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    The Master 
Koschei, God Of Villains Named "The Master" (The Master, Tremas, John Smith, Bruce, Professor Yana, Harold Saxon, Missy, The Mistress, Death's Champion, Agent O)
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Some of his many incarnations

    Stephen King 
Stephen Edwin King, The Literary God Who Is Billed Above the Title and Having Little Control Over The Plot (Richard Bachman, John Swithen)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Any book cover with his name front-and-center
  • Theme Song: Stiff Upper Lip by AC/DC (one of King's favorites)
  • Alignment: ...it varies with him
  • Portfolios:
  • Domains: Literature, Horror, Supernatural, Science Fiction, Fantasy, Films Adapted From His Books, New England Authors
  • Heralds: Joe Hill and Owen King (his sons)
  • Followers: Peter Straub, Dean Koontz, John Grisham
  • Underlings Include: Annie Wilkes, Pennywise the Dancing Clown/IT, Carrie White (his first creation), Randall Flagg, Roland Deschain, Jack Torrance
  • Honorary Membership In: The House of the Undead
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: George RR Martin, J.K. Rowling, Stephen King
  • Annoyed By: The Nostalgia Critic
  • Enemies: Nathan Drake (due to creating Pennywise the Clown)
  • Stephen King was beside himself when he discovered that J.R.R. Tolkien, Rod Serling, and H.P. Lovecraft were the ones who successfully petitioned for his ascension into the Pantheon, the deities in question having found out that the usually-snarky King drew inspiration from their works, and after reading some of King's novels, were wholly impressed with his work.
  • Annie Wilkes, the antagonist of Misery vowed to hogtie her creator to the bed and cripple him with her sledgehammer in such a way that even Shao Kahn and Robert Baratheon squeamish until he penned a book detailing the return of her favorite character, Misery Chastain. Only the threat of being sent screaming to Lovecraft's Old Gods made Annie relent. Not even Flagg nor Pennywise would be that stupid to go against their creator.
  • Johnny Cage and Fei Long both are fans of King's work, and seek to adapt one of his novels to the big screen; Johnny wanting to remake The Stand whereas Fei wants to co-star with Pai Chan on Needful Things. In fact, Johnny's namesake fatality (Here's Johnny!) is a homage to The Shining, and by extension, King himself.
  • The Joker has a minor connection with King, as he shows up in a parody of The Shawshank Redemption.
  • For all the acclaim earned by Stanley Kubrick's adaptation of The Shining, King resents it given it strays away from the source material. Both avoid each other's shrines as a result
  • Calypso is a big fan of King's work, with Needful Things as his favorite, given as to how he can relate to the novel's antagonist, Leland Gaunt. After King autographed Calypso's copy of the novel, Calypso promises one free wish to King...with the added bonus of not screwing him over the moment King cashes in on that request.
  • While his wife and daughter loves his novels, Nathan Drake hates the guy solely because of that gods-be-damned clown. Whenever Pennywise is within distance, Nathan's coulrophobia kicks into overdrive. The same can be said for Tallahassee's chief herald, who also had a fear of clowns before Pennywise appeared.
  • Has honorary membership in the House of Undead, due to Pet Sematery being the favorite novel. So much so that they adopted "Dead is better!" as their unofficial motto.
  • King is also a former addict, having been clean of drugs and booze for many years. It's a well-known fact that whilst directing Maximum Overdrive, he was high on cocaine.
  • Both he and Edgar Allan Poe had disagreed on a past issue, to which they decided to settle their differences in a rap battle. While King called Poe out on his opium addiction (forgetting about his own substance problems in the past), even King was creeped out by Poe perving on his 14-year-old cousin.
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    Uther the Lightbringer 
Uther the Lightbringer, God of Cool-Sounding Surnames (Uther Lightbringer, The Lightbringer, Lord Uther, Sir Uther, the First paladin, Grand Master of the Silver Hand, Uther the Painbringer, Arthur Light, The Paladin, Riddledin, Christmas Tree Paladin and variants of "X" Paladin, Uther of the Ebon Blade)
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Uther of the Ebon Blade 
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Trusty Hammer and a book he always carries
  • Theme Song: JUSTICE
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: The first Paladin in existance, A Father to His Men, The most powerful member of the Silver Hand and The Grand Master of it, Cool Old Guy, Hammer Wielder, Healing Hands, Honorable person, Knight in Shining Armor, Light 'em Up, Magic Paladin, Noble Bigot, One of the oldest members of the Alliance, Killed Off for Real
  • Domains: Light, War, Justice, Cool sounding Titles
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Hercules
  • Enemies: Arthas Menethil (His former Protégé), Kel'thuzad, Deathwing, Nefarian, Gul'dan, Garrosh Hellscream, Diablo, Leoric, Chernabog, Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka, Kano, Melkor, Lucifer, YHVH, Satan, Mard Geer Tartaros
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Thrall, Vol'jin, Lor'themar Theron, Baine Bloodhoof, Grommash Hellscream, Illidan Stormrage, Sylvanas Windrunner, Kael'thas Sunstrider
  • Mentor to: Sayaka Miki, Orihime Inoue, Asia Argento, Wendy Marvell, Josuke Higashikata, Yoshika Miyafuji, Lucina, Jaune Arc, Audino, Leeroy Jenkins (The last one is a little complicated.)
  • Conflicting Opinion: Genn Greymane
  • Lord Uther the Lightbringer was the first Paladin to grace Azeroth, and one of the most powerful of his time. Formerly the High priest of Artix Von Krieger, he eventually managed to get a spot in the Pantheon as the god of Cool-Sounding Surnames.
    • The ascension of Uther was a sight to behold. It started with a giant Golden Light that fell on the Pantheon. Outside of it came Uther, ready to bring some justice to the Pantheon and uttering one of his more known Quotes:
    Well Met!
  • Acts like a big force of influence and hope for most of the GUAG that even the likes of Cosmos, Artix, and even Madoka admire him for it. Uther is very grateful for this kind of treatment, but insists that he shouldn't be put on a pedestal.
  • Believe or not, he is an author. One of his most famous works is The Book "The Light and How to Swing it". Many Theorize that's the book he always carries. His explanation?
    " My church is the field of battle, I mean why do you think I always carry this book around? My health?"
  • When she heard of an Uther having recently ascended, Arturia had mistakenly believed that his father, Uther Pendragon, has found her way into the Pantheon. She was confused when she met Uther, and then dissapointed that he wasn't her father. They became good friends since, but she can't help but see some kind of Father figure in the Paladin.
  • Uther has since taken the job of instructing newcomers on how the Pantheon works and usually teaches them how to properly behave in here. Apparently, he's also done this in the Nexus, where he taught Jim Raynor the rules of that place. He usually tells people not to think too hard about how things work in the Pantheon as they usually don't make much sense.
