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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.
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    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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    Larry Talbot/The Wolf Man 
Lawrence Stewart Talbot, Cursed God of Wolf Men (Larry, The Wolf Man, Mr. Talbot)
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Larry and his wolf man form.
  • Adopted from: Whirl RX
  • Demigod. Lesser as the wolf man.
  • Symbol: A cane with a silver wolf head with a pentagram
  • Theme Song: This
  • Alignment: True Neutral. Chaotic Evil as the wolf man.
  • Portfolio: Doomed Protagonist, Stalker with a Crush, Tragic Monster, The Charmer
  • Domains: Curses, Beasts, Tragedy, Werewolves
  • Allies: Bruce Banner, Jon Talbain, Greymane
  • Other: Bigsby
  • Enemies: Count Dracula, Frankenstein's Monster, Godzilla(?)
  • While legends of men transforming into beast are well known, none is most famous of the wolf man. Larry Talbot, a man inflicted with the curse of transforming into a wolf. He struggles with the beast within as he looks to lift his curse.
  • Unfortunately for Larry, he is still suffering from lycanthropy and will transform into the beast. Luckily, well, as lucky as he can get, the transformation is very infrequent and far apart. He can also take solace that even if he does transform, there are plenty of people who could take care of him. As in life, he is trying to find a cure for him infliction.
  • Gets confuse when others ask if the wolf man has nards.
  • Has made friends with Dr. Bruce Banner after learning of the Hulk and how their situation are very similar. While he has heard of Hulk's rampage, he also learned about it's heroic and that its must sympathetic. Larry bemoans that there is no way that his wolf self can ever be considered a hero.
  • There has been rumors going around that the wolf man fought against Godzilla in a situation very similar to Frankenstein's Monster and Baragon. However, few believe in these rumors and that if Godzilla really fought the wolf man, it might have been just a radiated wolf.

    Eve Harrington 
Eve Harrington, Goddess of Subverted Suspicion Aesop (Gertrude Slojinski)
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    Chance The Gardener 
Chance The Gardener, God of Seemingly Profound Fools (Chauncey Gardiner)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Crest of a lotus flower and a television remote control
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (Tender heart, weak mind)
  • Portfolio: Seemingly Profound Fool, Ice-Cream Koan, Twist Ending, Mysterious Past, Parody Stus.
  • Domain: Philosophy, Nature.
  • He means nothing more than what he says, but for some reason, no one ever catches the true meaning of his words. Yet what they interpret him as saying makes them happy, and he himself is forever content. This gentle fellow caught the attention of the God of Metaphorical Masks, who was fascinated by him upon reading his story. They were so much alike that they merged together into a work of art.
  • A literally simple man, Chance occupies the Pantheon as a balance to the complexities of other gods (who have been known to turn to him for advice), peacefully watching television and tending to the various Pantheons' gardens. He is forever bound to the God of Metaphorical Masks due to their souls merging, but when this was explained to him, he said, "I understand."
  • His ability to be whatever others want/need him to be means he is never at a loss for friends and admirers, both Good and Evil ones. He is incorruptible, in part because he already has everything he wants/needs: a temple to live and be served his meals in, gardens to tend to, and a television to watch. Some argue he should ascend to higher status and gain greater powers; he has said (many times) he would not know how to use them, but again, he keeps getting misinterpreted.
  • Somehow Fritz Von Meyer/Swarm has managed to strike a deal with Chance - everything that grows in the Pantheon gets pollinated, even the man-eaters, a tithe of honey every month - and in return, Swarm gets every melted puddle of ice cream in the Pantheon and something new to think about every other day.

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