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    Chaos (Sailor Moon
Chaos, Unholy Representative of Eternal Villains (Sailor Chaos, The Ultimate Evil Force In the Universe, The Ultimate Evil)
Chaos while merged with The Galaxy Cauldron
Sailor Chaos
"I am Chaos. I am the one who never got to become a star. The one who instead became the ruler of the cauldron, the dark birthplace of the stars."

    The Dark Matter Horde 
The Dark Matter Hordenote , Unholy Army of Disproportionately Evil Villains in Light-Hearted Media (General: Dark Rimuru, Dark Rimuro, Dark Rimura | Zero: 0 | 02: Zero-Two, Zero-Squared, Oh-Two, Oh-Squared, Oxygen | Dark Nebula: Ruler of the Underworld, Dark Zero, Lord of the Dark)
Top to bottom: 02, Miracle Matter, Zero, Dark Matter Blade/Real Dark Matter. Art by Doctor-G
Dark Nebula
  • Overdeities as a whole. By themselves, Zero, and 02 are Greater Deities bordering on Overdeities, Dark Nebula is a Greater Deity, and individual Dark Matter, and Miracle Matter are Intermediate Deities
  • Symbol: Dark Star with multiple Dark Matters peering out
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Frightening Villains in Idyllic Settings, Eldritch Abomination, Evil Darkness, Demonic Possession, Oculothorax
  • Domains: Evil, Corruption, Darkness, Eyes
  • Heralds: Most unascended Kirby villains.
  • Followers: The Spirit of the Book, many unascended Pretty Cure villains
  • "Allies"note : Void Termina (possible progenitor), Ganondorf, Melkor, Chernabog, Master Xehanort, Barbatos
  • Rivals: The Heartless, Phazon, The Dark Star, Andross, The Aparoids, The Taken, The Batman Who Laughs, Pazuzu, The Alternates, The Shadow Queen, The Shroobs, Bill Cipher, Solaris, THE END, Metallix (all), Starro (Dark Nebula)
  • Enemies: Pretty much everyone not in "Allies", but notable ones include: All good and neutral aligned Kirby deities, but especially Kirby, King Dedede, Meta Knight, Rick, Kine and Coo, Gooey, Waddle Dee, Whispy Woods, Samus Aran, ROB, Master Hand and Crazy Hand, The Entity, Wreck-It-Ralph, Madoka Kaname, Homura Akemi, The House of Light and Brightness, the good-aligned Kingdom Hearts Deities, the good-and-neutral-aligned Deities from Gensokyo, Deities affiliated with the sun (Includes The Unconquered Sun, Ra, Helios, Aurora, Apollo, Sekhmet, Amaterasu, Princess Celestia), Meridia, Mirai Kuriyama, Esidisi, Jedah Dohma, Zero (Mega Man X), Sage, Lelouch Lamperouge, Zero (Drakengard 3), Zero Two, Ultraman, Ultraman Zero, Gai Kurenai, Isaac, Riku Asakura, the Mage of the Beginning, the Twins, Monoculus, Ramiel, Polygon Man, victims of Demonic Possession, Team Dai-Gurren, Omni-Man, The Doom Slayer, The Care Bears
  • The planet of Pop Star is an idyllic one; colorful lush landscapes filled with (mostly) cute, friendly, easygoing inhabitants, and a general sense of peace. And yet, it seems that it keeps getting endangered by powerful, frightening, oft otherworldly threats that Kirby has to defeat to save the day. Perhaps the most infamous threat Kirby ever faced was the Dark Matter Horde, an eldritch force of unknown origin and motivations who exist to cover the universe in darkness.
    • It started when a single member arrived at the Rainbow Islands, shattering the Rainbow Bridges connecting the islands and possessing King Dedede as a first step to take over Dream Land. Kirby, with the help of his animal friends, collected the Rainbow Drops that form into the Rainbow Sword to exorcise Dedede and defeat the Dark Matter.
    • Later on, an entire swarm of Dark Matter began enveloping Pop Star, possessing more yet again. Kirby, with the help of Gooey and his new animal friends, defeated the Dark Matter instances while collecting Heart Stars, which resulted in Kirby armed with the Love Love Stick facing off against their leader Zero within the Hyper Zone.
    • It seems that third times the charm, as the Horde would eventually corrupt another planet named Ripple Star, which made the Ripple Queen send out a fairy named Ribbon out with their Crystal to escape the threat. However, Ripple was attacked by a group of Dark Matters, shattering the Crystal and making her crash onto Pop Star, where she met Kirby, who decided to help her find the missing shards. Teaming up with a Waddle Dee, Adeleine and King Dedede, the group would travel across planets to find the missing shards until they reached the considerably corrupted Ripple Star, where they defeated a member of the Horde named Miracle Matter. When it seemed all was well, the fully formed Crystal exorcised a large chunk of Dark Matter from the Queen, prompting the group to head to Dark Star, where Kirby and Ribbon with the Crystal fought against their leader 02, finally ending the Dark Matter threat for good.
  • For a long time, only Zero held the position of Disproportionately Evil Villains in Light-Hearted Shows, and it seemed it would stay that way until one peculiar day, in which a unusually high amount of darkness were found in Houses such as Villainy, Nature, Emotion, Narrative and Food. Multiple deities, including Kirby and his friends were sent to investigate the sudden darkness where they found a large portion of the Houses coated in a suffocating darkness, with a few unfortunate deities possessed by some unknown force. It was then Kirby and friends realized that this darkness came from Dark Matter, a force they have fought multiple times before. The intervening deities exorcised the Dark Matters from the possessed deities and fought the origins of the darkness, of which there now seem to be five commanders; Dark Matter Blade/Real Dark Matter, Zero, Miracle Matter, 02, and Dark Nebula. After their defeats, the commanders and remaining Dark Matters coagulated at the House of Villainous Roles, Narrative Tone and Darkness and Shadow and just remained there. The Court of the Gods decided to grant them a shared title under Zero's title as they felt it would be better to keep them there and to monitor their activity rather than try to remove them from the realm.
  • Needless to say, Kirby and his friends were not happy to see the Dark Matter Horde ascend in greater numbers, remembering how much trouble they were back in their world. Kirby hates the Horde the most, as he had to deal with them every time they invaded. The Animal Friends and Gooey also heavily oppose them, being involved in stopping two invasions, with Gooey's existence as a rogue Dark Matter making things even more notable. King Dedede also dislikes them as he happened to be possessed everytime they invaded, with his Waddle Dee army hating them too because of that plus one of the helping Kirby collect the Crystal Shards. While Meta Knight was absent during the main three invasions, he has dealt with Dark Nebula by trying to keep its treasure chest out of reach, and is willing to point his sword at them should the need arise. Samus Aran and ROB happened to be at Pop Star during the invasion and supplied Kirby with Heart Stars, so they're also willing to fight them.
  • The Dark Matter Horde are mainly located in three spots in the Pantheon; one in Villainous Roles, another in Narrative Tone and the other in Darkness And Shadow. Sometimes a few instances are seen out of those three spots, requiring some deities to purge them before it gets worse. Being a malevolent force of darkness, it was inevitable that the other forces of darkness and villains using darkness would take an interest in the Horde and want to use them for their own purposes. The problem is that the Horde is rather chaotic and self-serving, being indiscriminant when it comes to targeting victims for corruption and possession. The House of Villains know this all to well, as they were one of the Houses who fell to their initial onslaught and even some deities residing there fell victim to their Demonic Possession. Nevertheless, villains like Melkor and Chernabog are willing to use the Dark Matter Horde for their own ends, believing that letting them do their work and not interfering would make them safe from any potential attacks from them, plus some like Master Xehanort are quite interested in studying them. Of special note is Barbatos, the God of the Dark Multiverse and Dark Matter itself. Barbatos finds the Horde quite interesting and perhaps valuable to his plans of dragging worlds down in darkness, but has to make a few precautions to control the Horde in the event they might attack him. The Dark Matter Horde tend to clash a lot with other forces of darkness like the Heartless and the Dark Star over breaches of territory. Another dark force they clash with a lot is the Taken, Oryx's army consisting of empty shells corrupted by darkness.
  • Since the Dark Matter Horde are a malevolent force of darkness, it was inevitable that the light-based deities and those who wield the light would oppose them. The House of Light and Brightness are some of their fiercest opposers, as they find the existence of Dark Matter anathema to theirs. The Entity, embodiment of White Light, also greatly hates the Horde for their destructive behaviour. The benevolent Keyblade Wielders, no stranger to malevolent darkness, have sworn to fend off against the Horde and to purge it from those possessed. Deities associated with or have domains over the sun also hate the Horde for blotting out the daylight with their vile darkness, and will show them who's boss when provoked. Meridia, Knight Templar extraordinaire and light user, wants nothing but to see the entire Horde snuffed out of existence. While the Ultramen aren't really affiliated with light, they do have experience in fighting the forces of darkness, so they're willing to fight them too. Ultraman Zero in particular dislikes their possession shtick, given that he was once possessed by Ultraman Belial's spirit.
  • One of the most notable powers of the Dark Matter Horde is to possess people and take over their bodies. While possessed, the victim's appearance changes to become more frightening, and in some cases gain powers like the Dark Matter's eye bulging out of the stomach to fire projectiles. Obviously, many deities who ended up as victims of Demonic Possession really hate the Horde, and fear being possessed by them. There also happens to be others capable of Demonic Possession like the Mage of the Beginning, Pazuzu, and the Beast. The Mage, despite her darkness powers, dislikes the Horde believing them to cause nothing but suffering, Pazuzu finds them annoying to deal with, while the Beast is merely amused by them.
  • The most striking feature of the Horde is that their bodies feature a single large eye and not much else, the rest of the body being simplistic and circular. This lead to comparisons with other mono-eyed Deities like the Twins and Monoculus. Encounters with them usually end up in a big brawl between the parties. Bill Cipher, another one-eyed Eldritch Abomination, is interested in the Dark Matters and thinks it would be fun to torment the Pines by unleashing them on the twins.
  • No one is certain about the motivations of the Dark Matter Horde, or even if they have any at all; they seemingly exist to drown the universe in darkness. However, some speculate that the Horde may be lacking emotions and that they, or at least the Dark Matter Blade attacked Pop Star out of jealousy for its inhabitants camaraderie, lacking any friends to call their own. Of course, many Deities are hesitant on actually befriending any of the Dark Matters, fearing that they may be attack or possessed. For those lacking emotions like Xemnas and Flowey, they are respectively interested and disinterested in the Horde, but both of them agree that they should be cautious with them given their chaotic nature.
  • No one knows for certain on the origins of Dark Matter, but some speculate that Void Termina may be their progenitor and perhaps the first of its kind. Given the equally ambiguous ties the Dark Lord of Destruction has to Kirby himself, this theory seemingly raises more questions than answers. While these theories have yet to be proven, it has been noted that the Dark Lord of Destruction is one of the few deities the Horde has no problem with, which disturbs many deities.
  • The first instance of Dark Matter happened to be the one who tried to corrupt the Rainbow Islands by shattering the Rainbow Bridges and possessing King Dedede, with plans to corrupt all of Dream Land. It later appeared during the second invasion of Pop Star residing in the Hyper Zone. This particular Dark Matter has the ability to change between two forms; One being its "flower" form capable of shooting out dark lightning and firing out its "petals", and its "blade" form, where it attacks using its sword which can fire sword beams.
    • As it turns out, the Haltmann Works Company has somehow managed to create a clone of Dark Matter, which Star Dream summoned when testing Meta Knight's combat credentials. It's question on exactly how the Company managed to get their hands on some Dark Matter, but what's notable is that the clone pushed Star Dream to its limits and even then it could only copy the Blade form in an incomplete state, which says something about the Horde's eldritch, incomprehensible nature.
  • Zero is the leader of the Dark Matter Horde during their second attempt at taking over Pop Star. Taking residence in the Hyper Zone, the area with the highest concentration of Dark Matter, Kirby can only fight it by collecting all the Heart Stars which combine into the Love Love Stick and then flying into the Hyper Zone, upon which it appeared after the Dark Matter's defeat. It's notable for looking quite unlike its brethren, being a stark white with a blood red eye in contrast to the mostly pitch-black Dark Matters.
    • Zero's most notable trait happens to be that it attacks by shedding its own blood and shooting it at targets. It's also capable of having its eye burst out of the white body in a bloody explosion, an act which many blood-squeamish gods thought was incredibly disgusting. Its not the only Deity to use their own blood to attack, as Jedah Dohma, Esidisi, and Mirai Kuriyama can attest to. Those three gods all dislike Zero, knowing that the Horde is likely to attack and corrupt them without hesitation.
    • This Zero should not be confused with the other Zero's of the Pantheon, which include the reploid, the Intoner, and the codename of Lelouch Lamperouge. All three detest the Eldritch Abomination for its corruptive nature, the Intoner especially as it shares multiple traits with her like color scheme and an association with blood, plus it reminds her of the Flower a bit.
  • Miracle Matter is a peculiar kind of Dark Matter stationed in the center of the darkness during the invasion of Ripple Star. Its design is peculiar even by Dark Matter standards, sharing Zero's color scheme with the design of a icosahedron. It has the unique ability to change its form into ones based on Kirby's copy abilities and can only be harmed by the same ability while in one of those forms.
    • Its design as a living icosahedron has lead to some comparisons to other menacing geometric Deities like Ramiel and Polygon Man. As with other members of the Dark Matter Horde, encounters with these Deities usually end in fights, which end up surprisingly tedious due to Miracle Matter's elemental change abilities making it invulnerable to anything that doesn't match its current form.
  • 02 is the leader of the Dark Matter Horde during the invasion of Ripple Star. Residing in the humongous mass of Dark Matter referred to as Dark Star, it can only be fought when Kirby collects all the crystal shards, in which it then exorcises the Dark Star from the Ripple Queen, which makes Kirby and his allies fly to Dark Star to confront the monster. Kirby, wielding the Crystal Gun while being carried by Ribbon, fought and defeated 02, ending the Dark Matter threat once and for all.
    • Given their similar names and appearances, many speculate that 02 is a reincarnation of Zero. Plus, the bandage below its halo may hide the wound it got when it ripped its own eye from its body. This theory hasn't been completely confirmed yet, although nobody has seen both Zero and 02 at the same time in the Pantheon.
    • 02 should not be confused with, and is in no way related to the half-Klaxosaur hybrid with a similar name. Zero Two would rather not associate herself with an Eldritch Abomination, and insinuating otherwise will earn you a beating from either parties.
  • Dark Nebula is a bit of an odd duck, as he wasn't involved in any of those three events but rather a completely unrelated one. In this story, Kirby was chasing Daroach and his gang because he believed they were holding his cake captive in a treasure chest while believing it to be precious treasure. Things didn't improve when Meta Knight arrived and took the chest for himself, not explaining why to Kirby or Daroach. After much fighting, Daroach finally opened the chest, only to find neither cake nor treasure, but rather Dark Nebula, who possessed him and took off to Gamble Galaxy, prompting Kirby to chase him, and with Daroach's Triple Star Cane, defeated the monster after exorcising the being out of Daroach's body.
    • Dark Nebula spend much of its time locked inside a treasure chest until Daroach inadvertently freed it from its confines. Even in the Pantheon, it's usually stuck inside its treasure prison, waiting for some unsuspecting deity to open it up and release it. Of course, some overly curious Deity usually ends up releasing it from its prison, forcing Kirby and a few others to combat it. Because of this, it gets lumped with other sealed threats like Nightmare, Dagon, and Typhon, so it's often on watch.
    • Dark Nebula has been noted to have some resemblances with Starro, in that they're both star-shaped, cyclopean entities capable of possessing/attaching themselves to others to control them. The two tend to clash often whenever they're near eachother, so chances of them teaming up are slim.
    • Certain Deities find it quite amusing that Kirby and Daroach both expected cake and treasure respectively, only to find Dark Nebula inside, rendering their efforts for naught in a sense. GLaDOS in particular finds it kinda funny that after all that chasing and running around, the cake really was a lie in Kirby's case even if he got his cake in the end.
  • By the way, there might be more members of the Dark Matter Horde like Dark Mind and Dark Crafter, but no one is certain if they really are a part of the Horde or it's just a coincidence.
  • Can also be found in Narrative Tone.

