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A sandbox for the Trope Pantheons. Due to the Pantheon policy, ALL SPOILERS ARE UNMARKED unless stated otherwise.

Involved in:

Ascensions: Nine-Ball, B.B. and Alter Egos, Shiori Kurashiki, Rion Kugayama, Marie Bell Breguet, Kou Tokisaka, Sasaki Kojirou, Griffin Family

Reworks: Magic Knights, Sakura Matou

Banned From Editing my Sandbox:

To Do list

Reworks: Several Dark Souls deities such as Manus, The Payday gang (and several new recruits)

Ascensions: videogamedunkey (Cuckoolander Commentator), Takumi Fujiwara (What a Piece of Junk)

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Wave One Ascensions

    Eric Andre and Hannibal Buress 
"Ladies and Gentlemen, The Eric Andre Show!"

(cue Eric Andre brutally destroying the set for about 40 seconds)

Eric Andre and Hannibal Buress, Divine Gods of Cringe Comedy

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Eric is at the Right, Hannibal is at the Left
  • House: Jokes & Comedy
  • Demigods
  • Symbol: Their stage
  • Theme Song: Happy Happening By Mathieu Blossier
  • Alignment: Chaotic...Something
  • Portfolio: Comedic Sociopathy, Refuge in Audacity, Candid Camera Prank , Rapid-Fire Comedy
  • Domains: Interviews, Comedy, Strangeness, The Surreal
  • Followers:
  • Allies: Popuko & Pipimi
  • Enemies: Momo Isshiki
  • Eric was first seen outside the Pantheon's gates like this, and after reviewing his show and profile they decided to let him in under the God of Cringe Comedy, but only if his cohost, Hannibal Buress joined him.
  • Eric's show is known for being...Bizarre to say the least. Things happen with little reason, such as cutting to other crew members, random objects coming from nowhere, and- (Happy Happening is still playing) OH CRAP(cue the narrator being interrupted by Eric Andre brutally)
  • Eric: "That's, uh— that's all I planned for the, uh— for the show. What should I, uh — what should I do now?"
    Hannibal: "I don't know. Do some talking or something."
    Eric: "Yeah, okay, I got that. All right, so, uh... Ladies and Gentlemen, Popuko & Pipimi!"
    (Cue Popuko & Pipimi showing up)
    Eric: "So, what do you two have in common?"
    Popuko: "Ah. You are Mother Fucker?"
    Eric: (Stares for a moment) "Okay. OAAAAHAHHHH"
  • Eric: "Hey, you guys are watching "Bird Up!" —, the worst show on television. (cue Bird Up! theme and squawking bird) (Eric approaches Momo Isshiki) "Talk to the bird as if it's your dad.
    Momo: (nervous) "Uh..., hi there-"
    Eric: "Give me a kiss, miss! Daddy loves you-" (Momo slaps the bird, causing it to transform into the Crow) "OH MY- Bird Up!" (cue Bird Up! theme and zoom in on Momo)
  • Pyrocynical: "... Where's Eric? I mean, we both almost have the same occupation, along with the same memes."
    Hannibal: "I dunno, man. Ask the audience."
    Pyrocynical: "Who? Oh, no..." (Pyrocynical gets dropped into a pool of water. OMFG - Hello plays in the background as Eric Andre appears)
    Eric Andre: "So guys, we did it! We reached a quarter of a million subscribers! Up next is the greatest game in the world, Hunt Down the Freeman starring our golden goose Keemstar as the President, our boy Pyrocynical as Alex!" (cue the cheers of children in the Pantheon, much to I Hate Everything's chagrin) "In other news, Petscop 2 was announced, this time for the-" (is cut off by Pyrocynical attempting to stab Eric, but it's revealed to be a projection as it disappears, leading to the grand reveal of the child audience to Pyrocynical)
    Children: "So guys, we did it, we reached a quarter of million subscribers, 250,000 subscribers and still growing." (Cue a cannon loaded with... whatever the hell was that aimed at Pyrocynical)
    Pyrocynical: "Oh Eric, you Magnificent Bastard, I WATCHED YOUR SHOW!" (cue WOAAAAAAAAAAHHHHH as Pyrocynical gets hit by whatever the hell that was complete with MLG sounds)
    Eric Andre: (Emerges) "Ladies and Gentlemen, Pyrocynical... is Game-end.
  • Azizi: (Looks at Eric Andre, who, for some reason, has Azizi's body aside from head) "Well, look at this. We weren't expecting guests today."
    Eric Andre: (Looks at Azizi, who has Eric Andre's body aside from his head) "I didn't expect you to come here."
    Azizi: "For dinner perhaps?"
    Eric Andre: (Notices a lot of Hyenas) "Um, no, I'm not hungry right now. No seriously, I'm not hungry man. I'M NOT-" (Gets pounced on) "WOAGGGGGHHHHHH"
  • (COUGH) Phew. Damn, that was much. After all the antics Hannibal and Eric created around the Pantheon, Eric eventually went to the House of Prophecy to find out whether he can make his show to the future. Needless to say, he was not satisfied when he learned that his show will eventually fade into obscurity... and eventually will die in the date of March 10, 2028. (sigh) Finally, I Need a Freaking Drink... (NOTE: The following parts aside from the We'll be Right Back gag are considered to be non-canon and will be removed by the finalization of the profile.)
    —> Eric Andre: Okay, ladies and gentlemen, my next guest is M16A1!
  • Wait, what?
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    Wolkenritter 
Signum: We are the the guardian knights who gather before our mistress, she of the night sky.
Shamal: As long as our mistress exists, our souls will never extinguish.
Zafira: As long as we have life in our bodies, we will stand by each other.
Vita: We will always exist before our mistress, Queen of the Night Sky, Yagami Hayate.
The WolkenritterMembers , Divine Group of Considering Simple Lives As An Luxury (Signum: Knight of the Sword, General of the Raging Fire, Bushido, Lightning 2, Riot 2, Boob Demonnote  Signum Loveless; Vita: Knight of the Hammer, Crimson Iron Rider, StarS 2, Aggressor 2; Shamal:Knight of the Lake, Hand of the Healing Wind; Zafira: Shielding Guardian Beast, Blue Wolf)
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Clockwise from top: Zafira, Shamal, Vita, Signum

