|Portrayed By||Ben Reed|
|Also Known As||Norse God of Thunder|
|Brother(s)|| Loki |
Thor is a benevolent god but is easily offended and very temperamental. He is a warrior god known for protecting the Norse people.
He tends to rely blindly on brute force in battle which led to his fall in his battle with Hercules.
He is also completely dependent on his hammer Mjollnir and loses all walks of confidence if he loses it.
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As a Nordic god Thor owns superhuman abilities similar to those of other gods. He is also one of the most powerful of the Norse pantheon.
Immortality: Thor is immune to old age but can be killed by other gods or divine weapons.
Atmokinesis: Thor has shown the ability to create thunderstorms.
Supernatural strength: Thors superhuman strength is enough to prevent the roof of a house to collapse. His strength is superior to those of lesser gods and equal to Hercules.
Invisibility: All Gods have the power to make themselves invisible to all mortals they can't be seen or heard by them.
Powers by Mjollnir: Thor's powerful hammer who, while in its possession, give Thor other thunder relayed powers.
Electric Charging: When Thor turns or throws his hammer, it is charging electricity in the hammer that can kill mortals and hurt demigods and gods.
Electric shockwave: By striking the ground with his hammer, Thor can create a shockwave of electricity, powerful enough to kill mortals and send Hercules across a forest.
teleportation: by hitting the ground with his hammer Thor creates teleporting himself or someone else between the earth and Asgard.
Summoning: When he throws the hammer in commbat, it returns to his hand.