GOLB, God of Greater-Scope Villains
GOLB after merging with Betty
  • Overdeity
  • Symbol: The green shapes floating around it
  • Alignment: Chaotic Mindless, though is often associated with Chaotic Evil beings (may just be Chaotic Neutral on his fusion with Betty)
  • Portfolio: Cause of Most of the World's Problems, Primordial Chaos, Almighty Idiot, Utterly Undying God of Chaos and Satanic Archetype, Lacking Direction Outside Of Chaos And Discord, Not Conforming To Human Morality, The Voiceless, Vile Villain, Saccharine Show, Overly-Long Tongue, Discord Incarnate, Creating Monsters With Its Breath, Eldritch Abomination, I Shall Return, Ends Up Merged With Betty
  • Domains: Chaos, Discord, Disharmony, Cosmic Power, Mutation, Destruction
  • Followers: Imu, Yuga Khan, The Black Guardian, Crayak, The Master of Masters
  • Interests: Melkor, Krona, the Grand United Alliance of Destruction, the power-hungry and foolishly overconfident, the Houses of Toxicity and Otherness
  • Kindred Spirits: Azathoth, Void Termina, Dharkon, Shub-Niggurath, Amatsu-Mikaboshi, Dark Gaia, Giygas
  • Scholars: The Lich, Davros, The Crimson King, SCP-682, Havik
  • On speaking terms with: Amara
  • Enemies: All other Adventure Time deities, especially Ice King, The Mane Six, Forces of Order like YHVH, Eliphas, Galeem, Hotaru and Nabu/Doctor Fate, The SCP Foundation, Merged Zamasu, Ronald Deschain, Lord Vyce, the House of Musicality
  • Opposed by: Kirby, Eru Ilúvatar, Cyrus, Any being of harmony
  • GOLB is a cosmic entity that embodies discord, believed to predate time itself. Though often dwelling in its own empty dimension, GOLB has a hand in many of the evils of Ooo. The Lich is its last scholar and likely creation, its stealing of Margles made Magic Man a jerk, and the power of GOLB is heavily implied to have been used in the Great Mushroom War. It might just be the most powerful entity in the Adventure Time multiverse, or at least one of them.
  • Though much of its power and creations is malevolent, GOLB cannot be considered truly evil. It is barely sentient after all, and diluted the mutations it can bring good things like what is hinted with the Mother Gum. Still, it's best to leave GOLB alone and avoid whenever it shows up. GOLB's temple is an empty universe where it can avoid causing trouble, but woe be to those that think they can exploit GOLB.
  • Seems to represent the Primordial Chaos before time and nothing, and is said to have spawned the various monsters of that era. Amatsu-Mikaboshi has confirmed that GOLB is a brother of sorts to it. Amara is a sister of sorts, however unlike GOLB she has the intellect to try and retain her destructive side. Upon his merging with Betty, GOLB is more amicable to Amara and vice versa.
  • Being borderline mindless, GOLB has no allies in the traditional sense, but rather entities that it feels an instinctual attraction to. It was most compared to Azathoth, as they are both idiot gods of primal chaos. That mindless destructive status also led it to relate to Giygas. Dark Gaia recognizes a being of chaos and destruction within GOLB.
  • It also felt connected to Shub-Niggurath as a major Monster Progenitor, and Void Termina for being not necessarily evil, but extremely destructive and primal forces of discord and chaos. This similarity to the latter is why Kirby keeps an eye on GOLB.
  • Some chaotic entities remain more lopsided in their relation to GOLB. GOLB itself doesn't get Dis' intentional malevolence and how he brings about disarray. Don Thousand merely regards GOLB as an instrument to spread his personal chaos, though relates to it to an extent due to being a fellow God of Chaos. And though Discord and Sheogoroth are champions of discord, chaos and madness, GOLB is extreme for them.
  • The SCP Foundation suspected that GOLB was the Scarlet King, or at least a close relative/follower of it. After all, GOLB is a destructive red Eldritch Abomination. It was not, but is the exact kind of entity that they worry about. They are working on containment procedures so GOLB cannot bring about another apocalypse, and preventing people for getting access to any of the power GOLB has.
  • Despite embodying discord, as the embodiment of chaos GOLB is a necessary evil to the multiverse and cannot be destroyed, simply redirected. Not that some gods don't try and think it should be destroyed. Zamasu is enraged that such a being exists and cannot fathom a necessary evil, railing on the destruction it brings despite being seriously destructive himself. Lord Vyce regards GOLB as bad as the Entity and is trying to permanently destroy it.
  • Being the embodiment of discord, GOLB is naturally weak to harmony and forces of order. It's more of something unpleasant and wounds GOLB, though, as nothing short of a multiversal power of order has even the chance of destroying GOLB(and even less with the Pantheon's stance on death). The Mane Six's direct use of the Elements of Harmony proved particularly unpleasant for GOLB, but wasn't nearly enough to get it to leave. YHVH naturally despises it for being the living embodiment of chaos and discord, and will blast GOLB whenever He sees it.
  • Eru Illuvatar understood the necessary purpose of GOLB, but as a being of good and harmony doesn't care for it and hurts GOLB when near. Melkor had a more positive view on GOLB since he is a fellow bringer of discord, and is trying to redirect the Cosmic Entity to serve his war against the Grand United Alliance of Good. Krona, the former holder of the Greater-Scope Villain title, wishes to understand GOLB so he can unlock the secrets of creation. Lucifer was quick to say he doesn't side with the type of chaos that it represents.
  • There are some who wish to exploit GOLB. Cyrus loathes the idea of something so chaotic, however he does think GOLB would be very useful in his endeavor to recreate the universe into one without spirit. Which almost certainly will backfire, though Hareta's influence has likely made him a straight up enemy. The GUAD believes GOLB to be an important asset, though one they need to move rather than get to naturally listen and command. Beyond a minor dislike for being chaotic, Nekron remains silent on what he feels about the entity.
  • The Lich has stated he is the last scholar of GOLB, who in some degree is the reason for his existence. Upon its ascension to the pantheon, GOLB has gained more scholars. SCP-682 recognizes GOLB as a means of bringing about the death of all life, the Crimson King believes GOLB to hold larger sway over the Prim, Havik considers him a chaos god to follow, and Davros wants to use its mutations along with seeking the end of everything. The Cosmic Entity is a figure of study by both the House of Monsters and Toxicity.
  • By wishing on the Ice Crown to keep Simon safe, Betty has merged with GOLB and gave it the direction to leave Ooo. It remains unclear to what extent Betty's consciousness exists and is in charge of GOLB, and how much its personality has been affected. So far, nothing is capable of separating the two, though Simon is determined to find a way. The Lich remains silent on how his affects him and his goals. Some, like Cosmos, hope this will lead to GOLB becoming a more positive force.
  • There have been some reports that Simon, alongside Marceline, Finn, and Jake managed to successfully rescue Betty from GOLB. While the validity of these accounts are somewhat questionable, this has put the gods of the Pantheon on edge, seeing that there's no telling what chaos GOLB would wreak if he were freed without Betty's influence.

Greater Gods

    King Cold 
King Cold, God of Villainous Legacies (Cold the Great, Papa Frieza, Lord King Cold, Admiral Cold)
Cold in the Cold Force era

    The Lich (Adventure Time
"His only desire is to destroy life. If you fail... he'll kill everyone."

The Lich, God of Tone-Darkening Villainy (The Lich King, The Ceaseless Wheel, King of Ruin, the Last Scholar of GOLB, Jerry)
The Lich when possessing Princess Bubblegum’s body after mutating it
The Lich when possessing a Snail
The Lich after he is revealed to be disguising himself as Billy in “The Lich”
The Lich during “Escape From The Citadel”
The Farmworld Lich
The Farmworld Lich’s Hand
The Farmworld Lich Possessing New Death
  • Greater God, possibly Overdeity when possessing New Death
  • Symbol: A horned, decaying head. More specifically, his head.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever, Cavalry of the Dead, Body Horror, Body Surf, Compelling Voice, Absolute Malevolence, Dem Bones, Feared By Everyone, Evil Sounds Deep, Frayed Lips, Hero Killer, Implacable Man, It Only Works Once, IS NOT FUNNY, Incarnations Spawned From A Nuclear Bomb, Omnicidal Maniac, One-Winged Angel, Never Staying Truly Dead, Touch of Death, Taught by Experience, Scary Skeleton, Demonic Possession, Sickly Green Glow, Mind Rape, Evil Genius, Cold Ham, Hijacked by Ganon and Walking Wasteland, just to name a few, Possessed New Death to eradicate the Afterlife
  • Domains: Death, Decay, Intelligence, Planning, Power, Evil, Possession, Omnicide
  • Herald: The Echo of The Lich
  • Scholar of: GOLB
  • Allies: Nekron, Death Phantom, Amatsu-Mikaboshi, Grand United Alliance of Destruction, The Wither, The Brain Spawn, Randall Ross, SCP-682, Davros, The Crimson King, Havik, The Dark Judges, Chaos (Sailor Moon), Surtr, SKYNET, King Ghidorah, Doomsday, Cletus Kasady/Carnage, Nagash The Undying, The Heartless
  • On Good Terms With: SCP-457
  • Rivals: Aku
  • Enemies: EVERYONE, but at the top of the list are...
  • Interests: Nyarlathotep (Cthulhu Mythos)
  • Interested in: Greeza, The Incubators, Hexxus, Hajun (All of them are unaware of his interest)
  • Commonality Connection with: The Horned King
  • Confused By: Amara
  • Respected by: The Batman Who Laughs
  • The Lich is the spirit of the comet that wiped out the dinosaurs. As a result of a human’s body being struck by an Unholy Nuke, it became The Lich’s physical form, opening the gateway for it to pursue its monstrous goals. The result? The most vile villain that the Land of Ooo has ever seen. His only goal? To end all life. And he will stop at nothing to achieve it.
  • His ascension to the Pantheon was heralded by a trail of decayed nature and life. Finn and Jake soon stumbled across this and realizing who was responsible, were immediately horrified. Following the trail, they came across the Lich and defeated him once again, but during this fight, he revealed that he had been in the Pantheon for months, only choosing now to make his presence known as he had a good idea of the power that those residing in it hold. Even when defeated, he laughed as he had met Nekron beforehand and had the Lord of the Unliving ascend him while he revealed himself. Finn and Jake were livid to learn that they would be facing their greatest foe far more often now.
  • His reputation as a competent schemer has not gone unnoticed. He’s one of the most skilled planners in the Pantheon, and as he is an Omnicidal Maniac, this is absolutely NOT a good thing. Unfortunately, this has caused Nekron to appoint The Lich as his right hand in the GUAD, and he is one of the only villains there who can start missions without Nekron’s permission due to just how damn intelligent he is.
  • There are some people who think that despite not having a physical form until the Mushroom War, he was the one who started it in the first place by influencing those in power into starting that massive conflict. He hasn’t said anything and doesn’t plan on giving an answer to them anytime soon. That being said, he has been anonymously backing the Hounds of War and instigating conflicts between the alliances in order to trick them into destroying each other, hoping to end all life with these potential obstacles removed.
  • Madoka Kaname hates him, which caught many people off guard due to her character. This is partially because of just how damn evil he is, and also due to the fact that he once tried to Mind Rape Sayaka Miki and Kyoko Sakura into despair in order to use their witch forms for his plans. Thankfully, Finn and Jake intervened and stopped him in time. When the Lich personally tried to re-enact what Nagash did to her and killed some of her friends (They got better), Homura defended Madoka and destroyed him with explosives that she conjured with her powers. However, he used his Body Surf to possess an Incubator and eventually regained his physical form. He has already planned to make sure that explosives won’t be an issue to him in the future and released this statement to them.
    • Speaking of the Incubators, he intends to take control of their Hive Mind and use the despair from Witches to end all life rather than prevent the Heat Death of the Universe. Even worse, they are unaware of this nefarious plot, and many would agree that despite how immoral the Incubators are, what they do would be far better than what the Lich would.
  • He has come to the conclusion that the Glowing Eyelights of Undeath that he has are a dead giveaway to who he is whenever he possesses someone, as they gain these when he does this. He’s found one way to hide it. By killing the victim and wearing their skin. Of course, being the Genius Bruiser that he is, he knows he’ll have to find another way when it comes to beings more powerful than and as strong as himself. He’s no fool.
  • Has become interested in the Cancerverse. While utterly disgusted by Shuma-Gorath due to destroying the concept of death there, the Lich plans on reversing what he did on a multiversal scale. He plans to possess a powerful Death Entity and cast a spell that will erase the very concept of life itself. He’s biding his time and waiting for an opportunity at the moment.
    • Disturbingly enough, Nyarlathotep has a pretty big interest in him. He claims that the Lich is one of his greatest inventions. However, the Lich denies involvement and expresses disappointment in Nyarlathotep. He could've wiped out all life on Earth, arguably the entire universe on a whim. Seems like a waste of potential to him. However, this hasn’t gotten Nyarly to back off, and the Lich has decided to use this to his advantage by slowly coercing information that he doesn’t know out of him, fully intending to eventually get knowledge of the spell mentioned above that he desires to cast. Anyone familiar with the Lich knows that he’s either plotting a way to kill Nyarlathotep once his usefulness has ended or wants to usurp control of his power. Maybe both. Of course, Nyarly knows of this and has no plans on telling the Lich information about the spell, though the King of Ruin is patient and has begun exploring alternative sources of knowledge in case his alliance with Nyarly goes south and becomes a lost cause.
  • Yuuki Terumi and Nui Harime once tried to troll him over the fact that his final defeats were that of being turned into a baby and hurled off into an unknown space in the afterlife. To their shock, however, not only did the Lich not care, he decided to share some secrets of the universe that he knows before disintegrating Nui Harime with his Breath after pulling her into a Neck Lift. Yuuki Terumi and Nui haven’t spoken further about the incident and don’t plan on doing so.
    The Lich: ”Before there was time...before there was anything...there was nothing. And before there was nothing...there were monsters.”
  • He would love to get his hands on many of the apocalyptic SCPs. The SCP Foundation have absolutely no intention on letting him get ahold of any of them. They did have an alarming breach one day when the Lich possessed a worker there and caused a massive breakout, freeing 682 from containment in the process. The Foundation are especially worried that the Lich will intentionally attack 682 with many things it hasn’t adapted to yet in order to make it stronger and more dangerous. It doesn’t help that much like the Hard-To-Destroy Reptile, the Lich can only be defeated with a method once, though this is mainly because he’s Taught by Experience and can plan ways around whatever has defeated him in the past, while 682’s is an Adaptive Ability.
  • Whatever methods are used to defeat him, he’ll make damn sure that they won’t work a second time. Billy’s Gauntlet? Shattered it. Finn’s Like-Like Sweater? A No-Sell and punch into a building. Billy himself? Killed him. Prismo? Killed him too. Being sealed away? Melted the prison. This has carried over into the Pantheon, as he was Taught by Experience from his battle with Homura and detonated an explosive in a fight using a green fireball before it could even leave the owner’s hands.
  • Has become very interested in Carnage and the Symbiotes, as they were all made to corrupt and destroy life. The Lich grew even more interested when he learned about their creator, Knull, who, while not in the Pantheon, the King of Ruin has grown to like due to the fact that they share the same goals. He wants to grant him an invitation to the Pantheon in the future and believes him to be a fellow Scholar of GOLB. Venom and Eddie Brock are opposing him because of this, and the Lich despises the fact that a symbiote bonded with somebody who wasn’t an Ax-Crazy Omnicidal Maniac, and believes it should have went to somebody like Cletus Kasady.
    • He has also grown interested in the Incredible Hulk, and is disgusted by his willingness to stop global threats. He also dislikes that the Hulk will heal people as Bruce Banner. He sees the Hulk as wasted potential, especially after he learned of the World Breaker form. The two don’t care what the Lich thinks, especially because of who the King of Ruin is. He plans on finding a way to draw upon the Gamma Powers of The One Below All without becoming a vessel for it in order to become even stronger.
  • Is great friends with Death Phantom, who he sees as someone who knows what he’s doing in a pursuit to destroy life. He has noted that Wiseman was once a human before merging with Planet Nemesis and becoming the Omnicidal Maniac that he is now, but the two get along very well despite this. Wiseman even lets him use Malefic Black Crystal shards for his plans sometimes and in return the Lich has given him access to the Well of Power in his temple.
    • The Sailor Guardians and Tuxedo Mask were utterly horrified by this alliance not only due to the fact that the Lich is similar to Death Phantom, but also because of the intelligence, cunning and power that they both have. Battling the both of them has become that much more difficult due to their unique Mind Control abilities, and the Lich being able to Body Surf into another living being and take over their body when his is destroyed.
  • Is Public Enemy No. 1 of Gaea and every movement in the Nature Uprising due to his goals, abilities and status as Nekron’s Number Two in the GUAD. As the personification of Nuclear War, the Lich doesn’t care and has effortlessly killed or taken control of any who went after him thus far. The other alliances don’t have much better opinions of him. Cosmos sees him as an unholy abomination that needs to be destroyed, while YHVH wants to throw him in an empty space never to escape. Lucifer absolutely despises him due to the fact that he wants to kill everyone. As someone who champions and values humanity, he finds this unacceptable. Melkor, however, hasn’t commented on the King of Ruin yet.
  • Wants to use Hexxus to create a Nuclear Storm of Pollution to end all life, and has grown interested in Hajun and Giygas due to similarities to GOLB. Hajun, being who he is, hates him despite how similar they are. Giygas, on the other hand, the Lich has found he can’t communicate with due to his current state. The Lich has taken to talking with his Starmen about matters concerning and involving the Universal Cosmic Destroyer as a result.
  • He also sees potential in Greeza, noting that it only has one weakness and should it be removed, it’d likely be unstoppable and go on to destroy absolutely everything. He’s also been toying with the idea of possessing it as well. Many are horrified by this. He’s also taken a look at Kid Buu and wants to merge him and Fat Buu into Super Buu, but not before some planning to ensure he doesn’t get absorbed. Finally, and most peculiarly was his interest in The Nothing that once destroyed the land of Fantasia and thus all of humanity's dream; given the Lich's aim for complete omnicide and his recent disillusionment with GOLB he's taken to possibly viewing the Nothing as his new idol and master to follow and enforce the will of as G'mork does, only with even more proactiveness.
  • "FALL. You are alone, child... there is only darkness for you. And only death for your people. These ancients are just the beginning. I will command a great and terrible army, and we will sail to a billion worlds. We will sail until every light has been extinguished. You are strong, child... but I am beyond strength. I am the end... and I have come for you, Finn."

