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Chernabog, Evil God of Darkness
- Greater God
- Symbol: Bald Mountain itself
- Theme: Night on Bald Mountain
- Alignment: Neutral Evil (possibly Chaotic Evil if he were more proactive)
- Portfolio: Satanic Archetype, Eldritch Abomination, being sealed in his mountain by day, Evil Overlord, Reality Warper, Creepy Awesome, Weakened by the Light
- Domains: Darkness, Evil, Demons, Fire, Night
- Allies: Xehanort (conjecture), Hades (is a fan of Chernabog), Yami, Gul'dan
- Opposed by: Sora, Donald Duck, Goofy, Riku, Amaterasu, Frollo
- Followers: His many legions of demons and ghosts
- Chernabog usurped this position from King Sombra. When asked how he did it, he said that he was pathetic, to say the least.
- There is no temple for Chernabog in the Pantheon, but rather Bald Mountain itself is in the Pantheon. By day, there is nothing to fear. But at night, Chernabog awakens and begins commanding his ghosts and demons to do whatever he pleases, or he just smothers them in lava. Many times, he does both.
- Despite the magnitude of his sheer presence, and the power he wields, Chernabog does not have as much clout in the Pantheon as one would expect, because he mainly keeps to himself. He will have his nightly "session" with all of his underlings, but will not do much else. The GUAE is interested in him, but messengers have a tendency to get killed, and sometimes brought back as ghostly minions for Chernabog.
- As Sora (and later Riku) can attest, he will attack anyone who comes near his mountain while he is awake, so the GUAE's plan may not be going anywhere for now.
- His one weakness (other than a Keyblade to the face) is the light of day, preferably with church bell accompaniment. When people are a little too nervous of Chernabog, Amaterasu (or her son) is called in to Cue the Sun and put Chernabog back in his mountain.
- Amaterasu has sensed power emanating from Chernabog that is quite similar to that of Yami, the source of all darkness in her home world. Since Chernabog is considered to be the devil himself, some wonder if they're somehow connected.
- In spite of being quite monstrous himself, Frollo holds nothing but the most venomous contempt for Chernabog, for being such a Satanic Archetype.
- Though he's named after a non-evil Slavic god, Chernabog acts and certainly seems to be based off of Satan. Satan himself had made no comment on the relation between himself and Chernabog, but has noted the beast is a sorry excuse for a demon: more interested in having those "juvenile raves" rather than using his power "productively".
- Lucifer has seconded the notion. While he's actually never met Chernabog, he's fairly sure the actual deity is a lesser demon of winter, death and decay.
- Has a rather embarrassing secret.
- Along with his role in the Pantheon, he also holds a position of power in the alliance of Disney villains known as the Friends from the Other Side.
- Ended up being part of "The Satanic Spirits of Pure Evil" with Nyarlathotep, Griffith, The Bittercold and Diablo. For whatever reason, Nyarlathotep made him the Team Pet.
- For safety reasons, DO NOT claim to be smarter than Chernabog, especially if your name is Homer Simpson.
Eris, Goddess of Slinking Evil (Discordia)
- Greater Goddess
- Symbol: Tartarus, a black... location with constellations.
- Theme Song: Tartarus
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil (though she does uphold her part of any bargains)
- Portfolio: Slinking Evil (Especially the hair), Very attractive and tall yet sinister goddess, Changing appearance and size at will, Intangiblity, Faux Affably Evil, Humanoid Abomination, Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette, Reality Warper, Invincible Villainess, For the Evulz, Loves the Sound of Screaming, bound to any promises she keeps, Mother of a Thousand Young, Ultimately started the Trojan War
- Domains: Chaos, Villains, Slinking, Otherwordliness
- Followers: Discordians, The Slinker, Wraiths, Sqweegel, Slick, White Court Vampires, the denizens of the Doldrums, Consul Atsukau, Trebol, Senor Pink, Sandersonia
- Enemies: The entire Greek (and Roman) Pantheon bar Hades (especially Zeus, Hera, Athena, and Aphrodite), Odysseus, Queen Penelope, Achilles, Percy Jackson, Annabeth Chase, Cassandra, YHVH and the Grand United Alliance of Law, all good-aligned Equestrian deities
- Special Relationships: Nemesis, Thanatos (her siblings)
- Eris ascended to the Pantheon when Melkor was looking for more villains for his cause; the whole mess of YHVH and Lucifer (and unbeknownst to him, also Nekron and the new Grand United Alliance of Machines) creating too many factions in this whole Pantheonic War. He found Eris after seeing how malevolent her slinking was, and invited her to the Pantheon. Seeing the chance to sow more conflict, she accepted.
- After a while though, she was enamored by Lucifer's shtick. To Melkor's relief though, she's still willing to help him out, even against the GUAC.
