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    Belisarius Cawl 
Archmagos Dominus Belisarius Cawl, Representative of The Adeptus Mechanicus (Belly, Big Bossmech, Caul, Call)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Machina Opus
  • Alignment:
  • Portfolio: The Cracker, Combat Tentacles, Deflector Shields, Willing to work with the Imperium's enemies if the situation is dire enough, The Fog of Ages, Extremely Massive, Well over ten-thousand years old
  • Domains: Things that the character has influence over.
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Abbadon the Despoiler, Magnus the Red,
  • Pities: SCP-191
  • A massive tech-priest of Mars, Archmagos Dominus Belisarius Cawl went out to Cadia during a massive assault spearheaded by the Black Legion. While the planet fell, Cawl and the survivors managed to head off-world to Ultramar, where he reveales that he made a deal with the Lord of Ultramar. Upon the crusade's arrival in Ultramar, Marneus Calgar doesn't recognize Cawl, leading to others to immediately begin to suspecting Cawl as a traitor. Cawl, once again demands to see the Lord of Ultramar, in other words, Roboute Guilliman. It is then revealed the artifact Belisarius has is the Armor of Fate. Cawl, alongside the Ynnari, successfully uses this to resurrect Guilliman and then assists him in his crusade to Terra. When they arrive Guilliman tells Cawl to work on the second part of his mission, that of strengthening Imperial forces by pulling out all the stops on Mars. It has since been revealed that this "second part" was the creation of the Primaris Marines, along with their new wargear.
  • Some have noted that Cawl sounds eerily like a Dalek.a
  • Despite being a fervent follower of the Omnissiah, and believing that machine and flesh can be melded in harmony, to say Cawl is less than amused about SCP-191's condition is an understatement. While the Adeptus Mechanicus is known for rampant cybernetic augmentations, most are done willingly and those that are done unwillingly are done to hardened criminals, or vat-grown humans specifically made for Servitor creation. Even he is off-put by what was done to her.
  • "The Omnissiah filled the galaxy with mysteries so that we might learn from them, coming step by step closer to his perfect being. To ignore them, even in the face of war, is heresy."
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     Four 
Four, The Pridefully Envious Goddess
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    Sivir 
Sivir, Goddess of Loyalty based upon Money (the Battle Mistress)
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    Ferrothorn 
Ferrothorn, God of Spiky Balls (The Thorn Pod Pokemon)
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    Adam Jensen 
Adam Jensen, God of Men Rebuilt as Cyborgs (Chrome Boy, Robot, Spy Boy, Detective Sergeant Jensen, Frankenstein's Monster, Alif)
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    Arachne 
Arachne, God-Mother of Spiders (The Weaver, The First Spider)
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    Ciaphas Cain, HERO OF THE IMPERIUM! 
Ciaphas Cain, HERO OF THE IMPERIUM!, Patron Saint of Accidental Heroes
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    Zero (Drakengard 3
Zero, The Dangerous People Covered In Blood (Traitor Intoner, Z, Rose)
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    Nagash 
Nagash, God of The Undead (the Undying, the Immortal, the Unbroken, the Great Necromancer, Supreme Lord of the Undead)
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  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The Nine Books of Nagash
  • Allignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: A God Am I, Ambition Is Evil, Badass Bookworm, The Dreaded, Evil Is Petty, Eviler Than Thou, Evil Sorcerer, Faux Affably Evil, Greater-Scope Villain, Large and in Charge, Magic Knight, The Necrocracy, Necromancy, Omnicidal Maniac, One-Man Army, Our Liches Are Different, Physical God, Power Floats, Sorcerous Overlord, The Nine Books of Nagash , Well Over 5,000 Years Old
  • Domains: Death, Evil, Magic, Repose, War, Souls, Undead
  • Allies: Anub'arak, Arthas Menethil, Big Daddy, Dracula, Grima, Gul'dan, Hecarim, Kel'thuzad, Mordekaiser, Nekron, The Night's King, Ostarion, Sindragosa Thresh, Undying, Zhaitan
  • Enemies: Aside from all the living members of the Pantheon? The Four Chaos Gods, Alucard, Artix Von Krieger, Harry Dresden, Squigly
  • Heralds and High Priests: The Mortarchs (Arkhan the Black, Mannfred von Carstein, and Queen Neferata)
  • Opposed By: Settra the Imperishable
  • Upon the coming of the End Times, Mannfred, Neferata and Arkhan combined their necromantic powers to make Nagash rise again to fight against the Chaos invasion led by Archaon, the Everchosen. His return caused a new kind of Magic to blow in the world, one infused with the power of Necromancy. Because of the influence he had upon his world and his immense powers of Necromancy, Nagash ascended into the Pantheon.
  • Because of his immense powers of Necromancy, Nagash was quick to summon an army of undead to his hand, both from his world...and from the dead within the Pantheon.
  • He made himself an ally with Nekron, as the two of them have a shared goal of wiping out all life. While the wary know that Nekron would include Nagash in that statement, he is willing to make the alliance in order to have a powerful ally should the time come. Rumours are persisting that Nekron may choose to turn Nagash into his "Avatar" by giving him a Black Lantern Ring...
  • The Four Chaos Gods consider Nagash to be a threat because of his desire for a dead world, and such a world would mean no more emotions, souls or prayers to empower them. It is for this reason they are his biggest enemies in the Pantheon, and why they goaded Settra into reassembling himself after his defeat at Nagash's hands.
    • After the events of the End Times, the Chaos Gods began sending constant messages to Nagash, mocking him for his loss and death during the End Times, also for ever believing he could defeat Chaos. This has lead him to seek new alliances in preparation for revenge, even going so far as to consider a temporary one with The Flood to show the Chaos Gods their place.
  • He has named Harry Dresden a target because of his knowledge of the Word of Kemmler and the Darkhallow, a powerful spell of Necromancy that could turn an individual into an immortal Dark God on Halloween. Likewise, Harry considers Nagash a monster, as his Necromancy goes against the Fifth Law of Magic.
    • Nevertheless, even Nagash admitted he was impressed when he heard how Harry once used Necromancy to reanimate Sue the Tyrannosaurus.
  • He was not amused when Alucard rejected his offer to fall under his banner, but is fully aware that going up against Alucard would hinder his efforts to accumulate power. As such, the two are at a stand-off with one another.
  • He was very pleased to see Grima, God of Dracoliches, join him in an alliance, both for his incredible power and his knowledge of Necromancy. Some have even said that Nagash will be granted the honor of being the God who shall ride Grima into battle in the End days.
    • The final events of the End Times left Nagash less than pleased. The Necromancer entered a cold fury and began trashing his own temple out of sheer anger at the results of the final battle. He is furious at the idiot Mannfred for killing Gelt during the crucial moment of the battle and causing a downward spiral that ended with the final victory of Chaos over the Warhammer world.
  • Nagash reclaimed his power in the Warhammer world, having usurped all the guardians and deities of the afterlife, becoming the sovereign and master over all the Underworlds, and is ready to fight against Chaos once more in the Age of Sigmar.