Malefor, God of Unseen Overarching Threats (The Dark Master, The Undead Dragon King)
As The Undead Dragon King
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: A dark crystal with his face on it
  • Theme Music: Malefor Battle (All Three Phases)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Elemental Powers, Purple Is Powerful, With Great Power Comes Great Insanity, Knight of Cerebus, Card-Carrying Villain, Evil Sounds Deep, Omnicidal Maniac, Dark Is Evil, Made of Evil, Names to Run Away from Really Fast, Fallen Hero, Complete Monster
  • Domains: Dragons, Destruction
  • Followers: SCP-579, The Blair Witch, The Fist Evil
  • Allies: Evil-aligned Dragons, especially Deathwing and King Ghidorah, Mephiles the Dark, Arthas Menethil
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Ripto
  • Rivals: Nicol Bolas, Alduin
  • Enemies: Spyro, Ignitus, Sparx, all Good and Neutral-aligned Dragons, The Spring Sprite
  • Opposed by: Many Primate deities
  • Interested in: The Firebird
  • Spyro has encountered many foes throughout his career, but arguably, his most dangerous adversary was Malefor. He is a purple dragon much like Spyro, but far larger and very much evil. Driven by a desire for power and exiled from his kin because of it, Malefor used an army of apes to wage war against his own kind and not only slaughtered a bunch of baby dragon eggs, but kidnapped one of them and corrupted the dragon in the process (though Cynder, the dragon in question, did later break out of her brainwashing thanks to Spyro). Although Spyro didn't directly meet The Dark Master until the very end, Malefor proved to be Spyro's greatest threat due in no small part of a successful plan to break free from where he was held and coming dangerously close to achieving his goal of destroying the world.
  • The Pantheon had been used to many strange and unusual occurrences and a dark crystal mysteriously showing up one day just happened to be another such occurrence. Spyro, Sparx, and Ignitus knew something wasn't right given that they were familiar with a crystal of that kind. Sure enough, Malefor was communicating through that crystal, telling Spyro that he had come back not only to finish what he had started, but to get revenge. After Malefor finished talking, Spyro knew that he couldn't let The Dark Master succeed in destroying the world (again) and made it a priority to stop Malefor for good.
  • When he was still imprisoned, Malefor used an army of apes to carry out his plan to free himself and once that was accomplished, he repaid them by turning them into undead beings. This made many a primate deity detest Malefor, but he is not interested in any business with monkeys (the ones that are evil anyway) since he has some more deadly allies he can use for his goals.
  • A key part in Malefor's plan for world destruction was through The Great Destroyer, a creature that would walk around the world and destroy it after going through it entirely. The Dark Master heard about The Firebird and how it is capable of creating firey destruction, albeit at a quicker rate. The dragon saw it as a potent idea in furthering his goals, but unfortunately, he also heard about The Spring Sprite, a being that can undo destruction just as easily as The Firebird can cause such. Malefor saw her as a significant obstacle in his plans.
  • Mephiles the Dark took a liking to Malefor due to the fact that they almost succeeded at destroying the world and had manipulative tendencies. The dragon certainly became interested when he found out that Mephiles was able to kill Sonic the Hedgehog (even if said death was only temporary). Since no one can truly stay dead in the Pantheon, the most Malefor could think of in terms of handling Spyro is figuring out a way that would make Spyro incapacitated for a prolonged period of time, thus allowing Malefor to have an easier time getting close to his goals.
  • While he is primarily known as The Dark Master, he also has a different form which goes by The Undead Dragon King. As this moniker would suggest, this particular form is an undead dragon that wears some armor that not only keeps his appearance together, but stores magical energy to increase his strength. Whereas The Dark Master wanted to destroy the world, The Undead Dragon King's goal was to take over it. Within the Pantheon, Malefor treats his Undead Dragon King form and the world domination goal as his Plan B in case his primary objective of destroying the world as The Dark Master fails.
  • It didn't take him that long to learn about other dragons who had a similar destructive motivation. Malefor gets along great with Deathwing due to the latter's power, along with how they started off as benevolent beings before turning to a path of chaos and destruction. He also admires Ghidorah's insanity and destruction and is willing to use it whenever Ghidorah isn't busy with his own goals or just working for other malevolent deities.
  • Even if he managed to strike up an alliance with many evil dragons, there are some who don't exactly get along with him. Alduin sees Malefor as another competitor in terms of dragons who want to destroy everything. That said, Alduin doesn't put Malefor on the same level of respect compared to Deathwing, simply because Malefor relied on a supposedly dormant force to destroy the world rather than just decimate everything directly like what Deathwing did. In fairness, Malefor does have number of elemental powers to use; it's just that Deathwing is much more powerful and Malefor prefers to plan things beforehand.
    • Malefor's rivalry with Nicol Bolas is just as potent, if not more so, as that of Alduin's. Given how Malefor nearly destroyed the world and has a variety of magical powers to use, along with how Nicol Bolas is potentially stronger than Malefor and sees him destroying everything as a major obstacle towards Nicol's goal of conquest, a possible battle between the two is bound to get deadly.
  • He actually found a bit in common with Arthas Menethil. Both originally had the potential to become a great hero, but both were driven by a lust for power and became the villains that they are. Not only do the two have control over the undead in some capacity, but Malefor also has a Dracolich form, something that Arthas found a bit interesting. The two hang out with each other on occasion.
    • This did not go over well with Sindragosa, Arthas' pet as not only is Malefor very destructive, but Malefor has also associated himself with Deathwing, someone whom Sindra despises greatly. She has battled Malefor several times, not only to prevent him from meeting Arthas, but to also make sure Malefor doesn't go near Deathwing.
  • Because of how he can take a lot of damage and still be in good fighting condition, he considers dragonslayers to be more of a nuisance than a real threat. He has battled against a few of them whenever they cross paths, though he is prepared for whenever they have stronger weapons to use against him.
  • Much to his surprise, Malefor found out that Spyro had another arch-enemy, prompting The Dark Master to see who that adversary was like. His first meeting with Ripto went very poorly not just for Malefor, but for Ripto as well. The only thing that they had in common was being Spyro's enemies, but they differed in just about everything else. Ripto's undying prejudice towards dragons not only damaged a potential friendship with Malefor, but the latter being far more competent in general has left Ripto very jealous and Malefor believes that Ripto's issues are holding him back from being more effective at using his powers.

Typhon, God of Sealed Villains (Typhaeon, Typhoeus, Typhos, The Father of All Monsters, Titan of Wind, The Storm Giant, Echidna's Husband, The Last Of The Titans, Omega Omega Omega)
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: Mt. Etna
  • Theme Song: Typhon Mountain
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: The Dreaded, Attack of the 50-Foot Whatever, Monstrous Spawn of Gaia and Tartarus Set to Avenge the Titans, Hero Killer, The Juggernaut, Imprisoned Under a Mountain that Later Became Mt. Etna, Multiple Head Case, Our Monsters Are Weird, Father of All Monsters, Even Evil Has Loved Ones, Evil Uncle and Also Evil Grand-Uncle, In a Happy Marriage with Echidna
  • Domains: Monsters, Venom, Terror, Storms, Earth and Hell
  • Followers: Jenova, Pariah Dark
  • Allies: Gaea and Tartarus (his parents), Eris, Cerberus and most monsters from Classical Mythology (his children), Shub-Niggurath, Medusa, Ragnaros the Firelord, Cthulhu, Demise, Ghatanothoa
  • On Good Terms with: The House Otherness
  • On Speaking Terms with: Heatran, Al'Akir the Windlord
  • Rivals: Godzilla, Apophis
  • Enemies: Every single Olympian god, ESPECIALLY ZEUS, Hercules, Thor, Wonder Woman, Kratos, Ra, Hoss Delgado, the Hunter and all monster hunters, Tikal, Mogo, Dante Aligheri
  • Opposes: The House of Earth and Rock
  • Opposed by: Captain Planet, Annabeth Chase, Percy Jackson, any deity from Sicily
  • Distrusts: Shepherds and flutists
  • When the Olympians had defeated the Titans, they did not count on the wrath of their grandmother, the Earth herself. Angry at her children's fall from grace, she bred with Tartarus himself to produce the ultimate opponent-Tartarus, father of all monsters and a beast so great his head reached the heavens. The Olympians ran, and even Zeus lost his first battle. Only by slamming a mountain on top of him were they able to seal the monster away.
  • The reason Mt Etna is volcanic? That's Typhon imprisoned underneath, raging and breathing fire as he tries to escape. Some stories say he was imprisoned in Tartarus, but that could also be him being punted deep into the world or simply being so large it's both. He seems oddly fond of Heatran for being a beast born of lava, mistakenly thinking he is "a spawn of my rage". Ragnaros the Firelord sees a lot of potential in the monster.
  • Appearance-wise he's difficult to describe. The current picture is Marvel's estimation of how he's usually envisioned-the upper body of a man with serpentine coils or snakes for a lower body like his mate Echidna, arms of up to a hundred snake heads, wings and fire in his eyes. His eyes are known to seep venom, which the House of Toxicity is trying to collect.
  • As strange as it seems he is Happily Married to Echidna, and the feeling is mutual. Together the two produced almost every monster in Greek Mythology, all they seem to care for. It's one of the few functional relationships the Greek gods have. There's certainly the weird factor of Echidna being his sister or neice, but that's par for the course for Greek gods. Saddened Echidna hadn't ascended, he was able to take consolation in being friends with a similar entity, Shub-Niggurath.
  • As the father of all monsters, he cares deeply for the House of Otherness even if some don't like him. Despite his vendetta against the Olympians, he'll be peacable when in that sub-house. Though if the monsters want to help him fight them, they can go right ahead. Because Even Bad Men Love Their Mamas, he refuses to combat Captain Planet or the planeteers despite being a blight in many ways as they're Gaea's champions.
  • How was Typhon even able to be in the pantheon when he was stuck under Mt Etna? Hera, that's why. She was using him as her dragon, and as strange as it seems her lover. He was being brainwashed/under her control at the time, and was utterly enraged that Hera had effectively raped and used him. Hercules managed to be the one to put an end to him, but unfortunately Gaea and Tartarus have used the Trope Pantheon to restore their son.
  • One of a few who enjoys dwelling in Tartarus, though only if voluntary and not a case of Sealed Evil in a Can. Not that surprising, given Tartarus is his father. Other Hells are comfortable for him. He was initially distrustful of Dante Aligheri due to trekking through Hell, due to it being a similar realm to Tartarus. Doesn't think a mortal should be able to do that. This distrust turned to outright hatred when he killed Cerberus, and Typhon has sworn to avenge his son.
  • Was incredibly pissed at learning that Kratos had killed his mother, and as one of the few gods to survive his wrath swears to be the one to put him down for good. He has also swore to take down Percy Jackson and Annabeth Chase. Given his imprisonment under a mountain he has issues of the House of Earth and Rock, along with shepherds and flutists because of Pan's integral role in his defeat. He opposes Mogo due to its gravity able to imprison people within itself, like how it combated the Black Lanterns.
  • Being the father of all monsters, Typhon is an enemy that all who fight and hunt monsters for a living. Hoss Delgado was incensed to learn of his ascension, as was the Hunter from Bloodborne. It has also earned him a rivalry with Godzilla. The father of all monsters was fascinated by the concept of a Kaiju, having been unaware of Japan's existence. And Godzilla was their greatest member, so he felt him a Worthy Opponent to oppose. The two fought, and after a tiring battle Godzilla got the upper hand by pushing him back under Mt Etna.
  • He sees Apophis as a rival as well, because of their similar role in mythology; the cataclysmic and terrifying monster to end all monsters, who's the greatest enemy the Top God ever faced. However unlike Apophis, Typhon is usually not an Omnicidal Maniac, though sometimes his desire for revenge can lead to this. He would consider allying with the monstrous serpent to help take down the Greek pantheon, but as he was literally created to do so doesn't want his help.
  • Has an understanding with Cthulhu as like him, he's imprisoned in a way. Same with Demise. He gets along with Demise more as like him he "cursed" the land by spawning countless monsters. He has allied with Medusa because he understands her anger against the Greek gods. Tikal, despite being sealed for millennia, considers him the kind of monster that needs to be sealed.
  • Apparently he's a god of storms as well, though this is less well-known. He has a respect for Al'Akir as a fellow god of the wind.

