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Trope Pantheons

Note: Feel free to add/remove anything you find appropriate. Since I'm hardly working on this, you have my permission to ascend or carry on from any of my work here. Just follow this guide and post the entry into this thread to see if it's ascend-worthy first.

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    Megumin 

Megumin, Divine Practitioner of Only One Spell

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/megumin_3.jpg
  • Potential Houses: somewhere within Magic
  • Demigod with once-a-day Greater God level spell.
  • Symbol: A big explosion!
  • Theme Song: Chiisana Boukensha (shared with her 2 non-ascended allies, has a seperated version for herself)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Knowing only one spell that is too powerful for her own good, Going along with her clan in imagining themselves as Epic Mages, Redundant Incarnation before Casting, Wielding a Magic Staff, Collapsing from casting a huge spell, Heavily Favoring solving things with her One Spell, Refusing to Learn Other Spells, Foregoing even Basic Spells, Powerful Magic from a Frail Mage
  • Domains: Chuunibyou, Explosion, Magic
  • Followers: Non-ascended characters that are not part of the Pantheon, but would probably worship this character.
  • Allies: Karna, Weezing, Demoman, Jamison
  • Rivals: Members of the Pantheon that are rivals.
  • Enemies: Demonic Legion
  • Additional Character Relationships: Members of the Pantheon that have various relationships (examples include Enemy Mine, Vitriolic Best Buds, Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, Headbutting Heroes, Friendly Enemy, Friendly Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Idolizes: The Toku Base, Michael Bay
  • Unimpressed with: GUAG Magical Girl Sisterhood, Gengar, Steelix, Snorlax, Mew, The Regi Trio, Heatran, Diancie, Reuniclus, White Metagross, Red Genesect
  • Respected by/Respects: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon respect or are respected by.
  • Pitied by/Pities: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon feel pity for or find pitiable.
  • Opposed by: The Toku Base and ascended tokusatsu heroes, especially Kamen Rider 1 & Kamen Rider 2, Gorengers
  • Conflicting Opinion: Sometimes, the Deities argue over specific themes and philosophies.
  • High Priest: Yunyun
  • Herald: Chomesuke
  • Ever since she witnessed the mighty Explosion Magic in awe, Megumin always wanted to learn that particular spell so she decided to spend all of her life refining that single spell only, nothing else. Since Explosion takes up a significant amount of her willpower and she barely even has enough willpower for it, every time she casts it, she collapses immediately and becomes exhausted afterward.
  • Tragically, if she didn't dedicate all of her Skill Points to Explosion only she could have reached to Greater Goddess levels of power. Megumin is content though with herself though despite thisand wishes nothing more than to empower Explosion even more.
  • Megumin reincarnated into the pantheon when she went overboard casting a very powerful explosion and was caught in the blast, making her fly all the way to the Pantheon.
  • Megumin tries to be allies with other magical gods and goddesses, but because she only know one spell which is too impractical, many tried to reject her nicely.
  • Admires the tokusaktu heroes not by their deeds but by how big they create their explosions from their enemies.
    • Is especially a big fan of the Kamen Rider and Super Sentai series as many of gods come from those series.
  • She is also awed by Micheal Bay's works, given the amount of explosive effects he put in.
  • Unimpressed with the Magical Girls as they don't make as much explosions as the tokus do.
  • She's also disappointed with the Pokémon who are capable of learning explosive moves, but didn't.
    • Megumin hopes that one day, she will be partnered with a Pokémon knowing explosion so that they can go to the Demonic Legion together, use explosion together and collapse from using it together.
  • Megumin actually needs to cast an explosion every day or else she would die via her entire body exploding, so she visits the House of Explosives to use Explosion there every day.
    • Megumin skips on the way, humming in anticipation on using the spell in her favorite House.
      Megumin: Bakuretsu, bakuretsu, la, la, la!note  ~♪
    • Many tokusatu heroes have to bail her out before she gets into trouble with the bad guys. This especially annoyed the original Kamen Rider and Super Sentai members alot.

Notes

  • Latest page post: 3916
  • Approved by:
  • J Rads 47 wants her to be ascended as part of Kazuma's Party, but he may not touch on it. If remained unchanged until 11 August, I can try to ascend this entry.

On Hold

    Move Deleter 

Move Deleter, Benevolent Bringer of Move Forgetfulness (Move Relearner)

  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: An image or icon used to represent the deity.
  • Theme Song: Move Deletion Jingle
  • Alignment: Neutral Goood
  • Portfolio: Tropes associated with the character.
  • Domains: Things that the character has influence over.
  • Followers: Non-ascended characters that are not part of the Pantheon, but would probably worship this character.
  • Allies: Members of the Pantheon that are allies.
  • Rivals: Members of the Pantheon that are rivals.
  • Enemies: Members of the Pantheon that are foes.
  • Additional Character Relationships: Members of the Pantheon that have various relationships (examples include Enemy Mine, Vitriolic Best Buds, Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, Headbutting Heroes, Friendly Enemy, Friendly Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Respected by/Respects: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon respect or are respected by.
  • 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. Also can be served as part-time worker 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.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
  • And some more trivia/facts.
  • And a couple of more.