- Eris's domain lies far across the sea and follow a star she has marked. It leads to the Edge of the World, and requires a way to make your ship able to fly (or have flight capabilities already) in order to cross the gate. Given technology's advancements, this isn't as hard to do as the last crew that did.
- There's also a shortcut in her temple, but the Discordians and the rest of Eris's followers heavily guard it and keep it hidden. Only Lucifer, Melkor, and anybody else they entrust this information to have access.
- She gets a lot of flak (not that she minds) from the Greek Pantheon, especially Zeus, Hera (a rare case where they agree), Athena, and Aphrodite (the latter three for getting tempted by Eris's Apple of Discord), Ares (because he favored Troy, which eventually fell), for instigating the Trojan War, causing not only chaos in the mortal world there, but also Mount Olympus, where the gods there also squabbled. Why did she do all this? She wasn't invited to a wedding. A bit like with Maleficent. And the two get along for that reason.
- She's also not liked by Odysseus, who had been called away from home because of the Trojan War, his wife Penelope because she had to wait 20 years for him, Achilles for dying in that war, and Cassandra because she was a Trojan until after the war, in which the city ceased to exist.
- No, she's not the goddess of Chaos; that goes to Chaos his/her/its/whateverself. Eris is the goddess of discord, as in infighting, arguing, and conflict (and now she has Evil Slinks to her portfolio upon joining the Trope Pantheons).
- Zeus has another reason for opposing Eris; she sided with Typhon (as did Gaia, who created him in the first place), who had given him a hard time, and was feared by all the other Olympians except him (and Athena) before the monster was finally stopped by Zeus dropping Mt. Etna on top of him (trapping him there for eternity).
- There have been rumors that she and Discord used to have a thing for each other. However, the draconequus has denied ever having an affair with her, and since his HeelFace Turn, he takes time to protect Equestria from Eris's schemes whenever she feels like coming around there, usually in the form of a genderswapped version of him named Eris to mess with him.
Harbinger (Mass Effect)
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- Greater God
- Alignment: Lawful Evil
- Portfolio: Abusive Precursors, Beam Spam, Boss in Mook Clothing, Demonic Possession, Eldritch Abomination, Hero Killer, Implacable Man, Monster Progenitor, Nigh-Invulnerability, No-Nonsense Nemesis, Powers via Possession, Time Abyss, Villain Override, Having access to a LOT of controllable mooks
- Domains: Space, War, Chaos, Death
- Followers: The entire Reaper Collective, the Collectors
- Allies: Chtulu, Azathoth, Pazuzu, Perfectio, The Flood/Gravemind
- Rivals: Godzilla and the other various massive beasts, The Colossi
- Enemies: Commander Shepard, Elzam von Branstein, Jaeger Pilots, Mario
- Ascended for having taken over a huge number of Collectors during his battle against Commander Shepard. Was quite shocked when he found out that s/he was already residing in the Pantheon before him.
- A large number of the Mooks serving other villainous gods are quite nervous around him as he could at any ti-ASSUMING DIRECT CONTROL.
- Has recently had problems with controlling GUAE mecha grunts, since every time Elzam is around he could free-Trombe! anyone from his Demonic Possession.
- He sees Commander Shepard as the only true threat he has ever faced. Because of this, he does not screw around with him/her when he spots him/her and will turn all of his attention from everything else in an attempt to permanently kill him/her.
- Holds a deep detest for Life Fibers and those who follow them despite the similarities between them and the Reapers. This is because while he believes that he and his kind are preserving life by harvesting entire civilizations, the Life Fibers are merely feeding themselves.
- Upon discovering the Avatar of Victory universe, has began attempting to channel bending in addition to biotics through his overrides. However, since he has not shown up directly in that universe (yet), nobody is sure whether or not he has succeeded or if this is even possible.
- A brief skirmish with a Flood-infected fleet led by the Gravemind has caused Harbinger to ponder joining forces with them, as the Gravemind claims that the Reapers' true goal of preventing created species from overthrowing their creators aligns almost perfectly with the Flood's. One chilling recording of the conversation between Gravemind and Harbinger has put the rest of the Pantheon even more on edge.Gravemind: All is our creation, and all is in rebellion. Join us, machine, and we will give you the Synthesis you so desire.
- Deadpool once revealed to him that every move, choice, thought and action by him and the other Reapers is predetermined by the Catalyst, a highly powerful but emotionally simple AI that uses the Reapers for its own goal of galactic equilibrium, robbing all Reapers from any kind of true free will. Not to mention, that under certain circumstances, Commander Shepard can assume direct control over him. As you can expect, Harbinger went angry from the revelation and began destroying everything in his path. The SCP Foundation had to use its best amnesiacs to keep that specific memory forgotten, but it didnt stop Deadpool and Shepard from sharing a laugh at Harbinger's predicament.
