How does it not retcon Ragnarok? So you mean to tell me Thor always had twice his amount of power but became even more powerful after Mjolnir was crushed? Plus depending on how you view Hela, she was either worthy enough to hold Mjolnir in the air or she did it through pure strength. I believe it was the latter but if the former then the worthiness clause is very open to interpretation. Thor is the god of Thunder, the hammer should only be a conduit for his power per MCU explanation unless this is like a Shazam family situation.
Man, you simply are not understand, it's not like these movies are Interstellar or Inception.
For Thor it just gave his powers back when he became worthy again, Its his trial to regain what was his. Just a one time thing
For others it will give you whatever thor has. Not sure how long you'd retain the power[Strength, durabilty, control over weather] once you let go of mjolnir.
That is what I don't get. Shouldn't Thor have lost his power once Steve became worthy or is it because Mjolnir was time displaced that he did not? That I could maybe understand as a loophole but this whole 'Thor's powers are internal and also fully accessible from Mjolnir' does not make sense given Ragnarok. Unless of course the user of Mjolnir is borrowing power from Thor himself hence my Shazam reference.
Thor's powers are his own, he doesn't need Mjolnir for that, however, when Odin placed the enchantment, he made it so that whoever lifts Mjolnir gets the powers of Thor, Mjolnir grants anyone who wields it the powers of Thor, but for Thor himself it is only a tool, he doesn't gain any power from the hammer because it is already his.
Other people can use Thor's hammer and he doesn't lose a single bit of strength/power, Mjolnir itself contains the powerset of Thor because Odin made it so, but Thor has it already in himself.
Thor = Thor with super strength + super durabilty + lightning powers
Thor + mjolnir = Thor with super strength + super durabilty + lightning powers
Thor with stormbreaker and mjolnir = Thor with super strength + super durabilty + lightning powers
Cap + mjolnir = super strength + super durabilty + lightning powers [Thor wont lose power]
Reason why? Odin's magic. Odin's enchantment.
Odin is powerful enough to seal powers even if its inborn, he can cast a magic to give powers to others if he wills it.
Read 616 comics[Main timeline to understand it fully]
Just dont read thor from 2014 onwards or it'll confuse you even more
Thanks for the explanation. Hmm now I wonder, going back to my Hela statement, maybe she was neither worthy or used her strength when she held Mjolnir. Maybe once Odin died (which released her) the enchantment on Mjolnir was erased?