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

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  • Class 6: No known notable effects directly caused by it, in the Treasury for symbolic importance or other reasons, safe for use. Any Treasure that is otherwise an ordinary object that can technically be found in the real world such as The Art of War is considered a Class 6 despite the lessons it imparts that can lead to real damage from warfare.

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  • Class 3: Can affect society on a large-scale, cause complete structural and societal collapse of a species or mass environmental effects. This can range from destroying a city (Godzilla-levels of damage) to the mass enlightenment of the human species. The treasure in this case is likely to have reality-bending effects. A standard large nuclear warhead would be considered a Class 3 object, though a Class 2 threat would be apparent if nuclear armageddon like Judgement Day happened. Objects capable of giving a user control over abstract concepts like magic and time often begin here.

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  • Class 1: Reality warping objects capable of causing positive or negative effect to an entire universe. These artifacts are almost always full-on Reality Warpers, able to cause universe-ending events such as plunging it into blackness or wiping out half of the universe's population. Objects affecting the flow of abstract concepts or traverse it such as time machines and dimensional travel portals are considered Class 1, no matter how benevolent or Played for Laughs they may seem, due to the inherent dangers they present. Just look at Back to the Future Part II.

  • Class 0: Reality warping objects capable of affecting an entire multiverse and at worst (or best depending on the nature of the object, but it's often worst), the entire fictional Omniverse. Only a few objects are capable of causing such effects on the cosmic scale, and are almost always reserved for Maximum Security. This may likely be brought about by representing an abstract concept of creation or having no otherwise stated limits in their respective stories. The Anti-Life Equation is at least capable of causing the complete subjugation of all beings in the universe, the ultimate goal of Darkseid, but in the hands of its true wielder, the Anti-Monitor, it is almost certain that a Class Z event will occur and result in the ontological annihilation of absolutely everything.

  • Some notes:
    • Being a Class 5 artifact does not denote that it is weak or insignificant compared to the others. Some well-known ones like the Holy Grail are Class 5! This merely means that their effect is limited to one individual or their effects are less impactful on the cosmic state of the universe.
    • Since the SCP Foundation is in charge of documenting the Treasures in the Vault alongside Turaga Whenua, the Treasures are also listed by the Foundation's object classes, though only with their primary classification. Class 6 objects are equivalent to Safe-class SCPs, Class 4 and 5 objects are equivalent to Euclid-class SCPs and Class 1 to 3 objects are equivalent to Keter-class SCPs. Due to the constantly changing nature of some Treasures, this is not a hard and fast rule.

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I feel there are two kinds of ways one wishes to revise a profile, and that it should always be made clear every time to avoid proposing a rework when it's actually unnecessary.

One, a troper merely warrants to change a deity's title and assigned trope, and possibly a House transfer depending on the trope. (I have done this when I wanted to rework Cordelia.)

Two, a troper want to do a big rework of a deity's profile, which will require much discussion in this thread (and the old restructure thread).

So my question is this: regarding (Insert Character Here), whom I wish to change his title from (Old Trope) to (New Trope), is my planned profile revision a case of Type One, or a case of Type Two?

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    Rework: Mina Tepes, Akira Kaburagi, and Yuki Saegusa 
Wilhelmina Vlad 'Mina' Tepes, Akira Kaburagi Rēgendorf, and Yuki Saegusa, the Divine Vampire-Werewolf Love Triangle
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  • If you still doubt there is a love trangle between them, you can look at it this way. Instead of Akira in the middle with Mina and Yuki, think of it as Mina loving both Akira and Yuki.
    • Why? Her relationship with her is only second to the one she has with Akira (and it just might be a separate-yet-equal thing). Mina has called Yuki her closest confidant after Akira, meaning that she trusts Yuki more than people she's known her entire life, and just slightly less than the man she loves. Mina has complimented Yuki's good looks on several occasions, and Yuki has been caught openly admiring Mina's adult form. She'd even risk an international incident just to spend time in the tub together with her in Yuki's apartment (though they all now share a "house" post-ascension). Yes, there was Skinship Grope involved. For her part, Yuki has a tendency to turn a lovely shade of red at all of these.
  • They distrust Rasputin, given that in their world, he's an alias of Lord Ivanovic, one of Mina's "suitors".
  • One ally they met during the negotiations was Rachel Alucard. Things were a bit tense at first due to Rachel abusing her familiars (though Gii deserves it for always prodding her Berserk Buttons and Nago seems to like taking pain) (though not Valkenhayn) and her snarky attitude, but having well-meaning intentions as well as everything she's done on behalf of the heroes in her world helped them see what she really is and a bond was forged.
  • Apparently in their world, Mata Hari had tried to delve into the secrets of House Tepes by wooing the Beowolf guards and sleeping with at least four of them. It's not known what she's gleaned from them, if anything (though it's likely to be nothing since the guards knew who she was), but the Mata Hari here at least seems to have no intel on them apart from what's public knowledge.

  • Exclusive to Mina:
    • As an advocate for peace between vampires and humanity, Mina is naturally in the way of those who believe that vampires should keep asserting their superiority or are otherwise tyrannical towards humans and other "lesser races".
      • She also opposes those who rely on certain prey for sustenance yet infect them with reckless abandon. After all, (most) vampires are like viruses; just as a successful pandemic can die out when it runs out of hosts, vampires can run the risk of doing the same to those they drink blood from. As for why her kind haven't flooded the world by now, it's due to most vampires succumbing to greed, delusions, or momentary pleasures that lead to their self-destruction, serving as a natural form of culling.
    • Mina's Bund has such unbelievable wealth that she can pay off Japan's entire national debt and still have more to spare.
      • The Lorenzo Corporation, a company in her Bund, developed "artificial blood" known as Stigma, which was how Mina has managed to sate the blood thirst of her kind, and lightblock gel to protect from sunlight. These commodities, of which she's started making available in the Pantheon, don't come cheap, though, even if LC has gas Instant Home Delivery services.
    • Due to her experiences with the Three Clans and their lords who serve as her official fiancés, Mina is adverse to Arranged Marriages. Given she's lost her mother to them (and who was possibly raped), she especially despises those like them. Oh, and calling her mother a whore is a very bad idea, as is harming Akira or Yuki, especially the latter (since the former can hold his own in a fight).
    • Having been a victim of an impostor plot before, she's made countermeasures against any repeats of that incident.
    • Has a soft spot for good Samaritans willing to take in people in need since that's how she got by during both times she's been separated from her Bund, and it's why she holds faith in humanity.
    • Has a small private cubbyhole that contains her true personal treasures; some old furniture, an antique gramaphone, a few other knicknacks, and many, many photos of Akira.
    • Her kind of vampires can't catch the same diseases humans do except for tooth decay. In fact, some of her kind even like drinking the blood of the diseased, because it alters the flavor.
    • Eventually however, word of her true form leaked out. Thankfully, with her new allies, the consequences weren't nearly as devastating as in their original world, though the load of pervy comments that come her way since then have increased, much to her and Akira's annoyance.
    • Despite the whole vampire thing, some Fangless still hold to their religious beliefs. There's even a church with its own priest, no matter how demonic-looking he is. As such, she doesn't actually hold any opposition to the Christian faith, only to the overzealous hunters who claim to hunt her down "in God's name". YHVH's angels are a sore point as well.
  • To the surprise of many, her place has one massive anti-vampire measurement (despite, you know, being a vampire herself); panels in the walls that can flip around to let in sunlight into anywhere. Given its nature, it's naturally a last-resort measure.