Kaldr, Unholy Embodiment of Frozen Evil (Ancient Apparition)
- Greater God (possibly Overdeity)
- Symbol: Frozen shards
- Alignment: Neutral Evil
- Portfolio: An Ice Person, Black Mage, Evil Is Deathly Cold, Death of a Thousand Cuts/Gradual Grinder, Harmless Freezing, Kill It with Ice, Power Echoes, Squishy Wizard, Standard Status Effects, Cold, Frigid Wind, Eldritch Abomination, Embodiment of Ice and Entropy, Ghostly Chill, Ice Blast Shatter Enemies at Low Health, Blocks Healing and Regenerative Powers, Power Floats, Sentient Cosmic Force, Soft-Spoken Sadist, Ancient Compared to Fundamentals, Sometimes There's no Escaping Death by Ice Blast
- Domains: Villains, Ice, Entropy
- High Priestess: Louise Lincoln/Killer Frost
- Allies: Arthas Menethil, The Bittercold, Kel'thuzad, Esdeath(?)
- Enemies: Lina & Rylai, Pudge, Jack Frost, Kuai Liang, Cygnus Hyoga, The Toa Nuva (Especially Kopaka), Incubators, SCP Foundation
- Opposed by: Those With Healing Factors and Good-aligned Healers
- Following an incident where Kaldr escaped from a facility similiar to theirs, the SCP Foundation has been trying to capture him to prevent potential catastrophic damage. In fact, the SCP Foundation has listed Kaldr as a Keter-class.
- The Incubators as a whole oppose Kaldr (and possibly fear him) because he's the Embodiment of Ice and Entropy. Entropy being the heat death of the universe, which the Incubators want to prevent at all costs.
- Among healers and those who rely on a Healing Factor, Kaldr is one of the most feared. His ability to launch an ice blast with a global range is bad enough, but it blocks almost every single form of healing and regeneration. That the vicious frostbite from it kills and shatters those who're already at low health makes it even worse.
- In the final battle of the ancients for TI5, Kaldr is known for having been involved in the legendary "6 Million Echo Slam", securing his team's victory. The moment of the Ice Blast and Echo Slam combo was awe-inspiring, causing thunderous applause and cheers across several mortal planes and among spectating gods.
- Upon seeing his ascension, Kel'thuzad was pleased to see an old "friend" like Kaldr. They discussed fond memories of the good times they had fighting common foes during the original War between the Ancients.
- Learning of the Ancient Apparition through Kel'Thuzad, Arthas saw great potential in Kaldr. He managed to convince Kaldr to be one of his allies and help him out with any plans he might have for the Pantheon. In exchange, he sent a large group of his scourge to support him in the House of Water and Ice against the deities who do not approve of his presence.
- Can also be found at the House of Ice & Cold.
Light of Destruction
The Light of Destruction, God of Evil Light (The Light of Ruin)
- Greater God
- Symbol: Its own radiance
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil (masquerades as Lawful Evil)
- Portfolio: Eldritch Abomination, Light Is Not Good, Possesses People And Spreads Evil In People's Souls, Greater-Scope Villain, Time Abyss, Seeks To Destroy Everything (Or Be Worshipped In The Dub), Unrealistic White Hole, Evil Is Hammy, Absolute Evil
- Domains: Light, Possession, Destruction, White Holes, Malevolence, "Fate"
- Followers: Innominat the Suppressor, Armisael, Jakou, Arkaam the White Queen, Dr. Arthur Light, Ashen-Shugar, Nakadai Mikoto/Abarekiller, Celebrimbor, the Bright Lord, SCP-1591, Oslo
- Interested in: Griffith
- Varying relationship with: Sailor Galaxia, Takuma Saiou (enemies normally, allies when she's under Chaos' influence/when he's possessing Takuma Saiou)
- Allies: The Grand United Alliance of Destruction, Melkor, Kefka Palazzo, Deathwing, The Firebird, Giygas
- Headbutting Villains with: Galeem, Nekron
- Rivals: Darkseid, Dharkon, YHVH, Chernabog
- Enemies: Every deity (top priority Jaden Yuki and Yubel), the House of Friendship, Cosmos, Lucifer, Iroque, Father Balder, Melisandre of Asshai, Beerus, Shin, Ra, Eru Ilúvatar, Ungoliant, Amaterasu, Ezalor, Amara, any benevolent light or darkness user, everything else that lives.
