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  • 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.
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  • 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.
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  • Rivals: Members of the Pantheon that are rivals.
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  • 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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Jude the Dude, God of Fatal Gunfire (The Brokest Back in the West, Ambiguously Gay Cowboy, Death Blade)

  • Reasoning: Continuing with the irony of Herr Frederick's death with his turbines, Jack Cayman snatches his hand cannons to shoot Jude so many times until he's reduced to skeleton where he offhandedly shoots what's left leaving only the skull... Then he's implied to come back as an annoying Mini-Boss.

Copen Kamizono (Copen, Acura Kamizono, Acura, The Avenger, The Adept Slayer) (Muggle Power)

  • Reasoning: Copen has the benefit of representing both options of the trope. This homicidal 14-year old is on a mission from his deceased father to rid the world of Adepts out of a concern over their power destroying much of their world. Going by supplementary material and much of the stages in the second game being the Seven's doing (destroyed highways, frozen cities, and such), it's pretty justified if you ignore the fact that not all Adepts have ill intentions. Now, for Copen to actually stand a chance against Adepts he uses high-tech equipment to copy their Septimas (usually over the deceased owner, though Zonda is the exceptions to this). I believe his worthiness can be best expressed by this line in the first game:
    Copen: "I will eradicate every last one of you monsters from this world. Even if I have to use your own powers to do it!"
    • Halted until a little bit after Luminous Avenger iX. Implement Sumeragi Institute, Lola's new gigs, Copen looking after kids, heroism to Minos, etc.

Leone Abbacchio, God of Tragic Mistakes

  • Reasoning: In his backstory, he became a cop out of a strong sense of justice. However, he was soon bogged down by the rampant crime in Italy and the ungratefulness of the citizens. It got so bad that he accepted a bribe from a man working with a prostitute, reasoning that if he just arrested them then the money would be directed to the courts and that he should at least make some money off of it anyways since either way, they're gonna continue their crimes. This comes back to bite him when he meets the same guy breaking in a store and tells Abbaccio that if he arrests him, he'll rat out the fact that he took a bribe. This leads to Abbaccio's partner Taking the Bullet and being discharged from the force anyways, becoming alcoholic until he was taken into Passione by Bruno.
    • Held off until Golden Wind anime ends for hype related reasons.

50 Blessings, Deified Mysterious Employers

  • Reasoning: The people behind the other line who order Jacket, Biker, Richter, Jake's and many more killings as a Masked Maniac with Spy Speak. They are a patriotic organization, but there's more than meats the eye with them, especially with a story like Hotline Miami. For starters, though they were thought by Jacket to be linked to the Russian Mob, they really are the masterminds of the situation, making Jacket go on a wild-goose chase and fulfilling their plans of cleaning up The Mafiya and topping the Russo-American Coalition to get America back on its feet again. Their motives as mentioned don't come to light until you go through Biker's story and find all the letters for the password on a computer.

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.

Gammoth, Goddess of Mammoths (Giant Beast, Behemoth, Immovable Mountain God)

  • Reasoning: Very noticeably reminiscent of a Wooly Mammoth further invoked by its English name.

Steven Chapman, God of Shopping Cart Antics

  • Reasoning: His main weapon is a shopping cart armed with a plethora of blades, which he uses to violently defend his store.

Fatalis, Crimson Fatalis and White Fatalis, Dragon Gods of Ominous Latin Chanting

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.

Lord Gesser, Noa, and Leo Fallmont, Feuding Gods of Ultra-Violent Media (Lord Gesser: XIII)

  • Reasoning: It would be fitting in a game that does live up to the fact that its very violent while at the some time being a Deconstruction when it comes to its story and cutscenes that both a sponsor and two organizers of the competition would ascend for it.

Duke Fishron, God of Flying Sea Creatures

  • Reasoning: It's a fish-pig-dragon-thing that has the ability to fly and chase down the Terrarian, and will repeatedly charge at them if they exit the Ocean biome. It can also call upon Sharknadoes

The Ghost Trick crewmembers , Patron Saints of Everyone Being Apart of the Story

  • Reasoning: Everyone's connected to the case of the night involving someone called "the Manipulator". Sissel? The cat that accompanied Yomiel/the Manipulator after getting ghost powers who also unknowingly mistook his visage as his own. Lynne? The girl held at gunpoint by Yomiel, and is on the receiving end of his revenge. Cabenela? The guy who pushed Yomiel to the extremes, also a source for revenge. Jowd? The man who chased Yomiel down and "killed him". Another source for revenge. Kamilla? Jowd's daughter, whose mom got shot on her birthday by Yomiel and pinned the blame on her for Jowd to take the fall. Missile? He was Ray, the tutorial person, the entire time, who time travelled back to prevent a Bad Future. And that's not even all of them, there are much more characters connected in some way or another... Only time I'm going to hide the spoilers is within.

