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Well, this should be my exercise ground, considering I've decided to work on getting new ascensions in the Pantheon. And let's be honest, we all appreciate a giant crossover in one way or another.

So, here is the list of who I will be working on as my Pantheon nominees.

Here is the Remove Background from Image site link for reference. It would be nice if other users can also have this link in their sandbox.

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List of users who can edit my Sandbox (with obvious permission): Bazzardreturns, Super WIKI 1, Excessive-Menace, Vengeful Bale, Yugi 195, Muundeis, wootzits


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    Akira Takizawa and Saki Morimi 
Akira Takizawa and Saki Morimi, Co-Gods of Naked First Impressions (Akira: King of Japan, Air King)
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Left: Akira Takizawa. Right: Saki Morimi.
  • Demigod (Akira), Quasideity (Saki)
  • Symbol: A Cell Phone with the words, Seleção on the screen
  • Theme Song: Falling Down by Oasis and Michael ka Belial by Saori Hayami
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (Akira), Neutral Good (Saki)
  • Portfolio: First Met with One of them being Completely Naked, Often Undecided regarding being with Each Other or Not
  • Domains: Impressions, Conspiracy, Love, Mystery, Amnesia
  • Heralds: The Eden of the East Club (Satoshi Ōsugi, Kazuomi Hirasawa, Mikuru "Micchon" Katsuhara, Haruo Kasuga, "Sis", Yutaka "Panties" Itazu), Juiz, Saizō Atō
  • Allies: Kayla Day, Touya Mochizuki, Yukiteru Amano, Bruce Wayne/Batman, Jason Bourne, Rhyme, Hal, James Bond, Ethan Hunt, The Phantom Thieves of Hearts, Kaban, The Courier
  • Enemies: The Patriots, Lex Luthor, Frank Underwood, 50 Blessings
  • Commonality Connection: Anjra Mainyu (Fate Hollow/ataraxia) (Akira)
  • Wary Of: Yuno Gasai
  • Picture this; you're on a trip abroad to New York City and Washington D.C. for your last year in University and you're observing some of the historical landmarks in the cities. All seems well... until you see a naked boy right beside the White House. And that's how Saki Morimi met a mysterious boy, who has no recollection of himself. And furthering this, the boy happens to possess an unusual phone, where he's in contact with an enigmatic figure named Juiz and also takes a fake passport to give himself the identity of Akira Takizawa. Returning to Japan with Saki, Takizawa discovers that he has ¥8.2 billion in digital money and that he, alongside 11 other people, is part of a group called the Seleção, and that they're in a game where the goal of the player is to use the ¥10 billion that they've been loaned by to "save" Japan. Joined along by Saki, Takizawa plays the game, competing against the others whilst also making sure she doesn't completely use up his money or use them for self-benefit, lest be eliminated by death by a "Supporter". They also search for clues regarding Mr Outside, who is later revealed to be Saizō Atō, an elderly businessman who aided in providing financial and infrastructural support for post-WWII Japan and the hidden twelfth Seleção.
