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|image = Jane Foster Asgardian.jpg
 
|image = Jane Foster Asgardian.jpg
 
|real name = Jane Foster
 
|real name = Jane Foster
|alias = The Mortal<br>The World's Most Foremost Astronomer<br>Pretty Pants
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|alias = Storm Chaser<ref name="T"/><br>The Mortal<ref name="T"/><br>Child<ref name="TTDW"/><br>The World's Most Foremost Astronomer<ref name="AAoU"/><br>Old Flame<ref name="AE"/><br>Lady Jane<ref name="AE"/><br>Milady<ref name="AE"/><br>Pretty Pants<ref name="AE"/>
 
|species = [[Humans|Human]]
 
|species = [[Humans|Human]]
 
|citizenship = {{Citizenship|USA}}
 
|citizenship = {{Citizenship|USA}}
 
|gender = Female
 
|gender = Female
|title = Doctor
 
 
|DOD = [[2018|Spring 2018]] <small>(victim of the [[Snap]], resurrected by [[Hulk]] in [[2023]])</small>
 
|DOD = [[2018|Spring 2018]] <small>(victim of the [[Snap]], resurrected by [[Hulk]] in [[2023]])</small>
|affiliation = {{Affiliation|CVU}}<br>[[University of London]]
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|title = Doctor<br>Consultant for [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] <small>(formerly)</small>
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|affiliation = {{Affiliation|CVU}} <small>(formerly)</small><br>{{Affiliation|SHD1}} <small>(formerly)</small><br>{{Affiliation|UOL}}
 
|movie =''[[Thor (film)|Thor]]''<br>''[[The Avengers]]'' <small>(picture)</small><br>''[[Thor: The Dark World]]''<br>''[[Avengers: Age of Ultron]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small><br>''[[Thor: Ragnarok]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small><br>''[[Avengers: Endgame]]''<br>''[[Thor: Love and Thunder]]'' <small>(unreleased)</small>
 
|movie =''[[Thor (film)|Thor]]''<br>''[[The Avengers]]'' <small>(picture)</small><br>''[[Thor: The Dark World]]''<br>''[[Avengers: Age of Ultron]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small><br>''[[Thor: Ragnarok]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small><br>''[[Avengers: Endgame]]''<br>''[[Thor: Love and Thunder]]'' <small>(unreleased)</small>
 
|tv series = ''[[Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small>
 
|tv series = ''[[Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small>
 
|web series = ''[[WHiH Newsfront (web series)|WHiH Newsfront]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small><br>''[[Team Thor]]'' <small>(drawing)</small>
 
|web series = ''[[WHiH Newsfront (web series)|WHiH Newsfront]]'' <small>(mentioned)</small><br>''[[Team Thor]]'' <small>(drawing)</small>
 
|comic = ''[[Thor Adaptation]]''<br>''[[The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week]]''<br>''[[Thor: The Dark World Prelude]]''<br>''[[Avengers: Operation HYDRA]]''<br>''[[Thor: Ragnarok Prelude]]''
 
|comic = ''[[Thor Adaptation]]''<br>''[[The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week]]''<br>''[[Thor: The Dark World Prelude]]''<br>''[[Avengers: Operation HYDRA]]''<br>''[[Thor: Ragnarok Prelude]]''
|actor = [[Natalie Portman]]<br>[[Elsa Pataky]]<ref>In the final post-credits scene for ''[[Thor: The Dark World]]'', [[Chris Hemsworth]]'s wife, [[Elsa Pataky]], stood in as Foster for the last kiss of the film.</ref>
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|actor = [[Natalie Portman]]
|status = Alive|DOD = [[2018|Spring 2018]] <small>(victim of the [[Snap]]; resurrected by [[Hulk]] in [[2023]])</small>}}
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|status = Alive}}
 
{{Quote|You're the one who's always pushing me, to chase down every possibility, every alternative!"<br>"I'm talking about science, not [[magic]]!"<br>"Well, magic's just science that we don't understand yet.|Jane Foster and [[Erik Selvig]]|Thor (film)}}
 
{{Quote|You're the one who's always pushing me, to chase down every possibility, every alternative!"<br>"I'm talking about science, not [[magic]]!"<br>"Well, magic's just science that we don't understand yet.|Jane Foster and [[Erik Selvig]]|Thor (film)}}
 
Doctor '''Jane Foster''' is one of the world's leading astrophysicists, the world's foremost astronomer, the creator of the Foster Theory, as well as one of the premiere experts on [[Asgard]]. She found [[Thor]] after he was banished from Asgard and fell to [[Earth]] while she and her team were in [[New Mexico]] studying astronomical anomalies. She helped him in his mission to return to Asgard, eventually falling in love with him along the way. They were separated due to the temporary destruction of the [[Rainbow Bridge]]. During [[Loki]]'s assault on Earth, [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] kept her out of harms way by transferring her to a remote observatory where Loki could not find her.
 
Doctor '''Jane Foster''' is one of the world's leading astrophysicists, the world's foremost astronomer, the creator of the Foster Theory, as well as one of the premiere experts on [[Asgard]]. She found [[Thor]] after he was banished from Asgard and fell to [[Earth]] while she and her team were in [[New Mexico]] studying astronomical anomalies. She helped him in his mission to return to Asgard, eventually falling in love with him along the way. They were separated due to the temporary destruction of the [[Rainbow Bridge]]. During [[Loki]]'s assault on Earth, [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] kept her out of harms way by transferring her to a remote observatory where Loki could not find her.
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===Early Life===
 
===Early Life===
 
====Science Career====
 
====Science Career====
Jane Foster was a student at [[Culver University]], where her father and [[Erik Selvig]] worked together. She later graduated and became an astronomer. Foster also briefly dated M.D. [[Donald Blake]], but eventually broke up with him. When looking back at him, Foster would note that while Blake was a great doctor, he sucked at being a boyfriend.<ref name="T">''[[Thor (film)|Thor]]''</ref>
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{{Quote|I come up here sometimes when I can't sleep or I'm trying to reconcile particle data, or when [[Darcy Lewis|Darcy]]'s driving me crazy. I come up here a lot, actually, now that I think about it.|Jane Foster to [[Thor]]|Thor (film)}}
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Jane Foster was a student at [[Culver University]], where her father and [[Erik Selvig]] worked together. She later graduated and became an astronomer, dedicating her life to her research, where she built most of her equipment herself. Foster also briefly dated M.D. [[Donald Blake]], but eventually broke up with him. When looking back at him, Foster would note that while Blake was a great doctor, he sucked at being a boyfriend.
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Sometime after her graduation from Culver University, Foster began studying a mysterious weather event that she believed was linked to an [[Wormhole|Einstein-Rosen Bridge]]. Accompanied by Selvig and their intern [[Darcy Lewis]], Foster traveled to the source of the anomalies, which was out in the desert surrounding [[Puente Antiguo]], [[New Mexico]].<ref name="T">''[[Thor (film)|Thor]]''</ref>
   
 
===Life-Changing Encounter===
 
===Life-Changing Encounter===
 
====Meeting Thor====
 
====Meeting Thor====
{{Quote|Well, if there is an [[Wormhole|Einstein-Rosen bridge]], then there's something on the other side. And [[Asgardians|advanced beings]] could have crossed it!|Jane Foster to [[Erik Selvig]] and [[Darcy Lewis]]|Thor (film)}}
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{{Quote|Where did [[Thor|he]] come from?|Jane Foster|Thor (film)}}
Sometime after her graduation from [[Culver University]], Foster began studying a mysterious weather event that she believed was linked to an [[Wormhole|Einstein-Rosen Bridge]]. Accompanied by her colleague [[Erik Selvig]] and intern [[Darcy Lewis]], Foster traveled to the source of the anomalies, which was out in the desert surrounding [[Puente Antiguo]], [[New Mexico]].
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[[File:Jane watches for storm.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster watches for the weather event]]
[[File:2011_thor_020.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster and her team find [[Thor]] in the desert|left]]
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At the end of their first week of research, Foster became certain that another weather event would occur, due to the predictability of the previous seventeen instances. Being sure of her research, Foster, [[Erik Selvig]] and [[Darcy Lewis]] drove out to the desert in their van one night to witness the event.
At the end of their first week of research, Foster and her colleagues were out in the desert in a van, when the mysterious event that Foster had been analyzing produced in a powerful vortex before them. As they struggled with the zero-visibility conditions, the van collided with a man who had stumbled out of the dust into their path. The man, who only announced himself as [[Thor]], began speaking of [[Asgard]] and its people, only to be tasered by Lewis. This prompted the group to take him to the hospital.
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[[File:Jane Chasing Storms.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster witnesses a massive weather event]]
[[File:Jane and Darcy.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster debates the possible existence of gods]]
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When nothing happened, Selvig attempted to convince Foster to give up her search, believing it to be just chasing storms, not connected to astronomy. However, Foster was determined that there was a connection in her research, pleading Selvig to just be patient with it. Suddenly, Lewis alerted the two to something unknown forming in the sky, much to their confusion and amazement.
The following day, Lewis made a surprise discovery when she noticed the figure of a man in one of the photographic images captured from the atmospheric event. While Foster realized that the newcomer might be able to shed some light on the event, Selvig was more skeptical, so began a lengthy disagreement between the two. While Foster theorized the possibility of Thor being part of an advanced [[Asgardians|race]] and transporting in between worlds via wormhole, Selvig insisted that everything Thor had been saying about gods and other worlds was nothing more than delusional talk based on old myths.<ref name="T"/>
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[[File:Jane finds Thor.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster checks on [[Thor]] after hitting him]]
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With her research proven to have been correct, Foster told Lewis to drive towards the occurrence so she could study and record it. As they got closer, a powerful vortex formed in front of them, so Lewis steered away from it, only for Foster to force them towards it. However, when they entered the vortex, they struggled to see anything, causing them to collide with a man who had stumbled out of the dust into their path.
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[[File:2011_thor_020.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster examines markings in the desert]]
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The occurrence then ended, with the vortex disappearing, so they all got out of the van to check on the man they hit. Foster found the man to still be alive, as he got up and began to speak, although none of them understood what he was saying. Foster then noticed markings in the ground, much to her intrigue, so she started to study them, however Selvig suggested they take the man to the hospital instead. The man announced himself as [[Thor]] and started to intimidate them, but was stopped when Lewis tasered him. They then decided to put Thor in their van and take him to a hospital.
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[[File:Jane checks Thor in.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster checks [[Thor]] into the hospital]]
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They delivered Thor to the hospital and signed him in, giving them his name, and then returned to their [[Jane Foster's Research Base|research base]]. The next morning, they discussed the events of the previous night, which Foster was now certain was an [[Wormhole|Einstein-Rosen Bridge]]. Foster and Selvig reviewed constellations they had discovered which were not from their planet, when Lewis noticed the figure of a man in one of the photographic images captured from the atmospheric event.
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[[File:Jane hits Thor with van.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster accidentally hits [[Thor]] with her van]]
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Foster then believed that figure to have been Thor, so she decided to drive back to the hospital to question him. The three rushed through the hospital, but when they entered Thor's room, they discovered him to be gone. Annoyed that she lost he best piece of evidence for her research, Foster set out to find Thor. However, when she reversed the van, she accidentally hit Thor again. Foster got out of the van and apologized, as she had now knocked him over twice with her van.<ref name="T"/>
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====Questioning Thor====
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[[File:Aaa1.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster questions [[Thor]] about his arrival]]
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{{Quote|If you take me there now, I'll tell you everything you wish to know."<br>"Everything?|[[Thor]] and Jane Foster|Thor (film)}}
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Bringing [[Thor]] to the [[Jane Foster's Research Base|base]], they provided him with [[Donald Blake]]'s clothes, and Foster started to become distracted by Thor as she watched him change. When Thor mentioned that he required food, they took him to [[Isabel's Diner]], where Foster questioned him on how he was inside the vortex. However, Thor didn't take notice of their questions and smashed a mug in request of another drink, causing Foster to tell him not to do that anymore.
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[[File:Thor Jane walk.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster learns about [[Mjølnir]]]]
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When two men entered the diner talking about a "[[Mjølnir|satellite]]" that landed in the desert, Foster listened in on the conversation, and asked them about it. When they revealed that the "satellite" could not be moved, Thor asked for directions and then headed off, causing Foster to run after him. Foster asked what he was doing, and Thor informed them that the "satellite" belonged to him and he was going to take it.
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[[File:Thor kisses Jane's hand.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster and [[Thor]] part ways]]
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Thor then offered to tell Foster everything she wanted to know about him if she helped him retrieve Mjølnir. Concerned, [[Erik Selvig]] spoke to Foster, who was willing to help Thor to assist her own research, and convinced her not to, as he believed Thor was dangerous. Foster then told Thor she couldn't help him, so he kissed her hand, which awkwardly flattered her, and they parted ways. Although, Foster couldn't help but still be infatuated with Thor.<ref name="T"/>
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====Encountering S.H.I.E.L.D.====
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[[File:Jane yells at SHIELD.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster finds [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] taking her research]]
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{{Quote|Hey! That's my stuff! What the hell is going on here?"<br>"Ms. Foster, I'm Agent Coulson with [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]]."<br>"Is that supposed to mean something to me? You can't do this!|Jane Foster and [[Phil Coulson]]|Thor (film)}}
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When they returned to the [[Jane Foster's Research Base|base]], they discovered [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] agents confiscating their equipment and research. Foster was angry at the agents sudden intrusion into their base, but [[Erik Selvig]] tried to calm her down, due to knowing how serious the actual situation was.
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[[File:Jane left with nothing.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster is left with nothing]]
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However, due to her life's work being taken from her, Foster tried to stop them, but [[Phil Coulson]] told her they needed to take all of her possessions, and attempted to compensate her. Despite her pleas, all of Foster's belongings, including her research that was on the verge of an extraordinary discovery, were taken.
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[[File:Jane on the roof.png|thumb|250px|Foster discuss what they should do next]]
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S.H.I.E.L.D. then left the base, so they then sat on the roof of the building, commiserating the loss of their property, as Selvig informed them of who the people that they encountered were. Selvig then suggested contacting a [[Hank Pym|colleague]] of his who could possibly help with their situation.<ref name="T"/>
   
 
====Search for Mjølnir====
 
====Search for Mjølnir====
[[File:Jane-Thor.jpg|left|thumb|250px|Foster spends time speaking with [[Thor]]]]
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[[File:MAN-19503-560x373.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster notices [[Thor]] wandering in [[New Mexico]]]]
 
{{Quote|I've never done anything like this before. Have you ever done anything like this before?"<br>"Many times. But you're brave to do it."<br>"Well, [[S.H.I.E.L.D.|they]] just stole my entire life's work. I don't really have much left to lose.|Jane Foster and [[Thor]]|Thor (film)}}
 
{{Quote|I've never done anything like this before. Have you ever done anything like this before?"<br>"Many times. But you're brave to do it."<br>"Well, [[S.H.I.E.L.D.|they]] just stole my entire life's work. I don't really have much left to lose.|Jane Foster and [[Thor]]|Thor (film)}}
Despite [[Erik Selvig]]'s concerns, Foster's interest in [[Thor]] pushed her to find out out more and the trio set off for the hospital to find the stranger. Once they were reunited, the trio and Thor went to [[Isabel's Diner]] where Foster pressed for more information, trying to make sense of what he was telling them. It was there that Thor overheard news of his missing [[Mjølnir]], which had actually been transported via separate wormhole in another region of the desert, and set off on his own to retrieve it. Returning home, Foster and her colleagues found [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] agents confiscating their equipment, having been alerted by the wormhole as well.
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Foster then drove [[Erik Selvig]] to the library to e-mail his [[Hank Pym|colleague]], and as she waited in the van, she noticed [[Thor]] heading into a pet store.
[[File:Thor Jane walk.jpg|thumb|250x250px|Foster and [[Thor]] in [[New Mexico]]]]
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[[File:Thor Jane drive.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster and [[Thor]] bond as they drive to the site]]
After commiserating with her colleagues over the loss of their property, Foster chanced upon Thor again and volunteered to assist him with reacquiring Mjølnir. This goal proved unsuccessful when Thor, stealing into the temporary S.H.I.E.L.D. compound that had sprung up around the artifact, found himself unable to lift it and allowed himself to be caught.
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Foster drove up to him and offered him a lift, deciding to help him, as she wanted to get her research back. The two then drove down to the crater site, determined to retrieve their possessions, which Foster was nervous about doing. During the drive, Foster bonded with Thor, while still not being sure of who he was.
[[File:ThorServingBreakfast.jpg|left|thumb|250x250px|Foster and [[Erik Selvig|her]] [[Darcy Lewis|crew]] eat breakfast with [[Thor]]]]
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[[File:Jane doubts Thor's plan.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster doubts [[Thor]]'s chances of success]]
Foster enlisted [[Erik Selvig]] in helping her get [[Thor]] released, which led to a series of events that bonded the expanded group more closely; Selvig and [[Darcy Lewis]] befriending the man and Foster starting to view him as a romantic interest. Her newfound relationship with Thor introduced Foster to the [[Nine Realms]] and the true origin of Norse mythology. Though Selvig initially tried getting Thor to leave, wanting to protect Foster in case Thor was crazy or a con man, he bonded with Thor over some drinking.<ref name="T"/>
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When the arrived at the [[S.H.I.E.L.D. Crater Investigation Site]], Foster observed the area, realizing that there was no satellite crash, but something bigger. Thor then gave Foster his jacket, knowing it was going to rain, and promised to return her belongings after retrieving [[Mjølnir]]. However, Foster doubted Thor's chances of success, but he still heading to the site.
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[[File:Jane watches Thor fail.png|thumb|250px|Foster witnesses [[Thor]] fail to lift [[Mjølnir]]]]
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Foster then watched as Thor made his way through the site, knocking out many agents along the way. When an alarm went off, Foster hid from detection and called Selvig, telling him she went with Thor and to come find her if she didn't return. When Thor found Mjølnir, Foster watched as he tried to lift it but failed. When Thor was arrested by [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]], Foster then fled the site and returned to the [[Jane Foster's Research Base|base]],<ref name="T"/> but, she was spotted by [[Clint Barton]].<ref name="AP:FBW">''[[The Avengers Prelude: Fury's Big Week]]''</ref>
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[[File:Jane and Darcy.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster convinces [[Erik Selvig]] to help [[Thor]]]]
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When Foster returned, she tried to convince Selvig to help free Thor, now believing his story, but Selvig didn't want to, still trying to protect her from him. When [[Darcy Lewis]] showed Foster a [[Myths and Ledgends From Around the World|book]] on Norse mythology, featuring Mjølnir, she used what Selvig told her about uncovering every possibility to persuade him, but Selvig didn't mean [[Magic]], but science. However, Foster reasoned that magic was just science they didn't understand, and she was able to enlist Selvig's help.
   
