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    All Might & Izuku Midoriya 
All Might & Izuki Midoriya, Co-Gods of Passing the Torch (All Might: The Number 1 Hero, The Symbol of Peace, Toshinori Yagi; Izuku Midoriya: Deku, The Absolute Madman)
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Izuku & All Might in his Hero Form
  • Theme Music: You Say Run
  • Rank: Greater God (All Might); Lesser God (Izuku)
  • Symbol: The One For All Quirk
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Not So Different, Passing the Torch, Super Strength, Empowered Badass Normal, Super Empowering, Determinator
  • Domains: Heroes, Power, Lineage
  • Heralds: The other students of Class 1-A and faculty of U.A. High School
  • Allies: Ochako Uraraka, Shouto Todoroki, Many superheroes (especially Superman, Captain America, Spider-Man, and Batman), The Joestars, Super Sentai, Aang, Korra, Naruto Uzumaki, Luffy
  • Enemies: Most of the House of Villains (especially Kurogiri and Enrico Pucci), Grahf, HYDRA, SHOCKER, Number 96: Black Mist
  • Although All Might still retains the scars that he sustained from battling the wielder of "All For One", he no longer has the time limit on "One For All" that the injury inflicted upon him in the mortal plane, and his strength was restored to its prime by the GUAG.
  • Izuku was ecstatic to see many of the superheroes that once existed in his world's comic books actually existed in the Pantheon, and All Might feels that Izuku will further grow as he interacts with the super-heroes of the Pantheon.
  • All Might often visits the House of Heroes to strike up conversation with Superman, a fellow Paragon of Justice in his world, as All Might is in his own. One can always know when he is about to arrive by listening for his catch-phrase: "Fear not! Why you ask? Cuz I'm here!"
  • He is rarely seen when he reverts to his true form, and anyone who does is generally shocked that he's even the same person - he changes from a towering, buff super-hero to a scrawny, shriveled up man with sunken eyes. This is due to having wasted away from after-effects of injuries done to fix his wound.
  • While normally always with a smile on his face, All Might does not smile whenever he thinks of Enrico Pucci or Grahf. These two individuals remind All Might too much of "All For One"'s wielder, as they use their powers to either empower villains, take the powers of others, or worse.
    • Enrico Pucci concerns All Might because of his Stand, Whitesnake, because he's worried whether or not it can steal powers other than Stands.
    • Grahf's ability to empower villains into new forms also reminds All Might of the artificially created Noumu and its creator, "All For One".
  • All Might is a firm believer in hard work, having trained Izuku until his body was strong enough to be able to handle the power of "One For All". This makes him appreciate the similar efforts that Naruto Uzumaki put forward to achieve his dreams.
  • Izuku is often daunted by the fact that he's standing alongside so many individuals who are great heroes and powerful indivdiuals in their own right, but he vows to continue working hard and honing "One For All" so he can one day become a great hero in his own right.
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    Bambi 
Bambi, God of Innocent Deer
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    NIGHTS 
NiGHTS, Avatar of Dreams
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    Waluigi 
Waluigi, God of Lanky Villains (Evil Luigi, Wa Luigi, the Twerkpocalypse)
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    Judge Joseph Dredd 
Judge Joseph Dredd, God of THE LAW (Judge, Jury, Executioner, Joe Dredd, Dead Man, The Exterminator, The Law)
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  • Theme Song: Anthrax's "I Am The Law!"
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Helmet and Badge
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral personified
  • Portfolio: Anti-Hero, Hanging Judge, Judge, Jury, and Executioner, Lantern Jaw of Justice, BEING… THE LAW!
  • Domains: Law, Judgment, Discipline
  • Enemies: The Dark Judges, Judge Doom, The ENTIRE House of Crime, The GUAL (What they're doing isn't the law, HE IS THE LAW!)
  • Conflicting Opinion towards: Lin Beifong
  • Mega City One is a futuristic dystopia overrun by crime and the only way to put criminals in their place is through "Judges", law enforcers who go after criminals and are among the only things that can keep whatever is left of the city on its legs. Joe Dredd is among the Judges and is very dedicated to his job despite how ruthless the organization's methods are. Nevertheless, Dredd has more than once shown that he has a moral core even with how bad things are in Mega City One and has helped out innocents more than once.
  • Was honored when he found how The Nostalgia Critic dressed up as him during an expedition to stop the Plot Hole. However, he still thinks the Critic's proposition of "LAW: The Musical" and his 'Judge Dredd Blow Dance' rather ridiculous.
  • No other god in the Pantheon adheres to his alignment as FIERCELY as Dredd. To him, The Law is absolute, and deviation from it punishable with no exceptions. Even fellow tough law-enforcers such as Chief Beifong can earn his ire for occasionally trying to handle matters "outside the law".
  • Despite his profession, he refuses to support the Grand United Alliance Of Law, seeing them as being no better than the Dark Judges in what they perceive as the law. Eiki Shiki convinced him to join the Magistrate Judges, though.

