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Thor I:
Team Affiliation: Asgard, Avengers
F: Un/100
A: Ex/20
S: Un/100
E: Un/100
R: Gd/10
I: Gd/10
P: Rm/30
Health: 320
Karma: 50
Resources: Ex/20
Popularity: 50
Powers:
Asgardian Physiology:
  • Invulnerability: Ex/20 vs physical and Ty/6 vs energy
  • Resistance – heat, cold, radiation, toxins, disease, aging: Ex/20
Equipment:
Mjolnir: Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, is made of Uru, a mystical metal of CL 1000 Material. Thor's Fighting rank is Shift Y while using the hammer. The hammer does Unearthly Blunt damage, and Thor can throw Mjolnir up to 10 areas. No one can forcibly take the hammer away from Thor, unless he wishes it. Thor can do the following Power Stunts while using Mjolnir:
  • Alter Ego: Striking Mjolnir on the ground, or a hard surface, transforms Thor into his current mortal form. If Thor is kept away from the hammer for over one minute, he automatically reverts back to his mortal form. While he is in his mortal form, Mjolnir looks like a simple wooden cane. Striking the wooden cane against a hard surface reverts Thor back to his immortal form. At present he does not have a mortal form bonded to himself.
  • Automatic Return: When thrown, whether it hits or not, Mjolnir flies back to the spot from where it was thrown.
  • Dimension Travel: Unearthly (100) rank power to travel between Earth and Asgard. Mjolnir can also open an aperture to a special pocket dimension where Thor keeps his battle armor and his Belt of Might. Thor can also place his hammer in the pocket dimension, and have it return to him at the beginning of the next round, as long as he hasn't moved more than 2 areas away from where he originally opened the dimensional aperture.
  • Dimensional Rift: By focusing all of Mjolnir's energy, Thor can create a rift in the fabric of the universe, breaking the barriers between dimensions. Anyone or anything caught nearby will be forced into the rift by a Shift Z (500) energy backlash. Thor can determine into which dimension the victims arrive in. This power costs Thor all his remaining Karma points.
  • Flight: Amazing (50) air speed. Thor does this by spinning the hammer around and then throwing it. As it takes off, he grabs hold of the hammer's leather thong and rides behind the hammer.
  • Deflection: Remarkable (30) protection against physical, energy, and magical attacks. Thor does this by spinning the hammer in front of himself.
  • Weather Control: Unearthly (100) control, including producing Monstrous intensity lightning bolts. Thor can shoot lightning bolts from Mjolnir without having to summon a storm.
  • Air Control: Create winds of up to Monstrous (75) intensity. This air control can be used to provide Monstrous (75) protection from projectiles to everyone within 1 area. The air control ability can also be used to carry others with him in flight with Incredible (40) speed.
  • Worthiness: Only a pure and noble person is able to pickup Mjolnir and use it. This person must have at least Excellent (20) Strength. A machine of Remarkable (30) Strength can pick up Mjolnir, but it cannot use it. So far, only Odin, Thor, Captain America, Dargo, and Beta Ray Bill have been able to pick up the hammer.
  • Unfettered Might: This special attack does Shift Y (200) damage and surrounds Mjolnir with a blazing blue aura. If Thor is wearing his Belt of Strength, damage is increased to Shift Z (500). unless he is wearing his special gauntlets, Thor suffers Incredible (40) damage when he uses this attack. This attack causes Thor to lose one-half of his Karma points.
  • Power Absorption/Reflection: Mjolnir can absorb energy and visual psychic attacks up to CL 1000 intensity. Thor must then release the energy from Mjolnir the next round. He can release it in any direction he wants. He may also reflect the energy back to its source with Excellent (20) Agility.
  • Light Emission: When calling forth lightning, or on command, Mjolnir can release a blinding burst of light of Incredible (40) intensity.
  • Magic Detection: This detection power senses the use of Asgardian magic with Good (10) Intensity.
  • Life Force Drain: Thor can draw out the life force of an Asgardian god, utterly destroying that immortal. This power drains Thor of all his remaining Karm a points, and he loses all his Health points except for 10.
Armor: This suit of battle armor is made of a CL 1000 metal and provides Shift Y (200) protection against physical and energy attacks.

Gauntlets: These gauntlets of CL 1000 metal cover Thor's hands and arms, providing Shift Y (200) protection against contact powers. The gauntlets are primarily used to protect Thor's hands from Mjolnir's excess energy.

Belt of Strength: When Thor wears this magical belt, his Strength is increased by +1CS. When removed, Thor's Endurance is reduced by -2CS for 24 hours.

Talents: Asgardian Lore; Swords: +1cs; Mjolnir: +2cs

Contacts: Asgardians, Gaea, Avengers

- From the Wiki: Thor is the blood-son of Odin, All-Father of the Asgardians, and Jord, who was also known as Gaea, the goddess who was one of the Elder Gods. Odin sought to father a son whose power would derive from both Asgard and Midgard (as the Earth realm is called by Asgardians), and hence he sought to mate with Jord. Odin created a cave in Norway where Jord gave birth to Thor. Months after the infant Thor was weaned, Odin brought him to Asgard to be raised. Odin's wife, the goddess Frigga, acted as Thor's mother from that time onward. Not until many decades later did Thor learn that Jord was his birth mother.

The Ragnarok cycle created numerous versions of Thor's origin story, and the fact that Asgard was a place of myth did not help matters when trying to keep track of all of the different stories and personalized descriptions of events. One such story came from the severed eye of Odin, which grew to great size, achieved sentience, and told Thor of another Thor who had existed before the current Thor's birth. This previous Thor was also the son of Odin, but had red hair, not blond hair like the current Thor. Thor was said in myth to have killed the Midgard Serpent, and to have been killed himself by the dying monster's venom, at Ragnarok, the destruction of a previous version of Asgard. Odin himself was killed, but a new Odin appeared in the place of several gods who survived Ragnarok, and it was this new Odin who fathered the current version of Thor. It is uncertain whether a true picture of Thor's origin will ever be told.

The young Thor was raised alongside Loki, who had been adopted by Odin after Loki's Frost Giant father Laufey had been killed in battle. For all of their childhood, Loki was jealous of Thor. Loki's jealousy, which grew to hatred, resulted in a desire to kill Thor. Thus began Loki's enmity for Thor, which persisted for many centuries.

For example, when Thor was eight, Odin sent him to Nidavellir, the land of the Dwarves, to bid the dwarf lords Brokk and Eitri to create three treasures for Asgard's ruler. Among the three treasures that Brokk and Eitri created was the Uru hammer Mjolnir (although Loki sabotaged the creation of the hammer so that its handle was made too short by distracting the dwarven weaponsmiths). Odin bestowed various enchantments upon the hammer, including one that made it impossible for anyone to lift it except someone who was truly worthy of wielding it. Odin then declared that he was reserving the use of Mjolnir for Thor, who would receive it on the day that great deeds of selfless valor had proved him worthy of its power. (Many of the stories contradict each other. This story of the origin of Mjolnir was contradicted by another records that showed Odin wielding Mjolnir long before Thor was even born). For years, Thor strove to become physically strong enough to wield the hammer, and was responsible for many heroic deeds. Finally, when Thor was sixteen, Odin sent him and his friends Balder and Sif on a quest to teach him what was truly required to wield Mjolnir which was a pure heart.

Thor became Asgard's greatest warrior. Before Thor was twenty, he had fallen in love with the goddess Sif. In fact, when Sif had been kidnapped by Storm Giants and ended up as a prisoner of Hela, Thor offered his own life in exchange for Sif's freedom. The goddess of death was so impressed by the young Thunder God's nobility that she let both of them go. The romance between Sif and Thor waxed and waned over the centuries.

Sometime in the 9th Century AD, Thor traveled to Earth to promote his worship among the Vikings. Both the Norsemen and the Germans, who called him Donner ("Thunder"), came to worship Thor and other Asgardians. Thor actively encouraged the adulation of his Viking worshipers for years, and also encouraged them to find glory in battle. When Thor discovered that his more zealous Viking worshipers had slaughtered the inhabitants of a Christian monastery, he was shocked and ashamed that they committed atrocities in his name. Thor then withdrew from Earthly activities altogether, and the active worship of the gods of Asgard effectively ended. For centuries, the only memory that man would have of the Asgardians would be through myths and legends. (Alternately, another story tells of how, 1000 years ago, the Sky-Fathers of Earth's Pantheons retreated from mortal worship at the command of the Third Host of the Celestials.)

During the 11th Century AD, Thor faced off with the Celestial-powered being called Apocalypse. Seeking revenge, Thor blessed Jarnbjorn with his own blood to imbue it with the power to pierce Celestial armor.

According to the severed eye of Odin, it was Odin himself who later caused Thor to live on Earth in the mortal guises of the Germanic heroes Siegmund and his son, Siegfried. In these two roles, Thor played a major role in Odin's efforts to regain the dangerously powerful Ring of the Nibelung. The warrior Hunding killed Siegmund, but Thor was reborn as Siegfried, the son of Siegmund and his lover Sieglinda. Siegfried took possession of the Ring after killing the giant Fafnir, who guarded it in the guise of a dragon (this Fafnir is not to be confused with the former king of Nastrond).

Siegfried then fell in love with the Valkyrie Brunnhilde, but was murdered by Hagen, the son of Alberich, the dwarf who had created the Ring and placed a curse upon it. Odin, however, resurrected Siegfried as Thor, who again had his full godly powers, but wiped out Thor's memory of his two mortal identities. (It is unclear how much, if any, of this account by Odin's severed eye is true.)

At one point, Adolf Hitler succeeded in contacting Thor and deceived him into aiding the cause of the Germans, the descendants of the people who had once worshiped him, in the current war. Thor therefore clashed with the Invaders and nearly killed the second Union Jack with a blast of lightning from his enchanted hammer. Learning that Hitler was evil, Thor vowed to aid him no more, and withdrew most of the electricity in Union Jack's body back into his hammer, somehow restoring him to health in the process. The second Union Jack now possessed the superhuman power to discharge electrical bolts from his body.

Following the war, Thor was not very active on Earth. He had been summoned to assist the Olympians on a handful of occasions, such as when he helped defend Olympus from an invasion by creatures spawned from the mind of Professor Buffanoff. In 1951, Thor came to the assistance of the Olympians on three more occasions. The first came when Venus was trapped in the nation of Cassarobia, a prisoner of its ruling sultan.

Thanks to his half-brother Loki, a spell had been cast that prevented any gods from using their powers in the region. Loki was convinced to lift the spell and both he and Thor worked together to hold off the sultan's forces long enough for Venus to overthrow him. Later, both Thor and the Olympian war god Mars (Ares) helped Venus defend New York City from mad inventor John Dark and his mechanized army. When Dark refused to surrender, Thor decimated his lab with a bolt of lightning, seemingly slaying Dark. Thor once more came to the aid of Venus, lending his lightning powers to stop the massive Creeping Death.

Thor led an active, adventurous life in Asgard, doing battle with Frost Giants and other enemies of the Golden realm. Odin watched Thor become more and more arrogant, and sent him to Midgard several times to learn humility. Over the years, Odin grew increasingly dissatisfied with Thor's headstrong behavior and excessive pride. On one occasion Thor violated a truce between the Asgardians and the Frost Giants, thereby nearly starting another war. Finally, while Thor was engaged in a brawl in an Asgardian tavern, Odin summoned him to his presence.

Odin decided that it was time Thor learned humility. Odin had Thor surrender his hammer to him, and then sent him to Earth in the mortal guise of a crippled young medical student named Donald Blake, stripped of his memory (again) of his true identity. As Blake, Thor learned the value of humble perseverance in dealing with his injured leg, and he came to care for the sick and dying, first as a medical student, and later as a successful physician. After leaving medical school, Blake opened a private practice in New York, and quickly gained renown as a great surgeon.

After Thor had spent ten years in the role of Blake, Odin planted within Blake's mind the suggestion to take a vacation in Norway. There Blake encountered a party of alien Kronans, also known as the Stone Men from Saturn. Blake fled from the Kronans into a cavern, the very same one that had served as Thor's birthplace millennia ago, where Odin had left Thor's hammer in the enchanted form of a wooden cane. Trapped in the cavern by a great boulder, Blake struck the boulder with the cane in frustrated anger, and was transformed back into his true godly form of Thor. As Thor he escaped the cavern and drove off the Kronans.

At first Thor still had no memory of his past life as an Asgardian god, although as months passed, more of his memories returned. Finally, a few years later, Odin revealed to him the false nature of the Blake identity and the reason for it. Thor maintained his Blake identity on Earth and continued his medical practice. Part of his affinity for Earth was his subconscious realization that his maternal heritage was of this world. The other part was simply his love for humanity and his need to experience those things that only mortals could know. Thor came to divide his time between Earth and Asgard, and does so to this day.

For years, Thor was in love with a mortal named Jane Foster who worked as a nurse for Blake. Odin disapproved of his romance and refused several requests by Thor to make her immortal, going so far as to allow Loki to set the Enchantress on Thor to drive a wedge between the couple. Odin even traveled to Earth to end their relationship.

When Thor decided to reveal his secret identity as Donald Blake to her, Odin temporarily removed his powers. Eventually the romance between Thor and Foster came to an end on its own, and Thor renewed his relationship with Sif, though that relationship has suffered strains in recent years.

