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As for this one...

    Elspeth Cullen 
Apparently, I can't be trusted with working on this, so if anyone wants to take it, then by all means go ahead.

Elspeth Annarose Cullen, Goddess of Rationalist Fiction (Elsie, Genealoger Extraordinaire, Princess Elspeth of the Golden Coven/Empire, Elspeth the Imperial Soothsayer)

  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: Her hands making contact
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: Dhampyr, Was Reneesme In Canon, Bad Liar (sort of), Can Broadcast Her Thoughts And Memories To Others, Heart Is an Awesome Power, Younger Than They Look, Omniglot, Time Abyss (By Way Of Proxy Memory Transfer From Aro), Everything's Better with Princesses
  • Domain(s): Half-Vampires, Memory, Truth, Rationality
  • Herald: Imperial Alpha Jacob Black (her imprinter)
  • High Priest: Harry James Potter-Evans-Verres
  • Allies: Mina Tepes, Akira Kaburagi, and Yuki Saegusa, Isabella, Chuck Bartowski
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Indiscriminate vampire hunters and evil vampires
  • 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
  • Finding a candidate for Rational Fic was a daunting task, mainly because the best candidates were from fanfics, and several of them already have canon counterparts in the Pantheon (had, in one case nearly nobody remembers). And then someone in the Court of the Gods found an ideal pick. Amidst all the protests upon hearing where she came from, especially by the PPC, these were quelled after inspecting her character, and seeing that she at least deserved a chance.
  • It was Dream who went to visit the world Elspeth came from, and was mildly interested with what her mother has done and is planning to do with it. Eventually, he contacted Elspeth in a dream and explained everything about the Trope Pantheons, how things there don't fully operate on rational thought, that the world operates in a narrative sense, that significant change won't come easy, and other caveats that ensure that she won't actually need to be away from the Golden Empire for too long; in fact, having a capital in the Pantheon can be a sound idea. Oh, and that she was chosen to represent the trope Rational Fic.
    • As for why she was picked rather than her mother, she was given two reasons. 1) Being a fanfic version of a canon character was enough reason to bar her from entry. 2) The canon character in question… wasn't well liked at all (even though nobody knows why anymore) and has been removed. Elspeth then asked what this canon version of her mother was like. Dream showed her (and therefore knowledge of the Disgraces)… and she was quick to agree that they had a point.
    • Being a fanfic character, upon entry to the Pantheon, Elspeth was screened by the Protectors of the Plot Continuum and put under The Universal Mary Sue Litmus Test before she could enter the Pantheon proper. She barely passed the test and earned a spot here.
  • Elspeth's power is the ability to make herself understood, and she can do that by touching someone and showing them what she means or how she feels, or convey the objective truth and be believed. She can also use this indirectly to learn things about other people, depending on what explanations they understand, what analogies make sense to them, and so on.
    • She's also developed it to the point where she can send her memories to others (and translate them if need be) pass her thoughts to others from range. She can even send enough memories to overwhelm someone (though given Death Is Cheap, it's ultimately not advantageous). Or transmit the feeling of pain (specifically, the pain from turning into a vampire in her world).
      • She's careful not to send too much memories, for it can effectively erase a human-level mind of everything that makes them who they are. Thankfully, this is reversible in the Pantheon, though harder to do than "plain" death.
    • As a consequence of her powers, it's obvious if she's telling an outright lie, unless she never told the truth to the person she's talking to.
  • Has two other personality aspects that she discusses with at times and help process things.
    • Magic, who "itches" whenever Elspeth lies (she only twinges at out-of-context misleading truths), even if she's mentally compromised (this eroding its effect on her), and values being truthful above all else. It also helps her figure out the objective truth.
    • Memory, who helps sift through Elspeth's massive archive of memories that she's picked up from when Addy (with Aro's memorieshow much? and Elspeth's powers (for that moment)) passed them to her.
      • As such, she has an immense wealth of knowledge, from firsthand perspectives of the fall of Rome, authentic Sanskrit accents, books memorized, instruments played, doctorates, and who knows how many others.
  • Memories might've been removed, but the feelings behind them can still linger, which is why on her first few days, Elspeth received unexplained stigma from some deities in the Pantheon. Only some, because others have ascended long after the "removal" and thus do not harbor those feelings. Her truthfulness has also helped against the stigma, so that eventually faded.
    • If anything, Elspeth has more reason to hate the original Twilight, especially given its decidedly-not-rational thinking her mother does there, the fact that Jacob somehow became love rivals with her father, every unbelievably (to Elspeth) stupid decision her mother's made there, etc. Let's just say that when the Trollkaiger dropped off the book in her temple one day, the entire House felt her outburst of frustration and grief after the first few chapters.
    • As someone who's partially a joke on the books by virtue of her name, Twilight Sparkle understands the feeling. She also appreciates Elspeth's rational way of thinking, even if Twilight tends to veer off into paranoia at times.
  • As someone who possesses an obscene amount of information, she's made connections with Isabella and Chuck. While she sort of understands the former's situation (having been specifically made to be a weapons database, only learning how to be human thanks to Will), she's confused with how the latter (with the INTERSECT in his head and the inconsistencies of its origin) hasn't lost his sense of self. To be fair, Chuck "merely" possess intel and skillsets, not entire lifetimes worth of memories like Elspeth has.
  • Given Elspeth's mother's ultimate goal, Mina Tepes appreciates her for it and laments that she could've thought about that before making her Vampire Bund and race public; the pressure of her "suitors" likely influenced her thought process. Mina also wished she was that ambitious, though the sunlight weakness (and not simply sparkling) makes that impractical, even though she does have sunblock supplies to answer that issue.
    • The fact that the Vampire Bund has werewolf servants makes Elspeth feel a bit awkward; the Volturi in her world had sort of done the same, but with Mind Rape (by way of someone who can strengthen and weaken relationships, and thus their capacity to care).
    • Elspeth and the Vampire Bund trio also happen to share another thing in common; a certain literary series influenced their ascension to the Pantheon, the three due to the most popular option being inadvisable, and the half-vampire from a tangential source of origin.
    • Given their shared goals, Elspeth has been rendered an enemy to indiscriminate vampire hunters and the evil vampires of the Pantheon.
  • For those who can literally fall apart yet whose body parts are autonomous, Elspeth can be a big help thanks to her memory powers.
    • Speaking of disassembly, given the Volturi subjected her father to this, Elspeth is not fond of them.
  • Has noticed how Violetta's Smoke Knight skills bear some similarities to Allirea's powers in that she and her actions can escape notice in defiance of logic. However, there are some clear differences. 1) The Smoke Knight can only make her presence and actions unnoticeable, not her existence. 2) Even when noticed, she can still somehow make certain actions of hers ignorable (like swapping a hostage for a dummy while the hostage-taker was talking to her). 3) This hiding ability isn't infallible. 4) She's apparently not even that good; better Smoke Knights are able to leaf through a book guarded by two people (one a Super Soldier with enhanced senses and the other a battle-hardened warrior) without them noticing until after they decided to make themselves known.

