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This page refers to the Full Metal Panic!/Oh My Goddess!/Ranma 1/2 fanfic not the novel series in deveolpment around the original characters from this story.

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These were the characters before the plot really got moving.


  "This looks like a safe neighborhood." - Ranma Satomi on arriving in the neighborhood of Jindai High.


Like so many other fics by Thrythlind, this was started merely by an idle “what if” statement that consisted of “what if Ranma Saotome had children by the Gods?”. The first elements were posted in mid-August on the Maximum Adventure. The prologue, chapter one and some of chapter two were written between then and late January of 2007, after which time it sat untouched until picked up again in June of 2009, recently reaching its 48th chapter.

The plot is that Zeus and Poseidon are arguing over whose bloodline is strongest by comparing their children's accomplishments. A third deity, Hecate, appeared and noted that neither could compare their bloodlines because they had not yet sired children on the same woman. She suggested a bet and offered herself to serve as a fill in for her father Hades, since he was unlikely to care about such a bet, or approve.

The object of the bet is Ranma Saotome, who ends up kidnapped from Japan and abandoned in Greece.

The story then skips seventeen years to Ranma Satomi (a European misspelling of her name that she’s adopted to avoid attention) deciding to return to Japan after raising her children for seventeen years, during which she has acted as a freelance mercenary and exorcist.

Ranma avoids Nerima, not wanting to go right to her old home just yet, and Nekomi, due to sensing something similar to her attackers there. Instead she arrives at Jindai High, her children starting school the same day as Sousuke Sagara.

Note: A careful look will show that most of the entries here were added by me, Thrythlind, and that it has been added to with even more frequency than I add to my original works. This is because I often use this as a sort of self-evaluation/accounting of what has or has not happened in the story. I always like it when somebody else posts an entry, because they often find something that I didn't think of, but I like having a place to go that has all the characterizations and tropes I've used so far because it makes for a handy tool for maintaining consistency in my story.

So, yeah, I use tvtropes as a public plot map. Not sure if that's the intended use or not.

Tropes Found In Divine Blood:

  • Abusive Parents: Bit character Illujanka was a terrible mother to her daughter Rene. Rene's Heroic Sacrifice, which was preceded by Rene apologizing to her mother for being a failure, being continuously replayed on the news leads to Illujanka having a massive Heel Realization.

 Illujanka: Her name was Rene. She was born nine months after Woodstock. Her father was a human who died in a car accident I was too drunk or high too see coming. She was the only daughter I had in ten thousand years of life and the last thing I said to her before those bastards attacked us was that she'd never amount to anything... And they keep playing her apologizing to me.


 Tessa:At least they're not accusing me of trying to become a God.

Mardukas Isn't that exactly what you did?

Tessa:I really hope not.

