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What The Pantheon Thread Has Become Now
The Drama of GargusSCP's Argument Of What The Trope Pantheons Should Be
A Self-Control Advisory From ChrisX Regarding Deity Suggestion and Ascension Speed
PSA On Ascending Controversial Profiles
Discussion on Candidate Searching
YHVH (YMCA Parody)
Largest Thumbs-Up Record
A Rational Reason As To Why "Fanfic" Versions of Canon Characters Cannot Be Ascended (And Why Machinimas Are Okay)
r-lock's True Reason For Reserving Profiles
Let The Adopters Come To You
What Makes Rose Quartz's Situation So Special Above All Other "Dead" Candidates
Repost Notification Is Not Needed
Xemnas's Breaking Speech to Madoka
Smash Bros Ultimate "World of Light" storyline crossover with Touhou
A Reminder of Ascension Rules
yugi195's Catchphrase - "everything in moderation (including moderation)"
Shared profiles remaining
Text colors (for forums only)
Hold off on the debate for who takes First Person Snapshooter
New mandate for repeat profile posts
Do I deserve to leave?


I have ascended the following gods to the Pantheon:

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Thumbs-up regulations for profiles

  • For ascending a new deity:
    • 1 or 2 thumbs-ups = Same as 0 thumbs-ups; not ready yet, but you know now that someone thinks it's ready.
    • 3 thumbs-ups = Ascend within a week. Repost tomorrow. If you get a thumbs-up after that, ascend in 2 days (or immediately if you get two). Else, repost in 4 days. If you get a thumbs-up after that, ascend immediately.
    • 4 thumbs-ups = Ascend in 3 days.
    • 5 thumbs-ups = Ascend immediately.
  • For ascending a dominion/treasure:
    • 1 thumbs-up = Ascend within a week. Repost in 4 days.
    • 2 thumbs-ups = Ascend in 3 days.
    • 3 thumbs-ups = Ascend immediately.
  • For reworking a deity:

    Ascension Record 

Gilda (Our Gryphons Are Different), Aiden Pearce (The Cracker), The Marked Ninja (Real Life Ninja), Monty Oum (Awesome, Dear Boy), Carol Tea (Cool Bike and Wall Jump), Iji Kataiser (Pacifist Run), , Lord Brevon (Villains Act, Heroes React), Plague Knight (Plague Doctor), Dumbo (Ear Wings), The Tactician (No Casualties Run), Nanako Dojima (Everyone's Baby Sister), Andy Serkis (Serkis Folk), Canterlot High (High School A.U.), Sam Starfall (Impossibly Delicious Food), Oolong (Fighting Game), Rubella (Subverted Rhyme Every Occasion), V.S.S.E. (Light Gun Game), Jimmy Neutron (TV Genius and Little Professor Dialogue), Kyu Sugardust (All Women Are Lustful) , Miltank (Everything's Better with Cows), Chuck Bartowski (Omniscient Database), Sam Manson (Secretly Wealthy), Escafil Device, Ax (Two of Your Earth Minutes), Red (Dueling Player Characters) , Tamagotchi (Raising Sim and Virtual Pet), Excadrill (Drill Mole), George of the Jungle (Watch Out for That Tree!), Eliza Thornberry (Speaks Fluent Animal), Gregor Samsa (Just Woke Up That Way), Chief Vitalstatistix (Too Important to Walk) , EDI (Spaceship Girl) , Lord Death (Don't Fear the Reaper), Tucker Foley (Extraverted Nerd), Lavernius Tucker (Bow Chicka Wow Wow and Mister Seahorse), Franklin Delano Donut (Ambiguously Gay) , Commander Torque (Little Green Men), Odette (Swans A-Swimming), Arsène Lupin (Master of Disguise), Jill Dozer (Drill Tank), Frank "Doc" DuFresne (Flip Personality), Kaikaina "Sister" Grif (Bread, Eggs, Milk, Squick), Launchpad McQuack (Captain Crash), Freddy Fazbear's Pizza (Suck E. Cheese's), Pokémon Hunter J (Evil Poacher), The Boomer (Offensive Zombie Vomit), Fran Madaraki (Harmful Healing), Peter Burke (The "Be Careful!" Speech), Cow and Chicken (Random Species Offspring), Rusty and Co. (Monster Adventurers), Parasect (Festering Fungus), DedSec, San Francisco chapter (Hacked by a Pirate) , Kazuya Minegishi & Hibiki Kuze (Aside Glance), Paul Bunyan (Mighty Lumberjack and Tall Tale), Moana (Born Under the Sail), Diplomacy, The Dursleys (Obsessively Normal), Winry Rockbell (Wrench Wench), Milo Thatch (Adorkable), Legolas and Gimli (Elves vs. Dwarves and Body-Count Competition), Shiro Kanzaki (Non-Action Big Bad), Masashi Sudo/Kamen Rider Scissors (We Hardly Knew Ye), Eris (Evil Slinks), Moist von Lipwig (Refuge in Audacity), Escavalier and Accelgor (Socialization Bonus), Tsukasa Domyouji and Makino Tsukushi (Love at First Punch), Ethan Hunt ("Mission: Impossible" Cable Drop), Professor Hojo (Guinea Pig Family), Mr. Blik, Gordon Quid, and Waffle (Pet Heir), The Classic Team (Hero Shooter), Sora and Shiro (NEET), Ronald McDonald (Non-Ironic Clown), Chairman Drek (Not-So-Well-Intentioned Extremist), Garrett (Stealth Run), Trinity ([Verb] This!), Ann Takamaki (Heroic Seductress), Levy McGarden (Semantic Superpower), Malcolm Crowe (Dead All Along), The Monster House (Living Structure Monster and Sapient House) , Rubeus Hagrid (Naïve Animal Lover), Calem and Serena (Celebrating the Heroes), Cedric Diggory (I Feel Guilty; You Take It), Carmilla (Lesbian Vampire), Hestia (Fire of Comfort), Fred and George Weasley (Trickster Twins), Alastor Moody (Mad Eye), Lucius Malfoy (Screw the Rules, I Have Connections!), Forrest Gump (Been There, Shaped History), Trixie (Smug Smiler), Muriel Bagge (What Does She See in Him?), Bunny (The Powerpuff Girls) (Tragic One-Shot Character), Jimmy Livingston (Bubble Boy), Natsuru Senou (Super Gender-Bender), Penny (Nerd Nanny) , Shido Itsuka (Got Volunteered and Harem-Powered), Zordon (Huge Holographic Head), The Magic Mirror (Magic Mirror), Eelektross (Psycho Electric Eel), The Bladebreakers (Battle Tops), Unova League Elite Four (Elite Four), Shan-Yu (No Song for the Wicked), Professor Kukui (No Shirt, Long Jacket), Burroughs (Boss Warning Siren), Sam, Clover, and Alex (Best Known for the Fanservice), Unown (Gameplay and Story Segregation), Crystal (My Little Phony), Remoraid and Octillery (Viewers Are Geniuses), Chihaya Mifune (Symbol Motif Clothing), Qwilfish (Painful Pointy Pufferfish), Isabeau (Neutrality Backlash), Naoya (Biblical Bad Guy), Noah ("Noah's Story" Arc), Popplio (Sweet Seal), Angel Bunny (White Bunny), ICEY (Railroading), Blackiris and La (Kinetic Novel), Smokey Bear (Wildland Firefighting), Leverage Consulting & Associates (Good Feels Good and Caper Rationalization), The Formics (First Contact Faux Pas), Will, Brenner, and Isabella (The Apocalypse Brings Out the Best in People), Sonja and Lin (Fog of War and Defog of War), Gracie Hart (Undercover Model), Gosalyn Mallard (Most Definitely Not Accompanying Us), Millie Collins (Fashion Model), Ralph Wolf and Sam Sheepdog (Go-Karting with Bowser), Starlight Glimmer (Ex-Big Bad), Anataeus Vaya (Programming Game), The Enchantress (Aesop Collateral Damage), Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck (Tertiary Sexual Characteristics), Cyrus (Wizorb) (Breaking Out), Rooftrellen (Stealthy Colossus), Madeline (Celeste) (Scaling the Summit and Video Game Dashing), The Patapons (Addressing the Player), E-102 Gamma and E-101 Beta (Upgrade vs. Prototype Fight), Poppy and Branch (Magic Hair), Razputin Aquato (Journey to the Center of the Mind), Jenette Vasquez (Vasquez Always Dies), Lord Elrond (The Philosopher King), Quote (Brutal Bonus Level) , Fae (Required Party Member), Lewis Anthonio (Homemade Inventions), Sandy (Sentient Sands), Horace Slughorn (Enlightened Self-Interest), Kuvira (Villain Has a Point), Neal Caffrey (That's What I Would Do), The Dealer (Deckbuilding Game), Kazuya (Shin Megami Tensei I) (Cutting Off the Branches), Phileas Fogg and Jean Passepartout (World Tour), The Sinner (Longer-Than-Life Sentence), Karen Kohiruimaki/LLENN (Height Angst, tall variety), Temperance Brennan and Seeley Booth (Cop and Scientist), Mina Tepes, Akira Kaburagi, and Yuki Saegusa (Vampire-Werewolf Love Triangle), The Chosen One (Artistic License – Martial Arts), Power Rangers Mystic Force (Mythical Motifs) Satoru Tojo/Kamen Rider Tiger (Heroic Wannabe), The Equestria Girls (High School Rocks), Desmond Miles (Genetic Memory and Insanely International Ancestry), Aurora and Queen Umbra (Light/Darkness Juxtaposition), 9S (Hack Your Enemy and Hacking Minigame), Helios and Selene (Night and Day Duo), The Metaverse (Your Mind Makes It Real), Lola Bunny (Ears as Hair) Fin Shepard (So Bad, It's Good), Sho Minazuki (Loners Are Freaks), Miguel and Tulio (God Guise) Chuck Brown/Kite-Man (Kite Riding), Nier (Deletion as Punishment), Raava and Vaatu (Yin-Yang Clash), The Master (A God Is You), Heather Brown/Spinnerette (Spider-Man Send-Up), Violetta Mondarev (Offscreen Reality Warp), Peridot (Curiosity Causes Conversion), Greg Universe (Open-Minded Parent), Palom and Porom (Black and White Magic), A2 (Not What It Looks Like), Castle Oblivion, (Fight Like a Card Player) Grimoire Weiss (Flying Books), James Heller (Angry Black Man), SCP-2295 (Super Doc) , Connie Maheswaran (The Team Normal), Sturm (Slap-on-the-Wrist Nuke), Daring Do (Comic Books Are Real), Dora the Explorer (Fake Interactivity), Swiper the Fox (Swiper, No Swiping!), Eros (Cupid's Arrow), Wally West/Kid Flash/The Flash III (Fastest Thing Alive), The Darths & Droids Gaming Group (Campaign Comic), Hackerman (Hollywood Hacking) , Jensen Ames (Win Your Freedom) , Ninjas of the Ice: The Art of Fridjitzu, Andrew Ryan (Became Their Own Antithesis),

