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Wave III Gods

    Sandor Clegane 
Sandor Clegane, God of Admitting To His Crimes (The Hound, Dog, The Gravedigger, Colonel Sandor)
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    The Blues Brothers 
The Blues Brothers, Members  Gods of Missions from Higher Powers
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    Ayla and Jondalar 
Ayla and Jondalar, Dual Deities of Stone Age Technology
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    Barristan Selmy 
Ser Barristan Selmy, God of Reluctant Retirees (Barristan the Bold, Arstan Whitebeard, Ser Grandfather, Barristan The Old)
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    Nathan Algren 
Nathan Algren, God of Fictionalized Telling of Real-Life Stories (Algren)
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    George And Lennie 
George Milton and Lennie Small, Gods of Tragic Dreams
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  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Big Guy, Little Guy
  • Domains: Goals, Agriculture, Tragedy
  • Allies: The Farmer
  • Enemies: Killer Rabbit, The Lepus, Eustace Bagge
  • During The Great Depression, George Milton and his physically strong, yet mentally-impaired friend Lennie Small arrive in California to work on a farm so that they can earn enough money to set up a rabbit farm. Despite these migrant workers' best efforts to achieve their relatively humble dream, things don't go according to plan to put it lightly. Things go downhill quickly for the pair when Lennie accidentally murders Curley's wife and he ends up wanted by Curley himself. It culminates in George having to shoot Lennie so that the latter doesn't have to suffer from something much worse, rendering duo's efforts for naught despite their friendship.
  • A train arrived in the Pantheon one day, with George stepping out and finding himself in an unusual place. It was clear that he was looking for a place to go to after what had happened back then, though some claimed to George directly that he can see Lennie again much to Milton's disbelief given that he pulled the trigger on Lennie. George was taken to a place in the Pantheon that is described as where those have died can come back to life. George had never been used to hearing anything about the supernatural, but he would understand what kind of place the Pantheon is after seeing Lennie show up in front of him, and even then it took time for George to process everything that was happening. Lennie then asked George about the rabbit farm and the latter then knew what he was trying to do before tragedy had struck. It was entirely possible for a second chance to have a peaceful life in the Pantheon and to get a rabbit farm set up, though not much has changed in terms of George taking care of Lennie.
  • While the duo was looking to see if there were other farmers that were interested in helping them out, a young boy referred to as The Farmer showed up at their place. George was surprised to see a kid like that would be able to tend to a farm successfully and do so for long periods of time. The Farmer was sympathetic to George and Lennie's plight and offered them plenty of help in having their farm set up. In turn, George and Lennie would check in on how The Farmer is doing on their end and make sure problems don't come up.
  • Eustace Bagge didn't take it well after learning that more farmers were around supposedly threatening his job and has presented himself as an obstacle for George and Lennie. All of Eustace's attempts at obstructing the pair have ended in failure, though George does get really annoyed at him. Not helping Eustace's case is him lacking the skills of a farmer (and various other things) needed to take himself seriously in front of George and Lennie. George has even compared Eustace to Curley as far as his condescending attitude is concerned, with Eustace having a greedy disposition on top of that.
  • Their efforts to have their rabbit farm established in the Pantheon would come with some obstacles and help separate from what they first attempted. It was a given that they would find a multitude of rabbits, but what they (George moreso) didn't expect from those bunnies was them having minds of their own. While looking for rabbits for their farm, Lennie ended up coming across a white bunny that some people nearby were acting scared towards, with George having concerns about it. Lennie hugged that bunny, not fully being aware of what it was trying to do to him. Lennie had a few injuries, but the Killer Rabbit was worse off and was limping away. George and Lennie were told about the Killer Rabbit, alongside a whole group of deadly rabbits known as the Lepus and were advised to have caution in making sure these particular rabbits don't end up in their potential farm.