====The Destroyer Attacks====
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====Bonding with Thor====
[[File:Jane and Erik.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster witnesses the [[Destroyer]]'s attack]]
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[[File:Jane in her camper.png|thumb|250px|Foster is greeted by [[Thor]] in her camper]]
{{Quote|Oh. My. God. So is this how you normally look?"<br>"More or less."<br>"It's a good look.|Jane Foster and [[Thor]]|Thor (film)}}
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{{Quote|Your ancestors called it [[Magic]], and you call it science. Well, I come from a [[Asgard|place]] where they're one and the same thing.|[[Thor]] to Jane Foster|Thor (film)}}
Though it would seem that Jane had found the perfect match for her, the romance between herself and Thor was shattered by the arrival of [[Sif|Lady Sif]] and the [[Warriors Three]]. This proved that Thor was indeed the God of Thunder, and that [[Asgard]] wasn't a myth, but a place of higher technology that the Norse had mistaken for magic. Foster was happy to see she was right, while Selvig was in shock.
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While [[Erik Selvig]] went to retrieve [[Thor]], Foster returned to her camper, where she read more of the book Selvig had found. Later that night, Thor arrived at the camper with a drunk Selvig over his shoulder, so Foster had him put Selvig on her bed. Feeling embarrassed by her living situation in front of Thor, as she never has guests, she asked if they could go outside.
[[File:Thor Jane close2.jpg|left|thumb|250x250px|Thro bidding a sad farewell to [[Jane Foster]]]]
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[[File:Jane-Thor.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster learns more about [[Thor]]]]
The quartet had come to bring Thor home, revealing that Loki had lied about Odin passing away and that a war with the [[Frost Giants]] was looming. Unfortunately, they had been followed by a powerful animated suit of armor known as the [[Destroyer]]; Loki learned of their plan and sent it to prevent Thor from returning as it would prevent him from destroying [[Jotunheim]].[[File:Thor Jane kiss.jpg|thumb|250x250px|Thor and Foster share a kiss]]
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The two then sat on the roof of her [[Jane Foster's Research Base|base]], where Foster would always go to think or get away from all the annoyances. Foster then expressed her relief that Thor was safe after his encounter with [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]], and he thanked her for her generosity despite the way he had behaved recently. Thor then gave Foster her notebook, which she was delighted by, no longer having to start her research from scratch now. However, Foster was saddened by the thought that S.H.I.E.L.D. would do everything in their power to stop her research from ever being published, but Thor urged her to continue, knowing that she was right.
Thor's friends fought the Destroyer as long as they could, but eventually, it overpowered them. In a true act of bravery, Thor chose to walk up to the Destroyer and make it stop attacking the ones dear to him. Having no mercy, the Destroyer, swatted Thor back, making him appear to be dead. Seeing that Thor had shown his worth, [[Mjølnir]] returned to him, helping him regain his full power in the process.
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[[File:JaneFoster3545353.png|thumb|250px|Foster developing strong feelings for [[Thor]]]]
[[File:Jane-Foster-searches-for-Thor.jpg|left|thumb|250x250px|Foster decides to search for [[Thor]]]]
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Thor explained to Foster that where he is from, [[Asgard]], [[Magic]] and science are the same thing, while also drawing and teaching her of the [[Nine Realms]] and [[Yggdrasil]], the World Tree. Foster found herself deeply interested in what Thor was saying, as well as developing strong feelings for him too. Later, Foster fell asleep under the stars with Thor by her side.
With his hammer back, Thor ultimately [[Battle of Puente Antiguo|defeated]] the Destroyer. Foster saw what he really was for the first time, but with the return of Thor's power came the return of his responsibility to his realm and his people. A group of [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] agents led by [[Phil Coulson]] arrived at the site and thanked Thor for his sacrifice. She was forced to say goodbye as the God of Thunder returned to his home.<ref name="T"/>
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[[File:Jane talks about the Nine Realms.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster informs [[Erik Selvig]] of the [[Nine Realms]]]]
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Thor, who believed he was banished from Asgard, decided to embrace living on [[Earth]] with Foster, as the two had begun to develop romantic feelings for each other. The next morning, Foster and Thor made breakfast for Selvig and [[Darcy Lewis]], who she told what she had learned from Thor the previous night, hoping to publish it to the scientific community. But, Selvig informed her that it was only ever going to be a theory without any evidence.
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[[File:Jane sees Sif and W3.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster sees [[Sif]] and the [[Warriors Three]] arrive]]
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At that moment, four [[Asgardians]] appeared at the base, much to the [[Humans]] shock and awe. They entered the base and introduced themselves as Lady [[Sif]] and the [[Warriors Three]], and Foster watched as Thor conversed with them about his supposed exile, only to discover that his [[Odin|father]] was still alive, and that he had been lied to by his [[Loki|brother]].<ref name="T"/>
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====[[Battle of Puente Antiguo|The Destroyer Attacks]]====
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[[File:Jane staying to help.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster decides to stay and help [[Thor]] evacuate]]
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{{Quote|Oh. My. God. So is [[Asgardian Armor|this]] how you normally look?"<br>"More or less."<br>"It's a good look.|Jane Foster and [[Thor]]|Thor (film)}}
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When another vortex formed out in the desert, they all went outside to look at it, where [[Thor]] realized that the [[Destroyer]] had been sent down, causing him to warn Foster to leave. Thor told them that he would stay to help the people get to safety, so Foster decided to stay as well, not wanting to leave Thor, as well as help out.
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[[File:Jane and Erik.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster watches [[Thor]] confront the [[Destroyer]]]]
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After evacuating everyone in the area, Foster watched as [[Sif]] and the [[Warriors Three]] battled the Destroyer. When the Destroyer quickly overpowered the Asgardians, Thor ordered to them run away before they were caught in the destruction. As they went to leave, Foster noticed Thor staying behind to confront the Destroyer, so she stopped, confused on what he was doing.
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[[File:Jane cries over Thor.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster cries over [[Thor]]'s dead body]]
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Foster watched as Thor attempted to apologisze to his [[Loki|brother]], but it did not work, and the Destroyer strikes Thor, sending him flying back. Foster quickly ran to Thor's side to check on him, and he told her that she was now safe as he died from his injury, to the sadness of Foster. As Foster wept over Thor's body, [[Mjølnir]] began to launch from the desert and fly towards them, so [[Erik Selvig]] grabbed her and got her to safety.
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[[File:JaneFoster-Thor.png|thumb|250px|Foster witnesses [[Thor]] regain his powers]]
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When Mjølnir arrived, it helped revive Thor, who caught the hammer, allowing him to regain his full powers and reveal his true self, much to Foster's amazement as she witnessed everything he had told her to be true. Foster continued to watch as Thor battled the Destroyer in the sky, ultimately defeating it, saving them from the danger that Loki had unleashed.<ref name="T"/>
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====Left Behind====
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[[File:Thor Jane town.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster and [[Thor]] speak with [[Phil Coulson]]]]
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{{Quote|I must go back to [[Asgard]], but I give you my word, I will return for you. Deal?<br>"Deal.|[[Thor]] and Jane Foster|Thor (film)}}
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[[Thor]] then returned to his friends, with Foster commenting on his new [[Asgardian Armor|armor]] he was wearing, which she liked. Thor then announced that he needed to confront [[Loki]], but were stopped when [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] arrived. Thor confronted [[Phil Coulson]], telling him to return the items he took from Foster, which he complied with, wanting her to continue her research.
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[[File:Thor Jane kiss.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster passionately kisses [[Thor]] goodbye]]
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Thor then invited Foster to accompany him to see the [[Bifrost Bridge]], which she accepted, so he held her tight and flew them out to the desert. When they arrived at the Bifrost site, Thor discovered [[Heimdall]] not responding. After some delay, the Bifrost then opened and Thor told Foster that he needed to return to [[Asgard]] to stop Loki, but he would return for her after. Foster then passionately kissed Thor goodbye, accepting his promise.
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[[File:Jane is left behind.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster realizes that [[Thor]] is not returning]]
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Thor and the other [[Asgardians]] then departed from [[Earth]] and Foster stayed at the site with [[Erik Selvig]] and [[Darcy Lewis]] to wait for him. While they waited, they noticed where the Bifrost opened to begin producing dark lighting clouds, much to their concern. After some time, they then saw the Bifrost opening completely disappear before them, saddening Foster as she felt that Thor had abandoned her. They then decided to leave, accepting that Thor was not returning.<ref name="T"/>
   
 
===Away from Thor===
 
===Away from Thor===
 
====Working with S.H.I.E.L.D.====
 
====Working with S.H.I.E.L.D.====
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[[File:Jane-Foster-searches-for-Thor.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster decides to search for [[Thor]]]]
 
{{Quote|Of course you can have your equipment back. You're gonna need it to continue your research.|[[Phil Coulson]] to Jane Foster|Thor (film)}}
 
{{Quote|Of course you can have your equipment back. You're gonna need it to continue your research.|[[Phil Coulson]] to Jane Foster|Thor (film)}}
After [[Thor]]'s departure, Foster entered a partnership with [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]], sharing with them the information Thor shared with her regarding the [[Nine Realms]], making her something of an expert adviser regarding [[Asgard]]ian cosmology. With S.H.I.E.L.D.'s resources, Foster worked extensively in her attempts to create an artificial [[wormhole]] with hopes of reuniting with Thor in [[Asgard]]. She nearly succeeded after months of work, but yet again, Foster eventually failed. [[Darcy Lewis]] tried to convince her to wait, citing that Thor had promised her he would return for her, but Foster was worried he would not.<ref name="TTDWP">''[[Thor: The Dark World Prelude]]''</ref>
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After [[Thor]]'s departure, Foster entered a partnership with [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]], providing them the information Thor shared with her regarding the [[Nine Realms]], making her something of an expert adviser regarding [[Asgard]]ian cosmology. With S.H.I.E.L.D.'s resources, Foster worked extensively in her attempts to create an artificial [[wormhole]] with hopes of reuniting with Thor in [[Asgard]]. She nearly succeeded after months of work, but yet again, Foster eventually failed. [[Darcy Lewis]] tried to convince her to wait, citing that Thor had promised her he would return for her, but Foster was worried he would not.<ref name="TTDWP">''[[Thor: The Dark World Prelude]]''</ref>
   
 
====[[Chitauri Invasion]]====
 
====[[Chitauri Invasion]]====
[[File:Tromsø.png|thumb|250px|Foster is moved to a research base in [[Tromsø]]]]
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[[File:Tromsø.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster is moved to a research base in [[Tromsø]]]]
 
{{Quote|As soon as [[Loki]] took the [[Erik Selvig|doctor]], we moved Jane Foster. We've got an excellent observatory in [[Tromsø]]. She was asked to consult there very suddenly yesterday. Handsome fee, private plane, very remote. She'll be safe.|[[Phil Coulson]] to [[Thor]]|The Avengers}}
 
{{Quote|As soon as [[Loki]] took the [[Erik Selvig|doctor]], we moved Jane Foster. We've got an excellent observatory in [[Tromsø]]. She was asked to consult there very suddenly yesterday. Handsome fee, private plane, very remote. She'll be safe.|[[Phil Coulson]] to [[Thor]]|The Avengers}}
In [[2012]], [[Thor]]'s brother [[Loki]] made an alliance with the [[Chitauri]] and declared [[Chitauri Invasion|war]] on humanity. When [[Erik Selvig]] was abducted by Loki, Foster and [[Darcy Lewis]] were instantly moved to an observatory in [[Tromsø]] by [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] for their own protection. Also during this time, Thor was transported back to Earth to contest his brother; Foster had no immediate knowledge of his return.<ref>''[[The Avengers]]''</ref>
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In [[2012]], [[Thor]]'s brother [[Loki]] made an alliance with the [[Chitauri]] and declared [[Chitauri Invasion|war]] on humanity. When [[Erik Selvig]] was mind controlled by Loki, Foster and [[Darcy Lewis]] were immediately moved to an observatory in [[Tromsø]] by [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] for their own protection. During this time, Thor was transported back to [[Earth]] to stop his brother; Foster had no immediate knowledge of his return.<ref>''[[The Avengers]]''</ref>
   
 
====Resignation====
 
====Resignation====
[[File:Iquit.jpg|thumb|left|250px|Foster gives up on finding [[Thor]]]]
 
 
{{Quote|[[Thor]] was [[New York City|here]] and he just left again. No message, nothing. Not a word. For the last year, every waking thought I had was of finding him. All the work I did was for nothing. So that's it. I'm done.|Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World Prelude}}
 
{{Quote|[[Thor]] was [[New York City|here]] and he just left again. No message, nothing. Not a word. For the last year, every waking thought I had was of finding him. All the work I did was for nothing. So that's it. I'm done.|Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World Prelude}}
While in Tromsø, Foster was left in the dark regarding her sudden and immediate transfer, and became frustrated when she was not given an explanation. During an attempt to confront one of the scientists, [[Darcy Lewis]] showed her live footage of [[Thor]] in Manhattan fighting the [[Chitauri]] in the [[Battle of New York]].
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While in [[Tromsø]], Foster was left in the dark regarding her sudden and immediate transfer, and became frustrated when she was not given an explanation. During an attempt to confront one of the scientists, [[Darcy Lewis]] showed her live footage of [[Thor]] in Manhattan fighting the [[Chitauri]] in the [[Battle of New York]].
   