    • As the games become more intense and their opponents, including a police officer and a Serial Killer of Rapists, Takizawa and Saki begin to develop feelings for one another and receive further aid from the Eden of the East Club, who join along after realizing the stakes of the game they were in. Additionally, Takizawa also realizes that he was part of "Careless Monday", an apparent terrorist attack where 10 missiles struck Japan with no casualties and no one taking responsibility, when in reality, Takizawa actually transported 20,000 Neet's to Dubai, who actually managed to evacuate the missile targets just before contact. This was where Takizawa had his memory erased prior in an effort to save the NEET's from being branded as terrorists. When 60 more missiles are launched by another pair of Seleção, Daiju Mononobe and Ryō Yūki, alongside the fact that Juiz is actually a supercomputer, Takizawa hatches a scheme with Saki and Eden to lead them to the rooftop of a shopping mall where he took residence, just as the NEET's come back from a cargo ship from Dubai. He then calls Juiz to call upon the Japan Self-Defense Forces to interrupt the incoming missiles. Takizawa then declares himself the "King of Japan" and vanishes, though not before slipping his cell phone onto Saki's pocket.
    • Takizawa and Saki would reunite six months later through circumstances bought upon by Mononobe, though by that point, Takizawa was unable to recognize Saki due to having his memory erased. He does accept his former identity soon after and learns that he is speculated to be the illegitimate son of former Japanese Prime Minister Seijiro Iinuma. Alongside duelling against Mononobe for who gets to win between the Seleção players, Takizawa travels to Japan to confirm whether he is related to Iinuma, whilst along the way, the Eden of the East Club is shut down, despite a period of successful business, due to getting hacked by Mononobe. Finally meeting one another at Iinuma's home which was now occupied by his wife, Chisuga, Takizawa and Monnobe discuss how they would win the game, with the latter telling the former to "retire" in an attempt for Mononobe to seize control of the Japanese government, though Takizawa proposes his idea of using an app known as "Airship" where he roleplays as a terrorist but encouraging others to change society for the better and handing out a yen to a participant. This act impressed Atō who decided to declare all of the surviving Seleção as winners and having their memories erased, except Takizawa's who is now immune to the effects, and later discovering that he was not related to Iinuma. He once again departs from Saki, though not before leaving her a kiss and the latter muses about how the Eden of the East Club to provide for the NEET's whereas Takizawa and Atō talk about plans for what's to come up for the future...
  • It had been a while since Takizawa and Saki's story was finished, as far as anyone knew. So one would ask the question of what became of the future plans that Takizawa and Atō were talking about. One particular day, the Eden of the East Club got a digital message that was referring to Saki. When she took hold of it, the message stated that she and Akira were to together represent something known as the Trope Pantheons. On one hand, this may mean a possible reunion between her and Takizawa, which happened a few days later. On Takizawa's side, he stated that the Pantheon was something that Atō ad bought up at some point during their conversation and that an award for his victory in the challenge between the Seleção was to take part in a new world full of unexpected opportunities and experiences. And when Takizawa and Saki got a first glimpse of the Pantheon, they were unsure of what to do, now that they're looking at non-existent technology, bizarre creatures, extraterrestrials and sorcery and magic being abundant in a new realm that they're to be taking part of. To their fortune, the Eden of the East Club decided to join along as their heralds. Surely, they want to ensure Takizawa and Saki aren't alone, even if they themselves aren't proper representatives.

