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Pending Gods for the Pantheon. Reworking Gods in the Pantheon go here. Please do not edit anything on here unless given permission. This is because I tend to take too long editing my sandbox, and I'd rather they don't get erased. If you wish to edit something then you can PM me beforehand. If you wish to adopt a profile, PM me and I'll decide.

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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.
  • 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.
  • Portfolio: Tropes associated with the character.
  • 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 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.
  • 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. 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.
  • 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.
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Alatreon, Dragon God of Solitude (Arubatorion, The Brilliant Darkness, King of Darkness, Glittering Black Dragon)

  • Reasoning: This Elder Dragon, above all else, craves to be alone. While Fatalis, fellow Elder Dragon and Black Dragon/Forbidden Monster, deliberately uses its power to lay waste to everything in its chosen territory Alatreon seeks out the most inhospitable and desolate places as homes instead. All so it can have some solitude. It will even seek out the heavy-pressure of the deepest oceans to accomplish this. Plus, its inherent elemental instability means all destruction it causes around it just sort of happens anyways which works in its favor to be alone.

Anna Graem, Goddess of Those Invisible to Normals

  • Reasoning: A mysterious young woman first met in the very beginning of the story who occasionally pops up in the TV. She can only be seen by Jill, even displayed with the other character's sprites overlapping her, with only the likes of Dorothy and another Lilim being able to perceive her.

Asimov, Grand Herald of Superhuman Supremacy (Takefustu, Demerzel, Sumeragi’s AI)

  • Reasoning: The reliable and cool headed leader of QUILL, a terrorist organization who takes the fight against the oppressive Sumeragi Group. After Gunvolt wins the fight against Nova Tsukuyomi and rescues Joule he is greeted with Asimov in person to congratulate him... before asking the two of them to join him in using their powers to Kill All Humans and establish Adepts as the dominant species, revealing that QUILL was merely a front for his true ambitions due to having been experimented on by Sumeragi when very young. When the two refused he remorselessly kills them both (succeeding in only the latter's physical death} and proceeds with his plans. Asimov may not be the only Adept who holds this as his goal (the next game features an entire alliance full of them) but he is the first in the series to do so and to prove the conflict between humans and Adepts isn't so much the former attacking the latter out of unjust fear and concern. Then there's the events of Luminous Avenger iX where it takes place in a world where he had killed GV and Joule and followed through with his intentions, and then some. The human race is nearing eradication, and a society of Adepts is under his shadowy iron-fist, both a century in the making.

Squad 404Members , Goddesses of Common HTTP Status Codes (General: Task Force 404, Unknown Targets)

  • Reasoning: They're a covert group of mercenary T-Dolls and a personal black-ops unit to one of the active players in the story who's main schtick is erasing any traces of their existence from their clientele's memories. They're are explicitly referred as "those who don't exist", and their Squad Nickname comes from the HTTP code for when a page is not found on a server.
  • Plus, there's the fact that two of their members are equipped to wage electronic warfare. One of the few shown, actually. UMP45 in particular's capabilities initially came at the cost of her combat effectiveness, though events shown in Deep Dive (along with a scene in Polarized Light) show she's long past this weakness.
  • Note: Story pivotal characters. Wait until MOD3s? Or end of Continuum Turbulence?

Nocturnal, Daedric Prince of Magpies as Portents

  • Reasoning: Patron to all thieves, Nocturnal is associated with ravens and crows and their appearance can be a sign of her involvement if it's not the darkness and shadows she is also associated with. Her realm of Oblivion, Evergloam, has a pocket realm called the Crow's Wood which is inhabited by a court of crows called the Blackfeather Court who fancy themselves as that pocket realm's rulers.

Boethiah, Daedric Prince of Tests of Ones Evil

  • Reasoning: Daedric Prince of plots, who's spheres seemingly include all sorts of high crimes. Encourages deception, backstabbing and Cruelty Is the Only Option. To summon them you need to prove you're treacherous enough to serve

Mehrunes Dagon, Daedric Prince Of Destruction

  • Reasoning: A Big Red Devil Satanic Archetype and Omnicidal Maniac, he is considered one of the more evil Daedric Princes and has a long, long history of trying to destroy Mundus with it even being the plot behind The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion and the assassinations of Emperor Uriel Septim VII and his sons by the Mythic Dawn cult. but holds positive traits of destruction like change and revolution

Martin, God of Tank Tread Mechas

Jhen and Dah'ren Mohran, Gods of Swimming Through Sand

  • Reasoning: Monster Hunter has its fair share of creatures swimming through sand. These two titantic Elder Dragons are no exception, moving like whales across the desert with ease.