  • Exclusive to Akira:
    • Thanks to his Beowulf Armor, Akira is no longer a Glass Cannon in the face of threats powerful enough to match his werewolf form.
    • Silver weaponry is the only thing that can really hurt him. Not even being impaled by a broken-off church steeple comes close, though that would apparently do more harm to Mina, even in her true form, than to him.
    • The easiest way to piss him off is to harm anybody he cares about. Even easier is to impersonate Mina.
      • Queen Chrysalis experienced this firsthoof when she attempted to harvest the Bund's devotion to their queen by doing the latter (after getting the real Mina abducted in a GUAE mission). Akira swiftly sniffed the changeling out and was even swifter to tear her apart.
    • Valkenhayn (servant to Rachel Alucard) has blessed Akira in his love for Mina and has even offered to train him some more if need be.
    • As a werewolf, he can detect light down in the infrared spectrum. This includes the emitter in Yuki's right eye.
    • Thanks to Mina's bite on him, on top of becoming a hybrid, he's now just as immortal as she is.

  • Exclusive to Yuki:
    • Yuki never knew her father, who died shortly after she was born. Her mother then returned to her job as an interpreter after that, and due to the burdens of that job, Yuki had to be a good girl for her, and it very much molded her into someone who would shoulder burdens (and that opportunists can take advantage of)

who was at the start of the story until meeting Akira and getting involved in his and Mina's lives.

  • When she isn't tending to Akira or Mina's needs or attending at Elysium Academy with (or without) them, Yuki is often writing her novels and improving her writing skills, and thus sometimes visits the House of Narrative to polish up on that.
  • One of her works is apparently a Boys' Love story, its protagonist based on Akira, and was apparently really good enough for Mina to personally translate it to Latin, have it published in the Bund, and even actively contribute to the writing process. Many heads were turned at this and she became a recognized potential writer as a result.
  • Is often (she does her damnedest to, at least) the one who make sure Mina and Akira talk to each other and not keep secrets that could be very dangerous when spilled at the wrong moment. This was because the impostor Mina exploited this tendency during her "reign" of the Bund, and doesn't want it to happen again.
  • Because her time with impostor Mina made her reflect on her life choices, mainly the question of why she stays with Akira and Mina despite the former essentially dumping her and the latter being the reason she can't ever have him, Yuki was curious on what the self deep inside her was like. But there's no TV World in the Pantheon, so...
  • Because of the disaster that led to her coma, part of her recovery was the addition of an infrared beam emitter in her right eye. And thanks to the Pied Piper nanomachines inside of her, as well as an input-recognition program and a word processor, she can communicate via text. Now that she's recovered, the White Hats have made it so that she can do the same on other systems for discreet conversations, not to mention a firewall to prevent hacking. And those who can see infrared can follow where the beam is pointing.
    • Speaking of the coma, there are a lot who are impressed with her given that she was willing to oppose the impostor Mina (since dubbed Katie Maurice) despite all the odds against her escape or even survival. She even used her infrared eye to secretly send a message to Akira, even when the fake Mina was able to decipher it within minutes (but not enough for her to secure Akira before his escape).
  • After the whole impostor Mina incident, whereas Akira decided to stay with Mina after graduation, Yuki opted to go on to University, where she studied history, and had left to study abroad. She still has a limp, however.
  • At the end of the events of "Scarlet Order", in order to discern the Aka Mitama's location and fully awaken Mina's power, Yuki had to make a deal with Katie Maurice, and eventually leave Mina's side to join her.

"A tyrant's authority for crime, and a fool's excuse for failure: destiny"

    Return: Kusuha Mizuha 
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Kusuha Mizuha, Goddess of Infamous Drinks

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  • Theme Music: The Steel Cockpit (Alpha, Grungust Type 2), Blue Blue Sky (Original Generations, Grungust Type 2), None Can Oppose Me (both games, RyuKoOh]])* Intermediate Goddess* Symbol: Chibi [=RyuKoOh holding a can of her drink with a thumbs-up.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Health Drinks, Zigzagged Case Of Chickification, The Supine Among The ATX, Iconic Sequel Character, Seiryuu Constellation, Occasional Distress, Certified Nurse, Shy Blue-Haired Girl Outside Combat, Took a Level in Badass
  • Domain: Drinks, Psychic Powers, Super Robots
  • Herald: Brooklyn "Bullet" Luckfield (her partner)
  • Followers: Sadaharu Inui, Marie
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: The Black Tri-Stars, [[ Ghiren Zabi]]
  • Opposes: Gendo Ikari
  • Conflicting Opinion: Shu Shirakawa, Kaworu Nagisa
  • In regards to her starting history before becoming a mecha pilot, there are three versions.
    • In the Original Generation timeline, she was Ryusei's Childhood Friend and signed up as a military nurse, ending up in the Steel Dragon Battle Group (well, back when it was just the Hagane crew) before getting signed up as a pilot by Ingram, despite Ryusei's protests when he found that out during a sanctioned duel between the SRX Team (minus Aya) and the ATX Team. She would then be abducted and brainwashed by Ingram during his self-reveal as an Aerogater spy. She would shortly be broken out of it, and would continue as a pilot until the end of Operation SRW, and the L5 Campaign as a whole.
      • At the end of that, she would proceed to work at the Tesla Reich Institute at the request of Jonathan Kazahara, where she managed its staff's overall health with an institute-wide exercise program, and provides all manner of exercise equipment and consumables. She would also continue work as a mecha pilot and help in a test run for the space-faring Calion units before being eventually tangled up in the conflict and joining with the rest of her friends once mroe to stop the threat of the Inspectors and the Einst. (add more later as you play SRW O Gs on the PS 2)
    • In the (canon) Super Robot Alpha timeline where she's the Player Character, she was just an Ordinary High-School Student (and classmates with Kouji Kabuto and Sayaka Yumi) who like many mecha protagonists end up Falling into the Cockpit of a mecha (the Grungust Type 2) when its plane ends up crashing in the school during a fight between Mazinger Z (well, just the Hover Pilder, actually) and a few of Dr. Hell's Robobeasts. Just like Amuro Ray, she got instructions to read (though reading them was optional in-game), and she also had Kouji to give a quick run-down on the basics of combat.
    • In the (non-canon) Real Robot Alpha timeline where she's the Player Character, she's already a pilot in the military… who ends up Falling into the Cockpit of a mecha (Huckebein Mk II) that happened to be at the base she was assigned to during an attack from the Titans.
      • Regardless of path, her actions in battle would heed the notice of the Earth Federation, and she would be drafted into the army, allying with the Londo Bell, when the Balmarian War breaks out. Also, either scenario has been a set-up by Ingram Prisken. Along the way, she would meet all sorts of characters, including Ryusei and the rest of the SRX Team. She would also find Bullet alive and well (seemingly lost when the mecha she would pilot crashed where he was at), but amnesiac and hostile.
      • As the battles went on though, they thankfully eventually reunited courtesy of Irmgard Kazahara, and it would turn out that she and Bullet) have a great destiny ahead of them when the RyuOhKi and the KoOhKi, ancient Chinese Super Robots found and taken control of by Dr. Hell, break free from his control thanks to her Grungust's T-Link System, and combined with parts from her mecha, which had been wrecked by Big Fire during the battle. Kusuha and Bullet would utilize these super robots in their fight against the Aerogaters, and end the first Balmarian War.
      • That said, the Earth Federation, fearing its power, ordered RyuKoOh and KoRyuOh to be dismantled, but Bullet successfully saved both the RyuOhKi and KoOhKi and placed them in hiding. She managed to live a peaceful life for some time after (also thanks in part to the events of Gaiden, though she and Bullet have been pressured by the Titans for information for a while before being released), studying to become a doctor, but she would find herself entangled in combat again when RyuOhKi appeared before her, heavily damaged, and the KoOhKi (with an unknown pilot) on the enemy side trying to destroy it before Volfogg and Guy Shishioh intervened. Mycenae Empire forces would arrive shortly after and KoOhKi would retreat, just as Kouji and his friends arrive on the scene to take them on and protect RyuOhKi, who would be later taken in by the GaoGaiGar team for repairs and rebuilt (with Grungust parts) into the Ryujinki for Kusuha to pilot. (add more later as you watch SRW Alpha 2)