SCP-1959, God of Dramatic Space Drifting

  • Reasoning: The Lost Cosmonaut has been floating in space for decades, alive the whole time and is holding an Eldritch Abomination in his body while fighting the laws of physics and biology to do so

The Siren, Extolled Goddess of Montrous Merfolk

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    The Dark Brotherhood 
The Dark Brotherhood, Defied Guild of Candlelit Rituals
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Tapestry of the Black Hand
  • Potential House:
  • [tup]s:
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: Most of the time it’s a black hand print. The Night Mother herself is also applicable as well as an effigy for the Black Sacrament, entrances to the Dark Brotherhood's sanctuaries, or depictions of Sithis.
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment:
  • Portfolio: Will welcome any murderer into their Brotherhood of Evil, Evil Is One Big, Happy Family, The Nothing After Death, In the Hood, Assassin business full of Psychos For Hire, Red and Black and Evil All Over, Religion of Evil
  • Domains: Assassination, Guilds, Brotherhoods, Cults, The Void, Secrecy
  • Followers:
  • Allies: Diavolo, Polpo
  • Rivals: Most of the House of Killers & Assassins in particular the Black Organization
  • Enemies: The Assassins Brotherhood, Shay Patrick Cormac, Hassan-I-Sabbah, Night Raid, Akame
  • Respected by/Respects:
  • Pitied by/Pities:
  • Opposed by/Opposes:
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • Special Connections: Sheogorath, The Dragonborn
  • As the sun emerged from the horizon on a chilly morning, a god's murder was discovered. In their temple, their own bedroom no less, their throat slit and agape not unlike a second mouth. In that very same House an hour later a goddess' body was found floating in shallow waters. . The murders were soon traced to an abandoned storehouse fare off the House over and when the authorities arrived they found nothing... save for the bizarre sight of a effigy resembling a human body surrounded by a circle of candles. Also in the circle were nightshade, human flesh, and a knife leading to the assumption that it was a ritual for some unholy monster or some hellish vengeful spirit. When word soon broke of their findings it eventually reached the ears of the Dragonborn who out of curiosity requested the records for taken tropes and after some pulled strings they found the trope of Candlelit Rituals taken with the name associated with it saying it all: The Dark Brotherhood.
  • The Dark Brotherhood are a shadowy order of assassins dating back as far as the Second Era and are a supposed splinter group of the honorable and legal Morag Tong concentrated in Morrowind. Though acting like a cult similar to their bitter rival faction, the Dark Brotherhood operate under a more business-like and pragmatic approach perhaps owed to their activity in multiple regions across Tamriel. They persist because people want other people dead for reason or another and are willing to perform the Black Sacrament where it's their job to send souls to their [[ Dread Father, Sithis]]. So long as someone is willing to commit murder, so long does the void hungers for souls, the Brotherhood will welcome anyone into their fold ill regards to race or gender. Even werewolves and vampires are accepted members. And to that extent they are also willing to take on hits done on anyone through all walks of life. They could be women, they could be children, and they could even be Emperors. Little is beyond their reach, and they'll see their contracts to the end.
  • It is no secret that the Dark Brotherhood reverse Sithis, but the official head of the group is the Night Mother, the recipient of all contracts from the Black Sacrament. Her origins are, much like the family, shrouded. To give an example there are even claims that she is just an aspect of the Daedric Prince Mephala. Whatever the case, bellow her is the Listener who is the only person the Night Mother speaks to. The Listener is a member of the Black Hand with the four other members being the Speakers and their mistress' orders are relayed to them where they select a Dark Brother or Sister best suited for the task. They could be your run of the mill cloak and dagger, or perhaps they could be a hulking brute with a warhammer, it matters not for they serve all the same.
  • A professional if quirky group of murderers they may be, vilified by just about everyone across the continent of Tamriel, even they have their rules set in place. Keeping their family together are the Five Tenets, their punishments severe should they be broken, and they are as follows:
    Tenet 1: Never dishonor the Night Mother. To do so is to invoke the Wrath of Sithis.
    Tenet 2: Never betray the Dark Brotherhood or its secrets. To do so is to invoke the Wrath of Sithis.
    Tenet 3: Never disobey or refuse to carry out an order from a Dark Brotherhood superior. To do so is to invoke the Wrath of Sithis.
    Tenet 4: Never steal the possessions of a Dark Brother or Dark Sister. To do so is to invoke the Wrath of Sithis.
    Tenet 5: Never kill a Dark Brother or Dark Sister. To do so is to invoke the Wrath of Sithis.
    • Exceptions are made to the Tenets when Purifications are put in place in very dire circumstances, such as rooting out traitors and other dissidents in a Sanctuary offering every soul as appeasement to Sithis. The Dark Brotherhood has been around for centuries, and to say that they've always been a tight knit group no matter what would be spitting in the face of historical fact. Be it a splinter group led by a vampire supremacist, or a man hellbent on exacting his long overdue vengeance on the brotherhood, the group has known strife. Indeed, the latter crippled much of the Brotherhood's presence in Cyrodiil where it soon went downhill from there and they even were close to outright extermination. Some say they finally perished during Alduin's return, but others say they continued to operate and persist.
  • (Killers and Assassins, Black Organization) Originally the Dark Brotherhood wanted the title of Syndicate Of Secretive Assassinations but were already beaten by the Black Organization while also swiftly establishing connections to their fellow ne'er-do-wells. Nevertheless the Dark Brotherhood made their rivalry clear by foiling one of their hits and slaying the assassin in turn. Some say it was apart of a contract, others say it was but simple spite to show they were definitive competitors not unlike the Morag Tong. In any case, the rivalry filled such a void pun not intended.
    • Other assassins tend to be viewed as rivals.
  • (Shadowscales)
  • (Sheogorath, the Dragonborn)
  • Hail Sithis.

