hurt a Child, Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds
  • Domains: Investigation, Cover Up, Murder, Family, Trials, Children
  • Followers: Ryuzaki, Mitsuru Kuroiwa
  • Allies: Tohru Adachi, Jack the Ripper, Goro Akechi, The Jigsaw Killer
  • Enemies: The Child Abuse Supporters, The Investigation Team, House of Family, Manny Pardo
  • Respects: Bryan Mills, Asura, Gabriel Belmont
  • Opposed by: Most investigators in the Pantheon as well as the House of Justice
  • Scott Shelby was a private investigator who was hired by the families who were victim of the notorious Origami Killer, a Serial Killer who would kidnap children and drown them till they were found, leaving Origami figures before as clues. Truth is, Scott was never hired by said families and never was after the Origami Killer, but he was actually the Origami Killer all along, looking to get rid of all evidence that would link him to the crimes.
  • While he is a child murderer, there is a group of people that actually sympathize with him. As it turns out, when he was a child he witnessed the death of his twin brother and how his abusive drunk father never bothered to save him. That would be the motivating factor in turning Scott into the Serial Killer he ended up becoming, looking for a father who would do everything to save his son.
    • That said, while many feel sorry for the loss of his twin brother John, not many defend the countless lives he took just to find someone who would fit his very particular description of a good father. It's implied many of his victims' parents either perished trying to rescue their children or never understood the meaning of the Origami figures-
  • How Scott's story concluded is up to debate, but the most common assumption is that he finally managed to find the father that would sacrifice everything for his son in the form of Ethan Mars. He would have gotten away if it weren't for the intervention of journalist Madison Paige and FBI agent Norman Jayden, the latter stepping in and engaging him, resulting in his death.
  • Hates the deities that form the so called Child Abuse Supporters, as you can very well know that those kind of people are what lead him to become the Origami Killer. Some were quick to call him an Hypocrite for trying to pretend he was morally better than those even if he ultimately broke a lot of families because of his desire to see a father that would fit his insane criteria.
  • Among deities who belong to the Police forces, Scott is seen as a disgrace by virtue of being a Serial Killer but making it worse by pretending to be a private investigator. Some are more lenient because Scott has shown that he can be actually nice to the people that are supposedly his victims (To the point that he would look like he is just sabotaging himself).
    • He is also an ex-marine, explaining why he is so proficient in the art of CQC combat and why he is such a good shot. That said, ex-marines like Frank Castle or Leroy Gibbs think he is the worst of the worst and they don't want to be associated with him.
  • On the other side, he seems to be on good terms with detectives Tohru Adachi and Goro Akechi, more so with the latter since he also had a rocky relationship with his father (Not helping Akechi's status as an illegitimate child) and that ended up both shaping them in becoming killers. Shelby gettin along with Akechi actually made Adachi quite upset at the fact that Scott doesn't have the same kind of mindset as he does and that caused some form of vitriol between the two, mostly since Scott's motivation are hardly motivated by childish reasons like Adachi as supposed to his more revenge-driven reasons for becoming the Origami Killer. The fact that the two Persona-users are at odds with one another doesn't help, either.
  • Being a Killer Cop, Manny Pardo has tried to capture and murder Scott so he would gain good PR in the eyes of the pantheon denizens, even if that would be no different for what he usually does. Not to mention there are some people who think that Scott, an actual child murderer, is not as depraved as he is, a statement that seriously damaged his ego.
  • Scott and Jigsaw get along a lot, both having similar MO by kidnapping their victims and making them go through a series of traps although circumstances are different for each of the killers' victims. Scott also seems to respect Jack the Ripper in some way, particularly the version where he is revealed to be commissioner James Gordon.
  • Any father that is very protective of their children has earned the respect of Scott. People like Bryan Mills, Asura and Gabriel Belmont are among the ones he holds in high regard, but they are ashamed of what Scott is and every last of them have sworn to punish Scott for his actions, not to mention what would happen if he would target their children.
  • He suffers from asthma, but he is actually quite competent as a fighter believe or not. He ocassionally gets himself treated in the House of Health and Diseases even if his reputation is at all time low.
  • The Pantheon is well aware of what he does, so his crime sprees as the Origami Killer have not continued in the pantheon, most probably because he was satisfied with Ethan Mars and his death put the final nail in the Origami Killer. The one punishment he received from the pantheon authorities is him being unable to see his brother John, which actually broke Scott to the point of secluding himself in his temple for a while. Nowadays he tries to stick to being an actual private eye, but had little success since people aren't willing to forget who he is.
  • Can also be found in the House of Crime.

