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This is my sandbox for deities to potentially either ascend or rework, along with other Trope Pantheon-related ideas.
Feel free to make suggestions and edits. Enjoy.


Successfully reworked:

Concepts introduced:

  • Organizations: Intermediate alliances whose numbers and influence would account for multiple Groups, but are still less pronounced than Associations and well below the Grand United Alliances.

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    Masaki House 
The Masaki Housemembers , Celestial Deities of Polygamous Marriage (The Masaki Family, The Highest Concentration of Power in the Universe, A Military Might with No Nation | Tenchi: Useless Tenchi, Being of Heaven and Earth, Kami Tenchi | Ryoko: Space Pirate Ryoko, Ryouko, The Devil Caller | Ayeka: Princess Ayeka, Aeka | Sasami: Princess Sasami, Tsunami, Sasami Kawai, Pretty Sammy | Mihoshi: Detective Mihoshi, Beautiful Star | Washu: Little Washu, Washu-chan, The Greatest Scientific Genius in the Universe!, Washu-kami-sama | Noike: Detective Noike, Noike Sakazua, Female Kagato)
Counter clockwise from top left: Tenchi, Ayeka, Washu, Sasami with Ryo-Ohki, Noike, Mihoshi
Center: Ryoko
  • Potential House: Love (possibly Love Interests, Romance, or Love Other)
  • Greater Deities as a whole (mostly Intermediate Deities separately, though several members are clear Overdeities at true power)
  • Symbol: A Juraian Royal tree
  • Theme Music: Tenchi Muyo! Ryo-Ohki Theme, Tension, Tenchi Muyo! TV OP
  • Alignment: Overall setted on Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Cavalcade of Incest Enabled by Juraian Genetics, Battle Harem, Magnetic Girlfriends, Pretty Freeloaders, Human Aliens and Physical Gods all Older Than They Look
  • Domains: Power, Space, Family, Balance, Passion, Suffering, Competition
  • High Priests: Seina Yamada and the Kamidake II crew
  • Heralds: Katsuhito Masaki/Yosho Masaki Jurai (Tenchi's grandfather), Kiyone Makibi (Mihoshi's former police partner), Azaka and Kamidake (Ayeka's guardians)
  • Teachers: Kenshi Takahashi (Tenchi)
  • Allies: Optimus Prime, Omnimon, Son Goku, Android 21, Usagi Tsukino/Sailor Moon, Copen, Gunvolt, most harem heroes and haremettes
  • Rivals: Each other (Ryoko and Ayeka); Vegeta, Naga the White Serpent (Ayeka); Bardock (Ryoko)
  • On speaking terms with: Jeanne (Ryoko); Jade Curtiss (Washu)
  • Enemies: Zonda and the Seven, Shukuro Tsukishima, Unicron, Frieza, Cell, Sheev Palpatine, Master Xehanort, Dr. Gero/Android 20
  • Odd Friendship: Androids 17 and 18 (especially Ayeka and Washu)
  • Pities: Marik Ishtar (Ryoko); Sophie (Tales of Graces), Laura Kinney/X-23 (Noike); Master Xehanort (Tenchi and Sasami)
  • Unknown Relationship: Cosmos, Eru Ilúvatar (Tenchi)
  • Approved by: Flonne; Kyu Sugardust (Tenchi)
  • Amuses: Alexstrasza (Tenchi)
  • Conflicting Opinion from: Princess Cadance
  • Opposes: Jiraiya; Mugen Yoguruma (Washu); Negi Springfield (Tenchi)
  • Fears: Vaermina (Sasami); 17 and 18 (Mihoshi)
  • Respects: Kushina Uzumaki (Washu)
  • Tenchi Masaki was an ordinary high school student, or so he thought, until he explored a cave near his family's sacred shrine in Okayama, curious about the tale of a demon who had been sealed in that cave by a legendary warrior, only to unfortunately awaken said demon. He found himself terrorized and then targeted for seduction by the beautiful yet crazy space pirate Ryoko for his troubles, his school being destroyed in the process. Said space pirate would be chased by Princess Ayeka on her royal treeship Ryu-Oh, with Ayeka's sister Sasami on board, causing Ryoko to summon her personal warship Ryo-Ohki. The ensuing battle ended wit both ships destroyed, and caused Tenchi to give up on going back to high school and relocate his residence next to the Shrine. Ayeka found and planted a seed of Ryu-Oh at the shrine, while Ryoko also brought in a ridiculously cute pet cat/rabbit... who was also Ryo-Ohki. And then Galaxy Police Detective Mihoshi fell to the land of stars when they tried to fight again.
    • While the girls all settled in and became attracted to Tenchi to various degrees, they would soon be attacked by Ryoko's former criminal boss, who nearly killed Tenchi trying to reclaim her. The resulting battle on Kagato's battleship would spark the beginning of Tenchi learning about his own true power. The harem only grew from there, as they freed the villain's mentor Washu, the scientific genius who created Ryoko, Ryo-Ohki, Kagato himself, and the very spacecraft on which she'd been held captive.
    • After more misadventures involving Tenchi and the horde of alien women, including tales set in alternate continuities, Mihoshi's former police partner Noike came to claim Tenchi via arranged marriage. She too would settle into the house, and at the conclusion of at least two more wild conflicts, Washu and her divine sisters would unveil the truth about the universe.
  • As one of the first of many young men to have such adventures, Tenchi's ascension was a formality, with his tendency to get exasperated at the attention serving as his trope. However, absence makes the heart grow fonder, and it became increasingly clear that Tenchi missed his ladies greatly, to the point that Android 21 offered to help find a way to ascend them.