    Human PLUS 
Human PLUS (OP-INTENSIFY)
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One of the side-effects of Human PLUS

    Saito Hiraga 
Saito Hiraga, God of Instant Experts
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    Doki!Doki! Pretty Cures 
Doki!Doki! Pretty CuresMembers , Quintet Goddesses of the Playing Card Motifs (Mana's Harem; Mana: Cure Heart, Maya, Glitter Heart; Rikka: Cure Diamond, Rachel, Glitter Diamond; Alice: Cure Rosetta, Clara, Glitter Clover; Makoto: Cure Sword, MakoPi, Mackenzie Mack, Glitter Spade; Aguri: Cure Ace)
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The Doki!Doki! Pretty Cures in their transformed state. From left to right: Cure Rosetta, Cure Sword, Cure Heart, Cure Ace, Cure Diamond

    Misuzu Kamio 
Misuzu Kamio, Goddess of Bad Real-Life Omens
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    Klaus 
Klaus, God of Destruction and Recreation (Bionis, Arglas, Zanza, The Architect, God of Genesis)
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Klaus
As Arglas 
Zanza's First form 
Zanza's Second form 
Zanza's Final form 
The Architect 
  • Quasideity (Klaus) Overdeities (Zanza and the Architect
  • Symbol:
    • Klaus: The Conduit
    • Zanza: The Bionis
    • The Architect: Elysium
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment: Varies
  • Portfolio: Extremely Spoileriffic Characters, Creating Life, Foreseeing the Passage of Fate, Deity of Human Origin
  • Domains: Creation, Destruction, Fate
    • Zanza: Self-Preservation, Manipulation, Possession
    • The Architect: Atonement
  • Followers: Yuga, Sir Grodus
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Sauron, Teridax, Unicron, Dimentio (Zanza)
  • Enemies: Each side of Klaus tends of have the others' allies as enemies.
  • Opposes: Mephiles the Dark, Lord English (Both)
  • Opposed by: Eru Ilúvatar, Galactus (Zanza)
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Nekron, Zamasu (Zanza)
  • High Priest: Saint Dane
  • Heralds:
    • Klaus: Galea/Meyneth
    • Zanza: Lorithia, The Bionite Order, Praetor Amalthus
    • The Architect: The Aegises (Pneuma, Logos, Ontos)
  • Created life an egotistical human scientist named Klaus, who foresaw the world that was on the brink of self-destruction, and attempted to use the Conduit to create a new world free from war and evolve humanity, in spite of the protests of his colleague Galea. However, it went all horribly wrong, resulting in Humanity scattering into various universes and him splitting into half, one of which became Zanza, and the other who became the Architect.
  • Exclusive to Zanza:
    • Lifeforms evolved on the worlds formed from the bodies of two titans, of which Zanza and Meyneth were the gods, in a universe appearing to otherwise consist solely of endless ocean and sky. Becoming narcissistic and afraid of being opposed, Zanza now exists only to survive, destroying his creations time and time again so that he can both recycle Ether energy to sustain himself and prevent species from evolving enough to threaten him.
    • During one of the Bionis' life cycles, the two dominant races of the Bionis and the Mechonis at that time (the Giants and the Machina, respectively) were beginning to coexist in peace and harmony. Unfortunately, Zanza decided that he couldn't allow that to happen, and so by transferring his soul into the Monado and using it to possess the Giant Arglas, he launched an attack on Mechonis' capital city and killed most of the residents. Before he could finish the job, Meyneth took control of the Mechonis and engaged in a duel with the Bionis. Another of Bionis' races, the High Entia took this opportunity to seal Arglas, and Zanza with him, away in a tower now known as Prison Island. However, because a part of his soul remained inside the Monado and because he retained his ability to foresee the future, he was able to silently configure a plan with his three disciples in order to one day reawaken and resume his cycle of destruction and recreation.
      • Millenia later, Zanza was able to be reborn from the body of Shulk, the latest wielder of the Monado. He then proceeded to begin purging the life from Bionis, as was their predestined fate. Ultimately, however, he was overthrown and slain by Shulk and his party, who had decided that they would not submit themselves to death and futility for the sake of a selfish god and his twisted definition of destiny.
    • Utilizes Telethia to launch his assault upon the world. These creatures destroy all life they find and absorb Ether from the environment when called upon.
      • Melia's hatred for Zanza began when she learned that he was the master of the Telethia that killed her bodyguards, with whom she had shared a close friendship. This hatred reached its peak when Zanza reverted all of the pure High Entia, including her half-brother Kallian, to their mindless Telethia forms. Although Melia herself was protected from this fate due to being half-Homs, she resents herself for failing to save her people.
      • Upon learning of the existence of the Endbringer, a Telethia hailing from another world, he tried to command it to kill Shulk's party. He was, needless to say, livid when the beast instead opted to attack Zanza himself.