    • In adittion to that, he also took it upon himself to teach others about the Light and train them to become extraordinary Paladins. So far, he has taken under his wing a couple of the young healers And priests to improve their skills, and he is planning to induct them to the New Order of The Silver Hand.
      • He tries to be more rigorous and strict with his pupils because he doesn't want them to end up like a certain Lich King.
    • One paladin he denied training, however, is Leeroy Jenkins. Uther can only look at him in disbelief for a moment before starting a rant about how "Back in my day, patience and forethought was an essential part of being a Paladin" and how Leeroy is a liability on any battlefield. He's offered to retrain Leeroy, but so far, the reckless youngster is having none of it.
  • Is in no way related with Lucifer, given he is also named "The Lightbringer". He doesn't want to be asociated with such a despicable being like the Morningstar.
    • On the other hand, he gets along pretty well with his son Luka and is actually impressed with his skills. Uther is planning to make him his next personal protégé, but this time he will be much more careful with him, since he doesn't want to repeat what happenned with Arthas, given Luka's dark powers. Luka promised Lord Uther that he will always be loyal to him.
  • Altough they say they reformed from his savage days, he still doesn't trust the members of the Horde, especially the Orcs. He keeps an eye on them if they even try to do anything funny, but Jaina and Thrall are trying to convince Uther that the old conflicts of the second War are over. Still, it won't be easy to convice Uther when there are certain Evil Orcs running around, like Ghazghkull Mag Uruk Thraka or Gul'dan.
    "Adding 'new' to the Horde's name doesn't absolve you for your sins, you know"
    • On the other Hand, he isn't much better with the blood elves especially after hearing a certain rumor…
    "By the way, a little bronze dragon told me about what you blood elves are planning to do to my grave. I'm not thrilled about it."
  • His opinion on the Blood Elves wasn't helped by the fact that they imprisoned and tortured a Naaru to forcibly gain Light blessed powers. Only the fact that M'uru willingly let them capture him to redeem them holds back the Paladin's hammer.
  • Is not too very happy of the evolution of his home franchise, saying that the games were much more enjoyable before.
    "What the? What happened to that silver hand in the sky? Seriously, Order of the Weird Space Triangle doesn't have nearly the same ring to it."
    • But, he does enjoy this card game that everyone seem to be playing right now. It's actually one of the few times when he can get on with an orc without any problems, but people say that he is too secretive with his decks lately. And he is even training Murlocs to be his personal minions!
    • It was said that despite serving the lights, Uther also has a wide array of secrets. While most of them are pretty normal or even bad, they can be extremely lethal and powerful from the call of a Mysterious Challenger (Who are we talking about? None of your bussiness).
      • It got to the point that people started calling Uther, "Christmas Tree", given on how he can summon a lot of secrets at once, as Rexxar can attest to.
  • He is surprised to hear that many gods around the Pantheon sound suspiciously like him. That's why he befriended fellow hero CAPTAIN GORDON, DEFENDER OF EARTH! for their great sense of Justice. On the other hand, he is disgusted with other people who sound like him, particularly the treacherous Kano.
  • Even if they're allies Johanna the Crusader doesn't see paladins fondly because in her home crusaders are pretty much an upgrade to paladins so they don't get corrupted to evil, and with realms like that of her home it's easy to corrupt Paladins, so they went through utter hardships. Uther's reply?
    "Please, i was swinging the light while you were in short pants"
  • Many are astonished to find others in the Nexus very similar to Uther in appearance, one of which name Arthur Light who happens to be a Lumberjack. Well of course, He's a Lumberjack and he's OK.
    • A Terran backup medic using advanced technology with similar abilities to Uther has also been seen.
  • For someone who claims to be a herald of the Light, he considers YHVH a disgrace to it. It's so bad he's willing to cooperate with fellow Orcs and Demons if he ever threatens the Pantheon.
  • In the ocurrance that Uther is killed in action, his spirit will emerge from his body and start healing allies before he passes on. However, the Pantheon doesn't have the same rules as The Nexus, so he's trying to work around this problems.
  • Because he was killed pretty soon after Arthas's rise as a Death Knight, he did miss quite of the important events in his homeland. Namely, The Alliance being a much bigger and diverse force and how some of his people ended up. Altough he isn't particularly Happy about how the young and peaceful Jaina Proudmoore ended up becoming a Shadow of herself or how his long time friend and fellow paladin Bolvar Fordragon became the new Lich King after Arthas' demise.
    • As does the return of Turalyon, but it's more or less rather sad that he didn't live to see his friend's return, along with his wife Alleria. That's why when he greeted them in the gates of the Pantheon, Uther made sure to treasure that moment for good.
  • He was actually impressed with Arthur of Nohr, he never thought that someone who failed the test of Paladins due to unnatural bad luck, has the bombastic makings like Leeroy Jenkins, would actually be very insightful about justice and knows the subtle difference between it and vengeance, which was the basis why he and most humans around his era still hate Orcs. While Uther's distaste to Orcs would prove harder to cleanse, he took the talk with Arthur with utmost attention.
  • There are tales of a universe where Uther gave up on the Light and became a servant of the Lich King in order to exact Justice on both Jaina and Arthas for the culling of Stratholme. It's unclear what happened in their confrontation, but this Uther was more of an Anti-Villain compared to the other Death Knights and after potentially taking over the role of the Lich King, Uther would only punish the wicked in death as their Judge, Jury, and Executioner, a similar role that his friend Bolvar took.
  • "The Light abandons no man!"

Lesser Gods

    The Aquabats! 
The Aquabats!, Gods of the Excited Show Title! (Current lineup: MC Batcommander, Crash McLarson. Ricky Fitness, Eaglebones Falconhawk, Jimmy the Robot)
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    Oriko Mikuni 
Oriko Mikuni, Titular Antagonist Goddess
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her danmaku-like spheres with her bucket hat.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral (Lawful Evil in Oriko Magica)
  • Portfolio: Not Being the Protagonist In the Cover But the Villain, Extremist Anti Villains, Seers, Evil White Haired Girl In White, The Chessmaster, Canon Foreigner, Shameful Priviledged Past, Absolutely Necessary Actions... Or so She said at First, Being Nicer in Alternate Timelines, Oracle Ray!, Tea Drinkers, Nice Magical Girl Costume and Hat, Killing Madoka and Regretting it Later
  • Domains: Narrative, Order, Predictions, Extremism, Light, Alternate Timelines, Ambiguity, Law
  • Herald: Kirika Kure
  • Allies: Eliphas, Toyosatomimi no Miko, Takuma "Sartorius" Saiou, Lord Dome, Yuma Tsukumo, Kiritsugu Emiya, Gabriel Angelos, Marneus Augus Calgar, Kaito "Kite" Tenjo, Bruno/Johnny, The Batter
  • Rivals: Nagisa Misumi/Cure Black and Honoka Yukishiro/Cure White (especially the latter), Nico Kanna
  • Not So Different: Harpuia
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Madoka Kaname (and all those alined with her), Eiki Shiki, Vulkan (Primarch), Sangunius, Leman Russ
  • Conflicting Relationships: The Other Puella Magi
  • Enemies: Homura Akemi, Lucifer and his Grand United Alliance of Chaos, YHVH, Metatron, the more evil members of the Grand United Alliance of Law
  • Ascended some time after the events of Puella Magi Oriko Magica, when she was lectured for a looooong time by Eiki Shiki (Some say it lasted a whole day) who had to admit she did have some potential to be part of the Pantheon. Her actions won't be forgotten and as such her goddess title will forever be a reminder of that.