    • Played Straight with Frank Simmons being mutated by Leonard. However, he was quickly curb stomped.
  • All There in the Manual: A lot of stuff is discussed and explained by the author in the Addventure comments and forum threads regarding this fic. This is partially due to Thrythlind's Readers are Geniuses tendencies.
  • Ancient Astronauts: The Gods and Demons are survivors of sentient races that evolved to immortality prior to humanity.
  • And Man Grew Proud: The Demons with the KT event and the Gods with the first Demon-God war
  • Another Dimension: Three major ones and implied several minor ones, all artificially created pocket universes.
    • Nifelheim is an overpopulated and sulfur-filled pocket dimension originally designed as an emergency refuge to survive the aftermath of the KT event.
      • It semi-matches the fire and brimstone type hell because by the time they finished it, Demons had altered themselves to better survive a mild version of such an atmosphere.
    • Asgard is a vast, arboreal world designed for long-term habitation and self-sustainability.
    • Recent developments have revealed the existence of Atlantis, which is currently being used as the base of operations in the war effort.
    • The Labyrinth is one of several fantastical places that the Gods and Demons pulled out of the world and set in hiding in order to preserve them as monuments.
      • Since its discovery by Deimosu and crew, it is likely to become the basis for a third major dimensional realm.
  • Badass: Several Characters
  • Badass Abnormal: Sousuke and Mao. Mao has actually used her new abilities once.
  • Badass Adorable: Eija. Soooo many fans have commented that she's adorable despite the fact she has one of the creepiest and nastiest power sets of the three siblings.
  • Badass Normal: Sousuke (for the moment)
    • To a certain extent, any highly trained soldier. For those that know about paranormal abilities, the general perception is that "Akiras" (paranormals with no training in how to operate) are a detriment.
  • Beautiful All Along: Yonjuu and any other "Ni", subverted by the fact that they are what most people consider voluptuous while their ideal of beauty is a gymnast's build, due to their "mother" being a gymnast who sees other body types a detriment to actually performing gymnastics. Yonjuu Ni is the most vehement in stating that she's ugly.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Eija takes over a mindscape to seal Hecate's ghost by literally drowning her in blood.
    • Taken Up to Eleven when model Yamato Nadeshiko Kasumi poisons and kills an entire banquet hall full of rogue gods using knowledge of God anatomy and chemistry acquired for first aid reasons over the past months..
  • Big Bad Ensemble: Hecate, Gauron, Leonard Testarossa and Kodachi Kuno
  • Big Damn Heroes
    • Naiki saves Kurz by trapping Gauron's villain in Chapter 6
    • Deimosu saves Yaku Go in Chapter 13
    • Eija arrives to curb-stomp Sophia in Chapter 25
    • Megumi, Yaku Go, Sarah Miller and Skuld finish programming Silmaril just in time in Chapter 40
    • A Demon grabbing her followed by artillery and cruise missiles save Mao in Chapter 41, however, that was planned.
    • Naiki and Eija appear to save Lusca and Kyoko from enemy Demons, though that was partially a summoning.
    • Ryouga saves Kasumi and company in chapter 45
  • Big Lipped Alligator Moment: In-universe example, for the lovers that Aphrodite used as a warp point. From their perspective, a quartet of scantily clad Greek goddesses randomly appear, accuse the man of infidelity, and leave. The woman, now shocked that the man she's with is already married, then leaves as well. The man is thoroughly confused and doesn't realize he got off easy considering the goddesses included Hera.
  • Blank Slate: Shichimu Ni, whose memories were wiped in trying to prevent Kodachi from claiming her body. This hardens Kurz's resolve to eliminate the memetic parasite Kodachi.
  • Boldly Coming: The approach of the Gods and Demons toward humans in the early days.
  • Catch Phrase:

 Naiki: A Violent, tumultuous, overwhelming flow.

Also Naiki: Wait...

Deimosu: Twelve.

Lusca: That's not funny.

Also Lusca: SQUEEE!

Sousuke: Affirmative.

Eija: No, really.


 Kaname: You were planning this before you ever got assigned the homework?

Mizuki: Yeah.

Sousuke: Why didn't you just do the homework?

Mizuki: I was busy putting the whole smoke bomb thing together!

    • She has just been revealed to be planning to sabotage a power station to cause a blackout and wreck the grading machines of the college she goes to so she can retake the entry exams - two years from now. Again, the thought of using all that time to meet the academic goal in question legitimately never occurred to her.
  • Crossover: Ranma 1/2, Full Metal Panic and Ah My Goddess with lots of references to other series
  • Cursed with Awesome: Eija has the ability to see how a person has dealt with death, perceiving deaths inflicted by a person as splotches of red on their body. If the person highly enjoys it she sees the blood work into their body. This lets her detect dangerous people. Also, she can see how death hangs over a person so that she can tell how healthy they are. Very useful abilities, but Eija really hates seeing the blood on her own and her family's hands, so she actively suppresses this most of the time.
    • Literally with Zeus, who is cursed to be killed by one of his children. Anybody that tries to kill him who isn't one of his children tends to have things go badly for them. He's used this curse to pretty much trample over anybody else that gets in his way.
  • Did I Just Say That Out Loud?: A telepathic variant that describes the amount of control Naiki has over her internal chatter...much to Tessa's both use and annoyance.
  • Doorstopper: This would be one if printed out. 405K words as of May 2011, and still going strong.
  • Drama-Preserving Handicap: Ranma joining the ranks of the Ainur would be a gamebreaker in MITHRIL's favor, so the process doesn't work on her. It also provides more opportunities for Ranma to perform incredible feats without an additional powerup.
  • Dying Moment of Awesome: Hild and Kami-Sama
    • To a moderate degree, Shichimu Ni, though it's a mental death that leaves the body alive.
    • Kishimo-jin
    • Persephone has a Dying Moment of Heart Warming.
    • Aphrodite's Out with a Bang attack on the rebel God leadership.
  • Expecting Someone Taller: Tessa gets a lot of this, being mistaken as the secretary.
  • Fan Nickname: Lusca Kraken --> Cthulhu-chan (first heard by author in IM and then used by him in comments)
    • Kodachi's Daughters --> Dachi-Kira
    • Kodachi --> That Parasite
  • Fantastic Racism: Let's just say Hecate hates demons a lot, and doesn't like the "impure" joining the ranks of Asgard.
    • Kurumi Tendo dislikes Demons to a non-psychotic degree.
  • Fantastic Slurs: one used frequently, two more hinted at
    • "Akira" used by trained soldiers and psychics to describe people who think born power means you don't need to train
    • "Barney" Mao's thought regarding the fact that Demons are evolved dinosaurs.
    • "Flipper" Mao's thought regarding the fact that Gods are evolved whales.
  • First Law of Gender Bending: Ranma is stuck in female form through much of the story.
    • and even after spends most of her time female since she doesn't want to discomfort her children
  • Foreshadowing: The fate of Kodachi after Ranma disappeared, with reports of her whereabouts dismissed due to Refuge in Audacity, even for Nerima standards.
    • Kasumi commenting on God and Demon dietary requirements.