Total number of ascended deities: 186 - 3 + 2
Total number of ascended non-deities: 5 + 3

I have reworked the following Gods in the Pantheon:

    Rework Record 

Lee Everett (added Clementine) (Zombie Apocalypse Action Survivor), Dr. Drakken (Harmless Villain), Sarah Kerrigan (Hive Queen), Lucia Nanami (added the rest of the Mermaid Princesses) (You Gotta Have Blue Hair) , Tobias (Shapeshifter Mode Lock) , Morinth (Death by Sex) , Desire of the Endless (Everybody Wants the Hermaphrodite), Flowey (worked with kingvideogames) (Foul Flower), Dexter Grif (Blood Sport), The Medic (Shoot the Medic First) Iji Kataiser (Karma Meter) (added her Berserker counterpart), Miaka Yuuki (Chaste Hero), Johnny Appleseed (Apple) , Eddie Riggs (Heavy Mithril) , Agatha Heterodyne (Steam Punk), Klaus Wulfenbach (The Extremist Was Right), Amethyst (Sense Freak), Garnet (Romantic Fusion), Steven Universe (The Heart), Pearl (Tutu Fancy), Kat (Dark-Skinned Blonde), Brock (Serial Romeo) Tomoyo Daidouji (I Want My Beloved to Be Fashionable), Sakura Kinomoto (Magic Wand) , Miyuki-chan (Homoerotic Dream), Draco Malfoy (Draco in Leather Pants) , Red XIII (Intellectual Animal), Sheldon Cooper (Insufferable Genius), Justy Ueki Tylor (Million-to-One Chance), N (The Only Believer), Naoto Shirogane (Born Detective), Wizardmon (Reverse Mole), Derpy Hooves (Memetic Bystander) , Rarity (Fashion Designer), Stephanie Dora (Reluctant Fanservice Girl), Fuuka Yamagishi (Badass Pacifist), Doki Doki Literature Club (Surprise Creepy), Sunset Shimmer (Heroes' Frontier Step), Prince Adam/He-Man (By the Power of Grayskull!), Chibiterasu (Precious Puppy), Hoshidan Royal Siblings (Primary-Color Champion), Nohrian Royal Siblings (Thicker Than Water), Ryoji Mochizuki (Amnesiac God), Alan Wake (Most Writers Are Writers), Taki Tachibana and Mitsuha Miyamizu (Mental Time Travel), Dream of the Endless (The Sandman), Gildartz Clive (There Was a Door), Cana Alberona (Hard-Drinking Party Girl), Kanto Starter Pokémon (Starter Mon), Suguha Kirigaya/Leafa (Call of the Wild Blue Yonder), Agents K and J (Men in Black), Quote (Brutal Bonus Level) (added Curly Brace), Final Fantasy IV Final Party (Combatant Cooldown System) (added Edge), Ladybug and Cat Noir (Two-Person Love Triangle), Odio (Live-A-Live) (Then Let Me Be Evil), Golbez (Darth Vader Clone), Zen and Rei (Divine Date), Edward Chris von Muir (Quirky Bard), Lenneth Valkyrie (Party in My Pocket) , Kuja (Viewer Gender Confusion and Fashion-Victim Villain), Yukari Yakumo (added Ran Yakumo and Chen) (Nested Ownership), Zidane Tribal (Cultured Warrior), Tidus (This Is My Story), Vivi Ornitier (Black Mage), Jecht (Tough Love), Cid (Cool Airship) Jack (Mass Effect) (Bald Women), Finn the Human (Heroes Prefer Swords), Miranda Lawson (Broken Ace), Ice King (With Great Power Comes Great Insanity), Jake the Dog (Canine Companion), Princess Bubblegum (Princesses Rule), The Sumaru City Persona-users (add Lisa, Jun, Ulala, Katsuya, and Baofu) (Story Reset),

Total number of reworked profiles: 75 - 7
Total number of deities added as a result of rework: 18

I have assisted in ascending the following Gods to the Pantheon:

    Ascension Assist Record 

Milla Basset (Deflector Shields) (Otemple 700), Muffet (Arachnid Appearance and Attire and Made from Real Girl Scouts) (Fasoman1996), Numemon (Dung Fu) (TPPR10), Shinn Asuka (Black and White Insanity) (N3xus), Tiny the Stone Giant (Ironic Name) (Mariovsonic 999), Felonious Gru (Reformed, but Not Tamed) (RJ-CLOVIS-93), Wilhuff Tarkin (Machiavelli Was Wrong) (RJ-CLOVIS-93), Misa Aname (Jack the Ripoff) (RJ-CLOVIS-93), Aleksandra "Zarya" Zaryanova (TPPR10), Vincent Brooks (Rise to the Challenge) (Mariovsonic999), G (One-Letter Name) (Ferot_Dreadnaught -> me -> Spikes High), Mrs. Brisby (Nice Mice) (Ferot_Dreadnaught -> me -> Spikes High), Chanticleer (Cock-a-Doodle Dawn) (Spikes High), Cera (Haughty "Hmph") (Spikes High), Alia (Mission Control) (SomeoneElse17), Eobard Thawne/Reverse-Flash (Make Wrong What Once Went Right) (SomeoneElse17), Sombra (Everything Is Online) (Fasoman 1996), Hector and Lilina (Like Father, Unlike Son) (Chris X), Nightcrawler (Teleport Spam) (Patrickthekid), Ember McLain (Villain Song) (RJ-CLOVIS-93), SCP-173 (Neck Snap) (Fasoman1996), Ben and Saoirse (Gender Equals Breed) (Donnietu), Ryotaro Dojima (That One Case) (Mariovsonic 999), Barbie (Pink Means Feminine) (Over The Rainbow), Princess Fiona (True Love Is Exceptional) (RJ-CLOVIS-93), Babar (Civilized Animal) (Donnietu), Specter Knight (Wake-Up Call Boss) (Mystery Man 39), La Pucelle (Killed Offscreen) (Kindle 4 Light), Mona (Mini-Game) (Kingvideogames), The Batter (Deadly Euphemism) (Fasoman 1996 -> Lazy Name -> Leone Haxor), SCP-516 (Sapient Tank) (RJ-CLOVIS-93), Matilda Wormwood (Brain Critical Mass) (The Uncreative -> Patrickthekid), Eric Brooks/Blade (Dhampyr) (SomeoneElse17), Marlin (Adult Fear) (RJ-CLOVIS-93), Akira Kurusu (Phantom Thief) (Mystery Man 39), Hansel and Gretel (Trail of Bread Crumbs) (Shatterstar), Angry Birds (Catapult to Glory) (Kingvideogames), The Ancestor (Genre Blindness) (Crownless Mimic), Olaf (Winter Warfare) (Mariovsonic999), Ken Amada (Harmful to Minors) (Mariovsonic999), Sojiro Sakura (Curry) (Mariovsonic999), Ladybug and Cat Noir (Two-Person Love Triangle) (Raziel 123), Top Speed (My Secret Pregnancy) (rin14100), Haru Okumura (Child Marriage Veto) (RJ-CLOVIS-93), Francis (Mature Animal Story) (worldofdrakan), Dr. XXX (The Evil Genius) (Mr Doodle Noodle), Oboromaru (Pacifist Run) (Chris X), C-3PO and R2-D2 (Big Guy, Little Guy) (Time Lord Victorious), Power Rangers Jungle Fury (Three Plus Two) (originally from n3xus -> Mizerous) Hifumi Togo (Ambiguously Christian) (RJ-CLOVIS-93), Shield Knight (Badass in Distress) (kingvideogames), V (V For Vendetta) (You Cannot Kill An Idea) (igordebraga), Sae Niijima (Hello, Attorney!) (RJ-CLOVIS-93 -> me -> M1gami Tensei), Chiaki, Isamu, and Hikawa (Unconventional Alignment) (RJ-CLOVIS-93), The Embryon Tribe (Biodata) (Gmodder 1234), Casino Park (Casino Park) (r-lock256), Kaa (Hypnotic Eyes) (r-lock256), Galeem and Dharkon (Order Versus Chaos) (Fasoman 1996), Mikazuki Augus and Orga Itsuka (Toxic Friend Influence) (Cel Prev XXVI), Void Termina (Wicked Heart Symbol), Naze Turbine (Sexy Man, Instant Harem) (Cel Prev XXVI), Amida Arca (Top Wife) (Cel Prev XXVI), Ran Mouri (I Know Karate) (louisent31)

Total number of ascended profiles I assisted in: 61
Entries in bold indicate deities whose profiles I first created before transferring them over.

I have assisted in reworking the following Gods in the Pantheon:

    Rework Assist Record 

Cirno (Boisterous Weakling) (TPPR 10),

Total number of reworked deities I assisted in: 1

I have been helping on these following profiles:
(Perhaps you can help them too. Clicking the links will take you to the sandboxes they are in.)

Entries in bold indicate deities whose profiles/titles I first created before transferring them over.

The following Gods that I have worked with have been given a rework:

(A) Monty Oum (Awesome, Dear Boy) (Patrickthekid), (A) The Marked Ninja (Stealth-Based Game) (Donnietu), (R) Miaka Yuuki (Selfless Wish) (wootzits), (A) Qwilfish (Painful Pointy Pufferfish) (RJ-CLOVIS-93) (A) E-102 Gamma and E-101 Beta (Mutual Kill) (The Wikia Editor), (R) Amethyst (Eating Optional) (Muundeis), (A) Lord Death (The Death of Death) (wootzits)

Total number of deities given reworks: 8

I have helped write the following Pantheon Stories with Camilla:

I have the following Pantheon pages in progress:

With so many to work on, I've decided, like N3xus and RJ-CLOVIS-93 before me, to split my pages. They eventually stopped, though, but I won't.