Foster and Lewis flew to [[New York City]] and reunited with [[Erik Selvig]], who was visibly shaken after being brainwashed by [[Loki]]. Jane asked Selvig regarding Thor's whereabouts and was downtrodden to learn that he had already returned to [[Asgard]]. Despite comfort from Lewis, Foster was upset that while she had spent a year trying to create a [[wormhole]] in order to reunite with him, Thor had found a way to return to [[Earth]] and yet chose not to reunite with her or even leave her a message, prompting her to resign from [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] and move on with her life.<ref name="TTDWP"/>
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Foster and Lewis flew to [[New York City]] and reunited with [[Erik Selvig]], who was visibly shaken after being brainwashed by [[Loki]]. Foster asked Selvig about Thor's whereabouts and was downtrodden to learn that he had already returned to [[Asgard]]. Despite comfort from Lewis, Foster was upset that while she had spent a year trying to create a [[wormhole]] in order to reunite with him, Thor had found a way to return to [[Earth]] and yet chose not to reunite with her or even leave her a message, prompting her to resign from [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] and move on with her life.<ref name="TTDWP"/>
   
===The Convergence===
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====Moving to London====
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{{Quote|I came [[London|here]] because you said you were onto something, and then you vanish.|Jane Foster to [[Erik Selvig]]'s voicemail|Thor: The Dark World}}
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A year later, Foster received a call from [[Erik Selvig]], who, after spending several months enduring psychiatric care, had traveled to [[London]] without her knowledge. Selvig explained to Foster that he had discovered a series of bizarre anomalies in London, and needed her to come to London and meet with him. Foster traveled to London, accompanied by [[Darcy Lewis]], but Selvig was nowhere to be found.
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Foster moved into her mother's house, which she and Lewis operated out of to conduct their research, which Foster had personally given up on. Despite deciding to move on from [[Thor]], Foster found herself struggling to move on from him, spending most of her days in her mother's house, moping around in her pyjamas, hardly showering.<ref name="TTDW">''[[Thor: The Dark World]]''</ref>
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===[[Convergence|The Convergence]]===
 
====Interrupted Date====
 
====Interrupted Date====
[[File:JaneDate TTDW-0.png|thumb|250px|Foster on her date with [[Richard Madison]]]]
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[[File:Jane London.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster on her date with [[Richard Madison]]]]
{{Quote|So what's the story with you?"<br>"Why does there have to be a story, there's no story.|[[Richard Madison]] and Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World}}
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{{Quote|I'm sure it's nothing."<br>"It doesn't look like nothing. It kind of looks like the readings that [[Erik Selvig|Erik]] was rambling about.|Jane Foster and [[Darcy Lewis]]|Thor: The Dark World}}
A year later, Foster was struggling to forget [[Thor]] and successfully move on. Foster received a call from [[Erik Selvig]], who, after spending several months enduring psychiatric care, had traveled to [[London]] without her knowledge. Selvig explained to Foster that he had discovered a series of bizarre anomalies in London, and needed her to come to London and meet with him. Accompanied by [[Darcy Lewis]], Foster traveled to London, where they took up residence in a flat that Selvig had rented. However, Selvig was nowhere to be found.
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Some time later, Foster would be asked out on a date by [[Richard Madison]], which she accepted to try and help get over [[Thor]]. However, when they went to a restaurant, Foster spent most of the date hiding behind her menu, still finding it hard to move on.
[[File:DarcyJaneTTDW.png|thumb|250px|left|[[Darcy Lewis]] interrupts Foster's date]]
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[[File:JaneDate TTDW-0.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster talks about her previous relationship]]
Some time later, Jane went on a date with [[Richard Madison]]. As he asked her questions about her personal life, she alluded to Thor and shifted the attention to him. He then mentioned how his fianceé had cheated on him having slept with other guys. Suddenly, however, [[Darcy Lewis]] appeared, who Richard mistaked for a waitress. Interrupting their date, Darcy revealed a location where a number of portals have appeared. Despite her reluctance, Jane left the restaurant and headed to the abandoned warehouse with Darcy and her intern [[Ian Boothby]].<ref name="TTDW"/>
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Madison then initiated a conversation, asking Foster what her story was, suspecting it had something to do with another man. Foster alluded to Thor, informing Madison that he was [[Asgard|away]]. Madison then informed Foster of a previous relationship, where his girlfriend cheated on him while in [[New York]].
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[[File:Jane on her date.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster's date is interrupted by [[Darcy Lewis]]]]
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Suddenly, [[Darcy Lewis]] showed up and interrupted their date, informing Foster that the [[Phase Meter]] started acting up. When Foster looked at it, including banging it on the table, she brushed it off as nothing, but Lewis believed it to be the readings [[Erik Selvig]] mentioned to them. However, Foster told Lewis to go away, so she did, allowing Foster to return to her date. As the date continued, Foster couldn't help but be distracted by what she had seen, so Madison to let Foster leave the date to go with her friend.<ref name="TTDW"/>
   
 
====Possessed by the Aether====
 
====Possessed by the Aether====
[[File:Thor_the_dark_world_0566.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster investigates something in a warehouse]]
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[[File:Jane called by Darcy.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster arrives at the anomaly's location]]
{{Quote|I saw you on TV, you were... you were in [[New York City|New York]]!"<br>"Jane, I fought to protect you from the dangers of my world, but I was wrong. I was a fool, but I believe fate brought us together.|[[Thor]] to Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World}}
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{{Quote|I haven't seen readings like this since... Since..."<br>"[[Thor|New Mexico]]?|Jane Foster and [[Darcy Lewis]]|Thor: The Dark World}}
Heading to the warehouse, the trio discovered three kids who also observed the portals. Exploring the facility, they saw a truck suspended in the air. While Lewis and Boothby were observing the event, Foster herself decided to investigate the anomaly. She overheard Darcy question Ian if he threw the car keys into the portal, which he didn't respond to. Jane continued to follow the location of the portal, while hearing her colleagues playing with the kids.
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Foster then joined [[Darcy Lewis]] in her car, as she knew she would come, much to Foster's annoyance. As they drove to the location, Foster was shocked when she discovered [[Ian Boothby]] in the backseat, who was Lewis' intern. Foster then tried to contact [[Erik Selvig]] to tell him about their discovery, but was once again was unsuccessful in reaching him. When they arrived, Foster explored the area until Lewis called her and they went towards the warehouse.
[[File:JaneDiscoversAether.png|left|thumb|250px|Foster discovers the [[Reality Stone|Aether]]]]
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[[File:Janewitnessesanomoly.png|thumb|250px|Foster discovers an anomaly in the warehouse]]
Suddenly, Jane was swallowed by the portal, which transported her to an [[Nine Realms|alien world.]] Arriving on the new planet, Jane attempted to call for Darcy, but heard no response. While exploring her new surroundings, Foster discovered a [[Chamber|shrine]]; when she touched it, it opened, and a [[Reality Stone|mysterious force]] slithered out of it and infested her body. The shock of this event caused her to pass out. Her discovery of the Aether inadvertently awoke [[Malekith]] and his surviving army of [[Dark Elves]].
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When they entered the warehouse, they discovered three kids inside, who asked if they were the police. Foster revealed to them that she was a scientist and asked if she could see what they had found, so they brought them to a truck that was levitating in the air, which one of the kids was able to flip over with ease, to Foster's awe.
[[File:JaneThorLondon.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster and [[Thor]] are finally reunited again]]
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[[File:Janelooksatreadings.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster analyzing the anomaly]]
Waking up, Foster found herself back in the warehouse, where she was found by Lewis. Foster noticed the police investigating the warehouse and frisking Ian Boothby, and Lewis explained that it was the only thing she thought of. After Lewis explained that Foster had been absent for at least five hours, police showed up and attempted to incarcerate the scientists for trespassing.
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The kids then showed them up a stairwell, where one of the kids dropped a bottle down that suddenly vanished on the way down. When Foster asked where it went, the bottle reappeared from higher up. Excited by this anomaly, Foster threw a can, but it did not return, which one of the kids revealed sometimes things don't return. Foster started to analyze the anomaly, noting how the readings were similar to when [[Thor]] arrived in [[New Mexico]].
[[File:Thor & Jane Bifrost.png|left|thumb|250px|[[Thor]] takes Foster to [[Asgard]]]]
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[[File:Janebeingpulledintoportal.png|thumb|250px|Foster being transported through a portal]]
Suddenly, Thor appeared, having been alerted by Foster's absence. She was initially furious at Thor for leaving abruptly back in [[New Mexico]], but forgave him when he told her that he only did what he did to keep her safe. When one of the police officers attempted to arrest Foster, the mysterious force, by now completely bonded with her nervous system, reacted violently and forced the police away from her. Realizing that Foster's infection was beyond human containment, Thor brought her to Asgard via the [[Bifrost Bridge]].<ref name="TTDW">''[[Thor: The Dark World]]''</ref>
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Leaving the others to play with the portal, Foster went to investigate the anomaly, detecting more readings as she explored the warehouse. When Foster came across a dark hallway, the [[Phase Meter]] started to emit stronger and wilder readings as a powerful gust of wind emerged. Suddenly, Foster was mysteriously pulled forward and swallowed through a portal.
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[[File:Thor_The_Dark_World_Jane_04.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster discovering the [[Aether]] in the [[Chamber]]]]
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Foster was transported to an [[Nine Realms|alien world]], much to her shock, where she attempted to call out for help, but there was no response. Foster then explored her surroundings, where she discovered the [[Chamber]], possessing an unknown [[Aether|red substance]] inside it. When Foster looked inside, the substance latched itself onto her, slithered out and was absorbed into her.
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[[File:Jane Aether.jpg|thumb|250px|The [[Aether]] being fused into Foster's body]]
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After entering through her hand and now completely surging through her body, Foster became terrified, not knowing what was happening to her. In shock, Foster then passed out, allowing the substance to take control over her and started to grow stronger. Fiver hours later, Foster was transported back to the warehouse, where she awoke, unsure of what just happened to her.<ref name="TTDW"/>
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====Reunited with Thor====
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[[File:Jane rain.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster notices the rain's odd behaviour]]
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{{Quote|I saw you on TV. You were in [[New York]]!"<br>"Jane, I [[Battle of New York|fought]] to protect you from the dangers of my [[Loki|world]] but I was wrong. I was a fool. But I believe that fate brought us together.|Jane Foster and [[Thor]]|Thor: The Dark World}}
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Foster then exited the warehouse, where she discovered the police had arrived and were talking to [[Darcy Lewis]], who had called them. Foster was mad at her for ruining their unimpeded access to the anomaly, which she now feared that [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] would arrive and take over, but Lewis revealed that she had been gone for five hours.
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[[File:Jane and Thor reunited 1.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster and [[Thor]] are finally reunited again]]
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When it started to rain, Foster noticed none of it was occurring around them, to their confusion. However, the cause for strange rain occurrence was revealed when Foster spotted [[Thor]], who had returned to [[Earth]], standing before them. Foster then walked over to Thor, with the rain still not going on her, and slapped him to check if he was real, due to experiencing several strange occurrences that day.
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[[File:Jane mad at Thor.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster learns why [[Thor]] never returned for her]]
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Now certain that it is him, Foster slapped Thor again for leaving her and never coming back even though he promised her he would. When Foster asked where Thor was, he asked the same question back, informing her that [[Heimdall]] could not see her. However, Foster ignored it, telling Thor about how she was distraught after he left. Thor then explained to her that he was unable to return for her, as the [[Bifrost Bridge]] was destroyed and he needed to protect the [[Nine Realms]] from the chaos that ensued.
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[[File:Jane and Thor about to kiss.png|thumb|250px|Foster and [[Thor]] almost about to kiss]]
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Foster then brought up that she saw Thor on TV when he was in [[New York]] with the [[Avengers]], but he once again explained that it was to protect [[Earth]] form the dangers of his world. Thor then expressed that he was wrong for allowing his duty to not return to Foster, and that he believed it was fate that had brought them together once again. Finally reunited with each other, Thor attempted to express his love for Foster, as they moved in to kiss.
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[[File:Jane Aether blast.png|thumb|250px|left|The [[Aether]] protects Foster from the police]]
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They were interrupted when Lewis walked over to them to inform Foster that they were about to be arrested. Foster then left her moment with Thor to deal with the police, who questioned whether she knew [[Ian Boothby]], who they were frisking. An officer then told Foster that she was trespassing on private property, and when he went to grab her, the substance fused in her reacted, releasing a powerful blast of energy, knocking the officer away.
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[[File:Thor & Jane Bifrost.png|thumb|250px|Foster travels to [[Asgard]] in the [[Bifrost Bridge]]]]
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This blast caused Foster to fall to the ground, and Thor rushed to check on her, protecting her from the police, who wanted to take her in. Knowing that there was something wrong with her that was beyond human containment, Thor decided to call upon the Bifrost to take her to [[Asgard]]. Foster held onto Thor as they travelled from Earth in the Bifrost, being amazed by what she was experiencing, and long dreamed of doing.<ref name="TTDW"/>
   
 
====Learning of the Aether====
 
====Learning of the Aether====
[[File:Janeexamined-0.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster being examined by [[Eir]]]]
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[[File:Jane in Asgard.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster arrives in [[Asgard]] for the first time]]
{{Quote|That's a quantum field generator, isn't it?"<br>"It's a [[Soul Forge]].|Jane Foster and [[Eir]]|Thor: The Dark World}}
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{{Quote|There are relics that pre-date the universe itself. [[Reality Stone|What]] lies within her appears to be one of [[Infinity Stones|them]].|[[Odin]] to Jane Foster and [[Thor]]|Thor: The Dark World}}
As [[Thor]] and Jane Foster exited the [[Bifrost Bridge]], the gatekeeper, [[Heimdall]], greeted her and welcomed her to Asgard as it had been her first time visiting the realm. Worried about her condition, Thor had Jane treated by a group of Asgardian physicians led by [[Eir]]. During her analysis, Jane surprised Thor and Eir with her knowledge of the [[Soul Forge]]. However, another physician warned Thor that Foster would not survive her condition.
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When they exited the [[Bifrost Bridge]], Foster expressed her enjoyment travelling in it. Arriving in [[Himinbjorg]], Foster noticed [[Heimdall]], who welcomed her to [[Asgard]].
[[File:Jane Foster Odin.png|thumb|250px|left| Foster witnesses [[Odin]]'s arrival]]
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[[File:Janeexamined.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster being examined in the [[Soul Forge]]]]
Suddenly, King [[Odin]], having sensed her presence on Asgard, unexpectedly entered the medical city, and firmly expressed that Jane did not belong on Asgard. A worried Thor tried to convince Odin that she was ill, only for the King to remind Thor that her world had doctors, which could treat her. As Asgardian guards attempted to remove her, the [[Aether]] released a shockwave of energy, blowing the guards back.
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Worried about her condition, Thor brought Foster to a group of [[Asgardians|Asgardian]] physicians to be examined. While Foster was in the [[Soul Forge]], she couldn't resist the urge to ask questions about it. After an inspection, she realized that the Soul Forge was just like a quantum field generator, spurring the physicians with her level of knowledge.
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[[File:Jane meets Odin.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster witnesses [[Odin]]'s arrival]]
[[File:Thor, Odin and Jane.jpg|thumb|250px| Foster learns the [[Aether]]'s history from [[Odin]]]]
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Suddenly, [[Odin]] entered the room, where he expressed that Foster does not belong on Asgard, being a [[Humans|mortal]], despite Thor telling him she was sick. Insulted by Odin's words against her, Foster spoke up, only to be informed that he was King of Asgard, Thor's father, and that he knew who Foster was.
Odin discerned the mysterious force within Jane's body as the [[Aether]]. Reading ancient scripts from the [[Book of Yggdrasil]], Odin revealed that the Aether was an [[Infinity Stones|Infinity Stone]] created by the leader of the [[Dark Elves]], [[Malekith]], who attempted to use its power to transform the universe into dark matter. Jane curiously asked Odin if he knew how to extract the Aether from her body, only for him to say that he did not know.<ref name="TTDW"/>
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[[File:Jane faint after Aether.png|thumb|250px|Foster's body is drained more by the [[Aether]]]]
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Thor tried to convince Odin that Foster was ill, only for the King to remind him that her world had doctors, which could treat her. Odin then ordered guards to escort Foster out of Asgard, but when they touched her, the [[Aether]] reacted again to protect her, knocking away the guards. Odin then understood the severity of Foster's illness and examined her, determining that the Aether was protecting itself, not Foster.
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[[File:Thor, Odin and Jane.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster learns the [[Aether]]'s history from [[Odin]]]]
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Odin then showed Foster and Thor the [[Book of Yggdrasil]] and explained the history of the Aether, an [[Infinity Stones|Infinity Stone]] that takes the form of a liquid, unlike the other stones. Odin also explained how it has the power to change matter and that it seeks out host bodies, where it draws its strength. Foster then asked Odin if he knew how to get the Aether out of her, but he didn't know.<ref name="TTDW"/>
   
