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Subj: Totally agree
Posted: Wed Jan 11, 2012 at 01:47:58 pm EST (Viewed 171 times)
Reply Subj: Basic power sets that "Thor" should posses without (Mjolnir)
Posted: Wed Jan 11, 2012 at 11:40:47 am EST (Viewed 318 times)

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Being the son of (Gaea), I believe that (Thor) should posses the following power sets that should not come from "Mjolnr".

Gaea's Powers

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Gaea possesses great mystical powers of an undefined nature. Gaea can use any number of natural or magical effects as they pertain to the Earth itself.

(This should be Mjolnirs department)

Spiritual Energy Absorption: She can draw on the spiritual energies of all of Earth’s living beings since all of these beings share part of her life essence.
(None of this for Thor)

Nature Control: She can command the forces of nature on Earth, such as storms and volcanic activity.
(Thor should have this power without the use of his hammer, lightning should always be at his command.)

Earth Bond: Although Gaea’s powers may seem similar to many of those of the living planet, Ego, Gaea and Ego are actually two very different kinds of beings. Ego is a planet that has acquired sentience, whereas Gaea is a goddess who has infused her life essence into the living beings of her planet.
(IMHO, when he's on earth "Thor" should be able to draw strength b/c his mother's life essence is fused with the planet, and this should be only done on rare occasions when the planet is under attack from powerful beings!)

Curative Healing: Gaea is known to have great powers to heal injured living beings and to cause living beings to grow.
(This is basically having a strong healing factor, so I would say yes to this and since his mother is immortal I honestly don't see why he shouldn't be also!)

Telekinesis: She has considerable telekinetic power and can even levitate Thor’s hammer, which few beings can lift through non-mechanical means.
(To some degree he should have this power, but not on a level like "Jean Grey".)

Mystic Patron: Gaea can also bestow mystical power upon sorcerers who know how to call upon her for it.
(None of this for him, until he becomes a skyfather again)

Creative Force: Gaea is the embodiment of the spirit of life, growth, harvest, and renewal on Earth.

(None of this for him, until he becomes a skyfather again)

Thor, being half Earth-god, should not be eating an apple to keep his immortality like a typical asgardian. This is the thing that always have me scratching my head. Thor is a hybrid god, but his whole physiology is all asgardian. The only difference between him and his countrymen is that he is so much stronger, that's it! He has same durability, same anti-Earthly disease, and many others. So what gives?? The same attribute...3x denser than normal humans, but an average asgardian is easily killed by gunfire and other concussive explosive? I want Marvel to fix this in their (pretty lame) Marvel Universe handbook when it comes to Thor and other Asgardians.

Give Thor his due! Give him half of his mothers powers like he suppose to have! I have to tell you, Thor is powerful, but he's pretty "weak" compare to other children of super beings. Example: The children of Reed and Sue, Franklin and daughter (what's her name?), she's insanely smart and we know Franklin is probably near omni-potent! Hulk's son, Skarr, he has most of the Hulk's strength, but has practically his mother's "old power" that has him drawing power from the Earth itself (Gaea should have something to say about this). Now Thor, son of Gaea and Odin, he's pretty powerful, but he should be way way much more. He's the son of elder gods! It does not give Thor justice for what he should possess! Skarr is probably able to hold his own against Thor. Franklin, heh...we know he still possess his powers. He's hiding it from his parents, but he's insanely powerful! and the daughter...she's so smart, she can probably come up with something easily to defeat Thor.

So tell me all, don't you think Marvel should give Thor is due? I think so.

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