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    The Joker (Rework) 
God X, God/dess of (Insert Trope Here) (Alternate names/Nicknames, Fan Nickname)
  • An image, if possible. Please use official art or a screenshot for a picture.
  • Potential House:
  • Rank: This can range from Quasideity, Demigod, Lesser God, Intermediate God, Greater God, to Overdeity, based on representation of power.
  • Symbol: An image or icon used to represent the deity.
  • Theme Song: Official song (in other words, no fan music, regardless of quality) 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.
  • For Pokémon deities only:
    • Gender: Defines the gender of the Pokémon; if genderless, it instead defines what gender they identify as.
    • Ability: Provides the Pokémon's ability. If they can Mega Evolve, the new ability is listed as well.
    • Moves: Defines the four moves used by a Pokémon. A Z-Move may also be listed.
  • Portfolio: Tropes associated with the character.
  • Domains: Things that the character has influence over.
  • Herald: Non-ascended loyal character that is from the same series as the ascended character.
  • High Priest: Non-ascended like heralds, but not from the same series, and can serve as 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, usually if the co-deity is from the same series.
  • 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 Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Partner: Defines a partnership with an ascended deity and Pokémon.
  • Feared by/Fears: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon notably fear or are feared by.
  • Respected by/Respects: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon respect or are respected by.
  • 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 (basically the opposite of "Respects"), regardless of alignment.
  • Pitied by/Pities: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon feel pity for or are found pitiable by.
  • Conflicting Opinion: Sometimes, the Deities argue over specific themes and philosophies.
  • Add the Intro. The intro is made up of two trivia, the Ascension Text (or just the Ascension) and The Bio. Both are necessary, but which order you use for them may vary depending on the profile in question. It may be better for one profile to have The Bio first and the Ascension second or vice-versa, although for the most part the order is irrelevant:
    • The Ascension Text: This the story of how the character got into the Pantheon and/or was ascended. There are many ways for this to happen. They may be tricked into it or have simply wandered into the Pantheon, they may have had an already ascended character bring them in, they may already be in the Pantheon (via being another deity's Herald or sharing a trope) and got "promoted", or some combination of the above. Anything is possible in the Pantheon, so use your imagination, but try to incorporate their trope into the story, if possible.
    • The Bio: A brief synopsis on the character's backstory. No need for the character's entire life/production history, but just give enough that those who don't know the character can get an idea of how the character works.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
  • And some more trivia/facts.
  • And a couple of more.

The Joker, God of Evil Laughter (Mistah J, the Clown Prince of Crime, Puddin' [by Harley Quinn], Red Hood, Red Hood One, The Card With No Number, Jester of Genocide, the Comeback King, Harlequin of Hate, The Clown At Midnight, The Man Who Laughs, Agent of Chaos, Domino Killer, Gravedigger, Joe Kerr, Oberon Sexton, The Fool, Gelos, The Pale Man, Detective Joker, Laughing Man, Emperor Joker, Jack Napier, Eric Border, Jeremiah Valeska(?), Maurice P. Joker, Arthur Fleck, John Doe)

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    Kisara (Original) 
Kisara, Goddess of Occult Blue Eyes (Maiden with Eyes of Blue)
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As the Maiden with Eyes of Blue 
  • Potential House: Eye Colors
  • Original: March 1st, 2021
  • Rank: Quasideity (Lesser God as the Maiden with Eyes of Blue with potential for Intermediate God or above as the Blue-Eyes White Dragon or one of its counterparts)
  • Symbol: Her own blue eyes and white hair, the Blue-Eyes White Dragon (both the card and the dragon itself)
  • Theme Song: Kisara, Blue-Eyes White Dragon, Summon the Dragon
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Albinos Are Freaks, Mystical White Hair is a Reincarnation-Identifying Trait, Reincarnation Romance with Priest Seto and Seto Kaiba, An Inexplicably Awesome Mysterious Waif and MacGuffin Super Person who is Blessed with Suck with the spirit of a LIGHT Dragon, Heroic Sacrifice leads to Died in Your Arms Tonight
  • Domains: Blue eyes, Power, Light, Dragons
  • Herald: The Blue-Eyes archetype (and related cards not technically part of the archetype, such as Azure-Eyes Silver Dragon and Deep-Eyes White Dragon) and with Eyes of Blue series
  • High Priest: Jace Beleren
  • Followers: Mara, Leon, Illyria, Puka, Isabeau "Bo" Dennis, White Walkers, Draugr
  • Allies: Yugi Muto and Yami Yugi
  • Friendly Rivals: Dark Magician Girl
  • 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 Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Partner: Defines a partnership with an ascended deity and Pokémon.