    Bloody Mary (Twisted Metal
Bloody Mary, Goddess of Bloody Bridal Gowns
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  • Potential House: Pantheon/
  • [tup]s:
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A bloody wedding dress and a knife
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Ax-Crazy Daddy's Girl, Yandere in a Blood-Splattered Wedding Dress, Love Makes You Evil and Love Makes You Crazy, Becoming a Empty Shell who seeks Death
  • Vehicle of Choice: Spectre
  • Domains: Twisted Love, Loneliness, Jealousy, Entitlement, Insanity
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  • Enemies: Calypso, Needles Kane, Dollface (Black,
  • Opposes: Ato-ko Shirogane
  • The woman known only by the moniker "Bloody Mary" struggled with love throughout her life. Her first confession to a boy she crushed on ended with him a harsh rejection which in led to her punishing him. Mary maintains a "stable"note  life after this incident, but she wasn't the same ever again. In her college years she watched as her friends got married, literally always the bridesmaid and never the bride. While attending Kristen's wedding Mary at some point snapped and murdered the bride and dragged her into a dressing room, bolted the door, and tried on her wedding dress. Mary then took off in what was supposed to be Kristen's new car and escaped before being caught and sent to Blackfield Asylum.
    • Mary was approached by Calypso one day to compete in his contest under the promise that she will find her true love which she accepted without hesitation. After dealing with the competitors and other obstacles, she finally met up with Calypso who brought with him her love. Slightly fixed via lobotomization, but Mary didn't care. To her, he was perfect... until this happened:
      Mary's Groom: "I... will.. never... love... you.."
      • Enraged that he still wasn't the perfect spouse, he bashed his head in repeatedly and drove off to continue her search for true love. And she'll go through every man she finds until Mary one who really does fit her. This search ended up becoming fruitless, however, when her mental state deteriorated where Mary only drives and kills until someone puts her out of her misery.
  • While initially apathetic to the Pantheon, Mary came to snap out of her slump when she realized the new amount of potential spouses for her to pick and choose. Her good mood came to a screeching halt when she realized the Dollface of her world and Needles Kane are also present due to standing in the way of her search for true love. While Needles could care less of her opinion, Dollface sees her as a horrible person that she'll make roadkill of. Mary also has it out against Calypso for having half-assed her wish for true love while the Twisted Metal host only remarked it was a shame it didn't turn out the way she expected it to... but she's free to try again in the next contest.
  • She's a Yandere with no defined lover to go after and thus she can be seen driving around the Pantheon for potential spouses. If they don't play along as the groom she, of course, kills them and relapses to being mindless again and the process repeats. This unhealthy mentality all thanks to her relationship with her dad. While he hasn't exactly abused her, having always called her beautiful, it was through his opinions on women's beauty that Mary ended up this way. It's a wonder she doesn't hold anything against him despite having committed uxoricide.
    • As one can guess and accurately imagine she's especially bothersome to many people in the House of Love.
  • Bloody Mary drives the car, Spectre, which is Kristen's 1969 Chevrolet Corvette C3 repurposed for vehicular combat. Its speed and control is amazing, yet its defenses leave a lot to be desired. Its special are Homing Projectiles called Ghost Missiles which, true to the name, will hunt down whoever its locked onto come hell or highwater.
  • Is somewhat conflicted when it comes to the topic of the Relationship Saboteur Ato-ko Shirogane. On one hand, Mary could take advantage of the fallout of the broken couple by checking to see if the man is right for her. But on the other hand, she's also very capable of screwing her over as well if Mary does indeed find her other half. Its reported that right now she opposes her until new events come to light.
  • “My prince charming is out there, I know he is. And I’ll find him. Even if I have to go through each and every man. One. At a time.

    Phonon 
Yoshiko, Goddess of Disliking One's Birthname (Phonon [Always call her this], Chemeti)
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  • Potential House: Naming Convention
  • [tup]s:
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her whip, Muniel
  • Theme Song: Sounds of Night Wind♪
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Jerkass Chuunibyou, Deconstructed Character Archetype, I Just Want to Be Special, Sonic Stunner, The Stoic until she isn't, Prefers to be called Phonon, Empathic Weapon, You Gotta Have Green Hair, Insufferable Overconfidence, Sadistic Dominatrix Wannabe
  • Domains: Sound, Whips, Identity Refusal, Selfishness
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  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Hilda, Merkava
  • Opposed by/Opposes: Hyde Kido, Ann Takamaki
  • Herald: Nanase
  • Yosh-, um, Phonon is a young girl longing to be special and escaping from her perceived boring, normal life. Hearing rumors of people suddenly found unconscious and living shadows, she blindly jumps onto the idea of . This lead to her first encounter with a Void, one she barely escaped with her life and ended up falling unconscious from the stress of it all. Not too long after that fateful night she gets scouted out by the Existence Force Guardians, a group comprised of another school's student council, who wish to help out their fellow students who have turned in In-Births themselves. Phonon agreed to join, but only did so for her own gain as to gain a weapon, learn more about her new powers, and overall learn about the Hollow Night itself, and after a month she quit to become an unaffiliated fighter in the Hollow Night.
  • She managed to ascend after getting into a fight with the Inspector regarding her name. She intended to be another follower to some god but the insistence that she should use her real name set her off. Once the Court of Gods caught wind of this, they decided to invite her for that very reason as it connects to her disassociation with reality and her desire to live out her fantasies where she, like her curiosity with the Hollow Night, jumped right along with. In fact she saw the Pantheon as something not too different from it in the end: "A special dimension that only the chosen can enter". Phonon would of liked that her reason for entry was more cooler, but she'll take what she can get.
  • Her power is the EXS of Violent Sound/Swinging Cry: Baroque Noise. With it, she's able create powerful blasts of sound which she uses in conjunction with her whip to either create projectiles or enhance her whip's strikes thus cementing her status as a Long-Range Fighter. To make sure she doesn't get harmed by her own power, she wears protective headphones which may or may not be also be representative of her loner nature.
  • With a personality consisting of being a wise-cracker whose opinion of oneself is too, it's a mystery as to how Nanase is friends with her given their conflicting personalities. Outside of school, she tries to act as a sort of dominatrix what with her choice of weapon and everything, but she's still working on that act.
    • (TO BE REWRITTEN) One of her first steps on improving this act was to look to various inspirations, and she went to the House of Lustful Acts in search of a Phantom Thief that fit such a description. Meeting Ann in person, Phonon found her to be a bit of a let down. She tried being more direct, saying to "teach her how to be a dom" but after being cleared up on a bunch of things, namely the dom part, the In-Birth stormed off stating she's better off taking notes from someone who fit the act both in appearance and in personality. Ann stopped her before she did something stupid like confront Akasha.
  • Phonon wasn't glad to meet Hyde again, finding him an annoying idiotic dork after killing the cool atmosphere such as giving her whip lame names. A bit of a disappointment considering his personality is a sharp contrast to his appearance. Hyde returns said feelings, and its not hard to see why. It's worth noting how much of a contrast they are to each other. While Phonon wanted to be an In-Birth and her disposition is that of an edgelord and wants to distance herself from her normal life, Hyde wasn't so happy with it. As much as he's willing to help people out, he also wants to return to being a normal kid.
  • "I guess I'm kind of like those heroines who awaken to special powers one day. I'm an In-Birth, or whatever they're called... Might as well use these cool powers for my own benefit."

