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Division One (Violent Crimes Bureau)

Commonly known as Division One, they handle any and all cases of violent crime and murder in the Pantheon, investigating up to mass murder, but genocide-level murders are to be left to higher-ranked deities in the Main House. Do not underestimate them as ordinary people though. They will not hesitate to refute that with extreme prejudice.


    Kiyonaga Matsumoto 
Kiyonaga Matsumoto, Patron Officer of Giant Authority Figures and Deputy Commanding Officer of Division One (Kristopher McLaughlin, Irish)
  • Demigod
  • Police Rank: O-7 (Superintendent)
  • Symbol: The scar across his eye
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (Lawful Evil when Irish impersonated him)
  • Reason for Joining: His promotion to Senior Superintendent in the Tokyo MPD actually necessitated a transfer for him, and that transfer was to the Pantheon on behalf of the PSB, which he has no problem with.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: High. Like his subordinate Megure, he is very certain to nip crimes in the bud, especially when they involve the slaughter of a deity's loved ones. He's so business-like on the job compared to the fatherly Megure.
  • Threat Level: Medium to High. He's usually a very gentle giant akin to Hagrid, but will step in to protect victims and colleagues if they are put in the line of fire.
  • Whenever Superintendent Phelps becomes acting Deputy Commissioner, Matsumoto assumes direct command of Division One in the interim. If he's out of commission, Superintendent Yagami from Division Four commands in his stead. Both are committed to ending Kira's reign of terror and hold over his Japan's population.
  • Rumoured to have single-handedly defended the 77th from a surprise attack by the Kingpin and a coalition of gangs from the House of Crime. True or not, he's perfectly capable of doing that. Is very wary of security around him and attempts to sedate or capture him since a Black Organization member once incapacitated and impersonated him for a few days.
  • Owing to his actor's death and subsequently being Put on a Bus, it was decided that he is exempt from the mandate on secrecy regarding the Black Organization. Hence, he knows of the Organization's existence but not Conan's identity, and works closely with Intelligence Superintendent and his successor Hyoue Kuroda to flush out Rum's identity. Another reason he was tasked to work with Kuroda is because he himself could be Rum.

Homicide Unit (HMCU)

They handle cases of murder and manslaughter in the Pantheon. This can range from the self-inflicted gunshot courtesy of Johan Liebert, dream murders by Freddy Krueger or executions carried out outside the appropriate houses. Courtesy of Conan, his herald, Inspector Megure, and most of his underlings serve in this unit. Owing to the myriad amounts of gore and trauma they have experience (and the occasional resurrection by Virtuous), this unit is regarded as the most prestigious yet most difficult of the entire police force.

    Juzo Megure 
Juzo Megure, Patron Officer of Officers Overshadowed By the Amateur Sleuth (Megure-keibu, Inspector, Inspector-dono, Keibu-dono, Joseph Meguire)
  • Quasideity
  • Police Rank: O-6 (Chief Inspector)
  • Symbol: His mustache and big hat
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Reason for Joining: He's had so much happen to him the Tokyo MPD, so he thought it wouldn't be so bad if he did double duty in the Pantheon.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: Very High. Like most of his team, he has a strong moral conviction towards criminals and that crime shouldn't be committed, no matter how honourable the motive. He'll protect victims if it means getting beaten within an inch of his life. Which he has.
  • Threat Level: Medium at best. Dedication can only get a rotund, middle-aged officer so far. He has his close connection to Kogoro and Conan going for him, so there's that.
  • He's A Father to His Men, but he has close to no tolerance for his officers' incompetence and is quick to start yelling at them for apparent misdemeanours. On their end, most of the non-Detective Conan officers find him too conservative and inflexible in thinking to accept odd solutions. Dirty Harry was once scolded by Superintendent Phelps for shouting back. Considered for promotion to the honorary rank of Chief Inspector, the first ever after conducting dangerous rescue work after a terrorist attack on the Checkpoints in the midst of the Black Organization's ascension. This ultimately didn't come to pass due to Megure's own misgivings and the scruples regarding 'the mandate'.
  • Unofficially the commanding officer of the Homicide Unit on behalf of Inspector G. Lestrade, who offered him early movement to the Pantheon and a place as his high priest in exchange for supporting his ascension under the trope Inspector Lestrade. Although this has been made very clear beforehand, higher-ups like Judge Dredd have accused him of cronyism since his entire team got beamed up with him. Their official status as Conan's additional heralds mitigates that.
  • Has some ugly scarring on his head from when he was hit full-on in the face by a car protecting his future wife Midori from a car-runner. A lot of curious colleagues want to see the scarring, but the Inspector never removes his hat for any reason whatsoever, even when in the hospital.
  • Heads up the 66th Precinct, the police station serving the vicinity of the House of Profession.