  • 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.
  • Add the Intro. The intro is made up of two trivia, the Ascension Text (or just the Ascension) and The Bio. Both are necessary, but which order you use for them may vary depending on the profile in question. It may be better for one profile to have The Bio first and the Ascension second or vice-versa, although for the most part the order is irrelevant:
    • The Ascension Text: This the story of how the character got into the Pantheon and/or was ascended. There are many ways for this to happen. They may be tricked into it or have simply wandered into the Pantheon, they may have had an already ascended character bring them in, they may already be in the Pantheon (via being another deity's Herald or sharing a trope) and got "promoted", or some combination of the above. Anything is possible in the Pantheon, so use your imagination, but try to incorporate their trope into the story, if possible.
    • The Bio: A brief synopsis on the character's backstory. No need for the character's entire life/production history, but just give enough that those who don't know the character can get an idea of how the character works.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
  • And some more trivia/facts.
  • And a couple of more.

    Shiho Sannomiya (Original) 
Shiho Sannomiya, Goddess of Upgrade Artifacts (Alternate names/Nicknames, Fan Nickname)
  • An image, if possible. Please use official art or a screenshot for a picture.
  • Potential House:
  • Original: June 17
  • Rank: This can range from Quasideity, Demigod, Lesser God, Intermediate God, Greater God, to Overdeity, based on representation of power.
  • Symbol: An image or icon used to represent the deity.
  • Theme Song: Official song (in other words, no fan music, regardless of quality) 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.
  • Gender: For Pokémon deities only. Defines the gender of the Pokémon; if genderless, it instead defines what gender they identify as.
  • Ability: Provides the Pokémon's ability. If they can Mega Evolve, the new ability is listed as well.
  • Moves: Defines the four moves used by a Pokémon. A Z-Move may also be listed.
  • Portfolio: Tropes associated with the character.
  • Domains: Things that the character has influence over.
  • Herald: Non-ascended loyal character that is from the same series as the ascended character.
  • High Priest: Non-ascended like heralds, but not from the same series, and can serve as 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, usually if the co-deity is from the same series.
  • 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 Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Partner: Defines a partnership with an ascended deity and Pokémon.
  • 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.
  • Add the Intro. The intro is made up of two trivia, the Ascension Text (or just the Ascension) and The Bio. Both are necessary, but which order you use for them may vary depending on the profile in question. It may be better for one profile to have The Bio first and the Ascension second or vice-versa, although for the most part the order is irrelevant:
    • The Ascension Text: This the story of how the character got into the Pantheon and/or was ascended. There are many ways for this to happen. They may be tricked into it or have simply wandered into the Pantheon, they may have had an already ascended character bring them in, they may already be in the Pantheon (via being another deity's Herald or sharing a trope) and got "promoted", or some combination of the above. Anything is possible in the Pantheon, so use your imagination, but try to incorporate their trope into the story, if possible.
    • The Bio: A brief synopsis on the character's backstory. No need for the character's entire life/production history, but just give enough that those who don't know the character can get an idea of how the character works.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
  • And some more trivia/facts.
  • And a couple of more.

    Zeus/Jupiter 
Zeus, God of Lightning Smiting (Jupiter)
  • An image, if possible. Please use official art or a screenshot for a picture.
  • Potential House: No Change (Electricity)
  • Rework: May 4, 2021
  • Rank: This can range from Quasideity, Demigod, Lesser God, Intermediate God, Greater God, to Overdeity, based on representation of power.