    • Looking through the records, 21 discovered that regardless of how the bickering in the house occasionally gets tiresome (mostly Ryoko and Ayeka's doing), Tenchi would marry his entire entourage of female companions, becoming something of a codifier for harem protagonists. With this, 21 quickly gathered all the data she could find to prove that the residents of the Masaki House would make a strong addition to the Pantheon, with Tenchi's destined choice to Marry Them All becoming the new seating trope. Ultimately the court agreed with this, welcoming Tenchi's women to the Pantheon as they now share his temple, which resembles the Masaki Shrine and House grounds.
  • Applies in general:
    • The Masaki home is considered the single most powerful place in its entire home universe. Of course, that title is more in question in the multiversal Pantheon as there are plenty of deities who are just as or more powerful than them.
    • Knowing of their various Living Ships (and their vast Organic Technology in general), Optimus Prime and Omnimon came to the Masaki House to enlist their help. Amidst the others' suspicions, Tenchi and Washu conversed with the two to gauge his true intentions — until Mihoshi saw him, immediately ran outside, and gave a haphazard explanation of who Optimus is as she's seen his work before. Boarding Ryo-Ohki and Ryu-Oh's full spaceship forms, they went to aid the two in a battle against the Heralds of Unicron. Successfully repelling said Heralds, the Autobot leader and legendary Royal Knight are counted as allies of the House. Unicron and his minions have marked them for destruction, but they're ready to face that threat.
    • Two collective groups the Masaki family formed alliances with came as absolutely no surprise to anyone in the Pantheon: the Sailor Guardians led by Sailor Moon, and the Dragon Team led by Son Goku. While their allies have mostly taken shine to (or slight contention with) specific members of the house, Usagi and Goku themselves are mainly cool with everyone. Android 21 has the family's gratitude for helping to get them all ascended as a favor to Tenchi, especially with that particular trope.
    • While there are others associated with their house and family, they have chosen three (technically four) specific parties to serve as their Heralds for very special reasons:
      • Tenchi's grandfather Katsuhito, who also happens to be both the legendary warrior who sealed the demon in the cave 700 years ago and Ayeka and Sasami's missing brother the Crown Prince Yosho. Yep. All one and the same. For anyone curious, Tenchi's grandmother is a Galaxy Academy classmate Yosho fell in love with and is still running around within the Galaxy Police.
      • Kiyone, Mihoshi's former police partner before Noike, who is more well known for her role in the Tenchi Universe and Tenchi in Tokyo alternate continuities — where she did not end up marooned and presumed dead in an unlucky caper involving "ultra-energy matter" and thus she and Mihoshi remained at each other's side all through joining the House.
      • The robotic sentient floating logs Azaka and Kamidake, Ayeka's guardians since childhood, named after two legendary Juraian knights. She pretty much goes nowhere without them, though they are also loyal to Sasami and the other Juraians.
    • Tenchi's childhood friend Seina was recruited by the GP and developed his own harem as well. They'll pop up at the house on rare occasions, officially counted as High Priests.
    • Tenchi once had a run-in with Princess Cadence, who wanted to talk to him about his polygamous union. While almost certain he would be getting told off about not being loyal to one woman, he agreed to hear her out. She surprised him by making it clear that she meant no hostility towards him or his family; rather, she was concerned that a man trying to keep multiple wives satisfied will lead to conflict and please no one, wondering if he has what it takes to avoid all that. Relieved that she wasn't coming from a harsh place, Tenchi thanked her for explaining herself, but had this to say in response:
      Tenchi: I never asked for those girls to come into my life, but they did, and I couldn't be happier for it. I said before that I'd die before I forsake any one of them. They know I mean that.
    • The ascension of the Masaki House gave Frieza and Cell no end of frustration. That this was facilitated by 21 only deepens both villains' hatred towards her.
      • Frieza considers the Galactic Union led by Jurai's Royal Family and the Galaxy Police to be a threat to his rebuilding empire, but was hoping that Tenchi's low-key presence in the Pantheon would naturally fade out.
      • Cell despises the genetic links of the Juraians and the Choushin and the various properties they bring, as they provide a natural counter to his claim of the Perfect Being.
    • Similar to Frieza, Palpatine's Galactic Empire is heavily contradicted by the GU in various ways and decrees, namely in how Palpatine will use his military power to instill fear and forced obedience while Jurai's might is essentially employed as a backup arm of their diplomacy. While the Masaki House members do not serve as authorities in the Union as of yet, they are a clear symbol of its power.
    • None of the inhabitants have any respect for Master Xehanort, as the horrors he committed for the sake of his schemes was all too reminiscent of Kagato. The knowledge of his well-meaning intentions does nothing to quell this. His scheme to become the darkness and dictate fate itself in order to contain the darkness is purely seen as a glorified tantrum born of resentment and arrogance. Sasami and Tenchi even pity him for it. While grateful that for now he has decided to relent on enacting his plans, Tenchi and co. are entirely certain that they will end up fighting him.
    Ayeka: A fiend like him is too arrogant to let his ambition rest forever. We know that all too well.
    • Once, Tenchi misremembered key details about their lives after coming home for dinner, freaking everyone out, then ran off and seemingly abandoned them for days to cavort with a pale-skinned girl named Sakuya with Shukuro Tsukishima as their third wheel.
