Lightning Imbuing - Thor can imbue any weapon he wields with lightning.
Added a few things. Particularly a bit about coordination under the skill section.
And I added this here which I think makes Thor's feat of enduring the Aether storm and blasts more impressive.
Hopefully the Infinity War scenes will come out before school gets really busy.
@amcu: ikr? Seriously, I don't know what the people who say Wanda was the strongest are taking, but her big moment consisted of doing worse at destroying the mind stone than Thor with the reality stone in TDW and getting overpowered by the space stone alone. Thor straight up overpowered Thanos in raw power, which is also a crazy feat for thanos since he tanked Thor's lightning before staying concious with a freaking axe in his chest. In fact, as far as I can remember, he didn't do worse than any of his best moments aside from slamming the outriders and breaking a pipe. Every other feat I remember from him was right up there with Sokovia or above.
@drpepperman: Agreed with everything. Thor was just on another level throughout IW. A lot of people don't want to accept it though. I think its interesting how some people will argue that every major feat a character accomplishes in a film is an outlier.
@amcu: In my experience, it's generally "Thor was cut up by a boulder and couldn't get out of the way"
Then a thread later, "hulk couldn't even one shot Thor with a punch, he is weak."
And of course, "If Thor or hulk can do it DCEU Superman (or is it WoDC?) can do it too." MCU character have no feats, they are either anti feats or it's not shockwave making.
@amcu: Somehow I never realized that reality warping resistance feat. Perhaps that's why Thanos couldn't just turn Thor in to blocks in IW, and maybe even gives possibility to the idea that Thor resisted wandas tp for longer than the other avengers.
@amcu: Yeah, Thor has so many more abilities than even myself a Thor fan can remember.
So many abilities go un noticed, like being able to manifest is armor, cape, and general gear at a moments notice. Turning Mjolnir in to an umbrella (which I must say was one of my favorite parts of ragnarok because it was such a callback to the original Thor comics). Being able to simply change the weather by his mood. Heck, Thor stopped rain with a casual glance. Another thing that makes me think Odin and Thor have resistance to the reality stone is the fact that anyone who touched Jane when she possessed the aether got knocked back (even asgardians), but Thor and Odin had no issues. Also, Thor's ability to move things with lightning, and his ability to use other objects as a conductor for his lightning. So many things about Thor are downplayed or simply called an outlier, but the character himself is the most versatile and interesting character in CBM
@amcu: No, Loki didn't change the hammer (or at least it wasn't shown or said to be so) When Thor hit the umbrella on the ground it became Mjolnir, hence the reference to the comics. You can clearly see that Thor turns his umbrella to Mjolnir and summons his armor from normal clothes
@amcu: One other thing. I think it would be fair to change the "not one of Thor's best abilities" from the strength column. Given his recent feats (not even talking about the ring feat with rockets pod here). The feat where Thor opens the forge beam is still the best strength feat in the DCEU or MCU, not to mention Thor did it while burning to death. The feat will be easier to quantify tho when the movie comes out
No, Loki didn't change the hammer (or at least it wasn't shown or said to be so) When Thor hit the umbrella on the ground it became Mjolnir, hence the reference to the comics. You can clearly see that Thor turns his umbrella to Mjolnir and summons his armor from normal clothes
This is true. I was referring to it being turned into an umbrella. I thought that was Loki. Thor turned it back into Mjolnir but Loki was the one that made it look like an umbrella IIRC. I'd have to watch the scene again to be sure.
One other thing. I think it would be fair to change the "not one of Thor's best abilities" from the strength column. Given his recent feats (not even talking about the ring feat with rockets pod here). The feat where Thor opens the forge beam is still the best strength feat in the DCEU or MCU, not to mention Thor did it while burning to death. The feat will be easier to quantify tho when the movie comes out
Yeah I should have edited it by now. Been thinking it was hilarious that I said that and than IW happened to totally change it. Though I still do think Thor's durability is more impressive than his strength.
@amcu: Nope, loki didn't change Mjolnir (unless it was done off screen)
Yeah, his durability is even more impressive. That's what makes Thor so crazy powerful.
That's actually why I get annoyed by people saying someone like doomsday or Superman would beat Hela. Atm, Hela is the strongest character in DCEU/MCU film. (Thor has the best strength feat, and she overpowered him with one arm) she's also very possibly the most durable character.
@xzone: Yeah just checked the scene and it doesn't show Loki doing it. I'm still not sure about it though because he was with Loki at the moment and Loki has shown to cast illusions on Thor to make him look like Sif in the past. Thor also has never displayed the type of magic to make Mjolnir look like other objects so I don't think it's clear. But I see where you're coming from.
Agreed on the rest. Hela's durability is hard to gauge but strength wise she badly overpowered Thor which should make her the strongest MCU/DCEU character in pure strength besides maybe Surtur.
@amcu: That would be awesome. Dude doesn't get near the respect he deserves. It would be awesome to see a respect thread for loki or spider-man as well. They really are underrated as hell. Keep up the good work
I think Spider-Man and Loki both already have RT's. And thanks again man. I'm glad this RT turned out well. Excited for the future.
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