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IMPORTANT NOTES TO SELF:

0) When you make a post, have only 1 profile if it's really long (10 note bullets or more, including 2nd and 3rd tier). If you got other stuff to say, you can post only 1 profile (less than 10 bullets, including 2nd and 3rd tier).
1) Don't create deities whose titles play with tropes!
2) Warn tropers beforehand before you modify titles to your style in their sandboxes. If you're not sure of the gender or how to word the trope, LEAVE IT BE, no matter how awkward the page would now look!
3) Do not make templates before the troper wants it to, not even hidden ones.
4) Reservations for candidates for tropes are FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE. Any hopes to claim another's is all up to the troper. And there are some, like r-lock256, who are territorial about it in regards to specific tropers such as myself.
5) There's no need to repost a profile just before ascending them.
6) Make sure you do the research if you wish to work on a deity.
7) Don't notify others of what you've posted last page. Nobody gives a damn.
8) As long as you have enough [tup]s, you may take your time in ascending your profiles.
9) Profile reworks that add characters or merge profiles can be posted in the main thread.
10) Stop doing long drawn out suggestions about something and later post two long ass profiles and constantly repeat it over and over again until someone listens. It's annoying, a waste of space and makes it less likely for someone to notice you. It can even make others think you are a bot instead of a regular person.
11) Long posts makes it more likely for others to outright ignore you. So if you have a long profile to post, your post should not have a second profile.
12) Make sure your profile is updated before you post a profile again.
13) The mods have marked you for your misconduct. Keep on the straight and narrow from now on or risk expulsion.
14) Two profiles with a maximum of ten flavour texts is advised for a single post with minimal other questions/comments. Any longer, and only one is allowed. Other questions/comments risk getting lost if shafted with two profiles.
15) Single sentences must not be too short, lest they be regarded as too generic in content.

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  • For ascending a new deity:
    • 1 or 2 thumbs-ups = Same as 0 thumbs-ups; not ready yet, but you know now that someone thinks it's ready.
    • 3 thumbs-ups = Ascend within a week. Repost tomorrow. If you get a thumbs-up after that, ascend in 2 days (or immediately if you get two). Else, repost in 4 days. If you get a thumbs-up after that, ascend immediately.
    • 4 thumbs-ups = Ascend in 3 days.
    • 5 thumbs-ups = Ascend immediately.
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    • 3 thumbs-ups = Ascend immediately.
  • For reworking a deity:
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Note from other tropers:

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

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    Pantheonic Tournament Draft 
  • Arena 7: Running of the Leaves
  • Appearance: A dirt path flanked by deciduous trees in autumn. Along the way are things like stumps, rocks, outlying branches, beehives, tree sap puddles, and other obstacles opponents may use to hurt their opponents. It is made wider and longer to fit the combatants, and it has a portal that connects the finish line and starting line to prolong the match.
  • Special Rules: This match is a "running battle", where all the combatants battle while racing. All combatants will have unlimited stamina when it comes to their travel means (as not all of them are runners).
    • Combatants with Super Speed (e.g. The Flash) get those powers toned down, those with lower-than-average speed are given permanent speed boosts to catch up, those who ride "vehicles" are permitted to ride them (e.g. Vannelope's kart), those who ride big "vehicles" will be provided small-scale substitutes, while those with no means of fast travel acquire special platforms that will keep them at the same pace as the rest of the combatants.
    • The battle lasts as long as there are still leaves left to fall, which are magically made more resistant in doing so. Once the last leaf has fallen, the winning team is the one who has the least K Os. Alternatively, the 25 KO rule may also end the match.
    • A wall of energy 'races' behind the combatants and 'prods' stragglers with a speed boost that also damages them, ensuring that nobody falls behind.
    • If the Ultimate Monster doesn't have the speed to keep up with the combatants by itself, they will be transported on a platform that will keep at the same pace as the combatants.

Profiles I'm Working On
Feel free to edit my 'pages'. I'm just laying out the groundwork.

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    Treasure Classification System 

  • 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.

  • Class 5: Capable of affecting an individual in some form or another, such as through giving them superhuman abilities, inducing memory loss, or killing them. Any corrosive type of weapon, trinket or strong material such as Vibranium is given this designation. Any normal Behelitnote  is considered a Class 5 object.

  • Class 4: Capable of causing a localized group of people or an entire settlement to be heavily affected, effects (positive or negative) can spread further if left unchecked, bearing the risk of becoming a Class 3 threat. Has possible mild reality-warping effects. The Death Note can be counted as a Class 4 for being able to remotely kill people via writing their names, as can the Crimson Behelit for transporting the entirety of Guts and company to the site of the Eclipse for sacrifice. Power-boosting objects such as Aghanim's Scepter are considered Class 4 as well.

  • 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.

  • Class 2: Treasures capable of affecting planets and the areas around it, at most an entire galaxy, such as through the destruction of a planet or terraforming a planet into metal or waste material. Galaxy-wise, this can also abound from the complete freezing of a galaxy in time or transferring it into a pocket universe. Basically, the effects can range from planetary to stellar to galactic-scale. Expect treasures from this point to be considered extremely powerful, if not the most powerful, objects in their home universe. Since they are able to be used to wish for resurrection, immortality or the complete destruction of a planet though with limitations on the part of the wishing dragon, the Earth and Namekian Dragon Balls are considered Class 2 objects, though the Super Dragon Balls constitute Class 0 objects.

  • 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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Rework Request Template

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?

Profiles

En Route to Ascension/Approval

IMPORTANT: If an old profile has inadequate content, erase them and don't look back. Let the past die.

