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    Devola and Popola 
Devola and Popola, Goddesses of the Lonely Surviving Twin (Debol and Popol, The Ancients, The Betrayers)
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  • Intermediate Goddesses, Lesser Goddesses In YoRHA
  • Symbol: Their magical wands
  • Letimotif(s): Song of the Ancients (Devola's version, Popola's version, Hollow Dreams, Fate, Atonement)
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral In 3,465 AD, Neutral Good in 11,945 A.D.
  • Portfolio: Preserving Humanity By Questionable Means, They Seek Redemption, Love Working With Children Especially Yonah, Heroic Sacrifice, Their Models Are Extinct In The Future, Serve As Resistance Medics, They Have Different Personalities, Resemble Humans But Are Really Androids, Used Nier To Nearly Complete Project Gestalt, "NO ONE STOOPSSS!!!"
  • Dominion: Magic, Androids, Music, Beer
  • Allies 2B, 9S, A2, Mega Man, X, Alison Blaire/Dazzler, Sora, Aerith Gainsborough, Xion, Sumire Yoshizawa, Wanda Maximoff/Scarlet Witch
  • Enemies: Caim and Angelus, Ultron, Sigma, The Venjix Virus, Vril Dox/Brainiac, Courtney Gears, Sephiroth, Master Xehanort, Dr.Wily, Dr.Eggman, Shadow Queen, The Dark Star, The Heartless, Dharkon, and other shade-looking beings
  • Conflicting Opinion: Zero (Drakengard 3), Zero (Mega Man X),Takuto Maruki
  • Rivals: I-No, Margret Moonlight, Kimmy Howell
  • After the appearance of a red dragon and giant salt statue from the sky in 2003 , humanity found itself in a fight for its very existence after people started to become infected with a disease later known as White Chlorination Syndrome. Over time, this transformed its victims into salt or vicious monsters known as the Legion. It was an incurable outbreak and with the fall of Jericho, humanity's survival looked bleak. So, the plan of Project Gestalt was set in motion. While the groundwork was set by the remaining humans, the idea of seeing the project into completion was put in the hands of two red-haired twins known as Devola and Popola.
  • Obeying their programming, the duo oversaw countless Replicants and Gestalts during the aftermath of the Legion attacks hoping the souls of humans would drift into their assigned shells with no problems. Yet, the very first successful replicant and his ill sister/daughter created a domino effect that would lead to the hollow shells developing their own personalities, and the "shades" becoming mindless beasts without their human forms. With this problem leading to Replicants becoming sentient, the twins decided to lay their hopes on the "Shadowlord" and Nier to finish the project and save humanity. Sadly, a tragic series of events would lead to Nier denying his fate, and due to their personal feelings slaughtering Devola. Popola now enraged saught to kill Nier and his friends only to end up dying in a huge explosion with Emil.
  • Several decades in the future, the failed human restoration plan left the Devola and Popola models being used as scapegoats to blame and shame for what remained of all life on Earth. Being forced to accept the guilt of their previous selves, the new set of androids merely serve as medical support for the resistance fighting against the alien machines ravaging the planet. Now, the duo only wants to gain some kind of atonement for not only failing humanity but themselves as keeping making safe was their only reason to exist...
  • Devola and Popola are not only talented singers as a duet, but they also become powerful magic users displayed when they had to battle Nier, Kaine, and Emil using all sorts of Sealed Verses granted to the various Grimoires from Noir to Weiss. Naturally, the same powers Nier had were an example of how the replicant felt used by the twin androids when he confronted him in the Pantheon. They knew that he was still resentful of them considering those replicants are mere shells in a game to revive humanity.
    • Grimore Weiss felt the same as his companions about the twins using them and their lying methods, but considering the outcome for everyone involved both the book and Nier couldn't hold it against the androids. They did look after Yonah and were like family to them. Without a world filled with the Black Scrawl or shade replicant fighting perhaps it was finally time to stop...
  • While quite to forgive and accept Nier and Weiss as possible friends again, the same couldn't be said for the former prince and mighty draconian pact partner. While they also had their own apocalyptic threat to fight off in the form of The Watchers, a foreign particle called maso would create magic while along with it came White Chlorination Syndrome that resulted in the eventual end of humankind. Devola and Popola were unable to simply let go of the fact Caim and Angelus unintentionally killed off the world as they knew it. Not that Caim gave a damn ready to cut down or let his partner burn the androids to ash if they ever stepped foot in his domain.
    • Then, another individual made it clear they also had a hand in the events that led to mankind's downfall though not on purpose. That girl was only known to everyone as Zero. An undead corpse whose flower managed to succeed in its overall goal through a bizarre Butterfly Effect since Zero existed in another world. She just wanted to get even with the shitheads and intoners in her world and did not want to make things even more fucked up for the people from Devola and Popola's version of Earth.
  • As for the remnants of Project YoRHA, each of the fellow androids gave the singing twins a more friendly welcome. 9S, in particular, was grateful for their help in trying to break into the tower of the Red Girls. Considering how the rest of the artificial humans treated them both this made them hug the scanner model in pure happiness for being accepted and welcome despite their flawed programming.
  • 2B and A2 were also forgiving of Devola and Popopla for what happened during the incident with the Shadowlord and Nier since it was a very dire situation with very little chance of it actually going in a positive way due to a lack of communication from all parties involved. 2B knew from past experience how without understanding or empathizing with others could lead to pointless violence and suffering. A2 wished Kaine would hurry up and come so they could all get depressed and drunk together in some bar with other gods not that Popola was fond of beer in general.
  • As the duo were obsessed with protecting humanity for over 1000 years various hostile machines made enemies of the androids including Ultron, Sigma, and Venjix just to name a few. Ultron was also interested in the "Black Scrawl" and alien lifeforms from Nier's world as they could prove useful in making stronger drones for the machine alliance much to Devola and Popla's horror.
  • The other person in the Pantheon named Zero was also a figure of unknown possibilities for the twins due to his actions being rather morally grey as well. While his actions did result in a better world for reploids and humans, the number of lives taken by his hand much like someone else the twins knew who was very protective of people important to him.
  • One day while singing a tone for children deities a crimson-haired schoolgirl quickly walked up to both Devola and Popola while calling them "Kasumi" to their shock. The phantom thief had been traumatized by her later sister's death and couldn't really get over it, so in order to help Takuto Maruki offered a form of therapy by making her sister's image appear on the twins. Neither appreciated being used by the doctor just to inspire happiness for one person, but in a funny way, the girl reminded them so much of Nier's precious daughter/sister. Devola and Popola couldn't deny feeling something akin to a real human emotion when Sumire hugged them both so tightly.
  • Despite being non-human Wanda had been impressed by the magical abilities Devola and Popola utilized together. She figures their powers combined to allow them such strength, and if one of them were not around the other wouldn't function well. Sadly, the statement only came from trauma as in one reality she had lost her only family thanks to Ultron and was quick to empathize with the twins on their own past excperience.
  • The observers were frighted by the sight of black blobs of living darkness roaming through their house one day under the power of a demon witch seeking to find out more about "shades" and if they could be made into useful servants. Luckily for Devola and Popola, a bright light shined in front of them revealing the keybearer who took down the heartless in one blow. Unaware the twins weren't exactly helpless, the hero of the Keyblade was happy to potentially make new friends in these two girls.
  • They often get challenged into singing matches by various performing deities in the Pantheon. Courtney Gears and Kimmy Love thought they needed new material like rap or pop, and Margret and I-No felt they needed more edge in their voices and different instruments like a guitar or even changing their wardrobe to look more seductive. Alison Blaire, the disco era hero Dazzler loved hearing their own song and got to play a few songs with them including her own cover of This Silence is Mine and Ashen of Dreams, which brought tears to several gods upon hearing such a harrowing sorrowful song about life's end.
  • Xehanort was surprised to learn about a world filled with other replicant beings who gained their own kind of selves wondering how they could follow in Xion's footsteps. Not that the twins could approve of how Xemnas, the Nobody of Xehanort used Xion and the other nobodies just for the sake of himself despite knowing it was rather hypocritical it sounded coming from them. Master Xehanort also knew about replicants from another time and place where he was possibly one himself.
  • "Now I know why the two of us were born together. For beings without souls... living alone... that would just be too sad..."