    Bianca Piper and Wesley Rush 

    Cimorelli 
Cimorelli, Sextet Goddesses of Self Empowerment Anthems
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The band, prior to Dani's Departure.

    Derek Vinyard 
Derek Vinyard, God of Past Events Shown in Monochrome
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Derek as a Neo-Nazi/Pre-Redemption 
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A decrepit/washed off Swatsika (an allegory for Derek's former ties to Neo-Nazism)
  • Theme Song: Two Brothers, Benedictus
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, formerly Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Former Neo-Nazi who Wishes to Atone for his Sins and Not Let Danny go Down the Path He Did, Became a Racist due to his Father's Death and Wanted to Persecute Anyone Not White Because of It, Once Believed he was Doing the Right Thing, Heel–Face Turn, The Curb-Stomper, Was Raped in Prison which Contributes to his Change as a Person, The Ace, Took a Level in Kindness Beware the Nice Ones
  • Domains: Neo-Nazis, Hate, Family, Redemption, Remorse
  • Allies: B.J. Blazkowicz
  • Enemies: Anyone Associated with Nazis and Anyone Inspired by Them, including Neo-Nazis
  • Derek Vinyard was once an intelligent and gifted, albeit ordinary man living in Venice, Los Angeles. That is, until his father, Dennis was killed by black gangbangers while he was doing his job as a firefighter. This caused Derek to develop a seething hatred towards Black People and, by extension, anybody who wasn't White-Skinned. He then ended up joining a White Supremacist Neo-Nazi gang, the Disciples of Christ, led by Cameron Alexander. Derek became a valued member due to his general knowledge, charisma and leadership skills, often demonizing and attacking properties and settlements that belonged to non-White People and his beliefs soon caused him to distance himself from his family. One night, three Black People were attempting to carjack Derek, who proceeded to kill two of them (the second one with a literal curb-stomp. Arrested and sentenced to three years for voluntary manslaughter, Derek feels alienated by the White Supremacists incarcerated there and is prison-raped for refusing an offer, causing him to reconsider his life choices and later befriending a Black Person, Lamont, who manages to open Derek up to being more vocal about his experiences and for general banter. Along with Lamont and his former school principal, Dr. Robert Sweeney, Derek is able to fully shed off his Neo-Nazi ties by the time his sentence is reached.
    • Derek returned home, only to see that while is family is overjoyed to see him come back, he himself is dismayed to see his younger brother, Danny, inspired by his former self and attempt to join the Disciples of Christ. He went to Cameron, verbally slandered him and call him out for using his followers only for himself and promptly cuts ties to him, the Disciples of Christ and all of his former Neo-Nazi friends. Although Danny was infuriated to see how his older brother was ditching his reputation behind, Derek told him the circumstances about his experience in prison, which ended up changing Danny's view towards Neo-Nazism. The two were ready to turn their lives around for the better, only for tragedy to ensure when Danny was suddenly shot to death in school by a Black student he feuded with a day ago, just as Derek arrives too late and cradles his brother's corpse, lamenting how how he was responsible for Danny's former views and, by extension, his death.
  • It is currently unknown what happens to Derek after the death of Danny. There was speculation in which Derek shaved his head and returned to being a Neo-Nazi, but such claims were quick to be taken down as most stated that Derek would have no reason to go back to his old life and being a racist again. And in the day Derek ascended into the Pantheon, the latter turned out to be true, he was, indeed, the same changed man when he came out of prison, even if the death of his younger brother has left him incredibly traumatized and devastated.
  • The day Derek ascended into the Pantheon, he was taken under by the House of Personality to be given a private talk about his experiences and how they changed him. Derek explained that his father's death affected him a lot, granted that he looked up to him a d that his racist views and Nazi-esque beliefs were more stemmed from personal grief and anger. While there is sympathy to be found, he has been condemned for some of his acts, namely the grocery store attack and the unnecessary curb-stomping of one of his attackers. Still, Derek did redeem himself, though the weight of his actions still weighs strong on him. He has vowed that he can try to help others who have been through a similar situation to him and to stop others from going down the same path that he did. He's learned that redemption is a hard road to walk through, but if others can endure it, then so can he.
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    Helena Bertinelli/Huntress 

    Johnny (American Idiot
Johnny, God of Rock Operas (Jesus of Suburbia, St. Jimmy [both of these are up for interpretation whether they're Split Personalities or not])
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    Morgan (Arthurian Myth) 
Any siblings deities who feel they should rule a kingdom instead of their other sibling. Any envious siblings who tried to ruin the other? Since Morgan hated Guenivere, are there any ladies who may remind Morgan of Guenivere?

Morgan Le Fey, Goddess of Being Related in the Adaptation (Morgaine, Morgain, Morgana, Morganna, Morgant, Morgana Pendragon)

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    Ponette 
Ponette, Goddess of Feeling the Loss of a Parent
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  • Quasideity
  • Symbol:
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment:
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains:

    Shelby Family 
The Shelby's note , Divine Crime Family of Morally Questionnable Acts
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(left to right) Esme, John, Isiah, Ada, Arthur, Tommy, Polly, Michael, Lizzie, Finn, and Linda.