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    Andrew Zimmern 
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Andrew Zimmern, God of Strange and Unusual Food
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A silhouette of him hanging a piece of food over his mouth
  • Alignment: True Neutral (in regards to food)
  • Portfolio: Willingness to eat anything, Tasting unusual dishes
  • Domains: Food, Eating
  • Allies: Anthony Bourdain, Adam Richman (non-ascended)
  • Opposed by: The Durian and walnuts (the two foods he won't consume), Picky Eaters
  • Official Taste-tester of the gods, sampling anything that the Gods themselves find shocking and/or revolting. Is also one of the only gods who have survived Littie's cooking or the concoction that was "Mysterious Food X" with little more than slight heartburn.
  • Do not presume that because his appetite is insatiable and his palette bizarre that Zimmern doesn't care about animals. Andrew gives the animals that feed him—all of them—the proper respect they deserve. Abusing or mistreating an animal just because its ultimate fate is to be made into food will make him go berserk.

    Ronnie James Dio 
Ronnie James Dio, God of Metal (Ronald James Padavona, God)
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    Commissar Ibram Gaunt 
Colonel-Commissar Ibram Gaunt, God of Unrecognized Heroism
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    Ferik Jurgen 
Ferik Jurgen, Patron of Unsung Heroes (The Most Important character in the Ciaphas Cain series, The Only Reason Cain Lived)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His melta
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Sidekicks, Spanner in the Works, Following Orders Without Question, Driving Like Crazy, Being Inconspicuous, Creating Bullethole Doors
  • Domains: Courage, Exorcism, Luck, War
  • Allies: Ramza Belouve, Ibram Gaunt
    • Superior: Ciaphas Cain
  • Sort of just wandered into the Pantheon behind Cain because "my place is with the commissar." Most other Pantheon members tend to be put off by his terrifying lack of hygiene.
  • The only member of the Pantheon that no one on the Council of Shadows can account for, despite their close watch on his superior.
  • His immunity to all forms of magic, psionics, and other forms of supernatural manipulation have allowed him to fend off enemies several magnitudes of power above his own level. The melta he habitually carries around helps, too.
  • Ferik is usually avoided by Lamia Loveless, as even his name still invokes her bad memories. Now, she has visited him occasionally and kept a civil relationship, a proof that she got over her bad memories.
  • Is taking part in "The Pantheonic Rebellion" along side Ciaphas Cain.

