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Sometimes, villainy can be seen in various different perspectives. It can be mysterious, terrifying, disgusting, or even admirable or inspiring. Whichever is the case, reputation is a defining factor for a villain.
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Greater Gods

Diavolo, God of Not Wanting To Be Seen (The Boss, Solido Naso, Vinegar Doppio)
Vinegar Doppio 

Xykon, God of Proud Villainy
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: A skull wearing a crown
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Skeletons and Style, Animate Dead, Brilliant, but Lazy, Jerkass, Book Dumb, Combat Pragmatist, Contemplative Boss, Contractual Genre Blindness, Dracolich, Enfant Terrible, Evil Is Petty, Faux Affably Evil, Killing innocents out of boredom, Complete Monster
  • Domains: Chaos, Evil, Vile, Destruction
  • Allies: The Monster In The Darkness, Harley Quinn, Redcloak, The Joker, Edward Enigma/The Riddler, Leoric, Terrorblade
  • Enemies (Not that he cares too much): Roy Greenhilt, Haley Starshine, Elan, Varsuuvius, Belkar Bitterleaf, Uther The Lightbringer, Yrel, Cecil Harvey, Miko Miyazaki, Leeroy Jenkins, Sans, the Grand United Alliance of Destruction, Usalia, Knight Gundam
  • Given Xykon's extremely short attention span, people are taking bets on how long it'll take before he'll either step down or try to destroy the pantheon. Either way, he plans to look completely awesome doing it.
  • Xykon has met The Joker, with a hilarious rampage ensuing. Xykon in particular admire him the most when he isn't trying to justify his actions.
  • Even though the Order of the Stick are his enemies, he can't be bothered to remember them or their names. Most gods can't tell whether he does this by accident or on purpose.
  • Some gods wonder if he knows that Redcloak's goals weren't completely broken and is still trying to use him.
  • Doesn't care much for ally Tsukiko or the fact that Redcloak openly confessed to killing her. He's fine if they bicker so long as they kill his enemies and don't screw things up for him.
  • Very open about his disdain for paladins. The reason he hasn't directly engaged the new paladin enemies he's made in the pantheon is that he's bored rather than worried. He instead contemplates the issue by bragging about the paladins he's already killed.
    • The only paladin in the pantheon he hasn't talked about viscously killing is Leeroy Jenkins only because that latter amuses him and Xykon believes he'll probably take of himself and anyone dumb enough to be near him.
  • Is opposed to the Grand United Alliance of Destruction because the best case scenario for him if they realised their plans would be fighting undead for the rest of time. An idea that incredibly bores Xykon. He'll only go an omnicidal rampage if he's really, really bored.
  • Xykon is very picky about how his name is spelled. Don't write it as something like "Zykon" or even speak his name thinking it's spelled like that.
    • This doesn't stop him from trying to kill those who give him names that are too hard to pronounce or a mouthful.
  • He's notably annoyed by Usalia given that he resistances have made her more difficult to kill than most.

Intermediate Gods

    Barbatos Goetia 
Barbatos Goetia, Killer of Heroes

Junko, Goddess of Bad Purity
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: Seven energy tails
  • Theme Music: "Pure Furies ~ Whereabouts of the Heart"
  • Alignment: [PURIFIED]
  • Portfolio: Divine Spirit of Pure Resentment, Having Only One Name, Simple But Deadly Spellcards, Wants to Kill Chang'e For What Her Husband Did, Will Do Anything To Get To Chang'e, The Strategist, Fox Motifs
  • Domains: Purity, Spirits, Combat, Revenge, Hatred
  • Allies: Gigyas (and by extension, The Starmen) The House of Vengeance, Asgore Dreemurr, The Batter (her former high priest)
  • Enemies: HOUYI!, Chang'enote , most other Touhou deities
  • Opposes: Gods related to the Moon
  • Junko is a Divine Spirit who has the power to purify anything. Purity being like refining substances from impurities. However, in the past, she had a son who was killed when the husband of the Lunarian Chang'e shot down nine suns, with one of them landing on her son. Enraged, she used her powers to purify herself to the point where the only thing left in her is the unending resentment what she has for the man who killed her son. However, she purified herself to the point where she can't even really recall why she feels this hatred, and wants to kill Chang'e just because. Especially if you believe that Junko already killed Chang'e's husband (who might have also been Junko's husband).
  • When she heard that Houyi was in the Pantheon, Junko flipped. Though it wasn't because she met her son's murderer again. No, she has purified those memories. Instead, it is because he even dares to be associated with Chang'e. When the two met, she was both really gleeful and really angry meeting him, as she sees him as a way to finally unleash her anger at someone who matters.
    Junko: My mortal enemy, Chang'e. Are you watching?! Gaze as I kill your dear husband, and I will do it over and over and over again, until my very existence is gone!
    • However, before the war would go anywhere, the guardians of House of Life and Death came between the two and drove Junko away. She is currently banned from the House, but Junko has plans to invade the House. That, or try to draw Houyi out by still targeting Chang'e, wherever she might be.
  • Even though she is practically the manifestation of resentment, she seems rather happy, and seems to not be as pissed off all the time. She can be calmed down for long periods of time if she can release her pent-up anger, and can be sort of pleasant after that. The House of Vengeance consider her a really potent outside member due to the extremes she basically went with herself to feed her anger and thus fuel her revenge. House of Hatred and Rancor have a bit of a weird thing with her, as while her very nature would make her almost a Living Battery to the House, her unnaturally calm behaviour from the outside sort of counteracts it.
  • While the full application is bit unclear, her powers can be described as being the ability to create gods by returning the objects form to their formless shape before objects had names to tie their existence together. Plus, she can turn anyone into an Anthropomorphic Personification of something, like turning an army of fairies into pure lifeforce with shape.
  • As someone associated with the idea of purification, she has come to see The Batter as an extension of her own power. His willingness to fight for purity reminds her of herself and her own abilities, stripping away everything and becoming just a pristine state of one thing- justice for The Batter, and hatred for Junko herself. As of now, she has attempted, many times with varying degrees of success, to add The Batter to her long list of plans for revenge against Houyi & Chang’e, but is careful not to rope him into her schemes regarding Gigyas, as she knows he’ll likely go back on his word when he learns about that.
  • Could have possibly overthrown Guile from the "Simple, But Practical Combat" throne, as even though Danmaku is a sport of style and flair, Junko's techniques aim to be the most simple and deadly as possible.
  • She really dislikes gods who are associated with the Moon, especially those from the Moon, as she thinks that they would be in her way on getting to Chang'e. She doesn't really care who the particular god is, she is that straight-minded about her goals.
  • One of more scarier things about her is that she can be a really good strategist. Alongside the Goddess of Hell Hecatia, she was able to practically corner the Lunarians by turning an army of fairies to be full of life force to make the Moon impure, and knowing that they could try to escape through the Dream World, she sent Hecatia to trap them there, in hopes that the Lunarians would try to physically flee the Lunar Capital, and thus allowing her to get a shot at defeating Chang'e. But after months of essential cold war and the interference of earthlings with no impurity coming to stop her, she decided to call off her plans. Even if even after she surrendered, she still held the Lunarians hostage and had to be defeated again. And mind you, that is just her most recent plan to defeat the Lunarians. She has been going at it for years when she can't contain her rage.
  • She has a weird relation with Asgore of all people, as both of them lost a child and swore vengeance for their death. However, they have a little bit of a back and forth on things, as while Asgore wants Junko to forget her grudge and move on, Junko doesn't understand why would Asgore abandon his own grudge and wants him to try to carry it out.
  • If there is something what can be called funny about her is that she seems to try to annoy Chang'e the best she can with her actions, constantly asking her if she's watching. The stuff she does can be rather petty, like destroying games just because they are related to the Moon.
    • Another thing what she has been doing recently is killing toads to vent herself up due the fact that Chang'e was transformed into a toad after she was prisoned.
  • One day, a strange bear calling himself Monokuma came to her and told her that there is someone who could help her on her ambition. Interested, Junko accepted the bear's offer and followed him to his master. When they arrive at the temple, however, Junko was suddenly struck something she never would have imagined: a video recreation of the moment when her son died in really gruesome way. Turns out that the whole thing was a plan by Monokuma's Mastermind, Junko Enoshima to see if a Divine Spirit like her can fall into despair...
    • ...Which, at it turns out, is not quite the case. Instead, what ended up happening is Junko got extremely mad at Enoshima for finally bringing her suppressed memories back, and attacked her. However, since Junko knew that trying to kill Enoshima was pointless, she threatened to use her powers to turn her into a manifestation of despair... while also erasing everything about what makes her "her", thus leaving her as a crippled person who only knows despair. This legitimately frightened Enoshima and begged her for mercy. Junko did let her go, but not before "purifying" her of the "scent of secrecy", thus meaning that the person called "Junko Enoshima" was no longer a secret.
  • She was… well, it is hard to really describe how she felt when she heard that Chang'e really was in the Pantheon after all this time. It can be described as pure glee mixed with endless rage. Whatever you might call it, she crashed her and Houyi's reunion party with the intent to utterly slaughter her after all this time. Fortunately she was captured and put into custody as other gods cleaned things out, but she is determent more than before to finally kill her.
  • Her own being as the pure embodiment of a negative emotion has led her to an affinity with, horrifyingly enough, Gigyas. This alliance proved to be the straw that broke the camel’s back in relation to the rest of her contemporaries, who now once again see her as a dangerous threat, especially considering that she had quite the incident record, as well as the mere concept of a properly functioning Gigyas. She doesn’t pay much mind- Gigyas’ forces will stave them off for now.