    • It helps that it is very easy to assume the title character refers to the girl on the first volume's cover. Or that it refers to a hero. Oriko was neither.
  • She was quickly recruited by Eliphas into the Astral Army, who was the one who most looked forward for her ascension. She sees it as a good chance to clear up her record and because she sees the current state of the GUAL as deplorable.
  • She is the complete opposite of Homura Akemi. If Homura believes the world should be sacrificed for the sake of Madoka, Oriko belived that Madoka should be sacrificed for the sake of the world. As such, they don't get along. Homura still hates her for trying to kill Madoka and succeding and Oriko sees her as an horribly selfish person. Even though the loss of Madoka's powers means Oriko's no longer trying to kill her, she now battles Homura for a different reason: future visions have revealed to Oriko the results of a GUAC victory, and she's determined to make sure it doesn't happen.
    • Though she wasn't the one who predicted the Great Upheaval, so she would rather have her followers stop saying "Oriko was right!"
    • Those who are personally allied with Madoka are also against Oriko for the same reasons as Homura: the still view her as a threat towards Madoka after learning what she did. Gabriel Belmont has even warned her not to go anywhere near Madoka, otherwise the consequences will be so swift that not even her visions will save her.
  • Obviously, her relationship with the other Puella Magi is severely strained. She prefers to avoid them because of this. Though Madoka (Not surprisingly) has been seen trying to patch this up.
  • Due to the constant disagreement between her and Homura's followers, she gained the sympathy of Lord Dome, who understands very well her situation. The Dome Pokemon thinks she has a good grasp of democracy for thinking for the best of the majority (though he does believe she should have asked them first) and has given her his support.
  • It's unknown whether she could do Bullet Hell with her spheres, which are based on design on the danmaku.
    • Though she has become friends with one half of the Dueling Messiahs duo, Toyosatomimi no Miko, regardless of whether or not she can do it.
    • It should be noted that it has been discovered there's a thing she can do well with her spheres: Shooting Frickin' Laser Beams.
  • She often has disagreements of philosophies with several other Magical Girls but especially the first Pretty Cure duo, who see her and her partner Kirika as dark mirrors of themselves. They can often be found fighting for this reason (Even if Kirika is still non-ascended).
    • The same thing happened with Nico Kanna. However, in her case it would be more of a disagreement of which story is better: Oriko's or Nico's.
  • She really thought that Yuma had ascended before her and was disappointed to find out this wasn't the case. Though she really appreciated that Tsukumo didn't judge for her backgrounds or actions and was nice to her, so he's fine for her.
    • They will have to work together due to their mutual alliance to Eliphas anyways, so she feels it's better she really can't complain about him.
  • Her feelings regarding Kiritsugu Emiya were ambivalent after she heard that Homura Akemi was based on him but then she was told that he has a certain characteristic that Homura lacks. She seems to like him a little better because of this. Though she still fears him a little because of his Magus Killer reputation.
    • In the other hand, Kiritsugu only commented about Oriko that "Her heart was in the right place, but she escalated her actions too quickly".
  • When word broke out about the "Middle School Incident" Vulkan and Leman Russ got about as angry as their respective chapters did over the "Marines Malevolent" and "1st Armageddon War" incidents. Due to the tradtional close ties of camraderie between the Salamanders and Blood Angels, Sangunius cast his lot with Vulkan on this issue. Fortunately for Oriko, Marenus Calgar being the leader of a chapter many Adeptes Astartes look up to as a "trusted wise brother" was able to calm them down.
    • Calgar lectured her about being more calm and re-evaluting her options before resorting to drastic measure. Seeing the error of her previous ways, Oriko can be seen asking the veteran general for advice when she has to make a difficult decision.
    • Gabriel Angelos can sympatheize with her, having himself being stuck in a situation where he was forced to resort to drastic measures because he couldn't arrive in time. He gave Oriko a long lecture about how she was way too quick to resort to extreme measures. However, it was not to tear her down, but to help her improve herself. The lecture did teach her something very important. The cleanest way to solve a crisis is to identify the truth behind it and a good solution to it early before it escalates out of control.
  • She's read Crime and Punishment multiple times since she was little, and sees herself in Raskolnikov.

    Seattle, New Jersey Residents 
The Seattle, New Jersey Residentsmembers , Collective of Shows with Renamed Seasons
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Carl, Frylock, Shake, Meatwad
  • Lesser God (Frylock); Demigods (Shake and Meatwad); Quasideity (Carl)
  • Symbol: The ATHF Logo
  • Theme Music: Aqua Teen Hunger Force (Remix); Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1; Aqua Something You Know Whatever; Aqua TV Show Show; Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral bordering on Neutral Evil, with some Chaotic Stupid (Shake); Lawful Neutral (Frylock); Stupid Neutral (Meatwad); True Neutral/Chaotic Neutral (Carl)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Weirdness, Neighbors
  • One-Sided Rivalry towards: Other casanovas (Carl only)
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Eric Cartman (Shake only)
  • Annoyed at: The Cup Bros. (Shake only)
  • Other Relations: Ghost Planet Crew
  • In the town of Seattle, New Jersey (or just Seattle...or maybe just somewhere in New Jersey; it doesn't matter), there lives four weirdos who have a bunch of misadventures over random things. Three of those weirdos are talking food and the other one is a fat loser who lives next door to the food. Their mishaps have went through many different names, from "Aqua Teen Hunger Force" to "Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1" to "Aqua Something You Know Whatever" to "Aqua TV Show Show" to "Aqua Teen Hunger Force Forever". Some witnesses are free to call those adventures whatever they want. Regardless of the name, one thing's for certain: there's going to be a lot of craziness, chaos, and calamity involved with the four of them.
  • Their arrival in the Pantheon was something none of them really anticipated. It all started when they received a letter from an anonymous source claiming that they won the lottery. Meatwad seemed to easily believe it, but Frylock was highly skeptical about the credibility of the letter. Carl, who was visiting the Aqua Teens at the time, felt that he could do something with the potential "money", but Master Shake took the letter and attempted to claim the prize for himself. However, just when he was about to step outside, both houses that the weirdos usually live in exploded and they got knocked out unconscious in the midst of it, though they somehow weren't harmed by it.