    Ulysses 
Ulysses, Patron Saint of Flag Designs (Courier, The Flag-Bearer)
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    Dwemer Ruins 
Dwemer Ruins, Holy Seat of Hidden Advanced Civilizations
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Blackreach/Fal Zhardum Din, one of many ruins
  • Potential House: Establishments
  • Description: Ancient structures defined by stone and bronze metal foundations along with Steampunk machines still running
  • Symbol: A Dwarven Centurion head
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Former homes to Deep Elves, Eternal Engine, Advanced Ancient Acropolis, Elaborate Under Ground Base, Ragnarök Proofing, Magitek, Older Is Better
  • Domains: Elves, Steampunk, Ancient Civilizations
  • Sacred to: tbd
  • Unholy to: tbd
  • There's a lot to go over in the land of Tamriel. Among them was a race far more technologically advanced than any man, mer, or beastfolk to have ever walked Nirn: the Dwemer. Mistakenly called Dwarves, they accomplished things ranging from Mecha Mooks that could last without their masters, reality warping Humongous Mecha, to even a decive that could safely read an Elder Scroll. All of that, without submitting to the physical and magical limitations. We should also mention how much of an ego they had which rivals their intelligence. Such an ideology extended to gods, whom while that acknowledge that while they exist, they did not see them as gods. The Dwemer ended up disappearing after attempting to utilize the Heart of Lorkhan.

    Poland (Polandball) 
Poland, God of Foreign Swears (Polan, Polen)
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  • House: Words under Quirks
  • Theme Song: Mazurek Dąbrowskiego, Poland's national anthem
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: Himself
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Butt-Monkey, The Ditz, The resident Polish plumber, Heteronormative Crusader, Improbable Weapon User, Innocently Insensitive, Iron Butt Monkey, Manchild, Being drawn up-side down, Politically Incorrect Hero, Pierogis, Negative Continuity, Depending on the Writer, Come to Poland, your car's already here!
  • Domains: Poland, Polish Culture and Sterotypes, Plumbing, Web Comics
  • Allies: XCOM, Funny Valentine (one sided)
  • Enemies: The Axis Powers, Nazis especially, like Millenium, Wilhelm Strasse, Red Skull, nazi-like organizations, all Soviets
  • Complicated Relationships: Germans, Russians
  • Heralds: The rest of the Countryballs
  • Cannot into: The House of Time and Space
  • One day, across various Houses temples suddenly started to have severe plumbing problems. While there were people trying to fix it, they just seemed to miraculously start back up again. Enter this little ball with an upside down Polish flag carrying a plunger. He agreed to help with the plumbing, but only if they "gib monies". The ball, miraculously, managed to fix the problems and decided to stay as a resident Pantheonic plumber.
    • The rest of the countries managed to tail Poland for one reason or another, and managed to cement themselves as Poland's Heralds. All of them, or, well, all modern countries. Poland of course couldn't really say no.
  • Poland is the physical representation of the country of Poland in ball form. Poland is generally naïve but nice, and is usually treated like Butt-Monkey in many given situations. Of course, since he is an embodiment of Poland he also inherited the many stereotypes surrounding it exaggerated to a high degree. As such, he can very much come across as a Politically Incorrect Hero, being very Catholic and ethnically homogeneous leading to cases of insensitivity.
    • You might be asking "But Poland's flag is upside-down!" Well, that's because Poland, the country itself, is upside-down. That, and well it had long since caught on by then. Trying to correct it will draw immense ire from him. Because of the way he is designed, however, people also began mistaking him for Monaco and Indonesia which also frustrates him. Though he did utilize it in disguising as the latter to evade Nazi Germany, only to get found by Imperial Japan. He revealed himself, but that did little to defuse the situation.
  • For some reason or another, Poland cannot into space. Anytime he attempts to enter space, something, somewhere, would stop him somehow. For this reason he cannot into the House of Time and Space either. A wide variety of scientists organized by the House of Science tried to find out the cause of this phenomenon by observing his many, many, many attempts, but so far haven't found anything worthwhile.
    • The perceptive should be aware whether or not Poland is in one's spaceship as it could mean its immediate destruction. Though he's too friendly to pull this on folks, there was a time where he actually weaponized this against aliens. XCOM commended Poland for such bravery and have considered future use of it while ADVENT and other extraterrestrial foes against XCOM keeps a closer eye on any round, Polish hitchhikers.
    • There was a time that, while not actually into space, space itself got closer to Poland. Now that would of been fine and all... if it didn't end up killing all life on Earth by dooming it to a frozen, barren hell. Because of this, some members of the GUAD want to "help" Poland go into space to see what sort of disastrous effects it can have on the Pantheon as a whole. For the well being of the Pantheon, people tend to stop Poland from going into space.
    • For the record, he actually did go into space. But this fact is universally ignored for the sake of hilarity. When Poland is around, this bit of information seems to cease to exist to those nearby. Books, articles, memory, and whatever are not safe from this effect and it stays until Poland leaves.
  • He has his favorite share of Houses. Ever since he found out that the House of Food can bake a near limitless amount of pierogis, he's been visiting there constantly to get his fill of them. Poland frequents n the House of Commerce he goes around asking people to donate to Eastern Poland.
  • Upon hearing that there were Nazis in the Pantheon, he proceeded to flip the fuck out, vowing to kill every single one of them when he gets the chance. When Millenium were planning an attack, Polandball arrived in a fucking tank and was decked out in full Hussar regalia. He, surprisingly, was nearing victory but was soon overwhelmed by Millenium's vampiric forces. He tends to stay away from them since he doesn't want to start another fight, but swore he'll end them eventually. He also plans on taking the fight to all Soviet Union members.
    • Regarding his relationship with normal Germans and Russians, it tends to fluctuate due to the nature of his web comic. With all that being said he's tends to have a better relationship with the former overall as while their history is by all accounts painful, Germany in the present has changed drastically from when they were in the past..
  • Likes to hang out with Funny Valentine since he's president of the United States and they went to space, though Valentine doesn't really care about him. Even so, he enjoys Poland's company whenever he visits. They actually found out that there is an alternate universe version of Funny Valentine where he is a ball that replaces America. Though instead of having sunglasses he has golden curly locks.
  • "Polan can into Trope Pantheon"