    Wallace and Gromit 
Wallace & Gromit, Gods of Rube Goldberg Devices and Homemade Inventions
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  • Demigods
  • Symbol: A slice of Wensleydale Cheese
  • Theme Song: Wallace & Gromit theme
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Machines, Invention
  • Allies: Steve?, Sackboy, Sam and Max, Nagisa Momoe
  • The good-hearted, if eccentric, cheese-lover Wallace and his silent, but loyal, dog Gromit go on a series of adventures and Wallace's inventions often play an important role in them. These inventions are often built with pretty cheap material, among them a rocket built inside their basement in order to go to the Moon and get some cheese there. Beyond that, many of Wallace's inventions tend to be extremely complicated variations of doing a simple task, such as getting out of bed and making breakfast as the wake-up process is happening. While Wallace is a skilled inventor, a good number of his products end up malfunctioning at some point, prompting Gromit to fix whatever mess is going on.
  • Made their way to the Pantheon after the gods followed a very strange device that somehow lead to the doors of the Pantheon opening up to them. Due to how it was built—and the time it took to make it, gave them their place in the House of Craft.
  • Wallace goes to the House of Food for cheese. In fact, his sheer mention of the type known as Wensleydale brought a whole surge of gods wanting to try it out.
  • Somehow is found in good company with gods like Lee Everett, Sam and Max, and all Homestar Runner characters since they've all had games starring them by Telltale Games. Many of the gods have commissioned Wallace and Gromit to make devices for them.
  • Wallace likes to sample different types of cheeses, his favorite one being Wensleydale. In fact, it's because of him that he saved the Wensleydale production from nearly going out of business. Also gets along with Nagisa Momoe because of her own love of cheese.
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    Star Dream 
Star Dream, Deity of Technologically Advanced Foes and/or Imported Alien Phlebotinum (Mother Computer, Access Ark, Star Dream Soul OS, Galactic NOVA)
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    Terraformars 
Terraformars, Unholy Collective of Creepy Cockroaches (Johj)
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A generic Terraformar
  • Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: A red sihoulette of a cockroach
  • Theme Song: Planet/The Hell
  • Allignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Evolution Power-Up, Knight of Cerebus, Genius Bruiser, Starfish Language, Unskilled, but Strong, Ax-Crazy, Lots of Soldiers to be Replaced in Case of Death
  • Domain: Cockroaches, Adaptation
  • Enemies: Every human member of the Pantheon; they have an instinctual hatred of humans
  • Earth has been suffering from overpopulation and to solve that problem, plans have been set in motion to terraform Mars and colonize it. A set of genetically engineered cockroaches were made to try and make the planet habitable for humans, but that would lead to something far more dangerous and unexpected for a crew capable of using abilities based on animals sent to scour the planet. Known as Terraformars, these cockroaches would prove to be just one of many problems a later team sent to Mars would encounter. Besides being powerful in their own right, they are able to understand each other via a strange language, possess intelligence on par with a human, and can even copy the animal-based abilities that the crew sent to eliminate them have.
  • Their ascension was immediately noticed when the 501st immediately reported a sudden roach infestation. A number of Gods came to their aid to help curb the sudden swarm of killer roaches, and managed to sequester them inside an isolated section of the Beast Pantheon where they first appeared.

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    Tatsuya Shiba 
Tatsuya Shiba, God of Decomposing (Lieutenant Ooguro Ryuuya, Tatsuya Stu, Japanese DragonProudSky, Mr. Silver, Mahesvara)
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    Miyuki Shiba 
Miyuki Shiba, Goddess of Attraction Towards Older Siblings (The Queen, Snow Queen, Blizzard Princess)
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  • Theme song: Miyuki
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her CAD along with her spell, Niflheim
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Porfolio: Big Brother Attraction and Worship, cooling magic, inferno magic, Little Sister Heroine, Badass Adorable, Raven Hair, Ivory Skin, Yamato Nadeshiko, Tranquil Fury
  • Domains: Siblings, Magic, Worship
  • Allies: Tatsuya Shiba (Her Onii-sama), Honoka Mitsui, Shizuku Kurogane, Queen Elsa, Jack Frost, Sub-Zero, Cygnus Hyoga, Kirito & Asuna, Coco Bandicoot
  • Enemies: Embryo, Sir Issac Ray Peram Westcott, SHOCKER, Kaldr & Lissandra, Azula, anyone that badmouths or gets too close to Tatsuya
  • Odd Friendship: Takeru Shiba
  • Wary of: Belarus, Mana Ouma
  • Uneasy relations: Stella Vermillion
  • In families, a sibling can look up to one another for inspiration and see each other as positive role models. Sometimes, it can grow into worship, and then something more. That's the case with Miyuki, who not only holds her brother in high regard, but there's a few things here and there that indicate she wants to be closer to him in more ways than one.
  • At one point, Miyuki got herself involved in a battle against an entity known as Zetsumu. While she was a participant in it and Tatsuya was there for support initially, she decided to provide some aid as well when Tatsuya became a proper participant in the battles.
  • As someone who is adept at ice powers, Miyuki has found gotten along with other good-aligned deities who utilize that element. In particular, she has a strong friendship with Queen Elsa, as the two of them have "Snow Queen" as one of their aliases, not to mention having an effective bond between their respective siblings.
    • On the other hand, she doesn't like villainous ice users such as Kaldr & Lissandra at all. The fact that Miyuki can freeze up her surroundings if she gets too emotional is something that hasn't gone unnoticed by the evil ice practitioners, with Lissandra in particular being intrigued at that fact.
  • Stella Vermillion has had a difficult time trying to be friendly towards Miyuki, even though Miyuki doesn't have much of an issue with her. Aside from the fact that Stella and Miyuki mainly use opposing elements (though Miyuki does use fire magic on occassion), Miyuki reminds her a little too much of Shizuku, her boyfriend's little sister who is able to cast ice magic like Miyuki does and is also attracted to her older brother.
  • Even though she has quite a relationship with her brother, Miyuki is rather cautious of Mana Ouma due to what the latter would potentially do to try and get close with Shu. Although Mana has been trying to be less willing to cause chaos, Miyuki is still wary of her regardless.
  • Like Tatsuya, she has taken issue with SHOCKER trying to cause widespread terrorism and has been working with him to put a stop to their plans. Given how harming one Shiba will incur the wrath of the other (especially if Miyuki is the one at risk), SHOCKER opted to find a way to swiftly defeat the Shibas simultaneously.
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    The Fabrication Machine 
Binary Reaction Artificially Intelligent Neurocircuit, Robotic Deity of Soulless Monsters (B.R.A.I.N, The Fabrication Machine, The Machine, Mrs. Fab, Fabby)
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    Lupin Criminal Empire 
Lupin Criminal Empiremembers , Celestial Caper Crew
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Goemon, Jigen, Fujiko, Lupin
  • Theme Music: One version of the Lupin III theme
  • Intermediate Deities as a group; Lesser Deities individually
  • Symbol: A bullet
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (with a few moments of Chaotic Good if possible)
  • Portfolio: Badass Caper Crew, Anti-Hero/Anti-Villain
  • Domains: Crime, Plans, Teams
  • High Priests: Danny Ocean and his crew
  • Allies: Arsene Lupin, Phantom Thieves of Heart
  • Rivals: Kaito Kuroba
  • Opposed by: The House of Justice
  • Special Relations: Inspector Zenigata, Conan Edogawa, Leonardo da Vinci
  • What does a skilled womanizing thief, a loyal snarky gunslinger, a stoic Japanese swordsman, and a beautiful but potentially traitorous woman all have in common? They're all part of a criminal organization (even if it looks like they're just the only members of the Lupin Criminal Empire) dedicated to stealing whatever is on their mind. More specifically, Lupin plans out the heists and does the stealing, Jigen and/or Goemon take out any threats that may stand in the group's way (with Jigen also doing the group's getaways), and Fujiko provides the distraction so that the group can get closer to their desired item (backstabbing courtesy of her may or may not be included), though she does have her own heists that may or may not be connected to Lupin's current scheme.
  • Not only have there been conflicting reports on the members' own pasts prior to meeting each other, but there has also been a handful of differing ideas on how exactly the group was formed. There was that one time where Jigen was interviewed by a reporter about how Lupin gang came to be, but even then what the reporter got from Jigen is probably not the true story behind the founding of the Lupin Organization.
  • The group, Lupin himself in particular, have actually known Conan Edogawa a bit due to them having crossed paths a couple of times. The first involved a princess about to be a leader of her country and the second involved a jewel known as the Cherry Sapphire. Encounters between Lupin and Edogawa tend to get interesting thanks to their skills in their respective fields, but if a greater problem arises that manages to get the two involved, then they're willing to work together to figure out what's behind it.
  • While they were visiting Italy, the crew managed to get involved in a scheme by a clone of Leonardo da Vinci that involved incorporating his mind into that of those present in the region due to the clone reaching the end of his lifespan. Lupin put a stop to that plan. When it came to the actual da Vinci in the Pantheon, the crew, Lupin himself in particular, are on slightly reasonable terms with da Vinci, mostly due to the latter's disapproval of what the clone was trying to do.
  • As the leader of the group, Lupin III is apparently the grandson of famed thief Arsene Lupin the First. Lupin III is the one that plans out the heists that his group makes and has is able to get out of trouble, be it through disguising as someone else, help from one of his members, or just luck. He's also got a thing for ladies and usually flirts with them whenever he can, though he will help them if they have a serious issue to deal with. Generally speaking, Lupin will go after treasures and girls, but will come to someone's aid if necessary.
    • He has a collection of different-colored jackets over the course of his escapades. If he is wearing a darker outfit, chances are that he is dealing with something much darker than his typical exploits.
    • One time, Lupin disguised himself as Kaito Kid in order to perform a heist. Naturally, Conan Edogawa figured out the discrepancies between Lupin's "Kid" and the real Kid during the chase. Some time after, Kaito got back at Lupin by stealing an object before the latter was able to get to it. Nowadays, the two have competitions on who can do the heists better (and Kaito is very much aware of Lupin's associates).
  • Daisuke Jigen can be considered the most consistent member of Lupin's entourage and has been following the thief for quite some time. Jigen is the snarky and cool-headed foil to Lupin's more outgoing personality and Jigen is skilled with a plethora of firearms (though his default gun is a revolver) and has a 0.3 second quick-draw.
  • Goemon Ishikawa XIII is one of the more unorthodox members of the team, being a samurai and showing very little emotion compared to the others. He is the other member of the team that has a combat-oriented skill, only a sword is involved instead of guns. Goemon's sword is capable of cutting down a lot of things (or worthless objects as he tends to put it), though there have been a few exceptions.
  • Fujiko Mine is every bit as attractive as she is unpredictable. If Lupin isn't trying to steal things or other girls, then he's trying to steal her heart, but Fujiko has rebuffed his advances many times over. Whenever she's in action, her role is to be the sexy distraction towards guards so that Lupin can get closer to the treasure that he is seeking at the moment. Sometimes, Fujiko might go against the team when they least expect it and other times, she has her own work to take part of.