      • After researching and discovering both Shukuro's ability to implant himself in people's memories and Sakuya's unwitting invoked connection to the Tokyo timeline Big Bad Yugi, they stormed Tsukishima's temple... and had to fight the two Sumeragi Pantera cyborgs. They followed that up to confront Zonda and the Seven directly, assisted by Shukuro and, oddly enough, Sakuya with powers. Tenchi was unconscious nearby: Zonda had combined her illusions with Shukuro's Book of the End to give Tenchi the memories of Sakuya's timeline, and the current "Sakuya" was actually a copy of the grown-up Yugi herself made to be loyal to Zonda, all to break Tenchi's mind down so she could absorb a large chunk of his higher-dimensional powers to reawaken her deadly Reverie form.
      • Even Ryoko powered by all three of Washu's gems wasn't enough to overcome this power, especially with the Oracle and Teseo manipulating reality. Desperate, Washu and Sasami/Tsunami had to reach out to Tenchi's consciousness and rouse him awake, much like Tsunami did before against Kagato. Once awake, Tenchi engaged Zonda with the power of the Light Hawk Wings, which allowed him to deflect her Paradise Lost song and ultimately defeat her. He took back the power she stole from his godly self, destroying the fake Yugi/Sakuya and disabling her Reverie transformation. A few apologies and a forced reversal of Book of the End later, all things returned to normal.
      • Hearing about this altercation, Copen and Gunvolt both visited the Masaki house and gave them the full story on the Eden organization and their Kill All Humans agenda; furthermore, Kisuke Urahara, a friend of Washu's, gave her the scoop about Tsukishima being a member of a similar organization called Xcution, connecting the dots about his alliance with Zonda.
    • Jiraiya may be a great warrior sage, but his "research" can be very irritating. As such, after an incident where he as a house guest caught Ayeka naked in the bath, he is banned from ever visiting them again.
  • Applies to two or three of the girls:
    • While Ryoko and Ayeka were well known to tussle violently against one another in the past, they came to mellow out eventually. They still have their fights, but after living together long enough to know one another beyond the reckless criminal and the highstrung princess, deep down they do care about each other. In fact, contrary to Ayeka's initial belief that Ryoko was a voluntary enemy of Jurai, both are currently defending Jurai in separate feuds against Saiyans from Universe 7.
      • Ayeka and the Saiyan Prince Vegeta routinely engage in Trash Talk of how utterly baffled they are that the other's race actually benefits from a practice which would be barbaric were it not for their unique genetic differences (the Saiyans being pathological blood knights and the Juraians keeping it in the family). Fortunately, Sasami and Present Trunks can attest that this rivalry is not one of hatred, but of headstrong pride in heritage, with the crown royals sharing an odd form of understanding and mutual respect from this bickering.
      • Ryoko, on ther other hand, once came across genuine disrespect from the Saiyan Army towards Jurai (e.g. Paragus calling them the "inbred gardeners of outer space") and promptly rebutted to shut them up with how their rigid caste system and marauder customs caused them to be by and large incapable of accepting anomalies. Bardock has shown respect for Ryoko's strength and loyalty, and Turles admires her rejection of caste politics, but both will stand for their race against her; Nappa, Raditz, and Paragus simply hate her guts.
    • The house mostly has a friendly relationship with Androids 17 and 18, especially after learning that they were normal humans modified against their will by Dr. Gero. However, Washu and Ayeka are the ones who are friendliest to the twins after Washu once tricked them into entering her lab so she could study them. Curious about the Earth technology that would allow them to encroach on the powers of galactic emperors and Physical Gods, Washu instead became more personally nurturing to them after learning that they were former teenage runaways. The princess encountered them in the lab while Washu was preoccupied and, after figuring out what was going on, decided to converse with them. Finding several admirable traits in each of the android siblings, she quickly befriended them. While they refuse to accept Washu's mothering, they do appreciate the ladies' care.
    • Ryoko and Washu both despise Ragyo Kiryuin, seeing her as what would happen if Washu was as amoral as Kagato. Washu goes so far as to declare Ragyo a disgrace to science. Ragyo counters that Washu isn't much better due to her own tendency to create destructive things, ignoring that said reputation is rather exaggerated (mostly based on her Universe self).
    • Noike left the GP and became a fixture in Jurai after being adopted by Lady Seto, so she isn't always available to accompany Mihoshi. Thanks to Kiyone tracking her down and becoming a herald of the Masaki House, Mihoshi now has someone to accompany her whenever Noike is busy with other matters (or all three's presence is required). Unsurprisingly, both are frequently irritated with her blundering, though Noike is as much if not more annoyed by Mihoshi's affectionate personality in addition to that and is the harsher of the two in dealing with her. That said, they've both come to simmer down over time. Kiyone has mellowed out to about her Universe temperament, and Noike's disposition is more consistently sunny since integrating into the house and openly engaging Tenchi.
  • Applies to Tenchi:
    • Since his ascension, Katsuhito occasionally accompanies and guides Tenchi on certain travels related to his growth into a suitable Shinto priest and future Prince of Jurai.
    • Even if nobody cared, or let alone look at Tenchi, he's shown to be quite a good fighter on his own, seemingly always able to adapt and overpower his enemies. For example, he can actually survive being cut in half in the middle of space, and is the only person who can generate pure energy constructs called Light Hawk Wings without the aid of a Royal Treeship, using them as either sword or shield. On that note, Katsuhito trained him in sword fighting as part of his Shinto discipline — specifically the Jurai Royal Family house style of swordsmanship.