    Thane 
Thane, God of Power-Suppressing Garbs (Healer, Phoenix)
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    Tupac and Biggie Smalls 
Tupac Amaru Shakur and Christopher George Latore Wallace, Divine Kings of Hip-Hop (Tupac: Lesane Parish Crooks [his birth name], 2Pac, Pac, Makaveli. Christopher: The Notorious B.I.G., Biggie Smalls, The Black Frank White, Big Poppa)
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Left: Tupac. Right: Biggie

    Zander Family 
Alice, Paulina "Lina" and Doris Zander, Cursed Family Representatives of the Ouija Board
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Top: Alice and Lina Respectively. Bottom: Doris
  • Quasideities (Doris exhibits Lesser Goddess powers upon becoming Possessed)
  • Symbol: The Ouija Board
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment:
  • Portfolio: Once had Possession of the Ouiji Board, Developing Doomed Characters
  • Domains: Family, Curses, Boards, Demonic Possession, Death
  • Allies:
  • Opposes: Nazi-Based Deities
  • On Good Terms With: Benevolent Death Personifications in the House of Life and Death
  • Pitied By: House of Family
  • A seemingly ordinary family decides to buy a house in Los Angeles. Nothing seems to be wrong... until it turns out the home itself is built over a basement that's become a makeshift-graveyard and the house, years ago was occupied by a Nazi Doctor. Things soon turned worse, when the matriarch, Alice decided to buy a Ouija board and the younger daughter, Doris, played with it alone constantly. Soon enough, she was possessed by a demon and went on to cause a rampage throughout the surrounding, Doris's loved ones and those who were caught in the crossfire. The attempt to exorcise the demon came with the heavy cost off Doris's life as well as Alice as the older daughter, Paulina remained the only survivor. Even after all this, the terror of the Ouija board persisted...
  • While a physical copy is yet to be headlined, the Ouija board does maintain a popular, yet controversial topic in the Pantheon. The story of the Zander family was public and many took this as a sign to be wary about the Ouija board if it ever gets into the Pantheon. Still, they did wonder if Alice and Doris ever got the peace they got after their deaths. It turned out their spirit managed to linger into the House of Life and Death.
    • Lina was soon incarcerated in a mental institution was forced to live with the guilt of killing her sister and mother to prevent the possessing demon from attacking others and distorting their minds. Lonely and desperate for company, she approached the Court of the Gods to discuss what can be done to remedy her situation. The Court stated that with her trying to contact Doris and inadvertently restarting the horrors of the board's demonic nature, she was to take probation and take therapy to cope with her stress. It doesn't help with her using makeshift Ouija board to try communicating with Doris's spirit.
    • Lina would eventually learn that her being in the Pantheon would also mean that her mother and sister would too. That said, she would have to enter the House of Life and Death to make contact with them and even then, she's wasn't certain if Alice and Doris would notice her, given the House is filled with souls migrating from one place to another.
  • Alice and Doris were reunited with the former's husband (and the latter's father after their deaths) and it was stated that he too was among the many migratory souls traversing the Pantheon in search of his own peace and comfort alongside his family. However, when Lina made her way into the House of Life and Death, she couldn't find her father, yet was able to find Alice and Doris through some luck and tough searching. It was a heartfelt reunion, with Death himself deciding to allow Lina some happiness and restore Alice's and Doris's physical bodies and transfer their souls into them.