    • Creator of the Monado, a sword that can foresee future events which usually can be prevented, manipulate energy and crush mechanized foes such as the Mechon, robotic units created by his longtime enemy Egil. Zanza can thus distort reality to a huge extent, and is only slightly limited to laws of physics. When he united the two existing Monados, he cemented his position as Overdeity in the Xenoblade universe, if only for a little while.
    • Was originally God of Combat Clairvoyance until he lost that power to Shulk, when the latter and his party initially defeated him. He's a little miffed over that.
    • According to Alvis and himself, he would have liked to be friends with the people of Bionis, but then grew fearful that they endangered his existence, and so he denies himself the chance for companionship by holding onto his his self-obsession and condescending attitude towards the lifeforms that he creates.
    • Lorithia serves as his herald on account of being the most loyal of his three disciples who were promised immortality in exchange for servitude to him. He never gets entirely tired of hearing her preach his superiority over everything else in existence, though he often wishes she would shut up about how those who defy him will pay for their insolence.
    • Serves as the leader of the Scar Corps unit of Nekron's Grand United Alliance of Destruction due to the common awareness that Zanza desires to destroy life but, contrary to the GUAD'S ultimate goal, also intends to reabsorb said life and start anew. Zanza's allegiance to the organisation is thus both insincere and temporary, and he will indubitably turn against Nekron when the right time comes.
      • The recruitment of Metal Face into Zanza's GUAD division was much to their mutual annoyance. Zanza, however, decided that commanding a former henchman of Egil wouldn't be an issue as long as he let Metal Face have his fun while he himself could collect the Ether from the slain enemies afterwards.
    • As soon as he ascended to the Pantheon, he began to devise a complex plot in order to cleanse it of life, satiate himself and begin anew with lifeforms who could not oppose him. Due to a greater awareness of his intentions here than on Bionis, as well as the fact that he is at odds with other Chessmasters who will attempt to ensure that they won't be hindered by any rivals, he will need to make a great effort if he wants to succeed in his endeavour.
    • Holds nothing but contempt for other sentient worlds. He particularly hopes to take down the benevolent robot gods Mata Nui and Primus, who remind him far too much of his oldest enemy Mechonis.
    • Loathes any deity who opposes such "true" gods as himself or successfully defies fate, to the point where the event that anyone who alters destiny to work against him will often result in him suffering a Villainous Breakdown.
    • Even though Yveltal shares Zanza's ability to restore itself by absorbing the life forces of its surrounding environment, it dislikes how others have to die in order for it to stay alive. Therefore, it despises Zanza for his dismissive view of mortals and his arrogance in believing that they don't matter as long as he gets what he wants.
    • Zanza can get behind Chakravartin's views, as they both agree the world exists for them and feel they're better off working together. Both are frowned upon by more benevolent creation deities for abusing their godly powers at the expense of lesser beings.
    • Has formed an alliance with Griffith, due to their shared desire for power over all other people, the fact that they both achieved godhood by committing a selfish and destructive act, and each of them being one of the few who can tolerate the other.
      • Griffith has commended Zanza for his determination to keep his position as an unassailable god secure by continuously wiping out and reabsorbing his creations when they become too independent, although Griffith notes that if he was Zanza he would aim even higher if possible.
      • Zanza, meanwhile, is not bothered in the slightest and in fact rather amused that Griffith sacrificed his comrades to the legions of hell and that he raped and mentally tortured Casca. After all, why care what happens to an insignificant band of mortals?
  • Exclusive to the Architect:
    • The remaining good half of Klaus, he saw what he had done to his former Earth, and as a result, attempted to atone for his mistakes by helping to recreate life with those of the memories of those who died in the experiment combined with Core Crystals to create the cloud sea, where the first organism, the Titans, emerged. In turn, the Titans then began to create other lifeforms, including various species of humanity that were scattered across Alrest. While he stood in awe of his creations, he also feared that they would repeat the past mistakes of humanity, until Rex, along with his friends, began to convince him that humanity can move on, and as a result, helped him defeat Malos, along with creating a new Elysium for them before fading away entirely.
  • Also present in the Main House.

