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|NameOnMUSH=Thor
 
|NameOnMUSH=Thor
 
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|Char_id=107
 
|Char_id=107
 
|Img=https://i.imgur.com/P48zBoy.png
 
|Img=https://i.imgur.com/P48zBoy.png
|FullName=Thor Odinson / Dr. Donald John Blake, M.D.
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|FullName=Dr. Donald John Blake, MD (Thor Odinson)
 
|Gender=Male
 
|Gender=Male
 
|Species=Asgardian
 
|Species=Asgardian
 
|Theme=Marvel
 
|Theme=Marvel
 
|Chartype=EFC
 
|Chartype=EFC
|Active=Dropped
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|Active=Approved
 
|Occupation=King of Asgard
 
|Occupation=King of Asgard
|Citizenship=Asgard / United States of America
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|Citizenship=United States of America (Kingdom of Asgard)
|Residence=New Asgard, Norway
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|Residence=On board the Asgardian Vessel, 'Frigga's Mercy''
 
|Education=Privately Educated
 
|Education=Privately Educated
|Groups=[[Avengers]], [[Asgard]], [[Pantheon Assembly]], [[Space-OOC]]
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|Groups=[[Space-OOC]], [[Pantheon Assembly]], [[Avengers]]
 
|Quote="Waves are but water. Wind but air. And though lightning be fire... yet it must answer thunder's call."
 
|Quote="Waves are but water. Wind but air. And though lightning be fire... yet it must answer thunder's call."
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|DOB=21 November 484
 
|DOB=21 November 484
|Height=198 cm
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|Height=198 cm (6'6")
|Weight=290 kg
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|Weight=290 kg (638 lbs)
 
|Hair=Blond
 
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|Song="Immigrant Song" by Led Zeppelin
 
|Song="Immigrant Song" by Led Zeppelin
 
|Profile=Thor Odinson, Prince of Asgard and God of Thunder, he is a figure stepped from the age of myth and legend into modern-day Earth. While humans have known him in different names and forms throughout the ages, a hero of many more myths than one, there is little doubting that he is the inspiration of the Norse deity of the same name, one whose influence and reputation endures through the ages. With his magic hammer Mjolnir in hand, he commands the raging elements and can strike down any foe who stands against him. It is fortunate, then, that he has taken the side of the heroic Avengers, confirming his status as a champion for Midgard as well as Asgard, standing with God and man alike against the coming of Ragnarok and any lesser evil.
 