    The Shredder 
Oroku Saki, God of Breakout Villains (The Shredder, Metal Mouth, Tin Head, Super Shredder, Ch'rell, Torrinon, Kako Naso, Duke Acureds, The One True Shredder, Utrom Shredder, Shredder Tengu, Demon Shredder, Cyber Shredder, Shredface, Shreddy, The Shadow Fiend)
His 2012 incarnation
His Mirage incarnation 
His 1987 incarnation 
His 1990 continuity incarnation 
The Utrom Shredder 
The Utrom Shredder (as Ch'rell) 
The Demon Shredder (top, from left to right: as Tengu Shredder and Oroku Saki. Bottom: from left to right: Demon Shredder and Dragon Form) 
The Cyber Shredder 
His IDW continuity incarnation 
His 2014 continuity incarnation 
His Rise incarnation 
Super Shredder (from left to right: 1990s and 2012 continuity versions) 
  • Intermediate God (Overall). Greater God (as Undead Shredder, Rise Shredder, Cyber Shredder in the Digital World or Technodrome-empowered Utrom Shredder). Borderline Overdeity (Tengu/Demon Shredder)
  • Theme Music: The Shredder's Suite; alternatively: Shredder, Technodrome: The Final Shell Shock or We Ain't Came to Lose. Theme of Shredder (for Ch'rell, Cyber Shredder and Demon Shredder).
  • Symbol: The Foot Clan's Symbol; Alternatively his helmet(s).
  • Weapon of Choice: Blade Below the Shoulder.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil overall. Chaotic Evil (Ch'rell and Rise Shredder). Neutral Good, formerly Neutral Evil (his IDW incarnation)
  • Portfolios: Breakout Villain, Spike-Covered Power Armor That Looks Awesomely Intimidating, Arch-Nemesis to the Turtles, Legacy Character, Much Stronger, Smarter and Deadlier in Later Instalments, Gender-Blender Name.
  • Domains: Villainy, Popularity, Ninjas, Clans, Vengeance.
  • Heralds: Oroku Nagi (his older brother), Karai (his daughter, usually adoptive), Krang (partner-in-crime of the '87 version), Hattori Tatsu, Erick Sacks, (right-hand men of the film incarnations), Tiger Claw, Chris Bradford/Rahzar, Baxter Stockman/Stockfly (top henchmen of the 2012 version), Foot Lieutenant and Brute (leaders of the Foot in Rise)
  • Underlings: Bebop and Rocksteady
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies:
  • Odd Friendship: Ultraman Belial, Lord Drakkon.
  • Varying Relation: Harleen Quinzel/Harley Quinn, Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy, Mr. Freeze, Bane
  • There have been many Shredders and all have their own tales to tell, but the original was:
    • Originally, Shredder was born Oroku Saki, he was the younger brother of Oroku Nagi a prodigy ninja warrior from the Foot Clan. Nagi grew jealous of a fellow member, Hamato Yoshi, who was not only better than him but won the heart of Tang Shen, another member of the Clan who Nagi was in love with. Furious, Nagi attacked Shen out of jealously so Yoshi wouldn't have her, but Yoshi defended his wife by killing Nagi. Ashamed by having killed a fellow member, Yoshi exiled himself to New York, USA to atone for his actions, with Shen following him. However, Saki was furious at his brother's death, and began to climb up the ranks of the Foot Clan and train for 10 years, gaining power over the American branch and following Yoshi and Shen to kill them both. After invading their house, Saki now known as the Shredder, got his revenge... But soon Yoshi's pet rat, Splinter, survived and swore to avenge his master. After Splinter mutated thanks to the ooze and raised four turtles to kill Shredder, Saki met his end when the four teens confronted and killed him in a fight, avenging Yoshi.
    • Various other Shredders appeared in alternate worlds, each with their own story tell. From ones that took the place of both Nagi and Saki, others who were evil demons and one that was an alien warlord in disguise known as Ch'rell. In a universe of Ninja Turtles there will always be a Shredder that they'll need to oppose.
  • With the sheer history of the Shredder's many incarnations it was decided to create a mostly composite Shredder to ascend, though they had to separate ones such as 1987, Ch'rell, Cyber Shredder and the Dark Armor Shredder due to complications regarding their stories and wills. Needless to say, none of these Shredders get along and usually will only team up to defeat mutual enemies such as the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. One of the Shredders (the one hailing from the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (IDW) continuity) has actually mostly reformed himself after dying and resurrecting, which prompted the Court of Gods leave him be where he is, only bringing some of his memories back for the mostly composite Shredder in regards to some events but nothing more. Usually he'll alternate his design between each of his composite selves, whichever self he's incarnated as also dictates his dominant memories and personality even if the others come out at times, when transforming into Demon Shredder, all his personalities remain but he gains massive eldritch power as well and even at times acts as two entities in one body.
  • Was furious to find the Turtles back in the Pantheon. Especially considering the many defeats he's suffered over many continuities as all the memories remained. He was also disappointed to not see any of their allies such as O'Neil, Casey Jones and especially Splinter, who he considers his nemesis in most incarnations. He awaits the day that Splinter arrives, so as to finally be able to continue his long-standing enmity with the rat. Once Splinter actually ascended, Shredder prepared himself to get strong enough to finally be rid of his nemesis in all worlds once and for all.
  • Has some shakey relationships with the DC Comics Deities:
    • He's previously allied with a lot of Batman's Rogues Gallery when he wound up transported to Gotham. While he's remained on good terms with most of them, the less evil ones such as Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and Mr. Freeze prefer to keep their distance from him, though occasionally go back to teaming up with Shredder without issue, it all depends on what kind of mood and personality the three have, but for the most part they stay away from him at all costs. On the Joker, several incidents following their initial team-up have soured Shredder's view about Joker and he's branded him as one of his closest enemies.
    • Considers Batman a Worthy Opponent and was pleased to see him ascended, hoping to continue fighting him. Batman doesn't returns the sentiment of honor, knowing fully well that at large Shredder's honorable qualities are severely outdone by the many atrocities he's commited over the years and in many worlds. The Bat-Family also clashes with him for the same reason.
    • It is known that at least in one Shredder ended up "Jokerized". This interested the Dark Knights who have considered recruiting that one Shredder into their ranks, believing that the more the merrier their group will be. It is unknown if this "Jokerized" Shredder is currently roaming the Pantheon, but the Dark Knights are still searching for him just in case.
    • Lex Luthor views Shredder as a valuable ally given his years of expertise and many ties to criminal groups, some of which hold sacred artifacts or magic powers that he could use, his alliance with other villains also helps in that regard. A similar unrelated villain, Deathstroke/Slade Wilson found himself being quite similar to Shredder in regards to their roles as nemesis of teenager superhero groups, the two fought when they met post-ascension and regard each other in a mostly respectful way.
  • He also has varying relations with the Power Rangers Deities as he's recently had an incarnation meet the original team:
    • As he antagonized the team in there, his enmity with the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers carried over into the Pantheon, where they continue to remain wary of him given his partnership with various Toku villains in the Pantheon. Tommy is wary of Shredder stealing his powers again, as last time Shredder used them to nearly kill the Rangers. Other ranger teams folowed suit
    • Dark Specter was pleased to see such an infamous warlord ascend and offered him a spot among his allies, the Psycho Rangers have grown interested in the mutagen and followed suit in becoming Shredder's allies.
    • Mesogog figured that his plan to alter humanity and establish a rule of dinosaurs could benefit from the mutagen's altering properties, as such he's sought out Shredder as an ally for the rare substance of which he holds samples of. Trakeena also seeks it out to create stronger bug soldiers and allied with Shredder as well.
    • Lord Drakkon managed to strike a somewhat unusual friendship with the Shredders as he understands the issue of hating an alternate version of oneself and desire for conquest and eliminating the others. He does not view their alliance as lasting beyond a few works, but does find that common ground to be something to bond over.
  • As someone who perverts Martial Arts and believes in the superiority of the strong over the weak, he's earned allies in John Kreese a ruthless shady sensei who also seeks to expand the ideology of No Mercy and Striking First across the world and the Pantheon. The other Karate Kid Deities are enemies with Shredder for this very reason, viewing his use of the Foot Clan's once noble goals for his criminal empire as a complete bastardization of Martial Arts.
  • As an Arrogant Kung-Fu Guy he surprisingly earned an ally in Tai Lung, who also enjoys boasting his martial art skills and hates losing. Tai Lung also understands how it feels to be "cheated" out of something that one feels they deserve. Another villain who came to ally with Shredder was Lord Shen, as the peacock respected Shredder's expertise in martial arts and blade fights, the latter of which Shen is an expert in. As for their nemesis, Po, Oogway and the Furious Five all oppose Shredder heavily for his cruelty, his corruption of martial arts for his criminal activities and his desire to conquer the world, Shredder at first underestimated Po and believed the panda to be beneath notice, only for Po to prove mightier than he expected and ever since looks forward to fighting him and defeating the Dragon Warrior to prove his strength.
  • Any good-aligned martial artists detest Shredder for his corruption of martial arts for his selfish goals of conquest and destruction, especially since the Foot Clan started out as a noble clan dedicated to good before Shredder turned it into a force of evil in many worlds. Among them stands out Jackie Chan, who views what Shredder teaches as disgraceful to martial artists.
    • Chuck Norris knows that Shredder in one world teaches a Corrupted Character Copy of him, Chris Bradford who uses his fame and dojo front to help the Foot Clan's criminal activity. He also dislikes when martial artists are portrayed in a negative light and that Shredder unashamedly uses his knowledge and lessons for evil enrages him. His rival, Segata Sanshito loathes Shredder for the same reason, viewing him as a disgrace to the martial artist world.
    • Gen Ohtori/Ultraman Leo also detests him for this reason, as while he's had harsh training he never uses it for evil and always makes sure those training under him use their potential for good and not evil. He does respects Shredder's ocasional noble traits and admits that he's got skill to back up his ego but does not approve of his actions.
  • Ultraman Belial has found common ground with Shredder, or at least his 2012 self who in that continuity was the one in love with Tang Shen and ultimately "lost" her to Hamato Yoshi, driving his jealousy and hatred to attempt to kill Yoshi to claim Tang Shen for himself and take over the Foot Clan, while he failed at the former and even got Shen killed in his grudge (but blaming Yoshi for it) he did succeed at the latter and even accomplished his goal of killing Yoshi/Splinter a long time after. To rub salt in the wound, he raised Yoshi's and Shen's daughter, Miwa as his world's Karai before the Turtles and Splinter showed her the truth. Belial was proud to hear that he got to take over the Clan and even killed Yoshi for real (something which he never quite accomplished with Ken). He also was interested in hearing that he temporarily became a pawn for the evil Demodragon Kavaxas before freeing himself to drag Kavaxas back to his realm.