 Kasumi: "Hmm, I shall have to attend to figuring out what is best to serve such guests then. It would not do to dishonor her comrades by accidentally poisoning them."

  • Functional Magic: Most powers are psychic/psionic abilities, Magic is expressly stated to be the act of borrowing a power that is inherent to another being for your own ends.
  • Gambit Pileup: Expect this to happen as the conflicts between gods, demons, and the rebels in both groups spill unto the already tense situation between NATO, the Warsaw Pact, MITHRIL, and Amalgam.
  • Half-Human Hybrid: The Satomi triplets, being demigods,
    • though Eija is now completely God, and Naiki is now half-God and half-Demon
    • and recently Deimos went from half-god, half-human to half-god, half-Human Subspecies
  • Heroes of Another Story: Stargate universe characters are being used to staff the United States military's version of Psyche division, which is called "Socrates Group".
  • Heart Is an Awesome Power: In another omake by AYH, Dionysus has the power to turn water into wine. The human body is made of 70 percent water, and Dionysus exploits that fact to give an Amalgam strike force instant alcohol poisoning.

 Dionysus:These men should be out for several hours at the least, and most will require liver transplants afterwards.

    • Shichimu Ni using Clairvoyance and the ability to make herself hallucinate to kill at least eleven confirmed of Kodachi's bodies.
  • Heroic Sacrifice
    • Kami-Sama moving Yggdrasil.
    • Kurumi Tendo saving Hel so Natsume won't die doing it.
    • Lt Mc Allen grenading a Kodachi along with himself and some of her soldiers so Kurz and Shichimu can escape.
    • Kishimo-jin's Redemption Equals Death moment in helping kill Kodachi.
    • "Illujanka's daughter, Rene", introed and killed in one episode, got herself killed in the Abyss's lockdown procedures to get most of the Demonic civilians to safety in the prison.
    • Batiste pushes Eija out of the way of the bomb he set off.
    • Aphrodite's Out with a Bang Dying Moment of Awesome gambit to delay the rebel God leadership, and kill several of them while also getting Hera, Daio Chan, Erzuli, Freya and Benten out of the line of fire.
  • Heterosexual Life Partners: Kaname and Eija are in love with each other as well as Sousuke. Their love for each other, however, is not sexual love and both get rather disturbed when Mizuki implies they might have kissed each other with tongue.
  • Holding Back the Phlebotinum: Kaname would have in been in line for ascending, but Tessa wanted to investigate the mystery of the "ghost" who wants Kaname's body first. Thus when it came for Kaname's upgrade to Ainur, Tessa timed it with the activation of the new Silmaril computer.
  • Honor Before Reason: Nodoka, but in this case, she takes this into a Lawful Stupid direction, seeing that she thinks a raped daughter is a stain on the clan, which can only be resolved with Seppuku.
  • Humanity Is Infectious: Another main point of contention between old and modern Demons and Gods. Demons and Gods altered themselves genetically to better fit in with humanity and also started taking time to study their culture. The result, several implications of Becoming the Mask were the Demons and Gods have started taking up human culture honestly.
  • Important Haircut: Main one is where Kaname, Eija and Sousuke decide on their official Triang Relations situation
    • A lesser one involves Skuld losing a bet that requires her to dye her hair pink for a year.
    • The haircut given to Eija where she suddenly realizes she's "Goth".
      • Technically the same haircut as the first example. Making that a sort of two-fold example.
  • Immortality: Several types indicated.
    • Most immortals are the Undying variety, with Demons and Gods being , until recently the only species for whom this is a racial norm.
      • At least one immortal human that was not changed into either a Demon or God has been shown to exist. These rare people that achieved immortality without being changed to a Demon or God have had little to no impact on the plot yet, save that Hecate dislikes them as well.
    • Ghosts exist and are based on the ghosts in Ghost Whisperer with "death seers" mostly being responsible for dealing with them by either containing them or helping them pass on. Unsure whether this would be Undead or Spiritual immortality.
    • The existence of Quincey Harker as the man who brought Ranma into Psyche implies the existence of Vampiric immortals of the Dracula variety.
  • Immortality Immorality: Averted for now. The Gods and Demons only warn the humans that there will be some trials as humanity is now able to obtain immortality via Tessa's new device, mostly due to the fact it won't work on everyone. So far Tessa and Melissa Mao are the first to go through the process.
    • In fact the method used to avert this is the main point of contention between the different factions of Gods and Demons.
    • Also note, that despite the original method to acquire immortality an unintended side effect for achieving something else that this is a natural facet of life for Gods, Demons and the as yet unnamed human immortals.
  • Insistent Terminology: The species of Gods and Demons were named such by the humans.