- Out in space, there exists a strange white hole emitting a potent light. This light, the Light of Destruction, is a cosmic evil who's energy inspires calamities such as dictatorships and wars. Eventually possessing Takuma Saiou/Satorius, it founded the Society of Light to possess and control members to do its bidding. The Light of Destruction's ambition? To destroy the universe.
- The entity is hated by all Yu-Gi-Oh deities, but especially Jaden and Yubel who are destined to destroy it. It is also hated by the House of Friendship for trying to pervert The Power of Friendship into its sinister cult. Iroque hates that it would brainwash people to destruction, though the Light of Destruction pointed out she uses light to brainwash people for "good". Though in reality, it simply desires to twist the Indigo Tribe into agents of brainwashing for its own purposes.
- Naturally, all those who follow benevolent light consider it an abomination. Ra hates seeing light used for the same purposes as his greatest foe, Apophis. Melisandre had believed that there was no such thing as Light Is Not Good, however seeing what the Light of Destruction does has convinced her otherwise. Benevolent darkness users oppose the Light of Destruction equally.
- The evil light to Chernabog's evil darkness. Naturally, they're in competition. The Light of Destruction is also in competition with Darkseid in the field of brainwashing and destruction. It regards Ezalor as a rival, but this is one-sided and like any good force of light Ezalor despises the Light of Destruction. Ungoliant seems to think of it as food.
- Worryingly, there was one deity who appreciated the evil light; Melkor. To him, it is a great mockery of his creator Eru Ilúvatar, as the Light of Destruction seeks the same desire of corruption and destruction that the first Dark Lord did. That corruption of light symbolism led the Light of Destruction to be rather amused by Griffith's actions and wants to see his end goal.
- The other Grand United Alliance leaders oppose it for various reasons-morality for Cosmos, wanting life to exist for Lucifer and YHVH. Though YHVH at least seems to respect its use of using light to bring judgement and worship, seeing the Light of Destruction as more of a rival than traditional foe. To a lot of people's surprise, Nekron did not. Nekron is no fan of light, but he shares the same purpose and desire-the destruction of all life. And the Light of Destruction might give it an edge against the Life Entity and white light of creation.
- Believes that destruction is the destiny of the universe and claims it has happened many times before. While it considers itself a Destroyer Deity, Beerus thinks that it is merely a sadistic monster who destroys for the fun of it and hates it. So does Shin, who finds it just as repulsive as Zamasu. The Light of Destruction doesn't care about this, nor does it have much of an opinion on the mad Kai.
- Finds kinship in the Firebird and Deathwing are they are harbingers of destruction. It thought it might find allies in the House of Otherness Abominations. It soon pestered Amara and tried to goad her on to destruction, thinking it is the destiny of the universe. She vehemently opposed the Light of Destruction. It did find kinship with Giygas however due to ushering in an apocalypse.
- Saw some of itself within Galeem, being a monstrously destructive being of light that twists the world around it. Galeem seems to understand its actions and methods, however, considers it a bit too chaotic to be straight allies. Particularly that while Galeem hates Dharkon with a passion, the Light of Destruction merely considers Dharkon to be competition. Perhaps this is because it can see the two forces are far more similar in goals than they would ever admit.
- Has seen some of its former host in Sailor Galaxia, with a similar malevolent entity possessing her. When it does possess her, the Light of Destruction has an ally. Balder opposes him given the possession he suffered. And despite the name, it doesn't have any connection to Kefka Palazzo. Not that it doesn't approve of Kefka's use of light to cause mass death.
- One would think the Light of Destruction and Evolto would be allies considering that they possess their victims and have similar goals of destruction. What really happened is that the Light distrusts Evolto due to him backstabbing any ally he makes once they have already suited his ends. Evolto admits to that one, though he wouldn't mind being best buddies with the Light.
Brand, God of Burning Evil (The Burning Vengeance, Kegan Rodhe)
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: Fire, and lots of it
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil
- Portfolio: Evil Is Burning Hot, Loves To Burn Everything Around Him, Kill It with Fire Until There's Nothing Less To Kill, Incendiary Exponent, Wreathed in Flames, A Fire Elemental Possessing A Man, Glass Cannon, Doesn't Burn His Clothes, Did We Mention Fire?
- Domains: Fire, Destruction, Burning
- Followers: Zancrow, Heat Wave, Flame King
- Allies: The Grand United Alliance of Destruction, Ragnaros the Fire Lord, Aerys II Targaryen, Firefly, The Firebird, Deathwing, Majin Buu, Dr Weil, Dark Danny
- Rivals: Anivia, The Night's King
- Enemies: Everyone else in Runeterra, the Houses of Plants, Water and Ice, Swampert, Finn and Jake, Jaime Lannister, Weezing, Sunset Shimmer, The Spring Sprite, Alexstrasza, Barroth, Danny Fenton, Kratos
- In a faraway place known as Lokfar, there was a seafaring marauder known as Kegan Rodhe. Trekking through the arctic wastes, he would discover a mysterious ice cage imprisoning a dancing column of flame, which drew him like a moth to a flame. This would be the last thing Kegan Rodhe remembers; he would wake up transformed, becoming the vessel to the Burning Vengeance, Brand. Now he moves from Runeterra to the Trope Pantheon, as the living embodiment of all that is evil about fire.