|Profile=Thor Odinson, Prince of Asgard and God of Thunder, he is a figure stepped from the age of myth and legend into modern-day Earth. While humans have known him in different names and forms throughout the ages, a hero of many more myths than one, there is little doubting that he is the inspiration of the Norse deity of the same name, one whose influence and reputation endures through the ages. With his magic hammer Mjolnir in hand, he commands the raging elements and can strike down any foe who stands against him. It is fortunate, then, that he has taken the side of the heroic Avengers, confirming his status as a champion for Midgard as well as Asgard, standing with God and man alike against the coming of Ragnarok and any lesser evil.
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===Current Player Approved: September 12, 2019===
|Description=This towering giant of a man is not just of stereotypically Nordic cast, he appears the very platonic ideal of the blonde-haired, blue-eyed son of the northern lands of ice and snow. At a full six and a half feet in height with a broad-shouldered, barrel-chested figure to match, he is intimidating by any measure, at least in silhouette. For while his frame is of an imposing cast, his face is somehow unmistakably both heroic and approachable, powerful and kind. On one hand, it is the strong-jawed, straight-nosed, broad-browed visage of prototypical rugged masculinity. Yet his smiles are infectiously friendly and the whole of his face is lit by his light blue eyes. It doesn't hurt that all of it framed by a frankly gorgeous mane of golden blonde hair that falls in waves around his neck and shoulders, often animated by an oddly ever-present breeze.
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<span style="color:#4040bf">'''Description:'''</span>
If his near-perfect physique did not lend the man a sense of the fantastic, of a grandeur beyond the realm of mortal men, then his manner of dress leaves no question on the subject. Garbed in a sort of armored costume, with a stiff dark gray leather tunic tightly fit to his broad chest and hanging below the waist in a form of military skirt. A broad leather belt is buckled with a rounded disc with a symbol that may be a raised hammer or a stylized 'T'. Though his arms are left bare (to better display his rather ridiculously bulging biceps, no doubt!), some kind of scaled metal leggings emerge beneath the skirt, leading to tall, cuffed boots that match his tunic and partial gloves. Most notable of his attire is the flowing red cape, worn attached to his tunic at a metal disc near each shoulder and his shining silver helmet. The latter is open-faced, albeit with prominent cheek guards, and features a distinctive pair of metallic wings sweeping up and back from near his temples.<br><br>Worn on his belt when not carried in hand, is a simple-looking weapon that nonetheless radiates an almost unfathomable power: a one-handed warhammer with a heavy, almost blocky rectangular metallic head, and a leather-wrapped grip that ends in a long loop.
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|History=Men have histories, but Gods have myths, and so it is with Thor Odinson, child of the Allfather. There is no certainty in his origin, for the eternal cycle of Ragnarok has created many lives and many endings for all the Gods of Asgard and for dimensions beyond. And Thor is no exception, for his is a key part of that cycle: he is the slayer of the Midgard Serpent, though in his victory, he is slain by it. This is a role he has filled, but also one he is destined to fulfill again.
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This towering giant of a man is not just of stereotypically Nordic cast, he appears the very platonic ideal of the blonde-haired, blue-eyed son of the northern lands of ice and snow. At a full six and a half feet in height with a broad-shouldered, barrel-chested figure to match, he is intimdating by any measure, at least in silhouette. For while his frame is of an imposing cast, his face is somehow unmistakably both heroic and approachable, powerful and kind. On one hand, it is the strong-jawed, straight-nosed, broad-browed visage of prototypical rugged masculinity. Yet his smiles are infectiously friendly and the whole of his face is lit by his light blue eyes. It doesn't hurt that all of it framed by a frankly gorgeous mane of golden blonde hair that falls in waves around his neck and shoulders, often animated by an oddly ever-present breeze.<br><br>If his near-perfect physique did not lend the man a sense of the fantastic, of a grandeur beyond the realm of mortal men, then his manner of dress leaves no question on the subject. Garbed in a sort of armored costume, with a stiff dark gray leather tunic tightly fit to his broad chest and hanging below the waist in a form of military skirt. A broad leather belt is buckled with a rounded disc with a symbol that may be a raised hammer or a stylized 'T'. Though his arms are left bare (to better display his rather ridiculously bulging biceps, no doubt!), some kind of scaled metal leggings emerge beneath the skirt, leading to tall, cuffed boots that match his tunic and partial gloves. Most notable of his attire is the flowing red cape, worn attached to his tunic at a metal disc near each shoulder and his shining silver helmet. The latter is open-faced, albeit with prominent cheek guards, and features a distinctive pair of metallic wings sweeping up and back from near his temples.<br><br>Worn on his belt when not carried in hand, is a simple-looking weapon that nonetheless radiates an almost unfathomable power: a one-handed warhammer with a heavy, almost blocky rectangular metallic head, and a leather-wrapped grip that ends in a long loop.
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Yet from his father (in a fashion), Thor has heard tales of his newest life, or lives, as it may be. To join the powers of Asgard and Midgard and perhaps thus alter the balance of this cycle, Odin left his wife and sought out Jord - Gaea - the Elder Goddess of the earth itself. The nature of their union created something unique in Thor, the potential to be strongest of all the Asgardian pantheon, and perhaps of all Gods. Yet for his thousands of years of life and the different lives he has lived in those eons, Thor has not wholly grown to that potential.
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<span style="color:#009999">'''History:'''</span>
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He was raised as the Prince of Asgard in the presence of his adopted brother Loki, a deformed child of the frost giants Odin had taken in to repay a debt of honor. Loki was always jealous of Thor, and hated him, and yet the two were very much as brothers, going on many adventurers by one another's side. For as often as Loki would act against him, plotting his death many times over, Thor loved him, and would, in time, forgive his seemingly endless tresspasses again and again. His friends were his fellow gods Balder and Sif, and among these companions, he undertook many adventures to prove his worth, valor and the pureness of heart to his father. By doing so, he received Mjolnir, crafted by dwarven kings and enchanted by Odin, a weapon that would serve him through eternity.
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Men have histories, but Gods have myths, and so it is with Thor Odinson, child of the Allfather. There is no certainty in his origin, for the eternal cycle of Ragnarok has created many lives and many endings for all the Gods of Asgard and for dimensions beyond. And Thor is no exception, for his is a key part of that cycle: he is the slayer of the Midgard Serpent, though in his victory, he is slain by it. This is a role he has filled, but also one he is destined to fulfill again.<br><br>Yet from his father (in a fashion), Thor has heard tales of his newest life, or lives, as it may be. To join the powers of Asgard and Midgard and perhaps thus alter the balance of this cycle, Odin left his wife and sought out Jord - Gaea - the Elder Goddess of the earth itself. The nature of their union created something unique in Thor, the potential to be strongest of all the Asgardian pantheon, and perhaps of all Gods. Yet for his thousands of years of life and the different lives he has lived in those eons, Thor has not wholly grown to that potential.<br><br>He was raised as the Prince of Asgard in the presence of his adopted brother Loki, a deformed child of the frost giants Odin had taken in to repay a debt of honor. Loki was always jealous of Thor, and hated him, and yet the two were very much as brothers, going on many adventurers by one another's side. For as often as Loki would act against him, plotting his death many times over, Thor loved him, and would, in time, forgive his seemingly endless tresspasses again and again. His friends were his fellow gods Balder and Sif, and among these companions, he undertook many adventures to prove his worth, valor and the pureness of heart to his father. By doing so, he received Mjolnir, crafted by dwarven kings and enchanted by Odin, a weapon that would serve him through eternity.<br><br>But the story of Thor in Asgard, Thor with his companions, Thor fighting beside and against his brother, Thor proving worthy of Mjolnir, was only one of the stories of his life. In different times, he went, or was sent by his father, into the world of men, sometimes as a God, sometimes becoming nearly as a mortal himself. He inspired the valor of the Norse, but turned from them when he saw their lust for violence, and in such fashion inspired the rise and fall of the Viking Age. He became the mortal heroes Siegmund and Siegfried, father and son who lived and died reclaiming the Ring of the Nibelung, ultimately in Odin's name. Beyond this, Thor may have lived other lives still. Lives meant to test him, lives meant to teach him.<br><br>One such life saw him come to earth in the modern era, in the form of a crippled, but brilliant medical student. At other times, perhaps an architect, perhaps a paramedic? Perhaps all of them, perhaps none.<br><br>As it stands, Thor lives, for now, only as himself, serving his father and Asgard as representative on Earth in a time where many Gods and beings of power seem to tread upon it. He has a mortal identity he uses upon convenience (Sigurd Jarlson), though it, unlike many prior is no conjured or possessed existence, but a mere contrivance of occasional necessity. In this time of Gods on earth, he does not fear to show his true self, save where it may inconvenience his purposes.
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But the story of Thor in Asgard, Thor with his companions, Thor fighting beside and against his brother, Thor proving worthy of Mjolnir, was only one of the stories of his life. In different times, he went, or was sent by his father, into the world of men, sometimes as a God, sometimes becoming nearly as a mortal himself. He inspired the valor of the Norse, but turned from them when he saw their lust for violence, and in such fashion inspired the rise and fall of the Viking Age. He became the mortal heroes Siegmund and Siegfried, father and son who lived and died reclaiming the Ring of the Nibelung, ultimately in Odin's name. Beyond this, Thor may have lived other lives still. Lives meant to test him, lives meant to teach him.
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<span style="color:#1f75FE">'''Personality:'''</span>
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One such life saw him come to earth in the modern era, in the form of a crippled, but brilliant medical student. At other times, perhaps an architect, perhaps a paramedic? Perhaps all of them, perhaps none.<br><br>As it stands, Thor lives, for now, only as himself, serving his father and Asgard as representative on Earth in a time where many Gods and beings of power seem to tread upon it. He has a mortal identity he uses upon convenience (Sigurd Jarlson), though it, unlike many prior is no conjured or possessed existence, but a mere contrivance of occasional necessity. In this time of Gods on earth, he does not fear to show his true self, save where it may inconvenience his purposes.
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As a Prince among Gods, Thor possesses many desirable personal qualities: He is charming and gregarious, extroverted in the extreme, a willing and loyal friend to all who do not name themselves his foe. He is adventurous and confident, one who leads rather than waiting to follow. He is valorous and good, honorable in war and even merciful to foes who display a similar code. But of course, in all that is shining and bright in the Asgardian Princeling, there are the burdens of his station and his destiny, for he has lived his entire life, indeed many different lives, to prove himself worthy to the Allfather and to his people. In his desire to prove his worth, he is unrelenting. In his convictions for what is good and right, he is unwavering. And in his confidence, he his blind to any weakness or failing.
|Personality=As a Prince among Gods, Thor possesses many desirable personal qualities: He is charming and gregarious, extroverted in the extreme, a willing and loyal friend to all who do not name themselves his foe. He is adventurous and confident, one who leads rather than waiting to follow. He is valorous and good, honorable in war and even merciful to foes who display a similar code. But of course, in all that is shining and bright in the Asgardian Princeling, there are the burdens of his station and his destiny, for he has lived his entire life, indeed many different lives, to prove himself worthy to the Allfather and to his people. In his desire to prove his worth, he is unrelenting. In his convictions for what is good and right, he is unwavering. And in his confidence, he his blind to any weakness or failing.
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<span style="color:#8a14ff">'''Allspeak:'''</span>
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Asgardians possess the ability to speak all the languages of the Nine Realms, allowing him to communicate in any language, human or alien.
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Asgardians possess the ability to speak all the languages of the Nine Realms, allowing him to communicate in any language, human or alien.<br><br>
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<span style="color:#8a14ff">'''God of Storms:'''</span>
<span style="color:#EE204D">'''GOD-FORCE'''</span>
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As the God of Thunder and son of Gaea, Thor has great power of the natural elements. He is able to summon huge storms with powerful winds, rain, blizzards of ice and snow, and of course, thunder and lightning, and unleash these upon his foes at his whim. He can also create tremors, landslides, and open chasms in the earth, and potentially create earthquakes of continental scale and intensity, far off the scientific Richter scale. On occasions, he has even created unnatural weather like fiery rains. Thor can also directly discharge lightning bolts from his hands, or use that same energy to empower his physical blows. Notably, while Thor possesses his power over the weather naturally by his divine birthright, he normally relies on Mjolnir to grant him more precise control and regulate the output of the raw energies that he commands.<br><br>
The core of his being granted by his hybrid divine heritage as the son of the Skyfather Odin and the Elder Goddess Gaea, Thor's life-force fuels his vast powers and grants him full access to them outside his own realm. Only the most powerful beings, such as the Skyfathers, the most powerful demonic lords, or truly Cosmic entities, can affect it directly. To lesser beings, it is an eternal spark, making direct attacks upon his lifeforce or soul largely a futile endeavor.
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His powerful essence also grants him an unfailing stamina, allowing him to undertake appropriately godly feats, such as battling armies of giants for months at a time without rest, and the ability to heal from the most grevious wounds in time. While not technically immortal, he possesses the longevity of all Asgardians, and can maintain his youth by consuming the Apples of Idunn.<BR><BR>Although he uses Mjolnir to perform many feats, it is ultimately only a tool (and to some degree, a crutch) used to shape and control these energies, and most if not all of Thor's powers are innate to him. Indeed, by releasing those energies, he can perform the God-blast unaided, although without Mjolnir, it would surely bring ruin to everything and everyone around him.
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The core of his being granted by his hybrid divine heritage as the son of the Skyfather Odin and the Elder Goddess Gaea, Thor's life-force fuels his vast powers and grants him full access to them outside his own realm. Only the most powerful beings, such as the Skyfathers, the most powerful demonic lords, or truly Cosmic entities, can affect it directly. To lesser beings, it is an eternal spark, making direct attacks upon his lifeforce or soul largely a futile endeavor.<br><br>His powerful essence also grants him an unfailing stamina, allowing him to undertake appropriately godly feats, such as battling armies of giants for months at a time without rest, and the ability to heal from the most grevious wounds in time. While not technically immortal, he possesses the longevity of all Asgardians, and can maintain his youth by consuming the Apples of Idunn.<br><br>Although he uses Mjolnir to perform many feats, it is ultimately only a tool (and to some degree, a crutch) used to shape and control these energies, and most if not all of Thor's powers are innate to him. Indeed, by releasing those energies, he can perform the God-blast unaided, although without Mjolnir, it would surely bring ruin to everything and everyone around him.<br><br>
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<span style="color:#8a14ff">'''Invulnerability:'''</span>
<span style="color:#1F75FE">'''GOD OF STORMS'''</span>
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Owing to his hybrid divine heritage and powerful life force, Thor is invulnerable to a host of threats, small and large. Human disease, poisons, toxins and even radiation are of no concern, and he can drink copious amounts of alcohol without becoming drunk, unless the brew is itself of godly origin. Naturally, as the God of Thunder, electricity poses no threat to him, and he can endure extremes of temperature and pressure so intense as to survive at the center of the sun or in the cold void of space. In physical combat, he can withstand blows from the most powerful beings imaginable, including Celestials and other Gods, although depending on their magnitude, such attacks may cause him pain, fatigue, or lesser injury. Ultimately, his nature means that he can only truly be felled<br><br>
As the God of Thunder and son of Gaea, Thor has great power of the natural elements. He is able to summon huge storms with powerful winds, rain, blizzards of ice and snow, and of course, thunder and lightning, and unleash these upon his foes at his whim. He can also create tremors, landslides, and open chasms in the earth, and potentially create earthquakes of continental scale and intensity, far off the scientific Richter scale. On occasions, he has even created unnatural weather like fiery rains. Thor can also directly discharge lightning bolts from his hands, or use that same energy to empower his physical blows. Notably, while Thor possesses his power over the weather naturally by his divine birthright, he normally relies on Mjolnir to grant him more precise control and regulate the output of the raw energies that he commands.
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<span style="color:#8a14ff">'''Keen Senses:'''</span>
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<span style="color:#EE204D">'''INVULNERABILITY'''</span>
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Thor can hear a scream from across a planet and track objects moving faster than the speed of light with his vision.<br><br>
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<span style="color:#8a14ff">'''Speed:'''</span>
Owing to his hybrid divine heritage and powerful life force, Thor is invulnerable to a host of threats, small and large. Human disease, poisons, toxins and even radiation are of no concern, and he can drink copious amounts of alcohol without becoming drunk, unless the brew is itself of godly origin. Naturally, as the God of Thunder, electricity poses no threat to him, and he can endure extremes of temperature and pressure so intense as to survive at the center of the sun or in the cold void of space. In physical combat, he can withstand blows from the most powerful beings imaginable, including Celestials and other Gods, although depending on their magnitude, such attacks may cause him pain, fatigue, or lesser injury. Ultimately, his nature means that he can only truly be felled.
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Thor is possessed of divine speed, moving 'as fast as the lightning he commands,' and is capable of reacting to gunfire and similar threats. In flight, he has exceeded the speed of light and kept pace with cosmic beings while traveling across space, although upon Earth such velocities are impossible without doing harm to the world around him.<br><br>
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<span style="color:#8a14ff">'''Strength of the Gods:'''</span>
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Thor can hear a scream from across a planet and track objects moving faster than the speed of light with his vision.
 
