Avatar image for gamer-guy
Posted by Gamer-Guy (2529 posts) 11 days, 4 hours ago

Poll: where does the rings feat put thor's (MCU) strength at (72 votes)

10 tons 7%
100 tons 4%
1000 tons 18%
10000 tons 10%
100000 tons 21%
in the million ton range 40%
Avatar image for marvelanddcfan24
#1 Posted by MarvelandDCfan24 (5145 posts) - - Show Bio

Anywhere from 100 to a thousand tons

Avatar image for rbt
#2 Posted by RBT (23237 posts) - - Show Bio

Slightly above unquantifiable.

Avatar image for beyonder97
#3 Posted by Beyonder97 (889 posts) - - Show Bio

At least planet level, those rings must have weighed trillion tons

Avatar image for drpepperman
#4 Posted by DrPepperMan (4355 posts) - - Show Bio

At least 100,000 tons.

Avatar image for worldofthunder
#5 Posted by Worldofthunder (4326 posts) - - Show Bio

It puts him at full force of a star. ;)

Avatar image for amcu
#6 Edited by Amcu (11198 posts) - - Show Bio

Unquantifable equals nothing.

Thor can't lift anything.

Avatar image for aka_aka_aka_ak
#7 Posted by Aka_aka_aka_ak (1758 posts) - - Show Bio

@rbt said:

Slightly above unquantifiable.

Avatar image for green_tea
#8 Posted by Green_Tea (9724 posts) - - Show Bio

McU Thor being planet level? Ummmmmmmmmmm no

Avatar image for DammeFavour
#9 Posted by DammeFavour (7515 posts) - - Show Bio

You guys do know the ship was providing the pull right? If thor was actually capable of moving the rings he wouldn't have needed more power from the ship

Avatar image for amcu
#10 Posted by Amcu (11198 posts) - - Show Bio

@DammeFavour: You do know you can't move something you are standing on without telekinesis or flight.

Avatar image for rukelnikovftw
#11 Posted by RukelnikovFTW (4895 posts) - - Show Bio

You guys do know the ship was providing the pull right? If thor was actually capable of moving the rings he wouldn't have needed more power from the ship

What is this "third law" I keep hearing about??

Avatar image for thebestofthebest
#12 Posted by ThEBeStOfTheBeST (7639 posts) - - Show Bio

5.972 sextillion tons.

Avatar image for deltahuman
#13 Edited by deltahuman (3945 posts) - - Show Bio

The Gravity around a Neutron Star is astonishing and is unimaginable to human minds. Those rings surrounding the Neutron Star were much larger in diameter than the star itself.

If you take into account the diameter of a typical neutron star, the rings would be like several hundred or thousand kilometres in circumference.

With all that taken into account, they would weigh several sextillion tonnes.

With that kind of strength, Thor would be able to bust moons easily. By scaling that makes Thanos a causal planet buster and Spiderman, Iron Man and Drax at least planet level since they were able to stagger Thanos.

Captain America should be at least moon level to hold back Thanos momentarily. Scarlet Witch is at least planet level. That makes Proxima and Corvus at least multi continent level and that makes Black Widow at least continent level. Falcon is at least continent level too. And Nick Fury is small country level by scaling.

The greatest strength feat however is of the Cloak of Levitation. Thanos had to use all his strength to overpower it. It's at least planet level too.

Hope that was helpful.

Avatar image for transformaa
#14 Posted by Transformaa (1071 posts) - - Show Bio

πŸ‘†πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘πŸ‘ lol

Avatar image for lan_fan
#15 Posted by Lan_Fan (4145 posts) - - Show Bio

Don't know, it was in space.

Avatar image for gateofbabylon
#16 Posted by GateOfBabylon (2508 posts) - - Show Bio

@rbt said:

Slightly above unquantifiable.