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    Spawn 
Spawn, God of Nineties Anti Heroes (Al Simmons, The Guardian, Sad Man, Omega Spawn)
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  • Greater God (was once an Overdeity)
  • Symbol: His Emblem
  • Theme Song: "(Can't You) Trip Like I Do"
  • Alignment: True Neutral or Neutral Good, depending on the situation.
  • Portfolio: The Atoner, Badass Baritone, Anti-Hero (particularly the kind seen in 90s comics), Charred Body, Badass Cape, Domestic Abuser (ironic), Good Is Not Nice But Dark Is Not Evil, Jerk with a Heart of Gold, Military Superhero, Using Guns Despite Having Powers, Heel Realization
  • Domains: Undead, Magic, War.
  • Followers: Angel, Black Scorpion
  • Allies: Dante, Sparda, Ghost Rider, Jackie Estacado, Jason Todd, Eric Draven, Wolverine, the Venom Symbiote, Scorpion, Sub-Zero, The Guy, Batman, The Doom Slayer, Cuphead and Mugman, Hellboy
  • Rivals: Heihachi Mishima, Link
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork(?): Many of the Good-aligned Angels.
  • Enemies: Satan (both of them), Lucifer, YHVH, Joker, Kefka Palazzo, Nekron, The Four Horsemen, Loki's Brood, The Lich, Lex Luthor, Mundus, Nightmare, Kronika, Noob Saibot, Shao Kahn, Pennywise, Sweet Tooth, Thanos, Darkseid, Zeus, Gauron, Griffith, Godhand, The Idea of Evil, Meridia, The Klowns, Springtrap, Scott Shelby, Slenderman, Brave Companions, Freddy Krueger, Soul Calibur
  • Odd Friendship: Yomi
  • A product of the Nineties in which many of their heroes went Darker and Edgier, Spawn exemplifies many elements of that time; wearing nearly all black, being an Anti-Hero, using guns, willingness to kill, and dealing with darker themes. However, he was popular enough to survive through the nineties and make a proper place in the comic world.
  • Once a man named Al Simmons, he committed his first murder at the age of 19 when he killed a molester who was molesting his little brother. It went down hill from there. He became a cruel mercenary who took his frustration out on his wife, Wanda. Ironically enough, it was only when he was murdered and became a Hell-Spawn when he realized how much of a heel he was and wanted to atone for his sins. Though, he is still willing to kill people, even if only the bad guys.
  • Despite what others may think, Spawn can work well with many of the good-aligned Angels in the pantheon. In fact, he dated one back in his home world.
  • Actually became close friends with Yomi. This is because Spawn protected many homeless people back in his world. Yomi respects him for that. She is, however, upset that he won't eat her bean sprouts.
  • Spawn's most notable feature is his suit, which is actually a demon named Leetha of the 7th House of K. It grants Spawn the ability to fly and use his chains and cape as weapons while feeding off of his ectoplasm.
  • Opposes both YHVH and Lucifer as their actions remind him a bit of his world's version of God and Satan. Though, the latter two are saints compared to the former two. He also doesn't tolerate any other of the High Gods or Demons who cruelly manipulate others to their causes or thise who would conquer and destroy others.
  • Being acquainted with the Soul Series deities, is sometimes invited to battle them, which he does by turning his cape into an axe. For some reason, he gets annoyed when Heihachi Mishima and Link show up too.
  • Was once so powerful that he actually outranked both the God and Satan of his world. It was during this state that he actually stopped the apocalypse and reshaped the universe.
  • Despite having incredible powers, Spawn mainly relies on his guns. The reason is too much use of his powers drains his ectoplasm, and were it to be completely spent, he'd get sent right back to Hell. While he doesn't have that problem while in the Pantheon, he still uses guns out of habit. Incidentally, when he enter the pantheon, he made a trip to the Armory to "borrow" the guns in there.
  • With the exception of Dante Sparda, whom he actually respects (this extends to the Devil Hunter's father as well) Spawn seems to coincidentally bump into other dark-and-edgy anti-heroes, such as Shadow and Ryuko Matoi. Many have joked that their "edginess" attract one to the other. They aren't amused.
  • Because of his encounter with The Violator, he gain a big hatred for clowns. So he all to happy to blast the heads of sone of the evil clowns in the pantheon like The Joker, Sweet Tooth,Pennywise and the Klowns. The latter he dealt with when he enter their circle spaceship. There were plenty of "cotton candy" splattered that day of the Pantheon
  • Became allies with both The Guy and Venom as they were brought to life by the same creator.
  • Once thought to have come back from the dead thanks to the love of his wife. Turns out it was more out of guilt for abusing her and intentionally causing her to have a miscarriage, the latter coming back to bite him later in life. He is, however, atoning for his horrible mistakes.
  • Out of all his allies, he prefers to work with The Doom Slayer. Not only is he a fellow demon ass kicker, he is also the quietest who whether let his guns do the talking.
  • Detest the mad mercenary Gauron because his behavior reminds me of the past teammate when he was alive name Chapel who too was a psychopathic mercenary.
  • Even if their worlds are complete opposite when it comes to tone, Spawn has made allies with both Cuphead and Mugman. Anybody who could play the Devil himself and come on top garner much respect.
  • Actually made it to the Mortal Kombat universe where he became allies with both Scorpion and Sub-Zero. Though, he just refer to them as Fire and Ice and finds their in-fighting irritating.
  • Garnered a kinship with Johnny Blaze aka Ghost Rider since both made deals with devil-like beings that had tragic outcome. He also expressed pity for many of the Magi magical girls who made contracts and not realizing until it was too late how much of a mistake it was.
  • Is willing to go after any deities who were known to have harmed children to a sick degree since he is reminded of his encounter with Billy Kincaid. He actually did battle with the sadistic Brave Companion that ended badly with them. Especially with Rorge who got speared ass first from his chains and which came out of his eyes, ears and mouth.