Note from other tropers:

  • RJ-CLOVIS-93 (clearance only to edit sandbox, though be cautious and PMs will be sent in case of confusion)

Banned From:

  • r-lock256 (Don't edit this sandbox anymore)

    Pantheonic Tournament Draft 
  • Arena 7: Running of the Leaves
  • Appearance: A dirt path flanked by deciduous trees in autumn. Along the way are things like stumps, rocks, outlying branches, beehives, tree sap puddles, and other obstacles opponents may use to hurt their opponents. It is made wider and longer to fit the combatants, and it has a portal that connects the finish line and starting line to prolong the match.
  • Special Rules: This match is a "running battle", where all the combatants battle while racing. All combatants will have unlimited stamina when it comes to their travel means (as not all of them are runners).
    • Combatants with Super Speed (e.g. The Flash) get those powers toned down, those with lower-than-average speed are given permanent speed boosts to catch up, those who ride "vehicles" are permitted to ride them (e.g. Vannelope's kart), those who ride big "vehicles" will be provided small-scale substitutes, while those with no means of fast travel acquire special platforms that will keep them at the same pace as the rest of the combatants.
    • The battle lasts as long as there are still leaves left to fall, which are magically made more resistant in doing so. Once the last leaf has fallen, the winning team is the one who has the least K Os. Alternatively, the 25 KO rule may also end the match.
    • A wall of energy 'races' behind the combatants and 'prods' stragglers with a speed boost that also damages them, ensuring that nobody falls behind.
    • If the Ultimate Monster doesn't have the speed to keep up with the combatants by itself, they will be transported on a platform that will keep at the same pace as the combatants.

Profiles I'm Working On
Feel free to edit my 'pages'. I'm just laying out the groundwork.

Planned Groups

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    Groups in Progress 


Deity Profile, Title (Codename, Nickname)
  • Potential/New House: The house where you think your deity would fit best. Please limit your list to one or two, as it's difficult to keep profiles updated when they're in multiple houses.
  • [tup]s:
  • Power Level/Level of Influence (in descending order: Overdeity, Greater God/Goddess, Intermediate God/Goddess, Lesser God/Goddess, Demigod/Demigoddess, Quasideity)
  • Symbol
  • Theme Song
  • Alignment
  • Portfolio: (insert list of tropes here) 10 to 15 only
  • Domain(s)
  • Herald:
  • High Priest:
  • Followers:
  • Relationships with Other Pantheon Deities (only include those who are already on one of the actual pages, and not here in this sandbox)
  • Allies:
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  • Enemies:
  • 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:
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Deity Profile, Title (Codename, Nickname)
  • Potential/New House: The house where you think your deity would fit best. Please limit your list to one or two, as it's difficult to keep profiles updated when they're in multiple houses.
  • [tup]s:
  • Power Level/Level of Influence (in descending order: Overdeity, Greater God/Goddess, Intermediate God/Goddess, Lesser God/Goddess, Demigod/Demigoddess, Quasideity)
  • Symbol
  • Theme Song
  • Alignment
  • Portfolio: (insert list of tropes here) 10 to 15 only
    • Character 1:
    • Character 2:
    • Character 3:
  • Domain(s)
  • Herald:
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  • Relationships with Other Pantheon Deities (only include those who are already on one of the actual pages, and not here in this sandbox)
  • Allies:
    • Character 1:
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    • Character 1:
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  • 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:
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  • Notes about your chosen deity
  • Applies to all or some of them:
  • Exclusive to Character 1:
  • Exclusive to Character 2:
  • Exclusive to Character 3:

    Pokémon Deity 
Deity Profile, Title (Codename, Nickname)
  • Potential/New House: The house where you think your deity would fit best. Please limit your list to one or two, as it's difficult to keep profiles updated when they're in multiple houses.
  • [tup]s:
  • Power Level/Level of Influence (in descending order: Overdeity, Greater God/Goddess, Intermediate God/Goddess, Lesser God/Goddess, Demigod/Demigoddess, Quasideity)
  • Symbol:
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment:
  • Gender:
  • Ability:
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  • Portfolio: 10 to 15 only
  • Domains:
  • Herald:
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  • Followers:
  • Allies:
    • Partner:
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  • 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:
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  • Notes about your chosen deity

Deity Profile, (Un)Holy Seat of [Title] (Codename, Nickname)
  • Picture, if applicable
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En Route to Ascension