    Ninzaburo Shiratori 
Ninzaburo Shiratori, Patron Officer of Posh Detectives (Nicholas Santos)
  • Demigod
  • Police Rank: O-5 (Inspector), promoted again after demotion
  • Symbol: The symbol of the Tokyo MPD and courage, a sakura flower
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Reason for Joining: When Megure and Akai joined the 77th, he brought up all his attached detectives, including, Sato, Takagi and Chiba. He thought it would be interesting to work with the many cops from all walks of fiction.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: High. Most of this dedication stems from a childhood experience defending a girl from robbers. That girl bought him a drink with a sakura petal pattern from the straw wrapper, saying that the sakura was a symbol of the bravery he showed earlier. This caused Shiratori's passion for law to reach new heights and inspired him to pursue a career in the police rather than law.
  • Threat Level: Medium. He's a good officer, but an ordinary human. A superpowered being would fling him like a frisbee.
  • Was demoted to Detective for running a police group to boycott the dates of Detective Sato and Takagi simply because he and the members were Green Eyed Monsters, being personally dressed down by Godot even though that was after he found his true love Kobayashi. This was done to prove a point to other officers that such misdemeanours were treated seriously.
  • After proving his worth as an exemplary leader he was re-promoted to Inspector and placed in command of the 17th Precinct, the station serving the House of Cultures. This station is very close to the 66th Precinct, so he spends just as much time there as he does his own station.

    Will Graham 
Will Graham, Co-God of Murderers Consulting
  • Demigod
  • Police Rank: O-5 (Police Captain)
  • Symbol: Two figures sit on the opposite end of a criminal jail cell
  • Alignment: Neutral Good with Chaotic Neutral leanings
  • Reason for Joining: With the establishment of a proper police force, he joined to help loosen Hannibal Lecter's corrupting influence on him. He's actually an officer from Internal Affairs to monitor Hannibal and keep the force updated on his killing as well as watch over the killer officers in his unit.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: Medium. While he's certainly dedicated to putting killers behind bars, his complicated relationship with Hannibal Lecter.
  • Threat Level: High. His ties to Hannibal Lecter make him deadly as all hell. His prowess at understanding the thinking of a killer when analyzing the crime scene makes him one of the best criminal profilers in the Pantheon.
  • Formerly an agent in his homeworld life, but he isn't to be trusted with such confidential roles as of yet.
  • Has a low rank both to avoid scrutiny and to mitigate any problems his relationship with Hannibal Lecter might bring. Inspector Lunge from Internal Affairs is a Morality Pet of sorts to him.

    John Hartigan 
John Hartigan, God of Heroic Suicide
  • Demigod
  • Police Rank: O-4 (Detective Lieutenant), serves double-duty in Internal Affairs
  • Symbol: The distinctive scar on his forehead
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (used to be Lawful Good)
  • Reason for Joining: Like a good portion of other cops in the 77th, he's seen his fair share of corruption, greed and despotism in his city's administration. He's seen the worst of what it has to offer, so much so that he killed himself because of it to spite the one behind it all. Now that Senator Roark and his son are alive and well again, he wants them down in the deepest pits of every version of Hell in the Pantheon.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: Was once Low due to the humiliation he received at the hands of Roark, and him losing faith in the police for being jailed unlawfully. It's returned to Very High levels since he knows that the 77th and the House of Justice is much fairer and capable of keeping corruption at a mostly inconsequential level in the Pantheon.
  • Threat Level: High. He freaking castrated a serial rapist who got away the first time due to pulling a 'Screw the Rules, I Have Connections!' on him. And that was the second time. Granted, being part of a police force again means he has to rein in any semblance of vengeful instincts lest he end up like Dirty Harry, demoted and put in a less strenuous unit.
  • Only listens completely to Deputy Commissioner Gordon, since he's been combatting a city rife with corruption and supervillains to boot, and succeeded.

