Cul Borson, also known as The Serpent, is an Asgardian god and the brother of Odin, Vili and Ve.
He was the main villain in the crossover event Fear Itself, where he used his subordinates, the Worthy, to consume the fear of all Midgardians to grow his power in order to battle Odin, who brought him down from the All-Father throne thousands of years ago. He eventually was slain by his nephew Thor, who was destined to die with him.
He was later reborn and now made by Odin the Asgardian Royal Inquisitor and Minister of Justice.
Powers and Stats
Name: Cul Borson, The Serpent
Origin: Marvel Comics
Age: At least several thousands of years old (He is Odin's older brother)
Classification: Asgardian God of Fear
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Magic, Immortality (Type 1), Flight, Statistics Amplification (Becomes more powerful via Fear consumption), Transformation (Can transform into a giant serpent), Energy Manipulation and Projection, Summoning (Can summon the Worthy and his castle), Status Effect Inducement (Thor had to wear a special armor from Odin to be protected from his aura of fear), possibly similar powers to Odin)
Attack Potency: Multi-Galaxy level+ (Odin himself couldn't kill him, and wanted to destroy the Earth to prevent the Serpent from becoming more powerful. Odin also later had to personally keep him imprisoned by devoting his full power to the task.)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: Multi-Galaxy Class+
Durability: Multi-Galaxy level+
Standard Equipment: A mystical gnarled staff that transforms into a hammer with properties similar to the Worthy hammers.
Weaknesses: If Cul is deprived of fear to feed upon he will revert to a withered state. The full details are unknown, but it that appears if Cul himself feels fear, if the person he is fighting is not afraid of him, or if the masses he is feeding upon cease to fear him his powers weaken. He was also destined to be slain by his nephew Thor | None notable
Thor needed a specific weapon that Odin wielded in order to kill Cul. We consider this sword, and a specific prophecy to be the reasons why Thor could defeat his much more powerful uncle.
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