    Rational!Harry Potter 
Harry James Potter-Evans-Verres, God of Rationalist Fiction (General Chaos, Harryzer, Tom Riddle, Good Voldemort)
Art by talespirit
  • Potential House: Writing Techniques (Narrative sub-house)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The Emblem of the Chaos Legion (a hand poised to snap its fingers)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Awesomeness by Analysis, Badass Bookworm, Child Prodigy, compelled to be a hero no matter what, Efficient Unpredictability, Encyclopedic Knowledge, does what he does for Humanity and Truth (via Science), Genre Savvy (inc. the wrong kind), goals of a Guile Hero and tactics of a Magnificent Bastard, explaining cognitive bias by demonstrating it, seeks immortality for everyone, Insufferable Genius, Knight In Sour Armor, Large Ham, Master of the Mixed Message, Nerd-Cultured Badass, Sore Loser, wishes to introduce tech to the wizarding world and magic to muggles, Home-Schooled Brat, Too Clever by Half
  • Domain(s): Rationality, Science, Magic, Chaos
  • High Priestesses: Luminosity!Bella and her daughter Elspeth
  • Followers: His army, the Chaos Legion
  • Allies: the canon Harry Potter, Hermione Granger, Draco Malfoy, Neville Longbottom (one-sided on Harry's part), Minerva McGonagall, Fred and George Weasley, Alastor Moody, Spock, any who value rationality
  • Enemies: Lord Voldemort, Bellatrix Lestrange, Fenrir Greyback, Dolores Umbridge, Grand United Alliance of Destruction, Amon, Tirek, Alex Wesker, all Hope Crushers
  • Other Relationships: Albus Dumbledore, Severus Snape
  • Feared by: the Dementors (seriously)
  • Opposes: Cornelius Fudge, any leaders who don't at all think rationally, all Gods of Death
  • Opposed by: the Dursleys, the Dahaka, Lady Amalthea, all non-evil-aligned Equestrian deities, Xerneas
  • So who exactly is this Harry Potter and how is he different from the canon one? Well, among other things, when he came under the care of his Aunt Petunia, instead of the abusive Vernon Dursley, she ended up with one Professor Michael Verres, an Oxford scientist and not at all (at least intentionally, though he tries not to) abusive. As such, growing up to be a firm Rationalist, he would eventually enter the wizarding world armed with Enlightenment ideals and the experimental spirit. Oh, and he eventually defeats his world's Voldemort during his first year.
  • Finding a candidate for Rational Fic had been a daunting task, mainly because the best candidates were from fanfics, and several of them already have canon counterparts in the Pantheon. And then someone in the Court of the Gods found an ideal pick, and his case was argued with the following reasons:
    1. Only a Fanfic character can hold the trope, and he is the most well-known representative of it.
    2. Abridged!Kirito and Asuna have been ascended to the Pantheon already, so it would be hypocritical to turn him down for being an alternate version of a canon character.
    • And thus, this Harry Potter was invited into the Pantheon. And due to his very rational mindset, to get most of the questions (and answer-searching) over with, he was immediately explained everything about the Trope Pantheons, how things there don't fully operate on rational thought, that the world operates in a narrative sense (he is to consult with Stephen and Morgana about Observation and Cognition as soon as his temple was set up), that significant change won't come easy, and other caveats that make it so that he doesn't have to worry about leaving his world behind while he's here.
  • Just like Tony Stark and Richard Reeds, he's trying to find a rational explanation for his godhood.
  • Just like with Abridged!Kirito and Asuna and their canon counterparts, his run-in with his had been... complicated, and he's been warned not to react too negatively about any irrational decisions.
    • Unlike Abridged!Kirito and Asuna, Rational Harry's meeting with Canon Harry was nowhere near as violent. He's aware of one key difference (among plenty others) that set the two apart; their upbringing and whom their Aunt Petunia had married. A life of abuse brought about low self-esteem and humility, whereas a life of scientific upbringing (and all the books to provide for it) brought about intelligence... and a "mild" case of superiority. Despite that, Rational Harry is still very much a hero, possibly to a greater extent than Canon Harry in terms of dedication to helping others.
      • In the end, Rational Harry decided to regard Canon Harry as someone he could've been had things went differently, but isn't ultimately that much lesser for it.
      • To better tell apart the two Harry Potters, remember that the Canon one is in/past his Seventh Year, while Rational Harry is in his First, and occasionally in his House Ravenclaw robes.
    • Regarding Canon Hermione, he's had to remind himself that this isn't the one he knows from his world. The lack of (miniscule) troll and unicorn traits should be enough of a difference, not to mention being older. Still, Canon Hermione was shocked that in his world, the mountain troll ate her counterpart's legs and she bled to death, and that Rational Harry took great lengths to bring her back to life.
    • Has nothing to say to Canon Ron, given they never became friends in his timeline. The only thing that bothers him is the fact that it's he who marries Canon Hermione, and he has trouble comprehending what she saw in him.
      • On the other hand, he has a better friendship with Canon Fred and Canon George and often visits them for supplies, and possibly some help in pulling pranks (some epic enough that they Obliviate themselves to keep the details secret should they get caught). Also, in his timeline, in lieu of Harry, they become the Heirs of Gryffindor instead. The twins were amazed that that was even possible.
    • Regarding Canon Draco, he's annoyed with the Slytherin's former bratty behavior, and he also feels awkward given he'd killed his father Lucius (and all the other Death Eaters), but at least he's trying to be better.
      • In fact, he wants to test if Canon Draco has enough happy thoughts of his parents that can render him able to summon a Patronus just like his world's Draco. Both Canon Draco and Ron think that is impossible, but Rational Harry took it as a challenge; he's done more impossible things aleeady.
      • By extension, he tries to avoid Canon Lucius, given Rational Harry doesn't have the same political arrangement with him as the one from his world.
    • True, it took far longer, and he's not nearly as dedicated or as insanely brilliant, but he still respects Canon Neville's achievements. Neville on the other hand doesn't share the same sentiments, given that Rational Harry had been instrumental in freeing Bellatrix from Azkaban in his world, even if Quirrel/Voldemort manipulated him into it; as a "rationalist", shouldn't he have seen how much of a terrible idea it was?
    • Given that he beaten his world's Voldemort by his first year, he's never met Luna Lovegood and thus has no real opinion on Canon Luna, but he does appreciate the Quibbler she helps her father in writing.
      • And when word of how he dealt with his world's Voldemort spread; i.e. Brainwashing for the Greater Good, then transfigured into a jewel Harry will carry around forever, until he can safely revive and redeem him, this drew a lot of concern. To the surprise of some of the good guys, Rational Harry can understand these concerns, explained that given Voldemort's Horcruxes are mostly invisible and inaccessible (one of them was the Pioneer Plaque), forcing this alternative, making killing him more trouble than it was worth, and promises not to resort to what he did as a first/second/third/fourth/etc. option, but an absolute last. He still has to maintain the transfiguration on his adversary.
    • Was initially surprised to see Canon Dumbledore, given how the one in his world ended up trapped in the Mirror of Erised. At the very least, he doesn't seem to be pretending to be sane pretending to be crazy.
    • He also has amicable relations with Canon McGonagall, though he found her a bit more stern, just like how she was when he first met her. He also decided to confide in her possible consequences for that by telling her of his world's version of the troll attack in First Year. Not enough help arrived with Harry to save Hermione from death (from bleeding out after her legs were eaten), and even after Fred and George saved the day with the Sword of Gryffindor, they fully expected to he expelled for going against the letter of her orders.
    • He's not sure what he can say to Canon James, but he treats Harry with as much love and pride that he was still a hero, attitude notwithstanding.
    • In regards to Canon Moody, given how he was subject to Informed Ability, Harry wondered what would be the best approach to gauging his abilities; alternate universe counterparts were not something he was used to yet. And then he found himself attacked in his temple by a paranoid Moody, and Harry was forced to step up his game to match. Neither are telling who won that duel, but Harry seemed to be satisfied at the end of it.
    • Naturally, upon hearing of a second Harry Potter in the Pantheon, Canon Voldemort and his Death Eaters were displeased with this and immediately made to teach him his place. Rational Harry summarily trounced them with his experience as General Chaos, and the fact that the Canon Dark Lord was nowhere near as competent as the version he had to deal with in his world made it all the easier.
    • Was left baffled that one of the theories of the implausible events between the Canon Sirius Black and Peter Pettigrew was what actually happened. Naturally, given there was never a chance to meet, Rational Harry isn't nearly as close to Sirius as Canon Harry is. It doesn't help that in his world Sirius Black and Peter Pettigrew are the same person. It turns out that, in there, Peter Pettigrew was a metamorphmagus instead of an animagus, and an actually guilty Sirius Black avoided being sent to Azkaban by arranging for a transformed and Confunded Peter to be arrested and imprisoned in his place.
    • Given how little they've interacted, if at all, he has no real opinion on Canon Cedric, Hagrid, Trelawney, Slughorn, Lupin, Fenrir, or Barty Crouch Sr.
  • As for Abridged!Kirito and Asuna themselves, since their ascension allowed for his own, his short research on them concluded to him that he's better off not meeting them. While the two boys do have justified superiority complexes, Kirito uses it as a right to be an asshole to mask his insecurity, while Harry honestly desires to help people (even if his methods can look cruel sometimes).
  • Has a sleep cycle of 26 hours, making regular class schedules difficult to adapt to. Thankfully, he has a Time-Turner for this, bequeathed by his world's Professor McGonagall. Unfortunately, there are entities that would be happy with his constant exploitation of it, especially the Dahaka, which forced him to tone down his use of it to just getting around his sleep disorder (and other minor stuff, and use alternative methods for more important matters instead). He speculates that Canon Harry had this issue too, but that it was long since stamped out by his abusive childhood.
  • Is always prepared for any possible occasion, most importantly situation where he has to save a life, and his mokeskin bag sees to it that he can carry it all and call for what he needs. He has no Freudian Excuse for this until the gruesome death of his world's Hermione.
    • He'll also know if his memory was compromised; he has a system prepare specifically for that situation.
    • And if he doesn't have something, he can transfigure it. And he's so good at it that he's even learned how to do partial Transfiguration, which is so far impossible for any wizard from the Potterverse.
  • As he was born with a scientific upbringing, he readily utilizes Muggle items/"artifacts" in conjunction with what magic he's learned in Hogwarts, making him that much more unpredictable compared to other classical spellcasters.
  • Aside from annoying him with ideas that lack any form of rational basis, one thing that sets him off is the idea that his parents might've been abusive.
  • Don't talk to him about Ebony; his rant following that was extremely grating and wasn't good for him.
  • Rational Harry leads one of the most efficient 'armies' in the Pantheon. While not one of the strongest, they are one of the few that are the least crippled when it comes to infiltrators in its ranks. This is because he employs parts of the recon pull philosophy, where his subordinates have the initiative and can choose what they think is best while he acts as the coordinator focusing on the big picture.
  • Ever since he missed his chance on getting a phoenix, he's been trying again, mainly though trying to figure out Phoenix and what it would take to earn its favor. So far, there has not been much success.
    • Doesn't plan on taking in any other pet anytime soon, not even something as simple as a Companion Cube. Why? He once had a Pet Rock; it died. Sure, turns out his world's Dumbledore smashed it, but still.
  • When he had first heard that there were Dementors in the Pantheon (and as deities, no less), Harry decided he would go on a manhunt to purge the Pantheon of their presence, calling them a wound in the world. Upon hearing they had a temple, he went straight there with clear intent to find a way to exterminate every last one of them. If only he had some way of luring every single one to a single place so he can destroy them all once and for all. Unfortunately for him, the Dementors have their own allies and that means he'll have to make sure to get rid of those gods, too.
    • And for some reason, his reputation in his world managed to precede him all the way to the Pantheon, for when he first encountered one face-to-face, it immediately hightailed it out of there, screaming in fright, and all other Dementor encounters ended up the same way. It baffled him at first since he certainly knew that Canon Harry doesn't have this reputation with them, but he eventually deduced and concluded that they somehow know of his accomplishments against them (be it from the Court or the nature of the Trope Pantheons), namely being able to outright destroy them with his unique brand of Patronus Charm, though it is Cast from Lifespan when used in that level rather than that of a standard Patronus.
    • As a side effect of being The Dreaded to Dementors, Harry's become a target for the despair-propagators in the Pantheon as they're also concerned with this development; what is he capable of that Dementors actively avoid him?
    • Speaking of his Patronus, the fact that he can cast one has somehow become public knowledge too, and that it takes the form of a Homo sapiens sapiens, though not the Dementor-killing bit or or its ability to return life to a dead body. He's not teaching anyone how he does that; given its nature, and the required mindset, one has to personally come to the same conclusion and thought process he did lest they lose the ability to cast the standard Patronus Charm trying to mimic him.
  • Because of his symbol and his "chaos" strategy, some wonder if Discord or Q had anything to do with this inspiration. Both have denied all such claims.
  • Ever since first seeing McGonagall turn into a cat, even after learning Transfiguration in Hogwarts (to the point that he can do it partially, though he tries as hard as possible to keep that a secret), he twitches upon seeing other shapeshifters do their stuff. The few exceptions are technical "blobs" such as the T-1000, and the Hard Light Crystal Gems (his real issue is with Steven's existence period and his ability to fuse just like them, even with a completely organic companion like Connie).
  • He knows that people can make foolish mistakes, even the wisest of them such as Gandalf, but if there's one thing he cannot ever forgive the White Wizard for, it's the fact that upon suspecting they Frodo had the One Ring, he didn't immediately spirit Frodo away to Rivendell, and the hobbit never be left without guard. Embarrassment, awkwardness, and inconvenience should be nothing compared to the ramifications to Middle-Earth should the Ring return to Sauron's hands.
  • In addition, just because he's extremely intelligent doesn't mean he's infallible; he's still 11 years old, after all, and his various shortcomings have made that painfully obvious to him.
  • Besides the Death Eaters, he holds contempt to the idea of "blood purity" as a form of superior status or as a reason for discrimination.
  • After the near-disaster that was his war against Voldemort/Professor Quirrel and everything that has led to it, he's finally learned that he's not the only hero in this fight, and always makes sure to confide what he knows to his superiors (and other adults as long as they respect his intelligence and don't blow him off for his minority) in the fight against evil, mostly Dumbledore and Cosmos. Given his great intellect, the latter is grateful to have someone like him on her side.
  • As his struggles are on behalf of humanity, he naturally opposes YHVH for his progress-stifling ideals, and Lucifer for his goals putting a lot of humanity in danger in his fight against the former.
  • A rumor (which might be true) spread that Harry had apparently killed a unicorn for its blood some of which might've been used for the revival process on his world's Hermione, earning him the ire of not only Lady Amalthea, but all non-evil-aligned denizens of Equestria (Rarity on top of that list) and Xerneas. Harry for his part is trying to make time to clear up this issue, but he's annoyed that "narrative reasons" keep him from doing so at every turn.
  • Sees death as the final enemy to life and something that should be ultimately removed forever one day, and so he holds no favor to all grim reapers and death deities, but finds the Death Is Cheap nature of the Pantheon as a temporary convenience to help achieve his goal.
    • It's true that Harry seeks immortality, but he wants it for everyone, so any other seekers of it that have no problem with taking lives to achieve that (like Alex Wesker), or require lives to maintain the immortality are enemies of his as not only do they go against everything he believes in, it would ruin the whole point of his goal.
  • Advises broomstick riders to never attach a rocket to it for faster flying; he tried that himself, and it almost cost him and his passengers.
  • For reasons unknown, Yog-Sothoth has it out for Harry, since someone apparently thought to sacrifice the Outer God to maintain his presence for a critical moment.
  • For Harry, his five stages of grief are as follows: Rage, Remorse, Resolve, Research, and Resurrection. He will not bother with denial and he will never allow himself to reach acceptance.

