History Comicbook / TheMightyThor

18th Jan '17 4:12:46 PM TheLaughingFist
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Eventually, Thor abandoned his Dr. Blake identity (who may or may not have been an actual person - it's confusing) and even was replaced temporarily by other heroes such as ComicBook/BetaRayBill and Thunderstrike. After Odin was KilledOffForReal, Thor gained his powers and responsibilities. He finally managed to end the Ragnarok cycle, though all of Asgard was destroyed in the process. In 2007, Thor returned and re-created Asgard (and revived its people) ''in the middle of the United States'', on land he legally bought! But Loki also returned, badder than ever (first as a woman, then his regular male form and after a rebirth an {{Adorkable}} CreepyChild), and set on making life miserable for Thor once again. Thor has now returned to the brand-new [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]] lineup.

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Eventually, Later, Thor abandoned his Dr. Blake identity (who may or may not have been an actual person - it's confusing) and even was replaced temporarily by other heroes such as ComicBook/BetaRayBill and Thunderstrike. After Odin was KilledOffForReal, Thor gained his powers and responsibilities. He finally managed to end the Ragnarok cycle, though all of Asgard was destroyed in the process. In 2007, Thor returned and re-created Asgard (and revived its people) ''in the middle of the United States'', on land he legally bought! But Loki also returned, badder than ever (first as a woman, then his regular male form and after a rebirth an {{Adorkable}} CreepyChild), and set on making life miserable for Thor once again. Thor has now returned to the brand-new [[Comicbook/TheAvengers Avengers]] lineup.


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Odinson would see himself hit the absolute rock bottom, defeated, de-armed, and without his hammer he would leave to find if the universe still had a place for him. His search would lead him into a fight with The Collecter, who had found something even he could not claim, Ultimate Mojolnr, who had ripped itself from the destruction of its home universe and settled in the ruins of Old Asgard. Can Odinson claim this hammer as his own, can he become an Unworthy Thor.
8th Jan '17 3:31:06 PM nombretomado
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In the UltimateMarvel Universe, Thor is still a MessianicArchetype, but his godhood is put in question. Through the efforts of Loki, Thor's words are twisted and [[CassandraTruth not taken very seriously]].

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In the UltimateMarvel ComicBook/UltimateMarvel Universe, Thor is still a MessianicArchetype, but his godhood is put in question. Through the efforts of Loki, Thor's words are twisted and [[CassandraTruth not taken very seriously]].
29th Nov '16 9:32:36 PM ShawnRi
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* EvilChancellor:

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* EverybodyHatesHades: Hela, the Norse goddess of the dead (well, the dead who didn't die in heroic battle, anyway) is given this treatment. Sometimes it is justified, as she on occasions took the role of a villain and tried to take over Valhalla, but it still doesn't justify the hatred she gets when she only tries to care for the souls under her charge.* EvilChancellor:
27th Nov '16 10:46:09 AM OnePunch
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** Cruelly subverted in an alternate future where Thor rules as God King of the world, his duplicitous bother Loki utilizes Reconditioning Center's to forcibly overwrite it's inmates personality to the ways of Asgards rule. An over-glorified frontal lobotomy for that worlds so-called dissidents.



** Played again multiple times before Kid Loki made his debut, Loki often created his own problems by accident. E.I. The Avengers assembling for the first time to fight him. And his biggest one is the creation of Desak after he imprisoned his maker to [[SoulPoweredEngine power The Destroyer]].



* EvenMoreOmnipotent: Mjolnir was crafted by his father Odin with the specific caveat that no one can lift it unless they be worthy. (Specifically, worthy by Odin's standards. This means possessing traits such as honor, courage, humility, and the heart of a warrior-born. Odin can also rescind this rule temporarily at his leisure.[[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope or at least he used to.]] ]]) Mjolnir will always go through any impediments (even a planet) to return to Thor's hand, and it (usually) can't be destroyed by a force which exerts less than Odin's own power. However, the first way to know that a new villain is serious business is if they destroy, restrain or lift the hammer by sheer force.