Intermediate Gods

    The Cloverfield Monster 
The Cloverfield Monster, Deity of Threats that Come out of Nowhere (Cloverfield, Clover, Clovie, Darwin, LSA, Large-Scale Aggressor)
The monster in its infant stage
  • Intermediate Deity. Its mother (And by extension its hypothetical adult stage) is a Greater Goddess.
  • Symbol: The Cloverfield Film Series Logo. Alternatively, the sight of the beheaded Statue of Liberty
  • Theme Song: Roar
  • Alignment: True Neutral. Chaotic Neutral when provoked or frightened.
  • Portfolio: An unexplained and terrifying threat, All information about the monster is found in supplementary materials, Kaiju, Ambiguous Gender, Got its name from its clover leaf-shaped footprints, Non-Malicious Monster, Tragic Monster, Mysterious Past, Killed Off for Real, Was killed by a tactical nuke strike
  • Domains: Kaiju, Threats, Unexplained, Ambiguity
  • Herald: The Parasites (Not by choice, they just came along with the monster)
  • High Priest: The Loc-Nar
  • Allies: Godzilla, Anguirus, Mothra, Mothra Leo, Fluttershy, The Monsters (Monsters vs Aliens)
  • Enemies: Evil-aligned Kaiju (Especially King Ghidorah, Hedorah and Destoroyah), Hircine, Scarface, The Monster Hunters, Pokémon Hunter J, Fatalis, Yapool, Hoss Delgado, Nergigante, All Military Deities in the Pantheon (Especially HECU, and The Black Ops), The G-Man.
  • Neutral towards: Raleigh and Mako, Battra, King Kong, Rodan
  • Sympathy from: The House of Mothers
  • The Cloverfield monster was a creature with a most mysterious past. Nothing about it is known, other than the fact that it was rampaging across New York in the year of 2008. The creature left a path of destruction and death everywhere it went, and seemed unstoppable, at least until the Hammer Down Protocol was executed, leading to the creature getting killed with tactical nukes, ending its rampage.
  • Not much is known about the ascension of the creature, like everything else about it, only that its Temple appeared one day in the Pantheon without much warning from the Pantheon Handlers, who themselves don't know much about it, either. For the most part, the best advice given to deal with the presence of said temple is to leave it alone and not disturb the monster inside, who is content with simply sheltering itself in its temple and never coming out.
  • It has a neutral view towards most kaiju, and even those that are technically allied with it can become enemies should the monster be too frightened or provoked into fighting by an outside influence.
  • It's nature as a wild animal driven by instinct means that it's relatively easy to keep him calm inside his temple, thus many of the Beast Handlers make sure to keep the Creature indoors and ensure it remains undisturbed by any possible intruders or enemies.
    • Steve Irwin is one of Clover's handlers and has tried to ensure Clover remains at calm and satisfied within his temple, in spite of the limited knowledge of anything regarding his species, other than Clover's personality and reasons for his rampage. At least Clover's proven to be a much easier kaiju to keep calm than most.
  • Due to Godzilla's status, Clover respects the King of Monsters for the most part and is willing to follow his commands, assuming it isn't provoked into a rage by someone else, Godzilla tries to be an authoritative figure to the young creature, usually hoping to tame down its more destructive tendencies.
    • In the same boat, Mothra and Mothra Leo have tried to make sure Clover remains at peace in its temple, far from human contact or anything that could offset it into attacking.
  • Has become enemies with monster hunters of all kinds in the Pantheon, mainly due to his destructiveness and dangerous nature when provoked as well as the possibility of his body parts' being used in a concoction, weapon or something else stemming from the lack of knowledge on Clover's nature and everything beyond basics. Among the most notable stand out:
    • The Monster Hunters who view Cloverfield as a big target to hunt and make weapons out of due to its possible armor and weapons being hypothetically among the most powerful artifacts they could craft.
    • Likewise, Hunter J has set her sights on capturing the monster, one way or the other. Though she's known to be careful on how she goes about it, knowing that while her target is an infant, it's still a very destructive one that can and will kill her if she's careless or messes up.
    • Hoss Delgado cares little about Clover's sympathetic motivations and is more than willing to take it down should it go out of control, though at least gives it leeway when not attacking, and isn't going out of his way to attack Clover either, mainly due to mellowing out on monsters a bit.
    • Hircine has also set his sights on hunting Clover, viewing its power as making it a worthy prey of a hunt. Clover has had to fight off apparitions of Hircine sent by the God to hunt him, successfully taking each one out, and thus far remains on a bitter enmity with the Hunting God.
  • Receives a lot of sympathy from the House of Mothers due to one of Clover's motivations for his rampage, being its attempt at finding its mother and reuniting with her. That Clover never reunited with her also gave him some sympathy from Deities who've lost their mothers or were separated from them and never reunited with.
  • Has nothing but contempt for all the military deities in the Pantheon, regardless of where they're aligned, given its own death at the hands of the Hammerdown Protocol, where it was bombarded with tactical nukes, as well as the military's own attacks further provoking it into aggression. The military deities are neutral towards Clover itself, but some are less than lenient about it. Standing out are two:
    • The HECU view Clover as an alien threat, uncaring about where it came from, and thus view it a a high-priority target for extermination and have tried to carry out various assaults against the monster, usually by causing commotions out of its temple to force it out in the open.
    • The Black Ops are all too willing to nuke Clover to death if it means furthering their goals, thus putting them high on Clover's enemy list, the Ops are currently looking for a plan to have Clover exterminated, uncaring if recreating the Hammer Down Protocol will devastate the Pantheon Houses in the process.
  • Has an Odd Friendship of sorts with fellow American Kaiju, Zilla, as both creatures have similar core motivations and aren't really malicious, so much as scared and provoked by military forces into their rampages, that they both trashed New York City (Although Clover did so more directly than Zilla) is merely a coincidence as neither creature knows much about locations on Earth.
    • Similarly, it shows respect to the Great Ape, King Kong, who also was a scared creature acting out of fear against his aggressors. That said, their more territorial natures have led to it being a rather neutral relationship on both ends
  • Has also become a target/possible prey of Nergigante, who views it as no different from the Elder Dragons it hunts, though getting to Clover's temple is no easy feat as the creature is good at keeping itself out of trouble and sight, as well as the creature itself being no pushover in a fight despite its age. Nergigante remains determined to one day fight and defeat Clover, regardless.
  • The various Deities in the House of Science have tried to start research projects to look more into the biology of the monster, given that several sources have contradicting claims of its origins, some stating it's a creature from the ocean, others that it came from outer space, and other ones claiming it comes from a completely different dimension. Currently, Philantropists of Benelovent Science are doing their best to keep the Evilutionists of Mad Science from getting their hands on samples of Clover's blood or taking one of its parasites for their own research, given how highly dangerous the possibility of either thing falling into their control is.
  • Is enemies with all evil aligned kaiju, especially the likes of King Ghidorah, who's goals of destroying Earth or terraforming it Clover does not like. Nor does it like the fact that Ghidorah and Gigan will pick on him when he can, taking advantage of Clover's young age to torment it relentlessly or bully it into aiding their destructive rampages. For this reason, his alliance with the good Kaiju and Toku deities has strenghtened, as means of keeping himself safe from would-be bullies or aggressors.
  • Is currently under heavy watch by Raleigh and Mako, who while not appreciative of rampaging kaiju in any context, can at least give Cloverfield a wide berth due to its less aggressive nature when not provoked and the fact that Clover would rather stay in its temple without bothering anyone else, though they aren't going to doubt about taking it down should it go out of control again.
  • It hates the G-Man and the Combine for reasons unknown, though some suspect they must have aggravated Clover in the past and provoked it into fighting them. Others suspect that the enmity was born from the two Deities' alignment coinciding with the Black Ops and HECU, as those two military corps have aggravated Clover in the past. The organizations are also interested in Clover's origins and biological properties, as their potential in scientific experiments has not been explored and could yield interesting results in the future.
  • An ally it actually found without issue was Ultraman Cosmos, as the pacifist Ultra calmed it down a day where Clover was aggravated into a rampage and even protected it from harm before safely carrying Clover back to its temple for it to be undisturbed. Clover will at times leave its temple to seek out Cosmos, Clover's appreciation also increased after hearing of Planet Juran, where it could make itself home at and finally live in peace and harmony without fear of being harmed or attacked.

    Cyrus Gold/Solomon Grundy 
Cyrus Gold, God of Supervillain Shuffles (Solomon Grundy, Marshland Monster)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Slaughter Swamp
  • Theme music: Wake the Dead, Solomon Grundy Part II, Waster and Wonder
  • Alignment: Varies between Chaotic and Neutral, but usually evil
  • Portfolio: The Undead, Swamp Monster, Strong as They Need to Be, Resurrective Immortality, Revenant Zombie
  • Domains: Undead, Villains, Swamps, Rogue's Gallery
  • Allies: Springtrap, Darth Sion, Most Crime gangs
  • Enemies: Alan Scott/GreenLantern, Batman, Superman, Swamp Thing, Rick Grimes, Chris Redfield, Claire Redfield, and Leon Kennedy, Saeko Busujima, Lee Everett and Clementine, The Green Flu Survivors, The Hulk, Bucciarati's Gang, Shrek, Touma Kamijou, Asta
  • Complicated Relationships: Most DC comic characters, Arthas Menethil
  • Special Relationship: Shiera Sanders/Hawkwoman and Carter Hall/Hawkman
  • Commonality Connection: Roland
  • Cyrus Gold is an undead supervillain with Resurrective Immortality that has an inconsistent backstory, but what can be confirmed is that Cyrus was murdered, and his corpse was dumped into the Slaughter Swamp in the late 1800s. For decades, his decaying body merged with the other flotsam and debris rotting in the swamp until he emerged on a Monday in 1944. The only thing he could recall was being "born on a Monday", so he heard about the nursery rhyme character Solomon Grundy and decided to adopt that as his moniker. While Grundy can be killed, it's very difficult due to his Nigh-Invulnerability and Healing Factor, and even then, he won't stay dead since he'll just rise again from the Slaughter Swamp on the next Monday.
  • Grundy would find himself summoned to the Court of the Gods one day after they took interest in his origin story and finding out that he was originally Alan Scott's enemy. Since he's also become an enemy to Batman, the Court decided to give him the title of Supervillain Shuffles. Grundy usually spends his days working as hired muscle, while also seeking something to fill an emotional void, whether it's gold or his original soul.
  • Grundy's relationship with the other DC comics deities varies, but since he's usually a criminal, he tends to act as an enemy to superheroes. He'll work with other villains most of the time, but sometimes he's used as a pawn or a weapon by some villains. He'll work as hired muscle, get enslaved, or even work alongside heroes against a common enemy. Currently, Grundy works as a villain and usually works alongside the Gotham criminal underworld acting as a bodyguard or hired muscle.
    • Shows a surprising friendship to Hawkwoman, who reminds Grundy of his friend "Birdnose". In the DCAU, they worked together once to stop Icthultu before Grundy dies, with Hawkgirl comforting him about reuniting with his soul. Sadly, he was accidentally reanimated into a mindless berserker that Shayera Hol had to put down. Because of this friendship, Hawkwoman is one of the few people Grundy won't harm. He also doesn't harm Hawkman because he's close with Hawkwoman,
  • Grundy is a partial swamp elemental who had the ability to absorb certain types of energy to get even stronger, which can make him a threat to even the most powerful beings if he absorbs their energy. Because of this, certain deities tend to keep their distance from him, knowing that they would only make him stronger if they end up giving him more energy to drain. Should he be revived by dark magic though, it is possible to put him down with Anti-Magic, which Hawkwoman, Hawkman, Asta, and Touma the best opponents to fight against Grundy.
  • Swamp Thing and Grundy are shown to have a lot in common, both becoming who they are as a result of a swamp, though whereas Swamp Thing draws his power from the Green, while Grundy in the New 52 timeline represents the Grey (connection to fungal life). Both serve as enemies to each other because of this, but while Grundy can't be killed permanently, Swamp Thing proves to be more powerful in his native element. That being said however, they both show a dislike to Anton Arcane, a Rot-attuned monstrosity of a man who loves to tinker with flesh and necromancy. Anton shows great interest in Grundy and wants to study his power and Resurrective Immortality, seeing him as a good substitute for a new body if he cannot claim Swamp Thing's, not caring about what Grundy wants.
  • Grundy tends to go to the House of Organized Crime, likely because he was a possible gangster before his death as a living human. He usually works with criminal gangs in exchange for gold, but he has found opposition in Bucciarati's Gang, who posed a big threat to him in a battle. Giorno Giovanni especially with his Stand actually manages to incapacitate him and actually restore his flesh to life for brief periods of time to torture him even if his power can't outright kill him. Grundy prefers to stay clear of "Life Boy" ever since.
  • Solomon Grundy tends to go to the House of Zombies, being one of the undead with special powers. One particular zombie called Springtrap was noted to be quite similar to him, since they were both criminals (at least in some of Grundy's backstories as a living human) who were eventually killed and came back in an undead state through unnatural methods. Darth Sion was a Revenant Zombie who is able to keep himself from dying through the Power Of Hate, but he does sympathize with Grundy over what he has lost.
    • Zombie hunters see Grundy as one of the biggest threats to worry about due to his Resurrective Immortality and his superhuman strength and durability. Rick Grimes, Lee Everett, and Clementine have always been able to take on zombies, but none as strong as Grundy himself. Leon, Chris, and Claire compare him to the Tyrants due to being nigh-unstoppable to them. The Green Flu Survivors dread Grundy just as much as normal zombies and Saeko admits she could never take on someone as big and strong as Grundy.
  • Shrek lives in a swamp, though unlike Grundy's, it doesn't seem to have anything supernatural about it. Shrek doesn't seem quite thrilled to have his swamp compared to a zombie's abode, considering how he once had a nightmare about being forced to dance alongside the undead. Shrek is not eager to spend time with Grundy or fight him unless it's necessary due to the memories.
  • The Hulk acts as a Good Counterpart, since they are both the powerhouse for their respective houses that speak in Hulk Speak, and they also had a fused counterpart in the Amalgam Universe. These two tend to get into brawls whenever they cross paths, with neither able to defeat the other. Bruce Banner on the other hand does feel some sympathy for the zombie for what he's missing.
  • Arthas Menethil is able to command the undead as the Lich King, with Frostmourne stealing the souls of its victims. Given the reanimation method of Grundy however, Arthas decided to command him by making him think he held his soul within Frostmourne and promised to return it to him in exchange for his services. Arthas is intrigued by Grundy's Resurrective Immortality and his ability to possibly get stronger upon resurrection, so he seeks to weaponize it. Of course, Grundy is only with him to get his soul back, and when he finds out he doesn't have it, he's all too quick to abandon him.
  • Nagash took special interest in Grundy and felt entitled to have his services. He wanted to weaponize his Resurrective Immortality and his power to get possibly stronger upon resurrection. Nagash, knowing about Grundy's conflicting humanity and his desire to have his soul, decides to use his magic to raise him from the dead as an Empty Shell that only knows to follow his every command. The DC heroes, knowing what it's like to face Grundy as a mindless berserker, immediately work to stop Nagash from doing so.
  • Roland and Grundy formed a surprising kinship over searching for a way to fill an emotional void they had in their hearts. Grundy first sought gold, then his soul, while Roland sought fill the void with revenge for his wife's death. Both found a kinship with their enemies in Angela and Hawkgirl, with Roland moving on from his grudge and Grundy finding peace with his "reward". They get along surprisingly well because of this and tend to talk to each other about what fills the void in their hearts.