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Thor is possessed of divine speed, moving 'as fast as the lightning he commands,' and is capable of reacting to gunfire and similar threats. In flight, he has exceeded the speed of light and kept pace with cosmic beings while traveling across space, although upon Earth such velocities are impossible without doing harm to the world around him.
 
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<span style="color:#1F75FE">'''STRENGTH OF THE GODS'''</span>
 
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Owing to his heritage and destiny, Thor is physically the strongest among the Asgardian gods, and indeed one of the strongest beings in existence below the level of truly omnipotent or cosmic forces. Able to effortlessly lift buildings, gauging his strength on such scales is essentially pointless, as he is frequently called upon to perform feats of more mythic nature. Throwing (or shattering) planetary or stellar scale objects is well within his ability, as is breaking otherwise unbreakable materials like adamantium or uru.
 
Owing to his heritage and destiny, Thor is physically the strongest among the Asgardian gods, and indeed one of the strongest beings in existence below the level of truly omnipotent or cosmic forces. Able to effortlessly lift buildings, gauging his strength on such scales is essentially pointless, as he is frequently called upon to perform feats of more mythic nature. Throwing (or shattering) planetary or stellar scale objects is well within his ability, as is breaking otherwise unbreakable materials like adamantium or uru.
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<span style="color:#00CED1">'''Knowledge:'''</span>
Although considered by some a hot-heated warrior brute, Thor is not un-intelligent. More significantly, he possesses knowledge and understanding befitting millenias of experience with the cosmic and the divine, myth and magic, and with the workings of Asgard. On earth, he has lived many lives, and although he does not retain full memories of most of these existences, some fragments remain, giving him a greater grasp of humanity than his anachronistic appearance may suggest. One of his more recent lives was particularly influential in this regard, and now with allies such as the Avengers, this mixed knowledge may bring some applications of Asgardian technology into the mortal realm, wearing away at the boundaries between magic and science.
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Although considered by some a hot-heated warrior brute, Thor is not un-intelligent. More significantly, he possesses knowledge and understanding befitting millenias of experience with the cosmic and the divine, myth and magic, and with the workings of Asgard. On earth, he has lived many lives, and although he does not retain full memories of most of these existences, some fragments remain, giving him a greater grasp of humanity than his anachronistic appearance may suggest. One of his more recent lives was particularly influential in this regard, and now with allies such as the Avengers, this mixed knowledge may bring some applications of Asgardian technology into the mortal realm, wearing away at the boundaries between magic and science.<br><br>
<span style="color:#1F75FE">'''LEADER OF GODS AND MEN'''</span>
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<span style="color:#00CED1">'''Leader of Gods and Men:'''</span>
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Thor is the Prince of Asgard, and destined to be its King. Thus he possesses a charisma and natural ability for leadership inherent to his station, both royal and divine. He is an inspiring leader for his fellow Asgardians, but with his worthy heart and heroic nature, potentially one for mortalkind as well.
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Thor is the Prince of Asgard, and destined to be its King. Thus he possesses a charisma and natural ability for leadership inherent to his station, both royal and divine. He is an inspiring leader for his fellow Asgardians, but with his worthy heart and heroic nature, potentially one for mortalkind as well.<br><br>
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<span style="color:#00CED1">'''Master of War:'''</span>
<span style="color:#EE204D">'''MASTER OF WAR'''</span>
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Thor is not only the God of thunder and strength, but also of War. Since birth, he has been groomed to be Asgard's finest warrior. He is skilled with every weapon typical of his people, from his favored hammer to swords, axes, maces and other such melee weapons, as well as unarmed combat and wrestling. Although he favors his heritage, he has knowledge of practically every fighting style that might be used against him. As the warrior-Prince of his people, he is a skilled tactician who has led them in many wars and is destined to do so as their King.
 
Thor is not only the God of thunder and strength, but also of War. Since birth, he has been groomed to be Asgard's finest warrior. He is skilled with every weapon typical of his people, from his favored hammer to swords, axes, maces and other such melee weapons, as well as unarmed combat and wrestling. Although he favors his heritage, he has knowledge of practically every fighting style that might be used against him. As the warrior-Prince of his people, he is a skilled tactician who has led them in many wars and is destined to do so as their King.
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<span style="color:#228B22">'''Avenger:'''</span>
As a founding member of the Avengers, Thor has access to various allies and resources, as well as additional assistance through related agencies like S.H.I.E.L.D.
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As a founding member of the Avengers, Thor has access to various allies and resources, as well as additional assistance through related agencies like S.H.I.E.L.D.<br><br>
<span style="color:#EE204D">'''MEGINGJORD'''</span>
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An enchanted belt that increases the wearer's strength. Though it is hard to usefully measure the impact of doubling the strength of the mightiest of the Asgardian Gods... well, it definitely makes him that much more impressive of a figure.<br><br>
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<span style="color:#228B22">'''Mjolnir:'''</span>
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Forged from the supernatural metal Uru by the dwarf-kings of Nidavellir using the heat of a star, and empowered by enchantments cast by the Skyfather Odin, the warhammer Mjolnir is a near indestructible weapon of immense power. At the most basic, it is a powerful magical weapon capable of hurting otherwise invulnerable cosmic beings, but it's true powers are far greater. While it is unclear whether many of its abilities are actually imbued in the hammer or are natural to Thor and merely enhanced by it, it nonetheless grants or empowers a vast host of abilities in his hands. Its properties include:<br><br>* Worthiness Enchantment - Mjolnir is enchanted so that no unworthy being can lift it or remove it from his grip, and the list of those worthy is small indeed. However, this enchantment also poses a certain weakness, as Thor himself must still uphold the values that make him worthy of the weapon, or risk losing it himself.<br>* Weather Control - In this case, the hammer enhances the God of Thunder's natural abilities, giving him precise control at lesser effort.<br>* Flight - By spinning, throwing, and hanging on to the hammer, Thor flies at around supersonic speed on earth and beyond the speed of light in space.<br>* Mystical Link - The hammer is linked to its wielder and will return to him from any distance and through any barrier, with sufficient will.<br>* Sensing - The hammer can detect various kinds of energy, including mystic, psychic, and divine energy. It can reveal illusions and strike hidden foes.<br>* Master of Time and Space - The hammer can open or close gateways between dimensions or through space and even, in extreme cases, time.<br>* Energy Absorbtion - The hammer can be used to block, absorb, and even redirect energy attacks directed at it.<br>* Energy Manipulation - The hammer can manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum beyond its weather powers, for more esoteric purposes, and can even affect other forces like gravity.<br>* Matter Manipulation - In similar fashion, the hammer can even affect matter at the mollecular level, reconfiguring or transmuting it.<br>* Negate Magic - The hammer can nullify or break other enchantments.<br>* Invisibility & Intangibility - Mjolnir can grant these states to the user or others, and disrupt the phasing powers of others.<br>* God Blast - Mjolnir can act as a focus for Thor's divine energy, channeling it into a more controlled blast capable of killing immortals or destroying planets. The potential of this attack is nearly limitless, though at its highest levels even the indestructible hammer may not survive the power it unleashes.<br><br>
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<span style="color:#228B22">'''Prince of Asgard:'''</span>
 
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An enchanted belt that increases the wearer's strength. Though it is hard to usefully measure the impact of doubling the strength of the mightiest of the Asgardian Gods... well, it definitely makes him that much more impressive of a figure.
 
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<span style="color:#1F75FE">'''MJOLNIR'''</span>
 
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Forged from the supernatural metal Uru by the dwarf-kings of Nidavellir using the heat of a star, and empowered by enchantments cast by the Skyfather Odin, the warhammer Mjolnir is a near indestructible weapon of immense power. At the most basic, it is a powerful magical weapon capable of hurting otherwise invulnerable cosmic beings, but it's true powers are far greater. While it is unclear whether many of its abilities are actually imbued in the hammer or are natural to Thor and merely enhanced by it, it nonetheless grants or empowers a vast host of abilities in his hands. Its properties include:
 
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* Worthiness Enchantment - Mjolnir is enchanted so that no unworthy being can lift it or remove it from his grip, and the list of those worthy is small indeed. However, this enchantment also poses a certain weakness, as Thor himself must still uphold the values that make him worthy of the weapon, or risk losing it himself.
 
* Weather Control - In this case, the hammer enhances the God of Thunder's natural abilities, giving him precise control at lesser effort.
 
* Flight - By spinning, throwing, and hanging on to the hammer, Thor flies at around supersonic speed on earth and beyond the speed of light in space.
 
* Mystical Link - The hammer is linked to its wielder and will return to him from any distance and through any barrier, with sufficient will.
 
* Sensing - The hammer can detect various kinds of energy, including mystic, psychic, and divine energy. It can reveal illusions and strike hidden foes.
 
* Master of Time and Space - The hammer can open or close gateways between dimensions or through space and even, in extreme cases, time.
 
* Energy Absorption - The hammer can be used to block, absorb, and even redirect energy attacks directed at it.
 
* Energy Manipulation - The hammer can manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum beyond its weather powers, for more esoteric purposes, and can even affect other forces like gravity.
 
* Matter Manipulation - In similar fashion, the hammer can even affect matter at the molecular level, reconfiguring or transmuting it.
 
* Negate Magic - The hammer can nullify or break other enchantments.
 
* Invisibility & Intangibility - Mjolnir can grant these states to the user or others, and disrupt the phasing powers of others.
 