  Morrigan: I've never claimed to be the Creator of the universe. We started to interact with you, and you called us 'God'. Eventually we just kept having to respond to that and it became the name of the species. As far as I am concerned, the definition of 'God' is my species. And since I am a member of my species, I am not a false god.

  • Interspecies Romance
    • Keiichi and Belldandy (of course)
    • Eija and Sousuke
    • Eija and Kaname, assuming Heterosexual Life Partners count
    • Hints of this in Moloch's speaking to Wraith
  • I Owe You My Life: Kraken, to Naiki. Combined with the fact that Naiki was already indebted to Kraken for a spell she used to result in Pepe lePew level Stalker with a Crush.
  • It's Not Rape If You Enjoyed It: Very, very averted with Zeus.
  • Lady Land: Gods and demons have much higher populations of females than they do males due to the existence of parthenogenesis spells.
    • The initial reason is implied to be that millions of years of intermittent war between Gods and Demons was hard an the male of the species, implying that female soldiers and the like developed as more of the men died or were sealed.
  • Leeroy Jenkins: This describes Naiki very well.
  • Les Yay: Mostly from Naiki subverted in that Naiki has mostly been hitting on or flirting with straight girls
    • Kaname has a habit of using the image of a sexily dressed Eija as window dressing in her fantasies.
  • Locking MacGyver in the Store Cupboard: Done to Skuld. Hilarity Ensues.
  • Loveable Sex Maniac: Naiki...again subverted in that Naiki is a virgin
  • Manipulative Bastard: Several, mostly Manipulative Bitches though
  • Mental Affair: This is a facet of sex with the Immortal races, it remains to be seen whether or not this requires physical contact, heavy emotional connections or both between the participants.
  • Minored in Asskicking: Eija who really dislikes actual battle but is fairly competent at it
  • Mind Hug: Eija, Persephone and Hel getting Sophia to crossover.
  • Mind Rape
    • Kodachi's makes this an SOP, both mundane and superversions, up to and including a full assimilation of the target.
    • The Furies pull a small as yet unnoticed version on Deimosu
    • Lusca did it to herself in order to have some control of when she was violent
    • Zeus does this as part of his normal thing.
  • Mood Whiplash: Rollercoasters through slice of life, horror, action, romance, drama, tragedy and comedy.
  • Mundane Utility: Yaku uses the supercomputer she found in the Labyrinth to play Starcraft. Can also be applied to her using her super genius to undoubtedly port the game to a 2000+ year old computer and hook it to the modern internet.
  • Naughty Tentacles: Kraken, although its ostensibly been Combat Tentacles each time so far- she does uses them for combat in the most rape-like way possible.
    • Kraken's crush Naiki has just been introduced to this trope. She finds it disturbingly fascinating.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: A couple of times
    • Naiki: Tends to be a habit with her, though she doesn't compete with her brother's single instance. Some specifics:
      • Underestimates the Karate Club guys and gets in a position where she has to use a chi burst to defeat them in public, while Gauron is spying on Kaname nearby.
      • Naiki's fear of flying combined with a terrorist take over of the plane she's on causes her to go on a fear-crazed berserk as soon as the plane lands, which leaves her captured and used as a hostage to insure Deimosu's surrender.
      • Goes back to help Kurz's fight against the Venom Chodarl, splitting the escape party and causing Eija, Kaname, Deimosu and Sousuke to hesitate long enough figuring out where she went for the Musk to attack and force Eija, Kaname and Sousuke to miss the escape.
      • Tries and fails to rescue and protect Tessa from the Behemoth terrorists.
      • Uses a black magic spell that causes her to touch Tessa's soul, starting the mind merge process and also indebting her to a Demon that makes Mara queasy. Twice.
      • In backstory, Naiki's intense fear of flying is due to an...interesting 10 meter trip through a hangar that occurred when she tried to operate a helicopter as a young girl.