    Sirius Black 
Sirius Black, The God Who Was Screwed Over By The Legal System (Padfoot, Snuffles, Stubby Boardman)


    Burgermeister Meisterburger 

Burgermeister Meisterburger, God of Unrealistic Dystopian Laws
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His Hat
  • Theme Song: No More Toymakers To The King
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Despises Anything Fun, Hammy Villainy, Fat Bastard, Grumpy Old Man, Hated By Everyone, Banned Christmas, Child Hater, Mayors With Ridiculous Amounts Of Power, Not a Single Redeeming Quality, Not The Smartest Villain Around, No Sense of Humor, Comidic Injuries, Anticlimactic Offscreen Death
  • Domains: Mayors, Laws, Pettiness, Injuries
  • Heralds: Grimsley, his right-hand man.
  • Allies: Winterbolt, Father (KND), The Delightful Children From Down The Lane, Oogie Boogie, Junko Enoshima, Head Pixie, Professor Poopypants, Prince Hans Westergard
  • Enemies: SANTA CLAUS, Mrs. Claus, Nicholas Saint North, Ebenezer Scrooge, The Toy Story Cast, Rudolph, Jack Skellington, The Grinch, Queen Anna, Elsa, Olaf, The Madagascar Penguins, Hubie and Rocko, Sgt. Byrd, Mumble, Penta Penguin, Pinkie Pie, Wander, The Mayor Of Townsville
  • Fears: Chucky, Slappy, Grandfather, The Night's King, Jacob Marley, The Spirits of Christmas
  • Admires: Darkseid
  • Burgermeister Meisterburger was the cruel, authoritarian mayor of Sombertown, a northern town filled to the brim with misery and sadness, something that he took great pride in. A firm hater of toys, an incident consisting of him slipping and injuring himself on one lead him to ban any and all toys from Sombertown, threatening to throw any child he found playing with one into the dungeon. However, he found his authority challenged by Kris Kringle, a visiting young man who found the law silly and dedicated himself to seeing the miserable children happy. The Burgermeister tried numerous times to shut down his operation, only to find himself constantly outsmarted by Kringle, cumulating in him arresting his family and friends and ambushing him using them as leverage. After Kris and friends escaped prison using flying reindeer, the young man took refuge in the north pole, soon becoming Santa Claus and starting to spread cheer to millions of children everywhere. As for Meisterburger? Well, the miserable old man died off, presumably of old age, and the citizens of Somberland realized how silly his law was and promptly forgot about him.
  • That wasn't the end of his story, however. The Burgermeister soon found himself in an unfamiliar place, faced by an old yet sinister-looking old man. This being was Winterbolt, the former ruler of the North Pole. He explained to the Burgermeister that he was an enemy of Kris Kringle, now known as Santa Claus, having originally ruled over the North Pole and was seeking a way to take it back from Claus. Seeing as Meisterburger was the first real threat Santa faced, as well as proving himself a threat despite his bumbling, he saw it fit to ascend him so as to combat the jolly old elf. The Burgermeister, eager for revenge on him, happily agreed to an alliance, and in exchange, Winterbolt arranged for his temple to be a recreation of Sombertown, complete with his old guards, for the purposes of throwing anyone he doesn't like into the dungeons.
  • The Burgermeister made himself known to Santa one Christmas night, having his guards ambush him at a building where he was going to deliver toys. Thankfully, the guards were rather bumbling and Santa's, well, Santa, so he was able to evade and thwart the guards while making his delivery at the same time. Still, he recognized the guards and was surprised at the prospect that his old nemesis could have found the Pantheon. Taking a quick break from his duties to find and confront Meisterburger, the old man, once located, bragged about how his nemesis Winterbolt got him up and was ready to turn Santa's life into a living hell as revenge. Santa simply sighed and went on his way as Meisterburger swore vengeance, the former mayor content with waiting for another opportunity for revenge.
    • As a result of his animosity with Saint Nick, he ended up on the bad side of his allies as well. Out of all of them, he hates Mrs. Claus the most, as she used to be a schoolteacher named Jessica who fell in love with Kris and helped with his toy-giving operation, and at multiple points was pivotal to thwarting Meisterburger's plans. Ebeneezer Scrooge was once a despicable old man who, thanks to the Ghosts of Christmas, managed to turn a new leaf and appreciate Christmas, so naturally he opposes The Burgermeister as well, reluctantly admitting that he'd probably consider him a kindred spirit if he was back in his crueller, greedy days. Most surprising of all however was the discovery that there was another Santa in the form of Nicholas Saint North, a much more combat-capable Santa that leads a superhero team of other holiday icons. Now, Meisterburger isn't the smartest man around, but even he knows messing with Him's a recipe for disaster, so for now he stays out of his way while focusing on the original Clause.
  • His initial quest for allies had a simple start: find any god that also tried to ruin the holidays so that he can even the playing field with Santa. To this end, he came across two potential individuals, those being Jack Skellington and The Grinch. For Jack's part, he ended up taking over Santa's role and nearly wrecked the holiday with dangerously spooky toys. As for The Grinch, he ended up stealing everything Christmas related from Whoville with nobody the wiser. Now he was aware the two were redeemed, and from five seconds of research he can tell that Jack was not changing his tune anytime soon, but he heard that the Grinch occasionally relapses back into a mean jerk, so he figured he'd make a wonderful ally. Alas, it was not the case, for when he found The Grinch and presented his case to him, the Grinch declined, stating that while he lets loose every now and again, Christmas time is now the one time he refuses to do anything naughty at, basically telling the mayor to bug off, to Meisterburger's frustration. Later, Jack found out about the Burgermeister when the Grinch told him about the incident, appalling Jack for how much of an ass he was and promising to help Santa if the Burgermeister was to do anything funny.