 
====[[Sacking of Asgard]]====
 
====[[Sacking of Asgard]]====
[[File:Jane Foster & Thor Odinson.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster and [[Thor]] discuss their relationship]]
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[[File:Jane Foster (Avengers Endgame).png|thumb|250px|Foster being escorted to her chambers]]
{{Quote|Listen to me now, I need you to do everything I ask, and no questions."<br>"Yes, ma'am.|[[Frigga]] and Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World}}
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{{Quote|Listen to me now. I need you to do everything I ask, no questions."<br>"Yes, ma'am.|[[Frigga]] and Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World}}
Fearing her safety, Thor decided to have Foster stay in [[Asgard]] until the [[Asgardians]] identified a way to remove the [[Reality Stone|Aether]] from her body. After a rest, she and Thor walked through the Asgardian palace and discussed their relationship. When Jane questioned how Thor knew how to find her, he noted that [[Heimdall]] had lost sight of her, and he knew to look in the [[Nine Realms]]. After explaining to her that the Aether had awoken due to the beginning of the [[Convergence]], the two came close and shared a kiss.
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Not able to remove the [[Aether]] from her body, [[Thor]] decided to keep Foster in [[Asgard]] for her own safety.<ref name="TTDW"/> Foster was escorted to her chambers, where a maiden provided her some clothes, although she attempted to request something with pants, to the maiden's confusion.<ref name="AE"/>
[[File:Thor Jane love Dark World.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster and [[Thor]] share a kiss]]
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[[File:Thor-1.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster walking through [[Asgard]] with [[Thor]]]]
Unbeknownst to both of them, [[Frigga]] watched their conversation and teased them. Jane then greeted the Queen of Asgard. However, commotion erupted from the [[Asgardian Dungeons]], prompting Thor to head to the place to end the chaos, while Frigga promised to guard Foster. Entering the [[Asgardian Palace]], Frigga and Odin had an intimate conversation as [[Sif]] stared at Foster.
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After Foster rested, she went to explore Asgard, where she became captivated by the [[Magnetic-Propulsion Ball]], believing it could advance [[Earth]] science significantly. Foster was then joined by Thor, who informed Foster that she had accidnelyy taken a ball from some kids, so she returned it.<ref name="TTDWDS">''[[Thor: The Dark World]]'' [[List of Deleted Scenes|Deleted Scene]]</ref> The two took a walk around the [[Royal Palace of Valaskjalf]]. During their walk, Foster asked Thor how he knew to find her when she was in trouble. Thor explained to Foster how [[Heimdall]] could not see her on [[Earth]] when she discovered the Aether.
[[File:FriggaAdvisingJaneFoster-0.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster is protected by [[Frigga]]]]
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[[File:Thor Jane love Dark World.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Thor]] teaches Foster about the [[Convergence]]]]
Frigga revealed to Foster that Asgard was under [[Sacking of Asgard|siege]] and instructed her to do everything she told her. [[Malekith]] and the [[Dark Elves]], who were awoken from the hibernation by the Convergence led an assault on Asgard, with [[Algrim]] having transformed himself into a Kursed warrior and causing the chaos in the Asgardian Dungeons by liberating numerous amounts of prisoners to distract [[Thor]].
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Thor then taught Foster about the [[Convergence]], an event where the [[Nine Realms]] align perfectly, which was how Foster was transported from Earth to the Aether's location. Listening to Thor explain things to her, Foster found herself immediately falling back in love with him, and the two shared a kiss.
[[File:Frigga ThorTDW.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster witnesses [[Frigga]] about to duel [[Malekith]]]]
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[[File:Friggajanethor.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster learning of the [[Sacking of Asgard]]]]
Eventually, the Dark Elves crashed into the Asgardian Palace, allowing Malekith to infiltrate Frigga's chambers. As Foster ran away from the ruthless Dark Elf leader helplessly, Frigga instantly demanded him to surrender to her. Malekith ignored her warning, forcing Frigga to viciously duel him. Despite Malekith's efforts, Frigga managed to overwhelm him, until she was captured and restrained by [[Kurse]]. Malekith attempted to draw the Aether from Jane, only for him to discover that Foster was an illusion. Enraged, Malekith tacitly ordered Kurse to kill her. After her death, a funeral was given to the fallen Asgardians, which Foster attended.<ref name="TTDW"/>
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Scared on what would happen to her, Thor promised Foster he would find a way to save her. The two were then joined by [[Frigga]], who Thor informed Foster was his mother, which made her nervous as she greeted the Queen. Soon after, they noticed a commotion from the [[Asgardian Dungeons]], so Frigga told Thor to investigate it, promising to look after Foster.
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[[File:FriggaAdvisingJaneFoster.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster protected by [[Frigga]] during the [[Sacking of Asgard|skirmish]]]]
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Foster then stayed with Frigga as she went to find [[Odin]], expressing her concern for his safety. As the two had an intimate conversation, Foster noticed [[Sif]] walk by, and the two stared at each other, although for different reasons. Frigga then armed herself and asked Foster to do everything she asked with no questions, which she complied with. Frigga then brought Foster to her chambers and created an illusion of her.
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[[File:Frigga ThorTDW.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster's illusion being protected from [[Malekith]]]]
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Foster then hid as [[Malekith]] entered the chambers, where he was confronted by Frigga. Malekith then revealed he came for the Aether inside Foster, so Frigga attacked the Dark Elf to protect Foster. After a brief duel, Frigga overwhelmed Malekith, but was stopped when [[Kurse]] entered, who restrained her. Malekith then approached Foster, only to discover the illusion Frigga had cast, causing him to order Kurse to kill the Queen. When Thor arrived, Malekith retreated, and Foster came out of hiding, finding Frigga dead.
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[[File:Thor-frigga-funeral.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster and [[Thor]] attend the funeral for [[Frigga]]]]
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That night, a funeral was held for those who were killed in the skirmish, including the Queen of Asgard, who died protecting Foster from the [[Dark Elves]]. Foster attended the ceremony to pay her respects to Frigga. During the funeral, Foster stood with Thor to support him as they watched Frigga's spirit ascend to [[Valhalla]].<ref name="TTDW"/>
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====Imprisonment====
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[[File:Dark Eyes - Jane Foster.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster receiving a vision from the [[Aether]]]]
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{{Quote|Jane Foster? You need to come with us."<br>"What?"<br>"The [[Odin|Allfather]] has ordered her confined to chambers.|[[Tyr]] and [[Thor]]|Thor: The Dark World}}
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The next day, while Foster was sitting in her chambers, the [[Aether]] gave her a vision of [[Asgard]] consumed by the its darkness. When she snapped out of it,<ref name="TTDW"/> Foster decided to visit [[Yggdrasil]] in the [[Hall of Science]] so she could work, as it helped her when she didn't know what to do.
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[[File:Hallofscience.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster learning more about the [[Aether]]]]
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Foster was able to understand how to operate it very quickly, where she learned more about the Aether. When Thor entered, Foster apologized, blaming herself for [[Frigga]]'s death, but Thor told her it wasn't her fault. Foster then informed Thor of her discoveries, when they were interrupted by [[Tyr]], who came to imprison Foster under [[Odin]]'s orders. Thor refused to let her be imprisoned, but Foster agreed to be taken, not wanting to cause anymore problems.<ref name="TTDWDS"/>
   
 
====Liberation====
 
====Liberation====
[[File:Loki punched.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster slaps [[Loki]] for [[Battle of New York|attacking]] [[New York]]]]
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[[File:Loki punched.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster punching [[Loki]] for [[Battle of New York|attacking]] [[New York]]]]
{{Quote|I'm not hungry."<br>"Good, let's go.|Jane Foster and [[Sif]]|Thor: The Dark World}}
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{{Quote|I'm not hungry."<br>"Good. Let's go.|Jane Foster and [[Sif]]|Thor: The Dark World}}
Devastated by his wife's death, Odin ordered Foster incarcerated, intending to use her as bate to lure out [[Malekith]] and kill him in revenge. However, Thor formulated a plot to liberate both [[Loki]] and Foster with the [[Warriors Three]] so as to draw the [[Dark Elves]] away from [[Asgard]] and hopefully triumph over them, without sacrificing more Asgardian lives. Acting under Thor's orders, [[Sif]] rescued Foster, who was being guarded by [[Einherjar]] soldiers.
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Imprisoned in her chambers, Foster was brought a meal, which she refused, just as [[Sif]] arrived and knocked out the two guards. Sif told Foster to come with her, as she was freeing her as apart of [[Thor]]'s plan to defeat [[Malekith]]. Foster was reunited with Thor, as well as his brother [[Loki]], who she recognised from his [[Battle of New York|attack]] on [[New York]], so she punched him.
[[File:Thor Jane Loki Sif.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster, [[Loki]], and [[Thor]] prepare to leave [[Asgard]]]]
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[[File:Jane fainting.png|thumb|250px|Foster faints while escaping [[Asgard]]]]
Regrouping with Thor and Loki, Foster then approached him and proceeded to slap him on the face for his involvement in the [[Battle of New York]] as he attempted to introduce himself to her. While Sif and Volstagg challenged the [[Einherjar]], the three fugitives attempted to escape on an abandoned [[Dark Elf Harrow]], only for them to be pursued by Asgardian Skiffs commanded by the Einherjar. With [[Fandral]]'s help, the three piloted a Skiff and managed to escape through a hidden portal to Svartalfheim.
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When the [[Einherjar]] arrived to stop them, Thor escaped with Foster and Loki to leave [[Asgard]], while Sif stayed behind to give them time. They came across [[Volstagg]], who was waiting for them by a [[Dark Elf Harrow|Harrow]] ship for them to escape in. Once they boarded the ship, Thor, after several failed attempts, managed to fly them out of the [[Royal Palace of Valaskjalf]]. While escaping, Foster became faint due to the Aether draining her, causing her to collapse.
[[File:Thor jane loki.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster, [[Loki]], and [[Thor]] arrive on [[Svartalfheim]]]]
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[[File:Thor-HoldingJFoster-AsgardEscape.jpg|thumb|250px|left|[[Thor]] carrying a fainted Foster out of Asgard]]
Having been transported to Svartalfheim, the three explored the littered wastelands of destroyed [[Ark|Arks]] from the [[First Dark Elf Conflict]]. While Thor and Loki fought before forming a truce, Jane, having been awoken by the [[Aether]], alerted the two Asgardians that they were in [[Malekith]]'s proximity. The three then noticed [[Malekith]], [[Kurse]], and his [[Dark Elves]] witnessing their arrival from a cliff.<ref name="TTDW"/>
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When they reached the [[Rainbow Bridge]], Thor picked up Foster and exited the ship, landing in an [[Asgardian Skiff]] piloted by [[Fandral]]. Thor then laid Foster down so she could rest, as Loki took control of the skiff to take them a secret portal. Loki was successful in helping Foster and Thor escape Asgard and arrive in [[Svartalfheim]].<ref name="TTDW"/>
   
====[[Second Battle of Svartalfheim]]====
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====[[Second Battle of Svartalfheim|Free of the Aether]]====
[[File:Jane-Aether.png|thumb|250px|Foster is "betrayed" by [[Loki]]]]
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[[File:Janeasleep.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster rests after arriving in [[Svartalfheim]]]]
{{Quote|[[Malekith|He]]'s gonna unleash [[Aether|it]], not just on [[Asgard]] or a star. [[Malekith]] is gonna destroy everything."<br>"How? Jane, how?"<br>"I saw him go to [[Earth]]. Why would he go to Earth?"<br>"The [[Convergence]].|Jane Foster to [[Thor]]|Thor: The Dark World}}
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{{Quote|None of this would have happened if I hadn't found the [[Aether]]."<br>"Then [[Malekith]] would've only possessed it that much sooner.|Jane Foster and [[Thor]]|Thor: The Dark World}}
Thor and Loki, having formulated a plan to finally destroy the [[Aether]] and end [[Malekith]]'s reign, confronted the Dark Elves. As Thor cut Loki's handcuffs thus freeing him, Loki "betrayed" his brother by stabbing him with one of his daggers. Throwing him and Jane down the cliff so that they could face the Dark Elves, Loki bargained using the Aether, under the condition that he could watch Asgard fall.
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Having successfully arrived in [[Svartalfheim]], [[Loki]] piloted them through the wastelands from [[First Dark Elf Conflict]] as Foster continued to rest on the [[Asgardian Skiff]] as she was getting weaker from the [[Aether]].
[[File:JaneFoster-Aether.jpg|thumb|250px|left|The [[Aether]] is extracted from Foster's body]]
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[[File:Thor jane loki.png|thumb|250px|left|The [[Aether]] alerts Foster of [[Malekith]]]]
Considering his bargain, Malekith then drew the [[Aether]] from Foster's body, due to his strong connection with the weapon. As the Aether was drained out of Jane's body and came close to absorbing Malekith, Loki then cut the illusion, allowing Thor to summon [[Mjølnir]], which he used in his attempt to destroy the Aether. However, the weapon was barely affected by the blast of lightning, due to it being an [[Infinity Stones|Infinity Stone]].
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Soon after, Foster was awoken by the Aether, allowing her to alert [[Thor]] and Loki that they were approaching [[Malekith]]'s location. They then exited the skiff and continued on foot, where they reach the top of a cliff, spotting the [[Dark Elves]] exiting an [[Ark]]. Thor then checked if Foster was ready, preparing to execute his plan to have the Aether removed from her body, which she confirmed she was.
[[File:Loki saving Jane.jpg|thumb|250px|[[Loki]] protects Foster from the [[Aether]]]]
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[[File:Jane-Aether.png|thumb|250px|Foster being bragined to [[Malekith]] by [[Loki]]]]
Foster continued to watch as the Aether possessed Malekith. As the Dark Elf leader and a handful of soldiers departed Svartalfheim to [[Earth]] aboard the [[Ark]], [[Kurse]] and several other Dark Elves stayed behind to combat [[Thor]] and [[Loki]]. Eventually, [[Loki]], despite having been fatally wounded by Kurse, managed to kill Algrim. Grieving over his brother's death, Thor then sought refuge in a cave where Foster informed him that Malekith was travelling to Earth to unleash the Aether upon all the Nine Realms once and for all.<ref name="TTDW"/>
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When Thor uncuffed Loki, Foster watched as the God of Mischief betrayed his brother, stating him with one of his [[Loki's Blades|daggers]], unknown to Foster that it was apart of the plan. Foster then chased after Thor, who was kicked down the cliff and had his hand cut off by Loki. When Foster went to check on Thor, she was grabbed by Loki, who used her to bargain with Malekith to watch [[Asgard]] fall.
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[[File:JaneFoster-Aether.jpg|thumb|250px|left|[[Malekith]] extracting the [[Aether]] from Foster]]
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Malekith then commenced removing the Aether from Foster, raising her up and draining it from her body. As the Aether was being removed, Foster saw another vision of Malekith's plan to cover the entire universe in darkness. The Aether was then completely separated from Foster, so Loki cut the illusion, allowing Thor to summon [[Mjølnir]] to destroy the Aether. Thor sent a blast of lightning into the Aether, Loki dived to protect Foster from the explosion.
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[[File:Loki saving Jane.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster witnesses the [[Aether]] reforming]]
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However, they were unsuccessful, as the Aether soon reformed and was absorbed by Malekith. The Dark Elves, having got what they wanted, began to leave, with [[Kurse]] throwing a [[Black Hole Grenade]] at them, causing Loki to push Foster out of the way to save her. Foster got to safety as the two bothers faced off against Kurse and the Dark Elves, allowing Malekith to escape.
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[[File:Foster watches Loki die.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster watches [[Loki]] "die" in [[Thor]]'s arms]]
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The fight came to an end when Loki used a Black Hole Grenade to kill Kurse, also resulting in him being fatally stabbed. Foster then came out of hiding and watched as Loki died in Thor's arms, sharing a look of sadness with Thor as Loki had helped save her life. When a storm came over Svartalfheim, the two found refuge in a cave, where Foster informed Thor of Malekith's plan to go to [[Earth]].<ref name="TTDW"/>
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[[File:Jane phone reception.png|thumb|250px|Foster is called by [[Richard Madison]] in a cave]]
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{{Quote|The walls between worlds will be almost non-existent. Physics is going to go ballistics. Increases and decreases in gravity, spatial extrusions. The very fabric of reality is going to be torn apart.|Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World}}
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When Foster revealed that she only found the [[Aether]] because she was looking for [[Thor]], she suddenly received a phone call from [[Richard Madison]]. Foster answered the call, amazed by the incredible reception she was receiving.
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[[File:"Who's Richard?".png|thumb|250px|left|Foster and [[Thor]] return to [[London]]]]
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Foster then explored the cave for answers only to realize that they were near the portal she discovered in the stairwell back in [[London]]. Foster picked up the car keys that [[Ian Boothby]] threw into the portal, and she and Thor walked through it, being transported to [[Earth]]. Foster and Thor, having returned to London, found [[Darcy Lewis]]' car and used it to return to her [[Jane Foster's Apartment|apartment]], while Thor questioned Foster on Madison, to her annoyance.
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[[File:Jane Apartment 3.png|thumb|250px|Foster and [[Erik Selvig]] reunite in her [[Jane Foster's Apartment|apartment]]]]
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When they entered Foster's apartment, they found Lewis and Boothby inside, who were surprised by their sudden return, not knowing where they had been since they left Earth. Foster then discovered [[Erik Selvig]] was there, too, and they hugged, as she asked for everything he had on the [[Convergence]]. Foster then went to get changed out of her [[Asgardians|Asgardian]] dress, and the group formulated a plan to stop [[Malekith]].
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[[File:JaneDarcy.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster informs the group of [[Malekith]]'s plan]]
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Foster used the vision she saw to inform the rest of Malekith's plan to fire the Aether where the [[Nine Realms]] will connect, increasing its power, causing mass destruction. Selvig was able to figure out Malekith's location to unleash this chaos in {{WPS|Greenwich}}. Foster then stated the importance of stopping Malekith, as the fabric of reality would be torn apart if he is successful.<ref name="TTDW"/>
   