    The Vault Dweller 
The Vault Dweller, God of Action Survivors
  • Symbol: A Vault 13 water flask
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Normal, Karma, Multi-Ranged Master, Save the World, Powered Armor
  • Domains: Heroism, Firearms, Karma
  • Reigns over his seat with four priests: The Chosen One, The Initiate, The Lone Wanderer, and The Courier. The four appear shrouded in dark hoods, so their names and genders are a mystery.
  • The Vault Dweller once decided to just leave his seat one day, wearing nothing but his Vault 13 jumpsuit. He returned three months later wearing Powered Armor, wielding a minigun and carrying the heads of several lesser evil gods. Business as usual for him. Then, each one of his priests did the same.
  • There have been rumors around the Pantheon that he has an alternate-universe pony counterpart called Littlepip, who could give Twilight a run for her position as Goddess of Telekinesis. These rumors are unsubstantiated, but he has been sometimes seen with a small gray pony with a short brown mane and tail. Whether this is Littlepip or not remains to be confirmed.

    The Black Cleaver 
The Black Cleaver, Gatekeeper Between The Pantheon and Suetopia
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Black Helmet.
  • Alignment: Varies depending on who he gets his orders from, is currently Lawful Neutral.
  • Portfolio: Elite Mooks, Artificial Zombies, THOSE WHO JUST WON'T DIE!, Not Giving Up, Scythe Wielders.
  • Domains: Coldness, Combat, Defence, Duty, Undead.
  • Allies: Anyone he’s ordered to assist.
  • Enemies: Anyone he’s ordered to fight.
  • The Black Cleaver ascended to the Pantheon after being killed, brought back as an undead henchman, killed again by being sliced up into little pieces, being put back together again as an undead bodyguard and then finally killed for good.
    • At first not many deities knew what to do with the Black Cleaver, since he has no real personal agenda, until several Gods at House of Defence proposed sending him to the edge of Disgraced territory to act as a border guard. After a successful stopping thirteen attempts made by the Disgraced note  on his first week, he was officially granted the title of Gatekeeper.
  • It should be noted that main reason the Black Cleaver is so good at his job is due to the stupidity, arrogance and delusional nature of the Disgraces themselves. note 
  • Once a week, the Black Cleaver is sent to the House of Combat to maintain his high combat skills while his role is temporary filled-in by Augus.
    • Ruby Rose occasionally comes to the House of Combat to watch the Black Cleaver fight and to see if there are any new moves she can learn from him and use with her own scythe.
    • During one fight at the House, Raiden landed several direct blows to the Black Cleaver’s torso without him even seeming to notice, after an hour of fighting, Raiden was heard yelling: 'Why won’t you die?! '
  • Whenever the Black Cleaver is injured, a group doctors, led by the Medic, are sent to pack him up.
  • Recently, to the (pleasant) surprise to both Vergil and the Black Cleaver, not much to the Disgraces, the Duck Hunt duo often join up with him in fending off Disgraces, due to his Nintendo-God harm only ability, and to fend his skills for the 4th Smash Tournament.
  • When a Disgraced One is redeemed, the Black Cleaver is prohibited from attacking them at all times.
  • Chances of Redemption: Like Virgil, the Black Cleaver does not need to be redeemed.

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    Araghast 
Lord Araghast the Pillager, God of Those Too Cool to Stay Alive (Lord Araghast the Pillager of a Thousand Worlds, Master of Hounds, the Lash of the Black Legion, Champion of the Chaos Gods)
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Araghast is the one in the Terminator Armour, obviously

    Zharvakko 
Zharvakko, God of Witch Doctors (the Witch Doctor, The Walking Fountain)
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    Furiae 
Furiae, Goddess of [[]] ()
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  • Symbol:
  • Alignment:
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Things that the character has influence over.
  • Followers: Non-ascended characters that are not part of the Pantheon, but would probably worship this character.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • High Priest: Non-ascended, but loyal character that would make a worthy replacement in case something would happen. Also can be served as part-time worker in case the originals are busy with some jobs. Co-Godhood is accepted depending on the approval of the originals.
  • Herald: Like High Priests, they're non-ascended loyal characters, but they're from the same series as the ascended character, but they're replacements.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
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    Nowe 
Nowe, God of Unusual Multiple Parentage (Savior, "dragon child", The New Breed)
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New Breed 

    Pentakill 
Pentakill, Gods (and Goddess) of Defictionalized Bands
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    M4A3E8 "Fury" 
M4A3E8 "Fury"
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Yukari Akiyama: Nicknamed as the "Easy-Eight" or "E8", this tank is a quicker, slightly better armored version of the M4 Sherman. It also has an upgraded 76mm gun with an improved rate or fire and better accuracy. Despite the increased armor compared to the M4 Sherman however, the E8 is still a very soft target and will be easily destroyed if it stays exposed to enemy fire. Finding a balance is a necessity and is excellent practice for the American mediums that are to follow, which all share a similar lack of armor. Its strongest point is its excellent mobility. It accelerates very quickly on all grounds, and loses little energy in turns which makes it an ideal flanking tank. Anyone who underestimates this gem will very soon become a smoking wreck.

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