When Loki's manipulations forced several of Earth's mightiest heroes to band together to stop the Hulk, Thor became a founding member of the superhuman champions known as the Avengers. He continues to serve with the team while also working with other super-heroes, like Doctor Strange (whom he also operated on as Donald Blake). He has, however, left the team several times for extended leaves of absence.

Some time later, a cybernetically-enhanced alien known as Beta Ray Bill arrived on Earth and proved worthy of lifting Mjolnir. Odin created a new hammer for Bill and transferred the enchantment that enabled Thor to change into mortal form to Bill's hammer. This allowed Bill to assume his pre-enhanced form but also removed the Blake persona from existence. With the aid of Nick Fury, Public Director of SHIELD, Thor adopted a new "secret identity", that of construction worker, Sigurd Jarlson. Thor did not actually become mortal in his Jarlson identity; he simply dressed as a contemporary human and wore glasses.

Thor grew a beard to conceal the terrible scars left on his face due to wounds inflicted by the Asgardian death goddess Hela. Hela later healed the scars on his face and Thor shaved himself smooth again. After Odin disappeared during his battle with Surtur, the people of Asgard wished to make Thor, Odin's designated heir, their new ruler. Unwilling to give up his guardianship of Earth or his life of adventure, at least not yet, Thor declined the offer and instead nominated Balder the Brave to be Asgard's ruler. Balder ruled until Odin returned and reclaimed the throne.

For a time, Thor was merged with the human Eric Masterson, an architect who first met Thor as Jarlson. The two men would exchange bodies using Mjolnir, as Thor had done before as Blake. After Loki attempted to kill Susan Austin, the woman who cared for Eric's son, Thor became furious and slew Loki. As punishment he was exiled from Earth and Eric Masterson was given the thunder god's power to continue in the role of Thor. Eventually, after Loki reappeared, Eric was able to find Thor, who had been hidden within Eric's own sub consciousness, and rescued him from exile.

Eric had proven himself to be a hero in his own right, and Odin rewarded him with the enchanted mace Thunderstrike. Taking Thunderstrike as his alias, Eric continued to serve as a hero on Earth until he died heroically after battling the Egyptian death god Seth. Thor grieved for Eric, who had become a close friend on Midgard.

Odin and Thor eventually learned that the constant shift of identity and sharing of power Odin had encouraged had driven Thor insane, marked by the appearance of a Valkyrie who was a manifestation of Thor's insanity. With the assistance of Adam Warlock and Doctor Strange, Thor regained his sanity, and Odin came to realize the error he had made.

After a paramedic named Jake Olson was slain during a battle between the Avengers and the Destroyer, Marnot, a servant of Odin, gave Thor Olson's form as a new identity. Although Thor could assume Olson's form, he had none of Olson's memories and thus found this identity to be troublesome for him. He also re-encountered Jane Foster while in this identity, and brief sparks were rekindled between them.

Once again attempting to thwart Ragnarok, Odin tried to trick the world-ash tree Yggdrasill into believing that Ragnarok had already happened. To do so, the Asgardians were to be transformed into mortals so that they would not be recognized as gods. Odin intended that Thor would restore the Asgardians to normal, but Seth accidentally prematurely activated the plan. Compounding the situation, Thor disappeared battling Onslaught and wound up on the new Counter-Earth created by Franklin Richards.

By the time Thor returned to Earth, the Asgardians had managed to regain their identities, but were then captured by the Dark Gods. Ultimately, Thor rescued his people from the Dark Gods with the aid of Hercules and the Destroyer.

During a period where Thor was injured and needed to recover, he still had responsibilities as Jake Olson that needed attention. Odin separated Olson from Thor temporarily so that "Thor" could recuperate properly while "Jake" attended to his life. This temporary separation lasted far longer than intended when the Fire Demon Surtur resurfaced. After Odin fell in battle against Surtur, Asgard was left without a ruler. Thor eventually reluctantly accepted the throne and assumed his father's Odinpower, becoming much more powerful. He also remained separate from the Jake Olson aspect of himself. Without the influence of "Jake Olson", the embodiment of his connection to humanity, Thor became more distant and less empathetic to the needs of man. Thor became determined to restore the gods of Asgard to their former place on Earth as beings to be worshipped, merging Earth with Asgard to accomplish this end.

Thor's increased activity on Earth resulted in a resurgence of followers for the Asgardians, and a Church of Thor soon emerged. Thor's willingness to fight for the lives of his followers ultimately set him against his fellow Avengers when he attempted to overthrow the government of Slokovia.

Earth's citizens became increasingly wary of Thor, and the Consortium of Nations finally launched an assault upon Asgard that reduced it to rubble. In the disaster that followed, an enraged Thor lost an arm battling the humans and killed his other self, Jake Olson, finding himself no longer worthy of Mjolnir.

From that point on, Thor devoted himself to Earth's conquest to bring order to humanity; he ruled Earth for nearly two hundred years. In that time, he married the Enchantress and she bore him a son, Magni. Thor finally came to realize that he had done wrong, and used a device created by Zarrko to travel back in time and prevent Asgard's destruction. He re-emerged as his younger self with Jake Olson, to ensure that Olson's humanity would prevent his future from occurring in that timeline.

Returning Asgard to its own realm, Thor was faced with yet another Ragnarok threat when Loki teamed with Surtur using weapons created from the same forge from which Mjolnir was made. Determining that the gods above all gods known as Those Who Sit Above in Shadow had manipulated Asgard into the repeating cycle of Ragnarok, he sought them out and gave his life (and that of the reality of his dimensions) to destroy them. The Odinpower, having manifested itself as a young Asgardian, congratulated Thor on his final victory, the plan his father had always had for him, leaving Thor to rest the slumber of the gods and all that remained of them were memories on Midgard.

Mjolnir returned to Earth, landing in a deserted field and inadvertently freeing Doctor Doom from his extra-dimensional prison along the way. Donald Blake claimed the hammer, returned from oblivion after Odin's death and the breaking of the spell that undid his existence. Meanwhile, a clone of Thor, codenamed "Project Lightning" was also released during a battle between pro and anti registration heroes. To the shock of both sides, he killed Bill Foster during the fighting.

Traveling back to "the void" Blake convinced Thor that he had ended the Ragnarok cycle, and that if he returned to earth, he could rebuild Asgard and restore his Asgardian friends and allies. Informing him that he could only return "with great pain", Thor was attacked by a horde of creatures. Disappearing, Donald Blake advised Thor that if he was to live again, he had to want to live again. Through the horde, Thor saw Mjolnir and reached for it. Grabbing it, a great bolt of lightning struck, throwing the horde clear of him. And Thor stood again, reborn in a new costume.

Thor used Mjolnir to recreate Asgard's capital in Oklahoma. Soon afterward, Iron Man met Thor in New Orleans. He greeted Thor as a friend but explained that he couldn't just appear and recreate Asgard here on Earth, even though he did now own the land. Thor told Stark that he knew of the clone that he used and how violated he felt that he used such an abomination to wage war against other heroes, many of whom Thor considered as close as family. Seeking a compromise, Stark rationalized that Asgard could be considered a foreign embassy, with diplomatic immunity granted to its inhabitants. Thor deemed this acceptable.

Soon after returning, Thor found the first of the lost Asgardians, Heimdall, and restored him to his true form. In Africa, Thor restored the Warriors Three to their true forms. Later, Thor attempted to free several captured Asgardians who were still trapped in mortal form from The Destroyer. He unknowingly freed Loki, reborn as a woman, who was working with Dr. Doom to allow Thor to free him from his mortal form. Although Thor successfully restored most of the Asgardians, he did not attempt to find his father. During the Odinsleep, Thor had a vision in which he discovered that on a subconscious level he did not do so because he wished to be free of his father, and that Odin fought an eternal cycle of battle with Surtur, dying and being reborn each day, between life and death.

During the Skrull invasion, the Skrulls pulled Beta Ray Bill out of the limbo he had been trapped within, and enabled a Super-Skrull to wield his mystic hammer Stormbreaker. Balder and Beta Ray Bill commanded the gods against the Skrull troops. Thor arrived, retrieved Stormbreaker, and collapsed all of Asgard itself on top of the Skrull. Thor flew to New York and joined with the gathered forces of nearly a hundred other superheroes to repel the Skrull attack. There, Thor was forced to sacrifice a fellow Avenger, the Wasp, when the Skrulls turned her into a last-resort biological weapon that would have destroyed the planet.

Loki traveled to the past, ensuring Bor, father of Odin and first king of Asgard, would perish in battle against the Frost Giants. In the present day Loki revived Bor in New York City and placed a spell on him to make him mistake everything around him for an enemy so he would attack everything in sight, including Thor. Sensing a portion of Odin's power inside what he saw as a demon, Bor attacked Thor, attempting to avenge his dead son. Thor was forced to kill Bor, fearing the entire planet would be destroyed in the wake of their battle. Loki reminded Balder that the resurrected Bor was technically king of Asgard when Thor killed him and the punishment for killing a king was banishment from Asgard. Balder was forced to agree and was made monarch in his place. After Thor's banishment, Loki made arrangements to have all Asgardians, but not Asgard itself, moved to Latveria at the invitation of Doctor Doom.

With Mjolnir badly damaged from his battle with his revived grandfather, Thor was secluded from all but his own alter ego. Loki revealed that her female body had been meant for Sif and that the transfer from his female form to his male form would probably kill Sif's host. After seeking Doctor Strange's aid in healing Mjolnir by sacrificing the portion of the Odin Force, Thor managed to save Sif by freeing her spirit. Loki was returned to his male form. They deduced that Loki and Doom were working together and confronted Doom, Loki and their brethren. In the end, Doom was teleported away by Loki. Balder declared that the Asgardians were returning to Asgard.

During The Siege of Asgard, Thor rushed to the aid of Asgard against Norman Osborn and his invading Dark Avengers. Osborn ordered the Sentry to destroy Asgard before the horrified eyes of Thor. The Sentry, then fully possessed by the Void, proceeded to pummel the heroes until Loki used the Norn Stones to empower them. Realizing that the heroes' power was coming from Loki, the Void attacked him. Loki's attempts to defend himself were unsuccessful, and he apologized to Thor before dying. Spurred on by unabridged rage, Thor and the others attacked the Void, but to no avail until Tony Stark rammed a H.A.M.M.E.R Helicarrier into their opponent at full speed, turning Void into his human form of Rob Reynolds, who begged Thor to kill him. Thor refused, saying that he would pay for his crimes in prison, and prepared to arrest him, but Robert unwillingly transformed back into the Void. Left with no other choice, Thor struck the Void with a lightning blast, leaving nothing but a charred skeleton behind. Thor then wrapped his own cape around Sentry's corpse and disposed of it by throwing it into the sun.

Balder lifted Thor's exile and appointed Thor as his adviser. Thor has since then rejoined the Avengers.

After the events of Siege, Asgard was left in ruins because of Loki's doing, but still Thor mourned for him. After fighting the Dísir and saving Hel, Thor asked Hela to speak with Loki only for Hela to tell him that her father did not dwell in Hel. In part of his deal to grant a piece of Hell for the dead, Loki had himself written out of the books of Hel, meaning his soul was out there, vulnerable to the Disir. Thor refused to believe it, knowing that his step-brother would've had something else planned.

Asgard was rebuilt, and Thor became more melancholic and saddened. Sorrowful, Thor missed his brother who had made him laugh like no other and when they were children. Against everyone's wishes, Thor went looking for Loki and found him in Paris, reborn as a child with no memories of his past or his identity. He was living as a street hustler named "Serrure" (French for lock). After chasing the boy down, Thor revealed he was his brother and a god, and that despite Loki's former villainy, Thor couldn't imagine life without him and wanted to bring him home. Though Serrure was reluctant to believe Thor, the boy finally admitted that he couldn't remember anything about his past and that even his name was fake. Crying, Serrure told Thor that he had dreams in which he had done horrible things and that he was scared that those were his memories. Thor suggested that Loki should think of his amnesia as a "gift". Convinced, Serrure grabbed Mjolnir and turned back into Loki, though powerless, without his memories, and still a youth.

When the World Eaters invaded the Nine Realms, Thor also brought Odin back to life, much to the latter exasperation who yelled at Loki, calling him a killer and an abomination responsible for Asgard's fall, scaring the boy away. Thor became angry with his father and calls him a "horrible, unlovable man" for screaming at a child who was very much the boy Odin had raised. The All-Father, in turn, angrily told Thor that he had everything with both him and Loki dead but that he "just couldn't stand the quiet".

Meanwhile, Loki had stolen Dr. Solvang's car and was caught by Iron Man. Though the boy tried to apologize Stark was about to attack him but Thor told his comrade to stop, admitting that he had indeed brought the God of Mischief back and that was all there was to say about his little brother.

Even though Loki couldn't remember his past acts and had become a child completely, the Asgardians still hated and despised him, bullying him mercilessly and even attempted to kill him. The only one who protected him was Thor, telling his brother that things would get better and that trust would come along with affection. As a result, Loki came to idolize and deeply love his older brother, doing all he could to help him and trying to become a better person than he was in his previous life.