Note: Thanks for Chris X for helping me rework parts of the Magic Knights

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Salvaged Profiles

Anything that has been lost or abandoned will be placed over here for me to work on if necessary.

Salvaged from RJ-CLOVIS-93:

    Cresselia 
A wild Cresselia appeared!

Cresselia, Goddess of Elusive Bosses (The Lunar Pokemon, Crecelia)

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Cresselia fled!

    Aldrich 
Aldrich, Ungodly Abomination Who Enjoys The Sound Of Screams (Saint of the Deep, Devourer Of Gods)
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Click here to see what Aldrich may have looked like back then 
  • House: Cruelty and Sadism (House of Villains)
  • Leitmotif: Aldrich, Devourer of Gods
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The Aldrich Faithful emblem.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Portfolio: Fat Bastard, Devouring So Many People He Became A Monstrous Blob Eldritch Abomination, Climax Boss, The Only Lord Of Cinder To Be Flat Out Evil, Completely Unsympathetic, Cannibalism Superpower, Theophagy, Luxuriating In His Victim's Screams, Was Once a Man
  • Domains: Gluttony, Cannibalism, Monsters, Blobs, Sludge, Darkness
  • Heralds: The Aldrich Faithful
  • Followers: Malacath, Akalich, Torg
  • Divine Servant to: Pontiff Sulyvahn
  • Allies: Darkseid, The Scarlet King, Grima, Cioccolata, Ethan Roark Junior, Chernabog, Pennywise, SCP-953, Gluttony, Dis
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Kirei Kotomine, Gilgamesh (Nasuverse), Avenger (Fate/hollow ataraxia
  • Enemies:
  • Aldrich was formerly a holy cleric that originated from Irithyll, but after obtaining visions of a "deep sea", he began eating people to obtain power, and later founded the Church of the Deep, which provided Aldrich with a good amount of sacrifices to feed him. During his time, he shared his Ruby and Sapphire to his followers to show them the final shutters of life while enjoying his victim's screams. His vision of the "deep sea" often intoxicated his followers or even corrupted them into Deep Accursed, and even the Deep turned him into a rotting sludge, and still retained his hunger. At one point, he became a Lord of Cinder, though it's unknown if he was either forced to do this, or he become one through sheer might after being imprisoned in the Cathedral of the Deep. After seeing the end of the Age of Fire, he began to dream of the Old Gods of Lordran, and neglected his throne for devouring gods. Eventually, with the help of Pontiff Sulyvahn, alongside the Church of the Deep, he managed to devour Gwyndolin, and was implied to also devour Smough during his last stand at Anor Londo, and possibly Gravelord Nito's corpse as well. During his devouring of Gwyndolin, he dreamt of a pale girl in hiding, resulting in him gaining the power of Lifehunt. By the time the Ashen One came to return him to his throne, most of the damage was already done and was eventually finished off.
  • His ascension to the Pantheon was rather unorthodox: rather than receiving approval at the Court of the Gods, Aldrich instead ascended through sheer might, with many of the more moral villainous deities expressing horror at his temple, which was a Deep-defiled Anor Londo. Needless say, upon hearing of this, the Ashen One quickly prepared a massive armory to prevent the Deep from spreading all over the place.
  • Aldrich became the monstrosity seen by cannibalizing to the point of going beyond a mere Fat Bastard into a Blob Monster of nightmarish proportions. As such, he often pours himself the House of Flesh Eaters. Pennywise enjoyed the company, as he too absolutely loves the terror of his victims. Sure, screams alone aren't enough, but they help in salting the meat. Children across the pantheon were horrified. Aldrich was most amused by SCP-953's sadistic mind games when it comes to cannibalism as well. This has attracted the attention of the SCP Foundation, not something Aldrich wanted.
  • Many cannibals, good or evil were creeped out when Aldrich arrived in the pantheon. Black Doom regards Aldrich to be somewhat of an excessive being blind to its gluttony, but this comes more down to not wanting his stock taken. Hannibal Lecter regards him as a being without manners or cordiality. More seriously Marceline finds him absolutely disgusting and would love to give him a taste of his own medicine.
  • His covenant, the Aldrich Faithful, protects him from any intruders that dare to interrupt his gourmet, and farm Human Dregs from their corpses to offer to their deity. It's been also found out that the Ashen One used to be part of the covenant. However, the Ashen One has stated that they only joined the covenant because they wanted to learn the knowledge of the Great Deep Soul sorcery. After this, they later exited the covenant out of disgust, and later turned against him. The Ashen One has since tried to make up for this by assisting those who seek to defy Aldrich.