Erika Wagner, Goddess of Evolving Attacks (Erika Miyashiro, The Void Hunter, The Crimson Knight, The Fourth Executioner)

  • Reasoning: She has the ability to buff herself, granting additional effects such as armor when using her shield specials or more chip damage when attacking.

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Ascended Profiles

    As they are 
The Vex, Oryx, Eliksni, The Ancestor, Jacket, The Grineer, The Infested, Ordis, The Enclave, The Corpus, The Think Tank, The Guardians, FEV, Emperor Calus, Manny Pardo, Dogmeats, Dollfaces, Zamtrios, Ahtal-Ka, Glavenus, Carapaceonsnote , The Crimson Court, The Hag, Herr Frederick von Twirlenkiller, Richard, Destroyman, Father Elijah, Howard and Kreese, Kimmy Howell, Ultra Greed, The Rotten Vale, Vaal Hazak, Chihiro Fujisaki, The Flagellant, Hircine, Nerscylla, Nergigante, Akantor, Ukanlos, and Odibatorasu, Quillgin's Box, Sheogorath, Rathalos and Rathian, Zonda and the Seven, Gunvolt, The Son, Delirium, Kestrel Cruisers, Teostra and Lunastra, Molag Bal, Vaermina, Valstrax, The Sumeragi Swordsmen, SIVA, The Dark Brotherhood, The Fans, Kilian Experience, Peryite, Pesci, Poland (Polandball), Copen Kamizono, The Great Fusilli, G36, Contender and Thunder, S.A.T.8, Jill Stingray, Dorothy Haze, Sei P. Asagiri and Stella Hoshii, Meridia, AUG, Phonon, Bloody Mary, Byakuya, The Lanius, Endermen, Carcano M1891 and Carcano M91/38, TAC-50, Jude the Dude, The Rock of Ages, Lunatic Cultist, Chameleos, Blade (Luminous Avenger iX), The Falcons, The Taken, AA-12 and Vector, Benny, Isomer Black, The Eden Travelers, The Imperial Watch, Duke Fishron, The Ghost Trick cast, Dwemer Ruins, Uriel Septim VII and Martin Septim, Set and Marcus, Potema Septim, Astalos, Saira and Kaira, The Kraeken, Sōta Sarushiro/Simon Keyes, Richter Berg, 50 Blessings, Numidium, Negev, The Knight of Despair, Punishing Bird, Judgement Bird, and Big Bird, Laetitia, The Nameless God, The Engi, Roombo, Gammoth, Nothing There, Hal, Sweepers, The Slugs, The Mantis, Alma Armas, Dana Zane, Alice (Bibliomania), Angela and Roland, The Sephirot/Patron Librarians