    Fionna and Cake 
Fionna and Cake, Goddesses of Fanfiction Characters (Fionna: Linn, Fiona)
Left: Fionna, Right: Cake
  • Lesser Goddess (Cake) and Demigoddess (Fionna)
  • Symbol: Fionna's crystal sword
  • Theme Song: their theme song
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Distaff Counterparts and Canon Rule 63 versions of Finn and Jake, Tomboy and Girly Girl
  • Domain(s): Alternate Universe, Fanfiction, Gender Swap, Adventures
  • Heralds: The residents of their world (which is not named Aaa, despite what most believe)
  • Followers: Way too many to count, and way too many of them of poor quality
  • Allies: Finn and Jake (their counterparts) and most of Ooo's ascended deities
  • Special Relationships: Ice King (their author(sort of, it's complicated))
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: The Lich, Orgalorg, GOLB
  • 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:
  • Pitied by/Pities:
  • Opposed by/Opposes:
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • For years since his ascension, Ice King had made several attempts to get Fionna and Cake in the Pantheon. First, he tried to Virtuous to summon them, only to be told that characters that don't really exist can't be brought to life. Then, he asked Maxwell to draw them up, only to get an ogre princess and a slice of cake (said princess and her husband Shrek still hold that against him to this day). Finally, he tried to hijack Supergirl's position for them to take, but it went rather badly.
    • As it turns out, though, someone in the Court did hear his request, but it got lost in all the bureaucracy. Eventually, the request was heeded as soon as a trope was found: Fanfiction. Even though a beam from the sky is what's sending him images of Fionna and Cake's adventures into his dreams, thus implying they actually do exist somewhere in the Adventure Time multiverse, it's through Ice King's writings that they're known in canon. And there are at least two fanfic characters in the Pantheon already (Lt. Mary Sue and Old Man Henderson).
  • Applies to both:
    • Are under constant surveillance by the The Protectors of the Plot Continuum. Well, more their temple anyway, to make sure their followers don't wreak havoc in the Pantheon through their subpar writing. Fionna and Cake are good in their book, but their influence nonetheless set a precedent for the worse to come…
    • Were initially repulsed by Ice King, after hearing that he dreams of marrying Fionna. Thankfully, Simon doesn't harbor such feelings (and is admittedly ashamed of that), so no real animosity remains.
      • Also pertaining to him, his counterpart the Ice Queen is, notably, not originally a human like him, but a water nymph, and it's just a crystal rather than a crown (with crystals) that gave her powers and drove her crazy. Of course, that story bit was written by Gunter, and it's not certain if he's also gotten the same "space messages" as Ice King, so the validity of that is dubious.
    • Due to being overwhelmed by questions regarding their world and how things went, here's a comprehensive list of things they're not answering.
      • Whether or not Fionna met her parents and if her mother was a deadbeat like Martin Mertens.
      • How Fionna still has her right arm given Finn lost his, or (corollary to the above) how she managed not to lose it. Or if she somehow got it back if she did lose it at some point.
      • Fionna's surname and if it's Campbell.
      • If Fionna ever had a Grass Sword, since that was one of the reasons Finn lost his arm.
      • Whether Cake and Lord Monochromicorn became married.
      • Whether they raised hybrid kids and what it felt like for Cake to be pregnant.
      • Cake's possible alien heritage just like Jake.
      • Anything else regarding the other inhabitants of their world, whether or not their counterparts are deities here.
    • Of course, the duo eventually met with the other ascended Adventure Time deities.
      • BMO seems to be the same as always. Then again, it doesn't really have a gender to flip.
      • It's a bit surprising that Prince Gumball's counterpart Princess Bubblegum is much more focused on science and not that much of a baker. They are aware of her...amoral actions, though, which is one thing (besides bodily composition) the two share.
      • While vastly different from Cake's boyfriend, Lady Rainicorn was a nice—if difficult to understand—fellow to hang out with.
      • There was barely any difference between LSP or LSP, be it a Prince or Princess.
      • Fionna feels uneasy around Flame Princess, given that things are still awkward between her and Flame Prince while Finn has successfully returned to being Just Friends with his former Second Love. That said, Phoebe's had it worse than Flame Prince, who was raised by fire lions instead of being a prisoner in a Deadly Decadent Court, which probably explains her…issues.
      • Despite Fionna's brief flirting with Marshall Lee, even as he was toying with her emotions, neither have issues with Marceline who wrote him in the first place, though it's not known if she also got the "messages" Ice King did or if she just inserted herself into the story after reading his fanfics. They were also intrigued in the fact that she and Bubblegum are dating again. Neither are saying if the same applies for the ones in their world.
      • Even if it's just a single Earl rather than two Ladies, neither Fionna nor Cake trust Lemongrab.
      • On one hand, Ice King's Gunter isn't a fifty-foot tall laser-shooter. On the other hand, what he actually is is much, much worse. At least he's more ambivalent as the Ice Thing now.
      • There's nothing to be said about Peppermint Butler or of any differences/similarities with his counterpart Butterscotch Butler.
      • It's not certain whether she's fought her world's version of him, the one that scattered itself from Farmworld, or both, but the Lich has marked Fionna as his archnemesis just as equally as he does Finn.
      • As for Sweet P, who the result of a Turn Undead on the Lich, they can see that he's clearly not who he once was and wishes to be a hero. With Finn and Jake's help, the two have been convinced to be friends with him and help him achieve that goal.
  • Exclusive to Fionna:
    • Prior to the truth, there have been those who thought that Fionna was actually Finn's long-lost twin (as it has been said that long-lost twins tend to lead eerily-similar lives). Finn can attest against that, having already met both his father and mother, the latter of whom would certainly know. Unless she was hiding it for some reason.
      • Due to the disastrous love life he's had, even with Huntress Wizard as a potential third flame, there are shippers who try to convince him to give Fionna a try that way and that they're perfect for each other. Unfortunately for the shippers, any adventures they have together (with Cake and Jake and whoever else) have had no romantic undertones whatsoever.
    • As a swordswoman, she's gotten acquainted with others like her such as Altria and Mordred Pendragon, Ryuko Matoi, Sayaka Miki, Xenovia and Irina Shidou, and so on.
    • She also made friends with Star Butterfly, another kicka$$ female, even if her magic when she still had it goes a bit wonky sometimes.
  • Exclusive to Cake:
    • Knows morse code thanks to having Lord Monochromicorn as a boyfriend, who mainly speaks in that "language".
    • Cake plays a hammered dulcimer, as opposed to Jake with his viola.
    • Cake's shapeshifting powers appear to be more defined than Jake's, as she can transform almost instantaneously, and can also change into weapons (on Fionna's command, including a "morning star mode"), something that Jake has been shown to be nearly incapable of doing.
    • Doesn't tolerate any who ship her and Jake; both of them already have their own romantic companions (Lord Monochromicorn and Lady Rainicorn).

    St. Hermelin High Students 
The students of St. Hermelin Highmembers , Celestial Party of Inferior Overseas Localization (Boy With Earring: The Pierced Boy, Naoya Toudou, Yūya Narumi, Jihei Suzakuin | Maki: Mary, Nanjo: Nate Trinity, Nate Nanjo | Mark: | Yukino: Yuuki | Elly: Ellen, Ellie | Brown: Brad | Ayase: Alana | Chris)
Left to right, top to bottom: Maki, the Protagonist, Mark, Ayase, Elly, Nanjo, Brown, Yukino, Reiji
Yukino in Persona 2 
Nanjo in Persona 2 
Elly in Persona 2 
Maki in Persona 2 
Brown in Persona 2 
Reiji in Persona 2 
  • Potential House: Pantheon/
  • [tup]s:
Ambiguously Bi, Demoted to Extra in Eternal Punishment,
  • Domain(s): Personas , High School, Crises
  • Heralds: Tamaki Uchida, Kenta Yokouchi, Ms. Saeko Takami
  • Followers:
  • Relationships with Other Pantheon Deities (only include those who are already on one of the actual pages, and not here in this sandbox)
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies:
    • Protagonist:
    • Maki:
    • Nanjo:
    • Mark:
    • Yukino:
    • Elly:
    • Brown:
    • Ayase:
    • Reiji:
  • 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:
  • Pitied by/Pities:
  • Opposed by/Opposes:
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • The thing about making a sequel for a game that has story branches is that there's the issue with what to do about it going forward. Sometimes, one branch is selected out of all the others. Other times, the branches are ignored in favor for a completely different option. Yet other times, aspects from all of them are mixed and referenced to imply it has all happened.
    • However, the fact that a third of them don't even appear in the sequel puts a damper in electing them for Merging the Branches. Rather, something more infamous was chosen for them: Bad Export for You. Why? Because the first American localization of what would be known as Revelations: Persona went down in gaming history as a textbook case of how not to localize a title. All the flaws 
    • Despite how demeaning this would be, Philemon accepted these terms, and thus every single Player Character Persona-user is now in the Pantheon, save for the upcoming Kasumi and anyone else who will follow after the Phantom Thieves of Hearts.
  • Applies to all or some of them:
    • Due to their title, they take the appearances they assume both in their original story, the sequel (if they were present there), or even the original "American" localization, which none of them are too proud of. At least Yukino was spared that.
    • Taking the same plan-thinking roles as Kirk, Spock, and McCoy, Naoya, Nanjo, and Mark take on similar decision types and get along with each of their counterparts.
  • Exclusive to the Protagonist:
    • While he has at least three "canon" names, out of convenience, and just like with Kotone Shiomi, he is usually addressed by his manga name Naoya Toudou.
  • Exclusive to Maki:
    • She was already in the Pantheon as the High Priestess (just like her Arcana) of the Cutie Mark Crusaders due to her entire story arc, and she still keeps in touch with them. She admits it was... something else when she found out that they became Persona-users too, even if it's limited in terms of summoning allowances compared to everyone else.
  • Exclusive to Nanjo:
  • Exclusive to Mark:
  • Exclusive to Yukino:
  • Exclusive to Elly:
    • Depsite not being one herself, Elly gets along well enough with the Goth Girls due to their occult interests. Nico Minoru, too.
  • Exclusive to Brown:
  • Exclusive to Ayase:
  • Exclusive to Reiji:

