Subj: Re: This is not impressive. Thor once carved a temporary hammer out of a slab of uru using only his finger.Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2021 at 05:23:58 pm EST (Viewed 176 times)
Reply Subj: This is not impressive. Thor once carved a temporary hammer out of a slab of uru using only his finger.
Posted: Tue Dec 28, 2021 at 03:10:15 pm EST (Viewed 245 times)
The Destroyer armor is made of Uru. And Uru, no doubt, is very durable, but nowhere near as durable as Adamantium or Vibranium. What makes Uru strong enough to rival Adamantium or Vibranium (I said rival, not tougher), is it's ability to soak enchantment, and it gets a lot more durable once enchanted, like Mjolnir. There was also a description in the Marvel database where Thor lends some of his magic to make Mjolnir even more durable.
In Avengers 51, Thor was seen punching an empty Destroyer Armor, and he was making dents on it, while at the same time, his hands were noticeably bleeding. This particular Destroyer armor may or may not be enchanted, since it is being used as a mere training equipment. But an inanimate Destroyer armor, being used as a punching bag, is without question, not as durable as a Destroyer armor being inhabited by Odin's spirit. Considering Thor has carved uru to make a makeshift hammer with only his finger, making a few dents on uru is not an impressive feat.
Didn;t the Marvel handbook at one tine state Destroyer was made up from Uri metal, enchanted by Odin to be even more durable then normally?