  • At one point in the Alpha timeline, Londo Bell had to assault the Angel Halo, an incredibly powerful orbital weapon of the Jupiterians, powered by the brains of 30,000 psychics, and was going to purge the people of Earth. Akira, Aya, Bullet, and Ryusei tried to counteract its psychic wave, but slowly failed and everyone was on the verge of being mentally assaulted, at which point Kusuha got really mad, and she counteracted the psychic wave and gave Maria and Shakti a psychic What the Hell, Hero? speech at the same time. To emphasize: Kusuha went up against 30,000 Newtype( brain)s at the same time, by herself, and WON.
  • Because of her position, everybody fears her and her drinks, including men like Sanger Zonvolt and Guy Shishioh. Even Kyosuke panics if only for a moment when she starts offering them out. It knocks down everyone who drinks it (even though they'll feel fully refreshed later). So far, only Heero Yuy, Elzam Von Branstein (who may have even enjoyed its taste), and (by extension from the latter) Akihisa Yoshii have survived drinking it.
    • Known survivors of Mystery Food X are a bit more willing to try her drinks though, to her joy, even if they still pass out afterwards, thus the claim to her title still holds even after that. As for their reasons, they claim at least Kusuha's brew actually has benefits.
      • As someone who likes Mystery Food X, Mai Natsume had zero problems ingesting it, and didn't even faint, its restorative effects kicking in almost immediately. She's even considered ordering a few cups to go.
      • (Rimuru Tempest, now immune to all poisons thanks to having inadvertently ingested Mystery Food X before)
      • (those with heavy genetic modifications are also mostly immune to passing out, though only if they were baseline human)
  • Nobody knows what exactly is in her drinks (except Elzam), but the Council of Shadows suspect that Popeye has been suggesting the addition of spinach to her drinks, which may explain the 'good feeling' in the aftermath of the horrible taste.
  • Recently tried to improve the taste of her Health Drink with tips from Morning Rescue, recommended by Madoka Kaname.
    • Solid Snake also recommends her the Regain 24 energy drink. It falls to Kusuha to eventually build something combining Regain 24 and Morning Rescue.
  • (OLD) Reading all these and listening to her fighting record, it was no surprise that people likes to target the meek Kusuha as a Damsel in Distress. Well, they pray that they can do it quick enough before she gets into the Shin RyuKoOh, because when she does, they're all in for a complete beating and gets reminded why that in the end she's the one wearing the pants in the relations with her boyfriend Brooklyn Luckfield. They also get reminded that she's been doing that since the incident with Euzzeth Gozzo.

    Rework: Ryusei Date 
Ryusei Date, God of Ascended Fanboys
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  • Returning To: Pantheon/Popularity
  • [tup]s:

  • When it comes to fans, some of them are a cut above regular otaku. For most, it is as simple as being hired to work in the industry that deals with the media they love, but in fiction, it can go so far as to end up with their hobby based on something imaginary becoming real, and becoming a part of that. Usually, they're eager to answer the call, but soon learn that it's not as glamorous as they thought it would be, and will have to persevere until they truly become the hero they've always idolized.
  • Ryusei Date started out as an Ordinary High-School Student, whose police officer father was killed in the line of duty, and whose mother Yukiko spent her time at the local hospital due to health complications pertaining to her being experimented years ago at a Psychodriver lab given she was one before passing the gift on to her son. Rather than continuing his life with an education, Ryusei enters the Burning PT National Tournament, in hopes of winning the grand prize money and accommodating his mother's hospital bills. However, he was being scouted by Ingram Prisken (and it turns out Burning PT was used a way to find potential pilot candidates). After managing a mecha that had the same control scheme as the game he was playing to repel an Aerogater, that appeared after the tournament, Ryusei was recruited into the SRX Team due to his potential as a Psychodriver. He accepted under the condition that his mother be sent to a military hospital for further treatment.
    • His inital training begun badly due to having to get used to the fact that wars in video games and wars in reality aren't the same and that the latter has greater consequences, but over the course of several missions aboard the Hagane and the eventual formation of the Steel Dragon Battle Group, he's learned and improved significantly, eventually becoming an Ace Pilot in his own right.

  • Other ascended fans, such as Radical Edward, Subaru Nakajima, Izuku Midoriya, Luffy, Momoko/Hyper Blossom, the Flashes, Virgil Hawkins. Kick-Ass, Dragon Warrior Po, Kevin and Sam Flynn, Hiro Nakamura, Zoey, Raz Aquato, 9-volt and 18-volt, Eddie Riggs, Marina of Off The Hook, Booster of Team Lightyear, Adrien Agreste, Rainbow Dash
    • (weird dynamic of Usagi being a fan of Sailor V, but still desires to be normal after becoming Sailor Moon)
    • Cloud Strife

    • oppose Teru Mikami (due to his worship of Light Yagami), Hal/Titan, Syndrome, Princess Morbucks,

  • Apparently, in the Shin timeline, he was a colossal Jerkass, and he and Rai often got into fights with one another.

  • It's true that Kusuha is a comrade-in-arms. Whether or not they were strangers before meeting, or were Childhood Friends, that's all there is between them, whether or not she moves on to Bullet or Bullet was her partner long before they became mecha pilots. Either way, Ryusei still became a pilot before she did.

  • Dislikes those who treat war like a game, as his Foil Tenzan Nakajima had.
    • (Teeth-Clenched Teamwork with Wars World C Os, though is more appreciative of Brenner's Wolves)
    • Opposes Kayaba for turning a game deadly for reasons even he doesn't remember anymore.

  • Pities those unable to differentiate their games from real life, as was the case with Tenzan in the end, but holds contempt for those who think little of the lives of others when combined with this mindset.
    • One former example is Ken Ichijouji, who—under his stint as Digimon Kaiser/Emperor—thought he was just playing a game against the 2002 Digidestined until things went out of control, and it gets hammered to his head that his battles and his acts of tyranny were all real, making him suffer a breakdown, and eventually turn face.
    • Second were the Sword, Spear and Bow Heroes, and their refusal to acknowledge the world they were in was not like the video games they're familiar with, resulting in them not caring about the consequences of their actions and causing more harm than good along the way, forcing Naofumi to clean up their messes. At least after the Cursed Series, they're somewhat better about this now.
    • Ryusei pities Ender Wiggin for the deception pulled on him in Command School, more rightly pissed at the government that made them think that the real skirmishes against the Formics were just simulation battles.
    • There's also Johnny Cage (in certain continuities), who first assumed that the Mortal Kombat tournament was just an elaborate roleplay before being broken out of that notion hard. Fortunately, he eventually rises to become a hero in his own right.

  • Loathes those who use systems that increase one's combat ability at the cost of the user's mind, just like Dr. Adler Koch's GEIM System did to Tenzan, Tempest Hawker, and Princess Shine (only the last of them was successfully rescued).

  • When it comes to Stealth Mentors, just like Ingram Prisken had been, his opinions vary depending on their motives.
    • (Sanger, for being unsubtle about this that the ATX Team knows his real intent)
    • Holds some sympathy for the trope representative Ghaleon, given he was essentially blackmailed into doing evil, though his actual evil plot from before doesn't help his case. Still, he had learned the errors of his ways from back then.
    • Satsuki Kiryuin
    • Contempt for Zoom for his idea of "making better heroes through tragedy" due to getting innocent people killed in his "lessons".
    • Thinks the Jigsaw Killer's idea of this as utter bullshit, especially when its "benefits" are far outweighed by its consequences. And he should know this.
    • (Snape)
    • (Q)
    • (Golbez)
    • (Kessler)
    • (Meta Knight)
    • (The Boss)
    • (Miles Edgeworth)

  • Has declared that should there be a Goddess of Fembots, he will be sure to be its number one worshipper... even when he has ascended.
    • In fact, his passion for fembots is great enough that during the Alpha timeline, Kouji gets a bit envious of the attention Sayaka gets from Ryusei.
    • And then when a Goddess of Fembots finally ascended, he showed just how serious he was in his devotion. Arcee experienced that firsthand during her ascension ceremony, and was flattered, but asked him to tone it down. With that and all, they are still on friendly terms, with the femme admiring his dedication to protecting Earth and humanity against many threats that would come.