Adoptable Profiles (Priority 2)

You can take these straight and start work on these.

    Jim Levenstein and Steve Stifler 
James Emanuel "Jim" Levenstein and Steven "Steve" Stifler, Divine Embarkers of the Quest for Sex (Steve: "The Stifmeister")
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/jim_2.png
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/stifler_56.jpg

    Diaval 
Diaval, God of Clever Crows (Diablo)
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/diaval-samriley_717.jpg
His 'new' default form, courtesy of Maleficent
  • Potential House: Birds
  • [tup]s:
  • Lesser God
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His crow form
  • Alignment: True Neutral
  • Portfolio: (insert list of tropes here)
  • Domain(s): Crows, Servitude, Transformation, Dragons
  • 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: Maleficent
  • 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

    Colin Mochrie 
Colin Mochrie, God of the Overly Pre-Prepared Gag
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/Colin_Mochrie.jpg
  • Potential 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:

    Drayton Sawyer 
Drayton Sawyer, Unholy Creepy Gas Station Attendant (The Cook)
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    Miku Hinasaki 
Miku Hinasaki, Goddess of First-Person Snapshooters OR Magical Cameras (Codename, Nickname)
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/miku_hinasaki1.jpg

    Hopper 
Hopper, God of Making An Example Of Others (Hoppy)
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/hopper01_6381.jpg

Profile acquired from RJ-CLOVIS-93

    Dai Li 
Dai Li, Deified Secret Police (Codename, Nickname)

According to "Avatar Extras" for "Sozin's Comet, Part 3: Into the Inferno", the Dai Li begin training at thirteen years of age.

Title acquired from Ferot_Dreadnaught

    Shining Force 
The Shining Forcemembers , Holy Army of Shining Goodness
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The Shining Force as a whole, more or less
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The entire (pre-remake) roster
  • Between Intermediate and Lesser Deities
  • Symbol: The Chaos Breaker
  • Theme Song: This theme
  • Alignment: The whole gamut of Good, though a few are True Neutral or Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: (insert list of tropes here) 10 to 15 only
    • Max:
    • Lowe:
    • Ken:
    • Hans:
    • Luke:
    • Tao:
    • Gong:
    • Gort:
    • Mae:
    • Khris:
    • Anri:
    • Arthur:
    • Balbaroy:
    • Amon:
    • Diane:
    • Zylo:
    • Pelle:
    • Jogurt:
    • Kokichi:
    • Vankar:
    • Guntz:
    • Domingo:
    • Earnest:
    • Lyle:
    • Bleu:
    • Musashi:
    • Alef:
    • Torasu:
    • Adam:
    • Hanzou:
  • Domain(s): Army, Light, Good
  • Heralds: Nova (the advisor), Narsha, Zuika, Mawlok (remake-exclusive additions)
  • 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
  • Applies to all or some of them:
  • Exclusive to Character 1:
  • Exclusive to Character 2:
  • Exclusive to Character 3:

Adoptable Profiles (Priority 3)

Revisions are required for these.