Ascension text (for when no thematic text can be devised):

Thus ends the Ascension Rite.

And thus, the Court of the Gods has chosen: (insert character here) appointed by Nightelf37 shall be ascended. Absolved of their misdeeds. Brought to glory in the Pantheon.

His other profiles and those of all other tropers shall remain…

…to await their own turn and judgments.

Pending

Note: For someone to qualify for Biker Babe, besides the attractiveness, the candidate should have a history of actually doing impressive things with her bike.

    New: Dragon (Shrek) 
Dragon, Goddess Of The Female Monster Surprise (Elizabeth the Dragoness)
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dragon_shrek_psd32201.png
  • Her fire breath can incinerate ghosts, as Farquaad can attest to during his interim as one. As such, she's earned the enmity of all malevolent ghosts and the fear from some of them as well as the more ambivalent ones.

Profile adopted from RJ-19-CLOVIS-93

    Rework: Mina Tepes, Akira Kaburagi, and Yuki Saegusa 
Wilhelmina Vlad 'Mina' Tepes, Akira Kaburagi Rēgendorf, and Yuki Saegusa, the Divine Vampire-Werewolf Love Triangle
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/dance_in_the_vampire_bund_chars_0.jpg
  • 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 , don't come cheap, though, even if LC has gas Instant Home Delivery services.
    • -something about (Remilia Scarlet)-
    • 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.

  • 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 swift 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.

  • 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, and contacted the Investigation Team about a trip to the TV World.
    • Yu warned that with their own share of secrets that yet remain between them, it would be inadvisable for Mina or Akira to come along; fighting two Shadows in one trip was hard enough, as they've experienced with Rise and Teddie (in sequence),
Rei and Zen (in sequence), and Prohyas and Vambre Warrior (simultaneous)note ; three would be a nightmare if both of them went.
  • 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. 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. She still has a limp, however.
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had left to study abroad

    Rework: Ron Weasley 
Ronald Bilius "Ron" Weasley, God of Unreasonably Disliked Heroes (Won-Won, Roonil Wazlib, Weaselby, "another Weasley", Master of Mystery)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Chudley Cannons Memorabilia
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Surviving Terrible Odds and Bad Luck, Audience Surrogate, Classical Anti-Hero, The Everyman In Wizarding World Terms, Belligerent Sexual Tension With Hermione, Complex of Inferiority With Friends and Family, Well-Versed in Wizarding World Lore and Culture, Brutal Honesty, Perpetual Poverty, Undying Loyalty, Negative Portrayals by Fanfic Writers
  • Domains: Magic, Friendship, Comedy
  • Followers: Flay Allster, Alain
  • Allies:
  • Enemies: Draco Malfoy (neutral terms nowadays), Lord Voldemort and the rest of the Death Eaters
  • Fears: All spiders

  • The fanbase can be an incredibly fickle thing. It doesn't matter what your alignment is, someone will find a way to somehow rationalize you to be the opposite, be you good or bad, and successfully convince others of this ideal.
    • During the early days of the Pantheon, due to being the Trope Namers, two of the most prominent classmates in Harry Potter's life, Ron Weasley and Draco Malfoy, ascended to the Pantheon some time after Harry himself was secured a place in the Pantheon, and represented the two ways fans can warp their perception of a character's alignment.

  • Given that the movies are the most common image of Ron, not many know his original book feat(ure)s, like how he actually has more insightful moments (plus some that got attributed to Hermione), he's more shrewd and competent than most think, and that in the book it was Hermione who panicked at the Devil's Snare while it was he who got her to focus on remembering its weakness.

  • His Arachnophobia stems from young Fred and George transfiguring Ron's teddy bear into a giant spider.

  • Disliked Heroes Anonymous
    • While he's expected folks like Jar-Jar Binks, Yamato Ishida, Sally Acorn, Mega Man, and Barney the Dinosaur, and even the Mane Six, Son Chi-Chi, Kakashi Hatake, Mario, Odysseus, and King Asgore, he was surprised to see others like [[ Lacus Clyne]], [[ Relena Darlian]], Princess Celestia, and even Aang. It's a disquieting surprise that even non-Mary Sue-ish paragons can get the shaft by their haters.

  • While he was just as dependent on Hermione on homework as Harry was, he still has a great tactical mind, and is well-versed in wizard folklore and culture even she doesn't know.

  • While not proficient in Parseltongue by any means,

  • Ron did not know what to expect when he joined his best friends from up here, but he did not expect to be met with such... vehement polarization.
  • Many prayers in his temple are death threats due to his relationship with Hermione, and the misguided females at Draco's temple built an annex in his temple to diss Ron.
    • Many of these threats had stopped coming, namely due to the wrath of Harry and Hermione, especially the latter.
  • The only thing he and Draco can agree on is their hatred of Ebony.
  • Ron has great respect towards Spyro the Dragon, who considers the pantheon a safe haven from his rotten fanbase, and is not afraid to call him "jackasses" for bashing his post-Insomniac era games, and bullying those who support it. Spyro has offered to install a portal in Ron's temple that would send his hatedom to the Disgraces, but he turned this down… for now.
  • Ron has recently befriended Junpei Iori, Yosuke Hanamura, and Ryuji Sakamoto. Ron bonded with them over their shared role of being the butt of jokes within the group while also having a more popular best friend. Ron is amazed at their Persona powers while the guys are awestruck of his wizard skills.
    • The three meanwhile congratulate Ron on him successfully getting with the girl he liked, especially since the three also had notorious luck with their love lives. Ron felt a good deal of empathy for them, especially with Junpei. At the same time, Ron could not help but tease Yosuke and Ryuji over their vitriolic friendship with Chie and Ann, respectively. After all, his friendship with Hermione was not so different from theirs. Yosuke was left stammering and blushing while Ryuji was left dumbstruck.