Unascended Profiles

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    Yan 
Yan Vismok, God of Resignation (Messenger Yan, 얀샋ㄷ요무, enlxmfflsdis, ,D@;Q7N, rnfmabj, Typewriter)
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얀샋ㄷ요무 
  • Potential House: Types of Sadness
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  • Lesser God originally, Intermediate God after becoming a Distortion.
  • Symbol: The Index sword he wields. His own unique icon as a Distortion.
  • Theme Song: Children of the City
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with good intentions. True Neutral after Distorting though acts Lawful Evil under the nature of the Prescripts.
  • Portfolio: Punch-Clock Villain, Affably Evil, Viewer Gender Confusion, Eyes Always Closed, BFS, Dismemberment Is Cheap, Ensign Newbie, Forging Prescripts to spite them, Crossing the Despair Event Horizon from his rebellion being predestined, Go Mad from the Revelation, Submitting to the Will of the City and Distorting, Associated with Forget-me-Nots
  • Domains: Messengers, Forgeries, Fate, Despair
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  • The City’s Backstreets see no shortage are pretty much an entirely different world from the Nests they surround as they have no shortage of Syndicates skulking its grounds and borders. Of the various gangs and bands of lowlifes that pop up by the day and are prone to disappear just as quickly, there exist five Syndicates who stand at the apex of the Backstreets. The Five Fingers, otherwise known as the Hand, are the ruling powers of the Backstreets and have grown so powerful that not even the Wings or even the Head can easily interfere with their business. One of the Fingers, the Index, is essentially a cult that follows bizarre orders known as Prescripts, a phenomenon that has long cemented itself as a Star of the City type of threat. No one knows where they came from, and no Prescript is similar to one another, but whatever orders permitted must be carried out with faith no matter how odd or brutal they may be. Failure to follow them results in a visit by a Proxy to punish the rulebreaker.
    • Enter Yan Vismok, a young man whose life was ruined by the Prescripts as he was forced to put down his friends and family thanks to them, but the last straw finally came when he received a Prescript that followed the aforementioned deed. He expected that it would have ordered him to take his own life but instead Yan was left with the orders to join the Index as a Messenger tasked with delivering those same instructions that brought so much pain. After staring blankly at the paper in his hands, Yan resolved to use his position to forge them as he pleased, expressing his free will and showcasing they aren’t as absolute as everyone thinks... That was the plan, anyway. Later on, he would find that this, too, was willed by these mysterious messages he sought to deviate from as they ordered his peers to follow his counterfeit commands, even if it meant imminent death by heading into the Library. As the Prescripts command. Yan himself would be handed a Prescript that would take him to where they are “born” and though the Prescripts are physically transcribed from a seismograph-like device, they themselves were born from the City folk’s collective pleas and wishes. The revelation proves too much to bear, crushing his will as he accepts the futility of fighting and succumbs to the Distortion Phenomenon. He would later head into the Library and turn into a book but following Angela's decision to spread the Light once more, Yan was freed.
  • Under the guidance of the Prescripts, Yan made his way to the Pantheon as they instructed and found that taking his title was a straightforward process. The Index Messenger easily took his place God of Resignation as that was his reaction upon discovering the true nature of the Prescripts before his very eyes. In any case, his presence heralded the encroaching influence of the Index as a whole as Prescripts began to pop up around the Pantheon every now and then. Some deities and roaming mortals decided to play along, but when others refused (either due to the ridiculousness or just brushing off the Prescripts themselves), that was when the Proxies came along to punish the inbsubordinates. In the past, Yan would of hid his growing grief and disgust at having to deliver such things but following his Distortion he soon came to accept them. As he had learned prior, the Prescripts brutality is ultimatley the fault of no one and though they bring pain it does serve as a compass to an aimless existence.
  • When Yan fell to the Distortion Phenomenon, he became a mechanical monstrosity known as 얀샋ㄷ요무. No, that was not a mistake, his form is actually named that way. By itself, it doesn't actually mean anything but if entered on an English keyboard it simply spells out Yan or Distorted Yan. The same is true for his other names such as enlxmfflsdis, ,D@;Q7N, and rnfmabjnote . For sanity's sake, this form will simply be called "Distorted Yan". But back to the Distortion himself, upon entering such as state he sought only to obey the will of the Prescripts and, by extension, the Will of the City itself. Unique to the Pantheon itself is how Yan can seemingly swap between both his human and Distorted form seemingly at will though no matter the state he remains broken and continues to act in favor of the Prescripts.
    • While his human form is by all accounts no slouch to anyone seeking to shoot the messenger, it's generally accepted that Distorted Yan is the more dangerous of the two. Distortions themselves have demonstrated strange, almost magic-like powers and Distorted Yan is no different. Besides the giant hands that and crush and grind human beings to red paste, they can also inflict Erosion on their foes and apparently limit their foe's ability to retaliate against him. But his most dangerous attack is Distorted Blade where he calls forth a gigantic sword to slam down upon his foes. Woe to his opponents as he can, and will, continously perform this attack if pushed to the point of using it.
  • As Yan would unfortunately find out the Prescripts may seem nonsensical, but the demands inscribed on them are not at all random. Underneath its seemingly pointless cruelty, the Prescripts are seemingly omniscient which is perhaps owed to its nature as a sort of Tulpa created by the City folk, and its commands benefit the Index in the long run. In trying to cut his strings Yan still found himself to but their proxy and submitted to his fate. (fate)
    • (Seto Kaiba, Shulk)
    • (Blazblue: Ragna, Noel, Jin)
    • (Final Fantasy XIII group/ Defiers of Fate)
    • (Luke fon Fabre)
  • Brutal as the Index is in executing Prescripts, they're otherwise generally reasonable as there are various laws set by the Syndicate that forbids pointless violence and Yan himself is not exempt from this even after he was broken into becoming a Distortion. They only seek to carry out Prescripts as they come. Of course, other cults and crime organizations view Yan and the Index as a whole with caution, especially so for the latter seeing as they quickly made a name for themselves in the House of Crime and Transgressions.
    • (The Thumb: Mafias) Fingers going to war with one another isn't an uncommon occurrence as demonstrated by the conflict for L Corp's Nest between the Index and the Thumb, a mafia-themed organization that seriously values hierarchy and respect above all else. In fact, Yan himself forged a Prescript that ordered the Proxies to wage war against the Thumb (and may have done the same with the Prescript involving the dismemberment and impalment of all remaining Thumb personnel in Nest L after being mutilated by a Sottocapo and his subordinates). So naturally the various mafia families are cautious around any Index agents.
    • (the Hårga, Los Illuminados, and Shrignold of the DHMIS teachers). The Hårga, having encountered Distorted Yan more often than not, view him as a demon and done all sorts of things to drive him away though Yan himself has not acted against them beyond observing at a distance. The same cannot be said for Los Illuminados.
  • (Stanley, ICEY)
  • (Ashitaka)
  • (Winston, Julia and O'Brien)
  • "I’m just a tiny part of the world, I can never change the wishes of all people... There’s no way I can defy this flow. What I did was part of the City... The will of the City. Forging Prescripts out of spite and delivering them could be traced to the City’s volition, not my free will. But that equates to my volition in the end. The City and I... and every person in the City were one and the same."