      • Since entering the Pantheon, Katsuhito has taken him to see other swordmasters, such as Luke Skywalker and Kenshi Takahashi, for further instruction so that he can refine the Juraian house style and make it all his own. (Fun fact, the latter actually shares the same given name as Tenchi's half brother.) This training highly benefited him in the battle with Zonda.
    • It should go without saying that Tenchi is considered an inspiration to many young heroes who find themselves at the center of a harem with otherworldly and powerful ladies. Of those, he occasionally commiserates with Mahiro over the sometimes-unwanted attention they get, which started even before 21 brought the girls in; sighs tiredly at Issei's "Harem King" antics and hero-worship of him but ultimately respects the guy's determination to protect his women; finds Touma to be good company for his headstrong sense of situational right and wrong, to which Touma is relieved that this kami doesn't hate him; and, while he's openly friends with Kimihito, does not plan on getting dragged into sharing every unlucky situation the guy gets into with his people-pleasing and workaholic tendencies.
      • Issei once offered Tenchi a spot in the Chick Magnet Quartet, seeing him as a pioneer of the trait. While Tenchi declined, he is willing to help them free their former co-founder Negi Springfield from the clutches of The Mage of the Beginning, as he can relate to Negi's childhood circumstances quite a bit. Time will tell what comes of this.
    • As young scholar/heroes with great potential whose worlds became known in similar eras, Tenchi is good friends with Son Gohan. Both also know what it's like to have the interest of several girls in their high school years. Difference being Gohan was able to find a single lady to connect with, as he's not in a harem series.
      • Related to this, Tenchi, Katsuhito, and the Son family largely stay out of the Vegeta vs. Jurai squabbles. In addition to Tenchi's friendship with Gohan, Goku gets along swimmingly with both Tenchi and Katsuhito. He often encourages Tenchi to never stop growing and occasionally relates to Katsuhito, sharing wisdom from their experiences as refugees from alien cultures who formed stable lives on Earth.
    • Through the conflict involving Washu and her divine sisters Tsunami and Tokimi, the truth would be revealed to Tenchi at last. He's an incarnation of the supreme god above the Choushin who created their universe, the Being of Heaven and Earth, Kami Tenchi. Remarkably, even women outside his original harem are giving him a second look. Prior to his harem's ascension, he couldn't decide which of the Goddesses he likes the most. After they've joined him, he still can't. This is probably why he just took all of them. His true divine nature also has some wondering what relationship he might have to Cosmos and Ilúvatar.
    • Kyu Sugardust has told Tenchi that she's proud of him for being able to fall in love with and marry a bunch of attractive girls without needing any help from her. Alexstrasza, who at one point in the past had several mates (as did her fellow dragon aspects), finds it funny that it was an ordinary-seeming young man like Tenchi who would mass-marry his way into the trope seat.
    • Superman, while not omnipotent, is another visitor from another world much like Tenchi's progenitors who's capable of pushing past the impossible whenever necessary to do good. They bond over the fact that they would rather live simple common lives than be eternally hailed as either a superhero or royalty, but are grateful to be as Strong as They Need to Be on a regular basis to protect those they love.
    • While the latest Persona Wild Cards' situation wouldn't quite be considered a harem, their entourages do include several girls who they could woo. Neither considers being romantic with all of said girls to be a suitable option (though Joker is certainly capable of trying), but they do see how they can learn from the way Tenchi treats his women no matter who (if anyone) they decide to go with.
    • Seems to be polar opposites with Domon, the perpetually-irritated fighter to Tenchi's consummate nice guy. Somehow the two became friends. Turns out, Cell once tried to eliminate Tenchi with the help of The Fallen... and it was Domon who evened the odds.
  • Applies to Ryoko:
    • The statute of limitations on her crimes ran out while she was imprisoned in Yosho's cave, so Jurai and the Galaxy Police aren't going after her anymore. Despite this, organizations from other planets have decided to keep the bounty on her head. One example is the case of the Galactic Empire, with Boba Fett, the God of Bounty Hunters, considering her his greatest quarry after the Skywalkers. The Mandalorian mercenary has tried several times to capture her, with miserly results.
    • Once bumped into a girl whose hair and clothes were a combination of navy blue and red, and ended up picking a fight with her. And then she saw how the girl's battle transformation saw her turn her sentient sailor fuku into basically armored lingerie, becoming impressed at her shamelessness. The two fought ferociously for a few minutes, respecting each other's strength as time went on, until she realized the girl was talking about "Life Fibers" while calling her attacks. Ryoko stopped the fight and asked her name, getting back the answer of Ryuko Matoi — which made her the strong rebellious test subject Ragyo had cast aside and left for dead. Ryoko introduced herself to the girl and explained how she can empathize, befriending Matoi. The two meet up once a week to spar and then hang out. Ryoko is fairly protective of Ryuko, refusing to let any scientists — including her own mother — run tests on the girl if she can help it. Ryuko is grateful to have someone watching her back.
    • (Yuugi Hoshiguma)
    • She often shares drinks with Tsunade at Moe's Tavern. While their backgrounds are obviously very different, the two women relate to each other through their similar blunt-lady attitude. Sometimes this leads to them sniping at each other, but even then it's a good way to let off some steam.
    • (Marik Ishtar)
    • (Balthier)
    • As a strong, sexy, outwardly confident woman who goes after what she wants, Ann Takamaki considers Ryoko an inspiration. To no one's surprise, she soaked up that praise once she heard about it. However, she did follow up by going to see Ann and find out more about her. She came away friends with a very cool and spirited high school girl who happens to have a few issues with inner guilt and situational confidence.
