Thor (Marvel Comics)

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Marvel Comics character
Thor art
Alter ego

Dr. Donald Blake


Thor is a fictional character and super hero in Marvel Comics stories.

Fictional biography

Descended from Norse gods, Thor nearly started a war by violating a truce with his family's ancient enemy --the Frost Giants. Odin, his father, banished the young god of thunder to Earth without his memory, to teach Thor how to behave as a mere mortal. After a decade as an earthly doctor, Donald Blake was drawn to Norway, and a subsequent encounter with a race of warmongering aliens. While hiding out in a cave, Blake found a mysterious wooden cane that turned out to be the enchanted hammer Mjolnir -- which transformed him back into the mighty Thor. He drove off the alien invaders and took his place with the Avengers. Shaking off the Blake persona, Thor was soon forced to assume the human identity of EMS technician Jake Olsen. Thor is forever torn between his divine home -- the hallowed halls of Asgard -- and the troubled lands of his adopted home, Earth.


Marvel Comics

Once it was established that Bruce Banner's mind was in control of the Hulk's body, the Hulk was treated to a celebration in New York City where he received a presidential pardon from Ronald Reagan, the key to the city, and praise from a number of superheroes, including Thor.[1]

Thor was among the superhumans who were invited to take on the Champion of the Universe in a fighting contest at Madison Square Garden. Sadly Thor was disqualified for using his hammer illegally in the combat.[2]

Thor was among the members of the Avengers who were captured by Morgan Le Fay and mind controlled into becoming her personal guard, the Queen's Vengeance. While briefly under her control he went by the name Donar the Mighty.[3]

Thor resigned his active status as an Avenger when he was asked to apologize to news reporters for breaking their camera.[4]

Thor was among the reserve Avengers who responded to Quasar's call for assistance in investigating the destruction of a Rigelian outpost world. He traveled with Photon and Moondragon to the outpost world and met up with Tigra and Starfox, where they found the only survivor to be the wounded Jack of Hearts. Together they fought a Servator of the Infinities.[5]

He was among the heroes incapacitated by Graviton when he attempted to take over the Earth once again.[6]


This is a 250 point Hero version of Thor by Hyper-Man.[7]

Val Char Cost Roll Notes
13/60 STR 3 12- / 21- Lift 151.6kg/102.4tons; 2 1/2d6/12d6 [1/5]
14/17 DEX 12 12- OCV: 5/6/DCV: 5/6
13/30 CON 6 12- / 15-
13 BODY 6 12-
10 INT 0 11- PER Roll 11-
15 EGO 10 12- ECV: 5
10/15 PRE 0 11- / 12- PRE Attack: 2d6/3d6
16 COM 3 12-

6/23 PD 3 Total: 6/23 PD (6/15 rPD)
6/21 ED 3 Total: 6/21 ED (6/15 rED)
4 SPD 16 Phases: 3, 6, 9, 12
6/14 REC 0
26/60 END 0
27/50 STUN 0 Total Characteristic Cost: 62

Running: 6"/12"
Flight: 10"/40"
Leaping: 2"/4"
Swimming: 2"/4"

Cost Powers END
Asgardian Abilities, all slots Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4)
22 1) +27 STR (27 Active Points) 3
11 2) +20 STR, Reduced Endurance (1/2 END; +1/4) (25 Active Points); OIF (Belt
of Might; -1/2), No Figured Characteristics (-1/2) 1
5 3) +3 DEX (9 Active Points); No Figured Characteristics (-1/2)
27 4) +17 CON (34 Active Points)
4 5) +5 PRE (5 Active Points)
4 6) +5 PD (5 Active Points)
4 7) +5 ED (5 Active Points)
6 8) Damage Resistance (8 PD/8 ED) (8 Active Points)
12 9) Armor (7 PD/7 ED) (21 Active Points); OIF (Magical Breastplate; -1/2)
22 10) Life Support (Eating: Character only has to eat once per week; Extended
Breathing: 1 END per Turn; Immunity: All terrestrial diseases and biowarfare
agents; Longevity: Immortal; Safe in High Pressure; Safe in High Radiation; 
Safe in Intense Cold; Safe in Intense Heat; Safe in Low Pressure/Vacuum; 
Sleeping: Character only has to sleep 8 hours per week) (27 Active Points)

28 The Hammer: Multipower, 50-point reserve, (50 Active Points); all slots 
Restrainable (-1/2), Only In Heroic Identity (-1/4)
2u 1) Swing!: Hand-To-Hand Attack +5d6, Variable Advantage (+1/2 Advantages; 
Examples: x1.5 KB, AP, Penetrating, AOE 1 Hex Accurate, Affects Desolidified, 
Reduced END, etc...; +1) (50 Active Points); Hand-To-Hand Attack (-1/2) 5
Notes: Can be combined with up to 25 STR and apply Advantage(s) to 10d6 total 
3u 2) Throw!: Energy Blast 10d6 (vs. ED) (50 Active Points) 5
3u 3) Hammer Throw Movement: Flight 10", x4 Noncombat, Variable Advantage (+1/2 
Advantages; +1) (50 Active Points) 5
3u 4) Access to Rainbow Bridge: Extra-Dimensional Movement (Any Dimension, 
Single Location), x4 Increased Weight, Safe Blind Travel (+1/4) (50 Active 
Points) 5
3u 5) Spinning Shield: Force Wall (10 PD/10 ED) (50 Active Points) 5
3u 6) Lightning!: Killing Attack - Ranged 1d6+1 (vs. ED), Area Of Effect (4" 
Any Area; +1 1/4), Selective (+1/4) (50 Active Points) 5

4 Reputation: It's Thor! (A large group) 11-, +2/+2d6
22 Various Skills: Custom Skill 

Total Powers & Skill Cost: 188
Total Cost: 250

200+ Disadvantages

Total Disadvantage Points: 250 


  1. Incredible Hulk #279
  2. Marvel Two-In-One Annual #7
  3. Avengers III #2-3
  4. Avengers III #26
  5. Avengers Infinity #1
  6. Thunderbolts #57

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