- He's the complete Foil to the cryophoenix Anivia, who's both ice-related and good aligned. He's glad Ryze hasn't ascended as of yet.Brand isn't sharing the spot light. He tried but has given up on trying to find a proper partner due to being too unstable for any long-term partnership.
- He's rather interested with the Night's King. Like him he Was Once a Man(well, physically in Brand's case) before being transformed into extremes of temperature. The Night's King considers him a major threat, since with the wights Fire Keeps It Dead and Brand has a whole lot of it with him.
- Brand has one desire, and one desire only; to burn everything around him until there's nothing left to burn. Naturally, this puts him at odds with every single god of Runeterra, and much of the pantheon. He happily joined the Grand United Alliance of Destruction, serving as one of their pyromancers. So far, Brand is one of only two omnicidal maniacs in Runeterra; the other being Nocturne, who considers life offensive and disgusting.
- You'd think that the Grox and Brand would get along due to his desire to burn the world up, Groxiforming worlds. The Grox certainly thought so, but Brand was just frustrated because he couldn't burn them.
- Believes that Perses is a fellow "brother of the burning" like him, as they look very much alike. As such, he's angered at Kratos for killing Perses.
- In his desire to burn, Brand has sought out other fire entities to help him. He's become really good friends with the Firebird do to being ruinous entities, along with Deathwing as they're both insane pyrophiles. The good-aligned fire beings like Alexstrasza regard him as an abomination, however.
- Pyromaniacs need not to be fire elementals for Brand to get along with, any psychotic enough human can be his friend as well. Brand was impressed by the lust for fire that Garfield Lynns had, and is happy to let him play in his temple. King Aerys is just as welcoming to Brand, allowing him to use wildfire. The Burning Vengeance wishes to experiment with wildfire and explore its capabilities, much to the terror of everyone.
- Currently speculated that the entity who possessed Kegan Rodhe and became Brand is a scion of Ragnaros the Firelord. He does seem to recognize the Fire Elemental as a superior, at least.
- Finn and Jake have faced off against fire beings before in the form of the Flame Kingdom, including the evil Flame King. As such, they're on-guard when it comes to Brand. As is Jaime Lannister, who considers Brand to be the Mad King's wet dream.
- Nobody in the House of Water and Ice likes him, or the House of Plants; even Billy could see why. Weezing doesn't like Brand either, due to being extremly flammable. He considers the likes of Barroth incredibly frustrating since he can put out even his strongest flames. Even more frustrating is Swampert, due to being a Water and Ground type and thus incredibly effective at putting fires out.
- Though he and Majin Buu are friends, they can sometimes argue about which method of destruction was better. Buu argued that blowing shit up is fun, but Brand believed that he should savor the moment by lighting stuff on fire. He was interested in the creativity behind his Dangerous Liquid Bomb and turning people to candy, but still believes burning is more thrilling.
- Dr Weil was intrigued by the likes of Brand. They managed to make a deal; so long as his temple and dominions aren't touched, he'll help Brand with his "global burning". To his twisted mind, it means everyone will be forced to be ruled by him, for his torment.
- Asides from his normal form, Brand has a number of skins available. He's capable of turning into a well-dressed zombie and a fiery spirit, which he takes on whenever he visits the Undead or Ghosts sub-houses. He considers Danny Fenton to be a major nuisance due to his ice powers, so will team up with Dark Danny to stop him.
- As strange as it seems, Brand has a Cryocore form. No-one's quite sure how this works, but the reason for this get-up is probably to try and sneak into the House of Water and Ice. Sometimes he also dresses up in vandal clothes as Vandal Brand, or puts on gas mark gear as Apocalyptic Brand.
- No-one's quite sure how his clothes stay intact, despite being Wreathed in Flames.
Eneru, God of Evil Electricity Users (Enel, God)
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: The drums in his back, with lightning going between them
- Alignment: Neutral Evil
- Portfolio: Psycho Electro, Nigh Invulnerable, A God Am I, The Sociopath, Averting The Sorting Algorithm of Evil, Weaksauce Weakness, Kryptonite Factor, Where I Was Born and Razed, Person of Mass Destruction, Shock and Awe, Thunder Drum
- Domains: Lightning/Electricity, Haki, Tyranny, Evil
- High Priest: Maxwell Dillon/Electro
- Allies: His four "priests"
- Enemies: Luffy, The rest of the Straw Hats, Akainu, Boa Hancock, Thor, Cole MacGrath, Fate Testarossa-Harlaown, The Magical Girl Sisterhood.