Notes

  • Latest page post:
  • Approved by:

Drafts

    Bunny Suicide 

Suicidal Bunnies, Unholy, yet Hilarious Representation of Ending Oneself

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/sui_bunny.jpg
  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: Their corpse.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Being Bunnies, Killing themselves in hilarious ways, Performing cruel and unusual ways to die
  • Domains: Things that the character has influence over.
  • Followers: Non-ascended characters that are not part of the Pantheon, but would probably worship this character.
  • Allies: Members of the Pantheon that are allies.
  • Rivals: Members of the Pantheon that are rivals.
  • Enemies: Members of the Pantheon that are foes.
  • Additional Character Relationships: Members of the Pantheon that have various relationships (examples include Enemy Mine, Vitriolic Best Buds, Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, Headbutting Heroes, Friendly Enemy, Friendly Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Respected by/Respects: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon respect or are respected by.
  • 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. Also can be served as part-time worker 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.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
  • And some more trivia/facts.
  • The way they kill themselves are why so many gods are going to be descended down to The Fallen.

    Move Reminder 
Move Reminder, Patron Saint of all Attacks, Techniques and Skills to Remember (Move Relearner)
  • Quasideity. Ambiguously Overdeity-Ranked with all the moves he can teach to others.
  • Symbol: A Heart Scale
  • Alignment: Neutral Good.
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains:
  • Followers: Non-ascended characters that are not part of the Pantheon, but would probably worship this character.
  • Allies: Members of the Pantheon that are allies.
  • Rivals: Members of the Pantheon that are rivals.
  • Enemies: Members of the Pantheon that are foes.
  • Additional Character Relationships: Members of the Pantheon that have various relationships (examples include Enemy Mine, Vitriolic Best Buds, Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, Headbutting Heroes, Friendly Enemy, Friendly Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Respected by/Respects: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon respect or are respected by.
  • 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. Also can be served as part-time worker 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.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
  • And some more trivia/facts.
  • And a couple of more.

Notes

  • Latest page post:
  • Approved by:

    Nugget 
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kindergarten_nugget.png
Nugget, Bringer of Chicken Nuggets
  • Potential House: Food > Meals
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: The Five Nuggets of Friendship
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Food, Improvisation, Trials
  • 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.
  • Allies: Members of the Pantheon that are allies.
  • Rivals: Members of the Pantheon that are rivals.
  • Enemies: Members of the Pantheon that are foes.
  • Additional Character Relationships: Members of the Pantheon that have various relationships (examples include Enemy Mine, Vitriolic Best Buds, Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, Headbutting Heroes, Friendly Enemy, Friendly Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Respected by/Respects: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon respect or are respected by.
  • 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.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
  • And some more trivia/facts.
  • And a couple of more.
  • Nugget thought that he could coushion his pit fall into the Nugget Cave with his nuggets, but Game Theory proved him wrong. He ended up in the Pantheon as the result.

Notes

  • Nightelf 37: Don't forget to add the fact that the food item in question has to be mainstream enough like okonomiyaki, oranges, apples, coffee, etc.

Proposed God(s)

Reworks

See thread here.

    Bragigas 
Bragigas, Guardian God of Dinosaurs and other Ancient Animals (Gigant BragiOh)
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/99fabf994d02e14141909e98dc6c93e5.png

Notes

Pokémon Partnerships

Working On (Approved and allowed to continue)

Drafts (To be approved)

     Charizard | Vargas & Lava 

Charizard (As Ash's Charizard)

  • Gender: Male
  • Ability: Blaze (Tough Claws in Mega form X, Drought in Mega form Y)
  • Moveset: Flamethrower, Solar Beam, Fly, Dragon Claw

Vargas and Lava

Partnership's story

  • As Charizard flew by the skies one day, he took notice of Vargas and Lava battling each other. The fiery clash between their strength and passion caught its eye.
  • Charizard would occasionally go to their battlefield observe their fights.

Connection: Fiery Battles

Notes

  • Vargas and Lava will be sharing their partnership with Charizard.
  • Through bonding and using key stones, Lava can unlock Mega Charizard X for Charizard, while Vargas can mega evolve Charizard into Mega Charizard Y.
  • Charizard needs to be mixed to accomodate for both his mega evolutions.
  • If Dia is ascended, then Lava will take Charizard as her partner to compete with her.

     Ditto | Beast Boy 
Ditto

  • Ditto has the ability to instantly transform into anyone it sees.
    • It will fail if it tried to transform into an opposing god who impersonates someone else. Ditto hates those gods as much as those trying to use its powers.
    • However, it grows close with Beast Boy because it was intrigued by how he can transform into it. Afterwards, Ditto got along really well with Beast Boy and agreed to be his partner.