    Muppets 
The Muppetsmajor members 
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Fozzie, Kermit, Piggy, Gonzo
  • Demideities
  • Symbol: Kermit's face
  • Theme Music: The Muppet Show Theme Song; The Rainbow Connection (especially for Kermit)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good/Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Entertainment, Variety
  • Heralds: Scooter, Rowlf the Dog, Sam the Eagle, Dr. Bunsen Honeydew & Beaker, The Swedish Chef, Rizzo the Rat, Robin the Frog, Pepe the King Prawn, Walter, and several other Muppets
  • Allies: Mickey Mouse, The Storyteller, Emmet & Ma Otter, Jareth
  • Enemies: Napoleon (mostly regarding Kermit & Piggy)
  • Wary of: Norma Desmond
  • Additional Relations: Statler & Waldorf
  • They have a variety show set in a theater and have made additional ventures such as a television station to showcase different onstage and offstage shenanigans. They have provided their own spin on classic pieces of literature on different occasions. They have celebrated the holidays numerous times in different ways, including having their own spin on beloved holiday classics. They are a variety of different creatures and vaguely human things, with their most prominent members being a frog, a bear, a pig, and something that may or may not be an alien. They have had their own adventures together when they were just babies. They are known as...the Muppets, some sort of puppet-marionette hybrid created by a man named Jim Henson with a focus on comedy and general mayhem in different venues.
  • Despite a hefty number of Muppets present, only the main quartet of Kermit, Fozzie, Miss Piggy, and Gonzo primarily represent the group, with most of the others simply sticking around in the group's temple, which is reported to change on a whim. Sometimes it's a vacation house and other times, its a hotel room with a faulty bed.
  • Whenever the holidays roll around, the Muppets are known to have held a number of special performances and works related to such. In addition to holiday spectacles featuring different musicians (with Lady Gaga being involved with one of them), the Muppets have also provided their own takes on A Chirstmas Carol and It's a Wonderful Life.
  • There are a number of actors and famous people in the Pantheon that have caught the attention of the Muppets to varying levels. Seeing as how the Muppets have gotten to work with a number of celebrities in various projects, they have considered getting some of these Pantheonic celebrities involved in thier productions. Despite this, Norma Desmond is an actress that the Muppets have a number of concerns about despite her talents. It didn't help that Norma and Miss Piggy got into a heated argument over who was more talented.
  • Kermit is the leader of the Muppets and the one that often has to put up with a lot of the shenanigans that result from the group. Even with all the chaos and commotion that occurs on a regular basis alongside the fact that there's a limit to Kermit's temper, the group can't exist without him.
    • Whenever Joel Johansson imitates his dad's voice when streaming, the voice sounds very much like that of Kermit's. The frog found out about this and doesn't have too many issues with Joel for the most part. Kermit does find it weird that in addition to the "Kermit impression", there are a number of images of himself during some of Joel's streams that get used in very bizarre contexts.
  • Fozzie is Kermit's best friend and opposite in a lot of aspects. He provides plenty of jokes and puns in his stand-up material that often get ridiculed by Statler & Waldorf. Although his talent leaves a lot to be desired, his personality is quite approachable.
    • He made fast friends with fellow friendly bears Winnie the Pooh and Teddie and often holds conversations with them. Fozzie sometimes lets Teddie join him in his stand-up routines, providing additional puns to go with Fozzie's own. A lot more groan-induced facepalms and ridicule occur with the two than when Fozzie is performing alone.
  • Miss Piggy has had a very on-again-off-again type relationship with Kermit over the years. While not that bad of a pig overall, she is really eager to be in the spotlight whenever possible and has thrown fits of rage via karate chop when set off.
  • As his name would suggest, Gonzo has a crazy personality amongst the main four Muppets, performing plenty of dangerous stunts and other random acts of entertainment. It's hard to pinpoint what Gonzo's species is, though it's been argued that he's an alien.
    • Gonzo has done some additional work as telling certain stories alongside Rizzo the Rat, with one of the stories being the aforementioned version of A Christmas Carol. While the main four Muppets get along with The Storyteller in general, it seems that Gonzo has made a decent number of visits to him, with Kermit sometimes accompanying Gonzo.