    • The Devil Caller met the intrigue of Jeanne, given the similarity to the Umbra Witches in her ability to summon and control demons. Ryoko decided she liked Jeanne's style, but didn't understand the whole deal with contracts so she declined getting involved in the Platinum Knight's "magical mumbo-jumbo".
  • Applies to Ayeka:
    • (Princess Zelda)
    • (Leia Organa)
    • Despite her best attempts to portray a Proper Lady out of her sense of duty, Ayeka has a crazier side of her own. There's her obvious short temper which Ryoko and Vegeta often inflame, for one thing. Then there's a rumor based on a certain Image Song hinting that she might be into S&M.
      • Naga likes to tease her about hiding her dark side, to which Ayeka tends to angrily retort that at least she maintains an air of class like a crown princess should. This contrast of perspective fuels a rivalry between the Juraian and the sorceress.
      • Akasha would like to capture Ayeka and try and make her a disciple, since taking a Juraian Crown Princess as her underling would do great for business. Mileena, meanwhile, wants to share a "dance" with Ayeka and see how much the battle can exhilarate the two of them before either eliminating her or handing her to Akasha. Ayeka wants nothing to do with either of these evil ladies.
      • Hearing that the Queen of Pain has a Good Counterpart in the form of two ordinary human women, Ayeka has visited Ally and Lisa to affirm her protection and offer any help they may need. Rumor exists that these visits also involve some practice for Tenchi...
      • (Haru Okumura)
    • (Mitsuru Kirijo)
  • Applies to Sasami:
    • Long before she and Ayeka came to Earth, actually during Ryoko and Ryo-Ohki's attack on Jurai, Sasami took a critical fall and woke up to find she was fused with Tsunami, one of the Choushin goddesses. She believed that the real Sasami had died that day and that the link was the result of her being a clone made to continue Sasami's existence, and lived with a lingering fear that Ayeka would hate her if this were discovered. However, during a short stay at a house belonging to a human relative of Tenchi's, she tearfully broke down, at which point Tsunami appeared and explained that she was the real Sasami and the fusion had barely saved her life.
    • Sasami's role in the House is similar to that of a lady-in-waiting. While she knows she won't be the first one to land Tenchi, she doesn't lament her status, instead using her free time to fight evil.
    • Is a huge fan of Magical Girls, and has had dreams of being one. Those dreams came true in another dimension which may or may not have been created through her link with Tsunami. As such, she gets along famously with most of the Sailor Guardians, especially Sailor Moon, Sailor Venus, and Sailor Chibi Moon.
      • Happy to find out that Android 21 had paid her kindness forward and helped the Masaki House ascend, Chibiusa visited them and actually made fast friends with Sasami. While Sasami is rather sensible and wise beyond her apparent years and Chibiusa is more prone to getting into trouble, both of the centuries-old children met each other's personalities with ease. Usagi suggests Sasami may be a good influence on Chibiusa, while Ayeka worries the latter may happen instead.
      • Minako actually wants to help her discover a way to achieve the Pretty Sammy transformation in the Pantheon so that she can train her in using those powers for good.
    • Having Prophetic Dreams, she is incredibly wary of Atropos, Nightmare, Freddy Krueger, and is outright afraid of Vaermina. These are beings who can attack her in her dreams, make her dream of her worst fears, or even gain power through her nightmares. If any trace of them or their effects appear in her derams, she will know that she is a target.
    • (Steven Universe)
    • (Vivio Takamachi)
    • (Lacus Clyne)
    • Following the Zonda incident, she discovered that there was a Yugi in the Pantheon. It wasn't a girl from Jurai, though, but rather a boy with strange multi-colored hair who was known as the King of Games, along with his darker counterpart known as the Pharaoh. She and the duelist each take well to one another's honesty and good heart, and she likens his link to the Pharaoh as similar to her ties to Tsunami, although she recognizes that Atem is Yugi's past life, not a patron god he's meant to assimilate with like Tsunami.
      • After awhile Yugi told Sasami of his Spherium project, a holographic fighting game using the same ancient creatures that mark their presence in both the Shadow Games and Duel Monsters. While not as tech savvy as Washu or Seto Kaiba, she has enough practical wisdom to offer occasional advice.
  • Applies to Ryo-Ohki:
    • Aside from her typical cabbit form, she can also shapeshift into a powerful, ferocious red and black battleship, as well as a cat-skinned kid Ryoko lookalike. Apparently that latter form is also supposed to grow up into a partner for Tenchi somehow.
    • Usually greets Goku by biting at his orange gi, or, if he's not wearing it, his hair. Given his name and her love of carrots, this is not surprising.
    • (Luna)
    • (Morgana)
    • (Shantak-kun)
  • Applies to Mihoshi:
    • From the planet Seniwa, Mihoshi is a member of the prestigious Kuramitsu family, the second most powerful family in the Galactic Union behind only the Royal Family of Jurai. The Kuramitsu's primary locus of power is their leadership of the Galaxy Police, of which Mihoshi is a Detective First Class.
    • At first glance, Mihoshi usually appears to be nothing more than a bumbling blonde burden to any team around her, causing some to question how she could've ever made the Galaxy Police. However, there is evidence of her being highly competent underneath all of the chaos, and it's assumed her current state is the result of being overworked. For one thing, her reports, while lacking in structure, are obscenely filled with detail to the point it can take days to decipher them. Also, let it be known that the story of the "ultra-energy matter" caper, while highly exaggerated, does have its basis in fact.
