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    Tabuu 
Tabuu, God of Silent Villains
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  • Overdeity. Greater God when his wings are injured.
  • Symbol: The Subspace Emblem
  • Theme Music: Subspace, Subspace Ver. 2, Subspace Ver. 3, Subspace Emissary Boss Battle Theme 2
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil or Lawful Evil.
  • Portfolio: Silent Villains, Doesn’t Screw Around, Dimension Lords, SNK Bosses, One Hit Kills, Eye Beams, Villains concealed behind other villains, voiceless villains, totally unforeshadowed villains, Reality Warper
  • Domains: Silence, Subspace, Destruction, Power
  • Heralds: The Subspace Army
  • Followers: Murmur, The Gentlemen, Combustion Man, The Captain
  • Allies: Porky Minch, YHVH, Omega, Brainiac, Polygon Man, The Death Busters (More specifically, their leader, Pharaoh 90), Bill Cipher, Typhon, The Heartless
  • Rival: Yapool
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: The other Nintendo villains
  • Enemies: All other Nintendo gods (particularly Mr Game and Watch, King Dedede, Ganondorf, Master Hand, Galeem and Dharkon), Sonic the Hedgehog, Emmet Brickowski, Madoka Kaname, The Sailor Guardians, Doctor Strange, Harry Potter, Lucifer, Cosmos, Gabriel Belmont, Homura Akemi, Nekron, Son Goku, The Green Lanterns, Rick Sanchez and Morty Smith, All Good-Aligned Ultramen
  • Feared by: Yuuki Terumi
  • The manifestation of the plane of Subspace, which he has total control over, but cannot leave "himself". Though initially considered the God of Subspace, subspace isn't a trope in itself and was later changed to Silent Antagonist instead. He's still involved with his old house however due to his dimension-warping abilities.
  • Once attempted to pull the world of the mortals into his own domain in order to expand his influence. His plans involved bombs and Cool Ships that weaponized spacetime. This resulted in the death of Master Hand (who came back) and the awakening of Mr. Game & Watch to his godly powers. He was eventually beaten back in an Ultimate Showdown of Ultimate Destiny after being weakened by Sonic. Tabuu remains quite angered by this humiliation and plots his next move.
  • Tabuu is believed to be some sort of symbolic entity. If Master and Crazy Hand represent the creativity of a child, Tabuu is the part of the child who feels he/she must "grow up" and stop playing with his/her toys. That, or the father who's sick of his kids' playtime. He isn't telling.
  • Rumors began to spread that he was part of Galeem's forces during the World of Light incident after Galleom, a mechanical warmonger built by his army, was spotted as one of the light god's lieutenants. Turns out, Tabuu was found by the fighters as just a mere spirit amongst many in the realm of Galeem's counterpart, Dharkon. This has given him great resentment against Galeem for stealing from him and being turned into a spirit, nor does he think high of Dharkon as he controlled him.
  • Tabuu is highly dreaded throughout the Pantheon for notable reasons. His silence makes it hard to know if he is planning something or not, he has an entire army of minions (some more infuriating than others), is capable of being The Man Behind the Man while not talking at all and can instantly wipe out entire armies with his most powerful attack. His Off-Waves.
  • Is a powerful Reality Warper, though is unable to leave Subspace and because of this he has to pull parts of the outside world into his realm in order to gain dominion over them. If he ever finds a way to leave subspace, he would become much harder to stop.
  • Actively seeks more pawns to control and manipulate. He has his eyes set on authority figures similar to what he did to Master Hand so he can gain unwitting soldiers without much problem due to their loyalties to who he controls and manipulates. He has a massive interest in one particular Goddess...and due to who he is, she has no idea of what Tabuu is planning.
    • Knowing he is physically stronger than Cosmos, Tabuu plans on having his armies lure her into Subspace so he can gain control over her like he did with Master Hand. He also seeks to take out members of the GUAG one by one and replace them with duplicates using his Shadow Bugs.
  • He has been working with YHVH to destroy Lucifer as Tabuu sees him as a great threat to the world of trophies he so desires. YHVH sees great potential in his power to One-Hit Kill many, even when weakened, but is disappointed that he won’t join the Grand United Alliance of Law due to Galeem being a member. Frighteningly enough, they get along like a house on fire otherwise, with YHVH even planning to let Tabuu create loyal replicas of GUAC members using Shadow Bugs once they are incapacitated to add to their forces before subverting the will of the real ones himself. It helps that Tabuu and his armies have been supplying the GUAL with Dark Cannons.
  • Sympathizes with Bill Cipher and Pharaoh 90 for their similar situations. While Tabuu is much closer to Law than he is Chaos, he’ll take what he can get. He believes Bill Cipher’s Weirdmageddon to be a ticket out of Subspace and desires to continue his plans for a world of trophies even if it happens. To do this, he wants to turn Bill and his Henchmaniacs into trophies after he is freed by Weirdmageddon and make loyal replicas of them using his Shadow Bugs.
  • Enemies with all of the Heroic Ultramen as his plan of turning everyone into trophies happens to be very similar to that of one of their foes. He was very pissed with their interference against him and wants to give every single one of them A Fate Worse Than Death. He tried using his armies to get the attention of Yapool with the intention of creating an alliance against the Ultras, but they became rivals instead as they caught him and his Choju just as they were about to launch an attack on them. However, Yapool is interested in Tabuu’s Subspace due to how dark it is there.
  • Yuuki Terumi started to become afraid of him after he and a group of other Trolls taunted Tabuu about his inability to leave Subspace on his own, only for him to send endless waves of his minions led by another Galleom that he had built by his allies as Galeem had taken control of the original. They were dragged into Subspace and eventually they were recovered by the Grand United Alliance of Evil after dark duplicates of them were killed. They refused to talk about what happened.
  • Interestingly enough, Porky Minch has appeared to serve as one of his generals during the Subspace incident. Worryingly enough, they remain on good terms in the Pantheon and even worse, one of Porky’s heralds, Fassad, frequently makes trips to Subspace to deliver technology for Tabuu and his armies to use.