    Thumbelina 
Thumbelina, Goddess of Wonder Children (Tomme-Lise, Maya, Toots)
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Wave IV Gods

    Lillie 

Lillie, Goddess of Clothing Reflecting Growth

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  • Theme Song: Lillie's themes note 
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Adorkable, Telling Off Her Mother, Secondary Hero, Mysterious Waif, Blonde Hair Nice Girl, Carrying A Lot of Trainer's Gears, Cute Bookworm, Going to Kanto to become a Pokémon Trainer
  • Domain: Adventure, Family, Growth
  • Allies: Nebby, Ash Ketchum, Pikachu, Profesor Kukui, N, Haruka Kotoura, Asami Sato, Hibiki Tachibana, Fate Testarossa-Harlaown, Ryuuko Matoi, Satsuki Kiryuin
  • Enemies: Team Rainbow Rocket (ESPECIALLY Ghetsis Harmonia), Ragyo Kiryuin
  • Conflicting Opinion: Guzma, The Ultra Beasts, Blacephalon
  • Wearing a white sundress and hat, this outfit was a reflection of her mother's obsession with beauty. Wanting to grow as a person and make decisions for herself, Lillie cast off these 'shackles' and donned her "Z Powered Form".
  • While at first she didn't think that much about Pokemon battles, Lillie's opinion of them changed after her adventures with her friends and wants to be a Pokemon trainer herself. She made her first step in that goal when she capture her first Pokemon, am Aloan Vulpix. Now training in Kanto, she hopes to one day face that special friend to show how far she has come.
  • Has made special arrangement in house of Health and Diseases to treat her mother, Lusamine, of the Nihilego poison. And while they are doing that, she could focus on finding Bill.
  • While she wasn't a trainer, Lillie surprisingly prepared as she carried plenty of repel and potion that she usually gave to her dear friend back home. She still does this in the pantheon as she would give out supply to anybody who encounters her.
  • Lillie's attempts to keep Nebby in her bag, and failing it, is well known amongst the people. It's very popular pass time to parody her trying to put Nebby in a bag. Especially after it evolved into Solgaleo/Lunala.
    • Related to this, some are perplexed that she was able to carry Cosmoem in her bag despite it weighing over a thousand pounds. Of course, given that it floats, she's probably not doing much of the carrying, but it's still a hilarious thing to note.

    José Carioca and Panchito Pistoles 
José Carioca and Panchito Pistoles, Divine Ambassadors of Latin Land (José: Joe Carioca, Zé Carioca, The Brazilian Jitterbird; Panchito: Panchito Romero Miguel Junipero Francisco Quintero Gonzalez III, Panchito Romero Miguel Francisco Quintero Gonzalez III)
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    The Jets And The Sharks 
The Jet and The Sharks, Divine Rival Gangs
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    The Whose Line Cast 
The Whose Line Cast, The Divine Improvisers
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    Shockwave 
Shockwave, God of Cyber Cyclopses
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    Waspinator 
Waspinator, God of Wasps (Wasp, Thrust, Thrustinator, Waspscream)
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    Clarke Griffin 
Clarke Griffin, Goddess of Adaptational Sexuality
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    Isaac 
Isaac, God of Inconsistently Spelt Names
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    Koh 
Koh, The Divine Face Stealer
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    Gruntilda 
Gruntilda, The Green and Mean Goddess
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    Thompson and Thomson 
Thompson and Thomson, Twin Gods Who Act As One
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    Tick Tock 
Tick Tock, The Divine Clock-Ticking Crocodilian
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    Wyman Manderly 
Wyman Manderly, God of Revenge Served on A Dish
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    Doran Martell 
Doran Martell, God of Revenge Myopias
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    Bix 
Bix, Goddess of Evolutionary Stasis
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    Rutt and Tuke 
Rutt and Tuke, The Divine Dumb Moose
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    Friar Tuck 
Friar Tuck, God of Catholic-based Christianity
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Tuck as a human.
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Wave V Gods

    Thoros of Myr 
Thoros of Myr, God of Perverted Priests
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    Beric Dondarrion 
Beric Dondarrion, God of Dehumanizing Resurrections
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    Hamtaro 
Hamtaro, God of Inaccurate Animal Care
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    Chris And Martin Kratt 
Chris and Martin Kratt, Divine Victims of The Collapsing Closet
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    Jasper and Horace 
Jasper and Horace, Gods of Bumbling Thugs
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Jasper on the left and Horace on the right.