Sometime after, Sin lifted a strange hammer in Antarctica and was transformed into Skadi. She then freed the enigmatic Serpent, who claimed to be the true All-Father of Asgard. Sensing this, Odin retreated from Midgard. Thor objected and so was beaten into submission by Odin. Odin recreated Asgard as a war world, intending to raze Midgard and defeat the Serpent once more. After escaping with Loki's help, Thor was banished back to Midgard, though not before having Mjolnir returned to him (as Odin had taken the hammer from him the moment he was beaten). After a short reunion with the Avengers he set off to Antarctica, where the Serpent had recreated his dread citadel, he confronted the Serpent but was sent to New York, where he encountered Nul and Angrir, two of the Serpent's Worthy. He managed to defeat Angrir by impaling his body with Mjolnir. Enraged by the fact that he had to hurt the Thing so badly, he attacked Nul with intense fury, and after stating that there was no way to defeat his opponent, simply removed Nul from the battle by blasting him into the upper atmosphere. He collapsed shortly after. The Avengers carried him to Asgard, where he was healed and given the Odinsword, called Ragnarok, to slay the Serpent. Arriving in Broxton, he was able to kill the Serpent, who took the form of a giant snake, but died as well, fulfilling the prophecy.

Thor's corpse was buried in Asgard. As his body burned, a shape was suddenly seen within the fire, and from the flames Tanarus was born, the loud-mouthed, boisterous God of Thunder, both new hero and longtime Avenger. Welcomed by his teammates, only Loki seemed to notice that Tanarus had not always been around. At the same time, Thor's spirit awoke and Donald Blake was separated from him somehow.

He found himself on a God Ark, facing the god-eating monster Demogorge. Loki was not affected by the spell which changed everybody's memories, and he tried to find a way to resurrect Thor, asking for the Silver Surfer's help and contacting Blake. Taking his cane, he turned it back into Mjolnir, which returned to Thor, and restored everyone's memories of him. He was able to escape from the afterlife and fight for (the now called) Asgardia from an invasion of trolls and to unmask Tanarus as a transformed Ulik.

After traveling sometime across the Nine Realms, Thor returned to Midgard to rejoin the Avengers and sided with his fellow Avengers against the mutants of Utopia and led a team of Avengers into space in order to confront the Phoenix Force and destroy it. He failed to distract the Phoenix Force which badly injured him and the expedition was forced to leave for Kree-Lar in order to prepare for a second attempt. However, he failed and instead crashed on the moon. Thor later aided the Avengers against some of the now-Phoenix-empowered X-Men until their victory over Dark Phoenix.

Following the war, Captain America selected Thor to join the Avengers Unity Division, a new team of Avengers composed of both classic Avengers and X-Men.

After discovering the corpses of long-lost gods, Thor set out to find their killer, Gorr the God Butcher. During his quest to stop Gorr from killing every god, Thor found himself in a distant future, where he encountered his older-self. With the help of this future-self and a past-self Gorr had enslaved, Thor managed to stop Gorr from activating a bomb which would've killed every god across every time and space.

After discovering that his old love Jane Foster had cancer, Thor confronted a returning Malekith, who had set out to kill every Dark Elf who wouldn't follow him. Thor found himself pitted against Roxxon in a confrontation which left the city of Broxton in ruins. While the rest of the Asgardians left Earth, Thor remained and moved his entire castle from Asgardia to Broxton so the residents of the town had a place to live.

After finding Uatu's corpse on the Moon, Thor alerted the Avengers of the Watcher's murder and helped them investigate the crime. He and several heroes were affected by Uatu's eye when it exploded, creating a blast of energy which revealed deep secrets related to those affected by it. To Thor was revealed the existence of a secret Tenth Realm, which had been at war with Asgard eons ago. Here, his secret long-lost sister still lived.

With the help of Loki, Thor opened the link between this Tenth Realm and the other Nine Realms, successfully arriving in Heven. Upon learning of his Asgardian heritage, the Angels attacked Thor, and captured him thanks to the arrival of Angela. As Loki seemingly joined forces with the Angels to attack Asgard, Thor managed to break free and confront the Queen of Angels for stealing his lost sister. Angela confronted Thor once more, but the fight was interrupted by the arrival of Odin, who had been freed from his self-imposed exile by Loki, and recognized her as his daughter. Even though Angela refused to go with the Asgardians as she had been taught to hate them her entire life, she was exiled from Heven when her true lineage was revealed. With the mystery of his lost sister solved, Thor returned to Earth to help the Avengers investigate Uatu's murder.

Later, while fighting Nick Fury and his army of Life-Model Decoys, Fury stopped Thor by whispering him that Gorr the God-Butcher was right about the gods being selfish and not caring about mortals. This caused Thor to lose his confidence about his godhood and consequently his ability to wield Mjolnir.
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Post by Sidious » Tue Dec 12, 2017 4:44 pm

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Thor Odinson:
Team Affiliation: Asgard, Avengers
F: Mn/75
A: Ex/20
S: Mn/75
E: Mn/75
R: Gd/10
I: Gd/10
P: Rm/30
Health: 245
Karma: 50
Resources: Ex/20
Popularity: 50
Powers:
Asgardian Physiology:
  • Invulnerability: Ex/20 vs physical and Ty/6 vs energy
  • Resistance – heat, cold, radiation, toxins, disease, aging: Ex/20
Equipment:
Belt of Strength: When Odinson wears this magical belt, his Strength is increased by +1CS. When removed, Odinson’s Endurance is reduced by -2CS for 24 hours. Without this belt Odinson’s strength drops to Amazing with a drop in health.

Jarnbjorn: When Odinson found himself unworthy to weild Mjolnir, he returned to using his first weapon, the axe Jarnbjorn. The axe is made of Cl 1000 material and may cut through nearly any substance. In Odinson’s hands the weapon inflicts Un/100 edged or blunt damage when held or thrown. It also returns to Odinson when thrown.

Talents: Asgardian Lore; Jarnbjorn: +1cs; Mjolnir: +2cs

Contacts: Asgardians, Gaea, Avengers

- From the Wiki: After losing the ability to wield Mjolnir, Thor took up his battle axe Jarnbjorn as a substitute. Thor was affected by the spell and later joined the evil Avengers to battle the inverted X-Men. Loki later tricked Thor into following him to the Moon. There, Loki found Mjolnir as it had been left after Thor became unworthy. Using Mjolnir, Loki became Thor and fought his half-brother until (back on Earth) a re-inversion spell was cast, and Loki became his old self once again and when his guilt for past misdeeds returned, he became unworthy as well.

On the Moon, Thor tried to claim his hammer but was once more rejected by it. Even Odin, the creator of the worthiness enchantment of Mjolnir, couldn't pick it up. During a battle against Malekith and some Frost Giants, he also lost his left arm (cut off by Malekith with Jarnbjorn), and later replaced it with a Black Uru arm prosthesis. Later, an unknown woman, who was secretly Jane Foster, proved worthy of wielding Mjolnir, and became the new Thor. After she had defeated some of the Frost Giants assembled by Malekith to raze the Earth, the original Thor arrived to retrieve his hammer. Odinson confronted her wanting to know his mother whereabouts as he suspected she had something to do with it. Enraged, Odinson attacked her and tried to take Mjolnir back as it attacked the Frost Giants that surrounded them, but it went to its new owner's hands. Sad, he accepted that he was never going to recover his hammer, and asked if she was his mother which she answered by kissing him. Then they joined forces and defeated the remaining Frost Giants. After everything has been resolved, Thor gave his name to her, attending by Odinson only. Later, when Odin tried to find out who was the new owner of Mjolnir, Odinson told his father Mjolnir belonged to the new Thor now and to leave her be, as he gave his name to her. However, Odin insisted to find out the identity of the new Thor. After that, Odinson made a list of the people that might be the new Thor and then investigated the possibilities one by one.

When the decay of the Multiverse started aggravating, the Odinson joined Sunspot's Avengers to help him find a way to stop it. Thor and the other volunteer Avengers stepped into a machine capable of transporting individuals across the Multiverse, in hopes of finding the source of its' decay.

Having acquired the Mjolnir of an alternate version of Thor whose hammer could only be lifted by the unworthy instead of the worthy, Thor unleashed it when he encountered the Black Priests, once again wielding the power he had possessed before becoming unworthy.

The Avengers traveled across numerous universes, navigating a map left by the Mapmakers. After one last jump across universes that cost Nightmask his life, the Avengers found themselves face to face with a fissure in time and space. From it, two Beyonders emerged and demanded that the heroes fall back. Upon denying their request, the Avengers faced the Beyonders. In an attempt to reprogram one of the Beyonders, Abyss and the Ex Nihili sacrificed themselves, turning the Beyonder into a tree, and after being stabbed by the second Beyonder, Star Brand used his last breath to unleash the energy within him and destroy it. Now the only surviving Avengers, the Odinson and Hyperion found themselves facing a wave of countless Beyonders.

Shortly before facing the horde of Beyonders, Odinson tried to recover Thorr's Mjolnir, which he had dropped during the previous fight. When he tried to lift it, he found himself unable to do so, meaning that he had become worthy once more. Thor laughed at this, and faced his death wielding Jarnbjorn alongside Hyperion.

When the universe was restored, so was Odinson and the rest of its inhabitants with no memory of their temporary demise. Having returned to his status of unworthiness, Odinson journeyed to the realm of Asgard after learning from the Unseen, Nick Fury's secret new identity, about the sudden appearance of a Mjolnir from an alternate reality. When he reached his native realm, Odinson discovered the City of Asgard had vanished, having being captured by the Collector, who had become interested in this second Mjolnir.

Beta Ray Bill joined Odinson to help him find Asgard, but the Odinson was captured by the Collector's forces. Over the following months, Odinson attempted numerous times to escape and claim Mjolnir to no avail. In his final escape attempt, Thor was assisted by Beta Ray Bill, who had managed to track down his friend, and Thori, one of Collector's prisoners.

However, Odinson's obsession of retrieving the hammer caused him to slip into the Warrior's Madness, making him attack and knocked out Bill. Odinson, in turn, was knocked out by Proxima Midnight, Black Swan, and a cloaked individual (secretly the Asgardian death god Hela), who had all been sent by Thanos to retrieve the hammer so Hela could present it to Thanos as a tribute. After Odinson and Bill came to, they fought off the Collector's minions as they made their way toward the City of Asgard. When they arrived in the city, they found the Collector fighting Thanos' minions for the hammer. Odinson and Bill chose to also enter the fray. Thor managed to make his way toward the hammer and prepared to lift it but decided to leave it alone believing it was never his hammer to wield.

Odinson then used the hammer's teleportation function to transport himself, his allies, the Collector's captive creatures Thori freed, and the entire City of Asgard away from the Collector's ship and back to the Asgard-realm. Odinson later told Bill that the reason he didn't lift the hammer was that he felt unworthy to wield it as he thought all gods like themselves were selfish creatures, a consequence from his fight with Gorr the God-Butcher. Bill assured Odinson that he proved himself to be the exception.

At the time when the Asgardians were competing against the Shi'ar Gods, Odinson returned even when the Phoenix Force was unleashed.

At the time when Hydra rose to power, Odinson became a member of Hydra's Avengers. It is the analysis of the Ultron/Hank Pym that confirmed that Odinson is a member of the group so that Captain America can help him reclaim Mjolnir. However, Odinson had deep regret for his alliance with Hydra and often had doubts if he was doing the right thing or not. He was also confused as to how the evil Steve Rogers was able to wield Mjolnir. This was seen during Hydra's attack on the rebellious Underground and its hideout the Mount when Odinson chose to let the Underground escape instead of attacking it. During the final battle between Hydra and the Underground, Odinson finally grew tired of standing by and allowing Hydra to commit atrocities after witnessing his friends in peril. He turned on Hydra and joined the Underground's side while knocking Kraken and a few Hydra soldiers aside.

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Ultimate Mjolnir: After the event known as “Time runs out” and “Secret Wars” the Mjolnir of Thor from Earth 1610 has found its way to Earth 616. Earth 1610 was destroyed during the “Time Runs Out” event, Mjolnir may be the last remanent of that universe. Since Odinson is unable to weild his original hammer, he has been on a quest to obtain this one. Its Abilities are:
  • Damage: The hammer may do up to Unearthly (100) edged or blunt damage
  • Automatic Return: When thrown the hammer will return to the weilders hand.
  • Flight: Am/50 airspeed.
  • Weather Control: Unearthly control, including producing Monstrous intensity lightning bolts. Thor can shoot lightning bolts from Mjolnir without having to summon a storm.
  • Air Control: Create winds of up to Monstrous intensity. This air control can be used to provide Monstrous protection from projectiles to everyone within 1 area. The air control ability can also be used to carry others with her in flight with Incredible (40) speed.
  • Teleportation: CL 1000, Mjolnir can transport its wielder and anyone within 5 ares to any spot on Earth.
  • Mind Reading: The hammer allows the wielder to read the surface thoughts of those around them.
- From the Wiki: In the Ultimate Universe Thor has multiple hammers which carry the name Mjolnir, and he can wield whichever he deems fit. His original hammer was forged by Odin and carried with it a piece of Asgard so that even if Ragnarök ever took place, Asgard could be reborn. This hammer shares the same powers as the classic version of the hammer, but can also teleport objects and people of a vast quantity and does not have the worthiness restriction, allowing anyone to use it. When Ragnarök inevitably occurred, Thor was reborn on Earth as a human being named Thorlief Goleman and eventually worked for the E.D.I. as a test subject for their Bio-Mech Suit, which came with an axe-hammer hybrid. At Thor's suggestion, the hammer actually housed the battery which powers the suit. Thor became a super-powered humanitarian, using the suit as his source of his powers since he was no longer a god. Through Loki's deceit, Thor was stripped of the harness and hammer, rendering him powerless. Odin was eventually reborn, and thus Thor would regain his godhood. Odin then gave Thor a second version of Mjolnir that resembled the Earth-made axe-hammer.