    Elfnein and Carol Malus Dienheim 
Elfnein and Carol Malus Dienheim, Goddesses of Transferable Memories ()
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    The City (Streets of Rogue
The City, Holy Layered Metropolis
  • Potential House: Populated Areas
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  • Welcome to the city! Try to have some good, clean, wholesome fun, okay?

    The Girl (Nevaeh) 
Nevaeh, Goddess of Pictorial Speech Bubbles
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: The Butterfly sitting on top of a coffin
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Nameless Narrative, Goomba Stomp, Nice Job Breaking It, Hero, Butterfly of Death and Rebirth, Regenerating Health while in Light, Taking Damage Over Time while in Darkness, Collecting Healing Herbs, Deliberately Monochrome world until her Heroic Sacrifice to save the world like in the past
  • Domains: Light, Shadow, Butterflies
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  • A young girl in the middle of a forest is happened upon by a brother and sister who live in a village which is having trouble maintaining its light. She is prompted by the brother to go and try to help with their problem by traversing the tower from which they get power. From there, she finds a butterfly trapped in a glass and breaks it free before being assaulted by The Queen of the Night. After narrowly escaping her, the Girl sees that the village is engulfed in darkness so she heads back inside to put it back and restore the place to its original state using the butterfly to manipulate light and darkness. Along the way, she would slowly unravel the story behind it all and would find she has a much more personal history to the world than she initially thought. (finish). At one point, the Queen ripped out .
  • (ascension)
  • (light and darkness)

    Catarina Claes 
Catarina Claes, Goddess of Childhood Brain Damage OR Being Reincarnated As A Story's Evil Love Rival (Katarina, Katerina, Bakarina, Black Hole, Bikarina, "Monkey Girl", Wild Monkey, Saint-sama)
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Present day Catarina
As a child 
Past Life as the "Monkey Girl" 
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  • Theme Song: Shoujo no Route wa Hitotsu Janai!
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (originally fated to be Neutral Evil)
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  • Domain(s): Nobility, Earth Magic, Darkness Magic
    • Game: Villainy, Abuse, Doom (Exile or Death)
    • Current: Past Life, Memory, Fighting Fate (already successful), Farming, Tree-Climbing, Accidental Harem
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  • Proficient pianist and swordswoman.
  • Afraid of dogs.
  • Would the Dahaka oppose her for departing from her fated path, even though it was never her path to take, given another soul now resides in this Catarina? Or would her arrival already change the path her new world was going to take, therefore what she's doing isn't actually averting fate?
    • Catarina reasons she's just trying to avoid death, even if it means taking exile if all else fails. The game never states what happens to her after that, and she could continue living life in exile as a farmer.
  • -minor complications with Applejack since despite having farming experience, the earth pony also owns a dog.-
  • -Friends with Kyoko Sakura over hatred for those who waste food-
  • One time when ??? entered Catarina's mind, he found himself in a room with a table seating five cognitive Catarinas (Chairperson, Fearless, Spineless, Happy, Studious) as they discuss how to avert her perceived path to doom.
  • Her heart's desire cannot be fulfilled because she's mostly fulfilled in life already. She wanted sweets at the moment, but because the book that trapped her and her friends couldn't fill hunger, she proved too much for it to handle.