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* EvenMoreOmnipotent: Mjolnir was crafted by his father Odin with the specific caveat that no one can lift it unless they be worthy. (Specifically, worthy by Odin's standards. This means possessing traits such as honor, courage, humility, and the heart of a warrior-born. Odin can also rescind this rule temporarily at his leisure.[[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope or at least he used to.]] ]]) ) Mjolnir will always go through any impediments (even a planet) to return to Thor's hand, and it (usually) can't be destroyed by a force which exerts less than Odin's own power. However, the first way to know that a new villain is serious business is if they destroy, restrain or lift the hammer by sheer force.



*** Again in the aborted '''Thor: The reigning''' timeline.
* ExactWords: "If he/she be worthy".

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*** Again in the aborted '''Thor: The reigning''' timeline.
* ExactWords: "If he/she he be worthy".



* RightForTheWrongReasons: Played with, For Thor it come in the opposition to the necessity of divine intervention; in their presence within universe at all. Desak being a pretty sharp example, was once a hesitant follower of petty gods who were quick to [[JerkassGods turn around, spite/smite his home and wife]] in their rage; thusly resigning to become a God Punisher/enforcer of a cosmic entity, believing all gods be they malevolent or benign are more part of the problem then ever a solution to mortal woes. His methods and reasons, though horrendous in many ways, were not entirely wrong as his paradoxical creation came about during "The Reigning" story arc due to the betrayal of his benefactor at the hands of allies turned enemies who abused their power to enslave the earth leading to its decline, ironically [[NiceJobFIxingItVillain opting her to create said guardian in the past]] when reawakened by him in the future. With Gorr on the other hand it was much more extreme, he went through his whole life facing travesty, hegemony and atrocity from childhood to adulthood due to perceived negligence of the gods. His mother getting slaughter while he preyed and they never came, his wife and mother to be swallowed up by the earth but they never came, his children dying of hunger and heatstroke yet still never answering his prayers. And by the time two either dead or dying gods fall from the sky in front of him finally show up he's been rendered a wrathful FlatEarthAtheist who went into a salty, empty, hate spewing rant whose bile triggered an ArtifactOfDoom that was already lodged in said god. After-which he promptly replaced said artifact back in his chest before setting out to bleed more deities across the space-ways for a hobby. Culminating into the belief that due to gods falling into two categories [[GodIsFlawed either those who do ''Harm'' or do ''Nothing'' at all]], decides to wipe them all from the face of existence. Unlike Desak, Gorr's actions are infinitely more atrocious his victims relegating him to [[StrawHypocrite the most cruel, evil god of all]] despite his claims; still he has some good points in that many deities in general are self-centered, genocidal and either lazy or bigoted jerks who act like [[SmallNameBigEgo they're entitled to run the world when they accomplish nothing]].

