History Fridge / Thor

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).
27th Nov '16 1:45:28 AM Nikumubeki
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*** So the Norse just described Heimdall as the whitest and palest of all the Gods because that's what appealed to them.


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*** So the Norse just described Heimdall as the whitest and palest of all the Gods because that's what appealed to them.
2nd May '16 3:41:37 PM RileyTaker
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** To add to this, Loki's line about "paying Jane a visit" may have been about more than just riling up Thor to fight him; he needs Thor to lose his focus on stopping the Bifrost.
16th Mar '16 8:33:55 PM DevilEyes
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** Except for the fact that nothing in the above paragraph, other than Richard being the younger brother of Edward IV and being shorter and thinner than him, is based on actual historical facts or contemporary accounts or analyses. Instead, it's either pure invention of later historical fiction writers and proven wrong by actual facts, e.g. Edward was not golden-haired, he had brown hair (as seen in all contemporary and near contemporary portraits of him, as well as the hair found in his grave when it was opened in the 18th century), while Richard was not dark and had medium brown hair and grey blue eyes; or it is not found in any contemporary accounts but is a later invention of Tudor era historians who basically switched the characterizations of Richard and his brother George, Duke of Clarence (Richard never showed any signs of being jealous of Edward, nor did any contemporaries think he was - while George was obviously ambitious and showed jealousy of both his elder brother Edward, whom he tried to depose, and of his younger brother Richard, whose power and influence he tried to reduce, opposing Richard's marriage to Anne Neville and trying to keep Anne under his control, so all of her mother's lands would pass on exclusively to George's wife - Anne's elder sister Isabel, and therefore to George himself. Even though George should have probably felt lucky with what he had, having in mind he had rebelled against and betrayed Edward, switched sides and was forgiven, while Richard had remained loyal to Edward). Or it is something that has never been mentioned or suggested by any historian or even fiction writer, namely: nobody has ever suggested that Richard was a changeling or illegitimate - in fact, he was the one whose paternity nobody ever doubted, due to his strong resemblance to his father Richard, Duke of York (which was noted by contemporaries). It was Edward whose paternity was doubted, since there were rumors (spread by his enemies, king Louis XI of France, his cousin Warwick "the Kingmaker" and his brother George) that he was supposedly illegitimate and born of his mother's supposed adultery with an archer.

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** Except for the fact that nothing in the above paragraph, other than Richard being the younger brother of Edward IV and being shorter and thinner than him, is based on actual historical facts or contemporary accounts or analyses. (And being less physically imposing than Edward did not stop Richard from being a renowned warrior just like his brother. In fact, he loved war and fighting, and was particularly known for his decisive, bold and risky decisions in battles and in politics, not for caution or long term strategy.) Instead, it's it either pure belongs to the category of myths about Richard III that are invention of later historical fiction writers and proven wrong by actual facts, e.g. Edward was not golden-haired, he had brown hair (as seen in all contemporary and near contemporary portraits of him, as well as the hair found in his grave when it was opened in the 18th century), while Richard was not dark and had medium brown hair and grey blue eyes; or it is not found in any contemporary accounts but is a later invention of Tudor era historians who basically switched the characterizations of Richard and his brother George, Duke of Clarence (Richard never showed any signs of being jealous of Edward, nor did any contemporaries think he was - while George was obviously ambitious and showed jealousy of both his elder brother Edward, whom he tried to depose, and of his younger brother Richard, whose power and influence he tried to reduce, opposing Richard's marriage to Anne Neville and trying to keep Anne under his control, so all of her mother's lands would pass on exclusively to George's wife - Anne's elder sister Isabel, and therefore to George himself. Even though George should have probably felt lucky with what he had, having in mind he had rebelled against and betrayed Edward, switched sides and was forgiven, while Richard had remained loyal to Edward). Or it Finally, the idea that Richard was illegitimate or a changeling is something that has never been mentioned or suggested by any historian or historian, not even fiction writer, namely: nobody has ever suggested that Richard was a changeling or illegitimate the most hostile ones - in fact, he was the one whose paternity nobody ever doubted, due to his strong resemblance to his father Richard, Duke of York (which York, which was noted by contemporaries).contemporaries. It was Edward whose paternity was doubted, since there were rumors (spread by his enemies, king Louis XI of France, his cousin Warwick "the Kingmaker" and his brother George) that he was supposedly illegitimate and born of his mother's supposed adultery with an archer.
16th Mar '16 8:17:56 PM DevilEyes
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** Except for the fact that nothing in the above paragraph, other than Richard being the younger brother of Edward IV and being shorter and thinner than him, is based on actual historical facts or contemporary accounts or analyses. Instead, it's either pure invention of later historical fiction writers and proven wrong by actual facts, e.g. Edward was not golden-haired, he had brown hair (as seen in all contemporary and near contemporary portraits of him, as well as the hair found in his grave when it was opened in the 18th century), while Richard was not dark and had medium brown hair and grey blue eyes; or it is not found in any contemporary accounts but is a later invention of Tudor era historians who basically switched the characterizations of Richard and his brother George, Duke of Clarence (Richard never showed any signs of being jealous of Edward, nor did any contemporaries think he was - while George was obviously ambitious and showed jealousy of both his elder brother Edward, whom he tried to depose, and of his younger brother Richard, whose power and influence he tried to reduce, opposing Richard's marriage to Anne Neville and trying to keep Anne under his control, so all of her mother's lands would pass on exclusively to George's wife - Anne's elder sister Isabel, and therefore to George himself. Even though George should have probably felt lucky with what he had, having in mind he had rebelled against and betrayed Edward, switched sides and was forgiven, while Richard had remained loyal to Edward). Or it is something that has never been mentioned or suggested by any historian or even fiction writer, namely: nobody has ever suggested that Richard was a changeling or illegitimate - in fact, he was the one whose paternity nobody ever doubted, due to his strong resemblance to his father Richard, Duke of York (which was noted by contemporaries). It was Edward whose paternity was doubted, since there were rumors (spread by his enemies, king Louis XI of France, his cousin Warwick "the Kingmaker" and his brother George) that he was supposedly illegitimate and born of his mother's supposed adultery with an archer.
16th Mar '16 4:15:13 PM MrCoolioPants
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**But let's be honest here. What guy doesn't call their friends or brothers this when bantering anyway.
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