Avatar image for jameswayne
#17 Posted by JamesWayne (858 posts) - - Show Bio

@deltahuman: finally! A voice of reason. These mcu vs threads are flooding the vine and it’s all so pointles

Avatar image for madcrusher
#18 Posted by madcrusher (274 posts) - - Show Bio

The Gravity around a Neutron Star is astonishing and is unimaginable to human minds. Those rings surrounding the Neutron Star were much larger in diameter than the star itself.

If you take into account the diameter of a typical neutron star, the rings would be like several hundred or thousand kilometres in circumference.

With all that taken into account, they would weigh several sextillion tonnes.

With that kind of strength, Thor would be able to bust moons easily. By scaling that makes Thanos a causal planet buster and Spiderman, Iron Man and Drax at least planet level since they were able to stagger Thanos.

Captain America should be at least moon level to hold back Thanos momentarily. Scarlet Witch is at least planet level. That makes Proxima and Corvus at least multi continent level and that makes Black Widow at least continent level. Falcon is at least continent level too. And Nick Fury is small country level by scaling.

The greatest strength feat however is of the Cloak of Levitation. Thanos had to use all his strength to overpower it. It's at least planet level too.

Hope that was helpful.

great breakdown.

Avatar image for plotweapon16255
#19 Edited by plotweapon16255 (4703 posts) - - Show Bio
Avatar image for deltahuman
#20 Posted by deltahuman (3945 posts) - - Show Bio

@jameswayne:

I wouldn't say they are entirely pointless. I mean they are a huge source of entertainment, specially threads like this.

People can't recognize the difference between an outlier and a quantifiable feat and will remain hung up on them.

Avatar image for deltahuman
#21 Posted by deltahuman (3945 posts) - - Show Bio
Avatar image for thunderprince
#22 Posted by ThunderPrince (5755 posts) - - Show Bio

100,000+ tons.

Avatar image for apex_pretador
#23 Posted by APEX_pretador (18621 posts) - - Show Bio

A lot, lot, lot more than 29 tons

Avatar image for jayc1324
#24 Posted by jayc1324 (25318 posts) - - Show Bio

Rings were definitely millions of tons

Avatar image for jayc1324
#25 Posted by jayc1324 (25318 posts) - - Show Bio

@jameswayne:

I wouldn't say they are entirely pointless. I mean they are a huge source of entertainment, specially threads like this.

People can't recognize the difference between an outlier and a quantifiable feat and will remain hung up on them.

I don't think the ring feat is an outlier

Avatar image for geraltsopinion
#26 Posted by GeraltsOpinion (312 posts) - - Show Bio

He's really strong

Avatar image for deltahuman
#27 Posted by deltahuman (3945 posts) - - Show Bio

@jayc1324:

Please enlighten us how the ring feat is not an outlier.

Avatar image for jayc1324
#28 Posted by jayc1324 (25318 posts) - - Show Bio

@jayc1324:

Please enlighten us how the ring feat is not an outlier.

It's his first strength feat after his upgrade in Ragnarok, and there is nothing that says that isn't his normal strength now.

Avatar image for farkam
#29 Posted by Farkam (11740 posts) - - Show Bio

The Gravity around a Neutron Star is astonishing and is unimaginable to human minds. Those rings surrounding the Neutron Star were much larger in diameter than the star itself.

If you take into account the diameter of a typical neutron star, the rings would be like several hundred or thousand kilometres in circumference.

With all that taken into account, they would weigh several sextillion tonnes.

With that kind of strength, Thor would be able to bust moons easily. By scaling that makes Thanos a causal planet buster and Spiderman, Iron Man and Drax at least planet level since they were able to stagger Thanos.

Captain America should be at least moon level to hold back Thanos momentarily. Scarlet Witch is at least planet level. That makes Proxima and Corvus at least multi continent level and that makes Black Widow at least continent level. Falcon is at least continent level too. And Nick Fury is small country level by scaling.