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* RightForTheWrongReasons: Played with, For Thor it come in the opposition to the necessity of divine intervention; in their presence within universe at all. Desak being a pretty sharp example, was once a hesitant follower of petty gods who were quick to [[JerkassGods turn around, spite/smite his home and wife]] in their rage; thusly resigning to become a God Punisher/enforcer of a cosmic entity, believing all gods be they malevolent or benign are more part of the problem then ever a solution to mortal woes. His methods and reasons, though horrendous in many ways, were not entirely wrong as his paradoxical creation came about during "The Reigning" story arc due to the betrayal of his benefactor at the hands of allies turned enemies who abused their power to enslave the earth leading to its decline, ironically [[NiceJobFIxingItVillain opting her to create said guardian in the past]] when reawakened by him in the future. With Gorr on the other hand it was much more extreme, he went through his whole life facing travesty, hegemony and atrocity from childhood to adulthood due to perceived negligence of the gods. His mother getting slaughter while he preyed and they never came, his wife and mother to be swallowed up by the earth but they never came, his children dying of hunger and heatstroke yet still never answering his prayers. And by the time two either dead or dying gods fall from the sky in front of him finally show up he's been rendered a wrathful FlatEarthAtheist who went into a salty, empty, hate spewing rant whose bile triggered an ArtifactOfDoom that was already lodged in said god. After-which he promptly replaced said artifact back in his chest before setting out to bleed more deities across the space-ways for a hobby. Culminating into the belief that due to gods falling into two categories [[GodIsFlawed either those who do ''Harm'' or or do ''Nothing'' at all]], decides to wipe them all from the face of existence. Unlike Desak, Gorr's actions are infinitely more atrocious his victims relegating him to [[StrawHypocrite the most cruel, evil god of all]] despite his claims; still he has some good points in that many deities in general are self-centered, genocidal and either lazy or bigoted jerks who act like [[SmallNameBigEgo they're entitled to run the world when they accomplish nothing]].
27th Nov '16 10:22:58 AM OnePunch
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*** Again in the averted ''Thor: The reigning'' timeline.

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*** Again in the averted ''Thor: aborted '''Thor: The reigning'' reigning''' timeline.
27th Nov '16 10:20:16 AM OnePunch
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* EvenMoreOmnipotent: Mjolnir was crafted by his father Odin with the specific caveat that no one can lift it unless they be worthy. (Specifically, worthy by Odin's standards. This means possessing traits such as honor, courage, humility, and the heart of a warrior-born. Odin can also rescind this rule temporarily at his leisure.) Mjolnir will always go through any impediments (even a planet) to return to Thor's hand, and it (usually) can't be destroyed by a force which exerts less than Odin's own power. However, the first way to know that a new villain is serious business is if they destroy, restrain or lift the hammer by sheer force.

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* EvenMoreOmnipotent: Mjolnir was crafted by his father Odin with the specific caveat that no one can lift it unless they be worthy. (Specifically, worthy by Odin's standards. This means possessing traits such as honor, courage, humility, and the heart of a warrior-born. Odin can also rescind this rule temporarily at his leisure.) [[spoiler:[[SubvertedTrope or at least he used to.]] ]]) Mjolnir will always go through any impediments (even a planet) to return to Thor's hand, and it (usually) can't be destroyed by a force which exerts less than Odin's own power. However, the first way to know that a new villain is serious business is if they destroy, restrain or lift the hammer by sheer force.



* ExactWords: "If he be worthy".

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*** Again in the averted ''Thor: The reigning'' timeline.
* ExactWords: "If he he/she be worthy".
27th Nov '16 9:07:40 AM OnePunch
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* RightForTheWrongReasons: Played with, For Thor it come in the opposition to the necessity of divine intervention; in their presence within universe at all. Desak being a pretty sharp example, was once a hesitant follower of petty gods who were quick to [[JerkassGods turn around, spite/smite his home and wife]] in their rage; thusly resigning to become a God Punisher/enforcer of a cosmic entity, believing all gods be they malevolent or benign are more part of the problem then ever a solution to mortal woes. His methods and reasons, though horrendous in many ways, were not entirely wrong as his paradoxical creation came about during "The Reigning" story arc due to the betrayal of his benefactor at the hands of allies turned enemies who abused their power to enslave the earth leading to its decline, ironically [[NiceJobFIxingItVillain opting her to create said guardian in the past]] when reawakened by him in the future. With Gorr on the other hand it was much more extreme, he went through his whole life facing travesty, hegemony and atrocity from childhood to adulthood due to perceived negligence of the gods. His mother getting slaughter while he preyed and they never came, his wife and mother to be swallowed up by the earth but they never came, his children dying of hunger and heatstroke yet still never answering his prayers. And by the time two either dead or dying gods fall from the sky in front of him finally show up he's been rendered a wrathful FlatEarthAtheist who went into a salty, empty, hate spewing rant whose bile triggered an ArtifactOfDoom that was already lodged in said god. After-which he promptly replaced said artifact back in his chest before setting out to bleed more deities across the space-ways for a hobby. Culminating into the belief that due to gods falling into two categories [[GodIsFlawed either Gods who do ''Harm'' or Gods who do ''Nothing'' at all]],