    • In reality, what caused her downfall from one of the GP's finest officers was a mysterious incident that left her shell-shocked, rumored to be either a suicide attempt over a lost love or accidentally wandering into a distortion zone. Either way, she is now completely unable to focus on a single train of thought and her clumsiness has been the source of many small calamities. This at one point caused her to be demoted to Detective Second Class, though she later regained her rank alongisde Noike. What she lacks in coherence nowadays she makes up for in such sheer miraculous luck that it may in fact be a subconscious form of reality warping. Magneto in particular wonders if it might be connected to his daughter's ability to manipulate probability.
    • Despite agreeing with everyone else about the Androids, Mihoshi gets creeped out at the twins' coordination when they fight together, saying they look like one person in two when they're beating people up.
    • (Osaka)
    • (Caitlyn)
    • (Vi)
    • (Mako Mankanshoku)
    • As the most prominent representative of the Galaxy Police, Mihoshi is also supported by space-patrolling superheroes such as Nova, the Guardians of the Galaxy, and the various ascended Green Lanterns. Most like her well enough due to her gung-ho heroic attitude, but her careless blunders do tend to irritate Gamora and Kilowog when there's serious work to be done.
  • Applies to Washu:
    • This harem outdoes any and all others in strangeness due to one simple reason. Everyone. Is. Related. And ironically, it's really through Washu that the dots can all be connected. She is a member of the same sisterhood of goddesses as Sasami's divine fusee Tsunami, who scattered her powers into gems and gave herself a new human life in order to relearn everything and married into the Kuramitsu family and bore a son within that life, linking her directly to both the Galaxy Police and the Jurai Royal Family. Later, through experiments with a living clay species called Masu, she created Ryoko using her own ovum, Ryo-Ohki with some type of mineral lifeform, and a clone of her missing best friend Naja Akara. The clone took on a male body and rejected all female traits, thus becoming Kagato, while said traits eventually combined into the girl that would become Noike. And why did she scatter her powers and restart her life to relearn everything? To prove there was a being beyond the Choushin. As elaborated above, she and her sisters discovered said being within Tenchi.
    • While Washu focuses more on biological engineering and organic technology, she did build an impenetrable space battleship. As such, following the event with Optimus and Omnimon she paid a visit to the House of Technology, wanting to see more of what the multiverse can do with steel and information. She ended up finding friendly connections at both Rockbell Automail and Stark Tower, giving advice to Winry and Pinako as to how to make their automail sturdier as well as being thoroughly astonished by Tony's ability to create an arc reactor that could power both his pierced heart and a superpowered suit of armor with very limited resources and space to work with.
      • She also met Tabane Shinonono, who shares many similarities to both herself and Tony, and while the two get along just fine, Washu was quick to pick up on Tabane's manipulative streak and is trying to teach her to be less of a jerk about her maneuvers. On top of that, she's taken the similarly-boastful boy genius Dexter on as a pupil of sorts as well as matched wits with fellow cloning expert and social caste defier Jade Curtiss.
      • That said, there are also many morally bankrupt scientists she's either encountered or heard about. Aside from the aforementioned Ragyo, Xehanort, and Dr. Gero, the list includes Shou Tucker, Dr. Weil, Ghetsis, Relius, Mesogog, Sengoku, Professor Hojo, and Davros. All of them, to her, are either insane or petty in their aims and give science a bad name. Ghetsis, Relius, Hojo, Tucker, and Davros in particular are also guilty of experimenting on their already-existing families. Yes, she's prone to jokingly tormenting Ryoko while examining her, but as someone who gained a family, lost a family, then created a family, scientists crossing the line and hurting their own families in experiments in all callous seriousness is a major Berserk Button for her.
    • While not one for "ginger android" jokes, being a redheaded scientific genius, she finds the existence of a redheaded killer robot amusing. Still, she routinely checks on 16's circuits whenever 21 brings him in, in case he needs any repairs or upgrades.
    • Often competes with Bulma to see who the best beautiful scientist genius is. This despite neither one of them wanting anything to do with the issue between the Saiyans and Jurai. Sometimes 21 will serve as a "referee" whenever they want to make a particular contest "official".
    • Instantly recognized that Mugen Yoguruma was some sort of higher being when they first met. Mugen told her the story of how she made it into the Pantheon, and confirmed Washu's suspicions when she revealed her true identity as The Mage of Yog-Sothoth. The two would go back and forth in a cat-and-mouse surrounding Tenchi's alternate selves, as Mugen hoped to use Universe!Tenchi as a receiver for the power of Yog-Sothoth, but Washu worked with the Time Police to stop this from happening.
    • Contrary to the prediction of many that Washu would join the list of maternal Pantheonic ladies who would take a motherly tone with Naruto Uzumaki, Washu expressed that she respects his mother Kushina, both as such and as a former jinchuriki, too much to ever overstep her bounds.
    • Became very good friends with fellow eccentric scientist Kisuke Urahara, though he's more of an inventor of things like her Universe self. Having bonded over a shared wacky sense of humor, they often trade knowledge back and forth, case and point being him telling her about Shukuro Tsukishima and Xcution. When she told him about the Choushin and the higher dimensions, he mused about comparing Kami Tenchi to the Soul King. Washu assures him there is a world of difference.