    The Wolf (Puss in Boots
Death, God of Sinister Whistling (The Wolf, Lobo, Bounty Hunter, Big Bad Wolf, Death Wolf)
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  • Overdeity (restrains himself to the power of an Intermediate God in combat.)
  • Symbol: His sickles and hood
  • Theme Song: Bounty Hunter, The Smell of Fear, He's Here for Me, and The Fight with Death
  • Alignment: True Neutral with Evil tendencies
  • Portfolio: Walking Spoiler, Sinister Whistling, Sadist, Death Personified, Blood Knight, The Dreaded, Red Eyes, Take Warning, Knight of Cerebus, Deadpan Snarker, Implacable Wolf, Lightning Bruiser, Dual Wielding Sinister Sickles, Undefeatable by nature, Keeps a Kill Tally of Puss' lives, Noble Demon, Fair-Play Villain, Willfully Weak, Savage Wolf
  • Domains: Whistling, Fear, Sadism, Death, Wolves
  • Allies
  • Enemies
  • Worthy Opponent: Puss in Boots
  • Respects: James Howlett/Wolverine, Wade Wilson/Deadpool (oddly enough), The Red Death, Rattlesnake Jake, Guts, Harry Potter, Simon and Kamina, Giorno Giovanna, Margaret Moonlight
  • Feared by: Every other Shrek Deity, Conker the Squirrel, The Final Destination Protagonists
  • Pities: Grim, Izanami
  • Opposes: Grenth, Dhuum, Malthael, Count Bleck
  • Annoyed by: Cats in general, SCP-682, Fukiwara no Mokou, and Eryi, Kenny McCormick, The Fables Deities (though respects Bigby Wolf), Deities with Complete Immortality / Resurrective Immortality in general, most in the DC Universe
  • Disappointed in: Thanos
  • Tolerates: The Doctor
  • Unknown Opinion on: Adora and Catra (due to the latter being revived by the former's use of another omnipresent concept), Gentaro Kisaragi
  • The Grim Reaper himself of the world of Shrek and Puss in Boots; he comes for everyone at the end of their lives, whether from old age or other causes, and many have tried to escape from Death but none have managed to beat him. However, one individual would manage to offend Death to the point of a personal grudge: Puss in Boots. Death already loathed the mere concept of a whole species having nine lives (or as he'd put it, nine guaranteed cheats against himself), but Puss in Boots took things even further by treating his extra lives as expendable; using them up in the most wasteful and frivolous ways, instead of cherishing and valuing them as the gifts of life that they were. And if that wasn't enough, Puss frequently boasted about being untouchable and how he "laughs in the face of Death". So when that cat was down to his ninth and last life, Death decided to do some cheating of his own and physically confronted Puss under the guise of a Bounty Hunter looking to collect Puss "dead", and then made that feline get touched by a blade for the very first time. Puss was filled with a newfound fear for his life and immediately fled from this mysterious new foe and retired from being a hero, which Death was content with. But soon enough, Puss would quit retirement for an adventure to restore his lost eight lives via the Wishing Star, upon which Death resumed his hunt for Puss in Boots. After a few more encounters throughout the Dark Forest, the Wolf confronted Puss for one last fight on the Wishing Star itself, whereupon the feline gained a newfound appreciation for his last life and managed to disarm Death in combat. Seeing that Puss was no longer the arrogant, lives-wasting little legend, Death no longer had reason to kill Puss and allowed the cat to live out his life, leaving in peace. But not before promising that they'll meet again, when Puss' life comes to an end naturally.
  • Being a fundamental aspect of life and nature to his world, Death always had an awareness of the Pantheon but was too busy with his 'job' to check the place out (Death doesn't take holidays, after all). Sometime after the "Wishing Star Event", though, Death got contacted by the other 'Death Gods' in the Pantheon, who had heard about how he humbled a hero who thought himself invincible, and wanted to ascend him as a reward. Death still wasn't very interested, but that immediately changed when he learned that there were many within the realm who held mocking views of life and death like Puss did before. That and much of the Pantheon were clamoring for Death to ascend, thinking him the coolest part of the "Wishing Star Adventure". Just like that, Death came before the Court of the Gods and was granted godhood as the representative of "Sinister Whistling", owing to the haunting melody he whistles when making his presence known. Very soon after that, all who had laughed in the face of Death learned to fear the sound of this wolf's whistle, for he is not far behind them...
    • Indeed, immediately after ascending, Death resumed his "Bounty Hunter persona" and began hunting after deities who were like Puss in Boots before the Wishing Star; arrogant morons who thought themselves immortal, didn't value life, laughs in the face of himself and other Death deities, tries to gain extra lives, and so on. Much to his exasperation, there was no shortage of such people within the Pantheon, but at the same time Death reveled in the thrill of chasing and fighting again whilst filling his prey with incredible fear. And learning from how his sadistic toying with Puss cost him his vengeance, Death killed his targets before they could have any epiphany... At least until seeing those same targets walking around, alive and well. The Wolf learned very soon after that every deity within the Pantheon gets revived within the House of Life and Vitality, which filled him with fury to say the least. Though the Wolf eventually calmed down and accepted that this is just the nature of the Pantheon. Besides, dying is still highly unpleasant for most deities and it can take a long time for them to be revived from death, depending on how they died, so the Wolf's hunts aren't rendered completely meaningless.
  • In due time, Death's whistle had become well-known throughout the Pantheon and strikes fear in those who hear it. In fact, many deities allege to hear Death whistling at them whenever anything that feels like dying happens to them. Though 'Death' is his true name, the lupine reaper is primarily referred to as 'The Wolf' and actually encourages others to call him by that. Not only are there tons of deities in the Pantheon also named 'Death', but the Wolf wants to keep his true nature a secret from the Pantheon at large for the time being. For him, it's a lot more fun to make his targets think that they're being pursued by a mere Bounty Hunter only to be met by someone very strong and supernatural. He was amused at the fact Hassan-I-Sabbah and the assassin order's members came to recruit him to his side. Though he usually don't get down and dirty if he doesn't feel disrespected, he finds himself fond of their work ethic and well-acquainted state of death and killing...even if the Old Man in the Mountain wields Azrael, a sword that can slay otherwise immortal beings, including incarnations of Death. He actually kind of likes the work hazard, and he doesn't get why they're listed as Lawful Evil due to being rather benevolent people when push comes to shove.
  • It didn't take long for Death to learn that Puss in Boots was in the Pantheon and became a great deal annoyed with that discovery; he had just made that gato realize that he wasn't immortal and to start valuing his life, and now that furball is a god who literally cannot die thanks to the Pantheon's function. Death was quickly assured by his fellow Death Gods that Puss still took his lesson to heart and values his last life, and doesn't laugh in their faces, which made the Wolf respect Puss even more then he did already (not that he would admit it). Seeing how he told Puss that they would meet again once the cat's life reached its end on its own, though, Death actively avoids seeing Puss in Boots to not ruin that promise. Likewise, once Puss learned that Death had ascended, he too keeps his distance from him out of respect, and made certain to warn others not to laugh in his face.
    • Of course, that doesn't stop Death from getting acquainted with Puss in Boots' ascended friends and foes from their world, starting with Puss' partners in crime: Kitty Softpaws and Perrito (the shared herald to Puss and Kitty). The thieving cat and therapy dog were frightened to say the least of seeing Death again, recalling his imposing entrance the first time they saw him and how he came close to killing their beloved friend, but Kitty and Perrito were respectful to the Wolf nonetheless. Kitty didn't even dare to try and steal one of Death's sickles, with how much of a death sentence that would be. Despite being a cat with nine lives, the Wolf has nothing bad to feel about Kitty Softpaws since she values those lives and doesn't think herself immortal. And to most people's shock, the Wolf likes Perrito because that dog is just so friendly and content with his life, as much of a chatterbox he can be.
    • The Wolf then paid a visit to Puss' other friends: Shrek, Donkey, Fiona, and Dragon. The four had already learned about Death from Puss' retelling of the "Wishing Star Adventure" and Shrek, Fiona, and Dragon were startled by the Wolf's appearance while Donkey predictably freaked out, much to Death's amusement. Shrek and Fiona became particularly unsettled, though, when Death revealed that he and Shrek had met before; when the ogre faded from existence after incidentally giving away the day of his birth for a magical contract. The Wolf couldn't deny being pissed with Shrek for trading his life away and then getting a second chance after dying due to the contract getting broke at the very last second, but he assured the ogre that he won't hound after him like he did Puss. After all, Shrek was tricked into giving away his birth by Rumpelstiltskin, and the experience made the ogre appreciate his life immensely. But the Wolf warned that if Shrek gives away his life again, he'll make sure there won't be a third chance.
    • And then Death met with Lord Faarquad, Fairy Godmother, and Prince Charming (Fairy Godmother's herald). Or rather re-met them seeing how all three died in their native world and subsequently reaped by the Wolf, and the villains were beyond frightened to see Death again. The Wolf was a tad irritated at seeing those three scum alive again, but let it slide since their 'resurrection' is exclusive to the Pantheon. Death couldn't resist joking to Faarquad that he looked a lot better how he last saw him; being digested in the belly of a dragon, which brought traumatic memories back to the lord.
  • The Wolf is not the most powerful incarnation of Death, but he's certainly more powerful than he is in combat. He restrains himself in part because using his true power would be overkill, and he believes his target needs to have at least a chance of proving he's wrong about them. There's also the fact he enjoys a good fight as much as the smell of fear. He's rather happy to learn how much of a World of Badass the Trope Pantheon is since he can genuinely test his meddle, without holding back. There's contentious relationship with Tricky the Clown. The hate is him being yet another mortal who doesn't know when to stay dead, and he ran a game show where contestants fought to the death, and he himself has died multiple times over constantly fighting and pursuing the same person, and enjoys it. However he will always grow much stronger after each death, which would make humbling him be tedious, annoying, and in rare cases, possibly threatening. Death would say it's a love-hate relationship but can't give him the time of day to be a Worthy Opponent as he is a madman who's power could escalate to the point he'd take over the whole damn afterlife.
  • Being The Grim Reaper of his world, Death naturally gets along with deities who are also "death incarnate" of their worlds, or are gods with a job associated with death. Though the Wolf doesn't really view any of them as friends so much as "work acquaintances", preferring to keep things professional and focus on his own job. Nonetheless, he does consider them all allies and takes the time to hang out with any of them when off the clock. The Wolf can most often be seen hanging out with Anubis, since they're both death entities who appear as canines, and Charon, who was impressed with Death using coins over his eyes as a silent death threat. Death also formed a partnership of sorts with Death from Final Destination, both being one of the most fearsome Grim Reapers who hunt after those who cheat them and both having a sense of honor. He is also friendly with the god of the dead Hades, who is characterized as a stern yet fair figure who does not tolerate those who defy the rules of death. As for other gods of the dead, Death has a civil relationship with both his Greek equivalent Thanatos, and Hades' wife Persephone. He's not the romantic type but he does like how she can adapt from being a fertility goddess to a queen of the underworld. Death is somewhat sympathetic towards Izanami due to the tragic circumstances she became queen of the Underworld. Death is also on good terms with Morpho Knight for being a powerful Psychopomp that does their damn job and doesn't let anyone make a fool of them. While Death doesn't see every resurrection as non-negotiable like Morpho Knight, he's pretty close to that mindset.
  • Even when demonized the OG usually keeps this trait, but the same could not be said about his imposter known by Pit and Palutena; the lupine reaper may have a sadistic streak towards his target, but he refuses to involve any bystanders and he believes both that Hades and Ah Puch's torment of the dead brings disgrace to the whole concept. He's meant to deliver souls to whatever great beyond there; he may be a fearful entity but what he represents is not something to be feared and their cruelty towards the immortal soul is abominable. But even his contempt for them is dwarfed by the hatred he has for Lord English, the monstrous Psychopathic Manchild who's caused destruction on such an unimaginable scale that Death itself staggers to comprehend, only helped by being completely immortal barring one or two EXTREMELY specific methods. And Lord English isn't just satisfied with death; he's called the angel of Double Death because he goes to the afterlife to murder people's ghosts. Worse, English is so overpowered the Wolf is always on the defensive around him, despite not holding back in the slightest.
    • And the kicker to all this? He can't even go back and take out Lord English when he was vulnerable because even Death can't fight fate, much less when it is tied to a character that can manipulate it. When the Homestuck kids tried the same thing and went after Caliborn/young Lord English, it ended pretty poorly for four of them.
  • On a much lighter note, while Death isn't fond of Grim as he give people reason to laugh in their faces, and got himself enslaved by children trying to collect the soul of a hamster... part of him still has the Wolf's pity. After all, he is otherwise good at his job, being more fearsome than the Boogeyman of that world, and only lost the Limbo contest because Billy and Mandy cheatednote . He'll direct most of his anger with Grim's loser status to Billy and Mandy, leading to him threatening to hunt those kids down just as he did Puss. He's also not a fan of Joker Immunity and is close to yanking at his own whiskers with how often Bowser comes back from certain death. One of the things the Wolf has planned to do is eliminate the Green 1-Up Mushroom to put everyone on an equal playing field. He also plans to drag Dimentio to hell for his attempt to use the Chaos Heart to control reality, and when that failed try to end reality just because he's a Sore Loser. He was very tempted to do the same to Count Bleck, but recognizes that he came to value life once more and ended the threat through The Power of Love and a Heroic Sacrifice. But he's still on very poor terms with Bleck.
  • Like them, he refuses to get over Kratos, as he hates how the guy keeps breaking out of the Underworld and just because he's turned over a new leaf doesn't mean he's not in for the fight of his life. And oh, don't get him started about those from Dragonball. Goku being Goku requested a fight, only for Death to blatantly ignore said request and state his intention; for the crime of treating death as cheap, he will find the Super Dragonballs and wish that resurrection becomes impossible... but he's welcome to try and fight him again. However, he might begrudgingly reconsider if Goku and his friends truly learn to embrace both the value of their lives AND their time is limited. As no good-aligned Dragonball characters seek immortality even given the chance, perhaps he may not need to make that wish after all.
  • The Wolf does have his criticisms of certain reapers, though; he respects Death of the Endless for her tireless work but considers her too lenient, allowing the many DC superheroes to revive from their deaths with almost reckless abandon. And there's the whole "Hob Gadling situation" that completely baffles the Wolf. Lobo digs the style and attitude of Death from Regular Show, but the Wolf disapproves of his constant gambling of souls since mortals keep exploiting those games to get second chances when their lives came to an end. And Death outrights dislikes Grenth for his complete allowance of resurrections and undeath in Tyria, which renders life and death totally meaningless in the Wolf's eyes. And yet, Death can't really bring himself to consider Grenth's predecessor, Dhumm, to be any better because of how childish and extreme he is. And then there's Malthael, whom the Wolf wants to like for being a fellow Grim Reaper who dual wields sickles (as opposed to wielding scythes) but cannot approve of his desire to kill off humanity and remove free will.
  • Death is appalled by Nekron, Lord of the Unliving. Nekron is an apparently similar concept to death, that being the absence of life, but motive-wise that takes the form of ending life AS A CONCEPT. As powerful as Death is he still needs life to exist, and he heavily disagrees with Nekron's nihilistic views that the universe should be silent and quiet since he still believes life has value; it's the flippancy some people have to death AND/OR life that pisses him off. Not to mention his hypocrisy in opposing resurrections yet permitting some so he can use them as sleeper agents. That said, Death thinks Nekron has a point in being insulted by resurrections. He's quite frustrated by how Death is Cheap in the DC Universe, and it's a setting where he could genuinely lose. However he will give superheroes like Superman credit; they do not take life for granted. As Death of the Endless outranks him both in power and authority he cannot go all out in the DC universe without her permission, but she did allow him to give a warning to the superhero community; never take their revivals lightly.
  • Though he doesn't like the cheapness of death in DC, the X-Men are so notorious at it that he just can't let it go. It's bad enough that they joked that when they die, instead of seeing The Pearly Gates, they get a revolving door. The last straws were a) one time a little girl attended her father funeral but didn't cry because she fully expected him to randomly come back to life sometime later, and b) for now, The Mutants of Krakoa have turned themselves into a Society of Immortals, making death an official trivial setback, with Wanda creating an afterlife literally called the "Waiting Room" so their souls will have a place to stay and wait till they're brought back to life. Naturally this did get some Mutants to to treat dying as a joke and disregard the value of their mortal life. He has sworn to come for almost every mutant until they learn their lesson. He was going to confront his Marvel Universe counterpart for slacking on her job...until he learned of the Green Door. And the power behind it was something beyond either of them...something that inspired just the smallest bead of fear in the Reaper.
  • Despite the Green Door excusing revivals to an extent, the Wolf doubled down on his rage upon learning the constant revivals had made Death ill, and he yelled at the mutants that their triviality and cheating of death risks bringing about a second Cancerverse! Yet again proving another problem with fighting death; even the impossibility of winning isn't something you want. This is why Ai Astin is one of his allies; she helps restore death to worlds where it was lost. This also plays into why Kurt Wagner is one of the only mutants he tolerates. Nightcrawler may cheat death, but he is trying to eliminate his kind from taking death lightly, as he acknowledges that life and death are still things to be valued. There are also a couple Marvel anti-heroes heroes he respects. The fact that already semi-immortal James Howlett and Wade Wilson, who reckless and abusive they've been with it, have the Wolf's respect seemed baffling. However despite their body counts the two have gained a great appreciation of life. Wolverine has come to appreciate the people around him despite knowing they would outlive them, and Deadpool was a Death Seeker (both in wanting to die and having a fling with Mistress Death) but eventually learned to appreciate life.
    • On the note of Marvel's Death, the Wolf is aware of Thanos and his obsession with her. And to that he's conflicted; though he regards him as pathetic and desperate, he recognizes Mistress Death is a toxic lover and he is as much a victim of her manipulation. He is more annoyed by the failure to value his life than the mass death he caused, but as Thanos is a Death Seeker and a very powerful one at that the Wolf has decided he should just be left to dwell on his follies. He at least concedes the fact Thanos has recently tried to break out of his cycle, and for now remains neutral to the Titan.
  • It goes without saying that the Wolf despises those who think themselves above death. Be they mortal or god, nobody is excluded from dying and Death is quick to "visit" those who think otherwise. The Master found himself in the Wolf's crosshairs when the reaper heard about how the Time Lord stated at one point "Death is for other people", with himself as the obvious exception. Didn't help that the Master always manages to avoid dying or reviving from certain death for no explicable reason, which the Wolf intends to end for good, the fact he broke the 12 regeneration limit long ago or he has caused death on such a scale as to sicken the Wolf.
    The Wolf: Death is for everyone, amigo.
    • And yet, Hob Gadling managed to top the Master in offending the Wolf in this regard, being Death's most hated individual. Hob Gadling didn't just scoff at the concept of death; he outright believed that death is a "sucker's game" that people play into because it's "what everyone does" and boasted that he'll never die, which Death of the Endless and her brother, Dream, ensured he could accomplish by giving Hob Complete Immortality. And unlike everyone else, the Wolf can't even give Hob the death he deserves since those two Endless are protecting him, which is a source of great frustration for Death.
  • It also goes without saying that Death doesn't take kindly to those who attempt to or succeed in cheating death. He hates, hates hates Nagash because he's the vilest type of necromancer, who's goal is to turn all life into his undead slaves. And he despises Rassilon not just for developing regeneration but letting himself possess an endless supply, but that his desire to master time leading him to attempt to destroy time itself as way of escaping The Last Great Time War. Both of them basically told the Wolf to Bring It. The Valeyard desiring to hijack the system to steal the Doctor's regenerations and decapitate Time Lord leadership also pisses him off. The Lich is also on his hit list as asides from his goal putting him out of a job, he actually exploited the son of his world's death to Kill and Replace him, to make him his pawn to end the cycle of regeneration.
  • That being said, the morality of why one laughs in the face of death isn't as important as doing so; he feels the Old Man From Nowhere got what he deserved with how he was such a sore winner. Naturally Death is frustrated by those who true immortality like SCP-682 or Fukiwara no Mokou, the former boasts that the Wolf is too afraid to claim him and he simply claims otherwise. This being said, Death doesn't have a problem with literal divinity possessing immortality as it's necessary for them to fulfill their role in the natural order; he'd be hypocritical if he did.
  • Because of how cats have nine lives, something Death finds absurd, he's not at all fond of felines. The Wolf is professional enough to not let his prejudice get the best of him, though, and treats cats just as much as he does everyone else. But any feline who stupidly wastes their nine lives like Puss did will find themselves hunted with extreme prejudice. And woe betide any cat who gets themselves extra lives or otherwise replenishes any lives they had lost, such as the case of Garfield; who lost all nine of his lives in one world but not only bartered with God for nine more but also tricked him into giving his fellow pet, Odie, nine lives as well. The Wolf was beyond outraged on learning of this and began pursuing Garfield and Odie to take away those nine lives.
    • The Wolf's dislike of cats because of their nine lives reminded Conker of Gregg the Grim Reaper, the Death of his world, who hated cats for the same reason (well, and many others). However, the Wolf is much less friendly with Conker than Gregg was since the squirrels of Conker's world can get even more lives than cats, depending on how many tails they collect. And Conker isn't exactly valuing those lives at the moment, wasting entire days drowning his sorrows and actively hating the people who consider the squirrel a friend. After a terrifying encounter with Death, Conker has been hiding away from the lupine reaper and getting advice from Puss on keeping the Wolf from killing him.
    • In a sense, Time Lords are akin to cats where they have thirteen lives in the form of regeneration, so one might think he would have a problem towards more than just the Master. However while regeneration annoys him, it's not as much as cats because a) there are injuries which not even regeneration can save you from and b) because regeneration causes the personality and appearance of the Time Lord to change, there's a clear cost that'll motivate Time Lords to value their lives more than cats. Because of this, the Wolf has a complicated opinion on the Doctor. Out of all incarnations he dislikes the 10th the most because of his very boastful/death-fearing nature. But he begrudgingly admit that all incarnations, when the chips are down, are willing to value life and sacrifice themselves for the greater good. And the Doctor has saved the universe on multiple occasions, so for now they're good.
  • In general, Death doesn't approve of people taking up the name of Death or calling themselves "the Grim Reaper" when they really aren't, if mainly because forces the Wolf to have to clarify that he himself is Death, straight up: not metaphorically, rhetorically, poetically, theoretically, or any other fancy word. That said, he is willing to respect those who take up the identity of Death or Grim Reaper and lives up to it, with three prominent examples being the Red Death, Ragna the Bloodedge, and Rattlesnake Jake. Despite donning a hooded robe and bearing the name 'Death', the Red Death is the avatar of a horrifying disease as opposed to a death god, but it's every bit a force of nature as Death himself that famously made the wealthy elite of a country experience the same fate as the peasants, after said wealthy elite tried to avoid and ignore the Red Death via an extravagant party. Ragna not only has the powers and weaponry of a Grim Reaper, but he even shares Death's value of life, and is willing to live his life to the fullest, regardless if his death is a violent or peaceful end. And though Rattlesnake Jake is a mundane snake (gatling gun tail notwithstanding), he's such an intimidating badass who makes everyone around feel the fear of death that the Wolf can't bring himself to argue against the snake's reputation as the "Grim Reaper" of his land.
    • One noticeable figure that has gained his interest would be Margaret Moonlight. He took notice of her after hearing about her title as the Goddess of Death, being thankful for the feminine indication that separated her from him at first. Then he heard of her song, made specifically to mock and criticize Travis for being so caught up in his quest for revenge that he wasn’t as big of a hero as he thought, a method that reminded Death of how Puss was similarly challenged about his lifestyle and ended up changing. Finally, he found out that had her own ominous whistle, managing to be scary enough that even the bloodbath loving Sylvia Christel was reduced to getting comatose for a week because of it. Amused by this feat, and how it mirrored how horrified his whistling made Puss, Death decided to pay Margaret a visit to give his compliments, with the two hitting it off very well, especially with how well Margaret took dying herself when Travis bested her. Sometimes, in Santa Destroy, when he goes to claim more souls who ran out of time, Death’s usual whistling will be mimicking Margaret’s own whistle, as a tribute to her, and as a reminder that Death is still looming over the place.
    The Wolf: It’s a shame you had to leave the mortal plane so early. You would have had my full approval of being the icon of death for Santa Destroy.
  • Because of his hatred for those who waste their lives or otherwise don't value them, the Wolf gained the respect and admiration of John Kramer, more famously known as the Jigsaw Killer, who believes that those who do not value their lives do not deserve to live and puts people in deadly games to make them fight for their lives, thinking the experience would make them appreciate what they have or try to live their life to the fullest. Death, however, was quick to express absolute disgust with Jigsaw and views the man's "philosophy" as a perversion of his own values, since his 'games' don't make people value their life better like he thinks, nor that Jigsaw values life as much as he claims to. Kramer was taken aback on first hearing of this, thinking that he and the Wolf would be kindred spirits since Death got Puss in Boots to value his last life by giving him the drive to fight for it. But Death shot back that he wasn't trying to help Puss appreciate his life, he just wanted to get revenge on the cat for his boasting and wastefulness, and was very upset that his tactics made Puss improve himself and denied the Wolf his vengeance.
  • The Wolf knows of the feral lupine Beast of Darkness that acts as an Enemy Within of Guts. However, he hopes to not see it take control, since this incarnation of Death has a lot of respect for Guts. Despite everything awful happening to him, despite the will of fate, he never gives up and continues to value his life and the life of everyone he cares about. The Wolf holds a respect for Harry Potter as he learned the lesson that being "Master of Death" means accepting it as an inevitability, which was key to defeating Voldemort; he's earned the cloak. Voldemort was naturally horrified by the Wolf and will actively flee from him. By contrast to Harry, Death is disgusted at Tom Riddle for mutilating his own soul to escape him. He also considers Ra's Al Ghul pathetic, saying that Batman is right; he doesn't conquer death, he whimpers in fear of it! He is not a fan of the alternate Harry from the Harry Potter and the Methods of Rationality fanfic wanting to master death in the "find immortality for everyone" either, in spite of not being shortsighted and instead trying to formulate a plan that'll work out for the best for everyone, as Death has replied "articulated and well-meaning arrogance is STILL arrogance boy!"
  • Death found the likes of Gentaro Kisaragi / Kamen Rider Fourze perplexing. For one thing, Gentaro was not only declared dead after Ryusei Sakuta killed him with the one-inch punch to stop his heart, but then he got revived through The Power of Friendship. And then forgave his killer when Ryusei had sold his soul to the devil. Gentaro replied that Ryusei had good reasons to do what he did, and he was happy to have helped in any way possible. Death clicked his teeth and walked off, not even humoring the idea of Gentaro wanting to befriend him.
    Death: Death doesn't do friendship, boy. But enjoy the bonds you make while you still can.
  • I just love the smell of fear!

