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Hey guys, this is my Sand Box page for Tropes Pantheon creations. Feel free to edit, but especially big edits should be relayed to me via PM. Thank you.

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  • 3[tup] is a week's waiting period
  • 4[tup] is 3 days waiting period
  • 5[tup] means immediate ascension, 4[tup] for Treasures

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    Deity Template 
God X, God/dess of (Insert Trope Here) (Alternate names/Nicknames, Fan Nickname)
  • An image, if possible. Please use official art or a screenshot for a picture.
  • Potential House:
  • Rank: This can range from Quasideity, Demigod, Lesser God, Intermediate God, Greater God, to Overdeity. This doesn't always have to be a representation of power, but it can also represent influence in the Pantheon.
  • Symbol: An image or icon used to represent the deity.
  • Theme Song: Song that usually is used in affiliation with the character. If the deity is a musician this will most likely be their Signature Song. If possible, give a link for reference, preferably on YouTube.
  • Alignment: Good, evil, neutral etc. Forget about The Great Character Alignment Debate here, the Pantheon is one of the few places where you can assign Dungeons & Dragons alignment to characters that don't have alignment system. After all, the Pantheon is based on D&D.
  • Gender: For Pokémon deities only. Defines the gender of the Pokémon; if genderless, it instead defines what gender they identify as.
  • Ability: Provides the Pokémon's ability. If they can Mega Evolve, the new ability is listed as well.
  • Moves: Defines the four moves used by a Pokémon. A Z-Move may also be listed.
  • Portfolio: Tropes associated with the character.
  • Domains: Things that the character has influence over.
  • Herald: Non-ascended loyal character that is from the same series as the ascended character.
  • High Priest: Non-ascended like heralds, but not from the same series, and can serve as a worthy replacement in case something would happen. They can be served as part-time workers in case the originals are busy with some jobs. Co-Godhood is accepted depending on the approval of the originals, usually if the co-deity is from the same series.
  • Followers: Non-ascended characters that are not part of the Pantheon, but would probably worship this character by the fact that they share the ascended character's trope.
  • Allies: Members of the Pantheon that are allies.
  • Rivals: Members of the Pantheon that are rivals.
  • Enemies: Members of the Pantheon that are foes.
  • Additional Character Relationships: Members of the Pantheon that have various relationships (examples include Enemy Mine, Vitriolic Best Buds, Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, Headbutting Heroes, Friendly Enemy, Friendly Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Partner: Defines a partnership with an ascended deity and Pokémon.
  • Respected by/Respects: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon respect or are respected by.
  • Pitied by/Pities: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon feel pity for or find pitiable.
  • Opposed by/Opposes: Not necessarily the same as "Enemies", but this is used for any deity whom the members of the Pantheon directly opposes or is opposed by, regardless of alignment.
  • Conflicting Opinion: Sometimes, the Deities argue over specific themes and philosophies.
  • Add the Intro. The intro is made up of two trivia, the Ascension Text (or just the Ascension) and The Bio. Both are necessary, but which order you use for them may vary depending on the profile in question. It may be better for one profile to have The Bio first and the Ascension second or vice-versa, although for the most part the order is irrelevant:
    • The Ascension Text: This the story of how the character got into the Pantheon and/or was ascended. There are many ways for this to happen. They may be tricked into it or have simply wandered into the Pantheon, they may have had an already ascended character bring them in, they may already be in the Pantheon (via being another deity's Herald or sharing a trope) and got "promoted", or some combination of the above. Anything is possible in the Pantheon, so use your imagination, but try to incorporate their trope into the story, if possible.
    • The Bio: A brief synopsis on the character's backstory. No need for the character's entire life/production history, but just give enough that those who don't know the character can get an idea of how the character works.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
  • And some more trivia/facts.
  • And a couple of more.

Possible Ascensions

Ideas for tropers to pick up on for ascensions.


