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markronimus

In Reply To
Vartha1

Subj: They're trying a little too hard to mirror the dynamics of the film
Posted: Tue Feb 15, 2011 at 12:13:19 pm EST (Viewed 10 times)
Reply Subj: Re: How open are you about gods suddenly displaying unheard of powers? What limits should there be?
Posted: Tue Feb 15, 2011 at 11:56:06 am EST (Viewed 187 times)

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It doesn't Bother so much that Thor resurrected Odin and Loki easier than it would have been for Odin Since Thor is SUPPOSED to be more powerful than Odin, which has been over looked.
What bother's me is Thor hasn't been Treated with THAT respect since he's been back. He's been treated more like a Thor that wasn't holding back his strength and nothing about the wisdom he gained as RUNE THOR.

The argument in 619 brings up good points from both Odin and Thor, but to be honest what Odin would have done could be the reason he could never achieve what Thor did which is why Thor Broke the Ragnarok cycle.
The problem with THOR tho is it's his NATURE to have confrontation, he's the God of Thunder, a Warrior born he NEEDS confrontation.
Odin STILL thinks in the old ways unwilling to do new things, though he has the grounding needed to see things Thor can't yet.


Each god is different to me. I'm sure each can do the same things if it's close enough to their nature tho they have their best aspects and use those the most.
For example Thor is also a fertility god and son of Jord, I'm sure because of that he has a bit more "understanding" of giving life than Odin since that is his nature.

The whole thing seems a bit forced.

While I like the depiction of Odin, I am certainly not a fan of how Thor is drawn. Looks like an idiot born.


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