During a brief battle with with an Alternate Universe, Mjolnir was taken by Hyperion and used against Thor. Hyperion, thinking Thor beaten, simply dropped the hammer as he no longer needed it.

Thor eventually went back to wielding his original Asgardian hammer. After the Ultimates battled Ultron and Magneto, Thor lost his hammer to Magneto, who was able to manipulate it because iron was used in its construction. Magneto then wielded it as a sign of power while he caused a flood which killed many inhabitants of New York. Thor sacrificed himself to Valhalla in order to save the life of Valkyrie. When the remaining heroes defeated and killed Magneto, Valkyrie became the new wielder of Mjolnir. Eventually the Defenders managed to steal it from her and deliver it to their master, Loki. Loki then used Mjolnir to transport his Troll Army from Asgard to New York in a plot to bring Thor back from Valhalla. Thor inevitably returned when Loki murdered Valkyrie, and she took his place in Valhalla. Thor once again wielded Mjolnir and the heroes were able to defeat Loki.

Shortly thereafter, Gregory Stark attempted to cause unrest in Korea. When he was confronted by the Ultimates, he managed to take Mjolnir from Thor and use it to subdue him as well as Captain America, before slamming the ground with it causing a massive shock wave which stunned everyone within range. Thor managed to regain Mjolnir and killed Gregory with a lightning bolt.

When the Children of Tomorrow slaughtered the Asgardians and initiated a second Ragnarök, Thor hid his son Modi, in the Room with No Doors along with Mjolnir, in hopes that his son may one day emerge and restore Asgard to its former glory.

With Yggdrasil drained of the Odinforce, Thor has become mortal again. When Tony Stark returned an enhanced version of Thor's former power harness, he once again wielded a similar Axe-Hammer that was given to him by the E.D.I. This newest version of Mjolnir is "fully compatible with all Iron Man power sources". Though the hammer shares all the powers of his magical hammer, Thor still feels like he has become less than what he was.

Thor's son Modi, corrupted by the World Tree returned to earth with the Uru Mjolnir in a quest to establish his kingdom on Earth. When Thor slew his son in combat, the Thunder god continued to use the Stark Model of Mjolnir as well as the linking bio-suit.

After the death and rebirth of Earth-616, an Earth-1610 Mjolnir appeared in the Realm of Asgard and landed in ruined City of Asgard. After learning about the Mjolnir from the Unseen, Thor of Earth-616 went to Asgard in an attempt to retrieve it after becoming unworthy of wielding his reality's Mjolnir. However, Thor was captured by the Collector and brought aboard his ship. The Collector told Thor that he wanted to wield the Mjolnir, but it had killed anyone who attempted to lift it with the exception of the Collector himself, though the Collector was still unable to budge it. This had forced the Collector to take the entire City of Asgard in order to bring the hammer with him. Thor and the Collector weren't the only ones after the hammer, though. The Mad Titan Thanos sent his minions Proxima Midnight and Black Swan to help a unknown cloaked individual retrieve the hammer as a tribute in order to curry Thanos' favor.

A fight eventually ensued between the three sides over the future ownership of the hammer. Thor ended the feud when he activated the hammer's teleportation power to transport himself, the City of Asgard, and his allies away. Feeling unworthy of the hammer, Thor chose to leave the hammer in the City of Asgard so no other villain could abuse its power. Days later, Volstagg appeared and claimed the hammer for himself, proclaiming that the Nine Realms needed a new kind of Thor and he would become that Thor, namely the War Thor.

The hammer gave Volstagg incredible power, but it also caused him to become uncontrollable with rage and lashed out at anyone he perceived as an enemy, even allies and innocent civilians. Thor (Jane Foster) eventually convinced Volstagg to let go of his anger and give up being the War Thor. Volstagg gave up the hammer, and the Odinson ordered the hammer to return to the Old City of Asgard where it belonged. The hammer obeyed and went back to Old Asgard in the Asgard-realm.

Odinson left his goat Toothgnasher in charge of guarding the hammer so it didn't corrupt anyone else. The hammer later changed its mind about being separated from Volstagg and made its way to Asgardia where Volstagg was. It was once again able to tempt Volstagg with its power, transforming him back into the War Thor. Volstagg flew off with the hammer and traveled through the Ten Realms while wondering what his next move should be. After being ambushed by Toothgnasher, Volstagg landed in the old city of Asgard and almost came to blows with Toothgnasher, but they unexpectedly encountered the monster Mangog. Mangog killed Toothgnasher and proclaimed that he would bring the ultimate judgment upon the Asgardians. Volstagg refused to let that happen and prepared to do battle with Mangog.

Volstagg was no match for Mangog, though, and was brutally beaten down. Then Mangog destroyed the Mjolnir of the Ultimate Universe.
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Thor II:
Eric Masterson
Team Affiliation: Avengers
F: Mn/75
A: Ex/20
S: Mn/75
E: Mn/75
R: Ex/20
I: Ex/20
P: Gd/10
Health: 245
Karma: 50
Resources: Ex/20
Popularity: 50
Powers:
Asgardian Physiology:
  • Invulnerability: Ex/20 vs physical and Ty/6 vs energy
  • Resistance – heat, cold, radiation, toxins, disease, aging: Ex/20
Equipment:
Mjolnir: Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, is made of Uru, a mystical metal of CL 1000 Material. Thor's Fighting rank is Shift Y while using the hammer. The hammer does Unearthly Blunt damage, and Thor can throw Mjolnir up to 10 areas. No one can forcibly take the hammer away from Thor, unless he wishes it. Thor can do the following Power Stunts while using Mjolnir:
  • Alter Ego: Striking Mjolnir on the ground, or a hard surface, transforms Thor into his current mortal form. If Thor is kept away from the hammer for over one minute, he automatically reverts back to his mortal form. While he is in his mortal form, Mjolnir looks like a simple wooden cane. Striking the wooden cane against a hard surface reverts Thor back to his immortal form. Presently Eric Masterson is his human host:
    • F: Ty A: Pr S: Ty E: Gd R: Ex I: Ex P: Gd Health: 26 Karma: 50
  • Automatic Return: When thrown, whether it hits or not, Mjolnir flies back to the spot from where it was thrown.
  • Dimension Travel: Unearthly (100) rank power to travel between Earth and Asgard. Mjolnir can also open an aperture to a special pocket dimension where Thor keeps his battle armor and his Belt of Might. Thor can also place his hammer in the pocket dimension, and have it return to him at the beginning of the next round, as long as he hasn't moved more than 2 areas away from where he originally opened the dimensional aperture.
  • Dimensional Rift: By focusing all of Mjolnir's energy, Thor can create a rift in the fabric of the universe, breaking the barriers between dimensions. Anyone or anything caught nearby will be forced into the rift by a Shift Z (500) energy backlash. Thor can determine into which dimension the victims arrive in. This power costs Thor all his remaining Karma points.
  • Flight: Amazing (50) air speed. Thor does this by spinning the hammer around and then throwing it. As it takes off, he grabs hold of the hammer's leather thong and rides behind the hammer.
  • Deflection: Remarkable (30) protection against physical, energy, and magical attacks. Thor does this by spinning the hammer in front of himself.
  • Weather Control: Unearthly (100) control, including producing Monstrous intensity lightning bolts. Thor can shoot lightning bolts from Mjolnir without having to summon a storm.
  • Air Control: Create winds of up to Monstrous (75) intensity. This air control can be used to provide Monstrous (75) protection from projectiles to everyone within 1 area. The air control ability can also be used to carry others with him in flight with Incredible (40) speed.
  • Worthiness: Only a pure and noble person is able to pickup Mjolnir and use it. This person must have at least Excellent (20) Strength. A machine of Remarkable (30) Strength can pick up Mjolnir, but it cannot use it. So far, only Odin, Thor, Captain America, Dargo, and Beta Ray Bill have been able to pick up the hammer.
  • Unfettered Might: This special attack does Shift Y (200) damage and surrounds Mjolnir with a blazing blue aura. If Thor is wearing his Belt of Strength, damage is increased to Shift Z (500). unless he is wearing his special gauntlets, Thor suffers Incredible (40) damage when he uses this attack. This attack causes Thor to lose one-half of his Karma points.
  • Power Absorption/Reflection: Mjolnir can absorb energy and visual psychic attacks up to CL 1000 intensity. Thor must then release the energy from Mjolnir the next round. He can release it in any direction he wants. He may also reflect the energy back to its source with Excellent (20) Agility.
  • Light Emission: When calling forth lightning, or on command, Mjolnir can release a blinding burst of light of Incredible (40) intensity.
  • Magic Detection: This detection power senses the use of Asgardian magic with Good (10) Intensity.
  • Life Force Drain: Thor can draw out the life force of an Asgardian god, utterly destroying that immortal. This power drains Thor of all his remaining Karm a points, and he loses all his Health points except for 10.
Talents: Aechitecture; Engineering; Weapons Specialist: Mjolnir

Contacts: Avengers, Hercules

- From the Wiki: Eric Masterson was working as an architect in New York when he befriended a construction worker called Sigurd Jarlson. He had a son with his wife Marcy Masterson named Kevin, but the two later divorced. The construction site he was working at was attacked by Mongoose, but Spider-Man arrived and drove him away. However, during the fight, Masterson was injured by a falling girder, but Sigurd, who was revealed to be Thor, rushed him to the hospital. Eric was alive but injured and was now on crutches. Sigurd and Jerry meet up with Eric and tag along on a construction bid, but the plant is attacked by Quicksand. Thor was able to transport the plant to a dead world before it could explode. He returned to work with Sigurd and Jerry.

Quicksand and Mongoose attacked again, and Brute Benhurst is given the Bloodaxe, transforming him into the new Executioner. Thor battles this new warrior, but realizes that it’s not really Skurge when he backhands young Kevin. Thor unleashes his full might, and defeated him. Mongoose kidnapped Eric to draw Thor out. Thor sensed the trouble through the bond he shared with Kevin’s toy hammer. Odin then sent a Negative Zone Portal. When he arrives at Eric’s apartment, he is given one word to go on; "Wundagore". Moongoose's master was revealed to be Count Tagar who wanted Thor to bring Hercules and the High Evolutionary back from the Black Galaxy. Thor agreed to help and Eric accompanied him.

In the Black Galaxy they battled strange organisms that Thor recognizes as existing inside the Celestial he fought. They make their way to the Null Bomb the Colonizers sent to destroy the Black Galaxy, and Thor redirected the blast. On top of the mountain summit, they discover another Celestial along with Hercules and the High Evolutionary trapped inside strange containers. A surge of energy builds and they are all witnesses to the birth of a new Celestial. The Celestial sends them all away, restoring everyone in the process.

They returned home, but they are attacked by Mongoose, Eric lifts Mjolnir, but receives a fatal blast before he can strike. Hercules managed to drive Mongoose off and Thor pleads to Odin to spare Eric. Odin then merged the two, while each retains their unique personalities. Now bonded as one they battled Doctor Doom. They faced Juggernaut and Ulik.

Being merged with Thor was ruining Eric's life he lost his client and his personal life is falling apart. Marcy was determined to reclaim full custody of Kevin at any cost. Eric returned home to find Hercules under the Dweller’s control and Susan Austin his assistant about to be drained. The Dweller commands Hercules to defend him and hurls Eric over the balcony. He turned into Thor and helped free his friend. But when they returned to the apartment in was trashed and child services was there. Due to the fight he was not able to pick Kevin up from School co Marcy did and made sure CPS would know about it. He battled the Wrecking Crew with Hercules with hopes of his friend gaining his confidence back.

Stellaris came to Earth looking for after the Replicoid, wanting vengeance against the Celestials. Thor and the Avengers fight her off, but not before she kills the Replicoid. Stellaris then sets out after another, reading of Celestial energy – Hercules. Hercules is alone watching Kevin, while Susan and Sam go to meet with Marcy’s lawyers. Hercules defeated Stellaris, but Eric came to a monumental decision; he will relinquish custody of his son Kevin to Marcy for his own welfare. Thor and Hercules travel to the Black Galaxy to find the High Evolutionary. Thor battles Nobilus, who was set free by Stellaris. During the battle, a massive blast causes Eric to be split from Thor. The galaxy became a Celestial. They returned to Asgard after being warned by Sif. They find Surtur and Ymir locked in combat. To defeat them, Thor must retrieve Twilight from the Sea of Eternal Night.Thor becomes trapped, and Eric makes a fateful sacrifice. He bridges Thor and Mjolnir, and is re-merged with Thor. Thor lights Twilight in the Eternal Flame which causes Odin's control over Surtur to vanish. Surtur and Ymir fight over Twilight, and while they are distracted, Thor transports them both into the Sea of Eternal Night. Back on Earth; Eric and Jackie Lukus go on a date, making Susan jealous. He then had to face Excalibur, who was tricked into thinking he was Juggernaut. With the real one captured, Eric was confronted by Susan and Jerry, who reveal they know his secret. Jerry and Susan think Eric has a drinking problem. Loki manipulated things to bring Thor, Ghost Rider, and the Wrecking Crew together. Loki wants to reclaim the Asgardian energy from the Wrecking Crew. Leena consoles Susan and tells her how to win Eric. Loki steals the energy from everyone but Wrecker.

