How did Thor went from a City Buster at AoU to have a Star Level durability n presumably a Universal w/Stormbreaker in IW?

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Poll: How did Thor went from a City Buster at AoU to have a Star Level durability n presumably a Universal w/Stormbreaker in IW? (37 votes)

Because he is God of Thunder Mighty Thor!! 30%
Inconsistensies 3%
WTF No, he was never a star level let alone a Universal in DC just because countered full IG beam 49%
PIS/bad writing 11%
Different Directors with Different agendas 5%
Results 3%

I'm talking about the fluctuation of Thor's power level in MCU.

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#1 Posted by Boby501 (575 posts) - - Show Bio

Easy, He didn’t.

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#2 Posted by Richubs (7529 posts) - - Show Bio

Nice bait.

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#3 Posted by TakenStew22 (5999 posts) - - Show Bio

@boby501 said:

Easy, He didn’t.

Now stop making these threads OP.

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#4 Posted by KryptonianKing88 (609 posts) - - Show Bio

0/10 bait

Thor is island-Micro state level

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#5 Posted by TheSpartanB345T (5229 posts) - - Show Bio

If we scale him from Cap it's just a natural growth in power tbh.

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#6 Posted by kgb725 (20004 posts) - - Show Bio

Idk wtf yall be seeing in the movies

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#7 Posted by Kevd4wg (14308 posts) - - Show Bio

Ragnarok amp

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#8 Posted by MarvelandDCfan24 (8265 posts) - - Show Bio

Thor is barely above street level

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#9 Posted by Green_Tea (10717 posts) - - Show Bio

He didn’t city bust

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#10 Posted by Supermanfan1938 (1125 posts) - - Show Bio

The first one he got help from Tony, the star feat is not star level durability. And IG blast is not universal and I believe Russos said Stormbreaker is a specific counter to the IG.

Even if you wanked Thor, the reason there is a difference in feats is the setting/plot and different directors. IW had high stakes with Thanos threatening half the life in existence, AoU was Ultron taking over the world.

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#11 Posted by The_Hajduk (7376 posts) - - Show Bio

The star was established as Thor’s hard limit. He barely succeeded in that feat, and it was at the cost of most of his skin. People forget that he would have died soon after if the magic axe didn’t revitalize him.

The city bust was never established as something that pushed Thor, or something he had to try hard in order to do. He and Tony never really questioned if Thor could crack the city. They both just agree to it immediately with no doubt on Thor’s ability to do it. Multiple characters question whether he can survive the star or not.

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#12 Posted by EmmaFrostXmen (4310 posts) - - Show Bio

1- Thor didn’t city bust this has been proven time and time again

2- Thor’s ring feat is now an outlier, and no one can say anything different unless you can show me a feat of Thor’s close to that level

3- Featless infinity gauntlet blast, the infinity stones use a different amount of strength every time they are used, sometimes big scale sometimes small scale therefore the feat is confusing and definitely incalculable

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#13 Edited by TakenStew22 (5999 posts) - - Show Bio

Btw, that wasn't a city bust, just a chunk of it. Town level at best.

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#14 Posted by chuggachugga170 (572 posts) - - Show Bio

city busting through feats only, Planet buster with bifrost

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#15 Posted by Marvelitez (420 posts) - - Show Bio

@chuggachugga170: He isn't a city buster. And only the Bifrost machine on Asgard could bust a dying a planet

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#17 Posted by GateOfBabylon (5338 posts) - - Show Bio

The star was established as Thor’s hard limit. He barely succeeded in that feat, and it was at the cost of most of his skin. People forget that he would have died soon after if the magic axe didn’t revitalize him.

The city bust was never established as something that pushed Thor, or something he had to try hard in order to do. He and Tony never really questioned if Thor could crack the city. They both just agree to it immediately with no doubt on Thor’s ability to do it. Multiple characters question whether he can survive the star or not.

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#18 Posted by DetectiveSomerset__ (1753 posts) - - Show Bio

WTF No, he was never a star level let alone a Universal in DC just because countered full IG beam 52%

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#19 Posted by eri123 (7385 posts) - - Show Bio

He didn't tho.

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#20 Edited by Mrnoital (8493 posts) - - Show Bio

@gateofbabylon said:
@the_hajduk said:

The star was established as Thor’s hard limit. He barely succeeded in that feat, and it was at the cost of most of his skin. People forget that he would have died soon after if the magic axe didn’t revitalize him.

The city bust was never established as something that pushed Thor, or something he had to try hard in order to do. He and Tony never really questioned if Thor could crack the city. They both just agree to it immediately with no doubt on Thor’s ability to do it. Multiple characters question whether he can survive the star or not.

.... Thor didn't bust the city children, listen to the words they are saying in that scene, very easy proof that he just cracked the vibranium machine holding the landmass up and together, and if Ironman didn't make that heat seal, the city would just fall apart, the fact that you refuse to acknowledge the words in the movie is just sad

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#21 Posted by Devilmenworks (920 posts) - - Show Bio

1- Thor didn’t city bust this has been proven time and time again

2- Thor’s ring feat is now an outlier, and no one can say anything different unless you can show me a feat of Thor’s close to that level

3- Featless infinity gauntlet blast, the infinity stones use a different amount of strength every time they are used, sometimes big scale sometimes small scale therefore the feat is confusing and definitely incalculable

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#22 Posted by GateOfBabylon (5338 posts) - - Show Bio

People love to call Thor's star feat an outlier simply because they don't like it.

Show me an energy durability anti-feat that counters it. If not, it's not an outlier.

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#23 Edited by TheOmniDoctor (69 posts) - - Show Bio

I've seen people claim that MCU Thor has 4 septillion ton strength due to the "rings feat" and that he "effortlessly no-sold" the star. Don't forget the part where overpowering a full IG with Stormbreaker made him multiversal...

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