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Hear me, Galactus. I am Thor the Thunderer, son of Odin, prince of Asgard. But today, above all things, I am an Avenger, and this world is under my protection!
~ Thor to Galactus

Powers and Stats

Tier: 7-B

Name: Thor Odinson, Thunderer

Origin: Earth's Mightiest Heroes!

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown

Classification: Asgardian, God of Thunder, Prince of Asgard, Avenger

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Lightning, Flight, Weather control, Interdimensional travel via Portals, Can survive in space, Unaffected by gamma radiation

Attack Potency: City level (Comparable to Hulk and Graviton, who lifted part of New York), likely higher (created a Country-wide storm)

Speed: Hypersonic+ with High Hypersonic with Flight (Was faster than the Avengers Quinjets, which can fly at speeds that can allow atmosphere egress which is at 40,000 kph)

Lifting Strength: Class G+ (Slowed a large portion of Manhattan from dropping down to the point of preventing it from making a tidal wave)

Striking Strength: City Class, likely higher

Durability: City level (Can take several hits from beings at his level without much trouble and deflected a beam fired at Earth by Kang's ship which would have destroyed the city), likely higher

Stamina: High (Fought the Kree army by his lonesome and appeared to help the rest of the Avengers looking fresh)

Range: City-wide with Lighting; At least Country-wide Weather manipulation

Standard Equipment: Mjolnir, Asgardian armor

Intelligence: Skilled fighter; Low technological knowledge

Weaknesses: Too reliant on his hammer

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Start a Discussion Discussions about Thor (EMH)

  • Thor vs Thor

    7 messages
    • @Gemmysaur I would vote the same :D Just asking, but shouldnt EMH Thor be 6-C or 6-B for creating such a storm ?
    • It's a storm, but it didn't do anything so the power there is pointless. The reason he's "Likely higher" is because...
  • Thor speed and some others (EMH)

    5 messages
    • If you wish you can post the calc in your own blog and give credit to the original author, from there post the link of your blog to the evaluat...
    • I see. I suppose I'll do that then.