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Intermediate Gods

Carol, Goddess of Hating Celebrations and Mean People With Kind Personas (Mom)

    Glenn Arias 
Glenn Arias, God Of Deadly Weddings (The Merchant Of Death, Ariego)
As Ariego 

    Kiriya Kujo/Kamen Rider Lazer (Turbo) 
Kiriya Kujo, High Prophet of Yuletide Tragedies (Kamen Rider Lazer, Machine Lazer, Kamen Rider Lazer Turbo, The Examiner, Bakusou Bike, Super High-School Level Medical Examiner, Super High-School Level Motorcycle Racer, Ki-Rider, Lazer X, The Fastest Bike Rider)
Kamen Rider Lazer Bike Gamer Level 2 
Kamen Rider Lazer Turbo Bike Gamer Level 0 

King Winterbolt, God of Usurping Santa
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His scepter
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: Evil Is Deathly Cold, Knight of Cerebus, The Most Despicable Rankin/Bass Foe, Seeks To Take Santa's Place As Ruler Of The North Pole, Big Bad, Beard of Evil, Master Of Blizzards And Cold, Former Magical Lord Of The North Pole, Faux Affably Evil, Transflormation
  • Domains: Cold, Evil, The North Pole, Magic, Cruelty
  • Allies: Princess Morbucks, Melkor, Mad King Thorn, Jack O'Lantern, Turles, Oogie Boogie, Jadis, Kaldr
  • Enemies: All non-evil members of the House of Celebration (especially all versions of Santa), everyone who saved Christmas, Rudolph, The Miser Brothers, Olaf, Elsa, Jack Frost, Aslan, Treebeard, Trevenant, Exdeath, Ice King, Finn and Jake, Mordecai and Rigby
  • Opposed by: Scrooges and grinches who turn over a new leaf
  • Avoids: The House of Fire & Heat
  • Before Santa Claus, Winterbolt ruled the North Pole with an iron fist. He was defeated by the Northern Lights who cast him into a deep sleep, only to wake up centuries later when Santa Claus had become the new head of the North Pole. Infuriated, Winterbolt sought to cast Santa down and usurp his place to get what was to him his rightful position as king once more.
  • Of the Rankin-Bass villains, he stands out as the most irredeemable and ruthless. Never being reformed or being remotely sympathetic, Winterbolt would pull strings to try and ruin Rudolph's life by tricking him into using his nose for evil, and is willing to kill Frosty. He is opposed by anyone who loves Christmas.
  • Hates all versions of Santa Claus and anyone working with him. He doesn't even like Robot Santa Claus, though this is mainly because Robot Santa Claus doesn't take kindly to those who'd threaten other Santas. He also considers Ebeneezer Scrooge and the Grinch to be failures since they turned over a new leaf rather than continuing to be Christmas villains.
  • When first hearing about Jack Skellington, he though he might be a potential ally. However it was clear Jack only wanted to "help" Christmas in his own way and wasn't evil. Jack Skellington opposed him for wanting to destroy Christmas and take out Santa, adding another holiday that Winterbolt doesn't like.
  • Oogie Boogies had a very different view on Winterbolt. Wanting to take over the different holidays and bring back Bug Day, Winterbolt was the perfect ally for his war on the holidays. The two have joined to destroy all the holidays and Winterbolt can become ruler of the North Pole once more.
  • His newfound opposition towards Jack Skellington has got him the favor of Mad King Thorn and Jack O'Lantern, in hopes of expanding their evil across the holidays. Turles was jubilant to see a fellow foe of Santa, and the two also joined forces. He saw Princess Morbuck's attempt to usurp Santa, and has allied with her for it. And Melkor, being the irredeemable Satanic Archetype he is, liked Winterbolt for what he represented and an ice-themed evil sorcerer works for him.
  • Spends most of his time in the House of Ice & Cold, the cold making him feel at home. There, he would meet up with Kaldr. His goals of spreading cold and ice throughout the world was something that really appealed to him. As did Jadis' "winter without a Christmas". Gotten a number of heroic ice characters like Queen Elsa and Olaf on his shit-list.
  • Winterbolt's ultimate fate was to be turned into a tree, after his scepter was destroyed. He has come to hate all tree folk for this traumatizing experience, regardless of alignment. He isn't too fond of anything related to fire and heat either, given his wintry powers.
  • Sought to trick the Ice King into doing his bidding and spread blizzards everywhere, along with trying to steal the Ice Crown. Finn and Jake realized what was going on, and consider him a much wickeder version of Ice King even at his worst. Winterbolt is ignorant of its true dark power, or recent events that have changed Simon Petrikov and the crown.