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* RightForTheWrongReasons: Played with, For Thor it come in the opposition to the necessity of divine intervention; in their presence within universe at all. Desak being a pretty sharp example, was once a hesitant follower of petty gods who were quick to [[JerkassGods turn around, spite/smite his home and wife]] in their rage; thusly resigning to become a God Punisher/enforcer of a cosmic entity, believing all gods be they malevolent or benign are more part of the problem then ever a solution to mortal woes. His methods and reasons, though horrendous in many ways, were not entirely wrong as his paradoxical creation came about during "The Reigning" story arc due to the betrayal of his benefactor at the hands of allies turned enemies who abused their power to enslave the earth leading to its decline, ironically [[NiceJobFIxingItVillain opting her to create said guardian in the past]] when reawakened by him in the future. With Gorr on the other hand it was much more extreme, he went through his whole life facing travesty, hegemony and atrocity from childhood to adulthood due to perceived negligence of the gods. His mother getting slaughter while he preyed and they never came, his wife and mother to be swallowed up by the earth but they never came, his children dying of hunger and heatstroke yet still never answering his prayers. And by the time two either dead or dying gods fall from the sky in front of him finally show up he's been rendered a wrathful FlatEarthAtheist who went into a salty, empty, hate spewing rant whose bile triggered an ArtifactOfDoom that was already lodged in said god. After-which he promptly replaced said artifact back in his chest before setting out to bleed more deities across the space-ways for a hobby. Culminating into the belief that due to gods falling into two categories [[GodIsFlawed either Gods those who do ''Harm'' or Gods who or do ''Nothing'' at all]],all]], decides to wipe them all from the face of existence. Unlike Desak, Gorr's actions are infinitely more atrocious his victims relegating him to [[StrawHypocrite the most cruel, evil god of all]] despite his claims; still he has some good points in that many deities in general are self-centered, genocidal and either lazy or bigoted jerks who act like [[SmallNameBigEgo they're entitled to run the world when they accomplish nothing]].



** ''Thor'' #371-372 features a time traveller from the future trying to prevent a chain of events that will result in [[WorldWarWhatever World War VII]].

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** ''Thor'' #371-372 features a time traveller traveler from the future trying to prevent a chain of events that will result in [[WorldWarWhatever World War VII]].VII]].
** Also in ''The Mighty Thor'' #69-79 during ''The Reigning'' line, when [[NiceJobBreakingItHero Thor took over the earth and was negligent in his rule]] left the world in a stagnated state. Leading up to his undoing his faulty rule by traveling back and reunifying his human and god selves.
27th Nov '16 12:49:48 AM OnePunch
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* DefectorFromParadise: "The Reigning" story arc presents a massive version of this trope. The story arc featured a nigh-omnipotent Thor ruling over both Earth and Asgard as All-Father. His reign was characterized as having "solved all of humanity's ills", including war, disease, hunger, etc. However, the conflict of the story revolved around the idea that the "paradise" Thor had created wasn't earned by humanity and therefore wasn't real. Furthermore, Thor was also blamed for the fact that his adviser, [[PoisonousFriend Loki]], engaged in secret executions and other atrocities to silence dissension---something that Thor wouldn't have approved of if he had known about it. Almost all of Thor's old friends (Sif, Captain America, and others) formed a rebellion to reject the paradise world and take Thor down, which basically resulted in his perfect kingdom being utterly destroyed, everybody dying, and King Thor being forced to use all of his power to hit a ResetButton so that his younger self never came to rule.

