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Quote1.png God of Thunder. But you all can just call me Thor. I'm quite... powerful, as you probably know. Pretty sure I'm the strongest asgardian ever. I can summon lightning, which no one else here can do. And that's just a small taste of my almost infinite abilities. Quote2.png


Thor was a beloved prince of Asgard as well as the god of thunder. He had a troubled relationship with his brother, Loki, who had a habit of challenging Thor, only for it to be mischievous scheme.

Loki tricked Thor into breaking into their father's vault and stealing the Lur of Luramena. After returning to Loki, Loki sounded the horn, summoning Mildred.[2] As Thor and Loki's attempts to directly oppose her failed, Thor decided to blow the Lur of Luramena again. He summoned Mildred's mother, who yelled at her daughter and carried her home. Odin found his sons and ordered them to clean up the wreckage. As they cleaned, Loki revealed he had stolen a magic orb, which seemingly had the power to put the rubble back together. As he attempted to unleash the full power of the orb, he accidentally opened a portal, which Thor and Loki fell into.[1]

They landed in Jotunheim, but Loki had lost the orb. A group of Mountain Giants surrounded them and as they tried to escape, Thor (Jane Foster) came to their rescue. Seeing her Mjolnir made the brothers realized that they were in an alternate reality. After a brief scuffle, which ended with Jane beating Thor at arm wresting, Thor and Loki revealed they couldn't return to their reality without their missing orb.[3]

Thor vs. Thor

They looked for the orb in the nest of Fjalara, a giant bird that liked shiny items. When the bird returned, Laufeyson tried to distract her, and Jane realized the bird was actually her Loki. Exposed, the goddess of mischief revealed she had the orb. The two Lokis fought for the orb while the Thors bonded through apples. Eventually, Laufeyson gave up fighting, deciding to try and trick his counterpart. Laufeyson got Loki to turn the orb clockwise, and the Midgard Serpent emerged. Thor and Loki hitched a ride while turning the orb counterclockwise. After going through the void multiple times, the brothers return home. Loki apologized for being annoying and stubborn, but started trying to convince Thor of another scheme anyway.[4]



Seemingly those of the Thor Odinson of Earth-616.


Seemingly those of the Thor Odinson of Earth-616.




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