    Dr. W.D. Gaster 
Dr. W. D. Gaster, the God Who Was Removed From His Game (The Man Who Speaks In Hands)
  • Potential House: Game Design (Gaming sub-house)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Wingdings font
  • Alignment: Indeterminate
  • Portfolio: Body Horror, The Ghost, Eldritch Abomination, cannot be saved, It's a Wonderful Plot, The Missingno., The Unintelligible
  • Domain(s): RetGone, Science, Genius
  • Followers: The Gaster Followers.
  • Allies: Sans, The Human Child, Xion, Missingno., Vanellope Von Schweetz.
  • Enemies: Flowey.
  • Cautious Around: Any deity with power over shadow/darkness.
  • Gaster had designed and built the Core, which provided the Underground back in his world with electricity. Unfortunately, an accident caused him to plummet into the Core's… core, the damage of which was so severe that it blasted him and some of his colleagues across time and space. He wasn't erased from history, yet nobody missed him, and those who knew much about him were similarly removed with the exception of Sans.
  • On January 20, 2016, several deities started seeing small, monochrome monsters around various houses, mostly Gaming and Technology, speaking about a scientist named “Gaster”, and the stories surrounding him; from his fall, and death, in the CORE, to his seemingly unaided partway reformation from within the “files” of the Undertale world. With this information, and some help from the hacker gods, Gaster ascended to the house of Game Design.
  • Due to his lack of a physical body, no one knows Gaster’s true appearance. Most people see him as a tall, black-clad skeleton with a crack on either side of his face, as well as a circular hole in the center of each palm.
  • Often seen with fellow "Glitches" Vanellope Von Schweetz and Missingno.. They, along with The Human Child and Sans, are some of the few gods who both know of his existence and are comfortable in his presence.
  • Barring Mr. Game and Watch, Gaster doesn’t trust many of the deities that gain power from darkness, due to some of his final research being on a darkness that "kept growing", eventually reaching negative photon content.
  • As a fellow being who was also forgotten upon disappearing, Xion became friends with Gaster, who also served time as her follower.
  • Very few deities openly discuss Gaster. After all, it’s rude to talk about someone who’s listening.

    ACU Trooper Miller 
Asset Containment Unit Trooper Miller, God of Disposable Good Mooks

    Drago Bludvist 
Drago Bludvist, God of (Trope Pending)
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    Exeggutor(s) 
Exeggutor and (Alolan) Exeggutor, Gods of Bizarre Monsters (the Coconut Pokémon)
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/242px_103exeggutor_ag_anime.png
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/600px_103exeggutor_alola.png
Exeggutor (standard [top] and Alolan [bottom])
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol:
  • Theme Song:
  • Alignment:
  • Gender: Male (both)
  • Ability:
  • Moves:
    • Kantonian:
    • Alolan: Dragon Hammer, Wood Hammer, Egg Bomb, Psychock
  • Portfolio: 10 to 15 only
  • Domains: Eggs, Coconuts, Trees, Psychic, Dragon
  • Allies: Ash Ketchum, Pikachu, Blue, Red, Calem and Serena
    • Standard only:
    • Alolan only: Professor Kukui
    • Partner:
  • 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: Dark-types and Fire-types (Kantonian), Fairy-types (Alolan)
  • Conflicting Opinion:
  • The world of Pokémon has a slew of bizarre creatures, based off of various fauna, flora, deities, youkai, other mythical creatures, and even objects.

Normal Exeggutor is a psychic coconut with eggs for heads, who starts off as the eggs/seeds/coconuts Exeggcute. Alolan Exeggutor is a palm tree with eggs for heads, and is a dragon somehow.

Sun Alola is the best environment for this Pokémon. Local people take pride in its appearance, saying this is how Exeggutor ought to look.Moon As it grew taller and taller, it outgrew its reliance on psychic powers, while within it awakened the power of the sleeping dragon.Ultra Sun Exeggutor is the pride of the Alolan people. Its image is carved into historical buildings and murals.Ultra Moon It swings its long neck like a whip and smacks its opponents. This makes Exeggutor itself dizzy, too.