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* DefectorFromParadise: "The Reigning" story arc presents a massive version of this trope. The story arc featured a nigh-omnipotent Thor ruling over both Earth and Asgard as All-Father. His reign was characterized as having "solved all of humanity's ills", including war, disease, hunger, etc. However, the conflict of the story revolved around the idea that the "paradise" Thor had created wasn't earned by humanity and therefore wasn't real. Furthermore, Eventually revealing the heavy layer of stagnation & injustice beneath the facade of a Utopian society. Which furthermore, in part left Thor was also blamed to blame for the fact that his adviser, [[PoisonousFriend Loki]], engaged in secret executions and other atrocities to silence dissension---something dissension, saying nothing of supplying insurgencies and promoting rebellion all for brutally quelling them to start with---something that Thor wouldn't have approved of if he had known about it. Almost all of Thor's old friends (Sif, Captain America, even Jane Foster and others) formed a rebellion to reject the paradise world and take Thor down, which basically resulted in his perfect kingdom being utterly destroyed, most everybody dying, and King Thor being forced to use all of his power to hit a ResetButton so that his younger self never came to rule.



* TheDreaded: Its very rare considering their power and courage, but a few villains have this effect on all of Asgard including Odin and Thor. Two in particular are Surtur, a fire giant rivaling Odin in power destined to burn the entire universe and the Disir, the Asgardian equivalent of the boogeymen who are pretty much immune to all but very specific magic and weapons (including Thor's hammer) and merely saying their name can cause them to appear and kill you. Ego the Living Planet is one of the few villains not related to Myth/NorseMythology that intimidates Thor. Even a god has trouble fighting an entire ''world''. Another example is the Mangog, who habitually beat the living daylights out of the thunderer and just refuses to go away - "so long as hate endures, I exist". When Desak, the God-Slayer who had destroyed several ''pantheons'' throughout the universe, came upon Asgard, the Asgardian troops were practically shaking in their boots, and, as it turns out, rightly so. And there is the Destroyer, of course. Recently, [[Comicbook/FearItself The Serpent]] has added himself among this list quite nicely. Then there was Gorr The God Butcher, whom Thor has had a deep seeded strain of horrid memories of during his youth. Especially onto old age when the former spent 900 years in the future enslaving and massacring gods to build [[KillTheGod deicidal WMD]] for murdering them all.

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* TheDreaded: Its very rare considering their power and courage, but a few villains have this effect on all of Asgard including Odin and Thor. Two in particular are Surtur, a fire giant rivaling Odin in power destined to burn the entire universe and the Disir, the Asgardian equivalent of the boogeymen who are pretty much immune to all but very specific magic and weapons (including Thor's hammer) and merely saying their name can cause them to appear and kill you. Ego the Living Planet is one of the few villains not related to Myth/NorseMythology that intimidates Thor. Even a god has trouble fighting an entire ''world''. Another example is the Mangog, who habitually beat the living daylights out of the thunderer and just refuses to go away - "so long as hate endures, I exist". When Desak, the God-Slayer who had destroyed several ''pantheons'' throughout the universe, came upon Asgard, the Asgardian troops were practically shaking in their boots, and, as it turns out, rightly so. And there is the Destroyer, of course. Recently, [[Comicbook/FearItself The Serpent]] has added himself among this list quite nicely. Then there was Gorr The God Butcher, whom Thor has had a deep seeded strain of horrid memories of during his youth. Especially onto old age when the former spent 900 years in the future enslaving and massacring gods to build [[KillTheGod a deicidal WMD]] for murdering them all.



* EndlessWinter: The "Cask of Winters"/"Cask of Ancient Winters" is used to create this effect by several enemies of Asgard, especially Malekith "the Accursed". Probably inspired by the [[Myth/NorseMythology Fimbulvinter]].

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* EndlessWinter: The "Cask of Winters"/"Cask Winters"/"The Casket of Ancient Winters" is used to create this effect by several enemies of Asgard, especially Malekith "the Accursed". Probably inspired by the [[Myth/NorseMythology Fimbulvinter]].