  • Aside from the Ashen One, Aldrich has also made a lot of enemies from his home realm too:
    • Lord Gwyn was appalled to learn that he not just defiled Anor Londo and corrupted his faithful Silver Knights, but also ate Gwyndolin. While he did raise him as the opposite sex, at least he would never resort to such debauchery.
    • Ornstein and Smough have the same reasons for opposing Aldrich, especially regarding Smough since he died during his Last Stand against the Church of the Deep. Ornstein in particular feels a bit regretful that he was unable to come back in time to save Smough from the defilers.
    • Knight Artorias also has a grudge against him for the same reason, but he also found out that his Greatsword can also inflict additional damage towards him, making him a viable threat to Aldrich.
    • The Chosen Undead, being a former Darkmoon Knight, was horrified to see the remains of Gwyndolin sticking out of Aldrich. To make things worse, reports from the Chosen Undead indicate that Gwyndolin is still alive yet not in control of his body. This left the Chosen Undead into a period of trauma, before taking up arms against Aldrich.
    • Surprisingly enough, even Manus appears to oppose the abomination. While the Abyss may have a neutral but corrupting influence, it has produced non-hostile entities. The Deep, on the other hand, used to be a place where souls peacefully rest until something corrupted it. While they may look the same, there are enough viable theories that they are very different.
  • Even since his ascension, the Aldrich Faithful have been seeking members to increase their strength into protecting Aldrich.
    • Kirei Kotomine, having sacrificed a lot of orphans from the Fuyuki fire to have their mana fed to Gilgamesh during the 5th Holy Grail War, has joined as of the enforcers. However, while he does indeed enjoy pain, the only reason why he even enjoys it is because he is still wondering why is he born evil in the first place, not helping by his moral compass tell him that's wrong. The same goes for the servant he brought over as well, Gilgamesh, also with different reasons; One, he was met with a cruel death with a similar entity called The Shadow at one point, and Two, his defilement of Anor Londo reminded him of Babylonia being drowned by the Primordial Sea of Life by Tiamat.
      • Speaking of Tiamat, she is surprisingly downright disturbed at Aldrich's cannibalism. This is because of how she believes that humanity is her children and in spite of showing her love for them by wanting to shove them back inside her, she feels the need to protect them from him, who is a cannibal whose sadism happens to come via harming Humanity. Aldrich himself cannot fathom why a primordial being with a twisted and destructive love for humanity would protect them instead.
    • Avenger sees him as a rival, given that sadism is one of the All of the World's evil he embodies, but even he dislikes the fact that Aldrich would luxuriate in his victim's screams and that Avenger actually loves humanity thanks to two certain individuals in another timeline.
    • Darkseid, believing that the Age of the Deep Sea would bring despair and nihilism to the people that he eats, views him as an essential tool into bringing the Tyranny that was Apokolips into the Pantheon, and currently acts as one of the major members of the Aldrich Faithful.
    • Cioccolata has a rather simple interest in the abomination that is Aldrich, as does the Yellow Bastard; their absolute love of the screaming and anguish of others that the Saint of the Deep luxuriates in. Darker still, the Emperor of the Kingdom Dolorous adores his sadism, absolute representation of the sin of gluttony and dread and despair he represents. Gluttony is interested less in that, and more in the chance of devour alongside him. What the Father of the Homunculi thinks isn't known yet.
  • Boasts being the Devourer of Gods, though has only eaten one god so far and everyone hopes that sticks. The Scarlet King claims superiority on the subject of theophagy, but he does admire Aldrich's activities. Zeus and his siblings, given their family history, were utterly repulsed by this, as is any divine being. Zamasu was first to point out that Aldrich was a perfect representation of what he hates about mortals due to this, and the fact Aldrich was a cannibal who became the abomination out of cannibalism and gluttony only further drives the point home. Nobody is even bothering to point out that Zamasu has proven more of a threat to the gods than Aldrich ever has.