* God Blast - Mjolnir can act as a focus for Thor's divine energy, channeling it into a more controlled blast capable of killing immortals or destroying planets. The potential of this attack is nearly limitless, though at its highest levels even the indestructible hammer may not survive the power it unleashes.
 
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<span style="color:#EE204D">'''PRINCE OF ASGARD'''</span>
 
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As the Crown Prince of the realm of Asgard, Thor can call on (and indeed, command) the aid of its many Gods, as well as draw upon its vast resources of magic and technology. This includes vehicles as the Odinship and its scrying device, Odin's Eye, as well as various weapons in Odin's possession, Heimdall's Observatory, and other important features of Asgard. His royal station and heroic legend grants him a position of respect throughout the multiverse, and he calls the Gods of other Pantheons and similar cosmic beings his peers.
 
As the Crown Prince of the realm of Asgard, Thor can call on (and indeed, command) the aid of its many Gods, as well as draw upon its vast resources of magic and technology. This includes vehicles as the Odinship and its scrying device, Odin's Eye, as well as various weapons in Odin's possession, Heimdall's Observatory, and other important features of Asgard. His royal station and heroic legend grants him a position of respect throughout the multiverse, and he calls the Gods of other Pantheons and similar cosmic beings his peers.
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<span style="color:#EE204D">'''Jormungandr:'''</span>
Thor is destined to die in battle with the Midgard Serpent, Jörmungandr. Its fangs can pierce his flesh, and its venom is lethal even to the near-invincible Asgardian.
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Thor is destined to die in battle with the Midgard Serpent, Jörmungandr. Its fangs can pierce his flesh, and its venom is lethal even to the near-invincible Asgardian.<br><br>
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<span style="color:#EE204D">'''Loki:'''</span>
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Thor's adopted brother is his eternal blindspot. For as much as Loki feels jealousy, hatred, and often the impulse toward murder for his sibling, Thor has nothing but love and forgiveness. In his eyes, Loki's many misdeeds are all mere errors of judgment, moments of personal failing, rather than defining parts of his nature. Even when Loki acts out and must be fought and brought to justice, though it may be Thor's hand that brings him to heel, it will just as certainly be Thor who stands in his defense before their father's judgement.
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Thor's adopted brother is his eternal blindspot. For as much as Loki feels jealousy, hatred, and often the impulse toward murder for his sibling, Thor has nothing but love and forgiveness. In his eyes, Loki's many misdeeds are all mere errors of judgment, moments of personal failing, rather than defining parts of his nature. Even when Loki acts out and must be fought and brought to justice, though it may be Thor's hand that brings him to heel, it will just as certainly be Thor who stands in his defense before their father's judgement.<br><br>
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<span style="color:#1F75FE">'''MAGICAL TRICKERY'''</span>
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While the God-Force offers Thor a considerable resistance to magic and essential immunity to its most dire consequences (no simple sorcerery could ever do him permanent harm), the God of Thunder is by no means immune to it, particularly to those magics wielded by other divine beings such as his brother. Indeed, though Thor has the tools to combat magical foes and defeat most enchantments (whether through pure will, his divine spark, or by using Mjolnir), he lacks for experience and competence in the mystical realm. Thus, his downfall is nearly always through magical trickery and deception, influence and misdirection. In many cases, it merely does not occur to Thor that what is before his eyes might not be reality. Often enough, it is only after his actions have wrought their misguided consequences that he sees the truth, and indeed he has often been ensorcelled to use his own might against his friends or interests.<br><br>
While the God-Force offers Thor a considerable resistance to magic and essential immunity to its most dire consequences (no simple sorcerery could ever do him permanent harm), the God of Thunder is by no means immune to it, particularly to those magics wielded by other divine beings such as his brother. Indeed, though Thor has the tools to combat magical foes and defeat most enchantments (whether through pure will, his divine spark, or by using Mjolnir), he lacks for experience and competence in the mystical realm. Thus, his downfall is nearly always through magical trickery and deception, influence and misdirection. In many cases, it merely does not occur to Thor that what is before his eyes might not be reality. Often enough, it is only after his actions have wrought their misguided consequences that he sees the truth, and indeed he has often been ensorcelled to use his own might against his friends or interests.
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Thor is supremely confident. There isn't a challenge he isn't sure he can handle, a foe too great to face. And while there is a great deal backing up his bravery, he is not wholly invincible or without weakness. As such, Thor may find himself in over his head or duped into a trap as a result of his overconfidence, particularly against foes who know how to bait or mislead him.<br><br>
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<span style="color:#EE204D">'''Warrior's Madness:'''</span>
Thor is supremely confident. There isn't a challenge he isn't sure he can handle, a foe too great to face. And while there is a great deal backing up his bravery, he is not wholly invincible or without weakness. As such, Thor may find himself in over his head or duped into a trap as a result of his overconfidence, particularly against foes who know how to bait or mislead him.
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Thor is capable of entering into a state known as the "Warrior's Madness" ("berserkergang" in Norwegian and Danish alike), either purposefully to face a powerful foe or unintentionally if goaded into it or faced with great anger. In such a state, his strength and stamina tenfold (a truly terrifying thought), yet it carries many burdens: He sacrifices higher intelligence and logic, his behavior becomes erratic, emotional, and instinctive, and may attack friends as easily as foes in battle. In the long term, such rages threaten his very sanity. Additionally, the use of such berserker techniques is outlawed by Odin, and its use requires significant sacrifice and atonement.
 
Thor is capable of entering into a state known as the "Warrior's Madness" ("berserkergang" in Norwegian and Danish alike), either purposefully to face a powerful foe or unintentionally if goaded into it or faced with great anger. In such a state, his strength and stamina tenfold (a truly terrifying thought), yet it carries many burdens: He sacrifices higher intelligence and logic, his behavior becomes erratic, emotional, and instinctive, and may attack friends as easily as foes in battle. In the long term, such rages threaten his very sanity. Additionally, the use of such berserker techniques is outlawed by Odin, and its use requires significant sacrifice and atonement.
 
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Thor (Scenesys ID: 107)
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"Waves are but water. Wind but air. And though lightning be fire... yet it must answer thunder's call."
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Full Name: Dr. Donald John Blake, MD (Thor Odinson)
Gender: Male
Species: Asgardian
Theme: Marvel (EFC)
Occupation: King of Asgard
Citizenship: United States of America (Kingdom of Asgard)
Residence: On board the Asgardian Vessel, 'Frigga's Mercy
Education: Privately Educated
Status: Approved
Groups: Space-OOC, Pantheon Assembly, Avengers
Other Information
Apparent Age: 1543 Actual Age: 1543
Date of Birth 21 November 484 Actor: Chris Hemsworth
Height: 198 cm (6'6") Weight: 290 kg (638 lbs)
Hair Color: Blond Eye Color: Blue
Theme Song: "Immigrant Song" by Led Zeppelin

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Thor Odinson, Prince of Asgard and God of Thunder, he is a figure stepped from the age of myth and legend into modern-day Earth. While humans have known him in different names and forms throughout the ages, a hero of many more myths than one, there is little doubting that he is the inspiration of the Norse deity of the same name, one whose influence and reputation endures through the ages. With his magic hammer Mjolnir in hand, he commands the raging elements and can strike down any foe who stands against him. It is fortunate, then, that he has taken the side of the heroic Avengers, confirming his status as a champion for Midgard as well as Asgard, standing with God and man alike against the coming of Ragnarok and any lesser evil.

Current Player Approved: September 12, 2019

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Description

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Description:

This towering giant of a man is not just of stereotypically Nordic cast, he appears the very platonic ideal of the blonde-haired, blue-eyed son of the northern lands of ice and snow. At a full six and a half feet in height with a broad-shouldered, barrel-chested figure to match, he is intimdating by any measure, at least in silhouette. For while his frame is of an imposing cast, his face is somehow unmistakably both heroic and approachable, powerful and kind. On one hand, it is the strong-jawed, straight-nosed, broad-browed visage of prototypical rugged masculinity. Yet his smiles are infectiously friendly and the whole of his face is lit by his light blue eyes. It doesn't hurt that all of it framed by a frankly gorgeous mane of golden blonde hair that falls in waves around his neck and shoulders, often animated by an oddly ever-present breeze.

If his near-perfect physique did not lend the man a sense of the fantastic, of a grandeur beyond the realm of mortal men, then his manner of dress leaves no question on the subject. Garbed in a sort of armored costume, with a stiff dark gray leather tunic tightly fit to his broad chest and hanging below the waist in a form of military skirt. A broad leather belt is buckled with a rounded disc with a symbol that may be a raised hammer or a stylized 'T'. Though his arms are left bare (to better display his rather ridiculously bulging biceps, no doubt!), some kind of scaled metal leggings emerge beneath the skirt, leading to tall, cuffed boots that match his tunic and partial gloves. Most notable of his attire is the flowing red cape, worn attached to his tunic at a metal disc near each shoulder and his shining silver helmet. The latter is open-faced, albeit with prominent cheek guards, and features a distinctive pair of metallic wings sweeping up and back from near his temples.

Worn on his belt when not carried in hand, is a simple-looking weapon that nonetheless radiates an almost unfathomable power: a one-handed warhammer with a heavy, almost blocky rectangular metallic head, and a leather-wrapped grip that ends in a long loop.

History

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History:

Men have histories, but Gods have myths, and so it is with Thor Odinson, child of the Allfather. There is no certainty in his origin, for the eternal cycle of Ragnarok has created many lives and many endings for all the Gods of Asgard and for dimensions beyond. And Thor is no exception, for his is a key part of that cycle: he is the slayer of the Midgard Serpent, though in his victory, he is slain by it. This is a role he has filled, but also one he is destined to fulfill again.