    Mark Hoffman 
Detective Lieutenant Mark Hoffman, Herald of Jigsaw and Divine Follower of Serial Copycat Killers and Detective Moles (Hoffman, Jigsaw II, The Copycat Jigsaw, The Jigsaw Killer)
  • Demigod
  • Police Rank: O-4 (Detective Lieutenant)
  • Symbol: The Jigsaw symbol (you know the one)
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (feigns Lawful Good in the course of his duties)
  • Reason for Joining: As one of Jigsaw's heralds, he's been here since the building was constructed to keep tabs on criminals in the Pantheon for John to test.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: Low to medium at best. Everyone can see how much of a faker he is. Since the opening ceremony of HQ, they've always known he's an apprentice of Jigsaw. He has a sadistic streak in him whenever he has the chance to beat a criminal that is unbefitting of an officer.
  • Threat Level: High. He's a deadly police officer in his own right, but god forbid if the criminal he catches ends up on Jigsaw's list. Not to mention his extremely high pain tolerance. He escaped an inescapable version of John's own Reverse Bear Trap with a mound of flesh torn from his bottom lip and bleeding copiously and still had the strength to come after the one who had trapped him. If he's after you, don't bother running, you're only delaying the inevitable.
  • Hoffman is obviously corrupt in the worst way possible, but as Sun Tzu said 'keep your friends close and your enemies closer'. More pragmatic cops on the force have opted to let him keep his job so long as Internal Affairs watches his every move. That isn't changing a thing, but it's better than locking him up and risking John's ire.
  • Has unofficial command of the 72nd Precinct, the 77th's station servicing the vicinity of the House of Slaughter where the bloodiest of crimes goes to. Unofficial mind you. Many of the officers stationed there have roughly equal rank and aren't afraid to strongarm him into submission if his actions reach traitorous levels. He's only there because serial deaths are his forte.

    Wataru Takagi and Miwako Sato 
Wataru Takagi and Miwako Sato, Patron Couple of the Almost Kiss (Wataru: Takagi-kun, Takagi-niisan, Harry Wilder | Sato: Sato, Sato-san, Miwako, Miwako-san, Saimone Miwako, Division One's Own Miss Universe)
Takagi (left), Sato (right)
  • Demideities
  • Police Rank: O-4 (Assistant Police Inspector, Sato), O-3 (Detective Sergeant, Takagi), promoted
  • Symbol: A shot of them being interrupted mid-kiss
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Reason for Joining: As stated above, Megure brought every member of his division up with him, and they follow his lead.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: High. They are dedicated officers who are devoted to protecting innocent lives, especially young children who they specialize in dealing with. Of course, their ultimate dedication is to each other...
  • Threat Level: Medium. Sato is the most dangerous officer in her world's police force, and can battle men as large as Kingpin and come out on top. Takagi is similarly proficient in martial arts though he's more of a Shrinking Violet in this department.
  • Takagi has a reputation for getting himself into near-death experiences from going too far into a case. Including several times Alone with the Psycho. Let's hope he doesn't sit in the same room as the Joker. Or Johan Liebert. Or Shou Tucker. However, the many times he's saved lives and put his life on the line has earned a lot of notice from the upper brass who offered him a promotion to Senior Detective. He was about to refuse but Sato encouraged him.
  • Sato is basically the division's Miss Universe, because just like in her homeworld, nearly every officer has a crush on her, with the danger levels to Takagi worse than ever since this is less Played for Laughs than usual. The upper brass may need to apply for a restraining order, but it hasn't reached that point. Shiratori's demotion certainly deterred a lot of would-be pursuers. And what's worse is that Sato is the only prominent female officer in her unit.
  • Often visit the House of School for speeches or handing out pamphlets because children are their specialty.