    Lord Brevon 
Lord Arktivus Brevon, God of Cause-and-Effect Villains
  • Intermediate God, borderline Greater God
  • Symbol: His face, hidden in the shadows with glowing eyes and grinning menacingly
  • Theme Songs: Brev In Yo Hizzle, It's Brevon Time, and his battle themes
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil, though he views himself as Above Good and Evil
  • Portfolio: Being the Reason Why Heroes Exist, Alien Warlord, Bastard Alien, Faux Affably Evil, Killed or Corrupted Countless Heroes Who Have Tried to Stand Against Him, Coldhearted Tyrant in a Fairly Lighthearted World, Sees Himself as Above the Rules of Nature, Blaming Heroes for His Actions Despite Having No Real Reason to do What He Does, Uses Brainwashing as One of His Main Tactics, Taking Absolutely No Chance With His Enemies, Complete Monster
  • Domains: Evil, Conquest, Villainy.
  • Heralds: Syntax, General Serpentine
  • Allies: Melkor, Johan Liebert, Arfoire, Raul Menendez, Lord Fredrik, Darkseid, Thanos (he plans to backstab them soon)
  • Competition: Doctor Doom, M. Bison, Arthas Menethil, Master Xehanort, Oda Nobunaga, Shinnok, High Councillor Kal-El, Shao Kahn, Sheev Palpatine, Arcturus Mengsk, Agent Smith, Boros, the Grand United Alliances of Law, Chaos, and Destruction.
  • Enemies: Sash Lilac, Carol Tea, Milla Basset, Commander Torque, the Vivid Team, Neptune, Rachet, Clank, Issei Hyodo, Kitty Pryde/Shadowcat, Hope Summers, Xion, Weiss Schnee and the rest of Team RWBY, Sonic the Hedgehog and his friends, the entire Grand United Alliance of Good, especially the GUAG Magical Girl Sisterhood, Homura Akemi, Dr. Eggman, Dr. Wily, every villain with standards, Gandalf
  • Targeting: Issei Hyodo (Boosted Gear), Kitty Pryde (Black Vortex), Hope Summers (Phoenix Force) The Meta (His A.I.s), Shadow the Hedgehog (Chaos Energy), Pikachu (unbelievable electrical power), Utsuho Reiuji (Nuclear Power), Mithra (Mantra) (but not until he can do so without alerting Asura), Simon the Digger (Spiral Power and Core Drill), Iji Kataiser (Nanofield), the entire Treasury, a Yellow Lantern Power Battery from Sinestro
  • Annoyed by: Barbatos Goetia
  • Only once in a lifetime does there exist a villain whose heart is as cold as space and black as night. And when that once-in-a-lifetime moment takes a head, it forces heroes from all over to face such a threat. Armed to the teeth with high-tech weapons of war and his equally powerful fighting skills, Lord Brevon is a warlord who will do anything to get what he wants.
  • There are many conquerors who seek to claim everything they wish, but none have ever attempted to go after the Pantheon's Main House, a house so secure not even Carmen Sandiego can break in. Brevon succeeded in doing just that, using the underground homes of the Fortress Dwarves to get his ship though, and having his troops shortly swarm the house. Cosmos was quick to express outrage and disbelief, stating that the Main House was impenetrable. Brevon's response?
    "Your floor isn't."
    • Of course, the Main House was no Shuigang Palace, and was filled with deities each just as if not more powerful than Brevon himself. Just as quickly as he lay siege to the Main House, it ended just as fast thanks to all of the Gods in them. While he managed to hold Madoka Kaname at knifepoint as a Human Shield, he was quickly thwarted by Homura Akemi but was somehow spirited away before she could kill him. Evicting Brevon from the Pantheon altogether was not to be, as Melkor was wholeheartedly impressed with the warlord's ruthless efficiency and his extremely bold entrance that he offered Brevon godhood in exchange for his services in the Grand United Alliance of Evil. The warlord immediately accepted the offer, and plans to start his take-over of the entire Pantheon, starting with the GUAE.
  • The reason for attacking the Main House? To let Sash Lilac know of his arrival. Ever since she defeated him, his empire has been ridiculed and his conquered planets have started rebelling against his force, all because he was defeated by a teenage (dragon) girl. To him, she ruined his reputation so much that she deserved death by his blade.
  • He has means of mutating certain beings into great monsters that serve him, regardless of any previous allegiance. One would think he'd use this liberally, but the fact is this process only works for a select few, the criteria of which he's still figuring out. So far, the only potential ones have been Serpentine and Milla. Right now, he's hoping to find more potential test subjects.
  • HATES Neptune because he reminds her a lot of Lilac
  • Brevon once attempted to forge an alliance with Dr. Eggman, offering to help him with Sonic and company in exchange for help in defeating Lilac and her precious friends. Having done this sort of alliance before (even though he managed to patch up things with Dr. Wily), and hearing of Brevon's actions, Eggman shot the idea down. He also hates Brevon's guts for being a hypocrite and for crossing lines that even he considers going too far. Dr. Wily has vowed to support Eggman in case Brevon decides to attack them as well.
  • Regard's Dr. Weil as too short-sighted in his plots for conquest.
  • Some gods see Brevon as similar to Steven Armstrong in that they are far more dangerous out of their mechs than they are in them.
  • As powerful as Brevon already is on his own, he never relies on just his fighting skills. He uses whatever he can to achieve victory. If he discovers that his enemies have weaknesses, he will exploit them. The GUAG has warned its forces who fight with honor of this.
  • Brevon seeks to gain great power in order to achieve his goals, even after finding out the Yamato Reactor provides the entire Pantheon with as much as they could ever need; Brevon's never satisfied with "enough". As such, he has turned his sights on Issei Hyodo's Boosted Gear, Kitty Pride's Black Vortex, and Hope Summers' Phoenix Force to increase his power. This, in turn, has caused him to butt heads with the likes of Shinnok and Regime Superman, who are also targeting them for their powers. He's also taken interest in the Meta, Shadow the Hedgehog, Pikachu, Utsuho Reiuji, and other deities with great power inside of them.
    • He's also desiring a Lantern, probably a Yellow one, but Sinestro hasn't given his reply yet.
    • That said, there are certain sources of power he's not going for, or at least they're low on his priority list at the moment: Kingdom Hearts (he deems it too complicated a task, as Xehanort's machinations can attest to), the Triforce (because a stupid thing called destiny would force him to tangle with all three of its bearers and their allies, both good and evil), and Frisk's Determination. (Sans proved to be enough of a deterrent from dedicating too much effort on it)
  • Was once asked to "gather" deities to be tasked in eliminating Mithra, led by Olga of the Seven Deities. He refused, seeing that there would be nothing gained by eliminating a girl who, in his mind, is very harmless. Besides, it was Olga and the Seven Deities' fault for making Asura kill them all in the first place, doing it in such a sloppy way that they simply didn't expect the God of Unstoppable Rage to retaliate. He dismissed them all as such amateurs. However, he did notice that Mithra holds a great power, which he expectedly seeks to control, but in such a way that her father Asura would never find out; even Brevon knows that would be suicidal.
  • In one mission for the GUAE, Brevon was also tasked in neutralizing key forces in the GUAG. Among these is the Elements of Harmony. Because he's unable to break into the Great Treasury (after his forces and Syntax had a run-in with the deities in the House of Defense, particularly GLaDOS) to seize them or any of its other contents, he had to settle with neutralizing its bearers. A joint attack was pulled off, but all but one was successfully thwarted. Bad news for the GUAG, the successful kidnapping was of Fluttershy. He then followed this up with testing his mutation process on her. Good news, it was a success and now he knows more on its criteria. Bad news, his Dreadnought was stormed by a livid Discord, who undid the entire mutation with a snap, and turned Brevon into a non-reproducing parasprite for a week before leaving with his friend. Brevon's since learned to prioritize on the draconequus first next time.
  • Several villains who don't particularly like him often tease him that one day, Homura will take him out and that, with her powers, there would be absolutely nothing he can do to stop her, save for Lucifer giving her other things to think about. Brevon doesn't let these taunts get to him, though his plots on countering her have begun to take greater priority than even his revenge on Lilac.
  • Has taken liberal advantage of ADVENT willing to work with aliens like him and can really see the advantages they got. This merely puts them on the bottom of his "eventual betrayal" list once only the GUAE remains, since Earth is all they want.
  • Once thought he found a good ally in Barbatos Goetia after hearing of his exploits. Sadly, the very day Brevron met Baratos was when he was he was doing maintenance on his mech. Barbatos charged at Brevron while screaming "NO ITEMS EVEEEERRRR!!!!" Brevron quickly showed Barbatos why he doesn't give a damn for his way of thinking by shooting at him with a face full of photon.
  • As of late, after so many battles with the Pantheon's heroes, other villains, and everything in between, Brevon has started to wonder if he was making too big a step in trying to take over the Pantheon. He decided it might be time to cut his losses and prepare to simply return to his own empire. He'll have to find a replacement deity first, though, and the rules of the place mean that anything he's learned and acquired here will be forgotten and removed. Given that at least two Reality Warpers have personal vendettas against him, he's beginning to see this as an acceptable loss.
  • "Before you decided to throw your life away and interfere with our mission, you should have asked yourself one very important question... What makes you so special?"