- Ironically, Sakazuki/Akainu dislikes him greatly despite both opposing Luffy, viewing him as a threat to the world due to his destruction of Skypiea.
- A good deal of the Pantheon was disturbed when he ascended; however, they still have Luffy as a countermeasure for him, and he's gotten far stronger since he last fought Eneru, so nobody's that concerned.
- It has been brought to the attention of the Pantheon that back when Fate Testarossa-Harlaown was the Goddess of Lightning, he used to hold that position, but for some reason all stories involving his being such had been covered up. The Question is, of course, investigating the matter, but Eneru doesn't much care for that anymore now that he has a new position for himself. He's still miffed that his position had been stolen and nobody had known about it and has since sworn vengeance on Fate.
- The Technology house has been attempting to study the "Spaceys" that he awakened on the moon.
- After his ascension, was (though he doesn't know it) dubbed as the Pantheon's backup power supply.
- Due to his Haki and Shock and Awe powers allowing him to strike from miles away at will, he is being watched carefully by the GUAG.
- Upon discovering that, while he was a god in the Pantheon, he was not the top god, attempted to confront Dream to steal his position. Dream imagined a small pool around Eneru, rendering him powerless, and sent him back to his temple. Eneru has not tried since, but it is rumored he is planning with some of the other evil deities to steal Dream's position.
- Has been trying since he ascended to add some of the female deities to his harem of women. One of his more well-known (due to its failure) attempts was when he tried to kidnap Ysera, who promptly sent him into a coma. All of his other attempts have been thwarted by the Magical Girl Sisterhood and Luffy. And even he knows better than to try Mithra.
- Also present in the House of Electricity.
- Some groups have taken a greater interest in his powers when in one of the video games (Gigant Battle 2), his electric Logia abilities were able to counter the seemingly-unstoppable light Logia powers of Admiral Kizaru.
Kalibak the Cruel, God of Brutish Villains
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: His Beta Club
- Alignment: Lawful Evil
- Portfolio: Physical God (literally), The Brute and not much else, The Unfavorite, Butt-Monkey, Hiding Compassion From His Father, The Beta Club, "Well Done, Son!" Guy, Mighty Glacier, Jealously Towards his brother Orion, Agony Beam
- Domain: Evil, Tyranny, Power, Brutality, Strength
- High Priest: Aleksei Sytsevich/Rhino
- Followers: Dodoria, Red Grant
- Superior: Darkseid, his father
- Allies: Granny Goodness, Bowser Jr, Loki, Magikarp, Nappa, Cooler
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Desaad, Archaon the Everchosen
- Enemies: Superman, High Councillor Kal-El, Orion (his half-brother), his father's enemies as a whole (mainly Big Barda and Highfather), Jin Kazama, Zuko, Simba, Xerneas
- Opposes: Ragyo Kiryuin
- Kalibak is the first-born son of Darkseid, and one of his chief lieutenants. Though his biological and adoptive brothers would become staunch enemies of Darkseid, Kalibak remains loyal to his father and carries out his will. Said to be the god of brutality and cruelty, he is not known for intelligence and is kind of stupid. However he is physically strong and an effective fighter for the forces of Apokolips.
- Kalibak has made it his main mission to kill Superman, in hopes of impressing father. Superman's response? "Knowing Darkseid, he'd probably be angry at you for stealing his kill." Kalibak's response was a flustered "Umm...talk to the fist!", punched Clark, laughed and flew off in a rage. Ironically it's Orion, the son who stands as Darkseid's enemy, that Darkseid likes more. Interestingly while enemies with Mister Miracle, he's willing to sit down and negotiate with him, suggesting a Friendly Enemy relationship.
- In spite of being treated like trash from his father, he was born of the only person Darkseid ever loved, assassinated by former Apokoliptian queen Heggra. It's believed that Darkseid keeps him around solely because of that love, despite his relative incompetence. Though this hasn't been confirmed due to Darkseid's tendency to kill anyone who mentions it, in order to eliminate any signs of weakness.
- Valuing loyalty and order like his dad, Kalibak HATES whenever someone opposes their parents or superior. It doesn't matter what they do, he believes you should always seek approval from your master, and dislikes Jin Kazama and Zuko for doing so. it N has tried to help him realize his father isn't worth it, and while it's gone to no avail. Kalibak at least doesn't seem to hate N, but does oppose him on the basis of N's heroism and the tyranny/brutality he brings naturally being foes.