  • Burgermeister distrusts penguins, much to the surprise of most in the Pantheon. The reason for it is rather simple; Kris Kringle was accompanied by a wayward penguin named Topper during his younger days and any penguin could be a potential ally with him. As a result, Burgermeister declared the Pantheon's penguins personal enemies and gave direct orders to have them hunted down and arrested. Thankfully, penguins are just as slippery as seals, and the ascended birds are more trouble than even Burgermeister expected. Mumble and Hubie are quick to evade capture, while Sgt. Byrd, the flying Rocko and the Penguins of Madagascar were able to fight back.
  • One of Santa's first friends was the infamous (former) Winter Warlock,note  whose ice magic originally kept Sombertown a miserable place in the first place. Burgermeister spared no love for the ice elementals found within the Pantheon, chief among them, Elsa of Arendelle, who once froze over her own kingdom with her ice magic. That being said, Elsa had no control over her magic at that time and she's since made amends with her past. But Burgermeister merely sees Elsa and by extension, her sister Queen Anna and her snowman creation Olaf, as co-conspirators with that "terrible toymaker" and even made an alliance with Prince Hans to dispose of them. Hans though considers the alliance to be one-sided. He has no time for Burgermister's toy crusade and only teamed up with him to get some soldiers to take over Arendelle.
    • On the flip side, Burgermeister fears the Night's King with all his heart. The ruler of the White Walkers has no time for the petty mayor's one-man war on toys and fun. He just wants to consume the world in ice and snow, perhaps even turning Sombertown's inhabitants into Wights to fuel his army. It marked one of the only times Burgermeister put aside his animosity with Santa and worked together to drive off the undead force. After that, it was back to destroying toys as usual.
  • As one can probably guess at this point, Burgermeister absolutely despises toys, and anything even slightly related to them, with his whole animosity with Santa being fueled by the fact that he gives out toys for free and was bringing joy to Sombertown. So naturally, when he figured out that there's a select few toys in the Pantheon that were also alive, he just about blew his top and immediately ordered his guards to destroy the holders of said title, which happened to be Andy's Toys. Fortunately, Saint Nick foresaw that he'd go after the toys and warned them of Meisterburger in advance, resulting in the toys setting up an ambush for his guards. The toy's unexpected cunning, in addition to the guards not exactly being very competent in the first place, ended with Burgermeister's men retreating, and the cruel man swearing vengeance on the toys. On the flip side, he's genuinely wary of the bloodthirsty dolls known as Chucky and Slappy, and has made precautions to avoid them at all costs out of fear that they'd come after him next. So far, the two haven't shown much interest in him, but either way for once nobody's gonna fault him for being terrified of them.
  • If there's anything Burgermeister hates as much as toys, it's children in general. His idea of a good time is going around and making every kid he comes across as miserable as possible, and seeing kids having fun is an easy way to piss him off. Naturally, he was delighted to find out about Father, a supervillain that practically makes a whole career out of hating children and wanting to see them suffer. While Father was initially uninterested in the old mayor, he was eventually won over by just how damn proud he was of hating children, resulting in the most legitimate friendship Meisterburger has ever gained. He's also impressed about how he "delightfulized" the Delightful Children from Down the Lane, and has since occasionally recruited them to perform his dirty business of throwing people in the dungeon. Of course, this resulted in him getting the attention of the KND, specifically the ascended Sector V, who consider him just as bad as the other fun-hating adults back home, often finding themselves opposing the Burgermeister and whatever schemes he has cooking. And of course, even he's scared of Grandfather, being fully aware of his power and how he'd probably enslave anyone at the drop of a hat.
  • The Bugermeister was (rather ironically) delighted to see that he was not the only deity that wanted to spread misery for their amusement: for instance, the Head Pixie, leader of the Pixies, constantly plots to take over Fairy World so he can make it as dull as possible, so Burgermeister lent him some guards for some extra muscle in case they needed it. Professor Poopypants despises any and all laughter and wishes to remove it from the Pantheon, which lead to Burgermeister funding some of his schemes and inventions, helped by the fact he's one of the few people that don't burst out laughing at Poopypants terrible name due to a lack of humor. Most surprising of all however was that Junko Enoshima of all people has offered her services to Burgermeister, somewhat because she's legitimately impressed at how ruthless Burgermeister can be when it comes to misery, but mostly because any despair is good for her. While Meisterburger is just as surprised as anyone else, he sure as hell ain't gonna waste an opportunity like this, and so occasionally hires her to cause as much misery as she can, as well as on the rare occasion he needs someone to be "offed".