Lesser Gods

    The Grinch 
The Grinch, The God Who Hated Christmas and Tried to Steal it
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: His grinning face
  • Theme Song: You're A Mean One, Mr. Grinch
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral or Neutral Good. Formerly Neutral Evil.
  • Portfolio: Being Bad But Turning Good, Gadgeteer Genius, Cheshire Cat Grin, Villain Protagonist,
  • Domain: Christmas, Ambiguity, Technology
  • Herald: Max, his dog.
  • Superior: Dr. Suess
  • Allies: Grouchy Smurf, Grumpy Bear, King Dedede, Angry Video Game Nerd, Ebenezer Scrooge, The Professor
  • Enemies: Bowser
  • Opposes: Noise, Incineroar
  • Opposed by: The Nostalgia Critic (the Movie version), Dogs
  • Odd Friendship: Truman Burbank
  • The Grinch used to hate Christmas. Nobody knew why he hated it. It could be his head wasn't screwed on just right. It could be, perhaps, that his shoes were too tight. But some think that the most likely reason of all, may have been that his heart was two sizes too small. Either way, tired of the Whos' jovial activities and the noise, noise, noise, NOISE, The Grinch decided to steal their Christmas. However, after seeing the Whos celebrating with no gifts, The Grinch's heart warmed and grew three sizes that day.
  • As stated, no one really knows why the Grinch hated Christmas. There was one version that did give a possible reason. As a little Grinch living in Whoville, he didn't care all that much about Christmas. Though, he was willing to get in to the Holiday spirit for a girl he had a crush on. Unfortunately, an incident with a shaving mishap and being humiliated at school, made the Grinch hate Christmas even more and the Whos who celebrated it.
  • There are some in the pantheon who believe that the Grinch may have turned bad again. This is because of two accounts of him terrorizing the Whos and Cat in the Hat. Others think those incidents happen before he turned good. Another theory is that they may not be the same Grinch and it was an entirely different Grinch. So far, Grinch has been behaving himself.
  • While The Grinch does enjoy the holiday festivities, he still hates noise, noise, noise. Some believe hearing certain sounds will turn him bad. He tries to stay away from certain parts of the pantheon so it won't happen.
  • His relationship with Nostalgia Critic is a bit complicated. While NC is ok with his animated counterpart, he really hates his movie counterpart as he finds him annoying. The Grinch for his part doesn't really care all that much.
    • Speaking of his two counterparts, The Grinch's personality often shifts between the two. His animated counterpart is a bit more calm compared to his movie self, who is more wacky.
  • Dogs don't like him. This is because of his mistreatment of his dog Max. Even if he started to be nice to him, it only happen in the end of his story. And there was that other version that actually left the Grinch because of being mistreated.
  • Found out that his stealing Christmas has been done by others, with different variations on which is being stolen: Like a Zealot stealing upgrades and emp fields. Even the Angry Video Game Nerd got into the act. In this case, he stole all the good games and replace them with crappy ones. The Grinch was happy there wasn't any crappy games about him. Well, about that.
  • To prove that certain deities would rather deal with a seasick crocodile then the Grinch, some have given both Sobek and Renekton seasickness. Most regretted that choice.
  • While its unknown if he has spiders in his brain, it is known that he has termites in his smile. Gross.
  • Has been spotted digging through the trash of the pantheon's residents. Old habits die hard. More often then not, he uses it to build stuff for his temple.
  • Is one of the few deities to get along with the more grumpy deities like Grumpy Bear, Grouchy Smurf and Dan since he too can get grumpy.
  • Gets along very well with Ebenezer Scrooge. This is because both hated Christmas but then started to love it. Deities make fun that the two are so close that they started to sound the same.
  • One time, the Grinch attempted his most nefarious deed yet: to leak the entire Smash roster. Fortunately, his plans were foiled with the unexpected appearance of Incineroar. He's now thinking of a plan to get revenge on the wrestler.