    Kenji Oja 

Kenji Oja, God of the Big First Choice (The Serpent's Son, Little Dragon, Lord Serpent or Lord Dragon)
  • Lesser God, Dragon!Kenji might reach Intermediate levels
  • Symbol: The Serpent Orb
  • Theme Song: Serpent Attack as Serpent!Kenji, Dragon Warrior as Dragon!Kenji
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (if he takes the Serpent Path) or Neutral Good (if he takes the Dragon path)
  • Portfolio: Critical Hit, Campaign-Exclusive, Lightning Bruiser, Sword and Gun, Took a Level in Badass, Unexpected Successor
  • Domain(s): Clans, Choices, Good or Evil
  • Heralds:
  • Followers: Agent Craig Willmore, Kazuki Takemura, Denam Pavel, Trestkon, Michael Tapp, Zheng, Jack Mower
  • Allies: The Commander (depending on the Commander's current allegiance)
    • Serpent!Kenji:
    • Dragon!Kenji: Corrin
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Each other and each other's allies, Heartless-summoners
  • Sometimes, at some point in a game, you're required to make an important choice. This choice can affect a lot of things, from as little as available upgrades for the entire game, or even what storyline you'll take (requiring a replay to see it all). Kenji Oja, former exile from the Serpent Clan, upon returning to the lands from where he was born, was faced with an important choice; in the midst of bandits raiding a village, who should he side with?
    • The Kenji who helps the bandits would rebuild the Serpent Clan under a tyrannical fist. The Kenji who helps the villagers would start anew as the benevolent Dragon Clan. Since both paths are irreconcilable with one another to ascend as a single person, two Kenjis were ascended as separate entities, and both immediately came to blows, disgusted at the other's choice (and disbelief from Serpent!Kenji after the revelation that the Serpent Orb's power and the Dragon are real after all). They were shortly separated by the Court, who had ascended them in the first place.
  • Applies to both Kenjis:
    • Their temples take the form of Serpentholm, remade in their respective images, and facing in opposite directions so as to minimize immediate clashes, mostly instigated by Serpent!Kenji.
    • And supporting the Kenjis are their Zen Masters, essentially hero units. While both Shinja and Otomo both served both Kenjis, their ultimate allegiances brought the former to Serpent Kenji and the latter to Dragon Kenji.
    • Naturally, given their dispositions, Serpent!Kenji joined the GUAE while Dragon!Kenji joined the GUAG. Both Melkor and Cosmos were pleased with their latest additions to their ranks.
    • The Dragon Clan generally disdain firearms (though still use rockets) while the Serpent Clan appreciate and perfect their use. That said, even Dragon!Kenji is not above using them, and can learn to appreciate allies who use such weapons.
  • Exclusive to Serpent!Kenji:
    • Having a necromancer among his Zen Masters thanks to Shinja, he has no issues working with those who can raise the dead to achieve his goals.
  • Exclusive to Dragon!Kenji:
    • His potential after unlocking his Ki holds so much light that he poses a great threat to dark entities with weakness to light has marked him as a threat to such deities or those who employ such creatures like Xehanort and Mr. Scratch

    The Nightwings 

The Nightwingsmembers , Celestial Team of Sports Games (Jodariel: Jodi, Demon Mom, Curly-Horns | The Stowaway: Vagabond Girl, Moon-Touched Girl, Bae the Bloodless, Chae the Changeling, Dae the Dense, Fae the Fair, Gae the Gray, Kae the Unkempt, Lae the Lonely, Mae the Moon-Touched, Nae the Nuisance, Rhae the Wretched, Shae the Shoddy, Tae the Tattle, Xae the Poxy, Zhae the Zealous, ?ae, *ae | Pamitha: Pam | Volfred: Sandalwood, Fred | Tariq: The Lone Minstrel)
The Nightwings Sigil
All their members (for scaling purposes). Left to right:Jodariel, Bertrude, Rukey, Pamitha, Ti'zo (right against the moon), the Reader, Sir Gilman, Hedwyn, the Stowaway, Volfred
The Stowaway 
Sir Gilman 
  • Between Intermediate and Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: The sigil, a cresting moon
  • Theme Song: Never To Return or Will of the Scribes
  • Alignment: Between Neutral Good and Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Ragtag Bunch of Misfits, Legacy Character, Comprised of Members From All Races, True Companions, Opposing Sports Team and Threshold Guardians for the Rites, Hope Bringer, Earn Your Happy Ending
  • Domain(s): Exile, Rites, Ball Game, Freedom, Revolution, Peace
  • Heralds: The rest of the Downside Triumvirates, Sandra, Celeste The Gate Guardian (Tariq's Love Interest), Oralech, Fikani Shang (Hedwyn's girlfriend)
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Fascist governments and supporters thereof, Captain Beatty and Big Brother (especially for Volfred and the Reader, for stifling literature)
    • The Reader:
    • Hedwyn:
    • Jodariel: Granny Goodness
    • Rukey:
    • The Stowaway:
    • Ti'zo:
    • Sir Gilman: cowardly and/or incompetent commanders such as Zapp Brannigan and Lord Djibril
    • Pamitha:
    • Volfred:
    • Bertrude:
    • Tariq:
  • 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:
  • Pitied by/Pities:
  • Opposed by: SCP-516 (Hedwyn, Jodariel, and Pamitha)
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • The problem with Sports Games is that most of them are of real sports and are more about the game than its players, so it was a daunting task to find proper candidates for the trope. And then scouts of the Court found the interesting tale of the rise of the Sahrian Union. While trying to discern through conflicting stories whether or not they overthrew its previous government, the Commonwealth, through peace or through bloodshed, and members of importance in the revolution. Further research revealed the existence of the Downside, the Rites, the Eight Scribes that created it, and the Trumvirates that partook in it.
  • It was there that tales of the Nightwings were discovered, the Rites they participated in, and the revolution they supported, and it was there that the Court found their candidate. Or rather, candidates. As it was, due to the Multiple Endings nature of the tale, it was difficult finding the ideal method of ascending them to the Pantheon. But a solution was eventually found.
  • After enacting their solution, all of the Nightwings have been brought to the Pantheon, all with memories of life after the last Liberation Rite both in the Downside and in the Commonwealth/Sahrian Union. The conflicting memories were a bit confusing to possess and among other things, The Stowaway, Hedwyn, and the Reader are still human even after remembering remaining in the Downside after the Rites have ended, and Jodariel is still a demon even when she remembers life after returning to the Commonwealth. Still, at the very least, they are all reunited.
  • Applies to the team or some of them:
    • The Nightwings' temple takes the form of the Moonlight Alcove, the sanctuary the team rest in while waiting for the stars to herald the next series of Rites. They also have their blackwagon they use to travel across the Downside. It even has flight capabilities, and when in flight, the Reader occasionally directs their craft to other flying vessels/deities that happen to be in the area either to grief or greet them, depending on their mood.
    • Thanks to the endeavors of Barker Ashpaws of the Dissidents, they are aware of the Rites being considered a game not just in the Downside after the Rites ended, but also in the world(s) outside their own. In fact, the House of Gaming and Technology are collaborating on creating a simulation of the Rites, and folks have compared it as a fantastical version of basketball.
      • Of course, given just how many different kinds of lifeforms (especially non-organics such as energy beings and robots) are in the Pantheon, a lot of work in the simulation had to be done to account for all of them and to give proper pros and cons of each. And that's not counting the humanoids who can cast abilities without weapons, which aren't permitted in the Rites. Some are inconsequential (like Yang Xiao Long's damage-based Semblance, which is pointless since one hit from an opponent's aura is instant banishment), others might give an edge, while yet others might even break the game (like Ruby Rose's Speed-based Semblance) unless properly nerfed.
    • Eventually, the Sim-Rites Program was completed. The Nightwings are already in by default, but anyone else who wishes to partake in the experience has to register first as a Triumviratecaveat . Unlike the case where Pamitha left the Essence to join the Nightwings, changing Triumvirates requires a lengthy procedure, so it's best to form large teams if they're more likely to play together (e.g. the Investigation Team and the Shadow Operatives, or the Mane Six and the Cutie Mark Crusaders).
      • Within the sim, participants are donned in raiments reminiscent of those the Nightwings posses, but in color themes decided by the Triumvirate they represent. New masks and raiments are designed to account for those who aren't human (Nomad like Hedwyn or Savage like the Stowaway), Demon, Cur, Wyrm, Imp, Harp, Sap, or Bog-Crone. And the "Book of Rites" each player has to hold will float close by for those who lack the appendages to carry them.
      • Trinkets/mementos held by/in the possession of a player and/or Triumvirate get added in their inventory as equipment that can mildly enhance one's abilities, aid in the Pyre's survivability, give advantages at the cost of getting a handicap, or hamper the enemies' capabilities, though some of them are limited to certain people.
      • The simulation ensures that during any Rite, only one player per team moves at a time by locking the others in place when one has already decided to move. Coordination and trust is vital, and can be made easier with an assigned teammate not actively participating serving as a Reader/Coordinator, who can mind-read their teammates and telepathically communicate with them (those who already have such abilities can use them in the sim even as a player).
      • After each Rite, victory or defeat, all participants (save the maxed-out Nightwings) earn Enlightenment, which eventually unlock Masteries (maximum of 4, with a chain of wins required to change that up) unique to each player. All other members of both teams get Inspiration, which become Enlightenment should they participate in a Rite. They also earn points that can he spent on (temporary possession ofnote ) various trinkets the Nightwings have used throughout their Rites.
      • There is no equivalent for Ascension Rites, since the Sim-Rites are meant for fun.
    • One additional benefit the Nightwings got along with their ascension is to grant them the ability to project and cast Aura like if they were in the Rites (the Stowaway once defended the camp from Howlers this way, and Sir Gilman burst obstacles (and the Pyrehearts which he once was a member of when they pursued him) hindering the Nightwings). These attacks are only as strong as a shove or physical charge, and in Ti'zo's case, since his Implosion is a Suicide Attack in the Rites, it merely renders him winded for a bit here.
    • Due to having been exiled for literacy and promoting literature against the government specifically respectively, the Reader and Volfred have it against Captain Beatty and Big Brother for burning books and stifling people's literacy respectively.
    • Due to its extreme prejudice against traitors to their nations, the Nightwings are advised to stay away from SCP-516 when possible, particularly Hedwyn (deserted his post in a war), Joadriel (unauthorized liberaion of POWs), and Pamitha (betraying her sister (and her country), even if in an attempt to save her).
  • Exclusive to The Reader:
    • Rumored to be an aspect of (Insert Name Here), the Reader's past is inconsistent (like if they were an old farmhand or a war orphan), if it's even known. What is known is that their crippled condition as a result of being cast down prevented them from participating in the Rites. With the upcoming simulation, they can have a chance of experiencing the Rites for themselves.
    • Never takes off their cloak, making their identity a mystery. Those who saw beneath it have deigned to keep it a secret, and the nature of the Reader's character makes it inconsistent.
    • Occasionally, when given some alone time, the Reader consults with a green crystal, which is found to be inhabited by a wraith named Sandra, of the Beyonders Triumvirate.
      • However, after an incident which ended up with the Beyonder Crystal nearly shattered, the Reader went around to find a way to protect it without interfering its ability to communicate with them. They eventually found one, and it came with a bonus of being able to summon Sandra from the crystal at times, though she's still bound to it like a genie in a lamp. Regardless, the Reader has become a lot more careful.
      • No, she won't be conducting Scribe Trials for anybody else; those days are over, the Sim-Rites already got that covered, and the Reader isn't that trusting of the Crystal to anybody.
  • Exclusive to Hedwyn:
    • Sometimes practices his cooking skills at the House of Food after rumors of how bad he was at it spread. He insists that was because of the Downside's food pretty unpalatable overall. As such, he ends up not having much good ingredients, and he had been trying his best.
    • -something about his girlfriend's dedication to him that she would join him in the Downside if he isn't Liberated-
  • Exclusive to Jodariel:
    • Due to having participated in wars against the Harps on behalf of the Commonwealth, she has trouble with trusting harpies of any sort. It took a long while (and the Reader's guidance) before she can even consider working with Pamitha (assuming neither get Liberated before then).
    • Prior to and during the war, she's adopted and cared for orphans, among them Hedwyn when he was young. As such, she's gotten acquainted with and gets along with not only some of the children who can get past her imposing appearance, but also other orphanage protectors like Julis-Alexia and Kazuma Kiryu.
      • While it's what got her exiled, she draws the line against those who would execute children, even if they're from the enemy side.
    • As someone who would found a quasi-police force in the new Sahrian Union if she gets liberated, she has cordial relations with law enforcement deities (as long as they don't exploit their authority).
  • Exclusive to Rukey:
    • It's not much, but there's been one little thing noted about Rukey; his stylish mustache, or the occasional lack of it, which depended on the Reader's critique of it.
    • Having once been a smuggler of goods, he gets along nicely with Han Solo; on top of their (initial) careers, both have also taken part in a rebellion against a corrupt government (even in the off-chance that Rukey never gets Liberated, he's still helped the Reader who would eventually lead the Nightwings and help Liberate his teammates, and Rukey would still be among the players to stand by their side).
  • Exclusive to the Stowaway:
    • Will answer to any of the following names (which are all pronounced as if rhyming with "gray"): Mae, Kae, Dae, Xae, Tae, Shae, Rhae, Lae, Chae, Nae, Zhae. Due to much potential for confusion or degoratory puns, the following have been removed (i. e. she's been instructed not to treat these as addressing her by name): Fae (there's a Manakete who goes by that name already), Gae (sounds like "gay"), and Bae (very memetic).
      • That said, given certain things like her leitmotif, and what she's addressed by the game if the player enters Versus Mode without loading a Campaign first (or at least one where the Nightwings find her at that point in the story), the majority default to Mae, and it's used in documentation, though the other names are still used. Isis hasn't deigned to confirm if this is indeed her true name or not.
    • Occasionally, she can be found preaching (not to an overbearing extent, of course, after the first few times) what she knows about the Eight Scribes' teachings, if she isn't marveling at all the things the Pantheon has to offer.
  • Exclusive to Ti'zo:
    • Despite his diminutive size and cute appearance, Ti'zo is actually not only very intelligent, but long-lived as well. The only thing keeling him from being as revered as Yoda is the fact that he can't speak the same language as Commonwealth exiles (and by extension the rest of the Pantheon). For some reason, he didn't get the same gift of tongues most every deity in the Pantheon gets. Only telepaths can communicate with him easily.
    • Occasionally, he can be found swimming in lakes or shorelines to catch fish to eat.
  • Exclusive to Sir Gilman:
    • When he isn't practicing speedy movements with Rukey, Sir Gilman can often be found perched at above-average elevations (perhaps even on other living beings if they're all right with it) to tame his fear of heights.
    • Having been under the service of a cowardly commander (in a race full of glory seekers), he has zero tolerance for such and think they're undeserving of their rank. Lord Djibril is on the top of that list.
  • Exclusive to Pamitha:
    • When it came to caring for a sibling who's... admittedly not the best of people, Pamitha thought she was alone in this regard. As it was, that's not the case in the Pantheon. As such, she can understand the situation of Jaime Lannister (though she's weirded out by the incest he has with Cersei) and occasionally share drinks with him.
      • She also gets along with Mokuba Kaiba (even if Seto isn't exactly evil anymore) and Zuko (even though he didn't start his pity until after Azula went mad for a while, and even hated her back then).
  • Exclusive to Volfred:
    • (something about leading a peaceful rebellion)
    • (something about his being a Prime Minister of the Sahrian Union should he be Liberated)
  • Exclusive to Bertrude:
    • Bertrude's trade revolves around potions, talismans and other powerful magic items, so she can sometimes be found.
    • Some folks think her fireproof ink shouldn't have worked since that logically should've ended with burnt books and a puddle of ink on the floor. Unless the ink was specially hexed.
    • Something a little more significant than Rukey's mustache (or lack thereof), sometimes Bertrude is plagued by nightmares and sometimes she isn't. As it turns out, it's a side effect of being from multiple timelines, as there are three outcomes to when she asked the player to invoke Yslach while playing against Udmildhe of the Withdrawn; either victory is achieved, loss is suffered, or the Reader chose not to risk it.
  • Exclusive to Tariq:
    • Without the Rites to constrain him to his duty, when he isn't []spoiler:spending time together with Celeste]], Tariq roams the Pantheon, relaying tales of the Nightwings and the Rites through his songs.
    • During his wanderings, he ran into the Bard, who had heard of his songs, was entranced by what Tariq was singing, and wanted to know more. He would also guide the Minstrel to Edward's temple