  • Applies to Noike:
    • Noike is the adopted daughter of Seto Kamiki Jurai, one of the three higher princesses who behind the scenes possess even more authority than any of the emperors in their universe. In fact it was Lady Seto who had Noike go to the Masaki House with the news that she and Tenchi were in an Arranged Marriage. As things go, she scattered off intimidated by the engagement to an "amazing prince" only to run into Tenchi at the carrot fields and discover on her own that the man she'd been betrothed to was a humble and kind boy.
    • Hard-edged yet earnest, Noike had trouble finding a man who wasn't either afraid of her or opportunistically trying to use her. This, on top of the logistical considerations of all these powerful people packed into a single house, was a primary reason her adopted mother set her up with Tenchi. Her ability to get them all to start doing chores properly and cut down on the hectic brawls has impressed many housekeepers and homemakers, and Flonne considers it a victory that she truly did fall in love with Tenchi as well.
    • Noike is actually the "female half" of Kagato. When the Naja clone took on a male body and discarded the remnants of any female traits he may have had, the remnants formed into a little girl. After being rescued by Tenchi, whose mind had drifted in time, the girl was sent back to the past and later experimented on in a procedure that would regress her into a baby, but had the effect of splitting her memories of her origin into a separate astral consciousness, leaving her a clean slate. Is able to empathize with Sophie and X-23 over these issues.
      • That said, she's past angsting about her origin and childhood. Not only did she meet and come to terms with the "mother" who had put her up for adoption as a child during a Galaxy Police deployment, she later merged with the female Kagato consciousness thanks to Washu breaking a seal that had prevented them from doing so. The consciousness is also very encouraging with regards to Tenchi.
    • As a strong and competent ex-police officer associated with outer space, she fielded offers from both Aqua and Sailor Pluto, for the Delta Cops and the Pantheonic Time Police respectively. Only she began to occasionally take up with Krillin instead, as the former Orin monk turned Dragon Team warrior is a competent cop on his Earth in his spare time.



Kasuga, Goddess of The Immodest Orgasm (Venus)
  • House: Love (Lustful Behavior)
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: The Uesugi Clan Crest, Surrounded by rose petals.
  • Theme Song: Rose
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Absolute Cleavage, Miss Fanservices, Only One Name, Highly-Visible Kunoichis, Luminescent Blushing, Jiggle Physics, Bodyguard Crushes Who Fall In Love with the Mark, Flash Step
  • Domains: War, Beauty, Ninjutsu
  • Allies:
  • Rival: Hattori Hanzo
  • Enemies: Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, Christie, Juri Han, Bryan Fury
  • Opposed by: Etna
  • The lone kunoichi of Sengoku Basara, Kasuga was once tasked with assassinating the War God of the Uesugi Clan, Uesugi Kenshin. However, she fell in love with her target while she was fighting him and mere moments later decided to abandon her mission, and thus her home, in order to serve at his side. She has since earned Kenshin's favor to the point he calls her his "most beautiful blade." Thus, she ascended at the petition of Kenshin. He's very fond of her.
    • When she first appeared in the Pantheon, it was as the Goddess of Absolute Cleavage, due to the V-Cut of her Spy Catsuit leaving very little to the imagination up top. However, her immediate priority was to find her lord, then to visit this house for a romantic date with him. She strongly denied that it was a date at first, naturally, but betrayed her real feelings at Kenshin's praising with an utter show of ecstasy.
  • Was surprised to discover that she's also on Etna's black list.
  • Bang has been very curious how she can effectivly use such dazzling light with her status as a Ninja. Even his own highly visible fire makes sense in combat. Only suddenly the Kasuga he was talking to disappeared in a painful flash of light and the real Kasuga was standing behind him asking if he had any other questions.
  • Since they were not part of the Ninja Shi-Tennou, Kasuga has considered forming her own group with Kasumi. For awhile, no word came from this random bit of inspiration...until one day the two turned up alongside Mai Shiranui and Akali on a rescue mission, saving Helena Douglas from the three-on-one assault of Christie, Bryan and Juri. This group later surfaced again, with the additions of Taki and Kaede Nagase, revealing their official existence as the Kunoichi Rokunin-shuu. That said, she's no fan of visiting Kaede's temple, considering her rival and suitor from the Takeda clan, Sarutobi Sasuke, is Kaede's herald.
    • However, Kasuga briefly disappeared from the Pantheon to attend to Uesugi clan affairs. When she returned, she discovered that Taki had gone missing and Akali's order were taken out, reducing the group to half its number and forcing it to go dark. With her return, the group is active again as the Kunoichi Shinin-shuu. Now Kasuga's primary focus when not serving Kenshin is to aid Kasumi in finding and retrieving Taki.
  • Eventually she became far more infamous for The Immodest Orgasm than for her cleavage, with the omniverse of fiction containing far more examples of the latter than the former. Recognizing that, several deities sought to get her to change temples; while she initially resisted, she was convinced to own the trope when it was pointed out her shameless displays were a sign of her devotion to Kenshin.
  • Kasuga was at least glad that in this Pantheon, she's not being pestered by a certain Sarutobi Sasuke. However, in exchange, she got a rude reckoning when she faced against Hattori Hanzo, whom at first she dismissed as just a tagalong ninja to spot deserters, but he caught her by surprise with precise and no-nonsense ninjutsu. Still, Kasuga managed to hold her ground, earning Hanzo's praise for being at least more serious than a certain peppy kunoichi he knew of—though he insisted her title undermines her practicality as a ninja nonetheless. This hit a rather sore spot for Kasuga, sparking a fast rivalry between the two.