    Return: Kusuha Mizuha 
Kusuha Mizuha, Goddess of Infamous Drinks
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/kusuha.jpg

It knocks down everyone who drinks it (even though they'll feel good 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.

  • 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.
  • 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.

  • Heero Yuy drank it in Alpha 2 without passing out; of course, he's Made of Iron, so it wouldn't be surprising if he had a cast-iron stomach.

    New: Bill Brady/Dollar Bill 
William Benjamin "Bill" Brady, Celestial Victim of the Cape Snag (Dollar Bill)
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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The National Bank insignia, his sponsor
  • Alignment: Highly-Flawed Lawful Good
  • Portfolio: Cape Snag and Undignified Death, All-American Face, Born Lucky Until That Fateful Day, Alliterative Name, Corporate-Sponsored Superhero, Captain Patriotic, Impractically Fancy Outfit, Posthumous Character, Deconstruction of Superheroes Wear Capes
  • Domain(s): Heroes, Bank, Mascot, Capes, Death
  • High Priest: Dr. Impossible
  • Allies: Nite Owl, Silk Spectre, Captain America
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Syndrome, supervillains by default
  • Respected by: Walter Kovacs/Rorschach
  • Opposed by: Many female, non-white, and homosexual superheroes
  • Opposes: The Comedian
  • William Benjamin Brady was an ordinary man from Nebraska born in 1917. In his highschool days, he was a sports prodigy, offset only by his struggles with studying. And then he suffered a Career-Ending Injury, and that was the end of his football career. However, thanks to his friends, he barely managed to graduate.
    • At Manhattan, he tried looking for a job, and first tried out theater thanks to his good looks, but that didn't pan out either. He was at the end of his rope until he found an ad from National Bank that required only his looks to apply. Turns out it was to be their mascot Dollar Bill. With literally no options, he signed up.
    • At first, all he was was an actor to promote the company, until they had him answer a different hero-recruiting ad. Bill had reservations for actually getting into the fray against real robbers, but his sponsors thought it was all just flash and mirrors.
    • Turns out it's for real, the Minutemen are fully aware of what he is, and they want him in anyway to help promote their own team. Despite being nothing but an actor, Bill stepped up to the plate when it counted, and became a hero in his own right. With his fame and fortune, he tried his hand at Hollywood, only to be turned down (also by Sunset Boulevard, low-budget studios, and even porn productions) due to having been typecast already as Dollar Bill.
    • On one fateful day, during a defense against robbers attacking a National Bank, after forcing them to flee, Bill gave chase, only for his cape—forcibly kept by the company despite his misgivings about it—to catch at the revolving door, giving them the perfect chance to kill him. His funeral was a highlight of the year, and there were many who attended.
  • When he found himself before the Court of the Gods, he also saw the other Minutemen present, and was glad to see Nite Owl and Silk Spectre (or at least their successors), though not the Comedian, and Rorschach was enigmatic as always. The trope he realized he was ascending for did leave him rather embarrassed, but with a second chance at life, he signed up.
  • Like all the Minutemen, he had his own share of glaring flaws that were fair-ish for the time he was in; he was sexist, a homophobe, and a hatemonger who cared more about his beliefs than the lives of others. Still, his clear commercial motivations (hired by a bank) were never commented on by his peers or the subsequent generation of vigilantes, who all seem to regard him as a worthy hero; even the cynical Rorschach lamented Dollar Bill's untimely death.
    • Of course, those flaws have gotten him in trouble with every non-white, female, and gay hero in the Pantheon, such as Lady Liberty, as well as those who don't share his views, particularly Captain America, whom Dollar Bill resembles. That said, Steve isn't that against him, given it's born from his time period and knows that Bill still means well.
  • Despite her scathing comments on his costume, given the trope he died for, Bill actually agrees with Edna Mode, and asked that she use his story as another cautionary tale against capes, if she already has. The Parr family were present to ensure the sexist Bill doesn't insult Edna during this deal.
    • While he would like her help with his costume, the mandate on his title demands he be seen with his cape (though he's permitted to remove it before a fight).
  • Having been a Corporate-Sponsored Superhero before his death (his current sponsor is the GUAG Superhero Division, though not as a mascot anymore), he's been given an invitation from Vought-American and a sponsorship offer. However, he's heard of their reputation from some members of the Seven (Queen Maeve and Starlight) and sees accepting the contract as a really bad idea, especially given the Homelander, A-Train, and Black Noir.
  • While he also met his demise via Cape Snag (though on a turbine), given his villainy (as well as having slain so many heroes with the Omnidroids), Syndrome is just another supervillain to Dollar Bill.
  • Thankfully for him, the House of Theater isn't as concerned about typecast as the ones in the mortal realm are, and sometimes takes time off there.

    New: Artemis Fowl II 

Discord-Message Crimson Shark before posting.