      • In the fight against the Behemoth, uses her summoned tentacles to throw Mao into a pile of debris, almost effectively taking her out of the fight.
      • In the Martial Arts Takeout Race, loses control of her newly made Torrent of Debris spell.
      • Before getting one of Persephone's peaches, she spends a lot of the fight against Poseidon being rescued by the older, human martial artists.
    • Deimosu: Destroying the Doublet System and allowing Hecate's war to start
    • Batiste: Decides to try and disarm the heart monitor connected to the trigger for Gauron's bombs. Triggers a booby trap as a result.
    • Skuld: tries to rescue herself and creates replicators by accident.
  • Nostalgia Filter: For the gods and demons that didn't reincarnate very often, they remember the good old days of subjugating humans, being at war with each other, etc etc. The current era of the Enforced Cold War and mingling with the humans disturbs them.
  • Numerical Theme Naming: Kodachi's girls: the Ichi's, Ni's, San's, Yon's and Go's
  • Older and Wiser: Many of Ranma's True Companions (except for the Kunos). Akane's in the Japanese navy, and married to Ryuu Kumon, who was adopted to the Saotome clan. Mousse gave up on Shampoo. Ryoga seems to have mellowed out.
  • Omake: A crossover omake, with Nobody Dies.
  • Online Alias: Skuld goes online by the name ChibiHammer, and has a rep of blowing up other people computers.
  • Poor Communication Kills: Well almost. Nodoka knew what happened to Ranma, but didn't let anyone else know, due to her concepts of honor. This nearly costs Nabiki's life as she gets caught in the Chinese Civil War looking for Ranma.
  • Power Trio: Several
    • Sousuke-Eija-Kaname
    • Yonjuu Ni-Sanya San-Ichi Ni
    • Yonjuu Ni-Deimosu-Yaku Go
    • Tessa-Naiki-Mara
  • Parental Abandonment: After the assault by the gods, Ranma calls for her mother for comfort. Instead, she gets judged for dishonoring the clan, told to commit suicide, and then left high and dry. Ranma almost did got through the suicide, but she then learned that she was pregnant.
  • Psychic Link: Full Metal Panic's Resonance, extended in this fanfic to allow Gods and Demons to also make these connections. It is however Blessed with Suck as the connected minds may merge into one. This is why Eija became a full God and Naiki a half god, half demon, as it was to prevent them, along with Kaname and Tessa, from losing their identities. However, this allows for Kaname and Tessa via the Psychic Link to see process of turning humans into gods/demons, and using that to construct a machine that will at least remove the downside of Resonance, with the bonus of making Whispered equivalents to the gods and demons.
  • Psychic Nosebleed: Sort of, psychic stress and attacks bursts blood vessels, but this usually causes internal bleeding in the body. So far, the more serious instances have been head-related, but it's just as likely that a massive psychic attack would burst the vessels in the lungs and cause the victim to drown in their own blood. No actually nosebleed has happened yet.
  • Puny Earthlings: Those belonging in Hecate's camp think of humanity in this way.
  • Rape as Backstory: Ranma's first brush with the Gods, with their intention of having her bear their children.
  • Reincarnation: The Gods and Demons have a practice of sealing the majority of their memories and reliving childhood anew. This was initially a tool for better understanding humanity but has since become a question of ideology.
    • The modern Gods and Demons who are in charge of Heaven and Hell have done this so regularly that they see this as a necessary facet of a physically immortal life and that not doing so is detrimental to the sanity.
    • The old Gods and Demons who have been sidelined see this process as a sort of mental and spiritual suicide and a denial of their proper place in the world.
  • Retcon: The first mention of Tatewaki Kuno has him being described as being still unmarried while spending his resources into tracking down Ranma. A later episode introduces Mariko Konjo as his ex, with three children between them. Arguably, it could be reconciled that as far as the Nerima crew knew, he was still unmarried, and in Kuno's twisted mind he thought the same way. This begs the question on how Mariko snagged Kuno and got three children out of it.