    The White Rabbit 
The White Rabbit, God of Animals To Follow
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the "Disneyfied" White Rabbit
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    The Croods 
The Croods, Gods of Cavemen
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    The Mangani 
The Mangani, The Divine Frazetta Men
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    Bohrok Kal 
The Bohrok Kal, The Divine Elite Mooks
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From foreground to background: Tahnok-Kal, Gahlok-Kal, Lehvak-Kal, Nuhvok-Kal, Pahrak-Kal, and Kohrak-Kal.
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    Windblade 
Windblade, The Goddess who Speaks for The Voiceless
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    Taran and Friends 
Taran, Eilonwy, Fflewddur Fflam, and Gurgi, Gods of The Dark Age of Animation
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    Professor Oak 
Professor Samuel Oak, The Cool Old God
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    Flight 815 Survivors 
The Flight 815 Survivors, The Godly Party Trapped On A Tropical Island
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    John Hancock 
John Hancock, God of Destructive Saviours
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    Bandora 
Bandora, Goddess of Otherworldly K-Pg Extinction Events
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    Sheriff Of Nottingham 
The Sheriff of Nottingham, God of Corrupt Tax Collectors
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    The Walking With... Animals 
The Walking With... Animals, The Divine Representatives of Speculative Documentaries.
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Various species from the Mesozoic Era
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Reworking Gods

    Brain Scratch Commentaries 
Nayrman214, Solaris Paradox, SomecallmeJohnny and ExandShadow, Gods of Making Fun of Bad Things (Nayrman 214: Ryan Malis, Jewfro dude, Solaris Paradox: Lewis Medeiros, SomecallmeJohnny: Juan "John" Ortiz, SomecallmeJuanny, Exandshadow: Ted Wiesen, Long haired guy, Loki, BrainScratch Commentaries)
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From top to bottom; Lewis, Ted, Johnny, and Ryan.

    Aslan 
Aslan, God of Fantastical Religious Oddities (King Of Beasts, The Great Lion, The Lion & The Lamb)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: A Lion with a magnificent golden mane. Alternatively; a white lamb.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Messianic Archetypes, Talking Animals, King of Beasts, Beware the Nice Ones, Big Good, Theories Involving Purgatory, Extremely Forthright Symbolism.
  • Domains: Animals, Glory, Good, Creation, Law.
  • Heralds: The Pevensie siblings note  (His chosen kings and queens of Narnia)
  • Allies: The One Above All, Mufasa, Simba, Arceus
  • Enemies: Jadis, Scar
  • Aslan is more than just a lion; he is many things when it comes to the fantastical world of Narnia. He is the son of a far stronger being known as The Emperor Beyond the Sea and is the creator, guardian, and savior of Narnia and its inhabitants. When a quartet of children come across the land via wardrobe, they became allies to Aslan and helped him fight against Jadis, who turned Narnia into a frozen landscape. In the long run, with his benevolent demeanor and strong authority, Aslan is essentially Jesus Christ in all but name.
  • Despite his revered behavior and overall character, Aslan doesn't really show up that much in the various alliance wars. If he does, it's mainly to give the GUAG the help they need if they're about to lose. He mostly prefers to work behind-the-scenes to move forward with his plans.
  • Scar is someone whom Aslan holds a lot of contempt towards, especially since Scar also is a lion. Scar killing Mufasa and turning the Pride Lands into a desolate wasteland during his reign isn't that much different from Jadis' tyrannical rule over Narnia, even if Aslan sacrificed himself instead of being murdered on a whim and later came back to life to battle her.