    00-Cyborgs 
00-Cyborgsmembers , Divine Secret Project Refugee Family
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Left to right: 008, 007, 001 (above), 003, 009, 004, 005, 006 (in front of the previous two), 002

    Class 77-B 
Class 77-Bmembers , Collective of Pronounced Comebacks After Trouble (Nagito: ; Imposter: ; Gundham: ; Kazuichi: ;Teruteru: ; Nekomaru: ; Fuyuhiko: ; Akane: ; Sonia: ; Hiyoko: ; Mahiru: ; Mikan: ; Peko: ; Ibuki: )
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Above Hajizuru going from top of picture to his head (left to right): Nekomaru, Peko, Imposter, Kazuichi, Fuyuhiko, Gundham, Ibuki, Akane, Nagito, Sonia; Left side of Hajizuru from top of head to legs: Hiyoko, Mahiru, Mikan; Right side of Hajizuru (not counting Ryota Mitarai): Teruteru
  • Demideities
  • Symbol: The Hope's Peak Academy emblem
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good collectively (individually, they lean towards either Neutral Good, Chaotic Good, or Chaotic Neutral with some Good leanings depending on their personality); Chaotic Evil as Remnants of Despair
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Students, Talents
  • Allies: Hajizuru
  • Enemies: Junko Enoshima, Tsumugi Shirogane, SHOCKER, Jervis Tetch, Yuri
  • Special Relations: Chiaki Nanami, Monomi
  • A young man with a weird streak of luckiness, an overweight disguise expert, a hammy animal lover, an eccentric mechanic, a sex-obsessed chef, a boisterous athelete, a temperamental young gangster, an atheletic food-obsessed girl, a princess from another country, a bratty Japanese dancer, a level-headed photographer, a meek medic, a straight-laced swordswoman, and an energetic metal musician might make for a really strange selection of students, but that's Class 77-B of Hope's Peak Academy in a nutshell. Life for them was relatively normal until Junko Enoshima entered the school and caused chaos, culminating with the group becoming Ultimate Despair after watching their friend Chiaki Nanami brutally die. It took the efforts of Izuru Kamakura, driven by Nanami's death, to make an elaborate virtual reality set-up to see if hope overcomes despair and all the members of Ultimate Despair were involved with it. It all worked out despite some complications and 77-B, with the help of Hajime Hinata (now with Izuru's talents), they were able to head to Future Foundation headquarters to prevent further disaster (and make up for what happened as Ultimate Despair in 77-B's case) and in the end, headed off to a secluded island to live in peace.
  • They all find Tsumugi Shirogane, who has picked up quite a bit of despair-loving quirks from Enoshima, to be just as bad, if not worse, than Enoshima. It's one thing that all of 77-B got brainwashed after watching a close friend die, but it's another thing entirely to not just make a reality show competition out of killing others, but to completely mindwipe the unlucky participants involved of their original memories before the game even starts and psychologically torment them further at the very end.
  • Being brainwashed into committing large-scale disasters is something the group really regrets. They were quite furious when they found out that Junko Enoshima had ties to SHOCKER, an organization willing to brainwash others after kidnapping them through force and how that organization can cause potentially greater damage than what Enoshima could accomplish. This isn't even getting to the fact that there's a number of other deities capable of brainwashing others without SHOCKER's involvement such as Jervis Tetch.

    Chirin 
Chirin, God of Failed Redemptions
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Chirin as a lamb
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His bell
  • Theme Music: Chirin no Suzu
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Used to Be a Sweet Kid, Meaningful Name
  • Domains: Growth, Emotion
  • Once upon a time, there was a little lamb named Chirin. Life was peaceful for him until a wolf attacked his home and his mother died protecting him. Consumed by grief and revenge, Chirin set out to confront the wolf, but the wolf didn't take him seriously at first. Eventually, the wolf trained Chirin to become as vicious as him and as an adult, Chirin has grown to become a fearsome ram going about killing other animals with the wolf. Chirin and the wolf returned to the farm and after hesitating, the two end up fighting each other, culminating in Chirin killing the wolf. Unfortunately, the sheep are to terrified to believe that the very same ram was Chirin, prompting them to shut the door on him trying to be accepted back into the farm. With no one left to turn to, Chirin was left to wander alone on the mountains, living (and most likely dying) unhappily ever after.