    Kyoko Kirigiri 
Kyoko Kirigiri, Goddess of Conspicuous Gloves (Ultimate ???, Ultimate Detective, Future Foundation 14th Branch Leader, Super High-School Level Mystery Chick, Bacon Hands)
Kyoko currently
Her appearance in the first game 
  • Demigoddess
  • Police Rank: O-3 (Detective Sergeant), promoted
  • Symbol: Her gloves
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Reason for Joining: Initially an intern detective under Sato who insisted on joining to investigate a recent spate of murders and reports of a secret academy in the House of School. Discovered that Monokuma was running a repeat of the Killing School Life game with SHOCKER's blessing, she risked her life to rescue the trapped students and sustaining heavy injuries in the process from General Black, who was overseeing a trial.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: As we can above, very high. She especially despises homicide where the crime entails causing despair or forcing placid people to commit acts of violence.
  • Threat Level: Medium to High. She comes from a long line of detectives whose core value is to remain unbiased and as neutral as possible during the course of an investigation. Hence, she is completely no-nonsense when solving a case and expects her subordinate officers to act the same way.
  • When she reached 21 (her approximate DR 3 age), she was promoted to Senior Detective alongside Wataru Takagi, who also has a reputation of surviving near-death scenarios during the course of a case.
  • Sees Sato as a big sister of sorts and often has lunch with her and Yumi. Just like her, she sees Inspector Megure as a father figure and someone to look up to in the face of her sometimes domineering relatives. Frequently partners up with associate detective Naoto Shirogane on missions involving Personas.
  • Has a personal rapport with Godot himself, often drinking coffee with him during break and discussing the best type of coffee for a police officer.
  • Given the number of times that she has put her hand(s) on different dead bodies for the sake of her investigations, a few have joked that she secretly has a corpse fetish. Luckily she always wears gloves. She has nothing to say on those rumors and this is not getting to the fact that she once tasted the saliva of a dead person to determine the cause of their death (which admittedly disgusted a few deities when they found that out). Non-ascended fellow officer Allison Kerry sympathizes with her because of this.

    Naomasa Tsukauchi 
Naomasa Tsukauchi, High Priest of Gordon and Patron Officer Of Working With Superheroes (True Man)
  • Demigod
  • Police Rank: O-3 (Detective Sergeant)
  • Symbol: His signature tan overcoat
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Reason for Joining: Deputy Commissioner personally requested that he be a liaison for him to the Hero Association and be the unit's personal point of call for Japanese superheroes as opposed to American-based superheroes.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: High. He is an earnest and hardworking individual with principles he hopes all humanity can follow, so to see the many evil criminals running amok in the Pantheon brings tears to his eyes.
  • Threat Level: Medium. He has a close friend in the form of All Might and sticks up for him and other beleaguered superhumans just as much as Gordon does. His sheer tenacity and will when it comes to maintaining order has led some to dub him 'Gordon Number Two'.
  • As a close compatriot of superheroes, he serves as Division One's liaison to Division Five.

    Scott Shelby 
Scott Shelby, God of Detectives who Turn Out To Be The Culprit (Scott Sheppard, Scottie, The Origami Killer)
  • Lesser God
  • Police Rank: O-3 (Detective Sergeant), demoted
  • Symbol: His raincoat. Alternatively, the origami figures.
  • Alignment: May seem Neutral Good at first, but he is actually Lawful Evil. Acts Lawful Neutral while on the force.
  • Reason for Joining: His (late) punishment in the Pantheon for faking being a private detective.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: Wavering between low and medium. He dislikes the abuse of children in the Pantheon, especially the Child Abuse Supporters. He was a killer himself and knows how they operate, yet is allies with Jigsaw and Jack the Ripper. He'll do what he can in the job and arrest his allies if need be, but is just as possible to have them broken out.
  • Threat Level: High. He's got ties to Jigsaw and Jack the Ripper, and that makes him dangerous both ways. Planning murders and hiding his identity until the very end also makes him a master planner.
  • Was taken on as a Senior Detective on endorsement by former Chief Justice Johnson before the department was fully set in stone, but when he was kicked out and a replacement brought in, he received a demotion for the murders he committed. Norman Jayden advocates his removal from the department entirely along with a warrant for his arrest, but this was vetoed by pragmatist Commissioner Vimes.
  • Is a mentor and friend of sorts to Hoffman, since they share traits of being the detective but actually committing murders himself. Hence, he has sent corrupt Aerospace Sanitation clean-up crews to hide evidence of Jigsaw's plots.

