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Keep in mind that not only am I a slow worker, but I tend to go into hiatuses all the time. If I disappear for a while, that's normal. Just don't do any drastic changes to my sandbox while I'm not around, 'k?

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  • 1. The Engineer/Priscilla
  • 2. Zero
  • 3. Dave
  • 4. Dracula
  • 5. Wasteland

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    Maestro Forte 
Maestro Forte, Godly Embodiment of Ominous Pipe Organs (Forte, Maestro, Big Old Windbag, Evil Gay Organ)
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    Tamatoa 
Tamatoa, God of Evil Shininess (Beady-Eyed Bottom Feeder, Clam Cake)
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    Sableye 
Sableye, the God who Eats Rocks and Gems (Yamirami, The Darkness Pokémon, Mega Sableye)
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Mega Sableye 
  • House: Consumption
  • Demigod (Intermediate God as Mega Sableye)
  • Symbol: Its diamond-like eyes
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Abilities: Prankster (Magic Bounce as Mega Sableye)
  • Gender: Male
  • Moveset: Will-O-Wisp, Knock Off, Recover, Lick
    • Z-Move: Never-Ending Nightmare
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Darkness, Gemstones, Mischievousness, Pragmatism, Stalling
  • Allies: Gengar, Rotom, Mimikyu, Ash Ketchum, Steven
  • Partner: Spike
  • Enemies: Diancie, Spiritomb, Team Rocket, Murkrow, Darunia, most of the House of Commerce
  • Opposed by: The Crystal Gems
  • Nobody is quite sure how Sableye got into the Pantheon, but he was first spotted in the House of Commerce nabbing on some of the precious jewelry stored inside the House, running away before he could be caught. Based on his short stature, purple color and appetite for gems, the mysterious being was believed to be Spike at first, at least until said dragon claimed to not have been anywhere near the house recently, a fact confirmed by Twilight who was accompanying him at the time of the event. Only later was the creature caught while sneaking around the House, and it was then when a closer inspection revealed it was actually a Pokémon; a Sableye, to be exact.
    • After the ordeal was over, Sableye was allowed to remain in the Pantheon, albeit banned from entering the House of Commerce again. Despite this, Sableye's appetite tends to get the best of him and the Pokémon keeps sneaking into the House. While he's always kicked out after being caught, Sableye's general lack of strength and desire to eat only gemstones and jewels make him less of a menace and more of a minor annoyance that gets taken care of quickly.
    • Sableye was later approached by Spike himself, curious to learn about this new deity that was supposedly so similar to him. While the 'mon seemed scary at first, Spike was pleasantly surprised to learn that he wasn't evil at all, just mischievous, kinda lonely, and with a bit of an appetite. They have since become partners, with Spike offering to show Sableye around the Pantheon, occasionally together pulling pranks on other deities or treating themselves to a nice meal of gems. In the end, Spike is happy to have a friend that shares his interests, while Sableye is just glad to have met someone that's nice to him. However, Twilight has been keeping an eye on Sableye, worried that the latter's love for hunting gemstones might help trigger Spike's Greed.
  • For the longest time Sableye held the honor of being one of the only two Pokémon that possessed no type weaknesses whatsoever, a title he shared with fellow ghost/dark 'mon Spiritomb. Unfortunately for them, Gen VI introduced the Fairy Type, which finally granted them one type weakness and deprived them of their iconic status. However, Sableye got another chance to shine when he was granted a Mega Evolution, allowing him to become one of the best Stone Walls the world of Pokémon had seen until then. And while this Sableye hasn't displayed the ability to Mega Evolve yet, it's still something worth considering.
    • It's also worth noting that even before the Nerf Sableye was anonymously considered to be roundingly weak and unable to fulfill any specific role. That's it, until Gen V turned him into a Lethal Joke Character by giving him the ability Prankster, which combined with his moveset allowed him to become deceptively bulky. While this became mostly redundant after he gained a Mega Evolution, it's fair to say Sableye isn't as much of a weakling as he seems like at first.
  • Even though he belongs in the House of Food, Sableye prefers to reside inside the dark caverns of the House of Nature, hunting for rocks and diamonds to eat. While over there he has gained an enemy in Diancie, thanks to Sableye's tendency to prey on the Carbink that serve her. While Diancie's Fairy typing means she has an easy time driving Sableye away, the Darkness Pokémon always keeps coming back to hunting Carbink.
  • Was once approached by Ash Ketchum, who hoped this Sableye would be the same one he met back at Hoenn. While he was disappointed to learn that it was not the case, he and Sableye are still on good terms with each other. On the other hand, Team Rocket don't have many fond memories of their past experience with said Sableye and have been mostly hostile to this one.