    Walder Frey 
Walder Frey, God of Nasty Parties (The Late Walder Frey, Lord of the Crossing, Old Frey)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Twin Towers of the Crossing
  • Theme Song: The Lannisters Send Their Regards
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: The Cavalry Arrives Late, Dirty Coward, Dirty Old Men Marrying Teens, Pettiness And Trolling, Evil Old Folks, Big, Screwed-Up Family, Really Gets Around, Being Utterly Despised, Opportunistic Bastard, Complete Arrogance
  • Domains: Guest Right (violated), Lords, Treachery
  • Followers: Set, Polyphemus, Procrustes, Ixion
  • Allies: Kinzo Ushiromiya, his grandson-in-law Roose Bolton, Macbeth, Starscream, Shay Patrick Cormac (sometimes), Tanya, Eric Cartman
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Tywin and Cersei Lannister
  • Enemies:
    • From Westeros: Every member of House Stark for his betrayal, no exception, and Stannis Baratheon.
    • Others: The House of Justice, Zeus, Sir Didymus, Pinkie Pie for his horrible parties.
  • Opposed by: Almost all of Westeros, especially the North and the Riverlands.
  • Tried using the Crossing to get a position in the Pantheon of Travel, but was treated with suspicion by the other members because of how unreliable he is and not allowed in. He's constantly asking for huge fees in using his Bridge.
    • Commands the bridge into Mordor now, but the Grand United Alliance of Evil does not trust him, knowing he would happily take a better offer.
    • Walder Frey wanted to be the god of Troll Bridges, however Sr Didymus had the position. Walder has sworn vengeance on him for this.
  • Loves trolling other members of the Pantheon, who find him repulsive. Even most purely evil villains don't like him because, as Terumi puts it; "he's got shit for brains when it comes to trolling plans".
  • Has brought with him to the Pantheon his huge family and keeps asking for marriages. The rest of the Pantheon keeps declining, as they don't dare to go to weddings involving Freys.
  • His reaction? "Heh."
  • Absolutely loathes Arya Stark for not only killing him, but serving up both Lothar and Black Walder Rivers in a meat pie (at least in the TV series). He's not a big fan of the Lannister brothers, as Jamie reminded him that the kingdom fears his family, and not him. In regards to Tyrion, one scenario has Tyrion lay siege to the Twins, in which Walder gets the crossbow-bolt to the nuts, rather than Tywin himself.
  • But there was that one time that he honored the guest right, and did not go through with the Red Wedding, as he saw the benefit of his grandson being Lord of the North. That, and Ned still has his head and Robb didn't screw the medic.
  • He and Aegon the Unworthy argue over which of them has slept with more women when they met, due to Walder offering his descendants to Aegon, hoping for favor. Walder Frey has lived for longer but Aegon had access to more women over his reign, claiming he slept with 900.
  • Aegon then mocked Walder about the fact his seventh wife may have been cuckolding him with his great-grandson Black Walder, remarking "Walder Frey is their father, but which Walder Frey?"
  • Walder Frey commented that at least he had more legitimate children then Aegon (31), while Aegon only had two... at which Aegon muttered "Maybe."
  • The Harry Potter characters mistook him for Argus Filch, but when they saw the mess his parties produced realized he wasn't. However they wondered if Filch might be one of his bastards... which could explain the lack of magic.
  • The Doctor mistook him for the space pirate Solomon at one point, and felt they had similar personalities, both being utterly selfish people.
  • Despite his alliance with Eric Cartman, Walder was horrified at his feeding-people-their-relatives revenge plan... considering it either happened to Walder or some of his kin.