  • As much as Burgermeister despises toys and fun, he does have one weakness... yo-yos. He doesn't like to be reminded of how Santa outwitted him with one. That being said, one might catch a glimpse of the old miser playing with a large green and yellow yo-yo from time to time, having the time of his life.

Officers Frank Tenpenny and Edward "Eddie" Pulaski, Unholy Duo of Corrupt Police Officers (Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (C.R.A.S.H. for short) | Tenpenny: Officer Ben Ten)
Frank Tenpenny
Eddie Pulaski
  • Demigods
  • Symbol: Their LSPD badges
  • Theme Song: C.R.A.S.H. theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Police, Corruption, Drugs, Criminal Empires
  • Followers: Lt. Frank Mercer, Superintendent Thomas Pendrew, Seishiro Munakata, Jack Vincennes, Wendell "Bud" White, Dick Stensland, Lt. Melanie Hawkins
  • Avatar: Samuel L. Jackson (Tenpenny)
  • Allies: Dimitri Rascalov, Brian Irons, Roscoe P. Coltrane
  • Enforcers to: Ethan Roark Sr.
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Manny Pardo
  • Business Partners with: Diavolo, Walter White, The Son
  • Enemies:
  • Opposed by: Sei P. Asagiri and Stella Hoshii,
  • Los Santos: The city of crime, gang bangers and drugs. The city has been in high crime rates all due to different reasons. One thing for sure is that it is not the big gangs that are of the most feared, but rather the police officers in charge and what can be more proven than the police unit Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (or C.R.A.S.H for short). Founded under the objective to survey the city and deal with the gang problem only became its root of corruption, eventually spreading all over the police force. Its leader, Officer Frank Tenpenny and his subordinate Officer Edward "Eddie" Pulaski are notorious for their supreme control over the city, to the point of spreading influence in the outside states of San Andreas, controlling their criminal reign even further. Among the people they harass is none other than their favorite scapegoat Carl Johnson, who they repeatedly target in order to help clean up the mess, evidence, their image and blaming him for all the crimes.
    • This proved to be a fatal mistake as Tenpenny's habit of disposing useless tools also lead to the start of his reign's own downfall, when Pulaski failed to kill Carl (and get himself killed as well), he was also charged with multiple cases of corruption, and when he was acquitted, Los Santos was on fire, with everyone wanting his head as well as a loose Carl wanting revenge. Desperate and increasingly paranoid, he mustered what was left of his empire and plotted his way to escape, unfortunately driving his way into the front of Grove Street territory and eventually abused by the rioteers, showcasing the extent of his corruption towards the city.
  • For CJ, the very last thing he would want is to see Tenpenny and Pulaski ever again considering all the punishment he had to take just to keep himself and the Grove Street Families safe. This all ended when police sirens came up in front of his temple. The only thought he had was that the House of Justice was about to take him, but his fears came true when an LSPD cruiser showed up and both of them appeared, apparently strolling around the Pantheon without a care in the world until they saw a familiar sight. The two casually greeted Carl and brought him back into their car, explaining that they would see each other very soon and as a throwback for the good times they had back in Los Santos, they dropped him on the most dangerous side of the Pantheon.
    • The reason for their ascension was very clear, their streak of corruption easily landed them the title of Dirty Cop, as their influence stretched out into the farthest parts of San Andreas. However, they were also placed and chosen by the Court of the Gods as examples of corrupt cops not lasting to tell the tale of their misdeeds. It was a hard choice but Tenpenny and by extension, Pulaski were forced to carry this burden for the remaining days they will stay in the Pantheeon.
  • For being in a series widely placed with amoral policemen, they have been considered the worst of the bunch and their actions have lead them into the crosshairs of other deities in the same universe, a news that took the duo by surprise considering that CJ has been mustering some allies while they were away. Two of which are from Liberty City, the place CJ mentioned during his return to San Andreas, and both of which had their ordeal with dirty cops or even detectives. Niko Bellic had to deal with Francis McReary who he might/might not have assassinated alongside his brother, though Niko states that he is less corrupted than what Tenpenny has for show. As for Huang Lee's comments, he can only say that he had some trust issues with a detective that for once was somewhat unorthodox with his methods, yet was helpful in his aid, and comparing him to C.R.A.S.H is comparing a saint to a killer of all things.
  • You may ask but why were they allowed to operate as police officers knowing their history? It turns out they made a deal with Ethan Roark Sr. in order to keep their jobs and promised to work as enforcers for him after they personally dealt with their friend CJ. A deal was struck and both parties promised easy work towards all their enemies, from CJ to John Hartigan and other threats, provided they do their work for him.