    The Fans 
Tony: Man, this House stinks. I fucking hate these people.

Ash: Who invited all these morons?

Tony, Corey, Alex Davis, Ash Davis, and Mark, Divine Quintet of the Killer Role Reversal (The Fans; Alex and Ash: The Swan Twins)
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Adopted Profiles. Halted until a little bit after the anime ends

    Pesci 
Pesci, God of Unorthodox Fishing Rod Usage
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  • Adopted from: RJ-Clovis
  • Potential House: (House of Weaponized Objects)
  • [tup]s:
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His Stand, Beach Boy
  • Theme Song: [[ Pesci]], [[ pesce]]
  • Alignment:
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains:
  • Followers:
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies:
  • Respected by/Respects:
  • Pitied by/Pities:
  • Opposed by/Opposes:
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • High Priest:
  • Herald:

Treasures

Currently Working On

    The G.E.C.K. 
Garden of Eden Creation Kit (The G.E.C.K.)
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Not Right Now

Reworked Profiles

Joshua Graham, The Vex, Barroth, Deviljho, Lagiacrus, Big Bull, Calypso, Zinogre, Hermaeus Mora

Currently Working On

Let's go and rework Monster Hunter
    Rajang 
Rajang, God of Lightning Bruisers (Child of Destruction, The Golden Lion, Golden Thunder God, Great Golden Beast, Super Saiyan)
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    Gore and Shagaru Magala 
Rework Date:

Gore Magala and Shagaru Magala, Dragon Gods of Eclipse Symbolism (Gore Magala: Black Eclipse Wyvern, Goa, Gore, Big Black Evil Dragon; Shagaru Magala: Heaven's Wheel, The Dragon that Circles the Heavens, Shagaru, Stephenson, Shaggy)