Enchantress kidnapped Kevin and brings him to Loki, and he has finished draining the last of the Asgardian sorcery from the Wrecker. Thor battles his way through Ulik and confronts Loki. Amora decides she wants no further part of Loki’s plan. Loki demands Thor relinquish his hammer or he will kill Kevin. Thor battled Loki for the life of Kevin. Code: Blue managed to get Kevin to safety, and Thor beats Loki. The Enchantress doesn’t want any witnesses, and Susan can identify her. Out of spite, Loki sends a mystic blast towards Marcy and Kevin, but Amora causes Susan to dive in front of it, saving them and sacrificing herself. Thor feels that there is no more choice. He begins the ancient ritual, and using his lifeforce, kills Loki. For breaking Odin’s sacred law, Thor is banished for all eternity. But Thor pleads to not leave Earth defenseless and to spare Eric. So Heimdall causes Eric to become the new Thor with all of Thor's powers, but Eric's mind. Eric as the new "Thor" battled Ulik but was easily beaten. However he returned and fought like himself, instead of trying to fight like the original Thor, and is victorious. Susan still has not woken up and is visited by Eric, and then Leena comes in and whispers to her that she may continue to live as long as she is not a threat. Eric was uneasy in the role, finding it difficult to convince his teammates that he was the same Thor that had accompanied them on previous missions. He eventually admitted the truth.

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Thor III:
Dargo Ktor
Team Affiliation: Thor Corps
F: Am/50
A: Rm/30
S: Mn/75
E: Mn/75
R: Ex/20
I: Gd/10
P: Ex/20
Health: 230
Karma: 50
Resources: Ex/20
Popularity: 50
Powers:
Asgardian Physiology:
  • Invulnerability: Ex/20 vs physical and Ty/6 vs energy
  • Resistance – heat, cold, radiation, toxins, disease, aging: Ex/20
Equipment:
Mjolnir: Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, is made of Uru, a mystical metal of CL 1000 Material. Thor's Fighting rank is Shift Y while using the hammer. The hammer does Unearthly Blunt damage, and Thor can throw Mjolnir up to 10 areas. No one can forcibly take the hammer away from Thor, unless he wishes it. Thor can do the following Power Stunts while using Mjolnir:
  • Alter Ego: Striking Mjolnir on the ground, or a hard surface, transforms Thor into his current mortal form. If Thor is kept away from the hammer for over one minute, he automatically reverts back to his mortal form. While he is in his mortal form, Mjolnir looks like a simple wooden cane. Striking the wooden cane against a hard surface reverts Thor back to his immortal form. Presently Dargo Kator is his human host:
    • F: Ty A: Gd S: Ty E: Gd R: Ex I: Gd P: Ex Health: 32 Karma: 50
  • Automatic Return: When thrown, whether it hits or not, Mjolnir flies back to the spot from where it was thrown.
  • Dimension Travel: Unearthly (100) rank power to travel between Earth and Asgard. Mjolnir can also open an aperture to a special pocket dimension where Thor keeps his battle armor and his Belt of Might. Thor can also place his hammer in the pocket dimension, and have it return to him at the beginning of the next round, as long as he hasn't moved more than 2 areas away from where he originally opened the dimensional aperture.
  • Dimensional Rift: By focusing all of Mjolnir's energy, Thor can create a rift in the fabric of the universe, breaking the barriers between dimensions. Anyone or anything caught nearby will be forced into the rift by a Shift Z (500) energy backlash. Thor can determine into which dimension the victims arrive in. This power costs Thor all his remaining Karma points.
  • Flight: Amazing (50) air speed. Thor does this by spinning the hammer around and then throwing it. As it takes off, he grabs hold of the hammer's leather thong and rides behind the hammer.
  • Deflection: Remarkable (30) protection against physical, energy, and magical attacks. Thor does this by spinning the hammer in front of himself.
  • Weather Control: Unearthly (100) control, including producing Monstrous intensity lightning bolts. Thor can shoot lightning bolts from Mjolnir without having to summon a storm.
  • Air Control: Create winds of up to Monstrous (75) intensity. This air control can be used to provide Monstrous (75) protection from projectiles to everyone within 1 area. The air control ability can also be used to carry others with him in flight with Incredible (40) speed.
  • Worthiness: Only a pure and noble person is able to pickup Mjolnir and use it. This person must have at least Excellent (20) Strength. A machine of Remarkable (30) Strength can pick up Mjolnir, but it cannot use it. So far, only Odin, Thor, Captain America, Dargo, and Beta Ray Bill have been able to pick up the hammer.
  • Unfettered Might: This special attack does Shift Y (200) damage and surrounds Mjolnir with a blazing blue aura. If Thor is wearing his Belt of Strength, damage is increased to Shift Z (500). unless he is wearing his special gauntlets, Thor suffers Incredible (40) damage when he uses this attack. This attack causes Thor to lose one-half of his Karma points.
  • Power Absorption/Reflection: Mjolnir can absorb energy and visual psychic attacks up to CL 1000 intensity. Thor must then release the energy from Mjolnir the next round. He can release it in any direction he wants. He may also reflect the energy back to its source with Excellent (20) Agility.
  • Light Emission: When calling forth lightning, or on command, Mjolnir can release a blinding burst of light of Incredible (40) intensity.
  • Magic Detection: This detection power senses the use of Asgardian magic with Good (10) Intensity.
  • Life Force Drain: Thor can draw out the life force of an Asgardian god, utterly destroying that immortal. This power drains Thor of all his remaining Karm a points, and he loses all his Health points except for 10.
Talents: Weapons Specialist: Mjolnir

Contacts: Thor Corps

- From the Wiki: Dargo Ktor grew up on a future Earth dominated by the oppressive Corp; after the discovery of Thor's hammer Mjolnir embedded in some rock, some of the populace, the Cult of the Hammer, drew hope from the belief that one of them might prove worthy to lift it, and thus gain Thor's power. Though Dargo was skeptical, feeling the people should depend on themselves and not an old legend to gain their freedom, he and his girlfriend Salla still attended a secret ceremony on September 4th, 2587 AD where cultists tried to pick up Mjolnir. Having noticed the cult, and wishing to prevent them from restoring his extra-dimensionally exiled step-brother, Loki allied himself with the Corp and sent minions to attack the meeting; during the assault Dargo grabbed Mjolnir and, judged worthy, was transformed into an avatar of Thor. When even his rock troll Tyrus the Terrible proved unable to defeat Dargo, an angry Loki destroyed Corp Central out of pique, ending their rule. Sensing Mjolnir being pulled towards the true Thor, Dargo sent it to him through a dimensional portal.

Some time later, for reasons unknown to Dargo, Mjolnir returned to him, and he resumed being Thor, battling the likes of Demonstaff and briefly being used as a pawn against Earth-616's Fantastic Four by Zarrko the Tomorrow Man. Dargo and Salla had married by April 2591, when Dargo encountered Earth-691's time-traveling Guardians of the Galaxy and helped them defeat the Korvac-empowered Varley. A few months later, in September of that same year, he was duped by Zarrko into traveling back in time to Earth-616 to attack Eric Masterson, then Thor's modern-day avatar, whom Zarrko claimed had stolen Thor's hammer and thus been responsible for it being lost until Dargo's era; Dargo fought both Eric and Stellaris before Beta Ray Bill, another "Thor" intervened, and convinced Dargo of Zarrko's deception. Zarrko intended to siphon the combined energy from Eric and Dargo's hammers to power his Radical Time Stabilizer and collapse the multiverse into a single timeline, but together the Thors overcame Zarrko and his time-displaced allies, the Cobra, Demonstaff, the Executioner, Grey Gargoyle, Loki, Mercurio, Shatterfist, Tyros and Uroc, before Dargo returned to his own timeline.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: The T's. Tarantula, Tempest, Terra, Thing!!

Post by Woodclaw » Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:20 pm

Goldar wrote:
Tue Dec 12, 2017 12:11 pm
I love that Superwoman pic with the gold bracelets.

Was that from a cartoon?
No it's from a DA artist, whose name escapes me at the moment.
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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: The T's. Tarantula, Tempest, Terra, Thing!!

Post by Sidious » Tue Dec 12, 2017 5:25 pm

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Thor IV:
Jane Foster
Team Affiliation: Avengers
F: Mn/75
A: Ex/20
S: Un/100
E: Mn/75
R: Ex/20
I: Gd/10
P: Ex/20
Health: 270
Karma: 50
Resources: Ex/20
Popularity: 50
Powers:
Asgardian Physiology:
  • Invulnerability: Ex/20 vs physical and Ty/6 vs energy
  • Resistance – heat, cold, radiation, toxins, disease, aging: Ex/20
Equipment:
Mjolnir: Thor's hammer, Mjolnir, is made of Uru, a mystical metal of CL 1000 Material. Thor's Fighting rank is Shift X while using the hammer. The hammer does Unearthly Blunt damage, and Thor can throw Mjolnir up to 10 areas. No one can forcibly take the hammer away from Thor, unless she wishes it. Thor can do the following Power Stunts while using Mjolnir:
  • Alter Ego: Striking Mjolnir on the ground, or a hard surface, transforms Thor into her current mortal form. If Thor is kept away from the hammer for over one minute, she automatically reverts back to her mortal form. While she is in her mortal form, Mjolnir looks like a simple wooden cane. Striking the wooden cane against a hard surface reverts Thor back to her immortal form. Presently Jane Foster has the power of Thor:
    • F: Pr A: Fe S: Pr E: Pr R: Ex I: Gd P: Ex Health: 14 Karma: 50
  • Automatic Return: When thrown, whether it hits or not, Mjolnir flies back to the spot from where it was thrown.
  • Dimension Travel: Unearthly (100) rank power to travel between Earth and Asgard. Mjolnir can also open an aperture to a special pocket dimension where Thor keeps his battle armor and his Belt of Might. Thor can also place his hammer in the pocket dimension, and have it return to him at the beginning of the next round, as long as he hasn't moved more than 2 areas away from where he originally opened the dimensional aperture.
  • Dimensional Rift: By focusing all of Mjolnir's energy, Thor can create a rift in the fabric of the universe, breaking the barriers between dimensions. Anyone or anything caught nearby will be forced into the rift by a Shift Z (500) energy backlash. Thor can determine into which dimension the victims arrive in. This power costs Thor all his remaining Karma points.
  • Flight: Amazing (50) air speed. Thor does this by spinning the hammer around and then throwing it. As it takes off, he grabs hold of the hammer's leather thong and rides behind the hammer.
  • Deflection: Remarkable (30) protection against physical, energy, and magical attacks. Thor does this by spinning the hammer in front of himself.
  • Weather Control: Unearthly (100) control, including producing Monstrous intensity lightning bolts. Thor can shoot lightning bolts from Mjolnir without having to summon a storm.
  • Air Control: Create winds of up to Monstrous (75) intensity. This air control can be used to provide Monstrous (75) protection from projectiles to everyone within 1 area. The air control ability can also be used to carry others with him in flight with Incredible (40) speed.
  • Worthiness: Only a pure and noble person is able to pickup Mjolnir and use it. This person must have at least Excellent (20) Strength. A machine of Remarkable (30) Strength can pick up Mjolnir, but it cannot use it. So far, only Odin, Thor, Captain America, Dargo, and Beta Ray Bill have been able to pick up the hammer.
  • Unfettered Might: This special attack does Shift Y (200) damage and surrounds Mjolnir with a blazing blue aura. If Thor is wearing his Belt of Strength, damage is increased to Shift Z (500). unless he is wearing his special gauntlets, Thor suffers Incredible (40) damage when he uses this attack. This attack causes Thor to lose one-half of his Karma points.
  • Power Absorption/Reflection: Mjolnir can absorb energy and visual psychic attacks up to CL 1000 intensity. Thor must then release the energy from Mjolnir the next round. He can release it in any direction he wants. He may also reflect the energy back to its source with Excellent (20) Agility.
  • Light Emission: When calling forth lightning, or on command, Mjolnir can release a blinding burst of light of Incredible (40) intensity.
  • Magic Detection: This detection power senses the use of Asgardian magic with Good (10) Intensity.
  • Life Force Drain: Thor can draw out the life force of an Asgardian god, utterly destroying that immortal. This power drains Thor of all his remaining Karm a points, and he loses all his Health points except for 10.
Talents: Asgardian Lore; Medicine; Weapons Specialist: Mjolnir

Contacts: Avengers

- From the Wiki: Jane Foster's mother died of cancer when she was nine years old. Following this tragedy, her father, a plumber, worked two jobs in order for her to go through medical school, exhausting himself. Nevertheless, he managed to give Jane a good childhood, never missing a softball game, forgetting a birthday or failing to encourage her in any thing she could set her mind to.

