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Subj: Re: Odin vs the Phoenix Force...
Posted: Thu Oct 07, 2021 at 02:54:06 pm EDT (Viewed 129 times)
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Posted: Thu Oct 07, 2021 at 12:44:09 pm EDT (Viewed 133 times)

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    Odin Force is strong but it is not that much when compared to the universe altering, space-time messing powers of The Phoenix.

Not what we saw recently. An Odin Powered Thor beat Galactus far easier than the Phoenix ever did.

Also, Odin put the God Storm inside Mjolnir as an attack against the Phoenix... an attack that proved effective.

    Plus the Odin Force has to be recharged and not a good enough tool for a long or an on par battle, unlike the Phoenix Force which could go on and on…. It is the sum of all life in the Universe, after all.

You have a point on stamina, BUT this part of the Phoenix Force is just a hyperbole. Galactus and the Phoenix are portrayed as peers, even when he's not fully fed.

The Phoenix Force, Rachel Summers fought Galactus with a part of the Phoenix Force power, Galactus and the Celestials are relatively the same power level and Odin couldn't effect the Celestials with the Destroyer armor. The Phoenix Force is in fact the embodiment of all lives in the Multiverse, so only Jean Grey in the White Hot Room as the Phoenix of the White Crown has ever been observed with it's full potential, even Rachel vs Galactus was only a small sample of it's true power. So while the Odinforce is powerful the Phoenix Force is multiverse and fundamental, it is just hampered by the host and the tie to the M'Krann Crystal, it is a Nexus of the Multiverse so the closer the Phoenix host is the more Multiverse level they become.

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