Yet from his father (in a fashion), Thor has heard tales of his newest life, or lives, as it may be. To join the powers of Asgard and Midgard and perhaps thus alter the balance of this cycle, Odin left his wife and sought out Jord - Gaea - the Elder Goddess of the earth itself. The nature of their union created something unique in Thor, the potential to be strongest of all the Asgardian pantheon, and perhaps of all Gods. Yet for his thousands of years of life and the different lives he has lived in those eons, Thor has not wholly grown to that potential.

He was raised as the Prince of Asgard in the presence of his adopted brother Loki, a deformed child of the frost giants Odin had taken in to repay a debt of honor. Loki was always jealous of Thor, and hated him, and yet the two were very much as brothers, going on many adventurers by one another's side. For as often as Loki would act against him, plotting his death many times over, Thor loved him, and would, in time, forgive his seemingly endless tresspasses again and again. His friends were his fellow gods Balder and Sif, and among these companions, he undertook many adventures to prove his worth, valor and the pureness of heart to his father. By doing so, he received Mjolnir, crafted by dwarven kings and enchanted by Odin, a weapon that would serve him through eternity.

But the story of Thor in Asgard, Thor with his companions, Thor fighting beside and against his brother, Thor proving worthy of Mjolnir, was only one of the stories of his life. In different times, he went, or was sent by his father, into the world of men, sometimes as a God, sometimes becoming nearly as a mortal himself. He inspired the valor of the Norse, but turned from them when he saw their lust for violence, and in such fashion inspired the rise and fall of the Viking Age. He became the mortal heroes Siegmund and Siegfried, father and son who lived and died reclaiming the Ring of the Nibelung, ultimately in Odin's name. Beyond this, Thor may have lived other lives still. Lives meant to test him, lives meant to teach him.

One such life saw him come to earth in the modern era, in the form of a crippled, but brilliant medical student. At other times, perhaps an architect, perhaps a paramedic? Perhaps all of them, perhaps none.

As it stands, Thor lives, for now, only as himself, serving his father and Asgard as representative on Earth in a time where many Gods and beings of power seem to tread upon it. He has a mortal identity he uses upon convenience (Sigurd Jarlson), though it, unlike many prior is no conjured or possessed existence, but a mere contrivance of occasional necessity. In this time of Gods on earth, he does not fear to show his true self, save where it may inconvenience his purposes.

Personality

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Personality:

As a Prince among Gods, Thor possesses many desirable personal qualities: He is charming and gregarious, extroverted in the extreme, a willing and loyal friend to all who do not name themselves his foe. He is adventurous and confident, one who leads rather than waiting to follow. He is valorous and good, honorable in war and even merciful to foes who display a similar code. But of course, in all that is shining and bright in the Asgardian Princeling, there are the burdens of his station and his destiny, for he has lived his entire life, indeed many different lives, to prove himself worthy to the Allfather and to his people. In his desire to prove his worth, he is unrelenting. In his convictions for what is good and right, he is unwavering. And in his confidence, he his blind to any weakness or failing.

Abilities

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Allspeak:
Asgardians possess the ability to speak all the languages of the Nine Realms, allowing him to communicate in any language, human or alien.

God of Storms:
As the God of Thunder and son of Gaea, Thor has great power of the natural elements. He is able to summon huge storms with powerful winds, rain, blizzards of ice and snow, and of course, thunder and lightning, and unleash these upon his foes at his whim. He can also create tremors, landslides, and open chasms in the earth, and potentially create earthquakes of continental scale and intensity, far off the scientific Richter scale. On occasions, he has even created unnatural weather like fiery rains. Thor can also directly discharge lightning bolts from his hands, or use that same energy to empower his physical blows. Notably, while Thor possesses his power over the weather naturally by his divine birthright, he normally relies on Mjolnir to grant him more precise control and regulate the output of the raw energies that he commands.

God-Force:
The core of his being granted by his hybrid divine heritage as the son of the Skyfather Odin and the Elder Goddess Gaea, Thor's life-force fuels his vast powers and grants him full access to them outside his own realm. Only the most powerful beings, such as the Skyfathers, the most powerful demonic lords, or truly Cosmic entities, can affect it directly. To lesser beings, it is an eternal spark, making direct attacks upon his lifeforce or soul largely a futile endeavor.

His powerful essence also grants him an unfailing stamina, allowing him to undertake appropriately godly feats, such as battling armies of giants for months at a time without rest, and the ability to heal from the most grevious wounds in time. While not technically immortal, he possesses the longevity of all Asgardians, and can maintain his youth by consuming the Apples of Idunn.

Although he uses Mjolnir to perform many feats, it is ultimately only a tool (and to some degree, a crutch) used to shape and control these energies, and most if not all of Thor's powers are innate to him. Indeed, by releasing those energies, he can perform the God-blast unaided, although without Mjolnir, it would surely bring ruin to everything and everyone around him.

Invulnerability:
Owing to his hybrid divine heritage and powerful life force, Thor is invulnerable to a host of threats, small and large. Human disease, poisons, toxins and even radiation are of no concern, and he can drink copious amounts of alcohol without becoming drunk, unless the brew is itself of godly origin. Naturally, as the God of Thunder, electricity poses no threat to him, and he can endure extremes of temperature and pressure so intense as to survive at the center of the sun or in the cold void of space. In physical combat, he can withstand blows from the most powerful beings imaginable, including Celestials and other Gods, although depending on their magnitude, such attacks may cause him pain, fatigue, or lesser injury. Ultimately, his nature means that he can only truly be felled

Keen Senses:
Thor can hear a scream from across a planet and track objects moving faster than the speed of light with his vision.

Speed:
Thor is possessed of divine speed, moving 'as fast as the lightning he commands,' and is capable of reacting to gunfire and similar threats. In flight, he has exceeded the speed of light and kept pace with cosmic beings while traveling across space, although upon Earth such velocities are impossible without doing harm to the world around him.

Strength of the Gods:

Owing to his heritage and destiny, Thor is physically the strongest among the Asgardian gods, and indeed one of the strongest beings in existence below the level of truly omnipotent or cosmic forces. Able to effortlessly lift buildings, gauging his strength on such scales is essentially pointless, as he is frequently called upon to perform feats of more mythic nature. Throwing (or shattering) planetary or stellar scale objects is well within his ability, as is breaking otherwise unbreakable materials like adamantium or uru.

Skills

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Knowledge:
Although considered by some a hot-heated warrior brute, Thor is not un-intelligent. More significantly, he possesses knowledge and understanding befitting millenias of experience with the cosmic and the divine, myth and magic, and with the workings of Asgard. On earth, he has lived many lives, and although he does not retain full memories of most of these existences, some fragments remain, giving him a greater grasp of humanity than his anachronistic appearance may suggest. One of his more recent lives was particularly influential in this regard, and now with allies such as the Avengers, this mixed knowledge may bring some applications of Asgardian technology into the mortal realm, wearing away at the boundaries between magic and science.

Leader of Gods and Men:
Thor is the Prince of Asgard, and destined to be its King. Thus he possesses a charisma and natural ability for leadership inherent to his station, both royal and divine. He is an inspiring leader for his fellow Asgardians, but with his worthy heart and heroic nature, potentially one for mortalkind as well.

Master of War:

Thor is not only the God of thunder and strength, but also of War. Since birth, he has been groomed to be Asgard's finest warrior. He is skilled with every weapon typical of his people, from his favored hammer to swords, axes, maces and other such melee weapons, as well as unarmed combat and wrestling. Although he favors his heritage, he has knowledge of practically every fighting style that might be used against him. As the warrior-Prince of his people, he is a skilled tactician who has led them in many wars and is destined to do so as their King.

Resources

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Avenger:
As a founding member of the Avengers, Thor has access to various allies and resources, as well as additional assistance through related agencies like S.H.I.E.L.D.

Megingjord:
An enchanted belt that increases the wearer's strength. Though it is hard to usefully measure the impact of doubling the strength of the mightiest of the Asgardian Gods... well, it definitely makes him that much more impressive of a figure.

Mjolnir:
Forged from the supernatural metal Uru by the dwarf-kings of Nidavellir using the heat of a star, and empowered by enchantments cast by the Skyfather Odin, the warhammer Mjolnir is a near indestructible weapon of immense power. At the most basic, it is a powerful magical weapon capable of hurting otherwise invulnerable cosmic beings, but it's true powers are far greater. While it is unclear whether many of its abilities are actually imbued in the hammer or are natural to Thor and merely enhanced by it, it nonetheless grants or empowers a vast host of abilities in his hands. Its properties include:

* Worthiness Enchantment - Mjolnir is enchanted so that no unworthy being can lift it or remove it from his grip, and the list of those worthy is small indeed. However, this enchantment also poses a certain weakness, as Thor himself must still uphold the values that make him worthy of the weapon, or risk losing it himself.
* Weather Control - In this case, the hammer enhances the God of Thunder's natural abilities, giving him precise control at lesser effort.
* Flight - By spinning, throwing, and hanging on to the hammer, Thor flies at around supersonic speed on earth and beyond the speed of light in space.
* Mystical Link - The hammer is linked to its wielder and will return to him from any distance and through any barrier, with sufficient will.
* Sensing - The hammer can detect various kinds of energy, including mystic, psychic, and divine energy. It can reveal illusions and strike hidden foes.
* Master of Time and Space - The hammer can open or close gateways between dimensions or through space and even, in extreme cases, time.
* Energy Absorbtion - The hammer can be used to block, absorb, and even redirect energy attacks directed at it.
* Energy Manipulation - The hammer can manipulate the electromagnetic spectrum beyond its weather powers, for more esoteric purposes, and can even affect other forces like gravity.
* Matter Manipulation - In similar fashion, the hammer can even affect matter at the mollecular level, reconfiguring or transmuting it.
* Negate Magic - The hammer can nullify or break other enchantments.
* Invisibility & Intangibility - Mjolnir can grant these states to the user or others, and disrupt the phasing powers of others.
* God Blast - Mjolnir can act as a focus for Thor's divine energy, channeling it into a more controlled blast capable of killing immortals or destroying planets. The potential of this attack is nearly limitless, though at its highest levels even the indestructible hammer may not survive the power it unleashes.