  • Upon their ascension, and the burden they were placed with many police officers and even victims of corrupt police work have targetted them for their heinous acts, with some even considering them to be worse as shown with their actions and the extent to how they want to bring Los Santos under their thumb. There are those who are willing to beat up officers like them, such as Mike Haggar and Cody Travers as they handle Metro City without a stain of corruption, and since Cody is now the Mayor of Metro City, not to mention his experience with Edi E., he can basically kick their asses if he wants to with no repercussions from the House of Justice.
    Tenpenny: We can shit on you from such a height, you'll think God himself has crapped on you. You understand?
    Cody: Oh I see, let's just see if you can handle that height when I'm done beating you up.
    • Hearing that someone was picked as a deity of corrupt policemen only terrified and angered Yusei as his city was swarming with such, to the point that his city's own justice system was screwed over. To hear his disappointment with the news is an understatement and has been avoiding the two, especially with the stories CJ has often brought up the two.
    • Then there is Big Band, a By-the-Book Cop who stayed loyal to the law who got a taste of corrupt policework but after he refused to take a bribe from some Medici goons he was promptly beaten up by his fellow police officers and left in such a state that he had to be turn into a Cyborg. Even with such fatal injury, his upholding of the law has become one of Tenpenny's annoyances as now he knows he and Pulaski won't be safe from his hunt for justice.
    • Both Sei Asagiri and Stella Hoshii, who were victims of a rogue White Knight have also expressed their disdain following the duo's ascension, even all those memories Stella remembers of said persongouging one of her eyes out, resulting in her robotic eye. While they were rescued by the transgressor's subordinate, that hasn't stopped her from getting security, and with the duo's presence, decided it would be best to bolster their security force just so that they would have adapt defense against them should they try to harass the two. Sei, a former White Knight herself, is even willing to team up with CJ to take Tenpenny and Pulaski down and wonder how could he even tolerate hanging out with them for such a long period of time.
  • While they may be cops, Tenpenny and Pulaski are seen as such to be a horrid example of such and being a corrupt one at that only worsens it, as he has less cop allies to back him up. Even one of the members of C.R.A.S.H, Officer Hernandez was a mole to rat them out, only for Tenpenny to beat him to death. Since then, he has been acting albeit worried and desperate to find some deities he can possibly influence.
    • Among those rogue cops he has been searching for was Manny Pardo. At first he thought he would be a viable asset until a dossier came up and revealed a nasty aspect of him. Turns out he is the Miami Mutilator, a serial killer so brutal and paranoiac, similar to Tenpenny, that the duo restrained him on a leash and even a straitjacket to calm him down. Even as a cop, he finds him as a nasty one, yet his brutality is something he finds useful in some aspect. If he wants to sow chaos or kill some people he obviously doesn't like, he can just let Manny loose but until then, he'll use him as a tool.
    • Another dossier was tossed in by Pulaski and was told of another corrupt cop, this time related to speed-based law. Hearing this, he invited Roscoe to his temple for a rundown on his unit and badge. While Roscoe was hesitant to join them, he remarked that he gets to catch CJ, and considering every GTA protagonist is on his watchlist for their violations on traffic law, he joined in hoping to catch a criminal he and Tenpenny are willing to work together on.
    • Finally, they ended up hitting jackpot with Brian Irons, a police chief from the Raccoon City Police Department who is potentially more twisted than Tenpenny and would love to ally with these two if it meant getting some of his power as Police Chief back. Ironically, even if Tenpenny is just a cop, he holds more influence than Irons since unlike him he wasn't lucky enough to be granted the authority of a police officer and while he certainly doesn't like being ordered around, Tenpenny finds his "odd" habits useful since he can easily blame it on some poor crook when he really wants to.
  • If there is one thing Tenpenny takes time to enjoy with is his love for drugs. Since drugs have been a massive staple in Los Santos and by extension, San Andreas, he has been asking for certain... contractors to supply him with the finest weed for him to try, though Pulaski isn't a fan of it (he will help him make deals with such so that sort of counts). Since then, he has two contracts accepted, both Walter White and The Son have been visiting him with some packages of some drugs he can use to trade and also to try out for himself, though he'll tell CJ to pay for the it considering he ratted out the Truth, one of his only source for such exotics.
  • Besides Roark, the two needed another powerful figure in the criminal underworld in order to keep their quota of power. Enter Diavolo, Don of the Passione gang and one of the most powerful mobsters in his country to the point that all branches of the italian society had someone from his group inplanted and the man was impossible to track down. He accepted working with the two since he needed more friends in the force that were willing to take a bribe or two and the two were perfect for that but he feels Tenpenny is too egocentric to trust in him so he confides more on Pulaski who is less bright but overall more loyal.
  • In the past they had some connections to the Russian Mafia that Carl had to be involved with and considering they share common enemies, it was very easy for both officers to strike a bargain with Dimitri Rascalov, a powerful Mafiya boss. While he is a notorious snake (not too different from Tenpenny mind you) he stills wants the head of Niko Bellic and he will do whatever he can to kill him for good, even if he has to ally with the pigs.