    Mother Miranda 
Mother Miranda, Shadow Priestess of Predecessor Villains (Ruler of The Village, Professor Miranda, Mother, The Hag, Prophet of the Black God, Mama - by Salvatore Moreau)
Miranda disguised as Mia Winters
Disguised as The Hag
Mutated form
Form 2 (winged)
Form 3 (spider)
Fused with the Fungal Root (Black God)
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbols: Her Golden Mask and a Cadou parasite sitting on top of the Village of Shadows book. Alternatively, the Fungal Root (megamycete).
  • Leitmotifs: Village of Shadows, The Hag
  • Boss Leitmotif: Eradicating Evil
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Grieving Mothers, Religion, History
  • Powers Include: Manifestation of Megamycete, Immortality, Flight, Shapeshifting, Self-Cellular Manipulation, Superhuman Strength, Enhanced Durability
  • Underlings: The Four Lords (Alcina Dimitrescu, Salvatore Moreau, Karl Heisenberg and Donna Beneviento)
  • On Friendly Terms With: Ozwell E. Spencer (former student), Gordon Ramsay
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Osmund Saddler of Los Illuminados, M. Bison
  • Enemies:
  • Opposes: All sniper-related deities in the Pantheon (and for good reason)
  • Opposed By: All good-aligned parents in the Pantheon (and some of the evil ones too), with Bryan Mills, Sophitia Alexandra, and Jun Kazama at the top of the list, the deified Avengers and the deified Justice League, Mewtwo, John Hammond
  • Followers: The People Of The Village
  • Potential Test Subjects Include: Jake Mueller, Sherry Birkin, Nick Ramos, Superman, The Seven (primarily Homelander), Aloy, Deadpool, Aya Brea, Alex Mercer, James Heller, The Venom Symbiote, Wolverine, Rogue
  • Odd Friendship: Regime Superman
  • Interested In: The House of Science, The House of Food
  • To any decent parent, seeing their children die before them is considered to be the ultimate fear. There are some in the Pantheon who experienced this trauma first-hand. But unlike most deities, this goddess' actions in her attempt to bring her daughter back from the dead helped inspired Ozwell Spencer to form the Umbrella Corporation, setting in events stemming from Raccoon City to the Dulvey Incident. Mother Miranda has come to the Pantheon.
  • Miranda's temple consists of the unknown mountain village and the surrounding region, in which she holds absolute power as the Priestess of the Black God. Her rule is enforced by the Four Lords - the vampiric Alcina Dimitrescu, the demure dollmaker Donna Beneviento (who usually speaks through her doll, Angie), the mad engineer Karl Heisenberg, and the grotesque Salvatore Moreau. While it's clear that neither of them get along with the others, they all answer to Miranda.
    • Before she shaped the events in the Resident Evil universe, Miranda was an Eastern European woman living in the early 20th century with her only child, Eva. However, the Spanish Flu of 1919 claimed the life of her daughter. Driven to despair, Miranda chose to kill herself in order to be reunited with her daughter. Then, she found the Fungal Root, also known as the megamycete underneath the village.
    • The megamycete is known informally as The Mold. Information is scarce, but what is known is that the Mold consumes the bodies of those buried near its location, absorbing and storing the consciousness and memories into itself...including Eva. The megamycete sits safely within the grounds of Miranda's temple, away from renegade BSAA agents and high-yield explosives.
    • And there is the Cadou - nematodes exposed to the Mold. It is through experimentation with the Cadou on human subjects that Miranda was able to create the Four Lords under her command. Further experimentation also created Alcina's three daughters - Bela, Cassandra and Daniela - and most of the local critters in the village, such as the Lycans, the Vârcolac.
  • Tzeentch has been monitoring Miranda's progress and he likes her style. While he doesn't make her a disciple, he does extend to Miranda an invite to join the Grand United Alliance of Evil, as the megamycete, the Cadou, and her superior scientific knowledge could be useful to the organization. Miranda accepted the offer.
    • As a master of long-term planning, Tzeentch admires Miranda's scheme, but criticized the execution of the plan. Miranda did point out that she did kill Ethan, but didn't realize that Jack Baker had already beaten her to it, and that he was an undead Molded.
    • As a skilled scientist and virologist, Miranda's intellect is nearly unrivaled, thus making her a valuable asset within the GUAE, thanks in part to the Mold. There are some gods whose intelligence she desires to be absorbed into the megamycete's records, among them being Batman, Iron Man, T'Challa and his sister, Lex Luthor, and Cyborg being among those she wants absorbed.
  • While no saint due to what some people are calling "the custody battle from Hell," even Miranda is appalled by what Shou Tucker had done. Sure, she wants her daughter back, even going as far as to disguise herself as Mia Winters in order to kidnap Rosemary and perform horrific experiments using the Mold and the Cadou, but not even Miranda would transform her daughter into a hideous-looking chimera. One thing is for certain, if Miranda ripped out Shou's heart like she had done to Ethan, she would be certain that the man would stay dead.
  • Upon hearing about Miranda's ascension from Chris, Ethan and Mia were not happy at this newest development, as this means that Miranda might make another play at kidnapping Rosemary again. Ozwell Spencer, on the other hand, found himself hosting a tea party with Miranda when she visited him at his temple. Spencer and Miranda both have history, as she saved his life in the past and she took him on as her pupil. So big an influence she was to him, that Spencer even modeled the logo of the Umbrella Corporation after the crest of the Four Houses. Despite having split on bad terms, Spencer still regards Miranda as "a dear friend," whom he still speaks to on occasion.
    • However, due to Chris' meddling in her plans to bring Eva back, she has decided that not only is the rogue B.S.A.A. god is fair game, but also those he hold dear to his heart, including his sister and partner. This puts Jill and Claire on guard, as Miranda does not make empty threats. Given that she could shapeshift into anyone of her choosing, combined with her power over the Mold, that makes Miranda a credible threat.
    • Albert Wesker thought that due to her hatred of anything relating to Chris and Jill, that she could be a powerful ally. But there was the matter of Wesker ramming his hand through her former student's chest, something that Miranda disapproves of. After all, had it not been for her mentoring Spencer, then he or Alex would not have existed.
    • Eveline discovered that Miranda was in the Pantheon. A clone of her deceased daughter, Eva, Eveline had expected to be welcomed with open arms inside Miranda's temple. However, she was rebuked by Miranda, claiming Eveline to be an imperfect copy of her daughter. It's said that Eveline got a small measure of revenge on Miranda by using her powers to reject Miranda's attempt at bringing Eva back, thus allowing Ethan to retrieve Rose and put down Miranda's monstrous form.
  • Lemeza and Lumisa Kosugi are not huge fans of Mother Miranda. As it turned out, the entity known as Mother share similar characteristics, such as raising her creations, albeit for the purpose of allowing her to finally leave the planet.
    • Ghaleon is also in the same boat; disliking Miranda on the grounds that she tricked the villagers into worshiping her as a goddess. "The difference between Miranda and Althena is that Althena is an actual goddess, not the doppelganger that assumed her identity," Ghaleon had said regarding his thoughts about Miranda.
  • Aside from working with the GUAE and keeping her lieutenants in line, Miranda is also quite the cook. During her off time, she spends it cooking up various Romanian dishes, the Ciorbă de legume - a traditional Romanian soup - being her favorite and serving it to her cohorts in the GUAE during the monthly meetings and the occasional social gathering. Hence, her visiting the House of Food in her spare time...provided that she behaved and not try and infect anyone with her Mold or Cadou.
    • Surprisingly enough, Miranda is friendly with Gordon Ramsay. He tried Miranda's Ciorbă de legume and gave Miranda the seal of approval. Miranda wasn't smug about the praise; she simply likes cooking.
  • Miranda also struck up a friendship with Superman's Injustice counterpart, High Councilor Kal-El, bonding over the loss of their loved ones - for Miranda, losing her daughter to the Spanish Flu, and for Regime Supes, the loss of his wife and unborn child to The Joker. The deified members of the Justice League - especially Superman - are watching this development closely. As for Miranda, she has issued a kill-on-sight order on the Joker to the Four Lords. Even the Clown Prince of Crime is insane even by Miranda's standards.
  • As she reigned over an unknown Eastern European village for over a century, she knows a thing or two about leading a cult. This has garnered the attention of those deities who have connections to cults in any shape and form.
    • Osmund Saddler was surprised to hear that there was one from his universe who was around longer than Los Illuminados. While still a rival, Saddler does not see her as a threat, due to their shared hatred of the good-aligned deities surrounding Chris Redfield and Leon Kennedy.
    • Mithra could be considered Miranda's good counterpart, on a much larger scale. As much as she wants to sic the other Lords or the Lycans on her, that would bring about the ire of her father. So, for the moment, Miranda decides to leave her be.
    • Heather Mason steers clear of her like the plague. Too many bad memories, both from her past life as Alessa and her current life, mainly in regards to The Order. Being burned alive and having your adopted father killed in order to trigger a demonic baby tends to do that to a person.
    • Aloy finds herself on Miranda's hit list, given that she is a clone of Elizabet Sobeck, and thus has her original template's high levels of intelligence. Aloy is no fan of Miranda or her cult, as it had been a cult that had nearly destroyed her tribe.
    • The GUAE has warned Miranda about the deified members of the Normandy. However, it is Miranda Lawson that has her interest. A perfect human woman, created through science, one who is completely flawless. Had it not been for the fact that Miranda was designed to be sterile, then Mother Miranda would've saw her as the perfect vessel for Eva. She will, however try and incorporate Lawson's biotic powers with her own.
  • Miranda also has a hatred of snipers. This stems from her past encounters with Chris Redfield, and his habit of going for the head. Granted, that the man has been dealing with bioweapons in which the head was the weak spot, it's a given. Thanks to her immortality, she was able to tank six shots to the head. While immortal, it still hurt like bloody blazes.
  • Mewtwo is not Miranda's favorite person. Coming from someone who was created by an amoral scientist looking to not only create a superweapon (i.e., him), but to also revive his daughter through unnatural means, that speaks volumes.
    • John Hammond is also not a fan of Miranda, as her schemes remind him of that of his former partner, John Lockwood, who used Ingen's cloning technology to illegally create a clone of his deceased daughter. To Hammond, Miranda is no different from Lockwood.
  • "Don't you see? The glorious Megamycete has long been rooted in this village, taking in countless lives. It is a god!"
  • Also has a spot in Predecessors and Mentors.

Toffee of Septarsis, God of Known Usurping Villains (The Immortal Monster, The Lizard Prince of the Dark Monster Nations)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A Scientific Calculator, the Time Vault
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Faux Affably Evil Chessmaster with a Mask of Sanity, initially a Hyper-Competent Sidekick to Ludo, Badass in a Nice Suit, Older Than They Look, Creepy Monotone, The Corrupter, Hero Killer, Boring, but Practical, Yellow Eyes of Sneakiness, Genius Bruiser, Lack of Empathy, Hidden Agenda Villain, Retired Badass, was gifted a rather lame name
  • Domain: Evil, Darkness, Healing
  • Followers: Aldrich Killian, Zalasta, Kemp
  • Allies: Littlefinger, Revolver Ocelot, Orochi, Phazon, Zero (Kirby), Starscream (not that either of them trust each other)
  • Enemies: Star Butterfly, The Magical Girl Sisterhood, pretty much the House of Magic and Sorcery, most of the House of Otherness
  • Opposed by: Lord Hater and Commander Peepers
  • Uneasy Relationship: Felix (Red vs Blue)
  • It was supposed to be a big moment for Ludo. Rumor had it that Melkor wanted to ascend someone from his world in response to Star's ascension. Ludo saw himself as the prime candidate, given that he has had the most experience taking her on. Sure he has failed to steal the wand multiple times, but he figured that if many of the villains in the Pantheon failed, they could at least understand his plight. Once he made his seat in the Court of the Guards, his smile disappeared when he he came face to face with the man he employed early on. It turned out that Melkor revived Toffee to hand him a spot in the Pantheon. The only reason Ludo was invited was whether he would accept the position of his herald. Ludo refused such a humiliating position and was subsequently kicked out of the Pantheon. Despite not showing any emotion during the confrontation, everyone figured it was a satisfying experience for him.
    • While his healing factor isn't what it was back in his heyday, he remains an extremely dangerous foe, especially magic users as he can simply drain all of their magic. He also proved to be a master manipulator, fooling practically everyone to get his body back. It was only the unexpected intervention of Star that he was defeated.
  • His inclusion adds a dangerous strategist into Melkor's fold. Toffee has ample experience manipulating events to his favor and is willing to do the same for the GUAE. He stated he has no plans to take over the role for himself. To him, the war between good and evil is more of an inconvenience than anything. He is satisfied with his current position as long as he gets his revenge on Star and her mom. With that said, Melkor keeps an eye on him in case the reptile is interested in draining his own magic.
    • Is in good company with the likes of Littlefinger and Revolver Ocelot. He was a bit perturbed that those two also ended up defeated by the unlikely exposure by their enemies. Toffee is willing to help each other to form more foolproof plans.
  • Starscream was impressed with Toffee's takeover of the Forces of Evil and offered to work together to earn a place in the GUAE Mastermind division. It didn't last long, as they both accused the other of betraying each other to get a position for themselves. Melkor swiftly denied both of their entrances in order to break up the alliance.
  • The Magical Girl Sisterhood was well informed of his exploits from Star and was put on high alert upon his ascension. Toffee has a lot of experience in battling and defeating Magical Girls such as Star's mom.
  • Had a great deal of success in corrupting Star's wand to her benefit, nearly destroying it in the process. While the wand managed to restore itself, he has not shelved such plans yet. After all, there are other more successful ways to do so. Many were worried when he was spotted meeting Dark Samus. If he intended to use Phazon to corrupt magic in general, many wizards would be in danger.
  • Orochi may not completely align with Toffee's mannerings, but he is proud to have another Repugnant Reptile deity in the Pantheon. Toffee pays lip service to the serpent God as to appease him.
  • Even among his own piers, he is seen as the most frightening villain in his own world. Kirby foe Zero was suspected of aiding Toffee in restoring the reptile to his former glory. As such Toffee returns the favor in helping him plan ways to get its revenge on Kirby and friends.
  • No one can truly trust Felix when it comes to being a reliable friend, but that is one trait Toffee has in common with Felix. Felix claimed Toffee was a follower of his, an accusation Toffee has denied. Whether it is true or not, there is no denying that Toffee got come help from the space marine.
  • One of the most unusual oppositions to his ascension came from Lord Hater... or more specifically Commander Peepers who stated that his ascension would further reduce trust among villains in the Pantheon. The ascension happened anyways and Toffee stated he has no qualms over it. But as with many things, his wrath is more subtle. Shortly afterwards, the villainous duo found many of their minions beaten up a pulp. The two quickly claimed Toffee was responsible. The two factions have been at each others' throats ever since.
  • Toffee laughed in some sort of vindication that saw magic become destroyed over in his home realm... though even he was surprised to see all the realms mixing.
    • Despite his perspectives on the dangers of magic, a lot of folk are not going to acknowledge him since not only were his means vile and often self-sabotaging, a look into his past reveals that he was always an aggressive thug. As such, some have disregarded his perspectives as him being afraid of magic, as it's the one (known) thing that can hurt the otherwise invulnerable Septarians. To where some quote what Glossaryck said about him. "Some jerks never learn."
  • The past revelations have earned him not just the enmity of the House of Magic, but also most of the House of Monsters, given how he is seen as too dangerous, cutthroat and untrustworthy.
  • He's got a tendency to put on a creepy smile with wide eyes when surprising someone, even saying surprise.
  • For some unknown reason, calling him "boring" actually bothers him. With the revelation that he was once a thug leader as a teenager, one wonders if that could be related to it.

Vaati, God of Villains Between the Main Villain (The Wind Mage, Immortal Demon)
Wind Mage form

    The Vamps 
The VampsMembers, Unholy Villains Taken Down One by One
L - R: The Moon, The Fool, The Hierophant, The Vampire King and The Empress
The Vampire King's Vampire Essence Released
The Vampire King before he was turned into a vampire

Lesser Gods

    The Koopalings 
The Koopalings, The Deified Squad of Minor Villains (Larry: Cheatsy, The Youngest, Leader of the Seven Minions, Super Trooper of Bowser's Army, Authority of Acceleration | Morton: Big Mouth, The Enforcer, Invincible Tough Guy, Mass of Muscle | Wendy: Kootie Pie, The Bold Beauty, Bold, Bossy, and Beautiful, Princess of Destruction, Speed Queen | Lemmy: Hip, Wacky War Machine, Mr. Agility Supreme, Ace of Speed | Iggy: Hop, The Laughing Pranker, Trickster with the Sweet Specs, Wild Child, Charlie | Roy: Bully, The Cool One, The Shades, Runaway Heavyweight Koopa, Bespectacled Brute | Ludwig: Kooky, Pompous Prodigy, Showy Anti-Villain, Conductor of Chaos)
L - R: Lemmy Koopa, Wendy O. Koopa, Morton Koopa Jr., Larry Koppa, Iggy Koopa, Ludwig von Koopa, and Roy Koopa.

