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- 1 Biography
- 2 Personality
- 3 Powers and Abilities
- 4 Equipment
- 5 Facilities
- 6 Relationships
- 7 References
- 8 External Links
Party on Earth
After Odin fell in the Odinsleep and Frigga left to visit her sisters to celebrate the solstice, Thor was left under Heimdall's supervision. However, Thor, along with Sif and the Warriors Three, secretly escaped Heimdall through Odin's Vault to travel to Earth. Thor, Sif, and the Warriors Three arrived via the Bifrost Bridge in Las Vegas, Nevada startling the tourists. Thor announced himself as the "Party Prince" to ease the tourists' alarm and started a party. Thor then invited extraterrestial beings from across the universe to attend.
Thor met with a few Skrulls, who he asked if they could transform into his appearance, before he was greeted by Jane Foster. Foster wanted to ask him serious questions about his arrival, but was enticed by Thor to join his party. Thor introduced Foster to his friends and received tattoos with her. Later that night, Thor crashed in a nearby hotel room with Fandral, Rocket Raccoon, Korg, and Foster before leaving for Paris, France. In Paris, Thor met with Loki and other Frost Giants and witnessed what they thought was a shooting star. However, it ended up being Carol Danvers.
Brawl with Captain Marvel
Danvers demanded Thor to leave Earth and end his planet-wide party. Thor refused, calling her a party pooper, and engaged in a fight. After Thor got the upper hand using Mjølnir and blasted Danvers to the Stonehenge, he arrived and out of petty spite, knocked the structures over. Danvers then struck him, sending him flying back into New Mexico.
In the desert, they fought with Thor trying to blast Danvers with lightning from Mjølnir, but she absorbed the energy using her powers. The two then engaged in aerial fighting and travelled across the world, landing back in Paris. Upon arriving, Thor placed Mjølnir on Danvers' chest, preventing her from getting up, and successfully defeating her.
Cleaning Up The Planet
Afterwards, Thor travelled to Sydney, Australia and was about to slide down the Sydney Opera House to impress his friends, when he was caught by Danvers who brought him to Siberia. As the two were about to fight again, Frigga appeared as a projection, informing him that Foster had contacted her. He tried to convince her he was home, but the passing polar bear revealed he was on Earth. He then told her he was there to study, but she said she would be coming to see his progress in his "studies". Now worried, Thor asked for Danvers' help in hiding his mess, but she suggested he start in the corners and clean out.
Arriving back in Sydney, Thor told his friends, such as Drax and Nebula, that he needed their help to clean up, but they decided to leave instead. In a panic, Thor summoned his power and projected his voice to them telling them that his mother was on the way. This prompted his friends to begin a hastened and thorough attempt to clean up their mess and repair the damage that resulted from the blowout. By the time Frigga arrived, Thor was in Italy standing in front of the Warriors Three and a few others, pretending to be studying. Danvers arrived as well, and to his relief, she went along with the façade. Frigga began to believe him, until he summoned Mjølnir, revealing that it was covered in graffiti, beads, and a pair of boxers, exposing what happened.
Afterwards, Thor travelled back to New Mexico and visited Foster at her van. He was then prompted by her to ask her out on a proper date. However, as they said goodbye, a portal opened up before them, with an army of robots and their leader wielding the six Infinity Stones walking through.
Battle for the Multiverse
Invasion in Las Vegas
The Ultron Sentries invaded Thor's universe and travelled to Las Vegas, the area with a large population closest to the desert. Thor fought them off, defending Las Vegas. After nearly defeating all of them, Thor was found by the The Watcher and snatched out of his universe.
He was transported to a dimension outside of time and space constructed by Doctor Strange in the form of a bar. Thor then asked Strange for a beer and met the others present: Captain Carter, Star-Lord T'Challa, Gamora, and Erik Killmonger. Thor was then startled again after the Watcher appeared abruptly before them. The Watcher explained to them Ultron's quest to conquer the Multiverse and Strange explained the Infinity Stones to them. Afterwards, the Watcher referred to them as the Guardians of the Multiverse.
After making a plan, Thor and the Guardians were transported to another universe on an uninhabited planet. While there, Gamora asked Thor if he trusted Killmonger, in which he replied that he trusted everyone. Strange then provided drinks for them and Thor used Mjolnir in excitement, inadvertently alerting Ultron to their location. Strange supplied Thor and the others with a protection spell as Ultron broke into the universe. Thor attacked Ultron using his lightning but Ultron absorbed the energy and proceeded to try to kill them. As the other Guardians escaped, Thor and Strange remained behind, and Thor witnessed Strange conjure a Inter-Dimensional Portal from another universe, summoning zombies to overwhelm Ultron.
Without being raised along with Loki, Thor became more arrogant and rambunctious. He was more interested in partying in the vein of a college frat boy. When Odin was entering the Odinsleep, Frigga told him not to have parties, but he ended up doing so anyways on Earth.
Powers and Abilities
- Asgardian Physiology: As an Asgardian, Thor possesses incredible supernatural powers and superhuman attributes far surpassing many other species in the universe.
- Superhuman Strength: Thor is incredibly strong, as he could strike Captain Marvel from France to the United Kingdom and topple Stonehenge like dominos with just one finger. He could also trade blows with Captain Marvel, whose punches have been described by Fury to be equal to ten nuclear bombs. He also straightened the Leaning Tower of Pisa.
- Superhuman Durability: Thor is incredibly durable, capable of taking attacks from Captain Marvel with no visible injury, including getting punched from United Kingdom to America and hurled into a mountain.
- Superhuman Speed: Thor possesses incredible superhuman speed, capable of keeping up with Captain Marvel throughout their entire fight.
- Superhuman Agility: To be added
- Superhuman Stamina: Thor's advanced musculature is considerably more efficient than that of a human and most other Asgardians. As a result, his muscles produce far fewer fatigue toxins during physical activity compared to those of humans and most other members of his race. He showed no sign of exhaustion even after partying for extended periods of time and his fight against Captain Marvel.
- Superhuman Reflexes: To be added
- Regenerative Healing Factor: To be added
- Longevity: Despite being over a thousand years old, Thor has the physical appearance of a young human adult.
- Powers via Mjølnir: To be added
- Weather Manipulation: Thor is able to control the weather using Mjølnir. He summoned a massive storm in order to catch the attention of his guests and convince them to help clean up his party.
- Electricity Manipulation: Thor is capable of summoning lightning using Mjølnir. He used it against Captain Marvel and then to charge up a city's power grid after Surtur accidentally made it lose power.
- Flight: Thor is capable of flying at high-speeds using Mjølnir.
- Density Manipulation: To be added
- Energy Projection: To be added
- Weapon Summoning: Thor can summon Mjølnir to his hand wherever it is, even from great distances, as shown when he summoned it from Stonehenge when he was at America.
- Protection Spell: To be added
- Physical Augmentation: To be added
- Weapon Augmentation: To be added
- Master Combatant: Thor is a highly skilled combatant, able to go toe-to-toe with Captain Marvel in combat.
- Hammer Mastery: Thor can effectively use Mjølnir in his fights, as shown when he battled Captain Marvel, eventually getting the upper hand.
- Expert Marksman: To be added
- Expert Tactician: To be added
- Bilingualism: To be added
- Dancer: To be added
- Mjølnir: To be added
- Asgardian Armor: To be added
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