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    Nick Ramos 
Nick Ramos, God of Virus Immunity (Number 12, Honey, Sweetie - both by Rhonda)
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  • Potential House: Diseases
  • Theme Song: Nick's Theme from Dead Rising 3
  • Lesser God
  • Symbols: The Wrench O' Rama Logo And A Sledge Saw (also his Signature Weapon)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: The Hero, (As In The Guy Who Is Immune), One of Carlito's 12 Orphans, Beware the Nice Ones, Big Brother Instinct To Diego, Cowardly Lion (At First), Healing Factor, MacGyvering, Nice Guy, Only Sane Man, These Hands Have Killed, Took A Levelin Badass, Unfazed Everyman, You Are Number Twelve
  • Domains: Custom Weapons. Mechanics, Survival
  • Herald: Rhonda Kreske, Dick Baker
  • Allies: Chuck Greene, Frank West, Jake Muller and Sherry Birkin, Chris Redfield, Claire Redfield, Leon Kennedy, Jill Valentine, Issac Clarke, The Zombieland Crew, Lee Everett and Clementine, Saeko Busujima, Rei Miyamoto, Juliet Starling, Rick Grimes, Joel and Ellie (mostly Ellie)
  • Enemies: Albert Wesker, Alex Wesker, Big Brother, Azmodan
  • Nick Ramos was just one of many normal individuals living in the city of Los Perdidos, until a surprise outbreak occurred and now Nick and his friends had to fight for his life. His origins were even more clouded in mystery, as he was Conveniently an Orphan and had a strange number tattooed on his neck and the reason for that would change Nick's life forever. Turns out, he was one of the several orphan boys that Carlito Keyes used as his sleeper agents to get his revenge on the United States for what transpired on Santa Cabeza. The key difference that Carlito engineered Nick to be immune to the parasites that caused the infection and the one that could bring the cure once and for all. After defeating General Hemlock and several of his goons, Nick donated his blood to Isabela Keyes to develop a cure and end Phenotrans hold over the population with their Zombrex.
  • Nick was recommended by what would be his father-in-law technically, Chuck Greene. Turns out the girl he has been pining for a while and knew as Annie turned out to be Katey Greene, Chuck's daughter who ran away after seeing the wreck of a man Chuck became to keep her from turning. While initially hostile to Nick, he warmed up to him after seeing he has his heart in the right place and was brave enough to end Hemlock's reign of terror. Plus, he wanted to have someone he could trust in the Pantheon alongside him.
  • He's heard stories about Frank West but never managed to meet the man himself in person and frankly found him to be too much of a goofball. He still respects the guy for what he did back in Willamette and the fact he personally knows Chuck and have fought together in the past to be a plus. Frank personally thanked Nick for finally being the one to provide the cure for the infection, no longer being forced to rely on Zombrex to survive.
  • Given his special properties, agents from the B.S.S.A. were dispatched to get in contact with Nick in order to hear an account of his experience in Los Perdidos. Both Chris Redfield and Jill Valentine were the first to get Nick's story out in the Pantheon and knowing his immunity, he gained the attention of several ex-umbrella members, chief among them were Albert and Alex Wesker looking to experiment on Nick's blood and the virus from his universe, something that the BSSA was actively trying to prevent. Nick ended up becoming close friends with allies of the BSSA, Jake Muller and Sherry Birkin on the fact that they have been too wanted for their special immune properties, mostly Jake given his natural immunity to the C-Virus, and while the former did find Nick to be kind of a coward at first he ended up praising his combat skills and quick wit.

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Ryan Vergara and Shane Madej, Divine Duo of Investigative the Unsolved Mystery
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Imperius, God of Heavenly Armies (Archangel of Valor, Imp, The Asshole Angel)
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  • Auriel is in Optimism & Pessimism. Considering his hatred of demons, I think he would likely extend that hatred to The Daedric Princes considering they're "the devils" of their universe and their reception to mortals is generally negative, especially after the Oblivion Crisis. Out of all the ascended Princes, Molag Bal is the closest to the definition of being demonic
  • Many House of Angels members just dealt with him begrudgingly, because he's an asshole angel for a reason. Auriel only kept everyone together in the face of reason because she knows one day (which never came as of this day) Imperius will listen to reason... he's such a hothead.
  • Much to the surprise on everyone, even Imperius has no good opinion on YHVH. He noticed that something goes very wrong in the universe YHVH originated, and thinks that it is similar to something like demons, thus he sees no reason to even follow him. In fact, as far as Imperius is concerned, YHVH is no better than the demons in his realm (not that the Archangel has good opinions on them either).
