Bureaucracy Adventure. Various typical office hijinks, intrigue and so on, but mostly just looking for ways to make people's lives more difficult and to make a rival department do the paperwork.
Or you can do like Roger Zelazny allegedly did in one of his novels, which is basically the same, but with ancient Egyptian gods and in space. I'm serious, there could be some real potential in a Celestial Bureaucracy Adventure, as long as the rules are sufficiently labyrinthine and the intrigue Byzantine enough to provide for at least a decent starting point as the protagonist stumbles around trying to undo the damage he will inevitably cause by acting under our guidance in time for an inspection.
Actually, Zelazny novels are a good source of adventure ideas in general, like say A Night in the Lonesome October (creepily heroic grave robbing adventure!), Today We Choose Faces (just for the concept of psychically interconnected, yet personally distinct clones having to deal with some sudden problem) or Isle of the Dead (one word: worldscaping).