"It was fun being the Puppetmaster, but now I grow weary. It's time to put you in your place. Now let me show you how this game ends."
- Theme Song: Stone Cold, I Will Not Be Moved
- Intermediate God, though he can grow into an Overdeilty if he is challenged to a fight
- Symbol: A running blockman (his avatar, as seen here)
- Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
- Portfolio: Nightmare Fetishist, Secret Messages, Doing It for the Art, Black Comedy, Mind Screw, From Nobody to Nightmare, Doesn't Spare Children, Manipulator of the Fourth Wall
- Domains: Creation, Storytelling, Horror
- Underlings: See here
- Allies: H.P. Lovecraft, The nuns and sisters of St. Katherine's Parish, Andrew Hussie, George R.R. Martin
- Opposed by: Gods traumatized by his works and protective of children, especially Jirard "Dragonrider" Khalil
- Observed by: Dipper and Mabel Pines, Mystery Inc., Luna Lovegood, Question, the Comic Book Guy, Beerus, Whis
- Scott Cawthon was once an obscure computer game designer that no one relatively knew about in particular. At least that was the case until one day he created a construction and management game called Chipper & Sons Lumber Co.. However, the game was harshly criticized, as the characters' stiff movements were likened to unnerving animatronic creatures. Distraught, he fell into a depression until he decided to make one last game before calling it quits for good. This is that game that introduced everyone to their new nightmares and made people never look at Chuck E. Cheese the same way again. The rest, as they say, was history.
- Considered to be one of the most enigmatic characters of the Pantheon. He constantly throws out hints and clues to his fanbase as they to figure out the complete lore of his world. Even after his initial tale was complete, people are still trying to look into the pieces he left behind. It was decided that no one was better at making his fans tick than Scott.
- It should be noted that Scott is Christian and is very religious (the man did Christian games once upon a time). He insists that he is not a real god, and is simply happy with being acknowledged for his work. He regularly visits the St. Katherine's Parish to see the nun's performances. Thanks to his humble beginnings Scott became an inspiration to other amateur game developers hoping to create the next big sensation. He even has a few fans in the Pantheon who were in awe of his work.
- Given how terrifying his works are, there are a few people who don't really like him. Several gods reportedly had nightmares of his minions chasing after them. One game review named Jirard even stated that he had to visit a psychiatrist regularly after reviewing five of his games due to his stress anxiety and absolutely refused to look at his sixth one.
- Because of his teasing nature, he gets along well with Andrew Hussie and George R.R. Martin. Though he disagrees with George's habit of killing fan favorites just to shock and break fans. It's because of his strange nature that he's looked on by the likes of the Question, Luna, the Pine Twins, and Mystery Inc. with interest.
- The Comic Book Guy is one of those trying to learn the secrets of his lore. The with every theory fans throughout, they never seem to be getting closer to the truth. The comic guy doesn't seem intimidated by it at all. He welcomes the challenge.
- Believe it or not, Scott is the only god in the Pantheon that can transform into an Overdeity by himself. At will. With no catch. This development has confused many of the upper tier gods, as there has not been such a being to be able to do this before. Beerus and Whis seem to be the ones who are most interested in Scott for this reason, though Beerus seems more interested in seeing how powerful Scott can be when he goes all out.
Aisa Himegami, the Living Monster Poison (Deep Blood)
- Symbol: Her holy cross covered in blood
- Neutral Good
- Portfolio: Reluctant Vampire Hunter, Not-So Born Winner, Dark and Troubled Past, The Quiet One, Dark and Troubled Past, Having Blood That's Toxic to Vampires, Japanese Christian, Nuns Are Mikos, Wanting to Get Stronger
- Domains: Blood, Vampire Killing, Esper
- Allies: Touma Kamijou, Index Librorium Prohibitorium
- Enemies: Rassilon, The Ancestor
- Good Counterpart to: Skarlet
- Pitied by: Buffy Summers
- Feared by: All vampires in the Pantheon
- Deep Blood. That is the name given to Aisa because of the strong aroma of her blood that attracts vampires. However, the red juices in her veins that vampires lust for so much has a deadly side-effect to them: a single drop of it is enough to turn any vampire who drinks into dust instantly, and this includes godlike vampires such as Alucard, Gabrial, and Arcueid. This power of her's is less of a blessing and more of a curse since it ended up killing her family after a vampire was lured to her scent.
- The first thing she did upon ascending was to throw a surprising accurate gumball at Touma, mostly out of annoyance for being, well, left in the dust. She really was happy to see him again though.
- Since her blood instantly attracts vampires unless her holy cross is on, she hardly goes anywhere without it. But for the safety of herself as well as other vampires in the Patheon, she is banned from coming within 500m of the House of Vampires (plus every other vampire deity or a deity related to vampires in some ways outside the house). This suits her just fine, as she doesn't want what happened to her family to happen to anyone else.
- Unfortunately, this doesn't stop Rassilon from taking interest in her ability. He too is also banned from entering the Vampire House, and plans to use her blood as a means to destroy vampires once and for all.
- The Ancestor would be too interested in her blood for use after it probably had attracted the Crimson Court from his Estate and would consider employing her to quell the vampires in the future.
- Is very much annoyed by the fact that she was swept under the rug as Touma's adventures continued.
Tucker and Dale
Tucker and Dale, Gods of Bloody Misunderstands
- Symbol: Their cabin
- Neutral Good, bordering on Stupid Good
- Portfolio: Blood-Splattered Innocents, Southern Perky Goths, Deconstructive Parodies of Hillbilly Horrors, Sensitive Guy and Manly Man, Nice Guys, Good Ol' Boys
- Domains: Horror Slashers (Deconstructed), Humor, Hillbillies
- Quick, just how many times you have heard setups like this before? Bunch of college kids are going into a forest in West Virginia to party and generally have a good time. On Memorial Day weekend, of course. On their way to the place they encounter some weird hillbillies at the gas station. Soon things escalate and they find themselves locked in a bloody combat involving the rural against the urban. There's just one thing to note. The hillbillies are actually misunderstood good guys who really wouldn't hurt anybody. Poor Communication Kills as they say.