The greatest strength feat however is of the Cloak of Levitation. Thanos had to use all his strength to overpower it. It's at least planet level too.

Hope that was helpful.

luls

Avatar image for amcu
#30 Posted by Amcu (11198 posts) - - Show Bio

Someone made a good point that Thor dropped when he jumped off of Rocket's ship. Gravity may not have been perfectly normal but it should be close enough.

Avatar image for darkpsychiclord_prime
#31 Posted by DarkPsychicLord_Prime (2563 posts) - - Show Bio

In the million tons range

Avatar image for angeljax
#32 Posted by AngelJax (9590 posts) - - Show Bio

The feat makes no sense at all, so Thor's limits are hard to gauge.

Online
Avatar image for macleen
#33 Posted by macleen (2449 posts) - - Show Bio

@amcu said:

Someone made a good point that Thor dropped when he jumped off of Rocket's ship. Gravity may not have been perfectly normal but it should be close enough.

Yeah, he was also shouting in space. I doubt the creators had that in mind

Online
Avatar image for supremegeneration
#34 Posted by SupremeGeneration (8478 posts) - - Show Bio

Just because something is unquantifiable doesn't mean it's not impressive.

Online
Avatar image for thor_parker82
#35 Posted by Thor_Parker82 (14703 posts) - - Show Bio

Thousands of tons

Avatar image for gaoron
#36 Posted by Gaoron (5835 posts) - - Show Bio

More than some building certain someone lifted.

Avatar image for the_living_tribunal_24
#37 Posted by The_living_tribunal_24 (4079 posts) - - Show Bio

"Star level" tons

Avatar image for bruceveidt
#38 Posted by BruceVeidt (3475 posts) - - Show Bio

muh lightning cloak level

Avatar image for huthimamwa
#39 Posted by huthimamwa (1814 posts) - - Show Bio

Stronger than DCEU Superman.

Online
Avatar image for emanresu_20
#40 Posted by Emanresu_20 (1279 posts) - - Show Bio

Does it bug anyone else that’s author has more strength feats than the Hulk?

Avatar image for deltahuman
#41 Posted by deltahuman (3945 posts) - - Show Bio

@jayc1324:

Hold on, So you mean to say Thor can lift several quadrillion tonnes now? LMAO.

Ok simple question, if he has the strength to lift a even a million tonnes, let alone a quadrillion, then how come he didn't flick Thanos with his pinky and one shot him.

Avatar image for jayc1324
#42 Edited by jayc1324 (25318 posts) - - Show Bio

@deltahuman said:

@jayc1324:

Hold on, So you mean to say Thor can lift several quadrillion tonnes now? LMAO.

Ok simple question, if he has the strength to lift a even a million tonnes, let alone a quadrillion, then how come he didn't flick Thanos with his pinky and one shot him.

He can lift millions of tons. That's what his feat says.

And Thanos is stronger than him, clearly. That's what Thanos' feat of overpowering him says. What is the issue here? If you watched the movie you'd know, because they make it clear that Thanos is stronger and more powerful than Thor.

Avatar image for soaringturkeys
#43 Posted by soaringturkeys (2401 posts) - - Show Bio

The Gravity around a Neutron Star is astonishing and is unimaginable to human minds. Those rings surrounding the Neutron Star were much larger in diameter than the star itself.

If you take into account the diameter of a typical neutron star, the rings would be like several hundred or thousand kilometres in circumference.

With all that taken into account, they would weigh several sextillion tonnes.

With that kind of strength, Thor would be able to bust moons easily. By scaling that makes Thanos a causal planet buster and Spiderman, Iron Man and Drax at least planet level since they were able to stagger Thanos.

Captain America should be at least moon level to hold back Thanos momentarily. Scarlet Witch is at least planet level. That makes Proxima and Corvus at least multi continent level and that makes Black Widow at least continent level. Falcon is at least continent level too. And Nick Fury is small country level by scaling.