Greater Gods

    Black Bolt 
Blackagar Boltagon, God of Voice Weapons (Black Bolt, The King of the Inhumans, The Inhuman King, Midnight King, The Cruel, The Merciless, Blagbult, Celestial Avatar, Celestial Messiah, Celestial Redeemer, Wishbone, Mister Quiet Man, Great White, Our Silent Friend, The Silent One, The One Who Does Not Speak, The Quiet Guy, Keeper of the Terrigen Mists, Guy With a Fork in his Head)
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    The Snatcher 
"AHHHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA!! FOOOOOOOOOOooo..."

"Oh, it's you."

The Snatcher, God Of Creepy, Demonic Voices

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The Snatcher
His old self 

Intermediate Gods

    Aluneth 
"Come, child. Let us wreak havoc."

Aluneth, Divine Talking Weapon (The Greatstaff of the Magna)

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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Itself
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with Chaotic Good intentions
  • Portfolio: Awesome, but Impractical, The Cynic, Deadpan Snarker, Energy Being, At the side of good even if he doesn't show it, Time Abyss
  • Domains: Magic, Power, Arcane, Time, Control, Sentience, Talking
  • Followers: Rubilax, Saba, Caliburn
  • "Allies": Khadgar, Medivh, Kalecgos, Harth Stonebrew, Red and the Transistor
  • Rivals: Excalibur
  • Enemies: Sargeras, The Old Gods, Deathwing, Malygos, The Grand United Alliance of Destruction, Anti-Mage, Lord Tirek
  • Opposes: King Togwaggle
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: The SCP Foundation
  • Annoys: Kiritsugu Emiya
  • Aluneth, Greatstaff of the Magna, is a powerful Magic Staff once wielded by Aegwynn, the Guardian of Tirisfal. Withing the staff you can find bound an arcane elemental that was said to be incredibly powerful and was sealed by Aegwynn to gain its power. The essence of Aluneth still lingers and whispers from him can be heard by the wielder, encouraging to destroy and unleash their power. These tales eventually brought Aluneth to the pantheon, given that bonding with it will subject the mage to a constant string of whispers from Aluneth, it was suggested by a few ascended members of the Kirin Tor to have it around the pantheon to study its effects outside Azeroth.
  • Many confuse Aluneth for a misplaced treasure, as he would feel more at home in the Treasure Vault. The reason he was given a separate place (Besides regulations forbidding any sapient entity to reside in the Vault anyway) is to see if it was possibly to unbind him from the staff. While the process was almost successful, it was deemed that keeping him trapped was for the better. He instead is used as a training tool for mages and wizards interesting in learning unstable magic and powerful but unreliable spellcasting, hoping to find a suitable deity that can handle the destructive power of Aluneth.
  • Considering his anomalous properties, Aluneth is frequently visited by the SCP Foundation. Given the lack of magical personnel, the Staff rarely if ever treats them with any respect and constantly berates who ever is near its proximity. There have also been a few incidents where Aluneth decided to implode on purpose to hurt the SCP members, usually being an unlucky D-Class caught in the aftermath. The Foundation almost labelled him a Keter and gave Aluneth a designation until Khadgar came around and retrieved it to teach the SCP Foundation how to properly use it, with the results almosts making reconsider making Aluneth a Thaumiel, even if he is very unlikely to cooperate outside the assigned user.
  • Doesn't like King Togwaggle or any kobold for that matter. The reason for that is that he was one of the several weapons that were hoarded by the Kobolds kept in the catacombs for any adventurous Mage that managed to find it. He stuck around with mages in the Tavern as a Mage weapon and despite it's rude nature, Aluneth is pretty friendly with the Inkeeper.
  • Quickly discovered that he is far from the only talking weapon in the pantheon. In fact, they consider him to be fairly chill compared to Excalibur and considering how quickly he can infuriate others it left Aluneth impressed. Of course, the staff believes he is a far superior weapon and constantly berates Excalibur for his siliness, which easily devolves in a heated argument to who is better.
    • Speaking of living weapons, he heard plenty of stories about people and their relationship with their weapons but he never heard one having a strong romantic connection like Red and the Transistor. The staff finds them laughable but he shows an uncharacteristically display of pity towards the Transistor, after all he can understand how it feels to be sealed but frankly both it and Red the arcane elemental fully deserves his imprisoment. That said, they don't mind visiting it just to hear the staff demand them to take it for a spin.
  • Even if it's fairly destructive, the entity isn't actively malicious. Far from it, he serves the will of the Titans from his universe, after all he used to be an arcane elemental. He firmly opposes anyone that dared to unmake all the work of the titans, primarily the Burning Legion and the Agents of the Void Lords and considering the presence of said groups in the Grand United Alliance of Destruction, Aluneth holds the same animosity for that faction.
  • In the past he used to be researched by the Blue Dragonflight considered Aluneth was an outstanding Arcane Elemental in terms of magical powers and they took care of the staff long after the last Guardian of Tirisfal fell. That said, the increasing Knight Templar attitude of Malygos, the former head of the Blue Dragonflight, and what he wanted to with the Magical Ley Lines in Azeroth is something that Aluneth cannot accept, even for his standards.
  • Aluneth seems to be drawn towards a particular deity and ironically that is none other than Kiritsugu Emiya, the Magus Killer. Mostly having to do with how similar both sound, which brings a trollish side from the sealed elemental by just tormeting the mage to unleash his potential and wreak havoc, fully knowing that he despises reckless mages. Emiya just ignores him but one point he almost destroyed the staff, only relenting after realizing that it would just unleash the elemental to the pantheon and that would not end well.
  • Naturally, as a magical staff it's no secret that Anti-Mage despises Aluneth, both the staff and the arcane elemental. He's been prevented from destroying the staff and as alternative he tried absorving the power of it and containing it under something more secure but that also failed after he faced opposition from the House of Magic and Sorcery.
  • Doesn't like Lord Tirek, mostly because he could be one of the few ways to destroy the entity sealed in the staff for good. Tirek seems Aluneth as a ticket to regain his powers again but considering the staff was purposedly put way beyond his reach, he hasn't been able to get ahold of it.
  • "I am infinite."

    HAL 9000 
HAL 9000, God of Artificial Intelligence and Patron Saint of the Creepy Monotone (Heuristically Programmed Algorithmic computer)
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    High General RAAM 
High General RAAM, Locust God of Non-Dubbed Grunts
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    The Kurgan 
The Kurgan, God of Deep Sounding Villains (Victor Kruger, Vitor, The Master of Your Destiny, The One, The Only One, The God of Kingdom Come)
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    Siren Head 
Alright, who is next?

A siren is heard from a distance

Siren Head, Divine Monster of Perfect Voice Mimicking

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  • Intermediate Deity
  • Symbol: The Sirens
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral or Chaotic Evil, the Nature of Siren Head is not very clear
  • Portfolio: Ambiguously Evil, Preys on humans, Humanoid Abomination, Breakout Character, It Can Think, Lives in the woods
  • Domains: Monsters, Woods, Sirens, Voices, Killing
  • Followers: Qurupeco
  • Allies: Ithaqua, The Wendigo, Pyramid Head, SCP-682, SMG4 Mario, Chris and Swagmaster
  • Rivals: The Slender Man
  • Enemies: The SCP Foundation, Any deity from Silent Hill, The Bedtime Stories Crew, The Hawkins Party, Wander, Joel, Grandayy and Dolan Dark, Most human deities in general
  • The Siren Head is an elusive creature said to be found wandering around the empty wilderness of the world. Whenever someone hears the forebonding sound of a Siren, one is sure to know the Siren Head is around and it it catches you then god knows what will happen to you. His preferred method of hunting is luring people with the voice of a friend or loved one or even the sound of animals, as Siren Head is able to mimic those sounds almost perfectly.
  • The Siren Head is said to have emerged from the House of Nature after several deities were found dead in several parts of said house and reports of a distant siren noise being heard with occasional warning broadcast about an imminent danger. The Pantheon Authorities issued an investigation and one unlucky deity found the culprit was none other than Siren Head, who then narrowly escaped its clutches and requested the aid of the SCP Foundation in hopes on capturing the creature, which they succeeded.
  • The temple that holds the Siren Head is a wood area and has only a warning sign towards potential trespasser. Several of the Foundation members found that the sirens the creature would occasionally emit would be enough of a deterrent for other deities to NOT enter the house but these agents never accounted for the creature getting out of its temple by themselves and causing a lot of havoc. Which is why nowadays the temple has a lot more security protocols, though from time to time the Siren Head finds a way to break out.
  • Officially the Siren Head is not an SCP but the Foundation has taken most of the measures trying to keep him contained by any means necessary, including lethal force should it be needed. But the monster is smart enough to avoid detection, which has baffled many considering the creature is constantly emiting noise from its Sirens when active but he is faster than he looks. Siren Head also managed to get into hot water because apparently he and SCP-682 have made a sort agreement, if the Siren Head freed the Hard-to-destroy lizard then he would allow him to feast on the remains of those horrible humans.
  • Not allowed to go near Silent Hill, the siren alone is enough to alarm the deities that have been there to experience some form of PTSD, although this time the Siren IS the monster. He seems to get along with Pyramid Head just fine at least, working together sometimes to capture whoever disturbs them.
  • In terms of behavior, the Siren Head is considered to behave a lot like a Wendigo, only far less subtle but yet still an effective predator of human beings. The voice mimicking is something he shares with the titular Wendigo, who isn't actively hostile to the Siren Head, though many believe is because the creatures knows it cannot overpower the hulking monster by itself. The Siren Head is also on friendly terms with Ithaqua, the progenitor of all Wendigos and an eldritch being of similar origin as the Siren Head, who often aids the Siren Head in escaping containment in order to feast and mate with other humans.
  • One would think that because both are Humanoid Abominations that the Siren Head and the Slender Man would get along just fine, even sharing similar hunting grounds. The thing is, the Slender Man seems to harbour a disdain for the other skeletal freak, some theorize his one-track mind with hunting and killing humans and mostly disturbing the places where the Slender Man frequents to be why the entity doesn't like the Siren Head, but even then they rarely get into fights with one another, except in one instance (more on that later)
  • As you may all know by now that the Siren Head feasts on humans but his origins are quite shrouded in mystery. Some say he is an escaped lab experiment, other think he is an Eldritch Abomination that merged with a literal siren and others even believe he is a titan, a type of monster that in his universe are considered a type of Time Abyss. Both the Bedtime Stories Crew and the Hawkins Party have tried to investigate the creature up close (where each group discovered the Siren Head produces White Noise when inactive), the latter group even thinking he may be a Demogorgon or belong to the Upside Down but they haven't been able to pinpoint his exact origin, much less so since the creature is very good at catching any potential unwanted visitor by surprise.
    • The theory that he is a titan caught the attention of Wander, who himself thinks this monster is one of the remnants of Dormin that he sent to destroy the Pantheon. Wander has tried to end the Siren Head's life on multiple occasions but has been unsuccesful most of the time.
  • Doesn't take kindly to meme interpretations of his form, like the time Joel played several games with interesting interpretations on the Siren Head, one of which was a dating sim. Then there was the meme lords Grandayy and Dolan Dark trying to capture footage of the Siren Head for some of their meme videos and the Siren Head understandably tried to kill them.
  • While the Siren Head is usually pretty hostile towards most humans, there was a time where he attempted to be a better per...creature and became unlikely friends with Mario of all people, the SMG4 version that is. While it took some tries, the Siren Head became a firefighter working as a siren for Chris and Swagmaster (who are also one of his few human allies he has) and even got himself a girlfriend (Waluigi's Taco Van, don't ask). That said, he did end up killing and eating Luigi so he isn't exactly one of Mario's most beloved friends by his other peers but he isn't going to notice that anytime soon.
    • Speaking of which, that's when this Mario tried to introduce Siren Head to his other spooky friend the Slender Man, someone we already mentioned doesn't get along with Siren Head. That's the first time the two got into a fistfight and Mario never noticed the commotion somehow, which only made them become all the more bitter and antagonist to one another.
  • "This is a test..."

