IW Thor vs Death Star beam

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Thor stands still and declares that no mortal weapon could possibly hurt the God of Thunder.

Emperor Palpatine decides to put his claim to the test.

Does Thor tank the beam or does he die?

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Thor dies.. He has never shown feats for anything near this...

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@xzone: He did tank the full force of a neutron star concentrated in a beam.

I'd say that's within the realm of Death Star beam.

The planet exploding would would probably kill Thor but I just asked about the beam.

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No.

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Destroying a planet =/= Star Forge

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While the total energy of the star forge might be on par with the death star laser, the laser is much more concentrated in power while the star forge produce less energy but over a longer time.

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#8  Edited By diydeath

@rl4: Good thing that wasn't the question!

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Obviously dies

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Thor has planet busting durability now?

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Thor's passive lighting cloak disintegrates the Death Star before it even fires

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Thor Planet Busts before the death star can lol he dies

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People keep acting like he tanked the Star Forge when it reality he would have died if not for his hammer being made of plotonium.

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#15  Edited By diydeath

@thorthunder98: Not sure If I'd go that far lol.

He tanked the Star Forge for a few minutes and was almost dead after, Stormbreaker healed him when he summoned it so to some degree he was still conscious.

Mind you this Star Forge was stated to have the full force of a dwarf star.

No clue if that's enough to.say he could facetank a Death Star laser to the face.

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#16  Edited By KanyeCosby

Thor survived one hundred gazillion, lmaolillion, badillion, ugabugabillion, wankillion joules of energy from the star forge feat. He no sells the Death Star beam.

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The same people who calclated the star feat even claimed he couldnt survive this... look up because science

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#18  Edited By Thorthunder98

@diydeath: He cannot tank a planet busting attack that is ridiculous

EDIT: Not just tank he cannot survive it at all

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Since people are being silly about the whole feat thing Is like to direct you all to this thread:

https://comicvine.gamespot.com/forums/gen-discussion-1/is-thor-star-forge-feat-legit-iw-1950255/

If you don't think the feat is legit well, that's a personal problem.

I just want to know if Thor can tank a Death Star beam, not the planet blowing up, just the beam.

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@solo788: Even with no reasoning that's better than 1/2 the posts in this thread.

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He can't. Especially in Legends.

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Thor dies

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Hmm.

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Death Star Beam wins. Thor barely lives in a neutron star. And if he was exposed more than a few more minutes, the beam of the neutron star would have killed him.

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Thor almost certainly dies

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Can someone remind of the size of the beam? He can't tank the full force, but if it's the size of a city or something, he might could tank the fraction of a percent that hits him.

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Can someone remind of the size of the beam? He can't tank the full force, but if it's the size of a city or something, he might could tank the fraction of a percent that hits him.

I can remind you that the Neutron star was one quintillionth the size of our Sun.

1,000,000,000,000,000,000 of those Neutron stars would fit in our sun.

Its also one trillionth the size of Earth.

Its not even remotely as impressive as the Death Star Beam.

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@Aristeaus: whether the beam neutron star beam was impressive is subjective. The size of the star, and the heat of the star are also factors that act independently of each other from my knowledge.

I merely asked the size of the death star beam to know how much of it would hit Thor. The rest of it's extremely large yield is worthless in this discussion.

The comparison of power between the star feat and the ds laser is also something I did not bring up at all. Which I favor the ds laser on in case you're wondering...

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@Aristeaus: whether the beam neutron star beam was impressive is subjective. The size of the star, and the heat of the star are also factors that act independently of each other from my knowledge.

I merely asked the size of the death star beam to know how much of it would hit Thor. The rest of it's extremely large yield is worthless in this discussion.

The comparison of power between the star feat and the ds laser is also something I did not bring up at all. Which I favor the ds laser on in case you're wondering...

They are not independent of one another.

Luminosity and Mass are directly proportional to one another. Its called the Mass-Luminosity relation.

It is so important, in fact, that a star 20 times larger then the sun is 10,000 times more luminous.

This is also true of the inverse. A star 20 times smaller then the sun, is 10,000 times LESS luminous.

A star 1 Quintilian times smaller? Well, you do the math. Its not subjective at all. The feat is horrendously unimpressive.

That is not even taking into account that Neutron stars alone are much, much, much less luminous then regular stars to begin with.

If that star existed ( which, by the way, in cannot exist in real life... its too small to hold itself together ), that beam likely wouldn't even bust a house.