  • There are rumors that he just added Yayoi into his "harem" when they were last time spotted watching a Super Robot anime together and having a mass Squee! together, and crying over some scenes too. Ryusei doesn't know what the hell is this harem business is, but he does enjoy Yayoi's company and respect her dedication to fight for the good.
    • The two are then joined by Otacon.
    • It's been rumored that Ryusei actually knows, but is deliberately avoiding the issue altogether because his 'lovers' in the mortal plane are somewhat emotionally vulnerable and he isn't exactly keen on having to break someone's heart by dying or worse. Sure, the House of Life and Death can resurrect any who die, but he knows the pain of loss won't go away so easily. And he doesn't want his 'harem' to go through that, and so he plays dumb.

    Rework: Doki Doki Literature Club 

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WARNING: "This profile is not suitable for children or those who are easily disturbed."

The Doki Doki Literature Club, Goddesses of Surprising Creepiness (DDLC)

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From left to right: Sayori, Yuri, Monika, Natsuki
  • Quasideities, though Monika was an Overdeity in her domain, but is only a Demigoddess now in the Pantheon. What applies to Monika also applies to Sayori.
  • Returning To: Fearsome Archetypes
  • [tup]s:
  • Symbol: A book with a heart on it interspersed with glitches, blood, and other grisly imagery.
  • Theme Song: Doki Doki Literature Club!, Okay, Everyone! and Dreams of Love and Literature
  • Alignment: Neutral Good as a whole (with bouts of Chaotic Neutral for Yuri), and Monika was actually Neutral Evil, but is True Neutral now, and might be verging on Chaotic Good if a certain, important message is to be believed
  • Portfolio: Moe, Surprise Creepy, No Fourth Wall, Psychological Horror, Ominous Visual Glitch
  • Domains: Cuteness, Literature, Horror, Romance, Meta
  • Herald: DDLC's Main Character
  • High Priests: The Squiddles
  • Allies: Each other. (except for Monika, where Its Complicated. However, after their encounter with Baldi, tensions between the group are a bit better.), Twilight Sparkle, Papyrus
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Kyubey, Spooky, the Narrator, Baldi, Tomie (especially for Yuri), GIFFANY (especially for Monika)
  • Special Relationship: (Insert Name Here)
  • Pities: Stanley
  • Opposes:
  • Opposed By: The Katawa Shoujo girls
    • Monika: kids (especially Dipper and Mabel Pines), and those who are easily frightened, though through no fault of their own. ICEY also dislikes her personally.
  • In an oddly clean part of the House of Dread and Valor (back when it was the Hall of Fear in the House of Emotion), anyone who enters their temple will see a computer with a video game that starts with a warning screen about the experience being not for children or for those easily disturbed. Whoever plays the game is then thrusted into the shoes of an unseen protagonist joining a literature club with a bunch of cute girls at a Japanese-style high school. The computer has different profiles so that anybody who plays has their own personal playthrough.
    • One day, however, something extraordinary happened. While (Insert Name Here) and Anonymous were tinkering with the game files on search of clues on Project Libitina, a stray bolt of lightning from Discord that was deflected by whoever he was fighting with struck this temple, zapping the computer and its occupants (non-fatally somehow). Because it was Chaos Magic, it opened a portal from its screen and its four characters popped out and onto INH and Anon. Thankfully, neither of them came out to be Accidental Perverts since both were female at the moment. Also, the computer got busted beyond repair.
    • After everybody got on their feet, as soon as Natsuki and Yuri pulled themselves together, they instantly made to assault Monika for all the things she did to them, hearing of them from Sayori after their Golden Ending, and Monika would take them as she felt she deserved it, but they we're blocked by INH and Anon, giving a chance for and telling Monika to explain herself, which she did.
    • After explaining how she came to be aware of her world, her jealousy for not being canonically available as a love interest in the game, and how she came to realize the folly of her actions, everybody came to realize something else; while Sayori and the others came from the "happy ending" where Sayori says goodbye and thanks the player for helping everyone by Save Scumming to take all the available paths, Monika is from where the player didn't, and upon discovering the same things she did, her game's Sayori grew possessive and would've repeated the same behaviours Monika did, and Monika—seeing no happiness in that path—decided to delete everything as a Mercy Kill, and Anonymous corroborated it with a copy of her final letter to them in that path.
    • Once everything has been cleared up, being the new Club President, Sayori had the final verdict for Monika's fate: believing her story, and and feeling for what she went through, it was decided that Monika stay in the club, though no longer as the Club President. Yuri decided to trust that Sayori knows what she's doing, whereas Natsuki huffed, commenting that if it's true that the Pantheon at large knew of Monika's actions, their reception of her would be punishment enough. Monika accepted the terms, knowing it will take a long time to earn their friendship once more after what she did.
    • However, there was a different revealation about Monika that was revealed upon the Plus tale's release;