She became a nurse hired by Dr. Donald Blake to assist him in his private medical practice. Actually, the crippled Dr. Donald Blake was the human identity used for many years by the Asgardian god, Thor. Jane and Blake traveled to San Diablo during a civil war between a communist faction and a democratic faction. Because of the fighting, there was a shortage of medical help in San Diablo, and several American doctors interceded. They battled the Executioner who tried to destroy the medical supplies. Thor was able to stop him and they helped the people of San Diablo. Blake fell deeply in love with Foster, who was unaware of his dual-identity. She was infatuated with Thor, whom she had not yet met in his godly identity, but took a protective attitude toward him, worrying about his health and frailty. She would regularly gush over Thor's exploits, much to Blake's annoyance, causing him to wonder if Jane would ever love a normal man like him.

Loki, taking on the guise of an old man, entered Donald Blake's doctors office and hypnotized Jane and gave her secret commands. He then entered Donald's office, and when Don reported for work, he found Loki waiting for him and changed into Thor. Loki challenged the Thunder God to a contest in Central Park, a challenge that Thor accepted before Loki left. Changing back into Donald Blake he told Jane that he was leaving for the afternoon, unaware that Jane was about to enact Loki's hypnotic suggestions upon his departure. At Central Park, as Thor battled Loki, he was unaware that Jane was still under Loki's thrall and wandering in the area. Loki then transformed a tree into a tiger which he set upon Jane, and turned the Thunder God's attention to Jane's situation. Thor had two options: grab his returning hammer, Mjolnir, or save Jane. With no choice, Thor chose the latter, and after dealing with the mystical tiger, he reverted back into Blake. When Blake attempted to recover his weapon, Loki put a magical force field around it, preventing Blake from changing back into Thor. With his enemy apparently defeated, Loki transformed into a bird and flew away, planning to conquer the Earth. Blake revived Jane and took her back home; meanwhile Loki used his magic to terrorize the people of New York City. Jane later witnessed Thor's return and the defeat of Loki.

Jane and Donald were kidnapped by Thug Thatcher, but Blake escaped and became Thor. Blake contemplated revealing his true identity as Thor to Jane in the hopes of winning her love. However, right when he was about to tell her, Odin contacted Thor telepathically and warned him against doing so. One normal day as Jane left Dr Blake's office for an errand, she passed a wounded jewel thief and his two partners. They entered Blake's office and demanded treatment. Distracting them, Blake tapped his cane and transformed into Thor. Strapping the criminals to an operating table with surgical tape, he attached it to his magic hammer and "threw" the criminals to the police station. Dr. Blake prepared to use a rubber hammer on a patient's knee. As Jane assured the patient Dr. Blake was skilled with using a mallet, Blake thought to himself that she does not know the half of it.

Although Foster was strongly attracted to Dr. Blake, she left his medical practice and began working for a Doctor Bruce Andrews when Blake did not try and rescue her during the Lava Man's attack on the city. However, she later returned after the Cobra attacked and Bruce submitted to him and she felt he was a coward.

Don Blake was next approached by discredited scientist Calvin Zabo for a job. When Blake refused to hire him, Zabo began experimenting on himself, creating a serum that transformed him into a monstrous form. Calling himself Mister Hyde, Zabo sought to revenge against Blake. Meanwhile, Thor continued to petition Odin to allow him to marry Jane Foster, to no avail. However Odin told Thor that should Jane prove herself to be brave, he would make her an immortal. When Mr. Hyde attacked Blake's office, Thor was there to stop him. In response, Hyde began committing robberies disguised as Thor.

Afterward, Blake decided to reveal his dual-identity to Foster, but his father, Odin, monarch of Asgard, appeared to him and forbade him to reveal this secret to any mortal. Even though Odin tried for a long time to quash the romance between the two, he ordered her life to be saved when she lay dying after an explosion caused by a battle between Thor and Mister Hyde and Cobra.

Foster truly loved Blake, and one day she told him angrily that she would not wait forever for him to declare his love to her. Thor intended to marry Foster, but then Odin forbade him to marry her on the grounds that she was a mortal, not a goddess. Thor later asked Odin to reconsider the issue, and Odin relented, saying that Thor could marry her if she proved herself worthy. The superhuman criminal Mister Hyde, seeking vengeance against Blake, captured both him and Foster, and made Blake a prisoner in a room with a bomb. Blake escaped and, as Thor, battled Hyde; but Foster, fearing that only Hyde could save Blake's life by deactivating the bomb, helped Hyde to escape. Outraged by this seeming betrayal against his son, Odin rejected Thor's petition to marry Foster. Foster was menaced repeatedly by enemies of Thor who either knew he was Blake, or knew there was some connection between Thor and Blake. Such assailants included Hyde and his partner, the Cobra; his bitter foster-brother Loki; and the Enchantress and her partner, the original Executioner; as well as the journalist Harris Hobbs. As Thor rescued her from these many perils over time, Foster fell deeply in love with him.

Finally, Thor defied Odin and revealed his dual-identity to Foster. Foster left America and took a position with a man who proved to be the High Evolutionary. Thor followed her to the High Evolutionary's citadel at Wundagore Mountain, where they were reunited. Again petitioning Odin to let him marry Foster, Thor brought her to Asgard itself, a place forbidden to mortals. Odin agreed to let them marry if Foster proved herself capable of functioning as an Asgardian goddess. Odin then physically transformed Foster into an Asgardian, granting her superhuman powers. As Odin must have expected, Foster was confused and bewildered by her new abilities and by Asgard itself. Declaring that Foster had failed his test, Odin turned her back into a mortal woman, sent her back to Earth, and removed her memories of her experiences with Thor. Odin sent Foster to work for the physician Dr. Keith Kincaid, and the two soon fell in love with each other.

As for Thor, Odin saw to it that he was reunited the Asgardian goddess Sif, whom he had loved in the past, and their romance was quickly rekindled. Years later, Foster fell ill and, lying close to death, called out to Thor in her delirium. Sif stole the enchanted Runestaff of Kamo Tharnn, the Elder of the Universe known as the Possessor, and used it to infuse her own life-force into Foster, thereby saving her life. Sif vanished, and Foster recovered, also regaining full possession of her lost memories of Thor. The love between Thor and Foster revived, but soon she was captured by trolls under the leadership of Thor's enemy Ulik. To Thor's surprise, Foster succeeded in capturing the troll king, Geirrodur, with his own spear; Thor himself defeated Ulik.

Thereafter, Foster insisted on accompanying Thor on various exploits, traveling with him to the dimension of the god of Heliopolis, to the alternate future Earth ruled by the Tomorrow Man, and to the war-torn nation of Costa Verde. (Thor attributed Foster's new liking for adventure and fighting spirit to the presence of Sif's spirit within her, although it is possible that Foster's personality had simply evolved this way on its own.) After some time, Foster finally insisted on accompanying Thor to Asgard. There, the Asgardian Grand Vizier presented her with Sif's sword and when she struck it against a wall, she was seemingly transformed into Sif. The Vizier theorized that Foster and Sif had become one being, and that Sif would be dominant in Asgard, and Foster on Earth.

Yet when Sif returned to Earth many months later, she did not transform into Foster.

Eventually, Dr. Kincaid launched an investigation into the whereabouts of Foster, whom he had not seen since her hospitalization. Thor revealed his dual-identity to Kincaid and explained what had happened to Foster. Thor and Sif took Kincaid with them on a journey to the world of Kamo Tharnn. It turned out that when Sif infused Foster with her life-force, Sif's own spirit and body had actually passed through the Runestaff and into another dimension. When Sif reappeared in Asgard, Foster took her place in the other dimension entered through the Runestaff. But when Kamo Tharnn somehow absorbed the denizens of the latter world into his own body, Sif and Thor used the Runestaff to release the beings trapped within the Possessor, including Foster. Thor and Sif brought Foster and Kincaid back to Earth, and Foster and Kincaid were married almost immediately afterward.

Since then, Thor has saved Foster's life from the creature called the Zaniac. Foster has given birth to her first child, a boy named Jimmy. The world at large remains unaware of Foster's past relationship with Thor, although a few enterprising individuals have learned of their connection.

Jane eventually became a doctor, and working alongside Thor in New York when the Odinson was secretly using the body of EMT Jake Olsen. She also became a consulting physician for Tony Stark. During the Civil War, she opposed the Registration Act and joined the Secret Avengers, treating many of the members.

Some time later, she was visited by the Warriors Three to be informed about Thor's death after his battle against the Serpent.

After hearing rumors of the return of Dr. Donald Blake and Thor, Jane divorced her husband and subsequently lost custody of their child. Blake visited Jane at her work in a New York City hospital in search of Lady Sif, whose spirit Blake mistakenly thought had been reborn in Jane since their spirits had been merged once before. Jane and Blake go on a date after an initially turbulent reuniting. Jane discovered that Sif's spirit had actually been reborn in the body of a dying elderly cancer patient that was under her care. She alerted Blake and Thor who managed to restore Sif just before the patient died. Jane then traveled to Broxton, Oklahoma, the site of the resurrected City of Asgard, and opened a medical practice with Blake.

While Thor was away fighting Gorr the God Butcher, Jane was diagnosed with breast cancer. She later accepted Thor's invitation to represent Midgard in the Congress of Worlds on Asgard while she underwent therapy, but refused magical treatments.

During a battle against Nick Fury, Thor lost the ability to wield his hammer, Mjolnir. The hammer remained on the Moon, where Thor stayed for some time, as he was unwilling to accept his loss, and attempted numerous times to lift the hammer to no avail. Soon after Thor and the rest of the Asgardians had left the Moon, Jane Foster came and picked up Mjolnir, gaining Thor's powers and having her physique transformed and improved. She had watched Thor use his hammer and slowly learned how to use Mjolnir by example.

Jane soon found herself in the middle of Malekith the Accursed's alliance with Frost Giants, who were planning on bringing Laufey back to life. The original Thor soon caught up with Jane, demanding to have his hammer back. Thor ultimately accepted that the hammer had a new owner, and gave Jane his blessing, while still not knowing her identity. He also gave Jane his name, and subsequently went by Odinson only.

When she tried to stop Malekith from making a deal with Dario Agger for Laufey's skull, Thor was suddenly attacked by Cul Borson, who was possessing the Destroyer Armor under orders from Odin to retrieve Mjolnir. Although Cul briefly managed to take Mjolnir from her, Thor was able to summon it back to her hand, but was unable to defeat the Destroyer until Odinson arrived, accompanied by Freya and an army of the women he had identified as possible suspects for the new Thor's identity, and helped turn the tide of the battle in Thor's favor, ultimately forcing the Destroyed to retreat. Thor's identity remained a mystery for Odinson and the rest of the world.

During the final incursion, Jane was one of the heroes that tried to stop Earth-1610 from destroying her Earth. After the vessel transporting the Earth's "resurrection team" was destroyed by the Children, Mr. Fantastic was forced to put the Future Foundation's Life Raft in action. As the Life Raft was deployed, Manifold teleported numerous heroes into it including Spider-Man, Star-Lord, Captain Marvel, and Cyclops, and Jane herself, which allowed them to survive the end of the Multiverse.

Thor and the other heroes transported onto the life raft were awakened by Doctor Strange eight years after the end of the multiverse and the creation of Battleworld, a planet cobbled together by segments of destroyed realities created and ruled by Doctor Doom.

Thor and the other heroes were later transported by Strange to confront the Cabal after a distress call was sent to him by one member of the Thor Corps, and after this Doom himself appeared to quell the fighting. When Doom tried to kill them, Doctor Strange teleported them across Battleworld, but at the cost of his own life.

Jane then decided to infiltrate the Thor Corps to turn them against Doom with the help of the Thor of Higher Avalon and eventually succeeded and led them to Doomstadt, where they confronted the Barons defending the castle, and led to the restoration of the Multiverse.

Foster remained in Asgardia as a representative of Midgard (Earth) in the Congress of Worlds, and as Thor she remained a fugitive pursued by Cul. Odinson was considered missing. She became involved in the war between Svartalfheim, realm of the Dark Elves, and Alfheim, realm of the Light Elves and encountered several incarnations of Loki. After the elf races struck a deal by wedding their respective monarchs, Thor returned to Asgard to confront the power-mad Odin, who had Frigga on trial. Loki and Thor arrived at the point when the All-Mother was about to be placed on a verdict by Odin. The rebellious Asgardian warriors also made their way into the hall fighting Cul's Thunderguard. Thor and Odin got into a crunching battle that wandered across Saturn's moons while it was revealed that Loki was a spy for Frigga. Loki then stabbed Frigga halting the battles at hand. Meanwhile, in a different location entirely, Odinson was held captive telepathically feeling the death of his mother.

Thor was once again a member of the Avengers. She appeared by chance in their encounter with Warbringer and subsequently agreed to help form a new official Avengers group. Her identity was unknown to her teammates until she was separated from the hammer when she was transferred a few days into the future by Kang the Conqueror, and Sam Wilson, the new Captain America, witnessed her as she reverted to Jane. He agreed to keep it secret, even visiting her during chemotherapy so that she could have a friend to talk to.