    Gwangi 
Gwangi, God of Prehistoric Monsters (Gwangi the Great)
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    Jean-Luc Picard 
Jean-Luc Picard, God of Exasperation (Locutus of Borg, The Picard, Johnny, Kamin, Galen)
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    Kairi (Kingdom Hearts
Kairi, Goddess of Childhood Friends (K)
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    Lea 
Lea, God of Deadly Rings (The Flurry of Dancing Flames, Axel, Number VIII)
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Click here  to see his Nobody, Axel

    Obi-Wan Kenobi 
Obi-Wan Kenobi, God of Mentors (Ben Kenobi, Old Ben, OB-1, Ewan A Bad Movie)
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Ben Kenobi 
Obi-Wan as a Padawan 
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His blue lightsaber
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: The Force, Well-Intentioned Lies, Calmness In Death, Spirit Advisors
  • Domains: The Force, Mind, Mysticism, Spirit, Wisdom, Order, Masters, Teachers
  • Followers: Splinter, Stick, Rufus
  • Allies: Qui-Gon Jinn, Darth Vader (as Anakin), Luke Skywalker, Leia Organa, Yoda, Padmé Amidala, Ahsoka Tano, C-3PO and R2-D2, Jar Jar Binks, Albus Dumbledore, Celestia Ralgris
  • Enemies: Darth Maul, Emperor Palpatine, Count Dooku, General Grievous
  • A long time ago, on the desert planet of Tatooine, there lived an old hermit known as Ben Kenobi; his heart full of regret and stories to tell. But there was much more to him than meets the eye. For "Ben" was in truth Obi-Wan Kenobi; Jedi knight and general in the Clone Wars. Once tutored by Masters Yoda and Qui-Gon Jinn, Obi-Wan would climb the ranks of the Jedi Order to become a master and mentor an apprentice of his own... a former slave named Anakin Skywalker. Sadly, Obi-Wan bore witness to the Fall of the Old Republic. He was nearly killed during Order 66, discovered his former apprentice and friend had turned to the Dark Side, becoming Darth Vader, and was forced to confront him on Mustafar, where he bested and left Vader to die amongst the molten rock. Following the battle, Kenobi was tasked by Master Yoda to travel to Tatooine to watch over Anakin's son Luke, as well as to continue his Jedi training. Eventually, Obi-Wan would be called upon to rescue Princess Leia of Alderaan from the Empire and left the desert world, taking Luke as well to teach the boy the ways of the Force. Their journey, unfortunately, hit a minor snag. Alderaan had been destroyed, wiped out by the Imperial Death Star, and the Princess was trapped inside. While Luke and his allies went to rescue her, Kenobi was confronted by his former apprentice, more machine now than man. The two had one last duel, but Obi-Wan was quickly struck down...
    • Or so it would have seemed.