  • Applies to the club as a whole or two or three of its members:
    • After it was made obvious that their temple now held the game's four characters in the flesh, the Club's temple was revamped accordingly, with a main club room, and hallways leading to their bedrooms. And then, their Literature Club was opened once more, with Sayori as the new Club President, Yuri as the Club Vice President, Monika as an "Advisor", and Natsuki as a Senior Member. And this time, they found to their surprise that there were actual members signing up, some just to see the girls (even with full knowledge of Monika's sins), and some for actual literature. That said, it just doesn't feel the same without their original love interest, (Insert Name Here), whose escapades in the Pantheon don't permit them to stay with the Club for long.
    • Without the game keeping her from having a chance, Monika has now joined in the rivalry for INH's affections with the rest of the club members.
    • There is another Literature Club in the Pantheon under the House of Narrative, but those aren't exactly looking for new members, given they have other concerns.
    • Ever the book lover, Twilight Sparkle was one of the first applicants for the club. While her poem proficiency is remarkable (given the nature of musical numbers), she does veer a little to the academic. And given her and her friends' track record in terms of redeeming villains, she's willing to give even Monika a chance.
    • As a side effect of their method of ascension, not only do Monika and Sayori no longer have their domain-modifying powers (though their Medium Awareness still remains), the traits she tampered with linger in Natsuki and Yuri, though the effects on the latter are more apparent in the form of an increased obsession with self-harm and knife obsession.
    • A lot of the mean-spirited gods like to make jokes to the girls about unfortunate events that happened to them while they were mortal (ie "How's it hanging?", "Knife to see ya!", and "You look like you've got a crick in your neck.") It offends them greatly given Monika was responsible for these, she and Sayori have told the other two, and the ex-Club President doesn't like being continually reminded of her sins and often comes to the defense of the offended.
    • Many deities with abusive parents, depression, self-harm, or any combination of the three reach out to most of the girls that are in the club. Natsuki, Sayori, and Yuri appreciate their kindness and love.
    • The club have specific favorites when they play Super Smash Bros. Melee. Yuri mains Marth, Natsuki prefers Pikachu, Sayori likes all the characters but would choose Yoshi, while Monika sticks with Fox.
    • Knowing what it's like to be stuck in a game's storyline, the girls pity Stanley's situation and oppose the Narrator (especially Monika, who had been denied the chance to be a Love Interest until she forced her game to and sees his attempts to deny choice reprehensible). That said, the fact that the Narrator himself is just another puppet in his game does give them conflicting opinions.
    • Both Sayori and Yuri got to meet Simon Henriksson, another teenager who may be even more messed up than both girls combined. Like Sayori, he suffers from depression and also committed suicide at certain points in his story because of his fragile state of mind while he also has a cutting problem like Yuri. They have asked him how he coped with both his mental health and disability but hesitated to tell them to follow his treatment. God knows what would happen if they also write a book that would trap them in their own mind like Simon did.
    • As another deity who is an expert in Surprise Creepy antics, the girls really did their best to steer clear of Baldi whenever possible. Unfortunately, this ended up in vain as Baldi managed to find them during a club meeting during school and forced them to answer his questions, including an impossible third one. In an effort to save the girls, Monika decided to answer the question herself to have the other girls escape as Baldi focused on just her. While no one else besides Monika and Baldi knows what happened next, the results of this action did end with the other three girls antagonizing her less and acting more friendly towards her.
  • Exclusive to just Monika:
    • Due to its odd reputation, the Literature Club has its fair share of enemies, back when it was still a simple temple with a computer game. The Katawa Shoujo girls don't like them because high schools like where they came from shouldn't be horrifying. Kids and skittish people throughout the Pantheon are all scared to death of the place. Dipper and Mabel in particular are uneasy about it due to a similar situation happening to their mortal friend Soos. Speaking of Monika, Ashi attacked her on sight over what she did to Sayori and Yuri. The young woman was restrained by other Pantheon members due to their fear of how Monika might retaliate, which is none since she no longer has those powers
      • After finding that out, she settled with a death threat once she managed to corner her, though Monika taking the threat seriously without any fear (aside from the logical one that comes from being confronted by an ex-assassin) or panicked self-justification quelled Ashi's resolution for the briefest of moments before leaving her be with her haunting words.
      • Of course, with the changes, some of said people who didn't like them have come to the club, leaving their contempt to just Monika as they stay away from her, and express their pity for the other girls. The easily frightened people still stay away from the club though due to their fear of Monika.
    • When offered to join the Yandere Squad, Monika refused for two reasons. 1) She didn't believe that she was doing anything wrong at the time and 2) While she's escaped the confines of the Literature Club, she's rather remorseful over what she's done and refuses to associate with them.
    • Flowey and Monika meet with each other every so often. The two have told each other about the lives they had before ascending to the Pantheon, and as a result, have found some similarities in their experiences. It's claimed they also seem to enjoy exchanging ideas about spooky faces that they can pull off to scare the crap out of people. In reality, though, Flowey pities Monika for what she suffered through, which sort of mirrored the time-loop he first woke up in as Flowey, and he can see how it's more painful for Monika as Flowey never had as much power over his game as she did over hers, which only made the feeling of powerlessness even worse. Flowey found redemption because he had a real identity prior to his resurrection in a flower that he was restored to (however temporarily) thanks to Frisk, while Monika found it thanks to (Insert Name Here) making her realize what she was doing wrong. Now, Flowey hopes help to her just as Frisk helped him.
      • As a result, she's become a confidant in Flowey's secret, though she's not officially part of the group that also know since 1) (Insert Name Here) is among them and things are weird between them, 2) Frisk has conflicting opinions on Monika, and 3) Sans distrusts her for what she's done and isn't as believing of her redemption as Flowey is. Yet.
      • Having the same fears of being left alone without anyone to play, Monika (and Flowey) were acquainted with White Face. It wanted to relate with her on the sense that they were obssessed with the player character and tried anything to keep them with them forever, but ultimately were both were deleted from the game because of that. But there was a difference between them; White Face never realizes the error of its ways, while Monika does due to lingering in the game somewhat even after her deletion. She doesn't want to be involved with White Face as a result, but she does pity it.
    • One prank onto the club by the Itazura Griefers comes in the form of playing Lou Bega's "Mambo No. 5" in the temple and replacing all the girl names in the song so that only Moni(k)a remains. Everyone can agree it's in poor taste despite being Actually Pretty Funny.
    • Now free from the confines of the game, Monika often takes time to visit the House of Music to practice the piano. Passersby will occasionally hear echoes of a piano in the halls, even though there are no pianos in the club room.
    • Monika is one of the few gods not from real life that has a Twitter account.
  • Exclusive to Sayori:
    • In regards to White Face, one of the "toys" he likes to use is a…noose. Naturally, as a victim of it, Sayori doesn't like that, mostly because to White Face's victims, either you are their friend forever or you hang yourself.
    • Sayori can be caught striking up a conversation with Sans, mostly about new comedic routines to cheer their friends up and help stave off their respective existential crises (while the girls are free from their game now, learning that they were game characters at all was still quite the shock, as well as learning what exactly the Trope Pantheons is about). Rumor has it they're going to start a "Stepford Smilers Anonymous Club" for people with similar issues.
      • In regards to Papyrus, he's of course well-liked once everybody got over the shock of his bombastic personality.
    • Sayori is advised against doing any house cleaning; nobody wants another house fire, even though her depression that's the cause of her clumsiness isn't severe anymore.
  • Exclusive to Yuri:
    • Several Knife Nuts took the wrong conclusion upon hearing of her collection of ornate knives. She avoids them at every opportunity.
    • People notice that no matter what Yuri wears, her sleeves are always covered, and that she's insecure about them. Those with special visions to see through them can detect cut wounds…
    • As an avid fan of tea, Yuri frequently visits Iroh, who has taken a liking to her and often offers her new kinds of tea to enjoy while she reads.
    • Whatever you do, please do not mistake her for a purple-haired boy with the same name as her. It will end badly.
  • Exclusive to Natsuki:
    • Hearing of her cupcakes, Pinkie Pie instantly decided to become friends with Natsuki, though the short girl was initally too overwhelmed by the sight of a (cute!) pony with much more energy than Sayori (and her own share of issues) before giving in to her glurge and reciprocating the friendship.
    • There was one incident at the club where a Lolranger member (it's at least known that it was a human member) nicked the Ox Talisman from Jade Chan and gave it to Natsuki, resulting in a sudden buff body, causing quite the uproar and a viral sensation, but Twilight was on hoof to stop any potential extra damage from the former little girl's panic. Of course, there was a high chance it wouldn't have resulted in that at all and just plain give her Super Strength (on top of her already above-normal strength), having done the buff thing only once for Jade, but that would've been just as hilarious. Natsuki later commented that she would've used her buffness to give Monika a scare, but said member wasn't present in the club at the time, and Sayori wouldn't have allowed it.
    • While she still has a manga stash in the club room/temple, it's not that secret anymore since there are more members who support her claim that manga is literature. That said, she tends to get peeved whenever the books aren't put back properly and will get on the case of anyone who doesn't respect that.


  • It's true that the whole game is just a simulated environment, but the Side Stories are still part of their character, so they're still up.
    • Monika had difficulty starting the Literature Club after leaving the Debate Club, but Sayori's interest (and her talent in poetry, as well as Monika advertising the club to Yuri with a flyer) was what managed to get it floating long enough for the Protagonist to get roped in.
    • Sayori's depression hits a nerve on Joy and helps her understand the importance of Sadness more. The fact that Monika knows this makes the opposition to influencing her suicide that much harsher.
    • Monika can tend to be a pushover sometimes when asked to help with work. This urge has gotten stronger when she also feels the need to atone for her sins.

    Brenner's Wolves 
Deity Profile, Title (Codename, Nickname)
  • Power Level/Level of Influence (in descending order: Overdeity, Greater God/Goddess, Intermediate God/Goddess, Lesser God/Goddess, Demigod/Demigoddess, Quasideity)
  • Symbol
  • Theme Song
  • Alignment
  • Portfolio: (insert list of tropes here) 10 to 15 only
    • Character 1:
    • Character 2:
    • Lin:
    • Character 3:
  • Domain(s)
  • Herald:
  • High Priest:
  • Followers:
  • Relationships with Other Pantheon Deities (only include those who are already on one of the actual pages, and not here in this sandbox)
  • Allies:
    • Character 1:
    • Character 2:
    • Character 3:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies:
    • Character 1:
    • Character 2:
    • Character 3:
  • Additional Character Relationships: Members of the Pantheon that have various relationships (examples include Enemy Mine, Vitriolic Best Buds, Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, Headbutting Heroes, Friendly Enemy, Friendly Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Respected by/Respects:
  • Pitied by/Pities:
  • Opposed by/Opposes:
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • Notes about your chosen deity
  • Flavor Texts must have 4-7 sentences
  • Flavor Texts must be 15 at least, and 30 maximum
  • Applies to all or some of them:
  • Exclusive to Character 1:
  • Exclusive to Character 2:
  • Exclusive to Lin:
    • Is impressed with the Tactician's brilliant mind as well as his/her capability to come out of every mission they undertake with zero casualties. The same goes for Robin and Corrin.
    • Just like the rest of Brenner's Wolves, Lin's powers as a CO manifest when she's in the field, though it's small compared to theirs. Her power affects all ground units and gives an extra attack and defense boost. Her CO Power, Scout, allows her ground units to see further, and spot enemy troops in hiding places.
    • Given the post-apoc conditions in her world, among other things she's picked up are…cooking rat stew, and other kinds made with frogs, snakes, roaches, boots…some aren't sure if this is her brand of humor.
    • Having had to engage in battle on top of a giant plane once, Lin's not looking forward to flying again anytime soon.
    • Despite being an all-tactical lieutenant, Lin has a minor interest in fashion, as well as "color theory" for appropriate clothing to wear in combat.
  • Exclusive to Character 3:

    Rework: Razputin Aquato 
Razputin Aquato, Divine Explorer of Minds (Raz, Goggolor, Eggbeater, D'artagnan, Chops, Angus, Beat, Dare, Otto, Bolt, Finn, Li-Po, Pootie, Pooter)
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  • Intermediate God
  • Theme Song: Psychonauts Title and End Credits, alternatively The Meat Circus
  • Symbol: His goggles
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Entering People's Minds, Hammerspace Backpack, Child Prodigy, Circus Brat, Gypsy Curse of Super Drowning Skills Borne From His Own Mind, Accomplishing Plenty of Feats in One Day, Middle Child Syndrome, Nice Guy, Goggles Do Nothing Save For Protection From Eye Scream, Looks Unimpressive Without His Aviator's Helmet, Odd Combination of Clothes, Possibly of Half-Roma Descent, Warrior Therapist, Wise Beyond His Years
  • Psychic Powers: Fire, Telekinesis, Beams, Levitation, Invisibility, Barriers, Clairvoyance, Confusion, Mental Connection, Time Bubble, Mental Projection
  • Domains: Psychic Powers, Circuses, Goggles
  • Followers: the Proxies, John Malkovich, Soulscapers
  • Herald: Lili Zanotto (his girlfriend)
  • Allies: Jean Grey, Prof. Charles Xavier, J'onn J'onnz/Martian Manhunter, Ness and his team, Lucas, Tate & Liza, most Psychic-type Pokémon, Satori Komeiji, Haruka Kotoura, Alexandra Roivas, Ronald McDonald, Eli Bacon, the Phantom Thieves of Hearts, the Investigation Team, Ned Needlemeyer, Silver the Hedgehog
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Goro Akechi
  • Rivals: the Inception crew
  • Enemies: Professor Ludwig Von Tökkentäkker, Arael, Psycho Mantis, Sosuke Aizen, Giygas, Mother Brain, The Brainspawn, Dr. Zomboss, Dr. Neo Cortex, Dr. Gero, Denzel Crocker, Needles Kane, Circus Baby, [1]
  • Opposed by: Most members of the House of Madness and Insanity
  • Afraid of: Most deities that live underwater. The whole House of Water and Moisture while we're at it. Not so much anymore
  • While searching for candidates for Journey to the Center of the Mind, the Court decided that, while waiting for the sequel, they would bring up the Psychonaut cadet Razputin Aquato to the Pantheon for his achievements at Whispering Rock Psychic Summer Camp. For his part, Raz is curious to see what the Pantheon has to offer.
    • Eventually, he had to go "back" once his story was ready. Once everything there was over and done with, Raz returned to the Pantheon, better than ever, as a full-fledged (Junior) Psychonaut. Though he did forget a few abilities he had from before, but that was easily remedied.
  • In terms of what his temple looks like, it takes the form of his bunk at Whispering Rock Summer Camp during his first adventure.
  • Raz does his work by using a Psycho-Portal that puts Raz and whoever he uses the portal on into a trance while he does what he does inside the target's mind. Due to built-in blocks, he cannot use the Psycho-Portal on anybody younger than 18 years old. It's also blocked by shower heads (and maybe other head-covering implements), those with "mental blocks" set against invasive psychic devices, and those who can remove the Psycho-Portal with their own powers. As far as he knows, only psychics can enter minds through Psycho-Portal, and has not tested if he can take a non-psychic with him given he has very little non-psychic allies (besides perhaps some of his family, who were slow to approve of his psychic powers).
  • As someone gifted with psychic powers, Raz was quick to make friends with the friendly kind such as Jean Grey, Professor X, J'onn the Martian Manhunter, Ness, Lucas, and most Psychics from the Pokémon world, both 'Mons and humans alike (though he was slower to warm up to Sabrina, given the different versions of her). He's currently considering whether or not some of them are trustworthy enough to bring with him through Psycho-Portal to investigate minds if they're not able to access the minds of others already.
    • Two races of the New Alliance of Free Stars have also had Raz under consideration; the Syreen, who all have overall superior psychic talent might have a closer genetic relation to humanity than expected, and the Arilou, who can speak to people telepathically and are basically The Greys.
    • There's also Silver the Hedgehog, who's also psychic, though is limited to telekinesis and levitation (both much more powerful than what any Psychonaut can do) with no real hint towards any telepathy (beyond the now-defunct Archie Comics continuity). That said, Silver is also a time-traveler, and that got Raz's attention give his enthusiasm for all sorts of paranormal stuff. It also helps that they're around the same age (Silver's 14, Raz is 10)
  • Having had a terrible past in the circus (at least that's how he rememebered it at first), Raz opposes the likes of Tökkentäkker, Needles Kane, and Circus Baby.
  • Due to his Gypsy Curse, Raz stays away from all bodies of water that he can be immersed in, and therefore all deities who live beneath it. How bad is the gypsy curse on him? Even figurative depictions of water (such as cardboard waves) can hurt him. Also, when ever Raz enters water deeper than a few inches, a supernatural liquid hand called the Hand of Galochio attempts to grab him and pull him beneath the surface. Whether Raz has created a psychic placebo (i.e. his fears make the hand come to life), or there really is an external curse is still being determined. And if it is the latter, there are those wondering if that curse would go away if he gets killed at least once in the Pantheon. When that happened (his first death in the Pantheon), it's implied to be the former.
    • As it turns out, it's actually sort of both, for the Hand of Galochio was created by Ford Cruller as a result of him implanting a strong fear of water in Lucrecia Mux/Maligula/Nona Aquato's mind to stop her from reawakening her hydrokinesis. This fear had then been passed to Augustus, and from him to all the Aquato children, including Raz. Once it was understood that there is no curse, the Hand is no longer hostile, Raz is able to tread water safely with the Hand's help, and it will even rescue him if he thinks he's in danger from drowning by pulling him to someplace dry. Given his great-aunt was actually Maligula, it's likely that he has inherent hydrokinetic potential as well.
  • As someone who can change the opinions of people just by going into their heads, so to speak, he's drawn the attention of the Inception crew and the Phantom Thieves of Hearts. And his friendship with the latter eventually got him attention from the Investigation Team as well, whose members have had their issues mostly mended through their trips to the TV World.
    • He has more cordial relations with Ren's crew, especially with Futaba Sakura, whose initial situation needed a change of heart from inside just like with some of the folks Raz helped. As long as he promises to follow their lead and not kill main Palace Shadows, he can join the crew in their Heists there. Unfortunately, the reverse cannot ocurr, as the Psycho-Portal only works between target and Psychonaut, and it's not known what might happen if he and the Phantoms target the same person with their separate methods and what effects there can be on the Mental Worlds Raz travels to and the Metaverse the Phantoms navigate in.
    • At least, that was how it worked at first. After a couple of cooperative missions where they end up investigating the same target, holes in the Palaces have been sighted that lead into places different yet similar to them. And then when Raz was sighted there, it's turns out that there is a way to enter Mental Worlds after all; through these holes. However, it's not known what would happen to the Phantoms if they're still in these worlds if Raz ends up leaving (either by way of Smelling Salts (which merely instantly awaken its user from sleep in the case of the Phantoms), his projection getting "killed", or otherwise being forced out), so caution is advised.
    • As of his second adventure, he came back to meet the new additions Violet, SOPHIE, and Wolf, and was amused to see an officer as part of the crew, given that the Psychonauts in part do what the Phantoms do, but as an official organization. He's also since become a lot more cautious when it comes to meddling with minds, ever since the disaster with Agent Forsythe Hollins when his attempt to turn her from a safety-freak into someone more tolerant of sending him and his fellow interns to a mission turned her into a gambling addict. He managed to fix that, but still got a scolding for it and he realized his mistake.
      • When he inquired with the Phantoms about that, given their own modus operandi, he was given a talk on the targets they changed the hearts of; all of them were despicable folks who have a lot of people suffering under their heels, and were untouchable by the law in some form or other. There was literally no one who could/would stop them save the Phantom Thieves. This left Raz at odds with himself since technically speaking their agenda run at odds with Psychonauts rules and the responsibility that comes with their powers.
      • Because of that, Raz loathes Akechi for his acts of murder in the Metaverse, cursing the fact that he's only 17, thus preventing Raz from using the Psycho-Portal on him. He only tolerates the detective because Ren vouches for him and because Akechi's past was full of messed up stuff.
      • In regards to Prince Gristol, Ren stated that he was the kind of scum the Phantoms would go after. But they won't not only out of respect to Raz, but because he's already technically apprehended by the law in the end.
      • As for Dr. Takuto Maruki, Raz has made his opposition on the ex-psychologist's former plans for his ideal world clear. Maruki knows there are parties interested in awakening that side of him that wants to pursue that ideal again and has offered Raz access to his mind so as to help prevent that from happening again (plus helping the Psychonaut understand him more). And because of what Maruki has done, Raz is particularly sympathetic towards Sumire since her mind was altered by him, even if it did stave her off from depression and inevitable suicide before Ren came to her life and mended her for real.
  • Having had terrible experiences with them, he doesn't like mad doctors and other folks who mess with minds. Particulars he don't like are Dr. Zomboss (who wishes to eat brains, and so do his brethren) and Arael (whose modus operandi is Mind Rape, especially after hearing what it did to Asuka). There are also the malicious psychics such as Alma Wade, Magnus the Red, and Typhus.
  • Like any sane person, Bill Cipher is also an enemy due to his ability to appear to people in their dreams to make deals, his expertise at manipulation, and his agenda for Weirdmageddon.
  • Alice swore she once saw his skeleton in (Dark) Wonderland. Raz has no plans on visiting Wonderland anytime soon as a result and hopes that wasn't him in the future.
  • According to his old myspace account, Raz is a Capricorn. He also doesn't like bees or cilantro, but is not afraid of them. Additionally, he has no issues against gay couples, having encountered one among the Psychic Six/Seven in Bob Zanotto and Helmut Fullbear.
  • In terms of people who have had villains hidden in their family just like him, the closest would be Sasuke Uchiha, whose ancestor Madara drove Itachi to kill members of his own clan. And in some continuities, this also applies to Tony Stark (his biological father turns out to have been a member of HYDRA) and Spider-Woman (her parents are also HYDRA agents). Raz gets along with the superheroes, while he's wary of the Last Uchiha.
  • Raz took an interest in Ned Needlemeyer when he found out about his chronic nightmares, and the nightmare-plagued boy couldn't be more welcoming a chance to be cured of his bad dreams. That said, Ned's unfortunately too young for the Psycho-Portal to work on him, so Raz decided he would need some help and contacted the Phantom Thieves of Hearts. One Meta-Nav scan later revealed that Ned indeed had a Palace, and soon they and Raz went in.
    • Unfortunately, things there proved a tad more difficult than anticipated. While not exactly as hard as Shido's Palace, Ned's came with multiple obstructions that required going outside regularly to consult him. Due to what happened last time someone entered their own Palace (Futaba), Ned cannot come along this time, and bringing Fuuka might be needed for cross-dimensional contact. While the Phantoms were now personally dedicated to helping Ned now, Raz insisted on coming with on this venture; he had promised to help him, no matter how long it took, and Ned was forever grateful to them all.