    • Interestingly, this Sableye knows Lick, a move that Sableye can't usually learn (the sole exception being that one that Ash met, funnily enough). Nobody is quite sure exactly how this Sableye knows such move, but Sableye himself has refused to bring attention to that.
  • Gets along rather well with fellow mischievous ghosts Gengar and Rotom, although he admits that their pranks can go a little too far sometimes. He's also in good terms with Mimikyu, with both of them representing Dark Is Not Evil and Sableye being able to relate to Mimikyu's loneliness.
    • On the other hand, he doesn't really get along with Spiritomb, as not only does the latter play Dark Is Evil straight but Spiritomb itself also highly resents Sableye for gaining a Mega Evolution after they both became weak to fairies, while Spiritomb got nothing to compensate and was left in the dust.
  • Thanks to his appetite for jewels, Sableye has made his way into some deities' treasure hoards (most notably, Smaug's and Fafnir's hoards), but his sneakiness has actually allowed him to frequent these places and get out unscathed. However, Sableye always gets eventually caught in the act with unfortunate results, but he always just "faints", living to try another day. And despite his insistence, Sableye is smart enough to know when a hoard is not worth visiting anymore, usually giving it up if being caught was too much of an unpleasant experience.
    • On a similar note, while most deities expected Sableye and Darunia to be on good terms thanks to their similar tastes, Sableye just tends to get on Darunia's nerves because of his desire to get hold of the Goron Ruby, Darunia's people's most sacred treasure. It doesn't help that Sableye's mischievous behavior ticks off the usually serious goron. There was one time where Sableye actually managed to get his claws on the Ruby, and would have eaten it had Darunia not dropped the hammer on him. Since then Darunia has made it clear he doesn't want anything to do with the 'mon, and Sableye hasn't bothered to try again.
  • Sometime after ascending Sableye was approached by Steven, who believed that Sableye was possibly a Crystal Gem based on the gemstones embedded on his body, maybe even a fusion since Sableye was covered by more than one kind of gem. Unfortunately the encounter didn't go so swell, as Sableye attempted to eat the Rose Quartz gem located on Steve's belly as soon as he got close to him, the latter only saving himself thanks to his barriers. After things cleared up, Steven explained himself to Sableye, quickly forgave him, and actually managed to befriend him. The two have been good pals since then, with Sableye's mischievous behavior pairing well with Steven's tendency to occasionally pull off (harmless) pranks.
    • However, the other Gems haven't taken too kindly to Sableye after hearing of the incident. They consider someone with an appetite for gems to be extremely dangerous for them, and they shudder to think of what could have happened had Sableye successfully devoured Steven's gem. And while Sableye does think that their gems do look quite delicious, they both have avoided trying anything nasty at Steven's request. Steven himself hopes they could all make up and be friends, but the situation is still tense.
  • Despite sharing the same Pokémon category of "Darkness Pokémon", Sableye and the Murkrow flock that reside in the House of Crime do not get along. This is because of Sableye constantly trying to get hold of whatever jewelry and gems the Murkrow have stolen, as well as pulling pranks and generally being a nuisance to the flock. While the birds can easily take care of Sableye when grouped together, the ghost is a sneaky one and has managed to steal from them from time to time. What annoys the Murkrow the most is that once Sableye steals something, they can't get it back since Sableye just gulps down whatever he grabbed.
  • There have been claims that Sableye is based off the Kelly-Hopkinsville encounter, which featured goblin-like aliens described as having shining eyes, small legs, clawed arms and swaying hips, all characteristics that Sableye possesses as well. Whenever Sableye themselves are actually extraterrestrial or not remains a mystery, but this Sableye has expressed no opinion on interest on the matter.

    Dr. XXX 
Dr. XXX, God of Evil Geniuses (The Mad Doctor, Doc)
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  • House: Villainous Roles and Scientists & Geniuses
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His face against a red background
  • Theme Song: his monologue/"song", most of his songs from Epic Mickey 2
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Portfolio: really fond of laughing and singing, the evil genius with the master plan and the skills to pull it off, a madman and he knows it, a mastery in manipulation that allows him to get behind everybody repeatedly, somehow a doctor (with an Eastern-European accent to boot), an expert in machines who transformed himself into a robot but hopes to become a Toon again, originally just a dream but his infamy allowed him to come back, Unfortunate Names
  • Domains: Madness, Craft, Robots, Evil Plans, Manipulation
  • High Priest: Kalrow (former holder)
  • Followers: Dr. Sivana, The Evil Geniuses, Dr. No
  • Allies: Pete, Maleficent, Dr. Eggman, Dr. Wily, Crow, The Professor, Dr. Octopus, Doctor Doom, Dr. Frankenstein, The Medic, Dr. Viktor, Judge Doom, Cruella De Vil
  • Enemies: Sora, Sonic, E-123 Omega, Mega Man, Dr. Weil, Superman, Spider-Man, Optimus Prime, Mario, Cuphead and Mugman, Ember McLain, The Spy, most of the House of Beasts
  • Opposed by: most heroic Disney deities, Balthier
  • Opposes: Mickey, Oswald, Bugs Bunny
  • Conflicting Opinion: with Heinz Doofenshmirtz, The Grand United Alliance of Machines (specially Dr. Nefarious)
  • Dr. XXX first appeared in a 1933 Mickey Mouse short where he kidnapped Pluto to use him as part of a rather unorthodox experiment, until it all turned out to be just Mickey's nightmare. Unfortunately, the short itself turned out to be so dark and chilling that it was widely shunned and even banned by many, so it wasn't long until the doctor became forgotten and expelled to Wasteland.