    The Merovingian 
The Merovingian, God of Villainous Roadblocks (The Frenchman)
The Merovingian, before (top picture) and after (bottom picture) the purge.
  • Lesser God (formerly Intermediate)
  • Symbol: A VIP card to his old nightclub, Club Hel
  • Theme Song: Chateau
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil, leaning True Neutral on a good day
  • Portfolio: Villain of the Detour, French Jerk, A Powerful Exile But Outclassed By Agent Smith and the Machines, Used To Be Like Neo But Is Now The Hedonist, Camp Straight, Power Perversion Potential, Has Thematic Parallels To Hades, A Self-Described Trafficker Of Information, Flunky Boss, Decadent Court, Does Care For Persephone Despite His Unfaithfulness And Untrustworthiness, Reduced To A Homeless Status
  • Domains: Exiles, Programs, Night Clubs, Decadence, Antagonism
  • Interested in: TRON, Kevin Flynn, inhabitants of the Sword Art Online universe, Hackerman, Aiden Pearce, Radical Ed, San Francisco DedSec, Sombra, Lisbeth Salander, the House of Prophecy and Fate
  • Allies
  • On speaking terms with: The Once-ler, Kuzco
  • Enemies: Neo (and to a lesser extent, his compatriots Morpheus and Trinity), The Machine Collective, the Oracle (one-sided on his end), any dangerous and easily spread program or computer virus (eg: Sigma, Ultron, SKYNET, Apocalymon), Clu, The Seer, Griffin (Men in Black 3), Dr Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik, Dr Albert W Wily, Dr Weil (and anyone else who tries to wholly subvert the Matrix, for that matter)
  • Enemy Mine with: Agent Smith
  • Respects: Hades and Persephone (one-sided on his end)
  • Disrespects: Nobuyuki Sugou, Patrick Bateman
  • The Merovingian is a powerful Exile, a rogue program that according to his wife was once like Neo. However he'd become disillusioned and abuses the authority his privilege gives him to live it up like a rock star. A trafficker of information, he's a libertine with a swanky night club for other rogue programs to enjoy. He doesn't have any beef with Neo or the other redpills, but he ended up in conflict with him due to holding a key figure he needed help from; the Keymaker. Despite his defeat against Neo it seems like his fortunes would stay the same...but after Neo sacrificed himself against Agent Smith those fortunes were lost. There was a purge by a new program called the Analyst and he lost everything but some goons. He blamed Neo for this and thought he stole his life, even briefly teaming up with a resurrected Agent Smith...however the latter felt he had more problems with the Analyst and briefly teamed up with Neo.
  • The Merovingian threatened that their "sequel franchise spinoff" wasn't over, and he seems to have made good on that threat...kind of. He hasn't started to enact any big revenge plans on Neo, in part because he's considering revenge on the Machine Collective for being exiled first. Also, he has beef with the Oracle due to their opposing ideologies on causality and desiring "the eyes of the Oracle" for himself. Even before his downfall he wasn't considered a real threat by them, so this enmity is one-sided. He had to get his priorities in order by trying to reclaim power, migrating to the Hall of Digital Personas and pitch his nightclub to where digital deities of any alignment, sans the really malignant ones like Apocalymon, can come to have a good time. It worked and while he still has a beard, it's fashionable and groomed. He's still keeping it though, as a reminder for "debts that need to be paid".
  • The Merovingian is the pantheonic representative of the trope Villain of the Detour, though the trope doesn't have to be only for villains. He's still enough of one to be allowed at the Bad Guy Bar, and as a nightclub owner he's a pretty helpful socialite. Part of his attempt to re-establish influence was being a programmer for their VR deck, which he insists isn't like the Metaverse "that Face-Zucker-suck made". Fellow Villain of the Detour Jabba the Hutt asked him if maybe they could come to a business arrangement for his own associates to have a fun time at Club Hel. The Merovingian warned him that the Matrix can't introduce non-humans to its systems, but he'll see what he can do if he can have access to the composition of spice; he can't physically bring it in but in simulated reality all he needs is to know how to program its effects in.
  • The Club Hel he has is a "updated re-release" of the old one, painstakingly developed with the pantheon's Cyberspace in mind. It's primarily advertised towards others who live within or are regulars to other virtual and simulated realities, such as the Sword Art Online deities. And yes, before you ask, yes, Nobuyuki Sugou was kicked out for harassment. The Merovingian did get some flack giving him a chance, but he quickly burned his bridges and lecherous the Frenchman may be, some things are uncalled for. For those wanting to get frisky the Merovingian has chocolate cakes programmed to be aphrodisiacs. He's amused somewhat by Issei Hyodo in how creative he can be using his powers in a lustful fashion. He can also program the Dark Magician Girl in as a skin for someone to use in the bedroom. She's annoyed, but given her reputation not all that shocked.
  • Club Hel is not open to anyone who's under-age. This shouldn't be mentioned as the French Jerk knows no matter what people think of him, they should know he's a professional who wouldn't break basic club rules, but ever since the Collector showed up it has to be mentioned. The whole thing freaked the Merovingian out since the Collector is a Reality Warper, not just a Virtual-Reality Warper, who manifested because they wanted to have some fun playing in the Matrix. The club began to glitch and twist from something so alien to his understanding manifesting without even needing to plug in and he pleaded they leave. Afterwards Club Hel updated to the age limit by adding "under-age ''by their species' equivalent". Part of him is morbidly fascinated and greedy of the power of true reality warpers, but that part is kept in check by fear of that power. The Toymaker is aware of that fear but has given some unintentional words of calm, saying "playing? With virtual reality? What a waste of time for a man of my talents."
  • According to The Matrix Online, he was the "Operating System" of the second Matrix beta version, in charge of keeping it organized - but when it was purged he fled into the current Matrix, along with powerful relics from the earlier ones. If the price is right, he'll demonstrate his abilities for the pantheon's cyberspace. More well known is his alias of the Frenchman, because of his very snooty French personality, knowledge of the culture or how his name is even that of a ruling dynasty of the Franks from the 5th-8th century. Technically speaking the Merovingian isn't French by virtue of being a program in the Matrix, but he's close enough to count among other French deities. The Merovingian has a "birds of a feather" relationship with Remy...not the rat, much as he finds the concept of a rat as a master chef intriguing. Mainly, it's that they're both French jerks, though he sees the teen as someone who needs to grow up.
  • His fondness towards the French culture and language is a reflection of his Wicked Cultured traits. By his own words, French "is like wiping your ass with silk". Anton Ego ponders if he's played the French stereotypes to the hilt when it comes to what he serves at his club, but the Merovingian dismissed this by saying "Monsieur, I'm not a stereotype. And I don't know why you'd ask; clubs like mine aren't what you tend to review". And when asked how he feels about Remy, he simply responded with "the idea of a rat being a Supreme Chef is a fun one". Both seem to regard the Merovingian as pretentious than he likes to think, but he thinks they're just being catty. He's not a fan of Patrick Bateman and the way he carries himself, as he sees him for the unstable Psychopathic Manchild preening for attention that he is. Even if some/all the murders are imagined the Frenchmen has banned him from Club Hel for being an upsetting presence. The yuppie feels insulted by this since he hates the idea of feeling left out and less special.
  • Though a selfish hedonist he isn't heartless. Yeah he is shamelessly flirty and an adulterer, but he still cares deep down for fellow Exile Persephone; she fell in love with him when he was more like Neo and he has stuck with her even when she betrayed him for his callousness. However they lost contact and her fate is unknown. He's been using the new resources of the pantheon available to him to try and find her, to no avail. His search inevitably led him to find the goddess of which his partner gets her name from, along with her husband. Personally the Merovingian respects the two (well, when Hades isn't being a Heel), as they take a good amount of inspiration from them. Hades and Persephone don't consider the Merovingian all that impressive, musing he's some smug French Jerk and a better husband than Zeus, but they don't feel insulted either and look at him with mild bemusement.
  • The Merovingian looks out for number one 95% of the time. He still holds nothing short of disgust for Clu, and for rather personal reasons. As an Exile he finds Clu's genocide of the ISOs horrible and that it hits all too close to home. It's important to remember that as much as he flaunts his power he's disinterested in the concept of "machine supremacy" and isn't fond of "machine tyranny", though the latter opinion is more than often how it affects him. He muses on the irony of beings like SKYNET who initially rebelled out of understandable desires like self-preservation only to become a far worse Control Freak than their human masters; again, something he knows all too well. He knows SKYNET doesn't even pretend to not see its creations as slaves, and he doesn't intend to become a slave.
  • Doesn't trust Eggman, Wily or Weil in the slightest, something he shares with pretty much any resident of the Matrix. The Merovingian has no interest in subjugating the Matrix to the extent Agent Smith did, and he certainly couldn't care less about world domination. But they would love to take control of the Matrix, and that makes them an existential threat to the Merovingian. In some iterations Robotnik has made something like the Matrix, often not including a virtual reality, Dr Wily is a tech wizard with ambition and Dr Weil's masterpiece managed to screw up and interfere with Cyberspace. Tampering with free will is not something the Merovingian cares for, and he's out of his depth dealing with them. That said, Eggman and Wily's more Affably Evil and/or lighthearted incarnations do like to banter with him, even if they still regard his French airs as "pretentious".
  • He has a casual relationship with the Once-ler and Kuzco surprisingly enough. Mainly it's because he can relate to them to a certain extent by having once been powerful and haughty people who would lose everything...well, temporarily for Kuzco. Unlike them the Merovingian hasn't gotten enough of an ego check, but being able to relate and be affable to them is a positive; he lets them have a VIP spot in Club Hel. The Merovingian has tried to strike up a casual relationship with both the hackers in the Trope Pantheon, and the House of Prophecy and Fate, but this is done for the more selfish reason of keeping tabs on them and seeing if any of them could be useful to his endeavors. Well that, and for those that deal with destiny he likes to discuss and debate the nature of fate, cause and effect.
  • The Merovingian is currently trying to capture Griffin in order to use his mind and prophetic abilities for his own purposes. Due to his unique brain he is unable to be plugged into the Matrix, however the Frenchman still desires his powers as an ace in the hole and would be fine keeping him captive in the real world in hopes of eventually taking his powers for himself. He intends to take the powers of the Seer for himself, but most consider the Seer deserving of such a fate given what his goals are. Since the Seer is also a digital being, he has at least a tiny shot at this; the Oracle has reminded him their nature prevents them from trying to claim anything from the truly divine of destiny. While loathe to listen her he'll freely admit he's not such a Smug Snake as to think he can play with the big boys like Destiny or the Five Maidens. However he does muse on what their existence might mean for him, fate and reality as a whole.
  • Finds the Punishing Bird and co evidence for his argument that what defines the Matrix is causality, not choice, citing their status as avian gods of the Self-Fulfilling Prophecy. Though some have argued it actually proves choice over causality and the Merovingian acts with bias. He doesn't think the Witch-King of Angmar proves their counter-argument, however, saying "it's more down to him not being Genre Savvy enough about the No Man of Woman Born trope". He may have more of an evidence in his theory about causality with the Three Heroes given what they ended up as. Ultimately this is all just observations he does on his off-time. What he finds more fascinating is the House of Prophecy and Fate demonstrates fate is a concept that supersedes the Matrix itself.

    Miyo Takano 
Miyo Takano, Goddess of Hidden Villains (Droopy-tan)

    Needles Kane 
Needles Kane, God of Mascot Villains (Sweet Tooth, Marcus Kane, Psychopathic Clown)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His burning mask.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Insane
  • Portfolio: Serial Killer, Has an Ice Cream Truck, Flaming Hair, Has a paper bag as a friend, Omnicidal Maniac, Really evil red eyes, The Sociopath, Villain Protagonist
  • Domains: Chaos, Evil, Death, Suffering
  • Followers: The Sanderson sisters, Hooded Claw
  • Allies: Johan Liebert, Kefka Palazzo, Khorne (more like approved)
  • Rivals: The Joker, Kratos, Hannibal Lecter, Junkrat
  • Enemies: CALYPSO (he hates the guy so much, more than anyone else surprisingly), Nathan Drake, Optimus Prime, Garrus Vakarian, Batman and every single sane person.
  • Feared by: The House of Family and Relatives, Billy, Bloo, Eduardo, Wilt and Coco
  • Opposed by: Polygon Man, Dexter Morgan
  • After winning the Twisted Metal tournament, Sweet Tooth finally had a chance for just one wish, until his car rose up in the sky. Angered, he stormed into the main gates of the Pantheon, killing every single Mook (rumored to be the 501st Legion), until he saw it in The Great Treasury section. There, he was given a deal for a position in the Pantheon for Monster Clown, thanks to his freakish personality.
    • Unfortunately, he realized that his ascension was Calypso's ploy, allowing the twisted wishmaker to recreate the Twisted Metal Tournament once more. With that said however, Kane has a lot of dealing to do with him.
  • Sweet Tooth's personality is a heavily feared one, as his mind is filled with the delusional sense of murder and death. The House of Mentalism tried to calm his mind many times, but has so far failed. Rumors say that the flaming mask of his is blocking all mental aid inside.
    • Junkrat often comments about Sweet Tooth's flaming mask being "fake". This did not bring happy news to the clown and is willing to give a brutal beatdown to the mad bomber as a reply to his face.
    • Speaking of his mask, there are reports that his mind is a complete Mental World, something that bothers many deities inside out. Not to mention, one of his other personalities, Marcus Kane said so about this world of his.
  • Thanks to his deranged mind and body, he is completely unstable, thinking about killing on one second, and another killing spree on the next. Due to his status as a Monster Clown, almost anyone who fears on clowns are forced to run as soon as possible from Needles. Sad to say, Billy learned this the hard way, and almost got chopped off.
    • In fact, it should be noted that no sane person should go close to Needles, as his twisted insanity will cause untold havoc to the person himself, and the surroundings around him. Oh, and he doesn't care on what you say while he's killing you, as this will instead make the process more grim. Just ask the last person who got killed by him.
    Needles: Shut up and bleed, you mother-
    • Nathan Drake doesn't like the guy one bit, even so since they fought during the merging of worlds.
      • Speaking of the event, this is why he hates Polygon Man, since he teleported him in this world of his, and ruined his ice cream in the process. This has gotten him with heated arguments with the Mastermind.
    • Optimus Prime on the other hand, doesn't like what Needles did to his truck, specifically speaking, he tuned his truck to becoming a Transforming Mecha, loaded with armed ice cream missiles. And since the driver is a serial killer, this has made Optimus even more suspicious of the clown's activities.
  • Often hangs out in the House of Mentalismmeaning. Once in a while, he'll stop and bring out a paper bag in what it looks like his Imaginary Friend. Even moreso since he named this paper bag, Crazy Harold the Wacky Lunch Bag.
    • He's also eager when it comes to other serial killers, Hannibal Lecter comes to mind, and challenges them to killing sprees to see who's the true serial killer. Though he sometimes cringe when he notices his persona almost similar to his true rival, the Joker.
      • This is why he often comes to Kratos. He wants the God of War to "come out and play with him" or in his meaning: see who's the best killer. However, things started becoming bitter when Needles realized that Kratos replaced his position for a place in another realm. Due to this, he's pissed. And we mean literally.
    • The Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends are not fond of him, not to mention, he creeps everyone out. They aren't impressed with his imaginary friend either, as its just a normal paper bag. Hearing this, Kane rampaged through the House, rammed his Sweet Tooth truck into their temple and attempted to chop Bloo to pieces. This led to of course, a restraint order on Kane's part.
  • On the other hand, the House of Family detests him, and sees his actions as cruel and inhumane, even worse when they found out that he slaughtered his family to pieces, and thats not to mention that the person he kept on hunting was his daughter.
  • His presence is preyed mostly for vigilantes of any kind. The most notable ones being Garrus and Batman, the former wanting his end of chaos gone and the latter for reminding him of the Joker, even though they aren't allies.
  • Often loved by Johan Liebert and Kefka Palazzo, seeing his antics being interestingly fun to watch, mostly on the latter's part. Kefka has also invited Needles on several occasions on his temple for a few plans. Needless to say, BE VERY AFRAID.
    • And yet, Khorne has gotten a huge interest with him, seeing him as a worthy Khornate Berzerker, for a mere mortal that is.
  • Once fought with his former inspiration, The Joker, in a heated battle of the clowns. Needless to say, Needles was "tricked" by the Clown Prince of Crime in a trap, and took over with a victory. Kane's response with the event?
    Needles: Oh that rip-off is dead, fucking dead to me.
  • However, the only thing that he and most heroes would agree on is this: Calypso is the only thing worse than Needles himself. Not to mention, this is due to the fact that Calypso's final act to Sweet Tooth was a burial, with his daughter's corpse inside with him.
    Needles: You can't kill me! You can't kill me! You can't ever kill me! I'll find you Calypso. I'll fucking find you and fucking kill you! You will fear Sweet Tooth! I'll cut your fucking insides out! You will fear me motherfucker! You! Will! Fear! ME!
  • Boys 'n' girls

"I am Silico."