Artemis Fowl II, God of Guile Heroes (Arty, Stefan Bashkir, Dr. F. Roy Dean Schlippe, Violet Tsirblu, Emmsey Squire)

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  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His old family motto: Aurum potestas est'(Gold is power.)
  • Alignment: Dark shade of True Neutral -> Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: (insert list of tropes here) 10 to 15 only
  • Domain(s): Crime Family, Wits, Prodigy
  • Heralds: Domovoi Butler (his bodyguard), Captain Holly Short (Friend on the Force)
  • 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:
  • Opposes: all dogmatists
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • Notes about your chosen deity

  • His first terms of accepting the offer was to have a way to bring in Butler as a "Herald"; he refuses to ascend without him, given the dangers prevalent in the Pantheon.
    • Due to the nature of his ascension, and the ambiguity of whether he was successfully ressurrected and fully reminded of his adventures,

  • One of the first things Artemis was made aware of was that the races that comprise the Lower Elements in his world (elves, dwarves, goblins, sprites, trolls, centaurs, etc.) exist here in the Pantheon, but obviously different.
    • Elves have the same height range as humans (and night be quite obnoxious in a few cases)
    • Dwarves usually have nowhere near the repertoire of skills of those in his world.
    • Sprites (or fairies as they're sometimes known) aren't all
    • Goblins aren't all fire-breathing idiots, and the representative god Skarsnik is incredibly crafty. Not in Artemis' level, of course, but not one to underestimate.
    • Trolls aren't animalistic brutes (though usually are still dumb), yet there are those about as smart as the average human

    • Oh, and leprechauns really are a race of their own and not just a corruption of "LEP Recon".

  • (the results of people who mess with his family, and what he did to the Russian Mafiya who did so)
    • Steve Rogers couldn't completely comprehend why he would do that (though sympathizes with him on that regard). Tony Stark can.

  • Thrower of the Dart (interactions with Tony Stark [who might call him Mini-Moriarty] and Nick Fury [extremely inadvisable ]) (More respect for Bruce Banner )

  • There were only two times he's cried. Once when his father was rescued. and once when Butler was saved from dying.

  • (Possible TV World excursion to visit his Atlantis Complex identity Orion, who has rematerialized as his Shadow)

Title acquired from Crimson Shark

    Organization: Avatars of INH 

((Insert Name Here) Avatars)

As it is known, since (Insert Name Here) is often a stand-in for many a Player Character, they have ''a lot' of representatives that have since ascended to the Pantheon. Technically, given how varied INH can be, this is less an organization and more of a comprehensive list of all their known avatars.

Leaders Anonymous

By virtue of being the most variable and least detailed, these two take the "lead".

Former Avatars

Those here used to be blank slate stand-ins for INH before eventually getting distinct identities of their own via adaptations or sequels, starting with a name, and then distinct preferences. Those who have an established canon name merely acknowledged by the creators don't count for this.

Complete Selves

If any part of their later character (via future games, manga, etc.) can contradict a player's playthrough of them, they count for this list.

Pseudo-Complete Selves

Due to various endings available to them, they're between those above and those without names since they can still have distinct inclinations to certain things.

Named Stand-Ins

The Blank-ish Slates

The Neutral

The Baddies

The Buddies

    New: Eryi 
Eryi, Goddess of Meaningless Video Game Lives
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  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her melon
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: Genki Girl, Green Hair, Our Fairies Are Different, Unfaltering Resolve, Screwed Over Many Times In-Game By Just About Everything, Dying Over And Over Again To Negative Life Counts, One-Hit Point Wonder Even In RPG Mode, Goomba Stomp, Holds No Grudge Against Farta
  • Domain(s): Difficulty, Kazio, Defeat (Repeatedly), Persistence
  • Herald: Farta (her girlfriend and tormentor)
  • High Priest: "Cat Mario"
  • Allies: The Kid
  • 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
  • When it comes to Video-Game Lives, they're meant to represent chances for the player to go through a stage of the game before being marked a Game Over or restarting the stage. And in the case of arcades, it's a way to siphon more money from its customers as they insert more coins to buy more lives). And then some games make it all meaningless, whether that's from giving too many of them, or because the counter doesn't matter. Either way, they're made pointless to count, unless perhaps as a form of "score".
    • Eryi's Action is a game where Eryi has to go through numerous stages filled with Kaizo Traps set up by the fairy-ish troll Farta to get back her melon she was about to eat. And unless the player knows where all the traps are beforehand and how to avoid them, her life count will go down all the way to negative numbers very quickly, not that it actually makes a difference.
  • As for how Eyri got here, it was as simple as an invitation sent by the Court, which she immediately accepted, and she made her way in. Getting there however was just as deadly as her regular adventures for some reason. Still, she eventually passed the gauntlet, was rewarded papers of some importance, reached the Janus Checkpoints, passed her papers to the Inspector,
  • Her temple takes the form of her house, and even there she's careful, since she risks getting conked by a washtub. It always kills her, while it's usually merely concussive/an inconvenience for anybody else her size or bigger.
  • Speaking of, due to her fragility, and her title, she shares the same revival privileges as Viridian, Born, and Zee Tee; coming back to life in a few moments at the entrance of the sub-House she dies in.
    • As for her interactions with those three, the first accidentally killed her when he landed on her head from the ceiling (which he still apologizes for), she saw the third explode in blood while at a violent portion of the Pantheon, and she once followed the second around as he courteously left his paint long enough for her to catch up with him, wherever he was going.
  • As someone who's endured a ridiculous Platform Hell, Eryi gets a lot of respect from the Kid who (once) wanted to be The Guy. That said, neither he nor anyone else can see what Eyri sees in Farta.
  • Because of what she goes through, whenever she travels, she always moves erratically as if expecting a trap around every corner (which it often was in her game), only treading safely by tailing someone else since they're almost guaranteed to walk a path that's safe. This especially applies to people who are Walking Disaster Areas if they're sure to survive it, such as Nathan Drake.
  • Has determination that reaches nigh-masochistic levels, that even when the Trollkaiger do what they can to reset her progress through an area, she always persists, and they tend to give up after a while, just like with their attempts on Diogenes.
    • Because of that, she managed to befriend not only him, but the Human Child as well for their similar never-give-up attitudes, even if Frisk has more things to live for.
    • Some who know Kirby also drew parallels between her adventure and the pink blob's quest to get back his stolen cake. As for when they met, it's usually spent eating together, and cooperating if someone has the "bright" idea of stealing food from them.
    • Also because of that, there are those who worry that she might even think of crossing the gauntlet through the Yamato Perpetual Reactor (and consider the timer to go through it before Flynn or the Demi-Fiend catches up to her as a challenge) if given a really, really, really, really good enough reason. Given she went through several brutal levels just to retrive a melon she was about to eat, people are concerned that the Trollkaiger or the GUAD might actually consider using her for this purpose, even if just to waste Flynn's and Naoki's time. Of course, she has to have a reason to bypass Maximum Security first, though, which has its own slew of traps.