    Lucas (Mother 3
Lucas, God of Weaker Twins who Save the Day (Boy from Nowhere, The Tazmilian Devil)
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Lucas with a Rope Snake
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A Sunflower by a Dark Dragon Needle
  • Theme Music: Theme of Love, Mom's Hometown, the Brawl remix of both
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Kid Hero, Heroic Blond, Sympathetic Coward who grew into a hero, Combat Medic, Mighty Glacier, Cosmic Plaything Played for Drama, Conditioned to Accept Horror
  • Domains: Healing, Protecting, Family, Good, Psychic Powers, Growth
  • Followers: Kazuya Uesugi, Jerry Shaw
  • Heralds: Flint (his father, shared with Hinawa), Duster, Kumatora, Boney (his dog, who — unlike Ness's own dog, King — fights alongside his owner)
  • Special Relationships: The Masked Man (his long-lost brother, Claus)
  • Allies: Hinawa (his mother), Ness, Red, Fluttershy, The Pines, Professor Xavier, Mary Lennox, Pollyanna Whittier, Tatsumaki, Fubuki, Jake Sully, Jean Grey/Phoenix, Viper of the Furious Five, Shigeo Kageyama
  • Rivals: Ermac
  • Enemies: Porky Minch, Hansel & Gretel, Giygas, Viridi
  • Headbutting Heroes with: Bayonetta
  • Opposes: Wario
  • Avoids: Haruka & Sora Kasugano
  • Odd Friendship: Charizard
  • There was hope that Lucas would grow out of his high priest role with the arrival of the fourth Super Smash Bros. tournament. Sadly he was left out of the initial list of fighters that made it. Chances of his ascension was bleak. One day, His superior Ness was on the receiving end of a beat down courtesy of Bowser. As much he considered himself a coward, he wouldn't stay in the sidelines any longer. He saved Ness with a well-placed PK Fire before fending off Bowser. The gods were so moved with his bravery that they rewarded him for becoming a hero of his world due to the disappearance of his braver twin. Ness himself granted him godhood for the special occasion.
  • Was frightened to find one of Ness's greatest enemies in the Pantheon as well. Giygas now swears vengeance on both psychic boys.
  • As one of the last warriors hand picked by Master Hand, many of the competitors congratulated him on his ascension. Among the most passionate responses came from an unusual arrival. Charizard accompanied Lucas under the Pokemon Trainer during the Subspace Emissary. While he was crestfallen with the absence of the Pokémon Trainer, he was at least glad to know one of his Pokémon made it into the Pantheon.
    • At the same time, he was disgusted to find Wario in the Pantheon as well. As the one who caused him to suffer the most during that same period, he refuses to forgive him. It's even more frustrating that Wario didn't even have his whole heart into the scheme.
    • That said, he was ecstatic to see the Pokémon Trainer (whose name he learned was Red) once he heard the news of his ascension, given that he stayed by his side during the Subspace Emissary after the PK-using kid ran from Wario after he had turned Ness into a trophy.
  • Lucas is more of an introvert, more comfortable by himself than with company. He shares that same philosophy with Fluttershy, Friend to All Living Things. The two may not talk to each other that often, but there are few other deities he is more comfortable with.
  • He takes the death of his mother too seriously and tends to burst into tears upon anyone mocking her. In fact, he was scared of fighting Bayonetta ever since she taunted him with, "If you need to learn how to talk to a lady, ask your mum!" However, a couple members of the Smash roster (Ike, Link, Toon Link, Zelda, Sheik, Samus, Rosalina, Marth, Roy, Fox, Robin, Corrin, Shulk, Sonic, Cloud) who also had Missing Mom syndrome consoled Lucas on his problems, and even revealed that Bayonetta herself had the same issues. He eventually sassed the living hell out of her.
  • News of his ascension did not sit well with Porky Minch, who now has to worry about two PSI deities that can foil his plans.
  • Was amazed to find many types of twins in the Pantheon. Out of them all he gets along most with The Pines and the Wonder Twins. As for Haruka & Sora Kasugano... He would rather not talk about them.
    • He has recently suffered tormenting scares from Hansel & Gretel. They loved the fact that the newest entry frightens easily. It makes creeping him out all the more fun.
  • Though not a mutant, Xavier was willing to put Lucas under his wing, teaching him how to improve his PSI powers.
  • Tatsumaki was vocal in her opinion of Lucas, thinking him as too timid to ever be capable of performing all those deeds. Yet she strays from becoming too harsh on him, respecting his devotion to finding his brother as she is in protecting her sister.
  • A rivalry has been brewing between Lucas and Ermac, with the later contemplating adding Lucas' soul to his already vast collection of souls.
  • Lucas was interested that one of his game's recurring songs was taken from Pollyanna herself. While he didn't always see things the same way, the song does cheer him up.
  • Mary also hopes to cheer him up, taking him to the House of Plants to gaze at her gardens.
  • Lucas brought along with him a rope snake whenever he needs to grab an object from range. He was sad to hear that There were no good-aligned snakes in the Pantheon. The rope snake hopes to change that statistic in the future.
    • Eventually, he heard of Viper of the Furious Five.
  • Lucas once looked up to Viridi and had hoped to get her to give up on her crusade against humanity, attempting to prove that there were humans that cared about nature and weren't inherently destructive. Unfortunately, despite his zeal in the face of countless hardships, Viridi makes no exception for Lucas whatsoever simply because he is human. He took this revelation about as well as a brick to the face; once he realized what kind of person Viridi really was behind the divinity, she became Lucas' personal enemy almost in the same vein as Porky.
  • He would like to remind everyone that his dad, Flint, isn't the same person as Chuck Norris. He just happens to be really badass.

    Yuna and Mina Amasato/Yunael and Minael 
Yuna and Mina Amasato, Goddesses of Single-Minded Twins (Yunael and Minael, The Peaky Angels)
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Human forms
  • Intermediate Goddesses (Quasideities when not transformed)
  • Symbol: Their halos
  • Theme Song: Peaky Wonderful!
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (Yunael has some Good leanings)
  • Portfolio: Single-Minded Twins, Twin Banter, Shapeshifting, The Dividual, Our Angels Are Different, Older Than They Look, Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon, Jerkass, Exotic Eye Designs, Asshole Victim
  • Domains: Magic, Death, Twins
  • Followers: Hikaru and Kaoru Hitachin, The Deeds, Ayla and Nias, The Twins, SCP-284
  • Allies: Ditto, Jibril, Popo and Nana
  • Enemies: Deities who command obedience from them
  • Friendly Enemies: Beast Boy (one-sided on their end)
  • Odd Friendship: Stocking and Panty Anarchy
  • Dislike: All Yakuza deities
  • Opposed by: All Good- and Law-aligned angels (especially the ones under the GUAL)
  • When it comes to twins, sometimes they tend to be similar to one another to the point of being indistinguishable from each other. Sometimes this makes them Creepy Twins. Sometimes it's Twin Telepathy. And sometimes, the writer just wants them to be Single-Minded Twins out of not wanting to make them distinct enough from one another.
  • Mina and Yuna Amasato always did everything together thanks to their overlapping interests: same clothes, hung out together, and sort of knew what's on each other's mind. Even their mother sometimes had trouble telling the two apart, and neither get to keep any boyfriend around for long (since none of them ever entertained any Twin Threesome Fantasy, if the two even reciprocate that idea in the first place, given the animé shows them dumping one together who even asked for either of them to go out with him). They even became Magical Girls together when Fav selected the both of them, granting them not only similar appearances, but similar power sets as well*, and were established as a set officially by their shared ID in the system, preventing them from doing any sockpuppeting).
  • Yuna and Mina Amasato ascended to their position not long after they both (separately) departed from the mortal realm, the former after provoking a Magical Girl with her girlfriend's appearance in a bid to kill them both, and the latter in a battle against the Big Bad examiner. The Court of the gods noticed that the both of them often have the same ideas, sometimes finish each others' sentences, and hardly argue with one another (at least never to the degree that it would end up with them refusing to talk to one another for days). After it’s revealed to them that Fav intended for there to be one survivor and not eight, they quickly realize that this means at least one of them was guaranteed to die no matter what if he had his way.

  • The Peaky Angels' Magical Skills work great in tandem and are as follows: both have the ability to shapeshift, Minael into anything inorganic, and Yunael into anything organic. Their durability and strength remains the same either way, even if what they turn into might probably be stronger. Yunael can only copy another subject's form, but not any of their other abilities, and she has to commit the form to memory for authenticity. Minael is still technically organic even with an inorganic form as Cranberry's spotting her heartbeat and killing her in rock form would attest to, and she has to understand the object to transform into it, so she cannot transform into complex machinery if she doesn't first understand how it works. Since Mina's not an engineer nor has the necessary qualities to become one, she's unable to use the most out of her potential, and the same goes for Yuna. Unless they're in a fight though, Yunael and Minael often just use their abilities to prank other deities.

  • One thing of note that the Unmarked animé didn't properly portray is that Magical Girls made by the Land of Magic are far, far stronger, tougher, faster, and more reflexive than one would think. Not just a few times stronger, but much greater than that, which can actually make them much tougher than most conventional Magical Girls. List of standard feats Regarding the Peaky Angels, who are presumably also identical in terms of physical parameters, they can shatter a wooden table in a single kick, leap out of a full speed SUV and impact the ground with its door after kicking it off, swing a massive glaive (Minael morphed into it) to carve up an entire room, and go in a wild chase across a district while carrying a safe that can fit a child inside in one hand and climb over a tall wall with it.
  • They dislike dealing with Yakuza ever since attempting a scheme they had to embarrass Ruler by one of them pretending to be Calamity Mary, who has actually had dealings with such groups. It ended with some yakuza confusing the transformed Yunael for the real one, getting involved in a gang war, and a hectic escape from Mary herself without her knowing it was even them. Even if the Peaky Angels themselves can effortlessly curb-stomp any of the ascended yakuza members, even the likes of Majima and Kiryu if the two don't terrorize them first, they'd rather stay away. Despite her mischievousness, even Yunael would thwart a suicide if she can, and is the most likely between the two to do good deeds when Minael isn't there or able to arrange pranks, or if things are hectic enough that the elder sister has no time to argue with the younger one.
  • One day, the Peaky Angels infiltrated a prop hunt event under someone's suggestion. The Animorphs were among the attendants, and on separate occasions, each of them "accidentally" acquired Minael (and fellow contestant Yunael, who was disguised) during this event. Turns out, somebody orchestrated the whole thing just to get the too-quickly-grown-up teens a chance to collect better shapeshifters whom they won't feel guilty doing (given the lines the pair crossed with the deaths they had a hand in during their Selection Exam in N-City). Tom Berenson on the other hand had an easier time when they ended up rescuing him from a bad situation. Having seen them in action before his rescue when Yunael insisted on it, he wasted no time acquiring the both of them as soon as they touched down so as not to risk them dropping him as all acquired beings do. For the record, due to the nature of Land of Magic MGs, neither he nor the Animorphs have access to the Peaky Angels' civilian forms.
  • Because of their abilities, Yuna and Mina are good friends with Ditto, and Yuna gets along well with Beast Boy better than Mina. Of course, given their involvement in two murders, one being of a young child, Garfield Logan isn't too keen on hanging with them too much. In fact, given they can potentially effortlessly beat every creature he can turn into, he's downright secretly terrified. Because of their sisterly bond, The Peaky Angels also became fast friends with The Ice Climbers due to the both of them being co-dependant on each other. Popo and Nana are aware of what murders they've done, but the twins have done their share of cruelties, too. Despite not being actual angels themselves, The Peaky Angels have been getting along surprisingly well with The Anarchy Sisters too. Several deities have wondered if Panty would be able to turn Minael into a gun if she turned into a pair of panties first, same with Stocking and if she can turn Minael into a katana if she turned into a sock.