* HijackingCthulhu: In a Thor comic book annual, Demogorge the God-Eater, an ancient deity whose very purpose is to destroy gods, is awakened before its time and opposed by an alliance of heroic gods from [[AllMythsAreTrue Earth's various pantheons]]. He ends up ''eating'' them all, but Thor's will is too strong, and not only takes over its body, he forces it to restore all the deities it had already eaten!

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* HijackingCthulhu: In a Thor comic book annual, Demogorge the God-Eater, an ancient deity whose very purpose is to destroy consume gods, is awakened before its time and opposed by an alliance of heroic gods from [[AllMythsAreTrue Earth's various pantheons]]. He ends up ''eating'' them all, but Thor's will is too strong, and not only takes over its body, he forces it to restore all the deities it had already eaten!



** For both Desak and Gorr, this was literal. Desak was called the God-slayer, and Gorr was more than willing to call himself the God ''Butcher'', and each lived up to their respective title. Gorr brutally so.

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** For both Desak and Gorr, this was literal. Desak was called the God-slayer, ''God-slayer'', and Gorr was more than willing to call himself the God ''Butcher'', and each lived up to their respective title. Gorr brutally so.


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* RightForTheWrongReasons: Played with, For Thor it come in the opposition to the necessity of divine intervention; in their presence within universe at all. Desak being a pretty sharp example, was once a hesitant follower of petty gods who were quick to [[JerkassGods turn around, spite/smite his home and wife]] in their rage; thusly resigning to become a God Punisher/enforcer of a cosmic entity, believing all gods be they malevolent or benign are more part of the problem then ever a solution to mortal woes. His methods and reasons, though horrendous in many ways, were not entirely wrong as his paradoxical creation came about during "The Reigning" story arc due to the betrayal of his benefactor at the hands of allies turned enemies who abused their power to enslave the earth leading to its decline, ironically [[NiceJobFIxingItVillain opting her to create said guardian in the past]] when reawakened by him in the future. With Gorr on the other hand it was much more extreme, he went through his whole life facing travesty, hegemony and atrocity from childhood to adulthood due to perceived negligence of the gods. His mother getting slaughter while he preyed and they never came, his wife and mother to be swallowed up by the earth but they never came, his children dying of hunger and heatstroke yet still never answering his prayers. And by the time two either dead or dying gods fall from the sky in front of him finally show up he's been rendered a wrathful FlatEarthAtheist who went into a salty, empty, hate spewing rant whose bile triggered an ArtifactOfDoom that was already lodged in said god. After-which he promptly replaced said artifact back in his chest before setting out to bleed more deities across the space-ways for a hobby. Culminating into the belief that due to gods falling into two categories [[GodIsFlawed either Gods who do ''Harm'' or Gods who do ''Nothing'' at all]],
26th Nov '16 11:09:31 PM OnePunch
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** Desak the God-Slayer had a nice one... when the forces of Asgard raced at him, heaving swords and shields, and shouting their famous battlecry "For Odin! For Asgaaaard!!" he responded "For NOTHING!" as he blew them away.

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** Desak the God-Slayer had a nice one... when the forces of Asgard raced at him, heaving swords and shields, and shouting their famous battlecry "For Odin! Honor! For Asgaaaard!!" he responded "For NOTHING!" NOTHING" as he blew them away.



* TheDreaded: Its very rare considering their power and courage, but a few villains have this effect on all of Asgard including Odin and Thor. Two in particular are Surtur, a fire giant rivaling Odin in power destined to burn the entire universe and the Disir, the Asgardian equivalent of the boogeymen who are pretty much immune to all but very specific magic and weapons (including Thor's hammer) and merely saying their name can cause them to appear and kill you. Ego the Living Planet is one of the few villains not related to Myth/NorseMythology that intimidates Thor. Even a god has trouble fighting an entire ''world''. Another example is the Mangog, who habitually beat the living daylights out of the thunderer and just refuses to go away - "so long as hate endures, I exist". When Desak, the God-Slayer who had destroyed several ''pantheons'' throughout the universe, came upon Asgard, the Asgardian troops were practically shaking in their boots, and, as it turns out, rightly so. And there is the Destroyer, of course. Recently, [[Comicbook/FearItself The Serpent]] has added himself among this list quite nicely.