    Dr. Teeth & The Electric Mayhem 
Dr. Teeth & The Electric Mayhem, Divine Fictional Band
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Left to Right: Sgt. Floyd Pepper, Dr. Teeth, Zoot, Animal (behind Zoot), Janice, Lips
  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: The Electric Mayhem bus
  • Theme Music: Can You Picture That?
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (particularly Chaotic in Animal's case)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Music, Travel
  • High Priests: The Banana Splits
  • Followers: BECK, The Neptunes
  • Allies: The Muppets, Epic Sax Guy (especially for Zoot)
  • Opposes: Evil musicians
  • A five (sometimes six) person band that serves as the de facto musicians for the Muppets with Dr. Teeth playing keyboard, Sgt. Floyd Pepper on bass, Janice on guitar, Zoot on saxophone, and Animal playing drums, with Lips sometimes joining them on trumpet. They prefer playing rock music, but sometimes do other genres occasionally (though they're not really big on classical music) and travel around in a colorful bus.
  • Looking for some more musical talent, the Pantheon arranged a Battle of the Bands where bands not yet involved with the Pantheon could compete for glory and a bit of money. As one would expect from a talent competition like that, a number of bands participated, with the selection ranging from "pretty good" to "ear-piercing bad". It eventually came down to a few bands and a prize money of $333 on the line. All the bands put up a good performance, but at the end, everyone present was told that the prize money got stolen, meaning that the winner would get something else entirely. The final votes for the "Final Four" had a very close tally, but it was Dr. Teeth and the Electric Mayhem that came out on top, with them getting a spot in the Pantheon. The band were nice enough to let the other contestants of the "Final Four" stick around with supporting roles related to The Electric Mayhem's title.
  • While they see the House of Music as something of an unofficial home for them and has unsurprisingly done some concerts there, the band has often traveled across the Pantheon in their bus for various performances. One of their frequent spots is the House of Theater, where they provide some music during intermissions for performances related to the Muppets.
  • Animal can be considered the most recognizable member of the group and his wild attitude probably has something to do with it. He often goes around independent of the band and sometimes hangs around with the main four Muppets. Given how crazy and hungry he is, he needs to be chained down by others when he starts wrecking the scenery around him.
  • Kermit decided to introduce the group to another band of Muppet musicians. The band was surprised to learn that the musicians in question, Emmet & Ma Otter were a jug-band making music out of ordinary tools. The otters initially saw The Electric Mayhem as a bad that's on the more intense side akin to The Riverbottom Nightmare Band before Kermit assured the otters that The Electric Mayhem are much more good-hearted overall. The two groups of Muppet musicians being on good terms with each other was also helped by the fact that The Electric Mayhem has done a bit of holiday music as well, though they've focused more on faster-paced Christmas songs compared the otters' more calmer compositions.
  • One musician who has done collaborations with the band in the Pantheon is Epic Sax Guy. One of their first collaborations together was a cover of Run Away. Of the band members, Zoot seems to like Epic Sax Guy the most and it's not hard to see why.
  • While the band is open with working alongside of musicians, they've made it very clear that they want no involvement whatsoever with any musician who uses their work to actively try to murder others. What annoys the band even more is that those malicious musicians have even tried to attack other benevolent musicians and that includes trying to attack the van that The Electric Mayhem uses while the band is in it. Since the group can't really do anything against their aggressors, the most they can do is rely on other heroic musicians to thwart those villains.

    Akira Fudou/Devilman 
Akira Fudou, Representative of Guys with Mascara (Devilman, DEBIRU-Man, Violence Jack)
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Devilman on the top; Akira at the bottom

    Feebles 
The FeeblesNotable Members , Representatives of Works Mistaken for Parodies
  • Quasideities
  • Symbol: A neon display that reads Meet the Feebles
  • Alignment: True Neutral (Heidi, Harry); Neutral Evil (Bletch, Trevor); Neutral Good (Robert, Lucille)
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains: Showbiz, Calamity
  • Awkward Relations: The Muppets, Conker the Squirrel
  • Meet the Feebles. They're not your average, ordinary people...and they're definitely not your average, ordinary puppet-like characters. More specifically, they're in charge of a family-friendly variety show, but their actions are definitely the opposite of family-friendly. Singing a song about sodomy and going on a shooting spree with a machine-gun are just some of the very adult actions two of those Feebles done. Despite them coming off as a Muppet parody, Peter Jackson, who created these characters, has stated that it's not the case and that they're more of a satire on human behavior.
  • Kermit the Frog has extremely mixed opinions on the Feebles overall to say the least. Hearing what Heidi had to go through and what she did on-stage when she was at breaking point frightened the frog a bit, seeing it as what could happen if Miss Piggy became less sane. He was a bit thankful that Heidi is trying to recover. In contrast, Kermit is disappointed to hear about the ordeal of another frog in Wynyard and how unlikely it'll be for that frog will ever recover. Kermit simply can't agree with Bletch's corrupt activities whenever the walrus isn't involved with the Feebles' onstage activity and thinks that Trevor is even worse when it comes to actions. Sebastian is someone that Kermit is annoyed with due to selfishness and singing a very inappropriate song in front of an audience (the latter even Bletch thought was off-putting). About the only Feebles that Kermit is willing to talk to is Robert and Lucille and even then, it's not often as a result of Kermit being busy among other things. The other Muppets would rather not talk to or about the Feebles much, if at all.

    Lemres 
Lemres, God of Sweets-Savvy Smarties
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His comet insignia
  • Theme Music: Rising Comet
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Weird but Talented, Peek-a-Bangs, Eyes Always Shut, Nice Guy
  • Domains: Magic, Eccentricity
  • Herald: Feli
  • Allies: Stocking Anarchy, Kero
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis: Oren Pierre Alfonzo
  • Lemres is a skilled and smart magic student hailing from a town some distance from Primp Town. Although not directly from Primp, he's every bit as eccentric as the denizens there. He also really likes sweets to the point where he has to rely on these treats in order to use his magic powers. If he doesn't for a prolonged period of time, he starts to act a little crazy.
  • He quickly got along with other deities that like sweets such as Stocking Anarchy and Kero. Him being able to conjure up candy easily factored into the fast friendship and Lemres found the magic that Kero uses interesting.

    Shere Khan 
Shere Khan, God of Being Stronger in Adaptations (Lungri, The Lame One, The Burned Beast)
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"Disneyfied" Shere Khan
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: His crippled hind leg or his scarred eye
  • Theme Music: Shere Khan Attacks/Stampede; Shere Khan's War Theme; Shere Khan and the Fire
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil bordering on Chaotic Evil (a dark shade of Lawful Neutral as a businessman)
  • Portfolio: Cats Are Mean, Meaningful Name, A True Threat to The Jungle
  • Domains: Tigers, Viciousness
  • Allies: Scar, Koba
  • Enemies: Mowgli, Baloo & Bagheera, Tigress, Tigger, Incineroar, Simba, Mufasa
  • Very Mixed Relations: Kaa
  • Of the various denizens of the jungle that Mowgli has encountered, Shere Khan has been consistently a threat to the man-cub and his friends. In the original Jungle Book, Shere Khan had a crippled leg and was given a derisive nickname by others because of it. When Walt Disney adapted the book to an animated film, Shere Khan's limp leg was no more. Well after that had been released, subsequent works released by Walt's company made the tiger more of a threat than before. One of these later works included making Shere Khan the ruthless and cunning head of a company during the time Baloo was a pilot. When Disney's company decided it was time for The Jungle Book to get another shot at film, Shere Khan became far more violent and dangerous than his animated counterparts could ever be.