  • While Yuna and Mina may appear kind and innocent because of their appearance, don't be fooled as the both are very devious and do whatever they want if it seems fun (which is the same reason they got into the Magical Girl Raising Project). It's not uncommon to see Yuna and Mina getting along well with Jibril due their shared mentalities despite their appearances. Despite the fact that they're university students, Yuna and Mina have yet to win a game of shiritori against Jibril. They're also envious in that they can't win in that game either against Sora and Shiro, who aren't even related by blood. And because of the two NEET's temple's rules, any harmful prank is off the table.
  • While the Amasato Twins are good friends with Jibril, the same can't be said for the good-aligned angels of the Pantheon. Nor do they appreciate the angels who serve under YHVH, seeing them as total bores and killers of fun. When they were still alive, Yuna and Mina were forced into servitude by Ruler, who always yelled at them for their antics (which was entirely true). And because they had been coerced into being her subordinates by her magic (which they hadn't known was extremely restrictive to work), Yuna and Mina have developed a hatred for deities who forcefully make others serve them, especially YHVH.

Lesser Gods

    Charlotte and Victor Deshayes 
Charlotte and Victor Deshayes, Divine Duo of Conjoined Twins (Both: The Twins, The Siblings | Victor: The Baby)
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Charlotte (the bigger one) and Victor (the smaller one)
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: The Blade of Marseille and several of their mother's belongings
  • Theme Music: Binding of Kin and their chase music
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with Neutral Evil leanings
  • Portfolio: Conjoined Twins of different sexes, Witnessed their mother be burned at the stake, Tragic Villain, Dislike other people, Tiny Guy, Huge Girl
  • Domains: Family, Tragedy, Death, Cults, Hatred
  • High Priestesses: Elisha and Eliza Stitch
  • Superior: The Entity
  • Allies: Jeanne, The Freaks, The Elephant Man
  • Enemies: All the ascended survivors from Dead by Daylight and by extension most human beings, Judge Claude Frollo, Los Iluminados, The Harga, Sophie
  • On good terms with: Quasimodo
  • Conjoined Twins Charlotte and Victor Deshayes hadn't had the easiest of life. Their birth itself during the 17th century could be considered a miracle but as quickly as they were brought into this world, their mother Madeleine fled with the newborns as to avoid persecution by others who would view them as demons. Living in the streets was tough by their mother's love made it all bearable, until they were caught one evening and her mother was promptly burn at the stake for witchcraft. With her death, any compassion from the twins ceased and they would be sold to a secretive cult that worshiped the Entity. After countless inhumane experiments, Victor had enough and decided to fight back, which would eventually allow Charlotte to escape at the cost of Victor's life. The remaining years of Charlotte were spent in isolation, fending off would be attackers that thought she was a demon and constantly having to survive in the wilderness. Eventually her body would give up and in the brink of death claiming her, she heard the voice of Victor, now separate from her body. The Deshayes twins were finally reunited and claimed as yet another of the many killers at the service of the Entity.
  • Their ascension was yet another ploy by the Entity to have more of it's champions around. The Twins almost made a mess by charging at unsuspecting deities until they were apprehended. Although recognized to be dangerous, authorities decided to leave Charlotte and Victor be in a temple secluded from other human contact in an attempt to sever their connection to the Entity and to finally let them catch a break from a lifetime of misfortune. Usually they keep to themselves, not making many friends from the hatred they developed from other people after all they experienced and even if sometimes they are called upon by the Entity, they are content with being left on their own.
  • Not ones to make many friends, understandably given how almost everyone else had treated them. But eventually a lone deity managed to do something incredible and actually endear himself towards the Twins and that was none other than Quasimodo. Hailing from a similar time period, he knows well how it feels to be treated bad for your appearance and being confined to a tower also did a number to his sanity and feels sorry both Charlotte and Victor weren't given a chance. Seeing as he is as deformed as them, they took pity on the hunchback and somewhat allow Quasimodo to hang out with them whenever they aren't actively hunting people down for the Entity. Quasimodo himself feel uneasy with their actions and work under the Entity but understand they didn't have much of a choice and that at least they promised to not hurt him.
  • From Quasimodo he heard of the horrible man that is Claude Frollo, someone who is responsible for all the shame Quasimodo had to endure for years and the fact that he wants to execute the Twins for the danger they pose certainly didn't sit well for the Deshayes twins. Sometimes Victor goes out of his way to torment Frollo just to get back at him and even once dragged the man to the Entity's realm as an offering for his superior. Needless to say, Frollo didn't have a good time there.
  • Sometimes they wer confused for one of the members of the Freakshow in the House of Theatre and Spectacle but these twins are not related to the ones that actually work there. The members of said group actually are friendly towards Charlotte and Victor, as even if they work for a horrible Eldritch Abomination they actually appreciate their presence. The Twins are actually glad to have their temple as a safehaven where no one is trying to kill them but they aren't able to stay there long, otherwise the Entity will come knocking and trap all their newfound friend in the killing grounds, and neither of the Deshayes would like to kill any of their friends.
  • Similarly to Quasimodo and the Freaks, Charlotte and Victor once came accross the Elephant Man, whose grotesque appearence is infamous among the pantheonic denizens and those rumors caught the attention of Victor, who first went by himself to check if the legends were true. Upon meeting him, both Twins felt that rare feeling of pity upon another human being, who was even more alone than they were given how his appearance was possibly even more abhorrent than theirs. The Twins usually sneak in their downtime to hang out with John and keep him company to let him know that he isn't alone. And even if he can't quite approve of their constant murders and sacrifices to the Entity, he appreaciates that they consider him a friend.
  • Given their experiences under the Black Vale, the Twins utterly despise cults and even tend to target those out of spite, which many don't find that particularly unreasonable for them to do. They had run ins with Los Iluminados and the Harga, who took interest on the Twins given their own unique biology as well as their ties to the Entity and it didn't exactly end well for both groups.
  • An unlikely ally they made was Jeanne, another woman who like their mother Madeline was burned at the stake after being accussed of witchcraft. Jeanne took pity on the twins because she can understand their plight and even if she looks like any of those humans that tormented them for so long, both Charlotte and Victor seem oddly trusting of Jeanne because of what she also went through and she promised she would help them get back at those that wronged them. However, even she knows that their connection to the Entity might actually hurt her in the long run given how powerful the Eldritch Abomination is.
  • Sophie after hearing about the Twins story approached them in order to recruit them for the Germanian Empire since she empathized with the story of being persecuted for witchcraft and sympathizes with what happened with their mother Madeline. Sophie's offer was instantly shot down by Victor jumping on her face and starting to attack her like a maniac, which angered Sophie and promptly blasted the twins away for daring to harm the White Witch. Given their dislike for human beings in general, working for another evil group like Sophie does is insulting for them and Sophie responded that they were not better given their status as killers under the Entity's control. Sophie, even if far more powerful than the Twins, carefully withdrew from battle because she didn't know if harming the Twins will bring upon the Entity's wrath and she wasn't in a position to fight a being like the Entity.
  • Usually when hunting other survivors, Victor and Charlotte tend to separate to cover more ground. Unfortunately given his small size, that leaves Victor open to being kicked by the survivors. There is a running habit from the more troll-ish deities to seek Victor when he is out by himself and punt him as far as they can, unnoficially dubbed as "Kick the baby" and often they are met with an angry Charlotte chasing after them.