    The Asterisks 
The Asterisks
One such Asterisk
  • Apperance: hexagonal stones that bear the symbol of an asterisk
  • Alignment: Depending on its holder('s party)
  • Portfolio: 10 to 15 only
  • Domains: Job Classes, Artifact
  • Onwers: The Bravely Default Main Party
  • Asterisks are jewel-like objects that were created by the Sage Yulyana in his plot to usurp the Crystal Orthodoxy's authority in "granting vocations".
  • Initially, changing one's job or 'vocation' required a special approval from within the Crystal Orthodoxy. With the asterisks however, the Sage would be able to prevent the institution from growing rich from fat profits known as 'alms'. Sage approached the panicked high officials and the grand patriarch, proposing to them the asterisks, mentioning that "granting vocations should be based on it, as overseen by the Orthodoxy." To that end, those wanting to apply for a 'vocation' would apply to the Orthodoxy and pay a fair price. Those who could pay may apply to change their jobs. The grand patriarch and his officials only sought profit through it, thus they agreed to Sage's proposal.
  • Afterwards, Sage was then appointed by the grand patriarch as the 'overseer' of the new asterisk system. However, since Sage was the only person who possessed the knowledge of creating the asterisks, coupled with the fact that he had changed the previous system of changing jobs towards the asterisk system, he had essentially robbed the Crystal Orthodoxy of their authority to grant vocations. Acknowledging his success in having robbed the Orthodoxy of their influence, he escaped from the position, taking with him the knowledge of creating the asterisks. Since the profits gained from the asterisk system were controlled by Sage who had already sequestered himself within the Yulyana Woods, the Crystal Orthodoxy were thus rendered incapable of gaining any semblance of profit from the asterisk job system.
  • These Asterisks were once held by various officials in the Eternian Empire before being…"relieved" of them by Tiz and company. Due to the risk of these Asterisks getting stolen (and thus bequeathing their powers to those thieves, not to mention anyone else who gets their hands on them), they requested for the Court to place these in the Treasury. As for how they'll be able to change jobs without them, turns out their ascension already grants that, just like how Bartz doesn't need the Crystal fragments from his world to do the same anymore.

Semiprecious stones obtained after defeating the monk Barras Lehr and white mage Holly Whyte. Possessing a particular stone will confer that stone's job on the bearer. —D's Journal description

Asterisks (アスタリスク, Asutarisuku?) appear in Bravely Default and Bravely Second: End Layer as small gems with a star inside that confer the job contained within them to their bearer. In Bravely Default, there are twenty-three obtainable asterisks, while in Bravely Second twenty-nine asterisks are available with many returning from the first game.

The party must defeat an asterisk holder in order to obtain the asterisk containing their respective jobs. Only the Freelancer job has no asterisk.

Wait Until Some Time

NOTE: Wait for Episode 9 to come out on DVD. After all, he may yet develop some battle skills if he takes it off.

    Armitage Hux 
Armitage Hux, God of Unimpressive Longcoats (General Hux, General Hugs)
  • House: Capes & Coats (House of Costumes)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A badge with the symbol of the First Order
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: The Strategist, Evil Genius, No Respect Guy, Illegitimate Son Of An Imperial Enforcer, Not-So-Badass Longcoat, Good-Looking Privates, Evil Gloating, Seen As A Joke By The First Order, Passionate About The First Order's "Justice", Evil Redhead, Armchair Military, Contrasting Sequel Antagonist To Tarkin, Ordered The Death Of His Abusive Father, Large Ham, Ignored Expert
  • Domains: Tyranny, Nepotism, Generals, Invasion, Destruction
  • Allies: The Galactic Empire, particularly Wilhuff Tarkin (somewhat) and the 501st
  • Enemies: The Rebellion, particularly Luke Skywalker, the House of Betrayal, Mogo, [[ Jon Snow]], all good-aligned deities from the House of Light & Darkness (especially Sora and his allies)
  • Choosing someone from the "sequel" time period was difficult as their story not yet being concluded proved difficult due to the Court barring such efforts to ascend deities from there, but Palpatine found a candidate who would be "safe", and got to work on ascending First Order General Armitage Hux to the Pantheon.
    • As for the trope for him to represent to gain footing here? Not-So-Badass Longcoat Usually, having a longcoat is a symbol of badassery. Sometimes though, some folks just can't pull it off, and Hux is one of them.
    • As for why Palpatine chose him? Well, remember the supercomputer that can track ships through hyperspace, and Starkiller Base? Well, developments of those projects—and probably most of the First Order's advanced weapon systems—are from Hux. He's also in charge of their training programs and developing their tactical and strategic doctrine.
      • As soon as news of that bit about Starkiller Base spread, due to having to clean up so damn many Summon Gems, all the non-evil-aligned deities of the House of Light and Darkness, as well as Sora's allies, have it personal against him.
  • Given his accomplishments, the GUAE have a little more respect for him (especially due to his accomplishment in Starkiller Base). That said, he still gets regarded as a joke by his enemies and the three trolling groups have too much fun riling him up.
  • With Kylo Ren not present in the Pantheon (yet), Hux has his sights on overthrowing Palpatine, but he knows too well that to present such thoughts would be a terrible idea. Sure, he can't Force-slap him from parsecs away like Snoke, but he did start the Galactic Empire, which was where the First Order came from.
    • He also doesn't like Darth Vader, given hos influential he was in Kylo's development despite it being posthumous. Also, his defection to the GUAG makes him as bad as those in the Rebellion.
  • One of his biggest Berserk Buttons is any Your Mom joke, given that he was born out of wedlock.
  • Despite having been thrown around enough times by Snoke and Kylo to knock any doubt that supernatural forces exist, Hux views it as a relic of a bygone era that cannot compete with with the capabilities of modern weapons tech. This has him at blows with the other evil mages in the GUAE.
  • Is very well aware about the dangers of lightspeed travel, given Resistance commander Holdo jumped the Raddus to lightspeed in his super-dreadnought's general position.