    Tanya von Degurechaff 
Tanya von Degurechaff, Representative of Reincarnations in Alternate Worlds (Argent, Devil of the Rhine, Loli Hitler, Vampire Loli, Killer Loli)
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  • Intermediate Rank
  • Symbol: The Imperial Army emblem
  • Theme Music: Young Girl's War
  • Alignment: Somewhere between Neutral Evil and a dark shade of Lawful Neutral
  • Portfolio: Villain Protagonist/Nominal Hero, The Dreaded, Military Mage, Narcissist, Face of an Angel, Mind of a Demon, Mask of Sanity, Pint-Sized Powerhouse, Idiot Hair, Flat-Earth Atheist, Moral Sociopathy, Super-Skilled Soldier
  • Domains: Reincarnation, Ruthlessness
  • Heralds: Viktoriya Serebryakov, 203rd Mage Batillion
  • Allies: Gertrude
  • Enemies: Any Jerkass God
  • Once there was a cold, ruthless Japanese HR manager who valued efficiency above all else. His life ended when a disgruntled employee he fired pushed him onto an oncoming train. Moments before his death, he heard the voice of a divine being, who he personally referred to as "Being X". Since he had no religious inclination whatsoever, Being X punished him by reincarnating him as a little girl in a magical war-torn reality. Now known as Tanya von Degurechaff, the little girl soldier with the mind of a ruthless modern-day office worker now leads a platoon of troops by applying much of her skillset from her previous life onto her new hellish one. As a result of a high latent magic ability, she has the Elenium Type-95, a device that enhances her current skills, but requires a prayer, much to her anger. More than anything, Tanya is determined to survive her new life at war and spite Being X whenever possible.
  • Tanya woke up in an unfamiliar place one day, unsure of what had happened beforehand. At first, she thought she and her squadron botched a mission and that they had to be put under medical care. As it turned out, Degurechaff and her teammates ended up wherever they were as a result of higher-up powers. It became clear that Tanya's sanity was taking a hit (though since she was talking to others and not in battle, she wasn't exactly showing her loss of sanity during that time) as she asked what that place was. The people she was talking to explained that the place was called a "Pantheon", where anyone can be designated as a "god" based on whatever aspect they have. Tanya was also told that the place can just be considered a world where life goes on with additional changes for others that find themselves there. Although Tanya didn't snap in front of whoever was talking to her, it became apparent that she didn't like what was happening to her.
    • After getting her "composure" back together, Tanya went to an empty church somewhere in the Pantheon and screamed in anger near the statue of a religious figure. She believed that it was Being X who sent her to the Pantheon as a means to get her to worship him. She continued to curse Being X out, declaring that no matter what happens, even in a place where everyone is a "god" in some weird way, she would never worship it in any way whatsoever. To that end, she's among the handful of Pantheonic denizens that doesn't want to be worshipped as a deity (let alone be acknowledged as such), but rather be simply seen as a regular person.

    Koichi Zenigata 
Inspector Koichi Zenigata, God of Outwitted Cops (Tott-San, Keibu, Old Fart, Pops)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A pair of handcuffs over an Interpol badge
  • Alignment: Lawful Good (has Neutral tendencies, though)
  • Portfolio: Honest and Dedicated Enforcement of The Law, Being Underestimated, Always Falling Short of THAT Guy, Hot Pursuit, NEVER Giving Up
  • Domains: Justice, Determination
  • High Priest: Ginzo Nakamori
  • Allies: Captain America, Phoenix Wright, Jack McCoy, Carmelita Fox
  • Enemies: The corrupt members of the House of Justice
  • Special Relations: Lupin III and his crew
  • ICPO agent Koichi Zenigata has always pursued Lupin III and his entourage whenever that group is about to make a heist of some sort. If there's one thing that Zenigata has consistently failed at, it's catching Lupin III and even if that thief is captured, making sure that Lupin stays behind bars is a challenge in and of itself. Nevertheless, Zenigata is very much determined in getting his goals achieved no matter what happens.
  • The House of Justice found a note written by Lupin III that said that he is planning yet another heist. At around the time the note was being looked over, a man by the name of Kochi Zenigata introduced himself and explained that he knows quite a bit on Lupin III and his crew. The House gave him the benefit of the doubt and decided to let him be a part of stopping whatever it is Lupin had planned. Unsurprisingly, Lupin was able to get away, though Zenigata was able to put in quite an effort in at least slowing the thief down. The House of Justice agreed to let Zenigata be a part of the law enforcement due to his determination and capabilities despite not always succeeding in getting Lupin III.
  • Zenigata is honest in the most ideal definition of the term: he is not a cop to enforce the law, he's a cop to enforce the ideal of Justice. As such, he's willing to let a lesser crime slide if it means dealing with a much more serious one. This attitude irks Inspector Javert, and Zenigata is not impressed by Javert's blind pursuit of the law without putting justice first. However, since both work as law-enforcement agents, they have a professional-yet-strained working relationship.
  • Every Lawful God in the pantheon (with the exception of the Evil ones, or Javert) has nothing but respect for Zenigata, and any time the House Of Justice needs an investigation conducted, he's the first choice for said task. They also give him lots of leeway for attempting to catch Lupin, since even if he never catches him, the amount of criminals he DOES catch while pursuing Lupin is mindblowing.
  • He was in for quite a surprise during one of his pursuits against Lupin III, or at least Zenigata thought it was his main target that he was pursuing. After seemingly able to capture him, it turned out that "Lupin III" was a disguise by...the original Arsene Lupin. Not long after, Arsene was able to escape Zenigata, much to the latter's frustration. After the encounter, Zenigata took a look at the original Arsene's endeavors and subsequently saw him as someone who is on par with Lupin III in terms of thievery.

    Robert E.O. Speedwagon 
Robert E.O. Speedwagon, God of Team Benefactors
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    Guy Montag 
Guy Montag, God of Rebelling Against Dystopian Superiors
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol:
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good (formerly Lawful Evil)
  • Portfolio: Heel Realization
  • Domains: Literature, Rebellion
  • Allies: Wishbone, The Storyteller
  • Enemies: Beatty, Big Brother
  • In the future, the government has imposed restrictions on what is considered acceptable for society and burning books is a regular job for firemen. Guy Montag is among those firemen and has done that job for about a decade until meeting a woman named Clarisse McClellan. Following that meeting, Montag finds a book after a botched house burning, becomes fascinated with the concept of literature, and soon finds himself opposing the group of firemen and his superior that he once worked for.

    Captain Beatty 
Captain Beatty, God of Book Burning
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol:
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Portfolio: Culture Police
  • Domains: Censorship, Government
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Guy Montag, Shogo Makishima, Wishbone
  • Captain Beatty is Guy Montag's superior and one of several firemen involved with book burning. In order to combat what is perceived as poisonous thoughts, the government has decided to limit most media to mindless entertainment such as interactive television and nearly all kinds of books are to be burned due to being seen as a source of dissent. Ironically despite his job, Beatty does own a collection of books, but he has never read through any of what he owns. He still sees his job as a necessity to ensure the peace of mind of others, even if some people don't agree with it.