  • Symbol: An image or icon used to represent the deity.
  • Theme Song: Official song (in other words, no fan music, regardless of quality) 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.
  • For Pokémon deities only:
    • Gender: Defines the gender of the Pokémon; if genderless, it instead defines what gender they identify as.
    • Ability: Provides the Pokémon's ability. If they can Mega Evolve, the new ability is listed as well.
    • Moves: Defines the four moves used by a Pokémon. A Z-Move may also be listed.
  • Portfolio: Tropes associated with the character.
  • Domains: Things that the character has influence over.
  • Herald: Non-ascended loyal character that is from the same series as the ascended character.
  • High Priest: Non-ascended like heralds, but not from the same series, and can serve as 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, usually if the co-deity is from the same series.
  • 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 Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Partner: Defines a partnership with an ascended deity and Pokémon.
  • Feared by/Fears: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon notably fear or are feared by.
  • Respected by/Respects: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon respect or are respected by.
  • 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 (basically the opposite of "Respects"), regardless of alignment.
  • Pitied by/Pities: A deity whom the members of the Pantheon feel pity for or are found pitiable by.
  • Conflicting Opinion: Sometimes, the Deities argue over specific themes and philosophies.
  • Add the Intro. The intro is made up of two trivia, the Ascension Text (or just the Ascension) and The Bio. Both are necessary, but which order you use for them may vary depending on the profile in question. It may be better for one profile to have The Bio first and the Ascension second or vice-versa, although for the most part the order is irrelevant:
    • The Ascension Text: This the story of how the character got into the Pantheon and/or was ascended. There are many ways for this to happen. They may be tricked into it or have simply wandered into the Pantheon, they may have had an already ascended character bring them in, they may already be in the Pantheon (via being another deity's Herald or sharing a trope) and got "promoted", or some combination of the above. Anything is possible in the Pantheon, so use your imagination, but try to incorporate their trope into the story, if possible.
    • The Bio: A brief synopsis on the character's backstory. No need for the character's entire life/production history, but just give enough that those who don't know the character can get an idea of how the character works.
  • Now add some random trivia/facts about events/alignments/moments/fights/friendships/relations etc.
  • And some more trivia/facts.
  • And a couple of more.

——

(Zen, Jupiter, Jove, Taranis, Sky Father, King of Olympus, King Of The Gods, Lord of the Sky, Lord of Heaven, Ruler, Space Combat Annihilator-Type Mobile Fortress)

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Zeus, in "dark and ruthless" mode
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Zeus, in "neutral" mode
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Zeus, in "slightly more family-friendly combat" mode
  • Greater God (potential Overdeity when he goes One-Winged Angel)
  • Symbol: A bolt of Lightning over the Aegis Shield.
  • Theme Song: "Heart Of Gaia", Disturbances - The One Called from Beyond, also This
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral or Lawful Evil, depending on one's point of view. Officially, he's Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Badass Beard, Badass Baritone, being rather attractive during his younger days, Mean Dieties, Having his way with many women and a few men, Being able to turn into Thunder and Tempest incarnate, ruling over many other gods, Not paying attention during parenting classes, The Casanova, Improbable Aiming Skills and of course Bolt of Divine Retribution
  • Domains: Lust, Thunder, Power
  • Followers: Most of the gods in Mount Olympus yet to enter the Trope Pantheons, Ramuh, Thunderbringer
  • Allies: Hercules, Jak, Aphrodite, Vulcan, Rubick, Poseidon
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with: Thor, Eren Jaeger (Due to his titan nature), Most Radiant Heroes, Makoto Yuki and Kotone Shiomi, the other Zeus
  • Rivals: Allfather Odin and the Norse Deities, Amaterasu
  • Enemies: KRATOS!, Isaac Clarke, the majority of the House of Love, Both incarnations of Hades, The Colossi, Sun Wukong, Daxter, ANY mortal that gets on his bad side, Annie Leonhart, Reiner Braun, Bertholt Hoover, Shub-Niggurath
  • Despite his new position amongst the gods of the Pantheon, he rarely visits this place for two main reasons. The first being that he doesn't like to share power with the other gods, instead, bossing around the other Olympians as he sits on his golden throne. The other reason being that Kratos nearly destroyed the entire House of Nature when he found out about his recent ascension. The few times he does appear is when it's time for a fight, when he feels to get it on with members in the House of Love or when he keeps fighting his son for the Blade of Olympus.