    • On that note, he has made no secret of his disgust towards Father Balder, noting that the angels and divine figures trusted by the Lumen Sages are just the other side of the coin from the demons of their world's hell as well; only seeking to dominate everyone from above rather than below, very similarly to YHVH. However, he did respect that these angels actually prioritized destroying their demon counterparts. Thus, Even after his "so-called redemption" from the control of one such divine figure, Balder still found the ire of Imperius for another reason — namely relenting on the elimination of the darkness, which in Imperius' eyes simply means becoming weak to his true calling as a sage.
  • As the Archangel of Valor, Imperius is impressed with valiant individuals, and if one shows good valor, he may even come down to help. But for the love of all that's sane, don't say "If you do not listen, then to hell with you!" to him. He may just redirect that valor onto you (along with tons of valorous angels).
  • He's quick to put Alarak on his shit list due to him blazing through his room and dissing him on how he heard that Tyrael and Auriel has a lot to complain about him when Alarak was fighting in the Nexus. Imperius so wanted to make an edict that every Tal'darim Protoss are no better than demon-tainted beings to be purged, but such law didn't exist. His best bet is to await the time he can get into the Nexus himself, but until then, he's always making moody grumbles in his throne.

    Liu Kang 
Liu Kang, God of the Kiai (The Immortal Champion of Mortal Kombat, Turkey Boy, The Emperor of Netherrealm, Fire God Liu Kang)
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  • Intermediate God (Greater God, potentially Overdeity as Fire God Liu Kang, Overdeity with Kronika's crown)
  • Symbol: The Mortal Kombat Dragon Logo.
  • Theme Song: Born in China, Dragon Fire, Liu Kang's Theme, You're Next, Fire God Ascension as Fire God Liu Kang
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (eventually becomes Lawful Evil in Timeline X, before returning to Neutral/Lawful Good as the Fire God who Korrected Time)
  • Portfolio: Kiai, Martial Pacifists, Warrior Monks, Flying Bicycle Kick, Screaming Warriors, Messiahs, Modeled After Bruce Lee, Bare Fisted Monks, Amazon Chasers, Series Mascots, Fire Powers, Dragon Chomp, Dead Heroes, Battle Couple With Kitana, Having Three Variations (Dragon's Fire, Flame Fist, Dualist)
  • Domains: Kombat, Good (Switched to Evil at one point), Fire, Faith
  • Superior: Bruce Lee
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  • Love Interest: Kitana
  • Odd Friendship with: Makoto Nanaya
  • Rivals: Syzoth/Reptile, Ric Flair, Gouken
  • Former Enemy: Arthas Menethil (Emperor Liu Kang only)
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  • One of the best warriors of Earthrealm in the Mortal Kombat universe is the Shaolin monk known as Liu Kang, who has beaten many powerful foes to prove his valor. Throughout the years, Liu Kang has consistently appeared as the main hero of Earthrealm and his universe as a whole, becoming known as "The Immortal Champion of Mortal Kombat" after winning the first tournament. Aside from Raiden, he is considered the primary threat to the sorcerer Shang Tsung, who orchestrated the murder of many of his fellow Shaolin monks and then later went on to kill him, the emperor Shao Kahn, who ran Outworld with an iron fist, enslaved the family of the princess who would become his love interest and later targeted him for extermination after being beaten by him in the second tournament, and the Titan/fallen deity Shinnok, who once seized Kitana's home realm of Edenia in his bid to usurp control of the universe from the Elder Gods.
  • Originally, he wanted to become the third herald of Bruce Lee. But since the temple doesn't have enough space to occupy, he opted for the Kiai title, as he shouts very loud each time he unleashes an attack. Though some Gods can get irritated with his sound, as they consider that he sounds like a turkey.
  • A reset event indicates that he starts to disown Raiden after seeing the disaster he made in the first place. Time will tell if they ever will become enemies. Or perhaps not. He still fears him.
  • After severing his ties with Raiden, he has managed to find a new mentor in the form of Rachel Alucard. However, Rachel was also aware that there was a possibility where Liu Kang became Drunk with Power and became a tyrannical God, even causing his mortal master, Bo Rai Cho, to train Shang Tsung to oppose him. Learning from Raiden's 'mistakes' and what happened to Ragna, Rachel decided to just be upfront and reveal everything to Liu Kang, who ended up in such shock that he swore not to let himself go out of control like that.