Prince of Asgard:

As the Crown Prince of the realm of Asgard, Thor can call on (and indeed, command) the aid of its many Gods, as well as draw upon its vast resources of magic and technology. This includes vehicles as the Odinship and its scrying device, Odin's Eye, as well as various weapons in Odin's possession, Heimdall's Observatory, and other important features of Asgard. His royal station and heroic legend grants him a position of respect throughout the multiverse, and he calls the Gods of other Pantheons and similar cosmic beings his peers.

Weaknesses

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Jormungandr:
Thor is destined to die in battle with the Midgard Serpent, Jörmungandr. Its fangs can pierce his flesh, and its venom is lethal even to the near-invincible Asgardian.

Loki:
Thor's adopted brother is his eternal blindspot. For as much as Loki feels jealousy, hatred, and often the impulse toward murder for his sibling, Thor has nothing but love and forgiveness. In his eyes, Loki's many misdeeds are all mere errors of judgment, moments of personal failing, rather than defining parts of his nature. Even when Loki acts out and must be fought and brought to justice, though it may be Thor's hand that brings him to heel, it will just as certainly be Thor who stands in his defense before their father's judgement.

Magical Trickery:
While the God-Force offers Thor a considerable resistance to magic and essential immunity to its most dire consequences (no simple sorcerery could ever do him permanent harm), the God of Thunder is by no means immune to it, particularly to those magics wielded by other divine beings such as his brother. Indeed, though Thor has the tools to combat magical foes and defeat most enchantments (whether through pure will, his divine spark, or by using Mjolnir), he lacks for experience and competence in the mystical realm. Thus, his downfall is nearly always through magical trickery and deception, influence and misdirection. In many cases, it merely does not occur to Thor that what is before his eyes might not be reality. Often enough, it is only after his actions have wrought their misguided consequences that he sees the truth, and indeed he has often been ensorcelled to use his own might against his friends or interests.

Overconfidence:
Thor is supremely confident. There isn't a challenge he isn't sure he can handle, a foe too great to face. And while there is a great deal backing up his bravery, he is not wholly invincible or without weakness. As such, Thor may find himself in over his head or duped into a trap as a result of his overconfidence, particularly against foes who know how to bait or mislead him.

Warrior's Madness:

Thor is capable of entering into a state known as the "Warrior's Madness" ("berserkergang" in Norwegian and Danish alike), either purposefully to face a powerful foe or unintentionally if goaded into it or faced with great anger. In such a state, his strength and stamina tenfold (a truly terrifying thought), yet it carries many burdens: He sacrifices higher intelligence and logic, his behavior becomes erratic, emotional, and instinctive, and may attack friends as easily as foes in battle. In the long term, such rages threaten his very sanity. Additionally, the use of such berserker techniques is outlawed by Odin, and its use requires significant sacrifice and atonement.