    • Some time later, Frylock managed to find another letter and upon opening that, it said "I lied. You're all gods now". Shake somehow ended up very upset that the promised money wasn't real and attempted to find the person that sent the letter. As soon as he stepped outside his house, he was greeted by a mysterious figure who claimed that Shake and his friends were chosen to become gods of what's known as the Pantheon. Shake had a hard time believing anything that's said from it, insisting that where they're at isn't a "Pantheon". The figure claimed that the houses that Shake and co. lived at were mysteriously teleported upon their godhood, but Shake continued to argue with the figure. It got to a point where the figure got fed up with Shake and left. Shake then went after him, but the search didn't last much longer so to say. Frylock correctly assumed such a thing a few minutes after Shake's conversation with the figure ended. All this was just their first day in the Pantheon.
  • Back then, the Aqua Teens were some sort of detective agency (if it can even be called that) that investigates any sort of weird thing that happens close to them. Nowadays, they don't do that kind of thing anymore and any weird thing that happens related to them either comes to them or is even caused by them. Not that it stops Shake from claiming to the House of Profession that he, alongside Frylock and Meatwad, still solve mysteries despite Frylock saying otherwise to Shake. A lot of other detectives are under the impression that trying to meet up with the Aqua Teens and their neighbor will be nothing more than a total waste of time.
  • For no reason whatsoever, any object that the Aqua Teens touch and throw (or are in range of Frylock's eye lasers) end up exploding in a burst of flames of varying sizes upon hitting the ground (or if the lasers hit them). That includes the TV they own, the chair they have, and even stuff that wouldn't even make sense for it to explode. Michael Bay ended up getting interested in it and followed the group around for a bit to see how much explosions could occur as a result of tossed items. Frylock later found out about it, got really annoyed, and fired his laser beam eyes at Michael's camera, causing it to blow up. Frylock then told him that for the time being, they're not interested in having another movie about them made, despite Shake claiming that Michael Bay is the key to getting such a thing made.
  • None of the Aqua Teens look like what they do originally if Space Ghost is any indication. He ended up putting up with an anthropomorphic drink, fries, and a meatball back then and is still kind of annoyed about it. For some unknown reason, Shake and the others ended up being guests on Space Ghost's show much to the latter's chagrin and spent a good chunk of their interview claiming that they're like the aforementioned food items from a long time ago. Despite Frylock trying to tell Space Ghost otherwise, the interview devolved into mayhem. Carl was only able to talk to Moltar for a bit and Meatwad ended up being a bit confused about the whole thing and made random comments during awkward moments of silence.
  • Master Shake is the self-proclaimed leader of the Aqua Teens...emphasis on the "self-proclaimed" part as he is extremely self-absorbed. He's very unpleasant to put it mildly, takes advantage of Meatwad's stupidity, and constantly argues over incredibly petty things. If it weren't obvious by now, Shake is simply not that smart of a being despite his claims and more than once has he died as a result of his hubris. It's honestly amazing how he never manages to learn from any of mistakes, let alone his self-caused deaths.
    • Plenty of people have wanted to find out what would happen if Shake had an encounter with Eric Cartman, just to see what kind of hijinx unfold between two selfish sociopaths. Their first meeting resulted in Cartman and Shake switching places as temporary members of the others' circle of "acquaintances" for a day as part of a bet. Thing that normally happened between their groups ended up being more chaotic than normal because of the switch. Cartman and Eric's antagonism towards each other became worse as a result of the bet and both often come up with ways to screw over the other whenever possible.
    • Cuphead and Mugman became very intrigued upon finding someone who happened to be another living drinking accessory. With a name like Shake, the two were thinking about what Shake could look like, but were very surprised to find out that Shake's appearance was literally a milkshake cup with arms and not a cup with arms, limbs, and legs. Shake's cruel and caustic attitude was an even bigger surprise for the Cup Bros. to the point they thought Shake had signed a contract with a devil for something, except that accusation made Shake even more annoyed. After getting pelted at by the Cup Bros' projectiles to see if a contract would come out of him, Shake snapped and told them to get out. While the Cup Bros do believe somewhat that there might be something later on to let them have a more pleasant meeting with Shake even if no contract was involved, he wants nothing to do at all with the two.
  • Frylock is the closest thing the group has to having a sane member and even then, he definitely isn't immune to the jackassery that's prevalent around him. He designs a lot of weird machinery which sooner or later goes wrong and is able to fire lasers out of his eyes. Whenever Frylock's patience with others (mostly Shake) runs out, there's going to be more trouble in addition to whatever's happening.
    • Some of his spare time is spent visiting the House of Technology, looking at some of the various machinery they have to get some ideas for his inventions. Some of the more caustic visitors to that house have made fun of Frylock over how despite supposedly being the most calm of a bunch of crazies, he can't do much right, especially in regards to inventions and what Shake and Meatwad do with them.
    • He managed to find some steady friends in the form of others who have to put up with a bunch of insanity while trying to keep a cool head. Stan Marsh is a frequent conversation buddy of Frylock given that he has to deal with a callous jerk almost all the time much like Frylock's predicaments, especially given what happened with the whole bet between Cartman and Shake from prior. Frylock did admit to Stan and the other level-headed friends that trying to be rational is a lot easier said than done.
  • Of the group, Meatwad has the most childlike demeanor of them all, in addition to having an airheaded attitude. As his name would imply, he's a rolling, talking meatball with extremely limited shapeshifting capabilities. Meatwad tends to be victim of Shake's shenanigans, but there have been instances of Meatwad getting back at Shake in an equally cruel way.
    • Meatwad likes to play around with an empty toilet paper tube, an apple, and a box, envisioning those "toys" as friends of some kind. He was excited about a handful of other toys in the Pantheon and wanted to see them so that they could hang out with his "friends". He ended up encountering Woody and Buzz Lightyear and introduced them to his "friends". Unsurprisingly, the two didn't really understand what Meatwad was talking about in regards to his toys. Meatwad then told them that he did have a couple of instances of a meeting a living toy, albeit one that didn't go over all that well. Woody and Buzz then told him about Lotso, a really bad toy that's best to be left alone.
    • Him being very slow-witted means that anyone looking to take advantage of someone else will find him to be an easy target. Despite that, there have been some instances of Meatwad getting the better of whoever is currently abusing him in a way that's similar to Shake's shenanigans towards him.
  • Carl Brutananadilewski is the sole human of these misfits and practically the unluckiest of them all. Living next door to the living food items, Carl sees himself as a big shot despite being a fat loser with little in the way of meaningful progress. Carl initially didn't want much to do with his neighbors, but very slowly came to at the very least, tolerate them over time.
    • Whenever football season comes around, Carl visits the House of Sports and makes some short videos there weighing in what football-related events. Despite his best efforts, he's never really had a chance to co-commentate football matches with John Madden, mostly because Carl's attitude would end up alienating football viewers.