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Gore Magala
"Frenzy Mode" 
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Shagaru Magala
Chaotic Gore Magala 
  • Houses: Specialized Narratives
  • [tup]s:
  • Theme Songs: The Cloak that Conceals the Light (Gore Magala) / Reincarnation of Light and Darkness (Shagaru Magala) / Chaotic Cloak of Light and Darkness (Chaotic Gore Magala)
  • Intermediate God (Gore) Greater God (Shagaru)
  • Symbol: The Hunter's Guild's icon for Gore Magala, Shagaru Magala, and Chaotic Gore Magala
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: About the size of a Steam Locomotive, The Berserkers, Spreading Dangerous Diseases, Afflicted are stronger yet die shortly, Multi-Armed and Dangerous, Lightning Bruisers, Total Eclipse of the Plot, Unstoppable Rage, Flagship Monsters
  • Domains: Dragons, Viruses, Transformations, Eclipse Symbolism, Darkness, Light
  • Rivals: Deviljho
  • Enemies: The Monster Hunters, Guts, the Dragonborn, Miraak, Gwyn, Ornstein and Smough, Any and all wildlife within the Pantheon
  • Source of Interest for: Albert Wesker, Nurgle, Orson Krennic
  • Size: 1549.59 cm - 2201.12 cm (Gore Magala) / 1584.80 cm - 2165.90 cm (Chaotic Gore Magala) / 1564.73 cm - 2187.06 cm (Shagaru Magala)
  • It was a horrible day in the Pantheon. Animals far and wide all of a sudden succumb to a violent frenzy with purple hues all over the body before slowly dying off. The House of Health and Diseases was filled to the brim with infectees living and not, and it was only through the Monster Hunters help that they tracked down the source of the epidemic. A wyvern, dark as the empty night sky, with matching wings resembling a cloak: The Gore Magala.
    • After much effort it was locked inside the House of Science within a special containment cell as to figure out how the hell to stop the Frenzy Virus. It didn't really last that long: While much of the infectees died off the ones that didn't gained a great boost in power along with spreading the virus further, achieving what is called the Apex State. These Apex Monsters caused another deal of havoc but while they were suppressed thanks to the Monster Hunter's experiences, enough time went by for the Gore Magala to mature into the Shagaru Magala. Though it was again defeated, it and its juvenile form made their permanent residence when the symbolism for eclipses was called out. To the surprise of no one, Albert Wesker and Nurgle had a hand in ascending these things.
    • It wasn't enough that Wesker and Nurlge's attention is on the Magalas. Orson Krennic is also interested in the monster's Frenzy virus for the Empire's purposes. Whether to further enhance Stormtroopers or to use as a bio-weapon against the rebellion or any other enemy that opposes the Galactic Empire, the possibilities seem endless but as of now no progress is made. If we had to guess, it's probably going to end horribly like with the Ancient Civilization and the Equal Dragon Weapon.
  • Because of the lack of eyesight in its juvenile state, the Gore Magala utilizes its scales to be spread around. It is near blind at first with only a few of them but as they spread it the environment becomes much clearer. You will know its vision will become perfect when its antennae unfolds and the skies darken like an eclipse and it will fight at its greatest potential. Such scales have the side effect of spreading a violence-inducing disease that could potentially devastate an entire ecosystem but it fits since it's adult form is classified as an Elder Dragon as its part of the course with them.
  • They were used by Miraak during his simultaneous resurrection/ascension rampage. The two weren't all happy being brainwashed and have made attempts on avoiding him whilst ruining whatever plan he has as revenge. Unfortunately, their dismantling of his plans involve inducing Frenzy on some of his dragons. They don't necessarily break free, but they either tend to become more uncontrollable and die shortly after or become stronger. The two monsters are targeted by the Dragonborn and Guts after a couple of Miraak's Dragons wrecked havoc.
  • Some believe Shagaru Magala has some kind of connection to Lucifer, due to when Shagaru spreads it's wings, it is in the shape of a star; much like Lucifer himself. (expand)
  • Should a Gore Magala fail to molt properly it becomes the Chaotic Gore Magala. Due to being in-between the two forms, it utilizes both movesets of its juvenile and adult counterparts. And as the name implies it is also much more aggressive than both of the two, trading in finesse for pure strength and force. In short, do NOT interrupt the Gore Magala's molting process.

    Gogmazios 
Gogmazios, Dragon God of Tar (Giant Halberd Dragon, Gog, George, Gogsadios, Mr. Sadface)
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  • Emerging from decades old hibernation with scales as black as the tar that drips from its own body is the Gogmazios, the Giant Halberd Dragon. Abominable even among its fellow Elder Dragons little is actually known about it other than its appetite for sulfur. In ancient times it was known to raid the gunpowder stores of cities, and at one point it involuntarily stole the first Dragonator from Dundorma during its attack. Getting in the way of its feeding is ill advised, it completely wiped out an entire settlement during its time to end its hunger.
  • Perhaps fittingly, Gogmazios was around the Pantheon since its simpler but ever-so hectic beginnings. While it had many encounters with its denizens it ultimately went back into hibernation and soon its presence was forgotten and its title was mistakenly marked as otherwise empty. Fast forward to the present and it ended up becoming hungry again and arose from... somewhere, and was said made a beeline to the House of Explosives. The Monster Hunters, with the little knowledge of its behavioral hunger in mind, gathered support to deter its rampage. As the Court of Gods made it clear it still holds a right to its title various deities pitching in by gathering as much gunpowder as possible. While they proved to underestimate its cravings, the sustained fire eventually drove it off. As a result of this encounter it's probably not going back to hibernation anytime soon and it hasn't given up on going after the House of Weapons.
  • It goes without saying: The Giant Halberd Dragon is as menacing as they come, and as an Elder Dragon it has the power to back up its fearsome appearance. Its claim to infamy is the sticky flammable tar it constantly exudes from its body which also entraps those caught in its droplets. It is essentially sweating impurities that it exudes after its consumption of sulfur in gunpowder. Gog itself is burdened by its own tar, but this does little to hinder its surprising amount of mobility. In fact when enraged it begins to suddenly heat up despite there being an organ for heat exhaustion and the tar that once burdens it follows suit. The drops of tar will now explode and without the sustance now dissipating in this state Gog can also force itself to fly and rain down burning oil lasers.
    • The tar that covers it may also be viewed as a double-edged sword. Because of how viscous it is there is nothing stopping it from entrapping whatever comes incontact with Gog's body, such as the protoype of a giant lance meant to impale monsters. And being covered in volatile tar, old and hardened or not, leaves it weak to the Fire Element. For this reason it stays as far away from the House of Fire & Heat under the possibility that being there would ignite too much of the tar when its still on its own body. This does open the question if it could survive such an explosion as the Monster Hunters claim its durability surpasses Dalamadur, an Elder Dragon whos boundless serpentine body can constrict mountains.
  • On its quest for more gunpowder, Gogmazios was reported to have assaulted the cruel Lord Shen's temple. Though his fortresses' mounted weaponry were enough to drive it off, the attack still came off as an unpleasant surprise despite the size of the beast.
  • Its name comes from the names of Gog and Magog, two Biblical names typically associated with negative aspects like destruction and demons whether its referring to individuals and/or lands. The parts are "geos" referring to the land, and a french word "érosion" which is there to resemble the English word invasion. Altogether, it fits quite well.