Pending Gods Wave 1

    Levi Ackerman 
Levi Ackerman, Humanity's Strongest Soldier (Levi Ackermann, Captain Levi, God Levi, (Chibi) Clean Freak, Captain Clean, Heichou)
  • Potential House: War (Sub-House of Soldiers & Warriors)
  • Lesser God, Intermediate when he goes all-out ("God Levi")
  • Symbol: The emblem of the Survey Corps: "the Wings of Freedom"
  • Theme Song: Die Flügel der Freiheit (also the anime's second opening theme)
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (liable to go all-out Chaotic)
  • Portfolio: The Ace, Badass Normal, Blood-Splattered Warrior, Breakout Character, Charles Atlas Superpower, A Father to His Men, Fragile Speedster, Hope Bringer, Horrifying the Horror, Ineffectual Loner, Inexplicably Awesome, Lightning Bruiser, Neat Freak, Nominal Hero, Reasonable Authority Figure, World's Strongest Man
  • Domains: Anti-Socialism, Cleanliness, Leadership, Rage, Strength
  • Heralds: It took a long time to choose given all the blood on his hands, but he ultimately chose his father, Kenny Ackerman and the original Special Operations Squad (Petra Ral, Oluo Bozado, Eld Jinn, and Gunther Schultz)
  • Allies: Mikasa Ackerman, Eren Yeager, Kamen Rider 1 and 2
  • Enemies: Bertolt Hoover, Annie Leonhart
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with/Feared by: Zeke Yeager
  • Respected by/Respects: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon respect or are respected by.
  • Pitied by/Pities: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon feel pity for or find pitiable.
  • Opposed by/Opposes: Not necessarily the same as "Enemies", but this is used for any deity whom the members of the Pantheon directly opposes or is opposed by, regardless of alignment.
  • Conflicting Opinion: Sometimes, the Deities argue over specific themes and philosophies.
  • Levi Ackerman is a high-ranking member of the Survey Corps in Attack On Titan, born to a prostitute mother who died in his early years. Raised by Kenny Ackerman, her brother, who promptly abandoned once he believed Levi was able to fend for himself, and Levi become a street thug. Erwin Smith, a member of the Survey Corps coerced him into joining them. He had intended to kill Erwin once he got the chance, but soon became one of his most trusted men. It would be a fateful decision.
    • He became the best and most deadly soldier in the Survey Corps, earning the title of "Humanity's Strongest Soldier". That was monumental enough on its own, but his savage beatdown of the Beast Titan convinced the Court of the Gods to grant him godhood after finding that the position of World's Best Warrior was available. When Levi finally ascended into the Pantheon, all his followers rejoiced.
  • Mikasa Ackerman and Eren Yeager were jubilant, as their Captain was back, and with a big load of once deceased military members with him. Now that their leader is back, they hope to take the fight to the Warrior Trio that is still hunting Eren for the powers of the Founding Titan in the Pantheon.