    • To put it lightly, Carl is a pronounced pervert and has made multiple trips to the House of Love to see if he could score some hot ladies over there (and some of his attempts don't occur at that place as well). Given how unlucky he is, Carl has never been able to hook up with a girl successfully and if he does manage to get a girl with him, there's a very strong chance that the girl in question does not look attractive in the least, something that even other wannabe casanovas in the Pantheon find eyebrow-raising.
    • Carl has had a history of having his car be vandalized or destroyed in multiple ways. One time, some mischief makers took off with one of his car's tires and he tried looking for it. He ended up finding a tire at an odd place, thinking that it was for his car and put it there. Some time later, he got frustrated that the tire disappeared for no reason and it was only after he turned on his TV that he discovered that the car tire was living and on a rampage, prompting a facepalm from Carl.
  • In addition to Carl's football-related ramblings, the House of Sports also holds a really weird golf competition devised by the Aqua Teens (or more accurately, it was Shake's ideas and he made the others go along with it). This particular take involves golfing on really strange courses and fighting a bunch of enemies to get to the golf ball, as well as defeating something else before putting the ball. And then there's the addition of racing around a golf course with its own set of challenges. Shake believes that this particular take on golf will make the game far more interesting and unpredictable, but plenty of others are very skeptical about what's been described especially considering that Mario has his own fantastical golf tournaments that are more manageable than what Shake has, much to his irritation.
  • A much rougher instance of Meatwad and toys happened when Shake saw some strange-looking teddy bears and tried to bring them over to Meatwad to trick him into thinking he'd get more "friends" for his toys. Of course, Shake didn't know that he was bringing in SCP-1048 over and that plenty of trouble ensued. Meatwad didn't even know that SCP-1048 would be deadly since it wasn't doing anything when he was initially introducing it to his friends. Then again, all this ended with Shake getting what's coming to him and Frylock just getting annoyed at all what transpired.
  • The crew has had a handful of run-ins with two separate pairs of aliens, both of which were not very threatening by standards of typical aliens. Compared to those, the Pantheon has a lot more aliens that are far from harmless, though there is potential for strange things to happen between the Aqua Teens and those aliens if they meet face-to-face close to Carl's house or the Aqua Teens' house.
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    Slade Wilson/Deathstroke 
Slade Joseph Wilson, God of Edgy Supernames (Deathstroke the Terminator, Dane Lisslow, Jade Wilson)
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    Worf 
Worf, Son of Mogh, God of Announcing One's Parentage
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  • Symbol: The Klingon Bat'leth
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: The Big Guy, Warrior Poet, Saying He is the Son of Mogh Whenever Among Klingons, Master Bat'leth Suvwl', The Comically Serious, Becoming Weaker But Not Anymore, The Stoic, Raised by Humans
  • Domains: War, Force, Space, Law
  • Allies: Jean-Luc Picard, James T. Kirk, Spock, Leonard McCoy, Kathryn Janeway and Jonathan Archer, Urdnot Wrex, Mata Nui, John Henry Irons, Swamp Thing, Roland Deschain
  • Enemies: Khan Noonien Singh, Kalibak, Bane
  • "I am Worf, son of Mogh! I have come to take my rightful place amongst the gods of the Pantheon!" It was with these words that Worf took up residence in his new temple. All the friends he had made in the Pantheon were already waiting for him inside and threw a huge celebration worthy of a Klingon warrior.
  • Originally he shared the Proud Warrior Race Guy with Urdnot Wrex, until the Pantheon's higher-ups decided that Worf was ready to have a temple all for himself. Worf was saddened to see his old partner leave, so Worf gave him the opportunity to vent his frustrations with a friendly match. It ended in a draw. Nevertheless, they remain friends and trusted partners in battle.
  • Worf, despite being the Trope Namer for The Worf Effect and The Worf Barrage, has atoned for those actions and hopes to never speak about it again.
  • Why is Worf calmer and more reserved than the regular Klingon? This is the result of a childhood soccer match, when young Worf accidentally headbutted an opposing player. Klingon foreheads being what they are, the kid died. This tragedy convinced Worf to rein in his Klingon passion.
  • Quick to disprove the uselessness of the klingon bat'leth thanks to his years of experience. That said, he seems to prefer using a mek'leth in combat, a machete-like weapon half the size (and therefore much easier to carry around).
  • Whenever he goes to the House of Food, he always orders a glass of prune juice. "A warrior's drink", he says.
  • He's often confused with Mata Nui, John Henry Irons, Swamp Thing, Kalibak and Bane.
    • Very good friends with Mata Nui, Steel and Swamp Thing, often practicing their combat skills and discussing their relationship with their fathers. Mata Nui admitted he wasn't born, he was created by the Great Beings, but ultimately felt glad he was given a purpose for his existence. Steel joked that Mata Nui should refer to himself as "Mata Nui, Son of the Great Beings" to command respect; something that got Mata Nui and Worf in deep thought.
    • Does not take it kindly that Kalibak and Bane use their strength to hurt others. While he feels sorry for Kalibak's servitude under a horrible father and Bane's terrible childhood, he cannot ignore the innocent lives they have destroyed and he has sworn to fight them with all his strength.
  • Once engaged Roland Deschain in a gunfight to test each other's skills. To avoid any permanent injuries, Roland had filled his guns with blanks and Worf had set his phaser to stun. Although Worf wasn't as quick on the draw as Roland, he still proved a credible challenge to the gunslinger. Ultimately, the gunfight ended in a draw and both fighters earned each other's respect. They parted with this exchange.
    Roland: "Never forget the face of your father, Son of Mogh."
    Worf: "Never, Son of Steven."
  • Angry to learn Federation enemies Khan Noonien Singh is already in the Pantheon. Khan already has experience fighting Klingons and is not afraid to take on Worf, a challenge Worf is more than willing to meet.

Demigods

    Billy the Kid 
Henry McCarty, God Of "The Kid" Alias (Billy the Kid, William H. Bonney, Archer, Herman the Kid)
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An enhanced photo of Billy the Kid, circa 1880
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  • Demigod; Lesser God as a Servant
  • Symbol: His hat and gun
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Outlaw, Famously known as Billy the Kid, His life has more fiction in it than facts, Has multiple legends surrounding him that he's not actually murdered at that time, Combat Pragmatist, Escape Artist, Guile Hero, The Gunslinger, Killed by his former associate in the name of justice, Sudden Name Change
  • Domains: Outlaws, Guns, Legends, Wild West
  • High Priest: "Tennessee Kid" Cooper
  • Allies: Ritsuka Fujimaru, Bill and Ted, Vash the Stampede, Rushuna Tendou, Butch Cassidy and Sundance Kid, Takeru Tenkuji/Kamen Rider Ghost
  • Rivals: John Marston, Erron Black, The Man With No Name, Star Lord
  • Worthy Opponent: Lucky Luke (one-sided in Billy's part), Jesse McCree
  • Enemies: Yosemite Sam, Hol Horse, the House of Justice, Akechi Mitsuhide, Marcus Junius Brutus, Fin Shepard, Dracula
  • Opposes: Lisa Simpson, Homer Simpson
  • Despite his life containing more fiction in it than reality and living a short life, Billy the Kid became one of the most famous outlaws in American history. He started his life of crime at the age of 15 by committing theft. He became famous across The Wild West thanks to the Lincoln County War. He had bounties that surrounds him and was able to escape jail multiple times. He was then eventually killed by his former associate, Patt Garrett. Billy's legend became a worldwide phenomenon when his murderer wrote a sensational biography ghostwrited by Ash Upson. The urban legends surrounding him were inspired by the biography itself.