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Asgard's Requiem: Damn it Loki September 10th, 2019 Sif seeks Thor... and finds him in Loki's care at the Sanctum.
All Must Answer Thunder's Call July 5th, 2019 Summary needed
All of the Noodles July 1st, 2019 Summary needed
Surprise Party! (part 4) June 24th, 2019 Guests start arriving in earnest, including Thor and Kurt - still no Steve! Likely just as well as there's something of a bathroom emergency going on.. and Flirting. Lots and lots of flirting. Once again Chez Miscreant lives up to its purpose as a home for wayward souls.
WHen you meet a God June 18th, 2019 In which Skye meets Thor, Darcy's true codename is revealed, and Skye doesn't realize her bestie ratted her out. Or This is why SHIELD HR Department cries during yearly Sexual Harassness renewal training.
Oh Look, It's You Again June 18th, 2019 It's a tete-a-tete on a rooftop between a Thunderer, a Trickster, and a Cat which ends in a wager involving not only gemstones, but Mario Kart.
After Shower Scene June 17th, 2019 In which Thor takes a shower and Darcy sees him naked. Or All Myths are True, More or Less.
Inhuman in the House June 16th, 2019 Crystal approaches the Avengers seeking their help finding an errant Inhuman in SHIELD custody. Janet, Thor, and Wanda are on hand for her arrival.
Thunderous Visitor June 16th, 2019 In which Thor comes to Darcy for aid and she makes him hit the showers, looks may or may not have been had; or This is how one gets intel from Darcy Lewis.
Sentinels: Protest Panic June 15th, 2019 Sentinels arrive at a protest march. Negasonic, Rachel Grey, Nightcrawler and Thor intervene.
The Aurora, and a Peanut Butter and Trout Sandwich June 15th, 2019 Thor takes Jessica to Iceland to help her decompress after the disappearance of Sebastion.
Visiting Hours Don't Apply June 14th, 2019 In which Thor visits Darcy in Medical and ends up with his shirt rumpled up his chest and why SHIELD doctors are going to refuse to ask why Darcy was laughing at Thor with his shirt up while sitting between his knees, but at least the flowers he had brought her were lovely. Or This is Why HR Hates Darcy Lewis, Part 2.
Lunch with Mooaz June 13th, 2019 In which Darcy's out of medical, Galina suggests an oomphier taser, and Thor makes a heroic entrance. Or the SHIELD Cafeteria plays Kenny G and no one is surprised. (https://youtu.be/WxcDDPGFv4A)
Cabin Fever June 12th, 2019 Jessica finds out what it's like to be in the Thor Zone.
GOD OF COFFEE June 10th, 2019 In which Thor finds Darcy in a coffee shop and she touches his hammer. Or Get your minds out of the gutter you sick puppies! It was Mjolnir not ..ya know.
Asgardian Mead and Once-Dreams June 10th, 2019 Steve fulfills his favor to Loki in attempting to console Thor post-wedding debacle and Jessica shows up with laughter in tow to make the whole affair easier yet. Plus, Chinese food!
What June 2nd, 2019 Steve hassles Thor a bunch.
So Fancy May 31st, 2019 Loki mocks Thor about going to a party.
Stark's Birthday Week: Silver and Lightning May 31st, 2019 Thor and Silver meet at the Stark Birthday ball, and talk about Thor's upcoming maritals.
Tony Stark's Birthday Week: Open Bar May 30th, 2019 Lots of Avengers attend Tony's birthday bash!
So, this is the place. May 25th, 2019 Darryl meets Janet and survives. Just Barely.
Truth Seekers: Thor Odinson May 22nd, 2019 April interviews Thor and he tells everyone how horrible Janet is.
Catching Up on a Few Things May 16th, 2019 Nuala returns to Earth, tells Thor the exciting news that she's a Blue Lantern. Thor tells her the exciting news...he's engaged?
Fit for a King May 15th, 2019 Thor introduces Elisandra to Janet van Dyne.
Highway Wobbery May 9th, 2019 The Crimson Dynamo, Thor and the X-Men arrive to help in a morally gray situation of mutants versus Sentinels.
You Did What May 7th, 2019 Thor is the WORST!
Happy Fun Gym Time May 7th, 2019 Carol runs into Thor in the Avengers Mansion gym, and gives him her opinion about the whole wedding affair. Even if he didn't ask for it.
Oh Brother, Thor, Where Art Thou May 4th, 2019 Summary needed
Thor Is Marrying Who! May 3rd, 2019 Thor is visited by Rogue, Kitty and Negasonic, to discuss his wedding. Also, ice cream!
Ding Dong: So there's this thing. May 2nd, 2019 Thor comes home and is all, 'omg wedding' and people are all, 'lol, lame.'
Earth Day! April 27th, 2019 Stone critters hassle people, Zombie-Girl and Lara kick their butt!
Ding Dong: We Need To Talk April 25th, 2019 Thor and Ellisandra have a discussion about the situation at hand and how it might benefit their people. And that it's all Loki's fault.
But what's wrong with her April 22nd, 2019 Loki and Thor discuss Thor's new bride.
Sentinels: What was Lost April 21st, 2019 Avengers and X-Men respond to an assault by the Sentinels.
Magical Beginnings April 19th, 2019 Summary needed
Ding Dong: The Arrival. Again. For Realz This Time April 17th, 2019 Princess Ellisandra arrives. Again. This time in the right place. She meets Thor and Hela, only to learn they knew nothing of her arrival or the arrangement!
Ding Dong: The Arrival April 16th, 2019 Princess Ellisandra's grand arrival to meet King Thor. Instead, she meets Captain Marvel as much confusion ensues.
Who moved my cheese April 15th, 2019 Thor talks with Darryl, convinces him to become a hero.
It's not you, it's me. April 7th, 2019 Thor was all, 'Hey you!' and Silver was all, 'whut?!' and Thor was like, 'I was a jerk!' and Silver was all, 'Totally.'
Thunder and Lightning, Very, Very... April 2nd, 2019 Summary needed
Smiting Is Good Therapy March 29th, 2019 Thor is reunited with She-Hulk and relates issues with his royal obligations
It's Beginning to Look a Lot Like...HYDRA March 29th, 2019 Avengers enjoy fourteen minutes of tropical paradise, an hour or so of pumpkin spice weather, and only THEN remember they forgot the bactine. They take back a souvenir.
After the Storm Comes the Rain March 28th, 2019 Summary needed
Ambassador Jacobson March 27th, 2019 Darryl gets settled in at his residence. Thor decides he'll move in. Luckily advised not to.
Sad Peanuts Piano Music! March 26th, 2019 Thor and Silver argue!
You Are Doin' Me a Bamboozle March 26th, 2019 Steve wants to sleep. Janets want to Steve. T'Challa wants to help. Thor also wants to share buttered chicken. Wade wants to sow chaos. It's all chaos -- glorious chaos.
Excellent Tandoori Chicken March 25th, 2019 A local celebrity sighting at an Indian restaurant leads to autographs and sweet promises of nothing. Thor's a good guy for grabbing food for Janet (we mean Jocasta). Felicia? She's up to no good, but what else is new?
A Siblings Catch Up March 25th, 2019 Summary needed
Point Break and The Bug March 25th, 2019 Janet teaches Thor to selfie. Winning at life.
The Way To Earn Status March 16th, 2019 Summary needed
HAVE AT THEE! March 10th, 2019 Natasha is super rude to Thor!
How To Lure A Thor March 5th, 2019 Summary needed
War of Olympus March 3rd, 2019 Ares asks Thor for help!
Greeks. Amirite March 3rd, 2019 Thor warns Diana about Olympus' craziness.
Sentinels: EXTRACTION POINT February 28th, 2019 Avengers assemble to attempt to rescue a 'scientist'. Things always go to plan.
Just Like Starting Over February 27th, 2019 Summary needed
Council of War February 26th, 2019 Thor explains the situation to Hela and Balder and everyone has their jobs ahead of them.
Conversating in the Avengers Courtyard February 21st, 2019 Everyone gets updates on the status of New Asgard. Janet is Janet. Steve is Steve. Thor is Thor. Everyone leaves happy?
What Shall We Do About Nuala February 20th, 2019 Plans are made!
Nova Corps: Nuala and Thor are almost kidnapped! February 18th, 2019 Loki ruins Thor's awesome exit.
Finding Reasons Not to Kill Arella, Pt. 4 February 13th, 2019 Thor and Loki talk about several things, and Loki gets all mad.
X-Peoples Visit! February 13th, 2019 A bunch of Xavier nerds hassle Thor!
Alpha Flight: Consulting Thor About a Dark Elf February 11th, 2019 Carol met with Thor to discuss Alpha Flight's Dark Elf prisoner. The conversation does not go well, and the meeting ends with rising tension between the two.
The Abominator arrives in Midgard. February 10th, 2019 Arella Despana's ship crash lands on Earth
Thor Threads! February 9th, 2019 Janet says Thor dresses like a Hobo!
Enter The Masticator! February 7th, 2019 Caitlin takes down The Masticator!
Balder arrives. February 6th, 2019 Balder shows up and is all, 'Thor, WTF?!'
Jessica's Appetites January 26th, 2019 Black Panther returned to NYC and had dinner with Jessica Drew. Many members of the team turned up to join them for dessert, and discuss issues of the day
Siege of Olympus: Ill Tidings January 25th, 2019 John Aaron comes home to find his son missing and his half-brother, Hermes, with ill tidings!
Fish People! Some time ago! January 18th, 2019 Aspen and Thor save some beached whales.
Missing Mind Stone January 14th, 2019 Betsy goes to ask the Avengers about the Mind Stone, wondering if it is the cause of Doctor Strange's affliction. Instead, she learns there may be another cause.
Field Trip! January 13th, 2019 Diana and Carol hassle Thor about his sister.
A Conversation Between Friends January 9th, 2019 Thor encourages Nuala that she will be welcome at Asgard while dealing with the recent charges from the Nova Empire.
Getting To Know You Part 2 - Actually Getting To Know You January 8th, 2019 Summary needed
When Nova Comes Knocking January 8th, 2019 Nova Corps comes to arrest Nuala for breaking Nova law. Drake, Hal, and Thor come to her rescue, and nobody has to get punched!
Pied Piper: Loki Done Good January 3rd, 2019 Loki finally does something worthwhile. For once.
Pied Piper: Did You Know December 18th, 2018 Natasha meets Jessica Jones at her office. Thor tags along.
Stuff! December 15th, 2018 Nat starts on the plan to set Thor up on a date.
Getting To Know You Getting To Know All About You... December 12th, 2018 Summary needed
Santa Thor December 11th, 2018 In which Santa Thor and Elf Natasha make some kids happy before retiring to mulled cider inside the Avengers Mansion. Two Captains show up (America and Marvel) to regale them with tales of their adventures in bureacracy!
What Infinity Stone December 9th, 2018 In which Steve digs for answers about a missing Infinity Stones in New Asgard. Speaking with both Thor and Loki garners him as many as can be managed.
Coming To An Arrangement December 4th, 2018 Hela and Thor meet again to discuss the state of things, Loki would be proud, as it seems they are able to come to an arrangement.
Hela On Earth: What Happened To Asgard December 2nd, 2018 With Odin's death, and after overcoming a challenge to her throne, Hela breaks free of the spell banishing her to her realms. But instead of Asgard, she arrives in Norway, at the site of New Asgard. She encounters the new King of Asgard, Thor and his brother Loki, the three learning they are all siblings. Lady Sif arrives on scene to help the King. In the end, there's a tacit agreement to avoid a Throne War for the time being, with willingness to get to know more about one another. Perhaps they could come to an arrangement.
Astral Flux: Honesty November 27th, 2018 Thor and Loki discuss the infinity stones.
What do we do with a problem like, Mordana November 20th, 2018 Thor frees the Dark Elf Assassin
A bit ago... November 20th, 2018 Vampires and Werewolves are weird.
Astral Flux: Metal and Fungus November 20th, 2018 A small team of engage the monster fungus under the town, possessed by the Shadow KIng.
Shopping for trouble November 16th, 2018 Thor and Vintridr apprehend one of Malekith's remaining assassins, with some help from Midgard's lesser known heroes.
Puttin' on the Ritz November 12th, 2018 Summary needed
Full Control November 11th, 2018 Thor and Loki 'fail' at a mission, and don't talk of important things...
Astral Flux: A wall of information November 8th, 2018 Loki, Sif and Thor make some plans to stop the astral enemy.
Gathering the troops! November 6th, 2018 Thor tells Ares to suit up!
Astral Flux: So Demanding November 6th, 2018 Loki is perfectly wonderful and everyone else is nasty about it for no reason.
Astral Flux: Vengeance for Asgard November 5th, 2018 Thor brings information about the Shadow King to Loki, and finds Loki knows a few things about it.
Thor's Many Problumz October 29th, 2018 Summary needed
Its Called a Library October 17th, 2018 Summary needed