    Rework: Agent 47 
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Agent 47, God of Blending-In Stealth Gameplay (Codename, Nickname)

  • New House: The house where you think your deity would fit best. Please limit your list to one or two, as it's difficult to keep profiles updated when they're in multiple houses.
  • [tup]s:
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His bar code
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral, though his handler often takes him to missions of a Chaotic Good nature
  • Portfolio: (insert list of tropes here) 7 to 10 to 15 only
  • Domain(s): Assassination, Disguises, Mercenaries
  • Herald: Diana Burnwood (his handler)
  • High Priest:
  • Followers:
  • Relationships with Other Pantheon Deities (only include those who are already on one of the actual pages, and not here in this sandbox)
  • Allies:
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies:
  • Additional Character Relationships: Members of the Pantheon that have various relationships (examples include Enemy Mine, Vitriolic Best Buds, Teeth-Clenched Teamwork, Headbutting Heroes, Friendly Enemy, Friendly Rival, Just Friends, etc.) other than allies, rivals, or enemies.
  • Respected by/Respects:
  • Pitied by/Pities:
  • Opposed by/Opposes:
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • Notes about your chosen deity
  • Flavor Texts must have 4-7 sentences
  • Flavor Texts must be 10-11 at least, and 25 maximum
  • Reasoning: His games are the poster-boys for the trope, and includes not just hiding in the crowd, but doing all sorts of miscellaneous actions (as of the World of Assassination Trilogy at least) to better sell the current disguise. Consummate Professional can go to other candidates, but I don't think there are better picks for Blending-In Stealth Gameplay than this bald guy. His profile's also sorely outdated, too.

    Rework: Kyosuke Nanbu 
Kyosuke Nanbu, God of Improbable Death-Cheating (Assault 4, Assault 1, Beowulf)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Alt Eisen Riese's Revolving Bunker
  • Theme Song: "Steel Beowulf".
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Ace Pilot, Devil's Luck, Cheating Death, Tranquil Fury, Gambling
  • Domain: War, Luck, Survival
  • High Priest: Patrick Colasour
  • Allies:

  • Enemies: Anavel Gato, Master Asia, Jerid Messa

  • (explain trope)
  • Regardless of timeline, his origins play out the same way: Before the start of the games he hails in, Kyosuke was involved in a shuttle crash during his youth that killed everyone on board, except for him and one other passenger (Excellen Browning), whom he shielded from the flaming debris. After this incident, he's inherited a form of bizarre, inhuman luck that's been keeping him alive. Turns out this was orchestrated by the Einst as part of their Adam and Eve Plot to recreate humanity after destroying it, and using the pair as their means of repopulating the Earth with humans, but without emotion to stop them from becoming threats. The only real reason this plot failed was because while Excellen actually died and was revived and heavily modified by the Einst for their plan, Kyosuke legitimately survived the crash.
    • In the Compact 2/Impact Timeline, Kyosuke was just a test pilot meant to test run the Alteisen before getting pulled along for the ride by the Gandor squad plus Shiro Amada and a number of Kamille Bidan's friends in their desire to aid Bright Noa despite Titan and Federation interference, as well as all sorts of evil forces along the way, recruiting old allies and new. He's also already been in contact with Excellen, whose debut appearance is over the communicator to ask Kyosuke to get an autograph from Domon Kasshu. Additionally, they also had encounters with the Einst, whom some of the evil forces have been consorting with, with a girl named Alfimi leading them some of the time and desiring Kyosuke for herself. Eventually, they discovered the Einst's true agenda, and Alfimi's [[spoiler:

    • In the Original Generations timeline, he was still a test pilot, before being transferred to the ATX Team led by Sanger Zonvolt, with the other members comprised of Excellen Browning (though he didn't remember her then) and Brooklyn Luckfield. During the War against the Divine Crusaders, Sanger seemed to desert them, forcing Kyosuke onto the position of leader, which he managed to wear well.