  • Not many members of the House of Love look forward to his visits. If Panty Anarchy (One of the few women who can stand him) is to be believed, he might be an amazing lover who knows how to take charge, but he does NOT take no for an answer. And he has a REALLY bad habit of never wearing protection, leading to him having MANY illegitimate children!
    • And to make matters WORSE, he doesn't miss out on the chance to get it on with some male deities as well. Just ask Akio Ohtori and Abe Takakazu about their unfortunate experiences with him!
  • Over time, with multiple facets of himself, Zeus found himself possessing several versions of himself. If he's feeling particularly angered and decides to deliver fatal punishment, he reverts to the 'dark, ruthless mode', which was what Kratos faced. If he's feeling more even-tempered, but not exactly happy (e.g: Neutral), he reverts to the 'neutral' mode, which is the form he took in the Battleground of the Gods. If he feels rather joyous, but still can afford a bit more happy thunder blasting, he reverts to his 'slightly more family-friendly combat', which is seen in the Fields of the Ancients (which is why he thought 'emulating Mario's jump' is a jolly idea). But Zeus also has his ways for good publicity, the 'totes family friendly' mode. Though this still doesn't win him as many fans as he expected, because the last always comes at the expense of Hades.
  • Go ahead. Bring up that time he lost to a mortal who didn't even know that he was a Greek God. Or that time he went into a week-long coma after sleeping with Morinth. The ashes of the last schmuck who tried to shove it in his face are still smoldering somewhere in the pits of Tartarus.
  • Zeus might be one of the best marksmen in the entire Pantheon, considering how he can hit the smallest of targets with his lightning bolts from the sky-high tops of Olympus, even with clouds blocking his sight.
  • Though he sure as hell won't be winning any Father of the Year awards any time soon, it is important to note that he does care for Hercules enough to throw bolts of thunder against most people who try to harm him. It's one of his more positive traits, to say the least.
  • While it's not unclear how powerful Zeus' lightning bolts can be when he's at full strength or when he decides to become Thunder and Tempest Incarnate, it was proven by the House of Technology that at times they can reach up to 21 thousand gigawatts.
  • Whenever Zeus and Kratos do fight (mostly over trying to get their hands on the Blade of Olympus), most of the other members of the Pantheon do everything in their power to limit or repair the damage as quickly as possible while evacuating any weaker inhabitant from the area. The reason for this dire security measure is because the last time Kratos and Zeus were locked in mortal combat, it ended with the destruction of the entire world!
  • Has piqued an interest in Asura and his fighting skills, but is advised against making any moves on his daughter Mithra.
  • Zeus has a very uneasy relationship with the Nordic God of Thunder, Thor, mostly over how they treat their followers. Where the Odinson is willing to fight and die for his people and allies in a heartbeat in order to protect them from any threat, Zeus on the other hand barely lifts a finger when his followers are slaughtered by the hundreds. In fact, he's perfectly willing to screw over all of them for the slightest of offenses. Give him the bad part of a buffalo? Your entire people go without fire. Claim that you're a better lover than him? Your entire continent goes infertile. Say that his beard looks stupid? The entire planet goes hairless and unattractive.
  • Whenever the Olympic Games take place, he is always seen watching every single sport take place in the House of Sports, thinking that they are carried out in order to pay him tribute. The other gods who partake in the Olympic Games simply play along in order to get him out of their hair for a while, knowing that these games are a massive case of Serious Business for him. In fact, he takes it so seriously that he even tries to stop many gods from the House of War to carry out their jobs during these seasons. Any interruption of the Olympic Games will strike a nerve that is best avoided.