  • Since this Mad Doctor never underwent the change of heart he could have performed otherwise, he still holds a strong grudge against both Mickey and Oswald for foiling his plans twice. While the half-brothers believe he can be still reformed just like his 'Good Ending' counterpart, the doctor hasn't expressed any desire to do so. However, the alarmingly high amount of heroic Disney deities residing in the Pantheon means that the Mad Doctor has no chance of getting revenge on Mickey and Oswald anytime soon, which has forced him to ignore them for now. Sora in particular has the Mad Doctor in his sights, and he's ready to act the moment the doctor tries anything funny.
    • On a similar note, the Mad Doctor's past interactions with Wasteland's counterpart of Pete and their shared distaste of Mickey means they have formed a rather convenient alliance. Maleficent has also approached the Mad Doctor, recognizing him as a rather competent Disney Villain and hoping to maybe employ his help in the future.
    • He has been approached multiple times by fellow (ex-)evil scientist Heinz Doofenshmirtz, who is reminded of himself by the doctor and agrees with Mickey and Oswald in believing he can be redeemed, as he argues that being good isn't actually that bad. Dr. XXX just laughs off Doofenshmirtz's arguments, claiming he has no need for redemption, but he's in relatively good terms with Heinz otherwise.
  • Nowadays he resides in his temple, designed after his original castle from the 1933 short. It's highly advised to all deities to never set foot inside the castle, as it is known to be filled with all sorts of death traps, living skeletons and unorthodox passages, just like Mickey remembers. The doctor himself spends his days designing and building more Beetleworx, as well as performing horrific experiments on whatever poor sap happened to wander into his domain.
    • Interestingly, he can frequently be seen visiting The Haunted Mansion at Walt Disney World, since it reminds him of the Lonesome Manor he used to reside in while living in Wasteland. What was most surprising was the authorities running the park noticed this and approached the Mad Doctor to tell him he could be allowed to reside in the Mansion if he managed to make the attraction even scarier. The doctor delivered, and now he calls the Haunted Mansion a 'second home'.
  • Although his original name is Dr. XXX, he's rarely called that anymore, due to certain connotations. This actually caused some small ruckus when he first ascended since nobody was sure how to call him, until it was decided by the Court of the Gods that everybody should just refer to him as 'The Mad Doctor' and that's it. He prefers to be called The Mad Doctor anyway, just don't call him Doc.
    • Of course, this hasn't stopped Bugs Bunny from messing with him by calling him Doc at every chance. Bugs being on good terms with Mickey while also being a rabbit just like Oswald has only increased the doctor's animosity towards him.
  • Has a tendency to sing almost everything he says, which many deities tend to find either confusing and/or annoying. Nobody is quite sure why he does so, but it's clear the doctor is is having fun while doing it. He even keeps a prerecorded diary where he sings his thoughts. The Mad Doctor himself even said one time that he should take the mantle of the God of Villain Songs as well, a suggestion that Ember McLain didn't take too kindly. The doctor hasn't gone through with the idea yet, but it's pretty clear he would need to deal with her first if he ever attempts to do so.
  • As the god of Evil Geniuses, he's in good terms with fellow evil masterminds and mad scientists such as Dr. Octopus, Doctor Doom, Dr. Frankenstein and The Professor. He also holds a rather friendly relation with The Medic, due to their love for medically-dubious experiments and cutting up, and the two of them can usually be found together interchanging tales about past "surgeries". However, he's also at odds with Balthier, who opposes all Mad Scientists on principle, and Dr. Weil, who's too despicable even for the Mad Doctor.
    • With his alliances also came enemies, as he has attracted the attention of heroic deities such as Superman, Spider-Man, Optimus Prime and Mario, all of who have dealt with evil geniuses before and are now keeping an eye on the doctor. The Mad Doctor has preferred to avoid them for now, but he plans to deal with them one day.
    • He's also a rather talented Robot Master, which led to him becoming allies with Dr. Eggman, Dr. Wily and even Crow. He frequently hangs out with at least one of them in hopes of finding ways to improve his Beetleworx. On the other hand, these alliances resulted in Sonic and Mega Man putting the doctor in their watch list, while E-123 Omega is all too ready to jump to action the moment the Mad Doctor and Eggman team up.