  • Religious and Mythological Theme Naming: Ranma tried to give her children "normal Greek names" so they could fit in, and chose three names from minor Greek deties. Some of the children have complained at least once that it made them stick out more.
  • Rescue Romance: How Nabiki and Ryoga got together.
  • Running Gag: More than one!
    • Some how, some way, Eija, the super-powered martial artist now goddess will end up unconscious and being carried or cared for by Kaname.
    • Naiki and blondes.
    • Yonjuu and her complaints about her figure.
    • Ranma's continued intimidation of Mara.
  • Sex Dressed: Kaname, Eija and Sousuke do a lousy job at hiding what's up with them. Between Kaname and Eija's Clothing Switch and Sousuke's lipstick stains, pretty much everybody on Atlantis knows by now.
  • Shout-Out Theme Naming: comments indicate that humanity's Chi computer will be named Silmaril to go along with Mithril's Tolkien theme. In the far future when they make their own alternate dimension, it's likely to be called either Gondolin, Imladris or Lothlorien.
  • Shout-Out: An earlier incarnation of the Goddess Morrigan is responsible for nearly driving the succubus race into extinction.
  • Spanner in the Works: Humanity via the Whispered in developing Humongous Mecha and the Lambda Drive, which Hecate didn't see coming.
  • Squee: Lusca's native language.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Kraken, to Naiki.
  • They Do: Keiichi and Belldandy, and this is the first official interspecies marriage between any of the humanoids, despite the existance of half-breeds. They quickly become Insatiable Newlyweds.
  • The Unmasqued World: Refugees of gods and demons appear on Earth en-mass, with one group in Canada massacred by the rebels. Time will tell how humanity will react.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Tessa and Naiki mostly.
    • Eija and Kaname as well, though the girly one is the more combat capable in this case.
  • Touched by Vorlons: Ranma's Psyche file mentions one inborn power, increased bio-energy production, several powers gained through training and almost as many acquired by exposure to supernatural beings and effects. At an early point in the fic, she makes a mental implication that her rape and subsequent pregnancy tipped the scale so that many of those exposure based abilities finally came out.
    • To some extent, any mortal converted to an immortal, of any of the three races, can be considered this as well.
  • Triang Relations: Type 8, Kaname and Eija love Sousuke and are sexually attracted to him, Sousuke loves and is sexually attracted to both, Kaname and Eija love each other but are not sexually attracted to each other. Though their Psychic Link makes things interesting for one when the other is getting with Sousuke.
  • Unstoppable Rage: See Beware the Nice Ones above.
    • When Hecate triggered this, it's what finally convinced Kodachi Kuno to flee from the mindscape.
    • Naiki's Peach-fueled beat down of Poseidon in the streets of Tokyo might be considered this too.
  • Unwitting Pawn: Hecate fooled a lot of people, but most notably she directed Deimosu to merely disable the Doublet System telling him it was in the way of him killing his mother's rapists. Too bad for her he destroyed it instead.
  • Villain Ball: Justified. Too much time without reincarnating makes most Immortals act arrogantly and predictably.
  • Weak but Skilled: How Sousuke beats Kratos, God of Strength.
  • "Well Done, Son" Guy: Eija and Naiki's attempts to be even acknowledged by their biological grandmother Nodoka. Too bad for them they're much more than The Unfavorite, as Nodoka was upset that her first child gave birth to these beings who should not exist instead of dying as honor dictates.
  • Xanatos Roulette: Hecate's doomed plan.
  • You're Not My Father: Naiki says this to Poseidon, her biological father, in an canon omake written by AYH.
  • You Owe Me: How casting spells invoking demons works (for Gods its a matter of psychic paperwork to get permission). It rarely ends pleasantly for the caster[1], even when the demon you invoked was on your side.
  1. Naiki