    New: Sakuna 
Sakuna, Goddess of Rice
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  • New House: Meals
  • [tup]s:
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral -> ???????Good
  • Portfolio: (insert list of tropes here) 10 to 15 only
  • Domain(s): Rice, Harvest, War
  • Heralds:
  • High Priest: [[ Inari]]
  • 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
  • Sakuna, daughter of Takeribi the warrior god, and Toyohana the harvest goddess

  • (Those from high standing who fall from grace and have to work their way back up)

Wait Until Some Time

Hide and No Seek for Spinel? (cleared)

Accidental Truth for Demyx?

Wait for Story Mode to complete.

    New: The Key Seekers/Keepers of Fœnum 
The Key Seekers/Keepers of Fœnumcandidates , Divine Champions of Infighting Factions Despite A Looming Crisis (The Protector of Fœnum, the Key Keeper | Arizona: Ari, Champ'een of Cattlekind, Child of Purple Mountains Majesty, Amber Waves of Grain, Champ'een of The Prairie | Velvet: Champion of ze Tundra | Oleander: Ollie, Champion of the Woodlands | Tianhuo: Tina)
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Left to right, top to bottom: Oleander, Tianhuo, Velvet, Pom, Arizona, Paprika

  • Back when she was still a Pantheon deity, Lauren Faust had the six champions let into the Pantheon (separately of course), with instructions to meet certain individuals and ask specific things of them. Namely, the Spirits of Harmony from Equestria.
    • Arizona was directed to Applejack, who at the time was still a House Guardian in the House of Personality. She approached the farmpony with a request for a combat duel. Though a bit befuddled by the request, Applejack decided to go ahead with it and went hoof to hoof (with lariats on the side).
    • Velvet made her way to the House of Costumes, approached Rarity while she was at work in her boutique and begrudgingly asked for a round in combat. After an unspecified prodding of a Berserk Button, the two engaged in combat, with Rarity forced to use her sewing supplies and gems in conjunction with her own martial arts to counter Velvet's ice magic.
    • Oleander went to the House of Knowledge where Twilight Sparkle was stated to be (prior to her transfer to the House of Power), but upon sighting her from a distance, something Fhtng said made her change her mind and opt not to duel the alicorn, not wanting to lose her tome.
    • Paprika immediately zoomed for the House of Emotion to find Pinkie Pie and… and immediately decided to prove her love for the earth pony by combat. Pinkie had to use her party cannon, various oodles she keeps around in case of sudden-declaration-of-battle emergencies, and her 4th-wall abilities to the fullest to ward the alpaca off, and was reportedly a little disturbed at Paprika's freaky need for affection. And the fact that she wasn't even speaking in coherent words at all note  besides announcing her name.
    • Pom was dragged over by her pack of sheep dog puppies all the way to the House of Nature, where Fluttershy was currently at, and they were eager to get some training in so as not to fall behind of the other Key Seekers. The lamb's over-eager canines riled up the animals under Fluttershy's care, especially Angel, and they were all too willing to defend their mistress. During the chaos that ensued, the battle went too far, and Fluttershy herself was forced to step in, and as a result so did Pom in defense of her pups. Later, a profuse apology was made on Pom's part, who confessed her pups' reasons for fighting.
    • Tianhuo also went to the House of Nature, but at her own volition, and eventually found Rainbow Dash to request for a duel, hoping she would satisfy her with a good fight. A good fight was indeed given, and Tianhuo was hard-pressed with to counter Rainbow's speed. The longma hopes for future matches with the pegasus in future.

  • Applies to all or some of them:
    • The absolute first thing they needed to know about the Pantheon is that it's full of all sorts of creatures of varying moralities, including those that eat meat, or both it and plant matter, or even something else entirely, and that the most abundant of the Pantheon's species—human beings (statues of which they've seen in Reine City's museum)—are omnivores, though there are those who ascribe to vegetarian or even vegan diets. And the fact that one's diet does not determine one's morality, as there are even some despicable folk who explicity abstain from meat.
    • One of the other first things they had to get used to was how salt (their currency) works outside Fœnum; in the Pantheon, it serves several purposes, such a spice for enhancing the flavor of foods (including fruits, cruciferous vegetables like broccoli, and olives), and preserving… other foods when refrigeration isn't available. They can also sell them at the House of Food or anyone else buying salt for standard House of Commerce-approved money (in the form of bills and coins, or halos, macca, bullets, clam shells, credit chips, etc.).
    • In regards to their opinions on each other, only Arizona, Pom, and Tianhuo (the longma even has more respect for the sheep's abilities more than the sheep herself has) are on amicable terms with one another, as Velvet is too vain, Paprika is too overbearing (and unintelligible), and Oleander keeping Fhtng around makes things difficult.