  • As an honorable samurai who has learnt all kinds of martial and fighting skills, Samurai Jack loathes Shredder for having some traits of being an Evil Counterpart in this regard, especially with Shredder himself allying with Aku over their goals of conquering the world, with Shredder being satisfied as long as they both not fight in the end should their goals be achieved, as he has his demon form to match Aku's power and prevent being cheated out of his power.
  • Because of his allegiance to Krang and even acting as a Quisling-of-sorts, he earned the ire of Colonel McCullough, who is legitimately furious at Shredder selling out humanity to keep power in a Krang-conquered world, especially with how Shredder also outright supports Krang's quest and not just supports it from the shadows.
  • As he's got a lot of presence in the criminal underworld, he's made various criminal allies who all vouched their support for his Foot Clan operations, especially with how they'll gain access to Mutagen reserves that Shredder gets from Krang, which many deities have come to desire for its capacity to strengthen those who consume it or enter into contact with it.
    • Among these villains was Kingpin, who wished to get some Mutagen to strengthen his forces, viewing it as a useful tool against the heroes of his world. That said, he's grown wary of dealing with Shredder, knowing fully well that it could end badly for him.
    • Giovanni of Team Rocket has thought up of employing the mutagen's properties to strengthen Pokemon as he is interested in the possibilities of it. Some thought has been given to use it on humans, but for now Giovanni plans to keep things simple. Diavolo and Vito Corleone were other mob bosses interested in obtaining the Mutagen as well, out of curiosity and just in case.
    • Moriarty was fascinated by Shredder's many connections to the criminal underworld and the vastness of his Foot Clan's influence. He views Shredder as a worthwile ally and plans on allying and remaining close to the criminal leader as means of having useful allies against his enemies, and perhaps even learn about Dimension X due to Shredder's connection to Krang and the latter's allies.
    • SHOCKER is fascinated with Mutagen as means of creating super soldiers and as such instantly made deals with Shredder to obtain it and use it. Shredder was eager to get backing from such a large organization. HYDRA followed suit in the same situation, with the allies of both organization gaining Shredder's favor as well.
  • Though his relation with Krang is mostly favorable, some less-than-friendly moments later with many incarnations have soured his views on Krang, particularly in worlds where Krang betrays or uses him as a pawn. Shredder has remained wary and only keeps Krang at arm's length as much as he can.
  • Exclusive to 1987 Shredder:
    • As the least threatening of the Shredders he's usually reduced to a laughing stock among the other ones and generally prefers to frequent the House of Villainous Success and Failure where he's encountered villains with similar problems with being mocked and ridiculed by other villains, particularly Dr. Drakken and Jack Spicer who get no shortage of ridicule from other villains. Other villain with a harmless status included Team Rocket, Dick Dastardly, Muttley and Peg Leg Pete.
    • As a result of his general reputation as an idiot the other Shredders refuse to associate themselves with him, especially Ch'rell who already betrayed and tried to kill him alongside the rest of the TMNT Multiverse to boot. Ultimately 80s Shredder will constantly be forced to team up with the heroic deities of the house against the other Shredders as even with his fluctuating competence that allows him to at times be pretty efficient, the other Shredders are far viler and deadlier and thus he stands little chance against them in the long run.
    • He at times finds himself disturbed by the Joker, who is a sadistic monster who while occasionally friendly is at times too evil and destructive for him to work alongside with. Generally he prefers to keep himself at arm's length and take a less direct approach to cooperating with the Clown Prince of Crime.
    • Has a very personal rivalry with Skeletor, viewing the evil (and at times comical) sorcerer as one of his greatest worthy adversaries. Skeletor usually returns the sentiment, especially in his sillier moments, usually engaging in entertaining Evil vs. Evil matches to the amusement of their foes, the Turtles and He-Man. Nonetheless, outside of it they tend to get along well and will usually whine about their failures to one another while bragging about their accomplishments.
  • Exclusive to Ch'rell:
    • As possibly the most evil and depraved of all Shredders, his list of Deities that he actually considers allies is short, none of his fellow Shredders are well-liked, viewing them as rivals to his rule and power, as are their allies. The Turtles as a whole view him as the overall more dangerous and depraved of all Shredders and for good reason. Even Shredder's usual allies would rather not associate with him given his penchant for destruction.
    • He found his place with the Grand United Alliance of Destruction, who fully support his omnicidal crusade against all of the TMNT Multiverse. Ever since discovering the Pantheon post-ascension, Ch'rell's only become more insane and now plots to end all of existence to make sure the Turtles are gone forever.
    • Many were confused to see his world's Karai ascend as his herald, Karai claimed that in spite of all that he's done, Ch'rell's still her father and will stay with him to the end times. However, the Turtles know in secret that she's trying to keep her father under control and undermine his operations, waiting for the day where he might strike so the Turtles can be prepared for anything he tries, or maybe even redeem him or stop his quest, which she is aware would likely not happen.
    • He's interested in the powers of his Rise/Dark Armor self, given that the Dark Armor is a creation of the Krang and he sees potential in merging with it. That said, he's remained wary of it, as it's life-draining abilities and that Shredder's own penchant for betrayal and cruelty make Dark Armor Shredder quite unsafe as an ally or pawn in schemes.
    • Found common ground with evils who want to destroy everything in sight either for the hell of it or out of frustration, one of these kindred souls was Belial who understood how Ch'rell felt about constant defeats and humiliations as well as his frustration turning into a murderous hatred of everything else; Majin Buu felt pleased to know that Ch'rell's ultimate goal involved destroying all of Earth and the Multiverse, and hopes to assist in his goals in the future.
    • Not many deities took him that seriously at first, believing him to be harmless without his suit. The Turtles were able to spread word about just how dangerous Ch'rell is with or without suits and therefore should never be underestimated as they found out many times the hard way.
    • Has become a sworn enemy of Kamen Rider Decade, as Ch'rell nearly caused the destruction of the entire TMNT Multiverse and still plots to do so to this day and while Tsukasa did something similar in the Rider Multiverse it was ultimately meant to unite the Kamen Rider worlds and save them while Ch'rell wants to commit omnicide purely out of spite, Ultraman Zero also gained an enmity with him for similar reasons, as he's a guardian of many Universes and sees Ch'rell's actions as despicable.
    • As he heard that in one world, Krang manage to kill the Anti-Monitor, taking it over and nearly recreating the Omniverse with it he's plotted to repeat the deed, but rather than recreating everything he instead plots to destroy every Multiverse in existence to ensure his ultimate victory. Many deities are preparing themselves to prevent such an scenario from ever coming into fruition.
  • Exclusive to Cyber Shredder:
    • A digital virus formed form the reprogrammed Viral, he sought out alliances with other evil viruses, among them stood out Venjix, as the evil virus had a lot of success in his attempts to destroy humanity and conquer the Multiverse, he's offered the evil digital copy of Shredder a chance at becoming more powerful.
    • As a copy of Ch'rell's memories and personality given a body he is absolutely loathed by his Utrom counterpart, who was frustrated to know that a mere "faker" took over his Foot Clan. This did prompt some deities to point out the irony considering that Ch'rell himself impersonated the original Oroku Saki and did the same thing as the Cyber Shredder.
    • He is far stronger in the digital world where he can become an outright Reality Warper, this warned the Masters of Spinjitzu, as he beared similarities to perhaps their deadliest foe, The Overlord, who himself had a "Digital" form where he proved very powerful inside a digital world; as well as Unagami, another AI villain who was at his strongest outside of their realm.
  • Exclusive to Dark Armor Shredder:
    • He was brought back via the Court of Gods recreating his armor and restoring his full power and sapience, however his previous host, Oroku Saki, was not included as his world's Saki was never evil and had been freed from the armor's evil influence. However this left in his consciousness' place an even more ruthless Shredder, who plots to continue his plans of conquering the World and eventually all that exists
    • As one of the deadliest of the Shredders. This Shredder is feared by even the Turtles, who in spite of having defeated him in the past were still somewhat afraid of facing him again due to his strength, power and ferocity. The Turtles hope to have their father, Splinter, ascend one day so he can help them out in utilizing the Hamato Ninpo's power to defeat Dark Armor Shredder as they did originally.
    • Has made a rivalry with Kai the Collector, as both of them strengthen themselves by absorbing the lifeforce from other living beings (though Kai also transforms his victims into jade golems under his control) and being very powerful if relatively unskilled fighters. Kai initially thought of deceiving Dark Armor Shredder into an alliance but quickly backed off after coming to see how unstable and unreliable of an ally he was.
    • As his armor is actually very advanced alien technology that is incredibly powerful and capable of performing Mana Drain and other abilities he's interested various deities in the House of Magic who seek to understand how he works as a whole.
    • As he was temporarily sealed away in another dimension and when improperly summoned faded in and out of existence, he found an unusual connection with King Ghidorah, whose "Planet Eater" form is stuck in a similar predicament where if improperly summoned will be easy to vanquish and make its existence on the three dimensional plane tether and vanish. Ghidorah has thought up of allying with him, but Dark Armor Shredder rejected him.
    • His armor can be worn if his consciousness is removed in some way, but any would-be users were warned that it can drain the lifeforce of those who wear it. This greatly disappointed some such as Takeshi Asakura/Kamen Rider Ouja, who was eager to "test" it out against his foes. That said, he still thinks of recruiting Shredder to his side and destroying the Riders with him, trying to appeal to the other Shredders as well if the plan falls to the wayside.
"You see me as I am. And it will be the last thing you ever see. Prepare to face your destiny and your doom"