  • In a way, Tenpenny and Captain Holt are pretty similar with both being black police officers who act as the leader of their respective division but the similarities end there as Tenpenny and Holt couldn't be more different. For once Holt is a respectable figure who wants to do good and is abhorred that the pantheon allowed someone like Tenpenny to keep operating and the fact that his underling Pulaski keeps making both racist AND homophobic remarks at him constantly makes things pretty complicated. He's been trying to report them to internal affairs but he knows that is going to be hard considering Tenpenny is always one step ahead and trying to one up his competition.
    • Cole Phelps also is another fellow police officer who has come to despise the two, making his former partner Roy Earle feel like a nice person by comparison. He too joined Holt in the efforts to report the activities of these two to Internal Affairs and he is more willing to bring them to justice but that has only been either ignored or met with several attempts at his life. Phelps thinks that he would have to first get rid of the kingpins of crime before he can reliable take Tenpenny and Pulaski down.
    • While not a police officer, Norman Jayden is notably one of the biggest hurdles that the duo had to deal with as the FBI is no joke. Tenpenny is ten times worse that Carter Blake could ever be and the fact that Jayden has some important info about C.R.A.S.H. stored in his ARI glasses it has made the two desperate to get ahold of the glasses and either delete it or destroy the glasses entirely.
  • Even if the two have made deals to benefit each other, Big Smoke has made it clear that he only wanted the power the duo promised, and after seeing their lies, decided to haul his empire away from their grasp. Tenpenny has made it clear that without them, he would have been stuck being in a poor position, something he begrudgingly knew considering he was the one that struck the deal with them and brought Ryder in all for money and fame. That, or him calling him a fat fuck just angered him further
    Tenpenny: Ayy Smoke, keeping busy I hope.
    Big Smoke: MOTHERFUCKERS! That's my newspaper making y'all pay!
    Tenpenny: You fat fuck.
    Big Smoke: tssss I ain't fat, I'm big boned.
    Tenpenny: Don't bullshit on me Smoke.
    Pulaski: Yeah. Don't bullshit on him Smoke!
  • Tenpenny: "Now you get this straight. We own you. You're ours. We can shit on you from such a height, you'll think God himself has crapped on you. You understand?"
  • Pulaski: "I ain't such a fucking soft touch!"'

    Manny Pardo 
Manny Pardo, God of Murderous Cops (The Cop, The Detective, The Miami Mutilator)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His magnum and badge. Alternatively, the Phantom's Head.
  • Theme Song: Guided Meditation
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral on the surface, really a mix between Chaotic Neutral & Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Hard Boiled Detective, Badass Normal, Emphasis on gunplay in his levels, Cowboy Cop revealed to be Killer Cop, Glory Hound, Serial Killer, Attention Whore, Villain Protagonist, Name Ripped from the Headlines, Wild Card, "I was born with thick skin", Pride, The Paranoiac, Died via nuke
  • Domains: Detectives, Investigation, Attention, Sociopathy, Murder
  • Allies: None. He's that paranoid and untrustworthy.
  • Rivals: Other Serial Killers and Gunslingers
  • Enemies: The Son, Naoto Shirogane, Kyoko Kirigiri, Chie Satonaka, Makoto Niijima, Goro Akechi, Big Band, CJ, Big Smoke, Leon and Mathilda
  • Envies: Jacket
  • Distrusted by: The House of Crime and Transgressions and Justice (the former especially)
  • Avoids: Living dummies, Deities associated with nuclear weaponry
  • In the Pantheon there's always something going on. From the Pantheonic Wars to the general drama between its denizens, there's a lot to cover. Overshadowed by the absurd escapades are a spree of Mook killings which progressively get more gruesome, often with messages in bloody writing from the killer themselves talking about how a third party had forced them. One comment by a jaded if a bit arrogant detective noted the killings are "a hopeless cry for attention in a place that's weird as it can get". It wasn't until a victim was found completely eviscerated in a closed cell within the House of Justice that the authorities decided to take action. Members from the House of Slaughter claim responsibility which convinced some, but investigations continued. More followed soon after, one mutilation in the House of Food and another in the House of Travel, both within rooms that aren't broken into. The traits of the killer are as follows: Someone who craves attention and who is capable of tricking people into letting them in.
    • Looking over the facts, Kyoko Kirigiri connected it to the arrogant detective from before, who was suspiciously very interested in the mutilations. When looking over his history, this same detective was also notable for incompetency and misconduct along with gunning down gangsters occasionally. After bringing it up, authorities decided to try and track down this detective who was in the House of Crime and Transgressions, appearing to have been trying to hide. A shootout between the detective and the authorities would of followed soon after had not the Court of Gods intervened and decided to ascend the detective, for his actions a serial killer cop in here and back in '90s Miami. Manny Pardo aka the Miami Mutilator has ascended to the Pantheon.