 
====[[Battle of Greenwich]]====
 
====[[Battle of Greenwich]]====
[[File:JaneDarcy.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster explains her plan]]
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[[File:Jane shh.png|thumb|250px|Foster heading to plant a [[Gravimetric Spike]]]]
The two eventually discovered another portal and used it to return to Earth. Reuniting with Selvig, Lewis, and Boothby at Darcy's apartment, Foster explained Malekith's plan, and, following Selvig's research, they [[Battle of Greenwich|confronted]] him in Greenwich, where a number of large portals, each one leading to one of the other eight [[Nine Realms|realms]], had opened. Using teleportation devices created by Selvig, Foster and her colleagues dealt with Malekith's minions while the Dark Elf leader battled Thor.
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{{Quote|How did you do that?"<br>"Well, the gravitational fields interact with the weak spots between worlds, creating rifts."<br>"Ooh, get the [[Dark Elves|guy]] with the sword!|[[Darcy Lewis]] and Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World}}
[[File:JaneandSelvig-TTDW.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster during the [[Battle of Greenwich]]]]
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The group then travelled to {{WPS|Greenwich}} where Foster, [[Erik Selvig]], [[Darcy Lewis]] and [[Ian Boothby]] went around the site planting the [[Gravimetric Spike]]s to disrupt the [[Convergence]]. Foster teamed up with Selvig as they entered the library, where Foster was shushed because her boots were making noises.
However, one of the portals separated the two combatants, and Malekith nearly succeeded in unleashing the Aether upon the other realms. Fortunately, Thor arrived just in time to hurl Selvig's devices at Malekith, allowing Foster to teleport him to Svartalfheim. Malekith's ship, which was damaged in the battle, collapsed and nearly crushed her and Thor, but Selvig used the last of his equipment to transport it to Svartalfheim, where it instead crushed and killed Malekith. The portals above then closed, the Convergence finally over.
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[[File:SelvigDarkWorld.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster activating the [[Gravimetric Spike]]s]]
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When Foster and Selvig planted their spike, an [[Ark]] arrived as the Convergence begun, so they rushed to the top of the tower. As [[Thor]] battled [[Malekith]] on the ground, Foster was attempting to activate the spikes, which Selvig was not sure would work. However, they were still waiting for Lewis and Boothby to finish as Thor continued to buy them time.
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[[File:Jane uses teleporter.png|thumb|250px|Foster teleports the army of [[Dark Elves]]]]
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Foster then went to check on Lewis and Boothby, who had planted their last spike, giving Foster the signal to activate them. With the Convergence fully aligning soon, Foster then began to keep Malekith and the [[Dark Elves]] busy, using the spikes to teleport the Dark Elves through rifts. While using the spikes, Foster accidentally teleported Lewis and Boothby away with two Dark Elves.
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[[File:Jane and Erik running.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster and [[Erik Selvig]] run from the [[Dark Elves]]]]
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Having completed their task, Foster and Selvig then left the tower, warning the people in the library to also get to safety. As the two exited the building, the connection to the spikes was lost, as they were chased by a group of Dark Elves. As they ran away from the Dark Elves, Foster reactivated the spikes, allowing her to teleport them away, while simultaneously teleporting Lewis and Boothby to their location, discovering them making out.
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[[File:ThorJane-MalekithBattle.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster and [[Thor]] discuss defeating [[Malekith]]]]
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With the Convergence aligning and Malekith unleashing the Aether's power, Foster noted that they were out of time and went to retrieve the spikes. When she regrouped with Thor, they informed him that the spikes could still stop Malekith, but they needed to get close, which Thor could do. Thor then took the spikes and headed towards Malekith in the Aether storm, as Foster watched on, standing by to activate them.
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[[File:Jane teleports Malekith.png|thumb|250px|left|Foster successfully teleports [[Malekith]] away]]
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As Thor hurled two spikes at Malekith, Foster activated them, teleporting his arms to [[Svartalfheim]]. When Thor impaled the last spike into Malekith's chest, Foster activated it, teleporting the Dark Elf away from [[Earth]]. With the threat eliminated, Foster checked on Thor, who had been knocked out. Noticing the Ark collapsing, Foster then ran to Thor to try and save him, but he was too heavy, and she couldn't move him.
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[[File:Jane holding Thor.png|thumb|250px|Foster holding onto [[Thor]] before being crushed]]
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With the ship about to crash on top of them, Foster accepted that she couldn't save Thor and decided to hold onto him, not wanting to be without him. While waiting for the ship to crush them, Foster discovered that Selvig had been teleported it away, saving them. Now that the battle was completely over and the Convergence ended, Foster rested herself on Thor as he woke up.<ref name="TTDW"/>
   
 
===Relationship with Thor===
 
===Relationship with Thor===
 
====Thor's Return====
 
====Thor's Return====
[[File:Thorsback.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster kisses [[Thor]] upon his return]]
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[[File:Breakfast.jpg|thumb|250px|left|Foster discusses whether [[Thor]] will return]]
{{Quote|[[Thor|He]]'s gonna come back. Except you know, last time he was gone for like two years."<br>"Well, it's only been two days.|[[Darcy Lewis]] and Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World}}
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{{Quote|[[Thor|He]]'s gonna come back. Except, you know, last time he was gone for like, two years."<br>"Well, it's only been two days, so...|[[Darcy Lewis]] and Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World}}
Thor returned to Asgard briefly to inform his father of his actions.<ref name="TTDW"/> He then returned to Foster on Earth, where he planned to live out his life with her. When Foster was eating breakfast with [[Erik Selvig]], [[Darcy Lewis]] and [[Ian Boothby]], they witnessed Thor arrive outside. Foster was happy to see Thor and rushed outside and the two passionately embraced each other upon his return.<ref>''[[Thor: The Dark World]]'' [[List of Post-credits Scenes|Post-credits Scene]]</ref>
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[[Thor]] told Foster that he had to return to [[Asgard]] to resolve everything with his [[Odin|father]], as he committed treason when they escaped. Two days later, Foster and her friends were having breakfast in her [[Jane Foster's Apartment|apartment]], still waiting for Thor to return, although the others were doubtful if he would anytime soon.
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[[File:Thorsback.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster and [[Thor]] passionately embrace]]
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However, much like last time, Foster still remained hopeful that he would return as promised, especially after how their relationship had developed previously.<ref name="TTDW"/> As Foster sat at the table, she heard the roar of thunder followed by the [[Bifrost Bridge]] appearing outside. When Foster turned around, she became excited to see that Thor had returned, and rushed outside. The two then passionately embraced each other and proceeded to live out a life with each other.<ref>''[[Thor: The Dark World]]'' [[List of Post-credits Scenes|Post-credits Scene]]</ref>
   
 
====Renowned Astrophysicist====
 
====Renowned Astrophysicist====
[[File:Jane Thor.png|thumb|150px|Foster and [[Thor]] at the [[University of London]]]]
 
 
{{Quote|I'm not even sure what country Jane's in. Her work on the [[Convergence]] has made her the world's foremost astronomer.|[[Thor]]|Avengers: Age of Ultron}}
 
{{Quote|I'm not even sure what country Jane's in. Her work on the [[Convergence]] has made her the world's foremost astronomer.|[[Thor]]|Avengers: Age of Ultron}}
 
Due to Thor's celebrity-like status as an [[Avengers|Avenger]], Foster's relationship with him then became publicly known.<ref>''[[Thor: Ragnarok]]''</ref> Foster kept studying the effects of the [[Convergence]] in [[London]],<ref>''[[Avengers: Operation HYDRA]]''</ref> making important discoveries in the field of astrophysics, and becoming a serious candidate for winning a {{WPS|Nobel Prize}} for her work.<ref name="AAoU">''[[Avengers: Age of Ultron]]''</ref> When Foster was showing her work to [[Thor]] at the [[University of London]], they were interrupted by [[J.A.R.V.I.S.]] to inform them that Thor was needed to help [[Battle of Sudan|fight]] [[HYDRA]].<ref>''[[Avengers: Operation HYDRA]]''</ref> Foster later lectured about her experiences on interspace and [[Wormhole|dimensional travel]] at [[WHiH World News]].<ref name="WHiH">''[[WHIH Newsfront Top Stories]]''</ref>
 
Due to Thor's celebrity-like status as an [[Avengers|Avenger]], Foster's relationship with him then became publicly known.<ref>''[[Thor: Ragnarok]]''</ref> Foster kept studying the effects of the [[Convergence]] in [[London]],<ref>''[[Avengers: Operation HYDRA]]''</ref> making important discoveries in the field of astrophysics, and becoming a serious candidate for winning a {{WPS|Nobel Prize}} for her work.<ref name="AAoU">''[[Avengers: Age of Ultron]]''</ref> When Foster was showing her work to [[Thor]] at the [[University of London]], they were interrupted by [[J.A.R.V.I.S.]] to inform them that Thor was needed to help [[Battle of Sudan|fight]] [[HYDRA]].<ref>''[[Avengers: Operation HYDRA]]''</ref> Foster later lectured about her experiences on interspace and [[Wormhole|dimensional travel]] at [[WHiH World News]].<ref name="WHiH">''[[WHIH Newsfront Top Stories]]''</ref>
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====Breaking Up With Thor====
 
====Breaking Up With Thor====
 
{{Quote|Sorry to hear that Jane dumped you."<br>"She didn't dump me, I dumped her. It was a mutual dumping.|Fan and [[Thor]]|Thor: Ragnarok}}
 
{{Quote|Sorry to hear that Jane dumped you."<br>"She didn't dump me, I dumped her. It was a mutual dumping.|Fan and [[Thor]]|Thor: Ragnarok}}
Some time after the [[Ultron Offensive]], Foster broke up with [[Thor]]. Shortly after, Thor left [[Earth]] in order to locate the remaining [[Infinity Stones]], although he briefly returned to [[New York City]] two years later, where he explained to a fan (as well as [[Loki]]) that the breakup was a mutual decision.<ref>''[[Thor: Ragnarok]]''</ref>
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Some time after the [[Ultron Offensive]], Foster broke up with [[Thor]]. Shortly after, Thor left [[Earth]] in order to locate the remaining [[Infinity Stones]], although he briefly returned to [[New York City]] two years later, where he tried to explain to a fan, as well as [[Loki]], that the breakup was a mutual decision.<ref>''[[Thor: Ragnarok]]''</ref>
   
 
===Death and Resurrection===
 
===Death and Resurrection===
In [[2018]], Foster was among those many individuals who perished when [[Thanos]], who had completed the [[Infinity Gauntlet]] with all the [[Infinity Stones]], caused the [[Snap]] to wipe out half life in the universe.<ref name="Endgame Script">[http://disneystudiosawards.s3.amazonaws.com/avengers-endgame/Avengers_Endgame.pdf ''Avengers: Endgame'' script by Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus]</ref> However, Foster was eventually resurrected along her fellow victims when [[Hulk]] [[Blip|snapped]] his fingers in [[2023]].<ref name="AE">''[[Avengers: Endgame]]''</ref>
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In [[2018]], Foster was among those many individuals who perished when [[Thanos]], who had completed the [[Infinity Gauntlet]] with all the [[Infinity Stones]], caused the [[Snap]] to wipe out half the life in the universe.<ref name="Endgame Script">[http://disneystudiosawards.s3.amazonaws.com/avengers-endgame/Avengers_Endgame.pdf ''Avengers: Endgame'' script by Stephen McFeely and Christopher Markus]</ref> However, Foster was eventually resurrected along her fellow victims when [[Hulk]] [[Blip|snapped]] his fingers in [[2023]].<ref name="AE">''[[Avengers: Endgame]]''</ref>
   
 
===[[Time Heist]]===
 
===[[Time Heist]]===
 
====[[Theft of the Reality Stone]]====
 
====[[Theft of the Reality Stone]]====
[[File:Jane Foster (Avengers Endgame).png|thumb|250px|left|Foster gets some clothes]]
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[[File:Jane Foster (Endgame).png|thumb|250px|left|Foster resting in [[Asgard]]]]
{{Quote|Do you have any pants?"<br>"Pants?"<br>"Never mind. These will be fine.|Jane and an [[Asgardians|Asgardian]] Maiden|Avengers: Endgame}}
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{{Quote|For you, Lady Jane."<br>"Um, do you have anything with... pants?"<br>"Pants?"<br>"Never mind. These will be fine. Thank you."<br>'Yes, miladly.|An [[Asgardians|Asgardian]] Maiden and Jane Foster|Avengers: Endgame}}
Having discovered a way to [[Time Travel|travel through time]], the [[Avengers]] initiated the [[Time Heist]], which involved them traveling to specific points in the past to obtain all six [[Infinity Stones]], creating alternate timelines in the process. [[Thor]] and [[Rocket Raccoon]] were sent back to an alternate version of [[2013]] during that version of Foster's brief stay there in order to extract the [[Aether]] from her body.
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In an alternate [[2013]], Foster enquired a maiden if they had any extra pants before retreating into one of the chambers and taking a rest. When she awoke, [[Rocket Raccoon]] infiltrated Foster's chambers, snuck up behind her and used a [[Aether Extractor|device]] to extract the [[Aether]] from her body, prompting him to be chased by the [[Einherjar]]. After the [[Battle of Earth]], [[Steve Rogers]] returned the Reality Stone to Asgard, albeit in its solidified form.<ref name="AE"/>
[[File:Jane Foster (Endgame).png|thumb|250px|Foster resting in [[Asgard]]]]
 
While being spied upon by Thor and Rocket, Foster inquired a maiden if they had any extra pants before retreating into one of the chambers and taking a rest. While Thor conversed with [[Frigga]], Rocket infiltrated Foster's chambers. As she awoke, Rocket used a device to extract the Aether from her body, prompting him to be chased by the [[Einherjar]]. After the [[Battle of Earth]], [[Steve Rogers]] returned the Reality Stone to Asgard, albeit in its solidified form.<ref name="AE"/>
 
   
 
==Personality==
 
==Personality==
{{Quote|I'm Loki. You may have heard of–"<br>"That was for [[Battle of New York|New York]]."<br>"I like her.|[[Loki]] and Jane Foster|Thor: The Dark World}}
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{{Quote|Jane, [[S.H.I.E.L.D.|this]] is a lot more serious than you realize. Let it go."<br>"Let it go? This is my life.|[[Erik Selvig]] and Jane Foster|Thor (film)}}
Jane Foster is an extremely intelligent scientist, having built most of her equipment herself. She is also spirited and impulsive; she argued with the [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] agents who confiscated her equipment, and slapped [[Loki]] immediately upon seeing him.
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Jane Foster is an extremely intelligent scientist, who has a strong dedication towards uncovering scientific truths, mainly in astrophysics. Foster has devoted her life to science, having built most of her equipment herself, and is willing to do anything for her research, like drive into a powerful storm or work with [[Thor]] to recover her equipment from [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]].
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Research is usually Foster's top priority, as she couldn't resist checking out an anomaly even though she was on a date, and later got mad when [[Darcy Lewis]] called the police, disrupting their uninterrupted access to the anomaly. Foster puts a lot of faith into her research, even when others doubt her, but she never lets it dissuade her, especially as she ends up being correct many times. That is why she trusted Thor and believed his story even though [[Erik Selvig]], her mentor, warned her against him.
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Because of her investment into scientific research, Foster finds herself most confident in situations that cater for it, and finds working helpful to calm her. However, outside of her area of expertise, Foster can be awkward in social settings, as she doesn't interact with many people outside of the scientific community, also stating that she never has guests. When she went on a date with [[Richard Madison]], Foster didn't know what to do, so she hid behind her menu not saying anything.
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Although she is not immature, Foster possesses a strong childlike wonder in regards to scientific discoveries, mainly those originating from [[Asgard]], where she is exhilarated by things like the [[Bifrost Bridge]], the [[Soul Forge]] and even the [[Asgardians]] themselves. This fascination in a whole other world of science is one of the reasons why Foster fell in love with Thor.
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While she is passionate for her research, the only other thing that could possibly equal it is her love for Thor. At first, Foster was just intrigued by him, as he could help with her research, although she did find Thor attractive. But when Foster bonded with Thor, and he taught her about the [[Nine Realms]], she developed strong feelings for him, and would later reveal that she loves the way he explains things.
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When Thor left [[Earth]] and didn't return, Foster was unable to get over him, and immediately fell back in love when he returned, despite the heartbreak he put her through. When they resparked their love, it was proven to be incredibly strong, as Foster was willing to die with Thor during the [[Battle of Greenwich]] when she wasn't able to save him from the crashing [[Ark]]. And when Thor left again, Foster still remained hopeful he would return, despite what happened last time.
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This love has always been in Foster's nature, which is what makes her a terrific person, and was the main reason Thor understood humanity, allowing him to become worthy again. When [[Frigga]] died protecting her from [[Malekith]], Foster felt responsible and didn't want any more harm to occur because of her. Additionally, when [[Loki]] "died", Foster was visibly saddened by this, even though she didn't like him, but because he had helped save her life.
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Despite just being a [[Humans|human]] with no powers or fighting ability, Foster is always willing to help whenever she can, even though she is often surrounded by mighty allies. Foster helped in the evacuation of [[Puente Antiguo]] when the [[Destroyer]] arrived, even though Thor asked her to get to safety, and was determined to stop Malekith from covering the universe in darkness with the [[Aether]]. Foster has even proven herself valuable in battles with her intellect, being an important part of Malekith's defeat, teleporting him away.
   