    Wild Hunt 
Wild HuntMembers , High Prophets of More Vile Villains
L - R: Enshin, Dorothea, Champ, Syura, Izou and Cosmina

Lesser Gods

    Alexander "Lex" Luthor 
Alexander Joseph "Lex" Luthor, God of Supervillains and Villains With Good Receptions (Alexei, Alexis, Lex Luthor II, Superman, the Metropolis Mogul, God of Apokolips, Albie, Apex Lex, Mockingbird, Snapdragon, Red Howard, Icarus, Chrome-Dome, Mr. Clean)
  • Lesser God (Greater God with his Warsuit, when possessing Kryptonian-like powers, or when in possession of an Orange Lantern Ring; Borderline Overdeity after merging with the Zone Child, becoming the God of Apokolips, or as Apex Lex)
  • Symbol: An "L" or "LL" symbol, specifically the LexCorp Logo, and the Power Accumulator on his Warsuit, the Superman "S" symbol on his Superman armor
  • Theme: The Red Capes Are Coming and The March of the Villains
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Corrupt Corporate Executive, Mad Scientist, Diabolical Mastermind, Falsely Reformed Villain, Insufferable Genius, Irrational Hatred, Classic Villain, Contemplative Boss, Defeating the Undefeatable, the Villain of Superman's Story, As Smart As Superman is Strong, Green Eyes Driven by Envy, Evil Genius Redhead, Bald of Evil, Control Freak, Wicked Cultured Badass Normal in a Nice Suit, The Chessmaster
  • Domains: Deception, Crime, Xenophobia, Business, Science, Intelligence, Supervillainy
  • Heralds: LexCorp (his company), Mercy Graves (His bodyguard/assistant), Nasthalthia "Nasty" Luthor (his niece), and Lena Luthor/Ultrawoman (his sister)... sometimes
  • High Priest: Stan Edgar
  • Followers: unascended Supervillains in general, Edwin Alva, Veronica Cale, Miles Axlerod, Max Shreck, Dominic Greene, Eric Sacks, Megan Parker, Danielle Atron, Gideon Gleeful and the Northwest Family, Rex Go(o)dwin, Molly Hardy
  • Allies: Manfred von Karma, Lionel Hutz, Doctor Nitrus Brio, Sugou Nobuyuki, Dr. XXX, Satya Vaswani/Symmetra, Caesar Clown, Albert Wesker, Dr. William Birkin, Colonel Miles Quaritch, Copen Kamizono, Louis Bloom, J. Jonah Jameson, Kent Brockman, Miku Hatsune, LOONA, Aerospace Sanitation Engineer, Diana Christensen, West Coast Cabbies, Moneybags, C.C., Plankton, Mafia of Cooks, Mr. Krabs
  • Legion of Doom: Bizarro, John Corben/Metallo, Vril Dox/Brainiac, Edward Nigma/The Riddler, Basil Karlo/Clayface, Pamela Isley/Poison Ivy, Jonathan Crane/Scarecrow, Barbara Ann Minerva/Cheetah, Gorilla Grodd, Leonard Snart/Captain Cold, Black Adam, Ra's al Ghul, Vandal Savage, Orm/Ocean Master, Granny Goodness, Loki Laufeyson, Dr. Otto Octavius/Doctor Octopus, Norman Osborn/Green Goblin, Lord Recluse, Mammoth Mogul
  • Friendly Rival to: the Illusive Man
  • The Mentor to: Princess Morbucks, Silico
  • The Rival to: Doctor Doom, Professor James Moriarty, Count Dracula, Hannibal Lecter, Darth Vader
  • Business Rivals: The Corpus, Vought-American, Handsome Jack, Cave Johnson, GLaDOS, Heihachi Mishima, Seto Kaiba, Buy n Large, "Maximillion" Pegasus J. Crawford
  • Arch-Enemy: Superman
  • Archnemesis Dad to: Kon-El/Conner Kent/Superboy
  • Evil Counterpart to: Bruce Wayne/Batman
  • Enemies: The DC Universe: most allies of Superman, especially Lois Lane, Kara Zor-El/Supergirl, John Henry Irons/Steel, Kara Zor-L of Earth-Two/Power Girl, High Councilor Kal-El, General Dru-Zod, Dick Grayson/Nightwing, Tim Drake/Red Robin, Diana of Themyscira/Wonder Woman, Selina Kyle/Catwoman, Vic Sage/The Question, Wally West/The Flash II, Arthur Curry/Orin/Aquaman, Billy Batson/Shazam, Oliver Queen/Green Arrow, Shiera Hall/Hawkgirl; The Crime Syndicate of America (especially Ultraman), The Dark Knights (especially the Batman Who Laughs)
  • Friendly Enemy to: L Lawliet, Lemres, and the Hedgies, Pinkie Pie
  • Alliance with an Abomination: Mr. Mxyzptlk
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Ultimate Reed Richards/The Maker, Ozymandias, The Boys (Billy Butcher, primarily), Kazuya Mishima
  • Amused by: Invader Zim
  • Annoyed by: Jimmy Olsen, Son Goku, Launchpad McQuack, Looney Tunes characters (especially Daffy Duck)
  • Annoys: various Good-aligned Prosecutors (especially Miles Edgeworth, Godot, Jennifer Walters/She-Hulk, Matt Murdock/Daredevil)
  • Interested in: The Wisps, Gyro Man, Galaxy Man, EDI
  • Respects: deities who have worked hard to improve their status or abilities (especially Lux Arcadia, Flo, Ochaco Uraraka), Albert Einstein, Sherlock Holmes, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Ludwig van Beethoven
  • Respected by: the Houses of Science and Machinery and Technology, Health and Diseases and Family and Relatives, Frank Underwood
  • Opposes: the House of Extraterrestrials (especially the Khan Maykr, SCP-682, the Formics, the VUX); The Protectors of the Plot Continuum, Charlie Bucket, Courtney Gears, the Anti-Monitor, Darkseid, Mongul, Doomsday, Hank Henshaw/Cyborg Superman
  • Opposed By: Jonathan and Martha Kent, Jor-El, Harley Quinn (annoyed by, if she's with Joker), Poison Ivy, Elliot Alderson/Mr. Robot, Dr. Gregory House, Chibiterasu and Amaterasu
  • Pities: those who had abusive childhoods, like Yoruka Kirihime, Matilda Wormwood, Will Vandom; Candace Flynn
  • When he learned about the Pantheon, he quickly grew jealous that his arch-nemesis had already gained a position as a "deity" and become renowned even among such a group. He began a massive propaganda blitz to try and convince the Protectors of the Plot Continuum that the Big Blue Boy Scout and his allies are too OP, showing that realm that he was the best at achieving a good reputation in spite of his own black deeds. In response to his ascension, the Daily Planet reporters Lois Lane and Clark Kent published a series of muckraking articles in which Kim Kaphwan and his famous evil-detecting glare were cited as evidence as to Lex's true alignment in the hopes of putting a stain on his otherwise sterling reputation and arguing against his interpretation of the Man of Steel. Though these articles were met with polarizing reception from the public, largely unaware of the true extent Lex's villainy, the Protectors opted not to label Superman as too OP until further investigation. Talk on the grapevine suggests that when Luthor learned of this, he yelled, "WROOOOOOOONNNGGG!!!!"
  • Alexander Joseph "Lex" Luthor is a successful man whose life has been defined by failure. Born in Smallville, Kansas, the child Lex was the best and only friend of an adolescent Martian—a young J'onn J'onzz—who he sent back to Mars after he failed to find another way to help him escape the facility his scientist father kept him captive in; though the memory of the incident would be wiped from his mind, his father's subsequent abuse would keep it a constant scar in his life. When he was seventeen years old, his sister, Lena, was stricken with a terminal illness that no one could do anything about—no one, perhaps, except Lex himself. Determined to save the only person who ever meant anything to him, Lex attempted to cure her... and left her an invalid. Having grown and become stronger from this failure, Lex set off and used his considerable genius, incredible work ethic, and complete lack of scruples to claw his way to becoming the most powerful man in Metropolis and, perhaps, the world... before Superman appeared. Unable to cope with being so effortlessly overshadowed by the alien's godlike abilities, Lex swore to destroy him and reinstate his position as Earth's true Man of Tomorrownote . Lex relentlessly denies ever setting foot in Smallville, and claims he grew up in Metropolis' Suicide Slums before his parents died in a car "accident".
    • The House of Time and Space, attempting to figure out which of his origins was true, found that the actual answer turned out to be... yes. Luthor's personal history, like that of many deities from his universe, is in a state of constant flux caused by the effects of numerous persistent disruptions to his timeline by outside forces and the DC Multiverse's natural Hypertime. One of the main consistencies with his origins is an abusive childhood at the hands of his parentsnote , making him sympathetic of deities like Yoruka Kirihime, Will Vandom, and especially Matilda Wormwood. As Matilda's story of being a prodigy despised and neglected by her idiot parents and defeating a far more physically-capable enemy with her cleverness reminds him greatly of himself, he's grown uncommonly attached to her over their minimal interactions. While the friendship was mutual at first despite the often terrible advice he gave her, it was sadly brought to an end when he tried to have Ms. Honey killed so he could take her place as Matilda's adoptive guardian. During his time serving Perpetua as "Apex Lex", the Earth-0 (also known as Prime Earth) version of Lex Luthor (Prime!Lex, if you will) traveled to each universe and exterminated their respective Luthors to eliminate their potential threats. Since then, a new Crisis has altered the multiverse and its Luthors and so like all residents of his universe, Prime!Lex now remembers events from previous timelines and alternate universes—though some are more comparable and have more influence on him directly than others, he keeps some notable ones in mind.
      • He was horrified when some deities in the Houses of Time and Space, while investigating the truth behind his Prime Earth origins, discovered an alternate universe (designated Earth-167) spreading the idea around that Lex attended high school with Clark Kent in Smallville and was friends with Clark Kent, which, as stated above, Lex readily denies ever being the case. The idea of people watching his younger naive self be friends (and maybe more, if you believe the shippers...) with Cla... the alien is embarrassing, and he almost can't bear to remember it.
      • On a world where Kal-L crash-landed in Soviet Russia and became the leader of the USSR (designated Earth-30), Lex Luthor opposed him by becoming the President of the United States and leading the American people to a Utopic society. His future descendant, Jor-L, would later send his son into that Earth's past to avoid the planet's imminent destruction—thus making that Lex the progenitor of his own arch-rival. Prime!Lex has done considerable research into his own timeline to ensure that there is no similar link to his version of the alien, though to his horror his investigation did discover that his pal, Jimmy Olsen, is a distant cousin of his.
      • Certain universes such as the morality-flipped Earth-3 feature Luthor as a heroic figure fighting the villainous Ultraman (No relation to that other Ultraman) while in Earth-22, his good counterpart helps fund and lead a resistance against a villainous regime led by a tyrannous Superman AKA the High Councilor Kal-El. Prime!Luthor was savvy enough to devise a plan to amass power in one of that universe's split timelines by killing that version of the Regime's leader and tricking the residents into thinking that their Luthor had survived his execution. There, Luthor was elected President of the United States, adding to his already considerable resources. He looks forward to further consolidating his power... unless the High Councilor Kal-El from the main universe's timeline has something to say about it.
  • Has been argued and claimed to be anywhere from a Seventh-Level Intellect all the way to even an Eleventh (Twelfth being the highest known, and possessed only by the smartest being in the universe, Brainiac, and his descendants.), and even other geniuses like Ozymandias will admit that he is his World's Smartest Man, and his Photographic Memory has allowed him a comprehensive mastery of nearly every science known to man—and a few that aren't. He is recognized as one of the most scientifically-gifted individuals in the Pantheon; where his Earth's scientific development and limited resources may normally restrict his abilities, the extraordinary resources afforded to him within the Pantheon has empowered him to reach his full potential. He has a truly astonishing range of inventions; from engineering Hope—a gynoid strong enough to hurt Superman with her punches—and a robotic Lois Lane (for... reasons) to creating a teleporter from alien scraps, with enough time and a little effort he is capable of such near-impossible feats as installing a satellite with a ray that transmutes all lead into glass or building a time machine out of tin cans, an orange peel, and a lightbulb. He could easily make the world a better place—stop famines, cure cancer—if it wasn't for the alien taking up all his timenote .
    • Despite his brilliance, there are still problems even he has difficulty solving himself, so he sometimes commissions specialists not on his company's payroll to consult with for the kinds of projects he would spend a lofty fortune for the solution to. The biggest one is almost certainly the Kryptonian Cloning Problem. Cloning Kryptonians is notoriously difficult due to the complexity of their DNA, and previous attempts have almost invariably resulted in Bizarros at worst and Superboys at best. Lex, of course, would love to have an army of perfect, pure Supermen (and maybe some Supergirls... wink, wink) at his beck and call, and while he did eventually find a way to pull it off, the fact that the process takes ten years to fully complete makes it highly inconvenient to say the least. Geneticists like Albert Wesker and Dr. William Birkin are endeavoring to find a faster technique, with Luthor's backing. God help the Pantheon if they ever succeed.
    • His knowledge isn't limited merely to science. His talent for business and politics are well-documented, most infamously when he founded and represented the Tomorrow Partynote  and managed to get elected as the 43rd President of the United States of America—instead of George W. Bush—and proved remarkably competent in the office... until he got impeached for trying to kill Superman. Frank Underwood has expressed some awe at the feat, considering the huge struggles it took to achieve the same thing without the difficulties of being a public criminal or being a third-party candidate.
  • While he considers very few besides Brainiac to be his peer intellectually, he does hold some admiration for one scientist: Albert Einstein, whose birthdaynote  he celebrates by refraining from any criminal action that will result in people getting hurt. He makes it a point to not be in prison when the anniversary comes around, and is more than willing to break out on the off-chance that he's been incarcerated at the same time. He's also a big fan of Sherlock Holmes because "he's always twelve steps ahead of everyone". While not particularly as well-known for it ("I don't like to brag."), he's quite talented in the use of the Sherlock Scan. He would have seen through the Clark Kent disguise long ago, and even hired a computer analyst who discovered it for him, but can't believe it because of his own personal biases. Like most in his universe, he doesn't know that Superman even has a secret identity to begin with, and can't understand why a person with such power would actually choose to pretend to be a mild-mannered human being. He was absolutely humiliated when Superman came out and publicly revealed that he was, indeed, Clark Kent the whole time.
  • While some find it unbelievable that a mere human could antagonize such a powerful being, his status as Superman's greatest enemy has never been questioned by those who know him well, and Lex has consistently shown time and again that he deserves the title—one of the natural laws of the multiverse (at least according to his Earth-3 counterpart's son, Alexander Luthor, Jr.) is that in every universe Superman and Lex will always be enemies. He's claimed numerous times that the alien is a menace; that his constant interference is leading humanity to stagnation and that he's just a ticking time bomb who will eventually use his immense power to conquer or destroy the world. Even the most hard-core fans of the Man of Steel—even Superman himself—admit that he may have a point, but like everything with Lex there's more to the story. Whether he actually believes his own claims or not is unclear, but the truth he would never admit (unless you happen to have a Lasso of Truth, of course) is that the real reason he hates him is because he wants more than anything to be him.
    Lex Luthor: There's no deep psychology behind the struggle between Superman and me. It's all very simple. How would you feel if someone deliberately stood in your way, over and over again?
    • His hatred of Superman extends to his friends and family, especially his cousin, Kara Zor-El, who he once beat nearly to death; and the Kryptonian/Human clone hybrid Superboy—whose human DNA was provided by Luthor himself, making him technically the biological son of both Superman and Luthor (a source of endless amusement for any deity aware of this fact); and most of the other superheroes of his universe at one point or another. Special mentions go to the other half of the "World's Finest", Batman, who he also has a heavy dislike for—especially since he deduced that he was actually Bruce Wayne some time ago. While he respects Batman's abilities, he looks down on him for inheriting his greater wealth rather than earning it like he didnote . During his term as President, he placed a bounty on Superman and Batman and set teams of superheroes and supervillains alike against them, and drugged and beat Nightwing, Robinnote , Batgirlnote , and Huntress when they confronted him. Though he has yet to triumph over Superman himselfnote , Lex knows how it feels to kill a Kryptonian... and enjoyed it (General Zod, among other unrelated sun guardians will never forgive him for turning the Sun red and destroying New Krypton). He spends entire afternoons devising new ways to disable deities like All Might and Statesman that have been deemed "Kryptonian-like", especially the ones that add credibility to his convictions such as Homelander, Statesman, and the Plutonian—though he'd like to get it out of the way and insist he's not in love with the alien like Modeus was in love with Tony. Omni-Man and his son Invincible have described him as being "Rudolph Connors with Thragg's lust for power", and often refer to him as "Chrome-Dome" and "Mr. Clean", much to his irritation.