  • His relationship with his brother, Hades, has become VERY confused ever since they both joined the Pantheon. When they are in the realm of Olympus, Greece, Italy or Rome, they tend to have a proper brotherhood (or at least as proper as the Olympian gods can get). However, the moment they meet on the grounds of the Pantheon, Hades becomes far more prone to betrayal and Zeus becomes far more paranoid against his older brother. In fact, he even tends to forget that Hades is supposed to be older than him whenever they met in the Pantheon. The strange effect wears off the moment they return to their original realms. They try not to talk about it during family meetings.
  • Recently, Zeus decided to put his feud with Kratos on hold and tried to be a good father by taking him on a day out. Unfortunately, Zeus' plan did not succeed, because he did that while wearing his 'dark ruthless' form and Kratos still hates his guts (granted, not that Kratos would ever show mercy to his other forms). On the bright side, Jak was looking for a father figure of his own, which resulted in Zeus and Jak forming a father-son relationship of their own. Jak is one of the few gods unaffiliated with Disney who is able to see Zeus' more positive side.
    • Unsurprisingly, Daxter fears Zeus. Jak understands why and has pleaded with Zeus to treat him with respect.
  • Surprisingly, he has given help to Pit on his first two adventures and was surprisingly nice to him. That being said, he did start saying "YOU WEAKLING!" to anyone who he saw being way below his might.
  • Once tried to go after Aigis due to him thinking that she is copying his symbol. However, his appearance caused her and the members of both SEES and Investigation Team to remember a forgotten memory of the time when he possessed Elizabeth and tried to fight them, causing them to go on defense. Once Zeus remembered that they beat him that time and realizing that the former team beat and sealed away Nyx (who even Zeus fears), he had to call back.
    • Because of this, he has a Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with Makoto. Yes, he beat him once and could summon him at will, but he also keeps Nyx sealed away, which Zeus is at least grateful of.
    • This has also made Airy his enemies. If they ever become close to House of Nature, he will strike them with lightning without a second thought.
  • One of the few beings that even Zeus fears is Nyx's daughter Nemesis, whose desire to mete out justice for unrighted wrongs had turned Zeus (who is guilty of that about ten times over) into a regular punching bag for her. Upon hearing of her ascension, Zeus fled to Mount Olympus and didn't return until he confirmed that the amount of other evil people in the pantheon meant he wasn't her number one target.
  • Zeus has a rather interesting taunt called Heavenly Jump when he used his "slightly more family-friendly" form, where he jumps Super Mario style. Alongside his appearance there which has an uncanny similarity to Mario himself, people have started to wonder if there's a connection between Zeus and Mario.
    • It's been a long contest, but Zeus ended up as the winner of an arcana vote contest thanks to overwhelming mortal support, and will be receiving an arcana set in the future. Zeus was quite pleased with his victory and did not waste an opportunity to rub it in the competition's face. First things first, he visited a divine barber to get some facial upgrade.
    • He... was about to do the boasting but had to hold that thought in a bit since when he got that, he encountered Zet the Arc Warden and came across the news about how the Radiant or Dire he fought with might be something more ancient than Godlike beings like himself. This forces Zeus to ponder about things and what actions he needed to take to assert his authority.
  • Thor and Zeus decided to rap against each other to see which thunder god is mightier. It was decided Thor won. Zeus wasn't too happy about that.
  • In "neutral" mode, he doesn't take it well when someone invades his home and seeing too many rebelling within his "children". But he stands resolute that he CAN and WILL quell them, with these words:

    Ko Trio 
Eiko Magami, Biko Daitokuji, and Shiiko Kotobuki, The Trinity Goddesses of Alphabetical Theme Naming (All: A-ko, B-ko, C-ko)
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A-Ko in the middle. B-Ko to the left. C-Ko to the right.
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    Metropolis 
Metropolis, Holy Seat of Shining Cities and Cities of Adventure (The City of Tomorrow, the Monarch City, New Troy, the Big Apricot)
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Click here for Metropolis' six islands.
Click here for a map of the main island, New Troy
  • Theme Song: Welcome to Metropolis
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Tropes associated with the dominion.