    The Frye Twins 
Sir Jacob Frye and Dame Evie Frye, Divine Duumvirate of Twin Banter
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The Frye Twins, Jacob (left) and Evie (right)
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbols: The Insignia Of The The British Brotherhood of Assassins. Alternatively, their respective signature weapons - a Cane Sword for Evie and a pair of Brass Knuckles for Jacob
  • Theme Song: Family
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Assassination, Family, Gangs, Victorian London, Industrial Revolution
  • Heralds: Lydia Frye (Jacob's granddaughter and Evie's grand-niece) and Henry "The Ghost" Green (Evie's husband)
  • Followers: The Rooks and the British Assassins
  • Deified Mentors: Ezio Auditore, Ryu Hayabusa, Niccolo Machiavelli
  • Friendly Assassins Include: Arya Stark, Corvo Attano Black Widow, Gen, Kitana (sort of), Shadow Yamoto, Yoh Hinonura and Emu Hino
  • Rival Assassins Include: Golgo 13, Ra's al-Ghul, Talia al-Ghul, Lady Shiva, Widowmaker, Deadshot, Nina and Anna Williams
  • Allies:
  • Headbutting Heroes: with Batman
  • Unwanted Admirers: Mileena and Mitsuko Souma for Jacob; Erron Black, Euron Greyjoy, and Robert Baratheon for Evie
  • Opposes: Evil/Corrupt Businessmen and Aristocrats, such as Professor Moriarty, Lex Luthor, Sir Isaac Ray Peram Westcott, Lord Voldemort
  • Targets For Assassination: Shay P. Cormac, Johan Liebert, Jack the Ripper, Tywin Lannister, Gregor Clegane, Cersei Lannister, Stannis Baratheon
  • Pities/Creeped Out By: Hansel and Gretel (Black Lagoon)
  • Ezio Auditore has heard good things about the Frye twins, stemming from freeing London from Templar control (technically, they went against orders to do so), which is why both he and Niccolo Machiavelli worked to get the pair into the Pantheon. Both Evie and Jacob arrived by train, hopping out of the freight cars and onto the station's platform, where they were greeted by Ezio and Machiavelli. The meeting was...priceless.
    Ezio: "Jacob and Evie Frye?"
    Jacob: "That's us. Who are you?"
    Ezio: (bows) "None other. Benvenuto nel Pantheon." (Welcome to the Pantheon)
    Jacob: "Who?"
    Machiavelli: (points to Jacob) "Not very book smart, isn't he?"
    Jacob: "OI!"
    Machiavelli: (chuckles) "I like her already, Ezio."
  • The Frye twins' ascension did not go unnoticed by the turncoat Assassin-turned-Templar, Shay Patrick Cormac. Thanks to them, not only did the Templars lose out on the Shroud of Eden, but also the Templars had lost control of London. So now, Jacob and Evie are the No.2 targets behind Ezio. For their part, both Jacob and Evie agree that while the Order has it's flaws, they are firm believers in free will. What really gets under the skin of Cormac is Evie showing the Templar's hypocrisy and their own failures.
  • How did the Fryes meet Cormac? Oh, when the traitorous Assassin-turned-Templar tried to assassinate Empress Emily Kaldwin during a ball held inside Emily's temple. At least this time around, Evie wasn't forced to wear a gown. Empress Kaldwin had refused to hand over an Isu relic in her possession and even refused an alliance between the Iron Isles and the Templars, resulting in the assassination orders on her person. Jacob and Evie crashed the party and despite still being outnumbered four-to-seven (Cormac and six Templar mooks against the Fryes, Corvo and Emily), forced Cormac to retreat. Cormac learned three lessons that day; the first being that Corvo took the assassination attempt on his daughter very badly, that Emily is just as dangerous as her father in combat, and that the Fryes are a credible threat. On the other hand, both Evie and Jacob made some new friends that day in the form of Corvo and his daughter, Jacob stating that this was "the best damn rowdydow" he been to in a while, and the Assassins now operate freely in Dunwall and the Isles.
  • Jacob and Evie noticed a street urchin loitering around their temple, making small talk with the Rooks and British Assassins. It was Jacob that noted that there was something...off about the kid. Turns out that the street rat was none other than Arya Stark...and quite an infamous assassin in her own right. Arya was curious about the duo and decided to check them out. After hearing about how Arya avenged her family, the pair decide to take Arya under their wing as a de facto mentor much to the chagrin of her family.
  • If you decide to go toe-to-toe with the Fryes, do so at your own risk. Out of all the Assassins, they're by far the most brutal when it comes to hand-to-hand combat. Even Cormac had to admit this when he squared off against the Fryes. Plus, their time spent learning from the Indian Assassins the art of fear makes the twins even more deadly. Whenever one of the Fryes show up in one of the Pantheon's fight clubs, whoever fights them is gonna have a really bad day.
    • Ironically enough, it was one of these fight clubs where Sherlock Holmes met Jacob and Evie. Holmes was there to blow off some steam after his lead on Moriarty was a total bust. Even more funny is that the Fryes thought Moriarty to be a Templar, which wasn't true...alothough he was given an invite. Holmes has done his homework on the Fryes, and there is a mutual respect between Holmes and the twins. Standing orders for the Rooks and British Assassins is not to harm Holmes or his assistant, Watson. In response, Holmes occasionally calls on the Fryes for aid on some of his cases.
  • Ezio and Machiavelli challenged the Fryes to break into two temples. They did, but were caught by the owners, Ryu Hayabusa and Momiji, with Yoruka Kirihime visiting the former, as it was a test orchestrated by Ezio and Hayabusa. Sure the twins know how to fight and learned the arts of fear from the Indian Assassins, now, Jacob and Evie learn the art of stealth from the deified ninjas.
  • The Fryes has a soft spot for children. Exploit and/or harm them at your peril.
  • As they rose through the ranks within Victorian London's underbelly, the Fryes understandably have a hatred for corrupt businessmen, mainly due to the aforementioned exploitation of children for a cheap source of labor. Lex Luthor tops the list not because of his business practices, but the fact that the man stole forty cakes. Both Jacob and Evie are more than happy to kill him just for that.
  • While more than willing to work with Batman, the twins are at odds with the Caped Crusader due to the both of them being trained killers. Killing an innocent goes against the Creed of the Assassins (Stay your blade from the flesh of an innocent), but that doesn't make Bats feel any better. But he does recognize the Frye twins' effectiveness, including Evie's cunning.
  • As they champion the working class, the Fryes are open to work with like-minded individuals such as Spider-Man and Mario, who also favor the working class in their respective dominions. Plus, the homecooked meals from Aunt May and the Italian dishes from Mario are a nice bonus.
  • Jacob became friends with Will Turner when he stopped by his blacksmith's shop/temple to get some of his gear repaired. While Will and his wife are not Assassins, both Will and Jacob struck up a friendship, despite their different views. Nobody knows why but some can fathom a guess...
  • Yes, Jacob is bisexual. That little tidbit made Oberyn Martell's day, and just about every other gay deity in the Pantheon. Kung Jin was also seen giving Jacob side glances. And while Kanji Tatsumi denies it, he's also been checking Jacob out as well.
  • There is a connection of sorts between Evie and Princess Zelda. When the Fryes decide to head off to London, Evie had the secondary job of protecting London from her brother's antics. Evie glowed at the praise Zelda has given her in regards to keeping her brother in line and making him a more responsible person in general.
  • Evie is Happily Married to Henry Green, but that doesn't stop Robert Baratheon from trying to woo her, in both his younger, fit form and his fat form. Nine times out of ten, Robert gets booted out from their temple. The other time, it's Jacob who tosses Robert out.
    • Unfortunately, the second Westerosi deity who has evil designs on her is Euron Greyjoy. And he has no qualms about making the female Frye another salt wife. Evie promised to geld him should he try anything funny.
  • Not that Jacob is exempt from creepy admirers. Mitsuko Souma tops that list. As the Pantheon would look down on him shagging a girl in her mid-teens, it's the fact that she's batshit insane and tried to kill Evie with her harvesting sickle that got her a permanent ban from their temple.
  • Jacob: I'm no criminal. I just do as I please.
  • Evie: For every mission, there is a right way and a wrong way. Barging thoughtlessly into combat is, more often than not, the latter.
  • Disgusted by the then legal parctice of child labor, the twins formed a street gang called the Rooks, and with it waged a war to free the orphans of Northern London from a life of legalized slavery in Templar owned factories. This earned them the respect of Bryan Mills, another British warrior who is fiercely protective of children.
  • Jacob and Evie Frye get along splendidly with Kirito and Asuna, who besides sharing a love for English Afternoon Tea, are also hunters of bullies who are kind to children. Kirito and Jacob would engage in banters of sarcastic wit and trade tips on how to rile up girls with childish practical jokes, while Asuna and Evie, both being the elders in their families, sigh and Facepalm in unison at the immaturity of their younger respective husband and brother.
  • Also has a place in Speech Ato M.

    Lua and Luca 
Lua and Luca, Deities of Half-Identical Twins (Rua and Ruca/Ruka/Luka, Leo and Luna)
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Left: Lua. Right: Luca.