    Tigrex 
Tigrex, Celestial Monster of Mighty Roars (Tigarex, Brute Tigrex, Molten Tigrex, Grimclaw Tigrex, Zenith Tigrex, Flame Tigrex, Absolute Power, Roaring Wyvern (Black Roaring Wyvern, Great Roaring Wyvern, Ruinous Hook Claw, Flame Roaring Wyvern, Diorex/Diorekkusu, Coming for Dat Ass, Sean Connery as the Voice of Draco)
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Brute Tigrex 
Molten Tigrex 
Grimclaw Tigrex 
Zenith Tigrex 
Flame Tigrex 
Diorex 
  • Intermediate God (the Molten, Apex Frenzy, Zenith and Grimclaw variants are closer to Greater God).
  • Symbol: It's Hunter's Guild Icon
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Tiger and Tyrannosaur Inspired Wyverns, An Incredibly Powerful Roar that Serves as an Attack, Relying Mostly on it's Strength, Speed and Tenacity, Super-Persistent Predator, Determinator, Prefers Ramming than Any Other Attack, The Berserker, Lightning Bruiser, Is More Fragile than it Seems, One of the More Notorious Monsters to Face Off Against
  • Domains: Monsters, Dragons, Aggression, Shouts, Roars, Ferocity
  • Tolerates note : Steve Irwin, Eliza Thornberry, David Attenborough, Alan Grant, John Hammond
  • Rivals: Deviljho, Brachydios, Rajang, Rathalos, Rathian, Monoblos, Diablos, Astalos, Seltas Queen, Zinogre, Glavenus, Bazelgeuse, Dinah Lance/Black Canary, Rexie, Sharptooth, One Eye
  • Arch-Enemy: Gammoth
  • Opposes: The Monster Hunters, Nergigante, The Dovahkiin, Alduin, Scarface, Abhorash, Wulfrik the Wanderer
  • Opposed By: The Gang of Seven, Bron, Hiccup and Toothless, Manny, Ellie, Mammoth Mongul, Shere Khan
  • Avoids: Fatalis, Hall of Electricitynote 
  • The World of Monster Hunter is filled with all sorts of, well, monsters that range from docile, cute, and amiable to majestic, terrifying, and mysterious. Among the many types to be considered are Winged Wyverns, which take influence from the type of dragon whose forelimbs are wings. And one of the most well-known and dangerous of that kind is the Tigrex, a beast that may as well be considered the combination of a wyvern, tiger, and Tyrannosaurus. Its reputation is well-earned; Tigrex is a resilient and vicious beast who will normally not go down without a fight. Beyond that, and the fact that it is a hard hitter and is faster than its size lets on, Tigrex's most famous trait is its roar. Yes, most monsters can roar, but Tigrex goes on to weaponize and use it to attack hunters, prey, and rival beasts. And with those traits, it's certainly a famous monster that's going down as one of the toughest hunters get to face (outside of Elder Dragons, of course).
  • The Pantheon had considered the arrival of a Tigrex and gaining a notable position in the realms, given how, in addition to its notoriety, lots of other monsters from the Flying Wyvern's world had managed to make it. And per usual for these sorts, Tigrex had to make its entrance quite the spectacle. It suddenly arrived at the Hall of Earth and Rock, seeking to find a new hunting ground and it ended up confronting a Diablos there. The two fought and the ensuing fight became so hectic that Geb had to step in to quell the violence down. Tigrex's response? Attack the God Earth and then fly off in a rage. It was surprising for one thing; a monster never attacked a legitimate god, though Geb doesn't hold any animosity for it and takes the blame on himself, stating that he should have done a better job in monitoring the Hall at that moment. Meanwhile, having made its presence known in the Pantheon, Tigrex is beginning a new hunt and finding a new home for itself.
  • Tigrex is one of the more aggressive and unruly monsters in the Pantheon, with a wholly vicious attack pattern and being ridiculously persistent about its attackers and prey. That said, it spends a good deal of its time traveling and finding places to roost on, especially in deserts and rocky dunes, though some subspecies would choose to occupy volcanic coves and networks. Interestingly, Tigrex's environmental preferences help in it not being a dire threat to others, unless it's hungry or in a frenzy, though Monster Hunters and nature preservers are still adamant about keeping a check on the flying Wyvern in case things go sour.
  • Tigrex has a lot of prey enemies to consider, but its relationship with the Gammoth deserves a special mention. Being a predator, Tigrex feeds on others, and its preferred prey happens to be infant and juvenile Gammoths, which often encourages the Flying Wyvern to travel to glacial outposts to search and attack the young Fanged Beasts. By extension, not only does Tigrex have a fixation on juvenile Gammoths, but it also takes to preying upon mammoths in general, which caught the attention of Manny and Ellie. Despite the support they have from their group, the two mammoths still feel endangered by the Flying Wyvern, hence they would try to either get aid from anyone who would be willing to protect them.
  • Being a territorial beast, Tigrex will face-off nearly any monster that intrudes its territory, intentionally or otherwise. The fact that they would duke out against the Deviljho speaks volumes, even though there are moments where Tigrex doesn't always come out on top. Still, being a ridiculously fierce beast earns it some points of one-sided respect from those who think the Tigrex is really cool and awesome. Of course, this doesn't mean they want to meet one up close, as a Monster Hunter would tell them.
  • While Monster Hunters are open to wanting to hunt Tigrex either because it's a threat to a nearby settlement or that they may want to carve up parts to create more effective armor for themselves, the fact still remains that they are, in any way, not a pushover and that it's going to take a lot to beat them. Part of it had to do with a Tigrex's roar; not many would naturally be ready for a shout or roar that would be used as an offensive attack after all. Of course, battles between the hunters and the Flying Wyvern are intense and grueling. And in case a Tigrex is killed, it's a hard-earned victory and even then, it's not going to stop another one from appearing or making its presence known in the Pantheon.
  • Tigrex soon discovered that being in the Pantheon meant that he would face more competition than just Monster Hunters and fellow monsters. One such threat came in the form of the Dovahkiin, a prophesized mortal with the soul of a dragon who had the ability to absorb the souls of his world's dragonkind to bolster his own abilities and strength. While Tigrex doesn't exactly match up to what the Dovahkiin has been up against, the two have engaged in fierce battles regardless. On a few occasions, they've shouted against one another, the results being... interesting, to say the least.
    • Alduin, the Nordic God of Destruction from his world, saw some intrigue towards the Flying Wyvern and even considered the possibility of an alliance of sorts, especially as the two dragons have a shared enmity against the Dovahkiin. To the World Eater's dismay, Tigrex responded by attacking Alduin. While Alduin won the fight, mainly due to his magical prowess, he doesn't take this victory in stride, instead feeling sullied and mocked for having to be attacked by another dragon. He's since come to hate Tigrex after the encounter, while by contrast, the Flying Wyvern doesn't even care; as far as it knows, Alduin might have been invading his territory and he reacted in a way any apex predator would have done.
    • An unorthodox competition came in the form of the superheroine metahuman, Black Canary, whose main powers were to generate a powerful and devastating scream. Initially, Dinah wasn't all too interested in proving her worth against Tigrex, though the Flying Wyvern soon learned about her after getting a glimpse of her sonic scream. Tigrex, having had an experience of dealing with pesky humans, attacked Dinah, thinking that she would be a potential threat. Dinah retaliated with a scream that was strong enough to disorient and knock out the Flying Wyvern, though it did drain Black Canary's stamina considerably. She stated that she wasn't really in the mood to fight and decided to simply end their confrontation quickly, even if it meant that Dinah would feel fatigued. Tigrex has since seen her as a competition that needs to be dealt with, though Dinah has since expressed on having a "screaming match" one day.
  • While it is territorial and aggressive, Tigrex doesn't mind the presence of other creatures in its territory, so long as they don't display themselves to be exhibiting any sort of threat to the beast nor do they intrude too much in its life. Some caretakers, like Steve Irwin and Eliza Thornberry are wary of the Flying Wyvern but do feel inclined to look after it just in case and to preserve its home. As a result, they do get upset anytime the Tigrex is killed, though the emergence of another one mitigates that. Alan Grant and John Hammond have also found interest, if mainly due to how the Tigrex is partially based on the Tyrannosaurus. Still, they do believe it would be best if Tigrex is best left to its own devices, though Hammond does think that the Flying Wyvern should be looked after in case.
    • That said, some, such as the Gang of Seven and Bron are not fond of Tigrex, if mainly because as a carnivore, it needs to prey on large animals to sustain itself. This wouldn't be a problem, but the Flying Wyvern's sheer temper and destructive power mean that it's a big threat, especially to the Great Valley. Tigrex, on the other hand, only takes focus on Bron, seeing the Apatosaurus as food whilst dismissing Littlefoot and the gang, though this has become rather contentious as the seven child dinosaurs have done a lot to the point where the Flying Wyvern can't ignore them either. And of course, there's always the Monster Hunters to keep things managed and ensure safety for Littlefoot and his father and friends. Unless there's another rampaging monster, especially Deviljho and Nergigante, in which case, things get worse...
  • While the Dovahkiin would be more into hunting Tigrex due to his position as a Dragonslayer, there were a few other hunters who had a more practical reason for killing Tigrex. Among these are the Blood Dragons, an organization of noble vampire knights who have pledged a rule to feast on the blood of powerful warriors and beasts and to hone their swordsmanship. Tigrex, a feared and dangerous monster who has proven itself to be a difficult being to take down was one that easily fitted the description of what the Blood Dragons were looking for. Their leader, Abhorash, only seeks a good fight as his bloodthirst has since been quenched permanently, so the vampire knights aim to kill the Flying Wyvern in the hopes that its blood would not only make them stronger but also wholly relinquish their need to drink blood. A noble cause to the Blood Dragons, yes, but to Tigrex, they're yet another group of hunters that he has to fend them off against from time to time.
    • The extraterrestrial Predator, known only as Scarface, has also seen Tigrex as a being that is worthy of a challenge. He turns out to be the most annoying hunter the Flying Wyvern has dealt with, namely in the sense that Scarface doesn't really confront it directly but rather uses a series of traps and hidden gadgets to unexpectedly distract, disorient, and harm Tigrex, knowing that physically he doesn't really stand a chance. On a few occasions, Scarface has gone up and close in using his blades and brute force against Tigrex. These fights can get pretty bloody, but Scarface relishes the moment, feeling that killing the wyvern and showcasing its head would be a huge accomplishment for one from his race.
  • As the name implies, its characterization and appearance are inspired by the Tiger and the Tyrannosaurus rex. Shere Khan expresses some degree of awe when it comes to Tigrex's reputation, but does admit for all his own infamy, he probably wouldn't be able to stand a chance and prefers to keep a distance. On the other hand, the ascended tyrannosaurs in the Pantheon are more open and able in at least standing their ground against the Flying Wyvern, with Rexie having had a few skirmishes against the Tigrex. Sharptooth and One Eye often work together in combating the wyvern, though given how vile they are, most admit that they'd rather root for Tigrex to put them in their place.
  • As powerful of a beast it is and in spite of being a formidable foe towards any who dare to challenge it, Tigrex is not without its weaknesses. The most apparent one is that lightning is an element that would deal more than enough damage to the Flying Wyvern and for this very reason, Tigrex tends to keep its distance from the Hall of Electricity. Amusingly, it has a subspecies, the Diorex which actually is attuned to the lightning element. And to everyone else's dismay, Tigrex's ascension in the Pantheon also meant that the Diorex was included, and they've also proven themselves to be dangerous monsters to face off against, especially for those who think they've gotten accustomed to fighting against a usual Tigrex. And even then, Tigrex and Diorex will become uncharacteristically frightened and bolt off as quickly as they could in case they realize a Fatalis is around.

    Yoshino Himekawa 
Yoshino Himekawa, Goddess of Hand Puppets and Talking to Them (Hermit)
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Lesser Gods

    Chris and Swagmaster69 
Chris and Swagmaster69, Divine Duo of Synthetic Voices (Chris: Christopher Gordman; Swagmaster: SwagMaster696969696969, Swag)
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Chris
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Swagmaster69
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: Their uniforms
  • Theme Song: Play Me Like That Video Game
  • Alignment: True Neutral (Chris) and Chaotic Neutral with shades of Chaotic Stupid (Swagmaster)
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy, Art Evolution, Expies of Arby 'n' the Chief, Red Oni, Blue Oni, Vitriolic Best Buds
  • Domains: Voices, Guards, Retards, Jobs, Chaos, Stupidity
  • High Priests: Arby 'n' the Chief
  • Allies: SMG4 and his Mario (kinda), Princess Peach, Burgerpants, Filthy Frank
  • Enemies: James Bond, The Voice inside your Head, Ronald McDonald, Miku Hatsune
  • Sitcom Archnemesis: Thor (Swagmaster)
  • These two are Chris and Swagmaster69, initially two guards working in the largest spaghetti factory in the world. The two tend to get involved in rather zany situations, mostly thanks to Swagmaster's or Glitchy's Mario's fault. Notorious for both of them speaking in Text-to-speech voices, the two eventually arrived at the pantheon after SMG4 formally requested their ascension, reasoning being that he wanted to make videos with them in the Pantheon. They later were given the shared title of Synthetic Voices only if they would work as Guards for the GUAG. Chris agreed but Swag wanted to guard the Treasure Vault and whined until Chris promised that he would take him to a nightclub in the House of Love and Affection later.
  • First thing they did was visit their creator, SMG4, who they discovered was in his avatar form and browsing memes about the pantheon. The one that welcomed them to the pantheon was Mario, not the regular Mario since they quickly learned there are various versions of Mario running around (Luckily, the actual Mario isn't stupid) and so Mario decided to give them a tour. Things went well until for some reason, Mario decided to take them to the House of Military and Warfare after he took a wrong turn back to the duo's temple and somehow got involved in all out war between space marines and aliens (Don't ask)
  • Being guards, the two are often seen guarding the pantheonic prisons but people say they are lousy at their job. Well, at least Chris tries, Swagmaster on the other hand has received numerous complaints and accusations saying he abuses his power too much. First thing Swag did after hearing of said allegations was Flipping the Bird to his detractors. Chris had to apologize on his behalf.
  • Their models are based on GoldenEye (1997) mooks and James Bond confused them for those. Swagmaster, believing himself to be much better than Bond, decided to challenge him to a duel. A few minutes later he showed up in his temple fool of bullets in his face.
  • Swagmaster's name is unknown and whenever asked, he just calls himself by his extended name SwagMaster696969696969. The 69 handle is obvious where it comes from but Thor mistook him for the fabled Noobmaster69 and decided to challenge him to a Fortnite match. They say both were playing for hours while Chris was there baffled and facepalming at what he was seeing.
  • After being fired from working as guards from a prison thanks to Mario breaking out, the two went on to work for the A.S.S. after their universe's Princess Peach banned anime. However, they tenure was short lived given that Mario and co were able to convince Peach that anime was good (making her a weeb as a side effect) and then the two joined forces with them after finding out that Meggy, a friend of SMG4 Mario was kidnapped. Things got out of control real fast and both Chris and Swag got to fight a thousand anime characters, which left them with a soured opinion on Anime characters as a whole. While Chris has gotten over said prejudice, Swag still abhors anime to the point of becoming friends with Filthy Frank who also hates anime. The shared stupidity between the two certainly helped.
  • Shortly after their involvement in the Anime Arc, the two being jobless again decided to work at McDonalds. Thing went...less than ideal given Swag kept screwing up and things got worse once Mario got involved. Didn't help that their boss, Ronald McDonald, was very draconian in his management but thankfully they were saved by an anime version of Colonel Sanders (Yeah, don't ask). Once ascended to the Pantheon, they have done everything in their power to avoid working on fast food restaurants and avoid their former boss (who isn't as crazy as their universe counterpart....we think) and once having met Burgerpants, the divine Burger Fool, they became friends with him after relating to his struggles (At least Chris does).
  • Chris and Swag were scouted by the Voice inside your Head, believing that they would fine assets to his revenge against SiIvaGunner and destroy all anime. However, both decided to insult the Voice and promptly left, which caught it by surprise. Ever since then, the Voice has been attempting to kill the duo with no success given that most of the time, they shrug it off.
  • While the two give a very noticeable Vitriolic Best Buds vibe, do not insult or harm the other. Otherwise you will face the wrath of the other one, like that time Swag slaughtered some anime toons because they hurt Chris. In his words, Swag doesn't want him to die because who else's mother would he made fun of?
  • Originally the title was taken by Miku Hatsune before she was relocated. While officially the two were given an ascension ceremony, the only reason the two became gods is because Swag sneaked in and killed Miku to steal her title. Chris found out and he had to fix every problem Swag caused because he knew he would pin the blame on him, having had to involve his superior SMG4 as a result. After everything that happened, Miku is still mad at Swagmaster for what he did and Chris had to personally apologize on his friends behalf, but like last time, Swag just plain doesn't care, especially because Miku is "more anime trash" in his words.
  • "mario sucks pingas lol" - Swagmaster