    Mandibuzz 
Mandibuzz, Goddess of Scumbag Scavengers (Bone Vulture Pokémon)
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/630mandibuzz.png

    Galen Marek 
Note: if you wanna work on this, better pick another trope, Forrest Gump rightfully took it…

Galen Marek, God of Shaping One's Own Universe's History From "Behind The Scenes" (The Apprentice, Starkiller)

https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/SecretApprentice_bg_5565.jpg
  • In the case of Galen, at least in the now non-canon Legends timeline, after strating his path to redemption, he helped the Wookiees hide from the Empire under Princess Leia's request by destroying an Imperial skyhook that was shipping the Wookiees off-planet, rescued Leia's foster father Bail Organa in Felucia, and inadvertently formed the Rebel Alliance alongside the Rogue Shadow crew, which was supposed to be a ploy to gather all the Emperor's enemies and take them out in a single blow.
  • As a former Sith who turned to good, Galen immediately signed up for the GUAG, particularly the Ministry Of Atonement. He's not at all particularly happy with his former master Darth Vader being there though, and immediately made to attack him the moment they saw one another (well, the moment he saw himin the suit, that is. The rest of the Ministry (and a visiting Luke Skywalker) broke up the fight as quickly as it began, though, and explained what Vader has managed to do since then. As such, his relations with his former master aren't as bad as before, but all the abuse he has suffered can't just go away, and so he avoids him whenever possible.
  • Princess Leia and Chewbacca were surprised and happy to see Galen, as he has helped them (well, the latter's race as a whole) in a past timeline. This got things complicated with Luke, as the Jedi saw in Galen what he could've been had Vader raised him from the start. But if Galen has been able to turn to the good side, he finds no reason to turn him down. This cautionary friendliness is also extended by Han Solo, being Leia's wife and Chewie's partner; if they can trust him, perhaps he can too.
    • That said, having been raised in the ways of the Sith, his relations with the rest of the ascended Jedi (like Obi-Wan, Yoda, Mace, Qui-Gon, and Ahsoka) is tenuous at best, especially since he had been raised specifically to assassinate them, and even successfully did so on at least two. The same goes for Padme, having been at the receiving end of a Force Choke just before her own death. The same can't be said for Jar-Jar, though; being ever so friendly, he managed to gain Galen's trust, too, though the ex-Sith is a more than a bit mad that he was the one who brought Palpatine to power, who in turn was Galen's "true master", with Vader as nothing more than a proxy.
  • When on missions from the GUAG, Galen always travels in his stealth starship the Rogue Shadow, piloted by his girlfriend Juno, though he wasn't able to admit his feelings to himself until his attack in the first Death Star. Now that they're reunited once more in the Pantheon, they can be often seen together, though Galen often acts awkwardly due to lack of social skills from his training.
  • Despite other training methods being available, he always picks PROXY and they practice either at his own temple or the House of Combat, although him using the techniques and appearance of Jedi (both ascended and not) can be disconcerting to their audience. To alleviate these concerns, and also because other non-Force users are present in the Pantheon, PROXY has been provided data on other enemies of the GUAG for better training, though he's better skilled at imitating sword-users. That said, PROXY is always going for the kill, even if he no longer needs to do so. While Death Is Cheap in the Pantheon, many find this disturbing.
  • Boba Fett had the "privilege" of meeting Galen's clone Starkiller II once before and has decided to stay clear from the real Galen, reasoning that the original one can be just as dangerous.
  • Amongst the ascended Force-users in the Pantheon, Galen is seen as being the greatest threat out of all of them by the GUAG's enemies, seeing that he once managed to use the Force to alter the trajectory of a crashing Star Destroyer. The other ascended Jedi also find this frightening.
  • Unlike Grand Admiral Thrawn, Starkiller isn't that perturbed that his storyline is no longer canon, partly because the only way it would end would be in his death and Darth Vader escaping from him and his allies.
    • He's harbors a bit of jealousy as of late though, now that Thrawn has made an appearance in Star Wars Rebels.
  • As someone who else went from the Dark side to the Light side, and having been a former follower of his, Galen befriended Cecil Harvey, who now melds both principles together.
  • Back when he was under Vader's tutelage, he got involved in the quest to claim Soul Calibur/Soul Edge alongside Vader and Yoda. Along the way, he made rivals out of the "locals" there. "Thankfully" though, he did not deem either sword of value after defeating Algol, much to Soul Edge's fury.

    Honchkrow 
Honchkrow, God of Creepy Crows (Big Boss Pokémon)
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/430honchkrow.png

Profile acquired from Kantonkage

    Barnaby Brooks Jr. 
Barnaby Brooks Jr., God of Punch Clock Heroes
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/BarnabyBrooksJr_1972.jpg
  • Potential House: Ambiguity House Guardian
  • [tup]s:

    Anton Ego 
Anton Ego, God of Becoming A Nicer Person (Ego, the Grim Eater)
https://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/rsz_anton_5412.jpg

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