While treating mystical tumors in his former patients created by Misery, a manifestation of his own darkness, Doctor Strange called on Thor for assistance; fully aware of her true identity as Jane Foster, Strange guided Thor in performing the necessary operations to remove the tumors from his patients after they had defeated the manifestation of Misery itself.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: Thors!

Post by Sidious » Thu Dec 14, 2017 3:55 pm

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Thor Girl:
Tarene, The Designate, Tara Olson
Team Affiliation: The Initiative
F: Am/50
A: Ex/20
S: Am/50
E: Am/50
R: Gd/10
I: Ex/20
P: Ex/20
Health: 170
Karma: 50
Resources: Ty/6
Popularity: 30
Powers:
Asgardian Physiology: Tarene has recreated herself to be exactly like the Asgardian race:
  • Resistance – heat, cold, radiation, toxins, disease, agin: Am/50
  • Invulnerability: Gd/10
Equipment:
Hammer: Thor Girl carries a cosmicly powered hammer. The hammer is made oc Cl 1000 strength material and in Thor Girl’s hands inflicts Mn/75 damage. It has the following additional abilities:
  • Automatic Return: When thrown, whether it hits or not, the hammer flies back to the spot from where it was thrown.
  • Flight: Incredible air speed. Thor Girl does this by spinning the hammer around and then throwing it. As it takes off, she grabs hold of the hammer's leather thong and rides behind the hammer.
  • Deflection: Remarkable protection against physical, energy, and magical attacks. Thor does this by spinning the hammer in front of herself.
  • Weather Control: Amazing control, including producing Incredible (40) intensity lightning bolts. Thor Girl can shoot lightning bolts from the hammer without having to summon a storm.
  • Air Control: Create winds of up to Incredible (40) intensity. This air control can be used to provide Incredible (40) protection from projectiles to everyone within 1 area. The air control ability can also be used to carry others with her in flight with Excellent (20) speed.
  • Light Emission: When calling forth lightning, or on command, the hammer can release a blinding burst of light of Excellent intensity.
  • Magic Detection: This detection power senses the use of Asgardian magic with Good Intensity.
Talents: Asgardian Lore; Mystic Background; Weapon Specialist - Hammer

Contacts: Thor, Asgardians, Initiative, Ultragirl

- In the beginning of time, alien sorcerer X'Hoss foretold the creation of the Designate, who would help evolve sentient beings to the next level of existence. Billions of years later, Tarene was born. She was told about the fate of the evil Destroyer and together with others sought a way to stop him. In the meantime, Thanos obtained X'Hoss' knowledge and destroyed Tarene's home-world. She gained the help of Thor and Orikal in defeating the villain.[2][3]

Tarene later transformed herself into an Asgardian goddess and becomes Thor's loyal ally, taking the name "Thor Girl" and the civilian identity of Jake Olson's 'cousin' Tara. She tried to assist Thor in his adventures, aiding him in his confrontations with Gladiator, Loki and Nullitor, but in a later battle against a revived Surtur she sacrificed nearly all of her cosmic powers to contribute the additional power needed to defeat him. Upon Odin's apparent death, Thor Girl lost most of her cosmic powers. She retained the powers she had as Thor Girl.

She returned to Earth in an attempt to live a normal life as Tara Olson, but also occasionally continued adventuring. She knew that she was destined to, and one day would, regain her full power and then some, to become The Designate.

After the Superhuman Registration Act was passed, Thor Girl interfered in a jewel theft undertaken by the Grey Gargoyle, a previous foe of hers, and pummelled the villain, preventing the jewel heist in the process. In return the Grey Gargoyle undertook a law suit with the assistance of Mallory Book at the Superhuman Law Offices of Goodman, Lieber, Kurtzberg and Holliway.

Thor Girl was among the first recruits for the Camp Hammond training facility. Other fellow trainees included Bengal, Cloud 9, Slapstick, Trauma, Armory, Rage and Komodo.

When Manhattan was attacked by the Hulk, the Initiative recruits were sent as crowd control in, with Thor Girl aiding mass evacuation. Thor Girl was among the trainees who sided with Rage when he broke ranks to help the Avengers in battle against the Hulk and his Warbound. Easily defeated, Thor Girl and the others were imprisoned at Madison Square Garden and controlled by obedience disks. The Initiative's black ops team, including the empathic meta-morph Trauma, were sent in to free Thor Girl and her compatriots. Trauma assumed the form and powers of Thor as he battled the Warbound, leaving Thor Girl awestruck by the encounter.

Following Trauma's assumption of Thor's form, Thor Girl expressed a kind of hero worship of and became enamored with him. However both Tarene and Trauma were brutally attacked by the MVP clone calling himself KIA (Killed In Action). Tarene was stricken heavily while protecting Trauma, who was then stabbed in the chest by KIA.

At some point Thor Girl was replaced by a Skrull agent. During the Skrull invasion, the Skrull Dum Dum Dugan called all the sleeper agents in the Initiative, causing Ultragirl and Thor Girl to fight each other out of fear. When the Skrull Kill Krew arrived to the scene, 3-D Man confirmed that Thor Girl was a Skrull, killing her with her own hammer with the help of Gravity.

After the invasion was over, the real Thor Girl attended a support group meeting with the others who had been replaced by Skrulls. She attended a therapy session with Trauma, when Camp Hammond was attacked by the Thor clone, Ragnarok. The clone beat Thor Girl badly, until Gauntlet intervened.

Due to looking like an Asgardianan wielding a hammer, Tarene was believed to be part of the attack of The Worthy. She was arrested by the U. S. government and tortured for information. She was eventually rescued by Cloud 9 and joined the battle against Kuurth in Las Vegas and rescued civilians. Due to a misunderstanding she was attacked by other heroes despite her attempts to explain herself or she was only acting in defense. During the battle, her Designate powers returned. She declared Earth's heroes to be little better than those who tortured her and as a whole proof that humanity is still too flawed to be worthy of ascending. She left Earth for the stars.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: Thors!

Post by Sidious » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:00 pm

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Thunderstrike I:
Eric Masterson - deceased
Team Affiliation: Avengers
F: In/40
A: Ex/20
S: Am/50
E: Am/50
R: Ex/20
I: Ex/20
P: Gd/10
Health: 160
Karma: 50
Resources: Ty/6
Popularity: 10
Powers:
Asgardian Form: When wielding Thunderstrike, Masterson takes on an Asgardian Form, giving him the following abilities:
  • Invulnerability: Gd/10 resistance to damage
  • Resistance - heat, cold, radiation, toxins, aging, and disease: Ex/20
Equipment:
Thunderstrike: Eric wields the mace Thunderstike, a gift from Odin for his time as Thor. It has Cl 1000 material strength
  • Alter Ego: When Thunderstrike is struck against a hard surface, Eric may change forms. In his mortal identity, the mace appears as a walking stick. If separated from the mace for more than 1 minute, Thunderstrike returns to his mortal form.
    • F: Ty A: Pr S: Ty E: Gd R: Ex I: Ex P: Gd Health: 26
  • Damage: Monstrous (75) blunt damage
  • Thrown: 10 areas, the mace automatically returns once thrown
  • Flight: Incredible (40) airspeed
  • Deflection: By spinning the mace in front of him, it provides Remarkable (30) protection from Physical, Energy, and Magical attacks.
  • Dimensional Travel: Typical (6)
  • Plasma Generation: Monstrous (75) Energy, 10 areas
  • Light: Incredible (40) illumination
Talents: Architecture, Engineering, Weapon Specialist: Thunderstrike

Contacts: Avengers, Hercules, Thor

- From the Wiki: When Thor returned, Odin had the Uru mace Thunderstrike given to Eric. He continued to adventure, calling himself Thunderstrike after the mace he used.

He and James Rhodes acted as Secret Defenders assisting the Silver Surfer.

Thunderstrike was confronted by a new Bloodaxe, who claimed the wielder was someone close to him. It turned out to be his girlfriend, Jackie Lukus. Eric was able to save her and use both his mace and the Bloodaxe to battle Seth, becoming possessed in the process. He died to purge himself of its corruption and refused a place in Valhalla.

Thunderstrike was later revived as part of the Grim Reaper's Legion of the Unliving. After overcoming the Grim Reaper's control, he was returned to the spirit world by the Scarlet Witch. It is not made clear if this was Eric that returned, or a magical construct of some sort, although his last words were to Thor in regards to checking on his son Kevin.

His mace (revealed to have been repaired by Thor and left in the custody of the Avengers) was eventually given by Commander Steve Rogers to Kevin, who went on to become the new Thunderstrike.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: Thors!

Post by Sidious » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:04 pm

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Thunderstrike II:
Kevin Masterson
Team Affiliation: Young Avengers
F: In/40
A: Ex/20
S: Am/50
E: Am/50
R: Ty/6
I: Ty/6
P: Gd/10
Health: 160
Karma: 22
Resources: Ty/6
Popularity: 2
Powers:
Asgardian Form: When wielding Thunderstrike, Masterson takes on an Asgardian Form, giving him the following abilities:
  • Invulnerability: Gd/10 resistance to damage
  • Resistance - heat, cold, radiation, toxins, aging, and disease: Ex/20
  • Damage suffered in this form will be healed when he reverts to his true form unless his health has decreased below 24.
Equipment:
Thunderstrike: Kevin wields the mace Thunderstike, like his father once did. It has Cl 1000 material strength
  • Alter Ego: When Thunderstrike is struck against a hard surface, Kevin may change forms. In his mortal identity, the Mallet appears as a walking stick. If separated from the mace for more than 1 minute, Thunderstrike returns to his mortal form.
    • F: Ty A: Ty S: Ty E: Ty Health: 24
  • Damage: Monstrous (75) blunt damage
  • Thrown: 10 areas, the mace automatically returns once thrown.
  • Flight: Incredible (40) airspeed
  • Deflection: By spinning the mace in front of him, it provides Remarkable (30) protection from Physical, Energy, and Magical attacks.
  • Dimensional Travel: Typical (6)
  • Plasma Generation: Monstrous (75) Energy, 10 areas
  • Light: Incredible (40) illumination
Talents: Student

Contacts: Captain America, Gruenhilda the Valkyrie

- From the Wiki: Kevin is the only child of Eric and Marcy Masterson. He is one of the few people to whom his father revealed his dual identity as Thunderstrike. Circumstances brought Thor into their lives and saw his father become increasingly involved in a world of gods and supervillains. This went so far as to have Eric become Thor when the actual God of Thunder disappeared. However, all of this strained Eric's ability to be a father to Kevin, and it was not long before custody of him was taken by his mother and her new husband Bobby Steele, quarterback for the New York Smashers.

At the Maria Stark Academy, long after his father died, Kevin Masterson is apparently at it again, fighting another student. After his mother and step-father pick him up, they try to talk to him, but he's again not listening. After walking off alone, he is met by Sharon Carter, who takes him to meet Captain America. Rogers informs him that he recently came into possession of an item and believed it should be given to its rightful owner - the Thunderstrike mace. Kevin picks it up expecting to be transformed, but nothing happens. Feeling like he's being taken advantage of, he has Sharon drop him off. As Kevin tries to figure out what to do now, the Rhino attacks an armored vehicle, causing a woman and her child to become trapped in a flaming car. While trying to use the mace as a prybar to help get the child out after another bystander has saved the mother, the car explodes. Strangely, Kevin is all right and has protected the child, but he has also transformed, into seemingly his father Eric Masterson's Thunderstrike form.

Determined to avoid the fate of his father, Kevin considers his options until he receives a visit from the beautiful Gruenhilda the Valkyrie who has been sent to teach him the proper way to use an Asgardian super-weapon, knowledge that he field-tests when a mysterious collector sends a high tech strike-force to steal the mace. With Gruenhilda criticizing his every move, the man who would be Thunderstrike begins a quest to recover his stolen mace. Along the way, he adopts a daring different persona, uncovers a plot to invade Mount Olympus, and soon finds himself in a fight for his life against a super-powered Demigod who is on a mission of vengeance. Thunderstrike and Gruenhilda are traumatized by an unexpected death when they suddenly run into one of the greatest super-menaces of all Mangog the merciless. To save the universe from the Mangog, he must now join forces with the Mighty Avengers, the team that he believes betrayed his father.

Kevin ends up teleported onto a station in the middle of the Pacific Ocean with Spider-Girl, Victor Alvarez, Amadeus Cho and X-23. They arrive on the Hell-Carrier, a Helicarrier that was used during World War II. Amadeus and Kevin were initially antagonistic towards each other and would have likely come to blows except for the intervention of Victor, who separated the two, at least for a time, until Amadeus managed to cause the Thunderstrike mace to tap the ground, thus changing Kevin back to his non-powered state. Angered, Kevin struck Amadeus' head, changing back to his Thunderstrike state. Anya tried to step between them while X-23 watched, but all were interrupted when Victor screamed in pain.

Victor explained that he had tried to use his powers to absorb the ambient chi in order to power up, but since there was no actual ambient life force around them, he instead suffered a backlash. He did, however, detect a message in a bio-electric frequency being transmitted in a language he had never heard before. The message was translated for them by the Shark Men as; "In their Dread House the warriors of the king of darkness wait dreaming."