  • Has no resentment for Sindel, even with the whole massacre that ended with Kitana's life. With his deification, he already checked that the queen was under mind control, thus discarding Sindel's guilt.
  • It's said that he took notes from Jin Kazama, especially for appearing in an alternate universe where he plays the role of a Fallen Hero.
  • Is very delighted to see both his best friend Kung Lao and his disciple Kai joining the Pantheon. He especially thanked Nozomi Yumehara for training Kai.
  • Had an impromptu Woo-off with The Nature Boy during his stroll at the House of Sports. He lost.
  • During the 25-year duration of Timeline X, he was Quan Chi's most powerful revenant, fueled by bad memories and disgust against Raiden for his ineptitude. This evil version of Liu made the near-fatal mistake of insulting both Cassandra Cage and her parents: "Pathetic child of idiot parents!", dodging a bullet (or in his case, two clips' worth of bullets) when Johnny and Sonya restrained Cassie from unloading her pistols into the former monk. He would wisely decide to keep his distance from Cassie. At the end of the 25 years, he became the Emperor of Netherrealm after besting every demon he encountered, with Kitana as his Empress. However, Raiden, more aggressive and wearing darker clothing, warned them that if they threaten Earthrealm, they will suffer the consequences, like Shinnok, whose head is still moving.
    • Somehow, Liu Kang returned to normal and reunited with his also living friend Kung Lao. Kung Jin, Lao's distant cousin, also looks to play a huge role in events. It turns out the events of Timeline X can be undone and are not fixed canon. However, fixing that was not to be…
    • It was later revealed that Liu Kang became that way, EVEN after being kept in line by Rachel, because Arthas Menethil approached him first and managed to rise up his darker desires, convincing him that Rachel MIGHT not be better than Raiden. This resulted in Liu Kang first breaking away from Rachel, and then embracing his Emperor of Netherrealm persona fully, to where not even getting choked by Jason on his own gut would stop him. He also encouraged many formerly corrupted Kombatants to follow him, leaving Rachel without any 'new apprentices'. As a result, a lot of people have stated how much they missed the old Liu Kang...
    • It would remain unclear whether the Liu Kang on this throne was the remnant of the good old Liu Kang or the evil Emperor Liu Kang. Superman would hope it's the first, as it's the same case between him and High Councillor Kal-El. Certain events would reveal the truth, as he and other Kombatants encountered their past selves, who were summoned by Kronika, the Keeper of Time, in an attempt to prevent their bad future. After stealing the soul of his own past self in order to face Raiden's, this ended up becoming a double-edged sword as the past Raiden transferred his powers to both versions and merged them all together, resulting in his evil self being erased and replaced by his renewed good self, now known as Fire God Liu Kang. Retaining his former future self's knowledge, he was able to defeat Kronika, and with the help of Raiden and/or Kitana, is in the process of fixing his timeline, and maybe most of his other relationships in the Pantheon while he's at it.

    Quan Chi 
Quan Chi, God of Profane Magic (Humpty Dumpty (by Cassie Cage))
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  • People love his leg-beating Fatality, however, many consider the girafee Fatality as absolutely lame and doesn't fit him.
  • Has enslaved Sub-Zero's avatar, making him temporarily depowered, and sent him to the GUAE Re Education Facility. When this is going to last is unknown. He also did the same to Kung Lao's, Smoke's, Stryker's and Kitana's. However, against all odds and to his irritation, Smoke still made it to the Pantheon and worked with Sub-Zero to decrease his influence over their respective enslaved avatars. With Rachel Alucard supporting Johnny Cage and Sonya Blade to free them from Quan Chi's control, things aren't going in favor of him.
    • And this in turn inspired many Gods, after the rise of Johnny Cage, Liu Kang and Sonya Blade, to gang up on him and decrease his grip on his enslavement, enough that many of his enslaved ones, such as Kitana, even ascended. Quan Chi was extremely baffled at this turn of events.
      • He was even more baffled when it was discovered that Sub-Zero, Kung Lao and Kitana (who were resurrected by him as three of his undead minions in 9) returned in X were and back to normal. With that being said, Quan Chi's grasp on the fallen Kombatants is decreasing.
      • However, his trump card turned out to be Liu Kang, which he resurrects as his newest revenant minion in the 25 Year Prophecy, that is until Kang returned to normal too. Quan Chi is absolutely baffled with this one.