Astral Flux: The statues are still there, at least October 14th, 2018 Avengers share info about the mansion and infinity stones.
Stare Long Enough, It'll Come Back! October 6th, 2018 Thor and Natasha stare at a hole in the ground that used to be the Avengers Mansion.
Astral Flux: The Standing Army September 20th, 2018 The Avengers mansion is attacked by an elusive enemy!
Post Putt Putt September 19th, 2018 Thor grouses about Midgard
Frosty Investigations September 14th, 2018 Summary needed
Three in the Corner Pocket September 12th, 2018 Avengers having some down time which involves Pool, Deep Discussions and Tinder. Alright maybe no deep discussions.
Honour guards and honoured guards. September 9th, 2018 Heavy is the head that wears the crown.
Hey lady, we need a lift. September 5th, 2018 Thor goes back to Norway to put some efforts into action and has a strange visitor.
Where'd all the giants go August 27th, 2018 Tony and Natasha ask Thor about the attack of the giants.
Fee Fi Fo Fum August 26th, 2018 The Ice Giants come looking for the Thunderer!
Finding Footing August 21st, 2018 Thor asks Tony's advice on a few subjects in the Avengers' game room.
Behold. My stuff. August 20th, 2018 In which Thor realizes that Mantis is an evil villain dead set on revenge.
Thor is too cheap to spring for a hotel. August 18th, 2018 Thor goes back to the mansion for a time to mooch off Tony Stark and finds the cupboards bare.
Project B August 17th, 2018 Thor brings the idea of constructing a new Bifrost to Stark and Strange, though with the caveat that Loki shall be heading up efforts for it.
Wat Wat! August 15th, 2018 Diana proves she is the best over Thor, she's just greater and thats that!
A Day for Brothers August 14th, 2018 Balder and Thor catch up too.
Wayward August 13th, 2018 Thor catches up with Loki and brings up the idea of a new project.
Coffee Run August 12th, 2018 4 curious people meet in a coffee shop!
Heavy Loads August 10th, 2018 In which Thor and Darcy each handle some heavy loads, Or seriously, there was handling of heavy loads in this scene. I'm not even trying to be sarcastic here. Well, now I am, but I wasn't when I started and... oh, just read the log already.
Life in Norway August 10th, 2018 Nuala goes to Norway to check up on the Asgardians. Asgardian mead brings out a conversation that might not have otherwise happened.
Making a house call August 10th, 2018 Summary needed
Meanwhile, In Norway... August 5th, 2018 Natasha hitches a ride on the good ship Supply Drop piloted by May who's quizzing her co-pilot Darcy about aircraft protocols. Upon arriving, they are greeted by Thor and taken in for dinner before some rest. Or, no one warned Thor NOT to feed the wild DARCY mead. Asgardian Momma to the rescue!
A Few Weeks Later August 4th, 2018 Vin and Astrid give Thor advice over some venison.
FLASHBACK: Darkseid's New York August 3rd, 2018 During the battle of New York with Darkseid's Parademons, Thor meets Jessie and Elizabeth in a brief moment of quiet.
The Grand Champion July 22nd, 2018 Some time ago, on Sakaar, Thor and Mantis battle for the amusement of the Grandmaster
Nuala addresses the UN about the Asgardian Problem July 20th, 2018 The UN hears Nuala's testimony on the current state of galactic politics.
Well Come July 19th, 2018 Betsy meets Tony and plans are made.
Ragnarok pt. 16: The Blockade July 16th, 2018 It is discovered that the Mercy is under blockade. It is also learned that King Haakon desires a meeting with Thor.
Ragnarok pt. 17: The deal is made. July 16th, 2018 A course of action is decided on and put into action
Ragnarok pt. 15: Back on the Mercy July 13th, 2018 Thor gets back to the Mercy.
Ragnarok pt. 13: Aftermath July 11th, 2018 The first rescue teams arrive on site to the downed Frigga's Mercy and start to the hard work.
Ragnarok pt. 14: Recovery July 11th, 2018 Thor is recovered and on the way back to the Asgardians
Ragnarok Pt. 12: Planetfall July 10th, 2018 Frigga's Mercy crashes into the Atlantic while the heroes work frantically to evacuate all that they can.
Tony's 4th of July Bash July 5th, 2018 Avengers and JLA assemble at Tony's party, along with some dignitaries and press.
Ragnarok pt. 11: The Interview July 2nd, 2018 Clark Kent gets the skinny on what's the haps with Thor.
Ragnarok pt. 9: If I only had a brain. June 29th, 2018 Thor gains the aid of a direly needed telepath and meets the New Mutants who offer their aid.
Ragnarok pt. 10: Amazon Detente June 29th, 2018 Thor speaks with Queen Hippolyta and the two people come closer to understanding one another.
Ragnarok pt. 8: The News of the U.N. June 28th, 2018 A course of action is decided upon.
Two Brothers and a Stark + 1 June 28th, 2018 Brother are brothers, and Tony snarks while Nuala tries not to get on anyone's bad side.
Germination: Let there be Light, pt 2 June 27th, 2018 Heroes deal with the giant space fungus 'ship'.
Germination: Let there be Light, pt 1 June 26th, 2018 Thor engages the space invading fungoid, with mixed results
Ragnarok pt. 7: Reflection and Logistics June 23rd, 2018 Plans are made to deal with the transfer of the Asgardians
Ragnarok pt 4: Alpha Flight pitches in! June 22nd, 2018 Alpha Flight lends their expertise to helping the Asgardians.
Ragnarok pt 5: Player Two has entered the Game. June 22nd, 2018 Thor and Tony catch up on what has passed.
Ragnarok pt. 6: The Nations United June 22nd, 2018 Thor addresses the UN, supported by T'Challa and Diana.
Ragnarok Pt 3: Amazonian Intervention June 21st, 2018 Diana offers the aid of the Amazons and Thor accepts though conditionally.+
Ragnarok pt 2: First Responders June 20th, 2018 The Asgardians are visited by a Nova, a Lantern, and some Wakandans. Help is given, and T'Challa offers asylum.
Ragnarok pt 1: Contact with Earth June 20th, 2018 Thor contacts the Avengers, plans are made to help the Asgardian ship.
Everybody Needs Down Time June 17th, 2018 Backdated Scene - Several months ago. Thor and Natasha have a conversation over coffee.
Are you not entertained April 9th, 2018 Bjorn fights Thor while the Guardians, and friends, eat popcorn
Mutant Kidnappings: Crowd Control April 3rd, 2018 Another kidnapped mutant attack, this time at a rally at NYC city hall.
Housewarming: Moar Chatter, Less Prep! April 2nd, 2018 Skye and Clint hold a housewarming, and their friends live up to all expectations making it uniquely theirs.
Point Break 3: Into Olympus! March 30th, 2018 Summary needed
Snakes of Mist, Bile and Flame March 29th, 2018 Summary needed
Fek it. We'll do it Live! March 28th, 2018 Summary needed
A Hammer, A Trick, and An Angel walk into a street. March 13th, 2018 Summary needed
Drink Sober-Up, It's a Life-Saver. March 10th, 2018 Summary needed
The Alley Cat Strut March 9th, 2018 Summary needed
Were Your Ears Burning March 8th, 2018 Summary needed
Log 4007 March 4th, 2018 Summary needed
I Know a Great Shawarma Place March 2nd, 2018 Thor and Diana meet over shawarma.
Log 3986 March 1st, 2018 Summary needed
Look at them, they think they're people. February 28th, 2018 Summary needed
Comin' round, on the mountain February 27th, 2018 Tony talks Hulk down, and Thor arrives with good ideas.
Log 3949 February 23rd, 2018 Summary needed
Log 3939 February 22nd, 2018 Summary needed
Drake meets another Avenger February 22nd, 2018 Thor comes to visit Drake and talk to him about his powers. He gets mobbed by nerds.
Beer Pong in the Park. February 21st, 2018 An evening of Beer Pong and Merryment in Central Park between a group of heroes.
A god meets a vampire in Chinatown February 17th, 2018 Summary needed
A Southern Trip February 14th, 2018 Summary needed
In the Night Garden February 10th, 2018 Thor and Wanda share a drink and some conversation, coming up with friends and an.. open ended invitation?
The gang fights against civil rights! February 9th, 2018 Summary needed
Pub Stuff February 9th, 2018 Summary needed
X-Thor February 9th, 2018 Summary needed
Log 3812 February 6th, 2018 Several Avengers chat in the mansion
Superb Owl February 4th, 2018 Danny finds Claire while she's walking home from work on Super Bowl Sunday. Thor drops in (literally -- no, there's a crater).
Log 3802 February 4th, 2018 Summary needed
Lesser of Two Evils January 23rd, 2018 With an army of demons continuing to chase Shadowlite and Vicky across Earth, they finally tire... and attract more heroic attention.
The one where the Avengers get a new member December 23rd, 2017 Summary needed
Just a late drink December 22nd, 2017 Thor and Scarlet witch make unusual showings at Tony's Party.
Home for the Holidays December 15th, 2017 Summary needed
Unexpected Discoveries December 14th, 2017 Summary needed
Option 1 With a Side of Ass-Kicking December 5th, 2017 Summary needed
Downtime in the Diner November 30th, 2017 A random meeting of heroes in a diner
Lunch at the Trisk November 26th, 2017 Thanksgiving dinner at the Triskelion caffeteria. Food is had by all. Flirting... well, you'll have to read and find out.
Things We Do In The Subway November 23rd, 2017 Summary needed
VenomTV November 15th, 2017 Summary needed
The Hunters Part One November 14th, 2017 Summary needed
My Lord Thor October 30th, 2017 Summary needed
Log 3010 October 29th, 2017 Summary needed
Dude Where's my Space Boat October 1st, 2017 Summary needed
Apokolips Now: Darkseid's Last Stand September 30th, 2017 The battle continues ... and the heroes rally against the monstrous threat that is Darkseid.
New Threats, Old Allies September 28th, 2017 Summary needed
Apokolips Now: Darkseid Appears September 26th, 2017 Darkseid appears. And the Earth trembled.
Apokolips Now: Kalibak The Conqueror September 23rd, 2017 Kalibak and parademons appear to wrest Metropolis from the heroes control.
Apokolips Now: Avengers Assemble September 19th, 2017 The armies of Apokolips descend upon NYC, targetting the UN as a symbol of world government. The Avengers arrive to help National Guard and NYPD forces hold the line, and make a new friend in the process.
A Revel Worthy of the Gods September 14th, 2017 Summary needed
The More Things Change September 6th, 2017 Summary needed
Enchantment Under the Sea September 5th, 2017 Summary needed
Multicast Thunder! August 30th, 2017 Summary needed
Kindred Bar Spirits August 28th, 2017 Summary needed
Two-Fisted...and it ain't drinkin'! August 14th, 2017 Summary needed
It's A Long Way To The Top August 7th, 2017 Summary needed
Pizza, Interrupted July 29th, 2017 Sometimes the Thor's mightiest weapon is his voice. He never did get the meatball sandwich though.
Fancy Meeting You Here July 25th, 2017 Summary needed
You know, that time I fought Thor... July 23rd, 2017 Summary needed
The Other God of War July 17th, 2017 Summary needed
Fight Club: Part Deux July 16th, 2017 Summary needed
Coffee after Punching July 16th, 2017 Summary needed
If you like it then you better... July 9th, 2017 Thor proposes to Lady Sif.
We're Celebrating What July 2nd, 2017 Sif and Thor celebrate the 4th of July, although Sif isn't sure she understands why.
Log June 25th, 2017 Summary needed
Date Night June 13th, 2017 Summary needed
Log June 11th, 2017 Summary needed
An the Way to Culture June 9th, 2017 In which the Museum of Natural History draws all manner of people.
Flatline: Out of the Hospital June 3rd, 2017 In which Vorpal's rabbit hole teleport roulette drops Flatline off near Harlem and the cat elsewhere, Tony Stark is Flatline's next high-profile victim, Aspen sneaks a peek into the mind of an akuma victim, Supergirl tempts fate by catching Flatline's eye, Iron Fist finds where the akuma is hidden, and Thor causes an Act of God with a car - Tony's car and Top Gear mourns. Or what happens when superheros don't read the Ladyblog.
Norway or the Highway... June 2nd, 2017 Summary needed
Log May 26th, 2017 Summary needed
Need Coffee May 20th, 2017 Summary needed
NOT A WORD, THOR May 11th, 2017 Summary needed
Schwarma King May 3rd, 2017 Summary needed
World-Thor-Two April 20th, 2017 Summary needed
Towering Figure April 20th, 2017 Summary needed.
Dressing Thor April 19th, 2017 Summary needed.
Central Perk April 18th, 2017 Summary needed.

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Title Date Scene Summary
Ragnarok: Funeral Pyre July 17th, 2018 Asgard and their allies say goodbye to the fallen
Ragnarok June 20th, 2018 Thor speaks to his people
Avenger's New Waterpark? February 23rd, 2018 The Mansion may never recover

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