  • The person who vouched for his ascencion is the Master of Chaldea. The outlaw thanked for vouching it, not believing that his Master will do something like this. The Master responded back that he has faith in him, just like how he has faith in every Servant that he summoned and that he does it to see them again. In return, Billy promises to fight by his side once again if he wants to.
  • Seeing that the real Billy the Kid ascended, Lucky Luke wanted to bring him to justice. The two ended up having a duel, while it is a tie, the outlaw is so impressed at the selfless cowboy, seeing that he is so good at everything he does, that he started to consider him as an Worthy Opponent rather than a sworn enemy. The heroic cowboy doesn't seem to return the sentiment however and still wants to arrest him as the outlaw still wants to pursue his life at crime.
  • He considers John Marston as a fellow rival due to being a former outlaw who is a great gunslinger and horse rider. That said, he does sympathized with the former outlaw when he hears how his life as an outlaw is All for Nothing and he performed a Heroic Sacrifice so thst his wife and son will live in peace.
  • Became enemies with Yosemite Sam, suprisingly. This is because he actually started to obey the law on not shooting with his guns in The Looney Tunes Show. This is made even worse when he actually became police officer one time. Seeing that Billy the Kid would rather stay as an outlaw in his entire life and wanting to escape jail all the time, yeah, the two would never stay friends.
  • Well it makes sense that he is a mercenary and is only in it for the money, but Billy doesn't like Hol Horse because he lacks a lot of loyalty for Dio that his associates have and how he repays the Crusaders by stealing their the one time they saved him from Enya's wrath. He also laughts at the fact that despite the fact he can control the direction at the bullets, he is so bad at aiming that he actually accidentally shot himself twice.
  • He established a rivalry with other cowboys/outlaws such as Erron Black and The Man With No Name. For the former, he is impressed with him that despite the fact he lives in a world where almost everyone has some sort of special power and is just a Badass Normal, he is able to hold off on his own. For the latter, upon hearing the latter, he wanted to hear sbout his travels seeing that he is constantly adventuring, wants to know about his duels and how he fights with his weapons, and is not disappointed. He established a Worthy Opponent relationship with Jesse McCree seeing that he is a former outlaw who Took a Level in Idealism and now wants to fight for good and justice. Seeing that he doesn't any of these acts yet, the outlaw wants to see how he will succeed on his job.
  • He knew he should be expecting this but he never thought he would meet an intergalactic outlaw like Star-Lord. He wanted to know more about his exploits in space after hearing about his misadventures. He could easily relate to him on what it feels like to lose a mother because of a deadly disease and their father leaving them behind (though it's never known if it happened in real one). Star-Lord establishes a rivalry with him due to becoming more heroic later on and having more standards and because they are both outlaws, they couldn't become enemies.
  • The only gun-wielders he became truly friends with in the Pantheon is Vash and Rushuna because they are so kind to him that he couldn't bring himself to hate them as well as people comparing his Archer self to Vash. Billy is amused at Vash's antics to prove himself to be an idiot man so that people wouldn't suspect he's actually a dangerous outlaw in his world and Rushuna using her breasts by hugging her enemies as her negotiation/combat technique which he finds weird overall but most of all destroying their enemies by not killing them at all. Overall, he considers them to be good friends to hang out and have drinks with and if they ever fought, it will end the moment the fight starts.
  • He also became friends with an another outlaw named Sundance Kid because he considers him to be too likable that he couldn't beung himself to establish a rivalry with him. Though Sundance Kid, he introduced him to his partner, Butch Cassidy and they also become terrific friends. Billy is curious to know what is their eventual fate and if they ever make it out alive or dead although the duo don't want to respond to that which is completely fine to the young outlaw.
  • Of course Billy the Kid is enemies with the House of Justice for obvious reasons. Seeing that he always jail with no detailed explanation makes it hard for the police to let him remain in jail and considers him to be one of their greatest targets when they realized how great of an Escape Artist he is. He doesn't even accept any of their offers of letting him get out of jail after he got arrested as that happened to him one time.
  • Ironically, his former associate Patt Garrett killed him in the name of justice. Due to this experience, he hates those that betrayed their friends, even if there are good reasons of doing that. He hates Brutus when he assassinated Caesar when the latter is being such a good friend to the former when he actually sparred him and give him a position as a governor. This is also the same with Akechi Mitsuhide when he killed Nobunaga, when he is considered as one of the warlord's most trusted vassal before their downfall. Even if he is unsure what is the cause of the betrayal, Akechi got on the bad side of the infamous outlaw.
  • In Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventure, Billy is the first historical figure to be "borrowed" by the duo for their history presentation. He encountered them during the salloon and asked them to play poker with two other dudes, which they happily accepted. Though Billy is caught cheating when he gsve Ted three aces. Fortunately, they managed to save Billy in time and sent him to the time-travelling booth. He continued to travel with them to "collect" more historical figures and formed a friendship with Socrates of all people and he and the other historical figures managed to perform the historical presentation in time before they all went back in their time periods. Seeing that he ascended, Bill and Ted are excited to see him again and the three actively started hanging out with each other again
  • In The Last Sharknado: It's About Time, Fin Shepard and his group accidentally helped him escape arrest by having Fin get arrested instead. Hearing that they are from the future, he wanted to travel to the future with them as he wanted to continue his theft in the modern world, believing that there are more exciting things to steal. When they gladly refused, the outlaw and Fin have a duel, before being eaten by a shark. Seeing that the latter is in the Pantheon, the two remain enemies because of that encounter, with Fin keeping an eye on Billy when he committed considering what he heard for his reasons to travel to his time.
  • In one Treehouse of Horror episode of The Simpsons, Lisa forced a gun ban after seeing Billy the Kid's grave with his real name in it with the quote "I dream of a world without guns" without knowing who he actually is. Billy and the other outlaw cohorts came back as zombies and rule over Springfield since they are the only ones with guns. Professor Frink sent Homer back in time to stop the gun ban from happening which Homer did by telling the citizens of Springfield to shoot at the zombies' graves. The zombies come back, but they eventually run away from the gunfire. As a result of this experience, Billy the Kid developed a bad relationship with both Lisa Simpson and Homer Simpson not lovong the former for the gun ban (even if she has an excuse that she didn't know is false) and the latter for shooting at his grave.