Pending Gods Wave 2

    Kayako Saeki 
Kayako Saeki, Goddess of Post-Mortem Malevolence (Kayako Kawamata, Ju-On, Sayako, Sadakaya)
Click here to see Sadakaya 
  • Potential House: House of Ghosts, Contempt
  • Intermediate Goddess, possible Greater Goddess as Sadakaya
  • Symbol: The Saeki House and the number '4'
  • Theme Song: Ju-On OST
  • Leitmotif: Her death rattle
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: The Big Bad Of The Series, Almost Always Drenched in Blood, Possesses Her Victims, Eerie Pale-Skinned Brunette, Once a Housewife, Anyone Who Gets her Curse Dies, Fuses with Sadako To Form Sadakaya, Killed by Neck Snap, Became A Complete Monster after Death, Has Weaponized Hair, Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl
  • Domains: Curses, Death, Fear, Revenge, Undead
  • Heralds: Toshio Saeki, formerly Toshio Yamaga (her son), Takeo Saeki (her husband and murderer)
  • High Priestess: Sachiko Shinozaki
  • Followers: Matilda Dixon, Suzanne, Yamaoka Rin, Chiharu Kazami
  • Allies: None (nobody's that stupid)
  • Enemies: Sadako Yamamura (forced fusee), Hisako, Alma Wade, The Ghost Kamen Riders (especially Takeru), John Constantine, Sam and Dean Winchester, Harry Dresden, Skulduggery Pleasant, Hellboy, Danny Phantom, all ascended When They Cry deities (especially Shion Shinozaki), Dr. Gero
  • Kindred Spirits with: The House of Vengeance
  • Fears: Chi-Chi
  • Feared by: Practically everybody that isn't immortal or undead like her (especially Demigods and below), but special note goes to the Ghostbusters and those two 501st Legion members
  • Opposed by: Every good-aligned parent in the Pantheon, Goten and Trunks, Zamasu, Kamen Rider 1 and 2
  • Being Scouted By: Atrocitus, Nekron
  • Ju-On. A curse that strikes fear (and death) in the hearts of many. The product of an individual dying a violent death, it is a dark supernatural force that brutally ends every living being it comes in contact with. And there is no more infamous example of this curse's terror than Kayako Saeki. Once an ordinary (albeit shy) Japanese housewife, she was killed by her husband Takeo along with her son Toshio and the family cat Mar after he discovered her love for another mannote  recorded in her journal. Spraining her ankle, getting her neck snapped, and stabbed multiple times in quick succession, she revived as an onryō hell-bent on killing everyone who steps foot in the Saeki household, with Kobayashi and her husband among her first victims. Last seen having merged with Sadako Yamamura to form Sadakaya, her curse has now reached the Pantheonnote .
  • The Ghostbusters happened to be visiting the House of Ghosts to stop another disturbance by King Boo. Walking back to their temple after a successful operation, they stumbled on the old house and wandered inside. Since curiosity kills the cat, they were cornered by Kayako and splattered in the attic. When their remains were found by patrolling 501st stormtroopersnote , they were immediately carted to the House of Life and Death for revival. It took several weeks for them to come back to themselves and retell what happened (which was not pretty). Since then, Kayako's new temple has been relocated to an area farther away from the rest of her neighbours and heavily quarantined to prevent her curse from permeating the rest of the Pantheon.
    • This hasn't hindered Kayako in the slightest, since the Ghostbusters had gotten her curse (as well as the 501st stormtroopers) and it spreads like The Plague. Merely stepping into the Saeki house curses you, and there is no way to break free of it. Granted, the fact that Death Is Cheap in the Pantheon has heavily mitigated the death toll, but Kayako won't cease pursuing whoever has disturbed her abode and this in turn only increases her fear factor. The only way to be directly killed by Kayako now is to step into her temple and remain there long enough for her to attack, as the Ghostbusters discovered to their peril. Only Ray has any semblance of wanting to get back at her.
  • Note that this Kayako is an amalgamation of several versions of herself (the one from the original novel, the one from the first four films, the one from the American adaptation, and the one from the reboot films). The Court has decreed that while this Kayako has memories from all four incarnations of her, she most heavily draws from the Japanese film versions of her. Not that it makes much of a difference anyway, since they all died the same way and share near identical characteristics.
  • Before entering the Pantheon proper, Kayako was one of the many J-Horror ghosts roaming the halls of the Dominion of Heavenly Host Elementary School, killing trapped people there in much the same way as she would have done normally, her infamy rivalling that of the school's main spirit, Sachiko. When Kayako was beamed out of there following her ascension, Sachiko tagged along to became her High Priestess so she could have more fun outside her nightmarish realm. This was tepidly supported by the Main House who saw giving her someone to interact with as a better option compared to her rampaging alone across the Pantheon. To her credit, while mostly ignorant of Sachiko, when she does, Kayako does love her like her own daughter. Sachiko is still disgruntled that the dynamic paints her as the Number Two to Kayako to deities that don't know of Corpse Party, where in Heavenly Host she reigned supreme, yet remains supportive of her so-called mother in killing and torturing, encouraging her in this attitude.
  • Speaking of Toshio, her son is probably the only individual she expresses any sort of affection (or even positive emotion) for. A common tactic of his is to appear as an ordinary child (he is normally a naked pale ghost) to lure sympathetic prey closer for his mother to attack. He mocks them with his signature meow signifying how his soul has merged with that of Mar, the family cat. Besides that, he mostly hangs around his mother, silent and hopeful for new victims to come. New evidence has come to light that Toshio may not be Kayako's child at all. In truth, he is the reincarnation of a child named Toshio Yamaga, left in a closet to die during a heat wave. His resultant Ju-On spirit entered Kayako's womb and fulfilled her wish to have a child. In essence, this means that Takeo's suspicion of Kayako's child not being his was correct and Toshio indirectly caused Kayako's own demise and Ju-On curse.
    • Kayako seems to have a twisted sense of affection towards other children in the Pantheon, and saves them for last in any one of her killing sprees. Some children have tried to help her out (if they're powerful enough). Timmy Turner once wished her back to life, but the power of the curse proved too strong and she snapped back within four seconds. Da Rules probably should update its page. Speaking of power, the only person she was never able to scare or outright kill is Son Chi-Chi, who looked her straight in the face and did....something. Eyewitness reports state that Kayako quailed in terror and disappeared in a pool of blood.
  • Kayako is a very different animal from Sadako Yamamura, the Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl from her sister franchise, the The Ring. Sadako at the very least is seen to have a visible awareness of her abilities, having used her psychic powers to manufacture her signature videotape curse and later adapting to spreading it via the Internet, Kayako's Ju-On curse is almost entirely a byproduct of her violent death and she is entirely fueled by her rage and anger. Because of this, Atrocitus is wondering if he can force her to wear a Red Lantern ring to serve as a weapon for him to kill Krona with. All attempts have proven unsuccessful since you don't control Kayako. She controls you.
    • Zamasu was very intrigued by her arrival. While he groused about how she was an example of the foolishness of mortals as usual, since her love for another man led to her death by an equally foolish and crazy husband. After Terumi suggested he actually do something again for once, he checked out the house to witness one of her murder sprees and had a brief skirmish with her. You can guess who won. Now he has the slightest tinge of respect for her unbridled desire to decimate anyone who comes near her or her family, a slave to her own hatred. The fact that she has a second place in his own House has only increased his interest in manipulating her to commit petty murders for him to ensure plausible deniability.
  • As mentioned above, Kayako can forcibly merge with Sadako Yamamura to form an entity containing both curses: Sadakaya. The resultant spirit has Sadako's attire and mannerisms but emits Kayako's death rattle. The videotape also is played in the doorway of the Saeki household instead of the traditional well. This form has double the power of its constituent ghosts combined and is nigh invulnerable to Intermediate deities and below. Now that they are separated again, it will be unwise to wish for them to fuse again.
    • This hasn't stopped people from trying. Dr. Gero in one of his 'phases' captured Sadako by purposely cursing himself with the videotape and entering Kayako's temple. Once this was accomplished, he used a shock collar to trap Sadakaya and increase the fusion rate via stolen Potara Earrings. The result was 'Super Sadakaya'.