Demigods

    Dipper and Mabel Pines 
Dipper and Mabel Pines, Gods of Polar Opposite Twins (Dipper: Pine Tree, Bro-Bro, Mason Pines, Overthinker | Mabel: Shooting Star, Hambone, Pain-bow | Both: The Mystery Twins)
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  • Demigods
  • Symbol: A blue pine tree (Dipper) and a shooting star (Mabel)
  • Theme Music: Gravity Falls title theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, with occasional Chaotic Neutral tendencies
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Twins, Mystery, Family
    • Dipper: Nerds, Detectives
    • Mabel: Energy, Fun, Art
  • Followers: Lola and Lana Loud, Zack and Cody Martin, Yuzu and Karin Kurosaki, Julius and Vincent Benedict, Princess Ava and Eva
  • Allies: Stanley "Stan" Pines & Stanford "Ford" Pines (their twin uncles), Pacifica Northwest, Dana Scully, Fox Mulder, the Mystery Gang, Emmet, Dr. Seuss, Rod Serling, The Crypt Keeper, R.L. Stine, Jack and Annie, Sans and Papyrus, Frisk, The Cutie Mark Crusaders, Yu Narukami, Phineas Flynn and Ferb Fletcher, Rom and Ram, Pippi Longstocking, Scrooge McDuck, Huey, Dewey and Louie, Star Butterfly, Leonardo Watch, Wirt and Greg, Tommy Wiseau
  • Enemies: Bill Cipher, .GIFfany, Flowey, Balloon Boy, GLaDOS, BROKEN Matt Hardy, D.W. Read, Shredder
  • Odd Friendship With: Ryu, Kenshiro
  • The two originally found their way to the Pantheon when Dipper decided to bring Mabel along to investigate an unopenable door he read about in Journal 3. To their surprise, when they went to find it, it opened instantly for the two of them. After deciding to go through the door, they found out they were in the Pantheon, where they set up their temple in the House of Family.
  • Dipper holds Agent Mulder in almost as much awe as he does the Author of the Journals for his enthusiasm to seek out the supernatural. Mulder, in turn, was very pleased to find someone who believes in the paranormal as much as he does. Scully just rolled her eyes when the two first met.
  • While Mabel was the first of the two to meet the Mystery Gang, she introduced Dipper to them afterwards, and the seven commonly go mystery-solving together (even if Dipper is disappointed by how rarely the Mystery Gang find any truly supernatural occurrences). During the events of "The Friendship Asylum", Dipper jumped to the moon when he and Mabel got to team with them.
  • The twins once met up with Jack and Annie, who showed them their treehouse. Dipper and Mabel soon joined them in their travels using the treehouse. (They are banned from using other time machines after an incident with Blendin Blandin).
  • Bob Belcher is puzzled by Mabel, since she has a similar voice to his daughter Louise. Still, Mabel sometimes comes to help him out with advertising, so he doesn't really complain about it.
  • One of Mabel's favorite hobbies is to spend her days in the House of Craft, sewing numerous sweaters for all her friends in the Pantheon. She has even approached Rarity for advice. While Rarity was initially hesitant for undisclosed reasons, she quickly warmed up to her.
    • Despite Mabel's unfortunate encounters with the unicorns of her world, she treats Rarity and Twilight and the other unicorns with her usual friendliness. It helps that many in turn are kind and good unicorns. She's also been trying to get Mordecai and Rigby to lighten up on them.
    • One of Mabel's other hobbies is to try and find her brother Dipper a girlfriend. Despite the stance spoken by their superior, Alex Hirsch, that has not stopped her in the slightest (since as she put it, it was "his words, not ours.") Dipper is embarassed by this, especially when it became known about his preference for redheads. As such, many of the attractive red-headed ladies found delight in teasing Dipper, though it's all in light-hearted fun and they do hold a high opinion of him. Mabel's efforts in this have escalated to where there are betting tables on who Dipper may end up, which include Pacifica (though neither are aware of this) and another with Wendy Corduroy. This has expanded to include other members of the Pantheon, with a surprising favorite being Twilight Sparkle.
  • Mabel has gone to several of the “grappling-hook experts” of the Pantheon to get better with hers.
  • The two have teamed up with Freddie Benson for their own shows: "Dipper's Guide to the Unexplained" and "Mabel's Guide to Life". Said shows have become popular with many gods, adult, child, and teen alike.
  • The two get a bit creeped out (read: a lot creeped out) by Hansel and Gretel due to their love of killing people, cross-dressing habit and incestuous tendencies.
    • Don't bring "Pinecest" stuff to them, otherwise they will ban you.
    • The same applies to BillDip fanfics.
    • They were not pleased to learn of another dimension where they were performers at the Tent of Telepathy, then worried with the revelation it was because it was a Mirror Universe. While neither have attempted to venture there, they have been writing stuff regarding to potential questions (namely the alignments of their friends and family and if the Bill Cipher of that universe was good?)
  • Mabel gets along with Charlotte LaBouf for trying to find their loves in life (Charlotte her prince, Mabel for an "Epic Summer Romance") and have playdates together.
  • Dipper was banned from the SCP Foundation after the incident where he accidentally summoning a bunch of zombies to prove he was right.
    • However, he was unbanned and given the title of honorary personnel after helping to stop Bill Cipher in the events of Weirdmageddon. He was also advised to invite his Grunkle Ford to the SCP, as Ford wrote the journals and has a lot of expertise in multiple universes, should Ford ascend to the Pantheon.
  • On their arrival, they stopped by the House of Friendship (which had recently been renovated to become the Friendship Asylum) and decided to investigate it. They have had to be banned because since they were newcomer gods, many of the gods involved with said asylum fear that they're going to get in lots of trouble just by entering it. Still, Dipper and Mabel are determined to get to the bottom of this mystery, whether people like it or not.
  • They became fast friends with the Eon Dragons Latios and Latias because of their similar personalities. Both were very upset when they heard that Latios once died because of Annie and Oakley's troublemaking, and are willing to help their new friends fend off their foes any way they can.
  • Were extremely pleased when they found out Pacifica Northwest had ascended to the Pantheon, since the only other person in the Pantheon also from Gravity Falls beforehand was Bill Cipher, who they are not on good terms with.
  • GLaDOS wants to disembowel Mabel with a power drill, use her guts to make an art project commemorating the event, and then kill her with Deadly Neurotoxin for her "crimes against science." Naturally, the twins avoid the House of Machinery and Technology.
  • Were extremely scared when they learned that Bill Cipher had arrived in the Pantheon, especially after he tricked Mabel into helping him start off his Weirdmageddon. However, his defeat in their universe thanks to Grunkle Stan and Grunkle Ford took away a lot of this fear.
    • They are also uneasy around Discord because of that, even if Discord is now on the side of good. They did become a bit more at ease thanks to Discord's own animosity with Bill.
  • Several of the gods in the Pantheon who specialize in information have been trying to get Dipper or Mabel to tell them Dipper's actual name (Dipper is a nickname, due to his birthmark). Neither of the two has revealed what said name is, even to their allies. Several of the gods have theorized because of this that Dipper thinks his actual name is embarrassing, or that "Dipper" simply fits him better. A recreated version of Journal 3 has revealed Dipper's real name: Mason Pines.] It's not known who knows this within their circle outside of Ford (and presumably Stan)
  • Mabel's popularity has gone up and down over the years, especially after Dipper and Mabel Vs the Future aired and she tried to freeze time around Gravity Falls forever as "summer" after she had almost hit the Despair Event Horizon. She originally tried to do this by giving Blendin Blandin the Dimensional Rift. Unfortunately, Blendin was possessed by Bill Cipher, who needed the Rift to start Weirdmageddon... and had just tricked Mabel, who had no idea what the Rift was, into handing it over.
    • It's because of this incident that Mabel feels that she can connect with Homura Akemi and after learning just how much Homura's actions affected the Pantheon, she's not planning on making a Magical Girl contract anytime soon.
    • Rumor has it that a certain someone attempted to approach her anyway... only to meet up with a very angry and serious Dipper Pines.
  • Recently both twins have been seen at the God Emperor of Mankind and Tzeentch's Duel Monsters tournaments. Mabel seems to like using the Madolche cards, while Dipper seems to favor the Subterror, Chronomaly, and Naturia archetypes. Dipper seems to like the strategy aspect of the game, and Mabel just likes cute things.
  • The Cutie Mark Crusaders like to hang out with them from time to time (under the very watchful eye on their vampire wrestler caretakers). The friendship with them, and the return of the asylum, has caused the Mystery Twins to once again get involved in the madness and set things right. Unfortunately, they ended up being possessed by XANA and assaulted Steven Universe to break the boy down...
  • The twins have since been trying to get their Grunkle Stan and their friends ascended to the Pantheon as well.
  • With the news that some of their people who worked on their show are in charge of reviving DuckTales (2017), they have befriended Scrooge McDuck and his greatnephews. Both Dipper and Mabel are in awe of Scrooge's adventures and both have been learning a fair bit from him. Mabel has also been trying to get Huey, Duey and Louie to call Scrooge their Grunkle, to everyone's amusement.
  • Recently, Dipper has been approached by none other than Kenshiro. When Kenshiro heard of a boy with a birthmark of the Big Dipper on his forehead in the Pantheon, he investigated and found Dipper. Dipper is in awe of the powerful yet noble man, especially when Kenshiro had offered Dipper to teach the Hokuto Shinken. While Dipper's answer is not known, some has noticed that Dipper (and Mabel surprisingly as well) have been able to deal with malicious trespassers by striking acupressure points, causing plenty of the evil gods to worry that Dipper will become the 65th Grand Master of the Hokuto Shinken.
    • Kenshiro's news of a potential successor to the Hokuto Shinken have gotten the twins the attention of Kenshiro's brothers, Toki and Raoh. While Raoh has maintained his distance in observing the twins, Toki has interacted with both of them. Much like with Kenshiro, the twins treated him with utter reverance while Toki think well of them for their hearts, to where he has also offered to teach them his healing techniques, both of which seemed more comfortable with.
  • In the middle of July 2017, they were able to announce a continuation of their adventures in a graphic novel, much to the joy of many.
  • They have shown an interest in another certain boy-girl duo and wish to know more about them.
    • Something that got to happen when Star finally ascended. Unsurprisingly, they all hit off very nicely. Mabel and Star adore and indulge in their various fancies with Mabel knitting Star a sweater while Dipper is very fascinated and excited by her magic while Star enjoys Dipper's energy in exploring the various oddities and mysteries along with his smarts and organizing skills. Star's complicated relationship with her herald/friend Marco is likely the only thing keepign Mabel from actively trying to pair her brother with Star (especially since, given the year differences of the show, they'd liekly be the same age.)
  • The twins ended up meeting a new friend in Leonardo Watch, who warned them about a mysterious weirdo following them... which turned out to be Bill Cipher of all people. This action led to the twins to befriending the strage young man and learning about the craziness about Hellsalem's Lot.
  • Both of them hate Toad the Wet Sprocket (especially their song "All I Want"). They are both annoyed when D.W. plays it all the time.
  • One time, Mabel beat the crap out of Tommy Wiseau for not giving her an awkward sibling hug. But... after she was captured by Wilford Brimley, she (and Dipper) joined forces with Tommy in the final battle.
  • The two befriended Wirt and Greg because the two brothers encountered strange and mysterious creatures in the woods. Mabel and Greg hit it off pretty well while Dipper began writing down the story of Wirt and Greg's journey through the unknown. Upon learning of The Beast, Dipper was quick to point out that it was similar to what Pacifica had to go through with the Lumberjack Ghost the only difference being that Wirt wasn't the one to end the Beast's reign of terror — that was the Woodsman — but Wirt was able to figure out the Beast's modus operandi by simple use of logic.