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    Deirdre and Julia 
Deirdre and Julia, Goddesses of Evil-Vanquishing Objects
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Deirdre
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Julia
  • Theme Song: Deirdre's, Julia's
  • Lesser Goddesses
  • Symbol: The Book of Naga
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Mysterious Waif, The Blood of Naga To Eventually Use Book of Naga and Beat Loptyr, Heroic Lineage, Mystical White (Or Occasionally Light Purplish) Hair, Light Magic, Dealings With Incest
  • Domain: Light, Magic, Lineage, Combat
  • Allies: Sigurd & Seliph Baldur Chalpy, Arvis, Ayra, Marth, Erinys, Tailtiu, Caeda, Eliwood & Ninian, Tiki
  • Enemies: Gharnef, Grima
  • The dragon Loptyr was almost unstoppable in the realm of Jugdral, a realm that was ravaged with little dragon interference, only human politics. Not even the might of its eventual savior, Seliph was enough to completely stop it, but he did anyway, all because he had his half-sister Julia, who had enough Blood of Naga to allow her to use the one artifact that could destroy Loptyr: The Book of Naga. Before obtaining such item, she was not even allowed to die, such fateful insistence caused her to ascend to the Pantheon...
    • And she is not alone. Accompanying her was her MOTHER, Deirdre, who was constantly kept alive by fate in order to eventually pass her own Naga blood onto Julia. And after a few trips in Askr, she was seen with her own copy of Book of Naga (just plastered 'Divine' between the second and third letter). For a heartwarming family reunion, even the Pantheon agreed to let her ascend too, it's not just the book... they ARE the villain-beating artifact.
  • The heartwarming reunion eventually evolved from mother-daughter to the whole family when they met Sigurd and Seliph. Unlike how other people expected, they got along very fine with Arvis, as he was a loving father to Julia. In fact, both Deirdre and Julia tend to be a calming presence whenever awkward tensions might rise between Sigurd/Seliph and Arvis.
  • Some has claimed that ever since ascending or perhaps taking a trip in Askr, Julia has been rather... spacey-headed. She used to suffer amnesia, but Seliph didn't recall her being this spacey when saying "What~?"
  • Deirdre is 17 years old. No, don't even say "Oi, oi", because that's her recorded age!