  • This is one of the rare instances in which a Sticky Situation can apply to both predator and prey. On one hand, this thing is constantly dripping something that resembles tar (explosive tar, no less). On the other hand, it can use its tar to render hunters immobile before attacking.
  • The origins of this dragon are completely unknown. Not even Io, who has been stated to have birthed all dragons, can provide a clear answer regarding specifically where Gogmazios came from.
    • Partially the reason behind this is that it hibernates for a couple of years to decades after consuming enough nutrients.
  • It is known to eat gunpowder in large quantities. More specifically, gunpowder that contains sulfur and is able to consume it by decomposing said substance within its body. By doing so, it is likely to give its opponents burns through emitting the heat from its body. The House of Weapons, mainly those that utilize long range weapons has been making sure the creature doesn't get a snack of gunpowder that may be there.
  • The Chosen Undead doesn't really like the creature, as its appearance reminds him/her of fighting against Black Dragon Kalameet.
  • It has given off the impression of being a Dracolich. Grima has been looking at it and seeing if it can play a role in his plans.
    • Kyurem, on the other hand, has been getting into fights against it. A lot of damage is involved during said conflicts.
  • As one would expect regarding Acnologia, he has been expressing interest in seeing this dragon's true power, regardless of its origins. A battle between the two is expected to happen at some point.
  • Normally, it can't fly. However, it is able to by evaporating the heat from its wings, basically forcing itself to fly once enraged.
  • It has an incredibly long lifespan, though it didn't evolve as much compared to other species from its universe.
  • For some reason, its chin markings resemble a sad face.

    The Monster Hunters 
The Monster Hunters, Divine Creature-Hunter Organization
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Fallout Cage

    The Courier 
The Courier, The Messenger of the Gods (Courier Six, The Grim Fucking Reaper)
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    Yes Man 
Yes Man, God of Sycophants (PDQ-88b Securitron)
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    Robert Edwin House 
Robert Edwin House, Avatar of Human-Powered Machines (Mr. House, The House, The Ghost-Man of Vegas, Not-At-Home, Chief Executive of the Free Economic Zone of New Vegas)
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  • At first, he was glad to hear of the Courier's ascension since they helped him take control of New Vegas and kick out both the NCR and the Legion, but quickly dialed back when he realized that this Courier was not the one from his ending. In fact he, along with everyone else for that matter, are unsure of what ending this Courier took and they seemed to have mysteriously kept quiet about that not helped by the fact they're awfully chummy with some individuals that are against House himself. At the same time, they displayed animosity towards House and is willing to help him out with some of his plans. House decided to keep them at a distance for now and look to other methods to achieve his goals.
  • "Vegas will be a shining jewel in the middle of the desert, an oasis of light, a beacon to show mankind the way to the stars. This is just the start, you see. This is where it all begins."

  • There are conflicting reports on how he ascended to the Pantheon. Some say he won a high-stakes game of Gambit Roulette to win control of the south-eastern United States and achieved godhood with his newfound powers and others say he was killed by the very person he counted on to tip the odds in his favor and was released from his mortal shell. When asked about this, House simply smirked and replied: "The House always wins."
  • He once plotted to become an Overdeity, but the delivery of a MacGuffin was 20 hours too late and he lost his chance. He's now rumored to be planning to usurp Cosmos and take over the GUAG, as he considers himself the most worthy leader of the universe and the best choice to lead the alliance to victory.
  • While he hoped to shed his body upon his ascension and so rid himself of his one potential weakness, he was informed that in order to keep his position he must still have a physical human form. His body now exists under heavy guard deep inside an exact replica of his beloved Lucky 38 casino. Through his computer network, he commands an army of Securitron robots and sees visitors to his seat via a wall of monitors displaying his face. He's petitioning other gods to let him send his Securitrons out on patrol to protect the House of Technology and perhaps other Houses as well, but after the whole NCR business, no one trusts him enough to agree.

Not Right Now

    Jack Cayman 
Jack Cayman, God of Chainsaws (Jack the Chaser, Chaserman Jack, Deathwatcher)
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    Blacker Baron 
Blacker Baron, God of Pimp Duds (Baron, The Bishop of Blood and Carnage, The Phoenix, Your Favorite Pimp's Pimp)
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  • It didn't take long for the Baron to be kicked out of the House of Love in desperate need of an ice pack for his nether region. He continues to lament that he didn't even get the chance to proposition Panty.
  • Has been trying to convince the House of Food to carry his Baron Beer brand malt liquor, though no word yet as to that outcome.
  • It should be warned that should anyone bring harm to his high priestess, the Pantheon would shake with his anger to the tune of So Cold. The House of Combat has been given a plan of attack for containing such an outburst courtesy of Batman.
  • "We don't get ridiculed, we get rid o' fools!"