    • Famous in the criminal underworld for opposing one of the most prominent of the Flying Bricks. He is considered an expert on fighting adversaries who are incredibly powerful and nigh-undefeatable, and is not above providing weapons to other super-hating people like the Boysnote  or teaming up with other villains against their comparably more physically capable opponents like Dr. Neo Cortex, Dr. Eggman, and Dr. Gero ("I can't stand that Goku, though. At least Superman can hold a conversation!"). Others like Princess Warbucks, Silico, Blade, and Copen Kamizono frequently approach him for advice on destroying similar superhuman threats, and as long as the nuisance isn't Superman himself (he doesn't want anyone else like Mongul or Hank Henshaw to have the "pleasure" of killing him, and hates Doomsday for managing it once with just brute force) he gives it to them freely... in a manner of speaking—these consultations aren't cheap; he charges a million dollars for just ten minutes of his time, and that includes the time it takes to write and give him his check. Every single minute is worth it, though, as the only threat so far he hasn't managed to devise a method of killing is SCP-682.
  • Having worked himself to his position of power from little, Lex values hard work and considers himself a paragon of humanity. For those reasons, he praises those like Flo, Ochako Uraraka, and Lux Arcadia whose hard work have allowed them to improve themselves and/or their station, and resents godlike beings such as Hercules and Thor; metahumans like Spider-Man, Matt Murdock, Captain America, and the rest of the Seven; and Charlie Bucket ("The boy just gets an entire chocolate factory for... being nice?"). He would give a healthy bounty to obtain Flo's ability as a miracle worker in particular—he's likened her briefly becoming a goddess to his merging with the Zone Child—but she's refused all offers as she's content to work independently.
    • Lex is a known despiser of all things alien; primarily those that are against humanity like the Formics and the VUX, though even those that aren't are subject to his ire. This has placed him at odds with the notable pro-alien human deities, especially those who engage in such distasteful relations with them like Commander Shepard and Captain Kirk—who point out that his racism never seems to stop him from making bargains with some aliens—such as secretly providing the Khan Maykr with some of his own technology in exchange for their Argent Energy—or drawing from simulated extraterrestrial life that could theoretically live on other planets for the majority of his personal projects. He once got into a conflict with Ultraseven, which culminated in a battle between them that proved the Warsuit's invisible forcefield was an unfortunately highly effective defense against his energy attacks. The result of that clash will ensure that Ultramannote  and his allies will think twice before underestimating him.
    Lex Luthor: "Attack me? Do you know what happens when you take on Lex Luthor? The same thing that's going to happen to SUPERMAN!"
  • As the founder, CEO, and President of his own company, LexCorpnote , Luthor's shrewd and efficient business practices have made him one of the richest men in his universe, and even after pouring millions into his various "Anti-Superman" schemes his finances remain impressive even by the standards of the Pantheon. While he refuses to make the specifics of his net worth public, Lois Lane and Jimmy Olsen once calculated that Luthor makes at least $150 a second, meaning that if he were to randomly find a $100 bill on the ground it wouldn't be worth the second it would take him to pick it up. LexCorp is an incredibly diversified company, with many branches and subsidiaries, and a frequent target of anti-corporation deities like Elliot Alderson. Most of Lex's resources in the Pantheon lie outside his bank account, with numerous properties he owns and deities he employs—whether they're aware of it or not.
    • As a beacon of scientific innovation, Luthor Technologies naturally draws scientists and inventors like Dr. Nitrus Brio, Satya Vaswani, Sugou Nobuyuki, Dr. XXX, and Caesar Clown into its employment to develop technology and research projects that are beneath the man on the marquee himself. To stay in competition with businesses like Wayne Enterprises, SteelWorks, Hyperion, Mishima Zaibatsu, and Buy n Large, Lex keeps very high standards. He is known to regularly review the work of his staff and praises exceptional breakthroughs—especially if they can be used against his enemies in some way—while pushing those expecting less substantial results to improve... or else. At present, he has them studying a sample of Compound V stolen from Vought-American, in the hopes of manufacturing more and restarting the Everyman Project and allowing him to more permanently possess the Kryptonian powers that he acquired from the project.
    • Luthor Industries supplies power and utilities to most of the city of Metropolis, and has expanded to the Pantheon. They're always looking for new ways to lower the cost of supplying these commodities—their main competition is Stark Industries' Arc Reactor, leading to frequent campaigns to sabotage or discredit Iron Man and his technology. Their first attempt to license Kryptonite as a viable power source alternative to conventional fuels was shot down by the Court of the Gods because mainstream use of the mineral would prevent Kryptonians such as Superman and his family from being able to live in the Pantheon ("And we wouldn't want that, of course. Would we?"), but nevertheless, Kryptonite's potential as a power source has caused him to trade some of it to Col. Miles Quaritch for favors. Schemes to use the Wisps and Experiment 221 AKA Sparky to provide the Pantheon with free electricity was foiled by a team-up between Sonic and Stitch, who stopped Pokemon Hunter J from capturing them on Lex's orders. Once, taking inspiration from one of his alternate counterparts, Luthor secretly tried to have Chibiterasu kidnapped to create an organic, solar battery that would provide free clean energy to the Pantheon. The attempt ended in failure and got his mother, Amaterasu, and the rest of them on the hunt for the one responsible. Luckily for Luthor, they couldn't trace it back to him.
    • By hosting a variety of entertainment mediums and news broadcast networks, Luthor Communications both competes with major entertainment corporations like KaibaCorp and Industrial Illusions as well as allows Lex to manipulate the media and influence public opinion in his favor. LexTel televises everything from Shakespeare's plays performed by Count Olaf and his theatre Troupe to Barney the Dinosaur with product placement provided by C.C. to livestreams by D.Vanote , while Luthor News Network broadcasts news reports from reputable journalists and news anchors like Louis Bloom, J. Jonah Jameson, Diana Christensen, and Kent Brockman. Lex Records has bought controlling interest in talent agencies like 765 Pro, and formed contracts with numerous popular musicians in the Pantheon, such as Ember McLain, LOONA, Ajimi Kiki, Houkago Tea Time, and Hatsune Miku—the latter of whom Luthor has generously donated special hologram and sound equipment to so that she may be able to freely traverse the Pantheon without the need for her temple's technologynote . One musician he won't employ is Courtney Gears, whose robot-controlling music and hatred of organic life make her goals too divergent from his own—though that hardly stops him from trying to reverse engineer her musical technology to use it for himself.
    • By combining Zeta-Beams with the ASHPDnote  acquired from Aperture Science, Luthor Enterprises now provides deities public access to handheld portal technology capable of interstellar travel to other planets. If you're a deity in the Pantheon, odds are good you've stayed in one of the many Lexor hotels throughout the Pantheon and experienced the extravagance of living on another planet. The company has returned to its roots in aeronautics engineering; studying the technology that provides Gyro Man and Galaxy Man with their flight capabilities, the gravity and air-fueled technology used in the Babylon Rogues' Extreme Gear, and acquired the schematics for EDI from the Illusive Man—himself another paragon of humanity in the fight against the alien menaces—to use as inspiration in developing their own Artificial Intelligence system to support their aircraft and other vehiclesnote . The branch also hosts a fair number of fairly successful restaurants in the House of Food, though most who have dined at them agree that while they aren't bad, they aren't as good as some of the more iconic locations in the Pantheon. To help boost his own establishments, Lex has bought stock in a number of infamous restaurants including the Chum Bucket and the Mafia of Cooks with the aim to have them create food so bad that it drives the customers away from them and to establishments he owns stock in like the Krusty Krab, which he bought from Mr. Krabs simply by offering him an obscene amount of money.
    • Luthor Financial owns fiscal institutions like banks and investment firms, where they employ greedy deities like Moneybags to manage the economic affairs of deities in the House of Commerce who come to them as clients to reserve their money or ask for loans.
    • By far one of the most important of the conglomerate's branches for helping maintain Lex's shining reputation in the Pantheon is Luthor Foundation, where he pours millions of dollars into supporting hospitals (including Luthor Hospital and Lena Luthor General Hospital, named after his little sister), orphanages (Luthor Home for Children) and homeless shelters, and other philanthropic charities in various parts of the Pantheon. Most of this has garnered him deep respect amongst the Houses of Health and Disease as well as Family, though as Dr. House—inclined to believe the gossip about Lex's true nature after his ordeal with Edward Vogler—has pointed out, they probably wouldn't applaud him quite so much if they knew of all the cures and treatments for diseases he almost certainly keeps secret in his notes to profit off of their research or the number of children probably living in those orphanages because he had their parents murdered.
  • Lex makes frequent use of mercenaries and hitmen like Deathstroke, Bullseye, the Classic Team, Mr. Mundynote , Erron Black, Anton Chigurh, Commander Rourke, HUNK, Duke Togo, Boba Fett, Agent 47, the Black Organization, and the Dark Brotherhood to do jobs off the record, such as assassinations or undocumented missions to find rare artifacts or objects to keep for himself. Some like Arfoire are commissioned for specialties such as corporate espionage or theft. The Aerospace Sanitation Engineer is especially useful for cleaning up crime scenes and destroying evidence.
  • For a brief time after repelling the invasion of Crime Syndicate of America and becoming a hero in the eyes of the public, Lex attempted to perform a Heel–Face Turn and joined the Justice League, donning a new Superman-themed variant of his Warsuit to honor the death of the New 52 Superman... and to make his little sister proud. Unfortunately, the combination of distrust from other heroes, including the Pre-Flashpoint Superman, and the trauma of getting shot by said sister during the Darkseid War did not make the transition easy. Still, Luthor persisted until he learned that the multiverse was mainly composed of the villainous force of entropy and that despite his best efforts, he still retained the essence of the force, he denounced heroism and allied himself with the super-celestial known as Perpetua in the name of Doom, the concept revolving around human selfishness and suppression of the past. Despite his typical narcissistic disdain for being a part of groups he's not leading himself, he became a member of the Grand United Alliance of Good and Evil, respectively, during these periods—making him one of a select few deities in the Pantheon alongside Darth Vader, Professor Moriarty, Count Dracula, and his old rivals Hannibal Lecter and Doctor Doom who have been in opposing Alliances at some point. However, since Perpetua's rejection of him in favor of the Batman Who Laughs, Lex has forsaken both sides and both Alliances, and this combined with unpleasant associations with Darkseid has put a dent in his relationships with similar evil beings like Melkor.
    • With that in mind, he's set up a new iteration of the Legion of Doomnote , recruiting notorious supervillains from throughout the Pantheon with the singular goal to Take Over the Worldnote . Current members include members of the original line-up like Bizarro, Metallo, Brainiac, the Riddler, Clayface, Poison Ivy, Scarecrow, Cheetah, Gorilla Grodd, Captain Cold, Black Adam; fellow members of the similar team, the Light including Ra's al Ghul, Ocean Master, Black Manta, Granny Goodness, and Vandal Savage; and new villains from other universes like Loki Laufeyson, Lord Recluse, Doctor Octopus, Green Goblin, Mammoth Mogul, Kingpin (don't ever call him "skinny Kingpin"), the Makernote . Naturally, their members' greatest nemeses oppose them. In spite of his goals, the villainous company he keeps, and even the very trope he presides over, Lex doesn't actually consider himself a supervillain, and will actively fight against them if it means getting what he wants or avoiding the destruction of everything that's his—which is, obviously, everything in his mind. Sometimes it takes making hard choices to provide what's best for humanity, which is all Lex wants... as long as that "best" means he's on top.
    • Of course, it would be a foolish mistake to forget about Luthor's best friend, the Joker. No, you didn't read that wrong, and no, that's not a jokenote . Being that the two are the arch-foes of the World's Finest and two of the most renowned villains in their universe it should come as little shock that the Metropolis Mogul and the Clown Prince of Crime team up quite regularly, and they work together incredibly well when necessary. Despite their wildly contrasting personalities, reputation, and seeming dislike for each other most of the time, the two understand each other better than most anyone else and share a common degree of hatred for their respective enemies. It probably helps on the Joker's end that Lex and Batman share many similarities with each other—both apparently ordinary human beings who possess great wealth and whose wits allows them to match up even against superhumans. Though their relationship may have been strained when Luthor consulted with the Batman Who Laughs against his wishes, it remains a point of fact that no matter how much they may fight, they'll always work together again. Lex is always sure to invite the Joker onto any teams he's leading—up to and including the new Legion of Doom—because he knows how bad the consequences can be when the Joker doesn't get to play.
  • Yes, he once stole forty cakes... from his school's bake sale as revenge for not letting him enter his fission-powered toaster in the science fair. And yes, he's well aware of how many tens that is. And That's Terrible. However, despite the obvious immorality of the action, deities with a passion for sweets like L, Lemres, and the Hedgies have expressed rapport for a person desperate enough to go to such lengths for cake. Pinkie Pie in particular has made it her mission to ensure that Lex always has cake on hand to prevent things from ever getting that bad again. Luthor has attempted a number of times to cover up this embarrassing childhood indiscretion, but doing so only succeeds in making people talk about it even more (hey, at least it draws attention away from that ridiculous rumor that he hates Superman because he's bald...). As he's the only other person with knowledge of the incident, as far as he knows, he also suspects that Clark Kent spread it around himself to humiliate him (actually, Supes told Barry Allen the story, and he's the one that told everyone else). It serves as just one of the many reasons Lex has (but doesn't really need) to hate Superman.
  • Also bought a temple in the Hall of Types of Popularity.
I believe there’s something inherently dangerous when something real becomes mythic. Because when faced with a myth we can’t win. So the mythic must be exposed for what it is. So we can believe in ourselves. Because it’s only what’s in us… the drive to be mythic… that matters.