    Claude (Grand Theft Auto
Claude, God of Silent Protagonists (Fido, Handyman, Snake Without a Tongue)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A Baseball Bat or any weapon he carries
  • Theme Song: The Grand Theft Auto III theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Never ever speaking a word, Looking for revenge against the one who wronged him, Usually betraying those he works for after being betrayed himself, Getting back at those who mistreated/betrayed him, Implied muteness and still kicking ass, Limited Wardrobe, Only in It for the Money, Tall, Dark, and Handsome, Never losing his cool even when angry
  • Domains: Crime, Car Theft, Revenge, Muteness
  • Allies: Niko Bellic, The Capers, Jack Sparrow, Sona Buvelle, Most of the House of Crime and Transgressions
  • Rivals: Carl "CJ" Johnson, Mario
  • Enemies: All of the House of Law and Justice, Vito Corleone, Link, Raynare
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Huang Lee, Tommy Vercetti, Bloody Marie, Peacock
  • Envied by: Sonic the Hedgehog
  • Pities: Colette Brunel, Itsuki Inubozaki
  • Commonality Connection: Sakura Matou
  • Complicated Relationships: Active Mafia/Crime syndicate members who don't antagonize him as well as Mob Children. Specifically- Giorno Giovanna, Bruno Buccellati, and Mion and Shion Sonozaki.
  • Who is Claude and what are his motivations is entirely unknown to everyone except himself, so it's no surprise that the criminal was going to eventually find his way to the Pantheon. Because he never emits a sound and is the protagonist of his own story, he naturally got the position of Silent Protagonists.
    • In reality, he stole it from the previous holder, Link. The latter was not happy in the slightest and attacked Claude. However, the Court of Gods intervened before a catastrophe happened. After a long investigation, Claude was given the title legitimately, since Link still makes sounds.
  • Vito Corleone didn't like Claude one bit after hearing what he had done to the mafia he has worked on, so he gave a "shoot on sight" order whenever the latter is around. Claude hates him just as much, given his uncanny resemblance to Salvatore Leone, the mafia boss who tried to set him up.
  • After the above incident, Claude has considered taking down all mafia operations in the pantheon, given the fact that earning the ire of one Mafia Boss was enough to damage his reputation. This, in turn, made him the unlikely ally of both Bloody Marie and Peacock, two victims of Mafia operations in the past. They indeed don't trust Claude, but when it comes to taking down mobsters, he sure is effective.
  • Has often been hired to work with Hotel Moscow on the ocassion they need a hitman. The Russian mobsters don't trust him one bit, but he is surprisingly effective if the price is right. Claude himself doesn't care about them, and has no qualms about getting rid of them if they try something funny.
  • Gets along with Jack Sparrow, in the sense that both are men who have been contantly betrayed and hold loyalty towards no one but themselves. Funnily enough, they don't trust each other most of the time, but they consider themselves friends.
  • Being the face of one of the most succesful games to make the jump to 3D, he has developed a rivalry with Mario, given that their franchises have been going strong to this day. He wonders if Mario has connections to a Mafia given his Italian heritage.
    • Sonic, on the other hand, envies him for being succesful in 3D. Claude doesn't care about the Hedgehog one bit.
  • Not very fond of Raynare, given that Claude had a nasty and abusive relationship with his last girlfriend, Catalina. However, while he didn't say this himself, it is implied that Claude finds the fallen angel a joke compared to what Catalina is capable of.
  • It has been implied that Claude is actually mute, explaining why he doesn't talk. This actually drew the attention of fellow mute woman Sona Buvelle, who- in a strange turn of events- gets along really well with Claude. The reason why? He finds her cute and not annoying like many women that were in his life.
  • Has found common ground with Sakura Matou on the fact they both took revenge on those who mistreated them. However, Sakura is sure to be careful around Claude given his criminal background, but the latter doesn't really care about what he can do to her.
  • While Claude is already a divisive figure among crime syndicates, he surprisingly doesn't got on the wrong side of both Giorno Giovanna and Bruno Buccellati. While they are allied with Vito (arguably the one who antagonizes Claude the most), they have agreed that they won't harm each other provided Claude stays far away from Vito.
    • He is also surprisingly chill with those who come from a Family with ties to the Mafia. As such, he seems to respect Mion and Shion Sonozaki given their ties to the Yakuza (arguably the only group that didn't mistreat Claude...most of the time). The girls, however, are wary about him, fearing that he may lash out at them if their family double-crossed him.
  • Has the uncanny ability to change the moon size if he shoots it with a sniper rifle. The House of Knowledge is cracking their heads at trying to understand how he can do that. This trick can also be done by his fellow GTA ascendants, Tommy Vercetti and CJ.
  • His relations with fellow Grand Theft Auto deities varies depending on who he has to deal with:
    • He remembers meeting CJ back in San Andreas, where he lost against CJ in a race (that he got himself into on behalf of Catalina). Claude really doesn't care about the gangster, but they bonded on how intolerable she was. Carl laughed when he learned that Claude finally got rid of that crazy bitch and they left each other on pretty good terms, but they still consider themselves rivals.
    • He isn't fond of either Tommy Vercetti or Huang Lee, given their respective ties with the Mafia and Triad, which Claude was never on good terms with anyway. However, Tommy is amused that Claude succeeded in getting rid of the last remnants of power the Forellis had and congratulated him for it.
    • Niko Bellic is the only one he can tolerate to be around, given that the Serbian has also had his fair share of troubles with Mafias and Betrayal. While Niko has been off the grid for a while, they still like to hang out, even though Claude isn't very talkative (or talkative at all). Funnily enough, Claude was kind enough to lend his clothes to Niko on certain ocassions.
    • The Los Santos Crew have considered him to join on their operations. Claude would gladly work for them, if the pay is worth it. Trevor has also taken Claude under his wing after hearing about his story, though Claude has his doubts since Trevor reminds him a lot about Catalina.
  • Can also be found in the House of Protagonists.

    The Delightful Children From Down the Lane 
The Delightful Children From Down the Lane, The Gods Who Speak in Unison (Sector Z)
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From left to right: Alessandra, Bruce, David, Constance, Lenny
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  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: Their suits and dresses and blue eyes
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil, (formerly Chaotic Good)
  • Portfolio: Creepy and Evil Children, The Dragons/Dragon-in-Chief, Strongly Dressed Children, Wicked Cultured, Jerkasses, Troubling Unchildlike Behavior, Unrelated Brothers, Think Alike and Speak Alike, Permanently "Delightfulized", Formerly Sector Z "Delightfulized"
  • Domains: Unison, Children, Creepy, "Delightful"
  • Allies: Father, Yuri
  • Enemies: Kids Next Door Sector V, Jimmy Hopkins, Lieselotte Achenbach, Annie Hastur, Billy, Cartman, Hansel and Gretel, the Human Child, Steven Universe, Pinkie Pie, Cream the Rabbit, Tails, Chiyo Mihama, Yotsuba, Rika Furude, Usalia
  • The Delightful Children is a "single" entity as they appear to speak with perfect synchronization and formation. They are the "perfect" Delightful Children who are obedient to adults and wish to grow up someday.
  • They are the Arch-Enemy of the Kids Next Door, in which their agenda are to destroy the organization for adult supremacy. They are especially despised by Numbuh 1 and 5 since they were responsible for causing the former's baldness.
  • Once in their birthday (five times a year since, you know, five kids), they would have a delicious cake and refuse to share their cake to any children while forcing their "guests" to watch. Of course, Sector V have always had missions known as Operation: C.A.K.E.D. to prevent the Children from eating the cake. These often end in hilarious failure on both sides though.
    • Pinkie Pie does not like how the Delightful Children would selfishly keep the cake for themselves, as in her mind, birthday cakes is most delicious when shared with others. The Delightful Children responded by saying, "Who cares what you think, you stupid pink beast of burden?"
  • Though they speak simultaneously which give off some unsettling nature of themselves, they are not speaking with an echo to show their nature. Although, they end up being frightened by Ermac due to having an echoed voice from billion of souls within him.
  • They are despised by many children deities in the Pantheon for being cruel toward their own age and allying with evil adults that wants to control them. The Children viewed them with inferiority compare to them who are the "perfect" image of obedient children. As a result, they set out to make delightfulize them into perfect, obedient, delightful children like themselves.
  • Their creepiness is rather notorious in that even Lieselotte thinks that they are creepier than her. The fact that she has since phased out from a cold-hearted assassin have made her antagonistic toward them.
  • They don't like Billy for the one time that he thought that the Delightfulization Chamber was a bathroom and created a Delightful Reaper along with the idiot. Though they thought about recreating the Delightful Reaper again but found the process to be difficult.
  • Despite their villainy, not many of the evil children in the Pantheon cares about their accomplishments. It is likely because they don't care about their goals of adult supremacy and sometimes even goes against them. It doesn't help that the Children have low opinions of them anyways.
    • They were disgusted that Cartman murdered a teen's parents and cooked them into chili, in addition, they found him to be so vengeful and hateful that he is practically immune to delightfulization.
  • One day, they felt like kicking puppies and decided to steal Tibbers from a girl named Annie. Big mistakes as Annie not only incinerated them but also found out that Tibbers could transform into a colossal beast and he clobbered them.
  • At first, Yuri didn't care about the Children's agenda. However, he realized that delightfulization is similar to mind controlling and thought that controlling the youths may help him control the future for world domination. As the result, they were able to commission him in improving the Delightfulization Chamber in order for the device to delightfulized children with better effects.

    The Dinosaur Planet Cast 
White Tip, Pod, Alpha, Dragonfly, Little Das, Buck, and Blaze, Revered Septet of Noisy Nature
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Left to Right, Top to Bottom; Little Das, White Tip, Alpha, Pod, Buck, Blaze, and Dragonfly
  • Lesser Deities (Little Das, Alpha, and Dragonfly), Demideities (White Tip, Pod, Buck, and Blaze)
  • Symbol: Planet Earth with fossilized plates. Alternatively, each of the dinosaurs' skeletal silhouettes
  • Theme Songs:
    • White Tip: White Tip's Journey Suite (Mystic Odyssey, Ritual Gathering, Otherworldly Fog), Desert Run
    • Pod: Pod's Travels Suite (Clan in Peril, Carnival of Evil, Hour Glass, Sacred Lands)
    • Alpha: Alpha's Egg Suite (Crossing the Valley, Inception of the Dream, Primal Aggression, Lethal Measures, Uncertain Mission)
    • Little Das: Little Das's Hunt Suite (Behind Enemy Lines, Before the Battle, Geronimo, Foreboding Figure, Hunting for Souls, Enter the Nightmare, Predator's Return, Changing of the Guard)
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Traditional Dinosaur Archetypes, Speculative Documentary, Constant Roars, Growls, and Screeches
  • Domains: Dinosaurs, Prehistory, Survival, Nature, Documentaries
  • Heralds:
    • White Tip: Her newborn hatchlings
    • Pod: His pack, consisting of dwarf Pyroraptors and a dwarf Troodon
    • Alpha: A herd of Saltasaurus
    • Dragonfly: His mate
    • Little Das: His family, consisting of a mother and two older sisters
    • Buck and Blaze: A herd of Maiasaura
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Sharptooth, One Eye, Spinosaurus, Riptor, Deviljho, Pokémon Hunter J
  • Tolerates:
    • White Tip, Pod, and Little Das: Hall of Birds
  • Watched Over By: Jack Tenrec, Hannah Dundee, Alan Grant, John Hammond, Steve Irwin
  • Tolerated By: King Kong
  • Interests: Ian Malcolm, Harry, Eliza Thornberry, Kroq-Gar, House of Family and Relatives, Link
  • Opposed By: The Lilliputians (Pod)
  • Mixed Opinion From: Bix
  • Several animals tell a number of fascinating stories that are worth remembering. Of them all, dinosaurs prove to be among the most elusive and fantastical examples as because of their extinction millions of years before humans began to study them, our thoughts and ideas of their existence and how they were like have to be bought up mainly by fossil evidence and sometimes wild assumptions. Along the way, several stories of dinosaurs have been made and described, based on the findings and knowledge that paleontologists have cultivated for over a hundred years. And among these stories include a colorful cast of dinosaurs; White Tip the Velociraptor who struggles to find a mate and raise her hatchlings in the harsh Gobi Desert, Pod the Pyroraptor who finds himself washed ashore to an unfamiliar island with dwarf dinosaurs, Alpha the Saltasaurus who must keep up with her herd whilst struggling to reproduce to preserve her species and fend for herself against an Aucasaurus named Dragonfly, and Little Das the Daspletosaurus who after making a mistake that embarrassed his family, is determined to bring down a pair Maiasaura siblings, Buck and Blaze, as a way to get back into good graces with his mother and older sisters, unaware of a soon-to-be-active volcano that threatens its nearby ecosystem.
  • The tale of these particular seven dinosaurs was indeed fascinating, although all of them had bittersweet outcomes in some way or another, with them being irreparably separated from their kin and having to adapt to their new circumstances. The sole exception to this was Little Das, Buck, and Blaze, who were all killed in a pyroclastic flow alongside Dad's family and the Maiasaura pair's herd, though their lineage would continue on for another million years. The same can also be said for Dragonfly, who was killed in one last hunt for Alpha, which ended fatally for him. The Pantheon ended up being a new land for them to venture upon, with White Tip, Pod, and Alpha simply walking their way into these new realms whereas Little Das, Buck, Blaze, and Dragonfly simply reawakened here. All of the dinosaurs were welcomed into the Pantheon and saw themselves getting adjusted to new habitats and environments, which were largely similar to how their initial world looked during the Late Cretaceous. But of course, they would see new lands and new creatures, with some being friendly, and others being threats. It's a new story for these dinosaurs in the Pantheon.
  • These dinosaurs continue to live out their days in the Pantheon just like they did in their mortal lives, making them one of the more surprisingly well-adjusted beings in the new realms, with only Little Das and Dragonfly becoming more persistent in trying to hunt down Buck, Blaze, and Alpha respectively. In fact, the seven of them just mind their own business and compared to most creatures and critters, they don't really attract much attention, leading to the seven dinosaurs to have a very straightforward tale for themselves in the ascended realms. It hasn't stopped them from getting some attractions, namely from dinosaur enthusiasts and wildlife preservers, who want to observe them lead their tales and to ensure that they are content in the Pantheon without external threats endangering their circumstances. While not as notable as say, Rexie, The Gang of Seven, Indominus, or even Deviljho, they remain one of the more recognizable dinosaurs, if mainly due to their stories.
  • Their general interactions with humans mostly tend to be limited. That said, one such figure, Jack Tenrec, has proven himself to be one of the most persistent people in tracking down these dinosaurs, with his reasons being that before and during his adventures with Hannah Dundee, he's spent a lot of time looking after and protecting any dinosaurs he's stumbled across, even befriending an Allosaurus named Hermes, whom he's kept as a pet. As a result, it's common for Jack to park his car at a good distance and observe these animals grazing, herding, hunting, and resting. He's had a few altercations with Little Das and Dragonfly, though Hermes's presence lessens the chance of conflict. In one particular moment, Jack even managed to reach out to Buck and Blaze, even getting the chance to pet the hadrosaurs and feed them some berries, allowing for some tolerance between the two. Of course, Jack and Hannah do try to make sure there aren't any poachers who try to capture them, given their own experience of having to deal with them in their homeworld.
  • Upon meeting each other for the first time, White Tip and Pod immediately saw each other as a rival in regards to their food sources and territory, though they don't interact with each other as they ended up having different prey preferences as well as a habitat they would naturally stick to. Though the two of them have encountered the Raptor Pack at individual points and despite them also being Velociraptors, White Tip doesn't see it that waynote , considering they're bigger and hunt larger animals than she would. She and Pod tend to avoid the quartet as much as they can, choosing to prioritize their new pack's safety and upbringing. Owen Grady, the pack's caretaker and "alpha" instead felt endeared by White Tip and Pod and even made an effort to help them out in his own way. That said, they are more feral than his Raptor Pack, so Owen tends to be pretty careful about dealing with them.
    • They've also met other raptors like Red the Utahraptor and a wide number of Bird Wyverns, notably the Velocirdrome, Great Jaggi, and Great Maccao. Given her own experience with fighting a pack of Deinonychus, Red is wary of dealing with another smaller pack of raptors, though the fact that they live in different habitats and stick to hunting something closer to their size means Red, White Tip, and Pod could co-exist without much trouble, with Red instead having to be more alarmed about Das and Dragonfly. The Bird Wyverns were more troublesome because of their tendency toward mob mentality and often bullying and fighting against White Tip and Pod anytime they meet. Though the raptor they're most unnerved by is Riptor due to her savage nature and tendency to kill and maim, even if she's well-fed. Fortunately, Riptor has too many enemies to focus on White Tip and Pod, so their interactions are minimal at best.
    • Pod's adventures made him a rare example of a creature getting involved with dwarfism in some degree, though the Pyroraptor couldn't care less about the matter, especially when he isn't sentient enough to fully recognize the terminology. His story was, however, considered to be similar to the tale of Gulliver's Travels, though the Lilliputians themselves aren't appreciative of this fact. To them, Pod was a gigantic dragon who could lead swathes of destruction if he ever arrives at their settlement and he leads "smaller dragons" to aid in his invasions. That said, this information is kept strictly to themselves since the last time anyone else heard it, they laughed at the mere thought of a small dinosaur being seen as a terrifying dragon. Pod's tale of being washed ashore was also reminiscent of the Hylian Hero, Link, and while he was surprised by the similarity as well as their struggle to compete in a harsh adventure, he keeps some distance from the Pyroraptor, even if he treats it as an animal that simply wants to survive and live another day with his pack.
  • Alpha, despite being a herd traveler, isn't really a social dinosaur, instead of being an animal that's on a constant move from one place to another, eating leaves and reproducing offspring during mating season. As a result, she's one of the less popular sauropods in the Pantheon to come across, though she's not disliked by any means. A fellow sauropod, Bron, also happened to be a traveling dinosaur himself, leading a herd to new grounds, and his crossing paths with Alpha struck a rather interesting relationship. Alpha felt unsure of what to make of the Apatosaurus whereas Bron was interested to see a herding group of Saltasaurus who mainly minded their own business and decided to tolerate the unfamiliar sauropods as they seemingly didn't pose any threat to them. Luckily for them, the two managed to get on good terms one day when Alpha was threatened by One Eye and Bron decided to defend and fight alongside her. Though there's been an issue in the treatment of Saltasaur eggs and infants, which worried Bron as she bring it upon herself to look after them due to her migratory nature. All Bron can do is hope that the infants can somehow survive to lead good lives in the future.
  • Unlike Alpha, Buck, and Blaze, being juveniles, are not as well-equipped or brave enough to stand up for themselves in case they're hounded by a predator. That said, the two of them are welcoming of the idea of coexisting with other dinosaurs, considering that they've relied on a herd of Einiosaurus as a way of protection against Little Das and his family. Fortunately for the Maiasaura siblings, they found new companionship with Ducky, a fledgling Saurolophus and a Rampardos who enjoyed the two dinosaurs' presence. In fact, Ducky was willing to allow them into the Great Valley as a way to make them see her and, by proxy, the Gang of Seven, as friends, whereas Rampardos takes lookout duties for them at times, proving to be quite protective of Buck and Blaze, especially when the two of them came under attack by Riptor. That, and with Buck's injured leg soon making a full recovery, it seems as if their time in the Pantheon will be a better one than back in the Late Cretaceous.
  • Despite his rambunctious and reckless nature, Little Das is still eager to learn and become a more effective predator, which was helped by the presence of his mother and two sisters, who are still in the midst of mentoring him despite his problems. In the Pantheon, the four tyrannosaurids have had to contend with a series of new rivals, which included Rexie and Speckles, a Tyrannosaurus and Tarbosaurus respectively who came after Daspletosaurus and were more fearsome apex predators. Das and his family were alarmed by the two tyrannosaurs' size and reputation as well as bringing down tougher prey, though Rexie and Speckles simply don't mind them too much, resulting in a minor rivalry between them. Speckles, in particular, is reminded by his family whenever he sees Little Das's pack, seeing as they were a close family and respects them for sticking and looking after each other. The Tarbosaurus would be open to helping the Daspletosaurus pack if he can, though the safety and survival of his own son, Speckles Jr. remains his biggest priority and he wants to make sure his offspring don't fall prey to other predators like many previous times.
    • Of course, they have other predators to look out for, such as Dragonfly himself, a Carnotaurus pair, and two Allosaurus, namely Gwangi and Big Al, though all of them ended up having their own dietary preferences. That said, it doesn't stop the two from competing against one another since as nature outlines it, a free meal is free meal. Dragonfly and his mate have quarreled against Big Al and Little Das a couple of times as their sizes are relatively close, though Gwangi and the Carnotaurs end up intimidating them enough to just default to smaller prey, though Little Das's family is assertive to stand their ground and fight. Even so, they all would avoid the likes of Sharptooth, One Eye, a genetically engineered Spinosaurus, and the Deviljho as they quickly realized that they were far too powerful and destructive to really consider fighting. Glavenus also applies, though the bladed Brute Wyvern is more amicable and tends to stick to hunting its own preferred prey, though not without challenging other dinosaurs for territory, prey, and resources.
  • Among other creatures, those most familiar with dinosaurs is the giant ape, King Kong, who had to deal with multiple dinosaur threats throughout his life. His opinion towards them largely remains the same, being apathetic to them, though he is willing to allow them in their territory, even Little Das and his family, seeing as they don't really pose a threat to him. As far as Kong is concerned, he's more content in leading a more serene and quiet life, with the exception of some figures that he can get along with. On the other hand, Alpha, Buck, and Blaze have encountered Kong on several occasions and although intimidated at first sight have eventually started to accept his presence. It also helps that Kong doesn't take kindly to predatory threats as they tend to be antagonistic whenever they see the giant ape. As for the raptors, Das, and Dragonfly, they prefer to put some distance from Kong after seeing him manhandle a pack of dinosaurs. Oddly enough, Kong would allow them to hunt other animals in his presence… unless they tick him off either willingly or not.
  • Much like every other ascended dinosaur in the Pantheon, they ended up catching the attention of John Hammond and Alan Grant. Of course, Hammond was intent on establishing a conservated zone for them to ensure that the dinosaur doesn't face any more danger from outside interference, something which Grant has expressed some support on. In addition to this, Grant also finds a lot of intrigue with the dinosaurs, especially White Tip and Pod, whom he saw as legitimate creatures in comparison to the raptors cloned by InGen. He doesn't personally meet them all that much, given his own paleontological endeavors, though he is open to observing the two raptors. It helps that they're less aggressive than the ones in Isla Nublar and Isla Sorna, though there's still the chance for the raptors to see Grant as prey, hence he tries to be careful with them.
    • The dinosaurs also attracted notice from Steve Irwin and Eliza Thornberry and have played a decent role in keeping them protected from any outside interference whilst also publicizing the dinosaurs' presence in the Pantheon. Steve has undertaken some close calls with the raptors, Das and Dragonfly which helped to have Steve to admire the theropods for their tenacity and fierce demeanor. He's also managed to almost get close with Buck and Blaze and even got to feed Alpha a branch of leaves whilst hanging from a tree. On Eliza's side, she's been able to communicate and understand the dinosaurs' thoughts and needs and has even helped Steve out on this occasion. Though it does upset her that while she would like to help the theropods out, she can't do it without being complacent with someone's death, though Steve assures her that regardless, she's done a good job at learning to recognize them as well as keep them preserved in the Pantheon.
  • They generated a very mixed response from Bix. Due to her upbringing in Dinotopia and the values and ethics she was taught, she had various doubts about the dinosaurs due to how chaotic and unruly they were in nature. Alpha, Buck, and Blaze were easy to judge and accept, seeing as they were harmless herbivores for the most part, though the Protoceratops is careful of Alpha, given that Saltasaurs can be territorial and aggressive if provoked. Das, Dragonfly, White Tip, and Pod, on the other hand, were not in favor of Bix's mind as their predatory nature and instincts clashed against what Dinotopia stood for. She understands that this is natural and that they can't be condemned because of how they evolved to be that way, but Bix affirms that they're best left to fend for themselves and are not welcomed in her domain. That said, he is open to the idea of keeping them safe and protected and would work with others on that end, even if she would be seen as prey for the four of them.
  • They also have a place in the Hall of Animal Behavior.