    Nikolai Dmitri Bulygin 
Nikolai Dmitri Bulygin, God of Warped Justice (Comrade Nick)
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  • Theme Song: Venom (Regularly), Find You (When Upgraded)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Tesla Blitz. The Super Tesla Blitz when upgraded.
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Artificial Limbs, Large Build, The Tesla Blitz and is quite the Psycho Electro, Brutal Justice, Named after Nikola Tesla, Gratuitous Russian, Light Is Not Good
  • Domains: Electricity, Law, Order, Violence
  • Allies: Funny Valentine, Sakazuki, YHVH, Ethan Roark Senior
  • Followers: Jo Slade, Sergeant Hilde Schmittendorf, Frank Tenpenny, Chief Brian Irons
  • Spectated by: Howard and Kreese (much to his annoyance)
  • Rivals: Steven Armstrong.
  • Enemies: Jack Cayman, Maximilian Caxton, Blacker Baron, Big Bull, Herr Frederick von Twirlenkiller, Manny Pardo, Raiden, Homura Akemi
  • Formerly an officer under the command of Maximilian Caxton, he seceretly hated and envied the man for being in his way all the time. As Max started to change due to the loss of his wife, Nikolai took the opportunity to make a name for himself without anyone outshining him and even led his team to hunt down his former boss after he'd gone off the deep end. Though me may try to pass himself off as a Knight Templar make no mistake, this officer embodies nothing but corruption in the mad world he lives in. To him, being in a position of power means making up the rules just to further oppress and create his vile vision of order.
  • With a place like the House of Crime, the fact that it houses an underworld filled with shady figures and gangsters should come off as no surprise. For every yin there's a yang, and the House of Justice serves as that House's yang. Of course, both Houses aren't as black and white as they sound. Just as there are good people in Crime, there are despots in Justice, and Nikolai dropped in with his BPS Drones to make quite a mess of things. Disgusted by the amount of chaos in not just that House, but accross all of the Pantheon, he decided to make his visit to the Pantheon a permanent one. Decideding that he would create the type of Order needed to keep so much chaos under control, he said this:
    "Look at all these lawless people! Anarchy reigns! It is sad day to see champions of law and order forget duty and lower themselves to such criminal activity! Very Sad!"
    • Nikolai mounted an assault on the House of Crime but was severely displeased to meet Jack Cayman and Blacker Baron once more,
  • He usually appears as a cyborg with his arms replaced by a pair of cybernetic arms powered by the current that flows from the reactor on his back, the tremendous voltage generated allows Nikolai to unleash devastating electrical blows, it is known as the Tesla Blitz. When he needs to truly fight against powerful foes he decides to switch out his current cybernetic parts for The Super Tesla Blitz, a upgraded version that allows him to create large Positron blades, powerful lasers, the ability to fly, and generate a powerful barrier around himself. To give some perspective on his strength, a punch to the gut was enough to make even Jack Cayman reel for a moment.

  • He is often seen in the house of knowledge reading many books to pass the time, though if other gods decide to attack him there they are in for a shocking surprise.
  • Has decided to give Homura some "advice", all the love that she is craving is nothing but hateful incision and that she should find the truth or The Truth WILL find her.
  • He often gets tired of hearing about the dark worlds some other gods come from as he is seen stating. "The hardship we endure is just a part of living"
  • He is also seen trying to make sure that to attack the house of Crime and claims that he will make sure they all die legally, and the pain they feel as he defeats them is true Justice.
  • Strives to punish criminal activity no matter how good the intention may be as to him the Pantheon was turned into a such a lawless state due to the fact that too many good gods given too much freedom to that crime breaking gods and has taken action to punish these supposed "Justified" Gods in the pantheon thus attempting to kill any god that is neutral or chaotic.
  • When push comes to shove he will reveal that his idea of Justice is basically using his position of power to make the rules and punishes "criminals" simply because he believes that law and order exists to control people.
  • Has decided to work with The Great Will as he believes that he is one of the few beings that can bring absolute justice more then any other being in the pantheon.
  • "How do you like me now? Puny, lawless bugs. You lose, and I am victor! And victor always writes rules, da? Heheh. We are judge and jury, we decide what law says and what law means. It is our duty, our mission, our life. Corruption. What is 'corruption'? It is envy of loser for winner, this is all! 'Justice'. Justice is scraps from our table losers are begging for. We have it all, and we use like czar with cold heart and metal fist. We are chosen ones! Chosen! HehehehehahHAHAHAHAHA!"

    Maximillian Caxton 
Maximillian Caxton, God of Madness Makeovers
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  • Before falling into Madness he used to look unscarred and clean-shaven with neatly-combed hair, an un-tattered jacket and blue beams, Now he carved eight jagged scars running down the sides of his face with his own hands, his hair in disarray while growing a beard, a torn and worn jacket, and his beams showing a unhealthy red glow. This is to do with his PTSD medicine and personal guilt in a botched rescue mission clashing with his cybernetics.
  • Appeared wandering around the pantheon with a saddened look on his face, most that try to get closer he disappears, to some that catch up to him that are good aligned, he will appear polite, yet depressed man who is quite sociable, when he starts mentioning his family beware as he suddenly shifts into an rage fueled, sociopathic murderer.
  • To criminals no matter how good intentioned they might be he will try and kill them in his enraged state.
  • He has Jack Cayman coming after him and he knows why, it is what has caused him to be in the state that he is in now, it was after a botched rescue attempt led to the death of Jack's six year-old daughter Stela.
  • He seems to be after Raiden as he believes he is the suspect in one of his old cases in which a murderer was ripping cybernetic nerve bundles out of people similar to Raiden's Zandatsu
  • He has attracted the attention of Akuma as Max has been seen doing The Ashura Warp and can do the Raging Demon, though Max is to out of mind to notice without trying to attack Akuma.
  • Do not mention Ondine, his wife the one he murdered in his madness, it is another trigger that will turn him to his killer personality.
  • When other gods/goddesses that have become fallen heroes/heroines try and help him they usually meet him when he is in his paranoid, murderous personality, causing him to think that they are assassins out to kill him.
  • Has met Bayonetta and fought against her in his enraged state, the outcome of those battles are unknown.
  • He is usually seen weeping over a drone he had demolished, rambling about him being a sacrifice to some case because everyone wanted a suspect.
  • Is known to be an incredible master in his fighting style of "The Cybrid Arts" with his Positron Blades and Tesla Blitz and known to be incredibly fast as he is known to run in the middle of gunfire and push away bullets mid flight with his fingers.
  • He is seen getting help from Funny Valentine, though others are unsure if this is manipulation or genuine.
  • "Imposing your will... is a matter of strength."

    Pannacotta Fugo 
Pannacotta Fugo, God of Temporary Departures (Cheese Boy)
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    Paarthurnax 
Paarthurnax, God of Ascended Evil Creatures (Ambition Overlord Cruelty)
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Other Pantheon

    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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