    • As Fighting Game characters, they've gotten all sorts of receptions from the ascended fighter game deities. Many were dismissive of the lot except for Oleander and Tianhuo, given the former's use of (dark) magic, and the latter's aerial maneuvers. Opinions soon changed swiftly after a few matches against them, though the sextet did need to learn how to handle strictly bipedal combatants (while Huggles the bear could walk on twos, he was on fours more often).
    • The herbivore supremacist Dawn Bellwether is a source of varying opinions. Velvet has nothing to say. Arizona distrusts her for her desire for power. Paprika's lack of respect for personal space prove problematic for Dawn, especially when she scruffs her wool. She doesn't trust Oleander and her eldritch tome. And being part-dragon and thus carnivrous, she despises Tianhuo. The only one among them that she has some amount of friendliness to is Pom and her care for sheepdogs.
    • Chirin is another point of contention, as while he's a sheep, he learned how to fight from a wolf (i.e. a Predator), and was also equally as ruthless as one for a time. Velvet just found him repulsive to look at. Pom was frightened, and so were her sheepdogs. Paprika tried to be friends with him anyway. Arizona and Tianhuo regard him with caution. Oleander was merely curious as to the sheep's circumstances and how they turned him into what he is now.
    • Hircine holds great interest in and respect for them, given their willingness to fight off the Predators in their world.

  • Exclusive to Arizona:
    • Her time at Reine trying to get directions to the museum has left her with sour opinions on snobs who don't think any "lesser people" are worth the time paying attention to.
      • She also knows better than to annoy perimeter guards, as the one time she tried, she was booted out of the city (though thankfully she was still able to re-enter).
    • Ever since her encounter with Fhtng, who incapacitated her after she had defeated Oleander fair and square, and hearing that he has "plans", she distrusts all forms of evil magic sentient literature and has taken it to herself to warn the Pantheon about what she knows of "Fred". By extension, she had difficulty trusting Grimoire Weiss, which isn't helped by his attitude, his affiliation with Nier, and Nier's deeds that brought humanity to extinction in his world.
  • Exclusive to Velvet:
    • -possible encounter with Cirno-
    • Ever since an incident with a sword in the stone (in her city's museum) that left eighteen wounded and five with roughed up floofs, she's been under heavy scrutiny every time she's at a museum.
    • Has a particular taste for a specific tea. Pumpkin Spice is most definitely not on the list, but Gingerbread is. would she be fool enough to pick a fight with Iroh?
    • Somehow, she's one of the few who are able to understand Paprika's "speech".
  • Exclusive to Oleander:
    • Apparently, Fhtng has duplication magic in his pages at Chapter 34.
  • Exclusive to Paprika:
  • Exclusive to Pom:
    • Pom dressed as Venom Snake
    • Level 3 Super has Pom—in response to seeing her pup tank a blow for her—flip her lid and break the living daylights out of the perpetrator a la Raging Demon. Akuma doesn't know if he should be insulted or commend her for achieving an appropriate state of mind.
  • Exclusive to Tianhuo:

    Rework: Excadrill 
Excadrill, God of Drill Moles (Subterrene Pokémon, Simole, Kamina, The Drill King, Doryuzu)
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    Rework: Snorlax 
Snorlax, The Avatar of Blocking Traffic (Kabigon, The Sleeping Pokémon)
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Gigantamax Snorlax 
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Himself super deformed
  • Theme Song: The Poké Flute song
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Gender: Male
  • Abilities: Thick Fat
  • Moves: Body Slam, Rest, Snore, Zen Headbutt
    • Z-Move: Breakneck Blitznote 
  • Portfolio: Big Eater, Blocking pathways, being a Heavy Sleeper, Stout Strength, Mighty Glacier, Extreme Omnivore
  • Allies: Ash, Pikachu, Yotsuba, Chiyo
  • Enemies: Ghetsis, Beedrill, Vespiquen, anyone who disturbs his sleep.
  • Opposed by: Anyone whose paths he blocks.
  • Opposes: Any Martial Artist
  • The Sleeping Pokémon, Snorlax is a fat, even tempered Pokémon that loves to eat and sleep. However it's somewhat of a nuisance as it doesn't care where it sleeps, blocking bridges, traffic and wellsprings. Still, if you manage to capture the beast you'll have a powerful ally on your hands.
  • For the love of God, don't try to disturb his sleep unless you have a Poké Flute. There will be no mercy. Of course, it's trouble as is getting near him when he wants to roll over. Don't expect him to move any time soon, being one of the slowest Pokémon out there.
  • His partnership with Mako Reizei is an interesting one. At first, she thought he was a giant teddy bear shaped cat and slept on it's belly. Snorlax didn't mind, though. She tends to use his traffic blocking ability to get away from her responsibilities and hide in a forest. at is, unless he's blocking someplace else, in which she is dragged to that place in order to wake him up and free traffic.
  • He is, without a doubt, the bane of the house of Food as they know they when he comes there to eat, they have to prepare at least 880lb of food. At least, Kirby and Pac-Man were completely random with their food intake, now they have to add Snorlax on top of that. It's enough to drive them into a frenzy.
  • He is also one of the few gods who could eat the "Delicious Fruit", "Mystery Food X", Pitful egg, and Kei's cakes in one setting without suffering from any ill effects because that's how strong his stomach is. Despite eating just about anything, even Snorlax doesn't like Plankton's chum, though it simply finds it "bland and bitter" rather than "OH GOD MY STOMACH!" like most gods.
  • Beedrill and Vespiquen do not like him; the sleepy Pokémon keeps stealing their honey supply, and letting the Munchlax steal honey for them at trees. They've warned him to never visit the House of Insects, lest a Zerg Rush of angry bees sting him over and over.
  • After 20 years of sleeping, Snorlax is ready to use its Z-move in the form of Pulverizing Pancake. It will usually only reserve usage of such a move when really pissed off. Also capable of using Hyper Beam through his eyes.
  • Despite having to wake him up by Poké Flute, its low catch rate often makes it necessary to use sleep-inducing moves on the Pokémon during battle. Go figure.