They continued their message saying that now that the stars were right, they rise with the king and make them their first sacrifice to him. Differences momentarily set aside due to the emergence of a common enemy, the five young heroes join together to fight off this new threat. While they fight, Amadeus explains to them that the Shark Men came into being after they sensed the presence of the one they called the 'Dark King' and worshiped him. They became the enemies of the Atlanteans, and were defeated by Namor the Sub-Mariner during World War II and driven back to their city, where waited for their dark god to return.

Amadeus managed to convinced the others to follow his lead as he directed them in combat. They manage to defeat the initial wave of enemies, only to realize that the carrier is picking up speed. Lamenting that they should all be elsewhere, Amadeus reveals to them that the five of them are each the latest manifestation of an eternal archetype's and that they must work together as a team. He also reveals that his research has uncovered that the Hell-Carrier was trying to complete its final mission and that they needed to work together to stop it. At that point the other four realized it was Amadeus himself who had pulled them from where they were and brought them to the carrier. As they seized him, he quickly explains that the carrier is on a collision course for Honolulu and will crash there, killing everyone on board unless they stop it.

Realizing they have no other choice, Spider-Girl asks Amadeus how to proceed. He informs them that the whole ship is powered by a kind of anti-life force called Vril. Victor detects that the source of it was directly below them, but that since none of them could fly, they had no way of getting to it. X-23 then begins to rip into the ship with her Adamantium claws. Amadeus then directs Victor to try to use his powers to power up X-23, which he does, causing another painful backlash on both of them but, allowing them to get below deck quicker.

While X-23 and Victor continue to make their way to the source, Thunderstrike, Amadeus, and Anya were forced to repel another attack of the Shark Men. Despite their best efforts, the three would have been overwhelmed, but X-23 and Victor reached the source in time, and Victor unloaded all of his remaining Chi energy into it, causing it to explode before it could hit Honolulu, and the five landed into a media frenzy, which, in turned out, Amadeus knew would be there and it was why he had chosen that particular moment to bring them altogether.

Amadeus says that they had scored a major PR victory and that the people wanted them to stay together, at which point X-23 kicked him in the groin from behind and the other four walked away, leaving the question of whether or not the five would continue as a team unanswered.

Kevin briefly appeared as part of the new class of students when the Avengers Academy moves to the former headquarters of the West Coast Avengers.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: Thors!

Post by Sidious » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:10 pm

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Thunderstrike II:
Kevin Masterson
Team Affiliation: Avengers Next
F: In/40
A: Ex/20
S: Am/50
E: Am/50
R: Ex/20
I: Ex/20
P: Gd/10
Health: 160
Karma: 50
Resources: Ty
Popularity: 2/10
Powers:
Alter Ego: Thunderstrike may transform between his mortal form and his powered form at will. A thunderclap is associated with the transformation.
  • F: Ty A: Pr S: Ty E: Gd R: Ex I: Ex P: Gd; Health: 26
  • Body Resistance: Ex/20 to physical; Ty/6 to energy
  • Leaping: Shift X/150 (1.5 areas up/across, 2.5 areas down)
  • Thunder Blast: Am/50 concussive blast
Limitations: Kevin does not possess the Thunderstrike mace as this weapon has had its magical energies drained.

Talents: Weapon Specialist: Thunderstrike, Marksmanship, Engineering, Architecture

Contacts: Avengers; Asgardians

- From the Wiki: In the alternate future of MC2, Eric's son, Kevin Masterson was granted the Thunderstrike Mace by Jarvis, the Avengers' butler, as per his father's will. As the mace was made for his father alone, Kevin was unable to use it as his father had. The mace was later stolen from Kevin and eventually came into the possession of Loki, who had created a spell to tap the dormant power within the mace. Kevin leap into the midst of the spell, absorbing the mace and the magic it contained into his body. He became his own version of Thunderstrike and would go on to join A-Next, the replacement team created after the Avengers disbanded. Kevin thought that he could use his powers to in some way connect with his deceased father's memory.

Kevin made friends with teammate J2, as they both had inherited their superpowers from their missing fathers, and worked well with Stinger and Mainframe. When his team gained new members, he tried to form friendships with them, but he wasn't as close with them as he was his original teammates. Kevin tried to do some good as just his normal self, by volunteering at a housing project with his childhood friend Maria. But he found himself embroiled in a battle with the Sons of the Serpent. However, Kevin couldn't change without revealing his secret identity to Maria. The intervention of Blacklight helped hold off the Serpents, but when the building Kevin and Maria were hiding in collapsed he had to change, making Maria swear to keep his secret.

Thunderstrike's biggest challenge though, was when A-Next traveled to a dark parallel dimension, where he encountered a dark version of his own father (Stormtrooper). But when the evil Eric Masterson recognized Thunderstrike as Kevin, Thunderstrike learned that in this reality, the evil Kevin had died, not Eric (as in Thunderstrike's reality). The dark Eric and Kevin bonded, and once A-Next defeated the dark dimension's ruler, Kevin stayed behind to be with his "father".

Kevin returned to his home reality with Captain America, and rejoined the Avengers. But when Galactus destroyed Asgard, Thunderstrike seemingly lost his powers.

Thor's daughter Thena came to Earth in search of Kevin, as ordered by her father. When she eventually found and touched his hand, she was able to restore Kevin's powers and become Thunderstrike once more. This is apparently part of a plan to restore Asgard, after it was very badly damaged by Galactus.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: Thors!

Post by Sidious » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:14 pm

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Thundra:
Team Affiliation: Roxxon Oil, Frightful Four, Femazons, Squadron Supreme
F: Am/50
A: Ex/50
S: Am/50
E: Rm/30
R: Ty/6
I: Gd/10
P: Ty/6
Health: 150
Karma: 22
Resources: Ex/20
Popularity: 8
Powers:
Invulnerability: Gd/10 resistance to physical attacks
Running: Poor (4), Thundra can run at up to 35 mph.
Hyper-leaping: Remarkable ability to leap 45 feet up or across, or 60 feet down.

Equipment:
Chain:
  • Material Strength: Am/50
  • Damage: Am/50 blunt damage
Talents: Martial Arts: A, B, C, D, E; Military, Politics; Weapons Master

Contacts: The Thing, She Hulk, Hulk, Hyperion IV, Squadron Supreme

- From the Wiki: Toward the end of the twentieth century in one alternate timeline, worldwide chemical and biological warfare broke out, resulting in the sterilization of 95% of the Earth's female population. The fertile 5% seized political power and began a systematized program of oppression against men, who were seen as having nearly exterminated the species. By the early 23rd century, natural childbirth was totally supplanted by laboratory birthing, and men were bred only as servants, entertainers, and breeding stock. The major concerns of the United Sisterhood Republic, one of the leading nations of the new world, were exterminating the renegade bands of roving free men and preventing incursions from foreign nations and powers.

Thundra was born in the Central Birthing Center of Greater Miago (Milwaukee-Chicago), a government-run laboratory where fetuses are brought to term in artificial wombs. Genetically engineered for strength and endurance, Thundra was sent to military school when she was eight years old. By the age of eighteen, she had distinguished herself as the finest warrior in the Midwestern Republic and became an officer in the militia. She led assaults against roving bands of renegades and the armies of the Central American Empire.

In the middle of Thundra's military career, the USSR faced an invasion from soldiers from another alternate timeline, a world known as Machus. Men from this alternate Earth had managed to overthrow their female oppressors generations previously, and used their technology for inter-dimensional travel to journey to Thundra's Earth to liberate the men of that world. In an attempt to strike back at the men of Machus, Thundra stole their dimensional apparatus, planning to launch a counter-attack on their world. The machine malfunctioned, however, and displaced her through time as well as space. She arrived in the twentieth century, and after acclimating herself, decided to humble the strongest man on Earth, thereby, she believed, preventing the world of Machus from ever coming about.

Upon her arrival, she was befriended by the criminal Wizard of the Frightful Four, whose instruments detected Thundra's time displacement. The Wizard was looking for a replacement for Medusa, and saw Thundra as an ideal choice. Thundra pretended to go along with the Wizard's plans in order to exploit his resources. She determined that the Thing of the Fantastic Four would be the ideal object lesson to vanquish in battle. Alongside the Frightful Four, she engaged the Thing in a battle, besting him fairly on at least one occasion. Recognizing that her actions in the past would have little bearing on the future, she betrayed the Frightful Four to become an ally of the Fantastic Four.

Thundra tried to help the Thing when he was mind switched with the Hulk but was knocked out in the process, however when she awoke she returned the blow that the "Thing" delivered to her earlier before walking off.

Thundra came to the rescue again when the FF battled the Frightful Four again. She then helped the team in a conflict against Namor.

Mahkizmo, the greatest warrior of Machus, eventually trailed Thundra to the twentieth century and took her back to her own time to stand trial for her theft of the interdimensional travel equipment. The Fantastic Four followed Thundra (using their own means of travel) and helped Thundra battle against the dimensional invaders of Machus. Before leaving the future for their own time, the Fantastic Four destroyed the mind-domination equipment of Machus and hoped that the two worlds would settle their differences amicably. Thundra returned to the twentieth century with them, believing that her world would be changed unfavorably by the presence of the extradimensional men.

When the Frightful Four were looking for a fourth member via an ad in the Daily Bugle, Thundra showed up to fight them, but was electrocuted by the Trapster.

She helped the FF battle Brute from Counter-Earth who had teamed up with the Frightful Four to fight the FF. Thundra also worked with the team regarding defeating Eliminator.

Months later, however, Thundra was contacted by the Nth Command, subsidiary of the Roxxon Oil Company devoted to extradimensional research. They told her that a divergent future world existed which was never invaded by Machus. She agreed to carry out a mission for them in exchange for being restored to her world. The mission was leading a band of female Roxxon operatives called the Grapplers into the government energy facility Project: Pegasus in order to sabotage it. She was apprehended in the process but was released so the authorities could track down the party that sent her. She briefly became an ally of Hyperion of the Squadron Sinister, another Roxxon operative.

When she learned of the Nth Command's sinister motives, she stole one of the Nth Projectors, dimensional aperture synthesizers. Creating a portal to her own time, she went through it after bidding a fond farewell to the Thing, the twentieth-century male she had most learned to admire. Hyperion attempted to follow her, but the portal closed while he was halfway through, stranding him in limbo. Thundra arrived in her home reality safely.

Thundra became the ruler of this alternate future Femizonia, renamed the United Sisterhood Empire. Later, as her people wanted her to establish a dynasty, Thundra decided that, since the Thing was the only male she respected, he should marry her. An emergency prompted her to call the Thing to her dimension, and once the crisis was averted, she took the opportunity to propose. Because acceptance meant that the Thing would be forever unable to return to his time, he declined. As a favor, Thundra first returned the Thing to an alternate timeline where he could propose to his long-time love, Alicia. Instead, however, the Thing left Alicia at the altar and Thundra soon returned the Thing to his own timeline.

Thundra eventually found herself at war with the extradimensional kingdom Polemachus and its chauvinistic warrior monarch, Arkon. Towards the end of their long, bitter conflict, Thundra employed the hero teams Avengers and Fantastic Four as pawns in her war with Arkon. However, the heroes helped Thundra and Arkon discover that they shared a strong mutual attraction, an attraction that ended their conflict when they became lovers. Thundra has since joined Arkon in Polemachus as his consort.

Some months later, Thundra and Arkon sought Avengers' aid in repairing Polemachus' energy ring and protecting the maiden Astra from becoming a human sacrifice to Polemachus' religious zealots led by the high priest Anskar.

Arkon also had a rival in his Grand Vizier, who, over time, convinced Arkon to return Polemachus to a more barbaric lifestyle rather than rely on its science. The Grand Vizier then abducted the superhero and Avenger Photon along with the super-villains battling her at the time, the Wrecking Crew. The Grand Vizier used the Wrecking Crew to depose of Arkon and Thundra, until the Avengers arrived to rescue their teammate and restore Arkon to the throne. Polemachus returned to its hybrid barbaric/scientific lifestyles.

Presumably, Arkon rules Polemachus with Thundra by his side.

Thundra, Invisible Woman and Valkyrie teamed up with She-Hulk and her Skrull partner Jazinda (masquerading as a Shi'ar) in order to forcibly distribute stagnating aid in the corrupt country of Marinmer.
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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: Thor Girl, Thunderstrike, Thundra!

Post by Goldar » Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:24 pm

Yay, Thundra! One of my and Jab's favorites.

Didn't Thundra also have running speed of like 32 mph?

I also believe Marvel has increased Thundra's strength to 75 tons. So would that not place her at Monstrous level? She used to be listed at 60 tons previously.

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: Thor Girl, Thunderstrike, Thundra!

Post by Jabroniville » Thu Dec 14, 2017 9:34 pm

Thundra is indeed the greatest :).

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Re: Sidious' FASERIP Builds: Thor Girl, Thunderstrike, Thundra!

Post by Sidious » Thu Dec 14, 2017 9:41 pm

Goldar wrote:
Thu Dec 14, 2017 4:24 pm
Yay, Thundra! One of my and Jab's favorites.

Didn't Thundra also have running speed of like 32 mph?

I also believe Marvel has increased Thundra's strength to 75 tons. So would that not place her at Monstrous level? She used to be listed at 60 tons previously.
Nope. Marvel Wiki says 60 tons. That makes her Amazing.
You are right about the 35mph so that would given her Poor running. I'll get that in an edit.

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