Major Crimes Unit (MCU)

Handles all other cases of violent or malicious crime, often in conjunction with Division Two units. This includes arson, violent burglary, kidnap, bank and art robbery, and high-casualty cases of organized crime. This unit is the one that confronts rival law enforcement systems the most, with Kogami being recruited specifically to combat the Sibyl System.

    John Luther 
John Luther, Holy Patron of Defective Detectives (Detective Chief Inspector Luther)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His DCI badge
  • Police Rank: O-6 (Detective Chief Inspector)
  • Alignment: Lawful Good with a healthy dose of Knight Templar
  • Reason for Joining: He's been a police officer 'since God was a boy'. Pretty obvious he'd join up the second a formal police force was established in the Pantheon.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: Medium. If you've seen the misdeed he did with that child killer, you know what that means.... Good at his job, but bad with the people he deals with on the job.
  • Threat Level: Medium. When he pursues a suspect, he never lets up until that suspect is overwhelmed and questioned. However, he's a Defective Detective for acting on his feelings instead of on logic and reasoning.
  • Mostly remains in the station near the House of Philosophy instead of on investigations since he acts on emotions, with that being her Fatal Flaw. Is the division's Leroy Gibbs with his military-esque physique being an effective strategy in interrogation.

    Amy Santiago 
Amy Santiago, Co-Deity of Unsportsmanlike Gloating (Amy Peralta)
  • Demigoddess
  • Police Rank: O-5 (Police Captain), promoted
  • Symbol: Their police badges. Alternatively binder full of paperwork (Amy).
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Reason for Joining: Because Jacob, because arrests, because why not? And of course get promoted to police captain, the youngest ever.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: Medium. Very passionate in her job and proving herself, but that gets sidelined in lieu of her competitiveness and downright Obfuscating Stupidity at times.
  • Threat Level: Medium. A great cop, but she tends to get drunk on the job, stupid on the job, and a Butt-Monkey on the job. Doesn't stop her from being good enough for promotion to her dream rank. Isn't in Division Two since married officers are barred from serving in the same unit.
  • Whenever she gets drunk, she somehow gains a new persona and/or a new ability.
  • Amy's drunkenness scale:
    One Drink: Spacey Amy
    Two Drinks: Loud Amy
    Three Drinks: "Amy Dance Pants"
    Four Drinks: Pervert Amy
    Five Drinks: Confident Amy
    Six Drinks: Lonely and sad Amy
    Seven Drinks: Unknown
    Eight Drinks: Equestrian Amy
    Nine Drinks: Speaks French
  • Basically, she's a source of hilarity in her unit.

    Shinya Kogami 
Shinya Kogami, The Tall, Dark, and Handsome God (Enforcer Kogami, Inspector Kogami, Ko)
  • Demigod (used to be a Lesser God due to his defection from the CID)
  • Police Rank: O-5 (Inspector)
  • Symbol: The Criminal Investigation Department Logo and the Dominator.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, later Chaotic Good
  • Reason for Joining: Now that an official police department has been set up, he's hopeful that the legitimacy will be able to stand against the Sibyl System.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: High. He lost faith in it a while ago when he saw its inherent flaws and weaknesses, and became a vigilante because of it. But he isn't above upholding laws that are fair and just to all criminals instead of simply executing them on the suspicion that they may commit a crime.
  • Threat Level: High. He's used his share of risky strategies to attack criminal strongholds. Enjoying a strong rapport with his subordinates certainly helps.
  • Heads up the 9th Precinct, the station serving the House of Leadership.
  • The force places a lot of trust in him and places him in charge of serious cases that have to do with rival law systems. Has joint command of the force's SWAT teams alongside Kurtis Stryker and has custody of the special weapons caches of the force, including their Dominators which are only to be used in cases involving criminals that cannot be taken in without massive casualties. Even then, Lethal Eliminator mode and above is only accessible to stable veteran officers.

