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Subj: Thor can potentially win all of these...
Posted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 at 11:38:12 pm EST (Viewed 46 times)
Reply Subj: Mjolnir without the power of thor?
Posted: Sat Dec 26, 2009 at 02:59:42 pm EST (Viewed 110 times)
Quote:Lets drop Thor's strength and duribility down to that of Conan's. He still gets to use Mjolnir as well as he usually does. It is simply the strength and duribility of a god that he is denied.
You state Thor uses Mjolnir as well as he usually does, but assuming he knows his physical powers are reduced I would assume he would start relying on using the hammer's powers more. He usually does not because he is physically powerful enough to take on most threats, but he has enough sense to use the hammers powers when need be.
Quote:Thor w/o his Strength & Duribility
Quote:vs [not a gauntlet]
Quote:1. Green Lantern [Kyle]
Kyle has a good chance if he acts fast enough, but I see Thor quickly figuring out how to absorb the ring's energy. Thor 5/10.
Magneto if he acts fast enough. Otherwise Thor uses Mjolnir's em powers to beat him.
Hercules is tough enough to power through most energy attacks Thor hits him with to get close enough and take him out. Thor's only hope is a tornado to pick Herc up and keep him at bay for the energy attacks to finish him.
Iron Man's combination of abilities I would say take the majority unless he can't handle some of the more powerful attacks.
Same as Herc, but due to lesser durability goes down easier.
Thor can win many of these. He demonstrated great fighting skills as a depowered mortal before and can summon a storm to knock Wolverine out.
Quote:7. Dr. Strange
Strange is human. If he acts fast enough he wins. Otherwise I think Mjonlir can nullify most magic and one punch takes him out.
Quote:10. Thor [with all his strength and duribility but no Mjolnir]
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