    N. Gin 
Doctor N. Gin, God of Mechanical Voices (N-Gin)
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    Nonon Jakuzure 
Nonon Jakuzure, Goddess of High Voiced Cuties (Naked Snake, Miss Nonon, Non-Athletic Committee Chairwoman)
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    Snake Eyes 
Snake Eyes, The Speechless God (Silent Master, Mr. Hebime)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His mask
  • Theme: Snake Eyes, Just Getting Started
  • Alignment: Was Lawful Good, but eventually moved to Neutral Good (was briefly Neutral Evil)
  • Portfolios: The Abel to Storm Shadow's Cain, Determinator, The Faceless, Mighty Whitey, Sword and Gun, THE most popular god among the Joes, Dark Is Not Evil
  • Domains: Good, War, Trickery, Silence
  • Followers: Chane Laforet, Isora, Awesome Android
  • Allies: Duke, Ryu Hayabusa, Kasumi, Mai Shiranui, Daredevil, Strider Hiryu, Batman, Genji Shimada, all Autobot deities
  • Enemies: Cobra Commander, The Baroness, Destro, Deathstroke, all Decepticons, especially Starscream
  • Rivals: The Marked Ninja, Deadpool
  • Snake Eyes' ascension was the day of celebration, as many have long awaited for the mute ninja to have his own temple. He has already amassed a significant following, citing his relative popularity compared to the other Joes. Duke in particular gave him a heartfelt hug. The two are now looking at ways to ascend more Joes into the Pantheon.
    • Meanwhile, Cobra have made preparations for his coming arrival. They know just how ruthless the ninja can be as a mortal. His threat level can only be greater as a god.
  • Some gods thought he would take The Voiceless title as well, but a few others pointed out that would not work. You see, Snake Eyes is incapable of talking, as his vocal cords were damaged long ago in his mortal life. Snake Eyes has kept this visage both in order to keep his title and to respect his past.
  • Communication between him and other gods can be rather difficult, as both he and all of his followers are unable to speak. His priests created cards and whiteboards to better communicate with other gods. Surprisingly, they don't appear to have any problems understanding each other.
  • Was met by Ryu, one of his greatest followers. He gave Snake Eyes a bow before disappearing out of sight. That was more than enough for the mute god.
  • Gained similar respect with many of the other ninja gods in the pantheon. Strider for example is impressed with the skillset of Snake Eyes despite not having any apparent problems. The Marked Ninja has declined any attempt to meet him as the latter's allegiance to the US government may cause the two the butt heads on occasion, though he appreciates Snake Eyes' greater appreciation to stealth than most other ninja gods.
  • Some gods mistakenly thought he was blind as well. Turns out he can see out of his mask just fine. Is also not to be mistaken for taking that shtick from Daredevil, though the two are allies.
  • Deadpool just can't help but point out the various similarities between the two, from their love of katanas and guns to their refusal to show their faces. Snake Eyes in all honesty finds the Merc with the Mouth annoying, but does feel for him at times for the scars he had to endure.
  • Can also be mistaken for being a bad guy, which makes it even more jarring when his white-clothed mortal rival works for Cobra. Snake Eyes has made a constant effort to point this out to his allies. Batman has done a lot of help clearing out potential misunderstandings.
  • Has been butting heads with the mercenary Deathstroke lately. Some believe he has been hired by Cobra to cut down their new enemy. Slade himself considers Snake Eyes a worthy opponent, as their battles have so far ended in a stalemate.
  • Starscream thought taking on the ninja would be child's play. Snake Eyes quickly reminded him that messing with ninjas is a bad idea, no matter the size difference. That has earned the hatred of all Decepticon gods. On the other hand, Optimus Prime and the other Autobot gods regard him as a valuable asset. It helps that the two were created by the same company.
  • Is one of the few people who can work along with the ninja Taki without gawking at her outfit, probably because he already is under a romantic relationship with the redhead mortal Scarlet.
  • Is one of the few ninja gods who doesn't care all that much about pirates. Some say it's due to giving fellow Joe Shipwreck his respects. Such rumors were rebuked when it was discovered he was actually a Navy Seal.
  • There was a time where Cobra successfully brainwashed him to work for them. It took a Heel–Face Turn from his rival Storm Shadow to snap him out of it. The less there is to be said about that the better.
  • Is one of the few G.I. Joe gods that do not hate his movie counterpart. It's hard to see how he could given the accurate portrayal and his various badass scenes in those films.
    • The only thing Snake Eyes dislikes is how his actor ensures a connection with Darth Maul. Many deities are trying to get the ninja an energy katana to enable a sword fight between both, if only for how awesome it would be!

    Zebediah Killgrave 
Zebediah Killgrave, God of Controlling Voices (Purple Man, Kilgrave, Kevin Thompson)
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Demigods

    Frank Pritchard 
Francis "Frank" Pritchard, God of Long-Distance Communications (Pritchard, Nucl3arsnake, Prickard)
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    Kenji Kazama 
Kenji Kazama, God of Frequent Yelling Indoors (Princess Pinch)
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    The Pink Panther 
The Pink Panther, God of Silent Snarkers
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The "Pink Panther" Diamond
  • Theme Song: His iconic song
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Manly Pinkness, Cool Panthers, Silent Snarkers, Getting Voiced One-Time, Multi-Talented, Occasional Butt Monkeys, Ordinary Badasses, Episodes in Pink
  • Domains: Pink, Panthers, Cartoons, Comedy
  • Heralds: Pinky and Panky (his sons)
  • Allies: Inspector Jacques Clouseau, Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Tom & Jerry, Dan Hibiki, Amane Nishiki, Homer Simpson, Eugene Gallardo, Francesca Lucchini, Kirby, Epic Sax Guy
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork With: Spongebob Squarepants, Patrick Star
  • Enemies: GUAE Trollkaiger, Majin Buu
  • Pink is a color mostly associated with women. However, it's possible for men to have a liking for the color. In the case of the Pink Panther...well, that's because he is pink. It also applies to a lot of the things he's done in his career.
  • Back then, he ascended as Majin Buu's good counterpart. Since then, the Court of the Gods has removed Real Men Wear Pink from the villain, effectively making the cartoon character the sole holder of the trope. Buu is not happy at all with this development.
  • He's a guy... and he's clad in pink. Considers that not all men who wear the color usually associated with the women as fabulously gay or straight metrosexuals.
    • Ironically, he gets well along with Amane Nishiki. However, there are moments that he gets infaurated by Amane's antics.
  • He, along with Tom and Jerry, are the sole MGM representatives of Toontown in the Pantheon. This is mainly for the fact that usually, most of the Toon deities are either from the universes of Looney Tunes, Disney Toons, Cartoon Cartoons and Nicktoons.
  • He usually doesn't talk. Whenever he does talk though, some have noticed that he has an American accent.
    • The panther had a British accent the very few times he did initially talk, so no one knows what is up with the change in accent.
  • Made a pitch to the House of Food to promote a drink known as Pink Punch. It didn't work as well as he hoped for.
    • He actually did a little better when it came to selling corn flakes.
  • He has found good company with fellow panthers Eugene Gallardo and Francesca Lucchini (even though the latter takes on elements of one under circumstances). The Pink Panther is admittedly wondering how Francesca is able to sleep in weird places and not get disturbed (for comparison, he got disturbed by an alley cat while trying to sleep one time).
  • Became a target of Trollkaiger's antics. Such spats usually end with the Panther humiliated or the group getting outwitted.
  • Surprisingly enough, the panther is rather successful in promoting fiberglass wool. Some deities have been using these kinds of products during temple construction for newly ascended gods.
  • Both the panther and the diamond have the same name. Some thieves in the Pantheon confused him for the actual diamond once before leaving him alone, though some have tried to break into a safe that he owns (and somehow has locks that can be changed).
  • More than a few people are surprised to hear The Pink Panther is a father. His sons, Pinky and Panky serves as their father's heralds. Pinky gets along with everyone while Panky just follows his older brother
  • "Thiiiink Pink!'"