    • It's worth noting that Cuphead and Mugman are also quite wary of the doctor, as not only have they dealt with Mad Scientists and robots before but the doctor himself can't help but be reminded of Mickey and Oswald when looking at them.
  • Despite his many allies, most of them tend to keep a close eye on the Mad Doctor due to his propensity to betray anyone whenever necessary. While the doctor claims he's gotten over his backstabbing tendencies, most people aren't really buying it. In fact, his tendency for betraying his allies is so infamous that it caught the attention of fellow compulsive backstabber The Spy, who decided to pay the doctor a visit out of curiosity. Nobody is sure what happened between the two, but the Mad Doctor has been hostile to The Spy since then.
    • On a similar note, the doctor has heard of fellow mad scientist Dr. Viktor having a notable amount of similarities to him, including a case of conflicting loyalty and backstabbing. While the two remain allies for now out of shared interests, they both tend to keep an eye on each other just in case.
  • Due to his past treatment of Pluto and his love for experimenting with animals, the doctor has gained the animosity of the House of Beasts, specially the Canines sub-house. While the Mad Doctor would love to get his hands on some of these curious creatures, he's banned from entering the house altogether. He still plots to get in the house one day, but he hasn't achieved much for the moment.
    • He was eventually approached by Cruella De Vil with the intent of striking an alliance against the House of Beasts, seeing as how they're both banned from entering. In the end they made a deal saying that he would give her the fur of any animal he managed to capture in exchange for her help. The doctor is not exactly sure how Cruella could assist him, but he'll take any allies (and possible backstab victims) he can get.
  • Most deities were surprised to find out the Mad Doctor is actually a robot, as he had previously transformed himself into one with the intent of usurping The Blob. Despite this, the doctor yearns to become a Toon again because of his body's tendency to fall apart, but attempts to pull this off with the help of other deities (such as Ursula's dark magic used to transform Ariel into a human) have been fruitless so far.
    • This has resulted in him having a rather shaky relationship with The Grand United Alliance of Machines. While his mastery in building robots, his friendly relation with Dr. Wily and the fact he's an animatronic himself lead to the alliance offering him entry at first, they turned him back after learning of his desire to stop being a robot and his tendency to betray his allies constantly. The doctor still expresses interest in joining, but only time will tell if that will go anywhere.
    • He similarly has a rather conflicting opinion with Dr. Nefarious. Despite their similarities, Nefarious was forcibly transformed into a robot but ended up embracing it while the Mad Doctor transformed himself into an animatronic but hopes to become a Toon again one day. In the end, they're not on very good terms with each other.
  • His past experiences with Thinner and The Blob, alongside the fact he's technically not a Toon, has lead to him being approached by Judge Doom, who hopes to use the doctor's knowledge about Thinner in order to improve his Dip to bypass the Pantheon's Death Is Cheap situation as well as dealing with those pesky CGI deities his Dip can't touch. The doctor has agreed to help, much to the Pantheon's dismay, but thankfully nothing has come out of it. And even then, most deities expect the Mad Doctor to eventually attempt to betray Doom anyway.
  • He's also the host of his own TV show called "The Mad Doctor's Wonderful World of Evil", where he relates his past actions as well as his dastardly evil plans to the audience. Originally aired from Wasteland in an effort to make himself remembered once again, the doctor has managed to get it aired across the Pantheon with the help of some members of the House of Technology. His show is particularly popular in the House of Villains and among members of the Grand United Alliance of Evil, but it has gathered a considerable following in the Houses of Science and Technology as well. His audience has grown so much the doctor has expanded the show to include special guests, usually fellow villains willing to share their evil past deeds with the audience.
  • "Who's the maddest Mad Doctor of all? Wonderfully evil me!"
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    Dave 
Dave, God of Funny Cephalopods (Dr. Octavius Brine, Dr. Brine, Dan, Daryl, Dennis, Derek, Dirk, Debbie, Dexter, David, Derv, Doris, Ramirez)
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As Dr. Octavius Brine 

    The Engineer 
The Engineer, God of Motivation Rantings (The Machine, Machine For Pigs, Beast, Creature, Monster, God)
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The interior of The Machine

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    BnL 
BnL, Celestial Mega Corporation (Buy N Large, Buy n' Large, Buy N' Large, Buy 'n Large, Buy 'N Large, Buy 'n' Large, Buy 'N' Large, Buy'N'Large, Buy'n'Large, Buy-N-Large, Buy-n-Large, BuyNLarge, Buy&Large, Buy and Large)
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    Zero (Kirby) 
Zero, God of Disproportionately Evil Villains in Light-Hearted Shows (0, 02)
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