No worries, m8. I gotchu
This is why it weakens him and why Hulk ends up knocking him out.
I knew it hampered his ability as you can clearly see in the movie his lightning was greatly restricted, but his stats being restricted and more believable to be on a more even playing field is a nice touch and that helps further' MCU's Thor's case then.
It was actually the other way around. Thor uses Surtur to defeat Hela because she's unstoppable while on Asgard, and it is Surtur's destiny to destroy it - he won't die until that happens.
Correct, I misremembered that part, but the point remains though. Surtur did die from what we could say is a large planet level explosion. How does that connect Thor who couldn't defeat Hela; also died from large planet level explosion, to being a universal threat or even a multi-galaxy level thread?
I mean let me put it this way, we saw Asgard explode and from that explosion the universe itself didn't seem all that affected by it other than its disappearance. What were the after affects of Asgard exploding?
But yeah I'll say consistency problems exist for any Marvel property.
Most are, which is why I always try to find the middle ground in anything. Regardless, I don't think you're a troll you at least put forth the effort for solidify your reason and when we're done even I may or may not agree depending on the answers and where we find common ground, but I at least want to thank you for explaining it in detail.
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