  • Domains: Superheroics, Adventure, Light, Future, Innovation, Hope, Idealism
  • Relationships: Clark Kent/Superman, Lois Lane, Jimmy Olsen, John Henry Irons/Steel, Kara Danvers/Supergirl, Connor Kent/Superboy, Lex Luthor, Brainiac, Doomsday, Blue Beetle (Tend Kord) and Booster Gold, Jefferson Pierce/Black Lightning, Bizarro, Hank Henshaw/Cyborg Superman, John Corben/Metallo, High Councilor Kal-El
  • Bought by European settlers from its natives in the 17th century, the island that would become the basis for what is now known as Metropolis has since grown into one of the most affluent and substantial cities in the United States, with a population of nearly eleven million peoplenote . As likely to be attacked by aliens as bank robbers, it has more than enough lawbreaking and catastrophes to occupy the legions of superheroes that have made it their home—including the first and most famous of them, Superman and his family. Yet despite the endless problems—both big and small, extraordinary and mundane—its streets are clean, its businesses run smoothly, and its inhabitants are ordinary people who find strength to persevere and endure in spite of overwhelming obstacles. Every Metropolitan knows that once you choose hope, anything's possible.
    • Metropolis is composed of six boroughs, connected by tunnels and bridges. New Troy—the original island which was purchased by the European settlers—sits in the very middle surrounded by the othersnote , and acts as a main hub for the whole city and its business center. In the outskirts of Metropolis—directly north and across the Hob's River—lies Bakerline, the primary middle-class housing community and home of Jimmy Olsen. Park Ridge to the northwest is home to Metropolis' oldest suburbs, while the wealthiest Metropolitans live in art deco homes and ocean front estates on St. Martin's Island to the east. Queensland Park and the island of Hell's Gate to the south and southeast, respectively, are suburban areas sheltering the city's growing immigrant population; the former is also the home of Perry White and his family.
  • Described as "a shining example of human achievement", Metropolis is known as a pinnacle of scientific development and advancement. The greatest scientific minds in the world are gathered at the "Avenue of Tomorrow"—Eighth Avenue between 23rd and 29th—where they race against each other to conduct the bleeding edge research and development that truly makes the city shine, both literally and figuratively. Scientific research is a highly competitive industry in the City of Tomorrow; company branches like Stagg Enterprises, Dayton Industries, and WayneTech, as well as domestic institutions like LexCorp, Project Cadmus, and S.T.A.R.note  Labs also help to draw even more great thinkers to the city.
  • The Daily Planet, a newspaper considered by many to be the last true beacon of ethical journalism in a world continuously clouded by government censure and political agendas. It is a safe haven for truth-seeker, the foremost of them all being Lois Lane, the best reporter in Metropolis, if not the entire Pantheon. While her husband Clark is no slouch in the journalism department, he is more comfortable with his wife taking the spotlight.
    • Depending on the continuity, the Daily Planet has seen ownership under Lex Luthor or Bruce Wayne.
  • Every great city has a black spot showing the dark side of city life, and in Metropolis that spot is the Wretched Hive known as Suicide Slum. Officially known as Southside and sometimes referred to as the Simon Project, the area is a hotbed of crime and corruption. With few exceptions such as Lex Luthor and Perry White, the people who live there are trapped in poverty, and despite his best efforts even Superman's attempts to help them have proven mostly ineffective. Gang violence and criminal enterprises run rampant throughout the community—especially between the two biggest rival syndicates, the 100 and Intergang—while local superheroes like the vigilante Gangbuster, Black Lightning, and Steel attempt to keep the murder and drug trafficking in check.
  • Upon hearing the city had been inducted into the Pantheon, Doomsday immediately went on to destroy it again. Thanks to the quick actions of Superman and his allies, Doomsday was forced to retreat before Metropolis suffered any signficant damage. Luthor then offered his services in rebuilding it, enhancing his reputation in the process. Business as usual.
