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  • Pantheon's dance references Jailhouse Rock by Elvis Presley.
    • A side-by-side comparison can be seen here.
  • Pantheon and Master Yi Master Yi are the champions with the highest base movement speed in-game (355)
  • Pantheon was named after Πάνθεον (a noun originally referring to all deities from Ancient Greek religion, later Twelve Olympians).
    • His host body's name comes from pre-Greek Ἀτρεύς, analyzed by folk-etymology as "untrembling"; based on the name of an Achaean warlord known to the Hittites as Attarsiya.
    • Atreus' friend's name Πύλας Pylas also derives from the pre-Greek architectural term πῠ́λη pylē "gate", from which we have "pylon"[1].


  • "They will not enjoy this", "Getting kicked into a well is the least of your worries!", and "My profession?! You know, now that I think of it, I've always wanted to be a baker" reference 300.


PantheonSquare Classic Pantheon [S|L]
PantheonSquare Myrmidon Pantheon [S|L]
PantheonSquare Perseus Pantheon [S|L]
PantheonSquare Ruthless Pantheon [S|L]
PantheonSquare Full Metal Pantheon [S|L]
PantheonSquare Glaive Warrior Pantheon [S|L]
PantheonSquare Dragonslayer Pantheon [S|L]
PantheonSquare Slayer Pantheon [S|L]
PantheonSquare Baker Pantheon [S|L]


  • The Pantheon is the Targonian Celestial Aspect of War, a being who (unlike the Sun Sun, Moon Moon, and Protector Protector Aspects) completely possesses his host (the current one is a Rakkoran warrior named Atreus, who was chosen for his determination and single-mindedness in the pursuit of battle) of which he has several (one for each planet Targon has claimed, Atreus being Runeterra's, their homeworld)
    • Before becoming the Pantheon's avatar, Atreus had accused Leona Leona of not fulfilling her duty of slaying any creature that came down the mountain (in her case, the Sun Aspect himself) for which they met in combat (they fought to a standstill, with Leona Leona being taken in by the Solari Solari and Atreus training and defending his tribe until he decided to climb Mount Targon since the Solari Solari were unwilling to pursue the enemies of the Rakkor)


  1. Beekes, R.S.P.
    Etymological Dictionary of Greek, p. 1257
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