The greatest strength feat however is of the Cloak of Levitation. Thanos had to use all his strength to overpower it. It's at least planet level too.

Hope that was helpful.

Best thing i've read.

Avatar image for deltahuman
#44 Edited by deltahuman (3945 posts) - - Show Bio

@jayc1324:

So that feat is fully legit according to you and Thor therefore should have the strength to lift a quadrillion tonnes. Okay. Now, it's obvious he hit Thanos with all his strength. We even saw Thor hitting him once and Thanos didn't even flinch. So that means Thanos's durability and strength is even greater than what Thor can do. That makes him at least planetary. Hulk is also at least planetary to fight Thanos like that. Fine until here.

Now how come Spiderman and Drax were staggering Thanos if he has planetary level strength and durability. How come he had to use all his strength to overpower the Cloak of Levitation. How come Dr Strange managed to restrain him with energy whips. How come Captain America managed to hold him back for several moments. How come Cap and all the others on Titan and Wakanda weren't squashed to jelly when some of them took full powered punches from Thanos. How come Scarlet Witch was able to overpower Thanos with planetary strength and yet she struggled with Proxima. Also in Ragnarok, Thor could've just thrown Hela to space and one shotted Surtur with that kind of strength. Did he forget his abilities inspite of his people and planet being in mortal danger.

If you want to evaluate that ring feat with full scientific accuracy regarding the weight then why only weight. Every other aspect of the neutron star should also be fully scientifically accurate like it's magnetic field. How come rocket was able to survive near a neutron star. How come a spaceship was able to operate near a neutron star. Are you implying that the small spaceship that rocket operated has the power to drag a planet with it.

If you want to evaluate that feat with full scientific accuracy, it opens a pandora's box of associated questions that I have the full liberty to ask but which you won't be able to answer at all.

Avatar image for jayc1324
#45 Posted by jayc1324 (25318 posts) - - Show Bio

@deltahuman: Literally any good feat can be deconstructed and made to look weird with real world logic. But it is a comic book movie, everyone is nerfed when they fight Cap due to Russo force too. There's also always the fact that Thanos is never going 100% all out and doesnt really want to kill anyone on Titan, just get the stone.

Avatar image for deltahuman
#46 Edited by deltahuman (3945 posts) - - Show Bio

@jayc1324:

So What you essentially mean to say is, Only Thor should have this high end feat of being able to lift a quadrillion tonnes because you want him to but not the other characters even if they are entitled to, because that would make Thor's feat an outlier.

Would you be similarly willing to accept that DCEU Superman can shift tectonic plates which would also be a quadrillion ton feat and causally tank a 300 decibel sound wave which would be like tanking the Karakatoa volcanic explosion at point blank which had energy equal to thousands of nuclear bombs. Would you be willing to accept that DCEU Superman is planetary like Cyborg calculated him to be because he tanked being revived by a mother box. All these feats are canon in the DCEU, because they are performed on screen or stated to have happened. Would you be willing to accept these even though these feats are huge outliers?

Avatar image for anthp2000
#47 Posted by ANTHP2000 (15848 posts) - - Show Bio

Depends on your headcanon.

Online
Avatar image for miraclecomeback
#48 Posted by MiracleComeBack (1995 posts) - - Show Bio

weaker than dceu wonder woman

Avatar image for jevon101
#49 Posted by jevon101 (132 posts) - - Show Bio

@deltahuman: The moon is roughly the same area as Eurasia so multi-continent level is the same thing as moon level or if anything the moon would be smaller than any 2 continents.

Avatar image for deltahuman
#50 Edited by deltahuman (3945 posts) - - Show Bio

@jevon101:

Except we're not just talking about surface area here. The continents are mostly combinations of a few tectonic plates or may be even a whole plate. It's just a chunk of the surface of earth.

The moon is a spherical object having not just the surface but the mantle and core as well. That makes the moon much larger than a continent or two by mass.