    Rework: Escavalier and Accelgor 
Escavalier and Accelgor, Dueling Gods of the Socialization Bonus (Escavalier: The Cavalry Pokémon, Chevargo | Accelgor: The Shell Out Pokémon, Agilder)
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Accelgor
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Escavalier
  • When not hanging with other deities, the two can be seen dueling furiously either in their House or the House of Combat.
  • Escavalier can fly around at high speed to charge an enemy… at 20 speed. Yeah…even Snorlax is faster than this guy. Consequentially, this means, he's gonna be pretty darn fast in a Trick Room.
  • Due to how he gets his armor (stealing it from a Shelmet), many knight-like deities distrust Escavalier, as much as he may want to associate with them. While there are those there who will give him the time of day like the ever-loving Papyrus, he's not joining the Sacred Knights anytime soon.
    • On the other hand, Accelgor has a conflicting opinion regarding thieves, as while one stole his armor, it allowed him to evolve and become super-speedy.
  • Despite the move being called Final Gambit, some find it a bit ironic that the best way to utilize that move (in competitive battles) is to open with it before any damage is taken. Accelgor sees it very clearly, but will say nothing on the matter.

    New: Penny Polendina 
Note: Wait for Volume 8 to see if she does enough non-tech abilities as the Winter Maiden. If she checks out, wait for Volume 9 to finish before proposing her on the thread.

Penny Polendina, Goddess of Robots With Magic (P.E.N.N.Y., The Winter Maiden)

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First seen version
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Current version
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol:
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment: Lawful Good -> Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: (insert list of tropes here) 10 to 15 only
  • Domain(s): Robots, Aura, Winter
  • Herald: Dr. Pietro Polendina (her father/creator)
  • High Priestess: Copernica
  • 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: Ruby Rose and her friends
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies:
  • Dislikes: Illusionists
  • 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

  • Given the fact that the Houses of Science and Magic are usually at odds with one another, Penny's mere existence is seen as a novelty. curiosity, or even an affront

  • Robo does admit to a modicum of envy to her for inheriting magic since he had been explicitly told by Speccio that robots cannot learn magic because he lacks a soul (and which Penny has managed to acquire via Pietro's use of his Aura so she can generate it, and later by the previous Winter Maiden Fria), but quickly left that behind since she's a friend.

The Mazinger Z Project

    New: Bakarasu 
Bakarasu, Divine Bird That Cries "Idiot" (Aesop)
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  • Quasideity, Demigod when brainwashed
  • Symbol: His head
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Calling Out "Baka", Clever Crows, Funny Animal, Plucky Comic Relief, Speech-Impaired Animal, Twisting Boss's Messages
  • Domain(s): Crows, Calling "Idiot"
  • Allies: Boss, The Mazinger Z family (tangentially)
  • Enemies: The easily annoyed
  • Opposes: Brainwashers
  • Bakarasu the myna bird made his debut in Episode 69 of the original series, heckling his future "master" Boss while he and his buddies were cleaning up Boss Borot, and then spent a lot of time harassing the mecha and dodging its attempts to catch him. And in his time at the Photon Light Institute, where he went to escape Boss, he underwent some mischief, including setting off a false emergency alarm, prompting Mazinger Z to sortie when there was no need to. Except during his search, Kouji did indeed find a Robobeast (Goushios Beta 3) and briefly tusssled with it before it retreated. Much later, when that Robobeast arrived, he actually made significant contribution in the battle against it by warning the heroes (though with little success due to his last prank), and searching for the Robobeast (and getting Boss Borot tangled in the conflict). As an all but sapient animal, he was… certainly out of place for the genre.
    • He would later appear sporadically in the Great Mazinger series and rejoin Boss (who doesn't seem to remember him from last time) as a sort-of pet.
  • As for why he was chosen? Mere virtue of being a named character, since most instances of Idiot Crows are unnamed and exist solely for gags. And he's a surprisingly early example, too.
  • As part of his "duties", Bakarasu is tasked with searching for idiotic moments in the Pantheon, or someone who has done something really stupid, and call them out on it as he flies by. It's a "duty" he quite enjoys doing.
  • While only somewhat loyal to Kouji or any of his pals, Bakarasu may distract whatever foe they're fighting if he thinks he can get away with it. He certainly has the agility and the guts to harass kaiju-sized entities. But he's already been subject to Venus A's Photon Beam, so he's a bit more cautious.
  • Whatever you do, don't count on him to send a message (by mouth, at least); he'll just screw it up for kicks, as Tetsuya and Jun are aware of.
  • Despises brainwashing, having been subject to one scheme himself by Warbeast Bruton of the Mycenae Empire. On the other hand, it made him strong enough to peck through a chair, crash through two windows (one of them reinforced for withstanding underwater pressure, no less), carry a weighted ball meant to chain him down with his wing and fly around with it, still be able to move around even with two such balls, and breaking out of metal manacles clamping his beak. Or perhaps it just removed his inhibitions if it turns out he's actually capable of this normally, which is a disturbing thought in and of itself.
  • Is hopefully a lot more cautious in who to trust, ever since he was tricked by the enemy once to find out plans for the Great Mazinger.
  • Eventually encountered other crows in the Pantheon, such as Drinky Crow (whom Bakarasu sometimes heckles during his drunken mishaps), the Murkrow Flock (his more favorite companions, though he leaves whenever those in the "Mazinger family" end up being their targets for the week [unless it's Boss, in which case he's usually in for it]), and the Crow (whom he utterly despises for her genocidal agenda).