  • In Kamen Rider Ghost, he is one of Takeru's fifteen Eyecons, based on different historical figures. In this form, while transformed into Kamen Rider Ghost, he is armed with Gan Gun Saber and Bat Clock, both in Gun Mode. Combining those will create Rifer Mode. Because of this, the Kamen Rider and the outlaw got along with relative ease, with the former receiving sympathy from the latter upon hearing his fate of dying when 99 days have passed and Billy is so glad to see that he got his happy ending that he didn't commit any crimes for a day.
  • In a weird alternate universe, Dracula plans to take Billy the Kid's fiance, Betty Bentley, to turn her into a vampire to become his bride. Also, Billy is such a good guy in that universe that he teamed up with a sheriff and a doctor. He was able to kill Dracula using the silver scapel given to him by the doctor. It ended with Billy the Kid and Betty presumably living happily ever after. Although it does take place in an alternate universe, when they hear about this, Dracula and Billy became sworn enemies because of how Billy killed the vampire with Billy is willing to kill the vampire if he is interrupting on his business.

    The Goose 
The Goose, Divine Deity of Untitled Works (The Terrible Goose)
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  • Theme Song: "Goose on the Loose" by Dan Bull, though it's also associated with "Juice" by Lizzo.
  • Demideity
  • Symbol: A Goose warning sign
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Doesn't fly, Feathered Fiend, Troll, Villain Protagonist, Can honk at will, Kleptomaniac Hero
  • Domains: Birds, Chaos, Disorder, Stealing, Trolling
  • Allies: The Goat, Isabelle, The Cuccos, Lucifer and The Grand United Alliance of Chaos, Odette, Solid Snake, Screwy Squirrel, The Janitor
  • Rivals: Link (The Hero of Legend incarnation), The Murkrow Flock, Geese Howard, Kazooie
  • Enemies: The Farmer, The Cabbage Merchant, Daffy Duck, Donald Duck
  • There was a quiet village whose inhabitants lead a peaceful life and don't have to worry about anything. Enter the Goose, who arrived at the village one day with the sole intention of making every single villager feel miserable. The Goose was also able to succesfully steal a bell to add to their collection in their home and that's the last the villagers heard of the terrible goose but there is always the chance it might return.
  • The Goose just simply popped up from a bush into the pantheon and came into notoriety after it started stealing belongings from several gods, enough to catch the attentions of the higher level deities. The Goose was then subdued and brought to the Court of Gods where it was given a home in the House of Naming. That was only the beginning of the problems the Goose would start causing in the Pantheon.
  • While it seems to be a nuisance to almost everyone, the Goose developed a special rivalry with Link considering an entry of his series released around the same time as the Goose's and so, like usual, the Goose saw the need to make Link feel miserable. To that regard, the Goose stole one of his weapons and ran towards an specific temple where it hid in the bushes and tricked Link into attacking a Cucco. Guess what happened afterwards.
    • Speaking of the Cuccos, they seem to tolerate the Goose's presence given that its another fellow avian and the Goose uses this too its advantage by bringing along a Cucco and tricking others into attacking it.
  • The Goose preys on the more unaware gods and one such deity was Banjo, who didn't realize his backpack was being stolen by the Goose. Thankfully, Kazooie was in it and jumped out the moment she noticed something was wrong and chased the Goose for a good hour to make sure it wouldn't bother her or Banjo again. While the Goose was foiled, Banjo never realized his backpack was gone and assumed Kazooie went for a stroll.
  • Chances are if a deity owns a garden or a place that is very tidy, the Goose is far more likely to show up and cause havoc. It frequently torments the Farmer by ruining his crops and releasing his cattle, among other things. The Goose also frequently steals cabbages from the Cabbage Merchant and this is naturally mad that the bird keep getting away.
  • For some reason, the Goose doesn't fly even if its perfectly able to flap its wings. Some believe this is some form of Self-Imposed Challenge or is too lazy to fly.
  • Other avians are split on the Goose given how chaos ensues wherever it goes. It can be seen swimming in the countless ponds found in the Houses of Nature and Beast but peace doesn't last long wherever it is. After all, peace was never an option.
    • There aren't any Geese around the pantheon and while she is a related to swans, Odette is one of the few deities the Goose is openly friendly with. Although it tends to honk at her, indicating that it is trying to communicate with her about whatever thing its planning but she is unable to understand it. Daffy Duck and Donald Duck are trying to befriend it too but considering their terrible luck, they tend to be most likely deities to get annoyed by the Goose.
    • The Goose actually is aware of Geese Howard and so did the latter after everyone kept talking about some goose, thinking people were calling him the wrong name. The two ended up meeting in Geese's temple where a fight ensued where the Goose was somehow victorious but spared Howard from falling to his death. Since that day, Geese has held respect for this strange animal even if he rather not talk about what happened.
  • Considering the Goose is pretty good at stealth, it caught the attention of Solid Snake after he saw the Goose hiding in a box. Of course, while they are supposedly "friends", the Goose rarely follows any indication Snake gives it and prefers to yank his box away, usually compromising Snake's hiding spots.
  • Its favourite item are bells, but so far it hasn't found any of them, probably because the Pantheon authorities knew it would get it eventually if given time. The Goose then proceeded to meet several deities from a certain world where the currency is called "bells" and so the Goose started invading said world to collect as much bells as it could. The residents there were far more nice that any other village or deity it has met and were tolerating things that no sane individual would. Eventually the Goose was taken care by Isabelle, the secretary always gifting the avian a bag of bells to keep it entertained. It worked for the most part as some days, Isabelle is perfectly capable of keeping the Goose away from other place where it could cause trouble.
  • As mentioned before, it has an habit of stealing things. These led to it bumping into the notoriously infamous crew of Murkrows that constantly are on the hunt for items to steal and saw the Goose as competition. Thankfully, the Goose was able to evade them using its usual trickeries but then the authorities of the House of Justice got involved. But for some reason, they sent Chief Wiggum to handle the Goose and it easily stole his badge before escaping.
  • Lucifer loves this little bird given the sheer chaos it can cause. He wanted to draft it into the GUAC but considering how the Goose is, it barely noticed the proposal (Not that he minds). The three troll teams (LOL Ranger, Trollkaiger and the Itazura Griefers) wanted to capture it and use the Goose as a mascot to avoid having it be part of the opposing Grand Alliances but once again, the Goose just made the three teams waste time fighting each other while it kept tricking the ones chasing it into doing something else. Lucifer also witnessed this moment and was clapping and laughing the whole time.
  • The Goose is completely banned from entering the Treasure Vault. However, that ban barely concerns it since it still has gotten into it several times and even every time the security gets better, it somehow still manages to get in.
  • *HONK HONK!*
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Quasideities

    Tracy Mosby 
Tracy Mosby (née McConnell), Goddess of Secondary Character Titles (Your Mother, The Mother, T.M.)