    Edgar & Ellen 
Edgar & Ellen, Divine Trickster Twins
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Ellen & Edgar
  • Demideities
  • Symbol: Their striped pajamas
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Half-Identical Twins, The Prankster, Too Clever by Half, Child Prodigy, Gadgeteer Genius, Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette
  • Domains: Twins, Pranks
  • Heralds: Pilosoculus/Pet, Ronan Heimertz
  • Allies: Piranha Plants, Cagney Carnation
  • Rivals: Mion & Shion Sonozaki (Friendly), Daffy Duck, Laetitia, Dennis the Menace, Screwy Squirrel
  • Enemies: Junkrat & Roadhog, Rhoda Penmark, Princess Morbucks
  • Foil to: Phineas & Ferb, George & Harold
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Candace Flynn
  • Avoids: Hansel & Gretel (Black Lagoon)
  • At the edge of the goody-good town of Nod’s Limbs there lies a 13-story mansion inhabited by the devious twins known as Edgar and Ellen. Having been abandoned by their parents a while back and not caring much, if at all, for hanging out with others, the twins take advantage of the fact their home is near a junkyard and use it to design various contraptions and unleash all sorts of mayhem in Nod’s Limbs. In spite of their intellect (or maybe even because of it), the pranks and contraptions the twins let loose are prone to backfiring on them in different ways. Whenever they aren’t busy causing mischief for others, Edgar and Ellen often prank each other at home, with the younger Edgar being a skilled inventor and escape artist while Ellen (who is older than Edgar by 2 minutes and 13 seconds) is a botanist and the one who usually takes the lead when the twins work together.
  • While going through the Gadget Graveyard for items to act out their next scheme, Edgar & Ellen noticed a scrapped letter that had an item inside. The twins opened it, hoping for something interesting, only to find a key that didn’t seem to be of any use at the moment, but Ellen decided to hold on to it in case something happened that would require it. After their next scheme ended up backfiring on them despite looking for a moment that it would work, the twins ended up back at their mansion, only to notice a gate further from their home. After they approached the gate, Ellen took out the key and used it to open the gate, revealing a much larger world very different from Nod’s Limbs. They were greeted by a Pantheonic mailman who introduced them to the vast world that they were a part of, though they were more interested in some of the mayhem that was going on behind him. When asked by the mailman if the Pantheon is going to be fun, Edgar & Ellen merely replied that they’re looking forward to bringing their own brand of “fun” to this world before getting accustomed to this strange and chaotic setting.
  • Ellen being a botanist meant that she takes the time to understand some of the more varied plants that the Pantheon houses, with many of them having varying levels of intelligence as well as some other, different attributes to add to their uniqueness. One kind of plant that Ellen took an interest in was the Piranha Plants; she even decided to bring home a black-colored Piranha Plant to show to Edgar. Although the Plant initially got involved with pranks at Edgar’s expense and still does whenever the twins are at home, Edgar and Ellen decided to make the most of that plant pet for some of their schemes. Ellen takes care of her Piranha Plant while still visiting the gardens that are home to other Piranha Plants, usually to take notice of their abilities to see if it's possible to come up with a special Piranha Plant that has all of the abilities of others of its kind that she can unleash in the Pantheon (the one that took part in Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is pretty close to what Ellen has in mind...). Cagney Carnation was another flower that Ellen took a liking to, though given how he has a fixed location compared to the Piranha Plants, she tends to make more of an effort to visit him, with Edgar often getting involved. Ellen has taken a strong interest in what Cagney is capable of and is looking to apply it to a smaller, but more mobile version of himself, the results of which Cagney is curious about, even if it ends up being used as part of a scheme by the twins. The closest thing to a smaller, more mobile Cagney there is currently are some of the denizens of the forest near Cagney's garden on the Inkwell Isles.
  • The twins can be seen as a darker counterpart to Phineas & Ferb when it comes to designing elaborate contraptions to liven up their surroundings. Whereas Phineas & Ferb’s designs tend to make things more fun for others in addition to themselves, Edgar & Ellen have made inventions that are designed to trick others for the twin’s own amusement. Candace Flynn, while still caring about Phineas & Ferb (even though she has tried to tattle on their shenanigans), ended up witnessing some strange events in the Pantheon, and her attempt at busting her siblings resulted in confused looks from Phineas & Ferb who mentioned that they had nothing to do with what was happening. She then took it upon herself to figure out what’s going on and found herself caught up in a prank instigated by Edgar & Ellen, who she identified as goth-looking twins. Subsequent attempts by Candace to bust Edgar & Ellen haven’t gone smoothly since not only is Candace subject to humiliation, but Edgar & Ellen are also prone to slapstick during such events. As for Phineas & Ferb, the two have noticed the events and inventions going around by these other siblings, and while Edgar & Ellen’s definition of “fun” is a bit edgier than how Phineas & Ferb use that word, the twins have extended an invitation to Phineas & Ferb for an invention competition as part of an elaborate prank, with Phineas & Ferb thinking over what contraption they should make to help them win this “contest”.
  • While Edgar and Ellen can normally be best described as "bratty twins", there are plenty of other twins by that same basic definition that are very different from them. The Sonozaki twins are another pair of troublemakers that take part in the chaos that Edgar & Ellen create, often through the use of games where something humiliating would happen to the loser. Edgar & Ellen aren't above laughing at the other whenever something embarrassing does happen to one of them at the outcome of such games, much to the annoyance of the other. On a significantly darker note, while Edgar & Ellen are seen as a bit creepy, the two are actually creeped out by Hansel & Gretel, a murderous duo that suffered a horrible past that played a role in them becoming criminals. The worst that Edgar & Ellen suffered in their past was their parents leaving them behind and not having much of an understanding of societal norms, but it didn’t change the fact that Edgar & Ellen do as much as they can to distance themselves from Hansel & Gretel in that no matter how crazy their pranks can get, they’re not trying to actively murder anyone in contrast to Hansel & Gretel’s psychotic enjoyment of such troubling (to put it lightly) behavior.
  • George Beard & Harold Hutchins are a pair of children that serve as a contrast to Edgar & Ellen when it comes to playing pranks on others. George & Harold are students in a miserable school and carry out a wide assortment of jokes to make things better for others, often at the expense of the mean-spirited staff members there, and those pranks have a tendency to get out of control. Edgar & Ellen decided to bring their brand of chaos to one of the Pantheonic schools, and it was there that George & Harold learned about other pranksters thanks to the fact that some of the students were getting tricked and George & Harold initially didn’t have anything to do with what the students were going through. What followed was a prank war between the twins and the two boys that turned the school into a mess and George & Harold (who are both nice kids in spite of their mischief) realized that Edgar & Ellen don't really care about what happens to others so long that they got amusement out of it. After their punishment that was a prolonged detention was finished, George & Harold saw the twins as rivals in the pranking game and neither party was going down without some hard slapstick falls.
  • Two prominent troublemakers that Edgar & Ellen got involved with were Screwy Squirrel and Daffy Duck, with both animals’ names being a clear indicator of what their behavior was like. While Screwy is indeed a consistently screwy creature that’s given the twins a hard time in the Pantheonic prank wars, Daffy also has an egotistical side that shows up independently of his wacky behavior. The duck’s greedy disposition often results in him messing up his own plans thanks to someone (mainly Bugs Bunny) being more aware and smarter than himself, a pattern that Edgar & Ellen are more than willing to take advantage of. Then again, given that the twins have a tendency of getting too carried away with their complex plans, Daffy has sometimes gotten the upper hand when going up against them. That and Daffy’s sometimes sudden mood shifts between crazy and selfish during these prank wars have thrown off Edgar & Ellen’s plans to make their tricks work.
  • Troublesome brats were just another type of individual in the Pantheon, with Edgar & Ellen fitting that category rather well and quickly finding out about other children who engage in mischievous antics. Dennis the Menace was one such youthful troublemaker who ended up wandering to the twins’ mansion one day looking for an adventure of some kind. Edgar & Ellen were busy planning their next scheme when Dennis arrived and the twins simply told him that it was a surprise before he left the mansion. A few days later, Edgar & Ellen were surprised to see that plenty of people showed up to their scam thanks to Dennis spreading the word about a “surprise party” that the twins were holding. Nevertheless, the twins followed through on their scheme and while it did work at first, the sheer number of people that arrived resulted in it gradually falling apart, not helped by the fact that Dennis tried to help Edgar & Ellen during that time. After everything unraveled, Dennis ended up running away and Edgar & Ellen had to retreat back to their mansion, with the twins getting annoyed with Dennis following that incident and often trying to push him away from their plans.
  • For all the trouble that Edgar & Ellen cause in the Pantheon, they are far from the worst kids in the long run thanks to some of their pranks targeting people more despicable than they are. Among some of the more vile kids that Edgar & Ellen came across included Rhoda Penmark and Princess Morbucks. One notable adversary of Edgar & Ellen was the snobbish teenager Stephanie Knightleigh and while she was at least capable of trying to hang out with Edgar & Ellen in between being a nuisance for them, Morbucks and Rhoda remain antagonistic to the twins for different reasons. While Morbucks was seen by the twins as a much more volatile version of Stephanie, Rhoda was someone who was far more manipulative and falling victim to the twins’ pranks only made her much more vindictive against them. Edgar & Ellen are more than aware of Rhoda’s ruthless behavior and have tried to avoid being caught by her while using their tricks to make things easier for the twins.
  • Edgar & Ellen ended up receiving a doll from an unknown sender who believed that the two would enjoy the company of Laetitia, a doll known for her unique pranks. At first, the twins decided to figure out how to work that doll into their schemes, but things took an unexpected turn when Laetitia took a preference towards Ellen, causing Edgar to feel a bit left out. Ellen felt compelled to get Edgar involved again, but she ended up following through on Laetitia’s plan and much to the twin’s shock it turned out the doll’s prank ended up being much more gruesome than what they expected. Edgar ended up finding some instructions on how to get rid of Laetitia when she wasn’t looking and doing so ended up being difficult to pull off thanks to Laetitia wanting someone to be her friend often to a lethal extent. As much as Edgar & Ellen aren’t in a rush to make friends compared to Laetitia and have a rivalry with other pranksters, the twins made it a point not to let Laetitia get involved with them again after getting rid of her similar to how other pranksters perceive the doll, no matter how much she wants someone to be with her.
  • The Gadget Graveyard is the name of the junkyard the twins visit to get ideas for their troublemaking contraptions and much to their delight, there were many other junkyards present in the Pantheon for them to scavenge various items for them to use. While looking for junk to use, the duo would learn of Pantheonic denizens who have a history of using garbage from the junkyard to create effective items, with Junkrat and Roadhog being another duo known for such. In contrast to Edgar & Ellen’s contraptions being made to annoy others for their own amusement, Junkrat has made explosive weapons out of junk for him and Roadhog to cause chaos and destruction with. Although not done out of any altruistic reasons, Edgar & Ellen have tampered with some of the junk that Junkrat and Roadhog get their hands on so that their weapons explode on them sooner, much to The Junkers’ irritation and the twins have gotten in trouble with them as a result. The SWAT Kats were also known for making weapons out of the junk that ends up in their scrap yard and given how versatile their weapons are, Edgar & Ellen have snuck into their scrapyard numerous times (usually whenever the SWAT Kats are busy with their heroics) to find anything interesting they can use for their pranks. While they enjoy going through the other junkyards in the Pantheon, Edgar & Ellen still have a fondness and preference for their own Gadget Graveyard at the end of the day.