      • Pardo revealed that he came to the Pantheon not long after the events that took place in Miami, which ended with his death via nuking after barricading his own home in fear of being found out by the police. After that, he simply blended in with the Pantheon's police force and laid low until now. The killings were done for attention, but while his crimes went unnoticed in Miami he got his wish within the Pantheon through deification.
  • Pardo's in a bit of a weird spot due to his deification: As a Killer Cop, he has a place within the House of Justice and the House of Crime. Much of the former's denizens really don't like him, considering him a disgrace to the badge but aren't willing to act unless he actually starts trouble. The latter doesn't consider him trustworthy either, since they know he's perfectly willing to off them if it means more fame and doesn't seem to be that type of corrupt officer. That said, Pardo sticks with gunning down criminals out of some paranoia of the more powerful deities here, as much as he doesn't show it.
    • Robocop and Commissioner Gordon have worked alongside him on occasion, though both men have little good to say about him. At the very least, that reputation of incompetency can disappear if given the chance, like storming into a hideout. But of course, Judge Dredd really doesn't like him. The fact that Pardo, of all people, has a place here really didn't sit well for the Judge.
      "Not my fault you take so long to do your jobs. The Pantheon's just like Miami at the end of the day, so you have to act fast."
    • Kirigiri, Chie, and Naoto outright voice their enmity towards the Detective with the latter being reminded of Adachi's actions (Adachi himself doesn't pay the Mutilator any mind, though). Pardo isn't exactly fond of the Former Ultimate Detective either considering he ruined his plots prior to ascension and considers Chie and Naoto a nuisance.
      "I'm not your receptionist. If you have a problem, take it to the Protectors of Justice or the Court of Gods. It saves us both the trouble. Now get out of my face."
    • That said, he watches his tongue around Makoto Niijima and Goro Akechi since both are perfectly capable of dealing with him through the Metaverse whether it's a Change of Heart or a Mental Shutdown. He just needs to divert the heat off of him somehow. Shouldn't be too hard, there's a lot of opportunities in this place. All he has to do is let them meet with some vile deity out here and watch from there.
    • Considering Big Band almost got wasted by corrupt cops, he has nothing good to say about him either, though Manny clarified that at least he's more likely to gun down criminals than work with them. There was some indication he wanted to do something about the return of The Mafiya had the Son not get high off his own product and destroy his gang and then himself. He'd sooner drop dead than be some thug's confidant.
    • As someone who's all to familiar with corrupt cops given his experience with C.R.A.S.H., CJ has no sympathies for Pardo, and will not hesitate to cap him should he get the chance. The Detective just sees him as another punk, and ignores him should he stay out of his way.
  • Why commit those murders for attention? Well, besides that it stems of envy from the Masked Killings or being cohered into doing so by "them", there really isn't a shown motive as to why. For context, Richard, an entity that's shown to be very analytical of any situation he's presented with, doesn't know why he did what he did. Manny has no intention of revealing anything. If it keeps a spotlight on him, he is under no obligation to put this mystery to bed.
    • And speaking of "them", he avoids the Nestene Consciousness like the plague as well as any other dummy in the Pantheon. Doesn't matter who they are, he stays away. Similarly, he avoids those associated with nuclear weaponry, or things similar to that. Though he's not necessarily a target that could warrant such wrath.
  • Has a dim view on those who'd crave attention at all costs as Tony found out the hard way, being gunned down despite surrendering. Pretty rich coming from a guy who desperately wanted for his case to be newsworthy, which everyone brings up a lot, and it doesn't help he sometimes badgers the members of the House of Investigative Work to write about him. But don't expect him to admit to those flaws anytime soon. He's not on good terms with Big Smoke because of this, having fell to his own ambitions back in San Andreas.
    "It's no surprise that's what happens to thugs like you. You never learn..."
    • Regarding those individuals imitating him and his Attention Whore tendencies, though, he pays them no mind. Not even their insistence that he's still out to "catch" the Miami Mutilator. Some even go as far to say that all of the events back in his world went something like this. Aside from that reminder of him being nuked, he took it pretty well.
  • Have instantly got on bad terms with Leon and Mathilda, whose whole story owes to a corrupt cop who killed her family. Given Leon is an outlaw, Manny would personally enjoy gunning him and Mathilda down, both for the glory of taking down such a powerful assassin and his little apprentice and to avenge Stansfield, who'd be one of his followers.
  • "Been a stressful day. You wouldn't believe what they have me doing..."

    Miko Miyazaki 
Miko Miyazaki, Goddess of Lawful Stupidity (Samurai of the Sapphire Guard, Loyal Vassal of Lord Shojo, Daughter of Eyko, and Paladin of the Twelve Gods of the South, Ethnocentric Bitch)
  • Demigoddess (Lesser Goddess before losing her powers).
  • Symbol: Crossed katanas over a Sapphire Guard cape
  • Alignment: Lawful Stupid
  • Portfolio: Lawful Stupidity, Knights Templar, Single-Minded Devotion, Upholding The Letter Of The Law At All Costs, Heavily Divided Opinions, Well Done Death Scenes, Millstones.
