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Subj: Re: You've got to be kidding me here right?
Posted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 at 08:03:17 pm EDT (Viewed 98 times)
Reply Subj: Re: You've got to be kidding me here right?
Posted: Mon Mar 16, 2009 at 03:51:41 pm EDT (Viewed 2 times)


      I'm so hoping you would initiate it.

    You'd be in for one hell of a surprise.

      Let's talk about the Enchanters for a minute and try to agree on their ballpark power level. We KNOW Forsung was below Odin level power. But as far as i can tell, there is no indication (as you suggest) that there is a difference in power between Forsung, Magnir and Brona.

    Since a TERRIBLY weakened Odin defeated Brona with one shot, we know that the power level required to bypass Mjolnir's enchantment is nowhere near Odin's. Your argument doesn't help your case.

      The battles were a stalemate or they favored Thor because Mephisto could not bend Thor to his will.

    The battle in Thor Annual #10 favored Mephisto. Thor pretty much admitted he couldn't beat him, regardless of what previous battles (and weaker portrayals of Mephisto) indicated.

      I would then say the Enchanters were above Zeus and Hela in power.

    Well, Forsung is actually a resident of Hela's realm, and bows to her will.

      Also, Hela has never even managed to stop Mjolnir.

    Yes, she did. In Son of Asgard, she stopped it and sent it back at a young Thor.

Ball is in your court.

We KNOW the mystic power level required to bypass Mjolnir's enchantment is below Odin. No other form of energy has ever broken the enchantment.

And Mephisto could never beat Thor...EVER. Even after he was mentally exhausted and saddened over the loss of his father and even after a grueling fight with Ulik, Mephisto still couldn't beat Thor. Else he would be serving Mephisto right now.

You're not Mephisto in disguise are you? Quite clever.

Well isn't everyone who was evil and died (didn't go to Valhalla) become a resident of one of the death gods and now serve their will? Come on now.

Son of Asgard issue number? Even so, that was when he was a boy and his connection to Mjolnir was in its infancy. In 616 Thor it has never happened and they have battled several times.

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