    Hansel and Gretel (Black Lagoon
Hansel and Gretel, Gods of Creepy Twins (The Vampire Twins)
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  • Demigods
  • Symbol: Their weapons, which are a hatchet and a Browning Automatic Rifle.
  • Theme Music: "The World of Midnight"
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil (leaning toward Stupid Evil)
  • Portfolio: Creepy Young Twins, Villainous Twincest, Brother–Sister Incest, Twin Switch, Squick, Nightmare Fuel, Ax-Crazy, White Hair, Black Heart, Sadism, Freudian Excuse.
  • Domain: Chaos, Murder, Madness, Screwed up Childhoods, Depravity
  • High Priests: Nana and Nono
  • Followers: the Twins, Tomax/Xamot, Sorath and Tiriel
  • Allies: Vaas Montenegro, Johan Liebert, Alexia Ashford, Lucy, Balloon Boy, Reisuke Houjou, Belarus, SCP-993, Jack the Ripper
  • Enemies: Revy, Eda, Carl & Ada Clover, The PAYDAY Crew, Michael De Santa, Trevor Phillips and Franklin Clinton, Androids 17 and 18, Future Trunks, River Tam
  • Evil Counterpart to: Haruka & Sora Kasugano
  • These are some really fucked up children right here, and scare the shit out of a good portion of the Pantheon. It's not their life's dedication to random, senseless killing (pretty much two thirds of the Pantheon is like that anyways), but the fact that it's impossible to tell which twin is the "brother" and the "sister" because they keep swapping roles.
  • It's only gotten worse now they've become devoted to their new 'big brother' Johan Liebert and 'big sister' Lucy, of whom they share their passions of destroying human life and disturbingly convincing cross-dressing (with the former), as well as the twins viewing Johan and Lucy respectively as a father figure and mother figure to them.
  • The twins also have a small appreciation for Alice. Given her immortality and horrific sadism, a good time is had by the three of them whenever they arrange playdates. Belial and Nebiros are a tad squicked. Johan just smiles.
  • Rainbow Dash (and by extension Applejack), in particular tries to not be in the same room as they are. It's mostly due to the fact that Hansel sounds so similar to her.
  • Despite them being scary and sinister, there are a few Gods willing to cope with them.
  • Yuuko and Hideyoshi Kinoshita were likely to have been their followers, being that they were twins, especially with the latter's frequent cross-dressing, ability to mimic voice, his gender being seen as ambiguous to almost anyone (despite being confirmed as a male by Word of God) and swapping roles with his sister at one point, which would have made perfect fits as followers for them, until they looked at what Hansel and Gretel did and were Squicked by it and ran off in a combination of disgust and shock.
  • Sorath and Tiriel serve as their high priests, especially considering the Villainous Twincest and their penchant for killing people. Gretel especially gets well along with Tiriel until the latter got darrin'd.
  • Their relationship to Nicholas and Ava Zimmer is as yet unknown.
  • They have gained a new friend in the form of newly-ascended Reisuke Houjou. They seem to like to play games of hide-and-seek... Which means that one has to hide and avoid being killed by the other. They find the game plenty of fun but Reisuke does find the twins a little uncreative since they just straight murder instead of setting traps.
  • Once tried to attack Androids 17 and 18 to prove that they were the best creepy killer twins around, but beyond the initial moment of surprise they were unable to hurt them. They ended up defeated, but left alive by 17 and 18, then tied up by Future Trunks. They've vowed revenge since, but haven't had a chance to get it.

    Mio and Mayu Amakura 
Mio and Mayu Amakura, Twin Goddesses of Deciding One Twin's Death
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Left: Mio, Right: Mayu
  • Demigoddesses (Mio is a Lesser Goddess with the Camera Obscura)
  • Symbol: The Crimson Butterfly
  • Theme Song: Chou by Tsukiko Amano
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (Mio), Chaotic Neutral (Mayu)
  • Portfolio: Having A Different hairstyle for their Bangs, Age Changed in the Remake, Possess a Sixth Sense making them Perceptive to Ghosts, One is Fated to Die in the End (Both Can Survive, albeit under tragic Consequences)
  • Domains: Twins, Sisters, Cameras, Ghosts, Death, Love
  • Allies: Miku Hinasaki, Luigi, Jade, Frank West, Lois Lane, The Heroic Protectors of Family, Carol Anne Freeling, Androids 17 and 18, Lucas, Kyou and Ryou Fujibayashi, Death of the Endless, Raven, Raiden, Danny Phantom, Casper, Reimi Sugimoto, Akane and Nazuna Inuwaka, The Ghostbusters, Sae Niijima
  • Enemies: King Boo, Johan Liebert, Damien Thorn, The Child Abuse Supporters, Kayako Saeki, Sadako Yamamura
  • Wary Of: The Hall of Ghosts (They are aware that not all of them are malicious, but their personal experiences makes them nervous about the hall)
  • Pities: Sae Kashiwagi
  • Pitied By: Claus, Pollyanna Whittier
  • Symbolic Association: The Hall of Insects
  • Having a twin is an experience that tends to be inseparable, given you're born alongside them. This is the case for sisters, Mio and Mayu Amakura, who would often play with one another. After visiting their favorite childhood playspot in Minakami, the sisters witness a crimson butterfly and pursue it, ending up in an abandoned village. What follows is a series of malevolent ghosts who target the sisters, followed by Mayu suddenly missing. Equipped with the Obscura Camera, Mio sets off to rescue and protect Mayu at all costs whilst also dealing with the fact that she has to witness the downfall and last day of the village.
    • Although Mio was able to uncover a ghostly spirit known as Sae as the one behind the village's downfall, she is ultimately forced to choose a sacrifice between her or Mayu. There are different choices with their own set of consequences, but it seems the one that is confirmed Canon is when Mio sacrifices Mayu, which has left her traumatized and emotionally broken. Her grief is what results in her receiving the Tattooed Curse. She was imprisoned in the Manor of Sleep due to being unable to overcome the loss of Mayu and she's made it clear that she intends to pass away so that she could be reunited with her sister.
  • Mio and Mayu's ascension was complicated. They both entered together, but their destinations were different. Mio ended up in the House of Family and Relatives whereas Mayu was found in the House of Life and Vitality. Both houses were confused at the appearance of a dark-clad, short-haired girl, but the two were able to tell the difference between the girls by their hairstyle; while they're identical, Mio has a gap at the right side of her fringe, whereas Mayu lacks any. This cleared out the identification issue, but they were more perplexed at how both girls ended up in different places.
    • Many speculated that because Mayu died in the sacrificial ritual, she ended up in the House of Life and Death because of that. Mio being a survivor ended up at a different destination. The Court of the Gods decided to arrange a meeting with the two sisters, with the Heroic Protectors of Family and the Ghostbusters sent to pick up and escort Mio and Mayu respectively. The operation was a success and the sisters had a tearful reunion with Mio promising to never let Mayu go through the same pain and suffering that they had to go through back in their mortal lives.
    • Despite their reunion, The Court still had questions about Mio and Mayu, namely how they were able to ascend together, yet one of each ending up in different places, which felt incredibly odd as something like this hardly happens in the Pantheon. Mio didn;t have much to state, but Mayu recalled seeing a collection of "bright circles" flying over her to come with them, but she made a dash for a safe zone, sensing that they were up to no good. It didn't take long before finding out that the "bright circles" Mayu bought up were Boos under the orders of King Boo. With the situation of Carol Anne Freeling that occurred not too long before Mio and Mayu's ascension, King Boo has become a major target for accusations of torment and kidnappings surrounding ghosts and its only a matter of time before he becomes major headlines. For now, the Court has decided to place Mio and Mayu in rehabilitation in the hopes that they could recover emotionally and mentally.
  • Because of their arrival on two different houses, Mio and Mayu were given a position in the Twins and Reasons for Death sub-houses, which described the end-situation they were forced into. They winced on the prospect of their trope, but have decided to accept it. What matters more is that they're reunited and they want to spend time with one another.
  • Like Miku beforehand, Mio is equipped with the Camera Obscura, which she is able to use to stun ghosts from harming her or anyone else, in addition to exorcising them. It can also be used on benevolent ghosts as a way to communicate with them and seek guidance as a form of convenience. Learning about the presence of ghosts in the Pantheon, Mio has taken to possessing her Camera Obscura anywhere she goes to ensure she has a way of defending herself.
    • Mayu has a sixth sense; a strong perception towards ghosts and is able to interact with them without the Camera Obscura. While Mio also has this ability, her affinity towards this sixth sense is weaker than Mayu's. However, this strengthened perception isn't without its faults as Mayu is more vulnerable to spirits because of it. Hence, Mio has made it clear that Mayu shouldn't rely on it too much unless she's in a desperate situation.
    • Miku has once met Mio, though this was after what the latter had to go through regarding her curse and the tribulations her uncle Kei had to go through. The two have noted their similar experiences, including the loss of their sibling and fending off a collection of spirits, hence the two have decided to keep i touch with one another and see if they can find a way to make their Camera Obscura more effective against ghosts.
  • Due to their experiences with ghosts, Mio and Mayu were able to get along pretty well with Luigi, who himself has gone through a lot to save his brother from ghosts despite his reluctance and supposed cowardice. Luigi is planning to give Mio and Mayu some advice on dealing with ghosts, malevolent or benevolent, and has even offered them a Poltergeist device for use. The sisters gently declined, but have opted to remain friends with the green plumber for extra company.
    • On a similar note, they are grateful for the Ghostbusters for helping them reunite. The Ghostbusters have told them to be careful about the House of Life and Death, now that the twins are part of it and the likeliness of ghosts inhabiting it. Mayu would often try to interact with whatever ghost that would visit, though Mio would always accompany her just to make sure she doesn't get harmed.
  • On the subject of twins, Mio became close friends with Lucas, who was able to relate with her regarding the death of his own brother, Claus and has given both sisters condolences. The Fujibayashi sisters have also taken to hanging out with them and offering them amenities to cheer them up. That said, Mayu is rather hard to deal with, being somewhat demanding about her needs and feeling the need to be with Mio all the time.
  • Due to what the twins had to go through, efforts have been made to prevent them from approaching the House of Undead and Phasmata. While there are good-aligned beings there, its the malicious ones that tend to dominate much of the landscape there, plus Mayu's stronger sixth sense can be taken advantage of there. While King Boo isn't actually a member of the house, he very frequently takes residence there as he feels that his Boo subordinates would be more relaxed there. And even without the presence of the Boos, there's still beings like Kayako Saeki and Sadako Yamamura that Mio and Mayu would certainly want to avoid, although they do feel sympathetic about how and why they were driven into malevolence.
  • The sisters tend to get nervous whenever they hear the name Sae, which is justified, given how it was the identity of the spirit that pursued and tormented Mio and Mayu into the emotional state that they are currently in. That said, some effort has been made to make that issue less worrying, thanks to Sae Niijima. She decided to introduce herself as Ms. Niijima so as to not emotionally hurt the twins accidentally and told them about how she had difficulty in dealing with her own sister Makoto. She's told Mio that she's a great sister and to be proud of it. She told her first name after they had gotten accustomed to Sae, after which the twins weren't too nervous about it. They soon learned about Sae Kashiwagi. They were initially not happy with how she used crocodile tears to gain attention, but soon realized that she actually feels lonely and miserable about not having friends. Mio and Mayu have attempted to try approaching her, though they aren't sure if they could properly do it without thinking about the spirit of the same name. Hopefully Niijima's influence might be able to help out.
  • The Court made contact with Casper and Reimi, residents of the Ghosts sub-house to help out with Mio and Mayu. They've managed to easily become friends and even provide them with some needed emotional support. However, because Mio and Mayu are forbidden to have access to the House of Undead without defensive company, Casper and Reimi often have to commute to where the twin sisters reside.
  • Mio and Mayu are rather elusive when it comes to the Pantheon. It turns out that since their ascension was big news, that it was similar to Carol Anne's and there was an involvement with King Boo in that regard, they're a popular news topic and gossips revolving the twin sisters don't go unnoticed, much to their dismay. Mio feels as if she might get bombarded by several people into asking about what had happened, but because of how emotionally traumatized she was during her experience, she understandably avoids crowds and urges Mayu to not get reckless in that aspect either.
    • That said, they did meet up and became close associates with Carol Anne. Given they've both went through an incredibly tough time involving ghosts and spirits. Both also use a digital device to see and communicate with ghosts (television for Carol Anne, camera for Mio), though Carol Anne can use whichever television set whereas Mio can only rely on the Camera Obscura. They share several similarities, although Mio needs to prioritize Mayu over Carol Anne as the latter already has lots of residents looking after her.
  • While Mio is approachable and can be reasoned with despite her trauma, Mayu is more difficult to work around with. Some of her actions and personality traits can be rather erratic and she isn't above injuring herself to convince others to help her out. Mio, recalling the incident when Mayu took a fall to ensure they never stay separate, told her to not do that unless others begin disliking her. Some have noticed that Mayu is a little too attached to Mio, though this might have had something to do with her being possessed by Sae. With Sae being nowhere in the Pantheon, its not as apparent as it was before the Pantheon.
  • The twin sisters were viewed with interest by Johan Liebert, who has tried to approach them with "assuring thoughts". The Court panicked upon finding out about this and have taken to a lookout in case Johan ever manage to approach them. On a similar note, Damien Thorn also wanted to pay a visit to Mio and Mayu. His intentions weren't told, but the Court knew he would be up to no good. Johan and Damien have their ow intent onn what to do; the former wants to bring Mio and Mayu towards what he thinks would be "absolute despair" whereas Damien wanted to kidnap and sacrifice them for a cult ritual to appease Melkor and the different Pantheonic iterations of Satan.
  • Claus is sympathetic to the sisters, knowing how Mio must have felt and despite Mayu's erratic nature, is able to get along with her pretty well. He's told Mio to make the most out of her relationship with Mayu and that regardless of the difficulty, she shouldn't regret the fact that she's trying to be a good sister. Similarly, Pollyanna Whittier also gives them visits to look into the the positive side of life and do the best getting adjusted into the Pantheon. SO far, Mio is taking their advice well, though how much impact it makes towards Mayu is up for debate.
  • Due to their association with the phenomena known as the Crimson Butterfly, Mio and Mayu have a strange association with the Insects sub-house. Initially, they tried to figure out how, until it clicked into their minds that upon her death, Mayu became the butterfly that they are associated with. They are always welcomed into the sub-house though, where the twin sisters are often associated with love, passion and death the first two feelings going along with the color with the third feeling being a conclusive arc for the two in one way or another.
  • Sometime after getting accustomed into the Pantheon, strange ghost incidents began to occur, with hallucinations, kidnappings and hospitalizations becoming more alarming overtime. Mio and Mayu were among the first deities to be noticed and questioned about it for, given their experience with spirits. The sisters have stated that they have no idea on what is going on and that they don't feel as if they are ready to confront the situation itself. For now, they're stashed in the House of Family as the House of Life and Death seems too risky. Ghost hunters and benevolent spirits have since banded to confront the situation, though they're unprepared for what's to occur...
"Didn't we always promise each other... that we would always be together?"
Mayu
"Mayu, we'll be together...we will!"
Mio