    Onslaught 
Onslaught, God of Literal Split Personalities
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    Sayaka Miki 
Sayaka Miki, Goddess of Surprising Reveals (Oktavia von Seckendorff)
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Oktavia 

    T-800 Model 101, Mark 2/The Terminator 

    Tailed Beasts 
The Tailed Beasts, Gods of Multiple-Tailed Beasts

    Vanitas 
Vanitas, God of Removed Inner Enemies (The Masked Boy, Source of the Unversed, Ventus-Vanitas)
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Unmasked Vanitas 

    Yoshi 
Yoshi, God of Friendly Mount Creatures (T. Yoshisaur Munchakoopas, Omnivore of the Year, Mario's Happy-Go-Lucky Steed)
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Adoptable Profiles:

    The Little Rascals 
The Little Rascals note , Collective Gods of Casting Changes in Short Time Spans
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The Kids's 1994 Incarnations

    Ryuji Goda 
Ryuji Goda, God of Demanding a Good Challenge for Satisfaction

    Slayer 
Slayer, Titans of Thrash Metal
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: The Band Logo, surrounded by four swords crossing into a Pentagram or a grey Eagle.
  • Signature Song: Angel of Death, Raining Blood, Black Magic, Hell Awaits, South of Heaven, War Ensemble''
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (Often mistaken for Chaotic Evil)
  • Members: Tom Araya, Kerry King, Paul Bostaph, Gary Holt
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Heavy Metal, Controversy, Aggression, Influence, Horrible History
  • High Priest: Kreator
  • Followers: Death Angel, Overkill, Havok

Non-Character Nominations:

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Ascended Nominations

     Newcomers - A-F 

    Newcomers - G-M 

    Newcomers - N-Z 

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    Miscellaneous 

Miscellaneous

    Character/Figure Ideas (Also Available for Adoption) 
Anyone is free for taking these characters, so as long as you DM me about adopting them.

    Adoption Thoughts 
A list of Ideas by other users and contributors that I may end up asking for adoption due to interest and/or knowledge of them. Reminder that I should message a user before adoption and/or suggesting the idea in the forums.

    Rework Suggestions 
A list of profiles that I might consider doing an overhaul for, mainly to have them up-to-date, expand on their roles and/or provide more context in their Pantheonic position.

    Groups 
  • Umbra Vindices note : An organization created by Nagato as numerous villains and antagonists began to see themselves as favouring working with heroes over other villains. Nagato intends for the organization to be composed of villains and anti-heroes who don't really feel at home with either other heroes, villains or their own house, but remains firm about providing and helping for the greater good. They tend to seclude themselves from alliances given the number of members with questionable pasts but are willing to relay and send intel and aid to the GUAG and the more benevolent members of the GUAL and GUAC.


The LeaderNagato
Supporting LeaderObito Uchiha
Co-DragonsDarth Vader, Golbez and Vlad von Carstein
The BruteBen Solo/Kylo Ren
The HeartLeonard Snart/Captain Cold and Victor Fries/Mr. Freeze
The ChickNine the Phantom
The BusinessmenPhilip Price and Tyrell Wellick
The KidsIllyasviel von Einzbern, Aya Drevis and Claus
The PhilosopherCyrus
Guest-Star Party MemberSettra the Imperishable (For Temporary Leadership)



  • The Nine Mortarchs: As his presence in the Pantheon became well known and feared, Nagash once again sought to collect a series of individuals focused on the Undead or related to recreate the Mortarchs. However, with the certain exception of Mannfred von Carstein, none of the original members, especially Arkhan the Black, were ascended into the Pantheon. To make up for this, Nagash had his minions scour the Pantheon in search of potential candidates for a new line of Mortarchs. With a new selection in line, save for Mannfred who has since regained his position as lieutenant, Nagash is ready to have his Mortarchs work or serve him for the benefit of destruction, strife and the ultimate domination of the Undead.

The LeaderNagash the Undying
Mortarch of NightMannfred von Carstein
Mortarch of DepravityKonrad von Carstein
Mortarch of DeceptionQuan Chi
Mortarch of InsanityKing Boo
Mortarch of DesireGul'dan
Mortarch of BeastZhaitan
Mortarch of DarknessCount Orlok
Mortarch of YouthSpooky
Mortarch of SlaughterNoob Saibot
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