  • Also acts as an agent of That Man (who is considered to be Guilty Gear's counterpart to Shinnok and is in the mortal realm) and is believed to be responsible for Anji Mito's Face–Heel Turn by offering him immortality and the secrets behind That Man if he serves him, which Anji agreed to out of curiosity. Just like Shinnok, he's also a supporter of the Khaos Brigade, more specifically Euclid Lucifuge, which is pretty much the Quan Chi of the world where the Brigade comes from.
  • Thanks to him enslaving many of the Mortal Kombat heroes, as well as his use in profane magic, Big Brother and Arthas Menethil have granted him a position to patrol the GUAE Re Education Facility.
  • Many followers consider him a troll... his status as a Trollkaiger underling is under approval by them.
  • He and his one-time Deadly Alliance partner Shang Tsung, delivered a severe Humiliation Conga on Madara Uchiha, because for them, he doesn't have style absolutely.
  • With the help of his lord Shinnok, together they plan to keep the mortal avatars of the MK Fighters for the next Mortal Kombat Tournament. For once, Quan Chi was actually hoping that Shinnok's presence would decrease this kind of 'bullying'.
    • Some claim that Quan Chi will attempt to betray his master. Due to Shinnok being one of the survivors of Armageddon, Shinnok already knows he will try. To be fair, he once trolled Shinnok.
    • He finally bit the dust in the 25 Year Prophecy at the hands of his own former enforcer, Scorpion. But before his death, he recited a spell which freed Shinnok from the amulet, courtesy of D'Vorah. He just lost a bit of powers in the Pantheon this way, as his followers still hailed him as one of the greatest manipulators in history. Still, it was a very embarrassing ordeal for him, because as much as Scorpion "offing" him means that he denied the other Lombatants to get restored, some of them are still very satisfied to see his humiliation and beatdown, where it became one of the most watched events in the Pantheon, especially by those who hate his guts. To make matters worse, he also heard that some people in the Pantheon is trying to offer him to those "dickheaded, law-licking" Elder Gods as a mindless servant...
      • Worst of all, following his demise, Quan Chi has lost his position to the Mage of the Beginning in the GUAE Re Education Facility.

    Tommy Vercetti 
Tommy Vercetti, God of Hawaiian Shirts (The Harwood Butcher)
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    Tyrael 
Tyrael, God of Broken Angels (Archangel of Justice (formerly), Aspect of Justice/Wisdom)
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  • Formerly Greater God, Intermediate
  • Symbol: El'druin, his sword.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Gave up angelhood for the sake of humanity, Big Good, Black, bald, and the leader, the righteous one in the dark world and the reasonable man
  • Domains: Light, Former Angels
  • Allies: The Nephalems, Thrall, Jaina, Madoka Kaname, Artix Von Krieger, Tassadar, Cosmos, Sora, Lamington, Flonne, Artina, Sicily, Alexstraza, Sanguinus, Pit, Colette Brunel, Tyr, Nova Terra, Emilia Justina, Jim Raynor, Father Balder
  • Enemies: Diablo, Azmodan, Adria, The Butcher, Satan, Chernabog, The Beast, YHVH, Lucifer, Homura Akemi, Arcturus Mengsk
  • Opposes: Yunael and Minael
  • Tyrael saw humanity with high opportunity, especially against the demons of the Burning Hell. However, when he found that the law made by the Angels prevented him from interfering in the affairs of man, he chose to give up his angelhood to lead them against evil.
  • As the Aspect of Justice and member of the Angiris Court, he occasionally appears in the Court of the Gods.
  • YHVH despises him for not following his Light of Order despite being an Angel. Tyrael thinks he's nothing but a tyrant sitting on Heaven's throne.
  • He fought in the battlefield along with Blizzard heroes like Thrall and Jaina. Although he appears as his angelic form, though this is more to suit him in battle.
  • As he was formerly an angel that fought demons from the Burning Hell for a millennium, he is unforgiving to any demons in the Pantheon, though he shows some graces to demons like Morrigan Aensland.
    • This is why he typically avoid anyone from the Nipponverse because he will get a headache with its demons, who are typically good, has good intentions, or at best Chaotic Neutral.
  • He opposes Satan, a God representing fallen angels. Despite the two having fallen from grace, he still fights to protect the innocent, and aided the Nephalem in stopping Diablo from destroying the High Heavens, while he wants to conquer it.