Quasideities

    Hallie Parker and Annie James 
Hallie Parker and Annie James, Co-Twin Goddesses of Twin Switching
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Left: Annie, Right: Hallie
  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: a headband
  • Theme Song: Let's Get Together
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolios: Separated at Birth, Identical Twins attempting to Remarry their Parents though Coordinated Clothes, Fiery Redheads, Tomboy and Girly Girl
  • Domains: Good, Family, Trickery, Travel
  • Heralds: Lotte "Lottie" Kørner and Luise "Lisa" Palfy, Sharon McKendrick and Susan Evers (the novel and 1961 versions, respectively)
  • High Priests: Jake and Roy Rang
  • Allies: Elan, Dipper and Mabel Pines, Huey, Duey and Louie Duck, Charlotte LaBouff, The Hawkings Party
  • Enemies: Bill Cipher, Char Aznable, Hansel and Gretel, Lady Tremaine, Eliza and Neil Reagan, Malekith
  • Opposes: Monaca (Danganronpa)
  • Pities: Mikoto Misaka
  • Admirer: Jun Kazama and Mufasa, Jack Dawson (Hallie)
  • There were two factions in the running for the title. There were Sharon Mc-Kendrick and Susan Evers, the original versions on the one hand and Hallie Parker and Annie James on the other hand. The two stories were similar enough; both were identical twins sisters who were Separated at Birth. One day, the two managed to find each other on camp and after a series of disagreements discovered that they were twins. With that knowledge in mind, the two switched places to spend time with the other parent. But after finding out their dad was getting married to another woman, they decided to play matchmaker in order to bring the original parents back together. After some thorough investigations, it was decided that the title would go to the 1998 version of the characters. Sharon and Susan were given herald status afterwards as compensation.
  • The twins hold the greatest amount of their hate to Lady Tremaine. It all started when the two discovered that Annie's potential stepmother was directed by the God of Evil Stepmothers to to rob their father Nick of his estate and bring misery to Annie. The twins responded by directly helping the The Heroic Protectors of Family to prevent other kids from suffering a fate they almost did.
    • This extends to Monaca, though to a lesser extent. This is because the girl no longer actively fights for the GUAE. Still, the twins cannot forgive her as long as she maintains her title for those who hide behind a facade of niceness for nefarious goals.
    • This can also be said for the Reagan siblings. Annie did try to establish ties with the Reagans, but the later were not a fan of of their parents' generosity despite their combined wealth. The twins decided it would be best to cut ties with the siblings
  • On the opposite side of that spectrum, the twins maintain an admiration with Jun Kazama and Mufasa despite her clergy. The deities associated with missing parents beloved by their children, both took over the task in keeping watch over the twin missing the respective parent. When the twins ascended, they wanted to thank them for keeping watch. However, both deities have lived up to their names and remain absent from the two.
  • What united them the most in their rather odd food choices. For one, the two can be seen putting peanut butter in their oreos (more so for Annie as those snacks aren't as common in London). The two also share an allergy to strawberries. Nevertheless, Hallie is the bigger eater of the two, downing far more food than what you would expect from a normal girl.
  • As expected of twins separated at birth, the two never gained any bit of Twin Telepathy many other twins in the Pantheon are known for. It hasn't bothered them yet, but they hope to remedy that by spending more time with each other. Thankfully, there is no shortage of twins in the Pantheon who would love to help them connect with each other.
  • Elan stated that he had thought about taking that title away from them in his attempt to return to the Pantheon while bringing over his Evil Twin Nale with him. He was subsequently overruled by the rest of the Order of the Stick and rejected by the Court of the Gods. Regardless, he sees the girls has his best chance to see his brother again after his death at the hands of his father.
  • Dipper and Mabel sent the two their thanks for saving their world. It was a well timed Twin Switch that fooled Bill Cipher and gave them a chance to destroy the entity. While neither of their uncles are in the Pantheon as of now, the twins hope that their fellow twins could help them make that dream a reality.
  • The Weasley twins were impressed with their scheme to bring their parents together, one not that similar to other own antics. The two invited Hallie and Annie to the Weasley's Wizard Wheezes so they could try a few assortments for themselves. The twins even helped fitted them with a couple defenses of their own creation to ward out any suspicious characters.
  • Are amused every time triplets Huey, Duey and Louie decide to switch places with each other. Besides doing so for the fun of it, it also helped others find differences between the three that were not so easily apparent before. This helped differentiate each other even more in their latest incarnation.
  • The twins looked over various potential twins who switched with each other and discovered a potentially devastating one. Char Aznable may actually be the name of Casval Rem Deikun who switched places with the real Char who was assassinated. When the God of Chromatic Superiority was confronted with this, he replied that this was only one version of his origins. When pressed which version was the correct one, he remained coy about it before departing.
  • Clones may not be a part of their repertoire, but they noticed that Mikasa has had multiple instances of her clones mimicking her every move. Most of these clones though had tragic endings at the hands of their creators and other enemies. The twins have stated their support for the Goddess of Railguns and hoe to find some clones in the act to help them find new leases in life.
  • Made the mistake of trying to make friends with a certain duo of Hansel and Gretel. The Creepy Twins invited them over to their temple... and nearly killed their guests with their signature weapons. They are the only twins Hallie and Annie refuse to visit as a result.
  • Charlotte was delighted to bring the twins over to her home, thinking it would be the best way to learn how to take care of children. Wary of the motivations, Annie and Hallie nevertheless decided to go along with it. The first few days were a bit rough for the three, but once the twins decided to take care of things instead of enjoying her mansion, they managed to keep the house together.
  • Exclusive to Hallie:
    • When she found out found out that celebrities reside in the Pantheon as well, one of her first questions was whether Leonardo Dicaprio is in the Pantheon. The answer was sadly no and she was crushed at first. But looking into the roles he played, she managed to find the next best thing. It wasn't long before she walked into the residence of Jack Dawson. When the two saw face-to-face, there was a lot of awkward staring at her part... at least until Rose came by to snap her out of it. Embarrassed, Hallie said her goodbyes and walked away. Taken by pity, the couple agreed to let the girl visit them on occasion. To Hallie, it was a dream come true.
  • Exclusive to Annie:
    • Is what many would think of regarding Brits in general. Regardless, she has proven to be skilled in fencing and has no issues with camping in the California sun. It certainly helped when she switched places with her twin sister. She does hope that someone does manage to represent proper Brits.
  • Are also in the Trickery domain in the House of Mentalism.

    Kyou and Ryou Fujibayashi 
Kyou and Ryou Fujibayashi, Goddesses of Theme Twin Naming
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Left: Ryou, Right: Kyou

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