    • She eventually encountered the other Uesugi Kenshin. Unfortunately for her, her advances were pushed aside as he was visibly freaked out by what her title brings about. Kenshin desperately called for his sister Aya to get rid of her, only to have another encounter meeting with the two Kenshins and two Kanetsugus at once (of course, Koei's Kenshin was embarrassed about his more cryptic and more feminine-looking counterpart). The more-serious-looking Dragon of Echigo had never been so scarred in his life, let alone bewildered. Kasuga hopes to maybe be in bed with the other Kenshin one day, but Kenshin openly dislikes her for her "outbursts" and wonders how she's a ninja in the first place. Oddly enough, Kasuga's not offended...

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  • The Pantheon Theme Titles database, which I plan on using to establish a framework for alternate theme song titles in the Pantheon for sources such as multiplayer video games where every notable or playable character has theme music but they're all just called "Theme of [character]". Normally when this happens, there will be some source item or reference within the game that is common to every character with a theme, giving us something to work with as a go-to for theme titles. This is intended to serve as a directory showing when this strategy is applied to make things a little more interesting than "This" or "Theme of [character]" or "His/Her [game] Theme".
  • Retooling how Professional Wrestling is treated in the Pantheon, so that wrestlers have more of a unified continuity that accounts for their whole careers and allows them to fit more coherently with the Pantheon itself, rather than their time in WWE (if any) being set apart from everything else. This includes the following:
    • Wrestlers' histories are retooled to be more coherent, rather than their time in WWE being treated as entirely separate from anything else, including playing around with the time periods in which they used certain names. For example, Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns got their famous WWE ring names straight in developmental (Ambrose and Rollins in FCW, Reigns in NXT), but in the Pantheon's history their names only changed when they became The Shield. Likewise, Ambrose returned to Jon Moxley by leaving WWE, but here it came by leaving The Shield, with his departure from WWE occurring after the fact. The WWE name of Rollins' Irish follower, Finn Bálor, only applies to his demon form in the Pantheon; in his regular state he is still known as Prince Devitt. Andrade "Cien" Almas has always been Andrade "Cien" Almas; La Sombra was simply his Masked Luchador identity.
    • Writing Around Trademarks is no longer in effect for stable and tag team names. For example, The Club in WWE (The OC, Bálor Club, etc.) is Bullet Club in all but name, so they will be treated as Bullet Club just like the active NJPW members, with Karl Anderson and Luke "DOC" Gallows using the off-brand name(s) as a tag team. (The Elite are their own faction apart from Bullet Club, but will be referenced as having been part of the group at one point.) Angelina Love and Velvet Sky will remain known as The Beautiful People, with The Allüre being a secondary branding name. If the Dudley Boyz are ever ascended, they will be referred to as the Dudley Boyz through their entire careers, including the time in TNA; Team 3D will simply be the name of their wrestling academy. "Brother Ray" and "Bully Ray" will be nicknames for Bubba Ray Dudley, while "Brother Devon" would be a nickname for D-Von Dudley, with "Devon" being a case of Spell My Name with an "S".
    • Aside from the actual ascension of wrestlers within the Pantheon, most of these changes can be seen within the Trope Wrestling Federation, an updated version of the current Pantheon Wrestling Federation which serves as a wrestling version of Toku Base as well as a way to fill out a complete roster of wrestling brands with shows witnessed by the Pantheon. PWF Championships will all have a special condition that one must be a former holder of a real promotion equivalent title in order to be an eligible contender, with current champions gaining higher consideration for modern-era titles.

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  • [Potential/New] House: Name of the candidate House for this deity (plus specific Subhouse(s), if any are involved)
  • Rank: This can range from Quasideity, Demigod, Lesser God, Intermediate God, Greater God, to Overdeity. This doesn't always have to be a representation of power, but it can also represent influence in the Pantheon.
  • Symbol: An image or icon used to represent the deity.
  • Theme Song: Song that usually is used in affiliation with the character. If the deity is a musician this will most likely be their Signature Song. If possible, give a link for reference, preferably on YouTube.
  • Alignment: Good, evil, neutral etc. Forget about The Great Character Alignment Debate here, the Pantheon is one of the few places where you can assign Dungeons & Dragons alignment to characters that don't have alignment system. After all, the Pantheon is based on D&D.
  • Portfolio: Tropes associated with the character.
  • Domains: Things that the character has influence over.
  • Herald: Like High Priests, they're non-ascended loyal characters, but they're from the same series as the ascended character rather than being replacements.
  • High Priest: Non-ascended, but loyal character that would make a worthy replacement in case something would happen. They can be served as part-time workers in case the originals are busy with some jobs. Co-Godhood is accepted depending on the approval of the originals.
  • Followers: Non-ascended characters that are not part of the Pantheon, but would probably worship this character by the fact that they share the ascended character's trope.
  • Allies: Members of the Pantheon that are allies.
  • Rivals: Members of the Pantheon that are rivals.
  • Enemies: Members of the Pantheon that are foes.
  • Additional Character Relationships: Members of the Pantheon that have various relationships (examples include Enemy Mine, Vitriolic Best Buds, Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, Headbutting Heroes, Friendly Enemy, Friendly Rivalry, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Respected by/Respects: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon respect or are respected by.
  • Pitied by/Pities: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon feel pity for or find pitiable.
  • Opposed by/Opposes: Not necessarily the same as "Enemies", but this is used for any deity whom the members of the Pantheon directly opposes or is opposed by, regardless of alignment.
  • Conflicting Opinion: Sometimes, the Deities argue over specific themes and philosophies.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
  • And some more trivia/facts.
  • And a couple of more.

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