Garfield Logan / Beast Boy

Partnership's story

Connection: Shape-shifting

Partnership's story: At first, Ditto didn't like Garfield as it couldn't transform into him if he has already shape-shifted into a different animal.

Notes

  • Both are ascended and partnered, but they have unwritten backstory.

Misc

Successfully ascended: Vargas and Lava, Ditto, Might & Magic, La Pucellenote 

Ascension failures: Masaru Daimonnote , Bragigasnote 

Successfully partnered a Pokemon with: Klefki with Haruka/Cure Flora


Analyzing: Zettai Ryouiki (ZR)

To do:

  1. List and summarize each grades
    • Group them into 3: Low-Grade (E and below) to show leg, Mid-Grade (C-D) of innocence(?) and High-Grade (A-B) of attractiveness.
    • Grade S can be a separate trope as it is Grade A + Girlish Pigtails + Type A Tsundere.
  2. See if there're something in common within each grades.
  3. Question whether ZR itself is even tropeworthy-most examples are just listing the characters and the grade they're wearing.
  4. If the purpose of ZR is Fanservice, what kind of fanservice does it bring?

Low Grade (E - Crew and D - Three-quarter)

Examples of Grade D

What else these examples have in common?

Middle Grade (C - High Socks)

Examples of Grade C

  • Common for middle-school girls to wear mid-grade.

What else these examples have in common?

High Grade (B - Over Knee and A - Thigh High)

Examples of Grade A

What else these examples have in common?

  • Provides Fanservice on the school uniform when in Real Life, skirt length shouldn't have been that shortnote  (High-Grade ZR Uniform)


Analyzing: Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors

Discussion page: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=13124230850A93340500

Link: Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors


TLP: Elemental Effectiveness

Summary: Damage is affected by the target's relation to the attack's element.

Note: This Trope Pad is in response of Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors' inconsistent status as a sub-trope to Tactical Rock–Paper–Scissors, as many example don't have their set formed into a cycle. If this trope is launched, then Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors would require the RPS within elements to be a proper example, and hopefully, there won't be any more misuse or confusion in the future.

Past discussions: Mine, Inquiry in 2015

TLP page: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/discussion.php?id=1p66ltooh01s3ny789l8gemm

Unabridged description

In many video games, characters can attack, such as through casting spells, that have Elemental Powers. These powers from attacks are based on varying forces of nature or energy, and thus subject to differing strengths and weaknesses.

The name of this trope comes from how well an element does against an enemy, whether by its elemental affinity, monster class or individual basis. Many times, it takes general knowledge to guess correctly, but individual universe may have lores explaining why an element works against an enemy in a particular way. Usually, these effectiveness manifest in a form of a damage multiplier. For example, a plant-based minion, being Weak to Fire, would receive twice the usual amount of damage if hit by a fire ball.

This trope is not necessarily limited to game mechanics. It can be expressed as a narrative, especially in anime set in a Role-Playing Game Verse. Using the above example, while the fire ball would simply knock back a common foe, plants would roll on the ground, screaming in terror as it continues to be burned. It can be set up as a challenge for a protagonist to overcome, or a solution for the protagonist to defeat an otherwise more powerful foe.

Often on the developer's part, their interpretation of an element's properties can vary its effectiveness between works. For example, water is generally a real-life strong conductor of electricity; this can mean that water is "good for" the electricity (electricity easily "fills up" the water and destroys the watery creature) or "bad for" it (the electricity doesn't want to be conducted by water, and the electrical creature is sapped or short-circuited). The complexity of the system gets really fun when you come up with how various elements interact with one another.

Elements are almost always immune or resistant to themselves; and can sometimes even heal the entity in question. Fighting fire with fire, for example, rarely works. Any Non-Elemental powers, as their name implies, will merely sit out in the corner of left field wondering why nobody else wants to interact with them.

Subtropes of Elemental Effectiveness include:

Elemental Effectiveness can be played with such as the following: Kryptonite-Proof Suit (to cover-up one's elemental weakness), Poor, Predictable Rock (when a Genre Blind person fail to oversee the implications of the whole system), and Scissors Cuts Rock (the disadvantageous element ends up being victorious instead).

A Sub-Trope of Situational Damage Attack. See also Field Power Effect for terrain and conditions that help one or more elements and hinder others. Contrast Inverse Law of Complexity to Power, where this trope is applied between fundamental and abstract elements.

Examples

Getting example instantly
  1. Go to page source in Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors
  2. Copy-paste all examples that show element's effectiness, but no cycle
  3. ???
  4. Profit!


TRS: Elemental Rock–Paper–Scissors

Page: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=1562254886004510700&page=1

Trope Talk: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/posts.php?discussion=15642442120A46747000&page=1

ATT: https://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/query.php?parent_id=78775&type=att


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