Thor

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Thor is the Norse God of Storms and Strength, the son of Odin and generally one of the most important figures in the Nordic pantheon - certainly their most famous and recognizable mythological figure to the average person. He has been a recurring deity in many editions of Dungeons & Dragons, but is also relevant to those interested in superhero RPGs like Mutants & Masterminds, as he was adapted into a comic book superhero by Marvel Comics - which means he also has a direct RPG conversion, due to the Marvel Super Heroes RPG. Also of interest is the fact that Thor was originally depicted as red-haired, including the beard; the popularity of his Marvel incarnation gave rise to a notable increase in blonde depictions outside the MCU.

D&D[edit]

Thor
Hammer
Alignment Chaotic Good
Divine Rank 2E: Intermediate God
3E: Greater God
Pantheon Norse
Portfolio Storms, Thunder, War
Domains 3E: Chaos, Good, Protection, Strength, War, Weather
5E: Tempest, War
Home Plane Asgard (Ysgard)
Worshippers Vikings
Favoured Weapon Mjolnir (Warammer)


The Historical Deities of Dungeons and Dragons
Leader(s) Others
Anglo-Saxon: Nerthus Eostre - Hred - Ing - Mannus - Thunor - Tir - Woden
Aztec: Ometeotl Camazotz - Chalchihuitlicue - Chitza-Atlan - Cihuacoatl - Coatlicue
Huhueteotl - Huitzilopochtli - Hurakon - Mictlantecuhtli - Quetzalcoatl
Tezcatlipoca - Tlaloc - Tlazoteotl - Tonatiuh - Xipetotec
Babylonian: Anu Anshar - Druaga - Girru - Ishtar - Marduk - Nergal - Ramman
Celtic: The Daghdha Arawn - Belenus - Brigantia - Cernunnos - Diancecht - Dunatis - Goibhniu - Lugh
Manannan mac Lir - Math Mathonwy - Morrigan - Nuada - Oghma - Silvanus
Chinese: Shang-ti Chih-Nii - Chung Kuel - Fu Hsing - K'ung Fu-tzu - Kuan Yin - Kuan-ti
Lao Tzu - Lei Kung - Liu - Lu Hsing - Lu Yueh - Shou Hsing
Sung Chiang - Tou Mu - Yen-Wang-Yeh
Egyptian: Re-Horakhty Anubis - Anhur - Apshai - Apep - Bast - Bes - Geb - Hathor - Imhotep - Isis
Nephthys - Nut - Osiris - Ptah - Seker - Set - Shu - Sobek - Tefnut - Thoth
Finnish: Ukko Ahto - Hiisi - Ilmatar - Loviatar - Mielikki - Surma - Tuonetar - Tuoni - Untamo
Greek: Zeus Aphrodite - Apollo - Ares - Artemis - Athena - Cronus - Demeter - Dionysus
The Furies - Gaea - Hades - Hecate - Hephaestus - Hera - Hercules
Hermes - Hestia - Nike - Pan - Poseidon - Rhea - Tyche - Uranus
Indian: Brahman Agni - Brihaspati - Kali - Indra - Karttikeya - Lakshmi - Mitra - Puchan - Ratri
Rudra - Savitri - Siva - Soma - Tvashtri - Ushas - Varuna - Vayu - Vishnu - Yama
Japanese: Izanagi & Izanami Amaterasu - Ama-Tsu-Mara - Amatsu-Mikaboshi - Hachiman - Ho Masubi
Inari - Kishijoten - Kura Okami - Nai No Kami - O-Kuni-Nushi - O-Wata-Tsu-Mi
Raiden - Shichifukujin - Shina-Tsu-Hiko - Susanoo - Tsuki-Yomi
Norse: Odin Aegir - Balder - Bragi - Forseti - Frey - Freya - Frigga - Heimdall
Hel - Hermod - Idun - Loki - Magni - Modi - Njord - Odur - Sif - Skadi
Surtr - Thor - Thrym - Tyr - Uller - Vidar
Sumerian: Enlil Inanna - Ki - Nanna-Sin - Nin-Hursag - Utu

Marvel Comics[edit]

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In the Marvel multiverse, Thor is the son of Odin, the king of the Asgardian gods, and Gaea, the goddess of earth. He fights many foes both in the mystical realms beyond Earth and upon Earth itself, and was a founding member of the Avengers.