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    Malcom Hargrove 
Malcom Hargrove, God of (Trope Pending) (Chairman of the UNSC Oversight Sub-Committee, Charon Industries CEO, "Control")
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  • Theme Song: Control.
  • Rank: Intermediate God.
  • Symbol: The Charon Industries logo.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil.
  • Portfolio: Reasonable Authority Figure (except not), Hero Antagonist (again, except not), Hauled Before A Senate Subcommittee, Evil All Along, Magnificent Bastard, Willing to Kill an Entire Planet, Playing Both Sides, Hidden Villain, The Man Behind the Man, Villain with Good Publicity.
  • Domains: Oversight, Planets, Genocide, Insurrections, Companies.
  • Followers: Locus, Felix
  • Allies: Palpatine, Melkor.
  • Enemies: Church, Epsilon, Grif, Sarge, Caboose, Donut, The Meta, Seto Kaiba, Mr. Burns, Scrooge McDuck.
  • High Priest: Felix is competing with Locus for this title, despite Locus just wanting to do his job.
  • Ascended after the reveal of him being "Control", the main antagonist of The Chorus Trilogy, threw his entire character into question as well as him being the CEO of a company that had never been referred to before The Reveal, and said company having been involved in an Insurrection that was already established.
  • Fought with Allison for the position of the position...until he realized that Allison was already dead. Allison's husband, the Director, was also embroiled in the struggle until Hargrove realized that he had killed himself.
  • Palpatine was interested in the fact that Hargrove was able to go as far as to kill a planet to reclaim lost property. Though disappointed that he failed, Palpatine was willing to lend some soldiers for Hargrove's war against Chorus as long as he was paid.
  • The Meta is very pissed off at Hargrove for stealing his helmet. Hargrove isn't worried though as he has many tough soldiers to stop him.
    • It is discovered that Hargrove not only has the Meta's helmet, but the armor as well. He plans to use what he has to create upgraded versions of the Meta's gear.
  • The Managers of the House of Commerce, Seto Kaiba, Mr. Burns, and Scrooge McDuck, are not happy with the fact that he's spending money to kill people and reacquire his property when he should be using his property to make money (though Mr. Burns doesn't have a problem with killing people).
  • Went into a period of mourning due to the loss of his superior.