    Shuichi Akai 
Shuichi Akai, God of The Secret Identity Vocal Shift (Shu, Dai Moroboshi, Rye, Silver Bullet, Subaru Okiya)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His distinctive eye bags
  • Theme Song: This normally, this as Subaru Okiya
  • Alignment: Lawful Good but exhibits Neutral traits
  • Portfolio: Deductive Abilities On Par with Conan's, Becoming the Mask, Is A Big Brother Mentor to Ai Haibara and and will Protect Her At All Costs, Char Clone (to a certain extent), Cold Sniper, Dark Is Not Evil, Determinator, Eyes Always Shut (as Subaru), A Loner, Has No Social Skills, Infiltrated The Black Organization, Shadow Archetype to Conan, The Stoic, Walking Spoiler
  • Domains: Disguise, Identity, Infiltration, Professionalism, Protection, Secrets, Skills, Solitude, Voices
  • Heralds: Akemi Miyano, the Akai family (Masumi Sera, Mary Sera, Shukichi Haneda)
  • Allies: Conan Edogawa, Ran Mouri, Hidemi Hondou/Rena Mizunashi/Kir (as well as her heralds, his fellow FBI agents), Tamie Nogi, Captain Alex, Shotaro Hidari and Philip, James Bond, Norman Jayden, Ahsoka Tano and the GUAG Intelligence Division, Batman, Kenzo Tenma, Eren Yeager, Mikasa Ackerman, Ken Kaneki, Kirito and Asuna, Yui, Piccolo, Touka Kirishima, Ichigo Kurosaki, Kira Yamato, Soichiro Yagami
  • Odd Friendship: Perry the Platypus, Moe Szyslak
  • Rivals: Rei Furuya/Tooru Amuro/Bourbon
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Captain Jack Sparrow, Bardock and his Saiyan platoon, L and Near
  • Enemies: The Black Organization (especially Gin), James Moriarty, SHOCKER, Light Yagami, Teru Mikami, the Joker, Johan Liebert, Giovanni and Team Rocket, Littlefinger, Muruta Azrael
  • Commonality Connection: Char Aznable
  • Protective of: Ai Haibara
  • Respects: Sherlock Holmes, Toriko and Komatsu, Lacus Clyne, Grand Admiral Thrawn (however grudgingly)
  • Opposes: King Cold, Agatha Trunchbull, Fused Zamasu, Gilbert Durandal, Dolores Umbridge, YHVH, Metatron, Frieza, Annie Leonhart
  • Annoyed by: Denzel Crocker
  • On Speaking Terms with: Most of the good-aligned deities of the House of Law and Justice, the Men In Black, Kaizoku Sentai Gokaiger (especially Don), Nick Fury, the GUAG Robot War Division, as well as the Halls of Medical Miscellaneous
  • Pities: Tomoko Kuroki, Misa Amane
  • Fearsnote : The Weeping Angels
  • Conflicting Opinion: Kaito Kid
  • The Black Organization has been gaining a lot of momentum in the Pantheon, and they just got ascended. To combat their growing danger, Kir and Bourbon (sleeper agents in the Organization) proposed that Shuichi Akai, one of Kir's heralds, be ascended. This is because Akai is one of the greatest threats to the Organization's survival known as a Silver Bullet, and represents one of the Organization's greatest failures.
  • A British American of Japanese descent, Shuichi Akai was one of the first FBI agents to infiltrate the Organization. He forged a close relationship with low-ranking member Akemi Miyano to gain valuable intel for his superiors, but this transitioned into a full-on romance. Inevitably, his true allegiance was discovered and he was promptly targetted after a botched attempt by the FBI to capture Gin.
    • On the run from the Organization, he became a lone wolf keeping track of their plans and operations. When he willingly gave his life to help fellow agent Kir in a test of her loyalty to the Organization, he was believed dead for a time. This was faked by the FBI with Conan's help. With a voice-changing choker and extensive disguise work by Yukiko Kudo, Akai was transformed into Subaru Okiya, a graduate student from Tohto University pursuing a doctorate degree in engineering. He has since moved into Conan's house (from when he was still Shinichi) to allay suspicions of the teenage detective's disappearance.
  • Despite being an FBI agent, he longer has active ties with them, what with his facade as Okiya and all. There's also the fact that he is characterized as a loner who operates independently of his colleagues, with even his superior James Black usually being unable to contact him. His tendency to be emotionally distant and withdrawn can alienate him from others even if he means well. Even as Subaru Okiya, he does not make much effort to hide this social awkwardness, qualifying him for this trope as he relies on the voice-changing choker he wears to mask his identity, considering he shares the same distinctive voice as Char Aznable.
    • Akai and Char share quite the love-hate relationship. While they are very different in philosophies, their demeanours are pretty much identical, save Char's obvious signs of sociopathy. Both mask their identity to prevent themselves from being noticed (Char has long been exposed as Casval Rem Deikun), and are consistently The Reliable One of their factions.
    • On that topic, he also supports the formation of an investigation and law enforcement division within the Grand United Alliance of Good, since it would give people like L and Near something to do rather than languishing in the support staff. Has been closely working with Captain Alex to realize this vision.
  • With the Black Organization's hands all over the place, false paperwork had to be drafted to justify Akai's ascension without arousing suspicion. The cover story is that he was brought in as a trainee instructor for the understaffed science and engineering department of the school, a fair point given that most other engineers in the Pantheon are pursuing more important endeavours. To maintain this image, Subaru is usually seen at the Academy conducting engineering workshops alongside deities from the House of Machinery and Technology. The teacher supervising him is Izumi Curtis, who has given very favourable remarks on his performance. The cracks in this facade are beginning to show since he has no apparent trope to represent him.
    • They sometimes go to the House of Fighting and Combat to spar, being more or less equal in skill. Wiz and Boomstick have reportedly wanted them to be on an episode of Death Battle for funsies, but Akai politely declined on the grounds that if it were a real fight, Izumi would win hands down as his fighting knowledge is limited to Jeet Kune Do.
    • Denzel Crocker, the teacher from the neighbouring block, tends to get on his nerves. More than once he has been forced to drop his meek behaviour and almost start shouting at him. This is obviously because Crocker keeps shouting '''FAIRY! GOD! PARENTS!''' when he should be focusing on educating and not giving students 'F's.
  • Akai is one of the few individuals who know Conan is Shinichi Kudo. With intelligence on par with Conan's, he has come to respect the Kid Detective's deductive prowess and treats him like an adult. They both share a dislike for those who disobey the law and consider murder to be tantamount to blasphemy. Such strong language, but no, this does not endear him to the more law-extremist deities, like YHVH.
    • While he was on the run, he acted on a promise he made to Akemi to protect her sister, Shiho, currently Ai Haibara, a chief researcher in the APTX 4869 project. In her first interactions with him, Haibara believed Akai to be an enemy as she felt a malevolent aura from him, similar to that of other Black Organization members, but eventually discovered he was Good All Along. After assuming the identity of Subaru, he still watches over her and addresses her as 'Princess'. Of course, she doesn't know his true identity, nor that he is now the head of her temple's security detail. She just thinks he's a lolicon.
    • Ran Mouri, Shinichi's best friend and now girlfriend reminds Akai of Akemi. Let's just say his first meeting with her as Subaru was...errr.... Now that he is in the Pantheon, he is a silent Shipper on Deck for the two of them.
    • Hardly interacts with his fellow sleeper agents, since that would be a dead giveaway for both sides. A good thing too, since Bourbon (aka Rei Furuya) blames him for the death of his partner Hiromitsu Morofushi/Scotch, who killed himself thinking Akai was going to expose his subterfuge, not knowing that Akai was simultaneously an FBI spy. He has silently made sure not to tell his fellow agents of Rei's true identity to avoid having to confront him, since Rei has a pronounced distaste for the FBI and CIA. The last time they both met in person (without disguises), they had a big fight. In addition to this, Rei seeks to turn Akai in to the Organization to raise his rank and get close to the Boss for the sake of feeding more valuable information back to the PSB (Public Security Bureau).
    • With the Akai family increasingly a big player in the war against the Organization, he has brought them in as heralds instead of having his fellow FBI agents transferred from Kir. While Mary (the mother),being a victim of APTX 4869, is confined to his temple, his sister Masumi and brother Shukichi can usually be seen outside, Masumi in the Elysium Academy and Shukichi trying to introduce shogi to the House of Gaming.
    • After a lot of intense negotiation, his girlfriend Akemi was also made his herald. While fearful of the Organization's wrath if they discovered she was alive again, her love for Akai has prevailed and she had her first real date with him at the House of Romance. She currently serves as his teacher's assistant, with a blonde wig and a voice choker much like him. She hides her presence from her sister so as not to jeopardize her location to the Organization.
    • Akai doesn't know master thief Kaito Kid's true identity of Kaito Kuroba, but has managed to discern his motivation of stopping the mysterious group responsible for his father's death from getting the Pandora Gem by stealing every one he can find. Since they are the Black Organization's high priests, he tolerates Kid's existence for now, but remains aloof in his presence.
  • He despises the Black Organization on a personal level, especially the morally bankrupt Gin for killing his girlfriend. Gin is typically dismissive of Akai as a threat, but that's par for the course. Vermouth is the only one who takes him seriously and is wary of his possible survival, given all the deities in the Pantheon that have been revived from death in their home universes. To maximise intelligence efforts across the Pantheon, he, Kir and Bourbon have separate sets of contacts. While Kir and Bourbon deal with governments and detectives, Akai takes the more exotic route, with various random deities serving as his informants.
    • Information tends to circulate readily in a school, sometimes to dangerous levels. Acknowledging this, he has become the Elysium Academy Newspaper Club's faculty advisor, helping out Tamie Nogi in picking up scoops. Acting as a chaperone, he is quick to chide her for risking her life several times to get a good story, and ensures she doesn't go near the Houses of Hatred and Rancor, Madness and Insanity, Slaughter, Revenge and Retribution, and Villainy, since most of the deities there would atomize her if she were to start digging into their secrets.
    • Aside from Captain Alex, Jack Sparrow has an interesting dynamic with him. When he meets with Akai to share 'valuable' intelligence, it turns out to be word-of-mouth information that sounds absolutely ridiculous. That and his constant references to sea turtles for some reason. Even so, Jack has helped smuggle narcotics from the Organization on occasion, as well as the occasional rum. Moe Szyslak enjoys his company too, though he probably is exasperated at the amounts of bourbon Akai orders at times.
    • Believes Perry the Platypus deserves kudos for being able to fool everybody with just a fedora. The extensive disguise work on him as Subaru is nowhere near his level. O.W.C.A. (on the recommendation of Carl) has kindly offered its resources to help him with the Black Organization, but espionage-wise, he wants to work alone.
    • Given the revelation that the Black Organization is in league with the Frieza Force for alien munitions and supplies, via retired leader King Cold, Akai has formed relations with Bardock. He isn't impressed by the Saiyan's utter bloodlust and desire for revenge against Frieza harming his otherwise sound judgement.
  • Unlike Conan, he did not get reduced to a stammering mess when he met Sherlock Holmes, his idol. When they both separately investigated James Moriarty's involvement in the Organization as 'Smirnoff', they had a chance meeting at his latest crime scene. Holmes immediately noticed that Subaru's less-than-sociable demeanour and meek personality masked an individual deeply interested in him. As much as the great detective treats him like a fanboy, he genuinely respects Akai's wit and talent at a great many things and looks forward to helping him catch Moriarty.
  • To be more in the thick of the action (without compromising his true identity) he has considered becoming a member of the GUAG Intelligence Division to monitor the Organization's allies in the Grand United Alliance of Evil. By default, he is thus good friends with reconnaisance agents James Bond (also a role model of his), and Ahsoka Tano.
  • Things progressed very fast upon hearing of Gin's personal dealings with some of anime's most immoral deities in the Pantheon. The many superpowered deities Gin has tried to capture for the Organization's uses immediately jumped at the chance to work with the supposed legendary 'Silver Bullet'. They form a majority of his retinue of allies.
    • Became an ally of Dr. Tenma over their shared opposition to cold-blooded murderer Johan Liebert. Akai is incredulous at how an ordinary man can be so nihilistic and wants to be the last one standing at the end of the world to satisfy his own beliefs and eventually the perfect suicide. The only thing Akai hates more than outright murder is Johan's trademark act: pushing people to suicide or corrupting or condemning them to despair. Wonders if the Black Organization has a program similar to Kinderheim 511.
    • Is more divided on Gin's (other) closest partner, Esdeath. The havoc they have been able to unleash upon their enemies is unimaginable, and one shudders to think what she would do to Akai should his true identity be exposed. More than once Akai has stumbled upon the scene of one of her kills, with frozen corpses everywhere. Probably based on this, he despises the Grand United Alliance of Chaos more than the Organization's sponsors, the Grand United Alliance of Evil. Especially Petyr Baelish, a master manipulator who orchestrates events to elevate his position at the expense of innocent lives. While Akai admits to charting plans without much care for his FBI colleagues, there are moral lines he would never cross.
    • Kazuto Kirigaya has begun sharing his knowledge of mechatronics with him to defeat Nobuyuki Sugou, a technology liaison to the Organization. Like always with Sugou, Akai sees the Fairy King as a major pervert to his fiancé Asuna who should be put in jail for good. That Sugou is also an employed member of SHOCKER, the primary evil-aligned scientific employer in the Pantheon along with HYDRA, only increases his worry about how Sugou's mind control projects could result in.
    • The sudden mass production of quinques (weapons produced from a ghoul's kakuhou) by the Organization drove him to enter Touka Kirishima's temple (the cafe re:) as Subaru to introduce himself and ask some questions regarding the Defense of Tokyo. Is considering acquiring a quinque from Kir so he can confront ghoul members of the Organization, but fears that would alienate him from Kaneki and Touka given their memories of the CCG. Doesn't matter anyway. Ever since both were captured by the BO and experimented on, his relationship with Kaneki has soured.
    • Like with Sherlock Holmes, he admires Sokichi Narumi for his sheer grit in saving others even if he didn't know them well (like with Philip) and consoles his successor Shotaro. Philip repeatedly comments on Akai's apparent lack of sleep and in typically Philip fashion, nonchalantly pesters him to relax a bit and stop being paranoid, as there are far worse threats than the Organization in the Pantheon. Akai takes it in stride though. He greatly values Philip's connection to the Gaia Library as a useful source of information as well as a kindred spirit due to his near lack of social skills (but not empathy).
    • Denounces the Death Note as one of the most despicable methods of murder in the entire Pantheon, and Light's utter god complex disgusts him, with his desire to wipe out crime as a useless excuse. Similarly hates Teru Mikami being more fanatical than Light, killing people for mere laziness. Isn't so antagonistic towards Misa Amane, since her loyalty to Kira is more of an unhealthy obsession.
    • Akai helped FBI agent Norman Jayden out of a tight spot when the man stumbled on one of the Organization's Triptocaine warehouses and was nearly beaten to death by Gin. They now maintain a close working relationship, exchanging intel about their respective cases.
  • On one of his many excursions to Organization hideouts, he stumbled on quite the grisly scene. The Black Organization was being handed a truckful of screaming children by a grey-uniformed military officer. Said officer turned out to be Earth Alliance admiral William Sutherland, herald of Muruta Azrael, who started providing brainwashed Biological CPUs and Extended pilots for the Organization to experiment on. Akai was utterly repulsed.
    "This is utterly repulsive. I've seen the Organization commit atrocities such as force-feeding drugs, kill well-meaning philanthropists, and of course my beloved. But to separate the young from their parents and force them to do such horrible things and slaughter millions on a global scale...this is the worst kind of murder."
    • As such, he has met Kira Yamato, Muruta's primary enemy to put a stop to his depraved plans. His Badass Pacifist behaviour towards his enemies, especially omnicidal maniac Rau Le Creuset. He similarly holds his girlfriend Lacus in high esteem as an equally proficient planner and politician and her desire to take the peaceful and bloodless path whenever possible. Via this, he has also forged diplomatic relations with the Robot War Division should anything more tangible happen between the Organization and the Mecha Cohort.
  • Sympathizes with one of his students Tomoko Kuroki as an antisocial person, but to extremes he could never imagine. He can't have daily talks with her like her brother can, but he still puts in a good word every now and then.