    Master Oogway 
Master Oogway, God of Wise Old Turtles
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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His staff
  • Theme Music: Oogway Ascends; Oogway's Legacy
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Ascend to a Higher Plane of Existence, Precursor Hero, Old Master, Small Role, Big Impact, Martial Pacifist, Simple Staff, Trickster Mentor, Cool Old Guy, Wise and Powerful Tortoise
  • Domains: Tortoises, Pacifism, Wisdom
  • Allies: Po, Furious Five, TMNT, Chen & Li Li Stormstout, Panda King, Yoda
  • Enemies: Tai Lung, The Shredder
  • A kung-fu master who has lived for over a century, Master Oogway is a turtle who is incredibly skilled at kung-fu, being the one who invented it as a form of self-defense in Po's world in addition to having plenty of wisdom. He was Shifu's mentor and the one who chose Po to become the Dragon Warrior, eventually paving the way for the panda to become skilled at kung-fu. Oogway also easily defeated Tai Lung before the latter became imprisoned and once Tai Lung broke out, Oogway knew that it was time for Po to become the Dragon Warrior and after ensuring that Shifu would help Po become the Dragon Warrior, Oogway disappeared into the heavens, his time having apparently come to an end and to avoid easily defeating Tai Lung again.
  • Rumors have been going around the Pantheon involving sightings of a old tortoise who is also a kung-fu master. Po knew what those rumors were talking about and after searching for a while, suspected where that tortoise was and decided to use the Wuxi Finger Hold on himself to get to the truth. Po ended up in the Spirit Realm and a short time later, he encountered Master Oogway again. Oogway had a feeling that such a meeting between would occur again and Po decided to tell Oogway about the Pantheon and what has happened in the time he was there. Oogway is aware that not only has Po continued to improve himself since their last meeting, but that there are many challenges to be confronted in the Pantheon, including ones much greater than what Po has done in the past. When Po asked if Oogway would get himself involved in the Pantheon's greater challenges, the tortoise only gave out a light smile, suggesting that there's a lot out there and that there are no accidents when it comes to Pantheonic events.
  • With his skills in close combat, along with a weapon to use, a number of deities find Oogway to be similar to the Ninja Turtles in terms of expertise in combat, but with wisdom and skill similar, and possibly greater than that of their mentor Splinter. The Ninja Turtles are impressed with what Oogway is capable of, though they haven't seem him frequently since he is usually somewhere else most of the time.
  • Many have compared him to Yoda, being an old, green, eccentric, and effective mentor to someone learning a skill needed to combat a dangerous threat and disappeared when his time came to an end so that the trainee could continue to grow as a character. Both are aware of the similarities and have become friendly with each other because of it. Oogway is also highly fascinated with what The Force is based on conversations he's had with Yoda.
  • Yesterday is history, tomorrow is a mystery, but today is a gift. That is why it is called the present.

    Chito & Yuuri 
Chito and Yuuri, Goddesses of Comfort In The Apocalypse
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Left: Chito; Right: Yuuri

    Hiccup & Toothless 
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III and Toothless, Gods of Forbidden Friendship (Toothless: Night Fury, Unholy Offspring of Lightning and Death; Hiccup: Chief of the Hooligan Tribe, Hiccup the Useless, Dragon Conqueror, Dragon Trainer)
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Hiccup and Toothless
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: A chalk sketch of the two
  • Theme Music: Forbidden Friendship; We Go Where No One Goes
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio:
  • Domain: Beast, Leadership, Technology
  • Worships: Thor, Odin
  • Allies: Gentaro Kisaragi, Godzilla, The Doctor, Rapunzel, Merida, Jack Frost, Percy Jackson, Lost Vikings, Rook, Alette, Zuko, Tenzin, Shinji Ikari, Ash Ketchum, Pikachu
  • Enemies: Deathwing, King Ghidorah, Grima, Ornstein and Smough, Mordremoth, Acnologia, J, Alduin
  • Opposes/Conflicting Opinion: Any dragon hunters
  • Odd Friendship: The Nameless King
  • Vikings and dragons were once locked in an eternal struggle of battle until one viking, Hiccup, took the crazy step of training and befriending one dragon, a Night Fury he named "Toothless". While a hard struggle at first, they were able to prevail an usher in a new age for both vikings and dragons.
  • As an avid inventor, Hiccup is a frequent caller in the House of Craft, often to fit Toothless with new saddle additions.
  • They also love visiting the House of Beasts, discovering other dragon species, though they have yet to find another Night Fury. Hiccup was amaze that many of the dragons were able to sora in human language. And even more amaze that some were like the fabled Lycanwing. Hiccup has catalogued many of the new dragons in his book
  • Both of them are great advocates for crippled heroes due to their missing foot and tail-fin respectively, and are aware of how rare they are.
  • The pair are almost never seen apart, whether they’re flying, working or simply being together. It's often illadvised to ever seperate the two has they will fight tooth and nail to be reunited.
  • One of the very few to have a great understanding on the ordeals the Nameless King might of went through in the past. Hiccup, like the King, was part of a warrior race who battled with dragons. He would then befriend one of the dragons and have a bond that's inseparable. But maybe the most inportant connection between the two is the fact they they oppose their father. Though, everything turned alright with Hiccup and reconciled with his father. The Nameless King and Gwyn? Not so much.
  • While a Hiccup is willing to try to tame the most dangerous dragons, he knows that certain dragons are un-rideable. He also learned that dragons can be utterly vicious like the Red Death and can never be tamed.
  • Both Hiccup and Toothless and the other Hooligan Dragon a Riders had plenty of run ins with Dragon Hunters in his world who tried to exploit the many dragons there. Because of this, he has a hard relationship with many of the Dragon Slayers here. Though, they do understand that some aren't evil and any slaying of dragons was a neccassery action.
  • There was an attempt by some healers to regrow Toothless' missing tail fin so he be able to fly on his own. However, any attempts on that was met with a not so toothless growl from the Night Fury. The dragon is very content on riding with Hiccup.
  • Toothless has been spending certain days with the King of Monsters, Godzilla. Might be because Toothless ended up being the leader of the dragons and gaining an appearance that was very similiar to the Kaiju God.
  • Learned the backstory of Acnologia in that he was once a human dragon slayer who killed dragons in an act of revenge to his village. This cause Hiccup to compare him to Drago Bludvist who had a similar background and who became a monster.