    Bebop and Rocksteady 
Bebop and Rocksteady, Gods of Bumbling Henchmen Duos (Bebop: Anton Zeck, Beeps, Little Piggy, Genealdo, Heather | Rocksteady: Ivan Steranko, Owen Rocksteed, Maxence Ne, Rocks)
Their 2012 continuity incarnations
Their 2012 continuity incarnations (as humans) 
Their 80s continuity incarnations 
Their 80s continuity incarnations (as humans) 
Their IDW continuity incarnations 
Their Paramount continuity incarnations 
Their Paramount continuity incarnations (as humans) 
  • Lesser Gods individually. Intermediate Gods when working together. Were Demigods when they were human.
  • Symbol: His purple Tron Lines and Mohawk (Bebop). A golden hammer and his army-themed shoulder pads (Rocksteady).
  • Theme Song: Bebop and Rocksteady.
  • Alignment: Varies. Initially Neutral Evil leaning on Stupid Evil. Have mostly settled on Chaotic Good lately.
  • Portfolio: Bumbling Henchmen Duo, Beware the Silly Ones, Canon Foreigner, Dumb Muscle (sometimes Downplayed), Even Evil Has Standards, Heel–Face Turn sometimes, Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain, Heterosexual Life-Partners (sometimes more), Laughably Evil, Super-Strength, Villainous Friendship.
  • Domains: Duos, Comedy, Idiocy.
  • High Priest: Panic and Pain
  • Followers: Scratch and Grounder; Orbot and Cubot, Hadley and Stitterson, Horace and Jasper, Hotep and Huy.
  • Allies: Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Dr. Drakken, Dick Dastardly and Muttley, Jesse and James, Jack Spicer, The Koopalings, Bulk and Skull, Basil Karlo/Clayface, William Baker/Sandman, Lord Hater and Commander Peepers, Mojo Jojo.
  • Enemies: The Joker, Ra's al Ghul, Darkseid, Deathstroke, Trigon the Terrible, Skeletor, Wilson Fisk/The Kingpin, Norman Osborn, Mammoth Mongul.
  • Varying relation: The Hamato Clan, The Shredder, Batman, The Heroic Power Rangers Deities.
  • Bebop and Rocksteady are an odd duo, originally starting out as human members of the Purple Dragons street gang who are recruited by the Shredder into becoming muscular but dumb henchmen to carry out his orders after being mutated through the ooze into a humanoid rhinoceros (Rocksteady) and warthog (Bebop). Usually devoid of genuine intellect (except in the rare occassion that they use their brains) the mutated duo served their intended purpose as muscle well, proving to be among the turtles' strongest opponents, though were always beaten by the turtles' wits. Other incarnations almost always follow the same path, though in some versions their mutations aren't willingly done out of their own free will, and they're not too happy about it either. However it is, at least in one world they turned around a new leaf and became heroes after Shredder's death.
  • Bebop and Rocksteady's ascension was marked by a rather chaotic day filled with the two causing mayhem on the Pantheon's houses either out of malice or due to mistakenly doing "heroic" acts that were very disproportionately destructive until the TMNT stepped in personally to stop them, then proceeded to fix the mess they made. After things settled down they went into their temple and decided to throw a party in it, inviting anyone who wanted to participate to come in. The duo are a full composite version, who flip-flops on treating the Shredder as a boss or an enemy, but have mostly turned away from his orders and instead remained somewhere between Anti Heroes and Anti Villains
  • The two earned a rather Odd Friendship with Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy, a pair of criminal friends (who are sometimes more) who also occasionally are good guys themselves. Harley and Ivy feel great that both have mostly freed themselves of their thankless servitude to the Shredder, with Harley being the one to mostly hold this sentiment as she personally suffered due to the Joker's treatment of her and has just barely started to break away from their abusive relationship with some slip-ups there and then.
  • Since their usual role is to be a pair of comedic henchmen, they got along with other evil or formerly evil henchmen duos or squadrons (particularly more inefficient ones). Among the most notable were Jesse, James and Mewoth, a pair of Team Rocket grunts who tend to serve as a comedic contrast to their serious bosses and who often end up being easily thwarted by Ash Ketchum and his many companions (the "twerps" as they call them), Bebop and Rocksteady have been pretty critical of the Rockets' inability to actually carve a proper path of success given that they're much better at being good than bad and unlike Bebop and Rocksteady, for the most part, have been unable to fully realize this.
    • Other allies in this same regard were the villainous duo of Dr. Drakken and Shego, another very close pair of villains that tend to never really succeed at their goals (though Shego has proven more competent than Drakken, she's very often too lazy to lift a finger to do evil on her own), Drakken has occasionally had some trips to their temple to hang out and talk with them, with Shego reluctantly tagging along on occasions. Drakken had also thought of recruiting them for some evil jobs in the future, though their recent dips into heroism has put a stop to that, even if they still remain friends due to their general niceness.
  • Due to his abuse of minions, association with Shredder and general vileness the duo's not fond of Skeletor. The Evil Sorcerer particularly came to dislike them thanks to hearing stories from his ally, Shredder, about their bumbling and incompetence. Skeletor thinks of the duo as a pair of irritating idiots that make even his dumbest minions seem like great geniuses in comparison, their more recent dips into heroism further strengthened the animosity between both parties.
  • Lord Hater and Commander Peepers are another villainous duo that ended up befriending them. Hater and Peepers particularly are as silly, fun-loving and prone to causing mayhem for their amusement. While Haters is disappointed that both Bebop and Rocksteady have recently began to drift away from evildoing, he nonetheless remains friendly with the duo, though at times unfavorably compares them to his (former) idol, Major Threat who was once the greatest villain of his galaxy until Wander helped reformed him.
  • They have Hidden Depths in that they both have the somewhat reserved desire to pursue more intellectual careers such as dancing and music. This has made them an unusual ally in the mutate Basil Karlo/Clayface, who is an actor and has at times let go of his evil ways to become a better person and strived to live a normal life. Karlo has at times discussed with them over their (mostly) unwilling mutations as something of a bonding experience.
  • Due to a previous run-in with the Joker in an instance where the Clown Prince of Crime tried to take over the Foot Clan, both Bebop and Rocksteady hold a low opinion of the villain regarding him as too untrustworthy and sadistic for them to associate with even at their worst. Since they've befriended Harley and Poison Ivy, this disdain became stronger thanks to both girls' rather low opinion of Joker himself (though Harley at times goes back to him) and their own bad experiences with him.
  • Because of their recent turn to more heroic exploits and experiences with Shredder, they dislike evil/morally dubious bosses who disregard their minion's lives, while the previously mentioned Skeletor is one of the stand-outs, other villains such as Kingpin, Mammoth Mongul and Amanda Waller soon were on the same boat, as all three have rather ruthless approaches to how they treat their minions and in Amanda's case has even thought up of conscripting the duo into an iteration of her trademark Suicide Squad with all the consequences it would entail with the two.
  • The Koopalings' uncontrolled silly demeanor led to some rather amicable connections with the duo, mainly as they work as quirky minibosses that serve Bowser and are rather friendly fellows when not on the job (like most of the Koopa Kingdom). Particularly stood out Iggy, a mad inventor with a knack for creating all sorts of stuff that have come to be of liking to Bebop and Rocksteady's demented minds.
  • William Baker/Sandman found himself rather chummy with the duo over their similarities of being villains with standards and not that evil deep down. That the duo are rather friendly with their enemies also helped. Sandman's more tragic side that occasionally comes up in regards to his family has earned him major empathy with the duo. On the opposite, the villainous and cruel Norman Osborn has not been someone they find likeable due to his similarities to the Joker and overall evilness, they grew particularly wary of him after some accounts from Sandman about the Goblin's exploits and evil deeds.
  • While they might not be the brightest bulbs all the time, they're rather competent at their jobs and have moments of legitimate cunning and skill that shows why anyone would employ them despite their bumbling. As such they occasionally have been thought of being recruited into the Grand United Alliance of Good, provided that they continue on their path of good, as their services could be of use to the side of good and the less they associate with evil the better.
  • Their relationship with the Hamato Clan and their allies tends to zig-zag thanks to the composite nature of both parties. For the most part, they seem to have settled on (uneasy) allies for the time being thanks to the duo's more recent turns to good, though won't doubt about putting the hurt on them if they push their luck or try to backtrack into evildoing and crime. As for allies of the turtles, Batman and the Bat-Family are willing to let them be so as long as they continue to stick to their newly-found redemption.
  • They've recently made something of a friend in Mojo Jojo, as they've met up with the ape while they were looking around the Pantheon houses and after a bit of talk took a liking to his attitude and general affability. Usually they meet up to talk about how life is going for either parties, with Mojo taking interest in any possibility of them having some time to assist him with his plans or just to hang out somewhere.

