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Thor Mjolnir
I am here on the orders of my father Odin!! Unclean one, cast aside your wicked hopes and give yourself over to the divine hammer!!
~ Thor

Summary

Thor is the son of Odin and the god of destruction that rules over lightning, thunder, and divine punishment. While only making a short appearance in the original novel, in the crossover Thor is sent by Odin to eliminate Hel, who was threatening the world with her attempt to free the souls of Niflheim.

Powers and Stats

Tier: At least 6-A

Name: Thor

Origin: The Circumstances Leading to Waltraute's Marriage

Gender: Male

Age: Unknown, likely older than a human lifespan

Classification: God, Thunder God

Powers and Abilities: Superhuman Physical Characteristics, Superhuman Senses, Lightning and Thunder Manipulation, Flight, doesn't need air, Resistance to Curses

Attack Potency: At least Continent level (Second strongest god and one of the strongest beings in the world, Mjölnir is stronger than Gungnir in terms of pure destructive power, he can smash mountain-sized giants to pieces with one swing and could easily kill Níðhöggr in one blow, can fight Jörmungandr)

Speed: Massively Hypersonic+ via power-scaling (He should be much stronger than a Valkyrie like Waltraute)

Lifting Strength: Superhuman

Striking Strength: Continent Class

Durability: Possibly Continent level (Comparable to Jörmungandr, survived an attack from Jörmungandr that pierced his side)

Stamina: Likely high

Range: Extended melee range, unknown with lightning

Standard Equipment: Mjölnir, Chariot

Intelligence: Average

Weaknesses: None notable

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Thor's goat chariot

Notable Attacks/Techniques:
  • Mjölnir: The dwarven-made divine hammer that symbolizes Thor, one swing of it can smash a mountain-sized giant to pieces. In terms of pure destructive power, it's greater than Odin's Gungnir, and so heavy that only two people in the entirety of the nine worlds can lift it. Thor can also use Mjölnir to release lightning.
  • Chariot: A giant flying chariot drawn by two goats.
  • Resistance to curses: Normally most dwarven items and weapons have powerful curses on them that can bring ruin to mortals like humans or giants, but the properties of the gods repel these dwarf curses allowing them to freely wield or use them.

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