Possible founding of a New Life Isekai Club (working title), comprised of fellow deities who died and were reincarnated in another world.

    M1 Garand 
M1 Garand, Goddess of the Signature Sound Effect
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her namesake firearm, as well as her beret and US Army jacket
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Ridiculously Human Robots, Friendly Sniper, Glass Cannon/Mighty Glacier, Locked Shot, Nice Hat, Mellow Fellow, Signature “ping” after every eighth shot, Finger Guns, Cool Big Sis to M1A1
  • Domains: Rifles, Androids, Sound Effects
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  • Enemies: Johann Schmidt, General Heinz Bohm, Commander Masataka Shima, Wilhelm Strasse, the Rebel Army, The Enclave
  • Complicated Relationship (mainly mistrust): Isomer Black
  • Herald: M1A1
  • Like many of her fellow T-Dolls ascended before her, M1 Garand comes from what can best be described as a Crapsack World. An Earth which, among other things, is recovering from the devastating aftermath of World War III and the spread of an incredibly toxic compound in the atmosphere. The resulting deaths from both disasters has left spots wide open for a workforce leading to a demand in Autonomous Dolls. Even the various PMCs that sprang up utilizes A-Dolls specialized for warfare, referred to as Tactical Dolls, as the bulk of their combat forces. With there being laws in place prohibiting the use of weaponry made during or following the end of World War III PMCs were forced to make do with what was available, even if it regards firearms that have long been rendered obsolete. And indeed, even weapons dating far back into the previous World War is fair game for this G&K.
  • M1 Garand first came into the Pantheon by accident while hanging around her dorm with M1A1. While talking with the more juvenile T-Doll she swore she had seen a strange figure passing by but initially brushed it off as one of her comrades. Later that day while checking over the supplies they acquired from doing logistics Garand saw that same figure behind some crates and as soon as she stepped forward it started to flee. Instinctively, she follow it around the dimly lit room until she came to a door that wasn't there before and though poorly lit the inside revealed to be an oddly placed and open hatch. A concerned M1A1 ended up following her big sister figure and in losing her footing the two ended up tumbling below into the depths of who knows where.
    • When Garand came to looking over her was not only M1A1 but also her fellow T-Dolls G36 and Negev who quickly informed her of the Pantheon. Though she managed to wrap her head around the idea of such a place she still had to wonder who the heck was that figure from before? Perplexed as she was, the two veteran dolls scanned the area but found nothing and the question of who that mystery-person was going to bug her for a while... at least, until she found the perp in question was Garrett but that just opened up more branching questions.
  • Unsurprisingly, she gets along really well with many of the World War II-era US servicemen ascended into the Pantheon, many of them being trained in the use of the M1 Garand themselves, with some even making it their Weapon of Choice as well. Of these, she's probably closest to Lt. Karl Fairburne of the OSS, who has used a sniper variant of the Garand during missions in North Africa, Italy, and Germany alongside the Springfield.
    • Despite his dark past as a Mafia hitman, M1 Garand is also pretty cool with Jimmy, who has used the weapon himself during numerous hits, assassinations, and robberies. This is mainly due to their mutual experiences on being on the receiving end of a betrayal from those they considered allies in the past.
  • (Chapter 9 Night events, Morty, Hikari)
  • "Don't miss my brave figure."

    SWA Cyborgs 
Henrietta, Rico, Triela, Claes, Angelica, and Petrushka, Goddesses of Gun-Wielding Girls (Claes: Frieda Claes Johansson | Angelica: Angelina | Petrushka: Petra, Elisabeta Baronovskaya)
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Left to right: Claes, Triela, Angelica, Henrietta, Rico
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Petrushka


Something for SWA Cyborgs: SCP-191 is also a young girl who underwent Unwilling Robotization and sees herself as more machine than human.

Child Soldiers: Sousuke Sagara, Heero Yuy, Trowa Barton and Mikazuki Augus are my quickest examples.

Raiden. His time as Jack the Ripper was not a good one. Sundowner

Sousuke Sagara and Ender Wiggins are child soldiers. The Masked Man/Claus was turned into Porky's cyborg minion.For Triela, SCP- 1048, SCP-2295, and Lotso are teddy bears. Lionel Starkweather made a few snuff films.For Henrietta, Yuri Nakamura and Hanako Ikezawa also survived the deaths of their entire families.For Petrushka, Ahiru is a duck who turned into a human and does ballet.For Angelica, Labrys is also a Flawed Prototype.

