Heimdall is a fictional character in the Marvel Comics universe, based on the god Heimdallr of Norse mythology. The Norse God of Vigilance, Protection, and Light, and the guardian of the rainbow bridge Bifrost which links Asgard to the rest of the Nine Worlds.
Powers and Stats
Origin: Marvel Comics
Age: At least thousands of years old
Classification: Asgardian God of Vigilance
Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Cosmic-level super senses (capable of seeing and hearing almost anything in the universe and across dimensions, seeing through time and space, can sense Asgardian life forces, can focus on specific sensory information and block other input out), Precognition, does not require sleep, can project an image of himself to communicate over long distances, skilled in armed and unarmed combat, some use of combat magic, can disguise himself as a human being, can dispel illusions, Immortality (type 1)
Lifting Strength: Unknown
Striking Strength: City Class
Durability: City level
Stamina: Does not need sleep, does not feel tired unless he continually exerts himself to his maximum level over at least 24 hours
Range: Extended melee range, magic blasts from his sword can reach at least hundreds of meters
Standard Equipment: A suit of armor, various bladed weapons such as swords and spears, shields, an Asgardian horse named Golltoppr, the Gjallarhorn, which he can use to contact all Asgardians on Asgard or Earth simultaneously, his enchanted Uru sword Hofund, which is nearly indestructible and can be charged with magical energy as well as project magical energy blasts
Intelligence: Master of bladed weapons, one of the wisest beings in Asgard save Odin himself, millennia of combat experience, knows things from all over the universe and other dimensions due to his senses
Weaknesses: If his eyes are injured his sensory powers diminish greatly, Odin and other beings can block certain things from his senses, certain magical abilities can conceal things from him, needs to eat the golden apples of Idunn to preserve his immortality
Note 1: Not to be confused with any other similarly - named characters or the mythological character he is based on
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