    Dirty Harry 
Harold Francis Callahan, God of Vigilante Cops (Dirty Harry)
  • Lesser God
  • Police Rank: O-4 (Assistant Police Inspector), demoted
  • Symbol: His .44 Remington Magnum revolver on top of a Police Badge
  • Alignment: Lawful Good with neutral tendencies
  • Reason for Joining: He's seen plenty of violent crime in his homeworld, and in the Pantheon, it's worse. Also feels a strange obligation to avenge his predecessor, Sledge Hammer!, who died in the line of duty (if only temporarily) from an acid spray courtesy of the Joker.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: Very High. He is driven by a personal sense of conviction to stop any and all acts of depravity and violent crime in the Pantheon, and will run to the aid of any victim. Just as soon as he's done gunning the perpetrator to death.
  • Threat Level: High. His willingness to resort to violence at the drop of a hat is very worrying to criminals. It's a good thing that he's not part of a K-9 unit or SWAT team, otherwise all hell would break loose. He's a danger to any partner that is assigned to him too, as his reckless methods often cost casualties
  • Harry is infamous for arguing with Chief Superintendent Phelps on the best way to handle violent crime, bordering on insubordination at times. If you find him in the Precinct, chances are he's yelling at Phelps. The Commissioners demoted him from Inspector to Assistant Inspector when he first signed on to pacify him. After attempting assault on the Punisher who was helping them due to previous disagreements, he was again demoted several ranks to Police Lieutenant.
  • Also has never had a post in Homicide in the Pantheon as he was deemed 'emotionally unfit' for the stress of abnormal types of murder.

    Shinnosuke Tomari/Kamen Rider Drive 
Shinnosuke Tomari, God of Great Detectives (Kamen Rider Drive, Kamen Driver, The True Reaper, Kamen Rider Super Dead Heat Drive)
Kamen Rider Drive 
  • Intermediate God (Greater God in Type Tridoron or Type Special)
  • Police Rank: O-4 (Detective Lieutenant)
  • Symbol: The Kamen Rider Drive Symbol, alternatively the Special Investigation Unit Logo
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: High. He is a police detective and a Kamen Rider who has a high sense of justice, protecting innocents and fighting evildoers is his top priority.
  • Threat Level: Extreme. As with many Kamen Riders in the pantheon, Shinnosuke is not hesitant to defeat every villains he cross paths with, especially if they cross the line.
  • Specializes in dealing with Roidmudes and malfunctioning androids in the Pantheon, thus he works closely with Division Six.

    Lieutenant Colombo 
Lieutenant Columbo, God of Obfuscating Stupidity and Exiting One-Liners
  • Demigod
  • Police Rank: O-3 (Detective Sergeant)
  • Symbol: A rumpled beige trenchcoat, cigar and faded green Peugeot 203 convertible.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Reason for Joining: He knows that the GUAE are a dysfunctional lot, and plans to use that to his advantage. Very much so for every other evil gang and killer in the Pantheon
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: High. He may seem quirky and weird compared to the other hardline detectives, but his relentless and thoughtful approach to crime suggest otherwise.
  • Threat Level: Seemingly Low. He just seems a little too... odd to be a genuine threat. Are you sure about that? Actually a Medium-High, he's so into looking stupid in front of his enemies that he has refused promotions up to Rank 6. An unorthodox strategy, but a good one nonetheless.
  • Very chatty and much nicer to suspects than the tough-as-nails interrogator Leroy Gibbs, and many of the more sympathetic criminals regard him as a nice chap to be around, even if he does lie about certain details in conversation to establish better rapport with the suspect. Any officers suffering PTSD in his division sometimes go to him for therapy, to which he responds in kind, though he recommends that they go to the psychology division instead.
  • Open with nearly everybody, but fabricates certain details of his life. This doesn't make him a Consummate Liar though. Since joining the force, he's often been seen collaborating with fellow analyst and detective Hercule Poirot.

    Manny Pardo 
Manny Pardo, God of Murderous Cops (The Cop, The Detective, The Miami Mutilator)
  • Demigod
  • Police Rank: O-3 (Police Sergeant), demoted
  • Symbol: His magnum and badge. Alternatively, the Phantom's Head.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral on the surface, really a mix between Chaotic Neutral and Neutral Evil
  • Reason for Joining: To find the Miami Mutilator, who he is certain is in the Pantheon. Too bad it actually turned out to be him.
  • Dedication to Law Enforcement: Very Low. He's been reported for misdemeanours and repeated incidences of incompetence. If he does have any enthusiasm for an investigation, it's because he's PR conscious.
  • Threat Level: Medium.
  • He is an expert in analyzing the mobs, especially Colombian mobs. He acts like a big shot in his station, and is very violent to those who say otherwise.

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