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    Gregory and Paula Alquist Anton 
Gregory and Paula Alquist Anton, Dual Representatives of Gaslighting (Gregory: Sergis Bauer [his real name])
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Gregory (left) and Paula (right)
  • Potential House: Causes of Madness
  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: Aunt Alice’s jewels
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (Gregory), Neutral Good (Paula)
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  • Domains: Abuse, Insanity, Manipulation
  • Heralds: Nancy, Miss Thwaites, Elizabeth, Brian Cameron
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  • Pitied by: B.J. Blaskowicz (for Paula)
  • Paula Alquist is a young girl who lived with her aunt, a famous opera singer named Alice Alquist sometime during the Victorian London era. One day, the aunt is suddenly murdered and robbed by the mysterious Sergius Bauer, leaving Paula alone. Years later, while studying abroad for the ten years since the incident, she would meet a man named Gregory Anton (unaware of the fact that he’s actually Sergis), whom she would eventually marry. After returning to London, Paula began to notice strange goings-on: missing pictures, strange footsteps in the night, and gaslights that dim without being touched. It turns out that her husband had tormented her in order to send her to an asylum and obtain her aunt’s jewels. This situation brought the attention of Scotland Yard inspector Brian Cameron, who has known known Alice Alquist since his childhood; seeing Paula brought his interest in solving the case regarding Alice’s murder. After recovering her sanity, Paula would end up turning the tables as she psychologically tortured Gregory, now bound to a chair, tantalizing him with the suggestion that she might free him so he can escape arrest, trial, and execution, before calling in Cameron to arrest Gregory and take him away.
  • Upon reviewing their story, the Court of the Gods felt that they are a perfect fit to represent the Gaslighting trope, especially considering the fact that it named the trope in the first place, and it was a matter of time before the couple’s presence was brought to the court. Paula was understandably concerned with having to share the title with her husband given what she had to go through. At Paula’s request, Brian was also brought in as one of their Heralds, particularly to keep Gregory in check.
  • Paula’s experiences with Gregory led her to be sought out by other people who have had similar experiences. One person that she became allies with is Susy Hendrix, another woman who had experience being tormented by nefarious plotters. Paula admired Susy for being able to defend herself against Roat despite her blindness while Susy is happy that Paula was able to stand up against her abusive husband. The two swear to get behind each other’s back if another situation like this happens to either of them.
    • She did not expect a non-human animal like Simba to relate to her, but he ended up being another of her allies. Both left their homes when their parental figures were killed, traumatizing them, and only came back as adults. They thought the killers were trustworthy when in truth they were manipulating them psychologically for their own ends, but in the end managed to see them for what they are.
    • She also didn’t expect to ally herself with Linkara, who had his own experience with gaslighting as he recalled the time that Mechakara tried to gaslight him into suicide by making him think he was the father who abused and sacrificed his child for their dark god (the Magic Gun was that child).
    • While B.J. Blaskowicz is not connected to gaslighting, his mother, Zofia, was a victim of abuse from his father, Rip, who only married her just to get her family's fortune. As such, he has shown sympathy towards Paula, seeing as she had to deal with an abusive husband.
  • Some people couldn’t help but compare Gregory to Uncle Charlie as they both have a preference towards strangulation when it comes to committing murder, altough their motives are different; Gregory is just greedy while Charlie thinks he's ridding the world of scum. Charlie and Gregory also seem to have intense feelings for their marks (the younger Charlie and Paula respectively). When Paula first encountered Uncle Charlie, she at first thought he was Detective Cameron, but it wasn’t until he attempted to strangle her that she realized otherwise. Fortunately, her own allies were also there to clear up this situation.
  • Paula’s experiences with Gregory led her to oppose most other gaslighters in the Pantheon, such as Mother Gothel (for her attempts to manipulate Rapunzel) and Thomas Wake (who was a gaslighter against Winslow). She also doesn’t like Akio Ohtori for being a domestic abuser, not helped by the fact that Gregory used to serve as Akio’s high priest before his ascension (and the fact that they seem to be on good terms with each other).
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    Klaatu and Gort 
Klaatu and Gort, Co-Deities of Benevolent Alien Invasions (Klatuu: Mr. Carpenter, Gort: Gnut)
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Gort (left) and Klaatu (right)

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    Frank Bullitt 
Lieutenant Frank Bullitt, God of Chase Scenes
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  • House: TBA
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A Highland Green 1968 Ford Mustang 390 CID Fastback
  • Theme Song: Bullitt Main Theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Driver with a Cool Car, Cowboy Cop, unable to find out who is behind the organized crime operation due to killing a witness
  • Domains: Police, Detectives, Car Chases
  • High Priest: Jimmy “Popeye” Doyle
  • Allies: Dirty Harry, Axel Stone, Adam Hunter & Blaze Fielding, Ryotaro Dojima, John Hartigan, Judy Hopps, The Dukes of Hazzard
  • Enemies: Vito and Michael Corleone
  • Complicated Relationship with: Leon Montana, Napoleon Solo
  • Annoyed with: Rosco P. Coltrane
  • Lt. Frank Bullitt is a San Francisco-based police detective who was assigned to protect a star witness for an important trial. However, before the night is over, the witness that he was supposed to protect was murdered by two hitmen. Upon knowing this, Bullitt gathered up information about the incident and opened up an investigation on his own after his police captain gave him the permission to investigate the crime. When Bullitt opened up the investigation, people around started to ponder about his behavior and his antics on pursuing those who are responsible of the crime.
  • Originally, Bullitt served as a High Priest to Harold Francis Callahan, God of Vigilante Cops. However, the Main House recommended him for godhood after examining his story, which includes a Chase Scene which involves him in pursuit of two bad guys in a black Dodge Charger. Because of this, he was chosen to ascend for this trope. While Dirty Harry prefers to work alone, he has come to respect Bullitt’s determination to pursue those who killed his witness as well as him being a fellow cop who resides in San Francisco.
  • Ryotaro Dojima is one detective who sympathizes with Bullitt, given his guilt on being unable to solve a case. However, he is wary of Bullitt’s actions as his reckless driving reminds him of a hit-and-run that killed his wife. Among other Cowboy Cops that he has allied with, they include John Hartigan and Judy Hopps (who has her own Chase Scene when trying to apprehend Weaselton).
  • As his investigation involved tracking down the mafia hitmen that killed the witness he was trying to protect, he seems to have a dislike towards those who are associated with organized crime, with Vito and Michael Corleone being notable targets.
  • Doesn’t know what to make of Leon Montana. While he’s aware that he’s a hitman who works for the mafia, he also learned that he has a good heart as shown whenever he takes care of Mathilda. Bullitt is also conflicted on Napoleon Solo as while he’s a good person, he simply avoids him as the spy reminds him of Walter Chalmers, the politician who wanted to screw his investigation.
  • Gets really annoyed with Rosco P. Coltrane for his failures in catching the Dukes of Hazzard, whom he tolerates given their successful evasions from the police.

    Joe Bradley and Princess Ann 
Joe Bradley and Princess Ann, Co-Deities of Vacation Films (Princess Ann: Anya Smith, Smitty)
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Princess Ann (left) and Joe Bradley (right)

    The Ymir ( 20 Million Miles to Earth
The Ymir, God of Miracle Gro Monsters
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