Profile acquired from RJ-CLOVIS-93

Note: Wait for new season.

    The Diamond Authority 
The Diamond Authoritymembers , Goddess Trumvirate of Gem Hearts (Yellow: Giraffe Mom, Blue: Sith Diamond, White: Lightbulb, Ragyo)
Blue Diamond, White Diamond, and Yellow Diamond, with Rose's Fountain and Steven Universe in Blue's hand for scale.

Wait for Story Mode to come out.

    The Key Seekers/Keepers of Fœnum 
The Key Seekers/Keepers of Fœnumcandidates , Divine Champions of Infighting Factions Despite A Looming Crisis (Oleander: Ollie | Tianhuo: Tina)
Left to right, top to bottom: Oleander, Tianhuo, Velvet, Pom, Arizona, Paprika


Reworks Of Existent Profiles

Rework Yuna and Lulu

Clifford, God of Giants Who Were Tiny In Childhood (The Big Red Dog)
  • When he first encountered Dag, he was intimidating enough for Clifford to immediately run away. Funnily enough, because of Clifford's size, Dag was also inclined to run, and tends to stay away lest he get stomped by the big red dog.

    Takuma Saiou/Sartorius 
Takuma Saiou, God of Tarot Troubles (Sartorius)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Three Pillars of Light.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (True Neutral when not possessed by The Light of Destruction)
  • Portfolio: Cults, Fate, Break Them by Talking, Masters of Mind Control, Orbital Laser Cannons, Symbolism, Tarot Troubles, Well Intentioned Villainy, Villains With Light Motifs, Creepy Monotony, Tragic Villains, Turning Good Because of Realizing His Misdeeds.
  • Domains: Corruption, Evil, Fate, Tyranny, Light, Tarot.
  • Allies: Jedah Dohma, YHVH (?), Eliphas, Il Palazzo, Oriko Mikuni, Shark, Kaworu Nagisa and most good-to-neutral gods voiced by Akira Ishida.
  • Former Allies: Judge Claude Frollo, Seymour Guado, Arthas Menethil, Gill
  • Interested In: Tatsuya Suou and any other Persona User.
  • Conflicting Opinions: Sora Shiun'in
  • Annoyed with: Deadpool, Excalibur
  • Enemies:
  • Friendly Enemies: Judai "Jaden" Yuki, Makoto Naegi
  • Opposes: Future Diary Holders, Dinosaurs, the Ultraman in the Toku Base
  • Ascended to this House in order to impose his dark faith in the Pantheon. That and to show the rest of the Gods his skills in the Duel Monsters card game.
    • What many (including Saiou himself) don't know nor suspect is that the dark faith he's preaching about is actually that of The Light of Destruction, an unofficial aspect of YHVH. Though the GUAL has plans of snapping him of it on the condition that he would officially join them. Since the Great Will is offering him to let him have his powers (very unlike the Light of Destruction), it seems like he could accept the offer...
    • However, he then predicted that "a fool" would be ascending into the Pantheon. That fool turned out to be an enemy from his own world, Judai "Jaden" Yuki. As soon as he heard that Takuma was brainwashed, he immediately

  • Is verily enjoyed that his inspirational figures, Gill and Jedah Dohma, had joined to the Pantheon. Or so it seemed, but his relationship with them could become strained if he is not brainwashed.
  • He once predicted that "a fool" would be ascending into the Pantheon. That fool turned out to be an enemy from his own world, Judai "Jaden" Yuki. They have been opposing each other ever since, or so it would seem to anyone not in the know. One part of Saiou is trying (but failing) to fight back his own possession and Judai is the only one who could bring him back to normal.
    • Sadly for Judai, he could be de-brainwashed by someone else and he could joined the GUAL. Their friendship remains, but to say this hasn't enraged Judai would be an Understatement.
  • Many have put his rank into question, given that his only power is fortune-telling. Until it was found that he managed to get the control of the SORA again (its original owner is kinda susceptible to brainwashing). Though it's vague what the satellite actually does, as it originally destroys everything on sight but there are other times where it simply brainwashes everyone into obedience. No matter what it will do, it's for this reason(s) that YHVH is very interested in having him in the GUAL...
    • Sora was not pleased in the least to find out about another evil use of his name and wonders if the Yu-Gi-Oh!-verse is conspiring against him. Saiou/Sartorius just told him to accept it.
    • The other Sora is slightly terrified of the satellite and even wonders if he was named after it, but even that thought scares him. Saiou's opinion of him is more neutral but he has wondered if he could brainwash the kid into the Society of The Light in his less conscious moments.
  • He can't stand the Diary Holders even at his more "normal", viewing them as rivals to his power. Minene Uryuu and Reisuke Houjou answer back this hostility because they can't stand religion.
  • He doesn't get out of his temple that frequently, preferring to read the cards about the Pantheon's future, so many were surprised when he summoned Arcana Force XXI - The World in one duel against Judai, since he sounded like Dio Brando. It really didn't help that he shouted out loud the words.
    • He also sounds similar to Deadpool and Excalibur. Let's just say he considers both different kind of fools (ﺧ益ﺨ) that the usual kind he often refers to.
  • Seems to be mildly interested in the gods coming from Persona, possibly because of his constant tarot card-reading. Tatsuya is the one that amuses him the most for sounding similar to him.
  • No, he doesn't worship Light Yagami, don't ask him again. And no, he doesn't workship the White neither, though it really does make you wonder with that satellite...
  • He has found an ally in Oriko Mikuni, who understands his plight and can also see the future. She and Ryoga Kamishiro really pity him, especially the latter since he was also a constant victim of possession. They are currently working with Eliphas to snap him out of it without the Great Will's intervention.
  • Has a considerable amount of respect towards Makoto Naegi because he reminds him of Judai. Naegi is also reminded a little of his classmate Yasuhiro Hagakure. He is trying to teach him Dueling Monsters even if it would be even if his luck would be the bane for his fortune-telling abilities. (Maybe that's the point).
  • He once warned the Radiant Heroes with a prediction that said "that one similar to me that some of you may not want to be ascended is coming soon". Who knows what he is talking about...
  • Has an extreme distaste against all Dinosaurs in the Pantheon and all of the Ultramen in the Toku Base (Eeeh, don't ask). He is currently working to make sure they never work together and that none of the latter are ever ascended so they won't join the Neo Toku Base.
    • He also dreads the inminent ascension of Diego Brando for these reasons. Yes, inminent.
  • Due to his fatalism, he can often be found together with Kyurem. It's not a question of if, but when either one of them will say "You Can't Fight Fate" or "Because Destiny Says So". Practically their unofficial catchphrases when they are together.
  • For your information, Saiou Takuma is his given name for the Japanese speaking Gods and Sartorius is his only name for the English speaking Gods.
  • Also present in the House of Faith.

    Bravely Default Main Party 
Tiz Arrior, Agnès Oblige, Ringabel and Edea Lee, Celestial Party of The Theme Music Power-Up (Warriors of Light | Tiz: The Miracle | | Ringabel: Alternis Dim)
Ringabel, Edea, Agnes and Tiz
  • Intermediate Gods
  • Symbol: Airy's Pendant
  • Theme Songs: You Are My Hope (Tiz), Wind Ward (Agnès), Baby Bird (Edea), Love's Vagrant (Ringabel)
  • Alignments: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Crew, Job System, Leitmotifs
  • Heralds: Yew Geneolgia, Magnolia Arch, and The Man with the Purple Pen (Altair)
  • Allies: Cosmos, Bartz Klauser, and most Final Fantasy heroes, (Insert Name Here) (especially for Tiz)
  • Enemies: Ouroboros, Airy, Nui Harime, Kyubey
  • After their epic battle against Ouroboros, Cosmos saw it fit to ascend them to the Pantheon, but could not find a trope that wasn't taken. After having the Court of the Gods review their battle mechanics, it was decided that Elzam von Branstein should surrender one of his titles for them to inherit. The reason why is because their Theme Music Power-Up is more than just for cosmetic effect; it comes with stat buffs as long as the music lasts, and if another Theme plays before that, the effects stack until the song ends.
    • For his part, Elzam doesn't mind; after all, his theme song still overrides all others when he feels like it. And they're on the same Grand United Alliance, so it's all good.
  • Applies to all of them:
    • In their inventory, they carried Asterisks, artifacts that bestow unique powers to those who possess them. It is the source of all the party's Job Classes. They can also trap foes inside "asterisk space" with them to prevent their escape, though at the risk of losing their Asterisks to them should the party fall.
      • And that's why they decided to store those away to the Treasury.
    • Thanks to having possessed the Catmancer Asterisk, Tiz and Edea have the ability to speak to cats (at least those who can't already communicate with them).
  • Exclusive to Tiz:
  • Exclusive to Agnès:
  • Exclusive to Ringabel:
  • Exclusive to Edea:
    • Squall Leonhart was among the first to visit her, assuming that his Matron had arrived. Of course, it was quickly shown to not be the case, but if Cosmos saw the party worthy, he would evaluate them for himself.

  • The team has...issues with cute things that turn out to be evil. Long, spoileriffic story. Thus, they take special ire with Nui Harime. And don't get Edea started on Kyubey. She nearly gave herself a migraine trying to reconcile her Black and White Morality with his Well-Intentioned Extremist Blue and Orange Morality, and the fact they sound so much alike certainly doesn't help.
  • Nearly had a collective heart attack when they thought they heard the voice of Airy in the halls of the Pantheon. It turned out it was just Yui Hirasawa passing through. Then they learned the fairy had actually ascended without their knowledge. They were less than pleased with the news.
  • Ringabel spends a good amount of time in the house of Love, much to Edea's chagrin.

Reworks Of Deleted Profiles

Shiki Misaki, Goddess of Fashionistas (Stalker, Captain Sappy)
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Reworks Of Profiles That Will Have Additions

None so far.


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