  • He and Arceus share quite a bit in common, especially in how they serve as the main deity of a particular world that they created. Aslan finds it very unusual that despite Arceus' powers and being the main God of the Pokemon universe, it doesn't have too much issue with being used by someone in a fight. Aslan also has a relatively more active role in keeping Narnia safe in comparison to Arceus simply just creating its own world and waiting for someone to show up to its area. Despite the differences, the two get along with each other rather well, with Aslan suggesting that Arceus be more proactive in its deity role.
  • A rather unnerving theory has cropped up among some gods: as an incarnation of Jesus, who was said to be an avatar of the Abrahamic God, some are wondering if Aslan is YHVH's good aspect broken off from him. Upon hearing this theory, Aslan boomed that it was NOT...impossible: he never really wondered up until it was mentioned, but he doesn't remember how he came to be. Lucifer shrugged at the notion when it was brought up to him by gods hoping to work toward he and YHVH making peace, and said simply that it didn't matter: YHVH and all that he represents are his enemy.
  • Being a fantastic representation of Jesus Christ, Aslan can only "hate" evil and nothingness in themselves, whether it be personified as the Leaders of the Alliances that oppose peace, justice and universal kindness. In fact, Aslan has already predicted the ultimate triumph of Good, even before he was accepted in the Pantheon. Needless to say, YHVH, Melkor and Nekron were angry and confronted Aslan about it. He merely said.
    The nature of your defeat is quite simple: none of you respond to love. Lucifer can only understand freedom as a prize, not a right. YHVH responds only to things that can be weighed or measured. He imposes law, he doesn't nurture it. He appraises order; he doesn't bother to seek out its truth or meaning. And Melkor lives in a mirror; the world is nothing more to him than a reflection of himself. And Nekron... the world, to him, is a small animal, caught in a trap, to be tormented. His pleasure is the giving of pain, and from this he receives the same sense of fulfillment most people get from a kiss or an embrace. You're caricatures, all of you Gods or not, you're caricatures. And this is why you are destined to lose.
    • For that speech, Lorien smiled and congratulated Aslan, while Jean-Luc Picard and the Enterprise crew delivered a standing ovation. Aslan was even accepted into the ranks of the Grand United Alliance of Good. Cosmos, aware of his reputation, offered to cede leadership of the Alliance to him, but Aslan replied, as he is too humble to be an active leader.
    • Much to the shock of those listening, however, Lucifer listened calmly and intently to his adivce. Much to their horror, he accepted Aslans words, but gave a warning of his own.
    Lucifer: Indeed I do Aslan. For it was only through earning my right to freedom that humanity was able to be saved from our shared Creators YHVH grasp, even as I fell from heaven as the price. To say that one musn't earn ones freedom even when it is all but stripped away leaves one only with despair and complacency, as humans will give up to their freedom for false safety in societal order. Make no mistake, humans can have freedom, but for every individual that word has a different meaning, even one of order that humans strive for can be ideal so long as gods do not exist to choke the freedom in such a state. Yet there is two things you truly do misunderstand about me. Heed me well, to say I am a caricature incapable of responding to love is the same kind of mentality YHVH, Nekron, and Melkor have. For if I did not respond to Love I could not conceive my many children with their human mothers and fathers, nor create one by myself, and if I did not know of the love of Friendship I could not be summoned and incarnated in forms when heroes have needed aid through the bonds of their friends. I am contradiction incarnate, I am mankind's eternal protector, and it's eternal adversary. I will save humans when they need it, and I will be struck down when humans need it. That is my nature.