    Mumen Rider 
Mumen Rider, Divine Non-Powered Costumed Hero (Rider, License-less Rider, Cyclist for Justice)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His bike helmet and goggles
  • Theme Music: Justice Rider
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Determined Defeatist, Nice Guy, Chronic Hero Syndrome, Badass Normal, Heroic Resolve and Willpower, Humble Hero, Surviving what would Normally be Lethal, Arbitrarily Wearing Goggles, keeping all the other heroes in line
  • Domains: Heroism, Justice, Bicycles
  • Allies: Saitama, Genos, Fubuki, Tatsumaki, most gods in the GUAG Super Hero Division, most superheroes in general, most Kamen Riders
  • Enemies: Sea King, Boros, every villlain in the Pantheon and those who mock the ideals of heroes
  • The Hero Association has many powerful superheroes working for it, including a bald guy wearing a cape that can kill nearly everything in one punch. Mumen Rider is a member of the Hero Association, but unlike the other members of the group, he has no superpowers to speak of. Instead, he is just a regular guy in a costume who rides around on a bike and goes up against villains big and small. He doesn't have any combat ability at all, so these encounters always end with him getting thrashed by the villains. Despite all this, he's able to survive and his honest dedication and determination to keep innocents alive has earned him plenty of respect from others, including Saitama.
  • A young man wearing a cheap-looking costume riding a bicycle showed up in the Pantheon one day and although it wasn't too out of the ordinary at first, what followed later got the attention of some Pantheon denizens. When some criminal was threatening a civilian, the young man went up to the criminal and prepared to stop him, only to get beaten around easily. At the very least, the person who was attacked by the criminal earlier managed to get away and a few other instances playing out similarly were reported in the Pantheon. This got to a point, where Mumen Rider later attempted to stop Cyborg Superman from causing widespread damage across the Pantheon, only to get beaten mercilessly and sustaining heavy injuries. The real Superman arrived just in time to fend off Cyborg Superman and take Mumen Rider to safety. Even after learning Mumen had no real combat prowress whatsoever, Superman admired his determination and resolve to keep innocents safe, even if the odds are stacked against him and encouraged him to keep fighting for what's right after helping him get settled in the Pantheon.

    Denizens of The Hundred-Acre Wood 
Denizens of the Hundred-Acre Woodmembers , Patron Saints of Works Appealing Beyond Their Intended Demographic

    Lip 
Lip, Goddess of Match-Three Game
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Lip's Stick (a flower)
  • Theme Music: Lip's Theme (Panel de Pon)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Everything's Better with Princesses, The Cutie, Puzzle Game
  • Domains: Puzzles, Fairies
  • Heralds: Watabou the Fluffy, Furil and Pupuri
  • Allies: Yoshi, Ash Ketchum, Pikachu, Villager, Arle Nadja
  • Enemies: Galeem & Dharkon, Bowser, Team Rocket
  • There exists a fantastical land inhabited by fairies that is about to be overrun by monsters. One such denizen there, Lip, is the only one immune to a spell that's causing infighting amongst other fairies thanks to a magical stick, prompting her to set things back to normal. As she found out at the end, the whole thing was an elaborate test set up by her mother to see if Lip was ready to become the next queen of fairies. The playing field involves a gradually rising field of blocks that Lip and/or someone else she might be up against has to clear out. Clearing out three or more identical blocks in a row will mitigate the gradually rising blocks and send "garbage" blocks over to a rival if possible.

WIP:

    Sherlock Hound 
Sherlock Hound, Divine Representative of Those Based on Sherlock Holmes (Hound)
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    Harvey Birdman 
Harvey Birdman, Divine Handler of Crazy Court Cases (Birdman)
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    Enji Todoroki 
Enji Todoroki, God of Major Goals Rendered Meaningless (Endeavor)
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    Sin and Punishment 
Saki Amamiya, Airan Jo, Isa Jo, & Kachi, Collective Patrons of Boss Games (Kachi: Achi)
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Left Image from left to right: Airan & Saki with Achi behind them; Right Image: Isa & KachiOne more thing 
  • Intermediate Deities(?)
  • Symbol: Kanji that translates to Sin and Punishment
  • Alignment: ???
  • Portfolio: Rail Shooter, Strange Storylines
  • Domains: Shooting, War

    General Woundwort 
General Woundwort, God of Horrifying Hares
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    Full Frontal 
Full Frontal, God of Straw Nihilists (The Second Coming of Char, Mullet Char, Fat Frontal)
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    Retsuko 
Retsuko, Goddess of Cathartic Screams
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    Lepus 
Lepus, Collective of Tame "Scary" Animals
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    Secret Squirrel 
Secret Squirrel, God of Storing Items in Trench Coats (Agent 000)
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    Flintheart Glomgold 
Flintheart Glomgold, God of Envy-Driven Goals (Flinty)
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    John Oliver 
John William Oliver, God of Political Programmes
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    Chibi-Robo 
Chibi-Robo, Gods of Power Cord-Tails
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    Joanna Dark 
Joanna Dark, Goddess of Secondary Firing Options (Perfect Dark)
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol:
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Action Girl
  • Domains: Agents, Weaponry
  • Allies: Jeanne d'Arc, Gordon Freeman

    Nicodemus 
Nicodemus, God of Animals with Facial Hair
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Nominations

Pet Shop (Cool Pet), Small Fry Corps. (Multi-Mook Melee), Mikiya Kokutou (Love Martyr), Ronin (Street Samurai), Tiny Toons (Junior Counterpart), Orga (Trope 2000), urRu & Skeksis (Can't Live Without You), Hans Christian Andersen (Fairy Tale), Spider Jerusalem (Making a Spectacle of Yourself), Zira (Ear Notch), Jack Cates & Reggie Hammond (Race Against the Clock), "All For One" (All Your Powers Combined), Cutey Honey (Magical Girl Warrior & Transformation Sequence), Buck (Stray Animal Story), Nick Sax & Happy (They Fight Crime!), Appliances (Animate Inanimate Object), Gorgonites & Commando Elite (My Little Panzer), The Warden (The Alcatraz or Hellhole Prison), The Arisen (Character Customization), Sam Gideon (Swiss Army Gun), Max Walker (Time Police), Riko, Reg, & Nanachi (Art-Style Dissonance), Wizeman (Nightmare Weaver)
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