==Powers and Abilities==
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It can be perceived that Foster is very gentle and easy-going, as she revealed she has never done anything rebellious and dangerous before, but Foster isn't afraid to stand up for herself in heated moments. When S.H.I.E.L.D. confiscated all of her research and equipment, Foster argued with [[Phil Coulson]], even though Selvig trie to tell her she shouldn't. Also, when she came across Loki while escaping Asgard, she immediately punched him without hesitation, due to him [[Battle of New York|attacking]] [[New York]].
===Powers===
 
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==Abilities==
 
{{Quote|You're clever. Far more clever than anyone else in [[Earth|this realm]].|[[Thor]]|Thor (film)}}
 
{{Quote|You're clever. Far more clever than anyone else in [[Earth|this realm]].|[[Thor]]|Thor (film)}}
 
*'''Master Scientist''': Foster has become one of the most important astrophysicists in the world, having studied the existence of Einstein-Rosen Bridges, also known as [[Wormhole|wormholes]], since before discovering their true nature through her experiences with [[Thor]]. Once he departed from [[New Mexico]], Foster developed a revolutionary theory on wormholes known as the Foster Theory. She began to give lectures around the world, and she was even considered a serious candidate for the {{WPS|Nobel Prize}}.
 
*'''Master Scientist''': Foster has become one of the most important astrophysicists in the world, having studied the existence of Einstein-Rosen Bridges, also known as [[Wormhole|wormholes]], since before discovering their true nature through her experiences with [[Thor]]. Once he departed from [[New Mexico]], Foster developed a revolutionary theory on wormholes known as the Foster Theory. She began to give lectures around the world, and she was even considered a serious candidate for the {{WPS|Nobel Prize}}.
   
 
==Equipment==
 
==Equipment==
*'''[[Reality Stone]]''': A strange red liquid, which was actually one of the [[Infinity Stones]], which was introduced into Foster's body when she found him on a rock. It was finally extracted from her body and later destroyed by [[Thanos]].
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*'''[[Phase Meter]]''': Foster used this device to measure the cosmic energy anomalies within the [[Nine Realms]]. This device was used when Foster came across a series of portals created due to the [[Convergence]].
*'''[[Phase Meter]]''': Foster used this device to measure the cosmic energy within the [[Nine Realms]].
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*'''[[Gravimetric Spike]]''': A devices designed by [[Erik Selvig]] to stabilize the focal point of the [[Convergence]] and pass by its effects.
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[[File:Aether in Jane.png|thumb|250px|The [[Reality Stone]] flowing within Foster's body]]
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*'''[[Reality Stone]]''': A strange red liquid, which was actually one of the [[Infinity Stones]], that absorbed itself into Foster's body, using her as a host to draw from and grow stronger. While fused with Foster, the Reality Stone would release a violent blast from her body to protect itself. It was finally extracted from her body by [[Malekith]], as well as [[Rocket Raccoon]] in an alternate timeline.
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*'''[[Magnetic-Propulsion Ball]]''': An [[Asgardians|Asgardian]] toy that Foster believed could be a scientific breakthrough for [[Earth]].
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*'''[[Gravimetric Spike]]''': A device designed by [[Erik Selvig]] to stabilize the focal point of the [[Convergence]] and pass by its effects. Foster planted these devices to teleport the [[Dark Elves]] away, stalling their plans.
   
 
===Vehicles===
 
===Vehicles===
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*'''[[Dark Elf Harrow]]''': Following [[Malekith]]'s [[Sacking of Asgard|attack]] on [[Asgard]], Foster joined [[Thor]] and [[Loki]] as they commandeered an abandoned Harrow left by the [[Dark Elves]]. As they escaped in the ship, Foster fainted and was carried off the ship to the [[Asgardian Skiff]].
*'''[[Asgardian Skiff]]''': An Asgardian ship, used by [[Thor]], [[Loki]] and Foster to travel to [[Svartalfheim]].
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*'''[[Asgardian Skiff]]''': After departing from the [[Dark Elf Harrow]], Foster boarded the ship with [[Thor]] and [[Loki]] as they escaped from [[Asgard]] to [[Svartalfheim]] and travelled to confront [[Malekith]].
   
 
==Facilities==
 
==Facilities==
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*'''[[Culver University]]''': Foster attended Culver University as a student and would eventually graduate.
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[[File:Thor-disneyscreencaps com-4048.jpg|thumb|250px|Foster with [[Thor]] in her [[Jane Foster's Research Base|Research Base]]]]
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*'''[[Jane Foster's Research Base]]''': When Foster moved to [[New Mexico]] to look into anomalies out in the desert surrounding [[Puente Antiguo]] with [[Erik Selvig]] and [[Darcy Lewis]], they operated out of a lab to conduct their research. When they met [[Thor]], they allowed him to stay at the base with them. The base was completely emptied out when [[S.H.I.E.L.D.]] arrived to confiscate their equipment, but later returned it so Foster could work from the base for S.H.I.E.L.D..
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[[File:Jane Apartment 5.png|thumb|250px|Foster reunites with her team in her [[Jane Foster's Apartment|apartment]]]]
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*'''[[Jane Foster's Apartment]]''': Originally her mother's place, Foster moved in to the apartment after she was called [[London]] by [[Erik Selvig]]. Foster used the apartment as her lab, although she found herself spending all her time moping around, still hung up about [[Thor]]. When Foster returned to [[Earth]], she went back to her apartment where her team formulated a plan to stop [[Malekith]]. After the [[Convergence]], Foster witnessed Thor arrive at her apartment to live a life with her on Earth.
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*'''[[Royal Palace of Valaskjalf]]''': When [[Thor]] discovered something to be wrong with Foster, he brought her to [[Asgard]] to help her. After learning the that the [[Aether]] was inside her, Foster was allowed to stay on Asgard for safety, given her own chambers, which she was imprisoned in temporarily after the [[Sacking of Asgard]].
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*'''[[University of London]]''': When living in [[London]], Foster found employment at the University of London, where she would continue her research in astrophysics, the [[Nine Realms]] and the [[Convergence]]. [[Thor]] visited Foster at the University, where she brought him to the observatory, telling him about her research.
   
 
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"You're the one who's always pushing me, to chase down every possibility, every alternative!"
"I'm talking about science, not magic!"
"Well, magic's just science that we don't understand yet."
―Jane Foster and Erik Selvig[src]

Doctor Jane Foster is one of the world's leading astrophysicists, the world's foremost astronomer, the creator of the Foster Theory, as well as one of the premiere experts on Asgard. She found Thor after he was banished from Asgard and fell to Earth while she and her team were in New Mexico studying astronomical anomalies. She helped him in his mission to return to Asgard, eventually falling in love with him along the way. They were separated due to the temporary destruction of the Rainbow Bridge. During Loki's assault on Earth, S.H.I.E.L.D. kept her out of harms way by transferring her to a remote observatory where Loki could not find her.

She found out of Thor's return through the footage of the Battle of New York; this left Foster disappointed and angry that Thor didn't attempt contacting her. During the Convergence, she became host to the Aether and helped Thor defeat Malekith during the Battle of Greenwich. Once free of the Aether, Foster returned to work and Thor had decided to remain on Earth with her. Due to her work studying of the Convergence, Foster was being considered for the Noble Prize in astrophysics. Following the Ultron Offensive, Foster ended her relationship with Thor.

Five years after the Snap, the Avengers discovered a way to reverse the effects of the event by traveling back to certain moments in time to obtain the Infinity Stones. Thor and Rocket Raccoon returned to an alternate reality version of Asgard in 2013 during the Second Dark Elf Conflict to obtain the Reality Stone. While that version of Foster was resting, Rocket extracted the Aether from her body.

BiographyEdit

Early LifeEdit

Science CareerEdit

"I come up here sometimes when I can't sleep or I'm trying to reconcile particle data, or when Darcy's driving me crazy. I come up here a lot, actually, now that I think about it."
―Jane Foster to Thor[src]

Jane Foster was a student at Culver University, where her father and Erik Selvig worked together. She later graduated and became an astronomer, dedicating her life to her research, where she built most of her equipment herself. Foster also briefly dated M.D. Donald Blake, but eventually broke up with him. When looking back at him, Foster would note that while Blake was a great doctor, he sucked at being a boyfriend.

Sometime after her graduation from Culver University, Foster began studying a mysterious weather event that she believed was linked to an Einstein-Rosen Bridge. Accompanied by Selvig and their intern Darcy Lewis, Foster traveled to the source of the anomalies, which was out in the desert surrounding Puente Antiguo, New Mexico.[1]

Life-Changing EncounterEdit

Meeting ThorEdit

"Where did he come from?"
―Jane Foster[src]
Jane watches for storm

Foster watches for the weather event

At the end of their first week of research, Foster became certain that another weather event would occur, due to the predictability of the previous seventeen instances. Being sure of her research, Foster, Erik Selvig and Darcy Lewis drove out to the desert in their van one night to witness the event.

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Foster witnesses a massive weather event

When nothing happened, Selvig attempted to convince Foster to give up her search, believing it to be just chasing storms, not connected to astronomy. However, Foster was determined that there was a connection in her research, pleading Selvig to just be patient with it. Suddenly, Lewis alerted the two to something unknown forming in the sky, much to their confusion and amazement.

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Foster checks on Thor after hitting him

With her research proven to have been correct, Foster told Lewis to drive towards the occurrence so she could study and record it. As they got closer, a powerful vortex formed in front of them, so Lewis steered away from it, only for Foster to force them towards it. However, when they entered the vortex, they struggled to see anything, causing them to collide with a man who had stumbled out of the dust into their path.

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Foster examines markings in the desert

The occurrence then ended, with the vortex disappearing, so they all got out of the van to check on the man they hit. Foster found the man to still be alive, as he got up and began to speak, although none of them understood what he was saying. Foster then noticed markings in the ground, much to her intrigue, so she started to study them, however Selvig suggested they take the man to the hospital instead. The man announced himself as Thor and started to intimidate them, but was stopped when Lewis tasered him. They then decided to put Thor in their van and take him to a hospital.

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Foster checks Thor into the hospital

They delivered Thor to the hospital and signed him in, giving them his name, and then returned to their research base. The next morning, they discussed the events of the previous night, which Foster was now certain was an Einstein-Rosen Bridge. Foster and Selvig reviewed constellations they had discovered which were not from their planet, when Lewis noticed the figure of a man in one of the photographic images captured from the atmospheric event.

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Foster accidentally hits Thor with her van

Foster then believed that figure to have been Thor, so she decided to drive back to the hospital to question him. The three rushed through the hospital, but when they entered Thor's room, they discovered him to be gone. Annoyed that she lost he best piece of evidence for her research, Foster set out to find Thor. However, when she reversed the van, she accidentally hit Thor again. Foster got out of the van and apologized, as she had now knocked him over twice with her van.[1]

Questioning ThorEdit

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Foster questions Thor about his arrival

"If you take me there now, I'll tell you everything you wish to know."
"Everything?"
Thor and Jane Foster[src]

Bringing Thor to the base, they provided him with Donald Blake's clothes, and Foster started to become distracted by Thor as she watched him change. When Thor mentioned that he required food, they took him to Isabel's Diner, where Foster questioned him on how he was inside the vortex. However, Thor didn't take notice of their questions and smashed a mug in request of another drink, causing Foster to tell him not to do that anymore.

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Foster learns about Mjølnir

When two men entered the diner talking about a "satellite" that landed in the desert, Foster listened in on the conversation, and asked them about it. When they revealed that the "satellite" could not be moved, Thor asked for directions and then headed off, causing Foster to run after him. Foster asked what he was doing, and Thor informed them that the "satellite" belonged to him and he was going to take it.

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Foster and Thor part ways

Thor then offered to tell Foster everything she wanted to know about him if she helped him retrieve Mjølnir. Concerned, Erik Selvig spoke to Foster, who was willing to help Thor to assist her own research, and convinced her not to, as he believed Thor was dangerous. Foster then told Thor she couldn't help him, so he kissed her hand, which awkwardly flattered her, and they parted ways. Although, Foster couldn't help but still be infatuated with Thor.[1]

Encountering S.H.I.E.L.D.Edit

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Foster finds S.H.I.E.L.D. taking her research

"Hey! That's my stuff! What the hell is going on here?"
"Ms. Foster, I'm Agent Coulson with S.H.I.E.L.D.."
"Is that supposed to mean something to me? You can't do this!"
―Jane Foster and Phil Coulson[src]

When they returned to the base, they discovered S.H.I.E.L.D. agents confiscating their equipment and research. Foster was angry at the agents sudden intrusion into their base, but Erik Selvig tried to calm her down, due to knowing how serious the actual situation was.

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Foster is left with nothing

However, due to her life's work being taken from her, Foster tried to stop them, but Phil Coulson told her they needed to take all of her possessions, and attempted to compensate her. Despite her pleas, all of Foster's belongings, including her research that was on the verge of an extraordinary discovery, were taken.

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Foster discuss what they should do next

S.H.I.E.L.D. then left the base, so they then sat on the roof of the building, commiserating the loss of their property, as Selvig informed them of who the people that they encountered were. Selvig then suggested contacting a colleague of his who could possibly help with their situation.[1]

Search for MjølnirEdit

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Foster notices Thor wandering in New Mexico

"I've never done anything like this before. Have you ever done anything like this before?"
"Many times. But you're brave to do it."
"Well, they just stole my entire life's work. I don't really have much left to lose."
―Jane Foster and Thor[src]

Foster then drove Erik Selvig to the library to e-mail his colleague, and as she waited in the van, she noticed Thor heading into a pet store.

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Foster and Thor bond as they drive to the site

Foster drove up to him and offered him a lift, deciding to help him, as she wanted to get her research back. The two then drove down to the crater site, determined to retrieve their possessions, which Foster was nervous about doing. During the drive, Foster bonded with Thor, while still not being sure of who he was.

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Foster doubts Thor's chances of success

When the arrived at the S.H.I.E.L.D. Crater Investigation Site, Foster observed the area, realizing that there was no satellite crash, but something bigger. Thor then gave Foster his jacket, knowing it was going to rain, and promised to return her belongings after retrieving Mjølnir. However, Foster doubted Thor's chances of success, but he still heading to the site.

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Foster witnesses Thor fail to lift Mjølnir

Foster then watched as Thor made his way through the site, knocking out many agents along the way. When an alarm went off, Foster hid from detection and called Selvig, telling him she went with Thor and to come find her if she didn't return. When Thor found Mjølnir, Foster watched as he tried to lift it but failed. When Thor was arrested by S.H.I.E.L.D., Foster then fled the site and returned to the base,[1] but, she was spotted by Clint Barton.[5]

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Foster convinces Erik Selvig to help Thor

When Foster returned, she tried to convince Selvig to help free Thor, now believing his story, but Selvig didn't want to, still trying to protect her from him. When Darcy Lewis showed Foster a book on Norse mythology, featuring Mjølnir, she used what Selvig told her about uncovering every possibility to persuade him, but Selvig didn't mean Magic, but science. However, Foster reasoned that magic was just science they didn't understand, and she was able to enlist Selvig's help.

Bonding with ThorEdit

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Foster is greeted by Thor in her camper

"Your ancestors called it Magic, and you call it science. Well, I come from a place where they're one and the same thing."
Thor to Jane Foster[src]

While Erik Selvig went to retrieve Thor, Foster returned to her camper, where she read more of the book Selvig had found. Later that night, Thor arrived at the camper with a drunk Selvig over his shoulder, so Foster had him put Selvig on her bed. Feeling embarrassed by her living situation in front of Thor, as she never has guests, she asked if they could go outside.

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Foster learns more about Thor

The two then sat on the roof of her base, where Foster would always go to think or get away from all the annoyances. Foster then expressed her relief that Thor was safe after his encounter with S.H.I.E.L.D., and he thanked her for her generosity despite the way he had behaved recently. Thor then gave Foster her notebook, which she was delighted by, no longer having to start her research from scratch now. However, Foster was saddened by the thought that S.H.I.E.L.D. would do everything in their power to stop her research from ever being published, but Thor urged her to continue, knowing that she was right.

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Foster developing strong feelings for Thor

Thor explained to Foster that where he is from, Asgard, Magic and science are the same thing, while also drawing and teaching her of the Nine Realms and Yggdrasil, the World Tree. Foster found herself deeply interested in what Thor was saying, as well as developing strong feelings for him too. Later, Foster fell asleep under the stars with Thor by her side.

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Foster informs Erik Selvig of the Nine Realms

Thor, who believed he was banished from Asgard, decided to embrace living on Earth with Foster, as the two had begun to develop romantic feelings for each other. The next morning, Foster and Thor made breakfast for Selvig and Darcy Lewis, who she told what she had learned from Thor the previous night, hoping to publish it to the scientific community. But, Selvig informed her that it was only ever going to be a theory without any evidence.

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Foster sees Sif and the Warriors Three arrive

At that moment, four Asgardians appeared at the base, much to the Humans shock and awe. They entered the base and introduced themselves as Lady Sif and the Warriors Three, and Foster watched as Thor conversed with them about his supposed exile, only to discover that his father was still alive, and that he had been lied to by his brother.[1]

The Destroyer AttacksEdit

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Foster decides to stay and help Thor evacuate

"Oh. My. God. So is this how you normally look?"
"More or less."
"It's a good look."
―Jane Foster and Thor[src]

When another vortex formed out in the desert, they all went outside to look at it, where Thor realized that the Destroyer had been sent down, causing him to warn Foster to leave. Thor told them that he would stay to help the people get to safety, so Foster decided to stay as well, not wanting to leave Thor, as well as help out.