  • He trusts Madoka Kaname as though she was the God that Sanctuary never had (the God of Sanctuary, Anu, is dead and made into the High Heavens) however, he is conflicted with Homura Akemi, whether she would be an equivalent of a Prime Evil.
  • Often smiles in spite of himself at the actions of Pit, who he sees, despite his occasional screw-ups and quirks, as an example of what angels should try to be towards humans.
  • He still prays that the Nephalems that fought with him in both Sanctuary and Nexus would not get tempted into evil. Thankfully a lot of good Gods here have assured him that even if they could surpass the Sanctuary's greatest champions of Heaven and Hell, the whole Pantheon is a different story. Eventually, the Nephalems truly made their way to the Pantheon, and so far Tyrael was glad that they are still staunch protectors of humanity.
  • He has become a mentor to half-angel Emilia Justina after he became aware of her heroic deeds and her mission to keep an eye on Satan Jacob. Since Emilia can regain her holy power within the House of Angels, Tyrael always takes the opportunity to spar with her.
  • Sanguinius assembled him and Manwë Sulimo to intervene when the redeemed Father Balder came to visit the Hall of Angels only to be confronted by Satan. After the dust settled, the three angels conversed with Balder; discovering that although Balder served some rather strange angels as a Lumen Sage, he too saw the great potential of humanity to rise beyond their weaknesses, even sacrificing his own sanity and virtue to contain a great evil in his own more stoppable vessel rather than allow it to completely run amok. Tyrael and Balder became fast allies.

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    Enji Todoroki 
Enji Todoroki, God of Major Goals Rendered Meaningless (Endeavor)
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Wally Warbles, God of Impaired Final Forms (Cuckoo Bird)
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Crush and Gulp, Divine Duo of Co-Dragons
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Michael De Santa, Trevor Phillips and Franklin Clinton, Trio of Multiple Playable Characters
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    Jean-Baptiste Augustin 
Jean-Baptiste Augustin, Divine Carrier of the Immortality Field (Baptiste, Lt. Augustin, The Demoman)
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  • Potential House: Forms of Immortality
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Biotic Launcher and the Immortality Field Device
  • Theme Song: Baptiste's theme
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (Formerly Chaotic Neutral)
  • Portfolio: The Atoner, Defected from Talon after witnessing their evil ways, Badass Baritone, Combat Medic, Gadgeteer Genius, Good Is Not Soft, Being wanted by Talon since He Knows Too Much, Tricked-Out Shoes
  • Domains: Soldiers, Healing, War, Orphans, Choices
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: The The Mann Co. Mercenaries (Particularly the Demoman
  • Enemies: All the Ascended Talon agents, HYDRA
  • Opposes: The Grand United Alliance of Chaos.
  • Jean-Baptiste Augustin was one of millions who were caught in the omnic crisis, orphaned at a very young age. Those conditions made him adopt the Social Darwinist philosophy of taking care of your friends and killing everyone who got in his way. After the war was over, he struggled to find a normal occupation and so joined Talon, believing they would provide him, and indeed they did. But the increasing brutality and shady work he had to deal with on a regular basis took a toll and ultimately he decided to defect, realizing that his philosophy was just a poor excuse he made that only caused an endless cycle of violence and went against his desire to help people. But Talon would not let him go and so Baptiste had to take care of Talon's agents sent after him. Once they were dealt with, he decided that he would atone for his actions and help those in need.
  • The position of a deity is something he never expected to get, especially concerning his equipment. For a while the GUAG has been looking for a Combat Medic that could aid the warriors on good in combat and Baptiste was handpicked for it. To justify his ascension, it was brought up about the Immortality Field device, a gadget that allows anyone within a radius to survive fatal damage. He personally designed the thing and it saved him numerous times from a pinch so he was glad that his creation allowed him to enter the Pantheon.
  • It's only natural that the ascended Talon members would want Baptiste dead and they have tried to capture him but he's a resourceful individual and managed to evade them. He has a few friends inside believe it or not, Sombra being one of them and the one that tends to inform him of whatever Talon is up to as well as helping him on other stuff. There was also a Heavy Assault Unit by the name of Mauga who was really close with him during missions and even let him go the fateful day he defected but Mauga is also tired of this game of cat and mouse and wouldn't hesitate to shoot at his comrade.
  • "No dying on my watch".

    General Shepherd 
General Shepherd, God of Warmongering Generals (Gold Eagle, Hershel von Shepherd III, Shepard, Sephard, Sheperd)
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