    Dolores Umbridge 
Dolores Jane Umbridge, Goddess of Saccharine Villainy (Senior Undersecretary to the Minister for Magic)

    Dr. Frank-n-Furter 
Dr. Frank-N-Furter, God of Hilarious Evil (Sweet Transvestite from Transsexual, Transylvania)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A smiling mouth with red lips
  • Theme song: Sweet Transvestite
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Domains: Evil, Chaos, Lust, Earth, Trickery, Insanity
  • Portfolio: Agent Peacock, All Take and No Give, Attention Whore, Crazy Jealous Guy, Crossdresser, The Hedonist, Large Ham, Manipulative Bastard, Has no respect towards humans
  • Followers: Shagwell
  • Allies: Barney Stinson, Bambi Holmes, Kotonoha Katsura, Ato-ko Shirogane, Panty Anarchy, Hisoka, Isabela of Riven, Kefka Palazzo, the Black Queen of Sogo
  • Enemies: All deities he has taken advantage of, especially straight men and lesbian women, The Crimson Raiders, Every. Single. Humanoid. Couple., Varrick
  • Rivals: Poison
  • Opposed by: Claude Frollo
  • Object of Desire: Liara T'soni
  • Odd Friendship: The Master
  • Annoys: Sheev Palpatine
  • A spooky castle appeared out of nowhere in the House of Villains. When members of the GUAG snuck in to investigate, they witnessed a remarkable site: multiple transvestites hailing from the land of transsexual led by a Mad Scientist named Frank N. Furter. Things just got a whole lot creepier...
    • Frank initially tried to take the title of Transexuals from Poison. The Court of the Gods denied the request, declaring that Frank actually wasn't a transexual. Not deterred from that defeat, he sent out multiple dvds of his exploits to various villains. The reception was positive, giving him enough support to give him a title of his own.
  • If he finds you to his liking, he will attempt to sleep with you, whether you're already in a relationship or you're not even into men. Even then his crossdressing skills allow him to play up any roll, making it easier for his victims to fall for his ruse until it's too late. And God help you if he wants to stick around with him. If he thinks you are cheating with him, prepare yourself for vengeance.
  • Barney was among the gods who advocated for his ascension. Lucky for him, he's savvy enough with disguises to avoid his antics. His friend Charlie Harper wasn't as lucky, only finding out when he was too late.
  • Zapp Brannigan thought he had finally struck gold with a woman who would go out with him. It was only when the woman revealed his true identity did he realise his mistake. Zapp has been having nightmares of the experience ever since.
  • Moxxi saw the temple as a challenge; she hoped to find out the nature of all the inhabitants. Every. Single. One. She succeeded. Unfortunately, she earned Dr. Frank-n-Furter's jealousy, motioning him to turn her into a statue. It took the intervention of the Crimson Raiders to save her. She has not finished a book of her adventures as well as details of all those who live there. It has proven to be indispensible for other promiscuous gods who want to date one of them. The two now compete, with Frank hoping to take the title away from her.
  • One wouldn't think of him as allies with The Master, but the two have gotten on good terms... to the shock of everyone. Turns out the two love to gossip on how easy it is to manipulate humans.
  • He was delighted to find out that there were other humanoids to sample with, wasting no time to go after them. He currently has his eyes set on Liari. She was not fooled by his silliness and has rebuffed his advances so far.
  • Perhaps the only male god who enjoys his constant company, Bambi was more than happy to share his affections. The House of Love watched in horror as the two paved an unholy alliance, with Dr. Frank luring unsuspecting victims to Bambi's temple as gifts.
  • He also pays homage to Kotonoha Katsura whenever he wants to get rid of those he feels are too close to the objects of his desires. That service extends to Ato-ko Shirogane as he enjoys pitting couples against each other after sleeping with them. He would have made a great high priest... if only he wasn't so ambitious of achieving goodhood himself.
    • The House of Couples was forced to outright ban him after nearly breaking them apart due to adultery. Her merely turned to couples not in that house. Couples have been advised to watch out for a crossdresser that would want to sleep with him.
    • His ultimate goal is to spoil the Co-deities of Happily Married couples: Morticia and Gomez Addams. Making the challenge sweeter is the fact that Gomez shares the same avatar. Things may be tough for him, as the couple proved to be every bit as weird as he is.
  • Speaking of avatars, he also shares one with Hexxus, God of Pollution. The two have not interacted as of yet and have no interest in doing so. Palpatine thinks of Dr. Frank-n-Furter as a disgrace to one of his voice avatars.
    • Another deity who resembles Frank-n-Furter is Pennywise, who the doctor finds entertaining but prefers to keep his distance - he might have made a meat loaf out of the man himself, but eating children is too far!
  • There were women who were brave enough to give him a go. Panty just happened to have him on her list of men to have sex with, and Isabela wanted to see how an alien humanoid would do in a duel. With that said, the two were quick to make it a one-night-stand. Their promiscuous nature is bound to make him jealous if they stick too long.
  • Not everyone from the subhouse of Tainted Love likes him. Frollo abhors the man, not only for his crossdressing, but in his hedonistic ways. Dr. Frank-N-Furter merely brushes him off as a hypocrite given the priest's lusts.
  • Was disappointed to find out that there were no other crossdressing gods in the Pantheon. Still, he managed to find the next best thing. He like's Kefka's style, even though the God Madness and Hate had no interest in Dr. Frank-n-Furter. Hisoka has been more much more receptive, and the two became quick friends, enjoying to torment their victims.
  • Varrick used to be a follower of Frank-n-Furter, but his change in allegiance has made him an enemy.

Lysandre, God of Clearly-Evil Twist Villains (Fuladari)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Team Flare logo
  • Theme Music: Battle! (Lysandre) Alternatively his Ultra Leader Encounter
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Knight Templar, Civility towards the enemy, Red hair with all that that implies, A Nazi by Any Other Name, Misanthrophy behind philanthropy, Ax-Crazy, Being the deadliest and most devastating main-series Pokémon villain, Visionary Villain, Omnicidal Maniac, The reason he was maddened to misanthropy
  • Domains: Disgust, Embitterment, Ideals, Mass Extinction
  • Heralds: Team Flare
  • Party Pokémon: Mienshao, Honchkrow, Pyroar, (Mega) Gyarados, Volcanion
  • Allies: YHVH, Metatron, Clu, Purple Eyes, Master Xehanort, Jadis, Keel Lorenz, Shinnok, General Heinz Böhm, Wilhelm "Deathshead" Strasse, Millennium, Johann Schmidt/Red Skull, Odio, Serpent
  • Enemies: Calem and Serena, AZ, Tron, Ash Ketchum, Team Rocket (both Giovanni and the Trio), Zygarde, Hareta, the other Serena, Yuna, Aqua, Leia Organa, B.J. Blazkowicz
  • Opposed by: Xerneas, Yveltal, Viridi, Ika Musume, Yomi, Flynn, Cyrus, Pokémon Hunter J
  • Admired by: Dr. Nefarious, John Doe
  • Interested in: Majin Buu, the House of Technology
  • Headbutting Villains with: Ghetsis Harmonia
  • Lysandre either died after the failure of the Ultimate Weapon or was granted eternal life while trapped in the ruins of his base. Regardless, the pure unrestrained hatred and cynicism of his consciousness allowed Lysandre to appear in the Pantheon.
  • Lysandre has gone too far over the deep end, and cannot be reasoned with, as much as other gods in the Pantheon have tried. Only certain mortals may be his followers, as long as they dislike humanity as much as he does. There are no signs of him attempting to cause mass extinction again, but he has been spending an uncomfortable amount of time around the House of Technology.
    • He's also been giving Majin Buu some odd looks, muttering about his Human Extinction Attack.
  • YHVH and Metatron practically fell in love with the guy once he ascended. Likewise, Lysandre was drawn to their mentalities and has offered to assist them.
    • This includes helping them during the Great Upheaval.
  • Viridi and Ika Musume had no problems with Lysandre's point of view that people were tarnishing the world's beauty, and thought his plan to wipe out most of humanity was a good idea. But then they found out that this would also include the extinction of Pokémon (essentially animals), and neither of them would stand for it.
  • Despite being a fellow Pokémon villain, Lysandre finds Ghetsis utterly disgusting, citing him as not being the kind of person Lysandre would want in his perfect world.
    • On the flipside, Ghetsis thinks Lysandre is even crazier than him for trying to exterminate all Pokémon.
    • They have agreed on one thing though: they both loathe Ash Ketchum for interfering with their plans. This agreement is due to Ash just coming into conflict with Team Flare over the third most important legendary Pokémon of the Kalos region, Zygarde. However, later on, Lysandre was intrigued by the mysterious "Bond Phenomenon" between Ash and Greninja and sought to gain control of both using Mega Evolution energy. It didn't end well for Lysandre, in fact, it ended with Lysandre taking a fully powered Core Enforcer from Complete Zygarde.
  • Lysandre is under heavy watch when he enters the House of Technology since no one wants him to find the pantheon's ultimate weapon, the Yamato Perpetual Reactor and use it to destroy the entire pantheon.
    • For this reason, The White consider him an ally and are keeping a close eye on him, while Flynn considers him an enemy, while also keeping a close eye on him, mainly to prevent him from using the Reactor.
  • Considers Clu an inspiration, based on their similar goals, and (directly or not) forcing an innocent being (Emma and Tron, respectively) into helping him with his dirty work.
  • Tragically, Lysandre succeeded in destroying his world in one timeline where Calem and Serena never existed, or at least never rose up to become the champions as they did in their canon timelines. In response, Master Xehanort admitted that he's impressed and offered an alliance. Jadis sent her admiration to him, since she succeeded in destroying her world, too. Dr. Nefarious is now looking into using the Ultra Beasts to creating his world where robots are the sole life force, and where heroes always lose.
    • In contrast, Yuna now has to spend a long time sending the billions of murdered souls to the Farplane. She called Lysandre out the genocide, comparing him to Yu Yevon. Leia also called him scum for his action, citing what happened to Alderaan and the Hosnian system. And Aqua has pointed out that, like Lady Tremaine beforehand, it would be almost impossible for Lysandre to live down the actions of his alternate self.