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Foster watches Thor confront the Destroyer

After evacuating everyone in the area, Foster watched as Sif and the Warriors Three battled the Destroyer. When the Destroyer quickly overpowered the Asgardians, Thor ordered to them run away before they were caught in the destruction. As they went to leave, Foster noticed Thor staying behind to confront the Destroyer, so she stopped, confused on what he was doing.

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Foster cries over Thor's dead body

Foster watched as Thor attempted to apologisze to his brother, but it did not work, and the Destroyer strikes Thor, sending him flying back. Foster quickly ran to Thor's side to check on him, and he told her that she was now safe as he died from his injury, to the sadness of Foster. As Foster wept over Thor's body, Mjølnir began to launch from the desert and fly towards them, so Erik Selvig grabbed her and got her to safety.

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Foster witnesses Thor regain his powers

When Mjølnir arrived, it helped revive Thor, who caught the hammer, allowing him to regain his full powers and reveal his true self, much to Foster's amazement as she witnessed everything he had told her to be true. Foster continued to watch as Thor battled the Destroyer in the sky, ultimately defeating it, saving them from the danger that Loki had unleashed.[1]

Left BehindEdit

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Foster and Thor speak with Phil Coulson

"I must go back to Asgard, but I give you my word, I will return for you. Deal?
"Deal."
Thor and Jane Foster[src]

Thor then returned to his friends, with Foster commenting on his new armor he was wearing, which she liked. Thor then announced that he needed to confront Loki, but were stopped when S.H.I.E.L.D. arrived. Thor confronted Phil Coulson, telling him to return the items he took from Foster, which he complied with, wanting her to continue her research.

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Foster passionately kisses Thor goodbye

Thor then invited Foster to accompany him to see the Bifrost Bridge, which she accepted, so he held her tight and flew them out to the desert. When they arrived at the Bifrost site, Thor discovered Heimdall not responding. After some delay, the Bifrost then opened and Thor told Foster that he needed to return to Asgard to stop Loki, but he would return for her after. Foster then passionately kissed Thor goodbye, accepting his promise.

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Foster realizes that Thor is not returning

Thor and the other Asgardians then departed from Earth and Foster stayed at the site with Erik Selvig and Darcy Lewis to wait for him. While they waited, they noticed where the Bifrost opened to begin producing dark lighting clouds, much to their concern. After some time, they then saw the Bifrost opening completely disappear before them, saddening Foster as she felt that Thor had abandoned her. They then decided to leave, accepting that Thor was not returning.[1]

Away from ThorEdit

Working with S.H.I.E.L.D.Edit

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Foster decides to search for Thor

"Of course you can have your equipment back. You're gonna need it to continue your research."
Phil Coulson to Jane Foster[src]

After Thor's departure, Foster entered a partnership with S.H.I.E.L.D., providing them the information Thor shared with her regarding the Nine Realms, making her something of an expert adviser regarding Asgardian cosmology. With S.H.I.E.L.D.'s resources, Foster worked extensively in her attempts to create an artificial wormhole with hopes of reuniting with Thor in Asgard. She nearly succeeded after months of work, but yet again, Foster eventually failed. Darcy Lewis tried to convince her to wait, citing that Thor had promised her he would return for her, but Foster was worried he would not.[6]

Chitauri InvasionEdit

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Foster is moved to a research base in Tromsø

"As soon as Loki took the doctor, we moved Jane Foster. We've got an excellent observatory in Tromsø. She was asked to consult there very suddenly yesterday. Handsome fee, private plane, very remote. She'll be safe."
Phil Coulson to Thor[src]

In 2012, Thor's brother Loki made an alliance with the Chitauri and declared war on humanity. When Erik Selvig was mind controlled by Loki, Foster and Darcy Lewis were immediately moved to an observatory in Tromsø by S.H.I.E.L.D. for their own protection. During this time, Thor was transported back to Earth to stop his brother; Foster had no immediate knowledge of his return.[7]

ResignationEdit

"Thor was here and he just left again. No message, nothing. Not a word. For the last year, every waking thought I had was of finding him. All the work I did was for nothing. So that's it. I'm done."
―Jane Foster[src]

While in Tromsø, Foster was left in the dark regarding her sudden and immediate transfer, and became frustrated when she was not given an explanation. During an attempt to confront one of the scientists, Darcy Lewis showed her live footage of Thor in Manhattan fighting the Chitauri in the Battle of New York.

Foster and Lewis flew to New York City and reunited with Erik Selvig, who was visibly shaken after being brainwashed by Loki. Foster asked Selvig about Thor's whereabouts and was downtrodden to learn that he had already returned to Asgard. Despite comfort from Lewis, Foster was upset that while she had spent a year trying to create a wormhole in order to reunite with him, Thor had found a way to return to Earth and yet chose not to reunite with her or even leave her a message, prompting her to resign from S.H.I.E.L.D. and move on with her life.[6]

Moving to LondonEdit

"I came here because you said you were onto something, and then you vanish."
―Jane Foster to Erik Selvig's voicemail[src]

A year later, Foster received a call from Erik Selvig, who, after spending several months enduring psychiatric care, had traveled to London without her knowledge. Selvig explained to Foster that he had discovered a series of bizarre anomalies in London, and needed her to come to London and meet with him. Foster traveled to London, accompanied by Darcy Lewis, but Selvig was nowhere to be found.

Foster moved into her mother's house, which she and Lewis operated out of to conduct their research, which Foster had personally given up on. Despite deciding to move on from Thor, Foster found herself struggling to move on from him, spending most of her days in her mother's house, moping around in her pyjamas, hardly showering.[2]

The ConvergenceEdit

Interrupted DateEdit

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Foster on her date with Richard Madison

"I'm sure it's nothing."
"It doesn't look like nothing. It kind of looks like the readings that Erik was rambling about."
―Jane Foster and Darcy Lewis[src]

Some time later, Foster would be asked out on a date by Richard Madison, which she accepted to try and help get over Thor. However, when they went to a restaurant, Foster spent most of the date hiding behind her menu, still finding it hard to move on.

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Foster talks about her previous relationship

Madison then initiated a conversation, asking Foster what her story was, suspecting it had something to do with another man. Foster alluded to Thor, informing Madison that he was away. Madison then informed Foster of a previous relationship, where his girlfriend cheated on him while in New York.

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Foster's date is interrupted by Darcy Lewis

Suddenly, Darcy Lewis showed up and interrupted their date, informing Foster that the Phase Meter started acting up. When Foster looked at it, including banging it on the table, she brushed it off as nothing, but Lewis believed it to be the readings Erik Selvig mentioned to them. However, Foster told Lewis to go away, so she did, allowing Foster to return to her date. As the date continued, Foster couldn't help but be distracted by what she had seen, so Madison to let Foster leave the date to go with her friend.[2]

Possessed by the AetherEdit

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Foster arrives at the anomaly's location

"I haven't seen readings like this since... Since..."
"New Mexico?"
―Jane Foster and Darcy Lewis[src]

Foster then joined Darcy Lewis in her car, as she knew she would come, much to Foster's annoyance. As they drove to the location, Foster was shocked when she discovered Ian Boothby in the backseat, who was Lewis' intern. Foster then tried to contact Erik Selvig to tell him about their discovery, but was once again was unsuccessful in reaching him. When they arrived, Foster explored the area until Lewis called her and they went towards the warehouse.

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Foster discovers an anomaly in the warehouse

When they entered the warehouse, they discovered three kids inside, who asked if they were the police. Foster revealed to them that she was a scientist and asked if she could see what they had found, so they brought them to a truck that was levitating in the air, which one of the kids was able to flip over with ease, to Foster's awe.

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Foster analyzing the anomaly

The kids then showed them up a stairwell, where one of the kids dropped a bottle down that suddenly vanished on the way down. When Foster asked where it went, the bottle reappeared from higher up. Excited by this anomaly, Foster threw a can, but it did not return, which one of the kids revealed sometimes things don't return. Foster started to analyze the anomaly, noting how the readings were similar to when Thor arrived in New Mexico.

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Foster being transported through a portal

Leaving the others to play with the portal, Foster went to investigate the anomaly, detecting more readings as she explored the warehouse. When Foster came across a dark hallway, the Phase Meter started to emit stronger and wilder readings as a powerful gust of wind emerged. Suddenly, Foster was mysteriously pulled forward and swallowed through a portal.

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Foster discovering the Aether in the Chamber

Foster was transported to an alien world, much to her shock, where she attempted to call out for help, but there was no response. Foster then explored her surroundings, where she discovered the Chamber, possessing an unknown red substance inside it. When Foster looked inside, the substance latched itself onto her, slithered out and was absorbed into her.

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The Aether being fused into Foster's body

After entering through her hand and now completely surging through her body, Foster became terrified, not knowing what was happening to her. In shock, Foster then passed out, allowing the substance to take control over her and started to grow stronger. Fiver hours later, Foster was transported back to the warehouse, where she awoke, unsure of what just happened to her.[2]

Reunited with ThorEdit

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Foster notices the rain's odd behaviour

"I saw you on TV. You were in New York!"
"Jane, I fought to protect you from the dangers of my world but I was wrong. I was a fool. But I believe that fate brought us together."
―Jane Foster and Thor[src]

Foster then exited the warehouse, where she discovered the police had arrived and were talking to Darcy Lewis, who had called them. Foster was mad at her for ruining their unimpeded access to the anomaly, which she now feared that S.H.I.E.L.D. would arrive and take over, but Lewis revealed that she had been gone for five hours.

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Foster and Thor are finally reunited again

When it started to rain, Foster noticed none of it was occurring around them, to their confusion. However, the cause for strange rain occurrence was revealed when Foster spotted Thor, who had returned to Earth, standing before them. Foster then walked over to Thor, with the rain still not going on her, and slapped him to check if he was real, due to experiencing several strange occurrences that day.

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Foster learns why Thor never returned for her

Now certain that it is him, Foster slapped Thor again for leaving her and never coming back even though he promised her he would. When Foster asked where Thor was, he asked the same question back, informing her that Heimdall could not see her. However, Foster ignored it, telling Thor about how she was distraught after he left. Thor then explained to her that he was unable to return for her, as the Bifrost Bridge was destroyed and he needed to protect the Nine Realms from the chaos that ensued.

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Foster and Thor almost about to kiss

Foster then brought up that she saw Thor on TV when he was in New York with the Avengers, but he once again explained that it was to protect Earth form the dangers of his world. Thor then expressed that he was wrong for allowing his duty to not return to Foster, and that he believed it was fate that had brought them together once again. Finally reunited with each other, Thor attempted to express his love for Foster, as they moved in to kiss.

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The Aether protects Foster from the police

They were interrupted when Lewis walked over to them to inform Foster that they were about to be arrested. Foster then left her moment with Thor to deal with the police, who questioned whether she knew Ian Boothby, who they were frisking. An officer then told Foster that she was trespassing on private property, and when he went to grab her, the substance fused in her reacted, releasing a powerful blast of energy, knocking the officer away.

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Foster travels to Asgard in the Bifrost Bridge

This blast caused Foster to fall to the ground, and Thor rushed to check on her, protecting her from the police, who wanted to take her in. Knowing that there was something wrong with her that was beyond human containment, Thor decided to call upon the Bifrost to take her to Asgard. Foster held onto Thor as they travelled from Earth in the Bifrost, being amazed by what she was experiencing, and long dreamed of doing.[2]

Learning of the AetherEdit

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Foster arrives in Asgard for the first time

"There are relics that pre-date the universe itself. What lies within her appears to be one of them."
Odin to Jane Foster and Thor[src]

When they exited the Bifrost Bridge, Foster expressed her enjoyment travelling in it. Arriving in Himinbjorg, Foster noticed Heimdall, who welcomed her to Asgard.

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Foster being examined in the Soul Forge

Worried about her condition, Thor brought Foster to a group of Asgardian physicians to be examined. While Foster was in the Soul Forge, she couldn't resist the urge to ask questions about it. After an inspection, she realized that the Soul Forge was just like a quantum field generator, spurring the physicians with her level of knowledge.

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Foster witnesses Odin's arrival

Suddenly, Odin entered the room, where he expressed that Foster does not belong on Asgard, being a mortal, despite Thor telling him she was sick. Insulted by Odin's words against her, Foster spoke up, only to be informed that he was King of Asgard, Thor's father, and that he knew who Foster was.

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Foster's body is drained more by the Aether

Thor tried to convince Odin that Foster was ill, only for the King to remind him that her world had doctors, which could treat her. Odin then ordered guards to escort Foster out of Asgard, but when they touched her, the Aether reacted again to protect her, knocking away the guards. Odin then understood the severity of Foster's illness and examined her, determining that the Aether was protecting itself, not Foster.

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Foster learns the Aether's history from Odin

Odin then showed Foster and Thor the Book of Yggdrasil and explained the history of the Aether, an Infinity Stone that takes the form of a liquid, unlike the other stones. Odin also explained how it has the power to change matter and that it seeks out host bodies, where it draws its strength. Foster then asked Odin if he knew how to get the Aether out of her, but he didn't know.[2]

Sacking of AsgardEdit

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Foster being escorted to her chambers

"Listen to me now. I need you to do everything I ask, no questions."
"Yes, ma'am."
Frigga and Jane Foster[src]

Not able to remove the Aether from her body, Thor decided to keep Foster in Asgard for her own safety.[2] Foster was escorted to her chambers, where a maiden provided her some clothes, although she attempted to request something with pants, to the maiden's confusion.[4]

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Foster walking through Asgard with Thor

After Foster rested, she went to explore Asgard, where she became captivated by the Magnetic-Propulsion Ball, believing it could advance Earth science significantly. Foster was then joined by Thor, who informed Foster that she had accidnelyy taken a ball from some kids, so she returned it.[8] The two took a walk around the Royal Palace of Valaskjalf. During their walk, Foster asked Thor how he knew to find her when she was in trouble. Thor explained to Foster how Heimdall could not see her on Earth when she discovered the Aether.

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Thor teaches Foster about the Convergence

Thor then taught Foster about the Convergence, an event where the Nine Realms align perfectly, which was how Foster was transported from Earth to the Aether's location. Listening to Thor explain things to her, Foster found herself immediately falling back in love with him, and the two shared a kiss.

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Foster learning of the Sacking of Asgard

Scared on what would happen to her, Thor promised Foster he would find a way to save her. The two were then joined by Frigga, who Thor informed Foster was his mother, which made her nervous as she greeted the Queen. Soon after, they noticed a commotion from the Asgardian Dungeons, so Frigga told Thor to investigate it, promising to look after Foster.

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Foster protected by Frigga during the skirmish

Foster then stayed with Frigga as she went to find Odin, expressing her concern for his safety. As the two had an intimate conversation, Foster noticed Sif walk by, and the two stared at each other, although for different reasons. Frigga then armed herself and asked Foster to do everything she asked with no questions, which she complied with. Frigga then brought Foster to her chambers and created an illusion of her.

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Foster's illusion being protected from Malekith

Foster then hid as Malekith entered the chambers, where he was confronted by Frigga. Malekith then revealed he came for the Aether inside Foster, so Frigga attacked the Dark Elf to protect Foster. After a brief duel, Frigga overwhelmed Malekith, but was stopped when Kurse entered, who restrained her. Malekith then approached Foster, only to discover the illusion Frigga had cast, causing him to order Kurse to kill the Queen. When Thor arrived, Malekith retreated, and Foster came out of hiding, finding Frigga dead.

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Foster and Thor attend the funeral for Frigga

That night, a funeral was held for those who were killed in the skirmish, including the Queen of Asgard, who died protecting Foster from the Dark Elves. Foster attended the ceremony to pay her respects to Frigga. During the funeral, Foster stood with Thor to support him as they watched Frigga's spirit ascend to Valhalla.[2]

ImprisonmentEdit

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Foster receiving a vision from the Aether

"Jane Foster? You need to come with us."
"What?"
"The Allfather has ordered her confined to chambers."
Tyr and Thor[src]

The next day, while Foster was sitting in her chambers, the Aether gave her a vision of Asgard consumed by the its darkness. When she snapped out of it,[2] Foster decided to visit Yggdrasil in the Hall of Science so she could work, as it helped her when she didn't know what to do.

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Foster learning more about the Aether

Foster was able to understand how to operate it very quickly, where she learned more about the Aether. When Thor entered, Foster apologized, blaming herself for Frigga's death, but Thor told her it wasn't her fault. Foster then informed Thor of her discoveries, when they were interrupted by Tyr, who came to imprison Foster under Odin's orders. Thor refused to let her be imprisoned, but Foster agreed to be taken, not wanting to cause anymore problems.[8]

LiberationEdit

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Foster punching Loki for attacking New York

"I'm not hungry."
"Good. Let's go."
―Jane Foster and Sif[src]

Imprisoned in her chambers, Foster was brought a meal, which she refused, just as Sif arrived and knocked out the two guards. Sif told Foster to come with her, as she was freeing her as apart of Thor's plan to defeat Malekith. Foster was reunited with Thor, as well as his brother Loki, who she recognised from his attack on New York, so she punched him.