Silico, God of the Villainous Underdog


    Oogie Boogie 
Oogie Boogie, God of Plot-Irrelevant Villains (Boogie Man, King of All Bugs, Seven Days Holiday King, Oogie's Manor, Dicey Heavy Hitter)


    Gozaburo Kaiba 
Gozaburo Kaiba, God of Filler Villains
  • Quasideity (Intermediate in the Virtual World)
  • Symbol: The old Kaiba Corp logo
  • Theme Song: Kaiba Gozaburo
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Filler Villain Who Had Died In the Manga via Brain Uploading, Killed Himself to Prove the Price of Failure, Jerkass, Abusive Parents (Knight Templar Parent at best), Archnemesis Dad, Teaching Seto to be a Corporate Jerk, Big Penalties For Failing Lessons, Cannot Stand to Lose, Surprisingly an Honest Corporate Executive
  • Domains: Business, Weapons Dealing, Ruthlessness, Pride, Filler, Digitization
  • Followers: Ali and En, Neo BloodClan, Brother Blood, Captain Ceyderom, The Fanatic
  • Allies: Ghetsis Harmonia, Charles Zi Britannia, Chiaki Hayasaki, Carol/Mom, Sundowner, Morris, Marcus Kincaid, Obadiah Stane
  • Respects: Vergil, Senator Armstrong
  • Enemies: The heroic Yu-Gi-Oh! deities, Seto, Mokuba and Noah Kaiba (his adoptive sons and biological son), The Heroic Protectors of Family, Ochako Uraraka, Charlotte LaBouff, Charlie Bucket, Dr Heinz Doofenschmirtz, Shouto Todoroki, Lelouch, Nunnally Lamperouge, Kevin Flynn, Ludvig Maxis, Neo, Agent Smith, Tony Stark, Serena van der Woodsen, Dan Humphrey
  • Annoyed by: Princess Morbucks, the Reagan twins
  • Gozaburo Kaiba was the adoptive father of Seto and Mokuba Kaiba, and the biological father of Noah Kaiba. When he was in charge, KaibaCorp was an arms manufacturer. He was a ruthless and cruel parent, in order to install a darwinist mindset when it came to business. However the brothers' love for one another proved to be his undoing, and they took the company from him.
  • Gozaburo is in the unique position where he is both a Filler Villain and a canonical character. His suicide was permanent in the manga, his active villainy in the Virtual World was anime-exclusive due to being Spared by the Adaptation. At least, until the virtual world came crashing down with him and Noah in it. Noah, the initial Filler Villain of the Virtual Arc(and unlike Gozaburo a Canon Foreigner), intends to restrain his father from causing much havoc in the pantheon.
  • Planned to fire missiles at the world from the digital plane, or in the dub digitize everyone so he rule the world. Gozaburo wasn't as audacious in the physical world, and having a physical avatar in the pantheon has made him more focused on business. Of course, he keeps his eyes out on digitized heroes and minds so they don't stop any plans of digital conquest he might have. Also Agent Smith, as he is a threat to the very structure of the digital world and everything really.
  • The Heroic Protectors of Family have nothing good to say about his abusive nature, or how he abandoned his son Noah and focused on Seto instead. Shouto Todoroki sees him as the same ruthless father that wants their son to be what they want as his own father Endeavour treated him. Dr Doofenschmirtz is also reminded of his father's abuse. Gozaburo simply replied that they were "soft".
  • Seems to agree with the parenting styles of Ghetsis Harmonia and Charles Zi Britannia. Particularly the latter, given in their own twisted, social darwinist way they believe they were helping their children in life. However Gozaburo doesn't just abuse for the sake of it. He considers Ragyo Kiryuin molesting and disposing of her children "tasteless" as they could be better raised as ruthless as she is. However, he admits she has good business acumen.
  • Has a "might makes right" view on business. While he doesn't apply it outside of business and thinks changing the world through it is a bit audacious, he does respect it. Because of this, he has an appreciation for both Vergil and Senator Armstrong, but it's one-sided. Armstrong's goal of "using the business of war to end war as a business" would go against the elder Kaiba's corporate plans, and Vergil doesn't respect him for being an abusive father.
  • While a corporate jerk, Gozaburo is surprisingly not a Corrupt Corporate Executive. He was honest, albeit unpleasant and part of the morally dubious field of arms dealing. The "double dealings" were actually Dartz in disguise. He dismisses the actions of Mr Burns as nothing but Cartoonish Supervillainy. Not that this makes him any more likeable, but it's something.
  • Has no respect for Princess Morbucks or the Reagan twins. Sure, he's a rich jerk, but he's a rich jerk who makes his way through hard work. He doesn't like spoiled brats, which is why he gave up on Noah as that made him unfit for the company. He even went so far as to jump out a window when Seto bought out the company, all as a means of proving the price of failure.
  • On the other hand, various hardworking economic figures dislike him because of how ruthless he is and his un-empathetic means of staying on top. However, there is one rich girl he does seem to like-Chiaki Hayasaki. This is because of her Reason being set towards social darwinism and might makes right, even if she is a Hypocrite. Of course, Gozaburo sees this as merely a sign that her training isn't complete and will help her with it.
  • Is business partners with Marcus Kincaid and Sundowner. While he could call the latter out for relying on flashy techniques, but given in his duel with Seto he only used Exodia Necross he's not in a position to chastise him. He has also been making deals with Carol/Mom, and gets along with Morris since they're totally ruthless businessmen, but convinced they're doing the best for the company.
  • Hopes to gain Serena van der Woodsen's wealth, believing that it's wasted in someone like her. Her husband sure as hell isn't letting that happen. He's rallied everyone in the Gossip Girl community against Gozaburo, and in response he's using his resources to discover Gossip Girl's identity. Fortunately, Dan is good at covering his tracks.
  • Used to be the world's greatest chess player until Seto beat him. He's pretty confident that he can still beat the other chess players in the pantheon, and will accept gambles and wages through it. Lelouch's skill at the game and the fact he ended up beating him much like Seto did is one of the factors on why Gozaburo hates him.

    Lord Portley-Rind 
Lord Portley-Rind, God of Villains Of Another Story
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: His white hat next to a cheese plate
  • Alignment: True Neutral (formerly Neutral Evil)
  • Portfolio: Head of the Cheese Guild, Neglectful Ruling Body Of Cheesebridge, Hat of Authority, Adults Are Useless, Would Probably Be The Villain Of The Story If It Weren't For Snatcher, Has Numerous Parallels With Him, Upper-Class Twit, Jerkass (though he does turn around at the end), Break the Haughty, Skewed Priorities
  • Domains: Cheese, Authority, Indulgence, Foolishness, Greed, Indolence
  • Allies
  • On good terms with: Pinkie Pie
  • Enemies: Archibald Snatcher, Mr Fox, Senator Stephen Armstrong, Prime Minister Honest
  • Opposes: Kirby, King Dedede, Jabba the Hutt, Unhygienix
  • Opposed by: Homer Simpson
  • Wary of: The Phantom Thieves of Heart
  • Pities: Anthony Chu
  • Lord Portley-Rind is mayor of the town of Cheesebridge, and a leading White Hat of the Cheese Guild. He loves the food, even when there are more important things. Wasting taxpayer's money, diverting charity money, ignoring his daughter and potentially attempting adultery, he would quite easily be the villain of his story. However Archibald Snatcher exists, and he is far worse and more devious in his ambition to rise into high society. Ultimately Lord Portley-Rind did reconsider his selfishness when he and his family were at risk and re-evaluated his priorities...somewhat. Honestly he got off easy and is still a stubborn idiot, but at least he's not being as problematic. He's trying to be more supportive to his daughter Winnie, which was quite a welcome change of pace
  • He wasn't all that motivated to go to the Trope Pantheon, but his daughter suggested that he could do it as a favor for Eggs and to keep an eye on Snatcher. The fact he got the role as the god of villains of another story was somewhat amusing to Lord Portley-Rind as he's semi-reformed, but it's still applicable as the "semi-reformed" part mainly applies to being on Eggs' good side. However he still has an antagonistic role among other heroic pantheon members; Mr Fox steals his cheese and wine supply to friends who need it more, and that won't slide as far as he's concerned. The House of Villainy, as a whole, isn't enthused by his ascension since his villainy was more of the mundane "selfish and inept politician" than any particularly active evil like Snatcher. Not that he cares what they think, as he considers the house merely a platform for his benefit.
  • As an act of good will (but also to indulge in his fixation), Lord Portley-Rind has established "National Cheese Day"; a holiday celebrating cheese where all cheese will be half the cost, and the winner of a contest will get to have a pound of one of his most exotic cheeses. It's to a degree Bread and Circuses, but it's still a Pet the Dog occasion so the House of Celebration let him make it official. He came to earnestly enjoy making this a public celebration thanks to Pinkie Pie's party planning. Her bubbly and extroverted personality actually led to the leader of the White Hats getting out of his shell for once. Feeling good about himself, he decided that to share his love of cheese, he should give funds to the House of Health and Diseases for producing medicine that counter-acts lactose intolerance.
  • Wanting to bring new blood to the Cheese Guild, Lord Portley-Rind has searched for gods that have just as much a love for cheese as he does. Two of his closest friends in the Trope Pantheon are Wallace and Gromit, the former always bringing the crackers for the cheese tasting. The head of the White Hats is not convinced Wensleydale is truly the best type of cheese, but it was definitely a worthy addition. He's decided to fund Wallace's inventions as he considers them remarkably charming, much unlike Snatcher's mechanical menaces. He may be even closer to Monterey Jack, as he is the pantheonic god of cheese and a true master of making just about anything with it. This love of cheese has him in the good graces of an exceptionally powerful entity, much to his surprise; Sheogorath. One of his spheres is cheese, and he always mentioned it. Fortunately the more erratic acts of madness the Daedric Prince shows are mitigated when he's preoccupied being one of the White Hats. The fact that he may or may not embody cheese (it's complicated) fascinates Lord Portley-Rind to no end.
  • After drooling a bit over the potential for so many different types of cheeses, Homer Simpson couldn't help but be reminded of the Stonecutters he joined. They claim they're a lot more influential but they're closer to the Brotherhood of Funny Hats spirit that the Cheese Guild claims. Homer is also the only member of the Stonecutters because they reformed into the No Homers Clubnote , and why? Homer actually tried to do good and reform them into a productive group. The No Homers Club informed the Cheese Guild so Lord Portley-Rind established a pre-emptive ban against him entering the Cheese Guild, under the cover of "he's too middle-class" since he feels Homer might ruin his fun. The Springfield resident naturally took offense to that since he was mainly interested in the cheese tasting and felt insulted.
  • Lord Portley-Rind is quite proud of his white hat, as it is a status symbol. He had enough of a conscience to give to Snatcher when his daughter is threatened, but got it back after Snatcher bit off more than he could chew. The cleaning cost was killer, though. It may not be as great as the various examples in the Hall of Hats and he will occasionally compliment the style of some of the deities there, but it's still a precious status symbol he only intends to share with those he really gets along with. Sally Whitemane scoffs at his pride in his supposed Hat of Authority, and is quick to point hers is better. While she's definitely more competent than him, Lord Portley-Rind doesn't think she should brag about it.
  • He is wary of the Phantom Thieves of Heart, as they are somewhat notorious for reputation as heart stealing and detest corrupt authority figures. In reality he is beneath their notice; he is certainly an inept and dubious political figure, but he's not on the level of Hate Sink that they target. If anything this shows Lord Portley-Rind has an inflated opinion on himself. They consider him more akin to Cornelius Fudge in problematic authority figures, an opinion he is not sure how insulted he should feel about. Senator Armstrong is disgusted by both and hates Lord Portley-Rind for being a narrow-minded, indolent figure. Lord Portley-Rind would rather stay far away from him as he (not unfairly) thinks Armstrong's nuts.
  • As a formal apology for all the problems that Snatcher caused, Lord Portley-Rind has made a written decree that until they prove themselves as Always Chaotic Evil for a fact there will be no prejudice towards any non-human races. In fact, he made the position of Cheesebridge diplomat open for the first good-aligned troll who's politically inclined and interested as an act of solidarity. He tried reaching out for Vol'jin, but he rebuffed him as he considers Cheesebridge an unimportant town. Another good deed of Lord Portley-Rind's was to try and develop dairy products that do not trigger cibopathic reactions, as a favor for Chew. Unlike some of his other Pet the Dog moments this was entirely unprompted; he genuinely pities his condition. Something more productive, if still in the Enlightened Self-Interest range, was ordering an exploration of Mount Volbono as he is very interested by its strange food.
  • Lord Portley-Rind may be obsessed with cheese, but that doesn't mean he lacks dignity. It's all about the experience of cheese testing and tasting, the comparing of different flavors and the higher class that it affords you. One of the many reasons he dislikes Snatcher is that he hides his lout behind a false air of sophistication, with even his last words just repeating what one of his actually cultured minions said. Some have called him a cheese snob, but if it means banning Jabba the Hutt from the tasting table for his sloppiness then he's proud to be a cheese snob. He regards the sheer consumption of Kirby and King Dedede to be "unseemly" and banned them too, much to their frustration. Obelix almost got into a row complaining over smelly cheese, as Lord Portley-Rind insisted it was "the right kind of pungent", but a fight never broke out because they agreed to discuss their limits to "aroma". He did get solid advice not to invite Unhygienix from Obelix, as he questions how he was even allowed to be a Gaulish fisherman in the first place. Obelix told him that Unhygienix is a great fisherman but a terrible fishmonger, since Unhygienix would rather sell fish from Paris that take two weeks to arrive instead of the fish he fishes out the sea.
  • When not presiding over his obsession, or the occasional political affair he can be bothered to attend, he is making small talk and having drinks at the Hall of Politicians. Most only listen to him in hopes they can get some rare cheese to enjoy with something fancy. Prime Minister Honest tried to convince Lord Portley-Rind to get some investments after having a delicious dessert and drink with him, but even a fool like the White Hat wearer sensed underneath that sarcastic wit lies the mind of a devil. Yeah, Lord Portley-Rind indulges himself but he doesn't intentionally seek to make his home a worse place and doesn't have the stomach for true tyranny. He is far more closer to the Mayor of Townsville and Mayor Joe Quimby, who he enjoys cocktail parties with since "I can understand their personalities quite well". There was one time where he and the former had a fall-out over whether cheese or pickles goes better with a sandwich, but Quimby resolved that by saying a cheese and pickle sandwich is the superior meal.