Quasideities

    Arthur Kensington Jr 
Arthur Kensington Jr, God of Nerdy Nasalness (The Nerd, The Dork, Gary)
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    Punky Brewster 
Penelope "Punky" Brewser, Goddess of Tomboyish Voices
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her Smiling Sun Clips
  • Theme Song: Punky Brewster Theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Tomboy wit an Accompanying Voice, Badass Adorable, Never Gives Up, Was Adopted without a Problem, Heartwarming Orphan, Really wants to Find her Missing Mom, Has a Heart Marking at the Right of her Vest, Cute Bruiser, Is Rather Pretty Resourceful, Youthful Freckles, Suffered from appendicitis and is Afraid of being Treated, Only Known by Their Nickname
  • Domains: Tomboys, Adoption, Family, Energy, Spunk
  • Heralds: Henry Warnimont, Brandon (her pet dog), Cherie Johnson, Allen Anderson, Margaux Kramer, Mrs. Morton, Mike Fulton, Eddie Malvin
  • Allies: Baby Bink, Dennis the Menace, Harriet M. Welsch, Mafalda, Momo Isshiki, Yotsuba Koiwai, Anne-Marie, Charlie Barkin, Madeline, The Baudelaire Siblings, Anne Shirley, Sara Crewe, Pollyanna Whittier, Heidi, Hallie Parker, Annie James, Kazuma Kiryu, Goro Majima, King, Thomas and Martha Wayne
  • Opposes: Cruella De Vil, The Child Abuse Supporters, Rhoda Penmark, Charles Lee Ray/Chucky
  • Afraid Of: House of Health and Diseases
  • Being an orphan after her parents left her behind (father walked out and mother abandoned her and dog, Brandon at a grocery store), Penelope "Punky" Brewster was found by Henry Warnimont who took it upon himself to adopt and provide her. Thus begins Punky's experience of being an adopted child navigating through her life with her new family and school. Over time, she learns new lessons of life with each passing day and meeting new friends. That said, her greatest challenge happens to be the aspect of growing up, especially witnessing the departure of a friend, Allen Anderson, a Space Shuttle explosion and going through a medical injection for her appendicitis.
  • Punky's arrival in the Pantheon can in the form of a trip that was planned by Henry. Packing up and departing alongside her adopted father, Punky came across a rather strange land that looked very different from Chicago. The first sighting that really caught the two's attention was a giant house with an open invitation. The moment they entered said house was what cemented Punky's ascension as she made her first approach in the House of Family.
    • That said, she earned the trope of Tomboyish Voice, which was a representation of her general characteristics. She took it with stride, though that meant the House of Family wasn't her designed House, instead being instated at the House of Quirks. Still, said House was a pretty exciting place to be in, given that Punky still gets to keep contact with her father, her dog Brandon and her friends as her heralds.
    • That said, some think she started to lose her tomboyish attitude when she fell in love with a boy six years older than her no less. Thankfully, said boy did see her as a friend, not to mention he already had a girlfriend and Punky came to terms with it. That said, while she does retain a lot of youthful energy, Allen's departure from the gang did make Punky more emotional afterwards.
  • Although she does enjoy her time in the House of Quirks, she usually spends much of her time in the House of Family instead, given that it was the first place in the Pantheon that Punky familiarized with and where she can find others around her age range. However, she found herself quickly opposing the Child Abuse Supporters, especially given that they have no qualms about, well, abusing children. She does her best steer clear from the villainous deities as much as possible.
  • As a result of her experience with appendicitus, Punky is terrified of going to the House of Health and Diseases and often panics whenever she is close to it. It's not so much the doctors as much as it's the medical procedure that Punky has to go through regarding injections. That said, Henry and her friends are there to make sure that Punky makes it throughout the day.
    • Oddly enough, it's how she became friends with Madeline. After going through a (self-admittedly) terrifying experience in her appendix treatment, Madeline approached Punky to comfort and reassure her that everything will be fine. It was brief, but Madeline's words were encouraging enough for Punky to bring back her positive attitude and have remained friends since, with Punky usually going to Madeline every time she attends for treatment. It also helps in that Madeline knows how much pain and anxiety Punky goes through, considering she herself had an appendix surgery.
  • She made quick friends with Baby Bink and finds his antics pretty endearing. She does get very nervous whenever the baby makes his way to the House of Crime and Transgressions. That nervousness is mainly due to the fact that a Serial Killer once entered Chicago and Punky became very worried about Henry's safety. Thankfully, Bink's partner, a Pichu and a few others are always around to make sure Baby Bink gets back to his parents unharmed. Punky and Henry have asked Baby Bink's parents if they can spend time together on occasion, which they've accepted.
  • Speaking of said fear when the Serial Killer entered Chicago, she found it justified when Punky heard of the killer doll, Chucky. With Chucky being far worse than most serial killers would dare to be regarding infamy, Punky and Henry have taken extra measures to keep themselves secured and protected. Chucky, however, would rather plan for bigger, grander schemes to satiate his own sadistic thrill. Whether Punky and Henry are caught in the crossfire is up for anyone's guess, though the killer doll would personally enjoy it.
  • As an orphan, Punky finds herself in good company with others who have lost their parents, though in Punky's case, her parents actually abandoned her and she was found by Henry in a vacant building. She connected nearly instantly with Anne-Marie, given that Punky herself is a dog owner and that Anne-Marie can talk to Brandon without an issue. There's also Pollyanna Whittier, Anne-Shirley, Sara Crewe and Heidi, all of whom lost their parents in tragic circumstances, which Punky quickly sympathized under. She's trying to find a means to cheer them up and spend time with them, though the Pantheon's chaotic nature may make it rather difficult.
  • Punky also gets along with Kazuma Kiryu and King as both of them are managers of an orphanage and take great measures to manage and finance it. Kiryu will often allow Punky to visit him every once in a while and even let her play with the orphanage kids Kiryu tends to. Similarly, King has decided to donate a sum of the money he earned fighting in the King of Iron Fist Tournaments he fought to Punky and Henry for additional support.
  • As someone who not only is a dog lover but happens to own one as well, Punky vehemently hates Cruella De Vil for her obsession in wanting dog fur and her deranged approach towards it. Punky makes sure Brandon is looked after at all costs and Cruella hopefully doesn't suddenly see and try to grab him.
  • Everyone refers to her by Punky, despite her name being Penelope. The reason behind it is that Punky actually hates her actual name, hence she prefers herself and to others saying her nickname instead. Still doesn't change the fact that documents and files on her would refer to her as Penelope, given that they're meant to acknowledge someone by their actual name.
  • The House of Space and Cosmos is a polarizing thing for Punky. On one hand, she's excited to go to space and learn of the several space vehicles that she can ride on regarding that. On the other hand, she remembers all too well about the Challenger Space Shuttle accident and remains uncharacteristically sullen about it.
"Punky Power!"

    Retsuko 
Retsuko, Goddess of Cathartic Screams (Calendar, Retsy, Aggretsuko)
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: Her angry face
  • Theme Song: Aggretsuko; Aggressive Girl (Japanese)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good with dips into True Neutral when angry
  • Portfolio: Beneath the Mask, Singing Voice Dissonance, Beware the Nice Ones, The Cutie, Boss's Unfavorite Employee, Rage Breaking Point, Metal Scream, Soul-Crushing Desk Job, Single Woman Seeks Good Man, Meaningful Name
  • Domains: Profession, Anger, Singing
  • Heralds: Haida (her husband), Fenneko, Gori, Washimi
  • Allies: Isabelle, Wii Fit Trainer, Mima Kirigoe, Corey Taylor, Stanley
  • Enemies: Mr. Burns, Napoleon, Dawn Bellwether
  • Frustrated with: Bill Lumbergh, Mr. Krabs, Michael Scott, Beavis & Butt-Head
  • Foil to: Bill Foster, Squidward Tentacles
  • Wary of: Dethklok, Mayhem
  • Retsuko is a young adult red panda working an office job that has her putting up with an irritating boss and annoying co-workers. The most she can do during this time is suppress her rage and when it gets bad enough, she turns to heavy metal to vent it all out, unleashing a deep scream in the process. Her life is very hectic in general as she juggles between hanging out with some friends off-hours, putting up with work as much as she can, and confronting a multitude of personal troubles head-on, regardless of whether she can handle all of this or not. Some issues outside of anger that she’s confronted include having trouble finding love, learning that being a popular celebrity isn’t all that fun, and running for public office despite having no political experience beforehand.
  • Life and work continued on like usual for Retsuko, until she managed to find an ad during work promising a vacation from a company she never heard of after taking a survey. She was a bit skeptical about the offer given the circumstances, but she was very much hopeful that there would be something to provide an escape from her problems. A few days had gone by and she didn’t get a response from the offer and she was getting ready to let out her anger in private moments before she got an email saying that she earned a vacation to a place known as the “Pantheon”. Retsuko then began to read up on this place and ended up getting overwhelmed by the massive scale of what’s being described. By the time she got to the part about her location (and others by extension) being connected to the “Pantheon”, she was exhausted from reading it. She gradually processed what was happening and even with everything happening, she opted to make the best out of her situation even if things get much more stressful for her.
  • While Retsuko was correct to assume that heavy metal music was a significant part of the Pantheon given how many performers focus on that genre or are simply fans of it, she didn’t expect to see how varied things are in both regards. Some metal bands such as Mayhem and Dethklok had songs focused on extremely dark subject matter and their members being unhinged in varying ways didn’t help. As much as metal music is Retsuko’s preferred way of dealing with problems, the darkness that is prevalent in both Mayhem and Dethklok meant that she wouldn’t want to get too involved with their music to the point that their influence would end up corrupting her into hurting her coworkers and friends. Retsuko has preferred to be with more stable metal performers such as Metallica and Megadeth as well as hanging out with other metalheads who are similarly friendly after Beavis and Butt-Head proved to be a little too much for her to put up with when trying to talk about heavy metal with them. Noted metal vocalist Corey Taylor was surprised that someone as unassuming as Retsuko can belt out some strong metal screams, but like most other affable metalheads and performers, he’s not complaining about it especially given Retsuko’s circumstances and the fact that Corey’s been through some rough spots of his own.
  • Isabelle was more than fascinated with Retsuko and how she’s managed to get through working at less-than-ideal conditions and the various challenges life threw at the red panda. Despite Isabelle being prone to being clumsy at times, she remained diligent in getting work done and Retsuko managed to find someone she can talk to outside her company frequently. Hearing about Retsuko venting her anger through heavy metal surprised Isabelle who initially assumed that a cute animal like Retsuko wouldn’t approach that genre in any capacity, but given the hardships that Retsuko endured, she understood why Retsuko needed such an outlet. Not only has Isabelle offered Retsuko her support if the latter’s work starts to get more hectic than usual, but Retsuko is willing to help Isabelle with some of her projects in case the Villager that helps the shih tzu is busy with other matters.
  • Retsuko’s boss at work is Ton, a pig with a short temper who has a low opinion of her, though he has shown a couple of times to help her if things are serious enough from her perspective. One pig in the Pantheon that Retsuko was dismayed to learn about was Napoleon, a self-serving tyrant who believes in animal supremacy while being a hypocrite in some regard. She saw Napoleon as the worst of Ton amplified into a monster and clearly wants nothing to do with him. Napoleon saw Retsuko’s job at a large company (or at least the idea of animals running a business) as something to keep in mind, though not necessarily something to put into a plan yet.
  • While things between Retsuko and Ton can get dicey depending on what’s happening, there were a plethora of workplace bosses in the Pantheon that Retsuko had her own opinions towards. Some bosses such as Mr. Burns showcased over-the-top cruelty towards their employees and even if he isn’t the worst of those callous figures, Retsuko is more than prepared to unleash a metal-tinged rant about them if a meeting were to happen that would likely go poorly for her. Such musical spiels would likely also happen following potential meetings with additional bosses such as Bill Lumbergh and Mr. Krabs that have shown questionable business ethics that would test her tolerability towards them. Even well-meaning bosses like Michael Scott were prone to slipping up thanks to having a hand in causing workplace antics and his moments of being insensitive towards others isn’t going to endear him to Retsuko even if she thinks he’s nowhere near as bad as some of the other workplace bosses.
  • Yoga classes have been something Retsuko has taken up with her friends Washimi and Gori. Within the Pantheon, Retsuko hasn’t done yoga to the same extent she did back then, but still found time for it through fitness classes held by Wii Fit Trainer. There were a lot more types of exercise that Retsuko discovered through these trainers, with the red panda initially struggling to keep up with such varied and intense exercises. Even after being able to nearly keep up with it, Retsuko learned that Wii Fit Trainer was able to apply their exercise regimen in direct combat through Smash tournaments and Retsuko conceded that it would be very difficult for her to apply the trainers’ combat skills into whatever self-defense she uses.
  • Having a desk job with odd coworkers and a boss that tests her patience isn’t the best place for someone like Retsuko to be in, but there have been a few moments such as uncovering corruption within their company and her attempt at running for office in Japan that they were able to work well with Retsuko. As the red panda learned after seeing some other disgruntled job workers in the Pantheon, things could have been a lot worse. Bill Foster suffered from unemployment and went down a path of violence as he noticed just how messed up the world was around him, something that unnerved Retsuko as even with how society is treating her, she would never directly try to harm anyone around her. Despite being far less violent than Foster and having an actual job, Squidward Tentacles is none too pleased with many things around him and while Retsuko has tried to talk to him in order to make things better, Squidward believes that things have gone far too south for him for anything to be better.
    • Although Retsuko is generally understanding towards the problems that Foster and Squidward went through despite their notable issues, it was much more difficult for Retsuko to have sympathy for Dawn Bellwether. Having put up with being an abused assistant mayor, Bellwether set up an elaborate conspiracy to incite anti-predator sentiment in a move that Retsuko simply couldn’t accept given how she worked with and is friends with a lot of different animals. With how Retsuko garnered a fanbase through her heavy metal rants and how she used them in her attempt at running for office, Bellwether believes that Retsuko could have been much more if she didn’t make a lot of questionable life decisions that made her susceptible to being abused repeatedly. That Bellwether is more than willing to target Retsuko’s friends and coworkers to fulfill her own goals only added to the red panda’s animosity towards the sheep.
  • While Stanley isn’t a disillusioned office worker, the stories of what could potentially happen to him was a lot to take in for Retsuko. Stanley was left alone in a building with no one but a narrator looking over his actions and given some of Retsuko’s problems, having to act out what Stanley went through was terrifying even without a voiceover involved. As Stanley was something of a blank slate when it came to personality regardless of whether or not he follows what his narrator is saying, Retsuko was sympathetic to his plight and is willing to help him find true happiness. Whether or not Stanley’s narrator agrees with what Retsuko deems as true happiness is another issue entirely.
  • One notable side gig Retsuko took up was being a member of struggling underground idol group OTMGirls when she needed to repay the debt incurred after accidentally bumping into the van of manager Hyodo. Her involvement helped the group find success and while she had to quit the group after nearly being killed by a stalker that hated her being part of OTMGirls, Retsuko remained friends with the group to the point that they helped her with some later problems she was faced with, including providing support for her attempt at a political career. There were many idol singers that Retsuko learned about in the Pantheon and while most of them didn’t have it nearly as bad as OTMGirls when it came to finding success, she learned how Mima Kirigoe dealt with plenty of psychological trauma in trying to move away from idol music to becoming an actress. With how much Retsuko had to deal with, Mima found it odd that Retsuko has been able to keep herself in check, but given how the red panda (and the rest of OTMGirls by extension) had taken precautions to prevent such an incident from happening again, Mima accepted Retsuko as a friend and the red panda is willing to help Mima overcome any remaining doubts she has about herself.
  • Despite lacking any prior political experience, Retsuko ended up being a candidate for public office in the Japanese elections and secured a strong voter base who liked her heavy metal rants about life’s problems despite not winning in the end. Going up against Haida’s more successful brother Jiro, this election ended up being a conflict between Japan’s traditional values and the more progressive mindset of the country’s younger citizens, with Jiro breaking away from the wishes of Haida’s bigoted and ruthless father Juzo. Retsuko doesn’t have any interest in revisiting politics during her time in the Pantheon, especially since there are more qualified politicians who are willing to act in the best interest of the people when it comes to tackling various issues. Given how someone attempted to harm Haida to try and scare Retsuko out of the political race, she can’t imagine how much worse it would be for herself and her friends if she went up against politicians such as Frank Underwood that are just as morally bankrupt, if not more so, as Juzo.
  • Retsuko had a tumultuous love life that had her going through a couple of potential suitors before settling down with Haida. One was Reasuke, who was described as being generic and his inability to understand others played a role in Retsuko breaking up with him. While Reasuke more or less disappeared from Retsuko’s life since then, Tadano, a tech mogul donkey who acts more like a slacker and was unwilling to marry her, remained supportive of Retsuko despite being exes. Haida’s not without his flaws as Retsuko can attest to, but hearing about some of the other love stories in the Pantheon that involved plenty of questionable individuals that were entitled, psychopathic, or some combination of unsavory traits, was something that Retsuko felt unnerved by, especially if she ended up in a different path that involved looking for a different suitor should Haida not work out in the end. Ultimately, Haida's willingness to still stand by her side during her political campaign, even after a truck ran into him, made Retsuko realize their love for each other was genuine. Which lead to the both of them quickly signing a marriage certificate, permanently cementing their relationship.

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