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Foster faints while escaping Asgard

When the Einherjar arrived to stop them, Thor escaped with Foster and Loki to leave Asgard, while Sif stayed behind to give them time. They came across Volstagg, who was waiting for them by a Harrow ship for them to escape in. Once they boarded the ship, Thor, after several failed attempts, managed to fly them out of the Royal Palace of Valaskjalf. While escaping, Foster became faint due to the Aether draining her, causing her to collapse.

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Thor carrying a fainted Foster out of Asgard

When they reached the Rainbow Bridge, Thor picked up Foster and exited the ship, landing in an Asgardian Skiff piloted by Fandral. Thor then laid Foster down so she could rest, as Loki took control of the skiff to take them a secret portal. Loki was successful in helping Foster and Thor escape Asgard and arrive in Svartalfheim.[2]

Free of the AetherEdit

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Foster rests after arriving in Svartalfheim

"None of this would have happened if I hadn't found the Aether."
"Then Malekith would've only possessed it that much sooner."
―Jane Foster and Thor[src]

Having successfully arrived in Svartalfheim, Loki piloted them through the wastelands from First Dark Elf Conflict as Foster continued to rest on the Asgardian Skiff as she was getting weaker from the Aether.

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The Aether alerts Foster of Malekith

Soon after, Foster was awoken by the Aether, allowing her to alert Thor and Loki that they were approaching Malekith's location. They then exited the skiff and continued on foot, where they reach the top of a cliff, spotting the Dark Elves exiting an Ark. Thor then checked if Foster was ready, preparing to execute his plan to have the Aether removed from her body, which she confirmed she was.

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Foster being bragined to Malekith by Loki

When Thor uncuffed Loki, Foster watched as the God of Mischief betrayed his brother, stating him with one of his daggers, unknown to Foster that it was apart of the plan. Foster then chased after Thor, who was kicked down the cliff and had his hand cut off by Loki. When Foster went to check on Thor, she was grabbed by Loki, who used her to bargain with Malekith to watch Asgard fall.

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Malekith extracting the Aether from Foster

Malekith then commenced removing the Aether from Foster, raising her up and draining it from her body. As the Aether was being removed, Foster saw another vision of Malekith's plan to cover the entire universe in darkness. The Aether was then completely separated from Foster, so Loki cut the illusion, allowing Thor to summon Mjølnir to destroy the Aether. Thor sent a blast of lightning into the Aether, Loki dived to protect Foster from the explosion.

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Foster witnesses the Aether reforming

However, they were unsuccessful, as the Aether soon reformed and was absorbed by Malekith. The Dark Elves, having got what they wanted, began to leave, with Kurse throwing a Black Hole Grenade at them, causing Loki to push Foster out of the way to save her. Foster got to safety as the two bothers faced off against Kurse and the Dark Elves, allowing Malekith to escape.

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Foster watches Loki "die" in Thor's arms

The fight came to an end when Loki used a Black Hole Grenade to kill Kurse, also resulting in him being fatally stabbed. Foster then came out of hiding and watched as Loki died in Thor's arms, sharing a look of sadness with Thor as Loki had helped save her life. When a storm came over Svartalfheim, the two found refuge in a cave, where Foster informed Thor of Malekith's plan to go to Earth.[2]

Return to EarthEdit

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Foster is called by Richard Madison in a cave

"The walls between worlds will be almost non-existent. Physics is going to go ballistics. Increases and decreases in gravity, spatial extrusions. The very fabric of reality is going to be torn apart."
―Jane Foster[src]

When Foster revealed that she only found the Aether because she was looking for Thor, she suddenly received a phone call from Richard Madison. Foster answered the call, amazed by the incredible reception she was receiving.

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Foster and Thor return to London

Foster then explored the cave for answers only to realize that they were near the portal she discovered in the stairwell back in London. Foster picked up the car keys that Ian Boothby threw into the portal, and she and Thor walked through it, being transported to Earth. Foster and Thor, having returned to London, found Darcy Lewis' car and used it to return to her apartment, while Thor questioned Foster on Madison, to her annoyance.

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Foster and Erik Selvig reunite in her apartment

When they entered Foster's apartment, they found Lewis and Boothby inside, who were surprised by their sudden return, not knowing where they had been since they left Earth. Foster then discovered Erik Selvig was there, too, and they hugged, as she asked for everything he had on the Convergence. Foster then went to get changed out of her Asgardian dress, and the group formulated a plan to stop Malekith.

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Foster informs the group of Malekith's plan

Foster used the vision she saw to inform the rest of Malekith's plan to fire the Aether where the Nine Realms will connect, increasing its power, causing mass destruction. Selvig was able to figure out Malekith's location to unleash this chaos in Greenwich. Foster then stated the importance of stopping Malekith, as the fabric of reality would be torn apart if he is successful.[2]

Battle of GreenwichEdit

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Foster heading to plant a Gravimetric Spike

"How did you do that?"
"Well, the gravitational fields interact with the weak spots between worlds, creating rifts."
"Ooh, get the guy with the sword!"
Darcy Lewis and Jane Foster[src]

The group then travelled to Greenwich where Foster, Erik Selvig, Darcy Lewis and Ian Boothby went around the site planting the Gravimetric Spikes to disrupt the Convergence. Foster teamed up with Selvig as they entered the library, where Foster was shushed because her boots were making noises.

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Foster activating the Gravimetric Spikes

When Foster and Selvig planted their spike, an Ark arrived as the Convergence begun, so they rushed to the top of the tower. As Thor battled Malekith on the ground, Foster was attempting to activate the spikes, which Selvig was not sure would work. However, they were still waiting for Lewis and Boothby to finish as Thor continued to buy them time.

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Foster teleports the army of Dark Elves

Foster then went to check on Lewis and Boothby, who had planted their last spike, giving Foster the signal to activate them. With the Convergence fully aligning soon, Foster then began to keep Malekith and the Dark Elves busy, using the spikes to teleport the Dark Elves through rifts. While using the spikes, Foster accidentally teleported Lewis and Boothby away with two Dark Elves.

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Foster and Erik Selvig run from the Dark Elves

Having completed their task, Foster and Selvig then left the tower, warning the people in the library to also get to safety. As the two exited the building, the connection to the spikes was lost, as they were chased by a group of Dark Elves. As they ran away from the Dark Elves, Foster reactivated the spikes, allowing her to teleport them away, while simultaneously teleporting Lewis and Boothby to their location, discovering them making out.

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Foster and Thor discuss defeating Malekith

With the Convergence aligning and Malekith unleashing the Aether's power, Foster noted that they were out of time and went to retrieve the spikes. When she regrouped with Thor, they informed him that the spikes could still stop Malekith, but they needed to get close, which Thor could do. Thor then took the spikes and headed towards Malekith in the Aether storm, as Foster watched on, standing by to activate them.

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Foster successfully teleports Malekith away

As Thor hurled two spikes at Malekith, Foster activated them, teleporting his arms to Svartalfheim. When Thor impaled the last spike into Malekith's chest, Foster activated it, teleporting the Dark Elf away from Earth. With the threat eliminated, Foster checked on Thor, who had been knocked out. Noticing the Ark collapsing, Foster then ran to Thor to try and save him, but he was too heavy, and she couldn't move him.

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Foster holding onto Thor before being crushed

With the ship about to crash on top of them, Foster accepted that she couldn't save Thor and decided to hold onto him, not wanting to be without him. While waiting for the ship to crush them, Foster discovered that Selvig had been teleported it away, saving them. Now that the battle was completely over and the Convergence ended, Foster rested herself on Thor as he woke up.[2]

Relationship with ThorEdit

Thor's ReturnEdit

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Foster discusses whether Thor will return

"He's gonna come back. Except, you know, last time he was gone for like, two years."
"Well, it's only been two days, so..."
Darcy Lewis and Jane Foster[src]

Thor told Foster that he had to return to Asgard to resolve everything with his father, as he committed treason when they escaped. Two days later, Foster and her friends were having breakfast in her apartment, still waiting for Thor to return, although the others were doubtful if he would anytime soon.

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Foster and Thor passionately embrace

However, much like last time, Foster still remained hopeful that he would return as promised, especially after how their relationship had developed previously.[2] As Foster sat at the table, she heard the roar of thunder followed by the Bifrost Bridge appearing outside. When Foster turned around, she became excited to see that Thor had returned, and rushed outside. The two then passionately embraced each other and proceeded to live out a life with each other.[9]

Renowned AstrophysicistEdit

"I'm not even sure what country Jane's in. Her work on the Convergence has made her the world's foremost astronomer."
Thor[src]

Due to Thor's celebrity-like status as an Avenger, Foster's relationship with him then became publicly known.[10] Foster kept studying the effects of the Convergence in London,[11] making important discoveries in the field of astrophysics, and becoming a serious candidate for winning a Nobel Prize for her work.[3] When Foster was showing her work to Thor at the University of London, they were interrupted by J.A.R.V.I.S. to inform them that Thor was needed to help fight HYDRA.[12] Foster later lectured about her experiences on interspace and dimensional travel at WHiH World News.[13]

Breaking Up With ThorEdit

"Sorry to hear that Jane dumped you."
"She didn't dump me, I dumped her. It was a mutual dumping."
―Fan and Thor[src]

Some time after the Ultron Offensive, Foster broke up with Thor. Shortly after, Thor left Earth in order to locate the remaining Infinity Stones, although he briefly returned to New York City two years later, where he tried to explain to a fan, as well as Loki, that the breakup was a mutual decision.[14]

Death and ResurrectionEdit

In 2018, Foster was among those many individuals who perished when Thanos, who had completed the Infinity Gauntlet with all the Infinity Stones, caused the Snap to wipe out half the life in the universe.[15] However, Foster was eventually resurrected along her fellow victims when Hulk snapped his fingers in 2023.[4]

Time HeistEdit

Theft of the Reality StoneEdit

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Foster resting in Asgard

"For you, Lady Jane."
"Um, do you have anything with... pants?"
"Pants?"
"Never mind. These will be fine. Thank you."
'Yes, miladly."
―An Asgardian Maiden and Jane Foster[src]

In an alternate 2013, Foster enquired a maiden if they had any extra pants before retreating into one of the chambers and taking a rest. When she awoke, Rocket Raccoon infiltrated Foster's chambers, snuck up behind her and used a device to extract the Aether from her body, prompting him to be chased by the Einherjar. After the Battle of Earth, Steve Rogers returned the Reality Stone to Asgard, albeit in its solidified form.[4]

PersonalityEdit

"Jane, this is a lot more serious than you realize. Let it go."
"Let it go? This is my life."
Erik Selvig and Jane Foster[src]

Jane Foster is an extremely intelligent scientist, who has a strong dedication towards uncovering scientific truths, mainly in astrophysics. Foster has devoted her life to science, having built most of her equipment herself, and is willing to do anything for her research, like drive into a powerful storm or work with Thor to recover her equipment from S.H.I.E.L.D..

Research is usually Foster's top priority, as she couldn't resist checking out an anomaly even though she was on a date, and later got mad when Darcy Lewis called the police, disrupting their uninterrupted access to the anomaly. Foster puts a lot of faith into her research, even when others doubt her, but she never lets it dissuade her, especially as she ends up being correct many times. That is why she trusted Thor and believed his story even though Erik Selvig, her mentor, warned her against him.

Because of her investment into scientific research, Foster finds herself most confident in situations that cater for it, and finds working helpful to calm her. However, outside of her area of expertise, Foster can be awkward in social settings, as she doesn't interact with many people outside of the scientific community, also stating that she never has guests. When she went on a date with Richard Madison, Foster didn't know what to do, so she hid behind her menu not saying anything.

Although she is not immature, Foster possesses a strong childlike wonder in regards to scientific discoveries, mainly those originating from Asgard, where she is exhilarated by things like the Bifrost Bridge, the Soul Forge and even the Asgardians themselves. This fascination in a whole other world of science is one of the reasons why Foster fell in love with Thor.

While she is passionate for her research, the only other thing that could possibly equal it is her love for Thor. At first, Foster was just intrigued by him, as he could help with her research, although she did find Thor attractive. But when Foster bonded with Thor, and he taught her about the Nine Realms, she developed strong feelings for him, and would later reveal that she loves the way he explains things.

When Thor left Earth and didn't return, Foster was unable to get over him, and immediately fell back in love when he returned, despite the heartbreak he put her through. When they resparked their love, it was proven to be incredibly strong, as Foster was willing to die with Thor during the Battle of Greenwich when she wasn't able to save him from the crashing Ark. And when Thor left again, Foster still remained hopeful he would return, despite what happened last time.

This love has always been in Foster's nature, which is what makes her a terrific person, and was the main reason Thor understood humanity, allowing him to become worthy again. When Frigga died protecting her from Malekith, Foster felt responsible and didn't want any more harm to occur because of her. Additionally, when Loki "died", Foster was visibly saddened by this, even though she didn't like him, but because he had helped save her life.

Despite just being a human with no powers or fighting ability, Foster is always willing to help whenever she can, even though she is often surrounded by mighty allies. Foster helped in the evacuation of Puente Antiguo when the Destroyer arrived, even though Thor asked her to get to safety, and was determined to stop Malekith from covering the universe in darkness with the Aether. Foster has even proven herself valuable in battles with her intellect, being an important part of Malekith's defeat, teleporting him away.

It can be perceived that Foster is very gentle and easy-going, as she revealed she has never done anything rebellious and dangerous before, but Foster isn't afraid to stand up for herself in heated moments. When S.H.I.E.L.D. confiscated all of her research and equipment, Foster argued with Phil Coulson, even though Selvig trie to tell her she shouldn't. Also, when she came across Loki while escaping Asgard, she immediately punched him without hesitation, due to him attacking New York.

AbilitiesEdit

"You're clever. Far more clever than anyone else in this realm."
Thor[src]
  • Master Scientist: Foster has become one of the most important astrophysicists in the world, having studied the existence of Einstein-Rosen Bridges, also known as wormholes, since before discovering their true nature through her experiences with Thor. Once he departed from New Mexico, Foster developed a revolutionary theory on wormholes known as the Foster Theory. She began to give lectures around the world, and she was even considered a serious candidate for the Nobel Prize.

EquipmentEdit

  • Phase Meter: Foster used this device to measure the cosmic energy anomalies within the Nine Realms. This device was used when Foster came across a series of portals created due to the Convergence.
"She stuck her hand inside a rock this one time, and then the Aether stuck itself inside her."
Thor to the Avengers[src]
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The Reality Stone flowing within Foster's body

  • Reality Stone: A strange red liquid, which was actually one of the Infinity Stones, that absorbed itself into Foster's body, using her as a host to draw from and grow stronger. While fused with Foster, the Reality Stone would release a violent blast from her body to protect itself. It was finally extracted from her body by Malekith, as well as Rocket Raccoon in an alternate timeline.
"This thing is amazing! I mean the magnetic-propulsion alone would advance Earth science by decades."
―Jane Foster[src]

VehiclesEdit

FacilitiesEdit

  • Culver University: Foster attended Culver University as a student and would eventually graduate.
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Foster with Thor in her Research Base

  • Jane Foster's Research Base: When Foster moved to New Mexico to look into anomalies out in the desert surrounding Puente Antiguo with Erik Selvig and Darcy Lewis, they operated out of a lab to conduct their research. When they met Thor, they allowed him to stay at the base with them. The base was completely emptied out when S.H.I.E.L.D. arrived to confiscate their equipment, but later returned it so Foster could work from the base for S.H.I.E.L.D..
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Foster reunites with her team in her apartment

  • Jane Foster's Apartment: Originally her mother's place, Foster moved in to the apartment after she was called London by Erik Selvig. Foster used the apartment as her lab, although she found herself spending all her time moping around, still hung up about Thor. When Foster returned to Earth, she went back to her apartment where her team formulated a plan to stop Malekith. After the Convergence, Foster witnessed Thor arrive at her apartment to live a life with her on Earth.
  • Royal Palace of Valaskjalf: When Thor discovered something to be wrong with Foster, he brought her to Asgard to help her. After learning the that the Aether was inside her, Foster was allowed to stay on Asgard for safety, given her own chambers, which she was imprisoned in temporarily after the Sacking of Asgard.
  • University of London: When living in London, Foster found employment at the University of London, where she would continue her research in astrophysics, the Nine Realms and the Convergence. Thor visited Foster at the University, where she brought him to the observatory, telling him about her research.

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Appearances for Jane Foster
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TriviaEdit

  • In the comics, Jane Foster eventually took up the mantle of Thor after he lost his ability to wield Mjølnir and was stripped of his powers.
  • Natalie Portman desired the role of Foster because the character is an astrophysicist in the films despite being a registered nurse and medical doctor in the comics.

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