    Steve Irwin 
Stephen Robert Irwin, Keeper of Beasts (Steve Irwin, The Crocodile Hunter)
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    The Legendary Golems 
Regirock, Regice, Registeel, and Regigigas, Quadrumvirate Deities of Necessary Guides and Absurdly Obtuse Puzzles (The Legendary Golems, Legendary Titans, The Regi Trio | Regirock: The Rock Peak Pokémon | Regice: The Iceberg Pokémon | Registeel: The Iron Pokémon | Regigigas: The Colossal Pokémon, The Most Gimped Legendary Ever, Poor Bastard, King of Giants)
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From bottom to top; Regirock, Regice, and Registeel
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Regigigas
  • Intermediate Deities for the trio. Greater God for Regigigas
  • Symbols: Their respective Braille faces on a black background
  • Theme song: Their battle theme or its remix (Regigigas has a special theme all to itself.)
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Gender: Genderless (Regigigas is referred to as male)
  • Ability: Regi Trio: Clear Body note ; Regigigas: Slow Start
  • Movesets:
    • (Regirock): Stone Edge, Curse, Earthquake, Superpower
      • Z-Move: Continental Crush
    • (Regice): Ice Beam, Rock Polish, Thunderbolt, Superpower
      • Z-Move: Subzero Slammer
    • (Registeel): Iron Head, Iron Defense, Toxic, Superpower
      • Z-Move: Corkscrew Crash
    • (Regigigas): Crush Grip, Thunder Wave, Zen Headbutt, Giga Impact
      • Z-Move: Breakneck Blitz
  • Portfolios: Golems created by Regigigas, Guide Dang It!, Moon Logic Puzzle, Stone Wall, Sealed away by humanity out of fear, Regis being Latin for loyal, Exactly What It Says on the Tin, The Faceless, No Biological Sex, Hell Is That Noise
  • Domains: Puzzles, Golems, Sidequests, Power, Creation
  • Herald: Pyramid King Brandon
  • Allies: Avatar Aang, Avatar Korra, Ash Ketchum, Hareta, Kyogre, Groudon and Rayquaza, Giratina, Shaymin, the Kecleon Brothers, Shuckle, Tak, Akagi, Yuuka Kazami, Potemkin and Iron Tager, Diane, King, The Monsters (Especially Susan Murphy, The Colossi, Dolor, Mew
  • Connected to: Wailord and Relicanth
  • Sought after by: Indiana Jones, Nathan Drake, Lara Croft, The Corpus
  • Enemies: Team Rainbow Rocket (Primarily Ghetsis, Cyrus, Maxie and Archie), Pokémon Hunter J, Miror B., Megatron, Starscream, Zoran Lazarević, Sakazuki, Hexxus, Hedorah, Monsoon, Risotto Nero, Tenjian, Gibril, Frost
  • Opposed by: Team Charm, Nancy Archer
  • Opposes: Kratos, Eren Yeager, Wander, Any physically strong deities and martial artists
  • Complicated Realtionship: Lucario
  • The Legendary Golems, Regirock, Regice, and Registeel, are a trio of Pokémon whose origins lay in the ancient past. According to legend, it was their master Regigigas, the aptly named King of Giants, who towed the continents into their current positions, before molding the trio out of fragments of the techtonic Earth, Antarctic Ice, and Otherworldly Metal. It was at one time worshipped by humanity, but that love soon turned to fear; fear of what the Pokémon's immense power could do. They sealed Regigigas away within the depths of Snowpoint Temple, then spirited the remaining golems to the faraway Hoenn Region, locking them away within three stone caverns. Once all was taken care of, the people left behind a series of cryptic messages within a Sealed Chamber hidden beneath the sea, in the hope that some day, someone would seek out the Legendary Golems, and finally tame their incredible power... That's where the fun really begins!
  • Breaking the seal to obtain the Regi Trio is quite possibly the single most complicated opening mechanism in all the Multiverse. There are hints as to how to open the temple at the entrance... but most of it is written in Braille... which is shown on an electronic screen. The opening to the temple has 2 locks, one of them requires you to dig away from the temple, while the second one requires a Relicanth and Wailord at the front and back of the player's party respectively. Only then will the seal be broken and the tombs uncovered.
    • Then comes the tricky part Each of the rooms to the individual Golems have their own individual locks, each with even more obtuse solutions to them. Getting to Regirock involves taking two steps right and two steps back from the Braille hint and then using Strength on the ground.
    • Opening Regice's tomb involves staring the the Braille hint for two minutes and not looking away from it, otherwise the lock will reset.
    • And obtaining Registeel is easily the most ridiculous of the three, as getting to it requires standing in the middle of the entry room and flying outside and then the lock will open.
  • But all those pail in comparison to the mind-boggling manner of obtaining Regigigas in Hoenn. What originally required just bringing the trio to Snowpoint Temple transformed into what could be considered a major chore. To put it simply, the trainer must bring Regirock, Regice, and Registeel to the Island Cave (Regice's location) with a nicknamed Regice holding either a Never-Melt Ice, Snowball, or Casteliacone. To put it bluntly, it's a miracle anyone even figured it out without a guide.
    • To be fair though, if one looks at what is required to find Regirock, Regice, and Registeel, it makes sense. The High Gods were quick to point out that the proverbial "apples" don't typically fall far from the tree. That, or the people who locked them away had a sick sense of humour and were attempting to make it as difficult as possible to release them.
  • Serving as Herald to the Golems is Brandon, a member of the Hoenn Region's Battle Frontier. An avid explorer, Brandon was brought in by the Gods due to his experience owning and using the main Regi trio as part of his challenge. He was more than happy to work with his favourite legendaries once more and has even made his Battle Pyramid into the Golem's new temple, offering the Brave Symbol to anyone who can conquer it.
