History Fridge / Thor

29th Jul '17 6:09:32 PM CrowTR0bot
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* Also remember the one famous incident in mythology, where Thor had to dress as a woman in a wedding dress to get his hammer back. If the same incident happened in MCU, it would make sense for Thor to get super-pissed off when he hears it, probably open an old wound.

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* Also remember the one famous incident in mythology, where Thor had to dress as a woman in a wedding dress to get his hammer back. If the same incident happened in MCU, it would make sense for Thor to get super-pissed off when he hears it, [[NeverLiveItDown probably open an old wound.wound]].
13th Jun '17 7:45:28 PM cg12345
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* The final battle against the Destroyer is kind of underwhelming at first glance -- he's slugging it in a podunk town in the southwest, laying his life on the line for people who are basically a bunch of nobodies in the greater scheme of things. Thing is, ''Thor'' is all about the title character learning ''humility''. Rescuing "important" people in a flashy battle in, say, [[BigApplesauce NYC]] would have done nothing but feed an already bloated ego.
17th May '17 6:54:04 AM Allronix
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* Despite being hit by Darcy's truck and knocked down hard, Thor doesn't take it personally, and is happy to pig out on pancakes with the ones who "defeated" him. Valhalla is said to be a warrior heaven where everyone has a big PvP style deathmatch, and respawns afterward so that they can eat a big meal, drink heavily, and sing until the next day. By his reckoning, Darcy surprised him, defeated him fairly, and then took him to a hall to feast; finally, something he understood!
15th Apr '17 6:20:43 PM Hjortron18
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* Loki seems to take ''genocide'' rather lightly. When Thor confronts him on the Bifröst and aghast tells him "You can't kill an entire race!", Loki only chuckles and answers "Why not?". He also seems to be rather amused that Thor would suddenly stop him from killing an enemy race. This becomes fridge-y after ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'' when it is revealed that Bor, Odin's father, all but exterminated the Dark Elves and that this story was told to Thor and Loki when they were children.

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* Loki seems to take ''genocide'' rather lightly. When Thor confronts him on the Bifröst and aghast tells him "You can't kill an entire race!", Loki only chuckles and answers "Why not?". He also seems to be rather amused that Thor would suddenly stop him from killing an enemy race. This becomes fridge-y after ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'' when where it is revealed that Bor, Odin's father, all but exterminated the Dark Elves and that this story was told to Thor and Loki when they were children.children. Genocide against an "enemy race" really seems to be a lot less of a big deal for Asgardians than for humans, and Thor only seems to have a change of heart about that after spending some time on earth among humans.
15th Apr '17 6:13:57 PM Hjortron18
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* Loki seems to take ''genocide'' rather lightly. When Thor confronts him on the Bifröst and aghast tells him "You can't kill an entire race!", Loki only chuckles and answers "Why not?". He also seems to be rather amused that Thor would suddenly stop him from killing an enemy race. This becomes fridge-y after ''Film/ThorTheDarkWorld'' when it is revealed that Bor, Odin's father, all but exterminated the Dark Elves and that this story was told to Thor and Loki when they were children.
2nd Mar '17 4:35:15 PM Hjortron18
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** Leads to some FridgeHorror, considering what [[spoiler: Loki [[DrivenToSuicide tries to do]] at the end of he movie.]] This Fridge Horror could even continue in ''The Avengers''. Maybe [[spoiler: Loki's question to Thor whether he was morned would really be a legitimate question for an Asgardian.]]

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** Leads to some FridgeHorror, considering what [[spoiler: Loki [[DrivenToSuicide tries to do]] at the end of he movie.]] This Fridge Horror could even continue in ''The Avengers''. Maybe [[spoiler: Loki's question to Thor whether he was morned mourned would really be a legitimate question for an Asgardian.]]
2nd Mar '17 4:33:39 PM Hjortron18
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** Leads to some FridgeHorror, considering what [[spoiler: Loki [[DrivenToSuicide tries to do]] at the end of he movie. This Fridge Horror could even continue in ''The Avengers''. Maybe [[spoiler: Loki's question to Thor whether he was morned would really be a legitimate question for an Asgardian.]]

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** Leads to some FridgeHorror, considering what [[spoiler: Loki [[DrivenToSuicide tries to do]] at the end of he movie. ]] This Fridge Horror could even continue in ''The Avengers''. Maybe [[spoiler: Loki's question to Thor whether he was morned would really be a legitimate question for an Asgardian.]]
2nd Mar '17 4:32:35 PM Hjortron18
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** Leads to some FridgeHorror, considering what [[spoiler: Loki [[DrivenToSuicide tries to do]] at the end of he movie.]]]

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** Leads to some FridgeHorror, considering what [[spoiler: Loki [[DrivenToSuicide tries to do]] at the end of he movie.]]] This Fridge Horror could even continue in ''The Avengers''. Maybe [[spoiler: Loki's question to Thor whether he was morned would really be a legitimate question for an Asgardian.]]
2nd Mar '17 4:28:09 PM Hjortron18
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** Leads to some FridgeHorror, considering what [[spoiler: Loki [[DrivenToSuicide tries to do]] at the end of he movie.]]]
31st Jan '17 4:14:06 AM Sumatris
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* The Bifröst, an arcane piece of {{Magitek}} that the Asgardians use to travel to other realms and back... and that has the power to ''[[EarthShatteringKaboom destroy entire planets]]'' when it stays focused on the same target for too long. We get to see how the rainbow bridge beam starts to bend time and space around it while it lays waste to Jötunheim. Doing so appears to put huge strain on the technology to the point that it begins to tear itself apart, but that's probably nothing Asgard can't fix in no time after the deed is done. Imagine something like this happening to Earth because some Asgardian goes off the deep end and decides to squash the humans (or because Heimdall just forgot to turn the damn thing off).
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