Quinella, Goddess of Combat In The Nude (Administrator, Supreme Pontifex, High Minister of Axiom Church)
Quinella in clothing


BnL Inter-Pantheonic Speedway

  • Location: House of Sports

  • This project was jump-started by Richard Petty with financial support from the Buy n Large Corporation to host the first race of the announced PASCAR season in 2025, the BnL 500. Constructed after it was determined that the Olympus Sports Arena was no longer well-equipped to handle the many sports facilities it could turn into. Hence, most of its racing facilities have been moved to this planned racetrack until the speedway in the Arena has been fully revampednote . With all the destruction taking place in the Pantheon, and the half-constructed speedway destroyed twice, Emmet was drafted to form a new LEGO foundation to prevent its further collapse. Currently, it exists as a dirt track for Petty and his followers to race on, just like the early days of NASCAR, surrounded by temporary grandstands with only Victory Lane being fully built up.

  • The speedway is planned to have 400,000 permanent seats (twice that of Daytona International Speedway) as well as gigantic suites for the Pantheon's larger deities (Jabba the Hutt is interested in the gambling entertainment). On top of that, a shopping mall is planned to circle the speedway, housing the largest BnL superstore in the Pantheon, second to their temple's store. Much celebration was held when the announcement was made that a collectibles store dedicated to selling NASCAR Diecasts (which are in short supply outside the United States) would be opened in the superstore. Portal doors exist to transport visitors to Richard Petty's temple (the Petty Museum).

  • DO NOT step onto the track without permission. You will be run over with extreme prejudice.


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