  • Somewhere in the multiverse, a version of Metropolis was destroyed by The Joker, pushing Superman to the brink of insanity and turning him into the ruthless High Councilor of the One Earth Regime. During his reign, Metropolis was rebuilt and Superman promised nothing would harm it again. Even now, Regime Superman attempts to rebuild his Regime in the Pantheon by using this Metropolis as a new capitol.
  • Thanks to Superman's presence, Metropolis welcomes superhero activities of any kind, which include the Marvel heroes, the Power Rangers, the Jedi, the Autobots and so on. Any help in keeping the criminal element in check is much appreciated.
  • Because of how much it reminds them of San Francisco, the heroic Star Trek deities constructed a Federation embassy and a Starfleet base there. Bruce Wayne and Tony Stark helped with those efforts.

    Htrae 
Htrae, Divine Seat of Bizarro Worlds (htraE, Bizarro World, Bizarro Earth, Earth 29)
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Htrae under its blue sun

    Krypton 
Planet Krypton, The Celestial Seat That Existed to Die
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Krypton in orbit around Rao before it exploded.
  • Currently a kryptonite asteroid belt around the red sun Rao. Formerly a Super-Earth sized planet with Earth-like conditions and many crystalline structures on its surface
  • Symbol: An asteroid of kryptonite
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral or Lawful Good, Depending on the Writer
  • Portfolio: Planetary Destruction By Origin Story, Crystal Spires and Togas, Source of Kryptonite, Earth-Shattering Kaboom, Human Aliens, Contradictory Accounts Depending on the Writer
  • Domains: Cloning (formerly), Science, Pride, Power, Radiation
  • Sacred to: Every Kryptonian in or out of the pantheon
  • Unholy to: Doomsday, and for good reason
  • Barred entry: Vril Dox, Lex Luthor, the Galactic Empire
  • Similar planets: Planet Vegeta, Alderaan
  • Over twenty years ago, a planet was nearing its end. Krypton, a technologically advanced civilization with a race of potential superhumans, had lived for thousands of years in relative peace. However a greater disaster than the ancient clone war would occur; the planet itself was unstable. Though it would explode, its death throes would have Jor-El send his son to Earth in order to survive. Through Krypton's death, Earth would have its greatest hero.
    • The star it orbited, Rao, was revered as an ancient deity. Human astronomers know it as LHS 2520, a red dwarf star 27 light years from Earth.
  • The state of Kryptonian society varies from time to time. Sometimes it's a beatific near-utopia and nothing short of utter tragedy that it died, using crystal technology and architecture. Other times it's more dystopian, a sterile world isolated from the rest of the universe out of xenophobia and having a creepy eugenics vibe from it. Even Jor-El can't keep the story straight, but he always points out the Kryptonian Council were idiots.
  • What's left of Krypton itself is an asteroid belt of kryptonite, however under strict guidance by the Court of the Gods the House of Time and Space will allow people to visit it when it still stood. The city of Kandor managed to escape before the destruction because Brainiac stole it, as did Argo City by reverse engineering his technology... at least before the kryptonite under them poisoned the lot, leaving Kara Zor-El an orphan saved by her father Zor-El and sent to Earth to reunite with her cousin and become another hero.
  • Doomsday may hate everyone and everything, but he hates Krypton the most. He was created in its ancient past, killed over and over by hostile creatures and environments, so is naturally frightened about the planet. Brainiac is explicitly banned due to stealing the city of Kandor and possibly even having a hand in destroying it. Lex Luthor is banned due to his hatred of Kryptonians and desire to steal its radioactive remains.
  • Princess Leia sometimes visits Krypton in order to pay her respects for the Kryptonians who were killed in its destruction. The Galactic Empire, on the other hand, has been barred entry due to having destroyed a sacrificial planet of their own. It's said that the spirits of Krypton tremble upon the fact the Death Star is a Dominion as well.
  • It's not quite clear what caused Krypton to explode, but the consensus is it was probably unstable geology and possibly even fowl play by Brainiac that brought its end. Dream and the Endless remember a different origin; the first Despair gave the idea to Rao to create an inherently unstable planet where a civilization would flourish, only to meet its end and the survivor to be full of despair. This failed completely, since the Last Son of Krypton was Superman.