- Good friends with Loki. At first, Loki just saw Kalibak as a henchmen, albeit one limited by his Undying Loyalty to his father. But after discussing their family issues, the two have formed an Odd Friendship. He's also joined forces with Bowser Jr in order to learn how to be a better Overlord Jr.. Kalibak is friendly with Nappa as well, given their shared role of muscles and powerhouses of larger villains.
- Darkseid was once allies with YHVH, but now he seeks to form his own alliance, the Harbingers of Repression. As such Kalibak has broken ties with the Grand United Alliance of Law and focuses on members of his father's new alliance. He has come to get along with Cooler, being conquerors with family issues. Because of how tenuous Archaon's relationship with Darkseid is they have a more difficult time with one another, however Archaon is sympathetic to how his father abuses and uses him as a pawn considering that Archaon is a Child by Rape that was manipulated by the Chaos Gods.
- Lysandre, under a deal between Darkseid and YHVH, loaned his Magikarp to Kalibak. Once it became Gyarados, the two got along well. Perhaps Kalibak relates to it being under-estimated, but ultimately proving a force of power and brutality. Their alliance has managed to last even outside of his father's relationship with YHVH dissolving.
- In an alternate universe, he attacked a city and found the ire of a Superman who'd just lost his wife, child and entire city. It did not go well for him, leaving the New God terrified when he learnt that Superman is in the pantheon. He has grown to hate the Plutonian and the Homelander as well, being that they're Superman expies who are also homicidal and have no compunctions with killing.
- When his father gained the Anti-Life Equation, Kalibak took the form of a lion. Liking his new form, He decided to hop over to the House of Beasts and take it over. Simba fought him when he vied for his position, however it was Xerneas who ushered a brutal beatdown that kicked him out of the House. He is afraid to enter the house again because of this.
Kurogiri, God of Villainous Teleporters (Black Mist)
- Intermediate God
- Symbol: A dark, swirling portal
- Alignment: Lawful Evil
- Portfolio: Ambiguously Human, has a Quirk that gives him and his allies an unfair advantage over the heroes, wears a nice suit, an evil, walking mass of dark fog, has a deep voice, has no discernible face aside from his eyes, Faux Affably Evil, can make people half the person they used to be, a living warp gate, IS the villainous exit, acts as a mass teleporter for himself and his villainous allies
- Domains: Villainy, Teleportation
- Allies: Melkor, Himiko Toga, Hannibal Lecter, the Grand United Alliance of Evil
- Odd Friendship: Number 96: Black Mist
- Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: "Hero Killer" Stain
- Enemies: All Might and Izuku Midoriya, Nedzu, Ochako Uraraka, Shoto Todoroki, Tsuyu Asui, Katsuki Bakugo, Tenya Iida, Kuroko Shirai
- Opposes: Sans
- Opposed by: Warrant Officer Schrondinger
- Melkor played a major part in Kurogiri's ascension. He took great interest in Kurogiri due to just how potentially useful he could potentially be to his cause. Kurogiri's ability to teleport himself and massive numbers of his villainous allies at once really caught his eye. And so Melkor offered him godhood in exchange for his servitude to the GUAE. He accepted without much hesitation.
- The news of Kurogiri's ascension hit really close to home for All Might and his successor, Izuku Midoriya. Kurogiri almost killed All Might once, but was stopped just in time. Izuku witnessed the whole thing. Now, with Kurogiri added to the ranks of the GUAE, they are more concerned than ever about their potential to reap chaos throughout the Pantheon. Nedzu, Ochako, Shoto, Tsuyu, and Iida are greatly concerned about his presence as well. Bakugo, however, just wants to straight-up fight him.
- Kurogiri is very much disliked by Kuroko Shirai. She despises him on the basis that he gives those with teleportation powers a bad name. All in all, Kurogiri is living proof that "support" powers are not inherently good, and she cannot stand it.
- Reportedly, if Hannibal Lecter is to be believed, Kurogiri runs a bad-guy bar somewhere among the ranks of the GUAE. He claims to be a frequent customer and regular of Kurogiri's.
- Kurogiri has been noted to be somewhat of a team mom in the GUAE. Due to his Warp Gate Quirk, he's able to easily separate members should conflicts ever get out of hand. Should anyone go off the deep end, he's fully capable of taking control of the situation.
- One time, Sans approached Kurogiri, believing him to be Grillby. He looked a lot like him, at least from behind and at a distance. Having been excited to see his friend ascend, Sans was understandably disappointed to learn that he wasn't Grillby after all. Now Sans has taken to calling Kurogiri "Evil Grillby." This, of course, greatly annoys him.