  • Many deities are confused about the existence of the Regi Trio as none of them have any sort of organs required for living such as a heart or a brain. They're physically incapable of eating and none of them show any signs of being animated by science or magic. The House of Knowledge came to the conclusion that the Regi's, like real world Golems were only created to serve their master, and with a master like Regigigas, they'll defend it with all their existence.
  • Upon their ascension, the Regi Trio were shown some hostility by Team Charm as they were once captured by the Regi Trio in an alternate continuity. At the same time, the trio don't exactly see eye to eye with Lucario, viewing the Fighting/Steel type as an intruder to their Temple just as they did back in the Tree of Beginnings. All four non-Legendary Pokemon have had to stay clear of the Golems; even if Medicham, Lucario have a distinct type advantage, they're hesitant to take the juggernauts head on.
  • Despite the fact none of them have been shown to be capable of displaying emotions, Regirock, Regice and Registeel have shown to have a liking for Geb, Mr Freeze, and Optimus Prime, their chosen partners. The reasoning for their unions are unique to each Regi.
  • With both Relicanth and Wailord residing in the Pantheon, many of the Pantheon's treasure hunters and adventurers have begun their quest to obtain the Regi's, through whatever means necessary. Nathan Drake, Lara Croft and Indiana Jones have set their sights on obtaining the three Pokemon, competing against one another to see who will get them first. Even then though, they'll put aside their rivalries and help protect them from those who would try to steal them for their own malevolent intents.
  • All four Golems were not too "happy" to find out about Team Rainbow Rocket's presence in the Pantheon, especially the leaders of Team Magma, Aqua, and Galactic. For their part, Maxie and Archie never saw the potential of the Golems and are only in the Pokémon's bad books via collateral damage; destroying their temples with Groudon and Kyogre's might. Cyrus, on the other hand, has plenty of confrontations with trainers using Regigigas, particularly the one owned by the wild child, Hareta. It's only natural the Team Galactic leader has bad blood towards the King of Giants. Rumour has it that Ghetsis Harmonia has his eye set on the Golems, with the intent on using them as part of his world-conquering plans. Progress in capturing them though... has been slow.
  • Facts relating to Regirock:
    • Regirock was quick to find a connection with Geb, due to the pair both being Rock Monsters.
  • Facts relating to Regice:
    • Regice found common ground with Mr. Freeze, due to their shared ice-based powers and their seclusion from others. At first, Batman was worried Freeze would use the Legendary Pokemon to aid in his criminal schemes, but things were quite the opposite. Victor Fries has actually refrained from
  • Facts relating to Registeel:
    • For some unknown reason, Registeel was once seen holding its arm up as though it were saluting Hitler. It has not been seen doing this again, thankfully. Unfortunately, this subtle incident quickly caught the eye of the Pantheon's ascended Nazi
    • Registeel has been described by many deities as sounding like a Transformer, which made it only fitting that it became Optimus Prime's partner Pokémon in the Pantheon. Unfortunately this has made it a target for Megatron and his Decepticon forces. Starscream has tried - and failed - at catching Registeel but it was the earthquakes of Rumble and Frenzy, Soundwave's Heralds, that proved to be super effective; the same as with its fellow Regis.
  • Facts relating to Regigigas:
    • It was a long, drawn-out battle. And then Slow Start wore off. It was over very quickly from there.
    • Often hangs out with the Kecleon Brothers. Many deities believe it could be because of a Commonality Connection, whereas other, savvy deities know another reason.
    • Turns out those who thought otherwise were right. Regigigas managed to find a way to permanently give itself Protean. Many deities were terrified upon finding out, fearing Regigigas would go on a destructive rampage. As it stands, Regigigas hasn't, and likely won't due to its own docile nature. Just don't piss it off now, it will not end well.
    • It's surprisingly jovial with Yuuka Kazami. They even go on picnics together.
    • Despite rarely ever leaving their temple, The Legendary Golems can sometimes be seen relocated to Regigigas' temple, disguised as statues, guarding him and come to life whenever an evil deity draws near.
    • Wander was once seen entering Regigigas' temple in the hopes of killing it. Things were going well for Wander as it managed to climb up the moss on Regigigas' feet and get onto his back but when Wander found that Regigigas didn't have any runes on it for him to stab to do damage, Regigigas took advantage of his size and grabbed Wander (Something none of the other Colossi thought to do) and threw him out of his temple and back into the house of Ambiguity.
      • Since then, Regigigas has been seen getting along rather well with the other Colossi (Especially the docile ones) that Wander killed while they were mortal.
    • Regigigas ended up choosing its partner as Musashi, due to their similar issues.
    • Was rather amused by hearing how Hareta overcame his own Regigigas' Slow Start but using skill swap with his Misdreavus, and has since shown enough respect for him to be a secondary trainer of the sorts for him, even if he does already have his own Regigigas from another dimension. That warning with the reveal of his protean is doubled now, as if you piss one off, the other will surely follow suit...
  • Can also be found in the House of Mentalism.

    Taki Tachibana and Mitsuha Miyamizu 
Taki Tachibana and Mitsuha Miyamizu, Co-Gods of Mental Time Travel
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Left to Right:Mitsuha and Taki

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The Elephant Graveyard, Divine Seat of Natural Burial Grounds
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What most visitors are greeted by when they enter the graveyard.

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