  • Doesn't have anything to do with the element of the same name. If anything, being so unstable makes the planet antithetical to the noble gas.

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    The Sugar Bowl 
The Sugar Bowl (the Vessel For Disaccharides)
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Tea should be as bitter as wormwood, and as sharp as a two-edged sword.
  • Appearance: A small sugar bowl designed to hold what's in it safely, securely, and attractively.
  • Class: Class 6 (often treated as much higher Classes due to the nature of its contents)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Museum Check: Denied
  • Portfolio: MacGuffin, the Contents of Which is Never Revealed
  • Domains: Sugar, Secrets, Tea, Containment
  • Pursued by: VFD, Lemony Snicket, Violet, Klaus, and Sunny Baudelaire, Count Olaf
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    Lex Luthor's Warsuits 
The LexCorp Battlesuit (Lexorian Warsuit, Sentinel-One, [Superman Variant] Super-Armor)
First Warsuit 

  • Appearance: A shortened description of the item's looks with some notable features also mentioned.
  • Class: Refer to the Treasure Classification System below.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Theme Song (Optional): Not important as compared to Deity and Dominion profiles but a notable mention if there is an accompanying song in use with the object.
  • Museum Check: Approved, with weapons systems disarmed and power sources removed
  • Portfolio: Powered Armor Surrounded by Invisible Deflector Shields, Sometimes Features an "L" Symbol On the Front (the Superman Variant Has An "S")
  • Domains: Armor, Weaponry
  • Owner: Lex Luthor
  • Destroyed by: Superman, Supergirl, Superboy-Prime
  • While his mind is undoubtedly his greatest weapon, Lex Luthor does possess some personal hardware that allow him to be as much of a physical threat as he is a mental one—mostly to Kryptonians. He's invented Power Gloves (he loves them; they're so bad) and Boots which greatly enhance his striking and kicking power and drain the energy of those hit by them so that he can hurt beings much tougher than he is. However, his most signature weapon is undoubtedly the Warsuit, which uses alien technology mixed with Lex's own bleeding-edge designs to make him the physical match for Superman.
  • There have been many variations of the Warsuit—most powered by Kryptonite and packing plenty of Kryptonite weapons—but the most recent one is instead powered by a custom Mother Box given to him on Apokolips, with which he can open Boom Tubes and fire Boom Tube lasers, use spatial reallocation to keep the armor safely tucked away in his wristwatch for emergencies, and... well, as Lex learns more about how it functions, do just about anything. The suit he uses while in the Pantheon is an amalgamation of all of them.
    • Built from the lost remnants of superscience from the planet Lexor by the brilliant and psychotic Ukruh for the purposes of annihilating his own race and adapted by Lex himself to use against Superman, the Pre-Crisis Warsuit is by far the most powerful and sophisticated iteration that Lex has ever used—capable of fighting Kryptonians evenly without Kryptonian weaponry and surviving exploding planets. It was lost after the Crisis on Infinite Earths, but deities in the House of Time and Space recovered it for use in the Treasury's museum. While Lex has discovered how to reactivate it from its display, its toy-like appearance and the fact that it is designed to oppose Kryptonians from the Silver Age—whose power levels tend to be far greater than their modern counterparts—means that Lex would prefer to avoid using it except as a last resort against Overdeities.
    • The first Warsuit built Post-Crisis by Lex was modeled after the first armor, but came with the unfortunate flaw of driving the person who wore it extensively to insanity. This prototype was scrapped, but not before Lex chose to put it to use by throwing it at Superman with a LexCorp employee inside. Luckily, in a fit of madness that brought an end to his Presidential term he unveiled a second suit that had been provided to him by Darkseid. Despite being incredibly bulky, it features advanced Apokoliptian technology that allows it to survive assaults from Superman—though not as well as the first—and generators in the right gauntlet's fingers that can produce and discharge Kryptonite energiesnote  to give him the edge on his foe. This Warsuit was later destroyed by Superboy-Prime.
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