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  • Theme Song: La Vie En Rose
  • Quasideity, with some moments of Demi
  • Symbol: A yellow umbrella (shared with Ted). After The Reveal: Her ukulele or her bass guitar
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains:
    • Before The Reveal: Narrative, Love
    • After The Reveal: Music, Life and Death
  • Followers: Summer, Nemo, Girl-chan
  • Allies: Ted Mosby (Her husband....Not really who is from an alternate universe), Barney Stinson The good-aligned Love, Family Narrative and Economics Houses, Totoro, Willow Rosenburg, Steven Universe
  • Enemies: Malal, GUAC Yandere Squad, Souther
  • Pities: The Poverty and Richesnsubhouse deities that suffer from poverty, Anri Sonohara
  • For a long time, Tracy used to be one of the most controversial characters in the Pantheon. Many people thought she would never have a physical appearance. More than a few of them thought that even if she did show up, she would have probably ended up being a Flat Character, or at least an extreme Base-Breaking Character in the likes of Sasuke. Then, she... didn't. She was absolutely loved and adored by many gods, especially in the House of Love. No one knows why. Some think it was because of her mortal avatar's fantastic portrayal of her; others theorize it happened because she managed to be a walking moment of awesome, funny, and heartwarming every time she appeared, with the episode where she took the center stage causing the entire Pantheon to weep when she sang her Signature Song. The House of Narrative concluded this argument by pointing out the fact that, rather than a "perfect" character, Tracy was a compelling character in her own right that felt like she would fit right in with the universe surrounding her, and (most importantly) she managed to convince them that she should have ended up with Ted, which was the entire point of the show in the first place. But then, the Pantheon learned about her fate... Furniture from the entire House of Love could be seen hurling out of the windows, while entire walls from the House of Narrative had to be replaced, due to the amount of Unfortunate Implications, how out-of-character everyone acted, and how generally poorly executed and depressing it was. She was immediately promoted to be the Goddess of Secondary Character Titles in the Pantheon.
  • Made her first physical entry into the Pantheon through a subway after utterring the line: "Hi. One ticket to the House of Narrative, please."
  • Her signature song made the list of one of the songs to never play within the pantheon due to its sheer Tear Jerking value. Rumor has it that the House of Love still hasn't recovered from the last time she performed it live to mourn the fact that her husband was sent to the Fallen.
  • The Pantheon is shocked that she managed to convince BARNEY of all people from her universe to give up his womanizing ways to marry his love Robin. For this, many expect James Bond to avoid her like the plague to maintain his temple. They were surprised to learn that they actually get along quite well as she is a fan of his world, while he avoids sleeping with her out of respect for her backstory. The two can be seen sharing a drink with each other in the House of Friendship (to avoid being affected by the atmosphere in the House of Love).
  • After casting off her mortal shell and ascending to the Pantheon, she can be seen around the Pantheon campaigning with muffins, cookies and songs, to rescue her husband Ted from the Retconnian. It's a working process, but Tracy has made a lot of friends, as she constantly offers advice and favors for those in need, unwittingly involving herself in a lot of the Pantheon's crisis in the process. Some deities (especially those from the Magical Girl Sisterhood) wished she had ascended sooner to stop the entire Great Upheaval fiasco from happening. However, most of them dispel this notion by saying that Tracy is just a normal human and would have just been an obstacle in the event, and that Homura was too far gone emotionally for anyone to talk her out from unfolding it.
  • Was once asked by the gods what were her thoughts on the fact that one of her husband's ex-girlfriends Stella left him at the altar for Stella's then-ex-boyfriend Tony, and together with said ex-boyfriend, made a hit movie where Ted was portrayed as a gigantic Jerkass and Tony and Stella were portrayed as obnoxiously perfect. Tracy replied that since she thought that both of them were such "honest, compassionate, TOTALLY not back-stabbing greedy assholes" and now knew what they saw in each other, she would just want them to know the fact that Ted never recovered from their actions, which caused him to lose any type of feelings or respect for both Stella and Tony… for now. She's too busy rescuing her husband from the Retconnian to let trivial things like a double homicide charge get in her way.
  • Was horrified and broke down to tears when she found out from the House of Family that her children were completely nonchalant about her death, asking if they were "being punished for something" when asked to sit down to listen stories about her, and even ENCOURAGING their dad to get back with Robin! The entire Pantheon made note to never mention this incident to her ever again (even banning resident Trolls Terumi and Bernkastel from ever bringing this up), as they know she's still VERY touchy about it. Because of this, she received a lot of sympathy from the good gods from the House of Family.
  • Is glad to finally have a fellow god in her world as company, though not the person she expected. Barney Stinson gets a lot of flack for failing to maintain the marriage with Robin, but the Mother is quick to forgive him for it. The two are currently working to find a way to redeem her husband and get him out of the Retconnian.
    • When she and Barney heard of her "husband's" ascension, they rushed over to meet him....only for them to realized he is not the Ted they knew. Though, the three started hanging out like the old days of New York and even though the House of Love wanted them to get together, it's something that they don't want to do as they feel like they actually are cheating the people they actually fell in love with. Though, Alternate Ted promised to help her and Barey on saving the Original Ted after they asked him that they need his help.
      • However, Malal became a great obstacle to their job as he doesn't want anything in his world, the Retconnian, to be removed and/or to be saved. This causes them to take extreme measures in their plans in order to establish their goal of saving the Original Ted.
  • She and Barney had an interesting encounter one day when they met Willow Rosenburg, who look like one of their friends, Lily. When Barney started flirting with her, she points out that Willow is actually a lesbian. After their encounter with her, they became friends since then.
  • Tracy gets along with the good-aligned deities of Economics as she did enrolled the Economics class to end poverty and create a band on it.
    • Considering that she entered the Economics class to end poverty, she pities the deities in the Poverty & Riches subhouse that do actually suffer from it.
  • To relieve the experience of The Gang being once a band singing a theme song because that is how Barney introduced them as such to his father, Barney, Ted and Tracy became a three-person band, with Tracy and himself being the guitarists and Barney as the singer. They managed to attract a lot of fans largely due to Tracy being beloved by the Pantheon, and Barney having a suprisingly good singing voice.
  • Never ever mention the GUAC Yandere Squad in front of her mostly because Ted told her how he dated one of his most horrible girlfriends in existence, Jeanette is one.
  • Pities Anri Sonohara as her situation of her inability to feel love reminds her of how she stopped dating after the death of her first love, Max, but is glad that Anri resolved her issue.
    • That said, she doesn't like Souther because of his hatred of love, with Tracy stating that she wishes he changed his ways soon.
  • Gets along with Steven Universe thanks to the fact that they both play the ukulele. Tracy thinks that he is such a pleasant and understanding kid to hang around with.
  • She hates the deities that try to take over groups in a malicious way as one of the members of her former band, Darren, did exactly that.

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