    The Wyatt Family 
The Wyatt Family: Bray Wyatt, Luke Harper, Erick Rowan, and Braun Strowman, Gods of Dimly-Lit Evil (The Wyatt Family, The New Faces of the Apocalypse | Wyatt: Fear, Husky Harris, Duke Rotundo, The Eater of Worlds/Consumer of Terrestrial Entities (by WOKEN Matt Hardy), Samael, The Angel in the Dirt, The False Prophet, The Necessary Evil, The Fiend, Windham Rotunda | Harper: Desolation, Mr. Brodie Lee, The Exalted One, The Prodigal Son, Big Rig, The Backwoods Brawler, Jon Huber | Rowan: Vengeance, Big Red, Erick Redbeard, The White Sheep, Thoruf Marius, Joseph Ruud | Strowman: Destruction, The Monster Among Men, The Mountain of a Man, Big Country, Mansquatch, Adam Scherr | Harper and Rowan: The Reapers, The Bludgeon Brothers)
Click here to see Bray Wyatt as The Fiend 
  • Lesser Gods (in general, though unleashed Strowman and The Fiend are arguably Intermediate Gods)
  • Symbol:
    • All of them: Bray Wyatt's lantern, alongside either Erick Rowan or Braun Strowman's sheep mask
      • Bray himself: The Firefly Funhouse Logo and The Fiend's mask
      • Harper: A circle with a tentacled eye inside
  • Theme Music:
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil with Chaotic Evil Tendencies (Braun is currently Chaotic Neutral with shades of Chaotic Good)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Cults, Freedom, Creepiness, Southern, Darkness, Believers
  • Heralds: The Dark Order (Harper's cult followers, -1 being his son), Alexa Bliss (aka "Little Miss Bliss", Bray only)
  • Allies: The Joker, Ludwig Von Tökkentäkker, Kun Lan
  • Enemies: John Cena and Goldberg (the former for Bray and the latter for both Bray and Braun), Daniel Bryan, Roman Reigns, Randy Orton, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose/Jon Moxley, The Usos, Chris Jericho, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Kane (WWE), The Undertaker, The New Day
  • Opposed by: Bayonetta, Jeanne
  • Feared by: Kat (DmC)
  • So… who is Bray Wyatt? Fair question. To hear him tell you his story the first time, he was the son of an abusive shrimp boat captain who grew tired of his father's harsh ways and burned the boat with his daddy on it. When speaking of his past later, however, he would explain tales of a strange woman called "Sister Abigail" putting him on a path to either save the world with a touch or destroy it with a kiss. He even described himself as being someone who, as a kid, was identified by his schoolteachers as being evil. Still, others will tell you that he is a second-generation professional wrestler who used to go by the name of Husky Harris. Many conflicting stories abound. Which of them are true? Whatever the case is, the larger men who share his temple are at least more straightforward.
    • Luke Harper is… or was… a trucker from New York who ended up moving to Nebraska. By day, he was doing his job, transporting large cargo and whatnot, mostly known by his trusted big rig Brodie Lee. By night, he was often seen inside the squared circles of the Northeast United States independent wrestling scene, enjoying beating the crap out of smaller men. Either way, he made money to provide for his wife and child, and he was happy about that.
    • Erick Rowan is… or was… somewhat of a savant. Actually, it's more accurate to say he'd be a genius. His IQ of 143, he's capable of solving a Rubix cube in under a minute, and he seems to have a great penchant for craftsmanship if his sheep masks and attire are anything to go by. He also has strong Scandinavian roots, briefly changing his name to Thoruf Marius after a trip to Finland before having it changed back in 2011.
    • Last but not least is the impressive specimen known as Braun Strowman. He's a natural strongman who works out in the woods and carries big tree logs around on a regular basis, has a softball legend for a father, and advertised himself on a dating website as a big ol' country boy. He's also the biggest man in this temple by far, capable of dwarfing all the others. Making him angry is the last thing anyone wants to do.
  • Somehow, Bray managed to find and corral all three of these men, along with many other non-combatants, into becoming followers of his strangely charming yet malicious "cult" known as the Wyatt Family, only adding more question as to who he is. Eventually the creepy "patriarch" of the Wyatt Family managed to gain enough influence that his family found a foothold in the Pantheon. Since ascending, he has attempted to gain converts from other worlds to expand the reach of his cause so that he can let his "brothers" and "sisters", or "sons" and "daughters" depending on the day, be free from the lie that they have been living. To the surprise of many, Bray's preaching seems to be working as some of the Pantheon have clapped to his song and swayed their hands back and forth while singing with him, "He's Got the Whole World in His Hands."
  • He has attempted to have Daniel Bryan be with his Family and to many it appeared to have worked (Kane, in particular, screamed a humongous Big "NO!" in the House of Personal Appearance), until it was later revealed that it didn't work and Bryan merely used the situation to close in on Bray from the inside, making them bitter enemies.
  • Bray and his family had fought The Shield before, and though Bray is focused on Cena right now, he will not hesitate to defeat The Shield as well. Though he sees Roman Reigns as an "interesting creature" and treats him with his form of respect, Reigns has consistently treated Wyatt as an enemy to mow down. Eventually Wyatt's patience ran out, as Roman beating him out for another chance at the grand prize of the Pantheonic Title caused Bray to eventually decide he would rather see anyone but Roman succeed.
  • Has also gained a number of Children as part of The Family, they all sing his song and wear his masks. He uses it to disturbing effects as Cena discovered.
    • This got Uncle Howee's attention. Howee likes Cena for all the work he does for kids, and the fact Bray is weaponizing it makes Howee alert on what is about to commence. At the very least, Bray admits he wasn't really hurting them and Bray wouldn't go as far as to what Angus Bumby does to them. That is, until the Firefly Fun House appeared…
  • Some Gods believed that they could pull Bray from evil by reaching out to his former persona, the aforementioned Husky Harris. He only ever claims, "He needed me, and I needed a vessel."
  • He is attempting to recruit any member regardless of Alignment to be apart of his Family, claiming that if they are apart of his Family he will fight alongside them no matter what. He also hates those that harm his family, except when he does it himself as a necessary path to a target.
  • He has said to those willing to follow him:
  • Laughs in the face of most Devils and Demons in the Pantheon:
    Bray: You may call yourself anything you like, You wanna be careful who you say that in front of, because you never know who might be listening.
  • At one point they attacked the Brothers of Destruction, Kane and The Undertaker, with Bray having briefly absorbed their powers in the process. This was a frightening prospect… until they reappeared and took their powers back
  • As of late, Bray Wyatt has teamed himself with Randy Orton, with Orton gladly calling himself "Randy Wyatt".
    • And then things got worse when Orton, after getting Bray so drunk with the power of their allegiance that it caused a rift between Bray and Harper, revealed that he faked joining Bray and used it to get to the point where he could set fire to Sister Abigail's remains. Now many gods are terrified as to what type of anger and hatred Orton has unleashed from Bray.
    • Meanwhile, Braun Strowman has been absolutely wrecking shop since being set free on his own, with everyone and everything from Roman Reigns and John Cena to 1500-pound ambulances not being safe from his wrath, walking away under his own power after being violently driven backwards into a semi, somehow surviving going through a trash compactor and even winning the Tag Team Championships against Cesaro and Sheamus with a ten-year-old kid as his tag team partner (no, seriously). And following a brief issue with each other, Harper and Rowan reconciled as the gothic viking-styled Bludgeon Brothers, completely destroying any tandem in their wake on the path to another tag team championship war with The Usos and The New Day.
  • It's also evident that whatever Bray did to corral these bigger men into being his followers destroyed Harper and Rowan's ability to be social with others even when on their own. The two "Reapers" have maintained an air of creepiness even in the brief phases where they tried to be good guys, which came off as somewhat awkward. Braun, however… he's a different story. It became obvious pretty quickly into his tear through The WWE Universe that Bray's influence had tamed the monster that was Braun Strowman. How Bray ever managed to pull that off and what he was planning to save Braun's furious power for are two horrifying mysteries many deities hope never need to be answered, but after awhile Braun was able to adjust back into society a lot better than his "brothers" did, even if he's regarded (by others as well as himself) as a freak of nature.
  • After Bray fought Matt Hardy in what is known as "The Ultimate Deletion", he was dunked into the Lake of Reincarnation and has popped up now allied with Matt himself. No one knows where this is going to go, but everyone has decided that it's gonna be absolutely crazy.
    • The story gets zany if you listen to Matt's account of their past. According to Matt, their souls are occupied by a being called Zenith (Matt) and the Archangel Samael (Bray) and have known each other for eons; furthermore, the Lake of Reincarnation apparently freed Samael from the corroding influence of the demonic spirit of Sister Abigail. Depending on how true any of this is, it may effect the bonds of the Wyatt Family's temple.
    • Others have studied Matt's claims about Samael, and found that it may actually finally grant a cohesive account to who Bray Wyatt is. One of the T-shirts Bray wore has the words "Seducer, Accuser, Destroyer," written on it, which are in fact three titles associated with Samael. This explains his ability to charm people and his utterly morbid mission, which leaned towards evil by the influence of Abigail. Being an archangel, it would make sense that he could possess a human host, and his claims that Harris "needed him" might play out if one remembers that Harris' final WWE appearance saw him punted out of commission by none other than Randy Orton. Finally, this means that the various backstory details and the name of Bray Wyatt might have belonged to at least one previous vessel.
  • Sometime later, Bray Wyatt and WOKEN Matt separated. While Matt has returned to "normal", Bray Wyatt apparently became advised by Mr. Rogers and appeared in the House of Theater hosting a show called the "Firefly Fun House" with its debut episode having him take a chainsaw to a standee of his former self and slicing it in half. Many gods are now worried if this was due to being dunked in Matt Hardy's Lake of Reincarnation, while Matt is laughing in glee at the chaos.
    • And then things got worse when it was revealed that Wyatt hadn't turned good at all and he just found a "better way" to channel the darkness in him, manifesting a new Split Personality known as "The Fiend". He's since gained allies in various Monster Clown deities. Many gods have concluded that things are going to get even worse from here on out.
    • His Firefly Fun House characters include Abby the Witch, Mercy the Buzzard, Ramblin' Rabbit and Huskus the Pig (oh and he's got a puppet of Vince McMahon as the Devil). Gods have been reporting that the puppets have been observing various wrestlers (Kofi Kingston and Daniel Bryan being the two more prominent targets) but for what reason, no one knows.
    • Wyatt has now actively resumed wrestling using his "Fiend" personality. This is concerning for other wrestlers considering how Wyatt seems to teleport in and out of matches under darkness like The Undertaker. And just like his original gimmick where people sang "He's Got the Whole World In His Hands", they're now shouting "Yowee Wowee" or "Let Him In" in support.
  • As for the other members of the Wyatt Family, Braun has teamed up with Seth Rollins to fight off AJ Styles and his heralds, and Rowan briefly sided with Daniel Bryan in his new "eco-warrior" crusade while Harper left for parts unknown before both went into business for themselves to try and end the career of Roman Reigns. Many gods are wondering if this was due to anything involving Matt's desire to weaken the Wyatt Family.
    • And then the Fiend attacked Braun to send a message to Rollins, with Braun swearing revenge over social media. Bray would apologize for The Fiend's assault while imploring him to stay away. This raised questions both as to the status of Strowman's place in Wyatt's temple, as well as how much control of Bray Wyatt himself is truly shared between The Fiend and the faux Mr. Rogers of the Firefly Fun House.
  • After their failed attempt to take out Bryan and Reigns, Harper departed WWE and returned to his big rig in New York, while Rowan became the violent protector of something in a covered-up pen cage. And then The Fiend himself began targeting Bryan, while Mr. Fun House took to tormenting an unascended longtime rival of Bryan's for trying to get involved. Turns out the "friendly" side of Bray is addicted to pain, to the point that it makes him stronger similar to Goku Black, he and The Fiend can both manifest at once in separate places, and he seemingly answers to The Fiend.
  • Witches Bayonetta, Jeanne, and Kat couldn't help but notice how Wyatt, as an incarnation of Samael, is an angel who takes on demonic trappings. Bayonetta and Jeanne consider it an amusing fact they can tell the Sons of Sparda, who are used to things being the other way around, while Kat simply hopes she never has to deal with The Fiend on her own.
  • The biggest question in regards to the Firefly Fun House is "How does one get there?". This became prelevant when Seth Rollins suddenly appeared one episode and subsequently burnt it to the ground. Many gods waited in anticipation for the episode after that... only to find that the Fun House was back to normal. Bray did question this, as he noted that you have to be dead in order to enter it. Cue absolute horror.
    • Sure enough, Seth Rollins reverted to his heel-like tendencies from when he betrayed The Shield. The next person who fought him, Daniel Bryan in his eco-warrior phase, returned to his heroic underdog personality. And Prince Devitt, the one who first fought The Fiend? He once told a rival wrestler at the NXT circuit that he has no heart. (Although, Devitt would later credit his championship fight with Brock Lesnar, not his battle with Bray, as the catalyst that reawakened his ruthlessness about being the best...)
    • Considering that Bray's personality change came after being teamed with WOKEN Matt (who has confirmed that the purification powers of the Lake of Reincarnation freed Bray from Sister Abigail... only to let The Fiend run rampant in Bray's mind), perhaps this a corruptive form of the Lake of Reincarnation's true power? Regardless, most wrestlers are to be very careful of him for the time being.
    • Many gods held their breath after The Fiend was beaten by Goldberg. Then, days later, John Cena was approached by the Fiend for a fight at Wrestlemania 36. Considering the track record of the Fiend only going after wrestlers he's fought in the past and how every single person he's feuded with somehow reverts them to a previous state, gods are on the fence: is Cena going to revert to his Doctor of Thuganomics days? Will he embrace the hate like Kane tried to do to him 9 years prior? Will he rise against the Fiend?
      • The answer came at Wrestlemania 36's "Firefly Funhouse Match"...which could only be described as a Mind Screw of the highest order as Bray psychologically broke Cena's career before causing him to disappear into the recesses of who knows where.
  • After Roman no-showed his match against Goldberg at Wrestlemania 36 (due to his leukemia problems interfering with a pandemic at the time), Braun stood up to the plate and defeated him to become the Universal Champion. However, this has caused a rift as Bray is now challenging Braun to reclaim the championship. Various wrestlers are now worried if Bray can reclaim Braun into his monstrous form or do something even worse than what happened to Cena.
  • After months away in seclusion, Luke Harper has resurfaced once again, this time turning up in All Elite Wrestling. It's been revealed that he is the figure who a cult called the Dark Order has been worshipping as its Exalted One, reviving the Brodie Lee alias in the process. Given the extreme similarity between the Wyatt Family and the Dark Order in terms of their reach extending beyond the wrestlers, it seems Harper has been reassembling the remains and restructuring the base model of the Family's overall following ever since Bray left it behind...
    • Then there came the shocking news that Brodie Lee passed away due to lung issues. For the first time in recent memory, the other members of the Wyatt Family came together for his funeral in the House of Life and Death. Rumors said that both Bray and Braun shed a single tear in honor. Erick Rowan just held a sign as The Dark Ones (led by Brodie's son -1, left a pair of boots with a Championship belt on his grave.
    "Goodbye my brother, for now. See you at the end of the road."
  • After Braun obtained the Universal Championship, Bray went through many lengths to obtain it, even going as far as to bring in a friend of Braun, the wrestler Alexa Bliss whom is one of the only people that Braun shows a soft side to, into their feud. That, combined with the corrupted influence of Bray made Braun revert into his monstrous state. As for Alexa, she began to show very eerie symptoms like performing the Sister Abigail finisher and even stating that she could hear him, before admitting that she let the Fiend in and now serves as a co-host to the Firefly Fun House. Needless to say, Braun is not happy about falling for Bray's mind games.
    • Following Brodie's passing, Alexa's betrayal of The Fiend, and both men's shocking releases from WWE, the two have since made peace. Braun seems to have found himself as the "Titan" under EC3's "Control Your Narrative" movement. As for Bray... no one knows. It's even unclear whether Samael is still calling the shots at this point or if Windham has retaken control of his vessel.
  • "Trope Pantheon...We're here."
  • "LET ME IN."


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Shou Tucker, God of More Hateable Minor Villains (The Sewing-Life Alchemist)