    New: Boss (Mazinger Z) 
Boss, God of Giant Scrap Robot Pilots (Bobo, Bose Benson)
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  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Boss Borot's head
  • Theme Song
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Portfolio: Piloting A Giant Scrap Robot, Acrofatic Gonk, Small Name, Big Ego, Big Damn Heroes, Spanner in the Works, Butt-Monkey, Regarded As A Joke My Most Everybody, Dumbass Has a Point, The Team Normal, Hopeless Suitor For Sayaka And Jun, Plucky Comic Relief, Adaptational Badass in the SRW timelines, "Da wa sa"
  • Domain(s): Robots, Scrap, Comic Relief
  • Heralds: Nuke and Mucha
  • High Priestess: Pollin
  • Followers: Dr. Kahl, Junkions
  • Allies: The Mazinger family, especially Kouji Kabuto, Bakarasu, Grimlock
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Any enemy of Kouji is an enemy of his.
  • Fears: All robot girls, those with Prehensile Hair
  • Boss started out as a bully in the school Kouji Kabuto was attending after he became Mazinger Z's pilot. They became rivals, especially over (in his eyes) Sayaka Yumi (though she had little patience for either at the time), and after a few fights, they became Fire-Forged Friends. From there, he and his pals Nuke and Mucha served as scouts, the occasional distraction against Iron Masks, and the usual slapstick mischief.
    • Eventually, as the battles went on, he decided he would join the fight and get his own mecha, even briefly abducting Professors Morimori, Sewashi, and Nossori of the Photoatomic Research Institute to help build it using scrap metal from the junkyard. The result is Boss Borot.
  • His creation, Boss Borot, is a scientific curiosity (well, more than most Super Robots). Sure, it can't have any of the awesome weapons most other Humongous Mecha are famous for, and it's comparatively fragile since it's quite literally made of scrap metal, but it still has the fluid-ish mobility of a Humongous Mecha despite lacking the advanced tech to Hand Wave its ability to function (the main control is even a steering wheel). It's also been known to have a detachable head, which usually lands him in odd and funny situations, but also sometimes saves him from getting wrecked with the rest of Boss Borot when it's sent flying.
    • And because it's made from scrap metal, it's much easier to repair, and with better materials available in the Pantheon to be tossed away, his mecha is now tougher than before, though still not to the level of other mechas.
  • As a delinquent/gang leader, Boss is no slouch in a straight up brawl, though he's certainly lacking in skill. And despite their stupid appearances, neither are Nuke and Mucha, who know how to strike pressure points and flick projectiles with precision respectively.
  • Ever since a certain crossing of dimensions, Boss has continued to hang out with Grimlock on occasion, whom they've met while searching for diamonds and briefly getting into a tussle when he tried to eat Boss Borot. They had tussled for a bit before a Cross Counter punch made the mech tumble over and spill its pilots, and Grimlock took interest in them. It's not known exactly what they talked about aside from the Autobot's need for energy and Boss offering to escort him to the Photonic Labs, but by it and the Autobots needed rescuing from Dr. Hell's Robobeasts, the two were there to save the day.
  • Is seemingly aware of his status as a Comic Relief character, so he knows he's very unlikely to die in a fight. When he actually bites it however, then he's worried about just how massive the stakes might be (i.e. usually world-ending).
  • Despises brainwashing, having been subject to it a few times, and once when Warbeast Bruton drove Bakarasu feral. And given his weak-ish mind (as much as he would say otherwise), it's definitely a concern.
  • Despite its bulk, Boss is skilled enough to have Boss Borot skate with surprising grace… as long as the ice holds, so his mech pirouetting is not recommended. Unless the ice is really thick enough, of course.
  • Is incapable of swimming, though if the situation calls for it, such as saving Kouji or Tetsuya, he won't hesitate to drive Boss Borot underwater. Don't ask about how he's breathing there.
  • Boss is always looking for ways to get Boss Borot flight-capable. Thankfully, the GUAG Robot War division is willing to help on that front, and he's not too proud to turn down outside aid, especially during the Super Robot Wars conflicts.
    • Speaking of those conflicts, there are those who wonder how he and his pals can breathe in outer space given Boss Borot's open cockpit. The simple answer? Space suits.
  • Besides his fists, Boss occasionally has a cane which actually sprays sleeping gas. He also has one for Boss Borot, which was potent enough to help destroy Warbeast Domez. He's since been approached a few times for the formula.
  • Ever since a trio of assassin android girls tried to do him in after mistaking him for Kouji (to be fair, he claimed to be the guy as an attempt to impress them), thus Taking the Bullet for the real one, Boss is deathly afraid of all such machines.
    • And given their use of it to take him out, this especially applies to deities with Prehensile Hair, whether they're robots or not.

    RWD: Boss 
Boss, God of Giant Scrap Robot Pilots (Bobo, Bose Benson)
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Boss Borot 
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Boss Borot's head
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Rank: Sergeant
  • Reason for Joining: He's Kouji's Fire-forged friend, and he wants everyone to know how great he is.
  • Loyalty to Cosmos: High.
  • Threat Level: Medium-High. Despite his unit's fragility, he's been able to get Kouji (and Tetsuya, to a lesser extent) out of binds time and time again. And in terms of offense, he's quite stronger than one would expect.
  • Main Unit: Boss Borot
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