Salvaged from Ferot_Dreadnaught:

    The Ravens (Armored Core) 
The Ravens, Deities of Mecha Games (Leos Klein, Last Raven)
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One of the confirmed photos of an Raven
  • Potential House: Gaming
  • Leitmotif:
  • Lesser Deities (most individuals), Intermediate Deities (ace pilots), Greater Deity collectively
  • Symbol: Their individual emblems
  • Alignment:
  • Portfolio:
  • Domains:
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Nine-Ball

On Hold

    The Clockwork Planet 
The Clockwork Planet, Divine Seat of Clockwork Areas
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  • Potential House: Planets
  • Dominion
  • Description: A planet that used to be Earth, now completely reconstructed out of gears.
  • Symbol: Clockwork Gears
  • Theme Music:
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Clock Punk, Clockworks Area on a planetary scale, Earth That Was, Eternal Engine, Hollow World, No OSHA Compliance.
  • Domains: Planets, Clockwork, Rings.
  • Sacred to: RyuZU, Agatha Heterodyne.
  • Unholy to:
  • Barred Entry from: Dr. 0.
  • Formerly known as Earth, the Clockwork Planet is a planet entirely composed of gears that was constructed by the legendary clocksmith "Y". The surface of the planet is a 70 km thick shell of gears suspended over an empty void where the Earth's mantle and core used to be, as all of the original Earth had been hollowed out to make way for the new clockwork structure. Human civilizations and artificial environments are built on top of those gears, which are being held on the surface by enormous core towers that control all of the base mechanisms, ranging from weather, temperature, and even gravity. A large artificial ring called the Equatorial Spring encircles the planet, which actually powers it by drawing in gravity from the Earth's Moon and converting it into energy. It is said that the number of gears on this planet outnumbers even the total amount of stars in the universe.
  • The planet came to be because the Earth had lost all of its internal energy due to heat death, and as a result, all of its functions that helped kept the Earth habitable shut down. In the span of 100 years, Earth became a lifeless husk as oceans dried up and landmasses became devoid of life. Some of humanity decided to head out into space in search of a new home, while most unfortunately had no choice but to stay on the dying Earth and face extinction. That is until a mysterious man named "Y" came along, and proposed an idea so ridiculous and crazy, it just might work. He came up with a blueprint to rebuild the Earth and all of its functions using nothing but clockwork gears, and thus, the Clockwork Planet was created.
  • The girl genius Agatha Heterodyne frequents the place often because she is amazed at how such an impressive technical marvel could even exist, and feels that she has stepped into clockwork heaven. She's looking for ways to improve her Gaslamp technology by incorporating some of the planet's base mechanisms into her tech.
  • Dr. 0 of the Think Tank has been banned from setting foot on the Clockwork Planet over fears that he may end up tampering with the mechanisms and break the whole planet as a result, which could lead to city purges on a global scale.

Reason: Thanks to a particular revelation in the Light Novel, I've decided to hold off on making this profile until further info is released.

Joke Profile

    Giant Dad 
SALVATION IS RESERVED FOR THOSE WHO PASS THE TEST.

IF YOU SURVIVE, AN ELEVATED EXISTENCE AWAITS.

INITIATE PHASE ONE

POWER UP THE BASS CANNON

FIRE!

Giant Dad, God of Being Cold Towards Noobs (The Legend)

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Additional Notes: Will work on Cresselia after beating Ultra Sun and Ultra Moon, can't spoil too much for myself. Whirl RX did intend to work further on B.B. and Alter Egos, though given the lack of activity on the profile, I decided to take it myself. Most of the initial freebies came from the now long gone Deities That Need A Rework section of the Reworking Gods.


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