God of Thunder vs God of War who wins ?
Starts 100 meters apart
R1: H2H only
R2: Lightning only
R3: All out
It's a tough choice they can both hurt each other, Thor has higher durability compared to Diana so will tank what he throws at him better, the question is can he put Ares down I think he can hurt Ares so could eventually and he could also pretty much do what Diana did to end the fight and Thor hits a lot harder than Diana
I'm honestly leaning towards Thor taking it maybe 6/10 my mind could be changed though
@thorthunder98: um no.....thor got a nosebleed from hulk, diana took multiple more powerful punches from doomsday without taking any damage, she tanked his heat vision and his electrical release. And was able to knock doomsday off his feet completely.
So yea she is far beyond thor
Round 1 - Ares quite easily, about 9/10. He's been shown to be at least the equal of WW when it comes to H2H, which MCU Thor has not been shown to be anywhere close.
Round 2 - Might give this one to Thor, but not easily. Maybe about 6.5/10. Both lightnings were impressive, but we haven't seen enough destructive capability of Ares' lightning, since the only time we saw it, it was absorbed by WW's bracelets.
Round 3 - Really tough and good fight. Thor has been shown to have more pure strength, but Ares has more skill and versatility. I guess I'd give it to Ares 5.5/10, but maybe I'm biased.
@DammeFavour: Thor also survived a city exploding and Batman under a slab of concrete also survived DD's emissions and in his plane survived his laser vision.
The bold was pure PIS. Doomsday’s blasts were literally disintegrating buildings as the explosions expanded so no way batman should have lived. I love BvS and that is one of the few gripes I had with the film. I'd like to think because Superman and Wonder Woman were "kinda" standing in front of Batman, they deflected a portion of the blast away from him but there is no way to prove that iirc. Regarding his plane, the fact that it didn't blow up probably has something to do with the technology and where it was hit so I wouldn't count that.
@americanspeeddemon: thor was not at the epicentre, there were 2 open ends, iron man was at one end, thor at the other plus the actual explosion happened within the city. So they both only took a fraction. Plus we have clear showings of his durability like the hulk punch, the boulder, the concrete pillars and the fall from the helicarrier
@DammeFavour: you're misremembering Thor was in the center of the city he was the catalyst. Ironman was under the city and began to fly away before the explosion hit him.
Thor striking the vibrainium pillar is what started the explosion Thor was literally inches away from the start of the explosion. Ironman was at least a few hundred yards away.
@americanspeeddemon: I still doubt very much he got hit severely by the explosion. Sokovia took all of the explosion, not Thor. If the blast went in the opposite direction an actually hit thor, i would be inclined to agree. He probably just felt some recoil from the blast similiar to when you shoot a gun and there is recoil.
@thelastdragonborn: @DammeFavour: again the explosion started from mjolnir and spread out throughout the city including the parts behind him. Remember the church was in the center of the city so the explosion had to travel backwards past Thor to destroy that part. Watch the scene again i think you guys are misremembering how the explosion happened
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