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* TheDreaded: Its very rare considering their power and courage, but a few villains have this effect on all of Asgard including Odin and Thor. Two in particular are Surtur, a fire giant rivaling Odin in power destined to burn the entire universe and the Disir, the Asgardian equivalent of the boogeymen who are pretty much immune to all but very specific magic and weapons (including Thor's hammer) and merely saying their name can cause them to appear and kill you. Ego the Living Planet is one of the few villains not related to Myth/NorseMythology that intimidates Thor. Even a god has trouble fighting an entire ''world''. Another example is the Mangog, who habitually beat the living daylights out of the thunderer and just refuses to go away - "so long as hate endures, I exist". When Desak, the God-Slayer who had destroyed several ''pantheons'' throughout the universe, came upon Asgard, the Asgardian troops were practically shaking in their boots, and, as it turns out, rightly so. And there is the Destroyer, of course. Recently, [[Comicbook/FearItself The Serpent]] has added himself among this list quite nicely. Then there was Gorr The God Butcher, whom Thor has had a deep seeded strain of horrid memories of during his youth. Especially onto old age when the former spent 900 years in the future enslaving and massacring gods to build [[KillTheGod deicidal WMD]] for murdering them all.



** A few stories play with this by explaning gods can gain a sort of spiritual sustance from worship. If a god or group of gods are killed enough mortals remembering them can bring them back to life and some groups of gods need worship or some other mortal connection to come to the mortal realm. But they do not cease to exist if mortals forget them.

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** A few stories play with this by explaning explaining gods can gain a sort of spiritual sustance sustenance from worship. If a god or group of gods are killed enough mortals remembering them can bring them back to life and some groups of gods need worship or some other mortal connection to come to the mortal realm. But they do not cease to exist if mortals forget them.them.
** One of the heaviest inversions to this in story, is based a bit on how both above and below explain gods and their station in Marvel compendium. Donald Blake once called out to Thor long after Ragnarok hit and all of Asgard perished, the kicker being that the Odinson's other half came into being once again when Odin and the gods themselves perished bringing Blake back from non-existence. Ending in Blake sharing with Thor '''One Profound Truth''' its not for gods to determine whether or not man exists, more rather it is for man to determine if the gods exist.
26th Nov '16 2:20:38 AM rafi
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* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: ''Thor'' #371-372 features a time traveller from the future trying to prevent a chain of events that will result in [[WorldWarWhatever World War VII]].
** And now Kid Loki is out to prove that [[spoiler: Tanarus is not the God of Thunder, and has usurped Thor's place in everyone's memories.]]

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* SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong: SetRightWhatOnceWentWrong:
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''Thor'' #371-372 features a time traveller from the future trying to prevent a chain of events that will result in [[WorldWarWhatever World War VII]].
** And now Kid Loki is out to prove that [[spoiler: Tanarus is not the God of Thunder, and has usurped Thor's place in everyone's memories.]]



* TrueCompanions: The Warriors Three.

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* TrueCompanions: TrueCompanions:
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The Warriors Three.



* {{Valkyries}}: Brunnhilde
* ViciousCycle: Ragnarök

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* {{Valkyries}}: Brunnhilde
Brunnhilde is an actual valkyrie, after being forced to possess a human woman by The Enchantress. She later regained her own physical body.
* ViciousCycle: RagnarökAfter multiple storylines involving someone attempting to trigger Ragnarök, it was established that Ragnarök is a cycle that has occurred multiple times in Asgard's past.
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