For the SWA Cyborgs, there's Naughty Bear, another teddy bear for Triela to interact with.

    The Rebel Flagship 
Rebel Flagship
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  • Potential House: Vehicles Depot (The Great Treasury)
  • Class 4
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  • Appearance: A bulky spacefaring vessel outfitted with the latest of technology.
  • Theme Song: Last Stand
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Domains: Spaceships, Rebellion
  • Portfolio: Faster-Than-Light Travel, Sequential Final Boss, Swapping and adding on systems each time it runs, Exclusive Enemy Equipment, Authority Equals Asskicking, Lightning Bruiser, Humanity Is Advanced, Fights effectively even without its bells and whistles, Power Surges, AI takes control after the crew's death, Destruction all but assures the Federation's victory
  • With the war heavily leaning towards the Rebellion's favor as they either exterminate or enslave any and all extraterrestrials they come across the Federation's last beacon of hope rests on a lone ship outrunning the Rebel Fleet. Their mission? Relay vital information regarding the Rebels. The information? The presence of the Rebel Flagship. Once it goes the rest of the Rebels' morale crumbles along with it making the once unstoppable army easy pickings for even the Federation in their current state. Easier said than done, however. As if journeying through the galaxy's many dangerous with a horde of Rebels at one's tail wasn't bad enough, going straight to defeating Flagship as the Feds and Rebels are busy killing each other is not a walk in the park either. Defeating it is by all means improbable, but not impossible. With some planning and quite a bit of luck even a beast as mighty as she will fall.
  • Though meticulously recreated from intercepted blueprints down to the last bit of scrap and fully functional its stay at the Treasure Vault means no-one will actually get to use it, unlike the Kestrels that was brought before it. Of course with all of its capabilities that hasn't stopped many an outside party from taking notice and trying their hand at acquiring a Flagship of their own in some way.
  • Befitting its infamy, it's got the weapons to match. The Flagship has some potent Ion weaponry, lasers, beams, and a missile launcher each with their individual systems, but it has way more than that. The rest of its systems aren't lacking either, and besides its more direct capabilities it also comes with cloaking, drones, teleporters, hacking, mind control, and Zoltan shields. On top of that, should all the crew manning it perish an AI will begin to take over from there and finish the fight for the Rebels, and it makes up for its lack of crew by automatically repairing the different systems. An on top of that the Flagship can periodically utilize Power Surges to boost its existing capabilities either through deploying entire swarms of drones, firing an onslaught of lasers, or bringing back it Zoltan shields. Its versatility is beyond that of many other ships in its home universe, but bear in mind it can only have a select few of such components at a given time which it has lost and swapped as it jumps away before being totally destroyed to recuperate. Still, it is not a ship to be trifled with.
  • For as strong as it is, to the point that the Rebels have even tried creating a second one in a secretive shipyard, it's abundantly clear that the Rebels might have placed all their eggs in a single basket with the Flagship. The moment it fell and was engulfed in fire, the rest of the fleet followed suit. Perhaps its construction was expensive, or all their important figures and leaders are onboard, or it may have been a too strong of a symbol for their cause. Either way, it proved to be a glaring weakness for such a seemingly unstoppable force.

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Polpo, The God Who Might as Well Not Be in Prison at All
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    The Rotten Vale 
The Rotten Vale, Holy Seat of Carrion-Filled Lands
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    Pantheon Headcanons 
  • Depending on the certain traits and how much it defines them, deities could have more than one option to be remade. For example, robotic deities have the option of either being reborn in the House of Life And Death or be rebuilt in the House of Technology and plant-people could be regrown in the House of Plants.
  • Wildlife in the Pantheon is a huge chaotic mishmash of unascended animals from many different worlds and universes. Most of the time when one member or a group of the species is ascended they were here in the Pantheon to begin with and its just a matter of finding them.
  • The House of Gaming, despite not being a virtual world, has the ability to glitch occasionally. T-posing, invisible textures, no-clipping, and the like are all possible. Similarly, some game mechanics and abilities like Hitbox Dissonance and fast travel are also made possible at certain times, though deities who are well known for it are more likely to be able to do it even outside of the House (like the Plesioth and its hipchecks).


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