(OG timeline) The whole deal with the Einst would come later alongside the Inspectors and the deal with the Shadow-Mirror.

  • After spending time as Tylor's follower, Kyosuke is suddenly deified. The first thing he experienced when being deified was being brutally mauled by Kratos (this took place before he became more somber), including getting his mecha's torn limb to limb, and the head too, and then he was personally beaten to a pulp until he is rescued by his allies. Kyosuke only came out with some broken ribs.

  • Is very good at hiding his anger, especially when his lover Excellen is in danger. Some would say he invented the term "Poker Face", due to his gambling habits as well. Kyosuke has thus far denied this claim.
  • Said to be in good terms with Heero Yuy, as he's seen with him discussing about mecha assault strategies whenever the latter visits this House. These would be the first of times for both men, as Kyosuke doesn't actually recall working with him in the past.
  • Is very well-known to bet on tough odds.
  • Even when piloting a simple Gespenst instead of his signature mech, it is advised not to get on his bad side; the last chap who did not only got his eardrums broken, but was also blown to bits.
  • During the GUAG Robot War Division's expansion, Kyosuke was elected as head of its Real Robot Corps due to his experience in leading the ATX Team, and the fact that Amuro's got his hands full with the Gundam Corps. Notwithstanding his role, he doesn't hesitate to defer to his fellow pilots who have greater experience, particularly Chirico Cuvie.
  • He's impressed at Kaguya Nanbu, that such a little girl legitimately lives up to the claim of being the Sword that Smites Evil like Sanger. So, when Excellen offered to have her as the 'third daughter' (after Alfimi and Ariel), Kyosuke responded with "I don't mind betting on the tough odds."

    Rework: Excellen Browning 
Excellen Browning, Goddess of Love Innuendo and Teasing (Ex-neesama, Miss Excell)
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Shiro Amada, Ryoma Nagare, Kouji Kabuto and friends, Domon Kasshu, Kamille Bidan, Amuro Ray

  • Friendly Rivalry: Akeno Himejima

  • Enemies: Anavel Gato

  • Not to be Confused With: Excel

  • Regardless of timeline, her origins play out the same way: Before the start of the games he hails in, Excellen was involved in a shuttle crash during her youth that killed everyone on board, except for her and one other passenger (Kyosuke Nanbu), who shielded her from the flaming debris. However, it turns out this was orchestrated by the Einst as part of their Adam and Eve Plot to recreate humanity after destroying it, and using the pair as their means of repopulating the Earth with humans, but without emotion to stop them from becoming threats. The only real reason this plot failed was because while Excellen actually died and was revived and heavily modified by the Einst for their plan, Kyosuke legitimately survived the crash.
    • In the Original Generations timeline,
    • In the Compact 2/Impact Timeline, while Kyosuke was tagging along with the Gandor squad and any allies they pick up along the way, Excellen was with Bright and the rest of Londo Bell, fighting her own battles alongside Duke Fleed, Quattro Bajeena, and their allies, as well as other allies they meet up with along the way. Essentially, her battles and Kyosuke's were occurring around the same time. She was already in touch with Kyosuke, first appearing over the communicator to ask him for an autograph from Domon Kasshu when she heard he was tagging along. Along the way, she would get entranced by the Einst and pulled away from everyone else for a while before waking up to find herself under attack by several Einst before Londo Bell comes to her rescue. One of the Einst, Alfimi, is also a regular intruder in the local battles against the usual enemies. There's also the fact that there was also a strange giant asteroid that seemed to be their (and other villainous actions they've allied with) "base of operations", and there were debates on what to do in response. Eventually, Londo Bell pieces together that the Einst have special interest in Excellen,

She would eventually join up with everybody else during

  • (OG timeline)

(Excellen: She was with Londo Bell around the time Kyosuke was with the Gandor squad)

  • Due to her being part-Einst, she's immune to mental illusions, though physical ones like holograms can still fool her.
  • When it comes to traitor revelations, instead of letting one think it's just a nightmare, she prefers to let the truth out ASAP.

  • Has teased virtually every deity in the Pantheon with the chance to see her or the deity of their choice in a bunny suit. Reactions vary. Her favorite victim of teasing is Ichigo Kurosaki, Issei Hyodo — who had a rather uncontrollable reaction once, and Guy Cecil, who gives out the best flustered reaction, she thinks. Her goal is to make her boyfriend Kyosuke pull that reaction, but she has yet to succeed.
  • Usually her main 'victim' was Lamia, but after the deification of Setsuko and learning her dillema, Excellen shows a wise side and turns Setsuko to her main 'victim' in order to cheer her up. Lamia wholeheartedly agreed to the decision.
  • Tends to join BRIAN BLESSED in adding merriment to the Pantheon, and thus the great BRIAN BLESSED has considered her a rare breed of female Boisterous Bruiser. At one point as a result of that, Excellen insisted that her name be transcribed as (S)EXCELLEN BROWNING ♥, but got refused.
  • With the opening of the Real Robot Division of the GUAG Robot War, on proxy of Kyosuke being promoted into leader, Excellen got promoted into vice-leader. Excellen thinks that finally this is going to have the GUAG arrange a marriage between her and Kyosuke (which prompts her to act bashful and say "Oh nooo! I'm not ready for thiiis..."), but the reason was (thankfully also acceptable for her) because the GUAG recognizes that the two are one of the best duo-team in the Pantheon.
  • On the ascension of Kaguya Nanbu, at first Excellen thought Kyosuke was cheating on her. She's just joking, she just felt like meeting the girl personally. When they actually met, Excellen ended up glomping her and ends up requesting to Kyosuke that she'd be the 'third daughter'. She's happy when Kyosuke rolls with it.

Profile Fusion Components

    Return: Elzam von Branstein 
Okay, now who's ne—TROMBE OVERRIDE!

Elzam von Branstein, God of the Background Music Override (Ratsel Feinschmecker, The Black Tornado)

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  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Black Horse (Trombe!). Alternatively, the Branstein Family Crest.
  • Theme Song: Trombe!
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Paper Thin Disguises, Ace Pilots, Heterosexual Life-Partners, Real Men Who Ride Other Real Men, Theme Songs That Override All Others, Badass Pilot And a Gourmet
  • Domains: War, Teamwork, Music
  • Allies: Sanger Zonvolt, Bang Shishigami, JAM Project, Kusuha Mizuha, Laura Bodewig
  • Rivals: Guile, Char Aznable
  • Enemy: The Nerima Daikon Brothers
  • Previously an avatar of Char Aznable, he was deified in his own right due to a legendary Game Bug.
  • Nekki Basara was his follower, or to be exact... the former God of Theme Song, until Elzam replaced him and refined the title. One of his lesser archangels, Stan Bush, performs whenever the Autobots pick up the Matrix of Leadership.
  • Due to his respect with JAM Project, he will always let their epic theme blare on instead of overriding them.
  • Due to his status, Overdeities are capable of overriding his theme song, but Elzam kept the throne because only he is capable of making it into an art form. The other way to 'override' him is just to use giant-ass speakers when playing your music. But otherwise, everything gets overridden by "Trombe!". Of course, imagine if Elzam just used giant-ass speakers to play "Trombe!"... even the giant-ass speakers music will get overriden. Good thing Elzam has never used that kind of method, and probably never would.
  • He often makes passes to the House of Food as he is known as one damn great gourmet. Hell, he can withstand Kusuha's health drink and name every of its ingredients!
  • There has been chatter that Elzam plans to team up with Guile to make a mash-up song that would not only override every other song in existence, but go perfect with any situation. Elzam quickly shot down that suggestion.
  • Has made an enemy of the Nerima Daikon Brothers after his overriding music interrupted the band's performance. To his credit he has been trying to make amends for this, to little success.

(Trombe! fades out...)

    Sanger Zonvolt 
Sanger Zonvolt, The God that Cleaves/Smites Evil! (Zengar Zombolt, Sanger Sombold, The Sword that Cleaves/Smites Evil, The Sword that Cleaves/Smites Gods)
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