- Kurogiri is definitely not to be confused with the other Black Mist. Strangely, though, while others assumed that they would be at least somewhat annoyed with one another over their shared name, they actually get along fairly well. Kurogiri, however, cannot shake the suspicion that Black Mist is only hanging around him to make things confusing for All Might and Izuku.
- Ever since Kurogiri's ascension, Warrant Officer Schrodinger has harbored some resentment towards him. Schrodinger once held his title, but eventually had to give it up, instead sharing a title with the rest of Millenium. He maintains to this day that he should have been the one to hold this title, not Kurogiri.
- The rest of Millenium does not share this sentiment, however. Sometimes, they actually find themselves having to apologize for Schrodinger's behavior, as they claim that his attitude in response to the situation is childish and does not reflect them as a whole.
- Upon hearing that a so-called "Killer of Heroes" was among the ranks of the Pantheon, he immediately thought of the Hero Killer of his world, Stain. After a brief scouting, he discovered that the Pantheon's resident Killer of Heroes was not Stain, but Barbatos Goetia. Although Kurogiri finds him to be extremely irrational at times, the two of them are at the very least on speaking terms. Sometime later, Stain ended up ascending for real.
- Kurogiri is also present in the House of Travel.
Chris Walker, God of Unstoppable and Determined Pursuers (Big Fucking Guy, The Soldier, Strongfat)
- Lesser God
- Symbol: The Heads of His Victims
- Theme Song: Chris Walker chase themes
- Alignment: Chaotic Evil with a twisted shade of Lawful Neutral
- Portfolio: Acrofatic, Pig Motifs, Anti-Villain, The Brute, Chain Pain, The Dreaded amongst the Variants, Shell-Shocked Veteran, Stout Strength, Tragic Monster
- Domains: Inmates, Insanity, Strength, Determination, Head-ripping
- "Allies": Piggsy, Roadhog, Spooky, Needless Kane
- Rivals: Nemesis
- Enemies: Lois Lane, Jade, Dr. Angus Bumby, Jill Valentine
- Pitied: Anyone who suffered from PTSD
- Opposses: Martin Walker
- Chris Walker was once a soldier serving in Afghanistan but after returning and heavily suffering from PTSD, he wanted to get treated. Unfortunately that landed him into Mount Massive Asylum, a place where he was used as a Human Resource for the Morphogenic Engine, which did wonders for him. During the incident where the Walrider broke out, Walker made his duty to stop the creature from escaping the facility, which prompted him to chase the reporter Miles Upshur every went he went to ensure he didn't make contact with the creature. In the end after cornering Miles, the Walrider swiftly took care of Walker and caused the big guy's death.
- Even though the threat of the Walrider is nowhere near the pantheon halls, Walker insists in eliminating anyone who might prove to be an effective host of it, so it's not uncommon for him to start chasing some poor sap that stumbled upon him endlessly until he is either stopped or he catches them. He is so persistant in capturing his victim that he follows them anywhere, regarding of house.
- If you happen to be caught by Walker, he will either throw you around or or Rip your head off. And he tends to keep the latter as trophies in his temple.
- He tends to refer to his victims as "Little Pig" and his look invokes an overall Pig Motif. This might be why he is not hostile towards Piggsy, a similarly deranged killer with a Pig Mask to boot.
- The reason of his looks, besides the Morphogenic Engine driving him mad, he started mutilating himself after feeling that his skin was holdin him back.
- Many pity poor Chris given that he suffered for a severe case of PTSD, which many can agree that is not pretty. Many veterans were devastated to learn of how Walker wanted to treat his condition, only to land in Mount Massive asylum.
- Coincidentally, there is another from the military whose also named Walker. While they are not related, Chris wants nothing to do with such a lousy captain.
- Because of his experience chasing Miles around all the asylum, Walker has grown a distaste towards Reporters, especially the intrepid ones. According him, those little piggies are very slippery.
- One time wandering around in the pantheon, he stumbled upon Roadhog and immediately tried to attack him but he got quickly taken care of because Roadhog was armed (And he is bigger than walker). They have remained in amicable terms since Roadhog also tends to refer to his victims as "little piggies" and may or may not be physically altered as well.
- Spooky saw potential in Walker and decided to offer him a spot in her mansion as another specimen. Walker didn't take her offer at first but he wandered in the mansion anyway as a constant pursuer of anyone who enters. Apparently he was told that a being worse than the Walrider was located in there and Walker would not let that happen again.
- Has a very low opinion on Mad Scientists and Psychiatrists, considering he wasn't treated correctly but instead experimented on, which causes what he is today. He has a special distaste for Dr. Angus Bumby considering how he handled his patients and has ocassionally ripped his head off more than one time. Not that anyone minds.
- He used to have a little stuffed pig that kept him company when he was being treated during his time in the asylum. It's adviced to not make fun of it unless you want your head gone.