  • Domains: Law, Inquisition, Falling.
  • Herald: Windstriker (her horse)
  • High Priest: Lord Shimura
  • Allies: Inspector Javert, Gilligan.
  • Friendly Rivals With: LEEROY JENKINS!!!
  • Opposes: Xykon, Redcloak, Sheogorath, Jean Valjean
  • Opposed by: The Order of the Stick
  • Annoys: Artix Von Krieger, Cecil Harvey
  • Pitied by: Durkon Thundershield, Sasuke Uchiha
  • There has been few people in the Pantheon who are more polarized about her than Miko Miyazaki. In a world where most characters have support from a good number of deities in the Pantheon, Miko has had the opposite reaction. Many in the House of Heroes and villains have despised her. She had a similar reaction with most of the Order of the Stick as well. All of this was because of her insistence that all crimes should be punished with severe prejudice. Her recklessness led to her fall from grace from paladinhood. Even her Dying Moment of Awesome was tainted somewhat by the fact that her actions allowed Xykon and Redcloak to escape. Indeed, her deity decided against redeeming her in the end. And yet despite all of that she endured. The reason being is that her creator made her specifically as a criticism of paladins who adhere to seriously to their code. As such, she still maintains a small amount of supporters for her sheer determination to bring any lawbreaker to justice.
    • Due to her relentless devotion to chasing down criminals, Judge Dredd often assigns her duties to track and bring back anyone in need of arresting. Several deities there comment that he likely gives her so many missions just to make sure she spends as little time in the House of Justice as possible.
    • The only true ally she has in that House if Javert himself. He sees her determination as an asset and often accompanies her in issuing arrests. He does have issues with her blunt style of combat as even he sees the benefit of subtle sabotage. He hopes that by tuning her skills, the two of them can return to the good graces of the House of Justice.
    • Of course, siding with Javert means Jean Valjean has one more figure of authority to run away from In some cases Miko is even worse as not only is she stronger than Javert, but she is even less forgiving. It is here where she and Javert have the biggest contrast. Javert would rather have the justice system decide his fate while Miko would rather have his fate decided by her own hands.
  • Holds the rare distinction of being disliked at best from virtually every other deity in her world. Chaotic deities Haley and Belkar hated her almost from the start and even V and Elan couldn't stand her for long. Roy initially took a liking for her, but his opinion soured on her with enough time. The only member of the Order of the Stick who doesn't outright hate her is Durkon. He had been one of her only supporters of the group for a good amount of time and hopes that Miko could eventually see the error of her ways and earn her redemption. Sadly, this would like require that she gives up her title which she had no plans of doing any time soon.
    • Epic villain or not, Miko has constantly marched over to the temple of Xykon to smite him. The lich merely laughed at the ex-paladin's attempts as he fried her with Meteor Swarm. Redcloak has taken her more seriously and keeps track of her to see when she decided to strike at them next. He had hoped that his his own verbal beatdown on her would have discouraged her from fighting, but he could only hope for so much from sanctimonious humans.
  • She took up the challenge to be the one true rival to her chaotic equivalent Leeroy Jenkins. Unlike most other deities, Leeroy has to problems tussling with the ex-paladin when the time comes. Many have pointed out the irony of two self-proclaimed 'paladins' exchanging blows. Leeroy eventually grew out of that role due to his enduring nature, yet Miko continues to challenge the warrior out of instinct.
  • Has been the subject of multiple attempts by the GUAG Psychological division to cure her Black-and-White Insanity. They have reported some success, but say progress will take time.
  • Given her personality, she has a surprisingly non-antagonistic relationship with Virgil, though it's largely because they only ever deal with each other professionally and her seeing him as a non-plot relevant NPC with no history of mattress tag abuse.
  • She has constantly tried to appeal her fall from grace to Atrix. The God of Paladins has long since ignored her pleas. Miko's how is an example of many paladins who here flung astray, putting their adverance to such an absurd degree as to alienate everyone around them. He wants nothing to do with a group that gives paladins a bad name.
    • Cecil may not hold any rank for his paladinship, but his feelings for Miko are the same. He felt that she would likely have cut him down before giving him a chance to redeem himself as a paladin.
  • There was one time when Miko thought the Twelve Gods had returned to bring back her paladin powers. Things appeared to have been back to normal... for only one day before her smiting powers failed her. Confronting the group, she watched in horror as they transformed into one being. The Mad God Sheogorath has just wanted to have fun messing with her mind by making her think she was a paladin again. Miko swore to take him under arrest, but doing so would be a tall order given their power differences.
  • Is no doubt one of the most polarizing characters in history. Many people hate her as much as most of the Order does. Others felt that such a restricting background was to blame for her strict adherance to the law. And there are a few who actually like here. And then there's Sasuke who has nothing but pity for the woman, even when his attempts to connect with her were met with attempts to smite him where he stood. He hopes that she may find a proper fanbase for her followers some day.