    Jake Peralta and Amy Santiago 


Det. Jacob Peralta and Sgt. Amy Santiago, Co-Deities of Unsportsmanlike Gloating (Jacob: Jake Peralta, Jake Lady-Hands, Amy: Amy Peralta)
Left: Amy, Right: Jake

    Tree Gelbman 
Theresa "Tree" Gelbman, Goddess of Terrible Birthdays (Crazy White Girl)
  • Demigoddess
  • Symbol: A poisoned cupcake atop her Dumpstaphunk shirt
  • Theme: "Stayin' Alive" by Lizzo
  • Alignment: Neutral Good, sometimes Chaotic Good (priorly Neutral Evil)
  • Portfolio: Getting Slaughtered on Her Birthday Over and Over, Hard-Work Montage Where She Repeatedly Dies In Funny Ways, Continuing Is Painful, Broken Bird, Becoming Stronger and Kinder Through Her Loops
  • Domains: Death, Time Travel, Birthdays, Black Comedy
  • Herald: Carter Davis
  • High Priestess: Nadia Vulvokov
  • Allies: Phil Connors, Major William Cage, Laurie Strode, Sidney Prescott, Serge, Marty McFly and Doc Brown
  • Enemies: All Slasher Film villains, Airy, Mercurius, Libby Smith
  • Tree Gelbman was a snooty, unpleasant and uncaring sorority sister before being killed on her birthday, and somehow awakening that same morning again. By experiencing this deadly birthday repeatedly, in the meantime becoming a better person, she learned who wanted to kill her and dispatched the assassin, which helped her get rid of the time loop. And after she again was trapped in a deadly cycle during her birthday (which was actually in an Alternate Timeline), the Pantheon thought she deserved an ascension for going through all this misery, even letting her boyfriend Carter come along as a herald so they'd finally have all the time possible together.
  • Given Tree revealed to never have seen Groundhog Day (or heard of Bill Murray, for that matter) or Back to the Future, Carter likes to show some movies to her in their off time lest she embarasses herself in front of other deities. That being said, she briefly served as a follower to Phil Connors and they became friends for having faced similar ordeals (though Phil pities how Tree had someone out to kill her, even if both were bad people prior to their loops); and Marty and Doc introduced themselves to Tree even if she ignored their series to acknowledge her handling being trapped in an alternate timeline, and they are on good terms.
  • Even if her movie was a less traditional slasher, Tree instantly got the attention and respect of Laurie and Sidney for going from the bitch who is usually killed first to a person who isn't afraid to fight the murderer (and also because she had to die repeteadly to get there). All slasher villains also decided to target Tree feeling the Babyface Killer was weaksauce.
  • Has gotten along with Major Cage as both experienced a time loop which had them repeatedly killed, while managing to become better fighters (and find love) along the way. Serge's experience with alternate timelines also made both bond, though Tree envies how he managed to seemlessly travel between them.
  • Airy and Mercury, who used or intended to create cycles for evil intents, instantly became disliked by Tree. Another one she fiercely opposes is Libby, for being an Alpha Bitch that would fit at home in her sorority (while also reminding Tree of how despicable she was prior to her deadly experience).
  • Though her second time in the loop revealed what caused the phenomenon, some of the mad scientists in the Pantheon want to poke and prod Tree just for shits and giggles. She's getting annoyed by it, almost as much as when someone decides to kill her and forces Tree to awaken in pain in Carter's bed.
  • Prefers to avoid the House of Alcohol if she's alone - repeatedly facing a nasty hangover from the wild night before combined with the pains of whatever just killed you traumatized Tree big time!
  • Pitied in the House of Family for how the death of her mother shook Tree enough for her to become a bitch - and how when offered a chance to live again with mom, Tree decided to just go back to her regular life with Carter.
  • While her temple is a recreation of some of Bayfield University's rooms, depictions of the Baby mascot are forbidden nearby, for the sake of not annoying Tree after two confrontations with the Babyface Killer. And troll deities who show up to her wearing that mask are far from welcome.
  • For all that is holy, don't play that Embarrassing Ringtone near her. Tree's heard it enough for several lifetimes and is willing to punch you.

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